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TEK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MOKNIJM, OCTOBER f 84, IKSJ.
v and MALARIA.
From tuesa Boumim ariu three-fourths of
the CllMllHUDH of the huuiuu IUCO. TbugO
syraptoniii InUloiOo Uioirexwtence: Low ol
Appetite, Jtowele costive, Kick Head
ache, fuUiirs alter eating, aversion to
ertlon of Ix.dy or mind, KrocUMoa
of food, Irritability of temper, Low
Spirits, A. feeling of having neglected
aome duty, 'ltneaa, 1 lutte rK at the
Heart, Don before the eyes, hlubly col
ored trine, COA'alTirATIUM, and do
raiinrt ttio uho of a remedy tdiit acts directly
onthol.lvor. AsaUvor mudlelne. TV'ST'k
11 L.IM have, no .tiul. Tliidr action oo tbo
KiiliieyiiuKlsitln lualso tu-oinpt; removing
all liupuritloa throiiKli tlii-so tlireo Mtv
en ((era of the tyatem," prolnclii(( appe
tite, aounj digestion, regular HlrmlH, acinar
Bklnund a vigorous body. Tt'TT'N PILLM
oiiiiHo no nausea or rriplnir nor Interfere
with dully work and aro a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
JUG FEELS LIKE A NEW MAN.
'1 have had Dynneiialu, with Conirtipa
tton.two years, and liiive tried ten dltTeient
kinds of pills, and Tl'TT'M are, the flrat
that liavo done me any good. They have
c leaned me out oloofy. My appetite U
splendid, food dljfeHts readily, and I now
have natural pa-MiiKen. tool like a hew
man." W.U EDWARDS, Palmyra, 0.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
Ghat Hair ok Whihkkiw changed in
tantly to aUUieST I.laoii l.y u single a p.
plication of thin 1tl. iM by Druggist,
or aeiit by expreka on receiptor tl. -Oflice.il
Murray Street, New York
TUTT'S MANUAL OF USEFVL. RECEIPTS FRfl.
TOl'RESKUVE niE HEALTH
t'm the Magneton Appliance Co.'
MiiirnotiV l.nmr I,i,nrwtni t
XJJUC1: ONLY S5
They are priceless to LAMM. KSTlCi!N and
CIIILIUl N With WEAK LINO: no Caen (if I'NKt'M'lN 'A
oh cnoir i ever kri wn vtbe.-e these
(farini'i t are wo II Tti"y also r v-nt and cure
HAr DII-KI' I.ITlm, I'dl.UK. KlitlX.TuM. McTRAl.
mi tuiiiiiT rum i inuuriiviii. 11 t Lull mn
am. kisduku mKAoi. wil u ai.y m.-rvice
fur Tli 11EK Y K a a
Are w irii over the un li r-clolh-
IMrIM!.UIf HI' ni'vllif" to il.nrbe the
J l.AllllJlj .yuiptonip of thl nanncoui" iia
eae that 1 aupulne the 1 fe and etruujt'i o'unly
tK man? of thu fnlumt au4 li-..t of tiuth
I.ahur. tudv a id r-ae.r-h lu Ani-riea, Kuroiu- and
Kmw n iuil. h .! rcieillel in the .Miueiic l.iirm
I'rou-cior, atfinlii g curfr t'aiarrii. a remedy
which c in'iiin. No Oi.eoo r i iia SvTtM and
w:th tho rominu )u eireaui of Munnli.in per
mcatinit Ihrou j ibe affllcie l urn"'. mT K
anma -riirx to a kk ltiiv icr.on. v n.( e i ra
paice for ttiia A i 1 1 a ci- at lc ihu oue-'wentleth
of the price aric-4 hy other for remedi'-. upon
wbl-h vu tlic-AlUh ctianree. aud t t-PKi
LT invite the iiitroiint'e ol the mil i-khkos who
hava tclid dkioodhi theib tim. h wi-uoit it
raor. HOW TO OBTAIN .WiS
glut and aik for them. I r they have not gol tnem,
write t ; the proprietorif, uuciol0t tho lirice In let
ter, at our rink and they (hall he i-tit to you at
once hjr mail, postpaid.
H ind marnp fur fie "N'cat Departure la Medi
cal Trent i.u( witiioct atoicijia," wl.h tbou
aaado of tetlinina!.
TUB MAGSKTOS API'LIANt'K CO..
llli WtAle Street. ("lllc.lKo, 111
Nora Seal one dolUr tn potae iampor
enrr ncrun letter at i ur rifki with lzo of ehoe
unnally worn, at d try a pair of our Mak'tictlc In-
aolei4. and b c inflnced of the power realrtlne In
onr i aL-iietic A 'P'lauee Po.iiively no cold leet
where tuey aro worn, or money refunded. PW-lj
I ream Balin
ha ca.'eeii D enviable
r lu-atton lierever
ki 0 ii. (t:aplar:iik; a!l
i I her pri.-parat.'oiii". An
arlic e of undoubted
a. m tflM . I
LlyL'IO OU fNl'FK
Apply hv tl e finger
, Into the n oi t rl 1 .
