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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MOIININO, DECEMBER 25, 1880.
MM Kt.I.AN HOI'S.
Is the Best and Most
Tor ConMlpiiiloii, lUUousnessi,
IK itdiichc, Torpid I.lwr, Hem
orrhoUlH, Iii1IpohMIoii, iiutl all
UlHorcH-rM urlMlng from an ol.
Mtructed Mute of the styMi-m.
1.ad!ii nni) children, ami thine who dislike
Ukiijk il I Ih anil iihiiim-ous mt-atiri ii-h, are isix--c.ally
li used with ilK H(fri'fulik'i(imllliM.
THOI'JC-FltUT I.AXATIVK muv be nud
It) nil cuwa Hint need I ho ulil i.f h j'lirKului',
cathartic, or aperient iiicdle,e, and while it pn
duces llii- -Hint- result tt (he iiktiIh iiaiin-d, II Ih
entirely free Irum Ihe iimul oi.jei iIumk i-omnion
to I Ih-iii. I'm tt-d IhIiiiiiiuhI tinlioai-auiil..
Price 25 cts. Large boxes 6oc.
Sold r.v all fikst-ct.ass I)Kr(ir,!ST?.
HOW TO CURE.
C 0 XS U M PT 1 0 X , C 0 U ( i 1 1 S,
COLDS, ASTHMA, (TlOiT.
All i i i; a i-: b of the Throat, I.ni.g. und 1'a'ri.oi.nrv
1E ACr:oKDlNC ' DIRECTIONS.
Allen's Luiilc Itolsun.
Ul 1 UTCn 11 -tT ...r,.r..-, u ! T.a,
If Mil I CU I-" " I'ud.i. riur
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MRS. LYDIA E. PiNKHAM:
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
For all Female Complaints.
Thia preparation, salt, ham. rlirnlftm, ronajiu of
tfetaolr l'rujiertle. thai are Larniit to Ihi' ia,l M-rail-
Oiralid. t'pon on trial Ih merlin of thla Com
iun "ill t rvcyiiliwl, Mrnllrf I Immediate ; and
when lto I enntlnunl, In nliyty nlnr raa.in a hun.
drt-d, a jtf-rraanriitcun-iflrfT'tljfthouMnda will t.-
id j. On aount of It prufnt mtTiU, it ! t-vdaj r.
. mm-'iiili-.l and rra rtU-d Ij the U.t ibyiklaiii In
II will ruro rntln-l t!f wirrt farm ft failing
cf the ut-r'JH, ! ucurrho-a, lrr-ruiar and tiiifuj
Mi rutruatlnn, all Ovarian Troubl., liillajninallon and
t':- rall-n, fl.lini:sall I'lfplarfimriti and the con.
R.uri.t et'l'ial rcikn, aiid ia reinialJjr aU ud to
l.t niar.R of Uf-. 1 1 w ill iliw.le and n l tumorg
fn .n the uu?nilnan early ti! of dcr-l- i'ment. TTia
l ndrnry toranrr roua huuiuni Ihtnt it thvi'lccd rj
14edi7 hj itiuae.
In f't It hat jirored to l thw irreat.
t and but ntnfdy that It trrr hn d0T
i! It imiat jevrry rll.'n oMhejti'iu. ami tfiTH
Ltw Hfi andTlKor. It rrmivni falntnew.natulenr;. d
ttrofi allrrarlng for tunulants.ai.d nllcm wtalnK
of thr itomai h
runt ninatinR, Ilfadachea, Srrnm Prontratlon,
Gmi ral I MUty, Hl ) ni, Drinwinn aiwl Id11
(crtu n. That fit'llng of beartn(f doirn, rauning pain,
tight and uarltache, In alay nnam-nlly cund Ij
iiiuh, It wlllat all timed, and under all rtrmmUn
ees ai t in harmony with the law that (utcrtii tin
For Kidn- yl-'omLlalnta of either wi ti ll cuijcund
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
I prrrrd at IK) and ni Wertern At nite, l.ynn. Man.
J'rlr (1 M. Sn bottkn for 'p.(. Hi nt hy mail In the
form of pill". alo In the form of L-in nun, on r-c-1t
cf I'rk'n, ll.'JO, ir Ikii. for tlther. Slrn. I'lNKHAM
frw ly annum all l Mir of lnqtUry. S-nd for lui
l.li t. AddnwaaaJiove .V.-nfion fin ;ijvr.
