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TTK .9 THE DAILY BULLETIN.
The Best Known Remedy for
Backache or Lame Back.
Rheumatism or Lame Joint.
Cramps or Sprains.
Neuralgia or Kidney Diseases.
Lumbago, Severe Aches or Pains
Are Superior too.U other riaatora
Are Superior to Padi.
Are Superior to Liniment.
Are Superior to Ointment or BoJvee.
Are aupcrior to Electricity or toItooWoi
They Art Immediately.
Thry Relirre Fain ml Onre.
Thry Positively Cure.
M a . m Benson'aCariclnernfnrmPI.
FnliTlfiN ter have been Imitated. Do
UHU I IUI1 cot allow your druggist to
palm off some other plaster havim- a similar
sounding nam. See that tbe word iaipalled
C-A I'-C-l-N B. PnraJSct.
SEABURY 4 JOHNSON.
JtldnnlacturinB ChemietisNew Ynrfc.
Afc0'SMcd;:atl CORN and BUNION PLASTER.
UUJTAl All) MinlTY.
A Sl'HSTITl'TK FOR LIFK IXSl'R
A NI K CHI I'A NIKS.
widows & OliTIIANS'
3liTirA l Aid Society,
Organized Julv 1 Mb, 1R77, l iu.'cr the Law n
tin- Mate of Illinois. Copyrighted .lulv
W, KIT", Under Act of Ciuiprrss.
P.O. SHU II
c. T. ftl'DD
J. A. UOLbSTINK.
.... Medical Adviser
11. LKUillTON. I h. THOMAS.
W. F. PITCHKK,
HOARD OK MANAOKHS:
William Stratum, of htmtton & Bird, wholesale
grocers; Paul 0. Scbuh, wholesale aid retail drug
gist; Wizen bPtghton, commission merchant; Jan.
S. McOnhcy. lumber dealer; J. J. l.ordon, phya
Irian: J. A. (inldatlno, offioldstine , Kueenwuler,
wholesale and retail dry goods, etc; Wm.F. Pitch
er, general agent; Henrvll. Kills, cityprlntcrand
book binder; Cueslcy llayues. Cooper; Juo. C.
White, assistant secretary und solicitor: Albert
Lew is, dealer In flour and grain : K. liroas, presl
dent Alexander County Bank; (i. W. Heudrlck.
contractor and builder; Cvrus Close, general
agent ; Thomas Lewia, secretary and attorney at
law; L. S, 1 hotuiia, broom manufacturer; W. K
itussel. toiuiH'tnr and builder; ('. T, Kudd
agent 0. Sv. L. AN", o. rnilauail ;Mcs Pbllllpa.rar
penter; II . A. Cbumblev, contractor, Cairo, Ilia..
Itev. J. Spencer. rlergv'man.St Leuia, Mo.; J. H.
llethune, circuit clerk, Mississippi county, Chnrlc
ion, M. ; J. II .Moore , lawyer. Commerce, Mo.'
It. oiDglttirv, phvalrian. Arlington, Kv.; J. W.
Tarry, pbvalciau, Pulton, Kv. ; Win. Kyan, farmer,
Murrv, Uv. ; A. Stelubach, maiiu'aciiirer of aad
dlt rv, Evatifville, Ind ; Ike Anderson, secretary
to superintendent C St. L, ,t N O. railroad, .lack
eon. Trim.; J. S. Itohertsoti, phveiclan, White
villi'. 1 inn. ; Th Unas A. Oshoru, harness maker,
Bolivar, Teim .; Win. L. Walker, Dixie Adver
tising AgcnJ," Hullv Sunn". Mii-a
K j ri u week iii -tir o n town. 41 outfit
Li I I free. No rick, iv rytliinp new, capl
iSI 111'"1 "", ri,lll,r,'d. e l!i furnlali you
(111 I wevi ijllilh Many urn luuklni; for
IT linieK Ladiea miike. ao inuch an nieu,
and liova and elr'm mnkn vreat uav .
Header, If you want a liualiiveat wlili li you can
make irrnai iiav ail Itie time vcm work, write ror par
tlcularatn II lliilltti A t n.J'or land. .Maine.
What will tho Woathor to To-morrow
A lln rometernnd
oineii, una orttuiiie
i!orr,-.'tly any chiuine
In ttio weather U to at
MHftlmnrft. Wnri'iitited Per.
fiM luml miihIiIu. Wo will m iel lt,fl. l(twrl)w,o
env aili1rea on rwolnt of Ono 1mI1ih Thn Heat
V miller liiclli nior In the World. J nut the
thiiiK f'ra C1IUISTVA8 1'IIV.SKST. AKi utawatiUl
rrerywhere. Send furelrrnlnr, Jlfi'ntr oMmi'litlhiM,
OSWKUU TlitUMOMKll.il WdUliH, Onwego, N. Y.
lol?hl WwoTenr and Nkw Dflpartnre In Md
1.T,V. . ul1""' Maoatiil iKMilin
w.lltSVJS'XSXSrX. !" "lr tru.
