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ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. U.
ShortoHt and Quickest Route to
St. Xjouis and Chicago
'IMIEonlvroad riinnlntMwodnlly trains from Onlro
1 mukliiK direct connection with Eastern llui-it
1:10 J), in. CINCINNATI & LOUISVILLE
' AM hi Mi1;
mrlvl"slin',!",ln""tl ' "i-; i.uiiivin!,
. .niii. in.; lii'liiijuill(i, 4:1.1 h. m. Pasaunucrs Itv
ihi. (ruin arrive at above point" k y
13 TO aiJHOUHS IN ADVANCE
- ,,, f itnv oiJht rinilf.
I ' U) LV", , I".' M"'1- l'hsleepcrs atlachcd. f..r
I 7 . J.!'01 ISu'"1 CIIICAOO, arrivlnir III St.
, , .? m ""V'- Chlcu;!oatlO:in. hi., conned
Ihi; in Odin or .hu,.miii for Cincinnati, LouUvlllu
, FAST TI MK EAST.
I VSSF'(i VU ,,v l,,u """ '" "I'rniicb
, ''.Till ,. K,t wi,10llt uliy
. la caused liv Simdav interveuiiiif. Tim Sitlur-
''"' riiot.ii iri fr()M ( nin, arrlv. In New York
Monday iiiorniri-ut in :. 'J blrty-fix hour In ad-
Minrc; "I any other route.
f.-l'v''r,l'",Hn,iit f rompetlnu lines ihul they
Illlike belter Hi,,,. lM ,llH one ale Is-licd either
il.roueli ifiKirum or a desire tn mislead t tit- public.
tor throic-h Hi kcts mid Information apply ut llll
hols I cutrtii Kuilroud depot, Cuiro.
., TRAIN'S AitlllVB AT CAIRO:
Mul1 ;...'.', 4:nf!i.m.
(JAIU0 fc ST. LOUIS II. K.
H. W'.HMITIIKIW, lUniver.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BLTWEE.N
CAIRO AND ST. I,OL'IS.
T:.rou;.-li Express leave. Cairo 1():(KI a.m.
. .roiiuli Kxrt-Ki urrivi-w at K. M Lotii... ti:40i..m.
. hroti-h hpr.- leave E. Si. Louis.... S::iiiM.m.
hrou-li Expro arrive nt Cairo 5:1.' p in.
Murpriysiioroaccoiumoiluliori .-av. I alro i! l.'.p.tu.
J1' phy.Uro Ai r arrive, at Murphyslmro .. p in.
M-irihy-liorii A'.-, have. M urjiliv-burci . . . 5:V tn.
M irphy.t.oro .W-. arrives at Cairo V! .V. p.m.
Thr Cairo st Lotila Rail :t j tR, ),. ;
Rao Route l.. iitii Cairo mul M. Lotii. uiidcf one
::nna'.'. iii, i,i. ii,r.fl)rc Id' re nr.- no iliduia m
v.v Uniim.. iiWKititiir connection, from other lines.
." Ilt.il Mirr r.nitii-ctlol,. ut s: I.ntii v i t ti oll.i r
.;tn-f fur N'iiMIi. Kaft aud Wirt,
I A. NAl'i.;.K. L. M. Ji ill N- iN.
A-'i iit. Ctii'rul Mi.nnfi-r.
('AIRO ct VINCEXXESR.ll.
I'll Af 1 1 I.V T1IK SlIni!TKT llf-l'TK TO
1 J 1 lil IjvaiiMvllli-.
L7 Mil .TiiE siiduri'sT t Lens.
r I JI 1 li I ..I 1 1. i.e. rl M l.S'N'AU, UAL
TIMOHK AN'I WASHINGTON.
