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'1 )f ImMSOUslOTOBISCy'
PURE CREAM TARTAR.
If alum oruiyTigurioiiiubiiU4iici)8Cttu lie found
in Andrews' Pearl Baking Powdor. Is
tlTcly PURE. Holng C'iitond, end tertlmonlala
Kcolvcd from such chemists aa S. Dana Hays. But
ton: M. I-ltt(Vintaiiip, of Chicago; and Uustavui
Bnue, Milwaukee. Never sold in bulk.
C. E. ANDREWS A CO,
46 Micliitfim AY.
287. !ia & SMI K. Water
E very Corset is warranted sittis
facktry'toit wearer iun-ary wuy,
or tho money will bn refunded Vy
the person from whom it was boulit
ThPenlvOirtproiiounwl bv our leaiiln:' i.hynelMM
nut lnjurlin to Ihe wearer, anil enirtl tJ lurtii M
tlx) mutooiuforlail Mid pvrfect flltlng Corset ever
nUMl 1: RH-E9.br Mull, PtwUa-e Pnldi
IIalU Preaervlnir. 1.60. Mf.AdJu.llng. 1.50
AbdoKtniU (extra heavy) 8.00. Keralas. 1.50
Ucaltk PreMTvIn (flue coutlll .00. Paraxon
Fitr sale by leading Itrtall ler everywhere.
CHICAGO COltStT CO., ClilcuKO, I1L
Mining with Lime.
The new method of mining coal by
breaking down with compressed lime,
which was first spoken of last Slimmer,
has now passed beyond the, experimen
tal stago, and its utility has been demon
Btrateu beyond iiestion. The opera
tion consists in drilling sliot-lioles in the
roof of the eoal, into which cartridges
of specially prepared limestone are intro
duced. By forcing water on the lime
stone, steam is generated, and this, with
the expansive force of the lime, com
pletes the work of disintegration. The.
advantages of this method of eoal min
ing are that the risk and dangers which
inevitably accompany the use of gun
powder or dvnamite are abolished and
that the coal is obtained in large masses,
thus saving the wate incurred bv blast
ing with explosives. As is well known,
coal, when broken small, is deteriorated
in usefulness and price by upward of 40
percent.; but much of this wa.te is
saved under this new system, as a much
greater proportion of the product is
"large" eoal.- Where the miners are
paid according to the large eoal they
mine the new invention will increase
their income without altering the rate
of wages. It is thus nn invention that
is likely to produce good results, me
chanical ana social.- A'. '. lkrald.
... Encouraging A Young Man,
" A young man, 22 years old, a resident
"of Detroit, had, by strict economy laid
by a couple of thousand dollars, sa
the Free. 'row. Feeling that he needed
advice as to how to invest it, he called
at the office of a capitalist and philan
thropist, and stated his ease.
"You have done well exceedingly
well," replied the philanthropist, "vol
should invest that money in a suburbia
lot, and profit by the rise."
"I've thought of that; but where can
I find a lot?'r
"Oh! that's eay enough; in fact I
have several lots myself in market, and
I will give you a bargain."
The map was consulted, but when tin
young man saw tho location of the lots
which had a soap factory on one side,
and a tannery on the other, with a ra
vine at the back of both, he though!
$2,O)0 too great a price.
"Hut the title," protested the philan
thropist "the title is without a flaw.
There is where you gain."
'Why, when you come to me in sht
months from now to mortgage that lot
for f 1,200 it wouldn't take us over hall
an hour to complete the whole business.
As a philanthropist 1 d advise you to in
vest in solid real estate. As a capitalist
I'm always willing to take a mortgage
whcio iiiu uuu is penecuy clear.
Twenty-Four Hours to Live.
From John Kulin, Lafayette, Ind., who
uunouuecs trait he is now in "perfect
health," we have tho following: "One
year ago I was to alt appearance in the
last stages of Consumption. Our best
physcians gave my duse up. I finally gut
so low that our doctor s ud I could not live
twenty-four hours. My friends then pur
rhased a bottle of DR. WM. HALL'S HAL
BAM FOR THE LUNGS, which consider
ably benefitted mo. I continued until
took nine bottles. I am now in perfect
health, having used no other modicine."
