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FEVER AND AGUE PAD,
CURE 'BY ABSORPTION I
Without DosingThe Better Way.
LIVER & AGUE PAD
BODY & FOOT PLASTERS
Medicated Foot Baths.
These remcdlei which are thu dole exponents of
be Cure by Absorption are opposed to Dosing bavu
been proved Ihe cheapest and MuH Effectual Iteme-
dy for all Diseases Arislug from Malaria or a ditor
dreed Stomach or Liver, and It In a well known fact
that nearly all the diseases that attack tbo human
body can be traced directly or Indirectly to tbee
It ic known by actual experience that there li no
diieafe that attack ibe youth and adult 01 both sex
es, that can even be modified by the use of drugs,
but that cau be acted oil In a far more satisfactory
and permanent manner by the lloLMAN LlYEll
PAD CO.S KEMED1ES.
' N1 umWrlenH Chbph, "Finally An
knowledgcd to he Heyond the
Heueh of Medicine, lutvo lxtMi Hav
etluntler the Mild Action of TIichh
If questioned, send for our pamphlet. "Nature's
Law.,". giving extended Information and tenimo-
mals from the first people .of the country. Mailed
The remedies arc seut by man. post paid, on re
cbipt of price, except the Salt, which it seut b ex
press at purchaser' exocusc.
Consultation free, and solicited at our office, or
by mail, giving fuil description of your case.
DESCRIITIVE PRICE UST.
KECil'LAR I'AD-fJ 00; Incipient diseases, first
stage thiils and lever, etc.
SPECIAL PAD-$:j l: Chronic Liver and Stom
ach Disorders, and Xla)nria.
SPLEEN BELT-J5 (); Eulargcd fpicen acd
Liver and I hill Cake.
INFANT PAD-Jt 50; Preventative and cure of
( bolera infantum and Summer
LTixinorle tor en'oc
DODY PLASTERS-y.c ! iRd Clrculatlve Troub-
'.It's Ihpituti'i nfi rtVw I
J'ooT " pair 50c i structimn and remov-
i Auxifary for colds. Sick
box -Joe; ttboxes. extremities, etc.
For further infurmation as to discuses reached by 1
tl'f Pad and it Auxiliaries, consult our pamuiilel. I
HOLM AN" LIVEEPADCO.,
Rooms 2 acd 8, SiLj;er Balldlna, St. Louis. Mo.
1 G. SOHUH,
SoleAivut fcrtbe.!eof the KOLMAN LIVER
PAD to. S UEMLDlhS in
iN UN PARALLELLED OFFER."
A FKEE TEST TRIAL
HEALTH RESTORING PADS
Wc wi'.l send one of our HEALTH RESTOK
1NU PADS to atv Invalid afflicted with Liver
CompiaiM. CHILLS and FEVER. INDK.KS
TluN. CCiVHVE.ES, Nervous Headache,
Uvriieiisla. Nervous IieMlltv and Impure lllood.
ir' they win send ns their sunptmns and od-
dress and ai'ree to send us f-.'.oo if it effects
a cure to thtlr entire satisfaction. otheiwle
there will be no charge. W'c will do this to con-
viucp the public of the superior value a. a
OF OUR PADS.
And that thev will An all we say. As this offer
will neressari.y lie limited iu number, we hope
therefore, au curiy application will lie made. Ad
dress, cry lc"pcctrtillv ours.
Uli.O. W. KORHKS.
i:j Elm street. Cincinnati, Ohio,
rhysiciaus spenk In Terms of Praise iu favor of the
Cincinnati. June 2S. l7ti
iiitf had sonic considerable acquaintance with
1 tie operation ul tne I'iki, i cnu coucicticmnsi;
reconimei;il it iis tin excellent remedv In ull the diS'
else for which Dr. Forbes counsels Its uc
DH. J. HALLOWELL.
i!7ft(uori;e Street, Clucinuatl.
What J!ev. Joseph Emery, the well-known City
Cincinnati. June SO. 1S7H
Huvlrc had a luii2 aciii.iiiitiiuce with Hr. Forbe.
I inn sati-tied iimt whatever he recommends he does
foconscieuclouny, and will prove ail they promise.
HEV. Joseph EMEHY.
LXirucs iroin n irw oi uie .iuuy i.euers irenueuuy
recelveil lit tnelilllce.
