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Til 10 .DAILY CAIIK) IUILLETIN: SUNDAV MORNING, .IIJMO JiO, 1878.
A IVrtF.I.V VK.SKTAIH.E DISTILLATION Kx-
TIHF.LY VnI.IKKj A I.I. OTIIKH HkMKDIKH.
In tho preparation of Dili rcmarknbbi remedy
every herb, plnut, nnil bark U nil.Ji-i.ieil to dimllla
lion, yt hereby llie ennciillal medical principle In ob
tained In viiiir. cnud.-nned unit bullied. Whm re
main In the ntlll , inert, vuluelcn, and totally
mill f'ir ue n nil orgniilnui aodcllciiie a the nii.nl
piinna-;c. Y. t all nuiilt are lliniilubli; compound
of oody fibre; nil tlucturcn, Huttiratcii niluliiui-
Saxfoud's Radical Crurc
1 (i lw itl and coiiHtlliillunsI einedv, and a applied
Jii lbii lannl pannngea hr Itiniifllutloii. Hum allaying
1 rnluiii Hint ion and pain uml nt oin:u correcting,
i-lcaimlng, and puryltiig nccrctlon. Internally
adiuiiiiniered. It act upon the organ of circulation,
keep, i he hkiii nioif t. and neutralized the Held poln
in Hint ha found tin way lino the ntmuach und
thence Into the blood. Thunariircproifrcnnc In both
illrec t limn, and It ln-n not nccm h-hHIi- for buniali
Int imity to ilcvlne a more ntllonal treuliiieul.
OKNTi.r.Mi.n: About twelve, veiirx ago. while
travelling with Father Kemp' old Folk Concert
troupe a at nor nlng. r. 1 look a ncvere cold and
vn laid ip al Newark. "f.J. Thin cold brought on
a n-vci. ultii. k of Ciitnrrh. which I butle.rwlth
every l.uown rcrindvfor foil r week without avnll.
and win Himl'j ' obliged lo give up a mont dcniriiblc
ponitloti and n ;u rn home, nimble to nlng noli'.
For till - year HflcrwiinU I iinnliln lo nlng ill
all. Tho tl ri. ii 'nrk of I uliirrl bad left my tinniil
(rgaiikand .hn.at no ncn-ltlvc that .hcnllghlcnt cold
would bring 11,1 ,; frfniiatiaik- leaving me iirontinled,
In thin way U uiilnueo in miller. The lanl altai k.
tile l-M-renl eSvr bml. wan terrible I fullered the
uioi't r riiciiii 1 1. ir I'iiiii n my bend, nnr i. Iimre
mi In b r team-lv aide .11 npenk. and cuitirhi-d lu
ccnnanllv. llr I'.'hl I wan going into quick con
Kiiinptioii. and IT rut l li'ln-vi- that had Ibce nvinp
Inn cui, Untied v. itbiiut relief thev would Iiiivp rend
rr d nie un r.'i-y vi lini. Win n (n t ti i condition. I
Commenced .lie Hue of SuSKolllia It A till At. t I UK
roM at a null, m ry repii ttinlly. I confe... nn I Ind
trb d all the, nh rti d rcnicdle wlilu.ut bencrit.
'I'be flrnt. doe lit' til It. willldi rflll llieilirllle gave till'
the grcatent relief. It in hardly pon.lhle (or one
whoi-e head ehe, cw. ai lie. who ean nenricly ar
Ih ulntK dUtlnetly on ureuuiit of the t lioklui; an il
ninlatlon In hi tbriwt. to realize bow uiin h iej. f
I oblnliied from the ilr. .iiplii iillon of hANroiin'n
KaIUi At. I lit. I l:der Itn illfllleui e. I.e. I h I llteriiul
and exten.al. I rapidly n i'nvep-d. and by an oeea
rloiial ue of the remedy nliii'i:. hair hven entirely
In u from alnrrh. fur the rtrl lime In twelve iear.
t.HU. W. IIOI.UIIDOK.
Wai.tmav. Ma . Jau. H. KH.
I', h -I piirr bafed ihe Ia f i"a r. Our of (un. II.
It "I'ern, iJr iL'ci'. limnlord lliiildln.
Fa' li pa'kaL'e rontalin ir. Sanford'a Improiiid
luhn I.'" Tube, with Ml dlieftioii lor line In all
r:en i'llee. $l.ll. K,,r Hi In hv all U'holenalr and
Hi t til lr.i;-L'imn ihrouirlmiit the' I niti il Maten and
t'miiir.an. Vr.KKn I'oTTrR, timnral Ap-iila and
Wain iilu )ru'yin!. Ho-tun. Mann
AS KI.MTUii-Tt AI.VANIC I)ATTF.ItY roimfNKn
WITH A IIU.III.Y MKDIf ATKI) HTKKMiTII
KM Vt PLANTER. FOKMINO TIIK I)1T
rUAHKIl Kl!t PAINt AM) A'ULS
IN Til K WOMJHiF MU)K.T E.
