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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 31, 1882.
.Vayor N.Il. Thistlewood. .
Treasurer T. J, Kerth.
Clerk 1 nri'e. J, Koley.
Counselor Wm. U. Gilbert.
Maraliel-L. II. Meyers,
ttrcy William lle.drtcks.
BOARD Or A-USB-SK
"irii Ward Win. Me'falu, T. M . Klmlimn jh.
So.-ond Ward-Jesse lliukle, C. N. llaifhait.
Third Ward B. V, Blau, John Wood,
r'ourih Ward-Charles O. Patter, Adolph Bwo-
"Tilth Ward-T. W. nal'.idiT. Ernest 1J. I'eltlt.
clrc.itt Ji'.die U. J.ltnki-r.
Circuit I'ler. A. U. lrvtu.
County Jiidifo K. r) Yocicn.
County Clerk S. J. Uunim.
County Attorney J. M. lian.ron.
County Treasurer-.Miles W. father.
Hhurltr John Hoda.
County Cominl-Hlonnre T. VV. Hallldsy, J.
lltb and Petur Saup.
(1KU BAPTIST. -Cornur Teth and Poplar
7 street: preaching flrtand taird Sunday! in
(.Aanin,!!- n ..M, . vi : T3r -ill"!',,
OF THE KEDfcKMKK (Bplcoua';
iirert; Sunday 7:?ua hi., uoiy
Vn,tai I'rararit; ": p. m., KvetiloR Prayers. F.
I'. K iVvuporl, T. b. Hector.
TMUST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CIR'RCU
f l icvhlnnat Ki:Va. n... S p. m and :an p. ra.
;,(,nil, school at T:JO p. ni Kct. T. J. Huorea.
rPlKKAN -Thirteenth street; eervicta Bab
J baiii I ft" a. ui. ; bund'-r eihoolip m. Rot.
-.,...-. 1.1 u'.tn it. . Hnnilv :unil ; il.'io-ui..
Ktmi p'1, past ir.
r.TH DiST-Ctr. Kiahth aud walnut afreets.
VI f....rhin H.y,i)Mh ll:0tta. m. andT:W P. Ul
Mjurtay Kctiool at t:p. ra. Rev. J. A. Scarrett.
I H K'lHYTKHIAN Elcbth street; pacnloR on
1 nabl.tith at 11:U0 a. m. and ?:)? m.; prayei
niMlnc Widnesdar at 7:H0p. m ; Monday bchsol
tlip. u. Ktv B. V. eoe, paeuir.
. JOSKi'll f-iltoinan Catholic) corner ross
.it Wkinut streets; services aainaia u.
. a A . ... . .,. .-.. In m AM.
lit evoti dy at b a. ni
n'. v ' civs.
ST PATRICK'S homan Catholic) Corner Moth
ur ei and WeaMnifUin avenue; services 8t
oa;h Band 10 a. m. ; Vesper 8 p. m.; Sunday School
t p. m. e.-rvlcts every day at 9 a m. Per. ManUnwD
Mr. R. FIIZUEUALD autlmrlseo n to an
nunc hnu a a randnUM f.ir rc"ifCtlon t) tb
olHcti of Coroucr of Alexander coanty at toe com
nif Novombt-r election.
Wo areaitnir:.i.-'1 to annr)nc that Mra. . A
TavlorLaii lnd;i.!adcnl ramlldatiidir r-.ecuon
to ihoofflce ofCouiitv uporlnt.'nd"!il of uublic In-
tructiona, aulij:ct to the d'icUion ol Ibo voarc ol
We are mthorirod to announc that Mr I.. C
OlbBS, of Thebua, 1 a candKtate for the offloe or
County Supi-rlutcodeutot bcUuil.al the ensulns
nii'STr ri.HK. c.ur
Wo are aolh'inxd to unuonnre th.it Mr. Al
l, 1. HL'.MM will be an Independent candidate
for tho offlco of Connty Clerk at the cjmiD oca
We are anthorued to announce that THOHAS
J CRAIG, of Hodjjea Hark, la a candidate for the
office (ilCuiint Coaiinla-ioner at tic eLauiug o
yetnbtr elt-ction .
