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Secoud end l!llrod 8treta,
Tbe Passenger D pot ol the Chicago, 8t. Looli
ted ew Orlnane: Illinois Central; ;"
7i. ...A p.iHe- I...n Mountan and Southern,
Hohiu.n,! 01,10: i'iim end St. Louis Railways
ae.all turn across tbe streets while tbe 8tesmlii.at
t .nn t. Imf nna a.isare distant.
iri.i. 1. h..i..i liv .team, bee Pteim
Laundry. Hydraulic Elevator, Kluctrlc C'U Bell
Automatic Kire-Alarme. Baths, absolutely pure sir,
Burterl wrrage end complete appointment.
Superb fiiruisUnge; perfool euryice; andai
I an tin
I T J'AHKKK Ar K ..Jx
Speer's Fort Gpape Wine
FOUR TEARS OLD.
THIS CKLKBllATED NATIVE W1NB it mifle
from the Julco of the Oporto Grape ralaed In
thli count y, lie Invaluable tonic and iirenittu-
Matlve Wine. H-lntf the pnre Jnlce of tbe Grape,
nrouert:e ate uoiuriiameo or iuii
.Mutnil nrHr Mr Miwur'a own Deraniial iBDurvl
ton, ttf purity and genuine net), are guaranteed.
Tbi vounrt ch
1 1 Id in iv
partak of It Kneroui
and lha weake-t Invalid Uie It to ad Tan
Use It ie particularly bunofic lal to tbe aged and
debilitated, and mi tod tu the arione allmentr that
affw.t tbe weaker eex. It It in every reapect 4
WINK TO BE KEMKD OK. "
Speer's-P. J. Sherry.
The P. J.snEUItlT III wino of Superior Char
eterind artikcuof tbe rich qoal tie ortha trape
from wh rn It l made For Purity, Klcbnef. Kla
vo' and Modtcinal I'roportiea. it will lie touud un.
Sneer a P. J. Brandy.
TnU BKAXDY tand nnrlvaied in tlila t'onuttf
beluKfar vnpcrlor for medicinal puinoara. It U
psredlntlllittton Iro n th EmP". nu cnn'a'tn val
ilile medicinal nrooert lot. It baa a dollr.ate (In-
vor, lm larto that of Ihe jrapen, from which II If
dtatilled.aud i In great fnv r among nrot-clRi-x
famlllea. wee that tl'O mentiire of Af-KKKM
HPKKK, Pacalc, . J., Ii over tbo cork of each
Bold 133' Paul sciirm
AND BT nUTJGOISTS EVKKYWH iJ H K.
f -i t f (J -fiproplearnaiwayioii tbe.look
11 1 V' I J '" f'T ihaicea to lncreane
I 1 Ii theireamlng", and In time
II I LI IJiteC'imeweB.luy; thi vho
' --r-' -"-"o nt ImpriiTu ib Ir opoor
tunltlca remain In povertv.
We offer a great chance to make money. w wail
mant men, omn, lov and uirla ti work lor tu
right in 'heir own locallre Any one ran do the
work properly fr m the flrxt t art Tbo Iuih nm
will pay mrre th n ten timet ordinary wngca Kx
penaiveouifl' furui'hed frru. Nonno who eni!a;ep
lal a to m.ike money rap dlv. You ran (v te
your whole nm-tu 'ho w.rk, or oulv yimr apa e
momenta rn'l ,,fo"n ttion and a 1 1 al la ncded
entfreo. AddreaK STIN XON H) I'ortlatid Me.
I a poiltiva raiuaOr : r im abc.. Unui; b; Ita
IboaMDdi or cam of tha worat kind and of long
funding havabMii cured. lniled.aottrnDKli tny lalta
luolflcwy, lli.t I will und TWO BUTTI.fc.4FIIRK, to-
Clhr Willi aVAI.I'AUl.R TKBATiHK on tlili aianaM.M
jittH.mr. Olv. Kipn-M atni t. o. adilroM.
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Diiaiin, Om.TaaaBri'ra run N'mri Arrao-
tlo.lln.trtLBMr,.W,IMr AI Ulll.Sllukta
ludlr.cWtl. hnhUuff trrtdny'tu. TrtitiM a
laharMio b.,wharMlwa. Hand ainiM.P O.an4
K trial buitl.frMt
1 u rit (
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HL.P6'I1 a llrwtv Hrwnr VnaJ.
BEFORE AND AJTER
Clactrlt Appllancet art sent on 30 Divs' trial
TO MEN ONLY, Y0UN3 OR QLO.
