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From tlieso sources arise Uiree-foartba of
tho d)rtH!)e of tbe human moo. These
symptom lnilieatu llielr existence : loss of
Appsttte, Jlowtls costive, Melt Head
ache, fullnesa after eating, aversion to
nertlon of body or mind, Eructation
of food, Irritability of temper, Low
spirit, A frfling of having neglected
some duty, Illess, Fluttering at the
Heart, Pots before the t.vn, highly col
ored t rine, t'OXSTll'.tTIOM, and de
mand the use of a remedy that act direct ly
on tho Liter. Asa Liver nicd iclno TT TT'S
I1 1.I.M have no erjunl. Their action on tho
Kidneys mid skin isulsn prompt; removing
all impurities through these tnreo scav
engers of the system,' producing appe
tite, sound dictation, regular stools, a clear
akin aud a vigorous body. TTTT'S PILLS
cause no nausea or iiriping nor Interfere
with dnilv work nnd nrc a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
nE FEELS LIKE A NEW MAN.
'I have bad Ivspepsin, with Constipa
tion, two rears, and have tried ten different
kinds of pills, and Tt'TT'S are the first
that have done me any good. They have
cleaned me out nicely. My appetite Is
splendid, digests readily, and I now
liave natural passmces. 1 feel like a new
num." V. b. HOWARDS, Palmyra, 0.
Mdevervwh.ere.35c. OHire,44 Murray SI..K.Y
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
(iRAT llAin Oil Whiskers changed In
stantly to a Glosst Black by a single np.
plication of tliirf Ovk. Sold tv Druggists.
tr sent by express on receipt of 11.
Office, 4i Murray Street. New Vorlr
TUTT'S MANSAL Of USirU BCCEIPT8 mt.
k Va !nab:el scovcry f or eupi.tyinc Maenetism to
the Human Sve cm. F.Uctrlcitv and MaceetUm
n iiizi' l as never before for Healing the Sirk.
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Mairnetic Kidney Belt!
Full MKN IS
WARRANTED TO CURE Mo"1
it Kep. son the f.hlowiuj disease withon med
icine Pais" is the back. hips. hd on i.imbs,
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illlXl VTIsM, .'iRALY-ts, NU'llAUilA, SCIATIA.
IliaLA'KS or THE Kit, SKY -.MIS At. IMStASIfl, ToM'l"
liver (iotit. Setnital hmis-ions, Impotency,
A-muia. Ha t Hi-rise, Iy-pepsia, Coustipatlon,
Ervsipe ", liiduestiou. 11. rma or Kupture, Cat
arrh Vi ce, r pil-p-v. 1 nmb Acne, etc.
When "aii dehhi'v nf the UESKHATIVS OK
(iNS. rxcir. Lust Vila'itv, Lacs of Nerve F-rce
anYvie-r, rtastmis e.ksi.-ss.aod ali those Pis
ease of a re-s.n.il na are. troni whatever cause,
tnecoii'in iu st-vs-u of m urnetism permeitni;
through li.e r. must r. -store thcin to a healtby
action". There is no mistake about this App.i-
TO THE LADIES:
Wcakn-s of the spine Falling of the Aomh,
Lacrr';. Chronic lt.Hiram:ioti or L'lcer ition
of the Woroh. Iccl-ienta, ll-.-.u rrhnee or Flo-ding,
Pali fa', suppressed and Irn-cuiar .Menstruat'on,
Bsrr'entie". ar.d Chauee of Life, this is the Best
A"P inr.c- and Curat ve A cent kuown.
For a 1 forms of l-'emi;-- Pi '.lenities it Is tinsnr
p.ed liv aii.ttiinj tiofire invented, b th as a
enra-ive ag nt and as a -our e of power at.d vital
lxaiiou. Price of either B-l' ih Mune'.ic Insoles, 10,
setit b eipre-s i' O. 11. an-l eTi-nintion allow-
d or tiv mail on receipt of price. In ordering
sen'i mcj".re ol waist and sizo of shoe Remit
tance can mvie in currency, n-Lt in letter at
The 520 ".! Oarment' are alapted t i all apes,
are worn vr tha nniercloibm (i-t i.i-xi to the
body lik -the cu'.v U:vid : a,i4 E.ectric Hum
bn ' adv r;;s d st cstenalve'.v). and should he
talt n nT at n ght. The- hold ISelr POWKK
FJi'.KVEIi. aLd are worn at all rea-ont of the
ySend s-amp for th New Departnre in Medical
Trea'ineM Wiiho t Me-Ur.nc." wuh thousand ol
test'm -.nil's -
TiiH m i;ni:t.)N ai pman -r co ,
Ji''ate Street. ChicaltO. 111. '
j,-,,T1! Send one dol ar in ti''? stinps or
enrfjey nn letter a o'ir rlkt wlti ! ol shoe
usuai v Vorti, au'i try a pair of our Magnetic In-s.iK-4.
an i he ronvvced ' the power r.sliinff in
oar other M-nettr .p;'.i .(. Positively no
told t.-et wb"ii they ro worn or xoner refunded.
