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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLEf Iff : WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 11, 1878.
Capcine Porous PJas
on ttu hi ill imrj- iuf
pain killing agent In one.
Tim manufacturer received the highest and only
award tien to Porous Plaster, at tbit Ont-riuisl.
We warrant Hciiaou'a 4 vl no Tinnier to be mi p
rior lo ill other Purou Plaster unci to all liniment.
ASK THOSE WHO KNOW
Ak any phyidrlaii If i1cuon'a f apc.lnn Porou
Hauler l not the. best planter In Hid world. Thin
I mrWalli article win Invented tu overcome Ihu
!irfl objection always found to the ordinary porou
pi&ator vl alow action In bringlni; relief.
for lame and weak hack, rheumatism, trouble of
tin. auti.a and klduuya, It U a truly wonderful rime
i:y. I'll) lc.lu everywhere rerogntr.n ii great il
tii'riurlly Id other porou plaater and to all lini
ment. It relieve inln al once and (Urea quicker
than uii)' known plaster, liniment or compound.
( 1 A T TT I ( V THKKK are d.ngcroii and
VViYU 1. IVil t worlhloaa Imltailnna of
llenanu' ('aiicinn Plaster In the market. The gen
nine havu ihe word "Capelno" cm through eucb
platter. Hold br all dragglsla. Price 5 cent.
rj'IIK ONLY !.". L'KXT
IX THE WORLD,
A safe and reliable substi
tute for Quinine. The great
tasteless medicine for all di
seases caused by Malarial
Poisoning, being a preventa
tive as well as a certain renie
Dmnb Ague, Ague Cuke, Re
mittent, intermittent Fevers,
Kidney Complaint, DysjM'psia
andtjeneral Debility; the best
general tonic, for debilitated
sytenw. Trice 25 cents her
box. Family boxes $1.00. Sold
by Druggists. .Mailed on re
ceipt of price.
Dl'NAH DDK 4 Cn . tt Wminnii hTHiiT. Vaw
oux. Tcu cent explanatory book mailed free on
i-oldhy HAItt'LAY BUDS.. PAl'L ". SCHL'II.
irutfglsta, Cairo III.
rjMlE GREAT ENGLISH I(EMEI)"v f
(It AY'S srfXIVIC MKDICI.VK.
la apcclally recoci- (RACE Ma,
mended an an nr.
falling ure fur
Seminal W cakmx
pntency, and all
liiseasc that fol
low a a sequence
mi elf-ah'i: a
l.iw of Memory,
l'nivcr.il LaMf.. nv:
ll.de, Pain In Ihe"'4 Ulg.
'. tt, Dlmm-wiof the Vialon. Prematnr Old Age,
..iid many oilier disease that h ad to Insanity. ( on
nptinii and a Premature Urnve. all of which as a
rule are f!rl caused by deviating from the path of
T alurc and n.ir iiidulgciiec Tim Mpeclflr M iticino
1. thu re-tilt of a life sludy and tunny year of t v
i nonce lu treating thee special diwi"
Full particular In oi:r pamphlet", which w i!f
to e'inl fro" 'it mall to evcrr ore.
The Specifr Ste.lt. Inc. Is wild bv all druggf.! al
$1 p"r pickax, or sli pnrkau'" for ?.". or will lie
e M by mall on rereli.t ol the moni v lv aililr 'iiiir
TIIK liltAV MK.fiU INK hi.,
So. 10 Mechaiiic'a I'.lock. )KTKiiT. Mini.
fe-Solil In 1' iirn, III , bj 1'aui. S. hi 11, anil
!. Jlru;i'l euri w':,'!!'.
so (Ti JiT k oTiK ! v 7r7i v7;
hospital. 1K7 Kt VahiiU'tnn atrwt. CIiIiiil'o, for
.an tar of all private, rhruuie ami epvrlal ni Mi'K
.Skiuihai. wkaknchii. Nf.iivura Iikhu.iit and Ij"T
atailiKin. p rmsnently cured . llr. ti. in a finluale
f the lu form Si lmol, and ii'ra no nvrcnrv; ha the
Ii'5i-t irni tire In the I'nlted M.ueii. i.aitira re
oulrinit Ifi'atmeM. xltn homo ami iKiard, cull or
wriUi. Kvere ronvenk-nre fur p tiU'lll" Send fifty
ccnta for MAItlllAtlK (il'llfK '. r.5 pairi til n-trtat -I'd.
