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31 E A. Ii T 1-1 ,
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REVIEW," AN II.IUsTltATED JOUR
NAL. WHICH IS PUBLISHED
FOR FREE DISTRIBUTION.
IT TREATS npon HEALTH, HYGIENE, and
)'hy bl Culture, unit is a complete cncyclope.
(I. of information fur invalid and those who niffet
from St rvou, KxliHHHiiii ami Painful Difcasc.
Every subject that hear tinon health ami human
l.tippik's. receive atli'iilinii in ll pag,: ami the
many question asked by tiflcrliig ill vul!lr. who
havcdlsparrd (if cure, art answered, and valuable
information iHvihi uti-t-red to ail who arc In need ol
The subject uf Kli i trie licit versus Medicine, and
he hundred and one ejncstlon ol vital Importance
to suffering hmnatiitv, aicduly considered and ex
YOU NO MKN
Aril nth. t who suffer from Nervo;i aiid physical
lii hility. of Manly Vigor. Premature Exhaus
tion and tin: many gloomy roneon in . of early
it .discretion, etc.. uri- especially benefited hy ton
s ilting its contents.
The "ELECTRIC HKViKW expon i,e unmltl
gated frauds practiced hy iiusik ami medical im
postor who pMfti.ii to "irartici' tni 'lii Inc.'" hl.il
I'd IM out llu' only sate, SHipie. ami effective road
to Health. Vigor aiid Bodily Energy.
Send your adiirss on postal card "for u ropy, tnd
ir formation worth thousand will be . i.t yon.
A'luress, tlii- ji.ih!ilii;r,
iTIAEEMACJIER GALVANIC CO.,
''nr. Eighth A Vim- Mri t is, ('ini innati. o.
Vi fc'-..ci!s to find Mnd "lamp for pa.'kage
Hit. K c. AlilltV. II. Pa! '. N Y.
Cough. Bronchitis antl rdiiMmijitinii.
Whet a WVi'rkLowii Iirnjrot u h'n.j;
AI.I.KN S I.I .Nd KAI.M.
M OT II K l S. R K A 1) !
''AM.AVIi STATICS. KT
'isr: rii:s -'i'Le (ii inaml for ALLEN'S I.I NG
HAI.SAM ! imrta-iny n.n-lantly. The !adie
ttitk :h:e i co mtdii ine erriai to it fur i roup
ki.d Wbuopiiie Co'.RD . S, Maktsn. Drutvikt.
soLfJ BY AM. AIEfUi INK IiEALKliv
Vie Mian ( tued. ot Merely Keliectl
And Can I'ri.ic Wt: m Ciairr
rrTln re hre 1.0
Dr. and to iiiap'e:r.t
if?.ti It vo
are tn.i.b.ed witn M K 1 1 K A 1 -
AlHK you i nr. l- -M.y and i'ii(k.y ri.rd, ac
huiidreu" hinc he. n air'ady. We M.aii In pi. c .-d
fn n.a;i a 'I.'" of t.-tlmiu'a to any n.ti n x.
('alters Little Liver I'ills
A'.o i lite all forn.A of t:1i.m-o'. pri v. i.t i one: 1
i-atuiri arid lletii.ta. r-uin(.:' l'!i.'e!Kin. reil..'
o iiren. from too hi arty eattu.'. correct u .,,n. r ,
nf the St,
tnmarh. stimulate the L:er. and liefula'.e
'he Itowelii They do a 1 : h if hy tak.ni? ji:-t one
little P'.ll at a dime. Tin y are purely veirelahh-. do
nit tripe or port'i'. ana are n nearly p. rift a
it l popiblr for a pill to he Trier & it-f.f. ' f'.r
It. sold by driie-i"'- eMTvwh'Te or o n' hv mail
CAHTUll MEI'l' INK en . KKlh. I A
JT. LOUIS. CAIRO AND PADICAH.