When absorbed It effectually cleanup the uaaal
?a8?a."-i of virtu cnusiiij! healthy mcretUins.
t tiva 1 1 fl rim mai Ion . pretc-la the n e ie
braual II ln of the head from aldl lonal
colde, completely heala the ire-a and rea.nre tho
er.e of la-te and unell. Heneflial retulta are
realiz-'d by a few application..
A Tllffinnirt TKKATMKNT WIM.frRE.
fnequaled for Cold In the Head, Headache and
ueamc-i'., or any a' uu oi iun':wim uiuuiianni iii na
tion, fend for circular. Hy mail, prepaid 50 c.
a nackaire otampa received, hold hy all whole-
Mlo r.nd retail dMipifl.ta.
EI.Y'SCKBA'MBAI.MCO..Owfgo, N. Y
MlTl'AL AIK HOl'IKTV,
SUBSTITUTE FilR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society
Organized JulvHth, 1877, Under the Lsws o
the State of Illinois. Copyrighted. ,iuh
9, 1877, Under Act of Congress.
JAS. H. McfJAHEY Prealdjtil
.1 H. MOKIN80N Ut Vice Preaidelit
M. lnil.LII'S Uud VIce-PreHidetit
J. A.GOLUSTINK. Treasurer
THOMAS LEWIS Secretary
ED. II. WHITE AMlstant becrolajy
KXKCUT1VE COMMIT'!' K K
Wm. F.PITCHEU, L.S.THOMAS,
W.C.JOCELYN, V. VINCENT,
WILL, T. UEDUUKN.
.i a r.nldattne. of Golrlatltio & Itoaenwater, whole.
ale anU retail dry Rood, etc.! Jaa. S. McO alley
lumbar ilealor; Wm. V. Pitcher, general a-ent ;
Albert Lewis, dealer in Hour and Krai" ; L. 8.
Thomaa. bricklayer; Moaea Phtlllpa, contrvtnr
builder: 11. A. Cuumhloy, arocer: Tlioa.
aneretarv and attoruny-at-lo w :
M.r...n. lUmnmathic physician; U. Ha
m. ti u w m. Ki.h or. mnrcniini inuor: imi .
in wall-naoor aui window hade; J.
V i,-H-h roniraetor and bulldei; WlHT. lted
hurn.of Moras it Redborn, cIkh maBtifaclurcra;
w Vincent, dealer In lime and cement; L A.
ibllo. photoirrapher; W.C. Joce yn. denti t
Tahof. mfd. JewoleriJ. H. Kc-hlna. n, J. 1 . snd
"Urt publlo; J. 8. Petri, phyalclan; II . W.
n0 tvAck.tnurnceg"nt; E. K. Jarhoe. foremaa
Wofta mains, andB. K. Walbndn, lumber and
Bt. Ymttl, of Oalroj H. LalBhton, caahur Nat.
nk. Stuart, Iowa; Rev. F. A . Wllkeraon, Pryori-
urn, Ky.i J.W. Tairy.phYslolwi.Fttlton,, Ky.
Hacder won, urocerii, i "ii"t """ r" '"1
vTaor a II. Whlto, aas't wo. W. A O. M. A. So
ciety . I. W. Spier, lumber and iaw-uilll; K. L.
OerWm. birbw! k. Dlotrleh, c nrk W..BI
Tlio Daily Bulletin.
CONCLUDED KHOM KOUIITU PAGE.
to supply th markets in other parts of the
state, Four merchant mills aro near town
and do a 1 iro business in the H'ren'ite.
Leaving LonKtnnut, we coino to Ikrthoud,
a small placu locatnd in a now tint thriving
neiuhborhooil. Ik-re, wliero bow broad
HeMs stretch nut covering a wide expanse
of country dottud over witli neat farm
Iiouwb, only four yuara ao tlio Kntelopc
roamed ut will and all whs one "wide ex
tended phin," almost as barren as the
ureat StlitDt desert. A. company of capital
ists conttructed a largo canal at an expense
of many thousand dollars in order to get
water oif the table hinds anil the result was
marvelous, "die desert was made to blossom
as the rone." Lund almost worthless soon
commanded a g'lod price and to-day sells
for from $.' to f 40 per acre aud that ii
a moderate price wnen tiKing into consiu
eration its productiveness. The principal
crops are wheat, oats and barley. Thirty
bushels of wheat aud fifty of oats and bar
lev are often ruined. Nine miles further
north is the little em of a town called
Loveland, located iu the Big Thompson
valley. This too, is a fine agricultural re
gion. Further on, eixten miles, is the
town of Ft. Collins, a place ot some fifteen
hundred inhabitants. The State Agricul
tural College is located here. Like all the
valleys in northern Colorado, the valley ot
the Poudre is noted for its productivenens
Grain a id hay aro the principal productrj
Alonvr the loot hills quite a number ot
sheep and cattle ranches are located, the
stock raniiiiiL' mostly in the mountains.
