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From these source- ariao tutue fourths oi
the (lldeaoun of the human mco. l'bcae
ymi.toina Indicate lueiresiiitencB : Utu of
Appetite, ttowela costive, Melt Head.
atUe, rullnes after eating, avcraluu to
cierUonor body or mind, Kructatlun
of food, Irritability of temper, Irfiw
plrlt, a feeling of having neglected
joine duty, l"liiea, I lutlt rln at the
Heart, ItuU before the eyei, highly col
ored Irlue, COSNTIPATIO.V and le
mand tho use of a rnmoily that arts directly
on thoLlvor. AsaLlver mcdlolnn TTTT'sJ
N LU have no equal. Their act Ion on tho
Kidneys and Skin Is also prompt; roniovlng
all Impurities through these threo " srav
e tigers of the system," producing appe
tite, sound digestion, regular stool, a clear
sklu and a vigorous bod v. TI'TT'S PIL.I.H
causa no nausea or griping nor Interfere
with dally work and are a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
HE FEELS LIKE A NEW" MAW.
"I have hail Dyspepsia, with Constipa
tion, two yearn, and have tried ten different
kinds of pills, ami TTTT'S are the first
that have done me any good. They havo
cleaned mo out nicely. My appetlto is
splendid, food digests readily, and I now
have natural pansatres. 1 feel like a new
man." W. 1. EDWARDS, Palmyra, O.
hoMeTerywhera.aSc. Otfio,4 MurrayBt.,N.V
TUTTS HAIR DYE.
Giut Haik ob Wiiihkrks changed in
stantly toaliroesr Ulack by a single ap.
pli'-ation of this Dye. tvld by Druvglsts.
or sent by express on receiptor $1.
Office, 44 Murray Street, ,s w lorlc
TDTT S MAN3AI OF USIFII RECEIPTS FREf.
TO PRESERVE THE HEALTH
I'su the Magneton Appliance C.'
Magnetic Lung Protector !
1JI11C1C ONLY S5.
Tbcy art prire'.en to units, gentle msn and
CIIILbffN With WEAK LUNcts; Do C&S0 of PS KL'XoN'A
ok ciiocr ir ever ku wn where these
g .riae: is sru worn. Tupy also pr-vi-nt and cure
ukaiu inrpii ri-TiKs. couw, iiiisrn .t.s.u, mrl'bvi.
0. A, T1IWMT TKDIBI.BS, UtrilTIIKIlU, A'4riHH. AND
all kinduku oisbask. Whl wkib kLy service
1 t TtiitEfi teah. Ara worn over the undt r-clota-in-.
('VP A HP If 11 n'ell'to d'-errba the
V..V1.LIIU1.1, ymptoiiiof thin nauseous 'lis
ee Iftat Is sspplu;; the 1 fe and streuKlh of only
t casuvoftbe ftiireit aui l st of buth st-aes
I tj r, s'udy and risesrh in Americs, turop-j and
K .sic n is.mls.bive resulte! intlie Miiuetic Lung
Protector. aJifdin caw f'f Catarrh, a r muoy
H'Mrtl C MilniU No OnfoOIJli) of ihr system, and
w.tn ttie rontliiu jne stream o' Mant;tini per
muntinu ihrouj:! tne Mllictr.l organs, mi.st kk
STilllS lilt TO A HEALTHY CTON. Vs I'l.ll.'K I I H
1'Hire fo- tins Ap;niauceat less thsu ono-1 l ii-; h
of the price ifkid y others for remedies upon
which you tike nil the chance, and wi kspeuul-
1. r Invite the patrouaife ot the hat pehsoSs who
have tried UHCUUIKQ TIIElU IMBtCHS wiiholt Kir-
Klit and Ak for them. If thry have not pot them,
write 1 1 tue proprietors. enclosing the price in let
ter, at ourrirk and ther shall he s;nt to you at
oure liy mall, postpaid.
.v-n'l stamp for fie "Nct U'parturo In Modi
cai Tr.tatieut wiTM'n beuicib," wi,h thou
anlt i)( leatlninmal .
