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, THE DAILY CAIRO BLLLETIN; THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 13, 1881? ' "T . STS
Ir. S.Sil:b:o'5 External PiloEcmod
i-'iauirciicr nria ib an lnritiintie
CURE FOR All KINDS OF PILES,
pom ny lirm.'iriU)cvcrvwlicre. Price, t1.no per lio:
prei'Mby i : . il. Lampl- sent Jrrt lu i'hyaieWn
noil a In l'hvicliiS
ra.hv I' N Mv! n iltiT i n. Ifni avis.
uw iurkuty. boleiiiuuiiu:iureiaol',.4nuUai."
i.t-r '-Ut .'. r.-. I'roncnnri ih 11.1 I t (he hit-h-
'l iim-'Ii' '!1 '.'i! 'N,r;tn- - In 1. 1 Inliii liiunMt
aal I i.l 14 Vi, ; I I'm Vij.iIi-i.. ni'l'l I'iiii Ii7h.
W hj vi W :t '.1UU :T.i "H 00 . H I
Intws Herons Kmtr-rwfl
IfR. KUI-t bbHLAI
Ulfl... i.l To, . iw A N vuvr Ini r hitk. Ismu tur
jCi urr Utr .fid. VinUvtu il Atn-s Jll'iUf in.
Imhii mi.t If liiiHii m nin-ceit. A' f i'i V-r
rituay'ltij1. Tn-allsa a'
I t'l trial Ixiuiulrrata
tittirnta,itiey a:ntri intipj:i". hfhU nam.
. o. ai.t nuteia biuret, to if 11. Kl.lSK.M;!
Au.uH.l'Ll.aui.iuhla.l a, iiujf mUpiidt mijittt.
Flirt D up f Am-nta write n,nli It ! Terrilorr Irw.
"entirely ni lirt wiling Hit! lea out. l'roK il
b'lf I'el'a fur f'wiiiK Hint Mil imn lilnin. !iiiIc.h.
toirtllilii r.i:-h Conl hpiI a H-rfrct I iM.r Sprite,.',
tlij I'.T.l oiled VUrtUIL;o..K:nUi Aye. X. V.
3UIAOZVM WHY TJIIJ
CELLULOID Eya Glasses
Am-: this i:st.
Because tbi-y are the LI'IIITEST, HANDSOMEST,
AND STItoNCiEST known. Sold by Optician an J
JewcUrs. Made by 8PENCER OPTICAL CO., N.Y.
WWrrni"" i", "'''t " b"u "
XXIJ 1 every tounlry town, to lake a
permanent Im al agency for the sale of onr teas,
coffees, etc.. In packages, to eoiimiui'rc. Tim yn
cy rf(uin K no l4lirii; and bin a modi-ran; nino int
of poliHniik'. nnil if pr'in rly maimrfl lv
Irom to Jl mi pe r i nr. '1'artirii inrK fr iv
1'KuVI.Kll J'fcA CO . I. O. Jtox '"rA, bt, J.ouil", Mo.
M ADDUAIll APEIIIIT All lirilOtlAIT. .
Thig wl. known !ripartinn it M(rhly riyommii')(4
hn llrnprimla. Ilrndarh, MlrhnrM oflha
ftumarb,im4 nil t'"TTifUiniBMi!Tf: fijio ArlilltV
tlllliarw, n4 Halnrlal I'errn. It '-"
tbf blCMl Mid rf'ilUi itm llflN.M u a favinta
Brdian Ut rbil1rn. irjryt M'A. K'X-iElUj'
)NH, Cbmuwtn, l i)lckr fcirwl, fen Iwk,
rfrior to VInral Watert, Bridliti Powdera, t
JCOU tAJk 11Y ALL UUtfctlST.
27 STOP IiEATTY'SS.OAXJi
On!yl. A'Mrran DANIELK. UEATTV, Wwh
Parker's Ginger Tonic
C'nrc comjilaiiitf of wonion ami (H"ca';i of tlie
ftotrm b. how L-lf , liini;. Herud kiduvy, and ii
eiitlri'lydiili-rirut from M:UT'. Klu'r ffceiicc and
other loiil'n ax II arver lntoxJcatva. 5octe und 1
Bl.cd, l.uriti- savins hnrlnt; nno dollar pi.c,
IIIM.OX ii CO., CbemUtB, N. Y.
