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PURE CREAM TARTAR.
If alum or any Injtirloiiaauratuiieeseaii be fonna
m AndreW Pearl Baking Powder. Is poa
Brcly PURE. li3iiK-'dort-i-d, and htlmonlaul
lecci wdlrum such chemist as &. Daiia Bays, Boa
Inn; M. Dolafontaiim, of Chicago; and Ututavu
Bode, Milwaukee. Never sold In bulk.
C. E. ANDREWS A CO,
M u-hisuu Av. 27. 2i A 29' K. Water
v.. ur rnn.it is warranted sat !s-
lootorT to Its wcaror In every waTi
or the inonpy will be rrtnndod by
toe pcrton from vbnin it wn bmistit.
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iwmfrtriAble p.-rfet mniR Court er
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CUICAGO COliSET ( it., Chicago, 111.
Who want glossy, luxuriant
and wavy tressesor abundant,
beautiful Hair must use
LYONS KATilAIKOX. This
elecant. cheap article always
makes the Hair crow freely
tndfast, keeps it from falling
out, arrests and cures gray
ness, removes dandruff anU
itching, makes the Hair
strong, giving it a curling
tendency and keeping it in
any desired position, lleau
tiful. healthy Hair is the sure
result of using Kathukon.
Mrs. Corni-liiis Vandcrbilt U in hard
luck. It is :i jrivat tliinjr to Lo a Vau
derbilt and to have h beautiful hone ol
your own. Hut. after all, it U hiippi'
ness not unmixed with d niw bucks. -Mrs.
Conidius VtiinVrbilt is verv proud
of her hou.-e. Nt At to that of tin; old
man s it is undoiilitnlly the most beau
tiful of t!n- V.-tivli-rbilt mansions. She
moved in a few months hj mil ex
pressed tin- utmost delight at her now
residence. Probably none of the family
it so popular as Cornelius Vanderbilt.
Ho and his vwf" nre u hut bumble folks
Call "homo bodies. " lie is .Superintend
ent of tho Trinity Clin jn-1 .Stimiay-Si-hool
ona me least aiieftoil mid most cordial
of all the Viuiderbilt tribe. He is aluo
a member of the Youn;.' Men's Christian
Association. Mrs. Vanderbilt had
scarcely moved im(J hor new hoii-e and
Uiconw comfortably nettled when hIip
was obliged to take' up i-vcr. tliinj nod
move out again. Tiie removal was
caused entirely by tin; ipnoranco or lack
of foresight of the architect. In build
ing the house a new process for preserv
ing the planks of the Honrs was ued,
Tbe flooring in the entire mansion from
collar to roof was covered with fomo
atrong smelling stuil' which, it was said,
would harden the wood like iron and ef.
fectually prevent auv bhrinking. Thin
.ti it - i .....
wm mi nun vnougii unui the lurnawi
;aodtho great fires in the house were
lighted, wnen an olteiiHive odor was at
once noticed. It increased as the heat
Increased, until the house became abso
lutely uninhabitable. It wn a long
Ume beloro thoy couul find out the
cause of the odor, and when thev did
...t. . i i I. . . . -
coDsuuauons were nciu, mil it was
found there was nothing to be done but
to move out, tear up the llooriug, and
lay down fresh planks.
If you ar a frequenter or resident of a
miasmatic district, barricade your Byttcm
gaioat Inn acuurne ol ail new couutnes
fue, biliious Hml intermittent fevers by
ue vauor tiop mtiers.
LCDiNOTOif, M;c., Feb. 2, 1880.
I bae nbl Hop Bitiera lor four ytsri
M4 tbtrn ) do medii liiB that nurpHMei
tbB for billiousattsckn, kidney complaint!
tad many diaoasei iocidvtit to this malarial
liaaao. II. T. Alhasuek.
THE DAILY BULLEITN.