The E'.isabtS.dt wheel l'-n If r Sieamr
Leaves fa-.m eery M.'n'lny ar.i: Th.;rs'.Uy fur
ape (.irardeau. St. l otio.. am!" way latdinc .
freijfht or pa-sau'e apply to SC'I, A sILVEH,
WHOLESALE WINF.S AM) LKToLs,
SMYTII it CO.,
Whokfalc and Ketail Dciiersin
Foreiirn and IHmiestic Liquor
Wines oi' all Kinds.
NO. HO OHIO LEVEE.
KSSI(S. SMYTH A I'D . have constantly 'a
large stock of the best good in the market, and
cite especial attention to the wlwmsale nraucu or
Otl). WILLIAMSON cfe CO.
70 Ohio Lcvco,
Boat Stores and (Jro'ceries,
Of all kind.
Of KN NIGHT ANU DAY.
Frcth Dairy andflllt Edge Buitcr. ()yiira and all
kind of fruit when In eaoii, on hand and dellv
"red prumpUj at realdeacoi freo. Oyrur delivered
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
CouiBion wealth St. Loui
Champion St. Loulu
J.H. Blgley .. .St. Loui
11a kory Ohio rivi'r
Ike Hammitt Miildleporl
.lame Howard New Orleans
John A. Wood.. New Orlfani
J. rk. Jr Paducah
Ja. Fisk.dr I'ailnckh
Bedford St. I.omii
Hickory St. Loui
Ike Ilnminitt ft. Louis
.1. H. Biglcy st Lyul
James Howard St. Loui
J. B. M. Kehlor st. I.onii
John A. Wood Pittsburg
Coiamotiwi al'li.. New Orb-en
Tlii' IIclli: Mcmjiltis will
this I'vcnint; I'ur Mcmilii.
The J. II. R!!ey with ;i monster tow
of MHijitios p.i.-il up to T'ittsljiiry.
--Voif T, ;!; feet l(l iiu-hes uIkjvp low wa
ter m-irk. .i riH' of two ffct in 04 inurs.
t'apf. Hi David ha quit steamboating
anl fionu hdiiic to Ash!unl. ,Ky., t rct.
The ;o!il DiiM ruiiie nut at .1 p. m. and
at the time we left the leve; he wa
jt i 1 1 t;ikin' fn iL'it.
('apt. IiecMt Dublin ha- L'one to Louis
ville, to to look after the Alice. It i feared
(he will be a t'ltai !o-..
- The gay Annie I'. Silver will W here
to-day, en route to New Orleans. Her
m lies nre h.r'e and nicely farnishe1, and
le in a r.ite ioat to tracl on.
J&i-. Howurd pafced up to St. Louis
durir.j; the niirht. She had a nice upttreain
trip. Mm. I'epp' r, wife of the captain,
went to St. Louis by rail from here.
Capt. Juo. ( ranc, matter o! the steamer
Leiie McmpJiis, was presented with a
si.nr tea service at his residence. Xo.
oiOS Hell i-treet. St. IouiH. It was the work
of the officers of the boat, who are creatly
attached to their clever commander.
A liL'LLETIN HEADER AGAIN.
CaIKo, April Ofith, 1 "SO.
If I did you injustice yesterday, it was
unintentional, and I beg your pardon.
Were is the reason I I ad. ande from Uie
mineral spiirit of your article, for f-ayin
you had editorialiy put Tkf. Bvli.eti.n
upon the platform of those who do not be
lieve man to be anything but a body. I
quote from your critir ism of Wtndiin:
"He 'ays further that 'ail that can be
proven is that the brain is the "rjan
through which the mind w. ts.' It
aeem to u. that nil that has
ben rr.ovts is. that the train acts
and nothing m:re." This might mean
that you consider it proven that nothing
more acts but the bra n. I think, however,
you meant that nothing lias been proven
except the action of the brain, pur by you
in sharp contrast with the mind. I certain
ly understood this a a statement of your
estimate of the whole state of the question
as opjM-rd t'i a statement having the same
genera! reference, ijuo'cd by yoj from
.ni;:nL'. It votl Lad lounii no rir.fif of
, . , '
anything active in mental operations, except
th- brain, I thought you rouM certainly be
classed w.'i; tho'c who did not t lievo in
an tlnr.g mure, for sureir you hul l, as I do,
fiiat we ought i.t to tielleve things without
pro-!. I did nut isihm to n:t you in a
fabe position. I n w understand that this
statement, whit h seemed so genera! in it
self are) especially in the connection, where
it ore urreil, was only meant to apply to the
iei'ture of Wemlliritr. I. of course, at ccjit
your explanation that you meant Wmnii
i ivo had ii"t proven anything In man as a
thinker but a brain. I still think your re
view would have len mure satisfactory it
you ha., indicated Lis argument on that
point, and miows how it breaks down,
A Kr.M'i -r ok The Bi;u,r.Ti.N.
