Newspaper Page Text
Straight Cut No. 1
CJIOARETTESmokBH who oro willing lopaya
v little mure for Ulsarutteii lhac the prlr.o ctwrtfod,
or the ordinary trade Cigarettes will Uiid the
KLTEMORTO ALL OMEHS.
They are male from the brlKhtet, mini deli
cately 11 ivorcd and btf est coxt uf sjold leaf irrown
in irnlniu.a d arc abnouliely without adultera
tiou or drus.
We use the Ounulne French Klce paper, of our
own direct importation, which U made especially
lor ns, water narked with the name of the brand:
il Cut No, I
on each Cirarette. without which noun are 0rm.
luu. l!ue imitation ol thl- band havu been put
on ale, and Clgarmta mohcru are cautioned that
hit It the Old and Ordinal brand, and to obxerve
Ihu'. each pacaaire or box of
Richmond Straight Cut Cigarettes
BEaIU TDK MONATlKIi i)V
ALLE1T & GINTER, Manufacturers,
Ilurtier. No more irotible to move wicks . Every
family war,t It. Fit any lamp. l'e fame Klobe
Sflu at tight Thice hiru.r for fl to any ad'
drew. Holler Lamp burner Co., 73 Murray St., N.Y.
on Jame. Htver Va., iu anortl
I ern settlement. Illustrated cir
DllMP tr.- .1 V UIVI'LII
Carcmont, Virginia. '
Notliing- Like Them.
Hansen's Caprine I'omns Plasters arc beyond
all com'.aiUon the bent. I'rnmpt, rur". Price inc
SEVEN (illEAT MONtKCUIKS of the Ancient
Eastern World Itv lieori."! Kawlln.on. "What
is innreTKltKlIU.E than War'-nnkss It he a war
anions publisher, then what conld he nAI'l'IKK,
tor rejolririK ho ,k b iver? Such a war is in pro-vr.'-H
l'ric. reduced tutu lis .no to $g. 40. Spec),
men pn(i- free. S T told nv deal, rs -prices
t'o low Hooks for examination before payment
on iT.dence of cood faith.
JOHN h. ALBEX, Ptib'lshcr.
I'.O. lio MX. Is Vcsev M.. New York.
The Science of Life. Only 8 1
BY MAIL POST-PAID.
Fxhaa(cd V.Uitty. Serious and I'hy-iral l)e
M'tty I'rematuri! 'Decline In Man, Error, ol
Vouih, and unt i:d miseries resnltiriif Irom India
rr t;ou or exces-ca A x,k tor every man. Tonne,
middle-sited and old. Itcon'ains jas prescription
r all atute and chronic diseases, each one ol
which is Inia nihte. so lo ind t,y the Author,
whose experience fur M years is snch a prohab s
never befere fell tu the lot of any physician . ;KK)
pi je. bound In beautiful Fr nch muslin, embos
std covert, I'll gill, L'iiari;ite- d to be i finer work
in ev.ry sense mechanic, literary mid profes
sional than any other work told In thin country
for; 50. or the nnncy will lie refunded in every
Instance J'lirc only fl.Oo bv mill, postpaid.
Illustrative ssrn le cents. Send now. Gold
medal award, d the anthor bv the Natlo- al Medical
Atc'ciatioti, to the . filer of which he r fert
This bona should he rend by the youiijj lor In
tt uetlon. and by the alflict'U for rclil It will
benetlt ail. London Lancet.
There if no member ol society to whom this
book will not he utefnl. whether youth, parent
(iuard an. It tMicti.r or b rg man Argonaut.
Adtlrts" the I'ealxidT Medical Institute, or Or
V.'. II I'arker, No. 1 Huilii.ci Street. H itton.
Ma"-, who mav be consulted on all distaes re
cjiii-in? tsi'l and experience Ch'nntc and obstt
nut-ditca-et that hat- Milled 111 A I the
tklli "t all o her uhy-U tiin a
ciaitv. Such tr-ated tnc- riM I lrpni - i t
ce-fu!U without an Intl 1 II I OTjIjI
ancei-t fn.lure .Mention tint paper
ITTi V '
V WITT V
I qj"'tvt OUTOF ORDER.
ZS no CQUA "3am
J 30 'UNION . SQUARE NEW YORK.
ILL. WMS. GA.
TOR SALE BY
II. Stcagala & Co., Cairo. Ill
The Weddj Bulletin.
