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'CATAJtll, THE CAUSE AND CURE."
A Pamphlet hyim. Clmson Piiatt, or 2f) Rtato
t., Chicago. Dr. I'rait U tbu ambor of (lie Oisoriu
Treatment for Cuturrh, and lu this new treatise It
revealed the accrct of hi aucccsa lu t'.iu treatment
of a disease, to which ho haa given this sinilv of a
lifetime. Price of Puiupblciflj ct. Scud for It.
MONTH during VACATION. For lull particular
Addres, J . C MctiUHDY 4 CO., Chicago, III.
The only combination of thu truo Jamaica Ginger
with choice Aromatic and French Hruudy fur ull
$25 TO S5000l?iiM m
tion for ubtantlul fortune every week, arid pav
un immense preccntage of profit by thu New Capl-
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Konf.r.g aril frittering s specialty, A'.l kind
cif .rk ski.ifuiiy at.d pron.pt.y performed and
price niidc atifuc'.ory.
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JOHN A. POOR,
CaKI'ENTER and Coxtkactok.
shop on tenth street,
ibetween Wasb!r..oo atd Wa'.Lau)
Estimates on liuildiiiL-s. ou losses by tire
or otherwise made on short notice.
VLL work lntrtii-t.'i! to him will receive prompt
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Dr.. WM. ALEX GREENE,
Write: J cheerfully stute that I have test
ed the virtue and efficiency of C'olden Likbiu's
LioilD Extbait nr Htr.r lumy private practice in
cafe of general debility, Weakness, depression,
dyspepsia. In of appetite and nervou affliction,
when medicine had proven more than nele. 1
hivu found It the heft remedy I ha.e ever ned In
chronic aii oholiin. when the 'ouiaih i alwav Ir
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i Seminal weaKnei
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Vnivewal LnI Affflf Takinr.
Hack. Ultimo of thu Vl.lni, Pmmatnrfl Old Age
and many other diseases thut lead to Insanity. Con'
umtitlnn and a Prcnmtii,... flruu., alt nf which a t
rule are first cutied by deviating front the path ot
nature and over-indulgence. The Specillc Medlclno
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CONTINUED OX TIIIKD rAf.E.J
exalted figures have been graven en the
minil9 nf the world, nnd many of the lesser
eat.-llitcs in the constellation of roets,Iiave
borrowed from this glorious tan.
"Aiiversity unit the mind.
And fear'.ts t virtue may from peril! td
Some means, bowe'er depressed, her htad'to raise.
ALd reach the heights of never-ending praise."
Vho can estimate the ascendency Shaks-
peare lias exerted through Lis writings, and
although the personal history of this great
painter of nature and man, is involved in
mystery, not a few of his sentiments have
passed into familiar words, and show their
power in the conduct of people, who do not
even know the source from whence they
come. As beneca savs "ohie examples
excite us to noble deeds," aad ot such ac
tions we have many to call forth our efforts.
Yet, as we ascend the steps ot time, we
often think, "how hard it is to climb the
steep, where lame's proud temple shines
But knowledge and patient perseverance
will conquer all difficulties and our records
will be stamped, with a lasting image. To
acquire knowledge we must have time, hut
it should be counted by heart-thro!'."
not l'T hours upon a dial. "He most lives
who thinks most; feels the noblest, acts the
The pedestal for which we have aimed.
may not be reached; our ambition may
have erected it too high, but if our senti
ments and apirr.tions heve been elevating
and noble, if we have been found tcith.'ul
in the duties of our calling, our
reward will, in this lift
be the happy consciousness that
of having tried to perform our work in that
station, where we have been placed, r.:id
hereafter cheering hopes of rest.
To man alone of ail beings who inhabit
this earth, is given the power of contem
Education and culture lead the mind to
habits ot reflection and meditation, and
this ou to wisdom and truth.
These are the powers which elevate man.
and bring forth those deeds, which enroll
themselves in eternal records.
In all cases where tl; authentic mem
orials of eminent men and women have
been handed down t'i posterity, truth and
hon u- have held their highest sway. To
these add wisdom, and the strength of a
purpose, and we l'nd those who have exer
cised these, have played the truest and best
part on life's stage. If they have not reaped
the reward so faithfully earned, it may be
that their good deeds lie like the delicate
sea-shell, which has been washed on the
shore, and buried deep in the s.iud. After
ages have swept over it, its tomb may be
brought to light, by the forces of nature,
and although the parts by which it was
known, have wasted and faded away, it has
made a deep and ineffaceable impression in
the rocky soil.
