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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 7, 1831.
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"E. A. Hurnett llro Illinois"
Pretty Good. -Jno.
lincon, La-porte, Ind., writes: Your
"SpriDy Blossom" is all you cracked it up
to be. My Dyspepsia Tins all vanished ;
why don't you advertise it; what allowance
will you make if I take a dozen bottles, so
that I could oblige my friends occasional
ly. Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents.
FREE OP COST.
Dr. King's New Discovery fur Consump
tion, Coughs and Colds' Asthma, Bronchits,
etc., is given away in trial bottles free of
cost to ihealllicted. If you have a severe
cough, cold, difficulty of breathing, hoarse
ness or any affection of the throat or lungs
by all means give this wonderful remedy a
trial. As you value your existence you can
not afford to let this opportunity pass. Wc
could not afford, and would not give this
remedy away unless wo knew it would ac
complish what we claim for it. Thousands
of hopeless cases have already been com
pletely cured by it. There is no medicine
in the world that will cure one-halt the
cases that Dr. King's New Discovery will
cure. For sale by Geo. E. O'llara, druggist,
Cairo, Illinois. (0)
"We desire to call the attention to our
readers to the Grand Holiday Offer of the
Mendelssohn Piano Company, whose ad
vertisement appears elsewhere. This
(Company offers an 850 Square Grand
Piano, 3 stringed; 7' octaves, in a hand
some rosewood case, for only $2-15; also
many other styles of Pianos and Organs at
great bargains for the Holidays, including
sheet music at one-third price. These
Pinnos, including Grand, Square and Up
right, made one of the finest displays at
the Centennial Exhibition, and were unani
mously recommended for the Diploma of
Honor and Medal of Merit. The Mendels
sohn Piano Co. are tho first to do a general
business with the purchaser direct, saving
him more than one-halt the price charged
by other first-class makers. This saving is
made by doing away with tho Agency Sys
tem, and giving the people the Pianos at
Wholesaler Agency prices. We would
recommend nny ot our readers who have
any idea of ever buying a Piano or Organ,
to send for their Illustrated and Descrip
tive Catalogues, which will be mailed free
Why are 4840 yards of land bought on
credit, like a drinking song? Because it is
"an aero on tic."
Why is a man who breaks a window and
then pays the damage like Dr. Thomas'
Electric Oil in curing rheumatism. Be
cause it breaks the pain and then makes it
all right. Paul G. Schuli, agent.
W. E.Mili.kh, of Bellvuc, Ohio, says:
I have been troubled with Asthma, and
received no relief until I procured your
"Only Lung Pad." I can recommend it to
any one having the asthma. See Adv.
Onions are prescribed as a sure cure for
clerical kissing, and Sping Blossom as a
Kurc cure for dispepsia, indigestion and all
disorders of the stomach. Price 50 cents,
trial bottles 10 cents.
Mns. Winslow's Soothing Sykit Rev.
Sylvanus Cobb thus writes in the Boston
Christian Freeman: We would bv no
means recommend any kind of medicine
which we did not know to be good par
ticularly tor infants. But of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup wo speak from
knowledge ; in our own family, it has prov
ed a bleasing indeed, by giving an infant
troubled with colic pains, quiet sleep, and
tho parents unbroken rest at night. Most
parents can appreciate these blessings.
Here is an article which works to pcrtection,
and which is harmless ;for the sleep which it
affords the infant is perfectly natural, and
the little cherub awakes as "bright as a
button." And during the process of teeth
ing, its value is incalculable. We have
frequently heard mothers say that they
would not be without it from the birth of
the child till it had finished with tho teeth
ing siege, on any consideration whatever.
Bold by all druggists. Twenty-five cents a
Saved from Lcutli.
Mrs. Jacob Willison, Marion, O., says her
child was not expected to live, owing to a
severe attack of Croup; bih tried Dr.
Thomas' Eclectric Oil, which gave immed
Mr. (3. Clendennen. Marion. O.. used Dr
Thomas' Eclectric Oil for Bunions; ho says
at first start he thought it was rko the rest
or the advert sed humbugs, but was airroea
l)r disappointed and 'now would not be
A I . . 1 . I U - .Ha. mnMns.
wltUOUl SUUIO in me uuusc iwr nuy iiiom j .
