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h.NNG TO HOLD OOWhXd
PURE CREAM TARTAR.
$1000. Given . ,
If slum orM'v ttijnrin; nrmiiri' cull bo found
lu Andrews' Pearl Baking Powder. U iw
tlvdy PURE, bi'imfeiiitorstil, and testimonials
iwclwd I rum such cheim-ts a H, Lhina Hiiyh, llos.
ton; M. liekifoiilaiiio, nf CI,'' iiuo; and tjUittivus
Botie, Milwaukee. Never sold in bull!.
C. E. ANDREWS A CO.
t& Micb.ii.aii Av. 2S7. iM Ai K. Water
Every Corant Is warrant! d witis
factory to its wnarcr in f very way.
or the money will bo refunded I'V
the porson from whom it w an UtnuJit.
Tnnrilv(ii-set pronounced hy our leaiilntr iliMruM
el lalariiiae to the wearer. n,l eniliirw.1 l.v Imluw us
tlx. "mostcoiuforlable and pi-rlwt rUling Cimwl our
PBICEH, by Mall, Po.(u-e Iuldl
Health Vnerng. 1.60. rVir.Ad.lue.tlna-. 150
Akdemlnal (extra heavy) .O0. ursir, S100
Bealtk freaerrlnc (line eoutll) SU.OO. 1'araKan
Tarsal by leading Hrtull Iiculers everywhere.
CHICAGO CORSET CO.. Chicago, III.
Tint elegant dressing
is preferred by those
whohave used it, to any
similar article, on ac
count of Is superior
leanliness and purity.
It contains materials
only that are beneficial
to the icalp and Juir
Restores the Youthful Color to Crcy or Faded Hair
Parkers Hair Balsam Is finely perfumed and is
warranted to prevent falling of the hair and to re.
nwve dandruff audiichiiig. Hiscox & Co , N.Y,
Sue. and $1 llwt, at dealer. In drue. and medicines.
GlfJ GER TONIC
A Soperlitlvi Health and Strength Restorer.
1 If you art a mechanic or former, worn out with
Overwork, or a mother run down by family or house
twld duties try Parker's Oikokk Tonic.
If you an a lawyer, minister or business man e
liauited by menul strain or anxious cares, do not take
If youav Consumption, Dyspepsia, Rheuma
t lira. kidney Complaints, or any disorder of the lungs,
' atomacb. bowels, blood or nerves. Pakkrk's Gingrr
Tonic will cure you. It isthe Oieatr.st lilood Purifier
All thl Best and Surest Cough Cure Ever Used.
If you are wasting away fiom age, dissipation or
any disease or weakness and require a stimulant take
(iiNGRR Tonic at once; it will invigorate and build
you up from the first dose but will never intoxicate.
It has saved hundreds of lives; it may save yours.
I I CAUTION I Refills ill lobiMutei.Psrkr'Glr.eet Tonic U
1 j awpowd ol lb. Wit remedial seer, ti in lb world . snd u s&Urely
' SiSereat fro rfetevrsuoo. el suiter alone. 6tnd for ch-cular to
, ' Mima 1 la N. V. sw. a 1 uw, si dealen la droit.
GREAT SAVING Bl'VlNO DOIXAB SIK.
Irs m4i anil luirtriir'"f. ijnni i h.ic maH. thi
deliil.ilal ptilumeixcetdingly r"Pular. Tliere
la BOthlHH like It. Insist upon having F Loans.
Tun CouniM fid look lor signature of
a eeeey V4tla Any drufirlit or dealer Is Mefuxuery
aaa Krly yua, Maiid Heent Mie.
