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THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
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SYMPTOMS OF A
Xjoss of appetM.Nausrm,bowos eoHtiye,
Parinn'tKelTtiHdiwith a dull seusnt ion in
CE'eTaeS pirtrVnlin uSaeMhe ahoulder
blBilerfullnwiiijBYterjBBtiriKi'wlth a disin
cliriitjonexbrtj)no( body or mindj
Irritiibllityj'f teinpor. Cow spirit sJLosa
of riietnoiywith a feeling of having negj
looted Home dutyTweiirineBS. Dli'.zineftM,
tluttnriniro'f tho UeiirWTJpta before tha
eyeiTYpuow BkCnJUeadacbeiT HestljMis
hbi at uijihtj higblyolorod Urine.
IF THESE WiEHISGS ABE UITHIEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES Will SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TUTTS PILLS especially n1nt rd to
such rnM't.uuc do t-llW-ts mjcIib change
of f llnC to tonlah the sulterer.
Tlitylnnviur ApM-ltts and cause tin
body to Take on f'wh. lima (he syxlem la
nourU-I.im1 by t :i ir Tonlr Amotion tha
iIv.II-Oi-kiiis tsnrulHrkl.iolaare jiro
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TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
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Hlack try a bIiikIc application of Nils Dvk. II
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IWflil tterrlpl. "HI t aiallnl HO ua aviralkia.y
m m.M mum i n u . k iJ m wm m
Sprain, Utirns. Scalds Hrultwa, sin re
lic, Khi'iiinatlMiti, lloll, I Irern, old
horia. Tool liar lie, Heartache, Sore
Tlirom, Asilmia, llnrwueH,
Ar Arc, fcr.
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In my practice."
In, K. II. JMOED, Matron, rfome of Wnstltuto
Children. " Wo find it Dioct efficacious and due
fill." raullOn.-POND S EXTRACT la sold on.'y In
bottle with the name blown in the glass.
Bjr It is unsafe to uko other articles with onr
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Ecfueo ail ImitaUons and substitutes,
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nurr co.muu.ed -with tite rcRt-rr
AND MOST DKI.TCATE PKliFCMLd
TOH LADIta' JitUIXilK.
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ToIlM t roam 1.00 I ( atarrli lore M
Up Kalv SH
Toilet KoapiLtcuki) AO
Hal Kjriniff i't
V(diraM I'aptr... ii
Ordora. amounting to tS worth, aunt expreas fro
cn rMcolpt of juouoy or 1'. 0. ortW.
jirOt K New l'aMrm.KT with Hotobt or oca
Pbkiaiutio, Btsi rfeUJ on ArJC4no io
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tendency and keeping it in
any desired position. Beau
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no matter what may hava teen tha orldnal
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yoa can be cured of ali your dlrarecable aynip
toma, and folly restored to perfect p by Meal health
la tha nhorlcBt poaaiblu ti'Jie. Having daring tha
part twanty-Sra yrara mHo the rtudy and treat
raentof dlaeaMM of the Itlnil and Nerroaa Synteai
a apectalty, and having cured inch a large Dum
ber of caetn, ninny of whom (after expending
hundrrdi ol dollar-) had been givon np aa ln
corahle, we nnw oiler our m rrli ea and trvat maul
to the afflicted at prlro w'thui their reach. Con
aaltatlon either peraonally or by letter frre and
eonftdanllal. i'atiunta i t a d:tance by giving a
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(which will beaent to an) artilivaa on receipt of
i atamp to prepay puit''e) can be treated aa well
by letter aa at ofike. We prrparv and furnlaa to
patlenta our own umillcliia. Andreaa
M AUIBON Ulbl'ttNtJAUV, Hul bouth Clark 8 ,
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Di i patier may be found on tie at Geo. P. Rowoll
t I f aNewanatier Aiivertlnlne Barean, (10 Bprur.e
itM' I ; huie adertlolug contracta may be made
I it it in New Yoi.
Oommunicatidtia upon auhjuctaof genoral lntereet
to the public are at all tiinM acceptable. Rejected
niimtihcnpta will not De tetnrnea.
