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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
ivut MuiiNina (anmuv ixcrnD).
Only Morning: Daily in Southern Illinois
largHst Circulation of any Daily in
Bout born IlllnolN.
official rirsR or city and countt.
The library ot tlic IfnivrrKitv or St.
Petersburg conLilh KW,.J1 vohiiiK-',
20,000 less than the As:or library.
Cincinnati hiiiles ilo not wear govy in
nowa.layg, according to (lie Oiii'in
uati iincrd. They wear toiloU.
Carlvlcaml Uiiskinaro to Intro stai.
tics. Tlio crankiest j)COlo in Die
world can kUiii! that sort of thai.
Charlotte ia tho only town in North
Carolina wliero physicians have to
pay for license to praclico tlioir pro
The poach orcliftril of John II. Par
noil, In Troup county, Ga is tho larg
est in the worM. It covers '2i0 acie"
A company that has been experi
menting in Florida with Palmetto for
making paper has met with such grat
ifying success that it will erect about
twenty paper-mills in various parts of
that Hute, when palmetto trees grow
in abundance, ami where the transpor
tation facilities are good.
Tho Albany Evcnxny Journal says :
"A Western girl at Long liiancli
hop wore a green overskirt, pink over
dress and )ellov roses in her hair. At
the sight of her so many people faint
ed that tho llnor managers induced
her to seek the seclusion her apart
Mr. Spurgcon of tho London Tab
ernacle, is a ruartyr to gout, and is un
able to walk any considerable distance.
Jlq, is described as being short ami
thick in stature, and as having a broad
face, a large flat nose, with wide nos
trils and Unci lips.
It was Schiller who foretold the lo
comotive, in his play of "Dio Piccolo,
mini." Even Captain Eads lias been
forestalled by a dramatist in his
chenio of a ship railway across the
Isthmus. In Fielding's "Colfeo-House
Politician," Politick, who had con
trived ft plan to pay off the debts of
the nation without a penny of money,
eays t "And how do you think it is to
be compassed? Why, by procuring a
machine to carry ships by land about
hundred miles, and so prosecute the
East India trado through the Mctlil
tcrrancau." A small soul depcuds on a roaring
Uanie and a great cloud of smoke to
let the world know it is on fire. The
sun lias a better way; for without
iioiso or futno it blesses all with heat
New York World : A rcmarkablo in
stance of tho persistence of an impres
sion, unquickemxl by repetition
through more than forty years, is that
of a gentleman living in New York.
On Dec., 16, 1 835, occurred tho great
fire which swept the First ward cast
of Broadway find below Wall street,
and destroyed property worth about
$18,000,000. At that time the guar
dians of the city's peace were not po
liceman clad in uniform, but consta
bles dressed like common citizens and
distinguished from them only by car
rying long staves with which toad
monish disorderly charcters. The sub
jeet of the story, then a boy io years
of age, was present at tho fire, and
thcro saw a young, black-haired con
aiablo strike with Ms stall' a man who
was raising a disturbance. A few
days ago, while crossing tlic river in a
fcrrv boat, tho gentleman saw a gray
headed old policeman, and it -instantly
occurred to him that this was the olli
ccr whom ho had seen striko the man
forty-five years ago. Ho spoke to
him on tho subject, and found that
his recollection was entirely correct,
the oilicer having been at tho 11 io and
remembering tho occurrence perfectly,'
he gave, moreover, details whkh
' showed that thcro was no mistake of
identity in tho matter. Tho case is
remarkable enough to find its way .in
to the text-books, as the account is
THE EMEU COOT II.
During lb month of August, 1821,
ne of tlic brightest "stars" in the
we(ern dramatic horizon presented it
lf In fl'o person of Junius Timlin
Booth, ((lioDth, whoKToiiipanid
by his wife, arrived at Norfolk, Va(
in n voevl from ihc Island of Madeira.
Whr he ram to the United Stolen at
the time mid thowav ho did. unher
alded and unknown. T have never been
Informed. JTn printed himself to
Mr. fillfert. Mm Ttlchruond manager,
mil said lie wished to perform In that,
rltv. I understood h had no letters
oflntrodtieMon, and there were snmf
doubts whether he was tho real p.ooth
or some imnudent adventurer, who.
havliiir heard that Mr. Iloolh rnn tem
plate! vMtln" Arneviea, took th's pe
culiar wr of introducing hiirwlf.and
if possible "liumbugffing" the Yankees
liefore the real Booth should arrive.
The llielminnd tntiCiw, nlwavs ready
for some bold and unusual adventure,
arranired with Mr. Hon Hi for one night
and a conditional extension of the en
pgemont Mr. P.ooth made Ids first
.appearance In the United Ktates tbfw
.and at that time In "Richard TIT."
