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PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
IiOM of appptjto.NnuROft.bowpls costl vo,
rsiioTnt h e Hen d. wfflift dull sensation in
the biick' part7i'n under theshoukler.
b)ftlo7fulln(W"iiftr eBting, with ft disin
clination to eTiirtiohofbqtly or mind,
Irritiiblhtyjtf tempo rT Low' spirits, Loss
of niernbry, w ith a forling of lmvln nag
looted BOineduty7wirineitg, DUtzineiw,
SMuttennjruf the "uenrt, Dot before the
ej&itf cllow" 'him, Mfftd iche.'Keiitloiwj
hess aTiiishirt'iKlily colored Urine.
IF THESE WAKSIjKGS ARE UKHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES Will SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TtfTTS PILLS re especially mlitptrd to
mull H. ,one liso e fleet siiilm i Inuio
f ftU'lillS UM Ul . toilUll MlB HUit'lTIT.
TbrvliiT-iiMl.. A M-lllMtiid caiiM" tha
txaly to Tut on r'rle IIiiih flu syilein In
nourished, ami livi'. ir Tonii- a el in nun the
ltl.'niliii'On!ni. Hful:rUHlri' pro
do.'iil. ITI.e i cviHw. Murray M..
TUTT'S HAIR DYE,
f 1 K A V 1 1 A I H ir W II IMf KK l!hftll K1 to B fl U W V
liLAc K by ft sillL'le IIUlllll lllWlll Of HllH I)YK. It
Imparls a ualuial eoW. nei I iislniiUincuiisly.
-.14 liyllilicfLUriOlit i.jr .xi,ret on le.-lil ull.
OfYIco, S3 Murray St.. New York.
CD 1 1 IT'S DAM II. uf V. I,l,l, ar.insiin iihI h
Osftil km-lltU "III If MklM (UK im i,Mnlka.
fcpraln. Burns, fcralds Brills, More
!, Kheniimtlsm, (iI1n, I leers old
Mrr-s, Toothache, Hcndnrhe, sore
'l'lu'oat, Asthma, Huarx-ncx,
At., ice.., A.
JTSTH 1). H'l,T(lX, I). D., Brooklyn, N. T.
ProviriK itself to boa necessity in our'honie "
P. A. WESTKKVKt.T, H. II., Xxihvlllo. Ttnn.
" Have used lai-en quantities of PO.NlJ'ti EXTiiACT
la Biy practice."
Mr. S, U. ylctfliW, Matron. Tlomo of Destitute
Cliihlron. "Vio (Unlit inert inVacloos and ums
Cantlon.-roxrvs rxrmcr i aMd on,y in
lxittles with the name blown in tin class.
tft- It lii unsafe to vm other anfrlt with otir
dirwtion. Insist on burins POND S EXTHACT.
licfuao oil itmuiions ar.it substitutes,
SPECIAL PRCTARATIONS OF MVP'S C
TkACT CdMHl.VKT WITH TTTE ITRUT
AX1 MC'ST MXTCATE U KFCllXd
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Orders amounii.g to S 5 worth, tent ery rtf fnw
on receipt of iaoD. y p. O. cri. r.
4iOr New Vixrrirr :rg Ejjtoxt : r or
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Who want glossy, laiuriant
and wavy tresses of abandant,
beautiful Hair most use
LYON'S KAT11AIR0N. This
elegant, cheap article always
makes the Ilalr 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 in
any desired position, lleau
tiful, healthy Hair is the sure
result of using ttathairon.
CE3ZEZXCAN BE CURED
if .A' 't..T.?tgiim
If 70a art iufloriiiir witb Norfoni Dtbllllr or
toy dleeape or lymptom, wi-armg on body or
mind, taalofj you Ui IVol gloomy, doHpoiufijut,
neryone, timid, forctlul or on 111 for baiilnetw,
no inattr what nmy have beun the original
ania of your (iiaeaeu or lymptom, or to whom
70a have applied for help without potting rvlluf,
10a tan foe mri'd of all your dti-araeahle lymp
unu, and fully retorod Ui porfict pliyBlcal health
In the ehurtm piiKu liln tl.ne. lluvini during the
pant twenty-Bye year mnde the utidy anil triat
,s tnrntof dlacatex of the Mind and Nurfiinii Srntfin
a epewalty, aud havinff tim-J inch a lare nnui
br of cae, many of whom (after spending
hundrodi oi dollii"-) Imil hii'n iyn np aa lu
eurahle, we now uilVr our acrvkcH Rndtruatinent
to the afllUU-ii at prire wiilim their reach. Cou
aaltatton either peraoiially or hy lotler frre and
confidential. Patient ut a dlaianffby Rlylnu a
ftatemunt of their c,or hy BiiawfrlnKqueatiotm
' (which will beiii to any ail'lien on receipt of
tamp to prepay potaj,-e) can be treated a well
by letU-r ai at office. We preparv iid furnisb to
batlente our own medicine. Aildrwi
M ADI bON DIbl'KN aAUV, .l South Clark 8 ,
Chicago, 111. 1
(A aiedleluy, not a Urluk.)
