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She is over-worked, poor thing !
Proud .honorable, foithful.womanly,"
she determined, to keep expenses
down, anddo the work "herselt
Right nobly has she done it, but at
terrible cost. The sparkle that was
in her eye when she was a bride is
gone. ' Her once plump and rosy
cheeks are now hollow and color
less. She used to step lightly and
crttftfully,' but now she drags one
foot after the other, with painful
weariness. . '
For the sake of the family she
does not mention her aching back,
her acutely - painful nerves, her
rheumatic twinges, her dyspeptic
troubles, or the heavy weight she
feejain her rijht side, that tells her
her liver is going wrong. She thinks
nobody knows about all that, and
she will suffer on in quiet and un
repining patience. Alas ! her secret
is anopen one.for it tells itsown tale.
Whisper this in her ear, she ought
to, know it. 1 Madam, Brown's Iron Bit
ten will htal your bcuk, calm your nerves ,
Ull your rheumatism, drive out your dystep
ria, and tomct your liver, - Dollar a DOt
tie. Nearest druggist. ia
.vV??1 tbe8e ouroea ariae Uircefourths of
the dlaeuaoa of the human raoe. These
symptoms Indicate their existence : Lew ot
Appetite, Bovrola costive. West liasul
acha, faJLiBM alter eating, aversion to
eiartioia of body or mind, Eructation,
of food, Irrltanilltr of temper, Iw
Spirits, A of suvlng Mleeted
soma dnty, Ittzxlnens, lutKrioe? at the
Heart, UU before the ores, hlsnlr eol
ored Urine, tOUUTIPlxiOS, and de
mand the use of a remedy that acta directly
,r.LL8 hT no e'lnal- Their action on tea
""y md Skin la also prompt; removing
ail lmporitlBa through these three " rv.
(era of the aretem,M producing appe
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sarin and a vlrorocs body. TCTT'SPU.!
I"8, n? nausea or griping nor Interfere
with dally work and are a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
IDS FEELS LIKE A SEW HAH.
-I bare had Dyspepsia, with Constlpa-don-two
yean, and Lave tried ten different
kind! of pUla, and TUTT) are the first
that bare done me any good. They have
cleaned ma out nicely. My appetite la
splendid, food digeeta readily, and I now
have natural passages. I fool like a new
man." W. t. ElJWAEDS, Palmyra, a
Boldrmrwhere.ase. O.M If array BL.N.T.
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Gur Haih ok Whisker changed In
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Tares ugly blotches ana sraoDorn oiooa sores,
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&4J1E9 PYLE, MEW YOBK.
TJAI.LIDAY BROTHERS. ,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. ' "'
: FLOUR, QEAINA5D HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mil Is
Hlcheit Cub Price Paid for Wheat,
THE DAILY CAIRO , BULLETIN WEDNESDAY, MORNING, FEBRUARY 18, 1884.
The Daily Bulletin.;
?T0 WHOM IT MAT CONCERN.
the close itjiaoD for fish commences Feb.
15.. The law enys: "That it shall be un
lawful for any person or persons to catch
tr, kill any flub of tho species commonly
called black, green, silver er white bass,
pike, pickerel, salmon, land lock aalmon,
jack salmon, croppy or grass bass, sua flab
or tun perch, or other fish commonly
known as game (Uh, in or cpon any of the
lifers, creeks, streams, pond, lakes,
sloughs, bayous or other water courtea
wholly within or running thro the state of
Illinois, with any seine, net, weir, or other
device, other than with hook and line,
from the 15th day of February to the 15th
day of June, in each and every year.
Attorney General McCartney says, in an
opinion in reply to the following question :
"What ia the meaning ol the werds 'game
fish', abused in section I. of an act ap
proved May t3tm, laws of 1879, psge
168." "The words 'game fish' included and
all fish commonly used and suitable for
food, whether belonging to any of tho
species named in said section I, of the act
of May 13, 1879, or not."
All interested in the repopulation of our
streams and the increase of our supply of
tood finhes, are earnestly requested to aid
the commissioners in seeing the law for the
protection of flab enforced, particularly du
ing the spawning or close season.
Copies of tbe law, fer pobtlng or use, can
be had on application to the secretary of
the board. S. P. Bahtlitt, Sec.
N. IL Fairbank, Pres., Chicaro.
8. P. Bartlett, Sec, Quincy.
Gee. Breuoini;, Centralia.
