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CAIRO. ILLINOIS. Fill DAY MORNING, MAY 5, 1882.
Muyor N.n. Thistlewood.
Treourir T J.Kerth.
C'lurk Dettiila. J, Foley.
Manihal-L. H. Meyer.
BOAHU Of ALDBHKtK.
Kirn Wsrd-Wm.Mcntlo. T. M. Klmbrongh.
Second Wrd-Jeo llinkle. C. N. UiiKhe.
Third Ward U. K, Rlake.Jobu Wood,
fourth Ward-Charle. 0. Patter, Adglph Swo-
L h Ward-T. W. Ilalllday. Krueit B. Pattlt.
Hrcnit .Indue 1. J. linker.
Circuit Clerk A. U. Irvln.
County Judno K. H Vocinn.
Comity Clcra H. J. Iltimrn.
County Attorney J . M. Damron.
County Tranrer-Mllei W. Parker,
r-litriir John Houjcct.
Coroner R. Fitrirerald .
County CoramlMionofi-T. W. Ualllday, J. A
tilbb and Peter hanp.
CAIRO BAPTIST. Corner Tenth Mid Poplar
eircutit; prcathluii flrl and tiilid Sundaya Id
eaob mouth. 11 a. m.and7:)u. m : prayer meet
I, TUur-day, 7: p. n,: H.ufjy ;
CIirKCH OF TUB KRDKEM BK Kvtlicopai)
lfourueoih ilroet; Sunday 7:a m , Holy
KucharM; :) a. m , Sunday acbool ; U oia.m.,
Morning Prayer; 7:3' P. m., Evening Prayer. K.
1'. DaveDport, 8. T. U. Mector.
IJMItbT MISSIONARY BAPTIST C1IUHCH.
V Prcacblnx at 10:3" a. D...S p. m., and l:10 p. m.
.nt.batb school at 7:90 p. m Ret- T. J. Bborei,
f UTIt KUAN Thirteenth itret; tervlu: Hab
J j umh J: so a. m.; Huuday echooHp.m. Rev.
tuii p, pat 'it.
MKTHODIHT-Cor. Bl(?hth and Walunt UwU,
Preaching Sabbath ll:U0a. m. and 7:80 p.m.
hund ecuoolat 4:00 p. m. Rev. J. A.&carrett,
1 1 iiKBYTEHIAN Elt-'bUi itreet; preach Uifj on
nUeUn WeJ.ie.day at 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School
II 8 p. m. Ilev 11. Y . Ucore, paator.
ti f josKI'H 'B--t Roman Catholic) Corner Cn.a
O nd Walnut Mret: aervlc Sabbath 10:30 a.
si.: riui. !av School at i p. m.; Veper i p. m. : er
r;c- "every 'day at 8 a. m. Kc. O Hara, Priest.
H.nllM Corner Ninth
b .irect and Wahlnirton avenue; ewjle! Seb-
OMh 6 and 10 a.m.; veper a p. n.; oi.
i p. m. acrvlcee every day at 8 a. m. Kev. MasU;ion
li. II. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R.
TRAINU DKI'AKT. , , mMiWUV.
Vail 3:13 a m I tMall 4:o5a.m
tAc,:om dllori.U:l()a m BipreM 'J
tEiprec l I Accomoatlo..4:(5 p tn
' MISS CENTRAL It. K.
Vll C15i.n tWI - .. s:'P-ro
lixuroK 10:l6a tn
ST. L. C. R. R.
EiprcM l'J:i5 a.m I
Accom'daiton. l:iip.m I
bT L.. I M
Expr n::ip m I
llrmiii nktirin. i: ill I) in
Accom'dntoln 1:05 p.m
AS. K R
tKxpr x:5" l"n
tAccxira'dalion 11:45 a.m
WABASU. ST. I.OI H PACIFIC K it CO.
