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)AILi CAIRO B ULLETIN.
CAIRO,' ILL., TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 22, 1884
Q.EORGE HARRISON LEACH, M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment of surgical diseases, and dlses-es of women
ad children, ,.
OKiICK on 14th stroet, opposite tlie Post
office, Cairo, III.
JQR. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOB, ELECTRO-VAPOR ahd MEDICATED
A Udr In attendance.
J)K. K W. Willi LOCK,
UrriLi N'j. ?,r. Commercial Avenm, itwn
"pf" i nr.. I Sti.ih Mt.et
rjUIElTTY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
CAPITAL, sg 100,0 00!
A General Rankin? Kusiiiesw
TITOS W. HAIiMDAV
JjNTERPRlSE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
TIIOS. V. IIAL.L.1DA V,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
7. BKOSS. President. I P. NFF. VlcePres'nt
11. WELI.S, Cashier. T. J. Kerth, Ass't cash
F. Bross Ca'ro I William Kjute. .Coin
Peter NetT ... " A'illiam wolf.... '
CM Oslcrloh " 1 1 o Patter ''
E.A.Buder " I H. Well. '
J. Y. Clem'on, Caledonia.;
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DON' K.
Exchange Bold andboueht. Interett pild it
tbeSavtne;e Department. Collections miide and
all business promptly attended to.
136 & 138 Com'l Ave.
have received a full and complete line
ot new Fall and Winter
Cloaks, Dolmans, Notions, Etc.
A heavy stock of Body Brussels, Taper
trie and Ingrain
A full stock of Oil Clothe, all titvi and price.
Clething& Gents' Furnish'g Goods
A full and complete ttock la now being
closed ontat great bargains.
Unods t Bottom Prices!
J- E. IISTCE,
Manufacturer and Dealer tn
0th Street, between Com'l Ate. and Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OF AMUNTTION.
left Hselrd. All Elnds ol Key M da.
ATuujpuoKoa la a novel word to most
eoj.lo who Kuk tho Entf-liiJi Unjcuure. TUa
UrH ka iimxI it centuriua ao. Uiuaiiirf by it
ATHLonioRos ia the first and only
mwlicine which haa carried ofl" the
jirize aa the perfect rcnitd for Eheu
uiatisra ami Neuralgia.
Uke two relentless tyrants they have for
a?e held their fuffertiiK rtctiiua lu an iron
KTip. TheiM) poor ufforers have been aa alave
la the power of their oppressor.
AnaornoRos haa entered the arena, en-(ftift-d
in conflict with the mounters, and won tho
nrVny. As the comititors in the Uroniiu
(fames nf old could win only by the most severe trials
f'f ability and endurance, so Atuloimiobos has won
the prize, not alone by mvuiir tenjrary rtslit-'f, but
by bnnirinif an endurinif cure, as well, to tiitoo who
have snlTered tlie eicruojituiK StfODios of llueuwa.
Udiu and 'euralrla.
ATnLOPiiouo3 ia a novelty, notonly
in name, but in ita clementa. It is un
like any preparation yet introduced.
ATitLoriioKua acta on the Mood, muscles
and Joints, removtnir tho iomon ami acid from
the Uood, carries them out of the system.
Ann)PHO)uifl s put up with consummate
i-ltill, and contains nottnntr that can possibly
harm the most deliestu constitution.
Now, do you want to sutler oa and onT
1 r do you want to be wtU f
"Athlophoros" WILL Cure You
If you cannot get Athlophoros of your dnife'
plst, we w ill Bend It expresa paid, on receipt of
n-irularprlee one dollar jkt bottle. We prefer
that you buy it from your drurlst, tut If he
hasn't It, do not be persuaded to try something
else, but order at once from ua aa directed.
ATHLOPHOROS CO., II2 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
mminAunuau nl ft. iiumtmniiuuu
When you come to think of It, it is not
cM that literary isoi le prefer apii to a
enrsr. It 1b handier to smoke when they
are writui. and ever so much cleaner.
And then it tnvs them the true esbeuce
and flsvor of ttie Wbaoco.
The faHtidious s tnf kirs arnnnir all
nations and ail claisoeK of men avrue tiut
tlie t"hacco BTown on the Gulden Toloto
belt of North Carolina is tlie mwt delic
ious and refined in tlie worldL Lighter
than Turkish, more fraurrantthan Havana,
freer from nitrates and niootine than any
other, it is )ut what the connoisseur
praises and the hahirual smoker demambt.