The only V:n!rii sp- citc f.r Epileptic Fits.
AiM for .'jsnit st.d I'sllniir Siekneb. NerTou
Wiknf-A- it insisntly r-lk-vcs and cur-w. tlcaase
h'ood and alrkena f'.u-y'.r.h rlicolatlon. Keutra
liiej penns of dicai and saves tlckiieM. Curci
A SKEPTIC SftID
11 1 " i
ti?'y V.owles and stubborn t.fA sorn. K'.lmlnatel
toil, -f-oarU- at.d Seal.'.',. tVI'ennanentlr and
j nin.pt y c.re paralyl. Vei, It U a charminjt and
tieiUMvil A;ri. at. Ki!l rofuli and Klnga Evil,
twin brother. CUai.ge bad breath to good, remov-
It.? tbs ranas. IVn'i blltoos tendencies and makea
clear complexion, t'luallcd by none In the delirium
tf fever. A charming resolvent and a mateUen
laxative. Jt drive Sick neadacbe like the wind.
tFCoDta!na no drastic ca'hartic oroplatea. liclleves
the brain of morbid faciei. Promptly curei Iiheu
matlsm by ront!n(t It. Ilcatores llfe-gtvlng prop r
ties to the blood. Is fruaranteed to cure all Bervoua
dlwrden. I iriieliaMe when all (.platei fall. lie.
freshes the rnltd and lnvtjroratoa the body. Curei
dys;K;p:a or money refunded.
Dlwawsof t!i" blo'.'l ownltaeon'i'ieror. Kndoraed
In wriUi.t' by oer fifty thousand VallrK citizens,
clcrmuieuai.d phyiuUiis la C. h.aiul Kuro.
, IH or salt by ail leading drupghiU. liO. (13)
Forleatlrnonlalsund circulars send atamp.
The Dr.S.A. Richmond Med Co.St. Joseph.Mo.
A 15ew and complete Hotel, fronting on Lcvm
hecoud uud liutiroad Streets,
Tbe Vassenuer Pi pot or the CMcaco, St. Lools
at'd ,4cw Orleans: Illinois Central; Wa'.ach. Hi.
Louis and Paclllc; Iron Mountain and Southern,
Mobile and Ohio; Cairo and Si. Louis Unnw.e.
are all Just across the street; while the hfainboat
LauaiiK " eui ono s'juaru antani.
This lloU'l is neaien tiy m-nm, )Ks pti-am
J.anndry. iiyarauiic tiievaior, tiectrlc t.'ull lii-hs.
Adioniatic Fire-Alarms. Bulbs, absolutely pure air.
pcrtectsf weraife and complete appointments.
Haperb furnishlnKs; perfect irvlui; and an no
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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 31, 18S3.
The Daily Bulletin.
(Jrt'on turlli'.s nn- M-llinr at 10 trnts
ju t jtomul tit St. Aiioiitini', l'l;i.
Tlicn aro. ii is outi'initoil, nearly fit Hi
tuilliotuiin's in Hei'lin.
Ikhfili' M:mil iitbl Pi'liiwnre to.tln-r
n iv smallrr ilu'ti tin. Yrll'wslm' Pat k.
A ovntli'iuiin just ivtnnn'il fntm Lm
.loit -:i t!i:it Miiii-dtT Lowt'll is known
; iibnif Anii'rioaiis thfiv as "Yorkshiiv
In tlie ytir l-s72 the conMiniitN'ii "f
ciiK'r iii the I'niti'd States was ;,
iiito.tdH) imttml-i. anil since tli.it tiine it
ha tonili!y increastMi. Ltit ji'ar it
A party of Xlinnomda ymin;' wonn'tt
liave iine to the Argentine l5-n 1 1 i- to
teai'li m'IumiI, ami tliry writo Imck that
their tirt illliresiiitis ;ir e;lilllt.
Tin- Argentines titv yet ti ;p liennl
If it is trite that sparrows ami swal
lows forsake a ili-irict when rholera is
alioni to make its advent, the faet
should In jrein rnUy known and thor
oughly estahlihed on all i-reilit.i'de
There arc eighty-three Cathnlie pre
lates in the I'otintry, livided a- fnHovs:
One Cardinal Arehbisliop, thirteen
Archbishops and one ArehUshop in
pari, sixty liishups and one Yiear Aos
lolie ami seven inhered Abbots.