We are authorUwl to etali that Mr. J . U. Mil.
CUKY. f Comm.ircia) Hoint. will tieacandl
date for County Commissioner at tbo coming No
cui bur election.
Vffariaithori.edtoann(iuaf,o that R. A ".
Vll.li VMvS. of Je-.irson coiiTity, is a candidate
for Ut'rnrne Apellate Court In the tourih
Dirtnlouof IHInoii'. auJoctto the decision of a
cauvuntl'W of the l)i!:uocrai!c party
Wo are authorUoi to aunounoe Mr. Jon
1101ia a candidate for bhenff of Alexander
Ed. Hailctln: l'leaae announce my name a the
candi lat.1 of the people for the oiUce of conntv
Jud.e at the November election. JLsri.sK.
We ir-.ithorUed to announce ttiu uaine of
WALTER WAKD-lln ac-ndlda-e fortno offlee
f C iuuiyJU'le of Alexaadcr Coanty.
Winr nuiorl.ifd to annoaura .Justice JOHN"
II If i (UN SON as an Independent candidate for
County , nU"i at the comlBi NoveniT" flection.
We are mithorued to atinonnr Mr. Jlll.ES v. .
I'AKK-R as ait Indep.mdout cAndldate for traa
uror of Alexander couuty at the coming November
iI'Mtnn. , ..
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. K.
Shortest anil Quickest Route
St. Louis ami Chicago.
The Onlv Line Itunuint;
O DAILY TRAINS
O From Cairo,
Marina Diukot Connection
Train Lim Caiko:
3:U5 a m. Mn.il, ,
Arrlvin. In Bt. Loula 9:45 a.m.! Chicano.BilWn.m.i
Connectinn at Odin and KmnRham for Clncln
uatl, Louisville, Indianapolis and poluta Baat.
11:10 iv.m. Bl. Iioulw ami "Viitrn
irrivlnirtn Bt. Loula 7:05 p. m., and coutiecttuil
for alfpoiuta Weat.
3:50 p.m. Kwat lxrre
.or Ml. Louts nnd'ChlcnKii, arrlvtDK at Bt. Louis
10:40 p.m., and Chicago 7:) a m.
M:0O p.m.Cimiinnntl Kxprsa.
Arrlvlnir at Clnclunatl7:no a.m.: Louisville 0 :fiB
a tu.i Indlanapolla 4:06 a.m. I'aaaetiKcrs 1
tiiia train reach tbe above tiotuts IU to 3
UOUK3 advauco of any other route
rwTheS:' P. m, express ha PULLMAN
m KttPING CAR Cairo to Ulnclnnntl, without
D W , . . . U ......... u . n.l. -nil
h.niiai. ana luroiiuu .iuuiiwi. .v
Fast Tsime East.
n - by this line go through to Kast.
PaSSeil2er8 orn p.lnu without any d.lay
mo;nl.; at io:85 fhlrty sli hours Id advance of
"XVtUrouBh ticket and further information
PpTt at Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
J, H. JORlBtlwasi
i, O. HAN BON, Oen. Pass, Aont. Chicago
While other Baking Powdert are largely
adulterated with Alum and ether hurtful
hae been kept unchanged in all iti original
purity and strength. The best evidence of '
its eafety end eftectiverwi is the fact if t
its tiuring received the highest testimoni
ale from the most eminent chemists in the
United States, who have analyzed it, fret
its introduction to the present time. No
other powders show so good results by the
true te&t-the TEST OF THE OVEH.
IT IS A PURE FRUIT ACID BAKING POWDER
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and St. Louis, Mo..
laaatkManm of Lapilli T.ul Sm., Dr. Prix.'. RpMlal
lUt.rla iatraru, ue Dr. Pri taUs. F.rfBM,
EW HOKE SIIOEIXG SHOP.
I have opened a
on th street, between Com mirr.lal end Washing
ton avt- , h living H'.vvn this bmlness my special
Over Twentv Years
I feel confldent I cau give, perfect satiefaction.
have not onlv kivpq my attcotioa to
MAKING AND FITTING SHOES,
bat have made the construction of the foot and
limbs a atnly aUo. which enab'es me to fit my
sho;! proprly and in so doiuir relieves the horse
from a L-rnst fleai ol lijurr taat oe wou.a oircr-
wise be .ilhl . rl to.
