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I'HIl DAILY UAliK) HULLKTIN: TUESDAY MO R MING APRIL 22, 1884.
fifliit i .in? tfJ-ft Try -I
For the Cure of Coughs, Colds,d
Hoarseness, Ilrnnchitis.Croup, Influ-H
enza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, Ins
apiem wnsumiAion aim mr tr.c re-g
litfofconSMiint ivp fiPrsfiiis in .irlv.m-Q
ced stages of tlic Disease. 1-
by all Druggists,- l'rite, 2
X- JEfV IT'1"",
9 DO AS OTHERS
o&crut4 5" HAVE DONE.
Are your Kidneys disordered?
"Kldiw-y W .rt kiciiiKl't u: tr m niv irraie. ait
T.-,ftr 1 hvl iti nlvtn oi t,r U l,t ij.-t- r in
Dvirvll." 3L V. .;ruut, Mechanic, i'jttia, Mich.
Are your nerves weak?
"Klln.-y Wort iir-f ('-(III m rv. '.,
-..rt. r 1 ww ti-.i -K- t.-l i., iv-.---Mrt, M. II. it.
'joodwin, LU. t'Arntiuii J.nitor CleVelaw'l, 'J.
Have you Eright's Disease?!
"Kidney Wot i -ir. I i.i' h-n my v.st a jual I
IUQ CbJUK Uj IUW1 IUO III"- -l." A
I'lutik Wliaull, PcBlKKlflluU.
Sufferincr from Diabetes?
"Kjdn.y-Wort t tn n.i..i mi'. .( ,1 remedy I have
ever uaecL Give, alum-it iniiji-:i-it- relief."
lit. riu.lipC. Uu, Mvaklon, Vt.
Have von Liver Corrmlaint?
"Kidney-Wort cured huo cf chronic Liwr liewua I
aiwr ijirnvivi r aie, -
Hciiry Ward, late fNJ. lh Nat. Guard, N. T.
Is your Back lamo and aching?
"k.dB-f -Wort. (1 UitlJ.O oUred loo LtD 1 fctMO
ism, i mui tu tua out or
0. 1L TIiiiu,j,-', lL'.wauk.., Wli.
Have you Kidney Disease?
Kldn.-y-..rt m-vle mo 'uj. , jnlh-. rai.d koin.-v:,
fter Team f ntislK-r-,ful e !-i 1 1 1 iT. It, worth
(10 a box." 8aiu I llc-Lw, Wiluajiui.jn, West Va.
Aro you Constipated?
TCIdlM-Y-Wnrt ..-r n ..i.t ul.dCUri'd
me after 1ft car. u . f uite r in- In i-" "
TIavo you Malaria?
"K!'lr v -.'.ti ii ri- l ;: r t. -n any other
rcm-dy ( fcave e.-r 'I !-i ' j-r..-i-
I i. Ii. K. cU.-ii.tr.ui&Ueto.M.
Are you Bilious?
KldriT v. . rt h it d n-n.o i-t if A tl.a- any
otlii-r iniuJ) 1 l.v.- i v. r laii- n."
lira, J. I. (,aUua,Ellc FM, On."ja.
Are you tormented with Piles?
"Kulm V Worl lrmarnUu eurl mv "f LlwllliK
ptl. It. W. r. K"l.iii' r-- .m-rw-ml. -I It torn."
Uvu, 11. 11 unit, Laipr II. H&itK, M yer(.,wu, I'a.
Are you Rheumatism racked?
"K idjx y Wnrt rut-l m, all. r I viv. u up ty
die br I'liTawiaiKaiKl 1 I. -1 n-1 thirl vcar.."
UbriUa-e 4U.culin, V. t.i VuXh, lLunu.
Ladies, are you suffering?
"Kidw yVVi.rt rtirtd nip tf fi,'iliJU' trn.ul. of
wveraiTca.rafltAri'liii..'. Wany f.-iii'! u-cn'l T'ra'
It." lira. U. Uiri'inaui, Uc La Uutu, t.
If you would Banish Disease
i and gain tieaun. iaKO
The kldnevd net ax juriSfrK of t! lilo&il, and
wben their fiinetiun a.e iiiti rfend wiili IliMiie i
wcaUne-H. ti-y tied tonir.ir. Thi y iM-rnmt' h- alih
fully active by the uae of lloputur ' S:ommli
llitte's, hin fnl tintr hnrt f relit ! Irom other
fourcm Thin miperh timul..liiitf tonic l-o pre
vent" and itrret fevr and aeue, cormtipatinn,
liver io:np niut. dy'pepi'ia, rhetimatium and other
oiitncniB. IVe It ih reiiiilnrit --.
