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JOHN E OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, SATURDAY, JUNH 28, 18T3.
OFFICIAL PAPER 0F.CITF AUD OODltTl.
salt every pa;.
CHRISTIAN CIIURCH-Eirttcenth street
betweea Washington Bad Walnut.
Meeting every Sunday at 101 ni,, and S
Hunday tchool at 3 p. n.
Vnytt meeting Wednesday, evoulnx,
PUKHNYTKRI AM BfeBtfc Mraat.
ITekcfalWf, Bab-bath at 1M .. uid 71 p.m
rriTriMtttTff, waaatsaay at p. n.
perlatearfeat. Kv. II. Thayk, Par
M RTUODBT. Oar. ElxbU and Walnut Ate.
mMMI, BUMU Bl IV ... BW1 I f. B
Prayer BMetiac, Wednesday, 74 p.m.
Hab&ata School .p.. I- W. BtiUweD,
Duperlateadeat. Kav. T. L. Thokmou,
cmmcH or rut Mawqui(pico.
liorota prayer. Sabbath V a.m.
KveBlnjc prayer, 7) p.w.
Sabbat School, Bbjb.
lUv. K. Coan, (lector.
bT. 1'ATSICK'S CHUKCU-NUth St. and
Public service, Sabbath 8J0 Mid 101 a.m.
Ycwer. 7 P.m.
Sabbath School. 2 p.m.
Service every day, 8 i
, 8 a.m.
IlV. I . w. U J
nT. JOSKPU'S CUURCH.-(GennaB,i cor
ner ol Walnut and Crow iireou.
Blew, ever)' Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. m.
Vesper, 2 p. m.
Mail durlua week dart, 8 o'clock a. m.
Htv. 0. HorniAN, Print.
treot between Washington Avenue and
Preaching Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
Sabbath School at 3 o'clock p. H.
llav. c. ruKMaoHNKU, l'artor.
VOUNtt MICH'S tiUK18TIAM ASSOCIA
TION. llegular meeting eeeond Monday
each month at their room over Hockwell
Uo'a book tore, Commtretal avenue.
Weekly fray er meeting, rrlday, It P-- t
L. W. 8TUXWSLL, rreildent.
SECOND MISSIONARY BAPTIST
CHUBClL Corner Syeamore and Kortjr
firrt street, Preaching Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. m.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. m.
The church la connected with the Illinois
AssoelstloB, by the Klnt Missionary Bap
tist Church bt Cairo. .
Kav. Solomon Lbonabd, Pastor.
AF111CAN MBTHODIST. Fourteenth, be
tween Walnut and Cedar.
Service., Sabbath. 11 a.m.
Sabbath School, 1) p.m.
CUae meet at 8 p.m. .
BKCOND FREE WILL BAPTIST -Flf-teenth
Street, between Walnut and Cedar.
Borvicee Sabbath. It and 8 p. m.
Bbv. M. Rice, Paetor.
rnEE will baptist home mission
SABBATH SCHOOI Corner Walnut
and Cedar Street. ,
Sabbath School. 9 a.m.
FIRST FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH
Service, Sabbath 11 a.s.. 8 p.m. A 7J p. m.
Bit. Wm. Kjuxbt, Paetor.
FIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth St.
Preaching Sabbath, 10 a,, and 74 p.m.
MbbatSahool, li pjSt''ohn VaaBaxter
ad Mary SUphene, Superintendent.
SbyTt. f. smojuam, Pastor.
SECOND BAPTIST CHUSCBVFowteeiiUi
Street, between Cedar and Walnut. The
only Baptiit church recognised by the A
eoctatton. Berriee, Babbath, U a.m. S p.m. and 7 p.m.
Rrv. Jacob Bbaolby, Elder.
THE MASONS. J
CAIRO COMMANDERYt No. MSUted
AaMmbly at the AylumMaonlc Hall, lint
and third Monday In each month.
