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THE DAILY CA1U0 BULLETIN: SATURDAY M MtN I Nr t AVRIL 19, 1834.
For the Cure of Coughs, Colds,!
Hoarseness, lironchitis,Croup, Infill
enza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In-
cipient Consumption and for the re
hef of consumptive persons in advan
ced stages of the Disease. 1 or Sale
by all Druggists. Price, 25 Cents.
The kldnevs act a curlUcri of the hlood. and
Ivbrn their function" are interfered with throngr,
Weakness, t.'icy Deed toning. They become bealth-
ally actiTe by the use of llostcttrr a hiomacri
tittera, when falling short of rellel Irom other
fourcri Jnls eupern sttmulutlng tonic al-o pre
en la and arrests fcrT and aue, cDatlpation,
Ivor romp ami. dyspepsia, rheumatism and other
aliments. L'se It with retuiarit. .
For rale b all dru giate and deulers generally.
LIVER COMPLAINTS, o
Beraans It arta on the I.I V HI, BOWELS and
KlllVKYS at the aama time.
Benaose it cleanse, tha system of the poiaon
oua humora that develops in Kidney and Uri
nary Dlaeaaea, BUlouancae, Jaundjra, Corutipa
tton. Pile, or is Hneumausm, Neuralgia, Mer
roua Ittsordere and all Female Complain u.
irSOUD PHOiiF OV Tllli,
IT TO1 8TJ&ELT CUHE
By causing FKTTK ACTION of ail tha organs
and funcUona, thereby
CLEANSING the BLOOD
restoring tha normal power to throw off disease.
THOUSANDS OF CASES
of tha worst forma of thcee terrible dlacaaee
hare baea qaickiy relieved, and in a abort tune
PRICE, SI. 1.11(1 11) OK DRV, hOLD HI tlgl. Gfcl.sTi,
Pry can ba aent by mail.
WZLLS, RICHARDSON St Co., Burlington, Vt
8 b& lump lit Invy A. --uu.se fuf 14.
TL JA..An.1nlln t if Irlft TFI t nil' fl f nf PlinfPF
with Swlft Specific tee his so wonderful, that nil
po tmictea mou a wrue u.
Cancer For Fourteen Years.
Spartanburg. S. C . March 14,
I have for 14 ye been asuffererf mm a running
sore on my face that everybody called a Caxckr. 1
have u' dove Sin worth of medicine and found
no relief. About four months ago I bought one
bottle ol Ssift'a Sr' Iflc from Dr. H. K Hemltsh.
and since have bonght five othe-s. have taken it,
and they have itrkd mr sound and well! My face
i- fr..- fmm a sore aa anybody's, and my healtn
1 perfect y re-tored. 1 feel like forty veara had
been lifted oft uiy head
Mr. B. P. Burns, Hope, Ark., says, under date of
Jan. -ii. ISM: "I have taken five bottles of Swift a
specific for a sore on my temple said to be a can
cer. I have been wonderfully beucllted and will
toon be a well man.''
Mr. W. K. Boblann, Davisboro. Ga.. wrllei, un
der date of January 8, 1KI: I am getting on finely
Ihoul'er Is gradually healing. 1 feel thai Swift a
Specific will care the horrible cancer which has
been feeding on me fur over "J i y- a-i."
Mr W. II Gilbert, Alhany. ia., svva:
"A (ronileman named Mo .re near this city had
an eating causer on hia lace, which had eaten away
his n:se and hia under lip. and had eitended np
until it had nearly reached hia eye. The cancer
was eating his gum and had rendered bis teeth so
louse that he thought they might at any time drop
ont. He has been taking Swift's Siuscific shout
three m nths, and us effect has been wonderful.
It hae driven the poison from his system, the can
cer has healed ureatlv. his teeth havj become
atroiig again, and he thinks he has boen rescued
from an awful death. He U the meat euthuaiasnc
man I ever law."
Our treatise on Wood and Skin Diseases mailed
free to applicants. ..
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
Drawer :t, Atlanta, t.a.
New York Offlre, 159 V. Sid St , between Sixth
and Seventh Avenues
matism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Pleurisy Pains, Hliteh in the
Side, Backache, Swollen Joints,
Tain in the Chest, and all paint and aches either local or
doop-seateaaroinsiauxiy "" -the
well-known Hop neuter. Compounded, as It la, of
the meUicinal Tirtueaof fresh Hops, Ouiua, Balsams and
Eitracta.lt la indeed tin bt.it pain-killinif, atimulatlnir,
a.iothlnirandatren(rthenln(r Poroua I'laater ever ma.lo,
n,m iinitr are aold by all drugglsta and eountry atorea.
Mailed on receipt of n J
Proprietors and Mnnu
a I vUaU'ii tmiKUu, 1'a.l bri.uth, H,Mir(toiiiueli and liver
"llrM cured hv Unwh v's Rt imiirh anil l.lvor IMIK 8ft cts.
