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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUAEY 13, 1878.
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Onlur H:(iO a.m. to 6:00j.in.
to t JO
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W W I Dally
Miss. Central R R
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Daily eifl't Monday
Miwi. River Route
Up, Sun. To. Frl.
liown.Tu Thu Hat.
Thebes Route I
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G. W. HcKaaio. P. M
ST. LOmS.IRON MOUNTS
& SOUTHERN R. P
fipr leaves Cnirodaily ....... -J 1 i
'.xpmw arrives at Cairo ilailr " a ''
Ico-.nimodution Imvu I aim ilnily...2.u' a.m.
tccoiuodation arrives daily (exec
undavl 11 110 m
47 Miles the Shortest to
o4 Miles the Shortest to
k&sapolis, Piikiiplii I's Id
tfX HOURS SAVED
illVF.ll TRAIN OF
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Making Same Connections,
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ing from One to Six Hours at
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ide or JoiBH, often nilataken fur rlieuuia
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PECULATOR, OR MED
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he body, nuchaignal tuccms ha aitended iu
uu t at it is bow rvgarueu. as in
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The treat su:cessand delight of tho people.
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The Dead and the Coming Pope.
The t able despatches from Home indi
cate that lie Italian government will wise
ly abstain (Tom any Intcrferenci with the
Ireednm of the Conclave about to assemble
in the eternal city for the election ot a suc
cessor to l'lue IX. King Humbert Indeed
could afford to treat the reiult, if it should
prove to bo a continuation of the late
pope's isolutlon and opposition to accom
plished larti, with IsiliiTureDce. Inasmuch,
however, as it is Ji sirtuble lor the good of
all concerned thut the ijueallon should be
settled in some way, a little courteous
recognition of the sad event which jut
now occupies tho Catholic world will b-e
as politic ax it will be. nine I. To the little
band of would-be marty rs and grim reclu
ses Who surrounded the lato pope the
cautious but deciked advance toward
friendly relations between the (Urinal
and tho Vatican will not be welcome. Still
the logic of things is dead against them. A
Utile piTKetution would help them (or a
while, but when your whilom enemy sends
round polite offers and sympathetic re
gards in your bereavement; when he
marchch his tiddlers up and down, not as
a prison guard, but as a guard of honor, it
id a bad hea-on to reopeu old sores. All
this will have iU weight and give a want
ol excuse to the putty which seek lo per
petuatale the policy of wordy opposition
to a state ol things which there is no hope
to remove. The determination to bury the
pope, a ith ail the solemn pouip ol the Ko
mao ritual, In the great basilica of St.
Peter indicates, how even the most ardent
ot the non-comfiomUe cirdinals .will be
compeiled to go with the current oi the
Of the deepest into rest upon this UeH
tion of the pupal euccenrlon will be found
the series of Interviews witb the members
ot the College of Cardinal, which our Ho
man correcjioiident has collected with
marked i.idu-try and presented with line
skill. AQurding as they do a glimpse oi the
inner life, ol the personal appearance, the
peculiarities and in a larger sense the
qualities of ihese distinguished ecctesiaE
Iks, they furnish .a menus of Information
ot which all students of the age we live iu
will gladly avail themselves, The stately
princes of the Roman church in the full
fluwer ol their authority, the humbler mem
bers ot the Sacred college living piout-ly in
the shadow ot the Uoly See, the young
cardinals witb their dreams ot the triple
crown, pushing its phantom aldc as Cn sax
did the golden circlet on the I.upercal, the
aged mitred priests beyond the reach of
ambition drawing bcht.bodie toward the
grave, the ftuliou cardinal poring over
dusty cannonlcal tomes, the cardinal monk
pacing the gloomy monastery! corridor,
the dynastic cardinals, the Bonaparte and
the Jiobenlohe dreaming and plotting
without appearing to plot, all pass In pro
cession before the eyes ot the reader. Ai
a picture of the splendors of the church
typified in the personages who make
popes and of wboui popes are made, it will
instruct and fancinaic.
