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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 12, 18,2.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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CAIRO, ILLINOIS .
HNTKHKU AT TU8 POST orKlO IN CA1H0, 1L
LINOIS, AS dltOONIVfnlW MATTER.
KloiAL PA Pit K UK CITY AND OOUNTT
SPECIAL LOCAL lTEIS.
Notico in tbie column, eignt eonta per Una for
rrt-timt Av centa par line each uhnvauvut Inior
i iu inaor
tfun. Kur on wwik. sucouia per lino,
n.onth, 60 ceuta per line.
We are nih riz(1 to annoiincu the name of
ADOI.PH HWOlloDA an a citnctttUtu for re-iduO'
tiiin to thtt ofllce of Alderman of Iho Fourth ward
at too emului! city election.
Wearaaulhorixcdtnaniouuco that THUS. W
IIALI.IUAY a a candidal!) fur ro election as Al-
(lvrmau from the nun ware ai tue unming city
We are amhorlzed to anuounco that Mr. II. F.
IU.AKK will bo acaudldaie for re-election to the
city council from tlio Third ward at tbu ensuing
Uso Tub Caiiio Bulletin perforated
scratch-book, tumle of calendered jute
manilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
rale, in three sizes, at the olhco. No. S! and
five and tea cents each by the single one,
by the dozen or by the hundred, no varia
tion in prices.
Mit. F. L. Gkknioon will open a new
barbershop on Sixth street neHr Com
mercial avenue, on the 15th.
ITouse on south side of Fourth street, near
Washington avenue suitable for business
or boarding house. Enquire of II. Burk,
comer of Fourth street and Washington
Grand Opening: "-"-d Grand Display
Of millinery and fancy goods, Thursday,
Friday and Saturday, April 13, 14 and 15,
1683 at Mrs. S. Williamson's, Seventh
street, one door west of Commercial avenue.
You are cordially invited to coino and
look through our elegant assortment of
Having disposed of my Photograph Gal
lery to Mr. Phelps, of Muscatine, Iowa, I
take tho method of recommending him to
the citizens of Cairo and vicinity. Mr.
Phelps has been in my employ as operator
for the past six months, and j hereby cheer
fully recommend him as being a courteous
gentleman and a thorough and experienced
photographer in all branches pertaining to
the photographic art, and bespeak for him
a liberal share of the publicjpatronage.
A special communication of Cairo Lodgo
No. 237 A. F. and A. M. will be held at
Masonic hall at 8 o'clock p. m. this (Wed
nesday) evening, 'April 12th.
It W. A. Sloo, Secretary.
Notico is hereby given that tho co
partnership heretofore existing between
the undersigned under the firm name of
"Livings & Jones" has this tiny been dis
solved by mutual consent, A. 0. Livings
withdrawing from the firm, Hiid Hugh P.
Jones collecting all debts due the firm and
assuming all liabilities.
A. G. Livixos.
Cairo, Ills., April 11th, 1833.
Mu. Gkhnioon invites his friends to call
at his new shop on Sixtn street.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured aid for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
A New Baio;ku Siior neat and hand
somely equipped just opened by F. L.
Gernigon iu the building, come: Sixth and
Commercial. Call and see him.
A Popular Tonic
KOR WKAK LUNGS AND CONSUMPTION.
No preparation ever introduced to the
American public, for tho relief and cure of
Coughs, (klds, Sore Throat, Debilitated
Constitutions, Weakness of the Lungs or
Consumption in the incipient or advanced
stages of the disease, lias ever met with the
indorsements of physicians or patients as
the celebrated "Tolu, ltock and Rye." The
repeated and continued sales of the article
everywhere are the best evidence of its real
merits. Letters and testimonals,from every
quarter of tho country, attesting tho stim
ulating, tonic and healing ejects, are in
possession of tho proprietors, and can be
adduced to convince tho most skeptical
reader of its intrinsic virtues. Further
commendation is unnecessary and super
fluous, as a trial of this article, having n
pleasant taste and agreeable flavor, will
satisfy all those who are afflicted or pining
away with pulmonary weakness of the re
lief to be secured by the use of Tolu, Rock
and ltye. Chicago Times.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In the eoinmnt, ten conn por line,
ten maeruon. Jiaraea
New wall paper at Jefl Clark's.
