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CAIRO HUJjLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 6, 1881.
The Best Known Remedy for
B& ?kacho or Lame Back.
Rheumatism or Lame Joints.
Cramps or Sprains.
Neuralgia or Kidney Diseases.
Lumbago, Sovore Aches or Paine
Are Superior to nil other Planter.
Are Superior MPnda.
Are Superior lo Mnlmcnt.
Are Superior to Ointment or Salve.
Are superior to Electricity or laWaalsa
They Aet Immediately.
They Ifellrve Pain at Onee.
They ro.itlvoly Cure.
Hanson's Capfiltf! PotOM Puu
tern nave been lmiiatea. no
not allow jonr druggist to
palm off arimn ottier plaster naving a similar
ronndine mm. See that the word ia spelled
C-A l'-C-I-N K. Print Ki etfl.
SEABURY A JOHNSON,
s Maunlai'lurinK Chc.miel. New York.
Sffit KK K.HKyAT""tAK'rT Pr'iea
MEAD'S Medicated CORN and BUNION PLASTER.
!A vntoabls Olacovery and N'atv IJepartnra In Md
cat he-ieucn. ao entirely New and positively ellnolive
lamed) dr t ha .immkIv and permanent Curs of Semi
al Kmiaslnna and Impotency hy the only true
way, viz : Direct Application lot ho prtncl)al Heat
Of (tie iJlaeasa, actum by Absorption, an J exertlmt
Itflnjiecifiuiuiluxacaoa thnScmiuai VeBlcle, EJuo
ululory Stittg, trostnte Olund, and Urethra, Tha
a aw of tae Kenmdy la aumdml witb no paiu or incou
voolenoe, and dwi not Intorforo with tbe ordinary
purtulla of lifH It la quickly dissolved and aooa au
orimd. pmd uclnif an lni mud iuu aout IiIdk aod nwtor-
tire tifreofc upua tha attiual annl nervous onranlxa
tioo. wrecked Irora flolf-,huso and excesses, .topping
tha drain from tbe system, reatorliui tbo mind to
health aod Hound memory, removing tbe Dlmneea
of SiKht, Nervous IX-bill ly. Confusion of Jileaa,
Aversion to Society, eta, etc, and the apuxaranoa
of premature old ngo usually aeeonipauylug this
trouble, and restoring perlct ocxuui Vlicor, whura
It haa been dormant tor years. Tula mode of treat
ment baa stood tbe test la very severe eaiiea, and M
Dow a prononnoed succet, Drug are too much pro
scribed In tbeaa trouble., and, aa many can bear wit
ness to, witb but lit lie If any tmrmaneutgnod. llit'rn
la do Nousenae aliout tUla Preparation, Traetlcal oh-
la do Nousenae aliout tula Preparation, I'ravtleal oh
narvatioo enables us to positively guarantee that It
will glvasutiafiictlon. During tbe aiiclit year. thr.o
It haa been In HaoeralusH.wo bave thouHandaof testl
rnonlalHaa to lie value, and It la now conceded by lbs
Medleal Profession to lat the nioat rational means yet
discovered of retelling And curing thla very prevalent
trouble, tbat la well known to bo tbe caur.ri of untold
misery to no many, and uKn whom quacks pry with
tbelr useless nostrums and bin toes. Tbe Kemedy
la put up In neat botes, of t It ree al na. No. 1 , (enough
toUtan)onth,)t3; No. U, isiirhclent.toeffeotapur
manent cure, unlena in ae-vem enses,) 95 j No, U.
tlantlng over three montha, vkll uton emUHlona and
rnHtore vigor In the wornt cut-i'H.) 97. Hnnt bv malt
sealrd.in plain wrappura. fr uit EIRTICIIOKB fiA'
tiBliiK will ncoinimny KAOH MUX.
ssvna for Hei)-i .'rifiri M-ampn-
ami i nl imnii
J'tpWif;.4iiuoiWif I llitMtfaliOHM V
aiut'l mlittxtn ti. fill ranHura 1
H f'e tnif .f ;Jr'l thai thru ran bfi
rrnlornHo prri'ri ttna it huott.u ml fit- m
teit fnr thr tlullvt iif tifo, mrine u 1 f
aeitr affvrtrd . 'W OXL 1' by
HARRIS REMEDY CO. MFC. CHEMISTS.
Warketand8thSls. ST. L0UI8. M3.
Who want glossy, luxuriant
and wavy tresses of abundant,
beautiful Hair must 11 so
LYON'S KATllAlItON. This
eicRant, choap article always
makes the Hair prow freely
and last, keeps it from falling
out, arrests and cures gray
ncss, rcmoTos dandruff and
itching, makes the Hair
strong, giving it a curling
tendency and keeping it in
any desired position. Beau
tiful, healthy Hair is the sure
result of using; Kathairon.
