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(Japcino Porous Plaster!
on tUn ordiuary ior
luiu-ktlllij egual lii one.
The maiiafacturere received tLo hlh.t and only
ward Riven ti Porous Plaster it the Centennial.
We v.arrant Ilenson' Capc.lne I'limti-r to lie upc
r.'A Id all other Porou Planters and tu all llniracuta.
ASK THOSE WHO KNOW
Ak my physician If Benson's Ctpr.init Pornn
Plaatar Is uot thu best placuir In Ibu world. Thin
remarkable article was luventcd to overcome Ilia
Mat ulijcctlou alaay found to the ordinary purxui
puwteruf slow action In bringing miitf.
Fin1 lame and weak back, rheumatism, trouble of
the aplns and kidneys, li la a truly woh'Ii mil r iuo
y. IMivsiciiiis everywhere nconiae It ureal n-1-erlorlty
u other pnroua plaster .and to all llnl
ti kt. It rc.levi t pain at once and euro quicker
;heu a:i) known p iuu r, liniment or compound.
P VITTTfaV TlIEUKaredari(;cr.)nand
VVY U 1 1 V ll worthies Imitation of
rlciiion's (. p, irio I'lv-ter In tli marki-t. The Ki n
ulua havn tint word "Capclne" cut throiiKB each
planter. Sold by nil draicrfola. PHco i cuiila.
WHOMSALX VI IS iH AND LIQl'OKK
V K.KiitteUi. rrrdollnHro-v
S'fOCIvFLKTII fe IJliOSH,
hriwn to P M. BtoekHeUtt
Important ami T boUulti Healer in
Poreii and Doraeatir-
LIQUORS AND WINES,
Kline. Rally Ialand, Catawba, California and I in
ported Port, be wry, Uidara Wluua and I bam
pigae. No. G2 Ohio Levee. Cairo, 111.
Wboleeai aad IUUul Pselerl la
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
"Wmos of all Kind?,
NO. 00 OHIO LEVEE.
MU RVmi A CO. have constantly a lere
stock of the bl gKd In the market aud (jive
special attcnUon to Ui ) wboleaala branch af llie
V. 0. Anchor Line from Cairo.
rOR rtKWOKLKANH AND WAY LANDINGS.
Aud lb meTilllccut, fleet and reliable
1 J CAKTKR ....
Ira tea Cairo on Arrival of Kvcrjlug Treius,
r-iiiturdHjr Dim-cuiImt 5Jlt, 1h7h,
TTi Baa ld-whrl Freinlil and 1'asaecK1 1 Hcitmi r
SSsi CITY OF ALTON;
Saturday, yitvinfn-r U"th, ITh.
To bn followed by the elegant and tpcudy
JAM ICS O'.NKII
AKoiiiii woud.s .
!-ftturdiiy, Jnnuitry dtli, l?!-".
ri of thu aove nami d lmntM will Ii dvp thi Anchor
Line Wharf llu.it. luoluf rilsili urn t.
fTtrrylug Krclybtand i'aaacni:('ta to uit polit Sotilh.
Any and aM In'iulrlcn bylcliur or pcri-on will lie
prouipty atlendud to.
AddreoK, THOMAS W. SllIKI.nS.
l.'ontcn tlii:' Afi'tii.
Anchor Lino Wharf flout Cairo, tllluoin.
t. Louis, Cairo uiid I'ailuciih racket
.; TLFX I H D SI I W i f K K f. FUKHIIIT AM) PAS.
hK(iEli PACK I.T,
01!V ni'.UNRU MaMi-r.
Oll.N LKAMKN.... Clerk.
Ix-ivcr Cairo ovory Wedticaday aUp.iu. for Pitdu
rb. Luavci Cairo orury Tbumduy nt 3 p.m. for Hi.
KiirfHilKhtarpiwaaBe apply on Halllduy A Phllllpa'
Tbarr iioat, or to J AMliS IIIW.S, Ap'iit.
kv, Ohio Levue.
