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Of the londiiiR busmen bourns whose advertise
raouts diu be found In Tiik Bullistin .
C. O. l'atler & Co., Commercial avenue and Mne-
i. D. Williamson & Co.
Yocum & Brouerick, Wash. Ave , cor. Eighth.
T, J. O'LouKiiiln, Poplar, cor. Twentieth.
l)r. J. II. Marean: office, no Commercial avenue
Ilrs, Leach & Wheeler, Eighth hi reel,
Ur. W. C. Jocelyn, Elf'hth near Commercial.
Dr. K. W. Whitlock, I'M Commercial avenue.
No.SU Ohio levee.
II II f'HmlKiv No. TuOMo levee fun sthlrs).
Equitable Life, of New York, Comer Twelfth and
imUOGISTS-WHOLKSALE AND UETAIL.
Geo. E. O'Hara, Eighteenth and Commercial.
Alexander County Bank. StU aud Coramefelal.
City National, Ohio levee.
Champion Three States.
John Sproat, coni'-r Twelfth and Levee, "
K 0. Ford. Corner Ninth and Commercial.
fi ENEHAL DELIVERY open i:J a. m.; close
VJ 6:jp.ui.; Sunday: mo a.m.
Monev Order Department open at 8 a. m.; closes
Through Express Mali via Illinois Central 3:10
u ..i..'i,i,l (ViitkI ltA'.lromls clove at ft l. m.
Cairo btd Poplar UluiT ThroUKb and Way Mall
close at l p. m.
Vk m(i via lilinoif Ceutral, Cairo and ln
cuine ai.d MlM.aatppl Central lUilroads dose at
'i Ah p. til.
Way Xal! Or Narrow Ga:ie Railroad clones
b ::W r..
Cairo u.d EvansvUle lllver Moate closea at 1
p.m. daliy (except Friday i.
Mayor N. B. Thietlrwood.
Treasurer -Edward Dezoula.
Clerk Dennis. J. Kolev.
.'ouijSeijr--Wm. B. Oilbert.
Attorney William Hen Irlcks.
IWUl'.O r ALDEHME.
.,a wrd-bav!d T. 'Urn-car, C. H. Wood
"m'.V.j u-.rlW t' Wrtffht. Egbert Smith
fourth Ward-Charles O. l'atler. James Kynaston
Fifth Ward T. . uauiuay, tram u- rtwi.
Circuit JaJeeD. J-Ilakvr.
Circuit Clerk-J. A. K.-MVe.
t'onutr JaiWe K. S. locum.
County Clerk-S. J. Hutnm.
County Aurnr W. C. Mu'.kt-y.
CoiiutvTreaatirer-Mlle W. Parker.
Stienrt John Uudges.
Count Commis!oners T. . I.iiuusy,
Jd. Ciiltba, Samuel Brlley.
A FRICAN M. E.-Fourteei.tb Mrect, bt'twn
A W.lmitand Cellar streets: services fcabbatft 11
a. rj. aud 7 p. m. ; Sunday School 1 p. m.
(CHRISTIAN Elchtecnlh street: meeting Sab
j bath 10:3u p. m.; preaching occasionally.
Mlt'KCU Or THE REDEEMER (Eplacopal)
V7 Fourteenth street; Sundav MorntDg prayer
a. m.j eveuins tirayer. T:: p. m.S Sunday
f chool V : V a. m. F"ri Jay evenitiK prayer . : W p. m
must MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH.-
ri u...ki.. iii :in a m . A d. ni.. and :4t) P m
s.l.imih .. ho.il at T::W P. m. Rev. T. J. Shorea,
1 a tor.
JUTHKKAN Thlrtfenth atreet; ervlica Sab
j bath l:i a. m.; Sunday achool2p.ni. Rev.
METUODIST-Cor. Eighth anJ Walnut atreet ;
Pr'achli)H Sibhath and 7 p.m.;
prayer meeting. Wednesday 7:30 V m.; Sunday
School, (I a. m. lier. W'hlltaker, paator.
1)RESBYTERIAN Eighth Hreet: preachlne on
Sabbath ai U:tnt a. m. and 7:' p. w .; prayer
nieetltiK WedneK.iav at 7::) p.m.; Sunday school
at S p. m. Rev. B. Y. George, pantor.