I ' HCAN BECURED.BffiXCSa
If ?m are ufTcrlnt; with Nuitoui Debility or
ny dlaeaaa or avniptiiin, wearing on body or
mind, canting yon to f,. gloonir, da.poiidonU
nervona. Umld. foriietltil or unfit for bo.lnaaa,
no matter wlint maf liave been the orluliiai
taa.a or your dl.eaao or .ymptom., or to whom
yoBhave applIrd for help without Retting rollef.
ob can be cun d ot all your diaaaeeulile aymp
lom.. and fully ic.iorcd to perfeet pliyclral bealib
In the .horu-.t pom I1I.1 t',.l1. Having during the
Jat twenty.flTe ye.r. made tl, Mu(l; iIld t ,tU
loentol dlteaie. of llio Mind and W,ou Smteei
a apectalty, and having curvd aiich a large nil.
iM0faM!n,',"!r K' ,,"M1 ' l'ndlnr
hnndreda ot dol.ur.) ba been given tip w 1 In.
oural.le, we b-.w ufter our a-rvl. e. i,d treatment
to the 1 afflicted at priru wnl ,1P, reach Con
olUtlon ther i;tl aotilly r by Inter free and
eoafldeatlal. Patlenu at a dl.tanre by iMvlmia
tatvment uf tlielr cae. or by atiawcrlniouenii.nl
(which will beneitt to an .ddioa. oi rlxe.ut of
etanip to prepay ioitage) can be treated aa well
by ettorasat oflloa V prepare id laruUh to
uatlenta our own medleluea. Aiidrn.s
fiof Sf! ww's SAUY M clMk
Wllitt n IH tile Weiit.lier lm Tu-Mufvow f
All Till coinUlnert.lliatf.)r.Mea correet'
NT ED ' V 1ch"n'! l1" wvallior i
if j t0u4 hour.. arianljd perfect
anil reliable will a nd It, dxllvered irvti, to any
addre... on rece'pl of Ono Dollar. The hint weath
er indicator In the world, Ju.t the thing for Christ
inn. pre.ent. Ageuia wantud vaerTwhere. Hend
tor circular; Ihvtaru of Initial. on, O.wkuoThkh
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to tbe public are at all time, acceptable. Kcjectod
muuu.r,rlpt. will not be returned.
Letter, and communication, .honld be addre.sed
K. A. Burnett Cairo llllnola "
The Kiev. Oko. II. Tiiayek, of B.mrbun,
hu., sfiys: "Uotli mysiilf nnd wil'o own
our lives to Sliiloli's Consumption Cure, ft
UBiid lo Hny : "Uoys, if jour lilood i out
of order try I5ui'lock tra'i" nnd then tliey
liitd to dig tli Uurdock ami boil it down in
kettles, making a niinty smelling decoc
tion; now you get all the curative properties
put up in u palatable form in Uuhdock
Trice $1.00, trial size 10 cents. Paul 0.
Geo. MKUicniTii, Jersey City, writes:
"The fi'KiNH Hloshom you sent me litis luul
tho happiest effect on my daughter; her
headache and depression ot' spirits has van
ished. She is again able lo go to school,
and is as lively as a cricket. I shall ceit
ainly recommend it to all my friends.
Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cts. Paul
0. Schuh, Agent.
No Matter What Happens.
You may rest assured that you arc safe
in being speedily cured by Thomas' Eo
i.ectiuc Oil in all cases of rheumatism,
neuralgia, toothache, etc. Ono trial only
is necessary to prove its efficacy. Paul O.
Auk you madr miserable by Indigestion
Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite,
Yellow Skin? Shiloh's Vitalizer is a posi-
tive euro. 10
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. $1. 5 for f 3. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, ol5 First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Keep your family well supplied witb
Seller's Cough Syrup. Use it in time; you
will avert bronchial and pulmonary direc
tions. 25 cents.
"A lady had the llesh eaten oft" her arm
by scrofula. Could see the sinews work
ing, LindHey's Blood Searcher cured her."
J. HalsionKldeiton, Pa.
Go to Paul G. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability f color are tinequaled. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German. Price 15 cents.
D11. Kline's Groat Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of tho age for all Nerve Diseases
All fits stoppoif'lree. Send to Ool Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
Why will you cough when Shiloh's
Cure will give immediate relief. Price
10 cents, 50 cents and $1. 11
The very best family medicine, is
Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills, which
cleanse the bowels, purify the blood, ami
establish healthy action in the liver. (0)
Oveh 200,000 Howe Scales havo been
sold. Semi for catalogue to Borden, Selleck
& Co., General Agents, St. Louis, Mo.
Fellows' Svui:i' will cure Pulmonary
Consumption in the first, and will give
great iclief and prolong life in the second
and third stages.