Letter" and comm nlcatlona ahonld be addred
E. A. iluruett, Cairo, Illinois.
James Carver cut off Patrick Barry's
Bosu at Pivston, Conn., a your and a
liitlf ago. Tho j ii oo wits pnt back
whttio it boloiifrwl, and tlio foaturo,
though hardly ptirfect, i3 quito prcsonU
alio. It in now Carvor's turn to wear a
noso stuck on, far Barry lias got re
ven'u by iiillicting precisely similar
It is denied mid tho details of a recent
ma cited to sustain tho denial, that tlio
Fontaine locomotive it a failuro.
! No 3Iorc Jlard Times.
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line clothes, rich f'xid and style, but good
healthy fond, cheaper and better clothing;
L'et more real and suDstantial tliin-'s of life
every way, and rtpecially stop the foolish
habit of t'lupIotuiL; expensive quack doctors
or usini,' co much of tho vile humbug med
icine that diKs vou only harm, but put
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Uitters;that cures tthvava at a trilling cost
and you will see good times and havo grxid
that are always wetting their beds ouht
not to be scolded fcnd punished for what
they cannot help. They need a medicine
having a tonic effect on tho kidneys and
the urinary organs. Such a medicine is
Kidney-Wort. It has specific action. Do
not fail to get it for them. Exchange.
.A Bo-ton editor recently wrote that
tbo hotel and restaurantrkeepers were
organizing to abolish "beats," but' the
printer set it up "beans," and a double-
leiided supplement 'wm necessary to
quell tha riotous mobs wLioh collected
about the hostclrieu.
Ben Buller says that squint to Lis eyo
bsj been worth 2UO,000 to him. Dur
ing his legal days it would fetch a jury
A New York landlord had reduced
his rents one ha'f. One half his homes
have fallen down, which is tho reason.
Piles! Piles!! Piles!!!
A fiUHK CCUK FOUND AT LAST. NO ONE NKEU
A Bure cure for tho Blind, Bleeding,
Itching and Ulcerated Tiles lias been dis
covered by Dr. Williams (an Indian rem
edy), called Dr. William's Indian Oint
ment. A single box has cured Uio wont
hronio cases ot 2.i and UO years standing.
No one need suffer live minutes alter apply
ing this wonderful soothing medicine.
LotioiiB, Instrument and Electuaries do
mure harm than gin id. William's Oint
moot absorbs the 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
ami nothing else.
Head what the Hon J. M. Lofhriberry, of
Cleveland, says about Dr. William's Indian
Pile Ointment: "1 have used scores ol
pile cures, ind it affords me pleasure to say
that I havo never found anything which
gave such immediate and permanent relief
as Dr. William's Indian Pilo Ointment."
For sale by all druggists, or mailed on
receipt of price if 1.00.
I' HANKS. UKNllYiVCO.,
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For sale by (Jko. E. O'haiia, Druggis.
Here are some old-timo hat stories:
Gov. Andrew's brother one cvoningen
tered tho jmrlor of a well-known club to
which his family relationship gave him
the entree, wearing a shiny, new silk
hat. Remark being made upon it, ho
replied: "Yeslhat's.a salamander hat."
To this it was replied that, in that easo,
of course, it would not bum, ami so
much w as said that at last, in despera
tion, Andrew put his lint upon tho blaz
ing coal of a grato lire, where, of courso,
it was quickly consumed. Everybody
lias ln'nrd of tho Himploton who entered
" the oflleo of a country tavorn wearing
a new silk hat. hen one of tho en
vious loungers offered to wager a half
a dollar that he could half-till the hat
with initiates and jiotir it out as molas
ses candy in ten minutes. Tho hot was
taken, mid nt tho end of the time tho
belter Badly sad: "I'm afraid I can't do
it; but hero's your half-dollar," hand
ing him, of course, at tlio siuuo time,
tho hat hnlf-full of molasses.
I'M.IKK ALL OTUKK 11AI11 DHKHHINf),
is tho best for promoting the growth of au"
benntil'ying the hair, and rendering it dark
and flossy. The Coconino holds, in a li
quid form, a largo proportion of deodorized
Cocouiuit Oil, pit-pared expressly for this
purpose, rso other compound possesses tho
peculiar properties which so exactly suit
tun various conditions of the human hair.
Tho superiority of Burnett's Flavoring
Extracts consists in their porfoct purity and
CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 7, 1882.
! A SWIM FOR LIFEj
j A WcMtoru 1'plnoilo.
