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PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Loss of ftPPPtjtojNaugit,bowiU eostl ve
Pain in thePeft J,wft& a iiffl tiiwtionln
the back partial n under the shoulder
blade, f ulln eaa after ea n r-K, with disin
clination to exertionof body or mind,
I rr it a bili to f terraperpCow spinta. Loss
ofniemoijwith a feeling of having neg
lected some cfutj", wearinesa, Dlraiheaa,
i'lutte'rinfroir the H eart, Dota before th
e"y esTY ellowli k'tnTMeadache ftestfega
peas at nightrKghTyTblored Urine.
U THESE WlEiraiOS ARE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES W!U SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TUTTS FILLS " especially adapted to
audi casea.otie dose effects suchm hauga
of feeling an to astonish the sufferer.
They Iiirrrnx- the Api-rlll. and cause the
body to Tnlt op Flrali. thus ( system la
nourlaiird.andhy ilielrToiileAclionou the
llKilUf- ttmaBu, lU-aulnr kuiola arepru
dueed. price i cenlH. aMnrrjM.,N.l.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE,
Grat UAiRorWiiiFKKRs changed toaOLoesv
Black by a slnirle application nf HiisDyk. It
Imparls a natural color, acts InstHimneoujly.
Bold by Vru!k'ito r aeut y n press on receipt of l.
Office, 33 Murray St.. New York.
fD TTTTO UM lL al ViloahW li.ftiraMSl'w 4
IWAil ItmliiU will ba 114 FKI.B plkatfca.P
Spntlna, Iltirns, Sralda. Bmliea, Sore
ni'NN, Klienmat ltni, Hulls, 1 leer. Old
ftorrx. Toothache, lieadarhe. Son
- Xliroat, A a tti ma, HiiarNruea,
JTRITf D. TTLTOX, D. P., Brooklyn, K. T.
"IroTiiiR ltwlf to bo a nnoenaity in our home."
P. 1. WfcNTLUVKLT, M. I)., Naehyille, Tnnn.
" Ilava tiled larp e quaatitka of POND'S EXT1LACT
in my vnctien."
Bra. S. 1. .MK'Oai). Matron, ITomeof DeoUtute
Children. " We ud it moat efflcaoiona and use
ful." Caution. rOXD'8 EXTRACT Is sold only in
botUea with the name blown in the glusa.
tf It ia untuife to nne other articles with otir
directions. Insist on having POND S EXT11ACT.
Sefuae all iiuitationi and atibstitutoa,
BPEfTAL PREPARATIONS OF POND'S EX.
l'BACT COMBINED WITH TITE Pl'REST
AND MOST I1'XI0ATK l'ERFL'ilfjj
FOR tADW POCHOIR.
TOXD'R EXTRACT GOc, J1.00 and 11.75
Toilet t reaiu 1.00
Lin Salve 'J5
Toilet Soap (3 cakei) AO
t xtarrn lure ia
InhalorlOlafls 60c.) 1.00
sl SyrlDt-e H
Dedirated Paper... Si
Orders amonnting to ?5 worth. aout oxpraaa froo
on receipt of money or P. O. order.
fir Ova. New Pamphlet wm niimnY or ocn
PBCl'AJUTIONa, 8k-t FREE oh aitucatioh 10
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
14 W. 14th Bt., New Tots.
Who Trant glossy, laxoriant
and wavy trosscs of abundant,
beantifal II air mnst nso
LYON'S KAT1LAIR0N. This
elegant, cheap article always
makes the Hair grow freely
and fast, keeps it from falling
out, arrests and cures gray
ncss, removes dandruff and
itching, makes the Hair
strong, giving it a curling
tendency and keeping it ia
any desired position. Beau
tiful, healthy Hair is the sure
result of using Kathairon,
If yon are differing with Kenrvui Uehllltj or
any dieeaae or aymptom, wearing on body or
mind, causing jon to feel elootny, dunpundent
anrons, timid, fuwtlui ot unlll fur baalneM.
