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ITorowvpathicPJiyHician and Sursrccn
Olflf. 1-M CrAntircjal vnni. Rcildenc corner
JJR. E. W. WHITLOCK, f .
' Denial Surgeon.
OfTR'i No. l.W Commercial Avenue, between
Klithtb and Ninth Street
R. W. C. JOCELYN,
CFFICE Eighth Btreet, near Commercial Avenoa.
. ' S NOTARY PUBLIC. '.
rJWOMAS LEWIS, , (
Notary Public and Conveyancer, j
OFFICE :-Wlth the Widow' and Oorphan' Mu
ml Aid Society
JINEQAR & LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. 113 Commercial Avenue.
OR METROPOLIS AND PADUCAU.
The Elegant Sldewkoal I'awcngcr Steamer ,
NEWMAN.- . Master.
A. J. BIRD m.m ......... Clerk.
Leaves Cairo every afternoon el 3 o'clock, for
Paducab. Metropolis aud way landing. For
freight or parage apply to SOL. A. SILVER,
(JAIllO CITY FERRY CO.
On and after Monday, June 10, the boat will make
the following trip:
LI A V 88 . LKAVBH LEAVES
Foot Fourth it Missouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
7 a. m. 7:30 a. ra. 8 a. m.
8 a. n. 9:S0 a. m. 10 a, m.
11 a. m. 11 ::M) a. m. 12 m.
i p.m. i-M p.m. S p.m.
:30p.n. 5:0) p.m. 5:50 p.m.
9 a.m. :30a. m. 10 a. m.
. 8 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 4 p. in.
SEW AD VERTISEM EN'Ts J1ISCELLA N'EOUS.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Alao Manufacturer Of and Dealer In
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE,
fS"ALI, KIND OP JOB WORK UOHK TO OKDER.&J
NO. 27, EIGIITJI STREET,
t'AIKO, : : : ILLINOIS.
ON THE FIFTEENTH DAY OFOCTOBER NEXT
EDWARD A. BUDER
Will remove to hi cominodiou and handsome
new atore, on
NEXT DOOR TO BCHUII'S NEW DKUU STORE
Ho will open with the fluent stock of Jewelry
Silverware, etc., lu thestato.and having more room
than In bin present quarters, he will keep on band
..urge nock of the uill wnt grade o(
and other Musical Instruments and merchandise,
llu wUHttoaya have Iu.the More a cnpiible and re-
iiahleiuuetand teachtr. and will cuter eupcclully
to the musical public. TIiom.' contemplating pur
halr.s piano or oriis, would lo well to wait
ana laspcu ui siock. t,l. A. lit uiiii.
Eighth street and Washlngun Ave.
hMafcllshed lu 1S01.
T. T. WARREN & CO.
- :(1'& GGW. Second St.
Foreign i.nd Uorooallc dried and canned Fruit and
Vcgcunlct. Canned, dried and tail K1U. Pick
. ,1c, Sauce, Oil and Condiment. Soup
ft'jffii, Baking Powdert, gronnd and -,
whole Pplcea. Toilet and Laundry
Soap. Hutida, Jelllci, Prearrvct
. Fancy tirocerlof aud Qro-
, cera' Sundrlee.
Stock unparalleled in the West.
SEND FOR OCR "GROCERS' MANUEL.
. C. FORD,
Variety; Bracket Store,
Oummrrdftl Avenue Comer Kintb Street.
CAIRO, i i l ILLINOIS
THE DAILY BULLETIK
ENTERED AT THE POST YIKKICB IN CAIRO, IL
T.RTOTB7 A8" ' BECCCTPCLAgSMAT'f
OFFICIALPAPEB OF ALEXANDER COCNTT,
Only Hornin; Doily in Southern Illinois.
PtoKU OfFIH, I
Cairo, 111.. October , IH79. (
Time. Bar. Ther. Hum , Wind. Vel Vteathery
:4B t.a ot.U
8E. 3 Fair
BE. 7 Cloudy
8. 8 Fair
S. 10 Fair
11:11 " HO.tii
S0:J p.m 80.07 t.
Maximum TemriHrntnre. HHO: Minimum, Ten)'
perature, U7 ; Kalufall, o.0 Inch.
Sere't Signal Corn, U. 8. A.
