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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 17, 1883.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Headache, Tootluchs,
Sore Throat, StwellinK. ;iilna, BruUea,
Htsrns. SraliU. 'ro llitt-n,
4SD ILL GIMf.U III til 1 1. V l'll Ull JllllS.
04 by Druggists kbl llMior. r.rl,-n. VIJ Ci-aiss tools
DlrreOrr, Iq 11 l.ir.f jaf .
Till! H Hl.f . V04.Kl.ril CO.
i-HK,lLLtli .it,..rt Mi.. l.,
A Valuable Deovery fir auuplylng Magnetism to
tha Unman Bye em Kleculclty and Magnetism
u lllaed a ne.ver before for Heailngtbe sick.
THU MVQSiTOS APPLIANCE CO.'S
Magnetic Kidney Belt!
FOR MEN 18
WARRANTED TO CURE,.!
ir Ktrrso d ibo following diseases wuhotr med-
ICint PAIS IK TBI BACK, H.'Pf, HJC.DOH LIMB,
WIBVOe DEBILITY, LPil 8 HCBiL V. UTt,
nuirMTUM, fi.uj.y-i, jtit-kuieu, south,
DIIEltti or TBI K.IkIT -,SnAL D .A1E. TohvFlQ
l-rvxe, Oi.ot, SemKei Kmlsi.ons, lm(jotency,
An b ma, lira t l i ,r, Dvpep a. Constipation.
Brvaipe , Indigeeiloo. Uernia or etupture. Cat
arrh, Vllea, hpllepsy, i omb Ainio, ate.
Whn any debtiltv of tbe (iKSKKATrV OR
GANS occur; I.oel Vita Ity, Lac of Nerve Force
anri Vie ir, eating e ikui, and al. those Dis
ease of a personal nature, trotn whatever came,
toeeootinaon at-oe n of mvgnetlsin permu ng
through th part, must ruwr them to a healthy
action. There la do ralstaia about tb.a App.i
euc. TO THE L ADIES: I'r&t"
Weakne of the plne Falling of the Womh,
Lencerrhnaa, Chronic lnflramition or C'eentton
of (be Womh, Ice! inta Uo n rrbage or Flooding,
Plt,fal, hupprnn d and Im-cular Menstruation,
Barretine-. and Change of Life, this le the Bet
A tip IjLCh iod Curat ve Aeent koown.
For a I torm of KeiDt'" 0, leu (lia ! I unsar-pa-sod
hy a tritDK lefore Inv uled, b th at a
earetWe ag-int and aa i our e of power ai.d vital
liailun. Price of either B-P with Magnetic Inaoles, flu,
Mat by expre- 0 0. I). n t eitniuailon al
low, d or ny mall on receipt of price In ordering
tend measure of waUt and elie of shoe Remit
taucecan bo made la curreucy, aeot in letter at
Tbe Kagnet'c Garment" are edapred to all ages,
are worn "Ver ta-i unlerclotuin (n t next to the
body lk'i the many i!4nl: and Beetle Hum
bug edvril d to extnnalveiv). anl tbomd be
Uk n '.ff at nicht. The? bold their POWttK
VoKEVKK. and are worn at ail sta-on of f.e
8eud Mian f ir the "Hew nprfiro In Medical
Treatment Witao it Medlome." wan thouaande of
THE MAGSETON APPUAHK CO.,
1118 Stale Street, Chicago. 111.
Voti. . en4 one dol ar In pon aiju tnp or
enrreocr (in le'.ter at our r!k) win t(e ol ehoe
nanaliy worn, and trr a pair of our Magnetic In
eolee. and he convinced o' tbe power rweldlos In
oo r other Miaetlc Appliance. Po-itlvlr do
cold feet when they are worn, or money refunded.
The Daily Bulletin.
OFFICE: NO. 78 OHIO LKVEF..
OFFICIAL PA PKK OF ALEXANDER COCMTT
BNTBttED AT THB CAIRO POSToFriCE FOB
TKA58MI8?r0N THROUGH THB MAILS AT
SECOND CLASS BATES.