o matter what may have been the orlirinal
cans, of your rtineane or rymptoms, or to whom
yon have applied fur help wlttmm getting relief,
yon can be cun-d of all your dinarocablo symp
loms, and fully teslored to perfect phyxlcai health
In the shortest poxsible t'.siu. Iiavlim during the
pat twenty-five yearn ninde the study and treat
mentor diseases of the Mind and Nerroaa 8ytsa
a specialty, and having cured suoh a large num
ber of eases, many of whom (after expending
hundreds ol dollar) bad been given up as in
curable, we now oiler our services and treatment
to the afflicted at price within their reach. Con
anltatlon either personally or by letter free and
eonfldeatlal. Patient at u d I limes by (riving a
statement of their cane, or by anFwurlniquestlons
(which will be sunt to any addreM on recotpt of
sump to prepay poiuee)cau bo treated as well
by letter aa at ofllce. We prepare and furnish to
batieuts oar own medicine. Address
MADlbON DISl'KNSAUY, isul South Clark 8U
In hosts of families llo.lettcrs Hlomach Bittnrs
is as mr; Teanira as a household necessity as su
var or coiiee. J ha ruasun of iiit i. itim ... n
, eiperlutica beys pruvnd it tn bs perfectly rollable in
theao cases of enierirunry where a prompt find eon
Tmont remwly Isrti.maiided. Cuusllpiitlon, liver
VVni)IIBlul. MJlruri. iuuichuou SHd UtUUf UOUO'
les are overcome tiv. It.
roraalo by all drrtpijlsls and dealers, to whom an-
(klli ,. f f Jtllt lit flSt A UllSliai r..m. '
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MORNING DECEMBER
rv.ii iii.Mnul tir rrtiiral ner week 1
ii. m.n itn trivivtiMtl ant Tuajr 10 00
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t'oaiaue in ail canon prepaia.
Ftrcttnfcrtlon. pur aqnare 1 1 w
iheeaueuttueertlona, poraquare .
r,r nnt WiH'Ic. IHir UllllU'0 5 "o
V in.Ti! notice 100
O'silaarii i and n'Kolutiom panted bj ocltlol
ton eetita per lino.
Uvatha and marnatf free
V.rti tnmTUon. ner aana.. II 3,1
S.iUeautnt tntertiou 0U
(tlKlit nuea 01 aoiio nonpan'ii cimiiiumDiiii
nunii. oil Hcivertiaunwnt will bo chanted acCAird
in' to trie epace ocenpica, ai anuvv ric ii"i Mi
" r . 4 . .-J a .... .1 k.
ni' iwelye nnee ot aoua type to me men.
Ti. i-ini r mlvfr! aura wa o tlor BQDenor inuum
mi n both a to rat or enarea ana uiwuur ui
i.iylng their fayor..
a . v..irinn..r Aiivurtlntni! Bureau. (10 Spruce
Th rtRiier mY ne lonna oo nir m ru. . wwi
itroei";heie ad ertislnn eontracta may be made
I t It in Hew Yoix.
r....mnn jitinM nnnn nnniecifioi irenerBi luiorvsi
to the public are at all tlinee acceptable. Kojecwa
m 'Utiecnpia win noi oe reiurnru.
Lettereaac commnnicationiiaouio no aurw
K. A. Pomett Cairo Ullnon "
Playing Fast and Loose.
A man nonin;; tlto forties playini;
fast and loose with tlie nfl'cctions of a
yotinsr pfirl, who nalurallv relies upon
a vHUijjer and loss responsible admirer,
is'culpahlo to i he la-( ucroe. Ho trives
the girl reason to believe that she holds
the chief place in hi heart. He claims
Iho ri'lit to her sooiety to the exclusion
of all her other uiale acquaintances,
and yet he is not disposo.l to make a
propositi of marringR. He alternates
between devoted attention and exasper
utiiifr coldness; yet he expects from her
loyalty-, but he demands that she shall
bo content witii fickleness. What can
a ojrl do when placed in this trying
situation? Her lover nfay be merely
niuusii'g himself at her expense. Ho
mav be trying to se if he can win her
heart, without any idea of giving his
in exchange for it. It gratifies his
vanity to make the conquest Or ,ho
may be a modest, diffident fellow, who
is nevor sure whether ho has succeeded
in winning the affection for which ho
longs. Perhaps, too, he may bo too
timid to take the plunge into matrimony,
or ho may be a characterless fellow,
who can never make up his mind wheth
er he is in love or not lie likes to
dawdle about women, but is incapable
of manly affection and manly (williug-
tmss to assume resoonsibiiities. lie is
ready enough to keep company with
the p-irl. is reallv very dependent on
her society, and yet is very cowardly
about oroi)osiu2 to make her "is wife.