KER FACE 0EHE11 rOBTTOE. ;
Now and then a girl becomes an ac
tual bollo,iJEUa pwu was actually a
bello. She was very hand.somo and the
only child of -millionaire. She dress
ed perfectly, and bad everr pos-siblo ac
conipltshniont. (When she entered a room she some
how threw all the other girls into sha
dow. A crowd " gathered about her
chair, and recognizod beauties pouted
in indignation at their neglect
Whether she would have been so much
admired bad she not boon an heiress, it
would have boon hard to say; but sho
bad had, on an average, twenty offers of
marriage since she "came out," and had
not yet accepted any one as her chose a
husband, though she was tliree-aud-twenty.
Perhaps the pleasure she took
in her bellehoou was too groat
At last, however, almost on her twenty-fourth
birthday, she met Mr. , Evan
l'luntagauot a young exquisite of the.
testhotie type and urged on by his moth
er and all his many Bisters, engaged
herself to him with her father's con
sent. When she did this, one young heart
ached sorely that of hor faraway cousin
Roderick Blair, a physician, new-fledged,
who lived with nis mother in a pretty
country town in Devonshire. He paled
and mbped, and his mother knew well
what troubled him.
"Whv did vou never speak to Ella?"
she said, "flow do vou snow ahe could
not have liked you?''
"She was too rich mother," said Rod
erick gloomily. 'I could not seem tc
be a fortune-hunter. I would not owe
go much to a wife."
"Not If she loved you?" askod th
Rut tho sontrould have no more talk
about the matter. The girl never could
have been his. He himself did not un
derstand why ho should feci more un
happy than before- Terhaps it was bo
cause, as his mother said, he did noi
know but that she might have likee
And Sir. Evan Plantaganet exhibited
his prize in public, aud ids mother arte
isters boasted of his engagement to "tin
daughter of Mr. Lowe, the well-knowi
Suddenly there came a crash; a start
ling piece of news petrified the fashion
able world. It was uttered by every
tongun, and published in every news
paper. The millionaire Lowe had embarked
in speculation, and his millions were
-i The great house was closed. Mr.
Lowe and his daughter went to live on
an upper floor, in a plain stroet,and the
mother of Evan Plantagauet declared
herself shocked at the old man's decep
tion. In fact the young man himseli
was horrified at the situation of his pros
pective fv''Mn-law and having drawl
ed out nnndry reproaches, was ottered
his freedom, which he took at once.
Ella was free, and poor. Roderick
Blair, In his country home, heard the
news. A few hours "afterwards he was at
Mr. Lowe's door.
u fmiwl Ella as britrht as ever; in
fact she had long since grown weary ot
Plantaganet and his affections. She
wore a pretty dress and smiled and
chatted gaily. The humble rooms were
pleasant and well-arranired. Novel
had Roderick passed a ple'asanter even
ing. He returned homo full of hope
But though he felt himself honored by
the privilege of visiting in that humble
abode, most of Elia'a admirers, and all
her fashionable lady friends, but three,
gradually dropped' her. She was no
When be accepted an Invitation ulie
found herself treated like other girls.
The lesson was salutary. If her vanity
was hurt, her good sense was improv
ed. One pleasant winter day she accepted
the hand of Roderick Bla'ir. It might
be a long engagement, for both were
poor; but they trusted each other.
Meanwhile Mrs. Blair was delighted.
She came down often and brougnt all
the village news.' Amongst other things
a description of the splendid new house
a rich man, whose name she did not
know, was building on tho very next
Sieco of land to that on which bur own
rown cottagO; stood. .,
, , Ityasa marvel of perfection, thor
oughly well appointed In even- wav and
it was now being furnished from roof to
basement in the mot elegant manner.
, .The. furnishing did not come at tiret, of
course. Indeed, it took six months to
arrive nt that point And a stained
glass window In the hall, and a conser
vatory thoroughly stocked, brought the
old lady down on a special visit.
. Mr. Lowe was always interested in her
account of the place.
..I , , i .....
i snouiu line to see n, no said. "I
will comn up with ' Ella next Monday,
and, no doubt, I mav got permission to
go through it with you."
'Delightful!" said Mrs. Blair. "I
adore handsome houses."