Uobinir hr strict attention to baslnesa and fair
dealinn to rcrelr' a liberal ah an- of the public pat-
rona.e. lours Respect, .loua ici,n.
W. C. JOCELYN,
OKFK.'X Kl.htk Street, near Com. arclal Avenue
yv e w. vITLOCK1
OFfirt No. W Commercial Avenue, between
-KhthauU Ninth HtreeU
KEGL'LAK CAIRO AM)
a iis flOWLFiRJ;
HENRY K. TAYLOR ustr
GEO. JOQES Uerk
Leaves Palttcah for Cain laliy (Sundays exrepl-
ediafja.tn. and Mound City all p m. Return.
Ink. L-.'ivoa Cairo at 4 p. iu. MoanJ. City at 5 p. id,
1AIUO CIT FERRY CO.
r U REE S&U STATES.
On and afkr Monday. Julvil. and until further
nolle, the ferryboat 1'lire.j SMto. will ruaas near
as posslbleon t.e following tunc tame:
Foot Fourth at.
Kuntncky Ld g,
7:tl . m.
7:30 a. tn.
IM p, m.
foot Fourth St.
4 M p. m.
ban p. m.
On last trip leaving Kpntn,kv I andliiK at 4 :wio'cloclt
m .the boat win iroto liir.is roiut, muKinir con
nection with T. Bt. L. pBSoner train for Cairo.
Firm trip at SMJ.a. in. loavin ciro, win connect
with I . A st. u. train leaving vairo.
JOHN JOHNSON & CO'S
Lata Kooliler'B. on Eighth Street.
Callfom.a Wines, Clar of evnrv choice brand
and Llouora of all alnds always on bund. Custom
sol Id led-
Com TTli SR. Oil MerdiailtS.
V ' ' lwS v .
FLOUP- GRAIN A.ND HAY
HUhost Cuh Price Paid for Wheat,
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
COKltECTBD DAILY UY CHAS. CUNNING-
0:30 P. M. October it, 18b..
t $1 fX t
12:00 P. M.
I 10 IVA f
iyt xvi 3-ik
2' !0 P. M.
SJl Otva'K i'0 I9 4ri ft ! fl
NEW YORK, OCT. 27. 1883.
Wheat R. W. 1 04!4r.l 13 N2 K. W. tl 08
W. F. LiKBDif, rl'.'sr editor of ' Uuti-XTix
and ateamboct paixen.er ar;unt. Ordora for all
kinds of steamboat Jon printing solicited. OiDce
lit Buwer'l Europeaa Hotel, No. i Ohio levee.
bTAU-S OF TBK KIVEK.
Tbe river marked by tho gaugo last
eveainx at tins port, 9 leot 4 lnchcb
PitUburg, Oct. 300 p.m River 1 fuet 4
inches and riaiDg.
Cincinnati, Oct. .0-0 p. m. River 0
feet 4 inches and falling.
Louisville, Oct. 300 p. ta. River 5
feet 8 inches and rising.
Nashville, Oct. 300 p.m. River 1 foot
0 inches and rising.
St. Louis, Oct. 30-G p. ni. River 10 feet
G inches and rising.
The City of Vicksburg from St. Louis
passed d jtvo for VickBburif Sunday evenbjg
The Clinton troni Mompbis arrived here
yesterday niorniug at 10 o'clock. She bad
& lair trp and left tor St. Louis at noon.
The new steamer Henry A. Tyler will
land here this morning enroute for Ilick-
nun, New Madrid and Osceola, this being
her muiden trip. Everybody should give
her a "lilt."
The Cons. Millar from Cincinnati for
Memphis arrived here last evening. She
had a splendid trip. Sho aad the Rule left
Cincinnati together. The Millar was also
fighting the bars at different points be-
tweeu here and Cincinnati. She bad
I profitable trip and departed for the Bluff
City at 5 p. m.