S?i?I,.i ?,,c,u b AbaorpUon, and eirtln
ill.u,, fii,7.. " ,n" wrntnal Velrla, Klao-
TVJ0,?. l!S,.Bu nlrf,r llh th.
will ilrvautUiracUon. burloe (l,i ,fLt iii .r,il
H h tan Id ..o.ral ,, w" u,57o7tS.r
E UI.m l fi Wlu. a, a. i. now mw1I hVThi
-dloal Pnlnrion to ly II,. m.t kikhuU a.i, i,4
dlMnnred o( rMt hlue Iml rurwi I hi n7 i rnvTun?
trouhl. Ut U i , oo., t L tb. oUS SrjJtio
IlulMrr iow manir.and uin.p whom quut ka nP J
b.lr aMilnw oMtnima and bl fivtu. The ltmMl
Dot UDlO Ml txilMI. Ill l l.nJ T.l..- "1 'l"nl1X
toWaninnta,)-i So. it. i.ulU, nnt to Uffm" 7uU2
Uutiu ot.r tlirt-. mmilha. will .1,.,. Ji.?. r. i
7. Hnt h mall
1I1 fcrIJlt fir laruraa Ka
HAHRI3 REMEDY CO. MfU CHMI8Ti
Kartiel 8th 8U. QT. LOUIS, Mo.
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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLK'HN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 7, 1881.
Dally (deUvered by carrtere) per weea f
By mall tin adranee) on year WOO
Six month ?
Three memth J
One month - 1 w
By mall tin advance) eue year 19
BU month 1 "
Thra month w
Toclnbof ton and oyer(pr copy) .... 1 W
. PotUge in all caau prepaiu.
Umt ln..,.tln,. iipp .finare II 00
Bubeequent luertlon, per iqaare W
For ono week, per iure aw
paneral notice 1 ,K'
Obituarie and reaolullon paaaad by toclalle
ten cent perllne.
Deaths aud inarriacea free
P.r.i lu.ertmn. Der Biiua. t '
t.i . . 11 ..r ...,1.4 AM.iiitiii. a annarH-
IMfilll UHU. "I .U11U UlMlllMtll uupi. -. - - , -
Diaplayert adTertleemeni will be charged accord-
inR I" III ujf.DU, mi mi'v - -
ing Iwelvn line of olid type to the Info-
10 ecuiar ainrrum- wc ,.u. .
,nen iiiilh aa lo rates of charge and manner ol
I ai'lavlnc their favors.
Th 1 paper mar he found on nle at Oeo. P. Howell
. t Newpper Adverttalng Bareau.110 Hpruc.
aire. t ;wheir ad-erllalng contrct maj be mado
f r II iii New Yo. t.
Communication upon ubJectof genfnnteret
to the public are at all time acceptable. Rejected
mmnscrlpt will not ha returned.
Letters and communlcattone r oold be addrisa
'B. A. Burnett Cairo Illlnol "
TlIK RKV. (iK.ll. H. Tll WKIt, of Il.)llll)oU,
Iml.. says: 'lStth myself sdi! wife owe
our lives to Sliiloh's Oinsuniptinii Cure. '.I
Kuliiev Complaint Cmeil.
B.Turner, llicliestcr, N. Y., writes. ; 'I
have been for over a yenr mliject to serious
disorder of the kidney, and often unaMe to
attend to I'lisiiHs; I procured your Bl'R
DOCK 151.0OP HITTERS and win re
lieved before half a bottle was used. I in
tend to continue, as I feel confident that
they will entirely cure me."
Price 11.00. trial size 10 cents. Tuul G.
Yh n your girl gives you the mitten, and
you feel your heart is broke,
Don't give way to black despair, but treat
it as a joke.
Get your health in first class order, a bottle
of SPRING BLOSSOM buy,
And gaily join a singing class, and for an
other sweetheart try.
Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cts. Paul
G. Schuh, Agent.
nruiusi.Lni.Eri. Broadway, Buf
falo, was induced by his brother to try
THOMAS' EPLECTRIC OIL for a spann
ed ankle; and with half a dozen applica
tions he was enabled to walk round again
all right. Paul G. Schuh, Agent.
Abb you made miserable by Indigestion
Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite,
Yellow Skin? Shiloh's Vitalizer is a poni
tive cure. 10
Allon'a Urain Food nnsitivelv cures nerv
ousness, nervous debilitv. and all weakness
of generative organs.- $1. 5 for $. All
druggists, henu lor circular to Alien s
Pharmacy. 315 First Ave.. IS. . oiu 111
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Keep your family well supplied with
Seller's Cough Syrup. Use it in time; you
will avert bronchial and pulmonary affec
tions. 2"t cents.
"A ladv had the flesh eaten off her arm
hv srrofuli. Could see the sinews work-
inc. Lindscy's Blood Searcher cured her.''
