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CAIRO, IT,k SATURDAY MOUNIMI, APRIL 19, 1881,
rjlUK CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Banking Business
THOH. Vr. IIAI.I.IDAY
"JNTKRPltiSK SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS HAS K.
Til OS. W. IXAI.r.l DA'S .
Tn ii-n 'cr
Commercial Avenue ami Eighth strew
CAIRO. I IjIjS.
F. RltOSS. Prt-oKleiit. I P. N f.VP, Vi-.. I'riVm
II. W ELL.S, (.'.inlil r. I T. J. Kcrili, Am-'t ' Hut:
F. BroM IV r I William Kr.itf .('Mrc
Peter Net! ' Wliii.im Wolf....
('. M Ostcrlou " I i.'. I'Hller "
K. A. Under " I II. Wl '
J. Y. C'letn'on, C'nU-1'ii.la.;
A UE5KKAL HANKING Ill'SlSESS IM.NK.
ExchaDtfe rold and bouirlit. Iuteiett pti I ii
the Saving IVimrtrueul. Colleclioiit mvle em!
all biiilneM pruujflir attended w.
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Q.EORGE HARRISON LEACH, M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the Il'imeepathic treat
buii of caracal dUeim.n. and aim-mes of women
OFUt'K On Ulh etr"et. opptfite. the Poet
off.ee, Cairo, 111.
J) It. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOIl, ELECTKO-VAPOIt and MEDICATED
H ATI IS
A lady in attendance.
R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Ofuci No. 138 Commercial Aenat, between
Kebtjand NlLtn Streeti
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, Under tlie
Law of 1883.
Successor to Widows and Orphan Mu'itil Aid So
ciety, organized July 4th, 1877, under
tUe lavrs of 18TJ.
JOIIS II. ROBISSON.
WM. BTKATi' N
J. A. UOLOSTINK....
C. W. DONNING
BOARD OP DIRECTORS for 1st YEAR.
Wm. Stratum, Stratton A Bird, ero-.ero, Cairn, 111.,
J. A. &oldtlne, ofUoldatlne Roaenwatcr. whole
Dale and retail urv good;C. W. Dunnlntr. M. I.;
Prei. Ild. Med t'.x., for lYnolor,; Albert Lewis.
commlPDlon merchant; J. II. UoliiiiDon, county
iiid'o an - notary public; Wm. F. Pitcher, com.
broker and liuuraneo at'ent; K. II. Hni'd, city
Btreet Diipervinor; M. I'hlli , carpi nter and build
er; Thomaa l.ewln, attorney and secretary i K. V.
Pierce, attorney at-law, Dtuinoln III.; K . C. Pace
cashier of Centennial Ham, Ashler. III. 5 Albert
Ilayden, cashier of Georo Connolly & Co. , Spring
field, 1.1 ; U. M Munn. attorney-at-law, ltit liaa
dolph street, Chlcaiio; Hou. Uobt. A. Hatcher, at-torncv-at-lar,
Charleston, Mo.; II. Leighton,
cannier First National llauk, btnart, Iowa.
KUKUMATIH.U and NEl'UALULl have
lontf enouifb run riot in the bunion
They havo tormented the humitn family and
d U;d Uie luedii ul fueulty ; f rum tuuo out of memory
they liuvo corrupted the blood, deiuuraliztxl thoJotnUt,
vri.il tlio ii'-rvm, lunmized tliu mtudcn uud racked
thy bmu with weoryiuK aiu.
"Aniuipnouos" u tho enemy of Rheuma
tinn aud Nuumlk'ia, repair ihv.r dunjatd, renew,
the blood, cumh t'.ic JoiuU, calnm the ikts en, aouthtg
tho uuselcit, givta rt and jxuco to tho troubled
bruin, and ensure. deliKbtf ul aleep.
" AniLOpnoHOa" la a new remedy, but It has
lyxm abundantly tried. From far and near come tes.
timouiuU from well.kniwn ;ro!W who had loutf
xn nuffererH. It lias turned their dlseaoeH out. It
Laa cured Uiein, TUat la all, and that la enough.
