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For the Cure ot Coughs, Colds.
Hoarseness, Jlronc.liitis.Croup, Influ
enza, Asthma, Whooping Couch. In
cipicnt Consumption and for the re-!
HcfofconSLinptive persons in ad van-1
ceu stages of the Disease, lor Sale
by all Druggists. Price, 23 Cents.
AND BLOOD DISEASES.
PHYSICIANS ENDORSE IT HEARTILY,
"KldlllfV.Wrirl la Ihn mrut.
I overuse." It. P. c. liallou, Moaktoa, Vt.
"Kidr.cy-Wor. i always reliable."
Lr. n. N. t'.ark, So. Hero, Vt.
"Kidney-Wort iiajcun d my s lc after two yean
uliu.-i:." Vt. C. it. SuniiutrUo, Sua Hill, Oa.
IN THOUSANDS OF CA8E8
It ha cured whrr nil r-! v had filled. It la mild,
butciUcient, KIM Al.N IS 1 Is ACTION, but
harmless In all cants.
tr It clean.. the llloo.lend KtreBgdbenaacd
atee .Srw Lire to a.l t.io important organ of
tiie body. Tuc natural action of tho Kidney la
rwtortd. Tho Liver l cli anaed of alldiwoae,
and tho Ljwele move freely and healthfully.
In thia way tho wont dibcaaoa aro eradicaUMl
from the tytwm. ,
PRICK, U 00 LigriD OB tut, BOLD BI DBCGGl&TS.
Dry ran 1 vnt by mail.
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Ei'gencratiim for Knffchled Systems,
Suffering from a General iit of tone, and its
unal coiiomiitimtK, dy-repe nd nervoii-no-s,
Uieldom (lenvwhlf l-oin tl lire if nourl-hluK
diet and ulllmnlt of n;i'i lit", unaided. A medi
cine that will etl'iTt a ri'tniv:il of the Kpuclfic oti-ta-0l
to reni'wi-il health and vinor. that i a Renttlne
ro-rectivf, in tli.- rcl i.eod. It i the uofee-elon
of Ifcle rand reqillreinent wliU'h makes Hiintetter'
Sinmach liitt r ctivo hh an InvlKoraut.
For ralu by hII dru iflMa and ileulcnueuerally.
8j S.Clark St..
. A reirilnrgriiiltinto. 8?-The01de- SpcolnlUt
In tiie UnitiMl State, wlinu I.I t K KM'Blllli.NCK,
porteet inetnoii ji net iuro iim.'(ihiuu in?iuti nn.(.i'i
and I KItM VSKvr ci lii s nf all l'rivat". Chronie and
Nervim Dis. ii . Alluctimis of tho llloml. Skin,
Klilix-ya, Itliulclei-, l.i iillm, l'leer, ld
Mre,Nv'lllnt( orttioiiliiiHln.Kiire .Intilli,
Throitt. Konei Inln, iii rinanenlly cured and
eradicated hum tho syntuiu for lilo.
UCDlf flIIC r';)nfenei,.Sen'lia(
N bit V U U v lo-i',f, fii j-iuil (((, Almtal
tind J7ii;iri' i.iir.w, fnUim Jllimory,
Weak liy SliiHlttl lhvrUii H, iijMifi
tni'iiM fo Marrliw, rlf from cxpiwh or any
tnimc, upmlihi, mifi lu and pvlrntrlu t'limf.
f Ymiiiir, V Iddle-Aiteil and Old men, and all
wh" need iii.mIi.wiI "kill ami exiifi-leiiee.cunsult
lr. Itntn al uni-n. lie. ',l coinilhiiii. anil may
as future tm.erv and kIiiwiio. W hen lucimveniont
to IU the eily f..r treatment, tni dieinei can lie sent
mertwliern l. ninil nr etui"s iree Imm Bluer.