Red Wing bag been indulging in an
Imported potatoes, fifty bbls, for sale
at $2.23 per bbl. G. II. Jackson & Co. 2t
Buy Dado window curtains from Jeff
M. Clark. tf.
Martial law has been declared in
Ilaytl to crush a revolution which broke
out on the night of the 6th inst.
Mr. Rice, we are glad to say, is im
proving, and hopes to be out in a day or
All latest itylca of wall pnper at Jeff
Blanks to be filled in for publication
of tax purchasers notice will be furnished
free of charge ou application at Tun Bul
letin office. tt.
S'.'o Jeff Clark's wall piper before
N.iw is tho timn for disinfectants.
Dont bo stingy now. Every cent will yield
compound interest in health in tho near
It seems that Mr. Chandler has some
show for confirmation as naval secrctaiy
Grant's influence is again felt at thocapitol
as well as at the white house.
Tho proposition to erect a new res!
dence for the president at Washington is
renewed. Tho present white house is not
good enough for "lonely" Mr. Arthur.
Tho voters of East St. Louis havo de
termined to dispense with a high school
and to rest satisfied with tho common
school and elementary branches.
And now it is Clinton B. Fisk, of Fisk
& Hatch, who steps forward to answer a
::harge of fraud in the sale of a silver mint.
Thus, one by one, the roses fall.
Gen. W. S. Rosecrans lias been elected
permanent president of the democratic con
gressional joint committee. Thus rebels
will take tho lead in the democratic ranks.
Patsey Devine, on a third trial for
murder at Clinton, III., has been sentenced
to bo hanged May 12. By reference to tho
almanac, we are assured that is a good day
Cairo enterprise amounts to something.
We observed on tho street yesterday for
shipment to St. Louis several log-wagons
from tho shop of Mr. John Major, on Tenth
"Tree planting" day promises to be-
come the spring festival of the Americans
as Thanksgiving is of autumn. It would
bo both useful and agreeable if generally
The weather, as we nre preparing to go
to Dress, threatens a snow storm, and we
would not bo surprised if our readers enjoy
their Bulletin in a morning robed in a
garment of Bnow.
Kitty Mulcahcy, the self-confessed
murderer of Alfred Tonkin at St. Louis, is
on trial. There is not much probability of
her conviction, as the evidence outside of
her own unreliable statement is very slight
J. Burger announces that a telephone
is now placed in their dry goods store for
the benefit of their many friends in order
ing merchandise. Call them up if you need
anything in their line.
Bamum's elephant Gumbo has arrived
in New York, but nono of the Madison
Square Garden gates was largo enough to
admit liim. So he had to sleep outside all
night till the entrance is enlarged.
Hon. Thomas Allen, late member of
congress from St. Louis district, was buried
yesterday at Pittsfield, Mass., the place of
his birth. By request of his famUy the
ceremony will be very quiet and Without
Gortschakoff, for half a century Rus
sian minister of foreign affairs, lias retired
on account of his great nge 83 years. He
is succeeded by De Gier an appointment
which seems to be generally acceptable to
There is a corner in news, both local
and outside. Tho weather, no doubt, has
something to do with it. Tho city editor
is sick, and hence tho scarcity of interesting
items to-day may be charitably attributed
to the combined causes.
Parnoll, tho noted Irish leader has
been released on parole to visit Paris when
his sister's child is dead. The release,
however, was made the ocension of an al
most national demonstration of rejoicing
by his sympathies in Ireland.
Mr. Lambdin, river editor of Thk
Bulletin, was detained by sickness in his
family, and did not arrive in the city until
last night. Hereafter the river column will
be a regular institution, as ho will put on
tho harness to day.
Tho work of cutting tho levee to wash
out the city is progressing very fairly, and
we hope that a few days at farthest will
empty our city of the malodorous and dis
ngreeablc accumulation. Tho point select
ed to cut is close to Mr. Dealt teller's house.