For tale 1) all ilru uictu und dealers u'eiierally.
This poroui planter la
atisolately I'm btti tret
nude, curuuiuiiiil tho
virtue of hoi with
brumii. bal.iamj and tx-
traeta, lta jower b wonderful in curlnij disea.ie whera
nther plasters alinply n Hi re. Crick lu tho lla'lc and
Nili, Pain in the bide or Limbs, Still Joints and UuKclei,
Kidney Troubles, Kheiiruatusin, Nourai-ia, Hro Chest,
affections of the Heart and Liver, andoll pains or achea
In any part cured liutant ly by t ho Hop flatter, t IT Try
it. I'rieeii cents or ino lor ti uo.
Moll. don reccit.tof prleo. Bolil by
all drtl-n;it and cuantry atores,
J. p 1'l.ulft- C'mijiaii'i,
rroprii'tors, Huston, Mass.
iyt'urcon-tLitnn, Itinaof aiix't.r ainli:i.n-a.-m)f Hi
tK.wol?" takf IlnwIoT'fi SMmfir! find Mvrr t" cont.
85 S. Clark St., Opp. Court House, CHICAGO.
Areiriilarorradiiata. -Thc Olde.t Ni.rclnlUt
In the I'nitail Stales, wh.wo l.U'i: i.nMt i.m i uii.m t,
parfect im tliod and pure niedivine iiiMir.i bi kkiiv
end milMASKNT ci'HM of all l'nvat". ( hrnnic nud
Nervous littenHeR. Atfertiotmof tho Jtlo.id, hkln,
KldHeya. llludder, I'.rni.tloiia, I leee, l.l
Mnrra, ISwellliitf .iftlio liiiil, iri- Mnulli.
'l'brout. Hone 1'iiliia. ti.irninnuully cured and
radiuatud from ttia 8) .teui lur life,
f J P nun 1 1 C J"".'. Impolftirit.Snn Inat
Ilk III UU W 1mm, Six mil liicay, Mvnlul
and l'hislcal Wrttknrs, railing JUrmnru,
Weak rijci, Sluntnl lhwIopmvHt, impnii
tnentl to Mnrrltuje, dr., from fcrrcswii or any
cause, Kjrctli:l, safely and prlvali lu t'nrnf.
Young. Mli1ilh-.eil and Mil m-n, and all
who need nud.eal aklll and eifi-li-iici',cnnult
Dr. lloifl at once. II H opinion oom s nothniK and may
aave futnro misery and ahamo. When Ineonvenient
tOTlnll tho city fur treatment, medicine can he sent
even-where l.y mail or ettir. os I'ree Irom obei--vullon.
t f 1 1 is self-evident Unit a pliyician who
gives Ina wholo a'lentli.n to a class of diseases nt
fttlna (rreut ak.HI, and physicians I nroiiuhmit tlio
country, knowi'i-r this, frequently recommend dilni'iilt
asea to the Oldest Niipeluilal, by whom every
kntiwn (roo.l remr.lv is used. .r-lr. Ilatfl a
Ae and Kxporli-m-u ninlci h;s np nien of u
preme luiltorlMiiee. tj Thoso who call sea no
one hut the ll'Wler. t onsnlta'i.ms free and aurwdly
ConQdentlal. I 'uses which have fulled in ohiainiiiK
Teliel elsewliore. rspeejnlly solicited. Keinnlo lis
atol treated, fall nr write. Jlonrs. from to 4
at to H (iaiidaya. 1W to 14. CiUiuK lo liUALIU
t IMJ lilts. Addru(liiab"ve. .;.
or Sale i
emu u a b rf p-s a
T'uo Jog Di-ndy Emerycncy Club
Tjkon by Storm by a
Sha Doaouncc3 Jaraea IHpith, Patrick
Ford and the "Irish World" in
Charging Them With the Blood of O'Don
nell for Withholding the Money
Raised for Hi3 Defense.
New Youk, April 21. Tlio Joe T-rady
Eiiicryi'iicy Cluh was groutly surprised
last ivejiiug hy the appearance of two
ladies at the iiieeUnj;. Tlit ir surprise be
t aino d!sin:ty when ono of thetn, Mrs.