J. Ralston, Llderton, Pa.
Go to Paul G. Schuh for Mrs. Freeuiau's
New National Dyes. For brightness nnd
durability of color are unequaled. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German. Price 15 cents.
Why will you cough when Shiloh's
Cure will give immediate relief. Price
10 cents, 50 cents and 1. 11
Mothers! Mothers !! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child Buffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth'f If so, go at once aud get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother 011 earth
who has ever used it. who will not tell you
at wir.e that it will regulate the bowels,
and pive rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is peilectly sale to use 111 all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States.
Sold cverevwherc. i!5 cents a bottle.
The very best family medicine is
Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills, which
cleanse the bowels, purify the blood, and
establish healthy action in the liver. (0)
Ovkh 200,000 Howe Scales have been,
sold. Send for catalogue to Borden, Selleck
& Co., General Agents, SI. Louis, Mo. (;li
Sjjiloh s Catabkii Rkmkdy a positive
cure for Catarrh, Diptheria and Canker
Fellows' Sykit will cure Pulmonary
Consumption in the first, nnd will give
great iclief ami prolong life in the second
und third stages.
In restoring persons Buttering trom the
ellec'-H of Diptheria and the cough follow
ing Typhoid Fever, prevalent in this
region, it acts with expedition and entire
Neably all the ills that afflict mankind
can be prevented nnd cured by keeping the
stomach, liver aud kidneys in perfect work
ing order. There is no medicine known
that will do this to quickly und surely,
wiinoui iiiterierinif wiui your uuues as
Parker s Ginger Tonic. Bee advertisement.
Can Catarrh bo cured? Yes, certainly;
Dr. Sykes' Sure Cure will cure it.
Bit. Kline's Groat Ncrvo Restorer is tho
"iBi vel of the ago for all Ncrvo Diseases
All fits Htoppud free. Send to 031 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
'11 ackmi'.tack,' R lasting and fragrant per
fmne. Prioo 25 and 50 cents. VI
On a valuation of $125,000, tho Times
Mid tho Democrat, of New Orleans, will be
LoiuoUdated next week. Major Bnrko
holds a controlling interest, thlrty-flve bus
iness men joining him in tho rnterprlao.
A Funeral of Aats
Tho ant has long bnen an object of
spoel.il interest with nulurnlUt't nnd
11 hers, who tety many wonderful tilings
about bin), and who back him lip
strongly for pus -easing a remarkable)
degree of int-'lligenee. Ono of tlwo
gentlemen, nil neuie observer of tho in
sect, furnishes a very interetlitiir inci
dent of a funeral procession. Having
neidoutly killed a number of Nt ravin.;
soldier mils, he noted a commotion
among the adjacent surviving rotations,
an I dfltormined lo watch their proceed
ings closely, following four or live that
started from the rest toward a hilloek.a
ahortdi.etaiien off, in which was su ant's
nest. This they entered, and in about
fivo minutes reappeared followed by
other, aud all fell into rank, walking
regularly two by two, until they arrived
nt llm spot whero tho dead bodies of
the soldier ants lav. In a few moments
two of the ants alvuneed and took up
the dead body of it comrade; then two
others, and so on until nil were rondv
to march. First walked two ants bear
ing a Lodv, then two wiilmut a burden,
then two others with another dead ant,
and so on until all the defunct insects
were elevated. Then ilm procession
moved slowly onward, followed by an
irregular body of about 200 ants. Oc
casionally the two ladned ants. stopped,
and, laying down tho dead ant, it was
taken tip hv tho two walking unbutdon
od behind tliom; and thus they arrived
at a sandy spot which seemed to suit.
Here the body of ants now commenced,
digging with thoir jaws, holes in tho
ground, into each of wnieh a dead ant
was laid, and then they labored on
until the graves were relilb d. This did
uot quite tinish the remarkable pro
ceeding. Some six or seven of the ants
had attempt d to run off wit limit per
forming tiieir share of the digging;
these were caught, brotig' t b.ic. and
promptly killed on the spot. A single
grave was quickly iliiir. and they were
all dropped into it. ' ' ' .1ictWm
A Drunken Goat.
There are sorrow and anxiety nmong
tho drivers at tho ambulance stables of
tbe Chambers Street Hospital in Duaue
street. "Billy." the white Irer drink
ing goat, is missing, and no tidings of
his whereabouts can bo learned. The
last seen of "Billy" wa 011 Sunday
morning. At the time Driver Johu
Tilger, tbe owner of "Billy," was pre
paring to make a visit up the river. He
had just finished hh toilet, und was
about to leave tho stables, when he ob
served his favorite goat coming across
the street in a slow, unsteady, stagger
ing gait. "Drunk again," exclaimed
Pi Igor, ou witnessing the debased con
dition of "Billy," who had been sip
ping the dregs from tho tops of a num
ber of kegs in front t f a beer saloon
opposite. Pilger opened the iron gate
that runs across the front of the en
trance to the stables, aud giving "Bil
ly" a gentle stroke, told him to go in.