!I All I LVTIIK SIIOKTKST TO INIlIAX-H-
JlLI.r.. Al (i.Is,l'lULAlJEl.I'lUA.NtW
VOKK AN It LosTu.N
SIX HOURS SAVED
ov r traiha of .ill olh.T ronl. i iunklni; tin: rntr.c
f rai-ti'.vra lir i.tln r roitti' to laaki' ronticf
'.viin umt rii:f all iii.l.t. naitii,-; from ut.p to fix
tusr" a! tuull rtuiniri rtatinii lor UiiUt of coil-t-rrtln,
M V M KM I K 1 ?T" K r"A, T '"k'" orf !
ikl.u Ij.m 111. It , rcrhi,,,, Evan..
il!r. Itnli.ir.hmll. ( In n.nali and Uiul.vllle aume
: Triiin. Ii and arrliv at Cairo ai1 folUmn :
Mali Ita.f. CVu.Hl.
MhiI arrni'a Hem i m.
Throuli tnki'iii and clun kn to all important
K. A. MII.I.KK ROSWEI.L MILLER.
li I l'u- Af Ct. Ocni ral Suy't.
L. II. C H I lie II. PaM. ru;. r Ai nt.
I'ATAIUI, THE CAl'SE AND ClItE."
A Pamphlet hy I'h Ci tn.ni Pratt, of SK Smt-
t . ChliaL'o. lr I'raf In tli.' aiilin.r of the Oniu
Tr. ulni.'iil fur Catarrli. a:nl In till, in w ttniliM- l
rv. uli'd trrn MiT.'t o hi. .ui c.' in tin- tn aliin tit
If a dlni aM'. to tthlrh h' hn niv. ii the Mmlv (.f u
timv Price of r.niij nl. t .'5 ct. Send for It
.MK'IIKiAX STOVE CO.
t'J LsikoSt., 5..i Sciicfii St.
l.V POINT )!'
Kcoiiniiiy in Fuel, Dui'ii-
liility, mul ConvoulciHT.
('(inilili'tciii'ss f dcsittii.ii ml
Simplicity of Maiiaciiicnt. ami
(ionerul Workini; (lalllii'x.
TUB ItKST AM) MOST KEUA1U.K
r o v e s
IN THE MAHKKT.
Timo Tried mul Fire Tested!
ACKNOW LK1KJED FAVORITES.
EVERY RTOVE REL1AHLE,
AND rilOVEH A SUt'UEHH.
ALL GOODS FULLY WAUUANTED.
for Blo Svorywucro by i lrtt CUi Ucilori.
'h?i Sa fe$7
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Oittce: bullctlo IlulIilUiK, Wi,lilni;lon Avenue
etubnor iption I(utiai:
nally (d i' 1 1 vend by rarrtcra) ir week !fl
Hv mull (in advance), ouc year
TI. ...... m.
f 10 III
. ... w .....,., B-al(
Cy mul) Mr rtvanctO.oncyeur
I'o cluli of tun and over (per copy).
Pixtau in all ciihcii prepaid,
Firm Innertlon, pernqtiare
Snh'(Henl liiH rllonn, (ier Hituire
or one week, per nnmre ,
ror two wecl, per K(uure
or Ihrre weeki", per Hijiiara.! ",
'or one moiith. per nijimrc
Kach uddltlonal Ml. IIHru
Olilluarle. and n'aiiiiuMiVpaVaVdViyViiidelTi'a
tenrcnl" per line. '
Ueutliaaud liiarrlujii n free
ElrPl Inaertlnn. tier n,i,,r..
r. mill line ot hoIIU nonpareil roni-tlliite n...iiure
Illfplayed advert li-em. iiU will he !
... . . . . . .
IIU' to the apaei: o.ciipl. d. at ul.ove ratest,i-re be
ne twelve line, of (..In) type to , ,,
To rel'lllar ailVertl.er. we olV,.r ain..-H..r liwlnrn.
Tlenl'. l.ulli MH III nil. , .if I ln.r....a .....I r ,.r
iLplaylni; their favor".
I.oni. iioil. e. twenty eentn per line for firnt Iiihit
Ion: ten cenla tier line for each ulilie.iueiit li..er.