Onward speeds trie iron horse and we tike
rest at "Siint'a He.st," the fdiued town
oldrceley, la vrela county, ono.
indeed a most beautiful place. 'Vlie town
is well laid out, wide streets, a grove ot
beautiful trees overshadows the town
Here has been demonstrated practically
Horace Greeley's words: "Oa west young
man, go west." Yes, Oreely wis the msti
gator of the movement to go west and build
ud a town where the standard of social
citizenship should be brought up to
higher moral aspect than is usually found
in western towos. Fourteen years ago this
town site was barren waste covered with
cactus. Pioneers full ot hope and courage
commenced the task of building a town
and place of refuge where King Alcohol
should not dare to nlaut the standard of
his ignoble ensign. Twice his emissaries
made the effort to cet a foothold but as
often had to make an inglorious retreat.
Not a saloon has ever marred the fame of
tho town and to-dsy Greeley is a monu
ment of no little magnitude, demonstrating
the fact that a town can be built on tern
pcranco principles. There is not to-day a
town in Colorado being blest with a build
ing boom as is now g)ing on here. A num
ber of fine buildings are going up. The
new stone depot is a marvel of beauty, tho
flue 10,000 public school house is an orna
mcnt to the town. The number of churches
is an index to the character of the people.
One thing noticeable here is the absence of
bummers and loungers. Such characters
call Greeley a dull town and like fish out
of water c&u't survive long, or at least "hunt
pastures new, more congenial to their low
qualities. A walk through the streets
gives oue an idea of the business done here
it crowded stores in large brick blocks is
any evidence. Waiting for the train is one
of the miseries of this last age but now
that time is about up we hope to be off
westward bound, where amid the wilds of
Wyoming we shall seize our taber and give
notes by the way. J . S. I .
The Percentsg of Aotiva Old Men oa the
In a yoiinj country like this, where
life is continually at fever heat, and
where fiction rather than reflection car
ries the dny, old age seeni3 out of place.
In the staid old towns and cities of
England, Jl.-nvthoi'tie tells us in li is
"Old Home," that ho observed that old
age clime forth nioro cheerfully and
generally into the suushino than among
ourselves, whero the rush, stir, bustle
and irreverent energy of youth aro so
preponderant tiitit the poor forlorn
grandsires begin to doubt whether they
have a right to breathe in such a world
anv longer, and so bido their silvery
heads in solitude. But "fust" as this
country aiul this period both proverbi
ally are, it is a fact that tho percentage
of old men who continue in aetivo life,
and who do not show thoir years except
to a close scrutiny, is on tho iucrea.su.
Erect and active' octogenarians, even,
are not unknow n on our streets, whoso
appearance still makes theio, pass cur
rent as being in the executive period of
life. Tho eonsiani improvement in tho
average stlo of living m tho matter of
dwelling, food and raiment, perceptibly
promotes longevity and increases tho
number of cases of it. i'o.sfOf Jlera'd.
A Match Fonnd for a Boston Quiz.
Two Boston gi'iiilciiien w hile irnmp
iug tlii'ouih the White Mountains tho
past summer, on mo across a lonely hut
among the hills from which tho pros
poet was particularly lino and extended.
1'ho proprietor of till- establishment was
hoeing in his small garden, and the
travelers beg in to qu;z him. Said one;
You liavo an csonilptit vlrnv from
"Puny fair," replied the fanner.
"1 Hiipjioso,"eoiit.iniiiitl the lirst speak
er, wining to his companion, "on a
la. r day you can eo almost to Europe?"
"Kiii son further iliiui tha't," returned
"How so?" wns asked In surprise.
"Wo don't think iiothin' of seein' as
fur as tho mu tie."
Tho Hostouians had found their
match. lloston Vottrk.
W. K. ;.hbi)n. river edilorol ifl Him.it.tih
md ntunniljon puKnen.'i'r ai.nl. Orlxra for nil
ktndu of ateamhoat ioh iitinllin nllrlteil. Olllce
at llower'i Kuropeau tloiitl. No. 72 Ohio levue.
The Will Kyle will leitvu Cincinnati for
New Orleans this evening. She lud better
walk light and make good time as the
Ohio is falling and her chances for getting
stuck will be food. Tho City of Baton
Itougo leaves St. Louis this evening for New
Orleans. Tho Carrier from St. Louis pass
ed up for Tennessee yesterday at 3:50 p.
m. She will bring out a big trip of timber
for St. Louis. The Jno. A. Bcudder left
hero for New Orleans yesterday noon. She
had a bii trip. The Cods. Millar from
Mempliis passed up for Cincinnati last
evening at 6:30. She had a good passenger
trip but her freight trip was light. The
Henry A. Tyler from St. Louis goes down
early this morning for Memphis. She Iihs
a fine trip. Tho river marked by the ghiige
here last evening at 0 o'clock, 10 feet 8 in
ches and rising. The Hudson leaves St.