" Athlopiiokos" can do for yon what
it liiw tlinei fur thubO fitillcrcrs. It can
drive out your KheiiuiatLjin atnl Neuralgia,
an l will do so it' you give it a fair trial.
" Atui.ophohos" has by tl:H tlrno had such a
poud trial all over the country that ltd true work U
known, and its true cuarccter proved.
"AntLOPiioitoa'1 nieata 'Prize-Bearer;"
" Victor ; " " Conqueror " 1 1 carries oif the prize aa
Victob OTer tbo iittacka of tbi terrible maladies,
and C'ONQL-KiiOB of tbo friKbtf id aKoulea their vie
tlinH havo enilured. Not a mere temirary rebef,
but a innitnent, fQilurairf, and triunipnont euro.
if you earmold ATniopnonoa of your drug
fcLst, we will M.-nd it express puld, on receipt of
rr.pil.ir price one dollar pr bottle. We pre fer
th.it you buy It from your dru'lst, but if ho
h Ln't It, do not be rsu.idf d to try somethlntj
tbse, but order at once from us aa directed.
ATKLOPHGROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
I "j I - niiokn'.h tne n l twtof aU L'iicco.
It i the r-cil way t.f smcsintr. You pet
iii'.re il.r ctly ut tiie flavor aii'l frawranre.
Y'''U tiK- tfip sm'keca'ler, and Uie time
(.lean... r aiid Kiler. lips atuoluM u
t:ii jk.:. ruii.'v 1 V a th: art.
The tu'Tv the qu'juton (f adulterated
!c.t.aeei f.ireea itf-if on the at--tition of.
"Ui. ri". th': rie're dfciraok' It Ixcmwi
tn know pp-c; !y what you are sickinr.
Is li.a. k .eU'B liuil Durham Hmoktny lo-
bacco you have . imaraat,
k own unadulteratwl product.
J& It frawTance, flavor, and
I unsurj asKilquality.aredu-
r.veu ironi me u ana air.
Try it. and you will be m
until. X me ireiiuine with
out trailcinark tf the Iiuli.
t mnvrtijfnl nh(rr.(r .nit RinrtA.
men mnoke Klackwell'a Bull Durham
buiolun Tobacco, ana utj tnjoy iu
The Kcirnlar Cairo A Paducali Uaily
IIENIiY E . TAYLOIi. Master.
CiKUliGE JOlJKs, Clerk.
T ..i.v..a I ..1 iiu'i f,,f C .Ir.-i H''v riundaTa eicent-
ed' at'1) a. in , n'id Mound ( ltv at 1 p. in'. Heturt-
, . . - VI. ...... I I' ' ' 1 1. at K f m
mi:, leavet ia ro ai jj.iu. , jiuuu-i v n, v u y.u..
Xa-hville, 1'aducah & Cairo U. S. Mail
For I'ad'iMh, Smith'and. ny.rshnre, Eddyvllle.
Canton, Uover, Ciarksville and Sinhvillu,
1!. S. RHEA.
J. S. TTNEU Master.
GEO. JOUKH .....Clem.
Leaves every Monday mornins at 10 o'clock a.m.
W. H. CIIERJiY.
WM. RTItoNi; M ster.
FKI.IS U HASTY Clerk.
L svi s crerr Fr'div mornine at M o'clock, mak
Ini; close conni ctiotis at Nashville with the L. A
. I!. K. and X. t C K It fur all points south,
with the Tpper Cunih rland Parki't Co.. for all
points for tho l'pper Cumberland. For freight or
pafs'ine, epply ou board or to W. F. Lanilidin,
For Salo bv
FLOUR, fill A IN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mil Is
Highest Cast Price Paid for Wheat.
VPfV. Jd. jf.U-
ilir iy of tint W orld.
There ut n cr-x fin q l(.t:v Ire",
Htcnini: 1 1 wur.il iro by:
H" Ml II III ' lie tin I fun p' nlullff
Willi Imijhi t r .( u l end i.l.-li.
