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The only known x::llr. fur Kiii'piln Flu." "VJ
Alio fur epaum anil Kalllnir HrkUfHH. Nervous
Wcaknuei It Inntautly rellevva and rum. ( Icaniiea
blood aud qulrkenn tliucKlnh circulation. Neutra
lize! germi of disrate and aavca xli kn hm. Curea
A SKEPTIC SAID
ugly blotchea and stubborn blood sores. Eliminates.
Holla. Carbunrlea and Kralda, lITTerinaiiititly and
promptly cures paralysis. Yea, It U a rlianriliiK nd
bi'altlifnl AH'rli nt. Kill. Hc.rofula and Eltiga Evil,
twin brotbera. Lhaiigca bad breath to good, rumor-
Ing tlm causo. Koun tillloui tendencies and makes,
clear complexion. Equalled by none In the delirium
of fever. A eharnilng resolvent and a inauhlchit
laxatlvo. It drives filelr. Headache like the wind.
HT"ContalD no drastic fat liartlo or opiate). IJtlluvrs
tbe brain of morbid fancies. Promr.tlr curci lthni
mattira by routing It. Matona llfr-Klvltiit proper
tie to tbe blood. In (ruarsnterd to cur all nervous
disorders, jruellalilc when all opiates fall. lie.
freshea the mind and Invigorate the body. Cures
dyiprpiia or money rcf undrd.
iJlaeaaeanf th" blood own It aroniiurror, Endorsed
In writing hy iivit titty thorn-ami V-atllng nitltcti.
clergymen and i.liyalcUna lu I . r.atnl tumpe.
IVForsale by all leading druindits. 1.5n. (IK)
For Testimonials and circulars nnd stamp.
The Dr.Si. Richmond Med Co. St. Joseph-Jo.
From tieau. source ttri tbi. e lounhs ol
the) diaeaseii of tu0 huuiH.li m,. 'i twm
aympumu lndicato tiioirexnti-nce : of
App.tlu, llowtU costive, hick Head,
axhe, fuUiim after tatlnK, aversion to
exertion of botly ,,r mind, I.ruttntloi,
of food, Irritability ot temper, tow
aplriU, A f'-Unn of having itrglrrtrd
some duty, 1'lzzluoaa, J- luMrrliiK at the
Heart, Itot before the cyra. Iilulily col
ored trine, CO.f'l ll'A I lo.V utiU do
inand tbe uso of a remedy ttint acta directly
onthel.iver. AsaLlvt.i rrn ilfltif Tl'TT'S
PILLN have no .jual. Their action on tho
Kidneys and kin I also prompt; removing
U Impurities throuuli theo three " s av
enge re of the avsism," protlucinjf app
tlUi,otit)( dilation, n-Kuliir Mtvda, a oleiir
aklnauda vi(forou bodv. Tl'TT'S
cause no nastaea or giiidw: nor interfere
with daily work anil nr u perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
HE FEELN LIKE A SEW MAW.
"I have hail LryBnepaia, Willi (onmlpa
tlon.two yara, ami hv triPfl ton dlirercnt
kind of pllla, and Tl TT'S are the first
that have done me any goo.. Tbv have
cleamv) nie out nicely. Mv Bppe'ttte U
splendid, fooU dlirents readily, and 1 now
have natural n-iwn, 1 f.1 a new
man." W. L. EIjWAUIjS, I'aluiyra, O.
Bold Tenrwhr , a 5c . (UnVe,44 MurrnvSt. N.V
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
GUT llAIB OH WHI8KKK4 ctintigeil In
atantly toauimsr Hucg hy a Hli.gle Bp.
plication of this 1 yi:. .obl by Druujrlatd.
or Bent by frpresa cm r:eelpt of $ I.
Officii, 41 Murray S'.reH, New Vork
TVTT'S MANUAL OF U6EF7L RECEIPTS FRF I.
POSSIBLE TO ALL.
What Naluro (Ionics to many
Art secures to nil. Hasan's
Miisnolia Halm disju ls ner.v
jilemish, ovprcoinos Hediicss,
Freckles, Sallow iicss Housh
ness, Tan, K nipt ions and
Hlotches, and removes all evi
dences of heat and excite
ment. The Maffiiolia Halm
imparts t ho most delicate and
natural eomplexional tints -no
detection hoin? nossiltle to
the closest ohservaiion.
Tnder lliese circumstances
a faulty Complexion is little
short of n crime. Magnolia
Jialui sold everywhere. Costs
only 75 cents, with full di
: . .1 1
A New and uompiota Hotnl. fruntlnK on Uevei
Hecond and Railroad Htrceta,
Tbe Paaeiigr Ib'i'ot nl ttie C'hlf,hi:o, St. UnilH
Dd ow Orlrann: Illluoi ('antral; Wahanh, St.