JJuwles, tok tliu lloor aud btgau to de
nounce Patrick Fordjind James Kcdpath.
She Niild that Ucdpath liad addressed a
iiicttln of the Ladies' Land League, and
h id condemned every one who w as not a
rarnellite. Slto had sent him au Invita
tion to utter his MMitiincnts before the
Kniergcncy Club, whieli Le was afraid to
accept. "Mr. K.-dpath," bhasai.l, "hasuot
only insulted incbut the entire Irisli race.
Kcdpath must be considerud henceforth
us a coward. He has been adopted as a
brother by the La lies' League, but (Jod
Mive us from such a relative. I want to
have the cm; rvncy lund transferred from
the Irith W,rUl to some other paper.
.Since Patrick l ord had the audacity to
hold back the il.-finse lor o'Donnell until
the man vas h inged, he has no riht to
be i nt r nt- t with any more funds. On
w ho-e authority did lie dare to keep back
tlme funds while there was a chance for
i I'liiiiuii'll? 1 believe that money to be
the price of blood, and auy one who
touches a penny of it will be cursed fur
ail tiie days (d his life."
.Mrs. ISowlc.s thoroughly ventilated her
opinions. She did not deny but that the
Land League was well in its way, but the
"rand movement was the dynamite sys
tem. She said there would come a day of
atonement for IJiiet n Victoria, and that If
she (.Mrs. Howies; ever had it iu her pow
er, SDK Wnl'l) AVKMiK
the death of lirady and O'lJoimell. Mr.
Arthur Knrrcti-r, a son of the Irish poet-t.-s,
Klien l'orrc-st -r, und at present con
nected with the Irish World, made a cut
ting reply to Mrs. Jiowles. He said her
remarks should not be heeded. They
were wild, romantic and absurd.
Such sentimental Uotious should
not govern the meetinu;. He also
saiil that the only method of
advancing the Irih cause was by tlruiyliiy
Knland down to Hie weakness of Ireland.
Sheinutbf; weakened In every point
where .she is strong. "We must make
the meteor tlaa of England something
equivalent to tin; yellow flag that bears
the vi llmv tiag in its wake."
Mr. T. Shellan related to the meeting
the details nf an imprisonment to which
he was subjected on a visit to Ireland
which lasted lor two years, on no grounds
whatever. Addresses were made by Jer
emiah McKenua, of l'atersou, Thos.
Daunlu rty and liichard Murphy. The
CLairman was Patrick Keating, an ollkei
of the Cian na (iad.
THE rol'K'S J!L I.L.
Ha Advises the Violation of Oaths of
Secrecy, Which May Prove
Hai.timoke, Mo., April 1 Archbishop
(iibbons has returned to the city. IIu
s.iys Pope Leo's encyclical letter refers
more particularly to the great secret social
orders than it does to the revolutionary
societies. The latter are considered as
the outgrowth of the former in
the United States. The letter
is mainly directed against Ma
sonry, which Is bitterly denounced and ac
cused of all manner of sacrileges. Tho
letter, he savs, advises theUishops to use
all their influence, by pastoral letters, etc.,
to unmask secret societies, expose their
secrets, actions, ritual, etc., by any means,
to public ridicule; ur'e the formation of
Catholic societies; pay strict attention to
the education of youths, and iustll Into
their minds an abhorence of all secret
societies outride the pale of the church.
All communion must be withheld from
those who refuse to comply with such
instructions. This, of course, lucludes
all secret political societies.
Much indignation is expressed among
Masons at the avowal that a Mason has
exposed the secrets of the order to the
Vatican. A prominent Mason says that
a public denial will likely be made of that
statement, most likely by either the Grand
Orient of I ranee or Italy.
rnoviNU ax alibi.
A Villa ere Blacksmith Vouches for Frank
James-Who Will Vouch for the
Village Blacksmith P
Hc.vrsvn.LK., Ai.a., April il. In the
Frank James case the prosecution closed
its evidence ou Saturday with the exami
nation of Alfred Hill and Hugh Kcllly.
The former entertained three men at his
house, twelve miles from Mussel Shoals,
the night before the robbery, one of whom
he described as Frank James appears ou
trial, except for a beard, which James
does not now wear. Heilly also gives a
similar description of the men who took
a drink at his saloou near Mussel Shoals
the day the robbery was committed.
