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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
SCAIKO. ILLINOIS. TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 4, 1881.
Mayor N. II. Thistlewood.
Troanuntr-T J. Krth.
ClerkDennis. J, Foley.
Couusolor--Win. 11. Olfliert.
Marshal L. II. Moyurn,
BOAHD OF ALUBUMIft.
Klrst Ward-Peter Banp. T. M. Klmlironuh.
(Second Ward Jumii lllukln, (J. N. Ungues,
Third Ward B. K, Wake, John Wood.
Fourth Ward Cuules 0. Fitter, Adolpb Bwo
orU. Fifth Ward-T. W. Uallldav, Ernest B. Petti,'.
Circuit JihIk-0. J. linker.
Circuit Clrk-A. II. Irvlu.
County Judga It. rt Vocum.
County Clerk H.J. Ilnnim.
County Attorney J. M.lMruron.
County Treasurer Mile. W. l'arkcr.
Kherlff J'un Ilodtfus.
Coroner H. Klmuerald.
County CommlHBlonersT. W. Ilalllday, J.
'llbbt und himuel Ilrlley.
ipiAlKO BAPTIST. Corner Tenth and Poplar
JL streets; pruscktng flrt and third Sundays In
ten month, ll a. in. and 7::l p.m.: prayer meet
ly Thursday, 7 ::ip. ni ; Sunday srhool, 11:30 a.ra
nor. A. J. unas, rasior.
nncRcn or the - redebmbr (spitcopai)
KJ Fourteenth street; Sunday 7:00 . rn., Holy
vuchaniiit: It:) a. m , Sunday school; 10:45 a.m.,
Morning prayer; 8:oop. m., evening prayers. P.
. Davenport, n. 1 , K. Kecior.
rMKfiT MISSIONARY BAPTIST CIIUKCU.
r Pruachlnit at 1(1:80 a. n... 3 D. m., and 7:8(1 p. m.
hati but h school at 7:M p. m Kev. T. J. Shores,
ICTHEKAN-Thirteenth street; services flab
J hath 1 :Sn a. m. ; Bnnday achool it p. m. Key.
(f ETUOD1HT Cor. KlKhth and Walnot atreeta;
1 PrvachliiK Habhatb 10:) a. ra. and 7 p.m.;
rayor meeting, Wednesday 7:90 p. m.; bnnday
icLool, t a. m. Itev. Whlltaker, paator.
IF) KE8BYTEKIAN Eighth itreet; preaehlm on
J. Habbath at 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; prayer
ueetltiu Wednuular at 7:30 d. m.: Sunday Bcbool
ft 8 p. m. Itev B. Y. Oeorie, paalor.
tT. JOHEril'S -.'Koman Catholic) Corner Croat
J and Walnut street; services Sabbath 10:8Oa.
; Sunday School at i p. m. ; eapera 8 p.m.; ser
vices every day at 8 a. m. Hev. U'llara, I'rient.
K T. PATKICK'S-dtoman Catholic) Corner Ninth
lJ atrtet and Washlnirton aveuue; aervlcea Sab-
alh 8 and 1I a. m. ; Vespers 8 p.m.; Sunday School
p. m. aervlcea every day at 8 a. m. Rev. Mastersoti
It. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CE5TKAL H. R.
TRANS AUKIVB. TRAINS DBTAHT.
Mall 3:35 p.m
tKxuresa S:i p.m
MISS CENTRAL R. K.
Exprefs . ll::Wa ra
C. 4 ST. L, R. R
RiprvM 4:l p.m
Aecom'datoin ii.W p.m
iandayexcur'n 8:05 p.m
Mall .. WH.in
(S arrow Gauge.)
Atcom'datlon. 1:30 p.m
Sunday excur'o S:40a.ra
. AS. R. It.
2:Wa.m I tExprcs..,.......l'.!:or)p m
i:p ra tAccom'datlon.ll:45 a m
CAIRO 4 INCEJJNES R. R.
Mall 4 E .... 5:H0 a.m 'Mull & Ex.... 8:39 p m
Dally except Sunday, t Dally.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis anil Chicago.
Tho Only Iino Uuuain
O DAILY TttAliNS
lJ Frnm Cairo.
Making Direct Connection
Tiuths Lbvb Cnwr.
li:lC) ii m. Mail,
Arrlvlnirln St. Louis 9:45 a.m : CIiIchk-o. 8:30 p.m. ;
ConueCllUK nl vnu cinnKi'""
natl, Loulsvlllo, Iinllanapolisand points Esrt.