VtTHO ara tur7rlns from Kiavora ntatLrrr.
V Lot vitality, Lc or aava Foata D
Vwoa, WjjTiao WiiKiiun, and ill tane diMua
of a Fakau'AL KtTi'aa rvtulilnu from aai and
Oraaa Ctt'.aa. HiMMdy telief nl eompleie reaic
ratlunof Haii.Tn.MiKiaand MAHoitiuuaANTaaD. '
The KnuxdtMit dl.covery uf tua Mnetoentb Cutury.
taavd at ouoe (or Ulutral) i'amphlvi fro. Adilraaa
VeiTAIQ IUTCO., WArtSHAli.lWICH.
HARRIS REMEDY GO.,Uaeiu
PHOf.rlARHIB' PaSIILLE RtMtDY
1 lea aud wiini wn. (until
iron rfertim. and rii.Me.1 bai.ii.
J It;, rrtuaioi. tUiaiuUi). and
iMr man. glMiBie onaaaqatDML
aea aulahf . ..,.. , i- . ' .
Tbt lawl k yut aa la boiea, ta. I OaaiiLi a mi'iai, aa.
pa. I teaouih la tatl a our.. ooUm la aet.ra oaaM.i as 1 all
(laatlof tare. ojonUiai, 1. I.DI by n.all u (ilala aiauiwa,
SHeertJwa. he lu aerMau.; wl faMpaiM aWrb
iax aaa SMda af aan Nat MM aa inr'Tiuua.
""ai A favorite prearrlptlon of one of the
moat ootvd and aiiivtMirul -neciallau In th C. H
nor rwtirwli lor th cur of JfraN JavaMJifa;.
Javaf eaaiat, WMlrsM ami famw. hen I
u plain 'tivaloprVwa. ImitglaUcaaOiau
Addeaa. DR. WARD 4 CO.. UaMaws. Mav
kMia .Bwrleaaa ia eurliii . el Uw ltlaa aUa t
M.lly. leap toner, lleai
ara. -ja-IIIU. ai Mare.
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-a aafe aud .are ranwallea. I I
lied .a Mieniia. iieiueiuieaj
I .11 ae Ht a I I J u.
Ce- w aa aiMweee uf ikwea aaalelua leealaatal lit auu,
fj'1" rli. few el.ea Jt4 aead I Me aaaeeaa,
r""1"!.1 "-raat.aaue. liaaeAatraaal
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? MMMJiVi s- Aa . 1 ? p'V 4V Or
n 11 ruu
PURE CREAM TARTAR.
SIOUU. uiven k ,
It alum or any i-ij uri-s iibsu-tv rn lx mtva
In Andrews Pearl Biking rowxlwr. I p"
lively PURE. K-liv o.Ul. and uiaon;.a
m:clv(Hl iroin such etienusw a s. in Hayx l5
ton; M. tc!afou:iUH'. of Clik-xw: aad
Bode, Milvruukc-i Nvef v.i -u br.'s.
C. E. ANDREWS A Cp .
Every Corset U warranted hiwh
factory to U wonrer in v-i y v iir,
. or tbe nioni'y will lx reluiidod I y
tbe person from vuotn it we bowlit.
f . utt Xiuftfr'akU uud p.rfeel Utti. 6 Ui-
mid PKICF!, by Mull. ToMi-ao Paid 1
Htalth Preaervln,. 1.R. S. lf-A'J"-"''- JJ-
Abdominal (Mtrabr-T,) 8.00. burning, l t0
Health l'rraorvli 'nc uiin .0. Paxaaon
Tor nale by Iradimr Kctall I!le everrwncr.-.
- CUICACO COIUDT CO.. ( Klcaau. W .
Tills elcjijii drciwng
ia picfeitid by tliute
wholiave used it, to any
similar article, on ac
i ount of i.s superior
It contain! rniteruls
only that are beneficial
to the scalp tuid hair
Restores tha Youthful Color to Crey or Faded Hair
I'irher's Hair Balsnm is finely perfumed and ia
warranted to prevent falling of the hair and to re
move dandruff niiUiiUiiiig. Hiscox & Co , N.Y.
Sdc. aod $ I alias, at dcolen Id druirt an4 nivdldou.
A Superlative Healtli ant) Strength Restorer.
