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THE GREAT. GERMAN
Rfllovw and cures
II KA D M UK, TOOTH A(HK,
SorensM, Cutl, Bruilsi,
FHOSl Bl l
nt'HNN, MA .,
And all other bodily aehus
FIFTY CENTS BOTTLE.
H, Id by nil ImiKKlsla and
H-IIT iri'Cll(,M In 11
The Charles A. Vogeler Co.
Hall I mo re, Mil., V.. A."
The Daily Uulletin.
Corndl UniviTsily is to Iimvp a profes
ior of, pliynicnl culture.
riiil:lilc!ilii:l li;u two liiiic-ball clubs
corupowstl of I'olorcd women.
Jumcs A. Iliuri.t, (In) oriuiD kin"; of
Florida, received .i;:I,iKm) net for hi
orano crop thin yeiir.
lu Hudson, Columbia county, N. Y-.
is the largest tipple orchard in the world
H0.0W trees on IKHJ acres.
The drt'Ky j'oiiiijr man, to be in tonn
now, must Iimvc a narrow stripe of braid
down the idu of his pantaloons.
Jeweled hnieelets, worn on the left
forclij, are Urn latest novelty for aristo
A white squash can't be sold in Bostou
and a vellow squash can't be oM in
Some unpatriotic scoundrel has daub
ed paint upon the Soldier' Monument
Syrin'injj applo tree with a weak
volution of soup ami carbolic acid will
' In twenty-three years the wheat acre
age (if Colorado has increased from ten
acres to fifty thousand,
I'orthnd. Ore., is to have this year ft
Jl.iMi.tfm. bridge and railroacl work
chops co-tin' .',! hi,0 xt.
rrin?cs Sunt Winnemuccs, of the Pi
utes, think thai Indian Ajjer.ti ought to
to army otlieer".
The reiurris from N'ova Scotia mines
for lssj !iow tiiat l.:ii.j,811 tons of coal
were jiroduced, llA'.lj tons of iron, end
14.107 ounces of gold.
The eight railroad lines having their
termini in Boston have carried over
forty million pasviiger- tlio past year,
with only eight fatal accidents.
From a Hock of heep purchased three
years ago for a Culpepper, Va.
farmer has realized SiM11. and has on
bis farm '.itO lambs.
The American Tract Society reports
that it liiw distributed 77.000.(Vi pagej
of evangelical literaturu in the past
The importation of cattle from Kurope
to this country promises to be more ex
tciiMve this year than in previous sea
tons. It it!ie belief of the Centilesin Utah,
that within the last year plural mar
riages have been more numerous than
In France and Kriglaud a scaffolding
is erected complete in advance of the
building a practice which much dimin
ishes the chance of an accident.
Mrs Booth, mother of the actor,
lives in Philadelphia. She has a kind,
bad face, and she loves to talk to her
In view of tho immense number
manufactured, the wonder is what In
comes ot all the pins, doctors and law
Auu-t Bartholdi, who designed the
statue of 'Liberty F.nlightening the
World." for New York harbor, is almost
fifty years old.
One of the latest Parisian schemes is
a tunnel Itctwecn that city and Kniiitn,
to be over sevtity-lhrce miles long and
tilass mm ires of Hindoo deities are
manufactured iu Birmingham and ship,
ped to India for worship by the devout
Idolators of that country.
The two last descendants of Amerigo
Vopticci are living in poverty in Italy.
They hao petitioned the Italian Gov
ernment for a pension of ftvi per
A Cincinnati drv-irood.s man won't ad
vertiso because so tnanv other dealers
do. He hasn't made a dollar for tho last
ten '.cars because so many oilier dealers
You ask what a libel suit is. A libel
suit, mv son, is where a man ptivsalaw
yer ijlo,iMH) in order to get $1,000 out of
another man lie thought was a fuol and
in now sure of it.
The ashes ofCco. W'hitlicld, the fa
mous preacher, reioso beneath the old
No'.itli Church, Newburyport, in which
venerable New F.ngland edifice ho tie
livercd his last sermon.
J'liiL'luiid has two irood agricultural
college suited for the education of
the more wealthy class, but beyond tho
reach ot the great bulk of tenant tiirm
Jimolliy Keating, HO years of ago,
hsw been In tho employ of a gtw coin
pauy in Philadelphia forty-seven vent's,
and in all that lime has not lost
The discouraged silver-minors of Vir-
ginia City, Nov., regard the return of a
pair of gray eagles to one of the basalt
dill of Alt. iMViuson as a p"i iumi
They hail been away sinco 1K65.