1 aclu. Dcucii, Agent
A Lovers' Confidant,
A woman whose occupation Is tho writ
ing of letters for persons unable or un
willing to conduct convspondenco for
themselves lives in New York. She was
visited recently, by a Tribune reporter.
Uw tho door is a plain, black and
white sign, Inscribed, "Letters written
by n lady," with no naino attached.
Ringing the bell, lie was told to "walk
up." In ft room on the third lloor ho
was met by a woman, fashionably
dressed, who inquired his business, with
an engaging smile.
"I believe you write letters, do you
not? I saw nn advertisement to that ef
fect," said the reporter, seating himself.
"Yes. Do you wish mo to write for
you? You look ns if you might hnvo
education yourself," said the woman,
eyeing tho reporter dubiously.
"I wish you to write an invitation for
me to a young lady to go to Daly's to
In less than fivo minutes the following
note was ready, written in a bold, clear
and somewhat lawyerliko hand:
Dear Miss R : It would givo mo
great pleasure to, have you attend with
mo tho performance of "Pins and
Needles" at Daly's thentro to-morrow
evening. Yours respectfully.
"Will that do?" queried tho writer,
handing it to the reporter. "I generally
put in moro touching remarks, but as
von did not ask for them, I have omit
"That will do very well. What is
"Twenty-five cents; and you can have
a letter of any reasonable length written
for tho same price."
"Do you lind the business luerativo
at such a small price?" inquired tho
"It is small, but then I have a great
many to do. 1 assure you I have not
taken up this business as amusement.
I was left a widow without any means,
but, having a good education, I thought
this was the occupation in which there
was the least competition. I some
times add fortune- telling to my letter
writing but that does not pay so well,
ns people are gradually getting over
their superstitions. I generally aver
age from four to five letters a day, and
I havo had as many as twelve, though
"Of what class generally are your
"Most of my business 19 done with
women of German or Irish nationality,
although frequently I havo ciituiners
who come in carriages and are dressed
in the height of fashion persons whose
education has been neglected, and
who have suddenly acquired wealth.
"You must meet with a great many
"Yes, I do. Many conio to mo in
tears and get nie to write to truant
loyers or recreant husbands. Theso
require more or less of 'gush' in their
letters. Then other letters must be
made tearful, as in eases of an erring
son or a drunken father. I could tell
you somo interesting reminiscences
were I not pledged in many cases to
"You must havo occasion, to write a
great many love letters."
"Yes more than 50 per cent arc letters
of that description, and a hard time I
have sometimes in fully understanding
tho destination, for many come to me
who cannot speak English at all, or if
any, of a very unsatisfactory kind."
"I suppose you have been the means
of making a great many matehes?"
"Oh, yes, and I sometimes think it is
quite comforting to know that we have
brought together persons who were
languishing apart from each other. I
frequently write letters for those who
wisli to remain unkown. Frequently
they are people in good society."
At this moment a ring sounded from
the door-bell, and the letter-writer ex
cused herself for a moment. On re
turning sho said, "I shall , beg you to
excuse me to-day, as I am requested by
a visitor to write a letter on a love
affair." On the way down stairs the reporter
met a man coming up, looking like a
burly drayman, who was hurrying
eagerly, as "if he had something import
ant on his mind.
