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PROFESSIONAL CARDS" PHTSICIAXW.
r If. 51ARBAN, M. D., t .
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
t)"l 14i) (Unnmarclal avenue,' Jiealdnnc corner
.. .' . u. ...i vi-uiihinirinn avenue, ( aim.
J)R. E. W. WniTLOCK, .
k Dyntal Surgeon.
Ofkci-No. 1S8 Commercial Avenue, between
Slgata and Mntn strceu
QR. W. C. JOCELYN,
(.FFICE-Eicbta Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICB:-Wlth the Widow.' and Oorpnana'Mu.
ual Aid Society.
INEGAR & LANSDEN,
OFFICE-No. 113 Commercial Avenue.
CAIRO CITY FERRY .CO.
On and after Monday, 3 une 16, tbc boat will mnko
the following trlic :
LEAVE MAVIS LSAVIS
Foot Fourth t Missouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
f . ' f f
7 a. m. 7:30 a. m. 8 a. m.
Ha. m. 9:4) a. m. 10 a.m.
:i a. m. 11:30 a. m. 12 m.
J p.m. -J-.M p.m. 3 p.m.
;'10p. m. '5:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m.
i a. m. 9:30 a. m. 10 a. m.
3 p.m. 3::W p.m. 4 p. m.
Jon METROPOLIS AND PADUCAII.
The K.ouantSldcwheel Passenger Steamer
Loaves Cairo every afternoon at 3 o'clock, for
Pniincah, Metropolis and wny landing's. For
freight orpassagu apply to SOL. A. SILVER,
NEW ADTXRTI8E3IEXT.S MISCELLANEOUS,
70 OHIO LEVEE.
yo dirt or dnt bv measure being exposed to air.
Milk delivered twice a day,
SEALED IN PINT BOTTLES.
Try It aud nee for yourselves.
CO PINT TICKETS ONE DOLLAR!
Cash on delivery of tickets.
7G Ohio Leveo,
Boat Stores and Groceries
Of all kinds.
OI'KN NIG JLT AND DAY
" Fr h Dairy and (illt UAsv Butter. Oysters and all
kinds uf fruit when In se-isoti, on hand ami deliv
ered promptly at residences free. Oysters delivered
BOOTS AND SHOF.S.
BOOTS AND SHOES
Made to Order-
FKO.M TIIK BEST MATERIAL ON SHORT NO
TICK. "WORK, MATERIAL AND KIT GUAR
ANTEED. 4tyReilrlu8 done with lieatuess und despatch.
Aveuuc, N. K. Corner
E, C, FORD,
Variety Bracket Store,
Commercial Avenue Corner Ninth Street.
CAIUO, : : : ILLINOIS
TREES! SHRUBS I
An Immense stock of Forest Trues and Ever-
crecn Heedlngs. Hliritha. Fruit Trees, and Ktrmll
Fruit. Ilill will be sold chrnHr ami parked better
man ai any omcr piaro on lueAmcrtr.in continent
Aucimss, j. i', riNlNKY,
lturtri."B iay, Wis
TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
KKTKKKI) AT TUB IWT OFFICK IN CAIUO, IL
1.1X019, A8 SECOND-CLASS MATTER.
OFFICIAL TAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY
Only Jlorninar Daily in Sonthern Illinois
SioHAt Ornog, I
Caijio, 111.. October tfl. 1879. t
Time. Bar, Ther. Hum Wind. Vil Weather,
:4H a m 30.13 M Hi calm
tt:tl " 30.11 00 hi E. 8
S):i3 p.m :.n 64 73 S.K. 8
:l:Jt! " SO.ltt H3 7S K. 4
Maximum Temperature. 04 ; Mtulmum Tern
pcraturo, M; Rainfall, O.lH) Inch.
8eri;'t Signal Corui, V S. A.
IX AND AROUND TIIE CITY.
Mrs. Payno lias moved down town
has taken Mr. Geo. Hill's house, corner
Elevectli and Walnut.
Mrs. John II. Oberly is expected to
arrive in the city by the Illinois Central
train, this afternoon.
Mrs. Dr. Arter and Mrs. A. A. Harrell
and her daughter Milly, will return from
their visit to Villa Ridge, this afternoon, by
the Illinois Central.
The "Baby's Best Friend' is Dr. Bull's
Baby Syrup, since it maintains the baby's
health by keeping it free from Colic, Diar
rhoea, etc. Price 23 cents.