Say, stranger, thoro's something
wrong yon dor, ain't there?"
Thus spoke a rough-jooklng miner,
on tho outskirts of tho camp, to a Mex
ican who was walking hastily past,
Tho stranger understood but imperfect
ly tho remark aBdi'0,"sed to him, but
replied, "Horses stole," and procoodod
on his way, his long spurs jingling at
Tho turner looked aftor him anxious
ly, and when ho had disappeared down
the hill, turned towards the saloon, mut
tering something about horso-thioves
and hanging, and strolled, or as ho
would havo himself said, "loafed" into
tho bar, whero an excited assembly was
"Wa'all, they're gono cloan away,"
cried tho owner of the missing nui
mals; "and my bosses nor doukeys
don't stray by nature. There's bin
some thieves around, you bet!"
"Llko enough; but whoso tho nianP
llow.-otnever, if wo ketch him, gentle
men, we'll shoot him fair."
"Give him a trial, and rope him
that's tho cure," said the owner. "And
now tew business. My treat, gontlo
men. Drinks round, and then I'll fol
low tho tracks a bit, and let you
Such an offer was not to bo slighted.
Tho "drinks" having been fully appre
ciated by all present, at tho expense of
thoir health and brains, tho owner of
tho missing beasts departed to follow
the trail, which led towards tlio canon
up tho river.
Ogdon Smith, or "Soft" Smith, as ho
was not unusually called, had that very
morning taken his horses to water
down-stream, and left them in a safo
plaeo pending their disposal. Ogden
had been unfortunato in his prospect
ing. Ho was neither quick-witted nor
quick-tempered, though ready enough
with his six-shooter when circumstances
seemed to warrant its use. But for this
trait, "Soft" Smith would havo been
stamped with a strong variation of tho
He followed the tracks mechanically,
and after aUiut half a mile, finding
they still led up towards the hills, ho
returned; ami as ho strode back, breath
ing vengeance against his spoilers, ho
noticed human footprints on the far
ther side of the! trail heavy boot and
spur marks. Ho lelt inclined to trauk
theso agitiii, but knowing tho trail
would lead to tho river, then flooded
with moiling snows, ho decided to re
turn to the camp and enlist tho vigil
ants in bis cause.
It has never been correctly ascer
tained why horse-stealing was then, and
may he still, regarded as a worse crime
than tho taking of human life; but that
this was tho case in tho West is un
douhted. Many a rough digger was
permitted to add to tho notches already
cut in the pistol-butt, but a horse-thief
was hunted down and executed sum
marily. Notwithstanding a gathering storm,
the men in tho saloon, as soon as they
heard Ogden Smith's report, deter
mined V) do vengeance on tho criminal.
The sufferer, meantime, met with much
sympathy, and "dust" (gold-dust,
which passed for currency) was freely
shaken into Ogdcn's. hat in the bar
room. Tho discussion as to who tho
thief mihtbo was waxing warm when
a voii'O cried:
"Beckon somo Mexican's had a hiftid
in lids game." '
This suggestion was at once adopted,
nnd Bill, the minor, said:
"Aye, then I can show him. I saw
him on tho hill this inorniug. Did' ye
notice any tracks?" '
"l did," replied Smith, eagerly.
"Large boots, and spur marks, too.
Thai's tho maul"
"We'll go for birn. Who knows his
.Several present tliu, and one man ad
"He's a mighty quick shot, you may
"We ro more of us t'ian him," was
tlio answer of the leader. "Ho can't
fix us all. Now, penth-men, we must
proceed rcg'lar. , 'l'auel a jury, if you
please; but there is no uso in wasting
The jury was quickly chosen, and in
order to avoid unnecessary delay, hors
es were brought out, and the whole
party rodo through the driving rain and
tempest to tlio Mexican s hut'
The door was burst open, and beforo
the surprised occupant could use his
weapon ho was seized and bound, and
thrown helpless on the llnor. Beforo
he wan disabled, however, ho managed
to seize and retain a small knife, which
lie thrust into his sleeve.
To his questions ho got but scant re
plies. Tim jury wero ushered into a
small shed, and told to deliberate upon
their verdict, after a few questions had
been put lu tho criminal, who protested
One bystander, moro humano than
tho rest, volunteered to act as prisoner's
advocate, and addressed tho jury as a
matter of form, for ho know tho strang
er's doom wts sealed.
