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PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
EM!Ur ' thenHiid.with a dull netiHution in
the baok part, Pain under the Hhoulrinr
WjwoHnoM after eating, with tdiin
oUnntion toexortionof body or mind;
Irritability of tumpnr, Low HpiritH, Loku
of memoryLWith a f..din of hiivlriK nog.
looted Home duty, wotirinesH, VizAwm,
1 lutterin'tr of the 11 enrt. Dot boforo th
eyoBYollow bkfn,")Ifiidaohe, UcHtleHH
nees at uitht, highly "colored Urine.
IP THESE WARNING8 ARE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TUTTB PILLS nrri-NiM-HitHyiiilnptrtl to
UC'lt lHHI h,lli(Ul()H I' I Till mi( Iiik Iiuiiku
of fueling a u astonish Hid ollirt-r.
Tliey liirrriuw tlir AiMlllf, Hiiileauite thu
holy to Tnltf mii t'linti. Hoi (lif svmIiiii in
niiurl.lK-il.Hiil liy UiiMrTottlcli-tinuoii Him
llK-tlrOruuii, Kt-KMlitr M.miI. arc pro
dui'Ml. I'rli H i, '. iilN. : tlurnii St., fi.X.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
Ciiuv lUntor Whisk Hi i hiuijfwl tnaduissy
KI.AIK hy it lio.-le upplu alioii t.l tin IIVK. It
Imparts it imliuul rnlnr. hi u Inntitntiiiieoii'ih'.
b'llii tillltllKistir will I V 1 1 4 1 i. i eipt ol Jl.
Offlco, 35 Murray St.. New York.
g Dr. TI1T1 KIM tl. or t.l.i.i.l. II,.im.k.. tnd k
llarful HrcrluU III b. aillnl HU.R ua iDulUallva.,1
(A Medicine, nut u Drink.)
HOI'S III'C III, MAMIKAKf:,
ASOTII PraXsT AMI IlF.-TMl!Iiirl.giALI.
UK, or ALL OIUKK llll I tu.
All IH fif t he Sloinai'h, Howt'l., Jtlood,
Liver. KI'n3H. tatnl I r; i.ury i irfnr.i, Ner
tUUIUCIU. "Iri-liii-imliMMianil especially
$1000 IN COLD.
Will tin pM for 1 rue tl-v will nut
livlp, ur fur an y thing impure ur lujurlou.
ii'iiuii in iii in,
Aakyour drupirixt fur I f . . r Hitlers ami try
lUtm before yuu b-ep. Titke 110 oiber.
D 1 C Ik n RlixihiK-iiti.l trri'1mlliliTiiri fnr
VIUUICUIH.U, 1 e in i(.i uiji, loliacuo aud
KKMl roB Cllll't LA.
AM .K r ,y -lriv.,u.
H'. B lln SI'.-. ( ,K..h..!.r. V V ,T.t.riit
IWffMMglfl) W jI.JI!JUi WP..III 1
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Daily it. AND HEMORRHAGES.
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TlU.thBAl.. - - ' v
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1 If to b Ill'OMWllT in nnp l..,n,. "
KBVM.T, M. It.. Kanhwlln. T'riB.
J-l-'fl iiuimt.uu., of IXiSU'H KST1UCT
vlH'OBD, MatMn, Unmn of t-tJtuto
Wo find it iiiodt i-flir:actoua ai. J u
-I-OKD n EXTRACT ..
T 11 "Ju ' n 6 ",own (;li5.
I j( 111 Dhfo t.) una other arti. . with our
jutatiotia and aulstitulon,
' rnr.i'ARAnos or rovn's us.
s 1 hO fT tt'MBlNKIi WIT71 TOK IVMSI
I SDMKST I'KMOATK I'11'.Kt'iIf.i
i POXD'S EXTRACT
tUU l.WllSt 11UL1KIIK.
MX-., ll.lMlanil ji.;r
( nlarrh turn J5
Inhaler ((.laHntoe.) l.nil
Medirated 1'oimt... '.1
l" " irr kHmiVIA I fUNS
Tollrt ( roam 1.00
1 lli-ntifrlro 6l
Up Salif 2:,
TiiIIm Siii.li ;ir.iV. si r. it
I'amlljr Sjrlnirf $1.00.