CAIRO COUNCIL; No.aej-Hegular Conyo
caUonatMaaonlo HaU, the eecend Friday
In aadl month.
taxOoaunnMttou at Maaonle Hall, Qte
aeooad aad fourth Monday of eaok month.
TIM ODD-FELLOWS.' nJJ
ALEXANDER LODGE, HrMeet in Odd
FeUowV Hall, la Art ra building, evry
Tbanday evening at 8 o'clock. '
(lovsreor John L. Beverldge.
Seeretary of 8UteeorgeII. Harlow.
Auditor ir StaW-C. E. Llpplncott.
SUU TrMurr Cwpcr Uuw.
AU4nu!y-OBeraJ JaJB"! K- LdaU.
iliPltblle laetrucUoa-Newton BaUman
- SeBatora-Ulcbard J. Ogletby and John A.
''IGpmentAtlve Eighteenth DUtrict Icc
MEMBERS OESWAL ASSEMBLY.
BepreaeataUvei In the Mth dlitrict..
John U. Oberiy, Wm. A. Lemma and Math
aw J. Imcore.
Senator for the 50th dlatrlct. Jewe Ware.
Judge D. J. Baker, or Alexander.
State' Attorney Patrick 11. Pope.
Clerk R. 8. Yocum.
inert A. H. Inrln. .
Wm. Martin Aawaior and Treaaurar.
AeUU-J. E. McCrlt and 8. Marehll-
Coroner John U. Qomaaa.
Mayer jean rrooa. .
Tteaeurar R. A. Cunningham.
ComptroUer K. H. rain.
Attoraer-U. WaUoa Weob.
PoUea MacMratet-r. Brow and
Manhalaad Chief of Police Wna. McHale.
Street ComBdatloaeN-D. J. Gaillgaa.
Health Oaleer W. Wooua.
Member PaMea Force A. Cala aareent,
F. WUtoaPhllUp Helm, Cha. Meaner
. bab or itsaWHt,
Ftret ward -Hiram Rixby and J. M.
Heoead ward Herman Meyer and Wood
Third ward-John McEwd and F. Kort
"Four wrd-J. F. NtUU and M. J.
MFlWaWe. H. RoMaaoa and Wm.
n rnNTR ACTORS.
daeeeaaU mill be received by the
beard ef idueatlon" of Ue elty of Cairo,
far maiag the aeaoot building, epraer ol
NlaeteeiitVaad.WalautitreiU, aad putUng
a fevadatiM aad additional ctory under the
aaaa. Tfca arknU- In ha Untitled. PlBted.
etilaaeeefdaaM with plan aad epeoiaea
Uoae waUh eMla eea la my oHoe. M
1 rWiiiaTjiHraiaari f,ret
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin,
IN, THE WALWOltTII
THE i'OUNG MAN SAID
IN THE HEAD.
OUTRAGEOUS ' LETTERS ROM
THE IIUSUAKD TO HIS WIFE.
A STRANGE CASE IN AN IN
OTHER OHIMXS AMD CRIMINALS
1IIC WALWORTH CASK.
New Yobk, June 37. mTi. Walworth
continued her teitlmony. (She laid when
Frank wa 7 or 8 year old he fell un the
hearth and fracturod hi tkull ; on two
occaiioni he received Injunoi ou a bale
ball ground, and complained of hi hoad
for iome month afterward. Thlclod
Mr. Walworth' ataniinatloa.
Other wltneiie wera examined but
nothing new wa elicited. A number o(
letter from doceaied to bl wife were
road by O'Conor, among tbern the follow
ing, which ha bn referred lo a the one
in which be excited Frank:
"Maw Yobk. 13. Ll.t.n to thM
terrible word. They will thow how
keenly and fiercely I feel the humiliation
of Reuben U. Walwurlb, and whal a
Scot, the dotcendaut or King .Hal.
colm, will do when alt had
been taken from him. Reuben II. Wal
worth alway hated me .from mv cradle :
he alway hated any on who wat high
piritd, and would apeak their thought,
lie alway liked cringing hypocrite like
mire Jlackua and Ularanea Walworth.
