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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 11, 1882.
PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Pain in thoHyld.withndull sensation id
nlTbnxJi part, Paiffunde-r the ahoulder
lilado. fnois aftprjefttinK, with n disin
cli riKfi 6 n t o c-x'ertio a of bod y or mindj
IrritabUityjuf teiuper, Iiqw spiritsT-iONd
bf iicniorywith a fading of h nvlng neg
loctod "BomelfluijTwea'riijeM, Dlaminens,
t'luttering of the Ifeort, Dots before thft
cyos7V e U o wB k i n',U en d 11 ch e ," KeHtleas.
heaa at uifc'htTliighly colorod Urine.
IP THESE WARNINGS ARE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TUTTS PILLS re especially adapted to
auclicasoK.iiiiodoso r Herts siicliiH'liuiigo
of feeling a to i'tonisli tin- sofleri-r.
They IncMMtM-IItt A Hlilr. nnd cause lha
tssty'lo 'I Hlif Oil f'l-ll. lllllH It"' Mstctll I
nourUlieil. mnl livt.i -IrTonIr lelinimu Ilia
llK-alti-Oi'KUM, lU-iruliirfclmiUiire pro
duced. t'TWv i'i rents. lnrri St., VV.
Tun's hair dye,
Okay IlAlKorWiusKKHHrhaiiKed to a O Lossy
Iii.ai K bv n nini.li- iipplluition i'f i-ti i- Hi It
Itiipaita a minimi color, acts liiataiiNiiieously.
b iJ I, lfii,-..i:-tsr w-nt ny ne-iewi twfi4 of 11.
Office, 33 Murray St.. New York.
(fir. TI TTft IM l. of VnluaMr Infrim.Miin mil k
M llnviet. k imIImI UI.K urn .iIIcmIIoh. J
frpraln. rturns fxrahl. Hrulscs, Sure.
upn, lthf-nmatlsm, Koll, Mrer, Old
Hires, Toollinclio, lioHriiirlir, Nore
TUntiit, A hiIi ma, Iloarweness,
r VC, &c.
JTSTH I). Fl'LTON', I. f.. Brooklyn, N. Y.
Proving itself to be a necessity in our homo "
P. A. WKMKUVKLT. M. J.. Nashville. Term.
"Havo used lnr!0 quautitica of PoNU'a EXTRACT
In my practice."
Mr. S. It. MrfOItn, Matron. TTomo of Doiitituto
Children." Via liud it most cUk-acioua and use.
t notion.-rOXD'S F.XTRACT Is told on'y la
bottles with the name. Mown in thn glass.
t f It in uiiwifo to use. other articles with our
directions. luHiHt on having PO.VC'3 EXTRACT.
Itefuse ail imitations and substitutes,
SPECIAL PREPAItATIOX8 OF POND'S ES.
TRACT COMIU.Nl.! WITH TITK H'HtJl'
AND MOST MXTCAl K I'KliKLlIE.S
ron i-AUihs1 i;oci)oin.
Toilet ( nam 1.(1(1
Up Salve '',
Toilet SnaplScakes) fill
..firtc, $1.00 anil $1.75
I atarrh Cure ;."
Inhaler (Glass We.) I. till
asal Syrimre 2,"
Medicated Paper... Si
lainllv Syrlnirc $1.00.
Orders amounting to 1 5 worth, scut txpreiis freo
on rweipt of mon''y or P. 0. order.
A'aTOt'B Nkw pAiirni.KT vitu nifn-onr or ot n
I'iu.aiutioni, Sum UttE ox wuiav.os io
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
14 W. 14th St.. Now ToTlt.
I a preparation of I'rotoxldo of Iron, Peruvian
Hark and the Phusphati s. ansnelated with the
Veiretalile Arounitlen. KndnrKi il hy the Medtcai
Prufenlon. and recommended ty them fur !
pvpaln. i'ri-rul lelllll . mnlp !!
ra.rt, Wmil of Vitality. ervu lro.
ration, (nuinleiiri e from t'pversj
and ( lirnnlr hills nml l ever. It serve
evtry punioe vtlu re a Io.mc In utcosaiy.
Binofiftttroi by TlieDr.llarlcr Medicine Co, St. Lonil !