Ella smiled; aud the result was that
tho following Monday, Mr.Lowe, heartv
and happy ns In hi palmiest diirs, o.
fured his arm to Mrs. Blair, and leaving
the young pooplo to follow, escorted her
from hor own quiet homo to tho elegant
now mansion. , , r
The man who was carefully polishing
the stone porch opened the door for hhu
and all four entered. ' i ;u
Certainly a handsomer andyet a moro
home-liko house, could tot nave boon
found in nil England.
Mrs. Blair was in raptures.
Roderick, looking down at Ella, aid:
"My dear, I wish I could give vou
such ft homo;" and she answered:
"Ah, Roderick. I wish I could bring
buuu a homo with mo when I cotuc to
Mr. Lowe heard and paused with a
"Say you go, children?" lie cricd.
VWU. then, my dears, ifvoullko it,
Mvill give It to you. Take It and enjoy
It seemed a witticism, at which tliey
all laughed, and they went homo togeth
er, happy and friendly, and took tea iu
the widow's cottage.
' .After tho meal wtw over, Mr. Lowe
onoe moro brought up the mibiuutof the
"Vnl,!inu rcnly Hke to Hvo there,
good EllaP0 he asked, so far from town
and all Its gaieties. "
"Papa, I bate town," said Ella, "A
CAIRO -. HUfXETlN: THURSDAY MORNlNd, APRIL -26, -188.
country life and true honest fcrionds 'foi
mo. f '. i. -r
"I agree with you, child,' ; said ' Mr.
"The H'orld is rerr hollow, aoolety
very Unsatisfying to the soul, yet it u
not unusual to feel that while we an
; voumr.lf ;.tJi..l rtvHii.l
e have had mir experiences. ' J
think thoy are sufficient. ,.Btrt; doai
friends, I have ft confession to 'make.
The story of my total -lost o iortuns was
an exaggeration. I lost a yry large
sum, it is truo, sufficient for ' founda
tion for the rumor. ' ; I fostered,; ft, and
piavect wio rutnea man to perfection.
My motive was to save Ella front a fortune-hunter,
and to give her to a good
man who really loved her. :' 6be has
found him." ' .',' '.;.-
' "My dears, get married asaooa m you
like. Tho house yonder was built for
you. l on, Mrs. lilalr, will, of course, live
with your son. and you must, Und room
lor mo somewnore wunin us walls, aeai
inadame. I think we will be verv han-
pv together. There, no talk about It
now. You have engaged yourself to a
rich womau against your will, Roderick
and have to put up with tt,'V'--. ;
And he took his daughter away, wrap-
Eed in her fur-lined cloak, and tmlling
tick at her lover. . , ,, V ,
Again the millionaire Lowe , was a
nine days' wonder in the city. ' -Again
the fashionable world offered its invita
tions, and Evan Plantaganet's mothet
went to call on dear Ella, and toll her
how 'Tlantaganet regretted the misun
derstanding;" but she found a wedding
party assembled in the little parlor and
discovered that Ella had been Mrs. Blair
for nearly half an hour. . . She had self
possession enough to present her con
gratulations, and retire speedily.
Sho was not wanted, and the late
belle quito understood what had brought
her there. For her part, she was hap
pier than she had been in those days ol
adulation and flattery, tnd would not
have changed her true and loving hus
band for all hor train of admirers, for
all the hollow world ' could offer. And
yet she was glad to bring Roderick a
fortune as well as a heart, and he knew
her too well now to be glad also, If only
for her sake.
Aphorisms From The Quarters.
Some pocket-knife mus' 'a' beenmada
to len' out. . , ' : ,.
A man dat kin make a libin' tolayia'
do fiddle aint ap' to pester do hoe-handle.
'Casionally, a man wid right smart
edication can't find hbj knife when it git
in do wrong pocket i
A long spell o' roomatta is ap' to p'iot
out your bes' friends.
De rainbow might be better lookln' ef
'twu'n't sech a cheap show. ,
Do bottom o' de meal-box make
mighty po' music. . . ;
Big blaze o' lire can't roas' your'taters.
