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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
nvmnfit nine nrm o tt I Ttt -w--w m. . . I ' . n M i n.i . , . .
nwv.. J UJIIN SrKUA 1 , FLAVORING EXTRACTS.
Mayor N. B. Thintlowood.
Truncurer T J.Kurth.
Clrk Ucnni. J, Foley.
CounuiUir Wm. B. Ullliwrt.
Manilial L. H. Muyora,
Attorney VVIUUtn Uendricki,
BOIKO or ALDKllMIH.
Klrit Wurd-Peter Satip. T. M . Ktmhroagb.
Heeond Ward JwtBu lllnklo, (J.N. Huizlieii.
Third Ward-B. V, Wake, John Wood,
fourth Ward Charlea 0. Patter, Airolph Swo
boda. Fifth Ward-T. W. Halllday, Krneit B. Petttt.
Circuit JtldueD. J. Baker.
Circuit Clerk-A. II. Irvln.
County Jiidci-H. H Yocum.
County Clerk S. J. llimiin.
County Attorney J. M. IMmron.
Comity TreariiirrMlk'i W. Parkur.
Hhnrlfr John lloiluei.
Coroner K. Kltegerald.
County CommlHulonera T. W. Balllday, J. A.
Othbt and Kamuul Brlley.
CAIRO BAPTIST. Corner Tanth and Poplar
treeto; preaching Orntand third Sundays In
each month, 11 a ra. and 7:30 p. m- prayer moot
ing TUuindiiy, 7 :3Uu. ni ; Sunday nehoul, V:M) a.m
Kuv. A. J. UESS, Pan tor.
CHTJItCH OF THE REDEEMER (Episcopal)
Ponrtoenth street; Sunday 7:a. in., Holy
Euchanlut; :;f a. m , Sunday school; I0:4!ia.m.,
Morning prayer: 8:ii) p. m., evening prayers. P.
P. Uaveuport, b. T, It. Hector.
I7IB8T MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH.
' Prtachinc at 10:80 a. ., 3 p. m., and 7:30 p. m.
Sabbath school at 7:8i p. m Ile. T. J. Shores,
J CTI1ERAN -Thirteenth street; sftrtfi-es Bab
J bath l:3i a. m; Sunday ichool 2 p.m. Hey.
MBTHODIHT-Cnr. KlRhtb and Walnnt streets;
PreachlnK Sabbath 10:30 a. m. and 7 p.m.;
prayer meeting, Wadntoday 7:30 p. m.; Snnday
School, a. m. Re?. Whltuker, pastor.
PREHBYTEKIAN-ElKhth atreet; preaehlnr on
Sabbath at 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m ; prayer
mwtlnK Wwlueaday at 7:30 p. ra.; Sunday School
at 3 p.m. Rev 11. V. Utore, patr.
ST. JOSEPH'S -iltoraan Catholic) Corner CroM
and Walnut iitreet; services Sabbath 10:90 a.
n.; Sunday School at 2 p. m.; Vespers 8 p. m.; ser
nces every day at 6 a. m. ltcv. O'Hara, Priest.
ST. PATHICK'SHKoman Catholic) Corner Ninth
atreet and Washington avenue; services Sab
bath aud 10 a. in.; Vespers 8 p.m.; Sunday School
t p. m. services every day at t) a m. Rev. MiUteraou
K. li. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
trains DErnr. trans arjuvb.
Mall - 4:lfta.ro
Express. H: Main
Accom'datton. 4:00 p.m
tKxpres 8:J1 p,m
tAccomdalloa.. 11:10 a.m
MISS CENTRAL R. K.
Mall 5:.W p.m I Mall - :Ma.m
Express 11:30 a m tExprcss 8:20 a.m
C. Jt ST. V. R. R. (Narrow Gaugo.)
ExpruM 4:30 p.m
Accom'datnln t:W p.m
Sunday eicur'n 8:0s p.m
Express 0:40 a.m
Accom'Jatlon. 1:30 p.m
Sunday t'xcar'n 8:40 am
ST L., I.M. 4 8. R. R.
Express S:Wa.m tExprcss 12:"fip ra
tAccom'dation. ::p.m tAccom'datlon.U:45 a.m
CAIRO INCENNESR. R.
Mall A Rk .... 5:00 a.m Mall & Ex.... 9:29 p.m
Dally except Sunday, t Dally . .
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest aud Quickest Route
St. Louis and Cliicago.