Tftlimi. tf tHaiOf-en.leiiUliata tihymcian ho
?iie ln iiIm.Iii llniilii.it lit a r la dieae -ulna
irreiit klll,nMil iliyieinietthrnii-'liiint th
country, kirmii. . tli l, li.'iui'iit Iv ri'i oif mi-nil ilillieini
canes In tint (llilt-H Nt..i.illl, by "li.uii every
known Bitnil l eini'ilv it imed. iT"lr. Itat"
At and JlxiwHenee tnn. Im miminn of
prtnie Itni taiirK. f I'lmw who cull en no
one hut t he D.wi.ir. t 'iinnli l 1 i free anil aiH'i-etll.V
onflileiillitl. Canoe wltlrlt lisvefiillntl in nlptainmn
relief elsowhern. cnmelally .ill. lleil. I etnnle Dl
aael treated, Call "r writ". lbtr. frnm ll I
to Hi Sunday". lO to 1. WUIi'H In llEAUU
BNI Fbek. Adilrciw as abnr.
11 W CELEBRATED 52
Odd. Court Kouss, CHICAGO.
d The Daily Bulletin.
Ju'lgti J. 11. U iliinson ctiuvonci (Jouu
ty Court vifstcid'iy uftunionn to lUptt) of
Httverul criininitls in tliu ('ouuty Jail. Four
juvenile iit'gro cn'il tliicvt.'.s, naine l Moncs
Fortt-r, H.ili-rt Parker, liu I Hr nlley iind
Jolt ri Tally, wtris uhcIi given n blmrt tfim
in the Uelonu Sehnul.
Committees ot'tlie Itnigli ami Ki.'u ly
tind the Aruh Kiru Coinpitniui', in a confer
ence Tuusltty night, decided that on the
23d of Miy th two companies ehotilJ en
gage iu a water-throwing content with their
small engine', on Washinu'ton Avenue ne'tr
Eighth Street. Too con teat to he for the
small horni which were carried oir hy
the Houghs beveial year ago.
A case of fait driving came near re
sulting in the serious, if not fatal, injury to
Beveral young people yesterday afternoon.
Mr. Alon.o Sch wartz ir was out in a huu'gVi
accompanied by Misses Clara Uohbins and
Hattie Heaiden. It wa-i a two-horae rig
from the stables of Mr. Patrick Kilzgt raid.
Wlien they tirt Httracted Htti ntion llicy
were coming down Wesliington Avenue at
a mad rtte, running cleir Ir mi Fourteenth
Street down to Seventh, then toward Com
mercial and up that street iu one contin
uous ,"t!lo), evidently beyond the control
of the driver, who seemed to have given up
all effort to tttnp them and to he ottiving
only to keep the middle of the t-treet.
Near Eighth Street on Commercial, one of
the hind wheels of the btigiry left the axle
ami the vehicle flew over two Hjuares of
ground on three wheel, when the horses
dathe I up against the grocery b'ore of Mr.
James H ss, corner of Tenth Street, and
stood trembling one on eit!i-r side i f ti e
corner pi st of the house. Tiie rig had
passed under the awning without touching
a po3t, and come to a stand on the' side
walk, alter the touyue h id crashed thro'-.gh
the weather-boarding of the hourc. The
buu'x'y had held together remarkably well,
and the occupants had held to it and were
entirely unharmed, though pule Irom
fright. Hut for the bravery of the youni;
la lie, which caused them to hold firmly
to their places even alter the buggy had
been wrecked, they might have been thrown
out or they might have jumped out and
been sure to tustain serious injuries. They
were soon rescued from their perriluus
positions af'er the horss h id h.-en brought
to a e.:snd. The horses wen; two fine ani
mals and in the hands nf a careful, experi
enced driver they would probably not have
acted as they did. This wa evident
from the manner in which they behaved
iuciie iiately afterwards, when Mr. Fitz
gerald hime!f had them out. They wi re
not known to have run away bef ore. How
ever, the occupants of the buifiry have much
reason to congratulate tliemeelfes u.ou
their i;od fortune in eseipiiii: all injury.