UKUC IAVINO bl'Y.-Nii inc. tU.t.
lit JKCXiON. la avoaltivs cure fhrall DiclinrKa
Uninn. Bmartlug and mulul Beimutioiia or Uie
' WaiHAKY PASSAGES
1 wmmsuuaurmirm ntnaatj
I SI OOPO'lwUlo. Vortnle brail Uruif
a-iat. or iuri hr Kxpreas on re
el tnjjtof prlca, JOHN D PARK HONS
J9 175ud 177 8yininraBi. CtWClNNATI
ls BF f uin DU.. . i . . 1
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I SI II V CR. KLINE'3 GREAT
I li II Nerve Restorer
II II "..l liHAIH sjioKrHre
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Mdtreovrd. AuMUaTer r.lilr.nu,. TresnwA
III srisi bouUfreeu Kit t M.iWy stint eipreu
leaariteroBB.il.whea reeeifed. eud ttsmeO'.lj.atid
IcspreeeaddreM of sfllkred u. lk Kl. INK VII r)
aJaS.aliadaf Im ltrwu- hntm Amwle
AM laaatwae from ladlsoreiVon, eirenei at ether aaa are
; abaerfeS, lee epirllM, pb;uoaJlv Sralueo, auS bbable ss
eared, wilUeel esaaMok aiedlcwei maeeeed atdnoten,
ee aa ih. eeees. fee ktniiMl ' eere: Tbe oil
MPe I aaauea Beoperif , eaa ee eerw.Biy
orfieeailae Utmrmmt seabllltr. Pkvalcal Ufwar.dVw.
Mlyaaaereededby THK M AKMON a," Kea
eaaaeeeteeaf aroarsaia reewratioB ee iuubbb ew
a. h pie, ersmiee, niu'r, aieaeeai, aeaw
rr,jtn"tt re aitlt iiAT.tHKB Tree.
f EKHEOT CO, m w. uu St, law lere,
ipsotileere'Alwsyiou the look
'out fur chliicva to iacrxaae
.tbt'treaiolDK. and In time
liuutjn. u .. . 1 . i . li n.a w li .
do Dt Inipruyn ihelr oppor-
tntiltii rcoitilD Id nowriv.
We offer great chance to makn mutiey. We wa at
eaeny ma, woman, hoy end drla to wurk Ir un
tight In their owe local It Ics An uu" rao do the
work properly fr iwi tbe llrt dart, the hue neee
Will pay snr-rt then ten times ordinary wbk1'! Kx-
Cmeiveoutlli faraUlieifrec. No one w ho enHK'
In to make money rap dir. You ran dcvi'te
eta whole time to tbe work, or onlf your pa e
lioin'DU Full Information and all fiat It needrd
jMStree. AdUreesBriSIUyJI 'H. Forties.. Me
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UlV VSEi? '."Tv-si-'
at ni . m
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago. Backache, Headache, Toothache,
or Tlirowt. Nelllii(a. Mpratlna, Hrailaeo,
Sluriia. NcmI.Ib. I'ruat Hltevs.
i0 All Otllt.U MIIIIILV rilKM 1 SCHKA.
Bold tv PruKil.ll tiii'l tleelere everrwbere. Ihy Ceail B ovtUa,
IHriKtlnul to II Lansusgee.
TIIK MUH I K A. VOSiKI I U t'O.
lkwual VmiiLSKAiOj aWtlawra, Id., C.B. A.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Caiuo. III., April 3d, 1S83. ,
Concltnk'il from Yesterday's Dally.