DR.EbWITT C. KELLINGER'8 lini
MENT is an infallible cure for Rbeuma
titra, Sprains, Lameness and Diseases of the
Scalp, and for promoting the growth of the
Edey's Carbolic Trouches cure cold and
ll ill i J'
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THURSDAY MOItNINO, MAY 10, 1863,
Pope Leo XIII.
After his mass, which ho says early,
Leo XIII. gives audience to Cardinal
Jacobini, Secretary of State, and for
merly Nuncio at Vienna, whose political
learning is rare, even in those of his po
sition. His place is then taken by the
Cardinal Secretary of Ecclesiastical Af
fairs, and by the congregation of Cardi
nals, eaeli of which has its fixed day.
Tho several councils usually occupy the
whole morning, until one hour after
midday. The rope's dinner consists of
a pottage, one dish of meat, and some
cheese. A few minutes suffice for its
consumption. While he takes the air
in the afternoon- generally in his car
riagehe usually reads the Bishops1 re
ports, all of which come direct into his
own hands, the dispatches from the
nunciatures, and especially any news
from Belgium. For it was there that he
himself was Nuncio from 1843 to 1846,
and there he studied atclose quarters, a
great politician, Leopold I. Toward 4
o'clock the Pope gives his private and
public audiences, and the evening hours
aro devoted to the reception of Bishops.
This long day over, Leo XIII. regains
the solitude of his own closet. Then, at
last, he is able to begin work.
Tall, thin, spare, with his pale and
deeply-lined face, tho Pope usually has
delicate health, of which lie takes small
care. His austerity is extreme. The
spiritual sovereign of 200,000,000 Cath
olics does not spend 100 francs a month
for his table. The energy of a strongly
developed nervous system alone enables
him to resist tho fatigue of his labor and
vast responsibilities. At times those
about him perceive a moment of ex
haustion and collapse but a little hap
piness, a piece of good news, or a pleas
ant telegram restores the life of his
worn frame. Suddenly well again, he
takes up once more his heavy minion,
and betakes himself to that work of re
conciliation and peace-making to which
he has devoted so much of his time.
Ho is always grave, or, rather, sol
emn; always tho Pope. Tho Italians
call his manner and surrounding cere
monious. Gravity is inherent in his na
ture, as those aver who have known him
from his earliest youth. He never aban
dons himself; laughs rarely. He might
bo thought stern did he not temper his
severity hv the patient attention with
which lie listens without interruption
to all who speak to him. His audi
ences are far loss frequent than were
those of Pius IX., but for that very rea
son they take up more time. He has
not the brilliant side, so noticeable in his
predecessor, the genial ease, the line
good humor which endured, notwith
standing the surprising vicissit tides of
the last Ponlilicato, nor the frank, bold
and genial speech, full of witty and
happy words, thrown off in that sono
rous voice which Pius IX. retained in
his extreme old age. Leo XIII. is as
slow of speech as th s Archbishop of
Paris. But if neither tho Pope nor the
Cardinal has received the orator's gift,
each has been endowed with tho au
thor's. The pastorals in which the Archbishop
of Perugia (this was Cardinal Peeei's of
fice before his election U3 Pope) was
wont to demonstrate tho harmony of
faith and reason, of religion and civiliza
tion, "growing like the flower and fruit
from the root of ' Christianity," were
much noticed by Italian publicists. Tho
priest loves to treat the question of tho
day and of modern society. 'The great
Bongbi said of him that his was "one of
the most finely balanced and vigorous
of characters; that )w was "a man who
had realized tho idea of a Cardinal such
as St. Bernard conceived it" Since the
eighteenth century, since the time of
Benedict XIV. and . Clement XIV.,
Rome has not seen a Pope of so culti
vated a mind, so accomplished in Latin
and Tuscan verse, so familiar at once
with classio and contemporary letters.
His letters, his encyclicals, all aro sub
mitted to the sacred college. Nothing
is more admirablo than the manner in
which he elicits opinions and weighs ob
jections. He has been known to com
pletely rewrite, after grave debates, en
cyclicals which ho had already com
pleted. As ho suffers from sleeplessness,
it is generally in the night hours when
he composes his most immortal work.
