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PURE CREAM TAHHN
SIOOO. Given fc ,
If alum or any inJurioiisiilbiiH!t Ciiu be found
In Andrews' Pearl Baking Powder. I pe
tivtly PURE. ' Mug endorsed, and tentlmon tala
received Irom such chemist as 8. Dana Hays, Bo
urn; M. Ivliifontaliip, of Chicago; and Gustavu
ilouo, Milwaukee. Kflvcr Bold In bulk.
c. e. Andrews! a cbi
Miclnmui Av. 27. :iM K. WftUr
fLvriniw ia warranted satis-
factory to Its wearer in every nay,
or tUo money will bo rotundad by
the pergon from whom it u bought
The rmlTdomet prononomd by our leadlnv Phnlrtus
I luri..n to ihe wearer, and mdorewi by 'a"h M
ti" ' ' uomf urmlile and p- rft mui Curael ever
vmm h VfulL PsaliiM Paldi
Health PmrrtUf. !.&. Helf-Adjaallaa, !
AkdiMalaal (extra awry) Karala.
tlealtk Prteervt.1 ( UI . Pare.
Yur aale J leadiaa Jaill Oeaiara mrerywheee.
CHICAGO fOllSKT Chicago, I1L
j HAS BEEN PROVED
The) SUREST CURE tor
IN tw. Um buk ov dior4ered tain Indi-
I'lrrnm tnM tou m-w 1
ttZSIT ATJH Kidney-Wort t ono, "MM
I -s m..A katnii Viaallh AMm.
paw vr " vrr"r:r:i:,i
aLaGlfiSa Ami llAhSIMlnl
land weaKnewoi. luanoy-w un u m mi
brick, dtut or ropy drpotitj, and dull drAgginc
IS. BUI!' 13 1 Auu vauuuini-D. rrnw t.
"My Irlcud, E. C. Legard, of thK city, uicd to
lie i rawn double from painful Kidncv Dipeate.
Kidney -Wort cibkd hi." lae. M. liiuuoy, Drug
mat, Alleghany City, l'a Ann. 2 HJ.
IS A SURE CURE !f
for all diaeaaa of the Kidney ana
t vanMAaAAtianoii 1M1 moat imvartanl
crxn, taabUs; It to Uirow off torpidity and
, vm'BiIs, and by kcepinf th bowsla la fra
oonditkm, rfTy'rg lu icfaiw aiacnaro.
rn.1illJI Ida VuMtkiahllb
are bliioaa, d yupeptio, or oosatlpatod, Uday
Wort wul auiiy rcupvw ana qiwii
on ehould U a thorough oourae of lb C
la toe Vpruic WCiimuH WW djjwm,
SOLO BY DRUOOISTS. Price Sla v
'I've taioud W lha. In two month"," wrl'ea Mr.
J. Power, ofTrentoD. HI., (i re. a-oi), "and aia
a wuli man. I'd auflxred with I1v. rdiaordera line
Itm-t. hidn'.y Vorta-nu ."
Htrone worila from a New York clravman: "I
L'NUKHiTAT.t'NoLT rucommi-Bd Kldn y-Wort. It
ereatlv lie vfl'.(l iq,.," Say. Key. . K. Kcmble, of
onaw, T. Y.
FOR THE PERMANENT CURE 17
v. tV Alm U an nim.limfc Irt ihU aaon!
alVVWICt a.-aw-v air" " . I
i n ..i.un anrl ttri Mmri hM Mpl
eqntaUftd th oelobratod Kidney-Wort M
the inn roxawy wuiOToroom!..
lEll l.lnt la wttrm ant tn bl
locnnplitd with oousu pUon. aSiOixty-wonj
La .aikatia Kaa ajaratak aMtawl TkaVrtal AVTld OIllllklTI
oum aU klndj of PUoi eren when phyaioiAiu
and medicine hv bfbr fkilod. I
4. t flf hv tltaOT oi tnc xtotdi
PRICISI.I UbE Prugglf lirl
I iMUKIVaoW I
"Kor li ytarc," writ'.' l.yman T. Aboil, of
Oeorcta Yi.. 'l f mod i n rallvf fnnn nt'ca, until I
(rled K dmy Wort. It iiakhu.kii ''
HE GREAT CURE
Aa It la for all the painful dlanaaaa of taa
KIONIYSXIVKR AND BOWtLS.
