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AJruai iniiirnvt nient
oaiaa orifluvy pus
A foothill, heiiliiip.
pain killing ai'Ul in oiie.
Via manufacturers received t!ie,liif-het and only
v.,ird riven to Porous l'la.lcrs ut the Centennial.
" o unrraeit Henvnr Capcine Plaster to be supe
,0 !' "tur Porous I'liiKlerxMnd loall liniment.
ASK THOStTaVIIO KNOW
Ai-k aiiy physician If Hfiifdn- Cupclne I'ornus
I lustur Ik not tlio tjfi-t plater In I In: world. Till
remarkable, iirticle.was Invented to overcome the
jrri at . l,Jwt!(, b1hi.jh fmind to the crdina.-v norou
plater oi slow auiou in brlnKlng relief. "
' .LAM 12 HACK.
T or lame and weak back, rheumatism, troubles of
ti-. plii anil kidueys, it In a truly wonderful renio
ilj. I'liy-lil.jjK cvcrynbcrc recount- lis eient hi
perlorlty t otle'r porous plasters uml to ull llnl-tii'-nt.
It relieves pain al once andcuri:ii quicker
loan any known pia-ler, Uulmvnl or compound.
( A T I T I M T THERE are dam-emu. and
'?'1y worthies Imitation oi
JtetiBoii it ( upei.-ie plaster In the tmirkt.t. The u-n-nine
bare t'n word rapclne"' tut through each
plaster. Hold by all druittishi. Price i emu.
JV!K)IrXVr.M WINLS AXD LIOl OUS
U.HUUclh. Frcdollii KrnK.
Su(. cnors to K. M. :ocM.Mh,
Import uml Whoinalo dealer in
Foreign and iKmiostic
LIQUORS AND WINES,
hbine. Kelly Island, Catawba, California and im
ported Port, Sherry, Mcdara Wluca and vbaiu-
.G2 Ohio Levee. Cairo, 111.
Wlr-tli: and Retail Dealer in
Foreign anil Domestic Liquors
Wines of all KuhL-j.
NO. (JO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SMYTH t CO. haveionstsntlv a larpe
atis-k of the best fixel. in the market and uic
uncial atleuliou to the wholesule braurb. if ihe
STEAM 110 ATS.
N 0. Anchor Line from Cairo.
KJU NEW ORLEANS AM) WAV LANDINGS.
And the maj.nlCccrit, eel aud reliable
A J. CUSTER
Leaves Calm on Arrival of Evening Trains,
M:tturfl:iy Dit cnilx-r JJlnt, 1 M"
Tre ne side wheel Krclcht and IVs-n.-rr sl-amcr
H.iturlay, Divs'iiilx!- Uth, 1-7m,
To be followed by the elegant and prcdy
A I tC 11 IK WOODS
. . ( lerk.
H;tturd;iy, JutMiiiry ltli, 1H7H.
t.iic or tnr annvrnnmi'fi no.in Mi leave inn Anchor
l.lno Wtinrf llont, lout of Slxlli nt.-i'ct,
CurryiiiR rrellitand I'lmieuu 'i" Ut all polutf South.
Any nnil all Inquiries byU'tlcr or person w ill be
protupty ultei'ded t.i.
AddrcHK, THOMAS V. Sllin.ns,
Anchor I.lne Wharf Boat Culro, lillnoii'.
t. liOiiN, Ciiiro anil lulttr;ih racket
f rr.KNMa sirKvvii'-".Ki. krkiuht am l'.vs-
cSu DK SM1-:T, S2a
.KtlTN ItltUNKIt Mauler.
,;u!i.N I.KAWKN Clerk.
l.eaven Cairo every Wcdnpuduy RtiSp.m. fer l'udii
fhh. Loiivea Calru every Tlittrntlay nt i p.m. for Kt.
Kor freight r paffiio apply "n 1 liillldev A Plillll'
whiiri bom, or tu Ji.Mi:. liKUi.S, A(.'eiit.
