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OrrtcK Hoc From 7:10 a.m. to 0:30
p.m.; 84ajr fro 7toBn.ni. Money
Order 81OO a.Mi. to 6:00 p.tn.
A.M I I' M.
miDoti Central II R
Mill. Central It It
Cairo, Arkansas A
Trial It R Ihllly.
Ufalo HlTCT ttoat
lUlly cic't Monday
Up, Sno. Tu. Fri.
Friday A Saturday
,t:oo i 2:18
O. W. McKeaio, l M.
ST. LOUIS.IROH MOUNTAIN
& SOUTHERN R. R.
Kxi'ieas loves Cairo dally 2:00 1. m.
Kinress arrives at Calm dally 4:n. m.
Accommodation leaven Cairo dally 2:10a. in.
Accommodation arrive dally (except
Sunday) litem a. m
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R
nirns Lr-tva CAtno
12:15 . m Dally
aits n. m "
4:00a. m...Kxccpt Sunday
4:30 p in...
........ 7 i. m...
aMUrS AT RAIItO
AHKIVa AT RAIItO
Mall at ....;;ooa, m...................Dallr.
Exnrau t. . :0p. rn...Kxceut Sunday.
rrSght i:, 8:a. ra... Monday.
rrefftitat -e:;p. m... " Sunday.
rrUM a ... tn... Sunday.
JAMB JOHNSON, Atrant.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
On and after Aug. 29, trains will run us fol
oi, undys" executed, Irora the corner of
Jtafond ilnt'l and Commercial avemie, Cnlro,
Leave. Cairo lo:ISA M.
" Jlurphyslwro - 2:4t l .M.
Arrive Last St. l.oula u.Vi
Leave Eaat St. Louis H ::-J A . M .
Arrive Jlurphrsboro - ll:-V M.
cave Murphysboro Will "
rrlve Cairo 4:00 "
Connecting at St. toiil with all trains West
aiut .orfli. .1 lU.NCKI.KV. supt.
I, A. tVE.VTZ. General I'afsenirer Agent.
CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
CAIRO, EVANSVTLIiE, INDIAN
FOURTEEN HOURS EACH WAY,
AND ALI. PAYLiIQHT RUN 3.
Mg Througi Withost Change !
WMAXArOLIS AMI CINCINNATI HI'IIK--.
lymTes Cairo I :M a. tu
Arrives at (,'unnl t:l:l "
Arrires at Vinccnne" 11:15 '
VU ft. LOCH AMI iOmtr.ATri! nAILllOAI'.
Arrives at Kransvlllc I:l- i.m.
VIA INMAXAroLM A2il YINCKN.VK nAILIIOAU.
AnlTcHt Inillan:iiolls.. 4 :5i in.
MA OHIO AND IUsIStrn IIAILIIOAn
Arrives at North Vernon f:45 ji.in.
Arrive at Cincinnati. luxi "
Arrivlsat IxiuUuIlc 7; '
Leaves luiUanapalia K.ryi A m.
Ieavus Cindniuiti ti:.T" "
Iaivm LouUvllle . - 7:01 "
Arrives at Vinceunes p.m.
Lrc Vlnccnnes - ....
LeavtA Emnsviltt 1I:U a.m
ArriivatCiinnl- -.. . 4:13 p.m.
Arrives at Cairo - 9:a0 '
Making close connections to and from all
Kiinn t and North, at IndUnapoUs and Cln-e.-natl,
and to and from all Hjlnts South and
NVest of Cairo by rail and ri,ver
ilOO'D CITY ACCOMMODATION.
The Mound City Accommodation nini Wed
CfvUy and SaturUay.
Uuvc Cairo .12:2.'iandS:00p tit.
Ltuves Moand Citv 1 :15unH 6:30 i. in.
X. B. OOODRICH, H. L.. MORRIU.,
lien' Ticket As't. Utsneral upt
QFor Information relative to rates and con
nections, apply to .TAUEi MAU.OHY,
71 Ohio I-evec.
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, Shawneetown. Evans
ville, Louisville, Cincinnati
and all way landings.