It olaanwa tha aTilom of thw aorld nolaon
Uiat aauaM tiia dreadful euSbrliif whleh
I only tha vlntlma of Rhaumatlara oan taaUaa.
THOU11NDI (l flilll
I at tha wont forma of Uila Urribla dlaaaai
I I have baan qnlokly relleirad, and la abort Unwl
ilrnici, ai. Li((l'iD(iR WtiT, nmo in uicguiamJ
jiry win wti iit mail.
VfWIM, 1UCH AUDHON bn., Borllnrtftn Vt
"I bad hahllual cualivouoai. pain In tha back
and ruouiuari-iit," wru.ia n. J. ttcoti, itnniogioB
Vt., Kidney-woit h runu tuetn an.
Stale 4 Monroe St?.. Chicago.
"1 lttruuwtu, hulu, I'upi, nla
lan. llmm Uiuti Kiaffh. ai,4
Hah. Hawt'r Ml Oultiit, HaHa(
lturi, awa nnia laamiriia aaa a
M-a fu A MMtMtf llavula aad a tataitai
Caatw Itaad Maaa
The Daily Bulletin.
orricsi no. 78 ohio lever.
OmClaX PAflK OF ALEXANDER OUDNTY.
SNtJUlftOi AX THB CAIRO PObTOFFICE KOK
TBAMUnieiOH TH BOUGH THE MAILS AT
BECOWD CLAM BATES.
TERMS' OF . SUBSCRIPTION:
, ,. , XUILI JDITION.
Daily ona year by earriar........ . .$U 00
(lpercnt.dlacoaotUpald in adanc.)
Daily, ona year by mail,.... ......-. V ou
Dally, ona month .......... ' W
Publlahad erery moralng (Mandayi excepted).
Weekly, one year.. 2 0(!
Weekly, montht 1 00
PabllahedeTery Monday noon.
(ar"t'luba of Ira or more lor Weekly Bnllrtln at
one time, per year, $1.(0. Poetage in all caeca
, IMVaRUBLT IN ADTaNOI.
All Communlcatlona ahould be addrcaacd to
E. A. BUHNKIT.
Pobliaber and Proprietor.
Bometlnida, from Held grown aadly strange
Plnoe robins by woodland path,
Straight up the ralley-boad I range
To reap the day's poor aftermath, '
The spiders splo aoroM my face;
Tbe startled partridge, Hotting, makes
A enddon alienee lu the place
The rasping cricket scarcely breaks.
I climb tha hill: the top draws nigh;
Tbe path grows light again, and lot
Tbe pala new moon, tha crimson sky,
Tbe village on the plain below I
And weary buskers, binding long
On dusky slopes, still bind by nlxlit,
While, like tbe murmur of a anna;,
Their talk is blown, aorosa the height.
t. Frank Tookar.
It waa snowiny; heavily. The sky,
which a few hours before hail Wn clear
and bright, was now overcast bv heavy,
driving clouds, through which, from
time to time, the tuoou shone with dull
light The pedestrians covered up their
ears and faces with the collars of their
overcoats, and hurried up the frozen
streets. Nobody stood still a moment
The sentry at the powder magazine
did not seem to mind the hiiow very
much. He walked his post briskly, with
his musket "carry arms;" but, as the
cold increased, he took a sheltered posi
tion against the wall of the magazine,
holding his musket with his mantel, to
prevent his stiffening fingers from ad
hering to the metal, and gazed out over
the vast expanse of snow, he looming up
like a bulky exclamation point Occa
sionally he stamped his feet. A couple
of Icicles hung down from the ends of
his heavy mustache. It was, indeed, a
terrible snow storm. AH at once, his
attention was directed to a dark jminL
It certainly moved, and it appeared to
be coming nearer. Some belated person
was toiling through the snow towards
"Halt!" called the sentry, bringing
his gun to his shoulder. The figure con
tinued to approach. . "Halt, or I will
fire," called the sentry once more in a
"Don't firet it's only me. Its Katie."
He dropped the butt of his gun to the
ground. ,"Are you here? In the name
of the devil, himself, what brings you
out of your village in all this cold weath
er" I wanted to speak to you, Fritz, and 1
had to como to-night, or not at all."