So far :i the ininibvr is -i:po-r;:i-il,
the ino-t riiitneroii- ei:i-- of -uper-ii-tii.ilis
is eollio-ed of too-i- wn.ch e. li
ter round the family emmie-. Tiie
origin of tht'-e probably da.es f ir Ice ;
in ittitiipiity. when toe tvor.il w:i lu.l
of superstitious f : 1 1 1 1 : :i I : : t lii.t in
efi'iieral and i-ntidie ii'iit in i:inii:.il:u
When we cniue tlowu lo the e:trl d.iys
of the Chrisiian ('hureh. In wwer, we
tind that not :i few cf the urditKinecs
of religion were neeoiiiptinied by cere
monies borrowed from pngntii-in, in
which lighted candles plnyed an im
jmrtant p:irt. Ciindles were lighted at
birth to keep oil' evil spirits, at mar
riage to prevent the ev.l eye from
nff'-cting the happy pair, and at death
to drive away tin; demons who were
thought to be always on tin- lookout
for the soul ot the living m:in. Natur
ally, then, as candles played so impor
tant a part in the ceremonies of reli-o-ion,
men became accu-tomcd to re
gard them with .-onietiiing of a super
stitious fi and to look to them f.r
signs ami wonders which were not to be
elsewhere found. So a peculiar ap
pearance in the candle, for winch no
reason could be given, was always re
garded as something: indicative of
some remarkable thing about to hap
pen. A e illeciion of tallow around
the wick is still known as a winding
sheet, and is believed to foretell the
death of i-no of the family, while a
bright spark is a sign of the future re
ception of a letter by the person oppo
site whom the spark is situated, and
the waving of the flame without any
Apparent cause, is supposed to demon
strate the pre-etice of a spirit in the
ro ni. In ad ii! ion to these fanciful
notions, there are some oihers which
are founded on natural facts too well
known to admit of dispute, such as the,
refusal of the candle to light readily,
width indicates ;t 'into of atmosphere
favorable to a c in.iigstorm.--ib','. Loui?
UUibc-lK hi' cnit.
The Noise tl tin PiiiKci-x,
When you poke lio; end of your linger
in voiir ear, the roaring noise you hear
is the sotrid of the circulation in your
lingers, which is U-- lad, as any one
can demons rate by tir-t putting his
linger in his ears, and then stopping
them up wltn other siihstanne, Try it,
and think what a wonder ol a machine
your bo iv js, Hint even the points of
your lingers are such busy workshops
that they roar like n small Niagara.
Tiie roai'iti" is ot'oieiblv more the noist;
of the circulation than of tin; olood. It,
is the voice of all the vital pruee scs to
gether the tearing down ami building
up proeesi s mat arc MiWays going on
in the living body, from conception
down to ilc.'iih.
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Tlio man that succeeds nowadays is the
live man, who is up to the times; and no
better I'Tidence of this is needed than the
fact that every go-ahead Housekeeper is
never without Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup.
UAiUO BULLETIN! THURSDAY' MOUNlNtf MAY
The nicknaming- of prominent men,
particularly of those iniing in politic-,
is practiced in this eouiitrv, more, pcr
haps, than in any cither, an I. as a rule,
the recipient takes to it kindlv. 'Huts
(Jen. .Jackson was as well known as
"Old Hickory'' and more readily rec
ognized than if called President Jack
sou. Senator Henton in his lifetime
was almost as well known as "Old
Hullion," so called from his advocacy
of a gold and silver currency and his
inveterate opposition to banks and pa
per money. The late Thomas llw ing, of
Ohio, while a senator iu congress, had
his nickname of "Solitude," and it. so
stuck to him that even now, long after
his death, the prolix i.s still given liiin
to distinguish him from his son and
namesake, (Jen. Tom Kwing.
Senator Kwing made a speech in tho
United States senate which fastened
the "Solitude" upon him. It was dur
ing the national oank agitation, when
the supporters of that institution were
active in picturing the ruin that would
come upon the country if the bank's"
charter was not renewed. Senator
Kwing in debate -poke of the mechanic
being out of work, and that the busy
hum of industry is not heard in this,
the busy season of the year, and
wound up with the assertion that "our
canals are a solitude, our lakes but
desert wastes of water." A number
of congressmen several of them sen
ators, and more than haif of them
democrats made up a party to return
to their homes by the way of tho New
York canal. The west was then send
ing its produce to the east via lake and
canal, and the congressional party
found that the canal trade, if judged
by the number of boats met. was im
mense, and it was a standing joke w ith
the democratic members when a fleet
of boats hove in sight to call Mr. Kw
ing from the cabin of the packet-boat
to look at his ".solitude."