I,onl nd Parlllc; Iron Mountain and Hontbetn,
Mobile and Ohio; rain and Nt. I.otna Kmiwaya
lire all Jnat acrnaa llio atreet; while tb Stcambimi
Landtnit t but one aijuani dlalant,
Thin Hotel la heatiid by ateiim, han ateam
Laondry. Ilvdrai.llc Elevator, Klmtrlc Ciill Bflla.
Automatic Flre-Alarma. Uniha, abpoliitely pure air,
Berlectnewnrare and tumpleto pTiolmmenia.
Baiierb fiirnitiblBKO I 1'vrfi'ct aorvico; and an tin
Ac ( !()..
B.nt.,n,.n.lillv Cured by Dr. PlTro'a Pn'ent
KntTn Kbia'To Truaa (fraiid.H.tlnv.'iiilnii ,.(;..
mh (ntHr.Onl'0.ilne Kloetrln Tn, n the world,
wd tbJ "on y o" that will pro.-rly f n in and bm j.
jallr on.r. Hrnla. r V e w
HMfl Wn IT, OIW. nu.i...-. ; i,. .
adeonnluiiiurour mannruo i ""f"" ''"" ""
ali vMra auo la immnint, for which -1 ahull ave' in-"P-S.
,1". M. II. For run .-tihna
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INVAKIAHI.T IN AtlVANCB.
All (Jouiiniinlciitiona vhould be addremid to
E. K BL'KSKrT.
Pilbllher and I'roirletor.
A IM ivn:m.
Wl lie, M' i" ! t' i I . I l lie (letlon
' l,i M el ll I 'in I i i :n I hi liilll'l t'l Mil Iter
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Ai ! i I'eii if. i nl'' ii 'll it -
ill ii. ini.e Hi" ' ii himhi-i a In. -I o riuiilitH and
t HI .
And i i in w i iiini;. if I tiii-m' To sturti-to
w , Me : -
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II I fe' Ih' I'lti;
I i i- iii ii i..r i. me bb I wlmt l"i elii'iri uro
i- , n I. i ti e im.i. -iii , 'lif irilat ol w if,
An. I nii'iiv it nt-1 ! N t m
U in ii en.' i iv i iiinu tu bl iili'1, f ir then
1: I:.' Mum il ni'iki' a tool , be drawn a line
1 ; i . r i i it, mill -.ii h
It h ,i li.t.'ii.ii.nii', in . I tin ant to murk
A ..iiee m In ie lie old ki. And i-lio
Hi Levi ii, e ,irn, ami ki-ei It, and thinks
'i'luii i-lie I b ii'.v.
HGHTINO IN THE DiEL
The Somithinp; That Gave a Maa a Terri
ble Shaking Up.
"You seem ntthci short of finders,"
fa'ul a li:ty fever tourist to the ilriver of
:t six-liorsi: V hite Mountain stao, who
skillfully driving with a hand
wnicli boasted only a thumb.
"Sort o" short,'' was the reply.
"Frozen otl'?" supstctl thu hay fever
"Nut exaetly. It was sort o1 like
Ihis; See that" littlo hill over there
that one with a larger one ju-t over it,
the 1vo lixik.u like a slipprr? Ye see
ti e slipper is a spur o' tne mountains,
and it was riht up about tew mile up
ili; mountain that what I'm ;oiii' to
tell you took id ace. One niht ten
nv. titers a'o I found myself at dark
al.out live miles from hutue with a bi
job (incompleted, and a snow storm
tl.reaN'tiin' that would have put an end
tu haulin' for all winter. .Sd 1 stuck to
w ork, and in a couple of hours I tilled
up i tie sled and started down. Dark?
It was us dark as the inside of a caow.
I turtle about half a mile I reckon, when
the leaders Itetran to snort, and one o'
ilietii tried Id break out o' the road, and
when I rot hold of him he was shakiu'
like a leaf. Course I thought it was
t,e stagers, but in a minute he came
out all right and went on, only to do
ti.e i-ame thing over again, rushin'
a vav to the right.
I began to feel kind o' queer nivself
bv that time, and at last I hauied up
the team. 1 wa; a sittin' on lop o' the
load about ten feet up, and the three
ii'iises and me just .stood still aud lis
tened. They didn't even whimper, and
just as I was acroin' to say g'lantr I
heard a kind o'cracklin' to one side jest
a - if sottie one- had made a misstep. My
ears jest Mood out, I can tell ye, and ye
might 'o hung vour hat on my eye for
ti y in" to mv. 1 know'd there wasn't a
li.in' human critter within live mile.
and in a minute I heard the cracklin'
again, tiiis time rigid along side, and
whatever il was it moved into the snow,
ami I heard a hard kind o' bleat nin".