WtTAL TIP I.AM V W ICK i
Vmli Ipc 7, 18HO.
GiTM t Brliiuiit, WWta aud SitaJ;
lleht. r. (lre no tr'mtnliii!. and laHf for moiiiht.
Sample wick ioct.,:i wli kii-i'i rt . 13 wirkw Tt
pOflaKo p.id. Hive Ibrru !ff, A. H. ami l.
Al'iths uant.'d. Addrui.. .MKTAU 111' LAMP
Vi K K CO.. 7o t.'urtlnndt bl , J. V.
0 MEDAl AWAR5E0
cbaMt, indmoMti'.abltt t vry
or,rwlf lrurreiiiiii ;" bonnd in
fin.rt Krnnob mwilLn, AnitiowMHl.
ptHHl tumfintf, VJb prw-n(k
ti'ia. pnee rnilv l.i&ant bff
' mail-. illnatralHclaamDlr.. fiwmta:
anii oow.Aildrfwa I'lvviiodf Mit.
7Ifltn TTIVCrT V t lntittor Ir. W. II. I'AK
LKUW lUIOLLl.kUH.Ni4Uulflocbat. Iloaton.
CCTICl'KA r'fnnanrnlly Chits Humors
(if the Scalp ami Skin.
Cutlcnra ri'tin'ilit-o arc for mloliy nil tlrti irtlt-l
Trice of Ciniuur.'i, a iiicdlral Jolly, f mult Imixcc, ror;
lariru boxi-a l. i uiicnra Ktolv ul. Hut m-w blood
porifli r. nnr ilnllnr "T botllii. ('Mlli iim .Mrdiclnal
lotl't Snap, li'f. Ciittcurit Modicilml Sliaviim
Soap, l.'icta.: In hnr it ha'bfr nnd large roopum
rra, 5orii- Prim Ipal (b ptt, WEKRSib POTTKH,
lioKton Miii" a,
trAll mailed frro on rvcidpt of prici:.
A Ibiok ol rnn; orisi'mlity, nt ith il
The lt.'iiI problem ndvvd. The Individual raro
folly rotieiil'jkjd from the age of rupoiiHihiiity up
to matnrltv, in pfiranl to duration, home, aorl. ty,
lovo, marrlai;', biHincaa, vie. How bread-eater
aro to he brend winnera. The volume abound in
ptrikinu' thonhH, rare Information and lntenau
common ai-ne. Knll pae colored platea each one.
a pern. A'-nls wanted everywhere, fend lor eir
ctilar. full de-crlpiion terma, etc., to J. ('. M"
CtliDY t ('., t'liicuuo, III.
A Haw A rHhlnaahla rirfnia, Frarraat, Barmhlar, Irtlnr.
Sold tr d"!'" I" I'nm A fhitf J (loniln, lllm h '., N. V.
:1HH-1ILL-. a-a.am -.-..a .......
Ciinger, llucliu, manoraae, oumiici,i mm many
Ll !, mnlirinca known arccomhilied in 1'ak-
itER'sGlMOBitToNic,intoamedicinof auch va-J
fried and effective power,a!i lo mako u me Rrcaieat.
Wood Punier anil Liver KrRUlalor and mo j
UcatUoalth&Ntrongth Kfntorer Ket CawJ.,
' It curnt Iiysprnnia. Rlicumatism. NeKralRia,1
'Stctplcssncaa, and all diacnftci of tho Stomach,
Dowels, Lime, Liver and Kidneys.
' Remember! Thla Tonic Ilia Pert Family
iMcdicine ever mdo,nndlientirely different from;
Dittcra, OiiiRcr Prnp.irationt, and other Tonics, as,
'it never intoxicatcsbiitcureadrunkenncaa. None.
tireniiine without signature of Hwntft 'n,.N. Y .1
Parker's Hair Balsam
MoiMtiilital hair ra-
MrH.J. 0. nobertaon, I'lltaburvr, wltea: "I
vraa aiitToriiiK Irimi ueiieral debility, want of ap
petite, conatiputioii. etc., aothat life vm a burden;
afturuHlbi.' liurdork lllood liltterH I felt betterthan
for j earn. I cuu not praise your bttterH too much."