"In Htnl i i;l : I r nli Mi" n:u: Icy n ut"
Pa e t'li':- e on ii'i-ii'ti.
Tl.e.r In mi.; v.i r- lonirity lor one anett
it' ill" ' " :':(., CO I'll. I I I" II,
11 i i-vi I .' : li'T. spi V.i- ii ".r oi'iiii''1,
N v.- t-r iv. i h .;
'ih' . w in i d ii . in i Is 'of! y tree,
" ! Ii" . .. 1. 1 t.,e ., ui d," l.i. euid.
A P i c. r
sit u it
ii !, );i. !H.,rk 1 l'.'H"',
Hut it. u i l i ' ! .t Ii.h .,,r.-.. 1 LI I..U',
X mi- hi ! : ii !, v.
II- till I it .. I ; il e 111(11;
11'IV C( ui , I ... i Ill v.. III.'
Ami i !.c : i : ni.i-.ii in,. iu his door,
Ii ii'. .i i' li'-i. in j a.;ii:',
lint he lie i I nut v.iutlcr they cuiiio or
"( : ,
lie I'l 1 1- i :;i '"t iii ml.
1 1n- i'miw .iii.i. 1-1 iii.v n f ;.i-n his lofty tree,
'J'.- iln-v.i vol i he mii Id," he mill,
", h"T- cit c i. Q t'f-n bv n roilHg-e led,
."t-iiki-1 1 1 wi-u'v t Iu i "!
Iii I i Ii i ut ki tl i- -i on- Ii i iI blow
'i h" I- : - ' t l.i! lull iu?
.ini sli i i--i... t ht hutiil ii' p"ii-ii!it'b brow,
Ami tin t: ' ui nt h'-r knee:
"(ii'i ul tie v. ;ilui, i- her now,
.A- 111 :l luli-t I. p: d III '."
"Xovi ti.nl b '.huiiiii d, ' said tlio old, oi l
.As h" d f i ' in his ii lt v bf iich:
"lh"t. ni' s are I I, but tlicri-'s much good
III the vai"Ot' tl.c ui.i'ii, I limv,"
I. K. W( ntlici ly.
A 1'iiv Stui'i'" and lii-tancf- (' tlio
I'l'i'M-ut .Hid Itnriiiic War.
Yon o.'ic'i heard,
:r!i!'liT, 1 1 1 1' 1 1 r i i
ai'l mi old Ude
(torit-s (it ltiiiii.r.anl nis-iis lieiiiu; ili-vul-je
1 l.y u r.itors. Niri'1 utit of ten
of such siorios arit without foundation
fur several r :i' !)-. the principal one
of which is opi-ratur--, as a c!a-3, arc
iilive their fc-pons.liiiiti' s and aro
lioin's'. '1 !;c pi'H'ciit:i''(.' of dishonest
ones i-, very .small iinlecd surprisingly
so, in fact, considering; tlio number of
men and woiii'-n aciively employed.
Ariolhcr re-sun is that ail reailv iin-
jortant ni' ssaj-cs are written in cipher
I'll'! are nn'.i iiiisiatabio without a key.
lji"i :i:.;-s have temptations cnottu'li
f f. .m u'l-rrupulims pc( p i? Mid bribes
i iiutiLrii arc ( 11' red them to betray their
l.ti-.s, but tli'-y r'.'.-i-t, and in the very
f.-wuni-s on record of fine proving
w. :ik, thr has always been a deserv
ed punishment meted" out 4" him in one
way or another.
"Attempts have often been made to
''ul nii's-acres by oul.siders, and these
i often In en by tapping the wires.
A l 'W years .'iL,r' out in a Kansas town
a tii.uip operator coi.tived the bril
liant plan of raising money by means
A P.moTS MKSSAdF..
Tlie rogii!ar;y employed operator re
j (,:e.l his proposal to write one anl
ordered him out of the olhve. He se
cured an instrument and a few miles
from town climbed a pole and cut his
relay into the line. Then calling up
t,.e town operator he sent him in tho
regular way a message addressed to
the town bank directing that his trans
ship be paid a hundred dollars. There
was nothing strange in this to tho re
ceiving operator. The tramp used the
siineii letter of a distant oilico and ob
served all the forms. However, ho was
nabbed before he got the money.