Married ladle, and c'litlemen m nd fifty cent"
rir smpln of ruliher imhU and circular of import
n,t infiirnnitliiti hv epre. ('onultnlion fr.-e and
runndcntiil. lleil.iilv Keroule I'ille $. a box.
non, loaaol vitality, pniniittire wcalinea. enerva
tion of mind and hoilv. dUnrdi-r of the brain ami
nervo'i" av.teni. and nili ri' r''nltlni therefrom,
neeilly cured liv HATK"' Sl'lU'IKIC. 1'repared
ly an e'nilnent pli'.lclan: a cac, s for .'.: aold hv
i:r.u..'i.ta. l-'ur tlrnilnr Willi full narlleulara. ad-i!t-
lilt. HATl'.S. Ji:i Mt.ile etreet. ( lili-auo. III.
5.1 f)AAsA'-"V. Permanent naie.men want
. I ZIMM aVr a.-lt Stnple tlooila to dealer". No
cAk,uv peiMllmr. Kjpcnaea pnlil. Aildrena
S. A. CHAN l' i CO., 3, 4, U A b Home St., Clli
J.tiOI.I PI.ATKII ATCIIKS. Cheapiit lu
INaVh world. Simple VA'at-'h Free to Aifnia. Ad
' Jtri, A. COl'l.l'i:i &C) . Chicago. IH4
I T r M) MOHI'HIN K IIAtllT (TKKI)
) IlliU'l'" original and only alimlute
" cure. Send ulamp for honk on
tltim Katln, lo W. II. Squire, WortlilnloKO,
lhlAlncd for new Inventloiia. nr fur Improvement"
on old unea; for modleal or other ronipnniKla, Irndo
'mirka and luhel. Caveut". Aaaltimenta. Inter-f.-ri'iieaa,
Ap'illa. Sulla lor InfrliitfeineiitM, and
all raa arlainil tinder the I'ntent I.awa. prompt.
Iv nttetideil to. Invention Unit have been
1 1 p I ii(fM.'Mliylliel'iilelitlt)liMi miiyatlll.
Jll'jtl VAj 1 lit' lu moat caea. be liiitented liy
ii lielnKOppo-lt" Hi" l. H. Patent lieioirtinenl,
imd iMiiriiKed l I'nt-nt Imaliioaa eeUn-lvely, we cn
mnko Sloaer aeareliea, and aixure Pnleuta more
promptly, and with broader rluunn, than thoao who
are reunite, from Waidilnijtnii.
I VirUVTH'O "'"'I u" hiodel or aketch of
I il V J JiN I'MlOyiinr ilevleei wu make ex
ainlnntloin and advlni ua to piiteiitiiblllty. Iree of
elmrae. All lorripondi nce alrlctly rotilldenllnl.
P'ieea low, mill mi charge tinleaa Piilent la aecured.
Wu refer in Walilnnlon. to lion. PoMiniialer
lleiierul II, M. Key, Uev. V. 1. Power, '1 be tlernian.
American National Hank, to oflldnla In the it. H.
Patent tdnne, and In Kitiatora and Hepreaetitiitlvea
In Con Bream and ecpeclallv to our client in every
auulo In l)ie I'nluti mid III Ouniidu. Addreaa
O. A. KNOW & CO..
i lirmlte Patent Ofllert, WiihlllKton. D. (!.
, (lilKAFFFEU FOR
I TOLI DAYS!!!
We will dnrlllK tlia IIOMIUVM tllannan of KH1
I'MNUN and UlfllANS at KX I'ltAOKDINA ItV
l.'iVV price for nah, Hplemlld tiruan. 4 S h acta
of Med, furi, Hael with Sub Him Hlld Coilpli'i'
""t :. 1 ell(l. I et fin, 7 Octnvnall Koaewood
I'liinu .MHO, 7 I H do I III. viiiri'iitited for SIX venr.
it.M VMKo. lllilclruted Cnln1oi.ile Mnllctl.
Wtid.'iit Imlf prlcn. IIOIIACK WATJ'.li'S &SON8,
V.-uinrm tutrre mid llculcn, U) iiio-l Mill St, S. V.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
O.tli e : lliilletlii BulldlnK, WasliliiKtoii Avenue
. CAIItO. H.LISOIM.
Hit bucri p t Ion Uutuai
Dally (delivered ny carrlcra) per week '
Hy Diidl (In adviince), onu year lll.il
six mouth '. f'"1
One month l.
Ily mulIMn advaneni.one year J3.0H
Hixmonlha 1 11,1
Three nioutha -
Tu club of ten and over (per ropy) l bi
J'imtuUO lu all cum prepaid.
Ural Inaerlioti, per aquurH Jl.rtl
SuhaeiHeiit inaertloiia, er aquure Ml
For oao week, per aquiirc 8.0h
Por tvro wvekn. per aquare ( SI
"or llireu week., per wuar .()
orone month, per aquan: 1 1)
Kauh additional Muur 4M
rlrl Inacrtlon, per aoiuarp $1.00
9uh-i; Urnt liiMTtliiiin DO
Klfht II lien of Mil Id nonpareil cnnalltute a square.
iJlhplayed advertinemenia will he charged accord
ing to the apace oernpled. at above raten- thuro bc
iis twelvu llnea of aolld type to the inch.