The goat braced himself up for a mo
ment, and then mado one rush iulo his
Elaco back of ouo of the horses's sta
les. After Pilger left that day it ap
pears "Billy" slept awhile. Then get
ting up he mado ids way from the sta
bles, and was last beheld aimlessly
wandering across Broadway into the
Fourth ward. When Mr. Tilger came
home one of the boys was sent out to
hunt tho gout up. Tho lad came back
soon and reported his search as fruit
less. Mr. Pilger the next day commu
nicated his loss to the captain of police
of tho Fourth precinct. A detective
was detailed to scour the whole vicin
ity. Up to lato last night, however,
"Billy-' had not been found. 'Billy"
is described a.s being about three feet
high, completely white, with horns short
and slightly crooked. Around his neck
is a collar of celluloid, pendant to
which is a miniature beer keg colored
in blue. S'fff Mrmiry,
Slavery and Religion in Egypt'
A recent traveler in F.'ypt uentli us
the following illustration of the endless
difficulties the Khedive has to overcome
in tho slow progress of interior reform.
Indignaiit that slavery should still
llourish in his realm, Tcwlik Pasha
wished to decree its total abolition in
advance of the stipulations of our treaty
with Egypt, which gives them until
1884 and 1889, respectively, but before
takiug such an important step ho sent
and consulted tho Sheik-ul-Jslain.
Though fully sharing tho views of tho
temporal ruler that slavery was an
abomination, tho ecclesiastic objected
to its wholesale abolition on the ground
that tho emancipation of individual
slaves was ono of the most meritorioin
of acts, and that tho Prophet had con.
ceiled this right to his followers 11s
a means of atoning for their sins. In
ot her words, that slavery must be main
tained, as slaves are required as human
conscienco-monoy to whitewash. Mus
sulman backsliders, and the Khodivo
has not the power to deprive thii jfaith
ful of a divino privilege. This happen
ed as recently as July last; Tewlik
Pasha had to submit, and to rcnouneo
for t he present his projctcf immndiato
emancipation. Putl Mdl Gazette.
Qirl Waiters and Colored Mon.
The Philadelphia Time says: Dur
ing tho past week or two tho proprie
tors of several of the largest restaurants
In the center of the city have discharged
their waiter girls and employed colored
men. In referring to the matter, the
keeper of a well known oating-houso
on Chcsl nut street, near the City Hall,
said: "I was compelled to disehargo
the girls iti my employ becnuso, after
several years' experience I urn con
vinced that women are not as good
waiters as either wbito or colored men,
nnd in a rush of business tho men will
do double tho amount of work in the
same time. I paid the girls three dol
lars nnd a half per week, and although
I have to pay the colored mon a trillo
more, I tun satislicd that the change
will help my business, and I suppose
tho other restaurant koopers who have
taken on male help have done so for
tho same reason that brought mo to it.
Yes, tho movement, if it extends to all
the restaurants in tho city, will throw
many hundred girls out of employment;
but it can't bo helped. You know busi
uess is business." A colored waiter
was interrogated on the subject, und ho
in conlidenoo informed the reporter
that "do reason tie bosses couldn't got
along wid do gals was 'cuso uVy all got
fellahs, and do fellahs mil waited 011
berry well; buttle fellahs dat ain't got
no gals, dy don't git nufllu' till de less
ftiu 'toudud to."
Stories of Witchcraft.
An old German woman in Cincinnati
has been regaling tho J-Jnquirer of
that city with stories of witchcraft
brought from the old country. One
mau who had several fine horses had
unconsciously incurred tho displeasure
of the witches, nnd his valuableequinct
gradually grew thin and died. A witch,
whoso reputation was not of the best,
showed her temper by drying up a cow
which had formerly given two largo
buckets of milk. '1 he witch, however,
aftor two or throe weeks, permitted tho
cow to givo milk as usual. One wo
man, reputed a skillful witch, cast a
spell over a cat, nnd the feline in turn
pursued a youth, making nocturnal
visits to his room while ho was asleep.
The poor young man was nearly chokeij
to death ou several nights, but was not
aware of tho nature of his trouble.
Tailing his brother, tho latter one night
captured the cat, went to a blacksmith's
in the neighborhood, and, after ft good
ileal of coaxing, induced the smith to
fire up his forgo nnd lit a pair of shoes
on the cat's front feet. With this ac
complished, the young man, in a jubilant
frame of mind, went homo. The next day
it was ascertained that the witch woman
was sick in bed. The youth who had
been tormented by tho cat went 1 1 sen
her, ami found to his surprise nnd joy
that in the palm of her hand were the
horse shoes. "You'vo caught, me this
time." She begged piteously to bo re
leased from the horseshoes, but not
until she had agreed to discontinue her
mischievous pructiees was her appeal
Does the "s eel e irl graduate'' like
the looks of her portrait as it is drawn
in this sketch by one who evidently
knows that it is ucrura'elv given? . He
says the school-girl's lading is slang;
that she never uses it in her father's
healing, but if he were in earsled of a
group occasionally, he Mould hear
something like tin'-.:
Meet me on the ave' this aft' and wo
w ill go to the mat'."
