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THE DAILY CAIRO t BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 14, 1883.
ho Daily Bulletin,
Seeing a BattleTield.
Ho was from Syracuse, rim! fin wild
hn'd eivo olnitwt luiytliiiin' (() n hat-tlft-lii'ld.
It was tliorcfiiiii uitiuiucI
that wo hIkmiM go up to Fort l'illow in
company. 1 ncvor navy such an wiihii
siast on tlio Hiihjoct o( war mid Ik'l.U ol
carnage I Iu wi-nt out ami lioujrlit three
war hi.storiun U'foro wo left Mi'inphiH,
and on the wuy up hn litlkinl war to
evt;ry man who would HsUm to him.
warned him not to expect to see too
much, and not to he disappointed it
Greeley, Ileadley ami Abbott had made
some errors in duseribing the; lay of the
liulds wuieli none ot them Inui seen
within live hundred miles.
"Oh, of eourse not," he replied, "I
don't expect to fou more than a fort,
tivo or Bix burstcd caunon, a lew skulls.
half a dozen cannon-wheels and a lot ol
musket-barrels. I shall bring away
about a dozen swords and revolvers ns
relies, and I wonder what it would cost
to get one of the old cannon up to Syr
When tho brjat swuu in at Fort Pil
low I saw roy friend's chin bejrin to fall
The landing was a steep slide for a dis
tance 01 a mimlrcil lift, ami the mini
was a foot deep. We dropped till' the
gang-plank, ami tliu steamer went her
"W-what'a this?" inquired the Syra
cuse man as ho looked up the. grade.
"This is an historic blufl'. l'repare to
gee a battle-field."
Wo tugged ami strained ami swore,
and finally reached the blufl". each man
plastered with mud from collar-button
"Now, then," said I, after we had
scraped ofl a part of our loads, "over
there is the fort. Von can where all
the big guns were mounted. Above it
must be the citadel. Over to the right
is the ravine up which Forrest' men ad
vaneed, and '
"See here," interrupted tho gentle
man from Nesv Vork, "do you call this
"This infernal sand thoie thickets
that swamp them two nigger cabins
are a battlf-lield, eh?"'
'Well, sir, it's an infernal fraud a
dead swindle on hone.-t men, ami I've a
a;ood mind to punch vour head for
bringing me up here! huttlp-field, eh!
Why, sir, if I couldn't take- ten acres of
Northern tamarack swamp and make a
better battle-field than this I'd never
ItKjk a decent man in tho face ugain!
'io on with you! Vou are a liar ami a
And he went off ami sat down' on a
log and sulked ami growled and grum
bled for six long hours, ami when I
(bowed him bullets and breast-plates
ind other relies, he charged me with
saving brought tlictu up from Memphis
in my pockets. - .V. Quml.
TisD.cil.ncj of Mining.
If there is any one element of specu
lation in lliis country that has run its
course it is that of mining fur the pre
cious metals. Whilo there will always
bo delving in tho earth for gold and sil
ver, nml that many people who under
stand tho business will get rich at it,
there is no need to deny, but the ele
ment of speculation in that industry is
dead, and we hopo forever. Mining
speculation, or rather speculation in
mines, is too hazardous a business to
long attract the investing public. The
chance', nay, the almost certainty of
losing, are too well established to longer
lure the speculator. The extent to
which this wild spirit of gambling led
people in tin: jmM. few year, and the
millions of dollars sunk in it is well nigh
incalculable. We havo at hand the last
Issue of the New Vork Mining Stuck
Ui'giatcr, which purports to givo a list
of all the precious metal mining cotn-
iianies incorporated in the United Sutcs.
"he list foots up tho handsome aggre
gate of 7,4 ll Large uumbcrs of these
companies are incorporated with $K
OOO.OttO capital, but if we estimate them
all at &.0U0,HH), the ajreregate of capi
tal represented by these companies is
$;t7,220,(HHi.lW, II we estimate that ol
this nominal Mini 10 percent was ac
tually Paid in for stock and assessments,
we have the enormous amount of i,
7:'0,WO,0H), representing the actual cash
Invested m the business uurmg llio past
- Of course of the 7..100 companies
named in the register heft ire us not ono-
tenth ever showed metal enough to con
Btitute even a fair itrospect. Fully 'JO
per cent were worthless from the start,
and fully one-half of that 'JO per crnl
were organized to make money by un-
loadintr stock on tho public. We look
over the list ami see scores of eompari
ies that never had any existence save on
paper, and never owned an inch oi de
veloped or valuable ground. Of the 7,-
600 companies named, wo are able to
pick out just 810 that ever paid a divi
dend. Of that 310 we can pick out iW'J
that never raid but one or two divi
dends, and can name a hundred of those
that never dug their dividends out ol
tho ground. Indcod, of the lew remain
inir companies that ever did pay any
tliinnr lilrn rnmilnr nr hnhi'Kllv e.'ii'Med
dividends, tfioso which continued to do
bo and paid largely on the money in
vested can be counted on tho linger
ends of a man's two hands. And the
men who havo reaped permanent at!