liut who will succeed Tope Puis:' Our
correspondent in that portion ot his cor-rei-poudence
published yesterday i-elected
live names namely, Pecci, Pillo, La Val
letta, Siuieonl and Franchl. In the portion
published to-day he finally fixes with a cer
tain reserve upon Cardinal Peed. From
the description of this prelate we conclude
that he la a good administrator, not a pessl
mist, and a "moderate." With such a man
iu the papal chair the influences ol the
age might be allowed come sway. The
favorite of the 'non-compromle" party
is said to be Cardinal ISilio, a young and
ardent priest, of whom, uufortunately,
m uch;progrefS cannot be hoped, if his past
is any guarantee; but with in these limita
tions be would doubtless make a brilliant
head of the Uouian church, Paneblanco,
the taciturn monk, would, we foar, prove
nothing more than a .ronouueed church
man. Simeon! and Frunchl are of the fame
strain aa Billo. We cannot find much that
is encouraging In the possibilities of Car
dinal Ferrieri becoming pope, although be
is spoken ol by cable as a "liberal" candi
date. Cardinal de Pietro, also so classi
fied, is seventy-two years old and posses
ses some possibilities. Taken in connec
tion with tho slguilicant action attributed
to the Portuguese government in the
matter of the veto, we think on the whole
there is some prospect of a "moderate"
pope. It would have been dillicult to hope
for this much twelve months ago. liut the
world moves, and even the A atican cannot
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
State of Illinois, Alexander county. Estate of
uamei it. mm us. ueceassu.
Notice is hereby given that on Monday, the lllli
day of March. A.0. 1H7H. the timlersiened ad-
miDistntsr de bonis mm of said esta'o will pre
sent to the couutv court of Alexander eounty at
inn courtnouse in Cairo, Illinois, at a terra there
of lo be holden, his 11 mil report of his acts and
doings as administrator de bonis non, and ask
the court to hedischarged from anyand nil fur
ther duties and responsibilities connected with
saidesUte, and his administration thereof, at
which time and place such persons as arc Inter
ested may he p repent and resist such application,
if they clioote so to do.
11YUON F. IILAKE.
Administrator de bonis non.
Cairo, Ills., Feb. S, 17, i-llwlt
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
SUte of Illinois, Alexander cjuuty, as. Estate
of Daniel Lsmpert, deceased.
Notice Is hereby given that on Monday, the 11th
day of March, A,l. 1H7H, the undersigned ad
ministratrix of said estate will present to the
county court of raid Alexander eounty, at the
courthouse In Cairo, Illinois, at a term thereof
tin n to be holden, her dual report of her acts and
doings as administratrix . and ask the court to be
discharged from anyand all further duties and
responsibilities connected with said estate, and
her administration thereof, st which time and
since such uersuns as are interested ninv be nrea-
ent and reslut such application if they chorine so
touo, jttAiiuAitr.i: LAnriiui ,
Cairo, Ills., Feb. B, 178. 2-l4w4t
NOTICE OK APPLICATION FOR PARDON,
Notice Is hereby given that application will be
msds In due course of time to Ills Excellency,
Shelby M. Cullom, governor ot the Stats of Illi
nois, Air the pardon of Dabney Johnson (color
ed) , cony lcled at the May term of the A lexoader
county circuit court on a charge of larceny snd
sentenced to thnrsytar in the penitentiary,
Cairo, Ills.., Deo. Hi, 1177. "
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soap for washing anything ; washes in onn
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from shrinking; worth four limes its price
lor washing woolens alone.
Mrs. Henry Ward Beecher
recommends It to all housekeepers, says:
"Tbry will rejolcs both tor economy's sake
ad the saftey ol taeir clothing, and that it
ean no more injure clothing or hands than
common warm water."
BGABCUT eft lOsfSsjON,
21 Piatt Street, New York.
B3TBarcly Bros, will supply trade in
1 be DlllereUH'e.
