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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING APRIL 3, 1884.
THE GREAT GERMAN
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symptoms Indicate tuoirexistenoe : jMn i
Appetite, llowrls costive, Sick llrad
ache, fullueta alter nitlnjr, aversion to
cxartlouof body or mind, Kiuctiition
of food, Irritability of temper, Low
plriU, x ft-rliiig of hnvlug neglected
nine duly, JHiilueaa, l-'luMt-i-liiir at the
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ored , Irliie, C-O.-VM-MPATIOA, find do
ninnd tho use of a remedy timt nets directly
S"00 Liver. ASftLivtTmcdioino TITT'S
JflLLS linvo no equal. Their net ion on tho
Kidneys ami skin is also prompt; reiiiovinir
all impurities throtiKh these three " scav
engers of the system." producing appe
tite, sound digestion, regular ntools, n cleur
skinand a vigorous bod v. TCTT'S I'IM.fS
TAu6,'!? Dau,,t'a or jrtipinp; nor iulerfero
with daily work and nre a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALAHIA.
nE FEEtS UllIJ A NI-.W MAN.
"I have hud Dyspepsia, with Constlpn
tion, two years, nnd have trle,( ten oill'eient
kinds of pills, and TUTT'S are tlio llrst
that have done mo any eoo('- 'l'hey liuvo
cleaned me out nicely. Mv nppetito 13
splendid, food digest readily, and 1 now
have natural passntres. I feel like a new
man." W. D. EDWARDS, Palmyra, O.
Soldeverywhero.33c. Olfi.c,II MurrnySt.,!.T.
tutts mm dyeT
Grat Hair 015 Whisker changed in.
stantly to a Cl.ossr Dlack by a singlo up.
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or scut by express 011 receipt of SI.
Office, 41 .Murray Street, New Vork
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In Hard or Soft, Hot or ColJ Water.
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family, heb or inxir, bUuu.J Lv witaouc ;t
Sold bv all Orooerj. UKW.tCK of imitation
trell (lebitfupd to mislead. i'KAKI.IMJ u the
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Waje beam the above symbol, ai.J came of
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OF ALL DISEASES PECULIAR TO F (.MALLS.
It Is a Spec lie for the cure of Falling ol tlio
Momlt, l.cueorrlKiM, l ain In the Hack, J'iiinlul
firSuppres-ed .Mciistni;ili(in, 1-loodiim. Kaint
HiB Suiisaliiins.aiiil all tlie varied troubles nt
teadmt; the period known as Change of Life.
MERRELL'S FEMALE TONIC
and sTUl-.Mi'I II to the Itkrink I ixtionh,
fxoitmp healthy action, and resturiui; them to
their normal condition, it Is pleasant to tho
taste, MV IlKTAKKN AT ANY 'J'IMK, 1111(1 Is
truly a-Mother's Friend." I I'or further ad
vice read .Merreii s Alinaiuic.l Full ilirccMions
V. It tl eai h llotll,.. IV),.,. tl ,j, lr.i!iriul l,v
JACOB 8. MERRELI., St. Louis. Mo.
r 010 jy
tin in UkwIsis .ilio ilea ( l s id ilt tlicoic.
' Jiiiryhiuii, Jjy Maryland."
'pretty wives and
"My farm lies in a rather low and mias
matic bitu-dion, and
"Was a very pretty blonde P
Twenty years no, became
"Withered and aedl"'
More lure time, from
"Malarial vapors, though she made, no
particular complaint, not being of the
grumpy kind, yet caused me tie-it uneasi
ness. "A short time ao I purchased your
wueny lor tue ciiibireii, w ho had a very se
vere Rttack Of bilioOSIiesS. hiol if neenrrml
to me that the remedy might belt) niv
"ot, an i iounu mm our uuic yitt upon re
Her taUowne?s, and looked as fresh us
a new blown daisy. We'd the rtory is soon
told. Jly wife lo-di.y bus Khiii1 .er old
time beauty with compound intercht, nnd
is now as handsome a matron (if I do Bay
it myself) as ran be found in this count v,
which is noted for pretty women. And'l
have only Hop Bitters to thank for it.
"The dear crcdure just looke l ov. r my
shoulder and say, 'T can flatter equal to
tne days oi our courtship, ai d that re
rninds me there might be more pretty
wives if my brother farmers would do as I
Hoping you may long be spared to do
good, I thankfully icinain,
Mott truly yours,
C. L. Jamf.-,
Beltsville, Prince George Co., Sid
May 20th, 18M. (
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INVARIABLY IH ABVANCB.