iioph, m 11c, itiAM)HAitr.i
Alt) Tit PfrntBT AM) 1)HT WltniflAtQL'AU'
ti aa of 1U oiukm lii n aue,
All Dlaenaeaof tlmPtomach. Powell, lllood,
Liver, kldiieya.aiul I rlimryOiKna. Nr
yuuni:, hieei.eiiiie nun oapucuuly
PI I OOO IN COLD.
Yflll or eui I'.r m iiuft' wiey will DOl cure or
help, or for an) thin tinpiirw or lujuriout
fuuiid 111 Uiuin,
Aikynur dniMKlut for Hop UKf-nand try
Uihiu bufure you tleep, '1'nUo 110 other.
X) T. C. Ii an aluolnui anil trw.nliMliIe euro for
vruutnuunH,uH ei ojimiu, ujuacuo ana
ti ruM l.'IHC'1'Lil.
All tkivt M tiy dniirrtiU.
i,r Rltux V t. I V, HrMbt, N. V., A 'form!, Oil.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:' SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 7, 1883. .
THE DAILY BtUiLETIN.
Dally ldeliyore.d by rArriurn) per weak
lly mail (In adTMice) ono year
By mail (in advance) ene yo.
To cluba of tun and oyor (par copy)
I'oatak'o Id ail caaee prepaid.
. 5 no
. t Ml
. 1 00
, 1 w
FlratlnitertioD. per aquarfi 1 1
Sul)i(jueul luaortiona. per (qnare W
Vnt nno week, per Iquare J J
Oiiliuarioa and maolutloiii panedby aocletiua
u nconta per line.
Ditathr and marriage free
Fitat iRtoriton, per f-quai. $1 W
S'.lwHineiit lnaertiont 01'
Kltfht llnea of anlld nonpareil roneiuuie aa-tuare-niw..i.in.n
Klverilm no nt will be c.hari!oa accord-
ir.; lo the ppM-.c occupied, at ahoe ratea-thcte be-
wa ivioivn line 01 rouu type 10 i.ov mi.ii.
To et'iilar adyertlaera we olfer superior lndnca
n m both aato rain of charge.! and manner of
1 f vliif! their favora.
Th 1 paper may be found on die at Geo. P. Howell
I t. r, a Ne.vapHptr Advertise Barcan, (10 Sprnce
imvi ;wheio ud'irlUluij eoutracU may be made
f r It in New Yok.
Oommnnicatlonn upon aubjuctr of general lntereat
tothoiinbllcareatall tl-nee acceptable, ejected
miiiiu riplH w ill not be letnrne.i.
J.mier" and r.omin iiicaltoii ahonld be addresed
B. A. lliirnett, Cairo, Illilioic.
J:un"s Carver cut oirratrick Barry's
noso at rn ston, Conn., a year ami a
half ni. Tho pit-co was put back
wlii'io it b'lon(!il, and tho featiiro,
tliouu;!! hardly perfect, is (juite prcsonU
able. It is now Carvur's turji tp wear a
noso stuck on, for Dairy has pot ro
vci!?o by iullicting f irccisoly tiuiiiar
Il is doiioil ami the details of a recent
run cited to sustain tho denial, that tha
Font.-'ino loconioiivo is a failure
Xo Moir Hard Tillies.
If you will stop spending so much on
tiueclothcH, rich food i)d styk-, but good
healthy food, cheaper and better clothing;
get more real and tuD-tantial things of life
every way, and especially stop the foolish
habit of employing expensive tjiiack doctors
or using so rmieh of the vilr humbug med
icine that does you only harm, but put
your trust in that simple, pure remedy, Hop
Bitt rs; that cures always at a trilling cost
and you will see good times and have good
health. - 'Chronicle.
Tronblt'somt? CL i Id re a ,
that are always wetting their beds ouht
not to be t-colded and punijlifd for what
they cannot help. They need a medicine
having a tonic effect on the kidneys and
the urinary oruan. Such a medicine is
Kidney-Wort. It has specific action. Do
nut fail to gt-t it for them. Eschar. ge.
A lV-ton editor recently wrote that
tLe hot'd a:d res'.aurant-keeers were
organizing to abolish 'lh.at;," but the
pnrit r set it up '-beanC and a double
leadtd eufpletiiCttt was nve-essary to
ini'A '.he rio'.ous iu'.'0 Wui.h collected
aij'-X l!-" Lo' riei.