A stat'ie to the inventor of the man
nf.iet lire oj soda i-about to be erected
at IssiMidun, his native place. V!:"tt.
tliis ereat chciui-t was alive the world
refused hint a breakfast: now that he is
dead, why, a monument, of course.
The wheal farm of Dr. (Jlen. the larg
est cultivated farm in the I'niied Slates,
is to be broken up and sold. l.".0"i acres
having already been advertised, while
the remaining' J.'i.im) acres will be short
ly placed on the market.
Ono of the hammers in a Pittsburp;
mill strikes ninety-ton blows. On this
account it is known nmoiur the work
men as the "step-mother.' They are
putt in;; up a sjeatn whistle near it that
will be heard eiht miles and be called
It scarcely pays to whitewash fruit
trees; a better method is to every other
year at least scrape the trees and then
wash with soft soap and water. This
will dislodge insects, open the pores of
the trees, and give tlieiu a natural,
Austin, Tex., is now burning what is
called "native coal," brought from the
Mexican border, near Laredo, and
which is sold for !8..r)U per ton. Oue
ton of coal equals two cords of wood,
for which the Aiistinites have to pay
from 10to 18 per ton.
The Yorecster, Mass., town records
show that, in 1771', a li-year-old hoy had
his ear bilteii o(V by a horse, and the
Selectmen drew up a certificate show
ing the manuer of his injury and record
ed it on the town books, so that the
loss should not be prejudicial to the
boy when he grew up.
The ascent of Mont Hlanc was ac
complished tho other day by a young
Irish lady of tiftccn.. Earlier in the
summer a Norwegian damsel named
(iueiinor-sen performed the same feat,
but she w as a year older than the maid
of Ki'in. who can now boast that she is
the otingest of her sex who has ever
readied the highest among European
Ancient records disprove the popular
belief that green lias always been the
national color of Ireland. Not to nieii
t: hi oiher testimony, a drawing in tin
1 itisll Museum w iiieh was made in the
line' of Eii.aio'th, or at h-at registered
the col'ii's as they existed in In r reign.
-how s the lrih Hag as a harp wild
striiie- ardent on an a.ure ground.
A r.-inarkabl'' old nia.u died at Lud
low ille. Toi i;. kins county. N. V., tv-ei-ntly.
His name was ( 'iii'si, r ('(olds,
and his age iiiueiv -!'i;:ht eai-. When
he died he had a I'u i I s"i ot rt-it ural
lee!h. He boated that he
; .-'!( -1 a denii-i. n-.r had h'
thick li.ion his
iva lioru in
l i:I i::o-t of hi-life v. ;: -ant
in N w York "it v ,
t ravel, d eon-idrrahiv
li he ha I
A u.im loan from
uirl in N'orlh "aro'iiii
d I. b-avc 1 1 . i- while
atal lie n propos
ie workeil his wa v
lii Tt-xas iioini' in die hope ot
i!'llio '...lie );i'.'ie lo send for
!, h, i
'nn on fooi.
Thev il e
ir loi no of one
as tramps, hut tl-eir
gained for l in in cou
nt, v: the way. and lor
i s they rode ti'iuillpli
ve )i'o ideil by an eli-
'..f l!n ir pluck,
of Indianapolis, has
l.lo en M-.ii's' eoa-i'int
,'.. ' -:pp- ..fl !
siii' i'a.'de help
tee hist lil'ly Hi
antiy in a carri
1). M Ta.io
etl'ort, in piodueiu a bloom on the
Uainie-ril cr Au.-iralia rlorv iea. a
great curiosity in the horticultural
kingdom. The (lower is of striking
In auty, the p'aals forming an oi.'Ii.ie of
tin: human face surmounted by a heni
let. The leaves of the plant fold up at
night like those of the sen-'live pianl.
Il grows in dry sand, tin' least nioislare
applied to either leaves or root being
A curious fact about w ;iter is that it
is the nist of the metal known as hulro
getiium. Yhen oxygen cumbines with
iron it forms a reddish rust, and the
metal becomes in time disinlcgrated.
In tli i r condition it is .said to be oxidiz
ed. Now, water is simply oxidized hv
di'ogeniuni. This nn tal is present in
the sun and all the planets in enormous
quantities. Iudeeil, il is said that (ho
human body is t (imposed of live an 1 a
half puils of water, mingled w ith some
lime, iron aud certain salts. 'hemistry
has revealed to us main marvels, hut
linim greater than the' composition of
The name of a great man as the au
thor of a hook is no guaranty that he
wrote it after all. Il now appears that
Jell" Davis' "Rise and Full of the foil
federate Mutes" was his only in dm
auiliori.ation nnd not in (he 'construc
tion, ns the Applcioii ein loved a .Judge
Tenney, of Newark, lately deceased, in
go south ami put, .JcIV'h 'material into
bhaiio, uud this, utter three eiirs of
useless labor had been put upon it by
an amanu-'nthis employed by the rebel
ex-president. lie had prepared r nly
.'100 pages in that time, hut Judge T-- i
uy toolc hold of it ami in six months tie
"Rise anil Fall of tho Coufcdenn
States" was done.