The unrivalled side-wheel stinmt r
1) G 1'owtrn Matter.
tu. It, Thomas Clerk.
W ill leavr Ki ansvllle for Cairo every MONDAY
and 'IHUHsDAY ut 4 o'clock p. in.
Leaves Cairo every 1 UKSUAY and VIUDAY.at
0 o'clock y, m,
The elegant ilile-whel steamer
Has Howard Muster
WALTaa II, I'inmsgton Clei'
Will leave Kvaiuvllle for Cairo every TUES
1JA and KIUDAY at I o'clock p. m.
Vi ill leae Cairo every WEDNESDAY and 8 AT
The elegant tide-wbeel steamer
JolinQonr ..... Maslir
Mat. Williams Clerk.
Leavea Evansville for Cairo every WEDNES
DAY and A1 Ult.VDY p. m
Leaves Cairo every IHL'ltsDAYand SUNDAY
at 8 p. m
Each boat innkea close connections at Cairo
with Dret-cltis steamers for ht. Louis, Mem
phis and Near Orleans, and at Evansville with
the E. A C. It. it for all points North and Kut,
and with the Louisville Mail Steamers fo ball
iwlnu on the Upjier Ohio, kIvIdr through re-
xinu on ircigiiut
and passengers to all points
for further information apply to
HOL, bILVLIi, Vaasenifer Agent.
J. M. l'HII.Lll'S.
u u uuaauKii,
Suerlntendent and General freight Aaeat,
lJ-3-llO-ly. Evansaie Inaiana.
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Roofiagand Guttering a Specialty.
. IUU ftoolttnf a Bpeclalty in
4i 1 My part of mtkara iuinoii,
JUgktBing p4, Fumpi, stove
- and Tinwar.
The Great Eastern I bclnjr refur
nished at an expense of SIOO.000 for cen
Crude bullion to tlic amount of about
1,.00.000 pounds p.wcl over tlic l.'tali
Southern It all road hut month.
An historic flair, the one borne by
the "Confederate steamer Shenandoah
during the war, l now on exhibition In
The latest addition to the Princeton
College muH-uni of natural history U a
cat With perfectly developed tore legs
but no bind legs or -abdominal bones. It
was one of a large Utter nil similarly de
formed, but only this one lived. It en
Joys perfect health, and moves with
The city of llcrlln ha? but one steam
fire engine, the rest being old'fahliied
band machines, and the water supply Is
inadequate. Iteccntlynu immense new
hotel was burned, and water was brought
In barrels and pumped feebly to the ec
ond story where there was no lire. At
length a heavy rain extinguished the
A recent geological survey ol Wash
iugton Territory has disclosed u large
vein of dark green, variegated marble,
Jitiown ns the Scrpenllne, or Hie lirocco
of the Italians. The Mono Is compara
tively soft and easily worked, and ! sus
ceptible of the highest polish. It is loiinil
in the greatest abundance on the Colum
bia river in Stevens county.
Prices to suit the Times.
Wholosnlo Figures, but No Credit !
Mrs. O. McLEAN,
Next Door to Houpt's Jowolry
BETWEEN COMMERCIAL, AND
HATS, Bonnets, Flowers, s, Laces, ItlMwa.,
Mlks, Velvets, Ties, HuchlnKS, Corct,
KidUlovcs, Hosiery, WorstnU.
Al tin; ' Ladies' Dress Iteform1
And all the new stylei of trimminK Silas for
t all uud Winter.
tf"lliee poods will be gold at very low flg.
nrcs. for CAslI and CASH ONLY, l-ll-itttf
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OF
HALLET. DAVIS & CO.'S
Of World wide Reputation.
Acknowledged by all good Musicians to be the
uem riano now mane.
THE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which we have sold over 400 during
twelve yearn past, becoming more and more
popular every day.
SMITH'S MER1CAN ORGAN,
Splendid tone, Power and Durability.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
tuiytlne Instrument, adapted to Instrn
mental as well ns vocal nut'lc.
I A LI. THE A1IOVE AltE OKFErtP.n
JA. Kaoy Monthly 1'ayinentn, at low ligurcs
I osatuiees oi i.iai I'rices.