In restoring persons sullering from the
effects of Diptheria and the cough follow
ing Typhoid Fever, prevalent in this
region, it acts with expedition and entire
Neakly all the ills that atllict mankind
can be prevented nnd cured by keeping tho
stomach, liver and kidneys in perfect work
ing order. There Is no medicine known
that will do this as quickly and surely,
without interfering with your duties as
Parker's Ginger Tonic. Sue advertisement.
Shiloh's Catakhh Kkmkdy a positive
cure for Catarrh, Diptheria and Canker
A Coiiffh. Cold or Soro Throat
should bo stopped. iNeglect frcquentl re
sults in an Incurable Lung dlsenso or on
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syrups
and balsams, but act directly on tho inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma. Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
tho Thro t Troubks which Singers and
Public Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
give pet feet satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they havo attained
well-merited rank among tho few staple
remedies of the ago. Bold at 25 cents a
To ull who are suffering from tho errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
nrsH, early decay, loss of manhood, &a, I
will send a recipo that will euro you, free
ofchargo, This (front remedy was discov
ered by a missionary in South America.
Send a Bolf ondressiid envelope to tho Hev.
Joseph T. Inman, Station D, New York
'Hackmetack,1 a lasting and fragraut pur
fumo. Price 25 nnd r(0 cents. 1 11
Tbo Household Rooipa.
In the infin million column of soma f
our exi'liHiiges tlm Ktartlinj; nssorllon
lhal n watermelon may bo varnished
ttnd will Uei'p till (!ln-isliiiii3 is still go
ing rtrou ml.
Tho watermelon ii our favorite fruit,
nnd wo thought last fall that wo would
varnish one ttnd surprise our friends wild
it Christinas. The surpiiso was all right
but tho melon wasn't good for much.
After tho turkey ami cranberry sauoo
had been denioli.ihed, wo remarked as
wo sharpcued the carving knife on our
boot log that wo would now deal out
When wo shoved tho glittering bludo
through the varnished shell of tint wa
termelon, about a quart of melon juieo,
in a b:id state of preservation, squirti d
around the fi-stivo board nnd stopped
tho flow of conversation.
Yes, you can varnish a watermelon
ami keep it i ill next fall, but when you
hold the autopsy you want to have no
body around but tho coroner and Ww
When wo throw that melon over into
tho alloy wo rememlier that it went to
pieces liko an old seed ciiciiniher thrown
against tho sido of a barn.
You can't always bet on these recipes
that you read in tho papers. Wo re
member oneo of rending that accriain
preparation would keep egs for a year
and they would tasto bettor when you
peeled thorn than when they wore first
We H ied il.
They sccinnd filled with malaria when
wo opened them and they popped like a
champa ;no cork.
Tho family had to movo out on a
ranch till thin affair had blowu over.
And while wo were gone tho coroner
broke into tho h; use to seo who had
been killed nnd locked up tiiere to con
ceal the crime.
Soino of these edi'ors who compile
recipes for houekeepers don't know a
blanc mango from u paletol. liuom
Piles! Piles!! Piles!!!
A SL'KK CTHE FOUND AT LAHT. NO ONE NEED
A sure cure for the Blind, Bleeding,
Itching and Ulcerated Piles has been dis
covered by Dr. Williams (an Indian rem
edy), called Dr. William's Indian Oint
ment. A single box has cured the worst
chronic cases of 25 and IJ0 years standing.
No one need suffer five minutes alter apply
ing this wonderful soothing mediciuo.
Lotions, Instruments and Electuaries do
more harm than good. William's Oint
ment absorbs tho tumors, allays the intense
itching (particularly at night after getting
warm in bed), acts as a poultice; gives
instant and painless relief, and is prepared
only for Piles, itching of the private parts
and nothing else.
Bead what the Hon J. M. Coflinberry, of
Cleveland, says about Dr. William's Indian
Pile Ointment: "I havo used scores of
pile cures, ?nd it affords me pleasure to say
that I have never found anything which
gave such immediate nnd permanent relief
as Dr. William's Indian Pile Ointment."
For sale by all druggists, or mailed on
receipl of price $1.00.
Fkank S. IIekhy & Co.,
Solo Prop's, Cleveland, O.
For sale by Geo. E. 0'iiaha, Druggis.
No Tear of Iiluess.
Doctors, it may bo observed, seldom
fall ill in time of epidemic, and seem to
lave a charm against dise.asc. The
fact is, they are not afraid of it. The
imagination lias a powerful influence
on tho humii'i body. Ono can very
easily imagine himself to bo catching
cold, and will renllv catch cold at tho
sight of an open window, when if ho
tlid not know if tlio window wits open,
or was not. afraid of its effect, he would
cscapo the coll. Doctors understand
this sicret; but they do not imparl it lo
their patients. Most invalids, real or
supposed, would lo angry if a physician
should say to them, "Nothing ails you,
if you will only think so." Thry prefer
to think themselves sick, ami in litiio
tl.ey really Income so, for Nature,
though she struggles hard, cannot stand
every tiling. Too many drugs will
finally destroy hor healing power.
