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PURE CREAM TARTAR.
Siuuu. juiven A
If alum or any Injurious substances can be round
In Andrews' Pearl Baking Powder. Ii po
Bvcly PURE Ilclng endorsed, and Uwtimoniala
iwseiTodlnim such cbemlats aa 8. Dana Hays, Hot
on; M. Drlafontaine, of Chicago: and UuiUyus
Bode, Milwaukee. Never sold iu bulk.
( Michigan At. 287. 289 A 291 R. WaU-r
Every Corset ia warranted satis-
factory to 1U wearer In every way.
or the money will be refunded by
toe person from whom It was bought.
IbeoalrConrtprnnoiineed by our Jwltef .hT.IHana
turt lelarWa. to lb. nr, and nitunml tiy iiuiie as
Koootfortable aod perfect fitting Corset ever
" PRICES. r Vail, PmUc Paid I
Bealtk Preservta $1.50. Aalf.AdJaiiilna?. B1AB
AMeaalaal intra heavy) Nitntac. I SO
Beallk PrKTTl fftae eesitHl 0. Paracea
rr tale r lrwHna Uet-tl Dealers yt7W.i-.
CHICAGO COKSJST CO.. Chicago, HL
HAS BEEN PROVED
Tha BURBBT cum for
Sooalaima keek Of dkordwed nrlns radi
JZSZZZZ ZmZiUUmt THEN SO MOT
HABITAT Bi aea Kida7-Wort at onoe, (druc-l
girts reeoramaud it) and is will speedUy ovwl
ana rwnon wmiuiy momw.
Lad wserneases. riilnty-Wortin
k rmunntlT and lUUr.
IneonHTMrnr. retention cfortoe,
jj-ii-, all ipwxlllr yield t
i ouretlvo power.
A well-known clergyman. Rev. N. Conk, of
Trempeleau, Wis., says: "I Hud Kidney-Worts
cm cuhi (or kidney and liver troubles."
IS A SURE CURE
a all tUsaaaeai of th Kidneys and
Bhaaspeslnaaetloaoa this mart Important
ansa. anabllur U to throw off torpidity and
feaastlon, stimulating the healthy secretion of
the BUs, and by keeping Uio bowels la free
oadlttoa, effecting Its regular dlaoharge,
V-lalca-l-a U yon arasafterlar from
lalUllCls malaria, save the chill,
see bUlooa, dyspeptto, oroonaUpeted, Kidney
Wort will surely relieve and Quickly our.
Ia the Spring toeleeneetheSjiteia, every
eae should take thorough ooorse of lb
U- BOLD BY DRUGGISTS. Price l.
'Last yesr 1 went to Europe,"e ys Ili nry Ward,
Uteoi.6ibReg.,N.U. B. N. Y.. nuw living si
178 W. Bide Ave., J C. UltthU, N. J., "onlvto
return worse from ehroulc Iher complaint. Kid'
ey-Wort, as a last resort, has given me belter
health than I've heretofore enjoved for many,
any years." He's cured now uud com-eqimnllr
FOR THE PERMANENT CURE CFl
M t "" 1 At. J- I
ttyasOoaetlpitloili and no remedy asa evert
eqaUed the eelebeated XidneyWort as el
sore. Whattver the eaaee, however obetinsle
the ease, this resBedywui everoome is.
Bit im TS1M dlstressm ew
r lieiliWa alatnt la very apt to be
ieaenctheas the weakened parte and qolaklrj
leans ell kinds of Piles erra when phrsleiaael
SSBA suniianes nave oenne nuieo.
I e twu yeaMtveetuieroitBeMcreaiiiee
MICal.U8IX Drua-aleta Belli
'I will reeommeiid It everyw here," writes Jm
B. If oyer, Carriage tUnnfecturer, Mvemtown, ft.,
'becaose H"-KldDey.vVort-"ctaicD nr mn.1'
THE CHEAT CURE
M It la Mr all the painful diseases ef the!'
KIDRirS.LIVIR AND BOWKLt.
fjeaur the vtettM at BheuBatlna esn nallae.
fleans bse aUkl rellmd, tad la itwrt tuuj
4 NRPIOTLY CURIO.
Ibjrm, ft UOCDOI HI, Wisj I PBIMOTI.
treusa- pry esn beemt hy audi.