Louis this evening and is due here to-morrow
night for Shawneetown.
Organizer of Victory.
General Hufus Ingills, Quartermnster
General, considers St. Jacobs Oil the best
pain cure for sprains and bruises ever used.
Fits Cured Six Years Agu
"It has been 5 years since I wns cured of
tits," says Mr. W. Ford, of Wirt, Jeflersou
Co., Ind. "Samaritan Nervine did it.
And it always will, reader. $1.50 at drug
Food that is Poisoned
by unclean teeth breeds dvbpcpsia. Such
at least, is the declared opinion of ra lie il
men. Keniedy the evil with purilying,
aromatic S0Z0DONT, which clears away
corrosive panicles which looge in tnu
teeth and produce an acid ferment, that in
tune destroys their enamel and ruins them
It prevents tue unMH-hkaoie annoyance
caused by deb'Ctive teeth, if it is Ubed
while they can be saved from the destruc
tive effects of tartar and other impurities
It Seems to Satisfy
A family want, and I wonder how we ever
got along without Parker s Ginger 1 onic
It cured me of nervous prostration, and I
have used it since tor all sorts of complsiuts
in our family. Mrs. Jines, Albany.
The children of Israel were once fed by
manna, sent from Heaven. This was an un
doubted case ot "God-send." The amelior
ationof liuumn ills and ailments his bec-ti
often undertaken, and as often failed. Ely
Cream balm, however, "has been wnghci:
in the balance and not foiitid wanting."
is a sovereign, speedy, certHin aud pleasant
cure for Catarrh and Cold in ll.e Hetd.
Thousands of people have attested this fact.
Ely s Creim Uilm is a ftvl-s'nd, wrote
Mrs. M. A. Jackson, of Portsmouth, N. II.,
onMsv 22d, 1882, "I hid cntarrh for three
years; had tried nearly all remedies, but to
nn purpose. Tw o or three tunes a week
my nose would bleed quite freely, and I
thought the sores in it would never heal.
Your Btlra has cure 1 me." This preparation
is not a liquid or a snutT, and is easily ap
plied. Can you, reader, afford to experi
ment with injurious snutls and injections
when a pleasant and certain cure is at hand?
Nervousness, Nervous Debility, Neural-
gis, nervous miock, ry. utus jjauce,
Prostration, and all diseases ol Nerve Gen
erative Organs, are all permanently and
radically cured by Allen's Brain Food, the
great botanical remedy, 1 pkg , 6 for $5.
None But First Class Goods.
In Watches, Jewelry and Silverware one
should have the best or none. Messrs.
Siiciti.EY & Co., Chicago, aro tanking a
specialty of tine goods, Hnd if you need
anything in Watches, in dust and water
proof cases, Solid Silver or Triple Plated
Ware, Solid Gold or Hulled Oold Jewelry,
send to Shurley & Co., they will seud a
single article at the dozen price. The are
vouched lor and endorsed by the United
States Express Co., American express Co.,
Southern Express Co., F. W. Palmer, Post
master of Chicago, (Jen I A. C. Smith, Ex
Stato Treasurer, and many others. Goods
sent on approval, with privilege of examin
ation, enabling you to do purchasing at
homo. Remember, Shurley & Co., 77 State
Street, Chicago, 111. Send fortukiu new
AND BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED CATALOOt'K.
Cleanliness and purity make Parker's
Hair Balsam the favorite for restoring the
youthful color to gray hair.
To Tlio West.
Thoro are a number of routes leading to
the above-mentioned section, but tho direct
and reliable route is via Saint Loiiii and
over the Missouri .Paci He Railway. Two
trains daily aro run from the Grand I'uiou
Depot, 8 int Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace bleeping Cars of the very
tic est msko aro attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, Now Mexico and Cal
IfjpiU Tinoct with expresi trains of nil
At Atchjson, connection is made with
express trai" for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection Is Hindu with the
Overland trait for California.
This lino oilers to parties eurouto to the
West and Northwest, not only fast time
andiuporlor accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, at it passes through tho finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Bend for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, Ac, of this
lino, which will be mailed froo,
C. B. KtitNAN, F. Chandler,
Ass't Uenl rasa. Agent. Gon'l Ttu Agent.
Notice la heehv irlven that, nn Wi.dne.ilav the
81at day or October ni xt, between the hours of u
o'clock In the forenoon and 5 o'clock In the. after,
noouof caul ilai , at the Inie lealdence of Peter
Sioltenherir, Blu.p, n-r Htolman, decaed, In the
cllytif Cairo, conntvof Alexander and state ni (III
nol'.the per-oiial prop rty i f aid deicdeet, con
alHtlng i f wau'oiit, l muVa, I cart, houses nip I
lied. !iwhee,lmrr wn, I ciinilnoiie. ahoy !. I
lot. loola. 1 lotrhli.jr'ia aid lumber, I plow. I t ar
row, 4 'lire door 1 lo' feucinu wire, I lot harnenx.