Our mss. read that, at a depth of ono
hundred feet' or more, the Centralia folks
found coal. The playful compositor added
the word "oil," on his own responsibility.
The rumor that yot abroad that Mr.
Pink's house had been burglarized during
Monday night, was a mere fabrication.
Nobody even attempted to burglarize Mr.
Important. Do not let your Druggist
palm orT on you any new cheap remedy for
colds when you inquire for Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup or you will be disappointed.
Price, 23 cent3 a bottle.
Still another case of "taurjess cigars
opened to supply the great demand for this
popular brand. The best 5 cents cisrar
ever produced. A pure Havana filler.
Sold by F. Korsturyer, Sixth near Levee.
AVe arc requested to state that the com
mittees of the ! to 12 club will meet at the
St. Charles to-morrow evening at 8 o'clock
to perfect arrangements tor the Friday
night "Imp." Members of committees are
requested to attend to a man.
While the elder Herbert was in a rear
room of the saloon, about 10 o'clock, Mon
day eight, a stranger who had been Ioating
about the room during the evening, reached
across the counter and gathers! up the
change lying exposed on the shelf. He se
cured a couple of dollars, probably, anl
hastily left the houo. He was not found.
Mr. John L. Frost, lor a long interval
of time foreman of The Bn.r.KTrx news
room, but for several years past one of tlie
publishers of a flourishing and sprightly
morning daily, nam" 1 the Call, in Qmncy
Illinois, is now in the city, visiting, triends
and relatives, who are glad to take l:i:.i by
the hand airdn.
We caught the rumor that n man had
been garroted and robbed near the Catholic
church between one and three o'clock yes
terday morning: but could trace it to no
responsible source. The robbed man could
not lie tound, neither could any body be
found who had seen him. We concluded,
therefore, that the story was an orT-shoo't of
the express messenger affair.
The attack upon the C. ic V.cf'nduetr r
yesterday morning, was a daring outrage,
bravely resented. It is greatly to be re
gretted that he didn't wing ids assailants, so
that our people could see a sample of the
dare-devils who are knocking and chokins;
citizens ' down, and robbing them tn oar
most public thoroughfares.
The Louisa Pomeroy troupe was
greeted by the largest audience, lat night,
tlie company ever culled out in Cairo. It
was a complimentary turnout, and embraced
our best people. Oliver Twi .t was pre
sented in a manner that gave entire satis
faction to everybody. It is not oftm, in
dee 1, that Cairo people arc permitted to
witness the superiors, iu histrionic ability of
either Mrs. Pomeroy or Mr. Leake.
Two individuals were engaged to carry
a lot of coal into Mr.Johu Antrim's coal
house, yesterday; and after working awhile
they espied a lamp, wortli $i t r .!, wlitclj
they concluded to appropriate, mul
did .appropriate. A few hours af
terwards, Sheriff Hodges caught the ras
cals with the lamp in their possession. In
default of $100 bail, each, Squire Robinson
:'ntbothof them to the county jail.
Besides the season invitations to which
we refer elsewhere, the "8 to 12 club" lias
issued season admission tickets, (very neut
specimens of typography, printed at Tub
jh:i.i,ett.v o!!lcc, ot course) each ono of
which is speeitHcally assigned to the riglitful
holder, and is not transferable. Tim club
will encounter no difficulty in obtaining the
presence of the company it desires, while
the system it has adopted wfll rigidly ex
clude company that is not wanted, and that
too, without offence.
-The only city case tried, yesterday, wns
instituted before Squire Osborn by one IHi
ra Moore, wliocoiuphtincd that one Carlos
Brownelli had "abused her Rhameful," and
called Iter names that her maiden modesty
wnnl.l n. tMi..:. 1.... - .
m-i it, rejienc, l (trios
Browuelll being brought into court prayed
a change of venue to Squire Comings, and
CAIRO -BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY' MORNING; ' OCTOBER 22, 1879.
tho change being granted, the trial came on
before tho lust named ofliccr, and resulted
in the imposition of a fine of 3 nud costs
upon the defendant. A receipt in full will bo
earned by Carlos by a ten
days' stay in 'the1 calaboose.