WBIXB, BIOHamSBOsT Oe., Rnrtlnatna Tt
' w -w vwp"( bit VUflWBIBft w VfURtrBlVI
wtU rheumfttlin for twortr: trlfld. lb vld. til
dies; Kidney-Wort alone oca so him. f bsvt
fa letter from I, L. Wlilett, drngulet, Pilot. Mich.
oq ii mrs-ir, sua nw tbel It l sood . '-rnrtlon
A week made st boms by ttte mdai-
inuse. (leeionoiness now nerore l be.
labile. Canltal ant anilul. W
will atari tnn Umh an.m t.u.
and girls wsnted everywhere to work
mb, iiuw , iui time, i on can
- - -r ' - '-. f r i tu.i wuoie time 10 100
sslaeee. No otber bailne-s will pay ynq nearly
well Re one om fall to make enormons psy,
rf"' oe. . Cosily outfit and terms free
VmnI 5-& M!1' 4 orably. Address
tu ACO., Aaqta,Bsias.
w w a b
$ f IJlTAMiOUMOTOWBCX
THE PAniY BULLETIN.
Two Heada Uador Water.
J1 Horace Gardoll, a colored runu with
a smile like that of a 4-monthn old calf,
put his lu'nd in a hiicket of water at
Kiphth and LombnrdJ stiecto, rhitadelv
. iiliTu, iind won a eharmiii"; littlo mulatto
wife: The peculiar way i In which ho
gained her wrh owing to the fact that a
bitter contest had been going on for her
hand for several months between him
self and George Smith, a colored gen
tleman of a peculiarly olive-white tint,
who lives on Dugan street, above Pino,
and hawks bottles and rags for a living.
On Sunday last the men came to the
conclusion that it would be as well to
have the matter tixed up, once for all
(iardell was especially clamorous, as he
had just inherited $$6 from the estate of
a deceased aunt and wanted soino one
to help spend it. On the other band, ,
Smith tried to counterbalance thin by
representing that he was manipulating
for a corner in the rag and bottle mar
ket, or something of that aort,' and
would soon net several dollars. Mitsa
Tack, dressed in red and green, with
blue feathers "to match," told the pair
frankly that they were equally ravishing
to her eyes and that she could not foi
the life bf her decide which to marry. -"Set
us some task," exclaimed Smith.
"Let us prove to you in a tangible way
that we love you. Then the man who
Eroves the 'tangiblest' can be your hua
and." r. . ,
Gardell assented, but demanded that
the task should have no reference to
bottles or rags, with which, he said, he
was by no means familiar. Then Smith
Sroposed that the lishing profession pre
ilections. with which the other man is
identified, should be excludud. Gardell, .
who once worked for a diver, suggested
that the man who could swim under the
Delaware for a few miles or so without
breathing should have the prize. Smith
dissented on the ground that this had
something to do with fishing. Finally,
the men got down to buoket of water,
and the terms of the contest, as it was
held, were formally put and carried by
the following vote: Ayes Nettie Tact
and Gardell; no Smith. When they
reached the arena they ranged them
selves round the buckcU and the cler
gyman stood near, ready to marry any
one to anybody.
"Time!" roared tho Rov. Jo6iah Irv
in. In a second two woolly heads were
ducked into tho bucketa. After fifty
seconds Smith began to squirm and
wriggle as if severely tried. At fifty
three seconds Smith withdrew his skull
from the water and five seconds later
Gardell did the same.
"Bravo! You've got her!" shrieked
the crowd with one voice.
But it was not so. Thore were to be
three rounds, with one minute interval,
and tho man who kept his head under
longoht was to bo tho winner. ...... .. , ,.
"Down again!" was bellowed out this
time by Rev. Thomas Chain, and the
heads popped under a second time with
two separate splashes. Smith puffed
and blew horribly and kicked out lusti
ly, hurting the prospective bride consid
erably, lie made fifty mjcoihU . and
Gardell forty-nine. Things were getting
exciting and very many of the specta
tors could hardly contain themselves.