Mall it E .... 5:ftM.m Mill Ex.... S:JJp tn
Oaily except Sunday, t Dally.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Lino Running
9 DAILY TRAINS
U From Cairo,
Making Direct Cunnkotion
E ASTEKN LINES.
TiuiNt Liavi CitH'i: '
3:15 u m. MrtU,
ArrlyltK In St. Lniiln 45 a.m.; CtilrBRo,:30i.m.;
ComiKCtiiiK nt Odin and KiiliiKham for Cfncin
nall, Loulorilltf, Iudlainipolu and poluta Kant.
1 1:10 a.m. Ht. Ijouia anil Western
Arrlvlntflnet.Loiii.TiOSp. m., and coniusctliiij
for all point. v'uit.
4:liU p.m. KaHt Kxpreas
iorSt I.ouia and Chicago, arriving at St. Loula
10:40 p.m., and Chlcauo 7;J0 a.m.
4:liO p.m.Cinoinniitl ICxpren.
Arrlvlnir at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Loirtuvllle 7:20
a m.; IndiauapoU. 4:IW a.m. PaKHnnpTi by
thiK train reach the above points la to 30
HOURS In advance of any other routo.
'-Thp4:jn p. m. eproM hit PULLMAN
hLKKPINtl CAR Cairo W Cincinnati, without
chr.ici, and through ileepertto St. Loul. and
Fast Time Jast.
I.i semi (wa bT tnl" 111,0 K0 'hro"Ptl 10 i'V1"
J ilhiLilJ;tlS crn points without any dulny
eaiifed by Sunday Intervening. The Saturilay after
noon (roln from Cairo arrive In now York Monday
morning at 1'::j. Thirty aix hour Id advaiiccul
ny other route. . .
rTKor through tickMa and further liiformtlon,
apply at llllnolK Cjutral Railroad Depot, Cairo.
J AS. JOHNSON, J. II JON KB,
Oen . Southern A (rent. Ticket A(tont.
A. II. HANSON, in. Pv. Aifont. Chlcaao
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R. II
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
KxpreM mid Mall leave Cairo, every dny oxcopt
8nndayntlil:;r) a.m. ArrlVv. 4::tt p. m.
Accommodation arrlvei at 1S:05 p. m. nud do
parte at 1 :- p. m.
EOIIGE II. LEACH, M. D.
, L'livssician and Surgeon,
' Hpoolul ftttmitlon paid to the Ilomooimthlc trout.
nieut ofmtKlial dlavarc!, aud dlaounue of woman
and chlhlrcu. .
Ofllco: On Mill olroot, opponlto tbo Poatonico,
J)R. W. C. J0CELYN,
OFFICR-Eluhtli 8tret, near ComerctaJ Amnu
H. K. W. WHITLOCK,
Orio No, las Commercial Atonue, batmen
Jtiibtn and Nlutb Street
(Jt W. WHEELER, '
Summer Wood am Kindling
con.tantly on band
At Seventy-five cents per load.
Btavo Trim minces
At one dollar per load.
The 'trimming" are coar. shaving and make
the beat ummor wood for cooking pnrpoa well
a the cheapest ever told In Cairo. For black
mllh'i utu lnnettliii; lire, they are unequalled
Leve ynor orduri at tbo Tenth atreut wood yard
'A ' S
7. T3 L
- C a
FLUB Y BOAT
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE fea.q STATES.
On r.nd after Monday, Jane 7th, and ontll larther
notice thefenr'noHt will make trip ae follow:
Ml'touii Land'g. Kel.torky Ld .
Foot Fourth t.
8:(i0 a m.
10:00 a. m.
J:on p. m.
1 p. m.
8:30 a. m.
10:30 a. m.
( a. re.
11 a. m.
ft p. m.
5;00 p. ra.