'I'll i a pitier mav he roiindon (lie ..I Cen ! It..u..H
,t Co. "a Newnlnper Artvertininu' llureim (III spruie
trei-ti where advertifitii! contructa mav he inadt:
for it in New York.
Communication, upon .uhlecta of L'eneral Interent
in the ptililie areatall lime, acc.'ptahle. Itejectud
m.iuiiM riii will not he returned.
Letter, anil coiniiiiiiiicatloii" ahotilu he addre.aed
C airo H illetiu Cuiro, l.llinoia "
.'a:ni a W. I ialT
To a Kit. Nellie Spe.-rn
"learner. .lumea Howard New Orleani"
C. V, And' !.on Nahvlllp
.lame. K!-k Pafiucoh
Jam. W. (.a!, Plttalinr"
Towlmui. J. sharp Mi I onaid and tow New Orleans
Coal City ii.d tow t. Louia
Nellie Spe. ra PUUhurg
UI V f. II - W EAT 1 1 EH Ut I X ESS.
Tl:: w:tll"r W;w ilcli'.'htfll!.
l!uine.-s is not urtivc but .just fair.
The river contMiut." to ileclinp, with 14
feet 0 inch" on the ii i: last evening a
f ill el ) ilieho in '.'.J h.t;rs.
The I.aunt L. D ivk fiDtn St Imis fur
Cincinnati, is ihie here to-ui'ht.
Ti e HowarJ ." awav early yestenli.y
ir.nniing with a bi- trip. Sla- uiI.Km abnut
The Vint Shinkle f. r Memphis, ami
(;..ii.l:nir Star for New tileans, leave Cin
cinnati this evening.
Fur I'ailur ih, Kvansvtlle an-1 way points
thi cvenini.', i the fleet ami pretty bllcwihi,
Captain I!en Howard in cninmanil, John
The Colonnln arrive.! from St. 1juis
TuoMlay ni'ht. She h.nl a tine ht of freight
anil peojile. and added lightly to her cariro
lu re, departing after a stay of a cuuple of
The Clinton lefc Cincinnati lat cTenini;
for St. Lords, and the Eldorado, from St.
Louis is due here this evening-The John L.
Hliodes, f..r Pittsburg from St. Lmis is due
lierc to morrow.
To-day's St. Louis Anchor Liner will be
Caf'.ain Jack Cart.-r's palatial new steamer
City of (Jreenville. Mr. John Corbin is
In r pleasant clerk. She will lie here nt
The Future City, instead nf starting
f"r "Sew Orleans on Thui.-day, went back
upthe Mississippi an 1 returned yesterday
morning with three more barges, which
she added to those she left here, uiul star
ted soih last night.
In our report yesterday morning the
printer made us say the John A. Scudder
would pass up yesterday, Friday, when we
intended to say the (irand Tower. That
printer is not a member ol the Kcd Kibbon
club. Ditto that river editor).
The James Caff arrived from Mem
phis last evening with oStt bales cotton, 100
barrels oils and 2,V) tons . miscellaneous
freight and full of passengers. Among her
people is Commodore James Wise, superin
tendent of the Cincinnati nnd Memphis
Captain Hiram Hill, of this city, who has
been at work for several months taking out
the cargoes of the liarges and raising the
sunken tow-boat Ed. llobbs, has them afloat
at last. The barge All" Kei le, was pumped
out last Sunday by the Charlie Hill and at
tempts are being uade to pump the Hobb
Captain Dave Silver's line Anchor Line
steamer Annie 1'. Silver will arrive to dav
from St. Louis. She is destined for New
Orleans, leaving tli! evening. Captain
Tom Shields transacts the business of the
Anchor Line here, and can be found at his
olliceontlie big wharf-bout, loot of Sixth
Captain Charlie. Nellis' tug; Laurel, on
her way to New Orleans with seven tow
boats, grounded them just above Austin,
Miss., on Sunday. Sho was Icing lightened
iipyeHtcvday, the steamer Hard Cash hav
lug taken her nn empty coal boat Thursday.