Coronation Tomfoolery for Moscow,
A glorious time is in storu for the
moujiks of Moscow. Half a million
packets of sweetmeats havo been or
dered by tho Government, and will be
distributed indiscriminately during the
coronation festivities. Cabbage pies,
each a yard square, will bo baked in
their tens of thousands; salted cucum
bers aud pickled herrings will be count
less as the sands of the sea, and the liq
uor will flow ad libitum. As regards
this latter point, it is remarkable that
that product of tho "rotten West" beer,
should Itave been chosen for the refresh
ment of Moscow patriots The Slavo
phile party will feel the blow severely
jiorhaps petitiou for tho homely Russian
brew, Kvass. Of course, if the popu
lace were consulted, there would be an
unanimous cry for vodka, but thoequiv
alont in rubles of a million gallons ol
this enticing liquid, is more than the
Russian exchequer can bear at tho pres.
Two Arctic expeditions are to bo sent
out this season, one to Lady Frank
lin Bay aud the other to St. Lawrence
CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORMN'H, MAY
W. P ;.amuiiim, river editor ol i'Bt mn.Lrnji
rihI stesmliout pansenifor ait.iit. Order for all
kinds of steamboat Job Printline solicited. Office
titUower'i European Hotel. No. 72 Ohio levee.
The Gus Fowler from Paducah will ro
port here at 8 p. in. connecting with I. C.
R.R. and leave on her return trip at 4:30
The mugnifieiert Big O. Lino steamer,
Guiding Stur, will receive freight ho to-day
for New Orleans aud way points. Passen
gers going south by river will find tho
Star unsurpasi.sl forcuntort and elegance.
See W. F. Lunbdin, Passenger Agent, and
get your tickets.
The Wyoming from Now Orleans is duo
up early this morning. She goes to Cin
cinnati and lu r accommodations ore first
class. The W. II. Cherry from Nashville is ad
vertised to leave here at 10 a. m. re-day
for her return trip to the Rock City. Cspt.
Tom G'dlighor, or.e of the cleverest fellows
that ever hd cliiirge of a boat is in com
mand. TheJas. W. Grtffwill report here this
evening without fail for Cincinnati. 0. B.
Russell master, Jus. Surtees clerk. W. F.
Lambdin, IVseuger Agent, will furnish
tickets at low rates.
The Hudson is due this evening from St.
Louis fcr Paducah and SUawuectown.
The fast Belle Memphis passed up last
night for St. Louis.
The Andy Bamn from Cincinnati ar
rived here yesterday at 1 p. m. She dis
charged and received considerable freight
here and departed for Memphis at 2 :30
The Mary Houston from New Orleans
will report here Saturday morning for Cin
cinnati. The Ohio and Mississippi are still fall
ing. The high water season is one of the
things of the past.
The City of Baton R uge from St. Louis
is due to night for New Orleans.
The City of Providence for Yicksburg
leaves here very early this morning. ' She
has a good trip.
The City of Cairo leaves St. Louis this
evening for Vicksburg.
One voice all over the land goes up from
mothers, that says. "My daughters are so
feeble and ssd, with no strength, all out of
breath and life at the least exertion. What
can we do for them?" The answer is sim
ple and full of hope. One to four weeks'
use of Hop Bitters will ni'ike them healttiy,
rosy, sprightly, and cheerful.
Brown bread made by following these
directions is sure to be good; Sift, until
thoroughly mixed together, half a pint
of Hour, one pint of corn-meal half a
pint of rye lloiir.ono teaspoon full of salt,
two toaspoonsfnls of baking powder,
one tablespoon of brown sugar. Peel,
wash and boil. two medium-sized pota
toes; rub them through a sieve, and beat
them well with half a pint of water.
Make a batter of this, and tho meal, etc.
Butter a deep basin r small pan, and
pour tho batter in; then set tho pan in
a kettle of boiling water; let it cook in
this way for an hour. Cover the pan, ol
course, "anil put in a hot oven for hall
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago. Backache, Hoada'che. Toothache,
Wore TIii-imM. Mnrlltiitfa. NrnlitK, liruUre,
turn. krnhlK. Front lllt.-a.
Ml A 1.1. Olllhll IIIHHI.V VMSH AMI 4HIKS.