THE FREKDMAVK RELIEF ASSoCT
Tt , . i t . , i
i lie i.aii'0 t.raiu ii oi '.no hansas
Freednian's Relief Association, having been
recently organi.", by tin- Rev. W.
Lynch, of Topeka, Kansas, held its first ses
sion at the resilience of Mr. W. E McEwin.
The meeting was called to order by the
president and the following officers were
elected: John Vnnvaxter, president; E.
Green, vice-president;.!. B. Neale, secreta
ry; Henry Mosely, treasurer; M. Gladden,
general superintendent. The following
were appointed as the executive committee:
W. E. McEwin, W. Thomas, Rev. Rol.crt
Caldwell. Thomas Clark, John Vanvaxter
The Rev. W. O. Lynch read an interesting
letter bearing on the subject of colored em.
ignition, ndvising tho colored emigrants to
go to Illinois, Iowa and other northern
states. A few remarks were made by Mr.
Gladden, stating his gratification at the suc
"hs of the association, and of tho
difficulties under which ho had labored in
the past in settling colored families in tho
After which tho following resolutions
was read and adopted :
WiiEititAN, a large number of coined peo
ple have und are still coming from the
southern states decking homes, where they
may exereiso their religious, political nnd
social rights. Tnerefore, bu it resolved tho
auxiliary branch of tho Freodman's Relief
association of Cairo, 111., will do all in their
power to assist these suffering and oppress
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
LIST OK I.ETTKKS 1IKUA1XIMI t.'.NI ALM1
COH IN THK I'tltSTomcK AT CAIKO, 11,1.,,
HAY iJUTH, 18H0.
Adams', Mary; Hell, llulda; Hiailslmw,
Fanny; Hyrd, Amey, Carney, Josephine;
Dowd, Fannie; Eltiotr.JIrtfT. ;(!reen, Susie ;
(iilbcrt, Mi'h. Clias.: (lilden, Lizie ; Hutch
inson, Mary; Hodges, Vilyte; Hollar, Mary;
Hughes, Maggie; Hiwelyr, Ciiristina; Hud
son, Mattic; Knox, l'ollie; Luis, Laura
Mart, Lucinda; Mathews, Clara; Martin,
Augusta; Mathews, IUehel; Martey, Aman
da; McClure, Mrs. II. N.j (Jrell, Mary Jane;
I'reston, Eliza; Preston, Cora; Hobinson,
Kate; liaise, He-lie ; Ludonett, Emeline;
StKtlewortli, Mary;Sehinidtt, Hertba; Train
er, Mary; Thompson, Jennie; Thompson,
Arnold, H.; Hinder, W.j Black, Stewart;
Hrimt, Lacy; Hell, J. P.; Blanks, John;
Buckley, Humphry; Behind, Francis;
Brown, Ambush; Baker, Peter; Cooper,
Sam: Courtney, V. II.; Carney, Sam'l.
Childs, L. V; Coan, L.; Davis, Jas. H.;
Dolan, Joseph; Ent, F. Vf. Kichell)erger;
Elett; 'A. J.; Fields, Win.; Fraigher,
John; Fnek, Joseph; Frars, John; Frost,
A, M.; (iardner, T. T.; (Jreany, Patrick;
fiaddy, Itichd; Higgins, M. C; Hooks,
John; Hopkins, Henry; Hclwig, C. D.;
Jones, Lew; Kelly, G. C; Kennedy, J.;
Kelly, J. C: Lyons. Mich'l; Kettle, J.;
Mack. E.; Moore, W.D.; Merien, T. C;
Martin.;rhos.; Mann, J. C; Miller. J. Q.;
Matson, Harry; Mabery, G. L.; McCallen,
F. W.; Melburn, Alex.; Payne, T. H.;
Robertson, It. L.; Bagsdalc, Jno. T.: Rock
land, J. A.; Rivers, Allen; Smith, Rob't;
Smith, Joseph; Shy, Henry; Stark, Adam;
Sams, Arthur: Teckel, F.; Thompson,
Charley; Tilor, Dave; Whiteside. "Willis;
Wright, Merritt: Wilson, Henry; Ward.E.