Tlio barges arc tho property of J. W. Leon
ard, thu stave dealer, formerly of this
It 1h sa'uHlmt ( nptain Vim Hook and his
associates, Captain Urmly mul Charles Sen
mill), who contracted with Capt. Hill Ham
Melon, of the Mound City "Ways, to build
them a lnrgo stcm-whcol boat for tho St.
LouU mill New Orleans t -mlc, have failed
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
to live up to their agreement, and that
Captain llainbleton will incur a loss of not
less tlitin f-,,000 .y the operation, having
already complete tho frame of the boat,
and contracted fur all the timber required
in building the calt.
Atchison, Kaniis, lias passed an ordinance
making each andevery employe of a steam
boat, landing retlgees at that port, liable
to a fine of one hundred dollars and im
prisonment for luee months. According
to the bill for wl;bh the loyal and christ
ianliko congresimeu and senators from
Kansas labored io hanl and bawled so
loud, the civil rights bill, steamboats are
made powerless to i.i.y w hether they will or
will not carry re.'ugecs. If a refugee or any
other "(fee'' tenders a steamboat the requi
site amount of fare, he can get oil' of a
boat when and where ho pleases, and
Atchison can pass ordinances from now
until G'tbnal blows his horn, and yet be no
nearer prohibiting a steamer from landing
refugee negro passengers at her wharf,
than she was lieforc she began. Steam
Ismta have nothing to tear from Atchison's
I'JIOTECT THE SYSTEM KHOM MaI.AKIA.
It is possible to do this even in regions of
country where miusma is most rife, and
where the periodic fevers which it causes
assume their most formidable types. The
immense popularity of Hosti ter's Stomach
Hitters is very largely attributable to the
fact of its efticacy as a remedy for chills
and fever, bilious remittents, and as a
preventive of the various forms of
malarial disease In those portions
of the West and Niuth where complaints of
this nature prevail, and in the Tropics, it is
particularly esteemed for the protective in
fluence which it exerts; and it has been
very widely adopted as a substitute for the
dangerous aud comparatively ineffective
alkaloid, sulphate of (piinine. Physicians
have not been among the last to concede
its tncrite, and the emphatic professional
endorsements which it has received have
added to the reputation it has obtained at
home and abroad.
A ItEITBLICAN PROTEST A i A I N ST
Philadelphia Telegraph R. p )
The glittering cowl .steel of his facts
should puncture the ihir.l-te;in movement
effectually, for it demonstrates that Gen.
Grant, if he should be nominated next year,
would fail Hi a candidate by the weight of
his own record. It would be enough
against the expediency of his candidacy "to
mention the factions that would
savagely oppose dim, aud those
that would give him a lukewarm
support; and yet they would not be half so
dangerous enemies as the great army of
thought! ul, conservative Republicans, who
would either vote against him ur not vote
at all in case of his nomination, because of
the fact that he would be a third term
candidate, and because of the chaiacter of
his administration. Even the press of the
Republican party would not lie united upon
him; indeed, the strongest and most power
ful moulder of public opion in tho country
and party would light him to the last hour
that the polls are open.
The death hate ok our country is get
ting tearfully alarming, the average of life
being lessened every year, without any rea
sonable cause, the death resulting generally
from the mo-t liisignigcai.t origin. At this
season of the year especially, a cold is such
a common thing that in the hurry of every
day life we are apt to overlook the dangers
attending it and often find too late, that a
Fever and Lung trouble has already set in.
Thousands loe their lives in this way
every winter, while had Roshee's German
Syrup been taken a cure would have result
ed, and a large billot a doctor lteen avoided.
ror an diseases oi me tnroar. and lungs.
Roschcc's German Syrup has proven itseh
to be the greatest discovery of its kind in
medicine. Every druggist in the country
will tell you of its wonderful effect. Over
!).-0,noo bottles sold la.-t year without a
single tailnre known.
