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DAILY CAIRO. BULLETIN,
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 26,' 1830.
NEW SERIES NO. 314.
Diiir.i iiiKY. I Dinnnins I
- - . U.Vill.tl.1.
cf the, Icadiuj linsinus. hotm- wtio.u adverting
iiionl. max be touud In Tub Dixlkti.v
C.O. Putter A Co., Cuinuiurciul avenue ami Nltie
. I). Vlllimon ib Co.
Yocum ft llr.Mlcrlck. Wm.li. Avo., tor. Eighth.
T, J. O'Loujjuliu, l'oplur, cor. Twentieth.
Dr J. II. Murvau; oftlcc, llo CoTiUiierclul aviuno,
IJr. W, ('. Joci'lyn. Eighth near Commercial.
Lr. K W. Wbi'tlock, l-'j Commercial avenue.
I!u!it. Smyth, No.lMOlilo levee-
c' II. It. Cauili-e. No. TOOblo leveo (up rtklrs).
Equitable Life, of New Yoric, corner TwelltU ana
vVsnliluir.ou av. uuu.
DKVWISTS-WHOLESAt.E AND RETAIL.
Oeo. I' O'llarn, E' iu-eutli anl Commercial.
AVxaiir County r,n!t. stvl Commercial.
City National, Otilo Uv.-e.
CSanjloi. Thru State.
John Sprual. comer Twelfth and Levi-.
K 0. Ford. Corner Ninth ami Commercial.
Ci ENEKAL DELIVEltl op-n a.ta.; clo'oi
I is m.; SuuiWv: r to it a. in.
Munry Order Dr;rtmem opeu at 8 a. m.; clones
Tlirou"u Er;'r.s lis!! via IillnoU Central '1W
l ili-i'pl Central Ilallrnad di e at !i p. in.
Cairo tnd IV'.'Ur Blu:! TliruUKli and Way Mall
c1. e at 1 p. iu. . . , ...
YV.-.v Mail via Winoln Central. Cairo and Mil
CMiJn and Mif.n'i Central lwllruad.' cloie at
t Ii. I!l
Way V.ilf.;r Narrow Osup; lUiiroii clofei at
c r' o'hLd EvBvHle liiver Rome clos at 8:30
p. ru.'diliv eice;t Krtdi.v).
Mayor N. R- Thiftlewood.
Tr;urvr Edward Dezwuia
( li-rk-Drnu J, Fu'ii'v.
i'.j iueior- Wm. II. tih'.n-rt.
HoiKU or ai utiixe
Second Ward -David T. L!ne;ar, C. U. wooU-
TUlrd Wrd-V. I'. Wrlibt. EH-rt Smith.
Fourth WaM-Chr!- 0. l'titu-r. Ja:n.- ivtianton
Filth Ward-T. W. Ualllday. truet II. l'etlit.
Cirtalt Jue-D. J- Baker.
Circuit Cli-lk -0 A. Rev-.
Cotintv . Indite K. t. Yocuni.
County Clerk S. ..' llumni.
County Attorr.y W. 0. M-i!k-y.
t'HUU'.v Treanrr-r Mile V.'. I'ark-T.
Mn-rilf John HadLi.
Curomr-ii . F:tjsera.c.
County Cocimifonem-l. . ilallt.a), J A
i!.. tolibt, Samael Uriiey
AFRICAN M. E.-FourU-enth "treet. ;'ten
Walnut and Cedar street": erviie Sahhatn 11
a. ni. and;:' p. tn.; Sunday School 1:) p. m.
IIRISTIAN-Elhteenth Hn-et; meeting Sub-
I . .. ... ..... ... ........ -I,., , J-,.i,lUH HV.
iiaiu io. w jj. iu., t-n v.
CIIURCU Or THE KKUNCJir.n-iiiouo
j Fourteenth f.r.'et; Sunday Moruing pray. TH
Jo. W a. m.; evening prayer. , ; :w y. .-"H.m
chool ::. m. Fi iiy evening j'fayer , p. m.