K, (Hbl)H, orilufrulo, N. Y.writea: "Your Bur
dock lllood lli'terc, in chronic dlaciiHeaof the blood
liver and kidnnv a, have been alunally marked with
aucci aa I have ucd them ruyaell with the beat
reaiilla fortorplillty of the liver, and In the cane ol
a friend ol iiiino aull'ernii; from dropay, the effect
waa inurveloiiH "
flrnce Turner, KocheMcr, N. Y., writes: "I
have been aubject to aerloua diaoriler of tho kid
in y a lid utiablu to attitud to bualneaa; llurdock
lllood Hlitera relieved nni b.-fori: half a bottle waa
uaed. I feel coiilldenl that they will entiridy cure
R. A-enllh Hall, Ilini;li;imtoii, N.Y. writes: "I
aiillered with u dull pain through my left luni; ami
ahoulder. Loxt uiv aplrlta. appetile and color, and
could with dilllcnliy keep up all day Took your
llurdock lllood llitiera aa directed and have felt no
p.'iln aliir.e flmi week after naini! them."
Mr. Noah Ilalea, Elinlra.N. Y.. wrltea. ''About
fouryi-ara ai-u 1 had an aitnck ol biloua fever, and
never fully fi i-ovi re il . .M v dijeativu oruana were
wenkenud, and I would he completely proatrated
fur dava . After nainir two bo'tlei of your Hnrdock
lllood Hlttera the ini proveno nt waa a-i vlalblB that
I waa Batoiili.ied. I can now, ihoiit'li aixty one
veara of ane, do u fair and reaaoimble ilav'a work."
(' . Illacket KobiiiHon. proprietor ol th" Canada
Pri abvterinii, Toronto, Dm., write: "rorveara I
aullerid (treat v Irom oft recurrinc hriidache. I
uaed vour llurdock I'.lood Itinera with haptiieat re
aulta. and I now find myaelf in better In-tfth than
for v. ara pnt
Mra. Wallace. Hiitbilo, N , V , wrltea: "I have
uaed liurdork Klood Ilntera for nervotia and biloua
In ailii' bi a, and cuu rei'on.iiictid them for anyone
requiring a cure for billouain-aa."
Mr. Ira Miilbollapd. Albattv.N. V , write: For
aeveral veara I have with red from oft rcrurrinu bil
lon headache, (1 vao f ia and complaint pe
culiar to mv ex. hinr.e uaiiitf your Burdock
Blood Illttera I am entirely relieved
Pi, n K, tl rr.R norri r.: tii-t.E nze M it.
FOSTKIf, MILHI'KN & CO., 1'roji'rs,
Hl'FKALO, X. V.
Foraale by TAI L (i M ill II l)
MRS. LYDSA t. PiNKHAh?.
CF LYHN, MASS.
in. intitEii or
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Tor all Female Complaints.
Thla preparation, aa III nama alnlflaa, oonaUta ol
Vio-ulle rrf). rtiea tliat ar.j barnil.-oa to the inuat del
icate Laralicl. L'-.n one trial the meriu of thla Com
pound will 1,0 reiiitfmtM.u relief la Immediate and
whro Ita uaela eontlniu-l, in ninety nine cum In a bun.
drd,ara'rniiiiu'iitcur'l'ir.Hte'l,na(b"UMnla will U
Utj. On ar-eonnt of Ita proven merits, It la tMlay re
commended J'd prt.-rll-d by the N-at p Lytic Una la
It will cur rntlnly tha worat frm of falling
of the uu-ma, I-u-iirrho, Irregular and painful
J!anatniatioiilalliinrl.-uiTroubli'a, Inflammation and
Ueeratlon, n.-al!ira,all ll(ilaeemenU and th con-a-iielit
aplnal w nkm-aa, and i eiHH-lally aitapted to
the Chauiia of It will dl-aolta and rtpel tumon
t mm the utvriialn an ear') Hunts of devel.ipmcnt. Tl
tndency toon'-,roiiahiim'iratlir ii checked very
iptmllly by IU ua-.