Then PJattera have now rxvn befnrn the public
for two yearn, and, not Itbuan.lln; the lmmetm
Lumhi rof n medle in th form of linlnu-LU. Ire
tioan, pain curern. and ordinary planter, ther bavt
nti Mlliy lurrranrd in nale ar.d Diet lib nulvrrnal
approval, aa cvldr nerd by ov'r mir thounand un
an.uitrd tentltnonala lo our ponnfnnion. Many
minarkaUlf rana bun onno reriiflnd to br well,
known ritizfna In a'l ar: of thn I nlted Vtaten.
roplrn of wblrh will tnnt free of barypto ant
one denlritii tbnn. Inipnunmenin. in manv wavn.
bare bn-en made, an nut'-rntrd by rxperirurcand ue.
until it la tboniht thai tticvarr now prrfrrt in every
n-npert. and tbe ht l'latrr In th world of Midi
line. All wtank from emn ufferr Id lb land In a
in'l trial. Th arlr In Sft rent, allbnuph the
(vmt In double that of any other planter. Hut. aot
wlthntaiidiiij thr efform of the proprietor to make
tbe bent planter In the world for th Irani raowy.
any almiiar rim'dy fan b bought, aumtwm of nh
x riipuloon dealer will he found ready to miarrrr
eui them (or nelflnh motive and endeavor lo aub
Huule olbirn. If you a. k for
Collixs' Voltaic Plastkr
IUtc It If too bae to end to ua for It.
Hold ht all Wholenaie and Ketail Drnpi'inn
throughout tbe I nitrd Mrtea and ( anadan. and by
Wttka a 1'iTTiR. rroprletora, llonion. Man.
Capcine Porous Plaster!
A (ir at imrirovement I 4
niren'.'ilo nirr an
on the tirdiLary pur- i V nirent'ilo nirr and
I pain-killlBtraent in otv.
The mur.!:far'irern reeeivnl ihe hlulo -t and only
award niven to l'oroii l'limtem t the (. enienninl.
We wnrrant llei noti" Ca.ilie 1'laMi r lo be niipo
rior to a!! other l'uroun I'lanliT" aud toull liuimenn.
ASK THOSE AVI 10 KNOAV
Ank nv pbvnichn If Betinou CaprlBo Toro'in
Plantur In not the bent planter in tile world. Thin
remarkable article wan Invented to overeome the
creat oti.iecllou ahvayn found to tbe ordinary poruun
plantur of slow H' lion lu brliulm; relief.
IjAMK I jack.
For lme mid weak hark, rheunintinm. troublen of
the nplne und kidnevn. it In a truly wonderful rein
(lv. l'hvnii iiin ee'rvwhere reiOL'tlizc lln tfli'st nil
pcriority to other poruiin Jiliinler" and to all Hill
meiitr. " It relieven iuin at once nudciiren quicker
llinu any know n pi:iter. Hutment or louipouud.
TT,TTfV THEKK i:rcdaiiL'eronnatid
l.ilL) 1 1 V li t worlhlenn imitation of
KennonV C'apcinc 1'mnter in the market. The cell
tiinu have the word I'upciiio" cut throiiLdi each
planter. Sold bv all ilrulnt. I'riee i"i cenln.
37 Court I'lacp, Louisvillo, Krf
retfiilnrlv rducnted and Iceslly qnallfled phvni
rinn ni:i tbe mont ucccnnfiil, an bin prnclicc
W r't itrn i.i. For.vtn or I'KIVATE. fllKOSK' and
lKX( A1.IISKA!K!. ,
Srr.iiMATouiuiKA axi) mpoTKNcr. "the rennlt nr
elfniiiine III youth, nexual nbunen In iniilurerjenrn,
or otMer c:iuen. and pmdiiriiii: notne of llie lollow
Iiil elTeel-: NiTouiien. nemlnul emlnnlonn illicit
rmi-ion bv dreiiinn,) dlninenn of nl;'l detective
ineinoiv. plivnicill AleiHV. pimiden on ii, f.ue. liver
eloii to'noi le'tv of Miiilen. rotifUnlon M lilenn. Ion
ifeuul power. Ac. renderlii).; ni:iriinU'f Improper
tir tinhippv. 'ire thoroiiL'hlv mid periimneiitly cured.
KVI'llll.l.s positively cured nnil entlrelv eradlciiled
from the nv-iein. (.ONOIIHHHA. UI.KKT. Orclilll-,
Mrlclure. ll. rniii. .or Idipttiri'i. I'llt other prl-
tit it ilineitnen oiiicklv cured.
It In nelf eviib nt Ihiil H pliyideiitll who iflyn npeclal
iilleiillon to it eerlnln clunn of dlneucen. uml Ireulilni;
thoiinuudn iinniiully. nci(Uire ureal nklll. I'iiynli lunn
liliowlnir tlii- f-iet'ofieu reivimineud iernou lo my
jure. When It in Inconvenient lo vi-it t In cUy lor
t: eminent, medleliie-can be ncnt privately n i id nalely
Itv mull or i pre inn w here.
I'll Ks ' il'AliANTilKIl 1 S' ALL CADI'S UNOKU
TAKKN. C'liiniilliilloiin pernoiuillv or by letter ft und In-
vil.'d, ClinrL'i'n riTinoiiuiile uiid cnrrenpuui'eui-c
A l'lllVATICI'tH NSKLOH
llf pniren. nent lo anv adilre.n. nei lirelyaenled,
tlilrtv CI.M ceiitJ. fhoiild be read bv all. (lilre
a almve. (Mllce from H A. M. lo SJ1', M. Siliuluva,
to 4 I'. M.
1 J EATTY I'lnno. Urt-ans beat. T-I.nok for
J atartllnt! Hewn. Orjan. H ntopn. $.Vi I'lanoa
otilv yiMt. l't JW. Urenlur frw. I). V. Beat
Ij, NV'aabllitfluu. N.J.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
F.VKItV WIIMSU fMoNIIAVI KXCEPTIOI.
in : Hullitlii lliilldlns.', WdOtiliKloii Ateinie
H it b n i r I ) t 1 r n HHtnal
I billy Idtdlvered by carrier i per Week 9 'i"
Hv mill t (In advance i one tear '. .. . lo mi
hit month ,'i no
Threii nioullin U VI
onu mouth :ni
Ily mall tin advance) one year $ 3
hlx moiilhn I lit
Thriii month Ni
To club of ten and over i per copyi 1 Ml
1'ontile In all cuni n prepaid.