To reirnlar advertlaera we offer auperlor Indnce
oienta. boih aa lo nilea of char'a and manlier of
di'pluyln their fovora.
Lk h notice twenty ceiita per lino for flirt Inner
ilou; leu t enia per line for each anbbaequunl inaer-
C'limmnnlcallonaupoii aulijrcta of ijeneral luterent
to the public are at all time, acceptable. Kcjcctcd
niiinuwrlpt will not b returned.
I.i-it.TH and communication), ahoulil bo addrearcd
'I airo Ilnlletln, Cairo, llllnola."
Janiea Howard .New Orlcaua
Mary Miller Clnclunatl
John (illmore andbarca New Orleana.
H. 8. If hea Nunhville
Kd Pone Ohio River
Jame KUk .. I 'ad 11 call
. St. I.ouin
.fame. l'ik Padnrah
T. T. Ilillmaii New Madrid
Colorado ...St. Lonla
Mary Miller St. Loula.
John tiilinore and bar"e I nner Miaaiaaippl
II. 8. Khea .Natliviliu
Name. l'rom. l)etlnallon.
Jameapi.k Padnrah. Padurah
Myl holreand harea St. Iouia. NewOrleana.
City of Helena St. I,oul. Vlckahuri.
Ste. I. eni viin' St. l.oni. St. I.oui.
Slorm and tow New Orleaui. St. l.mil.
H' II' of St. I.onla Memplii. St. Loui
M.r. iloiiaton New lirleau. Cincinnati.
HI VF.lt WKATIIF.lt lit SI.M8.
Tin' yrtugn hiA nii;nt nmrkol 20 f'( t, a
(leclino of one inch.
Tlif woathrr during the Inttcr irt of the
diiy was clear ami pleasant.
The Jim in retuly for business.
The Golden Rule win due down lust
The Fisk liud u tnndcMte cargo from
The Ilillman (jot away for New Madrid
with a ftir eao.
The Mary Miller, with a good trip of
freight and moderate jmssenger list jms-ied
for St. Louis alxnit noon.
The Oitff was due ye.-terday Imt hail
not (ilio-Au herself at the wharf at dark. She
lias a hig rargo of cotton for Cinrinnati.
It is wid there is a prohahilily of the
War Eagle and Golden Kagle, two of the
moHt popular limit .s that stop at (he port of
St. Iniis, coming to Cairo and running in
the New Orleans trade during the freeze
up this winter.
Tin IM. Pope, n little steamer hailing
from the nt'irjhlxirhood of Wheeling, after
bringing it couple of produce boats as far
as Louisville is now on her way to Ilatehie
river, on the lookout for something to lo.
She passed this port yesterday.
Til 2 Colorado, from Vickslmrg, cam - up
yesterday morning. She put oh" 2,200 sacks
cotton seed which goes to Chicago over the
Illinois Central, and after getting from the
Howard 4247 barrels molasses consigned to
Mathews Si YVhitakcr, St. Louis, took her
The James Howard arrived late Mon
day night, and without delay set to work
getting rid of her cargo! She brought for
reshipment fiOO sacks sail, 2" bbls riee, 247
bills and 2 kegs molasses, 87 hhds sugar,
13 bbls oranges, 2 casks claret, and .'JiU
sacks cotton seed.
The Jojin Giltnore arrived from below,
yesterday morning. She goes on up the
Mississippi until she meets the Grand Lake,
with which boat she will exchange tons
nnd return to this port, to await the coming
of the My Choice, whoss barges she will
nlso take, then proceed to Xew Orleans.
The My Choice will go hack to St. Louis.
The Howard, just now, Is even twiro at
tractive, to Cuptain O'Neil than usual, made
ho by tho presence of Mrs. O'Neil and hia
daughters, Mrs. ltobinsmt, of Huston, Mm,
Houseman and family, of St. Louis, nnd
Miss O'Neil. Mrs. Housetnun returns to
her home on Friday. Mrs. and Miss O'Neil
and Mrs. Robinson will visit New Orleans,
making tho round trip on tho Howard.
Captain Tom Hyman, with tho new
Cairo and Nashville packet 11. 8. Ithen, ar
rived in port after dark Monday night.
