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JOHN H. OJJBIUiY & CO.,
Doyern 'r, John M. Paltnu
Lieutenant Oonrnor, Julm liouglicily
Scrftary of Stale, K-lwnv.t llmiiiiii-l
Auditor of State, C. K, I.ipplncott ,
Huile Treasurer, K. t. littcj
Supi. Public Instruction, .''rlon IMIeiunn.
Senators l.)innn Titirnbiill nnl John A. I.ogan.
Representative for thi'Stalc nl Large Wincy,
Ilepreaentallw Thirteenth fh'ttrfct John l.
MEMBERS GENERAL ASSEM LY.
Senators, 1st District T. A. K. lloleomb, of
Union, and S, K. ilton, of fijIUIn.
Representative, l Dl.tri. l-il, Watajn Webb.
Judge I. H-'ker, of Alexander.
sl'foiiilln Attnrnej-l.' V. McttlneyV-nf
Circuit ClcrkJiio. Cj. ilsrman.
Hlierifl A. II. Irvln.
Judge P Hrosa.
Aoci'.pji J.;E. McCriliol H. M.itrti'ldon.
Clerli ijaoob O. Lynch.
Coroner Henry flossman.
MUNICIPAL (JO V K ItN M K NT.
Msior John I. Lsnsden.
Treasurer J. U. Tajlor.
tiumptro Itr K. A. Burnett.
Clerk Michael lloey.
Msrahtl Andrea- Clu.
Attorney -P. II. Pope.
Pol, Magistrate F. llrj and II. Hliati
riesay, Cliiffol Police I,. II. Myers.
Cohstablca Jolui Bheihxn Ida)), and
Jim, II. Vclrrun and J.W.Sumr.er, (night.)
Major John 31 Lanadcn,
First Ward-P. U. Hchilli.
eoond Ward -1. II. Woo.iw.vtl
Tlilr.l Ward-Jno. Wood. '
Fourth Ward S. Waal T) lor.
Clj-t'Urcf-W. I' Hallida) and I). Ilmd.
IKMUD or ALDERMEN,
niwr WAHIl-Jaines Beerden,
SECOND WAIllt-H. II. Cunningham,
THIRD WARD-Wm. Stratum,
FOURTH WAHI) -James Carroll.
Time of Meting.
The City Council meet In joint session on
Friday evening preceding the (lr-t Monday of
The fceleet Council ml un the lTrl Wedncs.
day aud Thureday, eller the second Monday In
11I' or jUbrams.
Tl Board of Aldermen meet on the tint
Monday and Tueaday In every month.
COMMITTEES OK Tlir. COUNCIL.
On Slrtttt Meter. Tailor, Wal ler, Winter,
Wood and Ma teal f
Dminagt M ". Cunningham, Hchnh, Finger
aid, Feaao and Halliday.
Clitmr Mrnn, Wood, Cunningham and Klcb.
PUirt tnX Jail Mesart. Carroll, lluder and
GnhsaaCM Messrs. Seaac, Walderand Taylor.
Ftrt DqnrtAWtt Meaan. Hinrnn,Strayti and
Marltti Meaaia. Sennit, WlnUr and Kleh.
J'rinting Mera,WoolwArd,fiynand lludcr.
fUuinrt Mefara. Iltird, .Stratlon andMetratt.
BnnnS llrnlth The Mayor, and Mcsim. Bear
Ira, Winter, Htralloa and Ca. roll.
I'reachlng, fabbath at 10,', t. m., and 7J r. m,
I'raycr mcpllnj?, Wedut-dy nt TJ r. m.
'I MRTKntllKT Cor. Kii-lilli n,l Wnlnnt fin
Prcacbio?, Babtiath 10 and ; r. m.
PrayerineelltiKi Wednesday, 7,S r. m.
Pundny School Ii .u. L. W. Slilirell, Kuor
InlrndenU Iter. F. L. TitOMrtov, Paatnr.
MornluK rayrr. Sabbath H'-J . x.
KTenlnn','rajer. 7J r. h.
Pabbiith School, Vi. m.
Ilrv. Ma. (ins, Hr-ctor.
ST. PATRICK')) CIUJKCH-Oor. Ninth H. and
Public Service, Habhatli i and HI',' . v.
Veapcra, 3 r. x.
Hunday School, Z I: X.
Hfrtioo pe ry day, 8 r. m,
tier, P.J. O'H tLt.iiiu.N, I'rient,
t Preai-hlng, Hibbath 10U a. n., and 7J4 . m.
Iter. J. Kinrp, Paalor.