A d v u r 1 1 m I n K KutONi
Klml liinerllon. per Mpuru 1 W
hubneiietil lllnerlloiin. pi r n(lmill . VI
For one week, per Kjuaii' 8 ll
For two week, per niiinre 4 .Vi
For three weekn ti (!
For lino month 1 ''
Km h additional niiare 4 00
Fiml limertloti. per annum 1 mi
Wilbneiiielit liiertlone .VI
Kluht linen of mild nonpareil cotintltutr n niiiare.
lllnplnyed ndverilni nieiit will he charged knunl
Itiif to Die npni it occupied, at above, mien- there be
Inif twelve linen of nolld type to Ihe Inch.
To reiruliir udv rllnera we offer nupnrlor fndiii e
tuent. hut It an to rule of chartfe ami milliner of
dlnplayliiK their favor.
Local notice twenty renin per line for flrnt Inner
'Ion: leu telitn per linn for i ue.li ubnenuciit Inner
lion. rouitniinirntinn upon nibjectn of ireneral interent
to the public are at all tilmn aneptahle. Kujected
uiaiiiini ripi will not be returned.
I.' Iter and cominuiiiintloii nhmild bv uddrenned
Calm Jlulletlu, tniro, HliiMin,"
J NO. II. flllF.KI.V. (Jeneral Mnna-er.
ClIF-AP WlllTK I)Kf:H OiKHW AMI LlN-
knh. Kli'oiint rtKk if Victoria Lawns
PiiUi'!, Jacoiii'ts, Swisses, Taltlc-liiii'iis
Towi'K Hiiiiiliiirv; Kilin's, etc, just rc
ccivuil from tin! recent foreeil hales in New
Y'irk, now onexliitiition ut Stimrt's Kirlith
Any of Die citizens of Cairo wishing to'o
to Olive Hrajn-li on tint Fourth, can do mi
ley taking the C. A St. L. train at 10 oVlnck
on tin; morning of tin; Fourth, ami getting
olf at Hodges park. Mr. 15. F. Will.urn
will Ik; at the ilcnt with conveyances to
take them out to the place, free of charge.
They cart enjoy tliein.-elves at Olive Uranch
live hours aiel return to Cairo same day.
Mr. Willmrn will return them to the
di'jwit free of charge in time for the
train. The fare to Hodges l'ark and re
turn will he only fifty-five cents. The
Olive Uranch celeldation will 1 aliarliccue
and dance, and will lie made hy Mr. Wi!
lmrn an injoyalile affair.
JUS FIKST LOVK.
I re member
Both of un;
Aud tbe mieling
flappeBtd Uiun :
On tbe rad,
I wan irunhir.p.
Yon wire nby.
Yon were bltmhitf-
o wan I.
1 wa nmltten
So were yon :
(All that' written
Here In true.)
Not a bit.
Vown were p!lK-btt-d
How d iijrhtt I
Bat your father
To be nure
Thob'bt it rallur
Aud yonr moihrr-
Strarne to niy
In the way.
W bat a beam
(You were ncven,
1 wan leti.)
Thut w a many
IIoli'i b any
Iiody (-.now .
AN HISTOIIICAL DL'EL
WHAT CMK OF IT.
In 11. j Annisteiid T. Mason, of
London county, 'a., enti rod the s"ii:itenf
the United States Vullng. hainlsoine, gifted,
wealthy, with all his family prestige aliout
h; ti. He was also iiiii'k to anger and very
overlienring. YVhon in the siimte I lielieve
he w as the younucst iiu inlier of that liody.
His father had liecn ft I'ni ed States senator
hefore him, and w:;s a nephew of the illus
trious (.Jeorge Mason just mentioned.
The McCartys were related, remotely in
Mom I. ami closely hy marriage, to the .Ma
sons tin; sister of this Armistead T. Mason
having married William MeCarty. afterward
a nieinlier of the house of representatives.
In 18 lit, when Mason h id In on aliout four
years in the senate, and when he was not
much over thirty years old, there arose be
tween him and John M. MeCarty, the lu-oth-er
of William, some ditlieulty of a political
nature, which liocanie more and more em
hittered hy the influence of injudicious
friends, until the usual result of such "ililli
eulties'' in those days w as reached.
Mason had a young and devoted wife,
one child, a pretty little hoy hut a few
months old. Their home was called Selitui,
in the county i f London. JohnM. MeCarty
was a lirilli'iint young lawyer of the same
county, ami lie was soon to he married to
the lovely Lucinda Lee. When aliout to
start tortltc "Held of honor" .Mason persuaded
his unsuspecting wife to go on u visit to his
mother, who lived at the old Mason home
stead, liasphcrry Plain, a few miles distant.
All wi re in total ignorance of his intentions,
lie left ith his physician u letter directed
to my mother, a-kinw her. in ease of his
death, to go to his wife ami comfort her.
They fought at Ijlliidenshurg. Mason fell
nt the first fire, and never npoke aga!,i.
Tin! "Id physician and my mother hastened
to his young widow and darling Ixiy, and
had the hard tak of telling first the dreadful
news and transforming a mould which held
nothing hut beauty and happiness for them
into n dreary desert, scarce Letter than tlm
grave. W eeks passed, ho overwhelming was
her grid, hdnre it became certain that she
would regain her senses. Scarcely less
heartrending was the sorrow that bowed
down the dead senator' mother.