1 P t hot bed aah, I lol trunH, I pump and plpi a.
1 old stove, 1 chair, I lot tl n, 1 mild wheel,
fi-nce and ruin. Imuleuienta. a .d olher urtii l. .
will h ao'd nt i iibl r m'..
TKIi.MS OK H M.K:-l'ureli. of le llian live
dollar" lo lie paid In hand: I r thit uniouiit and
oyer, on a credit of nil montha, the purcliai-i r iv-
IIIK uu u, "nil IIIMT'IV II aeeiirny.
AD'iU'H HWOHOliA Adnili.latrutor.
Dated Cairo. Ilia , September ifKtU,
(iUKKN (ilLDKUT. Attorney.
Hlato of Illiuola. I In the Alexander County
vpa l Irr.llit Court. Kehnrnrv
Alexander Count)-, Term A 1), IhSi.
lu Clnmcery hittlnij.
Kllen Campbell, comp!a:naut,
Hnthy Campbell, defendant.
Hill tn Chancery fur Divoire.
Tho above named defendant I" hereby n itilled
that mid comp aluunt, en the lie h day of July,
1SK1, filed in naiil conrt a ccr'i.io hill iu chancery
for divorce au'iiinat yon, and that alia aumtiioiia
nn leaned thon-on r urnabie oo th" first day of
the Belt term of i-ald court, to he hidden at the
court hoiiau In Cairo, on the aecond Monday of
r enruary next.
Cairo, 111., Herd. 27th, A. II. 1SK1.
ALKX II IKVIN. Clerk.
Mu'key & Leek, Complainant's sollcllora
K. K. TIME CAItD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CKNTHAL H. It.
ra.iia Depart. Traita Arrive.
Mail - 3:( a m. 1ail. 1:05 a.m.
tAccom. r.':i'i a in . Kxpreaa. .. .11 lila.m.
Eipreaa .1 .'0 p.m. I 'Accom v.-vi p.m.
C. ST. L 4 N. U. K. (Jarkon mute).
Mail 4:4.i a.m. I t Vail 4:'Vip.m.
tExpreaa Iflmia m. K.'preaa ... lO.Wa.m
Accjiu :ai p.m.
bt. L. A c. k. it. (Narrow-gatige).
Kxpr 'a 8:00 a in. I Expreaa 1 :li n ni .
iu:3ua m. I r.x. v .nail. ,:iop in.
If.ffi p.m. Accom HMo p.m
ST. L. 4 1. M. H It.
10:30 p.m. Kxpreii 'i;i0 p.m.
w., t. l. a r. n. n.
Mail i Ex 4 lOa.m. I 'Mali & Ex.. n.8l)p.m.
' Arcom 4:00 p.m. Apmh IO: .l) a.m.
Fre'i-hi -.7:4. a.m. rreiil.l ti 4: p.m.
M' DILK A OHIO 11. It.
Mall 5:.Va.m. Mali 0:10 p.m.
Dully except S-UD' av. t Uullv.
TI,MK ( - Alt!)
AKHIVAL AND DKPAKTCKE OF MAILS.
I. C. K. Ii.(lLronuh lock mail). R a. m.
(way mail) 4 V p.m
Iron Mountain H. K
..1" p. id.
.7 p. m.
,.5 p. m.
Wahaah J H
Texaa A St. Louia It. K
St. I.ouia A C iro K. It
4 p. m-
M aa I Iver arrive. Wed , Sat
depart. ed., l-ri
..'::in am to7: 0 pm
a. m to!' p m.
P O. pen. del. op n from
P.O. box del . o cr fron
Snndaja get . !el. ooen lrotn,...8a. ni. to loa.m.
huiHiava tiox del. orjen from .. .H a. ro. to 10:3 am
irNOTK ( "hanif.-a will he pu'ilisned lroru
tiuie to nino in city pi"-ra. ( hanee your tarda ac
cordingly. M M. M. MUltPllY. P. .M.
This elegant dressing
is preferred by those
wholwve used it, to any
'-jn.iW-''.imibr article, on ac-
. jf W mint nf ti Knnrinr
V.. J .leanliness and purity.
. --- .h. i i i I ii cu urn. maiert.1
WAySil mr7Cf onlvtliat are beneficial S
'T to trie acalD and hut
Restores the Youthful Color to Grey or faded Hair
P.rker's Hair Balsam is finely perfumed and Is
warranted lo prevent filling ol thch.iir and lo re-lnt-.T
dandruff and iiching. ilibtox & Co , N. Y.
5I. ud t it cVtlrra h drutri and moillrln.,.
A Superlative Health and Strength Restorer.
If you area mechanic or f.irmcr, worn out with
overwork, or a mother run k n by family or hous
hold duties ny Parker's Gingf a 'I onic.