Mr. .1. YV. Donaldson has linished his
statue of Pero Manniette, for which I
received a commission n year ago f:-"n
Mr. Hela Hubbard, of Detroit. It-M
largely an ideal work, hut it follows
closely all attainable descriptions of the
great' missionary pioneer. It rope.
sents a man nearlv six feet tall, id t
thirty-tive years old, well-proportioned
and erect, with a massive head : t
broad shoulders. The face is iptcP---t
ii al and dignitied, with a high, f
forehead, large, kindly eyes, a Ktraighi,
prominent nose, thin nostrils, a huge
mouth, and a strong, heavy lower jaw
ami chin. The figure is clad in a long,
loose robe, with a girdle at the wai t.
Ihe right hand holds an open bible.
The Anicrieanization of London is
under way, if we are to believe tho Lon
don correspondents. (Jo into "the city"
and one hears no end of tales about
American securities. Tho English I as
hless man know s the railroad maps of
the American continent by heart. 1 k
into the w indow s of a book store and
the covers of American magazines and
American novels are plentiful. Drop
into the picture shows ami you will liml
American artists represented hv Whist
ler, id' llaltiiuore. and other celebritie-.
If you liml yourself at a reception an
American belle is reigning: if ou U'. b
the theatre an American actrc-s i- do
picting the joys and sorrows of the her
oine. One writer tells us that lie enter
ed an 'American notion store" and for
ten minutes dreamed that he dwelt in
Connecticut. An American rc-iaurant
is yet to be had. but oysters are scned
"in I he Aiyerh an st vh," and "ices as
in America- are piomisid on the
Mo?.Uito and Jersey Pantaloon.
Whcrewdso on the face of ihe earth
w ill be found the equal of li e Lake Su
perior mosquito? I reiiieiiibiT rather
an amusim; i Man i their hardihood
and voracity. I had come around ihe
lake to Duluth. in ci 'in ''Mo' with a ( an
adian barrister, who was impatient to
have the earliest day po -':! for trout
lishing. He had h:'d ly warning of
the exceptional char. :.?! for detnic
tivcticss of the lake tr piiioos, and,
like myself, thought l- ' id madeample
prov ision against il. Over Lis face he
wore a patent net. s a uivly fastened
around his neck: his a;; i,, were cover
ed with dog-skin ;;!oyo -, ntnlotlier a't
of his person apparent!-, eqitallv well
guarded. Hut there hap; ..e,l to lie one
weak spot in his armor. He was long,
and lean, and lank, and his liht-col-ored
Jersey pantaloons fitted him to a
charm, so that his legs were proof
against the ordinary attacks of ordi
nary mosquitoes. :is well as every other
part of him. Hy the time we had struck
our trout si ream, in the thick of the
woods, we struck a hornet's nest in the
h:ipe of myriads of mosquitoes, thai
descended on us in pitch clouds, assail
ing us at all points, although they found
only one vulnerable, and that was the
unfortunate, legs of my unfortunate
companion, which his handsome dress
was not thick enough to protect. On
these they seemed to concentrate all
their energy, not onlv tireventing him
from throw ing a single fly in the stream,
but keeping him on a lively hop, skip
and jump as well, both on account of
the pain he sutlered. and of his frantic
etlorts to ret rid of his tormentors, lu
his desperation ho clanjliered over the
rocks to take refuge in the stream: but
here a new misfortune overtook him.
For in some unaccountable way ho tore
one of the lei's of his Jerseys almost
entirely oil; and after he got into
the water it was so co'd his teeth be-
ran to e'lalter, and he hogged me to
suggest some method of relief from this
ilrt adiul dilemma, if I did nut want to
son him eal' it up alive. Tho best and
only tiling I could think of was to re
turn to the wagon anil get some pins I
had h ft there, with which to try and
mend his tattered garments. Hut it
seems this was never to be, as pretty
much tin' whole leg was carried aw:u.
and, strange to -ay, during my absence
lie had allowed it lo become discon
nected, and to actually go floating (low ti
the stream. Benumbed with cold, and
witli hundreds of winged torments
fastening on his neth'T extremities, I
h-il. or raiiier dragged, him back to the
wagon, and placing him in it, told him
to drive for his Ii;.-, as fast as lie could,
back to town. lb' did not need the in
structions, but putting whip to hore,
drove back in d"i;I.Ic quick, amidst sighs,
gi'o ,li- and a volley of curses, directed
lioiii again-t the mosquitoes and lite
wi'eti'lu-d siud'that served him so poor
a pfoteciion in tune of need. Am' rit un
A Ju licii.us N-;to.
