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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10, 1880.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
ITIOIAX PATKR OF C ITT AND COUNTY.
Oaly Morning Daily In Southern IllinoiH
I Xjrset Circulation of any Daily in
f Houthern IUinoi.
J The Irish Agitation.
KxcitirtR news from Ireland may be ei
I ected at toy time. The condition of
affairs there is daily becoming more threat
i tning, and the excitement is so intense
I that any act of violence, either on tho part
1 of the government or of tho supporters ol
L'tlie land league, may bring about a conflict
I that will be far reaching in it9 consequence.
I Just now, tho attention of the government
and of the people of Ireland is directed to
wards Lord Erne's estate, in the county of
Mayo. On this estate Mr. Boycott occupies
a large farm. He has resisted the land
league, aDd has refused, and still refuses, to
obey its instructions. The consequence is
that his servants and laborers have deserted
lilm, and he finds it impossible to obtain
the necessary assistance to harvest his
crops. No one in the vicinity dares to ac
cept employment from him. Even the
hop-keepers, the butchers and the bakers
are afraid to supply his wants. The land
leaguers have inspired such terror thut no
.' ie will show Mr. Boycott any sympathy,
S uch less lend him a helping hand. The
)vernment, however, has come to Mr.
lycott'a assistance, and fifty Orangemen,
'ider the protection of a military escort,
ve been sent to him to gather his crops,
e peasants ot the country huve armed
selves, and express a determination to
; cnt the Orangemen from working.
; k. as tho troops are sufficiently
f ig to intimidate the pcoplo
I; ig highly probable tnttt
vnflict will occur. In that event, Ire-
V, U Will - v mvni. ... ..
J;ne8. The great mass of the people
It discontented and ripe for rebellion.
Of course, they could not resist successfully
the power of the government, but in their
present state of excitement they would not
hesitate to resort to arms to secure the re
forms which parlament denies them. The
Land League is perfecting its organization
in every country, and the land question agi
tation is continued with unabated vigor
Tne arrcBt and indictment of lourtccn of
'the leaders of the league has had the effect
of increasing the agitation. If these
.leaders arc convicted there will be
Wnty of others to take their places. It
'is difficult to see what the outcome is to
W The tenants are determined to fix
their own rents. If the landlords evict
hen the lands will remain idle, for the
?land lcaguo organization will permit no one
to occupy the vacant farms. What are the
landlords to do? The government is will
ing to support them, but the government
cannot nlant and harvest the crops. It
( looks as if, in the end, the tenants would
triumph, provided they continue their agi
nation by peaceful means. Mr. Gladstone
la in a dilemma. His sympathies are with
jthe Irish people, and he would like to re
fcrm the land system of Ireland. He can
not do it, however, because the governing
Masses m England are opposed to me re
forms demanded. Tho majority of parlia
ment is againsthim. If he urged the passage
f radical measures for the relief of Ireland
be would soon find himself without a party
and out of power. He has to content him
Wf, therefore, with half-way reforms,
which are neither acceptable nor satisfac
tory to Ireland. It is barely possible that
Mr. Tarnell may have suflkient influence
avert a conflict. He yet has the confi
dence of the people in a marked degree.
Thus far, he has directed and eucouraged
the agitation, with no other purpose than
So force concessions from parliament. It
.ooks now, however, as if he would have to
sake an advanced position if he retains his
''taflnence. It remains to be seen whether
.M will float with the tide, or attempt to
AN INTERESTING LETTISH,
ft RINGS OF A. ORATKKCL If KAHT AMU UIVKH
HONOK WIIKHK HOhOR IS DLK.
J Mr. S. W. Capps, of 8cottville, Macoupin
Jounty, III., writes, under date of Aug. 20,
1880, to Dr. Swayne & Bon: "I sent to
jou for three boxes 'AU-healig Ointment,'
Jiving had the Itching Piles for about
Tventy-three years, and have been treated
'x tbem by eleven different doctors, and
we paid out at least five hundred dol
lyes, I would be safe in saying one
jusand dollars but never was cured of
at itching which annoyed mc almost to
jath. When I became warm, particularly
t night, the itching would begin, and the
aly relict was to bathe in cold water,
VetimcR os often as six or seven times in
M night. I concluded to try your Oint
ment, and have ued two boxes, ond tho
Ssult is a perfect cure, and I will say thnt
is the best Ointment in the world, and
ill recommend it to one and all as such.
IVsyno's Ointment is sold by all druggists.
I hats no more doubt of the beneficial
Jscts of Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver
'ct than I have that the Ueuessc river
unties into Lake Ontario.
Washington, D. C.
Hopping; n Tiger.