De bes' seed ain't bonnd to make big
watcr-milions. ' '
It'sa ruightyrotten old house dat wont
mako kindlin -wood.
Bresh-fire soon gone. .
Heap o' wuuiniy scaly-bark come orf
de top limbs.
Ue crawfish gits into trouble by build
' too tine a chimley to a little bouse.
vin bv eultervatin it.
IVarnrk can't hide his foot by reread
m' hi tail. .
fjreen 'simmons aint 'frald o' nobody.
Edication don't come by bumpin' g' in'
de school 'ou.-e.
When le raorkin'-bird try to'mork
jb'n thing, hebonn' to let out some mu
sic flat aiiiMvtif much. ... . ,
It's a mighty lazy nigger dat don't
Keep Li- u sharp. " .
A hole under de gardon palin's is a
Oanl M-i-rct to keep.
Scev.-baryou gwino to hit 'fo' you lif
your hoc. . ,' 1
. S is fiis-roottea wont hii't your 'spect
srUlit v hen do rraj come out short
Too much trabblm' on. de' railroad
make sonie folks lose de right lick for
De voting peaches Bafe when de martin
rtart her ne.s'. ...
You don't need much fence roun' de
:owciimror" vine. J. If. Macon in tht
April .'cniury. 1
"Button, button, who Has, the but
ton?" asked a glove that had been drop
ped on the toilet-table. ;
'I've got it," answered Jimmy Jacket
"I've several buttons, in fact"
"No," put in the closet-door, "I have
it mvsf If; the carpenter gave i to me."
"I hud a dozen or so,' said a boot,
looking rather down at the bool. :
"And I have a hundred; or more."
yawned the easy-chaif, "but thfT don't
button anything; they don' t ' belong to
the working class.".
"Hero's a bachelor's button," remark
ed a vase of flowers oq the .bureau.
"There's a button-wood tree in the
garden," said the button-hooker. "I.
suppose yon all grew there.";' ' k
"iknow better thlin, that'Pputed
tlio closet-door. "Mine" grew. the
veins of tho earth, where all the pre
cious Tnotnls are found." It'e a poor re
lation of theirs." ' .
"And wc," added a pair of Jvory
sleeve-buttotiH, "we grew in the land of
the whim' elephant. We were carved
from the tusks of tho leader, who thread
ed the jungles and swam the rivers at
the head of his troops."
"My buttons," auid the glove, "were
nearly related to the gem which Cle
opatra dissolved for Anthony, They
were mot her-of-penrl, grown in the shell
of tho pearl ovster, lor which divers
risk their lives." ; ,.
"That's something of a fish Itory.'.'i
thought Jimmy's jacket "My button
are only glass; but glass is sometime
made of Hand, and who knows but their
ntoms may have been swept down to
the Hcii-Bhoro from 'farthest India' " .
"And I," whispered the bachelor'
nuiton. "i sprang from a tiny seed,
with all my splendor of blue and purple
wings, like the Afrite from the Jar which
the fisherman found on tho beach. It
is a miracle how I 'vas nanknd awtr
there!" Mary N. Prescott, in SCMcM
A pretty story comos from Milan. A
scatiiHticss whs lately reduced to such
dim poverty that Mho was forced to sell
for a trilling sum an old painting, tlx
vole relic of her dead mother. , She had
nearcclv dried her tears, when back
camo the picture-dealer with a large roll
of bunk notes. Ho had discovered thai
the lamented relic was a roaster-piece o)
Annlbale Caracci a fact scarcely nor
reiuarauuie tnun nu own nonssty
W. t. Lahdi, river editor ol Boi.litih
and ttoSfflboal. .paMaaitr aat. Ordr for all
klodtofiuamhoat job iiriullna tolicUod. Ottlce
at Bowr Karopean Uotol. Ho. Ti Obtu lot. .