vantago and have held on to tho wealth
iogot can oe counted in mo snmo way
Altorrethor. there nover wasconceivct
In the mind of man a plan so well cal
culated to extract money irooi tnc poca
ets of the people, without equivalent, as
tho system of mining speculation whlcli
has just Hpent Its force throughout the
country, it was a Doiu senenio or rob
bery;, it deluded millions ami ruined
many thousands, ana tno country win
rejoice at its downfall. Chicago ll'erulU,
Jack Harkey, a queer sort of an old
fallow, who lived alono in a cabin lo
, in a .t.iQoUffl ol nee in Union
U1ILUU I ...
County, N. C, died last fall, ami bis
shanty remained vacant all winter. Not
long since a now ton ant too it possession
-j i? ...MIh nmvlnrr nil oluCMlboiiril
VI I If """II : - "i ,
discovered a tin box containing $1,200
Althcinirh ho whs noor
and needy, and could have kept the
treasure without any one knowing any
aiimit.lt. h posted off and toh
tho executor, who wont and got tin
money and never said boaiw to the nuacr
1 W. K LaMhiiin, river cdiiorol i iia Hcm.ktin
lift steamboat passenger agent. Or Ours for all
klndsoi steamboat Job punting solicited, lilllce
Hi Dower's Ktlropeau Hotel. No. 72 Ohio levtte,
l(i V hit JTKM.
The Ous Fowler trim I'aducah will re
jxrt here at 3 p. in. connecting with I. U.
U. It. and leave w her return trip at 4:30
The Clias. Morgan f'tma New Orleans
passed up for Cincinnati last evening four
days out. She had a fuir up Btteain trip.
The City ot St. Imis arrived last even
ing. She leaves this evening for New Or
leans. The J. II. Ilillman from Nashville arrived
early yesterday morning. She had 100 tuns
of iron for St. Louis, left on her return trip
at 1 p. in.
, Ctpt. Joe Fuwlcr is still in command ol
the Gus Fowler.
Yesterday was beautiful day i nd busi
ness generally good.
TheC'ins. Millar for Cincinnati patsed
up last night with a good trip.
The Will Kylu loft bore for New Orleans
last evening with a fair trip.
The river marked by the giuge at this
port yesterday at 4 p. in., 38 feet 3 inches
The Hudson from St. Louis puss'-d up
la. I nieht with a good trip for I'aducah nml
The Commonwealth from St. L mia is
duo to-night for Vicksburg.
Tho Will S. Hays from New O.-lcms
will arrive to-morrow night on her way to
The Paris C. Urnwn is due Saturday for
The Vint Shinkle leives Memphis to-
uilit for Cincinnati.
ILLINOIS REVENUE DISTRICTS.
8 lute Joiiruttl.
There has been some interest, of late, iu
the subj'-ct of consolidating internal rive
nue districts, a utep which is proposed with
a view to reducing the c ibt of collections of
the government revenue. How far the pro
posed consolidititin will affect Illinois is
not now known, but The Journal has pre
pared the following exhibit, showing the
number of e.ich collection district, with the
names of the present collectors, the liga
tion of the offices, and the amount of reve
nue collected in each for the fiscal year
ended June 30th, 1882 tor convenience
arranging them in the order of the amounts
Name Amount of
Diet, t'fl olli.-rtor. ('(lice. OllecnmiP.