IN AND AROUND THE CITY.
There was unusual quiet in police cir
cles all day yesterday.
Mr. E. J. Ayers, of Villa Ridge, was in
the city yesterday aud called on Tiik Bul
letin. . '
The regular monthly sociable of the K.
M. K. C, will be held Monday evening
and very enjoyable re-unions they are, too.
Gentlemen who ventured abroad yes
terday afternoon in their woolens, yeilded a
ready assent to the slightest intimation that
it was ,lhot weather."
No opium! No Morphia or other dan
gerous drug is contained in Dr. Bull's Baby
Syrup, for the relief of Colic, Teething, etc.
Price 35 cents.
Tho friends of Miles W. Fnrker are
importuning him to make the race for
county treasurer next month. He has not
indicated his purpose as yet.
The social dance at the corner of
Twentieth and Poplar, Wednesday night,
was a pleasant affair throughout. It was en
gineered by Messrs. Hunter and Morgan.
Our correspondent . "Curious" pro
pounds interrogations that we are unable to
answer. We turn them over, therefore, to
those who are better informed than wo are1
Never defer until to-morrow what should
Lc attended to to-day. A slight cough ought
never to be neglected when a 25 cent bot
tle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup will prevent
it from becoming chronic.
Thcr-'Faultless" has come to stuy, in
fact it has gained such a hold on the
smoking part of humanity in Cairo, that it
could not get away if it wished to. The
best 5 cent cigar in the world, sold by F.
Citizens who have witnessed the shoot
ing by Mr. and Mrs. Den Howe, at the
Theater Comique, pronounce it wonderful.
The much vaunted shotot the Swiss patriot,
is not a circumstance to tho rifle perform
ances of tho Howes.
City Clerk Foley availed himself of
the Narrow-gauge's offer to tnko In the St.
Louis fair, the Veiled Prophets, etc. He
went upon Sunday, and will probably re
turn to-day. Mr. Mahaney is the very
Our old friend, Pat Mockler, will un
derstand that, although we are a little late
in congratulating him over the advent of
that fine boy, we are none the less sincere
on that, account. .Roth the mother and
child are doing well.
There is an admixture of sand and clay
in the Metropolis gravel that possesses,
when dried, all tltfe tenacity of cement. A
body of the gravel, on.ie compact, is as
hard as asphaltum. All of which leads to
tho remark that it is just the thing for
Five of the thirteen teachers engaged
in the white, department of the Cairo pub
lic school are young ladies, resident of
Cairo. Four of them are graduates of tho
school in which they are teaching, and
ought to have a good knowledge of com
mon school processes.
The Reform club holds its regular
weekly meeting this evening. Don't stay
away because a big gun is not booked for a
speech. There is much "richness"' that is
entirely impromptu. Tho officers of the
club are not lacking 'in resources. Turn
out and see what turns up.
A movement is on foot among our
dramatically inclined young gentlemen, to
present, on Thanksgiving night, nn enter
tainment that shall eclipse all former home
efforts in that direction. The only draw-'
Duck (nud wo trust tho want will be sup
plied) is the want ofaily talent. The tal
ent is hero; but it is over timid.
"Curious" propounds interrogatories
that we have heard before. We arc not in a
condition to answer them ; but wo have an
abiding faith in tho integrity of tho gentle
men who control tho affairs of the C. & V.
company, ami will undertake to say that all
tlio promises made- will ultimately be ful-
Ulled. ,U is not always the case that tho
way accompanies the will.
Sinco it is not reduced to a demon
stration that Clear, cool water obtainablo
hero at 0(J or 70 feet, is riot healthy, and ns
uuo m mo great needs 1 tno ' . city i9 ' un
doubtedly pure water, why 'may not tho
city expend, say from its Board ot Health
fund, the 200 or fWO necessary to do
tormitio if good water can bo obtained by
boring. It would bo a wise expenditure
and ono the people would approve.
Tho river convention at Quincy next
Wednesday will call together represeuta
tivc men from nil portion of tho Mississippi
valley, and Qulney promises to out do her
self in extending tho civilities, etc. Tho
gentlemen named to represent Cairo, ouHit
to be present. , Mr. Oberly will probably
W there ii any -event; but. Halllday,
Wright, Wood, Linegar and Tlmtlcwood
ought to bo thoro to co-operate wilt him.
j Blacksmiths, carpenters, painters, mer
chants, tailors, overybody seems to be busy.