Constable Tom Echols, of Caledonia.
was subjected to a second preliminary ex
aminntion, yesterday, for shooting the negro
White, who being charged with the com
mission of a felony, was trying to make his
escape. Wo did not learn tho result of tho
inquiry; but if the Version of tho affair we
published, was the correct one, tho examin
ation could result in no other way than iu a
.lischnrgc. The negroes in the vicinity of
Caledonia nro considerably excited over the
matter, and for a time talked of summary
vengeance; but better counsels, prevailed,
nud the affair will be adjusted according to
tho law of tho land, and not according
to the demands of nn nngry mob.
The "8 to 12" club has sent out sea
son invitations to its series of dances. The
initial dance will come off in tho St. Charles,
'riday evening. Tho determination ex
pressed to commence dancing at 8 and to
stop at 12, meets very general commenda
tion. Under such restrictions dancing can
never descend to debauchery. Tire partici
pant will have a season for rest and will
not be unfitted for the duties of the follow
ing day. Within the prescribed time no
one can dance himself or herself to exhaus
tion. There will be an abundance of time
for healthy recreation, but not for mi ex
cessive indulgence iu the pastime. Con
templated from any aud every standpoint, the
8 to 12 idea is a sensible one, and will lure
into attendance scores of ladies and gentle
men who but rarely indeed enter a ball
The Illinois Central company has be
come thoroughly infected with the spirit of
the times, and is tearing down, building up,
overhauling, changing and impreving,
wherever necessity seems to suggest the
change. The long frame depot, attached to
that elegant, architecturally fascinating
structure, known as the stone depot, has
been razed to the ground, and mechanics
tire at work extending over the ground thus
cleared the "exchange shed," just above.
This shed, once finished to a junction with
the .stone edifice, tracks will be laid on
either side of it, and room thus provided
for sixteen more cars. The tracks between
the stone structure and the river will be
maintained as formerly. A dozen or more
carpenters are at work on the shed, and will
soon have it ready for use. The change will
greatly facilitate the transfer of freight from
car to car enabling the men to work at
thirty or forty cars at one time, instead of
al xut half that number, as heretofore.
Shortly after officer Schuckers had de
livered up Richard Martin to the Paditcah
authorities, lie received a dispatch from
Marshal Birschitr, asking him to keep a
sharp lookout for James Walters, who had
lit out of that neighborhood with a gray
and a yellow horse. Officers Schuckers
found the horses housed at Thistlewood'.
livery stable, and shortly afterwards came
across Wallers; nitthe language ot thedis
patch being somewhat ambiguous, Schuck
ers felt disinclined to take Walters under
arrest. He managed, however, to keep Mr.
W. in view, and yesterday Mr. Griffin ar
rived frAm raducah, took the yellow Jiore
in charge, and returned home with it. It
appears that the gray horse belonged to
Walters, and that he was paying Mr. Griffin
for the use ot the yellow one. Having re
covered the nniinil, Mr. G. didn't care to
prosecute Mr. W. for what was noth
ing more, peihips, than a breach of confi
Mr. .Iain' s Nott caused the arrest of
colored mati'named Ross, yesterday, for an
!iualt made upon him, (Nott) with nn in-t'-:.t
to commit murder. Mr. Nott test! lied
that Ross accosted him near the Rough ;,iei
Ready engine house, and demanded to know
why lie had thrown water on his (Ross'i
laughter? and then added, "now I am go-
i:ig to kill you fur it," and thereupon he
made an assault with a bludgeon that Mr.
Nott declared to be a deadly weapon. Mr.
Nott got out of tho way, as fast as he
could, and thus, as he says, foiled his , as
sailant's purpose. Mr. Ross, on his part,
declared that the stick he used was not sib !i
as could inflict any serious bodily harm;
and he exhibited a small stick which lie de
clared was the one used on Nott. Nott de
clared that it was not. A probability of the
defendant's guilt being thus established,
the Squire could do nothing less than bind
defendant over in the sum of if 100 tonnswer
the circuit court.
As many as three or four prominent
citizens have, by "drop letter, and verbally,
thanked us for insisting that the hell's
nest below Fifth street, become the object
of all the expurgating and renovating pro
cesses the law provides for our use. To
arrest and fine the lewd women congregated
there, is but little moro than wasted effort.
Few if any of the obnoxious characters
own the houses in which they live, Tho
houses occupied by them, as a general
thing, belong to speculative citizens. ' If
these citizens know nothing of the uses to
which their property is put, it is nbotit time
for somebody to tell them. Once informed,
if they continue- to' lot" the buildings for
such Infamous uses, tficy '.should bo Sub
jected to tho sovtrest penalty tho'luw 1 mrjoses.
