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A BonMhold Article for Universal
For Scarlet and
I Typhoid revert,
I ration, Ulcerated
I Hore Throat, Small
I Poz. Meaalaa. anl
11 tontaglnaa Diseases. Persons waiting on
the btck should use it freely. Scarlet Fever has
oever been known to ipread where the Fluid wa
iu refer run Deen curea witn it alter
black vomit had taken place. The wont
CMC of Diphtheria yield to it.
Feveredand Hick Per
tone refreshed and
11 d Boron prevent
ed by bathing with
Impure Air made
harimleu and purified.
For Sore Throat It u a
For Fronted Feet,
Chllblaiui, PI lea,
Soft White Complex,
lorn tecured by its iuc.
Rhlp Fever prerented.
To purify the lireath,
Cleanae the Teeth,
It can't be surpassed.
Catarrh relieved and
Ityeente; j cured.
vvoanda healed rapidly.
An A ntldote for Animal
or Vegetabla Poisons,
I used the Fluid during
our present affliction with
Starlet Fever with de.
cided advantage. It it
Indispensable to the tick,
soon. Wat. F. Samd
od, Eyrie, Ala.
FITTING of Small
A member of my faro
Ity was taken with)
Small-poa. 1 used the
Fluid ; the patient wa
n;t delirious, was not
pitted, and wai about
the house again in three
weeks, and no others
had it. -J. W. Pam.
The physicians here
use Dtrbvs Fluid very
successfully in the treat-
Xent of Diphtheria.
Tetter dried up.
I'lorre purified and
In cases of Death it
thouiii be used about
the corpse it will
prevent any unplea.
The eminent ITiy.
alrlan, J. MA1UOV
SIMS, M. V., New
Vork, says: "I am
convinced Prof Iarbys
Prophylactic Fluid is a
I Scarlet Fever
Vanderbilt Ilnlmlt vu.i...hi.
I testify to the most excellent qualities of prof.
Darby! Prophylactic Fluid. As a disinfectant and
detergent it is both theoretically and practically
superior to any preparation with which I am ac-tjuainxed.-N.
T. Urro, Prof. Chemistry.
Darbyt Fluid U Recommended by
Hon. ALtxanDM H. STarHas, of Georgia;
.Tv V ' VJ Chureh
Jos. LaCoMTi, Columbia. Prof.,t'niversity,S.C
Ker. A. J. Hattli, Prof., Mercer University;
Rev. Oeo. F. Puaci, Bishop M. E. Church.
EfDISPENSABLE TO KVERY HOME,
fertsctiy harmless. Used internally or
eitemally for Man or Beast.
The Hind has been thoroughly tested, and wa
fcavt abundant evidence that it has done everything
here claimed. For fuller information get of your
iruggit a pamphlet or aend to the proprietors'
J. II. ZEIUN tt CO.,
Manufacturing Cheinisa. PHIIADCLPHIA.
W. 8TRATT0N, Cairo. T. BIRO, Mlesonrl,
STRATTON & BIRD,
No. W Ohio Levee, Cairo, VI.
7Atnti America Pow4er Oo
Boot & Shoe
No. 90 Com'l Ave., Bet. 6tb & 6th St.,
Just received a full .ne of
FALL and WINTER GOODS
wbicb he will tell at the loweat bottom prlcet. It
eosnprieet the beat of ST. LOUIS HAND MADS
ad of BOSTON MANUFACTURES, LADIES'
and CHII.DRS.V.S SHOES, aud GENTS RUB
BER BOOTS andSHOKS.
W"Wi alto make to order anything In our tine
of the bett material and workmanship.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAT
Egyptian Flouring Mil Is
qiffhestC&sh Price Paid tor Wheat.
"CITY GUN STORE"
Oldest in the city; established in 1862.
Com') Ave., between 9th and 10th 8ts.
