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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;: THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 5, 1879.
FEVER AND AGUE TAD.
CURE BY ABSORPTION!
Without Dosinsr The Better Way.
LIVER & AGUE PAD
BODY & FOOT PLASTERS
Medicated Foot Baths.
These remedies which aro tho solo exponents of
the fare ly Absorption ure opposed to Dosing have
been proved the cheapest and Must Effectual Reme
dy for all Diseases Arislugfrom"MalarUor a disor
dreed Stomach or Uver, and It lit a well kiiuwu fact
that nearly all the diseatcs tbat attack the human
body can be traced directly or Indirectly to these
ll 1 knowo by actual experience tbat there It no
disease tbat attack the youth and adultoi both sex
es that can even be modified by the nsc of drugs,
but that can he acted on in a far more satisfactory
and permanent manner by the HOLMAN LIVER
PADCO. h KEMEDIES. '
NuinlHTless Cusea, finnlly Ac.
know led tgi',1 to Iw Hyon t ho
I-a-ri of Modicin, hv lxtm Hav
rd under tho Mild Aftifm of'Thf e
licmpil i-B Alone.
If questioned, send for onr pamphlet. "Nature's
Law.." giving extended information and lestimi
mala from the first people ,ot the country. Mailed
The remedies arc sent by man. post pain, on re
chlpt of price, except the flail, which it sent by ex
press at ipiirrhusi r's ex Dense.
Consultation free, aud solicited at our office, or
by mail, giving full description ofyour case.
DESCRIPTIVE PRICE LIST.
i:EOl'LAR PAD-J3 00; Incipient diseases, first
stages Cbl'ls aid Fever, etc.
SPECIAL PAD-:j Oo; Chronic Liver and stom
ach Disorders, ai.d Malaria.
SPLEEN BELT-S5 Enlarged spiceu aud
Liver aud Chill Cake.
INFANT PAD $1 So; Preventative and enre of
cholera infttLt.im and bummer
Auxiliaries for rvon
BODY PLASTERS 50c I and Circu'ative Troub
les throwing off oh
FOoT " pair 50c j strnctiont uud remov
i lug pules
1 Auxilurv for colds. Sick
ABSORPTION SALT-1 rheadachs, nunilmcss of
box i'; etxixi-s. Jl 2ij extremities, etc.
For farther Information as to disease reached by
the Pad and it Auxiliaries, cobriht our pamphlet.
HOLMAX LIVER TAD CO.,
Room i aud 3, Sieger BulldlLg. St. Louis, Mo.
1 Q. SCB1UH,
SoIl-Agent f, rtbesileof tLe HOLM AN LIYEK
N UNPARALLELLED OFFER.
A FREE TEST TRIAL
OF ONE OF
HEALTH RESTORING PADS
We will send one of our I1EALT11 ItESTOR
lN(i PADS to anv Invalid ailllcted with Liver
Complaint. CHILLS and FEVER. INDIGES
TION. COSTiYENEss. Nervous Headache,
liyspepsia, Ncnotis Debility and Impure Blood,
if' thi-v will send us their svnuitoms Bud ad
dress and a-ree to seud us Ji.iKl if It effect
n cure to their entire satisfaction, otheiwise
tiieru will be t;o charge. We will do this to con
vince the public of the superior vajac as a
OF OUR PADS.
And that they will do all we say. As Oil offer
will necessarily be limited in number, wo hope
therefore, an ear)y application will he made. Ad
dress, ery Hi spectf-illv Your.
Dlt.U. W. FoliBES.
ITS Elm street. Cincinnati, Ohio,
Physician speak in Terms of Praise in favor of the
Cisctksati. June 2S. ISTrt.
Having had some considerable acquaintance w ith
the operation of the I'ad. I can couclcuclomly
recommend it as an excellent remedy In all the ills
tares for which Dr. Forbes couuseis its use.
Dlt. J. 1IAI.LOWF.LL.
2TC George Street. Cluciliniiti.
What Itcv. Joseph Emery, tho well-known City
Cincinnati. June SO. 1PTH.
Having had a long acquaintance with Hr. Forbes,
I au satisfied that whatever he reeommiiid he does
so conscientiously, and will prove all they promise.