OMora amoiiutiuK to 5 worth, wut oiiirenn trvo
on nicetpt of ninui y or 1'. O. nnli r.
taVOi B Ntvr l'AMi'Hi.rT with IIikti.zt ur ora
niiJ'Alt.TluMi, St.M FKKE ON Ai'1'UCAIll.iX TO
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
14 W. 14th Bt., Now York.
Whoso complexion betrays
some humiliating imnerfec
Hon, whose mirror tells yon
that yon aro Tanned, Sallow
and disllgiirtHl in countenance,
or hare Eruptions, Kcdness,
Kongbncss or umvholosome
tints of complexion, vie say
use Hagan's Magnolia Balm.
Itisadelicate, harmless and
delightful article, producing
the most natural and entranc
ing tints, tho artificiality of
which no observer cot 'letcct,
and hich soon be- 1 per
manent if the Maguuuii JmIhi
b judiciously used.
t "n'JCAN BECURED.BXZaSSa
If you are sullnrlnu' with i'i ton Debility or
ny dleiwo or Rymptnin, wearing ou budy or
mind, cunltiK yo'u to feel Rloomy, donpontfunt,
liurvotiH, timid, furcetlul or untlt for IiuMiiokb,
no mnttur whitt limy hava heun tho oriKlnal
uuaeof your dUeBnu or ym)tonin, or to whom
you havo upplled for help wltlmut Kttln Mlluf,
you can he cured of all your dininreciilile (ymp
tom, and fully rvKtind to porleet pliyoiral heitllh
In the dhnrtent poimllilu t!..ie. lliivinu durltiK the
pant twunty flve your inndo the ptutly ami treat
ment of dlmmMin of the .11 1 ml and Nervoux SyMem
a tpecmlty, andhavlns cured inch a liirtto num.
bar of ciihi'h, many of whom (aflPr t'Xiomllii((
hundred ol dollars) luid been given up on In
curable, we now oiler our aorvlrm and truutmnnt
lo tlie afflicted at prico within thidr reach. Con
nltatlon either perxoiinlly or hy letter free and
confidential. PnlUintu nt a dlmiuire h giving a
ituteinent of their cum, or hy HtiHwerliiKqueationa '
(which will he aunt to any biMii'hr on receipt of
jump to prepay poalaire) cau bo treated m well
by letter aa al ofllco. We pretmro and furuiuh to
patient our own medicine. Artdreaa
M ADISON DISl'JIKBAKY, 8UI South Clark St.,
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
IVIHV MOMNIMO fMUMOAVa IIChTI).
t.Hrgeatt Circulation of any Dally in
Oiltoo: Bulletin Huildlnc, WaahinKton Ayenae
Tuffl'tusto with Milk. Mix with a
spoon throo-fourtliti of a poiiuil ol
buttur with ono pontnl of flour; tlmn
itil'l milk cnuiilv U moistun tho wholu
ho as to roil tfiwily. Do not mould it
with tho hunils at all, or as littlo as
po'ibK ami tho crust will bo found
much licit made this way thitn by tho
old method n-'juiring nioro labor.
Liberty Cake One cup buttor, two
cups Hiiar, ono cup milk, ouo and onu
lialf pint of Hour, threw eggs, salt and
Hpicis, and thrco tcaspooiifuU ycxst
Potato Cak"s.-M:ike cold mashod
potatoes into Hat cako-s, seasoning woll,
and flouring all over. Fry a pood
brown in dripping. Take up and drain
as soon as they aro dono, and servo
Lemon Pool. Ono of tho nicost
flavorings for custards, Htcwcd rhubarb,
uddingn, etc., is ruado from tho brandy
in which lemon reel is soaked. A
wido-mouthod bottlo should always ho
kept, in which to put all spare lemon
jMjel; pour brandy over to covor it, and
keep it corknd. This id always ready
for uso. Another bottlo should bo keitt
for some of tho sparo peel, which should
bo chopped very line, and a little salt
put over it, to be used for forcemeats
or meat flavorings. Also dry soinn peel
in a cool oven, and use this, crumbled
tine or grated, for apples and various
Muflius, I. Ono quart sifted flour,
two eggs, one t"asp onfiil melted but
ter, one tithl'spdiii.ful sugar, ono tea
hpoonful salt (not heaped), quarter
yeast-cake di-is dved in a littlo water;
mix with stillieient sweet milk to rn'iko
a medium still" batter; beat t!m eggs
very light, stir all together, set to rise
over night, add one small teapoouful
soda just before baking; hake in gem
pans on top of stove to set Ihe bottom;
finish in quick oven; not to bo turned
over. 1 obtained this receipt from a
Southern colored cook twentv-livo years
ago.-.V. J. I. 11.
