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"CATAKH, THE CAUSE AND CURE."
A Pamphlet by Dn. OcrssoN I'iutt, of Oil mute.
t.. Chlnuo. Or. Pratt In tin; nut nor til the O.uuu
Treatment for Catarrh, and In this new tn-ulixu In
revealed tlin secret of hi, success In the, treatment
ol' h disease, tn which lio bun given the study of n
lifetime. Price of Pamphlet 2.1 cU. 8nil fur It.
MICHIGAN STOVE CO.
02 Lake St.
Economy in Fuel, Dura
bility, and Convenience.
Completeness of design, and
Perfect ness of Construction.
Simplicity of Management, and
General Working Qualities.
THE MIST AND MOST RELIABLE
IN THE MARKET.
Time Tried and Fire TcU'd!
EVERY STOVE RELIABLE.
AM) PROVES A SUCCESS.
ALL GOODS FULLY WARRANTED,
for Sale Everywhere by First Cla tiers.
tkeaiek: he fork buying a
PIANO OR OH (IAN
Io not fall lo fend for my latent JO page Illustrated
Ne.!iper with in ui h valuable inlormation Free.
New I'ikiiii.. Sli'i. $1 Vjand upivun'.f. New C'ri:aiii.
$iV1 to He uro to write nie before buylL
i .rewhere. Itenare of Imitator. AddreM,
UAN ItL F. ItKATY. Va.hioirton. X. J.
At. EXTS WANTED For the lki-t and Fate.t
eiMiiit Pinorlal IlH,k and Hible. Prlrec reduced
;iperc M. National l'u)ilhing Co , Chicago. 111.
Ai.ENTs WANTED for Mnith. Hthle Dlrtionarv
I :ie reduced. Clrrular. free
A.J. lluLMAX & CO, Ptiladelphfa.
'he title of new Pamphlet of TJ pae. It run--jt
; u the hioirraphy of the preidi'iit. of the I tilled
-k'.i " fro.n Wa.hint'ton to Have, with their por
'rait. 1 1! lu all 1 enirraved exprelv for thl work.
M imrtrait. of Canadlau inibiiltie' . The N:i
v.ot.al Life will be ent to any addre. by mall. 011
tn'K pi uf M tamp. aidre-.
11. H. STEVENS. lUiftun. Mum.
XEW RICH BLOOD!
PariD.' Purgative Pill make new Uieh IHikiI.
n w ill completely i hnufe the blood In the entire
v.iemin three nuiiitli. Anv peon who wid lake
'. pill each nitfhl Irom 1 lo li week luuy be rcMoreil
' oiiiid health. If "Ui h a tiling be (ioible. Sent
y man tor letter Mainp. 1 JllNSuNAlu.
fJ roiiors RASTEH.
There I no duulit no'it the LTeni u
I . riority of thin nrtiele over common porou
pm'teri' and other cUerinil retnediii. Miili a
liulnientf. electrloii appllam e. d'r. Ak phyl
1 ini: lu your ow n loenlny about it. It U w'oti
derful. tsold bv nil driitfL'il. Price i' Cent".
It i" u 1't.ct that we el! a ilr"t cl:i"K
1MAX0 ok OltOAX
nt a 'otvi r jol.-e tlmn any other t'.rin? WHY! He.
cu'lM' we I. live no AaelilJ. but Pe!l direct to families
from o'ir Faetorv nt wliolesule pricn. Pruxe all this
') n inline our Cmaln'.'ue. w ith Icei. .Mailed fret.
W'e iliip tor t"ii (lavs trial and warrant for live vearp.
I . S. I'IANij i (llti.AN CO..N-W YUKK.
HOW To (iKT THEM In theheM part of thiMtnte.
tt.lilin (Mill arren for nile. For Itee coy of
"KunciiK l'aclllc llotuei'tead,'' addrvMf Lund Coin-mii-t-ioiK-r.