We pushed inquiries, yesterday, among tho
business men of Commercial avenuo, and
only found one man who felt at all inclined
togrumble, and he confessed that there had
been marked improvement. Tho truth is
not to bo disguised. Business of all kinds
is good. " !'.
No arrests wcro effected yesterday or
during the night before. About 4 o'clock
yesterday afternoon we saw a gathering of
fifteen or twenty individuals, near Eighth
and Levee, that promised to originate all
the business during the night that the po
lice force would caro to attend to. It was
the roughest gang we have seen in many a
Tho skating rink was opened last
night, and quite a crowd of our best peo
ple was there to share in the festivi
ties of the evening. Mr. Pettis guurds the
reputation of his establishment jealously,
and no one need entertain the slightest ap
prehension that he or she will meet any one
in tho rink who is not ot good repute and
Just before midnight, Wednesday
night, John Sackburger discovered that
some raseallion had made a tour of part of
his house, btirstcd open a couple ot trunks,
carried off an overcoat and several
other articles, and left, in the
house, tho chisel with , which he
operated. The chisel has been recog
nized, and may furnish a clue to the name
and whereabouts of the burglar.
' It would be well for citizens to keep a
lookout as well as a lock, upon their valu
ables. There is an unusual number of sus
picious characters ia the city, and nobody
can tell what devilment a night may de
velop. It must not be expected that our
couple of pairs of watchmen can patrol the
whole city and keep nn eye on individual
dwellings and business houses. It is be
yond the ability of any tour or afiy ten men
to do so.
We are now repaying, with compound
interest added, the immense shipments of
cabbages the Soutli sent into our Northern
markets while we were yet contending
w'uh frosts and freezes. At the depot ot
the Illinois Central, yesterday, were five
immense boxcars packed full of immense
cabbage heads en route South. Other cars
had gone ahead and still others are to come
forward. If aggregated in one heap, the
beholder would stand appalled at uch an
alpine height of cabbages.
Until yesterday morning The Bulle
tin whs afflicted with a compositor who
was never known to "set up'' the name of a
treet according to copy. For Seventh
street he would give us Seventeenth, for
Fourteenth he would trive us Fourth, and
so on, until the thing became so insuffera
ble that we do not now, and never expect
to feel any compunctions of conscience for
having cremated him in the furnace of our
boiler room. It was "rough on him" for a
few minutes; but he had been merciless
with us for several weeks.
Passing tho .corner of Eighteenth and
Poplar, yesterday evening, wo noted down
the fact that hands were at work construct
ing a much needed walk across Eighteenth.
Cheney, pntting the neck of a trim built and
sprightly animal, challenged us with:
"What you dotting down, Mr. Harrcll?"
We told him. "Aye," rejoined he, "I
thought you were saying that Cheney has
the finest aud fastest mare in Cairo; and I
was going to give credit for telling the truth."
And it is a handsome animal for a fact;
but as to the matter of speed, there may be
those who will take issue with Mr. Cheney.
The general interest in the New York
walking match is flagging. Of the thirty,
five pedestrians who entered, twenty have
petered out, leaving only fifteen on tin
track. Of these the little Havenstruw
brickmaker, Murphy, retains the lead, and
seems to be the favorite. At one o'clock
yesterday morning, be had scored 2SQ
miles, being within 14 miles of Rowell's
best time. Faber comes next, with 272
miles; Allen 2G2, Spellaiy 209 and Howard
200. Tho others run behind, from 10 to
100 miles Of the 21 pedestrians hi the
San Francisco long walk, only three scored
450 miles , and upward. Mclntyre made
his ,")00 miles ;Carmichael 478, and Scott 4".
It is estimated that ono hundred thou
sand strangers flocked into St. Louis to
witness tho parade of the Veiled Prophets.
It proved to be what everybody antici
pated, the finest, most gorgeous street spec
tacle ever witnessed in St. Louis. Over
5,000 persons were ticketed to tho ball
and banquet that followed, and so highly
were tho invitations prized that "money
could not purchase them, nor were rank
and power sufficient to secure for its
possessor tho coveted card board that
served as the open-sesamo to tho glories of
tho banquet hall." Wherefore we may
safely coueluUo that it was a "big thing."