An Old Specific- Tor Irish Discontent
The following extract is taken from
curiosities or the hearcn-koom: ' i
give and bequeath the annual sum of
teu pounds, to be paid in perpetuity out
of my estate, to the following purpose:
It is iny will and pleasure that this sum
be spent in the purchaso of a certain
quantity of liquor vulglarly called
whisky; and it shall be publicly given
out that a certain number of persons,
Irish only, not to exceed twenty, who
may choose to assemble in the cemetery
in which I shall be interred on the. an
niversary of my death, shall have tho
same distributed to them. Further, it
is my desire that each shall receive it
by half a pint at a time till tho whole is
consumed, each being likewise provid
ed with a stout oaken stick ami a knife,
mid that they shall drink it all on the
spot. Knowing what I know of tho
Irish character, my conviction is that,
with these materials given, they will not
fail to destroy each other ; and, when,
in courso of time tho race comes to bo
exterminated, this neighborhood at
least may perhaps be colonized by civil
ized and respectable Englishman. Will
dated 17th March, 1791'
A Wicked Marine-
The funny man of tho Detroit Fret
Press has been interviewing Captains
who were turough tho great gale, and
this is his report:
A Buffalo lake Captain, when inter
viewed regarding his experience of the
great gale in fcovembor unswercii
that he Rpent more than an hour in
prayer. A Chicago Captain said he was
made to feel what an awful sinner ho
was. A Clevehuider replied that he
made a solemn vow to quit swearing in
coso ho was Navcd. An interview was
held with a Detroit Captain yesterday
to see how ho felt. It started off as fol
lows: "You were in the great gale, were
"As tliegalo increased, tho sens grew
higher, and your foretopniast was brok
en off, diil you realize what a miserable
old sinner you wero?"
"No, sir. My timo was occupied in
clearing away tlie wreck and thinking
low tho owners would blast my eyes.
"By tho by, when tho seas swept over
your decks and carried off your yawl
at the davits, did you make any vows?"
"1 did not 1 told the mate that we'd
got to square off and run before It, or
we'd all bo in in less than twenty
"You meant Texas, did you not?"
"I did. I knew wo wero headed di
rectly for Texas, with tho seas piling
right over us."
"Did your mate suggest holding a
prayer meeting or singing any gospel
"Not by a gone sight! IIo suggested
that we'd better ho mighty lively nlxnit
payingotl' or the infernal old tub would
to tit the bottom of Lako Michigan."
"When the awful voice of tho galo
roared in your ears, and the mountain
ous combers rushed down as if to bury
you from sight, did you have tho least
thought to make a vow to quit swearing
if you were spared?"
"No, sir; on tho contrary, I believe I
swore faster than usual. I was in a hur
ry to get her around."
"As the wheel was put over and sho
fell into thi! trough of the se:i for a
moment, what were your solemn reflec
tions?" "Well, sir, I solemnly rellected that
if the bla.sted old sticks ever wanted to
play dirt on nie then was the time to
"When you got squared away before
tho wind did you tell your crew that
they ought to return thanks to Provi
dence for having escaped certain de
struction?" "No, sir; I told them to nk the stew
ard for about three fingers of good
whisky apiece and then turn in all
"Do you feel that you have any par
ticular cause to be thankful?-'
"I do. The elevator men in Buffalo
didn't steal hut forty bushels of
wheat out of this last "trip, while on
the other they took ninety-one; I am
Tcry thankful for that fifty-one bushels."
The Public Health Department of Ger
many sanctions the use of certain non
poisonous substances for coloring con
fectioneryHour and starch for white;
cochineal, carmine, madder red, and
the juice of carrots and cherries for red;
saffron, safllower, and turmeric for yel
low; indigo and litmus for blue; the
juice of spinach ami mixtures of the already-mentioned
blues and yellows for
green; burned sugar nnd Spanish juice
for brown; and Indian ink for black.
Curiosities of the Voice.
Dr. Delaunav, in a paper read recent
ly before the French Academy of Medi
cine, gives some details on the history
and limits of tho human voice, which
he obtained after much patient research.
According to the doctor, Hie primitive
inhabitants of Europe were all tenors;
their descendants of the present day are
baritones, and their grandsons will
have seini-bass voices. Looking at dif
ferent races, he calls nttention to the
fact that inferior races, such as negroes,
etc., have higher voices than white
men. The voice has also a tendency
to deepen with age the tenor of 16 be
comes the baritone at '.'"), and bass at
45. Fair complexioned people have
higher voices than the dark skinned,
the former being usually sopranos or
tenors, the latter contraltos or basses.