The very choicest tobaa-o irrowu
on this Belt is bought by lilaek
well' Durham Tolraoeo Co.. and
ar'peani in their celebraUxl Dull
lurham Smokier Toba-co. It is
known the world over
Get the (rename, with Bull
trade. mark, then you will
he sure of havinir abso
lutely pure tobaeeo.
The Regular Cairo & I'aducah Daily
I1ENHY E. TAYLOR. Master.
CiEUUtiE JOUKs, Clerk.
Leaves Pidacah fordlro daily (Sanday exropt
ed) at 8am, and M mnd Cltv at 1 p. m. Return
ing, leavet Ca ro at 4 p.m. : Monad Cltv at 5 p.m.
Nashville, Tiulucali & Cairo U. S. Mail
For Padncah, Smllhland. Dyershorg, Kddyvllle,
Canton, Dover, Clarkevlll'e and Naehvilln,
2u li. S. EIIEA.
J . S. TYNEK Master.
GEO. JOBES Clera.
Leaves every Monday .morning at Id o'clock a.m.
W. II. CIIERBY.
W'M. STRONO M -liter.
FELIX GRASTY ..Clerk.
L Vi( every Fr dsv morning at 10 o'clock, mak
ing cloc connections at Nashville with the L. A
N. li. U. and S. & C K. K. for all points south,
with the Upper Cumberland Packet Co.. for all
points for the Upper Cumberland. For freight or
pacsutc, cpp'.y on board or to W. F. Lamhdin,
PLOITR, (4RAIN AND HA
Egyptian Flouring Mil Is
liirhest Cash Price Paid for Wheat
For Sale bv
A SAltBATll OIL WELL.
A Etory of tho Day of tho Oil Excitement.
Thero are few of tho old oilmen,
whose connection with tho exciting life
of tho oil regions begun on Oil Creek,
that can not recall tho interest excited
by tho eccentricities (aa they were sup
posed to bo then), of a well on tho
Buchanan farm, at Uotiseville. It wits
tho lii'.t Uowing well ever struck in tho
oil regions, and it developed u peculi
arity of ceasing to How at 12 o'clock
Saturday uight, and slaniug again on
Monday morning, that gavo it the
name of tho Sunday well.
It was locatod ou a lease ten rods
square, and iho post-oll'me building of
Rousuvillo was afterwards put on tho
lease where tho well was. Drilling
was done with a spring pole. Drivo
pipes were used to reach tho rock, for
which '& a point was paid. On Janu
ary U, 161, tho well had reached a
depth of l'Jl feet, and was on top of
tho tirst sand. By this limo there wcro
a dozen producing wells in tho vicinity,
all pumping, and all drilled wot, ns
was Mr. Curtis' also. A hard shell
was struck ou tho top of tho first sand,
on which they drilled for a long tiuio,
tho light tools of those days making
very littlo impression on it- At last it
was broken, when tho oil suddenly be
gan to How. Not expecting a flowing
well, there was no tankage up, but tho
planks were on the ground for it. In
those days square tanks wcro built.
Tho well flowed strongly, and a larro
stream of oil ran down tho creek. Ef
forts were at once made to obtain bar
rels, and tho tank was pushed to com
pletion as rapidly as possible. To savo
tho oil until the tank was up a largo
hogshead was obtained and placed in
tho derrick. A plug was mado out of
a scantling and driven into the top of
tho drive pipe. A hole was bored
through tho center of the plug and a
lead pipe inserted in it, and bent over
into the hogshead. Men wero then
employed to dip the oil out of tho hogs
head with pails and pour it into barrels
through the old-fashioned cider funnels.
No one suggested that the surface water
bo shut off, and in those days it was not
thought of. Tho novelty of a flowing
well drew largo crowds to tho spot, and
for many weeks it was tho topic of
conversation among oil men.
The well flowed into the hogshead
through tiio lead pipe without tubing
in it for several weeks, or until a tank
could be built. After tho tank was up
ono joint of two and one-half inch tub
ing was put into tho drive pipe, and ex
tended up into the derrick through the
bottom of a common oil barrel which
was fastened there on a scaffolding.