"Wires in cities and near them are
more dilhVuk to tap for the reason that
many of tin iu are duplex and fpiadru
plexVircttits. The presence of a for
eign instrument on one of these is in
stantly apparent. W ires running into
pooi-rooins carry a burden of precious
information to gamblers on races if
they can only get it in advance. They
have often tried. Last summer a se
lect coterie of them in Now York coax
ed a pair of needy and disreputable
operators into an elaborate scheme for
beating the pools. They were to tap
the wires at a lonely point, take oil' the
dispatches, and act upon tho advance
A BONANZA SCHEME. '
if the precautious of the company had
not unkindly interfered. The "com
pany's operator suspected something
was wrong for peculiar reasons com
prehensible only to an operator, and
putting his suspicions into action, had
tho sharpers arrested at tlio very
threshold of their glittering plan. Tin y
said if they could have worked the
scheme a week it would have made
them all rich. Now, I believe, pool
room wires, which aro among the most
important in the country, are patrolled
by armed watchers. A very clever
piece of wire-tapping that has never
been in print was accomplished in this
city. During the war waged on tho
bucket-shops by the board of trade and
telegraph companies all their tickers
were taken out. One of them got quo
tations from the market. How it did
so was a mystery, and would have re
mained so but lor its accidental dis
covery. Il was dune thus: A commis
sion linn not under the ban had a
branch cilice in a hotel, a telegraph
wire, and an operator who called oil'
quotations as he received them. Near
him was a telephone. To the casual
glance it was not in circuit; the lever
was down lb-ally tho lever was held
by a peg, and thus tho 'phono repeated
the unconscious operator's voice (and
quite utu onseious he was of the part
he played in the game) to a listener
three blocks away, and he to an opera
tor who telegraphed it over a secret wiro
to the bucket-shop. One morning tho
peg was brushed out of tho telephone,
and that ruined the dodgo that detect
ives had vainly sought to uncover. It
was too clever a piece of sharp practice
to do anything with but hush up.
"Wire-tapping was perfectly fair and
extensively practiced by tho military
telegraphers on both sides during the
war. Quito a number of prosperous
merchants and citizens in this city par
ticipated as army operators in the nu
merous exciting attemnls to sleal the
enemy's dispatches. Yhile destroying
as much as possible of the rebels' prop
erly it was often a rule with the union
I.F.AVE TI1KIK TEI.l'.filtAPlI LINKS
alone for this very purpose. The op
erators of both armies were en tho
alert and used all the means ingenuity
would suggest to defeat each other's
stealing. Tho union men, however,
learned more than the confederates.
The federal ariny cipher code was so
perfect that the enemy, although they
captured by their operators matiymes-sa-.es
iu transit over the wires and pub
lished tiiein in their newspapers with
appeals fur translations never could
find its key.
"1 he Southern boys were very wary.
Many a time a loyal" operator after tap
ping a rebel wir was discovered by
Ins inability to answer their signals,
such as, i"i- instauee, 'What's your
name?' A little banter and 'daring' of
each other, and he would descend after
destroying the wire. An operator with
Thomas, 1 think it was, stayed in a
tree-top forty-eight hours in a howling
rain-storm, "listening to confederate
dispatches passing over the wires. The
union men, us I .said, learned iuoro
than the other side did. The most suc
cessful instance of wire-cutting, how
ever, was by (itineral Lee's operator,
Gaston, lie managed to tap General
Grant's private wiro to Fort Monroe,
at a point near Surry Court IIou-so.
