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'CATARH, THE CAUSE AND CURE."
A Pamphlet by I)n. Ci.esson Piiatt. of 2-W Hiut
Chicago, ifr. 1'rait I. the Mtbor of the OVonS
Treatment for Catarrh, and In till. Zw trontV. u
revealed the .ecret of hit succeriV Z
of i disease, lo which be Hsu LMvVn the in, . , r .
lifetime. Price of I'.mpLtet'ffleu Vnd for It
TEACHERS & students
Addrer, J. C. MeOlUDV & CO., Chicago, 111.
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8 uuiinur Complaint.
$25 TO 8o000l?"'.J?ri'
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an immense prerentsgeof profit by thu New Cap.
Ull.at on Syiem of operating lu Stock. Full x
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rjFLES, SHOT GUNS, REVOLVERS.
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Lwt hi Extuait oP Hkkp iii my private practice in
cn-c of general debility, weakness, depression,
dyspepsia, loss of appetite and nervous ultlietlou.
when medieitic hud proveu tnon1 than nelc. I
hive fniiiid It the bct remedy I have ever used lu
chronic alcoholism, when the somach I always Ir
ritated ami food required to nourish, hold l y all
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l Seminal Weakner
f Spermatorhea, lm
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n eir-nlmr a
Lor of Mnmor.
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mm ninny onier uip.-wvp huh. h-bu hipiiiiii.
mm Ion anil a 1'rcniBtUre (irvi all nf which a a
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" I the remit of a life tndy and many yuan of ex
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CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE.
school of experience. In all time, the men
who have done the most to make the world
gladsome and beautiful for others, have
themselves walked in deep shadows. The
great poet., whose immortal btrains have
cheered life's pathway fur the millions,
have learned in sorrow what they taught
So far we have been cmsuloring only the
accidentals in life, and as nearly all music
is written in '"Naturals." with only here
and there the Sharps and Flats thrown in,
t relieve the monotony, so it is in life.
The Naturals cmbiice the majority of
people we meet in ever)' day living.
Those people, we ses so much, and of
whom we hear so little, and who achieve
nothing in the grand opera of lite.
Thousands of these men breathe, move
and live pars off the stae of action, and
are heard of no more. They did cot a p.ir
ticle of cood in the world, and nr-ne wen
blest by them. None cm!d point to them
us the instrument of their redemption.
Not a line they wrote, not a word they
6poke, could be recalled, and when they
died their light went out in darkces-s.
There is another class of people we may
take for Naturals, who once seemed likely
to take a high place in the world, but who
let their youthful enthusiasm be cooled off
by contact with the world and its selfish
maxims, and who in middle life betray
their old hopes and aspirations only by the
bitterness of the cynicism which they sneer
at the unselfish hopes and plans c.f others.
They are the people who are. always crying
own humanity, who profess to believe
that every man has his price and there i
no such thing as truth an 1 goodness in the
world. Tlierj is also another class, anions:
liose we are apt to regard as commonplace
who have been prevented by circumstances,
from developing into what nature intended
hem for, and who, under ai attractive ex-
er'.or, keep shut up, longings and desires.
whioh common sense tells them, :t is not
worth while to express because they wmld
not be gratified.
At sometime during our lives, we have
all had aspirations to be something differ
ent from the rest of the world, to excel in
some one thing, and yet, after all, by tie
very laws of existence, it is certain that
most of us must succeed in being on'y
v.ry common place sort of people.
There is some comfort in the thought,
lowever, that the world, like music, must
depend cheitly, after all, upon the Naturals,
and if wo cannot attract attention to our
selves by peculiar or remarkable talents,
we can console ourselves by the nssurance,
that every note is essicntial to the grand
harmony of the whole, and that the great
Master Musician knows just where Sharps,
Flats and Naturals are needed.
The stomach cannot be fuekuited with
jrcater trash than a violent drastic purga
tive. True, such a medicine relieves con
stipation for the time, but at the expense
great luiury to the intestinal canal, w inch
it both iutlames and weakens, thus unfitting
it for the performance of its proper func
tions. Widely different is the action of
llostetter s iMomacli Hitters, atonic aperi
ent which produces effects prompt, indeed,
but never violent and convulsing. The
purity ot its botanic ingredients, its unob-
ctionuble flavor, its genial influence upon
the mind, ami the thoroughness ot Hs rem
edial action in cases of constipation, liver
complaint and dyspepsia, combino to rcn
der it a most desirable family specific. It
increases notli physical vigor and substance,
trantpiilizes and invigorates the nervous
system, and gives an unwonted relish for
the bxKl. A wineglass three times daily is
uuout tne average nose.