A quiet agent, with only one mission to
fulfill, came into the hands of Mr. Albert
Chandler, of Crumpton, Queen Aane Co.,
ud. tie gave it to his fatber-m-law, Mr.
Goodwin, who was suffering with severe
Rheumatism. After a trial be wrote: "It
is baying a wonderful effect in his case.
He regards bis possession of it as providen
tial.' His wonderful cbauge has astonished
the community." The remedy is Athlopb-
oroa, a natural antidote for the poison and
acid in tbe blood, whose presence is tbe
precursor and causa of Rheumatic and
Neuralgic pains and inflammations.
Ocalx, Fed't 5th, 188.
K. a. Burnett:
Dka Sib: I suppose jthat you axe all
anxious to know how tbe cold weather has
served us all in Florida.
Well I will tell you what it has dona for
us. In tbe first place it has been tbe cold
est winter in many years and probably it
will be many years before we have another
winter as cold; and it seems this cold wave
reached the whole length of the state, of
course not so severe in the southern portion
of the state but old "jack froit" left his
marks all along on his route. The greateat
injury was to the tender buds and young
trees. The old trees were not damaged to
hart and only in places were tho buds and
young trees hurt, va ail me nign lanas
the leaves were not hurt at all, but most of
the trees on the low lands the leaves were
frosted and came off. But it is said by
those who prufoss to kuow that there will
be a better crop of this year, as the tree has
bvl a rest and the sup has been checked
for a time, and when it starts again it will
start with renewed, vigors, and all trees
will grow very rapi ily. On the whole I
think we have got off very light and the
damage very little. We have a grove of
some 13 acres and the oi l trees were not
hurt, some of thi JtenJer bu Is were killed
back, the tender and last growth, but in a
few months tbe growth will be so rapid
that all traces of the cold weather will fee
Maj E. W. Green's fine grove which
stands on high land - was not injured in the
least and he will have a large crop of fruit
We are hard at work putting
in our vegetable crop and we now have up,
and growing about three acres of early
potatoes and about 20,000 tomato plants
ready to transplant, and three or four acres
in squsshes, and, lastly, about one or two
acres in egg plants, and will fill but tbe
balance of our land in milo maze and corn,
which will embrace about thirty-five acres
out of the forty acres in our place all rich
hanamockland, and if nothing serious hap-,
pens to us, think we will have a few
cucumbers and tomatoes . to ship to the
We ' are all in good health
and in love, with the country, and I don't
want all of you to come down - next winter,
but there is room for a great many of you
yet, and we think we have the prettiest
place in tbe country and we are not alone
in thinking so either, as there was a
northern man to see us this last week who
thought our home was almost as good as
we did, as he offered us a check for $10,
000 eaah for tho place, but as it was not
quite up to our ideas of its beauty and
worth, wecancluded to keep it awhile long
er, as it is like good whisky the longer we
keep it the more it is worth.
I received a letter from my friend, A. J.
Bird, Tampa, a few days ago, and he sayi
his grove was not injured at all and the
frost did very little damage to the oranges,
but the tropical tender fruits, aa the
bananai, pina-applei.'etc, were a little in
jured, but not killed., .
I think the farther north you go the
harder the frost, but If we fudge the future
by the put it will be a long time before
we are visited again by old Jack Frost U
quite to friendly a manner, u his grip was
a little too severe.
I think that I have given; you the facts
unvarnished, and if there are any more who
are anxious to know them, j you may toll
them, and if tbey want any more informa
tion upon any other points, I shell, be glad
to enlighten them if possible. 1 '
; j " ; ) Tours truly,
W, H. Makkas.
W, P. Umbdib. river editor ol Can Bdubtim
and steamboat paaeni;er az6nt. Orders for all
kinds of steamboat Job printing eollclted.' Office
at Bower's Baropeaa Hotel, No. 71 Onto levee.
BTAiBB OF TBS RIVER. , ,
Tbe river, marked by the gauge at this
port at 6 p. ui. .40 feet 10 inches and ris
ing. Chattanooga, Feb. 12. River 80 feet 5
inches and falling. .
Cincinnati, Feb. 13. Rivor 68. feet 5
inches and rising. ; ' '
Louisville, . Feb. 12. River 42 feet
4 inches and rising.
Nashville, Feb. 12. River 42 feet 7 inch
es and. rising.. :
PittdbuT& Feb. 12. River 18 feet 4 incn
ea and falling. : .
