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Klcli'l lines of aolid nonpareil constitute a iUarv.
llisplayed advertisement will be cbaw'1 occoril
Uts t0 1,10 "part occupied, at nlnnc rut. I'Jfru be-
liii tvfeivc one in souu iyi'c 10 me mm.
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To n-jmhir a.-rti-.TH wu offi-r ""l"'"
ents. both a l' ruti n of char-rca uml nutun.ri'i
4iflU.viii;-their favor. ........
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t'ommiinic -atloa i-.ima uhlwtof l"-!i- n' iii'"rt-t
t the pnlilic arn t all tluu" at-oi-ptii'iio. lti-.- 'i'tru
nianncriptH IU tin! I-n-turii.-d.
U-tu rs and cominiitili n!iiin sbnulil In- a..J.-".
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1 niiy jiunuiisr I'aiiy in .ouuu-rii inni"i-
Jii-K-Mt Circ-nl.-itioii ! any Uaily in
umclAJ- PAfEIt OY AI.KXAXDER tOt'NTV
M.1J. Uarrell, Kilitoc.
IU;s-S!.x ladies arc often inveterate
smokers cf cigarettes, and, at railway sta
.ions and other pti'nt. of transit, scratch
their matches on walls or posts, like men.
They frequently hsk men for a light from
-igars. and are asked in return.
A l.K.UJKit of lushion in 8au Fia:iciro
has had her chairs and sfifas, and the cush
ions of her carriag;' stulfed with aromatic
Iter! w, in imitation of a practice prevalent
among Oriental nations. She lives in an
atmosphere of constant perfume.
A "msTiNovisnRi) Methodist divine"
nays that only for the women iu that de
nomination, one-half the churches would
.lie the first year, and the othrr half the
-cond. And still the Methodist church
will not ordain women to preach.
A .tl.w Pope always selects the name hy
which he is to lx; called. The present
Pope, on being asked for his choice, asked
the name of the patron saint ol the day.
On being told that it was that of M. L-o,
he replied, "Then announce me as Leo
An effort will be made during the coin
ing session of the Inniana Legislature to
procure the abolition of the death penalty,
u.nd interest will be added to the. subject by
the strangling of three men on January 20,
directly under the windows of the legisla
tive halls. The Indiana law-makers will
thus have nn opportunity of studying the
jU"stion in all its reality.
Theodoke Thomas is rejiri-senteil as saying-
"These Cincinnati folks have tui ap
preciation of art and work, and are willing
to pay for it and support the artist uml
teacher. New York has money forecclesi
asticnl quacks, Jim Fisk parades, spectacu
lar gew-gaws; for bad whisky and worse
women; while for true art they will only
dole uut their stray bones and cold pota
toes. If the artist is not contented with
audi, they turn in and abuse him."
Theiik is an elasticity in the morals ol
"horse-trading to be found no w here else.
One of our exchang rives an instance in
point. The owner of a good trotter sold
Jiis animal fur a good round price, giving a
ivarantcc that hit was without a fault. The
purchaser soon discovering that the horse
Vus blind of an eye remonstrated with a
strong touch of aceerbity, demanding that
the money be refunded, '-You told nie,
sir, that the horse was entirely without
fault, and yet he is blind." The casuist
looked blandly into the irritated eounte
nance of the loser by the transactions and
aid, with charming naivete, '! do not re
gard blindness as a fault, sirfil is a mis
fortune." A. kH)i deacon iu Davenport, Iowa, saw
a drunken man whom be knew driving
aimlessly hImhH the streets one dark night.
The deacon kindly got into the k!-io am
took the reins, intending to take the drunk
ard to hia home, which wmh two miles
away; but disliking the idea of walking
back, he stoiei Ht a tavein to liml some
body who could inure conveniently do the
jolt. While he wa in the tavern the drunk
ard drove otl by himself, and a yonnu; fel
low urrived with hi girl in a sleigh. The
young fellow- entered the tavern, leaving
hi girl, nnlucd i i a Uiinket to wait while
be got a drink. The deacon found a vol
unteer to take his place as oUi,,, (,
itliunkHrd ; but the volunteer, on going to the
Iclgb that then stoal in front of tho tav
ern, discovered that th" ceupnnt was not
the drunkartl, an Isu. 1 1 t. ((.,,)U. ItV
girl nut then." "N", "taint," rc,li,,l j
ard. Ho put otw nnn nroiirnl her. mid i
,ullclHW.v the W:nk..t. M,e Mr,.lkW,,l8il.,10juBiuii tlie levee my W Mill! !
t'iT lii'lp. lli-r lover rim out iiml guvi' tin-
deacon ii severe whipping. Then they took
tin "rood deacon into the tavern, washed the
i Mood from his fiu-p.the girl kissel him, n.l
nil win firgivi-ii.