In K't variety, lncltidlng all the new
and populur iniitic ot the tiny.
Order from tho Country
promptly filled and sent
VIOLINS GUITARS BANJOS
FUKXUIl IIAIH'S, ETC., ETC.
Band Instruments of all Kinds
Furnished to Order.
"'BIROS F0 VIOLIKI, GUITARS, ETC.
Ot the Beit Quality.
Classical Studies and Exercises
Of all grades for Piano or Voice.
laTKvery description of Huiical Mer
chandise furnished to order, promptly uud
at prices lower tban ever offered before.
(JENCY ALSO oT '
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
Send for Illustrated Catalogue and Trice
List of these beautiful groupei.
All Qoodi Wamat4 as XayrMtnUd.
ROBBINS MUSIC BAZAP,
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - - $100,000
W. P, HALLIDAV, President.
MKNRV I,. IIALI.1DA Y, Vice I'rest,
A. 11 SArTOUU, Cashier.
WAl.TKIt liysi.Ol', Ass'l Cashier.
3. flTAATS TaYLOII, It. II. (flWNISOIIAM.
., ""', VT. 1 IIALLttlAY,
O. 1). WILLIAMSON, HTSritKN lllht),
Exchango, Coin and Unitod States
jaonaa uougnt and Sold.
KrOSlTS irreWH and griieril banking
CHARTERED MARCH SI, 1809
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
or r leans:
A. II. SAKKOUD. .'resident,
S.S. TAVLOIt, Vice President.
W. HYSI.UP, Sec'y ami Treasurer.
1. Al. tlAltf'l.AV. f-if.a fl...n.,a...
K.M SrocKfLKin, Paul a. Saint, '
It. II. tl NNLSOHAll, II l HALLIBAY.
J. l. PiiiLLirt.
TNTliltKST imld on deimilts ut the rati, nf It
X per cent. er annum, .March 1st and Septem-
Ii . noi wiuinrawn is auueii imme-
djotely to the principal of the deposit, then-hy
r,...., tA,nvuiiuu until i
Married Women and Children may
.LupuHit money ana no one
olso can draw it.
Den every Ijiisiucfiday froiiiM.Mi. loU p.m.
jnd .atiinUy vrniniri lor savings deiiosits only
Irom M to e o'clock.
K.Mtrnsj. I'H-ldent II Wells, Ciithier
I'. .Neir. h e I'l-es't. T. J. Kcilli, Astt Cash'r
Comer Comraorclnl Ave. and 8th Street,
K. lrns, Cairo. Win. Klujc, Calio.
I. .Neir, Cairo. Wni Wolic, Cairo.
A. SnsMiika, Cairo. K.I.. HlllluKslcy.st. Iritis,
i:. Ilttder, Cairo. II. Well, Cairo.
P. II. Ilrlnkmau, .-t. I.onls,
A Ufiivinl Ranking Bualnran Hone.
E3"ExchanKe kold uud bought Intiirst paid
In the Saving Deiiurtiueut. Oillectloin uudi ,
and ull busiuets promptly iittcnditl to.
The Gamble Wagon
JOHN P. GAMBLE..
THE BXIT and CHEAPEST WAGON VAX
MANUFACTORY, OHIO LEVEE
Near Thirth-Fourth StrMt
Awarded the Highest Medal at Vienna
LUI, mSR 5i CO..
601 Broadway, New Yo'rk.
(0. Metropolltun Hotel.)
Manufacturera, Importers & '.Dealers In
CHROMOS AND FRAMES,
STEREOSCOPES and VIEWS,
ALIII.'MS, OUAI'HOSCOI'ESand SUITAIII.K
We are I lead'iuarters for CTerythtng in the way of
"iltwplico&i ud Uigic Lanterns
llelng Manufacturers of the
hUHOOL LANTERN, FAMILY LANTKKN,
i:cli style Iielng the lies! of its class tn the
Catologuesof Lanterns and blidts wllli dl
rectlon. for using tent on application.