MUST MISSIONARY BAPTIST Cllllitu.-L-'
I'reachlnu at M: )o a. m., 1 p. m.. and 7 : ). ni-
ha'i'iath fchool at .: p- m. iev. . . u.....-,
JUTIIKRAN-Tlilrteeuth it reef, ferviec Sah
a harh 1 a. ui ; Sunday choolip ni. Rev.
ETIIODIST Cor. Eluhth and Walnut ctreet;
i .hi,,.. i,i,th l.i'.ti a. in. and 7 u. in.;
l.rnver uieetln.'. eu:ieuay . i. "., uU..,
School, U a. tu. K. t. Whitiakcr. i.a.-tor.
IJRESBY'TERIAN -ElL'hth treet; poaching on
Sahbalh at U:(l a. m. and 7:lp. m.; prayer
raet'tln Wedui dav at 7::) p.m.; Sunday School
at 3 p. iu. Rev. U. Y. Uoor je, pastor.
OECOND FREE WILL 11AITIST - Flfteet.t!i
O treet. between Wainut anu Cedar trcet; er
Tice Sabbath ut 3 and 7:-W p. iu.
CT. JOEl'irS-(Roman Cathollrl Corner Cm
O and Walnut tret: aervtre Sabbath 10:3oa.
m.; Sunday S hofl nt '.' p. tu.; Veppers J p. m.; er
:ce every day at S p. in.
ST. PATRICK'S (Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
treet and Wasbinutou avenue; lenice Sab
'jaih i and Jo a. m. : Veew 3 p. m. ; Snulny School
'.' p. m. ; ervlce every day at 8 p. in. Rev. r. atiel,
JJ11S.C5. II. LEACH & E. I). WIIEELEU
Iloratppatliic Pliyskians anil Sunji'ims,
Will perform all operation' and treat d!cne of
any nature in turnery. Ol'.lce: No. in, Eighth
ireel, Cairo, llle.
II. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homponathic I'liysifian and Surgeon.
O.Uca 140 Oo amerclal avenue. Renldenw corner
Fourteenth St. aud W'aiihiniilou avenue. Cairo.
jIt. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Offiri No. lfi Commercial Avenue, between
Kigali) and Ninth Street
nil. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE EluIitW Street, near Commercial Avenue.
yOCUM it MIODEliICK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
CAIRO, . -
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. K.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
TIip Only Line Rnuiiin? Two Daily
Trains Fi-inn Cairo, Makin? DI
RECT COXXKCTION with
Tkaixh I.eavk Cairo:
.'5:On m. Mail.
Arrhiusln St. I.otil !:!.'. a.m. : Chicago. i:W p.m.;
C'ontiectlas at U'linand Krtluhara for Cluciu
fiati, LoaWvliie, Itidiatiapolii and point Eur"..
11:15 a.m. Ut. I-auls uml WHtern
Con:.ectiii' at St. Loui for al! points West.
-litiO p.m. Krist KxprpiR.
For ft. Loul an J Chic 11:0, nrrlvlui; at St. Louie
In: 1") p. ni.. and Chicago 7:J) a ni.
4:'i0 j. in. Cincfrmuti I-IxjiroKS.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:1") a.m.; Lonwvillo 7:2'l
am.; Iriiliauapoii" 4:ii a.m. Paeiiaer bv
tint train reach the above jiolnt 1 !J to '.Hi
l.OL'RS iu advance-o( any other route.
VciHt Time Ea.t.
1'lOllOfil'w ,V ''ut pothrouth to Ka-t.
il.t-llt. 1 .1 ,o:nt without any delay
caused by Sundny in tone nine. The Saturday afief
noon train from C:tiro a-rive in new York Momtav
niorui'i'.' at ':V. Thiny-i-ix hours iu advance of
any other route.
fi?"Fi.rtiiroii2h t:cki't at.il further Inf-irmritloti,
apply ut nilnoie t'entrul Railroad lb-pot, Cairo.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT CAIRO
Aecoiiisio'latioi,. . .
J As. .JOHNSON,
1 p ni.
1 "i in.
i '.i) r;.:a.
I. II. JONES.
-:: .Wet.!. Ticket Au'ent.