Jto family uliould he rllhuil LYDIA 1- I'lSKIl.Ut'
UVIi ril.LS. Tlu-y cure Contlitltn. LUluuu,ta
andTorpidity of the Liver. Slcennwr Im,
KIClIAliDSON it CO., St. Lmi.-, Mo.
Whfil.-.nl.- niM-nl for LYDIA K. I'IMiHAM'.S
Caihii. Iit.lMii", Di'ienrnr, l-.-i.
Tin- f'ilur atiniliil iiu-i-lln of thi- Mm UIio!iUt
ul Ihi- City Nutimiiil liaiik of i'niro. l-ir the inr)n
f vli-rtliiUFi'Vi-D iliriM-inr-. will In- lu-l'l ht th of
(l' i- .f I hunk. In Ihi city, on I'lir-diiy. .1 Hii'mry
ll.lsM. l'nlln mii-n tit Ul n'rliuk a, m. ini'l clou;
at I o.dnck u. in. of ai l rlnv.
THUS. W. 11 A I.LI DAY. CiKhU-r.
Xow is the Time to SitWi'ilit'
Frank Leslie's Popular
Th timiiiiry Niimht-r ic crn wd-.-it with drilctitf ii
ri Kilini! umtiiT. n-pli-tu with mii-ri-at, rntiT'iiui
mo l iiinl inatructliin. Tim (ipi-iiliii; HitlrU-. hy
NiiU 'iit i.niiinpiin, tiitlilt'U. 'MiHki'Hn'nri! p i.im
ilnti," l I'liilnirmc III tin ili'tull". nn 4 him tlilrttin
fttiu 11 ItiHt rut loiiM. Allium; tin) ii i ii 1 1 y nrtlclr. ol
fH tn; i ti ) im-rll wit inny limtnic'. "IViiriKk Slm-it-Inn
lu lmltn"; "Siiiiih .Mumnriiiln il 1'iiHiiiihiip"
(with h v iitiM-n llliii-triitlniiKii "A lio"ip nhont
t'urlliii; '; "VS'uiiiiimV lliilr. im tllor'' ntnl nn I'mpi-r-ty,"
i tc.., etc. In tin- ilt'p.irtiiii'lil ol lli UMi II lid
lliu roiiiiniiiitloii il " I'lm Ainlit-r Witch, n Ktury
ofliiii-iiM- lut" i'Kl i "Tin- nory of h I'IIltIiii Hut-
tli-." hy II clen . l'lormni, uud luvcinl nlli
morle hy linpniiir wrlliTH. Tlu-ruuri' "lii'li lif" tif
it n.-nt ini-rlt by v. .1. r lori tu".-. cic, utid tini-ma hy
Aimtln Iliihuiili, l'niilinu Killof, etc, vte. Tlu
inlHrulliiny In iin iMiiilly coplnua, t-nihriii'liii; a UriM
Vttrlnty ol Hiiliji!i-t nlul prrn'iitinu nn nlnni'l i'
hinllli!i' fund of umiiHi'tiii'iit mid Itirnriiiiilltiii
Tint iitiiiilii-r riint. 'Inn liiS itmrlo pairi-R ol utiuiiliin
llti-rii'tiru Mini tivi-r HM lino viil'ihvIiil-ii. A ultiL-lu
copy I ntilv W t'1'iiin. mid t' WH fi'fui'i! riipli'ii for
n yvur. i. Hiioreia iiiiiiuii-,uuu yi tor i'iiir nioiiine,
ei lil piiht iri'i', a iniri ,
Frutik Lcslic'H riilillslilua: House,
M, r5 tt M I'nrk I'lnic. New York
Circuit Jtulijo-D. J, Miikur.
Circuit C'lntk-A. II. Irvln.
(bounty JinlRi! H. H. Y'dcum.
County Ch-rk-S. J. Hiimtn.
Coiilily Attorney I. M. Dnnirnn.
?cmtitv Tn-riBiiri-r Milea W. l'urkcr.
Coroner It. Kllititunurl.
Comity Ci)iiimlHlotit-r-T. W, Ullltiy, J
M. tilbbi.Sitimiul Urllty.
THE DAILY IJITLLETIN.
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
rcnii?vlvnula Inn fovty.two flint,
twenly-'tliiee window, and thii'tcen
Lottie gluss tactorius.
A cave of larjio tllmenlons 1ms Iteen
dUcovered on JjoyitUock Crock, Ly
coming county, I'uiuiHy lvaniu.
