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The Daily Bnllctin.
OFFICE: NO. 78 OHIO LKVKE.
omeui. papkh or albxandkr county!
CNTKHED AT TUB CAIRO I'OHTomOK FOK
t It ANHMIBHION TDROLOH TIIK MAILS AT
8KCOND CLASS HATER.
Hiiiicm In ttiin column, einm centa per lino for
Urstand Ave cent nor Una oacbiuhaequent Inaer
Ion. For one week, aucunii per line. Kor oim
month. W) cunti per Una
Wrecking Boat Charlie Hill
Will jjo to plum Point to do wmie work
anil will leave two divers ami armors here
to attend to general wrecking buflinenn.
Major llalliday, Agent, oUke on No. 2
wliarflioat. Hiham Hill, Hupt.
H Cairo, III.
HT. LOUIS FA IK.
Tim Illinois Central railroad will on Sat
urday coininencc aelling r.iuud trip tickets
to the St. Louis fair for $1.50, good to re
turn on until October ekli.
Oyoters in every style tt U;n. Lattncr's
No. 75 Commercial avenue. yi8-lm
CutUge on Walnut near Mtti Kts , contain
ing 7 good noma, four of them contain
grates and tnantles. Kmi'iire; at store on
btli st. tf 0. M. Aldkn.
will buy a gK) 1 meal cooked to order, at
Al. I ersons holding city bills ayniimt the
firm . Chai. 0. Putier & Co., ar hereby
noti i ! to pn;nt sune tor payment at the
etor or before the 5th day of October,
lys ! . . After above date all bills not settled
mu.-'be probated. C. O. Patieu,
All persons indebted to the firm ot Chas.
0. Patier & Co. will please make settlement
oefore October 5, 1M8J, as all accounts not
settled by that time will he placed for col
lection to close the busim-sa of the firm.
Attention to this notice will save coats and
trouble. Geoiiob Fisiiek,
tf A'ty for Administrator.
Hot coff-e and sandwiches at Geo. Latt
ner's, N i. 75 Commercial avenue.
8 1 8-1 in
I'r .f. Mason's Classes.
The afternoon dancing class will be held
Wednesday at three o'clock and Saturdays
st two o'clock.
Tiie evening clas will meet on Wednes
day and Friday nights at 7:30 o'clock.
IJoth classes will meet as last year at Tem
perance hall on 8(h street, commencing
We Itusdiy the 19th of September. tf
Saddle Rock Oysters at Deliaiin 5(J Ohio
395,000 Bricks for Sale.
I have tor sale, belonging to the estate
of Peter Stoiteuberg, decease 1. 395.000
burnt brick which I oiler at a bargain in
lots to suit the purclitseri twist be 8 3ld im
mediately to close tho account of the es
tate. Adoli'H Swoiioda,
will buy a good meal Cooke 1 to order at
De Baun's. tf
Music books bound at $2 00 per volume
tf A. W. Hyatt, 77 Ohio Levee.
Restaurant and Oyster H mse, 50 Ohio
New blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
tianner of blacksraithing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work douo promptly. tf
will buv a good meal cooked to order at
!kk a woman in another column near
Hpeer's Vineyards, pickiug grapes from
which SSpeer's Port Urnpo wiuo is made,
that is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for thu use of invalids weakly
persons aud the aged. Sold by druggists.
riucKien'u Arnica i salve
The Best Waive in the world for Cuts,
llruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Hheum, Fever
Fores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents par box. For sale by Barclay
To all who aro sulTering from the errors
snd indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of ninnhood, it, I
will send a recipe that will cere you, kui:u
OK cuakob. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to the Itev.
Josici'it T. Inman, Station I)., New York
Tho Cairo publio is promised an un
usually interesting event in tho near future,
which may mark a new epoch in thu history
of Cairo, Certainly iu the history of her
litory being. Th event will bo tho laying
of tho corner stoue of the Safford Memorial
Library Building, which important duty
Mrs. SafTord has ' delegated to Alexander
Lo Igj of Oil Folic ws ot this city. Tho
lodge lias accepted tho duty with alacrity
and has appointed a committee of three,
consisting of Judge F. Dross, Mr. C. H.