So bo plavs fast and loose with hor af
fections-and keens her in sad suspense
Perhaps ho cannot afford to marry; but
in that case he oucrht lo say so at once.
There is therefore but one course left
onen to her: sho should give up her dil-
atorv lover: ho is not worth a thought
Let all girls bear in mind t hat the men
worth inarrving. those who actually
mean serious business and not flirtation
nierelv. when tiiey keen company with
maidens do not conceal from them that
they &ix iu love ami thai jnarmgo is
their pnrpoto. IJtit no not mistaHo miii
nle politoneis for anient affection. A
man may like a girl's society ud yet
not bo iii love with her. and have no in-
tciition of .seeking her for a wifo.
A Comedian's Buss.
No comedian upon tho English, stage
ever had more friends lhan had Shuter,
and yet he was an eccentric genius;
strong-headed and wilful; a man who
would rather tako a plunge into the
river lu jnid-wiuter than acknowledge
himself in error. Onco upon a time
Shuter had a directly and unmistak
ably insulted his tuidienco that they de
manded an apology from him.
"An apology! An apology!" was
shouted, from pit to gallery; but he
swept the houso with a doliuut look, jmd
left the si age.
Ho had left tho principal female
character on tho boards behind him,
and tho Judy struggled hard Jto go on
with her pari; but tho audience would
not listen. Nothing would do at that
moment but an apology from tho of
fending favorite, and they wcro determ
ined to have, it And they called for
Tho actress, now tho solo occupant of
tho stage, stepped toward the footlights
and raised her hands imploringly to the
excited, turbulent mass, lint Uiey would
not heod. They shouted louder and
"No! no! Shuter! IZIiuterl"
At thai juncture tho ineorrlglo come
dian enmo upon tho stugo at a bound,
his mobile f .ieo the very pictnro of agon
ized terror, and leaped toward tho sup
plicating ue tress, with Ids hands also
O! no! no! no! Do not shoot her.
It is monstrous monstrous! H you
must blame any body, let your blame
rest on mo. Spare this good lady, I
And as ho profoundly lowed to the
fuidionco a storm of applause burst
forth, telling very plainly that he was
Hald by a Tiger's Paw.
John Crane, a lad of ten years, will
hereafter bi cautious as to how to in
dulge his curiosity. He was anxious to
see the animals of a circus In Port
Jervis, and climbed up tho side of tho
He plitced his hand on (lie floor of the
cago. when a tiger laid his huge paw on
the boy's hand and held it. .
In this position the lad was suspend-.
cd, and while so, tho tiger thrust his
open jaws out to within a fow inches
of the child's faoo. Tho crowds who
witnessed this oecurrenco wore Jgroatly
Hut lu a moment tho animal loosened
Ids grip, and tho boy, limp with terror,
dropped to tho side of tho oar. Ho man
agml to walk to tho doctor's olllto, where
, Blood had flowed freely, and tho lad's
face as wull tig hands wero covered.
Tho doctor took tho terror-strlekou
child to Ids home, and dressed Ids hand,
which was badly lHCoruted ty the tier's
terrible claws. . ..... ' ... '1
UNMKB AI.l) OTHER HAIB DRESSINGS,
is the best for promoting the growth of and
beautifying the hair, and rendering it darn
and irlossv. The t'ocoalno holds, in a liquid
form, a largo proportion of doodomed Co-
coariut Oil, prepared expressly tor mis pur
pose. No other compound possesses tm
peculiar properties wmcn bo cxacuy buu
the various conditions of the human hair.
Tlie superiority vi jjuihuhd ituhu(.
Extracts consists in their perfect purity and
Mv Good Woman. '
why are you so out of sorts, never . able to
tell folks that you are well? Ton to one it's
all caused in the first place uy namtuai con
stipation, which no doubt finally caused
deranged kidneys and liver, llie sure cure
for constipation is tho celebrated KIDNEY
WOUT. It is also a speciuc remedy tor an
kidney and liver diseases. Thousands are
cured by it every month. Try it at once.