After a pause tho jury again retired,
nnd in a few minutes the self-appointed
judge, knocking nt tho door, asked for
tho verdict. T tho astonishment of
tho bystanders, tho answer was "Itfot
I) u illy."
A cry of joy escaped tho Mexican; an
exclamation of disnujiointment was
vented by Ogden Smith. But tho Judge
drew his revolver, and beckoning to
tho committee, replied calmly:
"Gentlemen, you'll havo to do hotter
than that. Try again; and this time
attend to tho evidence."
Ho handled his pistol menacingly
as ho spoke, and tho jury retired again.
They were not long left uiidisturbud,
for lime was passing, tho tempest was
increasing in severity, and tho commit
tee had somo distance to ride that night.
In live miuutes the judgo ngain called
thorn, ami thit time the obedient twelve
gavotho verdict "Guilty I"
"Ojiito correct," said tho judge; "I
approve. It's a verdict. Carry out
tho sentence, yew," ho uddod to mo of
his associate "And now, gentlemen,
1 think we've done our duty; thojiosscs
wait. Ilev yo any thing U)8ayP"bo
inquired of the criminal.
Tho poor man pleaded earnestly for
rucrcy, nml protested Ids innocence
wildly, but it was useh Bs. Tho majori
ty of tho party then lett tho hut, and
the two men. placing tbolr unhappy
prisoner astride a mule, unbound him,
rxcent for ft turn of the ropo on his left
wrist, and walked beside him to tho J
place of execution, lliero his o'jter
clothing was taken from him, and his
boots those fatal witnesses laid nsldo.
JIo was then fastened to a troo. Tho
place of execution had boou well chosen.
It was a low point, jutting out into tho
river, just abovo tho rapids. The cur
rent was running swiftly, swollen by
the molting snows and tho tremendous
rain, which was still descending in tor
rents. From this point tho river de
scended rapidly. Higher up, but thou
obscured by tho thickly-falling rain and
mint, was a high ridge, whioh projected
across tho river, ami formed a sort of
howl-like enclosuro, In it tho centre of
which was (and is) a small wooden
Island. Below this spot tho river di
vides. It becomos narrower, and pass
ing on tho right side over a small rocky
breakwater, or natural barrier, it takes
a tremendous leap .sheer one hundred
feet over tlv rock, spreading out
fn 'in tho base for many feet in its de
scent. On tho left sido of tho island
tho stream has worn away the rock to a
CToat extent, and on that side tho water
hurries down a rapid at a steep angle,
and at the bottom meets deep water,
which drives in a swift current ovor to
the right shore, to a strip of boach on
low ground a watering station for ani
inaU. The men charged with tho execution
had well chosen tho place. The pris
oner stood with hands clasped as ono of
his guardians was making preparations,
ami the other stood ready to lire should
the prisoner attempt to escape. Ono
was adjusting the cord upon a neigh
boring tree, underneath which tho
mule had been already led, when an
exclamation from him made tho other
guardian turn his head. Tho quick
eved Mexican seized his opportunity.
With a swift sweep of his right hand
ho severed with tho cncealed knifo
the rope at his wrist, ami with a des
perate backward spring ho threw him
self into tlio eddying, holing river.
The heavy splash was tho first inti
mation tl'iat tho other men had of tho
Mexican's escape; and, with revolver
ready, ono waited till the swimmer
should reappear. He roso, and struck
out boldly for the opposite shore. The
man raised tho pistol, when his com
panion stayed his arm.
"(live him a chance, Bob," ho said.
"You or nw mav want a good turn
some day; and, besides, I don't b'lieve
ho lifted them animals. Soft Smith's
"Well, mobbe ycr right," replied tho
other, as he returnod his pistol. "Poor
chap!" bo added, with a touch of feel
ing to which ho had lon been a strang
er. "Boor chap! the fall will savo us
tho j b, anyhow."
"He's gone!" replied tho other. "He
can't git over, eh?"
"You bet!" exclaimed his compan
ion. "He's right enough, I doleclarc;
he'll git out now !-'
Meantime the unfortunato fugitive
ig vigorously to gain tho
stream, lie was swim-
centre of the
ming strongly-, hand over hand, and
every now and then he cast a glanco at
the ridge of rocks that fringea the rap
id leading to tho fall of a sheer hun
dred feet. Could he clear this he
might be saved. Ho was making goo'd
way, but ever being drawn nearer and
nearer by tho resistless current to his
destruction. Tho men on shore watched
his progress with feverish anxiety.