Woodward and Magistrate A. Comings,
whose duty it shall be to arrange all the
details of tho ceremony, Tho committee
has fixed upon October 30th as thu day on
which the ceremony is to tako place and
has alroady written to an orator of noto
Cairo's favorite orator asking him to bo
present and deliver the oration upon tluj
occasion. There is every reason to expect
that this event will he one of the most bril
liant we have had here for many years and
will live always iu the minds of the Cairo
Somebody has becu looking up the
statistics of death caused by tho railroads
in the United States and Europe, and the
impression that the railroads in Europe are
more carefully managed than in this coun
try in this regard docs not seem to b sus
tained by the figures produced. In the
United States the past year 289,190,783 per
sons were transported on 107,000 miles of
railway, or six times the total population of
the country. The total number of persons
killed on tho roads was something over 4,
000. In Europe in 1881 scarcely 170,000,
000 passengers were transported 172,804
miles of railway. The number of persons
killed was 0,500. In America the ratio per
milt) is as 2,800 to 1. In Europe it is only
900 to 1.
Mr. J. II, Dougherty has had a force
of men and teams at work on the county
road for over a week, gravelling it as per
his contract with tho county board. He
expects to have the road gravelled from
Cache bridge down to Cotton Wood slough
this week and expects to reach the city
limits by tho end of October. Then he
will make another effort to obtain a sub
scription of that $1,000, to grade and grav
el the extention of the roud to the hills. He
has now f 100 subscribed, only about six
citizens having responded to his solici
tations. Citizens who do business here,
and who know that country trade is an im
portant factor in the upbuilding ot a city,
will appreciate the importance of
stretching our country roads out as far and
In as many directions as possible, and will
contribute according to their means to ac
The office building of the Mobile and
Ohio road on Ohio levee, is
still in progress of transfor
mation. As at every other point along the
line, so here the company seems to be de
termined to vie with the best in all its real
estate improvements. This building has
been entirely remodlcd. Tho rear wall
was taken down and rebuilt. The floors
and walls made new. The stairways all
taken down and renewed at a gentler pitch.
The second and third floors have been
treated the same as the first. They are
divided up into convenient offices and also
suits of rooms for use by the clerks, and
local officials and their families. The
woo l work is all finished off with planes
after an ornamental style and will be oiled
instead of painted. A huge 6ky light is to
be constructed in the centra of the roof snd
opening through the floors will permit a
flood of light to penetrate nearly every
coi ner in the building. It will probably
be another month before the building will
Officers John Tyler and Henry Dunker
arrested a white man named Patton, living
in Twenty-eighth street, Friday night.
Patton was wanted for stealinc hogs in
BalUrd county, Ky., about two years ago.
SheriS Gupton, of Ballard county, was here
to arresi patton and was told by ihe officers
here when-he could find his man, but he
was afraid to attempt the arrest and in
duced Ofliceu Tyler and Dunker to do the
service for hixi. These officers went to
Patton's house Lfter the latter had gone to
bed. Officer Diuker knocked on the door
and Patton came forth, opened the door
and faced the office, holding a huge pis
tol in his left hand, r-jady for businesa in
case of an emergency. Officer Tyler sprang
forward and grabbed Patton's hand,
wrenched the pistol fron him, and both
officers then took their prisnter to the coun
ty jail, where he remained uitil morning
when the sheriff took him in charge and
over to Kentucky. Patton is sid to be a
bad man, having been engaged in crooked
business several times.
