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She is over-worked, poor thing!
she determined to keep expenses
down, and do the workrhersel
Right nobly has she done it, but at
fs'l1 'terrible cost. The sparkle that was
J in her eye when she was a bride is' '
gone, r Her once plump and rosy ,
, cheeks are now hollow and color-,
I J less. ' She used to step lightly and '
gracefully, but now she drags one ;
fpot after the other with painful
' ' weariness. ' " ' s :
For the sake of the family she
does not mention her aching back,
her acutely - painful nerves, her'
. rheumatic twinges, her dyspeptic
irouwes, or, tne neavy weigni, sne
feels in her right side, that tells her
her liver is going wrong. She thinks
nobody knows about all that, and
she will suffer on in quiet and un
repining patience.' Alas ! her secret
is apopen one.for it tells itsown tale
I i Whisper this ia her ear, she ought'
to know it. Madam, Brown's Iron Bit
ters will lual your tack, (aim your nerves
kill your rhtumatiim, drive out your dyspep
sia, and correct your liver. Dollar a OOt
Ue. Nearest druggist. ia
' DOES '
If IDNEY DISEASES
Bttiui It acta 0 Us LIYkR, BOWELS ui
glPSEIg at the turn Um: ,
Bseanaa It c1 nanus the qntni of the poison,
en hninon that dsvelop In KlAnty and Url
T Mnw, BlUonsuee, Jaudloe, OotuUpa
Moo. PUas, or In &aumtuni. Neuralgia, Vs
vou Disorders and all Female Complaint.
ur solid ntoor or thih.
IT WXUt StTRXLT CURSJ
fly wring TOJtM ACTIOH of all Ui argB
. . mat fannttona, tharaby . ,
CLEANSING the BLOOD
isatottna; the normal power to throw off diss).
THOUSANDS Of OASIS I
of th wots forma of thea terrible dl i
bar bora quickly nllamd, and In abort Una
wet, tu tiqnj) 01 hi, solo at stxesun.
Dry oaa ba sent by Bail.
WXLZB, B.ICHAUDBON Co.. BurUncton, Tt
' ta4 Mua lor Duly Alnsnac (or ISM.
Thar who work early and late the rear round
bead, occasionally, the healthful atimnlai, tm
paired by a wbolaaona tonic Ilka ostetter
Stomach Bitters. To ell. It parity and efficiency
M a remedy snd preventive of disease commend tt.
It check! Incipient rbenmatiam and malarial
i ymploms, raltevss crnstipalioa, dyspepsia and
bllluusuess. arrets premature decay of tbe physi
cal energies, mitigates tbe Infirmities of age and
hastens convalescence. I
For sal by all druggist and dealera generally,
Who' want glossy, luxuriant
. and wary tresses of abundant,
beautiful II air must use
LION'S KATHAIRON. This
elegant, cheap article always
i males the Hair grow freelj
and fast, keeps it from falling
. out, arrests and cures gray-
3 ness, removes dandruif ana
Itching, makes the Hair
strong, giving it a curling
' tendency and keeping it in
any desired position. Beau
tiful, healthy Hair is the sure
result of using Kathakon.
Ibll porous plaster la
bsolately tin beat ever
aaada, aomblalnc tba
Ttrtae of bops with
Vina, balsams and ez-
araobv Its power Is wonderful In nmlnfr illnnesrawbiira
the plasters simply relieve. Criek In tba Back and
Keek, fain in the Side or Limbs, Stiff Joints and Muscles,
Kidney Troubles, Rheaniallm. Kenr&lirla. Hnra nheat.
aWaeUons of the Heart and Llrer, and all pains or ache
a tmj part cured imUntlj by tbe hop PiatUr, rw-Try
Mailed on receipt of price. Bold by
all dnuwists and country (torse.
Him IHnml fU. u
v. i noe at cents or Ore lor 8L0X
Proprietor., Boston, Mn'ri -
, aarraaannMi nation, loal of appetite andrilsoaaea of thai
aowels lake Hawley'sBtomach and Llrer Wlls. 5 eanta,1
THB HUMAM BODY KNLAROED. DKVEL-
OTEPf BTR KNOT H& N ED." Kte.. Is sn Intareetin;
quiries we will ss-y tnttnralsnoTidenoe of num
afa aMKUlOAI JO.. PUgeMO. n. I ,-lWWQ I'fWntf w.