Tho dark spot on the snow came near
er and nearer.
"Tho soldier is not allowed to talk
when he is at his post."
"But I want to talk to you. Nobody
can hear us."
"When the relief guard comes and liml
me here talk nig to a w,oman, I will be
locked up in the casemates," said the
"There is no danger of anybody com
ing here in this snow storm. I'll be
gone before you are relieved."
"What a devilish sly girl you are,"
lauglted.the soldier grimly, shaking
himself up to get rid of the snow tint I
was falling thick and heavy. "Ib re
you havo flanked mo in a plaee where 1
can't advance or retreat. You have u
Rtra((etic bead, you have. There is n
stan" officer lont by you being a woman;"
and the soldier, a tall, handsome speci
men of the German soldier, laughed
Katie did not laugh. On the contra
ry, tha, looked sad, and her large black
eyes swmed surcharged with tears.
"Don't look at me so sharp with youi
big black eyes. You are a sly one, U
take me by surprise when I have m.
chancy to fir, and . fall back. So yoi
want to talk, uoyottr talk away, U
your heart's content, only don't ex peel
me to, answer you. My oath as a soldiei
forbids me to answer you when I am oi
"Your oath!" she exclaimed scorn
fully, her dark eyes flashing lire. "Your
oath!" she repeated in a ringing voice.
"Can't you, remember another oath that
you took when my people drove mo
away from home on your account?" She
clasped her bands in despair, and
groaned In her misery.
"ror uou s saie, Katie, calm your
self. You cannot reasonably expect me
to take care of a wife and child while I
am a soldier In the barracks, on my
"I can work for three," she said, in
a fierce tono of voieo. (lve mo back my
honor, and I will work for us all."
"Keep quiet," responded the soldier,
lowering his yolco, they will hear you
at tho guard house, and then I api
"Let them hear. Let the whole world
hear that I came hero in tho cold and
snow to remind you, for tho last time,
of your oath. .1 want you to keep your
word. Muko me your wife before (od
and man, as you promised mo you
Hho looked beautiful, In all her des
pair and wretchedness. Frltjs looked
away for a moment, and then replied:
"I'll do all that you wish, Katie, only
keep quiet If the patrol wureto come,
we would both be lost"
Doubt and Joy wore mingled In tho
expression oi her face, as she almost
"Will you, Fritu, will you?"
Tho soldier glanced, around anxiously
but there was no sign of relief.
"So help me God, we will bo married
Her eyes danoed with joy, as sho
nestled tip. to him. He threw the cape
or rats maiuie over nor suivering lorm,
CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNING,
and placed his arm around her.
"I always knew you were only
thoughtless. I knew ymi were not bad. '
And she looked up trustingly Into his
"You love mo yet, don't you, Fritz."
"Of course I do, what a foolish ques
tion to ask."
"But you have not como near mo nor
the bnby for almost it year."
"How could I, penned up here In the
garrison? Bv tho way, how is the ba
"lie is a big, stout fellow. Your mother
takes good care of him."
"My mother always was good to me,"
said tiie soldier, with a sigh. "Many a
time she saved mo from a whipping.-
It's good for us my father is dead. He
would never have allowed us to marry
never in this world. He wanted mo
to marry Klise, the rich miller's daugh
ter, but I wouldn't marry her if sho was
up to her neck in money."
"But you will marry mc, won't you,
"You have captured the fort, little
one The garrison had to surrender or
die, and I would rather surrender and
take my chances of good treatment."
"Fritz, please don't joke; it hurts
me;" and she pressed her hand to her
heart. "You used to be joking all the
time, but I suppose you are cold. You
are not dressed w arm. But, Katio, you
must go. It is nearly timo for the re
lief guard. Are you cold? It seems to
me you must be freezing.
"I'll o in a minute. Where will we
live when we are married?"
"As soon ns my term of service has
expired, which will be in a few months,
we can ffct into Silesia and establish a
home there. Huns Stockelbauer. who
used to belong to my company, has of
fered to sell me a farm on easy terms.
We can pay for it when we are able.
We will live there with the baby, all to
ourselves. How do vou like that, little
Although shivering with cold, slit
looked up into his face and laughed hut
said nothing, lie leaned back against
the stone wall of the magazine, and
drawing his cloak still closer around
her, said in a voice full of tenderness.