Mufliim, II. Mix a quart of wheat
flour smoothly with a pint and a haif ol
lukewarm milk, half a toasponnful ol
yeast, a couple of beaten eggs, a help
ing teaspoonful of salt, and a couplo ol
tahlcspoonfuls of lukewarm melted
butter; set the batter in a warm place
to rise; when liy;ht, butter your muflin
cups, turn in the mixture, and bako tho
mutlins till a light brown. , (f.
Quickly Made Beef Tea. Take any
desired quantity of steak from the top
part of the round, as this has less fat
and more juice than any other part;
remove all the fat and divido tho meat
into small pieces, cutting across the
grain; put tho meat in a dry saucepan
rwl allow it to sweat for five minutes
oVfT a slow lire, stirring occasionally to
prevent sticking. After sweating for
livj minutes, you will find tho meat
white ia color, and surrounded by a
rich nourishing gravy, which, in cae
of great exhaustion, may bo given it:
this form, lint ordinarily wo riext pour
over tho meat its weight in cold water,
allowing a pint of water to a pound ol
beef. Stir until' the water boils; it
must not boil again, but simmer gently
for tivo or ton minutes until all the
sauce is drawn out, then stir carefully
into a bowl, and if there is a particle ol
fat on tho top, remove it with a piece ol
brown paper, unsized paper. By this
method you may tako off every star ol
fat without waiting any of tho bocf tea,
an is done when uing a ladlo or spoon.
Salt according to ta.ste, but alwajs
To llemovo Sunburn. A littlo letnoti
juice put into a cup of milk, and then
the face washed with tho milk, is a
complcto remedy for sunburn. We
would not adviso iU being applied too
frequently, as all things aro more oi
less hurtful to the skin when applied
mm - m
"A Common, Vulgar Woman."
Recently a steamship was crossing
the Atlantic ocean, and a fashionable
American woman at dinner on-" day
said to a fellow passenger from Wash
ington: "Mr. , do you know Mrs. Gar
"1 do not know her well," said the
gentleman; "I ki:ow (ion. Garfield's
"I am told," said tho female, "that
President Garfield's wife is a very com
mon, vulgar sort of person."
"Well, said tho gentleman, with a
slight color in his face, "if to bo the
only educated woman who has been for
years in the White House, and the only
wife of any President who can speak
French and German, tind prepare her
children in their Latin for college, and
who is an upright woman in every re
spect, and as modest as sho is upright,
coiisiitutc her a common, vulgar wo
man, that sho must be."
Tho fashionahlo female was slightly
confused, but that man was a good
deal of a favorite with men and women
during the rest i f tho trip. Brooklyn
Talmage on the Pistol.
' Tulmage has said many good things,
but few wore applicable to an existing
evil than the following:
Another practical uso of this j-rcat
national calamity is that it has disgust
ed more than ever people with this free
use of firearms. On the frontier, or if
it in your business ns an officer of tho
law to nmko tho arrest of a desperado,
you bad better bo armed, but it is high
timo that all respectable citizens snap
in two their Bword-cancs and unload
thoir deadly weapons. If you move in
respectable society in Brooklyn, or
Now York, or Washington, or London,
you havo no need of any more weapons
thau the two God gavo you two honest
Cats, and they aro easily loaded. If
you foci tho neod of having a pistol in
your pocket you aro a miserable coward.
lf you aro afraid to go down the street
unarmed you had hotter get your grand
mother with her knitting needles to go
with you. A pistol is the meanest and
most Infernal weapon ever invontod.
It is the weapon of a sneak, I would
as soon carry a toad in my vest pocket.
CAIRO BILLETItf: SATURDAY
A Wise Deacon.
"Deacon Wilder, 1 want you to tell mo
how you kept yourself and family well tho
past season, when all tho rest of us have
been sick so much, and havo had the doctors
visiting ns so often."
