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PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
108 of appoMte.NauBeg.bowelg costive!
Pain In tfieIIJ,witHa"ifulTeniiatibn"iu
the bact partariuiSerjthe Bhoulder
blaZe, fullriea aYtor'eating, with a disin
clination to e xertiohofbdri y or nil nd
Irritability of temper. Low npfrit, Loss
ofmeinory, with a foeffrig of navingDe'g
Iected some duty", wearinnsa, Dullness,
fluttering; pthslUeart, Dots before the
Yellow Skin, Iloadaohe", HestloBHj
cess at uightThlghljr colored urine.
IF THESE WAPtfLTTGe ABE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TU1T8 PILLS are cspp dally adapted to
uch cases, one done t'il'f rti Much a chungu
of feeling a to astonish the sufferer.
Tbey Iiirifn,lh ApMllt, and cans the
body to ThIi. on 1'lnli, thus (ho syslem I.
nourli.nr4l.ana by HH'tr Tonic Anion mi Hi.
)lv-allvr 4rK". K'irulr MuoU are pro
duced. Vrlee iSi eeix Oft niirrnt sit., S..
TUTT'S HAIR DYE,
Obat llAlRorWnwKKitH changed toaOTwa
Kui'i by a slnnl'i application uf till" Dvie. It
Imparts a natural color, wis Instantaneously,
told byllrugKinUiiur aul ny rxpreu ou recmpt of l.
Office, 35 Murray St.. New York.
CDr. Trrra Ml I'll, of Valnahlf. In'nrnaMiia tad k
UmAiI Itmlpt. fc mlM IK l: It i illratlia.y
Bpralne, Hums. Scalds, Bruise, isnre
neH, Kbriintat'iom. IIoIIh, fleer, old
orea. Toothache, Headache, More
Tltront, Asthma, llour-NcucaM,
Ac, Vc, Vc. .
JTSTTSf T. FrLTON', I. D., Brooklyn, S. Y.-
Proving iteolf to be a necessity in our homo "
P. A. WtS'l tttVIXT, JI. 1).. Nssbvillo. Tenn.
" Uavo used larpe iuautltioa of POND'S EXTRACT
in my practice."
Mm. 8. B. Str('OJlI), Matron, Home of Destitute
flhililren. "We find it most elhisucious and use
ful." Cantl fin. POND'S EXTRACT iold n.'y In
bottle with the namo blown in the gluts.
T It la unsafe to una other articles with otir
direction.. Insist on having POND'U EXTRACT.
Itsfuse all imitation, and eulmtitutos,
SPECIAL PREPARATIONS OF POND'S EX
TRACT COMBINE!) WITH THE I'DKKST
AXD MOST DELICATE I'EKFCMEd
FOB LADllia' DOCDOIB.
POVD'S ryTRtrr MV. . 1 nn .a at
Toilet Cream 1.00 I Catarrh tare 75
Up Kalre th
Tollrt Knap(3cai6) fio
Inhaler (Glocs CUo.) 1.00
sl Syrlnirs ti
Kedlcated I'aper... ib
Ordcra auounting to $5 worth. Bent express free
on receipt of money or P. O. order. ,
" Oca New Pammtlkt with Hisronr or oun
Pati-AiuTioNs, Best I'UEE oh appucation Io
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
14 VT. 14th Bt.. New To-k.
Who want glossy, luxuriant
and wavy tresses of abundant,
beautiful Hair must uso
LYON'S KATHAIR0N. This
elegant, cheap article always
makes the Hair prow freely
and fast, keeps it from falling
out, arrests and cures gray-
ncss, removes dandrutf 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 Kutliuirou,
cu,,aCAN BE CURED.BSZSSQ9
lonei, gufferlnK with NertoB. Debility or
a fi(W or symptom, wearing on body or
Wili 7 10 8'"ny desponoent,
d, furcetlnl or ntidt fur business,
r08e8 'it may have been the orlirlusl
ODlV n'J'"oa88 or symptoms, or to whom
' .l,t,wl ,tl f"rhelP without Retting relief,
Btinu-u e(j of aUI your disagreeable symn
dreRHI testored to perfect physical health
.-nmrtneoesiblu U.ne. Having daring Hit
wuuivii feM m(1Ije tQe (tl(iy M(1 tri.tl
as a O! of the Bind and FierToa. System
Otbci'8 having cured such a large num.
