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If alum or any InJunoiissuhiuiiioMCan bo found
In Andrews5 Pearl Baking Powder. Is P"
tively PURE, living endorsed, and tuttimonliill
rwxilvedfrom such chemiMs as S. Dana Hays, Boa.
Urn; II. Dolafontaine, of Chieauo; and Uustavui
Bodo, Milwaukee, Never sold In bulk.
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Ity-Clubs of Ave or more lor Weekly Bill "tin at
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All Commuulcatloue ihould be addremod to
K. A. BUBNBTT, , ,
, Publisher and Proprietor.
TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 15, 1883.
Education for Mechanics.
Question of tho extent
oducution to tho working
is an old one. Many j'laee
a value ipon tho utility of
To theni knowlodire seems
Kvory Corset Is warrauted airus
factory to its wearer in every way.
or too money will be refunded by
tho person from whom it wa bount.
The only fkwl proaou-.wd by mir ',!XS,J,
tiM ' wiiiiui r - -
PRICES, by Mull. Po.Ue PaM
AWdo-l.al etra heavy) -. " '
Utah. Prerrln, -"'
Mi1rt.fPlwHln. 1 60.
rora.1 F - KtU"1 Wl,er: r'l',
CHICAGO COKStT CO.. thictttfo, 111.
There bas never brn an lnttan'-e In which this
sterling Inyieorant and anti-febrile medicine has
tailed to ward off the com Dial lit. when taken duly
ai a protection agrinn malaria, llnudreds of
fihtticlacs hate abandoned all the oificUl spec
Acs, and bw proscribe this nannies tellable
toule for ch llt and fever, as well as dyiipapna and
nerrona nffenioiid. , HoBtiitter'S Ultlerb is the
ipeclflcfon need. .
Por sale by all Drngrfsta an J Dealers generally.
v '.'.''Who Am I, Anyway." . .
A short tinio ugo, says the Salt Lake
Trilitinn l.riirlit loi.Limr hov
Btomcd into a lawyer's oll'u'c and said:
'I want you to tell mo who I am,"
laying a $5 bill on the desk at the same
The lawyer, peeping alternately at
the boy and at the &r bill, shaking his
' "It seems you are a funny boy?"
"Not funny at all. You will liml it
a verv serious matter."
"WNill, go ahead and explain it."
"About twenty years ago a wealthy
Danish lady, being a widow, came ove
to this country -ith lier two daughters.
There was a Norwegian and his boy.
The father married both the widow's
daughters. One year after, the Nor
wegian's hoy married the wealthy
widow. J he result of that marriage
was another boy, and. if I aru sure, I
am that hoy. The Norwegian's boy
died. , The Danish widow was a widow
again, but the old Norwegian married
her Uk). After that tho old lady died,
and one year ago the old gentleman,
too, after ho had made himself the
owner of his third wife's property. Now,
when I claim that property, my sister
, nalds 'Stop, you can t be the heir at alll'
You are our late husband's grandchild,
liy her marriage with him you became
your mother's grandchild, too, and after
she died, we became your mothers' and
you never can Inherit the property be
fore we Bfe dead. That s what my
' Ulster mothers say, but I think that van t
be right, and there must In; gome mis-
take in polygamy. Now, Bir, please to
all powerful; it is a key that . unlocks
every door. It is among those of les
ser culture that this opinion mostly ob
tains. They overestimate the value of
science, while the better educated fall
into tho opposite error, and undervalue
it. As usual, the truth is to be found
in the middle. Education of whatever
nature exerts a certain influence upon
all other actions but is not responsible
for even-thing." Those who are wnot
tnglnitaro apt to attribute all their
troubles to this deficiency. How often
does some inefficient mechanic say that
he would have done much better if
he had onlv been educated. He cannot
see that his faults are positive aud in
herent. Those who possess education,
finding that their natural faults still im
pede their progress, come to the conclu
sion that what they have learned is of
In the case of the mechanic it is not
easy to determine just what knowledge
is worth. After he has learned his trade
mechanically, it is worth his while to
go further a'ud read up what has been
written about it. While many of the
best workmen do not use book knowl
edge at all, the typical intelligent
workman is always a reader. He re
ceives a scientific journal and possesses
half a dozen books treating of lathe
work and kindred subjects. They de
scribe case-hardening compounds, braz
ing and welding fluxes, and give hinw
on lathe management, on cutting angles
of tools for different metals, and the
like. Every ' day he may have to go
through some of the operations they
tell of, vet rarely or never will he leave
the beaten track". But although he may
not follow them in practice, he always
reads them. He does good work in the
shop, and reads intelligently at home.