I must give you n slight description
of an ndvouturo I had with a tiger on
this trip, nml my miraculous escape.
By Jove! old fellow, luul nny betting
men been there, they won hi nt once
have given tho long odds nil round,
that II. G. would never in this world
receive another scratch of tho pen from
A, M. It occurred on tho 26tli of last
mouth ; so, to niitke n short business
ol it, hero giM!8:
Intelligence was sent in to nie that a
tiyivss that I lnd followed for two or
threo days, having wounded her in tlio
leg before, was lying unlcr a Burgut
tree. Out I went about 12 o'clock in
tho day, souio three inilcs from my
camp. On arriving, 1 s.iw it was u
caso of close quartei v, as the Shik'iico
and tho turn about him only mi ic
si-us mill would not spc;ik; :uul on
quietly asking whero my friend was
hanging out, they poiule.l to a largo
tree, certainly not more than W y:irH
oil'. I took iny rifle and stood facing
the tree, just on tho lino of road my
lady took on going out visiting; a
sign was made I he uww placed on the
hi-his about conmiciicud to shout and
sereani, in ono iintant I hciird the
purring sound likuac.it, but about a
thousand limes louder. Tim Shikaree
pressed my arm, mid told mo I o lake
a steady aim directly I saw her, assiie
was very ghusHii (angry.)
Immediately after tins sho got up,
an l began walking up and down un
der the tree, as you fee a tiger in a
largo c igc, her tail lashing her bIIck,
and sent at limes slap over her buck.
All at once she saw me; rathcrstooped
the forward part of her body, put
back her ears n.s you seo an angry cat,
opened her mouth, gave time or four
low gruwls, and showed mo tho
whitest set of teeth 1 huve ever yet
seen without tho use of tooth powder.
At thib moment I kvelo.l my gnu and
fired, struck her, and no sooner hud
the ball struck than, with one of the
most fearful roars 1 have evor heard,
down sho came upon mc.
Thank God ! 1 was steady and cool,
fired tho second barrel, hit, but could
not stop her. I had just time to get
my second gun from my aid (that great
man's son, who stood as sicadyasa
rock, "may his shadow iucrcasol")
when sho was upon mc. I fired tho
right barrel slap into her chest; but
this was not enough for tho infuriated
brute; sho got nie down right on tho
broad of my back just as 1 was about
pulling tho left trigger; in her rage
she turned a little, and just took my
foot iu her mouth ; on feeling tho pres
sure 1 managed to twist it out liko
lightning: and then sho was on me
with onu paw on each side of my
chest. She then put down her head
with that kind of growling noise,
only much louder, with which a bull
terrier worries any kind of varmint,
right over my throat and chest.
In being throwu 1 had managed to
keep hold of my gun, and on the brute
stooping down to worry mc, 1 shoved
it up in scll'-dufuuce: she laid hold of
it, shook it out of my hand like a
straw, broko it into half-a-dozen
pieces, and in fact ex pen led all her
rage upon it. The ball 1 had put into
her chest began to tell; she reeled
away from me about six yards and
There was an escape for you! It
was tho secret wish of my heart to
see a tiger charge slap up tome; I
havo Bceu it once, and iiow,,by heaven 1
1 never wish to see tho thing again. 1
am now aware what a chanco thing it
is; 1 thought a man, if steady, could
always stop one. The tiger before
this lias dropped dead with one ball ;
but you see this brute, although with
a mortal wound ot winuli hIio died,
might before doing so killed a do.eu
such as I. Had sho mauled my throat
instead of the gun 1 luckily had in my
hand, I thou Id huve been a lost sheep.
Tho lcllows round about would not
believe their eyes, on coming to lift
me up, covered us 1 was all over with
the blood of tho tiger, that I wus un
hurt. You never heard such. "Wan,
Walts?" in your Bfe.
lie who suffers keenly hai great ca-
tacity for enjoyment. There is no
ecu sense of delight except to ono
who has a keen sense of sorrow. The
most appreciative persons are by no
means persons of greatest equanimity.
To bo oblc to feel intensely in ono di
rection, a person must be able to feel
with like intensity in the opposito di
rection, whether ho wants to or not.
He who is always cheerful is never a
person of very strong feeling or ex
ceeding refinement and soiidtivcnoRB.
Ho of all others understands least the
cost of a fine and a high-strung nature.
Few indeed do understand it; and
perhaps it is well that they do not,
that as Mr. Froudoputs it "l'rovi
dence in its kindness loaves most of us
unblessed, or uncursed, with natures
of too fine a fibre."
How a Shop Clerk Was Bought by an
An ingenious, if not truthful, cor.
respondent, writing from Kingston, N.