In fact it haa proved t I th gTaat
t and bat remedy tliat haa ever la-en dlecovar
rd. It pemieat-a every (airtlon of Uio Jtm, and (rival
new Ilfeand vftfor. It reuiovea falnlneaa.flatulency, da
atroyi allcraving for atiiuulanu,and rt-Uve wekneH
t tbe toma.-h
h cure llloatlnsr," Ibwlarhea, Ncnrmia rroatrattnn,
General Debility, Slpepl.'Miei, Ivpiewlon and Indl
(cation. That feeling of bearing down, causing pain,
weight and backaelie, laalwayaiiernianently cured by
Ita uae. It will at all time, and under nil clrcumaUn
eea, act In barmony with the law that gorerna tba
For KldneyComplaJiita of either vl thla eonipudnd
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
la prepared at SB and ITS Weatern Avenue, Lynn, Maaa.
Price t.00. Rli taittlm for t.i.110. rh'ut by mall In tha
form of pllla, alMiin the form of Loaengca, on receipt
uf price, ll.no, p.r Ian, (or cither. Mm. I'lNnil.tM
freely aiiawera all I t' if inoelcy ra-nd for pain
phlet. Adilnwa aa alnoe .V.-tile-n fan ir.
No family aliouldtm without I.YIHA k. I'lNKMAlt'
LiTCIt rilJit. They ciici Condifiatliin, lliiioiisuiia
aodTorpblllv of the Liver !Si'-iitfi,rb'ii.
FOU KALE BY DltrtKilil'S.
1UCIIAUIW0N CO., St. Tiouis, Mo.
Wholeaale aj;iit for LYDIA K, PINKHAM'S
Veuutablii Coin pound.
Is reimbursed in greiit nieiiaiirn, to tlnsn troubled
with weak kidney, by a Judicious no of Hostel
tor's HtoniHch Bitter, which Invigorate and stlm
ulab-s without exciting tho urinary organs, lu
rohlunctlon with Its liilltieuco noon them, It cor
rect acidity, Improves nppetiln, and Is lu every
way conducive to health anil nerve repose, aiioiii,
cr marked quality Is It control over favor and ague
and lis power of preventing It. For sale by all
aruggmie nuu uuaiurs Kuuvruiiy.
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"K. A. Burnett Cairo Illinois "
The Futura Motor Powor.
Tho stefiM-!iirin-, ttmt Las bcoa tho
means of revolutiouizinj manufactur
in transportation, was spokou of with
a good loal of tlisnaeaoiiiont by surer
al nioinlir-rs of the Ili-itih Association
for tho A'lvancfiinotit of Science at tho
lato mentin nt B ith. Nearly evory
poison who spoko on tho subject gavo
it a fcad naino. It was stated that it
was exjicnsire to buihl, costly to run,
tlillicult to keep in repair, dangerous
to life aud property, cumbersome, pro-dui.-tivrt
to dirt anl noise, and not
adapted to many purposes where a
motor is required. It is tho opinion of
some, the- steam-enino had had its
day, and played its part, and was now
ready to bo put in a museum of curio
sities. They think it is behind the times,
and that it should give placo to some
Tlieso scientilic nion of Groat Britain
object to the htenm-engino because it
does not meet tho wants of tho present
age; because it spends too much forco
for tha results it accomplishes, aud for
tho additional reason that it is f ist con
suming the coal that will bo wanted for
heating purposes. They want a better
forco, more lomotion, quicker travel,
less expense, and greater security.
They want something that will propel
canoes as well as ships; that will run
sewing-machines as well as trip-hammers;
that will draw pleasure carriages
as well as railway cars. They desire a
motor that will not consume fuel, pro
duce smoke or cause noise; that" can bo
managed by a child aud run if desired
in a parlor. They want sonir-thin?; that
will do all the steam-onginc docs and
many things beside.