Ml, Ohio U'ven.
Kor Columbus, Uickiimn uml New Madrid
JOSEPH AMBKOS Master.
I.EAVKS CAIKO EVKKY
TUKSI)AY,TH11HSI)AY and SATURDAY
for fn'li'ht or piimhcu apply on Ilalllday ! 1'hll
llin' Wbai l'liiml, or to
JAMKS niOOS, ARenl,
tf. Ohio I eveo.
(jAIltO CITY FKllltY CO.
THREE JSTU STATES.
IRAVIK I.KAVr.a I.RATBM
l oiirlh t MlMourl Und'R, Kentucky Ld'g,
h a. in.
Ki.m) a. m.
II a. m.
S p. m.
i p. m.
W a. m.
lift DAILY BULLETIN.
KVR.'IY KOIlXIN'll (MO.'.OAYH EXCEITKOI.
(C'lee: liiiMrlin llnildlii, WashliiKfoa Avimiiic
(S u h tt o r t p 1 1 o it KuIoh:
Il.illy (dellveri'il by eiiri itrn per week $
Ilv mail ilu advance) olio jrur ID w
x inoiilh" 5 ui
Tbr ( moiitliH 'J M
Ouk irionth 1 W
I'.v trail l In advance) one year $ 3 l"l
Six UIOIltllN 1 li
Tlirvil lliolltllrl U)
To clali of ten and over (per copy) 1 ji)
)'oi'tne in ull Vina prepaid.
A tl v o v t i h 1 n Uittou:
Kirnt ln rtlon. per I'limre I Id
Mibr.'(pi!!iiLl!iMi:rtiolin, perKjuure Wl
Kor one Vieek, per Hj'uire 3 M
r or two week . per kiiiiare 4UI
Kor tlir.'ii week", rt W
Vnj one rnonib 7
LVli addltl jnal Hiuunr 4 IX)
V'lrt Insertion, per Kunre $ 1 W
Siibieiiui-iit liiKtrtions W
Eiht limn of ml Id nonmreil constitute a fnare.
Uinplated advenlxement will ba cbarjjcd aeeord
in; lo Ihe hihcu occupied, at above rule there be
iiif twelve linen of colld type tn the Inch.
To rejmliT dvcrtlem wis oifer niperior Induce
mentH. both an to ratea of charges at.d mauuer of
dlnplaylni their favor.
Local notice twenty cent? per line for (Iret Infer
'.Ion: tea cent per line fur each luhiviiuciii luser
tlon. i.'oinraiiulcatlon" npon mhjeclof (rener.il Inten-nt
t the public ar" at nil time acceptable. Rejected
mntiiieriiiii w ill not he returned.
b'lter und rofiuniiul'-atlonii should be addnmrvd
' Cidro Itiilletin. Cairo, llllnoi "
CONTINVLD FUOM FIRST I' AO B.J
toward lim now, when unwonted voiced
were lward in the hull, tli Btpps of two
men, and the tup of a cane 'on the bare,
"'i he occupant of this tenement," 8'iid a
voice, Jim now recognized us liis landlord's,
"is tin eccentric young man, who bourds
lihnMflf uml fiU))iorts an invalid uncle."
"Kap, tap, rap," went the cane on Joe's
Joe, unaccustomed to receiving company,
was a tritle discomposed, lie pushed the
luir out of his eyes with Ids wrist, and, stiil
grasping the blacking-brUbh, thicw open
"Mr. Sampson, Mr. Sterling," said Joe's
Joe bowed in a dazed sort of way, hold
ing his glittering hands away from contact
with his clothes and swaying the brush in
"Mr. Sampson is alout purchasing this
building, nnd is inspecting the tenements,"
explained the landlord.
"I think it seems to me, that I've
met you before, young man," said Mr.
"Yes, sir; I'm the Sterling that clerks in
your store," said Joe. humbly.