M,. i.'ii..ilwih Stone has ciVntl t
luge lot of land in Washington and
!.!"i.ooo In money for tho erection and
iinlnteiiance of a home for needy wk
on of i he Protestant Kpk'optil Church,
N.'w Kndmul Bnptists propose to
pstalilinh Suimnei' watering plaeo at
Crescent Bench, oil tho' alior of iMujr
Island, nbout unveil mlN wwt of Now
Washington Is not tlia only ltr lath
country whom men artfulued by polm
plnyinjV, And tho ruin Is worked in tho
parlors of homo as well as at the club
rooms and at hotels.
Herbert llerkomer, the great Knglish
artist, is described as "a lithe young
man, with coal-black whiskers and
smooth black hair, parted in tho cen
ter." A colored mother dreamed beneath
the blurs of Georgia that she was beat
ing a pone. When she rone next morn
ing she found her baby dead. The cor
oner nail that every bone in its body
"Shall we wear a silk hat?" was the
subject of a lecture by a Brooklyn di
vine recently. That is a question
which no man can answer. Every
thing depends on which way the elec
"There is not a cuspidor in the whole
of the House of Commons, or In nny of
the hotels of England," says Joseph
Cook. No wonder Americans return to
their country and say there's no place
A Eeutleuian'fl card is engraved in
niall, di.iiiuct script w ith tl,u name in
the center and address in tho right hand
corner; a member of a club may have
the name of the club engraved in tho
left hand corner.
According to the United Slates Com
missioner of lvlecntion, ii1,47"j,00 lias
been given by private individuals for
iilitcauonal purposes in tins country
within ten vears: This does not include
the recent gift of Slater and others,
amounting to k,ki0,0OO.
Au Oil City man, who lost a leg in
the armv, settled the pension agent bv
saving he never intended to apply for a
pension, ns be had been more than re
munerated for hi loss by his wife elop-
.i . . i. L r . l !
ing with another
man wnuo no was in
In Daniel Baun, a 20-vear-old
vouth of Huntingdon, Pa., became vio-
ctiilv insane and was chained in n room.
from which he has never emerged in all
these sity yars. Iu all this time his
two bachelor lno: tiers liave taken care
Officers and clerks of the Railway
Mail Service aro to le required to write
the names of States in full in directing
mail mailer. , II would be a good thing
if tho public would follow the rule,
especially where the abbreviations are
nearly the same or iiahle to tie mislead
Lightning struck a Florida man the
other dav iu the side, tan down his leg
to the knee, forked and burned two
streaks to the sole of his foot. After
caving him it hunted up a can of
powder, which it exploded and then
knocked a sick man out of bed. The
latter found himself cured of the chills
when he recovered from the surprise,
and the other follow is none tho worse
for the lightning trick. The house, how
ever, is a total wreck from the powder
A Trov afternoon newspaper put
lished recently an extract from tho
Washington correspondence of a well
known paper, which purported to give
urn origin oi win mum; uuciu n.tu i
applied to the United States. It lsprob
able that the Washington correspondent
in question has less opportunity to seek
for the origin of the name than Mr
Weise, who devotes some Miace to elu
cidating the name in his hi-tory of Troy
According to Mr. Weise, "Uncle Sam'
was the appellation given to one Sam
uel Wilson, a man of kind and benevo.
lent disposition who tloui isbed in Trov
about V2. During the military opera
tion along the northern borker in tho
war of IHl'J, Samuel and Kbetiezer Wil
son were engaged in an extensive
slaughtering business, employing about
one hundred men, and slaughtering
weekly more than one thous:in( head of
cattle During the year he and his
brother received a contract from Klbert
Anderson. Jr., an army contractor, to
supply the troops stationed at Green
bush with beef, "packed in fil!l-boun
barrels of white oak." Samuel WHsim
was also appointed nt this time an in
ipector of lieef for the arniv, and was
accustomed in this line of duty to mark
all tho barrels of meat passing the in
speetion with tho abbreviated title U. S
for United States. Iu the army at tho
cantonment at Grcenbush there were a
number of soldiers who had enlisted in
Troy, and to whom "Uncle Sam" and
his business were well known. The
beef received from Troy they nhvay
alluded to as "t ncle ,sam s oeeT, am
tne other soldiers without auy inquiry
began to recognize tho letters L. S. as
the Initial designation (o "Uncle Sam
A contractor from the Northern lines
strengthened this impression thereafter.
when, purchasing a large supply of la
in Troy, ho advertised that ho had to
reived a supply of "Uncle Sam's" beef
of a superior quality. "Tho name"Un
cle Sam,' " savs Mr. Weise, "few know
ing its derivation, became in a littlo
while tho recognized familial' dcslgna
lion oi llie united Mates, and is now as
well known to the world nn tho appella
tion John bull, irotj telegram.
