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One trial bottle t' Spring B'ofsom can
lu procured from your ilruirist for 10
cents. To thoc trouMeat with indigestion
and dyspepsia we recommend hn immedi
ate tri'ul. Price, iiO cent-; trial bottles, 10
. To ail who are suffering from the errors
. and indiscretions of youth.ncrvous weakness,
early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
send a recipe that will cure you, free of
charge. This great remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
a self-addressed envelope to the Itev. Joseph
T. Imnan, Station I), New York City.
We DESIIIK to call the attention to our
readers to the (irand Holiday Offer of the
Jlendelfsohn Piano Company, whose ad
vertisemen. appears elsewhere. This
Company offers an Square Grand
Piano, :i stringed; 1u octaves, in a hand--some
rose wood case, for only $'245; also
many other styles of Pianos and Organs at
great bargains for the Holidays, including
sheet music, at one-third price. These
Pianos, including Grand, Square and Up
right, made cue of llie finest displays at
the Centennial Exhibition, and went unanimously-
recommended for tin- Diploma of
Honor and Medal of Merit. Tlir- Mendels
sohn Piano Co. are the first to do a general
business with the purchaser direct, saving
him more than one-hall the price charged
by other first class makers. This saving is
made by doing away with the Agency Sys
tem, and giving the people the Pianos at
Wholesale or Agency prices. We would
recommend any ot our renders who have
any idea of ever buying a Piano or Organ,
to send for their Illustrated and D-serip-five
Catalogues, which will be mailed free
One bottle of Dr. Thomas' Kclectric Oil
restored the voice when the person had
not spoken above a whisper in live years.
Soltl by Paul O. Schuh.
PuFrs Houinson, Xunda, X. Y.
Sixer, vitality or nervous strength is r n
gendered most speeiliiy by the u-e of 1'Yl
lows' Syrup of Hypophosphites, u is the
remedy calculated not only to mitigate the
violence of wasting disea-es, anil induce a
rapid recovery, but also to protect such n
use it from being attacked by epidemic,
W'liiTK to Mrs. I.ydia E. Pnikham,
Western avenue, Lynn, Mas., for names of
ladies that have been restored to perfect
Lealli by the use of her Vegetable Coin
jMiund. It is a positive cure tor the most
tublorii cases of female weakness.
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!1
Are you disturbed at night and broken of
your rest by a sick child suffering ami cry
ing from the excruciating pains of cutting
teeth? It so, go at once and get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Southing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on eartn
who has ever ued it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate the bowels
and give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly 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 Slates.
Bold everywhere. Twentv-live cents a bottle-
A WONDERFUL DlSCOVF.RV.
For the speedy cure of consumption and
all diseases that leud to it, such asstubbom
coughs, neglected colds, bronchitis, liny
fever, asthma, pain in the side and chest,
dry hacking cough, tickling in the throat,
hoarseness, sore throat, and all chronic or
lingering disi uses of the throat and lung",
Dr. King's New Discuvery has no roiml
and has established for itself a world -v V
reputation. Many leading physic; s
recommend ami use it in their prat i
'Ihe formula trom winch it is prepn-i
highly recommended by all mimical '
als. Tim clergy and the press have i
plimented it in the most glowing ten
Go to your druggist and get a trial bottle
free of cost, or a regular size fur . Y
ale by Geo, E. O'ilara, Druggist, Cairo,
A LITTLE medicine of the right kind,
takeh at the riht time, m jnvahitlile.
That means Carter's Little Liver Pills, mid
take them now,
THE DAILY CAIRO
An honcsi fanner receives a visit
from a denier in live-stock, who wish
es to pitn lisso U pork-crop. After
chaffering over tho price, they go out
to thu lunii-yard to iuspect tho niii
On the threshold they meet the
fanner's daughter a handsome, strap
ping las of nineteen,' whoso plump
ncs and color would havo delimited
lly Jove," enys tho admiring; find
gallant dcuJcr, feeling that aumo com
pliment is demanded of him, iy,
if your pigs nro anything like your
daughter wo will lmvo no difficulty
in making u bargain."
There is only one among Bertha's
several "protectors" whom she would
really like to marry. Ho is Theo
dore. Uut Theodore U not on tho marry
by a largo majority.
Fclise Uerlha's waiting maid a
voting buy whoso chock would cut
diamonds, doesn't hesitate to tell her
mistress that she is getting old, and
had better nail a husband before it is
'lint what shall 1 do? 'ihnodorc
won't marry me?" exclaims lieriha in
"Fud-ol can fix hui;," says l ci
Leave that to me. Will you give
up nil your other lovers?"