"Octuvo Tlmnct," llio tiui";a.iiie wri
ter, in Mis Mire V rem; 1 1, of Daven
liorl, lora, a (,'raduato of Abbott
Mrs. Van Oott, tlie female revivalist,
lias broken down nervously from over
work. Blic has been preaching and
working for fourteen years.
Miss Itivinre, of Charleston, S. C,
has a court dress once worn by Marie
Antoinette. It Is of purple satin, und
is still in good condition.
Of the bishops, judges, and otherof
ticiiil personugus who took part in
Queen Victoria's coronation forty
two years ago, all arc now dead.
In the collection of the Uabylonian
Inscribed cuneiform terracotta' tablets
recently purchased by the JirhUli
museum lire additions to the legend of
Indiana has a woman who weighs
Mo pounds, yet she ran a tramp over
three fences and across a meadow' and
pounded liiiu until he had to bo taken
awny in a wagon.
M.iry Ann Middiewood, of Liver
pool, t sillied 111 court Unit her hus
band Ccorge had .Liven her a black
eye sixteen times during the four and
a'half years of thvir married life.
Ccorge was sent to prison for two
A citizen of Norwich. Conn., well
known Hi a liberal giver for religious
object-, has ofl'erred .:'3,000 for a new
translation of the bible in which the
doctrine of baptism by immersion
shall receive what he considers its just
It is complained that ladies etill
continue to wear ''outside jacket pock
ets," notwithstanding the solemn re
monstrances against this fashion ad
dressed to them by magistrates as one
which affords facilities to pickpockets
and a temptation to dishonesty.
Mile. Leona, a female athlete, gained
much popularity in Germany by her
feats of strength and skill. One act
was to hang by her knees from a tra
peze and hold another acrobat by her
teeth. Itccently in Hamburg six of her
teeth and a part of her jaw were torn
out, letting the man fall.
Sixty-four years ago occurred the
year without a summer. May 17,1516
the mow fell eight inches deep on a
level in Hartford. July 5, that year,
Indian corn was so lro.en that the
tfreater part was cut down and dried
lor fodder iu Connecticut. There was
frost every mouth of the year iu the
'To provide a home for girls who,
from the evil example, extreme pov
erty or death of their parents are ex
pu"pd to temptation," is the object of
the Ken-iugtoii (England) Industrial
School for ttirls. It is urged that
girls require looking after even more
than L".vs, because they cannot so
easily recover themselves after a false
Kcv. Dr. Woods, of AndoTcr, was
once giving his class some instructions
about preaching iu such a manner as
to gain attraction and applause.
'Young gentlemen," said he. ''it's a 11
contained in a nutshell. When you
go to preach in the city, take your
best coat ; but when you go to preach
in the country,, take your best ser
mon." Sheik Aboul Hilda, the chief ad vi-er
of the Sultan of Turkey, is about, oo
years of age. He has a great reputa
tion as well for his learning as for the
purity of his life. He traces his de
scent through the paten, al line to
Saeid Ahmet Kifai, the nephew of the
prophet, and by the mother's side to
Khaledibu-Velib, the conqueror of
Col. Gordon, the Englishman fa
mous for bravery in China, is said to
be a particularly eccentric man, and
is so hone-t and clever in his own
special lino that his eccentricity is
overlooked. On his last visit to Eng
land he was invited to dine with the
I'rince of Wales, and he refused. It
would be impossible tor him to go,
mountain had combined against me.
lie naiil : he was usually in bed at half-pa-t
nine ; and lie did not go.
An Indian chool under the charge
of the Sixers of Charity at the Cn-nr
d'Aleue Agency, in Washington Terri
tory, numbers' twenty-. -even pupils
ranging in age from 10 to I t years.
The pupils read, write, spell and ex
plain calculations in arithmetic almost
us well as white children of the same
age and experience. They are neatly
clad, appear interested iu their studies,
and are evidenly making rapid pro
gress. The three most noted men in (ho
world in point of stature are Chang,
the Chinese giant, Cheevah, aChineso
dwarf, and liru-dad, a tall Norwegian.
Chang stands eight feet two inches in
liight", has a span of eight feet with
his extended arms, weighs liU-t pounds
and writes his name without ell'ort
on a sign post 10 feet high. He
speaks live different languages, in
cluding English. The Norwegian is
7 feet t) inches high and weighs ami
pounds. The dwarf is probably the
biuallest man iu the world, lie is 12
vears old, and his liight Is only 'Jo
inches. Exhibited dwarfs are com
monly al least three feet high.
