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PURE CREAM TARTAR.
SIOOO. Given t A
If alum or any injurloiiMUumcoc:in be round
tn Andrews' Pearl Baking Powder. Is pov
Uvcly pu RE. iMvw ciiflorM.xl, und b-s-llmonlais
nceivMTniiu such chemists as S. Imna llnja, Do,
ton; M. Jxliifnuliili)i of Chirac; nnd (justavu
Bole, Milwaukee. NevprnoM In built.
C. E. ANDREWS A CO.
CHICAGO, , MILWAUKEE, .
. MI liliMii Av. ! Sft7.Mi2' K.WtT
J.ID17 vumvv in .. " .. ....
factory to It wrnrer in every way,
nr tho monry will hr V' tuU'lt d l y
the person from whew It was bowkL ,
TbemilTi',ni-'.tprnpon-.vi1 hr r.ur l'iiiln iil-TsMaiw
Ml l.lurl.m. to ih wtamr. unit mi'ir.-.! ly Jmliw .i
Mm " most j'MforLaM. and pinVct Culi'S t t'r
IT....... ,. . lu f .,--.... aii.il.
1'RlrrK.hr Mull. Pp.Ij.bp Paid I
Health Piywrrlng, f.0. Wf.4dJu.Mn SIX.O
Akd.Blnal O-xtre c) NumIp l-&
Health Irril 'Sno roiitll) S'.on. P.rinr.ii
SLIrtupri!rlii. ft. AO.
Far Mir. hr Iradlnr Klnll I'1" everywhere.
CHICSOO roP.'"' CO.. "!ire:si:o. III.
HAS DEEN PROVED
The 6UREST CURE for
.... .r . vlnttm TFTEM DO HOT
IliESXTATDi uso uiancy. won ax onoe, ionic
' pat. rooomm.ua U) ana it wuijmcuj ovor
lw tv. i.nou and mttnr. health v action
I a s r compuunu pcuuuar,
.iuiljci. ia .A... .nv mm nun
Iuu) woaknonca, EJdn.y.Wort 1. uMurpauoa
M It will wt promptly and aafoly.
1h1nk f4.i. n.fnnv rimoaita. .nd dull dnurpliur
palm, all tpcedily yield to It. cumtlvs powur.
BOLD EI lIlUtOI3TB. m (I
'M lrl.n l. V, '. ,. taril, nl thl. ntv. m.mI io
h d. r tibti f' in ii f.i! K clney li i" itc
KIWr-WnrifTKRif Mix, '.la. M K hi)-', HrJU--U
Ar.e.lmny (It ,1'a.A'i.' :2-i.
13 A &UREI CURS
for all disooses of the Kidneys and
Xl liaa t7c!3 action oa tola tent l.'npm'Anl
rem, etiU24 H to throw c2 tarp:y aad
toactioa, U'smlatinc Cio healthy K.-cr(iUca of
tlx hilt, aad ty kep.s UK lwwo!a In (re
ODdLiUon, clSxtinf iu regular diacairge.
ja 0jnvt ItyoaaraiuCorlgrroa
filUlCincl. BuUrU.haT tho dill,
will .uro.y roUsve and quickly cum.
In tit Cpns( toeloaruetheEystm, ovary
ear .hould Uk. a thorouxh oonno of lb 1
IV SOLD BY DRUCCISTfi. Fr!-Tj.
!' i-alned i ii. In iwo month ,"f Mr.
J. C. P.mer. of Trrnliio. Ill . ( c 'J Ml. -unl hm
wel rfiau. I'd auAV'cr W'th ilv rdi.ordern tlnce
18B2. Kldniy Wor. CL'iici) us "
8'ror.g w rd f-om a Niw Vck c!i!-7-mi,n : "1
Cnhkwitat kolt iftMi,m gl KWnvW.iit !i
tritm bcneil -d tav" y ,ui. V . K' ht'Bil):, of
Mohtiw : v.. .
.FOR THE PERMANENT CURE i?
Wo other dlaraM laao prtralrat In thli oora-,
HtnnjLiuA thm (uUbrated XidjUT-Wort u a e
arr mm uiBmoawra. ana no nmwT amm vvvri.
