Newspaper Page Text
THB DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; 8UHDAY MORNING; FEBRUARY 3, 1884.
u Pale, Poor, Puny and Pallid.
Considering!! the ills that attack
little children.it is a wonder that
any of the poor little youngsters
live to grow up.
There are children who are truly
." Objects of pity. They seem almost
bloodless. Their cheeks are thin '
and pinched; their eyes are hollow;
' ! ' Wd . their; skin is ;tighily drawn
" 'over their foreheads. There is
, othing Rearty about hefm. They
suffering from the debility that
leads to marasmug. Poor things 1
. 11 1 Do a godd deeU for the pale,
jpoor, puny, pallid child. Hand its
tnOther a bottle of Browris Iron
'Sitters, Here is life even for the
-, J most delicate, the most debilitated;
' for the child almost given up for
' dead. Iron in the blood is what the
, child , needs to bring it .up. The
little digestive apparatus will re
, cover. The pale cheeks will fill out
The weary groan of the child will be
exchanged for' the merry prattle of
infantile gladness. Your druggist will
'v-telt you what Wonders Brown's Ittm
'jfiOtn has done for very sick children,
From these sonroea arise threefcrartlu of
the diseases of the human race. TbeM
' rmptoms Indicate their existence : Lou !
AMMtlto, Bowels costive, lk Head
attfts, fwdlnees after eatlMf , nmloa to
sarUoa of body or mind, Eructation
f feo4 IrrlUbUKjr or temper, Low
' ooirfta. a Uk of IiTlf Mgloetod
' omm doty, IHsafaow, JTlutMrlnc at the
Heart, Dots iMlbre the eyes, htahvly eol
; ti TJriave, COWTIPAHoaf" and do
' nana the use oT remedy that acts directly
.ontheLlrer. U a Liver medicine TUTT'S
'J FILM bare no equaL Their aetlon on the
, Sidneys and Skin is alio prompt; removing
' all Imparities through these three " seav
MH of the nMin, producing arpe
;HtU,toand digestion, regular stools, a clear
' ttla and a rigorous body. TCITS PILLS
' Oauee no nausea or griping nor Interfere
'With Sally work and are a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
"'. ,'HK WmiSUt LIKE A NEW MAJT.
. "I bur had Dyapepsis, with Constlpa-
; fUm.tw fears, and pave tried ten different
; kinds of pills, and TCTTBl are the first
that bare done mo any- good. They have
loaned mo out nloefy. My appetite la
. oplendld, food digests readily, and I bow
- bavo natural peewweg. -1 feel like new
man. , W.I). EDWASDS, Palmyra, O.
TUTTS HAIR DYE.
Jiat Hub o Whiskers changed in-
otnuy to aQLoeaT Black by a single ap.
of this DTE. Sold by DrtwgUU.
- M sent try express on receipt off 1.
Office. 44 Murray Street, New Tork
. tHri aUHAlOF D.EFIL RECEIPTS Fl.
i (it a. r - i t
. .,. nunoui aieuiciue..
; k Valuable Discovery fur supplying Menetlm to
Ue Human Sye-em. Xteeiridty and Magnetism ,
. ; utilised as never before for Healing tbe btck.
THB MAGJKCTON APPLIANCE CO.'S
Magnetic Kidney Belt!
FlR MBN IS
WARRANTED TO CURE.
st anno d tbe following disease wHhou' med
icine PllNS IS TBI SACK, HIPS, US. DOB LIMBS,
TOO DIBIUTf , LtmSAOO O If BBal, DIS L1TT.
SMBCMiTiia, r-aALTxia, KBtraUUMA, south,
OUBASSS Or TBS UMST , SHU AL OtSSASBS, TilkTIO
"Asthma, Ura t Disease, Dyapeps.s, Constipation,
Krvsipela, Indigestion, Hernia or npture, Cat-
' trrh, Vlles, pllopor, omb Ague, etc.