If you are a lawyer, minister oi business man ex
h.imtcd by menial strain or anxious cares, do not take
Intoxicating stimulants, butuse Parker's Gin per Tonic
If you have Consumption, Dyspepsia, Kheuma
lm, Kidney Comrilaims, oranydisuiilerofthclungs,
stomach, bowels, blood or nerves. Ha hKan's Oincrr
Tostc willi iireyou. IiistheGreiiest Wood Purifier
And the Best and Surest Cough Cure Ever Used.
If you are wasune away frMn .i;e, dissipation or
any disease or weakness and re tunc a stimulant tike
Ginger Tonic at once; it will invigorate, and build
you up fim the first dose but will never intoxicate.
It has saved hundreds of lives ; it may save yours.
CAl'TION t-Rfuisll raWlliHM. rrlr' IJInt-nToolcli
tmjd nf tb bi-t rrmillitl snu la the world, and ti.nltrely
difl.n-iitfroul pr.parahrtniit . I'T'r ftl"ti. Si-nd for circular lo
Huul AC'".. N. V. Sue. Il 1 1 iizti,ai dealers lo drujri.
(1BEAT SAVING ULVING DOLLAR SIOS.
Its n h and lasiing ti.igiance has made this
deiifrhtful perfume exceedingly popular. There
Is nothing likeif. Insist upon having Florbs.
tun CouhjNR and I ook (or signature of
on '""I bntlla. Any dnimilil or dnl.r In ptrfuiiiMy
can mnly ymi. W at.rl 75 cent sites,
I.AIUIK SAVINfJ BUVINO Ue. 8I7R.
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
lite llm'tmi (iiilvitnlP S i.ImI
it ml itnrnih"r IMpctro (iitl
vmuWmiihI Miii tint In Al'pH
iitit ft iitiil (mrnmnlh itrt
-nrt our" ir Ntrvimnl)fhtt
iv, I'liriilyMln, HhfMiiiKil ihJll
1 I ilM thttuntliin, Loftt
uf Vlltil Knuruy. OviTWfirk
ii. llmln.M'mik lluck, KUl'
l.tty, lalvnr, nml h torn nob
iMiMHilntntH. Hii'l nraiMlnuU
41 to hliMHiSKX- Then
rrnvHtL find mrh
1 uthrTtt, h thoy
1 ivwltivAljr n
1 thIa fontlmiont
lut'idus cnH sing no
i! aitraatt. MdP irritate
I work us well as
1 real only nntli-si-nl
In lo srenrer.
1 power reanlnled
lenient (be dUTer
I nil atnaea of all
j lllannaes wherf
la nlliennht. Tims for MEM ONLY at oneii reach
tlmaeiit. ol iII.iim.ii, ii thus- net direct, iimii Neurons,
MiiaciilBMind (liii-r,ill ('anlera, bi'MmIiIy n-alorlna
vltullty whlcli la jiM-lrli ll driiini'd finin lliaaja
liin by aieeas or liiilli'retlnii, lin y lima In n miter'
way nvnrunntK the weukmiaa without, rtruuiilna tha slont
sell. They will cum every ease alunl nf structural oa
KeunrHllun. end ara ire'iirnd Hi furnish th moat
iiiiihlle and iir.nluln minf tn aiii'rt our cliilais,
llual ruled I'aiiipalel Kret , or sunt sealed for no post a u.
ODIulUtloa I AMk.MCAN C'LVANIO CO.
free Invited f ai a N. 6th 8.. 6t. toulB.r
I Stuto & WonrooSts.. Chicago.
SA'I'l.m.l reMl 1 1" " sddie.i Oialr i
BAMCi CATAlOUUti I
fit, sJ, knl l-ie.. .''I I.""'"!
f iMIimnaiii. ""U't "'lu
nm riis"ivi . iiiii-
Sisndf. IV"HI " l"ri
ei.e ruf naiMnw- ihi "- -
..Km. " awiiMaHwi
A ... fei
l - ' ,ja M
kkw nnoi'8 applied to tho surtatn will
i.uiu o ..loan nsiani y ntklCVB PAIN
mrr uiauuioi- tuts oin, or mavo aisairreeabio effects of any kfnu. It
has NO KQUAb for the jgore o; flionrnatlam. Sprains. Bmlaos.
Stiff Joints, Neuralgia, Lame Back, Cramp, Tooth-Arhe
Sore Throat, Pains in the Limba oriu any part ol tlio system
iuiu is etiiany emeaeioux mr an iiiuua
reiiiiinnu a powenui utuusivo auiiiuiaui.
Ask ymir Drtigulst for It. Price no cts per bottle
Prepared only by JACOB S. MZRREXL,
Wholeaalw Pnigglat. 8T. LOUIS. MO
NKW ADVKllTIS EMENTH.
Ooot pay for Amenta. $100 lo f-j njper tnoi.th
nmdo aeHinir nur fine llonkaand lilhleer W rile to
J. (!. McJLKl)Yt CO., Chicago, 111.
fM T? IK K-'lhi'tli-.a, (1 dealgna
VVIIJ.T god. Mailed on rue.
on ruoeidt of rt cents
in atampi. I1BAKNK A CO . P.O. Hoi 1 8J, S.Y.