Hon. John II. Oberly is being mjcb
spoken of by the press in different parts ot
tho state, as a candidate for governor on
tho Democratic ticket, and prominent lead
ers of the party have taken up the note ami
given it a favorable echo. But the subject
of this little political breeze is, as usual,
too modest even to siunify his approval of
these expressions of favor. The Blooming
ton correspondent of a Chicago paper says :
" 'Mr. Oberly has not been at any timo a
candidate, and certainly has never, to my
knowledge, wanted tho nomination. I
think ho would prefer, above all things, to
remain at thu head of the state committee
in 1881 to anything that could bo given
him. For a month or so, he has been, with
competent assistance, making an extended
investigation into tho Democratic possibil
ities in Illinois, and has prepared a report,
which ho is now quietly printing at Bloom
ington, and which, when done, ho will bring
to Chicago and talk over with prominent
Democrats with a view to getting to work
as soon as possible on the work of organiz
ing tho state for 1884. Ho expects, prob
ab'y as curly as November, to open a head
quarter in this city and to push matters
rapidly forward.' Iu reply to a question as
to who Oberly would liko to see nominated
for governor, the samo informant said
Oberly had no prcforunco between Harri
son, Black or Morrison; that ho was anxious
to go into the fight with Cook Co. united."
In this end of state the opinion prevails
very generally that Mr. Oborly would bo
one of tho best men in the state for tho
governorship; ho has represented the peo
ple hore in various capacities for years and
could got tho support, not only of the
0A1KO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MOKMNU, SEPTEMBER 30, l89.
Democrats but many of the Republicans hero
for any offlco ho might bo induced to run
for. As chairman of the Democracy he
has been invaluable to the part as was
proven by the partial Democratic success
his management produced in tho face of
what had just before been an overwhelm
ing Republican majority. Had his advice
to tho Beveral county committees been
strictly followed, the success would have
been moro signal, for the legislature would
have been Democratic by a good working
majority. There are few men who aro as
well qualified in point of ability for any
office of public trust as Mr. Oberly, and
none who are better qualified, as Demo
cratic candidate for governor Mr. Oberly
would sweep tho state up with the Republi
can majority much cleaner than he did as
chairman of tho Democratic central com
mittee. ALEXANDER COUNTY CROP STATIS
TIC'S. According to the report made to tho
state board of agriculture in August last,
Alexander county had this season 19,274
acres in winter wheat, 1,110 of which were
destroyed, and 18,104 harvested. Tho
average yield per acre was 14 bushels; the
total yield, 254,290 bushels; price per bush
el, .95; total value 241,58t ;cost of produc
tion per acre, $12.60; total cost of produc
tion, $228,800; profit on crop, $12,715.
Total number of bushels of spring and
winter wheat produced, 254,320 bushels;
needed for seed, 25,701 ; consumed per capi
ta, 4; total number of bushels consumed,
59.21J0; used for seed and consumption,
84,937; surplus, 169,389.
Acreage, 07; yield per acre, 40; total
y i-ld, 2,680; price per bushel, 37; value of
crop, f'JU2;coBt ot production per acre,
$8.35 ; total cost of production, $oo9 ; proht
on crop, $433.
Acreage, 30; yield per acre in bushels,
20; total yield, 600 bushels; price per
bushel, $1 ; value of crop $000; cost of pro-
duction per acre, $11.10; total cost, $333;
profit on crop, $207.
Acreage, 1,346; yield per acre 2 tons
(larger thsri any of of the counties
in the state); total yield, 2,692; price per
ton, $11; valueof crop, $29,612; cost of
production per acre, $7.45; total cost, $10,
028; profit on crop, $18,584.
For corn only the acreage is given,
which was reported this year at 7,137,
being 1,180 acres less than in 1882.
In cultivated lands Alexander has 90,
137 acres, or three acres for every one in
From childhood to age, all use St. Ja
cobs Oil for all kinds of bodily paius. It
YESTERDAY'S HOTEL ARRIVALS.