BEY. JOSEPH E.MEliY.
Extract from a few of the Many Letters frequently
received at the Otliee.
One av: "I feel that vour Pads have saved mv
life." A'nothersuvs: "Your Pad ha Just reached
mvcase. It has entirely removed my costlvencs
mid consequent Sick Headache." Another rites:
'Your Pud attended strictly to business, and in
forty-eight hours 1 felt as well a ever." Another:
"Your Pad has cured me of Bllllotlsiiees and a tor
pid Liver. I am better than I have been lu twenty
veuM." btlll another suvs: I have endured all the
horror growing out of a torpid Liver and Dyspepsia.
Alter using vour pad all these Ills left me. ' One
more: "lliave Used vour Pads with perfectly uti.
lactory resul.s, and "cheerfully recomeud them to
A Purely Vegetable Remedy
'.The Safest. KtifiPBt nnd Hoett over
A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY
A purely vegetable compoltut'., not doctored with
poisonous liquors, being dry a gentle cathartic ami
effective tonic- sure to effectually cure some or tne
most common and pulnml diseases that hatllo med
ical skill. Those who have been cured when Mil
other mean failed, Justly sav: "D l the greatest
j3I messing oi tnu nae. "i oenevu i fnoum ui
hn ullv.. lull for It. IMit'nipUii. In rm.nlnr tiractlce
.n. ,tl, w..1fA llkft ft xhn.M mt,A nS.iMl'P V '
FOll SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
MTlf the KIDNEY WOUT cannot otherwise be
obtained, we will
mail a parUiMV lire paid.
on receipt of thu price, or.e
AKUHO uv., l'foprie
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IUVEK WEATHEH BUSINESS.
Business remains very dull.
The. weather was clear, cool and pleasant.
The gauge latt evening marked 10 feet,
10 inches a rise of 0 inches in 24 hours.
The Clifton passed for St. Louis with a
The C. W. Anderson is due from Nash
The f-plendid Champion leaves lor Padu-
culi at 3 p. m.
The (Jold Dust, from Vicksburg, passed
up for St. Louis.
Tho Vint Shink'.c is due up to-morrow,
en mute to Cincinnati.
The City of Alton, of the Anchor-line, is
is due from New Orleans to-day, en rote to
The Guiding Star will be the next to
come out of the Ohio, for New Orleans,
alter the Sherlock.
The City of Helena passed down at two
o'clock yesterday morning, making good
additions here. She has a tine trip.
The Golden Rule, six days out from New
Orleans with C00 tons ol freight ami a big
trip of people, passed up yesterday morn
ing. The Tom Sherlock for Nv Orleans, and
Cons Millar for Memphis, had not arrived
at dark. They will both be along to-day,
if nothing happens.
The Future City arrived Tuesday night
and got away for New Orleans early yester
day morning. She has five barges all
drawing seven feet. Col. James ltearden
added to their cargoes here 130 tons.
Captain John Harbin, it is sr.id has to
intention of putting the Kattie Hooper in
the Lou'.svile trade, as it was reported here.
The boat is now at Mound City where she
will remain until there is a sufficient rise in
the rivers to allow her to re-enter her old
The great and bctutiful Anchor-liner,
City of Greenville, is announced as the de
parture in this line for New Orleans, to-day.
She will transact the btbiness of shippers
most satisfactorily, and oilers uncqualed in
ducements to passengers. Captain A. J.
Carter is her commander, and John Corbin
is her popular clerk.
The Golden Rule pilot s.iys: "During the
past season Memphis has shipped to Cin
cinnati and the east by river 12,000 bales of
cotton more than by the rail routes. Last
year the rail routes exceeded the river 117,
000 bales.'' This certainly indicates that
river transportation is rapidly regaining
that old time popularity which all steam
boat men have so long prayed lor.