DK. II. II. KANK, of th Ugulnrfy
Horn), new olfrrt ft RetuHr wliirc)ji
an j on rar hlaiMif qnlrhl tad palnlfuly. For Ifitimo.
ftUltSDil tndonimfntp from tmlntnt mtMlral tun,Ar,,l(lrU
M M. lUHM, A M. .!,, 10 UU, Nw lrk til.
GORDON HEARD FROM.
Good Nowb From the Bcltai-uored
Peace-Maker In tho
His Enemies Divided Into Factions, and
the False Prophet Without Honor
in Bis Own Camp.
A Victory for the French Over the Troops
of the Brother of the Son Fun
GOOD NEWS FROM CUItDON.
Caiko, April 18. Sir Evelyn Baring,
the English Minister in E'.'ypt, to-day re
ceived a letter from General Gordon,
dated Khartoum April 9th, In w hich he
says a merchant from KlObeld arrived at
Khartoum and reports that a serious re
volt against Mahdi had taken place among
the tribes there, who have hitherto been
the warm supporters of the false prophet.
Sheiks of the Faallat tribes are becom
ing dlssatislled at the Mahdl's adminis
tration of affairs, and have openly re
belled agaitt him and withdrawn from
The Mahdl summoning his supporters
and attempting to chastize the rebels, the
latter turned upon the Mahdl's forces,
and after a desperate battle defeated
them, El Mahdi losing heavily In the
battle. The next day the engagement was
resumed when the Mahdl was ai:aln de
feated with great loss. The Fazallat
tribes lost many men In both lights. The
merchant reports that when he left El.
Obeid the Fazallat tribes had El Mahdi
surrounded and would undoubtedly com
pel hini to surrender.
GOT THE1K gi rXK.
Paws April li. Official dispatches re
ceived this morning from General Millot
announce that the French troops have
taken the ciudels of l'hunaiutram and
Dontrgan, the Chinese being completely
routed. French tro ps are now in pur
Bkki.in, April Is. The apparent con
flict in the statements made yesterday
concerning Crown Prince Frederick
William in connection with the Presi
dency of the Prussian Council of State,
arose from confouuding the Council of
State with the Ministry. It would be al
tocether impossible for the Crown Prince
to assume the Presidency of the latter,
but there is no objection to his becoming
the presiding oflicer of the former, and
this he has expressed his willitignes to be.
TIIIRI) 1 KI A I. KH CONSPIRACY.
Di hi.in, April IS. The third trial of
four of the thirteen charged with con
spiracy to murder Win. Smythe, of Bar
barville, commenced this morning. The
evidence so far Is a repetition of that
given at the former trial. The defense
before si t up an alibi. The case Is ex
pected to be finished on Monday. It will
be remembered that In tho first trial of
Kobt. Elliott, Swords, Magrath and Le
tr.inge, the four alleged conspirators, after
the taking of the creator part of the testi
mony, one of the jurors was taken sick
and the trial collapsed. At the second
trial of the same parties the jury failed to
LOWF.LL AT KMNBCKOIt.
EniNiu'KGti, April IS. The celebration
of the Tercentenary of the foundation of
Edinburgh University continued to-day,
when the students gave a reception to
Sir Stafford Xorthcote, the Lord Rector.
In his address to the students Sir Staf
ford warmly eulogized the advantages and
grow th of the University, at the conclu
sion of which he called on Minister Low
ell, whom he described as one of the
greatest ornaments of the literary world,
to address tha students. Lowell, after
receiving prolonged cheers, said that after
having been a teacher for twenty years it
afforded him irreat pleasure to attend this
meeting of students. The teacher's of
fice, he said, was full of tremendous con
sequence, and he hoped the students fully
appreciated the efforts w hich were con
stantly being made In their behalf by the
Havre, April 18. The export ol
dynamite from this port to England
continues unchecked, as there Is no law
to check it.
Treats Only of Secret Political Socle-tiea-The
Komk, April 18. The encyclical lettei
just issurd by the Pope relates entirely
to secret political societies. His Holiness
treats the subject in an elevated, non.
aggressive style, citing philosophic, the
logic and historic points, and alluding tc
no country specially in his strictures.
The text of the letter will not be made
public until next week.
The formal documents exempting tht
American College from sale was yester
day lodged with the Propaganda.
GEVEKAL PALM A MISSING.
Rumors That He is Organizing1 a Fill
St. Loris, Mo., April 18. General
Palma, Postmaster-General of Honduras,
who was to have nrrlved in St. Louis
yesterday, is creating anxiety for his
friends. He left New Orleans Monday,
and has not since been heard from.
Friends there have written asking if he
has arrived here. As he was Presi
dent of the Cuban Revolutionary Gov
ernment in 188, It Is rumored that he
has come to the United States In the
Interest of Auguero, who has Invaded
To Settle with Their Creditors.
Baltimore, Mi., April 18. T. Robert
Jenkins & Sons, who suspended some days
ago, to-day filed in the clerk's oillec of the
Supcrier Court a deed conveying ail theii
property to Charles Poe and Robert 8el.
rflen, trustees, (or the benefltof their cred
Itors. Seidcn filed his bondfor f 400,00a
Eight buildings burned at Hot Springs.
