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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNINrt, DECEMBER 18, IS80.
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"K. A. Burnett. Cairo. Illliuoli "
At Riclilnml, Tr-x., a hhtnx-r namotl
Jessie CuuiLx-rlimilm'r full frmii a seaf
iolJ three fcut Li-h ami whs killed.
"Daniel Koeiiat,'1 tlie lu'i'forni.-.ncp of
which was at first forliiililni ui lVrlin,
has, after many altunitioiis, ln-en n r
mitted. The Irishmen who were employed as
roustabouts ou the Minsisiii steam
boats have been wholly nplaeed by
The question whether the frame of
pool is billiards, nnd therefore subject
to a special city tax, is to be taken into
court at l'hilad'elphia.
A half-starved boy has been sentenced
to fourteen (lavs' imprisonment at hard
labor by the Wortlnnjr, (Knr..) poliee
court for stealing a turnip to satisfy his
In Dtisseldorf. a town of nearly ninety
thousand inhabitants, is a handsome
theatre, open from September to April
with an excellent company and good
music. The admis-ion fees are about
sixty-two cents for stalls, twenty-live
cents for the pit, and twelve cents for
the gallery for the dramatic entertain
ments, and twelve cent.? more for opera
nights. Oa Saturday the admission is
half price. The plays are of a high
A new telegraph line called the Mu
tual Union is soon to be built between
lioston and New York, the poles being
set in almost an air line between the
two cities. It is to be well built, will
accommodate twenty-five wires, and is
not to be a public line, a.s it is controlled
by bankers, brokers, commission houses
and other concerns doing business in
the cities bet tw-en New York and lios
ton, which have a large amount of tele
graphing in their transactions. There
will be an independent wire, it is said,
for each subscriber.
A daring attempt at highway robbery
was made lately at Sandyford, a village
beyond Dnndrum, on the Wicklow rail
way, in Ireland. A farmer driving
home was met by two men disguised,
who demanded money. One held the
mare's head, while the other stood at
the left-hand bide of the conveyance,
keeping a firm hold on the reins. Tho
farmer etood lip in the trap, and put
his hand in his pocket, as if to comply
with tho demand; but suddenly lifting
his foot, he dealt his opponent ii violent
kick under the lower jaw, leveling him,
apparently senseless, with the ground.
iUiMiming' bis seat, and giving the reins
a suddeu "chuck," he disengaged tho
inure from the other man's hand, and
Dung him on to his back three or four
A California iuventor has mado a
machine for pressing anil drying pota
toes so that they will keep'for years,
yet preserve their natural flavor. No
chemicals are used in the operation of
curing, everything being done by u
pimple machine capable of pressing
GOO bushels of potatoes in twenty-four
hours. Tho machine not only presses
the potatoes, but lays them on a tray in
n concavo fonn with tho hollow side
down. After the pressure they are put
into tho drying apparatus, wh'ero they
remain for two hours, then thev are
ground info a coarse meal resembling
cracked rlee. The first shipment of
ttitie pit.n.i ,eil potatoes to Liverpool,
last year, brought, h large profit. The
average price (if potatoes in San Fran
cisco is about 'lb edits a bushel. Dried,
they brought in England 4 ft shillings a
hundred weight, or at the rate of ijl.&o
a bushel for green potatoes. This year
preparation has been made for lining
uud shipping large tpiantiiles. It is
said there are .100,001) acres of uncnlll-
vated land ou the wpstern slope of the
Coast llange, neif Sail Francisco, es
fhe fogs and mist.'
aufllelcnt molstun ,
fore bos been wliei'
out the ocean ylefd
md tho soil yields
iy promcm hereto
to market the pro
At a recent concert, it w,is the subject of
renium mat in v,in,t line "voice" the sin;,'
ere were; in conmit ndintr his izood 1ti1ir
mont, tho lender will pardon us for whisper
ing mitr ne m ways rccommeiids )r. Hum
Cough Syrup for clearing and strengthen
ing w'i toicc.
In many households there nro "often
whites of eggs to spare which are usually
thrown away. If they are put in u jam
pot and placed in a sauce pan with boil
ing water in, and boiled for a quarter of
mi hour, they are most useful when cold
to be cut in strips for salad.
A good way to keep cut llowers fresh
is to lay them' in wet cloths. Take them
out .if the vases at night, sprinkle with
cold water, and wrap them with cloths
made very wet with cold water. The
weight of "the cloth will not crush the
most delicate flowers, while it keeps out
the air and prevents their falling to
pieces or opening further.