Tin animals must have heard it, fur the
leader fi 11 oil' again, and hein' afraid
h i'd get oil' I he road. I grabbed the a
a nl -lid down. I had gone about si
siei's, arid was jest a feilin' for the
bridle-couldn't M'fi an inch when
there kim the dredfiillest snarl and a
k.nd of it whish and a rush, and I was
knocked agin the bosses as if I'd been
hirtu k by lightning. In a minute I was
down between the hos and sometliin'
else the Lord knows what. I was
stunned for a minute, and then tried to
break out, expectin' to be kicked to
death, the critters beiu' crazy. Right
mi one o' them was a critter yellin' and
sireamin' like a thousand devils. Some
how I had hung on the handle of the ax,
ami without thinkin' o' the boss, I let
out jest where the critter seemed to he.
Sure's your a-liviu' I hit him. and tho
nest minute I was on my back and tho
critter on me. The snow was tolahle
decti, and that's what saved me. I
grabbed the thing by tho throat and
clinched for all I was worth, while the
critter clawed me. Every clip seemed
a,s 'twould tear me up. All to onct it
got my hand into its mouth and that
ended the business for me. I reckon I
must have fainted or sometliin', for
when I came to the critter was gone,
and the bosses was standin' about half
froze, in the road. I was so weak I
could hardly stand, and my right hand
seemed all gone. I saw my only chance
was to get hum, so I unhitched the
leader and crawled on, bavin' lirst lot
the others loose, and started dow n hill.
How i got there I never knew, but I
did, and it was a month afore I got out.
Them 'ere lingers was all chewed up,
nnd had to bo cut and trimmed. I was
so scratched that tho doctor said I
looked like a bloody zebry, and as for
clothes, they was all torn up nnd dono
"Hut what was UP" interrupted tho
passenger by his side, much interested
in I he recital.
"That's the curiestes thing about it,
I never seed it, and It never seen mo.
We ws a sort o' feelin' for ono another,
rough-and-tumblo like. A party went
up next day and found tho team about
half dead; one of tho bosses' neck was
cut and torn fearful; but tho snow had
kivered up every track, so that nrter all
w hat the critter was you know as well
as me. U woiildn't'lako much of a
guest though to p'int out tho iitiiin.il.
It must, a' been one o' them 'ere wild
cats. Nothin' but a wildcat, a lynx, oi
a panther could have raised such
mess; ami from the size o' tho critter a?
I felt It, Tin Inclined to consider it a
cat." New York Hun.
Tuc debt of the District of Columbia
CAIRO BULLETIN; SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2, 1S83,
Tlmrlow Weed's Drss-Ooat.
In Ih'jii, whllo at Vushiti2ton, I re
vived an invitation from Mr. ('lay to
linuer. Tin) day after, the porter of
(i.idshy's hotel, where I was slaying,
said to mei "I hope you will accept
Mr. ('lav's invitation, sir." I said.
How did voti know I hud mi itnihiti'Ut
from Mr. Clay?" "Oh. sir. I he letu-r
came through the titlice, and we ad
know Mr. Ciay s han lwi inng." Here,
pentetl his hope that I would go, and
added, "(ielilh'Uicn snliictiiin'S ciuiiu to
Washington on business without bring",
ing their dres.-coats w'ith them; possi
bly you may have foigoiienyoiu.s; if you
did, you would do me a great favor by
ucceptiug ono that I haven I worn, and
which wo;."d lit you niceiy." The por
ter, who was evidently an observing
and sagacious man, had divined tho
truth. I not only had not brought a
dress-coat, hut I did not possess one to
bring, and was really regretting the ne.
ccssity of declining the invitation for
that reason. Hut the porter urged his
otter with eiicb kindness and delicacy
that I accepted both tin; coat and the
(leu. Jackson in 1H-JH succeeded Mr.