Mr. Richard Uuell, who was svjhijr
'as manager of the Petersburg theatre
-In the absence of Mr. Caldwell, hap
Vned nheir of tho anpear.iiKo of a
Mr. IWithiin Richmond, and went to
that rlty trthscerlaln who the person
was asumli;g that name, and camo
back hlprhly pleased with the man,
aylng ho had engaged him ono nltrlit
to play In Petersburg, then 1o finish
hu engatfeniont in Richmond and rn
1urn to Petersburg for a number of
ldjjhti. Ho had selected "Richard III.'
for hi first apcaraneo in Petersburg.
Tha play was cast and nut up in tho
frocu-room, and tho night on which
it was to bo performed stated. Ou tho
morning of the day pet apart the larrro
bills posted on tie corners of the
streets announced "the first appearance
of the great tragedian, J. It. Ttooth,
from the London theatres. Corent
Garden and Drury Lane." Tho plav
was called for rehcarsel at 10 o'clock
A. M. ; fit the proper time the rehear,
ml commenced,!)!! t wi thou t M r. Boot h,
1 In had not arrived ; but the manager
paid tho rehearsal must go on and he
would have Mr. Booth's scenes re.
hearsed after lie arrived. I think they
had reached the fourth act of tho
play, and I was sauntering near the
head of tho stairs that led up to the
stage, when a small man, that 1 took
to bo a well-grown boy of about 16
years of ngo, caino running up the
stairs, wearing a roundabout Jacket
and a cheap straw hat, both covered
with dust, and inquired for tho stage
manager. I pointed across the stajjo
to Mr. Russell, who at that moment
observed tho person with whom 1 was
converging, and hurried toward us and
cordially grasping tho hand of tho
strango man, said : "Ah, Mr. Booth, I
am glad yon have arrived ; wo were
fearful something serious had happen
ed you." 1 don't think any man was
ever mora astonished than I waa then
in beholding this meeting, h It, pos
sible that this can he tlte great Mr,
Booth, that Mr. Rus-cll says is "un
doubtedly the best actor living?" and
1 began to think Russell was trying to
put up some joke upon us all. I ob
served, however, that when the small
man came upon the stage to rehearse his
scenes he was quite "at home," und
bliowe I a knowledge of tho business
of the character that a mere novice or
pretender could not have acquired.
Ho inn through tho rehearsal very
carelessly, gave very few special or pe
culiar directions, tried the combat
of tho l:il act. over twice, and
said: "That will do," and tho re
hearsal was over, lie then told Mr.
llusfcll that ho had been a few min
utes too late for the stage-coach that
had left Richmond early in tho morn,
ing, and that he soon after started on
foot and had walked all tho way
twenty-live miles; that his wardrobe
had been 6cnt to tho stage office before
ho was up, had been taken by tho
coach, and he supposed was ready in
tho city for tho proper claimant.
When the curtain ro;c at night all
the company were on the alert to sen
the supposed great actor makn his en
trance before the audience. When the
proper scene opened Mr. Booth walk
ed on the stage, made no recognition
of the reception applause, and in an
apparently meditative mood began tho
soliloquy of "Now is the winter of our
discontent," which he delivered with
seeming indifference and with little,
if any, point, somcthiugaftor the man
ner of a school-boy repealing a lesson
of which ho had learned the words
but was heedless of their mcaning.and
then made his exit, without receiving
any additional applause. 1 was not
where I could ascertain the impression
made upon the audience, but on the
stage, at the side-scenes, the actors
were looking at each others in all
kinds of ways expressive of astonish
mcnt and disgu.it. I was standing
near Mr. Ronton, an old actor, t he King
Henry of the evening, and ns I turned
to go away ho said: "What do you
think of him, Mr. Ludlow?" "Think?"
1 replied, "why, 1 think, as I thought
before, that he is an impostor. What
do you think of him?" "Why, sir,"
said Brenton, "if tho remainder of his
Richard should prove like the begin
ning, 1 have never yet, I suppose, seen
the character played, for it is unlike
any lever saw; it may bo very good,
but I don't fancy it." I found that
among the company generally a like
estimate of the great man prevailed,
Mr. Russell being the only exception';
he having witnessed Mr. Booth's act
ing in Richmond, still persisted in say
ing lie was tho greatest actor ho had
ever seen. His scene with Lady Anne
where lie encounters and interrupts
the funeral procession of King Henry
VJ., was as luniu and pointless as his
first soliloquy. I had seen George
Frederick Cooke perform Richard HI.
about leu years prior to the lime 1
saw Mr. Booth first, at which period
I was a youth of 16 years of azo, when
impressions are vivid and lasting, and
1 had retained a perfect recollection of
the effects Mr. Cooke produced on his
aud.ence, myself included; and it
seemed to me that no great actor would
pas through these two bcenes with
that cureless indilleieuce that Mr.