Arab Kiro Co., quarterly allowance 60 00
Kuuiili un.I IiuHdy Fne (Jo., same. . . 00 00
lliberidii Firo Co., name 00 00
Delta City Fre Co., name 00 00
Anchor Fie Co., same 00 00
H. H. Cunnioyliam, rent of council
clmmbfr 10 00
M. Wliclton, sisivices as janitor 5 00
C. W. Wliet-'ler, 1 ton coal for clerk's
olttco 8 25
Ijhs company gas for sauie 55
Ct ntral ti lcplione, rent of telephone 12 00
John Cain, dieting prisoners before
and after trial 100 CO
G.iB c mpuny, gas for city jail 7 70
Cairo City Coal Co., 1 ton coal for
on me 3 00
Cairo Daily Bui It-tin, publishing
proceodiuijs. , 83 00
Cairo City Gas Co., gnu consumed In
street lamps 283 50
F. Vinmit, rent nf pulice headquar
ters 13 50
08 company, gas' for same 8 00
Telephone company, rent of tele
ilione in same. 12 00
Cairo City Coal Co., .1 ton coal for
same 8 00
O. A. Oshorn, percentage on fines
collected 12 50
J as. Kelch & Co., repairing pumps 2 50
Circuit court, costs in case II. Hattelle
vs. city, $98.60: J. II. Cunning
ham vs. city 3.45 105 05
L. II. Myeis, rent ot tool room 3
months 0 00
John P. Smith, watching 0 nights at
H nigh hp 1 li 'ady engine house
dariug high water 0 00
Mike Driscoll, 8)4 days labor on
streets 12 85
J. H. Isoliii B in, percentaire on flues
collected 20 00
W. E. Hendricks, same 19 85
Gas Co., gas for library 55
Mrs. L. L. Powell, salary as librarian 16 00
Mr. M. I 'urcell, salary as janitress. . 6 00
Cairo City Coal Co., ton coal for
library 2 00
J tnsoi), McCberry & Co., books for
library . u oi
Stratton & Uird, groceries for men
on levee 4u oa
Jas. Creh, for use of 7 scrapers .... 3 50
S, Bradley, ' day with team on
streets 4 DU
I'lios. Stack, 1 night watching on
levee 2 00
City National Bank, for laborers
placed on certificates H'i
Alderman Putler, moved to refer to com
mittee on claims.
IlKSOLUTIONS AND MOTIONS.
Alderman Wood offered the following
Whereas, It is absolutely necessary that
the streets of the city not already filled to
the established grade (at corner Oth and
Commercial ave.) be filled as soon as possi
ble. And, Whereas it is necessary to as
certain thu amount of fillliiu; required in
each si reel; therefore, bo it resolved that the
committee on streets be and is hereby in
structed to cause surveys and profiles to be
uiadi! hhowin the amount of tilling iu each
sued. Beit further resolved that when
said buiveys and profile are completed and
tiled in the oflice of the city clerk, the city
attorney, corporation counsel together with
the ordinance committee be and is hereby
instructed to prepare the necessary
ordinance to carry the said inipror
iii nts into effect. Be it further resolved
that after the tituount of earth necessary for
Saul nllmg is ascertained, toe committee
on streets is and are hereby instructed to
proceed and procure the amount of earth
neceseary for said tilling by condemnation
or otherwise; and if they find, it necessary
to coudeinu property to procure the earth
lor the filling required, they are hereby
further instructed to set forth in tliuir re
port to the city council the streets to be
tilled and thu amount necessary iu each
street. The said improvement to be done
by hiKciul assessment as prescibed iu the
city charter. This being in the opioioti of
the city council the only inutuod the city
cm ailopt to ilo the aforesaid Improve
Alderman Halliday moved that the re
solution be received and printed with the
prod'edmae, and further consideration of
it be po.'tponed until next meeting.
Alderman Wood also offered tbe follow
ing preamble aiid resolution:
Whereas, The I. C. It. H. Co. is engaged
in Die woik ot raising the Ohio L vee to
the grade lately agreed upon by the city
council and the otlicers of the said railroad
coinpuny. And, Whereas the city council
Iihs insiructea tue committee on streets to
repair the slope of the new levee and raise
the same as soon as practicable; therefore,
be it resolved, that tbe committee on
streets be and are hereby instructed to con
fer with the trustees of the City Property
Co , and ascertain from theiu if it is their
Intention to raise the grate of their levee on
the Mississippi side to the height lately
recommended by the city council. And
thfv are further iustiucted to have the said
conference as early as prwtissbls so they
BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNlNii, APRIL
can make their report at the next meeting
of the city council.
Alderman Patur offered the following re
solution: ltesolved. That the corporation and city
counsel be instructed to apply at once foran
injunction against tbe Wabash, St. L. & P.
U. K. for violation of the city ordinances,
as to switching and their tracks on Com
Alderman Ptitier also offered the follow
ing resolution :
Resolved, That the cnininittee on streets
are hereby instructed .to till such holes and
bad places on Commercial avenue as may
put said street in a fair condition for travel,
at once, and that a sewer be built from 20th
street to 14th street on said avenue iu the
centre of the street. ,
Alderman Halliday to moved to amend
by repairing Commercial avenue the eutiie
Alderman Blake called for a division of
The vote on adoption of that part ot the
resolution relating to filling Commercial
avenue resulted as follows:
Ayes Blake, Halliday, Iliukle, McUalc,
Patier, Pettit and Wood 7.