These people who love to havo a littlo
box of whilo pills in bottles anil a l'utlo
book, all kept in some handy place, so
that when tt friend who has eaten too
much dinner says, "Oh, 1 am fearfully
nervous!" they may run for tho little
book, look for "nervousness," and nil
minisler so many pills of bryonia.
When they havo a headache, instead of
dieting or eating more modoi atolv.they
take several drops of some nice poison.
They trust nothing to Nature, but call
in a doctor for every litllo ailment,
when fresh air. rxercis'o and strict torn
pnr.inco in caiing and drinking, is all
Irritation of the Scalp, an Authentic
Gentlemen For flvo years I havo been
greatly troubled with dandruff, with n severe
itching of the scalp, and my hair falling
out. I have tried almost every known rem
edy, all proving worthless. Seeing Bur
nett's Coconino and Burnett's Kalliston ad
vertised, I procured a bottle of each, and
am huppy to statu that the dandruff is com
pletely removed, and no itching whatever
remains. J. E. Caven,
Kansas City, Mo.
Burnett's Flavoring Extracts are tho best.
Punctuation is an art. nnd ono that
hns boon loaniod in comparatively
modern times. The Greeks did not
know tho moaning of it, and left no
spuco between their words, Tho Ho.
mans put up a kind of division without
nny ttppuront method. Up to tho end
of thu fifteenth century only tho oolou
nnd the comma wero introduced, and
the latter at that time only as a per
pondieular liguro. We are iudobtod to
Aldus Manutus, an eminent printer, for
tha comma ns wo have it now, and la
1790 he Introduced tho semicolon into
printing, and published a gsct of rules
lor the guldaneo of writers. It is not
known by whom poles of Mnterrogation
or exclamation were llrst used, but in
verted commas (') wore brought into
use by a French printer to supersede
the llio of italics, bulthe English adopt
ed them to specify quotation.
Thn sea n it storm cannot properly
be called a VmlUtl, although. It (out u
How to Train an Elephant.
First catch your elephant. This can
be done in various ways, the one rec
ommended being that of purchase
For twenty thousand dollars you can
buy an elephant, of an infoiior quality,
to bo sure, but sufllciontly good for tho
purposo of experiment. After having
secured your animal tano him home
with you, and Kivo him to understand
that you are a kind nnd indulgent mas
ter. Aft'T making him feel that you
mean well by him, unfold your plans
for bis education, explain to him that
your possession of him has been attain
ed by considerable expenso, and that
you hope ho will favor you by a close
application to tho studios that you will
assign Ii t in. When you have markod
out a count) of mvion for him, ted him
gent ly but very firmly what you desire.
Shouid ho maiiifcKi a rebellious disposi
tion it would, perhaps, bo better to re
peat vour commands before proceeding
to violence. If your repeated effort
should prove abortive knock him down
without further ado. Continue this
process until you havo commanded his
respect, and then rcptfjt your wish,
throwing as miuiii firmness into your
voice ami manner us your condition
niter your recent administration ot
punishment will pcrmil. Should ho
still be unable to catch your meaning,
you may safely conclude that your
elephant is a damaged article and may
bo sold at a sacrifice. A very neat
parlor trick is that of causing your ele
phant to make an obeisance to a friend
upon his arrival. The method of in
stilling this lesson upon the elephantine
mind ia very simple, that of frequently
and unexpectedly tripping him up at
tho word of command. This should
always bo done playfully, Unit tho elo
phant may not di em the aoiion to bo
taken simply for the purpose of annoy
ing liiuj. VfiiciniKtuSiiturility Xitjht.
A Mixture of Frnnch and Yankee Slang.
Col. and Mrs. Solon were among tho
Srominent guests at the social given by
Ir. and Mrs. Judge Jenks last week.
Gen. Jobes, sister of Judge Jouks, and
who returned from Paris only a month
ago, was present. Tho natures of tho
Colonel and the Mrs. General assimi
lated, and in each other's conversation
they whiled away tho pleasant evening
hours. The mndame rcprescuHl the
latest in Parisian art and the Colonel
outdid himself in his efforts to prove
America was not in tho least behind
the capital of fashion.
"How delightful this evening is,"
said tho General's wife. "In the lan
guage of dear Paris it is so an "."
"Yes." said the Colonel, "it is, it is; or
in our doar American lingo, it takes the
"Oi (lit Americans are so ready with
jcu dc mots; havo so many jeu d'exn-itx,
my dear Colonol," said Mrs. Jobes,
twirling her fan and bowing as she
complimented hor nation.