All Cuminuiilcatiouii ehould be addremcd to
E. A. HUKNKTT,
Piiblinhor and 1'rourletor.
Till COMING MUTAL.
IiKcovi'iy ill' n Clieiqi l'mt-oss fur
Aluminum, with one exwjitiou, is tlio
most nbiiiidaut motal known. Tho ma
terial, alumina or clay, from which it
is proilneed is not oonliued to any lo
cality or country. It is found every
where. It is more than half a century
i-itieo tho eminent German chemist, tlio
late Friederiuh Wohler, who for fifty
years was Professor of Medicine aud
birector of tlio Chemical Itistituto at
Clottinjren, discovered aluminum and
that it could bo produced from common
clay and from alum, and still it is
ant'on tho least familiar of metals. Its
usual prico is 20 per pound and until
the past year it has only been known
as "aluminum gold." After many ex
periments extending over a series of
years, its manufacture was abandoned
lixeept in one instance, to tho French,
who only produced it in inconsidera
ble quantities. After more than thirty
years' labor and at a cost of more than
250,000, the eminent English chemist
and metallurgist, James Webster, has
discovered a method of making alumi
num by burning or roasting alum, in
htead of making it in tho old and te
dious way by precipitation. By the
new process it takes only onc-twentv-fotirth
of the time, required by the old
method and costs less than ono tenth
as much. Instead of producing tho al
umina powder by the old and slow
method of precipitation, Mr. Webster
burns tho alum with pitch in a calcin
ing or roasting furnace, prepared ex
pressly for this, purpose, the product
being a gray ash or powder, in appear
ance" much' like the ashes of oiudcrs
from an engine furnace. The gray
powder, according to a'.l soiontitic au
thorities, is n more or less than l-urut
alum. ly another process this ash is
converted into another product, which
contains from eighty-four to aincty-t'.ve
per cent cf the alumina, haviag lei: tv
hiad it several b;-prvKii'.s. whvh near
ly pay the cost cf working. The sLuai
ina thus produce 1 is r t.:na tea:
tv the old re-ihoi .f vroiri:d::c:. in
t;iit i: :s viv.:z v.
bos: entirely ft
pound or al'Jtui:
ee frotn si.ioi.
i ver w iek f :r .
taaa a year, t.ie va.tif c; wj.c-i u
u.1.' or f 2' -f. .'.'. rer aai-i2i. i-i'i a5 ;
cf w ii-.-a h:u tee a '.hi: a: :ae pn;ea5
t:ai5 a aiia'iuccry waiod oT-rs an:n 1
taaa oce-hali aa acM isirti;iisv a; gas 1
and day. w.:a crimes r-ad7 foe aon I
taaa ritteea moatj w.ts. T!m r-is-
eat oirpas is tw-jn'7 ton altniaaai j
xetal p'-r w-;;k. tj' r'sui'j ll- j
ready o ;ta.a-;l by th-j aiaai-aaaa brrcza '
factory (sear Biraiigii.ta. Eag.-iai. i i
it is plalaly erida: trat ia a v-iry st'.tt j
time this alai'.'it n-.w and peculiar zii
al, wakh nfvr oild.ze or ''crrm'.-,
and which nver taraliaes aadir lit
circnmstaaees. to Thtea eaa bs z:v a
the color of goi i, silver, brcne or pnr
pie, and which d.:T.-n from all c'thr
metals in that it is n-ver prod iced di
rect from ore, hut only by a long and
elaborate process, must oec-rr.A aa im
portant factor in the rnr.rnifacture of
i;wciry, and not only so, but that al
most every article made frorn metal,
from the screw-propeller or anchor of
the largest steamship down to the ti
niest teaspoon, must be manufactured
from it, or its alloy or bror.ze.