Plaara. Whawrrr w ca.. however o ttliijaoi e
Jtba oa, Uii resierty wm oTeroomo it.
nil CCS Tina aurnnuisiT com
r IbEiOa elMat la very apt to be
rthtna th. rwamdwrtnul o-dkly
. RMlatxiM hav. bfire failed. I c
av UTiyoohjiarttharof t'it- trooV.. p
EVIIICItl.l VlOt I Oruf.Kiatt Sell I
Ki.r 11 y. f," writ I .ni tu
T AM, of
coera I.. I r hm1 i n retlrf fr.t
triad K diif-y Wutt. It ii.acuinii Me
Mm. iiih'I I
ia it la for all t!u paUful Cmmmh of th
. - - - - ww.v fck V
Xfcolaanaaa th. t7am r t ,.. a -i
LIDMEYb.LI VEhT ANI-1 pnwci
ijtJiM cauaea Ua inmXt-.iX ausrcrlnf whloh
y.'i w vi uuujnj.L.ai7i carl roaaaa
TMOllfiaynn na ricro
af th wont brail cf tiiia Umb.n dlMMtae
ijaava baaa qulokly mlurrod, and iu .oon Um
tlma, i. i nn in on hut, kuld ux uutccwrn.
J i. Dry n txi int hr maiL
WPXI. HlOlLUlDnOW It Co., UnrHr, firm V
"I '! b.hitUHl comlren". pilu l tho buck
and rlintimaM m,'' write . J, Sct'lt, ItiiiliLiftuu,
VL, KM'in-Wii t hnii cckki) tliem a!'."
T T"V nln"b "' wpiti oy. ko
II I J'l I I 'ami dare hnlnru jeucllu, omi..
r I 1'iltiK mliihty and .iibllmo
I) llik 1 I 1i'avi tichinillocoiiqiiHrllm."
M-mr mi . wrn-k in your own town.
Klvu Unlltr ouiflt 're. No
rlak. Kvrythlnn tiew. Cuplial hot ngulrnd. W'a
will furei.h yuu avnryibiitK. Many tiro making
fotlune. Lailln nutke a. much a. mm and boy
and (Irl mtk icrnat pay Header, If you want
lba it which you can nilc rrenl iky all th
tlmt, writ for particular to II. llALI.KT 1' ACQ
THE DAILY HULLEITN.
THE BANK OF ENGLAND.
What a Yankee Oorretpoudont Found in
Conversation Witt the Chief
1 -" Acconntant. , Li
Tho first person that I runt on enter
ing tho UanK of Enplaod was a vcMi-ra-Mo
porter in a quaint uniform, which
date, tmck, I think. t hundred years or
more; it left a green end buff impres
sion on mi', but I Ciin not accurately
describe its detail. The poru-r led ino
to a room where the executive ollicer of
the batik wa to be found. The oflicer,
Mr. Gray, is entitled "chief account
ant," and his position cori'puponiia very
much to that of cashier of one of our
banks. Mr. Gray, who ?at at his dunk
' surrounded by a corps of busy clerks,
and who U. a gentleman of the most
courteous and unassuming manners,
gave nie a cordial welcome, and under
hit rruidanco I visited every department
of the bank, and had everything which
I did not understand ,nt a planco ex
plained to me. Tho capital of the bank
is 1V00,(MK): iw circulation in the
hands of the public about '.'5,000,000;
its deposits, ou no portion of which is
'intercut paid, , average- in these days
about 32.000,000. With its customers
it has two kinds of account, deposit and
discount. I was told that in order to
put a discount at this bunk it was abso
lutely necessary to have a depoiit ac
count, but it can hardly be possible that
a banking institution with such an
enormous working capital, amount
ing to nearly 290,000,000, is ever
obliged to buy paper iu the open market
'In order to keep up loans. Tho bank
discounts no bill having over three
months to run; the smallest city bill
which it. discounts is 100: smallest
country bill $20. It cironlatcs no
smaller note than 5. but this seems to
be the onlv limit to denominations; in a
frame in the building is a canceled note
J the Bank of England for a 100,000,.'
000 end, if I remember rightly, the
bsnk pout Rogers had hanging in his
lihrarv a canceled note of the same in
stitution for 30.000.
I have heard that a note for 10,000
once had a singular history. It was
paid out to one of the directors of the
bank, who soon after loat it under sucli
circumstances that he was satisfied, and
succeeded in satisfying the bank, that it
had fallen iufo his lireplaco and been
uNist roved. Ho was given a new note,
"' which ho returned a proper receipt
ftti'l guarantee. Many years after tne
! original note was presented for pay
'nieiit; the bauk endeavored to disown it,
but could not, for it was genuine and in
the linn ds of an innocent person, and
tlic bank had to pay it. It history was
then looked into, and it was ascertained
that, instead of being burned, it had
Ijfen curried tip tho chimney by h draft,
and had found a safe lodgment in some
cmtiii.v iu io ilue. Hero it had re
mained until alt'-rations in the hotme-iH'cc-.it:itcd
the removal of the chimney;
then it K discovered by a workman,
whu regarded it as a lcir'ilimnto Hud,
and who presented it for pavnicnt.