A R White, St. Louis; F E Jewett, same;
E O'Donnell, same; J C Rowe, same; Cipt
C B Sicrs, same; II Lourey, same; E Berke-
ly, Mobile; T D Windrom, same; II Leby,
New York; W M Bhaddinger, Cincinnati;
S B Parsons, Chicago; P U Grlpton, Wick-
liffe; II LKranb, Philadelphia; S B Sur
gant, Cleveland; C E Gleason, New York ;
II Wilson, St. Louis; R M Stratton, same;
S L Woodward, same; Wm. Kenigaur,
same; W R Wetzel, Evansville; Jno A
Huckely, Sikeston, Mo; II J Deal, Chicago;
C P Benson, same; J A Haggerty, same; N
H Ubri, wife and servant, same
Mrs J Weil, Paducah; W R Smith, Hot
Springs; M Werner, Chicago; S J Werner,
same; C Kellogg, Boston; B B Poyntz,
Maysville, Ky; Miss Ida Kisby, Sikeston
J R Mitchell, Evansville; W C Klein
J Trobudge, New York; R T Adams,
St Louis; J Kelley, same; G A Parsons
same; W Fox, same; O Kobler, same; BG
Sullivan, Cincinnati; M Kelley, same; N T
Shelbauner, Blandville; J K Birkley, Bar
low City ; G R Trovet, Belmont, Ark; W C
Skiuer, Bird's Point; W II Rjeves, same;
W Beckert, same; J W Welch, same; T N
Shane, New Orleans; A J Nelichert, Chi
cago; Wm Stanton, same; A Clo Boston.
W. F. Lasrdi, river tmtornt i'ns Hcu.ktik
snd fifumliOHt pAiseniror ni-nt. Orders for all
klndti of pieitmtiont printing solicited, utl'.ce
al Hower s buropean llotel. No. TS Ohio levue.
Tho D. R. Powell arrived . here early yes
terday morning. She had a fine trip, added
about 200 tons here and departed for New
Orleans last night Tho John Howard for
New Orleans arrived here last evening fly
ing light. She expected to get about 300
tons of freight here, but was superceded by
tho Valley line. Sho leaves early this
morning. Tho Henry A Tyler from Mem
phis arrived hero last evening st 7 o'clock.
Sho had a gcod trip and departed for St.
Louis at 0 p. m. Capt. Hiram Hill haves
here this morning for Plum point. The
John Dippold will tow his boat down lor
the purpose of doing some work Ht that
point in tho meantime. Capt. Hill leaves
two divers and suits of armor to do any
work that may bo necessary In the haihor
or elsewhere Tho Hudson arrived at 6:1)0
p. in. She had a largo parly from Paducah
and Metropolis for thu St. Louis fair.
Tho big Helena left for New Orleans at
day light yesterday mDrning. Tho Ste.
Genevieve from St. Louis passed down for
Momphls last night. The J. II. Uillmati
from Evansvillo reported last night and left
on her return trip at midnight, Tho City
of Naihville is due from Evansvillo to
night and leaves on her return trip at 8
o'clock to-morrow night. Tho City of
Helena from Vicksburg is duo up for St.
Louis to-morrow morning. The Common
wealth from St. Louis is due this evening
Advertising Cheats! II
"It has become so common to writo tho
beginning of an srticle, in an elegant, in
"Then run it into some advertisement
that we avoid all such,
"And simply call attention to the merits
of Hop Bitters in as plain, honest terms
"To induce people
To give them one trial which so proves
their value that they will never use any
"The Remedy so favorably noticed in
all the papers,
"Religious and secular, is
"Having a large sale, and is supplant
ing nil other medicines.
"There is no denjing the virtues of the
Hop plant, and the proprietors of Hop Bit
ters have shown great shrewdness
"In compounding a medicine whose vir
tues are so palpable to every one's observa
tion." I'M She Die?
"She lingered and fuffered along, lining
sway all tho time for years,"
"The doctors doing her no good ;"
"And at last was cured by this Hop Bit
ters the papers say so much about."
"How thankful we should be for tl at
A Daughter's Misery.