In Lu'lvr ays that &f'iint to Lw eyo
Lis t-a wth ?'-",,Y' to him. Dur
Lii '.e-iJ days it would fetch a jury
A Nw York landlord had reduced
Li rent nw. ha'f. Or.o half hN h'UiH
Lave (alien down, which is tho rea-son.
hies! Piles!! Pilw!!!
A fct'UE Ct ltE FOL0 ATL.T. SO ONE NKOJ
A Hure cure for the Ulind Uleeding,
Itching and Ulcerated Piles has been dis
covered by Dr. Williams fan Indian rem
edy;, called Dr. illi&urs Indian Oint
ment. A single liox has cured the worst
chronic cases of'J.") and OOyears btatiding.
rio one neeil suilir live minutes alter apply
ing tins wonderful Bootlimg medicine.
Lotions, Iustriimeiita mid Eleetiinries do
more harm than good, William's Oint
ment absorbs the tumors, allays the intense
itching (particularly nt night after getting
warm 111 bed), acts as a poultice; gives
instant and painless relief, urid is prepared
only for Piles, itching of the private parts
ami nothing else.
Kend what the Hon J. M. Collinberry, of
(flevdand, says about Dr. William's Indian
Pile Ointment: "I have used scores of
pile cures, and it affords me pleasure to say
that 1 have never found anything which
gave such immediate ami permanent rebel
as Dr. Williams Indian Pile Ointment."
For sale by all druggists, or mailed on
receipt of price $1.00.
FllANK H. Hl'.NItY& Co.,
Sole Prop's, Cleveland, O,
For sale by Oico. E. O'iiaka, Druggis.
Here are somo old-timo hat stories:
(Jov. Andrew's brother ono cveningen
tered tho parlor of a well-known club to
which his family relationship gave him
tho entree, wearing a shiny, new silk
hat. Keinark being made upon it, ho
replied: "Yea that's, u salamander hat."
To this it was replied that, In that caso,
of course, it would not burn, and ho
much was said that at lat, in despera
tion, Andrew put his hat upon tho blaz
ing coal of u grate, fire, where, of course,
it was quickly consumed. Everybody
lias heard of tho simpleton who entered
tho otliei) of a country tavern wearing
a now silk hat. When ono of the en
vious loungers offered to wager a half
a dollar that ho could half-lill tho hat
w ith inolasos and pour It out as niolas-
Bca candy in ten minutes, Tho hot waft
taken, and nt tho end of the tinio tho
bettor sniUy sad: "I'm afraid I can't do
It; but here's your half-dollar," hand
ing him. of course.'al the samo timo,
the hat half-full of mohuscs.
UNUKU AI.I.O'l'HEH If A I It DHKHStNO,
is tho best for promoting tho growth of and
beautifying the hair, and rendering it dark
and flossy. The Coconino holds, in a li
quid form, n largo proportion of deodorized
Cocoanut Oil, prepared expressly for this
purpose. No other compound possesses tliO
peculiar properties which no exactly suit
th" Vnrious conditions of tho human hair.
The superiority of llurnett'g Flavoring
Extracts coiiHihtsiu their jrcrfect purity and
Hfcat Btrougtli: '
A SWIM TOR LITE)
Say, strangor, there's something
wrong yonder, ain't thercP" 1
Thus spoke a rough-looking miner,
011 tho outskirts of tho camp, to a Mex
ican who was walking hastily past,
Tho stranger understood but Imperfect
ly tha remark addressed to him, but
replied. "Horses stole," and proceeded
on his way, his !on spurs jingling nt
The miuor looked after him anxious
ly, and when bo had disappeared down
tho hill, turned towards the saloon, mut
tering souu thing about horso-thioves
and liangin. aud strollod, or as ho
would have himself said, "loafed" into
tho bar, where an excited assembly was
"Wa'all, they're pone clean away."
cried the owner of tho missing ani
mals; "and my bosses nor donkevs
don't stray by nature There's bin
some thieves around, you bet!"
"Like enough; but whoso tho man?
llow.-oinever, if wo ketch him, gentle
men, we'll shoot him fair."
fliivo him ft trial, and ropo him--that's
the cure," said the owner. "And
now tew business. My treat, gentle
men. Drinks round, and then I'll fol
low tho tracks a bit, and let you
Such an offer was not to bo slighted.
TLo "drinks" having been fully appre
ciated by all present, at tho expense of
their health and brains, tho owner of
the missing beasts departed to lollow
the lri.il, which led towards tho tauon
up the river.