In the opinion of most of tho scien
tists of Great Britain electricity is to
take the place of steam in driving ma
chinery and moving cars, and is to bo
generated by tho action of thlei, winds,
and falling water. They predict that
wind power will bo utiliz 'd to a greater
than any persons in a previous agi ever
believeil it would. Wind will generate
electricity for moving machinery, for
lighting streets, and warming dwellings
in Ireland, Belgium, Denmark, nnd
othor countries where there aro, few
streams that afford water-power. Tho
movement of thlcs will produco tho
samo effects in roost countries that have
an extcusivn sea-coast, while the fall
of water in rivers and streams will gen
erate electricity iu all mountain ro
gions. Tho great electrical exhibition at
Faris is doing much to draw attention
to what is called tho motor-power of
tho future. A picture called "The
Queen of tho Nineteenth Century"
hangs in many of the shop windows.
It is a female figure Kiirrotindod with a
halo, aud emitting rays of light from
tho hands, which aro raised as if to
enable tho boing to fly. Tho light
gives the arms tho appearance of wings.
The artist is an enthusiast, amltis ro
garded by many as a prophet. Wo all
hope that his fair predictions will bo
realized. The stcam-ongino is a good
thing, but we aro retulv for something
better. It has dono so well that till
recently scientilic men and inventors
havo no trouble themsolvos to make
something better. Now that attention
is drawn to electricity, groat results
may bo expected.
To all alllicted with rheumatism, jMr. YV.
II. Fuller, of Rawhide, Aln., says: Use !tt.
Jacobs Oil und you will certainly be cured.
I had rheumatism in my feet for seven
month, nnd at times was nimble to wnlk.
St. Jacobs Oil cured me.
Lol The Poor Indian.
In his answers to correspondents,
Nye thus discourses: "Curl Sehurtz
You aro evidently in error about the
Ute Indians. They are not farming
much this summer; so your proposition
to sell them ono thousand thrashing
machinos nt a discount is of no prac
tical utility. Tho chancos aro that if
thoy had 1,000 Pitts thrashing machines
they would trado tho entire lot before
fall for a plug hat and a pair of rod
suspnndors. Tho Utes run moro lo rod
suspenders and physical calm than they
do to agriculture and Pitts thrashing
machines. They started an onion
patch on While River two years ago,
nnd it looked at ono tlmo as though
they would at least raiso ono onion to
each five adults on tho reservation; but
ono morning thoy got into a discussion
about some agricultural point whim
weeding tho fruit, and when they got
through tho onion-bod looked as though
there had been a premature explosion
there, and tho onions wero bo mixed
up with copper-colored ears and other
Indian frngments that the whole thing
France has Informed tho boy that bo
Mustapha now premier.
The Consolation of Bad Lnck in Fishing.
Whether there uro any fish in tho
river or not can make but littlo differ
ence to the Iru lishorman. lie can sit
nil day in sum secluded spot, dream
ing tho hours away, smoking and eat
ing lunch, and ho never gets out of pa
tience because tho fish do not bite, out
seems to look upon tho matter philo
sophically utd feel that ho is relieved
of tho labor of taking them off tho lino
and baiting his hook over again, any
how, ami tlioro is no great loss without
Bonio small gain. So, perhaps, tho
fewer the lish aro the more attractions
tho sport presents to tho true fisherman,
whom always well satisfied with tho
result jf his "day's labor, so to speak,
even tlough ho does not catch iv clam,
and ho would fed as though a terrible
burden rested upon him if ho was to
enter into a fishing match and bo ob
liged to catch aniillion fish in a million
years, or low tho stakes. Two such
men were out fishing on the Susque
hanna, the other day. They fished all
day, but did not get a bite, and as they
reeled up their linns to go homo, hun
gry ami tired mid sunburnt, ono of
them said he only came for the pastime,
and did not care for fish, anyhow.
"No, nor I," said the other. "It takes
more butter to fry them than the con
founded things are worth."