" A ben soy debility ot tb. UBSKKATtV OK
OAMb oconra. Lost VluUtt, Lacic of Nerve F rce
aauVi'r, waiting 'e kaH, and all thoi Die-
, .oasss of a yeraoaal na nro, trom whatever eaaae.
' 'Ueeoonaaom ifeam of mttnutlm permswag
tbrosgh the parts, ma.t r-itire them to a beallhv
action. There is no mistake about this Appi-
TO THE LA DIRS: lSNSS&
Weaknees of tbe Hplne. Fulling of tbe Womb,
Leucerrbora, Chronic Inflammation or Ulcerattoa
' of tbe Womb, Incidental Hemorrhage or Flooding.
- Palatal. Suppressed and Irregular Menatroatloo,
BarreoDoie, and Change of Life, tbts Is the Beat
AvpllnB.ee and Curative Agent known. ,
For all lonni of Female Dirtlcaltlee It Is linear
psissd by asrtblng before Invented, both as a
caratlvs agent sad as a source of power and vital
lastloo. Pries of rtt her Belt with Magnetic Insoles, $10,
; ,1Di by express O. 0.1). and eianjinatlon al-
wwn, w 7 bhi ih mci w pnee. jo uruenug
osad sMeanre of wslat and else of shoe. Remit
tance caa be nude in currency, lent in letter st
The Magnetic Garment 4re adapted to all ages,
are worn over the underclothing (not nest to the
oedy like the many Qalvanle and Electric Ham
hga adrertlsfd so eztenilvely), and should be
Ukee off at night. The; bold tbelr POWBft
FvMTIR, and are worn st all seasons of tbe
' Bend stsmp for tbs "New Departure In Medical
Treatment Without Medicine," with thousands of
, TBI MAGNETON APPLIANCB CO.,
'" 818 State Street, Chicago, 111.
Mora. Send one dollar la postage etanpt or
carrency (ia letter at our risk) wltn else of shoe
' asaally worn, and try a pair of our Magnet! o In.
Seles, sad be coivloced of the power residing la
oar other Magnetic Appliances. Positively no
oil feet when they sre worn, or money refunded.
glfil! A II gig
; a ' bSt TNT 3q wP
The Daily Bulletin.
OFFICE : NO. 78 OHIO LKVU.
OFFICIAL CAP Kit Of ALKXAMDE1 COCITTI.
ENTERED AT THB CAIRO POoTorPICB FOB
. rBAKBMMSIOM TBKOCOH THB MAIIA AT
BBCOND CLASS RATES.
f frRM8 OP SUBSCRIPTION
Dully one j ear by carrier.- ..-.$U 00
(140 per cent, dtscooni II psld la advaaes.
Dally, one yesr rtv mill .I' W
hailv, one month Q
Daily, ods week.. . ... Ke
Publlihed evry morning (Mondays accepted).
WSEKLT BDITION. . ,
Weekly, one veer.
Publlihed every Monday noon.
avoinhe of Ave or more lor Weekly Bulletin at
one time, per year, fl.sO. Postage la all eases
prepaia. . - ,,-.
tHTARlABLT m aOtahos.
- All Communtcstions should be addressed to
S. A. BURNETT,
Publisher and Proprietor.
The Old Soldier Tramp.
Tea, bread 1 , 1 want bread I . Tou heard what
Yet you stand and you stare,
As if never before came a tramp to your
With such Insolent air.
Would I work? Never learned. My home It
And Ibsven't yetfound
Any heart to plow lands and build hornet for
That burned mine to tbe ground.
i No bread! you have said? Then my curse on
And, what shall sting worse.
On that wife at your side, on those babes In
. tbelr pride,
. . Fall my seven-fold oursel
Good-bye I Jmustl'arnto oreep Into, your
Buck your egfrs; hide away ;
Sneak around like a hound light a match In
Limp away through the gray I
Yes, I llmp-eurse these stones I And then
my old bones
They wero riddled with ball
Down at Shlloh. What, you? You war wound
ed thar, too?
Wall, you beat us that's all.