Tho chief value- of Aluminum, at
present, is in tempering or giving
strength and a surface or boly to al
loys, bronzes or metals, ro that they
will not corrode. To copper, tin or
zinc it gives such properties as can bo
obtained by no other means, softening
their nature while increasing their
hardness and strength, and enabling
them to resist all tho tests applied to
gold or silver, preserving tln tn from
corrosion arid rendering them rnoro
ductile nnd relin i, and giving them a
surf ice and body that withstands the
chemical action of the elements. As a
result of this new process of making
nlunrnum, till plated goods, nickel or
silver, watch cases, cups, saucers,
spoons, knives, forks, gun and pistol
barrels, pistol handles, gun, harness,
carriage and saddle ornaments made of
brass, nickel, German silver, or bronze
fdlver, must give way to those made of
aluminum or bismuth bronze. Piano
forte wires made from it will vibrato
ten seconds longer than tho best now
in use. The tensile strength of alumi
num or bismuth bronze being the same,
only in the latter 1-lbOOlh part of bis
muth is added, had been proved, by
repeated tests, to bear a strain of forty-two
tons to the square inch, or four
teen tons more than gun metal, and
twelve tons more than the best bessem
er steel. Whenever and wherever
there is need of a metal, nnd ono is de
manded that cannot crystallize or cor
rode under any circumstances, a metal
that combines great strength and flexi
bility, it is plain that aluminum must
be used. In tlio tests already mado
willi propeller screws, blade, journal
bearings, and heavy artillery mado
iroin aluminum or bismuth hronzo us
against t,(H(. mado from tho best gun
metal, the ship builders decided in fa
vor of the former as the strength was
Mi much greater and tho weight so
much less, be'n only one-fourth as
threat. Spimjjkld Hi jmUUvMn.
urchins of liraos Cnimtv Tona
know how to make life interesting for
the school-master. Tlio I'tlut tells of
one wlio was called up to be tloirgod,
but just as the hickory was raised over
his head he humped hipiself like a
eatnel, and butted his teacher in tho
stomach, knocking him over a tablo
and a hunch jnt0 n muoto corner of
the room. pf()1.0 tiu astonished peda
gogue had recovered bis wind the
young goat was gone.
I)oon Auyono Know Hit Xumr?
Few person know
ihat in the cily of
l;ves one of'lho
L-endviile, Coi., then
most celebrate I women of lb r day.
Men at fashion il.'e wa'Ting-pluvs
raved over her benutv and varied ac
complishments. Pred ienl Buchanan
is credited with saying: "The only
woman I ever loved" well enough to
marry. God bless her." And that
little man of intellect, Alexander II.
Stephens: "Tho most boauiit'ul, accom
plished and thoi'ouihlv good womau I
ever knew. Worth her weio-ht in dia
monds." Colonel Dan MH'tiok, tho
evening before ho was killed in batde,
said lo a e unrade: "I feel sad to
night; why, I cannot tell. Perhaps it
is my last ni riil on earth. I was think
ing of my old colieoe davs in Alabama
an I the most attractive woman 1 ever
met. Well, it is all p. si, we are both
married, but I wish she may ii'-ver
know a sorrow." General Pat Cle
burne, having a premonition of his
death, asked this lady to write his
obituary if he should fall in battlo the
next day. Tho battle of Franklin and
Cleburne's death have passed to his
tory. Tho touching little poem that
came out in tho Memphis AvuUmche
by this lady, and was so extensively
copied in Sjuthern papers, is still re
membered: Hi avo Cleburne is alec phut
Whero niifbt dews nre wecplns
And pule leaves arc fiillin(f
Llkeitil'l (reins around;
IV Hero cad winds are HinlillUT
And sweet flowers dying
'Jo niliurle tbelr breath
With tho unties they love, Ac.
In 1SG0 tho Priuco of Wales and
suite were in St. Louis. A lowly
young girl passed llaruutn's Hotel.
"See! Look, my lord!" the priuco ex
claimed, addressing Lord Lyons, "isn't
For months touching little po: tus
were published in the Louisville J. (.."
nil, aud hi'ghly praied ly its editor.
George 1). Prentice, who spoke of her
ns a remarkable woman, full of geaius.
Parepa-Hosa heard her voice and asked
her to sing. The great prima do::tia
threw up her hands in ecstasy, and ex
claimed: "Madam, what a shamo f.r
pride to keep that voice from '.:.!