Sold by UruKKi.t. l I'l'Mlor, vmOifr. Kldy Cuuu bottle.
Ullf'lll. IU II l.KUgUNKPI.
TIIF. II KI.KH A. VOtiH.FR
UIiiommkiua. vuuKU.ut.uj -lUHIawrt. t'.s.
1 Imvu a luolilvu ri'ini'dv tut tlit. )... dlaoaaa: bt Us
rt iliouamiiis of CMrt or tlit irt kind and of Vmt
HhiiiIIiiv Imve baen oineil. liMliTi1,.lnrtiK la ntr fltb
'II Ita vlllrwy, Hint twin num TWO IIUTTI.KS FKRK, til-
l-in-r Willi a AM AIII.K THKATIHHon thIS lllMHUU, W
uiy .uUurtr. (ilvo KxtriMN iitnl ft, o. mlilrnns.
v. a. BiAibtu, m t'earl SU Nsw Tora.
)o you want a pure, bloom
Ins Complexion, jf so a
few nmtlfcntloiw of HatraVH
I'y you to your heart's con
tent. It does n way with Hal
loMiiess KedneNS, rimploH.
JHotches, mid nil discrises and
overcomes tho lluslietl appear
Diico or iieiit.iatluennllox-
TIllKTY appear but TWKN
I Y J and so natural, gradual,
aud perlect uro its eflocts
that It Is Impossible to Uetoci
Will you Cough when Shiloh's Cure will
give immediately relief. Price, 10c. (50c.
Puhk Coo LivuuOil made from selected
livers, on tho sea-shore, by Caswell, Hazard
& Co, New York. It is absolutely pure
and sweet. Patients who have once taken
it prefer it to all others. Physicians have
decided It superior to any of the other oils
CiiArrED nANDS, Face, immpi.E3, and
rough skin, cured by using Juniper Tar
Soap, made by Caswell, H-izard & Co.
New York. (2)
Advico to Motbei h.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of vour rest bv a sick child HUiTerimr aud
crying with pain of cutting teeth? II' so,
sund at once aud 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 inisttike about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhoea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole sj stem. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing SytUp for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is the prcscrip
tion of one of tho oldest and best female
physicians and uurses in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Who is the Prettiest Girl in America?
Is a question that would perplex a con
gress of connoisseurs assembled to noinimite
the most beautiful. But such an assem
blage would not be surprised to learu, th..t
the most charming of their eex,on this sidi
of the Atlautic, enhance the beauty and
preserve the soundness of their teeth with
SOZODONT, since everybody knows, thai
the ladies prefer it to any and all dentitri
ces. Let no man say after this, that women
Be wiab; simply cill on your druggist
for "Dr. Sellers' Cough Syrup," when you
have a cold or cough. 25c. a bottle.
Far more valuable thau those golden
apples of Hesperides are the life, health
and beauty of Womanhood. Mrs. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound restores and
preserves all these.
Tub glory of a man is his strength. II
you are weakened down through excessive
study, or by early indiscretions, Alh nV
Brain Food will permanently restore all
lost vigor, and strengthen all the muscles
of Unin and Body. $1 pkg., 6 for f5
If you need any Carpets, Lace Curtniii!
and Window Shades it will be to your in
terest to call on F. W. Rosenthal & Co.,
410 and 412 N. 4th st. St. Louie.
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 Speer, of New Jersey, than by any
other person; and his wine is very popular
as an evening wiue, as well as for the com
munion table and for invalids. For sale
by Paul O. Schuh.
nucKien's Arnica Salve
The Best Salve '.n the world for Cuts,
Biuises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, FPver
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents par box. For Bale by Gko. E
To The West.
There are a number of routes leading to
the above-mentioned section, but the direct
ami reliable route is via Saint Louis aud
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
fir est make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal-
if .'ruia lonnoct with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made witli the
Overland train for California.
This line offers to parties enroute to the
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri aud Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &c, of thip
line, which will be mailed free.
0. B. Ki.nnan, F. Chandler,
Ass't GcnT Pass. Agent. Gen1! Pass Agent.