If any question comes up with his em
ployer about mechanical points, he will
uring him the next day some of his
books or papers as authorities, yet his
shop work is done on principles learned
by hard experience, and not by book
theory. His books and his scientifio
journal do not seem to help him there.
Clever as the man may be, he would
seem at first sight to lack the faculty of
applying his book knowledge. Ofet if
we go a little deeper into the subject, it
may appear that it is because of his ex
cellence as a mechanic that he rejects
the book in practic. The hard school
of experience has taught him two les
sons. Oue has been a right way of do
iig things; the other has Deen the dan
ger of trying to improve on the way.
In tho apprenticeship of the mechanical
arts the work of generations of me
chanics is imparted to the learner. The
evolution of so many minds and years
should be treated with reverence. To
institute a genuine and valuable im
provement is far from easy,
All this proves the dignity of the po
sition held by tho mechanic. Ho has a
knowledge of shop work that is derived,
as just stated, irom generations oi the
world's work.; His Knowledge of this
work is, then, of the very best. His ac
quaintance with different . metals, with
Ute treatment of different steels and
irons, is perfect.- His application of it
is an instinct He will seldom find his
course of readme a justification for
leaving the way he is accustomed to.
His special branch he knows so well
that the books can scarcely improve it.
His thorough knowledge of shop work
attains to the dignity of a liberal educa
tion. It Is not to be despised or looked
down on because not acquired under the
roof of a college.
This is a fair picturo of the good me
chanic as found in our shops to-day.
"lie reads, but does not often succeed in
applying his reading. Yet he will study
and will enjoy studying. He elevates
tiia mind by giving it something besides
itsself to live upon. Seldom as the di
rect application of his reading couiob
into his work, its indirect influence af
fects every blow of his hammer. Scieth
A Cat's Reasoning Power.
"Our sorvauU have ben accustomed
durln" tho late frost to throw the crumbs
remaining from the breakfast tablo to
the birds, and I have several times no
ticed that our cat used to wait thero in
ambush lu tho expectation of obtaining
a heartv meal from one or two of the
assembled birds. Now, so far this cir
cumstance in itself is not an example of
abstract reasoning. But to continue!
For tho last few days this practice of
fcdin the birds has been left off. The
cat, however, with an almost incrodible
amount of forethought, was observed by
myself together with two othor members
of the household to scatter crumbs on
the grass with the obvious intention of
enticing the birds." A somewhat simi
lar incident is recounted by another of
the author's correspondents: "During
tho recent severe winter a friend was in
tho habit of throwing crumbs outside of
his bed room window. Tho family have
a lino black eat, which, seeing that tho
crumbs brought birds, would occasion
ally hide herself behind some shrubs
anil when tho birds came for their break
fast would pounce out upon them, with
varying success. Tho crumbs had been
laid out as usual, one afternoon, but left
untouched, and during tho night a light
fall of snow occurred. On looking out
next morning my friend obserrod puss
busily engaged In scratching away the
snow. Curious to learn what she sought
he waited and saw her take the crumbs
up from the cleared spaco and lay them
one after another on the snow. After
doing this she returned behind the
shrubs to wait further developments.