Tho Colonel promptly twisted a bow
sideways ami replied: "1 tumble; t
"Ah, in my doar Franco that means
the sanio, I suppose, tout ensemble "
"I s'pose so," said the Colonel; "a
sort of rickshay way of parley roo
h'rtnshay," and he put bis thumb in
tho sleeve of Lis vest, and put his head
on one side ns ho would say, "I know
what you are talking about."
And thus the distinguished Mrs.
Jobes and Col. Solon enjoyed the com
pany of each other until the party broke
up. Then Mrs. Gen. Jobes bado him
"iw rceoir," to which the Colonel gal
lantly replied, "So long." Sunday
In ancient limes a crocodile item liko
this would have been maguilind into a
lirst-ehiss "dragon" storylike tho
fable of the sea-monster that camo lo
oat AndroitK da, or Hie ono of
" Wine hy's'lniif on who i'tc lue iis it 1 1 I p lurches
As II they wert' t" ae nil I lilt Ii") s."
A Southern paper records tin death of
this huge oroeod.le. lie was a Florida
coh'hriiv, and had been named "Old
Joe." "lb- was killed in O. tober, 1W.
Since 1117, Old Joe had frequented
tut island near the oh! United Status
Marine Hospital, lit tbo junction of the
St. Marks ami Wakulla Bivers, in Wa
kulla County. This island, which was
tbe linmo of the monster, hai been
known us "Joo's Island" for many
The old fellow, who has been a target
for innumerable harmless shots all his
life, at last foil a victim to the skill of
Mr. James L. Oliver.
When dissecled his stomach contain
ed a hog weighing about sevenly-livo
pounds, live largo nix-by-eight Inch
chunks of wood, threo limo-rocks,
weighing about threo or four pounds
ouch, and a ehop-nxe, with a small
pieco of handle, it being mostly di-
The axe was used by fishermen for
cutting the heads of lisii off, and being
missed, it was supposed some one had
Htoleti it. His length was only thirteen
feel, his circimifereiico that of a lard
liereo. When first noticed on the ''Island of
Joo" ho was n largo alligator, forty,
four yeaiv ago. Ho tit limes would dis
appear for months, ami once for two or
thien yours, but when ho relumed
would take up his abode on or lieiir
"Joo's Island," his old homo.
Feeble Ladies. t
Those languid, tiresome sensations, caus
ing you to feel scarcely able to bo on your
feet; that constant drain that is taking from
your system all its elasticity; driving tho
bloom from your cheeks; that continual
strain upon your vital forces, rendering you
irritable and fretful, can easily bo removed
by the use of that marvelous remedy, Hop
Bitters. Irregularities nnd obstructions of
your system are relieved at once, whilo tho
special catiso of periodical pain is per
manently removed. Will you heed this?
Cincinnati Saturday Night.
If tho thousands that now have their rest
and comfort destroyed by complication of
liver and kidney complaints would give
nature's remedy, Kidney-Wort, a trial they
would ho speedily cured. It acts on both
organs at the same time andJhoroforo com
pletely fills the bill for a perfect romody.
11 you have a liimo bank and disordered
kitincysuse it at once. Don't neglect them.
Mirror and Farmer.
Can Catarrh bo cured i Yen, certainly;
)r. SyktV Stiro Cure will euro It.
fiBfa THE GREAT
Houralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backacho, Soreness of the Chest, Gout,
Quins, Sore Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet
and Ears, and all other Pains
No Preparation on earth enunli. Pr. Jacob On. u
ft 'V,ure,tii)eH!i1 rhrap Exlerntil Kemedy.
A trial entails bill :tie eoinpiirttllvely trilling outlay
of 50 OntM, and every one niflering with palo
can have cheap and positive proof of lu claims.
Direction. Id Eleven Ijuiguagea.
BOLD BY ALL DEUGGIdT8 AND DEALERS II
A.VOGEIER 6c CO.,
llaltimore, Md U. .
JJH. CLAW I
Indian Blood Syrup.
HvspcjislH, Liver Ms
eitsi s, ! ever mid Aftue
H htu in it r 1 -im , Iirnphv,
Heart lUxeithe. Bilious
ness, Nervous Debility
THE IJKST UKlIKliV KNOWN TW MAN!
Twelve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 18?0!
Till. Svrup poaae.ae. varied properties: It .tim
ulate. thu plyallne In the .ailva, which convert,
the .larch and .uuur uf the fund Into ulucu.e. A
deficiency in piyiinne came, wind aiKi.oorinff ol
the food In the utoimuh If I lie medic Hi il tak 1
Immediately after i-mno', llic IVrnietitallon ot iool
It acts upon the 1.1 r.