'MH3I0.N HI'NUAV SCIIOOI-In tho Christian
Chtirrh, KlRhtrrnlh Hlrrrt. Hahhalh hViiuol :i
J. K, I tin., Suncrinlendonl.
V u.ir meeting pctond Monday each month at the
l Prayer room of the Preahvterinn Church.
Weekly Prayer meeting. Friday, ",yt vk m at
(he Prayer room of tho Preabjterian church.
('. I'Aaaoia, Preiildenl.
UFRICAN M. Fotirleetuh Bt, between Walnut
Hcrvici'H, Habbath, 11 A. m.
Sunday .Sjhool, r. m.
Class a r. m.
Pre aching, 7J4 r. m. Iter. W. II. Urows Pnalor.
.t'.nn flll.T-UMl.T. Ill rTIQT l.'Irfi.ftnlti Ul
' t ... ,. no (i IValnllt anil feii.p
m i.r..v.. .... .
f-ervicei huiiiuiii, i;5 riiu u r. m.
Hev. N. Itieka.Paalor.
.nvnM'tr l.ttlllTltlTllnME' Mtcinv bltN.
l)AV HCHOOlr Corner walnut uml Cedar H. a.
riRST FBEF. WII.I. BAPTIST CJIUHCII Cur-
l itov. wm. lrLLEr. factor.
l..... .MDUlAVinV IllllTIQT PITftltPIIllt.
i vrecn ivhi -..v.-, ......
Preaching Sabbath lo; a. m., and 7JJ v. m.
Prayer Meeting, WedneHilay evening.
Preaching, Friday evening.
1 Sabbath School, 1 v. m. John Van Baxter and
Mary Stephen! Superinttndenta.
i t J, Hiinnra, 1'antor,
J. GKO. STEIN1I0USE,
'or. Nth-mi. nnd C'oiuiiiorcliil-nv.
iWCIean Towels ami
rLadle' and chlldrcn'H hair cut and aham.
soed. either at the alion or nt their own homaa.
' flfiafiAnllemetl'n wlilaVara anil tialr Avti In ft
lentlfic manner. SatlHlactlon Rimrantoed.
II KI.M IIOI.IlV
. CATAWIIA (IHAPF. 1'ILI.S
CATAWIIA OltAI'K PI M.h.
CATAWBA OltAI'K i'll.U,
CATAWBA ORAPK l'H.l...
CATAWIIA fiHAI'K PIM.H.
CATAWBA uitAI'K PIM.h.
CATAWBA OltAI'K 1'ILL.
SARSA PAR ILL A
KI.UIH EXTRACT AltbAI'AUir.l.A.
K I. fill KXTBAIT HAK.HAPAHII.I.A.
KM'll) KXTItACT KIKHAPARILI.A.
KM? Ill KXT RACT f A R.AI'A RI I.I.A.
n.t'H) EXTRACT IARAPAR1I.LA.
FLf II) KXTHACT MAltHAPARII.LA.
Fl.f III KXTRAIT HAIWAI'ARIM.A.
I'l llll'V tiii: 111.0011.
IIKI.MIIOI.IlV I'LflU KXTRAfT SAR-Al'A-
Cure all Krujitiona of the Skin.
IIF.I.UBOMi'h J'I.L'IIi KXTItACT fARAI'A-
Curea llinMOrt fnrni if II!iki. Iiieae..
iiki.mhoi.h'h ki.uiii extract .hausapa-
I'ntir heaiily Into the Citculntion of the
1IKI.MH0I.H'h FLflll KXTItACT .HARHAI'A
Ileailtlflea the Ollllplexlon.
All Powder and outward apiiliratlon deltoy
the akin, render.ng it harah aud i-i.ire. IxKik at
the akin ot old maid arid Ih'n. who lnue ueii
aueli an lenitth f time. I)i-iintir.iie th.m,
IIK1.MII0MIH KI.VIII EXTRACT HARH.M'A
HILt.A. Oni iHjttle i equal In atrength to o.ie gallon of
thef-yriijn or Iieowion n umially male; and
nuine.giaFM added to a pint of uater equal the
re'ehrated I.IXMO.V Ml.'r HIIIMt. Try It thl
Ma). A delightful beverage.
II rci.MIIOI.il M t ATA W HA ORAPK 1'II.LH '
IIKL.MBOI.H's CATAWBA (IRAI'K PILLS
A pleaaant, aafe and agreeable Cathartic.
IIKLMHOLIl'x CATAWIIA OltAI'K PILLS
l'eil in all allti:lion uhetea Purgatite Meilieino
IIKLMBOI.Ii'.h CAT A V BA OUAPK PIM
llarmlea- to a child, and taken by oHIIdren.