' 1 ' IfN -L STOMACH -L. p
The DaUy Bulletin.
Another One About Arteiuua Ward.'
Dnrinsr the last three venra of Charlos
F. Browne'8 (Artumus Ward) residence
in Amorica, his mann;er was John r.
oraitn, and the other day chancing to
meet G. A. Ilmigli, Mr. Smith was re-'
nilnded of the following experience with1'
the great humorist:
In 1865 "ArU)nius" was lecturin&r at
Toronto and his next "stand" was De
troit. As they wore about to leave the
Dominion, "Artrmus" and his mana
ger thought it would be a pood plan to
stock themselves with articles of wear
ing apparel,. Accordingly Mr. Smith
bought lorty yards ol auk for a dress ,
for Eis wife and "Aileruus" got thirty
yards of English Multon for a suit of i
clothes, and after the purchase the
great auestion arose of how the
goods should be smuggled across the
"I'll tell you what to do," said
Browne to Smith; "stop off at Wind-,
sor and go to a hotel. Get a room and
going there take off your coat, vest
and ehlrt and wrap the silk about your
body, putting your clothes over it. Then '
ou can cross the river without inter-1
Mr. Smith thought the idea a good
one, and retaliated by suggesting to
'Artemus" that the Enefish Melton
might be wound on the roller with the
panorama canvas and thus escape de
tection. Both ideas were carried out,
except that when Mr. Smith coming
in advance of the humorist and his
panorama stepped ashore at the foot
of Woodward avenue ho was familiarly '
m . . I ..If v
greetou uy a siraner wuu, "now are
you, Smith? How's 'Artemus?'"
Thinking the gentleman was one to
whom ho had previously been intro
duced but whoso name he had forgot
ten, Mr. Smith responded cordially and
did not realize the fact that the strang
er was a customs ofhVer until, after in
quiring after his health, he said: "You
look dropsical; what ails you?" 1
"I am troubled with dyspepsia and
frar It may bring about dropsy," said
"I can cure dyspepsia or dropsy sim
ply by laying on of hands. Take off
your coat and lot me see," said the
stranger. Mr. Smith, determined to
play a bluff game to the last, . took off
.the coat and then bis vest; but when
the stranger said, "takeoff your shirt,
Mr. Smith asked, "Who told you I had
this 8i)k about me?" ,
The customs officer laughed as he
handed Mr. Smith a letter giving an
accurate description of that gentle
man's personal appearance and stating
that he had the siik wrapped about his
body, the signature to the letter 'being
Charles F, Browne "Artemus Ward. ,
Mr. Smith got even by exposing the
biding place of "Ward s" Melton, and
the result vas that while the agent's
silk went through free, "Artemuu was
obliged to pay a fine of f 50 for bis
cloth. Detroit Free Press.
Dressing a Man.
Talk about women taking time to
dress and the multiplicity and intrica
cies of their costuming! Whatever civ
ilization may have imposed upon them
it is but a shadow of the modern rami
fications of male attire. A Commercial
Oazetle reporter, whose cuticle absorb
ed the frigidity of a fourth-story back
during the recent cold snap, found that
his habilaments quite exhausted his
arithmetic as well as his patience. To
the chattering accompaniment of his .
teeth ho made the following calcula
tion: 2 socks, 1 drawers, 2 undershirts,
1 shirt, 2 sock supporters, and a chest -pad;
that completed shell No. 1. One
coat, 1 pair of pants, 1 vest, 1 collar, 1
cravat, 1 pair suspenders, 2 cuffs; shell
number two. One coat, 1 hat, 1 hand
kerchief; fractional part of shell num-'
ber three, 3 studs, 2 sleeve buttons, 4
collar and cuff small buttons. That
was the outfit, and it figured up thirty '
individual pieces of personal furniture, '
each necessitating a separate and dis
tinct manipulation. In this manipula
tion was embraced 61 buttonholes and
61 buttons, 4 spring catches and two
clasps; 57 ringer blistering big, big D,
incidents to his attire. Altogether SO
pieces of clothing and 67 incidental
manipulations, making a total of 97
separate attentions to which he had to
devota his time. . Give fifteen seconds
to each which is not more than a fair
average and there are twenty-four
minutes spent in covering the person
according to the conventional usage.