"Bles me, so your are! Sturges attends
to the store mainly, ami I don't have much
chance to know you boys. So you live
here, do you? You re-al-ly do?1'
"Yes, sir. And this is my uncle, Mr.
Knowles," said Joe, nodding toward Uncle
William, who was beginning to bristle nt a
Mr. Simp-ton bowed; giving Undo Wil
lsam a glance thut pretty accurately took
the measure of that gentleman.
"And you live here, Sterling, n'nd support
youruncle, ehf" said Simpson, bluntly, and
to I'ncle William's offense.
"I do, sir," said Joe, proffering his only
unoccupied chair, and motioning one of his
callers to the lounge. "Our apartment
cant be called elegant, nnd all things here
about aren't exactly to our tastes, but it does
very well and we're quite comfortable."
"But really re-al-ly, this is quite extra
ordinary for the present day for the pres
ent day. Quite extraordinary!''
"May I ask what salary wc are paying
you?" continued Sampson, looking about
the room. ;
"Five hundred a year, sir."
"Ami I understand excuse me young
man, but do I understand that you support
yourself and uncle with your salary, exclu
sively?" "()h, dear, no sir!" said Joe, misunder
standing Sampson. "I shouldn't be will
ing to spend all my salary. Wcput nearly
two hundred in the bank last year,"
"Mr. Sterling," said Sampson, looking
Joe sharply in the face, "do you wish me
to understand that you and your y.ncle
lived on three hundred dollars last year?"
"Certainly, sir, and lived pretty well,
ton; didn't we, Uncle William?"
"Pretty well," said Uncle William, faint
ly. "You know, sir," continued Joe, "it isn't
the necessaries of life that cat up the boys'
salaries s ; it's the extras they like, and
some of which they must have, unless they
live a little mora quietly."
"Hettir live more quietly, then," mut
"As for myself," said Undo William,
"I won't deny that it comes hard on me. I
don't blame Joe, but it isn't what I've been
used to. I was once a man uniting men,
even as you are, sir; free and easy in re
gard to money matters, und with no ex
pectations of being brought down to tliis.
I'm nearly helpless, sir; I'm a great suffer
er, and I'm
"Yea. I sl'o I sin," interrupted Sainp-
nnii, Impatiently. "I beg pardon, Mr. Ster
ling; I'm greatly interested. May I usk
what tiro your expectations?"
"They're not great," said Joe, abstracted
ly( rubbing the blacking-brush over his
liund. "Mr. Sturges promised a rise in
salary If I did well, and then I've thought
mat II I did well, perhaps perhaps there'd
bo more rises. Clerks do progress you
"Yes; I know," said Sampson, milling.
"Then I'm hoping to soiim day obtain a
plciisanter home, and better medical aid for
"I Wish you siuresM, young num. I think
CTTlRO BUIXETIKi' WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 1 1879.
I must speak with Sturges about this case
yes, I will speak with Sturges'. I don't
care to look further n't these rooms, land
lord." Sampson made a respectful bow to Uncle
William, u most respectful one to Joe, ar.d
it in bled out.
Joe resumed his stove-blacking, clatter
ing the covers more merrily than ever."
"Sturges," said Sampson to his partner
next morning, "what kind of a fellow do
you call young Sterling?"'
Tiijliable!'' firmly replied Sturges.
"Ami we payiflg him only five hundred?"
"I'm going to make it six this year."
"Make it seven; and, if ho bears that
well, increase it by another hundred next
Sturges open his eyes, fj.impton gave
him a little recital; nnd, before the end of
theyear' Joe was in such a position that
Undo William began to have a glimering
perception that, mediately' good did some
times come to himself.
"My dear'said Sampson to his wife, on
the 31st of the next December, "there ' that
young Sterling, of whom I've told you so
much lie seldom leaves his uncle, evenings,
and appears to have few social pleasures.