D.: Whittaker, C. B.: Wood, 0. II.
Per.ons calling for any of the above
name 1 letters will please say advertised.
G. W. McKk-aio. P. M.
We have received the following new and
popular sheet music from R. A. Saalfield,
MS Broadway, New York:
"Hush my Darlings do not weep," word
by John Keyton, music by G. Operti, price
40 cents. This is the song that was written
especially for the benefit of the Irish suf
ferers, the proceeds of the same, being given
to the New York Herald Famine Fund. A
beau ful solo and chorus. The best scllin?
song published in years.
"Don't blame me for I didn't do it.'
Comic song and chorus by Chas. II. Dun
can, price 40 cents. By far the best comic
song we have seen for a long time. Too
funny lor anything. Get it and find your
self laughing in spite of yourself.
'The poor orphan boy.'1 Motto song by
Chas. H. Duncan, price 40 cents. Good
words wedded to a beautilul melody are
sure to make this snug popular.
"Somebody's Grandpa.'' Song and cliO'
rus by C. F. Wood, price 40 cents.
charming little song which will appeal to
the hearts of all w ho hear it.
"Iheysaylm uoUidv's darling." Song
and clioru-- by Henry Tucker, price 40
cents, a sweet conuetiisii little song
which ha.- already become very popular
One of the most beautiful melodies we
Rai i.uet Walt, by F. II. Baker, price 40
cents. The most populur piece of music
published in vears. Immensely taking
FACTS FOR INSURERS.
Fir-t. The Equitable Life Assurance
Niciety of the United State? has paid dur
the twenty years ol its existence f ljl,SSi,7:iG
to its policyholders ami their heirs; and
when it closed its books, January 1st 1SS0,
it had not a past due or contested claim
upon them : a record it challenges any of its
competitors to show.
Second. The real estate investment of
the Equitable pays a better rate of interest
than that owned by any other company.
Third. The Equitable has more cash in
proportion to her assets than any other
Fourth. Its average annual new busi
ness has for the past nineyeare, been larger
than any other life company.
Fifth. By her prudent management, her
excess of income over expenditures is
greater than that ot any similar institu
tion. Sixth. Hy her careful selection of risks,
her ratio of death losses is lower than that
experienced by any of thu leading com
panies. Seventh, And always to be remember
ed when contemplating insurance,the Equit
alilcVpolicics contain no arduous nor tech
nical clauses, and is clearly and concisely
expressed and every policy indisputable by
the terms of the contract, three years from
the datw of issue.
For information in regard to the various
other strong points and attractive features
of the Equitable, among the most promi
nent its "Tontine) system of insurance,"
apply to H. II. Knowles, special agent and
E, A. Burnett, local agent. Cairo.
FOR LADIES ONLY.
The following letter wo publish for the
benefit of the lady-renders ot The Bulletin,
who have, husbands that require them to
show their correspondence before allowing
it to go on Us way through tho mails:
1 cimuot bo anllsfled, my dearct friend,
bleat it I lira, In 'tie. matrimonial atnte,
nnlesa I pour Inti your friendly bosoin,
which U-' ii V'"' uoti la unison with initio,
iuo Virion deep aenratloiiH, which well
with Ilia llvelient iiiiolluiia of plenum1,
my klmont bursting heart. I loll yon my ilear
hunhaml la oim of thu moitt arolalile of inert.
hare hccii married mcvcii wenka, and
nave never round Iho least reanoii to
repent thu day that Joined ua; my husband Is
In peron aud maunera, far from reKflinlillnu
an n;jly, dlinijtieealile, and lealim moncter
who. think by conndln to aecuru
"oe, it i n in iniixlm to treut a a
hocom friend and eoiillilant, and not a a
plaything or mental ilave, thu woniun
choi-en to bo hit com pun Ion. Neither ptirtv.