nar.y of w hom (after expending
no h piiUgra) tad teen given up as In-
Ned 'offer our services and treatment
inn vpi1 Pric w''bin their reach. Con
.. ' IMirsonally or by letter free and
BUllou 'atierrts at a distance by giving a
jlr case, or by snsworliiKqucstlon.
j j.Dt to any address ou ruccipt of
monuff poitaee)csn be tn atedas well
never ,flleu' . prepare aud furnish to
X" medleliifi. A(idi-os
IOVO '(SPKMbAUY, Bouth Clark BU.
Ton of Protoxide of Iron, Peruvian
. Phosphates, associated with the
Aromatic. Endorsed by the M'Ucal
, sad recommended by them for llysw
rnrrsl I-bllltT. mle ll.
.'K 4nt of VIUIUy. Xrou; Pro.
i, (entsleirrare from feTere
' 7 ironl bills and Fever. Ilsvrve
' , -lurpooa w lairu a Tunic la uocessary.
: ctarei by The Dr. Barter Medicine Co, St tooit
1 ' ' ' " ie followln It one ir the tery many teatlmo
. we are receiving dallyi
t'JmttnuHu Somttlireo month, afro 1 befran the
' ie Of UK. HAKTtK'e IKON TOMO, KIHHI Uie ad
.'Tlceof luaiiy friend, who knew lit virtue. I wai
1 suffertnarom general debility li such an extenl
thatuiy labor wasexvuedltiuly biinlunsoiuctottie.
A vacation of a month did not iilvo me much re
Uef, but on the contrary, was fullowed by In
creased prostration and .Inking chills, At tide
time 1 ban the use of your I HON Tonic, front
which 1 it-IUMi almost Imniedluui and wonderful
' result. The old energy returned and I found that
Bit natural force was not permanently abated, I
have used three bottle of (lie Tonic. Hlnce using
.. it 1 hava done twice the labor Dial I ever did In the
HIinuviiiM mi ., n Jill uiiui'ia u
fftvw i uie ereoil,
Troy, O.. Jan. 1 igra. I'sstur Christian Charch.
MM, vf wv ,iiiuji wrvr in'J TIJluru. mji
Meomalsj,elearnesor thought never before
ojoyed. If the Tonic ha. nut dime the work, I
iauw But what. 1 give it Uie credit,
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN"; SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER Ut 1881.
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B. A. Harriett Cairo Illinois "
Daring easel. .
Few will road this aiifiotloto, illustra
tive of tlio fearlessness and strength of
the ninternitl instinct, without wishing
that the lifo of tha bravo littlo animal
had beon spared. The inciilcnt oc
curred not long since upon a farm ia
A former was ploughing ono t-i his
fields, which was nearly completed, aud
was passing within" a foot or twuof tho
fence wall, when suddenly, and to the
siirprino of tho fanner, ono of the horses
became utterly frantic, and refusod to
proceed in his work.
The farmer rushed to tho horse's
head, when,' to his astonishment, ho
found that a largo weasol hud attacked
the licrso by springing upon it and fast
ening Its teeth in the animal's neck.
The farmer by a woll-dirifctod stroke
of tho reins dislodged' and killed tho
wonsel. Tho horse recovered from his
fright, and induocourso ploughing was
The cause of tho daring attack was
explained upon tye return journey,
with tho plough a breadth nearer the
wall, where at the place of attack tho
stock turned over a nest of young weas
els, the objoct of anxious- solifttudo to
tlio parent weasol.