A simple process for detecting artifi
cial butler, or oleomargarine, consists
in melting the butter at a gentle heat,
allowing it to become quite elenr by
standing, and saturating a cotton wick
with the limpid fat. The wick is then
ignited, and extinguished after about
two minutes. If the butter is genuine
the odor will be that of strongly fried
butter, while the presence of oleomarga
rine is betrayed by the well-known un
pleasant odor left, by a tallow candle
which has been lately extinguished.
As a flesh producer, one pound of eggs
is equal to one pound of beef. A lieu
may be calculated to consume one bush
el of corn yearly, and to lay twelve
dozen, or ( ig'hteeii pounds of eggs. This
is equivalent to saying that three and
one-tenth pounds of corn will produce,
when fed to a hen, one pound of eggs.
A pound of pork, on tho contrary, re
quires about five and one-tenth pounds
of corn for its production. When eggs
are 24 cents a dozen and pork 10 cents a
pound, we have a bushel of corn feed,
producing $2.M worth of eggs, and
1.05 of pork. Judging from these
facts, eggs must be economical in their
production and in their eating, and es
pecially fit for the laboring man in re
The well-known fragrant garden fa
vorite, the sweet scented lemon verbena,
seems to have other qualites to recom
mend it than those of the fragrance for
which it is usually cultivated. In Spain
it is regarded as a tine stomachic- and
cordial. It is used either in the form of
a cold decoction sweetened, or live or
six leaves are put into a teacup and hot
tea poured over them. It is said that
the flavor of tho tea thus prepared is de
licious, and that any one who has ever
used it in this way, will never again
drink bis tea without a sprig of lemon
verbena. And it is further stated that
if the herb is used as has been described,
one need "never bo made nervous or
old maidish, never have cholera, diar
rhoea or lo.ss of appetite."
As the housekeeper of modern means
spends much of her time in the kitchen,
there is no reason why it should not bo
as tastefully furnished as possible.
"When I get my lounge re-covered, I
shall put it in tho kitchen," I said the
other day, and the party to whom I was
speaking evidently thought me given to
indolence, and the answer came, "What
in the world do you want a lounge in
the kitchen for? in tho same indescrib
able tone I .sometimes have people say to
me, "Pictures in the kitchen!" as if the
cheap but preltv chromos were a crime,
and the walls of a kitchen must be con
demned to remain bare and uninviting.
The well polished stove and clean floor
are necessary for neatness and comfort.
liuf the hanging shelves, where a few
books and papers can be placed, the use
ful clock, the. cozy rocking chair, as well
as the bright, pictures, with shining
utensils for kiiclien use, are signs of cul
ture iu tho kitchen that are to be ad
mired and copied. A little painting or
oiling of our woodwork, a few llowers on
a bracket, and curtains at the windows
are simple things in themselves, but
they show the taste of the owner more
than mere words. Why should the
broken chairs and discarded tables bo
"good enough for the kitchen?'' Let
us determine mat. no more ni our time
and money shall he spent, to adorn the
closed and darkened parlor until our
kitchen is furnished with the best con
veniences for our work, and kept lit for
any lady in the land to work in.
Fixing Her Hair.
When a girl concludes to put up her
hair and make herself look sweet , tho
best policy is to let her have her own
way. Mie can I be drawn away lrom
her mirror bv any of the ordinary
things of this life. A fire will some
times do it, but it has been shown that
even n lire may fail to excite some girls.
Some time ago a New York lodging-
house took lire, and at a most uncom
fortable hour, when most girls have
their baek hairdown. One of the young
ladies heard that the place was burning
down, but she didn't feel like making
her appearenee before the crowd that
had gathered in the street looking like
a perfect fright. She shut the door
leading into the hnll to keep out tho
flames and wentto her mirrorlo fix her
hair. Anybody who has wailed for a
girl to fix her hair knows that it takes
time and a great deal of it. This girl
wasn't any quicker ihanthe average,
and she was very particular about
having her hair done up exactly as it
should be. The lire had cut oil" her
chances of escape by the slairs, and her
lover, after appealing to her for some
time, finally lost his jiatieneo and got
away without her. A fireman got up
to the room on a ladder and she made
him sit on the edge of the window
and wait until she had arranged her
hairpins and ribbons for a right sort of
public ai!p,,,rur" r thru fhe iiirew her
self in Ids anus it was so rnmanliu
and slid down the ladder with him,
looking just sweet. The wholething was
a tremendous sin-cess, but when the
careful young fcirl was safely landed on
the pavement she found out that she
had forgotten her stockings.