ThoTScotcb. Woman's Eggs,
Tho Scotch peasant is an honest, self
respecting body, who asks no favor
which lie does not deserve, and will
stand no nonsense. An Englishman,
whose circumstances compelled him to
live frugally, oneo took lodgings in a
Scotch village. An old woman, who
kept hens, supplied him with new-laid
eggs at twelve for ft shilling,, bringing
them to his lodging-
The Englishman, not knowing tho
Scotch character, thought to got four
teen eggs for a shilling. One day, he
informed the "gudo wife" tht t as her
hens were doing so well, he should ex
pect her to bring him fourteen eggs for
Lis twelve pence.
In an instant, tlie old woman's pride
in her good name as an honest hen-wife
was aroused. Offended she cut off the
Englishman's supplies. Uu sought her
at her stand in the market and tried to
re-establish himself as a customer. It
Diuua vo fash, mister," she replied;
"ye ha nae niairo' my bin's eggs. They
shall nac tak' the trouble to lay' 'em
for fourteen a shilling, laddie If ye
maun hao cheap eggs, mon, lay 'em
The Englishman departed sadder
tuan, but w.ser in understanding Scotch
tm - sw
A scientist says that a traveler, who
could make the circuit of the earth " in
eighty days, would need twenty-four
vears" for his journey around tho sun.
That settles it. Wo shall not attempt
the latter journey. Twenty-four year
is too long to be away from homo, with
the meter registering gas all tho same
as if it were burned every night
Piles! Piles J J Piles!!!
A SURE CCRE FOUND AT LAST. KO OK KF.ED
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 30 years standing.
No ouo need sutler live minutes alter apply,
ins this wonderful soothing medicino
Lotions, Instruments and Electuaries do
more harm than good. William s Oint
ment absorbs the tumors, allays the intense
itching (particularly at night after getting
wari 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. Cofunberry, of
Cleveland, says about Dr. William's Indian
pile Oiutnient: "I have used scores of
pile cures, and it affords me pleasure to say
that I have never found anything which
gavo such immediate and permanent relief
as Dr. William's Indian Pile OinUnent."
For solo by all druggists, .or mailed on
receipl of price $1.00.
Frank 8.IIexry& Co.,
Solo Prop's, Cleveland, O.
For sale by Geo. E. O'iiaua, Druggis.
To all who are suffering from tho errors
and induerctions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, Joss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will euro you, tree
of charge. This great remedy .'60 discov
ered by a missionary in South America.;
Stind a eelt addressed envelope to rno itev.
Joseph T. Ionian, Station D, New York
Gemmed With Pearls. '
A mouth gemmed with pearls Cashes
radiance every time it opens. The contrast
between tho ruby of lovely lips and tho
pearly teeth they enclosed has winged tno
fancy of unify a poet. SOZODONT, fair
ones, is the tjnng that most contnoua's to
adorn the feminine mouth. It ispuro it is
aromatic, it retains thenatural color of teeth
incrusted with yellow tartar. No gritty or
other objectionable ingredient contaminates
it, its odor is balmy, nnd its purifying opera
JDun't Throw I'p tho Sponge.
When suffering humanity are enduring
the horrors' of dyspepsia, indigestion or
nervous and general debility, they are too
often inclined to throw up tho sponge and
resign themselves to fate. We Bay, doo'J
do it, 1 ake Burdock Blood Bitters the un
Price 11.00, trial size 10 cents. Paul 0.
When .There's a Will There'H a Way
Anyone who has tho will to try Thomas'
Eoletrlc Oil will surely find the way to
robust heal til, iu cases of broncninl affec
tions, Moro throat, paiuu, etc,; and as an in
ternal ic.mo.dy, it is invaluable, 'aul G.
Jno. Bacon, Laporte, Ind., writes: ''Your
'Spring Blossom' is all you cracked it up
to bo. My dyspepsia has all vanished ; why
don't you advertise it; what allowance will
vou make if I tako a dozen Dottles, so mat
I could oblige my mends occasionaityi
Priro 00 cents, trial bottles 10 cts. Paul
O. Schuh, Agent.
Proof PonUIvo, ' '
Wo have tho most positive and convinc
Ing proof Umt Thomas' Kclootrlo . Oil is a
moat effectual specific Tor bodily pain. In
cases of rheumatism and neumlnia.it gives
i Instant tollef. Paul O. Bohuh, Agent.
