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RICHMOND STRAIGHT COT Ho,
st-p mon r. all on.'k h.
They are ma te from the brightest, m -i dell
c Uely flivored 'iii.l ut tut ca.it of go'd leaf grown
In irgiui.i, a d uro ub oul'e;y wituo.l nd Ittra
tiou o.' drUk!.
We tine the (ionulua Kr m h Kirn pupta, of oar
own d rent Imporut on, win, li i unulu tapeclally
for ua, water i. aikivi wnli :h. nnue uf tliu biand:
on earn C (frc;(t w thorn ulii.h nuie an- genn
IliU. Hani! iiirlullou ol tli:- baud have l.c 11 i,ut
on ih'k, ami Clgureite m i era are rn , .i,ed tha;
thin la tli a O'.d and Or glr.a h. 11 a id t oUerve
that eacti pac.ae or uox ol
Richmond Straight Cut Cigarettes
BKAK-. TIIK NlNATl'HE 0!r"
ALLEN & &INTE2, Manufacturers,
Uli Il.MON I, VA.
Burner No more 'rouble to m v wick. Kvery
family want' It. fit ar.y lamp. I'.e tain globe
hells at alght Thiee b..rii,r for $1 to any a'1
drean. Holler Lamp Unr.er Co., H Murray St., N.Y.
on Julius Hivir Va., in a north
ern aet'lemer.t. Il'unrnt'd dr
f'tllur Iree. .1 V MAMlit
Carcmont, Virginia. ' '
Nothing Liki' TIhtj.
Benatiha Caprli.e l'oriu Planters an- beyond
all coinparinoii ilm b- t . Prompt, aure. Price i;
ArA II ."BOOKS.
BhVfcN (iUEaT MONAUClIIKSt.f the Ancient
Eimtem World Hv Oeorge Kawlliixon. "WUat
la luoreTKICKIHLE than War?-iiiin it be a war
amoiii; publlfber., lln nVbat could he IIAl'1'1 Kit.
for rejoielug bo"k-b''Veri) Such a war la In pro
gre.s. 1'rlC' rediiiid mm tin Ulto J 40. hperl
men tgea free. N T aoid ov deal, r -prce
too low Hooks for eiamlnat'ou beore payment
ontvidence of pood faith.
JoliN It. AI.DEN, Puhllaher.
P.O. Boi OH. 1a Veaey ,n . New York.
The Science of Life. Only $1
BY MAIL POST-PAID.
Exhauated Vtnlity. Nervona and Phv-irai lie
bllity I'm mature Decline In Man, Krrom ol
iouth, and untold miaerica reaaltinv Irom liidia
cretou ur txcea.ea A book (or every man, rotinu,
middle-nucd and old. Itcnii'ainr 1 prew riptionn
or all acute aim chruLic dim aeef, i acli .ne ol
which la ina uilite. .o lo md t y the Author,
whoae experience lr 'ii yearaia aucb aa proiiab j
never before fell to the lot of any phy.lclan. nl
panen, iKiund lr. heautiful FY orb niu:!n, vmhn
aed covers, I'll g:it, nuaraMe'd to h, a finer w,.ra
In ev ry aenae me hauici1, literary md prolea
aioial than any other work aold In t:Ma country
for (J 50. 01 the money wil: !u refunded in every
lnatarc Pi Ice oily ll.oo hv m il, poat i aid.
Illuairalivf aam la 6 centa. eLd now. (iuld
medul aw.rd-d the author bv the Nailo al Medua1
Aaaormtiou, to the fll. i ra of which he f Ur
Tbia biMia atmuld be read hy the yuun; lor id
afucilou, and by the araictd for relict k will
beneut ail. l.or don Lancet.
Ther" la no niemlti r ol aixuty to whom thla
baok will not be oaeful, whether youth, parent
HUard an, Inatrncti.r or Icrif man Argonaut.
Add:ea the Peabodr "edical luctifute, or I)t
W. II Parker, No. I Biillit ci St eet. U laton.
Maa., who mav h,- c naulted on all dla ae re
qtii'liiir akl!l and experience Ch'oti'C anrt oliti
nat- diaea-ea that hav.- haflled 1 I 1 I the
akiliot all o her iihy!rlan a il I jiLj atie
cialty. Such tr ated auc- rp I 1 r O 1
ce"f.il!r without an inat 1 II 1 OIjIjI
ancaol failure Mention thin paper
Is the season in which bad or poi-ottcd blood is
mot ait tohow itaelf a up-, at thl Juncture,
needs aomeihini; to aa lat It 111 IliroAliiiM.il' 1 he im
purities which have collected bv the aluifiah cir
culation i f blood dur ni; tne cold win'er montha.