Capital removal is agitating Kentucky,
and on Saturday tho people of Louisville
voted a million of dollars to erect suitable
buildings, as a bid for its removal to that
city. ltd removal there is only a question
Tho dead body of a nogro was fished
out of tho river yesterday. Wo wero un
able to learn his namo or tho cause of his
death, but presumo it was by drowning.
He was supposed to bo one of the two men
drowned at the mouth of Cache, about six
The temperance societies have a strong
argument in their favor or rather in favor
of their principles in tho person of the late
Jesse James, who neither drank nor smoked
nor swore. If ho had he could not prob
ably have been able to lead tho wil l lite he
did and survive so long.
Tho plays rendered hero by the Doud
Byron combination have all tho elements
of popularity. They abound in striking
situations and "pert" sayings pregnant
with the wit of the street and the prairie,
and have all tho charm of the Dime Novel
personified and realized.
Last Monday, Easter or Handsel Mon
day, is nu occasion of somo curious prac
tices in many countries. One Is supposed
to havo good or had luck, aecording to the
person who first meets ihcm on that day,
and many presents aro given to secure tho
favor of first meeting with a person con
We have heard many persons express
regret that notice of Mr. White's funenil
was so short as to preclude their attendance.
They have desired an opportunity to at
test tho respect they held for him, as a man
and an old citizen, long identified with
If the pictures said to be portraits ot
Jesse James and his assassins are really so,
tho sooner the world is rid of the whole
crew, the better. We doubt it, however, as
the plate used for James has a striking re
semblance to the one heretofore used for
Grant and Garfield on other occasions.
Gov. Crittenden, of Missouri, seems to
have exceeded his authority in pardonin
the Fords and Little before their arrest
and conviction. Tho difficulty might be
quietly settled by pardoning and paying
somebody else to slaughter them, ami so
on, iu Kilkenny Cat style, till the ttr,to was
rid of tho whole crew.
The motions to qunsh the indictment
in the star route case at Washington were
overruled and the defendants called on to
plead. Tho decision was a sledge hammer
blow at the the confidence of these loyal
thieves who felt absolutely certain they
could not bo made amendable to tiio law
for their rascalities.
The man who owns tho ink-horn that
Luther threw at the devil long ago, must
be amused at the mania for relics shown
by the crowd who bid fabulous prices for
anything used or owned by "Saint Jess
James," who recently Buffered martyrdom
iu Missouri. Tho man who would not give
a dime for a relic of St. Augustine, freely
donates a dollar for a James toothpick.
The levco was unusually quiet all day
yesterday, owing to tho wintry weather
which prevailed. As wo mado the grand
tour about midnight, there was scarcely a
sign of life visible. There were' few ar
rivals or departures outside of tho usual
local boats, and tho only notable circum
stance reported was a collision between the
Piasaand Jack Frost, towboats, in which
both suffered considerable damage.
The river roso two and a half inches
and stood 34 feet eleven inches. A slight
rise was reported from all points up the
Mississippi and Ohio except Cincinnati
The rise hero will be very slight and at the
rate tho sipe water goes down our city will
very soon bo in its normal condition. Dis
infectants freely applied now will bo of
great uso in destroying all evil effects. The
indications arc for a continuance of cool
John Kelly, the "Boss," has no ob
jection to the Chinese if they cmo with
their families as European settlers do, but
ho objects to their importation as staves.
Arthur has been importuned by tho sy
cophants to namo the terms of such a bill
as ho would sign, as it is necessary, to have
om to "save" the Pacific slope. Ho ele
vates his nose and refuses to be placated.
In the opinion of his crowds the Chinese
are preferable to the Dutch ami Irish.
Judging from the contest between tho
stalwart and half-breed organs of tho re
publican part)', one would Btippose that the
presidency had become a personal perquis
ite of Arthur or Blaine. Tho lickspittles
are all in favor of Arthur's nomination, if
his chief Grant can not bo run in, and the
soreheads are just ss earnest in their confi
dence that tho plumed knight alone can
save the party. Perhaps when tho time
comes that the people havo the question be
fore them, it will be discovered that they
havo ordered otherwise ond then there will
bo a cleaning out of the Augeon stable that
will discount the Guano business. It can
come none too soon to rid tho country of
toadeyism and organized fraud.