The Onlv Lino Running
9 DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Connection
TRAlNi LlAVl Caibo;
:i:lcr)ii in. Mn.il,
Arrlv1ni!ln St. Louia9:4S a.m ; Chlcaco, 8:30 p.m. ;
Connected at Odin and Kmnghara for Cincin
nati, Loulevtilu, Indianapolis and point East.
11:10 a.m. HI. Louis nnil AVeetrn
Arriving In St. Loula 7:05 p. m., and connuctlns
for all polnta West.
4:UO p.m. Kant Kxi)re.
lor St. Louln and Chicago, arriving at St. Louis
10:40p.m., and Chicago":) a.m.
4:UO p iu.Clnoinniiti KxproBn.
ArrlvlnB at Cincinnati 7:"0 a.m.; Iutsville 7:20
am.; Indianapolis 4:00 a.m. PasiienKcrs by
this train roach the abovo polnla 1 Vi to JO
Uut'RS In advance of any other route.
Mf-Tbe 4 P- m' o'l"""' n" PULLMAN
riLKETlNU CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
ehanRci.and throtiRh alecpem to St. Lonls and
Fast Time East.
JrASSeil;CrS efn points without any delay
caused by Sunday lutorvenlnR. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrives In new York Monday
morning at 10:85. Thirty-six houraln advancoof
any crthorronto. ,,.,.,,
vrror inroiiKii mump buu
pply at Illinois Conlral Railroad I)epo , Cairo.
(ion. Hontnern Aijeni. V
1, ii, RAH SON, Won. Pass. Agent. Chicago
' iron mountain route.
TWAINS LSAVI CAIRO,
Arkansas and Texna Express :30 a.m. Dally
Amuvi at caiho.
Accommodation 8:30 p.m. Dally
U, H. MILBURN, Agont
JJR. B. W. WHITLOCK,
Ornoi-No. 130 Commercial Avonno, botween
iKhtb ana mnm Direeia
JJR. W. 0. JOCELYN,
FFICK-ElgUth BUoeti tear Com erclal Avenn
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'8 PATENT
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Ijoads a Specialtv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Richest 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. Nineteenth street) Pnirft Til
Commercial Avenue f tauui
CAIRO AND NEW MADRID PACKET.
TO NEW MADRID.
W. J. Tl'RNER, MaBtcr.
J. K. MUSK, Clerk.
Leaven Cairo for New Madrid and way points
every Tuccday, Thursday aud Saturday at 2 p. m.
Returning leaven Now Madrid Wednesday, Friday,
and Monday at 7a.m.
tor freiKUt or pasase apniy m
JAMES BKiGS, Agent.
Q W. WHEELER,
Snininer Wood and Kindling
constantly on band
At Seventy-five cents per load.
At one dollar per load.
Tho "trlmmlnRii"ar coarae abavtnRi and tnalro
the beat inmmur wood for oooklnepnrporetaa well
aa the cbeapeat ever aold In Cairo. For black
amtth'i nao lnnettlnR tlrua, they are uneqnilled
Leave ynor orders at tho Tenth atroot wood yard
JESSE HINKLE & SON,
70 OHIO LEVEE.
rar-Larira atoclr of frenh tneata of all kinds con
tantly on Band. Moat delivered to any part of tho
city. , ; - ,
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
CAIBO. ILLINOIS. FRIDAY
Or Blood Poisoning-, which results in
Abscesses, Ulcers, Sores, Carbuncles,
Boils and Itching Hmnors, Cured.
What I tell you In the truth, told for no othf-r ptir
lioie hut to tcctlly to the nn!rlt of the Cutlnira
ItemedicB. Mr Krcdurick Yeaton, or thlH town, him
been troubled for ycarH with a Kevcr Sore on one of
hla Lant fall and all winter he could hardly
walk a step. I Induced hlrntolkeyour Kuincdip.
He ban taken about four bottlua Cutlcura Resol
vent, and UHd the Cutir.nra and Cutlcura Soap ex
ternally. Ilia leg to day In almo-t well, and be
walk wilh eaue. It waa n alubt to behold-blark
and awollcn very badly. I wUh you cuuld aee hix
leu to day. The change would 0ftiinii.li yon.
CHaS. II TRII'I", Alfred, Me.