According to the United States Fish
Commission, the world is indebted to
n woman for the discovery that the.
oil of the "menhaden" 11 sh has much
commercial value. About the year
1800 Mrs. John UarUett, of Ditto Hill,
near Mount Desert, Me,, while boiling
some hh lor her chickens, noticed a
thick scum of oil upon the siirlace ot
tlio water. Some ol this she boiled,
and when on u visit to lloston soon
utter, she curried samples to one of the
leading oil merchants of that city,
who encouraged her to bring more.
Tho following year the l.arllett fam
ily Industriously plied the gill-nets,
and neut to market thirteeu barrels of
oil, for which they were paid at tho
nitc ol'jfll per barrel, In all $ Htf.
Itching riles Symptoms uml Cure.
The symptoms urn moisture, like pers
piration, intense itching, increased by
KTiilching, very distressing, particularly at
night, as if pin worms were crawling in uml
about the rectum; tho private pints are
sometimes all'cctotl; if allowed to continue,
very serious results may follow. Dr.
Swayiic's Al 1-Hi-iiliiitf Ointment is a picas
unt sure cure. Also, fur Tetter, Itch, Salt
ltlieiim, Scald Head, Erysipelas, liarbcr's
Itch, Iilotchcs, all Scaly Crusty Cutaneous
Eruptions. Trice 50 cents, o boxes for
Sent by mail to any address on receipt of
price in currency or three cent postage
stamps. Prepared only by Dr. Swnyne &
Son, ;j:J0 North Sixth street, Philadelphia,
I'a. Sold by nil prominent druggists in
Cairo and elsewhere.
Swaynu's Pills are the best for all bil
ious disorders, They ward olf Chills and
LIST Ol" LKTTKHS HKMAINIM1 I'M'ALLLl)
FOU IS 111 K POSTOFFICJC AT CAIUO, ILL.,
fuihav, nm.Miii.ii 21, 10.
Jii'iwn, Jerline; JUker, Miss II. II; Bun
cein, Kiz.ie; Cas.ie, Elizabeth; dmley,
Kite: Casey, Elizabeth; Clark, Mrs.
Charlie; Clay, Molly Ann; Dury, Martha;
Die!)', Acel; Funk, Annie; FirJier. Kate;
Ferguson, Sallie ; Fisher, Josephine : Gordon,
Eliza; Oritlin, Miss E; (!ibon, Lucy;
Grnila( Chana; Goodnian, Anna; Hunt,
Mrs; Hunt, Maggie; Ilirch, Mrs. E; Hester,
Kate; Jones, Murthay; Johnson, Jane;
Johnson, Annie; Junes, Cora;Kenida, Ellen;
I.'li.ct... Vll.n T tfi.n f. i f. 1 ...,.
k.oi'i, ijio.ii, jiisii,U ..tin. .1. , iwii,,
Mary E; Lang, Bell (2); Moore, Mary E;
Metzgart, Mis. M. C; Mason. Mis. K. S
Morality, Mary ; Ohusumn,Mrs. M ; Itooney,
Eaura; Symson, Mary; Sullivan, Mrs. Jas;
Sum.-on, Mary;Sullivan,Ellen;Smitl), Miss
II.; Tomson, Dofney; Vaughn, Annie;
Walker, Annie; Williams, Fanny; Wight,
Kittie; White, Kittie; Wolcott, Ettie
Walsh, Mary T; Washington, Lizzie; Waul,
Lavinia; White, Wintie.
Ashley, Wm; Alexander, C'h; Boyen, AV.
C; Burton, L. D; Brown, J. W; Beas, John;
Blinn, Jno. L; Brown. Isiah; Balsley,G. II;
liemis, Frank; Britten, Edward; Buth-
man, Fred; Browning, Ed L; Baine,
Crone; liallinger, Charlie; Busby, Ben F;
Cottingham, W. T; Carson, Thos; Cloud,
M. R; Cullen, M.E; Coffin, J. B; Collins-
Iia;Crarer, II. E; Dudley, Wm; "Dent,
Joseph; Dill, Juo. B; Dunning, George
Doig, C. I); Duncan, Dr. CP; Dumbar,
Harry ; Ernphilips, John; Evans, Geo. W;
Fields, Wm; Fisher, Jumes; Oilman, Thos
Green, Lewis A; Green, James; Hatcher,
Senica; Hilgar, Perry; Hayde, Jacob;
Holmes, Jas. W; Heron, Jack; Herson,
Herman; Hair, II. B; Herlop, Frank;
Hirsch, Emit; Hardy, Charles; Jons, Jno.