Adams as president. From that time
until IHJ'i, during the adinistrations of
Jackson and Van Huren, a period of
twelve vear.s, I was not again in Wash
ington. In tho latter year, after tho
election of (ion. Harrison, I again visit
ed t lie city, and in passing through the
treasury department I encountered my
old friend llrady, the thoughtful porter
whose coat I had worn to Mr. Clay's
dinner, and with whom I exchanged a
very hearty gri tting. lie informed me
that he had a clerkship in tho depart
ment from (ien. Jackson, but as tho
"spoils belonged to the victors," he
now expected to lose his place. After
parting with him I went, to the secreta
ry of the treasury, Mr. E ving, and re
lated to him the peculiar obligation un
der which I baa formerly placed my
self to the friendly porter, adding what
I was quite sure ho would find true,
that he was a very capable and faithful
clerk. The secretary was amused at
tbe nature of the obligation I had incur
red years before, and cheerfully con
sented to retain my friend in his situa
tion. Thurlow U'l.iif ,v Autobiography.
Woman'j Disadvantages in Courtship.
A man's quest of a spouse is limited
only by his time and opportunities for
looking around. He can try to win
anybody, although a reasonable chatico
of success may attend him with but few.
At any rate, he stands squarely upon
his cheek and his merits, and "that is
enough. On the contrary, society says
that a woman must never go a step out
of ber way to secure the best and most
desirable of mankind. Sins must sim
ply sit and wait until chance brings
tho longed-for opportunity of sneaking.
In fact, it is said that young ladies pride
themselves upon feeling as well a
seeming indifferent to all men until an
effort is made to awaken their interest.
No wonder social reformers protest.
If young inaiileniiood did not so often
fall a victim to the first flight of Cupid's
darts its range of choice would st;;l be
verv small. As thev go, rich and poor,
pretty and homely, intelligent and ig
norant, probably women would not,
if they accepted none ot them, receive
on an average more than half a tlo.m
offers aniece, and not over three of these
reasonably eligible. Suppose th;tt she
is fortunate enough to w in a score of
suitors, a Dung lady is .Mill terribly
handicapped. Like enough none of the
twenty would be just to bur liking,
and meanwhile one she greatly prefer
red to any ot tne others migut just es
cape coming under the spell of her
charms. It is all verv preth . but this
sitting in 'maiden meditation fancy
free" until some stray youth makes a
vigorous effort to deprive tho aforesaid
fancy of its lihcpy i. a very unsatisfac
toiv thing when critically examined.
Probably it may never be advisable to
put woman on an exact equality with
man and let her go forth with a stock
of caramels and valentines to her ideal,
mei put the motto, "If at tirst you don't
succeed, try, try again," lo a practical
test. At ail events, anything of that
kind is far in the luttitr. It. however,
man is to he robbed of bis tiiue-hotioied
prerogatives or forced to snare them on
even terms, we respectfully submit that
adequate utteiltioii be given to Ill's im
mense advantages in courtship.
Jay G.mld's Tamily.
There is a general impression that
Jay Gould has only one son. because
his wife never appears in society and
his children are almost unknown. It
has gut abroad that his sou George is
his solitary offspring. Hut he h;is a
largo and interesting family. His daugh
ter Nellie, who christened his yacnt.
promises to ue a beaut v and will be a
great catch when she goes into o(c:y.
She is a slim girl, neificr light nor
dark, with charming manners and stu
dious habits. She lias been under the
charge of governesses all her life.
There is a son Edward who is older
than Nellio ami younger tnati George.
I imagine he may be seventeen, lie is a
shy, studious soit of a boy, well bred
aud respectful. He thinks of becoming
a civil engineer and has tho self-contained
manners of his father. Howard,
who is fourteen years old, has been in
delicate health for a long while. Ho
knows nothing of bonks and hi father
keeps him in the open air of their beau
tiful place at Irvington. Hello, who is
in the neighborhood of ten or twelve
years, promises to bo tho beauty of the
familv. Shu verv much resembles Mrs.
Gould, who at ono time was noinothing
of a beauty. The "baby" is Frank.
All tho children are living tit Irving
ton and Gould goes up there even night
from his linanoial cares. It is said Unit
he is a buy among his boys when ho is
at homo. Ho drops all business thoughts
and goes into uuy sort of recreation
that may be proposed, with as much ar
dor as his youngest son. Tho ground
are secluded and tho niillUmairii can
jump fences, turn hand-springs, go In
swimming, Indulge- In a gamo of "ono
old cat" or play tho cornet without any
body but his own family being thu wis
cr. llrooktyii Kmjk,
Professor Harris, nf the Concord
School of Philosophy, hits tho nail on the
head occasionally. ' "That which should
be continued by its environment," ho
said ihe other (lay, "might still be llnlto
if it could arrive lit .an en ironincnt of
different kind, which did not continue
it." Kow lut us rest.
What Wo'iderfut Tliinu Tei.ts Das.
I b"anl of a well in Hurkeville, Tex.,
in which the empty bucket would de
scend aud its main ascend with waler
without any known forco being exerted.