Sam Fields, city detective of Nashville,
Tenn., testilled for the defense. He knew
Frank James well In Nashville from 187'J
to lshl as 11. J. Woodson. There was nota
particle of doubt that James and Woodson
was one man. Woodson was engaged
In hauling for the Indiana Lumber Com
pany, at which work Fields saw him
every day for a week or two, sometimes,
however, not seeing him at allfora week.
On March 11, 1881, he saw and talked
with James at Taylor's blacksmith shop
In Nashville. This was the day of the
robbery. He also saw and talked with
James ut tho same shop March 12 and in
tho olllce of J. 11. Hrown, magistrate, lie
was positive as to the dates from subse
quent examination of Brown's docket and
Taylor's books for March II, James hav
ing had a sorrel horse shod at Taylor's
shop. The horse ridden by the rubber,
supposed to lie James, was sorrel with
roan markings, as was the one stated by
Liddll to have carried James from Nash
ville, March 0 Fluids did not see Jamef
at Nashville again u'ltll after March 12.
Jouas Taylor, blucksuiltli, corroborated
Fields an to meeting J unns In his shop
He llxed the dates by references to his
ledger, lie was on intimate terms with
Frank James or Woodson for several
years j also knew Jesse as J. 1). Howard.
Frank was Ilrst a fanner and then a wag
oner at a lumber mill. Tho horse shod
for Frank on Man h 11 was well known
to him; often shod him. James ran him
races; he had uo roan markings what
ever. Saw Kr.inW lint imrn nfh r the 12th.
on w hich day their accounts were settled,
und that was when Frank came, about a
ween alter, to say good-by, saying ne
was going to Florida.
The nroMcecutlmi i.nilenvnreil toshowthat
the entries in Taylor's ledger were false and
proiiuceil the book, many pages 01 wnicn
were blotted with large Ink marks, par
ticularly tlio account with James, most of
the items (if uhieti veers, enlereil In 11 dlff-
erent h pdwrltiiig than those of March
nth and 12th, which Taylor stated ne
entered himself. The Ink marks he ex
plained by saying that he broke an Ink
bottle over them in removing the desk out
of a lire. Faith In his books and testi
mony was much weakened by the cross-
COMMITTKI) FOlt TUIAL.
Tardy Justioe Awaiting- Three Kansas
Lkavknwoktii, Kkh., April 21. A man
named Crown arrested in Missouri, and
Mose Chambers aud Robert Davis had a
preliminary examination hero on Satur
day, charged with the murder of John
Heigel, February 2, 18S3, and were
bound over to await formal action of the
The wife of the murdered man found
the body of her husoaud lying across &
barrel In his store room, with his head
almost severed from the body, about ten
o'clock at night, and the money drawer
robbed. For the time no clew could be
obtained and the murder had well nigh
passed from mind, when James Hunt
serving a sentence in the Leavenworth
Jail for larceny formed the acquaintance
of Chambers and ltoberts and procured
from them the secret of their crime, and
that they had a partner In the affair
named I'rown, who was subsequently ar
rested. Public indignation runs high aud
there la strong talk of lynching.
The Manufacture Will Continue In Spite
of the Break.
Pkoiua, III., April 21. The Associated
Press di.-f atch sent out from Peoria to the
effect that the distillers here would shut
down to-day Is not warranted by the
facts. Several thousand head of cattle
are being fed here, and the manufacture
would be continued, even If vftiisky
should not bring more than the Govern
ment tax. A number of tho lead
ing distillers started for Cin
cinnati this morning. They ex
press confidence that the Cincinnati
break can be satisfactorily arranged, but
this opinion is not entertained by other
business men here, who believeethat tho
time for the pool to go to pieces has ar
rived. Prominent d'rstillersfearthatevsn
were the present breach healed, It would
be impossible to sustain the market ow
ing to the lack of confidence which pre
vails and must continue for some time.
The action of the KxecutlveComuiittee of
the Western Export Association at Cin
cinnati is looked forward to with consid
erable anxiety, as it is believed the con
tinuance of the pool hinges upon that
Meeting1 at Cincinnati.
Cincinn ati, April 21. The whisky men
held a meeting in the Burnett House this
morning, but no action was had respect
ing the brokeii pool. Everything Is quiet
on 'Change. There were no sales of
whisky. Another meeting will be held
at 2:o0 to-day, when it is thought the
breach will be healed.