Question "I stmoso a great advance
has been made in the art during the past
Answer "Wo think we have made
some advance, but then we thought ho
ten. fifteen and twenty years aro.
can remember when via thought we ha
reached the top of tho ladder and wero
doing perfect work, but when wo look
at that work to-day wo are ashamed of
it, and well may be, Tho photographs
which were taken twenty years ago aro
old and faded, and cannot be compared
h any respect wiui tnoso ol to-day, I
suppose twenty years henco those of us
who are living men win smiio as nicy
look at what we now annum in pnoio.
graphy. Wo oro constantly making
advances In tho nrl, ami vviuio they aro
not perhaps so noticeable as I hose mado
in other branches of scionco, thoy aro
none Hid less advances, which become
easily nptmront when the work of to-dav
is contrasted with that of a Bcore of
years ago. 1 anticipate still greater ad
vances Tn the future, and I believe tho
time will come when the press will not
on v chronicle tho events of tho dav a
over the world, as It now does, but bv
tho combined aid of the telegraphy und
photogrspuy win daily prone nt its read
ers with views of (he mot striking
events of the das', 'tukeu on the spot,
and transmitted around the world by
telegraph. "uosion t rantenpt,
CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 20, 168S.
ill VER NEWS.
W. V t..mirin. r!-r editor oi i'fli Hui.i.ktin
and steamboat passenuar agent. Ordura tor all
kinds of eteainhoat Job punting ollrlli-il. OAlr.e
nl Hower'a European llolnl. No. 71 Oblu levee.
Tho Gun Fowler had a small party of
young ladies and gentlemen on board yes-
rday, who embarked at Pmiunah for a
trip to our city and return to Paducah.
Among tho party was Missis Mmta Birdie
Hiid Mut tie Fowler, Alliu sndFlorcuco Lee,
Miss Irene Leech and Miss Mollio Crum-
baugh, all of the ladies being residents of
Paducah with the exception of Miss Crura-
bitugh who resides at Eddyville. Mr, Joe
fheire, of Memphis, Saunders Fowler and
Warren Thomberry, of Paducah, wero tho
younir gentlemen gallants. The party was
pleasant one and the girls were all
Tho Golden Crown from New Orleans is
luo early this morning for Cincinnati.
The Andy Baum will report here early
this morning for Memphis. Get your
tickets from Agent W. F. Lambdin.
The propcct for the biggest rise since
41 is almost assured at St. Imis.
The river ni'irked by tho gauge at this
Hirt last evening 6 o'clock 38 feet 8 inches
mid rising slowly, but the big rise coming
out of the Mississippi is likely to swell the
river here some three or four feet.
The Wyoming from Cincinnati is due to-
lay for New Oilcans.
The Bollu Memphis from Vicksburg is
lue this evening for St. Louis.
The City of New Orleans from below
will pass up for St. Liuis lo-morrow morn
The Gus Fowler from Paducah will re
port here at 3 p. m. connecting with I. C.
H. It. and leave on her return trip at 4:30
The John A. Scudder passed up for St
Louis last evening.
The Guiding Star from New Orlehns is
lue to-morrow for Cincinnati.
The City of Buton Rouge leaves St. Louis
this evening for New Orleans.
The J. II. Hillman from Nashville is due
to-niyht and leaves here on her reiurn trip
at 10 a. m., to-morrow.
The Granite State with Capt. John Grif
fith in command leaves St. Louis this even
ing for Cairo, Paducah and Shawneetown.
Business on the wharf yesterday was
very dull and the day throughout wa9 dis
A Denver mar, hunting wild geese,
Stood in water way up to his koees,
lie became very lame,
Hut was cured all the same,
For St. Jacobs Oil, is "just the cheese."
This beautiful refuge from summer heat,
dust and mosquitoes, is now open
l'i r the season. Three never-failing
Springs of coldest water whose medical
qualities have stood the test ot
more than sixty years continual use, the
waters of each of a different kind, serve a
different purpose in bringing strength to
the feeble and health to the sick. These
Springs are in a mountain valley whose
sides are of perpendicular cliffs, a hundred
l'e t high, jutting out here and there in
fantastic tlmpc s resembling beasts and birds
The woodland paths are a continual temp
tation to long and delightful rambles of
which one forge's to become weary.
AN AKTIK1CIAL LAKK
lor boating and fishing has been added
to the natural scenery, bounded on one side
by cliffs at whose base the water reaches a
depth of ten to fifteen feet and the other is
a gradual slope from the hill", the whole
coveting several acres of ground.
"No. C the 'iron Spring'Mias propertie
that are unsurpassed as a tonic and is almost
n specific for malsria.