"No, not this ait' on the ave'."
'I had a perfect mag' lime, and don't
you forget it." "Don't give me away,
Kate." "Well, I should softly ex
claim," "I should blush to murmur."
"I should 1 emit! k." "1 should mutter."
"1 should smile."
"Are you goim: to il.e miMeale? '
"You just bet 1 am."
"I told tin-guv' I wanted a new
"Did he tumble to the racket?' "Did
lie trail?" "Did lie calch on?"
lie forked over, girls, and it's mv
The-e phrases are from the sweet girl
graduates who stand up in the month o
loses and read charming essais on
"The Real and the Ideal,' "Life' as It
Should Be," "Reforms," and other prac
tical subjects, and who turn from ad
miring teachers, lo whom they have
been listening with mock-serious eyes,
to say in a low aide:
"He's giving us taffy, girls," and
who tihri.-ten ewnthiii'; that does not
please tlu-iu as ".suid -."
The Silyer Certificate Mystery.
In thirteon months the gross issue of
silver certiticates had increased $51,
000,000, or almost ?4.rH'w.ooo a month:
the net issue, jf-JA.Ouo.iHjo; the holding
of silver dollars, 18, 500. 000. In order
to see just what this implies, let us an
alyze the. charges during the last
month. Tho gross issue increased $6,
500,000, the net issue practically the
same, and the amount of silver dollars
on hand has inerensed $150,000. Now,
if the law has been literally complied
with, nearly nil the silver-dollar coin
age of tho month has yone into circu-laiiou-say,
2. -1000.000, less .150,o0o,
.a;..")(i0 000 in silver dollars lias lieen de
posited in the Treasury by holders;
and, the ceri incites having been taken
away by these dep ositors, the silver
dollars themselves have been paid out.
It follows that I lie payment from the
Treasury during the mouth of Septem
ber have included eight and three-quarter
millions of silver dollais.or two mil
lions a week. Such a statement as
that is preposterously untrue. The
wholo disbursements of the Government
during the month wcro only l:'vb)0,
Ooo, excepting for tho public debt, on
which no silver dollars were ever paid;
and we are forced to believe either that
two-tbirds of nil the payments by tho
Treasury last month were made by the
actual transfer of silver dollais, in nil
their bulk ami weight, or that this issue
is accomnlished constructively that
silver dollars am not actually deposited
as the law provided and intended nun
The Pink Finger Nails.
A New York letter to the Cincinnati
Enquirer says: "When my time came
I aut in a row with live other ladies, alt
in tho ensiest of arm chairs and with
damask napkins in our laps. Finger
bowls of stained glass on plates of
painted French china, tilled with tepid
water perfumed and containing an ucii
to soften the skin, were given us, and
solemnly we sat and soaked our finger
for fifteen minuies. At the end of thut
time an 'operator,' on a low stool, seat
ed herself before me, dried one hand,
posed it on a pink satin cushion, nnrt
with a fine steel instrument quickly
Fcraped away all the soft skin round
the nail, then she tiled it into a point nt
the top and clipped the sides with sharp
scissors, thou she rubbed a red salve,
called rosnliae over it, wiped it off, and
procoodod to polish with the diamond
powder, using tho palm of her bund,
until tho nail fairly glittered; and final
ly warm water, Castile soap nnd 11 soft
brush left it clean, smooth and shining.
The process was repeated on every lin
ger, and in half an hour, for the sum
of $1.50, was finished, and the result
was ten pink and brilliant weapons of
defense, so sharp and pointed as to
suggest the advantages 01 peace. Tho
fashion of wearing these long and
pointed nails has become so exagger
ated that it necessitates long-fingered
glovos, and extreme care to prevent
them from broakiiigofr,"
Aldekman TucKnn, Boston, says you
may state that I have paid for medicine and
treatment in 20 years R,000, without re
ceiving permanent beuoflt. Entirely cured
of his disease (salt rheum) by Cuticura
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet
and Ears, and all other Pains
Nn Preparation on earth equal St. Jaroiw Oitu
a tafe.turt, limilr and rhrnp Kxkrnal Keiuedy.
A trial entaiis hut the comparatively trilling outlay
of AO Onto, anil every one Miltcring with pajn.
can hare cheap anI positive proof of it claim.
Directions in Eleven Language.
BOLD BY ALL DED0OI8T8 AND DEALERS II
A.VOGELER & CO.,
JioUimort Md.. V. . M
DH. CIjA 1 K
Indian Blood Syrup.
f. 1. a
UlACI WM.l. .
lM'iiil. Liter Mu
cuses Ki'veraad Ague
Heart Mseuse, liilimta
Ilea. Nervnua Deliilhy
THK IILST KKMKliV KNOWN Til MAN !