I'.ight. here I mav as well relate aii
other Mory of tho bank, of which there
ni-e many," both in print and as legends,
but of u'iiicl) 1 will let thcu two serve
.i specinlens. A sewer workman,
wliihi poking around under ground,
found that by raising a flagstone he
could penetrate into the bullion-room ot
the. Iiauk. Amazed at the discovery, ha
pnn-h-red over it. and finally concluded
tliNt he would utilize it to his pecuniary
1 eti'dlt without stealing, lie therefore
wrote to the director, nking what re
ward he would reetdveif he should meet
tin m at any appointed hourof the night
in tho bullion-room, and thus reveal tc
theui a mode of Ingress of which llicy
were entirely ignorant. Thev named u
u sum vvhieh would make Iiiin iude
petidi nt for life, and to their over
whelming leirprwo he kept hit promiio
by Ji"iiiing up through the sewer, foi
which i e re, rived iu, ;.", or so. This
N supposed to have happened long ago.
Cor, Uvl'm Journ-tl.
Intaliigens; h Animals,
ifr. Romanes remarks in his book
'that there ure few recorded instances of
intelligence in bears; the following facts
may therefore bo worth recording; In
the Clifton zoological gardens there aro
two female, polar bears, between i'J and
3 years old, which came here quite
voitng. One of these shows remarkable
Intelligeneo In 'cracking cocoanuts. A
nul was thrown to-day in the tank; it
sank a long way, nnd the hear waited
ijiiietly till after some time it rone a lit
tle out of her reach. She then made a
current in the, water w ith her paw, nod
thim brought it within reach. This
habit has already been several times
noticed in polar hen r. She then took
It on shore iind tried to break it by lean
ing her weigh r on it with one paw.
railing in this, he took the. nut between
her fore paws, raised herself on her hind
h-sto hcrfu'l height, and threw the nut
forward against the bar of tho den,
three or four feet off. Sho then again
h-aned her weight on it, hoping sho had
cracked it, hut failed again. !bho then
Mpeatcd th: process, this timo suceehs
fu.iv. The kttcuer told inn nlie bmnlnv. .
ed the same method to break the leg
bone of a horse. That this is tho re
sult of Individual experience, and not
of instinct., is clear from tho fact that
her companion has not leiirnod tho trick
of opening them thus, nor could this
one do it w hen sho lirst camo. Tho
method of throwing it is precisely simi
lar to that adopted bv thoCcbus monkey
described by Mr. Uomaiies. Xature.
A Remarkable Woman.
Dr. Aberuethy, the celebrated physi
cian, was never more displeased than
by hearing a patient detail a long ac
count of troubles. A woman, know
ing Abcrnethy's love of the laconic,
having burned her hand, called at his
house. Showing him her hand, sho said,
"A poultice," quickly answured tho
The next day sho returnod, and said.
"Contiuuo tho poultice," replied
Dr. A. 1
In a week she mads her last call, and
her speech was lengthened to threo
words: "Well, your fee?"
. "Nothing," said the physician. "You
ore the most sensible woman I ever saw."
Ilarptr't Bazar. .
CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORN1NU APRIL 25, 1883,
THE HIV T0RKP08T0FFI0E.
Some OJd Inci lonU Which Enliten Uncle
The monotony of official life in the
postofllee is occasionally varied by a
ludicrous incident, which affords to the
employes a temporary relief from tho
daily grind of postmarking, assorting,
receiving and .dispatching. The New
York Sun says that a few Sundays ago
tho clerks oa duty in the basement were
busy assorting the newspapors, which,
after being received in the lobby front
ing on Mail street from the wagons In
which they are brought to the postofflco,
are thrown down a wooden chute about
three feet square and twenty feet long,
and land on a large tablo. The clerks
were amazed to see the body of a man
emerge from tho chute and roll over on
tho table, followed by his hat. 1 A hasty
examination showed that, though in
sensiblo, he was alivo and apparently
uninjured. Consciousness returned in a
few minutes, and ho was recognized as
a former cniplove of the olfice. It was
found that, haviug called to seo an aci
quaintancewlio was onduty in the lobby,
ho had been seized by an epileptic lit.