Add to this cravat tying, Bcarf pin In
sertion, fob chain adjustment, and ar
ranging the hair, washing, etc., and. to
dress a man occupies fully half of one
hour. Half an hour moans one forty
eighth, or over two per cent of his life
spent in covering his nakedness. When
Adam's nakedness was discovered to
that unfortunate individual a curse was
imposed upon him far in excess of the
loss of the Garden of Eden. Pittsburg
Chihuahua Is Innocent of sidewalks.
Mud is scarcely known, as rain falls
only sufficiently to moisten the ground,
except In the' month of June, when, as
if to make up for Its feebleness at other
times, it almost deluges the town, fall
ing to the depth of thirteen or fourteen
inches. It rushes down the mountains
in a torrent, floating off carts, barrels,
chairs and chicken-coops, if the latter
are sufficiently modern to be made of
wood. The coops are usually made of
mud and stone, hastily thrown to
gether. ' '
. The Mexican women are wonderfully
graceful, This Is, partly due to the
manner of parrying baskets or bundles,
begun In early childhood. I watched a
Mexican girl carry an immense basket
of clothes home to bo laundried. : First
the selected from the basket a towel,
- and twisting it tightly wound it round
and round until tho circumference was
' the size of her head, on which she!
placed it; then, helped by a companion,
she lifted the basket, weighing at least
thirty pounds, on top of the roll. She
' balanced it. by touching It lightly, first
' with one hand and then the other. Af
ter she had gone a short distance she
folded her hands in her shawl walking
with the greatest ease and uncon
sciousness. She looked back smilingly
at me, showing her pretty white teeth,
still amused at senora, who thought
her task difficult. Wheeling Register.
0AIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY -18, J 1884.
1';-L" ' ' ' .' i" li f " 1 J
W, F. LakBDiX. river sailor ol fan BuLtBTiW
and steamboat psnenifer agent. ' Orders for all
kind of steamboat Job prlntluj solicited. Office
at Bower's Karooeaa Bote). So. 71 Ohio letee.
. BTAwBS Or THK RIVKB. " '
The river narked by the gauge at this
port' at 0 p. m. 46 feet 0 inches and ris-
iBgat ;:i,l.i7'l t ii -j. .i!i hi .1 .1 j ''
Chattanooga, Feb. 11. River i5 feet 10
nches.aqd riling. , i ri ,
Cincinnati, Feb. 11. River 00 feet 4
hchet and rising." - Mh
u. JuiavillW(Feb. ll. River 41 feet
l jnche and rising. .,. ,; ,! .) ! '
KutrfilLe,Feb. 11. River 40 feet 7 inch
es and falling. ' "
" Pittsburg, Feb. 11. River 18 feet 5 Inch-
1 .... I a t- . . - , .. . 1 . .
6i and falling, , . . , .
8t Louis, Feb 11. River 10 feet 10 inch
es and falling. i. ,
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RIVKB ITEMS. , ,
uThe Paris C. Brown from New Orleans
arrived at 11 o'clock i Sunday night. Sho
had a nice trip of freight and people, and
departed for Cincinnati at midnight.
The B. 8. Rhea from Nashville arrived
here Sunday 'night at 7:30.' She dis
charged about 100 tons of iron and about
20 passengers, most of them tcok the Iron
Meuntain road for Arkansas and Texas.
' The weather is outrageously disagreeable
and we hope the city council will take ac
tion on it to-night by declaring it a nuis
ance and expel it from the city limits at
The Hudson leaves St. Louis to-morrow
evening for Cairo, Paducah and Shawnee
town.. Tbe Henry A. Tyler arrived here yester
day morning. She reports having done a
big bBBiness on htr up and down trip to
Memphis.' She laft for Paducah yesterday
The Ella Kimbrough from Memphis yes
terday morning at i o'clock. She had a
good trip ef freight and ' people and was
busy the round trip. , , Capt. Lem
Hill says he will pull out this evening on
his return trip to Memphis, weather per
mitting oi more plainly speaking fog.