W. p. JOHNSON. Oeii. Pafener A-ent.
CAIRO it ST. LOUIS R. R.
. . - 1 -m
I. W. SMITIIKHrf. Hm'iver.
5II0UTEST SHORT LINE IJETWTEX
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
lhronirh Eiiirenn leave Cairo
ThroUL-h Exprep arrive at ii. St. Lov.ii
Throush Expr- leave E. St. Loui"..,
Mur)hyhi(r.jacc,.inmodtti.)iil-'av Cairo 1 p.u:
M T.hi'wlu.r., Xrr up.lv..a..t Mi'.'ihvdVtuPti ?-V. , m
Murphyc'ioro Ace. leave M':rph)boro. .. 5:i"a.m.
Murphvfboro Aci. arrive ai Cairo 1! ;i'ii.m.
TheCclroA Si J-.itV.M Road i the only all
Ha:l Route tn-tween Cairo and M. Loul nuiler one
management, therefore there are no delay, at
way .tat'.oii' a::;i.? connectlot: frcm other line.
l"(if tu! ure (-nniiection at St. Louis with other
lines fur North. Ea--! and Wed
J . A NAUCI.E.
L. M. JOHNSON.
Oiti ral Manaitr.
QIHO MISSISSIPPI R'y.
TIME T.M1I.K OK I'ASr-KNliKU TRAINS FRdM
vixcexnks (.No.. :i0, 1T'.i.)
No. -J Day Expn 1 Ercp; Min lay).
' fi Eprei i Except Miiii'.ujJ
" 4 Ni.'ht E.ipreM (Da'.lv)
. I '0 p. in.
. I:;:, p.M.
No. r Expre 1 Except Mmday) ti;- a. n.
' I Day Exjiri- itxcept M;in!:iy.i p. tu.
" 3 Nlut Expre (Dally). .'. I:-J5a. m.
J. R. Ci.mik. C. S. Con::. .In..
Assent Vlnci-Lnc . Oen. Ticket Aj't Cincinnati
Q I). WILLIAMSON CO
TG Ohio Levee.
P.oat Stores and Groceries,
of uli kind.
OPF.N X1GIIT AXD DAY.
Fr-sh Dairy and Gilt Ede P.utter. Oyter ar.d all
Kind of fruit vheu In ea,in, on hand and deliv
ered promptlvat retdet;ce( free. Ovtir delivered
CAIRO CPA FERRY CO.
On andafter Monday, ,'tine 7th. and until Itirther
nolicu the ferryboat will make trip a follows:
LKAVKft LEAVK t.CAVI
Foot Fourth st. Missouri Latid'u. Kentucky Ld'R.
7MH it. m.
9:in) a. ui,
ll:i a. m.
4:it p. m.
4::)0 p. in.
7:10 a. ra.
i::;o a. in.
!1::M a. m.
h a, m,
in a. 111.
8 p. m.
B;:!n p, tn.
S p. ra
Wp aro t!i lurirest pximrtcM In tlif I'liltoil
StatM. and we w ill pay the iiltfllt'st imirkl't prli'e
in fiii.li for any quantity,
B. A. Holtlen & Co.
Vlau Street CINCINNATI.
i : :
QICK HEADACHE !
We Mean Cured, Not Merely Relieved
An 1 Can Prove What we Claim.
SSfThuru are uo failure and no disappoint
ment. If you are troubled with SICK HEAD
ACHE yon cau be eauily and quickly cured, a
hundred nave beeu already. We ahull be pleaoed
to mail a sheet of leltiuoulul to any Interested.
Carter's Little Liver Pills
Alo cure all form of Bllioune. prevent Consti
pation and Dyi-pepsia. promote Digestion, relievu
UKtrct from too hearty eatinc. correct DIord.-rii
of the Stomach. Stimulate the Liver, and Regulate
the liowei. They do all thi by taklnir Jiutor.e
little pill at a dose. They are purely veiietable, do
n it i;ripe or pure. and are a nearly perfect a
it 1 polble for a pill to be l'rle e -i'j cert, 5 for
$1. Sold bv dniitirist" even w here or sent by mail.
