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ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. K.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Oulv lAno Kuimini?
Making Dikkct Connkotion
Tiuinb Liavr Caiko:
.'l:ll.ri it in. M fii I,
A rr I wl iitf n St. Louis 45a in.; Chicago,! p.m. ;
(. oiiueuing at Odin and Ernnghau lor Cluclu
Dull, 1-ou : villi: , Indianapolis ud point! Kant.
11:1 i.m. tst. I.oiuh iud WVnturn
Arriving in 1st. Loul 7:0.'i p. in., and counectlir.:
fur all points West.
'.i.ri j). in. KiiHt i-x it-fiM.
For St. I.' -u i r and Chicago, arriving at m. Louis
til: W) p . m., and Chicago 7:tfl a m
.'l.f.O p.m. ( ,'iiiciiiiinti l-lxpr'-hM.
Arriving si I Im.uniill 7:i a.m.; Louisville ti :r
a.m.; 1 irltnrajolli 4 :')& a.m. 1'assengi r by
IMs tram reac h the abovu points J li to .'!
Lul KS iu advance, ol any other route.
ffTht-i-.rii p. m. express has ?L'LLMA.
M.KKI'INU i,'AK Cairo to Cincinnati, without
char.:?., s.t.d through sleeper to hi l.onts anc
Fust Time East.
I'll viHlKTCl. ,ij tt!' 1,ne l!" ,hr",!t-''' l Ksst.
n em points without ,i'iy delav
Caused bv Sunday Intervening. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo errives In new Vork Monday
morning at l(i::is. Tliirty-slx bourn in advance of
f oit.i r route,
If'l'T through tickets and further information,
J'J. V at Illinois Central Ua'lroad Depot, ( airo.
J II. JUNKS. 'MrK. t Agent.
A. II. HAN HON. (Jen. Ham. ABftit. Chicago
Til l'RrKUYK THE HEALTH
Use tli Magntnn Appliance Co 'h
Magnetic Lung Protector !
IVUICK ONLY S5.
They ar; priceless to l tin La. i k.sti.k M hn and
tiin.Dii n witu wtK irs.a; uice of pkki-iioN'a
on i p.ot i' is ever kit wn win- e tnee
garment- are wo-n. Tnty also iir-v.-rit and c im
liitAnr ijikkuti.tii!, ;oi.i-. mill HtT.l. ne. Hti.
UIA, TllltOAT Tlim'lll.KS, Iill'HTII f.lll A. A'AKUI. A "ill
am. kimjhcu ihka-I!. Wl.l wkh any service
fur Til ui: r. TtAKH, Arc worn over tin; uu ici-cl th
in.: VT ti 11 B'"''!'"-" to d.scr be tnc
l.lltlUl, symptoms uf thi-nauseous :ls
ca'e that is Hppin the 1 and stmi.-th o! only
too nunv of the fairest and test of hot It .-xes
Lab r. Mi'!y aid r.-se-in h In America. Europe ami
K iste n amis, hive resulted in tin; M ijnelic Lung
Protector, all Tdl-g cure for Catarrh, a n inety
wiii h contain No liHrontso ok iiik vte. anil
Willi the rontiinioiia niri-am o' M n.-ti-ni jn-r-rnentiiii;
t'lro'ii.'!! t li all'icted nri:in. m t iik
BT'uiB mm to a UEti.Tiir en os. We ri.tcK ci'it
I'kK E fir Una Aop lanceat lei-s tlun one-tweu'leib
of the pric" afk''d oy nihem for reinedl'- iipo'i
wlilrh you ttke sll the chance", and w Ei'd.i i.
I.Y invite the atriiiiMl:e of the many l'ii,iosi who
tave tried luii'omsu tueiii ctokai lis wirnoiT Er-
HOW TO OBTAIN J,1','
Ift-l and k for them. II thi y have not not ihem,
write to the proprietor', enc'ci-lnu the ITice In let
ter, at our nk and tliev aliali he -M to you at
once by mm!, pnKtpaid.
S "iid tamp for the "New Departure In Medi
cal Trent n.eiit witimit meuicim,'' wl,li thou
fandr of te'lin 'iiia,..
TUB H.UiNKTuS AI'I'MANCK Co ,
M.ile Street. Chlti.'o, 111.