"Uro. Taylor, the answer is very easy. I
used IIoj Hitters in time; kept my family
well and sr,ved tho doctor bills,. Three dol
lars' worth of it kept us well and dblo to
work all tho time. I'll warrant it has cost
you and the neighbors ono to two hundred
dollars apiece to keep sick the sumo time."
"Deacon, I'll use your medicinehcrcafter."
All About Fences.
Ono of tho heaviest burdona which
tho farmer has to bear is that of main
taining fences to guard tho growing
crops against the livestock, or, in other
words, to protect himself against him
self. Tho subject has occupied tho at
tention of agricultural societies and
journals and tho public press for many
years, but not until tho present census
was taken has there been reliable data
oil which to btuso a calculation as to its
bearing upon tho general agricultural
interest and its indirect influences upon
commerce, for upon tho cheapness of
tho farm production depends tto
amount of their exports. Tho sche
dules of tho census now in process of
compilation embraces interrogatories
respecting tho cost of maintaining and
repairing fences in tho year 1X79. Tho
returns are all in, but thus far eleven
States havo been tabulated. Tho cost
of maintaining and repairing fonccs
in these States show the following re
Kiuto (.'undies. .
2, 1 17.441
Connecticut has, owing to the small
subdivisions of land, probably more
miles i f fences than Kansas. The dif
ference in the ligures are mainly duo
to tho fact that in Kansas a large quan
tity of land has been taken up by set
tiers, and that new fonccs havo been
required, while in Connecticut miles of
stone wall have stood many years, and
require nothing but a small amount ejf
labor to keep them in repair. Tho
compilation of this class of statistics
has been temporarily suspended, but
tho work, when completed, will furnish
matter that will attract the attention of
The Pistol Which Killed Garfield
Sitting in tho District Attorney's
office in the old city ball, built 70 years
ago by Hodlield. one of tho early archi
tects, which hall is now having a back
put to it of the same old Potomac free
stone, Mr. Corkhill began by opening a
large safo and producing a pistol with
a wdiite bono handle, a very thick,
squarish assemblage of metal at the re
volving part, and a short barrel, with
a sight at the end of it Tho whole
thing was about livo and a halt inches
lone, by nearly four inches from the
end of tho handle to the top of tho
trigger, but rather a clumsy pistol,
made of common materials by some
English or American manufacturer with
some knowledge of its chief market
To a boor or a town rowdy this pistol
would seem a very handsome thing.
An expert in revolvers would notice
the coarse finish upon it and tho large
ness of tho parts. Pushed in beneath
the pistol was a sort of hoop of metal
inclosing tho trigger. On top of tho
barrel was a string of letters beneath
which issued the terrible ball, saying
"English bull-dog." Nowhere around
the pistol could any mark bo found in
dicating where it was made. This
omission I took to mean that it was ono
of those cheap nnd not very suro or
safo revolvers intended to bo sold by
tho gun stores, so that thoy could mako
a good, big profit by retailing it at $10.
I doubt if the pistol alono cost the gun
shop man over fS.if so much. 6'corye
m i a
An experienced traveler: "The most
troublesome companion a person can have.
While being away from home, is a cough
and I would advise everybody to procure a
bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup before
1000 MKN AND 500 TEAMS, TO W011K OX C.
A; 0. & S. W. 11. It. I.ATR I'ADI CAH ANI)
MEMPHIS. WAOE8 KKOM 11 )0
Id I'EH DAY.
Plenty of good station work from 15 to
17 cents per yard. Transportation will be
furnished free from Memphis Vr Paducah
to Covington or Trimble. Apply ou work
between Covington and Dyersburg or at the
feed store of W.J. Chase & Co., No. 182
Main street, Memphis, Tenn.
DlINAVANT, IvKl.IA' it PlTKU.
Citon Wiioorixu Colon nnd Bronchits
immediately relieved by Shiioh's Cure.
Paul G. Schuii, Agent. 8
Collins' Great Excursion toNew Orleans.
HEM E.MDEH THE DATE, TIIIHISDAV, NOVUM
liEU 10TII, 1881.