Another yard or two and ho would gain
tho rocky ledge which ended the fall,
and win-re the less dangerous rapids
began. Would he last?
Tho men clasped hands in their
strong excitement, and by a simultane
ous impulse cheered tho swimmer on.
The poor wretch heard it, It gave him
courage. Ono minute moro and he
would be ch ar; with renewed energy
ho strove, and with a despairing effort
clutched the rock. His legs swung for
a second into the milky mass of water
above the cataract. Could ho bear the
strain? A cheer from shore; a mighty
effort-he .swung himself over, and
with a lung, sweeping stroke dashed
down tho rapids aud disappeared.
The men turned away, breathing
moro freely, and returned as hastily as
possible to camp to report. Tho storm
still continued; the river had run up
tho creek, and it was nightfall ere, wet
to tho skin and chilled to tho bones,
they gained tho saloon. Hero all was
confusion; twenty tongues speaking at
once, ami all condemning "Soft Smith,"
Tho "judge" was present, and as tho
two men entered ho gall. "I'm kinder
sorry wo hanged that Mexican. We've
done him an injury, boys, I'm afoard."
"Savo trouble in the end, inebbo,"
said another. But tho judgo shook his
"What's tho matter?" inquired tho
lato comers. ,
"Why, Soft Smith's a fool. He's
found his beasts safe at homo, where
they went o' themselves, having broke
halter. Tho tracks was the Mexican's
tracks, but only to his own location.
Wo'vo done that man wrong, and I'm
ready to apologize; I can't say fairer.
Hero's his health!"
A voice from tho doorway replied, "I
drink to that!" and ns all eyes wero
turned in tho direction of the sound, it
ragged, half-naked form, tho limbs
bruised ami bleeding from deep scratch
es walked up to tho bar.' Terror sat
upon every couutonanco. Tho visitor
was tlio Mexican.
"Didn't yo didn't yo hang him?"
gasped tho sturdy but superstitious
judge to his deputies.
"Guess not," replied ono of tho pair
addressed. "Ho slipped into tho
river ami swam across the Cataract
"Thunder! hut I'm glad, lloro'smy
hat, boys; fill in your dust now, and
let him havo it."
Nn ueermil liiiMinr ivna n nnd nil Vnv
soon tlio heap of go7d-dust had reached
a goodly pile, to which Soft Smith was
a most liberal contributor.
Omliin Stnilli ivna efinutilni-nlil v
lnuglieii at, but tho Moxican was re
garded ns a hero, and prospered. Tho
camp in tinio was broken up, but thoro
nro many still nlivo whoromomber that
swim for life across tho Small Snake
A pretty woman In black passod the
window. "Looks like a protty young
widow, docsn'l.shoP iWt you like to
Mm nrtittv young wuiowr a pretty
voun"" widow is always a pleasing
sight?' - "Yes, so long w she isn t
, Heurafgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest, Geut,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Foot
and Ears, and all other Pains
Ko Prrpariitlon on earth r-qtmla Ft. Jacor-i Oil u
a Me,Mrr,inpeaud clirtip Kxiernttl K tuedy.
A trial entails but the rntnpiLriiUvely trilling outlay
of SO OiiU, and every ono antic ring with pain
ca t have cheap and pcitive proof of iu cluLina.
IMrections In Eleven I-atigimgea.
SOLD BT ALL DBU0QIST8 AND DEALEE8 II
A.VOGELER & CO.,
JialUttutrtm Md. V. A. M
a week invmirown town. $'i outfit
free. No rli-k, ..very! lung new, capi
tal not required, wj will lurnlih yon
verythltie .Many ure mulling for
tune I.aillce iiiake at much aa men,
and hovi aud eirla make ereat nav
lU-r.der, tf von want a btistiiyra at which yon ran
mttko great pay all the time you w ork, write for par
ticular to II. IJnllett Jt Co., I'ur:lai,(l, .Valnu.