The Ilanny liouso is being thoroughly
overhauled, and will hereafter bo known
ns tho Aloxaudcr Couuty Bank building.
Although comparatively a now building,
tho lower or ground floor joists were so
nearly decayed that the floor would have
gono down under tho weight to which any
of the levee business houses aro ordinarily
subjected. This rot or decay was greatly
facilitated because of ' tho abaenco of all
means for ventillation. New Joists were sub
stituted, aud tho entire interior, will be
remodeled; The Commercial avenuo front
will be used 1 for banking purposes. The
rear will be let out as a store room, and the
second floor will be partitioned off into of
flees. It is' very desirablo property,' and
will not long remain unoccupied. .
When tho Reform movement in Cairo
and the adjoining country was inaugurated,
thoro wcro three saloons in the block facing
the court house, and all of them were well
patronized. The country . people, or the
great majority of them who were wont to
"fill up" on their arrival in the city, now
sport rod or blue ribbons. Tho loss of this
patronage added to the noticeable reduc
tion in the number of local patrons, caused
a closing up two of these saloons, leaving
only one. If all the saloons of tho city
wcro like this one, drtteken men or minors
would never obtain a glass of liquor, at any
time, nor would anybody else on Sunday.
This conscientiousness is not an out growth
of tho Reform movement; but tho closing
of the two saloons may bo charged directly
'to the movement, and to that solely.
Tho-"Committee of Ten," is not a crea
ture of a day ; but will maintain its exis
tence until it shall have matured a system
of sanitation worthy of adoption by the
city council. To accomplish this may re
quire weeks of thought and consultation.
"Gray Beard" has made "three practical
suggestions," and tho committee will give
them duo consideration. Shall we not hear
from others? Next spring we want to take
timo by the fore-lock, so that we may have
our city iu the best possible condition by
the middle of May or the 1st day of June.
We don't want to perforin thp work in hap
hazard manner, but in accordance with set
tled rules. We want a system that shall
cover all necessities. The matter is one
that concerns every citizen. Let those who
have notions, therefore, avail themselves of
the opportunity we offer, to make them
knowu. This call is not limited to gentle
men, but includes us well, the ladies.
The negro man, Albert Thompson,
alias Joh.'i Gibson, who entered Tuber's
jewelry establishment, on Tuesday last,
stole a watch, and was subsequently ar
rested at the end of a long chase, turns out
to be a hardened and daring offender. He
was brought before Squire Robinson yester
day afternoon, and put through a prelimin
ary examination, which resulted in his com
mittal to the countyjail in default of five
hundred dollars bail. AVlf.lc the culprit
was undergoing his examination, Marshal
Lalluc became strongely impressed with
the idea that he was the fellow who stole
the gold case from Mr. Seltzer's show case,
Monday evening; and communicating his
suspicions to officer Winn and Tyler, told
them to broach the matter to him, and, if
possible, recover the case from him.
Messrs. W. aud T. were stimulated to the
work by a promise of ten dollara reward if
they were successful. Accordingly t!:ey
went to work on their subject, assured him
that he was "in for itu anyhow, and would
make matters no worse by making a clean
breast of it, and succeeded beyond their
expectations.' Gibson not ouly acknowl
edged the theft, but handed over the prop
erty. Messrs. Wims and Tyler returned
the case to Mr. Seltzer, aril received for
their services a ten dollar gold piece. Gib
son is a Georgia negro, and one of the most
desperate and daring that ever operated in
CLEAR CREEK ITEMS.
Reported for the Cairo Dnllvtln.
Clear Creek has a daily mail.
The roads are positively dusty, compara
tively dustier, superlatively the dustiest we
ever saw them.
There are more improvements going on
round about Clear Creek now than for sev
eral years before. The people seem to look
forward to a season of prosperity, and con
template better times. ,
There is a great deal of wheat being
sown here this till. Some of it is up and
Health is better here than usual. In fact
the people of Clear Creek have enjoyed
good health, all this year.
The Clear Creek school begins Monday,
October 13th. Mr. J. S. Cowdeu, of Cape
Girardeau, is to bo the teacher.