The noble old steamer Natchez, on her
way to Cincinnati to be dismantled, arrived
hero at seven o'clock last evening from
New Orleans. The celebrated race she ran
with the Lee, in 18T0, both boats making
the fastest time on record from New Or
leans to St. Louis, made her an object of
interest to many who had never before had
the opportunity to see her, nnd when it was
announced that she was coming there was
a general rush from all parts of the city for
the levee. Sho remained long enough for
the hundreds who visited her a hasty view,
when she started up the Ohio uuder n full
head of steam, lashing the water into foam
with every revolution of her wheels. The old
hero, Captain Leathers is in command, nnd
Bill Underwood ud Jule Douglass ure Iter
THE NEXT ELECTION.
Boston Tost. t
"The next presidency is not to bo con
tested on the Ohio idea, tho New England
idea or tho Southern idea, but upona fun
damental, national idea which will over
power alt others. Tho country will insist
that there shall'bc a frco ballot, that tho
people shall not bo cowed by federal sol
diers or United States lnuisituU, but that
tho soveigns, not their seivants, shall rulo.
They will demand, too, that full nnd lair
expressions shall be given to tho ballot af
ter it has been cast without boinij counted
out bv infamous returning Wds or tho do
crees'of electoral commissions. Thcso two
thlnes fro hand in Wand. Freo elections
MH full force to tho potlltiv will, dvtortn
Incd thinby, will .constitute tho battle-cry
of tho next campaign. All minor isslics
will have to givo way. Facts and circum
stances are more potent thnn party leaders
und will brush asido all nttempts to avoid
or chango the real issue. Tho untrammeN
ed right of the people to fleet their own
rulers was wantonly invaded in 1870. The
machinery uuder which it was done then
tho Democrats now insist shall be given up.
The party which by its use succeeded in
then thwarting tho popular will refuse to
surrender it, and threaten to stop tho wheels
of tho government if they cannot be al
lowed to retain it. Congress will do little
more than make up tho case. Tho people
have got to settle it at the .polls. Collater
al questions, however important, will have to
bide their time. The Ohio idea will havo
to stand aside. So with all sectional issues.
The Republicans can not force southern
questions into tho foreground should they
attempt it. Tho southern people have nono
to push forward, and no disposttion to
bring them to tho front if they had.
The Americans lead the world in every
thing, and especially in fast eating; this has
made dyspepsia our national disease, though
now under perfect control by the use of Dr.
Bull's Baltimore Pills. Sold everywhere.
Price 25 cents.
A Child's first lesson in art culture can
profitably and pleasantly be learned with
Lcamon's Dyes, which have twelve colors,
and by combining them any number
wanted. These dyes are made by Wells,
Richardson Si Co., Burlington, Vt. For
coloring soiled or faded ribbons there is
nothing like them. Get them at your drug'
A Card. 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 will cure
you, KitEE of charge. This great remedy
was discovered by a missionary in South
America. Send a self-addressed envelope to
the Rev. JosErn T. Ikmak, Station D. New
Chew Jackson's best Sweet Navy To
You Mcbt Cuke that Cough. With
Shiloh's Consumption Cure you can cure
yourself. It has established the lact that
Consumption can be cured, while for Coughs
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthma, and
all disexses of Throat and Lungs, it is abso
lutely without an equal, Two doses will re
lieve your child of Croup, it is pleasant to
take and perfectly harmless to the youngest
child, and no mother can efford to be with
out it. You can use two thirds of a bottle
and if what we say is not true we will re
fund the price paid. Price 10 cts. SOcts.
and $1,00 per bottle. If your Lungs are
sore or chest or back lame use Shiloh's Por
ous Plaster. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
NEW GUN SHOP.
H. E. INCE,
NEW GUN SHOP,
Commercial Ave., opposite Seventh st.
CAIKO, : : : ILLIXOIS-
Guiis, Pistols', Safes and Locks Repaired.
Keys Made to order.
CHOKE BOKIXG ON HR EACH-LOADING GUNS
All work guaranteed satisfactory, at cheaper rates,
hnu can he obtained at auy other placo In the city.
FOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
l1 STEAM FORGE.
Yulcax Iron "Works
9.1 OHIO I.EYEE. CAIRO. I IS.
John T. Reimie,
HAVING established his works at the above men
tinned place Is better prepared than ever for
manufacturing Steam Engines and Mill Machinery.