Although he law my ambitlou plrit, he
bated it became It would not toadv to
hli favorite Yankee, and hence from
my cradle he persecuted roe, and headed
me off In every punuit or (peculation. I
would not pleas him in anvthinv b.
came I would not whine to bim about hi
favoritle. Everything I ever wrunc
from him, even my pay in p ck wa
wrung from his. The only reaaon that
he did not omit my name from
hie will altogether, wa that
he reapected my talent and hoped 1
would writ hit life. I kuew nobody
would, but he haa ttung ma to madueat.
and broken up my family by placing me
in tn cumulating poaition or being under
a truitee, and that trustee my brother, who
hae neither ambition nor heart. From
hi grave he gloat and , Ha, ha I You
wore alway preud out by my will nave
put in your (Ida a thorn for life. You
i ave no dignity under it, and
ft will ttlnc you to your srav
The only one of my name who have any
d!gutyunderniy will areyouraon Frank
ana Traeey, wno win bear my name to
poiterity. Mow, Kllen Hardin, knowing
that I am helple under that I wlll,if you
will poraiit in trying;, year by year, to ate
how much of that truit property you can
get out ot me, by threat
of law, by personal blandlibment to my
truitee, or any other mean, if you doubt
and will not lea that I ought to have
(omething for my entire life, whether ha
intended me to or not, then mark what will
be tha finale of my vengeance
upon that dead eeoundrai dog, who ha
mad me o pitiable before men and be
fore you. I wM o help ma the demon
who wait upon the ptraecutod. proud
pirited and revengful I will, when
tripped by vou of my property,
ana you wean ii,u ieaat,piungo my aasger
Into Frank and Tracey'e heart, and out
off tba Walworth name forever. God
damn him I Ha hit elevated them and
degraded me. And joii gloat over it. I
have not one tingle, firm right under hie
will Thlt you believe, and thii hat ben
the cau of your datpliing and abandon
ing me.witb cold, calm purpote. You con
template my eventual beggary and humil
iation. I will kill your Boy and defeat
the damned acoundr) in bl grave, and
cut of hi damned name forever. Mow,
you Jutt persecute ma about that
property, and keep to! thorn alive in my
heart, by the eternal God I will kill them
aad you too. Mow, you hurt my property
any further, you God damned Infamoui
b b, I will gut your boy a wall at you.
The G-d d d dead villain ehant rob
me of wife and children and property.
If 1 can't have anything I'll have re-
Uod damn you 1 have loit at
ready everything which make life toler
Thl letter hai
U addrened to Mr.
no dgnalura and
Ellen H. Walworth,
A C0MFL1CATBP CAIK.
iHDtAKAroua, Indiana, June 27.
Thoma Longidale, a reildent of thli city
for leveral year, wa arretted last night
oa a requliltioa from tha governor for al
leged murder of Ool. Jno. Lllllard, In
Gallatin county, Kentucky, la 1868. The
reiult of a fud brought on by
the war of the ieotion. Mr. Longi
dale during tba war remaining a
Ualaa many and the other jolalag the Con
federal army. After tha ending of the
war, tba colonel, threateaed Longidale'
Ufa, and tha two mat at Wariaw, la that
county, on election day, with faUl reiult,
tha colonel being laitaatljr killed. Longi
dale ted to tbl tal. A reward of f 1,000
wuaferadfor hi arreeaad during the
prevlau gubernatorial administration,
event attempUto obUlareqaUltloa were
Btadr.udLoBgadala way brought before
JudgaHowlaadatl Vlaek JaBt nlgMoB
a writ of kafceaa aarsu, attaiaed by hi
attora.y. TkVOMrt fmad'aa retarn
pon the writ ihowlag by wfcM .m,,
oblaf af pelUe datakal, tka mtifmtr
awMlag halM arraBtaBam.a
WW aJy ka avaA h j a akariCaad amw
propar retera upoa tha writ, and declined
to hold a ptraea aaderboad until that
time, and Loagedale wee allowed
to go home during the night.