5. Howard Knwwlea . .. .1'iwla .... 1H -.'4T.!rSs 65
1. Jot-IO. llirtfy Chic".. IQ.Wi.Oji) M
s. Jonathan MernnDi..ir1i)nflelcl, M'.i'.IJ
4. tot-hard Kowelt....M.. (.tiincy l.iMT.WI W
I I. C. W. I'aror Calm fcn.Vfl 4li
a. Albert WoiHlcock Strllna.... B7U,l 71
i I.. B. I'rotkrr Anmra 'Jtil.a'.l 75
7. JchnW, ilill ...Cbampalgu, ",b,bi &i
Humor some time ago stated that the con
solidation would extinguish four districts;
but it now seems more likely that but three
will disappear. These would probably be
the three last named above. In that case it
would seem most likely that the seventh
would be consolidated with the eighth, the
second with the tii'tli, and the third with
What a Woman Bads.
Woman, in reading a newspaper, haa
a distinct method of her own. She takes
it up hurriedly nnd begins to scan it
over rapidly, as" though she was hunting
some particular thin; but she is not.
She is merely taking in the obscure par
agraphs, which she believes were put in
out-of-the-way places for tho sake of
keening her from seeing them.
Marriages und deaths aro always in
teresting reading to her, and the ad
vertisements aro exciting and stimula
ting. She cares but littlo for printed
jokes, unless they reflect ridieulo upon
the men, and then she delights in them
und never forgets them. .
She pays particular uttentiou to any
thing inclosed in quotations, and con
s'uleis it rather belter than auything
The column in which the editor ain
bis opinions, in leaded hifalutin, she
rarely reads. Views are of no import
nneo in her estimation, but fuels are
everything. She doesn't care for it but
makes a practice of reading it because
she thinks she ought to do so.
Slio reads stories and sketches and
paragraph! indiscriminately, and be
lieves every word of them. After she
jins read all sho wants she lays tho pa
per down with an air of disappointment
us sho observes that "thcro is nothing
All is not Silvor that You Find on a Wid
A new discovery, recently made,
wlille some men were digging a well
near llenton, Ky., a few days ago,
threw tho whole community into a fover
of excitement. When down about twon
ty feet, the diggers struck a deposit of
glistening ore in small pieces about the
size and almost tho Identical shape of a
butter cracker. A neighbor brought
sonio of tho oro to tow n yesterday, nml
calling on n gentleman who has acquired
some reputation as nn expert, laid down
a handkerchief full of specimens on the
tablo with thn inquiry:
"Doctor, what's that worthP"
Tho doctor examined it and replied:
Tyritos of Iron it isn't worth a
nickel a ton." Ami ho placed somo of
It on a shovel, held It over the grate,
whon It quickly disappeared up the
"Tho mischief," growled the old man,
M he comprehended the situation.
"There's a widdor out in Marshall who
bos a whole well full of ill I've bought
half her farm and my son boa married
The doctor says that tho old man was
one of the most completely brokon-up
gentlemen thnt has como In from the
wIldsl'adKcai Ky.) JUtwt.
Thukhoat Evening, Junb 14, 1883.,
The weather Is cool and pleasant at pres
The river is rising at this point owing
to the recent heavy rains.
The market remains dull in all depart
FLOUIt Tho market remains firm and
HAY The market is well stocked, with
very littlo demand.
COHN Receipts light, demand small.
OATS -Stocks fair and demand light.
BHAN Firm at 80c. in sacks, with lit
tle on the market.
IiUTTEK Common cannot be sold at
any price, We quoto a sale of 12,000 lbs.
at seven cents which was sold for grease.
The market is glutted.
EGGS Market well stocked for the sea
son. The warm weather has brought the
CHICKENS Demand equals the sup
ply. Trices firm at quotations.
FHUIT Strawberries in good condition
find ready sale at quotations. There are
but few raspberries coming in.
POTATOES Little change, supply
Sales and Quotations.
NCTK. The prices bera given tre for lalet fnun
Nri-t tiindi-lit round lot. An advance Ir
charted for broken Intsin ttlllnv orrier.
Sol bbla various grades..
m.4 5xa, 2
a htus lancy
1'AI bb'ich ilce
1 or prime Timothy
4 cam choice small bales...
cam gilt edge
2 can white tn sscVs.
1 car mixed Io bulk..
i cara in balk..
3 cam In bulk..
So. 2 Hi'd, per ba
No. 2 .Medlturaueau ...
Sim hblnCltf In lots
i 6Q2 65
200 bblsClty ,
3ft) pounds Northern
Stci pounds choice Northern.......
Vn donen - 1212!
Lai gc choice 15 00
Sma.l. li 00
8 coops hens... 3 00S !