Not. Sen. 1 one dollar In iola'e ta;npor
carr-ucj (.n letter at our riik) with i.e of phoe
Uiually worn, at d try a pair of our Mau'netlc In
eolei, and bo c inTl'ired of the power reatil'n g In
our 'ta.'ii' tic Alipllance." I. i V" ! y no cold I cut
where they ure worn, or muo1 v refunded, liri-ly
POUT d'KAI'E AVLN'E
i- I .
.. : J ) A A -J-
Spkeh'8 Port Gape Wink !
fol'u years old.
rrillS CKI.EBItATEI) NATIVE WINE l ma.lo
-I from the Juice of tho Oporto drape, rained In
thin country. It Invalnahle tonln and !rcnth
eninu propcrtie. are unurpaud hv any other
Native Wine. Helnif thu pure Juice of the tiritpe,
produced under Mr. Spcer own personal eiipurvl
ion, It purity and Keiiulm nei, are Kiianmlceri
Tli') younet child may partake of Its Renerous
qimlltie, and the weaker! Invalid uo it to advuu
tnK it I particularly beneficial to the aeil and
d hllitaled, and suited to tli. various ailmunts tli.il
affect the weaker sex. It Is In every respect A
WINK TO BK KKI.IEI) UN.
Sneer's P. J. Sherry.
Tho I. .I.SIIKUKV la a wine of Superior Char
acter and t artukesof the rich qualille of the r rn no
from which It I made J-'nr 1'urlly, Ulchiiess, t'la
voi and Medicinal Properties. It will be lonnd un
Sneer's P. J. Brandy.
This ft K ANDY stands ttnrivaled In this Country
helnirfur superior for mudlclnal piirjmsiis, It li h
pure (list Illation from I he Krupe, ami rontalns vnl
uahle ineillclnal properties, It has a dedicate llu
vnr. similar to that of Ihe erapq, from w hich II is
dttilled, and is in Kreat 'vor nmiinir flrst-clnss
families, nee that the signature- of ALKliiil)
HI'KKK, l'assalc, N' . J Is over the cork oi each
Bold Hv PAUL SOliUII
AND BY DUtTOtilHTa KVKBYWHI,'HK,
AGENTS WANW5D! Ri
ernes, or New Pictorial History of the Idle mid
Tiiui (if the Pioneer Hemes and Heroines of
America, by Col. Kriink Trlplett. Over w superb
CDcraflnn Cover tho three era nf pioneer pro
gress it) irom the Alleithonle to thu Mississippi;
(J) from the MlMSls-ippI to tho Kncky Munliilns;
California nnrl the Paolllc slope. NKW. Com
lilne graphic, thrilling imrrativ. with profiisuue
of elpgant llluatratlon, by cnilnenl artist. Nearly
imi personal portraits, etnhraclng all thu pioneer
lenders, beside icoroi of Incident. A picttl e
gallery of rnru Interest. A true historical work of
thrlilitig sdventtire In forest, plains, mountain and
streams; covers western progress mid civilisation.
Klghts with Indians; desperate advemnres; nar
row escape; wild life on tho border. A guild
book for atoms. Otibill everything, ?i octavo
page. Low in price. In reach of Musses. Agent's
complete on tilt 75 cont. MftVrllo at omu for
coiitldeuilul terms mid IPiislrated desert i-tiou.
Address, N. I). lUOMPHON A CO., Pub.,
lull-tit at. Louis, Mo,, or Mew Yore City,
55 j!W'V.rT''f i
The Daily Bulletin.
Thn Highlands of North Carolina.
A lutl.V w!ii inn MiimiiiTi'il in tin)
Ilioliliiiiils i, I' Niiriii Cur.iliici, it rv",iori
hul ci.iii ii!ir:it i ! v liulij ktiiiwn un ct
to till! 1 1 lit I'i.-it . llrSITilb'S till' M'l'lllTV Hllll
tlio M'0iii in a wry nciil.ilili) urtittli- rf
tho Oftolnr li u in ttT of Lii Iicolt's
Mii'jtizine. Shu iiy.i of llu- rririoti;
Tliu vti'sinni ):irt of Nonh (,'iirolina
in u region of wi, uinl it:tnri;sitiu
buuiity. Muiiiitiiins st;uii jmi-ln
rlliotliili l' to 'UI-ili; isliolllilcl' nil over
it; bliito-y lonisH of inks, iiiii;.s, stnlcly
lii'inloi'ki :iiii! iiiiiiiiiiisiiclicstinits clotliij
nil iliitii'.'-lojii'.i; iluwn Hie narrow rl(!iis,
dink with Urn hlimli! of rlioiloili'inlron
ninl Ifiiin-l, rti-.li tvear, bright .strt'itiiH,
fml liy y nliin f pfinH, :i 1 1 I cvcrywlicru
n ridi irofiiiion of iii llmvcps is to Ijd
iib t in tli;:r sc:i-oii. Iiut;uiiLs who
h:ivi! at t t'airlf.l to tin-, n'iun hyilio
t'lilliiisiastio ftfnl tlioiili v:i;'tii! ili'.si'riji
timi ol ti,c Hi.ra, veil ly llicft-vv tourists
vilio havn .'iii ti;ttci 'its Willi's, liavo
fuiinil tlifir i ioct:niuii4 f ir Hiirpasicil
Imtii us lo varioty ami lii-iiiity.