Ogden Smith, or "Soft" Smith, as he
was not unusually called, had that very
morning taken his horses to water
down-stream, and left them in a sa(o
place pending their disposal. Ogden
had been unfortunate in his prospect
ing. He was neither quick-witted nor
quiek-tempeied, though ready enough
with his six-shooter when circilui'tances
seemed to warrant its use. Hut lor this
trait, "Soft" Smith would have been
stamped with a strong variation of the
He followed tho tracks mechanically,
and after about half a mile, liuding
they still led up towards tho hills, ho
returned; and as he strode back, breath
ing vengeance iigaiust his spoilers, ho
noticed human footprints on the far
ther fide of the trail heavy boot and
spur marks. Ho felt inclined to track
these again, but knowing tho trail
would lead to tho river, then flooded
with fuelling snows, ho decided to re
turn to the camp aud enlist the vlgil
ants in his cause.
It has never been correctly ascer
tained why horse-stealing was then, and
may bo still, regarded as a worse crime
than tl'o taking of human life; Lul that
this was the case in tho West Is un
doubted. Many a rough digger was
permitted to add to tho notches already
cut in the pistol-butt, but a horse-thief
was hunted dovrn and executed sum
marily. withstanding a gathering storm,
the men in tho saloon, as soon as they
heard Ogden .Smith s report, deter
mined to do vengeance on the criminal.
The sufferer, meantime, met with much
sympathy, and "dust" (gold-dust,
whicn passed (or currency) was freely
shaken into Ogden" s hat in the bar
room. The discussion as to who the
thief might be was waxing warm when
a voice eried:
"Reckon somo Mexican's had a hand
in this game."
This suggestion was at orico adopted,
and Pill, tho miner, said:
"Aye, then I can show him. I saw
hioi on the hill this morning. Did yo
notice anv tracks?"
1 did," replied Smith, eagerly.
"Large hoots, and spur marks, too.
I na: s tho maul
"We'll go for him. Who knows his
Several present did, and ono man ad
"He's a mighty qtiink shot, you may
Weni more of us than him, was
tho answer of tho leader. "He can't
1W us all. Now, gentlemen, wo must
proceed reg'lar. 'Panel a jury, if you
please; imt there is 110 use in wasting
Tho jury was quickly chosen, and In
order to avoid unnecessary delay, hors
es were brought out, and tho whole
jrtirly nnlo through tlm driving rain and
tempest to tho Mexican s hut.
The door was buislopen, and before
tho surprised occupant could use his
weapon he was seized and bound, and
thrown helpless on the llmr. lieforo
he was disabled, however, be managed
to seize and retain iismll knife, which
he thrust into his sleeve.
To his questions ho got but scant re
plies. TI10 jury were ushered into a
small shed, and told lo deliberate upon
their verdict, after a few questions had
been put to the criminal, who protested
his innocence. .
One bystander, mono humano than
the rest, volunteered to act as prisoner's
advocate, and addressed the jury as a
matter of form, for lui know the strang
er's doom was sealed.
After 11 pause tho jury again retired,
rind in a few minutes the self-appointed
judgo, knocking at the door, asked for
the verdict. , To the astonishment of
tho bystanders, tho answer was "Not
A cry of joy escaped tho Mexican; an
exclamation of disappointment was
vented by Ogden Smitn. Put tho judge
drew his revolver, and beckoning to
tho committee, replied calmly:
"(jonlluniiui, you'll have to do belter
than that. Try again; and this time
attend to tho evidence."
Ho bandied his pistol menacingly
as ho spoke, and tho jury retired again.
They were not long left undisturbed,
for time was passing, tho tempest was
Increasing In severity, and tho commit
tee had N01110 distance to ride that night.
In live minutes the judge again called
them, and this time the obedient twelve
gave tho verdict "Ouilty!"
"Quito correct," said the jil'lge; "I
approve. It's a verdict. Carry out
the senteiico, yew," ho added to two of
his a-Hoclatcvs. "And now, gnilomen,
1 think we've done our duty; tho bosses
wail. Hev yo any thing tosiiyP" ho
inquired of the criminal.
The poor man pleaded earnestly for
mercy, nnd protested his Iniioconeo
wildly, but It was useless. Tho majori
ty of tho party thou left tho hut, and
tho two men, placing their unhappy
prisoner astride a initio, unbound hlui,
except for a turn of tho rope on his left '
wrist, and walked beside him to the
place of execution. There his o'jtor
clothing was taken from him, and his
boots those fatal witnesses laid nsido.