The ordinary Porous Plaster, on account
3f its peculiar mechanical action, is esteem
ed an article of merit; but Benson's C'upcine
Firous Planter is considered an article of
extraordinary merit. It has the same
mechanical action, and, in add tlun, pos
sesses medicinal qualities of a remarkable
oaturi, which causa It to act at once,
relieve pain Immediately, and cure whero
Dther Porous Plasters will not even relieve
For Itheumatism, I J me an Weak Itsck, Spina
Disease, Crick in the Hack, Kidney IMseaee,
Sprains awl liruines, Severe l'ains and Stiti he,
Weakness of the ikek.etc.
The manufacturer of
Benson's Capcine Plaster
Keceived the Highest Medal at the Centennial.
It is now the standard remedy. Its as
tonishing pain relieving and strengthening
qualities attracted the attention ol the Cen
tennial Jurrors and thousands of physicians
who visited the Ceutenuial, who pronounc
ed it the best remedy ever invented for th
itiove aliments. Sold py all DruggNte.
Price, 2.) cents.
Ifcir Uart'lay Bros, will supply the trade
COMMISSION KU S SAM.
In pursuance of a ji:dg:netu ot McCracken Com
mon 1'leas Court, rendered at iu September Term
1877, in the action ol .1. II Terrell's Administra
tor, plaintiff against.1. II. TerreU's heirs, etc., de
fendants, 1 will oa
MONDAY, JANCAttY 2Mh, 18TH,
il'.eing County Court say), at the Couit House
door in Hlandvilla, Ky., sell to the highest bidder,
on a Credit of ii. Ii, IS and J4 months, the following
described propery, viz ; ,
Front lots Nos. 3, 4, and 1, franp'ng on the Mis
sissippi nver ; Lot No' :i, containing 1" acres; Lot
No. 4, containing It) acres, and Lot No. S. contain
ing 1-,' i acres lying in the town of Fillmore, at the
t.rminums of the N. o. S. L. L. and Chicago
Itailroad, opposite Cairo, Illinois. Also back Lot
No. i. Which is subdivided into two lots, the one
containing JIM acres, the other containing I KB '4
acres, the whole lying in the Peter Sheppard sur
vey in llallard County, Kentucky, which was di
vided into the lots aforesaid by W. 11. Keeves,
Commissioner of this court, and for a (gore partic
ular description of the lots aforesaid reference is
here made to me p'atof Division an file iu this case.
Also the following trails of land, viz Lying in
llallard County, near I'idgeon't Old Mill, being
the land sold by J. H. Terrell to William l'idgeos
and bought back by 1 U. Terrell under a judg
ment for the purchase money. Lying on the waieur
of Shawnee creek, beginning at a stake a large red
oak, two hickories and sweet gum pointers north
cast comer, thence north S7 0 west 147 poles to a
white oak with sweet gum, white oak and ash point
ers, corner with Thonias Harlow, thence aorth lot)
rioles to a stake with hickory, small black gum sap
iugs standing as pointers on cast bank of a branch
corner with J. H. Terrell's land, thence south?0
east 14c poles to a slake, with two white oaksas
pointers, corner J H. Ter-el's land, thence lu9
poles to the beginning, containing IU) acres, being a
part of the land conveyed by Casnus M. Clay to J,
U. Terrell, and a part of the survey patented to
Col. John llaniss, th same has been i ividtd iato
two lots. Nos. I and 2, by the Commissioner afore
soid, which retiort of division on file anJ here
referred to. J he purchaser will be required to give
bond wilh good security, bearinir interest tnim
day of sale, having force of replevin bond on which
execution may issue when due.
This am uay oi iieceraber, ltiTS.