11 pound Old Barry Letter Heads.
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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING,
-Tlio physicians who attended the meet
ing ot the Southern Illinois Medical asso
ciation, in Sparta, on the 18th instant, aro
enthusiastic in their praise of the gen
uinc hospitality extended to them by the
citizens of Sparta. The doors of tho best
hotels and private residences were thrown
wide for tho reception of tho strangers,
and everybody seemed to vie with every
body else to extend the most unstudied
courtesies and kindnesses. No nn.ney
would be received at tho hotels; it was re
fused at the livery stables in short the
edict had gono out, 4,tho Doctors must pay
nothing." Tiie meeting was a very inter
esting one, and very largely attended. We
learn from Dr. Dunning, the President,
that the regular annual meeting of the as
sociation will be held on the 15th of Janu
ary next, in Cairo. We have no idea that
the hospitalities of Sparta will be duplica
ted by Cairo.
Tho train upon which Mrs. Gerould,
Mrs. Ramsey and Miss Rogers were pas
sengers, reached Ottumwa, Iowa, on Mon
day last, at 1 1 :40 a. in. The colored porter
of the sleeping car entered, and remarked
to the ladies that if they felt any disposi
tion to walk, they would have abundance
of time, as the train would be delayed
about two hours. A short time passed, und
the colored man returned, and made very
much the same observation. Tho ladies
finally left the car, and were absent a quar
ter of an hour or more. When they re
turned Miss Rogers noticed that her satchel
haa been disturbed, and examining its con
tents she discovered that the fine cameo
necklace she had received as a present
from her pupils here, had been stolen. She
at once notified the conductor of her loss,
and informing him of the conduct of the
negro porter, insisted that .he ought
to be searched. The conductor protested
that he had no right to saarch the porter, al
though he promised to "do what he could"
to recover the stolen jewelry. The conduct
of the porter points very directly to his
guilt, and if Mr. Morrill, the President, has
a proper care for the reputation of his
r Jitd, he will immediately give that colored
man the "grand bounce"' from his employ
ment. A countryman came into the city,
yesterday, with a full wagon load of
miserable little green apples. Alderman
O'Callahan, who is a member of the Board
of Health, saw the fellow in the act of sell
ing the stomach-griping stuff, and very
properly forbade further sales. Certain
parties protested, and a physician present
giving it as his opinson that "if well cooked
they would not hurt anything," alderman
O'Callahan interposed no further objections.
As the countryman was not offering "well
cooked apples" for sale, Alderman O'Cal-
ahun should have insisted upon obedience
to liis orders. It is hazarding but little to
say that one-third of that wagon load of
reen fruit will find its way, in its uncooked
condition, into the stomachs of the children
and servant girls of Cairo. The mother
doesn't live who cau keep a six or eight
ear old. child out of a basket tf green
apples. The apples will be eaten, raw aud
green as they are, in spite of every pre
caution that can be taken, and the result
will be tu alarming increase of cases of
diarrhea, cholera morbus, cholera infantum
and all the other sickness such abominable
food brings about. For any man to say
that miserable, tough little green apples,
that have scarc.ly reached the estate of
tartness arc nut unhealthy, is to fly in the
face of the experience of every family in
the city. They are unhealthy; and making
every possible effort otherwise to preserve
the health of our city, the Board of Health
will fail in the discharge of its duty unless
it prohibits the sale of fruits and vegeta
bles the use of which is well calculated to
render all other hygienic measures useless
and abortive. Alderman O'Caliahan was
right in forbidding the sale; he was wrong
There is nothing so harrowing to the
sympthetic mind than to hear a crying
naby. in. IaiU s Jiaby yrup will give
instant relief to the little sufferer. For
sale at ull Drug Stores.
EsvELors printed at the Bulletin office,
$1.00 perM. Envelops furnished at St.
Louis wholesalo List prices for the next !J0
Hate you Dyspepsia, arc you Constipa
ted, have you a Yellow skin, Loss of Appe
tite, Head Ache, if so don't fail to use Shi-
loh's System Vitalizer. It guaranteed to
relieve you, and will you continue to suffer
when you can be cured on such terms us
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ESTAT1! OF .USE 1.AWIIENCK, PECEArKB.