11;1U ii.m. HI. Iotiis and Wtorn
Arriving In Ht. Louis 7:05 p. m., and conucctiuu
Tor an jiuiuio n urv.
p.m. Kast Kxpresti.
lor St. Louis and Chicago, arrlvm)? at St. Louie
10:40 p.m., ana uicuuo m
4:U() n.m.Clncinniitl KxprnH.
Arrtvtim at Cincinnati 7:U) a.m.; Louisville 7:20
this train reach the above points 1U to JU
UUUHS In advance of any other route.
ttrThe 4:J0 p. m. expn-ss has PULLMAN
u. viriMxn i:Alt Cnlro to Cincinnati, without
ehanuos, and through sleepers lo St. Louis and
lo.isit. Timo Knst.
n . nio i'T this lino ro through to Kast.
xASSCllirCl S urn poluts without any delay
caused ny nunuay hik-i " v w i i
noon iraiu it"" "" "'""T . r ,
ioornluu at 10:35. Thtrty-slx hours In advanceol
ny. ptner rnuio. (f,mo,,
uplv at Illinois Central KiUlroa(l l)epot, Cairo.
(Ion. Southern Auotit. llcltut Aneiit
A. H. U AN SON, len. Pass, Agent. Chlcano
IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE.
TttAINS LBAVB CAlllO,
Arkansas and Texas Expros U :80 a.m. Dally
AlUMVB AT CAIRO,
Bxnross 2:55 a.m. Dally
Accommodation i 8:30 p.m. Dally
Ticket olUce: No. 55000.
pR. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Omoi-No. 13 Commercial Avonao, between
KlghtU ana Mnia otreeui
JJR. W. C. JOCELYN,
FFICX-Elg-bti Strcot, now Oomnorolal Atenas
PROPRIETOR OP SPROATS PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CA.lt LOAD OR TON.WELI
TACKED TOR 8HIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialtv.
o w v I cj k :
Cor. Twelfth Street aud Levee,
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Egtian Flouring Mills
Hlirbest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THE CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIER & CO.,
Cor. Ni neU?nth atreet 1 P fl 1 I'D T I
Commercial Avenue l , -
CAIRO AND NEW MADRID PACKET.
TO NEW MADRID.
W. J. Tl'HNKU. Master.
J. K. MUSK, Clerk.
Leaves Cairo for New Madrid and way points
il.v. Thursdav and Satutdav at i 0. m.
Returning leaves New Madrid Wednesday, Friday,
and Monday at 7a.m.
For freight or passaec amuy io
Qt W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood aud Kindling
constantly on baud
At Seventy-five ceuta per load.
At one dollar per load.
The "trimmings" are coarse shavings and make
the boat summer wood for cooking purposes as well
as the cheapest ever sold in Cairo. For black
smith 'a nse Insetting tires, they are unequalled
Leave ynor orders at tho Tenth itreot wood yard
JESSE HINKLE & SON,
79 OHIO LEVEE.
tfTtUM stock of fresh meats of all kinds con
stantly ou baud. Moat delivered to any part of tbo
city. . .
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
While other Jinking I'owders
are laryelj adulterated with
Alum uwl other hurtful drugs,
ha$ been kept unchanged hi all
its original purity aud strength.
Hie best evidence of its safety
and effectiveness is the fact of its
having received the hithest testi
monials from the most eminent
chemist in the United States,
who luivc analyzed it, from it
introduction to the present time,
lltere are no pointers that bear
higher chemical tents, nor any
that show so gotnl results by the
TEST OF THE OVEN.
It is a pure Fruit Acid Baking
Powder. Made by
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, III,, and St. Louis, Mo.,
Manufacturer, of Lnpulin Yeast
Oema, Dr. Prloe'a Special Flavoring
Extract., and Dr. Prloe'a Uniqas
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
CHICAGO, liit.U.VANU l'OKK.
Chicaoo, October 3, 10:00 a. m.
Pork-October, 10 00; Feb'y, UO 70.
Wheat -Oct'r, 1 41?.(; Nov'r, $1 4iJ4.
Corn-Oct'r, 75; NWr, 74J.
Oats -Oct'r, ; Nuv'r, 40;.
CiiiCAfiO, October .', 12 m.
Pork-Oct'r, 19 25; Nuv'r, 19 50.