Tim beauty and color of tho hair may bo
safely regained by using Parker's Hair
Iklsam, which is much admired for Its
perfume, clearlfhess and dandruff eradicat
A NABAli iNJECToii free with each bottie
of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 60
Inflamed eyes and eyolidi
cured by Roman Eye Balsam.
Agt, 372 Pearl StyN. Y. Uty.
Nearly all tho ills that afflict mankind
can be prevented and cured by keeping the
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. Scesdvertisement.
'Hackmetack,' a lasting and fragrant per
fume. Price 23 and 50 cents. 13
Messrs. R. Hewitt & Co.. corner of
Eighth street andUhio levee, will open on
Thursday, 10th inst., with a full assortment
of Baltimore and New Orleans oysters in
bulk and cans, also fresh and salt water
fish of various kinds; and hopo by careful
attention to merit a continuance of their last
seasons patronage, and of such others who
delight in choice goods at low prices.
Siiium's Cure will immediately relievo
Croup, Whooping cough and JSron
Send tor circular ot new stylo of Hopper
Scale with Leveling attachment. Borden,
Sellrck & Co.. St. Louis. (2)
Dr. Ki.ink'h Great Nerve Restorer is tho
marvel of tho aire for all Nerve Diseases
All fits stunned free. Send to 031 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Per.n.
For DvspKrsiA and Liver Complaint,
you will have printed guarantee on every
bottle of Shiloh's Vitalizor. It never
AixdniL'irist should have "DR. &YKES'
SURE CUKE FOR CATARRH" and "At
mcspheric Insufflator," butif they have not
vou can send direct to tlm doctor, HI'J Ma
dison st.. Chicago, for them. Catarrh has
at labt found a master.
SuiLoi s Catarrh Remedy a positive
CuUnh, Diptheria and
The immediately bt-neliciil ettVcts fol
lowing the use of FELLOWS' HYPO
PHOSPHITES in those cases of emaciation
and weakness produced by long illness,
whether from pulmonary diseases or fevers,
prove its tonic virtues and its value in ac
celerating digestion and assimilation,
The Rev. Geo. H. Thayer, of Bourbon,
Ind., says: '"Both myself and wife owe
our lives to Shiloh's Consumption Cure. 9
Love Your Neighbor .
When your friend or neighbor is labor
ing under bodily affliction, tudigMion, bil
iousness, constipation, caused by impurity
of the blood, or disorders of the kidneys or
liver, don't tail to recommend BURDOCK
BLOOD BITTERS, a sure and safe remedy.
Price $1.00. trial size 10 cents. Paul G.
No such Woi d a.s Fail.
"I have used your SpRING BLOSSOM
for dyspepsia, headach, and constipation,
and lind it bus done me a great deal of good.
I shall recommend it to my friends."
May 24th. 00 Main St.. Buffalo.
Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cts. Paul
,G. fichiib, Agent.
Ark you made miserable by Indigestion
Constipation, Dizziness., Loss of Appetite,
Yellow Skin? Shiloh's Vitalizor is a posi
tiro cure. 10
A Cough, Cold of Sore Throat
should be stopped, ixeglect frequentl re
sults in an Incurable Lung disease or on
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder tho stomach like cough syrups
and balsams, but act directly on the inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma. Bronchitis, Gouifhs, Catarrh, and
tho Throt Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches havo been
recommended by physicians, and always
give period satistaction. Having neon
tested by wide and corjsjsot use fpr nearly
an entire generation, they havo attained
well-merited rank among tho few staple
remedies of the ngef. Sold at 25 cents a
Why wim. yoo cough when Shiloh's
Cure will give immediate relief. Price
10 cents, 50 cents und $1. 11
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. $1. 5 for $3. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, HlG First Ave, Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Go to Paul G. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman'B
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are unequaled. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German. Prico 15 cents.
Worontlmiotonct nsPolicitors forratents,Cawntii,
'1'rotlti Murks, Copyrlirlit. eto., fortlio United Httttcs,
Ciinuiln, (:iilut. Knirlnnd, France, Germany, ote. We
bimilmd thirty-live iearxprlne.