MANUFACTURER dt DEALER IN ALL KINDS
Ammunition of all descr'pMons alwart on hind at
General repairing in all klndt of metal. Keys
fall deicripiioni made to order, and tatiafactloa
warranted. Give me a call, and be convinced for
yourself, at the t gn of the "BIG GUN."
JOHN A. KOEHLEH,
9 ProDrietor, Cairo. 111.
The Ideal CaHgraph.
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PARKER, RITKR CO., 420 N. 3d, St Lotrla.
THE HEAD OF THE LIST,
How General Sherman Celebrated Hit
atlrcineat ol tUe Old ftolaler Front)
AniT fterwiee Its I he Army.
8t. Louis, Feb. 8. When s reporter
arrived at Geu. Sherman's residence, No.
812 Oarrlson awauu, latent on extending
to him this paper's birthday congratula
tions, he found the gallant old soldier ssat
ed comfortably In bis library, looking hale
and hearty as most men of fifty, and cheer
fully communicative ppoo such topics as
the reporter brouxut to bU attention
"Yes," be said, am 64 years old,
and in accordance witb an act of Con
Kress I retire trom aotive service and
take my place at tbe bead of the retired
Mat." Tbe Oeneral produced the army
list and showed where his name appeared
at tbe head of the active list.
"Nextyear it will bo here," be aald,
pointing to tbe head of tbe list of 400 offl
aen who have retired. Thl General de
aired to show tbe reporter th Eagllih
army list, which was stowed away on one
of the higher shelves and book-cases, and
tbe anility with which he mounted a chair
and the lightness of step with which be
landed upon the floor aaln suggested
many a long year of physical vigor before
be will be beyond dolnit the State some ser
vice. "Ob, certainly," the Oeneral answered
to a query, "locate of war I would be
called iV'OO, I eipeot, but I do not think
that the United Slates will be Involved In
any war during tbe remainder of my life
time. If it should happen, of course, I
am still In tbe army and still a general, my
retirement involving io change of rank or
"You are enjoying life here, are you not.
"Very well, Inde . You newspaper
men occasionally, slnue I settled down,
bave given me a teod deal more advertis
ing tbaa I like. If anything that htppena
to me or any of uir family la of publio In
terest I have no objection to the newspa
pers publishing it; none In the
least, and they are very welcome to
come here and tee me or aotne other mem
ber ef the household and get the facta. I
do object though to suoh unfounded sen
istloual stories as have been published and
sent abroad, such as tbat reported runaway
aoclJent which made out tbat Mrs. Sher
man was la tbe bugty at the time. On
tbat occasion and at tbe time ef the
untrue story about tbetmallpox being at
my bouse, I reoelred telegrams from
friends all over the oountry, some from
tbe far East and South, otfeen from Cali
fornia; aad it cost me quite a large sum of
money te send answers to them. Oue hu
to reply to dispatches of this kind, and If
Jhe reporter who wrote up thote stories
knew bow rauob money and trouble tbey
cost me, I believe be would bave beeu more
A review of tbe General's career shows
i bit be wu born in Lancaster, O., Feb. 8,
1W0; graduated at 'West Point In 1840;
tsrved In tbe Seminole war. and at various
posts, and resigned from the army in 18A3.
In civil life be served as a banker and law
yer, and In 1869 became Superintendent of
the Military School In Louisiana. In 1661
be came to St. Louh, re-entered the army
with the rank of Colonel, became a Brigadier-General
of the regular army In l9w,
and in lSbt sucoeeded Get). Grant as Gen
eral and Commander-ln-Cfalef of tbe army.