At the lower end of the canal there
had been a break, and a large number
of boats were usually in sight. Of
course there was fun to see them and
to point them out to the Ohio member,
but the fun was not on Iris side nor to
Lis liking. At Hochester. just as the
packet boat landed, a freight-boat was
discharging argo, and Mr. Kwing and
the other congressmen were lookers
on. Hy some accident a hogshead
tilled with molasses had its head burst
in, and the contents poured into the
canal. An Irish laborer standing near
to Mr. Kwing, without knowing who
he was, exclaimed : "Jabcrs, nioti,
that mu.t be .solitude swatened." The
other eongre-siieii roared with laugh
ter, and Mr. Kw ing was forced to join
them. The democratic members told
the joke and it got into the news
papers, and it aided in jierpetuating
the sobrl'plct of "Solitude ' on Senator
'Thomas Kwing. I tell the tale as it
was told and printed at the time. L'fr.
Uit' inH'iH Ewpiircr.
An Aei.-oiiipli-lieil Xi'jjro Iiutler.
One day last frill a handsome mulat
to boy came to the door of a friend of
mine, asking for work. He was a good
butler, he explained, despite his years;
he had been carefully trained and
could do many things outside of his
strict line of duty. My friend happened
to need just such a serving man, and
accepted him verv imprudently on his
face, which was good, without asking
nartictranv J or his recommendations
which were bail. He was a most ac
complished servant. Ho knew all
about the dining room: he knew all
about the front door; he was willing
and ready and quiet, and a great sue-ce.-s
in every way. He was an ex
tremely polite boy. thoroughly gentle
and kind, and het-oon worked his way
into the good graces of the family.
One day when one of the young ladies
was playing the piano, he was discov
ered listening'. The next day he was
found listening again. His devotion to
music was remarked upon. Finally he
plucked up courage to a-k if he could
not ait down to the piano at odd mo
ments when the ladies were otherwise
engaged. They said he could. He did
at the tirst opportunity, and for a mu
latto serving man he played exquis
itely. Of course the ladies heard him,
ami w ere pleased. They felt they had
a jewel. They did not have him long.
One day, after be had won the hearts
of tiie whole family, he ipiietly stepped
out with all the jewelry he could lay
his delicate hands on. On Tuesday he
was arraigned at the bar of the police
court, charged with having swindled a
dozen families in the same way. He
pleaded guilty in his dulcet tones to
each charge, and was held in heavy
bail for trial. ir.7i njtn Cut: I'lul
The Prime ol' I, He.
People call the age of forty "tho
prime of life." Who invented that
mocking p!ira-e? Some subacid cynic,
doubtless. H'vause it is not the prime
of life, by any means. At forty your
hair at the temples is whitening; at
forty your "figure." i.s broadening; at.
forty on begin to oe caded "a harm
less old fellow" by your pretty nieces
and their friends. A most disgusting
time of life! When with dignified steps
you march toward your aw ning grave
at seventy-live, you are at least an ob
ject of respect and reverence if you
nave money. Your white locks and
your snowy beard crown you with the
majesty of old. Hut to be forty! you
are neither yi.utig or old. Your hair
is pepper and salt color. Your speech
has become, in spite of yourself, set in
stilted sentences. You perhaps would
flirt, but in t ic attempt you m ct with
dire disaster. This enterprise is met
with l he giggles of girlhood, ami vou
arc driven igiiominiously f rum the
scene I y some "masher'' of twenty
summers. The real prime of life is
Win II N'Uir muscles are like twisted
cords of Hcssem r steel (you don't care
much about i: iris at that lime) and
your lungs like the bellows that blow
the sued; ing furnace; when you luivo
only to say one pretty thing, show your
white teeth an I twist -up the end i of
your youthful mustache, and titu pret
ty girl you want j.tst sighs once and
tumbles into your arms. 'l',.U is tint
prime of life, I. i.s all over when you
begin to call lor your dinner itid
grumble at tho breakfast buttered
ioast. When you haw become a j i Ige
of wine it is indeed t ,m.s to 1-ave tae
arena and to accept tne worti-oiu ; -uf.
ialor's gift of the wooden sword. J".'
