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Notices lu ibid column, eignt cents per Hut for
Irstand five cents per Una each Subsequent Inser
tion. Fill UUtl Abe, JtitouU pel liuu. t ot one
month, 'ft r.enti pr Una
Foil Kent. My hrick resilience, comer
4th st und Washington ave., now occupied
by Mr. Harclay nine rooms, marble Djan
leU, bath room, two cUteniH, ct'iiii'tituil cel
lar, and out-liuildinfjs. Possesion ,'iven
Nov. 13th. Apply goon to
10;J0 tf Wm. IJ. Giuikut.
lt:ntauratit and Oyster II nisi;, 50 Ohio
Furnished noons for rent, uorlheaHt
corntr 11th and Waahiiigton avenue.
10'J-lm Mrs. Ahna Fahiiku..
Saddle Hock Oysters at Dtliaun 00 Ohio
Apple! Butter! Flour I
Nicer, better, cheaper. Cull at No. 21 8th
street, or telephone No. 8;1.
1021m o. M. Amen.
will buy a ood meal cooked to order at
Do Biun'a. tf
New Blacksmith Shop.
A t.ew horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
iuanner of hlacksrnitbinj; and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Worn done promptly. tf
will buv a good meal cooked toor lerat
To ali who are suffering from the errors
Hnd indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
sens, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
wiil si nd a recipe that will cere you, fuee
ok en a hue. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in 8'utli America.
Hend a sell-addressed envelope to the Itvv.
J'mmi T. Injun, Station D.. New York
will buy a good meal cooked to order, at
Free ot Cost.
All persons wishing bo test the merits of
a great remedy one that will positively
cure Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
lironehitis, or any affection of the Throat
and Lungs are requested to call at Bar
clay Bros' drug store and get a trial bot
tle of Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption free of cost, which will show you
what a regular dollar-size bottle will do. (1)
Kiickien'8 Arnica Salve
The Best Salve !n the world for Cuts,
.Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
23 cents pur box. For sale by Barclay
Tim children of Israel wire nine fed by
manna, sent from Heaven. This was an un
doubted caseot "il send." The amelior
ation of human ills and ailments hns been
often undertaken, and as ofteu failed. Ely'
Cream balm, however, "has been weighed
in the balance and imt found wanting." Ii
is a sovereign, fpeedy, certain and pleus'wit
euro for Ca'arrh and Cold m the He -id.
Thousands of people have attested tiiu fut.
Ely's Creim Balm is a U vi s- n 1." wrote
Mrs. M. A. Jarksun, of Portsmouth, N. H.,
onMay 22d, 1882, "I had catarrh for three
yours; had tried nearly all remedies, but to
no purpose. Two or three times a week
my nose would bleed quite freely, nnd I
thought the sores in it would never he ll.
Your Bilm has cure i me." This preparation
is not a liquid or a snulT, and is easily ap
plied. Cm you, reader, afford to experi
ment wi'h injurious snutls and irj -ctinns
when a pleasant and certain cm e is at hand?
It Seems to Satisfy
A family want, and. I wopder how we ever
got along without Parker's . Ginger Tonic.
It cured me of nervous prostratiou, and I
have used it since tor all sorts of complaint
in our family. Mrs. Jines, Albany.
Fortunes for Farmers ami Mechanics
Thousands of dollars can be saved by us
ing proper judgmeut in taking care of the
health of yourself and family. If you arc
Bilious, have sallow complexion, poor appe
tite, low ind depressed spirits, and generally
debilitated , do not delay a moment, but
go at once and procure a bottle of those
wonderful Electric Bitters, which never fail
to cure, and that for the trifling sum of fif
ty cents Tribune. Sold by Barclay
None But First Class Goods.
In Watches, Jewelry and Silverware one
should have the best or none. Messrs.
Shirley & Co., Chicago, are making a
specialty of tine goods, and if you need
anything in Watches, in dust and water
proof cases, Solid Silver or Triple Plated
Ware, Solid Gold or Rolled Gold Jewelry,
send to Sluiiley & Co., they will send a
single article at tho dozen price. The) are
vouched for and endorsed by the United
States Express Co., American express Co.,
Southern Express Co., F. W. Palmer, Post
master of Chicago, Geu'l A. C. Smith, Ex
State Treasurer, and many others. Goods
sent on approval, with privilege of examin
ation, enabling you to do purchasing at
home. Remember, Shurley & Co., 77 State
Street, Chicago, 111. Send foktiikik new
AND BEAUTIFULLY ILHISTHATEDCATAtHlVF.
Neivousuess, Nervous Debility, Neural
ii Nmvnus Shock. 8. Vitus Dance.