Tho single joint of tubing was all that
was ever put into the well. Old clothes
and waste wero packed around the tub
ing iuside the drive pipe, and braces
put on them and against the sides of
the derrick, to prevent their being
blown out The owner estimated tho
best day's production of the well at
sixty barrels or possibly seventj'-five
barrels, though others put it as high as
100 barrels. Oil was sold from this
well, in tho mouth of January, at f 10 a
After tho well began flowing into
the barrel at tho end of the tubing,
pebbles could frequently bo heard rat
tling in it, and one flow forced the htad
of the barrel out. When this was be
ing mended, it was discovered that-the
bottom of tho barrel was filled with
pebbles which had been thrown out to
the depth of nearly a foot
After being turned into tho tank for
four or five days, the well began flow
ing with the greatest regularity. It
flowed four times a day, and so regular
that for a number of days tho flows did
not vary a minute. Its time of flow
ing becamo so well known that men
would come with their watches to timo
it, and amuse themselves by regulating
tho time of day by it. On the second
or third Sabbath after being turned
into tho tank, it mado no oil. This
was reported to Mr. Curtis, the owner,
and also the fact that on tho next Sab
bath it made no flow. Ou the follow
ing Monday morning, finding the samo
thing had occurred, Mr. Curtis ordered
a gauge to be taken the next Saturday
night at 12 o'clock, nnd another on
Monday morning. This was done,
and tho gauges showed that not a drop
of oil had been put in tho tank. This
occurred each Sabbath for a lono- time
causing great interest and mystery in
tho minds of the people. At "that timo
thero was considerable discussion con
cerning the breaking of tho Sabbath on
oil wells, and this well served as a
good text against Sabbath breaking.
After some study Mr. Curtis discovered
that this eccentricity was duo to a nat
ural cause. There wero many pump
ing wells surrounding the Sunday well,
nil of which wero shut down each Sat
urday night at midnight. Tho surface
water was not shut off and this flooded
the producing sand. On Monday morn
ing tho pumping wells wero started
again, and as s"bon ns tho water was
exhausted the Sunday well began flow
ing again with its accustomed regular
ity, only to closo whon Saturday night
When tho oil was exhausted in tho
first sand, after tho well had produced
threo or four months, it was drilled by
steam power through tho third sand, a
depth of 500 feet. No oil was found in
either tho soeond or third sand, and it
was abandoned. Moauwhilo tho prico
of oil had declined from tho $10 point
in January to twenty-five conts a bar
rel. 0.1 City Derrick.
i m i. i
It has been noticed in Washington
ttiat all tho deaths which havo taken
placo among members of tho Houso
during tho sessions since tho Forty
fifth Congress, on both tho U publican
and Democratic side, havo been from
the middle or fourth row. That row,
has, therefore, bcon callod "Fatality
Tho Detroit Free Press says that four
fifths of the female Idred help in that
city came from the Dominion. ,, ., .
GOLDFISH IX THIS OHIO.
ThoUnlquo InduNtrjrof a Cincinnati
"Do you happen to know that the
flood has resulted in stocking tho Ohio
river with goldfish?"
"Well, it has, to a limited extent
Tho backwater from Mill Creek flooded
Hugo Mulertt's goldfish nursery out
back of Spring Grovo and carriod
awav some thousands of young fish of
all kiuds Japaneso fringe-tails, hog
noses, tclescopus, tumblers, piebalds,
double-tails, mottled beauties and a
hundred other raro kinds that you and
I have never heard of. Tho same thing
happened last year, and, if it is kept
tin, in tho courso of timo tho people
along tho lower lino of the river will
have a chance to taste a finer fish than
tho channel cat."
"But goldfish are only fit for orna
mental purposes. They wero never
meant for the frying-pan."
"That is where you aro mistaken.
Ono variety that was washed away in
large numbers known as the gold orfo
is as fine a food or game fish as any
man need want, and, at tho same time,
is a bright Vermillion from the tip of
his nose to the end of his tail. IIo is
as big as a full-grown trout nnd as
knowing as a fox. But don't tako my
word for it. lio nnd seo Mr. Mulertt
about it. IIo is tho only fish-farmer in
this neighborhood, I think, and can
toll yon more interesting facts about
gold-fish in an hour than you can print
m a week."
"Yes, sir; I am a fish-farmer, if you
like to give mo that name, although
the usual designation for a man in my
business is 'a pisciculturist.' " said
Mr. Mulertt. "See here." Ho dipped
a long-handled net into the cloar water
of a pond before him, and after a few
fluick motions, landed hhrh and drip-
1 ping on tho grass, a plump, two-pound
nsn. its color was a very uarg gray
almost black and tho black scales,
fringed with white, which covered it,
wero as large as ono's thumb-nail.