In the meantime ; MeCarty. had written to
Miss Lee, relating what he had done.giving
her n week for reflection, and nuking her to
tell lum at the end of that time whether slit!
would marry him after what had happened.
She related to ineloiigafterward, the agony of
that week how she knelt in despair ut her
mother's feet and asked her to decide, how
tlie old lady advised In r to follow her
own heart; how ut last she Kent a note to her
lover inviting him to cull. Their meeting
she did not describe, but it was said that, sit
ting at the instrument as he entered she sang
Come rent 111 Diln lioioni. inv own nlrlckeil deer
Thoie.'li the herd bun Down fiom Hire, thy liotne 1
I know not, I cure not If KUlle'nln thy heiirl :
I but know thut 1 love thee, whatever thou nrt.
Afh r their marriage thev settled i.t Lees-
burg, near Selmii, i
Tlie young widow of Mason at length
asked to go back to Selma, ihe scene of her
short wedded life. Not anticipating what
was to follow, her attendants carried her
into the w ide hall. There, r ising her eyes,
they fell upon the hat und coat, hanoiii";
j ist as he had left them, whi. h l.erhusband
had on when she saw him last. She cov
ered her face, and with a shriek begged to
be taken in the renr rooms of the lnlic.
There she remained. For twenty years she
did not enter the front part of the building.
The rooms there, opening iVom the dreaded
hall, were kept in perfect order, and guesis
(Kctipied them as usual. J'it on the day
when her Isiv the lisping infant when Ids
father fell became ill yciirs ' f age, she in
vi "d all his blood relations to dinm i I
was one of the number. We were all sitting
in the library, toward tiie lear of the boi.se.
when the door ms thrown open und the gray
old butler bowed his announcement. With
out any intimation of breaking tlie habit of
twenty years, Mrs. Mason promptly arose a
frail, fair woman of 40 and, taking the arm
of her son, w alked directly into tlie front icih
and thence to the dining-room, as of old.
Our surprise was great, but no word imiiiu
ting that this was unusual escaped her or
nv of the party. The si"U was broken.
and she shunned the hall no more.
From tin- date of the duel, even m her
deathbed, she never mentione.l the nam.- of
her dead hnsban.l. Her liy grjw up with
the know ledge aud fcclinsr that uu v.nsjie !,
able shudow re.-ted oil iiie hoti.se, coiiccr1'
which, however heavily it might r;-j
the'rsouls, lie must forbear to question i
his mother. I was the first to toll him utter
he had reached manhood all he wished to
know concerning his father's death.
This son, Stevens Mason, was a true
hearted young man. with but little knowledge
of the wori l. With a private tutor, with
k . rvants to anticipate every wi.-h, with a
t-ken rcilicr t idolhe him, he missed
ti'l ts) late certain nectv .ry k- ons in life
which t'i (; could never give him. He
could not refuse to jailor- a not'- fur u friend,
and his mother could not refuse tojoinliini
in whatever he put his name to. For one
moment the shadows or. hi pathway hectned
to lift, but only to settle more heavily alaiut
Ids way Ha' marriiHl a young lady w ho
seemed w orthy of him ; w ho was a ljt lle und
a beauty, He brought hertoSelma, where,
as they "fondly liojied. brightness ami happi
ness were to reign once more. But his
mother, while outwarJl v fulfilling very ob
ligation, did not receive her as a mother
should, greeting her w ith but a formal oftt-i-ing
of tlie hand instead of the exi-crted em
brace and kiss of welcome as she crossed
the threshold. It was doubtless because her
shattered life hid made I.t own affection for
him too oclti.-li. and she did not wish him to
marry anv one. Following closely the first
sh'X-k r disapjviinfment to her young hearts
came a sudden fever, and in three months
from her arrival poor Stevens laid his bride
beside his murdered father.
Their fine estate, with nil that ix-rtaineil
to it, already nu King from their hand, was
soon jiossesscd by strangers. Mrs. M.ivin did
not long survive the loss of Sclmn. Al
though a wife h.'i-l never loved her husband
better, yet she not only refused to speak Li.
name from the day of the duel, but requested
that her own n-mains should not lie buried
at lccsbiirg. aud that no mark should be
placed above her :rrave w hatever it might lie.
She lies in the Congressional cemetery at
Washington, with only the earth and grass
aliove her. Then eantethewarwith Mexico.
Her son for a little time hud theoptortunity
to foruet his troubles under military excite
ment. He was mortally wound. -d by a can
non shot I think it was tit Monterey and
died, a captain of ritles, in the arms of his
lieutenant, one of the Hi ttsof South Carolina
It was an impressive day in London when
the body of young Mason w as received from
Mexico and laid in the shade of the old
church la-side his father and his bride. All
the people as..i iiib!eil and made a public
funeral for him. One of tlie arrangements
was that only blood relations should puss
within a certain railing close beside the
family graves, and I well remember that
although a goodly company had followed
him to dinner when he was twenty-one where
the same relationship had been exacted, and
although he was but twenty -seven nt his
death, yet only three were there two beside
himself to enter the narrow inclosure. So
family and lortune passed away.