"No. 8" the"Mns!M!sial"inn never-failing
remedy for dyspepsia, and liver or kidney
troubles, and the "Alum Spring" does
the best service as a wash for etuptinns or
(I incuse of the skin.
A new bath house is by no means the
least among the latest additions.
The cottages have been thoroughly renova
ted; the beds arc furnished with mattresses
and springs; new cottages have been built;
the dining-room is large and airy and the
kitchen is iu charge of a firbt cIuhs steam
boat cook all, for tho summer, at 8.00 per
week; children under 12 years, second or
scpantt table, half price.
Parlies from Cairo can take an early
breakfast at home or at Vienna and arrive
at the Springs iu time for dinner; fare
across by hack 75 cents or by private cm-
veyance for three or more 75cts. to $1.00.
trunks extra. J. E. Lemen, Prop.
P. 0. Allen Springs, III.
I State a Monro St., Chicago.
W HWftnil nrfiHil.t Mftny ttMrralhtlr
i for livl, ,iKi .ui, lYu k,ii(rrti"i
Ini lUtliMlunnm immii, rps mill,
IVmtMQt, hmulii. CtWAiniM.
Hull. Ilium MurnS Siiltk 11,1
1 Halt, Kiimlry IUnH Oumu, Hnaf
jtlnunil., at-o uii'lihiw nt.lru. una and Kf-
f CbMu UuJ kliule,
That smart, men average V00 tn IR no per day pro.
jit, sell ng tho "Pocket Manual," Tbe moat marvel
loua llltlo volume ever issued. Needed, endorsod
and purchased by all classes; nothing In the hook
linn ever equal to It. Will prove it or forfeit $M
Complete sample and outfit 5 o , or lull parti
rulsra for stamp. Dnu't start nut again until you
loarn what la said of thla hook and what others
are doing. W. II, THOMPSON, Ptibllaher, 401
Arch Htruot, Philadelphia. Pa. aprd-am
P0KT GltAPE WINE
kku'h Port Gpapk Wink !
FOUR YEARS OLD.
rpll IS t'KI.KBKATK II NATIVE WINE la mala
J- from the Julre of ihe Oporto drape, raim:il In
tliia country. Ha Invaluable tnntc anil mri'tih
cnlnK propiirtli'n are iinmirpancrt liv any ullii-r
NativaWlne. ItidriK ihu pnrejulro of tlie (irapii,
prniluced nnilr Mr. Kpuer'a own puraonal a'lpiirvl
aion, in purity and k iio Ini na, are Kiiarantei'it
Tfat yniinvat child may partaka of Ha K' neroiin
qualftiKa, and the wkhUo! lovalid unu It to advan
taiiA It la particularly lt!iicnril lo ihu uod and
dfhililatod, and unU'd to ihu yarioua allmnntK that
affurt the wi-akiT ax. It la In every respect A
WINK TO BE KEI.IKIl ON.
Speer'8 J J. Sherry.
The P. J. HIIKKR V laa wlno of Snnertor Char
acti'r and i artakeaof the rlchqimlitli nof the krape
from which II la male For nirlty, Hichnoaa, l la
vot and Medicinal Propertiep. It will be found un
Sneers P. J. Brandy.
Thla BRANDY iitanda nnrlralcd In this f'oiinlrn
helngfar superior for medicinal purpoKea. It ! a
puredistillatinn Irom the urape. and contains vul
uahle medicinal properties. It has a delicate fla
vor, limdar to that of Ihe craps, from which It is
distilled, and la In great favor amonz flrt-claa
tanlltea. rice that the aicnnliirn of AI.KKKI)
8PKEK, Paf ale, K . J.. Is over the cork of each
Sold Hv paui scinm
AND BT DKUOOISTSIEVERYWHKK.
For Seventeen Years!
I have suffered from Scrofula about 17 vears. The
disease belna moatlv confined to mv letrs and an
kles mv ahin bones were covered with la ee ulcers
and one mass of rotten ftenn, and the odor almost
unbearable. AU remedies ami treatment- which I
trW filled to do ine any eod. At lint I beiian
taking H . 8. H.. continuing for about four month
and I AM fc'KUTA NLYWEI.L. I took S. H. Is
under the supervision of phyrician of ili years
active practice, by your ordor. Pievlous to takiui;
h. S. . I attunes roaiil scarce y walk. imv,
can walk ail Cay, and 1 have to thank s. . h , una
Itonly, formycuie. I UUS. McKA HI, sND,
M Foundry St.. Atlanta, Cla.
I have taken with great benefit S.H.S. fur a clear
caeof Kcjicma. The eruption has entlrelv i:lap
peared. and I am well. VV. J. HOILNSON.