This wonderful woman, with s. tt af y
gifts, has for fifteen years lived in otu'.e:
retirement, forgetting sad almost i.t
gotteu by the world that ono-.' olii l .T
such homage, ia a perfect low;: of
beauty (.'.er cottage), adorned ty l, v
ly pa titit-gs ar.d sju'.pv.iro frvtu ..r
own hand atut from "Fur, voaa a: al
ters. Oae raxtit-g tv Titian, aa iolr-.vtu
is'iiand's fasui.lv. uargs .-u
the wall and
fceyoai val ;o. Many
frvta cu:ii:ri I'.aj,
lie atvu-i i.
vsar in l":.io.
y;rs on :m
oi tue M:r:
: th most :
Wtfsj-.era co.ls; i
:n; so a .i ivlu.'.
-T George If.j.du: va.te.
A.a :a.ziV i.; note-i and -:;i..v:d u.
Jidjj G-;M:a alt Is tue cr-a.nal
j'i.:g (.t i.iA'i ccua . and i.a v.;.. .u-j
sa of tu.i iijtcu. u a w.-.
served w;m.ia or a.jwus .!. iug
near Jo. r."::i.a.ag mica of tatj .Tig. ail
-:euui.y ii aear. ad ner'a tu.i: :n.;.le
ar jU'.'u a :a'.T::i -srtca tlie item -.-r sx
ux vein :ae oy. A liar-'-.- aie-iet
w.iii. axi v. V'd r-j-.ti. f:i.u. a tew
oa.t'.ir'i frtena aad s--es fur-sa.-a
tne aia.i;aa...e v r:u :zz ua-j
ado r.d uer.
Couac Y n M -Iri"".
If jl'k.;"j iLf-i is p'i.-.--"t in
iarity: f;r, co"v.r,i-t.n.:.:
on 37 r!Ti'
r.ot a r.a
ItV.rH :n the, His '.Irr.a is dlvi J-
f r..f'.f"-':T B-ria nr.! r.'.i hoa.e at
Kr-t-isaa. At Berlin m ; c-.p. a wing
of the f:r.ral s a:T i;.'..--:'.r.z. a fl.te,
.xnj f!w-:...r:g tr.ar. u.'.n o.t n.oon
the rnonnmer.: r;orr.rr.er.-;or itln? the
thre': wars whoe extraorlir.ar iuo-
(mc w-r? maiil7 due to M'dtke.
His time is marked or,t with military
t'xactitu ie. Lever broken exrwr.t when
he attends the siuir.zi 'A the Reichs
tag, which is onlv on oooadon of a
riiidt.arv d'-bate. Mol k'.-is a !taun'-h
:on-erva'ive, but not an ardent po! Pl
an. That deparTn'Tit of the (-:rrnar
ivnpire ho le ives w r.n aosoite conli
leneo in the hands of his colleague,
Winter and sumrn'-r, Moltke enters
his study at the s'rok'; of M:V;n A. M.
Here he drinks h's niorrilng coffee,
smokes a !gar, and writes until tho
stroke of nine, when his iiii-iri' ss let
ters are brought to him, which bo
reads and disna'clies. llo then ex-
hang' H his ilr ssing f'own for his uni
form, and is ready at eleven to receive
bis adjutants, to hear tie ir reports and
issue his orders. While at work bo
artakes of a simple lunch, and when
bis adjutanls nre gone resumes his
writing until tho s' roke of two, when
the work is pushed a-i b Ho then re
ceives tho higher ollicrs of the stalf
and listens to their reports. This end
ed, which may be longer or shorter
according to circumstances, Moltka
goes for a walk. It is no urifrequont
thing to erTeounter bun in tho busy
streets of Berlin, peeping into the shop
windows which appear to havo an at
traction for him. At four ho takes a
frugal dinner in company with his
family, and the hour of dinner is lor
them the happiest of the day. Then
tho taciturn man becomes loquacious,
and noughts ins hearers with his
charming, cheerful talk. From live to
seven ho ngain devotes himself to
writing; from seven to eight the news
papers nro perused. At. eight ho onco
more rejoins his family at tho tea table,
after which follows a game of whist, in
which tho great strategist is naturally
proficieut. Tho game over, tho even
ing is generally ended with music, to
which Mollko is devoted. At eleven
ho retires to rest.
Moltko is tho ideal impersonation of
a German ollicer, in his rectitude, his
unquestioning devotion to his sov
ereign, his narrow visioned patriotism,
his want of imagination, his self nega
tion, his stern, unbending, unolastio
devotion to his profession and tho du
ties it entails; a man who, taken as i
whole, is rather tho representatives of
nn older uay, ivncn uio was moro mini'
ienl, beforo that advanco had boon
mado toward a fullillineut of tho anirel
le greeting, "Peace on earth, good
will to men," toward which wo fondly
hopo mankind is tending. But, judged
irons uio eiucr piatiorni, ho is a splea
did figure. The L'cnlury.