Tiio well and buekls are ttrr.'itiged as
is common here, with nulley, rope nnd
two buckets. I den iiiiice I the siorv as
uii'rue whi n told to me, but, wrote to
Judge M. 1). Hint's owner of the pi op.
city on which the weil is situated, iiud
received in response the following let
ter: "Yokts of (hit l'.lth itist. to hand and
consuls noted. I have to reply that
the well you inquire about belongs to
nie; that some ien years since it coin
nienecd drawing water -that, is, the
empty bucket would go down and a
bucket of water come up and remain
at the lop of the well without any
known cause. It has been kept up ever
siuco at intervals. There is no regu
larity about it; it will as often draw at
any hour of the night as at other times.
It lias been known to draw thrccor four
times per day. There semiis to be no
difference in it as regards the weather
or the seasons of the year. It has nev
er been known to draw up water when
there wis water in the lop bucket.
Tnere is no cause known for this
strange occurrence." Cor. Louisville
To R m ve Tr From tbe Rand?.
It is said that tar can be instantane
ously removed from the hands by rub
hi ng w ith tin? (iuts.de of fresh orange or
le noii pel, arid w iping dry immediate
ly. It is astonishing what, a small
piece will clean. The Volatile oils ill
the sk;t)s is..ilm the tar, so that it can
be w'peil off.
The voice of n iutellijjtnt people de
clare, that SOZODONT is on article ol
(;euuine merit, and their p dp uhge confirms
what their voice proclaims. There is m
Hamsaying this pronounciameiito. Facts
attested by the evidence of numberless re
spictablo citizens prove that it is correct.
No article for the teeth Im such a wide
piiiiuWiitv, and assuredly tmne exerts such
a hem ficent influence upon thi-m, render
ine, as it dues, their sttucture mere solid,
and cxteiniinating the seeds ol its decay.
Fur tw enty-five years I have lit en severe
ly afflicted with H.iv Fever. While I whs
buffering intensely I was induced, through
Mr. 1 icht-uor s tesuini iiial, to tiy L'y s
Cream Balm. The efftct was uiarveh us. It
enabled me to pet form my pastoul duties
without the slighest inconvenience, and I
have escaped a return attack. I pronounce
Klv's Cream B tlm a cure for Hay t ever.
Wm. T Carr, Presbyterian Pastor, Elizv
The clory of a man is his strength. If
you are weakened down through excessive
study, or by ear'.y indiscretions, Allen's
Brain Food will permanently rest, re all
lust vigor, and strengthen all the muscles
of Brain and Body. 1 ; 0 for 5.-At
nucKicn s Arnica salve
The Best Salve '.n the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt RI.euni, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all iskin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Trice
25 cents pr hex. Fur sale by Batrhy
Sneer's Port Grape Wine for Parties
Physicians employe Speer's Port Grape
Wine in their practice in all rases where a
pure wine is railed for, and do all in ihcir
power to . ster i.n 1 encourage its produc
tion. It is coming into great favor among
tho most wealthy in New York city us a
family evening wine for entertainments.
For sale by I Mil (5. Srluih.
W'ukk Given Out. On receipt of vour
address we will umke a,n offer by which
you can esrn to $7 evenings, at your
homp. Men, Women, Buys or Girls cm do
it. II. C. Wilkinson &, Co., 105 and 1!)7
Fulton Street, New York.
JAS. II SMITH.
KUBKIIT A. SSII1 11.
Grand Central Store.
CAIRO. - - ILL.
UL, AOlCaAli 11 1
Shop on Halllday Aviiunn, between ruuitli and
Hutu Mlrceta, Cairo, lllluula
(IT'AII kinds nl light and heavy lilackamllblnL',
ABKim and carriage work dono In the moat woik
inanllka mauuor. Hurae-ahiiulng a apucialty and
rjMlKCITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, lllliiolm.
71 OHIO LEVFK. .
A General ltaukinir Husliiess
NTKKPRiSE SAVING DANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS "ANK.
TII08. W. II ALU DAY ,
- Mwimntu. nil vtillixilltl uiru lllllbil
f KW imoi'S applied to tba surface m Penetrate to the very Bone,
inrt almost InatAntlv BUI iaua inui y.-im ....l,
nor dlsoolor the Sktiij or leavo (HarPenlil(t effect of any kind. It
inks rt.r r.i:ni.iir inn lii ntni Itn.rinnfl.iH Kitw.1.. 14 . 4 . a
Stiff Joints, NeuralKin, Lamo
aor Ihroat, Falna in
and is enually rftleaeliuia foi
or ail pains
renulrlnL' a niwcr(ul dlfliblve, stimulant, rlen Mm'ir
Ask your DriiKh'Ist fur It. I'rlce 50 eta
Prepared only by JACOB S. MERRELL,
WholMaln Drua-ffbit. ST.