1HK MAUNKTON AIM'LIAXPK CO.,
lilt rttite Street. Chlc.i, III.
Note Sal one dollar in pO'ta,'e aiampa or
carr nr; i u Seller at our nakl witii ize of shoe
u ia!;y vrn'n, t d try a pair of our Magnetic In
aole. and be c lurincod of the power njaldliiir iu
our anetic Apphanceit. Hoai ively no cold leet
h"r-1 leyare worn, or monry rvfuudel. VfJ-lj
"IIKAU this, all ye people, t tii yiv; tar
----all ye invalids of the worM, II 'p Bitters
will mike you well and to rejoice.
J. It shall cure ail the pcupit ami put
sick tic-'? an 1 su!T I'lug under foot.
If. lie thou not alraiil when your family
is bh k, or you li'ive Rrii,'lit'g disensuor Liver
Coinjihiiit, lor Iloji liittets will cure you.
4. Hotl) low an 1 Mali, rich i;nd (vmr
knew the value i f Hop Hitters f r itiKioua,
tietvi u-t til l lllii'uni .tic 'ottijiinnt a.
5 t'li ue ni'' wiili iLp Bi'trr and I
fchall have robust sti I Mtjoiniot; lieal'h.
ti. Ad 1 diseiit! upon ilisens' mid let t tie
wot st n.iiii', I am site if I use H p Bitteis.
7. For all my life hvo I leeii plaijiieil
with bii'kucss on 1 sore?, an I not until ay cur
B!.'o w is I cured, liy Hop Bitters.
8. tli Lit kc'ieth his honi'S from ncli
iuo liniii liieum.it,siii atnl Ncuiui t, with
Hop li tters, docth wisely.
U. 'l'noiih thou lust sores, pimples,
freckle.', sn!t rheum, erysipelas, Idood poi
soning, yet Hop Bit'er? will remove tli ru
ID. Whit woinau is there, I'eeMe and
sick from female complaints, who desirHh
not heilth and useth Hop Bitters and is
11. I ft not nej.'1'Tt to ue Hop Bitters
firing eti serious Kidney and Liver complaint-.
12. K:ep the tongue from beini furred,
thy Mood pure, and thy stomach from
indigestion by using Hop Bitters.
13. All my piins and aches and di-ensc
f li ko chaff before the wind when 1 use
14. Mark the innn who was nenrly dead
and ji veil up by the doctors, after Usinij
Hop Bitters beconieth well.
13. Cense from worrying about nervous
ness, i;eiieral debility, and urinary trouble,
for Hop Bitters will restore you.
ha" eained an etivtnhto
r puiatlon herever
known, displacing all
cither preparatlona. An
artie'e of uudouhted
is not a
LIQUID Oft SNUFK
I4AY-FEVED, App'yH nnflr
n 1 " Into the nostrils.
When absorbed It offuctually cleanses the tinsal
?ua-Hu-e of Tims causing healthy secretions,
t allays li flam inai Ion, protects the ti e u
branul 11 Idrs of the head from 'addl ional
colds, completely heals the sores and restores the
scr.!c of taste and smell. Beneficial results are
realized by few applications.
A THO 'iOUOU T KE ATM EST WILL CURE .
Uneqnaled for Cold In the Uead, Headache And
Peafbe-H. or any kind of mucous mumnranal Irrita
tion, .-end for circular. Br mail, propaid 50 c.
a packago stamps received. Sold by all whole
sale and retail druggists.
ELY,SCKEAMBALMCO..Oworo, N. Y.
i Clalo & f'or.roo Ct8., Chicago,
Vlll tf)A ftftM sMr thab"
for I'M. .! ' KiisjmvlnBS,
1-f la'truincrls iuiu, inr, neii
l..n.,.,nt KiaiiUI. eiiiUuil
tit.n i. rv,. m hUinr1, Kul and
I lllfc Sot..lr maa UIIUiM, iwpawiin
i!Mim's alfi inrlaoii liuuuciloD ana ci
tfrlm rnr A'lHtWI' naiii, asaft
The Daily Bulletin.
OKFICE: NO. 7 OHIO LEVEK.