I think I'd better invito him to dinner to
morrow. In many respects he's au cxc( j
tional young man for the present day
for the present day, an exceptional young
So it happened that, on the next New
Year's day, Jou made Uncle William com
fortable with cold turkey and plumb-pudding
ut his right hand, and liniment at his
left; und, having attired himself in a brand
new suit, made by Pete Zimmerman
skipped up town to Mr. Sampson's. Not
withstanding his half-dozen eccentricities of
manner, he created an excellent impres
sion, and thereafter rapidly grew into favor
in high quarters.
Five years from thaUtimet Sampson liad
gone out of the business and retired to
Mound City and the firm had become "Sturges
& Sterling;" Uncle William the growling,
ill-natured old whelp, had so far recovered
S3 to be able to take care ot him
self, and was soon rc-installcd in his old
pluce as cleik, in Tat Fitzgerald's Horse
Mansion. As for Joe, he had greatly im
proved in looks and manners, ceased to do
his own cooking, and was making slow but
sure progress in winning the affections of
rMiss Nell Sampson.
Hosts or Pkopi.k ark Mauttks to
siek headache, that infallible symptom of
a disordered stomach, liver and bowels.
Many suffer from it as many as three or
four times a week. They do so needlessly,
for llostetter's Stomach Bitters, by toning
the digestive organs and regulating the
bowels and liver, removes the cause, and
dispels the painful symptom. The intimate
sympathy between the brain and the abdo
minal region causes the slightest disorder
affecting the latter to be reflected, ns it were,
in the organ of thought. The reform insti
tuted by the Bitters when the digestive,
secrcctivc and evacuativc functions arc in a
stati! of chaos, has other and more beneficial
remit?, viz., the complete nutrition of the
whole phy; ical economy, the restoration of
appetite and lepose, nnd an increase in the
power of the system to resist diseases of a
Drunken Stckk. How many children
and women are slowly and surely dying, or
rather being killed, by excessive doctoring
or th ) daily im of some drug or drunken
stuff called medicine,, that no one knows
what it is made of, wlio can easily be cured
and saved by Hop Bitters, made of I ops,
Buchu, Mandrake, Dandelion, w iich
is bo pure, simple and harmless
that the most frail woman, weakest iu
or smallest child can trust in them.
you be saved by them? See other coltmn.
You Must Ciiir. that t.'tiion.
Sliiloh's Consumption Cure you can
yourself. It has established the tact (that
Consumption can be cured, while for ('irighs
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthinji,ttnd
all diseases of Throat and Lungs, it is abso
lutely without an equal, Two doses will re
lieve your child of Croup, it is p!ea.-iint to
take and perfectly harmless to the youngest
child, und no mother can eflord to bo with
out it. You can use two thirds of a bottle
and if what we ay is not true we will re
fund the. price p dd. Price 10 cts. 50cts.
nnd $1,00 par boi:!o. If voir Lungs are
sore or chest or back lame use Shiloh's Por
ous Piaster. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
Have you Dyspepsia, arc. you Constipa
ted, liiivo you a Yellow skin, Loss of Appe
tite, Head Ache, if so don't fail to use Shi
loh's System Vitalizer. It guaranteed to
relievo you, and will you continue to suffer
when you cau bo cured on such terms as
those. PricolO cents, and 73 cents. Sold by
Well's Persian Perfume "Huckmetack"
is rich and fragrant try it. Sold by Barclay
Brothers. ,r , . .
LETTIH CO LK MAN'S LAUNDRY.
Mrs. Lottie Coleman has reopened her
laundry on Fourth street, between Washing
ton and Commercial avenues, und takes this
method of informing her old friunda und
patrons that alio is again at their services,
and solicits their patronage. Shu has re
duced prices to suit the times.