"Yes", if 1 can marry Theodore."
"And do everything else that I toll
you to do?"
"Well, then Theodore shall be yours
Tho next day Theodore calls.
"Fclise," siid he, "you luok sad."
"After what lias happened this
morning, I don't feci mu'.'h liko
"What was it?"
"Madame tried to kill herself for
"It is true."
"She loves me, then?"
"She adoics you. There's the ar
senic on the mantel. To keep her
from killing herself, I told her you
would marry her."
"Uut 1 don't want to marry."
"Then you are a murderer. I will
give you tifieeii days; if you don't
decide to marry her by that time, 1
will let her take tho arsenic.."
"That arsenic racket mny fetch
him," -aid Fed i so to her mistress, a
day or two aiterward, "but to nuke
sine, I'll try anoiher. Hero's a little
htiill that I'll doctor his wine- with
when he dines here to-morrow. I've
used it to keep jealous lovers at home
when my inislres-es wished to go
down to the seaside with some favor
ile. It won't hint him any. I'll
get a clerk in a drug-Moro whom 1
know to play the ilocioi'."'
Tho next uay, at dinner, Theodore
chips bis baud on his stomach, and
turns ghastly pale.
"Ureal heavens!" he cries, "I'm dy
ing." They put him to bud, nnd sent in
great nasiu for the doctor.
Tiio druggist's boy comes, looking
very solemn in a while cravat and
a w ig lo match.
"A bad case," says he, after exam
ining the groaning patient. "Uut
good nursing may pull him through.
It's a very i.ungerous ami contagious
ciisea.se, how ever, and the question is,
ho wili liaise him?"
"1 will," says Ucrihii.
'i iicouoi'c, who is deeply moved by
lliis devoi ion :
"Ji you save my life and you es-cap'-,
vuii shall i e my wife."
The i 'Heels of toe drug wear off.
The doctor pronounces his patient on
toe road to recovery, ,
A month nltei wai,, Theodoro leads
PTlha to I he altar, Feliiu is maid
of honor. I'rciifi I'dju'r.
ii . a. i
The crverities of literary destiny
are certainly s'riuige. Ch .rles Land)
spent the better jiart of his lif upon
the stitiiinit of a lofty stool in a Lon
don office, eopyin r words and figures
into a serie-of folios. Mis Uraddou
is conducted by inscrutable file to
the novelist's desk, ihcro to squander
a flirty-clerk power o: per-Ment pen
manship in tiirmng romance i 1 1 . ridi
cule, she has l.ilic imagiua' ion, an
indifferent la-! ', nod no humor; and
yet she has written neuly two scoro
of novels, wine. i have been read by
bundled of thousands of readers, nn l
the pages of wh.ch aie uu-iaiiicd, so
far as we are aware, by anything wor-o
than sensation disin mid vipuliiy.
Woere to look lor a parallel to such a
tour tie force we know not. 'OuidaY'
"success" is due to her unfailing pru
riency ; 15 ilae's o his inexbaostiblo
geiiiiis; Ueorgo Elo 's to her intellec
tual sympathy. Miss ISrad ion, wiili
out the aid of cither pruriency, genius,
or iinellectiial syiup ilhy, is almost as
widely known, ami is perhaps nioro
read than any of tho before-mentioned
writers. Where is tho explanation of
litis iniiJtii.il y to be sough i.' There must
be a 1 iige cla-s of minds which can
find repo-u neither in sleep, nor
in wak.ng idleness, but only in
a Hit i ci lici 1 1 menial movement, thicli
shall deceive tne mind proper into
laiteying n-cll ucciip.ed, a in I thus
euaolu it to steal borne actual rest.
Now, undoubtedly no ntcuml move
ment can bo more superficial than licit
prod iii ed by an iiiicr.tical perusal of
Miss Ilniddou's novel i, and Ihcrcloro
lio inwaid calm nioro tiuruliied.
A fighiing clergyman lives at Me
dia, Pa., as a certain ihicfcau tcsiiiy,
11, s name is 11. F. Siriug.nud ho is tho
asior of a Meihodisl church ut that
I hue. Ti,c llin f entered Ihc hoiiso
i through the cellar window. Huh ted a
candle and then cmcrcd llie kl ciieu.
lie then exchanged tho candle lor n
eoal-oii limp, dressed h.iiiself in a
sheet by culling holes in il (or his
bend tind tiro s, and thus arrayed Went
lo H,e be .side of Mr. B ring. Hold
ing ihc lamp in one hand and a kuil'o
in (he otoer, he tried lo soothe Mr.
fcdring liy saving: "Wo don't Main iu
commit any v,o erne;" bid Mr. Sirin
tpiang ii'oin hi. hcil.nilackcd in. ih.ct
uu.i dro c li Liu from the hoiuc.
BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNINtV DECEMBER
ITEMS OP INTEREST.
. Clarence E.ConUiri nnd others havo
discovered a mine of gold nnd silver
in tho town of Uenson. Hamilton coun
ty, N. Y. Solon Dinghaui and others
claim to have discovered 11 mines of
crold nnd silver iu tho town of Wells,
Tho American Consul at Geneva
anysthut American beef and live stock
have penel lilted as far us thai region,
and tho value of choice cattle raised in
largo number! in Switzerland for the
Paris and French markets has been
sensibly diminished by tho importa
tion from America.
The widow of Charles De Long,
formerly minister to Japan, has a cup
and saucer which were presented lo
her husband by the mikado. They
are of jade, a dark green ware, regard
ed by the Japanee as possessing mir
aculous powers. They are valued at
about $l,ooo. A Chinese visitor etolo
them from Mrs. De Long, in Sail
Francisco, but sho found them in a
Tho railroad monopolies do not
have it all their own way after nil,
says the San Francisco J'ost : A lady
sued tho Central Pacific for $75 dam
ages for allowing a locomotive to
scald all tho hair off a valuable dog
expressed her from this city. She
obtained Judgment and collected the
money before the company found out
that it was a Japanese dog, und never
had any hair.
The largest rattlesnake probably
that has ever been seen in Washing
ton arrived at t lie Smithsonian insti
tution from Florida, forwarded by
Mr. James Dell. The make belongs
to the Crot ilus adamaittuts, or dia
mond rattle family. It is about eig il
feel long, will measure twelve inchtM
around ihc body, and has twelve nt
ties and a butiou on tho cud of its
The York (Penn.) 77 tells of a
young married man iu thai town who
wcnl home intoxicated. His wife
whipped him and he went down cel
lar and hung himself. She soon after
followed him, and finding him hang
ing procured a buiclier-kiiifo and cut
the rope. She then gave him the knife
and told him to cut his throat "and
be done with it," if he was tired of
life. Uut ho did no such tiling.
The smilax vine is of recent date in
New York, where it has laen known
as "Uoston vine." Its introduction
there is said to have been brought
about by Christine Nilsson at the
great fair in aid of the French sullcrers
by the Franco-Prussian war. Tho
Swedish nightingale, while tending a
lloucr table, sold her head-dress of
roses ami smila.v for ?loU, and ihc vine
at once became the rage.
A young man from Texas married a
g'rl in North Carolina, and then pro
posed to leave her while lie worked
his way back to hisTcxas home, in the
hope of earning enough money there
(u send for her. Shu said, however,
tint site would rather accompany him
atoot. They, therefore, made the jour
ney of sixteen hundred miles as
tramps; but their good appearance
gained for them considerable help
along the way, and for the last fifty
miles they roth; triumphant iu a car
riage, provided by an enthusiastic ad
miier of their pluck.
AN INTERESTING LETTER,
IT1UNCSOF A OKATEFUL HKAUT AND UlVKS
IIONOll WIIKltK IIO.NOJI IS Dl'K.
Mr. S. W. Capps, f Scottsville, Macoupin
county, III., writes, under date of Aug. 0,
lssjO, to Dr. Swavne iV Son: "I sent to
you for three boxes 'All healig Ointment,'
having had the Itching Piles for about
twenty-three years, and have been treated
for them by eleven different doctors, and
have paid out at least five hundred dol
larsyes, I would be safe in saying one
thousand dollars but never was cured of
that itching which annoyed me almost to
death. When I became warm, particularly
at night, the itching would begin, and the
only relief was to bathe in cold water,
sometimes as often us six or seven times in
one night. I concluded to try your Oint
ment, and have used two boxes, and the
result is a perfect cure, nnd I will say that
it is the best Ointment in the world, mid
will recommend it to one e.nd all as such.
Swuyne's Ointment i3 sold by all druggists.
Tims. Howard, Dradford, Pa., writes:
enclosi; money for spring; lilo.-som, as I
said I would if it cured me; my Dyspepsia
has vanished with all its symptoms. Many
thanks; I snail never be with in the house.
