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Of tUo leading bumnva houtui wboie advcrtlM
menu may lie fuund In Tin Buu.rn .
C. 0. Patler & Co., C'srami'rclal avenua tad Nlnt-
(. D. WUUamnon & Co.
Yocuin A Hrodertck, Wuh, Ave., cor. Eighth.
1, J. O'LuuKiiiin, Poplar, cor. TwuutltHa.
Dr. J. II. Marean: office, 10 Commercial avenue.
Dm. LeacU A Wheeler, Klfutli Htrvet,
Dr. W. C. Jrv.olyn, Eletitb ovar Commercial .
Dr. K. W. Wliltlock, T.:W Commercial avenue.
Ku'it. Huiytli, No. 60 Ohio levee
II II r'nnil. Nn TilOhln IriVHDfun ititni).
Kualulde Life, of New York, coruer Twelfth aud
DUUUOISTS-WUOLESALK AND H-ETAIL.
Oeo. E. O'llara, KiUtvt'ntb and Commercial.
Alexander County Bank, 8tU and Commercial.
City National, Ohio levee.
c2?lpn. Thiefl State. '
Jalin Siroat, coruer Twelfth and Levee.
R C. For. Corner Ninth and Commercial.
GENERAL DELIVER! open i:si a.m.; cloaei
tl:a) u.m.; Sunday: S to 1 a. m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a.m.; cloaei
at 5 o. m.
TUrounlJ KxpreM M!I v'.a IIlluoU Central 3:40
''jTiialimippI Central lU'.lroadi cloae at 9 p. m.
Cairo aud Poplar Bluff TtirougU and Way Mall
e!.iiM at 1 p. m.
Way Mall via Illinoli Ontrai, Cairo and ln
cennea and Ml.iipW Central Railroad ctote at
' Way Sail jr Narrow Gaige Railroad cloei at
'airo'ai(l Bvannvllle Rlv.;r Route c'.oaea at 8.30
p. in. daliv (except Krtdav).
Myor N. B. Thiftlewood.
Trurr Edward l)exuia.
Clrk-Dnnn. J. Koli-v.
Ounelor--W'm. B Uilbert.
R'iahii or aii)XHSK.
rlrt Ward M. J. Hel' . .
Sarond Ward-David T. Llncgar, t. K. Wood-
WTbtr4 Ward-W. l. Wrlrfbt. Ert Smith.
Poirtb Ward-C-tarle 0. Patn r. JameytMton
Pinb WarU-T. W. UaUlday, Eruet B. Pettlt.
Circuit Judge-D. J. Bk.-r.
Circuit Clerk J. A. R.vi..
Cuunty Jodee-R. S. Yocura.
County Clerk-S. J Uutnai.
County Attonwy W. C. Mnlk.
Countv Treasur-r-Milea W. Parker,
hhrin Joiin HoJ,;'-
Coroner-K. KiUATaiC. . .
County Commilour-T. W. Ila.llday, J A.
M UMf. Samuel Brtley.
AFRICAN M. E -Fourteentb atreet. between
Walnut aud Cedar atreeU: orvlc.-a Sabbatti 11
a. m and 7 p.m.; Sunday School 1 :3J p. m.
CUniSTIAN-Elghteenth atreet; meeting bab
batb 10::Wp. m.j preacblnit occasionally.
tnCRCH OF TUE REDEEMER (Eplacopal)
1 Kouru-eoth' aireet; bunday Morning prayera
a. m.; evening prayera.T:) p. m.; Sunday
icbool S :) a. m. Friday evening prayer . :30 p. m.
1MR3T MISSIONARY BAPTIST CIirRCU.
t l'whlnKatlO:Va. m.,Sp.m.. nd . :30 p. m.
Sabbath acbool at 7:30 p. m. Rev. T. J. Shoreo,
JUTHBRN-Tblrtwnth atreet; ervlee Hab
j hath 1 :3) a. m. i Sunday cbool 2 p. m. Rev.