Prostration, and all diseases ot nerve Uen
t'rative Organs, are all permanently and
mdicallv cured bv Allen's Brain Food, tho
great botanical remedy, $1 pkg.,6 for $5.
Wohk Given Out. On receipt of vour
address we will make an offer by which
you can earn f 3 to $7 evenings, at your
home. Men, Women, Boys or Girls cau do
it. II. C. Wilkin&on & Co., 195 and 197
Fulton 8treet, New York.
fTM.,v Ti:i.. U..lli'
iut; imin nuiimn.
OFKICE: NO. 7ft OHIO LEVKK.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY,
KNTEHKIl AT TUB CAIKO POHToKFlCE Ron
IHASbMJHSIO.N TIUlol'OIJ THIS MAILS AT
SECOND CLASS KATES.
THE SAFFORI) MEMORIAL.
CONCLUDED FBOM Kot'UTlI PAI1E.
God, the creator and preserver, and, in love
of nature, holding communion with her
visible, forms, her various language gave
him assur;iLco of the correctness of this be
lief; and, even while larknrH was about
him, he could say-
"See how the flour if heaven
IsthickinlaU with putniej of bright gold.
There's not i single atar which thou bvholdetu
Kut in ita motion like mi tinsel n:,
Still choiring to tho ourig eyed cherut.ini.
Such harmony U In lmxortsl ou!s:
Hut this muddy vesture of decay
Doth grossly close us In, we nuuot hour It."
He could not hear the assurances of im
mortality distinctly; but my fuiih, the evi
dence of things unseen, he believed in a
life hereafter. Peace to his manes, and
At the close of the oration, which was
warmly applauded, the members of the
lodge again forme 1 in procession and es
corted Mis. Saffir l to her h me, saluting
tlni sni ond time tho marble likeness of Mr.
Snfford decorated with beautiful flowers,
the gil t ol the Woman's Club and Library
assaciation, and then returned to the lodge
room for dismissal. The Memorial Library
building, which is to be an elegant edifice
of pressed brick, spppropriately decorated
with terra cotti, stained glass; and con
taining all the modern improvements for a
library room, rea ling room, public hall,
museum and club room, is to be a free gilt
by Mrs. Safford to the city of Cairo, to be
used for library and literary purposes, a
magnificent bequest, worthy of the donor
and her illustrious husband.
The reception and bid in the eveuiug
given at The Halliday under the auspices
of the OH Feilows was a most brilliant
aud recherche aff-iir. The floral decorations
for the occasion were furnished by the Wo
man's Club and Library association, and
arranged by a committee, consisting of Mrs.
W. R. Sinith, chairman; Mrs. C. R. Wood
Ward, Mrs. P. E. Powell, Mrs. E. L. Men
ager, and Mrs. W. P. and Mrs. H. L.
In the fiont parlor was suspended a mag
nificent crayon portrait of Mr. Sulfur,
wreathed with vines and flowers. Above it
was suspended an anchor, and on one side a
star and on the other side the appropriate
emblem ot the Odd Feilows three links,
all done in solid flowers. Beautiful boquets
of flowers adorned the parlors and the grand
dining room, and the windows of the latter
were also wreathed with vines. Mrs. Saf
sord receive ! her friends in parlor A,
standing below ihe crayon portrait and its
decorations, and the large hall and parlors
Were tilled with a distinguished company
of Cairo's best citizeus.
The eulogy, pronounced by Mr. Oberly,
told of the virtues ol the mau whose memo
ry the citizens of Cairo love to honor, but
gave little of his history, and we deem it
appropriate to close this irticle i;i the fol
Alfred IS. Siflord was bom at Morris
town, Vermont, on January 22, 1S22. His
parents were natives ot Vermont and came
of Revolutionary stock iu both branches,
the grandfathers of each having served in
that war. His parents emigrated to Illi
nois in 1837, aud settled in Will county aud
engaged in farming. Alfred was then 13
years of age, aud ha 1 before moving from
the state attended the schools of Vermont.
He continued at school in Illinois until lie
was twenty-one years old. He then began
the study of law with William A. Board
man at Juliet, Illinois, and pursued bis
studies lor three yeurs, when he
abandoned tho law, engaged iu
merchandising and continued therein
until 195-1. In that year he moved
to Shawneetown, where he started the State
Bank of Illinois, and was its cashier. In
1858 he moved to Cairo and started the
City Bank, afterwards changed to the City
National Bank, and was its cashier from its
organization to the day of his death. In
1870 he organized the Enterprise Saving
Bank, of which he was made president.