Tho Manitobans are threatening seces
sion In good earnest.
Railroad stocks were lower yesterday
and mining stocks higher.
The business quarter of Monroe, La.,
has been entirely destroyed by lire.
The proposed reduction of telegraph
rates in England has been postponed.
The Union Paclllc Railway expects to
earn 813,000,000 during the tlscal year.
Mexico Is negotiating with the Franco
Egyptian bauk for a loan of JO,OUO,000.
A proclamation has been Issued offer
ing 8:'5,00D reward for the rescue of tho
Sheriff DavliLson, of New York, on trial
for frauds, was acquitted under instruc
tions of the court.
Emperor William's departure for Wies
baden has boen postponed on account of
the Empress' Illness.
The United States Navy has formed a
cordon around Key West to prevent the
sailing of any more lllibusters.
The Indiana Democratic Association of
Washington formally announce McDon
ald's candidacy for the Presidential nom
ination. In Marlon County, S. C, hundreds of
persons are said to be In dangerof starva
tion. In no year since the war has there
been such scarcity of food.
The Seventh Osweiro, New York Dis
trict has selected 1). M. Osboru and T.
G. Yoemans as delegates to the Chicago
convention. Both are for Blaine.
Prof. Ed. Hogan made a successful
balloon ascension at Jackson, Mich.,
to-day, In an oiled silk balloon,
sixty feet in height from the trapeze.
The Excise Commissioners in New York
refuse to renew the licenses of Hurry
Hill, the notorious sporting man, and
Billy Madden the backer of Sullivan.
Three charges of larceny have been pre
f erred against Lorenzo Diininick, of the
firm of Crosby & Dimmick, Buffalo.
The amount involved is over 8100,000.
Officers of the navy may carry a pretty
high hand over the men on Arctic expedi
tions, but the sailors take vigorous re
venge when they get before a Congres
Reports of heavy rains and floods in
Maine and New Hampshire continue to
come in. Thousands of bridges and
dams are threatened. If the dams break
many houses will be washed away.
An Operator's Neglect.
PrnsiiLKi.i!, Pa , April IS. By the neg
lct of the telegraph operator at Steuben
ville, Ohio, to deliver the proper train or
ders, two freight trains on the Pan-Handle
Railroad came into collision near Wheeler
Junction this morning. Both engines and
U-n cars were completely wrecked.
Brakesmen Fischer and Wright and lire
man Flaherty were slightly injured.
One-Armed Murderer's Confession.il
Indkpe.vhenck, Mo., April IS. Jas.
Henry Shaw, a one-armed man who is
serving out a sentence in the County Jail
for stealing silverware from the Central
Hotel, h is confessed that he assisted in
the murderof Ruftis Johnson, acoai miner,
In HuginsvUle, Mo., on the night of April
Fire in New York.
New York, April IS. Fire to-d.iy in
the foiir-tory building at lss Grand
street, occupied by R. K. Wise's picture
frame factory, C. II. Loser's trunk fac
tory, and Harbinger's hardware store,
caused a loss of 814, Oou; partially in
sured. MARKET REPORTS.
Oram and Provisions.
FRIDAY, AI'HIL IS, lssi.
Cotton steady ; niidillintr, lisllc.
Fi.ot u steady; XAX to L'huice, fj.uit.T5;
W'hkat Higher; So. 2, Red, fl.WY21.10S ;
No. 3 Red. H tC2 (,1.0J.
t.otis Higher; No. 2 mixed, 4dS H'lc; Nj.
2 white mixed, Sd,(&.'tSc.
oats .stea'ly ; No. 2. .U'Uu.
Hvk SVaiiy; No. 2. ."i(((jVe.
Tobacco Finn; lutrs. common to choii e,
f5.75tflU.V0; leaf; common led leaf, Sf.t (,
10 X); medium to (rood $ I-' Vc 17 . .
Hay Prairie iU.(ioill ,nu lor prime; f.M
12.00 for elioice; mixed J lid for rom mm
to prime; timothy fH17 lor prime to taney.
Ui'TTBii Steady; choice to fancy creamery,
30(tkJ dairy, (rood to choice i.V.;27e; and
2sc. for selection, low grades nominal.
Emis Wi a i at lle.
Potatoes Fuir de:tmrd and eayj
Eastern, 40,'i,4;ic; Northern, tf'iSri.". ; bot
tom and Illinois, I.Via2."c.
I'okk Dull; standard mess, f lf.T5-2,17.0J;
hard side, f K'52'.,.
Lahu Steady; prime steam, nominal at
ilACo.N-Lontrs, i!"'8c; shorts, U'jc; clear
Wool. Tub-washed choice, ;tKWle: mo-dium.W'iit-'c:
unwashed medium, 23&24c; low
and coHrse grades, l.VxtlSc.