Nothing; to Say.
Nkw Yohk, April 21. General Adam
Hadeau, who recently resigned tltc Consul-Generalship
at Havana, arrived in this
city this morning. When asked the cause
of his resignation he replied that he was
not at liberty to say anything on the sub
ject at present. His attention was called
to intimations, made principally by the
Madrid press, that Secretary Freyling
hiiysen had conducted the correspondence
concerning the the Aguero episode with
the Consul iu a manner to compel the
hitter's resignation. In response to this
the General gave the same answer aud
added that he must look about him as to
what really had been said. After doing
that he might have a statement to make.
EXCITEMENT AT EFFINGHAM.
A Bank Closed and the President Gone.
Effingham, 111., April 21. The Eillng
ham Hank has been closed all day. The
President, Mr. F. A. Vongassy, left the
city last Saturday night, aud his wherea
bouts are unknown, the ? h irtage Is es
timated at from $23,000 to 830,000. Sev
eral of our citizens will be heavy losers.
Intense excitement prevails,
Fire at Wamsleysvllle.
Manciikstkr, 0., April 21. A disas
trous tire has occurred at Wamsleysvllle,
In this couuty. Eight dwellings, three
bams, lot tobacco, MeCortnick & Free
man's stock of goods, aud Odd Fellows'
Hall burned. Loss, 10,000. Cause, de
fective Hue. Insurance, light.
PiiiLAUKLi'iiiA, I'a., April 21. The Sec
ond Grand Exhibition of the American
Silk Industry, under the auspices of the
Women's Silk-Culture Association of
Philadelphia, will be formally opened this
evening lu Horticultural Hall, and con
tinue for two weeks.
Opened With a Flourish.
PiTTSiR itGii, Pa., April 21. Tho new
Petroleum Exchange opeued this morning
with a grand flourish. Speeches were
made by Captain C. W. Batchelor, W. C.
Morelaud aud L. II. Smith, President of
the New York Exchange, followed with
prayer by Uev. Maxwell. The Exchange
has a membership of 225, many of whom
are inaklug their debut in the oil busi
ness. A Missing' Bookkeeper.
Watkmiuhy, Conn., April 21. Thero
are no new developments In tho caso of
the mysterious disappearance of Geo. W,
Halglit, bookkeeper for John Y. Oaffney,
who dropped out" of Wuterbury a week
ago. No reason Is assigned for the dis
appearance as his books are straight aud
his family relatlous harmonious.
Monday Evening, April 81, 1884.
The weather, contmry to expectations, is
wet am cold. The rin lias been continu
ous all day to-day and almost cold enough
to sleet. Farmers are going further and
further behind their work with every
change f the fickle season.
Business is a fair average for the season.
The difficulty of obtaining the right kind
and quantities of supplies has kept the ag
gregate if trade rather below what it would
otherwise have been.
FLOUU We Dutd a moderate degree
of activity in the market with prices firm
and unchanged, and stocks not in excess.
HAY There is abaolutely no demand
for anything below a good prime at any
price. There is a steady inquiry for choice
with firm prices.
CORN Choice grades are scarce, firm
and a shade higher; rejected is dragging.
OATS Stocks are ample and the de
MEAL Firm and unchanged.
BRAN Scarce and in active demand.
BUTTER The market is oversupplied
and unchanged. Choice Northern Dairy
is mostly called for.
EGGS Receipts have fallen off, and
stocks are light. Prices open firm and
CIIICKENS-rienty and quiet. The
demand is light.
APPLES -Steady and in limited supply.
POTATOES None selling. Quotations
are only nominal. Pleachblows find a
small demand for retail trade, but Early
Rosa are not wanted.
ONIONS-rienty and quiet.
Sales and Quotations.
NOTK. The prices Here (riven r for sales from
first hands In round lots. An advance It
eh anted for brokon lotBin nillnaordtrs.
1 Obbls Fancy 5 15
301 hhls various grades.. ... .ij BOi&S CO
loo Family 4 15
HM bhls Cho'ee . 4 70
100 bbls Patent 5 90
5 ears gHt edge small bale 14 CO
5 cars choice, small bale . Ill 00
1 car mixed 10 U0
2 cars choice white In balk..,. f5
S cars choice mixed in balk (3
2 cars In bulk
5 cars choice Northern In balk..
No. S Red, per bn....
No. i Moditeranean.