I he National Forestry Congress, hy
circular from its president's oflico at Cin
cinnat, gives notice of a meeting in conven
tion at that city, Tuesday, April 25, to con
tinue five days. The work ot tho conven
tion has been divided into three heads :
1. Uses of Forests. 2. Conservation of
Forests. 3. Influences Injurious and Beneficial-
of Forests. Among other things
the convention earnestly urges that "on
the samo day April 27, everywhere
through the country, the people will each
plants treet of some kind iu front of their
premises, by tho roadside and in groves, or
elsewhere, as their tastes or circumstances
necessitate, and each inform the secretary,
Cincinnati, Ohio, by letter or postal card of
the act, and the names of all doing so will
bo permanently recorded in tho National
Forestry Congress." On that day tho
planting of Presidents' Grove at Eden
Park will be by President Arthur, Ex
Presidents Grant and Hayes, and tho
descend ints or a faiflily representative of
every other president from Washington
down to the present tlfnc; by Chief Justice
Wsitr, governors of states or their repre
sentatives, and hundreds of others of tho
most illustrious names in all American
history, as well as by the representatives of
foreign nations now in Washington. This
will ho the first actual work in tree plant
ing tho legislature of Ohio, and tho gov
ernor by proclamation, haying declared it a
general holiday, to he known as "Arbor
STATE SUNDAY SCHOOL C'ONVEIl
TION. By circular from B. F. Jacobs, of Chica
go, who is chairman of the ex committee
of tho state Sunday school work, ho re
quests that notice be given of the 21ili an
nual convention of the Illinois Hominy
School Association, which will bu held at
Champaign Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday, May 1(1, 17 and 18, 18S2.
Alexander county is entitled to ten del
egates (who have tho right to vote, and who
will bo entertained by he citizens of Cham
paign. Tho general topic proposed for the
"THE KINO AND HISSKKVANT."
Illinois has gome of the ablest Sunday
school workers in tho country, who, with
tho assistance of able men from other states,
will make tho convention one of great in
terest to all earnest christians who desire
to see tho work of tho Sunday schools pros
per. It is earnestly desired that a full del
egation will go up from our county. We
therefore ask that each Sunday school make
arrangements ond notify, either Geo. W.
Strode, county secretary, or mjself, that
arrangements may be made for entertain
ment, and reduced rates of railroad fare.
M. Earteuday, Brest. Co. Association.
Cairo. April 10th. 1883.
Wilt other city and county papers please
JOHN C. WHITE.
Born at Stonington, Conn., April 20th,
181P. Died at Chester, 111., April l)th,
1882, at nine o'clock a.m., on Easter Day.
There can bo no more fitting and appro
priate time for passing from the church
militant into tho church triumphant, than
upon the glad Easter morn, when millions
hear the glad tidings. l,Ho is risen." At
that beautiful hour, a faithful and devout
churchman and a member of the vestro ol
the Church of the Uideeiner of Cairo, III.,
tor many years, passed away from carlh,
awakening to an eternal E;tster in the light
of Paradise. His vacant seat in the little
church which be loved, and which has
had his faithful attendance for many years,
may have held bis invisible presence, as it
tarried for a moment amid the perfume
and fragrance of the Easter blossoms, ami
the sunshine, and Easter melody, to hear
tho fervent prayer responded to by friends
and neighbors tor his departing spirii.
Daily for more than a week before the en I
came, both the invalid and his sorrowing
family were comforted by the beautiful
prayers for fie sick, offered at his bedside
by the Rev. A. E. Wells, of St. Mark's
church, Chester, who was unremitting in
his kind attentions, and who read a short
service before the removal of the reynains
to the steamer City of Alton, which con
veyed them with the family to Cairo. Ow
ing to the high water, it was deemed in
expedient to hold funeral services at the
church, and they were concluded at Beech
Grove cemetery, to which many friends
accompanied tho sorrowing family. The
Rev. F. P. Davenport, tho rector ot the
Church of the Redeemer, officiated at the
Mr. White came to Cairo in 1955, and
was universally known and highly es
It was with sincere sorrow that his
friends gathered around his last resting
place in the twilight hour, and listened-to
the solemn yet comforting words of the
burial service. The fresh, green sod, the
tender green of the early foliage, the blos
soming violets, and merry twitter of birdsi
the subtle sense of the spring, all told with
a blessed emphasis of consolation to the
mourning hearts of widow, children and
friends tho sweet Btory of the Resurrection.