Is the tight Itetween Knglnml suit 1 Af
ghanistan at an end? England doesn't si-ciu
to know. 11 r red coats have capturcil a
couple of forts with a h-inil full of senn-d
nun in tlieiu. ami by u sudden nnd masterly
dash to the top of a hill her cavalry trained
n piiviUajuJi'Mn which thev could sec a
iiuad o ' 5 in a cloud of dut.
England ci9.r.l Ajf how strong the en
emy is hcear.sc .-he can't catch him. The
whole contest presents tin- .spectacle of a
(rnliah Using a Lirch rod in a school of un
ruly infants, and tluu telegraphing to the
expectant world that he ha ju-t cornered
oin-1 uy and made him cry. The home
people catch up the intelligence, and, with
a ivalJohnuv Horner exultation, exclaim,
' 'hat a 'reat Deonle are We
jirst to last, the coiillict has been a series of
in a military sens.-
' We made alhiioii a few dav turn to
ii-tarv Sherman's connection with the i-'irt
National bank of New York, ami that
through Sherman's agency the hank has
virtual control of the United States Treas
ury, (iiite recently the bankrupt. Jay
Cooke, was in L'tah for the avowed purpose
of pun h ising tin- Horn Silver Min", valued
at fi.OOO.OOO. It i now known that Cooke
Is one of the owners of the New York bank,
and can. with the help ol' Sherman, com
mand hi- millions of the people's money,
lie and Sherman have been life-iong friends,
and no fact that is not susceptible of afiso
lute h mo:i-;ntiir!, is better known than
the fact that S!jci iiiaua:id Cooke ate the
principal onT.crs of tie- Kr.-t National bank
of New York. The favoritism show n by
Sherman, w itli-.vt'aiiv further .iroof. point
coiie'iii.-iYclv to hi-connection with it.
Somk of the cMerprisiny; citizens of St.
Louis have adopted rather questionable
means for abtuj-jlng a livelihood. Tricks
like the follow iiiL'. lire olaved mum iiniis.
pecting strangers every day or two. A
countryman w'io has a fancy for horse-flesh
comes f the city and viits the livery stabb s.
II.- i soon met by a countryman like him
seif. who want. to bu five mules that tre
for .ale nt such a stable. He would gladly
give $700 for them, but he owner seems
prejudiced against him and w ill not let him
have them. Then there is a proposition to
the countryman a Units of $10 or $20 I
if he will buy the mules, and bring them
around to a certain point that Udcs'gnated.
The purchase is made; the mules are "taken
around," but the pretended countryman is
never seen again. Tie re is a division of
profit. between the roper-in and the owner
of the mules, and the countryman, with his
five mulcF, worth probably fifty dollars
apiece, congratulates himself that he has
even the mules left,
I'koiiia has been moved by a new sensa
tion. A Miss Maggie Laird, occupying a
place in the family of a leading pyhsieian,
protested that, for some reason. a conspiracy
had been formed to take her life. Coming
into tip! house one day, she showed a shock
ingly burned and discolored face, and ex
plained the matter by saying that a strange
woman had met her on the street and
dashed a cup of vitriol in her face. A few
days afterward., she took her cup of tea to
the doctor, complaining that it wa.naueat
ingly bitter. The doctor nnalyzed it, and
found it charged with i deadly quantity of
morphine. On the next day Maggie whs
discovered lying iu the yard back of the
hiu,e, with her wrists tied together, her
dress burnt d in spots, and coal tar smeared
on her clothes. She said that hi! had been
knocked down by two nn-ii, who told her
that she must be burned to death by order
of a woman whose lover she had won away,
and that she had then become unconscious
from fright. ' After a careful investigation,
the police are convinced that Maggie is u
monomaniac, and that the supposed out
luges were her own work.