If yon are a mechanic or farmer, worn out with
overwork, or a ninlicr run dtvn by family 01 house
hold duties try I'aiikkh's I ,iu'.k 'Ii nic,
If yon pre a lawyer, minister or biwineti man ex
tiaust. d by menial Strain or siixioik cnte,j do not take
Intoxicating iuinulants,but like 1'aikcr't dinger Tonic
If yon have otuumption, DypeiM,i, kbeuma.
bm, Kidney romi'liniin, ornnyclisoiderofthelungs,
atomach. Imwels, blood cr neiven I'a i k vh'h CiNC.ita
Tonic will cure you. ItisilittirealestHlood Purifier
Ant) Ilia Ecst and Surrst Cough Cure Ever Used.
If yon me wnting away from pge, di.sipation or
any iWn'.e or weaknns and rnuiie a atimulanl take
GiN&au 'i oMcati nre; it will invigorate and build
you up from tlia fi t dose but will never intoxicate.
It has saved hundicda of lives; it may save yours.
CAL'TIO N t-IWu.ll mbtllliilii. rirk. t'l Ginger Toole Is
eompottdol lb. ottlmiirdiBlnefiiutn Oivwrl'llniluwUr.ly
drffcreol Trtlti Jrer.lllgfll of R.i'lfrr slon., 6ruil for circular to
IIikox k Ci., H. Y, Sue. a 1 inn, al drxlrri la drup,
' CHEAT 8AVIN0 Ol'YIMO DOLLAR SIZS. 1
Itsn 'h Hud lasting fr '(ranee has made this
del'k'lnfiil perlnme exceedingly popular, There
iaiothlng like It. Iniittunon haviiig Ftoaa.
TON CoLovril and look for signature of
aa rnrr oottla. Aay dnirrlil or dealer In perfuiur
caa W(iily yoo. It and Hienl iliet,
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SI OO""' bt" tie. Por aa le. hy all rtriia.
mi 'r.'l"."r '"tit by K.anreaa on ia
i'..j,tuf iiriro JOJIN D.l'AIlK fit hoNrt
176 nnd 177Byr,amorr Kt CINCINNATI,
01X10 . s'leoaainiiiiliuu Uuaiiuuor. A ar
T" f Uf i riV1"'1 " l" fwupitig ojr. go
J IJ W I 'And dare helore yeii tile, annn,
W I VA" "''tii'ty and mblline
JLVyX-iKJ JL 1""v,, h,,linil In conquer time."
, w a ei k lu your imn town.
. . five Unll'ir otnflt Iro-.. No
rlak . Everything new. Capital tint renulred. We
will furulali you everything Muuy aro maklug
lorluiiea. l.a lies make an much aa m-ii and hoy,
and glrla m iko i-reiit pav Header. If mi until
bttelnci" at wuich vnu can make gieat fay all th
"h f"! Iw'llMrelUM, .sre.ira n, 0ih nIM ,
a-;."'l.'.''1i,'''l'l,,''l rlyeieaile dralnea, and aiaaiaa.
ori lire', dietlo. .r,rii, ean U e.MVnle .1,.
Mailt eared, auiw.,1 auin.oa ai.iHn..., Knluawd K HST
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A wnok niade at hutneny 'h imliia
trliiua. Ileal nuaine,. iH,w hef. rv the
tiu ie. t apli.il uut nitodoii. t
will Mart )im Men, wniunn, bin
auu nine waiiiea i vervUu a I o Wink
. nirua. oiiwi-init tltim. Vntl can
work In epr-e time, or vivo tour wlmlu Mum to the
boa ne-i. No other bii'lnn-a will pay vnu nearly
awll No nreuan fail to maku iinuihioni pay,
by engagoliigaloticit. Cns lr nu'fltsinl torm free
ri',.(?A',., "nd huuyf--IX. AddrtM
TMU CO., Aacuaia,Dsiat.
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'faaaaiaakood. K-m.., e"rli, ei,.ni," S.,.. d
la.aella. I'miinl-MilM .,.1. .1 m. e'-aaoaa. Baal
b aattiv au...,w.i.H 1.. i i il"a" :' I'trar,
CAIRO BULLETIN; SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL
THE - DAILY BTJLLE1TN.
VTbat Senator B-xk Thought of John Mor
riss?y aa a Presidential Candidate.
Senator Beck, of Kentucky, famishes
innumerable newspaper toric.H. Ho 1
a clover, vhole-8oul'il. an J brlght-ml oil
ed man. and can tell a story hlmiolf
about rw well ai any body in thr country.