Y., says: A small social circle in
Saugerticsis now anxiously awaiting
developments in a romantic affair that
has come to light within tho past few
days, iu which a young dry-goods
clerk iu Haugorlics and a Columbia
county girl play tho leading parts.
Tho names of tho parties are suppress
ed, but the iifluir is of such an unusual
character thut it becomes a matter of
public comment. The young clerk
was busily engaged iu cleaning the in
terior of a front show window, when
a fasblonably-dreswd and comely
young woman entered tho store and
asked the proprietor, iu a vivacious
manner, what he would take Tor that
article iu the window, nodding slg
nilieaiifly toward tho youui man.
The proprietor laughingly replied
that he would sell him for a dish of
ho cream. Tho young woman said:
"Very well 1 will take him," and de
parted, returning a littlo lat r in tho
day with a lemalo friend, when sho
invited tho proprietor out to a cro.iin
saloon to bind tlio bargain. Tho pro
prietor entered heartily iulo tho spirit
of the joke, as he looked upon il, and
went with her. On his return to tho
shop tho young, woman accompanied
hiui, and said, as sho started to loavc i
"1 am going home on Monday noon i
so lave that article ready for mc, as I
fcball certainly call for it." Tho clock
thereupon demurred, and said the
bargain would not be binding, unless
ho had a dish of civnm as woll, at
which the young lady kaid;"Very
well, you also shall have the cream,"
and left, returning in a lew uiinuiea
with a dish of cream in her luu.d.
The young man devoured tlio c. cam
and enjoyed a social chat with his
purchaser, and becoming qulto inter
cstod in ner, made up his mind to
slick. On Monday afternoon tho
young woman, true to her promise,
drove up ina hack to tlio shop on
Main street, and out stalked her pur-chu-c,
clad iu a now linen duster and
store c lollies and wulia hand bug
nu. I sun umbrella in hand. Tho haeti
drove off, amid the laughter and best
wishes ot tho fellow-clerks of the
young man, and tlio congratulations
of the proprietor to tho young woman
who warranted tlio young man to
wear well and hold his color, and lh.it
ho would never fade. The party took
the 2:'M train up the river, and on
Monday evening tlio merchant receive-!
a dispaicii from the young wo
man stilting that she hud arrived at
home satcly with her purchase. Tlio
girl is worth about IjL'o.Ouu in her own
name, and is about 20 years old. Tlu
young man is line-looking, has a neat
liitlu bank account ol his own, and all
eay that ihu young woman iniglu ''go
further and tare worse." The tcqnel
to this story, for all stories of this
sort should have a sequel, is rather
unromiiilic. Tlu young man return
ed to his post within a lew days, and
while his lace bears a subline look of
beatitude, he keejis elote mouthed and
will relate nothing of his luhemurcs
during his nbtcirco us a chattel.
J. 11. Morley of Holyoko lias in
vented a machine for sewing buttons
upon shoes. Tho buttons, being
thrown promiscuously into a hop
per are shaken up and down, and drop
one at a time through a valve into a
trough which is grooved at the boU
toni to receive the eye of tho button.
The buttons then slide along tho
trough and are received into holc9 in
a small wheel revolving horizontally.
Dr. Benjamin Ward Richardson,
who is given to somewhat haty ami
wide generalizations on insufficiently
isolated, imperfectly observed ,aud very
few instances, has this to say about
coses iu which persons have lived a long
time on water: "Tho facts of these
examples, painful as they are, are not
without their use. They indicate
that, water being admitted iulo the
body, life may go on for periods far
beyond any that might bo expected,
and they expose altogether the fallacy
about the value of alcohol, when, with
largo quantities of water, it has bceu
administered as a supposed life-sustaining
food." Unfortunately for Dr.
Hichardson's conclusion, at the end of
the recent alleged instance of a forty
day last in New York, although no
alcohol was used whilo the devitaliz
ing process was going on, the person
who is said to have toially abstained
from food other than water and car
bonic acid for so long a time took not
a littlo but a great dual of wiuo for his
stomach's sake an I for his complete
restoration to health.
M. Marcel Deprcz has just brought
out, says the Nature, a new cleciro
motor in which a piston of soft iron
is attracted up and dowu in a hollow
cylindrical electro-magnetic coil with
a motion liko that of an ordinary
steam-engine piston. The main prin
ciple is not new, and it has been utiU
zod by other inventors, but, unlike
tho other practical attempts to em
body it, there is no reversion or inter
ruption of the uiULrnctism of tho soft
iron core or piston of the Deprez ma
chine. This improvement lias been
effected by dividing the soleiioidul
coil into sections, like the separate
coils of the ring annum ro of the
Gramme machine, the current being
thus transmitted first to one part of
the cylindrical coil and then to an
other. The commutator which dis
tributes the current successively to the
various sections is worked by an ec
centric on the shaft of the fly-wheel
in tho usual way, but the "lead" does
not require to be so much as a quarter
Why tho magnetic uocdlo points to
tho north is thus explained by 1'rof.