What do the people think of tue addi
tional road tax? That is a question to be
settled the 4th of November. Good roads
are good things, but fifty cents on the one
hundred dollars is afretty big thing.
"He bought the cow with lh wrinkly born,
That kicked tho mald.-n, All forlorn, . -That
married the man, tbut looked ho flue,
That owned the cow lu fifty nine."
THAT UNION DEPOT.
Editor of the Bulletin: .
Dkar Sin: Can you iutorni an anxious
public when theC.&V. and other rail
road companies interested, intend to com
mence the erection of that grand uuiou de
pott J ust before the last city election there
was such an ado about the matter that we
were all led to believe tfiat the great build
ing would be put. up bclore the closo of
the then present season. Thoro was much
haste in perfecting a title to tho site, iu the
company and iu sccuriug extraordinary
rights on tho neighboring highways;
but hs soon . as tho city ' had
performed her part in tho matter,
the zeal of tho other parties seemed to cool,
until now tho project is scarcely ever
spoken of. I but repeat an oft-used remark
of Tnn Bulletin when I gay that Cairo's
railroad buildings nro not such as tho needs
of tho business and travel demand.' They
aro nothing but barns at best, mid better
buildings can be found at interior stations
where the business is not jqual to tea per
cent, ot that furnished by and 'through
Cairo. There Is not a railroad buildip j in
Cairo, the round house alone excepted,
of which the company owning it
has not occasion to jfeol ashamed.
And this has been the case
ever since Cairo has bcoa a, railroad termi
nus. The most Important pjbint on the Illi
nois Central receiving jind forwarding
more freight than any other station on the
road, yet all tho money ever expended here
on depot buildings would not put a roof on
tho Chicago depot should fir or a hurri
cane leave that building uncovered. If tho
several companies that operate roads hero
aro not ashamed of such a show, they cer
tainly ought to be. But to return. What
docs the C. & V. Intend to do about the
union depot project? Has it bought tho
material? Has .it decided upon
plans, ' and made contracts for
the work? or docs it suppose the city of
Cairo will permit to hold its grants and
privileges unused, perpetually?
Concerning this whole matter there has
been an ominous silence, of late. To know
why this is so; why the project is no longer
spoken of as a thing to be hoped for, I, with
hundreds of others, am decidedly
D0NGOLA NEWS ITEMS.
T.Y OIJ) TUI.U.
As the Aeather is exceedingly warm for
October, a good excuse, for the croaker,
presents itself, and a goodly number are
awful 'fraid, that the wheat crop for
1SS0, will be a failure. The Hessian fly,
s::ys one, will certainly do the work for it;
and another who is fearful of grasshoppers,
is very solicitous lest they tat it up, and so
it goes. A more beautiful autmnu no man
ever saw, audit undoubtedly is a ehame
for any one to make a fool of himself, by
prophesying evil. We have men in Don
gola that cannot be convinced that resump
tion has taken place, confidenco regained
and a general revival of business going on.
For such we hare no good word-, aud from
such, "good Lord deliver us." Our courts
in Dongo'.a occasionally grind. Last week
Squire Little's court ground out a f-ruull
grist conecnihig-soine thieving done by some
small boys three in r.umVrbc'ouging'to
Dongola. Their ngi$ range from 10 to 14
years, and their mode of thieving, was to
break into stores and boot fhops after
night, make their grab, an. 1 then bide the
goods, in a hole in the ground, they had
previously prepared, nr.d tli'-re keep them.
until they could peilu.e them out. They
ttYre found guilty, on their own pleading:
but were not lound over, but bound out to
some good farmers, who took them away
from town, and it is hoped may succeed in
turning them from very bad boys, to gocd
Our school iu Dongo'.a. ha3 been In
progress tor one month, and s far as our
knowledge extends, with goo I results. We
cannot see how it can be o;!itrwie4 for our
Principal, John Deans, is a first grade
teacher, and bis assistants are, also, No.
Our town and surrounding country, arc
so healthy that it begins to look blue topur
For the last four years, there has been
but little sickness, and the question natu
rally arises, what is the cause of it? The
main cause of it is, people have about quit
eating sour sorghum m'lasc9, ami have
learned to shun quack nostrums, and have
abandoned the habit of gulping down
strong medicine for every little ache.