Thiv policemen ftr not Ignornnt of thcjnw
or or their tluty nder itTbo piiblfe ex
pects them t'tijfor lie ','"'
The following facts were communica
ted to Tan Bulletin through tho poBtofflce :
Jennio Cohvcll J caught a skiff, Monday
morning, in , tho i river-opposite, widow
Dickey's' farm. ' Tho sk'iff contained ono
trunk, a chopping nxc, a blanket, a coffee
pot, tea pot, stovo pot, a bucket, a lamp,
several other articles not worth mentioning,
The skiff was a good one, with chain, pad
lock and iron row-locks, As soon as tho
skiff was taken in charge, one Richard
Johnson took the trunk out of it, and car
ried it across'the river into Missouri. MA.
Anna Rush, who lives in Missouri, says she
saw Johnson assisted by a man named Sny
der,open the trunk, and take thereform a
largo law-l)ound book, a considerable
quantity of Golden Rule tobacco and other
articles of value ; and further our corres
pondent saith not. Now the question
arises, who owns or owned tho stiff, ami
what has become of him? Did he get
drUnkand tumble overboard, or has he been
knocked in the head, and disposed of in
that manner? The matter is one that
should excite inquiry.
A greasy looking individuaUtopped on
one of the switches that arc in active use, in
the Illinois Central yard, yesterday after
noon, aud, oblivious of the fact that the
make-up engine had started two or three
empty cars down the track, stood deeply
absorbed with the contents of his pocket
waliet. A bystander called to him, and
then yelled at him, but all to no purpose.
lie stood still until the bumper gave him a
punch iu the back and nearly knocked him
over. He then realized that hewasinthe
way of something, and didn't stand very
long on tho order of his going, but "got out
of that" with lopes that would have meas
ured about eleven feet. Like narrow es
capes of both man and beast are of very
frequent occurrence, in that locality. Hogs,
in passing under or crossing ahead of on
movir.g cars, are scraped so often by the
phlanges of the wheels, that they begin to
regard the familiarity as an insult to be re
sented with a whisk of the snout. Next to
the Cairo youngsters who clamber on and
jump off passenger trains that are making
ten miles an hour, these hogs are the most
reckless creature that frequent the railroad
The individual who does not frequent
our freight depots ami railroad yards, has
no just conception of the maguitude ot the
rehandling and rcshipping business transac
ted here. The carrying capacities of all
the roads seem taxed to their utmost. The
interchanging products of the North and
South, meet and pass here in a volume that
would seem almost incredible if brought to
the comprehension of the mind by being
reduced to pounds or tons or bushels. Two
or three switch, make-up or utility engines
are constantly on the, move in the Illinois
Central yards, pulling and pushing, loaded
and empty cars hither i ti 1 thither, creating
a roar, din awl confusion that are utterly
bewildering to those who have not learned
to close their cars to them. Car loads and
an'i fram loads of cabbages, cord oil and
cotton-seed oil, cotton and cattle, timber
and merchandise, grain, hay, hardware,
machinery everything that enters into the
commerce of the Mississippi valley, can be
seen awaiting transit, in quantities vast al
most beyond belief. The spectacle
presented is one that cheers. It is a partial
fulfillment, at least, ot the predictions of
thr(se who. through times that tried the
faith of the most hopeful, insisted that man
would sooner er later conspire with nature,
to render Cairo the great commercial entre
pot and emporium of tho lower Mississippi
How are we to rid the city of the- high
way robbers, the cracksmen, thieves and
deal-beats that are known to infest thee it v f
The "low down" cracksmen who break into
smoke bouses, kitchens and family grocer
ies, and carry off meat and flour ami such
booty, are domiciled with their families in
our midst, ami need excite but little appre
hension; but the villains who seize the citi
zen on the street, choke him into silence or
knock him sonsel" with a sand bag, and
then leisurely rifle, bis pockets of all valu
ables these and the scientific 'cracksmen
who, with saws r.nd files mid skeleton keys
essay entrance into stores and the homes of
well-to-do citizms, are strangers in the lai:H,
who have been schooled to their calling iu
the larger cities. These tire the fellows to
be feared; yet what security from assault
has the citizen whose business takes him
abroad after night-full? The pair of po
licemen in either end of the city, are utter
ly powerless to prevent such outrages. All
of the policemen tire industrious and watch
ful ; but there being only four of them the
expert scoundrel can keep himself informed
of their whereabouts, and so time his opera
tions as to render detection improbable, if
not impossible. For the time being, then,
or until the brood of transient robbers, bur
glars and cut throats can bo run out of the
city, as many ns n half dozen active nnt effi
cient specials should be added to the regu
lar force, with instruction to "go for" the
scoundrels, and spare.not.