Songs Never Suns:.
"How does that verso run ? Something
i : I. ...... ... n o
use tins, isn i it, t
'There are who touch the manic ttrlnfr,
And noliiy fame are i.roiid t win tram;
Alas I for Ibuati who uever bIuk,
but die with all their music in them.'
"Yes, that's a beautiful, nalhetin and
true," said your representative. "The poet
uuuiies to people who are somehow sup
pressed, and never get their full allowance
of joy and air. Which reminds me of a
letter shown me the other day by Iliscox &
Co., of New York, sigotd by Mr. E. C.
Williams, of Chapman, Suyder county, Pa.,
a prominent uusiucss man of that place.
" ' I have Buffered with asthma for over
torty years, and had a terrible attsck in
December aud January, 1883. I hardly
kuow what nrotnutod me to uk I'lia-tu'i
Tonic- I did so, aud the first day I took
iour noses, i ne cnect astonished me, That
night I slept as If nothing was tho matter
with me. and have over since. T have loot
colds since, but no asthma. My breathing
is now as perieci as it i had never known
tint disease. If you know of any one who
hits asthma tell him in my name that Pauk
kh's Tonic will cure it even alter fortv
years.' There was a man who escaped.the
fate of those the poet laments.
This preparation, which lias heretofore
been known as Pahkkh's Qinokk Tonic,
will hereafter be advertised and sold under
the name ot Pahkkk's Tonic. Inasmuch
as cinder is reallv an unimnortant increili.
cut, and unpricipled dealers are constantly
iieoeiving tiielr customers by substituting
inferior preparations utulsr the name of
jinger, we drop the misleading word.
There is uo chanire. however, in the
preparation itself, aud all bottles remaining
iu the bauds of dealers, wrapped under
the nstue of Pahkkk's Gisoku Tonic con
tain the genuine medicine if the facsimile
signature of Htscox & Co. is at the bottom
of the outside wrapper.
"Kougti oa Corus."
Ak for Wells' "K uigh on Corns." 15c.
Quick, complete cure. Hard or soft corns,
Quick, complete cure, all annoying Kid
tny. Bladder and Urinary Diseases. $1.00.
"Kough ou Coughs "
Kaovk a Cough r Cold endwise. For
children or adults. Troches, 15c. Liquid,
30c. At Druggists. 2
Tltousauds Say So.
Mr. T. W. Atkins, Girard, Kan., writes:
"I never hesitate t recommend yonr Elec
tric Bitters to my customers, tney give en
tire satisfaction and are rapid sellers."
Electric Bitters are the purest and best
nedicioe known, and will positively cure
Sidney and Liver complaints. Purify the
u.ood aad regulate the bowels. No family
caajiLrdto be without them. Tney will
fi aualreds of dollars iu doctors' bills
every year, jvjld a: tifty cents a bottle by
ISa.-cliy Broe. (3)
A Wilkin? Skeleton.
Mr. E. Springer. f Mechinicsburj;. Pa.,
wr.tes: "l was srL-cted with lun lever
aad anscess oa iung, aad reduced to a
a.k;a skeleton. Got a free trial bottle
of Dr. Klmii "4-v Discovery f r Con
iarapttoa. wa.cii Jid me much good
:hr 1 boaga? a dollar bottle. After using
three bottles, focal mvelf ojee more a
aiaa, corr ple'ely resnrd to health, with a
aeary t-oetite. aad a gain ii flesh of 43
os. Ca.i a: Birclay Brca.' drug store and
get a free trial bottle of this certain cure
f all Lang Diseases. Large Dottles 1 1.00.
Advice to Mothers.
Are you distorted at night and b' lken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of catting teeth? If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins-
lovg Soothing byrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhfua, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures w ind colic, softens the gums, re
duces in 11 am mat ion, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins-
low s rioothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
nurses and physicians in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Why They Call Hira "Old Man."
"Yes, that's sadly so," said Jenkins, "my
hair is turning gray and falling out before
its time. Use something? I would, but
most hair restorers are dangerous." "True,"
answered his friend, "but Parker's Hair
Balsam is as harmless as it is effective. I've
tried it and know. Give the Balsam a show
and the boys will soon stop calling you
"Old Man Jenkins.' " It never fails tore
atore the original color to gray or faded
hair, luchly pertumed, an elegant dress
ing. Carter's Little Liver Pills will positively
cure Bick headache hikI prevent its return.