The followlnj, in relation to the Koa
tticky senator" and his visit to St. Louia
duriiiv; tht convention of ctmtes
(roni one who heard and aw all that is
related: ... ,
Mr. Beck was in St. Louis but wheth
er as delegate or jvivtator is imuiater
lal. lie !.toppi at th? South? rn hotl.
It win tv rvmemVmt that amMhof dis-
tiniruished cu of the Southern cm thAt
occasion wai t iiv'.. oan jwmsefT,
x-prii-tii:ht,r and x-cnrvnin txf
Sew York. who here a bt fricad
of Mr. T.l.tenaad ! c opjert ciTaatt
uianr. rroMs.iv ko raia ia the pvt
crowd of vvvisoiVbo tiled lis city iben
avractevl rr.teb ::es'.:o vn the
strtv; i Mr. Morr.vy.
On vue ow;on durir; hi '.y Mr.
Beck, fcav-r.: kcl vry U?e Kmct. rw
late in the iv.orr.icf. aad tvH:t b.rzwi
;u::c ur.f.:svi isr the day' w.;ir.e. So
he wea: iz'n a room in the rear of a m
loon on the ou:JvcAt eorcer of FciirtY
and Walnut, aad finding a verr (n:
fortaMe locking vf r!ohrxi n:ta;f
out for a rre:. which afterrrd bx-4ffie
a sound sleejv Is mut hav been abor.t
3 o'clock in the af:ernoen wIkm. h
suddenly avrAkccexi by loud houtinir on
the :reH't. It was dene in behilf of Mr.
MorrUser, and was done by a crowd of
men and" bet J who had followed that
gnt!eman into or out of Gregory's
Winter Ganlen" near by. Everbody on
the street seemexl to join' in the chorus,
'Hurrah for Morriv!"
Mr. Beck, about half asleep and half
awake, rushed to the street and the first
person he chanced to meet was Colonel
Tom Nelson, of Terr Haute. Ind. a re
publican in politics and a wag in prac
tice. 'Tom.' said Mr. Beck, excitedly,
rubbing his eves, "What do these fel
lows mean by hurrahing for Morris
serf" Just then there was anothei
shout for tho big New Yorker from a
crowd surging toward tbe Southern ho
tel. Nelson looked at Beck for a moment,
and took in the situation, as manifested
in his drowsy eyes. "Haven'tyou heard
the news? 'Why. Morrissey has been
nominated," said he to the Kentuck
ian. "Nominated for what?" eagerly in
quired Mr. Beck.
"For president of the United States,
by tho national democracy in convention
asembled," said Mr. Nelson, in a tone
of voice and with ti manner of which he
alone is the muster.
"Great God!" said Mr. Bock. "You
don't mean to say they have nominated
Jolin Morrissey tor president?"
"I do any it; and that's what all this
hurrahing Tnt'llns,,' replied the gentle
man from Indiana. "The masses of
vour party are for Morrissey, Mr.
Mr. Beck had by this time opened his
eyes a little wider. As nnolher "Hur
rah for Morrissey'1 greeted his ears, he
Haul to .Air. flson: "Welltue masses
may be for Morrisripy, but his nomina
tion will play hell with the doubtful
states. St. Louis (Jlobc-Dcmocmt.
A year or more n;'o, as tho foreman of
one of the iron works of this .city was
iTossInx tlio yard one day ho CRpiud a
little fkip of a boy. seemingly not over
11 vears old, seated on a big fly-wheel
and eliei'. ing ttie en .1 of bitter reflection.
"Who are you?"
"I'm Jack.'1 i
"What are you doing hore?"
"Whet do you want ?"
Those were the inquiries and answors.
Tho boy was uale-faced and ragged, but
in his Ntecl-blue eyes the foreman saw
game. And, tuo, "the idea of a waif like
him setting out to battle the world
touched a tender chord in the heart of
the man who had bovs of his own, and
he set Jack at work in the yard. '
No one thought tho boy would stay a
week, and so no ou." eared to ask where
he came from or who he was. Hut he
stuck, lid was hard-working and faith
ful, and us the weeks went by ho gained
friends. One day ho walkoit up to the
foreman and sui J;
"I want to learn the trade." ' ;'
"You? Ha', ha! ha! Why. Jack, you
are. not big enough to baudle a cold
"I can whip any 'prentice boy in the
shop!', was the earniist declaration.-
''Just hear him! Why auv of the lot
could turn you wroncr si'do out! When
you get big enough to whip the smallest
one you come to nie for a job." i
At noon that day Jack walked up to
the biggest apprentice boy in the shop
and said :
"Come out doors."
"What do you want?"
"I'm going to lick you!"