Ely's Creiim Balm,
UNEQUALLED fur COLD In the II EAI).
( ream Kalrn has gained an enviable repulatlon
wherever known; dla)tlaclng all other preparat loin.
Send forcln-uiar containing full Inform I Ion and
reliable tuaUmonlala. By mall, prepaid, Ml rema a
parangs toampa received, hold by all wholesale
and retail driiugl.ta. ELY'S '. KEAM BALM CO.,
Owego, New Y rk.
Wn UOLT A TEACltKKI Soner's
OI.KJ Insiaiitaiieotia Otilde tn Keys of 1'tano
and Oman. Prlee 61. Will teach anv tie'aun
to plav .1) piece of mualc In one day . You could
not learn u Irom a teacher In a mouth for ( Ji. Try
It and he convinced Kamplecopy wil he mailed
tn any addruaa on receipt of 2'i coots in alamps hy
II KAKN E Jt CO.,Puh:iahcra, P, O liox I lis', . Y.
.VW.IHSI VOLUMES tho cholr.eat literaturu of tho
world. 100 paire ratague free. Lower! price"
ever know n. NOT sold hy deaera. Hcnt for ci-
atnltia Ion before payment on evidence of good
faith. JOHN B. AI.ODN. PuhllKher, 18 le ny
St.,.N. Y. P. O. Box I-.-J7.
MADE ox PURPOSE
One of Those 'Mistakes (?) Which are
More Freiiueut than Prolitable.
"Why, my child, this la not BENSON'S CAP-
CINr POItOL'S PLAS'I EK," said a futher lo hla
little dfltighser, after ctamlnlnga package she bad
)tia brought from the diug store.
Mail t it, r? rmnirry hut l asked ihe mm lor
Renron'a I know I did, and he look the 2A cunta
you gave me to pay for It with, exclaimed the
rni:u positively, iiayoo tne nrng man manoa
"I'll go round mvanlf and aeo," was the gentle
man's comment, as be donned hie coat and hat.
"W by rilon I you aend mo hnon plartcr, in
stead o"f this cheap and traahyihln V
"Why, 1 tho ght th 4 would suit you Just us
Voti thought! you thought! what hulneaa
have von tothink? I don't nsy you for tbliikinu.
but for filling my order." aaid the Indlgnuut ca'b-r,
contemptui-usly. '-Ther.1 take that tmug back
and give me my money, I'll gut what I want
817 St. Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A reKular Ciraitnata of two uieillc.it
eolli'Ki , has been lunirer eiiirniri'd In the tn iit-nii-nl
of t 'hrouio. Nervoua, t- Uni nml
Illooil Diseases than anv other physician lu
St. Louts, as city .ci-i kUsw iiml all old real
Uinls krnw. Consult lit Inn -t ottice or ary mall,
free and Invited. A frlendlv talk or bis opinion
costs nothing. When It la inrniiventi-ut lovl-lt
tho city .or trealineiit, medic ln can lie sent
by nuillor -xprs evervwln-re. CuthiiW' rii-c
KuarauUed; where doubt exists It Is frankly
natcd. Call or Write.
Nervous Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mjrcuriul and ot.hr r
afloctions of Throat, Sliin and Ltines, Blnei
Impurities and Blood Pisonin'.inUTtfC
tions, Old Sores ard Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriage, Elifumatim, Pil.-s. Special
attentioa to cases from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imi-rudcnces, Excesses,
Indulgeucis or Eiposur"s.
Ill i'.' , -.1 that a pliyslelan pnylng
parlleuUi aliiutloii to a class iif eases altalns
Kn-Ht skill, and phv alclans in regular practice
all over the country knowing Oils. freiiintly
recommend casesto'tbe obtest o nice in Aite'rlcn
where every known appliance la resorted to,
aud the provd proml isoeiliois of all
hbi s and countries m used. A w hole linns e
used for ottice pursies, sml all are 1 real oil w lib
skill In a respectful manner; and, knowing
w hat to ijn. mi expei l nu nts are niiule. On sc.
count ni tbe irreat number npplylnu. tlie
cliarir-s sre kept low, iifun lower than Is
demanded hv oilier It' sou secure the akl'l
and aet a speeds- and )s-i . et liin cure, Unit la
Ihe Important' mailer. I' . 1 1 1 1 h U t , Z pages,
Bent to any address free.
putes. 1 MARRIAGE GUIDE. I pages.
Fleirant eloth ami gilt hln.llng denied for M
cents In postnire or ciirvi ni v over llfly won
derful pen pictures, true to lift' arllcleoii llm
ioIIow Ing sublcela. ho iiisv marry, w linnul:
win? Pniper aire to inarrv. Who marry llr-l.
rlnnhooil, V nniauhiMi.l. I'livslcal decay. Who
should inarrv. How life un i hnpplnes may be
Jncre-'sed, Those ii.an n il or ciiiilviiii.latlnij
nanvlnil shniild rend It. 1 1 ona ht to be read
civ all adult person", llu ti kept under lock and
kev. Popular edition, same ns above, but paper
rover and 2u0pHKi" Ceuts by uiail, lu mniicJt
How Mmiy Miles Ho You Drive?