"Tenors," says the doctor, "art? slen
derly built and thin; basses are stoutly
made and corpulent." This may be
tho rule, but one is inclined to think
there are more exceptions to it than arc
necessary to prove the rule. The same
remark applies to the assertion that
thoughtful, intelligent men have always
ft deep-toned voice; whereas t riders and
frivolous pei'Miii.s. havo soft, weak
voices. Th! tones of the voice are per
ceptibly higher, he points out, before
than after a meal, which is tho reason
why tenors dine early, in order that
their voices may not suffer. Prudent,
singers eschew strong drinks and spir
ituous liquors, especially tenors, but tho
basses can eat and drink generally with
impunity. "Tho South," says the doc
tor, "furnishes the tenors, tho North
Princess Alice and Her Husband.
It has been my lot to meet with a few
royal personages in my time, but none
have impressed mo more than Louis
IV., Grand Dtiko of Hesse-Darmstadt.
He is every inch a prince and a soldier,
fresh, frank, and courtly. Tall and
ruddy, with a look of great intelligence
and sweetness, and a Keen light in tho
eloquent eyes. Tho expression is ono
of .simplicity, kindness, and manly good
sense. His father died two months be
fore the last Grand Duke, Louis HI.,
who has only a family through :i mor
ganatic marriage. This potentate's sis
tor was Empress of Russia, and his
younger brother tho father of Prince
von llattcnburg, now Prince of Bul
The palace is shinned on a slope of
rising ground, exactly opposite the Ro
man Catholic church, whose dome is a
landmark far and wide. Queen Vic
toria built it fur the Princess Alice
Murray states at an .outlay of jL''Ji,ih,0
her daughter and the mil ion's. With
its gardens it suggests Buckingham
Palace on a reduced scale, There are
sad memories connected with this state
ly palace. From one of the windows
in the rear of the edilico, fell the little
child and died, In another chamber
diphtheria killed a second, and "tlio
fatal kiss" was given of which tho roval
mother died. But previous to this her
health hud not been good for a long
time, and it must be added that the lit
tie court and tho limited scope which
Darmstadt afforded perhaps hardly stif
(iced for that active, intelligent spirit.
In her days of lassitude the Darmstadt
people did not see much of tho Princess,
except, Indeed, in her constant drives;
but they understood fully that her mind
and heart wero ever at work for the. in
terests of her adopted country. AH
adored her in their way. The Princess
was an exquisite artist", a I'nst-rate mu
sician, and translated an English work,
to which she wrote an iiilroiliiction.
Tho snow In England In October puz
zled the swallows. They hkimmed over
tho whitened ground repeatedly, evi
dently in search of worms. Tho next
day these happy bipods had all left for
the sunny Soiilli.
The earl of Erne, one of whoso agents
-Boycott was under wi,.., owns lo,UM
acres in Donegal, Fermanagh, Mayo,
mid Sligr,, whoso rental is 'ifMO.nijO.
V.'lutt is known in Ireland as the "gov
ernment" rental places the rent at
flliUH'O por annum.
45 Yearn Before the Public.
Dr. C. McLANE'S
are not recommended as a remedy " for all the
ills that flesh is heir to," but in afTections of
the Liver, and in all Bilious Complaints, Dys
pepsin, and Sick Headache, or diseases of
that character, they stand without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are unequalcd.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid with
the impression, McLANE'S LIVER TILL.
Each wrapper bears the signatures of
C. McI.ane nnd Fleming Bros.
Bfejy Insist upon having the genuine Dr.
C. McLANE'S LIVER FILLS, prepared by
FLEMING JJROS., Pittsburgh, Pa.,
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLane, spelled differently but
To Nervous Sufferers 'Mm Oreat European Re:''-edv-Hr.
J. H. Nlnipt.oii'sSpfc'illc Jli-dlctne.
Or. J . 11. Simpson's Speclllc Medicine In n posi
tive cure for Spermatorrhea, Impotence, WeukneKi
undull illheiiKcH recullliii; from Kuir-Aliune. an Ner
voiin Ilclillltv, Irrltiilillllj', Mental Anxiety, Languor,
l.HHclluile, flepreeioon oOplrlmand nuirtloiml (lu
ninijemuhln of the Nervoiu KvhIuui irenerally l'alnn
In Huck nr ISlUu, Ln of llernnrv, I'remnture Old
H'e tiiMlciM flnca
tlintleiul to Con
HI Ill))ll0ll Illhlllll-
ty 'mil nn early
LTiive, or both.