This being the first tho maiden trip of the
Illiea, it of course becomes us to endeavor
to give our readers some idea of what she
is iwido of and how hIio looks. YV'o will
therefore begin with the remark that slut
is n beautiful little stern wheel packet
1 02 !' feet long, ill feet beam, 44 feet
hold. She has two engines, 14 inches in
diameter, nnd feet stroko. Her boilers
tire steel, and tire two in number, 20 feet
long, 4S inches in diameter, which inform
ation, coupled with tho fact that the Ithca
Is of but 400 lon.t burthen, will give our
rentiers Romrt idea as to whether she will get
ulong right lively nr nut. Above she is
very pretty; lier cabin is beautifully car
peted unci furuM-cd, wlillu u superb grand
piano, the present of Mr, 11. S. Ithca, of
N tshvllle, whoso tiaine the boat bears, adds
much to its adornment: II r stateroom
arc twenty in number, and are neatly nnd
comfortably fitted up. The Khea was built
at JcH'ersonville, and is tho property of
Captain Tom Hyman nnd J. S. True. She
is officered as follows: Captain Tom Hy
man, master; K. M. Marshall, first clrcrk,
with T. M. Galligheras his assistant. As h
whole, laiat and ofiicers, ' we know of no
better outfit than this, and wo therefore
have no fears as to Die success of the Ithen
and all connected with her.
The Cairo ami New Orleans Anchor Line
is nown n established fact, and our citizens
urn to lie congratulated on having so fine it
line of boats terminate their trips at Cairo's
wharf, The boats comprising this line fire
the finest on the Mississippi river, besides
being the largest, the combined tonnage of
the three being over seven thousand tons.
They are the James Howard, James O'Neil.
master, Archie Woods, clerk; John A.
Seudder, A. J. Carter, mus
ter, Garrett Hulls. clerk, and
City of Alton, Horace Uixby, master, Wil
liam Masson. clerk. These gentleman fire
all thorough steamlKiatnien, and are, there
fore, fully up to the wiwts of both shippers
anc passengers. The advantages to be
derived from this line, will be readily
peeived by our merchants, ami shippers,
who will not fail, wc hope, to supply the
patronage which it deserves.
"May your troubles only be little one.
and mav von always have Dr. Bull's
Baby Syrup handy." said on old batche'.or
to a newly married couple.
Flohida. A throng of sufferers, with
coughs and colds, annually go south to en
joy the ethereal mildness of the land of
flowers. To them we would eay the neces
sity of that expensive trip is obviated by
Compound Honey of Tar, which speedily
vanquishes the coughs and colds incident to
this rigorous clime. For public speakers it
surpasses the Demostheric regimen of "peb
bles and sea shore;" clearing the throat un
til the voice rings with the silvery cadence
of a bell. Use Compound Honey of Tar.
Price 50 cents a Ixittle. Barclay Bitos.,
Whf.s used for Rheumatism, Sore Throat,
Lame Back, Neuralgia, Sprains, Bruises,
Cuts, Contracted Muscles, Stiff Joints, Corns
and Burns, on human beings; and Spavin,
Ringbone, Galls, Cuts, Scratches, etc., on
animals, Coussens' Lightning Liniment is
unequalled, and its effect simply electrical.
As its name suggests, it is quick to relieve,
and thousands bear witness to its astound
ing virtues. Barclay Bhos., Agents,
Don't Elect Graut.
A WAR AND THE F.X TF.RMINATOH (IF THE
COI.OIIF.D RACK WOt'I.D FOLLOW.
A writer in the Columbia (S. C.) Regis
ter says of Wade Hampton who is "cast
in the mold that gave to the world a Wash
ington and a Lee." und w ho "sits pano
plied in his own virtue," where the "shaft
of malice can not harm him. nor the flat
terer's adulation spoil him" that "South
Curoliniia dare not lose bis invaluable
services until the great battle of 1880 is
fought and won." Tho writer, therrfore,
opposes Governor Hampton's candidacy
for the United Slates Senate. The article
If the Republican party elects Ulysses
S. Grant President in 1S80, the whole
country will be again convulsed by a war,
the terrors and the magnitude ol which
will far exceed the most fearful examples
of history. The South, measurably recover
ed from her losses, having undisputed swny
over her entire territory, would bo united
as one man to resist the insolent military
tyranny which Grant would at once attempt
to establish. But having within her own
borders a large negro population, ruined
by the teachings of the Radicals who so
long ruled them, and encouraged by the
incitements and inducements which North
ern emissaries would oiler to their ignor
ance, the South would be compelled either
to remove them from thu laud or to cxtem
inate them. Deportation would be impos
sible, because the power of the Federal
Government would be to prevent it. The
navy would establish an embargo upon the
export of netrroes, and the South, without
maritime power and perhaps with mari
time allies, wcuhl be unable to remove
the i!("Toes to another country against
their own desire. The negroes would not
willingly leave the South, to which they are
naturally attached, especially as tho North
would probably offer them inducements
to remain whiiM the boldest pen would
hesitate to utvr. Total exterminations
of the negro won 1 thus become a necessity.