Q.E0RGB IIAIUUSON LEACH, M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment of toxical dlaeaaet, and dinettes of women
OPr'ICK On 14th itreet, opponto the Poit
office. Cairo. 111.
JJH. J. E. STKONO,
129 Commercial Ave-, Cairo, 111.
VAI'OU, ELKCTKOVAPOK nd MBDICATKD
A lady In attendance.
)K. h, W. WH1TLOCK,
Orioi-No. 138 Commercial Avenne, between
ifM'j and Mtitb Streeu
fpiECITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Ulinoin.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Baiikin? liiisiness
TITOS V. IIAII.IUAY
NTERPRiSE SAVING BANK
KXCLI'SIVELY A SAVINGS RAK.
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
F. BKOSS. Pretident.
li. WELl.S, Canhler.
I P. N2FV, VlcePre'ni
I T. J. Kerth, Ait't c.aMi
F. Brot"..... Ca'ro I William Kiuie. Coin
Peter Neir " William Woll.... "
CM Otttrloh " I C. O. i'atier.. "
K. A. Under " I H. Wellt
J. Y. C'lemtoti, Caledonia..
A UEN EKA BAN KIN'i HCSISKnS OoNE.
Exchani ro!d and bought. Interutl paid u
the Saving" Depanment. Collection, made ani
all hunlne.s promptly attended to.
I 2 2
N" S a3S
A II 3p
n ii ?n
C "S c
j 5 r
LOUIS C. HERBERT,
(Sueec,s"r to Chas. T. Newland and
Plumbei, Steam and Gas Fitter
Commercial Ave , let. Tenth and Ele
venth Sts ,
CA1UO, : : : ILL.
Ddve Well Force and Lift Pumpg furnished md
oat up. Atjent for the Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP',
the be.t pump ever Invented. New Gat Fixture
lurnithed to order. Od fixtures repaired and
tjgrMobblnit promptly atU'nded to. ' 319 tf
J-lm 111. INCE,
Manufacturer and Dealer In
Hth Street, between Com'l Avo. mid Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OF AMUNTTIOX.
Safe. Heaolred. All Kindt nl Keys Mado.
For Sale bv
CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING MAY
National RenuMIeaa Convention
to bo hold at CliicaRo June 31, 1884. The
Illinoia Central R. R. will sell excursion
tickets from Cairo to Chicago and return
for $10.75. Will couiriinncu sale, of tickets
Saturday, May 31st; good returning until
June 15th. A. II. Hanson,
Gen. Pass. At.
A Startling1 Discovery,
Mr. Wm. Johnson, of Huron, Duk., writes
that his witu had heen troubled with acute
Bronchitis lor many yours, and that all
rt'iimili' a tried ynvo no permanent relief,
until hu proturod a bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery f r Consumption, Coughs,
and Cold.", which had a magical effect, and
produced a permanent cure. It is guaran
teed to cure all Dineists of .Throat, Lungs,
or Bronchial Tubes.
Trial B .tiles Free at Barclay Bros.' Drug
Store. Large Size $1.00. (5)
KucKien'H Arnica Malve
The Best Salve In the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures I'ilee. It in guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by Barclay
Aii End to Iioue Scraping1.
Edward Shepherd, of Ilarrislmrg, III.,
says: "Having received so much benefit
from Electric Bitters, I feel it my duty to
let suffering humanity know it. Have had a
running sore on my leu for eight years; my
doctors told me I would have to have the
bone scraped or leg amputated. I used,
instead, three bottles of Electric Bitlers and
seven boxes Bucklen's Arnica Salve, ard
my leg is now sound and well."
Electric Bitters are sold at fifty cents a
bottle, and Bucklen's Arnica Salvo at 25c.
per box by Barclay Bros. (5)
It is no Wonder
that so many people sink into untimely
graves when we consider how they neglect
their health. They have a disordered
liver, duranged bowels, constipation, piles
or diseased kidneys, but their let it go and
think they "will get over it." It grows
worse, other and more serious complications
follow and soon it is too late to save them.
II pucli people would t:ke Kidney-Wort it
would preserve their lives It acts upon
the most important organs purifying the
blood and cleansing the system, removes
and prevents these disorders and promotes
Malaria positively cured with Emory's
Standard Cure PilK a never-tailing reme
dy; purely vegetable, contain no quinine,
sugar-coated 25 cents (G)
A Fair Offer.