For Columbus, llit kmiiii uiul New Madrid
T. T. HILLMAN,
JOSEPH AMimOS Mavtcr.
LKAV1SS CA1U0 KVEHY
TUKSDAY.TIIUItSDAY and SATURDAY
for fmltftit or paitHHKi) apply on Hulllday & Pbll
llla' Wbarfboat.or lo
JAMKS HKIUS, AiK.
".4 Ohio l-neo. .
()M0 CITY FEUItY CO.
THIJEE isQ STATES.
Mvia lAvaa uiavaa
T wit 1'oitrili at MUaourl Laud'if. Kentucky LA'g,
K a. in.
10 n. in.
i p. in.
H:W a, m.
W:IM a. m.
U a. in,
S p. in.
ft p. ta.
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lly mull (In advnucc;ou yxur Id
Six niontlia 5
Tlireo luoullia..' 4Wi
Una liunitb IW
Hv mall (In advance.) nu year S S
Six niouilia 1 Ml
Three month Mi
To cluba of ten and over (pr copy) 1 SO
I'oittuKe lu all cae prepaid.
yVdvortlNlnK Kit tow:
I'lrM liiirtlon. per pquiire 1 (0
S!iWnentliiertlo!H, peraiuaru M
Kor ono wei'k. per iiia.-e 3 U
Kor two week, per aquaro 4 H)
Kor three week, C l
Kor one tiifin'li 7 I"'
Kacliaddltl jlial Kjuare 4 UO
!lrt ln( rtlon, per imre $ J W
Snhriiifiit hiHiTtlon. M
Kl;ht IImv of volld ncnpurell constitute qnar.
liihpla)cd advcrtiaenieiit will be charged aieonl
lug lo the apace occupied, at above rale there be
Uk! twelve line of .olid tvpe to the Inch.
To reuular advertiner we offer anperlor Induce
muni, both a lo rate of churRc and manner of
displaying their favor.
Local notice Iwentv ci'nt per line for first l:icr
'Ion; teu cent per line for each ulife.tiei.l lumr
tlon. (.'ommunlcatlon noon anhjactaof jencral lnlerct
to the public are at all time acceptable. Rejected
miiniKcrlpt will not he returned.
letter and communication should he addressed
'Cairo llullelln. Cairo, lliiuola "
On th Pacific coast tit? av?rii'," utt-:nl-nnct.'
of Chinese boys ami irln iiin tb';
1'rotcstunt Buiulay hchoolu i 1,000.
The Massachusetts house1 of rejiresinative h
iit to lose its cliiijiluin, th .1 Kjv. 11 l:-rt j.
Kfymour, fitinous in milking very .'0h1
prayer not over a minuto Imig.
An txtraonlinary session of the council
of the EpiscopHl church of Louisiiina iscall
e. for the 2!th of January, toelect a bishop
in place of the late Dr. Wilmcr.
It i proposcil to erect by subscription
in the court of Eouvre, at IVis, h Matin: of
Admiral Coliny, n'ar the spot whero he
fell iluring the mussacrc of St. Jfcirtlwlo.
There i now living in tho Provinci of
Ontario, Canada, a Catholic priest nameii
John Macdonahl, who is ninety-seven years
of age, and hag been more than seventy
yearsn tho priesthood.
Master Henry Krauss, of Xew Haven, a
boy of cifrht, has learned '.MOO verses of the
German liible since April last, besides at
tending to his English stmlies at itchool.
His stint last Sunday was 12J verses.
The Catholic archbishop of Quebec has
been prcachingm the Hasciliea. The cathe
drel enjoys that lofty rank uinoug ecclesia
stical edifices on the immortality of fast
dances and the improperiety of ball-dresses.