lli'.iliii ti 1 1 i ii:iiiiro bi'dkurs liavo
coini; Miiiiiiii'r after miiiiiiht lo Aslu;
villc ami oilu r results on tho French
1'ioail, anil siiji.-,'.Mi.'ii havii i(:iietiatiol
the lial-am anil .Smoky Ranges in
search of the ileer ami hear to Ikj fotiml
in tin; remote! forests, or lint upeckleil
trout that alioiimls in tlits cohl streams.
Hut, coiiipariol with thu spane to lu
travcr-e.l, visitors an; few; there urn
whole leagues wlnTU tin! foot of 11
;.traii;'er lias ni'Vui tro 1, nii'l the native
lite of the region is iiiiiiiilueibM.oi bv anv
foiitac!. w ilu tin; outer world, Jn the.su
inoiuitaiiii there is a
w hieu iias
I1AKI I.V IK KVfclt
njipeareil in ju ini; the moilo of lif, am!
baiiits of tl.'iiujht of tin- natives nn; loss
known to general remlers tnan those of
thu tieasanls of any eotiutry in Eurojn;.
Artist- have; never S"t up their eliseis
in these inaiiiii.-cnt forests nor ilri'ain
fil, pencil in hanil, upon thu swelling
outlines aiul ainetlivst iti;s of the dis
tant mountains. Two or thro; literary
workers have fuiiii'l fre-h ami interest
in?; materia! here while on hasty visits,
but theid are types of character that
have never been ilelineateil; there, is ;i
rich store awailino; the seeker w ho is
gifted with the power of insight and
expression. The exisieinw that .joes on
in thce cabins has not yet found an in
terpreter. The tanned, athletic moun
taineer who ,-teps lightly down the
n':one is n figure stiiMtive of the
Iioinerii' a-'e. That woman carrying
water from the spring to the gh-n leads
a life as unf'uiiir.'ir to us as the dweller
in a wheeled house on the Scythian
Three tiling- attracted us the moun
tain scenery, line i-iiiuate, the cheapness
of livinu, and each of them has' .sur
passed our expectations. The. grandeur
of the mountains has been ii perpetual
feast; tin) climate has restored one's
jaded nerves and color to paling checks;
and we. have lived well, as regards an
abundance of nourishing food not lux
urious surroundings on one-third cf
what it cost us to live at home.
I'lilMITIVK 1H U SKKKKPINir.
It seemed as if we had gone back
several generations- to the d.c.s of our
great grandmothers when we went to
housekeeping here. ( lur Honrs are bare,
and the constant clack of our heeled
s ioc, on the oak boards has become a
familiar accompaniment to the perform
ance of household duties. Our walls
are ceiled with smooth drcs-cd pine,
untouched by oil, varnish or paint, ami
variegated only by numerous ktiot
holes, except where wo have fastened
tip two or three pair of deer antlers,
elu-ters ot the bright scarlet berries of
the mountain as-r and some photo
graphs. Our w indows were for some
lillie curlailcess. hut they framed views
of distant summits and nearer ridges
clothed with majestic hemlocks, chest
nuts, inap.es and oaks, which we wxro
loath to si. ut from sight, ami at night a
host of big bright stars were visible,
rumps and wells are. unknown here;
tlie supply of water is always obtained
from springs. Our spring is several
rods from the house, m tho fuot. of a
hill. It issues forth from the hill sidn
in a strong, dear stream. iLdiciotislv
cold, and runs away through an almost
impelicirabie thicket of
i.it i:f.i. ani i;iiiimiii:mi;(n
to join a stream w hose constant mur
mur and gurgle we hear in the adja
cent forest, liy the spring are the con
veniences for washing clothes a largo
black pot, with each of its three, feet on
a Hat stone, under which a tire is built
on washing days, a wooden bench and
some heavy tubs. Part of our cooking
is done by the fireplace, whoso capa
cious mouth yawns wide enough to
take in the largest back log, and whoso
stately brass andirons have conio down
from a former generation; the rest is
done on a little nnthpiated cook slovo
which was probably in use when , feller
son was president. "'e fancy, however,
that the lireidaeo cook ing" tastes Hie
best; certainly nothing in thu way of
modern conveniences could improve tho
salt raised bread, chicken pot-pics ami
huge peach pies which are taken from
the old-fashioned oven on tho hearth,
heated by ooals beneath and on the lid.