Until arrested by the blockade of the
Ohio and Mi,shsippi rivers the commercial
interests of New Orleans over-taxed
the facilities pruvided. From the day
when it has authoritatively iinnoimc
ej that the vellow fever had disap
peared up to a week or two'iigiithewhaives
and warehouse have been so crowded with
corn, col ton. pork, tobacco, etc., thai in
coming stesmers and vessels found it dilli
cult to find moorings n! the levee or wharf
whereon to discharge their cargoes, During
a crush of arrival by rier all (he drays
and tnu ks available for this M vice in the
Cresc ent City proved Insufficient to clear
away the freight from the wharves as fas
as the boatmen would like to unload. Loud
complaints hav,- bjei, m,i(, ngiilnt tlmritv
auihoritlcs on account of the insufllciciit,
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i ni lit ...'Miiiii'iiiuiiilis: ll llll'V t'MlltiiiT bus i
out yelloJ-lcft in siioo-u r, tliey n,iolt,0.
trive, t I,..,,t. to ojve (!, utu u,e
) ,,i(,nt v f ,.,.
tin. s,.,J!.,. f.,.. .,ui,.L. ,
CAIRO BULLETIN; SATURDAY MORNING, J AX L
i t-kmtly m-countcd lor hy the magnitude of
tin.- river rueeipts. which for two duysjiist
1 In-fore Christmas, umoiniVd to Sl5,22" hah
of lint cotton, .'JT.ImI sicks of ficcd rolton,
2.4K! hojf In-iids of sugar, timlJ5,17T hurrd
of molascs, At this rate it Would not take,
very long to make up for time lost in the
fall by reason of the yellow fever and the
late frost; hut New Orleans would profit
much more than it does by its commerce if
it could he made a sate place of residence
all the vear round.
A (DNSI'KTOl'S VOID.
Among the scholars, the statesmen and
lawyers of the t'nitcd States, the death of
General Caleb Cushing has created a void
that may not be tilled during the coming
century. He was, in many particulars"
great man, and iu even- respect an exem
plary man. His amiability of temper, his
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extreme kindhcartednew. made him friend
and admirers wherever known, while every
American, man. woman and child, heiior-d
him for his pow ers of mind.
A wrifcr who enjoyed the honor of a pu-
sonal acquaintance with (l-neral Cu-diing,
says well and truly, that l..T.g:he:wd
and varied public services are miit!.-i of
history, while his almost innumerable per
sonal charities and kindnesses were .e!dom
known save to those who were direct I ben
elitted by them. In the midt of the most
presing official duties he found time to at
tend to the little cares of others and ten
derly to lend a helping hand when it was
Vhen he was Attorney Ccneral of the
I'nited States, alter tic close of th day's
labors, he was found in his ofiiec between 1
and o'clock in the morning hard at work
correcting the proof of a Latin book which
some scholar among his old acfj'iaint.im e,
.ut... 1 1 ... 1 1 I , I
"ii ii.in'i-iieii in ut- kii, siiiiiuiii'. (i ;or ins
sun-n ision. He was doing this u-a iie-rc
labor of love, and we only speak of the in-
i ciih nt as illustrative of the spirit of kindli-
j uefs ani1 friendship which animated hi
' ,Ie w:,s ''rtain!y one of the mot learned
I "' "''s country. Hi.4 infonmaion wa
wonderful iu its extent. Indeed it seemed
to cover every variety of subject.
General Cushing was on most intimate
terms of friendship with Daniel Webster,
John Quiney Adams, and nearly all the
me i who belonged to the generation ni-xt
preceding his own. lb- used to tell of
meeting John (.lincy Adams coining up
all alone at I o'clock in th;; morning, from
tllt 1"lllk It"nHr, where he laid
been to bathe. Mr. Adams said to him that
he had been in the hahit of going to tin
river about that hour, in the summers.-ason,'
cversince he occupied the White Houv as
President of the I'nited States.
He was a thorough scholar, ver-il in
many tongues, and the man did not live
whose fund of anecdote was more entertain
ing, or who- conversation wus more in
structive. It is melancholy to reflect that the tr.-n.
ures of his mind, which if written out w ould
have been a most valuabla heritag -, inn!
for the most part perish with him.