METUODIST-Cor. Elchtr and Walnut atreeti;
PreacbliiK Sabbath a. m. and . p.m.;
prayer meeting. Wednenday 7:J p. m.; Sunday
School. a. m. Rev. Wbittaker, pastor.
IJRBSBYTERIAN-Eltfbth Mreet; preachlne on
Sabbath at ll:0U a. m. and 7:lp. m.; prayer
meeting Weduedav at 7::)')p. m : Sunday School
at t p. m. ltev. B. Y. OeorM, paotor.
FREEWILL BAPTIST Fifteetth
C itrwt, between waimii auaueuar eirveir,
vlcea Sabbath at I and 7:) p. m.
ST JOSEPH'S-iRomaa Catholic) Torner Croat
and Walnut ntr.'Ct: aervtcea Sbath tO:la.
m.; Sunday ScbMil at p. m.; Vuapera i p. m.; aer
;cei every 'day at j p. m.
ST. PATRICK'S- Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
atreet and WaahlugioD avenue; aervlcva Sab
l itb iaud 10 a. m.; VenpewS p. m.; Bntidav School
i (. m.; aj-rvlcea every da at S p. in. Kv. F. Zabel,
JjHS. 0. II. LEACH & E. D. WHEELER
IloinupRatliic Physicians ami Surgeons,
Will perform all opjratlona and treat dlaeaaea of
any nature in mrgcry. Oihce: No. 10, EiKhth
atreet, Cairo, 111.
H- MAREA.N, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician anil Surgeon.
OSca ttO Uo amerclal avenue. Roaldence corner
Fourteentn St. ana waamnipou aveuue, v airu
J)U. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Ornci No. 1W Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Streeu
J)R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eighth Stroet, near Commercial Avenua.
TIT A TACI flw t0 fMKwith atool. cover
r I A ll In aua book. All atrictly flrft-claaa
-1- vkj lnd o!(1 t wn0B,ttlu f4Ctory
prices. These planoa niado oue of the fin eat dla-
filaya at the centennial exhibition, and were uuiu
moualy recommended or the highest honor. The
Square Ornnds cotitnln Matbiialiek'a uew duplex
ovursLrung scale, the greatest improvement In the
history of piano making. The uprights are the
finest in Auierlva. Catalogue of H paes mailed
MUBILEE ORGANS, the heat In tho world An
8 stop organ only I'irt; 14 stops, 7 with all the
latest aud best lnitirovemcnt, possessing power
iloptli, hrllllanry and svmuutlu'tlc quality of tone,
Beautiful solo erl'ects and perfect stop action,
holld waJuut cases ol beautiful design and elegant
finish, Circular free. All Pianos and Organs sent
ou 15 days 'test trial freight free If unsatisfactory,
, Don't falf to write hs be- ATlp A TCJ
fore buying r Positively UllTAln
offer the boa .' bargains, Kuc-v"u
tory and warurPoma, B7tU Street and Tenth avenue,
SHEET HUSICUr'of "SJ&
choice pieces sei itforlc stamp. Address,
Mendelssohn Piano Co., Box 2058, N.Y.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R
Shortest ana Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Only Line Running Two Daily
Trains From Cairo. Making DI-
"til CUSSKCTIOX with
Tiuins Leay Cairo:
3:15 it m. Mall.
Arriving In St. Louis h:fiO a.m : Chicaso, 8:30p.m.;
vwuuceuan ai uuiu au nmngnaiu ror Lincin
nati, Louisville, Indianapolis aud points East.
11:10 u.rn. Bt. Ijouisj unci Wetitorn
Connecting at bt, Louis for all points West.
4:'JO p.m. Kttat KxiirB8.
for St. Louis and Chicago, arriving at St. Lonls
i:iwp m., auoLnicag(i7:2')a a.
4'L)0 n m.CihplnniHT!Tnra.
Arrtvina at Cincinnati 7:15 e m.; Ljuliville 7:40
iuib tram rtfacu ine tuovu poiDtM L to ,iu
ivv j .u outauu' ui any umvr ruuic.
Fast Time East.