Leaving iiiin peacefully sleeping, after the
burden and toil of life's fitful fever, with
tho Easter flowers above him, the Easter
joy about him; they turned away with tho
glad and blessjd thought "Ho is not
here; he is risen." C.
For tho llullcttri:,
DR. WOLFE'S COMMON SENSE.
LETT K II NO VIII.
llllONCIIITLS INHALATION THE ONLY ItlSM
KUY INHALATION A I'ltACTICK, NOT A
MEDICINE USE AND AllL'SE OP SL'OAIl
The intelligent reader need not bo told
how inadequate tho treatment of bronchi
tis must tie when it docs not reach the sent
of the disease, and how utterly inefftdeut
all external applications to the throat and
chest while the evil lies beneath untouchud.
Tho application for nitrate of silver to
tho fauces as a remedy has doubtless had
its origin in tho erroneous idea that bron
chitis was a disease of tho throat. This
opinion is as untruthful as the practice is
injurous. As its name implies, bronchitis
is a disease of the bronchial tubes; which
aro not in the throat, but in the lungs.
Hence, when tho air tubes becomo diseased
tho lungs must also bo moro or less affect
When tho branchial tubes are inflamed,
the lining membrane becomes thickened
and the caliber of the air pipes very much
reduced in size. This prevents a full supply
of air from passing to the cellular structure
of tho lungs. If sufficient fresh air is not
taken into tho cells to purify the blood, the
circulation will contain an excess of carbon,
than which nothing can bo more fatal to
health. To this excess of carbon In the
circulation, Dr. Cullen ascribes the forma
tion of tubercles in tho lungs. This de
praved condition of the blood frequently
exist without giving any symptoms of the
fearful chango taking place in the system,
till the details of consumption are made
I have said that tho treatment of bron
chitU hitherto hug been profitless of good
and often fraught with mischief. The d if
flculty has been in getting remedies to act
Will donatoono hundred dollars to any charitable institution the mayor of Cairo may
designate, provided it can bo truthfully stated that we in any instance advertise goods
qualities and prices, that we cannot show. It is a fact that at times wo mention prices
for certain lines of goods that are so ridiculously low as to seem impossible to tho
public, and even to other dealers, and wo do not blame them for their incredulity, be
ing as they are, una ware of the nd vintages mid facilities we have for obtaining at cer
tain times largo loUof the m st desir.iblu g m h at prices greatly under their real vuluo
and Iu ro aro the
ADVANTAGES WE JIAVE:
FIRST The quantity of merchandise we buy to mpply rur ntinicn us stores.
SECOND We have ample capital and i.rr prelum d I" buy cwdi liimn.
IIUKD We are at all times represented in eastern matkets by a resident buyer,
who is always on Ihu lookout. '
Now, it is by taking adviintagc of these opportunities that wc do from time to time
name sucli apparently ridiculously low prices. For instance we are selling Middlesex
Blue Flannel Suit, eaidi suit bears the ticket with I'd I ii'ime Middh-cx Co. $10 00. Norm
genuine without ticket. A very nice Cheviot Suit lor p.M), worth $15.00. A very nob
by Red Silk Mixed Suit at $112 M, worth !i!M)0. Wcdonot uoods tor less than cost.
We want it distinctly understood that we make a sin ill prollt on everything we seli, for
that principle by which a merchant can sell good.- for Icsilom cost, uril still keep store,
has never yet been discovered. GVnie aud see our "o.l.s. You will lot be importuned
upon the part sll'ected by the direct appli
cation. Now, how can you get remedies
into the lungs? Certainly not by swallow
ing it into the stomach, for these reach the
pulmonary structure if at nil through the
circulation, and then v modified us to be
worthless. Let us appeal to common sene
in this as we do in other cases, for a solu
tion of the difficulty. The method most
clearly indicated is to inhale tne mcdicic!
iuto the lunys with the air we breathe.