' 4 ;' STaOKS Of Till RIVKR. ,
The river markiid by the gauge last even
ing at this port, 41 feet i inches and ris
Cincinnati, April 23-6 p. ui. River 35
feet 0 inches and rising '
Pittsburgh, 'April 256 p. m River 14
feet 5 inches and rising.
Louisville, April 236 p. in. River 13
feet 0 inches and rising
Nashville,. April 25-fl p. nt. River 20
feet 3 Inches and falling.
Chattanooga, April 25-6 p. m. River
23 feet ( inches and rising.
8t Louis, April 35-6 p. m. River 19
feet 10 Inches and rising.
' RIVER ITEMS.
The Qus Fowler from Paducah will re
port here at 3 p. ra. connecting with I. C.
R. R. and leave on her return trip at 4 :30
The Golden Crown will rep irt here this
evening for Cincinnati
The Belle Memphis from Vicksburg
passed up for St. Louis last evening. Stio
had a good trip.
The City oi Providence loft here list
eight for Yicksburg. She had a fine trip.
The Mary Houston from Cincinnati will
receive freight here to-day and depart for
New Orlesss this evening. For passage,
apply on board or to W. F. Lamb-din, IV
seuger Agent' Office on 6;h street, between
Ohio levee and Commercial avenue.
The City of Cairo leaves St. Louis this
evening tor Vicksburg and is dui hum to
The City of New Orleans from St. Louis
is due to-night.
- Yesterday was a very pletsant day but
business on the wharf dull.
The river is still rising here and we look
for it to reach 45 feet before it comes to a
The Jas. W. Oaf is due this evening
from Memphis and has a large party of ex-
enrsionists of the Bluff City, g"intf to the
Dramstio Festival which opens next Mon
day night at Cincinnati. The Gaff has a
floe band of music on hoard for the enter
tainment of her guests, and it only costs
12.to make the'round trip froraCiir).
W. F. Lambdin, Passeoger Agent, will fur
nish tickets and . secure rooms for those
who may wish to make the pleasant trip.
The Guiding Star from New Orleans is
juo tu-utgtit for Ofuctuuail.
The Hudson from St.' Louis is due to
night for Paducah and Shawneeiowo.
The W. U. Cherry leaves here this morn-
log tt 11 o'clock on her return trip to Nash
ville. Capt. Turn GallL'her io command.
Rescued from I'eath.
WtllUtn J. Conmila. ot Bomervt le. Mass.. nan:
tn the fall of IRTS. I n Ukuo with blvedtm of tne
tonic fallowed by atevera conga. I lo-t my up-
petlUandB h. and waa foSsed to mi bd. la
iS77 I vii admitted to the boapiial. 1 he doctnr
aid I bad a ho la my long aa bis ai a I lf d lliar.
at one umt a report wrdi aroona mat i aeaa.
l tare np bnpa. oat a mentt to'd tne or or. vvtii
Iiti Hili'e Ba'iam for the Lnnirt. I ct a holt ,
wh-nto my enrpriae, 1 commented to f-l belter,
and to-diy I fI betierthtn fur three yean pen.
Another Phyrtcian's Testimony.
ItoeroN, Maf .. May w, lS8t.
1 know Dartlee win have tried al I kind ol medl-
clo for Ldb Dtaeaaea, who ay that Dr. Wm.
uaii't Balaam rurtue Lanit la a compi. n anccfia.
ir.CUAS. II. WwOD.
' Sleepless nights made miserable by that
terrible cough, Shiloh's Cure is the reme
dy for you. Paul G. Schuh, agent. , (3)
Gove & WoOfiruff, Farmington, III.,
says; "We sell a great deal of Browns
Iron Bitters and it gives general sapslac
tion." 1 i
Never Give Up.