Ulember N . Ua., Conference, Atlanta, Ga.
If you doubt, come to see ns. and we will (THE
YOU, or charge nothing! Write f.r the little book
free, Ask any druggist as to ouraiaridlng.
ONE THOUSAND DOLLAHH KEWAIf) will bo
paid to any Chemist who will And -n ana y-is of
1IKI bottles 8. S. S., one particle of Mi rcury, lodlilu
Potaaslun. or other mineral substan- e
Ttlli SWIrT SPECIFIC CO , Proprletorf,
Price ot Small Size, fl no Large Siio, $17 1.
S'jld by all drugalsts a
EVERYBODY IS GOING TO
1 TT T 1
ON T3K OCCASION OF THE
TO BE HKLD FROM
May 24 to June 23, 1883.
Thellllnola Central Railroad will run one of
their popular excursions by special train on Tues
day, June 19, 188J. Train leaves Cairo at 2:Sa,m.
Fare to Chicago aud return,
Arriving at Chicago at fl:H0 p. m. of the same day.
ADMISSION. 50 Cents!
The first Exposition of iho kind over held
in the World.
Visitors will huvua grand opportunity of witness
ing the I'ullmao I'rol'uvelonnl Itegaita at Pullman.
Ills,. Juno 'i! aud IB, 181, Among the etitrlus are
Chumplon of the World;
WALLACE ItOSH, OKO, HOSMRR, (iEO. W.
LEE, CHAN. R. 1 OUK'l'NKY, and a
The Hummer Running Meeting, o( tho Cbleag t
Driving Park, Jnne 'Mifto July 4th. Inclusive, Kor
programme, write I). L. Hall, Hocretiiry, Chicago.
IVHIeepIng car will bn atucbnd to thu above
tram t Cairo, III. It, will be ready for occupancy
at H ! ai., Juno 18. Kate per berth, $4,611. Appli
cations for berths akould be made to J. F Merrv,
Ocu'l Wei-tern Pasi. Agent, Manchoa;or, Iowa, on
or lieini June lilt h.
pa-Tlckcta will bo no'd. to relnn on or before
Thursday. July 6, to Include tho tralus of that dav.
Attention Is called to the fact that the Evening
Train out of Chlcaga stops only at certain pints
math of Kftlngbiuu, and no otlior stops will bo
insile for Jiartlvt holding Excursion Tickets
J. F, TUCKER, , " A.H.HANHON,
Truffle Manager. Oeu. Pass Agent,
3. r, MKRKY.Qea, Wtslarn Pass, Aguut, Man
nnt,i .nnii..i , ,, 1
kkw dkops applied to tho siirtaon
.nil alMilMt ln.Hly lw
'--; , ZZ , . rnnni ii win not Boll ciotnino'i
nor dlaoowr tha Bain, r leave 1liogrmii)a efT:U of any kind. It
Stiff Joints, Nanralqta Lam Back, Cramps, Tooth-Aohe,
Sots Throat, Paiaila tha Limbs r Iu any purt ot tho KysMn.
and Is enually enieaelnus fur all pains
rciiuinng- a iowenui uinusivn wimuiaui. pee niAm-ii'
Ask your DnigKlst for It. Trice co cts per bottle
1'repared ouly by JACOB S. MERRELL,
-WTioleaala Dnigirlat. 9T.
After a Rainy Hide a Country Physi-
nan lens viiat lie Tiiinks or
"I 'vlcli to crncliim mine people would learn
Wlln IhftV filn.l A, np .. a l,..n 11... u Jnni
........ .... v i n,.uM , 'I ' J UUII
exc aimed lloctorK , ai lie entered bis house
In a coaey little villatfu In the Interior of the Htste
of New York, after a teilloua uiuht rldu formally
inllva. I have beeti dnwn amnn the mimnlaliii to
see a mini, who Iba messenger 'a d. was very sick,
and not likely ro live 'till mornlnc, unloss he hail
Immediate help; and lound him sullenna from a
ra'her ahnrp attatk of co Ic, which Ills family
mlllht have relieved In ten minutes. If they had a
train of sense and two ortliroi simple remedies In
the house. But no; th-y must remain Ignorant as
I'llff, anil whi n the least ache or pain tikcs them,
send for doctor, whether they ever pay him or
Why Doctor, what kind of simple remedies, at
you call tb' m, do you expect people to keep In the
house" asked his wife, as she poured him a cup
of hot tea.
In this cane," auswerce the Doctor, ''If they
had only putt BENSON'S CAI'CINE I'OKOUS
I'l.AST hit on the man's stomach, he would have
been all right In a boar, and raved me a dreary
In all ordinary complaints tt cures at once.