Wibhinoton, Feb. 8. Tbe President
lisued the following order, announcing tbe
retirement of Geo. Sbermaai
"Gen. Wan. T. Sherman, General of tbe
Army, having thla day reached tbe age of 84
years, is in accordance with the law placed
on tbe retired list of like Army, without re
striction of pay or allowances. Tbe an
nouncement of the severanoe trom Ibe com
mand of tbe Army of one who has been so
many yean iu distinguished obiet oan but
awaken in the minds, not only of
tbe Army, but of the people of tbe
United States, mingled emotions of re
gret and gratitudet regret at tbe withdraw
al from aotive military service of an officer
whose lofty sense of duty has been a modal
for all soldiers ainoe be first entered the
army in July, 1840, and gratitude freshly
awakened for services of incalculable value
rendered by him in the wu- for tbe Union,
which bit great military genius and daring
did so much to end. The Tresldent deems
this a fitting oocaslen to give expression in
this manner to tbe gratitude felt towards
Gen. Sherman by hi) fellow dtisens, and
to hope tbat Prevtenoi may grant him
many years ef health and happiness In
relief from tbe active dotles of his prefei-
(Signed) Chester A. Arthur.
A YACILLATLMG POLICY.
Likely ( Coat EagUnd Maoy Men aad
New York, Feb. 8. On the rscelpt of
the news of the capture of Gen. Gordon by
tbe Mahdl, a reporter called upon Gen.
Stone, late Chlef-of-StaS to the Khedive,
and asked him what he thought would be
"It li difficult to foresee," was the re
ply. "It was a piece of great cruelty to
tend that man alone into that country. Ue
hould have had an escort of at least 1,000
1 'Do you think that the report of hit cap
ture Is correct V
"Well, the advices in tbe morning pa
pers state that he was at Korosko, snd if
be attempted to go from there, I think no
thing is more likely than tbat he should
bave been captured. In fact It is exactly
tbe result I should bave anticipated."
'Assuming tbat tbe report is true, Gen
eral, wbat will be England's courier"
"Ah," said the General, Iwllh a ibrug of
the shoulders, "as to tbat you are ai well
qualified to judge ai I am. England, by
her vaotllatlag and dilatory policy, has
let this thing drag along until it has now
become a problem almost too large for me to
THI MORAL EFFECT
of the recent disaster wilt be very great,
and will itrengtben tbe opinion In the
minds of the people an to the soundness
of the Mahdl 'i olalm. and it
will be difficult to make the Mussulmans
fight against him. The next news,
probably, will be tbe aooount of tbe up
rising of more of the Bedouin tribes in the
Egyptian depondeocles, and possibly n
Arabia, Syria and Palestine. There Is alio
likely to be serious trouble in Algiers,
Tunis and Tripoli. The Mahdl, elated
with his continued tucceues, wfll event
ually attempt tbe eonauest of the whole of
Egypt. England and France will find it
difficult to prevent tU. At least 100,000
troops should be sent there at ouce. and
there la scant time to do this before June,
when the rainy seasee of Kordefaa begin,
an4 front thai. Ue UU Oeteher the dfcat
Is fatal to European soldiers, as I laid re-
oouuy in a lecture wblob I delivered in tbli
city. Tbe blunder, or worse, of tbe Brit
ish Government was In InsUtlng upon the
use of monoy In the Egyptian treasury for
the payment ef tbe interest on tbe bonds,
thus leaving tbe Khedive without the meaee
PROTECT HIS OWN COUNTRY.
Could tbe retourcei of the country have
been used In tbe equlpmont of a proper
fore; the power of tbe Mahdl might bave
been checked while it was comparatively
feeble, E icb victory that be bas gained bai
attracted tens of thousands to bis stand
ard, and til who believe him to be tbe real
Mabdi believe that be is lnvlnojble, and
that his rallon Is to conquer tbe whoe
world. A crushing defeat at tbe outsat
would have made an end to bis pretensions
at once, and be would hare made no ac
oesiious to his force. Now he has bereomo
so powerful that It Is difficult to tell wbere
bis conquests will end. Tbe second blun
der of tbe British Government was in
sending Geu. Gordon alone . into this
country. Ki I have said, 1,0'JO men ti the
very leant force that be .hould have bad,
and 6,000 troopt sent with Gordon would
in my oplulon bave saved tbe English Gov
ernment a vast expenditure of men and
roouey that now appears inevitable."