G.W.Marmiall, l I. I). Wilcox,
C. S JlKKvas, J V. H. KEBvts,
Attorneys. Oommi mo
lly virtue of two fee bills to me directed, by
the clerk of the supreme court soMthern grand
division at Mount Vernon, in the elite of Illi
nois, in favor of John C, Abreght et als. and
against Jason II. Smith et als., 1 haye levied
upon the tullowing described property, to-wit :
11 fourteen(U) in Idock eleven ill)) loWtweu-ty-six
(:'), twenty-seven (J7) and twenty
eight (), in block seventy-two (72) ; lets thirty
one and thirty-two (:!-), in biock twenty-six
(-''. All the above described property is situ
ated In the city of Cairn, county of Alexander,
aud state of Illinois, which 1 shall oiler for sale
at public Vendue at the front, or West door of
the courthouse, In the city of Cairo, county of
Alexander and .State of Illinois, on the 21st dsy
ofFebi'uaiy, Ins', at ID o'clock a.m. Hated
this Lairo.lll., letli day of January, A.D. lTs,
I'ETEll SALT, Sherilt
State of Illinois, county ot Alexander, ,
In tbe Alexander county circuit couit.
Hugh Callahan vs. John Devine.
Hill of foreclosure and for relief, etc
Amount of decree rendered Jan. 4, 179, f!75 ,10
Interest from January 4, IhTs. at six per
Cent. : costs of suit, iuiluding solici
tor's fee of tW ;'' SO
Public notice is hereby given that In punuancn
of a decree rendered in said court In the above
entitled cause atthesieclai tieceruberU'rin A I).
ls77, 1, John V. llurman, Muster in Chancery of
said county, will, on Friday, the
2-d DAY OF FEBRUARY, A. I. 1"7S,
at the-hour of H o'clock a m,, sell at public,
vendue to the highest bidder for cash, at the
front door of the courthouse, in the city ot Cairo,
In said county and state, the following described
real estate in the city of Cairo, county of Alex
ander, and state of Illinois, to-wit: Fifty leet
off of the front end of lots numbered twenty-one
(it), twenty-two twenty-three (il). and
twenty-lour (:4), In block nfty-two (W), being
oil of the end that fronts on Walnut street, in
said city, making a piece one hundred feet on
Walnut street, and llltv feet on Seventh street,
together With the privileges and appurtenances
thereunto belonging or in any wise thereto apier
taluing. JOHN y. HARM AN,
8, P. WiiBSLrR, Master in Chancery.
Dated, Cairo, Ills,, Jan. 3' Kg. l-31td
Con.nrnntlnn. that scourge of humanity. Is
the great dread ot Uie human family, in all dril
1 feel oonndent that I am In possession of the
only sure, Infallible remedy now known to
lie profession lor the speedy, positive cure ot
hat dread disease, and lis unwelcome coacora
Itants, vizi Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis, Ner
vous Debility, etc., etc. 1 am old fogy. 1 be
lievo In medicine. Twenty-eight years expe
rienet as a busy practitioner in the best con
sumption hospitals in the old and new world,
has taught tun the value of proper medio tia
both local and constitutional In the curn of this
front enemy of our race. I have found IL But
am digressstng. I started nut to say to thole
suffering with consumption or any of tbe above
maladies, that by addressing mo, giving gymps
turns. Uuiv shall be nut in Possess ion jothls
great boon, without charge, and shall have the
benctltor myeierienc in inousanus oi cose
successfully tmuteil. Full particulars, direc
tions for urvnaration and use. and advice snd
instructions for successltil treatment at your
own home, will be received by you by return
null, tree ot charge, Y auureasinK
Hit. JOll.N S. BUIINKTT,
will I V 167 Jefferson street lxiulnwtll
FURNITURE AT TUMMO SALE.
On the 20th day of February, 1878, beginning st
IU o'clock, a.m. and continuing from day to day,
the undersigned will sell at auction to the hlgu
est bidder for cash st the Furniture factory ol
William ElchhoN", southeast corner ot Seven
teenth street and Washington avenue, in Cslro,
Illinois, a large lot of furniture of various klnaa
ml ,1 unrlmlnna. consisting ol rjarlnr Beta, lied-
room sets, bureaus, iiedstends, washsianda,
wardropea, tables, bookcases, desks, stands,
What-nots, cradles, looking glasses, baby cams
Kes, hatracsa mattrrsi.s, kitchen safes, a large
assortment ol chairs, dresslns;ssj
-trf ' Sheriff.