All diseases are eliminated Irom tht syste n by
whatmiybc roughly called expulsion or etn.c
ton, or by a union of the two processes. Ken-
son's Plaster promotes both. It incites the torpid
orgausto act, and scuds I B heatlii, soolhlntr in
fluence through the myriad porei of tho sklu. All
other plasters oblige the patient to wait. Tlmy
Kivihlm hope for to-morrow. Bensnn'a plaster
Kive him help to day. Which la better, do you
think? Buy the CAPLINK and keep it lu tho
bonne. Price US cents.
Seabury Jt JohMcoD, Chemists, New Yo k.
A MONTH and IKJAUD for three livo
Yi'Uiil' n en or lailli-a In each mini, v. Act
drei-s I'. W. Ziegler & Co.. Chicago, 111.
4 HK Y()o tiOINH TO UllILDT Co-opmtive
I'lans of Ilonnea, largo and small. Most modern
designs, by skilled, experienced architect, with
Miecitlcalioiis complete, from $5 unwarda. Sund Id
tenia for explanations, lllusirated Pamphlet.
FINCH CO., 7 Warren HI, New ork,
NAVAL BATTLES "
W O K L I).
Ry KDVY.aKDKU I'I'KN. Medical Director V. 8.
N. A Thrilling Plctor.al Iltsiury of tho World's
great Sea Figbli, with specimens of Naval Archi
tecture of ail ages. A record nt Wonderful Ex
ploits more Interesting than (V tlon. Piice only
l .It sells everywhere. AUGNTS make $11X1.(0
per month. Address
J. C. McCt'llDY & Co., Chicago, III.
HIS I.IKE iNi) CHA It ACT ICR. By C. Kdward t.est
er, aut hor of "The Olory aud Shame of Eng'and',"
"Ihe Napoleon Dynasty." etc Illuatrated. l'a
pur. 10 centa; cloth, cunt- j Half Russia. H5 cunts
Postago atampa taken. Not sold by dealers
price loo low. Also the following, (argg type
Life of Alex. H. Stephens, 10c , 2."ic. aun Xc
I. Ke of Washington Irving, by Stoddard, 6c,
Life of Sir Isaac Newton, by -las. Parton, - 2c.
Hip Van Winkle, by WastifngtoN Irving, - lie.
Durulngof Home, by Canon Karrar, . . tic
American Humorists Artemus Ward,
Kuoch Arden, by Allred Tennyson, v!c.
Deserted Village, The Traveler. (ioHsmlth, - ile,
Cotter's Saturday Mghl, etc., Koliert Burrs, i!c.
Hchliar's Song of the Hell, mil other Poems, tic.
The Hea Serpents of Hclenco, Andrew Wilson, i!c.
World-Mmashlng, by W. Mattlcu Williams, 2c,
JOHN H. ALDbN, Publisher, 18 Vesev St. N. Y.
Tha Wonderful Efficacy of
Baa been ao f miuoutly ami satisfactorily provea
that it seems almost suerfluoua to say anything
mora In their favor. The Immense and constantly
Increasing- demand for them, both In tills and foreign
oountrlelathetKwtovidonoaof tbelrvaluo. Their
ale to-day In the United States la far Kreatur tliau
any other cathartio medicine. Thla demand la
Dot apaamodlo, It la regular and steady. It la not
of to-day or yesterday, It Is au Increase that haabeen
steadily growlnn forthelaetthlrty-flveyeara. What
are the reasons for this great aud urowltiK demand I
lr. Hrhenrk'a .Unndrake Plllxomtaln no mer
cury, and ynt they aet with wonderful effect upon
the liver. Tbey cleanse tbo stoiuaiii and bowelaof
all trrltatlmr matter, which. If allowed to ronialn,
polaiiuatlie blood, and brintra on Malaria, Ohilla and
Fever, and many other iliseasea. 'J hoy trlve health
and Btrenttth to the ditnwtlvn nivana. They create
appetite and (five vitror to the whole syetoiu. They
are in fact tlie medicine of all oUierawhicli should
be taken Intliuea Ukethe pronent, when malarial and
other plilimiliw are rairtnir, an Uiey prepare the ay,
tent to must attacks of diaeam of every character.
Dr. Hchenck'a Mandrake I'HIa are sold by all
drumrlHW at 2.e. er Ih,i. or acut by mail, KWtpaid,
on reoelpt of price.
Dr. HchencU'a Hook on CnnMiiinpllon, IJv.
rr ( oinplulnt and Dvapepahi, iu Kimllsli or
German, ia aent free to all- Addn sa Dr. J. II.