The man who wants to know about
things. We have nil seen him. Have all
"been there;" as they nay in the beautiful
West. A dear son of New England having
plied a new-comer in the mining region of
Nevada with every conceivable question as
to why he visited the gold region, his hopes,
means, etc., finally asked him if he had a
"Yes, sir," was the reply, "I have a wife
and six children, and I never saw one of
Then there was a brief silence, after
which the bore commenced; "Was you
ever blind, sir;"
"Did I understand you to say that you
had a wife and six children living in New
York, and had never seen one of theini"
"How cm that be?"
"Why," wm the reply, one of them was
born after I hit!"
Pheseiivk your Hatty's health by
promptly administering Dr. Hull's Ruby
Syrup for the diseases of early childhood.
Price 23 cents a bottle.
"Tun Fi.i uur lx Stock" Always means
an opportunity f.ir some shrewd and lively
operator to nuke a handsome profit.
Messrs. Lawrente & Co., Hankers, K. V.,
have established the new combination sys
tem for operatin; in stocks, so that capital
in any amount fom to $50,000 can bo
used profitably it; any time that may suit
the customer. y pooling tho orders of
thousands of pnttms into one mieiuo sum,
and operating tlnln rw a mighty whole, un
der the must expHonceci skill, vast profit
are made, which Lid be gained in no other
way. These nro
ivided pro rata among
thly. An Investment of
$10 returns ,-,o, or or 5 per cent, on the
stock", f 100 payg 9,")0, and so on, accord
ing to the market. A St. Louis patron
made over three hundred per cent, on an
investment in October by the combination
method. Messrs. Lawrence & Co.'s new
circular (mailed free) has "two unerring
rules for success," and f information so
that any one can operate with profit. Stocks
and liouds wanted. Government bonds
supplied. Apply to Lawrence & Co., Rank
ers, 5 Exchange Place, N. Y. t'iiy.
Qi'EKY. Why will men smoke common
tobacco when they can buy Mai bury Rro's
"Seal of North Carolina" at the same price!
THE AXCHOK LINE.
For Xew Orleans. JH1
''1,AKLKS I'- CHOUTEAU,
Moulay. May':!.' iii'i p. in,"
Jamkh O Nkm
Tnuraduy, May S, at i! p. M.
ANNIE P. SILVER,
11. H. Hitvin ,,,
afiriUy. May 1(1. at 2 p. m.
FOR MEMPHIS AND VICKSBl'RG.
CITY OF HELENA.
Tikaday, May . ut 5 p. M.
Thuraday. May S. at 3 p, in.
Jons T. McCoim
Suturdav. May 111, at 5 p. in.
FOR ST. LOUIS.
ANNIE P. SILVER.
I). II. SlLVtll
Monday, May 5. nt noon.
Tueaday, May II. at 1(1 p. ni.
W. P. HALL1DAY.
K. W. (i.u i n
WedncHiluy, May T, at noon .
John T. MeCnr.n
Thur.day. May S. at 10 p ru.
JOHN A. SCUDDER.
Fttx Calveiit Mutter
Friday, May 9. nt noun.
GRAN D TOWER.
CJi:oi!i.u W. I.i:sno. Ma.ter
baturday. May in. at 1(1 p. tn.
For all Information apply to Anchor Line Office.
Wharflioat No. 2.
Cait. THOMAS W. SHIELDS. Supt.
CARPI'.NTF.R AND CONTRACTOR.
JOIIX A. rooR,
Carpenter and Contractor.
SHOP ON" TENTH STKEE T,
(between Wai'bUiKtoR and Walnut.)
Estimates on buildings, on losses by tire
or otherwise made on short notice.
VI.I. work ir.trtmed to bitn will receive prompt
tittentiou. aud w 111 be executed iu a put sfactnry
lKIr.A. A. V'.IvI Y"
Horses boarded by the week ut reusonuMe ruten.