He was married in 1954 to Julia Massey, of
Watertown, New York, who died in 19G2,
ajjaiu in 1804, to Anna (Jmt.ee, of Cairo.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
NoIIcms in tuesB commua, ion cents per lino,
v h amnion and whether marked or not, if calcu
lated to fowurd nny mau business Interest are
always paid for.
New type at The Bulletin ofliee.
F. D. Rexford, of Centralia, is in the
Foil Sale Two good coal canon
heating-stoves, at The Bulletin office tf
Alderman B, F. Blake's child has beeu
very sick for several days.
Job printing at The Bulletin office.
Mrs. II. T. Gerould aud son of Men
dota are in the city the family of Georgo
Bargains in Heating and Cooking
Stoves, Stove-boards, Coal-hods, &c, at A.
Alderman C. N. Huglies returned from
his visit to St. Louis Monday. He left bis
better half in that city. To all appcaran ccs
CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 31, 1583.
the alderman is in superb health, some
thing his many friends will be glad to
New presses at The Hullktin office.
Miss Delia Gordon and her friend, Miss
Nellie McGrath, will visit the Crescent City
the latter part of next week.
200 Heating Stoves and m my ot'u'
thines iu that line at greatly K'luctd
prices, at A. Halley's. lOt
Mr. G. W. Tinkle leaves to-morrow for
his Texas home. Mrs. Tinkle will n-un'n
a few weeks longer in Cuiro.
A No. 1 Base-burners for soft coal
cheap, at A. Halley's. lo
-Mr. M.T. Scott, Mr. B.ehe and Mr.
Sanders accompanied Mr. Oberly from
Bloomington, and are stopping with him
at The Halliday.
A very large audience greeted "Hamlet"
at the Opera Homo last night, and when
Fred Warde returns next winter as Richard
the Thir l, the standing room will be at a
A large party of hunters with all the
necessary equipage for a protracted camp
ing out pitssed through Cairo on their way
to the swamps of Missouri after bear, deer
and turkeys. They went out on the narrow-gauge.
Latest For 5c. you can pass a bliss
ful hour dispel your sorrows, and quiet
your nerves. The "Bad Boy" cigar was
built for that purpose. It is the smoker's
inevitable. Don't stand back, but drop
right iu where you are and get one. Every
dealer handles them. F. Korsmcyer, Prop.
The blush of health is on the rherk i.f
the really up-iiiid-tip fii.shintiaUi' gi:l
of the metropolis, writes ('lain Belle
from New York. The pretention i thai
i:'-llt t!;eiv by lllgged i!iVsi.-;,l
t. aii.l:ir during the summer uitiiiij
l;i;:t he has played lawn tennis, pc e
tiiuiated, and eiiietrian:ited so loncli
that the ruddy Lu; is truly indi'Miiw of
lieh. rushing blood. As a matter of
fact, it may have been painted on with
a hrii-h. I am told that the sale of
rouge has suddenly increased, nnd that
pearl powder is correspondingly a drug
in the market. It is not more than a
year ago na, not so niiicli sinee
ghn-tHnc-vs was considered desirable.
Een plump und very earthlv riv.-.tuiv
w hileneil their cheeks and shaded with
Mack under their eyes, to make tltcin
m Ives look like Oaniilh. Now their
model is the roseate milkmaid. No
luii"! r is it deplorable to be strong.
tissue is despised and llltlsele is
' Feci that." said u Iriend whom I
iin t in a parlor after her season out of
She put ni hand on her arm. mid
way between tl IlioW tlhd the sliolll-
der. The skin was as smooth and w bite
lis cvor under n single thieknesn of hiee.
nnd the roundiies w as ehartning.
lirip hard." she eonimandcd.
I clasped the arm with both hands.
Tie n she shut her tisf and drew it slow
ly up to her fair diouldcr. I'ndcr my
hands rose -udi a bunch of muscles as
I had lievi-r felt before, l cf pt w hen
hanging t ii the brawny partner in a
wait.. This girl had been rowing d:iilv
all .o'umcr. l'he palms of her hands
;rc call. hi sed. and she ha - to wear gloves
a whole si.e bigger than she uv to,
but she is elated, all the same She
iloesn"i lift so niueh as a cup of tea
wisout managing to firing up that mus
cle; and 1 aetuallv saw her writing: a
hltcr and making the biceps show
through the I i url J t sleeve of her dress i'.t
every slroke of tin pea.
"And look at this." she said, as we
were toe-ether in her boudoir. What
she proudly called my attention to was
the fact that inwnlkingaerox Ihe room,
the action of the muscles in her calve.s
was visible on the surface of her stock
ing! What a pity you're not going to
dance in t la- ballet, im-tead of in the
ball-room." 1 remarked.