In North Carolina there have been 2,500
accessions to the Methodist Church South,
owing to revivals in the past year. The
entire denomination in the south hiut in.
creased in the year between 40,OUO and
It is proposed that the Jewish organiza'
tion of Henai Herith shall be open to all
applicants regardless of creed, and soum ol
the prominent members fear a resolution
to that effect will result in discord.
An Episcopalian has offered a priz? o"
(300 to the theological student "who is
adjudged the most correct, intelligent ami
impressive reader of the liilile and IVayt r
IJtKik in the service of the Protestant Epis
copal Chun h."
The archbishop of Canterbury being of
the Liberal Evangelical school, the late
Mrs. Tail lrt'.urally was a Uituulist, or in ,t
door to it. In cons quern e of this the discus,
siim of theological questions was not allow
ed at tlu hrehliisli'ijiH table.
1lev. Joseph 1. Pliagon of the society ol'
Jesus, president of the College el the JInh
Cress, Worcester, Mas... p:tM nger by th
stetimr Ciraua la, died at sen of apoplexy
Ilecember 2". was buried in the ('..thoife
cemetery at Acapulco on the 2llih in.it.
The Oxfunl l"nd' Tgradnates' Journal
says that two undergraduates have lately
been received into the church of H Mile, iutd
that three more lire contemplating the wis
dom of such steps. There are Koman Cath
olic dispels now hoth at Oxford and Cum
At noon on the day that Vt'ade Hampton s
life was declared to he ill danger front the
effects ot the amputation i f bis le;.', the
business of the South Carolina cont' renee,
then In session at Newbury, was suspended
and all the delegates knelt in prayer for the
recovery of '.he governor.
Dr. Leftwieh, of Atlanta, (!a has a:-,
cepted a call to tho First Presbyterian
church1 of Riltimore, and, as he thus leav. s
the Church South, it may be taken for
granted that the famous Uloek dancing
case will not be taken up in tic general cmi
ferenec. to which Dr. Leftwieh had taken
A natural pulpit exists in North Stoning,
ton, Conn., binned by u cluster of huge
nx'ks, apparently thrown together in some
upheaval of nature. The early settlers
us.'d to meet there for religious worship,
and among the eminent preachers who oc
cupied the pulpit are George Whitfield,
Gilbert Tennett and Simeon Hrown, the
latter two being the eminent "Separatists."
Kev. Dr. Whiting, pastor of the First
Riptist church, of Q,uinc.y, III., for the past
five years, has resigned, to accept a call at
Canton, III. He will preach his farewell
sermon this morning. Mr. Whiting leaves
a host of friends in (Juincy, and rvery mem
ber of bis congregation, im well as his
many friends outside the church, will regret
London has a colony of Mormons. Ktit
they tin not prosper. Such men as tho Mor
mon ciders lay hold of find, it is said, hard
work in Loudon to be the husband of one
wifo and lliu father ot ono family, to say
nothing of more. A deputation faun Halt
Lake City is now in London, and a confer
ence was lately held to ccuro converts who
would (iiuegrate o tho Uhited States.
Pope Ieo XIII. is reported to bo engag
ed in drawing up the plan of an agreement
to be entered into by u 1 1 the European pow.
ers with n view to the repression of nodal
istit! and Internal ionnl tendencies. The
Vatican authorities am working out the de
tails, niul th whole ivi when completed,
bo dlsputchd t thn pitpul representative;
abroad for submission to the govcrninetda
to which they nro credited,
There are nhmit iwcntv-llvti Ilaptist
churches In Greene, county, lilinois, belong
ing to bix different associations. These
CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY
churches have an aggregate membership of
something over 2,000. Last year there were
more than ilOO conversions reported in con
nection with Baptist meet iugK. Every tenth
man, woman and child in the coun yiso
Baptist. Owing to their separation Into so
many sections, they are not awure of their
own strength, and henc3 have never com
bined their work for evangelizing the
The organ ol he Jesuits in England", tho
Month, is not at all exultant in regard to
Boman Catholicism there. It says: "At
present wc ate a very small body; a aeore
or two of men of title, aud property of the
higher rank. 200 or 300 country genth men,
1,500 or 1,000 priests, a moderate sprink
ling in tho mercantile and manul'attur
ing tow ns, a very largo class of pour, a
great proportion of whom arq immigrants.