500 bbii City on orders 6042 75
In sacks 90
500 pounds choice Northern Dairy 24324
)o pounds choice Northern roll ,. ao
500 pounds Southern Ills lfrftlS
tw pounds creamery . 27ia.8
1000 dozen .
5 coops choice hens
5 coops mixed and hen8.. ,
Per bbl choice. Ben Davis .. 5 00
" ' Rome Beauty 5 00
Small varieties 9 5f1 50
Choice Romania's .. .3 504 00
Qenatons 3 00
Oranges 4 0oa 50
Lemons 3 0O&3 50
2 5P 3 0
...:..... 2 5043 0
Peach Blow per bush, nominal....-. .... 4O350
Early Rose pur bush nominal
Potatoes per bbl 1 75$A2 00
According to size. 15 C0&2O 00
Ths'ce h. 94
Plain hams . ,... none
B.C. Uatus 14
Clear sides 11(312
Shoulders tM noBt
St. Johns , ......t 16
Ohio River j 06
Sii bushel burlaps fi
0 uusnui ....... 12X
Peaches, halves and quarters 6sj 67
Choice navy 3 50,53 no
Choice medium toa'J 75
Choice, Factory ., 13
Cream ...... 16
Coon 10 to 5
IJluk - m 10 to 45
Red Fox 1 00
Wild Cat..- Jm. 10 to tn
Bearer per pound .... to 1 50
Otter... 75 to 6 CO
Opossum S to 15
Boar...... . mmm...1 00 to ( 00
Dry Kllnt choice
Dry Salt ;
Hhoop Pelts, dry
Hhocp IVIti, irruen
flommon L,un ,
Good Iuks ,,
..J 7VM is
... 4 &i3 & IS
.. 4 7W HO
.. l 7 ro
.. 7 50 '0
RATES OK FRaianT.
Grain Hay Flour Pork
Vcwt. yewt. Jhbl. fhbl.
Menpbli 12 15 23 35
M V. Orleans,- li ao 25 50
rte.lena, Ark .... 17 M 85 50
Kllneston, Mis fr-'if 82i 45 B7X
VIckshurK, Prentett llouso 2-i per cwt high-'
All other wetr points below Memphis to Now
leant, same rates at to Kllnestou.
Toe London Truth fears that overdress
ing is a constitutional defect in America;
this may be so, but there is one thing Eeg
land cannot help acknowledging that we
have the ereatest remedy for asthma ever
known. Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
The People's Remedy for biliousness,
censtipation, piles, sick headache, jaundice,
&c, is Allen's Bilious Physic, a pure vege
table liquid remedy; large bottle, 25 cents.
At all druggists. (g)
Words are at times a feeble medium of
expressing gratitude, and Rev. J. E. Reed
found tbem so. Ha writes from Ln A n.
eeles, California: "Words can't tpll linor
glad I am that I found Athlophoros. I
too one oottie according to directions,
very near, but before I had used it all. the
pain was an gone trom my face, and no
pain has returned since. It did make a
ringinc in mv head sure enough. Th din.
coverer of thie remedy for neuralgia will
lodg bt remembered by one I know of,
wun wnom i am closely connected."
Never Give Up.
If vou are suflerina with low and rl.
pressed spirits, lo6s of appetite, general de-
uiuiy, uisoraereu niooa, weak constitution,
headache, or any disease of a bilious na
ture, by all means procure a bottle of Elec
tric Bitters. You will be surprised to see
the rapid improvement that will follow;
you will be inspired with new life; strength
and activity will return; pain and misery
will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice
in the praise of Electric Bitters. Sold f
fifty cent9 a bottle by Barclay Bros. 6
Photographs. enirravinL's. etc.. can be sr.
quisitely colored with liquid art colors
made trom Diamond Dyes. Full direc
tions for this beautiful art work, with
handsome colored cabinet photo Bent to
any aciuress tor 10 cents.
WELLS & RICHARDSON CO.,
A Great Discovery.
Mr. Win. Thomas, of Newtnn. Tu .. '
"My wife has been scrioualv aftWfpH with
a cough for twenty-five years, and this
spring more severely man ever oetore. She
bad used many remedies without relief, and
t. . . sr. .
oeing urgea to try Dr. King's New Dis
covery, did SO. With most pr&tifvinn- tpbiiHo
The first bottle relieved her very much, and
me second Dottio has absolutely cured her,
one nas not naa so good healthy for thirl
Trial bottles free at Barclays Bros' drug
store. Large size 11.00. fl
in ARKANSAS AND TEXAS.