It is no vile drugged stuff, prcteuding to
be nindu of wonderful foreign roots, barks,
tVe., and pulled up by lor.g bogus certifi
cates of pretended miraculous cures, but a
simple, pure, effective medicine, made of
well known valuable remedies, that furn
ishes its own certificates by its cures. We
refer to Hop Bitters, the purest and best of
medicines. Sec another column. -Republican.
Salt Rheum for sexenteen years. Help
less for eight years. Unable to walk. Got
about on hands and knees. Head, face,
neck, arms and legs covered. Cured by
Cuticura Remedies. Will McDonald, 2512
Dearborn street Chicago.
If You Aro Sick, Head
the Kidmy-Wort advertisement in another
column, and it will explain to yon the ra
tional intthod of getting well. Kidney
Wort will save you more doctor's bills than
any nther medicine , known. Acting with
specific energy on tho kidneys and liver, it
cures the worst diseases caused by their
derangement. Use it at once. In dry ami
liiuid form. Either is equally efficient, the
liquid is the easiest, but tho dry is the
ino-1 economical. Interior.
Kidney Complaint Cured.
B. Turner, Rochester, N. Y., writes: "I
have been for over a year subject to serious
disorder of the kidneys, and often unable
.to attend to business; I procured your Bur
dock Blood bitters, and was relieved be
fore half a bottle was used. I intend to
continue, as I feel confident that they will
entirely cure me." Price -ft. 00, trial size
10 cents. Paul G. Schuh, Agent.
We must tell sone men a great deal to
teach them a little, but th- knowledge of
the curative properties of Spring Blossom
in cases of eick headache, indigestion, nnd
biliousness is bought by experience. Price
50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents. Paul G.
A Baptist Minister's Experience.
I am Baptist minister, and before I
even thought of beinjj a clergyman, I grad
uated in medicine, but loft a lucrative prac
tice for my present profession, 40 years ago.
I was lor muny years a sufferer from quinsy;
"Thomas' Eclectric Oil cured me." I was
also troubled with hoarseness, and Thomas'
EclectricOil always relieved me. My wife
and child had diphtheria, and "Thomas'
Eclectric Oil cured them," and if taken in
time it will cure seven out of ten. I am
confident it is a cure for the most obstinate
cold or cough, ami if any one will take a
small teaspoon and half till it with the Oil,
and then place the end of the spoon in ono
nostril nnd draw the Oil out of the spoon
into the head by snifling ns hard as they
can, until the Oil falls over into the throat,
and praetiee that twice a week, I don't care
how off nsive their head may be, it will
clean it out and cure their catarrh. For
deafness and earche it has done wonders to
my certain knowledge. It is the only
medicine dubbed patent medicine that I
have ever felt like recommending, and I am
very anxious to wee it in every place, for I
tell you that I would not be without it in my
house for any consideration. I am now
suffering with a pain like rheumatism in
my right limb, and nothing relieves me like
Thomas' Eclectric Oil.
Dr. E. F. Chant, Cony, Pa.
Paul C. Schuh, Agent.
Didn't Know Oato.
One day a littlo knot of men, among
win in were two Michignnders, got into
a disputo iu Doadwoud regarding the
uneieiits. A part of tho crowd held
that Cato was a great poet, while
others us-x'i'ted that he was an orator,
nnd it was finally agreed to leave it to
a grocer around tho coiner who was
supposed to bo well posted on all mut
ters. Tho crowd thereforo proceeded
to his store in a body, and the spokes
man brusquely queried:
"Say, Jim. can you settle a disputo P"
"Yes, sir," was tho prompt reply.
"Well, then, what was Cato's best
"Calo Cato -hold on a minute," ro-
fliod Jim as he started for his desk,
lo opened his ledger, ran down the in
dex to "C," glanced over the names,
and then returned nnd said:
"Don't find him here on my books,
and 1 reckon ho was some scrub who
jiimpod in hero awhile, got down to
mots, nnd then took tho cross-cut for
Gunnison. Did ho go through any of
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Used and approved by the leading
CIANS of EUROPE and AMERICA.
