Newspaper Page Text
,T!0 PqESBstfK TH? HEALTH ,
Vm th Magneton Appliance Oo.'a ' '
Magnetic ; Lung Protector !
PRICE ONLY $5.
They 'are prlcelm to 1.401U, iSTtni and
ujb-b with viae turn; noiaeeef HiuaoarA
o I'eaoan!. U ever kawn where the
tanneela v worn. They also, prevent and ear
4it mmoounii, oolm, biisobutism, tuvuur
IA, TBBOAT TIODILH, DOWIlHi, OAT ABM, ABB
AIX KIBOBBa OUBAl. .Will WBiB My Brvlc
for mui tiaa. worn oTer tut onder-cJoU.
OA TAP PIT .His needle, to describe the
vA A- iUtUU) ym(itooi of tbU nauseooi die
mm that 11 sapping the life aud strength Afoul;
too manv of the fairest and beat of both eeiei.
Labor, study tud research In Amertei, Europe end
Intern land, have malted in the Magnetic Lang
Protector, affording care for Catarrh, a remedy
which eonUlnt NoDacaaiBaor raaSvtriM, ana
with the continuous atream of Manetism par.
matting through the afflicted orgina, most aa
roan tbbk to a iialtht -.orion. Wu tlaow ova
raioa for thu Appliance at lei than one-twentieth
of the price asked bjr othera for ramedlea apon
which yoa tike all the chance, and wi leraouv
li linn the patronage of the babt riasog who
hare tried obdmibo tbbib btonobj wttboot ar-
HOW TO OBTAIN jEFs
gilt and aik for them. If they bate not got then,
writ to the proprietor, enclosing the price la let
ter, at our risk, and they ahall be lent to yoa at
nee by mail, pottpald.
Sand etemp for in "5ew Departure In Medi
cal Treatment without midfoibi," with, thoo
eandi of tottlmonlals.
THX MAONKTON APPLIANCE CO.,
SIS Mat Street, ChlMgo, 111. '
Ncri.8ed one dollar In pontage itamp or
nrroucy (In letter at oar ruk) with rUe of ho
asaally worn, ai.d try a pair of oar Magnetto In
soles, and be convinced of the power residing In
or Magnetic Appliance. Positively noeoldfeet
where uiev are worn, or money refunded. u 100-ly
Who want glossy, luxuriant
and wary tresses of abundant,
beautiful Hair mast use
LYON'S KATUAIBON. This
elegant, cheap article always
mikes (lie Hair crow freely
and fast, keeps it from falling
out, arrests and cures gray
ness. removes dandruff anil
itching, makes the Hair
strong, giving it a curling
tendency and keeping it in
any desired position. Bean
tifal, healthy liair Is the sure
result of using Kathafcron.
"CITY GUN STORE"
Oldest In the city; established In 1882.
Oom'l Are., between Wo and 10th 8te.
tANCfiCTCRKB A DKALXB IS ALL USDS
RIFLES, , PISTOLS,
Ammunition of all deter p'tnna alway oa hand at
General repairing In all kind of metaJs. Keyl
fall description! mad to order, and eetlafacttoa
warranted. Give me a call, and be convinced fot
vovnelf, at th gn of the "Biff GUN.".
JOHN A. KOEHLEa
Proorletor, Calm. Ill
THE , :
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, Under tbe
Law or 1883.
Successor to Widow and Orphan Matnal Aid So
ciety, o ganizea rfniy tn, loir, unaer
the law of 187s.
inns n. robin BON Preitdeat
WM. BTHATt' N . Vlce-PrUldent
J. A. OOl.iiRTTNK Treamroi
0. W. DUNNING .........Medical Adtlier
THOMAS LBWIS Becretary
BOARD OF DIRECTORS fob 1st YEA.R.