Dr. KUne'ri Great Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the age for all Netve Diseases,
All fits stopped free. Send to &.'il Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
J. It. Gamins, sheriff of Lenawee Co.,
Mich., says: I have worn nn "Only Lung
Pad"' for P.ronchiiil difiicuties, and have
not been troubled with a cough nights
since wearing it. See Adv.
Whereas. Thomas . I. Shore" and Sasun A.Hhorm.
his wile, did on the first day of December, IS71. by
their certain alt! iiiiirtciiitii'dtily recorded In the
recorder's, office of Alexander r'outitv. In volume
"Z," patiu'.'V'i, mortmain! and sell m the under
signed, lot nuiiihered iwi nty fle CJ'i) and twenty
six (.'to In block numbered o'ne (K in the third
uddillon to the cltv of Cairo, Illinois to secure the
payment of ncertnln prmnlsory note Iu snid mort
ea e lescribed. Now, iberefore, rielault having
linen made In the pin ment of Mild note. I will, mi
ll r nd by virtue of the power of salo In said
InorlL'ltl!1' col IS'lled. sell
' ON MOSI'AY.JANrAKYSl.l!.
at Ihn hoir of S ii'elock In the afternoon of paid
tiny, al the westerly door of the court house. Iu
said loander cmiiitv, at pub ic vendue, lo the
blehi si bidder for cali in I und, to.elher wlih all
rlifhl and equity of rcihmpiion of the snid mnrl
I'liit 'rs, t' elr heirs Mini us.iens therein, the prop
env above ilc-crlued, to ssthfy said note, Inli re.t
PATRICK II. I'Ol'E, Mortgagee.
(Iiirrn (iii.nRUT. Atlornns.
Notice I herehv etven. that on Satnrdsv (he 1'th
flu v of .Jiilitixrv next, bi tween the hniira of 10
o'clock In the forenoon and li o'clock In the after,
noon of siod day, ai the Into farm residence of
Isaac wBlder deceased, In township 17 H. It. H,
wi"t In Alexander, niul state of Illinois, the per
sonal property of said decedent, consisting of
horses, inuli s, cattle, hoc,", fiirnunit implement
B' d nvichinury of various kinds, household and
kitchen f.TTi tare iibonl i'.nil blisbe! of corn;
ab ut S acres of .rr uvlii f wheat and olher arttclea
will 'e .oUi I tin 1,1 1 r sule.
TKIlMStlFSM.K.' I'urehasi of less thaaflv
dollar to be p ilil In hand i for that amount and
over, on a credli of nine month., tint purcbaiwr
Ki vltit nut ', with ntnr'ivi d aecurliT.
KKI.ITIZA WAI.m'K Adtninllrslrl
Caini, 111. .December. Utt ISMO,
45 l'eara liefove the Public.
Dr. C. EfclANE'S
are not recommended as a remedy "for all the
ills that flesh is heir to," but in nfTei iimis of
the Liver, ami in all I lilimis Complaints, Pys.
pepsia, nnd Sick Headache, or diseases of
that character, thev stand without a rival.
ACUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can he used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are uneqttalcd.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine ate never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on :he lid with
the impression, Mi 'LANE'S LIVER 1'H.L,
Each wrapper hears the signatures of
C. McLane and Fifmino JIrus.
tteff" Insist upon having the genuine Dr.
C. Mc LANE'S LIVER J II.l.S, prepared by
FLEMING IJKOS., rillsburgli, Pa.,
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLanc, tpellcd differently but
To Nervous Sufl'erm-Tlif (ireat Kuinpran Ut ui-cilv-l
r. J. II. Minpsoii'sSiieeiflr Mcilledie.
Dr. J 11 Sltninnn' Sinciilc Wi db ii ,. is a poi
'lv cure fur SperuiHorrlii-a. Im" ti-nrv, V enkin-s
mid all disian'K nuiitliiL-Hi.ui Si-lf Abeie n Ni r
Vuii DrMlltv. Irritability. Mental Alixie-y. Lai.t'imr.
I.aittnlc. Iii'prrsriou i f S lrlls.t,(t fui'itii inn il
riiuu'enii-nis of the Ncrvoti. S)um rinira.lv IVn.
ill l a k or Side, l.(i of .Mi nmrv, I'n mnt'iri' iin,
Ak'e and iVhupk
.I.I..I I HUI'-lH-. -1111.
!Hl jl'SIl Ml x on
ty and an early
u'rave, r both.