OFFICIAL, PiVKHue ALEXANDER COUNTY.
.NTKHKI AT TIIB CAIRO 1WTOKKICE FOR
TKANHMIBKION TI1ROUOH TUB MAILS AT
SECOND CLASS HATER.
Nothing doin! in police circles. The
officers appear to be having a very quiet
time and n ilwithotanding the sin-provoking
state of tho weather thti bid boys have
C'jisetl lining n fir a few days. The pro
cession of trtmpflSDUth b mnd U very thin,
the weather having not yet becomi- cold
eaousjh 1 1 st irt the m dn body. The wiise
precaiiiion f Miyor Halliday in instruct
inij the officers to keep the processieu
moving; hds served to keep Cairo practically
clear ot this unpleasant, not to Bay danger
The people of WicklilTo have unlimited
confidence in the future of their town. An
editorial in the last issue of tho Plain
Dealer leeites the back sets from one cause
or another including tho opposition met
with in the county in f ivor ot Blandviile as
tho county-seat and in conclusion says:
The only actual and imminent danger that
threatened Wickliffe is now overcome, and
that was the safety of our neighbor Ciiro.
If Cairo had been lost in the floods, our
place and vicinity would have ceased to be
a railroad center and in that event our
doom would have been sealed. But the
livemeoof Cairo have done a noble w irk
and the embankments thit secures safety
to them s cures prosperity to us."
The following are the recent transfers
of real in this county:
Daniel Lockerman et ux to S. W. Spies,
s. w. d., October 15, 1883; No nw 31 1G 1.
Henry Mosley et ux to Charles Wheeler.
w.d., August 20, 1893 ; Lot 5 block 20
J. A. M. Giobs et ux to J. G. Rolwinj;, q.
c. d., June 25, 1833; Lots 2 and 3 block 3
Lizzie and Mary Russell to John Parker,
q. c.d., October 0,1883; E l -2sw 13 16 2.
M. W. Mathews et ux to W. A. Keefe, s.
w. d., October 11, 1883; Lots 30 and 31,
block 20 first add to Cairo.
S. W. spies to Taniel Lockerman. g. w.
d., October 15, 18S3; 300. W hf nw 17
Patiick Collins et ux to E. A. and J. R.
Smith w. d., October 24, 1883; $400. Lot
3 block 40 Cairo.
Elizabeth Greenwell and husband toJno.
Hodges w. d., October 18, 1883, $75. Int.
in nw se 1 16 2.
Win. G. Gilbert et ux to Auna E. Sif.
ford, q. c.d., October 18, 1883; Lits 1, 2,3
4 and 40 block 42 Cairo.
John Hodges etux to Elizabeth Green
well w. d., October 10, 1S03; Lot 1 block 6
It always does its duty, 6ays Hon. Win.
i. jouy, tBunaio mi), ot St. Jacobs Oil
It cures pain.
I he JSovetnbor Number, concluding
me Bixiy-seventu voiume ot Uarper s Mag
azine, is very rich in illustrations, and its
articles are timely and entertaining.
The frontispiece, illustrating Austin
Dobsou's poem, "At Last," is from a draw
ing by E. A. Abbey.
Herbert Tuttle contributes an article.
entitled "A Vacation in Vermont," beauti
fully illustrated with views of Green Moun
"Some Glimpses of Artistic London" are
given in an article by Joseph Hatton. illus
trated by fine portraits of Leighton, Millais,
liougnton, Alma-ladema, Pettie, and Her
komer, and views of their studios.
Montgomery Schuyler contributes a
inueiy anu capital paper on the new
Metropolitan Opera-Ilouse, profusely illus
trated. Henry P. Johnston contributes an article
apropos of the Centennial Anniversary of
the Evacuation of New York by the British,
with illustrations by Howard Pyle.
An interesting biographical sketch of Sir
Moses Montefiore, the Jewish philanthrop
ist, now entering on his one hundredth
year, is contributed by Mrs. Z. B. Gustaf
aon, with a portrait and other illustrations.
"A Castle in Spain" is concluded.