The most Valuable
CATARRH, HEMORRHOIDS, Etc. Alio for
Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Crono
r iTj uem, if) ana do cent tires of
AMD MKDAL AT THE PIIILADFJ.P1II 4 """''W1 ' "
MLVUl JIEDAL AT TUB P ABU EXPOSITION. COLGATE & CO., N.Y.
For sale hy C. W. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
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jod eauioaoq uoos pi& pun
Dopp utm joajosqo on q3iq.il
jo Auppgivro eiN 'ft
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Ml.TL'AL All) SOCIETY.
A SPBSTITLTH FOR LIKK INSUR
WIDOWS' & OKPIIANS'
Mutual Aid Society
0r(runi7.ed.Iulv llth, 1877, Under the Laws o
fhe State ol'Illinnis. Cnivrlt;lit('il .Inly
!l, 11177, Dnder Artnf (Nmnrt'ss.
I'. . Srill'II 1'renid. nl
V. T. I(l'l)l) Vicu l'reai.knt
.1. A. (ioI.l)STINIS 'I'ri.-asunir
.1. .1. (IMKDON Jtedlciil Adviser
THOMAS I.RWIS Seerutar-
JdllN V. WIIITK Assistant hecrotnrv
k x wen v j-: ( cj m mittm i
II. I.KItillTON, I.. h. THOMAS.
,1. f. WlllTH, W. K. I'lTl'HICH,
.1. S. MHIAIIKV.
J(AHJ Ol'' MANAd I;S:
William Stratton, ol' Stiultiili A lllril, wnolceulc.
urucera; Caul (i. Hi buli, slinleaiile anil retail drili:
(ial; llimcii f,'rli;litoii, co'tiiulsaloii nierchiiiil ; .lua
8. Mcdnbey, lumber dealer; .1. .1 tlonloii, iliya
Irian; J. A. loldatlnii, ol (tulilalino ci lti,renwiiler,
wholesale and relull dry u-ooda, etc; Win. V. IMch
cr, uenenil aKfiil; llouryll. KilK c Ily printer aud
bonk binder; (bealey liny Ilea, Cooper; J no. (1.
White, assistant secretary and solicitor: Albert
Lewis, denier In Itour and (.'ruin; K. llroen, presi
dent AlcNandcr Couutv Hiiuli;0. W. Ik'tidrlcka,
contractor and builder: Cyrus Close, iicueral
hocuC.TIiouiiih l.uwis, secretary ami iillornev at
law; I., 8. 'I lionius, bronin maiiiilaciurer; W. V
Ituasel, i-ontniilor und i-iillder; C T, ltildd
aent U St. L. AN. O. riillnoad ; Mi.ses riillllps.ciir
nonler; 11 . A. Cliimibley, conlracto.', Culro, Ills..
l(ev. ,j. Spencer, clervjvtuiiti. St Ia-iiIs, Mo. j .1. II,
lliitliune, circuit clerk, Mississippi county, Charles
loll, Mo.; !. H Moore , luver, Coniineree, Mo.'
1). Hlnclet'irv, plivslcliin, Arlington, Ky.; .1. W.
Tarry, phvalclan, l-'ultoii, Kv. ; Win. Kymi, fiirine.r,
Alurrv, liv.i A. Stcliilmch, inaiiiiiuctiiriir of sad
dlerv, Kvansvlllo, lnd.;lko Andersun, secrcliiry
tosiiperiiitendontC. St L. N O. railroad, .lark
sun, Term.; J. S. Kobertaon, phvaicUn, While-
villo, Tetin. : Th-imas A. Osborn, liHrneas tuaker,
llnlivar, Tenn j Win. L. Walker, '-Dixlii Advcr
tlslliK AKi'iiQ," Ilollv Spr'ns, Mi-a
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
Av.olimof yoiiUdnl liunrudence (aiiaiiiu l'rema.
hire liecay, Norvnns debility, Lost MautiiKul, etc.,
havlntt tiled In vain every known remedy, lia dJa
covered a simple sell' cure, wUicb bo will send FUKE
to his fellow.surlen'rs, addrusi J. II. HILF.VI-S
43 tUathaui M N. Y.