"Eleven years our daughter Buffered on
a bed of misery,
"From a complication of kidney, liver,
rheumatic trouble and nervous debility,
"Under the care of the best physicians,
"Who gave uer disease various names,
"But no relief,
"And uowshe is restored to us in good
health by as simple a remedy as Hop Bit
ters, that we had shunned for years before
using it." The Parents.
Father is Getting Well.
'My daughter y:
Ho much belter f..tber la since he uod lion
He in ijettlne well after bis lona iuffcrtne imp1
t disease declared Incurable
'And we ar so kM that be uncd your Bitter '
A I.apr of L'Dra, '. V.
Grape Culture audPoit Wine.
Mr. A. Speer, of New Jersey, one of the
largest grape producers in the East, com
menced, but a few years ago, in a small
way, to make wines from currants and
blackberries and other fruits. He now con
trols large vineyards of the Oporto "rape,
from which his famous Port Grape Wine
is made, and which chemists and physi
cians say rivals the world for beneficial
effects on weakly and aged persons, ami
Ihe consumptive, ror sale by Paul O.
I can recommend Ely's Cream Balm to
relieve all persous suffering from Rose
Cold and Hay Fiver. I have been a great
sufferer from these complaints and have
used it. I have recommended it to many
ot my triends for Catarrh, and in all cases
where they have used the Balm freely they
have been cured. T. Kenney, Dry Goods
Mer-chant, Ithaca, 2s. l .
Woman's True Friend.
A friend in need is a frieud indeed. This
none can deny, especially w hen assistance
is rendered when one is sorely afllictei
with disease, more particularly those coin
plaints and weakness so common to our
female population. Ltcry woman shoiil
know that Electric Bitters are woman's true
friend, and will positively restore her to
health, even when all other remedies fail.
A single trial always proves our assertion.
They are pleasant to the taste, aud only cost
fifty cents a bottle, sold by Barclay Bros. (2)
Notice i hcehy given that on Wednesday the
3lt dav of October next, beiw.-un the hour of 10
o'clock in the forenoon and .1 o'clock in the after
noon of said dt, at the late tetldi'nce of IVt'T
Stoltt'nherg, alian ' ler Mnlman, decea-ed, ill thu
cltv of t'airo. coiii.ty of Alexander and tl m llll
uoik. the luTKonal pn- rty i f aid decedent, con
Hitlni! nf i wa.'on". "I nvilc", I cart, bonu s and
hcd. 2 whwlharr . I urtnd-ntonc, 8 hovvl. 1
lot ii'ol. 1 lut sliliim ai.d Ininlit-r, I pltnv, 1 hir
row, 4 1 Are door 1 lo' f. ncInc wire, I lot harnens,
1 lot hot bed msh. 1 lot trunks, 1 pnmp and pipes,
1 old stove, 1 cliiiir, I lut u.a, 1 mini uhi'Cl,
fence mid rul'e, Impl "ni' iits, u d othi'r articles,
will b sold nt eii'nl c sul.i.
TEb.MS OK S.l.li:-I'urc!iase of les than five
dollars to be paid In hand ; I r thai amount ami
over, on a credit "f "I months, tho purchaser gv
Ing no e, with apprnvi d set unly.
Al)')LIiI Stt'oHODA Administrator.
Duted Cairo. Ills . September iMh, 1h:.
(iKKEN & Gll.lla.IU, Attorneys.
POSSIBLE TO ALL.
What Nature deniestoninny
Art secures to all. Hakim's
Magnolia Jlalm dispels every
jileinisli, overcomes lledness,
Freckles, Sallowuess, Hough
ness, Tan, Eruptions and
Hlotches, and removes all evi
dences of heat and excite
ment. Tho Magnolia Jlalm
imparls t ho most delicate and
natural eomplexional tints
no detection being possible to
tho closest observation.
lender these circumstances
a faulty Complexion is little
short of a crime. Magnolia
Halm sold everywhere. 'osts
only 75 cents, with full di
rections. W. BTRATTON, Cairo.