IIKI.MBOLIi'.H CATAWIIA OltAI'K 1'ILLH
riii'rede Magnti, rt.lt and .'lery oilier Pur
gative. IIKLMIIOLD'k CATAWIIA ORAPK PIM.h,
Certain in ell.x'l, and pleaiant in operation,
lIKI.MBOMl'.H CATAWIIA ORAl'K PILI.
1h not a patented Pill,
IIKI.MIIOI.n'H CATAWIIA IHtAPK PIM.H
Are composed ul Catawlm tirnpe Julie and Illild
PurehiaotHo lioltlen of IIEI.MBOI.ll'S SAR.-A
PAKI1.I.A and one I .ox ol PII.LS-uorth their
weight in goht.
o belter imetment can be maile lor ao amall
IIKI.MIIOI.IlV V'LL'III KXTItACT BfCHU
11 in acquired n world-wide fame.
AI.L of my preparation" are meritorlona. A
period of tweuty yearn Iihh jiroted tlu to be
See remarks made by Heninmln Traverae, F. It.
C, H, Speaking of ttiuno (lit a"C, and dlreaaea
nrlaing Iroui the cxciin of mercury, he ataten
that no remedy la equal to the Extract of s.ara
partita, iti poerl exIraordltarVi more ao than
uny other drug I am acquainted with. It l, in
in the rtrictettaeno, a tonic, with thin Invaluable
attribute that it In applicable to u stale id the
system so sunken, ami cl ao irritable, n ren
der other sub'tancea nt tho tunio class unavail.
able or iniurioua.
See BEMAItKSol tlm (IHKAT CHEMIST.-) AND
PII.LMEN OF A.MKIIICA t
Wm. II. Warner t Co.,
13 North Third slrett, Philadelphia, Pa,
II. T. Helmhobh
Esteemed F.'lend I congratulate )ou on
having 111" handsomest and a( the same tinitt the
Moit F.tlrctive Pill that I luve ever known for the
purposes Intended. WM. It. WAII.NEIt A CO
II. T. IliilinlKilU will remark, In conclusion, that
his remn'llen are the result of long and careful
study. The Fluid Extracts have been l.efoie the
public twenty yrars, The ealo of them in that
time proves their value. All have been benefit
ted by them who followed 1 ii y inttructluns, ami
to-day they Maud nuequiilled in the extent of
their sale, and unsurpassed bv any medicament
In tho Hiapensatory of the United States, not
excepting u single Herb, Hoot, Plant, or Helen
..?r,.,?ce.,l.!", 1 'uim 1,11 ,,nu ,o '""i 011,1 '
pver tialented u aluglo onej
gist for u lierlod or tweniy ,ea a. u uore ion
elusively to jirsvo this sei fetter Iro i 2 large"!
manufacturing ehemlata m ,e woild t
1 am acquainted with Mr. IIITXm?;,,,
occupied the drug .... oppoauomV re feet
nnd was succesatul In coniiucliog ,(, huilniii
where others had not been equally o before him.
I have been favorably Impressed with hla charic.
terandenterpnie. WILLIAM WIGHT m AN
Firm of Powers A Wlgliiinan, manufacturing
chemists, Ninth and Brown street, Phlladel-
ALL alAHU ON TIIKIU MfKITS.
The Pill I have tlioiiijht ol ottering to Ike o 111 ic
ted for ten years. .
I ney are now perioci, am
time, money and fume on I
The inviting style in which th
th botte, label, wrapper a
i ney are now iierioci, ami i snail iui;o my
ii iiiuir eiieeiireneaa.
the pill itself is made,
-all show wllh what
caie they have been prepared, After examina
tion, no English or French preparation will show
greater care, ami i am really lirouu ot litem,
Instead ( the nmiteous.lookiiig, carelessly
prepared Pills vended generally, and put up In
wooden boxes, and made, generally, or ottered
by thoio hav.ng r.o experience as physicians,
druggists or maoulacturera of medicine, test
the medicine offered by your obedient seivant,
II. T. UKLMUOLD.
Crystal Palace Drug Store, No. Ml Ilroadway,
Palace Pnarmacy. Oiliey House, Broadway, and
Twenty. ninth street, New York.
Temple cf Pharmacy, Contluentalillotul, Phila
delphia! auit No. 104 Mouth Tenth street, Philadelphia.
mi l t? uiti r mriiTAT
I 1 1 III IJUULIillW.
TIIK OK.SKVA HOARD OK ARBITRATION.
AVamiinoion, Jiinu 1 3. Tho president
liai not decided who idiail ho appointed a
arbitrator in tho (loneva board to fettle
tho Alnlmtna claimi. It ii positive thnt
Klnli won't nccopt. Among the names
mentioned l that of Senntor Siuunor. It
N stated on i;ok1 authority that If tho ap
pointment Is tendered him lie will nccopt.