Yet even my heart with a stout pride will
As I tramp. For, you see,
No matter which won; It was gallantly
Aud ng.orlous American victory.
What, kind words and bread? Ood'l smiles
on your hoadl
On your wife, on your babes I and please, '
You'll pardon me, sir; but that light trenched -me
Deep-deepor than tbe sword-out that day. '
Nsv. I'll go. Bir, adieu! Tu Tityre Too
Have Augustus for friend.
While I-Yes, read and f peak both Latin and
And talk slang 'without end.
Hey? Oxford. But, then, when the wild cry
Hang out through the gathering night
As a mother that cries for bcr children and
We two hurried home for the fight
How nnhlo, my brother, bow brave and
This tramping about somehow weakens my
AtSbiloh! We stood 'neath tbe hill by the
a graveyard to-day, I surmise. '
Yos, we Hood to the last! And when the
I sank down in blood at his side,
On bis brow, on bis breast what need tell
: the rot?
. I but knew that my brother had died.
Wbatt wounds on your breast? Your brow'
tells the rest? 1
f ' You fought at my side and you fell?
You tiie brave boy: that stood at my aide
in thnt wood.
On that blazon red border of hell?
My brother! My own! Never king on the
Knew a Joy like this brought to me,
God bless you, my life; bless your brave
northern w lfe,
And your beautiful babes, two and three.
'. tbelr pride.
A KAY OF SUXLIGHT.
"Quiet. Bess! steady, Fanl"
Jack Trevor u at he red the reins mora)
tightly in his rraBp, and touched the
horses with the long circling 1Mb. of bis
"t'ive minutes more will accomplish
the distance if we can maintain, thlg
present rate of speed,1' he remarked to
his companion who had taken out his
watch aud was anxiously consulting its
crystal face. ".
"And will the place afford shelter for
bur party?" -
"Shelter!", Jack gave a low whistle.
.."Why, you could quarter an . army In
the old barracks and have room' to
, J'Fiye minutes seems but a short pe
riod," said Laura Deoker, glancing rue
fully at her crisp muslin gown with its ;
dainty garnishing of creamy laoe and
blue ribbons; "but the floods will be
upon us in earnest long before the ex .
piratlon of that lime."
"Farewell, my love.7 murmured her
cousin Rettie pathetically, furling her
sunshade, under whose rim of soft piak
silk her bright brown" eyes were wont
to peer out beseechingly. "You cost
me a pretty sum at Schaffer's, but the
elements will have no mercy upon you,
"And my .mauve sateen," wailed
stately Miss : Johnson, surveying the
said miraculously , fashioned garment
wth actual tears, that she did not dare
let fall on her delicately tinted cheeks,
for a cogent reason that she fondly im
agined was known only to herself.
"Are you afraid, Miss Beck with?"
Lawyer Hunter leaned over and was
looking into the girl's face, thinking
what a strong one it was, with iU
decided mouth and darkly-fringed grey
eyes. . .
. "Afraid? No. Why should I be?" .
. She spoke a little impatiently, and let
her gaze wander back to the great
masses of black clouds that lay piled
above the horizon-like ebon mountains,
the lurid lightning flashing fitfully
above their ragged peaks.
. A sudden peal of thunder startled the
horses into a mad gallop, and brought
an hysterical scream to the lips of Mist
"Oh!" crlod little Rettie Trevor, tin.
der her breath, her face growing wey
still and white, - and ' her sunshade
slipped unheeded to the yellow Straw
that had carpeted the bottom of the
roomy old vehicle. -
"Don't shiver so, child."
It wai Margaret Bockwith who
poke, and as she turned to the little
limp fitruro. she nulnklv rllvestorl her
self of her 16ng wrap, and hid crisp
muslin, dainty ribbons, and all in its
voluminous grey folds. '
"But you will take cold yourself,"
remonstrated Lawyer Hunter. '
"I am not a tender plant, " she re
sponded laughingly touching with one
slim hand tho dark blue of her cloth
dress. "I do not attend picnics clad in
gossamer attire when"
("Euroka! at last!"