OuriouB Exporimont on Light and Heat,
If a piece of wood bo placed in
decanter of water and the focus of
large burning glass is thrown upon it,
the wood will he completely charred,
though the sides of the decanter through
which the rays pass will not bo cracked,
nor in any way allccted, nor the water
perceptibly wanned. If tho wood be
taken out, and the rays be thrown on
fhe water, neither Ihii vessel nor ils
contents will belli the least ull'eeted;
nut a a piece of metal bo put in water,
If soon becomes too hot to bo touched,
and the water will presently boil
Though pure water alouo contained In
a transparent vessel cminot be healed,
yet, if by a little Ink ll be made of
dark color, or the vessel itself be black
ened, tho died snccdilv lakes ulaco.
Proclamation by tlio President.
Faull-llnding is so seldom indulged iu by
those who use the medicines manufactured
by tho World's Dispensary Medical Associ
ation, that tho President of that corporation,
tho Hon. K. V. Pierce, M. IX, has issued a
special request or proclamation to any and
nil persons, if there bo any such, who nmy
liavo taken or shall hereafter uno any of the
family medicines now made and cold by
the said Association, in all countries of the
world, and who have not derived full bene
fit from said medicines, that if they will
write the said Association a description of
their maladies the Faculty of the Dispensa
ry will advise them with respect to the
successful treatment of their diseases. Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is guar
anteed to cure, all humors from the com
mon btch, pimple or eruption, to the
worst scrofula or king's evil, and those vir
ulent poisons that lurk in the system as a
sequel or secondary direction resulting from
badly-treated or neglected primary tlis
cases. Favorite Prescription is guaranteed
to cure female weaknesses and kindred
affections. Fxtriictot Smart-Weed cures
bowel affections, colds, and all painful,
rheumatic and neuralgic affections. Dr.
Pierce's Pellets(littlo sujar-coated pills),
aro the iittle giant cathartic. Address,
World's Dispensary Medical Association,
Dufl'ilo, N. Y., or Great Pusscll Street
Puildings, London, Eng.
At tho meeting of the liritisn .social
Science Congress, held in Edinburgh,
Scotland, a paper by Dr. Alfred Car
penter, was read, in which he said that
the fogs peculiar to large towns were
not due to mist, but to unconsunied car
bon in the atmosphere, and he recom
mended the adoption of gas as much as
possiblo for cooking ami other pur
poses, to reduce smoke. To abate the
smoke excess he went so far as to advo
cate a tax on grates .not consuming
their own smoke and upon chimney
stacks, the purchase of gas works by
local authorities, and the rigid enforc
ing of existing laws relating to chim
neys which discharge large volumes of
regularity Ensures Health.
of the physical structure. To restore it
persous whose bowels are out of order, or
whose digestion is imperfect, should use
Ilostetters Stomach Hitters, a corrective ot
disordered conditions of the secretive, cvac
uative, and digestive organs without a
peer. The most serious consequences re
sult from a neglect of reformatory meas
ures, where constipation is allowed" to gain
headway. For this as for many other dis
orders usually found in conjunction with
costiveness, such as dyspepsia, biliousness,
nervous derangement, headaches, vertigo,
morning nausea and the like, the Bitters
has long been recognized by the public and
the medical profession as a genuinely ef
ficacious remedy. Its action is never sud
den and griping, like that of a violent
purgative, nor does it like the average
cathartic, tnd to deplete the system and
weaken the bowels. On tho contrary, it in
vigorates and sooths while it regulates.
Goon Company, ($l).00 a year, Spring-
field, Mass.), Number Fifteen, has an ac
count of a 6teaniboat trip to the head of
navigation on tho Missouri river by Mr.
Herbert Hall Winslow, which happily com
bines information and incident, and is not
wanting in grapic description of scenery
and experience with Indians, etc., in that
little known region of our vast northwest.
Apropos of Dora d Istria's recent visit to
the United State", the story of that most
remarkable woman's life is given.
There is an account ot the origin and
growth of the United States life saying
service, including some vivid description of
its members' experiences with wrecks; a
paper on Eskimo traditions; an account of
the Chinese professor and bis family at
Cambridge; and "Autuui Leaves" by E. S.
For fiction there is an installment of
Ellen W. Olney's serial, and several com
The Fi.oiiexck Nwiitingale of the
NntsEKY The following fs an extract
from a letter written to the German Pcfom
Messenger, at Chambersburgh, Penn :
Just open the door for her, and Mrs.
Winslow will prove the American Florence
Nightingale of the Nursery. Of this we
aro so sure, that we will teach our "Susye
to say, "A blessing on Mrs. Winslow'' for
helping her to survive and escape the grin-
ing, coliclung, and teething seige. Mrs.
inslow s bootlnng pyrup relieves the
child from pain, and cures dysentery and
liarrhrr-a. It softens tne gums, reduces
inflammation, cures wind colic, and carrys
tho infant safely through the teething
period. It performs precisely what sbes
professes to perform, every part of it not
ing less. We have never seen .Mrs.