A.N Astoxisiii.no Pact. a large proba
tion of the American jienple are to-day suf
fering from the effects of Dyspepsia, or
disordered liver. The result of these diseases
upon the masses of intelligent and valuable
people is more alarming, making life actu
ally a burden instead of a pleasant existence
of enjoyment and tisefulnevs. There is no
good reason Ibr this, if ymi will only thron
aside prejudice and skepticism, take die
advice of druggists ami your friends, an 1
try one bottle of (jreen'h August Klower,
your speedy relief is certain. Millions of
bottles of this medicine have been given
away to try its virtues, with satisfactory re
suits m every case. You can buy a sample
bottle for ten cents to try. Three doses wil
relieve the worst cas-. positively sold by
all druggists on the Wcst-rn Continent.
You Can iik II vppv. If you will stop
all your extravagant and wrong notions in
doctoring yourself and families with ex
pensive doctors or humbug cure-alls, that
do harm always, and use only nutures sim
ple remedies for all your ailments you will
be w ise, well and happy, mid save great ex
pense. The greatest remedy for this, the
great, wise and good will tell you, i,,p
Hitters believe il. See "Proverb." in
CoNsiMH ioN Cm KU.An old phy ieiaii.
retired from piaclice, having had phhed m
his hands by an Must India missioning the
formula of a simple vegetable renieilv, br !
the speedy and permanent cure for eon- '
sumpfion, oroncmns, cata.ru, asm.,,,,, ,, j
nil tliroiitiind liint; uU'ectioiiH, iilwi H ;n sit ivi I
mid rinlicul cure lor nervoim tleliilili uiH
nervoiiM -oiiiiuint8, id'ter huvin tts., M
wonderful cnnitive mvtn in thoiinuipU of
enscN, Iiiih felt it Mh duty to iniike ll known
to liis sull'ei'ino; Vowh. Actilnted hy this
motive, mid 11 ileum- to relieve liuiiiui Mif.
ferine, will eiid, five of -ini'u. tu nil
who tit-hire It, this reciic, with full (W.
tioim for m'iriii iimt uainu;, In ;i rmM
1'reiich. or EiiKliah. Sent hy uuul ,y ml
lreasllio; with Mllllip, lluilllllLC tllln imtx.r.
W. W. Shemr, Mil PoweiV U.K-k, m.
Ut, New York.
Je!" ' T
From a Distinguislied riiysicinn.
V('i lnt:li-iIIkc hm- lino i-iitiilli'il inure nirtrrlii' ur
hn-li'iicdihi- liri'iikli a up irtli t-oiict iiMilaui tlian
( ntmrh. I'lu- i'i,,u of miu'II. of tau-, of hI'IiI. of
lii'iiriin:. tlio liiiiiiiin iilcc. tin. mliid, oik- or inon
ii nd wiiiiPlinii! nil I1 In iln di'trin tlvi- liitliii'iii-u.
The pnion II ilUlrlliiilcrt ilii'iiMi!lii)iM the nyMti-m al-tni'ki-
rirry vital lim-i! uml hnakn up ilu "munt ro
Ini.t uf roiiniliuitni. -'iiori-l li'i iiiit but littlu
uiiili r-tixi.l liv pliyrli hiu', iuipiiti'iilly lUi-alK'il hy
iU;iri. and i liarliilaui-. ilio.i- Miticrliii from it liavi
hut iillli- liopcto hi- ri-lliM'd 1 1 it IIiIh hide of tin-(inivi-.
Il Ib linn-, llii-u. Ilia! tin- pnpiilar tn-iitim-nt
of I lil trrrlhli- dii'-iiHi' hy rriiii dli- itliln tin- p-iu li
ol all pani juin liiiiul. m nui'i- roiupi'ti'lit llllil
tiu-lorlliy. Tin- ui Hiid hilln'il " ttntrn-il iiii'lhuil
Kitiiplcd hy Dr. Siiiilnrd in Hie pivparmloii of hli
liAiiieAi. Cl io: hiiH wiiii my hi-nt i v aiipronl. I he
lirw it likely to iim'i'd In n ml id"- UMial n nn--d!i'
lull. hri'aiKi- il Flrikro l Hi" runt of tliv iUm'.Ii-i-
Hie lu lilliicil hlniiil. ii!i' it Ih-iiIk thi iili i-rali'd
liii iiiliriiiu- hv ilip'rl upulu.it. nil In Iln- ni"il paHii.
J-. . la m linn m li:if( tin iirlulil tlxi'd III If!", ami
ihiU'-h tin- vital fun ! hit ion fur i xliauoti-il, nnl
In l lie eri iil ti 1 1 ri t v of ciiim- i lfiTt a run-.