Uoa opealng of Mm coutt thl morning
fudgaHowlaadaalmilf, the proaecutioa
ware ready to make a return of the writ,
aad wa antwered oa part of the Ken
tucklaa by Attorney Foitir, that thy
wera ready, but the pritontr was not to
be found. Tha ceurt then aikod far the
writ 'and received In return that they did
aot know where it was, wborettpon a writ
of attachment wat ordered to be terved on
the chief of police to ihow cauie why be
hould not l arraigned for -contempt of
eourt. An hour later a bailiff made hi
apptarance with the llluatrloui
prisoner, the chief of police,
who submitted an nxeiua on awota aaUa.
vile, thechlef point of which wa tXafh"
It now advliod he had no power to make
the arrett, and that Longtdale' wa' not
now in hi custody. The petitioner for
the writ of babea cerpu alto filed affida
vit for It dlimiiial. The court held that
while he could take no action on the
habeas corpu, it having been dlimUied
by the petitioner, ttill it wa char that
the p roc n of tha court bad teen, inter
fered with, and there were Indication of
a collision, and ho would therefore Cno the
chief of police STj and cost.
Another question was ratted by
the Kentucklan'e attornoy, why the
petitioner had a rlkbt to thi summary
dlimiiial, but the court held differently,
and :laltned that he bad nothing further
to do with the buslhai'. The chief paid
hi On and expretiml ritgrel that the
court (hould have beld thero wa a collii-
jonira h. rone. (
St. Louis, June 37. Joseph 11. Fore,
who attempted to kill hie wife on the
treet, with a hatchet, on June 4, wat
brought before the cou.'t of criminal cor
rection for a preliminary examination to
day. He waived a hearing, and Judge
Oolvin placed bit bail at $3,000 and re
manded blm lo Jail till the bond It furnish
ed, or the grand jury tnke action in the
HAMPTON TBB ROBIlin,
Putsdubo, June 87. The caie of
Hampton, chargtd with the robbing of
the taf depoilt bank In tbli city, wa
brought up in the criminal court before
Judge Collier tbli morning, by U. H. dis
trict attornty ivieep. From pratent ap
pearance In cue will be continuod till
pt, and in meantime. Hampton will
probably b released.
MbwYobk, June 87. Ja. U. Drak
plead guilty in the court of general i ea
stern, to the charge of forgery, and was
eeatencedto 6 year' hard labor lb the
itat prison- There aro tbre other Indict
ment upon which tentence la impended.
to at xtAvaiD.
OiyciWATi, June a7. At Xenia, to
day, Wm. RIobMon wa convloted of the
murder of Fogwell, and sentenced to be
hanged Oct. 17 thl year. He perit in
asserting hi innocence.
Dovxr., Juno 27. O. Carpontar, nogro,
nttaced to be hanged to-day for at
tempted rape and burglary, bat obtalnod a
respite to Docomber 20.
Mew Uxdford, June 27: The great
fire In the wood which commenced on
Friday lait, on the Cape Uod dlvlilon of
tb Old Colony railroad, I Hill burning,
apparently unchecked. It ha (teadlly ad
vanced northeast from tho (tart at Welt
Wortham, and the front line of the fir
it now eight mile long. In Plymouth'
wood the right flank I on mil north of
Sandwich, or, leven mife In a direct Una
from the atartlng point. The (eft flank i
near South pond, fur mile south ot Ply
mouth, and eight milei from Weit Wor-
Anothtr hearing to-day In tb caie of
the Bank of England forger. Baron
Rothschild and Mr. Meld may of Daring
Brother, Wstifltd to th forgtry oi tbeir
ignatur. Th bank ha obtained a tem
porary Injunction restraining Bidwell
from nay action for t)ie recovery of tha
proceed of two United State bondi.
Loxdon, June 27. The election I pro
ceeding In Bath to-day for a member to
the bout of commons. Shop ar cloitd
and barrlctd ar eroded in th itreet.