Winslow know her only through the
preparation of her "Soothing Syrup for
Children Tcethiiij." If we had the power
we would make her, as she is, a physical
savior to tho infant race. Sold by all
druggists. 25 cents a bottle. (2)
Couaiis. "Browns Bronchial Troche?
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 aro not new and untried, but, having
been tested by wide and constant use for
nearly an entire generation, they have at
tained well-inerited rank among the few
staple remedies of the age. '
Tint TunoAT."IJrown's Bronchial Tro
ches" net directly on tho organs of the
voiced They have an extraordinary effect
in all disorders of the throat and lamyx, re
storing a healthy tone when relnxed, either
from cold or over-exertion of the voice, nnd
produco a clear and distinct enunciation.
Speakers and singers find the Troches use
A Couoii, Coi,i), Cataiihh 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 snlc, many ot which aro injurious
The genuine "Brown's Bronchial Troches"
are sold only in boxes.
Circuit iTmlu'cD. J. tinker.
( Irrtill Clcik-A. II. Irvln,
I'uunty .Imtiru H. H. Yin-tun.
County Clerk H, ,1. Ilumm.
County Atltirimv .1. M. )mrnn. '
Cnuiity TreiiHiiri-r MIIub W. l'arker.
Hhi-rKT John lluili'tm,
Corotmr 11. Kllr.crn.ii.
County ('omnilFi.!iitiitrn T. W. milldy,
45 Years Before the Public.
Dr. C. McXANE'S
are not recommended nsa remedy "for all the
ills that flesh is heir to," but in affect ions of
the Liver, and in all Bilious Complaints, Dys
pepsia, and Sick Headache, or disea-.es of
that character, they stand without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can he used prepara.
toiy to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are uneipialcd.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never stiar-cuated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid with
the impression, MeLANE'S LIVER TILL.
Each wrapper bears the Mgnatures of
C. McLane and Firming Bros.
gtay Insist upon having the genuine Dr.
C, McLANF.'S I.IVKR BILLS, prepared by
FLEMINU 1IR0S., riltsburgli, Pn.,
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLane, spelled differently but
COMroi'NlSYKlT OF ;
ISA CEI.TAIN' IiEMHDY KOH
CONGKSTION OF THE LU.NGS, ETC.
Compound Syrup of
M'KliPILYirAND PERMANENTLY CUKKS
Congi-fUun of tlio Lun-x, Ilroncbltlf, Connunp-
tlou, Nervoun Proi-trution. Short ui-hd of J'.renth,
Palpitation of tho Heart. Trc-mbllDgof the Hands
mil Limbd, I'hji-lciil uud liuiital DepreriiioD, Loh
of Appetite, Lop of energy, Long of Memory, It
will rapidly Improve tlio weakntH. f-jncltotia and
organs of the body, wbieli depend for health upon
voluntary, s tmloluntry and involuntary nervou
Itacljwltb Titror. eeDtlrnt-pr- and nMk-ly, owin-'
to thu i-xquldle harmony of it luprtdlmtp, akin to
puro blood Itself, lie tni-tu pltaeaiit, ana its clluct
1) ElilLi T V.
St. Joiiv, N B.
Mr. Janu-n I. Vi-llowf, Chemii-t, St. John. N B,
Iii-ar Sir: Having lined your Compound Syrup
' Urnoiihoii)hiteK tor tome time in mviiractice. I
have no lu citation in rcrommi-udlnir it to my pa
tlmitH who are cufiVriiiK from vi ncral diblilly, or
ail) dliM-anc of the lutir, knowing that even in
eacci utterly hopi-lem, itaflord relief.
I am, dr, yours truly, 11. U. audi, .m. u.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
To Nervons SuflVrers-The Great European Rem-
edv-Ur. J. H. Simpson's Speeifie Medicine.
Dr. J.B. Simnfon'f Sncclfle. Medlclui? I a pon
tine cure for Spermatorrhea, Impoteiicy, Weaknenf
and all dlni-ape n-viilting from Self Abtipe. an Ner
vnnnDehllitT, Irritability. Mental Anxiety. Languor,
Lan-ltuUe, Uepreveion o! spirit and lunrtioual de
rainrementa of tho Nervoua System uenerallv Pain
iu liaek or Hide, Lone of Memory. Premature Old
Aire and dicenpea
that lead to Con
ty and an early
grave, or Dotu.