It aelstiliiill the Kldlie)s,
It Regulates the !loH,
It Purines the III I.
It Quiets the Nenons System, j
It Promotes liiceMioii,
It Nourishes, Sin iixtlietis nnd III) Igorates, J
It l urries ntf the Old HIwmI niid makes New,
It i iis the l'nres of the M.in am! liiibiees
It neutrally.!', the hereditary taint, or potnon In
tho Mood, which lienerate. Scrofula, Krraipelaa,
ami all manner of tkm maea'ce and internal hu
mor.. There are no pirlti employed in Hh manufacture
nnd It etui he taken hy the most delicate babe. or hy
the a'.;ed and liilile, (urn only he lug reiiiilred In at
tuntlt n Indirection.
(lalvii, Henry County, Ilia.
I was .iiflerltiK from Sick lli'sdm he and I) r..l
ttei. .o that I could not allend lo my hiiiisi hiilit dtl
tie., ami a .horl trial of Dr. ( lark Johiinon'. Indi
an Wood Sjriiii tilVcniiillv run d me.
.MRS 11EI.KN KI.K1NB.
Watirunm Million, DeKalli Co., III..
Thi. 1. to certify that I) r Chirk John. on'. Indian
Blood Svrup ha. cured mu uf I'aln In thu Hack. It
la a valuable medicine. M US WOOD,
( omri: Hill, Whilo Co., Ark.
Till. I to certify Hint I v.11. allllcted with Palpi
tation of thu Henri for many year. I tried ilillnr
ent doctor., whut-e pre.rriptiun. tended more to
weaken me than they ill : to Htrenutlien. 1 ai lu.t
re. Wed to try Dr. Clark .lohu.nii'. Imlinn lllood
hyiiip, which proved to he 11 positive cure not on -ly
curhiK thu Henri IM-eiiec. bill also a Sick Head
ach which hud heeti Irotililiinj me.
MltH MAKY A. NKAL.
I was allllcted with I, Iter Complaint ami Dyspep
sia and fullud to put relief, aitlionch ticlne; medi
cines from oiirhi'st derlor. I commenced uhIdii
Dr. .lohiisoii'a Indian Hlooil Svrup, and a. hurl trial
cured ruo. T. W. HlSlfiti, Mollnu, ill.
. Thl. certifies that Dr. Clark .lolin.on's Indian
lllood (Syrup h ellectiially cured mo of Dyspepsia.
Too much cannot ha .aid in praise of It.
W. K. Wl.MMKK, Hedford.Mo.
Avenls wanted for the rale of the Indian lllood
Hyrtip 111 .very town or villain, In whlr.h I have no
asttlll. Particular. Klveu 011 application.
DHl'C.OISTS HKI.L IT.
Lahratory 77 Wu.t d .1.. N, V. City.
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MKDICIXK,
TRADE MARK. Tho Orent En-
Ilsh l'i'iiiedy, Ail
iinlnlllnK euro fur
spermiit' rrhea, im
potency mid all
dlsea-es Hint folow
01 it!ii iitni.u; n.A(j:
dimness of vision, premature old hko, nnd many
other disease, that lead lu lusaiillv,; consumption
or a ;iremniuru rnivn,
JWi'ull particulars In our immplilot, which we
de.lao to .end free hv tnall to evorviine. tVThe
HpeclilcMudlcIno I. sold livull (lruirirt. at $1 per
iiiickiiic, or six package, fur $1, or will bo sunt trot
bv mall on recei pt of the tnoiiev, hv addressing.
TUB OHAY MKDIOINE CO.,
HtirrAU), N, V.
Bold In Unlro hv Ptittl Schuh,
Dr. Peck's Artificial Ear Drums
PKHI-KCTLY RKNTORH TUB
snd parloriu the work of the mirtuiml ''"
Alwaya In ikmUIoii, hnt Invisible) Ut etataj
All Con vsraal loii and even wlilaper lienrd dls
tliiclly. W rftr to thois ailnf tbtm. Bend for
diai'rlptlvs elreuliir Willi teatliuonluls. Addrsas,
E. P. K. PE0K ft 00.. SbS llresdway, New Vrk.
o w Cm? 4 2
A New ami Compicto Hotel, froutlntr on l.cvee
Second and Itailruad Ktreels,
1 he Pasieniter D' iot uf the Chlcatro, Ht. Loula
and New Orleans: Illinois Central; Waha.h, Mt.
.mils and I'acirle; Iron Mountain and Honihern;
Mobile ami Ohio; Cairo and Ml. I.oins Kauwaya
are all Just serosa tho street: while the Steamboat
LandliiK I. hut one square diatant.
This Hotel Is heated hy st.'ain, haa steam
Laundry, Hydraulic Klovator, Klectrlc Call Hells.