CECOND FREE WILL RAPTIST - FifteeUh
atrvet. between Walnut aud Cedar ctreeta; er
Vicea Sabbath at i and p. ta.
ST. .lOSEPn'S-f Roman Catholic) Corner Crow
and Waluut atn'eto; aervicea Sabbath 10:30 a.
tn. ; Sunday School at 3 p. m. ; Yef per i p. m. ; ser
vice ewry day at S p. ru.
'T. PATRICK'S Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
street and Wanhluion avenue; lerww n-
nath Saud 10 a. m.; VcHpcra a p. m.; stnnuoy pcihxh
8 p. m.; aervlce every day at S p. m. Rev. r . Zabel,
J )KS.O. II. LEACH & E. I). W11EELEU
Hdiuu'Ratliic riiysiiians ami Surgomw,
Will penorm all operation and treat dlneaae of
any unture In i-urfry. Oillce: No. M, Eighth
street, Cairo, 111...
y H. MAUEAN, M. I).,
Houicoiiatliic Physician ami Surgeon.
OWce 140 0(. imerclal avenue. Healdence corner
FourUenth St. aud Wahiui:tou avuuue, Cairo.
U. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
OrMn No. l.'W Commercial
Eighth and Ninth Streeu
J)R. W. C. JOCELYN,
IJ K NTIS T .
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
81.M to SI'HHwilh atool. cover
and hook). All Htrictly tlratxla
aud old nt whvleaalu factory
price. Theau pl-inoa made one of the Uuet di
tilay at the ceiitcunlal exhibition, and were mimi
Imouxlv reconiniended or the liigbeat honor. The
Sijimre (inuiil conluln Miitliuahek' new duplex
ovewirung cale, the preateat Improvement In tho
hlalory of piano making. Thu upright are tho
flneat in AmerliU. Catalogue of 48 page-malled
JCniLEK OROANH, lh beat In tho Vforltl. An
f Hop organ only Mi 1H Hop, !I7 with oil tho
lati'Htaml beat Improvemetit, pomlii; power
tb'plli, brilliancy ond vmtialhelle. quality of tone,
ileautlful nolo t'ITect and perfect atop nrtlon.
Solid walnut tae ol beautiful delgn and elegant
lnlh, ClrritlHr freo. All I'lnno mid Orgtm ent
on in ila' teal trial frtdglilftw If miiitliriiet(.rv,
. I 't full to lrllo t be- i)f1 4 TiN
for liuyltig, l-iwltlvely e UllTAln
offer th. 1vtt hargaln. acv,lv"Xilk,
tory and waivrooni, 57th 8treet and Tuhth avenue,
SHEET MUSIC C;8thlr,0f r&
cbolcaplecoicnt for SO stamp. Addrcia, .
Vn.i.ih,u,xt, rA onr.o v v
ayuucuiovuu twuv vu iwa avuui i
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis anil Chicago.
Tlie Only Line ltunnins?
0 DAILY TRAINS
is rom Cairo,
Making Diuect Coxnkctiox
Tiu ma Leavk Ciho:
.'i:ira m. Mail.
ArrlvluBln St. Loul 9:43 a.m.; Ctlcaao.HiWp.m.:
ConnectluK at Oiiln and Efllnxham for Cincin
nati, LouiM'tlle, Indlun:ipo!iaud point Eaut.
11 MO !i.rh. Wt. Ixui unil W'stfni
Arriving In St. Lou'.i7:05p. m., and cor.nectlnu
for all point S.
4-.UIO p.m. J-'.-ift KxprPKH.
For St. Loul and Cklcaso, arrivin: at St. Louie
10: 15 p.m., and Chicago a m.
'J :VJ ) p.m. CinHnimti J'xprfa.
Arriving at Cincinnati ',:) am. Loutaville V:il
a m.: InillBuapoiin 4:' a.m. I'aaaeuer bv
tht train reach the above point 1 ' to lii'i
HOL'liS in advance ol nny other route.
The4: p. in. expr- h I'L'I.I.MAN'
SI.KEI'IVIi CAR Cairo to Cineinna.l. withci.t
chanee. and through :eejier to St. Loai n::J
Fast Time Ka.t.