CARTER MEDICINE CO.. ERIK, PA.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Tlic Daily Bulletin.
Ily Carrier, 5c Rtr Week
COLLECTED WEEKLY, or
810 Per Year, SIC)
If jvri'l Yi-ar'y i-r Scmi-Ytarly
The Weeklv Bulletin.
A 48 Column S Pasce Paper
ISSUED EVERY MONDAY.
To CLVDS of FIVE or MORE,
1.0 per Year.
The 1ulletin Hinder y
BLANK HOOK WORK
Of all Kinds.
STEAM JOH OFFICE
All Kinds of Job Work
Estimates furnished nnl orders from
abroad promptly attended to.
Two-Sheet, Full Sheet, Half Sheet,
and Quarter Sheet Toster and
Programmes, in Black or Colors.
Letter Heads, Bill Heads, Note
Heads, Statements, Bills Ladinif, Show
Cards, Business Cards, Ball
and Wedding: Invitations, Book Work,
Etc.. Etc.. Etc.. Etc.
gT. LOUIS, CAIRO AND rADUCAH.
The ElccantSldewliucl Paoni!er Steamer
a CHAMPION am
A.J. BIRD Clerk.
Lettvo Cairo every Monday and Thttrdaf for
Cape oirardeau, Ht. I.otila, and way laudluu. Kor
freluhl or paano apply to BO.1.. A. SILVER,
Com)ound Svrup oi
HYP0PH0SPH1TE8 ! !
IS A CERTAIN REMEDY KOR
CONGESTION OFTJIE LUNGS, Etc.
COMPOUND SYRUP OF
SPEEDILY AND PERMANENTLY CCRES
Com-'i-htlon or th I,tus9, Itroiu-hltlM. Consttmii
tinn, Nervous Prostration. Sliortncsi of Breath,
l'Rltiitntlon of tli! Heart, Tremtjllnis of the
Hands nnd LIrulis, Pbyslcul and Mental Deprea
Rlon. Loss of Appetite. Los of Energy. Lo9g of
Memory. It will rupl.llv improve the weakness
lunctlons andorpins of the body, w lilch depend
for health upon voluntary eeml-voltintury and
Involuntary nervous aetlon.
It act with vigor, gentium- and foibtlety, owlni?
to the exquiite harmony of its Ingredient, akiu
to pure blood Itself. Iu tate pleujaut, aud It ef
ST. Joiiv. N II.
.Mr Jauit-f I. Fellows, Chemist, St. John, N. U
Dear Sir: Havlnj; used yo-ir Compound Srrim
of IIyp:iphOHpliites l'orom time iu my jiractlce, I
haveno hesitation in recommendini; it'to my pa
tients who are endurim; from ijeueral debility, or
any disease of the lun. knowing that, even iu
cases utterly hopeless. It afford relief.
1 am, sir, yours truly, II, 0. ADDY, M. D.
SOLD BY ALL DRl'OOISTS.
SYMPTOMS OF A
the n-?Tv!?th a -iu.i seiisatK.u in Om- buck ini-t.
pldl. 1111 l'T 111.- -'1 .lj.l-T-'ll !
I .lHSHHMIIH ) Ml
!!.'. nil n ill-lie rl'iiitmu Ii
t K'TtHM ui ImhIv
I?iiiit:. irvitirH I'v n .'mui:r
If tlifnOwarnliiJH nreniilieedid. m-rlous diseases
will loon be (lev loped.
Tl'TT'S PILLS are epjrla!ly alapted to ench
cases. ou diu edeet 'acu a chango of feel tin; at
tu-i'louiah ta uTerer
A Noted Divine Say
Dr Tutt : Dear Sir; For ten year I have b.-en a
martyr to dyaepia, cons-.iijiition and piles.
I.nst spring your pill were reiominended; 1 used
tliriii. I hpi now a well man, nave a i.-ood appe-titi-.
digestii-u perfei-t, regular itools. piles gone,
and have -.'allied foiiy pnHuds of llesa. They are
worth their weight in (.-old.
REV. R. L SIMPSON, Louisville. Ky.