'Poor thinj;; you are shivering al
over, lie careful you don't go to sloop
This snow -will keep the patrol back ir.
making his rounds, but cold and snow
are treacherous things. A man U apt
to doze oil" and wake up in kingdom
come if he is not careful. We will havt
line times roaming through the greet
woods. There is plenty of ganit
where we will have our home, and 1
am a pretty good shot. Mr captain said
yesterday I was the best shot in the
"I believe it. You shot me through
the heart, but it is all right now. I'll
never reproach vou anv more, Fritz.
(Jod bles you." And she leaped her
head on his' broad breast. It's all right
now. I will be so hapov with yon and
the baby so happy!'
Katie, are you going to sleep?"
No. I am only so happy so hap-
Whew: tins is dreadlul weather. 1
lon't believe the relief guard will ever
M here through this snow."
Thicker and thicker fell the snow.
The relief guard was coming at last
llicv cleared the way with large snow
shovels, as t lie snow was too deep to
w ade through the sergeant of the guard
calls out, but the sleepers do not hear
him. The relief guard at last reached
the powder magazine. The sergeant
looks all around in amazement. nat
has become of the guard? Hits he de
serted his post? No; there he is leaning
up against the wall with the snow piled
up around rum. the sergeant calls
aloud; there is no answer. He holds up
the lantern, and there he sees Fritz,
like a brave German soldier, holding
his mu-ket properly, as he should, at a
"carry arms, with his right hand,
while bis left is around a woman, who
is looking up into his face. A smile of
incfl'ablo bliss is upon her quiet white
features; her lips are parted, as if they
hail just uttered a jest. She seemed to
sav, "Sec, I, too, am on guard."
The sergeant of the guard came too
late. Dentli had already relieved them
of their cares and troubles, past, pres
ent, and to conic. Translated from the
Were You Going to BuUd a Yaoht? .
It costs much more in proportion to
build a yacht than it does a vessel of any
'itlitir i1..u,.riiili,ti Vnt mil arfl tlin Vlrv
best of oak and other materials required,
i.... .i i . -i i. i ...I..- ,.
out UN! iMiimcrs expect ueuer ny ui
t hi Mi.reli'i.u i if I lu.riiui.li'i.u anil t heir work.
men than do the builders of ordinary
i -n i. i. 'l .1 ..
lessen, mere are yaciit uiumeio m
Nyack, Grccnpoint, JStatcn Island, Bay
Uidiri. f'ilv Llutul I'liiiirurin. and Var-
! :. . -i . -i . i - ' i
ion points tiling mc r.onsi aim up mu
IIiidoii. These men will not undertake
to build a bout unless they can see their
wav dearly to the milking of a hand-1
some prolii. It would be diflicult to
have a seventy-font yacht built in good
style for much less than 10,U00, while
i- . 1 t . II al .
iifsi-eiass schooner yachts costs an me
wav from sMd Oiifi tn .i-0 000. There
are a number of schooners of less than
mo tons luirdeu belonging to the ew
York Yacht Club which cost at least
:10,iiik). In lining up these crafts any
amount of nionev may be spent In
furnishing the cabin of one of these boats
a wealthy gent Iciuan recently paid UW a
niece for t he curtains of tlii! berlhu Steam
yachts are more, expensive than sailing
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..in--,, ii ,,'mii'i in- iiiiiii-iiii. iu nave wiiu
of the former built for much less that
?.ip,ooo. ror anoia tdo.isio a liandsomo
steam uteiiioi soniei ning over UK) tons,
according to the new overiimeut meas
urement, can be built. One was launched
about a year ago, tho hull of which, In
cluded the engine and boilers, cost ijiiO,
(Mill, and by the time her cabins woro
lilted up and her spurs and rigging put
in shape, she had cost the owner iflOO,.