Ul'lTAL AM SOCIETY. f
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE LNSUK-
WIDOWS' & OIU'IIANS'
Mutual Aid Society
Organized Jnlv Uth, 1H77, 1'mbr the Lawa o
the State of Illinois. Copyrighted Julv
9, 1877, 1'uilcr Act of Congrns.
p. o. sninr....'. rreiident
C. T. Kl'DJ) Vice 1're.aniulit
.1. A. GOLDSTINK.... Treasurer
J. J.GOKDON Medical Adviner
THOMAS I.BW1.S Secntar-
JUIIN C. WU1TE Anlatant .Sitcn-tary
KXKCUTIVK COM M ITT: Fi
ll. I.KKWITON, I,. . THOMAS.
J. C. WHITE, W. r. lTlCIUUt,
J . S. .MCAIIh.
TJOAUI Ol'' MANAGKK8:
William Strattoii. of titration Utrd, wli- leaalc
procera; l'anl t. Scliiih, whulnaHie and retail lirun
(fiat; Ua.eu Luinhtun, coiiiiniaHbiti merchant ; jaa.
H. McVahey, lumber dealer; J. J. tionlnu, phya
Ician; J. A. (iulilMlne. nl UnMctine It. Henv. ater,
wholesale and retail dry cooda, etu; Win. Y . 1'itch
er, general agent; Hen rv It. Kill, city printer and
biMik binder; I'healey lluynea. Cunper; Jim. V.
Whlto, naalatiint cei;retnry and solicitor: Albert
I. RwIa, dealer in Hour hiiiI jrruir. ; K. Hroi-a. preai
dent Alexud.-r C'otinty liiiiik ; t. W. Ilundricka,
contractor and builder ; :niB Cloee. irencral
at;oiit;Thomiia I-bIh, secretary Hrnl attorney ut.
law ; I.. H, Thotnha, hroom mantilm turer; W. V
UuHitel, contractor nnd tuiilder; ('. T, Hudd
au'entC. St. L. AN. O. niliiouil :;.' l'hilltpa.ciir
pepter; 11 . A. C'humliley, contractor, Cairo, III.,
ltev. .1. Sprncer, cleru'viiiniiSt Uuih, Mo.; .1. II.
Hothime, circuit clerk, Miaaiaiiippt county, Cliarlna
ton. Mo. ; J. II. .Moore . lawyer, Commerce, Mn.'
I). Kitnlet-irv. iihvHicinn, Arlington, liy.; J. V.
Tarry, phvaivlnn, Kultou, Kv. ; Win. Uian, farmer,
Murrv, Kv.; A. .sielnhacli, manufacturer of H'l
dierv, Evanavillo, Irid.;lke Atidemnn, secretary
to aupcrltitendetitc. St. L. fc N O. railroad, Jack
aon, Tenn.; J. S. Kolierteon, plivaiclan, Whlto
villo, Tenn. ; Thoniaa A. Ohliorn, hnrni ia maker,
Bolivar, Tenn Wrn. b. Walker, "Dlxiu Adver
UbIdk Aen3, HiHv Sur!n"H. Ml-a
Great clintico toniakn mon
ey. TIioho who always tuko
Bdvantai;e of the troocl clian
c.ea to make mo-iey that are
.,H.,..,.l ........ I. ......
ll fl. II. inilj IIT71.IIIIIU
wealtby, v. hile llioae who do
not tmtifovc mi ll rhanres reinaln in puyercy. Wo
want many men, women, hoy and Klrla to work foi
UH rUht In their own Ioc.iHiIcm. Any one can do
the work properly from the llrnt atari. Thu bual
noss will pay more than ten tlniija ordinary wanes.
Kxpeuslvo outfit ftiriilrhed freo. ," o one whoemia
Ijes falls to milks money rupldly. Yon can devote
your whole time to the work, or only your spare
moments. Full Informutlou and nil that la needed
sent free. Addreaa Mlnxon ,t Co.. I'oiiIhuiI, Maine.
Jellows' 1 1 vpo 1 iosj hitois.
as a coiuniniiTion oi iiypopuoppimcs, uriKioa,v
by me In Canada while under thu process of pulmo
nary consumption, and which hiia since been em
ployed by the medical profession throughout Amer
cn and EtiKlaud with lliiprncudented success.
It contains thu olentunts es.ntliil to the animal
oriptui.ation, tbo oxldlzlni; nuents aud tonics.