LIST OF LETTEKS REMAINING UNCALLED
FOR IN THE I'OSTOKFICB AT CAIRO. ILL.,
IatckdaT, vovember 17, 1883.
Sarah Arnold, Felia Bright, Louisa M
Anderson, Susan Browu, Melouia Baker,
Lula Brown, Lizi Brown, Addie Beans,
Mary Chamber!1, Cora Davis, Sailie Elder,
Minna B Edmos, Annie Freeman, Viola
Hedson, Bell Henderson, Kenors Jones,
Cyntbia Johnion, Moley Kunckles, Lucre-
tia More, H C Marten, 8 A Nicholas, 8a
die Ross, Femnia Taylor, Catberean Thorn'
as, Sirah Stewart, Fanny Staler, Emma
Spurlock, Dor SheaffeT, Allic Simpson
Mollie White, Mary Ward, N Warte, Eliza
John Eenzel, FE B gaut, C F Bobnnn
Henry Clavis, Stephen, Copelsnd, Robert
Cooper, Pbil.ip Coury.Jauus Cur:is. Joseph
Calhound, James W Clurk. J D Chapman
Henry Clark, Ed Carter Geo Dean S
Davis, Richard Dowell, Dmd Douley, Wm
G Fox, P J Fahey, Euean Fitspatrick, L
W Garner, Jim Gracison, H Garben, Q o
Garret, F W H Houry, T Holland, J J Hug
Geo Uubbord, L A Hener. Rob't Jimmer
son, James Johnson, Wm Ken, Wra Kenila
Wm Ktse, Jacob Kisler, R B Lynch, D W
Lyons, Will Mayer, Thomas McCable, Jas
McCrave, John Mack, Frank Mitchel, Chag
Martin (2), Alex McGee, John Molan, Jas
O Conneli, Geo Parks, E S Pallock, George
R Robinson, John Sponer, Jacob Schraacke
Charley Straton, D Samuls, J W Tylor,
Jack Thoin, Will Williams, T F White,
PC Wright, J D Williams, Henry Wago
nor, Frank Ward, E A Ward, D Weaver.
Persons calling for tbe above mentioned
will please say advertised.
Wm, M. Morpht, Postmaster
First. Assistant Postmaster-Genera
Hatton's annual report for the year ending
June 30th, gives some interesting statistics
Tho whole number of postotBces June 30th
was 42,853, an increase of 1,632. Pennsyl
vania, with 3,716, had the largest number
of any state or torritory ; New York came
pext with 8,082, and Ohio third with 2,720
Tho largest increase in any state or torrij
tory was in Dakota, 172, and the smallest
was in Rhode Island, which showed a gaii
of one office. Lancaster county, Pennsyl
vama, had 158 offices, the larger-1 number
of any county in tbe United States. The
whole number of presidential offices was
2,143, of which New York has 207. The
number of money order offices was 5 857,
an ii cn ae of 491. The total expmHiture
for supplies wag $111,027, and lock boxes
are in use at 6,700 offices. The Aggregate
sum of tbe auuual salaries of the 2,143
presidential postmasters amounts to f 3,750,
000, which will be increased to $4,000,000
this year. Mr. Hatton recommends an ad
ditional free delivery up to 10 p. m. by the
affixing of a special stamp in addition to
tbe ordinary postage stamp, and tno em
ploymentof boys for that purpone, and also
a reduction in local pa.
Tbe Baptist Oenetal Association, oi
Illinois, at its recent meeting, adopted the
"Resolved, That we regnd the constiu
ticnul prohibition of the manufacture and
sale of Intoxicating drinks in our state is a
oeceseity, and that our most earnest eff orts
shall be constantly given to secure a vote of
tbe people upon this question, as far as
possible snpttrate and apart from all parti
san political complications.
Resolved, Thit should the two ttreat po
litical partita which divide the suffrages of
tbe people neglect or refuse to incorporate
into their platform the principle of prohibi
tion, it may eoon become tha duty of all
Christiins to give their earnest political
support to a third party which shnll give
promise of greater fidelity to the interests of
humanity aod ihn cause of God."