BUI Cooper, the bar-tender on the Andy
Baum, has got himself in "hockitty," and
if reports be true be stands a good chance
for i life term In prison or the gallows.
He get inte an altercation with a passenger
on board the steamer shortly after she left
Aurora, Indn for Cincinnati, and all for
the small sum of twenty cents. He struck
the man on tbe head several times with a
heavy padlock, which fractured the skull
in several places, besides there were two
stabs in the back which appeared to have
been done with an ice pick. ' Cooper was
arrested and is now in jail at Cincinnati.
As the waters are slowly and gradually
rising, the prospects of a flood is becoming
hourly more freely discussed and it's al
most the universal theme ot conversation on
the streets. The greeting is: "Well, what
do you think the chances are for an over
flow, etc., etc t
: The Thoe. Sherlock is the next big "O"
liner due from the South fer Cincinnati.
Look out for her Wednesday evening.
Steamboating at Cincinnati is a thing of
the past', but we hope in ' the near future
that i we may be enabled to announce a
fleet of them leaving there at once.
The Gus Fowler bad a trip yesterday but
owing to the unrivalled stock of fog on
hand yesterday and last . night. She had
not got off when our river column closed.
' The Centennial frem St. Louis occupies
a place in the Anchor Line and will fill it
to-day by reporting here for New Orleans.
' The Golden Rule was not detained but
a short time at Port Pleasant. She was
not as badly stuck on Point Pleasant as re
ported. She passed Memphis Saturday
night all O.K. for New Orleans.
, The Wyoming is claimed by the Will S.
Hays as the Jersey Lily. All right, Will,
we are willing, so we announce her as due
here to-day tor New Orleans See W. F.
Lambdin, passenger agent and get your
tickets, or apply on board.
Mrs. Toung, wife of John Toung, pilot
of the Duncan, came up from Hickman on
the Kimbrough on a short visit to her hus
.' Mrs. Ella Kimbrough, wife of Capt. Tom
Kimbrough, made a trip to Memphis last
week on their packet.' We regret to state
that sha was quite sick on her arrival here
Sunday night, but is now enjoying her
The Jas. W. Gaff, which was due here
Sunday night, having 1 been detained by
fog will not report here for Cincinnati until
10 o'clock this morning. See W. F. Lamb
din, passenger agent and get your tickets.
' The Paducah people are somewhat agi
tated over the water question and are hold
ing relief meetings preparatory to the dis
tress they anticipate, will be caused by tbe
,' The ferry-boat Three States is still en
gaged in bringing corn from the flooded
districts to Cairo. Cairo's record as a place
of security against high water will be per
manently established if she comes out all
right this time. ;
' The City of Vicksburg from St. Louis
passed down for Vicksburg Sunday even-
; Many distressing accounts ef the flood
throughout ' Ihe Ohio ', valley Is reported
through tbe pre. Among tbe various
items relating to the flood we noticed one
yesterday ' which was' particularly sadj
Four young ladies who lived in the vicini
ty of Wheeling, Vs., were set afloat by
some means and all that was left , to . trace
their fate wis a bottle with small strip of
paier tied round the neck of the bottle anc
wittcn on the strip weret he words, "fare
well friends." , ' . : i ' 4
Rheumatism is the most subtle and ex
cruciating d issue flih ia heir to. i Neu
ralgia, sharper and more emtio, Is as
much of an enigma. Science has proved
very noncommittal when aksd to reveal a
pacific for them. But at last she has con
sented, Athloph'iros is the touchstone she
has provided. II. 8. Chandler, of The In
dependent, New York, says that "ene bot
tle ot Athlophoros entirely cured him of
Rheumatism, from which he had suffered
for a year and a halt.''
136 & 138 Com'l Are.
hare received a" fall and complete line
ot new Fall and Winter
i DRESS GOODS,
Cloak's, Dolmans, Notions, Etc.