If you are suffering with low and de
pressed spirits, loss of , appetite, general
debility, disordered blood, weak constitu
tion, headache, orany disease of a bilious
nature, by all means procure a bottle of
Electric Bitters. You will be surprised to
see the rapid improvement that will follow;
you will be inspired with new lifejstrength
and activity will ' return ; pain and misery
will coase, and henceforth you will rejoice
in the praise of Electric Bitters. Sold at
fifty' conU a bottle by Harry W. Scbuh. (3)
The act of fermenting the Oporto Grape
into wine in this country has been brought
to a greater degree of perfection by Mr. Al
fred oer, ot Now Jersey, than by any
other person; and bis wine is very popular
as an evening wine, as well as for tho com
munion tablo' and tor invalids.' For sale
The glory of a man is his strength. If
you are weakened down through excessive
study, or by early indiscretions, Allen's
Hrain Food will permanently -"restore ell
Joel vigor, and strengthen all the hiliscles
of Brain and Body. $1 pkg;, 6 (or $5
' :Ladies, If you would be forever redeem
ed from the physical disabilities that, in
thousands of cases, depress the spirits and
absolutely fetter all the energies of woman
hood, yon have only to get Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
HEflikiVs Pkptosueo BeeTonio, tho
only prepartion of beef containing its entire
nutritious properties. It contains' blood
making, force generating and life sustain
ing properties; invaluablo for . Indigestion,
Dyspepsia, nervous prostration, and all
forms of general debility; also, in all en
feebled 1 conditions,1 whether the result of
exhaustion, nervous prostration, overwork,
or acute disease, , particulary , if resulting
from, pulmonary complaints. Caswell,
Haxard, A Co., Proprietors, Nw York.
Hold by DrQfrjists. (8)
One of Boutin's Sosnea in thsleuate.
Inferior in intellectual ability to Web
ster, Clay or Calhoun, Thomas Hart
Benton had no superior as a man of iron
will and haughty disposition, during the
twenty-nine years and seven months that
he served continuously in the United
States Senate. ' Aggressive,' bold and de
fiant, he tyould occasionally strike nut
recklessly at everything ana everybody
about him, like the huge wild buffaloes
of the Missouri prairies, treading his op
ponents beneath his feet 'in his angry
rush. - His greatest display 'of ungove'1'
.able rage In the Senate chamber waa
when, in an angry debate, he advanced
with threatening gestures toward Sena
tor Foote, of Mississippi, who, fearing
that ho was to be attacked, drew a small
pocket-pistol. The sight of this weapon
made Benton uncontrollable, and, en
deavoring to shake off the grasp of
friends who seized him, he shouted:
"The cowardly assassin, let him shoot
roe if he dares. 1 never carry arms, and
he knows it- Let the assassin fire!",
After quiet was somewhat restored.Clay
suggested that both Senators should en'
ter into bonds to keep the peace, upon
which Benton arose and exclaimed: "I
will rot in lail, air before I will do itl
No, sir! I will rot in jail first!" and he
proceeded to, pour" forth a torrent of
bitter infective on Foote before he could
be quieted. Even when he was defeated
in seeking a re-election for the sixth
time in the Senate, and was forced to
accept a seat in the House of Represen
tatives, Benton failed to display a
chastened ambition or a softened heart
lien rerley Poore, in tfu April Cut,
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica.
Lumbago, Backache, Headache, Toothache, ; '
BMaro Thi-wal, Stwelllasa. Mprwlna. Wrwla ,
Bern, fteala. Froai Bit.
lini LI. IITHIS HOIMI.V PtlkS ISO iOU.
Sakl bj bniuuii m bnt-ra trfMM. f iff Cmt SMB.
MwllstM Is II L1(M.
THE I -II III.F.a A. VOGFI.FB f.
ui. wjtLii uui HHiwn. i. a. a
life te eweeDtnar br. o
dare belort yea die, aoma
K mighty and onhllata
Denias toeoBqaer tlaae.'
tMaweek Inyoarown tows.
Fir Dollar owtflt fro. Ho
rlek. EvrytbliiK new. CotylLal sot required. We
will furuieb yuo everything. Many are maklar
forlntiea. La.liee make M vaf.b aa men and boya
and atria rake ereat Day ' Reader. If vow-want
baelucM at wtilcb you can tnake treat pay all the
time, write for particular toll. tULLLTf CO
Millions Given Away.