No matter how
fyKtem may be
from t-xrefpe of
any kind, a rhort
ciiurne of llila niKliciiie will rei-o.re Hie Ima Inui -
tlotia and procure heaith and huppiUeFi", where be
fore wan (lefpoiiileiicy and ejoum. The Specll!c
.Medicine la ut-itg ueeu wuu wonueriui euc-
I'nmphletn pent free to all. ntcfor tuem and
Rtt full particulars.
Price, Specific. l.'Oper packace. or lx pack
iiifiK for $ 5.1X1. Will be sent by mall ou receipt of
money .Addrepp nil order.
.1 . B,lOIPU. B M i .M-. Mi
Nob. K4 ?ud lot) Main St., Buffalo, N. Y.
a week In your owntown, outfit free. No
rink. Header, u you warn a nuninepa at
w hich iierponp of either Hex can make ereat
day all the time they work, write for particulars to
U.UALLKIT 4 CO.. Portland.
Youi pelvca by making mon
ey when a colden chance ia
ottered, thereby alwayi
ienlns noverty from your
door. TIiopb who always
take advantage of tho good
chances for making money that aro oll'en d, ueueral-
ly become wi-altny, wiillo tnose wrio no not nil
prote such chancop remain in poverty. Wo want
many men, women, boys and girls to do work for us
righi in their own localities,, Tlio business will
pay more than ten titnea ordinary wages. Wo
furnish an expenPi-iislve o'utflt anil all that you
need free. No one who i-ngngea falla to make
money rapidly. You can devote your whole time
to the work, or only your spare moments. Full
information and all that Is needed sent free. Ad
dress STINSUN & CO., Portland. Maine,
BOOTS AND SHOES
JIanuIacturer and dealer in Ctintom-mado
BOOTS and SHOES.
Finest and Neatest
stock of Custom
Made Boots ami
Shoes for Iloys'and
Men's wear to be
found in the city.
No other shop can
compare with it.
N. B. All work warranted, and Repairing neatly
done on hiioii nonce.
IwvliJlt Cf Between Commercial and
jlglllll Ot .) Washington Aye.
(mult liirnltilinil tree. With full In
strnetlotip for conducting the most
iiroiltuh u business that nny ouu can
engagii In. Tho business. Is po easy
In learn, and our Instruction uru o
Blninln uriil nlaln. that any one cas
mnuo preai pronis irom me. ruin,
who is willing to work. Women aro n successful
.. . II,.,... .,l,.y run Pliril lllfL'tl SII111S.
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Mi, ni 1,'nvii niniln ni tin. Inisliiesp over one hundred
dollars In a slnglo week. NothlliK Ilk" It ever
known before. All who engagii are suriirlsd at t hi
easi) uud rapidity willi which Iheyaro nhlo to niitkn
money. You can engage In this business during
your spare tlnn at ureal profit. Yondo not have to
Invest capital Iu It. Weinke nil the risk, 'ihosu
who need ready money, should wtlro to lis at ouch.
All furnished froe. Addrcsa TUCK & CO., An-
QIIIO & MISSISSIPPI lt'y.
t?. "ii t i-.i yi.u; i i,i 1 1 i n
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TIME TABLE OV PAHHKNOEU TRAINS PROM
VI.M'ENNKB (NoV. M, 1 &"!).)
No. 5 Day Express (Except Similar),
' ti Kprei-s i Except Sunday)
,. l::tn p. m.
. , 1 ::jr p. in.
. .)!; y i u, ui.
. . 3:N) p, m.
i .iiiiu i'-ipresn u'un.vi-,,
No. 5 nxprep (Except Sunday)
" 1 liny Kxjin-ss (Kxeeiit Sunday). .
o .Miiiu i.xpress uaiiyi
J. J, (,'muk,
S, Conk, Ju.,
Ticket Aa't Cincinnati
QAIKO i3 ST. LOUIS It. 11.
11. AV. HMITIIKIW, Koc-oiver.
SHORTEST F1I0KT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Thronuh Express leaves Cairo
Through Express arrives at E. St, I.ouls,
ThMiieh Kxprvsa leaves E. St. I.ouis...
ThroiiL'h Express arrives at Cain
5:ln p. iu.
Murphyshiiriiaccomniodatlonleaves Cairo 1 :'W p.m.
Mii'physboro Accurrives-at Murphyshuro '!:! p.m.
Murphyshoro Ace, leaves Murphynhoru .. 5:iioa.m.
J(i:rplivslioro Aec. arrives at (.'aim 11 ."jria.m.