Any enterprisina; man ran make money wllha
EtCut out this advertisement for relfience.-fa
Dealer m Fresh Meats
Between WMhlnctoa ad Ooaasaarolat
nuta, aajaXainy Iiur'i,
KKKP8 for sal the beat Beef, Perk. Mutton
. Vwl, Lamb. Hauaage, te.. and la pre
pared U rvi Ikmllln la an accotablt mannrr
The Trustees or tho Cairo City
Property tluelre to rail public attention
to the merits of their property, compris
ing a considerable portion of thu City of
Cairo, in Alexander County, in the State
of Illinois, and lands Immediately niljn
This city, as Is well knowu, is mutated at
the confluence of the Ohio and .Ml'lslpl
rivers, at the head ot unlnterupted nata
tion on tho MkMs'lii'l. uetrjx below oh
structlons by ice In the winter and low
water in Mitnnier, and tt.us ha n clear mid
open river coninuinlratlon at all timcN over
tlio Mifslsxif pl and Us tributaries, with all
the countrv nmtli. to the Uulf ol Mexico
mid the Atlantic Ocean. Cairo ban also the
i iino character ol communication with all
the country north over the streams flowing
liy i", when those f trcam are not Itinavl
gable byica'on oi Ice or low water.
Ilclore llio era of Railroads, Cairo had a
comtnaudloK position as a centre of com
merce and navigation. TbN Importance ot
position Khe ttl IT possetses. but hasnotv the
additional advantage of being a great rail
road centre, a number ol the ino-t Import
ant railroads lu the Valley oltheMlssliilpil
converging to and having their termini
there. Among these, coming from the north
are the great Illinois Central ltailroad,
which travereB the entire Mate of Illinois
from;its extreme northern and north-cterti
to Us southern limits, and by ltsconncctlotis
extends Into all tho great northwestern
grain producing States ; the Cairo and Vln
cennes, extending from Cairo to tho Cltv of
Vlucenncs, in the State of Indians, wlierc
its connections afford direct rullroad votn
munlcatious with all K.vtern cities : aim
the Cairo A; St. Louis Itallroad, nltordiug a
direct railroad communication with the
City ot St. Lotilandalltbc railroads cen
tering thcro. The loads coming Irom tho
South are the New Orleans, Jackson and
Great Northern and the Mobile and Ohio
Kailroads, which give direct railroad com
munication with thn cities of Mobile and
New Orleans, ami other Southern Atlantic
sea ports, and by connecting ro.vls with all
the country smith of Cairo ; and coming
Irom the outlnvctt Uthe Cairo, Arkanu
and Texas liallroad, which ellords similar
conitnunicatlon with Soi.tbctn Miouri,
Arkansas and Toxs. and thu principal cit
ies of those States. 'Mils Ust-natncd roid
will give, also, direct connection with the
Texas and Pacific Koad when It Is com le
ted, thus giving direct communication wi h
the prliiciou! port) ot the I'acltlc Ocean
'I here radroadii, termit.atingat Cairo, are
now all completed uud In successful opera
tion, tlio.-e In Illinois coming into the city
on a bank ol each ot the rivers Ohio and
Missirsippi, and terminating al their eontlu
cucc, thus encircling thu city. Tho Holly
Springs, Urownville and Ohio Itlver Kail
road, and thn Cairo uud 'I'cnncee Itlver
itallroad, which trill lioth terminate at
Calm, are in courio of construction and will
soon he completed, and other railroads hoth
in Illinois anil in .States south or the Ohio
river, which wilt a'.vi terminate at Cairo,
are projected, ami arrangements mado to
build them. The construction of tliete
will L-rcatlv increase the rillroad communi
cations of Cairo.