Wheat Oct'r, fl 43.'4'; Nov'r, 1 40?.
Corn Oct'r, 7G, ; Nov'r. 75?
Oats-Oct'r, 474' ; Nov'r. 47.
CniCAOo, October 3, 1 i m.
Pork-Oct'r, f 19 25; Nov'r, 19 55.
Wheat-Oct'r, 1 4-S; Nov'r, 1 4G?..
Corn Oct'r, 70; Nov'r, 75'.
Oats Oct'r, 47 ; Nov'r, in.
An Old Doctor's Advice.
It was this: ''Trust in God and keep
your bowels open." For this purpose many
in old doctor hns advised tho habitually
costive to take Kidney-Wort for no other
remedy so effectually overcomes this condi
tion, and that without the distress and grip
ang which other medicines cause. It is a
radical cure for piles. Don't fail to use it.
Translated from the New Yorker Zeitung.
Capt. Willis cuinc down on the Fowler.
The John H. Maude will be out to-night
The Fowler yesterday had a cabin full
of people for the St. Louis fair.
The City of Helena passed up at four
p. m., yesterday, with a fair up-trip.
II. D. Clinc, Capt. Quins Cleft, clerk, left
for St. Louis last night to visit the fair.
Business lias slacked up considerably in
river circles, and but little freight coming
Mrs. Dugan and Albert Galigher accom
panied Captain Rees Dugan to New Or
Capt. Peto Conard was passenger from
Paducah ou tho Fowler. Ho oes to St.
Tho Octavia came down from Mound
City tor G. T. Myers to load with starve at
Tho Robin came down from Paducah
after Byer. Wm. Towl left hero by the A.
P. Silver, and towessame to Metropolis.
Tho Silvcrthorn came up from Osceola
yesterday morning, with a good trip. She
will return to-day at half-past four p. m.
Mre.Capt. J. M. Phillips returned from
an cxtendodvisit north on tho Fowler, Sun
day. She appears much improved in
Two car-loads tackle went forward yes
terday by rail for use by Captain Dugan at
New Orleans in raising the iron German
Capt. Alex. Ilalliday andChriss Young,
who remained at homo during tho last trip
of the Brown, aro again aboard their pack'
et, much improved by their sojourn for two
weeks on terra firma.
Rates to way points on boat following :
Tho Taris C.Brown have been reduced 2
conts per 100, now 27 cents on grain and
55 cents on drv barrels. Rates to New
Orleans reniaiu unchanged.
Steamer Fannio Tatum passed up to
Paducah at 8:a0 last night with fair trip.
John Griffott resigns as head clork to tako
charge of stoainor Rowling Grocn, in tho
Evansvillo and Grocn rivor trade
Tho' Future City waa duo lat nifilit be
low. Alio will tako the tow of tho Gilmore,
due from St. Louis, and roturn Boutli to
night. The Future is the lout boat leaving
St. Louis under the old administration.
Tho paris C. llrown canio out from St.
Louis at noon yesterday with a lk'lit trip
for New Orleans. She added a little way
freight, and some Hour at the narrow gauge,
ami departed ut six o'clock. She had en
gagements at Memphis and Helena for a
a large lot of cotton.
Cupt. Rtes. Dii'in left yesterday mom-
ing for New Orleans, having complete:) ar
rangements for raising the iron steamer,
sunk at that port bust spring. She is 2G0
feet long and loaded with bulk corn. She
is laying on her side 75 feet from shore.
Insured for 150,000 of which Capt. Ougan
receives two-thirds. Hhe will bo raised.
Captain Hill II. O. Riley and tho city of
Vicksburg, with Hilly Wanker and Clem
Noltc in the office, passed down Sunday for
Vicksburg with a light trip. The meeting
between Capts. Dugan and Riley was ex
ceedingly affecting, and at one time a gum
drop could be plainly distinguished by
every one present. Fortunately for all, the
rich mellow tenor smile of our lriend Wal
ter McKee developed in season to prevent
a too copious flow of tears, and brought the
entertainment to a close.
Captain Irvin Dugan's recollection con
cerning the sanguinary struggle years ago
in Cairo, which resulted in the rufusal ot a
majority of tho old Thaliau club to post
pone a certain phantom party, remains
exceedingly vivid, and is especiall y so re
guiding the proxy votes, which several evil
minded members of tho club manipulated
to the discomfort of the postponers, "one of
whom, Captain Dugan was which."