Will McDonald, i.'4 ! Di arhorn at, Chicago, urate
r.lly acknuwledk,') a enre of Salt Ulieum on b ad,
neck, lace, arm and legs for aoventuun years ; not
anle to walk eiccpt on Ii.iikIk and kneea for a year;
notable to help blintuilf for eiulit yeara; trice' hun
dred n of remedies ; doctors pronounced hla case
hopeless ; pcrsiancntly cured by Cutlcura Remedies.
Great Mood Remedies.
The half has not been told as to tho front cura
tive powers of the Cutlcura Remedies. I have paid
hundreds of dollars for medicines to cure diseases
of the blood and skin, and never found anything
yet to equal the Cutlriirs Remedies,
(HAS. A WILLIAMS, Providence. H. H.
The Cutlcura treatment for the curs ol Skin,
Scalp and Blood Ureases, causista in the internal
use of Cutlcura Resolvent, the new Wood I'uriller.
and the external use of Cuticura and Cutlcura Soup
the (treat Skin C'nres.
Price of Cutlcura, small boxes. 50c; lar botes
11. Cutlcura Resolvent, fl per bottle. Cutlcura
Soap, iiV:. CntlruraShavuijjSoap.lv. Sold by
all druggists. Depot, WEEKS & POTTER,
Sanford's .Radical Cure,
Clear head and voice, easy breathing, sweet breath
perfect smell, ta:c and hearing, no cough, no cho
king, no distress. These happy conditions are
brought abeat In tho severest cases of Catarrh, by
tha' most agreeable, economical, speedy, safe
and never failing spec lie, Sanford's Radical Cure.
Complete and infallible treatment, consisting of
on bottle of the Kadic ,1 Cure, one box of Catarrh
al Solvent and one Improved Inhaler, all wrapped
In one package, with treatise and directions, and
sold by all druggets for $1, Ask fir Sanford's Rad
ical Cure. Oetiemi Acuta,
WEEKS ii l'OTTEK, Boston, Mass.
RATS, MICE, ROACH
es. Water Rues, and
Ki d and Uliirk Ants eat
'4 ll VI l.i i yt liw.iy
die. No fear of bad
smells. Barns, gruna
rl s and household of
ten cleared In a smgle nlgnt. Rest and cheapest
Vermin Killer In the worm o tuiiure in .w years.
Kvcrv box warranted. Sold by all grocers and
druggists. Ask fsr Parsons'. Mailed for tf.ic. by
i. lifts sl run r.rt, notion, mn.
THE IOE ICIInTG.
Ready now, to furnish and dellvur lt'K In any
qnantlty both wholesale and retail, and at
ROCK BOTTOM PRICES.
I respoctfully solicit the patronage of all my old
friends and as many uow ones, and guarHiilee thorn
satisfaction. JACOB KLBU.
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE lE!a STATES.
On and aftor Monday, June 7th, and antll Inrthor
nonce me lorry boat will maaa trips as iouow.
LaJLTII L1AVIS LIATaa
Fit Fourth it. Mlssonrl Land'R. KontuckyLdg.
10:00 a. m.
8:80 a. m.
10:80 a. m,
9 a. m.
11 a. m.
6 ;00 p.n
8 p. m
MORNING, OCTOBER 7, 1881.1
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
CIIICAqO, OIIAIN AND I'OItK.
CwrCAOO, October 6, 10:00 a. m.
Pork-Ocfr, ; Nov'r, 19 05.
Wheat Nov'r, 1 40; Dec'r, 1 45.
Uorn-Nnv'r, CO; Dcc'70.
Oats-Nov'r; 45; Doc'r 46?.
C'iiicaoo, October 0, 12 m.
I'ork-Nov'r, 19 10; .Tan'y, 19 97.
Wheat Novr, 1 41;; Dec'r, 1
Coru-Nov'r, 70; Dec'r. 70J.f.
Oats-Nov'r, 46 ; Dec'r. 40.
Chicaoo, October C, 1 v. m.
I'ork-Nov'r, 19 006319 10; Jan., 19 00.
Wheat-Nov'r, 1 41'; Dec'r, 1 40.
Corn-Nov'r, 08; Dec'r, m.
Oats-Nov'r, 40; Dec'r, 47.
Ctpt. Billy riiillips is in town.
Capt. Good left for St. Louis hut evening
t be gone a few days.
The Helena trwik a car load of machinery
to Rarfield point last night.
The Annio V. Silver will add considera
ble freight here for below.
The Future City had one bulk and two
package barges yesterday. She left at 0 a. m.
Pilots arc here to take the Will Kyle- to
S Louis, now overdue from New Orleans.