It was Jack Trevor's big hearty voice
that rang out, and a moment after he
drew up the foaming horses with a tri
umphant flourish of whip and reins.
Ned Johnson seized Rettie Trevor in
his arms, and sprung up the crumbling
steps of the norch. His stately sister
ascended with more hasto than grace,;
and just as Lawyer Hunter handed Miss
Beckwith up and followed himself laden
with books and shawls, the patter of
great drops sounded on the roof, and in
a moment the outside world was a mist
of driving rain and rushing wiud, be
fore which the great trees bent like sap
lings, and the flowers laid their broken
heads on the -drenched earth, and
looked up with pitiful tear-wet faces to
the angry sky that an hour before had
been blue and smiling as an infant's
"Open, tliou inhospitable doors,"
spouted the irrepressible Jack, striking
the panels with such force that the cra
zy latch gave way and the entire party
surged into tho wide musty hall, from
which opened a large dark parlor,
sparsely furnished with dingy curtains
and a few moth-eaten couches and
"Ugh! it's damp and musty," cried
little Rettie Trevor, tip-tilting her
dainty nose in disgust,
"And haunted, concluded her broth
er Jack, looking at her with solemn
"Haunted!" Rettie would have
screamed, but her particular cavalier
was examining the dismal prospect
from one of the many diamond-paned
windows, and she wisolv conoluded
that it would be a waste of breath.
"Tell us the story, Jack."
A dozen voices chimed in the request,
and nothing loth, Jack seated himself
on the edge of a faded chintz sofa, aud
began; in a deep sepulchural tone, that
accorded well with the shadows and
general mustiness of the place:
"You may not credit the facts, my
friends but considerably less than half
a century ago these rooms now so si
lent and deserted, were tilled with ma
ny a gay company, and Jest and dance
made the hours fly merrily enough.
The owner of the old mansion had
brought to its roof a bride, a bonny
young thing, according to local tradi
tion, and a year after, an heir appear
ed to complete their felicity. All went
merry as a marriage-bell, till the poor
young mother discovered that her liege
lord was given over to an insatiable
love for strong stimulants. Unfortu
nately, the shock broke her heart, and
one fine day she died.'.'
- "And what became of the others P"
"That is as far as my information,
derived piecemeal from the aged father
of our landlord, extends," concluded
Jack, "I only know that the father
finished his days in disgrace, and died
alone and solitary in this old house,
which is haunted, the superstitious
neighbors aver, by his restless ghost,"
Nod Johnson had managed to entice
fickle Rettie to a seat in the window
that overlooked the tangled neglected
garden. The others were conversing
In pairs, and Mark Hunter stood alone
and unheeded in the doorway, a heavy
shadow on his face. Meg Beckwith,
looking up from the book whose con
tents she was carelessly scanning, saw
the shadow, and a sudden look of piti
ful intelligence crossed her own.
"Mr. Hunter Mark," she whispered,
crossing the room unnoticed, and lay
ing one hand on his arm, "I see it all
now. Oh, why did you come here?"
"How could I foresee this visit?" he
responded, his low tones penetrating no
farther than her attentive ear. "Re
member that when we left our pretty
picnic-ground in Horman's Glade, we
expected to return immediately to the
hotel, and not to this abode of dismal
memories, whither the storm has driv
"Ladies," said Mark suddenly, in his
usual everyday voice, "there must be
some quaint old chambers above, to
which yon long dusky staircase leads.
Who feels in a mood for exploration?"
"Not I' answered Lettie, happy In
the company of her cavalier. ,
"Nor I," repeated Miss Johnion,
thinking of dust, spiders, ' and her
mauve sateen, all in one.
The others were engrossed in Jack
Trevor's nonsense, and Meg, gathering
her blue skirts closely about her, swept
them a half-mocking, half-disdainful
courtesy from the doorway.