A New ami Compii'te H itnl. frontliiR on Levee
.?croii(i aim Kniiruaa Slreuti",
Th PaMcnccr 1) -not of Ihu ChlraL-o. St. LouIh
an' -Cow Urlenn; Illinoln Central; Waliach. St,
I.oul. and I'ai'lflc; Iron Mountain and Hnnlium,
MohilB and Ohio; nun ami M. I.oiiih Knilwnvs
are all Just acrona the tnvt: while the Steatnbout
I.anninu 1 lint one 'iunri' ilieunt, ,
IhlHiliitiil 1 healed iiy Htearn, hn team
Laundry, Ilvdranilc Elevator, Kledrlc Call Hells,
Automatic Ki re-Alarm. Baths, aboliitely pure air,
perlect eworai;e and uunpleti! appointment.
Superb furniahine;; perfect avrvlcu; aud an un
Ii. J PAUKKI1 .Sc C;o.,I...mppb
Conimci'cial Avonuo anil Eighth Street,
OA II IO. ILLS.
K. IUIO.SS, I'rttHlilent
I P. NRKF, Vice Prck'nt
I T. J. Kerth, A'l caiih
11. WELLS, Cashier
K, Bro Cu'ro I William Ktiue. .Cairo
I'elerNrlV " William Wolf.... "
C, M Onterloh " I (1. O l'utler "
K. A. Uudur " II. Well
j. 1. ummmui, wttiuuouta.
AOEN'EH.V'. HANKING ItUSINKMS DON u.
Exclianuti old and boiii.'ht. Inlum.t nalil In
the Havliijr Department, cnllvcilou! inailo and
all biialuutu proinplly attended to.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATHS it & 00.,
Oor.Niuotoonth (treat) ' Paifrt Til
ConimorclalAYenmt vttUU XUt
rpiiE CITY aATI05AL bank.
Ol Uiklro. Illiiiois.
71 OHIO LBVEE.
A General Bank hip; busincHs
TJIOS. V. 1IAI.I.UJAV.
pNTEKPKISE SAVING BANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAYINGS BANK.
TIIOS. W. 1IALI.IL) AY,
O O A I
S Tinware. B
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Kiarbeet Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'8 PATENT
WTiolcpalo Uoaler in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR T0N,WELI
?U!KED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Spocialtv.
t) vy KICK:
Cor.TweHtb Street and Levee.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY,
UREK A! EUREKA!!
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUli
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society
OF OAT HO.
Orpunl.cit Julvlltli, 1877, Iu;1it the Laws 0
tbo Mute of IllliwlH. UopvrlKlitod Julv
I), 1R77, TJuder ArtofCoiiKrosH.
P.O. SClirn PrB!drnl
C. T. KUDI) Vice PruMdeM
J. A. GOLDSTINK TMamiror
.I.J. (iOKl)UN Medical Ailvmer
THOMAS LEWIS Heoretur"
JOHN C. WHITE AnBlftant UHcrutary
II. LEKHITON, I.. S. THOMAS,
J , C. WHITE, W'.F. PITCHER,
William Strallon, of Slralton A lllrd, whnlcalti
grocer; Paul U. Schuh, Vthokwnleniid retail drua-
Slat; Ilazon Lo1liton, rouuullou merchant; ,1a.
. McUahey, ltinibnr dealer; J. J. (lordon, phy
lclan; J. A. Uoldnlno. of Ooldhtlno ft Kuenwntur,
wholenle and retail dry (food, etc; W111.F, Pitch
er, Konernl aKi'iit; Henry 11. Ellin, city printer and
book bliider; Che.luy llayue. Cooper; Juo. C.
Whlto, alatant aecnitary and aollr.ttori Albert
Lewi, dealer In Hour ami (fraln; F. Uro, proal'
dent Alexander County Bank; (J. W. llundrlck,
contractor and builder; Cvrui Clou), itonorul
k'ent;Tlionm Lowl, ocrelary aud attorney at
law; L, S, Thoma, broom manufacturer; W. K
l(itol. contractor and hnlldor; C. T, Rndd
aKOUlC. Ht, L. 4N. U. railaoad;Moa Phllllpa.car
in'iiter; II. A. Chiimbluy, contractor, Cairo, 111.