Twelve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 180!
Th I a Svrup poeaeasca varied properties: U atiin
ulate the ptyallne In the saliva, which convert
tbe starch and sugar of t lie food Into glucose. A
deficiency in ptyaiine causes wind and onrin of
tbe food in the stomach if I In' medic x Utak3
immediately after eating, Hi" ferment el lun ol tool
It acts upon the Liver,
It ucts ll pun Hit Kidneys,
it itcgailHte he lion els,
It I'UiillfK the HI I.
It yuieta the N'ervoit Sy,tehi,
It I'roinoU'H Plirestlon,
It Nourishes, Mmigtlicn iui'1 Iniiiforatet,
It I'lin ies nil' the lllil :noi a ml makes New.
It Opens the Pore. o Ihe Hill olid liulllrt'l
It imiitriilizcK the hereditary taint, or pul.on In
Iho blood, which generate. Scrofula, Krwipela.
ami all manner of skin liisease and in'ernal bu
mors. There are no spirits t rnployeil In ita manufacture
and It can lie taken by the most delicate babe, or by
tho agod and feeble, care only heme; reciiired In al
ien!! n lo direct oiis.
dalvK, Henry (.entity, III.
I was aiitrerlni! from Sick Headache anil P. .zi
ncs so thai I rmilil not intend to my household du
ties, and a short, trial of Or. Clark .lohnaon s Indi
an lllood Syrup elleclunllv cured me.
MltS II ELKS KI.KINH.
Waterman Slallou, PuKalh l.'o , 111
lhi i lo certify thai Dr Clark .loluison'a Indian
Blood Svrup baa cured me of I'aln In the Hack. It
I a valuable medicine. MUM WOOD,
Ccnlre, Mill, While, Co., Ark.
This la locerllfy that I wn afflicted with Palpi
tation of the Heart for many yearn I tried diflor
ent doctors, whose prescriptions tended more to
weaken mo than they did lo trentftlien. 1 i last
re I veil to try Dr. ('lurk Johnson's Indian Blood
Hytlip, which tiroved to be a poailive euro not on
ly curlni! the Heart IMeaae, hut also a hick Head
acb which had been ironhllne nie.
MitS MAHV A. NBAL.
I was allln ti 'I uilh Liver Compliiliil and Oyspep.
sla and failed Iokhi relief, altlioiich usiiiL' medi
cine from our bent doctors I commenced using
Dr. Johnson' Indian lllood Hvrup. amlashort trial,
cured me, T. W. UlsiMi, Moliue, 111.
Tills certifies Hint Dr. Clark .Johnson' Indian
lllood Syrup leis ctl'ecluatly cured me ol Dyspepsia.
Too much luiiuiit be mid In praise uf It.
W. K. Wni.Mr.H. Ilndlord, Mo.
A fonts wanted for Ihe sale of the Indian Illnod
Syrup in every town or village. In which I havu uo
aguM. funiculars given on application.
DUCiKilSTS SELL IT.
L.tliratoiy 77 Weal ;id l., N. Y City.
GRAY'S SPKCIKK' M KDICINK.
TRADE MARK. The (ireiil Kng
llsb leiindv, An
tuiliilllhg cure for
speriniiluri hea, im
potency and all
diseases thai I'olow
as a sequence;
of telf iilniae; aa
i.... ..i .............
Boforo Taku:gan.ver:,,ursi, ,ufeAflor-
dlmiicKs of vision, iireiiintiire old age, and many
other d I scum' that lend to iiiaanltv,' consumption
or a premature rrave.
IMryKull piirtlcnhir In our pamphlet, which wo
doslan to send free hv iniill to evurvone, tW"The
Specific Medicine Is sold hv nil druggist" at $1 per
lacaaiio, or six package lor f A, or will he uut free
iv mall on receiptor the monov, hv addressing.
Til Hi (JHAY MKDICINR CO.,
liiirrAt.1', N, Y ,
Hold hi Cairn hv PhiiI Scimli.
II UT L. THE
Dr. Peck s Artificial tar Drums
PKRrrrri.v rntoiik tub mmhiwi
nd perform the work of the Siiatiiml I ran,
AJwaya In position, bnt liivlHl other.
All Oonveranllnii and even whisper beard dl.
tlnntly, W rattr U thoa iln than, Mand for
riearrtptlv circular wub tealluionlal. Addr,
H, f K, PECK CO,, Hroadwar, Nw Turk,
I iwi X O
W ' s?
fV- I eo f
A New aud l ompieta Hotel, fronting ou Leva
Second aud Kallroad Streets,
1 be Passenger Depot of ihe Chicago, Ht. Lou I
and New Orluan: Illinois Central; Wabaah, Ht
Loul nd I'actttc ; Iron Mountain and Hootberu:
Mobile and Ohio; fair., and Ht. Lotn Hallway
are all Just acros tbe lruet; while the Su-emboat
Landing la but one square distant.