The following Is one of the very many tcstlm
Ciaia we are rccilvuif; dally:
CcnitVwn: Some three months auo I bejrn the
one of I hi. IIahti.u's IIIN ',,sn , upon the aJ
Vice of many friends who knew tt virtues. I was
lutferlnp from (.'em nil di'lilllly to tmeh an extent
that my Ulmr waaexeeedhiKly liiinleimouie tome.
A vacation of a luontti did mt .'ive me tniieh re
lief, hut on the contrary, v.;ia I,. Unwed hy In-creaM-d
profitratlon and t-liikliirr ehlllt. At till
time I bir.iii the ii.u of ymir Ikon ToMK'. fr-in
which I ri slued .iliin.st liuuiedlnte and wnnderful
refulls. 'i'neolil energy returned and I fuuud Hut
iny naiunil force w m hut pc riiinnc ully nhated, 1
have used three liotllcsuf Ihe'l'i iMr. Blnee unlng
ill have done tw lee thelatior that 1 ever did in thu
same time during my Illness, and wllh doulilu the
ease. Willi thu tnuuuil nerve and v Ivor of hud y,
Las come aim a ch anu s, of tlnnieht never before
enjoyed. Il the 'J'oMC has tint dime Uiu work, I
know nut Vihai. 1 rive It the credit.
XI... I t'lfll.-rillll, -..,, r.
J. 1'. VA IXi.
Troy.O., Ju.2, 1878.
I'astur . hrlnUau Church.
'Sale by Dru2'st and Central Dwtcrj Everywhere
801 So. Clark St. CHUMP), ILL.
The latent and niwit r!cntlflc liiK'iuillmi In the
Tnited Mati-ii, Inr the ( uri- of I'h runic and I'rlvnto
dlaeannn, iii:orrhu'a. (ilei t of Iiiiik iHunilln. Stric
tnr, Orrlittln, lniiure. l:icnni., of thu kin and
bone., r..rcursnl "ore tlinnt vie. Pafelv mid rivni
lytrcsted. KPhllH ITOIIHIKK. s. x'tml Deliilliy
Kprtitll; flirt it. .innj Men nullerinu' Irom c;ik
tit. cuui"'(l li) lmiirud' Hie. filet liililtn. cxc.i'
, iMoiliii iiic i m i i on Uih hire, r'l-ii ol Ilium! tu
thu hil, I'liiiT'i-inn of liti'im. hi'ailiu liu. (li-leelivo
Dieniury, lur. lit fi'uniii mimt. liil.l l iie., aver.
iou Ui rw-ieiy, i'!ei'pli'-iiiieh''. MTMim jiruitr.
tlon, Kenetiil ileliilliy u'.il tmLfenilun, rendering
niurr :;e iinpropcr, Mite Iv run.il. We icunri litie
(urea In All t am', we uuid rttik'-. rifi tu-e l to puller
One lr lin.:er. I' inter our tieatinent tlielioily la
tnahleii to tnke on llli. tin: ai.riuu is Inertiapcd
and tlio wliulu Ki.li ni in iimnl-hea niucili' tin
bruin and nerve " rv in tln ir vlttor. Correi'ion.
dtriic ei..oiifli' iitinl. lull iliretlioiii aentwtlh tU
aavdluinee. Ai.dieur a ubuve.
'A he l'un ui mnl lli'l .Mulii ini' hit Mudu.
Aei'linhlnalliin of Hops, Duchu, Mrn
draklfl aim Dandfilion, ii d i'" t"t ii'l
DKWtcVumtlM irn.-Mle i t hll lltlilT Kltt.'IH,
niak o tin rt iu.-1-t Blood Purifier, Liver
Rfltf u IX .1 tor. I.'1' n'iil Healiu tw.iumi
HodlKMiJ.n I"'ly ,,t wheri-n.ip
llitleni are ur"liH' viujuJ and l fuel aru their
o'nite'li g a
lit; elve jjwlilft Kti::ft:lhsoluilsara.