For three weeks
HE LlsTENED LNTUSCUVEltED
to cipher messages, copying aud for
warding them to his commander, who,
of course, could not make them out.
l!ut Gaston gut one dispatch iu plain
language the only one that was sent
in all that time and it proved a great
thing for his side. It was from the
quartermaster in Washington, aud re
ported that -.',o in cattle would bo land
ed at Coggin's Point. Lee's men were
ou hand to meet them, in overwhelm
ing force, and got the beef after a light
with the boys in blue and feasted and
made merry on it for forty days." In
The habit of depending on others is
an evidence of weakness. With many
it J's natural. From early childhood
there aro those who appear to need a
stronger person to lean ou. Like vines
that must cling to trees for support
some persons are ever feeling after a
stronger inlluence to bear them up.
Whether this can be overcome where it
is inherent is a question. It, has been
argued that it cannot. And yet there
are cases w here under stress of circum
stances natures that before were weak
and yielding have become strong and
vigorous. It has often been remarked
that women ou shipboard have shown
iu time of distress fortitude and cour
age greater than that of strong men.
It thus seems clear that this quality
may bo summoned when occasion de
mands it. Can it be cultivated for tho
ordinary uses of life?
Self-reliance is dependence on self in
emergencies and amid all tho duties
and druggies of life. Some idea of
whufwe are tho habit of self-depend
ence is a preparation for this. And
iu order to do this we believe the more
responsibility children are made to as
sume at homo, tho belter for them
For example, a round of duties may bo
assigned, for the regular and correct
performance of which they are held re
sponsible. This supposes that they bo
not reminded of those duties from day
to day, but expected to think of and at
tend to them. It may be the care of tho
room, the setting apart of certain hours
for stuJy. the looking after certain
chores. No matter what, responsibil
ity is attached, and the child then left.
If careless, it is evident that it is weak
in a very important particular. And
education, along this line, may lie reg
ular and constant. It is, however, only
Iu a more advanced stage this ele
ment assumes the exercise of judg
ment. Fur a child to merely perform
routine service does not bring into play
facilities which tend to self-reliance.
As a rule self-reliant persons aro thoso
who have decided opinions, and conli
denco in them. They thus act. And
j idgnient must be exercised in order to
strengthen and grow. As a rule, tho
best way to promote this is to compel
its exercise, atnl then aid by encourag
ing criticism. Fault-finding criticism
is not as a rule good. Il tends to em
barrass and discourage. Hut by point
ing out errors with judicious praiso
where deserved, and encouraging assu
rances, this quality may be si lengthen
ed. We remember a boy who for years
could not bo taught to observe. Cen
sure, abuse, ridicule and scorn only
confused aud discouraged. One day a
gentleman pointed out particulars of
certain otjeeis in a pleasant, kindly
way. The dormant faculties were
aroused in the boy, and his power of
observation rapidly grew. So with
judgment. Ii is a faculty that can bo
cultivated and encouraged.
But all mental aud even moral qual
ities need to be encouraged, not driv
en. These can bo best promoted iu
this way. A lout may be driven to
manual labor, but the intelligent must
ho encouraged. So with moral quali
ties. And self-reliance is a moral qual
ity, based tn a certain appreciation of
our intellectual faculties. This quality
may be so promoted that the possessor
shall be inllexibly tenacious in any pur
suit in life. And it is this self-reliant
tenacity thai reaches ultimate success.
In many cases tlio diil'ercnee in success
or failure is that of self-reliance and
tenacity iu the promoter of an enter
prise And where possessed, il will
override dillieultios that appear insur
mountable to the weak. It is a quality
that limv well be cultivated. I'luladd
Some anonymous malefactor sends
tho following:" "Ueeipo for an evening
party: Take all the ladies and gentle
men you can get, put them into a room
with a small lire, and slew them well;
have readv twelve packs of cards, a pi
ano, a handful of prin s and drawings,
and throw them iu front from time to
time; as the mixture thickens, sweeten
with politeness and season with wit if
you have any, if not, llaiten will do as
well and it 'is very cheap; when all
have stewed for an 'hour add ices, jel
lies, cakes, lemonade, and wines."
Democratic Judicial Conven
Cksthalia, III., April 11, 1331.