Our bedsteads tiro of native wood,
and made here; one is varnished and
savors of luxury, tho others aro not.
Our beds are striped ticks lilled with
straw, and, as wo drop into sound re
freshing slumber as soon as wo retire,
wo havu never perceived that they aro
not woven wire or curled hair. Our
chairs aro hand niado and mado to or
der, which proves that they aro genu
ine, solid and havo individual character
tho finalities so much sought in mod
Plantation philosophy: Dar's nioro
true 'ligion in do hoe-handlo don dar is
in do aberago pra'r. Do man what
would abuse a enemy when ho Is in
trouble would not help a frlon' in (lis
tress. Do Nensiblo man somotiines
reads do foolish book, but du foolish
man neber roads do nuisiblo hook. In
do .Spring nature smiles; In do Summer
sho frowns; In do Kail sho sighs, tin' In
do Winter sho slaps j er. It tiiu't du
bravo man dat will al'ers light when
yer calls him u liar, fur do bravo man
can man' nioro dan do coward. Do
man what tells lies fur do 'nuisi'ineiit
ob do crowd ken bo mil up wld, but do
man what lies to mako hisso'f 'portant
is a mighty disgusilu' uoro. ArluHstw
CAIRO BULLETIN; SATURDAY MOUNINU, OCTOBER n,
A Democratic victory in Iowa this year
would have resulted in disaster to tho
party in Illinois next year. Let us all re
joice with exceeding great joy that low a
declined to whel into the Democratic line;
Moody and tfankcy successfully begun
a series of moetinys iu tho I loyal Theater,
Limerick, IroUnd, this wuok. Tho build
ing was crowded to its utmost capacity.
Thu services consisted of singing by Hunkey
and addresses by Moody. The audienco
appear spell-bound under Moody's preach
ing. Some of our Republican contemporar
ies are expressing surprise that there are
effective temperance organizations, and
laws against obscene literature, which are
enforced in tho southern states. If they
would make an honest confession they
would admit that in a very large number of
particulars the south presents a great moral
example to the north.
Tho earthquake at S in Francisco, lust
Tuesday night, gave tho city a terrible
baking up. No buildings were destroyed,
however, ami no lives lout. The shock was
tho heaviest since 1808, which occurred on
tho 10th of October. This fact increased
the fears of the people many of them re
maining on tho streets all night In prefer
ence to returning to their homes.
The Cincinnati Gazette says: "Illinois
ambles into market with a load of presi
dential candidates on her back. In one
end of the bag are Washburn, Lincoln,
Logan and Sheridan; in tho other Trum
bull, Morrison, Palmer and Harrison, while
Uncle David Davis sits stride of the animal
to keep things steady. The corn fields at
home are still full of eager politicians."
W. F. I.ambwn, river editor ol nr. IScu.itin
and steamboat passenger agent. Orders for ail
kinds of steamboat Job pruning solicited. Office
at Bower's European Hotel. No. 72 Ohio levee.
The prospects for a good stage of water
for first-class is good and within a tew days
more steady rise all ot the large boats both
in the Ohio and Mississippi will resume
business again. The John Howard for
New Orleans aud the Henry A. T ler for
Memphis, both from St. Louis, arrived
here yesterday morning with good trips.