One says: "1 feel that your Pads have saved mv
life." Another siivs:--Your Piul has list reached
my ense. it has entirely removed my costtveiiess
id ciinseiiueiil Sick lleiidnche. Another writes:
Your Pud intended strictly to business, and Iu
fnrtv-eiu'lit hours 1 felt us well as ever." Another:
ciiir 1'inl lnis mrcil me oi jiiiiioiisness atui a tor
pld Liver. 1 am better than I have been Iu twenty
veare." Btill another says :-l bave endured all the
horrors (rrowimz out or a torpid t.iver nnu nys lepsm. nm improvements, t s safe to say appro
After nsiiitf yuur pud nil these Ills lell me." One t , ' ' ,
more:"l have used your Puds with perlectiy satis
factory rvsul.s, and cheerfully recolneiid them to
A Purely Vegetable Remedy
Tho 6?tiftBt. Knsjittt ami Host ever
k itxTTriTtTTr TTfir,vi'TJT)V
A UiU'Iilir Ulj JJlOUJ lil'fc
A inirelvveiretahln poimwinn. tint doctored With
poisonous llciuurs.beliicilry a uentlu cathartic ami
Jffectlve tonlc-sttre to otlVetualVy cure some of the
other mean fulled, lusti.vaayl "it 1 the (treiitest I nnil Kent on BalC. repairing and uphol
Messlnp of the au. "I believe I should not now I . , . w - .t t t -
lie alive but lor It . Phynclaus Id reiinlnr practice ster nc done on short notice. I linvo ft
say: -It works like n cb.irtu and etlectlvely."
TcAlJ HAT.P. TIV AT.T. lYIJlVlfliaTa
r M . If, wt-,... ... ..im.-,
a: v a v uaiiu am m t'liv uutvn
tVU Ihe K1DNKY WOBT cannot otbnvlse be !
readllv obtained, wo will mull a pnrkaae, pre pnld,
mi n-ci It't of tho f ri"c one dollar, WELLS. RICH-
akuso wo., rropriuiora, uurunniwi, vi.
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"E. A. Eurnett. Cairo, Illinois "
HIVEn WEATHER Bl'SIXESS.
Business was very quiet. The number of
arrivals were unusually light.
TliP mnrnin" wns rlefir and nlpnsnnr. A
, . . , , . . ,
heavy rain occureil during the afternoon,
and to-ni'ht heavy clothes are comfortable.
There was a rise of C inches m the rivers
here yesterday ; there was 10 feet 4 inches
on the gauge last evening.
The Iron Mountain is due from New Or-
The Tom Sherlock is due from Cincin
nati for New Orleans to-day. Captain Lew.
Kates is her Commander.
The Cons Millar, for Memphis, from Cin-
cinn&tj. t ,Ue to-dav
The W. P. Halliday a dded largely here
and tills out Mow
1 "e (-oal Ut) armed from St. Louis last
evening with a tow of empties and returns
to-dav with coal
The Laura L. Davis passed for St. Louis
The Ste. Genevieve will pass up for St.
The Grafton and barges cleared for New
Orleans earlv vesterdav mornin-;.
Pilots report the river full of snags at
Shoo Fly. Also at several other places be
low. Captain Charlie Nellis has contracts for
work for the tug Laurel that will keep him
btisv fr the next four months.
It is probable that the famous old steamer
Natchez, on her way from New Orleans to
Cincinnati, where site will be dismantled,
will pas this port to-day.
People going to Paducah will rind the
Champion, leaving this afternoon at three
o'clock, just the boat they want. She is the
prettied, fastest and best steamboat that
ever run 1U .Ills iraoe.
The huge tug, Hop Louden Jr., built to
the m.tehinerv of the old boat Keokuk,
passed tltis prt on Sunday for the south
She has in tow the hull of the old Keokuk
and several other barges loaded with stone
and co il.