Swllt'e Spei i tic ii nalure'i treat helper, aa it i a
purely vegitabli' alterative and tonic
Ilev. L. B t'alno, Macon, Ga., wr tea: -'We have
been uainj SwifiV Siieclilc at the Orphans Home
aa a remedy for blood cou.pla'nt . and aa a general
health tonic, r.n 1 have had remarkable reaulig
Irom ita uao on the children and employees of the
InMtitutlou. It is aucb an eicell- nt tonic, ai d
keeps the blood o pure, that ihe syatcm Is Uaa
liable to dl'Ho. It ha cured some of o ir chil
dren of Scrofula.
W. II . Gilbert, d'Oaist, lbiny, G.. write :
"We are aelliuu Mrgu quantities of Swift's Specific
foraaprlnt; alten tive and general health ionic,
and'.vltn tiia beat reaulta. It la row larireiy used
ag a preventive and cure fur Mai ria. There are
many remarkable evidences of Ha m rit in this
THE OIIKAT DKI'O HOUSE IN CHICAGO.
Wo do not heel'ate to any that for a year tact we
have sold more of Swift's Specific (S. S. thn
all o her B!ood Pur. tiers combined, and wilb most
aatonlahiuu eati'ts. One cintletnaa who used a
half dor.eu bottles anya it did h'm more f od than
trealmeat which coal bim ft.OOi. A other who
naed it for a Scrofulous all ction reports a perma
nent cure from it use,
VAN sUAACX, STEVENSON & CO.
One gentloman who had been confined to his bed
tlx weeks with Mercurial Kheumatiam baa Ik en
cured entirely, and speaks In the highest praise of
d o. a. iinnr.i ,v iiniun,
Our treaatlae on Bloo l and tk n Diseases mallei
free to applicants
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga.
New York Offl:e, 159 West ii3d St.
JJ ALJiIDAY BROTHERS
Com mission Merchants,
Pr.OUB.RAIH AKD HAY
fro lip t tor
Egyptian Flouring Mills
m?bP3tCash Price Paid for Wbeat.
Riphmnnrl Wniirhi Put Un
IIIUIIIIIUIIU VJUUIid.Ul uui iu
The Rcgnlar Cairo & Paducah Uaily
IIRNUY K. TAYl.OH, STaater.
GK011UK JOHKs, Clerk.
eaves Piducah forC Iro daily (Sundayi except."
a) at a a. in., ana Mound City U l p. m. Kelari:
an, leavek Cairo at 4 p.m. ; Mourn t'itv al 5 p.m.
I itkU. .LlLxi-. In I J iMfti I ii' Vtt, ill -( 1
For Salo bv
OAII IO 1 Ij Li.
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J-AM RKKI'M, ECZEMA, SriirnTA. SCALD
Il'-u'l, Erv-ipHlrtft, 'lftur, Hive, Iniihtnii!, V-nrtn
Id U, l'ini'l k, Mtiitfi, urlitiin t I i-uit 1'oiM.nittif
hii'l I'uiMiit'i Whhii'U, lUhgwurm, eunl'Urii, una
ill li"M-:i-t"t ( I til- kin.
I-'ur I'llfr. Wnumls, fiitu, tlc(-r or Sori, no
rcinttjy in t irint in wtthiiit' him! h'tiiinK a
l'iil-ill jk .kui Cuif, It di.' nut -uui't ur burn.
Viiutwtu in ten lanfjuaya accumjmny otry tuAtle.
NASA!, f ATAIIIUI, AClTEorl 1II!0K' rol.l)
lu lL'.- lleuil, linu Cold, Lrijocliul Lutuuti uuii
Claanwsthe mwtrlla. permita nntural t-r-athirg,
ftr.'J i-revenu, in, i ii-tiitn.iia, snuillri, ni.'l inezn.i!
It h it iileeure l"r Cold In the Head- ln..h
ii eauueO hy i,U'lii, u itumrea la the utuiui'liere.