The Tyler left at 3 p. m. and tho How aid
at 4:30. The Centennial arrived here at
4:30 p. m. yesterday. She had no freight
and did not want any, but received 200 bar
rels of molasses which she brought buck
to St. Louie, which was pirt ot some dam
aged treigtit ahe had on Oontd when alie
sunk. She left at 5 p. m., and will get her
freight about 1,500 tons which she dis-
cnargea oeiow Here wnen sue sunB. I he
Hudson passed up for Shawneetown yester
day morning, and is due on her return trip
to St. Louis to-night. Tho Ste. Genevieve
for Memphis this evening. The Gus Fow
ler laid over last night and took tho Mil
ton Nobles company to Padticab, where
they play to-night. The Commonwealth
from Vicksburg will report here this morn
ing for St. Louis. -The U. P. Schcnck will
report here to-day for New Orleans. The
Wyoming from St. Louis with a big trip
leaves here to-day for Ne Orleans. The
Jas. W. Gaff from Memphis, after a long
Bpell of retirement, will arrive hero this
early morning, enroute for Cincinnati. The
Cons. Millar leaves Cincinnati this evening
for Mum phis.
LIST OK I.ETTEIIS HEMAININO CNCAM.K1)
KOH IN TIIK I'OSTOKFICK ATCA1HO, I I.I..,
SATURDAY, OCTOUEll 1 3X11, 1S83.
Allie Armstrong, Rebecca Britton, Jessie
Bilesturait, Mrs Ikrdmier, Elisabeth
Bonear, Jullia Conuars, Anui Clark, fcoh
Ella DimehueO), Molley Easley, Duneah
hllis, Lisie Funs, Emma Frost, Lucy Gib
son, Jane Hall (3), Emery Sohnson. Marv
Jenkins, Sopha Kirker, Jennie Kinebrew,
i M Lewis, Atm Lee, Lizzie Landuni,
Emma Mathew, Throney Mortley, Lizzie
McArty, Atta Marshal, Ella McKilyn, Net
lio Nelson, Mary Nicholas. Katv V rice.
Clara Stevens, Emma Taylor, LewTilliman,
Steve Vassel, Sarah Vaugh, Lucage Wat
mugs, lemperauce Wright.
G Minor Anderson, William Artigle, E
M James Ureight, A W Burger, John
Brogan, Elder Bass, Win N Collins, Edw
Cooker, Jabez Clark, Win Cates. Thomas
Clark (3), James Counoday, Henry David
son, L J Dulamo, Richard Dowell, Wash
ington Dirtch, W Darmodv. Chas David-
oii, Charles Din wider, John Eavers, Ma
rlon Grapham, Johu Gorman, Ohiier Grilf-
pon, aherumn Graden. II F Gnleller. I)U
Lanfato Gynn, Pleasant Heart, Sam Hir
Bhoin, James Hulbert. J C HannonW. .fumes
Higlio, James Hayes, C S linger, Mr. Hub-
uaru, liiownbrig Houghton. Amo HarrL
son, Louis J kouso, Michael Kenneby, Edw
King, James Lydy, I S Labler, Bernard
i-ynn, ironio Martloy, M A McCoy, Beu
McFadun, Lewis Manual), V B Nelson,
Andrew Nare, Win Oaken. Wm Oden. .Ins
O'Coiinell.Jas It Phillips, J B Penn, Ed
Pennington, A Peterson, John Rosuboro, T
U Btmouds, Youna Taylor. Uarrv E Waco-
man, Geo Wilhm, Goo Williams (3;, Albert
VU'iiille, Daily Commercial.
Persons cullinir for the above mentioned
will pleaso say advertised.
,. JHuurur, rostmastcr.
Strength for Mind and Body,
There is more strength restoring power
in a bottle of Parker's Ginger Tonic than in
a bushel of malt or a gallon of Milk. This
explains why invalids find it such a won
derful invigorant for mind and body.
Tho Testimony or a Hiysieidn.
.lames Iteecher, M. 1)., of Slrgoiirney. Iow,snvs,
for evenil years I have been using a Cough Hal
?;!"'' 1J- W.M. HALL'S BALKAM K"K
'UK LINUS. aud Inaln.ost everycase through nt
my practice I have nd entire success. I l ave
us.d aud prescribed hundreds of bottles ever since
the days of my army practice (l;j), when 1 was
surgeon of Hospital No. 7, l.omsvil.e, Ky.
Henry's Carbolic Salve.
It I the Ilest Salvo for Cuts, Itrtuses, Nor, ,
Le ers, .Salt Kheum, Tetter, Chapped Hinds, Chil
blains, Com and all kinds of Skin Eruptions,
Heckles and pimples.
LL'UNO'.H CATAUHII HNt'FH cures all stlec
J on of the niucon membrane, of the head and
Hed Horse Powders cuie diseases in aulmal.