The Democrats of the Fourth Appellate
Court District of the State of Illinois, and
f the Southern Grand Divisioo, aro reques
ted to meet in district convention, at Cen
tralis on Wednesday, May 21, 1884 for tho
First The nomination of a candidate
for Supeiuo Court Clerk for tho Southern
Second The nomination of a candidate
for Appellate Court Clerk iu tho Fourth
Appellate Court District.
Third Tho appointment of a Central
Committee fur the Southern Grand Divi
sion of the Supreme Court and for the
tourth Appellate Court District, and the
transaction of Buch other business that muy
be presented for consideration.
Tho counties in said District shall each
be entitled to representation in the conven
tien hereby called on the basis of one dele
gate for every four hundred vote?, and also
one delegate for every fraction over two
hundred votes caBt in said counties for tho
Hancock and English electors in 1880.
Tho Democrats of the several counties
composing said District shall appoint dele
gates to the convention hereby culled on
the basis hereby established, on such day
and in such manner 89 may be determined
by the Democratic County Committee of
The delegation of each county shall an
nounce its vote by its chairman whenever,
during the proceedings of the convention,
a vote is taken by counties.
By order of committee.
R. B. WITCUER, Chairman.
Owen Scott, Sectretary.
The several counties in the Southern
Grand Division are entitled to the number
of delegates as follows:
Sr. Clair ...
Ho passed a hundred men on Wood
ward nveutto before ho encountered a
faco which seemed to hit him. Thon
he stopped the owner with a gesture,
and asked :
"Mister, do you think spring is at
"What if I do or do not?" was tho
"Oh, nothing, only I'd liko your
"Are you interested iu knowing what
tho weather will bo for tho next thrco
"Well, somewhat. I've got to get
out of this town, and Fvo got to sell
my overcoat for money to travel on,
and Fin looking all over for somo one
to predict a warm wave!"
He was given a favorable prediction.
Ducks charge everybody with being a
"quack," and there are but few who are ex
empt from tho gosing accusation. Dr.
Bull's Cough Syruo is certainlr an excep
tion to tho rule, as it is no doubt the great
est remedy offered to a suffering peoplo.
LIST OF LETTEIIS REMAINING UNCALLED
FOR IN TIIE TOSTOFFICE AT CAIRO, ILL,
SATURDAY, Arut 19, 1884.
Ames, Mary Bclire, Mary
Brankly, Mary A Bell, Lauior
Bryant, Kate Cover, Marinda
Cheatam, Mary Calvert, Gusta
Hicks, Mella Easley, Beverley
Emerson, Allic Filmore, Addie F
Goodman, Jane Hayens, Ellcr
Harris, Arrena Johnson, Nellie
Land, Nellie ' McFarland, Rillah
More, Mattie Nerve', Ettie
Pomts, Cattic Smith, Caty
Shofner, Louse Sewell, Jennie
Cidney Williams, Wilson, Nelley
Walsh, K U Winslow, Jennie
Winch, C J Warner, Bell
M ry Young.
Advincr, Suncil Autoni, Jacob
Burket, N F . Brown, Louis
Brooks, Jake Brown, Isacs
Budir, Henery Bibb, Charles G
Chapin, N D (2) Cobb, Hervery
Dichrich, Lenord, Daughcrty, John
Frazier, Ben A Henson, Bob
Ingrahn, Marion Keene, Smith
Kiley, Thos (2) Luttrell, W W
Little, 1 ) Medows, L
McCleem, t nhn M McBeoson, James
McDonald, John L Meeks, A B
MeAlster, Bidd Merrey J W
Robinson, Dick Sigler, Norman W
Sherrey, Michal Sprinkle, JoBhna F
Smith, Jessie C Shields, John (2)
Smedlcy, James (2) Shelton, James A
Stanley, James Thompson, Geo W
Torrev, Charles L Thompson, Mr
Woodward, W W Wheeler, John A
Whettnon, John Wilson, Charles A
Persons calling for tlio above letters will
please Bay advertised.
Wm. M. Murphy, rostuustcr.
For sale cheap, at corner 17th and Wash
inton Ave., next building abure tho Post
office. Household Goods at Auction!