Yon are onl envious," was her iv-
"Not a bit of it." I replied: "I haven't
any desire to be an athlete. Besides,
Mm won't be able to keep your muscle
'through the w inter."
"Won't I. Clara Belle?" and she led
me into an adjoining closet. "There's
what will do it, me gu rl."
1 rhaps some of my readers wi-h to
cult i ate their muscle, and so I will tell
how to make the apparatus which she
showed iin'. You can almost lix it
yourself. The requirements: are two
pulleys, two eight-pound window
weights, a strong cord, and u strip ot
phiiik'with two holes in it. The cord
must run through tho holes in the plank
nnd suspend the weights. The exercise
is obtained by pulling at the ends of tin
cord. You arc to assume all sorts ol
positions, so as to bring the whole inus
euiar ssteni into play. There isn't n
great amount of tun in it. Indeed. I
should say that rubbing a washboard
would be a delightful divers ioiieompar
ed to it, but fashion makes slaves of ik
and something or nthc for exereisiiiL!
purposes from dumb-bells ton rowing
mai bine - is the thing now for my lady'.
chamber. A Tair Offer.
It happened iu Illinois. A bury ing
ground had I leeii sold bv the town, nnd
time given for the removal of nil the
Collins. Tho purchaser linallv took pos
pession, nnd one day, while engaged in
plowing, he suddenly appeared before
the village shoemaker and said:
"Henry, I've just plowed up the hones
of vour father, up there."
"Eh! Is that .v.?"
"And what shall bo done with Yin'."
"Well. I dunlin."
"Ell tell you what I'll do, Henry. I'll
box up the hones ami bring Yin dow n
here for a dollar, or I'll plow 'em under
us a fertilizer and allow you lifty cents
on w hat you owe me."
"Well,'" replied the shoemaker, after
taking time to think it over, "I guess
you may credit mo with fifty cents, but
if you rind the bones of tho old woman,
too, I shan't take less Hum scveiily-livo
outs cash for tho heap. Wall tilred
the great German
I'M H 14 II K,
II 1. 1 Hi ( I! K. 100TIHUIK,
fi'troei IJci K. tli nise.,
I'Mci I cm s,
A l! eile r lio'tily Irm
FIFTY CENTS A BUTTLE.
s.'l'l hy ml hrec-i-M a;nl
ti.:iler' I ':r-e.iis in 11
The Charles A. Vcgcler Co.
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HEAR this, all ye people, and give ear
- 1 all ye ii.vulids of the world, Hop Bitters
will mike you well hihI to nj ice.
2. Ii shall cire all the people and put
sickue-s and sutfei ing under foot.
!i. Be. ihou not atrnid when your family
is suk, or you have Brighl's disease or Liver
Cempl .int, for Hop Bitters will dire you.
4. Both low and liiyh, rich and poor
k'.f w the value of Hop Bitters for billions,
nervous and Rheum die complaints.
5. Cleanse mc with Hop Bitters and I
shall have robust and blooming health.
Ii. Add disease upon disease and let the
woist come, I am safe if I u-c Hop Bitteis.
7. For ali my life have. I been plagued
with sickness and s res. and not until ajetr
a'o was I cured, by Hop B.lters.
8. He that keepeth his bones from ach
ing from Rheumatism and Neuralgia, with
Hop Bitters, d.ieth wisely.
y. Though thou h st sores, pimpl.-?,
fieckle", s i!t rheum, erysipelas, blood poi
soning, yet Hop Bitters will remove tin m
10. What woman is there, feeble and
sick from female complaints, who desin th
not health and Useth Hop Bitters and is
11. Let not riecU'ct to use Hop Bitters
br'mir on serious Kidney and Liver complaint-.
12. Keep the tongue from bein' fuired,
thy blind pine, and thy stomach from
indigestion by u -ing Hop Bitters.
V). All my pains and aches and disease
Co like chaff before the wind when I u-e
14. .Mark the nun who was nearly dead
and L'iven up by the doctors, sl'ter using
Hop Bitters bicometh well.
lo. Cease i'r un worrying about nei vmis
ihs, oetu rfil debility, nnd urinary trouble,
for Hop Bitters will restore u u.
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rt c'VCArf! DVr h- eslned an onviiihl
UTadou VnLDi '.".. 1 rpuiation h.u'ver
JFftty&uUn I ",h,'r If,',
r"kfA-J'S?Sf s merit.
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a .i1 s ;
I lily I't-.-nDHPK ile i uc ul
ii'.-e ' vr u rii;slhs hvslthy wcretunH.