Dr. Harper, who owns thn famous run
ning horsn Ten Broock, says that ho shall
not again enter him for a race. The animal
Is inc.xttelleut condition, lie has been re.
moved from the training stable to the stud
farm. A week ugo ho weighed 1,M3
From t!io I'.tt IllluoUan.1
Did you ever think what a nice arrange
ment it is to have Christmas and. New
Year's days break into the dreariness of
midwinter? It may tax the pocket, but
who dot s not receive an hundred fold upon
tiie investment? Smiles and good humor,
'"id joyous looking are contagious, and al
most before we are aware, the surliness
that care tnd anxiety begets has vanish
ed. Our pockets nre filled with toys, and
our backs with evergreen- and hlcds, ani
wc lie awake pondering with real pleasure
over the happiness that will come to the
little ones ns they ris's in the early morn
ing and gather in the treasures which they
have longed and prayed for; and which are
nil the more acceptable from the mystery
of their coming. A great many good, con
scientious people feel it a duly to early
drive all the romance of the occasion from
the minds of the little ones, under the plea
that it is a i'tlshood we arc teaching in de
ceiving them as to the source of gifts.
Which of the wise moralists can nstime
that the veritable spirit of Santa Claus did
not visit and inspire the giving of every
gift? There are more spirits in the air anil
more angels hovering over happy homes
than arc dreamt of in mir philosophy. If
we would ottener sit Bt ill and listen, wc
might make fewer mistakes than wc do.
Bin we only wanted to say that we like the
glad preparation for the joyous holidays.
We look in upon the happy groups as the
light flows from the winth ws, and we echo
the wish that the holidays may ever be
bright days in our calender; when old and
young can lay aside care nnd forget all
sorrow and join in the glad festivities.
Franj Xuy York Star.
The penalty of thin shoes is cold.
The penalty of popularity is envy.
The penalty of tight shoes is corns.
The penalty of a public dinner is bad
The penalty of a baby is sleepless nights.
The penalty of marrying is u mother-in-law.
The penalty of a pretty cook is an empty
The penalty of a godfather is a silver
knife, fork and spoon.
The penalty of kissing the baby is half a
dollar (one dollar if your are liberal) to the
The penalty of having a haunch of veni
son sent youis inviting a dozen friends to
come and eat it.
The penalty of interfering between man
and wife is abuse, frequently accompanied
with blows from bot.i.
The penalty of remaining single is hav
ing no one who cares a button for yon, as
is abundantly proved by the state of your
The penalty of buying cheap clothes is
the same as that of going to law the cer
tainty of losing the your buit and having to
pay for it.
The penalty of a legacy, or fortune is
the sudden discovery of a host i f -relations
jou never thought of, and anuraberot debts
you had quite forgotten.
The penalty of lending a book or
an umbrella, the certain loss ot it; with a
horse, the lamest chance of ever seeing it
back again sound.
To ill who are suflcring from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, ewly decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will seid a recipe that will cure you, FREE
OF CHARGE. This great remedy was
discovered by a missionary in America.
Send a half-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Jo.sF.ru T. Inmax, Station D. Bible House,
New York City.
CAR MACKS AM) WAGON'S.
COMMERCIAL AVE. between FIFril aud
8XTU BTS., CAIKO, ILL.
TJOrtSE SHOEISO a upecl.tlty. Kcpairlnir of all
-11 kind of vehicles iloi.e tieiiilv ana nn xlmi-t
tlce, at the lowest possible cost, ; !v
MITl'AL Alp SOCIETY.
ERA! EUREKA I '
SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
; WIDOWS' & OKPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society
Orsraiiizcrt July UUi, 1!I77, I'mler the Lawsol
tue State of Illinois. Copyrighted July
9, 1H77, uuilrr Art of Congress.
WILLIAM srtlATTON, I'nEsttutNT.
Mas. I A. TAYLOR, . . Vicc-I'aRHiuitNT.
J. A. OOLDSTIN K, TltEAHCRKB.
'Da. J.J. (iOItl)ON', . v Mcu. Advisor.
HIO.MAS LEWIS, - - Seuiiktaiiv.
BOARD OK MANAGERS!
.I.J. OOUnoN, Physician Cairo, Ills.