Automatic Kire-Alarma. Hatha, absolutely pure air,
perlect sewerage and Lumplute appointment..
Hiinorh fiimiHUlDKa; perfect .orvlce; and an un
li. 1'. PAIIKKK Ac (X).,1jHnm
(lr at chance to make mon
ey. Those who always take
advantage ol' tueood chan
.res tu mnkfl mo'iiy that art
"offered, generally become
wesltliy, w hile those who do
not impiuve such chances remain 111 poverty. We
want many men, women, boy. and jjlrl. to work for
ii. rltfht In their own localities. Any one can do
thu work properly, from the first start. The busl
lie., wlil pay more than ten lime, ordinary waci.
Kxpeuaivc outfit furnished free. ,' o one w ho enga
ges fails to makt money rapidly. You can devote
your whole time In the work, or only your .pare
moments, Full Information and all that I. needed
aunt free, f ddres. Mumon & Co., l'oitUnd, Maine.
City Clerk', (nice, )
Cairo. Ilia., Dei emb-r ltd, ISSl. f
Si.ali d proposals wl I lie received at this ullice, di
rected to the City Council of ihe City of Cairo, tin
til Wcliiek p. III. of Tuesday, December l.l'h. l.ssl,
for furnishing tho material and dome, Hie work, or
doliiK the work, necessary fur the construction and
reconstruction of the followiuc sidewalks, tu be re
ciilistrtiiiuid of brick, vi.: Ull the le rtherlv side of
Mh .trect, riinnliiK :JT5 feet ,-aslwardIy frolu alnut
street; ou the southerly aide of Mh street, running
273 feel eaelwardly from Walnut st. ; on weterly
side 01 Commercial avenue, i'j feet, in front of lot ti
block il, cl.y of Cairo; on the easterly side of Pop
lar street, between 17th and lS'h streets: on the
northerly side 01 17th street, between Poplar street
and Commercial avenue, (excepting In fron. of lots
;-si. :i'.. 40, block 17. first ad Jitiou lo Cairo, already
built by lot owuerai; ou the easterly ide of Wash
ington avesne, lni feet northward from corner uf
th street: on the uonlierly side ot IMh s'rett, run
ning iVI feet east uardly from Cedar street ; on the
easterly side of Washington avenue, between mill
and mL streets; on Dip westerlv side of Washing
ton avenue, between unhand Center street.; on
the southerly .ldof 'iilh street, hmveeii Washinjj
tun avenue and I'oflar street
To be re rou-triicted of wood, viz: On Hie north
erly siile of I'.nli street, between Washington ave
nue and Poplar street : on the westerly side of V. al
nut street, between mh and n.h streets: on tbe
easterly side of Walnut street, between lllh and
l'.'th streets; on the northerly utile of Mh .tree', he
tween Commercial avenue and W'ahing!oti avenue;
on the northerly side of iith street, running li" feet
westeily from Washington avenue; on the souther
ly side of Mh street, running l.Vt fe t westerly from
Washington avenue; on the easterly side of Wash
ington avenue, between t h and tilh streets; on the
westerly side of Commercial avenue, betw een loth
and Sid streets; on the northerly aide of ssth street,
running :ii' feet from Poplar street toward. Com
mercial avenue ; on the sou then v. Ide of 47 tb street,
between Commercial avenue and Poplar stre.-t: on
tho northerly side of 1Mb street, running i'w feet
westerly loin Walnut str-et; on the southerly .Ida
of pttb .treet, between Commercial avenue" and
Poplar .treet; ou tbe sontherfy side of Division
stet, between Poplar street and Washington ave
nue. To be constructed of wood: Ou the easterly side
of Poplar street, between 'JTdh and vrrth streets ; on
the northerly side of 17lh street, between Washing
ton avenue and Walnut street; atel on the easterly
side of Sycamore street, from tfld street to '.'.tth
As provided by ordinate e No. "H. approved No
vember '-'A, IkS ; wh i h Is ou fill' In this ottlce, and
subject to examination at any t line. T-e ri f t o
reject any and all bids reserved by the C.ty.
I). J. KOI.Ll , City C.erk. t
Sola hrd-Alsraln Onir. M uy in4: IIIotm At., N. I.
Ginger, lluchuv Mandrake, bullingiasnd many
if the nest medicines knownare combined in Pas-'
Ikcx's Ginger 'i'ONic,intoamrdicineo .uch va-I
rinl and effective pnweri.as to make u thegreateti.
',UA Punier and Liver Regulator and tbe
llcatllcalthAKtrsnnth Restorer Kvsr V.sd.,
' It cures liytpentia, Rheumatism, Neuralgia.1
-ileeplcuncM, ni all diK.ises of the Stomach,;
liuwrK, l.iiugn, 1 ivrrand Kidney.