II; Jones, J. W; Kergan, James; Kim-
mes, E. E: King, Aaron; Kerth, Alex;
Lucens, Milton; Luuderman, Louis; Lehn
ing, J. P; Lyons, John; Law, Jim; London'
H ; Mason, AVm; Mcrritt, W. 11; McClary,
Thos; Mohaniy, John J; Moms, John;
Morris. James; Martin, J. W ; Mills, J. II
McCoimick, John; McAllcii, Tims; 3Iutz,
C. M ; Mordork, Dave; Ogitne, Geo; Pratt,
John W; Parker, Jackson; Pritcli, J. II;
Powell, Chas;Piles, B. Y; Quiun. Robert;
Roy.-ter, W. E; Kosegrant,T. F; Rodney,
J. C; Kced, J. G ; Read, II. C; Remnicr,
( JeorL'e ; Itobcrson, George ; Stephens, Mack ;
Stewart, Lindsay ; Starr, John N; Scott,
Frank ; Shei man. Caleb; Towers, T. II;
Thompson, R. II ; Taylor, J. N; Turner.
Henry ; Toney, C. M ; Taylor, I). C; Woods,
Thos; Wilson, S. A; White, James; Walker,
John W; Williams, Joe; Woods, James;
White, Frank; Watson, Mrs. U. It; Wight &
Powell; Wright, A. S;
Steamer Clias. Morgan; Steamer R. R.
Springer ; ."steamer Gulden Crown: steamer
Golden City: Steamer Vint Sliinkle.
Persons calling for any of the above
named letters, will please sav advettised,
Gi:o. W. Mt KiiAio, postmaster.
Dr. K'ine's Great Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the age for all Neive Diseases,
All tits stopptd 1'rcc. Stud to !:il Arch
.trcet, Philadelphia, Pi nn.
Tlios. Howard, Bradford, Pa., writes: I
enclose money for spring Blossom, as I
said I would if it cured me; myDyspepsia
has vanished with all its svmptoiiis. M:my
thanks; I shall never be with in the house.
i ATiiAUi ic or purgative pills do more
harm than good. Carter's Little Liver
Pills do only good, but a large amount of
that. Only one pill a dose.
Any ladies w ishing to knowol the merits
of the Excelsior Kidney Pad, its action,
etc., nre referred to Mrs. m. E. McKeek-
nie, Photograph Parlors. Toledo, Ohio.-
Mayor N. II. Tliistlcwood.
Treasurer Edward Dezonln.
Clerk lleunl. J. l-'olev,
Coiiiielor--Win. B. (Jiilinrt.
Marshal J. H. Robinson,
Attorney William llendrlek.
no Aim or At.nKii.iinN.
First rd-.M. .1 llowlev. Peter Sanp.
Sin'ond Ward-David T. Llnet-nr. .lei.se Hinklc
Third Ward -Egbert Smith. II. 1". Illk.
Fourth Ward-Chnrlee O. l'atler, Adolph Swo
Inula. Filth Ward-T. W. Halllilay, Ernest 11. 1'uttlt.
rKNERAb DELIVERY open i :w a.m.; clones
v o:.)op,m.; sunuay: e id m ii. tn
Money Order Departmenl opeu t 8 1, in.; cloaea
it a p. in.
Throue-h Express Malls via Illluol Cuutral 3:40
Mississippi Ceutral Kullronda close al !) p. m.
Cairo nnd Poplar nitill' Tlirough aud Way Mall
Close Ul I p. III.
Way Mull via Illinois Ccntrnl. Culm and Vln-
Cannes uud Miss.sstppl Central Railroads cloio at
im.i p. in.
Way Mull for Narrow ()aui;a Railroad close at
S::-o i. m,
Cairn and Evnnsvllle River Route nlosvi at 'i:'M
If, ui. daliy (uxcvpt Krlday),
. . . . . '.Ul . . " ' '.'.'..'....1...!!.'."'.'.' '.