Booth cviuad. . It has ever remained
a mystery tome why Mr. Rjoth al
ways blighted tin) liivt two acts of
"Richard III.," and I can only account
for iloii tho supposition that it was
Willi a view ot reserving his powers for
the remaining three acts, in which con
siderable physical us well as ineuul
efforts are required ; and yet, when I
lirst met Mr. Booth, he did not appear
to be deficient in physique. 1 retained
iny first impression of Mr. Booth un
til he came to the fourth act, where,
inasccno with Buckliighsiii, ho hints
at the murder of tho young princess,
Then I thought 1 discovered something
worthy of a great actor. From thai
ou hi acting was unique and wonder
full 1 had never seen anyone produce
such effects and conio so near my ideas
of tho character; not even Mr. Cooke,
who was as fur below Mr. Booth in
tho last two acts as he was above him
in the first three. When the curtain
fell upou the linUhing of t.hu play
llicro was a bur-l of applause from
audience and actors ucli as 1 will ven
turu to say Puiersourg never kuew be
fore nor has known miioc. After this
one night's performance Mr. Booth re
in rued to Richmond, un I finished his
Oriental I'ortuue. telling.
lu few countries in tho world can
the adventurous wiuht who wishes to
peer into the future have his desirn so
easily gratified, in so many different
ways, as lu Japan, While in we-tcru
nations divination is merely the sub.
jeet of research and speculation among
scholars, or, at most, is found at in
tervnls in rural districts, fur from the
busy haunts of men, startling the
aposllo of tho nineteenth century civ
lllzation with its twelfth century su
pcrstition, hero lu Japan it Is a living
loree, exercising Its influence on the
trader, tho fanner, pilgrim, and evuu
on the course of love Itself. Nor is it
confined to tho poor and lowly ; mem
CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 14, t830.
bers of the higiicr uhiscs, and the
wealthy do not ilU lain to make uso of
tho diviner, and he is equal to tho
tasdi. Fora:?w, orcvuu u ttoi, he
will tell tho poor maiden whelner her
lover Is faithful, or tho cool io whether
his pilgrimage will prosper; while,
for his nobly patrons ho cun perform
un elaborate ceremony, in houio cases
possessing evcu religious sanctions of
the most solemn kiwi, for which ho is
quite ready totnu ept a hundred, fivo
hundred, or evofi a thousand yen. On
this subject, a passage almost us up
pllc.thlc to Japan us to China may bo
quoted here Iroin Dr. IXamy's littln
work on "Folk-lore of China,"
"Divination is in China as popular
as,aiid probably more respectable than,
it was among the Israelites in the days
of the witch of Emior, and it is not
perhaps going too far to say that there
is not a single means resorted to in tho
West, by way of lifting the impene
trable veil which hides the future ironi
the curious of iiianklu l, which is not
known to und practised by the Chinese.
From ' Pinking the Bible" to using
the plauchette, from tossing foro td or
even to invoking spirits or to actually
speak through crafty iiie.ti.i,tlio whole
range of western superstition in this
regard is us familiar to the average
Ciiintimanas to the mot enthusiastic
spiritualists at home. Tho coincidence
of practice and belief are indeed so
startling that many will doubtless see
in them a Hort of evidence cither for
their truthfulness or for a common
origin of evil."
It is not intended at present Io de
scribe more than one mode which is
universal umong the lower classes, and
which can be seen at wurk every day
in the temples of the more corrupt or
poorer sects of Buddhists inTokio and
elsewhere. Tho materials are very
simple. A small rectangular or oo
long box is tilled with slips of bam
boo, each about six inches in length,
and having a number written on the
cud. These can be sliaken out, one by
one, through a holo in the end of tho
box ; and, according to tho number on
tho lirst stick, the uiviner delects from
a drawer in a cabinet close at hand; a
printed slip of paper containing tlio
inquirer's late. Tic boxes vary ue
cording to ago or sex; but the number
of boxes in possession of one tcmplo
rarely exceeds sixteen, cighl for the
various ages and two tor the sexes,
with corresponding drawers in the
cabinet. The stock in trade being so
small, and tho divining priest gener
ally holding Pome other occupation
about tiie temple, he can afford to sell
his wares cheaply. Yet on festival
days he Amst receive a large sum. At
the temple between Ktwaki and the
sea, the writer has si.eu us many as
I'do pciMins draw the divining sticks
Mtikitjt wo fa'hi&H it is called in
an hour, and all of them seemed to
treat the ceremony with tho utmost
seriousness and solemnity, generally
stepping out before drawing liie stick,
and elevating their hands in prayer to
This form of divination seems to be
connected with Buddhism, us wo lind
it also used in joss-houses in China.