"Time! Put em under!" onoe more
yelled the Rev. Josiah Irving, and down
went the heads. Gardoll seemed rather
blown, but ho made forty-two seconds
agairTst forty to Smith, who came up al
most dead. 'It" was really a "walk
over" for the Raltimorean, and Smith
felt so miserably that ho said nothing.
The winner, however, wad dried and
patted on the back. Then his cloricalacc
onder got up and solemnly pronounced
the marriage ceremony, binding Miss
Nettie Tack and Mr. Horace Gardell to
gether for life.
The winning party took a late train
to Baltimore, where the laurel and or
ange blossom-crowned victor is a steve
dore. Tho unfortunate nnd defeated one
slunk oft". Smith declaring that he nev
er wanted the bride's hand; that he
could have won it if he had chosen, and
that the whole tiling was 'done for fun.
"But it will inn !. talk in Lombard
street," Kiilil lie.
Senile Softening of the Brain.
Tliis is one of tho most frequent dis
eases of tho brain in advanced life. A
portion of the brain undergoes fatty de
generation, a term explained in formor
The softened mass varies In character
and consistency at different stages, but
at one stagoit resonibles moist gelatine.
In another form of it tho mass was fluid
Its most common cause is an obstruc
tion in the neighboring arteries, which
cuts off the supply of blood to tho part.
Suoh an obstruction is often attributed
to embolism a small particle swept
from tho heart to some capillary and
lodged there; or to thrombosis a larger
bit (perhaps of clot) thus swept along
and lodged In some artery: to a tumor
pressing on an artery; to a flow of blood
from a ruptured vessel already affected
with degeneration. i
Sometimes a fceblo heart, unable to
send tho blood to all tho capillaries o!
the brain, may give rise to It. It is
ofU-n remotely duo to prolonged Intel
lectual efforts, strong and continued
emotions, blows on the head, alcohol,
or to disease of tho henrt, caused by
acute rheumatism. '
Softening of the brain may be either
acute or chronic. Tho former is fatal
within ten days. More commonly there '
are no premonitory symptoms, and tho.
attack resembles that, of paralysis.;
When premonitory symptoms occur
there may bo pricking sensations,
cramps, blunted touch, diminished
power of motion, increasing wcaknoss
u 6fftfcU,'l Mv ftnd elumslncsB ol
the fingers, hands and feet, and a totter
inggak Some of the symptoms of cAronic
softening are Increasing feebleness, loss
of memory, fretfulness, tits of uncon
trollable weeping, dull pains in the
bead, a sense of confusion, thickness ol
soeeoh, gradual loss of muscular power.
Ifetlessness, and lau-r, paralysis of one
side, childishness, helnUsness, disposi
tion to sleep most of the time. .The an
petite and the weight may remain good,
When thore are premonitory symi
torn, the diot must bo rigidly slmnl'v
nourishing and of easy digestion. Milk
is the best. Nothing should be allowed
tending to increase the action of th
heart YouWi Companion.
CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNIM. APRIL
Most Profitable Vegetable Crop.
Which is tho most profitable crop to
grow? is a question often asked. The
answer depends on circumstances and
soil; climate, capital and labor all must
bo considered beforo deciding, . . One
thing we wish to impress on farmers is
tho mistake they mako in discarding
certain .vegetables becauso they are
troublesome to grow. We must not for
get that the easier a crop can lie pro
duced the cheaper it sells, and the highet
the price tho greater the profit, even
when labor is increased. For instance,
if a crop be easily produced on an acre
at a cost of $10 which sells for $20 there
would be a clear profit of $10 for the
acre. For two acres the outlay would
be $20 and tho profit $J0. Rut if we
placo the $ 20 worth of labor on one acre
and derive $20 of profit, the receipts and
expouses of tho easy and moro laborious
crops would be the' sa,nie, but one-halt
the land will be saved by the growing of
a crop that requires double lanor. if a
bushel of corn sells for $1, and the farmer
labors to the value of 75 cents to pro.
duco it, he is really selling bis labor and
not the corn, for tho actual substance
taken from the soil by tho corn is but a
fraction of its value. In our largo mar
kets theso vegetables that require care
and nice munagenicnt and much labor
to produce them bring high prices, the
rates being high because farmers will
not grow tlieni until they feci sure of not
only being reimbursed" for the outlay,
but a profit must also be the result. On
small farms, where the owner wants more
land because he is idle a part of the time,
those crops should be grown that call for
all his labor, as the sales in market will
return good wages for the work. Sell
ing labor on the farm that would other
wise be wasted is ns important as culti
vating, feeding or any other part of the
management. Farmer Magazine.