8TOVES AND TIN WAKE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER it SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KI.VIJS OK J01I WOHK DONE TO OUDKll.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo, - - Illinois1
All hortf, Stylo and Sin- lit
C. K O C I-I'S,
.Maui.l;icti:rrr and deafer
In tlm f.ucit Ilaiid-Si-wiMl und I'c(.'j;t-(1 ItootH C(1
Stioci! of all the. latect ftyUc. from the hiat
St. Lor is and Boston
Matiufactnreri". Hns tin-lnrneat and bent Rclucliid
nock to tn; found lu the city for
Men's, Boys', Ladies' and Children's
wear, t llieloweat pofibli! price. Alwaya on hand
a complete Ktock of leather aud dndiiiss.
No. W f 'ommercial Ave. I
Bet. Fifth and Sixth St.
QIITO & MISSISSIPPI R'y.
TIME TAI1LE OF PAHSKNOEU TRAINS FROM
VINCLN.NLS (Nov. 30, 1879.)
No. 2 Pay Ksprcaa (Except SuuJay)
. 1 :"o p. m.
. 1 ::).') p. in.
. 1-i :bii a. m.
o fcpreen ( hxeept snuday)
4 N'lii.ht Expree (DhiIv)
No. !i Kxprcm (Except. Sunday)
1 l)uv exprvs (bxcept Sunday).. .
3 Nljht hxpn-ff iDully)
. a :So p. in
. 1 : a. in
J. K. Ci.aiik. t'. S. Cose. Jil
AitL-nt Viiinennei" . Oen. Tickiit Au t Cluclnnutl
(JAIIIO t ST. LOUIS 11. R.
II. V. SMITIIKUS, Iiweiver.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE B?;TWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
1 hrotnjh Exprc leaves Cairo 0:45 a.m
Throi;h Exprta arrivea at E. St. I.oula. . 5:i)p.m
Tnrouzh fcxpree li-avH K. St. Louiii.... :im.m
ThroUL'b Kxprtea arrlvee at l ain SilOp.ni
.Munhyehoroacc(miinodutlonli.-avoai atro li'llip.m
Mu'phyaboro Arc. arrivea at Murphyeboro 7:.Vp.m
Murphyfboro Acc. leave .Murpbynboro .. rciMa.m
Marphvnboro Acc. arrive at Cairo 11 1'.'ua.m
lhn Cairo St. Lou In Kail Koid Is the only all
Rail Koute between Cairo and St. Louis under one
management, therefore there are no delay at
way station awaltinc connections from other line
Close and nre connection al St. Louln with other
lines lor .North, hast and n est.
J. A. NAL'ttLE. L.M.JOriNSON.
Aucnt Cii-Lcrul .M.inai:er
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicairo.
Tho Only .Line lluiming
Making Direct Connection
Tiuinr I.kavk Cairo:
:i:ir a m. Mail,
Arriving In St. Louis l:4."i a.m. : Chicago, S:Sft p.m.;
Connectltii; at Odin and KH':ni;haiii for Cinciti
nuli, Louisville, liidlunnpolia and pulma Eunt.
11:10 u.m. fcit. liOuiH uml AV"itirii
Arriving In 8t. Louis 7 :0. p. m., and cotinectinii
for all poiuta iVest..
-:'iO p.m. J':tt Kxproni.
For St Lonls and Chlciii;o, arriving at St. Louis
10: 10 p.m., and Clilcnio T:'J) a m
diliO p. in. C'liK'inniitl Kxprons.
Arrlvlnc at Clnclntiall :H0 n in.; Lniiisllle 7:30
a in.; Indlaniipolls 4M a.m. I'ussenu'i'r by
this train reach tho above points 1!J to Ll
UOl'KS lu advance of any other route,
rThe4:l p. m. expre ha ITLI.MAN
SLKEI'INil CAR Cairo to Ciucinnall, without
chances, and through nlee eialo M. I.oula and
Fast Time Knst,
T'lltSlOlKroiV lM II"" 8tbrmiili to Knsl.
X iln.lLllA IIS rrn iHilnis without any deliiv
ranaed hv 8nndnv lntcrveiilnif. The Snlurdnv alier
noon tralu trout Cairo arrives In new York Monday
mnmliiK at l::i,". Thirty-six liours In advance of
any other rotito.
twrcit turnitsh ticket and further Information.
apply at Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
)A. Jonnu.N, j. ii, .Hi.Nr.s,
(len. Southern Atjent. Ticket Atfent.
A. 11. HANSON, (leu, l'a. Acnt. Chiciwo,
DM I M STR ATOR'8 BALK.