As the hopes and fears of all, in regard
to the crops, are now with the things of the
past, and about all that was hoped for bus
been realized, there is no good reason why
all should not feel thankful, and conclude
at once, to put in the long winter evenings
that are coming, reading good books and
periodicals. While speaking of periodicals,
we heartily recommend to all, Tue C'aiuo
Bulletin. There should be 100 copies every
week for Dongola. In such a case, Old
Trim might keep his copy nt home, tud be
relieved from answering a thousand ques
tions, concerning the Cairo markets.
E.Eddleman & Sous have just opened up
their splendid stock of dry good and gen
eral merchandise, and to say that it does
not excel anything of tho kind in Dongola,
would be to say a falsehood. They do not
cut on any article for vain show, but do put
their goods down to figures that give nil a
chance. Our friends in Alexander and Pu
lasli counties may save lots of their money
and carry home piles of goods by calling
on, and trading with them.
On tho night of tho 7th instant, Mr.
Duticau of Mill Creek, ami a Mr. Wilson
were charged with being drunk, and
brought before bis honor, Police Magistrate
Dale, who fined them f 1.00 mid costs. As
is the custom in tho Dongola court, there
were plenty of counsel both for the defense
and for tho people; and were your corres
pondent to give in detail the proceedings of
last night's trial, the civilized and enlight
ened reader would not belh-vt) him. There
fore wc will only say that the proceedings
were shameful, and would burn, with
shame, ho cheek of u Root-Digger Indian.
Cursing, swearing nud fighting were carried
on right in time of court, and yet tho Mag
istrate didn't fine ono of them. For such
conduct men should he put In jail,
Just received and kept constantly on hand,
Faust's celebrated Diamond Brand, nt 80
Ohio Levee, next to Planters' House.
Oyster served at nil hours, dny or night.
Geo. OTIaua has just rcceivpd a new
invoice of Forbes' Pods. No. 1 is a suro
cure for fevers, jaundico, chills etc. No. 2
cures kidney diseases of all kinds. (Price
only one dollar. . y
i Anti-Bellck Piuces At the barber
shop of J.Geo. Stcinhouse, Eighth street,
near Alexander County Bank. Customers
;ii a i ' . ....
wiu una a.ciean, cool shop, easy chairs, all
tho late papers. clean towels, keen, razors,
accommodating, skilled workmen, and at-J
isfactory work. Prices: Shaving. 10
cents; Hair-cut, 25 cents; -Shampooing,
j vuma. uivu i am a call. . .
STOVES! STOVES 1 1 ' '
Beautiful Buso Burners, tho Argand and
Garland; for beauty and excellence they are
unsurpassed. Also tho famous Charter
Oak cook stove, and all kinds of coal or
tvnrvl tiantinrr ntnl nntV otMna 41.. I...n..4-
stock ever brought to this market at '
C. W. Hendkhron's,
Commercial avenue, corner Twelfth St.
, R. JONES. ,
Tho fashionable boot and shoe maker,
takes pleasure in announcing to his old pa
trons and to the public generally, that bo
can still bo found at his shop in tho Athe
neum building, where he is prepared to
make to order, bootsor shoe s of the latest
style from tho best material and of tho
finest workmanship. As he uses nothing
but A No. 1 stock, all of his work will b
warranted as represented, or no sale.
A LL ADVERTISEMENTS fn tbl. column, of
XV five line i-arb, or Irm will be published form
ll'Ilttf Vitv lllut.rf Inn 1 fni fl , , ...
out change, 1.(a per niuiilh.' Eucb additional
lint-. 5 ei-ui. Situation wanli-d frw.
, , FOII SALE.
A large ol!d wn'.unt warhrobo. Price JI0 tfl
h ii'iu I re of .Mr. Harnett, No. T.-nth irwt;
lUtt'SE FOK SALE.
Cottnre li.vil ininH iimtwr. . .
ant t tie lot Vacated. Kiifinlr.i nt 'iSn Ii, .,
... 1 - - - - - . . i.nu.1
A dwelling, five room nud kitchen. Twentieth
Mriitt. near court home. Ei.qulru at If. Mtvap. a
KhrSai.k Kejmriitely or together, a et of lng!e.
bnnit-sa. a new. liuggy -n!iiou and a baestv whip
Apply at Uulielln bluderr. Jon E. BVi-.Kl .