A little boy living in Maine,
Rode a stick-horse on a cane,
When the cane broke in two,
He was bruised black and blue,
But St. Jacobs Oil cured all his pain.
W. F. Lambdis, river editor ol fni Bcm-iti
and ilenmhont DSsoenirer stunt. Orders for all
kinds of stesmhoat Job punting solicited. Ofllce
at Bower s European uotoi, ho. 7unio levee.
STAGES OF THE RIVttB.
' The river marked by the gauge last even
log at this port, 42 feet 2 inches and fall
Cincinnati, April 19-6 p. tn. River 28
feet 8 inches and rising
Pittsburgh, April 196 p. m Rivur
feet 10 inches and failing.
Louisville, April 190 p.m. River 10
feet 9 inches and rising
Nashville, April 196 p. m. River 16
feetlO inches and fulling.
Cuattanoogs, April 19-6 p. tn. River
15 feet 7 inches and rising.
8t. Louis, April 19-0 p. m. River 16
feet 0 inches and risiu.
,' ' RfVKH ITEMS.
' River still falling hero but rsin set in
early yesterday urnming aDd continued
until 2 p. m.
The Chas. Morgan passed up yesterday
morning for Cincinnati. She had a fair
op stream trip and a goad cabin register.
The City of New Orleans arrived here at
3:30 p.m. yesterday. She had a very
good freight trip sod a great many passen
gers and left for St. Louis at 5 p. m.
Tho W. II. Cherry arrived hero Wednes-
pay night with a big trip from Nashville
and an'excursion party from the same city
who are making the round trip. The
Cherry left here on her return trip at 2:30
p. in. yesterday.
The Paris C. Browo from Cincinnati is
duo to-night for New Orleans.
The Hudson from St. Louis passed up
last night for Shawneetown.
The Cons Millar from Memphis is due
up early tbis morning for Cincinnati and
she has a dandy trip of freight and people
The Commonwealth from St. Louis is
due this evening for Vicksburg.
The Will S. Hays Is coining up from
New Orleans in a hurry and will make it
to Cairo insido of 4 dm. Look out for
The Vint Sliinklu leaves Memphis this
evening for Cincinnati and will pass here
The Jas. W. Gaff will pass down to-mor
row for Memphis and on her return trip
noxt Thursday the 24th inst., she will take
passenger to Cincinnati and return for $12
round trip, Including rooms and meal in
port throe days of the Dramatic Festival
which opens on the 3)th of this mouth and
closes May 5th. See W. F. Lambdin,
Pastunger Agent, and get your ticket,
'('apt. Geo. Brown of the Kvunsville and
Tennessee Rivor Packet Co., who has been
confined to his bod for 'several weeks at
Paducah, is up again and was a passenger
on the Ous Fowler yesterday accompanied
by tho charming littlo daughter of Capt.
Dick Morrow, chief clork of the W. A.
Johnson and Capt. Brown and his little
pretty charge. Thoy took a general Burvoy of
i.airo and returned tn Paducah much
pluasod with our city. Tho captain says
his visit was prompted with the hope of
meeting his flret love, Bill Pull, but we
told him be was on a wild goose chase it
that was his mission, as Bill wasn't hero.
... . , . Tbcrbday , E VBNf no, April 19, 1883.
A floe rain visited this section this morn
log lasting several hours; a welcome viii.
Ur as the streets were uncomfortably duity
and vegetation itood ia need of a good
The river is falling tery slowlr and will
not more than get oat of the way of the
spring rise from the Mississippi. '1 ' ' ' -"
The market ii generally dull and sales
in leading articles have to Ixi forced. '7
FLOUR Firmer and quotably tea cents
higher than at the opening of the week.
Stocks are ample in all grades. ;
UAY There is a small Inquiry only for
choice in smsll bales. ' '
CORN-Very little doing. Market well
OATS We note a little demand and
MEAL Quiet, easy and unchanged.