Great exoltement prevalli.
Loxdon, June 27. The Dally Mew re
port th Ruulan coramiulon for tb de
velopment of commere In Ail, propo
an exUntiea of the Pathia and Tifllu
railroad to Baker, a Ruiiian town on the
wnt ihora of tba Osiplan aea.
WaHIoton, June 27. Tba poitmu
ter general to-day Istued an order author
Ulog tb employment of 30 additional
earrler at St. Louis, at talarlM of $BO0
per year; also dlieoatlnutag ptt-ofllc(t
at Oarondlt. Lowll, Mlllsprlng and
Cot Brilliant, and eitabllihlng pott-oBc
itationi at Morth and East St Louli. The
ordr go Into ffot Angutt 1.
CeLUMBiA, June 2J. Ia th, conttltu
lionl convwtlon it wa decided that it
wa unwls ror thcoBVntioa to, adjourn
K,Uleveaad. A' fMolujdoa wu adopted
for as adjdur,meat from, lo-morrcw till
WAHtvarcir. Jum' iT.-The t-rtUty
ol war he aat yrtjwfiialalai hU lavaath
gaUoa aerBUgth BUea4 akMaeUa
It dee au ro y imShmm.
lArhahM d Hli tM
ANOTHER MEETING OF HAH,.
HOAD MANAGERS AT
THE TURNERS' WtOOKBSlON
IN CINCINNATI YES
TERDAV. VICTOllIA WOODIIIILL AND COM
DKATII OF HIRAM POWERS, THE
SCULPTOR, AT FLORRMOR.
Cuicaqo, June 27. Another conference
of western railroad manager wa bald
here yeitrdy to contlder tho quonllon of
the abolition of th past ystra. It
appoar that th (Ignaturee to the agree
ment enttred Into at the meeting here on
the tiibject,' ware not all authorleod, and
that some of the provision in (he agree
ment are not endoricd by all the parlies
who signed thnir names to it. Alter a
long dlicusslon n now agreement, differing
somewhat from the original ono, wai sub
mitted, but It did not prove latlifnctory to
all concerned, to the matter It ttlll uniet
tied. Till TURNER"1.
Cincinnati, June 27, Thli morning
all lb Turner lociellet who bad arrived
look part In the Turnfeit. Thoy formed
la procession and marched through tho
principal treti of tho city, baetVIng
rank at Inwood park, whero, tbli after
noon and evenlng,,the programme of ex-
ercisee will I obiorved iu competlnr'
for various prlxei. In tbe proceition
were 80 carriages, at the head of which
wat one occupied by Gov. Mnyei, Mayor
Johnion and othen.
WOODUCLL A- CO. At'OUITTXI),
Nxw Yore. June 27. 'I he jury In the
Woodhull, Claflln and Dlood case, under
tbe initructloni of Judge lllatchtord, bavo
relurnod a verdict of not guilty. The
judge deulded that newtpapori were not
included, In obscene publication! In tlio
act of 1872, on which the Indictment
wai drawli. -
NOT A rKRJUHtk.
Nbw York, June 27. Kdwln S.
Garcia, consul irom Uruguay, wai dis
charged by U. S. Comtnliiioner Rett
to-day, on a charge of perjury, preferred
oy natnanlel McKay of boston, growing
out of a civil lull to recover money tor a
blp built for Mclvay for an Uruguayan
oompaay for which Mr, flarci waa agont,
. DEATH or HIRUAN row BBS.
New Yobk, June 27' A ipeclal to the
Herald, dated Florence, 37th, aey Hiram
Pewers, tb American sculptor, dlid at 7
thl a. m after allagorlnK IIIqcm,
Mbmi'HIm, June 27. It It showury to
day and tho weather unfavorable for the
cotton crop. Mine cholera lutermonti
to-day. Comparatively fw cases arn re
The flrit train on the Vaducah and
Memphis railroad, now openod to Coving
ton, 80 mtlei north of tbli city, will run
ever tho road to-day.