This is not talk, but truth. One pill a dose.
To be had of all druggist. See advertise
ment. When I began using Ely's Cream Balm
my catarrh was so bad I had headache the
whole time and discharged a large amount
of filthy matter. That has almost entirely
disappeared, and I have not had headache
since. J. II. Summers, Stepney, Conn.
in ARKANSAS AND TEXAS.
Along the lice of tho St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International and
GreBt Northern Railroad, are thousands of
ar.ies ot the choicest farming and grazing
lands in tho world, ranging in price from
fsj.uu to ifijuu and f4.uu per acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
Tor salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to tho undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
in 1882, and makeup your mind to go and
see for yourself w hen you learn that the crop
for 1883 is 50 per cent larger than that of
losa. lo those purchasing land owned by
tho Company, and paying one-fourth, ono
half, orallcaRh, a proportionate rebate is
allowed formoneypaid for tickets or freight
over the Companies lines.
II. C. TC-WN8EKO, Gen'l Pass. Agt.
I St, Louis, Mo.
Jennie Praeror. residinnr at rnr. fl,,m
merce St. and Congrevo Ave., New Haven
vonn., owes cor mo to a timely use of
Athlophoros. Her letter reads: "I cannot
thank you enough for the benefit derived
from Athlophoros. Had Rheumatism in
every joint, and pain beyond description.
Our physician's remedies were vain.
Against his wish I tried Athlophoros.
After two doses I felt a sense of relief
through my system. Two bottles removed
all pain and swelling. I am well, and
have not felt a symptom of tho terrible
disease in four mouths. My friends were
all surprised at tho wondeiful euro."
Offensive breath, bad taste in mouth,
coated tongue, bIiow torpid liv r and dis
ordered stomach. Allen's Bilious Physic,
vegetable remedy, quickly relieves all. 25
cents. At all druggists. (8)
Eight Years' Scrofula Cured.
A valued correspondent, Albert Simpson,
Esq., writing from Peoria, III., says: "ha
maiitun Nervine cured mo of Scrofula, af
ter having suffered for 8 vears with the dis
ease." Mr. Simpson lives in Peoria. Ask
him. Your dniL'!ist keens it. l..ri0.
t-n - -
Dauuiukhn, 1i.i,., July 2tl, 1883. We
have used in our families and sold to
others your family medicines for the lust
ten years. Wo havo found Merrell's Fe
male Tonic a specific for all female dis
eases, illerrell s Cough Bilsum is the lust
remedy wo ever used for coti-h. colds,
asthma, croup and all lung disoo.es. In
fact, no family can afford to be without
Merrell's family medicines. Respectfully,
M. BfitroN it Co., Diuggi.-ds.
is on of tho pW asantest amenities of life.
But a fluent talkcrwhos 'Veins of thorn-lit"
drop limn lips which disclose yellow tn-ih
going hi racK ami ruin, mases Icks im
pression than he or slo) otherwise w .uld.
Bear this in mind, convcisatioiiHlists, and
lend added force to your utterances by
keeping your teeth white and clear with
SOZODONT, wholesoinest and most thor
ough of li th preparations, which removes
lartar, rentiers tlio gums healthy and puri
ties the breath.
Mr. A. Nichols suffered (rein Catarrh for
years. He purchased a bottle of Elv's Cream
Bahnofus. He is now almost cuied, and
says you cannot recommend it too highly.
Evkks Buos., druggists, Independence,
Biii'Kien s Arnica salve
The Best Salve In the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Coins, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It ia guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
.'J cents per box. ror sale by Barclay
PROPOSALS FOK I.AHOK AND MAT IllAI.S
lor Marine llo-pltal Hill il.ni; al (Mro.J.l.
orm or Srrm:viiN.i akciiitkt 1
TllAl:liV 1)KI'U(TMRNT. V
Washington. D C. Marct. l:h. ISM
Sealrd l'r.ins'. will b. leoetwd at thin office
nntll i 1'. M, on the .Nth of lp-ll, lsst, fo- all ihe
Labor and Msti-r rrq iired In me en clion of
tn Mirine H "fitnl ltui iiii,): at Cairo. 111., in
accordance wph drawing and iiieclnYai on.
copiv of which and any additional information
may be had on application al thi etlkf. or h
erf. :a of ihe local mticriiip mlent of th" bulldlni;.