Alone- the line of the St. r jOllla Trnn
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International And
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands of
acres of the choicest farming and grazing;
lands in the world, raniini? in nrinM frum
$2.00 to 300 and $4.00 per acre, in a
neaittiy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a conv of Rtn.
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
in 1882, and makeup your mind to go and
see for yourself-when you learn that the crop
ror ibsj is ou per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned hv
the Company, and paying awje-fourth, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed for money paid for tickets or freight
over the Companies lines.
11. C. Townsend, Gen'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
JOTICE TO C )NTRACTORS.
Opnn off Cmr Ci.nnit. I
. , Catiio, M., April 21st, 18S4. f
Sealed proposals will be received at this office
np to the meeting of the City Council May 6th,
1884, for furnishing lumber, removing garbage and
pubilihlng council proceedings, notices, ordi
nances, &c, as required by the ordlrancesof tho
city. Council received the right to reject any and
all bids. For full particulars apply to
25-1-jt D. J. FOLEY, City Clerk.
It Is a harmless vegetable syrup, very delicious to
the taste. Relieves at once and is a positive cure.
WINTER end BRONCHIAL COUCH
are cured by this excellent remedy.
Dirtctiom in ten languago actDmpnny retry bottle.
AM. DISEASES OF TIIE It LOOP, STOMACIi,
Liver, Bowel anil Kldneva- fur all dineuse origin
alliiK in Impairment of tln l.liwul, an Anieniln, Slek
Headache, Nervousness, Female Weaknesses, Liver
Complaint, Ivs'hiu, Jaundice, IlilloiiKtiew anil
Kl'lney Iiita-AHe, till medicine, is ahrioluti'ly sure.
Tim medicine does not contain anv liillmnil. is ab
solutely vegetable, restore the lifood lo a healthy
ronditlon, rrtrulatiiiK excesses and sujiplying de
ficiencies, and prevents disease.
IHrtttimi in ten language accompany every bottle.
PAPILLON MFC. CO., CHICACO.
TOR BALI BY ALL SBUOOISTS.
For Sale bv
PAUL G. SCHUH,
Snecial Aats. in this oitv.
an mfalHblt ewe for Pile.
Price tl. at dnraiita. or
senl Dreoald bv man. Samnle
'aloabl. Information JV1
M. UMda9r.ar.sas Jl
tot hoaaa mra iVm.
rroei Toainfol Im prad.se, asnsina VX
Rmvobs Debllitr. ll.nul and I'hrti-
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R
WMrtJ rtuirn Si J
Shortest and Quickest Route
-T O .
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv Line Running
O DAILY TRAIN
Ma kino Direct Connection
riuiNt Liavi Cairo:
Arriving Id St. Louis (:00 a.m.; Chicago, 8 :30 p.m.;
CntiEBCtlnK at Odin and Effingham for Clncia
nati, Louisville, Indianapolis and points East.
1S:S5 p. m. lust Bt. Louie arid
Arriving Id St Loals 6:15 p. m., and connectlnc
for all points West.
3:45 p. m. E'ixat Kxprous.
For 8t. Louis and Chicago, arriving at St. Louis
10:15 p. m., and Chicago 7 :k0 a.m.
3:45 p.m. Cincinnati Express.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a. m. ; Lonlsvlllo 6:55
a. m.; Indianapolis 4:05 a. m. PaaeLgers hr
thls train reach the above points lij to 30
not na in auvauce oi any other route.
tThe 8:45 a. m. express has PULLMAN
SOKEPI.vU CAR frum Cairo to Cincinnati, with
out changes, and thruugb sleepers to St. Louis
Passengers hjJh K.?JLi0f
caused bv Sunday intervening. The Saturday after-
nuuu vikiu irinu -airu arrives in new xorx Aiocoay
miming at iu:;jd. Tuirty-six nours la advanceof
av timer rume,
SrKrir thrmifrli flrlreta and fnvtha lnr.m
apply at Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
o. u. jij.ioo, iicsei Agent.
A. O. HANSON. Gen. Pass. Agent. Chicago
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
tMail 4:i5a. m.
tExpress 11:45 a. m.
tSt Louis Ex 2:15 p. m.
t. O. Ex ..11:10 a.m.
tN. O. Ex... 11:10 a.m.
tN. O. Ex 4:30 p.m.
tMail ... a:!J a.m.