The (J rent Diuretic Compound
It In a .tire, oiilek remedy for nil dUensef of the
Kidney.. Hliiilder. mid I ilmirv nrL'tni". exitln
elthei'ln male or leinalu. Ah. Irritation. Inlliiuinm
T I. n. or I'lcertitlon of the Kidneys mid lllndder,
tiruvel. Stone In the lllndder. lieddli-h or Prick
ilut Sediment In I'llne, Thick, cloudy ur Hnpy
I rlnt!. Palnrtil Vrliiullni;. Ih dwrttlnir. Mucous ami
liivoliiiiturv tiUi linr.Ti.s. Morbid 1 1 r 1 1 al .till of lliud.
tier and Cretliru. chronic Cutiimi ol llluiklcr,
huptiri'Mlon, Iteteiitlon or Incontinence of
1'r ne. lllnhi.ti.il liniiiav. OreaillC Meiikliess, I'e.
niak' Compbilnis, mid nil Chioulo Melodic, of the
rriniirv Mini Si.viinl ti..r,itis.
Tlmtintnds can uttesl to It wonderful curative
properties In these diseases. ,
For Nervous lii.hllliv. with nil Its L-loomy intend
iints.-lllr.r.lness. Loss of Memory, Low Spliits,
.k i, II I. n .... .... .1.,.. ....,,.,.1.,
n'moLANDKH', lll clll' imoys up theenerviited
system, linpiiillni new uin and vii-orous ncin n
the whole system bccoiiilnK nrelii;theui'd ttltd l
He snrfl nml nk for KtmilundVr'i Uiiclin,
lnrlst upon huvltii It, ami tnlco no other.
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uu AKUicinu ueoicr. Keuvruiiy.
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Letter and romiiiniiifHtlons should be addressed
"Calm Bulletin Cairo. Illlinois "
Haven .nil tow- . Memphis
JohnB. Muud St. Louis
(ircy Hound and luw ..Ohio Klver
James Howard Xew Orleans
Jame FUk Padurab
Raveu and tow Evan-villc
Johi B. Mand VI. k-biirjr
Grey Hound and tow M. Lotil
James Howard St. Louis
Clifton St. Louis
Dacutnh St Imls
James Fisk Paducah
Th': 0rona is 'ue from Ne-.v Orleans for
The CmsMil!r left .Memphis fur Cin
The Lauia,L. Davis leaves Louisville for
St. Louis this cvenim.
The Haeii atxi tow, pus'l tip fiom
Memphis for Evansville, TliUrsJaj night.
The Annie P. .Silver, of the Anchor Line,
is due from New Orleans to-day for St.
The Grey Hound passed down eaily yes
terday morning, with a tow of coal for the
The levee wore a quiet aspect yesterday.
Business on the rivers is slacking up con-1
The Golden Rule probaldv passed up
during the night. She left Memphis at s
o'clock Thursday morning.
The great Anchor Line steamer City of
Helena, Captain Isaac McKee, will be here
to-day, from Vicksbnrg, on her way to St.
Captain Ikn Howard's elegant and fast
Idlewild, is the packet for Evansville and
way landings this evening. She it a daisy
to travel on.
The Golden City, is due from Cincinnati
to-day en route to New Orleans. She is one
of the very best boats in the Southern
Transportation Company's fleck.
It is saH that the Anchor Line has
lKHii;ht thevlo'Mtit and spoe.lv strainer Illi
nois, and that sUo is t b placed in the St.
Louis and Memnhi trad
The John 15. M iiide. from St. Louis
passed down for Momphis ami Vicksbnrg
about day break yesterday nioniing. She
had a good cargo on arrival, and made good
The Daeotah trom Pittsburg, has a big
trip for St. Louis. She passed this port
about nnnn. Stopping only a few minutes,
as there was no business here to detain her.
The James Howard pxsed up during
the morning, discharging here a lot of
sugar, molasses, lemons and oranges find a
number of prsscngers. She was full of
people, and had 1200 tons of freight.