GOOD HORSES AND BUGGIES
At prices to suit the times, dive mo a call
JM'Tl'AL AID SOCIETY.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
Mutual Aid Society
Organized July H'.h, 1U77, I'ikUt the IW3ol
the Stale nt' Illinois. Ciip.vrijrlitcd July
), 1 1577. under Act of t'ontrcKS.
WILLIAM STUATTON, Pkksiiikxt.
Mas. I'. A. TAYLOR, - Vu K Piiksiiiknt.
J. A. CJOLDSTINE, -Ilil.
J. J. OOUIHIN,
THOMAS LEWIS. -
IIOAUD OV MANACIKKS:
i i i:io;iinv i H.....I..1.. ..
Mrs. 1'. A. TAYLOR, SiiiierlViiVuduut'of
Sclio da. Alexander Countv " "
Mrs. E. C l'dldt. Vurlety lli'iickel Store, "
.1. A. tittl.DSTINE, of (ioldsline ,t Ho
senwalcr. W holesule mid Retail Drillers
In staple nnd Kancv Dry (ioods '
N. It. THISTLE v dttl), of lllukle Jis
Thlsll. wood. ('oniuileHlon Merchants,
Cotton anil Tobacco Factors "
S. l. AY KHS. or Ayera Co., Ciiimiiln
sion .Merehiilils u ..
THOMAS LEWIS, InBitranco Miiii')i,'r
and Attorney at Law "
W.M. Sl'KATTON.of Strallon Ji Hlrd,
(il-;o. .M. ALDUS, Commission Mer
chant. .H Ohio Levee "
JAS. S. It HAltDKN, Ajn-nt Mississippi
Vallev li'iiu.portiitloiil ouipanv "
HAIIIilSON 1IOLPT, Watclininker and
Jimeler ,,, u i
I HAS. It. STUART, Wholesale and Ru
tall Dry tiooda nnd Notions. , ' "
HOWARD A. IIUDKH, Mnniifai'lurliii!
jeweler nnd Wholesnle Healer In
Watchmakers' Toola aud Miilerials.... "
KDWIN R. hONKW, Proprietor St.
Chnrlca Hotel ,. i.
HAKN LEIOIITON, ConimisHlon Me'r-
Dr. HOWARD It. ROK. U. S. MnrMlinl
Soiilhern Dlstr ct IUIiiuU Hiirinvflcld, lilt.
Wri". Rv. Villa l(ldi!,
Dr. R. "u"'"''- MiylliiH.Mii(llHtipolla. Ind
JAS. M. OKLA'IT, lU'al Eslato
R(,,. DAVID C. VKLL8, Methodlit
In 'V:. v; Orand Jiiuetlon, Tn.
j. H, 01 LLEY Merchant Muridan.Mla.
MAY 10, 1879.
A Specific Remedy For All
BLA1)1)EI it KIDNEYS
l-ur Debility. Loas of Memorv. Indisposition to
Exertion or Husit;eaa, Shortm's. of Ilreath.
Troubled with Thoie.'ht. or Disease, Dimness ol
Vision. Pain in the liaek. diet, and Head, lfu.h of
Wood to the lleud. Pule Countenance ami Dry Skin.
If these "vmptoins are allowed to eo oti. verv
frequently Epileptic. Fits and Consumption follow.
When the constitution becomes utlVctcd it require
the aid ol an lnvliirntlii! medicine to strengthen
and tone up the sysleai-w hlch
DOES I.N EVERY CASE.
HEDIBOLD S BUCHU
rtynny remeilv known It is pre.cribed lv the
most emiueiit physicluns all over the worlif, iu.
Aches and Pains,
General 111 Health,
Female Complaints, etc.
Ilcadirhe. Pain In the whntildt'ra. Cimeh. Mzi
tiess, Sour Stomach Eruptions. Had Taste In tli.i
Mouth. lilpUallon (if the Heart, Puln In th" r" '
i!lon ol the hldney's. and a thousand other painful
symptoms, are Hie oll'sprlni,'i of Dyspepsia.