Nays None. .
Alderman Halliday moved to amend re
solution by leaving location of sewer with
committee on streets.
Alderman Wood moved to amend by
referring matter to committee on streets.
Special committou appDinted March Mth
to report a suitable location tor powder
magazines submittol the following report:
To his houor aud Uonlle men of the Ctty Council :
Your committee appointed at the last
meeting of this body to select a place for
building powder magazine would respect
fully recommend that permission be graut
ed to build such house 1,000 feet beyond
C. O. Patieh.
Tuos. W. Haixidav.
Alderman Patier moved that the report
be received and recommendation concurred
Alderman McIIale offered the following
ordinance which was read thu first lime;
OHDlNAN'CK NO -An
ordinance to fix the compensation of the rlty
at orney of the city of Cairo and to prescribe
the duty of said city attorney. Uu It ordained hy
the city council of the city of Cairo:
Section 1. That the citv attorney of the tit v of
Cairo aball he paid a salary ofST.ll per annum,
and ehall In addition thereto, he entitled lo i ere We
flftoen per r.ent. of all flues and penalties actually
colloclod j which said ealaty aud percentntu shall
Deln full for all eervi es rendered by mm for or on
account of tbe city.
Suction il. That It ahull be the duty of the cily
attrney to draft all bonds, warrants, certificates.
leasee, conveyances ana otuur writings wmcu may
be required of him by tbe mayor of the city or by
any res lutiou of thu city council, oud which hy
law or ntage aball be prepared at the txocnae of
the cltr; commence aud prosecute, In proper forra,
all and every suit or tills, action or actions,
brought or to be brought in any court In this elate,
wherein the city shall be inlo-eated ai plaint ff,
defend all actions- or suite brought or tout may
be brought aualnat tue cl y: do all auu every pro
fessional act Incident to tue omce; sun, wueo re.
oulred. irlvo the city council, or any of lie com
tultteei or any officer of the city, his opinion on
anyiuhjcct pertaining to the Interests or concerns
ol the city, submitted to them.
Section S. Thsl ordinance St and all other ordi
nances Inconsistent, with this ordinance he and
the 'hie are hereby repealed.
Alderman Fatier moved to suspend the
rules requiring it to be referred to ordinance
committee, also for thu purpose of placing
t on its second reading.
Motion carried by the following vote:
Ayes Blake, Halliday, Iliukle, McUale,
Patier, Pettit and Wood 7.
Ordinance read the second time.
Alderman McIIale moved to adopt ordi
Motion carried by the following vole:
Ayes Blake, Hal iday, Hinkle, McIIale,
Patier, Pettit and Wood 7.
Alderman Wjod offered the following le-
Resolved, That the ordinance committee
be and is hereby instructed to report an
ordinance at the next meeting of the city
counsel abolishing the office ot corporation
Alderman McIIale moved that resolution
lay over until next regular meeting.
Alderman Halliday moved to amend by
indefinitely postponing action in rcaolu-
Motion to amend carried by the follow
Ayes-Blake, Halliday, Iliukle, Mcliale
Nays Patier, Pettit and Wood 3.
Alderman Halliday moved that the
mayor, marshal and city comptroller be au
thorized to sell lumber, sack, etc. on
Alderman Patier by request was excused
from further attendance at meeting.
Alderman Wood moved that the commit
tee on streets be instructed to save sewer
pipe projecting over bank at 10th street
and Levee from being broken.
Motion carried by the following voter
Ayes-Blake, Halliday, Iliukle, Mr-IUle,
Pettit and Wood -6.
State aud city liquor bonds of Wm.
Kennebrew was read for approval.
Ou motion of Alderman Pettit p.
On motion of Alderman Wood meeting
adjourned. D. J.Fuijcy, City Clerk.