The new Pittsburg and St. Louis packet
Clifton, is a tine ami fast one. Captain
Vnndergrif, formerly commander of the
John L. Khodes, is her chief officer. The
Ciifton passed this port yesterday loaded to
the waters edge for St. Louis.
Shippers mid trawlers .should not forget
to remember that the splendid Anchor Line
steamer Ste. Genevieve will arrive from St.
Louis this evening, to leave with a return
trip for that port after she has discharged
her cargo here. Captain Ed. Gray com
mander, and George linker, and Lem Car
ter are her clcik.
Why wii.i, yoc allow n eolil to iuI-
viiee in your system anil thus out oili ng
more .serious malailieH, such as Pneumonia,
Heinorrliay;ps nml a froulilts when nit
imn.-.linto relief enn ho ensilv ho nttiiineil
l,oseliecleiRljm jyrp 1S yUj1K,, (
largest sale in th, worltl for the euro o!
Coughs, Cohln ami , Se.verest Lunif Dis
enses.lt is Dr. Iloseliee'ti famous German imt
scriiition, ami is preparetl with the jrivalet
enre, ami no tear neeil hcenterlaineil in ml
mlnisteriny it to the youngest chilil, i;h tie
directions. The wile ot this medleim. is
unprecedeliteil. Sineu Hist introduced there
litis lieeii ft constant increasinis demand nnd
without sintrlc report of a lailurc to do its
rriTR DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 3, i$7Q.
work in any ense. Ask your druggist ns to
the tin tli of these rcnwiks. Lurgu si.o 73
cent. Try it and be enivincid.
Tun Kini Califounia JJankek. When
it became known that one the richest
California bankers had left' the Pad lie
Coast and transferred his base, of operations
to the New York Stuck erdunge, all the
shrewd financiers watcliel hi course with
keen interest to auo how ie would succeed.
The result has emphatiially proved the
wealthy banker's sagacity, Dcsidcs having
a much wider ami more pumising Held to
operate in, hit is known to have been in several
stock combinations that paid immense
profits. Ily the combinaion method of
operating in stocks Messrs. Lawrence & Co.,
Hunkers, N. Y. unite orders of thousands
of customers, in different sums, into one
vast capital, Hnd operate thnn ana mighty
whole, dividing profits pr rah amqng
shareholders every 110 days. Capitil in any
amount from f 10 to $100,000 canoe used
with great success in these pooh. $25
would pay $100 profit. $100 woull inako
$."),000 or 10 per cent, on the stock during
the month. Messrs. Lawrence ft CV's new
circular (mailed free) gives "two ujcrring
rules lor success,"' and full particulars, so
that any one can operate in stocks and
make money. Stocks and bonds wtnted
Government bonds supplied. Apply to
Lawrence & Co., Bankers, 57 Excl ange
Place, N. Y.
No eloquent tongue or pen is needed to
commend Coussens' Lightning Liniment to
an appreciative public, as a cure for Rheu
matism, Lame Back, Neuralgia, Bruises,
Sprains, Corns and Bunions. It is also un
equaled as a remedy for the ills that com
monly utllict horses, such as Spavin, Ring
bone, Gall?, Scratches, etc. Warts and
Knots, being easily removed by its use.
Try' Coussens' Lightning Liniment, ami you
will want no other. Price oO cents a bottle.
For sale by Barclay Bros.
Dear Bell Our commencement ex
ercises are over. I have received my di
ploma, and am now ready to enter with zest
into the pleasures of gay society. Attired
becomingly in a pure white robe, such as
angels might love to wear, I took a prom
inent part in the musical exercises in the
evening. Although I hnd contracted a
severe cold a few clays before, I was en
abled by the use of Coussens' Honey of
Tar, the best remedv in the world for
coughs, colds, and all diseases of the
thro it and lungs, to sing so well that I
completely enraptured a large audience.