CltiCAao, June 27 A terrlblo accident
occurred near Farley, Iowa, on tbe Iowa
division of tbe Illinois Central railroad,
about midnight on the night of tbe 26th
Inst. A tba western bound freight train
entered a small cut going down a small
grade, a rail about ton feot In longth had
been displaced, and preclpllatod tho entire
train from th track with tuch
force as to hurl th freight cart
In th rear of th engine, on top and over
tbe englno, Instantly killing tbo engineer
and fireman, and completely wrecking
aevon can, i n bony ol Ueo. T. Wilson,
tbe engloeor, wai horribly mutilated, as
wai also that of Reese Anderrto, tbe fire
man. An examination provod beyond
doubt that the rail bad been purpoaoly ro-
movod by lomn tcoundrel.
TRUCK BT LtOIITNINU.
TlTU VILLI, Pa., June 27. Tbe aplro
of th German Lutboranchuch wa itruck
by lightning tbli afurnoon, demolishing
the tplre. Tb lightning tlion paised
down into tbe churoh severely injuring
the pastor, Rev. Mr, Loundlngler.
Washinqton, June 27. Probabllltiet
For Mew England Saturday mostly gen
tle to freib wlndt from loutb and west,
clear or partly cloudy weather aro proba
ble, with probably occasional rain areas
over northern portion. For Middle itatei
genii to fresh and occasional brisk winds,
mostly from outh and west, partly cloudy
weather and occasional rain arear over
northern portion. For tbe Lower
Lake region gentle to fresh winds, partly
cloudy and occasional rain. For tb
South Atlantlo ttat( light to fraah louth
eitsrterly and louthweiterly wind and
pirtly cloudy weather. For the Gulf
state t of Mluiiiippl aud northward
to Ohio valley, light to freth wind, partly
cloudy weather and occaiioaal rain area.
For the Upper Lake region wind shifting
to northwesterly and nottheaitirly, with
partly cloudy weather on Saturday.
St. Loon, Jun 27. Flour dull and
weak. Wheat firmer, but Merely enough
offering to ettabllth prices: No 2 (pring
oft f IA1 OK; prim red rail l 40; iJo
red tl M. Cora firm. Oatt not active:
If a 3 mliad S5le: lvatc4)AtSc: saahad
at (Uady; No 2 mind aBJo; alTator
Jlll. Saeked ry. eferingi tmalli Xo
1 allied SSa. rork doll sad kaaTy,
tJft 7HJU. D S amtt Bimlaal; Wi
dull; tboulddr 7(7; clear aide Ol0Pr.
Lnrd dull; tummtr steam 7Jc. Wnukoy
nnu ami weaa, B.tc. Uattle tleaily and
linn. Hori dull, $.1 H(t 2,
New Uhlf.am, June 27. Flour dull
Ci)S; family IHjJIO; Corn tupply cood,
mix txl fiflo; while CH(Kc; Oatt 41M4'2c;
llran dull 08c; hay dull $1223; Tork
dull bold 17: drlod tall meats nominal!
thoiilden 7o. bacon oVilt 7io: shoulders
01c; cloar rib and clear baimi firmer lnj
Will: Lard dull tlerco 8J(3)8c; ke)V0
10c; Sugar dull, fair H)c; fully fair lc;
Molasses no movement; Whiskey Olffi'.Hic:
Hie naa rail af tho Rlsrs-a
SI hour ending 3 p. in., Juno 27, 187S
.lelIcrion City .,
l.oivenworth , ,
New Orleans ,
Ohsorvver, Slanal aenlec, U. S. A.
St, Louih. Juno 27. Arrlvod. La-
Crone, Hi l'aul; Capital City, Vlckiburg;
Andv Johnion, Keokuk; (late City,
Kottbiburg. Doiiartod: Auuy Johnson,
Keokuk; Josephine, Yankton; Rook Is
land, tit l'aul; Uertram, Cincinnati: Hello
Memphl, Memphis; Gate City, Keiths
burg; Liberty, Ohlorlvor; Heaver, Illinois
riven Dolphin. Ullor Ulisiislnnl: Addte
Johnion, Galena. Itlvor rising acaln.