, 'Because I want a chance to learn tho
Tho two went out, and in sight of
twenty witnesses little Jack won a
victory. At 1 o'clock ho touched his cap
to the foreman and said :
"I've licked your biggest 'prentice ami
want to go to work!"
'Ten minutes Inter he had become a
machinist's apprentice, and if you go In
there to-day you will find him wlih
greasy hands, oily face and a head full
of business ideas. Jack carries t he kevs
to Urn drawers where the -team.trnnjr,:,,
safety-valves and other trimmings aro
kept, and he knows the use of every
tool, the working of every pi!,;o of
machinery, and there is a eoiisiani cull
for Jack here und Jack there. IWokj
he is 20 he will be a tinlslied nincliinist
und before he Is 2.1 he will be foninian
of some great shop. He U quiet, earn-
est, respectful nud observing. What ho
does is well done. What hu is told ho
never forgets. !
And here in Detroit are hundreds of
boys who complain that there Is nu
chnuco for them, even when backed bv
money and Influence. They wail ami
wait and whine and complain, and lenvn
it to waifs liko little Jack to cull up Hih
game in their souls and walk boldly In
to n great manufacturing works and savi
Tin lieru-l wsuit a iub"U,truU
w. r ukutmn, river aotiovoi -lusi isitllitiw
nd ateamboat paaaanger agent. Orders for all
klnde of steamboat Job ptfntlug aollc ted. Office)
at Bower's European Hotel. No. 74 Ohio levee,, ,
- , STAGES Of THE K1VKR.
The river marked by the gauge last even
ing at this port, 43 feet 11 inches and fall
log. Cincinnati, April 20-6 p. in. River 80
feet 0 inches and rising
Pittsburgh, April 206 p. m River 9
feet 0 inches and falling.
Louisville, April 20-6 p.m. River 11
feel 0 inches and rising
Nishville, April 20-6 p. m. River 15
feot 3 inches and falling.
Cbv.tanoogs, April 20-6 p. m. River
U faet 3 inches and falling.
Si, Louis, April 30-6 p. m. River 17
feet 3 inches and rising.
Myor Ilslllday is receiving congrstula
tkxM and is kept busy shaking hands with
p:ra s to office. Boys seem to bo unu
kaI j friendly and think there is nobody
rcal to our new mayor. Don't be in a
hurry b.y, wait tilt he assumes the royal
rv', then wilts io and draw your prize or
blank, as the case msy be. But the mayor
hu pledged himelf to give Capt Hiram
U'li a life time position, because there is
n man ia tins grest country of ours so
will adapted and qualified as Cspt. Hill is.
to fill an office new to our. people which
Mayor Hallidsy has coaceived to be very
necessary to the interest of Cairo and its
citizens. The Cspt. will be appointed
sewer plugger and driver extraordinary,
and will wear a flashy uniform with but
tons all over him.
The Jas. W. Gaff is due here to-night for
Memphis. She has an excellent string
band on botrd provided for her excursion
to the Cincinnsti Dramatical Festival on
hur up trip. She will pass here Thursday
noon tbe 26th instant.
Chief Myers says he has not succeeded in
getting his crew ready for Salt River and
is having Borne trouble in regard to getting
a boat to suit, besides nearly all the de
feated candidates want fat offices; none
willing to accept the lively position of fire
man or deck band.
Tbe Will 8. Hays arrived at Vicksburg
Thursday morning 11 o'clock with rocking
shaft of ber doctor broke. She will not
reach here before to-morrow evening in
consequence of the accident.
The Centennial from New Orleans is due
from St. Louis this evening. She has a
Tbe Vint Shinkle from Memphis will
pass here Sunday evening for Cincinnati.
The Hudson from Shawneetown is duo
this eveuiog for St. Louis. Capt. Julio
Griffith is on the roof again.
The John A. Scudder leaves St. Louis
this evening for New Orleans.
Tbe City of Vicksburg leaves St. Lou is
this eveuing and is duo hero Sunday even
ing for Vicksburg.
Yesterday was a beautiful day but busi
ness could have been much better without
The Paris C. Browo is due for New Or
leans to-day. t
The City of Providence is due this even
ing from below and g'tes to St. Louis.
The City of Baton Rouge left hero last
evening with all tbe freight she wanted.
She goes to New Orleans.
Bud Smedly is at home again having
juRt returned from a trip south on the
Rescued from I'eath.