U. T. rattcrson, of the United States
coast survey : "Tho earth is itaclf a
magnet, and attracts tho needle just as
ordluary magnets do, and it is fouud
to bo alicctcd by the action of the sun
in a manner not yet fully understood.
The magnetic poles of tho earth are
not in lino with tho geographical
poles, but make an angle with them
of nearly 23 degrees. At the present
time the uortticrn magnetic polo is
near the arctic circle, on the meridian
of Omaha, and, from the nature of the
case, tho polo may better bo describod
as a region rather than a fixed point.
Tho needle docs not every whero point
to the truo astronomical north, but
varies within certain limits. At San
Francisco It points 17 degrees cast of
north, and at Calais, Me., as much to
the west At tho northern magnetic
pole a balanced neodlo points with its
north cud downward in a plumb line ;
ut San Francisco it dips about 63 de.
grccs, and at tho southern magnetic
pole tho south end points directly
down. The uction of the earth, upon
a magnetic needle at its surface is of
about tho same force as of a hard steel
magnet forty inches long, strongly
magnetized, at a distance of ono loot.
It is very probublo that a study or
dynaumuMJloctrlo machines, now so
much used in electric illuminition,
will soon reveal some far-reaching
truths regarding magnetism in goner.
1 have, during my WHiideringH, met
many people who wanted to live in a
star; whero earth-born pcoplo with
nniiii.il iippeiiles could no l trouble
them, and 1 always found tho safest
place for an e irthborn man, when the
star born soul started lor the dinner
table, was behind a largo rock. Dis
trust llie aspiring mortal who lives
hi a piano no elevated that he requires
tho use of a telcseupe when ho wants
to look down at (hit rest of us. And
if ho over wants board at your humble
table, charge him $13 a week and feed
Juiii lota ol ifuiiA.
One of tho Impossibilities. ,
Among physical impossibilities is thut of
enjoyinu bodily vigor while the-digestion
is disturbed, tho bowels irregular, or the
secretion and flow of bile interrupted. To
comet tlusu conditions which inlcrleru
as they sur ly do with the acquisition of
strength and rlculi, the dyspeptic, constipa
ted invalid should uso lloatutter's Stomach
Hitters, a medicine which has been accord
ed the highest sanction in professional
quarters, arid which time and experience
havo proved to he deeerving of the popu
larity which it has gained on ita merits.
Whether chronic disorder of the digestive
or secretive organs is due, as is UHiially the
case, to n want of vigor and activity, or to
temporary irregularity la the performance
of their functions, tho Hitters has invaria
bly been found adequate to the tssk of
furnishing those oririuis with renewed vigor
or permanent regularity.
CiiAnu.8 Haktman, Toledo, Ohio, ssys:
I know it cured me, and I hr.pt others s:mi
birly troubled with pain in the chest mav
be helped by the "Only Lung Pud" as I
have. See adv.
Eclecl rieOil AmongKt the Hase Ballists.
JoK'ph Durrinhergcr, Hroadway, says he
had the misfortune to severely sprain his
uncle, conOuing him to his room and caus
ing extreme suffering His brother, "Lessee
of the E. Side Ii. 15. grounds," who always
uses it in ench cases, induced him to try it.
and he says that the application of the Ec
It ctric Oil half a dw.en times enabled him
ro walk round, and before he had used
halfot tlin bottle ho was quite recovered.
Sold by V. O. ffchuh.
I mtoxoi.v recommend the use of Fel
low's Compound Sy rup of Ily pophonphitf s
to all who suffer in any way from discasu or
weakness of the Lungs, Bronchial Tubes, or
Mothers I Motheiis!! Mothlub!!!
Are you disturbed ut night and broken of
your rest by a sick child suffering and cry
ing from the excruciating pains of cutting
h'eth? If so, go at once and get a bottle ot
Mr3. Winslow's Sonthinp Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is "not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, wl(p will not tell you
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and give rest to tho mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfertly safe to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United Stutes.
Sold everywhere. Twcnty-Cve cents a bot
Mr. tieorge K. O'llara, the live druggist
of the town, is always up to the times and
ready to meet the dcniunds of his many
customers. He has just received a supply
of that wonderful remedy that is astonish
ing the world by its marvelous cures. Dr.