Tickets good to return at pleasure on all
regular trains for ten days. Fare for the
round trip to New Orleans and return,
from CAIRO, Arlington, Clinton, Fulton,
etc., if 11. 50. Children under twclvo years
half price; under four, tree. Every feature
liberal, convenient and strictly first class.
No charge for extra baggage, and all bag
gage promptly checked through to New
Orleans. For further information, address
U. L. Collins, general manager of excursion,
Milan, Teun. Tickets for sale at Cairo by
Goto Paul G. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness1 and
durability of color aro unequalod. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
nnd German. Prico 15 cents.
la tmeounled a a pnaltlve
Alterative and Cure fur
and all tliolr attendant nvlia. it due not merely
afford temporary relief, hut la a permanent cure.
Mm. 11. V. Lee, of lleliiiore, o., ny of II I " 1 am,
fiirprttfil o7 the ijmrrfu tprtU of your remrWy. jfl il
(A Iril mtdMnt in Ax vn'i tluu luu lnonrtwd tiiw
eoupA nml mode nyttiornlUtn iuy. nnw tltrp all
ntvht tvllAout couuftOiir." If your rtriiBKiM doea nul
koep Hi loud tor troall'e nnd teatliuimlnla to
J. rwit CO..
MS UrwMtwity, Mew Vvrk.
Jl it IN
f II l
Mr. J.fl. linliertioin, I'lttaburK, Ph., wltuH- I,
vH wiiir.-rint,' front general debility, want of ap
petite, otniMt ipiti Ion . -i:. , antliat life wam burden;
niter hMihj lliirdiii k lllooil Hitter I felt better than
rciryciir. 1 can not priilae your bittern too much."
lU.lliliK.oritiifrulo, N. Y.. write: "Your Hur
( ork lllooil Hitter, in chronic dieat- of the blood
liver lihd klrlni!.. hiive been li;iiiilly nmrkeil with
ii-ei ioi I have lined them myi.cU1 with the heat
rt'Hiili r torpidity of the liver, nnd In tho cane ol
a rrlund ol iiiiiiu aiiiliTint; from dropay, Ihe effect
wita iiinrvelou "
liruro Turner, kodieider, N. Y., write "I
hitvi! bei n aiiliji el to Rerloii diaorder of the kid
ti vr and unable to attend to hunlne; Iturdork
Hlood llltti.r relieved me before half a bottle waa
l!H,'.'" confident that they v, 111 entirely cure
K.Aenitb Hall. Illtit'lianiton, N. Y. writea: "I
FUH'ered with a dull pain throiiiMi my luft lime and
dioiililer Lout my aplrlta. iippetlte-nnd color, and
could with ilitllnilty keep up all day. Took vour
Iturdork Hlood Hitter a directed and have felt no
pain aincellrat week after uriiik them."
Mr. Noah Bute. Klntlra, N . Y., write. "About
louryiiir iii I had mii iitmckol hllou fever, and
never fully lerovereil. Mv dip-alive ornmi were
weakened, and I would be completely pnmtrated
for dav. After ualimtwn holtlca of your Hurdock
Hlood Hitter the Improvement wa 'iv1h!IIu that
I wa a-toniahoi) . Iran now, though ixty-ori
veiir of at-e, do a fair and reaHotuiblo iliiv1 work."
('. Hliicket liiiiinon. proprietor of tho I'anada
I ri-Rbvtorinii, Toronto, Int., write: "For vear I
mllerid gn-atlv Iront oft recurring headache 1
ued vour liurdork Hlood Hitter with hnpplet re-
ult. and I now Hud niyaelf tit belter health than
tor vtiir pan.
Mr. Wallace. Buffalo, N, Y.. write: "I have
Uird liurdork Hlood Kilter for nervous and blloiia
In ailiii lie. and ran reeommeiid them for unyouo
requirm;; a cure for hiliouncf."
Mr. Ira Miiltinllarit. Albany, N.Y., write: For
aevrral veiir I have nutlered front oft rei nrring bil
lon headache. dvpriU uud complaint pe
culiar to mv f.-x. Since URine vour Hurdock
Hlood Hitter I mil entirely relieved,
I'nn r, l i-Kit iiotti.f.: hamim.r i.r. 10 rt.
FOSTER, MILItntX & CO,, Pre.p'is,
BUFFALO, X. Y.