Having a Stuam Hammer and ample Tools, the
manufacture of all kinds of Machinery, Kailroad,
Steamboat and Itrldge Forging made a oecialty.
Espeeial attention given to repairs of hi -"lues aud
Hrass Castings of all kluds made to ordet
I'lpu Fttt lug In all its brunches.
'SITEKIUU NUTRITION THE LIFE."
The Great Medicinal Food.
Tho Salvntor For Inviillda and the Aged. An In
compiirnbel Ailment forthcOrowth and I'rotec
Hon of infants and Children. A Superior
Nutritive In Continued Fevers, and a
Reliable Remedial Agent iu all Diseases of tho
Stomach nnd Intestines,
riMUS Justly celebrated Uiktctio PiiKPAttATinN Is,
A In composition, principally the Uli'TEN derived
from the Wiim; Wiktm Flint Whkat I'fiikai.. a
solid extract, the Invention of an eminent chemist,
It has not only been highly recommeuded. but cer
titled to by a large number of Chemists und Physi
cians representing a very high degree of medical
science us the Sult st. Most Acceptable und Roll II
ble Food for theGrowth und Protection of Infants
nnd Children, and for Mothers lucking SuthYlcut
Nourishment for their offspring.
I'ullke those preparations made from atilrunl or
vinous matter, which are liable to stimulate the
brul n and Irritate the digestive organs, It emliraos
In Its elementary composition
That which makes strong Hone and Muscle. That
which makes good Flesh mid lllood. That which s
casvof lHgcsthiiwncver constipating. That which Is
kind and friendly to the Drain, mid I tint which aetsiis
a preventive of those ititestliml Disorders Inciden
tal to Childhood.
And. while Itwotilrtnedlfflcnlt to conceive of iin.'
thing In Food or Desert more creamy aud dehcl"'
or more nourishing and strengthening as an ''
ment In Fever, Piilmonarv Complaints. Dyspepsia
nnd General Debility, lis Raiik Mkiiicimai. bxrii
lknck In all Intestinal Diseaier, especially m
Dj'Rcutvrv. Chronic Plftrrhtts nnd Cholera
Has been luconteatnbly Proven.
Bold Wholesale aud
RUG GISTS AND
PRINCIPAL C1TIK8 of th UNITED BTATM.
JOHN CARLS HONS. NEW YOUK.
f i ,t
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BLADDER & KIDNEYS
For Debility, Loss of Memory. Indisposition to
Exertion or Business. (Shortness of Breath.
Troubled with Thoughts of Disease. Dimness of
Vision, Pain In the Back. Chest, and Head. Bush of
Blood to the Bead, rale Countenance and Dry Skin.
If these svmptoms are allowed to go on, very
frequently Epileptic Fita aud Consumption follow.
When the constitntlon becomes affected it requlrea
the aid of an invigorating medicine to strengthen
aud tone up the system which
DOES IN EVERY CASE.
By any remedy known. It is prescribed by the
most eminent pnysiciana ail over tne wor.u, in,
Aches and Pains
General 111 Health,
Female Complaints, etc.
Dead-icho. Tain In the shoulders. Couch. Dizzl
nesa. Sour Stomach Eruptions. Bud Tute in tba
.vioiiin. riiipiianon or tne Heart, rain in the re
gion of thu Kidney's, and a thousand other puluful
symptoms, are the offsprings of Dyspepsia.
Invigorates the Stomach,
And stimulates the torpid Mver. Dowels, and Kid
neys to healthy action. In cleansing the blood of
all Impurities, and Imparting new life and vigor to
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A slnule trial will be sufficient to convince the
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PRICE l PER BOTTLE
Or Six Bottles for 85.
Delivered to any address free from observation.
Palleiils" may consult, hy letter, receiving the
same munition ashy railing. , .
Competent phvslclans attend to correspondents.
All letters should be sddressed to.
H. T. HELMROLP.
Dmpffist and Hit-mist,
See that the private Proprieta
ry Stamp is on each bottle.
TEACHERS & students
MONTH itnrlnff V 1 P 1 fTf 1X1 .. T .!.,..