Weather clear and verr warm till nbout
5 n m, whan beavv itorm nasswl ovor
making It much coolar.
No Hlvr Mew to-nlglit. Wlri down
and storm raging. Kd
KEVElt KNOWN TJO'FAIL
F YER& AGUEPOYDERS
roii tub i-eiim A.NKxr cum: oh
CHILLS AND FEVr.lt, DU.HIJ A(1UE
UK An i KUIta Or IMTIillMIT
THE GREA'l EST DISCO VEitV OF THE
There are no dlfcaics to delillllntliiK In tliolr
cITuctaupou tliocoiotltutlon lit tliu above.
aim nonu morn (iiinciiit lo euro ny tlio usual
mode of practice. Tim Kevcrind Aguo Tow
den will effect i cure In cube ol tint longest
ataudlliK as Well as provo iiruventatlvii III
the fonnliiK Mnx ol tlio dUcittod. HoiliK
purely vcKetablo, they act with certainty on
tho iH'cato, lotully crndlcathiK It from tlio
yttoni, and prevent a return at any lulu re
Why wasto your money mid hcnltls In try
ing every loodlttno you bear of, wliin
ThompHon'N Kever and Amio pnwdert luiva
never Mllod to cure tho UlillU in any ea.
REASONS WHY THhV UNLY 8I1UULU
iiieirrciuiinuoii iseatnltllslieil, 'l lioutaiKl
oftetliuonlals ImV" been received, showing
thuttheao powderaliavo perlormed nilraclea
i cuniiK cane oi ioiik nlaii(lln, nuny ul
them considered hojielcst).
There Is no rink In inking them. They
contain nothing Injurious, mid, tlicreforo,
none ol tho llmccrlng dloeniiui no oltcu tho
remilt ol the many imatrum ol the day
j'liymcianii recomiueiiil tlieiuaa superior to
ntitiiino or any other known remedy, for
nicy leave mo syricni in n iicnmiy siino, nnu
the patleut beyond tho probability of a re
lapse. UKWAUB Or COUNTKHKEIT.I.-Tlio
genuine uro put up In wiuare tin Imxcii, Willi
THOMPSON'H FEVKIl AND AO UK l'OW
DKItH stamped on tho lid, and tliu slh'iiatiiro
of Tiiomi'hon & UMAWroitt) on the wruppcr,
None oUioni canpomlbly bo genuine,
TIIEOhEaT RKTEUHAL nEtlBDV TOU
ItHEUMATISM, N B U 11 A L-
G I A, Hl'lt A I MS, KTC,
Q0OD FOR MAN Oil liF.AS'l
Thl liniment ban earned for Itaolf a repu
tation unequalled In the history of external
application. t I uousnnus wno now aiil
tlnd linmedlato rudof from alipaln by usIiil
tbl certain remedy. It I equally eflcctuul
In cuU, hums, scalds, itlffncss of the neck,
Horn throat, swelling, Inflamatloni, lrot
bites, pain In tit- side, or back, bite of sni
der or etlntfi ol Insect.
One riibblns'wlll, In all cases, l-Ivo Imme
diate rellel. and a few application! a com
On account ol Iti powerful penetrating
proportlet It It boyond doubt tbe surest rout
edy for the most troblesome diseases to
wh ich uorara aud cattlo are liable. It cure
cratches, aid and fresh cuts orsore, chafe
produced by tho collar or taddle, lujurlo
caused by nail or ipllnt entering the flesh
or hoofs, bruises, sprains, two nicy, spavin
thrush, and all aUeatc which destroy the
hoot or bone of the Icet.
(yKull duectlon accompany eaoh bot
tle. The above are prepared only by
141 Market Street: PhttariMnlila.
And old by itorakeener generally through;
gut the country. V?Blti;e-'w.