So matter liow
nyetem may he
from exr-eniM-ii of
any kind, u phott
cotirne of thin lnedieinu iil renli.re Hie loct luhc
lloim and procure tieullli and liiippinie", uheru he
fure wiiN despondency and (.'loom. Thy Hperlllc
Meilliliiu In hen. (. uncd with wonderful euc
Pamphlet Hetit free to all. Write for them and
l?et 1 ti I particular,
Price, Spcclllc. jf 1 .00 per packace, fir fix pack
linen for $5 no. Will he fent by mail on receipt ol
luuuey. Addre all order,
.1. II. SIMPSON'S MEDICINK CO.,
No. 104 Mid to8 Main St., Uutfalo, N. Y.
HOOTS AND SHOES
Munulacturrr and dealer in Custom-made
BOOTS axd SHOES.
Finest nnd Neatest
stock of Custom
Made Boots and
Shoes for Iioys'and
Men's wear to be
found in the city.
No other shop ean
compare with it.
N. B. All work warranted, and RepsirinR neatly
done on choit notice.
Irifvli li Cf Between Commercial and
MJJflUJl Ol., Waehlligton Aye.
Cairo - Illinois.
SHOE -MA KER.
Atliciiciini Iliiililinsf Commercial Av.
I'-cc only the very l'.et Imported Stock oud em
ploy the inot competent workmen.
1)I(K'ES HEASOXABLK and (atlfaction
All Sort, Styles and Size at
Manufacturer and dealer
la the fluent lhnd-Scwcd and l'epijed Boots and
Shoe of all the latent tyk, from tliu het
St. Louis and Boston
Manufacturer. Hu the lnrcot and het eelectcd
!o( k to be found in the city for
Men's, Hoys', Ladies' ami Children's
wear, at the lovct pnellilc price. Always on hand
u complete clock of leather and fiiidints.
Itiihher. etc., etc.
No. !Kl Commercial Ave
; : Cairo, 111.
Bet. I'lllli and Sixth St
.otlco I hereby clven, that on Saturday, the lMh
day of lunii.iry lieit, between the hour of II)
o'clock In the forenoon and .1 o'clock lu tho after
noon of I d day, at tho lute farm residence of
Ihiuc Walditr, (leceaed, In townhlp 17 S. Jt. 8
went, In Alexander and elate of Illiuol. the per
Honal property of nald deceaned, conitlnt! of
hoice. mule, cattle. Iio;;., tannine, implement
and machinery of varloii kind. houehold and
kitchen furniture about a.liui hiiheli of corn,
about hi acre of urowinu wheat und other article
will ho Hold at public mle.
'I'Klt.MSOl'SAl.K: Purchase or lcs than fivo
dollar to bu pnld in hand; for that amount and
over, Mil ft cred.t of nine month, the iiirehnecr
iHvllitf note, with approved security,
ntl.ITZA WAI.DKIt, Administratrix.
Cairo, 111 Ilioin.Dureniberiilsl. 1SNI,
OitrUAtil'K S BAt.K.
Whereas, Thomas J Shore and Susan A. Shores.
hi wife, did on the ilrt day of December, 1HVI, by
their certain ale niorlL'UKe. duly recorded In tho
recorder' ofllie of Alexander county, In .volume
"'.," paiie '.'III. moraine anil sell to the under
siirned, lots numbered twenty lhn and tweuly
si.x (W)ln block numbered oumI), In Ihe third ad
dition to the city of Cairo, llllimiK, to secure the
payment of k certain promlnory note In said niort
iiiie.o described. Now. then-lore, delimit liavliiK
been niadeln Ihe payment of Mild Hole, I will liu
derHiid by virtue of Ihe puwer of tale, lu said
morli'iiee contained, sell
ON MONDAY. .1 ANt'AllY 21. lHW,
at the hourof li o'clock In the afternoon of said
day, at the westerly door or the court houso, in
said Alexander coiinly. at public vendue to tho
hlk'heM bidder for rash In hiitid, tfifether with all
rlejit mill equity of redemption of the said tnort
(.'imoi. their heir utiil usalens lhcrcln. thu prop
erly tibovo described, to satisfy said note, Intercit
(Invs.N OiiiH:tiT, Attorney.
