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Straight Cut No,
CIGARETTE Smokers who are willing lo pay a
llt'.le uioru for Cluarettea iliac the iirli-o charuud
ur uiu uruiusrj irauu Haircuts will mm me
SL'HEUIOIi TO ALL OfllKUH.
They are nmdo from the lirlvhtuvr. nuwi !ll.
cately flivured n ti lilrieHt cot of ''old leafL'rown
In ireinfa, aed aro uucou Ituiy vtitniut adulter.
Uod or driiita.
We rise the Uenulnu Kr nth Kice paper, of our
pu uirTCi uuyuriauon, wim n m mailt! especially
iur ut, noirr u-iuranim IK name 01 IIIU liruilU
Richmond Straight Cot No, I,
ui earn (jij?nrette, withnnt which none are genu
no. ISasa Imitation ot thi hand have he-en unt
in sale, mill 'lirar tte "'inolrrK are ra itl'uieil that
his In tint Olil Bad Original brand, ami to oIimtvo
uat tacii pacanj'e or box ot
Richmond Straight Cut Cigarettes
heaiu tiik sionai the oy
hLLzn & eiwiK, jxanutasvirers,
:V" V I U I I VCM)WhiTO tO
uuuii iu "ii.imi' .-! 1 New Lamp
mrner. .V) more irouoie to move wicks . Kverv
anilly wants 11. Ht any lamp. I e same ulohe.
ella at iluht Iluec ti trri r for ;1 to anv a'l-
Ireus Holler Lamp liumer 1 o., 7:1 Murray St , N.V.
on Jamva Hiver., in anortl.
trn fetUemeut. 1 1 1 u t rH ! ar
eolar tree. J. F. .MANTUA.
Nothing Lik.- Tln-ci.
Henfon i Caprine i'oroua I'UHtcri up1 ln'jond
ii compariKon ine oi i. rrompl. ura. I'r're
SEVEN (iUKAT MUN A ECU IF. of the A nrlent
ianeru Wurld Hy (icorje Mawllnnon. "What
more TKKKIHLE than War? -in it be a war
moni! punimlier, then hat could he IIAri'IEIt,
ir rvjoK'inir ho k b iver? Sui liaw ir i in pro-
rent. 1'ric reiluc rt 'roni f H 00 to $ Ki. ."-peel-len
pave fr.-e. N'v T m,ld nv dealt r -tirice
kj low li'iokt for examination btioro Ui.vni' nt
a evidence of j.'"o'l ruth.
JOU.N II. ALDEX, I'rVifli-r.
O. Box ::. 1.. Ve.ey t.. N York,
.Hie Science of Life. Only $1
BY MAIL rO.ST-rAID.
Exhausted Vitality, .NcrToutt and 1'hy.iral Ue
niy. i'rmatjre Decllna In .Man, Error ol
outn.ananoto.il miaerin runltim; Irom liid:
etion or ncencei A nook for tvi-rv man. votinif.
Iddle-ic''d and old. llcon'ain. I Ji prt ni ription
r an acme arm cnronic usacaova, acn one ol
nica la lmaiiiahtu. so fo'.nd tiy the Author.
none eipcnence lor -1 yearn itt men aa prolan J
yiir ueiere leu to the lot or any pht riclan .
bound In beautiful Fr nch num.iii, enihua
u cuTern, I'll pi.i. trnarante' a to tie a finer Wnr
ev.ry aenee utt'cbantcai. hu-rarr and nrufi a-
or.al than ar.v other work "ld In tlilx countrn
r ji.Do. or tne nrmey win he refunded In every
nance. I'rbe or.ly Sl.'w bv in til. pout l aid.
.uniratlvf aa'ii le tt reuta. .-ind now. (io'.d
edal awards d the author br the Natlo1 al Medical
"ociatlou, to the nicer. (.1 which he r- fi ra.
Ihir boon .hould be read by the vounir lor Jn-
ruction, and by the atlllcfil lor niiel It will
neflt all. London Lancet.
There Is no member ol fO'Mv to whom thin
ok win not be UIM, wnctner yout'i, parent
lard an, lrmnictor or Irrs ma'i. A.-i-onaut.