The Golden Rule with an excellent trip
of freight and a cabinful of passengers and
deckers too numerous to mention arrived
here at 11 a. m. yesterday, only 8 days
out of Cincinnati, which is doing well for
' the stage of water and the trip sho had.
Sho received about 30 decks here for Mem
phis and Tensas Tarish, La.
"All hail the tidings" once more to the
front after a terrible struggle with sand-
barn, etc. The Golden Crown made the
miraculous record of 14 days from Cincin
nati to Cairo. Sho landed here Suuday
morning at about 10 o'clock, aui had a fine
trip but her bud luck will about eat up all
the profits. She received sjme freight here
and departed for New Orleans at 4 p. m.
Hie violation oi any oi natures
Mop. iti warning h? '? feeling of dis-
I a Y" . ., . I m.l , . - - nnl.lfl
. , .. . i
COmiort. Xiipusuru wiu muuu -uein,
throat diseases, consumption, etc. all ot
which give warning by a troublesome
cough. Use Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup in
time, and remove both the causo aud
effect of your discomfort.
CAPT. THOMAS ON PROHIBITION.
On the 10th of May, 1878,' Mr. Frye,
member of congress from Maino, .offered a
resolution to raise a committee concerning
"amondments to tho cotiBtitiltiou limiting
or controling the importation, manufacture
or sale of alcoholic liquors," am Capt.
John R, Thomas voted koh tuat resolu
tion. SEE CONGRESSIONAL KECORD OK fllAY
CAPT. THOMAS ABSENT AS USUAL
On the Oth of March, 1882, the following
bill was before Congruss:
"A bill to repeal tho sixth clause of Sec
Hon 324 1 of the Revised Statutes, relating
to the inlo of leaf-tobai'co.
41 Bo it enacted &c , That bo much of tho
sixth clause of Section 3244 of tho Revised
Statutes of tho United States as Imposes
n flno or penalty on any farmer or producer
of tobacco who may Bell tho samo to ft con
Bumor bo, and tho same is horoby, repealed
and lieruaftor all farmers or others pro
Uclng tobacco bo allowed tosel
I I ......
r I , . . ., ,.h In. KhIii M.n.lllrt llllt
tOOBCCOOI lUeir OWI1 U UUUUl FIWUUI.IIWU
without any license or penalty whatever."
. ,,., ,..a, m..ifl MmonA ii0 rule
41, UIUIIUU y --r f -
,t n... thn hill. TwO-th I'd llllillff rO
nulred the bill did not pass, Tho vote
BtoodUO yeas and 91 nays, Capt. Thomas,
(u usual with him, wsi absent when this
important bill was defeated. (See Congros
sional Record of March 6, 1883.) Ilia
constituents of both parties were in favor
of tho passage ot the bill, but ho was prob
ably riding in a carriage at tho "seaside,"
or bargaining for button hole boquets,
Avhile the bill was being defeated.
Our itttentioii 1ms been nulled recent
ly to an illustration by Ilnpkirw in the
work called l'orty Linrs, in which n
minor is represi'iitcil as !iilii down a
mountain in a gold p:m wilh a handle
on it. Mr. Hopkins, no doubt, labors
uiiili'r a wrung impression of some kind,
rtdativo to the gold pan. lie sceins to
consider tho gold pan and the frying
pan as synonymous. In this he in
The gold pan is a large low pan with
out a handle and made of very different
uictnl from a skillet or frying pun.
The artist should study as far as pos
sible to imitate nnturo and not ruako i
fool of himself. Somo artists considoi
it funny to represent a farmer milking t
cow on the wrong bide. They also show
tins same farmer, later on, plowing with
a plow that turns the furrow over to tho
lelt, another eccentricity of genius.
There are many liltlo things like this
that the artist .should look into more
closely so ns not to bust up the eternal
litness of things.
We presume' that Mr. Hopkins vf ould
represent a gang of minors working it
placer with giant powdir and washing
out smelting ore in a tin dipper. Its
pretty hard though, for an artist, who
never saw a milling camp, to sit and
watch a New York beer tournament and
draw pictures of lifo in a mining camp,
and people ought not to expect too
much. till yic.