Vouk Given Out. On receipt of vour
address we will make an otl'er by which
you can earn $3 to $7 evenings, at your
home. , Men, Women, Boys or Girls can do
it. II. C. Wilkinson & Co., 195 and 197
Fulton Street, Now York.
To all who aro sufleriuji from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, 1
will send a recipe that will cure you, fhee
op chauqk. This great remedy was
discovered hy a minister in South America.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to the Rev.
JosKiMt T. Inman, Station D., New York
L. Nelson, 2(15 Looniis St., Chicago, III.,
says l "Brown's Iron Bitters has done mo a
great deal of good as a tonic."
FortuueD for Farmers and Mechanics
Thousands of dollars can bo saved by us
ing proper judgment in taking euro of the
health of yourself and family. .If you aro
Bilious, havo sallow complexion, poor appe
tite, low and depressed spirits, and generally
debilitated , do not delay a moment, but
go at once and procure a bottlo of those
wonderful Electric Bitters, which never fall
to euro, and that for the trifling sum of fif
ty ennt., Tribune. Sold by Harry W.
Blnloh'B Catarrh Remedy a positive
cure for Catarrh, Dipthcria and Canker
Dit. Kmnk's Gbeat Nkiivb Rkbtohkh is
the marvel of the ago for all nerve dif eases.
All flU stopped fr. Scad to 0(11 Arch
street, Puiladelola. Pa.
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Nashville, Paducah & Cairo Packet.
Tbo (ik'nimt and palatial etvsmor
J. S. TVNBlt - .'. Master
It t I.I. V IK L'STON Cbirk
Ia-uV 's Cairo every Mniiday at 4 p. m. for Nash-Villi-.
Nashville, paducah & Cairo U. S. Mail
W. II. CHERRY,
I'INK liUKS Master
JOLLY HARD Clerk.
Loaves this port ovory Wuduosday at4 p. m. for
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HA -Proiirtr
Hkhcst Cnnh Prhe VU for Wh?tt.
PORT GKAPE WINE
Spkkr's Port (pave Wine !
four years old.
flMIIS CELKBIIATED NAT1VR WINK Is mailt
i from thejalce of the Oporto Orapo, ralsud ID
this country. Its Invaluahlo tontc and strength,
otiiug properties are unsurpassed hv any other
Native Wlue. lining the pnre Juice nf the Grape,
produced under Mr. sspcur own personal supem
l...n ita mi.ii anil -nHiitnf nnsa. nr. vtiarsuiued.
Thi younost child may
nmilliiea. and tha wealli
of ita K''Derous
It Is particularly bunvflclal to the agod and
di'billtatod, and suited to tho yarlons atlmunts that
ad'KRt the weaker sex. It Is In every ruspectA
WINE TO BB KELIEf) ON,
Speer's P. J. Sherry.
Tbo P. J. snERIty Is a wlno of Suporlor Char,
actur and uartakos or the rich qualities of the nrpe
from which tt la made Kor Purity. Rlchnois, Kla
vo' and Medicinal Properties. It will bo found un.
Speer's P. J. Brandy.
This BRANDY stands unrivaled In this Country
luilnofar snn.rlnr fnr meillelnal DUrDOHUI. It Is I
pure distillation Iroui tho nile. and opntalns val.
iinliln maillHnal nrnilitrtlns. It has S dollCStO fla-
alilo medicinal propertl
or. similar to thatof Ihe
vor, similar to thatof Ihe crapis, from which I is
distilled, and is in great
lamlllea. See that the slRnature or ALfKito
HPKKR, Passato, N . J Is over tho cork of each
lavtir aiuuuK "'f'-':!?",-
Wold By PAUJj buuiju
AND BY DBUOO is ra .iKinu.
s. A week maae at nouie uy ni inous
n L 1 trlous. Host busload now before tho
1 public. Capital not needud, We
will sian you. men, women, nuys
and utrls wanted evervwhate to work
l - . L .!, V.... - -
lor us, put, i' inn iiuiu. auu vnu
work In sprre time, or give vour whole tint to the
business. No other bustnoss will pay you nearly
as well. No one oan fall to make enormous pay,
by engagelng at once. Costly outfit and terms fret
Money made fast, easily, and honorably. Addrest
TttUK A CO.. August, maiut.