Address, J , C. McGURDY & CO., Chicago, Hi
Thft nnlv nmViUi tn nt tun ... t..i..
with choice Aromiitlci and Krouch Brandy for all
$2.5 TO $5000
Tndlctonsly ' Invested la
Wall SI... lnvs tlln fitnnri.
tlon for substantial fortunes every week, and payt
an immense precentage of profits by the New Capi-
iniiAnuuu nyniem oi oiuntiiiig in suicKsi irnu ex
planation on application to Adams, Bruevn M Co.,
Bankers, 20 Broad st. N.Y.
DEAR SIR tnatedWr,C t 1 o gne
RIFLES, . SHOT GUNS, REVOLVERS.
Address, Great Western Gtta Worki, Pittsburg Pt.
AN ABSOLUTELY PURE ARTICLE
WArrntifi.rt fn L-unn itlrlrlt'S fnvvpnra.
thirty-one years in the market.
consumers should insist upon teeing oar nrana on
the barrel when buying.
Dr. WM. ALEX GREENE,
'Writes: I cheerfully state that I have test
ed the vlrtnes and erHcleuey of Coklen's Liibio's
l.iyt id Extract or htr.tr in my private practico In
ensea of general debility, weukneeu, depression,
dyspepsia, loss of appetite and ncrvotii afflictions,
when medicine had proven mow than useless. I
luve found It the best remedy I have ever used In
chronic alcoholism, when the sromaca is aluaya Ir
ritated and food seouired to luiurUh HnM h ill
Onfil,roflt on 3" days investment 1AA
IaUU Official Reports, free JjHIa
Proportional retiirnseverv week on StockOpllonaof
11 - ISti - $1U0 - ft.VW. Addreaa,
T.twi tit vnuiiT Jt CO., Banker. 35 Wall St.,
We will py AgenbtAtaiaryot Hipper mouth,
and zKiise, or allow a Imtiv cuuniiii.iun. totwilour
Heir sntl wauit.rrut iDvenlious. N't awqivAal vav.
basjile tree. AJdrceuKinuj iCo AtMsUull.Vicn.
Mfl II Maine, for beet Agency Bnslness In
677a month and expense! guaranteed to AgenU.
V Outfit free. Suaw A Co., Augusta, Maine. -
(J5777A TEAR and expenses to agents. Outfit frca
v I I Address, P. O. VICKEKY, Augusta, Maine.
pamphlet G. P. RuWELL & CO., . V.
HE GREAT ENGLISII REMEDY I
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
Is sneclallv recom.
fal'liic enre for
poteucy, and all
diseases that fol
low as a sequence
on self-abuse; aj
Loss of Memory,
e m , . universal Las si-i
SWOT iWDDZtade. Pain in the"
Back. Dimness of the Vision, Premature Old Age,
and many other diseases that lead to lusaulty, con
sumption and a Premature Grave, all of which as a
rule are first caused by deviating from the path of
nature and over-indulgence. The Specific Medlcino
Is tho result of a Hie study and many years of ex
perience In treatlug these special diseases.
Fnll particulars in onr pamphlets, which we do
sire to send free hy mull to every one.
The Specllic Mediclue Is told by all druggists at
f l per package, or six packages for $5, or will be
sent by mall on receipt of the moner bv addreselng
THE UKAT MEDllMSE CO..
No. 10 Mechanic's Block, Detroit. Mich.
CrT-SoId In Cairo. 111., by Pall U. benuu, and
by Dr.iggists everywhere..
"CATAIUI, THE CAUSE AND CURE."
A Pamphlet by Dr. Ci.esson Pratt, of Hi Bute
st . Chicago. Dr. Pratt U tho author of the Ozone
Treatment for Catarrh, and In this new treatise Is
revealed the secret of his success In the treatment
of a disease, to which he has given the study of
lifetime. Price of PaniphlutliS ct. Seud for It.
MICHIGAN STOVE CO.
C2 JLake St., 93 Seneca St.',
Economy in Fuel, Dura
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Completeness of design, aud
Terfectness of Construction.
Simplicity of Miuniffement, and
General Working: Qualities.
THE BEST AND MOST RELIABLE
IN THE MARKET.
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ACKNOWLEDGED FAVOEITES. "
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