To all wliraw oV",''"!"1" Ul"'""' ,r,, '"ll"rl'
yulroan A.KtluV t..ni' '' ild Mniiulant,
lt,,, llltur. aiv lvruV'l,k'i without Intox
lent in (j. auri
hu matwr what jour f,ellniri or .r'ntJUimii
re what tlio dtm or aiiln"t ' ""I' Hn
tra. Illn'laltulllllyJUl,, l' hut If you
onlrfuelo.il or nilw lanlti.l11 H'em at me m
It may tar yuiirllfe.lt liarl1 " d liundreila,
g500lUIri',f,",,1"l'" V"'r "t
euie ur u.l(.. Ix. not, .infer V'-V;' your (i kii,
ulfxr.liul iwo and uritu Uieui"01"" Hop B
Bmnlr, fte-p Ulitem la nJV rtrumnH
drunken morula, 1ml I In i'uivnta n lt
MmIIi'Ih' r iail ; l11" MAUIiaw "Uknd
and HOI'f" and w lenioU or fainlly jm
aiumlrl I witlmut Uieio. A f
Rl O I. n tHiit- n1 Irrwlirtliile nun-
,"rl'ruiikeinieii,u'otoiiliiin, Ioimwo ainllj
nan-nth-a. aJianl l l. ; w.o.t. tadfL
loi Olu ular. U. mum H. , 71
IMlJMUIUIIlatti 'MTf " '
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li t' twelve linen of solid type to the Inch.
To r Ltiinr advertiser we offer tnponor inaaee-
m -n :othato rate of coarcc ana manner oi
J si IsytiiK their favors.
Hi i paper may he found on nie at ueo. r. noweii
t (V. s Sewsminer Advertlsluif Barean, (10 Spruce
fro-1 ;whoie ad-.ertlslng contract may be made
I r tl In New Yoi.
Communication unon inhlectsof ireneral lntoreM
to tbv public are at till time acceptable. Rojecttd
nitnuscrtpi wilt not De ifinrueQ.
Letters ana comm .uration enonio ne taaresteo
1'. A. Iluruett, t'nlro, lUiuuU.
Young Ladies Badly Mixed.
Tlits editor ff tho Storm Lnko Nlot is
fin easy, "Tiwcftill writer, careful withal,
but lu lias a forman adilictt'd to rsinok-
. Hoci'iitly tlio (nlitor visited a liord
short-in irns and wrote them up. The
same week there was a concert given by
a few young ladies of the city. The
editor wrote thu up also in hid most
Uowery style, but thu smoking foreman
who hail been using tobacco very freely
before making up tho forms mixed up
the two editorials, and they read as fob
"Tho conerrt jrlvfn last cvcnlnir by sixteen
of Sturm l.iiku's most lieuiitiful umi Interesting
young linli'-H was hlirhly ntiprvclitti-d. They
were' idiKiintly drvssod and eimtf In a mrxtt
chin nun .' muiiiii'r, winnimf tho plaudits of the
entire au lii nee, who promitiiiei.il them the
finest short-horns in the cnunty. A few ol
them tiro of a rich brown color, but tho majori
ty Hn tr otted Lrown and while. Several ol
tlio iHMfein welk'hod us hlirh ns tltteen hundred
pouinls, ti-io liiiitied, tivhl-limlied itniinuls, nod
priiiiiino to prove (rood brooders. They hi o said
io tie excellent milkers, und as hlirh us twenty
five pounds of butter buvo been niudo from
one lu u hhikIo week."
It may be unnecessary to add that the
luckless editor had to face a "storm ol
indignation from Storm Lake's most
beautiful and interesting young ladies,"
and tin; foreman has sworn never to
touch tobacco in any form again.
Cherokee (Iowa) Times.
Sober Second Thoughts.
"I don't care for money," saidGeorge
Sand, "but for spending "it."
When you make love to her the cold
woman says, "No:" tho passionate,
'Yes;" tho capricious, "Yes and no,"
and tlio coquettish neither "Yes" noi
J)o not marry, because your wife will
be ugly or she will bo pretty. 1 n the
former case you won't like her; in tbe
latter some one else will.
Tho men who make fewest conquests
among women of tho world are those
wlio have the best opinion of them.
Services to be rendered reconcile
friends whom service rendered have
Consolations console only those who
tiro willing to be consoled.
The Easy Way.
An old lady in tho country had o
dandy from town to dine with her on a
certain occasion, and on tho table was
an enormous apple pie. "La, madam,"
said the gentleman, "how do you man
age to made such a pie.