This could not be done without danger to
the whites. Even a worm will turn when
tread upon. The natural ferocity of the
iiegro nature, lonu siibducir by slavery, at
first social and afterward politicial would
exhibit itself in the burning homesteads
of the white man, and in other horrors
too fearful to contemplate. Tim work
would be short amt tho end certain; but
before it could bo accomplished untold
miseries would accompany thu bloody
crusade. These are the dangers which
overhang tho country should the Repub
lican party place General Grant in the
Presidential chair in WO. We have not con
templated tho possibility of Republican
victory without Grant. We think the
signs of the times show as clearly us any
human judgment can compass the inevit
able tendency of Republicanism at the
tho North to Grantism.
MisuitAiii.KNKss. The most wonderful
and marvelous success, in cases where per
sons are sick or pir.ing nwny from h condi
tion of niiserablcncss, that no one knows
what ails them, (profilablo patients for doe
tors), is obtained by the Use of Hop Hit
ters. They begin to cure from the first
doso nnl keep it up until perfect health nnd
slrciigtlt is restored. .Whoever is nlllictcd
in tills way need not suffer, when they can
get Hop Bitters. S:e "Truths" tin; "Pro
verbs" in another column.
Qi'F.iiY. -Why will men smoke common
tobacco when they can buy Marburg Hro's
"Seal of North Carolina" ut the suine price?
I hereby irlveu lo Nellie Oafl'ne.v.Tlniolliv(i8n"iiey,
William (alltiev and Marvliatliiev. that Iiiiibel (our
n ey liu tiled a podium iignliiM them for partition of
the pu iiilne di crlbed in aald petition, which villi
ia now pendinit In thu Alexander circuit court, and
ill ut uinmnn ha been homed In aald "hit Hgalnut
you. returnable on the flint day of the next Jauunry
term, 181 II, of unlil Alexander clrcnlt court, lo he be
gun and hidden at the Court houau In Ihu city of
Cairo. Alexander enmity, llliuola, on the flral Mou
dav of .Jantiarv, 18711.
Culm. III., Nou mlicrlll, 1818.
.INO. A. ItK.RVK.
Clerk of mill court.
la hereby ejven that default bavluc been made for
more Hint Mtv Ua in the payment ol'a portion of
Hie amount aecured lo be paid by a morttfaeo exe
cuted by Max Kitehne and Michael Jtiugnielcr. to
Hamuul stimt Tavlor and Lilnln Parnoim, Tmtcc
of the Cairo Cllv Property, dated Au'oiat fitli, A. I).
IKj, uml recorded ill the Recorder s ORIee. lu and for
Alexander eounlv. In the Slate of llliiinl. In Hook
IS of Dei rt, on page 01, Thu linderi(,'iifd. the auc-
eevaoroi mini irtOMce, win on aiuruiy. ine nn nay
of January, A. I).. lHTU. at HI o'clock In tho fore
noon of lliat day. nuder and by virllio of the power
of nilu ciiiitnined In raid mortgage, aell al public
auction, to the highert bidder, for canh. at hi oAkc.
corner of Washington Avenuu and Eighteenth
alreel. In mid City of Cairo. In Alexander county
and Stale of llllnola. all the right, title and intern!
of mill Max Km hiie aud Michael Jiingmeier. or
their aign. in and lo lot numbered 9. (nlne)ln
block numbered 73. ("evenly Ihreei. lu ald City of
Cairo, according to the recorded plat thereof, with
the appurtenance, to aalbfy lliu purpoien and con
dition of raid Mortgage.
Jlated. Cairo, 111., November 36th, 1878.
8, 8TAAT8 TAYLOR.
Trule of the Cairo City Properly.
1 hereby slven that default navlng been made In
the payment of the amount "ecured lo he paid by a
certain mortgoge or deed of trusl, executed hv Pal
rick Clancy and Mnrv Clancy, hi wire, lo John l.
Hnrman, Trutee. dated tho Ut day of November.
A. IL, IsiVt, and recorded In the Recorder' Office, in
and for Alexander county, in the State of Illinois, in
Hook M of Heed, on page 11, etc., the undersigned,
said Trustee, will on hulurday, the ltb day of Jann
arv. A.H. 187fi, between the hour of 10 o'clock A.M.
and S o'clock P. M., of that dav: to wit, at 11 o'clock
A. M.. under and by virtue of ihe power of ale con
tained lu aald mortgage or deed of trust, aell, at
public vendno, to the lilghert bidder, for cash, at
the t'ourt houac door, in uld City of Cairo, In Alex
ander county and State of lllinol, all Ihe right,
tilluand luterent of auid Patrick Clancy and Mary
Clancy, hi wife, or their assign. In and to lot num
bered 111, (sixteen), in block numbered 0, iixi. In
naldCltvof Cairo, according to the recorded plat
thereof, with the annurtcnunrea. to atlfy the imr-
poai und condition of said mortgage or deed of
Datt. d, Cairo, 111.. November 2fith. 1TS.