We wish a lady to take thu exclusive
ageccy for this towu and vicinity to canvas
for our Laces, Trimmings and Novelties,
No other capital required than good en
dorsement. No risk aud good pay to an en
ergetic worker. Address for terms, Jtc,
I. L. Gocuiifc Co.,
Of t 61 Lake St., Chicago,
- W. F. i.ANsoi, nvar editor of res Uullstii
and ai earn boat passenger agent. Orders lor all
kludsof steamboat Job printing Solicited. Office
at Bower's BaroDean Hotel. No. 71 Ohio levee.
The City of 8t. Louis from New Orleans
arrived he at 0 o'clock last evening. She
had a light freight trip hut a cabin full of
people. ' :
The Cons Millar arrived last eveniug at
4 o'clock 70 hours out from Memphis; de
tained 30 hours owing to bad weather. She
had a fair trip and left for Cincinnati at
The Hudson is due to-night for St.
The Ella Kimbrough loft St. Louis last
evening with a due trip. She is due to
The Will Kyle from New Orleans is due
here this evening for Cincinnati. The Kyle
is one ol the finest boats of the southern
Transportation line and her officers are ex
The W. P. Halliday leaves St. Louis this
eveniug fur New Orleans.
The Vint Shiukle is due here to morrow
night for Cincinnati.
The Jas. W.Gsff is coming with her 18
inch cylinders; clear the track for the flag
ship of the Memphis & Ohio River Packet
Line. She is due here for Memphis this
The Will 8. Uays is due to-day for New
Orleans. She is the finest boat that leaves
Cincinnati and the fastest boat that convs
to Cairo. Capt. W. C. Ticheuot is her
worthy chief and Wash Floyd purser.
The Granite State Irora St. L'mia passed
up the Ohio last night-
The Coinmonweslth arrived from St,
Louis last night. She was loadud heavily
ami departed during the night.
The City of Vicksburg leaves 8t. Loin
for Vicksburgtbia eveuing.
Tbe Tennesse and Cumberland rivers sre
,1. W. Graham, Wholesale Uruggli,, of Austin,
Tens, writes; I have been handling X)r Wm.
Hall's Balaam lor the l.nnga for the past year,
and have found It one of the moat saleable ae l
oinue I have ever had la my house tor Concha,
Colds and evva Consumption, alwajs giving entire
satisfaction. I'leaae send sae one gross by Halur
Dr. Greeu'n Uxyfenated Bitters
Is tbe oldest and best remedy for Dyspepsia. Til
lousiirss, Malaria, Indigestion, all disorders of the
Stomach, and all dlsesnes Indicating an Impure
couditloo of tlie Blood, Kidneys and Llvor.
DUKNO'8 CATARKII 8NCFF cures Catsrrh
and all affections of tbe mucous membrane.
Dr. Roger's Vegetable Worm Syrup Instantly de
al roys worms and removes the Hecretlons which
I ETTKR LIST.
LIST OK I.KTTEllS KKMAIMN0 CKOAI.I.hD
Klilt IN TUB POSTOFITICH ATCAIKO, l,i,.f
SATUHDAV, Afltlb 7, 1883.
B trry, Kate
Adder, W II
Brooks, Charles C
Coachman, L -Cellu,
Dameron, James M
Davis, Ja.nes E
Gilford, Wm 2
Goodloe, James II
Gibson, G F
Isenhower, F M
Market, J E
Clark, T J
Donne!, M F
Davis, John W
Frazier, jno M Col
Green, E .
Hopkins, 0 W
Johnson, T J
O'Neal, J M
Philley, Jno Francis Rouse, Will
Staltz & Yeagler, Steaveson, Neal
Shird, Jno L Sharper, John
Schorp, Bro Thompson, Wille
Temple, Matt Vauster, Stephen
Washington, Sam White, 8 A
Wagoner, Jacob Ware, James C
Weil, Herman "Whitis, Huroey
White, Frauk Williamson, D B
Persons calling for the almve mentioned
will please say advertised.
Wm. M McBriiY, Postmasfr,
The strike does uot appear to have
quite much of a strik as at first reported.