Kcmtmls-'r t 'i Ida Tome i the Tet Family
Medicine ever made, nnd i.. entirely diflerent Iron
Hitters, (linger l'tei ..iratinn, and other Touii av
it never iuloxu-ales liutciirc.Mlninkcnliev Note
.i-neine wit hoe t ifc-nit'lrp of Illrov fY Co , N. Y
Parker's Hair Balsam
TS-InmI snd moil
fyifwunUal balr rs
StMMUsldmsl D,'ri 4 THK PKOtiltKSSlVK
1 11 Ti t OrSl PKINTKIt i" a new
book, lull of information, by an old Printer. Ills
beautifully lllustra I 'pic. of line Job I'rln,
ted and gives earn I tirK. 'Ihe colored
plate I. a line feature, and worth tlio price of the
book Herd for It at once.
H. Whybrew, Kochealer, N, Y
617 St. ( liarli'M Street, St. Lnals.Mo.
A ixirilar snutuate of two Mwlicul Colliw, has rxB
onipir liKMited than anyothorl'tiysli-Uo in hi Lfluls.aa
city iisir .knw.nud nil old n udi'nisl.n.iw. QyphlliS.
Oonorrhopa. Ule'., Strtcnice.Orihitiit, Hnjitur,al!
Urinary Byphllttlo or MercuruU Aft.'t'or. of
Throat. Bkin orllooeacuit.il Kafely, Privnteiy.
8isnnatrrhN,Bexual Debility and Impotency
as till, result of Self. Abu niuidi-tnHeiiln inn Hirer
ysara.nrnvHr hniinwnik. ir,).liK'intfnervouKnM'S.seula.
al smisslnns, debility, dhnnmia ol aixht .ilefw't ' w nim
ory, (ihyslcal decay, avenliin to society ennfuaion "t
Idna., louot seiunl powr,nlKht loaaaa.roDilerliiK lour
at nine or by mntl free and Invlutd. PioniiUlei ona
.tamii. Madlelnss sunt by mall or expma. Cumn
Riinnnlsed. Wham doubt exist it I. franVIr stntwl.
plIs. I GUIDE!
Ths whole story, well tnld.atit latrnaUilir. on lbs
miutwina siiojoti nun may marry, wnn nut. wnr.
Miii.uOt.S, WimRnhood, Physical daeav. Who ahotild
murry j husr life and bapiunnsa muylm lucsaied , rtiH'bi
of flnllhitev nnil ak.umh. unA miiny mnrM. Tims married
or contemjilatinH nuirrlam abouid reud It. then kwi mi-
dsr lock aod key. 29 ctx b lnj"",t',r or r-o-tn.
Kngllah qermnn- Frenrh re.d and spoken.
tir tha spneily
euro til eiitmlunl
lyst Maohootl. Nervousness.
fie3mTIiMT!eniory and i)aordera lirmmh t ou by Hel f.
A buss. ADydriiHKlsthaathslniirKdlHnis. bU Louis
ftiirntlm Inst'w, fill) Ht.Oharlws, St. Ix.nls, Mo.
7O!i0hesnut 8t, St. Loula, Mo. at old offlca,
eoutlDiiHstooure Bnermatorruaiu, rlemluul WeaV
uess, imiwteney.aU forma nf Byphllla,Oonorrhcea,
Oleet, Urinary or Bladder disease, lineont cnsM
etired la a low days. All the diseases resiiltlne front
Self-nhiie,sonsaaorsipos'irBerwl far life witb snfs
medlolns. AcMee free. (lUiimos luw. Call or writs
In strict cnnlldoua. eymtitom ?2tIKJL?r j J'.
M o....-l,,n nl lilnn.. A WMrulitn t. NmUI V
OR, BUTTS' DISS
Trsat all Chronic Dlaenses, and snjuys a nation,
al renntatloa throueh tbs otirlnKof eoniillcnlnd cases,
mnttnnm nf Urn IiIikmI, aklo or lionM. trNitedwItb Suo-
eexts, without nsliui Maroury or Pnlsonnu. MadlolniM.
V fill NO MEN "ho ais .nffiirlnalinm the r fleet a
JtSaUmSJliiUmol a dlsaass that unttU It vie-
tlDM lor tmsineM or marnntm. rsiniansnny enrwi
TS TREATED Pi
but whra posiilitn.
jtcrtouil uuniulutiou Ii uniarrtd, wliicii it FRUJI IM afinl
art. Llt ol nut'itlnni lo V ntwrf d h? ptlinu delrlnf (nit
nunt ntiUtf Im to any uMrati on appliralion.
fmont tnaToiiH mm mipiur antwiu awia intir tianrw,
,0114 lMf iSlotj to Uolr Mvuiaio. II It mil a (thh.F
tofiatiinietinni irirtiy cuitnantui, inn anouiti or aviarrHt