"That fish is the German mirror
carp. It is a fino food fish hardy and
a very rapid grower. Tho government
wants to give every man in this coun
try as many of those fish as ho will
care for, and it has always been a sur-
Iirise to me that thero aro comparativo
y so few applicants for them. Thero is
fully oue pound of meat on that fish
before us, and I can truthfully say that
ho lias not cost mo one cent for food
since ho was given to mo. Unlike other
animals, a fish in confinement will for
age for himself all tho year round, if
his pond is properly built and contains
a few aquatic plants.
"This is a fish," said the exhibitor,
"which is but liltlo inferior to the
trout in gamoncss as well as on tho
table; and then notice his brilliant
colors. He is oalled the gold orfo, and
is pre-eminently the aristocratic gamo
fish of the world. He is to bo found in
the pond of every German nobleman,
and, I must say, is worthy of every
honor. These iish swim in schools
near the top of tho water, and in con
sequence, aro partially fitted for foun
tains and ponds. They aro perfectly
hardy, may he left in tho ponds all
winter, and in a couple of years, will
sometimes reach tho length of threo
"What are they "
"Hist! Keep perfectly still for ono
minute. Don't move, please" and bo
foro the writer knew what was tho
matter, Mr. Mulertt had slipped up tho
hill to his house, and was returning
with a twenty-two caliber Flobert rifle,
charged and cocked. IIo pointed tho
muzzlo at the root of a tall clump of
pampa grass on the odge of ono of tho
ponds, thero camo the sharp crack
from tho exploding cartridge, and then
a small, brown water-snako threw him
self out of the hole in which ho had
been hiding, and writhed on tho grass
in full view.
"Snakes aro among our worst ene
mies," said tho shooter, ejecting the
shell from Ids rifle nnd coolly replacing
it with a fresh cartridge. "Thero is
rarely a day passes that I do not shoot
ouo "or more of them. Turtles and
muskrats are also great pests. With
this riflo, I shot no less than fifty blue
herons on the pond last year, some of
them standing four nnd fivo feet high;
and aa for cranes, king-lishors, frogs,
crawfish and nowts, they make my lifo
a burden. The snake is in the habit
of lying hiddon from view, with only
his head exposed, and playing hia
tongue into tho water. Tho young fish
imagine tho tongue to bo a worm or
something suitable for a dinner; but
they no t-oouer approach it, than tho
snako seizes them, and instead of eat
ing they are eaten. Cincinnati En
quirer, Wouldn't Take Ilia Advice
One day soon after Pope's defeat at
second Bull Hun nnd Ciiantilly, a pri
vate soldier belonging to nn Ohio regi
ment sought an interview with his cap
tain, and announced that ho had a
plan for a military campaign which
must certainly result in crushing out
tho rebellion. Tho officer very natur
ally inquired for particulars, but the
soldier refused to reveal them, and
asked for a chanco to lay his plans bo
foro Popo himself. After some delay
ho was iriven a nnss to lieadouarters.
IIo did uot get to seo Pope, but after
tho chief of staff had coaxed and prom
ised nnd threatened for a quartor of an
hour the Huekoyo stood up and replied:
"Well, sir, my plan ta for John Pope
and Bob L oto swap commands, and
if wo don't liek tho South iuside of six
ty days you may shoot mo for a patent
When ho returned to camp Jio was
naturally asked what success ho mot
with, nnd ho ruefully replied:
"Wall, they had a plan of their
"What was it?"
"Why they took mo out and booted
mo for a milo nnd a half!" Detroit
Tricks of Magicians.
Thero aro a great many regular ma
gicians traveling about, and, while busi
ness is not what it used to be, many ot
them make a great deal of money. In
an interview with ono of tho sleight-of-hand
professors recently, tho veteran
"Tho tricks shown now aro mostly
mechanical, as the liner sleight-of-hand
tricks which demand the greatest skill
aro not showy. Tho prices of tricks
aro low in comparison with what they
havo been. The timo haa been when
as much as $500 would be charged to
teach a man tho Indian box trick, and
now tho prico of it is only live dollars.
Mechanical tricks aro generally varia
tions of a few pieces of mechanism."