, , ( Mu bow hand all kljtd of
D1T OOMD AND ST07 WOOD
Ferial. Lv ordMi at
WM. KLTJIK'S ITOU,
CAR B PLATE OF LIME,
PERMANGANATE O V TOT ASH,
OAIUJOLIOAOI I) POWDER, .
O II L O U D B OF LIME,
COHNKIl WASHINGTON AVENUK AND EIOIITII STBEKT.
3STO. 74 OHIO XiiiVHfil
ST. CHARLES HOTEL
'riioHalutUiaileslswcUandwIdolyknuwiiattheleadlUKand ' '
LARGEST 110TEL SOUTHERN ILL1W8
'And In nil tbo appnlntmonti of a flrtclas ttoiiia, ha no competlor'ln Catroaad M naa
rlor in tba tntu outside of i;IiIko.
Tho Saint C'harle I built In tlio moat solid and substantial manner of brick aad lra, la
fourntorlea In licllit, exclusive of basement and attic, haa a Irontaf ol 1.9 featoa th
Ohio river, 123 feet on Hocond street and a wing lor culjnary purpeae jltlJi UorvMa'h repair
and will roiiinirtably accominndata 200 truest. I now Uoine; a in paylaf buatae, waleh
Hill bo Inrirelv Inert ascd Uiirliiir the nrcset vear hv the new rallroaua naw awiaa built lata
Cairo, and whoso depot will bo In clone proximity to the house,
l'orlle wl.lllilir to unburn In the hotel liiialneaa liava nour an aTaellent nmartttaltT la
" . ,l""t""')t oufiuini ininroai Willi luanByeiUHni oi u outuse. w
cliidliiK fiimlliirn nnd (food will, on very rraaonablo term, at lor? IWure, and aypay-
41 reniiiioHircct, now oncana.
Only SO Cents per Bottle.
It promote Ilia GROWTH. PRKBKiU
VKI the COLOR, a ad leraae tk
Vlger aaWI as A UT Xm t the MALM.
Ovn Tirnm Tub aoo I.tos's Kinuraox roa
vna llsta at Bret placed In th mark! by rrorraaor
V.. Tbuiot I.roa, jntulntte uf Princeton Coll.
11 naiat It airired tnim Um Oresk "Kamibu,"
inDlfrlo to tltann, jmrtty, mumalr, tr rtilort.
Tim mror It he rteMvtd, aud Um popularity It Lu
ebtalnad. I uopreeadsatwl and tuereditil. It In.
cniuMlhaaaowTRaodlluCTrorUielliiB. it la
a ddlfhtfnl drMilnv. It cradlcaU dtudtuff. U
rreTnots tb llalr ftom ruralof (ray. II Uia
IimiI cool, and Rlrr Ui lialr a rich, soft, aloaay ap
u it wu or or a lyumTsa or l'iul aw, iaa
oia uj au urueauu ana (.uuuuy eiotts io
t'tstu per JUottl.
II. A. Thorns LJ). Tlioni
TIIOMS & BROTHER,
Succcsosrs to il. M.IIulea,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ..R0KRS
AMI) IIKALBHS IN
Nlaple aad) Vmrnty Oravarlea,
Foreign aud Domestic
1111 Commercial Avenue,
OAIKO, . . ILLINOIS.
(Successor to II. Thlelecko.)
Ileal, r, la All Hlnsla
irrrf Kits tbnth amd blbntu aTaxrr
urchaird the grocery
Tblelecve, i mail ait
on hand a full and ItCMl UDDlV bl
belt Roods In ray. line, to be found. In tha
I an is
market. 0r i
atteatloa to burineiw.
and fair dialing, I bop not only to retain
all the cuttoat the puce ha eajoyed la tb
nut, but to add to the llet aaaay bw pa
tron. Asking a fair attar af publlg aatratv
Srpc'trully( Him MAX SCKTWnn
BROMO OH LOR ALUM
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