Tho United Stale", thlp Supply, homo
ward bound from Kurope, lias on board ul
the lck of tlie European iquadroti, auiong
them twu ollieeH tiinnc, ono n raving
HOWES MINI K.X( Kl).
0. U. Itotven was sentenced to pay a fine
of ?2.0 and two year' imprisonment in
the Albany penitentiary.
piioiooiuriiY to prkvk.nt fralu.
AVahiiinoto.v, Juno 13. The art of
photography will hereafter ho employed
to aid in tliu detection, of frauds in tho
treasury. In the prosecution of fruuds
through the United State courts, it often
happens, us in cases where there hat
been duplicate or triplicate payments to
army olllcers, that the original receipts on
the pay rolls on Hie in tho treasury de
partment arc all tho evidence required. In
order to avoid the danger of losing these,
the secretary will cause to b prepared
certified photoprapliic copies of these pay
rolls, which may be transmitted to tho dis
trict attorneys wherever needed. Tho de
partment recovered more than $L'4,000
which hud been fraudulently paid to the
army last year. One case is reported
where a regular army officer, by commit
ting perjury thirty-five times, fraudulent
ly obtained in one year thirty-five monthly
payments moro than he was entitled to.
It it positively announced that Ferry
will succeed M. Treilhard as French min
ister to the United Statu.
A VISIT 1I0MK.
Hon. K. II. Wuthburnc, minuter to
France, has received permifsion to make
a short visit home this summer, nnd will
avail himself of ithoulJ atTalrs In Franco
become sufllciently settled to make it pmc
ticnble for him to be absent from his post.
The register of the treasury will pay tho
semi-annual dividend.- on the S.th insf.
UK FAULT Kit!".
II. M. blende, defaulting cashier of the
stenmship Wachusott, has just paid tho
amount of his bot:d at tho treasury de
partment. Tho first controller was informed to-day
that tl.o bondsmen of Foster, of Indian",
have piad the amount for which he was n
tiii: prkmuknt'h vimt.
The president is expected to nrrivo
Friday morning. It is not certain that
any cabinet meeting will bo held, sinco
there is ns yet no necessity for one known
Secretary Fish is soon to start on n tour
across tho continent.
IIMI AND CATACAZV.
. Nkw-York, Juno 13. The Tribuiit
this morning, says. : The statement that
tho llusslan -Minister had written home a
letter disparaging to Secretary Fish is un
founded, and tho alleged letter is a shame'
ful forgery. The relations of Fish and
Catncn7.y, whether official or personal,
Iiiiyo always been cordial nnd intimato,
and no word of dillercnco has over marred
Dm You EvKit? "No, I never," saw a
moro cor.y and complete, barber shop than
that of Anthony Eschbach, one door be
low tho post otllco. Tho room lias been
nowly papered, the Iloor newly covered
and tho whole establishment put in first
class order. Kschbnch Is one of tho most
experienced, skillful and accommodating
barbers in the State, employs courteous
and expert assistants, and keeps just sucli
n shop .as citizens and strangcis will take
a solid satisfaction in patronizing.
Fred. Hla.ikcnbiirg's saluon is newly
nnd elegantly fitted up and supplied with
the finest wines, liquors, beor, cigars, etc.,
that can be found in the city ; and Fred,
his no superior us a dispenser of delightful
buveruge. Do not forget tho place, cor
ner Hlli street nnd Washington avenuo.
Tho house hcretoforo occupied by Pat
rick Fitzgcrald,'tm Ohio Lovee botween
Fourth and Sixth streets. This house, if
not tho best business houso is certainly
ono of tho host stands in Cairo. It fronts
tho principal steamboat landing und is
near tho Illinois Central railroad depot.
Also tho second floor of tho same building
suitably arranged for offices. Apply next
dcor at Robert Smyth & Co's. wholesale
grpecry store tf
Truk. Thoro can bo no doubt that
liiiugh is, par exctlUnct, tho boot und
shoemaker or Cairo. Ho challenges com
petition In his trade, and insures tho pub
lic that ho will guaruiituo to his customors
satisfaction. His shop Is on Eighth street
near tho corner of Ohio Lovoo. tf
Avavnt, iNDiaESTioN.i'ho Charter
Oak Stovo is tho most interesting and im
portant feature In the family economy;
for it fills the houso with warmth tho tu
blo with good cheer, and prevents that
dreary aspect und Indigestible moals that
,trin( sourness of temper, dljconifort and
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, JUNE
Mbah. Tho burber shop of Win. Alba,
on Commercial avenue, near tho corner of
F.lghth strent, (, ihe placo to which nil
lovers of a gooJ, close shavo with razors
sharper than the wit ol twenty Jerrolds,
wind their way. tf
Meat. Tho oranch meat shop of Jutnet
Kynaston, located on Commercial avenue,
next door to tho grocery storo of James
Carroll, U now in full blast, and this pop
ular butcher is supplying nil the. refined
meat patera of that portion' of 'tho Fourth
Vard with splendid meat. If you have
not tried him givo him a call. tf
Jlime. Ilime, at tho old stand, on
Sixth streot, near Ohio lovee, is conduct
ing his barber shop in a first-class style,
It is a model establishment In, ovcry par
ticular, and wbilo in his charge all its cus
tomers will roccivo courteout attontlon,
and the benefit of excellent workmanship.