Tho box and sticks urc rarely found
among the possessions of un itiner
ant fortune-teller, and even then he is
regarded us an impostor, or a priest'
who lias been discharged for his mis
conduct from his temple.
TIT I'KLU I'll AX I Ell.
The barley bows Iroin tlm f-l
llcforc tlic delicate lirforc
That many r nail iMirvhseil
As It swept the s.ii)jliire eons.
It ban found thegunlcn awret,
Anil the ponjiy's cup it mays-,
And tlic. KoMun rnrhof wlicut;
And iU 'Ireainy touch it layi
On the hriivy iniutumellc,
Anil it .teals tls enlors line,
On tho pnnblc" ilow y yet,
On tlm jiIiIoacs nM (is wine.
Where the ttpneyswkls brlijht,
Ktorma the sunny )mr:h with flowers
Like a lemiTHt ol ilfliKhl
Miaking frajonnre down In cnowerj.
)t touches with niry prsrc
Each cluHteriiiK pfifiinicl 6jray,
( lufps all inn, liht oiidufice,
And silently wander nway.
' Come forth In llio air divine,
Thou dearest, my rrinvn of blisal
Give that (lower bwimiI i lieek of thine)
To tho morning brwie to kiss.
Add but thy ieil'cct preseneo
To Rlftdden my lui.iy eyes,
And I would not cljiinx" earth's willing
l or the dawns of Paradise!
The Lover's (Juarrol.
I eoubl not be sr all that they imist have said j
But as I sat beside thu lillln h I ream
I watched them part, with just ono angry
8ti panned me quickly nitli a ilown-drooped
Red cheeks, eyes flaOiii' nidi a n-ornful
K lea in,
A hfcly slepus by deep c, kkmi Min-oil;
She did not I in n, nor bxiU lurk wln re ho stood;
Hut anlhud quickly In tin- thick utim-ii wood.
I watched him eldi, then noli-d how ho fnuod
At lior retreating I'oiin. be w hilied low
And softly to hiniM'lf in dnrpctt llioiifbt
He whispered, " Is tin; vexed ?"-ilien wa
That 'twas, in truth, Mie rriilly mennt to go.
He looked once iiii'vc, as if uidci-d be fought
To bring her back; but on sim went Hint dy
Then be went, too -but lwas the other way.
They never met again ; hut oft 1 -o
The girl, a woman io'owu, rou.e lr this seat,
And gate Into the eh cum with I car. worn
And then I wonderwby nirh things thntibl bet
If she bad turned her I. rail, m- i-tuyu I tier feel
Life would have allerrd, loin's I rlglit sunny
Bhoneo'ur her ever! "I Is but things like t his
Tbal form our lives, un I make our woe or
According to the DfityiiW Uit'cutm'
ground mustard, mixed with a littln
water, is on excellent acnt for cleans
iug tho hands after holding odorous
imbalances, such as cod liveroil, tntisk,
valerianic acid an. I its salts. Scale pans
and vessels niny also be readily freed
from odor by tlto same method. A.
llubor suites that all seeds, when pow.
dered, will answer this purpose. In
tho case of almonds and mustard, the
development of ethereal oil, under tho
influenco of water, niny perhaps bond.
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aitiouai UCip io Mean vy luiviu imois,
Itching l'ileH Symptoms and Cure.
The Nvuiptouis are moisture, like pers
piration, intense itching, increused by
scratching, very distressing, particularly at
night, as il pin worms were crawling lu and
ubnut tho rectum ; thu private pints are
MDinetiuicsuflV'Ctud; if allowed to continue,
very serums results my follow. Dr.
Kwityne's All llcalimr Ointnicut is a pleas
ant snro cure, Also, fur Tetter, Itch, Halt
Klieurn, Scald Ib-ml, Ki-ysipelas, Barber's
Itch, Blotches, all Hculy t.'rusty Cutaneous
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Mi-nt by mail to any address on receipt of
prico in curnncy or threo cent pounce
stumps. Prepared only by Dr. Swnyne &
Son, 3110 North riixth Mteet, Philadelphia,
Pa. Sold by all pn rniuint druggists in
Cairo and o sewhere.