.Mm 1'. A.TAYLOli, Hapurlnleudcnt of
S(ho)l, Alexander Counly
Mrs, K. c. KURD, Variety llruckel Ktorc, "
,1. A. UOLDhTlNK, or Ooldstlno Ho
fitiwnivr, Wholesale and Retail Dculuri
In Maple and Kuticv Dry (Jowl
N. II. TlllbTI.Kvs(K)l), of ilinklu A
Thistle-wood. Coiniulisloii Merchants,
Cotton H ii it Tobacco Factors
8. U. AYK1IS, of Aycra A Co,, Cummin-
THOMAS LEWIS. Insurance MunuKiir
tM Attornev at Law ,
W t BTKATfON, of titration & Bird,
Cit: . M, ALD11N, Commission Mer-
rl int, TS Ohio Levee.
JA- ri. KBAKDh'N. Aitent Mlssls.lppl
i Hi'V Transportation Company. "
HA I KlsoN HOLl'T, Watchmaker aud
CIUS. K. HTUAKT, Wholesale and Ko
t el Dry Goods aud Notions
Em Aid) A. RUDER, MauufitcturlnR
Je'elnr and Wholesale Dealer la
WtchimikoiV Tools and Materials..,. "
EDV IN It. KONISW, I'roprletor Bt.
Cb rlei Hotel
IIA ON LKIUHTON, Commission Mer-
Dr. DWAItl) It. ltOK. U. 8. Marshal
So" ihcrn District Illinois HprlnktMd, Ills.
Mrs. . A. AYKKH Villa Kh1, "
Dr. K M. URItillAM, I'liyslrlan.. Indianapolis, Ind
.IAS M. (JUL ATT, Real Kstuto
DAVID C. WELI.H. Methodl.t
.(Iraiul Junction, Tnn.
OltOCKIUS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
STHATT03 & BIRD, .
57 OHIO IXVEE.
AGENTS AMERICAN rOWDEICOUP'Y
W. KntATTON. Cairo. T. Bntn. Mlsaouri.
JACOB WALTER, ,
Dealer in Ircsh Meat.
Ilirtwi-ori "Wuehinxton atuj Com-lnoi-ciinl
Av., tuljoinina IIannyn.
Ir.F.rS f(,r sale, the best Reef, 1'ork, Mutton, Vi al,
lv Lamb, siansaze. Ac., and la prepared to rve
funllWn Id nn acceptable manner.
PAINTS, OILS. V ALL PAPER. ETC.
Puints, Oils, Varnishes, Brashes
Window (Has.?, Window Shauw, Etc.
Alwaya on bund the colobrafcd iu.t.i!CATrso
Bros' BuIMlog, Com-1
nifieirtl Ave.. f
ALEXANDER COUNTY BANK,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
P. BKOSR, President.
P. NEKK. Vice-President.
II. WKLLS, Cashier.
T. J. KKKT11, Assistant Cashier.
P. Bros. Cairo; William Klnee, Cairo;
Pcu-r Neff, Cairo; William Wolf. Cairo:
C.M. Oslerlnh. H.I. Billlnp-lcy. St. Lonls;
r.. Duner, v airo; j. i. ticmsou, Calodonia.
4 GENP.RAL BAN KINO BUSINESS DONE.Ei
I change sold aud bqnclit. Interest paid in the
Savlnits Department. CollecUona made aud all
ousincss promptly aitenaea lo.
rjiHE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
W. P. HALLIDAY, Presldont.
II. L. HALLIDAY, Vice-President.
WALTEK UYNLOP, Cashier.
i. STAATK TATUm, w. P. It ALI.tDAT,
IIKMIV L. I1A1.U1I.T, K. II. CPNNINUIIAM,
O. O. WILUAMsON, HTKl'UkN UlUll,
H. It. CANllKK.
Exchange, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Deposits received and a general banking hnnlncs
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS BANK,
Chartered March 31,
OFFICE IN CITY NATIONAL BANK,
INTEREST paid on deposit March tst and Sep
tember 1st. Interest not Ithdmwn la added Im
mediately lo the principal of iho deposits, Iheroby
Kivluu thou compound iuteret,
t-Vriilhlrrnaml married women may deposit
money and no one else, ran draw It.