Mr. I'ennebakorand Miss C'hristraan have
selected a largo cannon stove for the new
oflleo on wharf-boat No, 1.
The City of Helena came out feom St.
Louis crowded with passengers for way
points. But a light trip ot freight.
Barge No. 80 of tho St. L. & M. V. T.
Co. will take the place of wharf boat No. 2,
while she is repairing at Mound City.
Capt. Wm. Smith and Capt. Beomington,
Pittsburg pilots are looking up tho river
before the coal season begins. They aro in
The three cars that run into the river off
tho transfer McComb at tho Mississippi
Central incline contained bulk corn and
perishable goods. The perishable goods
were saved and divers are at work taking
out the corn. The accident was occasioned
by a defection in welding the links. The
engine was almost at the top of tho incline
when the locomotive wheels slipped and
stopped the train. The engineer sanded
the track when the train started with a jerk
disconnecting three cars. The brakemen
remained on tho cars and set all Hie brakes
they could before jumping otT. No one
Hon. Nelson W. Aldrieh will to-day bo
formally rlectcd United States senator from
Rhode Island in place- of Oen. Burnside.
He is a thorough stalwart, and a member
of the present house of representatives.
Ex- Governor Lippitt, his only competitor
in the preliminary ballot, has almost no
Tub Bulletin office will, this week,
receive from the manufacturer a new ma
chine, one that will bo appreciated in this
section, as it is the first ever brought to
Southern Illinois, and there is now nothing
of the kind within a hundred and fifty
miles of Cairo. It is not as large, but costs
more than a printing press, and works to a
charm. It is a "round hole" perforator,
and is bought expressly for use in the
manufacture ol "Thk Bulletin Ten and
Pencil Scratch-books." These nre nianu.
factum! from pure jute manilla, with astir
face that is sized for ink or pencil. The
stub will be, hereafter, perforated and
stitched, that a leaf may bo taken out in
any part without damage to the tablet. The
machine will also bo used in perforating
tho stubs ot checks, drafts, receipts, blank
notes, etc., which will bo manufactured in
largo lots and kept on salo at Tiik Bi'i.i.n-
Do not pay compliments unless you
cnu do so with grace and in such a
manner that, though the person on
whom tho sweet (lattery is bestowed
recognizo it as undosorved, ho or sho
may still boliove that on your part it is
perfectly sincere. Dr. Swift says
'Nothing is so groat an instance of ill
manners as flattery. If you flatter all
the company you ploaso none; if you
flatter only ono or two you affront tho
rest." But an elegant compliment,
spoken with an air of frankness, curries
with it an irresistiblo charm. Chateau
briaml, when quite an old man, met
Hachel, tho tragedienne, then lu the
first ilush of lier fame, "What a pity,"
he exclaimed, "to b obliged to die
whou so much goniu9 is making its
wuy in tho world. ' "In some cases it
may bo so," said IUchol, "but you
know, fdr, thoro are some who possess
tho privileges of immortality." That
was a graceful turn of Sidney Smith's,
when tho young lady asked hiin if ho
would uot bring a cortain pea to per
foction. "No," lie said, "but," and
he took hor by tho hand, "l can bring
perfoction to the Pn."
Tho farm-roller Is much moro oxtoR
sivoly used in Ensrland ami Franco tha
in tho Uuitod States. It is perhain
moro necessary, for plowing frequently
goes on In alt weathers, wot or dry,
and ground is made cloddy by being
plowod with tho wator in ft. The use
of tho roller is, however, rapldl? ex
tending among our most intelligent
f armors. . -
Oometa Viewed from Ealloons.
Recently a papor by M. W. do Fon
viello ww read before the Dalloou So
ciety, in which tho author doaeribed the
npijoaraeeo of the comet H. 1M81, as
seen by him at midnight from the car
of a' balloon. Tho brilliancy of the
light which tho comet showed when
tho balloon arrived at an altitule of
ovr 1,000 meters, increased in a very
large proportion, notwithstanding tho
transparency of tlip atmosphere. So
far its could be judged of similar chang
es without tho assistance of optical in
slrumcnts, it seemed that tho brilliancy
had increased about half beyond tho
normal brilliancy as seen from the
earth. Tho tail was a little longer
fliaii .seen from Iho earth, but most re
markable was tho manner in which it
terminated, for it was cut straight, a.s
if a lino were drawn over it horizontally
with a ruler. The singular circutn.