W. K. ;.Miiia, r'.ve.r editor ill i'iik Hri.l.KTiM
and eteaiiitioat paeaentr Hiont. Orilera for all
kin'!" f tttcniiihoHt jot, printing millritucl. Oltito
ul Uu ot' hlnropean Uotul. No. 72 Ohio levee.
bTAIlhS Of TliK KlVfcK.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at 0 p. m. S7 feet 4 inches and full
Chattanooga, April 30. Uivcr It feet S
inch and falling.
Cincinnati, April HO.-Hiver 22 feet 0
inches and falling.
Louisville, April 30,-Rlver 0 feet
11 inches and rising.
Nashville.April yO.-Hiver 10 ft 1 inch
Pittsburg, April U0. Raver 3 feet 9 in
ches and falling.
St Louis, April .'JO. Hiver 20 ft 10 inch
es and falling.
Ill V Kit 1TKMB.
We went to Mound City Tuesday even
ing to ticket some passengers for Plum
Point and called upon a friend to write
the river column of yesterday morning's
issue during our absence, but wish to apol
ogize to our readers for an ugly error in a
paragraph which spoke of Sol Silver as
agent of the Anchor Line and mentioned
him as the "unpopular agent'1 of that ele
gant line of steamers. We regret the mis
take, as Sol certainly must be popular or he
could not represent such a line of boats.
Our able "pr tern" river editor also "touch
ad up" Wn.lt. McKee and was about to
make a coal agent of him; acd If lie had a
few days more to devote to the river col
umn, be would likely do it.
Yesterday wis the warmest day ot the
Sumbo from Cincinnati will arrive here
this morning. Cpt. Wash Thompson, her
genial master, has secured one of the lead
ing string bands of the Queen City for the
entertainment ot his large party of excur
sionists, who are making the trip to the
Sunny South and return. A grand time
will be realized by all who are so fortunate
as to make the trip with Capt. Thompson
and Chatley Church, of the Jumbo. For
rates see Passenger Agent W. F. Lambdin.
The City of Helena leaves St. Louis this
evening for Vicksburg.
The Guiding Star from New Orleans
will report here this evening for Cincinnati.
She has the largest passenger trip of any
boat out from New Orleans this Benson that
goes to St. Louis or Cincinnati. The Star
is very popular, and her officers have made
her so. See W. F. Lambdin, Passenger
Agent, and get your tickets.
The Paris C. Crown left New Orleans
yesterday for Cincinnati.
The W. II, Cherry from Nashville is due
this morning. She has 20,000 feet of lum
ber for the Singer factory. After dischar
ing her trip she turns back for the Hock
The Hudson from St. Louis is due this
evening for Shawneetown.
The Will S. Hays has laid up at Mem
phis on account of dull times. The E. W.
Cole tills her place and takes the Hays'
days for leaving Memphis and Vicksburg.
The City of Baton Rouge from St. Louis
is due to-night lor New Orleans.
The towboat Storm is on her way up
from Helena for this port, where she will
discharge 500,000 feet of lumber for Chica
govia rail. She will arrive here to-morrow.
The Commonwealth from Vicksburg
passed up last night for St. Louis.
The Morgan's time from Cincinnati to
St. Louis was sixty hours and the distance
714 miles. The Rattler still holds her "met
tie" and can push some of the best ones.
The Ella Kimbrough left St. Louis yes
terday for Osage River, She had a full
The Ohio from Memphis will pass up for
Cincinnati early this morning. She has a
big passeuger trip and will add about
twenty first-class passengers here.
The Golden Rule for NewOrleans and the
Andy Baum for Memphis left Cincinnati
People going South via rail to Arkansas,
Missouri and Texas, remember the Iron
Mountain is the best road leaving Cairo
for all points in the Southwest.
Tho Ohio is falling at all points. The
gauge here at C p. m. yesterday marked 37
feet 3 inches and falling.