BRAN-Eaiy at quotations. "
BUTTER Choice is in good demand
but common is neglected. ' " ' ' 1
EGGS Moderate supply sod good de
mand 1814c. .
CHICKENS Receipts are ' small and
the demand active at present prices. -
APPLES Unchanged. Choice are In
lair demand but common are unsaleable.' :
POTATOES Full stock; snd dlilL
Peach Blows are S to 10c. off on the
bushel. ' '
SWEET POTATOES Neltter table nor
seed are wanted. .
8ale ana Quotations.
NOTR. Tbe prices aere fiveo are for sales fruia
(rst bands In round lots. Aa advance tr
charred for broken Intsin Qillntorrtore.
a t&s o
int nweenoiee. ........................ -..... tuwaia
100 hbls fenrv.
Jeers food Timothy .
1 csrgllt edge small bsls
Scars allied la balk........,..
s cars while ...ii, .,.. ... .............. .
4 cars choice to bath .......
Scsrem balk...... ..............
So. t Ked, per bo,
No. i Medltersoeaa
: MIAU '
tno hnlsCttv la lots I tOQl SO
too bbls City.... .......... ......m.m.
1 car la tacks.
000 pemods Bonthern Illinois roll....
& O Doands Northern roll...... ........
SO" pounds Northern Dairy pkd '&
600 pounds Southern Illinois. 1121b
BOO doses ...
ailO dOMB.(i,.HMMHWI..,.l(W., .....MM
IA-! dOaen .. w m. ... ....... iiwh.i mn i
iitaitni a eeeeee
8 coops mixed... I 7344 00
4 coops hens -. 4 SS
10 bbls connN...,M, 1 OOftl SO
SObhls Hhetnleh May...., 4 5035 nA
S bbls choice Wlnssps S 50
40 bbls fancy Wlnessp ....................... 8 75
20 bin choice Genatlas 8 50
Slai k packed fruit aOo to II .00 less
Csoloe yellow .
Northern Peach Blows per bash 6STO
Southern ills. Peach Blown per bush........Md60
.i 9ai oo
Tiercel eeeeee e t e elleae S neeseMetM
Httlf dO ,W..,
BOCkflti isseMiM set tee eBti
B. U. Usui M , 15
Clear aides , . .,,... .IS
Shoulders ' 9
St. Johns St II
Ohio Klver I 05
2 1 buahel herlapa.. t
5 bushel i
DRtlD FRUIT. ;' ;
Peaches.hslvesand qsuteri SHQI
Choice navv 3 00
Obolee medlar 71
Choice. Factorr .....r....M - in
Creani ............ ...mmmw.mmm. ....... ,i,.i,.
Calf, (ireen.M.,.......M mhm... 10
ury run.cauisa. .....,... , UH
fir flalt..l 11
Sheep Pelts, dry ...MM..,mM IOCJ0
HhAn PaIIs. ereea... .ajt.K
: ... . ...r... ,-uiiw
Damsged Hides u oS
'.V I II'.!-1. ,
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Common Lags. M ,...Br) f RAS "0
Good lay M., 4 Sua 1 11
tf?rV ToS a 0C
MedlnmJUai.. ...... n bio 1 fo
f2 nr d taif . baa
, ..... f 'U
rtali . . fee -r ,mrt - . -
.-- w ixrmi row
, 1 ' fewt. : . fewt, fbbl, )"'
Mmi bbl ISM . 1 7, IS SB
o. aOr.'eane...... ITU HI aa 'a
rtaiena,Ark...MM SM "' tru " a
Vlckibari, . nij nQ S
War ... St as '
THE GREAT GERMAN
Jtelit'ves snd cures
Neuralgia, -; .
Soistlos, Lumbago, '
Sorsnese, Cuts, Brulees,
And all ether bodily ashes
FIFTT CENTS BOTTLL
Hold by ell Drusrlals and
Dnilem. PIreoUuua in U
The Charles k. Vogslsr Ca.
iiini..i a. rootua a co
Ball I more, NIM V.N.A.
Catarrh and Hay
cold 1 tiis nia.