11 u'lus i: I! 1 1 ii i i Inn, protect thu n e'ie
1 rnr: 1 Iciie.'s of Hi- liea.l from sililrinrial
tuiii- rniiiplet.'iy Ii. m! the e ires ami rest'iros Hie
pei ne ef in-te iiiui ense'l. Uenefljlul remilt are
reiili.- 'i t'V a few nrp!i' icioiif .
A 1 lioi i.H lid THE TMK T WII.l. ( r
Vi ) mleil ler 'ol'i in t!i" il ';e.l. h. ad.ie .e .mil
)e'i:.'.e ?. r miv k.D'l el ir.iieuii tii"iiiiriinal in n.
tlmi. -"let Pit rireiiiar. m prepnel .V c .
a piii k'i.-"-- oi:np! reeelvi'd. solil by nil whole
pale vrel r t.-ii! it iu'i;'"ts.
ol.Vst'Kli..M It l M CO.. I'weuo, N. V.
T'i ini;KKYt: run iikuth
I r tbe Manie'tun Appliance Co.'
iliiiif.'tic JVotector !
PIUCK ONLY 85.
1 ii'-y ure pr;r.''i.-n In i.fims. bKVTi.EMrs mi!
rani's v uitii i:ai. i.i'Mjs; in, cni' nfrvKi'MeN a
on ;;ri' i- ev-r kit wn wlu e t ie.-
cuniie m arc irii I'm y a'xo pr. vet.t :i:,d crj
litf.nr no'i'iet'i.To s. i an.iis. mn-cM t.sm, nki iim.
OlA. lllttn.sT Tilonil.KS, iinaiTII - IlIA. CA AHIIII. AMI
A I I. MMiliKU diseases. W ill WEdl any m rvieo
fur tii io.r. tkaks. Are worn vei the ioi : r rloia
inj. IMTVIM-JII iH t'llefs to .1. fer lie the
M. I.viiuilj fyinptoi s of this nBafi'o'ic
ca i' r.i.t ie sapping the 1 f..: itnd ftrentth oi only
too nanv of the fullest and lient of lioth nexe
l.almr. t"(!y and reuan h id America, fcur.ipe and
K.ifle'0 iauil. Ii ivo refilled in tli Matruvtic Lung
l'rnlecier, all'anling cure for Catarrh, n re men y
wliirti I'Milnin No Uucnr.iNO or iur. tvxKM, and
with lie' roiit'iiiioim ftream of ,Miiuctim per-inent'ii-'
t'iroeRii ihe Blliicnnl urKanc mi .-t hk
stiih : i iom to a iiEAi.rn v eriON. We ri ack i i n
rwiei; !'i)-tlns Appliance at Icsh Ihnu (ineiweii'lelh
of tl.e I Tic ' Hiked by other lor remedie upon
ttlii. h ii i .tic nil the clmnreo. and - fspki iai.
i,y iwitk the putioimire of the many rEiisos'H who
have t ied DiiiianiNu iiikiii stom .en wirnocT ef
FKer. JI0Y TO OBTAIN o,': XtZ-
?M a:,d n-k for them. Il liny havn not not them,
wr let i the proprielor-i, c-jclntlne the price in let
ter, at our rifk and they shall be nut. In von m
once hy wall, poftpnal.
S 'lid stump fur the "New Departure- lu Medi
cal Trent, vent wirnuCT Miti)-ciN," vtih thou
THU MAUNKTON AI'f'LIANCE CO..
2IS stiteStroet, rhtciLM. 111.
rsoTK. bcyd oue dollar in po-ta:;e ulumps or
ciirr-iicy (in letter at our nek) with eW.e of choe
ucually woru.m.d try a pair of oar Magnetic In
soles, mid he cmriiicfd of the power rnl!in' in
oar lanetlo AppllHIicen. I", mi 1 1 vely no Cold leet.
where they are worn, or mini -y refunded, liw-ly
TUE BEST T1IIXG KNOWN
In Hard or Soft, Hot or Cold Water.
pATKS LA ROIL TIMR nml BOA I AMAJJ
1NUI.Y, nnd Hivea unlvral imllsfunllou, Ha
lauiiiy, rich or poor, auouhl be wituout i.
Bold bv nil n nvtara.