They lncre isc the apf-tlte, an I cnuso the body
toim'e 0:1 .-'...sli. tli'i the svst jin is nourished, and
by their tonic action on the digestive organs, regu
lar stools are produced. Price i'j c Jilts. $j Mur
ray Street. N, Y.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE
(irav hulr or whisker chauired to a glossy black
by a sing!e application of this dye, It Imparts a
tot'iiral C"lor, acts Instantaneously. Sold by dntc
gistj, or sent by express 011 receipt of 1.
Office, ;15 Murray Street, New York.
If you are a man of business, weakened bv the
tirain of your ilutlct, uvold stimulant aud tiike
If yon are a man of letter, toiling over your mid
tduht work, to r-store brain ami nerve waste, take
If you are young, and rntTerlng from any Indlicrc
tiou or dissipation, tuku
If you arc married or single, old or young. iulTer
lug fr in poor health or langulshluir, 011
a bed of sicklies, take.
W hoever yon aro, wherever you uru, whenever you
feel .lint your system needs clcaiislng.toiiliig
or stlunilatiug, without Intoxicating, take
Have you dyspepsia, kidney or urinary complaint.
1 letie ni" 1 lie stomach, bowels, blood, liver, or
nerves Von will bee red HyoiitnUe
iryou arc simply ailing, are weak and low spirited,
try ll ! Buy It keep it. Insist upon 11 .
Your drueglst keeps it.
It miiv nave your llle
It. litis saved Hundreds,
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealex- In lco.
ICE BY THE CAU LOAD OR TO NOVELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialty.
o r F IOKl
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
ineinorv. u 1 111 a 1:111111.' 1.1 triv.iiL' ih-l'h" led nie
MiiiMini.ii.i: i 1 1 1 niMinanniiii jii 1
tb:ly.w-ari!."'i. di..ih -. ih.H.-tiii.' l tbehi-nrt.
f mu mt nr re run, mar viTCiiMaaun
ij,il 'I.-! t- tie- ('.. vilmv t. k i n . ii. ;hi.i. ii.-. re-i-
mmihi 1 iii aa mm
NEW YORK ORAIN.
New York, June 2j, Vim v. m.
Wheat irregular No. 2 Chica.qr), f l OS
Q 0!); No. 2 Alilwaukcc, ifl 101 12;
Hud Winter, 1 1301 22; No. 2 Red
Winter,' $1 2t.'.,'31 21 J2'. Cora quiet
No. 2,51 )i.
Liverpool, , June 23, 2:00 p. r.
Wlteat Small business at lower prices
Winter, '9s Gd0 10J; Spring, 83 OJ
9i 4J; California avernrge, 6s frls 6J;
California Club, 9s CdlGlOi .Corn 3s.
Chicago, June 23, 10 :00 m.
Wheat-July, 00.; August, 83';
Sept. 82 .
Pork July, H 02 Augusts 13 02j.
Com July, 35,'-8'; Angust, 35,
Oats -July, 25i23.?Ss August, 33?;
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
THE MASTIX BANK.
Kansas Cut, June 24. On last Tuesd.-iy
moruing the case of Elijah Gates, state
treasurer, against Kersey Coates' ussigncu
of the Mastin bank, came up at Warrens
burg, before the Johnson county circuit
court. Judge Given presided on the bench.
Treasurer Gates got judgment for $247,000
and interest thereon from date of the
Oauk's failure. The main point at issue
was the allowance of the claim of $187,-'
500 that Assignee Coates rejected. Judge
Given decided that Coates had 110 right to
disallow the claim. The entire indebted
ness of the Mastin bank to the state of
Missouri has now been reduced to judg
ments. Ex-Gov. Hall, Gage & Ladd, Gen.
Stringfellow and Hon. Mr. Farr were
counsel for Gates. F. M. Black & Pratt,
Brumback k Ferry were Coate's attorneys.
Concerning this case one authority says:
"This releases Durnes' bank of St. Joseph,
but as the Mastin bank is unable to pay a
dividend of over 0 per cent, on its liabili
ties the state would never realize more
than $11,230 on the claim'
ACCIDENT TO THE H0OSAC TCNNEL.