Read he A Ueafue
or any kind of muens
ioflsmetl snd rough
surfaces. A prepara
tion of undoubted
merit. Apply by the
little fljgt'r into the
noetrlls. It will be
AYsFEVEt9clennlpg the nal
SI" " w T1. ,t?,. or catarrhal
vlr'is, cauelng besltliy SL-cret:ons. It allsys In
ItammstlMn, p-otecte ihu memhranl Ilnlnirs of the
head from sdditloniil colds, completely heals tbe
iree and reatorrs the reuae of taste and sraalU
Beneflclal results sre realised by a few applies-
ATilOHOUGH TKKATMENT WILL Ct.'RBI
Cream Hlm ha aiued an enviable reputation
when vur known ; dleplaclng all other 1 reparatlone. '
Send for circular couUW lug full li.rormatlon and
reliable MetliuonUla. II v mall, prepaid. 60 oenta
a paclune Btnmpa received. Sold by all whole-
XLY'SCRK AM BALMCO..Owego. N. T.
"I"1f riioot, lire is sweeping by, go
III I law 1 f I laud dare before yea die, eoea.
W liii I ttilng mighty and subllms
I II 1 IK 1 1 l-ave behind to conqnet time."
-,---rN- week lnyonrown town,
Klve Dollar outfit free. NO
rlek. Everything new. I'apltal not required. We
will furnish you everything. Many are making
fortunes. Ladles make ae much as men. and boys
snd girls make grunt par Header, If yoti want
business st watch yon can make great pay all tea
time, write for particular to 11. UALLKTr A CO
The glory of a man is his strength. If
you are weakened down through excessive
study, or by early indiscretions, Allen's
Brain Food will permanently restore all
lost vigor, and strengthen all the muscles
of Bnin Bnd Body. $1 pkg., fl tor 5
William Woods, 147 Oreen St., Chicago,
111., says: "Brown's Iron Bitters cured me
of colic and pains in the bowels."
Fob Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint you
have a printed guarantee on every bottle
ofrMilloh's Vitalizcr. It never fails to
"Limwet's Blood Beacher" enriches the
blood, drives out all diseases, and will give
you excellent health.
To restore sense of taste, smell ur hear
ing uso Elys' Cream Bslui. It is doing
wonderful work. Do not fail to procure a
bottle, as in it lies the relief you seek.
Price 50 cents. Apply into nostrils with
To all who aro suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, uervout weak
ness, early decay, l"s of manhood, Ac, I
will send a recipe that will cere you, vheb
of ctUKQK. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
send a sell-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Josepii T. I.nman, Station D., New York
A Reliable Port Wine.
Mr. A Speer, of New Jersey, whom Port
Grape Wine has such a wide reputation,
and which physicians prescribo so general
ly, was tbe first in this country to import
the Port Grape vines and to plant vine
vanis of tlicm and to introduce the art of
making wino from the Oporto Grape which
is now the best wine to be had, and has be
come a great favorite among the meat fash
ionable New York and Philadelphia
society. For sale by Paul O. Schub.
To The West.
There are a number of 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. 1
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
fkest make are attached to all trains. '
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
ifornia nner.t with express, trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kansas snd Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with tue
Overland train for California, : ,
This line offers to parties enroute to the
West and Northwest, uot only fast time
and superior accomodations, bat beautiful
scenery, as It passes through the florst por
tion of Missouri aud Nebraska. Send lor
illustrated maps, pamphlets, Ac, of this
line, which will bo mailed free.
C. B. KlNNAN, F. CBANDMtR,-
Ass't Uen'l Pass. Agent. Oon'l Pass Agent.
J-fDiamond Dyes-are so perfect and
so b autiful that it is a pleasure to use
them. Equally good fur dark or light col
ors. 10 ceuts.
A Nasal Injector tree with each bottle
of Shiloh'sCataarh Remedy. Price 50 cts.
, , 1
buck ten's Arnica Halve -
The BeBt Salve In the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Itbeura, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, 1 Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give 'per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
35 cents per box. For sale by .- Gso. E
" f l.. M 1
Elys' Cream Balm.' We hive no prepar
ation so reliable or salable.' . It U the belt
remedy in the market for catarrhal affec
tions. Theo. B. Perry, Druggist, Elmira,
auar Jn ' UtT Bl
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
BliorteHt 'and Quickest Route
St. louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line lluuuin
O DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Connection
raa'iKS Lists Caimo:
:Or u in. Mail,
Arriving In .Loull 8 45 a.iu.i t .uichku.b.) o iu. ;
Connect g at Odloeua Kfflnuhera for I'lntlu
natl. L isvllU). liullatiayolis aud p'dnt Baet.