Many of our southern exchanges are ag
itated over the condition of the southern
streams, and they are not backward in giv
ing vent to their feelings. Ia speaking of
the late trip of the government steamer Oc-
tavia into the Arkansas river, the Memphis
Avalanche say "she did no other work than
to make a 'pr tspecting' or investigating
trip up and down. A boat will be sent at
an earlv date to pull the snags out of the
stream, and she will arrive nist about the
i , . . . . . , l -t i
I ''" umv im- i'i i,.--v nvt.--, auei a usual,
I .t .,, i i,,,f :,,,, ,.,,,!
ure is the wnv the anneal ot the same citv
sizes it: "lue snauooat service seems to
be nielVectivc. If the government would
I ,if nviioviioii-eil rivor ninn tn snnorewr,
SLltct P-MeUUil mtr men to supervise
pnauons wouui go lartner nmi oetter worK
would be accomplished. Let's have a re
form in this department. It cau be made
iiitcal poor health is a direct result
abitual poor attention to the physical
system. Keep the head cool, tho feet
warm, and the bowels regular by the proper
use of Dr. Bull's Baltimore Pills, and sick
ness can not approach you. Price 25 cents.
GitocEitiics, New and Fkesii. I have a
full line of fresh family groceries of every
l variety, just received, aud for sale at close
figures. All kinds of vegetables fresh from
tho gardens. A large Btock of canned
goods, fruits, etc., at Trigg's old stand,
Washington nvenuo. J. E, Spillku.
WIRK SCREENS, FURNITURE, ETC,
I i ,i i -a
r urnuuio iiiiiuunie-iureu anil au MntiB oi
nmniriniT done, nt tnv fihrrn mi f!ntmnrr.(n1
i -1 e ' 1 ..w....
I nVellUC. llL'tWCCtl Eleventh ftllll Twelfth
I ,.iJ ..n i.i,iB ,,f t.t.. ...i,i
streets; also all kinds ot cabinet making to
order. Mattresses manufactured to order
,,, nf ,V1.1U1 mm,l,Hnw nn.l wlr,,
I UI.MVI 011 'I'V O
I o "
l doth for 8crt!cns,to bo mado up in the latest
nnd best style. Priced very low.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
Query. Wliy will men smoko common
tobacco when tlicy can buy Marburg Bro
,Seal of North Carolina" at the samo price!
Envelops printed at the Bulletin office,
11.00 per M. . Envelops, furnished at. St.
Louis wholesale List prices for the next 30
Jon METROPOLIS AND PADUCA1I.
The Elegant Sldewhccl Passenger Steamer
A. J. BIRD Clerk.
Leaves Cairo every afternoon at 8 o'clock, for
Padiicah, Metropolis und way landings. tor
freight or passage apply to SOL. A. SILVER,
THE ANCHOR LINE.
For New Orleans. ,
Jambs O'Neil Master
Friday, May '25, at 5 p.ui .
W. P. HALLIDAY.
E. W, Gould Master
Mouday, June 2, at 5 p.m.
FOR MEMPHIS AND YICESBUBtt.
George W. Lknnox Master
1 uesday, May 27, at 5 p.m.
JNO. B. 3IAUDE.
Vv. H. Dluke Muster
Thursday, May "J at 5 p.m.
John Crane Master
Thursday, May au. at 5 p m .
CITY OF VICKSBURG.
R. K. Riley Master
uturuay, .May si, at a p.m,
CITY OF HELENA,
I-AAC McKek Master
Tuesday, June 3, at 5 p.m.
FOR ST. LOUIS.
CITY OF VICKSBURG.
R. K. Riley Master
Tucsdav. May 27, at 10 p.m.
W. P. HALLIDAY.
Tuesday, May 27. at noon.
JOHN A. SCUDDER.
Fleji Calveiit , Master
Thursday, May 20, at 5 p.m
CITY OF HELENA
I. McKec Master
Fridnv, May 30. at 10 p. m.
Saturday, May 31, at noon
John Crunc Master
Sunday, June 1, at 10 p. m.
Sunday, June 1, at 10 p. m.
For all Information apply to Anchor Line Office,
Cait. THOMAS V. SHIELDS. Supt.
NEW GUN SHOP.
II. E. I1NCE,
NEW GUN SHOP
Commercial Ave., opposite Seventh st.
CAIliO, : : : ILLIXOIS-
Guiis, TistoK Safes anil Locks Repaired.
Keys Made to order.
CHOKE DOllING ON BREACH-LOADING GL'NS
All work eimrnuteed satisfactory, at cheaper rutes
haucau be obtained at any other place In the city.
'CATARH, THE CAUSE AND CURE.''
A Pamphlet hv Dr. Clessos Pratt, of 243 State
st .. Chicago. Ir. Pratt is the author of the Ozone
Treatment for tat:irrh. aud in this new treatise In
revealed the secret of his success in t'ae treatment
of a disease, to which he bus given tho study of A
lite time. Price of Pamphlet 23 cts. Send for It.