Wat. Btrauon, Stratton Bird, rro-.er, Cairo, 111. ;
i. A. Goidatlne, ofGolditine Se Roienwater, whole
ale and ret ml dry good; C. W. Dunning, M. D.,
Pre. Bd. Med Bx.. for Penaloni: Albert Lewla.
eommlailon merchant; J. H. Boblneon, coanty
taag ann noiary pnouc; wn. r. ritcner, com.
iroker and lnenrance acent: R. H. Balrd. cltv
atreet inperrlior; M. Phillip, carpenter and bnlld
er, iiomH wwn, ana aeeretarr ; n. v .
Fiarea.attorneT-at-law, DaOnoln 111 Y.. fi. Ptr.
caihlerof Centennial Bank, Athler, 111.; Albert
Bayaen, caanier 01 ueurxv uonneny dt Co., hpnng
ald. II; B. If Mann. attorneT.mt.i. u r.7.
golphitreet, Chicago; Hon. Robt, A. Hatcher, at
torney-at-law, Charleitoa, Mo.; a. Lelghton,
oaeaier riri nanouai nui, otuart, lowa.
lata A Monro 5U.. Chicago.
WUI im4jntil to nyilta tkek
h, (Sax, MO pK, ili lofi.T(
-Ha, Baitry Bud ,0.1 IfjeMag
VaMiiai.i Um , .
! Ssi li
2 k c 1 ill
orriCE: NO. 78 OHIO LEVEE.
OFFICIAL FA FIR OF AXIZAMOKB OOOTT.
BJITERIO AT THB CAIRO FOSTOmOl FOB
TKAKBMIIUUa THBOCOH TBI MAILS AT -SBCOVO
CLASI BATBS. ' ' -
Corn Gathering 8piif.
In general the negro buy greatly changed
Inoe the war, for ninny of them bare cone
to tbe citta and town, or have booome imall ;
farmers; but on nomr. of the plantatinna of
the aoutb, whore no social innovation! have
beeo introduced, they are much tie lame. In
dree and peculiar characteristic, a tbnjr
were yean ago when the tap of the over-,
aeerabll wa an order Imperative. Tbeee
Soople fweerve their quaint tradltlona,moral
lalnguea between anlniala, in which the rab
bit la always the Socrato. They have i song
for esob kind of work, whose author 1 un
known, but with whotw word and tune all
are fimillnr. The following li the corn gath
ering song. It I impossible to give an Idea of
Uie effect with which It Is rendered, and the
eemi-weird tune, I am oonvlnoed, oould not
be written by tbe most accomplished com
poser: Come cr niton up de wagin an' drib In do
Time fur tr gedder de oo'n;
We'se boun fer ter hab sum ash-cake meal,
Time fur tor gedder de co'n;
De yaller man grubs wtd a tnlgbty light baa',-
.Time fur tor geddnr de oo'n:
But deole Guinea nigger am da bee In de
ban'.- . ..
Time fur tcr gedder de oo'n.
An er take off de rough ihuok. pile op da
Jurangy bo, Jla' or ttlklo like er doan'
We'se er gwinetr bab gum tun heah aa iho'
1 yer am bo'n,
Jurangy ho, o early In da day.
Da mulea bite de oo'n aa we drib or long de
Time fer ter gedder do oo'n:
How much da tan eat nobody nebber know.
Time fur ter gedder de oo'n;
De young boun pup snuff de ar aa we pees.
Time fer ter gedder de co'n;
An' be bnrki at de rabbtt what hide in da
Time fer ter gedder do co'n.
An' er drtbe tor de oo'n crib an' open up
Jurangy i bo. J it' er talkln' Uke er doan'
" keor; ... t .
We'ae got ter git dun "fore de ool' wln'i
" ' ' Blow, '
Jurangy bo, so early In de day.
Opie P. Read, In K. T. Mercury.
Some Speclmeroi of thf Pottery of
an Extinct Race Fount! In
. New Mexico.