Old I'tn lo Mos.; had never been to
the theater, but. havitcr stuck til) bills
for lia: theatrical troupe and having re
ceived a compllm-Dlary ticket to tho
otil lory he concluded to attend the per-
foi ni tiice, He went dressed tin in his
Sun. lay ar.ire. He had not been inside
of the theater more than half an hour
when ho cmerceil shaking his ead.
"! hi t yen li'iu tho pel lortnanci', old
man!1 asked tin: surnrise 1 door-kceuer.
"No, sah, I don't like deni porforui-auce-
no way ye kin fix it."
"Wi.y. w mil's the matti'i'?''
"Nu tli n iiiueh, 'eepiin' a 'oman on
do piatform gut to talkin' 'hr.ut family
'fairs wid do husband oh auudder
'oman, an' I didn't perpnsp n uiy.
My ole marst 'r in Virginny got shot
jiiUm to piece, for doin' ilat "berry fool
lshness. Dars allers trouble w jiar dat
sort of foolishness is gwiiin 0n, an' Ise
a jndishus nigger I is. I don't want tor
be shot in do log by mistake, or bo
brunged up :u a witness in do case
when it strikes do courts." TiuniSift
injs. One of the female members of the
Rhinebeek family, oue of the oldest and
most respected of the Knickerbocker
days of New lork, had a veritable
Enoch Ar len ease, her first husband go
ing to sea ami returning alter years to
find her married and wuli sous" A par
ley was called and the tvvn husbands
left it to lie' wife, who deci,(., imi less
injustice w ould he done hi all concerned
bv ci.ngiii g to ine last man, whereupon
So. 1 departed amicably into everlast
W. F. .".amhiiin, river editor ot i hb Bulletin
and steamboat passenger agent. Orders for all
kiuds of steamboat Job printing solicited. OQlce
al Bowor's European Hole). Mo. "J Ohio levee.
Tho Ohio is rising fast from Pittsburg
to Louisville and a good stago of water tan
now bo safely predicted but how long it
will hold out it is lurd to tell. The rivt r
inuikod by the pungc lnro at 0 p. m. yes
tcrd ly 10 feet 5 iuchea and rising. The P.
S. Ihys of the M. V. T. Co., left here yes
terday morning with a tow for New Orleans.
No arrivals yesterday during the day ex
cept the Ous Fowler, She laid over for the
accommodation of a small parly from IV
diiaah, who caiuc down to see Warde at the
Opera House play Hamlet, among Ihe parly
vvnsCiipbiin J. II. Fowler and wife, also his
daughter, Mrieti, Mn. Gus Fowler, Mrs
James Thornherry and (biugliter. The
Henry A. Tyler for Memphis passed at C :'J0
last evening. She received ."iOO barrels of
llutir for Memphis, a large lot of miscellane
ous way freight. She leaws this morning
at 10 o'clock. Tile Sle. Genevieve is duo
from Memphis for St. Louis this morning.
The City of Yickshurg from below will
pass up for St. Louis to-diy. The Hudson
leaves St. Louis this evening for Cairo, IV
ducah and Shawiieetuvvn. The Will Kyle
from Cincinnati will report here to-day for
New Orleans. C'apt. Juo. K. Massingle
will still continue to control the destiny of
the Henry A. Tyler and in the new trade
she has adopted. We hope she may pros
per. Lem Hid is thief clerk of the Tyler,
The Ella Kiiiibrotigh is due this evening
from Osceol i and h is a gotal trip. She
leaves on her return trip to-morrow at 4 p.
Frederick, Md. Hon. Milton G. Lrner,
M. C. from Maryland, writes: "My wife
has tested the pain-ciuing qualities of St.
Jacobs Oil, and hears cheerful testimony to
its superior virtue; it drives all pain away
Strength for Mintl and Body.
There is more strength restoring power
in a bottle of Parker's Ginger Tonic than in
a bushel ot ti, alt or a gillm ot Milk. This
explains why invalids find it sue!) a won
derful invigorant for mind and body.
Ministers Souud its Praise.
Hev. Mr. Greenfields, Knoxviile, Teiin.,
writes as follows: ''Samaritan Nervine per
manently cured my sou of epileptic ti s."
Here s food for thought. Sold iy drug
gists, $1 .50.
of the dramatic and musical professions
testily to the beautifying influence of SOZ-
ODONT upon the teeth. Personal Cornell
nesa is a positive c pital to public perfoitu
ets, and they find that the use of SOZU-
DONT materially seconds the natural
charm of a pleasing bite. Let all who
wish to avert the disaster sure to overtake
neglected teeth, try a new deiiurtuic and
cleanse them regularly with this agreeable
Cleanliness and purity make Parker's
Iltir Hils'iin thettvoiite tor restoring the
y nth'ul color to gray hsir.
io The Went.