A CITY IX DABIiXENM.
The Brash Elecirle Light Company's
Rochester, N. Y., Feb. 8.-Shortly
after two o'olook this morning the electric
lights went out all over the city and tbe
streeti were left in darkness. A few min
utes later an alarm of .fire sounded from
tbe Uocbet.ter Paper Mill. Tbe reflection
of a large fire was seen in tbe Northern sky.
A few minutes later, and before the de
partment reached the scene, Samuel P.
Kay's planing mill at the lower falls, and
one old building adjoining, occupied until
lately by tbe Brush Blectrlc Light Co., were
enveloped in flames. The fire originated In
a hot box of a shaft in tbe planing mill, snd
spreading rapidly, thl buildings and oou
tenti were completely destroyed. It oon
talued machinery aud itook valued at
$15,0u0. Soon after the flames burst
from tbe planl.it, mill, the Brush
bulldlug Ijrnited. All the machinery bad
been removed to tbe new building except
one maoblne worth (4,000, whloh wa de
stroyed. Tb Are burned fiercely, and was
beyond control before the department
could throw a stream. It was a frame
building aod burned rapidly, aa did tbe
planing mill. Tbe eleeirtc light wire ail
burnd off, and the city was left in total
darkness. The eleotrlo lights will be all
LOKO'S COLD DCCHIXG.
What He May Expect For Hie Esca
pade With a Conatry ttlrL
Trentoh-, Mo., Fob. 8. About three
weeks ago one Long ariivedin town on a
protracted walk. He Hopped bere and
engaged as cook in one of tbe hotels. In
tbe same house was emnlnved a o-onfl Innk.
Ing lass who had lately come from the
country. She was attracted by tbe Gould
like manners of the cook, and bv manv
representations be finally gained her cor,
sent to a union of bands and hearts. Oa
the night befo re the intended marriage tbe
couple went to another hotel over night,
registering as man ana wire.
Long was arrested and Disced in la.II. and
will be tried On the Charee of apdnrtlnn.
If Us Is not convioted be will probably be
given a batb under tbe loe of Grand river.
The girl Is tbe daughter of a retractable
Banks and Bends.
Washington. Feb. 8. The actuary of
tbe treasury department, Mr. Elliott, will
appear this morning before tbe banking
and currency committee of tbe House, and
will furniib several calculations of interest
on bonds, tbe amounts of circulation un
der tbo different propositions relating to
tbe bank and bond question. Tbe mem
bers of the committee are not generally in
favor of tbe Potter bill, which Is now un
der discussion, but Mr. Potter Is very
earnest In bis presentation of its advan
tages. Tbe McPbereon bill, reported in the
Senate, providing for an issue of notes not
exceeding tbe par value of bonds deposited
as security by tbe national banks, is much
preferred, and it is likely that such a bill
will be reported. Vhv. of Mr. Wilklns,
embodying tbe points of the McPberson
bill, will a tbat event be adopted by tbe
committee. The proposition of Comptrol
ler Enox and Treasurer Wyman to amend
this bill, by abolishing, in whole or in part,
tbe tax on circulation, Is not favorably re
garded, but it will be fully discussed.
A Question ol Hlghls.
Washington, Feb. 8. The bill intro
duced in the Senate yesterday by Senator
Morgan to provide for settlement of the
rights of Slates aad corporations and per
sons interested in any jnd grant made in
aid of any railroad or canal, wblob shall be
declared forfeited by acts of Congress, pro-
Tides tbat the Circuit court of the United
States shall bave lurlsiliction of all nun.
tiona arising out of such declaration of for-
louureana sna.i nave jurisdiction to de
termine wbetber anv nnoh A ftnlaraflnn nf
forfeiture has been an marl in .hrM
impair or destroy the constitutional rights
oi any state or corporation or person hav
ing rights, easement or rrlviinrpa nnrlar
tbe act of Congress making such grants.
The Dollar ol the Dade.