1m ay. oii-hl ' to obey Implicitly;
but each fbotild yield to the. other by turn.
An ancient maiden auut, near aeventy,
a cuefrliil, venerable and pleaaaut old lady,
Uvea In the houmi with un-nhc 1 the do
liht of the young and thu nid-ulm ia ci
vil ' "1! in tho uulghhorhooil around,
gentroua and charitahlo to the poor
I know my husband lore nothing more
than he doc me; he flatter me more
than the "Ian, nml hi Intoxication
(for no I ninat call thn cschk of bin love)
often make mc bltiKh for tho inworthlneas
of it object, and wish I couid he deserving
"I the man whime. name I bear, To
y all In one word my dear-and to
rown the whole, my former ualuul lover
i no my indul'ekt huahanil, my luiidneaa
i returned, and I inlu'ht havu married
a prince, without the felicity I find wiTh
hlrn. Adieu: may you be blent in I am un
able to wish that I could be made more
The key to the above letter is to read the
rst. and then every alternate line
The Physical Pakaixix. It has been
said that "the blood is the source ot life.
It in as truly the source of disease and
death. No life, that is to say, no healthy
tissue can be generated from impure blood,
no organ of the body can normally perform
its junctions wuen supplied with impure
blood. The fluid that should carry life and
health to every part, carries only weakness
and disease. Blood is the source of life,
only when it is pure. If it has become dis
eased, it must be cleansed by proner medi
cation, else every pulsation of the human
heart sends a wave of disease through the
6ystem. To cleanse the blood of all im
purities, use Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery and Pleasant Purgative Pellets,
the most effectual alterative, tonic, and
cathartic remedies yet discovered. They
ARE ESPECIALLY EFFICIENT I.N SX'ItOI-T J.OUS
Fever and ague may be thoroughly
cured by the use of 'Ci.Ncno-QiixisE,'' a
new preparation from Peruvian bark. The
dose is the same as Sulphate Quinine, aud
its febrifuge, tonic, and anti-periodic effect
is more pronounced. Withal it is cheaper,
being sold by druggists at $1.50 per ounce,
or sent, postage paid, for same price, by
Billings. Clapp & Co., Manufacturing
Chemists, Boston, Mass.
of the condition of the
CITY NATIONAL IUNK.
At Cairo, State ok Illinois,
At the close of business, April 0:i, 1S80.
l.KSOl IW K
Loan and discor.nt I'Ji'S.MiS til
Overdraft jjj yj-
U. S Kond to secure
circulation lWiAn an
U.S. Bond on hand ;.!kj oo
Other nocke. bonds, ar.d
mortages ,!,; w
Due from approved re
serve agent HO.MT Tfl
Due from other Na'ional
Hanks ft.Mfl :,
Due from 'ate banks
aud tiaiiscrs S).'Ad .Vi sl.X &
Heal estate, furniture
and fixtnre ,11. -.HO t9
Current eTpenes and
tuxes paid :;.(;;io 1,1
Pr. iniuins paid ou U. S.
bonds i.ks;i ;)
( h.-cks lit.d other items i.afc; v;
Hills of other hunk .'i.ls,' cm
Fractional currency in-
cMiugnickeis tii oo
Specie. (Silven d.n'15 (15
Legal tender notes $;f..
(mo. gold :'..cio. JMK) no s;.()os
Hedcii.pliiiu fund with
I', s treasurer i.'i per
cent of circulation i.yni o
Due from U. S. treusu.
rer. other than .' per
cent, redemption fund '.eo mi
Total, ;m p;
Capital stock paid in $;iHikki 00
Surplus fund ivum el
Undivided profit Ti,"ll s'T ''" ."11 ST
National bnuk notes out
stanilicg 'tVCQa in
Individual deposit sub
ject to check oCW.H.'.O M
Demand certificate of
depnit l-'ftl cs I
Due to other national ,
bank i.Kii M
Due to state bauks and
bankers JI.W.Ml "A.iM vli
fTATK OF It.MNols,
conkiy ol Alexander.