MIIIIKNCK Ai MN, I'hllndi'lphlft. 1'r.
fcWYi'luUirCT.-.-.. Jw ...
A New and Complete Hotel, fronting oil hevai
Second and Railroad Streets,
Tbe Passenger Depot ol Iho Chicago, 8t. Louis
and .ew Orleans: Illinois Central; Wabash, Nt,
Louis and Pacific: Iiou Monntaln and Moulhorn,
Mobile and Ohio: Cairo and fit. Lout Railway!
are all Just across tho street; while the Steamboat
Landing Is bat one square distant.
Thin Bntol ia heato4 by steam, has steam
Laundry, Hvdra!lc "Kletator, Electric Call Delia,
Automatic Klre-Alarms, Bat ha. absolutely pura air,
perfect sewerage and uiraplcleappolntaienta..
Buiierb furnishings; parfecl Mrvlca; and em
xculled table , . f , :
UP. PAH IU l)im mm
5 v-.-i . 3... . . rrit 3
A I'owtrliil iiitrttlluliuoiii
losnit roestly of Kssnntial Oils
The most ponatratlng Mniment
" ""own. no cimccnirilicd ifiai a
wld Penatratatothvr Bon
..r ..?'"0In" 2f "?n
In the Stomach anil Bowels
Decided opinions (pressed In lanirnaRe that can
he mule-Mood ; the inninpti'st, fullest and most ac
cural Intelligence of whatever lu Ihe wlilo world It
worth ntto' tlon. 1'hat. is what evr rvbody la anr
to llnd In any edlfon of TH K HL'N. rlnbscrlption:
IlAiir ( I pages ), by mall, We a month, er t)S SO
a year; Khniay( pagiis), l.&per year; Wiiilv
(S paijesi, tl.oil per year.
I. W. IWil.ANli. Publisher. New Y rkOlty.
IklVOKCKS.-Ni, pablleity; residents of any
State. DesKertlon, Non fiunpoit. Advice ana
atiplleatleiis for stump. W. II. I.KK, Att'y, 1B9
1 1 road way, N . Y.
W ft will pay iht hnx rf wirrf (or nr ttt I.lvr CirQipUlnl
Pvpptat Hirk H-avtswIi, Indmmlon, Cnitattfitin r CwtlTrntH,
wt tnaolrura wttii Wttl't Wgt tittle l.ivcr I'llli. whrn Iht Hir
llniftr tlrlly C'nifll wtlh. 1 hf y art pumly vrft tab It , fto4
ntvtrfll to rlvt tttf4( tin. Pn(i.p Coatt.l, I.irgt boin, tm
Ulnlne ;t pUu '6 rrnti, Ktr tula t-r til drirvKu. Hri ot
rvimirrrtlti ami ltuUtii'rn, Tnt gi-ntilnt mamitiui'irrtl eiUy by
JOHN Wkht V.tt., IM A l-Ct W. Mtdiion (., Cfecar
trtt tnaj pt. aeni ty n jTijith) on tKiplof a J t,tut itAiup
Health is Wealth !
Do I-:. i'.Woit'm Nkuvk and Pimin TitrtT-
ttrs r, a giiiinintwxl epnh for llyKi-ria, Ihzai.
nm, I imvitlhiona. rite, Nervous mmrniKia,
IIailHehM,Nirviiia Proetnition mused hy thorn
ofnlonliMl or tntuwco, Wnkeftilnewi, MnnUil De
ireHsii)ii,HoftenimOf the Drain reulting in in
aanity Hint Icailinu to miaery, dei'iiy ami (leath,
PromHturo OIiIAko, DiirruniiMNj, I.ia of power
in nithi-r eox, Involtiiitiiry IteMe nnn Hiwrmau
iirrlnifautnaml liyovrxertion of the bruin, self,
atiiimi or ovcr-ihiliiluoiico. Ench box runtaina
lino imintirs troiitmfnt. tl.Uin box. or six boxet
fur $."i.tfi,aiMiOiy mail lr Hiilon nt-eipt of price.
: ;'AICAXTKK MX. KOXKH
To euro nny caso. With ench order rocoiveii byna
for eix loxe. HcconiiMtuieil with 'UHI, w will
eeiiil I ho purchawT our wrilUu Kuaranb to r
fund the motley if tho trwitnmtit docs not eflect
a euro, (jiiaruntwa isauod only by
IIAIIRY W. SOIIUII.
Druggist. Cur. Commercial avc. 4 lHlh St., Cairo,
617 St. Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A. rK"lnp Cirri'liial of two medical
cul li-ni-s, Iuih I n Imu'cr i-UKiiged In the treat
ment of Chronic, Nurvoim, Cm Ic 1 11 anil
lilood l)s-.iii' than any other pbyslc-liin in
St. Louis, na city paiH-rn hkaw and all old re.