Hair cutting, shaving, shampooing, etc.
Mauri ao r. Of idk. Interesting work,
numerous engravings, 221 pages. Price
50 cents. Addross Dr. Hutu' Dispensary,
Xo. 12 North Kighth Street, St. Louis,
Mo. See Advortiscmont.
Tiik Fknto.v Corn Mill. This estab
lishment, corner of Commercial avenuo
and Twentieth street, is now in charge of
Mr. M. I). Uuntor, whohaving purchased
and thoroughly refitted It. invites tho at
tention of the public to tho fact that he is
now prepared to furnish dealers and fami
lies with the very best article of corn meal.
Orders left at the mill or sent through the
postoffice will receive prompt attention.
(Jrkat Excitement. The city has
been agitated during tho past week on the
subject of the excellent St. Louis Deer,
Weiss Ueer, Rhine Wine, and splendid
cigars for sale at Charley Schoncmcycr's
saloon. His Weiss Beer is becoming a
popular drink his Rhino Wine is the
best in the city, his St. Louis Beer
always ico cool. Tho Egyptian Saloon is
located at tho corner of Tenth street and
"Washincton avenuo. where all lovers of
Cood things to drink should call.
St. Nicholas. Day boarders can se
cure good accommodations atthoSt. Nich
olas (formerly the St. James) at $4 per
week. The house is at the comer of Ohio
levee und Eighth street, a central location,
and is proprietorcd by Hariy Walker,
who is alive to tho wants of bis patrons.
Vnrtles desiring boarding and lodging can
learn terms on imptlrv at the office.
.'RAlTICAli WATCH M A K Kit.
NO. 150 WASHINGTON AVKNI'E,
t'Al RO, ILLINOIS,
Ha on hand
A FINK STOCK OF WATCHES,
CLOCKS, JEWELRY, ETC.
Particular attention given to
REPAIRING FINE WATCHES.
The largeat stock of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES
in tiii; cm.
B. S. HAHItELL,
DEALER IN FURNITURE
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
185 & 187 Commercial Avenue
IIOCSE MOVER AND BUILDER
Is prepared to do all kind of
HOUSE MOVING, HOUSE RAISING
REi'AUlI.NO OF KVJCRY DESCRIPTION
OS THR mT BVsns(Lr TLBMS.
OHDKIIS lett nt the residence ol Mr. Kennedy.
0U Center Htreet. unit ilnnr In llm nw ...liniti
house, ir addressed to the c.ir of l. (. Box till
or the Bulletin office, will receive prompt alien
(ion. IXMIUIUM' TICUKTN.
Liverpool, Ncw.YoriT and Philadelphia
fsniB co.svattT with isivto aTAirs asp iiiiiimi
For Carrying the Mall.
FOR PASSaTTe TICKETS
on rcktnra information
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aut.,
IM Broadway, Now York, or to
II . II o it i I ,
JIU Waahlnglon Avenue, Cairo, Illiuol.
FOR SALE, For hale FOR SALE,
1 FcrHale I
FOR SALE. J KfrhlielFOR SALE.
Faro from Liverpool,
Fare from Londondkrhy,
Faro from (Jlahoow,
Faro from QukCnistown
TO CAIRO, ; ; t ; i i i ! $4 8,2 0
Hafibrd, Morris i. Comlte. Ageitts.
BATCHF.IOB'N HAIB DYE.
This superb Hair Dye u the war mtnr.WoatD
Perlectly Harmless, Reliable and Inathanleons.
No disappointment. No Hldlcnloiia Tints or Un
pleasant Odor. The genuine W. A. Bachelor's
Hair I) jo produces IMMEDIATELY a splendid
Black or natural Brown. Does not Hiain the
Hkin, but leaves the Hair Clean, Soft and Beauti
ful. The only Hafii tnd Perfect Dye.
Bold by all druggist. Factory 10 Bond Htreet,
New York. lanylldeodawly
ITS CURE AND ITS PREVENTIVE
BY Ml. .1. H. SCHEN'CK, M. I).