W coops young chickens 1 Cu2 50
IS crates 24 pts 3 &0
'2u crates as tn qua ity 1 5023 00
Cliolcered S 00
Cholco yellow 2 00
Northern IVach Blows per hush 1 001 HI
Southern Ills. I'each Blows per bush.... (fcHftDS
Louis aua tew potatoes, per bbi a Oi'iii i
I'i'l c . t
.4 0)5 00
.. IS is
H. ('. 11 nni ....
1 1 an nonu
2tf btisliel burlaps S
Peachos, halves and qnarlers
Apples, brlnht iyt'ai
Choice navy ....
Choice modi urn .
Choice, factory , J1'
Dry Kllnt choice
Hum (Ireen M
Hhnop rolls, dry M
nnei ivits. Krson
Common Luus 2 TNft'l '5
Good Inns 4 WH 5
owLeaf 4 V4t J
Medlnm Lf tll JO
QorLeaf T 50 9 f
RATES OF ritltlOIIT.
Helena, Ark I ft!
Vlckalmrir I ft
War below Memphis, IT,
Hay Flour T'otk
cwt. V thl. bbl.
'4 , vi
' no m 45
i to m o
Si g2H S5
A I'OHITIVK CURB
Catarrh and Hay
Aun allium I '.
COI.I) IN TIIK IIK.MI,
Ill'lUhlt ll- & Ill'lltllfhS
ir any kimi or mm na
in. infiruiiiil irritations,
Inll iiiiii.I n ii il riiin;h
ll , fit'rH . A iri'inrii
II on nt nml. milled
inrtll. A tl y lijr Hi
litllii n.igi'r iiitu tint
HU-tHlx ll Mill 1. 1)
r biriODu -nio i"
clu iri'lnsr Hi" im tl
iitHHiiiM ol nilaritiikl
(firm, Miitine hi-altliy prcrutiiuift. It itlliiy lu
duininatt'iii. p otiicti ilin iiiu.iilinui il liiiiiiiiH ol' U.e
heuil rriitn mlilitliiunl co'ili, i'milt'tu!y Ih 'h t tie
ft irtix and ri'Ktorin thn ft'iii-u ol tHHto anil (Oii'-U.
BuniillcUl riiBultn aru rualix-tl by a l'' a)Mra
A TIIOKOirGII THKAIMKNT WII.I,' CI KKI
Cream Ktlm ha L'aliiid mi iinvliihlu n:iutnlloo
whur-vur known; ilicplnr i 11 k all ot lor .niiratloiiK.
Kund for cirr.uoir com ilt lnn full li lnrtuaiioii and
reliable tiivtlinonlalii. Ii v mall, iintiiaitl 50 emm
uackatfM Ktamp nuiilvrtl. Miid Ly all whole
sale nml rtall lni(rKif.
EI.V'N(.'KKA.M 1IAI.M (.'O..Owtu'o, S. V.
Stato& Monroe Sts., Chicago
Wlllnd ptfMtM l ny vM" tbsw
BAND CATALOGUE, !
i f of .lu hhifriiviiistv
I jf I nitfiiiiM i' l r uiu, t'sos 1VjIu
t'oinpoiii, twiK ti Cut Imu,
, MtAniti. Iriiii M ilof's f-liftv. tri'l
ri o In. Unit inuiH-uon ami r-f-
( CbHi tUutl Mutes
ANTIDOTES XI A j
BLOOD POISON !
Atlanta, a.. Anr.l 17. 1,-Mi
In 1K78 I was the victim i fa terrible Blond IVI.-nn
and alter belnir tn aivd by three I'oyitisiis vmh cin
fined to my bed, not able to raisii my hand to my
head tuittmr up clots of blond, and redureil iu
weluht from 1HS to Hit) P'-nnQi. I then w.an tni
ue of SWIFT'S SPECIFIC, and iu less than linen
months I a- finitely vell. weitthed r.si, aim have
never bad a symptom of ilia dinenie cince. If it
had not been for Swiff's Specific I hi lirve I wnl'l
have neen in my (jravo. .iou?i . uisuur.