A rttx w eek In your own tow n, Jfl out lit frco. No
Xl)l)rlsk. Header, If you want k business kl
w hich persons or either sex can make great
dnv all the lima thev work, write for particular to
11. UALLKi'T A C0..1'otUalid.
AIn t TCl:i.ofi,'iooi stoa? stops, pi-
rocured for all soldier
Hauled in the V. S. service
from any ca.isej also for
holr of deceased soldier. Thu slightest disability
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a to whether untitled to anything, send two :ie.
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Tr " ' to learn, aiid our instruction arc so
simple and plain, that any one cu
make (.'rent profits Irom the t.irt. No one can fsil
who ts willing to work. Women are a" succesnful
as men. Hot and t'irls can earn larire sum.
Many have nude at the buslii'-ss over one hundred
dollars ir a single we.-k. NoIUIhk like it ever
known before. Ail whoi-nesw are surprlsil at the
ease and rapidity with which they are aide to make
money. You can engnt'o In th' Iuhm-ss during
your spare time a! urt-at profit. Yo udo nut have to
invest capita) In It. We take all the rifk. Those
who need renily nioliev. should w tire to us at one.
All furnished tree. Addres TKVE A CO., An
Caiho, Iilisoi. December, in, l-o.
The regular annual meeting of the to khoiders
of the City National Bank of Cniro. for the purpo.e
of eleetini: seven directors, will he held at thu of
fice of slid bank. In this city, on Tuesday. January
11, Ih-1 Polls ouen kt in o clock a. m. nud close
at 4 o, clock p. m. of said day.
THUS. W. IIAU.IDAY, Cashier.
QHIO & MISSISSIPPI lt'v.
TIMK TAIII.E OF PASHENOKK THAISB KItOM
VINCENNE8 (Nov. 30, 1$7'J.)
No. 2 Day Expreas (Except Sunday). ... 1 :.'in p. m.
' ti Epres I Except Suuday) 1 :Vi p. m.
" 4 Slight Express (Daily) - 1.1:30a. m.
W'EHTWA M .
N'o. 5 Express (Exceiit Sunday) fi:o.-, a. m.
" 1 Day Exjiress (Except Sunday;.. . tf:Mp. m.
" 3 Niuhl Express Dally). ." l;ija.m.
J. K. Ci.aiik. C. S. Com;. J .
Agent Viucennes. Gen. Ticket Aj'l Cincinnati
CAIRO k ST. LOUIS It. It.
II. W. SMITIIKKS. Reeoivpr.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Thronch Express leaves Cairo Sr tt a.m.
ThrotiL'h Express arrives at E. St. Louis.. 5:iiu.m.
Through Express leaves E. St. Louis.... 9:00a.m.
Through Express arrives at Cairo 5:10 p. m
Murphysboroaccommodationleaves Cairo 1 :.W p.m
Mu'physhoro Acc. arrive. at Murphysboro 7:50 p.m
Murphysboro Acc. leave Murphysboro. .. SMWa.ra
M uruhvshoro Acc. arrive at Cairo 11 :.'0a.m
The Cairo St. Louis Kail Koad Is the only all
Rail Route between Cairo and St. Louis under one
management, therefore there arc- no delays at
way station awaltlnc connections from other llnes.
Close and sure connection at St. Louis with other
lines tor orth. hast and West.
J. A. N'Al'GLE. L.M. JOHNSON.
Aent Ger.eral Manager
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. It.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Only Line Itunning
Q DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Connection
Trains Leayb Caiko:
. j:i o n in. ivimi,
Arriving In St. Louis 9:45 a.m. ; Chickgo, 8:3(1 p.m.;
tine at Odin and KitliiKham for (Mucin.
natl, Louisvlllo, Indianapolis and points East.
11:10 a.m. St. JiOulH and Western
a j 1 1 t -nr..
Arriving in St. Lonlk7:05p. m., and connecting
for all polula West.