Ho was then fastened to a tree. Tho
place of execution had been well chorion,
It was a low point jutting out Into tho
rlrer, Just above tho rapids. Tha cur
rent was running swiftly, swollen by
the melting snows and the tremendous
rain, which was still descending iu tor
rents. .From this point the river de
scended rapidly. Higher up, but then
obscured by tho thickly-falling rain and
mist, was it high ridge, which projectod
across the river, and formed a sort of
bowl-like enclosure, iu it the centre of
which was (and is) a small wooden
Island. Helow this spot tho rivor di
vides. It becomes narrower, nnd pass
ing on tho right side over a small rocky
breakwater, or natural barrier, it takes
a tremendous leap sheer one. hundred
feet over tho rock, spreading out
fn in the base for many feet in its do
seent. On tho left side of the island
tlist'oam has worn away the rock to a
j-reat extent, and on that side the water
hurries down a rapid at a steep ansle,
and nt tho bottom meets deep water,
which drives in a swift current over to
the right shore, to a strip of beach on
low ground a watering station for nni
1 n n
The men charged with the execution
hud well chosen tho place. The pris
oner stood with hands clasped as one of
his guardians was making preparations,
and the other stood ready to tire should
the prisoner attempt to escape. One
was adjusting tlie cord upon a neigh
boring tree, underneath which tho
mule had been already led, when an
exclamation from him made the other
guardian turn his head. The quick
eyed Mexican seized his opportunity.
With a Mtift sweep of his right hand
he severed with the concealed knifo
the rope at his wrist, and with a des
pernio backward spring he threw him
self into tho eddying, boi.ing river.
The heavy splash was the first inti
mation that the other men had of the
Mexican's escape; and, with revolver
ready, ono waited till tl.o swimmer
should reappear. He roso, and struck
out boldly for the opposite shore. Tho
man raised the pistol, when his com
panion stayed his arm.
"(Jive him a chance, Bob," he said.
"You or rue may want a good turn
some day; and, besides, I don't b'lievo
he lifted them animals. Soft Smith's
"Well, mebbe yer rigid," replied the
other, as ho returned his pistol. "Poor
chap!" ho added, with a touch of feel
ing to which ho had long been a strang
er. "Poor chap! tho fall will save us
the j di, anyhow."
"He's gone!" replied the other. "IJo
can't git over, ch?"
"You bet!" exclaimed his compan
ion. "He's right enough, I do4ileclaro;
he'll git out now!"
Meantime the unfortunato fugitive
was struggling vigorously to gain tho
centre of the stream. Ho was swim
ming strongly, hand over hand, and
every now and then ho cast a glance at
the ridgo of rocks that fringed the rap
id leading to tho fall of a sheer hun
dred feet. Could he clear this ho
might be saved. Ho was making good
way, but ever being drawn nearer and
nearer by tho resistloss current to his
destruction. Tho men on shore watched
his progress with feverish anxiety.
Another yard or two and ho would gain
the rocky ledge which ended tho fall,
and where the less dangerous rapids
began. Would he last?
The men clasped hands in their
strong excitement, and by a simultane
ous impulse cheered tho swimmer on.
The poor wrench heard it. It gave him
courage. One minute more and ho
would he clear; wi'.h renewed energy
he strove, and with a despairing effort
clutched the rock. His legs swung for
a second into tho milky iintss of .water
above tho cataract. Could ho bear tho
strain? A cheer from shore; a mighty
effort-he swung himself over, and
with a long, sweeping stroke dashed
down H o rapids and disappeared.
The men turned away, breathing
more freely, and returned us hastily as
possible to camp to report, Tho storm
still continued; the river had run up
the creek, and it was nightfall ere, wet
to the skin and chilled to the bones,
they gained the saloon. Hero all was
confusion; twenty tongues speaking at
once, aud all condemning "Soft Smith,"
Tho "judge" was present, and as tho
two men entered he said. "I'm kinder
sorry wo hanged that Mexican. We've
done him an injury, boys, I'm afeard."
"Save '.rouble iu the cud, mebbe,"
Raid another. Put the judgo shook his
"What's tho nialterP" inquired the
"Why, Soft Smith's a fool. He's
found his beasts safe ut home, where
they went 0' themselves, having broko
halter. Tho tracks wns tho Moxican's
tracks, but only to Ids own location.
We've dono that man wrong, ami I'm
ready to apologize; I can't any fairer.
Hero's his health!"
A voice from tho doorway replied. "I
drink to that!" and as ail eyes were
turned in the direction of the sound, a
ragged, half-naked form, tho limbs
bruised and bleeding from deep scratch
es walked up to tho bar. Terror sat
upon every countenance. Tho visitor
was the Mexican.
"Didn't yo didn't ye hang him?"
gasped tho sturdy but superstitious
judgo to his deputies.
"Ouess not," replied ono of tho pair
addressed. "He slipped into tho
river nnd swam across tho .Cataract
"Thunder! but I'm glad. Hero's my
hat, boys; fill in your dust now, and
let mm have it."
No second bidding was neodod. Very
soon the heap of gold-dust had reached
a goodly pile, to which bolt bmitti was
a most liberal contributor.