"I am going to lay the ghost," she
announced, and a moment after stood
breathless on the broad landing above,
her arm closely clasped around Mark's
as she looked beyond half affrighted at
the gloom and dreary silence of the
- Hastening her footsteps a little, he
led her into a large low-ceiled room,
barely furnished, like the parlor be
low, and opening a heavy wooden shut
ter let in the dull grey of the after
noon's waning light. Meg's face was
in shadow, but the few rays that strug
gled through the dusty panes fell full
upon his countenance, and a faint flush
colored her cheeks as she noted the ea
ger expression that rested on it
Without speaking, he drew a letter
from his pocket, and held it toward
her. She glanced at the address, ejac
ulated the one word, "rhuip ana
without opening it, put the missive
aside with a firm hand.
"Nay," he said, and his strong lip
quivered under its covering of dark
hair. "Now that you know all, be
"Here, in this house, which his fa
ther darkened with the dreary shadow
of sin, and under which shadow he
assed a portion of his miserable child
ood, let me plead for him.
"Was it so much his fault that ho
gave way to the miserable vice inherit
ed from his wretched parent? Remem
ber, he had no mother to guard his
young footsteps and turn him from sin.
"Once he shocked your pure woman
hood, but God knows he repented the
deed in sackcloth, and as far as lies id
the strength of weak man he has striven
to overcome his depraved habit. : lie is
a changed lad. Your influence, he
avers, could wean him still farther from
destruction, and you love "each
It was well that he did not see the
blaze of indignation in Meg's eyes, or
he would never have finished nis ve
"Mark Hunter," she answered, calmly
aud coldly, for she would have died
sootier than betray the tremor that
shook her frame, "you cannot deceive
me. Have I not seen do I not know
how you stood by your cousin, day after
day, warning, advising, counselling,
never impatient, never weary, till you
won him back to virtue? He does not
live in his own strength, he exists in
yours. As far as the world goes, you
have achieved a noble action. If you
did it for my sake I cannot thank
Mark drew his hands across his
"Your words sound strangely," he
said, with a weary pathos in his voice.
"I did hot expect thanks, but" 'with a
second quiver of the moustached lip,
that manlike he strove desperately to
hide "but "
At the sight all the passion in Meg's
strong nature was roused.
"Because a woman was kind to a
weak lad, whose -unstable nature ap
pealed so irresistibly to her stronger
one, was it necessary that the purest
emotions of her heart must go out to
him also? Why should he have all
wealth, position, friends, and meroy?"
Mark's rugged features grew sudden
.Stop!" he commanded. "Tell me
one thing. Do you love Philip?"
Meg gave a little gasp at the abrupt
ness of the question; then her lips took
on the bid decided curve.
"I could love ' no one who . proved
himself less than a man," she respond
ed, and there was honesty, at least, in
her voice. :
"Margaret" Mark Hunter leaned
forward in the grey light with1 a half
awed look on his face "my childhood
was a hard, unlovely one, for I was not
born to wealth, as was my cousin Phil
ip. I have educated myself by my own
efforts, and have won a position in the
world; but the battlo I waged has left
many a soar on heart and brain. An
swer me one question honestly,' even if
the answer add to the burden my life
has already sustained. - Could you
Shy Mark, he was stammering and
stuttering like a guilty schoolboy; but
Meg,' with a smile that sparkled in the
very depths of her eyes, put her slim
hand in his, and repe'ated, simply:
"I both could and would."
A sudden ray of sunlight shone out
over the drenched earth, and id a trice
dripping boughs-and rain-laden grasses
wore sparkling diamond-like in its glo
rious radiance, i '
"Mr. Hunter! Meg!"
It was Rettie who called from the re
gions below, and the truants camo
down the dusky old staircase much
more slowly than they had ascended.
A second ray from the tiny window
above fell athwart them like a blessed
omen of approaching weal.
"Poor FhUip!" Mark said, 'strug
gling between a sense of his own hap
piness and compassion for his cousin s
"But not poor Mark;" echoed Meg
softly, thinking bow noble his plain
face looked in the golden glow.