No iratter him
tiin may he
frnin rxi'rsur of
any kind, a hotl
course of till menu nit- in n-.t. n on- n M lion
Hull and iTiii liie Ilea til atid ir.i..l -. uht rc be
fun- v.m ilin)inlein.y i.r.U I'looai Hie Spi-rinY
Medicine is he ike ued with not.iierfni mi-
I'saitihlet eiit free to all. Write for thuji anil
u'i't fu I ('articular.
I'rice. s.iei illo. $1 0 fer t'lrkdre. or 'I .a k
i;e for $'i .0". V II! be n nl h) n.ail on me:.t of
money. Address a!l orders.
.1. II. Sl.MI'SuN'S MKDIC INK CO..
No. M snd iu Main St., Uullaio, N. V.
tillAY'S SI'KCIFJr .MKMCI.NT,
TRADE MRK.Th(ir.atEii(!,lrKAPE MARK
Kemeav, an on
failitiu" cure for
Impoteticy. and all
dir-eases lb at fol
low as a conse
quence of self
tj e mi' anuse as lo !i2
Before Takmgn,ein..rv, univeis.i
lassitude, pair the back, dim-i.,- TaVin-.
tiesi of vision, nremieiirc old . iailUg.
and manyotberdisea.es that )sd to Insanity or
ror,siiniiiion and a nrt mature rraic.
Full particulars in our pamphlet, v.h!c!i we lie
sire lo send Iree by Kiail to every one. The spe
tide medicine Is sold by .:! driicu-isis at ?1 ju t
package, six for 5. or will he ten ireehvms.ii on
receii t of the Oiiu Kj bv addressing 1 ll't (, H. V
.vi Ki)U'l. K t o.. Mi 3 4lecianlc block, Detroit
Mich, hold Intairo by Itarclay linn , l am
Schuh and (ieo. K O'llsra.
$!0 .o f 2 to : Stops. PI
A.s' s t'i ua. 1 nper ir
Addrcsn DANIEL V. iiEAT'f V,
Washington N. J.
rocured fur nil fold er
lisAD.ed iu the I'. S. service
fn m hdv i a.ist-: also for
he!r of deceased -nldier-. The sIlL'htesi di-abilnv
liutml und new di'charL'es iirornn t. Ifin doubt
a towhether entitled toanvthiiiir. etnl two :le
stamps for nur irrulur of I i-ff ic mnt .n." Ad
dn-H-, with slumps, KT(MA !!T i n . Soiiclo.rs
of tlnims and patents, room K, ht. Cloud lluibdni;,
v iisniiieion i'. .:.
I.'iwi-s' prlr es ever known
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chiirge. All rorrespoudetice strictly coiifldentlnl .
Prices low, and no charge unless Patent Is secured.
W refer In Washington, to Hon Postmaster
General D. M. Key, Hev. K. D.I'ower The (lerman
American National Hank, to officials In the I!, S.
Patent Office, and to Senators and Representative
In Ongresa; nnd especially to oar client In every
Hlau' tu the Union and in CnnadA. Addresi
O. A. SNOW it CO..
Opposite Pat nt Offlcr. Washington I), C
llKNJ. P. GltAKTON, StOKV B. LAUD
IIai.iikkt E. Paine.
Late Commissioner of Patents,
PAINE, G HA ETON & LADD,
Attorney it-Law and Snllcltor of Amir lean and
4 1 J FIFTH BTItfcKT, WASHINGTON, D. C.
Priii'tiee pHletil law In all Its briiiichcs In the
Piiient Oftlce, and III the Supreme mid Circuit
Courts of the ( lilted Stiitcs. Pumphlet aunt freu
ou receipt ol stamp fur postal
IIOOT8 AND SHOES.
li. J OiV IilS.
SHOE-MA K E II.
Atlieiicuiii r.iiildiiijrCoinr.icrcial A v.
'' 's on') the very Jtel In ported Stork and em
p'ovi. the most rou.ii-i- i.t workmen.
pUH KS KKASO.N AIILK and satisfaction
1 guararti'i d,
0(.)TS AXI) SIIOKS.
A:i Scr;, Sti !e and fu at
c. k o c i:i:s,
Manufai turcr ind dealer
lathe finest lliind Siwed and Pegged Boot and
bboes (,f all the latest styles. Irom Hie best
St. Lons aniPoston
Mniiufact'irets, Has the lurge.t and hi st selected
stock to be found Iu the city fur
Men's, Hoys', Lflilifs' and Children's
wesr. at 1 lie lowest possible price. A' way on baud
a complete stock of bather and llndlng.
Rubbers, etc., etc.