, A . reporter of The Enquirer made the
acquaintance of Mr. S. W. Hutchcraft,
of Socorro county. New Mexico. About
a year ago he went from hia home in
Paris, Ky., to New Mexico to engage
in cattle-raising. He did not go, he
said, as a fortune-hunter, expecting to
dig from the ground a nugget of gold
that would make him wealthy at once.
He took no interest in mining whatever,
though there were plentv of mines sur
rounding his location." His ranch was
situated in the Tulerosa valley at tbe
head-waters of the Gila river. When
he i went there, a year ago, he found
very few cattle. Thers were ten thou
sand head more there now than a year
To the people residing in the east
but little is known 61 that far western
country, especially New Mexico. Mr.
Hutchcraft said that they had rain but
two months in . the year in July and
August This rain produoed theWasa
upon which the cattle fed. There
were two kinds of grass, both of which
were nutritious. One was called the
"white grammar," the other the
"mountain bunch." The last named
retained its freshness the year round,
much as the evergreen tree. Because
of the little rain there could be no crops
raised except the land is irrigated.
When this was done potatoes, onions,
turnips, and such vegetables grew in
abundance. ."The finest I ever saw;
I'll except none," said Mr. Hutch
craft "The mountains are covered with
timber-pine, cedar, etc.," he con
tinued. The grass grows principally
on these mountains, and there the cattle
graze. But the mountains are not what
the residents there Teally consider
mountains. They would be called such
here, but we look upon it as rolling
land. The climate is mild. We never
Dave more than two inches of ice at
any time. Ice begins to form in the
nights of September, and will continue
to do so into May. Yet all this time
we can go, without coats during the
day. s The nights are cool the year
round, the days never either very warm
' "The nearest town to ns from which
we can get ... supplies is Socorro, 160
miles distant There is a Mexican
, settlement about twelve miles from us,
bnt ' we i can not get supplies from it,
such as we want Our meat is almost
entirely wild. Deer and bear abound
'in ' the mountains, also birds of all
sorts. A man can go out there and in
a few hours kill enough game to furnish
him meat for a week or more. For
example, not long ago some young
friends were visiting us, and I told a
colored man who works for me to go
out and see if he could not kill a deer.
He started about 4 o'clock in the after
noon and returned for supper, having
killed four deer of the black-tailed
Mr. Hutchcraft had with him several ,
specimens of deer antlers that were
very handsome. Among - them was a
pair firmly locked together. These he
. took from the caroasses of . two deer
he found dead in the mountains. They
had evidently engaged in a fight, and
their horns becoming locked they had
starved to death, unable to free them
, selves. They were locked firmly, and
could not be pulled apart without
He had with , him all sorts of relics
for his people in Paris,' Ky. The most
noticeable among them were some
' specimens of pottery made by a former
race of ' people that inhabited that
country. Discoveries, it is well known,
have been made that lead to the con
clusion that that country was at some
remote period inhabited by a race of
people to some degree versed in the
arts and sciences. - Among the mated
'. als discovered was pottery of artistic
design, workmanship, and ornaments
tidn. The specimens Mr. Hutchcraft
- had were two vessels that might have
been. used for fluids. , They were made
, of WMte clay,'; and painted with black
' stripes In various designs. 1 Also two
.cups without handles, - about three .or
, four inches in diameter across the top.
They were made of a brown clay. One
of them was painted black inside, and
.OAlfip, BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING JANUARY 1884.
all glazed over the paint much after
tbe style of tbe underglaze work of the
present day. They were all polished
fairly on the outside, and the one
painted on tbe inside was highly
Eolished. He also had a cup with a
andle about four inches long. , It was
also fancifully decorated with black
itripos woven together in a neat design,
and on the handle was a molded
serpent " All these specimens he said,
were taken from the ground ten feet
Deiow tbe surface, in contrast wun
these he had a specimen of the pottery
made by the Pueblo Indians. It was
much of the same design in shape, but
the ornamentation was crude and in
artistic Tbe -clay, . too, was of a
yellow color, and was not glazed like
the other. In fact he said, clay such as
tne ancient specimeus oi pottery were
made of could not be found in that
country1 now. The houses built by
those aborigines, he said, were models
of masonry. They were true in their
lines, splendidly built in every partic
ular. They were muoh better than
many houses built by the Mexicans
at this day. The latter, he said, could
not put up a post for a porch and have
it plumb. They seemed to have no eye
for the perpendicular, or in fact, a
straight line of any sort
While digging for specimens Mr.