It appears that the young switchman were
engaged by Mr. Moore some time ago at
sixty and seventy dollars per mouth, with
the understanding that, as soon as the cot
ton trslflc had subsided, a reduction in
wages would ho made. The cotton tratfie
suicided; the promised reduction was made,
and those of the employes who didn't wish
to"work for the reduced price quit work,
and that is all. All but young Sullivan
were satisfied with the ciiaou! and did not
object toothers taking their places; but Sul
livan, after pouring down a glass or two of
liquid courage, drummed up a few pals,
among them Shawn who bad quit the
Wabash road some time before, aud lead
them on to battle against those wlo
wouldn't think and act just as ho did, The
result is known, but the cud is not yet, and
since the departure of our very accomoda
ting state's attorney, the end may be a lit
tle more severe than it was in certain other
to which this young man was a party.
7 . 1883.
An EnthusidUitio Endowment.
Qokhau, N. It, July 14, 1S79.
Oknts Whoever you are, I don't know;
but I thank the Lord and feel grateful to
you to know than iu this world of adulter
ated medicines there is ouo compound that
provss and docs all it advertise to do, and
more.'" Four years'ago I had a slight shock
of palsy, which unneived me to such an ex
tent that the least excitement would make
me shake like the ague. , Last May I was
induced to try Hop Bitter. I used one
bttttle, but did uot see any change; another
did so change my nerves that they are now
as steady us they, ever were. It used to
take both hands to write, but now my good
right hand writes this. Now, it you con
tinue to mauufacture as honest and good
an article as you do, you will accumulate
an honest fortune, and confer the greatest
blessing on your fellow men that was ever
conferred ou mankind. Tin Buucu.
Young Men, Middle Aged Men and All
Men who suffer from early indiscr lons
will find Allen's Brain Food the most pow
erful invigorant ever introduced; once re
stored by it there Is uo i elapse. Try it; it
never fails. l ; 6 for t5. At druggists.
A Yexea Clergyman.
Even the patience of Job would become
exhausted were he a preacher and endeav
oring to interest his audieuce while they
were keeping up au incessant coughing,
making it impossible for him to be heard.
Yet, how very easy can all this be avoided
by simply u:iing Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. Trial
bottles given away at Harry W. Sohnh's
drug store. (2)
Useful iu the Family.
We usually leave it to doctors to renin
mend medicines, but Parker's Ginger Tonic
has been so useful in our family in relieving
picknesa a id stiffi-ring that we cannot say
too much in its praise. Salem Argus.
rfuckieu s Arnica salve
The Best Salve in the world tor Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Coins, ami all Skiu Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by Qo. E
Where machinery i used the Drew Oil
Cup will save 50 per tent, of oil. Write
for circular. " Borden. Selleck A Co., St.
Louis. Mo. (3)
Shili'h'a Vitalizur s what you need far On
btipation, lyosH of Appetite, Dizaiueae ami
all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10 and
75 tents per bottle. Paul O. Hchnh,
A Reliable I'ort Wiue.
Mr. A Speer, of New Jersey, whe Port
Grape Wine has such a wide reputation,
and which physicians prescribe so general
ly, was the first in this country to imMrt
the Port Ornpo vines snd to plai t vine
yards of them and to introduce the art of
making wine from the Oporto Grape which
ia now the best wine to he had, and has be
come a great favorite among the most fash
ionable New York aud Philadelphia
society, For sale by Paul G. Schuh.
Alice Iloyan, C81 Bluo Islsud avenue,
Chicago, Ills., says: "I have been taken
Brown's Iron Bitters and find It does me a
great deal cf good."
Woman's True Friend.
A friend in need is a friend indeed. This
none can deny, especially when assistance
ia rendered when one is sorely afflicted
with disease, more particularly those com
plaints and weakness so common to our
female population. Every woman should
know that Electric Bitters are woman's true
friend, aud will positively restore her to
health, even when all other remedies fail.
A single tr.al always proves our assertion.
They are pleasant to the taste, and only cost
fifty cents a bottle Sold by Harry W.
To The West.
There ere a number ot routes . leading to
the above-mentioned section, but the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louis and
over the Missouri Pacific, Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
firest make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
if mia 'nnect with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kansas snd Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This line offers to parties euroute to tbe
West and Northwest, not only last time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illtiHtrated maps, pamphlets, Ac, of this
line, which will be mailed free.