Tho Editorial departments are full of en
tertaining and useful matter; and the pub
lishers' special anno wcement ot the forth
coming Christmas Number the regular is
sue for December and of the leading at
tractions ot the Magazine for 1884, indi
cato their purpose Rot only to maintain tho
niirn position already trained for this peri
odical, but also to still further advance its
standard of literary, artistic, and median
A thousand articles might be devoted
to defiuinsr what is aud what is not
Parisian and yet no progress be mailo
on this peculiar subject. There is but
one way to know about Paris and that
is to lounge through its streets, cafes,
theaters, clubs and restaurants. It is
Taris that votes death by dynatnito to
all aristocrats tmd it is Paris which
goes wild over ballet dancers. Jt is
Paris which, at iui-careiuii, throngs tho
boulevard to assist at tho ridiculous
processions of Hatignelles washerwo
men, and tho next day goes en masse
to carry flowers to Victor Hugo in hon
or of tho anniversary of his birth. Vol
taire's apostrophe "Ah, Parisians!
Parisians! you never dance better than
whoa you nre dancing around tho
corpses of your brothers!" is as true to
day as when he tittered it. A Parisian
is geuerous aud cruel, amusing and dis
gusting, polite and brutal, a bon vivant
and a beggar, honest and dishonest
in brief, luuoh that is good and much
that is bad, nnd it is hard to say wheth
er his virtues or his vices are the most
humorous. Cor. San Francisco Chron-id.
CAIRO BULLKT1N: SUNDAV MORNING, OCTOBER 28, 1S83.
A Young Indian Snaki Chirmer.
In n rather dark basement room in
Atlanta, Uuw Poolo, a half Indian boy
11 years old, has the most blood-curdling
show of tho season. The room is
devoid of f limit nre, but over on ono
side is a small box with a liomoiiiado
cover of glass. Tho glass is held in
place by little tacks, and toe box cou
tains three monster r.i.ileMiakes, with
great scaly bodies and flat, deadly
looking heads. l)ov si's behind this
box, plays with u string twine, or fum
bles with tho buttons on his coat, or by
some other act shows t!.:tt lie is nerv
ous under tho gazo of the spectators.
Every fe minutes How opeus tlio box,
reaches his hand iu and lifts out a rat
tier. The tongue of the snake flashes
backward and forward like lightning,
but he makes no elfirt to bite the boy
as he is coiled like a necktie about the
boy's neck. He lays perfectly quiet in
the place where ho is put, or tucks his
head cosily under the boy's chin or
down his shirt collar. The oilier snakes
arc then taken out, one in each hand,
and piayed with as though they were
kittens. They are then piled together
on the floor, and by slapping them on
their heads they are made to sound
their rattles in a blood-curdling man
ner. If they start to crawl oil" Dow
strikes them on their noses ami makes
them be quiet. Dow is a poor boy, an
orphan from Dade county, and is a nat
ural snake-charmer. He will handle
any snake except a cotton-mouth. A
wealthy young man who lives in Dade
county fiad the three rattlesnakes
caught and put in a box and sent for
the boy, who announced that ho was
not afraid of them. Tho gentleman
then kicked the box over and ran. Do.v
quietly proceeded to gather no tlie snakes
and restore them to the box. Atlanta
(O'a. ) Constitution.
Thesmall boy has many sports known
only to himself. You may know that he
is perfectly happy and mentally at rest
when he steals a boat whose oars are
locked up, and pad lies around with a
picket that liiis his hands wim splinters.
But even then he is, perhaps, tun so
happy as when siting in a cuiil Autumn
wind, blowing on his lingers to k(.ei,
them warm, and perched oa the point
of a stone, watching a sweet potato
slowly roasting on a lire made of old
MUTUAL AID sot'iKI .
SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE IXSUE
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized Jolv 14th, 1877, lutlcr the Laws o
thH State of Illinois. CoprrigbtedJuh
9, 1877, Under Act. ol'('uisrress.