Notice I hereby Riven, that on Saturday llio tftli
day of January next, between the hour: of 10
o'clock in the forenoon and D o'clock In tho after
noon of said day, at tlin latu farm resilience of
Isaac, Walder deceased, In township 17 H. R. U,
west in Alexander, and state of Illinois, the per
sonal properly of said decedent, consisting of
burs, is, mules, entile, hoi's, farming linplemeiils
and ni'iehlnery ol' various kinds, household and
kitchen furniture about KM) bushels of corn;
about HI acres of urowlnir. wheat and oilier articles
Will be sold it public sale.
TERMS OK SALE: I'lirehim of lens thanfivo
dollars to he p ild In hand ; lor that amount and
over, on acredlt of nine month, llio purchaser
Ettliicniiti'. with nptirivedacciirliy.
KKLl I IZAW A I, lK II Administratrix
Cairo, 111,, December, IMit lls,
Ills s .
I I t. T
Cure Your Iackaciie.
And all dlsenses of the Kidney, Uladder aud
L'rinary Uranus by wearing the
Improved Excelsior Kidney-Pail
It 1 a MAItVEL of IIEAI.1NU and KELIEP
Simple, Sensible, Direct, Pain
It C'l.'K F.H whern nil else falls. A KKVELA-
TION aud 1UCVOLI TIOS In .Medicine. Absorp
tion or direct ap;dicallon, a opposed 'o un
satisfactory Internal niediclniu. Send for our
treatise on Kidney troubles, sent free. Sold by
drtiuists. or scut liy mail, on receipt of price, J J
Or'iina.and'n.THE ONLY WM PAD CO
nine Kidney l'ad DETROIT,
Ask for It and Michigan
MnniiKer for the Northwest.
Worth Its Wekhit L Gold
Sold by all Druggists.
Go to PAUL G. SCHE1I, Druggist, Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Erei minis' New National
Dyes. For brightness and durability of color are unequalled. Color fiem 2 to 5
pounds, price 15 cents.
PIANOS AND OHiiANS.
Mendelssohn Piano Co.
Will make, for the next 60 days only, a Grand Offer of
PIANOS AND OEGANS.
Sfi50 Sfpniro Grand Piano for only 8245.
tsrrVf V '! Mne;nlllcent Rosewood enso, eleifantly finished, 3 strlnR 7 1-3 Octavci full patent
-1 1 riiiiluiite iiitrafles, our new patent overstrung ecule, beantilul carved legs and lyre heavy
serpentine nnd lame fancy moulding round case, full Iron Frame, French (irand Action, (irand Ham
mers, In fact every Improvement which can in any way tend to the perfection of the Instrument has
been added .
"Our price for thi instrument boxed and delivered on board tho cars at New York CO j X OO
Willi Hue I'laiio Cover, Stool uud Hook, only V I'J.l'V.
Tin Piano will he sent on test trial. Please send reference II you do not aend money with order. Carh
sent with ordi r w ill be n funded and freight charges paid by us l.olh ) if Piano I nol jint a. rep
resented in this advertisement, Thousand In use. Send lor Catalogue. Every inrtiunicnt luily war
ranted for live years.
1)1 ViU S'"1 (with Stool, Cover and flook). All strictly First-class and sold ai Whole
I I A j 1 a3 sale fiu tory juices These 1 iiuios madenne ol the finest dtspliiv at the Centennial
Exhibition, und went unanimous!) recommended for the lllthtst Donor. The
S(iiare contain our New Patent Scale, Hie i;reulest Iniprnu inetl lii the history of Piano making. Tho
I'priL'ht nre the llnest in America. Positively we make the tlnet Pianos, of the richest toue i.ud grcat
est duiiibility. Thev are reel mmended by the hlcheal niusieal authurltle In the country. Oier I4.ne0
in use, and not one illssHllsiled iurehaser. All Pianos and Orpin rent on V' day test tria! freight
free if liiisHtlsfuclorv. Don't fail to write ns before buying. Positively we oiler Ibe nest bargain. Cat
alogue mailed free. Ilaiidsonie Illustrated und Descripilie Culloi-iie ol -is pi gis miiili a fur 3c ttanip.