He was standing close to the entrance of
tho chuto. He fell bodily in, disappear
ing in a flash from the sight of bis as
A few days agoa registered letter was
received at Postoflice Station A, ad
dressed to an aged German living in the
neighborhood, and was given to the let
ter carrier for aeuverv, nut was re
turned to the station because its ow ner
was not at homo, and there was no one
on the premises authorized to sign the
required rocplpt After several other
efforts to deliver it, it was sent to the
general Dastoffice: and the German, on
calling' at the station and making in
quiry about It, was informed ol tne iacis,
and furnished with a slip of paper on
which wag written a certificate that
would enable bimto obtain the letter on
application to tho general postoflice.
. Armed with this document he made
his way to the big federal building, and
w;as soon wandering through its mazes
seeking for tho "Registered Letter De-partraent'"-
Observing on the gallery a
lme of citizens stanmng outsido the
closed door of an office, each provided
with a slip of paper similar in appear
ance to the slip ho held, he fell in at tho
foot of the line, which was rather a long
one. At intervals of ten or fifteen min
ute the office door opened, a man
emerged and departed, a voice called
"Next!" Tho man at. tho head of the
lino entered, and the door closed behind
him. In about an hour and a half tho
patient German's turn arrived, and, en
tering tho room, he found himself alone
with a gentleman of professional aspect
who, giving a hasty glanco at tho slip of
'Thht'sall right takaotf rourcoat."
"Dake off mine goat? Vat you diuk
I come for? To got shaved? Ivant "
"Oh, that's all right tare off vour
coat; I can't examine vou unless you
"Den I vos got to be examined? So?
Dot's all right, I Vsbose," and off camo
the coat. i
"Well tako off your waistcoat and
shirt; do you think I can examine you
with vour clothes on?"
"Look here, mine vriend, you dink 1
vas a lief? You vant to search me?
Veil, dot's all right. I poen an houest
man, by gracious, und you don't vind
no slitolen broperty my clothes Insite.
1 vas never zearch before already
"I don't want to search you; I want
to examine vou. Don't you under
etaod5" "No, I ton'd understand him at all,
but dot's all right; doro's my shirt off,
und if I a cold cotch dot vllfyour fault
The professional-looking gentleman
placed his hand affectionately on the
visitor's shouM'ir-blade, nnd applied his
ear to his chest, listening intently! then
he tapped him oo tho breast-bono and
punched him iu the small of the back,
inquiring if it hurt.
"Hurt? No, dot ton't hurt, but may
pe if dose foolishness don't stop some
pody ellus gets bretty soon hurt
"Does that hurt? "' was the nextques
lion accompanied by a gentle thrust
among his ribs.
"No, dot don't hurt, but by gracious,
"Oh, be quiet; I'm in a hurry and
have got a dozen more to attend to.
Now.can vou read this card when I hold
It out so?''
"Can you read it nowP" bringing it a
few inches nearer.
"No, but you can choost bring mcoul
mine sbegdagles bv mine goat pocket,
und I read hirn."
"Oh, that won't do. Your eyesight
Is defective. I'm sorry to say, and you're
rejected. Put on vour clothes again,
quick please." '
I'Dot's all right. So I vas rechected,
eh? Veil, dot vos nezezzary, I subbose;
but it's very vunnv, choost tho samo.
Und now I've been rechected und ex
amined, nnd all dose dings vot you do
mit me. maype you don't some objection
got to give me dot reehistored letter?','
"What registered letter?"
"Dot rechistered letter vot vos sboken
ipout on dis bioeo of baper from station
"Tho dickens! Who sent vou to me
with that? I thonifht VOU hail f-nnio ty
be examined. Didn't you apply for ap
pointment as a letter carrier?" "
"As a letter parrierP No, I don't vanl
to bu a letter garrier. I huf good Busi
ness got by mine own self; but py gra
cious, I vant mine registered lettei
from Germany vat mine bruder sunt mo
by station A."
"Hero," said the professional gentle
man, opening tho dooi and calling a
messenger from the lobby; "show'the
gentleman to the registered letter de
partment;" and the bewildered foreign
er was conducted to tho proper window.
It happened to be the day for the er
aminat on, by the postollk0 medical of-
The Buffalo Courier does not believe
that dime novels do tho harm with
which they aro often credited. "Onco
in a while," it says, "they may induce
an ovcr-imaginativo lad to set out for
tho froutier, as tho sea tales of a quar
ter of a century ago induced a boy horo
and there to go to sea; but in 'every
such instance the restless yearning for
adventure is in tho youthful heart, and
the stories only suggest a method of
gratifying it. l'hey certainly did not
""caU it) thumb thev may have fed it."