Adams, Mass., June 2:. The central
shaft of tl.t ILwsmc tunnc-l :.-tved la Ir.it
night. It h estimated, two days will bo re
quired to clear the wreck.
Noit'ni Adams, Mass., June 24. Facts
regarding reports of the caving in ot the
central shaft of the Hoosac tunnel are as
follows: This morning about one o'clock
the timbers of the upper flooring t the
central shaft which is used to keep stones
from tailing gave way, precipitating a
large quantity of timber and such frag
ments of ruck as had collected on it for the
past live years. Luckily the workmeu
were not near at the time and no traius
passing. Trains were delayed about four
hours until the rubbish was removed.
There was naturally great excitement over
the reports, and all sort of exaggerated
stones circulated. There is no damage, as
tlic removing of the flooring was about to
AN AUDACIOUS SCOUNDIIEL.
Ui-.catik, 111., June 21. This morning
nbnut 2 o'clock a robber entered the resi
dence of W. M. Pierce, boss of the gravel
train of the WabaAi road in this city, aud
on Mr. Pierce aw!j;cning the intruder
pointed a cocked pisto. !lt him and told
htm if he kept still he sluld not be hurt.
The robber then took Mi Pierce's gold
watch and chain from his ves lunginir on
the head board of his bed, ftnuu.ft, y1(.
watch and chain are valued at sjtvjtj. t10
rascal told Pierce that after pay i;,y ))e
would come back andet his nmui-j
Wasiiinhtox, June 24.- The report (
the recent examinations at West Poiut ha;
reached the udjutunt-geiieral of the army,
Iu tin case ol Wluttaktr the it-port rec
ommends that as he is found deficient in
his studies, and having been two years in
the same class, he be discharged. The re
port has not yet been received by Secretary
I'. S. HUH DISAUI.KD.
Ciiicaho, June 24. A Victoria dispatch
says that the steamship Dakota reports
passing the United States ship Pensaeolu,
from San Francisco to Sitka disabled and
returning to Sau Francisco, her engiuo hav
ing broken down.
KTItUCK 11V I.IU1ITNINU.
Cahlinvillk, 111., Juno 24. Henry Son
neiniin, a young German, was struck by
lightning during a thunder storm this of
ternoou. His Injuries arc quite serious, but
will not prove fatal.
8putN(iKiEi.D,lll.,Juno 24. The state au
ditor was to-day enjoined from making
further levies for tlio payment of interest
on flO.OOO lionds issued by Laniard town
ship, Wayno county, lit aid of tlio Illinois
and Southeastern railroad.
Give an Impetus to the Liver When
it works lazily, with Hostetter's Stomach.
Bittere, which rousts it and corrects its
faults. Next in importance to doing this,
cease torturing it, It you have been so tool
ish hitherto, with horrid pills and draughts
that gripe, purge, and weaken both bowels '
ml stomach. Third.avoid eating or chink
ing any thing which you have found in
creasing the bilious trouble. It is astonish
ing and certainly most agreeablo to find
how soon after commencing a course of the
Bitters, the symptoms of liver complaint
disappear. The bowels aro greatly reliev
ed, disgestion improves, the sallow tint dis
appears from the skin, morning nausea,
right shoulder blado and side pains cease,
the tongue puts off its furry coat and the
breath resumes its purity. Surely these are
attainable by the use of this sterling medicine.
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I
will send a receipt that will cure you,
free of charge. This great remedy was
discovered by a missionary in South
America. Send a self-addressed enevlope
to the Rev. Joseph T. Inman, Station D,
New York City. '
Who is Mits. Winslow. A this ques
tion is frequent asked, we will simply say
that she is a lady who for upwards of thirty
yoars has untiringly devoted her time and
talents as a female physician nnd nurse,
principally among children. She has es
pecially studied the constitution and wants
of this numerous class, and, as a result of '
this effort, and practical knowledge, ob
tained iu a lifetime spent as nurse and
physician, she has compounded a Soothing
Syrup, for children teething. It operates
like magic giving rest and health, nnd is
morever, sure to regulate the bowels. In
consequence of this article Mrs. Winslow is
becoming world-renowned as a beneiactor
of her race; children certainly do rise up
and bless her: especially is this the case in
this city. Yast quantities of Soothing
Syrup are daily sold and used here. We
think Mrs. Winslow has immortalized her
name bv this invaluable nrticle, and we
sincerely believe thousands of children
have been saved from an early grave by it3
timely use, und that millions yet unborn
will 6hare its benefits, and unite in calling
her blessed. No mother has dischajged
her duty to her suffering little mie, in our
opinion, until she has given it the benefit of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. Try if,
mothers try it now. Ladies"' Yi.-itor, New
York City. Sold by all druggists.