JOHN G. WHITTIER.
A snperb lite-size portrait of this beloved sl
honored poel, will be sent pout-paid, to any sub
criber lo the Atlantic Monthly tor 1x7", for ft vt
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Is hereby given to Joshua G. Hall as adminis
trator de bonis non of the estate ofllasea Clark,
deceased, ami Edwin Hrainard of the pendency,
tn the Circuit Court of Alexander county, Illi
nois, of a bill In chancery to loreolnse a mort
gage, wherein you, toget .er with Chauncey N.
Mhiuiuan, Louisa N. Milptrun, Jos ph W.
Dreiel und Charles Edward Tracy, as Keceiv
ers of the Cairo and Vinoennea railroal, and the
Cairo and Vincmnes railroad company are de
fendants, and Charles C. ilolten, as Receiver of
el "the Mutual Life Insurance Company" of
Chicago, is complainant : and that the summons
in said cause is returnable on the first day oi the
the January term, A. D. l;s, ot said Court to
be holden at the Court House, in Uie city of
Cairo, in ssid county, on the first Monday of
said month. Dated Nov. 2;th, Is. 77.
JOHN A. KEF: VK, Clerk of aaid Court.
Sam l 1'. Wubxlkb, Solicitor ol Complaint.
Is hereby given that, by vlrueof a decree of the
County Court of Alexander County in the State
ef :;iix-.,,- saiind U hi liovankber term,
A . D. IS77. I, august atenneier, vijiii'.r.ra
torof the Estate of Frederick Watermeier, de
ceased, wtil sell at public vendue on the 24th
day of December, A. D. 1877, at tne west door
ot itic Court House ia the city of Cairo, in said
County, and Btate, at t o'clock p. m. of said
subject to the widow's dower interest therein
for the payments of the debts of aaid Estate ot
Fred-Tick Watermeier, deceased, the following;
described property, to-wit :
l'he south X of northwest, quarter of north
west, quarter in section thirty-six ('), town
ship, Ufieea (K) south range two (-), west of
t ic iird prtnei pal meridian situate in said county
of Alexander aud State of Illinois.
Terms ol Sale Cash in hand upon approval
of ule and delivery of deed
Administrator of the Estate ot Fred Water
Dated Cairo, lib., Xw. 81st, 1877.
WHsnajts, On the first day of April, 176,
Emma Canine and Robert H. Canine, her hus
band, made, executed, acknowkdged, and de
livered to Mrs. Lassie Williams, now Mrs.
Caasie Drip9, a certain sale mortgage on lot
No. three (3), In block No. twenty-nine ,:.) in
Opdyke A Myer's addition, to the city ol Ches
ter, in the county of Randolph and State of llli
nois. to secure the payment of four certain pro
missory noteis executed by said Robert 11. Can
ine, dated April 1, 176, lortwo hundred dollars
each, payable in three, six, nine and Uiun
months, respectively, from the dates thereof,
witb ten percent. Interest fron the dotes there
of ; which said mortgage was duly recorded
Aprils, 1876, the recorder's otlh-e in said Ran
dolph county, in book No, oue (1) ot leases,
Ac.. , on page iJt : said
Wiibrbas, Said mortgage provides among
other tilings for the sale, bv tbe said niortitagpe,
nf emd lot and all the right and equity of re
deiiip'.lon tin ri-in of the said graniors, incase
ol default iu tne payment of lue said nines or
any part thereof; and
WuaiiBAS, The time for the payment of the
said notes, and each of them has long since elaps
ed, and there now remains due on the last three
ot tbe above mentioned notes the sum of six hun
dred and fourteen dollursand five cents P31.5.)
Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that,
on Thursday, the 17th day of January, Is7ri, at
the door of Uie court house In suid city of Chester
at the hour ol two o'clock p.ni.ot said day, the
undersigned will otter said premises ior saleto
the highest bidder for cash In band and on mak
ing said sale, will make, execute, and deliver to
the purchaser a good and sufficient deed therefor,
Formerly Cassis Williams
Permanently cured no humbug by one
month's usago of Dr. Goulard's Celebrat
ed Fit PowderH. To convince sufferers
that these powders will do all wo claim for
them, we will send them by mail, post
paid, a free trial box. As Dr. Goulard Is
too omy pnysician that has ever made tout
disease a special study, and aa to out
knowledge thousands have been perma
nently cured by the use of these powd ;rs,
we will gaarantee a permanent cure ir
every case, or relund you all money ex
tended. All sufferers should give these
Powders an early trial, and bo convinced
of their curative powers.
Price, for large box, 3, or 4 boxes ior
10, aent by mall to any part oi United
Statesor Canada on receipt of price, or by
express, C. 0. D. Address,
ASH & BOBBINS,
360 Fulton Street. Brooklyn, N. Y.
Is not easily earned in thess
times, but it can be made in
three months by ny one ol
either sex la any part ot tlve
country who ts willing to work
steadily at the employment we
furnish. I'-ii a week in your
own tows. Yon need not be
away from home after night. You can give
your sole time to me wora, or omy your Binre
moments, we nave agenia wnu ru iimao.
over ' per day . All who eng age at once can
luuke money fast. At tiie prrsenl time money
an ,.m iu noil, an ensilv ind rauiillv at any
other business, it costs nothing to try the
business. Terms and V) outnt ire, iiinrees
at once. II. HALLE IT A CO, Porliaid, Me.
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Given Away-A strange. Thysterloua and most
extraordinary look, entitled "THE BOOK OF
WONDKIW." Containing, with numerous pic
torial Illustrations, the mysteries of the heavens and
irth, Natural ,and Bupernatural.Oddilles. W hiiti-
Ileal, oirwiigo vuiiu.i.1 I " , 7 .. , , vr '
Imams, 8upertltioua, Absurdities, Fabulous, En
chantment SIC in oruer maun ..... -..-out
book, the publishers have resolved to give It
-ii .1.1. a.. n I,. Aililr... bv tinata!
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card, F. Gl.EASON A CO.. 'J Washington Street
J. D. DEANE, Prop'r
Lata or tae 8t Charlea.
RA.TES: $2.00 PER DAY
Are not advertised as "cure-alls," but are specif
ies in the diseases for which they are recom
mended. NATURAL SELECTION,
1nVMli0!l,,M f M.II-.I a.. I- V. J
v. u.llll.l IMf, UCUUm-
struied beyond controversy, that throughout the
animal kingdom the "survival ol the fittest" I, Use
only law that vouchsafes thrift ami perpetuity.
Does not the same principle govern the commercial
prosperity of man? An interior cannot supercede a
superior ankle . By t eason of superior merit, Dr
Pierce's Standard Medicines have ouuivaled all
others. Their sale in the United Statei alone ex
ceed one million dollars per annum, while the
amount eiported foots up to several hundred thou
sand more. No business could grow to such gigan
tic proportions and rest upon any other basis than
that of merit.
Golden Medical Discovery
Is Alterative, or Biood-cleansing.
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
Is a Cholagogue, or Liver Stimulant,
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
By reason of Its alterative propel ties, cures diseases
of the llloodarid skin, as Sjrofula, or King's Evil ;
Tumors ; I leers, or Old Sores ; lllotcbex; Pimples;
and Eruptions. Ky virtue of its Pectoral proper
ties. It cures Uronchisl. Throat and Luna Aftvc
Hons; Incipient Consumption; Lingering Ceughs;
and Chreaic Laryngitis. Its Cholal.igue properties
renucr itaniinequaleu remedy lor liiliousness jTor
pid Liver, or "Liver Comolalnt :" and iu Tonie
properties make it equally efficacious in curing Indi
gestion, Loss of Appetite and Dypepsia.