ViTutvjiu in t'h Oiurjuugu accyw;tcny rtcry botllt.
PAPILLON MFC. CO., CHIOACO
rCH 8ALE I.Y ALI CECCCIfcTB.
For Sale bv
PAUL G. SCIIUIll
Snecial Ajzt.s. in this citv.
Democratic County Conven
tion. The D. m cr&tic voter of AicxahderConntv are
hereny called to meet in their reai eciive precincts
at he usual pi ,ce of vnt'iig. In the City ol Cairo,
on Krbla evemuj, .May 1, Ihi. at n o'clock, and
in the county irecincts, on Sa urday afternoon.
aiay i.. ivi, uriu c'ock, to ae ect demates to a
County Convention to e held at the Coutl House
In the City of Cairo, on Monday afternoon, May 111,
14, at o'clock, lor the purpoe of electing feven
Heletatea to tne State Convention lobe i eld In
I'eo laJuK 2. n-ven rielreutea to th" Con-
reai inai Citiventlon 'o he h-1 J in Cairo Jun- M.
l,vl; three delejat- a to the Appellate Convention
to be he d in ( eLtraiia M-iy Jl. and delei'ates
to the S-nator a1 Convention. And alro to ap
point a new Couutv Central Ctunm ttee.
The Several precincts &rv entitled t th
in i o-'ti of dilegale". viz:
P r. colli i a ro
6 F'o' rth Cairo
F'llt i Cal.o 3
5 I nitv i
i San iiakv 2
4 Ea-t C. Oirardeau 1
i! Santa F'e 2
X I ake Milium . ... 1
Cbar Creek i
Oirfe la'and S
Bewh l!idge 1
Total, :.' delu-:atea.
Demi rrats lr cv-iv t recin t lire urjerl to attend
the I'riiiia-lea, and hav- a v,.ice in tne selection ol
good men to r priae t ti.em n the County Con-
Let us o-L'anie Htid make a urand nnited vflort
this yer, aa our f. How D- inocratn are doing
throuuliotit the st ite, and victory will he ours.
Ti.e t'iiairn an and Secretary of each prec net meet-
Inir wil, liirnl-l. delrtatea proper cr deutlala.
ry or.e' tre ih-ro'-crafr lo. ten. O"'.
IT! OS. W. Slllt.LDS, Ciialrman
B. F. 111. ake, Secretary.
617 St. Charles St. ST. LCUIS, MO.
A vBRrnlnr Orndunta oi two medical
COlleire, has been lonirei el'ictived in the treat
ment of t'lironi,., Nervo m, tlijn and
Jllnoit l)isea-es than anv other physician In
rt. Loula, as cliy papers show ,'nil all , Id resi
dents know. ( onsiiltntlnn .itort.ee or bv mall,
free and Invited. A frleiiill- t..lk or his opinion
tosts noihlnir. When it Is l ieonv, ulent tovllt
the elty for treatment. ni dleines can lie sent
by mall or expre, evervwhei". i ill -able cae
(riiarauteed : where doubt exist- I', la 'raukly
stated. Call or Write.
Nervous Prostration, Pebliity, 11 ant at and
Physical Weakness, Mercn; lal and other
aHectlonsof Throat, Skin and Bonastlood
Impurities and Blood Iulsnnlng,Mtln Affec
tions, Old Sores and V leers, Impedlnifntt, to
Marriage, Rheumatism, riles. Special at;
tentlnn t fasas from over-worked arain.
Kl Br.irATi CASES recelv apec lal attention.
Plseasea arising from Imprudences KxPewea,
Indulgences or Exposure!.
It Is self-evident that a plivalclan ft.y lrifc
particular attention to a class f eaes, attains
great skill, and physicians In reirular vruetlee
recommend cases to t he oldest otllee I
an over ma country Knowing mis, treq enuv
ir f in
CR, where every known appliance l e.ortec
to, and the prove,.l nooa remtHe " rf al,
ages and countries are used, A whole pense U
used forotllee purposes, and all are treats. ! with
skill In a respectful manlier; and, know.ng
what to do, no experiments at e made, ( n c
coutit of the great number npplylnf, the
charges are kept low, often lower than is de
manded by others. I f you secure the ski I nd
fet a "pi'. 'ly and perfect lite cure, that s no
mportant matter. Pamphlet, 3i pages. S.ut
to any address free.