St Louis, Feb 12. River 10 feet 2 inch
es and falling : " ' ': 1 ' ; '
The Ella Kimbrough got off for Mem
phis last night with a good trip and en
couraging prospects ahead,
The Centennial from 8t. Louis, tbe larg
est boat on the western waters, arrived here
last eveniag with about 1700 tone nearly
flat in tbe water. She filled out here and
left fer New Orleans last night with all
she could handle. .
Tssteiday was warm 'and spring-like
about 8 o'clock quite a strong gale came
up accompanied with hard rain which only
lasted for a few minutes.
The Hudson is on the track again and
leaves St. Louis this evening for Cairo, Pa
ducah and Shawneetewn. She will report
, That was all a mistake about the Wyom
ing on her way to New Orleans and over
due here. We got misled by an item of
WillS. Hays in his river celumn of the
Courier-Journal. She is still at Cincinnati.
The Qua Fowler did not arrive here until
8 :45 p. m. yesterday. She had . a bard
tussle with tbe fog Monday night which is
her excuse for not reporting on time. She
left on her return to Paducah at 8 p. m.
The John A. Scudder leaves St. Louis
this evening for New Orleans. -
The Jas. W. Gaff will be forty-eight
hours overdue this morning at 6 o'clock,
has been detained by bad weather, but un
less something has happened she will sure
ly arrive this morning and will go to Cin
cinnati, high water or no high water.
The W. H. Cherry from . Nashville will
report here to morrow evening and turn
back for Nabville as soon as she discharg
es her trip. , .
;TheThoe. Sherlock from New Orleans
is on her way up for Cincinnati and is due
The City of St. Louis from New Orleans
is due to day for the Future City. Sue has
several hundred bales of cotton to discharge
here for the Wabash roadr .
And the people will talk about high
water, some of them ssy it will rise ten
feet more here, but those who are interested
in such manners and are pretty well posted
n regard to the rise and, fall of the rivers
here say it will not reach 50, feet and we
are of the same opinion, but even admit
that it reached 53ft. it would not then come
over the levee by two feet as the levees have
been raised that much or more and if it be
comes necessary we can hold another foot
back on top of that. Cairo is all right,
you can bet your loose change on that.
; The towbqat My Choice went to Bslmont
yesterday after some barges pwbich she
brought up last night to load here for New
Orleans..', . ;. . ;
: The towboat Jack Frost from St. Louis is
due to-night for Vicksburg.
The Gus Fowler had one of the best
trips of the season yesterday and she was
full of people, among her passengers was
a bridal party from Paducah, who were
guests of The Halliday house. The bride
and groom constituting a couple of the
Plain City's elite society folks Mr. and
Mrs. McNary and wife, the bride was form
erly the wife of Mr. J. W. Thornberry, jr.,
who died a few years since and was one of
the most extensive : tobacco buyers on tbe
market at Paducah.' Mr. Wm. Reike and
wife accompany the party on their bridal
tour to New York, where Mr McNary,
both propose to buy Jatge stocks of goods
for their respective dry goods houses in Pa
ducah. ' ' " ' ''"!'; 1 i - i
'When Did He Fit Last?"
, During Matthew Arnold's visit to tho
Hub he was the favorUo topic, . of , cpn-
versatlon in all circles. , One evening a.
' patron of . Sullivan's . saloon confiden
tially expressed Jo' the barkeeper his
opinion that people were making 4'too
: much fuss ovcx tjie. bloody English
man.". " ' ' '., ! "' !."".
."What Englishman?'' asked the com'
flounder of cocktails, who had not had
eisure to catchup with the civilization;'
of the community. ":f ' ' ' ':" - 1
Matthew Arnold,1' returned the pa
tron with surprise; "haven't you heard
of hlmF" '-.'! ''if .
"'Pdars to me I hare," aaid the bar
keeper, thotightfully.' "When did he
Loss and Gam.
"I was taken sick a year ago
. With billons fever."
"My doctor pronounced me cured, but I
got sick again, with terrible pains in nay
back and sides, and I got so bsd I
Could not move I
I shrunk l
From 228 ihs. to 1201 I bad been doc
toring for my liver, but it did me no good.
I did not expect to live more than three
montbs. I began to use Hop Bitters. , Di
rectly my appetite returned, my pains left
me, my entire system seemed renewed aa
if by magic, and alter using several bottles
I am not only as sound as a sovereign but
weigh more than I did before. To Hop
Bitters I owe my lite."
' Dublin, June 6, '81. R. Fitzpatbick.