Rev. J. Spencer, clwrKvnmn, St Umla, Mo.) ,). II.
Uuthuno, circuit clerk. Mlllppl couuty, Chnrlet
ton, Mo. ; J.U. Moore , lawver, Commerce, Mo.'
1). Hl.ipletnrv, pbv.lctan, Arllhirton, Ky.; J. W.
Tarry, plivntclan, Fulton, Kv. ; Wnt. Ryan, farmer,
Murrv, Kv. A. Stiilubach, luanulartiiror of aad
dlerv, Evanvlllo, luil.;lke Andurtou, enretury
to uperlnteiidoiit C . Ht. L. N O. railroad, Jack
on, Tcnn ; J. H. lioburlKou, phv.lclan, WtilUt
vlllii, Tenn.) Tlmmai A, O.horn, harnea maker,
llollvar.Ton , :Wm.L. Walker, "DUlu Advcr
tiling Akcocv " IIol Iv bprlne. Mini
W. K. Laxiiihm, river editor orTn llui.i.rnt
and iteanilioat pasener ai;ent. Order fur nil
kliidofit,eamboat Job prlntliifj aolicltcd. Ofllco
a Planter Hotel, No, 51 Ohio lovec.
Ttiu river marked by the gauge last even
ing at this poiot at ono p.m., 32 feet !I
inches and rising.
Cincinnati, May 4-0 p.m. River 20 feet
10 inehes and fulling.
Pittsburg, May 4-P p.m. River 4 feet
1 inch and falling.
Ht. Louis, May 4-0 p.m. River 23 feet
8 inches uud falling.
Nashville, May 4-0 p.m. River 0 ftet
3 inches and falling.
Louisville, My4th 0 p.m. 9 feet 8 in
ches in the canal and 7 feet 8 inches iu tlio
chute on the fa in, and falling.
T John B. Maude from St. Louis ar
rived lout evening at 5 o'clock. After re
ceiving eonsiderablo freight she departed
The Ch as. Morgan arrived hero Wednes
day night at 10 o'clock. he was four iluys
and five houre out from New Orleans.
After she only stoppetl here a few monitnts
took a barge of Pittsburg coal with her aud
went up the river in rapid style.
The Golden Rule from Cincinnati ur
rived heraat 3 a. m. Wednesday. .She re
mained here about seventeen hours receiv
ing freight for New Orleans. When she
lelt she was as full as a "tick."
The towboat Henry Loury arrived here
yesterday from Memphis. Some of the
crew went back to attend the trial in re
gard to the little shooting match between
the captain and mate.
Tlio Andy Bium from Memphis landed
hero yesterday. She had an excellent
freight trip and a fair passenger list.
Notwithstanding the hot weather, bad
ness on the wharf was very good yesterday.
The Vint Shmkle Saturday lor Memphis
for a pleasant passage down the Mississip
pi witli clever officers. Tlie Slunkle is the
boat and also remember that W. F. Lamb
din will furnish tickets ut the lowest rates.
Hurrah for the Saff ird, our little Cairo
and Mound City packet I We are pleased
to learn that she is doing well.
The oij- of if.;w urieaua uiw, utjt.oUi
day from the sunny south for St. Louis.
She was flying light. After a short stop,
slieBtruck out for a homo run on the fly.
The C. W. Anderson from Nashville ar
rived yesterday at 11 a. m. with a fair trip.
She left on her return trip with a good lot
of freight and a few passengors.
The B. S. Rhea leaves .Nashville this
evening for Cairo. A party of Nash
ville's elite of society people will make the
round trip. Some 18 or 20 couple have
The U. P. Schcnck for New Orleans
Sunday. She will receive 150 bblsof Hour
The John L. Rhoades from St. .jouis for
Pittsburg passed up yesterday. N
The Gus Fowler as usual had another
trip yesterday both ways. She is like
clock work always on time, and hi certain
ly by far tho best packet that ever re
presented the trade.