I. Tho". V. Iliilllday, cashier of the above named
bank, do solemnly swear that the above tat. iiicut
is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
Tiio. W. Ilulliday, Cashier
Subscribed and sworn tn hefore me this liTth dav
of April. 1-s'i. .Ias. W. SiEWAiiT. Notary Public. '
I orrect Attest:
( 1. W illiamson, j
U. II. Ciinninoiian -Directors.
11 II Camif.k. I
THE CELUnitATKn (II.YCEHINE LOTION
-1 eive imnie dOitn seller, ulul a l-iiihrul rus.. fur
Hlieuiiiatlstn, Nctmilgla, Malaria.
Dlflitlterla, Pneumonia, Sum Throat,
InllHniniiiJlon of the Lung, Etc,,
l.nme. Back. Inflammatlun of the Kldneva. Back
ache, Pile, Bunions, or Soreness of the feet from
whatever eae, Hum or Scald, and all Inflamma
tory Disease. "Sapatiulo" will save life. Do not
neglect to liny a bottle.
Our Illuminated circular annt fn on annllpatinn
Wo guarantee atlsfactlon or mnner rarundeit.
Prlco, We. and 1 per bottle.
HANttRt flxnrtt A Compaht.
Ploprietor. iH7 Ilroadway, New Ytrk
Ttadt lupplled by llorrlion, Plcnimer A Co.
MAY 1, 1880.
81.00 Per Set of Three Sizes.
Thin pen will make a beautiful nhniled stroke
I rum hair line to oneiiuarlnr of an Inch in width,
never blot, and is acknowledi d hy all whuhavu
iieil it to b ahend of any I'en in tho market lor
plain and fancy l. tteiiiis of all kind. It. make
tlie finest kind of l.eil-er Hcadiu, and I i-peclnlly
ailuptcd for nice work of any kind. Send for circu
lar and sample writing, in ,f, W, sTi ) KH.s a Trl-bum-
''.milling. Chicago. Ilia
NO PATENT, iNO PAY.
P A T I! N T S
obtained for mechanical devices, medical or other
coin pon n-in, ornanienlul design.', trade murk and
label. Caveats, Aigmnrm, Interference, In
fringements, nnd all n attern relating to Patents,
promptly intended to. make preliminaiy ex
amination and furnish opinions an to pitteiitahill
ty, free of chargn. und ail who are interested in new
Invention and Patent are Invited to send for a
copy of our "(oiiiln for ohtnini.-g patent." which
i ent free to any adddress. and contains complcto
instruction how to obtain I'atenl and other valu
able matter. During the pas' live year we have
obtained nearly three thousand Patents tor Ameri
can and Foreign inventor, andean give aatiatactory
reference Inuimost every county In the I nlon
Addre: LOUIS BAUUEK& CO., Solicitor of
Patent and Attorney at Law, Le Droit P.ullding
Washington, D. C.
LIVKIt 'COM PLAINTS,
DK It. H. CLAIiK. South Hero. Vt.. says: "In
case of Kidney I rouhlc it ha acted like a charm.
It ha cured nmry very bad case of Piles, and
has never failed to act efficiently.
NELSON FAinc'HILD, of St. Albans. Vt. .say:
"It I or priceless value. After sixteen years of
great suffering from Pile aud Costivencss it com
pletely cured me."
C. Si. HOfiAHON. of Berkshire, av. "one pack
age ha done wonders for me in completely curing
k severe Liver aud Kidney Complaint."
it has wiiv)
BECAUSE IT ACTS ON THE LIVER. THK
DOWELS AND KIDNEYS AT THE SAME TIME.
Because It cleanses the system of the poisonous
hnmor that develope in" Kidney and Urinary
diseases. Bilonsness. Jatikdice, Constipation. Pile
or in Kheuniatism, Netiraiglaand Female disorder.