Sway nti's Pills are tho best for all bil
ious disorders. They ward oil Chills nml
TimiTY Ykaiis' Kxi'i.kik nck ok an Old
Nr.itsK Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup is
the inscription of one of tho best female
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and has been tiMid (or thirty years with
never failing sufctv and .success by inillioiih
of mothers and children, from tho feeble
infant ot one week old to tho adult. It
corrects acidity of the stomach, relieves
wind colic, rrtnilates tlio tmwcls, Mid gives
rot, heiilth und comfort to mother ami
child. We believe it the bct and surest
remedy in the woild, in nil eases of disen
ti.iy and ilinnluea in children, whether it
arises from teething or from any other
cause Full directions for using will ac
company each bottle. None itemiine un
less the fjo simile ol Curtis & Perkins is nn
the onlside wrapper. Sold by all medicine
dealers. Twenty-live cents a bottle. (H)
Tin; Voltaic Pr.i.T Co., MArtsiiAU.,
Mn n. --Will send thfirci-h hrat.nl Electro
Voltaic Belts to the afflicted upon DO day
trial. peedy cures uuunuiteed. They
mean what tln-y suy. Wr.e to them with
out del iv.
To ache or not to ache that's the ques
tion. This cheerful conundrum, ye rheu
matic tsuft'erers, is by no means as difficult
as a proposition m Euclid. Try Dr. Thom
as' Eclectrie Oil and you will fiud it just as
e;isy not to ache as to ache. Sold by
Paul (J. Sciiuh.
M.irc ca-es of sick headache, bilious
ness, constipation, etc., can be curid in less
time, with less medicine and for less money
by tifing Carter's Little Liver Pill-- thnn by
any other means.
To u'd who are suffering from tho errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness,
early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
send a recipe that will cure you, freo ot
charge. This great remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
a self-addressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph
T. Iniuan, Station 1), New York City.
How Happiness is Scenred.
rifippint?3 is the absence ot pain or an
noyance, and wherever there is pain there
is disease. A pain in the lower portion of
the body indicates a disorder ot some kind.
If there is any odor or color or deposit in
the urine it means disease, and requires at
tention at once. Wc have heard many of
our t'rituds speak of the rc-m.irkablo power
of Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure,
and are convinced there is nothing so cer
tain ond valuable for all disorders of the
urinary system, both male and female.
II. K. ilonoi:, Cambridge, Mich., .-ays:
I have been afflicted with Asthma for year,
an "Only Lung Pad" gave me immediate
relief. I can recommend it as the greatest
remedy ever produced. See Adv.
Van Stom: & Bnosr.v. Wholesale and
Betail Druggists, Toledo, Ohio, says: We
have bold large quantities of the Excclsioi
Kidney Pad, and have been surprised at the
unvarying satisfaction given by them. See
Jacoii Smith, Clinton St., Buffalo, says
he has used Spring Blossom in his lainily
as a general medicine for cases of Indiges
tion, Biliousness, Bowel and Kidney com
plaints, and disorders arising from impuri
ties of the blood, he speaks highly of its
efficacy. Prices: 50 cents, trial bottles 10
Stop That Cough.
If you are suffering with a cough, cold,
asthma, bronchitis, hay fever, consumption,
loss of voice, tickling in the throat, or any
affection ol the throat or lungs, use Dr.
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This is tho great remedy that is causing so
much excitement by its wonderful cures,
curing thousands of hopeless cases. Over
one million bottles of Dr. King's New Dis
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For sale bv George K. OTlura. Druggist,
Cairo, 111. ' (3)
No remedy for kidney diseases hereto
fore discovered can be held for one mo
ment in comparison with Warner's Safe
Kidney and Liver cure. C. A. Harvey, 1).
I)., Washington, D. C.
Colons. "Brown s Bronchial Troches
are used with advantage to alleviate cough,
sore throat, hoarseness and bronchial affec
tions. For thirty years these Troches have
been in use, with annually increasing favor.
They are not new and untried, but, having
been tested by wide and constant use for
nearly an entire generation, they havo at
tained well-merited rank among tho few
staple remedies of the age.
Tim Tiiito.vT. "Brown's Bronchial Tro
ches" act directly on the organs of tho
voice. They have nn extraordinary effect
in all disorders of the throat and larnyx, re
storing a healthy tone when lelaxed, cither
from cold or over-exertion of tho voice, and
produce a clear and distinct enunciation.
Speukcrs and singers Und the Troches use
A Cofou, Cold, Catakihi of sore throat
requires immediate uttention, as neglect of
tentimes results in some incurable lung dis
eases. "Brown's Bronchial Troche" almost
invarishly give relief. Imitations Bre offer
ed for sale, muny of which are injurious.
The genuiiiu "Brown's Bronchial Troches"
are sold only iu boxes,
4 if Yearn Jtcfore the Public.