"Kasy enough," was the reply. "We
make the cru.st in a wheelbarrow, wheel
it under an apple tree, and then shake
fruit down into it." '-.-,j-jsrw
Mrs. I'artiiigton Says
Don't take any of the quack rostrums, as
they ate regimental to the human cistern;
but put your trust in Hop Hitters, which
will dire general dilapidation, costive
habits and all comic diseases. They saved
Isaac from a severe extract of tripod fever.
They are the tie plus unum of medicines.
Jii'gulate the Secretions.
In our endeavors to tireservo health it i
of the utmost importance that we keen the
secretory system in perfect condition. The
wen Know remedy Kidney-W ort, Ims spe
cific action on the kidneys, liver and bowels.
Use it instead of dosing with vile bitters or
drastic pills. It is purely vegetable, and is
prompt but mild in action. It is prepared
n both dry anp liquid form and sold by
rugiriats c verywhere. Komling Eagle.
Cleansing Dairy Stables.
This is a work every dairyman in this
latitude, w ho does anything like justice
to his herd, has daily to perform. The
manner in which he does it modifies the
results tif his business. If done in a
slovenly, slip-shod sort of way, bis herd
may go along all w inter without becom
ing fatally sick, or losing all tlieir
strength, and stupid herdsman never
notice that there is anything wrong
about them. Huk an observing dairy
man will readily discern tlio difference
betwcenkecpingeowsinafoulor an odor
less stable. Intelligent horsemen ap
preciate the dill'erenee, and take great
pains in keeping their stable! clean and
free from oli'ensive odors, and they find
that it pays in tho increased health ami
vigor of tlieir horses, and in tho cost ol
their keeping food being always better
digested and appropriated by healthy
than by sickly animals. Cows arn as
much affected by having their stables
clean or foul as horses1 though they are
less demonstrative in manifesting it.
.Ureal hing the stench from tho stable
allccts them all over, and sickens nnd
weakens them. When an ox is taken
from a filthy stall in which ho has been
coiilined to fatten, and slaughtered at
once upon his removal from it, every
pound of his flesh and fat will bo fla
vored by the stall and betray something
of its otlor. When au animal's Ilesh and
whole body are thus saturated with nox
ious ellluvia, what else could bo expect
ed than general debility and a loss ol
lle-li, as well as a loss of vigor, and at
least a tendency to disease, if It is not
positively produced? Xatioml Live
Stork Jouruul Cliicd'jo.
Skin Plswws Cured.
Hy Dr. FruziiVn Mayic Ointment. Cures
rs if by magic, l'imples, Ulack Heads or
Grubs, Blotches and Eruptions on tho face,
leaving tho skin clear, healthy and beauti
ful. Also cures Itch, Barber's Itch, Salt
llhcum, Tetter, Ringworm, Scald Head,
Chapped Hands, Poro Nipples, Soro Lips,
old, obstinate Ulcers and Sores, Ac.
F. Drake, Esq., Cleveland, O., sulTered
beyond all description from a skin disease
which appeared on his hands, head and
face, and nearly destroyed his eyes. Tho
most carelul doctoring failed to help him,
and after all had failed ho used Dr. Fra
zier's Magic Ointment and was cured by a
J-tTTlio first and only positive cure for
skin diseases ever discovered.
Sent by mail on receipt of price, Fifty
IlEXitv & Co., Solo Propr's,
For Blind Bleeding, Itching or Ulcerated
Biles, Dr. William's Indian Ointment is a
sure cure. Price f 1.00, by mail. Fur sale
For sale by fieo. E. O'llara.
KiciiAKDSos Co., Wholesale Agts.
I havo had much trouble and annoy
ance on account of incompetent servaitl
girls, (says a Western woman,) and havo
about given up the hope of procuring
one. My experiences havo been varied.
Last fall I engaged a nymph called Cleoj
atra. She wanted twenty-seven dollars
per mouth, and the use of the piano. I
was so sure that she was a gootl girl
that I engaged her. Cleopatra had so
many lovers that we had to move the
sofa "into the kitchen on Sundays, and
do as best we could without it. Wc
wanted to throw all the home Influences
wo could around Cleopatra, so that sho
Would feel perfectly cheerful and liko
one of the family. 'Sho used to wearmy
dresses when I was away, but when I
asked her to let me wear her wardrobe
she seemed hurt, and her whole system
was churned up by convulsive sobs. By
and-by my dresses got very shabby, as
tho result of continuous wear by Cleopa
tra and myself, and so she got discon
tented, anil went away. Then I got a
nice girl from Nebraska; but just tusshe
had learned to make a tie that would
yield to the softening influence of time,
she married a miner. Then I secured a
girl from the old country. She couldn't
speak tin; English language lluently.and
so wu didn't have a very sociable time
of it. When I would tell her to wash
the dishes, she would generally blaek
the stove, or bring in a hod of coal.