KIDNEY-WORT I a dry vegetable coiupound
kndcan be sent by mail prepaid. f
OneTackage will make six unarts of Medicine.
TRY IT NOW!
Day it at the Druggists. Price. $1 oil.
WELLS. KICHAKDSON & CO.. Proprietor,
Burlington, Vt, ;)
WAKNEK S SAFE PILLS are an Inimedluti
-tlmulu lor a I orpul l.iver, and cure Costivencss
liyspetisia. Hlliousiiess. Bilious Diurrlnea. Mala
ria. Fever and Ague, uml are useful at time it.
nearly ail Disease- to cim .e a free and regular ae
lion of tho Bowels The best antidote for all Mu
. uri ill Poisons. Price. JV a box .
W.'.KNKH'S SAKE NERVINE milcklv clvej
usi ami sleep lotlie sUllerilig. cures lleniliii he anil
Aetiruluia. prevents hpileptic. Fits, and Is th.
nest remedy for Nervous Pro-trillion hrnii.'br on
hy excessive drinking, over work, mental slim -k-
ind other causes. It relieves the Puins of al
Ulseiises. and is never Itiiiiroii to the svstein
The best ol'ull Nerfincs
Pottles ol two sl.es
Prices, .Vic and I.(Hi.
Warner's S a f'
RoiiHMltcs are sold
by Druggets at nd
Dealers in 31edi
II. II. WAHSER&CO
Km II KsTEIi. N. Y
i-tr-Send c,r Pumphli",
i t:l Testimonial. :i
TOLl". ROCK AND RYE.
A Nc'W CompoUlltl. Sclentilkallv
prepared of Itabiini Tolll, Crv-tallzeil R"ek
Candy. Old Rje Whlskv und oilier Tonic. The
Formula I know n to our host physician. I highly
commended by tin m, and the Aniilyslsofoiie of our
most prominent chemist. Prof (.', A. Mariner, of
Chlcugn, is ou the label of every bottle. t I a well
known fact to the medical profession that Tol.l",
HOCK and It YE will ulloril the greatest relief lor
Coughs, Colds. Iiillucn,a. Bronchitis, Sore Throat,
Weak Lung, also Consumption, in Hi,. Incipieut
und udvauccd stages of llmt disease.
It can be used as a Beverage and for an Appeti
zer, making an ell'ective tonic lor 1'uinlly use. Trv
it, you will find it pleasant lo take, of u'i'eal service,
If weak or debilitated, as It. give strength, Tone
anu Activity totiie wtioie nuniaii I runic.
Hty-Put up in (oiart Ue llottles for Family use.
LAWR E nTiHTm A I ITI N,
Sole Agent fcr the United State and Canadu.
Also Importer of Fine Wlue. LliiuorHUd I'lgar.
Ill Madison Street. Chicago,
Sold by Druggist und Dealer everywhere.
On 30 Bays Trial.
Wo will end our Ei.xeTno-Vm.TAie Belt and other
Electric Appliance npon trial for :) dav to lho
tillering from Nervou Debility, Rheumatism, pnr
lyl or any disease of the Liver or Kldtiuy. and
many other dlaeaso. A itiro cure guaranteed or no
pay. AddroM Voltaic Belt C Mashall. Mich.
T A -PIT! WOT?. AT
i nkalliablY CURED with too poons of und-1
Iclne In twq or three honm. For imrtlrnlara, ad
droit will) sump, H. JtifKUoK-N, tio. 4 bt
EMPLOYMENT '"?ALl rrrTli',5
At... mi ,nv K'ata which preferred
adv.nl SA lvB. Etr.,n"h' A'! EXPENSES
Co. m (leorge St. Cincinnati, (V
" i i i -
& f 9 ol"P',T f'ee to Agent, and all ciDcnscl
ltltO paid. Ail.lres II. II. bhaw, AllrVdMe.
--' 'inur.n iiritm in i .aiH hi i u
S777 iV , KA Ii.'!n.'1 W"":' Knta. Outdt fre
- Aunres. r. u. M hEII I , Angu.ta. Main..