JOHN H. HA KM AN.
1 hereby given that the default having been made
In the navment of the amount aecured lo be paid by
a certain Mortgage or Jleed of Trni-t executed by
Dennl Ilevlne lo John IJ. Harman. Truteo. dated
lllh dav of October. A. I), lstit. and recorded in the
Recorder a Office, in and for Alexander county, in
Ihe Slate of Illlnol. in Rook L. of Deed, ou page
Mi. tc, the undersigned, aald Trustee, will on Sat
urduv the 4th day of Januarv A. 1). MTV. between ihe
hour of 10 o'clock A. M. and o'clock P. M. of that
day. to-wit: at 11 o'clock A. M. under and hy virtue
of the power of aale contained In aald Mortgage
or Deed ofTruat aell, at Puollc Vendue to the high
est bidder, for Cash, at tho Courthouse door, in
said City of Cairo. In Alexander county and Stat of
lllinol. ail tnc rignt, tine ami intereai oi miiu uen
ni Duviiic or hia asln. In and to lot numbered
17 Seventeen) In block numbered (1 Sixl in aald
City of Cairo, according to the recorded plat there
of, with the appurtenance, to satisfy the purnoe
ami condition or salu Mortgage or iieca ol trust
Dated Cairo. 111., November '.Kth. 1S7H.
JOHN O.. HARMAN.
J ACOB WALTER,
Dealor in Irosh 3f cat.
Urtwoii AVusliinnton find Ooirv
morcial A. v., adjoining Ilaimys.
KEEPS for sale the best Reef, Pork, Mutton, Veal.
Lamb, bausuge, and I prepared to nerve
famines in an acci plaeie manner.
EV YOKK STOKE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX TJJK CITY
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
Cor. Mneteenlh atreet and I P'til'M 111
Commercial A vu., UilU t7. I JJ.
C. O. PATIETl Ac. CO.
WHOLESALE WINKS AND I.NJIIOKS
; Wholesale and ltctall Dealer In
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wine of all Kinds,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESH1IB. SMYTH CO. Imvo constantly n large
stock of the best Rood In the, market and give
epi:liil uttoiillou lo the wholesale branch 1 the
v. V. stoekhVth.
Stockfleth & Uross.
8ao; usor to F. M. fltockflclh,
J nijioi'ttM'H uml 'VhnluU (louliWH In
Foreign anil Domestic.
LIQUORS AND "WINES,
Illiino. Kelly IkIiiiiiI, f'litiiulm, California and I rat
ported Port, h hurry, Meduru Wine and ( liiiiu-
No. 02 Ohio Levee, Cairo, 111.
A lirund combination of thu ontertalnlna. thu
ni fill and tho beautiful, with finn art entfrav.
In? and oil picture in each Mo, 1'rlre U.V. pout
free. early ftf, with au iineqnalud premium, two
aplendld oil plctnrea, Hock of Aea and Tho Llon'a
llrlde. l.'ix.'l hiche. mounted on canva: trannpor
tallon Wle. exlm. Send po.tul card for full particu
lar. Addrea. W. JKNNINWM I) E Moll KMT. 17
Kant 141 h HI., N . Y. Do not full til aeu the aplendld
I'M I U NMJltBE liY,
A Monthly Magazine for Yoiiuttcst Header
HlTEltBLY ILLI'STIIATKI). Hend 10 centa for
a specimen copy and Premium-List, biihscrlhenow
and get last numbers of this year Krue.
Jtlll.N I,. hllOKKY,
aii llromficld Street, Huston, Mans.
Decorative Paper Hanger
P A I N T K II !
A SPECIALTY MADK OP
Glazing and Kalsominin;.
I'ave Order at Harcloy' or Parker'a Book Store.
Kiyrhth Street, notir Commorriitl Avenue.
V. RESCII, PltOPKIKTOH.
Having started a first-clans Bakery, and placed a
flrst clas St. I.oul baker lu charge,' I am pri pared
CAKES OK EVEHY DESCKIPTIOX.
from the tilalncrt to the runst elaborate klud. anil-
able for weddings, ball, etc.; also all kind of
Hreacl, Plea and I'astry, at the very lowest rale.
Order will be promptly tilled. A delivery wagon
w ill run dally to all parts of the city for the accom
modation nl customers.
A ahare of the public patronage la solicited, and
Sign of thu Buffalo Head.
No si). Ohio i
KOEHLElt BROS., Proprietors,
.JOE ABKLIj, Agent.
A full and complete mpply of the bet. of all
kind meal alwaya ou hand, order nihil nl uny
hour, day oruiht.