Twenty-five cents a bottle.
Buown's Household Panacea is the
most effective pam destroyer in the world.
Will most surely quicken the blood wheth
er taken internally or applied externally,
and thereby more certainly relieve pain,
whether chronic or acute, than any other
pa;n rllrriutor. and it is warranted double
the stifugtli of any similar preparation.
It cures pain iu the side, back or bowels,
sore throat, rheumatism, toothache, and all
aches, and is the great reliever of pain,
"3rovn's Household Panacea" should bo
in every family. A teaspoonful of the Pan
acea in a tumbler of hot water (sweetened
if preferred), taken at bed time, will break
up a cold. 23 t ts. a bottle.
.Much Sickness, undoubtedly witn cnu
dren, attributed to other causes, is occasion
ed by worms. Brown's Yermifuge Comfits,
or Worm Lr.zehges, although effectual in
destroying worms, cau do uo possible in
jury to the most delicate child. This val
uable combination has been successfully
used by physicians, and found to be abso
lutely sure in eradicating worms, so hurtful
to children. Twetitv-live cents a box.
Remarkable cure of an inflamed tear
duct or passage to the eye, without an op
eration. Mrs. Gibson, who has a large and
extensive confectionery and candy store at
No. 25 East Forty-second street,' near the
Grand Central depot, was about to have a
silver tube inserted in the tear pasnago of
her left eye. The enlargement and inflam
mation were very great. Before submit
ting to the operation, tried Dr. Oile's Lini
ment, rubbed iu carefully over the inflamed
duct. The inflammation disappeared, the
passage became clear, and I was, throuuh
its power, able to do without a surgical
operation. Also took the liniment intern
ally, a tea-spoonful three Mines a day, in a
wine glass of water. Gile's Pills cures
PitEJtDicE Kills. "Eleven years- cur
daughter suffered on a lied ot mis
ery under the care of several
of the best (and some of the worsts nlu-ai.
cians. who gave her disease various names
but uo relief, an I now she is restored to us
in good health by as simple a remodyas
Hop Bitters, that we had poohed at tor two
winvi j, unit 11,1
.years, before using it.
ears, nciore using it. wo eamesly hope
'id prav tii.it no one else will lot their sSoir
Wf as we did. on account of prejudice
airmst so good a medicine is Hop Bitters "
-'he Parents. Telegram.
BiniNciiiTis, a premonitor ot con
smption, is characterized by catarrh
( : inflammation of tho mucous mem
lane of the air passages, with cough
ed expectoration, short breath, hoarse
ih, pains in the chest. For all bron
cal affections, sore throat, aphonia
ohiss of voice, cough, "Dr. Swayne's
Ciipouud Syrup of Wild Cherry," is a
ws, known curative. Price 23 cents
n'41 a bottle, or six bottles for 3.
Tin largo size is the most economical.
Proired only by Dr. Sway tie & Son,
I hulolphia. Sold by all prominent
drujists in Cairo and elsewhere. (1)
tNiiov,Din Confidence. Peck's Sun,
MilwaukVis., in referring to Warner'
Sato kidiy tnd Liver Cure, and othor of
Warners life Remedies has the following
1I.H.U ar:r & Co., -Rochester, N.Y.,are the
solo proctors, wo have a perfoct faith in
the efflciey 0f their preparations, and an
unlKHiiuie conlidenco in the truth ot all
that is goo nd said ot them.
Tain ihesIdo nearly always conu
trom a tillered liver, and is promptly
relieved biter's Little Livor Pill.