Invigorates the Stomach,
Anrl pilmnlHlPd tho torpid Mvrr. IWcln. nrnl Kiil-
1H' M 111 lllMllttlV IWMI1.I1 In ..In.. t.l I
all ImpuritifH, nnd Imparting u v iilu and vltor to
A single "trial will be sumclcnt to convince tho
liiubt ticslliitllij,' of its valuable, remedial iruulitlea.
ritlCE 81 r.EB BOTTLE
Or Six Bottles for S3.
Delivered to any address free from observation.
"Patlenla" mav nuisiill hv letler, recelvliut thu
same attention as hv callliu:.
Competent phvsleiatia attend to rorrespoudcuta.
All letter should he addressed to.
11. T. 1IELMB0LD.
Driiffif 1st ami Cliemist,
Sec that the private Proprieta
ry Stamp is on each bottle.
Reject all Violent Pursrntivea. Thev raiu the
tono ol thu bowela and wuukeu the illjiea'tlou. '
Tarrant's Kfl'crvcNcvnt Seltzer Aperient
la liaed hy rational pcimlu aa a means of rnlirvtriB
(ill derangement ol the atomneh. liver aud intra,
linen, becanaell remove, obatrnrtlons without pain,
and ImpnrtH vliror to tho uriruna which it nutltleii
.SOLD IIY ALL DHn.OISTS
"Standard of the World"
.1. U DAY, lute, of the linn of W. T lUnckwcH Jc Co
.1. H. DA Y it BRO,
Sold by by all denier. Smoke no other
Celebrated DIMV3IH 'STOKES
riijsleliiii. Mount Hope Retreat, Ralthnore.
Write.: "I hnvu irrtat tilea.ure In ai'.illn.. mv te.ll.
mony to Ihu virtues of Cold.-n's Likiiio's Liufio Ex
TUAtT ok Hekk and Tonic Invlorator ns the verv
be.t preparation used I'onlepres.loti, Wenkness anil
imlluestion. tbereforo. ronllrtentlv reeomineurt It to
the ineiJIeal iiroless.Lii." Sold by all drndsts
v " AOOSSSS TO
5it I pr.ittt on :ililHys Investment r 1 1 A
?lUO ODieial I!eo,t. r...' S I 1 II I
I roportloual returns every week on stock Options of
VT Pin-Ts'i, u-o-ieeV"" , . .Vddre.s,
.1 ..I OTTER K.HI A ( O . Danker-. 3T, Wall M.,
wi.l puy iii;,.. .-ii.u' y 01 mit per ue.i.'.a
an I ..ei.KH- i.r 1. 1 1 ... .1 1.0 w.i,.:in,.i..i., tn..ii ..vr
1J.-W at. I w.it.erlitl itiTouhi.ti.. V - uran A.ir vt
Sauiyio fue. Adare. suu Ak Si Co., iUrauuli, M.:iu
S77" m'MKli mid expenses nuaruiilreil 10 A'.-. UN
V' 1 OlttlH free. Shaw & Co.. Aupuslil. Malae.
Advei'tieniOllt !f "i"" inserted i week
Send 10c. for liatj paje pampUl
N'KW A 1 1 V EKTIS E3I E.NTS.
M ; E NTS W ANTED For the Ujst and Fa-trst
Selliiii; Pictorial Looks and Hihlos. Prices reduced
US pore ut. National l'tihllsbiii Co., C bieao, IU.
WANTED' ' VYuvNli MAN
llualn...s In his Comity. Address v ith references,
ph": Pa S ' :'0 ,-(x'U'.t ,r,','t' VMM-
CIIEPEST Hook-Store w
5:1.07a Superb English Hooks AT OUR PRR'F
75,iKl New American Hooks YOUR PRICF
lli.TH) Second hand Hooks 'f XYPlilCE
CntaioKtii! of (ietiera! Litemtitre Free.