(KM), She was of about 'j.io tons burden,
according to the new measurement
Some of the larger steam yachts which
are now building will cost n fortune
apiece. These vessels are in reality steam
ships, and it Is almost as expeunivo to
build one of them as it Is a mail steamej
registering in many thousands 0f toni
as the former does hundreds,
a aa -
The ('lairihiitnn sees "one of the
strangest marvels 'of the present timo"
In the Met that while the world pro-
fnaslia Ilk till 1' llttlfl fit till nM.,,itt.n rt
l' n". ' " ... 1,7111 IUU W
the prophecies of Scripture, it listens
...lit. It ....I ...... II. I . L .
mi i. in iiii,t , ii ii"i . iMiiitii'uce, vq tjue
boastful guesses of Wiggins, one- of tho
i . iV . l ...l.l .11 i .
icust oi us -'sciciuiuc iiropnuu,
James T. Roberts, of Anderson, S.
V., has sold to n Missouri gentleman ft
pack of twelve fox-hounds for 130.
An Arkansas editor says that the
stingiest man In his town talks through
his nose to savo the wear and tear on
his false teeth.-
Auothur professional English beauty,
Mrs. Cornwallls West will visit tliis
country. She will bo a guest at the
British legation at Washington.
A perfectly formed and healthy child,
weighing less than ono pound, was re
cently born to a woman in Ashland,
"It is tho little bits ov things that fret
and worry us," says Josh Billings; "we
kan dodge nn elephant, but we kan't a
'There is a man in Luzerne County,
l'a., who placed so much confidence in
Wgins' prophecy that he cut down a
bigrtrce In front of his house, and tho
tree in its fall crushed the house.
There is an apple tree in Rabun
couuty, Georgia, that Is probably the
largest on this continent One year the
owner gatherod 204 bushels of apples
People should remember all the time
that the act of Congress reducing the
postage will not go into effect until next
October. This is to give time to uso up
all the 3-cent stamps one has on hand.
About 12,000 cattle, one for every two
acres of its surface, exist on the Island
of Jersey, it being not quite seven
miles each way if it were square. It
also exports one cow for every ten acres
of the surface.
One of the youngest married couples
on record was seen at Castle Garden a
few days ago. The husband was seven
teen and the wife sixteen years of age,
and they had two children of their own.
They were from Hamburg.
When Mrs. Carey, the wife of the
Dublin informer, was told that it would
be better for her husband to tell all he
knew, she replied: "Well, I would
rather see him on the scaffold than in
the witness box."
Elsie Ryland, a forgeress of New
York out on bail, has disappeared in a
bad time for her, as her spoil so has just
learned that a legacy of 100,0(K) has
been bequeathed him by a deceased
Col. Delancey AstorKane, hero of the
"Tally Ho" coach, and for many years
one of the most prominent "society
men" in New Y'ork City, soons sails for
England. where he will "run a coach"
from I-ondon to the suburbs.
James Willey, of East Haven, Conn.,
wrote his will with a type-writer. Aftei
his death, recently, the validity of the
will was questioned on the" ground
that the document had been printud,
but the court decided that a printed
will is all right.
The latest case of juvenile depravity
on record is that of a boy in Mobile,
Ala., who burned down two buildings in
order to win bets to the amouut of $4,
which he had made, that there would
xe two tires in the city before a certain
A well-clad and respectable man re
cently created a great stir in Ixmdon by
promenading the street sandwiched be
tween two boards, which bore these
placards: "General Postoflicc. Dis
charged for not saluting a clerk. Twenty
liw years her Majesty's servant."
The Mayor of Brooklyn recently at
tended an exhibition at a kindergarten,
and in closing his address to the child
ren ijuoted that classic rhyme, "The
rose m red, the violet blue; the pink is
sweet, and so are you." And he didn't
quote it right, either.
A favorite experiment among medical
students is to oiicn the abdominal vein
of a frog and eject salt water into it un
til every drop of bbxxl in the body is
washed out. The animal hops around
as lively as ever for two or three days,
when it begins to droop and finally dies
in alxnit a week.
A man fifty-four years of age, living
in Kentucky has nine sons-in-law. Ho
is willing to wager 100,000 that he and
his daughters' husbands can out wrestle
any other man and his sons-in-law in
this country. This amounts to a bet that
no other man in the country has as many
as nine sons-in-law.
The Chinese merchants of Waynes
boro, Ga., do not intend to be expelled
from trade circles without making a
vigorous effort at self-protection. Three
of thein, acting upon tho ail vice of the
Chinese Minister at Washington, have
begun suit in tho United States District
Court, at Savannah, for .U5,000. Thero
are eighteen defendants.