Korale by PAfLfi. riC'lU.II fi
A REALLY RELIABLE ERMKDY
FOR WASTIXG AXI) NERV
After numerous experiment Mr. Pnllnwa mi..
ceeded i i producing thi combination of Ilypophoa
phitoe, wbicb ha not only reatored him o health,
hut ban aince been found o auccefn in the treat
ment oi aieae eniiuating trom loa of nerve pow
er, and consequently muscular relaxation, viz :
Aphonia loss of voice, Neuralgia.
I'oiigestion of thu Lungs,
I'alpitatlou of the Lit art,
Chronic IHarrhu a.
Fever and Ague,
I'ersons living In malarious districts may protect
themselves Irom attack of fever by tho use of Fel
lows' t'oliipiimul vrupof Ilvpnpliosnliitea. Hh
etlects in timing r p Hie system enable u to ward
off contagion disorder!, uud successfully combat
The soluble phosphite and the other lire-sustaining
principle composlm; Fellow" Uypopbospblte
are o carefully proportioned and 'so judiciously
mingled, that their action upon the nerve, mus
cles and meiiilir uies iu Imparling vitality, atrennih
and healthy action i generally apparent within
twenty-four hours, and Ihe good etlecl experienc
ed are ol a permanent character.
l UKSAI.E II Y i)lU,(i(ilSTS.
GET THE BEST !
LEAD ALL OTHERS !
Every Style & Price.
tmprc7omouts and Conveniences found la
Fcr Sal In Eveiry City and Town
in tho United State.
DR. HAMILTON'S EUREKA
u'vea Instant relief and effeet a nermanent cure.
I tiimninli-e a cum every time, or nainey Af united.
Auk your imeitotHT fur It. (teuton receiptor g l
lx Hole for 1. Aildreaa
!. P. B1T, 111 Front Street, New York City.
LOSt MANHOOD RESTORED.
A vlnttm of youUitnl imprudenoe canning Prema
ture Iiocavi Mirroiu Uettlllty, Loat r
laving tried In vain every kuc
every kuown t IT..
to hli tellow-RUflRreri.addruM f
Com j:s 1 1 nSiffC
rwlrtr, WfMtairr, OtsiY t.r ilRFRt
For sale by C. W. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
SUIiSTITUTE FOR LIFE IXSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
AEutual Aid Society,
Organized JulvlUh, lit"", Under the Laws o
the Slut-of Illinois. Copyrighted Julv
!t, UI77, 1'llder Ai'tol'C(ing;r(88,
p. a. srnni ,
u. T. HL" 1)1)
J. A. (JOI.HSTINK
J. J. e;oiDoN
JOHN C. WHITE Assistant Secretary
KXKCU'I'IVK COM MITT KM
n. LKHillTON, L. si. THOMAS,
J. U. WHITE, W. V. I'lTC'llEH,
J. 8. McGAIlEY.
Il()AItI OF MANAGKUS:
William Stratton. orstratton & Hlrd. wholesale
grocer; Paul (i. Schuh, wholesale and retail drug
gist; Hazeii Lclgliton, conimisainu merchunt; J as.
H. Me(inbey, liimlier dealer; J. J. liordon, phy
iclan ; J. A. Ooldstlne, of (ioldstlne & liosi-nwater,
wholesale and retail drv goods, etc; Wm. K. I'ltcn
er, general agent; ilenrvll. Ellis, city printer and
book binder; t'henley Jlayne. Cooper; Jno. O.
hlle, assistant secretary and solicitor: Albert
Lewis, dealer in flour and gram; F. llross, presi
dent Alexander County Hank ; O. W. Iletidriek.
contractor and builder; Cyrus Close, general
BL'ent; Thomaa Lewis, secretary and attorney at
law; L. , 'I lioinus, broom inannlactnrer; W. K
Itussel, contractor anil builder; C. T. Hudd
agent C. St. L. N. O. niilaoad ;. Moses I'hilllps.car
peuter; 11 . A. Cliunililey. contraclo, Cairo, Ills..
Hev. . I. Spencer, clergvman, St LeulR, Mo.; J. IL
Hethnne. circuit clerk, Mississippi county, Charlci
ton, Mo. : J. II Moore . lawyer, Commerce, Mo.