I.KU. IlKAltK. M. I.
Nohkroit Hloi k. so. I-'m rm f ti irt m . iu i. i. is; i.
SAXFOllirs RADICAL tTHK
1.V .nlVh cluim In he 01 f Hie f popular
i ,. ""''tie" ;,,'',-i V"-""' ii'-ii "f m'-dieaf i-n
nriiieii. no, in jinwiii'. inn ouiy nre-v n eonine'iin
Ii hut e ii In their ImiiilleH in pn-l'i-ri iiee to any i,
the iir-Kirui Iiiiih nually pn-nrnheil hy plivhiel:iu.
'liiiiureaMari'. ' aid a dii-lliie'ii-lied city phy.l
(inn. "thai my ohllpiliniH to Hie .Mu.-. '.Meilual
-Soi-li ly lire -ii' Il ll'.ul I eaiiiiii! pii!ilie! rei .unm-iul
or pre-i il'"- He- liadirul Cure: hill "ilict- I received
no nun Ii lelii f 1'uiii the ii.e ol' i; in yr-i ll'. alter a
I to il i m: j Ii Iriiil uf I he ikiuiI leii,eiii., I Iuim- p." -
Hti'- ,lllvie. il Ui-e. uml pl'ei-llllle I IlllVe M'lit til
In i oe.r flop- Uu le" llian one hiiiulred ol' no pa
llelll. l.ir It . '
i iKNTI.KMKN:-VVu lia'! o!il ssrmurs li.nn
' ' e.u. (i i-.k lor nearly one year, ami (as fay candid
ly taut im- never old :i i:ul!tir prparatien that u-'ve
iich iinivernal mtlxfaclliin. W e hav to learn Hie
11 1 ft ("tlllplNilit yet.
Wi- are not In the hahit uf reeominendlni! pntetit
im-ilii iiien, lint unir prepiirnli hi tneeln Hie viil ol
tliuii-nlidi-. and we think tlio.e afllieted diotilil hu
i iiiivin:ed ol iln 'rem merit m that their aatli-riii
ill he relieved. Vt t-have heen In the drnj huri"
ne- for the pafl tweUeyeurH lotiMaMlv, and wil.l
i leiylhiiig lor ( iitarih. 1ml your lead 'all the rent.
II you hei- proper you tun Ui-e thin letter ur anv :iai t
of it that von ui-h.
ery truly your-. S. ) II AI.HWIN A I u
W!nieialv and lietai! Dealer III Hru, Itook" and
Slutiuiiery. a-hlni,'tun, lud.. Keb.
Kadi pinka-e coii'iiIum Dr. Sahfonrii Improved
InlialliiL' Tnhe. mid full direiilon fur Iln
u-e iii all iae. price tine Dnllnr. For
Mile hy nil wholi-Kie mid retail drti'.-.-i-l- and
d":iler llirotiL'hout Hie I lilted Mate and I 'iiiimia.
w r.hhs ,v I'DIThi:. lleueial Ajp-ut ami Wholc
"uIk Dructol. Ho-lnn. Mm--.
Aa blectro-iialvaiiii- liiitterv ininliiiieil nitli a
liiefih JleillcHtt-d strenztlictiln;: 1'lasu-r, form
Ins tin- Lest Plaster tor pains and nrb.es n the
World nf MeilP in...
A a '.-rand curative and restorative a-ent in not
eqiuled uy any elemeiil or medicine Iu the bNlorv
of the healiiiir art. I'nli' iln.ilii i.ii .... a...i
the hodv. rcMiiriilim ly mean of .1.-. irlcity il pon
Mblc. Il I the ln-t re..rt of all puvi inn mid unr
(."on, anil Ii :.- re.iuea thousand.-, apparently d..ad.
.rum an uuiimely gruw. when i.o other hu-aun
ait'IK'.V COUld have UK ceeilej T,i s the leauu
curative element lu thin I'laMer "
BALSAM am) PINE.