King's New Discovery for consumption,
coughs, colds, asthma, bronchitis, hay
fever, phthisic, croup, whooping cough, tick
ling in the throat, loss of voice, hoarseness
or any affection of the throat nnd lungs.
This remedy positively cures, as thousands
can testify. If you do not believe it call
at his drug store and get a trial bottle free
of cost or a regular size bottle for one dol
lar. As you value your life, give it a trial
and be convinced, as thousands already
huve been (4)
Coccus. "Brown s Bronchial Trochee
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 uutried, but, having
been tested by wide and constant use for
nearly an entire generation, they have at
tained will-merited rank among the few
staple remedies of the nge.
Tnr. Tu tiOAT. "Brown's Bronchial Tro
chi's" act directly on the organs of the
voice. They have an extraordinary effect
in all disorders of the throat and larnyx, re
storing a healthy tone when relaxed, either
from cold or over-exertion of the voice, and
produce a clear and distinct enunciation.
Speakers nnd singers find the Troches use
A Cot'cn, Colo, Catakuii of sore throat
requires immediate attention, as neglect of
tentimes results in some incurable lung dis
eases. "Brown's Bronchial Troches" almost
invariably give relief. Imitations are offer
ed for sale, many of which are injurious.
The genuine "Brown's Bronchial Troches"
are wild only in boxes.
No More Xauseoii3 Drugs.
For nauseous drugs, no use there soou will
For Salts, Magnesia, Senna no pretence,
Dispensing Chemists, all men will agree,
To view, us things with which they may
But when Dyspepsia assails, then is the
time to try,
Spring Blossom's virtue as a remedy.
Prices: fit) cents, trial bottles 10 cents.
Tiik Voltaic Bklt Co., Marshall,
M'tH. Will send their cclebratad Electro-V-iltaic
Belts to the afflicted upon 30 days
trial, fcpeedy cures guaranteed. They
mean what they say. Write to them with
To all who are suffi ring from the errors
and indiscretions of youth.nervous weakness,
early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
Bend a recipe that will cure you, freo of
charge. This great remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
a self-addressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph
T. Inman, Station D, New York City.
Jacou Smith, Clinton St., Buffalo, Bays
he has used Spring Blossom in his tamily
as a general medicine for cases of Indiges
tion, lliliousness, Bowel and Kidney com
plaints, and disorders arising from impuri
ties of the blond, he speaks highly of its
efficacy. Prices: 50 cents, trial bottles 10
"Malt Bittkiis" are Brain, Nerve and
Bloood food, peculiarly adapted to, and
warmly recommended by our druggists
and physicians for General Debility, Men
tal nnd Phvsicnl Exhaustion, Hysteria,
Nervousness, Sleeplessness, Kmnciiifmi) rind
Women that havo been pronounced in
curable by the best physicians in the coun
try, have been completely cured of female
weakness by the use of J,ydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound. Send to Mrs. Lydia
E. Pinkham, 233 Western avenue, Lynn,
Mufs., for putnphlcts.
4S Yearn Jlcfore the Public,
Dr. C. McLANE'S
are not recommended as a remedy "for all the
ills that flesh is heir to," but In affections of
the Liver, ond in all bilious Complaint, Dys
pepsia, and Sick Headache, or diseases of
that character, they stand without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used prepnra.
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they arc uneqimled.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid with
the impression, Mi. LANE'S LIVER PILL,
Each wrapper bears the signatures of
C. McLane and Fleming Bros.
tfcff Insist upon having the genuine Da.
C. McLANE'S LIVER TILLS, prepared by
FLEMING BROS., Pittsburgh, Ta.,
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLane, spelled dilferently but
M rtWCUNO SYRUP H'A
TCESSIVE ANXtKTY. or J'KOl.OMiEI)
I- STUDY, will yrmluce lui!rmtty In tbe N'orv
oun Nyctern, In pruportluu ut lliu urcUKlb of the
i-vpitum Is e pumled upon the mind In troultluU
ilionht, po ariitlie oru'in f diircalion, actimu!.
Ouu and nutrition n:Ld-rt:d inuctivu and bUi ywlnh
iu proportion ac ine syHtcm hirrnuici Intlrm tv ry
Individual banxoine oiie origan tbat i wukiT thun
thr ri'i-t, and this ! a! way iti 0it to (ufU'r during
irtvouii proHtraiiou; fur example, allln tia.' uuun
fouii'tiHH rt ritUM'M total cukiikiinioo of th mu-ra-lur
action of ihu titHrt, wben thi-patiuiit I d-bil-ilated,
producinc; Kuddn tipmorrliano and (Vaih
No rioulit any kmcrr rimMiia ol the prauliliillly of
rwitormi! tin! iK-noni" nti'in, and t irongU trie
nrrvuH the rnti-.c'c of tin luipu rod ori"in t Kl.