The Baptist General Assembly of Illinois
seems to have discovered all at once that it
is one of the special missions of the church
in this country to dicta'e to political par
ties what they shall advocate and what n' t.
If this doctrine is carried to its logical re
sult, Btptist pu'pits will be transformed
into rostrums, preachers will give place to
ward politicians, "the gospel of Christ and
him cruiifie 1" to political harangues and
exhortations to voters to cast their ballots
with this or that political organi
zation. The Btptist General Assem
bly of Illia-jis may not be
entirely wrong, but we opine thit its
liscovery will meet witli little endowment
from the mtfse who brlieve in the sepirs-
tiou of church and state.
The Way to Cook Oysters.
The outer i eaten in a variety ol
styl'-r. He will b'f eaten to-day fried,
broilod, Ktewnd, sti-ani'-d, scalloped and
raw. Some people in Chicago eat them
pickled. No matt-T, Hik-figx) is young
yet and will !:irn bettor alter awhile.
wealthy and (iiterpriisinp a city can
not remain forever uncivilized." The
best way to eat oy.t .t is in the old
fashioned Maryland st'.-w. Shuck youi
oysters, ud on pain of di-ath. let not a
drop of watr or milk tourii thorn. Let
tjem repose for a few moments in their
own liquid, while you cut up a very
small quantity of fat, new bacon, with a
shred here and there of lean with it.
About 8n ounce of baron to a quart ol
oyst"r. Ham ir not the best. n itbcr i
midlinjr; good, now shoulder is tho arti
cle. Pvt th' bacon in a frying-pan and
heat rapidly over a vigorously burning
lire. When the bacon is done to a crisp
pour in the oystern. M w for two min
utes aud a half or three, no longer.
Pepper to suit tat-te while Mewing, U
the oysters are good s:ilt-wat?r bivalves,
they need no .-.nit. Then pour out and
eat," thank i'xl you live in a land where
the art of cooking oy.ters projvrly ii
not v hi lor-t." If you eat oyster.5
ccKtked in "this style you will never eat
them in any otln'r way if you can help
it. Wnshhij'nn lispiihliran.
W. F. Laibdis, river editor ot Tbs BrxLKTin
and ateamboat pe.-ien.rer scent. Order for all
kind of steamboat Job printing eollclted. Office
al Bower's European Hotel. No. TJ Ohio levee.
The City of B .ton Rogue departed for
New Orleans at 3 p. m. yesterday. She had
a fair trip of freight and good passenger
list. Among ber passengers were a bridal
par'y from Paducah Mr. Henry Lunjstaff
and Miss Ins Qiigley, accompanied by
quite a number of Paducah $ elite society
The City of New Orleans arrived here at
4 p. m. yesterdiy. She discharged 1,600
bales of cotton and departed for St. Louis
at 7 p. m.
The Ohio is falling slowly at Cincinnati
aud Louisville. Weather still continues dry
and cold, with 21 feet 4 inches on the
gauge here and rising.
The Ch'irles Morgan, in her new outfit
is due this morning from Cincinnati. Site
will take freight and people here to-day ft
New Orleans and way points.
The reliable and popular packet Hudson
will report here this evening for St. Louis
For particulars see W. F. Lunbdin, Agt
Toe 8te. Genevieve from St. Ljuis is due
to-night tor Memphis.
The Cons. Millar from Cincinnati, J. D
Moore, mss'er, is due to-night for Memphis
The Ella Kimbrough lelt for Osceola yes
terday at 4 :30 p. m. She had a fair trip.
The Will Kyle, over-due from New Or
leans, will arrive here to-day on her way to
The Belle of Bhreveport for New Orleans
The Henry A. Tyler from Memphis is due
to-morrow night for Paducah.
Wm. Lupton, an old Ohio river pilot, was
in town yesterday.
The Thos. Means passed up for St. Louis
The City of Vicksburg leaves 8t. Louis
this evening for Vicksburg.
The W. P. Halliday leaves 8t. Louis this
evening for New Orleans.
The City of Providence from Vicksburg
is due to night for St. Louis.