PAMPHLET '"r ""'U1"" iiipte.,io
HOPE FOR THE DEAF
0.it.Moiti;"s AiiTiKfciAi, Ear Dp.nis
PEItEECTLY HESTOKE Tn E HEARIXCi ANt
pertorm the work of the Natural Drum. Alwavg ii
pOKltinn. HUT INVISIBLK TO OTHERS. All
conver-atlon and even whisper heard distinctly,
" ren r 10 tnose using theni. Fend for dnarrlptlva
circular. iA 1,'MfiliK HA II mil M i n eil it
It conleni am contributed hv the mot mlni.ii
w riter and aitit or Kuropo und America, while
the long e.-rertenco of its publisher ha made
theni thoroughly conversant with the desire of tho
public, which lliey will pare nu fttort to gratify,
SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES OF DIAGO
NALS. WORSTEDS. ENGLISH TWEEDS AND
CASSIMERES MADE TO ORDER IN THE MOST
SAMPLES AND RULES FOR
SELF MEASURE.MEMT SENT FREE.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX TIIK CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth trcet and I
c. o. PATIJEK & CO.
MUTUAL All) SOCIETY.
EKA! EUREKA !
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
ANCE COMPANIES. "
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY;
Organized July l-tth, 1 77, Under the
Laws of the State of Illinois.
Copprighted July !), 177, undi r
Act of Congress.
WILLIAM STRATTdN, P(:kii,bst.
Mils, A. p. TAYLOR, - Vii'L-PittsiDMT.
J.A. tioLDSTINE, Tukasi rkr.
Dit..l..I. (iORDON, - - Mm. Abvisir.
THOMAS I.EWIs, - - . Skckktaht.
ROABI) OF MANAU-:rs
.1. .1. (iORDON, Physician Cairo, III.
Mr. A. P. TAYLOR, Superintendent of
J. A OOLDST1N K, ol Oolds'tiue 'i'lios'
enw liter, w holesalo and Jtetall Dealer
lu Staple aud Fancy Dry Oooils
N. B. THIS TLKWOOD. of Hlnkie jt
I hlstlewoml, Connnlssloil Merchant,
Cotton and Tobacco Factor
S. D. AYltES, ofAyre A Co., Coniml. ,
sum .Merchant ,-. ..
THOMAS LEWIS, Insttruuc Mauiiijer
and Attorney at Law ts
WM. STRAT'I'ON of Stratum i; Bird
hole-ale Grocer ,
GEO. M. AI.DEN, Commission .Mer
chant, 73 Ohio l evee o
JAS. S. HEARKEN. Agent Mllsmpi
alley Transportation Company ......... "
CHAS. H. s.I'I'aRT, Wholesale aud Re- "
I tall Dry Goods and Notion
EDWARD A. HI'DSR, .Mannfiicturliig
ITJ.IcwIer and Wholesnle dealer In Watch-
mukers Tool and Material... "
CHARLES LANCASTER, Lancaster A
Rice, Lumber Dealer ' "
C O. PATIKR, C. O. Patler A Co,
Wholesule and Hetall Merchant "
Rkv. B.Y. GEORGE, 1'aator Prebyterlan
J. C. WHITE, Inaiiranre Agent " "
II, V. Mi KEAKJ, Postmaster "
S. P. VHEKLER, Attorney and Counsel
or at l.iiw.,,M , it is
Mu. LOUISA FISIIII.U'K '
OSCAR UAYTII UN, Wholetale and
Retail Boot' shoe aud Dry Good..,. " 11
A.J. IH RD, Merchant aud Steamboat
1AM KLt'CiK. General Mereh'dlsn
P. (). SCHUlt, Whulesale kud Retail
J.T. RkNMK. Foundry and MachlnlBt,.
Mn. L, A. HOWARD, Boarding House..
W. K. PITCHER, Insurance Agent
A. 11 ALLEY, Dealer lu Stove, Tin and
Hardware u .
1C. W. ORKRM. flr,,.,n W.....I Vn......
a Liir. u i ur. i in,,
ArgoJournl .... Mound City "
Mn. r,. A. AYERS M..'...M... .VIII. KldgV
A. J. HtBiiCU. Umn :;...buMui,U