Wc have our distinctions, ,vlioso name) it
would bo invidious to pt ;laim, but our
social and intellectual 'f ; et, and mir
electoral influence, are those, a compara
tively insignillcant communis,"
OUU WASHINGTON LETTEK.
Washington. January 2, lSlO.
The senatorial fox of Vermont, who 'last
year prepared u provision of law whicl' he
thought provided $20,000 for any invtsti
gation the senate might order into southern
uffairs, finds that the act, fairly coib.trt"d,
does not authorize; the Use of the niorey by
Senator Blaine's committee. The find coup
troller of the treasury so decided. After
wards, at the personal solicitation cf Seni,
tor Edmunds, the comptroller reopened tin
case, and the attorney general was requested
lo decide the question. Oac of hia assist
anu has now written an opinion under
which the money can be used by the Blaine
committee. The same perversion of written
law that thus disposes of the amount would
enable the administration to take money
appropriated for the agricultural bureau and
use it for carrying on a war against France.
But I am not sorry that the committee is
enabled to go on with tho work. I hope
its investigations will be thorough, north,
south, cast and west.
A lively interest is awakening in the
question of sustaining the government aid,
in the shape of mail contract in the usual
form, to the American linn of steamship,
giving our merchants a direct and profita
ble connection with Brazil. By means of
liberal government subsidies the European
nations have robbed us of nearly all our lucly without an equal, Two doses will re
trade in the trade which naturally belongs lieve your child of Croup, it is pleasant to
to us from the countries to the south of the t,uc an(l perfectly harmless to the youngest
United States, and the moment this ques- child, and no mother can efford to be with
tion of helping American interests in a ut it. You can use two thirds of a Isittle
similar way comes before congress, the "nd.if nat .1VC "liyis "ot.truo WM wiU R
r , . , ? funcJ the price paid. Price 10 cts. flOcts.
European ship owners put on a lot of in- sn( jiVpor Untie. If your Lungs are
ferior steamers to run against the American sore or elicit or back lame ussShiloh's Por
line, saying to congress: "You see we ask us Plastijr. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
no aid for this service " But the moment !
,. , . , Have jAmi Dyspepsia, are vou Constipa-
congress adjourns the!? vessels are taken ,,avJVi,u ft- Ye'low 8kin;Los8 ,)f Ap'J)e.
off unci our line is left to do tho business tite, Hell Ache, if so don't fail to use Shi
that belongs to it. This is the way they loh's S'ftcm Vitalizer. It guaranteed to
started vessels fiom New York when the ',Jl',TeJ'ou, and will you continue to suffer
. ; tii. wher ffou can be cured on such terms as
subject was beloro congress at the last ses- tl ,ri(:c 10 ce, aad C0nt9. SoU1 ,
sion: Glensannox, Feb. 10; Casini, Feb. BatL v Brothers.
I2;GJcnloan, Feb. 2S; Casini, March 2-r
Glensi.nnox, April I'r, Glenlogan. June 7
Then congress adjourned and tho vessek
ceased running, and but for the new Amcr
ean line our merchants would once in tie
have bad to send their goods and their
mails via England nt a ruinous loss. N.iv
that congress has come again and the sua
ject is brought up in an o:licia
form by th? rceommcndi.tion
of the president and the known favor of
many members of congress of nil partes
who believe in sustaining the American
line, these vessels are running again to cre
ate a diversion, and induce congress to re
ject all propositions lor an ocean postal ser
vice Tie1 practical question is whether
this country will suffer its only South
American line of steamers to be run off the
course by the European monopolists, and
our remaining trade with those countries,
and our hop:-of future advancement to be
sucrilVed .' This country can build up an
enormous trade for nearly all our produc
tions, if we have anything like equal facili
ties v ilh other countries.