The Latest Postal Card.
The U. 8. Postal Card Supt., D. O. Judd.
Esq , has uced the great pain-banisher, St,
Jacobs Oil, with special benefit in neuralgia.
Advice to Mothers
Are you disturbed at night and broken
ot your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of culling teeth? If so,
send at once and get a bottle ot Mrs. Wins-
low s Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing, Its value is incalculable. It will re
liove the poor little sufferer immuJ-
ately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhreu, regulatea the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins-
low's Soothing Syrup tor Children Teething
is pleisant to the taste, sod is the prescrip
tion of one of the oHest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States,
and is forsale by all druggists throughout
trie world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Malaria positively cured with Emory's
Htandard Cure Pills, a never-tailing reme
dy; purely vegetable, contain no quinine,
sugar-coated 25 cents (6)
Very Well Put.
Why do we defer till to-morrow what we thonld
do ti,-da? W hy do we t,eu ect a r. nun till It
throw u Into coummptlon. and cou-urn tlon
nring- u tothenriveT UK. wjl, uulk bal
6AM la aure t cur if la eo In eeaton It b e
never been kuuwn to full V It thoioogMy. c
corclng to d.rrtloj. Penoer til thed'-eafe
a cmq ierea, ae it ia curtain to lie. even 11 u anon u
onir a dnzun tvuiee. There la no netter mt-dl-
cite for puliLonary d'aordera bo i evcrwnire.
Baker's Palu Panacea
Ieonnofthe b-it Linlrn-eu pntup. It I a real
pain ki ler.ai.Q neeiro) - pain, wiitioi-r ibt-rnai or
exiernil, henevr n-td. Itiimhcen a iinnnard
remedy for the paet thirty or 1,-rty jeara.
Town'.ey'i Toothache Anod ne cure Inatantij-.
Cleanliness and purity make Puker's
Hair Balsam the favorite for restoring the
youthiul color to gray nmr.
J T' e of Charge.
All persons suffering In-m Coughs, Cold,
Asthma, Bronchitis, L-ss of Voice, or an af
fection ot the Throat and L'-ngs, are re
quested to call at Birclny Bros' drug
store and get a trial bottle ot Lr. King o
ew Discovery for Consumption, free nf
charge, which will convince them ol its
wonderful merits and show what a regular
dollar-size bottle w:ll do. Call early. (3i
To all who are suffering from the errors
ind indiscretion of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that wilier"; you, free
OF charge. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a se.l-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Joseph T. Inman, Station D., New York
None But Mrst Cla8 Goods.
In Watches, Jewelry and Silverware 'one
should have the best or none. Messrs.
Shcrley & Co., Ch.cgo, are m iking a
specialty ol flue goods, and if you need
anything in Watche-, in "U6t aQJ witer
proof cases, Solid Silver or I riple Plated
Ware, Solid Gold or Rolled Gold Jewelry,
send to Sliurley & Co., they will send a
single article at tho dozen price. They are
vouched for and endorsed by the United
States Express Co., American ixiires Co.,
Southern Express Co., F. W, Palmer, Post
master of Chicago, Gen'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 & 0., i7 State
Street, Chicago, 111. Send for their new
AND BKACTIFCLLT ILLUSTRATED CATALOG IF.
Do Sot Be Deceived.
In these times of quack medicine adver
tisements everywhere it is truly gratifying
to find one remedy that is worthy of praise
and which really does as recommended.
Electric Bitters we can vouch for as being
a true and reliable remedy, aud one that
will do as recommended. They invariably
cure Stomach and Liver Ootnplaintc, Dis
easeeof the Kidnevs and Urinary diffi
culties. We know whereof we speak, and
can readily say, cive them a trial. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle bv Birclay Bros. (3)
KucKien's Arnica salve
The Best Salve In the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped nands, Chilblains,
Corns. and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents por Ixx. For sale by Barclay
Nervousness, Nervous Debility, Neural
gia, Nervous Shock, 8 Virus Dance
Prostration, and all diseases of Nerve Gen
erative Organs, are all permanently and
radically cured by Alien's Brain Food, the
trreat botanical remedy, $1 pkg , 6 for $5.