It was tho well-grounded fear of harm
to her young that had inspired the heart
of the parent weasel to perform tho act
A Scbeme That Didn't Pan Out Well. '
'I don't know whether they do it in
tontionally or not," said young Jack
Kanebiter, thoughtfully, "but somehow
these newspapers pass around an awful
lot of unreliable information."
"How's that?'' languidly inquired his
running mate, Jim L'Ardida.
"Why, I sav in tho J'ont lnsttivook
that a poor young follow in St. Louis
borrowed an umbrella of a b.'ink presi
dent, and tlio next day roturnod it."
"Rippiu' lie, that."
"Oh. no! ho did really," continued
Kanebiter; "ho walked into the bank
tho very ntixt day and returned the um
brella. Tho president was so muoh as
tonished that ho called tho young man
back and made him his cashior at a big
"Because ho was so honest, oh?"
"Kxactly. So, you sue, as I had got
ten one of tlio first editions of tho paper,
1 thought I'd work tho same racket be
foro any of tho other boys caught on."
"So I rushod around to the Nevada
Rank and asked Louis MuLane to lend
me au umbrella. There was a direct
or's meeting going on at tho time, so I
thought I had 'em sure."
"What did old moneybags say?"
"He said, 'Why, it isu't going to rain
for a month yet. I know what I'm
about," raid 1, "just you lend me au
umbrella.' So ho told a clerk to let mo
have one, and take ten dollars for su
cuiily." "(treat Scott!"
"Rut that ain't tho worst of it When
I looked at tho umbrella, I'll bo hanged
if it wa-n't ono that MoLano bad bor
rowed from 1110 two years ago."
And then they both lit cigarettes and
mused over the utter unreliability of tho
press. 6(t n Francisco 1'usL
UNUKK ALL OTIIKH HAIIl DRESSINGS,
is the bt!Rt for promoting tho growth of and
beautifying tho hair, and rendering it dark
and glotsy. Tho (.'-ocottino holds, in a liquid
form, a large proportion of deodorized Co
coanut Oil, prepared expressly for this pur
pose. No other compound possesses tlio
peculiar properties which so exactly suit
tho various conditions of tho human hair.
Tho superiority of Burnott's Flavoring
Extracts consists in their perfect purity and
, Old-Time Travel.
In tho biography of the Into Amos
Kendal one learns the marvelous chang
es which liavo taken place in Ameri
can life during the present century.
Tho length of lit) is practically more
than doubled by the improved facilities
for travel and work. He went from
RimUm to Kentucky in 1811, and tho
journey, including twelve or fourteen
days spent in cities along the routo, oc
copied nearly two months. Tho sumo
journey can now bo made In little more
than two days.
He was four days in coing from Bos
ton to New York, which now can bo
Accomplished in soven hours' two (lavs
from New York to Philadelphia, now
gone over in two boms and a half;
three days from Philadelphia' to Wash
ington, now occupy in,' only four hours.
It cost nlno days of hard travel to
reach Pittsburgh, from Washington a
distance easily traversed to-day in nino
hours. A month was consumed in
. horse-hack travel from Pittsburgh to
Lexington, Kentucky, tho onlv ennvov
nneo men available. If travelling by
Steam had, not been introduced iu our
country, It would havn taken a largo
part of tho year for the far Western
, Congressmen to puss and repass be
I'.vcen their homes and Washing ou.
A Lady's Wlsli.
"Oh, how I do wish my skin was as clear
aod soft as yours," said a lady to her friend.
''You can easily make it so," answered the
friend. "How?" inquired tho first lady
"Hv usincr HOP BITTERS that makes nuro
rich blood and blooming health." Read of
u tj..m..: .
11. vauu uuiiuuu.
My Good Woman.
why are you so out of sorts, nover ablo to
tell folks that you are well? Ten to ono it's
all caused in the first pluco by habitual con
satipation, which nd doubt finally caused
deranged kidneys nd liver. Tbo sure cure
for constipation is the celebrated KIDNEY
WORT. It is also a specific remedy for all
kidney and liver diseases. Thousands are
curod by it every month. Try it at once.