Hides oui t; dry tlint, is,c; dam
aRcd, lS'if; bulls or stjKS. luV'tllo; dry
salted. l;ic; dry suite I, ditmnsred, lie; kip and
calf, salted, W'c; damaired, 7; bulls and
staifs, tic; green, uneiiied, s-c; damaged,
Siikkp Pelts Steady ; green, SOcfl.Ofl;
dry do, ftktpie., as to amount mid iimlitv of
wool; green Slieai inirs, SuiJic.; dry do, leii2ue.
Wheat Higher; April, Mc; May, sC'ic;
June, R7 Vsttc; July. iM-VjiHi :e.
Corn-Higher, April, ftlc; May, 51'sc;
June, MS c; July. .V c; August, W.
Oats Steady; April 31'je; May, 3u',c; Juno,
32 Sc: July, It: Sc.
Pork Higher; May, f lti.S7'i ; June, f 17.00;
July, 1 17.1(1.
Lard Firmer; May, fs.:!3; June, fs.4.";
Shout Hi us Mav, fs.2.1; June, fs."-,;
July, f .',.
WiiKAT-Steady; No. 2 lied, April. fl.lK);
May. l.iBJ,l.Ui: Juno. tl.04',ul.'o.
Corn Higher; April, .V.i',e; May.
Oats Firm; Weetern, spot, .Tfte.
Provisions Pork Dull; spot mess. lrt.r0
18.7.5; Lard Higher; steum, May, f s..)7'.lS;
Live Stock Markets.
Hotis Ho.clpts, ln.ism; faii-lv active and
steady; light, tl.OOdki.'.); rough packing,
f5.40r4ki.su ; heavy pueking and shipping, .".Vi
Cattle Receipts, 5..VW; si, w but steady;
exports, (n.XVirjtiM; gMd to choice, f5.HO iii.mi;
common to fair, f5jVCC5.S0.
Shkkp HeceinU 2,5i; blow; c. iniiion to
Cattlii Quiet; pool to choice steers. Jfi.ng
6.); fuir to good, ?5.7iVi,'l.5i'; tnixeil buteh
era', f;i.7.Vii.i.KI; stockers, f 4.UU14 5u.
SlIKEI" Weaker; lair to good Western sheep,
f4.75"i5.lfl; choice to fa iey, f.'i.V.trt.jU; good
Western liimbs, fH.:;.V',7.2i.
Hons Dull; good to choice Yorkers, fn.l.
.;); good medium weights, fil.l.ijt).;i0; pigs.
Cattle Heeelpta, l.SuO; steady; native
steers of HS5 to I.Wi ll.s. average, S5.10
5.75; stockers ami feeders, f 4.40ii5 (10: cows.
HotiS Receipts, 4,r.(l0; steady; lots of I' 5
toUlftlb. average, f.5. 1(4 ."r, inuiiily, f5.."iO
taKtl lleceiptN S05; quiet mid linolmngid.
W. K. :.miiiiin, nwr e,iMrul i iik I'ri i.ktiw
and BU!irn!iim! pn-hcc ;-r . hi. (ir.O rsfur nil
kiu'lo f ft. MinlniHt Jut, i.i'iiting anil, in d. oilke
a! injwi.' a liii"1" in 0 r . i . s,,. ; i , , t , , ;rl,c,
fcTVOK. of Til K HIV I It.
The liver mtrked h th- nnge at this
port at 0 ). in. :1S le. t 7 inches and ris
Cliattiinoogi, April H.Uiver 13 f,,et o
inches and fulling.
Oincinimti, April lS.-Il.ver li feet 4
inches and riine.
Louisville, April iy.j:vn 8 feet
0 inchog and bt ai ii n n v..'
Nashville, Apiii IS R.vti 21 ft 0 inches
Pjltsburg, April I S. -Uiver 5 'ei t 10 in
ches and rising.
St Louis, Apiil IT Uivei 2 ' Ii 7 inch
es and tailing.
The II. T. I) -xti r ir mi Kv in.-.viile comes
through ni,aln to-ui'Tiow.
The Paris U. U o, mi from Cincinn.ni Is
due for New ();. r.- to-iin.rraw.
The light dMiht stenmer J. If. Hillni'.n
is due this evenirg fmin Xtshvi.le.
The Arksn-'is City fr,,m Vicksb irg will
repoit here this evening for St. Louis.
The City of New Or!onus from the South
wiil pa's up for Sr. Louis this morning.
She has a fine piem.'er trip.
The City ol St. Imis ptssed enwn for
New Orleans y' -t.-rl iy. She hml a good
The Guiding Star ft la te for New Or
leans with her guard in the water. She
il'ptr'el nt 7 a. m.yeti.-rhy.
Toe reliable Hudson will report here
early this evening. S-e Pa.s-cn,'r.r A''ent
W. F. L-ttnbdin and get y-ur tickets.
The Wyom'n.', "kn-.wn us the "Jersey
Lily," will report hero Moiid iv naming
on her way to Citicinniti from New Or
leans. The Andy I! .urn fi ni Cincinnati is due
to-night for Metnj lils mil wuy p-.ints. V.