Hutchcraft unearthed a skeleton.
When it was found it was in a sitting
position, with the head thrown back.
Around the neck and on the breast
bone were coils of beads, which, of
course, being touched scattered from
their regularly laid position. There
were hundreds of the beads. Whatever
they had been strung on was of course
decayed. He gathered a handful of
them' and strung them on a thread.
The beads were made of some hard
gray substance, and were about the
size of No. 4 birdshot, but instead of
being In spherical form appeared like
slices from a cylindrical piece of clay.
The Aging of Girla.
American society moves onward with
a great waste of energy, " and in noth
ing is so spendthrift as with a woman's
age. The charm of a girl's grace and
beauty is one of the few good things of
life, and civilization has a right to de
mand that she shall exercise that
charm as long as possible. In the West
and South, with a few exceptions, a
girl's social life expires at the end of
the two seasons. This is unfair; and it
is worse than unfair it is uneconomic.
The result is that if a girl is hot mar
ried under 20 she is not apt to be mar
ried at all. The American man does
not seem to take to a girl unless she is
young, and especially unless she is
"new." There is a feeling latent in
his mind that the longer she is in this
wicked world the worse it will be for
her and the worse for him. However,
as American society rests upon a pure
ly emotional basis,' it is not unnatural,
perhaps, that he should seek her out in
the spring time of her life. In New
York and in Philadelphia,1 though,
strange to Bay, not in Boston, quite a
different state of things exists. There
the debutante, instead of being from
her novelty the center of all attraction,
has rather a hard time of it She
must win her way to favor.. She must
prove that she is interesting, for the
presumption is that she is crude. She
has this consolation, however, she
may be a long while becoming a belle,
but once popular sue remains so. This
is a significant fact, and well worth at
tending to. Look into the social col
umns of a western paper and you will
find that a girl drops out after two or
three years. Look through the columns
of an eastern paper, say the New York
Home Journal lot instance, and it wiu
be seen that for the last ten years cer
tain unmarried y women have been
quoted as young girls - and belles.
The result of this is that the western
girl conceals her age, is fearful lest
she may be considered too old. The
eastern girl, on tbe other hand, is
quite proud of hsving had her two or
three seasons, and is apt to be offended
if you think her tod young.
I once traveled through California in
company with some New Yorkers, and
saw a good deal of the young lady of
the party. " When the time came for us
to say good-bye, she asked me in the
purest spirit of hospitality to look her
up when I came to New York.
"I think we can make it pleasant for
you," she said quietly. "In another
year, you know, I shall be an old girl."
"Nonsense,", said 1. with a rudeness
intended for gallantry. .
"Yes I wilt too," she replied, not a
little put out "I shall go everywhere
; Ombru de mcs ancetres! Here was
a girl who was actually looking for
ward to being old.
' But how about those girls who you
say appear in the Home Journal for ten
years? some skeptic may object By
all rights they ought to be by this time
fearfully old and ugly. Stop a moment
my friend. Are you not a little hasty?
Have you seen, those regal and ethereal
creatures . whom you , so rashly pro
nounoe old and ugly simply because
they have arrived at the prime of wom
anhood? You would not apply this
rule to the aotress on the stage, would
ou? Then why do you apply it to the
ady In the ball room? S. P. Argonaut.