Adiircf" the EealxvlT Mulical IiifliOite. or I)r
'. II. Parker, No. I Ha'flLCh Street. II .Hton.
w ho av h ror.fniu-J on ail die' a re
.Iriro; .ki:l nnd eiperii'in e. ('h'onic anl ohrti
.te diceai that hat- battled Til? K I the
1 II of all o'her phv!elan a 11
iltv. Ml h treated file- rM I Ti; I I "
ul!v without an iio-t- 111 I Clilil
iceul fuilur .Mertion th:a paper.
1 1 1 1 1 K i;r.
It Is a harmlf" vivt ible syrup, wry l H.-iniH b
the tiHtc. I'.t lii'ves at oiue nnl is a positive curt1
WINTER oncl BRONCHIAL COUCH
are cured by tM. t-xiclb nt remedy.
JHrtftiom in tin lonfuitjrt acciimjfniy firry b-lllr.
AM, TiHF.sr. OF TIIK W.OoP, STOMACH,
Liver. Bowel-and Kldnev.; forall t!ltawrl2ln
nilnir In Imt airfTi-ol. of the MihuI. a Ann n.ln, sic k
H'ad:utie, Nervt.linnet, Kflllille M e:lk!l' l.ivi-r
('miplaint. ivpniiii, Jaundice. r.iliinini'M tirul
Ki lnev Hitt'inie., tliit niiilirlne i iilfidiitely "lire.
Tlilniiedlnin- dia-a not ointiilii i-nv ininirral. I" nb
dilutelv vi-iretablv, retnre the lilwl ton healthy
condition, reinilatlnir t'ire and fiiU'lying de
flcienclea, and prevent dlieai.
Virtctitm in ten tanguegts acn mpuny txtry IxAllt.
PAPILLON MFC. CO., CHICAGO.
FOB SALE BY ALL DnUOOISTS
'or Sale bv
PAUL G. SOHUII,
fecial Aiits. in this? oitv
1IEXKY E. TAYLon, Master.
UEOltUK JUliEs, Clerk.
ivca r.ducah forCilro daily (Sundays oxcept-
at s a. in., unci juonnu city ai i p. m. uetnrL-
leave! Cairo at 4 p.m.
City at 5 p.m.
i. B. SMITH.
tOnKHT A. SMITH
ilranil Central Store.
IRO. - - TLiLi.
2 flag S
rjiHE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinoia.
71 OHIO LEVKE.
A General Rankinir Hiisiness
rilO.S. V. HALIdDAY
jNTEItPRir?E SAVING BANK.
KXCLVSIVKLY A SAVINGS UA.N K.
TIIOH. V.IlA.lAAlj. ,
Trea- ii 'er.
.13! A. IN
' omiii'TcUl Avenue and Eighth Street
P. liliOSS. Prcmder.t.
II. WELLS, Cliii r.
T. J.K' rr
i, A'i-'I fain
V. ErnM. ....,
I'e-. r Neff
. . .Ca'ro I
- I William Woil...
.... " I CO. patter
,.. " I II. Wellr-
Clem. on, Caledonia.,
('. M O-trrloh..
E. A. liU'ler
AOE.NERAL BAXEIXfi Bl'SIN SnS UONK."
r.irnani."; o;u and bo'itrtit. Int.-reit ti'U l u
the Savlriifn Department. Collection, ma-ie ane
ail bu.lnen promptly attended tc.
fiEORGE HARRISON LEACH, M. I).
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON.
Special attention raid to the Homeopathic treat-
mint of .nriral disea.ea. and diseases of women
oFr it K On ll;h itreet. opncaito the rot-
ofr.ee, (.airo. III.
jR. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAI'OU, ELECTIiO-VAPOIt and MEDICATED
lady in attendance.
J)K. K W. WHITLOCK,
Orrui No. !3 Cornraerc'al Aver.nt, bttween
rr' i and Mi.th stroeta
- i - v
UjG fc 138 Com'l Ave.
have receive 1 a full and complete line
ol new I'jII and Winter
Cloaks, Dolmans, Notions, Etc.
A heavy stock of IJody Iiruselt, Taper
tnea and Inuratn
A full stock of Oil Clotht", all sizos and prices.