F. Lamhdin, I'as-'eiijjer Agent, will give
The Jan.'-; W. G iif from M niph's will
arrive heie to m '.-row on her w ty to On
cinri'i. TheGdf is coinmtr.de 1 by Cspt.
J. I). Mi'or", -aIi ) n uniTersally popuhr.
For the list liv.j or six diys t!ie r.ilroads
and stenmboats h ive not been doing a very
heavy t.u-ine.-s in the passenger line from
Cair , it Ins f.iilen elf at least 50 percent.
The n w M .ry IJ.nts'op, five sn 1 a half
days out fr-m New Urlein?, arrived here
at ti s.i'i. jester! iy. Sue hnl a light
freight trip b'it was lull of l;rt class p'.i-s-enyers.
YesttrdAj in .rning a heavy int set in
at 5 o'c.ock and c.outinu d until about noon
with unabite i fury. Toe Ohio has ri.-en
here aboit six in. lies iu :hehj.-t21 hours.
We hope the h.'ivy rai.i lias Dot been
"No., you ,-ee ii" an.l ''now, you don't."
The Globe Democrat of yesterday says the
Charles Morgan wiil not go to New Or
leans, but leives Cincinnati this evenino
for St. L iuU. Mr. P. 15. Mauiou has gone
toL ui.-vihe to come round on her.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbano. Backache. Headache. Toothache.
Sore Throal. Mufllina-a. Sprnlns, Itruiaea,
liiirnw. SeiiliU. t'rt lUlcs.
IM) AM. OIIIKH HOllll.V I'UXS .Oil It MRS.
Soli tv Ufufti.lt ar l l.'-altT. v,vrvwlire. i iltj teun a botUe.
Dirwti-.tiH Id II l,tiKufig,a.
TIIK II Mil.KS a. VOOM.KR CO.
iv A WJ1U.H a Cu ) Balilaiun, Id., r.S. A.
I "Anakes's " SSu
an infalhkte mre lur Pilea
SlTiee $1, nt druggists, er
rnt prepaid by mull, samnls
frr. A. . "ANAKFSIS ''
U P P E R E R
1 from Yonthfnt In nrndtnes. cansmc
h-noin Dobiiity, Mental and I'hyu
cil Woaknftsa. aluablo information
frhnmernretV. L'KfrtlTt Tears suo-
' cuuiuilj. Dr.A.U.Ulia,UbX2iA(JUicas9
A favorite nnwrlntlnn at ens Of tb
moat nntrd and auceenaful pprlallsta in tho V. &
(now re'lrinl i for thPrnrpnf Xerrotia itebilitih
M ont yianhood, llafcnraiid Ifrrau. rit ill
Ui plai u acuk-U eu veluperce. UruggiitUKiui flu
Addreu DR. WARD & CO., Louiiiana. Mo.
WEAK, UNDEVELOPED. PARTS
(jK illKHI MAN IlilDV IM,H,.KI. I'l VI 1
(TTl.O. si HI M.TI1KM.I), ' ry, .n int.T
imti i- in.-nl I'.iil- run in ..or ioiht. Iii ri'in .. i n-
i ,,r.. i ." ill .iv Unit I II, Ii' I - IM I'Mli. lu I' lil li'lhl-
V. ii; i!i .ill i u m. Om In' f'uer.-iry. t Iif ii.lv it! iit- h n.
y. rv ni--li'.v i ti t.T-.-.l. Ini.T.'-tlil 1 1. rnMi iii.iv rT
f.-Vi. i i ir. n. i . niiin i.l ii rt i . 1 1 .1 r - I . v ii..!n- - nH
Tiio Nli'iin o.ro. Iluiini,, ...-r ;
rjUX I'l ItCIIAKH'S NOTICE.
To I.vilia F.lizaMh Journlgan. pnini'tinies called
Helen Ii. .loiirnlgan, flialieth Deliiuev, uud all
other persons interested-
You are hereby iiuliileil that nt a sale of real es
tate in Hi" county of Alexander unit stale of Illinois,
held by Hie county collector of said coimtv, at the
southwesterly door of the court house, in llie cilv of
Cairo, in said county mid state, on the :11st dav of
August, A. I. 1SS'.', the iitnliTsigned purchased tlm
followiiiL' real est:lt,. hereinafter deserilieil, Hlliialed
in the minify of Alexander mid state of Illinois,
fur taxes due uud ti ti ml, 1 thereon, for the vear
A. I). Is, together with penalties and coslsiViiid
real tat.. la ing taxed in the iiaiun of .lolm (lutes,
to -wit: I'rl. of section sixon, in township seven
teen (lit, south anil in raie.'b two rji, west of tlin
third meridian, containing lil Kl-lia) acres. Tim
time allowed by law for tho redemption of said re: I I
estate will expire on theSlst of August, lssi,
AI.KX.1I. IUVI.X, I'urchnser. I
Cairo, III., April PI, ISM. i
fur every Iu in of
SKIN AND MOOD
1'iiniilt'S to Scrofula.
rro CI KANSK Til : SK X, Scalp and Hlood of
-- I'cblu f. Mca y, nmplv, Copper t oloreil, Si ru-
fillous, inherited, and Contagious Humors, Blood
PoIoiih i'li'iirs, AlifCesBoa and Inl'iintUii skin Tor
tun a. the CfTii xii a Ifmr.niKs aro InfiiUihlo.