Maiden, Mais., Feb. i, 188a Gentlemen- .
"I suffered with attacks of lick besdache."
Neuralgia, female trouble, for years in
the most terrible and excruciating manner,
i No medicine or doctor could give me re
lief or cure until I used Hop Bitters,
i "The first bottle
Nearly cured me;"
The second made me as well and strong
as whan a child,
"And I have been so to this day."
My husband was an invalid for twenty
years with a serious
"Kidney, liver and urinary complaint,
"Pronounced by Boston's best physi
cians . . .
Seven bottles ot your bitters cured him
and I know ef the
"Lives of eight persons"
In my neighborhood that have been
saved by your bitters,
And many more are using them with
Do miracles I" Mbs. E. D. Slack.
How to Get Sick. Eipose yourself day
and nigbt;eattoo much without exercise;
work too hard without rest; doctor all the
time; take all the vile nostrums adver
tised, and then you will want to know how
to get well, which is answered in three
words take Hop Bitters I
136 & 138 Com'l Ave.
bave received a full and complete line
ol new Fall and Winter
DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS,
Cloaks, Dolmans, Notions, Etc.
A he ivy stock of Body Brussels, Taper
trtet and Ingrain
A fall stock of Oil Cloths, all sizes and prices.
Plntklnrr 9. PrmliJ CnrntnMr
(ilUi'llllgQl UGII16 riilllio
A fall and complete stock Is now being
ciosea oat at great bargains.
All iioodm tit Bottom Prioeal
"CITY GUN STORE"
Oldest in the city; established in 1862.
Cum'l Ave. , between ath and 10th fits.
MANUFACTURER A DEALER IS ALL KINDS
RIFLES, PISTOLS, -
Ammunition of all descriptions alwsvs on hand al
BOTTOM PHICK8. ;
General repairing In all kinde of metals. Keys
ef all descriptions made to order, and satisfaction
warranted. Give me a call, and be convinced for
yourself, at the s ga of th "BIG GCN ." y i
JOHN A. KOEHLER,
-6m I'roDrletor, Cairo, 111.
Tbe experience In the treatment of Cancer with
Swift's Specific (8. 8. 8.) would ieem to warrant as
In saying that it will enre this much dreaded
scourge. Persons so afflicted are Invited to cor
respond with as.
I believe Swift's Specific has saved mj life. I
baa virtually lost use of the upper part of my bedy
and my arms from the poisonous effects of a large
cancer on my neck, from which I bad suffered
for 20 years. 8. 8. 8. has relieved me of all sore
ness, and tbe poison Is being forced out of my sys
tem. 1 will soon be. well. . W. R Bobison, .
Two months sgo my attention was called to the
case or a woman afflicted with a cancer on her
sbeulder at least 5 Inches In circumference, angry,
painful, and giving the patient no real day or
night for S months. I obtained a supply of Swift's
8peclQ': for her. She has taken 5 bottles, and the
nicer is entirely healed up, only a very small scab
remaining, and her heal'h Is better than for S years
past; seems to be perfectly cured. . . ,
Bav, Jesse U. iumpuku., ColumbuK, Oa.
I have seen remarkable results from use ol
Swift s Specific on a cancer. A young man near
htrre has been afflicted Ave yesrs with tbe most
angry looking eating cancer I evi-r saw, and was
nearly dead. The flrit b ttle mads a wonderful
change, and after five bottle were taken, he Is
neurly or quite well. It is trnlv wonderful.
M. P. Cbumlst, M. O., Oglethorpe, Ga.
UNDER HP AND INSIDE OF CHEEK EATEN
AWAY BY CANCER.
My father had an eating cancer for several years,
which hid eaten sway his under Up sad the Inside
or his cheek, down to the bottom of his gums.
We got seme nf Swift's Specific and gave him. and
the effect has been wonderful almost miraculous.
The sores are all healed, and he is perfectly well.
Every one hre said It is only a question of time
about his doath, at d his cure has created the great
st exottemeat in this part of the country. I nope
you will publish about my father's cure, and send
me some circulars to give to my friends aad the
afflicted. Wm. B. LaThbop.
South EMtoa, Mass., Jan. 7, 18M. y
Treatise on Blood and Skin Dlsessss
ires to applicants. ., r :
THE BWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
Drawers, Atlanta, Ga.
N. Y. Office, 169 W.OTd St., (between Sixth and
Seventh avenues, y ... 4 , t.