Clothing & Gsnts Furnish'g Gooris
A mil and complete atock Is now being
closed out at great bargains.
CJooda nt Hot torn PrioesI
W. 8T RATION, Cairo.
T, BIKU. Missouri.
STKATTON & MKD,
Mo. If Ohio Lctce, Cairo, l'l.
tAitenta American Powdor Co.
CLOUR, GRAIN AND HAT
Egyptian Flourin; Mills
flih8t Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Choice Seed Potatoes.
Northern Peachblows and lato New
York Barbank Potatoe?, finest ever brought
to this market, at New ork Store.
Freeh Oranges and Lemons just in.
To My Patrons I
Please take notice that on anJ after June
1st the prioa of ice will be 50 cents per 100
lbs., in less quantity at the rate of I't cents
per 1UU lbs.
Thanking my friends for the past favors
uu imping tur a continuance ot satne.
1 Kobt. A. Hewitt.
Sotice to t'onsumors of Ice.
The consumers and the nublic generally
will please t'ike notice that from and after
this date the price of ice delivered will bo
50 cents per 100 lbs., less quantity at the
rate of 7.3 cents per 100 lbs.
lbliHh tftke treat pleasure in supplying
my old Iriends and the public generally at
the above rates and will insure them a
trood delivery. Respectfully,
Caii O, June 1.
-N'pvcr Give Up.
If you are sufft-rinu with low and de-
po-hsed Hpirits, loss of appetite, general de
bility, disordered blood, weak constitution,
headache, or uny disease of a bilious na
ture, by all means procure a bottle of Elec
tric Bittern. You will be Burpritted to see
the rapid improvement that will follow;
you will be inspired with new life; strength
ami activity will return; pain and misery
will cease, and hencetorth you will rejoice
in the praise of Electric Bitters. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Barclay Bros. C
bncKion's Arnica salve
The Best Salve In the world for Cuts,
iiiuif.es, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands. Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It in guaranteed to give per
fect sttisfaption, or money refunded. Price
:) cents per box. For sale by Barclay
A Great Discovery.
Mr. W"m. Thomas, of Newton. Ia., says:
"My wife has been seriously hffected with
a cough lor twenty-five years, and this
spring more severely than ever before. She
had used many remedies without relief, and
being uri-ed to try Dr. King's New Dis
covery, did so, with most gratifying results.
The first bottle relieved her very much, and
t lie second oottie has absolutely cured her.
She Ins not had so good healthy for thirty
Trial bottles free at Barclays Bros" drug
store. Large size 41.00. 6
A Fair Offer.
The Voltaic Belt Co., of Marshall. Mich.,
offer to send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Voltaic
Belt and Electric Appliances on trial, for
thirty days, to men, old and yonng, afflict
ed with nervous debility, lost vitality, and
many other diseases.
See advertisement in this paper. 1
Sprains, lameness, pains and stiffness.
weak back or disease of the spine will be
immediately relieved on application of
Hop Pliis:er over the affected part. Its
penetrative power is wonderful. Warranted
to be the best made. (13)
!VA Happy Thought. Diamond Dves
are so perfect and so beautiful that it is a
pleasure to use them. Equally good for
dark or light colors. 10c. at druggists
Wills, Richardson & Co., Burlington. Vt
Sample Card, 32 color?, and book of direc
tions for 2c. stamp.
Would You Believe it.
Nature's tjreat remedy, Kidney-Wort, has
cured many obstinate cases of piles. This
most distressing malady generally arises
from constipation and a bad condition of
the bowels. Kidney-Wort acts at the same
time as a cathartic and a healing tonic, re
moves the cause, cures the disease and pro
motes a healthy state of the affected organs.
James F. Moyer, carriage Man'fr, of Myers-
town, i'a testifies to the great healing
powers of Kidney-Wort, having been cured
by it of a very bad case of piles which for
years had refused to yield to any other
Cheap Homes in Arkansas and Texas.
Along the line of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacitic Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands ot
acres of the choicest farming and grazing
lands in the world, ranging in price from
$2.00 to ;300 and $4.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
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 cron
!. iu ia uv yci linger in Mil mat Ol
1882. lo those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed fur money paid for tickets or freight
over, the Companies lines.