Where have you been? questioned
curious Jack, as he stood at the horses'
heads,' while the party surged out to
take their places with laugh and jest
"What have yod two been doing all
"We have laid the ghost," answered
Mark gravely "the ghost of doubt and
misunderstanding that has ' cast its
shadow' over so many lives. ; Pray
Heaven it may never walk again!" .
"Eh!" said uncomprehending Jack,
wondering at the strangeness of the re
ply. But even after he and Me were
nappy man and wife, Mark never ex
plained how his life, hitherto so dark,
had at last been illumined by a 'ray of
Where the Old Maids Come In.
Do you know, sir," inquired an
American tourist of his companion,
while doing England, "can you inform
me the reason for the fresh, healthful
appearance of the English people?
Their complexion is . far superior to
ours, or our countrymen over the her-
"Well, I know : what Prof. Huxley
"And what reason does he ad
vance?" "Well, Huxley says it is all owing to
he old maids."
: "Owing to 'the old maids! You sur
prise me. i
"Fact : Huxley , figures It out this
way. ' Now, you know the English are
very fond of roast beef."
' "But what has that got to do with
"Go slow. This genuine English
beef Is tho best and most nutritious
beef in the - world, and it imparts a
beautiful complexion." '
"Well, about the old maids?"
"Yes, you see the excellence of this
English beef is duo exclusively to red
clover. ' Do you see the point? s
"All but the old maids. They are
still hovering in the shadows." 1
"Why, don't you see? This red clo
ver is enrichened sweetened, and fruc
tified by bumblebees."
- "But where do the old maids come
inP" said the inquisitive American wi
ning his brow wearily.'
"Why, it is as plain as the nose on
your face. The only ' enemy of the
bumble bee is the fiold mouse."
"But what have roast beef, red clo
ver, bumble bees, and field-mice got to
do with old maids?"
"Why, you must be very obtuse.
Don't you perceive that the bumble
bees would soon become exterminated
by the field-mice if it were not for -"
"No, if it were hot for cats and old
maids of Old England keor) the country
thoroughly stocked lip with oats, and so
we can directly trace the effeots of the
rosy English complexions to the banlgn
cause of English old maids, at least
that's what Huxley says about it end
that's just where the old maids come in,
Science makes clear many mysterious
things.' j. .- ' 1
Dr.'1 Billings, in a lecture at' BaltU
more, said:' "The tendency of city life
is for the majority to; degenerate and
for ' the family to' be destroyed in a
majority "of " cases, 1 but " fresh ' and
tinalfltv llv'na nnur in from theCOUtttrv,
and so concentration of population, in-
i True to Her Trust.
Too much cannot be said of tin ever
faithful wife and mother, constant! v watch.
ing and caring for her dear ones, never neg
lecting a single duty in their behalf. When
tbey are assailed bv dinnssn. anrl the sva-
Um should have a thorough cleansing, the
stomach and bowels regulated, blood purl-
uou, aim uiuianai poisnu exterminated, the
must know that Electric Bittura
sure remedy, They are the best and purest
weuicine in ine world ana only cost fifty
cents. Sold by Barclay Bros. (4)
A General Stampede. .
Never Was aur.h a rush marta fnr anv
Drug Store as is now at Barclay. Bros
for a trial bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption. Onncrhs and ("V)lria.
All persons atfocted with Asthma, Bron-
-LI.' r . . '
coins, Hoarseness, severe toughs, or any
affection of tbe Throat and Lungs, can get
a (rial bottle of this crest remndv fn. hv
calling at above Drug Store. (4)
My Wife Had Fits.
"For 35 years," says our correspondent
Henry Clark, of Fairfield, Lenawee Co.,
Mich., "my wife bad fits. They would last
about an hour, and sometimes longer. Sa
maritan Nervine has permanently cured
State or Illinois 1 Clrr.nlt Cnnrt t
ts. Alexinder County.
Cotott or Alcxaxdib ) Id Chsncerj.