Finally she poured a plateful of hot soup
in my husband's lap, and the proceeding
caused a lasting coolness between them
which resulted in a separation. After
that I got a hollow-eyed girl from Fort
Collins. She wits an orphan, with palo
hair, that she used to work up in tho
hash. She was proud and impulsive in
her nature, and ate everything in tho
house. We used to hear her in the mid
dle of the night, foraging arountl after
cold pie and fragments of rich and ex
pensive food. She had a singular yearn
ing for jam, and an impassioned longing
fur preserves, that we never succeeded
in quenching. When the jelly and fruit
cake gave out, she would sadly turn her
attention to cold ham and mustard.with
tho smouldering ruins of baked beans
and cold cabbage and vinegar. Wo
stood it till groceries came up so, and
apples were seven dollars and a half a
barrel, and then wc asked her to send in
her resignation. Now I do my own
Cigar-Stubs and Opium.
I ran across a cigarette factory the
other day. Whew! I wouldn't write
or, rather, you wouldn't dare print what
I saw. Dirty butts of cigars fresh from
the filth of the muddy streets are tho
cleanest and nicest of 'the material used
in compiling these precious roads to
ruin. I came down town on a Madison
avenue car recently, and on the tail end
there were three little, chaps, the oldest
about 11. Each smoked a cigarette and
spat his little life away. I ventured to
ask if they enjoyed the odor. They
said they did. And the taste? Certain
ly. On inquiring, I found they had a
well-known brand of cigarette, noted
for its "opium soak" and its terrible
smell when burning. Poor little devils.
They can't last long. They were palo
and sickly, puny and offensive. What
kind of men will they make? Men?
They're men already in their own eyes.
They and a majority of our little lads
are full of slung of the dav, up in all the
catches, and abundantly able to holdup
their end of a conversation. I subse
quently saw these three boys in Niblo's
Garden. It would have done you good
to hear them talk. A blind man might
reasonably think he was listening to
three old men. Nothing was new. They
had seen it all before, and better done
at that. Down went the curtain, out
went the boys, but before they felt the
first breath of the fresh air from the
street each puny hand held a cigarette
to the vile-smelling mouth, and pull'!
pull'! they sickened everybody in thcit
vicinity. This is an old grievance of
mine, and I don't care to bore you with
it, but I feel it keenly.
Day by day vice grows stronger.
There was a lime when 'cigarette smok
ing was conlined almost entirely to Cu
bans, who knew what good tobacco was
and made their own cigarettes. Gradu
ally the habit spread. Dealers followed
suit. Makers became unscrupulous.
Little dirty boys were sent out to pick
up cigar stumps. Other equally disgust
ing material was also utilized". Opium
was made to do duty. Cheap paper
took the place of rice paper. I wish
these boys could see thestull' tlieirpaper
is made from? Wouldn't it turn their
little stomachs? I trow, I trow. Tho
cheap paper, the old stumps, the opium,
and the chemicals used to make them
".strong" deserve to be shown up. Pa
rents have no influence with tlieir sons.
Why not? Because they smoke cigars
or pipes themselves. The boys charge
all the good advice they get to their
fathers' desire to keen them dtwn
Tl i oiii is but ono way to ileal with Ameri
can boys. Uoason with them through
their eyes. If every nicotincd stomach
was made public, if every time a fellow
died of too much cigarette the fact was
made known, if tho proud boys could ho
shown a rag factory und stump grind
er)', it seems to me the cigarette business
would bo wound up very mm.Jwph
Howard in tho l'hiltithljihia Times.
GREAT Gkum DESTROYER.
Prophylactic Fluid !
t'leer purl lied and heal
ed, (liinu'reno pre
vented and cured.
Wound lieiiled rapidly.
Scurvy cured lu short
Teller dried up.
It Is perfectly harmless.
For sore throat It 1 a
Ebadicat I) D
l Olllulol. 11,-nllovcil.