1 Sitting Bull was visited in his tent
recently by a correspondent of the
Cleveland Leader, who savsr "Twenty
Soles spread in a circle of twenty feet
iameter and tied at the top and cov
ered with canvas made the home of
this haughty Sioux. A tire burned in
the center and the smoke passed out at
the top, and the same hole admitted
light i Sitting Bull : had sisters for
wives and nine children. . One wife had
f'one to the hunt, the other, poorly clad
n dirty calico, with ' two young boys
playing near her, kneaded and baked
bread,' poured coffee, . and . served a
chunk of meat The broad was Inked
in a shallow kettle by putting coals on
the cover. Coffee was served in a tin
cup. No other dishes were used. Little
boxes and -parcels-were put around
against the tent Buffalo skins served
for beds. Sitting Bull is of medium
height, stout build, and has a large
oval face, nose prominent, cheek bones
broad and high; eves full of cunning,
and mouth that indicates strong will
power. ,His straight black hair is part
ed In th middle and. dressed in two
braids which are brought forward and
reaoh th wsdst" ,,.
W. F. I.abbdim, river editor of fas Bollbtib
and teamboat passenger agent. Order for all
kind of iteamboat Job printing solicited. Office
at Bower's European Bote), No. 71 Ohio levee.
- ST AO El OF TU B BIVBB.
Tbe river marked by the gangs st this
port at p. ni. 34 feet li inches and falling.
; Chattanooga, Jan. 5. River 3 feat 0
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Jan. 5. Rivtr 38 fast 8 in
ches and rising.
Louisville, Jin. 5. River 14 feat 3
inches and falling.
Nashville, Jan. 5. River IS fet 4 in
ch and falling.
Pittsburg, Jan. 5. Rivsr 7 feet 5 in
ches and falling.
St Louis, Jin 5. Rivir 3 feet 4 in
ches and falling.
Yesterday wis Ihe coldest day that has
ever been experienced by the citizens of
Cairo since the memorable winter of '64,
hich is said to have been equally as cold
as it was here yesterday. The thermometer
on w hart boat No. 2 at 8 a. m. yesterday in
dicated 17 degrees below zero, and Captain
Billy Williams says at the Narrow-gauge
depot 23 degrees below zero and will settle
tbe steamboat business in the Ohio for
some time at least.
The Chas. Morgan arrived here Friday
night at 8 o'clock, departed at 11p.m.
Ukt passenger trip takes the blue ribbon
from Cincinnati to New Orleans and re
turn to Cairo. Her cabin and deck passen
ger receipts amounted to $27.85. 8he got
as far as Paducah and shipped her passen
gers by rail to Cincinnati and Louisville
and took winter qusrters in Tennessee
The W. P. Halliday from New Orleans
arrived here at noon yesterday, discharged
her trip and towed the Scudder over to
East Cairo, where they will lay ovsr until
business is resumed.
The Ous Fowler failed to report yester
day which was a great disappointment to
a large number of passengeis who were
waiting for her most of them will go by
rail this morning to Paducah.
The Andy Baum was at Evansville Fri
day 4 p. m. on ber way down, but owing to
heavy ice she may have to lay at Paducah.
Tbe Ella Kimbrougli got aground where
she was laying yesterday, but tbe tug went
to ber rescue and set bcr afloat again.
The U. R. Springer from Cincinnati is
due for New Orleans, but like the rest of
the boats she may hnvo to lay up before she
True to Her Trust.
Too much cannot be said of tLever
faithful wife and mother, constantly watch
lng and carine for her dear ones, never neg
lectins a single duty in their behalf. When
they are assailed by disease, and the sys
tem should have a thorough cleansing, the
stomach and bowels regulated, blood puri
fied, and malarial poison exterminated, site
must know that Electric Bitters are the only
sure remedy. They are the best and purest
medicine in the world and only cost ntty
cents. Sold by Barclay Bros. (4)
None Bnt First Class Goods.