Tell uncle John that the use of that valua
ble compound. Coussens Honey of Tar,
will cure his cough. It is only 50 cents a
bottle, and can )c lxmght at Barclay Bros,
drug sture. Yours in haste,
Consumption Ccked.--An old physician,
retired from practice, having had placed in
bis hands by an East India missionary the
formula of a simple vegetable remedy, for
the speedy and permanent cure for con
sumption, bronchitis, catarrah, asthma, and
all throat and lung affections, also a jxxsi
tive and radical cure for nervous debility
and all nervous complaints, after having
tested its wonderful curative jwwers in
thousands of eases, has ftlt it his duty to
make it known to his suffering fellows.
Actuated by this motive, and a desire to re;
lieve human sutferinir, I will semi, free of
charge, to all whodei-ire it, this recipe, with
full directions for preparing and using, in
German, French, or English. Sent by mail
by addtessing with stamp, naming this pa
per. W. W. Sherar, M'J Powers' Block,
R-ichester, New York.
A C.Msn. To all who are suffering from
the errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, &c., I will send a recipe that w ill cure
you, hike ok cii.un.K. This reat remedy
was discovered hy a missionary in Sou'h
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'po 1NVBNTOHS AND MECHANICS.
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.inc. inn l no. , (ill chemically combined, warranted much 1 iiuilsonitirand Cheaper and to lastTWICR1
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Paliii I In th "secMoiior ii, AIN1 - -''itleineii.- e have sold larjro quantities or your Enamel
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ASSETS KOU KVKKV DOM. Alt OK l.tAllIMTlKS.
Of the seventeen largest Life Insurance Companies of the United Slates, thu ratio
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J-tThese figures are from the official report of the New York Insurance Depart
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EXAM EL PAIXT & VAKXISU CO.
AWARDED A FIRST
' St. Louis, Mo.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. 11.
Jill I IIIC.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
St. Louis and Chicago
THE onlv road running two dally trains from Cairo
making direct connection with Eastern Unci.
TRAINS Lit AVI IIAtRO.
1U0 p, m.i Fast exnruaM. arrlvln,. In St l.nnls
p. in.; Chicago :50 a.m.
1 :10 p.m. CINCINNATI & LOUISVILLE
r AST LINK
Arrlvlns In Cincinnati at 7:00 a. m l.nnUvllle.
T:t)a. m.; Indlunapolla, 4:1S i. m. Pansungera by
thle train arrive, at above, polnta
12 TO 30 HOURS IN ADVANCE
Of any other route.
7. A p m. Fast Mall, with sleepers attached, for
"8T. Lol lSand CIIICAOO, arrlvlutj In St.
I.ouls at il :.V) a. m. : Chlcauo at 10:40 a. in., connect-
IiiL'ut odiu or KfMngham for Cincinnati, Louisville,
FAST TIME EAST.
P K QSlVXf 17T)tf hy this lino so through
I ii.k5orJlUl!sJlO to thu East without any
delay caused by hunday Intervunlun, The Satur
day afternoon train from Cairo arrives in Xew York
.Motuliiy inoruluu'at 10:ffi. Thlrty-slx nonr in ad
vance of any other route..
tVAdvertlsumentaof competiim lines that they
niHku better time than this, ouu nm issued either
through Ignorance or a deslro to mislead the public.
for in roimti ticket and inrormutlon upply at Illi
nois Cent nil Itullrotid depot, Cairo.
TRAIN'S AUIUYE AT CAIRO:
.IAS. JOIlNSOX.Oen'l Southeru Aa't.
.1. II. JONES, Ticket Aijent.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
H. V". S31ITHKRS. Reeeiver.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOU.
Through F.xpress leaves Cairo 10:00 a.m.
Throiiuh Express arrives at K. Si. Louie., ft: Kip. in.
Through Express leaves E. St. Louis.... S::ia.m.
Through Express arrives at Cairo 5:1.1 p.m.
Murpuysboro accommodation leaves Calm j.l.lp.m,
jnu-pnjrsnuru rtcc. arrives at .viiirpnysiioro et.i. p.m.
miiriuysnoro acc. leaves JlinpiiysDoro. .. r:.sip.in.