TJJP1Kr'01' ,,' "'K' K through to Kant
1 l' -llll. ,.rn ,. iii n uilbiinl jut il..: li
caused by Sunday lutenvulni. The h.ttitrdav al'.-f.
r...n fV..... ..... ... .1. . t
Bi.''(ir n . u iiv a lorn .n'0'ilv
morn;ut'ul U'"i. Thlrrynt Lour, la advanc-of
any omer mute.
aT for through tirket and furthiT it,f. .? mitloii
apply at Wiuo'.i. Central itai.road Depot, l airo.
.(As. JOHNSON. J. H. ..'ONES.
.i!i. Southern Aent. Ticket Agent
a. a. n.su.. i.en. I'a. Aceut. Chlcas
CAIRO it ST. LOUIS R. R
11. V. 8MITHKKS, Iteoeiver.
bllOUTEST SHORT LIXE BETTEX
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
1 nrougn fciprea leave Cairo !:3fia a
Throtigti Exprra arrive at K. St Loula.. S:p.m
. "1 "uj. it r.&i.nfi.R lesvep c. .! . L.OUI.... 'J:i)a.tu
inrougn Kxprea arrlvn at Cairo 5:1dp.m
Murphyboroaccommo,ltlotileaveCalro Wio p.m
.'iu'pnyioro Acc. arrire.at .Murphyboro 7.W p.m
Murphyaboro Acc. leave Murnbysboro. .. S:i'a
Murpbrboro Acc arrive at Cairo ll;21a
incia rOM. l.OIll Kal Knftrt 1m t nn v a'
Rail Route between Cairo and St. LouU under one
management, therefore there are no dtlav at
way nation awaiting connection from other'line.
Cloae and litre connection' at St. Luui with other
line lor .ortn, bat and Wel
J. A. NAt'GI.E.
QHIO it MISSISSIPPI R'y.
I III if.
TIME TABLE Or PASSEVOF.R TRAINS FROM
VINCENNKS tXf.'. ."0, IJ'T'J.)
No. 3 Day Exprva 1 Except Sunday).,,
. 1 :in p. m.
Kpr.w ifcxcopt Sunday)
4 Nii;ht Express U'aily)'
. l :v p. m.
. fi:C5. m.
. J:.vi p. m.
. 1 : Jj a. m.
5 Expn (Etcept Sunday).
1 I'ay txpreaa (bxcept ;
3 Niht Kxpreil)ally).
J. K. Claiik. C. R. Conk,
Agent Viueenoi'i. (u'u. Ticket A
It I the be' blood mirlfler. and ailm-i!
very junction to moru Ilea llilul aei nn. .ml K
11111 a oei.eni m ail illeae.
lu ellinluatlng thu Impuritlea ofthe blond. tV
natural aud ueceary ri ult I tho cure of Sorof
lou and other SkHi Kruntinn and l)iea.!a. In
eluding Caucer, l lcerutid and other orea.
Ivlieila. WeaktiiB l the Stomach. Conatl.
mtlon, DlitxlnrM.tieneriil llebllltv. ete. am rnn.J
or ine ,-aie mtii r.' it I utiequaiied aan appe
tiz'?r nnd regnlartonlc. ,
It I a medicine w hich rhotild b In every fam
lly. aud which. wherB.vr ued. will ve thu au
meut of many doctor' bill.
iiottie or two aize; price. SO cent and $t
I Warner's Sufi'
Kt'inoilii's a re sold
by Irmjrxists mill
Dt'tilt'is in Medi
H. II. WARN EH & CO
Rocuetoi, N. V
WSund for Paiunhlel
JAMES P.SMITH& CO.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAL
ERS IX ICE,
No Itt Monroe Street. CHICAUO. ILL".
Ico ror nle-Dw or oM, bv cur loud or Co hon o.
CaraloiiduiJulri'ct from Ico liouaea ouuny lullroril
loadlnn out of Chicago..'
OATRO. njJVOTS RATTTPHAV irnovnTn tttt r ir5W
Q1CK HEADACHE !
We Menu Cured, Kot Merely Relieved
Aud Can Prove What we Claim.
fctyThore ar no failure aud no dlappoint-
menl. If you re troubled with SICK HEAD-
ACHE you ean bo eally and quickly cured,
huudred have been already. Wo ihall be pleaaed
to raailaheetof tetlmi'iiial to auy Interested.