Tllf healln ' I'Mlierlieii nf nur mm r. rrnnf
sam and pine and the em, 0f tit- hast are oi well
known In re-iuire ilci ripll.iu. Their (.-riiteful heal
soothing and tr..ntheninL' properties are
..""iii.iiiiuuniiii". n ueii columned in ner nrd
wici? Hilh lat- and impnrtaiit dl.coveriei. In phar
maey. their licallnt! and i-trencihciiliii: iroje tties
ar-ini reuM il ten fold. In this respect our Plaster
Isihe he. I lu use without the aid or f.-clricl!v.
TWO IN ONE.
Thncijinlihied wehavctwn irrnmt ineilirai wnu
In one, envh of Hlilili perf rm Iln lunctlon ml
mill. .(Uy produces more cures, than anv linemeM.
Intion. wa-h. or I'la-i.-r e.T b.-rore i nmpou tided in
tin: history of ui'-dieine. Try one. I'niu: (. isr.
Sold hy all Wholesale and lietai) Imd-ts
tliroie,'hnut the t nlted States ami ( anadus. and
hv W fcEKS X ruTTKIf. 1'rourleUirs. Uoston ,la.
I'ltOPKIKTOlt OK SPIIOATS PATK.NT
Wholesale Doulor in ico,
ICM HY TDK CAU LOAD OIU'ON, WLI.L
PACKIID FOH SIIIPPINO.
Car Jjoads a SjMHjialty.
) I-' !' I ( . 1-: :
('(ii'.TwcH'tli Street uml Lcycp,
I CAIIiO, ILLINOIS.
SY.W YORK STORK,
WHOLESALE AMI IIKTAIL.
Tlie Largest Variety Stock
IN TIM-; t'D'Y
(iOOl)S SOLI) VERY CLOSK
O. O. I'ATIKK CO.
J I'.FK. CLARK,
Deeoratiye Paper Hanger
V A 1 N T K U !
A M'KclAl.TY MADK OF
Olitiiiy; n;.tl KiilHoiniiiiiiu;.
Leavn Urilera ut llarclio nr I'arkcr'a llonk Htoru.
All Y 11. 13T9.
CARKIAOES AND W.VOO.VS.
()XL PKTEIW, '
I'M ME IK I AI, AVK.l)-tw, FIFTH ami
SIXTH STS., t'AIUu, IU..
ii,... ... i ,f v"hl'',', '"'t')' and on -hort an
tlcc. ut the low,.,! p0MI,e ,..
Dealer in Fresh Meat.
llctwfou Wnwliijij-tori rtml 'om-lti(M-c-i:il
A v., adjoining UiiniiyM.
K IiKI''i '"r ,: '"' !l "'' I'ork. .Miirtnn. V.-t.
, .V:n!'- Sau-H-... Ai-.. and la pr-paM touerv.
r.iiinlle m an accej'i ihle ni nner.
The Cairo Ilox ami I!aket Co.
Flooi-in, Siding. I.uth.Ktc
A; '.h-- .'TT i.-i' -t .-j..
Hiivin? a Heavy Stock of log on Haud,
We are p-epared t
SAW OUT SPECIAL OP.DEI
Oa t'je shjrt-n, once.
SPKfl.VI.TY made of ST K A M fit i AT f.t ' M I! E It.
iV W alaomanufaytiire Flit; IT IP X MAT Kill A l.S
L'rac'ie-, V audv I'acLiinr llox.-a suv. s. Headings
FLOUR. GRAIN AM) HAY
Higlicst (,'a.sh Price Paid for Wheat.
LEXAXDEIt CUUXTV HANK,
Commercial Avenue and Eiglifh Sirt-rt.
F. Illioss, President.
I'. NKKH. Vice president.
II. VVKLI.S. Cashier.
T. J. KEIiTJl. Asslsunt CashliT.
V. Ilrosa. Cairo: William Klme. Cairo;
I'fler Neir. Cairo; William Wolf. Cairo:
', M OsU-rlob. 1M. Itilllnirslev, Ht. I.onU:
K. Under. ( alro; ,). V. I luiuson, 'Caledonia.
i OKNRHAL MANKIN;iil sNKSS IIONE. Ex
iV change sold mid bought. Interest paid In the
SavliiKa Ilepartment. Collectlnna made and al)
business promptly attended tu.
rpiE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
OA PITA L, 1 0 0.0 0 0
W. I'. II ALLIDAV. I'residnnt.
II. L. IIAI.I.IDAV. Vice president.
WALT Kit IIV.SLOI', ( ashler.
s. TaATsTVl.nil. w. i. iiai.i.iiiav,
IIKSIIV I,. IIAI.I.IIIAV, II. II. CI NNINIIIIAM,
0. II. U'll.l.lMoN, STKI'IHK lllllll,
II. II. I AS IIK K.
Kcluiiie, Coin mid I'niied Slates Ilondsi
lint 'OUT ANI SOI.lt.