In combination with the stlmnlailiiK at,"'"1 I'1'""
phoriis. possessing the merit of heliiKsllhtly alka
line, and is dispensed In the couvunlent aud palat
able form of a syrup.
Its ell'ucis are nuia'ly vlslblo within twenty-font
hours ii nd aro marked by stimulation nf the appe
tite, thu digestion mid arslmllatlon, enlerlun di
rectly Into the circulation ; it tonss tho nerves and
muscles; iixerla a healthy action of tlio secretions;
uolther disturbs the stomach uur Injures the system
under prolonged usti,iind may hu discontinued at
ny tlmo without Inconvenience,
Inawordltpossussuatho stimulants to aronso
the strength, the 'tunics to retain it, and merit of a
high degree. Very nP$fc ,nU,0W8.
EV Wa not be deceived by remedies bearing a
similar name; no other preparation la a substitute
for this, under any circumstances.
FOR 8ALK ilY DRUGGISTS.
T ..1.1 . r.f... .... Abl..l.. . .....
DR. BUTTS' DSS
Tniat all Chronic Dlauruea, and aojova a nation,
al rtiputiitloa throiuib Ilia curliiHOlooriiellculnd rrm.
autluua of Oiu OIikhI, niu.i or Ihim, iii...i wllli auu
cj. wltneutiialiia Mnreuryor Puiwidiiiii Madlirlnaa.
Yp.U NQMEN "i" hf" uitriiiH
mm Viww jjiAafaa ot m tilMiiuut tlmt unlli iu v le
tting fur fiiininMHn or niiirrlii, prtrniAnf rUy cnrwl.
... , ni ne iiiniii In- af-
viiim fir iiiiMfiHPt (r uinrrmyw, it
IJ.r.iillil cuit.uluie.u I. J.rcl.o.'l. Mliitl
r c. n ftiHii iu4 1
t I'll b i t'ltLM and ir.vrt.
'1. I-1 it of u-tMfiU iiwtirrtil hr ps'ieut-. ilnnr-tuf lrvt
Hirnt nitilrrl trmm in ny uMrvu mi ipiii tltjoQ,
CHvrMHii ffrlr rnim Kulurv ahiM dmiiI th'lr ddJrMtA
uid Un MrtuvtMnr to tbvtr wlfiuiu. It La m Irut, "
Cwinmiiir ui"ii (f inly cotiAdrntUl itxl alnmld tin k Utunvl
lU. Ut i 1 (, 14 fwrtU eU M. Uui. iio,
120Broatlway, New York,
. WOES Til K
LA It G EST BUSINESS
pf any Lifts Inurancu Company
in tup: world..
it hlont iiiimel
atipuliillUK thai I lie cntitiact ol lnauianco "ahail
not he tliiin'ited" alter it la three years old,
and thatauch poltclca ahull be
on receipt of callnfacti ry proof of death.
tta policy la clear and concise,, and contain!
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
N. B.-l:F.An VOr II POl lCU s Oimt.ara tha
chort and aliuple form uaed by Iho KiiiiltHhla wl'h
win ioDg ana oicure contractK loailed down with
tecunicallliea laaued by other companies!
Its CASH KETURNS
to policy holders aro
U 1 1 j ) reeoden t ed.
N. B. See tin' many letter from policy holders
e r . i r - i IJ their iratiheailoii with the returiii from
their TosriNa fcAVisua I'tsu 1'ouciEa.
Hecause ol'its .
" 100 MILLIONS.
Assets Securely Invested
Surplus Securelv Inve-ted, nearly
1 :. A. BURN i:TT. A cn t.
Offlce, corner 1-th and Wahltiion.
November il, ll. m tdw
GKAVS SPKCIFIC MEDIC INK.
TRADE MK. The Great K nu
llah remedy, A;i
uiilatlltiK cure for
potency and all
dltea-ei that fo'ow
a a a f-ueiico
ol Sell aliime; anj,
liIMM l nii.mn.t '.'
B,fbre Takkguniveraall a.uu. e; Tftk.
dlmocaa of vialon. pn-maturv old H!, d many
utherdia-aea that lead to incatillv, concumptlua
or a premature rrav..-.
aTrKull particulars In our pamphlet, which wa
deaiae to aend fre bv mall to evervono. fiTThe
hpecillc Medicine la aold by all drui,vlti at $1 per
pacKi(e, or fix package for f "t will beaent free
bv million reci.-i pt of the monev. bv aildrei-fiiiL'.