Capt. James Rees couldn't have selected
a mora popular name tor his elegant new
steamer, which will come out this fall than
Wirl S. Hays. Mr. Hays is universally
popular, and wo know that ho will write
many handsome notices of the beautiful
steamer, which is to bear his name.
Cured a 20 Year's Invalid.
No. 422 Eutaw Street, Haiti more, Mury
ltiiid. Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo. N. Y. :
Dear Sir My wile wis a hopeless invalid
for nearly twenty vents. Your "Favorite
Prescription" has cured her. Gratefully,
R. T. McCav.
NEWS NOTES AND COMMENTS.
Forster, the coercion secretary for Ire
land, has resigned.
Four noble Russi.irt officials have been
exiled for embezzlement.
The English cabinet council failed to
agree on un Irish programme.
Tlio river is encroaching on tho fields
near Cahokia aud Eabt Carmdelct.
Bad debts arc assigned as the causo of a
Louisville grocery firm's suspension.
Ex-Guv. C. II. Harden has given $19,000
to enlarge tho buildings of Hardin col
lege. Justice Hohncmann of Columbia, Mon
roe county, 111., committed Buicjdo Tues
day. All the motions to quash indictments in
the Btar-routo straw-bond cases are over
ruled. The first caso tried in Cincinnati for vio
lation of the Smith Suuday law resulted in
Tho last Bpiko at tho junction of the Mis
souri Pacific and International aud Great
Northern railroads, was driven Tuesday
with Imposing ceremonies.
The president will proclaim the riot act
against tho lawless cow-boys in Arizona, aud
if they don't disperse he will send the troops
The New Y'otk emigration commissioners
are out of funds, aud there is a prospect
that Castlo Garden will have to he closed.
Henry Fredericks, who claims to be a
captaiu iu tho American navy. haslccu ar
raigned in tho London police court charged
with an attempt to commit Buicido.
Tho latest report is to tho effect that the
Russians have taken measures to prevent
rich Jews from emigrating. It must bo
pleasant to amass wealth in such a country
There seems to bo a placid belief in
army circles that tho Indian troubles aro
over fur tho present because tho hostile
are almost certain to escape into Mexico
before tho troops can catch them.
Tho newspapers of tho country are repub
lishing everywhere an item from a New
York journal concerning a Philadelphia
girl with a queer nose. This noso is de
scribed as tlio exact counterpart in form of
a large tomato aud as of a bright red color.
The girl is pretty, with the exception of this
feature, but her horror of her owu face is
such that her mother says eho has not
looked in tho glass for einht years. The
mother of this astonishing young lady ac
counts for tho fact a. follows: "My Jane
was bom," she says, "in Sopttinber, and wo
then lived on a tomato farm in New Jer
sey. We had a litlle canning establish
ment on our place, and all that season wo
did nothing but can and can tomatoes. I
peeled and peeled and cut and cut toma
toes, till I was just sick of tho sight of
them red things. Then toward the latter part
of tho summer a big bushel basket of toma
toes fell down on me oil a shelf where we
used to stack them, and nearly scear'd me
to death. And then, when my Jane was
burn, she had that strange red nose shaped
like a tomato." And this is the item the
newspapers of the country are republishing
We must confess that wo see nothing in
thin story of a tomato-nosed Philadelphia
girl to command the attention the editors of
this broad land are bestowing upon it. A
girl with an astonishing nose is not such a
great curiosity in Chicago she- would be
no curiosity at all -and a nose shaped like
a tomato 1W rorfninly nnf . una, v.ln.;vn.
ly speaking. Suppose that instead of can
ning tomatoes that Philadelphia girl's
mother had been engaged in making
cheese, then there would have been some
thing to talk about. Just imagino a pretty
girl with a 35 pound cheese for a nose ! Or,
if the mother had been churning milk,
what Bort of a Suly nose would a roll of
butter make? Then, too, there would have
been something to talk about.