Elegant cloth and ellt binding. Sealed for W
cents In postaite or currency. Over llity win
dert'ul pen pictures, true to life, articles on tile
following subjects: Who may marry V whon if
why Prnperairetoniarrv. Who marry tlr
Manhood, Wonianiiood. Physical decay. .10
ghould inarrv. How life and happiness may oe
Increased. Those married or eonteuiplat '
marrvlng should read It. ltoimht to be real
by all adult persons, then kept under lock a, I
key, Popular edition, same as above, but pa"tf
cover and HuO pages, to cents by mull, lu moue'
n H b B
IJ 14 II fit'
NEW YORK STOKE,
WHOLESALE AND IU2TAIL.
The -Largest Variety Sloe).
IN THK CITY.
(JOODS SOLD VlSIiY CLOSK
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor.Mnetoenthatreet) Poivn 111
CA1IU) BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING MAY 14, 1884.
QEOIIGE nAKUlSON LEACH, M. T).
PHYSICIAN it SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment of surgical diaoi.aea, and dtaeasaa of women
OKrICK On 14lh atreet, oppnito the Tost
ofllcu. Cairo, III.
)U. J. E. STUO.NU,
129 Ciiinnieri'ial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAI'Olt, ELSCTUO VAPOK and MEDICATKO
A lady In altcuiluuce.
r- W. VVHllLOCK,
hrnn-ln. 1' Coinmerclal
: I ' '.'.1 .Mi th Krre. t
A vnri no, bit w ta
rjMIi: CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cuiro, Illinoia.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
CAPITAL, tfl 00,0 00!
A General Banking1 Business
TIKH W. UALIilllAV
NTEKIMUSE SAVING BANK'
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS P.A.NK.
TIIOS. W. HAIiMDAY,
C0111111prci.il Avenue and EUlilli Street
F. BKOSS. Pri'atdent.
II. WELlS, Ciciiier.
P. Nc'I'F. Vica Pret'nt
j T. J. Kerth, Aee1! cash
C. M Ofterloh.
Wilimm V.'olf, ..
C. O. Palter.......
E. A. Buder.
J. Y. Cleuiaon, Caledonia.;
A GESERAT. BANKING UUFINsS DUN 2.
Exchange ao'.l and ho'iLt . Interest p il l it
the Saviusa I)eprtmeut. Cul'iecuona made nd
all bualnes promptly atteiioed tc.
! i N
i all- R
k 90 t E
i w c
T. T. j Z,
W. bTR VTTON, Ca'ro.
T. Ill HO, Missouri
STKATTON & BIKD,
No. r.7 Ohio Levee, Cairo, I".,
f?" Agents American Powder Co
Btck noadncho and relievo all tho tronMci Inct
dent to a bilioue atute of the aystem, euch as Uia
rincss, Nanaea, Drowsiness., Distreaa after eating,
1'ain in tne side, Ac. v tuio tneir mom reuiarn-
able Bucctea has been shown In curing
HcadftfhP.yrt Carter'a Little Llvor Pills aro penally
valuablu In Constipation, curing and preventing
thit annoying complaint, while they also correct
all disorder of tho stomach, stimulate the liver
aud rvgulute the bowels. Even if they only cured
Arhe they vronld be almost priceless to those Who
utter from this distressing complaint; but fortu
nately their goodness doee not end here, and thoa
whoonco try them will find these little iillls valu
able in no man v way i that they will not be willing
to do witbout them. Hut after all sick head
Ts t nefcsno of so many lives that hero la where w
make our (treat bout. Our puis euro It whilo
Others do Dot . .
Carter's Llttlo LIT Tt are very small snt
Very easy to takn. One or two pills make a dose.
They aro atrlctly Vegetablo and do not gripe or
purge, but by their pentlo tction please all who
caothem. In vials at cents; five for 1. BolJ
by druggist every where, u sunt by mall,
CARTER HEDICI3E CO., New York
The Daily Mletin.
Some of the young Democrats of this
city are endeavoring to bring 5Ir. V. C.
Mulkey out 8 a candidate for the legisla
ture eat full and are flndini? much encour
agement in their movement. Mr. Mulkev,
though a young mun, is a good lawyer, is
energetic, honoral.le, and, iu fact, entirely
wortliy of the honor in connection with
which his nama h mentioned. The Demo
crats of tins county would rave no reason
to regret having elected him.