THIt tilt AY MKblCINK Co.,
llrrYAM, N Y.
Sold in Cairo liv f'i,nt h'chilh.
8010 MIOAL AWARDED
Um A utbrir A nw an kdwU fkJra.1.
itjU WifL(srriil'I t tm Uwt tu-S
niAi.iMititlM.1 "tinHovrioMof I ji
fif,Ha(f lJna.riU(fro hnunfl in
tint! KrMttvh iiiUniui.OTnl'ioaMtJ.
fllil Ktlt.!laipp.rrOtatji (MMuilfnl
niil Oa'rTii'fn, lo frrria.
tt'ui, iiru oniy tH Mtiil i f
I NOW TH7n P 'iwl)l""T lr W AH-
saw ir iui vuiii
K ttJU Hi 4 Uulfutch tU ' uiU.o.
A t.w I Mkl..til- P.rf nm; frairnutt, lifftvtklur, fjMll.r.
Sold bra.l.rln Orntr. a Mary I.nm... 111., h 4'n,, R, f .
(iin'T, liuciiuMaii'U.ikc, btillnciaand in iny
f the bcrt mcdirincj known arc rombined in Pak
k;kr' t iiNOKR 'l oNic,iiit'ia ninlic incof auth v.v
rird.oiil t(l-ctiveiwcn,a t-itn ike it llie(rrcatet
I'iIo-kI 1'ur.t'i.r and Liver keul.ilorand tliu
llcstl.'ealih A Strength Kcstorer Ever I'scd.
It cure 1 iysj iim.i, Kheuitulisni. Neiir.ili;i.i.
ilipleSMis, uid ali ilisrusct of tins btunuch,
llowch, Liiiijis, Liver and Kiducy. ',
Kcinemlx r I 'J hi Tonic i lb Family
Mcdkine cer mil'-,nndiicntin ly itiflerrtit fmn
IlittcrH, (liiiu. r I n tur.iliniisiimlotlii r '1'ouin, u !
:t iicviT ii it(AK. .tes hut curcMlninkciinc, Nin
-rimi-i-i'li.'rr ' -'rlt't-f-.4 1 h'-i.y V 'I..N V
Parker's Elair Bats
QF?1 C",r1,',ll hmir f
(JJJ f(vCr iIii
The ftia iirl irwul
1 S 8 2 ,
Hend 5 3 -rent atiimpa for samples of -1 Mae.aj-.luel
you will lie u re to want for vour children.
ti 5H a vcar. The lwat, lartreat anil moct luily llltis
tratcd MaLiizlne in the world for vomit; people.
BABY LAN I)
The baby own iMupo-.lne, more cliurmliiK than ct
cr hel'ore. Only M) cents a year
LITTLE FOLKS' LKADKIt.
A dellfhllul atidreilned Mottthlv. for public nd
private schools and homes. W cents a year.
An llliislrateil Weekly tor yotiny peoulti edited by
Mrs. (i. H. Aldnii tl'any), ecpeclullv adapted for
Hundiiy reading. Ml cents a tear. Address W. l.o
Ihrop A t o ,ll'4 Kriitiklln st lloslon, Maes,
urvnv IT A T.T.Tn A V"
XJI LA 1 V1YX1X1 1 JL1 x
A New and complete Hotel, fronting on Lovoa
Hucond and Kallroad Htieuls,
Tb Vassetiuvr Deitot of Iho Chicane, Nt. Louis
an' .tew (trlijnns: Illinois Central ; Wabash, Ht.
Louis nnd l'ai lllc; lruu Mountain and Hnnlhcrn,
Mobile mid Dlilo; Cairo and St, Louis Hallways
are all Just across thu street ; while thu Hteamboat
Lauding Is but one S'liiaro distant.
Tbis Hotel Is healed by steam, hits steam
Laundry, Jlydmnlio Klovalor, Klei trie CulJ Hells,
Aiitomutlc Flni-Alurtns, lint lis, absolutely pure air,
perlei t sewerage and uimpleto appolntmtitits,
Httperh furnishings! perfect service andanun.
Ii. V. I'AltKKU Ac CO.,IjiitM