Skin Diseases Cured.
By Dr. Fraziee a Magic Ointment. Cures
as if bv magic, Pimples, Hlack Heads or
Grubs, Blotches and Eruptions on the face,
leaving the Bkin clear, healthy and heauti
tul. Also cures Itch, Barber's Itch, Salt
Kheum, Tetter, Ringworm, Scald Head,
Chapped Hands, Sore Nipples, Sore Lips,
old, obstinate Ulcers and Sores, &.c.
F. Drake, Esq., Cleveland, O., suffered
beyond all description from a skin disease
which appeared on his hands, head and
face, and nearly destroyed Iub eyes. The
most carelul doctoring failed to help him,
and after all had failed he used Dr. Fra-
zier's Magic Ointment and was cured by
Rf The first and only positive cure for
skin diseases ever discovered.
Sent by mail on receipt of price, Fifty
Henky & Co., Sole Propr's,
For Blind Bleeding, Itching or Ulcerated
Piles, Dr. William's Indian Ointment is a
sure cure. Price $1.00, by mail. For sale
For sale by Geo. E. O'Hara.
Richardson & Co., Wholesale Agts.
THE PROPOSED CAIRO AND KULF OF
ST. LAWRENCE SHIP CANAL.
It is proposed to construct o ship canal
from Cairo to the Gulf of St. Lawrence by
the almost straight line which cuts tho
Wabash valley, Lakes Erio and Ontario
and the Lower St. Lawrence.
To contribute to the success of this pro
posed canal andgivo an abundant and con
stant supply of water to the Mississippi
river, it has been suggested, and tho an
nouncement is made in a number of Eng
lish newspapers, that a great reservoir of
water shall he made by closing the north
erly valley of the Mackenzie river at the
lino of sixjy-cight degrees, thus storing
the water of one million two hundred ami
sixty thousand square miles, to which
could be added tho water supply of other
large areas. By the accomplishment of
this great engineering project a lake would
be formed ot about two thousand miles in
length of two hundred of average width,
which would cover, with ouo continuous
surface, tho labyrinth of streams anil val
leys which now occupy the Mackenzie val
"It would," says tho exchange from
which we obtain this astonishing news, "be
a never-tailing feeder for tho Mississippi,
and would connect tho Mississippi with
Hudson bay and the great lakes, and also
with the interior of Aluska through tho
Yukon and its affluents, Tho connection
of tho Upper Mississippi with Lake Mack
enzie would be comparatively easy matter.
and a vast amount of navigablo water way
would bo added to this river. Tho forma
tion of , Lake Mackenzio would also contri
bute to tho proposed ship canal from Cairo
to tho Gulf of St. Lawrence."
This sounds liko an Aladdin's lamp pro
ject, but nothing is impossible of accom
plishment in this day of steam and electricity-
Set Back 42 Years.
"I was troubled for many years with
Kidney Complaint, Gravel, &c.; my blood
becamo thin; I was dull and inactive;
could hardly crawl about; was sn old work
out man all over; could get nothing to liolp
me, until I got Hop Bitters, and now I am
a boy again. My oioou anu moneys aru
all right, and I am as active as a man of
30, although I am 73, and I havo no doubt
it will do as well tor others of my ago. It
is worth a trial (Father.) Sunday Mor.
Education in Russia.
According to tho testimony of a Rus
sian gentleman now visiting this coun
try, educated men and womon in Rus
sia do not always find It easy to gaiu a
livelihood. Trade is looked upon ns
altogether distinct from oducation. Aa
educated man is obliged to bo a teach
er, clerk, or government ollicor, and if
ho cannot bo ouo of tlmso ho is disap
pointed and his mind is ripo to receive
.'rhilistic ideas, if ho has not chantolor
enough to fight tho battlo of lifo. Tho
position of woman is still worso. A
girl whoso parents aro ablo to givo hor
a good oducation is in many casos left
without any moans of support, unless
she makes it good marriage It is with
in a short time that womon havo been
admitted ns clerks of railway and tele
graph companies. But in conseipienco
of the common prejudice a girl of re
spectable parent ago, who is without
means, is thrown on tho charity of re
lations, who would in no case acknowl
edge a girl who worked for a living,
and would ratlmr see her dependent on
alnn. Tho only means ot livelihood
considt red by society as honest and re
spectable for a girl, is teaching in pri
vate families. The teachers in schools
are mostly malo. In any Russian
newspaper thorn are numberless adver
tisements for situations wanted by woll
educated young Indies, teaching four
languages and music, for thoir board
simply. The only trades existing for
women aro millinery and dressmaking.