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich,
offer to send Dr Dye's Voltaic Belt and
Applicances on trial, for thirty days, to
men, old or young, afflicted with nervous
debility, lost vitality and kindred troubles.
See advertisement in this paper. 2
HT"'o Match that Bonnet! Feathers,
rioOons, velvet can ail be colored to match
that new hat by using the Diaaioud Dyes.
10c. for any color at the druggists. Wells,
Richardson & Co., Burlington, Vt.
Hop Plasters are clean, sweet and pleas
ant to use. Fresh Hops combined with
Bilsams and Gums. More powerful than
any other porous plasters. 25 cts. (12)
Advice to Motbers.
Are you disturbed at night and l" :ken
ol your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of putting teeth? If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. o ins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value i.s incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor littlo sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhoea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
nurses and physicians in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Polisliiii? the Wrong End.
Many men daily polish their boots who
never give a fhought to the condition of
their hair, txcept to harrow it casually with
brush and comb, or submit it to the para
lyzing attentions of the average burlier.
Wbst happens? Why, this: From neglect,
mental anxiety, or any of a score of cans s,
the hair turns pcrmaturely gray and begins
to rail out. barkers Hair Balsam will at
once stop the latter process and restore the
original color. An elegant dressing, free
Cheap fiomes in Arkansas and Texas.
Along the lice of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacilic Railway and International nnd
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands ot
acres of the choicest farming ami grazing
lands in the world, ranging in price from
$2.00 to $300 and $4.00 per acre, in a
healthy couutry, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Akatins and Texas,
in 1882, and make up your mind to go and
see for yourself when you leurn that the crop
for 1883 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed for money paid for tickets or freight
over the Companies lines.
II. C. Towns end, Gen'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis. M,
Is your body racked with pain and your
mind tortured by agonizing doubts bs to
your ever being cured? Road the testi
mony of the thousands who have been cured
of rheumatism and neuralgia by AMiloph
oros. alter all the remedies had proved in
effective. Rev. Dr. Wm. P. Corbitt, after
long Buffering the' exquisite torture of in
flammatory rheumatism, during which time
he lo?t thirty-five pounds in weight, was
almoRt instantly relieved by trying jhe new
specific for nil rheumatic and neuralgic
The Daily Bulletin.
A Chicago News reporter Interviewed
Mayor Harris on on the tariff question and
elicited a very full expression from Carter,
of which the following is the most impor
tant part: "The Democratic platform of
1875 asserted that the Democratic party
was in favor of a tariff for revenue that is
that Congress had no right to levy a tariff
tor any other purpose than that of raising
rtvenue. Very few Democrats opposed this
idea. I myself don't think we have a con
stitutional right to levy a tariff for anything
else but for raising revenue. The Demo
cratic platform of 1880 said we should raiie
a tariff for revenue only. Many people
seem to think these two platforms are
synonymous. I don't. I don't like the
latter expression. I didn't like the plat
form cf 1880 because I feared what after
ward came true that it would be used to
alarm manufacturers, and that it would be
said that it would unsettle business. In the
first platform the word 'only' simply de
fined the purpose for which we should raise
a tariff duty. In the second platform (that
of 1880) 'only' was an exclusive, and it ex
cluded the right to lay a tariff on any urti
clo which would admit incidental protection
until all articles that could have no inci
dental protection were exhausted. Accord
ing to that plttform the argument is, has
been, and will be made, that Congress must
levy all the duties that articles not manu
factured in this couutry can stand before
they can touch upon articles which are
manufactured in this country."
The jury in the Kate Cotton case stood
ten to two for "guilty" on the first ballot.
The twovjted for hanging on the first bal
lot, not thinking that the first question to
be ballotted upon was whether or not de
fendant was guilty, and that the punish
ment was to be tix- d afterwards. It took
but little to bring about a unanimous ver
dict of "guilty," and when then the ques
tion of punishment came up, seven were
for penitentiary for life, and five were
either for hanging or for fourteen yoars in
the penitentiary, which were the other two
alternatives left to the jury by the Court in
its instructions. The live came over to the
seven one by one until all had yielded.