Tomorrow a Loutr Way Off w hen Help
Is Wanted To-Pay.
Comfort Ih nnvitr in ahtirry. l'ain aud rilatriira
aru in hot b mc It l to thu "Irlt nd in ueud '-thn
frleiid 'vho doi'a irmethlni! iiow-lhat ttaa od
Bilane lays tba coniiillniK.it of bctntf "a frifiitl in
(Iftitl.' that tliey do not kt-ep thu atifl'o er In a
I onitf la tbu lain: ul excellence of HEN SON'S t'AI'
(INK I'tJllMl'S 1'LASIKKS Tie (ilaMera of
0 her daya hetnr pon.ua or (itht-rwiatt ea'rt
'Walt iiinii to morrow; We can pro nlan onttiint,'
on I lie Kpur of the moment." Hill pain unrelieved,
like h'ljit' defer rd, tnakcth thu bum tick. Hen
eon'a planter a i on application. 1 hey permtii.
'-itlie, arm and beal, containing, an tliuy claim,
( htmlcal and mediclual aui'iita of lh hlijri-at ef
t'.cii nry. Their molt la how, and ihn ircimir."
have tlii! word CAI'CISE cm lu the niiddln of ca--h
planter. 1'riru -JS cer.ln. Hvabnry Jbnaou,
1 hernial.. N'tw York.
UOOKK-2 Tons a Day.
OVEK fi'i,0.m VOLUMES KKADY. The choic
cat literature In tha world, often lh beat editlona
publiabed liH.pai;t; cataloL'uo KKKU. Low. hi
prlcea over known. Not anld bv denlera. font for
etaminailou before paymiiut. on evidence of Kood
mith. ,IUdN 11. ALOfcN, I'uliMMirr,
IS Vtacy street. Now York. l ( Box l."2".
F,A M I L Y BIBLE!
Containing both verHlonn of the New Teatanv-nt,
witti thu I'arah.ea of our Lord and saviour, band
omoly l luittrated with 1 full-paua EugraviUKa.
i inr H bl- c ,ntai" i.iaiO i.age , 2 5 0 tbuBtrationa.
lite I'li'ito.1 ajih Ailm'ua, ulegant deaigm, Band
aornel bound. Kxtra in'iucenieDli offered tJ eiu r
Hi t r. Acuiits. I luatrated cattl'iKiia aen on ap
Miration. A..I HOLM AX & CO., Philadelphia.
'PlUL' The Worul Wat' b Statiotit ry I'ark
I i l U Rilu thu gict aelllui; article in the
market Contains 18 alieeta Note I'uper, 14 Kuvul
i.pea, l'fiicli, I'en holder. Pen and a bandaume
puce of Jew ly. Ketdl prire 4' cunte. Knur
dozen fur $ii Oi A watch guaranteed witli every
four dozen yon order. For cunta. In one or two
ceut piwUite atampa. we will aeml a complete aam
l ie patk (,'e. with eleu-ant Onld l'la SI eve Ilul
t uia. (iolti I'latrd Sluda Gold Plated Co'lar Huttou,
llandao o W at h Chain, "old Plated King and
elegant Sr.nrf pin Ueulater larte amoioiH.
pnge illnatrntt'd catalogue of (ttiu. HelfVocklng
Kevolvera, Telescope. , Spy Olaaaea, Wilt he.
Acordv ns, Violtna. Orsauet en, &c. free. Write
at oi ce to World Manufacturing V( ppT('L'
Co.. l Jj Nasaau htreet. New Y'ork. i''i-XVri
V C will pv ih iovf riwtrrl fnr dt en of I-jvfr Cnmnlftloi1
t'Vrf P", Mck Heid.hp llnlllltttKin, Cottiti l i luD ur Of. tl 1 V rju,
we cure wiUi Wot'i nthlf I.ier i'ilU, hftl Ihf dlrv".
tlonilrv ilrlitlr ronrplmd wllli. 1 l,ty tr purflv i-iff tablt, iwj
Dfverfii! to jrlvt iHiafavtlloTi. Hurtr CuRtcd. I-rift tn'in, i-ntj
Uttiiit? afj p.l., i& eoU. for u by ll drtttri'ltt.. f-i e f
etMtrffiu !irl Imiutim. Tht n.rtit niumfvt'iJ ,! ,
JOHN C. WfT A CO., 1-1 A 1;3 VV. Man i tun St., Ctji.fo,
Ym t'ii L;aV int ly xtaA pffpt..! rtii,,u( a .iit iicr
Heaiiii is Wealth i
Hit Ii. C. Wkst's Nehve and Un.UN Thpvt.