IJillicnlt punctuation -to
a gossip s tongue.
Putting a stop
WIT AND flUMOK.
The niriuth of gossip, like a drug store,
is open at all hours.
The cultured no lonvr call it hash.
Mosaic nutriment is the correct form.
The irrcen trroeer is the one who trusts
tho new fainilv in the next block.
Queen ict n ia is said to be a
good example of -"plain English."
What are the dimensions of a little
A drl in Providence. 13J years ld.
has just been married. Very few girls
can be brought to cut off their ice-cream
at that age.
Women an; not allowed to be out on
the streets of Chicago after ten o'clock
at night. After that hour the men wjyit
the whole street to themselves and
they take it.
We cannot understand why there
should be so much talk about the de
cline of American shipping, when it Is a
wen-Known fact that there is always a
boom in ships.
It has been suggested that Thanks
giving day in the future be held on tho
l -1 u of October, tho anniversary of the
discovery of America by Columbus.
We kick. Turkeys are not ripe so early.
Those editors who want vests abolish
ed as useless are very short-sighted.
Where would literary men and others
of sedentary occupations get patches for
their trousers if there were no vests?
The ballot wasn't known at the time
of Noah, but from what we are told of
the old man there is every reason to be
hove that if it had been, he woman t
have worked much evenings on the ark.
A voter deficient in beauty said to a
candidate, "I mean to withdraw my
countenance from you. sir." "Many
thanks for tho favor, replied tho can
didate, "for it s the ugliet mug 1 over
A correspondent writes: "There are
Srround squirrels, ground mice, ground
togs, etc., but 1 see no mention in any
of my books of a ground (log. Is there
such an animal?" Inquire at a sausage
What a providential thing it is that,
as a geuoral rule, by the time the eldest
girl gets old enough to have a beau the
youngest child is old enough to sleep
nut ly. A cross nany veiling up stairs
would bo a fearful damper on court
ship. Pedestrian, who had il rowed a pon
nv i" front of "a poor, blind man"
"Why, you humbug, you're not blind."
Beggar "Not I, 8ir. If tho card says
1 am, they must bavo given mo the
wrong one. I'm deaf and dumb."
Slang Is dangerous language. Recent
ly, when a handsome young wife went
to a hardware storo to got one of those
woodeu contrivances to mash potatoes,
and said "I want a masher," every man
in the shop, from tho boss to tho office
boy, started to wait on her.
Another Fifth nvcnuo youth has com
mitted suicide. Ho had acquired Eng.
lish side whiskers, English slang, Eng
lish clothes and Englishv manners, yet
tho other night right before a whole
company Homo garrulous old men told
that his ancestors came over in tho May
flower. A lad who had boon bathing was in
tho act of dressing himself, when one ol
his shoes rolled down tho rock and dis
appeared In the water. In attempting
to rescuo it ho lost tho other ono also,
whereupon, contemplating his feet with
a most melancholy expression, ho apos
trophized: "Well, you re a nice pairol
orphans, ain't your"
Thoro lives an old gentleman who is
famous for tlm soiled condition of his
linen. An old friend, who had boon
looking llxedlv at tho bosom of tho old
gentleman's slilrt, tnpoko out thus: "I
say, major, Pvo known you for the last
twenty years, and thoro is somothlng
about you that has puzzled mo ver
much. I would like to ask you about it
if you have no objection. I hope you
won't rret mndP" "Well, no: I reckon
not." "Well, thon, major, do tell rat
who wears your shlrU before they gel
Jl t . . . naci "
Sam McGowan appeared on the street
one day last week, seemingly in trouble
"What's tho matter, Sam?,r asked an
acquaintance. "Oh, I am afruid I'll bo
an orphan." "An orphan! How?"
"The olo 'oman is sicker n tho devil.and
tho doctor says sho's got ter dio."
"Pa," said tho inquisitive small boy,
"what do they mean by unanimous?"