tii. i .....
it n.is oe 'n Mr;g.'sicii, una tnc idea seems
to meet with favor, that each of tile states
should erect or purchase here a resilience
for il.- ii' -nadirs. These senators are the di
rect i-. present. ilives of (be stales, rather
thaifoi the people. Their number is fixed
soihat tnc expense might be counted in
advance. Tie- project would give to the
people of the f ; ites a more direct and im
mediate interes! in the Capital city. The
British govetnine :t erected here a few years
since, for the occupation of its minister, a
fine residence, the expense being, I believe,
only somo $(1,1,000, The houses fer the
senators need cost no more, if as much, and
would of course be exempted front taxation.
Let the state of Kentucky, or Iowa, or some
other, nearly or quite out of debt, set the
examplo and the others will follow. Wash
ington will of course present tho necessary
ground, and so rename its grand avenues,
if that shall be thought necessary, us to
gito to each residence a site on the avenue
named after the appropriate state.
' MONEY, ANR HOW TO GET IT.
There is no word In the English language
more often used and universally admired
than money, In fact, it is considered the
thing to be desired, and men to obtain it
will go through nil kinds of toil and hard
ship imaginable. They will even commit
thn most heinous crimes. Everybody is
after money, and the great desire to gain
it hastily o'ftcn ends in a total failure to ac
complish the desired end.
About tho first question a youih aks
when he gets old enough to think about
nrovidinir for thn future is. "How can 1 tfet
inoiiev. uiul hnw cull 1 cot rich f" There
am two wavi ofgettiiifr rich one Is by in
duslry nnd economy, nnd thn other is by
dishonesty. I.iehc accumulated hy imlns
economy and jildic'nuts investments
never detract from u innn'a rlirrnltw nml
Mclf-respect, but carrfw ith them happiness,
contentment and n clear conscience, and
icavo no regrets. 1 he true secret is, "make
Iu getting moucy it dots not make bo
much difference us to what kind of business
a man engages in for any business will pay
il attended to properly; but no man should
embark in any business to which ho is not
adapted; but when ho does make tho selec
tion he should go in with a steady and do.
termined purpose to win and succeed bv
constant tiersistent labor reineinherin"
that "little by little" is tho sure wav to suc
ceed, and out of that littlo a little should
be saved; remembering, also, thut it is by
what wc save that wo get rich, and r.ot by
what we make. A man may mnkea million "a
year, and if ho spends it all be will bo no
better off at the end of the year than in tho
oe-niiiing; wmiHi tnc man wiio mitKcs tivo
hundred a year and saves but ten dollars is
getting rich. The man at thirty who can
save five dollars a month, and invest the
same in real estate, is in a fair way to be in
easy circumstances, when he renches Li
No man has yet lived who sived his
money und inves'ted it in real estate, licit
did not make money. Therefore, tho true
and only certain way of getting money is
o industry, economy, saving, and investing
in real estate; and the man who follows
this rule is sure to win.
Ltvlu is Kino. Tho liver is the imperial
organ of the whole human system, as it
controls the life, health and happiness of
nun. When it is disturbed in its proper
acJon, all kinds of ailments arc the natural
reailt. The digestion of food, the move
mjt of the heait nnd blood, the action of
tlx brain and nervous system arc all imme
dilcly connected with the workings of the
livr. It has been successfully proved that
Oren's August Flower is unequaled incur
inj all persons afflicted with dyspepsia or
l.Vr complaint, and all the numerous symp
tons thatrcsultfrom an unhealthy condition
:fthe liver and stomach. Sample bottle to
:r, 10 cents. Positively sold in all towns
r the western continent. Three doses will
pDv;; that it is just what you want.