IU central location In the irreri Valley of
the Mlssitsliipi.anil the great wealth of river
and railroad rouimunlcitlon, gives to Cairo
unuriassed advantages as a commercial
point, a- it affords to her e&y and cheap ac
cess to all the grain producing dlstricU ot
tbeNorth and West, and sltnl Ur access to all
the agricultural produce con-umers of the
South, thus presenting the best location in
the H'esttorun interchange of the respect
ive northern and southern commodities and
A a manufacturing location the position
of Cairo is not less Important. Thti crude
mafnrtMtb (if pvpi-v ,I..L..I.itlr.n ...I.I....
stltute tho elements ot manufactured arti
cles, auounu on every niie, Iron ore, coal,
of superior miallty, and timber of every
character, more than others, being catdly
and cheaply accessible, and the rich agri
cultural region oi tiiu Immediate neighbor-
him. I, as well a the more remote districts
rn.iH.trnil trllitllnet. I. I... -i....- ..ll
. ' ...... j ,j ,, l' Ull ...II,
furnish supplies ol the Lccebsarlesof life in
mil ii uiiiinuuucf us to rentier living except
ionally cheap. When the manufactured artl-
tie I'.uin.iuw, me laciuiics lor ciicup
ilUtrlbutlon by river and rail are not
Cairo has a moral, Intelligent, liberal and
enterpruing population of about l'i.OOO has
a superior system ol public schools, which,
With Ollllirs lOimlilnlu,! 1.1 ,,rli.,.,.. t..-'
prise, afford unmrpisscd educational advantages-Is
passessed of well-established
fllllr..tlA rt 1.. .1 .
...... , nciuiy uery ueiioiuination
has publin and priato buildings of a tune
r.or character-has a climate, which for sa
lubrltyand healthlullntliicnces cannot be
surpsKei-has a well-regulated and cf
ncient municipal organization, its trccts
ighted with gas, and othermctropoliian ad
antages, which make it highly desirable
and In reality not to bo excelled as a place
of permaneut midoncc. 1
Lots and land in Cairo are now oflcred at
very low prices, affording favorable oppor
tunities to purchase, and the owners pre
sent the location to thu public as offering
unrivaled advantages lor the successful of
tabl sbmcntoi commercial or manufactur
ing cnterptUes, and tho best locality in tho
vountry lor protitablo investment of capital.
S, St a atm Taylor,
Caiho, III,, May Ut, 1874.
No Grasshoppers, 1ST oDought
The Atlantic and 1'acllle Ihillroad oiler fur
sale, on Ioiik Hid and low prices splendid
far ml n K lands lu South wei tern Missouri, whlrh
toscss all the reoiilreincnts ofKood and healthy
climate, plenty ot tlmlwr and nure water, long
anil cool summers, and short and mild winters
Kree transportation from St, Louis for land
L'irctilarn, eonlntnltiK mapnnd'Kdei, free to
any addrc. .Sectlnnal maps shnwlug lauds
Sold nnd unsold M cents. Address
A I j. DKAXti, Land Commissioner,
'ii Houlh Fourth Miwl, St lnls, Mo.
C AGENTS WANTED TOR THE
HISTORY or the U.S.
The great Interest In tic thrilling history of
mir country mnkes this the fiiitest sellltiK hook
ever iulillhiil. II rontnlns over Ml lluehistorl
nil ciigriivlriK tmd l""' pHK" with a lull nr.
count nrthenpproachimr u runit ( entennl.il rele
hrntioD. Seud for n lull description nnd extra
terms to AKeuts NATIONAL I'Ulll.ltlllMi
CO., I hlraKo and ht, lOiiis,
ft n iliiy nt home. Agent wanted Outlll
lis nuil terms tree. IIIUK & CO., AUKU-ta,
AAA An month to enerKetlc men and wo
dJijU U meneverywhen. llmlm-M honor
w w nble. KXt KL-IOIt M'K'tl COM
PANY, I'd Mlchlg m avenue, Chlcipto.
for the siieiM)' cine of secial troubles common
to thevoiinirtind mliMle-aicwt. Nervous, men
tal ami phj'slcul ileinessloii, loss ormeiiiory and
enertty, pains In the hack, srirxllitrust, dli
ilness. (Iliiinr-s nfslKbt, confusion ofideas, and
on various hnblts that lower the vitality ofthe
system. Any drugfcitha the lntiellents
Adiltess Kit. K. II IIILION',
Agents for the
best ellluic I'rie
rackuse In the
IS sheets tmir. 16
eneloir, gold pen, pen holder. encll ;itvnt
anl mea-ure. and u piece of Jewriry. single
pneksge with elegant prize, post-twld, 2ici'iils.