This was repeated on two other occa
sions." Now, we learn from Dr. Klein
that tho cat which he watched had also
indisputably established a definite asso
ciation between crumbs already sprink
led on the garden walk and sparrows
coming to eat them; for as soou as the
crumbs were thrown upon tho walk the
cat used to cneeal himself in a neigh
boring shrubbery, there to await in am
bush the coming of the birds. In this
instance the reasoning observation of
the animal "crumbs attract birds,
therefore I will wait for birds whea
crumbs are scattered" was as com
plete as in the first stage of the feline
proceedings recorded by Dr. Frost, but
the reasouing in the latter case seems to
have proceeded a step further "there
fore I will scatter crumbs to attract
That Great Artist, Von Bobb.
Talking of foreign things reminds me.
I have an artist friend who, though he is
American to the backbone, rejoices in a
verv European name. Some years ago
he had to go to Paris, lie had a num
ber of pictures, but uo dealer would
touch the in at any price because they
were painted here." Tbey were too cum
brous to be carried away, and he was
in despair as to what disposition to
make of them, when he noticed that
Leavitt wai getting up a mixed sale of
foreign pictures. He dropped in and
"I have a lot of pictures I would like
to put on sale with you. iheyareDy
Von Dobb. and are first-class."
Von Dobb, eh?' said the auctioneer.
You dou't sav so. Wbv, I don't be
lieve we have a V on Dobb in the collec
I'm orettv sure vou haven t, lor
these are the first of his that have come
tn America. I'll send them in to-mor
And he did, and got better prices lor
them than he has yet begun to com
mand for his canvasses under his own
500 Mils nty it lots I 71X21 75
400 bbls City a 70
800 lacks. I....... .'IX 80
tyiO Bounds Northern
mi ponnds N or I hern Dairy pkd...
WW pound! Buuianro liuuu
400 pounds packed
5 coops mixed..
7 coops hens
- 4 H
The Sea of Oblivion
would long since have swallowed up 80ZO
DONT in common, with so uiat.y forgotten
tooth pastes and dentifrices, did not the ex
perience of a whole nation prove, that it
possesses signal advantages. It thoroughly
cleans the teeth, dissolving and removing
thnii impurities; it revives their fading
whiteness and strengthens their relaxing
hold upon thuir socket; it rendurs color
Ivbs, ulcerated gums hard and healthy; and
besides neutralizing an unsavory breath,
invests it with its own fragrance.
Wouk Given Out. Ou receipt of vvour
address we will make an oner by which
you can earn $o to $7 evenings, at your
home. Men, Women, Boys or Girls can do
it. ii. c. Wilkinson & Co.. 19!J and 197
Fulton Street, Now York.
LL I NOIH (JEN TK A.L K R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St; Louis and Chicago.
10 bbls common
Ml bbls Hhelnlsh May 06 00
20 bbls Wtneaps StJ
85 bbls rsncy w ineaap. ....... j "
10 bl!s cnoico uenauas
Slack packed frail 50c to ll.ooiess
Choir red M..
300 bus Korthern Peach Blows per bmh SOfttS
Southern Ills. Peach Blows per bash........Ml0i
h ew potatoes per bbl w
Per barrel -1 00
Mknhman's ruiTOMZBD Bkef Tonio, the
only prepartion of beef containing its entire
nutritious properties. It contains blood-
making, forco uuuerating and life sustain
ing properties; invaluable for Indigestion,
Dyspepnia, ucrvous prostration, and all
forms of L'tneral debility ; also, in all en'
tecblcd conditions, whether the result of
exhaustion, nervous prostration, overwork,
or acute disease, particulary if resulting
from pulmonary complaints. Caswell,
Hazard, & Co., Proprietors, New York.
Sold by Druggists. (3)
nucKien'8 Arnica Salve
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded1. Price
25 cents pur box. For sale by Geo. E
B. C. Bams..
Peaches, halves and garter
Apples, bright -
. 1 05
(MM... .... W....
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, ot riew Jersey, than by any
other person; and his wine is very popular 1
as an evening wine, as well as for the com-
muuion table and for invalids. For sale
by Paul G. Schuh.