Washington, Feb. 8. Tue House com-
mittee ou coinage, weights and measures
beard arguments yesterday by Congressmen
Mclllliln, of Tennessee, and Evuns. of
Pennsylvania, on the trade-dollar question.
McMIIIIq spoke at length in favor of making
the trade dollar a legal tender, and Mr.
Evans advocated their redemption at par.
The members of the committee dlscussod
these propositions without arriving at any
conclusion, and adjourned until Monday.
Brained by a "Haruiltttialy luaaae."
Chester. Vt., Feb. 8. Charles Bob
bins, the postmaster, while going to the
office was approached from behind by
Warren Heald, who dealt him several
blows upon the head with a dub infllotinx
severe Injuries beforo he was discovered bv
bystsnders. Heald has been considered
harmlessly tnane for some time past, but
has hild a grudge against Robbini.
Albany, N. T., Feb. 8. A dispatch
was received by Speaker Sheard from an
Assemblyman attsndlng ths carnival at
Meptreal that Asseahlysaan D enabuo had
been arretted by the Canadian authorities.
Tfce reson Is not stated, but it is thought
that the faot was that Bonahus had beet a
Pea Ian leader nasi identities with the feat
MORNING, FEBRUAKY 9,
THE CONVENTION FIZZLE
Ika Father of Wateri fltabbaj ia ths
House of Its Friends.
How Public Opinion Hcflect the Ae.
lion of the Recent Convention
ot Cowards at Washington.
St. Louis, Feb. 8.-Tbe universal
denunciation of the action of the late
Mississippi River Convention at Washing
ton, is well renVote by the following edi
torials In tbe Post-Dispatch of this even
inn: THE WORK Or THE CONVENTION.
"The Natioual Mississippi River Con ven
tion bas met and adjourned. If It bad
done nothing, tbat would have been bad
enough; unfortunately it has done worse
"Tbe convention met to assert the Inde
pendence of tbe Mississippi river In tbe
matter of appropriations. It mot to en
force In claim to recognition on iu merits.
' 'This was all that there was In the move
ment. "And at the very first moment, almost be
fore It mot, the convention surrendered the
cause It had been sent to support. It be
trayed Its trust, hauled down Its fl ig, re
nounced iu manhood, and orlnged before
the enemy with the abject submission of
Baker Pasha's Egyptians before the con
quering KI Mahdl. It did not even make a
show of resistance.
"Hud It resisted It might perhaps bave
been beaten; it might bave lost everything
except honor. At It Is, It has lost every
thing honor included.
"It met to boast of its streneth, and it
did not stand up long enough to be knocked
down. It met to show the country Its In
fluence in national legislation aud It suc
cumbed to the Irst lobby that bluffed It.
It did not not dare to open Its moatb to
make tbe only declaration It had undertak
en to make. Its mushy and mnanlnglexs
platltuloswers written by men who shiv
ered In terror of the Canal on the one sido
and of the Cbeesequakes creeks on tbe
"The mlsohlef Is, done and there Is no
"The aotlon of tbe convention repre
sents nothing but tbe cowardice of its
nerveless snd boneless leaders. But we
cannot repudiate It. Eighteen States of
the Mississippi Valley subscribed for It,
hurrahed for It, sent It forth, and ihey are
disgraced aod humiliated by its abject sur
render. St. Louis, which started it snd
furnished It with a President and an.
tary, must bear the brunt of the disgrace
sou consent to be tbe laughing-stock of the
rest of the country. !