Not cc Is herebv eiven that the undersiuTied ad-
mliii-trnturs of the estate of Ureen 15 Parker, late
of Alexander etiitnty, deceased, will attend the
county court of snid'euutv. at Its June term, to be
held In the court house in the city of Cairo, on the
third Monday In .luue, lst'J, to make Until settle-
lent of said estate.
JOHN 11. PAHKER.
Administrators estate U. H. Parker, deceased.
IN AL SETTLEMENT.
Notice Is herebv clveti that the nndersiL'ned. ad-
m'tiistrntor debonls uou. of theestiilo ol Oovo M.
lllls. into of Alexander county, deceased, will at'
lend the ci nntv court of said county, at its June
term, to be bepin In the court house, in the city of
tairo. on the third .Monday or dune. inii. lor mo
purpose ol making dual settlement oi sum estate.
OltSAMl'S iiliEF.NLEY. Administrator
Dcbouis nou. estate of Oove M. Willis, deceased.
ESTATE OP JAMES LA WHENCE, DECEASED.
The iiiulerslirned. bavlnir been amiolnted Admin
Istralorof the estate of James Lawrence, late of
the county of Alexander aud state of Illinois, tie.
ceased, hereby irlvcs notice that he will appear be'
lore the couuty court of Alexander county: at the
court-house Iu Cairo, at the July term, on the
second Monday In July next, at wlilcti time all
persons having claims against said estutu are notl
tied and reouested to attend lor the purpose of hav
ing the same adjusted. All persons Indented to said
estate are requested to make Immediate payment to
IJated this :ilst tinv or .May, a. i.
SALMON liAZLEVYOOI), Administrator.
ESTATE OF 1IEN11T MAVO, DECEASED.
The undersigned, having been appointed Execu
trix of the last will and testament of
Ilenrv Mavo, late of the county of
Alexander, 'and state of Illinois, deceased,
herebv gives notice that she will appear before the
coiiul'v court of Alexander county, nt tho court
house In Cairo, at the July term, on the Second
Monday In July next, at which time all persons
having claims against said estate are notlned and
requested' to attend for the purpose of having the
same adjusted. All persons Indebted to suld es
tate are requested to make Immediate payment
to the undersigned.
Dated this lllth duv of Muy. A. D. 18T0.
CATHERINE MAYO. Executrix.
T70UNDRY, MACHINE SHOr AND
Vulcan Iron Works
03 OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO. HIS.
John T. Kennie,
HA.yiX9 cbllhe lit work at the above men
tinned plueo is better prepared than ever fu
inatinfaciurliiR steam Engine and Mill Machinery,
mil'-f "? ' 8,l'"m i'mer and amplo Tools, ln
2, ",Ifrrl,,w ' kinds of Machlnory, Railroad,
tr m ?,1 "nd Mf Forglim md a wclalty. t
Mnclllneri ttnllou K'ven to repair of h 'tuoa aud
pfl;?Jim,lnf' "fA11 Uuit madotoordei ""
Flpo FUUna In aJI Iu branches.
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. OF THE
BLABBER & KIDNEYS
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ii inese svmpioms are auowjeu 10 go ou, very
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ueu uib consiiiuiion necomes aueciea 11 requires
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Bankers, 2 Broad St. N. Y, ,
write for largo
RIFLES, SHOT GUNS, REVOLVERS.
Address, (ircat Western Gun Works, Plttsbo.ru P.
AN ABSOLUTELY PURE ARTICLE
Warranted to keen pickles for years.
Thirty-one years In the market.
Consumers should Insist upon seeing our brand oo
the barrels when bitylui(.
Dr. WM. ALEX GREENE,
Writes: I cheerfully state that I have tcr
ed the virtnes aud efficiency of Colden's LiEBio'a
LiuuiuExtiuct orBEEi" Iu my private practice la
cases of general debility, weakuess, depression,
dyspepsia, loss of appetite nud nervous artllctlous,
when medicine had proven more than useless, t
hive found it the best remedy f hava nrer naoH In
chronic alcoholism, when the s'omucu l always lr-
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Dealer in Fresh Meat.
Between Washington ami Com
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7 Emb, Sausage, &c, and is prepared to serve
families in an acceptable manner.
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