1). Siimlcliirv, phvslelan. Arllneton. Kv - .1. v
Tarry, pbvsicinu, Fulton. Kv.; Wm. Uyan, farmer.
Jtinrrv, Kv. ; A. Steinbuch, manutactnrur of ad
dlerv, Evansville, Iml ; Ike Anderaon, secretary
to Riiperluteiulent C. St. L. & N (). railroad, Jack
sou, Tenn. ; J. S. Kohertson, phvslelan, While
vllle, Tenn. ; Tli'ioiiis A. Oi-born, harness maker,
Ilollvar.Telill. ; Wm. L. Walker. "Dixie Adver-
tiaing AgenS," Ilollv urln"s.Mi
fi RAY'S SPKC1HC MEDICINE
TRADE MARK. The C.reat Enc-
lisb remedy, Au
uiilitiliiig cure for
potency and all
a a seipieuce
of Relf abuBe; as
D e m i 01 "'"luory, 13fT
JJeiOre Takingumvorsat lusaltude i ft V i.
nniM in ti... I....-L- alter lajririm.
dimness of vision, preniiituro old 'aw, and muny
other diseases that lead lo luanltv, conaiiuiDtiou
or a premature crave.
Jtr-Full particular in our pamphlet, which wo
deaiae to end free bv mall to everyone. (rThu
Specitlc Medicine U sold hv all druggist at gl per
liacKage.orsix package Tor J.'i, or will bo sent free
bv minion receipt of the monu-. bv addreslnir
TUB (illA Y MEDICINE CO. ,
Sold In Cairo liv Paul . Bclmh
Hi rrAiA), N . Y .
Seirctire alisoluto and certain. Kpi-eilr relief
and complete restorntlon to health. Our Treatise
and full particulars mailed on receipt of slump.
K. F. COl.lSY, Tower Work, M. Louis, Mo.
Tone, Toncli, Worfcmansbiu & Dnrability.
WILLIAM KNAIIE tX CO.
tfo. 3(4 and '4M West Baltimore Street, lloltlmore.
Ho. 11 2 Fifth Avenue. New York.
VOrNYJ Mrl'V 'I' y"u would leamTelegra
iwuntl illl.H phytnlonr mouth, ami be
curtain of a altimjlon, adilre
iianesviiie, n is.
I AIM SALARV P-rminth. All EXPENSES
adftel. W AliK.M promptly paid. SLOAN
aa a Vo. oo urortte sji, a tuciuoai
A YKAlt and expense to agent. Out
fit fro. . Address
P.O. V ICKEIIY, Augusta, Me.
II fi pAV K-y work; Rteudy job. Coatly
U x i- I. . samples fiee. Write to
I.INDSKYtt Co,, Marhlohcad, Mas .
PILES, :8, PILES!
Our Indian Pile Remedy will nositivelv and elW.
tuallycuru Illltiil, Itleedmg and Itching ImIud. Not
ror sale by druggist. Hent on receipt ol price, 1.
Send stamp for tintnphlet.
r. r . tOLJJl , Tower lllock, St. Loul, Mo.
Agent wanted for Llfo
of l're-identllarfleld. A
ry from cradle to gravo, hy the eminent hloirratiher
complete, f ithful hlsto-
Col, Conwell. Introduction by IiIr excellency to ,A
... viu.vinui in .iinpn, tioiiKH an rea
i oitvory, An eiei" wiiiuatnwed voiu.ninr
l.onil. (lovermir of M.. U,u.o u .... "
tl ' It! UU
.- V T :
in iiuiii .1 in r i tmu iiiiMvtiAn .nn nnn
V.'il.' '"n telOn Wt"TUlCU sue i
a k 1.1. tm, m m
len UcW fw ltvx weeks.
MEX, WOMEN AND BOOKS.
IN TBI TUT Kit 1ST OF THE CAIRO
. fCBLIC LIBRARY.
Cwnwrnl J . . 1J. Stuart is
of th VIrgiuian Female
oo. It is an Episcopal-
.1 iii red
30 DAYS TRIAL
June 13, 1876.