C. B. Kinnan, F. Chandler,
As't Gi-n'l Pass. Agent. Gen'l Pass Asjeiit.
Ok the many remedies before the public
for Nervous Debility and weakness of Nerve
Generative System, there is none equal to
Allen's Brain Food, which promptly and
permanently restores all lost vigor; it never
fails. 1 pkg 6 for f 5.- At druggists.
To all wko are suffering from tbe errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous week
ner-s, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will ore you, fkkk
ok ciiakok. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Joseph T. Inman, Station D., New York
Croup, Whooping Cough and Broucbiti
immediately relieved by Shilob's Cure.
Paul G. Schuh. agent. .(8;
The youthful color, beauty and lustre are
gradually restored to gray bair by Parker's
See a woman 10 another column near
Spcer's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Sp-er's Port Grape ' wtne is made.'
that Is so highly esteemed by tbe medical
profession, for the use of Invalids, weakly
persons and the aged.' Sold by druggists.
K. K. TIME CARD ATCAIKO.
ILLINOIS oesitkalk. n!
TBtlSS nifABT. TKANS ailltlVS.
Mall 8:03 a. na I tMail , ;ub a. in
tAccom'datlon,ll:10 am Express 11:10 a m
t Express g:M)p.tn Aicoudatioa,.4:l5 p.ru
0, Nr. L. X N. 0. K. K. (.Lscksou ll.iule),
(Mall 4:41 a.ml tM.tll - . . 4 :30 p ru
Kxpreas 10:s0a in tKxpress II): SO aw
tAcfmodatlon 8: 60 p,m
8T. L. AO. K. It. IMto-'owOauve )
ExpreeSn 8:14 a. m '&itvt 4:Hftp.ui
Accom'datlou. l:Wip.rn i Accou'dation lLMo a m
ST. L., l.M . A H. K R
tB I press luvsop.ni ItKap-ees s:do p m
WABA8U. hT. LOtUS A PACIFIC U'Y CO
Mall Kt.... S:J a.ro Mall Ki., y:bi)p iu
Arooin'dattou4:Ki p.ut I Aicoin'datlou 10:30 a.ui
Freight st 7:15 a m. Freight - 0:43 p.m.
Dally except Mimdoy. t Dally.
MOBILE 4 OHIO U K!
ST. LOUIS & CAIRO R. Jt.
TRAINS KU.N AS FOLLOWS.
oaaNDarrsa mohost, ooiohkk ai.
Express aud Mall leave Cairo, evurr day uxi rul
Sunday, at :U a. in. Arrlv. at Kat Hi. Louis at
8:)p. m Arrlveaat Cairo at 4::i6p. iu
Accommodation arrive ai II :4U a. m. aud de
parts at I. -oo p.m.
LUNOIS CENTRAL R. li.
Shortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The On.lv Line Huimin
0 DAILY TRAINS
Ma KINO DlKKOT CONNKOTIO.V
Tsui Lbsvs Catau,:
:OE a nt. Mntl.
Arriving In . Louis 1 :4n a m. : ( bleat:". :; m ;
Connect g al Odin aud Effingham for elm i: .
tiatl, L isvtlte, ludiahapoli and points East
11:1 I A.m. Ht. I.OtliH liiwl Wen Ui i n
Arriving in St. Louts 7:01 1. in., and cnnriect'.ii
for all points West.
.'J:oO p.m. l'Katt KiprtiMM
F ir St. Louis and Chicago, arriving at at. L hi 1 s
to:40 p.m., and Chicago ;: a ra
.'i fiO p in. ('inoiimxti KxreH.
Arriving al Cincinnati 7:00 a m ; Louisville i: -',
a an.; IndtauapiMls ( oft a.m. Paseenirers lv
thl train reach the above points lu to 'J'i
UoCKB In advance ol any other mute.
tTbeS:M p. m. exprwas has I'CI.I.MAS
SLKKFIKG t'AK Cairo to Cirjolnnait. wltnu it
changes, and through stneimr to ht l.ums and
Fast Tirno Kant.
ISWMPrMrpi'kl iiue goUirougl. to Kasi.