.Mepnsils rei dved Hint a (eiierul bunking htislueaa
INTEKPIUSi: SAVINOS HA NIC,
ClunlelTil Millcli ill, liilill.
OFK-ICJ. IX CITY NATIONAL HANK.
IS'TFIIKS'I paid on depo.its Mari'h ll and Hep
letulier 1st. Inli-resi licit w liliilni" ii l addml lm-
Handy lit tlie prlnclpiil ' . depoalls, lliereliy
ulvluii ihem ciimpound Inicrc.i
, "( lillili-i'ii ti nd nisi'i'lnl wnnii'ii mil)- depnjlf
iiimicy nli'l nnnue i li- run ,nuv it.
WAl.TKIt IIVSLOP, TitKAPViiLii.
HYKI.NT, .VXD I I.KAMXi;
BLACK CltAPJO VEILS,
NO MATTEr. now oil), lit STY OK FADE I.
Ii.'-I)yed anl Dressed l-ipml to New
KlSTO.V A: CO.,
J!i?'.:,ST 1-Y''""1'U ST I ! K KT. I I X i ' I ; ATI
pry-l)rd.-r ot three yurdi. or Crape or upard
Mliriied KIII!IoKK.1K. KIIKI..IIT. rul"ri
''.V':.' ,V( '" I'laln ore .Id
" ' '.'.-'. .V,'luntllt 10e. Hull Jt In llu,ln,
1 1 Ol'tra is ' r. E'KN r MKX AM.
- , a t column STOIIV 'PI It
for 10 cei.t. Nation,.! Weeklv. Wu.hln - in I
WANTEDS 0,"l ;UiKNT ""-
.. . llit' niro and the adjolniiiL' i.iiwh
Hp top profit., write at once tn W orld .Mui.ufai -tar
la I ompauy, -J Clinton 'lu, e. N. y.
AK.VfS READ THIS.
our ne ., wonderful Inv.n.lo,,.. W ,,.. ,
' .o Addled., win t ,1, .;hv.
SIIKUMAN A CO.. Nfir-leill. .Mlrlilan.
,:!'i'i?V"! '." A;1,"'1i,"" l-l'iim. nl will po.p Ivi ly pre
i'-rrinlt lii-s..,,.. ..,i u 1 1 1 i,...ii....i.:
ii ne ... I:, ten Information U...I mil ,',:,:,,..,
' "" !' " mail, lion t (Is hv a ,, ,'
i auilNso.N ,t I ti., lianijor. Maine.
( KI.KIIli.VTKH TIIK Wdlil.H OVKIi.
The maniifarturers ,'re awarded the- hl"hi-t
and only im-UI iven rahher plasters, at hotti
thu t cnieniil il and Paris Kxpo.jiloa
KVU si T'KJdoK TO
((.ninou porou pln-fers. I:niiu.-nt. the s-i
(ailed eletirlc:, ai;i!iiiies. ele. is the h.-t
known remedy tor l.ameand VC-ik Dark. Itheu-rnall-m.
l etnaie W eakn, s. iaii. a. 1 ul.a-o.
Diseused kidney. S;nn Cm.piaini,. and til!
ill for which nroi.s pljsier. are us.-rt, Ak lour
Ortijjisl fur Ji,snir c-.ai i-ie porou. I'l isler
and i r that vi.-.i i udihu, . t.,,.p j., i
dne.--'-t., I'ri. cents.
Mailed uu receipt ,f ,ri,.-. t.r .Seahurr Jt
Juhuson. il Plat! street. Voti.
EXTitAiT men i'.
I a . ire qui.k remedr fur all disease, of the Kid
nes. liludd.-r. and rrlnarr i iri-nii.. eilstlr Hther
in mile or f. mule. Irrtlalioii, lr.ltaiiniallon. or
I h. rae.on of the hiilney. and Madder, t.rwei
Monc In tat- Mladd.r. K. ddish or llrtck dn. n-Oi-lueut
In Inn.-, n.kk, Cl"u(lr or iowr
Lrtnf, Painful t'riiiallnt'. Jjj.
rotia ami luwInnUry Hi hr alortld lm
tatmnoftha Uladdvr and I retfiia. ( hru,ic r
larra.i of liladder. snppr.-s.i reti-nilon or In
"iniliieiiee of Triu. Diahclea. Iiron.r, Oriiinr
Weaknca Kenijie Complaints, ami ail Chrome
Maladlra of the I rinanr and Semal dr-ani.