Msrv Bodges, Mary Hodges, Jr., Bars Jtat
Iiudgtia and John Alexander Hodges.
rabllo DOtlce ! herehr irivn thit In Minnn
of a decree msde and entered by ssld conrt la
the above entitled came, on tholttldav of Jsn
tlBrv. A. D. 188 .1. Alexander H Irwin n,iat.
4d chancery of the said circuit court of Alexander
ooiimy. win, on
WAUJislSOAY, TUB 13TH DAY OF FIBKTjA-
at the boar of 11 o'clock In the forenoon,
at the southwesterly door of tho court noose la tbs
city of Cairo, county or Alexander sad state of
Illinois, sell st public suction, to the
hlghut and best bidder, for cash,
all ana singular, tbe following described
prvmlaee snd real estate In ssld decia
mentioned, eltuate In the county of Alexander and
state of UlinolK. or so much thoreof as shsll bo
sufficient to aatisfr ssid decree, to-wii: The north
wen quarter or the southeast quarter of section
one (1), In towmhlp sixteen (ltf),aoath and in
range two(i) went of the third principal meridian.
aeiea.iairo, Illinois, January im, :h4.
ALEX. H. IRVn.
Matter in Chancery. ,
Malkey St Leek, Cctnp!slcant's solicitors.
THE BEST TIILSG KNOWN
In Bard or Soft, Hot or Cold Water.
EES LABOR, TIME and KOAP AbCAZ.
LIT, and gives universal aatUfacaoa. MO
y, rich or poor, should bo without is.
Bold by all Grocers. BEWARE of imitations
yrtll designed to mislead. J" EA KLINE u Uie
OJiLY HAKE labor-saving compound, and ah
Hjl bears tbe above syinDoi. aud name oi
4AJUES PVLE, NEW YORK.
i ABSOLUTELY CUBES
SALT RHEl:M, ECZEMA. RCROFTXA, SCALD
Jiead, Erv,lpelK, Tetter, Hive. Dandruff, larbtN
"Itch, IMm'plc, StlriifS, t'arbunclea, 1 lajit Poiaoninf
and Potaonwi Wounda, Ringworm, Sunburn, ana '
For I-iIm, Wounda, Cuts, flcert or Sores, no
1 nmedyla aopmmpt In soothing and hling ai
Faptllon Skin Cure. It dot not imart or barn.
Unctiai in fen Umguaga accompany any SeMJc
NASAL CATARRH, ACUTE or CHR05fC COLD
, In Ute Head, Rose Cold, liruncnta! Catarrh and
Cleanses tbe nostrila, penults natural breathing,
and prevenu lucnutatlona, auufllea and untaxing, v
It u a tpetinr cure for Cold baths Head which ,
Is caused by mdden changes In Uie atmosphere.
Dinctiont in ten langvagu aaxmpaxy mary bottU.
PAPILLON MFC. CO., CHICAGO.
FOB SALS BY ALL DBUQQIBTt.
For Sale by
PAUL G. SCHUH,
Special Agts. in this citv.
"CITY GUN STORE"
Oldest in the city; e.stablisried in 1862.
Cum'l A vs., between Dth snd 10tb fits.
MANUFACTURER A DEALER IN ALL KIN OR
Ammunition of all descr'pitons always oa hsndal
Gsnoral repairing In all kinds of mstala.' Keys
fall descriptions mads to order, and aailsfsctloa,
warranted, (live me a call, and be convinced lor
yourself, st tbe s gn or the "BIO UTJN .'
JOHN A. KOEHLER,
S-4m Proprietor, Cairo, 111.
, ' CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Commission 1 Merchant,
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
i i - a laaMi
1 Highest Cuh Price Paid for, Wbeat.
LLIKOI8 CENTRAL R. I
Shortest and Quickest Rouw
St. Louis and Ckicago.
The Onlv Line Hunnin
0 DAILY TRAIIVc
Making Direct Connkotioi
raaias Liati Caiao:
Arriving In 8t. Louis a.m.; Chicago, 0:80 p.m
Connecting at Odiu and Hmngham for CineU
- neu, booisvuie, inaianapous and points Bait
0.3:20 P. m. Fast 8t.
arriving in Ot. Louis :45 p.
for all points West.