To The West.
There are a number ot routes leading to
the above-nentioned section, but the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Lou'u and
over the Missouri Pucitic Railway. Two
trains daily are run trotn the Uratid Union
Depot, 8 tnt Louis to Kmisas Ci'y, Leiven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph aud Omaha.
Pull man pilace Sleeping Cars ol the ver)
Crept unke are attached to U trairiR.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passeiikr' rs
for Kansas, Colorant), New Mexico and Cal-f-.rnin
"""""jet with expies trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express tram for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland trail for California.
This line offers to parties enroute to the
West and Northwest, tiot only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send fur
illustrated maps, pamphlets, 4c, of th if
line, which will bo mailed free.
C. B. Kikhan, F. Chandler,
Ass't Gen'l Pas. Ag-nt. Oen'l Pass Asrent,
By vlrtno of an exeontlon Is-ued ont of the
clerk's office of the clicnit conn of Alexandercoan
ty and etate of IlKnole, and to me directed, where
by I am commanded to make the amount of a cer
tain Judgment roouutly obtained againet B nry
Hnnaaker bifore A t omiugs, Esq., nollco magi
trate In and fo- tLe city of Cairo lu raid county and
state in favor of Jacob Ba ger, out of the land",
tenement, good nd cbattula of the eald Henry
Bunakor, I have levied on the following de
scribed proterty, to-wlt: Lot numbered tlx (8). In
block numbered twoOJ), In the ton of Handurkv.
In the county of Alexander and ttnte ofllllnol.
Therefore, according to aald comma"!, 1 snail
expose for talu at public a ctln, all the tight,
title and Interest of the above named Henry nun
faker In and to the above ueaerlhed property,
t 11 o'clock a.m , on Friday th Huth day of Novem
ber,l88S, at tbe westerly door ol the court house. In
Dated st Cairo, 111 , this 6th dav of November, lb8S.
,..., JOHN HODGE8.
llOMwd BherltT Alexander Connry.
of tbe condoned ne of tner-nry and r otaeh for the
tr-aiment of B ood and skin dlrea-e thev never
cure, and near yala a Injure or totally ru n the
general b' a in.
A WELL KNOWN DRUGGIST.
Mv drniMto-A w ti-. .. Hr m.-ti kuir.'a gr,m.
It Wait thrn tint ID til nnart hntllrl mh rh mlri uir
iS.Outarb. 1 bave aoen a (treat m my caee cured
byitue, and aome who tud trl.d all norm nf
treatment, in fact I have i ever known It to fall
when taken n ope.ly. I mil a 1 rte quant. tT of It,
and for a I dlseaeet that are depedenl ou blocd
puleon or Mn l.um. r. Ii cur.-
rixi-LEi inn a o chei oh TBI amw.
snd makr ib rompli-xiou fair and rtwy. A for
blood tain , there le no auch word aa fail. It cun'
case 'hnt have l.,nn wl'.b-tood other orta of treat
ment, and wl bant any of thoe recurring lroullee
that generally follow mercurial and other o
called cnie. T L. MASSE NBUKQ,
For yea-a I wm afflicted with Dry Tet er of the
H't't ohtlnate tne. V in atert
hv mac y of tbe
nem fuyawian; took quant Hie or mercnri . potanh
an i ar-eiilr, which, ineitad of Hiring the Tetter,
crippled me up wi'h mlntrel poUon and rbenma-Vrta-
1h 'letter cott nued to grow worae, and
the Itching ilmmt made me crefv. In tblec.n
ditl .n I n- Induced to take ! lit'. Sperlnc ' d
tb.i remit wa- a-t.,nlbli g a tta gr tifyt g In
aftwi'ontli tho letter wae entjruly wall: tb
vcrcurlai i oieonlnir a l out of niy t m and I
wa a w,OI m .n and due ou!y to awift'a (Jporlflc.
Ail the Kutlerem-hould take it
JAMES Ul NMNG, Len'avllle, Ey.
WHAT A PHYSICIAN SAYS.