We will tend oil thirty day trial
Dr. Dye's Electro-Voltaic
ATJM.TiWP.W mft MTTJ
buffering from Nervous VcnUnea, Oen
lleblliiy, loa of nerve force or ytgor.oran'
ease resulting from Aarsiaaml otbkb oaORB '
any one afflicted with Iiheumattam, Neural.-iil atory,
alyats, Spinal Ultllenltlea, Kidney or Liver Ijjgj, t
Lame Hack, and other Hlaraae of the V , .'
Alao womxm troubled with dlaeaaei fal ot hlH .
their mx. ' fndurSi
Bpeedy relief and complote reatorattoi ....
guarnnteed. Thesu nre ihe onlyV laid in a
Appllnncea Ihnt hiiveeverben con ychich is
upon Hrlenlifio Principle. Tht'."' , ,.,
efficacy haa been practically proven wlti'ty I no
wonderful success, and they have tl practically
rndnrsetiienl from eminent meo
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been stx-edily nnd radically cureognture of
uae. Send at once for llluatrated pamphlet -Information
VOLTAIC IIELT CO., Itlarabnll.or three
r Dai Deen .
VAKIfiTY HTOH.'ot in the new
ulor which ;lic
EW YORK STof 'ho Atlantic.
,e bitiof deecrip-
WHOLESALE ATwhich ,mAje "
)o ffpiRilly marked
in peirfect iola
The Largest Vari
and tho leant
i' writing the
IN TIIK CIT ,withb0()kg
GOODS SOLD VERY it
; eating a
m r itudy at
Cor. Nineteenth street
Commercial Avuuuu f
I OLD MEOM AWARDED
Aothot.A wwaadirraat Uud.
leal Work,w.rrntd liia butt and
chuapwit, inrfwransatila to tor
Dian.nntlUiid "tli8oMnnor Ijl.
or.Sslf-l'rsiBrvatHiB ; bottnrf in
num. rn'non moMlll, AmlsMmv,
full (iltJMU ip.onouini bnaut.rul
Uwl nximniur lit pmiartp.
mail: illlutJ'.tMil Hamuli. Rnnnf.'
"""IS I'nw mij VI. Mint Of
winil nnw, Ailitmra IWxxtr Mml-
FNflW TUVCn r i'11 lnstitutnr Or. W. il. I'AB-
ii-.i innntuMinr it. w. 11. ma
KUlLSo. Uolfuieh at. Ikvtun.
C'lTICI'RA PciTimiieiitly Cure's llu-
inoivs of the Scalp and Skin.
Cutlriira remedies are for sale hy all druggist
Price of e'uticiira, a medical Jelly, amatl hoxe, Sdc;
largo bo.is l. Ciitlcurit llesolveat, tho new
blood puriiler, one dollar per Iwttlo. Cutloiira
Mi'dirnl Toilet Soap -."ic. Cuticiira Medical Shaving
Soap, I .VI. : In bars for barbers and large eonsu
mera .1i ls l'rlncl.ilo depot, WEEKS it POTTER,
All mulled Iree on receipt of price,
Uliiger, llileliil mill Manilriike, and many or the
he iiieolciuos known rn linn nUiwH Int.,.
medicine of such varied powura a to maku It tho
greatest Hlood IMritler and the Hcst Health and
Strength Restorer used.
curescomnliiintsnf women and dlseasna nt tlm
atomarli. bowels. Iiiul'R. liver and kldnnva. ami 1.
uTitlrelydttlerciit from lillterR, ginger esaence and
olbertanlc a it never Intoxicate. 5ueta and tl
awe, Large saving buying one dollar lr.o.
1IIS()X it CO., Chenilta, N.
' ' 3 a cc- V
jiuj.iOU11 O ai last
The Manufacturers U',"Concnt and
Hiffluyt Medals i Tlie htiW
Everyw'1' Punl'8n ne result
NoHomedy more wldel4cl "Y Mr.Closse, a
bacVt'el!maa0"l10rtr"ltS f 1,9 ,Wb 0t'
udArlre recent portrait is a full lengt A of
r. Browoina, wlio, by the way, with hi
tout, sturdy figure, his somewhat tugged
fu and hU ffrar chin whiaktrt snd rnu-
tacha. worn In the AmMicsn tuhton, is on
I J"l - - TJ- -4
t; , .v.n.t nrwitte-looklnu of
i o the least dreamy
i i i lub icwi ....w.... ' - -' a -
a tUatliaui mi,, n. i.