In Watches, Jewelry and Silverware one
should have the best or none. Messrs.
Shcri.et & Co., Chic aco, are making
specialty ot tine goods, and if you need
anything in Watches, in duBt and water
proof cases, Solid Silver or Triple Plated
Ware, Solid Gold or Rolled Gold Jewelry,
send to Sburley & Co., tney will send a
single article at the 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, 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
borne. Remember, Sburley & Co., 77 State
Street, Chicago, 111. 8knd fob their sew
A.KD BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED CAT ALOGUF.
Young men, middle aged men and all
who suffer from early indiscretions will find
Allen's Brain Food tbe most powerful in
vignrant ever introduced; once restored by
it there is no relapse. Try it; it never tails.
$1 ; 6 for $3. At druggists.
Cured When Physicians Give Up.
"Our family physician give up our child
to die," wrote Henry Knee, Esq , ol Verills,
Warreu, Co., Tenn. "It had tits. Samari
tan Ilervine has cured the child." $1.50.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND Rk
Egyptian Flouring Milk
inchest Cash Prf Paid for Wbt at.
0 n zmn
"Wm. ; tndwie & Co.,
:. I" !.J 11 x...:.i I Oi-
NO. 119 COMMERCIAL
3 UMi III I 1 TATS! IIM o
Hides, Furs, Wool, Beeswax and Tallow.
Win. Lndwig & Co.
few drops applied to the snrface will Penetrate to the very Bone,
and almost Instantly RKLIKVI sAIN! It will not Soil Clothlnir,
. I , . .V. 1 ......
Stiff Joint, Neuralgia, Lame
nor (LUSOvMJr (u auo, vr icato uisain:auiQ curvu I'l any imiij. ji
hM NO KQUALforthe Core of Rhoranatlum, Sprains. Brnlseg.
Sore) loroat, falna in tbe Jjimoe ox in any pan oi me oystcm i
and is equally effloaclous for all pains in tbe Stomach and Bowels. I
requiring a powerful diffusive stimulant Bee Merreirs Amnmc. I
Ask your Druggist lor It. Price so eta
Prepared only by JACOB 8. MERRELL,
Wholeeole Prnaylst, ST.
When Winter Cornea.
Winter comes itb coughs and colds, and Ben
son's Capclne Porous Pla ten come to care them.
Hakes fast and firm friend of a'l who as It, In-
vlKOiatu the Kidneys, Liver, Bowels and Btonwch
and pu'ifl the Blood." Please the paUtea, atlr
tbe circulation ami cheure the min i. To tbe wom
en and uiied str-ons It Impart strength and hope
falnen. The bret known antidote to the liquor
hLlt. one. and (1 tf-
lllsCUAjj CO., New xork.
Ely's Creain Balm,
UNEQUALLED fOR COLD IN THB BEAD.
Cream Balm has trained an enviable reputation
rheruver known: dlealaclns all oher DreDaratlona.
Send forclrcuiar containing full Inform Uun and
reliable teittmomale. Hy mall, prepaid, 50 cent a
uackni; clamps received. Mold by all wholesale
...t.ii ...,.t. wiv'fl. u n k M n a i.u i'n
1, U IblBI. Ul 1..,.. WW " VMM., Ill W,,
Owego, New Y rk.
GOOD Canvassers WANTED I
We offer rare nducements to good ki;entl. - Ev
ery reader of th s paper who desire permanent
work and large pay, with a fine pare gold watch
presented free, &ould tend at once for our large
bundle ot p articulars Large supply of ia"pies
sent free. Address - WABH1NK MANUFACTUH-
IM& CO., Charlotte, Mich. .