WALTER 11YSLOP, TitKAsntKn.
PROPRIETOR QV SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholcwilo Dealer in Ico.
ICE BY TIIE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
TACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Ixnids a Specialty.
Cor. Twclftli Street and Levee,
JJLACK CRAPE VEILS,
NO MATTER HOW OLD, RCSTY OK FADED,
Re-I.)yrd nnd Dressed Equal to New
KAHTOX Ac CO..
VU?'fT W?T" TltEET. CINCINNATI.
If-irdi;r of ihreo yard of Crape or noward
reiiirned ri,K.ir KM itKM rnair.Hr. ?
25r-;,(7rAP. w:,h "mnlOr. Plain nnrnl
N, V S "m ,l)c- U"" o ndiloB,
10 l 01,h,:lit501', EMINENT MEN ANt
; r ,n 1 '',u act column STORY PAI'KK
forlOcenls. National Weekly, Washlu'oi 5, .
WANTED A ,it)0,2 A0KNT 19
f ,s Kl ii. ,,',lro'" Cio HlljlltlllnS Kiwna,
Tin , ,",:,;:,"i"C""M-hold arllchi lu tho vorta
1 ip lop proCts. write at once to World Jlunufactor
lnK Company, Clinton I luce, NV.V. i,u,"i"u-xur-
AKNTS READ THIS.
VVo will pay Ajrctils a salary of 5100 per montk
our new and wonderful Invmitlons. We mean nbat
waeay. Addres.. wlthont rtehiv. "'i"n
HERMAN A CO.. Marshall. Michigan. '
vJ!,I ,A , AM'V;n' '-hilmrnt will posl'Wely prfl.
ei.tlhistiriihlediH-nse. and will positively turn
hessc t freo by mull, ihm't delay a momeut.
1. h. JUj1.SO.N A (,i., Rancor, Maine.
CELEBRATED THE WORLD OVBR,
The manufacturers were awarded tho hlcbeat
aud only medal kIvcu rublHr plnter, at both
tha Ceiileunlal and Purls Kapositiotia.
PAR SLI'KRIOR TO
Common poroun plasters, llni.uenls. the. no
called electrical appliances, tie. It Istbebtwt
known remedy lor Lame and Weak Back. Rheu
matism, Female Weakness, Sciaticn, Lumbago,
Diseased Kidiu-ya, hpinal Coniplulnls, aud ail
Ills lor wblcli porous plasters an used. Ask yonr
DrupKlst fler.son'a Cpadue. l'oroua VUsters
anil see uini vuu yei noir.lll else.
drncslsta. Price '-'.'i cents.
Mulled on receipt of price, by
Johnson, l!l Piatt street, New York.
Sold by all
The Grea t Diuretic Componnd.
Is a sure, quick remedy for all diseases of the K14
nuya, Bladder, and t'rliiarv Orejaus. exlstlna ettlwc
In male or female. As, Irritation, lhflanimat!oa.or
l lceratlon of tbe. Kidney and Bladder, tiravet,
Stone in the Bladder. Heddish or Brick-dust hll!
r?1 lnr. Vri".1'' .Thick, Clondy or Ropy
Lrlue, Painful Crinathjr. Bewettlnir, H.
ff.'i" , ,KIt"o,lnJ,.Urr Wwoareoa. Morbid Irri
tation of Ihe Bladder and l ielhra. Chronic C
tarrah or Bladder, Suppression, retention orlo
continence or I rine, Diabetes, Dropsv, Ormate
eakness Knm.ile Complaints, nnH all Chreaie
Maladlen of the Lrlnary and teul Oreana.
Thousands can attest to Its woudertol euratlvo
properties In these diseases.