P,iL'nnnj '.v this line gotbrough to East
x u w tw. Li cru points w ithout any delay
causvd by Sunduv Intorveului. The Saturil:iv afii r.
noon train from Cairo arrive, in new York Monday
luiiruiun si rj-.-ti. iiiiriy-six uours lu auvaaceo!
any omer rouie.
J1Forthrotijjh tickets and further information
apply at Minois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT CAIItO.
Biprea i:y, a ru
Accommodation 4 o" p in
Mail 4:15 a m
JAs. JOHNSON. J. II. .JONES.
t liu. Siiatbern Agent. Ticket Agent
n . r. jLusy..oen. rassenger Aj;eat.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R
It. V. 8M1THKUS, Iiwelver
SHORTEST SHOUT LINE BETO'EEX
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Ihroueb Kioreas eavea Cairt :r!fta m
Through Kxpre.e arrives at E. St Louis.. 5:45p.m
Through Express leaves E. frt. Louis.... 9:ija.ui
Through Express arrive, at Cairo 5:10 p m
-HurvnysijoroaccommoaatlouieavesCairo 1: p m
Mu'pbysboro Acc arrives-at Murphysboro T:W p.m
Murphysiioro Acc. leaves Murphyshoro. .. 5:ija.m
Marphvsboro Acc. arrives at Ca:ro ll:aa.m
Th r'rn St I nnll Pull Un4 ,V.a nnlv all
Rail Route between Cairo and St. Louis nmlnr one
management, tht-rvfore there an- no delays at
way stations awaiting connections from other lines.
Close and sure connections at St. Loo'.s with other
nues or 3ortn, Bast aud West.
J. A. NAfGLE.
L. M. JOHNSON.
OHIO & MISSISSIPPI R'y.
TIME TABLE OF I'AS-SENCiER TRAINS FROM
VISCENNE (No.. :J0, ljT'J.)
No. 2 lMy Express iKxcvpt Sun lay i.... 1 :V) p. m.
o tiires(txcepi uuaay l :::. p. in
4 Niijht Exprea (Daily) ....li:Wa. m,
No. 5 Express (Except Sunday!
i!:'i p. m
tr.'o a. Ei
" l way txtin-K, (except sunduv).. ,
" 3 Niht Express (Ually) '
J. R. Clark. C. S. Conk. Jk
Agent Viucennes. Uen. Ticket Ag't Cincinnati
It Is the Ihs blood pnrinVr. and stlmulaie",
everv luiictlou to more ucai'.lilul action, and i-
tlius a lieneflt tu all ulxeases.
In eltmluatiiig the Impuritte. orthe blood, (i,
natural and necessary result Is tli.' cure of Scrof
lous anil other skin Eruptions and Diseases, in
eluding Cancers, l lcerateii aud other sores.
llvsuens a. Winkliers ot tho Stomach, Cutisti
ration, Dizziuess-ticneral Iteblllty, etc. are cured
!y the Safe Hitters. It Is unequalled as ak appe
tl'zer and ri'suliirtoulc.
Ills a medicine which should he lu eTcry fam
ily, and which, wherever used, will save the pay
ment of many doctors' bills.
liottles or two sir.es; prices, ou cents ana )i
Rpniciliis ni'P sitlil
Ity Dniffffists and
tv . I ... . 1 tf . 1"
i't'Ull'I'S 111 Jlt'Ul-
II. II. WARNER & CO
taySend for Pamphlet
iud Tentmoulals. i
rpKE CITV NATIONAL BANK
W, P. n A LLID A V, Prosldnnt.
II. L. UALL1DAY, Vlcu-Presldent.
XBOS. W. UALL10AV, Cashier.
I. ST A ATS TATI.0A, W. P. HALLtTJA V,
uinht l. UALuinr, n. u. cunninuuam.
. D. WHXIAIlaoN, STRSHBN BIUO,
Exchange, Coin aud United States Bonds
BOUUHT AND SOLD.