Few people will doubt that the jury did its
duty well. They ptood the test of a severe
ordeal and acquitted themselves very satis
factorily. The case was one of the most
interetsing ever tried here and was con
ducted with marked ability by those in
charge on either side. Mr. Mulkcy prob
ably had a bigger job than ought to have
beeu undertaken tiy any one man, and, uu-
der all circumstances, he made a remarka
bly good defense. His client may con
gratulate herself upon retaining her exist
ence among theinhabitants of thismundane
sphere and think Mr. Mulkey for bringing
out every mitigating circumstance and
every fact that might create a doubt in her
favor. Mr. Mulkey's piy will consist
chiefly in the gratitude of those for whom
he labored. Messrs. Linegar and Hen
dricks are likewise worthy of praise for
their energetic and able prosecution, and
will also have to be content with the good
will of their clients, "The People," for their
recompense, though they will have in addi
tion what Mr. Mu'key can not have, viz:
the glory appertaining to success.
Mr. David M. Ranck, of Wilmington,
Del., 6ys that St Jacobs Oil, the conqueror
ot pain, cured him of rheumatism.
A MagiiHii;ont Mast.
A magnificent mn.st has been sent
from Verona to tho agr. cultural de
partment of the Turin exhibition. Tiio
tree grew in the woods of Cadorc, nnd
live other ni:ij"stic pines had to bo
hewn down beioro the one destined for
the mast could bo removed. When
tho lower branches hud been cut off
this lino tree-trunk was divided into
two pieces, the bottom part measuring
more than 120 feet, and the top part,
still adorned with iis green branches,
18 feet. The weight of tho tree, after
beini thus prepared, was 11 cwt. On ex
timiningiho base it w. 3 found that that
part was 205 years old, while the sum
mit was only M years old. The mast
was dragged from tho forest to the sta
tion on two wagons, drawn by eight
horses, and tho whole of it took up
seven railway trucks. Three- days were
employed in the transport by rail, as
the special train c iiid only travel by
daylight, proceeding very slowly on
account of the curves, and had to stop
continually, not being able to pass
another train. The mast is slender iu
comparison to its height, being Gi cen
timeters at the baso nnd 1.5 at tho sum
mit. The stem preserves au equal
width up to the height of about 90
feet, afier which it diminishes rapidly.
Including tho expenso of transport, tho
mast will cost more than 50. -A'aples
Vor. London Ihti.'y Ntwu.
Speaking of faro and other wicked
games, a V.rginiau after remarking
that in the bolter days of the republic,
when everybody played faro, a gentle
man was disimguished by tho com
ment "lb' plays with red checks" from
the poor white cheek trash, dwoltupon
tho passionate love for tho game which
possesses men who got into its clutches.
'Years ago," ho said, "two of tho fin
est lawyers in New Oilcans on. their
way to Now Yor stopped at Cliar
lottesvilie, Virginia, because they
heard that there was a man thero who
dealt titio. They found tho man and
playe I all night. About midnight ono
lawyer whisiVered to tho other: 'He's
cheating.' 'JIusli,' said tho other; '1'vo
known that for two hours; but tbcro.
Isn't another faro game within til'tyV
Tho Dead Duke.
Tho duko was fond of literary socie
ty, and liked to get eminent, authors
nround him, nnd to talk with them
about books and writers. It was his
custom to ask at a party to bo inado
known to any man of letters who might
bo present. IIo would sometimes seek
special introduction to an anther whoso
book ho had read with pleasure. Wo
believe, for example, that ou trading
Mr. James Payn's story, "A. Perfect
Treasure," ho asked to "bo introduced
to tho writer, and afterward found
much occasional amusement in his
company. Ho had a very keen appre
ciation of humor and laughed heartily
at a good story. His secretary and
doctor could record many comments
of much point and showing serious
thought. His ill-health was on occa
sional cause of melancholy observation.
Ou ono occasion an eminent literary
man and a member of tho houso o"f
lords wero talking with him, when tho
conversation turned on what gavo tho
best chance of happy life. The literary
man said that persons in a middlo po
sition who wero without ambitions they
could not satisfy wero iu tho happiest
state. The conversation went on, and
ono of the speakers said to tho duko
that his own position must be a happy
oue. "You forget," ho said, "I am
worst off of all. I want the chief thing1.
It is health health health." His po
litical views were strongly conserva
tive, but he was reserved in his ex
pression of them, and in no way re
sented tho utteraneo of the most oppo
site opinion. IIo was extremely fond
of music, and was, wo believe, himself
a performer on various instruments.