:i Uceckmaii st., near New Post Office, New York.
XEW RICH BLOOD!
Pursona' Purj-iitive Pills make new Klrh Blood,
an w ill completely change thu blood In tho entiro
ystemin threo inonthH. Anv person who will tnk.s
1 pill euch 1 tilKht from 1 to li weeks may be restored
to sound health, If such a tiling b posKihle. sient
by mall for Sletter atumpa. 1. sj. JONSON Jt CO.
The Most Agreeable Tonic and
EVER OFFERED THE PUBLIC.
IT WILE IMPROVE YOl'R APPETITE,
OR TO EVERY PART OF THE BODY.
TllKKKUV ISIPAHTINU HkaLTII AXUStKKXTM
NO HE.AIEDY SO GOOD
FOR LA NO I'O R AM) DEBILITY.
Th medical family indorsn It for Dvspepsla,
.liiiindlce. Nervous Debility, loss ol Appetite, and
all dlseiisesarlalnir rrom disordered I.heror Stomach
Persons llviiif in or vl.ltlnir sceii.,,,,, wiu.re Ma.
liina. hever and Atrtie. Ililions Fever. ti. are the
cliiimetertslie diseases, should provide with thU
valuahle inedii Ine. It Is a .nr.. prrvetilallve lor all
aratiunof ' '"' " ls l,ri'P-
otic of tliohcst Remedial Au'etila which science of
henilstry has plaee.l at the dlsposa'. ol the pbysl
'X'T. l,IUr.:Vl,lj, "",l,r vuliial.le tonics, delicate-palau-
ar,,,,",,1(: '" I'le-cetUft
Price One Dollar Per Bottle.
For sale by all the wholesale Urn'lsts In Chto.1-0
and Medicine Dealers Keiierally. mra.o,
rpm (J HEAT ENGLISH UKMEDY !
(iHAY'S SPECIFIC MEDK'I.VE.
Iti HTHM'Iflllv fi.i'iot,.
TRADE MARK.m 1 ...
.... ......I. .... ...-
Ciil 1 i i tr cure for
Sperinatoih.M. 1 111 -
potencv, and all
disease that fol
low ns ti seiueuco
011 self abuse: as
Loss of Memorv,
Before TaWnz,VMSn Vhlftar Takin&
Hack, Dimness of thu Vision, Premature Old Ai(.,
mul many other diseases that lead to Insanity, Con
sumption and a Preuinlure Orave, all of which as a
rule are first caused by ileviiitluir from the path of
nature and over-lndulenee. The Spec I tic, Medlcloa
Is the result or a Hie study and ninny years of ex
perience in truallni,' these special dlsuases.
Full partle.tilars In our pamphlota, which we do
alre to send free hv mall to everv 0110.
The Speelilo Mcdlcliiu is solil by nil druists at
fl per package, or six parkat'es for.V or will ho
cut by mull on receliil of the money hv addressluit
THE ORAY MEDICINE CO.,
No. K' Mechnnlc a Block, Drtkoit. Mich.
IfT-Sold In Cairu. 111., by 1'aci. o. bcHCM, and
nv KniL't'lHt. everywhere.
lOUNDHY, MACHINE SHOP ANI
STW A At . vnnr. v
VULCAN IllON WOKKS'
n OHIO LKVKK. CAIRO. II LS
Jolin T. Iieniiie
HAVINO ratabll.hed hiaworki at the above men
tinned plaer la hrttef prepared than rver for
liiniiufaclurliig Steam Knulpea and Mill achioery.
Having a Steam Hammer and ampla Tool", tn
manulaclura of all kluda nt Machluory, IUIIroadr
tftmmlNMt and Bililjfo Foruluir made a tnerlatty.
Kan Ul atteulloa irlveu U rvpairi rf A "Uoa M t
Braaa Caatlnc of all kind Mad to erriet
Ftp ritUng U ail IU hraackiM. j