CrTiemA KR"oi.nknt. the new Blood I'unller,
Ditir tic. mid Aperient, expels d seme germs from
the blond and perspiration, audi thus removes he
cause, cuticura, tho great Skui Cure, Instantly
alhi s Iirliint! and liillamiiiai Ion, clears the Skin
and 5ia!p. Ilea's fleers and .Sores, restores Ihu
Complexion, Cutirura Soup, au e.ti!situ Skill
iieani iieriina loiiet Heq'iisl'e, la I no iHoenr'aoiu
Iu treating skiCd seases, ai.d for rough, ( happed,
or greasy skip, h'arkheads, blotches, and baby
niimors. iiucura itei eilie- ar.' tlio ouly imaillultf
bh oil purifiers and skin beiiiiiillcrs.
I'll s Ilol oii IMS. lo . lawver. M Mma Slrret.
Iloston, reporis a cii'ii of S iit Itli um under hia
ob ervation for tiui years, which covered the pa-
tu rn s Doiiv and ninns, anil to nhich all known
method-, of treatnieiil had been applied without
heneli', which wan complete! cured soli Iv hv the
Culieira itemed ;e. lenvinij a clean and healthy
Mil. ami M it- . KvKitKrr stkhiiinl He'ch-ra
bu. Msn write: -Our ! t:le boy uii terribly
Hillicted with Sen fula. Salt Kheuin, aid Krysipe
las ever sir.re he was horn, and nothinir we could
give helped him until w j tried Cntlcura It' medles,
which gradually cured h'ui, until heisasfuiras
ii. K. ('AHi'Kri-.:i. Ilendursoii, N. V.. cured of
Fsiriasis or Leprosy, of twen'y years, standing,
by Ciilicnri Keineiliea. The mof't wotnlerful cure
en reemd, A dust loin ful of scales 'r"in him dully.
I'hyaic'iins and his frie-ids tho ight ho iinot li t.
Cure swrrn to before a Justice of tf'e pea'.o and
ill naersoti s most prominent citizens.
Mils. S. E. Whipple, liecanir. III., writes that
hrrface, head, and seme pa Is of her boilv were
a'lnosi raw. II 'ad covered w ith scalis and sores.
Sutlered fearltiilv and tried evervthlng. I'ernia-
nenlly rured by the Cuticura Itumedica from a
Sold everywhere. Price: Cuticira. 50 c uts: R i
solvent, $1 to; S ap. C5 rents. PoiTtui Diuu anu
ClIKMii i. Co , Iloston, Mass.
Send for "How to Cure fklu Diseases."
SAXF0KDVS RADICAL CURE
Tin' Great Uiilsamit' Distillation of
Vitcli-Hizel Ainciii'iUi l'iiio, Cana
tliau Fir, JIii:igohl, Clovci'
Mossoni, Htc ,
Forthe Tnm'tl'a'e He'lef and ri"manent Cure of
t very form ofiuarrli, fr .tn a Simple Head Cold or
Infill' nza to the boss of Smell. '1' iste, and Hearing,
Cotiih, i'.-oticliitis, ar.d Incipient Cousi.inptiuii.
Keli.-f in fivo nnuiitus iu any and every esse. Noth
t'lglike t. (t at. ful, fr iL'raU, wbo'.asome Cure
b g ns Irom ilrnt Kppilrii'ion. aud is rapid, radical,
pu niaiieut. and never luilu.g ,
tu.e bottle K'tdli'iil Cure, one box Ca'harral Sol
vent and Sai'ford's Inhaler, Hll in one package,
forming a co'npl"tr trea'ineni. of all drug.'ist- f.r
fl sk for Sauford s Kailirul Cure. 1'ottku
Lou and Chemical Co.. Iloston.
Collin's Voltaic Klei trie 1'l.is-
tcr Inst'iktly ntTects the Nerv
ou System and buiiiftiea
I'uiil. A pefect Electric Bat
tery combined wi:h a Porous
13 THE CI1I
1' aster for 'J i c's. I' annihl
lates Pain, vitalizes Weak and
Worn Out I'urts. strei.L'ihens
'i ecu .Micies. prevents ll se ise. ai d does mote in
une-hail the time than any other plaster iu the
world. Sold everywhere.
VV I pt-t R ty i i n
r- . 'i 7. t u ' it
N r Vi nUW.ft.'fr i? X fill w r 10
30 UNION SQUARE NtWYORK.
ILL. MASS. CA.
rOR SALE BY
II. & Co., Cairo, 111,
8s S. Clark Sf., Opp. Court House, CHICAGO.