The Cairo & St. liiul Hall Unad Is the only all
Hail Route between Cairo and St. Luula under one
miit:au'enient, therefore there are no delays at
way stations awaiting connections from otlier'llncp.
Close and sure connections at Si. Louia with other
lines for North. East and West.
J. A. NAL't.I.E. L. M. JOHNSON.
Ajieut UeLeral Mauai'er.
LLINOIS CENTRAL It. It.
Shortest anil Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Only Lino llunninjr
O DAILY TRAINS
-J m i
xi rom airo,
Making Dikkct Connection
Ti'.ainh Li:ave Caiiui:
li: 1 Ci h in. Muil.
Arrlvinff in St. Louis (1:4.1 a.m. : ChlraKO.Wp.ni.;
Conncctl-Mi; at Odin and Ktiiri jtham for Cili:,u
nati, Louisville, Indianapolis and East.
H:10 a.m. .St. Ioviiw unci WVnte-rn
Arriving in St. Louia 7:01 p. ni., and connectinn
tor an point est.
4:UO p.m. Flint KxprcKH.
For St. Louis and Chicago, arriving at St. Louis
10: i'J p.m., and Chicago v:'.n a in
4:'JUp.ui. Cinci in int i KxprfNa,
Arrivins at Cincinnati T :0 am.; Louisville 7:3o
am.; lnflianapoils 4:oo a.m. ras-eni-rs tiy
thip train reach the above points III to ;jij
lluL'KS in advance of any other route.
tVThi4:iO p. m. exurem hP PULLMAN
SLEEPING CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, wiihuiit
chamrcp, and through sleepers to fct. I.ouls anil
Fast Time Kast.
i'o c-c-nn rrrnu ',? ,D lll,e R through to I'at.
L ilSt JlLl T em iioints without ny il-lav
caused by Sunday Intervening. The Suturdsy after
noon train rrom Cairo arrives in new lorlt .vioiiclav
morn I ii i; at K) ::$.. Thirty-six hours in advanceof
any other route.
t ryror throuch tickets and further Information,
apply at Illinois Central Railroad H- pot. Cairo.
JAs. .iun.!u. J. ii. .n.r.n,
den. Southern Agent. Ticket Asnt.
A. II. HANSON. Gen. Pasi. Aecnt. Chicago.
f1fi 4 Tri .o l.mi:
i to : Stops. I'l
ii Paper free.
llllllA iANnS ll.'l UP Paper fn
. i, i ,..,., i,..
Address IjANIEL V. JiEATTV,
Washington N . J.
1 Procured for all sold era
lisaiiied in the I . S. servire
from snv cause; also for
heirs of deceased oId
er. The slightest disiibllitv
Roiinu and new ili-charge. procured. If In doubt
as to whether entitled to anything, send two Me.
stumps lor our "Cirenliir of Information." Ad
dres. with stumps, STOliDAltT & () . n!leiors
of Claims and patents, room k, St Cloud building.
Wasiiingtou u. c.
Lowc.t prices ever known
on llrrli i,mirr,
ltlll-, uud Iti-ioliert,
OUR $15 SHOT-GUN
j at tireatly reduce.! prieo,
si-lid itmnp fur our New
IllllHtrnte,! I 'ululi.ffiit, , In
Roadinqsl Recitations 1 Elocution!
70S Chestnut St.. Philadelphia.
TWi Bnmtir it uniform with tits anil ynauini nn
tf. iirviiinn riili nd; I Iim luinilll-.n. sn l Hi-udtiilrS
Combining m-ntlment, Oratory, I'ntbiw, lluniur, t un.
lMllnp. l're-0,30 CtB.. uisiuu irur. .wi r i.e..ii n..
tT-ry lioy no .:iks pie.-ns. every mrBlier of a l.rs-iim
who wan'i (omethlnit ,Ni-w to re. ltn, ; hnn. ) Ilia
V bole Neb Chili rates, aiel Full l.lstof C ontents In
Banner of Liberty,
Founded by (J, I. IJt'flic.
Wt h year ol pnhllcatlot). The old JchV simian
Democratic Weekly, the Pannkii r I.MiKitrv,
should he taken In every Democratic family In the
IT CONTAINS ALL THE NEWS,
Market Ilcport", a ( hoh e Selecllon or ltnadinK
Matter and Botind lieinocratlc Intelligence.
Only Sl.OOFor Year.
Copy free, to person endlng dull or ten.
AOKNTH VAN I'PU) In every Coun
ui.mi yuitihlii fniiv fritn AililntHri.
UANNKU OFMIIliKTV. Elleiivtlle, N. V.