Htatico made M. do Fonviollo think that
tho end of the phenomenon might be
terminated by a fleecy cloud. The ap
pearanco of Iho tail was as if produced
by legions of largo slonos traveling in
planetary space independently of the
ooniot, anil having no other connection
with it than that of being temporarily
Ihjhtod by tho rays which ils atnios
phero had caused to deviate, more or
less, from their natural route. These
myriads of remnants of worlds would,
therefore produce the samo e.Tact a
dust lighted by a ray of sun ndruilM
into a dark room through a crevice.
M. de Fonviello dwelt upon this theory
at some length, and insisted that it was
to this cause that the zodiacal light was
in all reasonable pmpability to be at
tributed. Ha also insisted that astro
nomical investigations should iucludo
m - ai
Living by Rule.
Man is uot a machine, that must bo
turned in a cortain direction or it will
be destroyed; nor like a locomotive,
which must run on one fixed track or
not run nt all. Tho Architect of all
worlds made us for noting under a
great variety of circumstances, and in
infinite wisdom and benevolence has
given lo man :: mechanism of wonder
ful adaptability, by which bo can live
healthfully on laud or sea, in tho val
leys or on the mountain tops, in the
tropics or at the poles, on thobairen
rocks or in the rich savannas. Our
molli s of lifo must be adapted lo our
ages, our occupations, and tho pecu
liarties of our constitutions. There aro
certain general principles which are
applicable to all. Kvery man should
be regular in tho habits of eating;
should have all the sound sleep which
nature will take; should bo in the open
air an hour or two every day, when
practicable, and hhould have a pleasur
able and au encouraging remunerative,
occupation; and they aro the happiost
who aro in this last category. At the
same time, if a man accu-tonis himself
to go to bed at niuo o'clock, he need
not break his neck or make himself
miserable, if circumstances occur to
keep him up an hour or two later now
nnd then; and so with eating, exercise,
and many other things. No one ought
to make himself a galley-slave to any
observance; occasional deviations from
all habits are actually benoliuial.
Scenery and Bumps.
Iu Nevada, recently, two rival coach
es started out on parallel roads, each
four-team on tho gallop. A New York
er, being t'if only passenger in one
coach, took a sent with t!io driver. Ho
endured tho !i: . i.iles very well,
as the road was pretty smooth, but he
finally carelessly observed :
"This pace is rather hard on the
horses, isn't it?"
"0, no! They aro used to it. I
haven't begun lo swing 'em yet!" was
"If we wero going a little slower, I
cou! I enjoy the scenery much bolter."
"Yes, 1 s'pose so; but this lino isn't
run on the scenery principle."
That ended the conversation until tho
horses turned a corner, and tho stage
rode around it on two wheels. Then
the New Yorker remarked:
"I suppose you sometimes met with
"Almost every day," was tho brief
"Isn't there dangor of something
' Ot course; but we've cot to take
our chances. O'lang there!"
At tho end of another inilo tho pas
senger controlled his voice sufliciently
"What if wo shouldn't reach Bed Hill
at exactly two o'clock? I urn iu no
"No, I s'poso not; but I've got to do
it, or loso ton dollars."
"I've got an even 'ten' bet that I can
boat the other stage Into Bed Hill by
fifteen minutes, and I'm going to win
that money if it kills a horse!"
"Say! hold on!" exclaimed the other,
as he felt for his wallet; "I liko to ride
fast, and I'm not a bit nervous; but I
h hale to see horses get worried.
Hen's twenty dollars for you! Now let's
sort o' jog along the rest of tho way,
and ge n chance to smoko and talk ,
about the Indians."
"Whoa, there! Come down with
you gout In, now! take it easy, and
don't fret!" called tho driver, as ho
pulled in aud reached lor tho green
hacks with one hand and for his plpo
with tho oilier. Thereafter tho Now
Yorker had moro scenery and less
Court (to prosecutor): "Thou you
recognize this handkerchief, as the ono
that was stolon from youP" "Yes.yotir
honor." Court: "And yot it isn't tho
only handkerchief of tho sort in the
world. Soo, this ono I havo in my
pockot is exactly like It." "Very like
ly, your honor; I had two stolon."
Somo tramps who got hold of ono of
tho 400,000 copies of "Food for Think
ing Christians," wcro disgusted ou
nnnnlnn t.liA Iwinlr t.i (bid nn (.idd ninilt
IwjtvaaMgj vuw wwwm v wva atwvw
The Manitoulin Expositor says a
natural curiosity was discovorod iu the
creek just below tho Siiegulandah saw
mill. It was about eight inches in
length, with a head like an alligator
and u throat apparently capable of
swallowing a large-sized cuiekon.