Lost A JJhacki.kt Early on Tuesday
morning, on tho Cairo k St. Louis Short
Line train, or while going from the elevator
to Galighcr's mill, thence to 21st street, and
thenco to 28th, on Commercial uvonuo. A
liberal reward will bo paid for its return to
Tiik Bulletin office.
Gko,' O'IIaua has just received a new
invoice of Forbes' Pads, No. 1 is a sure
cure for fever, Janndico, chills etc. No. 2
cures kidney diseases of all kinds. Price
only rnp dollar.
7 ; A BIUfJE OF, PRpTEXTS 'jj r
Tho Curbondalo Freo Press of Saturday,
contains tho following cdltoral paragraph:
"Many of our exchanges reflect severely
upou tho jury which recently acquitted
Hogan of the murder of Arter. Sorno.of
them go so far ns to claim that the jury was
packed; that the plea of insanity should
not have teen considered for a moment;
that Ilogan was as sane ns any man when
ho did tho killing, etc., etc. Whilo we maj
or may uot agree with these conclusions,
wo desire to submit this question to a
thoughtful public: Are the doctors who
furnished the excuse to the jury, whereby
Hogan was acquitted, the proper men to be
at the head of important state institutions?
Dr. Wardner is in charge of the asylum at
Anna. Dr. Robartsis the local trustee and
secretary of the normal university. These
two gentlemen testified that Hogan was,
had been, might, would or should become,
insane. This testimony the jury may have,
or may have not, believed. Be that as it
may, it furnished the pretext for acquittal.
Again we ask, are such doctors the proper
persons to have control of Our public insti
tutions? Let the people ponder over it."
And right here we we will take occasion
to inquire if Judge flarker did not "fly di
rectly in the face" of our best and latest au
thorities, when he instructed the jury, suL
stantially as follows ?
"If the jury believe, from the evidence,
that the defendant was insane at the instant
of the killing, they must acquit him, re
gardless of what might have been his con
dition immediately bt lure or immediately
after the act."
If this be law, it is a most dangerous and
mischievous law, and cannot be too quickly
expunged from our books.
Just received and kept constat.tiy on hand,
Faust's celebrated Diamond Ibai.d, at .V.
Ohio Levee, next to Planters' Houe
Oysters served at all hours, day or night.
TO MY ( I STOJIKIIS IN CAIKD AND KI.SK-
I avail myself of this method to say to my
customers, and the public generally that.
although my steam suasnge factory was
completely destroyed by fire on Saturday
night last, it is not my purpose to surrender
to misfortune and give up business. On
the contrary, I shall commence rebuilding
at once, and expect to so hasten things for
ward as to be in working order, suppling
customers as of old, by the end cf the pres
I sincerely thank my patre.r.s for their
past favors, and hope by an honest effort to
serve them well and satisfactorily, to merit
a continuance of the .-ame.
Noun:. to am. whom it MAYCONrr.ns:
The Cairo Bulletin will pay no hills con
tracted bv any of its employes, or anv one
connected with the Bulletin, unless the
same r made on a written order signed by
myself, and the order must be attached to
the bill when presented, and no contracts
for advertising or job wcrk are valid unless
the same tire endorsed by myself.
E. A. Bit.nktt.
'') TCIls tv FXl'Kf.-s.
This celebrated Creamery Butter for sale
at New York store. By the tub 22 and 22 :
by tlie pound 23eent. Evcrv p uind guar
anteed the lu st, or money refunded.
Small tubs for family use. Best Butter in
the world. ('. (). Patif.h A Co.
The Partnership heretofore existing un
der the name of C. W. Wheeler & Co., is
this dav dissolved !v mutual cons-nt. J.
C. Stires, retiring. C. W. Wheeler alone,
"dug authorized to settle the bu-siness of
the late firm. C. W. Whkklf.h.
Oct. 17th, l7!i. J. C.SrniKs.