JAS. S. McdAFIE Y I'renltlrm
J. H. KOBISSON in Vice rrefodeTit
, I. II I t 1 T . .
ti. i niuLirc' jiiq ice-i'reaitifot
u. A. e'lLusu.Mt Treasury!
v . 11. MAKbAK I ,. , , ,
J. S l'ETKIE f Medical AdviM-:
THOMAS LEWIS Secretary
ED. II. WHITE AiB'.stant Secrctnii
K X EC UT I VK CO M M ITT K K .
Wm. F.PITCHF.i:, L.S.THOMAS,
W.C.JOCELYN, F. VINCENT,
WILL T. KEDBL'KN.
J. A. (to'.detinc. of Goldstine & Korvnwatr, w hoi o
ale ami retml drv trooct.etc; Jai. S. Met ahoy
lumber dealer; Vm. F. Pitcher, jreneral aeni;
Albert Lewis, dealer in llonr and nr1": L. S.
inomas. nncKiayor; noses runup, con raclor
fud builder; H. A. Chumbley, grocer: Thou.
Lewis, secretary and attomev-at-law; A". II.
.varesu, llraiEpatmc physician; 11. ba der, of
sacaer son. eroccrs; k, u. Bairu. streei super
visor; Kd II. White, ass't sec. V. A O. M. A. So-
ctety; J. W . spier, lumber ami s.iw-nnll; K. L.
Gernicon, barber; F.. B Dietrich, clerk W., St. t,
& P. K. It.; M. Kobler. merchant tailor: Jetr M.
Clark, dealer in wall-paper and window shades; .1.
E. English, contractor and builder; WillT. Ked
burn. of Morse & Redburn, citjar manufacturers;
F. Vincent, dealer in lime and cement; L A.
Phelps, photographer; W.C. Jocelyn, dentist; S
H.Taber, mfg. Jeweler; J. H. Robinson, j I". i
notary public; J. S. Petrle, phvsiciau; 11. W.
Uostwtck, insurance agent: E. E. Jarboc. foreman
St. Gas mains, and E E. Wal bridge, lumber una
saw-mill, of Cairo; II. Lelghton, cashier Nat,
Uanlc. Stuart, Iowa; Rov. F. A. Wllkerson, I'ryui.
nru, Ky. ; J.W. Tarry, phvidcian. Fulton. Kv.
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Positive relief and immuni
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ishes may be found in Hacan's
Magnolia Balm. A delicate
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by druggists everywhere.
It imparts the most bril
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the closest scrutiny cannot
detect its use. All unsightly
Ring Marks under the eyes,
SalloM ness. Hedness, Rough
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It is tho one Incomparable
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Magnetic Elur lo Truss, ilrudest lovntioa of tlm
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and 0 cmlr onethat will proiwrly retain and rsill
eallr enr Harnin. Om 600 Radical Ourearlfoctml.
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tyin smiling fur circular with prices, pteaise naiuo
AND LACX. VITAL ENERGY?
V.IOIU HOn .HH )lf 10 AI'I'll'
anct-shu-il (iii-ninntt. nr 4
-iirprur )r rvou!tIHh.
j.vViar ir v. lj, Hl!ii, 1th
i 1 1 ilep-t.Kxhmiu
m&PI of Viu'En-my.
. 1 ed Hr.Jn, We,.k I
. ' 3 I.ler. and
K1" e.eiiplninta. and
l;n- k. Kid-
very latttt im-
from belts uuJ nil
4 others aa thy
j pnuitivp'y Kn-
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JilCU.lt, taUhlDK no
i,or-H9, mr Irrittv
i'tton otfno ekin
4 chq be worn at
I work ft wll an
J rt- -nly notice
i nhlo to wtHr?r.
J J'nwer r(fuhitd
1 fnt Btnuea of nil
I (liwaM-A wtmrf
j Klfctric and M riff
In ofiH?aelit. Tn .rtfar MEN ONLY Ht once rencb
the n;it oi d;..fn us tiiy i't dirttt upon Nenroiiii,
Mu"ulfr.HD;i (4tmr;iti 't.tr mtlHy restoring
the vitality which i- jMrclnruy drvm. d from the
tem hjr xt'i" or tnd.MTivliuDrt, t li y thus in a natum'
way ovTVinie ttie Wfknr without dtni;u(nK the itora
ach. Thy will cure every chw si.ort of Rtructurnl de
gunerHtii'D. and w ktm prfisart to furntr-h the moat
eim-hnne iiml (i'olute proot to em-rtrt our ciHlmi,
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we.iini:tcure wWi Wef .-..-'. Liver I ill, nhen the ilir.r.