"Unanimous, my son, unanimous-ah
why, when all tho men want tho same
thing, that's unanimous." "Politicians
is all unanimous, ain't they, pa?" "No,
my son; not by a jugful." "Well, I
don't seo why, V'auso they all wants an
The editor of tho Luksl Sews, a paper
published at Juda, Wis., had his leg
broke by a safe which ho was getting
into his office falling on him. If editors
would uso a soap ' box, with leather
hinges to the cover, with a wooden but
ton to fasten it, they would not get hurt,
and their valuables would be just as
safe as in an iron safe.
An Arkansas woman knocked down
her husband's gun and was killed. One
of the neighbors speaking about the sad
affair, said: "That was indeed a sad
affair. You can never replace her."
"Yes," replied the husbnnd, taking two
of his children onto his lap, "but there's
ono consolation. That old gun has never
failed to kill yit."
Plantation philosophy: Ef do Lord
shortens de lives ob uem what ho loves,
it is a great pity dat he ain't fell in love
wid do man what always has his pocket
full ob political tigures. Ef yerwant to
make a 'oman mad an' appear pleased,
tell her ob a fault; but ef yer wauster
make her pleased an' appear mad. tell
her dat she's good look in .
Scene in Court "Now, Mr. Blank,
you say that on that day, at noon, you
saw a woman ride pat your house tit a
furious pace, and you have given us a
detailed description of her costume.
Please tell us what was the eolor of the
horse." "I do nut remember." "Well,
was the woman white or black?" "I
did not notice; she went so fast that I
onlv had time to see how she was
An old negro professed to lie indiffer
ent its to a future slate, believing that
"dey'll make niggers work eben in
heaben." A clergyman tried to argue
him out of his opinion by representing
that there was no work for him or any
one else in heaven. "You go'way,
ruassa," was his reply; "I know hotter.
If dere's no oder work for culled persons
up dere, dey'll make him snub do clouds
A distinguished physician says that
the garments worn by women are pref
erable to those worn by meu. Ho may
speak from experience, but we don't be
lieve he ever wore a walking costunieot
royal blue cloth, with facings, revers,
and pelerine of velvet plush, with a vel
vet basque, a long, clinging pelisse trim
med with lace jabots down the fronts
and back, Charles II collar, and a tiny
black velvet poke and a rib-compressing
corset cut entrain, and so forth. Hardly.
Commodore Vanderbilt had contract
ed so inveterate a habit of keeping him
self and everybody else to the precise
matter in hand, that once, asking a
friend ho had invited to dinner if ht
would take venison, and receiving what
he deemed an evasive reply, "Thank
you, I am going to take boiled chicken,"
the Commodore sharply retorted: "That,
sir. is no ntmver to my question; I ask
you ae'aiii .f ,..ti will take venison, and
I will trouble you to say yes or no with
When the hop-piekiug is over in Cal
ifornia, tho Indian who has been earn
ing $1.50 a day and feols tho dignity ol
rloties, betakes him to the nearest town
and invests his capital in gaudy apparel
and other creature comforts. He pur
chases for himself a glossy black suit ot
cassimero and a pair of boots, whose
red tops he displays with pride boueatb
his rolled up trousers. Ho selects fot
his squaw a handkerchief of many col
ors, and if ho feels like doing borsreciaj
honor, a red quilt for her shoulders.
Thus adorned they seat themselves in
dignity flat upon the sidewalk and eat
their way through the biggest water
melon that money will buy.
How to Get Bid of Bats and Mice.
The German papers recommend car
bonate of baryta as an excellent exter
minator of rats and mice. It is hardly
ever injurious to large animals, and to
bo preferred for this reason alone to
strychnine and phosphorus. The fol
lowing formula has been found the
best: Five grains precipitated carbonate
of baryta, ono grain sugar, and twenty
gmliw hread made into a mass and divided-into
100 pills. These are then
rolled in flour, after being previously
A fact probably but little known is
that the United States nickel flre-ceut
piece furnishes a key to metric measures
and weights. This coin is two centi
metres in diameter and its weight is livo
grammes. Five of them placed in a
row will give the length of a decimetre
and two of them will weigh a deca
gramme. As a kilolitre is a cubic metro,
the key of the measure is also tho key
to a measure of capacity.
I advise you to tako "Lindsey's Bloo
Huarcher." Scrofula, ulcers, old sores, pimp
les, boils, etc, cured at once.