II. C. Towssesd, Gen'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
Mannfacturor and Dealer tn
t)th Streoi, between Com'l Ave. aud Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMTJ.VTTiON.
Safes Bsnatred. All Kinds ol Keja Made.
SUMMER LAW LECCRESfnlnn e..nui t,n(-
10th Jnly, 188i and end mth Heptomber. Hayo
proved of signal nse, -lst. to students who design
to Dursito their studies at this or other i..u si,At
8d, to those who propose to read privately; and 3d',
iu iriieunuin who nave not nan ine ailvnntiicfl or
systematic lusiruction. for clrctilaraddress (P.O.
Unlveraltvol Va.Uo.Iohn B. Minor. r.i m
aud Stat. Law. iU-lm '
'ntUUSDAY SIOUNING JUNE
The Daily Bulletin.
Mr. Norman, of the firm of Norman,
Blankeuahip & Co., manufacturers of wool
en goods, was in the city yesterday. He
reports an excellent outlook for their busi
ness for the coming season. Their mill ia
located at Harrinburg, Saline County, in
the midst of a wool growing country and
their manufacturers are standard articles.
Their jeins and cassimero clothes are equal
to any in the market, while the blankets
they are making tako the lead wherever
they have been introduced. Mr. Norman
informs us that their growing business
necessitated the adding of a now engine
and other machinery. Their supply of raw
material has heretofore been drawn largely
from Saline, Johnson, Popo and Marion
Counties; but they are now looking out for
the wool crop of Massac, Pulaski, Alexan
der and Union Counties.
Several members at Tuesday night's
meeting of the City Council seemed to have
come there with the precoticeivod purpose
of creating a devil of a 6tink ; and so well
did they succeed in this purpose, that a ver
batim report of all that was taid at this
meeting would not be fit for publication
even in the Police Gazette. The Aldermen
let themselves lone, so to speak, and they
floundered about in a pool of nastiness
created by themselves, with no other evi
dent purpose than to satisfy their own un
worthy passions, or to give vent to personal
hatreds and spites. Certainly, they could
not have exhibited themselves in a more
unfavorable light, shown their weaknesses
more strongly and striven harder to accom
plish nothing, than they did. It must have
been painful enough to most any one of or-
linary sensibility and sense, to sit there
and listen for an hour or longer to wild
rantings about things sprung upon the
spur of the moment, without any previous
deliberation at all, and to the offensive and
disconnected spuits of passion, iu which
the social condition of the city was repre
sented with a shameless disregard of ordi
nary decornun and of truth. But it was
worse still it was disgusting to see an Al
derman, who is expected, the moment he
enters the Council Chamber in his official
capacity, to lay aside all personal hatreds,
factioned feeling and selfish motives, and
to attend to the public business solely with
view to the general public good to see
him permit his dislike of persons to prompt
and guide his action in that body, with a
view solely to the injury ot the object of his
dislike; to seo him use his official position
and the authority thereby conferred upon
him, for the purpose of venting his spleen
against men whom be doesn't like any too
well for some reason of his own. There is
good reason to believe that if the Aldermen
who figured most prominently in this dis
graceful business will review their conduct
and words in a moment of calmness, they
will feel as heartily ashamed of themselves
as the audience that attended their exhibi
tion were disgusted.
Programme for the Musicale,
At the Residence of J. ,11. Lansilen,
Thursday Eve, Juno 5.
1. Duet Piano and Clairionct.
Prof, and Mrs. Storcr.
2. Ballad "Down by th River-side
I Stay" J. R.Rnomas
Miss Annie Riley.
3. Song "The Flower Girl". . . .Berignani
Miss Ttnnio Woodward.
4. Song "A Sentinel Am I," J. E. Watson
Mr. W. II. Butler.
"Merci Diletto Armici". .
Miss Clara Bobbins.
C. Wallz-"When the Blue Birds
Build Again" White
Miss Hattie McKee.
7. Piano Duet "Sanatina in C"...
Miss Mamie Jenkins and Mrs. Linsien.
. Magnetic Waltz Song "As light
ly I Fly" Arditi
Miss Mary Baker.