Ii.iniare strictly c. n;,l inl -r. nil. 7: y nr fiimly v(ll., tui
MlerMI tn riv utMtili,.),. p 'i ,.He. I.irta l.f,r.'u
timing ;-'i .,:is:'5 n-M. v i ,. ,;i arurpi.t.. H .e ,,t
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MENr, a RitarantHtvl prwcitirt fur lljsli-riit, lir;i.
iiess, Cotiviil.-titms, Fiti. NVrvmiH Ni'iinil.tia,
HoHrtnplio, NorvoiiH Prostrntiim omspil Lv tlif iiho
of akitilitil or tobacco, Wakt-fulnose, Wi'ittul Uo
pmmioii, Bdftoning ot tho llrnin n-stiltiiiK in in
sanity nnd londinK to minory, docy aud I't'iitli.
l'retnnttint C)ld Ako, Uitrri'iiinws, J.(s of power
in eithor box. Involuntary Ijosxm ami bpermitt
orrlid'H i;,nis'(l lytiverjxiirtinii of tliobntin. aolf
ahuso or over-inrlitlKmicu. Each b"X ctintnina
ono month's trentmi'tit. jl.rtia box, or mi boxes
fnriUJ,Hnt by until prepaid, on rcct'ipt of prico.
Wl5 Cil AHAXTI'.K IX UOXICM
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for nix bixfl. Hcooi:ipaniel with M', wo will
pnd the purchaser our written (nntnutU-o to m.
fund the money if the tToatnieul dueiinottLecf
a cure. Gun ran teea issued only by
HAUliY W. SOHUII
Diuggiat, Cor. CoaaMrclal are. bjih a Calre
ml s g r
Si yf w
Healih is Wealth 1
ai,t.i I " B AALl
fkw drops applied to the surfaco will Penetrate to th very Bon,
itnd almost Inatantly RILIIVI PAIN! It -rill n Tan Zm.!'
hot dUoolor the flkln, or lea?e disagreeable effpcU of any kmd. It
IhasKOEQCA t ftirthft dure of Tlhenmatlm. SiTtZ ,w
Stur ,i"lnt' iVeureiala, Lame Back, Cramps, Tooth-Acho.
Sore Throat. Paina In thn Llmhat or in anv fmrt nf tlia Kv.i.
iia is eiiutuiy etncacious ior ail pains
iciuiini-, a i'uhuiui ummitu Dttuiuiiuti. DeofliPiTfii a AMilitnao
Ask your Druggist for It. Frico CO
ITeparcd only by JACOB 8. MERRELL,
Wtoleiale Dniirglgt, 8T. LOUIS, MO
Otiod l'ay for
AiteDts. fioi to 11 ii!.er m.-tth
nittdu SHliint! our
Hue Buoks and Illbleur Write to
J. C. Mc'.'L RUY & CO., Chicago,
rATiTN 'ih-itlM, (4 disln-). 8(,mcthltiK
yxxAiio K0()(i, jiuded on receipt of cents
iu stamps. 11EAKXK A CO , P.O. Vox 1 87, N.Y.
Ely's Cream Balm,
L'XtQL'ALLED forCOLD In the HEAD,
t roam Balm has gained an enviable reputation
wboreviT known ; displacing all oi her preparations,
hend for circular containing full Inform tlun and
reliable testlmonlala. Hy mail, prepaid, 50 cents a
packngj stamps receitred. Hold by ell wholesale
and retail druiti;l.ti. ELY'S c'ttKAM BALM CO.,
Owego, New Y.rk.
IVriNIC WITUOUT A TEACHEH! Soper'i!