Anti-Bki.i.im Pi.ici.--At the barber
shoji of .1. Geo. Steinhouse, Eighth street,
near Alexander County Bank. Customers
will tin. I a clean, cool shop. eay chairs, all
the'hite papers, clean towels, k' cii razors,
accommodating, skilled workmen, and sat
isfactory woik. Prices: Shaving. 10
cints; Hair-cut. 23 cents; Shampooing,
23 cents, (Jive him a call.
SMALL AlA KItTISKMKNT.'
4 I.L ADVKKTlsKViKNTS ;),!. f:5Mi of
1 V. live lilies e;ieh ur len w ill be piibltsl;.;d fnr-.''
rents eerv Insertion; 1 nitmth. l.M; : pviiiih with
out rii-mce, l.ii jier m.'eth. Kacls additional
line, eeni". Sil:iiitinii wanted free.
HOUSE Foil SALE.
Cottn'.'e leix:!'.', sound timbers. e:iv to move.
Want the lot vacated, Eiiiiilro ut Tun Itru.sm
A dwelling, five rnniiis mul kite-pen Twentieth,
street, m ar court house. Kii'iulre at II. .Vkveu's
iik.ixuai:ti;i(s FoituiNKAitt iik:'V loops
IIohs. Arrows. Tariset", hoot i n ir liiove etc.. at
('. W. IIKNIIKKSOS'S. l oinnierelal aw:., e. ei r
Fine steel enuravliiirs, I'nr sale. Cannot be
bniiuht o Dm iiulillHliers for less thim $1M0 each.
Will bu sold slnnlv for f IO.iki each, or the four for
8'IO.im, Ihiqulre at Tiik Hi i.i.ktin bindery.
Ownkiis and purchasers of Ileal K-tnte In Cairo
should be sure they haven gocul title. 1 inn now
prepared to furnish abstracts at reasonable r oes.
OiUcv iiH'ourt llotie.
The Winston farm Iu I'ulaskl countv, on the bank
ol the, Ohio river, and 4 miles from it, 15. station,
bill acres ui acres under teneu. Orehiir.l uf about
l.'incrcs. lln Rtrtimo dwelling of K rooms. Oood
cistern. At a barunln, Applvenrlv.
Jl.,1, IluWLEV. It. E. Agent.
a-.. -n m.M. ruM v S',.AI K u
Is endorsed bv the
prcHsiind public. 'Its iiecnrarv, convenient) "and
chcuiiicns sells It at slitht to every housekeeper. Ily
securing territory, which will be itlvcn free, you Im.
come your own proprietor of a pleasant nud prollt
able business. Write for terms und territory,
OHIO SCALE WOUK. 1CH'tit. Ave, Cincinnati,
ALL SORTS, 8IZES AND STjYLES,
Also Mucufucturer of and Dealer Iu
TIN, COPPER Si SHEET-IRON WARE.
STALL KINDS OP JOU WOUK BONB 10 onoBUJTj
NO. 27, EIGHTH STUEET,
CAIUO, : . ILLINOIS.
CU CGW. Second St.
Forelini i.nd Domestic dried and canted Trulls and
Vegetable. Canned, drledaud suit Fish. Pick
les, Sauces, Oils aud Cocdiments. Soup
tu9, BakSci Powccri, Rroand aud
whole Spices Telle: and Laundry
Soaps. Seed-, Je',;;, s, Preserve
Fancy Groceries ai d Oro
Stock unparalleled in the West.
SEND FOR Ot II "GROCERS' MANUEL.
Corner Vah!nirios Avenue a:.d E'ikH Street.
CAIRO, : : : : ILLINOIS
A fall acd tospltt rijf'.y cf the best of all
Kinds mta'. a.vtu.w ol
"sVPEH!oi: NUTKtTIoN THE LIFE." .
The Great Medicinal Food.
he SaUnv r F rlnvslS'.s and the Ae d An In
comparable Ailment fortietirowtu and Protec
tion of Ir.fsi.ts and Children. A ::r"r:or
Nutritive In CiejttMied Fevi-rs. aH a
Reliable Remedial Al"M in a'i le-.'tvs of the
f'.omaeh ard Ivt.'.'i;.....
THIS Jii't'y celebrate'" Pirrrrte Pr.Er-AiuTt'm Is.