Bid ntcumd after tLc t uie of opeumj will tot
b coa:Jerei. M.lt.ItRI.L,
"ax prp.c haseii notice.
To Thoffii Ouera.'y and ail other parti.- Inter-
You ar hrbv notinVd that at a clof ral f-
U!, in th coun'y of .M-xs.Ml.-r and stated lUuioi.
Eia ov i coumv collector of mid roumv. at tl.t
outhwterly door of the court hous.', in the city of
( airo. in aid county and stnte, on the -.v.ih dav of
Aut'Ufit, lsj. the unil.-r-iL'n.(l parchawrtl the r.-al es
tate herninaf'-r (Vs.rilK.il, itiiuied in thn first adiii-
tinn to th citv of Cairn, in county of Alexander
and state of Ulinoi, for tin taxi-o dim and unpaid
tin-rcon for ttie y-ar A U iss, toother with pen
alties and cost"; aid r-Hl -stiit." h.-ini' taxml in the
name of paid Thomas oii'rn,.v, to wit: I.ot No.
in block No. HI, in tin- lir-t addition to the city
of Cairo. The time allowed by law for the redemp
tion of c.-tid real estate w ill expire on t he tftth day
Of Au(Jllt, Pifsl.
Ai.f.x. ii ii;i.n, I'tircnaser.
Cairo, HI., April 1, lss.
'AX ITRCIIASKK'S NOTICE.
To Helena Journian and all other persons inter-
You are hereby notified that at a pale of real es
tate in the county of Alexander and state id Illinois,
held bv the rountv collector ol paid countv, at the
floiithwesterlv door of the court houne, in the city
of Cairo, In paid countv nnd state on the Hist day of
August, iss-' the a nilersiL'ned purchased the fol
lowing real estiite hereinafter de- libeil, nituated in
the countv of Alexander and state id Illinois, for
taxes due and unpaid thereon, for the year A. I).
ssi, together with penalties and costs: said real
estate li.-ing taxed in the name of John (late.s, to-
wit: rrl. (t of section six oil, in township seven
teen i ITi, south and in range two Ci, west of the
third principal mercilian. The time allowed by law
for the redemption of said real estate will expire on
thelilth day of August, Ishi.
Ai.r.x. ii. m in, purchaser.
Cairo, 111., April 1st, lsM.
617 St. Charles St,, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A. raeular Ornditnlo of two medical
colleges, has been lont'ei engaged In the treat
ment of ( 'liroiiio, Nnrvoun, ssltin nnd
Jllornl lilseases than any other physician In
fct. I.oul. hi clly papers show and all old resi
dents know. Consultation at oitlce or by mall,
free and Invited. A friendly talk or his opinion
cost nothing. When It Is Inconvenient tovlslt
the city for treatment, medicines can be sent
by mnll or express everywhere. Curable case
guaranteed: where doubt exists it 1 frankly
stated, tailor Write.
Nervons Prostration, TMitmy, Muntal and
Physical Wcaknm, Mercurial and othur
affections of Throat, Skin and Bonen, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affec
tions, Old Sore and fleers, Impediment! to
Marriage, Rheumatism, Tile. (special at
tention t cases from orer-worked brain.
SL'RfilCAL CASKS receive special attention.
Disease arising from Imprudence, Fxeesses,
Indulgences or Exposures,
It I self-evident that a physician paving
particular attention to a class of rases attains
great skill, ami physic-bun In regular practice
an over ine couiiii-y anowniK uoh, ireum-nuy
recommend caes to the oldest otllce In Ameri
ca, where everv known aiailianre Is resorted
to, ind the provHil uooil reined ie of all
ages and countries are used, A w bole house I
used for office purposes, and nil are treated wltu
skill la a respectful manner; and, knowing
what to do, no experiments are made. On ac
count of the great niniilier npplylug, the
charge are kept low, often lower than Is de
nianned by others. If yon secure the skill and
ret a speedy and perfect lib, cure, that Is the
mportant matter. Pamphlet, pages. Sent
to any addres free.
plates. MARRIAGE GUIDE! pages
Elegant cloth and gilt binding. Healed for 60
cents In postage or currency. Over Hlty won
derful pen pictures, true to life, articles on the
following subjects: IVIin may marry V whonoti
whyV l'rnperageto inarrv. Whomnrry first.