Sleepless nights made misorablo by that
terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is thereme
dy lor you. Paul O. Schuh, agent. (3)
Elys' Cream Balm. We havo no prepar
ation so reliable or salable. It is the best
remedy in tho market for catsrrbal affec
tions. Theo. B. Perry, Druggist, Elnnra,
Gove tfc Woodruff, Fartnington, III,
ssys: "Wo sell a great desl of Brown's
Iron Bitters sod it gi'd general sstiMt'ec
tjon." Never Give Up.
If you are suffering with luw and de
pressed spirits, loss of appetite, general
debility, disordered blood, weak constitu
tion, headache, orany disease of a bilious
uftture, by all means procuro a bottle of
Electric Hitters. You will bo surprised to
see the rapid improvement that will follow;
you will bo inspired with new life; strength,
und activity will return; pain and misery
will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice
in the praise of Electric Bitters. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Hurry W.Schuh. (5)
J-gTDiamond Dyes will color anything
any color, and never fail. Tho eHsiest and
best way to economize. 10 cents, at all
The set of feruieuting the Oporto Grpe
into wine in this country has been brought
to a greater degree of petl'ection by Mr. Al
fred Speer, of New Jersey, than by any
other person; and his wine is very pnpulnr
as an evening wine, is well as for the com
munion table and lor invalids. For ssle
by Paul G.Schuh.
The glory of mn is h)s strength If
you re weakened down through excessive
study, or by esriy indiscretions, Allen's
Brain Food will permanently restore all
lost viiior, and strengthen all the muscles
of Br tin and Bidy. fl pkg., 6 tor f5
Millions Given Away.
Millions of bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption. Coughs tud
Colds, have been given away astrul bottles
of the Ure size. This enormous outlay
would be disastrous to the proprietor., wcr
it not for the rre merits poMwsed by the
wonderful medicine. C!l at Htrry W.
Schuh's Drugstore and get a trial lrtlt!e
free, and try for yourself. It never fails to
A M'SlTIVE 01 KK
Catarrh and Hly
Airrtaui to Uni.
OOLD IS Till UK0
ITeadai h- A liehf.iM.
or aor k.ci of u.
lLfl.oue.1 and much
nurface A prrpara
tlou of nnilouMi'd
railt. Apn'v by th
little fi.:g r li.t the
notril. It will le
cla-tn'lprf lbs naol
paseit rr ratarrbtl
A.RRH C0tByf in
fir'., catmintr healtbv -crt on.. It aoay In-
flammtlem, p-olt. lh. tueoibran il linlnm ol the
bead from additional coida, completely tiia the
nrca and restore tl.e en ot tame and cine I.
itencficla: r-nli ar reaor. U by a luw appllct-
A TOOHOUGII TBKATMKST WILL Ct'RE!
Cream B.lm hai yained an enviable tep'itatlon
wher' vur known; die placing ail other t reparation..
Sot.d fnrcirru ar cont tlnln fall It formation and
roliiible t' ftlmonlal. Byroall. prepaid iO cent
a ptcksee tmpa received, riold by all abole
e! mid retai: dTipz't.
KI.VbCRBAiiiULM C0..Cwi;co. N- Y.
Thix c!e;ant drtuing
u ptclcrrcd by thoae
wholiave used it, to any
Mmilar article, on ac
count of i' tiiperidr
It contain mattriali
only that re beneficial
to th acalp and hair
Restores the Youthful Color to Grey or Faded Hair
Tarker'i Hair Ealsam i finely perfumed and i
warranted to prevent faliin j of the liair and to re
move dandruff and itdiing. Hiscox & Co , N.Y.
SOc and 11 ilm, at enlfn la drurt an. mMklsM,
A Superlative Health and Strength Restorer.
If you ar a mechanic or farmer, worn out with
overwork, or a mother run rtnwn by family or house
hold duuei try Parker' Ginger Tonic.
If you are a lawyer, minister or business man ex
hausted by mental ttrain or anxious caret, do not take
Ini.tticaiingstiniulan ts, but utePuker'i Ginger Tonic
If you have t'onaitmption, Dyp(ia, Kheuma.
ism, Kidney Complaintt, or any dnorder of the lunga,
itomach. bowel, blood or nerve 1'ai krr'b Gingrr
Tonic will cure you. It it the Creates! blood Purifier
And the Best and Surest Cough Curs Ever Used.