William J. Cong i In, ol bumervl le, Maaa., says:
In tha fail nf iM?ri, I wa taken wftb bleeding of trie
luiiire followed by I neve re cougB, 1 lout my up-
f otlte and fl th and waa c 'tiflued to tnv bed. In
S77 1 waa admitted to tbo hospital. Tbe doctors
said I had a bo e In my lung as filg as a i alf-diliSr.
At one time l repori went around that 1 was dead.
I gave up hope, hat a friend to'd tnenf Dr. vVlll
Irti iluli'a Da sam for tbe Lungs. 1 got a hott e,
wh-into rav nurprlif, I commenced to f el better,
lud to-day I feid l eUer than for three years past.
Another Physician's Testimony.
Uoatos, Waa..My , IS3I.
I know parties who have tried all kinds oi medl-
I . . i . , i . i . . rt- ,i
v'nre nir i.uug I'laeaae. woo pay mat r. vein
Ball'i Balaam furlu Luogs ti a comptute auccess.
ur. t-UAB. u. wuuu.
Arizona's Bullion Product.
The increase in tin." development o
Arizona's mineral riches, its shown by
tho production for the last year, ap
proaches tho extraordinary, trom the
statistics of the bullion output colluded
by journal of the Territory, it appears
likely that Arizona will rank third
among tho States and Territories in the
firoductlou of gold, silver, copper, ami
rtnd. Tbo hills among which "Ed"
St'lteifTelin was warned he would rind
hi "tombstone," hnvo in 1882 risen to
a position second only to Lendvillo as a
pontic of silver production. The figures
given for the product of tho Tombstone
district in silver and gold during the
yMr aro $5,21-2.876. The yield of the
Silver King and other districts amounts
.W $2,054,133. which, with other osti
nialed products, makes tho value of tho
diver and gold produced $8,757,0y).
Tho valuo of the copper bullion turned
out was 'J,945,2Hi. Tho total produc
tion of silver, gold ami copper in Arizo
na during 1882, therefore, amounts to
ll.702,2!)3. ' "
.Thus far tho Territory appears to be a
eotiutrv of small mines. - At Tombstone
ri 'pecidiar series of blanket deposits is
found lu the lime formation; and ft mine
relying upon denoHlts. even when they
are dignified with the name of "minor-
nlie.wl nnna " anlilnni vields for A VurV
long tlmo. Bomo o tho .T-mbstono
mines am already jiraotlcBlly exhausted
ns is tho ense with mines on Fryer Hill
al'LeHdvillo; but new mines nre contin
ually being opened up,' nnd the total
output of the district is likely to show
an Increase ratter than a fall off.
If you are a frequenter or a reaident of
miasmatic district, barricade your ystem
against the scourge of all new countries
ague, biliioua and lute-mittent fevers by
tho usij of Hop Bitters.
LooiNUTOjr, Mic.',Feb..; 188ff,y
I hhvo sold Hop Bitters .for four, yaars
and there is no medicine ttvat surpasses
them for billiousattack, kidney complaints
and many diseases incident to tbia malarial
climate. H,T. AtKiASM.
Pubic Coo Lives Oil made from selected
livers, on the sea-shore, by Caswell, Hazard
fc Co, New York. It s absolutely pure
and sweet. Patients who have once taken
it prefer it to all others. Physicisut have
decided it superior to any of tbe other oils
Chapped Hands, Face, riXFLxa, and
rough skin, cured by using Juniper Tar
Soap, tuado by Caswell, Hazard A Co.
New York. (2)
Fon Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint you
have a printed guarantee on every bottle
ofShiloh'e Vitalizer. It never fails to
Lydi E. Piokhsm's great Laboratory
Lynn, Mass., is turning out millions of
packages of her celebrated Compound,
which are being sent to tbe four winds, Ind
actually find their way to all lands under
the sun and to the remotest con floes of
Useful in the Family.
We usually leave it to doctors to rerun
mend medicines, but Parker's Ginger Tonic
has bi-euso useful in our lamilvio relieving
sickness and rutfering that we cannot ast
too much io its praise. Salem Argus.
He coughed the coughed I His eyea rani
he looked redder in the tscc than a lobster.
But "Seller's Cough Syrup" cured him.
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night aad broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth? If so,
send Mt once and get a bottle of Mrs. Win
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value ia incalculable. It wilt re
lieve the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarihaa, regulates the stomach and bow
eN, cures wind colic, softens tbe gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone md
energy to the whole system. Mra. Wins-v
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pIuHssnt to the taste, and is the prescrip
lion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
The glory of a man ia his streoetb. If
you nre weakeued down through excessive
study, or by early indiscretions, Allen i
Brain Food will permanently restore all
lost vigor, and strengthen all the muscles
of Br tin and Body. $1 pkg., 6 tor $3
William Woods, 147 Green 8tv Chicago,
II.. ss: "Brown's Iron Bitters cured me
of colic and pains in tbe bowels."