O D O M. E T Ii R
This Inslrumuiit Is no larger than a w.ilch. It
lelis thu exact niimher of miles drlveu to thu
llisitn part of a mile; counts up to 1,'hn) miles;
waler and dust light; always in order; saves
horses Irom heiug over-driven; la uaslly atlm-lind
to the wheel of a Buggy, Carilage, (Sulky, Wagon,
Husd Cart, Sulky I'Tow, Iteapur, Mowor, or othor
vehicle. Invaluable to Liverymen, Pleasure
Drivers, I'hyslclsns, Fariuera. Surviiyora, Dray
men, Ex pressmen, Strtire Owners, Ac, Price only
fvoTciieii, nniethlrd the price of any other Odom-
e'or. When orderltig givo diameter of the wheel.
Sent by mall on receipt of price, post pa d.
Addresa MoDONN ELL ODOM KTElt t.'tl.,
'i North LaSsllo St., Chicago.
ty-8eiiil for Circular. M-lm.
rpilK CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 (Mil) LEVEE.
A General Bank'uiir Hiisiness
I'llOfeJ W. IIAI.t.lDAY
ENTERPRISE SAVING BANK.
KXCLU8IVKLY A SATJNGS HAS K.
TUCia W. HAlsLilDAV.
A IiumiiMuI oreiiui aLiiiii
iKised mostly of Kssentlnl OUr
i ho most penetrating Liniment
llrnoli'n Ho .nninntr-utAil fl.nfn
Penetrate to the very Bone,
I It Will D.0t Soil ClothinsT,
in tun otomacn ana Bowels
oee) niern-ii Altmurie
Tone, Toncli, WorlcraaiisLiip & DnraMlity
HIM.MM ICVABi: t CO.
Noa. 3ft4 and Jofl W'it niililniore Street, Hnlilmor".
No. D'iKlflh Avenue, New Voik.
1 slVOKCES. No pub 'Icily; realdenta of any
" Mate. Deaertinn, Non-siipport. Advice and
applications for atanip. VV. II. I.EK. Att'y, 219
Broadway, N. V.
T'O AfJVKKTIrsEKS Lost eel ratea for advertls
Ine in N70 enod iiewapapera sent fre. Address
;EO. P. HOWKI.L& Co.. lu Snrtice St,. N. Y.
is not a triumph of scb-nco, hut. is a revelation
through the Instinct or the untutored savage, and
la a c i npletu antidote to all kinds oi mood roiaon
and r-kln Humor.
Swift's Specific his rured me of Scrofula, w hich
Is h redltary In my family. I have suffered with
It for many year, and have tried a great many
ph s ciana ami all aorta of treatment, but to no
purpose; and h -n I hmrnn to take Swift's Sp. cltle.
I was In a horrible condition; hut thank to this
irr' at reined , I ntu rid of the disease. There I
no doubt thutttl ihe greatest medicine In exist
ence, and I hope any who doubt will wiite to me.
E. (,'. HAWKS, .in..
After suffering lweii!v-flve years with a painful
Dry letter, and trying many physicians. 1 was at
last relieved by thu use of Swift's Specliie. audi
clicer.ully recom nend It to all similarly afflicted.
Kkv. I. It. PKANIIA.M,
will he paid' lo any Chemist who will find en
analysis of 100 boiile b. S. S., one particle of
Mercury, lodldo Potaaslutr, or any minural sub
Til SWIFT SPECIFIC CO..
Drawer:!. Atlanta, (ia.
f,w-Writo. for tho llttlu book, which will b
Price: Small a'zi,', 1 111 per bollle. Large alzo
(holding douh o quant ty)jl 7i boitle, All drug
glsteell It. g
7 30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK.
ill. mass. r GA.
TOR SALE BY
II. JTEA'ALA & Co., CaIU'', ILL
PHOPHIETOU OF BPROAT'B PATENT
Wholonnlo Dealer in Ico.
ICK. KY TH E CAH LOAD OR TON,WELX
PACKED KOR 8IIIPPINU
Oar Loads a Specinltv.
Cor, Twelfth Street aud Levee,
(MI HO. tU.TNOTh.
PENNSYLVANIA MILITARY ACAD'MY
t UKSTEH. Sid year open September Pith.
Building new. Superior appointments Civil Ko
Blneerlng. Chemical, Colluglsto, Kngllah Conrsea.
( Irculaisof P. W. Barclay, Kan., W. P. lUllblay,
Ksq ,oto( Col. THEO. UYATr, 1'rvs'l.
nrOf I $
I ttJ 'IMtVt' OUTOF ORDER.
c sCi wn roue- " r, r . .