Mr. T. W. Whitlock ciime up from Hot
Springs Sun liy. Hd repirts things in a
flourishing stuui down there. Mr. Mul
caliej'. nuw store house is nearly finished,
and two men are in 8?. Louis now, pur
chas'.ng a hrye new stock of goods, prep
atory to opening up again Monday or Tues
day in grander style than ever. Mr. Whit
lock n iw has sole charge of the business for
Mule hey; he is worthy of the important
trust and competent to fill the responsible
City Council met last night in second
regular meeting this month. There weie
present His Honor the Mayor and Alder
men Hughes, Smith, Wood, Woodward,
Stout, Orr, McTItile and Ltucaster. A'so
Clerk Foley, Chief Myers, Comptroller
The ii.eeting was for regular business
and the first proceeding was to correct the
minutes of prr vious meeting, so as to read
that '"Alderman McIInle moved that the
bid of W. T. Scott for doing the city print
ing be accepted," instead of that lie "mov
ed that the mme of W. T. Scott bo substi
tuted f..r that of 11. F. Potter."
Reading of minutes was dispensed with.
Clerk rem for second time the ordinance
prohibiting stuck from running at large.
Aldirm in Wood offered a substitute ex
cluding cows from the provisions of the
ordinance, which was adopted.
Report of Comptroller on report of Treas
urer was accepted.
Report of Marshal on names of owners
of property Ui-ed for illegitimate purposes
was read aud hid over until Alderman
Patier.in accordance with whose resolution
the report was made, should be present.
Street Committee reported recommend
ing filling of streets and building of walks
as per resolutions referred to it at last meet
ing of council.
Alderman Wood moved that report be
amended so as to require Filteenth Street
to be filled, by special assessment, from
Washington Avenue to Locust Street, in
stead of to Cedar Street. Ameudment car
ried, and report as amended adopted and
recommendiitions concurred in.
Committee on Claims' report was adopt
ed and claims allowed.
C'ommitiee reported b.ck bill of D. T.
Linear of iffjOO fur expenses during his
six weeks' trip to Washington in accord
ance with a resolution of the city council,
without action by the committee.
Alderman Wood desired to know why
committee bad taken no action on Lineyar's
Alderman Smith said committee believed
claim just, but thought it best to let coun
cil use its own judgment with reference to i
Alderman Lancaster thought claim ex
cessive and desired a report from Mr.
Alderman McHtlo moved that bill be
allowed iu full, in order to bring the mat
ter before the Council; and, by invitation of
the Mayor, Mr. Linegur, who was in the
audience, came forward and nude report as
to his work in Washington. Mr. Linegar
spoke about fifteen minutes, giving details
of his work while in Washington.
Amendment by Alderman Wood that
Mr. L. he allowed $15 a day was lost, and
original motion was carried.
Report of Finance Committee received.
Recommendation of Finance Committee
that 10,000 pamphlets of portions of
Mayor's message be printed, was concurred
On motion of Aldeiman Wood, Comptrol
ler was iustructod to purchase carload of
lime when needed.
Petition of Board of Education that
walks leading to tho colored school he
raised to Washington Avenue grade was
referred to Commit ee on Streets.
Petition of Mrs. Ryan tor permission to
change locution of frame buildings in
first fire district wus referred to committee
ou p lice, jail aud fire department.
Resolution hy Alderman Orr that Mar
shal be instructed to take steps to prosecute
persons delinquent iu tho matter of licenses
Resolutiou of Alderman Wood, that
clerk, in advertising fcr bids on street ti 11-
it'g specify that uo siud will bo accepted,
Bonds of M. J. Howley comptroller, T.
J. Eut health officer, and John Cain jailor,
weto approved; also liqi;or bond of M,
Report of Charles Cunningham, that
premiums on insurance policies, collected
by him during last year, amouuted to
$'2,534.25, accompanied by treasurer's re
ceipt for $50.09 paid by him to city, we.ro
received and ordered filed.
Bid of John Hogan for filling easterly
side of Commercial Ayenue, from 20th to
25th Streets, for 50 cents per cubic yard,
from 25th to 28th Street", for 00 cfliits, and
from 28th to 34th, for 05 cents', was refer
red to Committee on Streets.