Tho nnderlnied. having neon appointed Admin
lrtratorof the crtnte of Jame Lawrence, late of
the county of Alexander aud slate of llllnoir. lie
ceased, hereby pive notice that bo will appear be
lore tho county court of Alexander county: at llio
court-house in Cairo, at thu July term, on the
econd Monduy in July t.eit, at which time all
perron hnvinu claim upuliist snld ertittu are noil
fled and requested to attend for the purpose of hav
ing the runic adjured, All persons iudvMcd to snld
ostuietire requested to make Immcdiute payment to
Dutud this 111st day of Mav, A. D. 1879.
1 ;8ALM0N1IAZLEW'00D, Administrator
ESTATE OF I1ENRT. MAYO, IKC1ASEP.
The UndorMlfTtiiwl tinvlnr tutitn ft1mltitwt Eserll
Utx iu,'..,ho loot wUl aud testament of
V r ,". lato of tho co'iniy 01
Alexander, und rtHto or Illinois, dercared,
hereby Klvu Botco llmt ,ho appear before the
vw....,,, v,,rv wl Airxamier connty, ai tno conn
i rV ,n,t "l.roi l lno J"'y term, on the Second
w r 1 H ''"'y BMl hch V f'm
Hi...". 11 Hlm M'Mt said ostuto are notified and
rttcjiies.ed to attend for tho purpose, of havlnc th
fJ.Vt3u,',w1, A11 Ptmm Indebted to aid e
lo the nndXffd " atl immM
Dirted thl. mil day of Mat. A. D. 1KT0.
CATHERINE MAVO. KiecnUlx.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
W. M- DAVIDSON,
Tin, Sheet-Iron and Copper.
COOKING & HEATING
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Boontig and Onttcnng a pecialty. All kind
Jr work fkillfully and promptly performed aud
price made raiirfactory.
STEAM II J ATS.
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The Elegant Hiduwheel Paiwiicer Steamer
Leave Cairo every afternoon at 8 o'clock, for
Padticah, Metropolis and way lauding, for
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TIIE ANCHOR LINE.
Tor New Orleans.
T. 8. DavIdon Marter
Holiday. June lti, at S p.m.
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Friday, June i, at I p. m.
FOR MEMPHIS ASP VICKSBUBG.
CITY OF HELENA.
Isaac McKek Muster
1 uerday. June 17, at 5 p.m.
CITY OF GEENVILLE.
A.J. Carter Marter
Taurrday, June 10 at a p. ui.
Saturday , June 21 at s p.m.
John Crane Mutter
Sunday. June -M, at 5 p. ui .
FOR ST. LOUIS.
E. W. don.n Marter
Monduy. June lti. at soon.
Tuerduy, June IT, at 10 p. m.
John Crane Master
Wedneiday, June IS. at 10 p.m.
JOHN A. SCUDDER.
Fle Calvtht Marter
Tnurday. June 1!. at noon.
GE.ir.GE W. Lknnox Marter
Friday. June at 10 p.m.
n. K. IT.ey Marter
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Monduy. June Si, at noon.
For all information apply to Anchor Line Office.
Wnarfhoat No. ii.
Cait. THOMAS W. SHIELDS. Supt.
SVPEItlOK NUTRITION THE LIFE.'
The Great Medicinal Food.
The Salvator For Invalid and the Aped. An In
comparatol Aliment fortlieOrowth and Protec
tion of Infuntr and Children. A Superior
Nutritive In Continued Fever, and a
Reliable Remedial Aircut in all Dlt-carc of the
stomach aud interline.
rTHIS jurt'iy celebrated Dietetic Piiepakation Is
a in c.impuritiou. iirinclpaliv the (.litkn derived
from the White Wintek Flint Wheat It heal, a
olid extract, the invention of an eminent Chemist
It har not only been biphly recommended, but cer
tified to by a lari;.' nuiuuer of Cliemirts and l'hvsi
clans reprerentlnj a very blub decree of medical
science ur the fvifcrt. Mort Acceptablo and H.ileif
blu Food for the ttrowtb and I'roiectlnu of Infants
aud Children, and for Mother lacking Sutllctcut
Nourishment for their ori'spring.
Vnlike those preparations uindc from animal or
vinous mutter, which aro liable to stimulate the
brulu and irritate the dlt'ertive orpin. It eiubrac.is
in Itr elementary composition
That which maker strong Ilor.e and Muscle. That
which maker sood Flerh aud Wood. That which Is
easy of Digest ion-never co!iilpatliiii. That which I
kind :ml friendly lo the Itrnln. and that which in tra
a preventive of thoru lutertiual Disorders iucldeii
tul to Childhood.