There are a number ol routes lea. ting to
the ah .vo-pientioned section, but the direct
and reliable, icute is via Saint Louis and
ova r the Miss 'iiri Pacific Kailwav. Two
tiaiii-daily ure run troni the Grand Union
Depot, S 'lit Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of tho very
t.rt.-- nifke are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colnran New Mexico and Cal-
f min "o".'ct with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trab'fi for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omah, connection is made with the
Overland trail for California.
This line oilers to parties enroutc to the
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and superior accomodation", but bcaiHifui
scenery, as it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
iliu-lri.ted rinips, pamphlets, &c, of thi?
line, w hich will be uniled free.
C. 15. KlNNAN, F. ClIANPLKil,
A-s't Gen"! Pass. A'icnt. Geit'l Push Agent.
A(.ENTS WANTED! !:
ciiess. or ew JMetor.hl History ol inc. i.ue ana
Tim s of the Pioneer Heroes and Heroines of
A nerirn, pyCi.l. rnnk Triplet.. Over tfoa s'lperh
eimrnvitius Cover the three eras nf pioneer pro-
Itrei-" il) i(.m tin.- Ane- heiin a to tlm Mississippi ;
l'2i irotn the M'ssls-ijipl to the ltockv Mountains;
(ilj Caiifirnla aicl the 1'iiC II slope. MOW. Cim-
bo es itrnpMr, thri ling na'rative .vith prornscneHS
oreieu'.int iliustriitlon. bv eminent artists Nearly
I'll personal l or.r.'.its. etnlini; -It.ir all the Dioneer
lenders, beslili-s scores of Inridetits. A plcttl e
iral cry of rare Interest.. A true historical wotkof
Ibrl I iii"; iid.utiture In forest, pi tins, mountain and
streams; covers western progress and civilization.
row escapes; wild life on Ihe border. A grand
r .ous i, u uiiuti-'s ; iiesperatij auven lire' ; nar
h ink for a eiiM. (ausdis everything. 72' octavo
pages, bowlnpnre. In reach of ,M assse. Agent's
cniuptete omtlt T5 rents. fs".irlte at once for
confidential te-msnnd il usirat' d descrl; tioii.
Aim ess It illo.MI'SUN A CO., rubs.,
1 11-it si. I.onU, Mo., or New Yoro C'liv.
How Many Miles Do You Drive?
O 33 O A L .E T Jil R
This Instrument Is no lurucr than a wa'ch. It
tel.s tbe exact number of miles driven to the
1-lootn part of a mile; counts up to l,i miles;
waler and Unst ilgln; always in order; saves
horses Irotn being over-iHvou; U easily attached
to the wheel of a Hugy, C'arrlagu, tulky, Vaon,
Itoad Cart, Sulky Plow, Kenper, Mower, or other
vehicle, liivaluablo to Liverymen. Pleasure
Drivers, Physicians, Farmers, Surveyors, Dray
men, Expressmen, stnun Owners, 4c, l'riee only
f! n leach, ono-thlrd the price of any other Odotp.
eier. When orduritiK :ve diameter of the ,h''el.
Kent by mail on receipt of price, poet pu d.
Address MoUONNKLL ODoME TKK Co.,
2 North La 0n St., Chicago.
tit-Bend for Circular. ttl- lm.
QATUO OPKRA. I10USK.
Olio 0fhfc Only.
THURSDAY, November 1st.
Aa Evening of Hearty I aughter! Ap
peal aiioe of AnierieiTs Favorite
in the successful Comedy
Nip and Tuck
supported by a
SUPEBI' COMEDY CO.
Oreetedev rvwliiee Willi Sl'KF.AMS OK LAUGH-
'IE It. us phiyed by him in ail the
lead n theatres In America.
1 40 Nilits in Bt. Iotiis.
12:20 Niiiht in Chicarro.
iiOO Nights in New York.
tyAdmlss!on i'l.M h d TI cen s. S-tio of re-
Served si's'sl.t ' pen on Monday morning at Mailer's
without extra chnrir,'?. Carmines may bo ordered
at 10 :1S o'cbx'k.
Friday, Novcuiber 2.
Tremendous sin i-e-s everywhere of America's little
favoraef TI.e k'e:n ol the stgi;l the
rei;:iiiii siiceess of the da I
imE MAY ULMEII,
in the most '.e u:'sf it jit y cvr written, entitled
supported l-v a in i.-nificent compaay of artist"
Them si eveaiiy ba.aueed and :h"roujtily
coiupet'.-iit onipniiy ever otnuized.