Tho professor showed a small wooden
box, of a size convenient to hold in tho
hand. To all appearance it waa an or
dinary box, closing with a lock. Ouo
way in which it ia often usod is for tho
magician to borrow a watch, havo ono
person put tho watch in tho box and
lock it, taking tho key. Tho magician
hands it to another person to hold.
"Do you hear tho watch ticking?" the
magician will ask, and tho person
holding tho box wili hear it distinctly
by putting his oar to tho lid. Finally,
the watch appears around a pigeon's
neck, or hanging to a chairback, after
a pistol has been fired, or ono of many
ways, according to tho fancy of tho
magician. Ono end of tho littlo box
swings out on pivots when relieved
from its catch by a hard pressure at
one end of tho bottom. It can read
ily bo manipulated with ono hand, so
that in tho interval between tho do
positing of the watch and tho handling
of tho box to some ono to hold, tho
watch slips out into tho magician's
hand, and a watch movement hidden
in tho Ljd of the box keeps up tho de
ceptive licking. Such a box sella for
Tho Indian box trick, which is a
favorito trick with magicians, is just as
simple In this a big rough box ia
brought on the stage, and several gen
tlemen are invited to examine it. They
find an empty box, as roughly made as
a packing-case. Tho nails seem to run
through the corners, tho ends clinched
in the wood. The magician's assistant
is put into a bag. Ita end is tied up
and sealed. Tho box ia tied round and
round with rope, aa well aa locked.
Tho bagged-up-man is laid on the tied
up box. and a screen ia drawn in front
for a short time. When tho screen ia
drawn back, tho empty bag ia seen
with unbroken seal lying on the box,
which, when its cords are untied and
tho lock is opened, is found to contain
tho man. The only difficulty is tho
bag part. Thero must bo two bags,
one within another. Tho junction of
their mouths ia concealed by tho magi
cian, who, with great show ot zeal,
ties tho mouths with his handkerchief
at that portion, nnd then invites tho
committee to tie and seal tho protrud
ing ends of a bag which is really along
side his assistant iuside another bag,
confined simply by tho handkerchief.
Tho nails of the box aro shams at ono
end, being simply heads and points
which do not meet. Tho end swings in
liko a trap-door when properly mani)
ulated. The assistant lays tho sealod
up bag on top of tho box, creepa in tho
end, easily pushing past tho rope, and
then returns the end to its place. Thus
the lid of tho box on which tho com
mittee expended their exertions re
"Spiritual tricks," tho professor said,
"aro taking well thia season. They
aro worked by moana of mechanical
padlocks, and require very little skill."
Tho reporter was shown some of
theso padlocks. They seem to bo just
liko ordinary padlocks, but in some a
touch on a particular rivet throws
them open, and others havo clockwork
in such a manner that they open of
their own accord in a fixed timo.
Bound by such padlocks, it is an easy
thing for any ono to show spirit hands
or faces through tho hole of a cabinet
as soon as its doors aro closed, and bo
found sitting in the same position as
securely bound when the doors aro
opened. Ar. Y. Sun.
Tho great Los Angoles meteor has
been dug up and is scientifically de
scribed as "about tho size of a Sara
Wherever it has been pltced in competi
tion for bodily pains and aches, St. Jacobs
Oil bis carried off the award.
Of the Township Treasurer of Towashlp No.
Heventeen (17) South Range No. One (1) West. In
Alexander County, Illinois, for School year 1H83
April 2, 1831. Balance due Township... $ 8,670 tfl
April 'i3. Taxes from County Collector
In full for the tear 1881 fun fi6
April aa. Loan paid in 210 W)
May i. state fund rroro the County Su
perintendent of School for tho year
.1883 8,067 40
May 7. Loan paid in S01 00
Taxes Irom County Collector on iccoant
of year 18ft aggregate 8,810 fi
interest couoctea on lioans aguiezato.. 451 15
Total Balance and Receipt f iJ.ra St)
PaldTeaehere 8 .888 01
Paid Janiton .......... W6 30
Paid for carpenter'! work, material, Ac. 5A1 89
Paid for Lot 20, Block 45, City of Cairo.. 340 00
Paid for filling Iota, $281.85, ) Colored
Paid for raising faiO 00, V School 593 85
building, Ac. ) Building
Paid for fuel 2U 00
Paid for furniture, Ae...,.. 177 IS
Paid for apparatus, Ac , ... VX 3i
Paid for rent 1
Paid for painting, glaslng Ac US AO
Paid for books, records, paper, Ac 107 64
Paid for salary Secretary Board of Edo-
cation m....m. ....-. P' 00
Paid for hardware, Ac " 23
Paid for printing, certificate, &c 81 1
Paid for Ink. crayons, Ac 89 7
Paid for broom, mat, Ac. W 3.1
Paid for sundrle 72 40
Loan made of principal fnnd........ 110 00
Paid salary of Township Treasurer..... 40) 00
raid Incidental expenses of township.... 18 60
Total Expenditure ...112,944 01
Receipt. I1.7S 88; expenditure, I2,B44.U1: bal
ance, l9.S2v,3 to creditor township.