Many ahnman lwtng has nwaaed away for whoa
death there was no mher reaaon than the neclad
Tnoae near and dear to family and friends are
sleeping the dreamless slumber Into which, had
tliej calmly adopted
DR. J08EPII II. HrltEKlJK'HHI.TfPf.K
and availed themaelres of his wonderfutlraflc-
clous medicine, they would not havo fallen.
Dr. Hchenck has In hla own casa proved that
wherever sufficient vitality remalna, that VIUU
lly. by till medicines and his directions for their
use. Is quickened Into healthful vigor.
In tlila atatement there la nothing preiump
tuoua. To tho faith of Ihe Invalid la made no
representation that It not a thousand times sub
stantiated by living and visible works. Tho
theory of tho euro by Dr. Hcbenck'a medicine
Is as simple as II Is unfailing. It philosophy re
quires no argument. 11 Is icil-ajiimng, aulf .con
vincing. The :-ea.wee.l Tonic and Mand ruke Pills are the)
f.rt two weapnns with whtch the citadel of the
inaladr la availed. Two thirds of tbo cases of
consumption originate In drapvpstaand a fone
tlunally dlsnrdcreil liver. With till a condition
the bronchial tubes sympathise" with the
stomach. Tliev respond to the morblrjo action
or the liver. Here then comes the culmluatlng
result, nnd tho sotting In, with all Its distress
ing symptoms of
Tho Mandrake Pllla are composed of nneof Na
ture's noblest gltta-the l'udoplilllum I'elutum.
Tliey poaaeaa ull the bhHKj-aearchlng, alterative
properties of calomel, but, unlike calomel, they
" LEAVE NO HTINC BEHIND."
The work of cure It now beginning. The vitia
ted and raucoua depoalta In tho bowela and In the
alimentary canal are ejected. The liver, like
a clock, la wound up. It arouses from Its torpid
ity, the stomach acts retpontlvely, and the
patient beglna to feel that he Is getting, at last,
A SUPPLY OF WOOD DLOOD.
The Pea-weed Tnnle. In eontitnetlnn vllh h
Pills, riermeates and assimilates with the food.
Chyllflcallon Is now procreating without Ita pre
vious tortures. Digestion become a palnleas.and
the euro la seen to be at band. Them Is no miwa
flatulence, no exacerbation of tho stomach. An
appetite acta In.
Nowooniet the greatest Blood Purlflerevcryet
Siren by an Indulgent father to suffering roan,
chenck a Pulmonic Uyrup comes In to perform
lu functions and to hasten and complete the
cure. It enters at oncn urnm lta wnrk. n1mpm
cm not be cheated. It collect and ripens the
Impaired and diseased portions of the lungs.
Initio form or gatberlngs.lt prepare them for
expectoration, and lol In a very abort time the
malady It vanquished, the rotten throne that It
occapied It renovated and ruado new, and the
paiiem, ia an me aignuy or regained vifor,srep
forth tuenjjy the manhood or wumanhuod that
GIVES UP AS LOST.
The second thing Is. the patients most star In a
warm room i mil (boy get well i It it almost lin
poeslble to prevent taklinr cold when tbo lungt
are dleeatcd, but It mutt be prevented or a cure
Srenli air and rldlnc nuL
inedallr In tlila tectlan or the counter, fn Ui
fall and winter aeaaon. are all wrong. Pbytl-
ctana who recommend thatcourae Ion their pa
tients. If their lungt are badly dlaeatedl and yet,
becaute they are In the house they muat not
tit down quiet i they muat walk about the room
aa mucb and at f aat aa the ttrength will bear, to
KV" iiriuiamin ul uioou.
to In irood spirits be deter
well. This bat a great deal to do with the oppe-
tlte, and Is the great point to gain.
To deapalr of cure utter such evidence of Its
posalblllty In tbo worat caaea, and moral cer
uiinir in an outers, is ainrui. nr. Mcheuck'a per
sonal statement to tho Faculty of bit own cure
waa In theae moileat wordal
" Many years ago 1 was In tho last ttaget ot
consumption: conUncd Ui my bed, and at ..no
time my phvaiclant tbought that 1 could not live
a week: iheu.liko a drowning roan catching at
atruwa, I heard of und obtained the preparutlona
which I now offer to the public, and they made
a perfect cure of me. It seemed to me that 1
could feel thorn iwnctrato my whole aystem.
Tliey aoon ripened tho matter In my lungs, and
I would spit up moro than a pint or oitenalro
yellow matter everv morning for a long time.