8!ck rooms purl lied and
Fevered mid "lek per
sons relieved und r
frccucd bv linthltiK
fluid added to I he
Soft white complexion
secured by Its use lu
Impure ulr made, harm
lens und purified hy
To purify the breath,
dean sti the teeth, it
can't he surpassed.
Catarrh relieved and
Erysipelas cured .
burns trlleveil ltis;titly.
Kctuovc nil unpleasant
l liuielll 111- hlpntell.
Ship fever prevented by
in canes of death in thu
house, It should al
ways hit used about
tlui corpse It will
prevent auy unpless
nut smell. Au anti
dote for aid n ul or vet
etalile poisons, stints,
Unliireroll ellluvlus of
sick rooms and hospit
als removed by its use
Yellow lever eradicated.
In fact it Is the ureat
Disinfectant anil Purifier.
Mariitfncturlni! Chemists, SOI.K I'ltOPKIETOIiS
Tubertiilni' l)iKiif-- ot J -tin una ml
J ti'oin-lii t is
Tubercular consumption of thr lungs Is that
form of Ihe disease ino-t common, most fatal, and
until rectify cimsidered inciir.ihle. Tubercle
from which the i nuie derived, Is a morbid pro
unci, d pc.i-ceu Irum (Uncased blood In various
parts of the body: and !n proportion as that fluid
Is impure, and leu ih ol time It remain so, will
ttlbcrculur (liulhei-is Cniitiriue.
K.u.1, U.vEit, Mass , March J'th, IsT'J.
Jamee I Feilows. V.n
Dear Sir: Abo'it three yiars a-o I was attacked
with ' ram hiiis and fiberru ar disease of the left
lunt;, ami sintered for two vears so severely that I
was unable In attend to luisir.es. About a year ago
i was advised to trv fellows' syrup 'I llvpnpuo
phites. and heh.re 1 ha' finished one bottle my up
petite and strcnuOi were yreatly improved; my
coUL'k became less troub i some, my sleep wa
sound and relresliiny, whbh had not been the case
for over a year. I had curb-red from nervousness
und dillicult brcathti i ull the tinie I was sick; hut
your syrap has cured It all I advise all person
a lllir.tcd s I was to use KcllowV byrup of Hypo
phosphites. (Sitrned) JAMES II. 8TKWAHT.
An etiilless chain of l'ooiI etl-cts is formed by
Fellows' Compound syrup of Iiypophosphites, and
we are safe in saying, from a lone experience lu
medicin -, lis virtues are not possessed by any oth
For Sale by all Drnciiiste.
you sulTet from dys ..epsta, nso
DUKDOCK UL00I) IilTTKUS.
If you urc ull'.ictcrl with biliousness, use
lit lilKX'K 111.001) HITTERS,
tf you are prostrated with sii k headacke, take
IiUliiXJCK lll.oon HITTERS
If your bowels toe disordered regulate them with
HUlliOCK I'.LOOD IUTTKR.S.
If your blond Is Impure, purify It with
MrilDOCK 11L00D WITTERS
If you have Indigestion, you will find an antidote in
IH'KDOCK IiLOOD HITTERS.
If you are troubled with sprint; complii. ids, erudl
lento them with llt'RDOCK HI.OOD HITTERS.
II your liver Is torpid restore it to healthy action
with HCIlDOC'K HI.OOD IUTTKR.S,
If your llv-jr Is nllecti.-d you will find a shuru restor
ative In HI.'RDOCK lil.OU!) HI ITERS.
If you have any specie of humor or pimple, full
not to take Hl'KDOCK 111,001) HITTERS.
If you have any Hlniptoins of ulcMrs or scrofulous
sores, a curative remedy will bo found In
HI'RDOt K HI.OOD HITTERS.
For Imparting Mrcnu'lh and vitality to the system,
liothlni! can cipial HL'RDOCK HI.OOD HITTERS.
For Nervous aud (ieneral Debility, tone up thu
yatem Willi IIL'RDOC K HLOUD HITTERS
PhicK gl pen iiimi.t:; Tin al iioiti.cn, li)ii,
FO.STEK, MJLBl'KN it CO., Prop'rs,
Bl'FFAI.O, N. Y.