What appeared to be its ears were
formed of the three small ridges on
each side of ils bead. The beast had
four legs andfoet like those of aboaver.
Tho tail was fashioned liko that of a
fish, but wilhout any fin. Although
preferring tho wntor it was quite ca
pable of walking on land.
Nearly a Miracle.
E. Asenith Hall, Binghamton, N. Y.,
writes: "I suffered for several months
with a dull pain through the lelt lung and
shoulders. I lost my spirits, appetite aud
color, and could with diffculty keep up all
day. My mother procured somo Burdock
Blood Bitters; I took them as directed, and
have felt no pain since the first week after
using them, and am now quite well."
Prico t. 00, trial size 10 cents. Paul O.
Of all the remedies on earth that well
may claim attention, Dr. Thomas' Ecleclric
Oil commands especial mention. For won-
(Irons power to cure disease, its fame theie's
none can throttle. Its merits aro not in the
puff, but are inside the liottle. Rheuma
tism, neauralnia, sore threat, asthma, bron
chitis, diphtheria, etc., nre all cured by
Thomas' Kdectric Oil. Paul G. Hchuh,
James Pearson, 28 Sixth street, Buffalo,
says: "I havo used your Spring Blossom
for myself and family, und think it invalu
able as a household remedy, for regulating
tho bowels, liver aud kidneys. I shall
never be without it. Price 50 cents
trial bottles 10 cents. Taul Schuh
The ladies who sometime since were un
able to go out, having taken Lodia E.
Piukham's Vegetat.de Comp.mnd, are quite
recovered, and havo gone on their way re
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Aro you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with tho excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If so, go at once and get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It- will
relievo the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on enrth
who has ever used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and five rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly sato to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, aud is the prescrip
tion of one of tho oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in tho United States.
Sold everey where. 25 cents a bottle.
Tumok8, erysipelas, mercurial diseases,
scrofula and general debility cured by "Dr.
Lindsey's Blood Searcher."
'Sklleks' Liver Pills" have been the
standard remedy for malaria, liver com
plaint, costiveness, etc., for fifty years.
Dysi'EPSiA, diarrhea, and dysentery can
be cured by using Wright's Indian Vegeta
ble Pills which give healthy activity to tho
entire system. (3)
Many ralroads have discarded the old
mane of scales, substituting the improved
Howe. Borden, Sellick & Co., Agts., Chi
Sowing and Heaping.
When a young lady hems handkerchiefs
for a rich bachelor, she sews that sho may
reap. When seeds of disease aro planted
through over indulgence, you can prevent
tho undertaker from reaping the benefit by
using Spring Blossom. Price 50 cents,
trial bottles 10 cents. Paul O. Sehuh,
Jos. L. Footo, the commodore, Elgin, 111.,
says Thomas' Eclectric Oil cured him of
sciatica with one applicatinn, thoroughly
applied. It ako cured liim of a severe
cold and cough. He thinks it a very valu
able remedy, and will never be without it.
Paul (1. Schuh, Agent.
By the community at large has been
given to Burdock Blood Bitters. No in
stance is known where dissatisfaction has
been manifested bv their use, or where
aught but benefit "followed their adminis
trations. Price !.0, trial sio 10 cents.
Paul O. Schuh, Agent.
Q E01JGE II. LEACH, nl. D.
I'hvfician and Surgeon,
SnoclHl Attention nnld to thn tlomununthlc treat-
mi'tit u( mimical dlnenPM, and dliti'imts of women
oniru: No 10 Rlizhth struet, near Commercial
avoDilu, Cairo, III.
II. MAREAN, M. D.
Homeopathic Physician aud Surgeon.
Offlca nn Commercial avuntio near tho comer of
Kluhlh utruot, over Tabor ltrothur'i Jewelry rtore.
Hwildauco corner Fourtoontb. stroot and Wash
Tha Culnhrntod Electrn-Vatior and Mfdloated
rtatlm which aro an utifalltinr cure for KlifiimntUm
Nenrulirla, Kever-Aptuo and many other allmontf,
administered daily durum otuco uoiirs.
Ofllee hours, from Ho 15 A.' from 1 to 6 and
from 7 to 8 r. .
W hol(lc dealer iu
S2S55li Woodward Aw.