As for the color of the nose, which is at
tracting so much attention, that 13 even less
of a novel feature th m it i'.inii. Red noses
are not such raro objects anywhere now-a
days, especially among tho men. In Cin
cinnati they aro tho fashionable thing; in
St. Louis they are not uncommon, aud even
in Cairo they are frequently met with.
Everybody knows them. Their mothers
must have been engaged in canning lob
sters steadily for mouths before the sons
were boru. Really, tho more wo think
about it' tho less we see in that item about
tho tomato-nosed Philadelphia girl. There's
nothing in it.
or those with weak lungs, spitting of
blood, bronchitis, or kindred affections of
throat or lungs, send two stumps for Dr. R.
V., Pierce's treatise on these maladies. Ad
dress tho doctor, Butlalo, N. .
gliiwr, "that's laying it on too strong."
"True as you're here," said tho first
engineer. Pd introduceyoutotho pray
ing firemen, but they cut the business
after that run, and I kinder lost sight
of 'em. Well, wo got within ten miles
of Philadelphia and I begun to stop
"Yes; I knew I couldn't do it inside
0' ten miles, und I didn't quite fetch it
at that; for when we ran into the station
wo smashed in the bumpers and lipped
up about twenty feet o' tho platform be
fore old long-legged Jim would ngreo
thirun wiw over, but I got tho cheek,"
und the Yankee engineer thoughtfully
drained his glass, as his friend ordered
the barkeeper to "set 'em up again."
Worso than a Bulldog's Grip.
A bum in this city is infested with
rats. A day or two sinco a largo sU;el
jp.w tmp was set for tho pests, and neat
ly concealed on top of achoppiug-bloek.
The same day a man was hired to "clean
up things" iu tho barn. Ho did his
work faithfully, aud after a while, be
coming w eary, concluded to take a rest.
Looking round, ho espied tho chopping
block, an inviting seat, und leisurely
planted himself on it, when snap went
tho trip, and the cries aud yells of tho
Innocent victim of tho surprise par.y
could bo heard the length of the street.
"Murder! murder! Take him oil!" These
and other fragmentary sentences brought ,
the house servant to the sceuo but sho
was powerless, and further help had to
bo obtained to release the poor follow
from tho jaws of tho imaginary animal
which had him. Ho was half' frighten
ed to death, aud tho services of a phy
sician were needed to dress tho painful
Fate of an Aorobat.
Wo see no morn good reason for mak
ing a stage business of such exercise aa
may develop one's physical health and
Htrengthon the limbs, than for making
public business of keeping ono's teeth
and bunds edeun. What mother would
wish hor son to be a professional rope
dancer or oirciiH-tnmmer not to men
tion hi r duuijhtcr") Asido from tho un
naturalness and debasing effect of such
a life, tho "accidents" towbich even tho
best-trained and most experienced per
formers aro liable aro too frequent and
of too sad a kind to bo generally known.
It is for the showman's interest to keep
When a "great show" recently carao
to tho city of Brooklyn, a family group
of three persons sat down together in
tho breakfast-ton t They wuro acrobats,
of unsurpassed agility and skill. A sad
faced woman, a young man of middle
size, a girl just entering her teens.
There had been four of tbom prior to
a reeent performance, but tho "star,"
an elder girl, tho most daring of them
all, had "missed her motion" in a feat
of uncommon peril, and had fallen upon
"Sho wan but slightly injured," all
were told who eared or thought to ask,1
but tho little group at tho table knew
that sho w;ts dying.
Thev performedtheir parts, that day,
ns skilfully as ever, though with so
much more weight than usual to carry,
but when the evening exhibition was
over, there were indeed, but three of
them. Tho fourth had gone forever.
Longfellow's Finest Sonnet
"As a fond mother, when the day is o'er.