John M. Lanbidir, Township Treasurer.
Cairo. III.. April 1, 1884.
Th above and foregoing statement U tru to the
bed of my knowledge and belief.
. , , Jobk M. Larsdik.
Bnbicrlbed tndiwore to before m this 91st dy
Of April, 1884, M. JBA8TBKDAY.
. Fr B1le cheap, at corner 17th and Wash
infiton Ave., next building above the Post
omce. Household Goods at Auction I
Will be sold at auction at residence of W.
F. Pitcher, corner 25th and Sycamore
Streets, Wednesday, 10 o'clock a. m., 23d
inst, Household and Kifchen Furniture
consisting of 1 large base-burner stove, 2
heating and 1 cooking stoves, 1 wardrebe,
1 book case; parlor set including sofa and
cbairs; dining room furniture, tables, dish
es, etc. articles too numerous to mention.
Sale positive and without reserve. 19-4t
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 line to give me a call. I
keep in stock all kinds ot coffins, metal
caskets. &c. also all ki nils rtf fnrnitnra
repairing and cabinet work done. Prices
reasonable. im Jacob Fleck.
Legal Blanks Kept For Sale
at The Bulletin office.
Special Warranty Deeds,
Real Estate Mortgage,
Executions, Summons, Venire,
Garnishee Blanks, &c.
tiucKien's Arnica Salve
The Best Salvo in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rkoum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It ia guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by Barclay
Emory'. Little Cathartic is the best and
nly reliable Liver Pill known, never faila
with the most obstinate cases, purely vege
tans. io cents. m
A Fair Offer.
The Voltaic Belt Co.. of Marshall. Mich..
offer to send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Voltaic
ueu ana Electric Appliances on trial, for
thirty days, to men. old and vonnrr. afflict.
ed with nervous debility, lost vitality, and
mnuy ouier aiaeascs.
See advertisement in this paper. 1
From Death's Door.
M. M. Devereaux, of Ionia, Mich., was a
sight to behold. Ho says: "I bad no ac
tion of the Kidneys and Buffeted terribly.
My legs wero as big as my body and my
body as big as a barrell. The doctors gave
me up. Finally I tried Kidney-Wort. In
four or five days a change came, in eight or
ten days I was on my feet, and now I am
completely cured. It was certainly a mi
racle." All druggists keep Kidney-Wort
which is put up both in liquid and dry
Advice to Mothers.
Are vou disturbed at nicrht anrl br-Vpn
of your rest bv a sick child auffari nrr unri
crying with pain of cutting teeth? If so,
ol-uu niouceanugei a Dottle ot Mrs. Wins-
1 ' 1 . . I r, . ..
iow s oooming byrup lor Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend UPon it. mothers, thprn ia
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhoea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, aofti nn thn mi ma to.
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothim? SvrUO for Children TMiino-
is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion oi one ot me oldest and best female
nurses and physicians in the United ftrnroa
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
tue worm, rrice cents a Dottle.
In the Hon Porous Plaster the virtues nf
Fresh Hops are combined with strengthen.
ing and stimulating balsams, and its cures
oi vveaic nacK, 1'ain in the Side, Rheuma
tism, and Neuralgia or Pain in the Chest
are simply marvelous, it bein? more effica
cious and thorough than any liniment or
liquid remedies, l ou'll say so after using.
u. a. surra.
88BIBT A. SMITH.
Grand Central Store.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THE CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor. Nineteenth street 1 Poiwrv Til
Commercial Avenne i vtLlllS 111
Clarkson & Bowers,
No. 30 Hth St., Cairo, 111.
bfOood Stock and Prices Reasonable.