To The West.
There are a number ot routes leading to
the above-mentioned suction, but the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louis and
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven.
worth, Atchison, bt. Joseph and Umalia.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
ncest make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Lai
ifcrua "nnnect with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
exnrees trams Tor Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with 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 and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated mans, pamphlets, &C of this
line, which will be mailed free.
C. B. Kixnan, F. Chandler,
Ass't Oen'l Pass. Agent. Gen'l Pass Agent.
The Onlv JLino llunninK
DAILY TR AIM
Making Dikkot Connkotion
Piuins Liati Cairo:
;Oo t in. Mail,
Arriving In ..Louie 1:45 a.m.: Chicago, 8:30 p.m.;
connect g at uain ana Himignara lor Cincin
nati. L iisvule, Iudlaaapolis and points Butt.
11:1 i .m. Ht. liouia and Weetern
arriving in Bt. Loula 7:05 p. m., and connecting
for all pointe Meat.
3. -SO p.m. X"uMt Kxpresa.
For St. Louli and Chicago, arriving at Bt. Louts
10:40 p.m., and Chicago 7aw a m,
3:fJO p.m. Olnoinnttit JfixprwM.
Arriving at ClnciLnatl 7:00 a m.( Louisville :W
a.m.: inaiauauona i 10 a.m. rnneuifnre or
this train reach the above points IS to 31
HOL ho in advance ot any other route.
tVTheS:50 p. m. express bas PULLMAN
oLJCBPlNti CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
changes, and through sleepers to bt. Louie and
Fast Time Kast.
Pti uuan rotti b? tuli llne go through to F.ast.
raSScIllIt'lB ern points without any delay
caused by Sunday Intervening. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrives In new York Monday
morning at 10:86. Thlrty-elx boon in advance of
n- oiher route.
Hf-Kor through ticket and further information.
tpply at Illiaoli Central Uailroad Depot, Cairo.
ii. u. junttB. Ticket Agent.
A.H. HANSON. Oen. Pa.. Agent. Chicago
4 p. m.
Dry Flint choice;
Sheep Pelts, dry ..
Sheep PelM, green.,
tell me what I am who am 1.'
The lawyer, thrusting: bis chlu into
his neck, answered pathetically. "You
aro ft polygamistakef"
' '..The Doctor's Endorsement.
Dr. W D. Wright, Cincinnati, O., sends the sob
lot nod profiM-slonal endorsement! "I have pre
orlbed Dr. Win. U all's Balsam for the Lungs In a
rreal number of cases, and always with success.
One esse In t articular was given op by several phy.
gUctans who had boon called in forconiulutlon with
myself. The patient had all the eymptornso! con
Armed consumption cold bight sweats, noetic
ferer, harasslog congh, etc. lie commenced im
mediately to got better and was soon reitored to
bis usuaf health. I have also found Dr. Wm. lull's
R.lm fur the l.nnira the tnoet valuable ex Dec I-
oraiit for breaking op distressing conghs aud colds
that I have ever used."
Durno's Catarrh Buutf cures Catarrh and all af
fectlon of tk mucous latmhraM-
In the Wrong Place.
A stranger enterod the office of an
ocean steamer agent, onGriswold street,
yesterday, says the Free Press, and
"Can a man conio from Ireland by
"He can, sir."
"Will you bring over my oldest broth
"We will that"
"For how much?"
"In iirst-rato shape for $30."
"1 think I'll tmv the money," said
tho stranger, but, as he was pulling
out his wallet, the ageut asked:
"In what part of Irelaud is your
"in tho Dublin lall. sir. as a suswet!
If he was out he would bo plenty able
to take care of himself, ho would."
"But we cau't get him out of jail you
'Neither can I, vou know, thoujrh
I've written soven loiters to the Jullur to ,
1 .an a a .
uo a ueceut deed, and lot Barney go. "
. 1 m w
Great Britain Is rodueintr hor nation
al debt each year about as much as thn
United States roduces it per month. It
is still about twice in amount that ol
the Uulted tUaUt,
Mosdat Evening, Mat 14 1883.