' VARIETY HTORE.
NEW YORK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stool
in Tim: c jit y.
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1 E It te OO..
or. Nineteenth street 1 PjiirO II
v n,m-ial Anna. I V4U U 11
to vigorously push a business,
Strength to study a profession
strength to regulate a household,
strength to do a day's labor with
out physical pain. All this repre
sents what Is wanted, In the often
heard expression, "Oh I I wish I
had the strength!" If you are
broken down, have not energy, or
feel as if life was hardly worth liv
ing, you can be relieved and re
stored to robust health and strength
by taking BROWN'S IRON BIT
TERS, which Is a true tonic a
medicine universally recommended
for all wasting diseases.
5or N. Fremont St., Baltimore
During the war I was in
jured in the stomach by a piece
of a shell, and have suffered
from it ever since. About four
years ao it brought on paraly
sis, which kept me in bed six
months, and the best doctors
in the city said I could not
live. I suffered fearfully from
indigestion, and for over two
years could not eat solid food
and for a large portion of the
time was unable to retain even
liquid nourishment. I tried
lirown's Iron Hitters and now
after taking two bottles 1 am
able to get up and go around
and am rapidly improving.
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS is
a complete and sure remedy for
Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Malaria,
Weakness and all diseases requir
ing a true, reliable, non-alcoholic
tonic. It enriches the blood, gives
new life to the muscles and tone
to the nerves,
R. Pv. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. K.
TRAINS- DKl'AHT. TRANS AHRITI.
Mail :(fii.m I Mill ...4:a.m
tAccoin'datiuu.ll :IO a.m I Kxvrei 11:10 a.m
t Express. ...... 3 :5i) p.m 'AccomdatloH ..4:15 p.m
C. St. L. A N. O. B. R. (Jarkeon Boute).
tMall 41'i a.m It Mull 4:30p.m
tKipra.s 10::mu m I tExprei-s 10:30 am
tAc'modatlon 3: top ni
ST. L. ('. R. R. (Narrow Gaiiae )
Express H:15 a.m I Kxnrs 4:SS p.m
'Accom'dntion. l:Wp.m AccoinMntlon 11:40 a.m
ST. L.. I.M.A8. K. H.
Express It ::iiip.ni jtExpress M 2:2" p.m
WABASH, ST. f.OCN A PACIFIC R'Y CO.
Mall Aba.... n:0 vm I 'Mull it Kl. H:p.ra
tAccom'datlon AV.Yi p.m tAccom'datlon 11:10 a.m
Daily except suuaiy. t oauy.
mobile onion. K'
5:.'.5a. m. I Mull..
. .0:10 p. ra.
Q.E0RQE II. LEACH, M. D.
Phvtaioiau aud Surjzoorx.
8poclal ntlHiitlon paid to tbe Homeoi.rh'"
Ut of surcical nHuuncs, auu u.ne.idcs 01 WOUluO
Otllce: On Uta street, opposite the Post Offlee,
T. LOUIS & CAIRO R.R.
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
OS AND AFTKH HO.IDAV, OCTOBEK 21,
Exoreas and Mall leaves Culro. everv day except
8u inlay, at 8:15 a. m. Arrlv.aat Kast St. Loula at
) p. m Arrives at cairo at i::io p. in.
Accommodation arrives at 11:40 a. m. aud de
parts at 1:00 p. m.
rnilE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Tl OHIO I.EVKK.
CAPITAL, ftU 00,000
A General Banking business
7HTBKPR18 SAVIN- BANIi.
EXCLUSIVULYA SAVINGS BANK.
TI106. yV. li A 1 . 1 A U A Y,
JAMES KELCIU CO.
IL T. GEROULD AND
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AND GAS FITTERS,
DRIVK WELLS. FORTH AND
LIFT PUMPS FURNISHED AND PUT
UP IN A . WORKMANLIKE
MANNER, GAS FIX
TURES Or all kind furnished to order, old Atturea re
bmsedioiihtu promptly attended to. Orders
received at Daniel U tiuau'e or at the shop,
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NINETQ AND TENTH STREETS,