TRIED OCT SrrtlNOS TWO YEArW WfTllofT KtLllf,
it oi ii rial Khctimulism made mc a crlniile. Al'ior
Iryins Hot Sprints two years, and the Mercury and
l'otash treatment until I a askeielon and t.nalilo
to do aaythini!. I wss prevailed itpna to tiik'j n
cuurse of S. S S. After taklitv thiee bottle :ny
sopetil" bean lo improve, and I gained llurb rap
idly. When I had taken twelve hottles I fe't aa
well ss I ever din It is now twe.vo mouths Hincn
Itookn.CS. Sly health and appetite aro ijo id,
and I am ab e to attend lo all tun tnisitima i ca:
get. CIIAS. HKIW.
Hot sprites, Jan. l, inu.
Q 1 AAA RHWARI) will he paid m any Ch mii-t
who will find, on Maivi of io i tiotllt s
S. S. S , one particle of mercury, Iodide potaesltitn
or any mtueral substance.
TUK SWIFT SI'EC'IFIC CO .
Drawer H, Atlanta. Ha.
(Our little Book mailed freo to applicants. 1
that smart n en averse? f ".Ml to f 8 0o per day pro
fit. sell tie the "I'orkct JUnual." The moat niirvel
loll" little volume ever anted. Needed, endorsed
and ptirchated by all rlssses; nothing tn the hook
line ever equal to it. Will prove It or forfeit .' 0.
Complete sample and out fit 5 c , or lull parti
culars for stamp. Don't start ont attain until von
learn what Is -aid of this hook and what others
are doing. W. II. THOMPSON, Publisher. 401
Arch Street, Philadelphia. Pa. aprtH-n
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
J hi" Howard (iHlvanic M)li
i rid ntir nlhnr r.lfH Irn tnl
vitnitT und Mfuiiettc Apll
nnrHRHnrt (inrmnis urn a
I RtirBriiTft fnr NHrvinmlhl-
Ity, I'HiulMfl, KhfiiiDiiitwm
of Vltul Knnrny. Ovrwork
ed lirHltt, Wi.k lliu k, Kitl-
ny, Livr, nml htoniiu'b
complaints, nnd HremlUiittr
eUtO tiTHILIl.KX. 1Dhh
very intent Itn
rntd, nnd n
from rmltHitod nil
othrn, ns tby
iioinrt, cauitiiitf no
iHiirmt, nor lrrltH-
tion oftbH fliin
can tw worn At
work fl well iu
rout only no tire
hIiIh lo wtrr.
ent nUtKea of h11
is of IwaflHt. Tli'-w Tor MEN ONLY ut oncn tmch
thfl Mwit ot iUt"iitH, as they net dlract upon Nerroui,
MannuUr.iind (ittaHrntiv HeiUnrH. nomMlily rcntririnM
the vltttUD which in KlentrU'lty dnilnwl from thi
tmh7ftHH or IndlHrrntlonn, thny thim in h DHturul
way ov4remnn th wmikoHM without drunlnu the iitnm
sob. They will cum every catw Hhort of atnicf unil de
gflQWfttlon, nd we are prepared H furnish the rooet
emphHtlo nod iitxolutn proof to Riipport our clitlms,
llliintrnted 1'Hmphlet Frne.or mnt stitUd for Go pofttfle.
CoDlulUtisD a t AMERICAN CALVANIO CO.
Tm iDTitei 3 1 2 N. 6th St., 8t. Louls.rVl
1 IIU CKIOIs, I H ll H.
UrnlliH f i (let. i'lann.
) for nn lii
CHAPEL OliCAN. 170.
I'tOKINHON k Co., l'J
Bliop on llalllday Avenue, botwuuii r..urlli and
. Sixth btruets, Cairo, Illinois.
NT All kinds ol IlKht and heavy blucksinltbUf,
wanon and carriage work done In the mosi wotk
manlike manner . Horse sboeluK a apecially and
atliavllou gnarau teed .
r y H
fv l ill
kkw drops applied to the surf aro will Panetrattothvery Bona,
md almost Instantly RELIEVE PAIN! It will not Soil Clothinir,
in,., uiwiuidi tug sun, r ioiivp
in m A i . V. n DLL I... .1
lliftswoK.QUAt.fortlin Care of Rlisamttliitn, Spraino, Brnlasia.
Stiff Joint Nnuraieif Ltuns) Back, Cramus, ToothAb
Sore Throat, Pains la the Limb or Iu any part ot tho System
and Is uiilly ellleaoioiia (or all talna Iu (lie Stomach and Bowols
reiiiriiiK u ponenui uiuusivu oiiiiuiiuni. ree nnrren s Almanac.