Inhalation simply means the act of in
spiring or drawing u breath, but when ap
plied to a mode of administering medicine
it inc'ins to breatho it. Thus I say "j in
hale" instead of "I take a medicine;" the
one is breathed into the lungs the other
is swallowed into the stomach. Remedies
administered by inhibition aff.ct thesys
tein diH';rently from wioit they do whi n
taken into the stomach. For ilhrn'ration
inhaling the smoke of h ''iiins 'ii weed''
(Datura stiamouium) will rclix the sp.i.-m
in Asthma and relieve the patient; out tins
medicine will liMe no effect on the same
disease If taken into the stomach. I
tins explanation because many wlm write :
to me re.-pectitig tientineiit have got ti.e
erroneous idea that inhal ition, instead nil
being a mode of treatment, is some specific i
nostrum for the cure of the vaiimis diseases
of the pulmonary structure. If it were I
nly this, it would be no better ih.n the
vice quackery which pours its poisonous
compounds into the Rtomnrh with the silly
conceit that they will remove d. sense from
The distinguished statesman of Alabama,
Win. R. King, undoubtedly had his death
expedited by the imprudenee of his no di
cal adviser, who sent him to 'u'a to inhale
sugar-houe vapors. Tins advice was
given when his lungs were broken down
and secreting pus. By following this ail
vice the secretions were incrc.is.'d, and the
disease n-sii-te-d to do more rapidly i s f:itnl I
work. While sii'ar vapors are highly Use
ful in treating tubercular co.isiiinption in
the first and second stage, they aic ( qil illv
injurous in tho third, when hlicess has tor
miivited in an ulcerating cavity, H-i.J the
medical advisers of Mr, King know n how
to distinguish the quality id vapors, lo d
when to use them, it is only fair to say the
the pineries of Carolina or F.orid.i would
have been preferred for his condition roll
er than the sugar-house of Cuba. '
In treating bronchitis, k to cleanse the
air tubes by the use of expectorant inha
lants, after which the iiritati"ii met lie
allayed by southing the iutlmwd mem
Having considered, briefly, the most
prominent diseaso of the throat and bron- j
chial tubes, and pointed rut Medicated i
Inhalation us the only efficient mode of
treating them, I will Iproceed to consider
tho maladies of the lungs.
N. B. Wol.r'K, M. 1).
110 Smith St.. Cincinnati, O.
In referring to Dr. Wolfe, tind bis mode
of treatment, the Evening Record, of
Adrian, Mich., says: He is a physician of
large learning and twenty-live years of (suc
cessful practice in Cincinnati, in the treat
ment of consumption, asthma, Bronchitis,
bug if voice, bleeding from the lungs, ami
kindred diseases of the respiratory organs.
Though he has been continuoitdy located in
Cincinnati, 0 since 18."57, he has prcn -ribed
for, and cureW thousands of sick people
living in all parts of tho United Slates mid
Canada, many of whom had pnvioiislv
been given up by friends and physicians us
incurable. Those who live nt a distance
ami wish to consult him, but can not visit
him in person, should first wiite for his cir
cular of printed questions. By writing
answers to these, any one can send ss true a
statement of his condition lis if he made
bis report hi the doctor in person, From
this circular statement the doctor can tie.
rtiratnly diftgnonn the diseaso and prepare
inhaling remedies for its removal. This
with the inhaler he sends quickly by ex
press, with instriictionst'or tisimr ihein, to all
parts of the United States and Canada. His
address is 11(1 Smith strut, Cincinnati, O.
The "Favorite Prescription" of Dr.
rierce cures "feniale weakness" and kindred
ullectiona. By druggist.
.At I'alrico Clothing IJouse,
108 Commercial A venue
Jos. L. Foote, the om.inoilore, Elgin,
lib. says I liomas' Kclectric Oil cured him
of seiatici with one implication, thorough
ly app.inl. It also cured him of a severe
cold m,d coti-h. He thinks it a very val
uable reinedy, ,iud will never bt without it.
Sowing utiil Reaping.