Advice to Motliers.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering aud
crying with pain of cutting teeth? If so,
semi ut once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup lor Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrbo'a, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, ie
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to thu taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest aud best female
physicians and nurses in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Mensman'b Peptonized Beep Tonic, the
only prepartion of beef containing its entire
nutritious properties. It contains blood
making, force generating and life sustain
ing properties; invaluable for Indigestion,
Dyspepsia, nervous prostration, and all
forms of general debility; also, in all en
feebled conditions, whether the resuit of
exhaustion, ntrvous prostration, overwork,
or acute disease, particulary if rcsultim
from pulmonary complaints. Caswell,
Hazard, & Co., Proprietors, New York.
Sold by Druggists.
Cleanliness and purity make Pmker's
Hair Bilsum tho favorite for restoring tho
youthful color to gray hair.
Emory'e Little Cathartic is the best and
only reliable Liver Pill known, never fails
with the most obstinate cases, purely vege
table. 15 cents. (1)
Orape Culture and Poit W ine.
Mr. A. Speer.of New Jersey, one of the
largest grape producers in the Kast, com
menced, but a few years ago, in a small
way, to make wines from currants and
blackberries and other fruits. Ho now con
trols laige vineyards of the Oporto grape,
from which his famous Port Grape Wine
is made, and which chemists and physi
cians say tivals the world for beneficial
iff. cts on weakly and aged persons, and
the coiiBUmjitivu. For sale by Puul G.
WohK Given Out. On receipt oi votir
auunss we will uc.ke an oiler ly which
y. u can earn 3 to $7 evenings, at your
home. Men, Women, Boys er Girls can do
it. II. C. Wilkinson & Co., 195 and Ull
Fulton Street, New York.
Allen's llraiu Food botancial extract
strengthens the Brain and positively cures
Nervous Debility, Nervousness, Headache,
unnatural losses, aud all weakness of Gen
erative System ; it never fails. $1 pkg.;0
for f. At druggists, or Allen's Pharmacy,
315 First Ave. N.Y.
To The West.
There are a number of routes loading to
the ubeve-nieiitioned section, but the direct
and reliable route is in Saint Louij and
over the MihSoiiri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leiven
wortli, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omnha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
firest make arc attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New .Mexico aiel l.'al
ifT'da "'"'nect with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kansas aud Nebraska
At Oniahu, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This line offers to parties enroute to the
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri mid Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &c, of this
line, which will bo mailed free.
C. B. Kinnan, F. Chandlek,
Ass't Geu'l Pass. Agent. Geu'l Pass Agent.
It Seems to Satisfy
A family want, and I wonder how we ever
got along without Parker's Ginger Tonic.
it cured me ot nervous prostration, and I
have used it since lor all sorts of comnhiints
in our family. Mrs. Jines, Albany.
rrdlE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
CAPITAL, Ml 00,000!
A General Banking Business
jNTERPRiSE SAVING BANK.
KXCLl'SIVKLY A SAVINGS BANK
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DISEASES OF THE LUNGS
m HOW TO CURE THEM
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yiiaiantiv.l: wh.-re iloiibl exists ii Isir.inkly
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and It Is s true to-day a then, The poor victim
of Hlood l)s, us,- is driik-iicd w ith Mercurv to euro
Hie ma adv. uniltli ii dosi'd with iodide to cure
him ol'ths Meicuiliil Poisonii t'; hut lnsieud of auy
relief, the first breaks down his lencrul lie.i III and
makes hi in a cripple, and the other ruins his di
gestive organs, in those ullllcted in this way
swift's Specltfc Is thu eroHtest boon on earih. and
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this Meicunal Poison, tones up the St'stein, and
brings tin; sullVier buck to health and happiness.
Every person w ho has i v. r been salivated should
by ail means take a thorough course of I his remedy.
iTni'KK tMiNvii.i.s, Tii-tous CV, Ha.
I-'I.'C years ago I found on my plantation a ci.
ored niuu who was badly diseased He spited
that live ears before he had cot. trai led a violent
care of Hlood I'olson, aud had been treated by
many physicians, all failing to cure him. 1 treat
ed htm with .swift's ."specific, mid In a short time
he was soiini' and Weil, aud has nut had a s nip
loin of the disease since. U. M. lillillES.
Oie.i gent e in an who had been confined to his
hed nix weeks with Mercurial Uheumutism has
been cured entirely, aud sneaks in the hichest
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analysis of ii l ollies of S. S. S , one particle of
mercury, Iodide potassium, or any mineral siih
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