Express 3:45 d. m.
St Louis Ex li;25 p. m.
tMail 4:45 a.m
tExpress I0::0 a.m.
tAccom 3:43 p.m.
bt. l. & c. n. r. (Narrow-uauge).
Express 3:00 a m.
Express . .
tx. Mail.. ..10:311 a.m
Accom 12:115 p.m. Accom 2:00 D.m.
ST. L. A I. M. It. It.
tExprees 10:30 p.m. tExpress ..2:30 p.m.
W., BT. t. A P. R. It.
Mall & Ei 4:00a.m. I 'Mall & Ex...9.30D.m.
Accom 4:00 p.m. 'Accom 10::l0 a.m.
Freight ..7:45 a.m. Fruluht 6:45 p.m.
MOBILE ft OHIO R. R.
Mail 5:55 a.m. I Mall 9:10 D.m.
Dally except Sunday, t Dally.
4.RRIYAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
Arr at Dcp'rt
P. O. Tm PO
I. C. R. R (through lock mall).. 5 a. m
..ll:?0a.m 3p. m.
" (way mull)..... 4:30 p.m. 9 p. m.
" (Southern Dlv 5 p. m. 9 p. m.
Iron Mountain R. R 2:3p. m. 9 p, m
Wabash ft. R 10 p. m. 9 p. m.
Texas Jt St. Louis R. R 7 p. m. I a. m.
St. Louis Jt Cairo R. R 5 p. m. 9:30 am
Ohio River 3 p. m. 1 4 p. m
Miss River arrives Wed., Sat. 4 Mon.
" departs Wed., Fri. A Hun.
P O, gen del. open from 7:30am to7:30 pm
P.O. box del. open from 6 a.m. to 9 p. m.
Sundays gen. del. open Irom... .8a. m. to 10 a.m.
Sundave box del. open from. ...6 a. m. to 10:30aia
WNOTK. lllliniri.1 mill ha nMkll.k.. t.
time to timi in city papers. Change your cards ao
Wil. M. MUUI'li I. P. M
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1833, TJuiler tie
Law of 1883.
Successor to Widows anil Orphans Miuual Aid So
ciety, organized July 4th, 1877, under
tho laws of 1872,
JOHN H. ROBINSON President
WM. STRATt'. iN Vlce-Prtsldent
J. A. GOLOSTINE Treasurer
W. I) UN N I N ( Modlcal Adviser
THOMAS LEWIS Secretary
BOARD OF DIRECTORS for 1st YEAR.
Wm. Stratton, Stratton it Bird, grocers, Cairo, 111.,
J. A. ttoidstine, ofUoldstlne Rosenwaler, whole
sale and retail dry gnod;C. V, Dunning, M. D.:
rres. iu. .neu. r.x., mr i-euiiuna; Aitiert i.ewis,
comnileelou merchunt: J. If. Robiusoo, county
judge aurt notary public; Wm. F. Pitcher, com.
broker and in.urance agent; R. II. Ralrd, city
street supervisor; M. Phillips, carpenter and build
er; Thomas Lewi, attorney and secretary ; E. V.
Pierce, attorney at-lnw, Duluoin III. j K. C. Pace
cashier of Ceutennlal BauK, Ashley, 111. ; Albert
ilayden, cashier of George Conuelly & Co., Spring,
field. 1,1 ; H. M Munn. attorney-at-law, 166 Ran
dolph street, Chicago; lion. Robt. A. Hatcher, at-tornev-at-law,
Charleston, Mo.; H. Lelghtou,
cashier First National Rauk, Stuart, Iowa.
Elactrle AppllucM am int m 30 Osyi' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNO OR OLD,
TtrHO ar. salTrina' from Nssrocs Pisiutt,
V Lost VrraLiTT, Lr of Nsavs rvara an
Vluoa, Wiitlno Waasswas,andall thowdlnan.
of a I'sasosat Nareaa pMultlna' from All las aod
(ithrk Caesaa. Speedy relief and oomplet. ra to
rn tlun of II 1AI.TB. V kkib and Mashood OValUNTIBDt
The aranil.t dla.-ov.ry ' th. Nineteenth Century.
Sutulaloou. fur llluatmtwl Pamphlet (rw. addrsasj
VOLTAIfl HIT CO., milMAU. MUM.
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