KHAY'S srKCIFKi MKIUCINK,
TRADE MARK.TheCireatKngMsiniUDE 31 Alt K
Itenieuy,, an un
failing cure for
niipoieiicy. ami an
diseases that fol
low as a conse
quence of self
m i i iilmsii; us loss of
nOlOTO xaiUDCmeuiorv. iinlvcisal
liissltiido,jiulPTn the linck. dliii-iri. X&kinrs
..r uul,,.t i,iiniiliirii nlil in.it. eyv WU.1U11.
liei-n ,11 ,in , w
and ninny oilier diseases that lead to insanity or
rOllHlIlipilOH HUH lil.-ii.rinuu ii.t,
Pull particulars in our painphlet, which wo tlo-
Piru lie pi nil inv i'j mw v j . a r-..
tliicineillelno Is sold liv all druggists at $1 per
package, six for or will lie tent In e hy mull on
reeelid of tho mousy hy nililresiHiig 1 'II K dltAY
MKD1C1NK CO., No.,1 Mechanics lilock, Detroit
Mich, Sold in Cairo hy Hiircluy Pro)., Puui Ci
U.1,,1. ..,! ., I,- fl'llll,-.!
ObUIIU UUU UVU, A, v .
a?H Rfl IAk
QICK HEADACHE !
We Moan Ciiictl, Nt.t Merely Relievec
And Can Prove What we Claim,
fff-Thcru am no failures imrl no dlHaiiif(!i,t
incuts, Ifvoii are irouliled wiTli SICK II EAD
ACIIH you can he easily and nuiihly cured, as
hundreds have lie.-'n already. Wu7uirheTpie1Tel
to muil a sheet of testimonials to any liiten sli ii.
Carter's Little Liver Pills
Also cure all forms or Illnouniess. prevent Consti
pation and Dyspepsia, proiiitto Digestion, relieve
distress from too hearty eating, correct Dlsord'-m
of the Stomach, Stimulate the Liver, and Kegiilatii .
.... ....... . m-j u. mi una uy IllKlllV Jllsl one
little pill at a doe. '1'tioy are purely vegelahh-, do
not gripe or purge, and are as nearly perlecl as
It Is possihlv lor a pill to he. Price i'i ceLts 5 fur
Sold hy druggists everywhere or sent hv'm
CAItTKH MEDICINE CO., t'ltlE, I'
I X D I A X
To make a (iiart of mi-dielne guaranteed to m:e
iiimurs in me oioou, mspepma. I.iver Troulih
Kidney Weakness, or tieiieral llelmliv. ..,t v.J
mail, post paid, (or -.'.V., or .1 packages for SI Ad
J AI.ONZUCKEKNE. Indian Doctor.
H'i Pine M , M. I.ouis, .Mo.
' ' ' o
A Y K A K and expenses to
agents. Outfit fn e Address. P.
VICKL'H i', Augusta. Maiuu
A DVEP.TlsF.hS! si-Mlforour . t l.l-t d I ,..
leal newspaliers tieo. I'. l!i,w,l! i in
Spruce St.. N. V.
ATANTED -M.inuracturlng cur.ci rn wants a
T ' tjii i n f a man in Cairo, mi liievi-m rliv , ,,,,,
readvt.'ik.n.i A lew humlied doilais necesi.Arv tit
pay for g"ed on delivery af'er orders have, heei,
secured fur the same. $v) per month profit
giamuteed. Tho most searching Investigation'
solicited. A. s AltNOLDA CO. corner rir
Street and Ilroadway, Hrooklyn, N, Y.
Trcnonnr, -1 th ht trih h th-
ui-li'-l it-it tir-rittfii to inp mfl.l (mt-i k.ni
nl at 14 Wttf Kir-- " m-1 nt fi': iTv
bsfiJ t-yrui.u. W B KHIOTELUI A CO H T
rna Psinfii Rn'csJ
DR. KXINE 8GREAT
NFDvr Rrn-rriQcr A
or ail Xitkin A Srava Ihmssk. ;ui
rurtftjr 'ifj. yvximvj ami Aert-s Jtfit,i-s.
Inr Ai.Lir.M if Ukt a u dlrrc'sd. A" Fitt af -r
firttiiay imr. Unmitt and 12 trial lrHl,pfr-l
r iti'iisiit,ths itarirnreiprrsu-r. 6ril nuns,
I. (i. aiet rii-rmt Jul 0 r-- to Iia. KM N'K. t I
wiihout medHnea. AU.APH BOi rtll.E MPTM.
( ATEI) lluloU-S. UuoU-d Ulolr lo, ls.4.
o. I will rors any case la foor dn. or ls.