Hut not even here ended the' e fleet of that
pistol shot nt niadensbiirg. MeCarty, the
other principal in the duel, also had an only
son, very promising, in whom he took great
pride. Though living but a few miles apart,
tbe two families never renewed theirucquain
lance or spoke to each other. There was a
mutual avoidance nothing more. Young
MeCarty was a frequent sportsman, but in
all his gunning was never known to Met his
foot on any part of the Mason estate, whatever
the luck it might promise. One fatal day,
however, in following the flight of game he
mounted a fence dividing the Mason prop
erty from another's. Attempting to load in
this position his attention diverted, no
doubt, by the jnovcmeiits of the birds or
the dogs he let slip his gun, which explod
ed, and sent the rum md through his head,
He fell on the Mason side, which he had
avoided all his lifeupon the ground w hich
he was to press only in death. And, to
make the dramatic situation complete, Ste
vens M.tson at that moment came riding by,
and the dying youth was carried to Hasp
berry Plain, the blighted homestead of the
Masons, the birthplace of the father's vic
tim, and laid dead in the hall.
This was almost a death-blow to the pa
rents of young MeCarty. His bereaved ).
ther, the slayer of senator Mason, la-cume
erratic, and for much of the time a wanderer.
He would leave his homo without a word
und la' gone for yenrs, and then would ns
suddenly reappear, unkempt and haggard, I
w ith hair long on his shoulders, mid beard
descending to waist.
After nil this the old Mason house at
Raspberry plain stood shut up and empty
for years. In due time, it became "haunt
ed", and us mighuhave been expected, a
pistol shot was sometimes heard there at
night by veracious passers-by. Hut at
length it ptiss -d into careful though stran
ger hands, and is now with Sehint also
once moiu the scene of prosperity i.nd
Go to Stuart's popular and exclusively
rash dry goods k-ousc. if you would save
numcy. No losses from lssik accounts or
old stock, (.'ash transactions and quick
sales insure tin.1 very lowest prices. Sum
nut Dress (.iomls, Parasols, etc, at irices
to close. A visit of inspection is solicited.
Sti aht. Kightll street.
Fon J'kst The business rooms now oc
cupied by Henry Frohma, as a bakery,
Corner of 14th street and Washington ave
nue. For particulars apply to Henry
.lames Fisk. Paducah.
('has. Morgan, New Orleans.
Andy Haiini. Cincinnati. -
Inm Mountain and bar-.'cs, Pittsburg.
ll.'llc Memphis, St. Louis.
.1. S. McDonald and tow. New Orleans.
Josi-pli A. Stone and barges, Memphis.
James Fik, Padiu ah.
('has. Morgan, Cincinnati.
Andy Haiiin, Memphis.
Iron Mountain and bar s, St. Louis,
liclle Memphis. St. Louis.
.1. S. Mi Donald and tow, Ohio River.
J. A. Stone, and barge.-.. St. Louis.
The rivers fell IJ indies at this port
w-ftenhi). ,The guagc, last evening, read
? feet 4 inches.
The City of Helena, from Vicksluirg,
was due up last night.
The A. ('. Donnelly, from Cincinnati, was
due iliwn at midnight.
The J. S. Mi. Donnel passed up the Ohio
'' ' i t . inpties from New Orleans, she
-;:ght up ti hull, which she left
- 1 .hi; John Porter.
lia-James A. Stone passed up the Ohio
w ith u barge of white sand and twoempties.
The Andy Bnum came down the
Ohio w ith a moderate trip of freight. She
mad? light additions here, and depurted for
Tlie Charles Morgan passed up yesterday
morning. Shu had a big trip of people,
but a light freight.
The Ilelle of Memphis, now running lic
tweei; Cairo and St. Imis for the benefit of
the shippers of wheat, made her first trip in
the trade yesterday. She had a very mod
crate cargo Isoth ways, but it is to le hoicd
she will receive a liberal patronage.
Two passengers on the Morgan, whose
name w e were unuMe to learn, narrowly
escfliwd .death on that Iwmt yesterday,
liilo in tliis port. The Morgan hail given
her signal and was pushing out) when the
two men, who were on the wharflniat, made
a rush for her, and making a desperate leap,
lioth went headlong into the hatchway.
One of them vas so '-adly hurt that his re
covery is considered iioubtful. He was from
Louisville. The other one was but sightly
The Iron Mountan came down the Ohio
with four barges of steel rails, 2,L'00 tons.
for Filmore City; 1 barge, (iOO tons, for
Bird s Point ; 2 barges coal for this city;
i barges steel rails for the Missouri Pacific
railroad, to be delivered at St.
Imis; 2 barges steel rails for the
Banib'l and St. Joseph railroad, to be
delivered nt llsnnibal. She also had in tow-
anew model large, bu'lt at Mason City,
for the Mississippi Valley Transjsirtation
company, which she lefi here. This is the
last of eight new barges built by Mason
City folks for this company.
A SKCKETIiiN THAT CoNTAMINATKS TIIE
Pii.iKU). When the bile is diverted from
its proper channels, into the blood, which
is always the case in liver complaints, it
ceases to be a healthy secretion, and be
comea a poison. Its abnormal presence in
the circulation and stomach is indicated by
the still'usion of the skin with a hideous
saffron tinge, by headaches. vertigo, nausea,
pain in tin- right side and under the right
shoulder blade, by indigestion, obstruction
of the bowels, and other minor symptoms.
Order may bo substituted for this state of
chaos, and further bodily evil nverted by
using the beneficent alterative nnd tonic.
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, which, by re
laxing the bowels, promotes the escape
from the ciretih tinn of bilious impurities;
besides rendering the action of the liver
regular, nnd r -moving every tim-e of dys
pepsia. This pleasant an. purely vegetable
anti-bilious medicine is not only infinitely
more elfeetive .Inm any form oi' mercury,
Init is on account of i's freei'oni from hurt
ful properties, infinitely to be preferred to
that poisonous drug.