1 1 1 1 1 -4 know. ( L'lisnit.itlon -t olliceor ay mall,
freeund luvlteil. A I'rlciiilly tulkorhlfiopliili.il
posts nothing. When It iKiuconvnileiit fovlslt
the city .r Ireatincnt, iiiolli-liieH can lie sent
by mall or expr" everywhere, ( uralile cn-e
ininrnnti'i'il ; wlu re doubt exists it is frankly
stnti-il. Call or Write.
Nervons Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and other
affoctions or Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affeo-
tions, Old Sores and Ulcers, Impedimants to
Marriage, Rheumatism, Piles. Special
attention to cases from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Excessoty
Indulgencas or Exposures.
It In M'lr-ovlitcnt Hint a physician paying
particular attention to a clan, ofrawa atlalna
Kri-nt skill, and plivslelaim In rriiular praelleu
all over the country knowliiK Ibis, fri',iiiitly
recoiiiiuemi cam-i to the olili-stotllee In America,
wlo-re evt-ry known upplliiiu-e lu reported to,
and the pi-ovoil (inml rfmli,ia of alt
aui-s and countrleH are uied. A whole Iioiim la
iiwd forolllce purwws, ami all are treated with
skill In a ropectiiil iuhiiiht; anil, knowing
what to do. no expei'lnii'iits are iiihiIv. (Jn ae
count of the irreii! uiiinlier applying, the
rharirri lire kej.t lov. often !owi-r than In
ilcumiiileil hv nllii-M If you m-eiire the nklM
and Bi t a upeei'.y and il'i i l lil'x cure, thai la
the linporlant uiatli-r. Pamphlet, M pageb,
sent to auy H'l,ln ,s free.
plates. ! MARRIAGE GUIDE. I ?&
Kleirant clulh ai:,l mlt blnilluir. Sealed for SO
eeliti In int;ofc or eiii reney liver filly won
terl'nl pen pletiiri"., true to lltj arlkieion tbe
tiilloH lii MiPleeP-. Who may marry, who not;
V-li y V Proper live tomari'v. Who man y Hint.
Jlanb I, Womanhood, liivileal ileeay. Who
.linn 1,1 many. How lilean l happluc-. limy bo
Ineieaed. I h"-i' marrleil or i tmnplatliitt
luarrylim slioiilil read It. It oiabt to be read
ny ail ndiilt. pi-cons, tin o kept under lock and
key. l'opiit ii' edition, -iilne asalKive, hut pnper
rover and xue pioii- U n ills b mull, lu niuuuy
Nouroione, (now Nerve-I.lfo, HiriMigth and
Vinnri Is :i puMfivo restiirnllvo for tin- Loaa of
Munly Vitror In Young-, Middle-Aged and
Old Men, no iiiiittiT from what ciinse. In Ner
vona Dobllity, Exhaustion, Impotency,
Heminal Weaknisa, uinl kindred alliueiila,
till-. Bt indard Remedy Ih n certain cure.nnil
to all aiiiil iiillerera, who hcihI a statement ot
their troubles, a iiiiintlfy aiitlleient tit provy Its
virtue will In- sent Freei of Coat. Address,
NEUROZONE MEDICAL C6.s
. O. Box 2484. St. Loula, Mo,
BtlMMEH LAW I.KCTl'UKS (n lie weekly), bo
gin l.'th July, In&I, und end Uih puptumt er. Have
proved of signal use, ml, to stud nta who design
to pursue tin tr simile at this or oilier Law School;
2d, to those who propose to read privately ; and :id,
to practitioners who have not had the advantage of
systematic instruction, Kor circular appiy(P. O.
Univurelly of Va ) to John II. Minor, 1'ruf. Coat,
and Slat. Law.
jrnwt, lifo is sweeping by, go
I 9 I J 1 VI I I laud dare helore vim die, soum-
aw' I I
W W I ,,llnK mighty and eiihllme
ILUJrV 1 1 leave hehludtoconguer time."
w mm tile a week lu your own town.
Five Dollar out lit fret. Nu
risk, Everything now. Capital not required. Wa
will furnish you everything, Many are making
fortunes. Ladies make a much aa meu, and boys
and girls make groat pay Header, If you waul
business at which you can make great pay all the
time, write for particulars to li. ll.lLLfciT A CO
L4fk J ra .SCIUAK
l el TOOL. . liooK.
Covmt SI90 f BABY
l I (Warranted. Addiwa
I 'r-rrnr -tt Co., V