The first thing a city man does when
he gets rich, says the Philadelphia
A'ew, is to buy a farm, move into the
country and bankrupt himself trying to
raise enough to keep himself from starv
ing. A rich countryman, on the other
hand, buys a brown stone front In tho
city, and becomes Interested In stocks,
with a like result .
A French chemist claims to having
discovered a method of overcoming tho
danger threatening vineyards from the
ravages oi the phylloxera. His process
is to inoculate the vines with tho pheonol
poison. The phylloxera do not attack
fdaiits thus treated, and are extirpated
uFwant of food. Tho vines are in no
way injured by the inoculated process.
A Pittsburg police ollleor arrested a
man who, ho thought, was a suspicious
character because ho seemed to on the
wearer of a false beard. At the station
the man took off his beard and showed
that in tho wearing of it ho was only ex
ercisimr irood taste. His tinder jaw had
years before been entirely taken off in a
Tbe low price of wheat is greatly dis
couraging to English farmers. After
seven years oi greater or less liiuure,
they aro doubting now whether a good
cron would pay at present low prices.
The floroage sown to wheat this year is
much smaller than usual. Thus the
evil of low prices corrects Itself, and the
farmer who goes on without varying for
high or low prices has the best success
A Cecil County (Md.) couple, who
hail been living unhappily together
lately adopted a novel and simplo
method of obtaining a divorce. They
piled their household goods on three
wuirons. The wlfo took control of two,
the husband of the third. Thou they
drove to Texas. At crossroads In thai
state the wife drove one way, the bus
baud the other.
MAY 23, 1883.
THE GREAT GERMAN
lU'llovt-a and curea 'J
II Kt PACK K, TOOTHACHE,
8oranais, Cuts, Bruiaaa,
III HUH, M'ALDE,
And all ullii'r bodily aehas
FIFTY CENTS I BOTTLE.
Sold hy all tiniKKlata and
liiait-ra. Dlrrvliona In 11
The Charles A. Vogelir Co.
iiam.i la a. T.KIiUn a CO )
Inlliiuui-w, MM V.N. A,
The Wonderful Efficacy of
Baa been to frequenUy and aaUafaetorOf prwarj
that It seems almost euperuuoua to aay anything
more in their favor. Tbe tmmenae and ooiurutitly
locreaaing demand for thorn, both in this and foreign
countriea, la the beat evldnoe of their raioa. Their
sale bxlay lo tbe United btatre la far greater than
any other cathartic nialldne. Thla demand la
Dot s:amodic It la rea-ular and steady. It la not
of to-day or ywturday, II la an iucreaarUiat has been
steadily KTowturf f.Tt!ielitUilrty nn yoara. what
are the reaauna for this great and growing demand f
Dr. Hrbenrk'a .Mandrake Plllacoutaln no mer
cury, and yi t tlwy act with wonderful effect npoa
tbe brer. Tney vlraiiM the t'nua-,h and bowels of
aU Irrtuttru matter, which. If allowed lo remain,
jolaouf trie bloo i. and brniraon M.lana,Cbialaaait
fever, and niany otbur diaeawa. '1 hoy Rive health
and itrwiiiUh Ui tbe dwwtive ortrana. They create
eii".iu.- and give vbnr to Uie whole ayetinn. They
are in fact til - medicine of all rahera which ahould
betaken luti:uiUketlie TC"nt, when malarudand
otlier epiiti-iiiin am rivm. aa they pn:re Use sya
teui to run! aiuu-ks of duwane of every character.
Dr. Hrhmrk'a .Mandrake Pilla are s4d by all
druvlt at tf.'jr. .T Uu, or sent by mail, poetl'Sid,
on receipt of pnoe.
Dr. Mr hrnrk'a Honk on Consuniptlea, IJv
rr omiilalm ami Dyapepaln, In EuffUah or
German, la sent frrr to all. Ad'lra Dr. J. II.