A heivj stock of Body Brussels, Tapei
tries and Ingrain
A full stock or Oil Cloths, all sizes and prices.
Cleihing & Gents' Furnish'? Goods
A fall and complete atock la now oetnjj
closed oat at great bargains. .
All Ooode at Bottom Frioee!
"CITY GUN STORE"
Oldest In the city; established in 1862
Com'l Are., between th and loth Sta,
MANUFACTURER A DEALER IN ALU KINDS
Ammunition of all description always oa handal
General repairing in all kinds of metals j Keys
fall descriptions made to order, and satisfaction
warranted. Give me a call, and be - convinced for
vourseir, at tne s gn of tbi ' tsm liuw. ,
JOHN A. KOEHLER,
6m Proprietor, Cairo, I1L
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. '
i-Bin .'-! j
FLOUR, GBAIN AND HAT
liffhest Cash Price Paid for Wheat
The experience in the treatment of Cancer with
Swift' Specific (S. S. S.) would seem to warrant n
in savins that it will cure this much dreaded
scourge. Person eo afflicted are Invited to cor
respond with us.
I believe Swift' Specific ha saved my life. I
bad virtually lost use of I he npper part of my bedy
and my arms from the poisonous effects of a large
cancer on my neck, from which 1 bad suffered
for to year. 8. 8. S. ba relieved me of all sore
ness, and the poison Is being forced out of my sys
tem. I will goon be well. W. R Bobison,
Two months ago my attention was called to tba
case of a woman afflicted with a cancer on her
haulder at least 5 inches in circumference, angry,
painful, and giving the patient no rest day or
night for 6 months. I obtained a supply of Swift's
Speclfh for her. She ha taken 5 bottles, and the
nicer 1 entirely healed up, only a very small scab
remaining, and her heal.h Is better than for 5 year
past; seems to be perfectly cured.
Kbv. Jbssk H. CaxFBBU., Columbus, Ga.
I have aeen remarkable results from ase oi
Swift's Specific on a cancer. A young man near
here ha been afflicted five years with the moat
anarv looking eating cancer I ever saw, and was
nearly dead. The first battle made a wonderful
change, and after five bottles were taken, ha 1
nearly or quite well. It ia trulv wonderful.
M. F. Cruxlzy, M. D., Oglethorpe, Oa.
UNDER LIP AND INSIDE OF CHEEK EATEN
... AWAY BY CANCER.
My father had an eating cancer for several years,
which had eaten away his under lip and the Inside
of his cheek, down to tltu bottom of bis gums.
We got some of swift's Specific and gave him, and
tbe effect ha been wonderful almost miraculous.
The sore are all healed, and he is perfectly well.
Every one hern said It Is only a question of time
about hi death, : d his cure ba created the great
est excitement In this part of the country. I hope
yon will publish about my father's care, and send
me some circular to give to mv friend sad tha
afflicted. Wm. B. Latubop.
Bouth Kaitoa, Mass., Jan. 7, 1884.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
free to applicant.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
Drawer S, Atlanta, Ge. t
N. T. Office, 109 W.Md St., Jbatwsen Sixth and
Seventh avenues. 1 '
ma tvuin at vatatat . ymm-
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palalessly. Wok tHUawvuUa, au4 i I""
tsilnnit inwlknil Dep. and fall amrlpttoa m v
Q.EORGE O. LEACH, M.p. . "
PHYSICIAN & SURGfKON.
Special attention nald ti thai TfnmsaAmatlilaii tMaifc.
'f'kiL,l"'tl01 uei a&d diseases of women
and children. ' J .. T
OFFICE-). 'Mt -street, oppoait tk Fost-
office, Cairo, 111.
DR. J. E. STRONG, '
'ti'-'i :!.! h t -V ''.I i -
129 Commercial Ave.; Cairo, 111.
VAFOtt, ELECTRO-VAPOR xd 'MEDICATED
" BATHS '1 ' I
.-,' i f r. administered dally, ),: - : ; l i
A lady In attendance. . , . , ,
CONSULTATION TREE.) ;
R. W. C. JCCBLYN;
OFflCE-SIghta Street, near Corns arela!