No. J will njre Hie moslohstluate ce, a i ins'ter
Of how i.Osundinc.
Koiianscuut lin of eubfM, copaiba or ml nf
incl:il WKid, Uitt are certain ti prodoee dvspeppia
fy dutroynn the enatinirs of ttie st. niiira. a
yrlni;esorirln(rsiiHiijeetloD to produce other
a. rl-iiH rof iiilicailnns.
Price U M. HJl.D BY ALL HUl'OGISTS, or
mailed " r.-eelpt of nrn-e.
For f tier rartli ulr send f"r elrcnlar.
P.O.It.XISXi. J C.ALLAN CU.,M Ji.aa Street.
W e ufl- r M rrvard fir any car : thiy will not
yulck, taf and sure curt.
1 Or Inly tf.at nn i- u 'i :r
.l,lr. h mill r.-ei l.e. ,:is.
tl.ln., Vr; hn If-li. tliAt.
may prove llieiteiplnir-stiine lo a life of success.
Il Is especially adapted to tlio who ha.- r- sclisd
the font ol the hill. A-lilress U. Vol Mi, 1
Orecnmcli litreet, Nrw York.
THE FAMILY HAND BOOK !
I OH, Kf.i ll'F.3 ANtl KAllS FOR 'I UK MlMI'iV,
In, I iptHMl I. U' lrm.M. Mwh.nln. M,-rr'. Tf I---.-;:.lj,
-lv..l,,i., or t- Sick, lltbtJiUU'l, l.UI-'Inl. II' tM.l'.T- A. .
& I'-ii-rt. sp. Inttn C1Y v.. AiUr.M J. II. JJ,.rUJkI,
II, bualh . Sunt, ll-v.A.vt,, N. .
Oaperto Holiday rdfilon.
Asaaiw OR K
B Ml '$4r bound and lilustra
j.f -C3tSrS-Alumtosi;tw'rits r-tu
Foofrj J HtAUH
fHlV, nt f I P;f
SuiiitiU- f-i-e. M.
Hill lub. C'o., lot fcual i!lh S trvet, N. Y. t ity. ,
J'ostiiic ou hook & cents ; nti-tcred mail, 3W
EARS FOUTIIK MILLION!
Ftm ('lino's lialsain of Sliiiik's fil
Positively Ilestores the Ilearln?. nnd is the (Inly
Aiisolutu Cure for Deafness Known.
This Oil Is extracted from a peculiar r pedes of
small While Shark, raueht in the eilowSea,
known as Cnrcharodon LoinleletH, hi''iy- hiiien.
Ildiermaii know a it. It virtues as a restoMtle of
hearing were discovered hy a Miiddhisl Priest nho::f.
the year MR lis cures were so numerous and
many so secmlnclv miraculous, that the remedy
was oflldnlly proclaimed over the entire Kmplie.
Its itso became so tir.lver-ul that f;r over 3tu years
node ifenesH has existed anions the t hlm-.e peo
ide. Sent, charges prepaid, to any address at S per
'" Only Imported hy IIAYI.OCK .V CO..
soi.k aoknts Poll AMl.iiicA, "DcySt., N-w'ioik.
Its virtues are iiii(iies(iniihle iud lis rnralivj
chiirncler absolute, as the wrltirciin pe-sonnlly
tesllfv. both froin experience ind observation.
Ainotiif tho niiinv renders of the i evli.w tn ono
part iiiidan ther ol' the country, it Is probable that,
numbers are iilllietcd Willi leiii'nes. and to such It
may heauid: ' Wrlle at once to Hnylock .t Co.. 7
Di y Slrert. New York, cnclosinc l, nnd you wlil
receive by return a rmnrily that will enable yon to
hear llku anybody else, nnd whose curative ell'cc.tn
villi he permanent. Yon will never regret lining
so."-l-dltor of New York Mercantile Itevlew,
Sept. l!M!i. IHHI.
jl v Outfit sent free to those who wish to on-
j T eami In the most pleasant and prollliible
L business known, Kveiythlnx new.
J f? Capital uot required. Wo will furnish
VI evervthliiB. $lna day and upwards Is yet
II easllv madu without staylni away from
home over nluhl, No risk whatever. Many new
workers wanted at once, Many aru makln fort
unes ut. tho business, Ladles make us much ni
liieiMiudtonntf boys nnd iflrls iiihkc ureal pay. No
mie who Is wllllnu to work full" to make, more
money every day tlinn can lie made In a week nt any
other employment. Those- who cuhhk ,t unco
will 11 nd ii short road to fortune. Ailuresi il.
HALLLTT & CO., l'ortlnud lliiluo,