The City of Cairo from St. Louis passed
south last night, arrived here 7 p. m. and
departed 8 :30. She had a good trip.
Mr. Arthur Pretty, proprietor of the
"Compagnio Francaise," 5 Collins St., Mel
bourne, Australia, was cured, he says, of
rheumatism by St. Jacobs Oil, the great
pian-conrpneror, after all other specifics had
"Eureka! I have found it." Happy tin
man who suddenly rinds a long lost treas
ure, and tins is how Mr. W. C. Field, of
1232 Cedar Avenue, Cleveland, O.. felt,
when after suffering tor thirty years with
rheumatism, be found Athlophoros. It was
what he had been looking for, and uow his
joints aro free from pain, and he recom
mends it to anyone sulfering from either of
those twin diseases, rheumatism and neu
ralgia. JOTICK TO (J iSTRACTOKS.
Okficr or City Ombk, I
Caiho. M April Slat, IHS4. f
Sealed proprntMla will t received at thlt ollli't
lip to the meetlnif of the City Council May Bill,
IKS I, fur fnrnlahlnir lumber, removlnu earbnee and
pubilthlnt; cnuurll pric,eedlii, noticoe, ordl
nancce. ,Vc, an required by tho iirdlraiiccnof the
city. Council reserved thn right to reject auj and
ail bide, for full particular appltr to
'UVii V.J. KOLKt, City Clerk.
LOUIS 0. HERBERT,
(Sucocsscr to ('Inn. T. Xewlaml ami
Plymta, Steam aid Gas Filter.
Commercial Ave , hot. Tenth ami Ele
CA1UO. : : : ILL.
Drive Well Force and 1.1ft l'arnpn furntnliDd and
pat up. Aieut for tliu Celebrated
i'UuiVIiXIJ J Uilljij 1 UiUl .
the best pump ever Invented. New Oa Fixture
Inriiiabed to order. DM fixture repaired and
JjJ'-Jobnlng promptly attended to. 31') tf
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Mode, to Order.
rUU St.,ii:f . Ohio l.eveu Si Commercial Ave.
CAIRO. - - ILL
Hvpairin? neatly done at short notice.
Manufacturer and Dealer In -
6th Street, between CnnVl Ave. mid Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMC.NITION.
Safes Heatiirert. All Kind ol Keys Midi'.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Ii?hast Cah Prip Puid for Wheat.
Some to yield every time to treatment with
Spartanburg, S. C, March 13, is4.
Your most valuable medicine fSwilt'e Specific)
hn cone me bo much t'ood :bat I feel like Bavin)
thin fur the benefit or thoee nho Hitler like I did. I
waB p. intoned bv poison p.ts. and saw not a well
clay for oix yenr. until ueed almost every kind of
medicine, hut none nad tnn dee i red ellect. Aller
tiBing fix bottl. B of Swift's tu'Ecine I am restored
t perfect health with not a sijju of Hint awful
Yours truly, DAVID NESI1ITT.
1 had fot thirty-eiebt years mflVred every sprlne
and summer with Poison (Ink, which I coutnictt.-d
to. bathing when a boy. 1 tried ever thinn for it,
including many phvsiciin, hut without any benefit
I took six bottes of Swifte Specific (S. S. S.lfour
years at'o, and it cured me sound aud well. Three
summers hutre passed, and I have hud no return of
It. Jobki'u Ukasi.ev, Columbue, Ua.
I have had remarkable success with Swift's Spe
cific; have cured several casee permanently in a
very short time. Hue case which I am now treat
ing was given up to die. and after using three bot
tles ie bo far recovered that I think one more bottlo
will cure her. The meet remarkable case of all was
a lndv with mt'diilary canor of the womb, for whom
I hud no hope wha'ever After using oue bottle I
am siitistied she will soon be cured.
J. WVL1E til'H.UAN, M. I).
Eusleys, S. ('.
Treatise on lilood and Skin Diseases mailed
free to applicants.
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Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ua.