Dr. C. MoIANE'S
arc not recommended asa remedy " for all the
ills that fled) is heir to," hut in nlWtions of
the Liver, and in all Bilious Complaints, Dyt.
pepsin, and Sick Headache, or diseases of
that character, they stand without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No belter cathartic can be used prepara.
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are unequ.iled.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never su'.ir-coaleit.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid with
the imprea.iion, McLANK'S LIVER TILL.
Each wrapper hears the signatures of
C. McLanh and Fi.f.mino Bkos.
fisy Insi-t upon having the genuine DR.
C. Mi LANE'S LIVER PILLS, prepared by
FLEMING I1KOS., Pittsburgh, Pa.,
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLutu; spelled differently but
OvfrOMPcl'NO SYRUP Mft
l.NCKsSlvn ANXIKTV. or rUubu.M.ld;
1-' Mlt'llY, will iiro'luce luflrmlly to the Nerv
ous hystuin. In prnjinrtlou ns ihu strength of tli
ysleiu U O) pi-iiili-il upnii tin- tin ii.l iu truuliiiHl
tiionulit. so un ilie orhLs f (llsi'sllmi. aciiuiila
linn nn. I nutrition n ud'-riMl tnaitivc nml Khyirlah
mi proiorliou ai the S)sli'iu bce.miii.- luilrin v ry
Iliiiivniu.Hi D.i" some one urinn II. ul I- cl;i-r thnn
liie rt-ft , mifl this is slwnys the Qr-t tntuUVr diirln.'
U'Tvoun Iiruiirttl ion ; lor tsYHiiiplr. utflirliiii; u'U
sufin-tiii'.i cmii.-i tolnl lei-pcn-inn of lln- mu-. u
lur aetl.in ol the heart, when tln )uti..-iit is d. lill-ItuO-il.
proJiirii,k' miiliiitn l.cniori liu ami il,-atli
No doulit ui.y loiici-r remains of Un- pmrtibUity ol
restoring tin iii rvous stm, nrd nrou'li the
i. rvi-s tin inii-r.lfs of t!.f lin.ir'l i rvn 11 .
I.OWh' ( U.l'(ll'NI s V 1CI " of llVI'OfllOS
I'llirKlS liim li'" li lH'),r. to imichihi surh power
in ri'iiio r!i- h'-iair-ei. I will itii;.'ij" r'r to
uVeri-Ollle ..tlijl O.lll I', .--'in- Alto hie &'( llnUnne.l
1m look upon I1., i-diok iilc. tiii tti.o On pleus
i.n: ,i. 'i,i , oiiii'inij iiiis ,uni r.Mii ! iirn O)
v !ue -r: 1 ei.joy :n:n Iho.-j' sitaiy C,pl.v
ilii.-ii.- ioi -x liners, will itt.tt In tlm Syrup n prii
moier i:f i.. porter of i-iolnraoi-e ;ri lh- br..iti.
'I'li.T. l'i no iiti'iinlily in liie lai-l that i-.n luip:ilr
el .V rwe.i. Sv (-ni ai-in l.'ouinmptlon. N-iirst
I'W. t'.'oi.i liilin, lfpepis. A'tlima. KplliOii; fit
W lot . pilii; ' il;li. Ilesrt line'Sn;, unit M hol of
olUi i-: iIimi wliy Is it ahruril thsl I'l lluwf' ilpo
plolrpllilCH, v uieli ell'eetuallv cuica N', rvou In filt
hy. lioail i j re tin re disiisseii sUo. "lietnuvu the
cau-e anil thu ci ii;plnint will ei-as,-
I'" Look out for the name :nd uddres".. .1 I
FKLI.OA S. St. .lohu.N. I!, on the wrapper In
water murk, wlii, u i aveu by holding the pa;i -r im
fore the liv lit .
SOLD I1Y ALL DKl't.t.IM S
VsnuMctnn r and denier in f'ustom-mJc
BOOTS am) SHOES.
Vinf-t and Xcatetd
stork of Custom
Made Loots tnid
Shoes for Iloj s'itnd
Men's svciir to he
found in the city.
No other shop can
compare with it.
N. It. All work warranted, and Impairing neatly
doue on slroit nojke.
I7ii-1itli Wf Between f'ommerc'al ar.d
J,IL;I1II1 nl., , Washhitftou Ave.
Caico - Illinois.