Ogden Smith was considerably
linliroml nt l.lll. ll.A f.ivUnii vtrnia riu
garded as a hero, and prospered. Tho
camp In timet was broken up, but there
are many still alive who remember that
swim for life across the Mnall rmtiko
A pretty woman In Ijlack passod tho
window. "Looks like a pretty young
widow, doesn't she? Don't vou like to
seo a pretty young widowP A pretty
..ii .... I.. 'I - - I
young Wiuow is aiwuys n pieasing
Bight?' "Yes, no loujj iu she isu I
ft,,,. THF.G3EAT -mlf
MUM M a V i.-Jj
Heuralgia, 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
No Proparntlon on earth equala Ft. J icons On. u
a taf', turr, timplr and eiriy Exlrnml Ki lucly.
a inai riiuina nui tne eornpamiiveiy inula outlay
of fto 4iiIm, and t-yery imu mllerui w kh pam
can have cheap aud pwitlve proof of i. claims.
Directions in Eleven Uuiifiiao!".
SCLD BY ALL DRTT00I9T8 AND DEALERS IS
A.VOGELER & CO.,
iialf (more. Std V. 8. J
a week in vntir own town. 9: outfit
..... K'.. ... I. ..., -...-........ .
iinr. .MMiri., i-.iroii.iij; ,:ew, capi
tal not required, we will furniah you
everything Many are making lor
tune Ladle ninke as much aa men,
and hnva and iriria make irreuL i.av
) ader, if you want a buhiiivraat which vou can
111 nke yreat pay a'l the timo yon work, wrileYir par
ticulars to 11. 1iHiit.11 & Co., rorilaul, .Maine.
Ml irALAtli SOCIETY,
UREKA! EU11EKA !!
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & OHWIAXS'
Mutual Aid Society
Organized .lulv Hth, 187", I mh r the Uwn 0
the State of Illinois. Coptrittit.eil.luIv
9, 11177, 1'uih r Actof t'onirriss.
p. o. scum
C. T. hL OD
..AHflPtuiil her retary
J. A. (jOLD.HTINE
KXECIJ'J'l VK COM MITTKK
H. LEhillTON. !.. (h. THOMAS.
J C. WHITE, w r. PITCH Kit,
I. S. Mcl.AlIEV.
HOAKI) )!' MAN'AGKItS:
William Ktratton. of Mrirtuni it IHrd. wledcsule
Krorera: l'ulil It. Sr htib, wholesale and retail ilnin
10 st ; lla.eu Laitihluii, co'iiuilsMon te.'rrhant; Jas.
K. Medahey, lumber dealer; J. J. (iunlnn, phys
ician; J. A. lioldMtne, of (m! Mine K .en witter,
vyholesale and retail dry ijoods. etc; Win. K. IMcn
er, nom-rul au'-nt; Henry l. Kllia, city printer and
book hinder; Choaley llayues. Cmpfr; Jno. C,.
White, assistant sicreinry nnd soili itor: Albert
Lewis, dealer in flour mid tfrain; K. Ilross. presl
dent Alexander County Hank; O. V. Ileiidrkks.
Contractor and builder; t'yrua Close, ifemral
scent; Tlioiniis Lewia. serietnry nnd attorney at
law; I.. S, Thomas, liroom miiini'aitiirer; W. V
Itusael, contrailor utul ttiilibr; ('. T, Itudd
aneht C.St, L.AN.O. ralliinnil ; Moses I'hUllp-.enr-tientnr;
II . A. Chumbley, ccmtrnf tor, Cairo, lll..
ld.'V. J. Spencer, cleriO'iimn. St a ilia, Mo.; .) II.
Hetliime, cirruit clerk, .Mississippi roimty, Charles
Ion, .Mo. ;. I. II .Moore .lawyer, Commerce, M.
1). tjlntfletarv. phvsli lau, Arllntlon, Ky .; .1. W.
Tarry, physician, Kulton, Kv.; Win. Ii mii, farmer,
Mnrry, Kv. ; A. Melnburh, iiiariulactiiri-r of sad
(llerv, Kvansvlllc, ltnl.;lkn Anderson, secretary
to superintendent C. St. L. .fc N O. railroad, Jack
son, Tenn.; J. S. Hobertson, phvslelan, While
villo, 'i'enri. I Thomas A. (isboni, Iiiinies maker,
Ilollvar.Teiin Win. !,. Walker. "Dixie Adver
tisln Aj(en3. IIollv Snrite'S. Mia
(ireat chance niako mon
ey. Those who always take
advantage of the yooil cliati
-cos to make tuo'iey that urn
..it., ...1 .11.. 1...
..IIV.I. ,1. ll..r.j III-, villi.:
weal t'ty, w hile t hose who do
not improve such chances remain In poyen.y. We
want many men, women, hoys hiiiI (,'irla to work foi
uarlKhthi their own localities. Any ono can do
the work properly from the first, start. The bust
ness will pay more lhan ten limes ordinary wntres.