Vo. ' Commercial Ave. t , ',,;.. Til
II. t. K.fm and slxih sts. I . ' ilIH, 111.
(JlfiO it MISSISSIPPI K'y.
Mil If IIS
TIM V. TABLE OK PASSK.V;Kll TItAINH KHOM
VIM'KNNEf) iNoiT. ;lj,
No. -i Day Evpres , Except Sunday). ... 1 :10 p. m.
li EpressiExrept Miudayj. I :'ifj p. m.
" 4 Ni.ht Express iDailyi' U:ii. m.
No. S Expre-s (EtceM Sun.oiyi l:05a.m.
" 1 Day Kxpros- Except Sunday. . .i.Vlp. m.
U Ni.nt txpre.s (Dull) i liifta. m.
J. H. Ci.aiik, ('. S Com. Jr ,
Agent Vincenne . (ien Ticket Ai t Cincinnati
CAIRO A: ST. I.OUIS K. K.
fn-OTTUrm-M V Mht Jul.
ii. w. HMrriiioitrf. Reivivsr,
tsIIOHTEST SHOUT LINE PKTWEEN
CA1HO AND ST. L(LIS.
1 hrough Express leaves ( airo S:4J m
Turuiigh Exprea arrives at E. St. Louis., voip.m.
Through Expr".s leaves E. St. Lom.... :oo.m.
Through Express arrives at Cairo S:inp m.
Miirpiiysoorottccotniiiixiatloiiieaves i iro i si p.m.
Mil-phisl.oro Arc arrlvesnt Murph sboro T:Mp m.
Murphysboro Acc. lenves Murphyshuro . . r:'a.m.
M irptivshoro Acc. arrives at Cain 11 :..'a m.
The Cairo 4 St Louis lla Road is the only all
Rail Route between Cairo and St Louts under one
management, therefore there are no delays at
way stations awaitini: connections fromother'llne.
Close and sure connections at St Louis w ith other
lines rur Norlli. Kast aud W est
J.A. XAl'til.E. L. M. JOHNSON".
Ajent Uei.eral Mjnager.
LLIXOIS CKXTKAL K. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Only Lino Running
0 DAILY TJIALXS
l" roiri Cairo,
Makixo Dikkct Connection;
EASTERN ' LINKS.
Tiuin LasvR Caiho:
'A: 1 :i in. Mitil,
Arriving in St. Louis 0 l.'i a in ; Chicago, s :Vi( m. ;
I'niuieciiiig nt iiiliiiinid Kllinghiioi for ' ik-i i -nati,
Lo'Ussi.ie. in tmiinpiilis und p .nil' Kant.
1 1 : J ii. ju. rr't . I . "i in . 'i im I VHlrii
ariivlng in St. Louis T:0.", p. m., and counecting
for all points N e.i.
-1:!J) J). in. p':is.t F.xpredH.
For St Louis and Chicago, arriving at St. I.oni
10: 10 p tn., and Chicago 7 i a in
-I ) p in. ( 'inci im.'it i Kx pi'i'Hsi.
Arrivin.; nt cliirinnatl a m.; Louisvill-j ,:-X
a bi.: Indianapolis 4 l' a.m. Passenger bv
tlil train rencli the above points 1 '.i to ,'ll
lioL Rs In advance of any other route.
l'rTho4:31 p. m. express lias Pl'I. I.MAN
SI.I'.EI'INO CAR Siro to Cmclliiia'l, without
chuiiL'es, and through alee; era lo M. l.ouis and
Fast TTrno Ksist.
Prt ctniiiriil'U "T lnl1' 1,no go through to Ka"t.
I Utlli;t.l em points w ithout .my delay
caused bv Sunday Inlurveiiing. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrive In new York Monday
morning at lo::t;. Thirty-six hours iu aihanceof
any other route.
(4yFor through ticket, and further Information,
apply at Illinois Central Ruilroud Depot, Cairo.
JA.1. JOHNSON. J. II. JONES,
(ien. Southern Agent. Ticket Agent
A. II. HANSON, lien. Pas. Agent. Chicago.
Outfit lurulslird tree, with full In
1 I alrnctliiua for comliu ting the most
i I I Iprofltatile business that any oim can
f I ) I engage In. 'I he l iiHiiiess Is ho easy
Tf7 w to learn, m il our Instruction! ar so
simple and plain, that any ono ciia
make great profits Irom tlm start. No onu can fnil
who la willing to work. Women nro aa snceessful
na men. Hoy and girls can earn large sums
Many have ni'itde at the business over one hundred
dollars In a single week. Nothing liko it ever
known before. All whoMiipe are surnrlsd at the
ease and rnpidlty w ith which they are able to make
money. Yoa can engaga In th business during
roar spare time at up at profit Yo ado mi have to
Invest capital In It. We take all the risk. Those
who need ready money, should wtlre to u at once.