1,0 WS' t O.M POUND hY KIT of HYI'01'HoH
I'll TI ES ha l.cen provud to tiowii Hnrh pnwi-r
Iu uuiniToii" lindancm. It will impart Hirru!;tti to
overcome aiV.'n tinn. I'itkouh ho arc arcntoineil
t look ti on !!! dark nidi-, an 1 w!n in'iia plcu
up" In llvli .(. on iiKiui; Iliii i-vmp nm ;srn to
v I u" unci i i joj life, nnd lhom who Mndy deeply
tin riii j; Ioi u Wire willtlr.fi In the Snip pro
riMUf of the pnwcr of pnilnrinri In tho brain.
I'.'iiti" W no :ir.nrdlty in the fact that au impair
n N.cvou N)ti"tj tatikiii t'oDMiniptlnn, N'unrat
ti i. l'ir.i-h!nn. Ji -.popiM. Antbnia, Epileptic Pita
When pini; (' uh. iletrt lliceaiie. and a hnut of
other; then why r i atmtird that Kellnwn' Hypo
pho;i)ii!i', vslik'h I'tectnallv caret) Ni rvoua Dehll
ity. nlio'i!il cure theri" diKeanPK alo. "Hfinovu the
can.'' and the complaint wll ceam.
lTl.ook out for the name and addrt'M. .1. I.
FKU.OWS, M John. N. B . on the wrapper la
water mark, which i Keen by hfildlnt the papir be
fore the livht.
SOLI) BY ALL MU'tiGIsTS.
QHIO & MISSISSIPPI K'y.
TIME TABLE OK I'APSKNOEK T11AIN8 KROU
vincennes (Nov. 30, 1878.)
n. S Pay KtpreM i Kicpt Sun lay).... 1 :'V) p. m.
' Epre-c ( Except Suuday) I:p. ra.
" 4 'l;htExpre-i. (Daily) ti!:30. m.
N. i Exprf (Except Sunday) fJ:ir, a. m.
1 Day Express (Kxrvjit Sunday).. .:SOp.ni.
" 3 Nliiht Expreen (Dally) l:a. in.
J. K. Clark. C. S. Coxr. Jn.,
Aueut Vincennoa. Ouu. Ticket Au' t Cincinnati
(JAIHO ST. LOUIS K. II
11. W. MMITIIUUS. Iteooiver.
SHORTEST 8IIOET LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Tlmn Sr hodule:
IhronKh Kxpreaa leaven Cairo K:40 a m
Tkroui;u Kxprefif arrive nt K. St. Louhi.. 6:()p.m.
Through Kxpwaa leaven E. St. l.ouln.... a:(x)a.ra.
Through Exprena arrive nt ('uiro 5:10 p.m.
MurpnraiioroaceoDinioiii:iionicavoi i airo I :w p.m.
Mu'phyaboro Acc. arrivea at Murphyaboro ":'J p.m.
Mnrphyfhoru Acc. leave Mnrphyaboro .. 5:iwa m.
Murphvehoro Arc. arrive at Cairo 11 :-.'fa.m.
Th" Cairo A St. UnU Kuil Koad la the only all
Hull ttoute between Cairo and St. Louia noder one
management, therefore thi-r are no delay at
way station awnltlne connection from other line.
Clone and snre connection at St. Louia with other
line ror North. at and Went.
J. A. MACULE, L.M.JOHNSON,
Auent General Manager.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.-
Tho Only Liine Running
Q DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Connection
ViuiNt Lcavi Cmiw:
3:15 Hin. Mall,
Arrlvtnicln 8t. Louiit:4ft Mil.: Chicago, B:3H p. in.;
Connecting at Odin and Effingham for Cincin
nati, Loul villi1, Indlunapoha and pidnta Kant.
11HO ii.m. Ht. I..oui and Wort or n
Arriving In 8t. LouisTKttp. iu., and connecting
for all point Went.
1:0 p.m. Frt Kri"iii.
Por St. Louia and Chicago, arriving at HI. I.oirU
10:40p.m., and Chicago 7:80 a m
4:UO p.m. CTlnotunfitl iCxprmn.