T. BIRD. M!-'iirl,
STKATT0N & KIJU),
Ho. (7 Ohio Loreo, Cairo, 111.
IVAf BU AmotlcM Vomit Co.
kfw vmn applied to tho snrf.vo will p.. 'ra7e to the r aSn.'
ind almost Instantly relieve oi J, t. lin?.ry.??ne'
.or dlaoolor the Skin, or taaVrtl.
mm no KOCAr.rorthn Cnrsof ni,.nmH. s:-! ''n ' "
-Stiff Joint, Jfearalilo, Lame Back, CrumiM. Ton k" a
Soro Throat PalnHn thM T.(mK. nr h, .u,?PA? rhe-
and is equally ellleacious for all pins in tho Stomach and Bowola
requiring a poweriul diffusive stimulant. rie Mfrn-n" Almro"?
Ask your Druggist for It. Trice 50 cts
rrepured only )y JACOB S. MERRELL,
wnomgnm uniggint. 8T.
NKW AIIVI'UI ISEMENTS.
OLlMkS, tho cbo'cest literature nf tho world.
l"lt',?u;,!, '.stalogne free. Lowest prices ever known.
NOI sold by ilea ers. Sent, for cxamlna' Ion he-
ire payment on evidence of Rood faith.
JOHN H. ALDKN, Publisher.
' 17. ISVo-ey 8t.,N. Y.
Mason &ilamfiu Organs.
Sew illustrated catalogue, (10 pp.
ito) for season of UlS.'M, including
many new style; the best assortment of
the best and most attractive organs we
lave evorotlered, and Ht lowest prices,
$22 to SiiOO, for cash, easy payments or
rented. Sent free.
Boston, lMTn'moiitst;Nevr York, fi Eaut 11th st;
v imago, i rj au&HU si.
PIANOS and OliUANS
Are the finest in TONE,
Are the finest m DESIGN,
Are the finest in WORKMANSHIP.
Send for C'a'alnuue with music free.
GEO. WOODS' COMPANY.
tit 8 Wasblugtoa Street, Boston, Mane.
WORTH SENDING FOR!
It. J. a bCIII'.KCK hiM Just puliliahed a book on
DISEASES OF THE LUNGS
m HOW TO CURE THEM
huh is nfTerd Fit KK, pnKtpaid.to all api'liranta.
It (xiiUlllHrtiu.jiii.mit..n forallwtlOHIliNise
tlieinselvert afflicted with, or liable to any dlMUuwnf
UieUimatorluiuni. Meution tliiit iiier. Addrvs
Or. J. II. hCIIKXCX A- M, I'htlkrirtnMii, I'a.
C17 St Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, 110.
A ie?'i!ur Orn.I nut ortwrtnirdlc.il
Cnll. k-i -. ba- U rn ImiKiT eniMi'i'd In the Irent
nn ul tt i 'hrotiic. N.rvou, HUm ,iiil
liloo.l lle.i-e lli .in hjiv .illii r tib il'lnii in
SI. l.oiiis, ii rllv mii M 'lisw ninf all old r. -.
.1. Ills kiirm'. VuMIII.'UI'n ..I clllreur kf Infill,
fr. r .iii.l Invited. friendly talk or IiIh oilnli.ii
rois led bl in;. When It I - Ineum en lent to llt
ihe i lly .or Iri iiliin-nU ineilleliii can be sent
ly ni:ill or exir'-ss everywhere. CtiritMe c aen
iriiuriinteei! ; win re ilould exi-ts It la frankly
Mated. I'all or Write.