Oypre Hldge, Monroe Co. , Ark , I
Jaly ft), 13 3. t
I have a hrk'ht 1 ttla daughter who will lie two
year old next m ntn. She has he 'n troubled
ueir 7 ever im- - nor nirtn wi a a aiiin dneaie
wh cb I Qrnt d!atEOtfd rhlrken-pox, but later
l i'icd It to be me rt of emeiL: -1 any rntelt
ea eted very etuhri'.rnly all tbo diff-ren tr at-
menl- I purcba-ad one notilc or Swl t t-,itcl flc
and gave ;t to her l'i t" al d an hre- ilrn-a a dav
and In ahorth, e bad tbe atlfaCHou to re
tRt h" wa-entirely veil. I t0 welipeaid
with It effect on her that I r-hall not or.lv use It In
mv nraetice, but 1 fbail anm'nlrpr 1 to mv other
ch'hlren and taae It myelf W. E. Bhomt, M 0.
Our tree Ire on Blocd and Skin Dlaeasee mailed
free to apiiilcat.ta .
lur, ctvii i srsi inu ci.,
Wafers Atan'a. Ga.
A Jsew and complete Ilitel. fronting o
Second and Railroad Street.
Tho Passenger D''pnt of tae Chicago, St. Ion
ard .tew Orleans: Illinol" Central; Valiarh, sli
Lome and Pacific; lion Mountain and Southern,
Mobile and Obto; Cairo and St. Louis lUiiwavi
are all Just ac-nn the atrtet; while the Steamba'
Landu g le lint one fnare dletant,
Tbi Hotel l heated by steum. has rteHrn
Laundry, Hydraulic Elevator, Electric full H;i
Automatic Kire-Alarmt. Bathe, abpolutuly pure air
perlect sewerage and complete appointments.
beperb furnishing; perfect frvtce; and an ur
.. P PAWKKHAr '.. Tnmon
r-i ZJ rr
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3 a 5 zi
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SIl'l'i Al. Alll vH'lfcn.
gUREKA! EUREKA! !
SUBSTITUTE FOR LIKK INSl'l
WIDOWS' & OI.TIIAXS'
Mutual Aid Society.
orjranlml .Inlv Uth, lit7, liuler the I,n
the State of Illinois. Cupvrlstlited ,lult
9, 1877, tinier Actol t'ongrtss.
JAS. S. McOAHET..
J. 11. KOHISSUN....
J. A. UULoSI'INK..
W. H. vtAKKAN I
J 8. PKTrilE f '
ED. II . WHITE
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.... Medical Advixei
Wm F. PITC" EH, L.S.THOMAS,
W.C.JOCKLYN. F. VINCENT,
WILL T. BEDBLKN.
BOARD OF MANAOKR8:
J. A. Ooldetlne, of (loldntlne A Itoaenwater. whole
ale and retail dry good, etc. ; Jas. 8. McOahey
lumber dealer; Wm. F. Pitcher, general a?uut;
Albert Lewi, dealer in flour and grain; L. S.
Thouia. bricklayer; Moae Phillip, con ra.ior
and builder; II. A. Chuuhley, grocer: Tho.
Lewie, eocretarv and attorney-at-law: A. H.
Marean, Hmugpathlc physician; H Ha der. of
HaLdor Bon. grocer; R, H. Balrd, ttrtto luper
vior; Ed H. Wblto, a't sec. W. A O. M. A. Bo
cloty; J. W. Spier, lumber and . w-mlll; K. L.
Gerntgon, barber; E B Dietrich, clerk W 8t. L.
4 P. B. K-; M. Kobier. merchant tailor: Jen" M.
Clark, dealet tn wall-paper and window ahadu; J.
E. Knglleh, contractor and builder; WiUT. Ked
bnrn.of Morse A Redbtirn, cigar manufacturer;
F. Vincent, dealer lu lime a d cement; L A.
Pheipe, vhototraphor; W.C. Jocehn, dentiet; 8
B.Taber, mfg. jeweler; J. H. Itohlnaon, J. P. an l
notary public; J. 8. Putne, phvclan; II. W.