UKWAKF. of lmitatloni
Well (leaiuiieij to uiialeail
iuiinl to in mleail. I'KAKLinb in uio
JKAItLINU In Uio
ONLY HAKK lalnir iavtliK ooiiiKiutut, and ai
TO Unun Um above ayiubol, aud tuuuu oi
dAMKS rVLK. MEW YORK.
rnw DKorK applied to the surfaee will
mil almost Instantly RELIKVI PAIN!
nor discolor the Skin, or leave disagreeable effects of any kind. It
hivNOKoj-Ar.forthn Cnr of Rhepmatlsin. Sprains. Bniisii,
Stiff Joints, Neuralgia, Lame
sore inroatv. fains in cue iamb
inn i.s npiiuiy enii. nanus 101- in i pams in me Btomacn ana Bowels.
reiliimiiB a IMiwerful diffusive fctlmulant. Ken Mem-IPs Alinnnne
Ask your DnigKlst for it. l'rico 50 cU
I'repared only by JACOB S. MEHRELL.
Wholesnl Brnggtut, 8T.
N K W A I) V K h i I S K M K N I S .
(.on. pay for Aiotit". fin.) lot jumper month
innde eli;ic. our line liook and lilble-r Writetu
J. M. 'ThliY 4 ;IA, Chicago, III.
( l l)S -f-''U' tii ,Tl deaiuiiii). SomelhlnK
. 1 food. Mailed on receipt of H rents
"tamp. IIEAKNK A ( Q . ,(, u0I l 8;,N.Y.
Kly's Ci'eam Balm,
PNcliUAIXEUforCOIJ) In the HEAD,
cream llalmh,i tallied an ouviable reputation
herever known ; dlKplaeing all oi her preparations.
Send forein:ulr containing full inform-tlon and
rePahle ti Mtimouials. By mail, prepsil. Ml cent a
park stamp received. Hold by all wholenale
and retail drncslts. ELY'S '.' K E A M UAI.M CO.,
(ie:o, New Y rk.
A I Kfr WITHOUT A TEACH Kit! Super's
Jl --''v; lntntitaneoii((iuide to Keys or 1'lano
' auiKirean. I'rtrefl. Will tearhsuy pron
to plai -ii piece of iniimc in one day. You could
imt li'ur.. u Irom a teacher iu a niouih for $Jo. Try
it r.u I be convinced. NainpU; copy wil, he mailed
lo ni v adilro on receipt of i5 cent in stamps by
IIEAKNK A CO., I'liblmhers, P.O. HoxllS,-,N.Y.
,(v. !.i YiU.I MKS the choicest literature of the
world, tut) page catalogue free. Lowest, prices
vier known. NOT sold by ilea ers. Sent for ex
iiniina ion bcf.,re payment on evidence of good
faith .loIIN B. AI.DUN, I'ubllnber, 18 Ve-cy
St., X. Y. 1'. O. Hex I.J7.
One of Tlirse Mistakes (?) Which are
More Frequent than I'rolitable.
"W'hv. my child, this I not ISRN'SON'S CAP
('IXi I'OKOLS I'LAS I Eli," fall s father to his
little daughter, after examining a package she had
jus. Iirought from Ihe drug store.
"Uu't it. Pa? I'm sorry, hut I asked Ihe man lor
lien-iin'i' I know 1 did, and he took the ua ceuts
you cave me to pav for It wilh," exclaimed the
ihilil positively. "Sluybe the drug man made a
"I Ii go round myself and see," was tb centle-
man's cemment, as he donned hi coat aud bat.
"w nyci in t you send me ltensou s piaster, ln
etei'il of lliis cheap and trastiy thin; ?''
"Why, 1 thousht tb it would suit yon Just t
"Von thought! yon tliongbt! What business
have yon to think? I don't pay you for thinking,
hut lor tilling my order," said the indignant caller.
coiuiniptucusly. "There! take that thing back
mill give me my money, I'll set what 1 want
017 St. Chf.r!es SU'ect, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A viilar ft r.Tl nnt of tunmi'illral
eiilii-i'es. has in en Pinter enga.'ed in Hip ti eal
lei nt i" t 'liroiiic. Ncrvonn, slim ami
IUo.nl IMsi .i.hs lleiii anv nihi r I'ln sli'lmi In
St. Louis, as rtiv vmn rs skw ami ail old re'i.
! in - Ki'ow. ( 6'.i-iililloii .1 omeeorfey mall,
freiaiel inlt,.ii. A irleu.l'y laik or h l oplnlf.n
rusts uoilitiu,'. hen II is ineonvniletit tovlilt
he c ily .ur tri iitim iil, ineilielnes ran lie sent
.y mall or express i vervivhere. Curaide la-e
f ii r.iiii I; wheri' doiiln e.vists It ts iVauLly
Haled. Can or Write.
Nervous Prustratioa, Debility, Mental and
riiyjiira! Weakness, Mercurial and othfr
litter ti ins uf Throat, Skin and tones, Blood
I:ppur:ties and Blood roiscning, Skin Affoo
lions, 01d Sorea and Uleers, Impediments to
MarriMja, Rheumatism, Piles. Special
attention to casus from over-gpfkad braic.