For sale, by I'Al'I. (i. (SCHL'II, cn
rV,"'l'iess now before the public
J I I U'ou can make money faster at
work lor us than al anything
e'sc, Caplliil not needed. Wo
will start you. mt a day and
onwards made at boms bv tho
Industrious men, women, buys and iml- wanted ev
erywhere to work for us, .Now Is thu time. You
can work In spuru time only or ulve your wholu tlmu
to the business You ran live at homo aud do tho
work. No other business will pay you nearly us
we'd. No one can fall to make enormous pay by
enuatillix at oncu. Costly out lit nnd term frcu.
Money male fast, easllv and honorably. Address
True A; Co., Augusta, Mainu, ln-yn.
(t HAY'S SPECIFIC MKMCINK.
TRADEMARK. Thti Oreut Kiik-
llsh remedy, An
unliilllnn cure for
spermut irrhea, im
potency aad all
disease that folowr
a a sentience
Before Tttkirjg'O'iversiiiiassitu.iei ni.
lialn in thu inck.ttuor AaKUia,
dimness of vision, preuialiiru old ni(0, d many
oilier disease that lead to Insanltv, consumption
or a premature vravs.
yr-Full particular In our pamphlet, whlrh we
desiae to send free bv mull to evervono, I V.Tbo
Speclllc Metllclnu Is sold bv all druuttlsts at ft tier
pacKiiire, or six parknue for $.1, or will be.eiit free
bv Uiuilou receipt oflhe tnonev, bv addresslnir.
TIIS GRAY M KDIC1NK CO, ,
HurrALo, N . Y .
bold In Cairo bv Paul Bchuh.
I W avail 2 I " er i
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIKU & CO..
Cor.Ninotconthtreetl PoJua Til
Commercial AveuDol IvilllUi J 11.
8TOVE8 AND TIN WARS.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES
Manufacturer ol and Dealer in
TIN, COPPEU & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OF JOD WOKE DONE TO OUDKR.
NO. 27 EIGI1TII STREET,
Cairo. - Illinois
yfll. M. BAXTER & CO.,
PURE LIQUID PAINTS, WHITE LEAD
Zincs, and Colors,
Xo. 52 Pearl (Street, NEW YORK.
Our Liquid Paint are ready for Immediate use on
opening the packages, no oil, spirit of turpentine
it dryer being required.
Purity Wc guarantee their absolute purity and
Iheir freedom from barytes. clay, alkalis, water,
benzine, soap and other article which are used to
adulterate liquid taints.
Covering Capacity. They weigh fifteen to six
teen pounds to the gallon, and will cover better
and more eurface than any chemical paints nr those
containing barytes or clay, a these add weight
Permanency of Color Ureat rare has been taken
lu selecting colors for tinting, and we use only per
manent colors, consequently our tint do not fade.
Couvenlecce Any one who rau use a paint
brush can apply these paints, and being ready for
use, tbure Is no waste or excess of material, as is
the case often when lead, oil and turpentine have
to he purchased- Tho color, can alway ho exactly
matched and there is n ' necessity of having two or
three shades on the same building, a it often the
case when tint are made experimentally.
Our Pure Liquid Palm are put up in email can
from 1 to 5 lbs , and also hy the gallon, In package
from can of Yv 1, i, 3 and !S galls , to keg of lu, 13
and i! gall., aud bills, of 4') galls.
Sample '.'tvd and "ice List milled to any ad.
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hhrbest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
rjlHE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
71 OUIO LEVEE.
A General Banking business
TIIOS. V. IIALLIDAY,
JNTERPRISE SAVING HANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
THUS, V. IIAI.r.IIAV,
PROPRIETOR OF BPROAT'8 PATENT
Wholosalo Doalor in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
P. HEED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialty.
o Je v lOKl
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
Y. Thomas "VVitham.
Attounky and CocNsiLLon at Law,
Will practice In all the courts of Missouri and
lllltiuU, local and supreme; and lu thu United
States court for thu Eastern district of Missouri.
Clnlnn, collections, taxes, titles aud loans at
Real Kitutu bought aud lold ou toumiliilon, '
120 Broadway, New York,
of any Life Insurance Company
IN TH10 WOULD.