Council then adjourned.
W. P. LahhuiX. nvar editor nf I'm Itirtuviw
and steamboat passenger agant. Orders, for all
kinds of steamboat Inh i,rliuli ii-ii...i i im
at Bowor'i European Uotal. No. 72 Ohio levee.
STAGES OF THE RIVER.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at 6 p. m. 30 feet 4 inches and fall
Chattanooga, May 13. River 0 feet 11
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, May 13. River 19 feet 9
inches and rising.
Louisville, May 13. River 8 feet 11
inches and falling.
Nashville, May 13. River 10 ft 3 inch
es and not reported.
Pittsburg, May 13. River 5 feet 5 in
ches and falling.
St Louis, Miy 13. River 22 ft 11 inch
es and falling.
The Hudson leaves St. Louis this evening
for Paducah and Shawneetown la duo here
The Ohio left Memphis last evening foi
Cincinnati and is due hereeorly to-morrow
morning. For particulars see W. F. Lamb-
The City of New Orleans leave St. Louis
this evening for the Sunny South and is
due hero to morrow night.
The New Mary Houston from the South
passed up for Cincinnati yesterday at 11 a.
m. She had a light freight but good many
people on her arrival at Cincinnati. She
will be turned over to Capt. Lem Kites,
who recently bought her aud will proceed
at once to put her iu thorough repair for the
The James W. Guff from Cincinnati
passed down fur Memphis last night. She
had a good trip.
The City of Cairo from St. Louis is due
this evening for Vicksburg.
Business on the wharf dull yesterday.
The Gus Fowler had a very light trip
yesterday. Capt. Taylor will be able to go
on duty this week.
The rivers aro still falling. Tho pros
pects for freight in the Ohio river is much
better than it has been for several weeks
The Belle of Shreveport will be the next
big 0. line due from New Orleans for Cin
cinnati. Capt. Randale Ballew and Newt Pell,
two old star gazars, arc Btill in the city
waiting to turn a trick; both are first-class
pilots and we hope may soon strike a fat
Sol Silver says there is more money in
his strawberry crop than there is In the
steamboat agency business.
It will soon bo fly time with Bob Jones,
as most of the 0. line boats are preparing
to go into summer quarters and the low
water season will soon set in which will
close the balance out. Bob will then have a
good chanco to inspect his Florida farm.
It strikes right in to the acute agony
and for a cure of pain St. Jacobs Oil has no
One reason why the treatment of rheu
matism is so frequently wanting in success
is, thnt the local remedies applied do not
reach the seat of disease, which is the
blood. Athlophorns deals at onco with the
t'bserv.ttive acid which poisons and inflames
the system, and by expelliug it invigorates
the action of the muscles, limbers, the
joints an J brings renewed health to the
wearied frame. Miss Mary A. Danforth
was cured of rheumatism of long standing
by one day's use of this medicine.
My Wife's) Nervous Affection.
"We had ceased to hope that my wife's
nervous affection could be cured," writes
Rev. J. A. Edie, of Beaver, Pa. "Many
physicians failed to do her good, butSam
Hrian Nervine has cured her." At diug
gists. Tut a Brand 011 Him.
"Women are a necessary evil," he said,
bringing Uown his fist hard on the counter
to emphasize tho heartless remark. It was
in the village store at West Milton, Sarato
ga County, and the speaker was the central
figure of a group of bucholic philosophers.
He was homely, slovenly and sixty.
"There's where I differ from you alto
gether," said Mr. George T. Graham, of
the same phice. "Women are mostly what
men make 'cm. When husbands are brutes
wives will fall into submission or make
home hot for the men; and they're unuutur
al in either character. Lovo them, and es
pecially bo good to them when they're
sick, and you'll have no trouble. There's
my own wife, now. She's buIF red a good
deal with dyspepsia, nervous prostration
and other ailments that took tho bloom off
her cheeks aud the spring out of her steps.
Well, slit) saw an advertisement of Park
er's Tonio, and thought it would be just
the thing for her case. Gentlemen, I sent
five miles after a bottle. She took it. I
sent again after more. So several times.
Trouble? Why, If you could see how much
good it has done her you would say that
women aro tho greatest of God's blessings,
and Parker's Tonic is the next."