Carter's Little Liver Pills
Also enre all forms of Blliotmnc. prevent Contl
ration and Dyapepala, promote Uii!et!ou, relieve
dutreas from too hearty eating, correct Diord-r
ol the Stomach. Stimulate the Liver, aud Regulate
tho Howeli. . They do ail this by taking juM one
little pill at a do.e. They are puriy vegetable, do
not gripe or purge, ana are a nearly perfect a
It t poihlo lor u pill to be. Price -a cei t, 5 for
51. Sold by ilrjgl' evervwhere or ent by mall.
CA&TEH MEUIClNF. CO.. KRIS, I'A.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
The Daily Bulletin.
Ily Carrier, 2oc Per Week
COLLECTED WEEKLY, or
S10 Per Year, SIO
If raid Yearly or Semi-Yearly
The Weekly Bulletin.
A 48 Column S Page Pape
ISSUED EVERY MONDAY.
32.00 InAdvinre SQ.OO
To CLUBS of FIVE or MOKE,
f 1.50 per Year.
BLANK BOOK WOJiK
Of all Kinds.
STEAM JOB OFFICE
All Kinds of Job "Work
Estimates furnished and orders from
abroad promptly atteuded to.
lvo-!Mieet, Full Sheet. Half Sheet.
uiul Quarter Sheet Posters tintl
i-roiframnies, m Bhtek or Colors.
Letter Heads. Bill Heads, Note
Heads. Statements, BilH Ladm?, Show
Cards, Business Cards, Lall
and Wedding- Invitations, Book Work,
Etc.. Etc.. Etc.. Ete.
FOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP
L STEAM FOHGE.
Vulcax Iiioy Works
B:i OHIO I.KVKE. CAIRO. IJ.LS.
John T. Reimie,
T AVIXO eatuhliahcd hit works at tho liove men
11 tinned plucu la better prepared tliau ver for
uintiuracturlDK Milium Knitlm nd Mill Moliluery.
HavlM a Hteam lUnimer mid umplu Toola, tho
nmuutactiiN of al kind, of Macbluiiry, lUllrVad,
Steambiia and llrldne ForirlUKa mailo a VwcUlty.
MHch'inery ,u'aUuu 1VBn t0 rt.Iutror Jai tueaiud
Uraja Cniatliiifn of all klndo made to ordei
Plpu K ttlug lu ail lu hrauvhva. '
45 YEARS BEFORE THE PUBLIC.
Dr. C. IcLANE'S
re rjot recomuicnJed ns a remedy "lor nil
the ills that flesh is heir to," but in affec
tions of the Liver, and all Uillious com
plaints, Dyspepsia, and Sick Headache, or
diseases of that character, they stand with
out a rival.
AO UK AND FKVEK.
No better cathartic can be used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative tl.ey are uncqualed
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on tht lid
with the impression, McLane'sLivek
Each wrapper bears the signrtures of C.
McLask and Fi.eminu Bros.
W?Iasi9t upon havintr the conn i n( T)h
C. McLaxe's Liver Pills, prepared by
FLEMING BROS., Pittsburjrli, Pa.
the market beinjr full of imitations of thn
name MlLane, spelled differently but same
The Promoter ami Perfee
tor of Assimilation.
The Reformer and Vital
izes of the Wood.
The Producer and Inviir
orator of Nerve 4 Muscle.
The Builder and Support
er of Brain Power.
COMPOUND SYRUP OF
q composed of Ingredients lilcntical with those
which cnuatitutv Healtbv Wood, Mim-U- and Nerve
It will displace or wash out tuberculous matter,
and thiia cureconaimiption.
;.y iiioreafinif nurvou and muncular vlpor. It
will curs dyapepala. leebleor Interrupted action of
u i'ipiuiion. wettKUi'ss Of lutoilecl
' '7 KTin. neary, overtiix orureffiilar habits,
hronchltia, latuto or chronic), congestion of the
mut. picu iu iuk muni aiarmiui;el ii;ea.
It cures aitlima. loea of voice, neiiraleia. St. Vitus
dance, epileptic nts. wlioopineeoiiKh, uervotiaueaa,
and la a most wonderful adjuuet toother remedies
iujusiainiHff nn- ouriiiK tlie procenn of dlptheria.
no not be deceived by remedies beiimiK simibir
name, no other preparation Is a substitute for this
under nny circumstances.