N. Y. Office, tSii W.i'ld St., between Sixth and
BEFORE V-AND -fAFTER
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"VrH nuiftTiii from Nirwu Pkrimtt,
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tf ti t'EKSoNAL N ATI k rvsultintf from AfU'iKH and
OTHKK I'acsks. HrfMy rt'llt'f and complfttt rvsto-
rri'iullof HKALTIlA MoHAIltl MANHOOD IU'aKaNTKKD.
The inintli'.Ht tli?rovfry of liu Niiu-tt-nth Oritur.
bcni at unci tor UlustruUjJ t'anipbkt f ree. AtlUreM
VOLTAIC BEIT CO., MARSHALL, MICH.
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M ll tllTuW ltmtrnlit.n. tlio rt-eiiiiti of i?.ii.'iwi.ini,
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any gttrvrfr a it Ml M.-kift
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lrice $1. at clnu,'iists, or
cnt prepaid hr mall, fsanipls
Maken. Box si 1 1 fl .S ew iork
VoVAS Dr. KEAN,
111 HolTTH Cl.AHK bT., I'tl.CACO ,K)
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Leader Id en p
Q.EOHGE HARRISON LEACH, M. D.
PHYSICIAN ct SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment of surulcal dlaettses, aud dUeaaes of women
OKt'IUK On Hih alreet, oppoeito tba Poet
ofnee, Cairo, III.
J)R. J. K. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAl'OK, ELECTKO YAPOR and MEDICATED
A lady in attendance.
JJK. K. W. WUITLOCK,
Orrici No. 138 Commercial Avenue, between
aVhfj and Ninth Street
rpnE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
CAPITAL, 1 00,000!
A General Banking1 Business
TIIOS. W. IIA.XJL.1DA.Y
JNTERPIUSE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
TIIOS. W. IIVILinAY,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
F. mtOSS. Premdcnt. I P. NZFr". Vic.oPree'nt
U. WELLS, Cunliler. I T. J. Kerth, Ase't caBU
F. BroKn Ca'ro I William Khi,e. .Cairo
Peter Neu" ' William Wolf.... "
C. M . Onterloh " I CO. Patter "
E.A. Iluder " I II. Welle
J. Y. C'Icmiton, Caledonia.;
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE.
Exchange Bold and bought. Interet paid it.
the Savlni(i Department. Collection!! made and
an DiiHinoBS promptly attended tc.
Cairo & Paducah Daily
HENRY E. TAYLOR, Master.
UEOUOE JOUEs, Clerk.
Leaves Pidocah for Cairo dally (Sundays except
ed) at 8 a. m., and Mound Cltv at 1 p. m. Return
ing, leave. Cairo at 4 p.m.; Mound City at 5 p.m.
Nashville, Paducah & Cairo IT. S. Mail
For Padncah, Smlthland, Dyersburg, EddyvIIie,
Canton, Dover, Clarksville aud Nashville,
B. S. KHEA.
J. S. TYNKR...
Leaves every Monday morning at 10 o'clock a.m.
2a W. II. CHERRY.
WM. ST R"N O
FELIX 0 HASTY..
L avce everv Fr'iluv morning at 10 o'clock, mak
Ingclo't) conuecliiins at Nashville with the L. A
N. K. K. aud ,N. .fc C. K. K. for all points south,
with the Upper Cumberland Packet Co., for all
pointe for the Upper Cumberland. For freight or
pasa ige, epply on board or to V. K. Lambdin,
""7maTfW UASKaVBIiaVi MaaaA
VhosB debility, rxhatDated
pH'r. preuiuturti douy
and failure to perform llle'e
dutlee prnporly are caused by
etetwsKS, erroni of youth, etc.,
will find a twrfeet and lutm
restoration to robaat heultk
and vlvtirona munhiHid in
THE MAR5TON BOLUS.
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ji. inurnment. 'l'histr"atnintof
trTue II b 1 1 1 1 ana
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mccewtfiit bocanne based on pertK-r, diin.xi.
nvw iincl ctlrtvt m e t h f Ml and nbliitt Ibur
uuchnraa. Full infennatian and Troatue fno.
Adiin.ss Consult inic I'hyMieian of
MARSTON REMEDY CO.. 46 W.14Ui St. Weat York.
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