55"Priefs a4 -ual.
SO and fi cents. See
QEORGK II. LEACH, M D.
PHYSICIAN it SURGEON.
Soi-cial attention teiiilto the II ime.pathic treat
mtntol rtiriiral aiseises. and diseases of women
iiKHl i: nn 1 Jill street, oppcsite the Post
ofllce, Cairo, 111.
JjR. J. E. STRONG,
12'J Coiiiiiiei'iiK.1 Ave., Cairo, HI.
VAPoIt. ELKCTllU VAl'Oli ami MKUlCarKU
A Isilv l'i siteti'laiice.
V. C. JOCh IA S,
OTl f. --Elahl'- :-'."t. .t Comu .rr.a'. Avatitia
H K W. WHITLOCK,
-No. i:e- V.-.:,:
i.ni.roal AvouCi, httweeB
TKVr YORK STOIiK,
WHO LKSA LK AND RETAIL.
riif? Iivirst Variety Stocb
GOODS SOLI) YKRY CLOSK
C. O. PATIKU' kSc CO..
Cor.Ni.U'trionrh ft ";
,:?'-;.:;'. '"' ?. V. is preferred by those
IU1- V'X v.-hohave usedit, toany
y4i'j?r-ic .imilar article, nn ar.
IV i- r tWsS!-0U"t I aopenw
tt.?fij. S?3'.r'i le.lnltni'lt nnrl nilritv.
'eiL KSiSae v 1 1 contain materials
"VAe. l ""a'-jJ only that are beneficial
??"'fer.'?' y to the scalp and hair
Restores the Youthful Color to Grey or Faded Hair
Pirkcr's Hair Palsntn ii finely ptrfumed and is
warranted to prevent fi,!iing ef the hair and to ro
mwedandnirYnnditiliiiiK. Hiscox & Co., N.Y.
5(!. snd 11 ibei. nt dealers In dntjrl nd mi-dletafi.
A Superlative Health and Strength Restorer.
If you are a merhanic or f itmsr, worn out with
overwork, or a mothrr run down by family or houao.
hold duties try I'arkkk's fjiNOEB TiNic.
If you are a hwyer, minister or biisine? man ex
hunted by mental 'strain oranxinuscare, donottaka
itikxicatiiigstinitilaiits,biitii5e Parker's GinRcr Tonic
If von have Consumption, lypeia, Kheuma
Ism, Ki.ins y Comr '.aim?, f.r any rlisorderof thclungs,
stomach, bowels blood or reives. Packer's Gincfr
Ton i c will i ore ynu. 1 1 i 1 1 1 e ; rea test Hlood Purifier
And t!:a Best and Surr.st Cfiutjh Cure Ever Used.
If von are wasting away fmrnnRe, disaipation or
rny disease or weakness and reunite a stimulant taka
(iiNUKK I onic at onrc; ii will invigorate and build
you up from lbs first do-o but will never Intoxicate.
It has saved hundreds of lives; it may save your.
CAUTION t UefiKsnll ml.'tltiitei. Pwler'i GlngsrTonlc If
fomrsiMdol Ihe be.t remflwl cit in lliewnrM.andUsnllrsly
SilT,'rtnl from prspsrallons "f "I""'. Srnd for dreslaHo
HiKi.1 A Co., St. Y. &oc. l ileii 1 l'Iw' In drafc
;REAT FAVINO Ft'YIMJ DOLLAR SI3E.
In hrh anil l.isunif fraiirance has made this
deliuhifnt perfume eaceediiiRly popular. Tllr
laiiothiiitr like It. Insist upon having Floks.
ton ColooNB and look tor signature of
enfvnr Mtle. Any rtrnnrlft nr rlitler Id jxrlumtr
LAKiir. nnii v" ni. imn tor. c
L. C. BOYIIMCTON'S
CABINET FOLDING BEDS
The most iierfeetly h ilinieisj FOLdlNr, LI 0 In tlm
, ,ilil. hiilHiuiitinl, yet ho h'-'M Unit aehi:il i nn "I" n
ami rtiw It ivltli eie. 'linv e.inl,eu. liKKAT
M'BKNOTII. 11KAI 1 V nnd l"lll.ll'V. It Is tlm
VKI1V PKsT, newt lotup h t, RVSHCsl' I-ol.ni'.K
HKI1. ami 1 now cllertil to the ptil..le a, Ihe IIKAP-FsTpali-nt
FcM;iig lied nn lhe mat kef. It l.coNO
VUF.S Sl'. I', Nivisi WKVi: aii.l I'KAtt ,f t:..n
I'KTS, ko ps the IlKDIMS'i; ( I.K.VS l i;OM OUST',
and Is rapidly nis rs. i!'i j nil i.tli. r bolh in tlm
fninllteaof the rich and poir alike lu u.l seeUona ot
nan In BVIir.r. IHIKHH1XJ N:,
I'AIIIM-IT, IHMI Ii ' AH K. SI nr..