Boots and Shoes
Prom Sunning ever,
Wearing off on the Side
nd Ripping in the
Kor sale by
C. K O C H,
Manufacturer and dealer hi
MOOTS AND SHOES
ALWAYS esrrles the lrgst ar.d host selected
stock of Custom-Madu Hoots and Shoes for
dents and Ladles w ear of all the Intest styles, also
always on hand a line of Kistern made uooils,
Kulibers. Leather and tlmllnus. Invite all to rail
ud czamlue uoods and price before purchasing.
fpiIK CITY NATIONAL HANK
II. L. UALLIDAY. Vlco-rresldent.
TUOS. W. HALI.IDAY, Cashier.
. STAATS TATLOR, W. P. H AU.IDA T,
RSNHT L. HALMU4T, R. H, OtlNKTNIJUAM,
A. D. WILLIAMSON, STBI'UEK DIIIO,
Eichansrt', Coin and United State BoikIh
HOUUIIT AND 8UI.1).
I)posltirrelvod and a iteneral tinkliij bniluasi
awiii-klnyoiirowntown,$5ontflt free. No
risK. ueniier, ir yon want a misiness al
which persona of either sex can muke ureal
t'ar all the limn they work, write for particulars to
U. HALLK1T A CO.,l urtiBi.
-in.ia.rn t-i-7 -iwvsMawsaii
Ve Mi-iin Cured, Nut Meiely Kt lievPi.
And t'uu Trove Wh.it hu Claim,
tf-) here am mi failures and no disappoint
iiii hTh if you urn trouTed with SK-TrTl U Tl
Ai IU) you ran lm easily and iiulekly curudT""
hutolreils have his n nlremly. Wo shall bo lileasod
10 mail a sheet of Ui-iim, minis P any l7Turi t.xtT-
Vixvicr'n Little Liver Pills
Also rur nil h rms or Illliou-iicss. prevent Constl
pniioii and Iiysperisln, promote IjI.tsiIoii, relieve
distress from t;jo lienrtv enlln, rorreel llisoideit
of the Moms'.!', Htiiuulstii the Liver, bik! lt'.-rul&te
Ihn ilowi N. They do all Ih'uliy tskiln Just one
llllle pill at !i done. They tr purely vi-(i,.tMe, do
Hot (.'ripe or pure. mil nr" h nearly perfect a.
11 Is po.-ohlu lor s. pill to be. I'r1c tells, 5 for
(I. Sold Ipv dru'lsts i''rvhere or "nl hy n'ill
i Af;Ti:u iiKDii-iSK. in , r.itih. i-a
To .Sen hum Sti'Vi reii-Tliii lir at Kurojiean Ktai
h -III". J. It. .sliiipaoii'sSpei ille Jli illeine,
1)1 J It Hlmpson's t-'pecll'c Mulli iiie is a poai
tle rure 1 1 r Mperiuutorrti a. Iu,ioi, ney, WenUr.oas
and all d!sase r, siillini; Iroin .self A liiise. as Iser
viiu liehililv, Irrll!iht. .Men! il Atiih-ty, I.aii-e.or,
L'issiliidi.', Ileprisshii bl .spirits and fitiietior.i;! de
rimseineiii" ol thu Netvons Siairm renerally l'ains
111 Hit' k or side, Ln-s of Atemorv, t'r. tratiire Old
.lire suit eiseon-a
that lead In t'on
ty suit an earlv
"rave. r both'.
No matter how
shuttered t h e
sv-iein may he
any kind. a shoit
course it iuis nir-i.ir.iun wi.l n si,.:o toe i, si lum.
tlons and iiioriip- nea'lli und l.appii.i , wh'-ro be
for,; was ilerponi.'eury ami looiu Iho pirirtc
M'dieiin' is biii.K tid with v.CLdtr'ul suf
fers. TsmpMets s. nt fiee to ui!. II r.!' for !';rc ana
Het I u ! 1 psrtlcilar".
1'rie", spi rifle 51 ,ro per psekic. or t".r pack
sl"'- for j On. U ill tie seui b) mall r. n-ipt of
Uioui t Adrlr, ss sll oplers,
.1 It. MMI'MIN'H VKHICINK CO
Nos. P, nd tin. Main hi., IlnJalo.K Y.
(iUAVH M'Kt inc. MKDH'I.N K,
TRADE M'RK.Thetirral Kiij-i'.h lLAlii; MAtK
llemetly, SU 1.11
fMlin i".;re lor
Imj oteniy. r.r.d sll
iIuumi that fol
low as a coue-
tj'jeilLU ii en
meniorv. universal' '-"
lassliude, pulr"n the I'M k. dim Att,. TaVin
nessol vision. nr mature old su'e,ftiku A.a4ia.
and many other din ases that had to lnsai.i'; or
consumption and a pren:atarc crave.
hull particulars iu onr pamphlet, which we dc-f
sire to M'nd fp"' by mail to every ore ThesjH"
ihtr .nn.dlr.hin Is sold. tv all dnnrirists at $1 per
package, six fnrS'i. or "will hu htv tree hy u.mi eii
receipt of tho ruont) bv adriressiuF 1 II K t.ltAf
MKDK INK CO.. No. 5 M, hSi.icn block. Hctnut
Mil h. hold lu Cairo by liurctuy llio.. I'aai Q
Sebuh audtieo K. O'llara. .