Where the skin is sallow snd covered with blot
ches and pimples, or where there are scrofulous af
fections and swellings, a few bottles of Golden Med
ical Discovery will effect an entire cure. If you feel
dull, drowsy, debilitated, have sallow color of skin.
or yellowish-brown spots on face or body, frequent
ncauacuc or um.ness, oact taste in mouin, internal
heat or chills alternated with hot flushes, low spirits
and gloomy forebodings, irregular appetite, and
tongue coated, you are suffering from Torpid Liver
or "Biliousness.'' In many cases of "Liver Com
plaint," only part of these symptoms are exper
ienced. As a remedy for all such cases. Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery has no equal, as it effect,
perfeet cures, leaving the liver strengthened and
P. P. P. P.
Purely Vegetable. No Care Required
while Using .thern.
The "Little Giant'' Cathartie, or Ml'LTl'M IN
PARVO PHYSIC, scarcely larger man mustard
seeds, and are sugar-coaled I hey remove the
necessity of taking the great, crude, drastic, sicken
ing pills, heretofore to much in use.
Asa remedy for Headache, Dizziness. Rush sf
Blood to the Head, Tightness about the Chest, Bad
Taste id the Mouth. Eructations from the Stomach,
Bilious Attacks, Jaundice, Pais ia the Kidneys,
Highly-Colored Uriae, and Internal Fever, Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant Purgative Pellets are unsurpassed.
Furthermore, 1 would say that their action is uai
versal , not a gland escaping their sensitive impress.
Age docs not impair the properties of I Sese 1'tllets.
1 hey are tugur-coaied and inclosed ia a: ass bottles,
their virtues thereby being pntmmj unlmpalnu
for any length of time, so that they are always fresh
and reliable. This Is not the case with those pill,
which are put up in cheap wooden or pasteboard
boxes. The daily use of two Pellau has eurtd the
most obstinate cases of Scrofula, Tetter, Salt-rheum,
Erysipelas, Boils, Blotches, Pimples, Sore Eyes,
and Eruptions. They are, however, recommended
to be taken in connection with the Golden Medical
Discovery, in order to secure the best results.
The remedial management of those diseases
peculi'ir to women has afforded a large expeii
ence at the World's Dlstiensary, of wbloh Dr.
fieroa is tne cniei consulting pnysician, in aiiapt
Ing remedies for their cure. Dr. Pierce's I kv
oiite Fiescription ia the result of 'his extended
experience, and has become justly celebrated for
Its many ana remarkable cures ol all loos chron
ic diseases and
Favorite Prescription is a Powerful Restorative
Tonic to tbe entire system. It is a nervine of un
surpassed efficacy, and, while it quiet nervous
irritation, it strengthens the enfeebled nervous
System, thereby maturing it to healthful vigor.
1 he following diseases are among those In which
the l avorite Prescription has worked magio
cures, via: Leucorrbtoa, or "Whites," Exces
sive Flowing, Painful Menstruation, Unnatural
suppressions , Weak Baek, Prolapsus, or falling
of the Uterus. Anteversion, Retroversion, Bear
ing Down Sensation, Chronic Congestion, In
flammation and Ulceration ol the Uterus, Inter
nal Heat, Nervous Depression, Debility, Des
mandncr, sntl very many other chronic diseases
peoular to women, but not mentioned her.