Millions of bottles of Dr. King's New
Hiecovery for CnnRtimption. Coughs aad
Colds, have been given away as trial bottles
of the large size. This enormous outlay
would be disastrous to the proprietors, were
it not for the rare merits possessed by the
wonderful medicioe. Call at. Harry W.
Schuh's Drug Stare and got a trial bottle
Iree, and try for yourself. It never fails to
riucmen Arnica balre
The Best Salve In the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,-' Chilblains,
Corns, tnd alt Skin Eruptions, sod positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect sttisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents pr box. For Sale by Clio. I
'llARA' - "
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night add broken
of your ret by a sick child - suffWiog and
crying with pain of cutting teeth! If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor little" sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, 'mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhoea, regulate the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens tn gums, re
duces intlammation, and gives 'tone and
energy to the whole system. ,' Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teetbiog
is plessant to the taste, and is tb prescrip
tion of ono of the oldest aod : belt female
physicians and nurses in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Work Given Out. Oo receipt of four
address we will mike in offer by which
you can earn $3 to $? evenings, at your
home. Men, Womed, Bovs or Girls can do
it. fl. 0. Wilkinson & C04 109 aod 107
Fulton Street, New York.
1 To The West.
' There aro a number ol routes '-"leading to
the abiiv-mentiohed section, but the ditect
ai.'J reliable route is via Saint Louit and
over tho Missouri Taenia itaiiay. I wo
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Lesven
woith, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
- i'liliiuitn I'aiace Sleeping Cars of the Very
fli "R; make are attached to' all trains.
,' At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansss, Colorado, New Mexico, and Cal
ifornia, """nct with express trains of all
At Atchison,-' connection '1s 1'mads with
express trains for" Kansas and Nebraska
points. , : 1 ;
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland train for" California. t
This line offers to parttoS " enwifte to the
West aud Northwest, not enly fast time
aud superior sccoinod dions,.but beautiful
scenery, as it paweg through the, finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. : Sehd for
illustrated maps, ' pHniphlots. &o of this
line, which win ne msuea ireo. . 1
Asa't Gen'l Pass. Agent. Gon'l Pass Agent
' Catarrh Cured; health" and weet breath
secured 1y 8hl)tH's CHtarrH reimeijy. PriceJ
BOcentB. Nasar'ItiJ'MJlor free.'"' Bold jy
Paul G. Schuh.
' Dr. KtWE'tl ORBt Nt!iToai
the marvel of the age for ll Brvs diseases.
All flu stopped frea. Send to 041 Arch
street, Phtlsdeloia, Pa.
fLOUK, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Milk
Highest Cub Prlc Pali for Wheat
PROPRIITOR OF 8PROATS PATENT
.Wholesale lealor in loe,
CB BY TDK CAR LOAD OR TON.WKM
-PACKED FOR SQIPPINO
Qar Loads u Spwtnltv.
Cor. Twelfth Street an.l Levee,
Nashville, Paducah 1 Cairo U. S. Mall
W. II. OHEHRYa
' Xewvee this port every Wednuaday at 4 p. ro. fot
The Id paaaeoger aud freixtit a learner
' Laavee St. Louie for Cairo onto rarh weak S
ri. m. Loaeee Ca'ro toe St. Loo'.a, and way laud
iura o oacb week i a. .
Kuhrille, Paducah & Cairo Packet.
. Tb t1eaat and palatial eteamr
B. S. EHEA,
Leave Cairo every Vonday at 4 p. m. for Naab
State A Monroe Sts., Chicago.
wmr rrn ur Mm u
fir UU, juu vtn. .Iu L.P..11
f lmiau. a.iit, tt-iu,
imimi. kniu. CirUai
), B.(rT ""I lltu. h"
DE. KLIJiTS GREAT
l-ni.krluai-T..ulM Al.I.IBH: (fukea
M air.l.4. AoV axr Ardn iM. TrtUiM
SI trial Sult tr u KH Cum,iK? -iiree
SttrtMn kua,wa roth
iBnM44r2MefniMeui te Kl.lNi.HJl ArS
wtlTad. s4 aimit,p o a
peoplearealwayion the look
lor cbancee to incrraae
eireainlnta. and lu time
become wea tby: thuae vho
do not Imprure ih.-lroppnr-
toDltlee remain lo poverty.