SIjEGICAI. CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, ExiiesseSj
hdui,!ijf?s or ExposurrJ.
I' ' ! .1 that n plivsli-laii pavlnir,
p:o !i-ie.i,- i i i i , 1 1 . n pi a class of eaes attains
creat j-1. lit, iml pin sf:oi-in reirnlar prael ire
nl1. over the cminlrv knim ing this, iieipiently
reroimiiend i asrsto "the olili st oilire In Ani'Tlra
where every known applianre is reioited lo,
'. 1 the pi-ov.l nxiil i-iiii(1ih of all
aue and i-oiiiit rien arv itsi'il. A. w hole house I'
iisr.l lorolliee piiriwi. and all aretrrntrd with
sl.HI III n re.:r-iMfnl manner: anil, knowing
whit lo do. no .'VpiTl mints nre made. Hilar,
roiiii: oi' the gie.it iiiinilier npplyliiii. the
rli.iii.'i'; are kept liov. ufin lower than Is
ili iaaiiili il liv others If von mriire the skl'l
ami u-t a i dv and perfn-l lite rule, that i)
the 1 1 1 1 1 ii i' 1 1 1 li i -i 1 1 it . I' jniplilel. M pages
seal lo any addrcli free.
plateV ! MARRIAGE GUIDE. ! pages.
Klrcint plolh ai!l cilt l-liiTI njr Fs1h., for W
r iiil hi ir nir'iii-v ( vrr til'tv wou-
t'rrdil ;it'ii pifttiri s true to lit"' , nvti.-lfs m tlin
trn i li ir Mll'JrrtH. Iin lUHV In.HTV, W'llnlMlt;
vh ' I'rojior net1 t'Mii.irrv, ' V ho nuiiTv Mrnt.
Ji;i!if.'Mt, WiHii.Tiihoi.'l, l'h iji'sl rliM-jiv, Who
ilmuM inari V. limv (n't' ;hm1 i:i.iiupM limy hi
jii.-ri 'fM'.l. 'l'!ir, murrtiil or nuitt-nit'lnt litif
lM;iriiii site in 11 rein. it. 1 1 fmt;M lo In r'il
nv all .iiltilt i-i'i -s'Mi-, iin n k i-t n n-li-r l-n k H?fl
K v. 1 ' i n i ; r t illtinii. Mine ar titn i, hut uitT
ifuv.T ;it. ;'"UpaK' Ji5 Ct'Ut b UJitil, in Uiuiiti
WP MI.-iv ihr !,vf rrariH hmj rs.m.f IJntrComplalnl'
Pv.1 t-M, s.i k M.'iiihi., In.i.;iinn, -.iuni ttiiin orl'oitivviivi,
umiiiial cute with Wi .t'i i.l.l, I.,rer 1 nil, lili Hie dlr.--llnr.isr'
;.-MIv cunifilwd 1lU. Thev nr pnrrlv I etffUliI. nl
tirwf.1! i.i irlro (ilKfMtlpn. Fn;sr ronteil. lam Win. inn
imnii e ;-i j,.)!., f,nl. Fur i.iia l y til liniBiilili. Ihowt of
teunlrrr ... , Imiiati.mi. T!,t rulne n'rinftu--,l ptilv by
JOHN C. lr A I II, 1,1 4 W. u,Iimi Si., riikt
lri U .1 m. in y U1J1 ,.r,,,a. l n..t:i,luf J cm
Du !. C. Wkst's Ni.uvr and Hiimn TttfUT.
Mi"M', ii K.mr.aiili'isl (tpeeiUn fur Iljateriii, livzu
tiew,, ( 'imviilsioim, rite, Norvoun NeunilKin,
Heeil-u he, NorvoiiM Pront nat ion rmiM-il by I bo use
of nli'iilii-il or loluiciai, WnkofulnesH, Mental Vo
predion, HnftiuiinK of tho Unuii reRiiltiint in in-
wiuity nnd leiuliiiK to niisnry, Ueeny nnu oemii,
l'reiiinturn Did Ao, Itarrennei-H, l.oefl of power
in either sex, Involuntary Inezes nml Himrnnit
nrrliivu rnuseil liy iivr-exoi lion of tholiniiti, eelf-lil.ie-o
or (iver-iniliilirencn, Kaieli box contiiins
nun iinuilli'a trtMilmoiit. $I.OIi liux.or eix boxes
foi l'i.tm.Kent liymiol pnipauloii nsseiptof price.