The Earth Drying Up
There Is abundant evidence that tho
amount' of wator on the surface of tho
earth bin been, steadily diminishing fur
many thousands of years. No ono
doubts that there was a time when tho
Caspian sea communicated with tho
Black soa, and when tho Mediterranean
covered tho greater pin t of tho Desert
of Sahara. In fact, geologist tell us
that at one period the whole of tho earth
whs corerod by water, ana the fact
that continents of dry land now exist is
proof that tnero is loss water on our
globo now than there was in Its infancy.
This diminution of our supply of water
is yoing on at tho present day at a rato
so rapid as to be clearly appreciable.
Tlio rivers and smallor streams of our
Atlantic states are visibly smallor than
they were twenty-five years ago. Coun
try brooks in which men now living
were accustomed to fish and bathe iu
their boyhood, have in many cases to
tally disappoarod, not through any act
of man, but solely in consequonco of
the failure of the springs and rains
which once fed them. Tho level of the
great lakes is falling year by year.
There nro many piers oh tho shores of
lake side cities which vo-sids once ap
proached with ease, but which now
liardly reach to the edge of the wator.
Harbors are everywhere growing shal
lower. This is not 1 iu t the gradual
deposit of earth brrfuoht down by riv
ers or refuse from city sowers. Tho
harbor of Toronto has grown shallow
in spite of the fact that it has been
dredged out so that the bottom rock has
icon reached, and all thodredging that
can bo tlono to tlio hnrbor of Now York
will not permanently deepen ii. Tho
growing shallowness of tho Hudson is
more oviilent. above Albany than it is in
the tide-water region auil. liko the out
let of Lake Champlain, which was once
navigable I))' Indian canoes at all sea
sons, the Hudson is now almost bare of
water in many places during the sum
mer. Iu all other parts of tho world
there is tho samo steady 'decrease of
wator in rivers and lakes, and tho rain
fall in Europe, where scientific observa
tions are mado, is manifestly loss than
it was at a period within man's memory.
What is becoming of our waterP Obvi
ously it is not disappearing through
evaporation, for in that case rains would
give back whatever water the atmos
phere might absorb. Wo must accept
the theory that, like'tho water of the
moon, our ivntor ie sinking into tho
earth's interior. New l'orii Times.
Piles! Piles!! Piles!!!
A SlUE CUTIK FOUND AT LAST. NO ONK 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
2 chronic cases of 25 and HO years standing,
j No one need sutler five minutes after npply
j ing this wonderful soothing medicine.
Lotions, Instruments and Electuarios do
more harm than good. William's Oint
ment absorbs tbo 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 tho private parts
and nothing else.
Read what the Hon J. M. Coflinbcrry, of
Cleveland, says about Dr. William's Indian
Pile Ointment: "I have used scores of
pile cures, aud it affords me pleasure to say
that I have never found anything which
gave such immediate and permanent relief
as Dr. William's Indian Pile Ointment."
For sale by all druggists, or mailed on
receipl of price 1.00. .
Solo Prop's, Cleveland, O.
For sale by Qko. E. Q'haua, Druggis.
To all who are suffering from tho errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a reeipo that will euro you, free
of charge This great remedy was discov
ered by a missionary in South America.
Send a self addressed envelope to tho Rev.
Joseph T. Iuman, Station I), New York
(Jennned With Pearls.
A mouth gemmed with pesrls flashes
radiance every time it opens. Tho contrast
between tbo ruby of lovely lips nnd the
pearly teeth they enclosed ban winged tho
fancy of many a poet. SOZODONT, fair
ones, is the thing that most contributes to
adorn the feminine mouth. It ispuro it is
aromatic, it retains tlienaturol color of teeth
incrtibted with yellow tartar. No gritty or
other objectionable ingredient contaminates
it, itB odor is balmy, and Its purifying opera
Tue beauty and color of the hair may bo
saicly regained by using Parker's Hair
Balsam, which is much admired for its
perfume, clearliness and dondrulf eradicat
When There's a Will There's a Way.