"And tbe ere at rivr the treat Fmhar
of Waters; tbe mighty stream whole, wel
fare we have regarded ai one ot tbe ohlef
factors In tbe national prosperity, must
now take its place at tht tall end of that
procession ot beggars, piupers and thieves
which makes up the 'U.ver and Harbor
"This is the work of the vaunted conven
In another article tbe same paper says:
'"Read those resolutions ol the Missis
sippi River Comotion over carefully
Tbe proportion of sense to sound Is as Fal
staff's penny-worth of bread to all tbat
sack. Not one word about tbe Mississippi
river appropriations being pass J on by a
special committee; not one werff about the
Improvement being passed on its
merits, and being disconnected frem the
"River aud Harbor Steal; " on tbe coi
trary, there is a direct admission tbat the
Mississippi river people are willing to swap
influence with the Uenncpln canal people,
and tbe plain inference to be drawn from
u is mat tne misinsippi river is perfectly
willing to trade votes with aor other in.
fluence that turns up. This Is the bitter
kernel of meaning in all the windy and
wordy "resolootlne" of vesterdav.P
Tbe extraordinary aetion of the St. Louis
members of tbe convention In making
poitticiai recommendations, etc., Is also
generally denounced, and the impression
prevails that politloal ambitions took more
of our delegates to the nanltaJ than rllrf h
duslre to serve tbe interests of the o-raat
valley by securing the improvement of our
nooie water-way to tbe gulf. In this con
nection it is remembered tbat eaob of the
gentleraon so engaged "has a record,"
which, when understood at tbe White
House, will make his "Influence" awav
below par with a Republican President.
Wheeling, W. Vs., Feb. 8. -The river
is 61 feet and falling slowly. The steamer
Bell Prince went to Berwood to transfer
passengers to Moundsvllle- The weather ia
cloudy snd cool.
Wheeling, W. Vs., Feb. 8.-Builness
is still almost totally suspsnded and
tbe entire populace are gathered
on tne streets watoblng ths slowly
receding flood. The water has fallen sbeul
afoot. The weather Is cooler. Ai tb
waters recede tbe full extent of tbi
devastation becomes apparent. Houiei
are on their sides and washed to some
distance from their sites or entirely car
ried awav: barna anrl afahlpa ar onllr-d
in great masses wherever any barriet Inter
poses io noia tnem. one or two city brid
ges are endangered and two over Cald
well's run have been carried away. The
water reaobed from hill to hill at thn aniith
end, and In many places near tbe city tbe
river 11 a lake from or.a to thrnn mllwa
Tbe B. A. O. ami C A P. Ir.llw.n .
under water for miles, and there
railroad traffic nearer than tn
miles to the cltv. Manv nnnla
are camped on the hill tops beside those
accommodated In tbe churches, schools
Slid markets and manv nalvara ainraa Tk.
blast furnacetre chllledTo many cases by
mo naurr rescuing tneir tires. Tbe water
is still falling at the rate of an inch or so an
Pittsburg. Pa.. Feb. 8. The waters
in both livers at this city are rapidly fall
ing, and marks at 8 o'olook this mornlntr
20 feet. Although the otrlls of the flnnd
have decreased and ooammitnloatlon be.
tweon the cities Is restored, there sre still
lurking dangers from weakened founda
tions wbicb may overthrow bulldlngi, from
undermined streets and ntramsai, tm.
is cause for grave apprehensions, aad pre
cautions are neiag taken to guard against
serious results. Laaaea ta i till El tastrl
to the comnunlty Is enormous, proving
k reater toan at nrst supposed. Movements
in behalf of tnasta who arc Bastulaaa ar la
distress are going on, and are already as-
ud( many oases or impoverisnM suner
ere from the fiend. No deuht but all neces
sary means can be seoured fejwoampllsh
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lnpApa etAJSI A"ntji spnsnoqa da
4,N1 Afi4 'itueqn an pity jefiu pua
A happy surprise it was to Mr. A. B.
Norton, ot Brtatoi, Conn., when ATBioraoaoS
put him on bla teet, and sent him cheerfully
about bis busmeea. let him teUhUowa story:
" About three weeks ago I was takea
with a ne crick in th back. For font dare
Iwat unabla to turn In bed without betolS
whan lifted up could not stand on mrfaetl n
ramedleafaUad. In SO minutea aru taWntoe
flrttdoae I oould bear mj weight upon myW
In two days I wa able to get about and 'fimi
to bualncM. In two other oaaes wbicb have
coma to my knowledge tta use hat been atiacdat
with the same reaulu."