1 annciltinn i.rn ix.ints withunt anv deist
eanBed he Haiiriav tnl-rvenliir. The rtaturilev after.
aooo train frmu Cairn arrives tn new York M.x.dsv
Horning at lu;H5. Thirty six hours in advance i
v other route,
VFnr tbrougb tickets and further Infnrn.atl.m.
ppl? at Illlaola Central kallroad Depot, ( alo.
i- II. JON Ks. Tl ivi Ayi I.
A.H HANSON, (in Pass. Agent. CbUaKo
POUT (JKAPli WINK
Spkkb's Pout Gi'ape Wnk !
foch ykai.s old.
THIS OKLB lilt AT El) NATIVE WINK la male
from the Juice of the Oporto Orape, raised III
this country. Its Invalualilu Ionic and atrcnih
nlnit propiirtiti. are unsurpassed hy any olhs-r
Katlvewlne. Keloir ihe pore Julre of tie Orauu,
produced nailer Mr. Stiver's own personal supervl
sion, Its purity and geuainf ness, are guarnntei-d.
Th roaaest child in iy partuk-i of its g'-nerous
qualities, and tbe weakot Invalid use It to advini
Uge It la particularly benefldal to llie aged and
debllllated, and suited Iu the various allmuutn dint
affect the weaker ser. It laluetery reaped
WINK TO UK BELIED ON',
Speer' P. J. Sherry.
The P. J.HHKKKY Is a wlue or Superior Char
acter and I artakesofthe rich qualities of the rn.e
from which It is made For Purity, Klchuesa, t la
vor aod Medicinal Prop' rlies. It will he tonud un
excelled, Sneer's P. J. Brandy.
This r.KAXDY stands amrlvali-d In this Country
beit ng far superior for mudlclnal purposes. It Is a
piiredisttllatlon Iro n the grape, and contains Mil
aabl medlclaal prertlus. It has a delicate fla
vor, slmilarto that of thu grapes, from which It Is
distlllsd. snd is In great favor amouir tlrst-rlas
families. See that tbr signature of A I. Kit K I)
SPKIK, f's-salc, M , J., Is over the cork of each
fc?oll Hy PAUL SCHUH
AND BY DUTjauiHTS BVKItYWHKKE.
i Bi'J. Al. .... f --s
.bmvis.h n" sit rrirb't V9
PftO&.HARUI8' PAS TtLLE RtMEOT
I V t.-,l'- Irrma Khisus a. ehidcal D.kii.
( Mm mud otti- rs wbo audcr
1 Illy, rrsmatsrs Ksliu.u.is and
1 "eir ni.nt siooni. cou.sssiires.
.".ww are nulcklr end rin a.s
Tb. BsBeSy Is sat as la besM. e, I iu.u.s s ruoBiSj, (S,
ft. t (Moef h W .SVcl a sure, ual.w lu enrre si,i f s .
IMeuof wne bhuui. i. real mill lB pul, wraiiMrs.
MlwUMsTsel tales aeeaapaay eark . Puiililal dearrt-
era m.. v. wm eeaiea tit SlUllieauoa.
sa s aaaassursia.
sf syt.Mil.ee. ef
m Slaeaws r the liluoel, Skla an
VrtMSliasMa, tlaaaerha-a, ayakllfUa . Mrrearlal
AtreMtaej. aaally Ireatasf m seieiiunj P'iw''l
mm saiTsiirs rejMrflee. all wrtie for List eroae.
ItMS SS be uneers hy sbuM Sealrlaa lre.lmeel bj sj.il.
(r.neasesa.Ha. mas BImsbmIS mm Ikelr Bdjre
saiSSMssassmlkiaaUiaelraSnalste. " lslra
aUdrsaa, DSL CTT, S . eik , - . Be,
ESTAJUaMUCO VCB TaJlitTV YatAJU.
a i ifc A Nvorlt prwaerlptlon of en ef (h
taoetaote' and soeeaful specialists In thu It. is.
(wow retired) far the cure of JTerwswe MttMMy,
It AaTesAsast, railrse aud JOevweSK, Meui
MsVsms ta WaW CO.. UaWsM. Me.
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