Anyone who has tho will to try Thomas'
Ecletric Oil will surely find tho way to
robust health, incuses of bronchial affec
tions, sore throat, pains, etc.; and as an in
ternal remedy, it is invaluable. Paul O.
' Schuh, Agent.
' ' Pretty Good.
Jno.Bucon, La port e, Ind., writes: "Your
'Spring BloKsom' is all you cracked it up
to be. My dyspepsia lias all vanished ; why
dont you advertise It; who allowance will
you make if I. tako a dozen bottles, so that
I could oblige my friends occasionally?"
Price CO cents, trial bottles 10 eta. Paul
Q. Bchuu, Agent.
Neaiut all the ills that afllict 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. See advertisement.
Don't Throw Up the Sponge. ,
When suffering humanity are enduring
the horrors of dyspepsia, indigestion or
nervous and general debility, they are too
often inclined to throw up the spongo and
resign themselves to fate. We say, don't
do it. Take Burdock Blood Bitters the un
Price $1.00, trial size 10 cents. Paul G.
Schuh, Agent. ,
We have the most positive and convinc
ing proof that Thomas' Eclectric Oil is a
most effectual specific for bodily pain. In
cases of rheumatism and neuralgia it gives
instunt relief. Paul G. Schuh, Agent.
A nasal injkctou free with each botte
of Mhilou's Catarrh Remody. Price 50
Inklaved eyes and eyelids promptly
cured by Roman Eye Balsam. E. Ferret,
Agt, 872 Pearl St., N. Y. City. (2)
'Hackmetack,' a lasting and fragrant per
fume. Price 25 and 50 cents. 13
Messrs. R. Hewitt & Co., corner of
Eighth street and Ohio levee, will open on
Thursday, 10th inst., with a full assortment
of Baltimore aud Now Orleans oysters in
bulk and cans, also fresh and salt water
fish of various kinds; and hope by careful
attention to merit a continuance of their last
seasons patronage, aud of such others who
delight in choice goods at low prices.
SniLon's Cuke will immediately relieve
Croup, Whooping cough and Bron
Send tor circular of new style of Hopper
Scale with Leveling attachment. Borden,
Selleck & Co., St. Louis. (2)
D11. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is tho
runrvel of the age for all Nerve Diseases
All fits stopped free. Send to 031 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
Foil Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint,
you will have printed guarantee on every
bottle of Shiloh's Vitnlizer. It never fails
to cure. ' 15
All druggists should have "DR. SYKES'
SL RE CURE FOR CATARRH" and "At
niospheric Insufllutor," but if they have not
you can send direct to tho doctor, 169 Ma
disonst., Chicago, for them. Catarrh has
at lust found a master.
SniLon's Catahhii Remedy a positive
cure for Catarrh, Dipthcria and Canker
The immediately beneficial effects fol
lowing the use of FELLOWS' HYPO
PHOSPHITES in those cases of emaciation
and weakness produced by long illness,
whether from pulmonury diseases or fevers,
prove its tonic virtues and its value in ac
ei'leniting digestion ami assimilation.
The R:v. Oko. H. Thayer, of Bourbon
T 1 . .1 .
tun., says: "jotn myseit and wile owe
our lives to Shjloh's Consumption Cure. 0
Love Your Neighbor.
When your friend or neighbor is labor
ing under bodily affliction, indigestion, bil-
lousuess, constipation, caused by impurity
)1 the blood, or disorders of tho kidneys or
liver, don't fail to recommend BURDOCK
BLOOD BITTERS, a euro and safe remedy.
Price l,()0, trial size 10 cents. Paul G.
No such Word as Fail.
"I have used your SPRING BLOSSOM
for dyspepsia, bcudach, and constipation,
ami find it has done mo a great deal of good.
I shall recommend it to my friends."
May 21th. DO Main St., Buffalo.
Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cts. Paul
O. Schuh, Agent.
Are you made miserable by Indigestion
Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite,
Yellow Skiu? Shiloh's Vitalizer is a posi
tive euro. 10
A Cough, Cold or Sore Throat
should be stopped. Neglect frequentl re
sults in an Incurable Lung disease 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
the Throt Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
give perfect" satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant uso for nearly
an entire generation, they havo attained
well-merited rank among tho few staple
remedies of the age. Sold at 25 cents a
Why will yod . cough when Shiloh's
Curo will give immediate
10 cents, 50 cents and $1.
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous dobility, and all Tnj&Ailes's
of generative organs. 1. 6 Tor$5. All
druggists. Send for cellar to Allen's
Pharmacy, 315 First Av0l N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Brruj,
Go to Paul O. 8ch4 for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes
For brightness and
duratulity of color
ro unequaled. Color
Iroin 2 to o pound
Directions in English
and Herman. Pric
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swellinas and
, Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Foei
and tars, and all other Pains
No Preparation on earth equals Pt. Jacobs On u
t , ttre, Mimyle and chi ap tCatvrtial Ktuicdy.
A trial entails but the comramtiv-lv trinine oiiUhv
( anu r up external Kcinedy.
the comparatively trililnp outlay
of AO Cents), and every one sullt-riiig with pain
can nave cneap ana positive proor 01 its Claims,
Directions In Eleven Languages.
SOLD BT ALL DEOQ0IST8 AND DEALERS II
A.VCGELER & CO.,
lialtimnre. Jf du V. M.
WASTING DISK VHES,
Such as Consumption, Bronchitis, As'hma, Gener
al Debility. Brain hxliaustion, ( hroiiir C(u
stipHtlon, Chronic Olarruu-s, Dyspepsia
Or Ijanu of Nervoue Power,
Aro positively cured by Fcllaws' Compound byrup
As phosphorus cnier so largely into the animal
economy, it necumes par rxceiiuuce the lie.t vein
cle with which to associate the other vitalizing iu
gredients of healthy blood, nerve and mui-clc. In
Fellows' Syrup of Ilypopbosphltes are combined
all the substances necessary to Insure rubunt health
and whereas it was Invented with a view to supply
every deficiency, It certainly has performed some
Manchester. N. H., Jntie IS, lsso.
Mr. James I. Fellows: Dear SirI wish to ack
nowledge the great benefit I have reculved from the
ne of Fellows1 Compound syrup of Hypophot
pbltoB. I have been an invalid for nearly two years
wiin a nroucn ai uuection wiinau become curonic,
Iu the fa l of 187H 1 had physician eighty (lays Iu
succession,, besides the counsel of several others
They guve mo but little' encouragement, somo of
them none. Last July I was advUed to give your
remedy a trim . i uui so, ana in less man one wucK
there was a marked Improvement for the better.
have continued lis nse from that time until tbe
prepent, impruvuui; all t'-e time, and I csn truthful
ly say that I am more than a hundred pi t cent bet
ter than when I commenced Its n-e. I bavelncrcas'
ed in weight abont fif:een pounds, and my couub,
which was fearful, has marly disappeared. I be
lieve had it not been tor your Syrup, 1 should ere
this havo been beyond the care- nf life.
Very truly yours, Al.llKIiT STOUT.
l'$r" De not be deceived by remedies beailnna
similar name; no other prepa alionlsa substitute
for this, under any circumstances.
FOR SALE KY DRUGGISTS.
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TRADE MRK. Tbe Cn-at Knir-
lish remedy, Au
uulaillni; cure for
poteucv and all
ss a sequence
of eelf-Ahuse; aA
n V m i i i" ol memory. TS..rvw'
Before Tahncnniversai kssimrie i p., V I.
"natnln the Wit AtUF i UK IE 2,
dimness of vision, premature old ago, i d many
other diseases that lead to ineanltv,, consumption
or a premature rrave,
lyKllll 1 articillars in our nnmnhlvl
deelae toend frco bv mail io everyone. tiTTbe
Specific Jledlctne Is sold hvall druiri;lts at SI Per
aeKaire,.or six packages for $!, or will be sent free
v mall on receipt of the money, bv addresslne
TllK OKAY MEDICINE CO.,
u , . . , . Uukfaw, N . Y .