A poor man in Philadelphia had to bor
row a dollar to buy a bottle of AmorHoaoe.
On account ot his poverty his name shall remain
a secret. He bod suffered terribly trom Rhea
EutUam. Be gratefully writes:
I took my first dose Tuesday afternoon,
and on Wednradar. after but aoren doaaa, I had
not a sharp or severe ache left Then I redoosd
the doae one-half and took the remainder of tha
bottle. I tu able to be steady at work tUl Baa.
nrday, when I took a severe cold and was aa.
able to aa my left hand. I purchaeed another
bottle and by bed time I found relief. The
medicine la all you claim for It"
Investigate AnaopHOBOflall you please!
Find all the fault you choose with it ! and
yet the fact remains, that it ia doing what
io other medicine ever could do for Rheu
matism and Neuralgia,
If you oannotget ArBxoraoROs of your drn?
gist, we will send tt express paid, on receipt of
regular price-one dollar per bottle. We prefer
that you buy It from your druggist, but If be
nasnt It, do not be persuaded to try eomethiug
else, but order at once from na aa directed.
ITHLOPHORO! CO., 112 WILL ST., NEW MW.
Wlilliiitimmiis .........,, .......lr
The Emperor Louie Napoleon smoked
only tbo flneet cUnsrt the world oould pro
duce. Prof. Horef ord says the Emperor's
elrars were made specially for htm In Ha
rana from leaf tobaooo grown Is the Golden
Belt of North Carolina, thla being tbe flneet
leaf grown. Blackwell'a Bull Durham
Smoking- Tobaooo It made from the tame
leaf used In the Emperor't dgara, la abso
lutely pure and It unquestionably the bast
tobaooo ever offered.
Thackeray's Sifted daughter, Anne. In
her sketch of Alfred Tennyaon, In Harptt
MmuMf, telle of bar Tint to the great poet
Bbe found him tmoklnjr Blackwell't Bull
Durham Tobacco, sent him by Hon. James I
Bueaell Lowell, American Minister to the
Court ot Bt James.
In these day a of adulteration. It tt a com.
fort to amokert to anas, that tbe Bull Dur
ham brand ia absolutely pure, and made
from the beat tobacco the world produces.
Blackwell't Bull Durham Smoking To.
baooo la the earl and purest made. All
dealers hare it None genuine without
tht trade-mark of the Bull
0 c; o A
Manufacturer and Dealer In
6th Street., between Com'l Ave. aud Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMUJJITIOS.
Cafes Beoalred. All Kinds ot Keys Made.
las. n. smith.
lOBSKT A. SMTH.
Grand Central Store.
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Tke Begnlar Cairo & Paducah Daily
Str. GUS FOWLER.
HENRT K. TAYLOR, Waster.
OEOKQE JOBEs. Clerk.
Leaves Paducah for Cairo dallr fSnndaTt azcent.
ed) at 8 a. m., and Mound City at 1 p. m. Return
ing, leaves Cairo at 4 p.m. ; Mouml City at 5 p.m.
Nashville, Padaeali ft Cairo U. 8. Mail
For Paducah, Smlthland, DyersburK, Hddyvllle,
viinti, wnr, viaruTiue ana fiasnvuie,
B. S. RHEA.
Leaves every Monday morning at 10 o'clock a.i
TV. H. CHERRY.
WU. STRONG.... MttUr.
FELIX UBA8TY -..Clerk.
Leaves every Fr day mornlm at 10 o'clock, mak
Infehxe coonectloot at NathTllle with Us L. AS
K. R. R. aad N. A C. R. K. for all points aoatb.
with tbe Upper Cambrrlaod Packet Co., for all
potato for; the Upper Cumberland. For freifht or
Jatseae, apply on board or to W. F. Laabdla.