And as this tiny shell, created by the Di
vine hand, whether for much or little use, lias
wrought its image forever, so will man
leave his, not uuly known by whut he does,
but what he is.
It is the silken threads of character, in
our thoughts and actions, the perfectly dis
ciplined will, that the world honors and
longs to imitate.
This can be gained by every one, and
thus ha9 the advantage over ail other
attainments, and whether its influence tend
for good or for evil, whether we nre con
scious of its aim or not, we are personally
responsible for what wc nre, and therefore
for the power we exert and obtain over
Then, let our lives be such, that the rec
ord left of us will be, not, like figures
made on tho seashore, soou to be washed
down into tho depths, by the surging tide,
but let them be such, as will imprint them
selves with an ever-enduring mark; such
emblems, as the chisel carves on a block of
marble, nnd then,
'What though the fcnlpture be deatroyed,
From dark oblivion meant to guard ;
A bright reuown ha!l be enjoyed,
1 y those wht !- vlr'tu claim toward. "
Chew Jackson's best Sweet Navy To'
CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 18, 1879.
IN MEMORY OF MEKOE E. POWERS.
Whereas, It has pleased God to removo
from cartli our highly esteemed sister,
Meroc E. Powers, of tho class ef '73, who
died at Cairo, Illinois, on tho Ctli day of
October, A. I). 1878, ,
Therefore, be it resolved by the Alumni
Association of Blackburn University, that
we join with the many friends who mourn
her untimely death, and heartily render our
tribute to her memory.
Resolved, That by her death this asso
ciation has lost ono of its brightest orna
incnts and most cherished characters one
in whom we rccognizo the high cjualities of
truo womanhood, together with an active
mind and a heart devoted to high aims and
earnest endeavors; and while we bow with
submission to thut Trovidcnce "that doeth
all things well," we most sincerely deplore
the termination of a young life so rich with
promises of usefulness.
Resolved, That we extend our heartfelt
sympathy to the bereaved mother, sisters
and other relatives of our departed sister.
Resolved, That these resolutions be
spread upon the records of this association;
that our secretary be instructed to send a
copy of tliem to the mother of the deceased;
and also to The Cairo Bulletin and local
papers for publication.
Fannie B. IIollidat, President.
F. W. Burton, Secretary.
Carlinville, Ills., June 12, 1679.
june ICth, 1879.
R. S. YOCUM, JL'IKiE PRESIDING.
Report in estate of Charles Weber,
deceased, approved and accepted as final
report of former administrator.
Report of Bridget O'Callahan, adminis
tratrix of the estate of Timothy O'Callahan,
deceased, approved and administratrix dis
charged. Report of R. A. Edmundson, administra
tor of the estate of James Upchurch, de
Claim of John McXulty for $15.45 vs.
estate of James Clcnan, deceased, allowed
as of seventh class.
Claim of Geo. E. O'Hara. for f 18.35 vs.
same estate, allowed as of seventh class.
Claim of Lancaster & Rice, for 120.25 vs.
same estate, allowed as of seventh class.
Claim of F. W. Warren, lor $3 vs. same
estate, allowed as of seventh class.
Claim of Arthur Dickerson, for $21.18
vs. same estate, allowed as of seven'h class.
Claim of William Wood, for 60.75 vs.
the estate of G. B. Parker, deceased, dis
mfscd for want of prosecu;ion.
Claims of Sarah McPherson for $92.13
vs same estate, contested and $34,63 allowed
in full as of seventh class claim.
Petition and bond approved and Orsamus.
Grccnlcy appointed guardian minor heirs,
of Gove M. Willis, deceased.
Claim of Paul G. Schuh for $4,90 vs es
tate of William J. Gilbert, deceased, al
lowed as of third class.
Claim of Win. Alba for $5.00 vs same
estate allowed a? of first class.
Claim of William G. Cary for $00.00 vs
same estate, allowed as of first class.
Claim of C. O. Patier A; Co.. for $205.09
vs estate of James Clonan, deceased, al
lowed as of seventh class.
Claim of C. O. Patier for $10.90 vs same
estate, allowed as of third class.
Claim of same for $9.00 vs same estate
allowed as of first class.
Claim oi George Fisher, administrator
of the estate ot William T. Beerwart de
ceased for $".90 vs. estate of James Clonan
deceaed. allowed as seventh class.