3:40 p.m. F'asit Express
For 8t. Louts and Chicago, arriving at 8t. LsU
iv.au p. hi., tuu vaicago new a.m.
3 :40 p.m. Cincinnati Kxpr
arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Lnuisvills tiM
s.m.i inaisnspoiis :U8 a.m. Fuienirers
this train reach tbs above points law 3 A
uvvu iu aaiauki 01 an ouer routs
Hr-TheS:oO p. m. express has PULLMAN!
LhitrLNUCAK Cairo to Cincinnati, wlthoad
changes, sod through sleepers to Ht. Louis aasl
Fast -Time East.
PttjaQPTl fPra "Jthlsllne gothrough to East J
iv " n PO'nt without any deiarj
soon train from Cairo arrives In new Y
oroing at 10:35. Thlrtv-stz honriln advance ei
(VFor through tickets snd further information
spplr at Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
. - J- H. JONKS, Ticket Agent.
A. H. HANSON. Gen. Paes. Agent. Chlceco
lodUa of roUsstem is ma of ths itnnfsit Of tat
Bllaarala aaadlamadUlna. ku nnulnr na.fc
nterlac la Ua world. Taken for a long tlms aa4
laUiKodOMdUdfloa ap lb gas trio, foioas, la
patient declines is health and weight fcrtoaa
with Blood or .-.kin i Iwum ah onlri ha rarafnl hna
tnrv take tbrae mineral poleons. si n moat In-
eiancse ineeoecloi thrtn is to a!onnl perm nenV
IT Impair tbe ennatltutiou To take the nlaea of
met poisoBi we oner vou s tare, sure, prom pt snd
Dermanent reliaf from vnnr Irnnh!., MHrta Rr.a.
cine Istntlrelv a vegetable preparation, snd It is
mrnij to convince 70a 01 Its merit.
I bsve cured Dermanentlv Rload Taint In tha
third generation by the use of Swift's peclfle, af
ter I had stoat slgrsllv failed with Mereurv sad
rutaea. r . a. iuusiik, ai.Li , ferry, us.
A vouni man reaueatsma to thank vnn for Kla
enrs of Blood Polron bv tbe nee of Hwlft's 8 peel Ms
aiierauoioer treatment naa isiiea.
JOS. JACoBH, Druggiet, Athens, Oa
TBIXD HOT SPRINGS TWO TEAKS WITHOUT
Ifarcnrlal Rhanmallam marta ma . .1nn1a if.
ter tr ring ths aprlnga two v-ar , and (he Mereurv
and Potash treatment nntil I was s skeleton snd
uneDie so no anything, 1 was pr vailed npon to
take aaimraanf H H m if... ak,n ih. km.
tlee my appetite began to Improve, andl gained
rayiuij. ttdtb i naa laxen twelve ootuss I
felt ss well aal ever did. It Is now twelvemonths
since I took 8. 8. 8. My health snd appetite are
good, and I am sble to attend to all the business I
can get. CHAIi. BKKU,
Hot springe, Jan. I.1&3
"PUT ME "QUARK ON MT FEET."
Twelve months ago I wai Dersuaded to trv S. i.
at. for Malarial Kheomatlem, which bad crippled
me so that I wss unsble to attend to business,
Less than twelve bottles have put me anareoa
my fert; hare steadily Improved: haven't felt bat-
Mr in ten years. C. K. QUINH,
Hot Springs, Jes. 1, 18S3.
Our treatise on Blood snd Skin Diseases mailed
hasto applicants. THB SWIFT 8PECIPIC CO.,
Drawer s, Atlanta, ua.
N. T. Office, IS. W. 23d St, bet. fin ft 7th Avss.
rp(ir IN EVtl out or ORDER.
If 30 ONION SQUARE NEW YORK.
TOR SALE BY
I H. Steagala & Co., Cairo. HI.