A reirnlnrtfrnilunto. S"T!n Hile( Mprclullst
In the fluted St.ltel, wh.e-0 l.ll K I.OM. l.l'i:illlNCi:,
perfect in. 'tie d and pun! ineiliciiio in.Miro hpki:py
and ri:i:MNKS r Cl io s of all Private. I hrenie mul
.rv'i:is 1ii"i.'s. A If'jcl inns of t he Jllooil, Sl.ln,
Klilueys, lllnilllel-, r.rillMlons, I leer, (H'l
Sores, du elling el' I liu t.lMiul-, ore M mil Ii,
Tbroiil. Jtono lnliia, periiianuuti ourud and
eradicnttd from tho sjaiuin lur life.
tICDUrjblO ThlitlltH. Tii)int'liri,StiiMl
IttHflW UUO J.'W't,.V jl lnu, M, ,,tt
ami I'lnisUal llVn7.n, Fiiiliixj Mmwrii,
WViifc !), Utinitiil Ihertopmnit, 7mji
wieiifs to Mitri iiuji', etc., from exriM, or nmj
rnii.oe, sjicrifii, tuifrttt ami privnti lij Vurrtl.
0J-Yoiin, ildille-Ageil and 1)1.1 men, and all
who nee, I meilical "kill "d eierlellfl,C"llult
Ur.li.ituatune.i. I In upniieii coim iielliing.andmny
save fatcre in ry nn.l bIuiiio. W hen inconvenient
to visit the city I ir tre.-it'iieiil, nuiliiinescaii h rent
even wliero I v mini or express l're rrnin oli.ee.
ill Ion. B -It isKTlf-evnlent that a 1'ii.v.ician xxho
(iive in. i ,l n'tenti'in to a cV of diseasen nt
tulna greal skill. and pliyieians thrmn-limit tin,
coimtrv, kii'vvi'''.!ns. Ireunentlvreeopiiiienil ilitlieuit
cases to th tiniest stpeeliiMM, by w-limn nvory
known (thimI rcmeily is HJi"l. T-llr. Itotn'a
Aff and l.ieeleueu tunlox hia opinion ol au
irx-mi Imiieritiitfc. p I'Iiosm xaho call tea no
one leil the Oeeter. ronsult at inm, f rcn and aurredly
conUilcMtliil. I 'asea which havsfailud inelitiiiiiiii
relii'f eluexxhurp, pspaeially aolicltvil. Keinnln Hi.
f ne tri'nti'il. Call nr writs, llixurs. from l to 4
to St Sundays, to to 111. GULOK lO ilKALXU
BUNT Fiilk. Address aa abova, .
LLIOIS CENTRAL R. R
Jim itof rhJ tf i-j-ir
Shortest ami Qnickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line Itunninj?
O DAILY THAIN
Making Direct Conneotiob
TiuiNa Liavi Cairo:
li :!10 a m. Mail,
Arrivingin St. Loula .t)0 a.m. ; Chicago, 8 :30p.a.j
Contiecung at Odin and Kfflngham for Clncis
null, Louisville, Indianapolis and points JEut.
112 p. m. Kust St. Louis and
Arriving in St I.outs 6:45 p.m., and connects
for all poiuta West.
M:-iu ii. in- Fast Kxpross,
For St. Louis and Chicago, arriving at St.LoulS
lU:lj p. m., and Chicago v&) a. m.
p.jn Cincinnati Express.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a. m.; Loulivlllef.:55
a m ; Indianapolis 4:0? a. m. I'aaseLgen by
this train reach the above points iy to 30
II of Us In advance of any other runts.
".frTho 3:ti a. ra. eipreas baa PfJLLMA
SohEl'l.vli CAIt from Cairo to Cincinnati, with.
oui chiinges, and through alecpera to St. Loals
Fast Time Kast.
P'lsiwpiiirpi'xj h? llue go through to Rait
l il.cilnvia ern Dolnts without anv d.u
caused by Sunday Intervening. The BatordsT after-
loon train iroiu cairn arrivee in new York Uondar
n...nln.,Ul III-'), n'l.l..l. X.... t- . A -
uuiu.'.k ax iuiixj-dia UUUI. IU .UVSIICVM
hi other ronte,
Ly"K'T through tickets and further lnformatlo
apply at Illinois Central Kail road Depot, Cairo.
J. It. JO.-xKS, Ticnet Ageat,
A. II. DAN HON. Gen. Fasa. Agent. Chlcag
U U. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL Il.n.
Tra.na Depart. Trains Arrive.
tMail 2:20 A.m. I tMatl .....4:0Sa.m.
Express :S:4! p.m. tExpresi 11 :20a.
Iht. Louis Ex.lJ:-.'5p.m. tbt. Louis Kx. 2:15p,.
f. c. u.it. (Southern Division.)
tM iil l:4" a.m I N. O. Ex... 11:10 a.m.
Express ln::jii a m. tN. O. Ex 4:30 a.m.
f.xccom i 4j p.m. I
st. L. & c. rt. it. (Xarrow-gUre).
Express 3:0(1 a m. I Expresa 1:1Ji.i.
Kx A Vail H:l a m. Ex. Mail...4:10o.B.
Accom ..lJM'S p.m. I Accom ....2:00 p.m.