Boatwlck, Insurance agent: K. E. Jarhoe. foreman
bt. Ga main, and R S. Walbridge, lumber and
aaw-mlll, of Cairo; H. Lelghton, caahttr Nat.
Bnk,8turt, Iowa; Kev. F. A. Wfllttiriou, Prvor
org, Kr J W. Tarry, pbvalclan. Fulton, Ky.
V'tV:'.,--j.; -'.?- ii
Wm. Ludwio' & Co.,
NO. 119 COMMERCIAL AVENUE, CAIRO, ILL.
Highest Market Trices raid for
Hides, Furs, Wool, Beeswax and Tallow.
Wm. Ludwie: & Co.
rr w ukui b oppueu to tue sunaee
. . 77
,mu uiuitnt iniannr KEUEVa rAiw: it will not Soli Clothlair
nor dlacolor the Skirt, or leave dlsagreoable effects of any kind. It
has no equal for the Core of Rhonraatlsm. Spralaa. Brnlaea.
Stiff Joints. Nenralfiia. XiAcie
Sore Throat, Pains in the Limbs or In any part of the System
aim is enuauy euicncinus lor an pains in urn Btomacn ana Eowels.
retiulrlng a powertul diffusive stimulant. Hce .Merrill' Almanne.
Ask your Druggist for It. Mce 50 ets per bottle
Prepared only by JACOB S. MERItELL,
Waoleealo Drogirurt, 8T.
GnotPay fpr Agenta. J100 to $J iper mnnth
made e V.m our fine Book and Blblesr Write to
J.C M Cl'HDV A CO., Chicago, 111.
V A IM iS -''hetlc-, (1 deign). Snmethlng
ailUl' g'od. Mailed on re.-e'pt of 0 ceot-i
In r-tttiu ie. HKAKNE U , P.O. Poi 1 87.S.Y.
Elys Cream Balm,
C.V .CALLED for COLD la the HEAD.
' ream Ba m has gained an enviable reputation
wber ver know i;d!'aelng a 1 0' her preparation,
hend for clrcu ar containing full luform tlo and
rel able uatiwon ais Hy mall, nre aid. 50 cents a
pu k-tii ftamtia rerled. hold hy a'l wholesale
i-na retail oru-rgt. Is. &LX 9 He. An UAI.Jl CO.,
Owego, Xe Y rk.
ITIC Wl' BOUT A TKACHF.RI Soper'a
J I ' 1" Inetn' taneou tiiilde to Kevs of Piano
andOraan. Price $1. win teach nv peron
tO l 0 p'ece nf mntic in one dav Yon could
not (ear u imm a 1 1 cber tn a month for fa). Try
11 and be convinced bamp e copy wil he mailed
ronnv arti.re- on receipt of 25 cetilaln lainp hy
BCAtlM, lu , rub lnber. r, O BOX 148 , S.l.
snnvy) VOLUMES th cholecnt 1 terature ot the
world. 100 pane eta ogne tree Lowest price
ever known. NOTeold by dea er. 8eni for ex
amina lou hef re 1 avmant ou evidence of good
faith JtiHN B. ALDDX, Pabllsher, 18 Ve-ey
Bt.. y. Y. P. U. Box U.T.
One of Th se Mi-takes (P) Which are
More Fieque'it than Profitable.
"Whv, my child, thl Ik not BEN-ON"8 C AP
CIS PUKOL'S PLA8 I EH," sail a father to hi
little d.tiighser, after examining a package he bad
Ins br' Ubt from the drag store.
"Itu't It. P t I'm'ony but I asked the man for
Bem-onV I kuow I did, and he took tbe 15 cents
you gave me to pav for it with," exclaimed tbe
cbiid positively. "Mayoe the drag man madea
"I'll go 'round myself and see." was the gentle
manV ci mment.aa be doi ned bis coat ami bat.