Dntwslts received and a ueuoral banklnir bnslnesa
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY MORNING. .JULY 15,
We Mean Cured, Not Merely Believed
And Can Prove What we Claim.
ryThere am no failures aud no disappoint
tuents. If y,m are troubled with SICK HEAD
ACHE you cau be easily and quickly eured, as
hundreds have been already. V shall be pleased
to mail a sheet of testimonials to auy Interested.
Carter's . Little Liver Pills
Also cure all forms of Rlllousness. nrevent Cnnxl
patlon and Dyspepsia, promote Digestion, relieve
uisiress iroin loo nearty .eatiue, correct Disorder!
of the Stomach, Stimulate the Liver, and Reeulate
the Bowels. They dJ all this by takine lust one
little pill at a doae. They are purely yetfetable, do
not rlpe or puree, aud are as nearly perfect as
It Is possible for a pill to be. Price 55 cetts, 5 for
w aoiu oy uriiKKisTs everywnere or sent ny mall
CARTER MEDICINE CO.. ERIE, PA.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
The Daily Bulletin.
By Carrier, o 5c Per Week
COLLECTED WEEKLY, or
SIO Per Year, S10
If paid Yearly or Semi-Yearly
The Weekly Bulletin.
A Column S Page Paper
ISSUED EVERY MONDAY.
2 . O O In Advance 8B Q .O O
To CLUBS of FIVE or MORE,
f 1.50 per Year.
The Bulletin Binder y
I3L.AXK HOOK WOllK
Of all Kinds".
STEAM JOB OFFICE
All Kinds of Job "Work
Estimates furnished aad orders from
abroad prouirtly attended to.
Two-Sheet, Full Sheet, Half Sheet,
and. Quarter Sheet Posters and
Programmes, in Black or Colors.
Letter Heads, Bill Heads, Note
Heads, Statements, Bills Lading1, Show
Cards, Business Cards, Ball
and Wedding: Invitations, Book Work,
Etc.. Etc.. Etc.. Etc.
FOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
Vulcan Iron "Wokks
91 OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO. ILLS.
John T. Rennie,
HAVING eatabllabed hi works at tbe above men
tinned tilace t better ureoared than cvaf Ar
mauuracturlDK Steam Ennlnea and Mill Machinery.
Having Steam Hammer aud ample Toola, the
manufacture of all Winds of Machinery. Railroad,
Steamboat and lirldgo ForgluKS made a tnecialty.
Kitpeclal attention given to repair of Ikj inoaand
UrunK CaaHnaa of all Icinda maitu tn iJ
Pipe P ttlns iu U Iti braucbea.
The Promoter and Perfec
tor of Assimilation.
The Reformer and Vital
ize of the Blood.
The Producer and Invlir
, r orator of Nerve 4 Muscle.
The Builder and Support
er of Braiu Power.
COMPOUND SYRUP OF
la compoaed of Ingredients Identical with those
which coaialitutu Healthy Wood, Muscle and Nunc
aid Brain Substance, wlllst life lUelf la directly
dependent upon some of them.
By ita union with tbe blood, and iti effect upon
the muac ee, re-cxtablinblni; tbe one aud toning tbe
other, It la capable of effecting the following re
sult: It will displace or wash out tuberculous matter,
and thns curecouunption.
Br Increasing nervoua and muscnlar vigor. It
will cure dyspepsia, feebloor Interrupted action of
the heart and palpitation, weakness of Intellect
caused by grief, weary, overtax or irregular bablts,
bronchitis, (acnte or chrenic), congestion of the
lungs, even In tbe most alarming st-iges.
It cure eeihma, loss of voice, neuralgia, St. Vitus
dance, epileptic flta. wbooplugcougli, nervousness,
and is moat wonderful adjunct lo other remedies
infcmetainliig lite during tbe process of dlptberia.
I)o not be deceived by remedies hearing a similar
name, no other preparation Is a substitute for this
under any circumstances.
Lookout tor tbe narae and address, J. I. FEL
LOWS, ht. John, N. B , on the yellow wrapper in
water-mark, which Is seen by holding the paper
before tho light.
SOLD BY ALL DRtGOiSTS.