Von MrsT Cckk that Colt.ii. With
Shloh's Consumption Cure you can cure
yoirsclf. It has established tho tact that
Consumption can be cured, while for Coughs
BDnchiiis, Whooping Cough, Asthma.nnd
al diseases of Throat and Lungs, it is abso-
'r,',l's Persian Perfume 'TIackmetack"
is rt '. v ind fragrant try it. Sold by Barclay
TICK t OK FINAL SETTLKMKNT.
asTATi-t or jtE oLasuow, okccasiu
tint of Illuilois. Alexander countv. .
Nitice Ih hVrebv piven thnt on Monday. th Jflth
avif JanarV. A. 11. IMT'J. the umlerRigiied, admiii
u'ritor of said Vslnte, will present to the comity
nr. of soild AlVxaiHlcrconnty, atthe court bonseln
tun, Illinois, 4' a term therecf then to bu bolden,
Is tied report or hia actnu1 (loinc a mid ailmiu
traior. and ask 1( he court tobc uischar.'ed from any
id all further unities and responsibilities connect
i with s:iidestuts. and the administration thereof,
i which lime .ind place, such pcr"oii8 ms Rre inter
ded may be presi-ul aud resist sucn application If
ley choose so to do.
Kl.lAS M. CLS(!OW. Admtnielrator.
T'airo, Iliiuols, Decemho- 'Jlst, 18TH.
I lerehy civen that default havlns been made for
hum that sixty dj a In tho payment of a portion of
tlMiiinount secured to be paid by a mortpae exe
cuid by Mux Kuehneand Michael Jtiupmelcr. to
Snmal Stunt Tuvlor and Edwin 1'iirsnns, Trustees
ef Hie Cairo I 'It v Vroi erlv. dated Ailjrust mil. A. 1.
lsj and recorded in the Recorder's Ulliee. in und for
Al'jiinilcrcomitv. in the State of Illinois, In Hook
(lif .teeds. on pite IM. Tho lliidersined, the sue
ce.r of said liustce. will on Saturdiy. the.tlh day
ol'.linuarv, A. 1).. IStll. at 10 o'clock In the fore
mm of Hint duv, under nnd by viruie of the power
of -ale coiitiiined in said inurbane, sell at public
aimiin. lo the highest bidder, for cash, at his oiticc.
cooitr of Washington Avenue aud Kishteenth
strel. In said Cltv of Cairo, In Alexander county
in.! sinie of Illinois, nil thn richt. line and Interest
of sad Max Kueline and Michael .lunirnieler. or
their iis!jn. in and lo lot numbered 9. (nitie)lii
block numbered 7:1, (seventy three), in sulil city of
Cairo according to the recorded plat thrreof, with
the aniiirletiaiie.oa, to saiiffy the purposes und con
diMoiH of raid MortLMie.
Dufd, Cairo, 111., November Wilt, ISTS.
8. STA ATS TAVLOIt.
Trustee of the Cair 1 City Property.
The Cairo Box ami Basket Co.
Moinunir. Siclins. Lath. K to
At the very lowest rale.
flavins a Heavy Stock of Logs on Hand,
We are prepared to
SAW OUT SPECIAL OIIDEIW
On the skorteui once.
1 Sl'KCtALTY madeofSTKAMriOATf.fMBRIt,
Cracker, Candv Packlnic Iloxea Staves, lleadlni;
I)i'!tl.M' in IVoshMeat.
! EIGHT STKEET,
I llt vctn. "WnaOilnitton unci Com
mcroiitl Av, ittlloliiliiK llimnyn.
KKKl'H fur alotlm hesllleer, Pork, Cotton. Veal,
i Hxnsnue. Ac. and Is uri t'ured lo lorvu
1 famiiiet In n acceptublo uiauner.
TII fl WKKKLY BPMRTty.
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mstiwrn . Kiamul n,'iiU.a at.ai.. v
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