Manhood, Womanhood. Physical decay. Who
ahould marry. How life and'liapplnesi may be
Increased. Those married or contemplating
marrying should read It. It ought to be read
by all adult persons, then kept under lock and
key. Popular edition, same as above, but paier
cover and iuu page, Hi cent by wall, lu money
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iooii iraru irom Cairo nrrlvef In new Yo'k Vol
noinltigat lo::i.-,. Tt:irty-sii tours In advatl
u-. oilier route, :
I ty-Fnr throurh tickets a,.rt furth
tpplvat Illiiiois C.,-Mra! liai rosd Depot, Cairo
. , II. .M)N KS, Ticket A ge:
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P O. ctr del. op n from 7 .Hi aai to T:M
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Sundats liox del . open from . . .6 a. m to ln:m
ttyXol E Chang will be pn'disbed fr
time to tioii in city paper ( hat ge vour cards
cordingly. W.M. M. ML'Ki'HY. P. M
till k( 1IKS.
pAll'.O BAPTIST. -Corner Tentti anc Pop
J stnets; preaching everv siut-Ja, mo nh gt
ntiht at u-ual h'Mirs. Prayer r.eui ng WedL
liay sight; bundav ecbool, V:."n g.n
Hev. J.NO. t. EDEN, Pastor
pllfUCU OK THE RKDKEM ER lEplscc;
Kourteemh street; Sunday fooa m., Ii!
Cotcniunion W:S0. m.. "rtlr.g I'rtyers II a.
Sunday silo o! 3 p. m.. Evening Prayers 7: ju p
F. P. 1'avcn port, S. T. B. Rector.
I-IIST VISSlONARV BAPTIST CHChCH
IT (-.' lili.g at 10:30 a. n... 3 p. m., and 7:S0 p.
a! bstl pchool et 7 30 p. in Rev. T. J. Shot
j fi lir.ll.'.N- Thirteenth street; (crvkci hJ
Is bath l:'V a m.; Sunday (chool 2 p m. Rel
-r i.; pc, pat ir.
K'lllolilST Cor. Eighth and Walnnt atrec
tl Preaching babhath UMKU. m. and7:10p.
r.da; .s.-t.o..l at :'JUp. m. I!ev. J. A. Scarrct
p .! or.
I ) RENHYTKRIAN Eighth street: nreacnlng
t SiOil a'h at 11:00 a. n.. and 7:30 o. m.: nrav
lint : Wednesday at 7:30p.m.; Sunday bebe
1 1 m. rev u. i . 'jeorge, pastor.
. '! .MiSKPil S -iRoinan Catholic.) Corner Cro
"i ivainnt sireeis; .Mass every Sunday at
and IS a. m. ; Sunday school at 2 p. m , and Vest,
crs at 3p. m. .M -p ev-ry morning al 8 a. rn. K'
C. 8 necney, pastor.
Si PATKlCK'S-xRonian Catholic) Corner Kind
reel and Washington aveune; Mas even
Sunday and s and in a. m.: Sunday peboo at is p.m,
aua cspers a-, a p. m . .i as eve y morning at
p. m. Rev. J. Murphy, pastor.
iivot Thomas IV. Hu.hiiay.
; reaHUfcr Ci.atbs F. Nellu.
lerk-Dinrie. J. Koley.
(..rist!or--Wm. H. Gilbert,
ilarpba! L. II. Meyers,
mrnev William Hetidrlek.
Police Magistrate A. Comings.
aoAiiu or AUiHMa
irsi Ward IVm.McHalf, Harry Walker
Second Ward-Jefse Hinkle, C, N. Hughes,
third Ward-B. F. Hlake, Kir: en Smith.
Fourth Ward-Charles O. Patier, Adoiph 8wd
P" 'th Vard--Ct ns. I ancasier. flenry Sout.
i rfi.it lulge II..T. Raker.
Circuit Clerk A. II. Irvin.
County Judge J. H. Robinson.
County Clerk S. J. Humm.
County Attorney Angus Leek.
County Treasurer Mile W. Parker,
Sheriff John Hodge.
Coroner R. Kltzpcrald
CouniyCoromlsBioueri! T. W. llallld ly, J. It
Miucanev ann peter sano
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