SYMPTOMS OF A
I,o of spptiti. naiea. bowels cntive. rmln In
pain under ton elijimler-blaili-. fnlliiTinilt?reiir
If these wuriiluZH are unheeded, serious diseases
will soon be developed.
TUTT'S PILL'S are especially alapted to such
caes. one doe effects sucb a change of feeling as
to astonish the sufferer.
A Noted Divine Says:
Dr.Tutt: Dear Sir; For ten years I have been a
martyr to dysoepla. constipation and piles.
Last sprlug your pills were recommended; I used
tiiem. I am now a w-jll man. have a good appe
tite, digestion perfect, regular stools, piles gone,
and have gained forty pounds of flesh. They are
worth their weight In gold.
REV. R. L SIMPSON, Louisville, Ky.
They Increase tbe appetite, and came tho body
to tike on Heh. th'is the svsteta is nourished, and
by their tonic action on the digestive organs, regu
lar atoo'.s are pmdacel. Price i3 cnts. 35 Mur
ray Street. X. Y.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE
Grav hair or whlken chano'ftrl t,i a i'nav MMr
by a single application of this dye, It imparts a
natural color, acts Instantaneously. Sold by drug
gists, or sent by express ou receipt of $1.
Office, 35 Murray Street, .New York.
Hop Bitters are the Purest and Hest Bitters
They are compounded from HOI'S. Bt'CIll',
MAN'tiKAKE uud IUNDKl.ION'-the oldest.
betund luoet valuable medicines In the world
and contain all the bet and ruoft curative prop
erties of all other Bitter, being the greatest
BLOOD 1" IK IK IE It. LIYEK HEt.l'LATOK,
and Life and Health restoriug agent on t artu.
No disease or ill health can pcsih'.y long ex
ist where these Ilitttrs ure used, to varied uud
perfect are their operations.
Ttievgive uew life aud vigor to the aged and
Inflrm. To all whose -employments cause Irreg
ularity of the bowels or urinary organs, or who
require an appetizer, tonic and mild ftimulntit,
tbie Bitters are invaluable, being highly cura
tive, tonic aud stimulating, without intoxicitt
Ing. No matter what your feeiings or svmptoms
aiv. what the disease or ailment is. u-e Hop
Bitters. Hou't wait until you are sick, but If you
only feel bad or miserable, use the Litters at
once. It may saye oar life. Hundreds have
been saved by so doing. KCSDwill be paid
for a case they will not cure or help.
l)o not sutler yourself or let your friends suf
fer, hut use aud urge them to use Uo,i Hitters.
Kemember, Hop Bitters Is no vile, drugged,
drunken nostrum, but the purest aud best medi
cine ever made: the Inva'lds Friend anil
Hope." and uo person or family should be with
out them. Trv the Bitters to-day.
Hop Bitters Vfg. To.. Rochester, New York
an Toronto. Canada.
FOH SALE BY ALL DlU'UdlSTS.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROATS PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
CE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
TACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialtv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leree,
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Liverpool, July 14, 2:00
Wheat firm Winter, Os
Spring, 8s OdQOs 0 J ; California average,
8a lki0s 10J; California Club, Os CJQIOa
2J. Corn 5s 10J.
CniCAOO, July 41, 10:00 a.m.
Wheat August, 89ft; Cash, 04; betst
Pork-August, $13 83tf; July, $13 80;
Sept., 13 72Jf
Corn-August, 85ft July, 34ft; Sept.,
Oats -August, 22ft; Sept., 22ft.
NEW YORK OKAIN.
New York, July 14, 13:01 p. m.
Whcat irregular -No. 2 Chicago, $1 09
1 10; No. 2 Milwaukee, $1 11
1 12; lied Winter, $1 1301 22; No. 2
Red Winter, $1 2101 23. Corn quiet
-No. 2, 43ft.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
B0Y4 DROWNED WHILE B.VTni.'fO.
Sparta, 111., July 13. A sad case of
drowning happened near here yesterday.