KCIIKNCK rV M, Philadelphia, Paw
Ar at aaaa a nn I -I A
wft I ftnttn
Catarrh and Hay
uiu is Til a ll kali.
or any kind of viucue
lhlUmeil and rnuuli
surfaces A preeara
tlon of undoubted
merit. Apply by tbe
litilo fl.igcr i nt. i l Im
noatrlla. It will he
f A7v CTai
rl(!nirK Ihe nasal
asaaiies or catarrhal
irna, raising healthy secretions, ii aoaya in
nmmatliiii. irotcctH the tneiniransl llnlnua of tha
bt ad from additional colils, completely heals the
i. roa and natures the iienee or taste ana amen.
Ilnneflcial remilie are reulls d by a lew applica
TIIOIIOI UII THr.A 1 Mr. NT w ILL, UI Kill
Cream It ilm has valued an enviable reputation
wherever known ; displacing all other treparatloua,
Send fur circular cont orting full Inlormatlnn and
reliable ti-etlmoulals. My mall, prepaid. 60 eenta
a nackasD stumps received. Mold by all whole-
i end retail druuirat.
KLY'WCHK AM I1A1.M CO.
Owe no, N. Y.
A New and uompiuto Ilotiil. fronting on Lovei
Hecnnii and itauroau directs,
'Phn I'liainiiier lleliut of thil ChlrHL'O.' Ht. I.ntils
Ht'd .iew (irlenns: Illlnuls (,'uiitrai; Wahasli, Ml,
Louis ami raci lie; iron Mountain una ti'iutheni,
Mobile and Ohio; Cairn anil HI. Lotus ItnHwayi
aro nil Just across the street ; while tho Htoamhual
i.Hnniiig is nut one s-juurn nisiani,
This Hotel Is heated liy nlenm, baa steam
I.unndry, llydraulir. Kluvalor. Kluttrlc tJiill Hells.
Automatic Flro-Aliirnis, llatlis, alisolntoly pure air,
piTieci sewerage and complete appoliitnioiiis.
Hiitierb furnir'tilnt'Hi nerfucl aerrlcot and an un
Li. I. PAHKKU At (10..J mm
tk. B. IMITII.
KUUIItT a, SMITH.
Grand Central Store.
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LLIN018 CENTRAL R. R.
-a w w w m aa aai
Shortest and Quickest Route
St; louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Lino Kunninff
9 DAILY TRAINS
V: Irom Cairo,
Making Direct Connection
TaAist Liava Caibo:
Arrtflngln i .touli 1:48a.m.: fblcago.s.so p.m.:
Connect g at Odin and KrBngham for Clnclrj
BaU, L jiavillu, Indianapbli aud polnta Kaat.
11:1 t a m. Bt. lxuict ttiui Wtstrn
rrlvtngin Bt. Lon(a7rt)6p. m., and connectlnt
for all pouite Weat.
3:60 p.m. K'rmt JOx prvaMi.
For St. Louis and Chicago, arriving al 8t. Louie
10:40 p.m., and Chicago t: a m
3:00 p.m. CinoinnHti Kipreaa.
ArrlTlDg at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Louisville 6:15
a.m.; Indianapolis 4 06 a.m. Fasaengur by
this train reach the above points ly to 3r)
dot' Kb in advance ol any other route,
nrTbe8:50 p. m. eipresa has PL'LLMAM
sLe-KrlNU CAK Cairo to Cincinnati, without
changes, and through sleepers lo bt. tools and
Fast Time Kast.
I'aeMmirfki'u D ,h', "ne n tn"ugii to Ksst.
ariV.iJitl9 rn tiointe wtrboot an dalaa
caused by Sunday tuterveuing. Tbe Saturday after-
ooon train rroui cairo arrives in new lork Monday
nornlugat lu:!ts. Thlrty-aix hours In advance ol
BT other roote,
ISKor through tickets and further ttiformatloo,
apply at Illinois Central liailroad Depot. Cairo.
J. U. JON KB, Ticket Agent.
A. U. HAN SON. (Jen. Paa. Agent. Chicago
A KHIVA L AND DEPARTURE OK MAILS.
I. C. K. It. (through lock mall). 6 a. m.
8 p. ro.
V p. m.
" (war main
" (Southern l)lv....
Iron Mountain H. It
Wabash R. K
Texaa A Ht. Louis K. It......
bt. ixiu.a A Cairo K. It
.lo p. m.
.7 p. m.
5 p. m .
Sat. A Mon.
9: JO am
4 p. m.