Even in performing necessary kitch
en work, the busy houewifo noed not
keep on her tired feet all tho time.
Chairs or stools of different heights can
bo procured at slight expense, and can
bo occupied ns the work varies. Many
women seem to enter tho kitchon in a
martyr-like spirit, and forego nono of
tho ponancos. But why noed they?
For ft woman to bring within tho radi
ating heat of hor range a damask-covered
fautcilil, with n foot-stool, and to
loll back in tho soft cushions, and to
givo her orders with a languid wave of
her jewelled band, a la Mario Antoi
nette, would bo nbstird. But what use
is there to fuss about the work, and to
worry joursulf to death over it? If you
have siutco to make, do it leisurely.
Intelligence in preserving one's physic
al forco is tho intelligence of humanity
in contradistinction to tho over-taxed
and over-spent forco of tho animal. It
is not expected of you to havo a spoon
with a handle tivo feet long, and at
gunshot range from your jolly kettlo to
skim it. But womankind too often
makes her lifo miserable by wnut of
proper judgment, aud fusses and
frets, and worries herself over things
which, had she judgment, might bo
pleasantly aud easily accomplished.
e s ii.
In England hosts lot ilieir guests do
just what they please. Go to spend a
week at an Pnglishnian's houso, and
you may bo suro that your host will not
put himself out for you in tho Jeast, un
less you expressly desire it. Every
thing in the house goes on as usual,
just as if you were not there. But per
contra tho houso and all that is in it
aro practically yours while you stay
within its walls. Your host puts his
servauts, his wine cellar, his larder,
often his horses und his game preserves
absolutely ut your disposal. You are
at liberty to net and aro expocted to
act precisely no if you were in your
own house. You nan order a sand
wich, a bowl i f ' . a glass of wino
or spirils whenever you please; you
can announce your iutontioii of going
off shooting tho very morning after
your unival, und guns aud dogs are
waiting for you. It is tho commonest
occurrence for men, arriving in the af
ternoon at a friend's house, to send
their dress suits down to tho laundress
to bo pressed bef'TO dinner. In Eng
land guests aro not only told to "niako
themselves at homo," hut aro actually
allowod to do so.
How a Justice of tba Peace Beat a Tech
nicality. Sandy Horn, black, was taken before
a colored justice of tho peace, having
been arrested ut tho instance of Min
erva Scvogg, who charged him with
breach of promise.
"Sandy," said tho justice "dis is a
mighty bad card for a man ob yer age
Why did ver want to trilio wid dat'om
"Jedgo, dis fiiso is all a mistake. I'll
just tell yer bow it recurred., Tuther
night, at a gctherin' ob black fokes, I
steps out on do llo' an' seal; 'Any like
ly 'onian in dis crowd what finks dat
1 wont marry her is mighty mistakeu.'
Den dis plaintiff jumped out uu' took
up do offer. Pops, yer s'poso I waiiter
femalowhat I'll hab ter lif obor de
fence? I ain't no hospital stuago. 1'so
a man I is."
"I'll hub tor 'vict yer on yer owu
'knowlodgetneiit, Yer promised ter
"Well, jed-,0, of I ken introjtico a
technicality, yer' 11 lot mo off, won't
"Yes," replied tho jiidno. " When a
niau probes a technicality ho's a froo
in mi. I )n biws made bv do laiupslatitro
can't get away wid do technicality.
"Wall, now, 1 sod dat. if any likely
'oman in do crowd .thought that I
wouldn't marry hor. she. was mighty
"Yes." , .
.Wall, wii'.i't she mighty mistaken?
Oh, Ise got yer."
Tho judge studied for a few moments.
His face suddenly assumed au expres
sion of victory. ' Now, heah, I'll up.
set yer technicality wid one obmy own.
Any likely 'omnn. yor said. Now by
yer own 'knowlodgment (lis 'oman nlnt
Yer's got rue, iedgo."
"Mr. CouiiBtabli1, take dis uiau to
Dr. Klino's Great Nervo Restorer ib the
marvel of tho ago for an iNetve Diseases,
All fits stopped free Send to 031 Arch
Btroet, Philadelphia, Penn.