Two boys, aged nine and eleven years, sons
of James Gordon, who lives at Blair Post
office, six miles south of Sparta, went with
their father and hired man to a field some
two or three mile3 from home. Mr. Gor
don, and the man went to work in the field
while the boys went to gather blackber
ries, telling their father that they would
proably go home after gathering some ber
ries. It seems that after picking berries
for some time they went to a creek near by
and, divesting themselves of their clothing,
went into the water to bathe. The water
being quite deep and neither of them being
able to swim, they were both drowned. It
is supposed that one ot them going into the
water first sank out of sight and
that the other went to his assistance when
he, too, was drowned. Mr. Gordon, com
ing home at night, inquired for his boys,
and learning that they had not returned,
raised an alarm and with a large number of
neighbors, commenced searching the woods
and fields. It was between 10 and 11
o'clock last night that the clothing of the
boys was round on the banks of tho creek
where the bodies were afterwards found. A
faithful dog that had gone with the boys
was there also keeping watch over the
clothes. The creek was reached and the
bodies found. They will be buried to-day
in one wide grave. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon,
who are highly respected here, are entirely
prostrated under this great misfortune.
They have, however, the sympathy of the
entire community in their great bereave
ment. A CREW LOST.
Milwaukee, July 13. The schooner cap
sized off Two Rivers' point Friday night
proves to be the Jo Duvall of Racine. All
her cauvas is set showing that she went
over suddenly, and it is feared her crew of
six men are lost, as four days has elapsed
without hearing from them, and the ves
sel's small boat was attached to the wreck.
INDIANA ALL RIGHT.
New York, July 13. The Hon. Austin
II. IJrown of Indiana, a member of the
Democratic national committee aud one of
the best informed politicians in his stato,
said to-day that there never has been a time
when the Democratic prospects in his state
were better than they are now. In regard
to the predictions of John C. New and
others that lhe state will go Republican, he
said that his observatious had been as
thorough as theirs and he fully believed
that Indiana would be carried by the Dem
ocrats and cast her electoral votes for Han
cock and English.
Jekkerson City, July 13, The governor
offerers $100 rewurd for the arrest of Ben
jamin T. Dr inkard, under sentence of ninety
nine years for murder, who escaped from
the Macou county jail June 25th. If cap
tured without the state tho reward will be
$150. The sheriff offers an additional re
ward of $150. Description of fugitive:
Age, 35 years; height, 5 feet 9 inches; florid
complextion, red hair aud beard; right leg
an iucli shorter than the left, aud
withered from a wound; weight, 150
pounds; of good address when talking; has
a peculiar flash or "batting" of the eyes.
A LION IX BUTLER COUNTY.
Poplar Blukp, Mo., July 13. There is
considerable excitement in this town aud
vicinity to-day over tho report that a large
lion was seen one mile west of town this
afternoon at one o'clock. A posse of our
bravest citizens are now out scouring the
woods with tho expectation of coming up
with the ferocious tramp. Several parties
have reported to have seen this anlnuU.e
fore, but until to-day do one believed it. -
' COMPARATIVE STATISTIC.
New , York, July 13 Duo, Barlow &
NEW SERIES NO. 320.
Co. have issued a circular showing failure
of the United States and Canada in the last
three months and for the first half year of
1880 as compared with the corresponding
time in 1870. During the last three
months 1,005 failures with liabilities of
$20,111,089 wero reported ia the United
States, and during the half year of 1880,
2,497 with liabilities ot $33,888,703. In
the first six months of 1879 there were
4,038 failures with $05,779,310 liabilities.
TWO BRAKEMES KILLHD.
Mexdota. Ill, July 13. Two brakeiuea
employed on the L. C. railroad were in
stantly killed this morning by being thrown
between the cars. They were standing on
the rear car talking to each other when the
car was struck by a switch engine, the
force being so great ai to throw the men
between the cars, which came together,
killing them instantly. The accident was
one of the most remarkable that ever oc
curred on thU road.
EARTHQCAKS AT MEMPHIS.
Memphis, Tenn., July 13. At 8:15 to
night a shock ot earthquake was felt, its
motion vibratory coming from the north
west and lasting several seconds.