If you are WOTtinu away from nge, dissipation or
any disease or weak new and require a stimulant take
Ginger 'I onic at meet it will invigorate and build
you up from tin first dote but will never intoxicate.
It ha saved hundred of Uvea: it may lave your.
CAUTION 1-IWu all mlMltutn. Prk,tOlnirToDle It
cmpoMd of lb. biitrtniriiial njrmti la Ui world, aBiUastlrtly
dlStr-tit from prtp-ralionsof Ring.! aloo. Snd for drcuiar I
Uiwoa a Co., H, Y. 0e. A l su,.taltrsladnift,
GREAT SAVINO BCTI.NO DOLLAR Slat.
' Its nth and lasui'g frugrance has marl tin
delightful perlum txceedingly popular, There
ItntitltluK lik it. Insist uion havuiz Fluke.
TON UiUto and look lor signature of
i wy botUa, A.y dramdit or oMtr la psrlaawry
eaa supply you. tl and It fnt ilm.
LAKGS 6AVINO BCVINO IU. 8I7E. " '
I'roiosiilii for C ity Prlntiriif.
Ornrsof Cur Cui k. i
Ca ho, iu... April rub, lSV f
Si'tlcil proporal will be rvclvi'd at thl office uo
toImuteltiK of I tin city council Tuopilay ilny lnl ISn.1,
fordoing the city jirlntltg for tbo v.ar euiling
April Smh, 1TK4, raltl bl miift Include th coat of
pit hlitth lusi the council piocuedtnue, ordlnanrc
anr) notlriw of all kind Itincrmd by any city nttlcnr
or by order of tho city counrll, al o a'.f aperlal as
cmiment notlcca mad ly curomlflonor wbnlber
appolntrdbyibecltycouur.il or countv ronrt. A
fiind and nufllr. ent bond niu.t Kctompany bid.
The rliilit to fleet any and all b'da reenrved by the
city. D.J. FaLKY, tliy Clark
Notlcxt to Oontrnotom.
Ornct o CJitt Cmbk,
Camo, li.w.. April IHth. eat.
Sealed propoaal will rncel vnri at thl office up
to meeting of the city council Hay lt, ISKi, for fnr
Dlshtniratich lu-' herai the city n'y n nulre for the
year ending April S th, 1S8I. Bald lumber to bo of
good and onnd white or burr oak, white or yellow
plneoroyrrea and freofrom rap or nnnonod knot
nd of tuob dimension a ma- h required, and to
he tlrllverort In aur.h qnaalitle at uih limn and
place within the cnrpoiate limit a th commit
tne on mreoil may direct. A Rood and aufllclfnt
bond mnt accompany bid. The right to r Ject
any and til bid reserved by thai eii.
D. . FoLIT, City Clark,
akaa-j if i I
iari it i i
Good for Babies.
With a baby at breast nothing is so use
ful for quieting my own and baby's nerves
as Parker's Gingei Tonic. It prevents
bowel complaints, and is better tban any
stimulant to give strength and appetite. A
Tbo Best Salve In the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Bores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
iores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Coins, and all Skiu Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give por
feet satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
23 cents por box. For ssle by Geo. E
Work Given Out. On receipt of your
address we will uitke an offer by which
you can earn 3 to 7 evenings, at your
homo. Men, Womeu, Boys or Girls can do
it. II. C. Wilkinson & Co., 10? and 197
Fulton Street, New York.
To The West.
There are a number ot routes leading to
the above-mentioned section, but the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louis and
over the Missouri Picific Railway, Two
trains dsily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, Buint Louis to Ktnsaa City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph sod Oniaba.. ..
Pullman Pduce Sleeping Cars of tbe very
Brest make are attched to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cat
!fiin "nct with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trams for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omahs, connection is made with tbe
Overland train for California,
This line offers to parties enroute to the
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and superior nccnmodation, but beautiful
fcenery, ns it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated nisp, pamphlets, 4fo of this
line, which will be mailed free,
C. B. Kissav, F. Chahdmeh,
Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agent. Gen'l Pas Agent
Tue youthful color, beauty and lustre are
gradually restored to gray hair by Parker's
To restore sense of taste, smell or bear
ing ue Ely' Cream Balm. It it doing
wonderful work. D not fail to procure a
bottle, ss in it lies the relief yea seek.