Ho had, too, a passion for whist and
was a fairly good player London Dai
The bearings in a bicycle areprhap9
moro to bo admired than any single
part. Instead of allowing tho axle to
slide round in its bearings, hard steel
rollers or balls aro introduced, so that
tho parts which aro pressed together
roll over and do not slide upon one an
other. Anyone who has trodden on a
roller or a marble must havo fouu I in
a possibly unpleasant mariner tho grout
difference between rolling and sliding
friction. 1 can now givo for tho first
time the result of an experiment only
completed this morning, which shows
the extraordinary perfection to which
this class of work has attained. I have
observed how much a new set of b:tlis
which I have obtained direct from tho
maker, Mr. Bown, has lost in weight
in traveling 1.0U0 miles in my machine.
Every 200 miles I cleaned and weighed
tho balls with all the caro and accuracy
that tho resources of a phjsical labora
tory will permit. The sot of twelve,
when new, weighed 25.8.0400 grm. Af
ter 1,000 miles, they weighed 25.80088
grm., the loss being 3.12 mgrm., which
is equal to 1-20,9 grain that is, ruri
uing 1,000 miles, each ball lost 1-250
grain. This corresponds to a wear of
only 1-158,000 inch off tho surface. At
this rate of wear 3.12 mgrm. per 1.000
miles tho balls would lose only 1-31.3
of their weight in traveling as far as
from here to tho moon. V. Wiiioh
Boys, in X'ifure.
A Swede's Wager.
We have heard, perhaps, tho last of
Weston and his walk for somo time.
Rut thero is never lacking some person
who will hack himself to do odd things
to go without food for six weeks, or
to walk, without drink, for six months.
A Swede has now wagered that ho will
visit all tho cities of Europe which are,
or ever have been, capitals of states, in
the course of this year. He has already
"done" all tho capitals of Germany,
which ho reckons at twenty-six, and
he i.s going to Moscow. Viina, and
Kicff. IIo already complains of severo
fatigue and may be said to stand at an
outside price, technically speaking. It
would bo interesting: to "know how tho
Swede defines "capitals." Is he going
to Athens, Thebes, Corinth, Tiryns,
Mycenir, all tho capitals of all "the
islands? Is ho to "do" Sybaris and
Tarcntum, anil tho central city of each
state in the Latin league, and of each
medieval republic. How many capitals
and how many kingdoms of Burgundy?
How many capitals h:id Ireland in the
days of the numerous kings from whom
the present Celtic dwellers in the isle
aro descended? Why, even Scotland
has had several kingdoms and capitals,
nnd there must have beeu seven cap
itals in England during the heptarchv.
Perhaps the Swede's best plan would
bo to.go to "the capital of pleasures,"
and stay there, as he can never win his
bet. His opponent could, in any event,
wrangle on a point of historyand re
fuse to pay the wager. London Daily
Will be open for the recaption of scests
Jlne 1st. Teims, $8 00 per week.
Dr. Barnum, a celebrated chemist, of
Louisville, givts the following analysis of
the waters under date of October 3d, 1883:
Spui.no No. 1. To each litre (2.11 pts.)
C'arb of Iron 32.C438
Chloiide of Iron trace.
Sulphate of Iron trace.
Chloride of Sodium 443
Sulphate Alumina 12.014
Sulphate Lime 1G.270
Sulphate Magnesia G.000
Spuino No. 2. -To each litre (2.11 pts.)
Sulphate of Iron 11 280
Carbonate of Iron G.730
Sulphate of Alumina 020
Sulphate of Magnesia 2.900
Chloride of Sodium 0.240
Chloride of Calcium 4.990
Sriuxo No. 3. To each litre (2.11 pts.)
Oxide of Iron 3.220
Oxide of Aluminum 1200
Sulphhate of Magnesia 4.R00
Carbonic Acid Gas 2 800
Sulphureted Hydrogen Gas 7.520
(Signed) J. P. Bahntm, M. D-,
Almost ft Fiasco.