M.aa diver arrive Wed
P O. gtn , del . to n from
Krl. JL Sun.
T :30 am to 7:30 pm
6 a. m. tot p. m.
Sa. m. to 10 a. m.
P.O. bos liel. o. en from. . .
randayages. de',. open from.
Boadav hex del. open from. ...8 a. m. to 1040am
gW.NOTsV Chenee will be published from
time ta Urn la city papers, ( hancorour cards ac
cordingly. WM. V. ML KPUY, P. M.
Mayor N. R. Thistlewood.
Treasurer T. J. Kertb.
Clerk Urnnl. J, Co ley.
Counselor Win. B. lillbert.
Marsbai-L. U. Meyera,
Attorney William liradricka.
Boaau oy iLiiaaaia
first Ward-Wm. Me Hale. T. M . Klmbroagk.
Second Ward-Jease llinkie, C. N. tlnghea.
Third Ward-!). F, lilakc, John Wood.
Fourth Ward Charles O. Patter, Adolph So
Flftb Ward-T. W. Halllday, Krneal B. Petrlt.
Circuit Judge 1). J. Hekrr.
Circuit Clerk A. II. Irvtn.
County Jodro J. 11. hoblnson.
l oumy Clerk b. J. liumm.
County Attorney J. SI.Damron.
County Treasurer-Miles W. i'arker.
SIhiiiI John llodiiua.
Coroner-K. ritagetald , ,,
County Commissioners T. W. Halllday, J. II.
Mulcabay and l'etvr hauo.
CtAIKO BAPTIST. Corner Tenth and Poplar
streets) preaching first and third Sundays la
arh month, tl a. m. and 7:) p. m i prayer meet
Iiik Thursday, 7 : p. m.; Sunday school, :i a m
Kcv. A. .1. 1IBSS Paator.
1IICKCH OF THB KBI)KKMKR-(Bplseopal
1.7 Fourteenth street; Sunday 7:00 a m., Holy
Communion lU:J0a. m., Morning Prayer II a. in.
Hunday schools p. m., Bveulng Prayers 7:up.m.
F. P. Lavenport, 8. T. H. Hector.
LMHST MISSIONARY bAPTIHT CUUKCU.-
T Preaching at 10:80 a. n.., 8 p. m., and 7:80 p m.
zlabbatb achool at 7:80 p. m Rev. T. J. Bhorei,
IrjTIIBKAN-Thlrteenth etreet; service hab
j bath I:S0 a. m.; Sunday school Ip m. Kev.
MKTHODIHT Cor. Blghtb and Walnut slr.ets
Preaching Babhalb 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p.m.
sunday HchonTat t:00 p, m. Kev. J. A. ScarroU,
1)KEHBYTEHI AN Klghth street: preacnlng on
Habhath at 11:00 a. m. and 7:80 p. ni.j praver
meeting Wedneadav at 7:H'J p. m.; Hunday Bchuol
at 8 p. m. Kev B. V. Qeorte, paator.
ST.JOHKPH S--tUoman Catholic) Cornor Cros
and Walnut treet; torvtcea Sabbath 10:80 a.
.; Sunday SthiKil at Hp. m.; Vesper 8 p. m.;er
rices every day at 8 a m. Hov. O'tlara, Priost,
ST. PATIlICK'8-( Roman Catholic) Comer Ninth
street and Washington avonua; torvlcv Hsb
onth H and 10 a. ra. Vesper 8 p.m.; Sunday School
4 p. in. services every day at 8 a. m. Hev. Mimtjlicrs
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000 copies sold In two months. Everybody boy
It, because It is loaded wllh W N . We havo the
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trnlud wllh original engraving madu by our spe
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I0 and lit I'lne Bt. , Loan, Mo.
-w-sapfopioamaiwayaon tho look
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VV I IN ii .their oatnlngs, and in tlma
If I k I I'Jbecomawoarthyi thoa who
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many men, woman, boy. and girl to work lor ti
tla-ht ljrholrownlocalltiea. Any ono can do the
work properly from the flrat atari. The business
will pay more thin ten time ordinary wago. Ki
pen.UeoulntfurnUhedfreo. No one who engagoi
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rail lo maae uiua.j .
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tent tl. Addre. BTIM SUM 00. Portland, M