Smokeiis, if you wish a fine "Key West'
or "Imported" cigar, call at Korsnicycr's
cigar store, It is the only place in the city
almost daily in receipt of fresh goods.
I.CTriF.l'OI.KMVN S UrXDKY.
Mrs. Lettie Coleman has reopened her
laundry on Fourth street, between Wash
ington and Commercial avenues and takes
this method of informing her old friends
and patrons that she is again at their ser
vices, and solicits their patronage. She
has reduced prices to suit the times.
ConiTiioi-sic Saloon. This saloon, un
der the management of Mr. John II.
needier, grows in popularity with its pat
rons. And so it should, for' Mr. B.
prides himself ou the quality of
his liquors, wines uil cigars. Un dis
penses none but the best of these attii h ,
-Meals are al -o piovided at the house at ad
hours. The- public are invited to give him
Tn K New Glass oil Cans, Simmon's Its.
frigators, Water OwMcrs and Ice-Cream
Freezers at A. If alley 'h, 11.1 Commercial
Waxtkd. A business man with some
meuns as partner or on salary for a com.
mission business. Address ('., Planters
Tin fruit cans nt A. IIalley's,botli whole
sale and retail, at bottom prices.
Treasurer -h F. I'arkur.
Clerk-.). II. riillll.
I'ounnelor Win. H. Gilbert.
Mfir-hiil C. I). Arter.
Altoriier-W. if. .Mdice.
1'ollie Mulnirale--.I. ,1. Bird.
lUiAWl or Al.tifllMRN.
Flrnt Ward -(ieo. Yoeiim. W in. O'Callnhan.
Seeoml W ard Wood Ititteiiliounc, K. II. X tiintlc-
Third Ward -W. I1. Wrl-lit. John Wood.
Fourth Ward -I'hiirlc u. Taller. 1). .). Fnlcv.
Filth Ward-T. W. Ilulllduy, i'hu. Liuicann'-r.
Circuit .ludfc- IV .1. linker.
Circuit Clerk-.l. A. Heevrn.
I '.MiBty ,lude- (. S. Vik tun.
County I lerk- S. .1. Ilutntn.
County Attorney W. I'. Mulkev.
CouniV T amiri r A. J. Allen.
Micrtu" Peter sanji.
Coroner- It. Fuwru.r..
County CoiNininnjiH er T. W. ktulllduy, M. V.
mn. (ieo. W, Summon.
OTICK TO CONSUMERS
The preat celebrity of our TIN TAO TOIIACCO
has caused many Imitation thereof to lie placed oi.
Ihe market. We. therefore caution ull riiewera
8"ln-t iurcha"li)C nurh imitation.
All di aler btiyliii; or felling other plug tobacco
bearing a bard or metallic label, render thein-elve
liable to the peaiiilly of the taw, ar-d all (n-rneni vio
lating our trade murk are punishable by t'.nc and
imprisonment. See act of Concre. Atljr. 14. ISTtt.
The genuine LOKKILARD TIN TAO TOBACCO
con be dtntlngulched hy a TIN TAO on earn lump
with the word I.OHIUI.AItD r-tamped thereon.
Over T.OHS toun tobacco Hold in 117, and Dearly
3,000 peroi'. emplojcd In factorle.
Tlie paid Government In 1877. about $n..O0,fXl0,
and during pant 12 year, over JW.OM.000.
Tbeee goola nold by all jibber al mintilncturcr'
rThi TIN TAO 8MOKINO TOBACCO !
"nccohd to none'' In srnaii, mildnenn, purity and
XEW YORK STOKE,
WHOLESALE AXD BETA I L.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX THE CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth treet and I.
Commercial Ave., )"
C. O. PATIER & CO.
O you w ant to iiicre-ane your trade or build up a
mine, or mum up a new nusinen?
It PjIVW To let people know what von have to
JlJ rt.' s sell. How that can be done at the leant
cont ia worth inking about. N wnpapcm reach
mure people at I len epmae thltt my oilier mean
oi commutilcitloii. IRncc, an ailMirtlnemetil that
can tie riven tbe mont rirculntlon for the ninnev. in
pood paper. I the nurrnt way to develop your
oiiniiienn. j o iry lor nucu Jit! Wll'l I
Send for a copy of our Standard lint and li-i'ii w hat
un linmiiine circulation yon can get fora nmall mm.
OEO. P. KtiWF.I.l. (I .
HI Spruce Street, New York.
N. H. On everv order for this Met wo will give yon
over bill fa million clrcululioti in other paper w'itn
810. 20. 850. 8100.
Invented Judiciously In Stock i Option or I'rlvil
cceni. i a nnre roud'io rapid fortune. Full detail
and Official Stock Kxclnmge lteporin free. Adclren
T. Pottkii Wii.iix Co., Bunker. 35 Wail Street.
IF VOLT VKK
GOING TO KANSAS
Send for Free (iulde giving full nnd reliable In'or
miitloii in ri-L'iird to Ihe chenpent. mont productive,
nnd bent located fiirmlng IiiiiiIh in the State. Ad-dre-
,r. 1-:. !.( -Jv V )( )I, lieiieral Immi
gration Agent, Kuiinun City, .Minnourl.
SIMIAY SCHOOL ("ONVEXTIOV.
IOVNDUY, MACHINE SHOP AND
L STEAM FORGE.
Vulcan Iron Works
:i OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS.