This Hotel is heated by steam, baa steam
Laundry, Hydraulic Klevalor, Klectrlc Call Hell.
Automatic Kire-Alarm. Hatha, absolutely pure sir,
period sewerage and complete appointment.
Superb furnnhlng; perfect service; ud to nn
l V. P AltKK.lt At (..Leiaee
ysj "v f W Great chance to maku mon
I'll! I I , r Those who always take
I'll I I 1 I I "'Vantage of the good chati
J I .ce to make money that are
'oflered, rnerlly become
wealthy, whllu those who do
not impiov urh chance remain in povertr. We
want many men, women, boy aud girl to work for
iisrtghtln thoir own localities. Any one can do
the work properly Irani the first dart. The bail
nes will par moro I tun ten times ordinary wage.
Expensive outfit furnished free. ; o one w ho enga
ge falls to inaka money rapidly. Ynu can devote
your whole time to the work, or only your spare
momenis. Kail Information and all that la needed
cut free. Addrcs Sitinaon A Co.. 1'oitUnd, Maine.
City Clerk Onice. )
CiC.ro. Ills., Dei-ember l, 1HSI. f
heakd proposal wl'l be received al this oltlce, di
rected to ihe City Council of the City of Cairo, nu
ll! .1 e'clotk p. m. of Tuesday, December li h, 18SI,
for fnrnlshiDK I he material aud doing ihe work, or
doing 'he work, necessary f,ir the construction and
reconstruction of the following sidewalka. to he re
tonalriieied of brick. t.: On the northerly ide of
Mb treet, running :17ft feet eastwardly from Walnut
street; on ihe southerly side of Mb street, running
2:? feel eastwardly irom Walnut st . ; ou weterly
'de ol Commercial avenue, feet, in front of lot tt
block 21. ci.y of Cairo; ou tbe easterly side of Pop
lar street, between 17th and IHthatreet; on the
northerly aide oi I7IU street, between Poplar atrcet
and Commercial avenue, (excepting in front of lot
;. ,i'i. il, block K. first aiidition to Cairo, a'tvady
built by lot ownorai; on the eaaterly side of Wah
Ingtou veue, l'Xt feel northward from cortiurof
Vlh street : on tin: northerly aide ol 1Mb s're.i. run
ning 'iVi fuel ct wardiy from Ccd.r stre t : on the
easterly aide of Washington venue. between lntU
ami 2nth street, mi the wotcrlv side of Wa'hihf.
tou avenue, between Jt)h and Center streets; on
the soiitliorly side of tti street, bet wet n Washing
ton avi'tme and l'oi!ar street
'l o be re ron-tructed of w,hmI, vir : On the north
erly side of Pnli street, between Washington ave
nue and Poplar street: on the westerly side of Wal
nut street, between llth and llth sirens: on the
easterly aide of Walnut atreet. bvlwvvu llth aud
I '.'lb streets; on Ihe northerly side ol Mb atrec'. be
twfccu Commercial avenue aud Washington avenue;
on the noriherly aide of 5lh street, rn lining lrifeel
westerly from S ashlngton venn-: on Ihe souiber
Iv side of Mb aireet. runullig li fe-t we.turlv from
Waaliiugton avenue; on the caatcrly aide of "Wash
ington avenue, between Mb aud hlb streets ; on the
westerly side ol Commercial avenue, helweeu ,'tinli
and sire.'!'; ou the uoriherly aide of tstb atreet.
ruBtiliig .Ti'i feet from I'o'i'ar street towards Com
mercial avenue; on thcsnutherivsideot 7tba'reel.
between Conimerelal avenue and Poplar street: ou
the northerly side of l.'l li street, rniining 'iio feet
wceier.y fiom Walnut street; ou the somberly aide
of ltub street, betweeu Commercll ivtine and
Poplar tret:onthe loutberly aide of Division
street, between Poplar street ami Washington ave
nue To Le Constructed of wood: On the eaaterly side
of I'oplar street, between 'iMh and '.Tib atrecis; on
the northerly aide of 17th aireet. between Washing
ton aven'ie and Walnut a'reet; and on the easterly
lde of Syctmure aireet. from V;d street to :!f.fi
As provided by n'dlnaui e No 7s, approved No
vemiier.td, 1SS1; wb th Is ou Hie In this ofllce. and
ub)ect to examtnaiion t any lliuo. TherlTbt't
reject any nd til bids reserved by the City.
D.J. Kol.KV.i'itv Ork. '
tint fatklauM farts w, rruraat, rmkl, LaaUaa .
Slkrl.raL Kran lur HknitU, . I.
Ginger, liuchu, Mandrake, btillingia and many
if iba ni mediane known are combined in Pa-'
KaR'sGll'riiiRToNiC.inloaniedicineof inch vJ
ncl ani eneciivepnwer,aiomaae ii ine?rcici.