Auk your DniKKlst (or It. 1'rlco 50
Prepared only by JACOB S. MXRRELL,
Wholi-mls Pnnnrlst. 8T. LOUIS. IWO
NKW ADVEHT ISK.M ENTS.
After a Kainy Hide n. toiuiti v l'h'-
cian Tells Wliat lie Tliiuks of
I 'vii-li to gracious some people would learn
wlieuthey need a d ctor and Tihen they don't,"
xc almrd Doctor E , ss he entered his house
in a coiey little village in the interior of the htate
of New York, after a tedious nlht rldo for matiy
miles. I have beeti dowu aiiion the nioiiiiUiue to
see a man, who Ilia mi'siencer ta d, was very sick,
and not likely ro livo 'till o.onilnc, unless ho had
immediate help; and (ootid him sullcrinir, from a
ra her shurp ntlack ol co ic, which his family
infill have rellevod iu ten minutes, It' they bad a
i:rain of sennc and two or Hire simple remedies in
the house. It lit no; thy must retnttlu Ignorant as
pit'', an I wh' u tho least acha or pain lakes them,
Mind for a doctor, whether they ever pay him or
'Why Onc'ur what kind of simple remedb-s, aa
you call ttf m, do you expert people to keep In the
house ?" ask''d Ins wile as she poured him a cup
of hot lea.
' In tins cau," answere i tho Doctor, "if they
bade n)y put a HEN.SON'ii CAP0INK Pi;cH
PLASTKK on tho iiiiiu's stomach, he would lave
n all rie.ht in a hour, and saved me a .Ireiiry
Iu a 1 oidlliar., couipluints It cures ut unce,
All distani'i- are eliminated Irotn t h- sysiu u by
what m ij' be roucbly cal ed expulsion or cUno
t on, or by a uniou of tt.e two processes. Beu
sou's Plaster promotes both. It incites tho torpid
organs to act, and sends I S heating, snothliiil In
lliience throuuh tlio mtriad pores of the skin. All
other plasters oblige the patient to wait. They
Kivj him hope for to morrow. Ilenaou's plaster
Kive htm help to day. Which is belt' r. do you
thiukf liuv the CAPCINK nnd keep It In the
bouse. Price & centt.
Setlmry t Jehuson, Chi mints, New Yoik.
Qf A MONTH and 1IUAKI) for Ihree live
0)0 Y"tin n en nr ladies in each conu y. Ad
dress P. W. Z eler Jt t o.. t'littai;o, III.
A KE YD" liOlNtl TO HLII.Dr Co-operilivo
Plaus of Ilousi'i, lnrge aim small. Most modern
deslens. bv skilled, exnerlenrsd architects, with
sieciQcltonscomplele, from upwards. "o urt 10
ten's lor explanations. iiiusiraTeii rampn or.
KIN I'll A. CO., 7 Warren St, New iork.
jNaval battles w',?i:ik
r.y bDWAHDHH PPnJN, Medical Director If. 8
N. A ThrillitiL' Pictorial lstory of the World's
great yea Kiehts, with st.ei'.imons of Naval Archi
tecture of all aires. A record t Wonderful El
liotts more In tercet in 2 than fl' lion. Price only
1 It sells everywhere. ACili.NT.S make film.. 0
per month. Address
,1. C. McCUhUY & f'o., Chlcak'n, III.
HIS LIKE aniiCUAKACTKK. HyU. Kdwaril Lest
er, author of'TheOlory and Shame of Bug and:"
"Ibe Napoleon Dynasty," etc Illustrated. Pa
per. lUceutsj cloth, ta cent-; lla f Kusrla, X5 cents.
Postaun stamps taken. Not sold by dealers;
prices too low. Also the following, larg' type,
Life of Alex, n Stephens, - Kic , S'ic ann 3r.
Lite of WasliluRlo.i Irvinit, by Stoddard, 6c.
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The Wonderful Efficacy of
Has been 10 frequently ami satisfactorily proven
that it seams almost suiierfluous to say anything
more In their favor. The IniiiieiiDo and constantly
Increasing deiuaml for them, hotli In this and foreign
eountrlea, is the next oviileuce of their value. Their
sale to-day In the L'uited HUtca Is fur Kreuter than
any other uuthartlo niciheine. This demand Is
not siiaamoiliu, It la regular and sbunly. It la not
of to-day or yeaterday, It Is an incriUKe that haa Ixhiii
steadily trrowiiiK lorthelimt thirty flvc years. What
are the rtmwnis fur thlanroat audKrowiundeujaudl
Ur. Mehenek'n Ulnmlrnkn rillacoutaln no mer
cury, and yet they act with wonderful effect Uim
tho liver. They clnauso tlio Htoiuaeh and Dowels of
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aruln fjot thmiiedielno nf all othera which should
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other epIiLMiili tiarnrmrtiiir, as they prepinn tbiisy.