To all who nre suffering from the errors
sod Indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, ifco I
will send a recipe that will cure yon, ruH
ok chakoe. 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
Work Given Out.-' On receipt of vnnr
address we will make an offer by which
you can earn 3 to $7 evenings, at jour
home. Men, Wonted. Boys or Orris can do
t. H. C. Wilkinson & Co., 105 and 107
Fulton Street, New York."
Fhom Major DownsMilitary Instructor,
Mt. Pleasont Academy, sing Hing, J. I
During the very cold weather I was Buffer
iDir with Catarrh. My head and throat
ached so severely that I was obliged to give
up everything and keep quiet. iys
Cream Balm was sutrtrested. Within ,aa
hour from the first application I felt re
lieved, the pain began to subside. In two
days was entirely cured. W. Downi
Feb. 15th, 1831.
To The West-'
There are a number of routes leading to
the above-mentioned section, but the .direct
and reliable route is via Saint Loun and
over the Miss mri Pacific 1 Railway. - Twe
trains daily are run from 4he Grand tnioo
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City; Leaven
worth. Atchison, St. Joseph ana umans
Pullman Palace Sleeping Care ortbe very
th est make are attached to all trains. ,.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passenger.
for Kansas. Colorado. New Mexico ana uai
if-'mi. nnnnoct with express trains fall
At Atchison, connection is made with
1 T 1 1 . .
express trains tor Kansas ana iteorMna
noints. ' '
r . . ..... :
At Omaha, connection is tnade.wno tue
Overland train for California. , . i ,
This lino offers to parties enronte to Jhe
VvVst and Northwest, not only fast time
and aiiperior accomodations, btlt beautiful
scctit rv. as it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri and JNewasEa.' onoior
illustrated mans: namnhlets, Ac. of .Ms
liue, which will be mailed free. ', ',, .
(J. B. KlKNAN. F. CHANDLBB,,
Ass't (Jeu'l Pass. Agent. Gen'l Pss Agnqt
A Nasal Iniector tree with eaoh bottle
of bhiloh's Cataarb Remedy. Price 50 cts,
.. . 18
micKipn'8 Arnica Salve
The Best Salvo !n the ' world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcersi' Salt Rheum,' Fever
Sores. Tetter. Chanoed Hande, Chilblains,
Corns, ami allSkio Kruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to irtve 'per
feet satisfaction, ormouty refunded." Pries
25 cents per (mix. For sale by Geo. E
. Dr. Kunk's Gurat Nertb RisTOfiHtt is
the marvel of tho age for all nerve AraeascS
All fits stopped free. Send to Oil Atch
etrnet. Pbilarielnia. Pv ..7r. w. -
Klection Notice. ,
Cut qi.ssk Orwj, t . e
OAmi.III., AprfTOt,188i J
' PnWIe notice la hvri'livlirivi n that on T0el'
the 11 hdav ofMnv. A. I. ISM. A aneelal eltjirtloa
will be held at the env'na boure of ths Aiohor
Firu comnaov. In tbe Flfui ward, ultr of eUals:
III., f i. el lin nlncilnii nf on a alderman rroaa aald
watd to (J I v iraney caiieert by the rasignaitnq o7
re, tir t r . 1 1 J . . . - A I .i ..dH r.-.U.b I.
1 re . xiailiUBI , p. II wiei :,iuu H,a ai p u 1, uia ,
thenioinlns ant continue onen on til 7 0 clock I
the afternoon of aald day. fly Order of rlty coin
cu. o.i. roL,uiy uwr.
LLINOI8 CENTRAL K. II.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Jouis and CJucagb.
Tho .On.lv Liine Kunuina;
0 DAILY Tit AIM"
J ' TTrnm flitirn.
, eaJka A a mm-m aw VOAA aar p
Making Direct Connection
Ttutss Liavs Cairo:
...... , ;uoa m. man.
Arriving Is . Louis 1. 4ft a. in.; Chicago. S:aop.m.
Connect g at Odin and KuWbam lor cfneis-
nail, 1 levino, inuianapoiii sua point out.
11:1 i a.m. St. Loul und Western
Arriving in 8t. Louis ?:05 p. m., and eou&ectlng
for ail pomu si. ,
3:SO pan. XTrust Kxprtaitw., . ...