When a young lady In ms handkerchiefs
for a rich b( helor, site m-w that she may
reap. When seeds of dinnse ate planted
Inroligh over indulgence, you can prevent
the undertaker from reaping the tu rn tit by
using Spiing Blossom, price 50 cents,
trial bo'iics 10 cents.
I Tin: Rka.n Why. Mr. Fellows, in his
'.Medical M niihlv," gives re hum for the
j peculiar mi lion of his Ih pophoNpiiit.-, in t lie
line of iliM-n-e., which m-cuj to be borne
j mil by facts. Fiom tonic notion of the
! Svtnpiitlu'tic Neivesttll the Urgn Muscles
' hie s'lengi),,. i,,.,), nnd tho patient over
ironies his nial i!y siuiplv, pleasantly and
rapidly. ' '
Fast ii .d Loom-.
j D.cay loosens the teeth. S Z'"dunt re
jniovolhc catlse of their destrm tioii, nnd
i '"' V " ''IL'lrrlace in 'he dental oo.
i erst. After ii few ii!'ilicntioii. it w ill he
lio'ind lh-it !i,e roduial ii, dentations i'l
ii.cin, f. ritiiiS ti,:,.,i w;,h corroding tar,
pr sent h (! .fi.ss :i;pi-:ini! ce and their i ft
Hiiielici vin".irj. g'i-trn with hi c ming
L.st:v. Tl: ii beauty is heightened ami
The Key to liealih.
N ive yoti found the key to perfect health
and s'rmgrli '. It is Kidney-Wort, flu: only
remedy that nveiroin.-H it once tor inaction
of the kolne s and imwrls. It purities the
blood by cleansing the syfi n ol foul till
mors nnd by giving .strength to the liver,
kidivys and bowels to perform their regu
lar functions. See dbpl.iyed hdvertise
nieiit. r.itvri-s;tl Approbation
by f community at I rge fas been given
to liiirdock Blood Bitteis. Xo instance is
known w here i)ii. dissatisfaction bus been
i in iiiili ieil I v tin ir i:s", or where aught
'nit le-nellt followed their administration.
Pure Vl OM.
you SALE I!Y
SALE OF UNCLAIMED MO
TEUTV. NOTICE IS HFBEBY GIVEN THAT
ON TUB 17T11 DAY OF APRIL,
At 'Oo'c'orti In Ilia forennon at tho frdtlil hntiao
ol the St I,, in-, Iron .Mountain and SnuOu-i n rail -wan
ei.ii.Hiiy tn thv lit v i. r Cairo. Mato if llillinir,
I tin lolli. w iii n inn i li.ial utile m tiiui(!iicd iik lii'low
will in! mild nt public unci on, loimr ehHraos t;
Heed ....t pun o!jwhi!il
W in Sluiy , im,h
I. . M Hi.jj.'ik wx Miudrlca
i Bis llnhcri i hill, uf rih
II. W. l'miilun a ki'itH liecr
Oi). l.rrr ki-).'i
lleliT lie lip'w. i o 'i liecr ki'ir
i . I'' i si ki'D , t bmir f i'ui
A. Li.hr.... 1 hi hrl elder
I lit h tl r. rl 1 linx ti h uinda
Mil ir It mntz 1 Ihu riinilries
W. 'I . .IhIiiihiiii 1 client tools
I .mi I h llei'imrt - liner Id'u
Henry Wiimts 1 fiornu (inner
Lenin ll' i'l'i'it A deer ki'UH
lliirrlson VVouili ....1 box ft h cone
lliiiiioii &en 1 box liuiilwnri
That tin) Minn have been recelvod bv Hie M hen i a
Iron Mnitiit am iiiiiI Mom liern railway c nipiniy aa
com muiie nrrler, in Urn reunlur ciitirsu nt liiisuieHS
I'linslt'oeil ns ii I'n vo to Ciiirn, Illinois, and huvu been
belli Ihu Unit' naiiilii'il bv luw.
THE si". L'lt'H. I U(N MOUNT1 IN AfJU
HOl'TII lillS Ktll.WAY CliMI'ANV, II V
II. II. MIUICIIN, AUUNT.
DaUdMariU Diet. IMS!.