And. wiille it would be difficult to conceive of any
thing iu Food or Desert more creamy and delicious,
or mure unui'lrMug und strengthening 11s an ali
ment in Fever. Pulmonary Complaints, Dyspepsia
ana ttcticrai l'em.ny. itr it.wir. .medicinal excel
lence In ull Intestinal Diseases, especially lu
DysenttTV, t'lironic IUiirrlia'tt aud Cholera Infan
tum, Has been Iucontertnbly Trovcn.
Hold Wholerulc and
PRINCIPAL CITIES of the UNITED IS TATE 8,
JOHN CARLE & HONS. NEW YORK,
FOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
Vulcan Iron Works
9.1 OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO. HIS.
John T. Ronnie,
HAVIN'O established hi works at tho aliovo men
tinned placo is better prepared than ever lor
.DiauulacturliiR Steam Kuglue and Mill Machinery.
Having a Hteam Hummer and ample Tool, tho
manufacture of all kind of Machinery, Railroad,
Steamboat and llrldge Forging made a inccliillv.
hspocial attention given lo repairs of L' Mueand
!!,r"''Jf'"tlnK of nil kind made to ordui
Pipe Fitting Id all It brnnche.
' CINCINNATI.. .
Room nnd Bonrd, J.OO ami 14.00 per Day
Path-room and Parlor extra.
AU Modern Improvements
LOCATION CENTRAL. -
OlLKOCR A SONS, Trojirlf tor.
JUNE 22, 1870.
Specific Remedy .For All
BIADDEE & KIDNEYS
For Debility, Lor of Memory, Indisposition to
Exertion or Business, Shortness of Breath,
Troubled with Thought of Disease. Dlmners of
Virion, Pain fnthe Hack, Chest, and Head. Rush of
Dlood to the Head. Pale Countenance aud Dry Skin.
If these svmptom are allowed to go on, very
frequently Epileptic Fit and Consumption follow.
When the constitution become affected it require
the aid of an invigorating mediciuu to strengthen
and tone up tho system which
DOES IN EVERY CASE.
By any remedy known. It I prescribed by the
most eminent poysician ull over the world, In,
Aches and Tains,
General 111 Health,
Female Complaints, etc.
lleadiche. Tain In tho hoiildcr. Cnnph. nil,
ners, Sour Stomach Eruption, Had Tarto iu tha
.iiouin. raipnauou 01 1110 Heart. J'uln In tho re
gion of the Kldiiey's. and a thousand other painful
ryuiptomr, ore the offspring of Dyspepsia. .
Invigorates the Stomach.
Aud itlmnlate tho torpid Liver. Rowel, and Kid
neys to healthy action. In cleansing the blood of
all impurities, aud Insparting new life aud vigor to
the whole system.
A single trial will ho sufficient to convince the
uioat hesltatlug of Its valuahlu remedial qualities.
PRICE 1 PER BOTTLE
Or Six Bottles for S3.
Delivered lo any addres free from observation.
"Palleiil" may consult by letter, receiving thu
same attention a by ralllug.
Competent phvsician aiteud lo correspondents.
All letter rhould be rddrerred to.
. H. T. HELMB0LP.
Dnifffflst and Chcmiat,
See that the private Propricta-.
' ry Gtamp is On each bottle.
FEVER AXD AttrjKPAD.
CURE BY ABSORPTION!
Without Doslny The Better Way.
LIVER & AGUE PAD
BODY & FOOT PLASTERS
Medicated Foot Baths.
There remedies which are the role exponents of
the Cure by Aliaorptlou are oppored to Dosing havo
been proved tho cheapest and Mont Effectual Reme
dy for all Dleae Arllng from- Malaria or a disor
dreed Stomach or Liver, aud it I a well known fact
that nearly all the disease tbat attack the human
body cau bo traced directly ur indirectly to theio
Ft I known by actual experience that there 1 no
disease that attack the youth and adult oi both sex
es that can even bo modilled by the use of drng,
but that can he acted on lu a far more satisfactory
and permanent manner by tho HOLMAN LIVER.
PAD CO8 REMEDIES.
yunihwrlfw CiiBM, Finally Vo- '
nowWuoU to imi Hwyoml the
Reach of Mli-in, haro boon Suv
ed under the Mild Aolinnot'Theaft
ItemtKl leg Alone.