Price 50 cen's. Apply into nostrils with
Catarrh Cured, health and sweet breath
secured by Shihdi's Catarrh remedy. Price,
50cmts. Nasal Injector free. Sold by
l.NHLttA -l K.
vr v a
1 "3 AavrnTcraof" ( Cairo,' Illinois.
DRY GOODS and; NOTIONS,
a full I Inn or all tbe latent, noweat colon
an 1 qaailty, aod h.( manufactar. :
ItntK' Brtiii, Tapetlrlei, I c grams, Oil
Cloth, 4c. ' ' '
Ciothing aod Gsnts' Furnishing
THii1 D partmon' occaplet a full In r and
c . m i) i .) ' o Iu all runpocia. Uoo" r'
g i r'iiittel ol lateat ttyle and hei-t m-t.-rtl
Bottom Prices and First-class Good!
t a- .;) oj I
KLOUR, GRAIN AND HA
Hkhest (!h Price paid for Wbnat
To Onntrnotorniand lluHclctra.
UrrinaoVTHi ; u. . I
w io ww. I n u uui il.. msi i ii. i. sii, ririu.i ,
The utdi'raluned will iron W tailed fropodl op
to So'clo. k P. M , on Htlnrday th tftth of April,
fn.ik. rnrnlahliitf of matrrlnl anit lnhnr fur hnlld.
Ftdtwlll biietitertnluedanparttnlt ftirthe etrpen
ter work, aliio for the brkklnyltg, metenalt to be
ftirnlahed. We retnrv th rlvhl to rtjeet toy anil
all bli'a. Tlaui and ipeclflcallona iut
tbe office, , . ...,. .
Tbe bid will nsopentd at" the ofHc 6n Satuj
day utghi the Sflth Inst it 8 o'clock tharp. All bid
der aro rcapertfullv Invlfed to b prra.nl.
Cairo, April Win, 1SSS. Bnildlng ComialtU,
s tinuka i.vtVia
LLitfOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis ami Chicago.
The Onlv Jjino ltunninti:
0 DAILY TRAINS
Makino Diricct Connection
Tuibs Laavs Caiko:
, . :O0am. Mull,
arriving In I .Loula 9 49 am : Cblcai,o.e;aop.m.:
Connect g at Odin and KfiliiKtiau) for Clnrla
- Ball, L irllle, Indlauapoli and point Bant.
11:1 i a.m. Ht. Juiw utu Wnttarn
ICx pi Pha,
4rrt1nguBt. LoulT:05p. in., nd coon.ctlo
for all point Wett.
3.60 p.in. Kaat i-lxproaai.
FrrBt. Louil and Chicago, arrlnoe at (it. Loula
Io:-v0p.m., and Chicago;:) a u
3 :BO p in. Cinoimmtl lCx prm.
trrlTUtg at Clnrluatl a.m.; Louurlll 8-M
a.m.; IMIai.apuii 4 .m. l-.iiK( br
thi train rt-acn the above oolnt to Mr)
UoL'Rb la advance ol any other route.
' MrTbe8:Sil p. m. ezprea ha PULLMAN
LKEJ?1N(J CAK Cairo to Cincinnati, wlthoat
-.haogei, and ibroagh leepert4o bl Loql B1
Fat Time lua.i.
PllsSHPllirtsi'W thll Hue go through to Rait.
1 ts,o.-JCJ$c if cm puiui without any delay
earned by Suudav luti-rvenlug. Tbe Saturday after
oon tralo from Cairo arrlvra lu Dew Yck Monday
omiogat J0:sj. fbir'.y-ili hopr lp advapcrd
other room. 1 '
iVKor through tlck.it uid further Informauot.
apply at Ullnol Central Itailroad Depot. Cairo.
J H. JONES, Tlrirt Afent.
A. 8. rUNSO!!.(in. Paaa. Agent. Chicago
R, R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CEMKAL k. h.
tbaiii niraBt. taukANir.
Hll 3:03 a.m ItMall 4:USt.ta
Aecnra'dalloa.ll:1"a m 'Ziurum 11 :J0 a.m
iKxpre. S:tXp.m I Accomdatl'a..4:l5 p.a
C. 8T. L.4N. O. K. U. (.lac k ton (tonte).
tMall. 4 am ItMall.... . .. 4Sep m
Kipret........ IOj.'i a m tkgprra 10: at
tAc modatloq J-Uip.ni j
BT. L. A C. R. H IMartow Uaag )
Kxprea. W t'l.pi Klpr.... ...... 4 40 p. (
Accom'dtloo. 2:1" p. m Ac:on'dtiuilt:lU p b '
HT.L., I.M A 8, K. It.
rlxpr lo ip.m tKpre.... t:jn 0
WABASH, 8T. LOUS PACIFIC K YCU.