Una to resist attaek of dlseaMi of every uliaraeter.
Ir. Srlietii'li'a .llnntlrnkc I'illa are sold by oil
drunrtstH at 2 'r. m box, or M'lit by mall, iHMtpaid,
on rutxilpt of priee.
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er Complaint nnd Ivieplii, in Knvllnh nr
Clrmii. Is sent free to all. AiMii-hs Dr. J. M.
WCIIKNCK iV HON. !llilnilf llihlil, I'n,
A New and t'oinpieln Hotel, fronting on l.evoi
Sucoud and Kallroad Utreets,
The Passonger Deimt of tho t'httairo. Hi. Lotili
and .icwOrlesnsi Illinois Central; Wahash, Ht,
Louis and Pacific ; Iton Mountain and .Southern,
.Mobile and Ohio; Cairo and St. Lotus llaiiwayi
are all Just across tho street; while tho Steamboat
Landing Is Imt one square distant,
This Hotel Is heated by steam, baa steam
Laundry, Hydraulic Elevator, Klurtrlc Call Hells.
Automatic Piro-Alnrmi, Hatha, absolutely purs sir,
purluctsvwsrige and complete ippolntmenla.
Superb fumiihliiKi; perfect service ; and in uu
Ut l V t ( 0 1 1 At OO..Ii
'MMod mostly of fcsaential Oils
Ttinpiont pcnotratlntr Unlnient
1 1 iinu'n Hn nnnnnnt rutstil (Knt
oiawcreeiioiH enecui hi anv KIIIU. 11
eta per Itottle
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THE S U N
ri..n..i...i ....tr i. .,d uu...l I.. Iu I.
,.. it,, 1. 1 "i. r . .1 pi , rri... i inu..i;r Mini I. All
be uiideMood ; the ptuinptesl, fu lrii snd most ac
cural intellleeni i-of whatever In thn wide world tl
woith atte linn Tl. 11 1 is whnt evi ry hotly Is stirs
to llnd In any edit on of Til R SUN. Nnbscrlptlon:
lUHT 1 1 paxes), by mall, 5.1c. a month, or $H SO
a year; Siinhav ta paxes), $1.'.D per year; Wkkklt
(S iiiiL'esi, Il.nll per year.
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liroadway, N . V.
VI! will v the b-t, f, rj fr nf mi of l.ir Complaint
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wcini,iltiir wiih VW.t'. V.-u-twl.la l.ifr I'llli, wht-ii iIim dlrt
tl.'liltr iliKtly "iitpl'.rd nub. 'I 'ity irt purity v'rlll Ir, snj
r,r litil In irtvf itti.liuti.Mi. f.ijhr C'.iatetl. I.i-n b.,ir., nm
Uli.lin .-Hi pill., ?fi wait. I'nr l-y all ar.k-l.l.. Ikwar. of
e.inlr,l,lii .t,, imlutu i,t. Tli ii,.i....'.a uiaioiraL-luri-J itnU liji
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UENT, 11 ifiiiuautiM'd siieeihe fur llyhterin, Dizzi.
nnas, ('itiv:iliuiis, Fits, Norvnus NeitnilKtri,
IIhuiIiicIih, Nervous Prostration etiuiieil by the iia
ofuleohil it tubi.eco, Wiikofulness, Jlentnl l)o
preHKioii, HoftonitiK of tho Hriiin reaullinu in in
sanity nnd loiuling lo niiwiry, ileeny ami death,
I'rumaluro Obi Ais Hurrumowi, Loss of iwer
in i-ith'T aex. Involuntary listtes niulHpormat-orrhti-n
eniiaoil by over-oxertlm of the bruin, eelf.
libuwMir over-iiidultfeiieo. I'Jieh Ixix contnini
one montirs tnnlment. $I.)h box, or bix boxes
fort'i.U),ionl by mini prcpanlon receipt of pneo.