All furnished free. Aildres TUCK A CO., Au
A Ail week In vonr own town, $' outfit, frso. No
Xlwirlsk. Header, If von went business ai
V" "which persona ofeliher ejc ran make great
day ill the time tbet work, wrlla for particular, to
11. HALLBTT A CO.. Portland.
Cmuo, li t.iNota, December, ta, 1CH0.
Tim rsgalar annual meeting of the stockholder
of the Cltv National Hank of Cairo for the purpose
of electing seven directors, will be held nt 'be of
Hce of I bank. In 1 hi ell v. on Tuesday. January
II, PHI Polls oeen at la o'clock a. m, ami do
nt 4 o, cluck p, ni . of said tine.
THUS. YY. UALLIDAY, Cashier.
QICK HEADACHE !
We Meuti Cured, .Not Merely Reliever
And Can Prove Whit wo C'iilm.
tyThcru are no failure and no disappoint-
munis. If you are troubled with Hick iTk-ii
niiu juu inn nn (...liy ami quickly cured, a.
AMIL , ,." ,' ... '
nuiuireiianaveneen already. Wu shall be pleaaid
to mall a thueiof tu.tliuonials to any IntereitedT
Carter's Little Liver Pills
Also euro ill form of Illiionsness. prevent Crnn'l
pitlon and Dyspepm, promote Diienion, relieve
d.slres from too hearty rating, correct Dlurdr
of the Stomach. Stimulate the Liver, and Rrguiaii.
the Howel. They do ill this by lakmv jusi one
little pill at I do.e. They ire piifly vegetable, do
not gripe or purge, and ire is nearly perfect a
It Is possible for a pill to be. Price gs cei ts, lif.r
CARTER MEDIiiSE CO.. ERIE. I'A.
To mike quart of medicine guarantied to rnr
Jtnuiors of the lllood, Dispep. , Liver Troiil ies.
Kidney Weakness, or (ieneral Debiillv, sent I,,
mail, poit paid, lor '..'.c., t r 5 k ksg. s ior 11 . Ad
dress J ALON7.0 fi IIEFNE, IndUn Doctor.
sl'i Plnu m., St. Loois.Mo.
V 7 7 7 A Y K A It ir.d expi r.se. to
O I I 1 etits Outfit free Address, p.
O. V1CKLRV. Augusia. x,ir.
DVEI'.TIsEhS! sei dforour Se',rt I in of Lo-
eil newspaper!, l.eo. P. Howell i. Co..
Spruce St.. N. V.
lr AN'l ED.-M auufac itring rorori; vinta a
I f bu-inesi mau In C airo, in 1 lne, r) rliy mot a!
readvtaken. A lew handled dollars (.ecessary t
pay for g .ods on dell.ery af er ordi rs have hem
secured for the lame. fl.'O per month profH
gnanint-ed. The meet seaicl ing investigation
solicited A S ARMLIiA CO, rumer yirst
Street and Hruadway, l'.roikiyn, N, V
J.ESTEY&C2 BRA.TTLEB0R0 VI
m rsfrfs-liv r'lt,,. F'rnnoumr I ih N-.i r is. h ch-
s.l msd r ,1 . tirinnt.e. in Hi. wor I i I. j;.-i
irilIJ ftnri.H tiv- -IMM .-
bviat.;iiui.ii. W H ICUlCrrtLlN (.0 H I
r.n fs'tcrj hn'cHE
DR. KLINE SGrUAf
fnr all Ilim A ,s r s l'isi.j.. on.v ,-
lKS.lLI.tl If Un ainsrlrO. A? tU 0,l rr
Itritday I Trr.tK led t'l t r" I tyillif Irn u
KiIi.ijsiiU. Itisv t's(stprf-w.ce. Snd nu.-.s.
P. (I. lid nrs. d.lr. to Da. KMSK f
Area feLl'Li. sue. tiliia, i . datirmcpaJJwjiii.
AM. AIT'S POI.mi.B Kflt.
1 auuu-a ocionrr ja,
No. 1 w'll enre any ease In fur d. r
No. a will r'ir: t ie mxl otximale c:, mailer
Of how loa(iiidnig.