V til Ka .... 4 4) vni '.Mall A Ki.... S 4i p a
Arrora'ditlo 4:i p.oi j Acr.oro'dalloo lii:tti a.m
Prelfbt ......5i a.m. I Freight ....8: p ai .
o.iiy .icept Sundy. ti)l!y.
i uuniLC a uiii'J u. K
.1:10 p. m.
CAIRO BAPTIST. Corner Tenth and I'opiar
ftreeta; preaching Stat and third hunday In
each month, 11 a. m. and :) p. ro : prayer mer
!ng Tbnr.dy,7:inp. n : Sunday acnool, a m
Kev. A . J. HKSi I'a.tor
CDXnCB Ot TBS BB!jXBK-Kpiieopal
Konrt.fiitn iireet; Oonday Ki u.. Holy
CobbqbIoo 10:.a)t. m.-. V:rtitig Prayer. II t. m.
Sunday tcboul S p. m.. K'nlnc Prayara p,n.
T.r liwnpiirl, 8. T. B. Vrtun.
FIBUT MlB6IONAHy BAPTIST CHCRCH -Preachlngal
10 So a. n.., S p. ip., and ?:S0 p. a.
Sabbath acbool at 7:90 p. tn UT. T. J. Sborea,
LUTHERAN Thirteenth itret: errlL ib
bath 1:50 a. m ; banoav arhoollp m. Re.
MKTUODIST-Cur. Sthth lad Wtiuet atreeti,
Prrachlntr 8tbtttb ll:0 m. aod7:'tO p.m.
-endar School at A:W p tn. Kit 4 A.rirarrett,
PKKRBYTK RIAN-Klgfitb a'r.rt: preacolcg oa
3 b bath at 1 1 :00 a. n. and ?:.Wp. ro.; prrf
BMllng Wedne.day at 7.V)p. n.; Sunday School
vtSp. m. Rev B. Y. Oeore, paator.
ST.JOSKPn 3-nltoi.ian Caihollrt ( orner Croat
and Walnut itreet; Ai-vlca sthhaih lU SA.
n.; .Sunday School at i p. m. ; W.pr J p m : .er
ice. erery di tt 8 1 ro. Rov. u'L'ara. Pr'rat.
ST. PATKIt.'K'H-fllotLtB Ctlnll('otnrr Nlntu
rret and Waahlogton avenoe; rvice Sap
lath and IK a. m.; Verper I p. n..; Hacday Stlo-al
! p. io. erkt every dai at a t. m. K. M.U.i i-ri
f'lty Ofhff rs.
Trraanrer T J. Krtb.
Cler I'rntila. J, r !.
CoooMlor V Bl. 11. UM'hrrt.
Jaar.hal-L. II. M-yria,
Attorney WUIlam Hi-tiMt ka.
B04BD or AtotaaiB
Flral Ward Woi. M-Hal. T. M. Kn lroug.
Second Ward-J' .- lin k . ('. N. Ungtiea. '
Third Ward B. F, Ulake. John Wood,
roorth Wid C'barlm O. Pttler. Adoiph 8o
bod. Fifth Ward-T. W. Ilallirtar. Brctal ti. I'etttt.
Cifuli Jndiie II. J-Unkrr.
Circuit Clrlt-A. II. Itvlp.
Comity Judge J. U. hoblniou.
( Olillt) CilTB !. J. Iluniin.
County Attorney J. M. Damn n.
Coonty Trea.urr Milui W, I'arkxr.
theillf Jnhu lludgi-e.
Coroner H. Kit iL'erald
County CounnlMioner T. VV. Ualilday. J. II.
Malcahor aod I'rler uu.
PUOPBIETOR OJ' RPHOAT'h I'ATKM
Wholesnlo Uealor in
ICFBTTHECAH LOAD OH TON.S Kit
PACKED FOR SHIPPING
Oar Loads a Special t v.
Cor, Twelfth 8treet and Uwe,
rTHRCITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Ualro. Ullnol-.
71 OHIO LRVKK.
CAPITA Jj, ())()
A Ueneral Baukluir busliieis
.,. ,. Cond lifted.
TH08. W. HAbUDAY,
i -' .' ' ' Canhlor
JSNTIRPRI8B SAVING RANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
THOS. W, HALL1DAV