A la coiiitMisitlon, principally th- iiLt Te derived
from the Wii:tb WiriTKK Flint Wbat Uehiau a
did extract, tr.i- lrv.-!:ttn ef an etr.itvut C tiemist,
It ins not only been h!i:bi.v recommended. l.-:t cer
tided to by a !ar;e number of I'lietni"' and Pdvul
ciun reprrw-ntirir a very hiiih d'-cree of medical
s-i'-rice tlie i(t. Me! A' cpuVe ar.d Rilelf
ble Food Tor the I. row th aud Protection f Infant
and children, and for Mothers latkita SuffiUcn
Nourishment fur their offspring,
Unlike those prepuruMiiim nude from snlrcal or
villous matter. w!ah up- IuK.' to Ktimulaw the
braln..a:al irritate the diue-ttv erg-its. it ttubracna
iu it eleiaei.tary cn:a osl::ei: -
That h'.eh m-ik'-. str..:.jr li.a.e and M'iscle. That
which ninkes L'ood F'.ehf.::d Blond. Tl.H whicli'1
easrof l)t?"inu-uet,'reust.phtic', That wlkh is
kind and friendly to the Itrrn. niid ti.at hicii a'-Naa
apreventt'.e e.f 'those lut'-s'lnal Disorders Inciden
And, while It would b-?d'.!Pra!t toconcelveef any
thine, in Food or I"-ert mof creamy and delicious,
or more nourish!':; ar.il streLL-thyair-n as au ali
ment In Fevers. Piilriu.rr.ry ( otiij-lalnt. Dyspepsia
and General D. Mlity. lis RA!.j5 Mk'jii-iai. KxcrL
1.RSC.K In all Intt;xai Disea.ks. epedjiiy in
P) ente rv, Chronic PUrrlio-.i an l ('holer infan
tum.. Ha' bf..-a Icc.'Utrst4'!j Pti vc-n.
Sold Wholesale ar.d
DI1 L'ti i.IT AND I
PRINCIPAL CITIES (,f the UNITED STATES.
JOHN CARLE & soNv NEW YORK,
poundry. machine shop and
1 steam Forge.
Vi'lcax Ikon- Works
93 OHIO LF.VEK. CAIRO. ILLS.
John T. Rennie,
nAVIS'O established his works at the above men
tiiiTn.a ,,!-.. i. i, ...... ......... ....i
, iui. p...ie,i lunu ev.:r lor
maiiufacturlntfSle.im Etisjtnca aud Mill Machinery.
Il ivinn a S'.i am Hammer and ample Tools, tho
manufacture of all kinds of Machinery, Railroad,
Steamboat and llrldae Foritnus made a apeclalty.
Km.eeiul uVtent inr tr'i en tt n,tiui,.i,r It , wt,i.iU '.n.1
Hrus Custlms erull kinds made to ordei
PipeFttluu In all its braaehua.
V Good Plan!
Anybody caa learn to make me'nev rapidly operat
Inn In Stock., by the "Two Unerring Rules for Suc
cess. ' In Messrs. Lawrence Co, new circular.
The combination method, which this firm has made
so successful, enables people with large or small
mean to reap all the benefits ot largest capital and
best skill. Thousands of orders. In various sums,
are pooled Into one vast nmodnt and eo operated as
ft niluhty whole, thus securlna to each shareholder
all the udvautniies of tho largest operator. Im
mense profit are divided monthly. Any amount,
from $to to J.'i.ono.or more, can be used successfully.
N.Y. Ilaptlst Weekly. September Srt. 1SX says:
"Hy the combination svstem girt would make ?7fi,
or B percent. ; fjopays Ji.rni, or 7 per cent.! $HH
makes ,l.,om), or 10 per cent, on the stoek. during
the month, nccordluu to tlie market." Frank Ita
lic' Illustrated Newspaper, June ): "Tho com
bination method of operating storks Is the most
successful ever adopted," New York Independent,
Seotetnber 1'J: "'T he cnniMtintton avufem U Iniiiid
ed upon correct business prlncliiles.'atid no person
neeu no wnnoui an income walle It Is kept woinina
by Messrs, Lawrenra A V.a.'' Ilroklvu .leiinial.
April if): "Our editor limdu a net profit of tidbits
from f-Jrtln one of Messrs. Lawrence J& Co. acorn
blnatfolis." New eirculiir (mnlieil free) einlains
everylhlliK, Stocks uud bomla wanted. Oovern
meiit bunds supplied. Lawrence A C'tt., F.ankrri
5T liKUiiugo Plate, k0W York. .