Will be gold at auction at residence of W.
F. Pitcher, corner 27th and Sycamore
Streets, Wednesday, 10 o'clock a. ra., 23d
insr. Household aud Kitchen Furniture
consisting of 1 largo base-burner stove, 2
heating aud 1 cooking stoves, 1 wardrobe,
1 book case; parlor set including sofa and
chairs; dining room furniture, tables, dish
es, etc. Articles too numerous to mention.
Sale positive and without reserve. 19-4t
Meii's Spring Suits from $3 up; large
stock of Boy's Suit fur Easter; good unlaun
dried shirts 50c, best quality 1.00; hats
rom the bankrupt hat house of Eddie,
Harvey & Co., and all other goods in the
clothing line uuusually low at Sadler's,
144 Commercial Ave. Call early and select
from a large stock. 12-Ct
Having established myself in the Under
taking business in Cairo on Commercial
Avenue, between 11th and 12th street, I
respectfully invite all who are in need of
anything in my liue to givo mo a call. I
keep iu stock all kinds ot coffins, metal
caskets, &c, also all kinds of furniture,
repairing and cabinet work done. Prices
reasonable. ii -lm Jxcon Fleck.
Legal Blanks Kept For Sale.
at The Bulletin cilice.
Special Warranty Deed.;,
Real Estate Mortgage,
Executions, Summons, Venire,
Garnishee Blanks, &c.
An End to Iiotie Scraping.
Edward Shepherd, of Uarrisburg, 111.,
says: "Having ruceived so much benefit
Irom Electric Bitters, I leel it my duty to
let suffering humanity know it. Have had a
running soru on my leg tor eight years; my
doctors told mo I would have to havo the
bone scraped or leg amputated. I used,
inbtend, three bottles of Electric Bitters and
seven boxis Buckleu's Arnica S live, aed
my leg is now sound and well."
Electric Bitters are sold at fifty cents a
bottle, and Bueklen's Arnica Salvo at 2oc.
per box by Barclay Bros. (5)
Knckten's Arnica Salve
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Ilheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to givo per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
23 cents pr box. For sale by Barclay
As when she was Young.
"I have used Parker's Hair Balsam and
like it better than any similar preparation
I know of," writes Mrs. Ellen Perry, wife
of Ruv. P. Perry, of Cohlbrook Springs,
Mass. ".My hair was almost entirely gray'
but a dollar bottle of tho Balsam has re
stored the softness, and tho brown color it
had when I was young not a single gray
hair left. Since I began applying the Bal
sam my hair has stopped falling out, and I
find that it is a perfectly harmless and
Photographs, engravings, etc., can be ex
quisitely colored with liquid art colors
made from Diamond Dyes. Full direc
tions for this beautiful art work, with a
handsome colored cabinet photo sint to
any address for 10 cents.
WELLS & RICHARDSON CO,,
Emory's Little Cathartic Pills aro suffi
ciently powerful for tho most robust, yet
the safest for children and weak constitu
tions. 13 cents. (7)
A Fair Offer.
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich,
offer to send Dr, Dye's Voltaic Btdt and
Applicances ou trial, for thirty days, to
men, old or young, atllictcd with nervous
debility, lost vitality and kindred troubles.
See advertisement in this paper. 2
Avoid cheap goods. The Hop Plaster
cures pains and aches where other plasters
simply relieve, 23c. at all druggists. (0)
QAIR0 VVERX HOUSE.
Ono Xiglit Only.
Saturday Matinee ) APPTT. 1ft
Saturday .Night f A I lilii IV.
Tho Little Dutchess Co.
Miss 3IATIE WILLIAMS,
tlio brllliiint aud capahlo yotin? aelraat, unpported
liy ii flmt olasn tuUiutt-d company, will appear
ror the tlrt Umii in Cairo Smmdny a tcrnooD
matinee ami Saturday tvoulutf, April 1'tth, In
the original comedy written HiiMdy for her
to live acts, entitled
"The little Duchess."
POPULAR PRICES. Tlcketi for tale at Dnder'i