Nervous Prostration, Debility, Mental and
riiVsicai Weakness,, Mercurial and other
aJTecUonsof Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Ircpvri''.'- Blood roinoning, Skin Affec
tions, Old Sores arid Ulcers, Impediment to
Marriage, Rheumatism Piles. Special
attention to cases from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from IirrruaVnces, Exoessoiy
Indulgences or Exposures.
it i elf-ev.lent Unit n phvlcliin paying
;iiirtlciiinr attention Id a elms iil're nllalii
treat .-kill, lunl ibyeians in regular praetleo
all over ibt eoiinlrv linowlnit this, l'reiiintly
reenintiieiid cases lo the obleM i.llh'e III America,
nbere every known u'h;ini'e Is reported lo,
and the proved irm.il t'tMiielin of all
HKei ,nnt eiiiinl rlen ni'v iiM'd, A w hole lions lr
ii-i d loroibee iiiri'o-e, hihI all nn-treated lib
hklll In a respect lul manner ; and, kiiowliiK
what to do. noc'erliinT.tt Hie nmde, (in He
count of the eietit iinnilxT ii.dyliiL'. the :
eh.iriri"" are ki l l !" . otleii lower tl;an Is
ileiiiniided be others If von serum the "kl'l
itml wt n njn.i,y and fei fret lilo cure, that la .
the liu.M'laul mailer. raiuidilcl. 1M nages
sent to uny address free.
plates. MARRIAGE GUIDE. I pages.
Kli'L-iiiit cloth and irilt bind Inir, Sealed for SI
renl In po-laife ur eniTeni v I iver lllty won
derl'tll pell plellires. tlllelo life art leles'on tha
fiillowlnir .iiiieet!i. Who t..av marry, who not;
v In V I'roi.er iiL-e to man ' . 'Who marry first, .
lanhnod. Woinniih I, 1' hvMral rleeay. Who
nhoii'.d mari'v. Mow life and baiilne may b
lnereiii d. Tho-i' in.irrbd or eonlml.latlliit
nmrnlnii bould rend II. 1 1 miiihl to be rend
oy all adult u ro'i. then kept under buk and
kev. ropiilnredltloii. same asabove. but paper
rover ami 2iJ pusej. Hi cluU. L mail, lu ujumj
WF will mv tf.f mv frwiM (nrmif fMf Llrtr ninpUtnfc'
Itpilfc,hiik Mi tUK, Ihilifc'iiin(lintit1l'.i orCUvrnrti,
.'ai.iii't 'nff w u'i Wff.t'i Vrvtnlil" I.lfr Tilli, wtifN U ltrvr
LiiiiKrc Hrli ilv ei-mphwil witti. 'llirytr p'Hily v. LtLil.l, i4
tifvrrful lo iflvt mtnt:iai"'i. Hnt;r Cunteii, .rt blri, inn
tKti lnn .HO p;;u, Cft frnli. Ytr tL'.n Uy ail -)-i'liU. llr.ie f
ci'iiiitfrtclii t: I tiiiiuti'iru. Tin prniti nitniifiiiiumi itlv by
JOHN (', WIT A Ci., IM A lv( W. MkHl.u St., Cbbfu.
Vrti tut) cm i ivnt by iniil prvpn:(in rta'j 1 Y '1 cut(UiD.
Health is Wealth !
lm c. WVht'b Nwtvn a;d Huain Tiikat.
MKNT, a Kuiirniitiwl Hp 'oilic fur llvstorm lbrci,
mwH, Cniiviibdiiiin, l'ltn, Norvona NonrMlnia,
lli'iuliiclm, Norviuia Pruhtratinn CHtiawl liyiliH una
tif iilcolinl or tnliiu'C", VViilii'fulinna, MenUl Vw
tinwniiin, Hiiftoliinn of tbo I trill ri reslliUIllJin in
f unity nml li'ielinir tu miwry, dceny mill (tenth,
I'retiiiituiu Olil Arfo, Hum nni'HS, Lima of (xiwcr
in ml her hex, Involuntary lonnen ami HimrimiN
orrhnaeaiiHoil liyovorjxi.irtimi of Iholiniin.ai'lf.
nbiinoor ovir-iiiiliili(rnuo. rliich Imix contain
oiin month' treatment. $l.ida lioi.iir am Ihixki
for (.1.UI, aout by mail proi 'iidott rocoipt of pneo.