11:1 1 H.irt. Ht. Ixmiei im4 V.tri.
Arriving in St. Louts 7 p. m., and ennnrcttn:
for all points Writ.
Ii:BO p.m. V'hhx Kiinwa
F.irSt. Louis and Chicago, arri.mg al Ht. Louts
10:40 p. rn., and Cljlcago a ra
3;5Q p.m. Cinclnttiil 1 ICxiu'ohm.
Arriving at ClnclLnstl 7:00 a.m.; l.ouinillt H:V
a.m.; Indlanauolls :m a.m. Paex-tigi'rs h
, this train reach the above points lt to 3
HOCBH in sdvaoce ol auy other route.
hi VlPIUni'lll I'mtM in Plnln..-!! aJtiKn.,,
.IUI n. tn h I'll I VII
ehtttiges.and through sleepers to St. Louis and
1. Fant Timo l'.aHt.
Pu'diianrroiN ,)T 'his Hue go through to Ka.t
A aflflCillitlO era polnu wlthunt .dt d.lay
caused by Sunday tntsrVeolng. Tbe SaUrdsy after
noon tram rrom Cairo srnve. in new 1 o't Jionuar
ornlug at 10:35. Thirty -eii hours In advar.ee o.'
v other route.
" lVPor through ticket, and furltirr Itiformatton.
apply at llllaole Central Katlmad Iiepot, Cairo.
J. U. JON KH, Tlr.set AKent.
I ' A. H. DAN BON. Uen. I'ase. Agent. Cnlcago
R. B. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
' ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R.
alajl- ....l:(Us.m I Wall 4:05 a. m
fAcco'dation.ll:10a m Eit,ri ....... 11 :lil a. m
iBxprs.s ,. 8:90 p m Accomdatlo..4:l.r) p.m
... C. Sr. L. A N. O. R. a (Jackson Route),
thtall j. ........... 4:4!S a.m I tVall..... .. 4 S0p ra
Bxprese.... 10:30 a m tlipr.n 10:Sns ni
tM'tnodslion 3. 60 p. m I
ST. L. A C. R. R. (Nsnow Gauge )
B spree. . lO.Sua.m 'Kipmn 4 40 p. m
Accora'dallon. 8:10 p ro Accois'd,llciLlMti p n
ST.L., l.M. AS. K. R.
tllpress 10:S0p.m tKxpre....... i:f it oi
WABASH. 8T. LOCIH A PACIFIC R'Y CO.
Mall A Ks .... 4:45 .m I Mall A Ki.... :tl M
Arcom'datlon 4:Oi p.m J Accoiu'dstlon 111:00 a.m
Freight ,..-..5H m, Freli;bt -....-...8.50 p.m
Dally siesptHundsy. t Dally.
MOBILE A OHIO B R'
Mall J:S8a. m. I Mall :10 p. m.
Nelson County Whisky,
137 OHIO LEVEK.
us. a. snrra.
KUBIKT A. SMITH.
Grand Central Store.
CAIRO. - IX,-.
U ALLIDAY BROTHERS
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HA.
Egyptian Flouring Mil Is
Highest Caab Price pAid for Wbfit
PROPRIETOR OF 8PROATH PATENT
VVholeHale Uealor in lt.
IOF BVTHE CAR LOAD OR TON.W Kl.l
PACKED FOR SHIPPING
;IOnr Loadn a Specialty.
O F V I O US 1
Cor, Twelfth Street and Levee,
. (URO. tT.T.TNOIM
lMc?aVAMvecT.ri Cairo, Illinois.
DRY GOODS and NOTIONS,
! s full line of all the latest, nuwoat colors
1 snd quality, snd beat manufacture,
IOAHPJCT DKPABTMKN V.
Bodv Brussels, Tapestries. Ingraius, Oil
j Cloths, A1!, Ac,
Clothing and Gents' Furnishing
This Department occupies a full flor end
Is complete Iu all respects. ' Uoods are
guaranteed ol latest styls and beat me
Bottom Pricei And First-class Goods I