ST. L. & I. M. R. R.
tEipress lO-.ao p.m. tExprest ..2:30 p.m.
W., BT. L. & P. II. R.
Mull & Ex 4:i0a.m. I 'Mall & Ejc...9.30d..
"Accom 4:00 p.m. sAccom 10:30 a.m.
Freight ?:45 a.m. Freight 6:45 p.m.
MoIIILE x OHIO It. R.
.Mai! 5:Ma.m. I Mail 9:10 P.m.
Daily except Sunlay. t Dallr.
AND DEPAHTUBE OP
I. C. K. U.(lhroui;hlock mall).. 5 a. m.
" " ..ll:10a.m
" (wav mall) 4:30 p.m.
" (Sontheru Dlv fi p. m.
Iron Mountain K. It 2:3up.m.
Wahii-h Ii. it 10 p, m.
Texas & St. Louis Ii. K 7 p. m.
St. Louis & t'-ilro it. H 5 p. m.
9 p. m.
9 p. m.
Ohloliiver p. a
Miss Liver arrives Wed., Sat. A Mon.
departs Wed., rri. 4 Sun.
P O. gen del. opi n from 7:30am to7:30 pr
P.O. box del. open from 6 a.m. to 9 p. m.
Sundays gen . ile'.. open from.. ..8a. m. to 10 a.m.
Stimlai a box del. open from. ...6 a. m. to 10:30am
ier-N'OTE.-Changca will be published frsm
time to time in city papers. Change yonr cards se
cordingly. WM. Jf. iixRPUir, P. at
617 St. Charles St., ST. LOUIS, HO.
A rctlnr Oratluntn of two medical
collet'es. lias been Ioiikci engaged In the treat
nient of t 'hronie, Nervbus, Slcin and
J ilon, l Diseases tiian any other physician in
St. Louis, as cilv papers show and all old resi
dent know. Consultation at office or by mall,
free and Invited. A friendly talk or his opinion
costs mulling. When It Is inconvenient to Tlslt
the city for neat men t, medlcliiea can. be aent
bvuiallorexpress everywhere. Curable caaea
guaranteed: where doubt exists it il frankly
stated. Call or Write,
m Nervona Prnlratlnn, Debility, Wtntal sj
Thyslral Weakness, Merrnrlal sad otter
affect lun of Throat, Skin anil Bonsi, Blood
ImpurltUs anil Blood Poisoning, Rkln Aitee
tlont, Old Soros and l lcers, Impediments to
Marriage, Rheumatism, Piles. Special at
tention to caea from orer-workfj brals.
Sl'lUilf AI, CASES rerelve apeelal attention.
Illseasea arising from Iniprudencss, Fie.assl,
IndulgenrM or Exposnrei,
It Ii self-evident that a phvilelan pavlnf
partleiil.ir attention to a class of cases attains
great skill, ami physicians In regular practice
all over the country knowing this, frequently
recommend cases to the oldest office In Ameri
ca, where every known appliance is resortef
to, and the provuxl good remli of alt
ages ami countries are used, A whole bouse Is
used i'..roil'ice purposes, and all are treated with
skill In a respectful manner; and. knowing"
w hat to do, no experiments are made. On ac
count of tlio great number applvlns;, the
charges are kept low, often lower than Is de
inaii'ied by others. If you secure the skill anil
getn 1'-and perfect life cms. that Is th
important inatler. PuuipUlet, 3d pages. Seut
to any address free.
plaus. I MARRIAGE GUIDE (pa2g!?s
Elegant cloth nnd gilt binding. Sealed for 50
rents In posliu'eor currency. Over fifty won
derful pen pictures, true to life, articles on the
following subjects: Who may marry 1 who not t
whvV Proper age to marry. Who marry first.
.Manhood. Womanhood. Physical decay. Who
should inari v. How life and happiness may ba
Increased. Those married or contemplating
linirrvlinr "hoiild read It. It ought lobe reaj
bv all adult persons, then kept under lock and
key, 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 r edit Ion. same as above, but paper
rover and M pages, ii cents by mill, iu niouey
powers, prematura decwy
and failure to perform life's
duties properly re oauaaal by
exeesseiL errors ol jroulh, etc,
will tin xl a perfect and laatini
restoration to robust krixliC
and vigorous mnnhood in
IHt MARSTON BOLUS.
rxcither atoiuaeh drugging nor
in trtimenta. Tbistreatmentof
Nervous .Debility and
lKh slei.l lSef.MvlBnnifnrml
uccfssfnl because based on perfect diagnoais,
new unit dlreet method, and Ionium tkor
ousliiifsa. Full internist ion aud Trvatis freak
Address i iinsoltiiig I'liysieian of
MARST0N REMEDY CO.. 46 W.I4th St., Wen York.,
hil. i;i s'rrs Uuu sr., tuicss'' i
Ubllshsd IMJi, Is soil liMltsf all rrf
, Nsrt.iu, CarvsIS o4 Ksll atf
SM.sj.p.m..lorl-, I ll.er (
Inr.wirlll', roil dlt,.l. wm
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