Reliof in flvo minutes in every case; grat
ifying, wholesome relief beyond a money
value. Cure begins from first application,
and is rapid, radical and permanent. Chok
ing, putrid mucous dislodged, membrane
cleansed and healed, breath sweetened,
smell, taste and hearing restored. Com
plete treatment for . Ask for Sanford's
Mr. Albert Anderson, York Street, Buf
falo, fell down stairs am) severely bruised
his knee. A few applications of Dr.
Thomas' Eclectric Oil entirely cured him.
Paul G. Schuh, Ageut.
A Couch, Cold or Sore Throat
should be stopped. jSeglcct frequently
suits in an Iucurahlc Lung disease or on
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach liko cough syrups
and balsams, but act directly on the inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
t.ie Thmt Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Brooch iai Troches havo been
recommended by physicians, and always
give pertect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among tho few staple
remedies of the age. Sold nt 25 cents a
If You Are Sick, Read
the Kidney-Wort advertisement in another
:olumn. and it will explain to you the ra
tional method of cettinu well. Kidney-
Wort will save you more doctor's bills than
any other medicine known. Acting with
specific energy on tho kidneyg and liver, it
cures tho worst diseases caused bv thoir
derangement. Use it at once. In dry ami
liquid form. Either is equally efficient, the
liquid is the easiest, but the dry is the
most economical. Interior.
Second Edition of Job.
Mrs. Ogden, N. Division Street,
says: "i cannot bo too tnanktu!
was induced to try your Spring Blossom. I
was at one time atraid I should never be
able to get out again. I seemed to bo a
second edition of Job without his patience;
my face and body wero one vast collection
t boils and pimples; since taking one bot
tle of your Spring Blossom I am quite
cured, all eruptions have disapppeared, and
I tool oettcr tliau 1 have in a long time"
Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents. Paul
G. Schuh, Ageut.
A Liberal Offer.
Wagner & Co. Michigan Ave. & Jackson
St. Chicago, offer to send Electric Belts,
Bands, etc., for thu cure ot Nervous Debili
ty and other diseases, free, for examination
and trial lieforo purchasing. These Elec
tric Devices arc the invention of Dr. D. A.
Joy, of the University of Michigan, and aro
claimed to bo tho only Electric Devices or
Appliances for the euro of diseases that
have yet been constructed upon scientific
principles. Seo their advertisement in this
An Entire Success.
It has been proved by tho most reliable
testimony that Thomas' Eclectric Oil is on
entire success in curing tho most inveterate
cases of rheumatism, neuralgia, lame back,
and wounds of every description. Paul G.
Food for tho brain and nerves that will
invigorate tho body without intoxicating is
what we need in these days ot rush and
worry. Turkcr's Ginger Tonic restores tho
vital energies, soothes tho nerves and brings
good health quicker than anything you can
use. lnuuno. . See other column.
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervouB debility, ami all weakness
of generative organs, fl. 5 for $5. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Phn-rniney, 315 First Ave, N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros. .
Go to Paul G. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are uuequaled. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German, Price 15 cents.
"Skixkkh' . Liver rills" have been the
standard remedy for malaria, liver com
plaint, costiveness, etc, for fifty years.
Many ralroads havo discarded the old
mnKe of scales, substitution the improved
Howe Borden, Sellick & Co., Agts., Chi
DvsrErsu, diarrhea, and dysentery can
bo cured by using Wright's Indian Vegeta
bio Pills which givo healthy activity to the
Tins ladies who sometime since wero un
able to go out, having taken Lodia E.
Pinkliam's Vegetable Compound, aro quite
recovered, and have gono on their way re
TiTMoim. ervsinehis, mercurial diseases,
scrofula and general debility cured by "Dr.
Lindsoy s Blood Searcher."
F. A. Scratch, druggist, Ruthven, Out.,
writes: ""I have tno greatest commence in
your Burdock Blood Bitters. In ono case
with which. 1 am personally acquamiou .
their success was almost incredible. One
adv told mo that half a bottlo did her
more good than hundreds of dollars' worth
of medicine she had previously taken."
Price 11.00, trial sizo 10 cents. Paul G.
Shu Passed It Along.
"T send von mv testimonial in reference
to Spring Blossom, having takeu it for dys
pepsia and receiving almost lmiuouwo re
lief. I passed it to my noigooor, mm
UBing it with Bauio results. .
- ' Mrs. J. W. Lkfkklt,
"Eimira. N, Y."
Prico 1.00, trial bottles 10 coots. Taul
O. Schuh, Agent f