I have a pontire remedy for the abor diseia ; by IU
' oae thousand of oaaea of the worst kind and olios
standing have been cured. Indd, ;p wronjrl; mf
filth inTta efficacy, that I will md WO BOTTLES
FREE, togetner with a VALUABLE TREATISE m
thldie,to any uBerer. Giva ainroM and PQ.
addnea. Da. T. A. SLUOUM.lBlPearlBUjaw'gor
Orote' Ureece $4.70: Sac
aulay' England. i.8",
Green's Bnglaod,' 11.75;
Schiller' Thirty Years' War, 40c.; Creaey's Fif
teen Decisive Battles, 40c.; Oarlyle'i French Rev
olution, 8 ic.j Qeen, schlller, Creasy andCarjyle
in one. $1.50; Kenrlck'i Ancient Egypt, II: Kol
lin' Ancieut Ul-tory, $160: Frolart'i Chron
icler, S1.2J. Catalogue fcKJ.UOO volume free.
JoHM B ALDEN. Publisher, i '
a P.O. Box liii . 18 Vey St., New Tork
I CURE FITS!
n I do not mean merely to Stop them
a.. ...... .-
radial cuiH. 1 1: :ro mads thediaeaasnf frrS,EPI
LfcPSV OK FALLING BICKNK88 aUfe-lona stud
v luve them retura iupJmMn a
I warrant hit remedy to eure sue womoaae. wow"
Ottawa bave taiisd la no reuon for not now rsesWinf a
mi infallible remedy. Giva Express and PostoaVe. It
eosts you Bntliini for a trial, and I wul oursyoefj'
Address va. IL U. HUUT. 101 rear l ou, new i on,
617 St Charles Itwet, EX. LOUIS, MO,
A regular Graduate of twe medical !
eollege, has been longer engaged In the treat- .
rneiit of Chronio, Nerrous, Hktn and j
Illooit Dlsertsea than any other phvilrlan In
St. Louis, as city papers shsw and all old resi
dents know. Conii'tat!nn t offlre or by mill,
free and Invited. A friendly talk or hit orinlon
costs nothing. When It Is Inconvenient to visit
tbe elty .or treatment, medicine) ran be sent
by mall or express evervwhere. Cnrable ceet '
guaranteed : where dcubt exluta It la frankly
staled. Call or Write.
w"rvons Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness. Mercurial and other
affections of Throat, Skin and bone, Blood
Imparities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affec-
tions, Old Sons ard Plcert, Impediments to
Marrigs, Rheumatifny Piles. Speoial
attention to ease from over-worked brain.
SUBGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Tiseases arising from Impradenoes, Excesses,
1 Indulged? as or Exposures. ' 1 ;
It Is elf.evldent that a physician paylnj .
particular attention to a class of rases attain
great skill, and phvlclantn regular practice
all over the country knowing thl. frequently
recommend cases to-lhe oldest cfllce In America,
where every known ippllance Is rnorted to,
and the proved good reindle of au
ages .iiid countries ar used. A whole bouse le
used ror office purposes, and all are treated w 1th
skill In a respei'trul manner! and, knowing
what to do. no experiments are made, Ou ac
count of Iho great uuoilier applying, the
charges ire kept low. often lower thsn is
demanded by iilliers If yon secure the sklU
and get a speedy aud perfect 111 cure, that u
the Important matter. Pamphlet, I page,
cnt to any addrea free. j,j . , . ,.
PLATES. I MARRIAGE GUIDE, A
Elegant cloth and gilt binding. B'',m!'?
eenta In pota or currency. Over any won
derful pen pictures, true to life .articles on tne
following suWerU. ho maj-marry, wlmnol,
why i Pniper site to marry. botMarJ nrst.
aaiihoml, Womanhood. I V'lr,l12rJ!;., t 1
' alionld nian-y. Howllfesnd hspn mr be
lncreied. TUnai n.arriru nr .
nmrrvloi sho Id rend in. It ought to be read
py alVa'fnU l"r'-.". the., kept under jock arid
over and juupage w
Wnoitage. ' ' r
The Ideal Caligraph. .