BUAKII. nn.1 VM lll'l IX-1I vK Nljlrit.
beudfor jjen ripllve ami 1;Iii-Ii ;iI.-.H iieiu.u-,
Factory&0ffice,1465 Stale SI. Chicago,
f IT mending for circular UUpilo, ,:.a.e umao
this li r.
gUKEKA! El'UEKA ! !
SUIiSTlTl'TE Ki!t LI V V. INSUR
ANCE ("I'M .'AN IKS.
WIDOWS' & IIKl'lIANS'
Mutual Aid Socihty,.
OF CAIK .
Orirani.i'd Julv 1 Hh, lil?7, 1 ii !. r the Law- u
the State of Illinois. Copyi i, bt,- 1 Io.It.
9, 1P,77. t nder Act ofi .., .r,--.
JAS. S. MHlAIIF.y
ii . I'le-:.;. t,t
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J. 11. HI1HINSON
.1. A. OOLoSTINi:
W. It. WAKKAN
J. H. I'ETHIE I
c r-: try
1 ri :-y
THOMAS I.KWIS s.
til. H. WHITE As-:-!.,-,' s,.
KXKCtJJ'lVMCOM M IT II
Wm F. PITCI'FIt, L.S.'lt!"VAs.
W. C JOCELYN. F VIM EM .
WILL T. IiEIUU HN.
HOAKU OK MANAti I-;iS:
J. A. r.oUstine. of Go!ds;lt,e A If --hi i,wi: - r. whole
saleaudret.nl rlrv good.ete.; ,)hs s. Viei, aliey
lunibsr dealer; Win. F. l'iu her, -eii. r.i a-' n' ;
Albert Lewis, dealer in flour ai.d i-r.un; I.. S.
Thomas, bricklayer; Mhcs Phillip, eon raeior
and builder; 11. A. Chombley, i--.er: Thin.
Lewis, secretary and attorue-ai-itiw ; v . n.
Marean, lUmrepathic nhysirim,: 11 : a tier, of
harder A sou. irrocers; Ii, 11 Haird. sir. ! super
visor; Kd 11 White, ass't sec. W. A- (. M. A. So
ciety ; J. W. Spier, lumber ami Si W-n.iii; I . I..
(tumleon. barber: J1,. Ii. Oieirna, c i .... .-v. . i..
Al'.K. It.; M. Kobler. lie li lcir.t niii.i -; .Ml' M.
Clark, dealer in wall-paper sti.l viielo.- shade-; J.
K. Knlish, contractor ami build. -r; Wil'T. Iled
hurn. of Morse A Kedliurii. l i-.o :ii.i-..ii!.".ciurers
K.Vincent, (leak" In nme a ,1 -eiii-i.t; I, A.
Phelps, phntutfr.'ipher; W. C Jo--.. 1 n. ib-iueu; S.
H.Taher. mfir. Jeweler;.!. M- Hoi nii,.l !'. an I
notary public;.). S. Peine, pli . :i ian : il . vv .
IlustwtcK. insurance s.'eio: K. Iv .Inrboe. ion m.m
St. (ins main', and K E. Walbml-. . lumber ana
saw-mill, of Cairo; II. I.elirht.tn. eic hirr N t.
Hank. Stuart. Iowa; Ilov. Y. A. Wnkeison. Prvor
u tv. Ky. ; J.W. Tarry, phvslci".n.Ki.it-."i. Kv.
AND LACK VITAL ElvtLROY?
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s ol iieniint. iniisa ior nr. a . ,.ni,
tbe seat, ot dis..s, lis th)- set llire. t e, n Ise vn i s
Muscular, unit (lenenitlvs Onler. si'eedllv resWinK
tlmvltiilUr-wlileli is Klw trlelO-.lri.in. d f'om "?"?,
tern by eicsss or indlserel Inns, th-r thus n nstnrsl
wa; ovrconi 11 e nonkuesa without d"o:-l.', 1 f-JiT.
sch. They will rurs every case hi l et s o i l nrnlrte
Ksnsrstton, and w are preps rsd lo fnrnlid the mns
smphatlo and a-oliite pr s.f to isut;l""t c.ir cli I ms,
lib strateil paninolet Fre.,orsentsMe.l
h.. . ..nir r,wf V nnr. rAncn
ur. urAU r ii UAMIC CO.
3 I 2 N. Oth S-... Ct, LoulS.M"
LY O -3 & H E A L Y
Stato & rouri3 St8..Chicaio.
BANK C i KV ;'i
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