. ircitiar net mimr. .yi n ,
TW! llrnadwny, N. V.
A WEKK guamnteol to male and
female ugents in their locality.
Cods nothing to try It Particulars
free ! O VICKKItVACO.,
too m nn u
In 90 Days in A 1 Stocks.
My System ia Bate, Honorable & Simple.
I liiMiiliIet NenI f'rrr to All.
W H. WLKK, It.inker, ITS tliuadway, N V.
Mocks bought and i-oldattlie N V. Mock Kx
ehagv. SIS to fllOni'e'dnyBthnmc. Samples woitb
- . ."5i iii. nu
Inmn A Colnaiiy,
MINI! l!i:.V Ill.S'li, l'VCIIOMANt V.KAS
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may fascinate and gj u dieloie and mlirtlon of
any iktmiii they rlmoe fnti uitly lonjiuges
Ity mall .V) c. iii". Hunt A Co., 13) 7lhst.
AtillNI'" wantel tn till
Lb. I II II it x new inventions, iiient
II II llaud ol'gKiit v .ilue to eerv
sW SFIioilv i.imt prollts to
agents. Kl'lllt.M.M liltOW.S, ljwill, Ma-S.
'A Repoallnry or t'nahlou.
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best or all tho Ptlh with which the market
abounds. Ily their occasional use, the blood
is iinrlilcil, tho corruptions of the system ex
pelled, obstructions removed, nnd the whole
machinery or I Ho restored to Its healthy activ
ity. Internal organs which beeomo closed
and sluggish nrc cleansed by Autr' t'iltt,
and stimulate! Into action. Tlmt Incipient
disease is changed Into health, the vnluo of
which change, when icckoned on tho vast
multitudes who enjoy It, ran hardly be com
puted. Their sugar-coating makes them
pleasant to take, and preserves their virtues
unimpaired for any length of time, so that
they are ever freh, nnd perfectly reliable.
Although searching, they nie mild, and oper
ate without disturbance to the contilutlou or
diet or occupation.
Full directions are glvrn on the wr.iiiprr to
each bnx.howtoiisutlicinntn I aniily I'lij-sle
and for the folloning couiplalnU, whlih then
fiiii rapiuiy cine:
For nyatMMlM nr liiitlcestliin. I.lt-
raanraa. .ianiruor, nun ., i .mmie
flit, they should be taken innilerately to
stimulate tho stomach, and lestuic its healthy
tone and action.
For IAcr Cnsniliilnt and Its various
symptoms, Hllloua llriaducbr, Nlrk
flvatttfcttr, JUHMillrf (irtMri-t-n Nick
cm, Hllloua Colic nnd Hllloua
vera, they should be Judiciously taken for
each cae, to correct the diseased action, or
remove tho obstructions which came It.
For Dysentery or Illitrrlttru, hut one
mild doe Is generally ieiUlred.
For HhrusnialUin, sUout. dravrl,
PtslBltialloi. of thf llrisrt, ssln In
th Mlilts, Hack, and Lolna, they iliould
tic rontlnuously taken, ns ieiiilrcil, to rlinngq
the diseased action oftho system. With auch
change thoso complalut disappenr.
For nronsy nnd liroiislctsl Mis r It
Ins;, they should he taken in large nnd fre
iucnt doses to produce the cited of a diatia
For oppression, a l.trgeilnte should he
taken, ns it produces (he it cured cried by
Asa lilnnrr l'lll, take one or two I'ltt to
promote digestion, and relievo the stomach.
An occ.-i.lon.il iln-e stimulates the stomal h
and bowel", lestores the appetite, and Invigor
ates the system. Hence It is often advanta
geous where no serious derangement eits.
One who feels tolerably well, ollcn finds that
n dose nf these makes him feel decid
edly better, from their cleansing nnd reno
vating e fleet on the digettv! npp.irnlus.
I KKI'AIlEt) nr
Sr. J. C. AVER It CO., Practical Chemists,
.OH.'.., MASS., IT. S. A,
roR sai.k ii v a i.i. piteoiitsTs r.vititvwitKKr.