WU (.I A1(ATI'.K IV HOXKM
To cum any oiuw. Willi oar h onto rowlvixl byni
for mx boxen, aecompaniwi with (.VUl. w will
inMiilthnpiirelmm-rour written nuamnti to nv
fundtiio niotwy if tba tiaUniitdieuotloUoul
euro. Uunriuitm iiwutKloiilyby .
IIAURY W. SOHUH.
Druiajl"t, Cor. ComnMrelAl.AUU t., Cairo
A (lUWl'i (ill JilfllUIUlluIl M,.
nosed mostly of Kasetitlnl Oils
The most penotnitlnir I,lnlmnm
'known. 8o concentrated that a
Hjry-j." y ni" "i 'tpn.
per bottle IX "ft ' f"
DEDERICK'9 HAY PRESSES.
Order on trial, addrena far circular and location of
Wcmnrnand Souiiiern Siorebou.e. and Aiti no
P. K. DEDERICK tt CO., Albany. W. Y.
I IIVOHCKS.-Ni. inli icltv; reHidenlH of any
J Matu. iie.eriinr, N()n siippwri. AiMco and
appliratloin for "lamp, W. II. I. EE, Ait'v 2,'ID
Broadway, . Y.
luO'WJ town in tho Uuion
to adl Mia
A 1 lie. Kmoko for ft. l
ttr HAVANA FII.I.KI).
. lictaih'rs anee oie itrortL
iSampla lot of a.T delir.
ereo 10 any imrt or tho
U.S. for l. h n Iforour
teriim, eiu. Bi.'lIXl'LL 4
k'kAlJ. lri.llnMiu..,lld l.wl
I have known and watched tlie nn- of Sn iffs
Specific for over fifty year", and have never ki own
or heard of a failure t i cure 1 lod 1'olnon when
prnpurly taken I lueil it on niv Hervaula from
IWYi to IHK.'), an dtd aiu a number of my neighbor",
and in every canu that ('nine within my knowledgo
it fleeted a enrc. In all mv life I have never known
a remedy Unit would ho fiiilv aci oinplieh what it is
recommended to do.
11. L. IiES'NAIiDJ'erry, (la.
I have known ana u-od Sw t' Specific for moro
than twenty yeara, and have "eon more wonderful
reult from it tice than from any remedy in or
out of the l'harmac. pieia. It ii a crtaiti and nafe
antidote lo all son of Hbiod l'o'ime
J. IlK KON' .SMITH, M. D.
Hie Grunt In-nz House of Cliicao.
We do not hesitate to ay'liatfor a year pact
we have nld more i t .swil'l'n Specific "(S.S.S)
thnn nil other lliood I'lir'.fier comb tied, and with
moi antuniHhinir reult. One (.'entlen an who
tin' (I half a dozen bo'tb h nya that It ban done htm
more Kood man trealineut which co-t him l m.
Another who has ued it for a Scrnfuloua alliictlon
reports a permanent euro from itn use.
VAN MIAAt'K, STEVENSON A CO.
Will lie paid toanv Clie.mlHt who will find, on an
alynl" of Km bottle" S. S 8.. one particle of .Mer
cury, Iodide l'(itiisiiiiii. or any mineral "ttbs'ance.
TIIK MVHT Sl'KCIHC CO.,
Drawer :t, Atlanta, da.
rewrite fr the little
book, whle'i will bo
Price: Small size, gl.() per bottle. lnrep size
(holding double quantity), $1.73 bottle. All Druu
IflxlH sell it. a
f 30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK.
tfMe0 MhNQ vUArV-J.
TOR SALE BY
II. fcTEAALA tfe Co., Cairo, III
PUOl'UIETOFt OF SPKOAT'S TATKM
Wholesale Deal or In lco.
ICF II Y TH K CAR LOAD OR TON, WE LI
PACKED FOR 8IIUTINO
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leyee.
ML WP 2