Claim of Frank Healy'for $10.56 vs.
same otate, allowed as of seventh class.
Claim of C. M. Osterloh for $40.40 vs.
same estate, allowed as seventh class.
Claim of James O'Donnell lor $10.20 vs.
same estate, allowed as of seventh class.
Inventory and appraisement bill in estate
of James Clonan deceased returned into
court, approved aud "sale of personal estate
TnF. ladies sing "in the sweet "buy" and
"buy" we will meet in that beautiful store,"
nnd we certainly can raise no objection.
But remember the little ones at homo and
do not leave the nurse without a bottle (if
Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup.
AT THE PLANTERS' HOUSE.
W. D. Bott, St. Louis; M. Pittey, Oak
Ridge; A. Hnlderly, Chester; Miss An
drews, Cobdcn; Chns. Wibber, St. Louis; O.
A. Harker, Vienna; Titos. Crawford, New
Grand Chain; II. Qtitmte, Metropolis; Mrs.
E. S. Pascal, ;O..P. Hill, Cobdcn;
W. Wilson, St. Louis. '
A Positive Pleasure. The facility with
which Leanion's Dyes are used makes it a
positive pleasure to renovate old, faded and
discolored garments. They ure prepared
by Wells, Richardson & Co., Burlington,
Vt., and give charming effects to all kinds
One Week in Wall Stkeet. October
7th, 1878. Western Union Telegraph stock
sold at the New York Stock Exchange for
00.18 per share; October 14th, 1878, it sold
at 811.3-4, a fluctuation of 0.8-8 per cent in
seven days; 12,500 shares sold on a margin
of ono per cent required an actual capital
of $12,500. The same stock delivered nt
80.3-4 gave a profit of 0-3-8 per cent on the
stock or $937.50 per 100 shares. On tho
whole 12.500 tho actual profit was$U"--187.50
or 0.3 8 times tho capital used, in
one week. This is a single case taken from
the oflU'ial record of thu Stock Exchange,
and bIiows how money is inndo so rapidly in
stocks. Few people, however, have the
necessary rash to put up in order to rcnliw
well immense profits as these, but capital
m any amount from $10 to $50,000 can I
used with eqttul success by the uuw coiubi-
nation system of operating id stocks which
Messrs. Luwrenco & Co., Bankers, New
York, have established. By this method of
of pooling thousands of orders in various
urns and operating them as one immcnso
capital, shareholders realize largo profits
which are divided pro rata monthly. New
circular contains two unerring rules for
success, and full information, so that any
one can operate, profitably. Stocks and
Balds wanted. Government bonds sup
plrd. Apply to Lawrence & Co., Bankers,
57 Lxchango Place, N. Y. City.
Golden City, New Orleans; James Fisk.
Paducah; Champion, Paducah; Grand Lake
and tow, St. Louis; Hickory and tow, Cum
berland river; Tom Means and barges, St.
Louis; James D. Parker, Memphis.
Golden City, Cinn.; James Fisk, Tadu
cih; Champion, Paducah; Hickory and
krgc,St. Louis; Tom Means and tow,
Pittsburg; James D. Parker, Cincinnati; E.
O. Stanard, New Orleans.
RIVER WEATHER BUSINESS.
Weather clear and cool.
River 16 feet 10 inches a fall of 2
inches in 24 hours.
The City of Helena, due from St. Louis
for Vicksburg, had not arrived at dark. . . .
The James Howard will be here to-morrow
from St. Louis bound for New Orleans
The Champion leaves for Paducah
at 3 o'clock this afternoon. She is a
splendid side wheel steamer, and offers the
best accommodation to passengers
The Colorado, due from Vicksburg for
St. Louis, had failed to show herself at
dark The Belle Memphis, due from
Memphis, on her way to St. Louis, had not
arrived at 8 o'clock . .' The John A.
Scudder is due up to m'orrow "Wharf
master Duke Ensminger, who seriously in
jured himself by falling on the Illinois
Central railroad trck, on Monday, was re
ported in a critical condi
tion last evening The Tom
Means has three barges of ore for Pitts
burg The DeSmet, Captain Bummer,
George Baker, clerk, will be here this after
noon, bound for Paducah The flyer of
the Kountz line, J. B. M. Koehler, is load
ing at St. Louis for New Orleans The
Grand Lake has four barges of grain and
miscellaneous freight, and a barge
of ice. She makes some additiors
here, and will leave for New Or.
leans to-day The Golden City passed
up with a good lot of freight and full of
people Tht Hickory has a barge of
lumber for St. Louis The E. O. Stan
ard added 10 cars of oil cake at East Cairo,
Monday night. She got away for New
Orleans yesterday morning heavily laden.