Look out tor the nane and address, J. I. FKI--LOW
S, t. John. X. H., on the yellow wrapper in
....-. -ui ii i . nuuu is seen uy noiutug tUe paper
SuI.D BV ALL DRUGGISTS.
SYMPTOMS OF A
l.n.aoi an;ii.tto, TnnfVI. llnw.. a pnaMv.. n.lnl.
l.n or ap:n't
tiH' ha.t w i rli a
I'lii'l; iik t.
pulll lln-t.T il.- all.mnl.T.illHH-. fllillleaa miimT
in. with a ui.iiii'.iiiai .in
in exertion lit
liiiinl. irriluiiiil'v ui ti'inii-r.
nii'ii' urv , u i ! ti a i.-f) i n 15 uf h
Ht Vi II -J ne,:i., ,.,
IlltV.W.' li'lli '
i ihi- li-nrt.
ure I lie i.oW
lit II1.'.!!. IHt!0iy enliireil urilli'
If these wnrnliiifH iircuiiliceiji'd. sevlmis diseases
inn moo oe iteveinpeii,
n........ ... ....
IL 11 S l'll.I. Stire CSnei'lR'lv n !anl.iil tn .,.h
c,i4. one d.e effects such a change of feelln as
a-wia. 1VIIIC.I I. IV rUilVIVl,
A Noted Divine Says:
Ur.Tutl :-I)..r Sir: Pur ten vara I baei. hit. in a
martyr to dvnoen-ia. ciinatlniitlmi m.,1 ,.ii..a
Ul sprluif your pills were recominutuled; 1 naod
...v.... , urn nuw a wen man, nave a good appo
tite, dliresilon iierfect. rM.riili.r ...i..- ........
.ml li.. i .... ... T: . T I '"li.
"-u I'.nj iM'xuu" oi nen. ruey are
worth tholr weluht In gold. '
Kh. K. L Bl.MI'SOX. Louisville, Ky.
t uey iucre:t'u t ho anw.it in an.l ..m. l...
to take on Hesh.th'is llie m-ntem la nourished, anil
,,,,,,; acuon on tne iltC'-stlve organs, regu
lar sioois are oroilueeii li--i n.m. i.
in) ciim-1, .1,1.
TUTT'S HAIlt DYE
(niv lialr or wlilln,r rh. i ... . ,.i 1.1....1.
uy a smgie anui cation of thia.lv.. Ii i,nu, .
tiulliral 1.... " ... "I"-'-" "
- I'laianiaiieuiiaiv. nom ny urug-
gist, or sent by express on receipt of SI.
UflU'e. .'JS Murray Street. Xw Ym-U-
mv) A YKAIt. or ta
uay 111 vnur own loculltv
K omen do as well
lien. Jlimv muku nmro
than the amount stHted
aluL-j. K,. ... n... r..n
make monev fust. A 11V mtti ran in tint uil V.ti
cau make from Mic to f-J uti hour by devoting your
even tms und spare time to the business. It coats
uothlngtolry the liualnesa. Nnthlm. IIV.. it a,.
money making evuroiWi.ii iu.f,,r., 1111.1,,,...
aut and strlctry honorahlo, Header, If you want to
know nil about tho best paying business before tho
public, send us your address and we will surd you
full particulars and private terms freejsamplv
worth i.1 also free i yon ran then make tip your
mltid forvoursulf. Addreaa liKOKUK STlSlfinV
Co., Portland, Matu. ' .
wacU lu your own town, s out lit flee. No
sk. Header. If vim want a l.n.in.... ..
'! Pursoui ofslthersei can mako great
l,.,r.?!,.,.h:!!2' " work, wrtto for pirtlcuUn to
ttxllKliiKcar 1 S"al1 DOt only vote for Hancock, but
ZIS tMrdy11 I0' 'liS CleCtiD" S0na'
ntluT. it u capable of fflectinif the follow inir re tor tonklmg had been standing with fold-
f i .
NEW SERIES NO
LATEST DY TKLEORAPII.
KXI'UESS TKAIN WBECKED.