"Cinciio-Quinixe' As a febrifuge,
touic and anti-periodic is declared by phy
sicians to be superior to Sulphate Quinine,
and is vastly cheaper, the dose being the
same. It can be obtained of all drugoistst,
or will be sent, postage prepaid, onreceip
of price, $1,30 per ounce, by BiUings,Clapp
& Co., Chemists, Boston, Mass.
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS NORMAL UNI
VERSITY. Carbondalk, Jackson Co., III., July 5. '
The seventh academic year of this insti
tution will commence Monday, September
C, 18S0, and will continue, with a recess of
two weeks at Christmas, till Monday May
20th, 1381. The session will be divided
into three terms as follows, viz:
The tall term for the first Monday in
September, fifteen weeks. A recess of two
The winter term' begins Jan. 3d, 1881,
and continues ten weeks to March 11, 1881.
The spriug term begins March 14, 1881,
and continues eleven weeks.
The special session for teachers occurs '
prior to the fall term, beginning Monday;
August second pros, and will continue live
The same able faculty will continue to
give instruction and administer discipline
as the last year. It is not too much o say
none abler can be found, and the- building,
apparatus, library, museum, and general
facilities are the best in the country. Eight
hundred students can be accommodated.
The design is to fit young
men and women for the
work and duty of teaching, and of course,
incidentally for all the arl'airs ol life. Our
students by hundreds are in the country
and are testimonials to the worth of the in
stitution and tho influence of the training
they have received. . "
To those pledging themselves to teach in
the public schools ot the state tuition is
free, but a charge of $3 and $3, per term is
made for incidentals, such as paper, ink,
pens, etc., for the daily expenses of the
school. To others tuition ia a nominal
si'iu is charged.
Access to Carbondalc is easy, and the fa
cilities for board arc excclleut. In good
private families the price is from $2.50 to
$5 per week. Young people can arrange
for boarding in clubs at $3.00 and can pro
vide for themselves at $1.50 per week.
Citizens ot Southern Illinois will find a
school in their midst which will educate
their children better at home than it can
be done abroad, and, (taking into account
the cost ot travel,) at considerably less
prices than are promised elsewhere. Almost
any study wanted by any student cam be
pursued every term, and certainly every
oue within the year.
Carbondale is beautiful- healthful, intelli- ,
gent and moral. No better place in the
United States can be found for a school and
every attention will be given to make study
a success to those who attend with an ear
nest purpose to improve.
For further information or for circulars
send to the principal Robt. Allyn, L. L. D.,
Secretary of Trustees.
Brown's Household Panacea is the
most effective pam destroyer in the worldt
Will most surely quicken tho blood wheth
er taken internally or applied externally,
ami tnertny more certainly relieve pam,
whether chrouic or acute, than any other
pain alleviutur. and it is warranted double
the strength of uny similar preparation.
It cures pain in the Bide, back or bowels,
soro throat, rheumatism, toothache, and all
aches, and is the great reliever of pain,
"Browu's Household Panacea" should bo
in every family. A teaspoouful of tho Pan
acea in a tumbler of hot water (sweetened
if preferred), taken at bed time, will break
up a colli. 25 cM. a bottle.
Mini mcknkss, uuUuuOtoULy with chil
dren, attributed to other causes, is occasion
od by worms. Biowu's Vermifuge Comfits,
or Worm Lozenges, although effectual in
destroying worms, can do no possible in
jury to the most delicate child. This val
uable combination has boon successfully
used by physicians, and found to be abso
lutely sure In eradicating worms, so hurtful
to children. Twentv-flve cents a bo.
No Hospital needed No palatial hos
pital needed for Hop Bitters patients, nor
largo-salaried talented puffers to tell what
Hon Bitters will do or cure, as they tall
their own story by their certain and abno
lute cures at home. New York Independ
ent. Thb Voltaio Belt Co., Marshall,
Mtcn. Will send their celebrated Electro
Voltaic Belts to tho afflicted upon 80 days
trlal. Spesdy cures guaranteed. They ;
mean what they say. Write to them with
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