The death rate of 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 most insiguigcant oriinn. 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 loose their lives in this way
every winter, while had Boshee's German
Syrup been taken a cure would have result
ed, and a large bill ot a doctor been avoided.
For all diseases of the throat and lungs.
Bosehee's German Syrup lias proveu itseh
to be the greatest discover-of its kind in
medicine. Every druggist in the country
will tell you of its wonderful effect. Over
950.000 bottles sold last year without a
single failure known.
A Tiute With Folly. When the suf
ferer from kiducv disease and liver com
plaint accompanied by constipation and
piles, lias been to physicians without relief,
let him make a truce with folley long
enough to try Kidney-Wort, a certain rcm
edv tor his troubles.
NOTICE. TO ALL W HOM IT MAY CONCERN" 1
The Cairo Bulletin wili pay no bills con
tracted by any of its employes, or any one
connected with the Bulletin, unless tho
same is made on a written order signed by
myself, and the order must be attached to
the biil when presented, and no contracts
for adverting or job work arc valid unless
the same are endorsed by myself.
E. A. Burnett.
A Card. To all who are suffering from
the errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, Ac, I will send a recipe lliat will euro
you, free of charge. This great remedy
was discovered by a missionary in South
America. Send a self-addressed envelope to
the Rev.JosF-ru T. Inman, Station D. New
Legitimate Healing -Kidney-Wort
comes in convenient packages, and cures
kidney and liver troubles on legitimate
principles, by purifying the blood nnd in
ducing naturul action of all tho internal
orgnns. It entirely corrects tho whole sys
tem, and gives the quietus to rheumatism.
For sale by ull druggists.
KOEHLER RROS., Proprietors,
Comer Washington Avenue and Eight Htrectand
Corner Elevetlh and WashluKt.m Ave.
A full and corr.rlcta tipp!y of lha bet of all
klnilinieat alway on hand.
B U C H U .
A Specific Remedy For All
BLADDEE & KIDXE YS
For Debility. Los of Memory. Indisposition to
Exertion or Business, Shortness, of Breath,
Troubled with Thongbta of Disease. Dimness of
Vision. Pain in the Buck. Chest, and Head. Rush of
Blood to the Head. Pale Countenance and Dry Skin.
If these svmptom are allowed to go ou, very
freonentlv Eiilicutlc Fit and Consumption follow.
v nen tne consiuniion nccorae anerien h requires
the aid of an invigorating medicine to strengthen
and tone up the system which
DOES IN EVERY CASE.
By any remedy known. It i prescribed by the
most eminent physicians all over the world, in.
Aches and Tains,
General 111 Health,
Female Complaints, etc.
IlcniiUclie. Pain In the shoulders. Cough. Dizzi
ness, siotir Stomach Eruptions. Bad Taste In tho
.iioiiiu. j aiinauon oi ine Heart, i ain in tne re
gion of the Kidney', ami a thousand other painful
symptoms, are the ollsprlugg of Dyspepsia,
Invigorates the Stomach,
And stimulate the torpid Liver. Bowel, and Kid
ueys to healthy action, in cleansing the hlood ot
all impurities, aud Imparting new lile and vigor to
the whole system,
A single trial will be uf11clent to convince tliu
most hesitating of it valuable remedial qualities.
PRICE 1 PER BOTTLE
Or Six Dottles for 83.
Delivered to anv addre free from obervntlon .
Patient" mav consult by letter, receiving the
same attention as hy calling.
Competent phvslclan attend to correspondent.
All letter should he ddreed to.
11. T.' 11 ELM BOLD.
Druggist and Chemist,
Sec that the private proprieta
ry Stamp is on each bottle.
SOLD EVERY WJIKltE.
FETEB AND AGUE PAD.
CURE BY ABSORPTION!
Without DoisiiiijThe Better Way.
LIVER & AGUE PAD
BODY & FOOT PLASTERS
Medicated Foot Batlis.