Arriving at Cincinnati T:U0 a.m.; Loutarillr ?:V)
a.m.; Indiannpoll 4:OU a.m. l'aHPiiger hv
ini train reach tho abrrvo point IU In 3U
HoUHS to advance of any other rontu,
nrThf4:eo p. in. expreni hit l'L'I.MIAN
MKKi'INM CAR Cairo to Cinclnrmil, without
rhangea, and throunh tlenperiio Bi, l.onla lutl
Fast tITuo EuhL
PaecnmrAva M iai KHrotigu to Rat.
1 HnMlIliUIiS rrn poluta without any delay
cnuatyd br Huuday Intervening. The Snturday after
noon l ruin from Cairn arrive In new York Mondnv
morning at 10:35. Tblrfjr-ili lionrt In advance of
anv other ronle.
f47"KoMlironeh ticket and further iuformatlon,
auplr at Illlnoli Central Hall rood Depot. Cairo,
fi AB. JOUNHON. J II. JO EH,
del . Hoathorn Agent. 'Ilukat Agent.
A, U. UANtl'J,UvB. !, Ajjeut. Cbtciigo,
Wo Mean Cured. Not Merely KflieytH.
And Can Prove What we Claim.
tf"Ther aro no failure and no dlapplnl.
mentM. If you are troubled WuTi HICK II BAD
ACHE you can bo easily and quickly cured,
hundred have been nlreaily. Wo ahull be pleaaed
to muil a eheei of toKllmoniul to any liili ri ated.
Carter's Little Liver Tills
Alo cure all form of Tlllioune. rrevfnt Conatl
patlnn and DypepKla, promote DIl'i tliin, relieve iaMe. do
dmirea from too nearty eating, correct JUiaordar .'ect a
of thu Stomach, Stimulate the Liver, and Iterrulai'r t, S for
the Howela. They do all thl by taklnir Juat orK t ly n'ail
little pill at a done. They are pur-iy vcgetablr.IHlli. FA.
not cripe or purgo. and are aa nearly prrfectA 1 "
It la pofinhle for a pill to be. 1'rice as cer ta. tun, ncan Ki m
$1. hold bv driiggiata evervwhern or enl LT ,.
CAftTEIt ilEUICINK CO.. mil'"'1 nlillic.
flrMf ''Ii ine m a dohi-
To Nei voun StilTcrcrH-llie (ireat ttirii5,,',""'y. Weakr.ea
ftlv-Ur. J. It. Mmp.on'HKpcf.1.1,.
Dr. J B. Hlnipaen' Hiiecitir Mrdirafritaruid luurltfmul de
tive cure for lipermaforrbi a, Impote" V"ti ui iTiirrally l'ain
and all dleae reuniting from helf Wemov. I'n irature Old
vou lebllitv. Irritability, Mimtl
I.altude. Uinreiinoii ofHnlrl" J."'
rangement of the ervou H) ; V M j'r$
Iu Hack or Side. Lor of M
A and d!en
tbat lead to Con
ly and an early
frrave, nr both.
No mutter how
inatu ria the I i Jn.f ilii iuevwilriM.irn tue li i luac
vtem may be I JSi nr. hen l'i and bapiiii.t , whi -ra be.
oin exeee of pmui.urj Mid -lo.jni The .spcrirlc
Juy kiuu, a uorr . Ijtll.g
orjrae of thl ir-jjf
Itou and pror pi, let i nt fr
Ivre wa deei, 8.1) particular
lined with v,ocdtr'ul uC-
o all . Wr.tf fur Ihec. tut
gi t ful! pal
a? for ( V
Jt. " clilc. SI .ff) per 'irVti-e. f.r 'x pack-
for $ j l)o. Will be eetil bj tuall Mi fi teipt Cf
f T Aildr' all iirder,
' .1 II. MMPMJN s MKMCINK CO
' No. 1M nd too Main ht.. IlnJslo.N. V
(IKAV'M MPK( INC MKIiinVK.
TRADE MaSK.Thetireat Emrlii.hlUAl'E MAEK
i: mi dy. au nh
f:. it i n k irc mr
Spi r ma loirhoea,
Iui.i:teucy. r.nd all
iliti"i that fol
low a a corie
jjuence of aeil
mpotencv iliii'.e; ;i loa ofs;l.
dif-eae taumurj, ntilveral
low a a ccn" baik. dltn iff.,, Tcv;
quence of aeitold a.A1U!r
i...- i .1 ... i i...
tiaion laklHgmemory, universal rrKe.