The Cairo Rox and Riwket Co,
Flooring, Sid in;.':. Lath. F.tc
At the very lowest rates.
Having a Heavy .Stock of Lojrs on Hand,
We arc prepared to
SAW OUT SPECIAL ORDERS
On the horteat otico.
Cracker, Cnndv. Pack I nit Boxes Htnve, Headings
FLO UK, GRAIN AND If AY
llialiest Casli Prico Paid for Wlipflt.
Tf yon are auflVrlnc ff"1"
inn on a bed of alckties
poor health, or langnlah
Hike cheer, for
Ifyoii are linply nlllnj;;
dlplrited, without clear
Hop nittorn will
If von nro a minister.1
sell ivlth your iniHtorliil
out w ith cure una work,
lion imtor. win
If von urn ft man of hu
striil'u of your everyday
ters. toll I ii u over youi
Hop 1IU.tM'M win
If you r yotiiu!. anil!
rrell'oti.or are urow luK Un i
Hop mtuu'si win
H you are In thu work
desk, anywhere, and feel
elenuliiK. Umlngut' stlm
lf you lire old, unit yotn
nerve iinsteiidy.Hiid yodr
Hop Hlttoiaj will
Try IIOPCOIHIH t riti:
For Mala by all;
will C'tiro you,
if yon feel weak und
ly knowing why,
uid have overtaxed your
lutles, or a mother worn
Ine, weakened by the
lilt In; or u m ii u of let-
'tifrnrliict from uny Indls-
lust, us I often the. cane,
1 totlovo you.
hop, on the farm, at the
Hint, your yteiu tieeil
.iliillng, without liiliixl
W'lint. you NoihI
iiilln i leeine, yonr
mlvo you now I lib
NI) PAIN UIlt.tKF.
25!rN.(:iVl'A,.uW1"1 nmoinc. Plain ortntd
atyhj.. Agfa ouillt Klc. Hull ft t:0. UndaV.r
A UKNTH WA XTLll-For the htt aud larat
CHuti X! ' yXT"'"M i'MIUWIIKa. 4'P.,
TS' i ('OOD MAN KOIt EVEHY HTATK
i .ii m' '"lt",ty I'iV1" "I'"' i "fair snlarv paid,
", ig U 1 " M"nfl' Co" m
AHEAD ALL TIIK TIME.
i ne very bet (roods direct
from Ihe importers at half
i the usual n,.i u.ui ni.
ever offered to Club ABviita,
pre ( barge PAID. New term free'"' '
TIIK (iHRAT AMEItlCAN TEA CO,,
P. O. Hot. .:,. Ml mlra Vv.ey HI. New York.
AGENTS READ Tlfis.
Wo will pay Agent s salary of $( per month
ami expense or allow a large coniml.aioii U Ml
our new and wonderful Invention. We mcau what
weaav. Adilre... without delay. "en,r,uwn,a
MIEHMAS A CO., Marshall. Michigan.
. . O .UHHVUVl
..Awarded kyUtt priw at Cauieaalal Kinmliaiu Mr
i rhnmi, ,uUat aad ftttlUnti m4 im mo am.
1. '' T""t"""f fnairiKti. Th. Ic-.l lohamw.
Imitalrd na infsrior iood., an, thai Jwlvm't Bnt li
,.,nv. our uiu. atrip ir.rt..miirL mp1,.i
i;a irlrr. S.ad for .ample.
'". loC.A. Jioaaoa & Co
ur... i sieraonrg, f
NEW RICH BLOOD !
PftrUfinA T'ltrrrnllv.i Tlltl. ...1. ai.i
a I ill l , luvn IWMfl,
.......... iVtJ timiiijc mi- nivuq in in mtirn
J.vJt;m lu thn-o montho. Any powon who wtU Uk
1 1,111 n.ph nl..l,t Cnn. 1 ... , t .
to aound health, If ucli a thing bo posslblo. 8nt
by mall for 8 letter atampa. I. S, JOHNSON CO.,
8 A N"oiulri'ul HouttHly.
mere i no compartaon-between It and the
common slow nctineporoua plaster. It Is In ever;
, 1 r ' "ln r "icruBi ronicnuw i
clnding lluimeiit and the so-called electric ap
pliance.. It contain uew Medical clement
which in combination with rubber, posses thu
most extraordinary pnlli relli vlng.slri r.-theninir
and curative properties. Any physician in your
own localltr wilFcmfinn Ihe ahovn auitement
For Lame Hack. Rheumatism. Female W eakueaa,
Slnbhorn nnd Negjeclcd Cold and Cough, di
eased Kidney. W hooping Cough, Affeeiiona of
the Heart, and nil Ilia for which porona plaster,
are used, it is simply the best known remedy.