These remedlea which are tho sole exponent of
the Cure by Absorption are onpoed to Dewing havo
buen proved the cheapest and Most Ell'ectual Remo-
dy for all Diseases Arising from Malaria or a dlsor-
dreed Htomach or Liver, and It la a well known fact
that nearly all the disease that attack the human
body can bo traced directly or indirectly to theao
It I known by actual experience that (hero I no
disease thut attack the vouth and adultoi both lex
cifthat can even bo modified by the use of drug,
but that can be acted ou in a far more satisfactory
and permanent manner by the I10L.MAN LIVER
PAD CO. S REMEDIES).
jfumborlt'wsi Chsk-h, Finally Ae-
knowlwl(ted to ) Hoyond the
lieaoh of MtIifinp, hnvo Vwhii Bhv-
pel tint! or the MiUl Action of These
Itemed ies Alone.
if Questioned, send for onr rmmnhlet. "Naturo'a
Law," giving extended information and testimo
nials from the first people .of thu country. Mailed
The remedies are ent bv mail. ot nam. on re-
chlpt of price, except the (Salt, which la eut by ex
press at purchaser' exoeuse.
Consultation riee, and mliclted at our ofllcc, or
by niuil, giving full description of your case.
DESCRIPTIVE PRICE LIST.
REGULAR PAD $2 00: Incipient dleae. llret
stage mm ana revcr. etc.
SPECIAL FAD S3 Ou; Chronic Liver and Stom
ach Disorders, and Malaria.
SPLEEN BELT-$5 00; Enlarged Spleen and
Liver nnd Chill Cako.
INFANT PAD 11 SO; Preventative and euro ef
Cholera infantum and bummer
1 Auxlllarlc for Ncrvouu
BODY TLASTEKS 50c I aud Clrculatlve Troub
le throwing off ob
FOOT " pair 50c structiou aud remov
j ing pain
1 Auxilarv for cold. Sick
ABSORPTION SAI.T-1 beadachs. numbness of
bos iSc; bhoxes, fl.iSJ extremities, etc.
For further Information a to disease reached by
the Pad and Its Auxiliaries, consult our pamphlet
Address, HOLM AN LIVER PAD CO.,
Rooms J and 3, Slugcr Building, St. Louie, Mo.
1 G. SOHTJH,
Sole Agent for the sale of tho 110LMAN LIVER
PAD C O.'sj REMEDIES In
N UNPARALLELLED OFFER.
A FREE TEST TRIAL
OF ONE OF '
HEALTH RESTORING PADS
We will end ono of our HEALTH RESTOR
ING PADS to any Iuvulid afflicted with Liver
Complaint. CHILLS aud FEVER, INDIGES
TION, COSTIVENESS, Nervou Headache,
Dyspepsia, Nervous Debility uud Impure Blood,
If they will send ub their avmptoma and ad
dress and agree to send u S'.'.tiO if it effects
a cure to their entire satisfaction, otheiw'.so
there will be no charge. We will do thi to con
vince tho public of the superior value as a
OF OUR PADS.
Ami that they will do all wo say. A this offer
will necessarily be limited in number, we hoio
therefore, au early uppllcatlou will be made. Ad
dles, ery Respectfully Your.
DH.tJ. V. FOR II EH,
173 Elm treet. Cincinnati, Ohio,
Physicintii speak In Terms of Praise lu favor of tho
CixotNXATi, Juno J8, ISTIi.
Having had some cousidei able aciiualutiiuce with
the opetatlon of thu Pad, I cuu eoncieucloiiHly
recom iiieml It as au excellent reuiedv in all the dis
eases fur which Dr. Forbes counsels Its use.
Dlt. J. 1IAI.LOWELL.
S7H Giorge Street, Clucini.ull.
Whut Kov. Joseph Emery, the well-known City
Cincinnati. June SO, ISM.
Having bad n long acquaintance with Dr. Forbes,
I am satlstled thut u hutever he recommend he doea
so conscleuclonsly. uud will prove all thev promise.
REV. JOSEPH EMERY.
Extract from a few of thu Many Letter frequently
received lit the Otllco, ,
One snys: "I feel that your Puds havo aved mv
life." Another says: "Your Pud has Just reached
my case. It ha entirely removed mv costlvenesm
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"Your Pint attended trlctly to business, uud lu
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"Your Pud has cured nie of llllllousncs and a tor
pid Liver. I am better than I lmv been '! twenty
year." Still another says: I rave endured all tho
liorrora growing out of a torpid Liver ami Dyspepsia.
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