Ikdian.u-oi.is, Ind., July 10. Tho Van-
Ualia express, which left St. Louis last even
ing, was ditched by an open switch at Belle
vHio this morning, twenty miles west of this
city,whilerunningat rapid spced.The engine
was totally wrecked, and the postal, express,
baggage and tho first passenger coach bad-
ly upliutered. Benjamin W. Diliahunt,
Ernest Uuvcisaw and Ellis Wilder, postal
clerks, were severely bruised and cut by
flying splinters; so also Amos Hollenbeck,
the express agent. Nick Dodson, engineer,
suffered a compound fracture of the leg,
aud was dangerously cut about the head
nnd ncck. Charles Unz, a tramp, stealing
a rule, was fatally ciushed. He was
brought to this city but livea at Jetferson-
rille. The luss to the railway company is
very heavy. The accident was owinir to a
siecpy hrakeman who threw the switch
when the train was only a few yard distant.
A KAItMEK'a FATAL PPI1EC.
Decatl'h, 111., July 13. On Monday of
this week a man living about twenty miles
southeast of Decatur, by the name of
Myhisser, came to the city with a load of
wheat which he sold. lie then bought a
jug of whisky and started tor home. On
the way his team took fright and ran with
great speed over rough places, throwiug
him upon the wagon bottom. , As he wal
considerably intoxicated ho could not get
up and he was so jolted that ho was nearly
dead when found within two miles of his
home lying upon his back on the wagon
bottom with his money scattered around
him. He died soon after being discovered.
New York, July 15. Senator Conkling,
Gen. Daniel Butterfleld, Gen. CTestcr A.
Arthur aud several other gentlemen stood
out on the iron pier at Coney island on
Wednesday of last week, conversing on the
canvass. r.pn iiufnr(tM
pnoko in nriwr. nf fl.m n.,,i i !
1 praise 01 Oen. Hancock, and Said :
eu arms looking out on the sea. He caught
1 a .
me last words of Gen. Butterfleld and
turning to turn said warmly, "I don't
Maine you Dan, Hancock is a good fellow."
RAILROAD FIKEMAX KILLED.
Cextkalia, 111., July 13. Another dis
... .i tin ,3
man ouine Illinois Central this morning
His name was Peter Vutighn, age 19 years,
ITia nnr.inta rnt.l.. In r.l ?
..iuu n-u.nt in vuamjiaign. jig ran
as fireman for Geo. Granger, engineer, be-
ttl'ann filar nitu At
."v.uinon.iy uuu mis. iuis morning
between here and Central City Granger
ruisseu mm ami running the train back
found him crushed to death. No one knows
how it happened
Jliss J was on the war south t
spend the winter with some relatives. Her
friends Mr. and Mrs. II were her tmv.
cling companions as far as f!ol,Ul.,mnr,i,
where they separated. Miss J h ftvincr
about a hundred miles more of railroading
to do alone, as a teleiraui rcceivml ,it
Goldsborough stated that her expected es
cort could not meet her there. As usual.
tho passengers on the brauch road w.-r.t
few, and Miss J was the only lady on
The conductor was an ex-confederate can-
tain u peculiar characteristic of southern
roads, lie was a native of tho town t.
which Miss J was ticketed, nnd tunc
very anxious to find out who his fair pas
senger was. His rather officious offers tn
assist ner in mining Mr triends when she
should reuch her destination were) rnflior
coldly refused, lie finally got desperate.
and appealed to au ancient "entlomnn in
the car (a friend of his) to assist him. Pres
ently tlie old gentleman crossed tin- mr
took h seat immediately behind
I traveller, and uddressinjr'her very politely,
I said: "My frieud Captain P is verv
anxious to know who vou are."
Lookinir up from the nai'cs of her novel.
Miss J said: "You didn't tell him. did
lie was so throit'dily taken aback that
it wus soiint moments before he recovered
himself sufficiently to stammer, "n-no."
" I hank you," said Miss J . irratefullv
and coolly resumed her reading.
The crestfallen old "Mercurv" retired tn
the smoking car, and our traveller was an
noyed no more. Editor's Drawer, in
Harper s Magazine for August.
"CiNcilo Qi'lMNK." As a febrifii.Te.
tonic and anti-periodic is declared bv nhv-
sicians to bo superior to Sulphate Quinine,
and is vastly cheaper, tho dose being the
same. It can be obtained of all drurrintst.