John T. Ixoimio,
H AVISO entiibllnlied hi work ill the above men
Honed piiico in belter prepared tluin ever for
niiinuiaciuring sn inn j-.tigliie ami .Mill .Machinery
Having a Steam Hummer nod mi pie Tool. Ihe
muiiiiriicture of all kind of Machinery. Itailroiul,
Steamboat und llrldge Forging niude a 'npecially.
Knpeelal attentloii given lo reiialrnof Engine aud
lira C'untltig of all kind made to order.
11 po Fitting In all Its lirutichen.
I'll YSI LOGICAL
"ic;w of rarrin;o!
W' vll i y A (iulde to Wedlock i and
M ViM i V. ceiilldetitinl tremlne on ihe
ilutien of mil rrlntri- aud the
AND cminen tluil unlit lur It; the
VP1M t M.'ecrel of Hep iiilnciloii and
j'l,JliI.Vll ij,,, ii,,. ,. of Women. A
book for private, cuti-lderiiii' lending. ;'' "i,''n.
Price .Ml cent.
A PlflVATi: MKIHCAI. ADVISKIt!
On all ill-order of n prhate miture arMim from
n.-lf iibune, excencn. nr necret dlneane". Willi the bent
meuii ol'ciire, '.Ml lurv-e page, price Ml i-eiit.
A cllnlclil lei'tlirt' nil the above dlneane and llione
of the Ihroat. Ill lit-, niuirrh, ruilure, the opium
hnblt. e'e.. price 111 rent,
Khher hook neiit tmni.tiHlil on recelot nf tirlce: nt
all lliree. containing !KW page, lieautlllilly llluntru
led. for 7ft Ceiit.
Addret Dll UITT8, No. Vi N. fill It., St. I.otlll
Am not advcrtlned n '-euro-all" but are nioH-,c in
the dineanen for w hich they are rrcomnioiiiJed.
INVF.STIflATOHS of natural clencc hive denoi-ntr-ited
beyond rontrovernv thut tbniuekcMit the
anliu.il kiliL'ilom the "nurvlval of the flttent " ia thi
only law vouclinatlng thrift and perpetuity. Doea tint
the name principle govern th commercial proniierliy
of muii!1 An Inferior can ,iot niipemeile apiirf
article, Ily reunon of nuperlor merit Hr. l'lerci'i
Stnnilard Meillclnen have outrivaled all oilier.
Their naln In the t'nll-d Sliiten alono enceiiln onu
Hi i 11 ton dollar per annum. mIiIIu Ihe amount ex
ported fooin up to nevi-rnl hundred tbounand nor.
No bimlnenn could grow to nueh gigntitle propor
tiotii und rent upon at.y other banln than Wiat o
Dr. Sage's Oitnrrh RemHy
IS I'LEASANT TO USE.
Dr. Safe's Catiirrli Remedy
lln cure e.stendi over a period of JO ymr.
Dr. .Sage's Catarrh Remedy
lm ale counlantly Iticrcnte.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Cured by It n.lld. nootliilig eflect,
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Curi a cold In hi id and Cutarrh, nr Uzomia.
All Opt n Lfttcr-It Speak for Itself:
Uni KIMIlT. MAnn., April i. IK" 7.
Mil. EnrroKt Having read In vour paper the re
port ol tl.e 'eniarkalue i-uren of catiirrli. 1 am lu
diiced to teii what i know about catarrh, and 1 Glu
ey the - Mill If" and "iiibiillng tube" makern-mi
dollar gr.ibbere wnuld he gluil if lhv could embm
.oti a nimllar cure in tho paper. For twenty yt-ura
1 hiiv '.ittered with catarrh. The nunal pannajr
bee-line completely clnm-d. Snuff, dunt. anh-w. In
hal ng tube and ntick would not work, thoutth at
lute v " I would unuirtip the nceculled catarrh nufl
iiilil I became a valuable tenter for uch mciiiiLie.
I grtn' i.illy grew rne. and no one can know bow
miii h I nuflered or w hat I minerable being wan. My
hen,: ncheil over my even o that I wai ennflued to
mv I ti lor niuny aiicreanive day. niifT- ring the mott
ini-nre p-iin. which it one time lamed for W hour.
All ncune of lante and nmell gone, night and lnarir.g
gone, uenoii ayntcm (hullercd nud conmliuiiou
oroaeii, and I waa hawkinii aud nnirtinc neveo-
eighth of the time. 1 prayed for death to mile-re
me of my nuffering. A favorable ntlre 1 your
paper of Ir. Suge Catarrh Hemedv luduced rrie to
pun bane a package and nne It withlr. Sage aanut
douche, which applie the tt-medy by hydroawoc
prennuro. the rmlr way compatible with coromou
nenne. Well. Mr. Editor. It did not core me In tiiroe
fouHh of i nernnd. nor in one hour nr month, but
In len than eight minute I wa relieved aud in
three mouth cured and have remained wi for ow
lt moniha. While uning tbe Catarrh Remedy I need
Iir. I'lerce'a Oolden Medical Dincovenr to purify niy
blood and atrcngthen my rtomach. I alno kepi rny
liver active and bowel regular by the une if biit
Pleanant Purgative Pellet. If my experictir will
Induce other uflerer in neck the name mean of re
lief, tola letter will base aunwered it purponn.
Your truly, ti. 11. KKN.NICW.
CLOUD OF WITNESSES:
The following named pemoni ire amonc the
thounand who hive been cured of citirrh by Ui
one of Hr. Sage' Citirrh Kemedr:
A f Ilown. New nevi. Pi; 1) J Brown 8t. 3t
ph. Mo; E V Lewi, Kutland Yt; Chi Norrrop.