VorSt. Louis and Chicago, arriving al St. Louis
W:40 p. n and Chicago ,:9(i a in
3:STj jQ.m.Cinciiitiittl fc'.iprejMa., .. ,
ArrlvlDj it Clnel-natl T:tn a m.-, Lcuisrllla Sir
a.m.: ..inoianapoui :os a.ui, raaaeioi.iira bt
this train reach tbe above points 1 U to Ul
UoL'He la advance ol auy oiLur route.
taT"TheS:tV) D. m. einrnsa has PL'LLllAN
MLEKI'fNUCAK Cairo to Cincinnati, without
ehsngas.aod through sleepers to Ht ton is and
' ITast Time Kast.
PiluOOlio-oiu hT lail1 "t"' go through to East.
1 asrtCllUCI 9 arn points without any delay
rinsed by Boodav Intervening. The Msturday after- '
anon train rrnra i;airo arrivea in new lore Monaay
orningai Tniry an ooursin lovacceor
iy For through tickets and further !l formation.
apply at Ullaol Csutral tutlroad liepot, Cairo.
J. U. au?i Es, Ticket Agant.
A. Ht JL49&0K. Geo. Pars. Agent. Chlrsgo
R. B. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. K.
Taams naraaT. tsuas asjuvi.'
Mall ,.w.l:0Ji.m I tMall 4:( s.sa
Acom 4alio.ll:IDa.n -Kinrees 11:10 a. at
llxpresa 8:5Up.m Accmdstloa..4:IS p. sr.
' C- BT.L.4N. 0. R. a. (Jackson Uoota).
tSfail....... :a.mltMall... . .. :S0p.m
Eipress..... 10: a m I tEgprnaa 10:30 a m
tic modatlon S fjOp .m
8T. L.AC. R. K. (Nsr owGauif I
Iipresa. lO tna.m E ipr.es 4:40 p. m
'Accom Oatlon. 8:10 p.m i -Accoia datlunlx:iu p m
BT. L . IMA S. K. R.
tlzpreaa.. loaOp.ra tKxpreas tirSO p tn
WABASH. BT. LOCIM A PACTPIC R'T CO.
'fail ka ev., 4 4) a.m I Mall A Et.... -4f P m
Arcom'dotloo 4w p.m I Accom'datlon lo-OOa.m
rreight :oi a ra. freight s 30 p.m
' Ua:iy except Bunrlar. t Wally.
, MOBILE A OHIO B. B'
Xal....,.e.eJe:&Sa. m. I Msil........l:l0p. m.
Nelson County Whisky,
137 OHIO LEVEE.
CVSKRT A. HITS.
Grand Central Store.
CAIRO. - - ILL.
Nashville, Padacah it Cairo Packet.
Tbt slegaut and palatial itestner
B. S. EHEA,
) a sstsaaaat
iXesvea Cairo every Monday at 4 p. m. for Nash
Saahville, Padncali & Cairo U. S. Mail
W. II. CHERRY,
. "Aeavostb.il port evory Wednusday at 4 p.m. for
NatbvlllU . . .
I The ane piasengor ind freight atcamer
. , . B. tHHl. . rimmr nta.ia M.pl. U. 1. 1. If A
Lfvavui, r. btiui. n.r ...iri wu-w ,. - - .
m. Leives i:a ro ro bt. luu, ami way i.uu
Inea oner earn ween s a. in.
Notice to 4"!ontrrit'trjrsj.
" i ornoa orCivr (M.kiik,
' I r ,t , i Ci'. iu.a.. April 18th. 8S'. (
H-kUd ortpoaale wlilii-rmoivnd at this office ap
.."TfJT'.IZ" !. nil If.u l.l. lw.ll. r,.e fne.
nlshlngauch In ber as tha city may n nnire for the
U T "j, '- t.il a th laill U.1,1 lllml.ue Ia h. f
flSrSDmai AK11 ,m, .'n.., j .h.m.fu, ,w w ,..
Mod and sound white or burr oak, wblto or yellow
pine or cypress aud frco from sau or unsound knot
aad of such dlmonalona as ma ne mqitlred, and Io
M drllvurcd In such qnautttlna at stu b times and
pisccs witliln the corpuiale llmlta as the commit
fee pa streets may dine'. A good and sufHcletit
bond mast acrnmpany bids. Tho right to r.Ju't
auy aud all bids roserved by the e.tv.
1). . KOHY, City Clerk.