4:0 p.m. Fust KxpreBB.
iorfit. Louis and Chicniro, arriving at St. Loula
10:40 p.m., and Chicago 7:80 a.m.
4:UO p.m. Cincinnati Kxprow.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Louisville 7:50
a. m.; Indianapolis 4:00 a.m. Passenger by
this train reach the above points 1U to 3U
ilOl'KS lu advance f any oUior route.
rVThe4:5n p. rnxprnsi hai PULLMAN
SLEEPING CA H Cairo to Cincinnati, without
chunges, and through alceperk to bt, louik au
FiiHt Time East.
Passengers h th,.e vVitt,sVy0dciay'
J (LVtUliLln vm point "uijurdav afler
caused b Sunday Intervening. Hrniay
noon tralu from Cairo arrive In i u n(lvsUM 0Jf
morning at 10:35. Tblrty-' boursiQ
any other route. f,lrthor Information,
-y-Enr through tJy;,Xoad Depot, Cairo.
RpplY at Illinois Central Kaiiroa J0NE8(
JA8. .lOllNHON. t TlcKt,t Atentl
i. II! UANON.n I""'. ABont. Chicago.
13 S'WV cl
We ITciin Cured. Not Merely Relieves
And Can Trove What wu Claim.
ryi'here am no failures and no disappoint-
menls. If you are troubled with SICK HKAIJ.
ACIIK you can ho easily auil quickly cured, ai
hnndreils liavehe. li already. We shall lie pleased
to mall a shunt of ti-pttinoiiials to any Interi-ste.l
Carters Little Liver Pilh
Also cure all forms of Hlliousness. prevent Const)
patlon and liyspeosia, promote Iilt'i stlon. relieve
distress fmrn tootieartv eatliiL'. correct Disorder!
of the Htoiuach, Stimulate the Liver, and lieRnlat
the Dowels. They do all this by tukuiK Just uue
Utile pill at a ilo.u. They are purely vegetable, do
not gripe or purge, and are as nearly perfect a
It is possible for u pill to he. Price i'j celts, 5 f,,t
gl. hold by druggists everywhere or sent by ma.:
CAKTEK MEDICINE CO.. LlilE, 1'A.
To make a natt of medirliie guaranteed to r ;re
Humors of the Illood. Inspepua, l.ivi-r Trouh . n.
Kidney Weakness, or General Iii l.intv, s nt l.v
mail, poet paid, for '.Tic., f t 5 packages or SI Ad
J A.L0NZO (iKEKNE. Indian Doctor
M 'i I'ine bl , M. Louis. .V. .
J 7 7 7 A YEA U and t-xpens.-. u
Oil eent. Outfit fpe Address, p
O. VICKLKY. Augu-ts. !.ir.e
A DVEKTIsEHS! send for our Helen I.i.t of U
'cal nisiaiiets. Oeo. I'. Idm.ll - i ,. o.
A'ANTEI).-.Vant:racttiring concern ant
v I business man In Cairo, an J Inevery city nn- a,,
readv taken.) A lew hundred dollars nece.sarr to
Iay fur gm.ds on delivery after orders have l.i-e:
secured for the same. ' per month proj't
guaranteed. The most searching ltiTi.tigat;c
solicited. A S AltNdLDiCO, .oimr ff
Street and Ilroadway, Hroi klyn, N, Y.
J.ESTEY&C2 Brajtleboro Vl
U perfectly pure. Proficiinr,..) ihs ri I ? th hiiS-
meilir.il sm biifii.ru id it. s w .ilj iuu lnpn..l
wr. :U III W.i.-. Ki)'-' t ii:1 .( I'irn
tjoii tj Oiuu. w. h. icBiirrrua co . a i
I for all Ilktllf 4 S ijuaiKb, l"..y Ji.re
I J liri.i.ii.t if tjnen as dlrwtH. Av ttiajr
I I tiritifoy iuir. Treatise ami ti trial botlsfrita
I IV Ltiiscieiiu,they lar'nirezpr.-NUKS. fcend nair.-f.
r. ii. at. i m.rc i.irr to iia. hi.i.Mi, i I
A re h St. 1 'LlMkii'ipLia, 1 a. ixtpriHcitKii Uruun.