Q.EORGE H. LEACH, M.D. '
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention niM tn t ir,-..i.i. .
menl of surgical dl.V.7 I.a rtZZ
and children. , . " ""
office, Caire, III.
street, opposite the Tost
J)R. J. E. STRONG; I"""
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111..,
VAPOtt, ELECTRO-VAPOR ad MEDICATED
A lady In attendance.
QR. W. C. JCCELYN,
omciEi(hth Street, near Commercial A venae
rR. E. W. WHITLOCK, , .
Omoa No. 1SS Commercial Avanna. batnn
frhtti and Ninth Streeu
rjiBE CITY NATIONAL BANK. ,
j Of Cairo, Illinois.;
I ' 71 OHIO LEVEE. (" '
j CAPITAL., JBIOO.OOO !
A General Banking Business . .
TH08. W. HAU4UAY
ENTERPRISE HAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TH08. W. HALLIDAY,
ALEXANDER COUNTY v
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
F. BROSS, President.
H. WELLS, Cashier.
Cairo I William Kliue. .Cairo
Peter Neff William Woll
C. M Oeterloh. ...... " I C. O. Fatier...
E.A.Buder " H. Wella
, J. Y. Clemon, Caledonia.;
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE.
: Exchange sold and bought. Interest paid It
the Savings Department. Collections made and
all business promptly attended to.
Mutual Life & Accident
at cairo, illinois,
Organized December, 1883, Under tbe
Law of 1883.
Successor to Widows snd Orphans Mutual Aid Bo
, clety, organised July 4th, 1877, under . ,
the laws of 1878. '
JOHN H. ROBINSON...
WM. STKATiMN ...
J. A. QOLuSTINB
C. W. DONNING........
BOARD OP DIRECTORS FOR liT TEAR.
Wm. Stratton, Stratton Blrd. groears, Cairo, I1U
i. A. Goldstine, ofUold.ilne BoseMater. whole
sale and retail dry good! O. W. pnMlnjr.M. D.j
rres. Bd. ilea. m. iwrwii"'"
nAon anil notary public
, tf, u. nuuiiuvu, WUUIT
o; wm. r. ritcner, com
er and Inaurance agent; K. H. Batrd, tinr
traot anDervlsor: M. Phillips, camnter aad balli
uiupe, carpasitar aan quia
er; Thomas Lewis, attorney
rnev and sacretarvt K.
PflMe.attorney-at-lawi DuQuola Ill.iB. 0. Ps
cashier of Centennial Bans, Ashley, 111.) Albert
Harden, cashier of Osorga Connelly A Co.. Spring-
Held, III JB. M. Munn, attorney-st-law, 1U Ban
dolph street, Chicago; Hon.Robi A. Hatcher, at-torney-at-law,
Charleston.; Mo. H. Lelghton,
casoier sirst national nana, otuari, to
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ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R .
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. louis and Chicago.
, The Onlv Line Running
O DAILY TRAINS
Makiwq Diekot CosKTcrrioii
HuiRS Laiva Oarao:
3:0 a.m. Mail,
arriving in St. Louis 1:48 a.m.: Chicago, 8:80 p.m. j
Connecting at Odin and Bffingham for CLnoia
- satl, Louisville, Indianapolis sad points Ssst.
1S:S5 p.' m. Faat St. Ixml and
arrlvler in 8t. Louis 1:45. p. m., and connecting
. for all points West. ,
3:40 p.m. Fast Expreaw.
Por St. Louis and Chicago, arrtviag at St. Louis
10:35 p.m., and Chicago 7:30 a.m.
3 :4r5 p.m. Cincinnati Bxprasa,
irrivlng at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Louisville 6iM
a.m.; Indianapolis 4:06 a.m. Passengers a
. this train reach the above points 18 to 3o
UuCKS In advance ol any other route.
WThe8:flO p. m. eiprees has PDXLMAM
8LEEPIHGCAK Cairo to Olnoinnati, wlthont
changes, and through sleepers to St. Louis and
Fast Time East.
Pu aaa-n crava bT tb,a llne 8 through to East.
I aSSCJUUclX) era oolnts wlthont anv d.lav
csased by Sunday Intervening. The Saturday after-
aoon train rrotu t'alro arnyes in new York Monday
norning at 10 :85. Thirty-sU hours la advaae. oi
bt otner route.
ty For through tickets and furthsr Information
apply at Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
J. U. JONKB, Ticket Agent.
A. H. HANSON. Oen. Pans. Agent. Ghteaco
R R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
Tra.ns Depart. Trains Arrive.