THl PERFECT WRIT.NQ MACHINE.
iKverv Machine ifearmnta!. i Jr.
Justuble type bars, perfect automatic-
paper feed, even nnvarla t
ble tension, no lost motion, bev-.
eled platen, light canlage. All1
L ' . f. lunmuiuiiivaviwi um sua
!L iCt TC. I"""i inmin limes' tog hmhw
Mgtola. Prce1j70.00andTo,00. v .
. rsasca, ail IB a vll., eav u, aa, av. LBSBB
, I .1. 1 il j ! . !,
AVENUE, CAIRO, ILL.
Price Paid for-
A powerful preuiiniLiun cau-
posea mostly or Essential oils
The most penetrating Liniment
known. Bo concentrated that a
ll...HA.'.nt,lA . t . A . .. .. I.i... I .
Back, Cravmpa, Tooth-Acho.
Send aiyoar address and we will mall yoa "f
KREE OV OU RGB . ,u
'' Smali and Descriptive Illu-tratloni of -
I. aces. Hitching, braid', r.m'irnlderies and
other STAN HARD ATIClK. Adlrs.
TIIE KUKSHEEDT M'F'O CO.,
New York City.
Mention this paper. ' t
of tbe continued nse of mercury and t otash for the
treatment of B ood and skid dleaes they never
cure, and nearly alwai s Injure or totally ruin the
general health. ,
A WELL-KNOWN DRUGGIST.
My drugstore was thu first to sell Swift's Specific.
It was then put np In quart bottles which sold lor
SS.Oo each. I have seen a great m tny cases eared
by it use, and some who had tried all sorts of
treatment. In fact I have never known it te fall
when taken properly. I sell a 1'irge quantity of It.
and for ill disease that are dependent on blood.
poison or sain numor. n cure
WIBFLBI AMD BIOiCBE' ON TBI KIBV Y
and make the complexion fair aud rosy. Al for
blood taint, there 1 no such word aa fall. It cure
eases that have long withstood other sort of treat,
ment, and wtihoat any of those recurring trouble
that generally follow mercurial and other to
called care. T. L. MASSENBUKG,
For year I was afflicted with Dry Tetter of th
most obstinate tvpe. Wa ir ated by many of tbe
best pbystclans : took quantities of mercun .potash
and arsenic, which, instead of curing the Tetter,
crippled me up with mineral poison and rheuma
tlem. The Tetter continued to grow worse, and
the itching; almost made me crazy. Ia tbla con
dition I was Induced to take rjwifi's Specli'.c, and
tbe result was astuniahlng a It was gratifying. Ia
a few months the Tetter wa entirely well; the
Mercurial r oisoning all out of my svt m and I
wa l well man and due only to swift' Specific.
All the sufferers should take It.
JAMflS DUNNING, Louisville, Ky..
WHAT A PHYSICIAN SAYS. ,
Cypres! Ridge, Monroe Co., Ark., I
July 83, 18-3. f
I have a bright little daughter who will ba two
year old next month. She has been troubled
nearly ever atnee her birth wl:b a skin disease,
which I flnt diagnoied chicken-pox, but later
found It to be lome SJrt of eczema: at any rate It
resisted very stubbornly all tbe different treat
ments. I purchased one bottle of Swiit's Specific
and gave it to ber in small doses three times day
and in a short while had the satisfaction to so
that he was entirely well. I id so well p. eased
with it effect on ber that I ahall not only use it in
my practice, bnt I shall administer It to my other
children and take it myself. W. E. Buont, H O.
Onr treatise on Blood and Skin Disease milled
free to applicants.
THE SWIFT 8FECIFIC CO.,
I)rawerS Atlanta, 0.
cJ Nn cnUAl- i . . .J-
V 50 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK. ;
roR SALE BY
UStiaoala & Co., Cairo, Ilu
I at k
(j.j. tu j..,'jtirfi:. .fcrwo..'? I