Wlihont mdr:lne, ALLAN'S BOI.mi.K MFDT.
CATRD lK)l OlBft. i'aitnted Oclohcr 16, SeTtk
One b it.
No. 1 -will sure any ease In funr dan. or ls.
So. 3 will cure me ntuai ubstibaw eaov, no uisiter
Nonanseoui i'ft of entetis, enpalba or oil nl
ud'ilwid, ttml are reruin l i produre dvsrwp. t
fy disiropnif the eosiinirs of the i..ii;(-h. K'j
yrlnirwiorasirliiifciit liyetilona to prmlucu other
I'ncekiaJ. Mil.!) BY ALL MH'OfilSTS, or
mailed or reerlpt o( or. re.
Forf' her partlcnlara send f"r elri-nlar.
P. O. B..X 1S33. J C. ALLAN CO., M j.,lin Street.
Wt ulti-l $500 reward for auy ef ! thiy will tot
Unlet, safe n J sore care.
1 CrHily that ti - '.i i.
ad.lri will r. . r. i h.iih--tliliiK
frtt by Mail, tint
may prove the itepiilnir-slniie to a lire i't mutm,
It is espiTlnlly adapted to those who fctw reached
the foot of the hill. Adilresa U. lOl'SCi, 17)
Greenwich Street, .Sew ork.
THE FAMILY HAND BOOK !
I or, kk.i -ifi.a ami rns 'R the mh i.f'iv (
ltnl)ipnul.l. Ui l''nnn, Mhulc. kt.nltai.l.. l f.i.t.r Lit,
fudrtiU, oril,Sitk, r.tllluu.l, lll.il ;l. Jifu..r.in.
pv-i. flf!m.B r....v .. A.M1.M it 11. Mi LiKLLI.
Ul boglli sill Sine, Ilnuklvs. N. T.
Superb Holiday r.tHtion..
w on k s.
fchvll I-.. !i, (. 'I
bound and Llust.-i.
tiH. fuifit an tirerr..
D. Fvitn't HfAITH -
rMONTHLY. at ft p
Unus Kamntu fr.-A
Hill Pnb. Co., Ut Euth Street, N. Y. Clt. ',
i'ostafc on buok CCLts; registered mulJ, ..
).iirkly without l.ul.lk-ll) : lrl "
; ireuiiw ' -
Ausxcr, Hlllr.li!, Nt Jwi.
A 1U1V. '.:".7...V.i .f
EAKS foutiie BULLION'
Foo Clioo's llalsimi of SJiitrk's vu
Positively Kestores the Hearing, nnd r tnu uniy
Ahsoliltu Cure for Deafness Known.
Thin OH Is extracted from a peculiar r jiecies of
Ssheman know, it, I tsvir.ue-m o
tho yoar 14,1lln,?"rrAcuoi.s. that the remedy
B'ny5.nV?ftL"tl wV tho entire Empire,
was ofllflally P'ociaiim . i
!? d8e'n": "SkV y " "t 1 1 Pf
l"JU1U Only Imported by HAYLOCK A CO., k
SOI.B AfikNTS roR i MKiiit A. 7 Dcy Ht New York.
Itt Tlrtuci nro unqiiesnonanio ami u"i iirauo
character absolute, as the writer can personally
testify, both from experience and observation,
A.,...,.. )1U limnv Pi.nrlii.a r.f fhri eVlPWlt1 Aft
I 1 a U
istllV, DOin irom enpenence nnu uuramuuu, i
Among tho many reuders of the l evlew tn on I
art and am ther of the country, It is probable thktk 1
umbers are afflicted with denrness. and to kiichj CI
may nevaiu; rue ai once iu n.jiui.wvuif
Dey Htrert. New York, enclosing SI. andyouw
receive by return a remrdy that will eiiaklu you
hear llko anvhody else, and whose ctiratlvn ehV
will bo permanent. You will ' M r i
n."Kriltor nr K.. Yirk Wercnutlle Itev
Sept. ii5ih, 11460.