The clouds are heavy and dark to-night,
giving promise of the rain that is so much
needed by farmers, gardeners and fruit
The weather, until to-day, has been un
usually cool for the month of May, hut the
mercury during this afternoon touched in
the neighborhood of niuety.
The market in general displays a better
feeling snd the week opens with a more
encouraging aspect for general dealers in
FLOUlt The market rules firm and all
grades from choice up are in fair demand
with light stocks.
HAY The suppy is light and demand
moderate, for choice grades exclusively.
CORN-Ueceipfs are small snd the de
mand is good for choice milling stock.
OATS The market is firm and prices
unchanged. The supply is only moderate.
MEAL Steady and firm with fair de.
mand for choice city.
BR.VN-In light supply snd firm.
BUTTEH The market, owing to ap
proaching hot weather, is a shade weaker,
EGQS-Scarce and in good demand.
POULTRY The market is bare; not
enough comet in to nioet tho local demand
FRUIT-Apples are quiet, nothing do.
ing. atraw Hemes are coming in ireeiy
from the south, Wc note sales of nearly a
hundred crates at 13.00 to f 4.00 per crate.
HaloH and Quotations.
A miyt m fat)
i iuK-4.a. a. nn
sta 1 avf .... l"ia
KdUmLeTf.".;. : ?iSSJ?S
GoMLeaf. 7 50 9 'C
RATK8 OF" FRBIOlfr.
af e ti ubl
Gram Hay Flour Pork
ewt. cwt. bhl. b
. 12 is
.ITS 2X Sft 5
. 87H 0
.'85 0 42H
Tub clnrv of a man is bis strength. If
you are weakened down through excessive
studv. or by early indiscretions, Allen's
Brain Food will permanently restore all
lost vigor, and strengthen all the muscles
of Brain and Body. $1 pkg 0 tor $5-
A Nasal Injector free with each bottle
of Shiloh's Cataarh Remedy. Price 50 cts.
Dh. Klpnk's Gkkat Nervb Rebtohbb is
the marvel of the a'e for all nerve diseases.
All fits stopped free. 8end to 91 Arch
street. Philadeloia, Pa.
Arr at I
1. C. R. R.fttroufh lock mall). 5 a. m.
" ' ..lli'Oam
way mall). 4 SO p.m.
(Houtnern uiv n p. m.
Iron Monnlain it. U 8:Sp.m.
Vt'abiwb K. h oi P. m.
Teiae A St. LouIp K. R 7 p. m. I
Hi. Lonls A Cairo K. K 5 p. m.
Ohio River... p. m.
Miss River arrives Wed , hat. A Man.
" departs wed., frl. A nun.
Pk). gon. del. op n from 7:30am 107:30 pm
P.O. box del. o; en from 8 a.m. to 9 p. m.
Kundays gen . de',. open from.. . 8 a. m. to 10 a. m.
Duniavs oox aei. open rroni....o a. m. io lu.auira
'Xur B. cnanires win ne pmiunea irom
time to time In ctty pap. Change yonr cards ac
cordingly. WM. M. MLKI'UT, P. M.
Mayor N. B. Thietlewood.
Treasurer T J. Berth.
Clerk Dennis. J, foley.
Counselor Wm. B. Gilbert.
Uarahal L. H. Meyers,
Attorney William Uecdricks.
, iUiHo or iiciuiii
Klrat Ward-Wm. Me Hale. T. M. Ktinbrougn.
Seennd Ward-Jeeee Rinkle. C. N. HUtfhee.
Third Wad-B. F. Blake. John Wood.
Fourth Ward Cnarlee O. fatter, Aaoipu oww
Fifth w ard T. w. uauiaar, rnst d. rem..
Circuit Judge O.J .Baker.
Circuit Clerk A . m. imn.