Illi (.rAI(ATKK HIV 1IOXKM
To euro nny num. With enrli onlor rea'oiveil liyue
for mx boxen, iieeonipniiieil with .i.U, wo will
naiil tho purchaser nur written KiiHniuteo tit re
fund Iho money if Iho tmitmont dooii not etlecl
a euro. (JuariiiituiHS inaueil only by
IIAURV W. SCIIUII
Driinnisi, Cor. Commercial ave. A Win i ., Cairo
Ititiiliiro poltlvlv Pured hv Dr. Pierce's Patent
MiiKiietle El'ttMu Truu. liriiilsl InvsnOoaol tha
Jit Ii IVnturv On I.t Kvuiilim tllwtrin Xruas in Ills world.
cully rum Jlornln. (Ivsr W Uiidieal Cnrts-fffrictwl.
tr nLiitluit. Mill iiroimrlr rulalo and radi-
Ilead what Dr. linn. Slmms, n( New Vork, Ihe ra
nnwned PhyslnKDnml.l,, wrllxa Aue 'JX. INH2. "Tbasnnt
nnd eouiiilsloe' n your IMntinetio 1 niss rtwiUxl on ma
Ii nur Him Is wrmani.nt, (or which 1 shall ever ra
mJo HntUliil." .1. HIMMS, M. l. far iwrtlrnlara
UnM VAWBTIOKllASTtO TRUSS OO.,
1? N SUUl Utraa. Hi. Louia, Wo.
A liowriful preparation coiu-
(wsea mostly oi Essential Oils
Tho most penetratinir Liniment
knonii. Sbconeentrated thatn
Penetrate to the very Bona,
It will nnt Hod ninthln-.
Back, Cramps, Tooth-Ache.
nu any part ol the hystem
LOUIS, MO 1
Tone, Taucli, Workmanship & EnralJility
WIMJ41I lf.inK & CO.
Non. 3d. mil. iiil Went Kiiltlmore Street, Bait Inn rn
No. i;i Fifth Ave inii., Sew York.
I jlVuKl'tS. No publicity; reeidenls of any
' Mate. Desertion, Non Suppit. Advice anil
applications for stamp. W. 11. LEE. Att'y,
Proirtway. N. V.
ryo ADV'K KT I!S EKS. Lowest rates for advertis-
inirtn 70 food newspapers sent fres. Addrcsa
liEO. I'. ROWEI.L CO.. IU Spruce St.. N. Y.
I have known and watched the use of Swift's
r- peclllc for ever llfty yearn, and have never krown
or heard ofa failure to euro i loud I'olsoa when
properly taken I need it on mv servants from
ISM) to IRti"), as did alo a number of my neighbors,
and iu every case that came within my knowledge
it Heeled a cure. In all my life 1 have never known
a remedy that wottld so fully accomplish what it Is
rtci mmended to do.
II. L. DENNAKI), Perry, Ga.
I havo known and ued Sw t's Specific for more
than twenty years, and have seen more wonderful
results from its use limn from any remedy In or
out of the rharmacepii'ia. It is a crtaln and safe
antidote to all sorts of Blood Polsoe
J. DICKSON SMITH, M.D.
Hie Great Drue tfonse of Chicago.
We do not hesitate to say that for a year past
we ravo sold more i.t Swilt'g Specific (S. 8. 8.)
than all other IHood Purirters comb ned, and with
most astonishing results. One trentlen sn who
usi d half a dozen bottles save that It has done him
more Rood than treatment which cost him 81, UK).
Another who has used It for a Scrofulous allllction
tcpotts a permanent cure from its use.
VAN S1IAACK, STEVENSON Si CO.
Will be paid to any Chemist wlio will find, on an
alysts or 100 bottles S. S. 8., one particle of Mer
cury, Iodide Potassium, or any mineral substance.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
Ilrnwer :t, Atlanta, (la.
Cr-Write for the Utile- book, which wiil be
Price: Small si.e, tl. IK) ner bottle
(holding doiililo qtiantityi, jl. 75 bottle. All Drug.
gists sell it
1 30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK.
o,M?o oAIVV 5LAfi,
FOR SALE BY
If. Steaoala & Co., Cairo, III
PUOrRIETOH OF HPHOAT'B PATENT
Wholenalo Dealer in Ico.
ICF, Ii Y THE CAU LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING
Oar Loads a Specialty.
O IT it1 1 ((J nj i
Cor, Twelfth Street and Leyee,
PENNSYLVANIA MILITARY ACAD'MY
CIIE8TKR. B.il year open Septombor lata.
Building new. Superior appointments Civil Rn
ginoerlng. Chemical, Collatate, English Counwa.
Circulars of P. W. Barclay, Km., W. P. Ilallldav.
Col. T1UO. UTATT, rmV
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