"At toon a that began to tubalde, my cough,
fever, paint, and night aweala all begun to leave
me. and rarappetlto became to great that It waa
witbdlfflculty that 1 could keep Irom eating too
much. I aoon gained my alrvugth, and havo
grown In flesh ever since.
I wat weighed shortly after my recovery."
uoaea me uoctor, men looting like u mere
ateieioni my weigm was only ninety .seven
puunuai IUJ nrcaent wencm ia iwiinundrra an
twunty-tlve (Ili pounds, and fur years 1 have en
loved uninterrupted health."
Dr. Bchenck haa discontinued bla professional
visits to New. York and Boston. He or his son,
Dr. J. Ii. ISchenck, Jr., still continue M tea pa
tients at their office. No. Ii North With Htreet,
Philadelphia, overy Haturdty from 9 a.m. to a r..M.
Those who wish a thorough examination wllh
the Keaplrometer will be charged si. Tho Kit.
plrometer declares the exact condition of ihe
lunga, and pattenta can readily learn whether
they are curable or not.
The dtrectlone for taking tho medlcinet are
adapted to the Intelligence even ot a child. Fol
low these dlrectlona, and kind Nature will do the
rest, excepting that In tome caaea the Mandrake
Pllla are to be taken In Increased doteti the
three medicine need no other accompaniment!
than the ample Instructions that accompany
them: First create appetite. Of returning
health, hunger It the moat welcome tymptom.
When It comet, a It will come, let the despair
Ing at onco boot good cheer. Uood blood at once
follows, ihe cough lootens, the night twett it
uhuted. In a short time both of these morbid
symptoms ure gone forever.
Dr. tichenck'a medicines are constantly kept In
tens ot thousand! of famlllea. At a laxative or
purk'atlve.the Mandrake PlMiarenitandard pre
paration i while the I'ulmonlo Brrup, a a cure
of cough and coldt, may be regarded aa a pro.
pnylacterlo against consumption In aay of Its
PHm Hi fhA Ptitmnnl., an,. 0
drake pin., ii cent a box. For tale by all
aula and dealura.
s and dealer.
S A 31 W I I. S 0 N
n i'. 1 1. 1. it is
II It O C K K I K S ,
Cm no, III
IIRIIIR IWIIiniT lllllll.
(. D. WIJililAMSON,
COMMISSION M ERCHANT,
Xo. 70 Ohio I.eveo,
UAiiin, I I, i, l n o i s
and filling orders.
1'OAI. AND WOOD.
"'fVm'.'w a hd"
WOOD AND COAL
Il M. WARD Is prepared to dellvor tho best
! . Fira Wood and alone Coal
IN ANY PART OF TIIK CITY,
And in any quantity desired, on short nm iv.
COAL DELIVERED at S..50 vkh ton.
OFFICK Uver lleerwart. Orlh A Co 'a .tnva.
to doors above the corner of F.lghth stiret ami
IViMm.ml.l m n .l-ml.t
A victim of eftrlv lntlUorsjtion.ra.nmnv nuiviiiia
tlrable means of aelf cure, which he will aand for 1
.am w-iiacii rvitivuy, iuia uiavuvwreu a
uis leiion-suntren. aaaresa, j. n, i uxii.k,
iwviii io nasttu ii,, tw ioik.
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON AVE.
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
DEALERS IX FLOUR; .
And Agents of
Ohlay River ttad UtuiatwIiM
70 Ohio Lf.vek,
tf CA1K0, ILLINOIS.
A new and novel tytom ol Life Itittirtnco lot
eentlv Introduced bv Ihe
MISSOURI MUTUAL LIFE
OF BT. I.OI IN.
lv thia avatam. 1.11a ln.iirn..i. -.
as little cost at by Ihe usual plana, and the rol.
Icy hoi Icr receives an annual Inlcreat ot atven
pr cenL upon all the money paid by him to the
Company; hia annual premiums thus earning
him as much aa a government boud.
in uiu u ueen uiorougniy criticiaej aoil
fully indorsed by the most eminent actuaries
and skillful mathematicians In th land I indeed
i. n mMt jn neen me subject or uniavoraMe
iiiii.tuu in nuj rewpeciaoie qutrtsr.
Ofllce of the Company,
NORTHWEST CORNER FOURTH AND OLIVE,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
ARTHUR B. BARRETT, Prciident,
Renj. Williams, Stcrttary.
Raakt high In the list ol sound, thrifty Weslerr
It haa ainnle cunltal ailS.OUO.
It haiassett more than enough to cover illits
liabilllie in addltlo j to the capital,
It has one hundred thousand dollars deposlleu
with thxHtalnef Missouri aa a perpetual mm.
nnteo to ita policy holders.
It hatcomplied fully with the new lawsol the
Slate, which are quite as exacting and more rtgld
ly enforced than those of Eastern mates.