MEsr, ii Kiinr.intmtl ftiiecttie for Hysteria, iz;i.
m8, ('iiiiviilHiniiH, ritn. Nervous N uriiluin,
Heiiiliirin', Nervous Prostrntion cauKed by the use
of ulrolif.l or tuliHi'rii, WakeftiliiPMS, .Heiital flo.
pressiim, Siifleninir of tlm Urnin reaultinK ill in
winity mill li'iidinu to misery, demy and ('eiith,
Preniateie Old Ae, Jbirtentn'HH, Jwh of power
in either aejt, Involuntary Ixissea antl Spormitt.
orrlia'a eanatKl by nverxiirtion of ttieliniin. wlf.
abuse or tiver-iinliilcencn. Karb bex containa
one motitli'B tri'iitmetit. fl.Hi box. or mix boxeH
for $j.tti, sent by mud pre mdou reeeipt of price.
Wa-: .I KATF.t: NIX llOXF.S
To euro any riis.'. With oni'ti order recivttl hyna
for six b.i:;i'H. neetmumnii'd villi f.'ijo, wo will
aeml lint purchaser our writton truaranuti to re.
funtltlie nn'i'ee if that treatment does not effucl
aruiu. 0 ...I .. isHiivd onb'by
IIAURY W. SCIIUIJ,
Uruirglat, Cor. Commercial avc. AlSlh at.. Cairo.
AMD LACK VITA!, EMERCY?
ll.r It v 11 n! I t ilvMnlo S!ilftt
rttict mti irr,tr KlHt tn inlr
v.nilr and MiiktiMtio Appil
-urn ht i"r Nr-rviniMl tblU
My, 1'HraljrHlH, Ithfumrttiiin
I'l'ilHi.-sj ihHimtlnn, Lous
of Vitu Knm)r, OvtTWnrV
t Htiiiti, WriHk liiirk, Khi
rey. Llvor, anl htoniruh
romiiliiintii, nnd nremlnpt
etl to KlTHKR Hkx. Thn
Tory Ultwt Ira-
. nrovfdi ann no
from Iwltii and nil
1 othfr. r tbny
1 ponttlTfi'y RtnrV
1 rata contlnuotm
atirea. nor Irrlta-
ftluo ofiUrt akin-
can tat worn a(
wi.rk well aa
real enljr notice-Ri-le
nl tnu. of all
la ill linuttllt. I I, . IW lor MEN ONLY lit Ont'fl rnuch
the a(nt ut tljittt.ii.tt, ha ther art direct iiima NHrvotia,
MiiseulHr.iinil OenHriitlva Cai.tt.ra. iw.tlilv reaturlna
tin. vlt ,il 1 1 y - wh ieli la Kifi lrlclly dri.lni'rt from lha )
tern hy tttntaa nr luillm rt.i,in, they tlma In a natura'
way DV.'rruina tlm wenkneaa willimit dniKKlna tha torn
Hcli. 'l'hey will cure every cuae atmrt of atrucitiral d
aanerittl.io, nntl we are imiarad to fnrnlahtha moat
ami'lnttiu nnd nlit.iliita prtmf to aiipiirt our clalma,
llliialn.lt.it l'nniiblot Frecorattnlflvulad for Bo rxMta
CoMttlUMea I AMERICAN GALVANIC CO.
free t lavl'.d f 3 1 2 N. Oth St.. St. Loul.M
How Many Allies Po You Drive?
ODOMET E R
Tlii a inalriimnnt. la no larger limn a watch. It
tel. thu exact 11 oiiioer of 111 lien driven to the
1 liKitn mrt ofa 111 lie; cotiuia up to l.ueQ tnlln;
water and dtiat tlk'ht; alwuva in order; anvea
h iraea Irom li"ini tiver-drlvi'ii ; la eaallv attached
toTioi wheel of a Humy, Canlai;e, Sulky, Wauun",
HoiTdTiirt, Sulky I'low, lleaper, Mower, or other
veli it-le . Invaliialilti to Uveryruvn, l'ieiiaure
Driver. I hvalclana, Kanut ra. Sutveyora, Ilray-
men, liMireaaiiien, tslnje Uwnera, Ac, I'rlce only
tVO'eacli. oim llilrd the price of any other Ortom
oter. Win n onlerlim nlviMllinneterof thu wheel.
Sent by niail onW'relit of price, poat paid,
i Nnriu La HuIIh bl., Chlenuo.
lUfHena for Circular. 8:l-:ini.