J)R. E ,W. WHITLOCK, ,. i
OtrooB No. 136 Commercial Avenne. between
Cekrtaad Nluth Street t : n. i I
rpHE CITY NATIONAL BANK, j
Of Cairo, Illinois, j
; ' 71 OHIO LEVEE. '
CAPITAL,, ' 8100.000!
A General Bankittf , Businws
NTERPRI3E SAVING BANK.
; , . Of Cain, m .. J
EXCLUSIYELY A SAVINGS RANK.
.j ; . .... TreMurer.
asxsassat a )
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
' i Offloeraj? 1 i :
F. BROSS, President. I P. NEFF, VlcePres'nt
11. WELLS, Cashier. T. J. Kerth, Ass't caah
Direotra: j i
...Cairo I William Klatt. .Cairo
Peter Neff. William Wol
CM Osterloh . ...... " C. O . Patler
B. A. Bader " I H. Wells
J. Y. Clemson, Csledoala.;
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE. '
Exchanne eold and bought. Interest 1 nald U
the Havings Department. Uollectlona, made aad
all business promptly attended to. ,
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Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, Under, tbe
Law of 1883.
Successor to Widow and Orphan Mutual Aid So
ciety, organized July 4th, 1877, under
the law of 1873.
JOHN H. ROBINSON.
WM. STRATt -N
J. A. GOLDSTINE
C. W. DUNNING
... Hecre tary
BOARD OP DIRECTORS fob 1st YEAR,
Wm. Stratton, Btrstton A Bird, troMra, Calm, 111.,
j, a. boldstlue, ofUoldstlne A Rosenwater, whole
sale and retml dry goodiO. W. Dnnning.M. D.
Pres. lid. Med Ex., for Pensions; Albert Lewis,
commission merchant: J. II. RobinMa, county
lodge snrt notary public; Wm. F. Pitcher, com.
broker and Insurance agent; H.i H. Bslrd, oln
sueet supervisor; M. Phillip, Carpenter and build
er: Tbomaa Lewis, attorney and secretary! ' B?V.
Pierce, attorney at-law. DuQaol Ul,iE. 0n Pace
cashier of Centennial Bank, Ashley. Ill, t Albert
Haydeh, cashier of Qaorg Connelly esCo,. Nprtag
field. 11 t B. M Hunn. attorney-at-law, its Baa
dolph st rest, Chicago; Hon. Bobt. A. Hakaer, at
lorneyat law, Charleston, Mo.t H. Lslghtoa,
cashier First National Bank, Stnart, Iowa.
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tta ..ml-,., e.n.i; THE
Shortest and Quickest Route
St Jiouis and CWcago.
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t The Onlv Line Running
O DAILY TRAINS
O . From Cairo,
Making Direct Couneotioh
: EASTERN LINES.
riuias Liti Caiao:
3;OSa m. Ma.il,
irrtTincln St. Louis 1:46 a.m.: Chicago, I :a0p.aa.
Connecting at Odin and Effingham for Cuida
nati, Lomavllle, Indianapolis aad points But.
12 25 p. m. Fast Bt. Ixni and
arriving in St. Lonla 6:45 p. m., and connecting
for all point West. ,
3:4S pan. Fact IBxpreM.
For St. Louis and Chicago, arriving at St. Louis
10: p.m., and Chicago 70 a.m.
3:45 p.m. Cincinnati Kxpreaw.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.j LouisTllle SiBS
a.m.: IndlanapoUa 4:06 a.m. Passengers
this train reach tha above points 18 to 33
BUUKS in advance oi any other route.
PTTheS:M p. m. express has PULLMAH
SLKEPIHO CAB Cairo to Cincinnati, without
changes, and through sleepers to St. Louis and
' Fast Time East.
Pd aaan rrava 7 tn,i ,Ine E through to East.
I ttBSCIJUClTj .rn nolnta without anv dale
caused bv Bandar intervening. The Satardav after-
soon wain rrom Cairo arrives in new York Monday
nornlug at 10:85, Thlrty-slx hoar la advance 04
bt omer route, ,, i , : - ,
ay For through ticket and farther Information,
apply at IIUboU Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
. u. jujmkb, Ticket Agent.