Ayer's Ague Cure,
For Fever ai Ajtue, Intermittent Fo
rer, Chill Fever, Remittent Fever,
Dumb Ague, Periodical or Uilioun ro
ver, eto., and indeed ail the affections
wmen arise irom maianoua, marsh, or
" No one remedy Is louder
I BS called for by the necessities
BasA ofthe American people Hull
HAT j n sure and atu cure lur
JsL J l'eer sail Aarut-.
M we arc now enabled lo efler,
w Itli a perfect certainty lh,.t
it will cradlcatu tho disease, and with ic- ur
anre, founded on proof, thai no huriii - - n
arise from Its use hi any rpiautlty.
That widely protects from or prevents lli.J
disorder must be of luimcusu sertic In tl.e
communities where it prevalli. 'rtrtnt n
Is better than cure; for the patient i .capes tl..
risk which be mint run in violent .ill.nl.- i.f
this baleful dl-tempir. 'lliU'M rut:" e,.. .i
the mlnsiiutic polsou of Vt-riMtl .itiir
from ttie system, and prevents the ilevel--,
mcnt of the dl-ease, If taken mi tho llrt
approach of Its premonitory symtoii!.i. A
great superiority of this lemedy o.i- any
other ever dlscotered foi the nieedy and c-i-t:Un
cure of Inteiiultteuts l-,llinl it coutalus
no Quinine or ii'lneral; conseiiueutly It pro
duces no quinism or other Injurious rtfeets
whatever upon the constitution, Tho- e cured
by It nrc left as healthy as If they had nevi r
had thu dlsenru.
rtr tand Airus Is not alone thn con
sequence of the miasmatic' poison. A j,-ie.n
variety of disorders ariso from it. Irritation,
among which are .'Vrurtslg-tts, Ithruiim
ll.sss, Cloat, llrMitacbt. Hllnilns-aa,
Toothacbr, Karschs,c:uturrb, Aath
nsa, Palpitation, Palaful AtTrcllon
of (ho Mplrrn, Ilyatrrlca, Iuln la sbt
BsHtti, Colic. Iarulyaia, and derange,
nient of the .Stomach, all of which, when
originating in this cause, put on the Inter
mittent type, or become periodical. This
"CUUK" expels the poison from Urn tilnnd,
ami consequently cures them nil alike. It is
an invaluable protection to immigrants and
persons travelling or temporarily residing In
the malarious districts. If taken occasion
ally or dally while exposed to the Infection,
that will be excreted fiom the system, and
cannot accumulate lu sunlclent quantity to
ripen Into disease. Hence it is even more
valuable for protection than cure; and few
Tlll ever suffer from Intermittent If they
avail themselves ofthe protection this icin
For Liver Complaints, arising fiom torpid,
ity of the Liver, It is an excellent remedy,
stimulating the Liver Into healthy activity,
and producing many truly remarkable cures,
where other medicines fall.
Dr. J. O. ATEK CO., Lowell, Mass.,
PrmcHeal mnd Analytical ChtmUli.
AHD SOLD ALL BOUXT) THE WOULD.
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION;
A FHvftU CBMlartthl
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I njwnei us rtt imoci 01
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Thti U d laumtlii work f ! h4r4 ud iiit
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nfcrtBttloa for u wLo rt mtrrlM er eooutsf !it mr.
Iiftt; U11 II I ft bonk tbll a-ucM U fcfM Ubitt lock
bcJ It, aft not Uft ctrltl krout itt bout.
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tbu drBwtr oftrtrj miIbbbb fratit tbroucbovt tt totir
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pubUibaxl la BDf otttr work.
Beat u pot (fn or potUct) Tot riftr .
Bt. LOUW, n4.
Nolle to th Aflltctsid an Untortunatt.
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puolls pipsri, sr oili( r,y qutit r.mMi... rru Dr.
Baiu wort, do uuu hn tw alittta It or ko inln.
sb's j.ar ossilmo..