Ak for lletison'a Cpaclno Porous Plaater and
take no other. Bold by all druggist. Price A
cts. Heut on rurolpl of prlre.hy Heabtiry A
lnhnnn.ai l'lutl trct, New York.
VOBAVKCinOD IIKiLTil THEI.irEB
MleT UK K KPT IN OltDh'U,
V i apprmuar.n '
2avV a. cnuici a
Wp amphltiaaildrru Da. SAsrosi), Mew Voffc.
The Great Diuretic Compound.
I a nre, quirk remedy for alldlenc of the Kid
ney, Waddi r, and Vrlnary Organ, i'xitlur .Ithnr
in male or female. A, Irritation, Inflammation, or
Vlceratloii oT tho Kidnev and Illadder, drawl,
Stone in the Hladder, lleddlsh or lirlck-dnat Hedi
nieut In trine, Thick, Clondy or Ropy
t'rlne, Painful Vrlnaiing, Hewrttlnc, Mu
cous and Involuntary Discharge. Morbid lrri?
tiitlon of the llludder and I'rethrn, Chronic Ca
tumid of Illadder, Muppresslnn, retention orln
coutlnence of I'rlne, jllahetes. Dropsy, Organic
Weakness, Fem.ile ComplHluts, and all Chronic
.Maladies of the I'rinary and Neiuul Organ.
Thonsnnds can attest to Its wonderful cnrntWn
properties III these dlrensea.
For Nervous Debility, with all It gloomy attemt
nnts, Dizluea. Ixis of Memory, Low hpirKa,
Ac. it ia a koverign remedy.
SMOl.ASDEIt'S llt'CIlir buoy np the enerwi
ted systi'in, tmpartlng new life and Ugnroua actio .
thu whole system becomin); strengthened and la
lie sure aud ask for Suiolnniler's Ituchn. Iiuit
upon having it. and lake no oilier.
PRICE 81.00. SIX BOTTLES, $3.00.
For sale by nil Wholesale Drngi'leta la CkicaRt,
and Medicine Dealers irencrullv.
TIIK MOST AGREKAIJLi: TOXIC ANB
Kvi'r Oiloivcl to thol'ublio.
TrP WU,I,'lmPm'l, v"1' n!iii'tlto, fudli
J t 1 UJJ'i tut.,' ingestion, tivftonn IoUa
nervous svst .".in, viior to every part of the body.
TllKlir.UV iMrAUTINU IIbatii anii Stukniiii.
THE HE IS
NO I i KM i : I )Y so a OOD
For Languor and Debility.
Tlie mediciil fiictilty Indorso It for Dyancpiia,
Jimndice, Nervous Debility, Los of Appotltc, and
all illscuse iiriflng from u Disordered Liver orrtlo
iii ut ti .
Person llvlni; la or visiting section where Ma
Icriu, Fever aud Ague, llllilon Fever, &c nretlm
cliarai leristir diseases, slioiilil he provided with thlw
Miluulile medicare. It I u '.ire preventive forall
iilliiieiitsuriiiiiirruin inularlul causes- Ilia a pro
one of the best lie medical Agent which the aciune
of l hemlsliy has pliueit at the dlspusiil of the phy
sician, coinlilncd w itll other valiiulilo tonic, deli
cately flavored Willi choice uromutlca lo please tho
Prico Ono Dollar per Dottle.
For sale bv nil the Wholesale Di ti:gll InCbcal-
go, nnd Meillclne Deulers generally.
Il.lil'H'I'llATKl) SCIKXU'IC NEWS.
ILLUSTRATED SCIENTIFIC NEWS.
The new volume hfjlna Januarv I t. ism. ISpara.
IUIciiIiiuiii. full of Illustrations of New Imprnv.il
Machinery, Tool, Implements, Patents, Appara
tus nnd Prucessi. Willi valuable Work Shop Ilinua
and Family Uecclptu Plain, popular and reads bio
nit icle liom t lie best writers ou Mourn and In
dustrial Art. Also a Ll-t i.r Allowed Patent, with
thii inline and aiidrcs (,f each Inventor, a new feat
lire to begin Jiiunury 11, id eapeclul villus to In
ventnm and Puletitees, not found In any othar
Tim Ii.i.I'sTratkii Ki'iKNTirc Nl!' ha a luritoclr
culiitlon. One vultnne nmkes about JUKI pitBW.
prliiledon flue paper for only One Dl ar a year,
Ich In eltlb. Specnens supplied, Hnberlptliaja
entered new lid end ol vent laTH. Aildn'.
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III Spruce HI.. New Yuri.
rpo INVKNTOI1H ASDM1XI1ANICH.
PATENTS And how to obtain them. Pamplet of
ffl mure free, upon receipt ot Htiiuip for UtUK"'
' Ail(lre OII.MOUK, HMITII CO..
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