For Ni rvous Debilitv, with all It gloomr attend-aiits,--Di7.lness.
U of Memory, i U.w SpirlU.
ac.lt Is a sovermn remedy. .
KMOLANpEICH BUCHU buoy, up thaenrrm
ted system, Impiirltni; new life aud vih,rous-tio
vlorau d ytlum b,,con,inU trtnstllind and la
Be sure and ask for Smolnnder'a Diclm Inttak
upon having It, and tuke uo other.
PRICE SI.OO. SIX BOTTLES, 53.00-
For sale by all Wliolesnle nnijclaw ln Cklcaoa.
and Medklno Denlera tteuerallv.
DEMO REST'S MONTHLY.
hf I.K.N l)U ATTIUCT10NS!
A lrund rillllhUinllm, tf Ion ...... , .
n lul and the beautiful, with lino art encra-
lll;-S ttlld (lil lllotun-s 111 i.seh It,,... o-.
tree, early $;. with an nnennalcd i.n.mlnm i .
llride, IBxai Inches, mounted ou canvass; trauanor
tallou 50c. extra. Semi postal enrd for fdll partlcn-lai-s.
Address W JENNlNtiS DKMOREST, IT
hast llih St., N. Y. Do not fail lo sue the aplemlUt
January No, i
rjpiIE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY t
CRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
Ih kill. ..li. Ilu ,....
TiiPWi 'al'liiR cure lor
AA.. -S.-millll It e,ikni.M
Tt' 3 sperinntorhea, Im
'i f J I'oleueyl and nil
tVf,y liiseuses th:it fol-
NJi-' low us a seniieure
on selfaluue! us
, l.os of Memory,' Vs
Baforu TakinirT:!!.. ''i!! ".I'.'Aftor TsUm.
Back, Dimness of tho Vishn. l'ri'innt lira Old A -e,
and Diniiy othur diseases Unit lend to I nsanlty. Con
sumption and a rr' iuutme t;ruve, all of which av at.
fultt urn lli't eiiiiw.-rl l,u ili.i i, I, i. . .....i m
..... .. . .. VJ ..... ,.,itK iiuiii lilt; tnin O
tmlura and oter lnduli;enre. Tlei Specific Mudiciu
in nn- nisiiii in u me siuuv arm innnv years of ui
perielice III treatim; these .iecitil riiwusea.
Kull luirlli-nlnrH In ..nn .....,.i.i..,u ..i.i.i.
, i - , ,' r","lt,l, i-t "iiitmiOOT-
slrit lo send Ire? by mull to every one.
i ne oi- i.c .neuiciuu is sold Dy an druKisIs at
; i. , ... ..... ,.uVnH. ,Ui .i, ur sin im,
seal by mull on receipt of the money hv addremiav
Tllli liHAY MEDICINK CO.
, , , ""-'",nic s niock. Dethoit, Muar.
fs-Sil(l l',i.,... Ill K.. u u ... 7T.
. .' .., wj 1MI, U. OI.-IIUII.UI.
"y Dm ttg i s ts f ve rv wb ere. J
i-IUIE ONLY 23 CENT
AG UIO IlIAtKDY
IN TIIE WORLD,
A saltf and reliable! substi
tuto for Quinine. Tho reafc
tuneless medicine lor all di
seases caused by Malarial
Poisoning, being a preventa
tive as well is a certain reme
Dumb Ague, Aue Cake, Re
mittent. Intermittent FeTCJK,
Kidney Coinnlaint, Dysperia
aud General Debility; the best
general tonic for debilitated
systems. Price 25 cents her
box. Family boxes $1,00. Sold
byt Druggists. Mailed on re
ceipt of price. V t . ' ,
DUNAS DICK Co., to "Woomn Strxit, Mr
Yniia. Tea coot luplanatory book mailed ft0 tav '
Hold by BARCLAY Bl.'03., PAUL 0. SCHOB
Drutiilsu, Cairo 111.