Odd things will sometimes happen
ou the first night of a new play. As &
matter of fact thoy generally do hap
pen, and occasionally an unforeseen
accident of trivial ituportaneo under
other circumstances, will kill a theatri
cal production outright. Belasco, tho
dramatist, had a narrow escape with
tho first performance of his "La Belle
ltusso" in California. In tho most
thrilling scene of tho play, whero the
villainess and tho hero havo their
strongest sceno together, Miss Jeffreys
Lewis and Mr. Osmond Tearlo wero
alone upon th stage. Mr. Tearlo was
sitting down with folded arms, and
Miss Lewis was standing, just on the
point of delivering her longest and
heaviest speech. At tho verjT instant
of beginning she felt something givo
way about her waist, and a garment
which tho editor would not allow me to
mention, slid slowly down towards the
tloor. Miss Lewis had sufficient pres
ence of mind to disentangle herself,1
and she succeeded, without discovery,
in pushing tho garment back to tho
end of the sofa, whero it could not bo
seen by tho audience. Then sho went
on with her speech. Just after this
point in tho play Mr. Tearlo had to
draw his handkerchief from tho breast
pocket of his coat. It so happened
that his handkerchief on this particu
lar night was in his hip pocket, and in
trausiernng it to ins coat tho article
slipped from bis hand. Reaching
down without looking, he caught hold
of tho abandoned portion of Mis3
Lewis' wardrobe, ami that lady was
horrified to see him raiso it slowly to
wards his breast. Ho hail it nearly up
when his eve fell upon tho frill which
adorned it, nnd he let go with great
precipitation. Mr. Tearlo played tho
sceno through without any handker
chief, and luckily no ono in the audi
ence had observed his attempt to pick
it tip. "J. a iseiio nusso had a 'cry
close f'-avo that night.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago. Backache, Headache, Toothache,
Sore Throat. Snollinira. Nprnlnn, Brutiea,
turn. Nealilx. t'roat liltva.
1NO ALL Kill HI BIlllll.V PUSS AM) AIHKS.
Sold bj brumal, tu.) Ut.lers .verrwli.n. i'itlf Cut. a tMttla.
Direction, in 11 t..tiKU(ri..
HIE II AU1.I.H A. VOUK.I.KRCO.
'RuCMHur. tt, A. VUUKU.K a U-i B.lllaon, fltl., U.S. A.
Kegeneration for Enfeebled Sistems.
SillTtTiin? from a omnnrtil u-ant nf an A tt
11 HtUll roiiromitnntll. Hvinnni U utld nnrlnnu nn.j
ill He Mom tl-rivhlt- fmm th ma nf a nnnrldlli,i
diet and At 1 1 in ti 11 of apprtito, nnaldvd. A medi
cine that will dlVct n removal of the ppeclflc obsta
cle to renewed hoaith and vlanr. that Ua genuine
I'll rerttV.' iafht Ctnl tnwiri It la rhn nna.alH
ol'tliii srarnl requlroumnt which makes lionet ter's
i-;cmcn nui rs mi en -cove an an lDvlcorant.
l'or ralu by all dm. t;iat a ami dealers generally.
uiAtlBin. Neuralgia, Sciatica,
l'lnurir PaiiM, Stitch In thu
Side, Uuckacho, Swollen Joints,
Heart IJLioaso, Sore Muscle.
rain In tho Client, and all pains and aches cither local or
ileo!-crited are instantly relieved and fiper-dily cured by
the well-known .in Planter. ComDOimdod. aa It la. of
tho medicinal Tirtuciinf fresh Flop., Ounu, Baliamn and
Kitraeta, It is Indeed the best in-killin, stimulating,
a.Hitliinif o:idstrenirthenins Turons Planter erer made.
lip I'ltDt era are Sold liyoii dxuggistsand country stores.
srconisoruvctr$i mi. i mm jm. aaa
Mailed on receipt of M II aP
nrlnn TI.,n I'rt.f.-.-r'., I
Proprietors and Manu
I ifCoutLd tongue, Uid Ureal!, Hour, toruaeh and liver
dlsenw cnml hv Hurler', st.nnneh nnd Mver Itll.. SSeta.
The Kcgnlar Cairo & raducah Daily
rtKN'Hr K. TAYLOH, Master.
liKOUUE JOHEs, Clerk.
eavco P vliicah forC itro daily (Sundayg except
(1) at 8 a. m., and Mnuml Cltv at 1 ti. m. Return
tiK, leaves Cairo at 4 p.m. : Moand Citv at 5 p.m.
FLOUR, 0BAI1V AND KA1
Egyptian Flouring Mil Is
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.