"'A hy dl .n't yon send me Benoii' piaster, In
tesd c f .. ' ..vi snd 'rashy thiuf'
'Whv, l -.u lux. t!i;t would ult you junta
"Von tho'.glu! yon thon;htl What bnslnes
have von totlilnk! I don't pav yon fortbtuktng,
but for fl'ling my order,'' said tbe" ind'gnant caller,
contemptuously. "Tbr.!l take that tning back
and give ran my money, I'll ger what f want
itjSsiCa lis dSdSii
617 St. Cheales EU'eet, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A rnlar OrarluBrts of two medical
eolieiie. has icn longer engaged In tbe treat
Tiiput of C'ht-onip. Nervous, flcin and
Itlonii Disease than aiiy oilier tilivalrian In
' Bt I.011K, aa olty f aper show and afl old resi
dents ki'ow. Cionu'tatrn -t offlee or by mall.
fn? and Invited. A friend y taik or his opinion
cots nothlurr. When it is Ii.oo.ivenlent to visit
:he cliv or trsatinent. niedlclnes ean hekent
by mall or express everywhere, t'nral'le ca-e
guaraureeil ; where doubt exist It la frankly
elated. Call 01 Write.
N-Tvoqi Preatratioa. bi'bilitv, Mental and
Physical Wcalaoss, Mereurial and other
affections of TVoat, S':ln and -ones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisonin-r, Skin Atfeo-
tions. Old Sores ard Ul:ers, Irapisdiineni s to
Marri"g. Eheumatiym, Tdes. Special
attention tr casna from over-woi'Vad brain.
SUBC1CAL CASES receue special attention.
Diseases arising from Irr.r.rudences.Exiiessea,
Indulgeu;;s or Exposures.
It ts self-ovlilent that a physician paying
partlcn'ar attention to a class of eases attain
great sMli. and phvslclans In reeular prctlce
al! ovei the countrv knowing this, frequently
reoon.me'id cmeato the olilesturnoe In AuiTlca,
wher- every known appliance Is resorted to.
and be provt-d good ifinedlei. of all
agp JiiQ coiintrlea ar nsd. A whole bouse l
used lorotlice purpose, and all are treated with
skill In a re-ipeotrtil manner; and, knowing
what to do. noexiierloients are made. On ac
count of the great uuuiIht applying, the
charges are kept low. often lower than I
demanded bv others If von secure the skl'l
and get a spoedy and perfect lit'- cure, that
the Important matter. Piuiphlet. M pages,
tent to any addres free.
putes. I MARRIAGE GUIDE. ! pages.
Elegant (loth and gilt blndlug Bealed for BO
cents In postage or currency. l)vr fifty won
iierful pen pictures, true to llf articles on tbe
following subject. Who may marry, who not;
whv Proper g to marrv. Who marry flrst,
Jaiihootl. W omanhood. Physical decav. Who
slionlil iiiariy. Huwllfe and happiness may be
incre-seil. Those married or contemplating
Marrvliig should rad it- It ought to be read
nv all adult persons, then kept under lock ana
3y . Popular edition, same as abov, but paper
cover and 100 page cents by mail. In monear
, af urii TU
Is t r
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lib wh h N It- ! siplus M rlMll "f
wr 1 1 . .
Ut sad d.itk and tk. wifl
d.itk and III erifl " aiMSSts, sua nmnii nis
n all UilakiH Mnris.
. II cmuusi vslsikls pmttrtptlona
ou and Phnieal Debility, Loa
for ih sura .1 Nerrou
Vltelltr, DafMtiv Mcmorr, Depondnoy, u4jb .
wael trtl. ot aittravn Hni am 07 ovvrwora mwt imirm
Niiimai also preaoiiptton ar CaUurb, Sororala, ete.
A aopy of thl. work aaat by auU, araonlr !, bv, kjr
4rawbf tb. sathai,
njr. a. J aqck. k t, in w. m sn tMnm, osi.
A povteriul prepuratiou ci.n,
wsed mostlvnf FwmiMal fill.
The most penetrating Liniment
i.'llOVVn f4AMinMntrala Ih.ln
van Penetrate to the very Bone,
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Lthio Inn rirarraa.
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fact, everything for Amateur Theatrical.
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The most rrf,vtly balanced POI.PIVO BED In the
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