Koram. (it all DiiKrl.ii. Aj.k.-i.. I kubi i. ilLM
n.. na... a.. iu. 1
Article! from pur
Vaseline such aa
Vaseline Cold Cream,
Vaseline Camphor Ice,
Vaseline Toilet Soaps,
ara aaparlar la mj liaUir acute.
and Diphtheria, etc
An agTeeable form of tak
ing VaseUne iatern&ny.
o rvwTfl a ant
ail onr goods,
1 AXK STATEMENT.
REPORT OK THE CONDITION
CITY NATIONAL BANK
at Culro, iu the State ol Illinois, nt the close or
October 1st, ll,
Loans and discounts $ 'Jli-I.n&t 80
U. S. bonds to secure circula
tion riO,000 00
Other stocks, bonds and inorl-
Hue from approved reserve
"Kent S.M.fiSn K9
(iii! from oilier nutlonal batiks sa,3U7 1'J
Due from Main banks und
Real estate, I'urulluro and llx-
lures 31,797 18
Current expenses and taxes
paid 4,410 V)
Checks and other cash ileins. . S,4 I!I US
1 11 J 1m of other Hanks O.'i) no
l'raclional paper currency,
nickels and pennies ISO 00
Silver 3,0-Jri .Hl.rM8 0(
L'L'nl Tender notes KMS'I 0I B.'),BT8 HH
Kedemption fund with I.'. S.
Treasurer, (ft per cent, of cir
culation) 3,350 (X)
Due from IT. S. Treasurer,
other llian f per cent re
redemption luml I,0KS 00
Totai '. )ii8!l,.KI 90
Cupltal stock paid in llKl.nei) (10
Surplus Fund luo.itoo oo
Undivided I'rolllM JU.lltiil 3fi
Nalioiuil bunk notes oil I si a lid-
Inir 45,000 IK)
Individual deposits subject lo
cheek ..:ih7.87 M
Demand c.-rlillciiles ol'deposi, II.3JI Hi
Due lo other national banks, -I.JII
Due lo Slate banks und
hunkers. 4:l,7itt :Hi-434,llO 55
ToTAt ftaSIIWJ '.)
State of Illinois, roiintyof Alexander, ss.
I, Thus. W. Ilalliday, Cashier of the above numed
bunk, do solemnly swear that Hie above statement
Is true, to the best of my knowledge and belief.
Tikis. W. IIai.i.iiiav, Cashier.
Subscribed nnd sworn to hclora me this 7th day
of October, 1h,s. m .1 . Ilowi.r.r
H. II. CCNNIHllllAM, )
' 1. Williamson, J-Dlreclors.
II. L, IIai.lidav. i
THE ONLY MEDICINE
i.i in n Kit i.ii in oit our KniJi
That Arisnt lliosnme time mi
WHY ARE WE SICK?
fitamtt w ulloio thtit ortiit organs to I
IVccmK (lixji)f(l or toi'iM, ii'nt )aiionour
'iumir0' iMryort fwetd into the Uoud
I that inoulJtx txptlltil nutiraUy.
WILL SURELY CURE
PILES, C.Nevril,ATION, VKINaRT
DIMEAHKS), FKMALK WEAKNKNSES,
ANI EllVOU IHNOItnEltS),
Ay canting fm actUm of thtit orgnm and
mtotiwj thtir jmwtr to thrvw of dimut.
Wh; sulTer nillona palm and arheat
Whj toraieute d with IMIci, Constlpatloat
Why frlKlitenod over disordered Kidney!
Why endurs nervous or sick lieadacbsst
Vt KI II N E Y. Vi)U Tim rtM ' htalth.
It la ut up 1(1 llrr Veaitable Forni, latin
t'aiiaoiispaeliauenf wtih h makes ill quarts ol
medicine. Alav in LUitild rorra, very i ONaen
tratsil, for tliuae that eailnst rvaibly isvparwit
. aril ...u with ft.iual i.fttil.in.-v lik alfk.ir fnrtn.
HfJET IT Or TOUH DRlHKIsST. I'iiICK,
MEL1J, UICHlUOStM A o., rrep's,
1 (WUl send ths dry post-paid.) BniimiTOS, Tt.