PENNSYLVANIA MILITARY ACAO'MY
( HKh'lKlt. ilM year opens Heptember l.'th
PullditiR new. Huporlor appolntmcnta Civil an
Rlnoarlnit, Chi'tnlral, Colleidite, KnKllah Couraea.
Clrculaiaof p. W. Barclay, Kaq.,' W. P. Halllday.
Ian .or of C'oL TUXu; HYATT, Prai'l.
7iuam . ,,, -
, t I ')
I 1 s. f
S.w' ' n.jt'J
liosod mostly of Ks.sentUI Oj
I'lii mniit nismt rutin l.lninmin
I.,... ,....., ..-., 11.....
Buck, Crampa, Tooth-Ac ho
the I.imba or many i.irt ol the Svstem
lmba or many i
In the Stomach and Bowela
NEW ADVKIiTISKM KSTH,
Hy aitdreaalnu' iK0. V. KOWELI. A CO., 10
Hirura St., New Vork. c m b arti the exurl coat of
anv propoat'd line of ailverili-liiu in Anier.can
Newapapera. ( rT"00 pau'e 'aniihlel lOcei ta.
Dl V(JHcJ.S-iNo tiuTTlcll v ; rnoTlenla of any
istate Dtaertinn. No t SiimiwM. AtMrn and
applications for stamp. W. II. LE E, A'l'v, W
Uroidway, N. V,
n in eiT7 Uiwn In the Unioa
to seU tlm
A 10r. Smoke for Urt
? IF" 11AVA.V4 HI.LEI).
, lirtniUm nut one. urntlL
i.!Sainiile lot of lift dollv.
, an a 10 any part or tha
! u.B.iorai. neniirorour
' U'rnia. em. HCHS't'T.l.
- KHAII. In,lini,iuwilu IntL
Saokers 1 fcend m your aadretia,
I have known and watched the n.i of Swift'
spectftc fur over fifty yen", and have never k' own
or beard of u failure to cree i o id I'.naon when
preperly taken I naed it on mt servant from
1B.V1 to iWj, aa did alo a nuuiher of mv neiirhb .ri,
and In everv caae tbut came within ny knowledge
It fl'ii te 1 a cure. In all mv I f.! I huvo nev r known
a remedy ih' would au fully at'i omp iah what It la
rtci.mniunded to do
II. L. DENSAHD, Perry, Ga.
I have It u .wn aud n-ed Sw fa Spttrld. for more
th.m twenty years, and have ae 'u morn wouderful
reau't" trom Ita u-e thuii liem anv remedy In or
out ofth' I'hartnac puna. It ia a crtain aud af
antidote to all koria of lllond I'd aoe
J. MCKsON SMITH. M. D.
Hie, Great Druj House of Cliicayo.
Vi'e do not hesitate to aaytliatfur a year past
we l ave aold more of Swill's Specific (. . s.)
than all other II end I'uritlurs cumh tied, and with
most astonishing r-anlta. line j-entlen an who
n, d half a di.zen brntli a aav that it hua done him
more k-ood tlian treatment which cot him l.otrj.
AtK'thl.T Wild llHM ll.ei) if fur U Sfrtiful,.!!. Ul11itl,.n
rcpoita a n;rmitiei'l cure from ll ua.i.
VA.X MlAAUa.MIH tt.NSUM ti CD.
.Will be paid to any Chemlat who will find, on an
alysis of liKi bottle" S . S 8.. one particle of Mer
cury. lo'Cdo l'utBHi-lnin. or imv mineral a u balance.
THE hWIET SI'ECIHi; CO.,
Uiawer :i, Atliiuta, Oa.
tf'rlte for the llltl.- hook, which will be
ina, led free.
Price; Simill al.e, 1. mi p, r bottle. Larue size
(holding double quantity), $1 Ti buttle. All X)ru,f
Kists sell It. a
f 30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK.
f.'Coff0 QrW(y. uUAjVk
ii i v uice 'A '
rOR SALE BY
I'ing j . un.
II. Stkaoala fc Co., Cairo, III
Any Bookkeeper In the land can repair the Cook
Stovepot In new Fire Back, new Orates and new
Itnlnga-oj nalng 0OXXX33NTOIC'n
ADJUSTABLE STOVE REPAIRS.
Hold by til Hardware and Store Dealer.
Pawn row Crartrnma. lUaolactared only by
ehe'aek' Adjewutkle Fir Bark Co
i 11 rr
r .')EYt.Va. 'OUTOF ORDER.
V s AID CUUr- a, r . . . a
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