Illustrated Masaftnu will inter on Its Sik
yeariullnl. $1 .!H a Year. In ad'.ai.ee. Send for
Samp!" No. snd pri'intuiu l.i New Mib-crlne's
get extra n inite rs hr utierllill)L' now. Addn-as
NtKstKY l'i HLIMhMi OMPANY.
I si' ' V V! ".p" ': r.'"'" (,V'"T
Aililr,s DAN ILL r.
llea'ly. W ishlnjton N. J.
T.owmI prleiM pver k en
on llrrreli lisdsn,
Itlllra, aii-l K-ulrr,
OUR $15 SHQT-GUH
lat cr'-iilly reduced prli-.
- -vnu.ianip ror our
llln.t r.itwl 1 'Mtulo . r,.
V. 1-0 WtM. rtr.i9,t3 Mr.-s. -i i ji 4TI . i.
a tiJiEAT orrEj;!!:;!;'
PIANOS, fcl-si. un. WA!t 'ANTI-I'ii v, rvc-
ord Ilasd Instn.meiit- at Ptli'iAINS. AtiKNTi
WAN'IKI) Jliii-lrsM; CVI l,i Hi: I i'Ki
ItUltACK WA'I i.U- itO., s'Ji lirradwav. N. V
M A. 1 1j T
The New Food
M A I.T H ITT I. It's C'i M 1 1 A N .
B I TT K l .
fl'HKRKIs nn rP ! r Itlood Produn-r (.ri1. ;,:,
' siislainiliK pnuriple 111 the world ol linni .
medicine than .MALT llin tlth, in pi.ird ir, a
Cuferniented Malt, Hops and tntnine. 1hevt'd
the body Slid Hie braiu, enruh the Wood, sulidt.y
thu bones, hnrdeu the murch'H. ijuu-t the tieri.s,
rheor the mind, perfect ilioiioii. n-k'nluU te
stomach and bowels, rlemse the liver and kidneys,
and vitalize ltb m w life every finidoftho body.
Ileware of Iniltallnnn tttiilnrly" named. Look for
the COMPANY'H HldN'A'l I It K which appear
plainly on thu label of every bottle. !nld crtiy
whero. M ALT ItllThltS CO., Iloston, Mass.
New and verv Attractive Stvlea are now read
Best cabinet or Parlor orraoa la
the world, winner of highest d'a
ttnetion at every preat World'!
Kxhihltlon lor thirteen years.
Prices. .M , $f)7, S'i, JM, 10i i
(VM anil iipwaiu. tnt easy pay
ments. (6.;vt a quarter sud up
ward. Cala'.OKUes frPO. MAMOl
ii Hamlin Ork-an CO.. 1M Tre
mont street, Hnston:4 Fast I4tk
street, (Vnlon Hquarc,) New York, 140 WabasU
"vi onrselves by makln j moa
ley when a polden chance ka
li , I I I otrercd, thereby alvayt
Ill'JIJI Iteeplug poverty from yonr
Huor. Those who alway
take advantage of the bk4
chances for maklne money that are offered, cenerai
ly become wealthy, while those who do nol Im
prove such chances remain In poverty. We wart
many men, women, boys and I'irls to ifo work forM
rluhl In their own localities, The. business will
pay mora than ten times ordinary wapes. H'
furnish an expensenslvo outfit and all that yn
need free. No one who eut!U(fea falls to Risks
money rapidly. Yon can devote yonr wholo tilnsj
to the work, or only yonr spam momenta. Ku.'l
Information and all that Is needed sent free. Ad
tlrtss BT1NSON A CO., Portland. Maine,
FOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
Vulcan Iron Works
93 OHIO IiKVKE. CAIRO, IIXS.
John T. Ronnie,
HA VINO established his works at the above mn
tinned place is better prepared thnn evi l for
manufacturing Nteam ICurIuos nml Mill Mivehlnery.
Having a titcaui Hammer and nmple Tools, th
mannfuctura of all kinds of Machinery, Kallroad,
Hteamboiit and IlrldRu KorirluKt made a ateetaity.
Espuclal o'teutlon jriven to repairs of &. tti at d
Brass Cast Inns of ill kinds made to unlet
Pipe K thug In all its brain lies.
H M4 KH i S