Vatetitaolilnliifd UinmKh us are imUeed In theRC
Untiho AMtoucArf ThlsltiriW and splmulUl lllus
tmte.1 weekly pniier, $ 3 .'iO a yonr.Hhows lh Prorrress
tf Holmire, Is very luUirvallntt.Jiuil has L" enormous
circulation. Address MUNN CO., Patent Solici
tors, mill's. Of HlJU NTIKKI AMKRICAIt, 87Park IloWt
Hew York. ItuiKtnonknboutl'iiUmtsfrtMt.
Or". IflJ R. t.a ,. V.Yf.MV J- nx'.
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 Paint
No Prer,ftrfttl,'"' on artn eiua' Pt- J Armas Oil U
a , uri, !! and rlirap External llomedy.
A trial entails but tho eoniparative'y trl:llii(r outlay
of BO On In, and every one uf!ritiK with pain
can have cheap and positive proof of it claim.
DlrectioM in Eleven Languages.
80LD BT ALL DIITJ00IST8 AND DEALERS II
A.VOGELER & CO.,
utHvwru Jtfdw f7- S-
Such as Consumption, Rroncliitif, As'hms. Gener
al Dohlluy, bnmi Ktliaiinioii, t liroi.l- fen
etipatlon, Chronic Oisirho a, Dyspepsia
Or Lous of Nervous Power,
Are positively cnrcil by Kellewa' Compound Syrup
of llypophosphiti'N. '
As phosphorus enti.r so larizely Into the animal
economy, It becomes l-sr exceuam-e me ncsi veai
riu ulib wiilch to anrwlsie the other vitmi.ici in
credlenta of healthy blood, riurve and mui-cle. In
Fellows' Syrup of ilvpophoripliites are comblnitd
all the substance necessary to insure robust he altli
and whereas it was invi.-ntwl with a view to supply
every di-flcicncy, it c-rtuiuly has brrformcd souju
Matichepter. N. H , June 1, 1W).
Mr. James I. Fellows: Dear hir-l wish lo ark
noivledtfe the freiit bcnifit I have r celvid from tb
ue of Fellows' Compound yrup of llypoj.hos
phltes. I have benn sn mvnlld fur marly two years
wjth a broueh al affection that hs'l become chronic.
In tuelrt ) o lgTS 1 hinl a physician eiirhty Uaj s in
succession., besplus thu counsel of several i.thers.
'l'bey (!aie ni but Itttlo em our n;t merit, some if
them none. L.un juiy i wa aiivisea to give your
rerneuy a trial. 1 did o, anu 111 less tnsii tuie woea
thero was a marked improvement for the better. 1
lisve continued Us ue fruu that tlnieutitll the
firesent, improvinn all t' e lime, una i ran iriniiMii
y say that i am more than s htu.iln (1 p r cent bet
tcrthitn when I commenced It" use. I have increaa
ed in weight aliont lifietu pnumls, ai d my couL'b,
which was learfu . hiis ro srlv ill U'Pcarul. i tie-
lleve had it not buvii lor your Syrup, 1 should ere
Ibis have heiyi beyond the cares oi nn.
Very Irti f vuu. VI. lit (I MiMtl
tir Da not he deceived hv remedies benrltii'a
Similar name; no other prej a alloulsa siibsliiute
for this, nnder suy circumsmnros.
FOR SALE UY Dl:t'GQl!jTS.
G R A YS SPECI FIC M KDICIN E.
TRADE M&RK. The Great Enir-
llsh remedy. An
unfailing cire for
potelice and all
ilisea cs thai folow
Kfl s Menncnrc
Of Seir-ahllsei &Kh'?Sl!$
more l ITZ Tekina
dimness of vision, premature old aire, 'id msny
other diseases that lead to ihsanltv,. consnutption
or a jiromature (Tsvo. '
rrKull particulars In our pamphlet, which wo
duslae to send free bv insil to everyone. HCThe
(tpuclrlc Mudlclne i sold hvall drui:t'lHt at (1 tier
pacaaee, or six pacitnees lor f or will tie sent tree
ov man on receipi oi mu money, nv annrcssinir.
llltt UKAl jur.oiCl.K CO.,
lli rrau), N. Y.
Hold in Cairo hv Paul hrhnh.
N Till UTy DAY'S TRIAL.