A. H. HANSON. Gen. Paaa. Aaent. Chleaco
R R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
Tra.na Depart. , Train Arrlva.
c. ST. L. n. o. B. b. (Jackson route).
tKxpress. ...... 10:80a.m.
ST. L. 0. K. B.
Express ....,. :00 m.
Aecom. ....... 126 p.m.
ax press i:isa.a.
Accom,.... IrOO p.m.
ST. I. I. M. B. B.
tBxpre...... 10 :80p.m. tEipris...:80 p.aa.
W- ST. L. P. B. B.
Mafl A Ex.4:noa.m, I Mail A Bx....S0p.m.
Accom 4:00 n.m. I 'Accom ....10:a0a.m.
Freight.-.? :45 a.m. Freight 8:4S p.m.
MOBILE OHIO B. B.
Mall .. 5:Ua.m. I Mall... ..t :10 p.m.
Dally except Sunday, t Dallv. r
DEPARTURE 09 MAILS.
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9 p. as.
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9 p. m
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8 a. m.
4 p. m.
" (way mail)-. 4 JO p.m.
" (Southern Div 5 D. m.
Iron Mountain R. B. ,.S:3bp.m, I
wauasn n. tu..M.Hii,m. ,.iu p. m.
Taxa A Bt, Loal R. R T p. m.
St. Loata A Cairo R. R 5 p. m.
onio Klvr-M P. m. I
Mis River arrive Wed.. Sat. A Mon.
' u depart Wed., Fit. A Sun.
PO.gen. del. op,'n from... ....7:80am to7:30 pm
P.O. box del. open from (a. m. to 9s. aa.
Bandaya gen. del. open from.. ..8a. m, to 10 a. sa.
andava nox del. open from. ...8. m. to 10:90 ana
tyNOTE. Changes will be published from
time to time In city paper. Change your card aa
eordlngly. . WM. M. MURPHY. P. M,
" ' ' AB80IUTXLY CTOSB
. WHOOPING COUGH.
It Is a harmless vegetable syrup, very delicious to
the taste. Relieves at once ana is a positive cure,
WINTER and BRONCHIAL COUCH
are cured by this excellent remedy.
; DirtoMom in lt lanfga aorompony may botlU.
ABSOLUTELY CTTBEB "
' ALL DIBRA8B8 OF THE BLOOD, 8T0MACH,
Liver, Bowels and Kidneys: for all diseases orlKin-
"atlnaln Impairment of the blood, as Anemia, dick
Headachs, Nervousness, Female Vt eaknwws, Liver
Complaint, Ovspemla, Jaundlos, BIllousaeM and
Kidney Diseases, this medicine Is sbsolutely sure.
' This median dues not oontain any mineral, Is ab
solutely vegetable, restores the blood to a healthy
y condition, regulating excesses and supplying ds
flclencles, and prevents disease.
VtnetUm in ton longuapci accompany stery battli.
PAPILLON MFC. CO., CHICAQO
' , JOB SALI BT ALL DBUOOISTS.
For Sale bv
PAUL G. SCHUH,
Special Aets. in this citv.
A Practical Telephone for Social and
Business Purposes, Uneqnaled for
Private and Public Lines.
Sold Outright for 88-OO. No B3x
, orbitant -Kent.
They are In every wav far superior to th many
Amateur Mechanical Tsrephonea now, being sola
throughout tbe country. They arc the onlv tele
phones having an Aatoinatto Line Wire Tlghtnar
and thsv are the only Telephones that are pro
tected by an Outdoor Lightning Arrester. AU
sounds are delivered In clear and natural tnnaa.
They are the neatest, most durable and reqalra leas
attention aad repair than anv other Telephone
made. Send lor onr Illustrated circular Agents
wanted. . THK U. S. i ELS PHONE COT,
. Maauf actum,
- No. 49 A 51 West Bt., Madison Ind.
P. O, Box 28, Ssn
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'8 PATENT
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Wholesale IJealer in loo.
ICE BT THE CAR LOAD OR T0N,WELX
: . PACKED FOR 8HIPPIMO
Oar Loads a Specialty,
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Cor.Twelfth Street and Leyee,