It alone Issue
stipulating that the ronioict of Insurance ''shall
not bo dlstitited" alter II Is three year old,
aud thut such policies shall he
on receipt of satisfactory proofs of death.
its policy is clear and concise, arid contain
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
N. li.-RKAD Yol'lt FOLK DN. Compare tho
short and simple form used by ihe Equitable with
the long and obscure contracts luadcd down with
technicalities Issued by other coinpunicsl
Ds CASH RETURNS
to policy holder are
N. II. Sec the niat.v letters from policy holder
exprssslng their gratiiica'lun with the return from
their losrisi Savim,-. i'r.vn i'nj.icms.
Reeiiuwi of its
Assets Securely Invested
Surplus Securely Inve-ted, nearly
K. A . li U 1 N KTT. A ent.
Office, corner Pith and WaMilngton.
November -it, 1S. mw
Ml'Tl'AL AID SOCIETY.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR.
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
OrcanizetlJulvHth, 1R77, 1'nder the Law o
th Jtttteof Jlllnois. Copyritliteil Julv
I', 1377, Under ArttiMVnirrn.
p. a. sciivii
.1 . A (.tlMWTIvi.-
J. J. .()RI)ON. '.'.'.'.
JOHN C. WHITE
KXKC L'TI V J-: CO M M ITT K K-
H. LEKillTON, L. S. THOMAS.
J. C. WHITE, W. F. PITCHER,
J. S. McOAHEY.
HOARD OP' MANAOKRS:
William Hrntton, of Stratum lllrd, wholesale
K"'"", i inn ,-cuuu, wnoiesaieutia retail drug-
tin. .ini n iKiuoii, commission men naut ;
S. Mcliahev. Illlnbi-r ili alr-r- .1 .1 i:,.r.l..n .
Iclan; J. A. tioldstlne, ofdoldstlue & liosenwater,
wooiesaie uori retail ory goons, etc; Win Y
er, general agent; Henry II. Kilts, city prltite
book binder; l hesley llayiies, Cooper; Jno.
vtliiic, assistant secretnry and solicitor:
Lewis, dealer in four and grain ; F. llross
i ..ul A ..viifiller t .mtilv lti...l. . , it, .. . .
-.-y .-uni. , v.. lt . iienurlcks,
eontract.ir and builder; Cyrus Close, genera
agent ; I homas Lewis, secretary and attorney at
law; L.H, Thomas, broom manufacturer; W K
Kussel, contractor and holder; C. T, liudd
agent C. St. L. AN. O rall.ioad;Mr;ses Phlllips.car
iieiiter; II . A. Chiimbley, contractor, Cairo, Ills
Rev. , I. Spencer, clergviiinn, St Letils, Mo ; .) H
Hctliune, circuit clerk, Mississippi county, Charles
ton, Mu. ; .1. II Moore , luwver, Commerce, Mo
I). Kingletarv, phvslclnn, Arlington, Ky J W
Tarry, phvsiclan. Fulton, Kv. ; Win. Ryan, ujmvt
Murrv, Kv.jA. Slelnhach, maniimcturer of ad
dlerv.Evansvllle. Ind.;lke Anderson, serretarv
to suiierlnterideiit C St. L. Jt N O. railroad, Jack
son,leiin.;.I. S. Robertson, phvsiclan. White.
villii.Toim.; Thomas A. lisbnri, harness tiX,
Hollvar.Teiin. Wm. L, Walke , .'1 xle Adw
(IT Ihlu .1 1..
"J tola sliupln water
1 -"ir irivemion niiiv
av'id mi the labor and
'"Jury of driving hoi
'lew li,, Maehlnn. Ovei
9.0 of these Ilaeku
"liter Motors, nolseles
"', ormimentiii, (al)t.
n tt" 8, W'H M-
: e-i "re now-
Per fee 1. .,i..r..i
Two sles are ,,m,u fo;
I oiisehobl Newln Ma
eldne 1 PH.,
E7t", . Alw larger
HACK US WATKR .Tra . V. . ; r,'Ul1
Kend for Circular to J
This 1b tho
Most Economical Power Known
FOR DRIVING LIUHT MACHINERY !
It take but little room.
It never gut out of repair.
II caunot blow up.
It requires no fuol.
mi 1 . . - . Jt uocd 110 engineer
There Is no delay i no flrltiR up j no as,e to S
away ; no extra Insurance tu pay ; no repair,
lug necessary j no coal hills t0 ,,gv'
and it li alway ready lor use.
It is Very Cheap.
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