We wil 1 send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro-Volt
1" Uults and other Electric Appliances on trial tor
W dsys to yoitnir rn-'n aau oilier persons aflllctod
with Nervous Debility. Lout Itality, etc., (niaian
teelriir speedy relief and compile, restoratl in oi
vlijor and manhood, Also fur Rheumatism, Ned
raleia. Paralysis, Liver and Kldi.ey dilllcultles
Ruptures, and ninny other diseases. Illustrated
pamphlet sent free. Address Voltaic Uelt Co
Marshall, Mich. -ndec'HI yl
urvuv ll A T Tin A V"
inii n n.u uu 1 11.1.
A New and Coinpicio Hotel, fronting on Lcvco
necouu auu loiuronu Bli'euiK,
Tb PassonKer Depot of tho ('hlrntro, St. Lotils
W .tew Orleans: Illinois I'enlrHl; WabaslP, HI
.'' . It......,-, f t I.I. I
J.OU1S ann luc.iiic, iron .uumiinin pun n'MiuierD
Mobllu and Ohio: Cain and HI. Louis Railway
are all Just across tho street: while tho Sjeatuboat
Lalidlnu is Imt one square dieliint,
Tills lintel is heated hv steam, has Stnnm
Laundry, Hydraulic Klovulor, Klectrlc Call Hulls.
Automatic fire-Alarms. Baths, absolutely pure air,
period sewerage and complete appointments.
Buperb furmshlnnsi porfuct setvicoj and an un
Ii. P. PAIlItrCH Ac OO..Titis(si
business now beforothepublle
Yon can make money faster at
work for us than al anything
e'su. Capltsl not needed. We
will slnrt yon. "i' a nay nnd
lit'viirils made at home by the
Icdtistrlons mon, women, boys ami gin ; wantud ov
erywhero to work for us. Now is tho time. Yon
can work in sparo time only or give your whole tlmo
to the business. Yonean live at home and do the
work. No other business will pay you nearly as
wull. No one can fall to mko enormous pay by
oimafflng atonoo. Costly out 0t and tilrms rruo.
Monov made rest, easily and honorably. Address
True Co. , Augusta. Malno.-10-oO.
HAVE BEEN IMITATED,
And thoir oxoollont roputation in
jurod by worthless imitatiorjB. The
Fublio aro cautioned against buy
ing Flastors having sihiilar sound
ing names. Soo that tho word
C-A-P-C-I N-E is oorroctly spellod.
Are the only improvement ever
mado in Flastors.
One is worth moro than a dozon
of any othor kind.
Will positively cure whoro othor
remedies will not oven relieve.
Prico 25 cents.
Beware of choap Plasters made
with lead poisons.
SEABURY A JOHNSON,
, Manufacturing Chemists, Nsw York,
M'HR KF..UEOY AT LAST. PrirsvDete.
A MEAD'S Msdlcittd CORN and BUNION PLASTER,
f L THE
Dr. Pock's Artificial Ear Drums
pkhs-kctly Btvroni: tiik iiRtBixa
and iierfuim tli work of this .lurul Drain.
Alwuv. in pomiuu, Isal Invlalblr lo olhora.
All ttuversalii.n aud evou wnloH-r beard 4 s
tliu-Uv. Ws nttr lo thaw sstsf tbtsi. Kn1 fix
deserlptlve rueular Willi testimonial Addraaa,
E. P. 2C PECK t CO.. Uraadway, New I'srk.
, " ' '" "1
week In vonr own town. $S cat
1 free. So risk, c ry'sing new, Ui
I 1 1"114' "ot rejnlrel, w wia furnish y
I 1 1 leverytbing Many are making 1
w v tunes. Ladles make as mneh ss m.i..
and hoys and girls make grtat pa
Header, if yon want a husiuysset which yon
make great pav all the time you work, write forpl
titulars to II. Helk'tl4Co.,l,or.Uti d, Maine. a?
Cauk), Ills., Decvmber 10. lSrillj
The regular annual meeting of the stockholder,
or the l ty atlniial liana oi I siro. t' thepurp
of electing seven dlrecttirs will be held at the ol
of said bank, in Ibis city, on Tuecday, January
iwi. rolls open at lo o ciocx a. m , and dote a
o'clo k p. m , of said day. t
THUS. W. II ALLIDAV, Cashier
To Provide For
Uun A IL Vantift atssniriaffiw SaxtnLa nf i l rt a f '
srvuw J V as v siaut ft m ivt wm f " s ia A. 1
you will he sure to w ant for your children.