Will J 1 lialllf I II I I V I
fcvery rtano inny warriinien lor ft year.
our -rarior wrann iitinilec nr'iin, siyie ;i,i, i tue iinest and sweeten iniun jicea
ortiiii ever olVered the miisicul public It contains Five Ociuve. Five set Heed,
four of 'J'i Octaves each, and one of three Octaves. Thirteen Slops with (irand
Organ Diap.nn, Melodla. Viola. Hule.lYlcstc, Dulcet, Echo, Melodia Forte. Celestlna, Vlolina. Flute
Forte, Tn undo, (irand Orgnn and (iraud swidl. Knen-StopH Height 74 Inches: Lennth.-lS in; Width,
I In; Weight, boxed. MHO lbs. The case Isof nolle! walnut, veneend with choice woods, and la of au
entirely new and hciiutllul dcslcti. elaborately carved, with raised patmels, music closet, lamp stand,
fretwork, Etc., all elegantly finished. Possesses, the latest nnd best improvements, with great power,
deplh, hrillianev mid inpalhellc quality of lone. Heuu 1 1 1 ill solo i Heels and perlect stop action
Regular retail price $'.Y Our wholesale net cash price to have It Introduced, with stool and book,
oulv :C-a one orgun sell others. Positively ro deviation in price Nnpavnicnt riiiilrid ni til you
have fully tested the orgeu in your own home. We send nil Organ on 1!) iluv. test trial and pay freight
both wuv If Instrument I not a represented. Fully warraliti d for a yeara. Other alylei-S top or
gan only JHS; tt topi. $sr: 1 f stops, . 1 1 r. Ovur IW.IKK' sold, nnd every Organ has given the fullest fat
IslMctlon. lllustriiled circular mailed Iree. Factory and wureroom. 57th St. and loth Ave
WnWin1 AIT'VJlf1 t one-third price. Catalogue of : U choice piece ent for 3c tamp. This
Oil lili 1 Jl I 'Ol J Catalogue includes most of Die popular music of the day aud every variety of
musical composition, by the besl author, Address,
MENDELSSOHN PJAN0 CO., P.O. box 2050, New York City.
HOOTS AND SHOES
Maiiulactitrer and dealer in Cnslom mado
BOOTS and SHOES.
Finest and Neatest
stock of Custom
Made Boots ami
Shoes for Boysand
Men's weal' to bo
found in the city.
No other shop can
compare with It.
N, U. All work warranted, and Repairing neatly
dono on shoit notice.
Iiifvlitli Cf Uotweeu Commercial and
'jlglHH Oli. WafhlniJtou Ave.
ttn . ..if iMIIIII .
"" Mill). ... i ( HMMIII t NIHIHI HMD 1 . . ,
Cures by ABSORPTION (Nature's way
4 I I LUNG DISEASES,
f I I THROAT DISEASES.
ItDltlVKS INTO the tyetem cnratlve agenti
and hi-nlinc medicines.
It DMA WS FKO.M tho diseased part the poison
tlist eause death.
THOUSANDS TKSTIFY TO ITS VIRTUES.
You can be Relieved and Cured
Don't despair nntll yoii have tried thl fenslbie,
Easily Applied and RADICALLY E F
V K C T r A L lieinedy
sold by drucKlsts, or aent by mall on receipt of
price, Hi.W, by
monUlndeourTIIE0NLY LUSG PAD CO.
book ' Three DETROIT,
Million a Year" ViMiio-nn
Sent free, .illCIHgan.
Manager for the Northwest.
PRICE 50 cents and $1.00.
Yonrelvcby making mon
ey when a golden cbunce Is
olfered, thereby always
keeping poverty Irom your
door. Those who always
take advautairn of tha rood
chance for making money that are offered, general
ly become wealthy, whllu those who do not Im
prove such chance remain in poverty. W want
manv men, women, boy and girls to do work for n.
rigid in their own localities, The bu.lncsa will
p. iy more than ten tune ordinary wage. Wo
furnish au expenenivo on till ami all that you
u I free. No una who engage fails to make
money rapidly. Voa can devote yonr whole time
to the work, or only your spara moment. Full
Information and all that I needed sent free. Ad
drvas STINSON A CO., Portland. Maine,
l-l 11 1 I II
TpOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
. STEAM FORGE.
Vulcan Iron Works
91 OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO. I U.S.
John T. Hennie.
HAVIXO established hi work at the above men
Honed placo l better prepared than ever for
manufacturing Steam Engine and Mill Machinery.
Having a Steam Hammer and ample Tool, the
m a n u fact ii ro of all kind of Machinery, Railroad,
Steamboat and llrldgo Forging made specialty.
Especial attention given to repaint of It 'tnesand
lira Casting of all kind mada to ordet
Pipe F ttliui In all Its brauchui.