Tbou.andnan ail.-.t to lis wondr' rura'lte
properliea iu thesu dis. a-e..
Kor Kenoua 11. bllltv. lth all its cliwimr atlei.d
ant. -Di.lu..... i..a of M.-mur. Uiw .-pir:!.
Ac . it is a suvcp;;u rmicd.
SMOI. AMI Klt'S lit (Hi; l.uova u;i the rnr v
ted s.siem. Impartina nrw life ami i;on.us artloi
tin. whole sy t.-m hecouiln.' stieLithema and in
I!.-.up. and ask for Smo'under's Buihu Iuit
pon hat In it, and lake uo olio r.
PRICE 81.00. rx IIOTTLES. So.oo.
J'"r lri1,'T W1",1,!', iTUi-s-i'ta III Chicly,
ana Madiuluo Dealsr. irtm-raiir.
Dfn'kaMllI) An iiAi'TIONS'
A (rand comlilnatlun of the entertaining, the
fill and the beautiful, irh fiuu art fnimis
.ii - and oil pieturva In each No. 1'rir.nfsr. po,t
Ire. V early jt). with an nn.iul..l iii.m i...
. . iiilid oil iiinures. liock of Atfca and The Llon a
I l.ilioii Mr, eura
i..e..-. i.i.xii iiicnes. moniiieii on canvaa: traiisnor
?T t-ora. Smid postal card fr lull ptrtiru
Address. VV. JKNNIM.h li irui in -
Ks-t 1 lih St.. N V. uu ,,! fMi Kv lm. sLi,.u'M;(i
Jaiiiiarv No, r
'pii: (JKEAT KNOLISIl KEMEDV !
(iU.VY'S SI'KCIFIC MKIUCINK.
Is apecially rerum-
nielllled Qs II u uu
lnoint; cure lor
Seminal U taknes.
spi rmalorhea. lm
potency, and nil
lllseiisee that fol
low as a e(leCC
up aellaiiuse; u
Loss of .Meinorv.
D C T.I.' lilversnl l. us s
uoiore xanuig,,,,),., pin ,u .
. lomness i.i nn) isinn, I reinature dlil Ae,
ami many other diseases Hint lead to Insanity. Con'
aiimptioii and a I'ri nniliire lirave. all ol'hh h us a
rule are Mrst caused by deviating tnim thr putli of
lint ii rt; and hut liiduluenm. The Sperltlc Medicine
is thu result of a Hie study and many years of i -pi
rli iicp in tri al in:; Ihese special llscus( s
Full partlculura In our pamphlets, which wt-desire
lo send free by mail to every one.
The SpcciHe Medicine la sold hv all dru-ista nl
$1 prr package, or sl)t packages for J.'i. or will lm
sent hy mall on receipt of the money by aidresli.'
TIIK OltAV MKI'HCINK CO.. "
No. 10 MiH'hiinlr'a lllnrk, Hktiuht. .Mich.
trr-sold In Cairo, III , by 1'ai I. O. Sciita, and
n.v Uruirirlsls everywhere.
rpilE ONLY 'i't CENT
A sale aiul reliable substi
tute tor 9uiniiie. Tlie ureat
tasteless mnlieino lor all di
seases caused by Malarial
Poisoning, being a preventa
live as well as a certain reme
Dumb Ape, Ape Cake, Re
mittent. Intermittent Fevers,
Kidney Complaint, Dyspepsia,
and (ieneral Debilitv.'tlie !est
general tonic for debilitated
systems. Price ift cents ber
box. Family boxes 81, 00. Sold
by Druggists. Mailed on re
ceipt of' price.
1)I?SAH DICK it n.. s WmwTKit niKT. N y.'t
Yoiik. Ten I'l.nt i'Xiliiuutnry ImuK tnalli il iVe.i m
Sold by II A HC LAY IIIIOS., r.U'I, O, Mill'll,
Unii'ifisia, I alro 111.