This preparation, which has been known
as Parker's Ginoeh Tonic, will hereafter
bo called simply Paiikkr's Tonic. This
change has been rendered necessary by sub
stitutes imposed upon their customers by
unprincipled dealers, under the name of
gintrer; and as ginger is really an unimport
ant flavoring ingredient, we drop the mis
Thero Is no change, however, in tho prep
aration itself, and all bottles remaining in
the bands of dealers, wrapped under the
name of Parker's Ginger Tonic contain
tho genuine medicine if tho fac simile sig
nature of Hrscox & Co. is at the bottom of
jthe outside wrapper.
Thousands Hastened to their Graves I
Relying on testimonials written in vivid
glowing language or some miraculous
cures made by some largely purled up doc
tor or pateet medicine has hastened thous
ands to their graves; believing in their al
most insane faith that the same miracle
will be performed on them, and that these
testimonials make the cures, while the so
called medicine is all the time hastening
them to their graves. We hare avoided
publishiug testimonials, as they do not
make the cures, although we have
THOUSANDS CP0N THOUSANDS
of them, one of the most wonderful cures,
voluntarily sent us. It is our medicine,
Hop Bitters that makes the cures. It haa
never failed and never can. We will give
reference to any for any disease similar to
their own if desired, or will refer to any
neighborhood in the known world but can
show its cures by Hop Bitters.
A LOSLNO JOKE.
A prominent physician of Pittsburg said
to a lady patient who was complaining of
her continued ill health, and of bis inabili
ty to cure her, jokingly said: "Try Hop
Bitters 1" The lady took it in earnest and
used the Bitters, from which she obtained
permanent health. She now laughs at the
doctor for his joke, but he is not so well
pleased with it, as it cost him t good pa
tient. FEES OP DOCTORS.
The tees of doctors is an item that very
many persons are interested in. We be
lieve the schedule for visits is $3.00, which
would tax a man confined to his bed for a
year, and in need of a daily viBit, over
$1,000 a year for medical attendand alone 1
And one bottle of Hop Bitters taken in time
would save the $1,000 and all the year's
a ladt'b wi3H.
"Oh, how I do wish my skin was as elear
and soft as yours," said a lady to her friend.
"You can easily make it so," answered the
friend. "How?" inquired the first hdy.
"By using Hop Bitters that make pure,
rich blood and blooming health. It di for
mo as you observe."
GIVEN CP BY THE DOCTORS.
"Is it possible that Mr. Godfrey is up
and at work, and cured by so simple a
"I assure you it is true that he is entirely
cured, and with nothing but Hop Bitters,
and only ten days ago his doctors gave him
up and said he must die, from Kidney and
"Kongn on Corns."
Ask for Wolls' "Roush on Corns.1' 15c.
Quick, complete cure. Hard or soft corns,
Quick, complete cure, all anneying Kid
ney, Bladder and Urinary Diseases. $1.00.
"Bough on Coughs."
Knocks a Cough or Cold endwise. For
children or adults. Troches, 15c. Liquid,
50c. At Druirnists.
THE LEST TJIINQ KS OJTX
In Hard or Soft, lTot or Cold Water.
PAVES LA II OR, TIWE and SOAP AMAZ.
IMiLY, and gives universal satisfaction, N3
family, ricn or poor, abould bo without it.
Sold by all Grocers. BE WA KK of Imitations
well ileawieil to mislead. t'EA KLINE is the
ONLY SAKE labor-saving compound, and at
Wai'S bears the above symbol, and name ol
OAUE9 FYLE. NEW YOKJL.
LOUIS C. HERBERT,
(Successor to Chas. T. Newland and
Plumber, Steam and Gas Fitter,
Commercial Ave , bet. f euth and Ele
CAlltO, : : : ILL.
Diivo Well Force and Lift Pomps famished and
pat up. Agent for the Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP",
the beat pnmp ever Invented. New Gas Flxtares
lurulahed to order, OA fixtures repaired and
tiyjobblng promptly attended to. 819 tt
Patrick T. ITcAIpine,
I O 4
Mailo to Order.
8th St., bet. Ohio Levee Jt Commercial Ave.
CAIRO. - - ILL,
Kepairiug: neatly done at short notice.
H. E- INGE,
Manufacturer and Dealer In
8th Streoi, between C'om'l Av. "d Levee.
CnOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMUNITION.
ga'ei Kaoalred. All Kinds ol Kejt Made.