Sold In Cairo bv Paul Schuh.
n thirty: days TRIAL.
We Wll 1 Send Dr. Dve's Telebrntert Rli.p1
Ic Bttlts and other Electric Annlifuirpn on trinl ttr
30 days to yonnx men and other persons atlllcted
witn nervous Debility. Lost Vitality, etc., tiuaran
lenine speedy relief and complete restoration of
Vliror and manhood. Also fnr Hln.imimiurn v,.n.
nillfta. Paralysis, Liver aud Kldnev difficulties,
Rupture, and many other discuses. Illustrated
pamphlet sent freo. Address Voltaic Belt Co.,
Marshall, Mich. -ddec'Hl-vl
A Now and compicto Hotel, fronting on I.ovco
second and Railroad Htreots,
Tb Pusscniior Depot nf the Chicago. St. Lonl
ar ew Orleans: Illinois Central; Wabash, St.
Louis and Tactile; Iron Mountain and Southern;
Mobile and Ohio: Cain and St. Louis Ruilwava
are all just across the street: while the Steamboat
Land I n k Is but one square distant.
This Hotel is heated by steam, has steam
Tx.n.lK.. irUi4..,lli lLivntus. It'lui'lstr l!lltl UiiIIm
Automatic Flro-Alarm. Hal hs. absolutely pure air,
period soworaiffi and complete appointments.
Superb furnishings; porfect service; and an un
I. P. PARK F2K Ac CO.,ljnMwM
business now before. Ibepubllo
lYdu can make money faster at
work for us than at anything
o'so. Capltnl not needed. We
will start von. WIS a day and
upwards madn at home by tbe
Industrious men, women, boys and girls wanted ov
erywhero to work for us. Now Is the time. You
can work In spuro time only or give your whole time
to the business . You can live At home uud do the
work. No other business will pay you marly ns
wall.' No one can fall to make onormotis pay by
engaging at once. Costly out lit and terms fruo.
Moiiut male fast, easily aud honorably.' Add re. I
True A Co., Augusta, MalmvlO-ao. '
HAVE BEEN IMITATED,
And their excellent reputation in
Jured by worthless imitations. The
Publio aro cautioned against buy
ing Plasters having similar sound
ing names. See that tho word
C-A-P-O-I-ir-E is oorreotly spelled.
Are tho only improvement ever
made in Plasters.
Ono is worth more than a dozen
of any othor kind.
Will positively curo where other
remedies will not oven relievo.
Price 25 cents.
Eewaro of cheap Plasters made
with load poisons.
t Manufacturing Chemists, Ntw York.
AmTkk KKMKYAT LAiT. Price .
MEAD'S Medicated CORN and BUNION PLASTER.
Reader, If you want a buslny. at which yon can
make (rreat pay all the time vou work, writs'for par
ticular to 11. Uallett t Co., Por.IaLd, Maine.
ana bovs ana en make irrent na.
Cairo, Iu.., December 10, 1881 .
The reirulnr annual meelinir of tho stockholder
of the City National Bank ol Cairo, for tbepurpnse
of electing seven directors will be held at the ,fllr
of stid bank. In this city, on Tuesday, January 10,
li'J. Polls open at in o'clock a. m., and civ.e at 4
o'clo k p. m., of said day.
1UOS. W. HALLIDAY. Cashier.
To Provide For
1 1 8 8 2,
Send 5 3 cent stamp for samDle. of 4 Maeazlnu
you will h sure to want for tout children.
V lfiflo VV.wrfkf.
fl 50 year. Th best, largest tn most fully lllui
trateiTMai'asltie Iu the world for younir neoole.
The baby', own Magazine, mora charming than ev
er before. Only So cent a vear
LITTLE FOLKS' LEADER.