It invests It funds In the West, among the
people from whom they are receive,).
Its management Is vigorous, akillful and twu
Its annual Income fiom Ihe interest alone la
alrtady more Hum aulhclent to pay it lossei,
It lasiiet policies upon (he urdinar) life and em
dowment plans, ut the same rate as other drat
The pulley holder rrrelru all the prortU in an
The stock holders can leceive only ten per
cent, of Intrrrsfou their capnal, by ihe terms W
The annual dividend to policy holder tie nt
ready greater than many eld Kasteni Companies
have ever been able to pay.
The State of Illinois paid Usl year about lol. r
million dollars lor l.lfe Insurance,
Why send so much money out ol tie Ulaie
away to New York an I New England for an at Hole
that may be produced just aa cheap y (oruior t.
WOOD at LOW,
aprtddawll Atjeula at Cairo, i
ICR CREAM MAL.00.1f.
ICE CREAM SALOON,
Belweea'Kevtnloeatla aatt Rlcltteoatk
THE HA LOON bat been handtomely titled up
and will always supply the b.-tt
To" 'n,,n s?whte in the city.
, ws uuuni. .luiiui.
Mthe patrousge of tl.t public it letpfctfull
CARL h. THOMAS,
! prepared to do nil kinds of plain and orna
KALSOMINING, PAPER HANGING
StON writi.no, ktc,
At figurtt which defy all competlon, and In Ihe
highest style if the painter's art.
SHOP IN THE PERRY HOUSE,
CORNER OF COMMERCIAL AVKNUK AND
C. WINSTON & CO..
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
tj (second floor) ohio levee,
Buy and Sell Real Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLES
And prepare Conveyances of Kinds,
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOIIX UATEM, Proprietor.
1CW Commercial Ave n-ie , CAIRO, ILLI.VOIH.
BILLIARD saloon furnished with the tit of
tablet ; and bar supplied with wines, liquors
and cigars of the finest brands.
Corner of Washington Avenue and Fourteoo.Hi
V. B.AX KESBEBU. Proprietor.
ERED BLANKENHllRQ'S saloon Is newly fit.
ted up, and la the most elegant style. It ia
tupplied with the finest wines, liquors, keer, ol.
gars, etc., that can be found in the city. Co not
target tho place, corner of Washington avenue
and Fourteenth, ttreet.
Cor, Fourteenth Nt. anil Coin
FITZGERALD'S Fample Rooms are stocked
with pure imported wines, liquors and cigar,
aud are dispensed from the bar In flrstlasa
ttyle. Theie Is no belter ettabliahment In South
ern Illinois, and none better stocked. Call and
test the various brands ot wines aud liquors.
JOHN HYLAND'S SALOON,
Corner Tenth Street anil Commercial
QUPERIOR liquors, beer, ale, etc., tnd fragrant
O Havauaa alway on hand. Those desiring de
lightful beverages should not fail to call and enjoy
them. Ali their want will be attend to in a man
ner that will warrant a return. All hia liquort,
wlnet and cigtrt have been selected with great
care and critical taste.
THE CAIRO BULLETIN;
I8.,!'" el'eapeal paper published In the state or
lllinola, nnd should bo read in every family In
isyi". onereu ni wie very la price or
ONE DOLLAR PER ANNNUM.
Tha Bulletin will advocate the nrinelnle nf thn
democratic party, and lator tealoutly to infuse
idio vue organixauonine eainusiasmwmcn in tna
"olden time" so often gave the government Into
All the latest newt of the day i
A carelully prepared agricultural column ;
The news of Southern Illinois ;
Tho freshest market reports ;
And everything Interesting,
Will be found In the Cairo Weekly ntilletln. Ev
ery person interested in the welfare of Southern
Illinois ahoutd labor to extend the cliculation ot
I liAUltJf, TAJVJi SiUTlVSl
MRS. C. McGEE,
KIOUTH MTRKET, BKTWKIK WAAHIKOTOK
AND COMMERCIAL AYXXUXS,
Hat Jutt received a full and splendid line of
SILK G A LOON,
SILK AND VELVET BUTTONS,
PLUSH AND TRIMMING VELVET,
HATS AND BONNETS,
FINE KID GLOVES;
.LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES,
And a full and complete stack of
Millinery and Fancy Goods,
All of winch tho proposes to sell at
THE VERT LOWEHT CASU FMCU.
MRS. M. SWANDER,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS,
awstaaerelal Ahih, XMlt EllitMt
Cairo, Illisois. -
CLOTHING 01. LADIK8' JitK
Mad U order, or Htady.asle,
A full aMOlttml.t,ot''llU ml JMU