KxpRiisivtt outllt furnished freo. o one whoenua
Res falls to iniiks money rapidly. You run devoie
your whole tlmo to the work, or only your spare
moments. Full information and all thai Is needed
sent freo. Address Htlnson A Co., Poitland, .Maine.
hi a hk. a
Vu 1 lows' 1 1 v 1 o phospl 1 i tes.
Is a coinblniitlon of Ilypophosphttes, originated
by me hi Canada while, under the process of pulmo
nary consumption, nnd which has since, been em
ployed by themeiiieul profession tliroticlinut Amur
en and Kiu'IuikI with iinproc.eden'nd sue.coss.
It conlulns lliu elements essential In tho atilnuil
organization, the (ixlili,tn aunits anil tonics,
In comlilniUlon with the stimnliuliiK airent plios
phortis.possesslnu the merit of lielnnsllfhlly alka
line, anil Is dispensed In the convenient ami palat
able form of a syrup.
Its effect are iiiua'ly vlslblo within twenty-four
hour and are marked by a sliniulatlonorthu appu
tltii, tho dinestlon nnd assimilation, enteriiiK di
rectly Into the circulation; it tonss the nerves nnd
muscles: exerls a healthy action of tl'UHccretlons;
neither rllsturlis the stomach nor Injures the system
under prnlotiifed use, and may bo (llsconllniied ut
any time without Inconvenience,
In a word ll possesses the stimulants to arouse
the stretmth, the 'tonic In retain it, mid merit of a
htull deuruo. , Very respectfully,
JAMK8 I. FELLOWS.
14?" Da not bo decolved by reinodles bcartiiKa
similar namo; 110 other preparation la a aubutltata
for this, under auy clrcuinslunce.
foil BALK Y DHUGUI8T8,
0(1, BUTTS' OSES
Treat all Chroulo Dleiuin, Bnrl mioss nation,
nl repiilJil ion thmutth Hit, uurlnunf oomnllc t(l i'fmm.
LN 0 ' SCRETIONerE X P O S U R H ir """
MSMHatfMiaiiBBMaattawaeiwawMMufcwRiMSwaiksf Inn af.
oiious of On, Olisiil, skin or l.o.., l., i,., with auo.
Ms. wlthoutiislniMrcuryor I oimiiious alsdielnes.
Y C.U NO MEN w'10 H'" ullrlu from I lunltwlii
minxurwni a a-.nl a dlatsiM. ili.u uuliu Its vic
tims for ho-int or marrlss. nermAninOy cniwl.
mrnmyt niwlniw ii.wnAbi 't wiii ih ,
piub4i i.oiiiulUiiuu it (iri'Jtii ie-i, tvbtcl, ti i'HiJU kmJ tnvtl
tl. Lut nf 'DliMioi fit hr iniwrrt'd by pit-niU ti'ir1ii( treat
Hi Dt tlitlUd ff lo III' jd ltei 1111 .ilt i ,
C.VrMMiB atTt-rlnir fruiu llnptur hwiil4 ud th-lr id JrM,
jut It ATM uwi'ihln Ui lliulr trilinulMK-. It t not ti ui,
CvOi''Uiiir'ii"i slriftlT cnnA'Iciitiil, km! .fiwA i bt i 'rei
120 Broadway, Now York,
of any Life Insurance. Company
IN THE WOULD.
. Why V
It alono issues
liieontosiibln 1 .'olioios,
stiptih tln that the contract of ll.sntiu.cu shall
Lot be (tlsii'ited" alter It is ihn-e yeata old,
and that such policies sl.iill he.
ou receipt of satisfucti ry proofs of death.
lis policy Is clear and concise, ami contains
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
N. II.-UKAI) YOl It I'Ol.ICIK". imparo ihn
short and simple form used by the Kiiiitafilo with
the lnnir and obsruru rorifrscts loaded downith
techiilealitles issued by other companies)
Its CASH RETURNS
to policy Lco'it'-rs are
N. H.- S.-e the many loiters from policy holders
c xprssrinu their Krttitleattnh 'lb the returt.s 'rom
their Tomuss .Savi.-.os I't sd l ot.ints.
Assets Securely Invested
Surplus Sec 11 pel v Inve-ted, nenrly
K. A . U URN KTT. A Kent.
Offlee.rornurl.1h and. Washington.
Novcinh. r Jt, lssl. m Hvy
OKAY'S SPECIFIC MFDIC1SE.
TRADE MRK. The Great Er-
lish remedy, An
Bnl.'illln run: for
potency and a'l
as a seijueote jfi
Of self abusr; HSvf A
jjeiore xawiifi-iiMT'-raa :;r ''--''After Tbldn.T.
Ti r m., ' ."'""