If questioned. cnd for our pamphlet, "Nature'
Law." uivina extended Information and testimo
nials from the 9m peoples of the country. Mailed
1 ho remedies aro sent by man. oot naia. on re-
chlpt of price, except tbo Salt, which is sunt by ex- -
prerr ui purcnaser r esoense.
cousuitutiou free, uud solicited at onr onice. ox
by mail, giving full description of your case.
DESCRIPTIVE PRICE LIST.
REGULAR TAD-fS 00; Incipient disease, first
stage Chills and Fever, etc.
SPECIAL PAD-$3 00; Chronic Liver and Stom
ach Disorders, and Miliaria.
STLEEN BELT-5 00: Enlarged Spleen and
Liver and Chill Cake.
INFANT PAD $1 50; Preventative ond euro ot
Cholera Infantum aud Summer
1 Auxiliaries for Nervous
BODYFLASTERS-Wcl and Circu!ative Troub-
Vie throwing off ob-
FOOT " pair 50c tructions and remov
i ing pains
I Auxllurv for colds, Sick
ABSORPTION SALT-1 j-hcadachs, numbness of
box :15c; sboxca, J1.25J extremities, etc.
For further information as to disease reached by
the Pad and Its Auxiliaries), consult our pamphlet.
HOLMAN LIVER PAD CO.,
Room 2 and 3, Singer Building, St. Lonli, Mo.
IJ. G. SCHUH,
Sole Agent forthealeof the HOLMAN LIVES
PAD CO. S REMEDIES in
A FKEE TEST TK1ALT
OF ONE OK
HEALTH RESTORING PADS
We will fend one of our HEALTH HESTOH
INU.PADS to any Invulld afflicted with Liver
Complaint. CHILLS and FEVER, INDIGES
TION, COSTIVENE8S. Nervou Headache,
Dyspepsia. Nervou Debility aud Impnro Blood,
if they will seud ue their avmptoms and ad
dress ond agree to send u $e.oo if it effects
a cure to their entire (atisfactlou, otheiwiso
there will bo no charge. We w ill do this to con
vince tho public of the superior valuo as a
OF OUR PADS.
And that they will do all we say. As this offer
will necessarily be limited In number, wo hope
thereforo, an early application will be made. Ad
dres, ery Respectfully Tours,
DH.G. W. "FORBES,
173 Elm street. Cincinnati, Ohio,
riiyelclun speak In Terms of Praise lu favor of tho
Cincinnati, Juno iff, 18TB.
Having had ome considerable acquaintance w ith
the operation of the Pari, I can conciemiouly
recommend It 11s au excellent rcrucdv 1 11 all the dis
ease lor w hich Dr. Forbes counsel !lr lire.
DR. J. 1IALLOWELL,
27H U urge Street. Cincinnati.
What Rev. Joseph Emery, tbo well knowu City
, , , , Cincinnati. .Tune SO, 1STS.
Having had a long acquaintance with Dr. Forbes,
I uiu satisfied that whatever ho recommends ho does
so conscientiously, autl will provo all thev promise.
rev. Joseph Emery.
Extracts from a few of the Many Letters frequently
received nt the Office.
Out" ays : "I feel that your Pads havo saved mv
life. Another say: "Your Pad has Just reached
my cne. It no entirely removed my cortiveners
and consequent Sick Headache." Auothur writes :
'lour Pad attended strictly to biiriuers, ami la
fnrty-elgln hours 1 felt n well as ever." Auothur:
"lour Pad has cured me of Blllloiisne aud a tor
pid Liver. I am better than I hav been (a twenty
yean." Still another savs: I rave endured all tho
horrors growing out of a forpld Liver nd Dyspepsia.
After using your pad all these Ills left in. Ono
more: "I liavu used your Pad with perfectly at!s
laelory rvrul.s. aud cheerfully rvcomeud tlieui lo
A Purely Vegetable Remedy
The ruUt. Kuitt und I lout ever
A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY
A purely vegetable compound, not doctored with
poisonous liquor, being dry a gentle caihartlc and
tfectlvv tonic nro to urectnalty cure onis of tho
most common and paiulUI dlsesv that banle md
tral skill, Those who havo been ruled when all
otkar Mwaus failed, Jntl.v y: lt I the greate
blessing of the ago." "I belleva I should not now
ha alive but tor it Ptiyicln la reiihir psactlee .
aay 1 "ll work llko a charm aud oflaciraly " ,
FOB 8ALE BY ALL rr:" ' '
readily eblalu, we U k la
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