I or will be sent, postage prepaid, on receip
of price, f 1 .50 per ounce, bv BilliiiM.rinrm
.(. f. ! !..... n...... ar" n '
VV VH., vneillltllN, 4MISIOU, JUaSS.
LOOKING OUT FOR THE FUTURE.
A younir lady rcsuliuir near Relfiwr. in
Ireland, was visitimr some relatives In V
Jersey a few winters ago, Shu pretended
10 tie very much puzzled over the Demo.
emtio state of affairs in our republic. Tho
village baker wns a justice of tha peace,
and a shoemaker hud been elected assem
blyman, whilo the State senntor from that
district was a coarse, illiterate man
none of them by anv means gentle
men, an she rjodwtood 1 : the world.
wcut . Mtlnj j: with
thf ; chl(-
t . . . . " mai on tne nonathe
butcher's boy had greeted her, and offered
to assist her in putting on her skates
"1 ou didn't allow him to do so, did yon r
demanded her friend a little indignantly. .
"Oh yes." sho said, and skafri with
too. I didn't know but he'd be president
of tho United States gomo day, and I didn't
want to offend him'-Editor's Drawer, in
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS NORMAL UNI
Cariiondale, Jackson Co., III., July 5.
Tho seventh academic year of this iwrti
Jutl wl commenco Monday, SepUmbcr
0, 1880, and will continue, with a recess of
two weeks at Christmas, till Monday May
20th, 1881. The session will bo divided
into three terms as follows, viz :
The fall term for tho first Monday iu
... vl) uuu nxuita. a. recess oi iwo
The winter term begins Jan. 3d, 1881,
and continues ten weeks to March 11.1881.
TliA Dlii'tn.. ....... I r ... .
...v nr....s luiiu uegins aiarcn li, laol,
and continues eleven weeks.
The special session for fnnr h
prior to the fall term, beginning Monday,
August second prox. aud will continue five
The same able faculty will continue to
givo instruction and administer discipline
...... ju.. xi ia uui ioo niucrt o say
none abler can bo found, and tho building,
apparatus, library, museum, and general
facilities arc the best in tlie country. Eight
hundred students can be accommodated!
inc design is to fit voun'r
men and women for the
work and duty of teaching and of course,
incidentally for all the afluirs of IifV Our
students by hundreds are in tho country
and are testimonials to the worth of the in
stitution and the influence of the training
they havo received.
To those pledcinff themselves tn tonrh in
the public schools ofthe stato tuition is
free, but a charge of $3 and f2, per term is '
made for incidentals, such as paper, ink,
pens, etc., for the dailv exnensea nf Ilia
srliiiiil Tit ntl, :-. . .
" luui in u nominal
spiu is charged.
Access to Carboudalc is easv. uml tho fa
cilities for board are excellent. In rood
private families the nrice is from 2.ftn
5 per week. Young people can arrange
for boarding in clubs at $2.00 and can pro
vide for themselves at It.no 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 acconnt
the cost of travel,) at considerably less
prices than are promised elsewhere. Almost
any study wanted bv anv studf nt run Iw.
pursued every term, "and certainly every
one within the year.
Carbondale is beautiful- healthful, intelli
gent and moral. No better place in tlie
United States can t.e found for a s hool and
every attention will be given to make study
a success to thoso 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.
Bitows's I1oi-8eiioij Panacea is the
most effective pain destroyer in the world.
Will most surely quicken the blood wheth
er taken internally or applied externally,
aud thereby more certainly relieve pain,
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It cures pain in the side, back or bowels,
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"Brown's Household Panacea" should bo
m every family. A teaspoonful of the Pan
acea in a tumbler of hot water (sweetened
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Mem Sickness. unUutibtudiv witu i-im.
dren, attributed to other Causes, is nd'.-liiinn
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jury to the most delicate chihl. This val
uable- combination has ' been successfully
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lutely sure in eradicating worms, so hurtful
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-curing tho most inveterate case of akin
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ward off malarial fevers, cleansing tho sys
tem and bowels of all impurities, restoring
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Price So cents a Imi.x, five boxes $1 Oint
ment 50 cents, three boxes fl.23. Can bo
sent by mail to any address on receipt of
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Hi'NDitEDs ok Ladies, who havo been
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ivo for tho numerous kiduey, liver and
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All druggists sell it, and none except thoso
iu iieneu neauii can aitord to be with
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