J J0 a year. The best. larg. st arm most fully II.
tratcd Magazine in the world for vour.g people.
HA15YLAN 1 k
The baby's own Magazine, more charming thin,
er U fore. Only fr ti-nts a v ar
I. MILK KOLKS' LEADER.
A dell('!it;il and refilled MmiDilv, (orpub'icV
PrUupB schools and homes. T5 cents a )vr.
THE PAIN'S Y.
An Illustrated Weekly (or young pople edlfcf.
Mrs. (i. It. Aldcn (i'snyi, espctlallr adspied
Sniiday reading. 50ccr.'t a ysr. Address D
throp A Co., i'i Frankiin st , liostou, Mast. (,
Ir.Slmtoif i Asikm&Iwmedj (iilRFn I
is ntMHinaled as a positive B.IMBil 1
Altoralive and Curs for U(JllllsV-t
Asthma and Syscep:'.!,'
and all tbelr attendant evils. Itdopa not merel,
afford temporary rlief, but l a pnuaieut cuk
Mrs ll. K. Ie.of Pel more, O.. says of It: " I
Hn-firUKl at the tjstJy ifir't 0 ymr r-mcjy. It i
Utt Artt mriluint in lix i'ni l Wei Ans tooJcrwi ti
twihh nri'l fwKle STTwiorai'm tmy. I now tUrp t
nuh) wunoid aiuuhinf)." If your druirnl! doaan ,
keep it. aeua for treatise anM tiitmnuiiais to
II. I. K. I'M M 0-
SU Uraudnay, ftew
MUTUAL All) SOCIETY.
UREKA I EUREKA!!
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE ISsf
ANCE CUM PAMEs.
WIDOWS' & OKrilANS;
Mutual Aid SociE't
Organlietl Julv 1 Uh, 1877,1'nrter the LatJ
the State of Illinois. Copyrighted Jail
0, 1877, Sutler Art of Con grt a.
p. . scmin i Ptei
C. T. ItL'DD ....Vice Pre
.f a cm.nsTiNE Tre
J. J.OOUDON Medical Ail
THOMAS LEWIS hoe
JOHN C. WHITH Assistant 8e4
L. h. THOMAS,
ft T. PITCllKk
J. C. WltlTK,
J. 8. McGAHKV. '
,em.,r, uirntinn ofwirsiKin A Bird. Will
grocers; Paul G. Heliuh. wholesale and retell
gist: UaxunLeiglitoii, commission morchiiut
8. Mr.Cluhey, lumber dealer; J. . Gordon,
ician ; . a. uoKisuiio, oi "v
Lew ls.dealorlD flour and grain ; F. 11 roes. J
dent Aleaandof County MauktG. W. Hondi,
contractor and huildin Cyrtii Close, g.J;
.,M.,i..ri II. A. Chutnhley. contractor. Cairo
ilov. J- Bpencer, clerKvman.HtLeuls, Mo.j'
Uothitne, circuit clerk, Mississippi county, C,
ton. Mo, ; J. ll. tfionre , lawvor, vonm.
1). Hlngletury, phvslclan, Arlington, Ky.t
Tarry, phvslolau, Fulton, Ky. Wm. Ilyan, fi
...... t A Ub.lnhach. msimlacturur 0
dlery.hvansvlllo, Ind. Ike i Anderson,
to stiparinienuenn.. oi. u. n y- i iou.
... fr..nn.!.l. H nuliortson. nhvslolan.
ultl.. Tw.in.l Thnmaa A. Dsbom. harness 1
llollvar.Tenn.i Wm. h. Walker, "Dills t
...i.. ....... O O Unllv Unflnml. Miss
UIIUKSs4t " '
Wholesale ana renin ury K""'l?l, . Ml t Vi J t
cr, general agent; Henry B. Kills, cltyprlntij
bopk hiuderi Chosloy lliiyn. Co ".r! J1f
vei.io, .ai.tiint .eerotHrv and solicitor: 1
BgeUtiTllomnS liOWia. w"J " owei(
law;!.. 8. Thomas, broom manufacturer; W
Itussel, contractor and l.ti Ider; 0 t, f
iv hi. l. An. j. raiiuoau;muMin i-iiiiiiij