A doHyhtrnl and refined Monthly, for public and
private scnoois ana hornet. 75 cents t year.
TH k PAX'ftV
An illustrated Weekly lor young p-ouli tdlted by
Mrs. U. R. Alden (Pansri. esneeliill. .n .H r...
Sunday reading. 50 cents a year. Address I). Lo-
mrop t o., itt rraiiklin st , Boston, Mass.
MUTUAL All) .HOCltTV,
URfJKA I EUREKA!!
SUBSTITUTE FOR LIKE ISSUE
A'CE CUill'AMES. ,
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organised Jolv 11-th, 1877,1'uder the Laws o
the Mute of Illinois. Copyrlslited July
8, 1877, Under Aetuf Congress.
P. G. semen.
JOHN C. WHITE
KXKOUTI VIC COMM1TTKK'
T. w Clr,lia
u. n nun,
... . uv.uncii
W. F. PITCHER,
J. S. McUAUEY
HOARD OF MAN AO ICRS:
William Htratton. of Stratum a nint .i....t
Rrocers ; Paul G. Hcbub, wholesale and retail drug-
isi : uuzeu ceiuiuoD, comm ss on morchsnl !
McOubev, lumber dealer: .1. .1 ilnrrtnn hk...
lclan; J. A. tioldstlne, of Ooldstlne & Rosenwatur.
wholesale and retail dry iroods. etc; Wm. If. Piirhl
or, general agent; Hon ry II. Ellis, city printer and
noon ninuer; C'hotloy Haynes, Conner; Jno. C.
W bite, assistant secretary and solicitor! Albert
,ewls, dealer In flour and irraln: V. llrnaa. n....i.
(lent Alexander County Bank ; (1. W. Hendricks,
contractor and builder; Cvma Close, general
agent; Thomas Lewis, secrutary and attorncv at
law; b, b, i nomas, Droom manufacturer: W K
Russel, contractor and builder; C. T, Itudd
agent 0. 8t. L. N. O. rullaoad;Mcses Phllllps.rar
piinlej' H . A. Chumbley, contractor, Cairo, III..
Rev, J. Bpeucer, clergvman.Ht Iuls, Mo. I J. II,
Hothnno, circuit clerk, Mississippi county, Cbarle
ton, Mo.; J. U. Moore , lawver, Commerce, Mo.i
1). Hlngletnrv, Phvslelnn. Arllni.t..,. Kv t J w
Tarry, pbvslclan, Fulton, Kv. ; Wm. Ryan, farmor!
inurrv, v. , a. atoinbacti, maniuacturur of sad
dlerv, Eransvllle, lud.ilke AiKlenon. aer.rntar
perlntendenK;. 8t. L. & N O. railroad, Jack'
Tenn.; J. h. ir,v,ri unn. tilivulrlan. Uhltiu
vllle, Tenn.; Thomas A. Osboru, harnes maker,
Ro War, Tenn . wm. L, Walker, "plxle Adver'
tlslngAKenJ,1' Holly Bprins.Misi .
Grent chance to make mon
ey. Those who alwayrtake
advantage of tbe good chan
cet to make tnotioy that are
ollernd, generally become
Wealthy, w hile those wlmrtn
not tmptovt .neb chance remalu In poverty,. We
want many meb, women, boys and girl to work for
n light In their own localities. Any one can de
the work pioperly from tbs llrst start. Tho bust
net will par more Ihnu ten times ordinary wage.
Expensive outfit furnished free. o one who enga
ges falls to msk. money rapidly. Yon can devote
your whole time to the work, or only your spare
momon'. run information ana all that I needed
sent free. Addroia Btin.on & Co., Poitland. Main.
tt J ri a week lnvourown town. I.'i ootdt
Wl 11 free. No risk, everything new, capl
1 I 1 1 Ul not required, we wilt furnish you
fl J l llevcrytbliitf Many are making for
Ti tune Ladies make ss much at men,
i.',n.i,-..J1. j ili.:.