C. bt. L. N. o. B. K. (Jacksoa route).
tMaii .........:46 a.m.
tExpress -. 10:80a.m.
bt. L. c. b. b. (Narrow-eaueeL
sxpress ..s:uua m,
Ea. A Mail.... 10:80 a.m.
Accom 12:08 p.m.
Express 1:18 a.:
Ex. Mall... 4:10 p. I
BT. L. I. M. B. B
tExpress 10:80 p.m. tExpreis.
W., BT. L. F. R. B.
Mall 4 Ei...4 :0Oa.m. I MaU A Ex....80p.B.
Accom 4:00 p.m. I Accom.....10:80a.ss.
Freight... m.m.?:4S a.m. Freight 8:45 p.m.
MOBILE OHIO B. B.
Vail 5:55a.m. I Mall ...:10n.m.
Daily except Sunday, t Daily.
sRRIVAL AUD DEPARTUBE OP MAILS. .
Arrat I Dap'ra
i .. P. O. IfmPO
I. C. R. fi.(through lock mall). . 5 a. m. I
..,A.v.ai .p. H .
" (way mall).--. 4:80 p.m. 9 p. ss.
" (HoothernDlv. ......5 p. m. (p. m.
Iron Monntain B, . U :30 p.m. 9 p. m
Wabash R. R........ 10 p. m. p. m.
Texas 4 St. Louis R. R T p. m. (a. m.
Bt. Louis 4 Cairo R. R .....5 p. m. 9:80 ant
Miss River arrives Wed., Sat. 4 Mon.
' ' departs Wed., Fit Sun.
fO.au. del. open from. ....7:80 am to 7:30 n
Bandays gen. del. open from... .8a. m. to 10a.m.
Bandaya box del. open from... .6 a. m. to 10:80am
i CSr-NOTK. Chancos will be published from
ttme to time In city paper.. Chang, your cards aa
- -f ABSOLUTILT CUBJU
8AI.T RHFTM, ECZRMA, 8CROFCLA, BCALD
Head, Erynlpeli", Tttr, Hivet, IMndnilT. Barbar's
Itch, Pimples, Minim, Cartranciee, Plant Poiaonlnf
and Poiaoned Wuuurta, Klugworm, Sunburn, ana
alldtaeaMsof the Skin.
For Piles, Wounds, Cuts, CTeers or Bores, no
remedy la m prompt In soothing and healing as
Fapillon Skin Cure. It doee not amart or bum.
Itirtctioni (en language accompany ever) tout.
ABSOLUTELY CURBS -
NASAL CATARRH, ACUTE or CHRONIC COLD
In the Head, Koae Cold, Bronchial Catarrh and
, HAT FBTEB.
Cleanses tbe nostrils, permits natural breathing,
and prevents lnorustatlona, snuffles and snscains. .
It Is a speciflr cure for Cold In tbe Hd which
la caused by sudden changes in the atmosphere. .
Dirtctitm in ten lonouagts accompany entry tottle
PAPILLON MFC. CO..CHICACO. ' '
. i rOB AL BT ALL EBCQOIBTB. '
For Sale bv
PAUL Q. SCHUH,
Snecial Aets. in this oitv.
A Practical Telephone for Social and
Business Purposes, Unequaled for '
Private and Public Lines.
Sold Outright for 83.00. No Ex
They are In every iv far superior to the man
Amateur Mechanical." tmohones now being soil
throughout the country T.'tey are the only tele
phones having so Autom.tic Hue Wire Tlghtne
and they are the only Telephones that are pro
tected far an Outdoor Llirhtning Arrester.' Alt
sounds are delivered In clear and natural tones.
Tbey are the neatest, most durable and require less
sttentiou ssd repairs than any other Telephona
made. Send lor our illustrated circular Agents
wanted. TUS U. B. 1 SLKPHONB COT, , , ,
Nos. 48 as 61 West St., Madison lad. .
P. O. Box 28. Baa
JOHN 8PROAT, ;
PROPRIETOR OF BPROAT'8 PATENT
' Refbigekator Oars.
.;, '' i ;- . " AHD ;
Wholesale Dealer in Ioe.
ICE BT THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR BHIPPINO
; Oar JLoada a 8peoialtvf
Cor.Twemh 8treet and Lerca,
" - CAIRO, ILLINOIB.
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