, b,i m i.i. a. tsr
rilmm ss of vision, premature old a;;"', v : d many
other itis. u-o-s that h ad t.) insatiltv,, consr.uiption
or a preniatuie rrave.
sryKull particulars In our pamphlet, which we
delae to send freo bv mall to everyone. s'fcfThd
Speetilc Medicine Is sold by all drui.'i.'t'" 41 t1 P"'
parKBt'e. or six packages for ',, or will be sent free
by Uniil on receipt of :he rnouev. hv addr.-s.iiif
THfc 1 j K A Y MKDlrlNK cm.,
Ki'Krauj, N . Y .
Sold in Cairo by Paul hrhnb.
6010 MtBAl AWAROn
tli A nth. if A u.- andsrnat Mt-.t
Irsl W ork.wvr.nosl 1 o. I.. t s.i.l
clrfAit, lM.luiM.tuUi,s io v..ry
miui...nUU..I "Urn S'SMmeaof J
or.N.II l'r.wrus n ;' liuul in
fi'ut Fr..i,cn rua.lin.sn. tMWM'd
fill! irilt .lit 1 in nt ...... ..k I ........ O.I
sot.-! iMtrvn., IjA irwerip.
Uiiii, ,,rK omy JlJfimnnt l.y ,
mail ; flliisu-sl.1 uirjil. S rents ;
I FWI1W fRVSiri V lesl Ins'ltsH... Or w 11 'par.
en.l n...A.l,lrm, enalxl M
, anv" mi uijiji . h 1;
AK.wi, (wkLaslil. Psrftiat frurranf, Kermhinr,
UniS bj a-l.i-.l llmr. Si I.n.y l.taal.. Illv..? l N. f.
Ijinerr, lliicbu. Mandrake, btiluucu nn l many
, f the Lfr-t mcditines known areC'iniijineiiiuPAK-
kkk's liiNi.Krt 'i'oNie.intiia nirdieiiioof such v.-,-J
ncil ao'l cmccUvc jnwerA,;ititoriinkeit IhcRicutcM
.hUtorl 1'iiiid-r aiel Liver Ki iuLdor an'l tho
Hi Htlleatth.i Strength lieatorer Evsr Used.
It cun t I'yhKtM.i, l-'.hcu.'iulisoi. heiirJi.i.
li-eplckknc!, unn all din-iisea of the ijtonuu.li,
llow-U, l.iins 1 iver anil Kiilneyi.
keineniLcr I '1 hit 'i'uMIC ii the T.ct Family
M'.di'.inc ever f.ide,niuli .rntirrly dillerrnt (phi.
'oiler,, l.ine'r Po.'.Hr.iti'ins,aiiilotli-rToiiii , a
.t iKvtrintoxi. .Uesl.iitciiies!ninlieiiiie.s N'ort'
t mitre w it1'., .vt.i-n ,n.r".f He t.y V (',. . N V
Parker's Hair Balsam
t(H Hfllt Thrift
timtii-Hl hi r r-
Wnnr mmI JnMAiiaf
To I'rtrVldv Kor
1 8 8 2 ,
Send f ;l n ut stamps for samples of 4 Magazines
you will be sure to want for vonrrhildreu.
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t'i 50 K year. The b"st, largest ami rno-t lully l!lus
trilled MayAzlne in the world for vouni peopli'.
ai v , . 1IA15YLANU
1 he baby a own Mnea.ine, more chiirinlnjr than ot
or lieforo. Only Ml cents a year
LITTLE- FOLKS' LEA PER.
A delightful and re il tied Monthly, for public and
private schools nnd homes. 75 cents a year.
t , TTIK PA TVS Y.
An lllustruli d Weekly lor younu people edited by
Mrs. (i. H. Alden (I'aiisy), especlal'y adupieil Tir
Sunday readlnir. M eenis a year. Address I. I.iv
Ihrop ,fc o., ',! Kraiiklin st , llostmi, Mass.
A Now and conipnito Hotel, frotitlnu ou Loveo
Second and ltullroad Streets,
Tb I'as'eni'r Depot of the Chlcncn, Ht. Lout
Rtir" .(iiw Drlf ;ns: Illinois Culitral; Wiilmsh, Ht.
Louts and 1'nelllc; Iron Mountain and Himlhnrn,
Mobile and Ohio; Cairo and St. Louis Hallways,
are all just across tho alrueli while lUu Htuauibuuv
LaiidiiiK Is but one suiiaru dlstnnti
This Hotel I heated by steam, has steam
Laundry, Ilvdraullo Ulevator, Klortrlc Call Hells.
Automatic Klro-Alarms. Ilaths. absolutely pure sir,
perlnct seworaire and complete, appointments,
Superb furnialiltiK; purfvet service; ami su un
Ij. V. PABKKH c COLosmoea
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