Wal I AATF.K KIX KOXF.H
To cum uny euai. With onch order nivel byus
for six boxes, neconipanieil with WO will
send tho purubnuer our written gimrunteo to re
fujnl llio inoiiey if tlio treat niontdoea not effect
a cure, tiiuirniiteea inhiiodciilyby
1IAUUY W. SCIIUII,
Druggist. Cor. Commercial ave. & ISih St.. Cairo.
617 St. Charles Strcot, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A virular (iiu,limi oftwoiiieitle.it
colli i , bus Iii-cii Imiver enitiuted In the treul
rneut of Clirmiic, Nervous, rUin erntl
Itlooil llUe.ii' H Hi. 111 anv othi ridivslelun In
r-U Units, hi city iaii i'i sksw hiiiI all old rest.
1I111IH know. Consultation ,.t nltli'e or by mall,
freeauil Invlteil. A I'ltenilly liilknr Ills npilili.u
costs 110II1I111:, Whi n It Is Ini-iiiiveuli'iit to visit
the city .or treiitini-nt, 1 1 1 -i 1 it-s can he sent
by mull or exim-ss i vervwhere, Cnralile 1 ae
I'linniule.-il : win re iloiilit exists 11 It, frankly
aliileil. Call or Wrlle.
WerTous Prostratioa, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and other
affections of Throat, Skin and bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Aflee-
tions, Old Sorei and Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriage. Eheumati.'m, Piles. Special
attention to cues from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Disease! arising from Imprudences, Exeesaeij
Indulgences or Exposures
It 9 si lf-e I htil Unit a phy-lelan paying
particular attention in seta- oiea-e attains
k-ri'iit skill, ami I'Ih irliis In reirnlar praetlee
al! over the emintiv k mm In k llils, f i -1 11 -11 1 1 y
r iniuieii'l ea-.es In I he oldest i.lliee III Aue-rlea.
where eiery kunwu a iUiiiiie Is reported to.
ami the ln-ovorl ironil i-i-nif 1te of all
sues and count rh- are Usui. A whole Itouss Is
used loroillce iuiiiih,'. and all lire treated w ith
skill Iu a resiictrn in ii 11 ue r : ami. knowing
what lo d". no c xin-i-l im-n t lire inade, Hiiae
roiin: ol the 1 ml iiinntier niilvliii. the
rliHi'irrs are k'-iit lo. often tomr than Is
ili itiaiiili il I'V oilier- 1 1 Mm seciirc the skl'l
anil nd aspH-dv and perfect Iiim cure, thnt Is
the 1 11 1 1 . l I nit mallei . I'aliiiilel, M paKi'k,
seel In uny uibliean fur.
plaus. I MARRIAGE GUIDE. ! pages.
Kleuant oli.ttl 11:1. 1 till bllntllm. Seiilul for SU
cents o sil:ue i r I'lireui y. Dverllllv won
terfiil pen plelures, line In life 111II1I1 on tlio
follow loir Milieel ho inn ui'iri v. who not;
nhiV I'l-oj.i'i- nue to m,iir . Who marry Drat,
ituiiliooil, onis'iliiwl. I'lix "leal deeiiy. Who
1I1011I1I inar.'i . lion I He 11 1 1 I liiipplness m-iy l.
.nerease.l. 'I'liu-e mairietl or tminlatlnij
loiii i loi' si,iiii, re,,, . It nnubl lo be rend
ny all adult pel sous, tin 11 ki l t under I'm k and
key. Popular -.III ton. -nine nsiihoie, lull pilier
(over and piitl". ii fel.t ' mull, in lliouejr
N.'Uiozonn, (new NoiM'-l ife, Slipnetli II 1 1 I
Vl'tnri is ,1 (mi. Hue ri'sloi'.ilue for (he Loss of
Mutily Vliforiu Youtirf, Middlr-Atted and
Old Men, mi m.'illiT liiuii wliui eiiuse. In Ner
vous Uoliility, Kxliaitation, Impotency,
F11 minal Weiikn-sa, nml klinlreil iiiliueiils,
Mils ct tndard Rometly is 11 certain cure, und
liiull Mieli siilleiers, win) semi h stuteliielit of
1 1 1 -1 1 Irniilili'i, a ipiiiutlty aiinielent to pro j Us
virtue will lie sent Freo of Coat. Address,
n NEUROZONE MEDICAL c6.,
P. O. Boa 2494, St. Loull, MOi
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