Lewi Iiy the hnnd hor little child to tied.
Half willing, half reluetenl to bo led,
And louvus bis broken playthings on th
Ptlll fru.iiiK at thnra throuffh tbo open door, ,
Nor wholly rcnwiured ami nomfortod
lly pmnilHos or others In their atoad,
W hied, though mom splendid, may not plooso
8n Nuturo deals with us, and takes away
Our plaything ono by 0110, and by the hand
I.ciuls us to runt no jrontly that wo ito
Brnruo knowlnir If wo wlati to gn or atny,
Holnir ton-full of sloup to undorxtitiid
How fur tho unknown transceuJn the what
A young lady was showing an elderly
woman a beautiful cluster diamond ring,
a present, when the old lady dropped
her spectacles to the end of her noso,
aud exclaimed, "Lor' sakes, I thought it
was an old seed wurt!"
An agreeable dressing for the hair, that
will stop its falling, has been long sought
for. Parker's Hair Balsam, distinguished
for its purity, fully supplies this want.
Tboo. i'ltohan, Bradford, i'a., writes: "I
enclose money for Spring Blossom, as I
said I would if it cured mo. My dyspepia
has vanished, with all its symptoms. Many
thanks; I shall never bo without it in tho
house. Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10
cents. P. G. Schnh, Agt.
His last Dose.
Said a sufferer from kidney troubles,
when asked to try Kidney-Wort. 'Til try
it but it will bo my last dose." Tho man
got well, and is now recommending the
remedy to all.
When derangement of the stomach acts
upon the kidneys and liver bringinff dis
ease and pain, Kidney-Wort is the true
remedy. It removes the causo and cures
the disease. Liquid (very concentrated) or
dry ai t equally elliciently. Am. Cultivator.
A Popular Tonic
ron wkak lunos and consumption.
No preparation ever introduced to tho
Auiericau public, for the relief and cure of
Coughs, Colds, Soro Throat, Debilitated
Constitutions, Weakness of tho Lungs or
Consumption in the iucipieut or advanced
stages of the disease, has ever mot with the
indorsements of physicians or patients aa
the celebrated "Tolti, Rock and Rye." Tho
repeated and continued Bales of tho article
everywhere aro tho best evidence of its real
merits. Letters and testnuonals from every
quarter of the country, attesting tho stim
ulating, tonic and healing effects, aro in
possession of the proprietors, and can be
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roader ot its intrinsic virtues. Further
commendation is unnecessary and super
fluous, as a trial of this article, having a
pleasant tastu and agreeable flavor, will
satisfy all those w ho are alllicted or pining
away with pulmonary weakness of tho re
lief to bo secured by the use of Tolu, Rock
and Rye. I Chicago Times.
rilllE ItEOLJLAR CAIRO AND PADUCAH
HENRY K. TAYLOR
Leave PhiIiii'.hIi for Cairo duliy (Sunday! except
ed) at S a.m. anil Mound Clly at 1 p m. Return
liiil, Leave Cairo at I p. m. Mound. City at, Up. m.
TUB A. U. 8 AFFORD.
Dally packet bulwi'uu Cairo aud Mound City Cap
tain A mile Owen .
Leave Cairo 70 A. M.
Mound City :30 " "
" Cairo u W Noon
Mound City 1::K V. M.
4:30 " "
" Mound Citv m....o ' "
Steamer Sllverthorn ; 117 feet loncth; 28 foot
beam,' 4 foot hold; $ unpin: Scyllndar) IS inch!
dlametei; 4 foot stroke; 4 holler, 40 Inche. dlioio
tur. is feet lmii. Tho boat aud machinery la In ex
cellent repair, and In Rood running ordur 1 .1. h.
full cabin and I wu of the bet llxht drai'irht
bot on the river. For term apply to, or addrc.e
W. J. Turner, niarter, at Hickuitn, Kentucky: or
W. K, LaiuUliu, rlvur editor of Daily Bulletin,