North Cheu-rneld, Me; Milton Joue. bcribi. N Y ;
.1 E Miller, Hrldger Station. Wr; 1 C Merrymm,
M M Pont. Loginnport. lud; J W Bailey, Trcmout,
Pa-, II B Avert. Liiorte. Ind; Je M Seara. Fort
Brunch. Ind; L 1. William. Canton. Mn; W W
TLnn-r. Onirga. Ill; S Jl Nirhnl. .Ir, OalvcntAn,
Tex; F Iteinert, Stoncville. Pi; S W Ltlnk, McFlr
land, Wi: Johnon Wllllum. Helmirk. O; Mr M
A Cnrrv. Trenton, Tenti; J (i rfonlln, Kene. NH
A .1 Caper. Tihle Kork, W Vi; Loui Audi-,
Uriyiport. O; I'll Chane. Elkhart; Ind; Mr Hen
ry llalght. Sin Fnncinro. Cil; Mr E M (iallueha,
Lawrencevillc, N Yj W J Oraham, Adel, lo; A O
Suillh. Newman. Cia: Ch E Idee, Baltimore, Md;
Jenne M Sear. Carllnle, Jnd: Dan Miller, Fori
Wayne. Ind; Mr .Minnie Arnalae. Sfm !rlancv-l,
NtillW Hall, llantlng. Mich; Win K Mur'toti,
Uiwell.Ma; Mra CJ Spurtoti, Camden, Ala; C r
Kaw. Kr.-dericktowo. O: Mr Lucy Uunlar. Firm
lugton. Ill; dipt E .1 Spaulding, Camp Stambingh.
Wy; I W Tracy. Steamboat Hock, lo; Mr Lvd
Walte, Shuhan. N Y; .1 M Peck. Junction City,
Mont; Henry Hot' Banta. Cal; L P Cummlnga,
Hantoul, 1U: S K.Ione. Puebetoti. Four Corm'r,
N Y: lieo F Hull. Ebonln, Cal; Wm E Bartrie,
Sterling Phj H PSam. Wt Penu t, Plttnbnrg.Pa; J
H Jacknmn. Minncl Depot. Ky; Henry Zobivt, Gen
eva. N Y; Ilnttie Parrot. Montgomery," Ohio; L I.ed
work, Chatham, 111; h 11 McCoy, Nanhporl. O; W W
Warner. North .lacknoti. Mich; Mary A Winiie, li
rleu. WU; John Zlcgler, Carline Spriiig. Pu; Jan
Tonipkin. St Cloud, Minn; Knocb Uin-r, i'awnea
City, Neb; .loneph T Miller, Xelila. O; SB Mclin!,
t.alvemon. Tex; H L Laird. I pper Alton, II); Johu
Jlavl Prencott, Arizona; .Mr Naticv Orahaiu, For
ent drove, Oregon; J W Hubert, Maricopa, Ari
zona. (ioi.DKN Medical DisoovEKr
I alterative, or blood cleanning.
(i0LDi-N Medical Discotehy
Cioldkn Medical Dicovirv
I a Cholugo'uc, or Liver Stimulant.
Golden Medical Discovekv
By reanon of It alterative pronertle ciirei dineanen
of Ihe blood and nklu. a ncroliila or king's evil; tu
mor": ulcer, or old nnre; blotchen; i;inpl
aud erupilou. By virtue of lu pectoral properties
it cure hroiichinl, throat and lung atl'ectlona: iiK tin
1 in t conniiiiiptloii; lingering cough and chronic
liirvnitltln. 1 1 cholagogue qualltle n-niler It an nn
ripialed remedy for billoimne, torpid liver, or "liv
er complaint; ' and it tonic propcrttc make It
eiplally eltlcHcloii 111 curing ludlgenttnu, Ion of ',
peiltn and d.vnpepnla.
Where the nklu I nnllnw and covered with hlou-bca
and plniiile. or where there are crofulou aflec
t....u ru.....lli....u . r..... U....I.... ..n. ;..i.i....
iii'iii mm pni iMiik'i-, n n w oiiiiii'n in v.iiiie'u ,ni Ullnl
DincoM-rv will elfect an entire cure. If vim feel
ilnll. ilrmvnv. (leblUtnleil. Iinvi. nnllou' color nf .liln
oryellimlnh-tirown npot on face or body, frequent
lieiulache or dizzluenn. tiud t.-inle In mouth, internal
bent or chill alternated with hot flunhc, low nplriiH
nnd gloomy forehodlng, Irregular appetite aiul
ti.iiL'Hi- coaled, you are aulterlng from torpid liver
or billouniienn. Iii muny cane ol dver complaint
onlv pint of thene vniptom are experienced. A a
remedy lor all nueh cnne, Dr. Pleree tiolden Medi
cal IMncoverv bun tioeiual. an It effect perfect cure,
li'u!iik- the liver ttrengthetiud aud healthy.
The People's Medical Servant,
mi. n. v. pierce
i ihe role proprietor and mnnnlacturer ol the fore-k-olng
eliiedle, nil of w hich are old bv drugglMH.
fie In alno the anthi rof the People' Cutnmon Senu
Medical Advlner. a work of nearly one Ihuunaml
pngc, wltli two hundred nnd elgbtv-two wood eu
griivlng and colored plate, llu bai already uld of
till poulur work
OVEU 100,000 coriEs.
rrlcc(pot paid) $1.50. AdilrcM
It. V. PIERCE, M. !.,
World'i PlepcBtiry, Biflilo, Sew York