Nontuseoui d n.- of eobeNt, eopalba or ml of
Wild .;. od, mat are crrtaiu t -rinrt dys.-p.a
(1 uolln trie ro.n-iir. of tho .i..-rrn. ,S
irrlrus or utiriKSnt Injection, lo pr.uuce utlur
i'nre ft A bol.l) BT ALL DECOGISTi, or
mailed ' receipt cf prire.
Forf her rrtn nir.end for elrrnlaf.
P. O. II HiSJ. J C. ALLAN CO., Li utin .tr.
WaolTr tX rraard for auy cw i it.y wUl aut
y-jtrx, life aud tare rar..
orlidyisst .mese. -inr
addr. ii il! recen' ir
tliicii Frtt ti fail, that
niay prove the itsppinir-slone lo a ins n fr.
It I. es'irciallf adapted to thole whu I"" cfcs
ttie foot oi im lull. A'ltreii at. lol .so, 1.1
Lireeuwich Street, Sew Yerk-
THE FAMILY HAND BOOK:
OR, KL' tl'l.S USD FAl'l'S foR 1 HE V'.'. I IOIj
In-llin-iM. lo lm.ri. llKUui'i 1! ..:....;. rr....i..l
Sttt.l, nn, or lb. Si.k, )L'!U,U,I, llitll ',. 0 ,u.f l. ;
i pi-... Swim.a r'ofv .M laarrl. . 11. MJbJJklt
141 -Afliife atli StrMI, Hrt.,1.., M T.
0uprr2 UolUlay JUWiion.
rsbv n ii. Vf i...i
J1I,-M'S- SHJ.-fi mm in si. ijrr r-,
&ffll!JyB Dr. Tcolo'l HiMTII
.r. saniiil.! f- .
Hill Itib. C'o.1 Ui iuait&itli Street, i:. Y. city,
i'osue on book 'j ectil; n giii r.-4 mail, i&i
EARS FOR THE MILLION!
Foo C'lioo's l'.iilsain of Shark's Oil
Pusitlvelv Restores the Ileaiitig. ind 1. ihe Ot'.f
Absolute Cure fur D.afuesa Known.
TMaO'l isexlraried from i peculnr pnic of
small White Shark, caneht in the lnm '.
knownasl anhsrodon I ondeletii. E'ery climes
llsheiman know it It. virtue a a restorstl e of
hi aring wer dlsroyered I v a lluddhisi I'nesl aboiil
the year I4P'. Ds euies wire so mime, on and
manv n sei mlnylv mtracnlou, ths: the r-niedy
was officially proclaimed ovi r the rutin- t mi lie.
Its use beruiie so a iver al that for v. r Hdi yeir
node iVness ha' .-xlid anung the t ,,i ess pro.
hie. Senl.rhirgri pr pai.t, to my iddr ss nt 1 per
,UUlU' Onlv IfilM r'-,l by HAYI.OCK X CO .
aoi.B auiaTfl Pun i Ki ie. TDeyM.. NrifYork
It virtues a,e ei qin stlonablc iml itcurativ
charicter nhsolute, the wilt rian pc sunnily
testify, holh fr in experience and bscrMition.
Among the manv reader of the ivi. win on
part and an (!'. tif the i oenlrv. It is prol able tbul
nuinbersir' allnudwlt denfnes-. and to ntc i It
muy bsanid: 'Wilt tot re to HajIockAco.T
!) y stre t. New Y ink. en lo nc 1. and . Ton will
receive hv return I rem dy that i'l et a le von t
hear Pke'll yboov 1-e, i d whose curative irlerti
will be ne.iarei',r ou will V v r tegn t dolnj
so."-l dltor 1 1 t-' . Yirk Meicanti.e lb view.
Sept. -iilh. tsstv
$tf Outfit si c lo those who wish to en.
C ga"olnlr, ol pleassnt and prnlMnbli
business . .'novn. Everything new.
f I Capital not required. Wi will fnrtiisri
Mverythh f $b''i diivntul upwards Is yet,
eastn niadcwl'ln iit stuying a"y floru
Donm over nig'lil. No rlk whatever. Many tie
worker wurted at once. Many ru maklnir fort
une at Ihe buines. l.ailb s ninkn much r
men, nml outig bovsr.t d girls ninKi'greit pay. No
one who i wllllnj! 'to work full to n like nior
money every ilnv thiti ran be made In a week It any
other employment Those who rpgnge at or.c
will fed a short rind to fortune. Adtlreii U.
IIALLE'IT A CO.. rortliud Milne.
. ss ' nI7' r'w i - . -, ttt..