111 Instantaneous Guide to Keys of f iann
and Oman. Price $1. W ill teach any person
topuv it) pieces of music In one day. You could
not lear.i it Iroin a teacher in a month for 41. Try
it anil b't convinced, hamplecopy wih be mailed
to any address on receipt of cents In stamps hy
UK AK.NK ACO-.Tuhlishers, 1'. O. Box Hsr.N. Y.
.Ve'.DHil VOLl'MESthe choicest literatnro of the
world. 100 pa'e rata'ogue frtte. Lowest priros
ever known. NOT sold by dcacrs. Sent for ex
Hiiiinaion before payment on evidence of goad
faith. JuIlN B. ALDDN, t'nhllshcr, 18 Ve-ey
SI., N. Y. P. O. Box lg.'7.
MADE on PURPOSE
OnenfTho.se Mistakes (?) Which are
More Frequent than Profitable.
"Why. my child, this Is not BENSON'S CAP
CINK I'OHOL'S PLASTEK," said a father to his
little duughser, after examinlnsa package she hud
ins' bri'iigltt trout the drtii; store.
"Ia't tt, Pa? I'm sorry, but I asked the man for
lluuHon's I know I did, and he took the 25 centa
you gavo me to pay for It with," exclaimed the
child positively. "Maybe the drng man made a
"I'll go 'round myself and seo," was the gentle
man's ci.mment.hs he donned bis coat and hat.
"Why didn't you send me Benson's piaster, In
stt'srt of this cheap aud trashy thinw ?"
'Why, I tbot.Kbt th it would suit you Just as
"Vou thought! you thonght! What business
have yon tothlnkf 1 don't pay you for thinking,
but for tilling my order," said the indignant caller,
contemptuously. ''Thertl take that thing back
end give me my money, I'll get what I want
617 St. Chflrtos Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A regular Ornrluat of twa medical
Colli-Ki , lias wvn lonnpr engaged In the trual
nietit of ( brouin, Nervoim, (r-Utn ami
liloo.l UlM cttiea thsn any other tilivslclitn In
8t. Louis, as cltv fitn thw himI a(loldre.
il-iils krow. Coimiltst'oa ,.t olllce or hy mall,
free anil inlted. A frlendlv talk nr It Is opinion
rosts nothing. When It is Inconvenient to visit
the cltv .or treatment, inedlelnt-s run be sent
l.y nml! or expros t verv here. Cnraiile cii-e
cu.iraiiueil; where doiiht txlstx it 1 frankly
staled. Call or Write.
Kerrous Proatratioa, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Morcurial and othpr
atTectiona of Throat, Skin and bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affec
tions, Old Sores and Ploers, Impediments to
Marring';, Rheumatism, Pile; Special
attention to cases from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences. Excesses
Indulgent or Exposures.
III . . i I '-t that a physician paying
;nrtlcuiar ain ulion to a i'U" iil'oiw'i aitalna
great skill, anil phvsicians In regular practice
all over the country knowing this, frequently
recommend cases lo the oldest office In America,
where every known appliance Is resorted to,
and the proved jgootl ritiedifa of all
aires and countries in used. A whole hoitss !'
used lor olliee purpose, and .ill are treated w ith
skill In a respectful niiiniier; and, knowing
what to do. no expert mint are made, (in ac
count of the great liilinlur applying, thn
charifis are kept low, often lower than Is
ili'iiiitinliil liv others If you secure the ski1!
anil g' t a speedy and perfect lito cure, that la
lite Inipoilaiit. mutter, l'jinphlet. Jr) pages,
sent lo any address free.
Klegant cloth and gilt binding. Seated for M
cents In postage or currency. Over tifty won-,
'erful pen pictures, true to life articles on Hi')
oillonlng siilierts. Who may nnirry. who not;
wliv r I roper age to ni.irrv. 'Who marry first.
4:iihooi, Womanhood, i'livleal decay. 'h
diouM marry. How It'e ami happiness may lie
incrcisi d. Tho,e married or contwiuiilallng
Iiianvlnu should read 11. 1 1 might to lie rend
ov all adult persons, then kept under lock and
kev. Popular edition, miiim as alMive. but paper
rover and 2'Jpui" j enU b mail. Iu mouuf
How Many Miles Do You Drive?