The following Ladles are a few of the osaay
thousands who can testily to the efficacy of Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription, from experience
a Mrs Cornelia Allison, Peosta, Iowa, Mrs Thos
J Methvio, Hatcher's Station, Ga; MrsT A Sey
mour, Rome.N 1 5 Mrs Francis I us wick, Ver
sailes, Ohio; Mrs Lsroy Putnam, North Whar
ton, Pa ; Mrs Mary A Ilunolt, Kplna, Mr Mrs
Mary A Frlsbie, Lehman, Pat Mrs T X Gill,
Cbillicothe, Ohio: Mrs Harriet E Malone, West
Springfield, Pa; Mrs R Hiatt, Emporia, Kan;
Miss Louise Pratt, Dodgeville, Mass; Mrs 1. A
Dashield, Norfolk, Va ; Mrs C Allison, Proctor,
Iowa ; Mrs J N Vemon, St, Thomas, Oat ; Mrs
S C Moian, Vil North Howard eticet, Baltimore,
Md ; Mrs Lucy Caliman, Barnesvtlle, Ohio, Mrs
Nanoy McNaught, Jefferson, Iowa; Mrs L U
Stemrod, Friendship, S V ; Miss Ellen (lady,
WcnUkl'1, N Y; Mrs Anthony Amann, Verona,
N Y : Mrs B N Kooks, Grand Rapids, Mich) Mrs
II Webb, Watertown, N Y. Thousands of ref
erences ean be gives at the World's Dispensary.
T w D V Pimii. la tba. ula neAnrlBln aaA
manufacturar ef the foregoing remedies, all of
which ars sold by druggista. Ue is also the
Author of the People's Commoa Sense Mediesl
Ativiaav, V nui v. nvwriy iww iuwhw swo. ,
with two hundred snd eighty-two wood -engravings
and colored plates, lie has already sold of
Over 100,000 Copies!
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H. 6. TAYLOR. Vice President.
W. UTSLOP, Seo'y and Treasnssr.
P.W, Barclay, Chas. OAuuHaa,
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R. H. CtrasinoHAJS, 17. L. Haljjdat,
J. M. Prnxurs.
prntRKST paid on deposits at the rats ot stal
a. per cent, per annum, aiaren 1st ana SeptssB
Mr 1st. Intea-eat not withdratrn fa addad irnnu
Uately to the principal of the deposits, thetebj
f"" -im-y tntveqt i i ;
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Married Women and CTilldrenrntj I
x'otisBii money ana no out
else oan draw it.
Ana-fl aiVAV hnslltasiasis4 ttavasjaasa m I 1 as aSa
yuuivoa.w, uaau saw. VV BBJC,
n 1 Satur lay evenings for savings ckposlls osalT I
IUUI O KlOU UAUTal.
W. HT8L0P. Trwaatom.
. noao, rreeiuens. n. neus, vatmer. ' I
P. Keif. VleePrea't, T.J. Kantu Asst. Cash's I
um m mi,
C Jrner Ccaunerolal At, and 8th Btrss ,
F. dross, Cairo. Win Klnre, Cairo.
P. Neff. ( Alro. Win Wnirw r.!nv
A. Susauka, Cairo. K, L. Biliiagaly, at. Lsuia I
a., nuaer, cuiro. n. wriis, Cairo.
F. H. Brinkman, St. Lenta.
J. Y. Clcmson, Caledoaia.
aV Uetnernl Manklns; Baalneew Daas
EExchange sold and bought. Interest yaiet
u uie oaviugs lo'partiueni. tjijeoiioaa
no ail ousinesa uromuUV attended to.
Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphla
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoah, BhawnMtown, Xrans
vme, iaOuiBvlile, Cinoinnau
and all way landing!.
The elegant slds-wheel
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t WUJ leave Cairo every WIDHXiSAl at
. u cioca s, iu.
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Leaves Cairo every SATtiaOAT.
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poie suHi xsew vrieans, ana as svanavtiM wua .
inelt. AC. B. B. foraUMmMNortkaad Cast. ,
andwlththe LoulavUl Mail Sleansers gaHals
points on the Upper Uhio, giving Uxroasihs
flolDta on iVaia-hlai and uumimh tn all awtlnaa
For urtber lnrormatloB arolv to -
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kaawn that wlUeure ConsumpUoa) as)4 all.
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eonvine f om that tney ars no httttisMf, w
wllltorward to ovary suflerar, ay asti ,
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