County Jndre J. H. Robinson. ;
Coonty Clerk 8. J. Humm.
County Attorney J. M. Damron.
CooutyTreasnrr Mtlee W. Parker.
Sheriff John Hodges.
Coroner R. Flttgerald ,.. , .,
County Commlnaioners T. W. Halilday, J. II.
Mulcahey and Peter Kano.
MOTE. Tha prices hers given are lor sales from
flnt hands In round lots. An advance If
char ued for broken lots in Olllngorders.
000 various grades
UK) bbls choice....
200 hb a (micv
600 bbls cho'ce
1D0 bbls patent.
inn bbls rtm
t ssm s
t 1 1 ttsattt
8 WX&6 5
5 60516 85
Scars prime Timothy. ,
8 csrs choice small bale.... ...... ....
Scars Southern 111, cholcu
4 csrs gut edge small nam
Soars white In hulk
I 4 cars mixed In bulk ,
8 ears choice In bulk
5 cars to bulk
(cars In bulk
Mo. I Red, perbu
i no. I sauersasai. ,,
Colorless and Cold. A young girl deep
ly regretted that she was so colorless and
cold. Her face was too white and her
hands and feet felt as though the blood did
not circulate. After one bottle of Hop
Bitten had been taken she was the rosiest
and healthiest irirl in the town, with a viv
acity and cheerfulness of mind gratilying
to her friends.
For Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint you
have a printed guarantee on everv bottlo
of Shiloh's Vitahzer. It never fails to
Adviee to Mothers.
Are vou disturbed at night and bronen
of your reBt by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth? If so,
send at once and get a oome oi airs. r onf
low's Soothing Byrup for unuuren leetn-
iug. Its value is incalculable, it win re
lieve the noor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is I
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery ana
diarrhrea, regulates the stomach and oow-
els, cures wind colic, solteus the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone snd
enemy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins-
low's Boothlng Byrup rorcniiuren 'i coining
is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
nhvaicians and nurses in the United States.
and is for Bale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 23 cents a Dottle.
Emory Little Cathartic is the best and
onlv reliable Liver Pill known, never fails
with the most obstinate cases, purely vege
table. 15 cents. . (1)
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send, a recipe tuat win core you, fhkb
n crJATMK. This creat remedy was
discovered bv a minister in South America.
Send a seli-addressod envelope to the Rev.
Josbph T. Inman, Station D; New York
nhaa. Alklns. Enirlewood. III., says :
onrown'n Iron Bitters cured me of malaria
rtAIRO BAPTIST. -corner renin
J at reel" ; preaching nrni ana
Tks. .nnA n v,.n lilftAm.
JUIt nUllb U IU1C UAlfUUl-
Ing Complexion f Jf so, a
lew nnphcations of Kagan's
MAGNOLIA WXVSL will grat-
iry you 10 your nean'n con
tent. It does away with Sal
lowness. Itedness. PimDles.
Blotches, and all diseases and
Imperfect ions of t ho skin. It
OTcrcomesine liusnea appear
anco of heat, fatitruo ana ex-
ritement. It makes a lady of
TIIIUTY appear but TWEN
TY ; and so natural, gradual,
and perfect are Its effects.
that it is impossible to detect
third Sunday! In
each month, 11 a. ra. and 7:i p. m : prayer meet
ing Thursday, 7:80 p. m.; Sunday school, :S0 a.m
CHUKCH OF TUI Hsusaaao-tariwp"
j Kourteenth atreet: Hnuday 7:00 a in.. Holy
Communion 10:80 a. m.. Morning Prayers 11 a. in.
Sunday achool 8 p. m., evening rrayere t ; p.m.
F. P. Davenport, 8. T. B. Rector.
LMRiJT MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHUKCH.
f Preaching at 10:80 a. n.., S p. m., and 7 :80 p. m.
4abbatb school at 7 80 p. m Rey. T. J. Shores,
CTI1 BRAN Thirteenth street; servltes Sab
1 bath l:W a. m. ; Sunday school 8 p. m. Rev.