Is loams. Ij sosu or ins noil coloor.ni bo4Us rroi.,'
SHI St Ul KXSUT 04 Isrot. utmtt MaoluU Uf.
Moslla H t, r. all. as Ms dlassMt Btsioaa4 Is tla worl,.
)ca ssi psrlara. ho 1J s,ru t,tu slml, kMssM
VtliaianlCb.t. slLosila. Us. ' """"
OP A VICTIM.
Publleheil as a warning and lor the benefit ol
J . una; Men and others who suffer from Nervous
Ue illlty, Loss of Manhowl, etc., tllvlng liU
Hiiles of heir-cure, after Hndcnroing murh sur
ferlug and expense, and mniled ftee on recelv
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THANIKL MAVKAlIt, I'. 0. llox is'j..lli-ook
fyn, N. 7-7-l-wCm
"Put: : Calls
ON OKAIN. For ftill Inronnatlon how to
operate on the Chicago market, semi for our
CLARK Sc CO.,
It-lMftwfw. 'vriSi,nlnton 8t" Chlcano,
Mrs. M. SWANDER
Is now itvplvlrie a larno and wsll selected
PALL AND WINTER
At her stand on
TVi which she Invites the attention of the ladies
or ttilro and vicinity. In this stock will be
round all the latest alt lea or Hats, llonuets, Itlb
lions, r lower and all Millinery (ioods, all or
rered at the lowest Ihlng prices, Ladles In
search or bargains are earnestly requested tu
give Mrs .swiimler a call liefore purchasing
elsewhere. Her slock or fancy Roods amino
lions Is complete, mel she Is determined nol to
'eundersold by any body In the city.
1 1 f
Uff MA MM
iKHUkatalb II Cisa s tu. ti&inili
(ga a CO lit sars.ra Bk, CUsats.
I. 1 AKit. Calm II K. Akin, ChK-aiio,
I. D. Akin. dSc Co.,
- - Dealers In
Harness 1 Saddles,
Whips, Collars, Etc.
105 Commercial Avenue, - - . CAIEO, ILLS.
0"1hse Uvnring us wild their patronage
will II ml a complete lltieof (nods from whlrh to
select, at bottom prices. Pi-ll-wly.
SOLHAH'S mil AHB Lilt
AND LlVKIf J.4.U.
llolinan's Ague and Liter 1'nd is medlcaltd
wllha harmless tc.'rhihl. romM)und actlnvon
llieliver uud stomach, through which and by
which an Internal action is gained by Hlworption
until i-terv particle of malarial and bilious poi
son is biVen from the system, In a pleuant and
almost lniierrepllbr manner, without the aid
of any internal medicine causing no irritation,
acting alike on children nnd mlults, 'I he pa
tient is ItTt in aliaolute health Thte state
ments are fiidoie by rier .'i,Mi living wlt-nesM-s
All arcilellglitol who hae Irieii them
filthfully And this I'ad Is alto a newr railing
preientltc t fetir and ague, bilious remit
tent and lt-llow fetcr and all nutarlal dheases
DR. R. S. BRIOHAM,
130 Commercial Ave. Cairo, Ilia.
ST" A gent ror ."outhirii Illinois, Western
Kentuclkj- and .-oitthenstcru Miasuurl.
t3"-ent by mail, on receipt or price
R. P. STUDLEY & CO.
821 North Btala StrMt, BT. LOUIS.
Tne great Xm c Connuror, cures Kplleptlc KIU.
Omvulslous, Spasms, St. Vitus Dance, and all
Nervous Diseases t the only known positive rein
ed v ror Kplleptio Kits. It Imsln tested by
thousands uud has never been known to rail In a
simile case. Trial package free. Knclose staittii
lor circular nlvlntf evidence ""'nVnvri
Addreus. DH. H. A. HHJIIMIlNn.
If .U illy M. St. Josaah, Mo.
cuooi rurninire or supplies snnuia wtim
rat) CAS Ma KB IT AT.
Foil the speedy cure or fiemlual Weakneaa,
Lost, Manhood and all disorders broutbt
uy iniiiscreuons or escesa, Any DruagUt
1 the IngredlenU.
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