Jllood I'unlrr and Liver Kcgulator and the
Beat Health A Ktrath Beitorer Krer Tied.,
' It cure Uyapeptu, Rheumatitin, Neuralgia.'
slctplcttneaa, and all disease of the Stomachy
liewels, Luna, I iver and Kidneys.
Keinembrl Thi Tonic it th Best Family
Mtdicineever nude, and i. entirely different ;frin '
Hitlers, (linger Preparation, and other Tonics, a
it never intoxicaleaDiitcuresdninkennesa. None,
.-nuine without aicnature of Hisrnx ft Co.. N. V '
Parker's Hair Balsam
Th. bnt anil mft
Konamlrml hair ra-
atoiar ai4 anaUM.
I IMTllOl'Sl t'JtlNTKK I" new
book, lull ol iiilormatlon. hv an old I'rluter. It I
beautifully llluatra-1 1 A f ' pie of fine Job I'rlu
ted and gives sum I ".'- IX ting. 'Ihe colnn'd
plate Is a fine feature, and worth the price of tbe
book Heed for II at nine. ,r e , i- ,
H. Whybrew, Kocheater, N . Y. f 7 IJ I h.
17 St, Clmrles Mreel, Sf. Louis, Mo.
. I .....I - f S,..,!!..,,! ....ii.., ,,.
(onar luoatmt than any itHr J'liii-mn lo hi Umla.aa
....I ..II aI., ....!., I.n..u. R.rv.l.lli.
OonorrhaiivOloot jBtricture.Orelntla. Hupim-o.nll
Onnary Byphllitlo or MercuriHl Affoetion of
Throat, 8k In or Bonn cured hnfl j, I rlvniriy.
Spermntorrbaa.Bexuiel Debility and Impotency
aa th. rm.nll.if KhII-AIiumi, sniunl icmw In mnlurar
MHra.ornK.r brnlnvfork, piiMliu'inaD.rvuiianma.saniin.
al amlaalooa, dablllty, dlmn.uiaii(alaht,drM'tlra mem
nry, phyaleal dace, avaralon to eix-letr contusion of
Plana. Inaaof saiual powar.nleht loaKM.rendeiiDK mar.
rlaimlmpropire parmanaDtlreiirwl. tJonsulliitloii
atotfio or by mall irm and loflted. Pamchlet on.
atnmp. Medicine nnt br mall or eprss. Cnraa
i in. ini n n , r,i, iLni, n dvtii.iiib.
rm anlaeil. Whar doubt, atlata It ll
v, par, anuoi. "im.ii i ttuu.iy " s.
MAKKIAtit I f aces.
PLATES. ! UUIULI
The." hnl. stnrr. Wlt told, It la tru to Ilia, on t ha
fnllnwlnit aubjaoui Wbn mar marry, who not. wbv.
. Maiiiio.ii!. Womanhood, Phyaleal daca. Who ahnuld
miirryi how Ittaand huiinM raaylM. in-r.iel ;ir. ij
of efil.a,-r and aioaa, and "U""'"ii?'Xi:2r,'Zn
?:!.Jn?J?'n '-Vreneh read nnd annk.n.
FR EE SMSalli.? lHh,
Mnnnhialon of Lieiia, A
i-Wir the skwhI
Z .""iTrTl,l. A .lnn In Kneil.t i
rinmllv. Afemnrranii)iaf,rnra ran.ui 17 n"
A iiuae A uy dniinriat haa theiiiaiedianla. hi. Loul
(WlVa lnf,lllilHt.rharlea,Ht, Loula, Mo.
70S Chesnut 8t, 8t. Louis, Me. t old offlo.
gonllniiHa to cure Bpermatorriuwn. H-Jnilnul WmilX
uma, Impotency.Bll furtnaof Byiihllle.aonorrhiea,
Oleot, Urlunry or Bladder dlHeiwea. Jteeent eiw
onrad In a fewday. Allthn dlaeaww roaiiltlna from
ml mniu-.ww v. .- , r. ....... .- - w
.ir annsa,eieaaaoraiioa""''"''" ") lr."""? " U
madlelu.. AiMo Irae. Cbiimos ib.w. Call or writ Jf
ai .a n 1 - as.rMttmiri nnnK for twn atniTiii t-t
M A R Rl A C E C U I D E','ic,i
On. BUTTS' IHSi
.n a .i.rihMnifl msumjiB. mid itinvM m nailloiit
I Innt ftli (talMaal.
STaSaaorlh bhwd. aklo or Ikjiihs, trwii..d wilh sue.
I who are uflirlnii from the enact
J . .1 1 . 1 k. .. I O. n.
CJlviiOiiesaor mnrrlaja. permananl ly rimid.
TREATSP H "K. T IZ ST
BHlTflTinijniiXi. FHBB aat lal.
7 T.A -a ......it- MSa at,wtr1 ht (iAllnU dailrinaT Tt !
Bir'm iiUrl if m nf JdrM oit Mipllcalloa. . ..
tunimuokHiinMlrTctly rtMifliltinUil, and huuU bttMrtMM