BTUOblST-Cor. Blghth and Waluut streets,
Preaching Sabbath 11 : a. m. and T :su p. m.
nndav HcliO'iT at HtiKI p. m. itev. J. A. Scarrutt,
)RE8BTTKRIAN -Blghlh street; preaching on
. Kabbath at 11:00 a. m. and 7:op. m.j praver
neetlng Wednefdav at 7:H')p. m.; Hunday School
il p. m. Rev B. T. Goore, pastor.
l;T. JOSKPH S--Itoinan Catholic) Corner Cnm
O and Walnut str.'tts; s-'rvtres Sabbath 10:8i)a.
n.: Buaday School at 8 p. m. ; Vespers p. m.;sef
nces every dr st 8 a m. Rev. O Uara, Priest.
, PATRICK'S- Roman Catholic) Cortier Ninth
itrect ttid v ashlnclon avennej semoes bsd-
oath Sand 10 a. m. s Veipers 8 p. m.; Hnuday school
I p. m. iurvir.ee every day at 8 a. in. Hev. jiani mers
A Now and complete Hotol. fronting on
Second and Railroad Streets,
from which I suffered a long timu."
Many a sickly woman, whose id exper
ience had demonstrated alike tho failure
of conceited doctors and poisonous drugs,
has obtained anew ease of llrt tor a tew i udr. Hjjdrauiio -.KrT'r
dollm worth of the .Vegetable. Compound ffOS '
, . - n i, wa Mtmniner nnii .. ... .' i .. .,.,.run, taFvir.. ' .nil .u u u
ana dm k" ,y...-.
praising Mrs.Lydla B Floanam, oi t.yuD,
ti, p. ..on nor Dnnot of tho Chicago, Bt.iLoulS
and .ew Orleans: Illinois Central; Wabash. Ht.
Z-a o.MfiPi iron Mountain and Honthern.
Mobile and Ohio; Cairo nnd St. Lonts Railway
e all Jus? across the street: while the Steamboat
Landing 1. but one mmn dlfUrtr . '
'INiauoiei -." -i,r..ii. 7.-IIB.I1..
City Clubk's Ornris, I
Cairo. III.. April oih. loss, f
Pnblle notice la hereby given tnat on lueiday
UielMhdayofMay.A.D. loss, a epecui election
will be held at the enwrlne boue of the Anchor
Fir company, in tue rum w, cmj u. v...
11a lor the election oi onu imriu. ..v -ward
to till vacancy cauned by the resignation of
T W. Halilday, said election opuiuu h
. a . . . . m rtfn411Y aVwv If 1 fi
tho morning ana continue one.
SIt ur luw.iviai
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rlTITIOM IOB OONOSllNAt OM Ot W FOB A
MARINI IIOSPITAb AT OAIBO, II.LIROIS .
' Notice Is hereby given lo Bdwm Parsons of New
York C'uy, and to the unknown owners of. a iiIock
"landlnthecltyof Cairo, JJIiMh. bosM ft
Tonta atreet, Twelfth street, VS'"tW?3S, Th?
rson av.dut.all In the city of 0 " ', iolJ' ".''i
I aatlUon has been ttled on behalf of Jho unite a
tho above premises for -A pwwm of a or
Marine Hospital, and that t"111
For hearing at tbe Juno trm f ssH oo" t.
and an on
i w vi eB,w - " ' ' ' . .
Buperb flunishluijsi perrect service,
That smart men average tU0 to 00 per day pro.
atl eell l ! 'Pocket Manual." '1 bo most msrvel
loos !Htl? volume ever ssccd. Needed, ndorscd
ana pnrchared by sll elm-ess nothing In the hook
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Compiet sample and oniflt re , or lull parti
eolm for stamp. ' Don't sisrt out again nntil you
iMra what Ii .aid of this book, and what other
m doing. W. H. THOMPSON, Pabllsher. 40i