II KADt'AIITERH FOK FIXE A1li!E?Y(iOODM
How. Arrimn. Tawii., shooting (.Iovcl etc., at
C. W. lIt:.lJEltso.S'.s. Commercial avei. . ror-m-r
Fine ateel engraving, for a!. Cannot bo
bought of the plillphir for lem than fir- .Hi earn.
Will beanld clngly for lo (j t-arb. or Hie four for
i.W. Eniiiire atTnr. Biuktis bindery.
Owkeb and pun-hu'er of Real Eotate la I'afro
liould U- mre they hiive a good title. I am now
prepared to Ir.rLifh atMr:ict at rannah!e mu.
!!'c in Court Itou.e.
FEVER AND A1JUE PAD.
CUKE $Y AUSOliTTION!
Without hosing The Potter Way.
LIVER & AGUE PAD
r. ( r.i:, i 4 1 , i .
BODY & FOOT PLASTERS
" ABSORPTION SALT
Medicated Foot Baths.
Thec remediek which aro the o! exponent of
the Cure by Absorption are onpoved to luwlng have
been proved the cheapenl and Mo.t Effectual Kenm
dyfor all IUce ArUIng from MaTa7farallttu
dreed Stomach orLlvir. aud It i a well known fact
that nearly all the dlm-ae that attack the human
body can be traced directly or Indirectly to theo
ll I known by actual experience that there lno
dluae that attack the vouth nud adult 01 both rex
pa that pirn even In, nnifl(ll.il l.v ,1.. ,iMU r .1....
. .. - - - ... ............ ..j uiii,.,
but that can be acted on In aifnr more atlletory
and permanent manner by the IloLMA.N LIVEll
N uiiiborlt-HM C'.ihhm, I'lnalTy Ao-
knovIdg'tt to 1h Heyoml the
Kfitoh ol'MHli i i i if, hit vo Ix-u Hay.
h1 under thx Mil.l Ac-tion nf'VUenn
If qitctloncd, enil for our pamphlet, "Xatnre'g
l.aw," (flvliiK extended luloniialtoii and U-tlr1k
uial from the Brt people id tho country. Walled
The romcdif are ent by mail. not pam, on ro
rhlpt of price, except the Halt, which l aent by IX
pre at piirdiner' exneime.
Consultation free, and solicited at our ofllc
by mull, Klviuu full description of your cae.
DESCBIITIVK PRICE LIST.
ItElifLARFAll-J'JOO; Incipient dlseac. flrtt
lat,'e Chill and Fever, etc.
SPECIAL PAD-$.) m; Chronic Liver and Stom
..... .., m Hdl Dlnnler. and Malaria.
SPLEEN DELT- 85 no; Enlarged Spleen and
Liver and Chill Cake.
INFANT PAD tl f); Preventative and euro of
t hnlem Itifiititam and Hummer
FOOT " pnlr Mc
box -J.'iCi A boxen, 81. Si
Auxillarlc for Jtervott
and Clrrulativo Triuh-
le throwing tt ob
struction und rvmov -i
II IX pllitl.
Auxilnry for cold, Slrk
headacb. mimhne of
For further lllforniallnn n. In itlaeasra rnnnliml h
tliii Pad and it Auxiliaries consult our pamphlet.
33ATKS & IIAUXjEV,
Hoom a and 3, slnecr Dtilldlns, ft. Loul, Mo.
For Sale by PAUL G. SCHl'H, PAR
CLAY PI10S., and FRANK IIEALY,
DrugglstM, Cairo, Illinois
ft AND 10 CENT COUNTERS.
5 AND 10c COUNTERS!
TO THE TKADE! Thollvo btttnei men of tho
day are Mart n the. 'counters. We aro tho OrlRl
tiHtoriand Headuimrtor! We have the only two
Kxeu-aivK S and lee Jobbing lloiisei lu the U H .
Itr Bond for Cslnlogtto mid particular.
DUO AND RANDOLPH STItEET, CHICAGO.
AIo IW nud as Chimney Btruet,Boton