Wa offer a great chance to mako money. We wa it
many men, woman, hoya and (trie to work lor ae
rlxhtla their owolocalltlea Any one ran do the
work properly from the flret aiart The haatneae
will pay more tha ten times ordinary wagee Kl
peneireonlit fornlahed free. Noonewboengair.ee
falit to make moner rap dly. Yoa can devte
ywor whole tlm tu the work, or onlv your epae
omenta. Fail Information and ail fiat le needed
seatfre. Addreae SflHSOX 4 "IO Portlaod. Mo.
Fropoeala for C ity Printing.
, , Orrtoto Crrv c. ii . i
Ca ho. lu... Ai rll I db. ISM. J
Reeled pronoaale will bererelved at thla office np
totaveeilcf or i he city eouactl Tutuday My let I US,
fordolos; the etty prlml for the year n rl i r, k
April Soth, ITB4, said bi tuxan Inclodo tba coat of
pobltebloc lb coaurtl prooeedlngf, ordlna-irre
aad aotlcee of all klnda Inured by any-city ofcer
or bf errter of the lllr council, al o alf eperlal aa
toaemeal notlcri made by commleeloncra whether
appointed by rne eUr council or count-cnart. A
food and aoffleient bond miiat acrompany bids,
bo right to reject any and all b'd rrem-d by the
City. D. J. FoLKY.l'tijr Clark
; KotloA to Ckmi motor.
Orrtcs or Crx CLsaa, )
Catao, iLLe., April ISth. BSt. (
Reeled propoaala will He received at thla office op
to meeting of the eltvconncll Hay 1ft, ISM. for for
nlehlnf ench In" beraa the city nay nqttlre forth"
yearending April 8 tb, 1SSI. bald lumber to he of
good and aonod white or Imrr oak, white nr vellow
pli.oor cyrreaa aud frro from rap or unnoimd knol
and of sucb distention aa tua li required, and In
be delivered In aacb qnanlitlM at neb tlmreand
placee within the corpoiale llmlla a' tbe commit
tee on etreets may direct, A food aod fufttcient
bond moat accompany bide. Tba right lo rjt
any end all bids reserved by the c tv
ii. i. n
LBV, City Clerk.
- Election Notice.
Oirr Ctisa'a Orrics, l
Caiao, III., April Mh. 1HS1. f
Pnhlte notice la hereby Igivea that on Tueaday
the lSh day of May, A. I) 188, a special election
will bo held at the enalno hou-e of lb Anchor
fire company. In the Klllh w-ird, city of Cairo.
III., tor tne election of one sldctman from aalil
ward to fill vacancy canned by lbs reelgna Ion or
T W. Halllday, ea d elect on r.ptm at o'clock it
tba morning ani conttnuo opu until 1 o'ols-k In
tho afternoon of eald !. Kvordi-rof rltv roan
etl. O.J. FOLEY, City Clrk.
To CnxttrBoto-aiiand Huiltler.
. orrnsornia '
WaMwsaaa Onritass Motbai. Am HoriaTV f
'.Tba Bdretiufld wlllrceclve eealcil proposal up
M S o'clotlj P. Tat , on BstsrUay th M h or A prlf,
fot -Ike furoleklnif of materials and labor for balld
iflg oc- lor this Society.
MMaeslll be enUrtalned leparfttHlv for tbo Carren-
tar WoaSt, aloror IB oniwiaivsn iii;rr i io nn
orwISked. -We reewrve the rUIctartJcct any and
alf Bli--Xrananoirtio:owu wj ne even at
bNtwItt opened" at itxr-ofllca on Hatnr-
dayalpbt UiaSmk Inst at S o'clook sharp. Ail bid.
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