Murphyshoro Ace. arrives at Cairo i oSp.ni.
The Cairo & St. I.ouls Rntl itoml U the only all.
Kail Hotito between Culm iintl St. Louis under ouo
maniiiemeut, therefore there are no delay, at
wav Ktiitlous aw altinirconuectloua from other lines.
Close and suru cotmectlona aV St. Loula with other
lines for North, East and Weet.
J. A. NAUGLE.
CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
01 "If TT TCI THE SHORTEST ROUTE TO
Ol iUiLIiO Kvansville.
47 AfTT T?G THE SHORTEST TO LOUIS
41 JIUjHiO VILI.E, CINCINNATI, BAL
TIMORE AND WASHINGTON.
!J i Af TT THE SHORTEST TO INDIAN
0 MLLLtO APOLIS.PUILADELPHIA.XEW
YORK AND BOSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over train of all other routes making the name
ty Passengers by other routec to make connec
tions must rldo all nltrbt, waiting from one to sii
bourn at small country etatloun for trains of con
T?"Pf T?TTII?PTHE FACT and takeonr4:45
lViUrjUlJ -Ci-U m trllln( reachln-r Evans
ville, Indianapolis, Cincinnati and Louisville same
day. Trains leave and arrive at Cairo as follows:
Mail leaves 4:4.1a.m.
Mail arrives 10:(p.m.
Through tickets and checks to all Important
V. X. MILLEK ROSWELL MILLER.
Gen'l Pass. Agent. General Sup't.
L. B. CHURCH. Passenger Agent.
FEVER AXD AGUE PAD.
CURE BY ABSORPTION!
Without DosiiiffTlio Better Way.
LIVER & AGUE' PAD
BODY & FOOT PLASTERS
Medicated Foot Baths.
These remedies wlilfili are the sole exponents of
the Cure by Absorption are opposed In Dosing havu
linen proved the cheapest and Mint ftlectual Reme
dy for nil Diseases Arislngfioin MiiliirlTor TliieoT
dreed Stomach or Liver, and It is a well known fact
that nearly all the ill-eases that attack the human
body can bo traced directly or indirectly to these
It Is known hy actual experience tlint there Is uo
diseuse that attacks the vuutli and adilit of both sex
es that can even be modilled by the iir.it of drug,
but that can be acted on in u fur more satisfactory
and permanent manlier hy the 1IOLMAN l.IVttK
PAD CO.'S HEM EDI KM. :
y iiTi i lit l'li 'MB Csi"iMH7 1' ' i i ml lyV-
k 1 10 vv 1 e I m 'il U 1 Hy onij thw
iii'iu-lTTii' M oilicino, httvw Ih-pu Hitv
oil under the MiUl Act ton ot'Thosw
If questioned, send for our pamphlet, "Nature's
Laws," giving extended luforinallou and testimo
nials n-om the tlrst people of the coimtry. MmWd
The remedies are sent by man. post paia, on ro
rhlpt of price, except thu Salt, which Is sent by ex
press at purchaser's exueuse.
Consultation five, ami solicited at our oflll'C, or
by mall, giving full deacrlptlou of yoiircuse.
DESCRIPTIVE PRICE LIST.
HEGULAK PAD $4 00; Incipient diseases, firsl
stages Chills and Fever, etc.
SPECIAL PAD-f.) (Hi; Chronic Liver and Stom
ach Disorders, and Malaria.
SPLEEN I1ELT-S (XI; Enlarged Spleen and
Liver aud Chill Cuke.
INFANT PAD-J-lt 80; Preventative and enre of
Cholera IntiTutuin aud Summer
BODY TLASTERS 8l)c
FOOT " pair Wc
Auxiliaries tor jservona
and Clrcnlatlvo Troub
les throwing eft ob
structions aud remov-
WtlKmni a9Tm ts-t:iLrJ HwT
Inir ttMlns .
In.Vl... fits KnMs. Hick J
heatlach. ntimhuess o A
box lite; H boxes, ll.ffll extremities, etc. . . .
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