laitode, patf "n the back, dtrn ifw iphlet, wh'.rb ve ic
ni"a of vlion. prcniaiore old age. fTrv or e Thr l -and
many other dieae that had to I'dT'iggirt at J! irr
ronaumptlon and a premature gr-Je. ani trc by u.sil vk,
Pull particular in our pamphlet. Jlrii,g 1 II I. WUV
Ire to rend Iree by wail to every oneebaoicn blof k, lirtrott
ciMc medicine la aold by all irnggit-ic:uy liro., fan 0
paekage, ix for $', or v.111 be -env tree
receipt of the monEy bv aildrrwiCL
meur ie to , i" o . -I ai'cnanic niop
.men. pom in . airo ry narciay i.roe i
Hchub and Ueo i.. u mr
TRADE v P - 'JS
Illntratcd Matailne will enter on
vear in lnol. SI. to a Year, In advance, Send
Sample No. and premium I lt New Kubvcribcra
get extra nnmher hv nbcribingnow. Addrvea
NL'itEKY I'l'IlLIStlmU COMPANY.
IE NI P.SIIRY
SO nd ff.
AI)t 4 VfJ M Stop, 4 aet if.f.t fi.SJ.T
1-... ii ..i i r
loret prirr en-r krwnaa
on einwh tAtmam,
tiirin, and Kevoittm,
OUR $15 SHOT-GUM
I at (rri atly reduced pre.
i nnd aiainp fur our Ni-r
1 1 III I liul 1'kl.li.rt.ui IM
P. PO VTEU. 80.V. t U aio Su. it, ( II. U h .Va n . O.
PIANOS. SIM', up. WAU ANTi'.D'i year. S
ond IUniI Inurnment", nt U.MI' AISS. At'iV.NH
WAMKI) lllntratet I AT Mr .t K Pi'KK.
1IOUACE WATfcKS A CO., K26 Krwadway. f .
M A L rI
The New "Fciod
Malt Hittkhs Com tax y.
b l t t :e il b.
rrilF.HEl no greater Blood Pridunr and life
I .-1.1. 1 .k... u . . e I.
uuilll!lig principle in in' muiiu ui louu nr
medicine than MALT BITTKHH. prrjinri'd Iruu
L'nfernirnted Malt, Hop anduinlrc. Ihiy feid
the body and tlie hraln, enrich tnn blood. Kdlillfy
the bone, harden the mutch", unu t the rerv,
eiieer inu iinuii, riinu uivru.'ii. i.nini ur
atomach and bowel, clenuae the liver and kldnn.
and vitallte v tlh new life every fluid of the botiy.
Huware of Imitation timHailv' named, Look fi
the COMPANY'H SK.NATLUK hich appear
til a t ui v tin Mi laiifil nf nvupv hnltlo fajiM
where, MALT IillTKKS CO., lioeton, Maaa.
Newnntl verv Attractive Kt vies are now rfwlj
M tl iT I Mc,,t olnft or Parlor organ i
VOVll thenorld, wlnncra of hlghetdl.
tinrtifin at every (treat World'
Kxhlhltlon lor thirteen year.
Price. S.M , 7, Sf6, tftt, linn I
SAUl) and upward. Koreaeypay
rnent, 6.:tH a quarter and an
ard. CaUlogne free, MASON
A Hamlin Organ CO , 1M Tre-
i uiiininii(.i i, jiontiru , jwi rnpl II, B
itreot, (Cnlon Square,) New York, 140 Wabath
W I aTl'T" "vYonrolveaby maklnina
HIJ t I I I uy when a golden cbauee i
111 I I lotfVred, thereby alwaya
I 'J I J I keeping noverlv from voar
' door. Tboae who alwaya
k advautagn of the rood
chance for making money thai are offered, general,
ly become wealthy, while tboae who do not Im
prove ucb chance remain In poverty. W want
many men. women, boy and girl to do work fori
right In their own localltle, The bulnca will
pay more than ten time ordinary wage. We
furnlali au rxpeueiiive nntflt and all that yo
need free. No one who engage fall to wake
money rapidly. Yon ran devote yoor whnlu time
to the work, or nnlv vour apart- moii eut. Fail
Information and all that I needed rut frc. At
drr. HT1.NHON 4 CO., Portland. Maine,
1?0UNDRY, MACHINE PIIOP AND
A STEAM KOHOE.
Vulcan Iron Works
91 OHIO LKVEK, CAIRO. IIX8.
John T. Remiie,
HAVIN'U otabllheil htwork at tht! above men
tlouod ploce t better prepared than ever for
manufacturing Steam Englm and AI 111 Wachlnery .
Having a Steam Hammer and amplo Tool, the
manufacture of all kind of Machinery, Hailroad,
Stenuiboat and Ilrldge Kurgliig made a rpvcialty,
Kpeclnl attention glveu to repair ot if Hue iyA
lira CnattuR of alt kind mailt to Or (let
PlpuFtlUc In all lti braaebe.