This instrument Is no larger than a watch. It
tela the exact number of miles driven to the
1-1'Mtri part of a mile; counts up to I.im) miles;
wilier and Unst tlht; always iu order; saves
horses Irom being nver-drivuu; is etsllv attached
to the wheel of a Buggy, Carriage, bulky, W agon,
Koad Cart, hulky Plow, licaper, Mower, or other
vehicle. Invaluable to Liverymen, Pleasure
Drivers, Hhyslctnns, Farmers, Surveyors, Dray
men, Fvres.smen, Mngo Owners, 4c, Price only
$S oiencii, one-third Ihe price of any other Oilooi.
e nr. When ordering g'Vti dlametf rof the wheel.
Sent hy mail on receipt of price, post paid.
Address SlotlONNKLL ODoMErKK CO.,
2 North La HaKn St., Chicago.
HT-Send for Circular. 83-3m.
rpilK CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Bankini? Business
THUS. XV. lIAIiL.lO.YY
iNTERPRiSE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
THOS. W. IIAXLIDAV,
A puwurlul tirt-uitrutluu emu-
nosed mostly of Essential Oils
The most penetratlnk Liniment
known. Bo concentrated that a
in tun Stomach and Bowels
cU per bottle
TriT.MAJf HHiBK t CO.
Nos. 304 snd West Baltimore Btrect, Unltlmora,
No. Vi f'lfih Avenue, New York.
residents of any
htate. Desertinri. Nn:i.iiniin.i
applications for stamp
II. LBE. Ait'y, m
oroaaway, r. x
rjiO A DVRRTISEKS. Lowest rates for advertla
A login 070 gsiod newspapers sent free. Address
(K0. P. KOWKLL & Co.. 1 0 Snmce St., N. Y.
I have known and watched the nsc of Swift's
Specific for ovor fifty yts's, and have never kcown
or beaid of a failure to cure I lood Poison when
preperly taken I used it on mv servants from
18T) to iriris, as did also a number of my neighbors,
and in every case that came within my knowledge
tt ffected a cure. In all mv life I have never known
a remedy that would so fully accomplish what it is
recommended to do.
II. L. DENNABD,!erry,(la.
I have known aud used Sw t'e Specific for more
thun twenty years, snd have soon more wonderful
results from its use than fiom any remedy in or
out of the I'harmacopoua, It Is a crtain and safe
antidote to all sorts of Blood Polsoe
J. DICKSON SMITH, M. D.
The Great Dmar House of Chicago.
we do not hesitate to say
ay that for a year past
ifl's Specific (S. 8. 8.1
we rnve sold more of Swif
than all other Blood Purifiers comb ned, aud with
most astonishing results. One gentlen an who
usi d half a dozen bottles says that it has done him
more good than treatment which cost him 81. KIO.
Another who has used it for a Scrofulous affliction
lepotts a permanent cure from its nse.
VAN SHAACh, STEVENSON Jt CO.
81,000 HE WARD!
Will be paid to any Chemist who will find, on an
alysis of UX) bottles S. 8. 8., ore particle of Mer
curv, loil 'tie Potassium, or any mineral substance.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
Drawer s, Atlanta, Oa.
ma led free.
for the little, hook, which will bo
Price: Small size, $1.01) per bottle,
(holding double quantity), JI.75 bottle,
gists sell it.
7 30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK.
cCAfo rxrVANff kIUAk i
tf""Q ""V W-nnfo
III. MASS. GA.
TOR SALE BY
II. tkaoala & Co., Cairo, lr.ii
PROPRIETOR OF 8PROAT'8 PATENT
l K 15 Y THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR BHirpINQ
Car Loads a Special tv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
OA I WO. ILLINOIS.
PENNSYLVANIA MILITARY ACAD'MY
( HESTER, tit jrr opens Heptembor 13th.
Bnildlni new. Suoorlor aiinolntmonts civil Rn.
glneerlng. Chemical, t'ollejlst. BDftllsh Coarse.
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