. Vocal Duet "Holy" Mother, Guido
His Footsteps Maritana
Misses Clara Robbius and Annie Rilev.
10. Piano Solo.
Miss Laura Yocum.
11. Song "The Last Farewell."
. Waltz Le Tritorella" Arditi
Miss Mamie Corliss.
13. Vocal Trio "Ave Maria".... B. Owen
Miss Clara Ribbins. Mrs. Lansden aud
Good Heading? for Boys and
We have just received tho June number
of Tho Kaleidoscope, which is ono of tho
few magazines designed to interest the
boys and girls of our land, in solid reading
that will instiuct them. It is a very neat
publication of 32 pages, and presents valu
able instruction in au exceedingly interest
ing style, i lie illustrations in it are lino
and it also has a song sort to music. Thero
are a number ot puzzles given with offers
of valuable prizes for their solutions.
"Useful Work for Young Hands" is an in
teresting aud profitable department. It is
publication of genuine merit and wo
cheerfully recommend it to our young
friends. It is published by W. S. Bond &
Co., York, Pa., at only 50 cents a year. The
publishers send sample copies tree and
want an agent in every county in the Uni
Mrs. Margaret Tynan. 231 E. 34th street.
New York, writes that she Buffered two
years with rhoumatism, and for five months
was in bed. Finally St. Jacobs Oil, the
great cotiquoror of pain, was tried and it
A Tvvo-I'olil Man iiVA,t liUV,
What ia this condition 0f thin"! to
day iu America, and in Massachusetts?
) hut is tho condition of tho law and
juiblio sentiment on this great subject?
Ihero is to nny one who studio caro'
fully a most curious and most illu"ical
confusion iu regard to tho whole mat
ter both of marriago and divorco, and
that confusion arises from this curious
fact: Both tho laws and public senti
ment of England nnd America to-day
aro the result of two truly contradic
tory ideals. Our common law for ex
ample, U basod on tho old Roman law
which has como down to us through
England, nnd which wo havo borrowed
from tho parent country. Under tho
old Roman law, marriago wns simply
a civil contract entered into voluntarily
uy u lutin mm a woman, ana recogniz
ed and protected by tho State; but it
could bo dissolved at any timo by tho
mutual consent of tho parties cuterin"
into this contract, precisely tho samo
as any business contract which you
choose to enter upon any business co
partnership which lasts as long as you
please, and is dissolved by mutual con
sent and ngreement. Divorco under
this Roman law was not as common as
you may think. Parties were held to
gether by ties which mado them wish
to continue them themselves; but there
was also a public sentiment in tho old
er and purer days, and it was carried
so far that tho husband wa.s severely
punished at law on account of abusing
his privileges. Hero is ono part of our
sentiment tho legal condition of tho
subject of marriago nnd divorce. Tho
other is canon law tho law of tho
church, which forbids divorco iu any
caso whatever. This law has been
dominant throughout Europe and in
every country whero tho church has ex
tended its sway, and until tho present
century mo canon law was supremo In
England, and thero was no possibility
of divorco except by special act of Par
liament, which, however was guilty of j
tho curious inconsistency of holding up !
tho state, church and occlesiasticaflaw
of marriago with ono hand and permit
ting escapo from it with tho other, aud
wo aro in this curious condition now,
though tho canon law is not supremo
and marriago is a civil contract. ' You
tako tho laws upon our statute books.
Some of them carry tho implication
that marriage is a sacrament; some of
them carry the implication that it is only
a civil sacrament, and they taik of it as
a divine sacrament never to bo annull
ed except as God has implied. Wo aro
in this illogical and contradictory posi
tion, both iu our law and public senti
ment, iiVr. M. J. Savage.
A scene occurred on the floor of tho
house to-day, during a discussion on
tho Wood-Peters contested election
case, such as is rarely witnessed. It
was cranks' day in tho houso and they
mado tho most of it. Tho fun began
with a two hours' speech from Mr.
Wood, tho contestant. Ho read his
spoeeh in tho central aisle, displaying
a portly figure of a man about 50 years
of ago in a bob-tailed coat and with a
country grocery air. It was tho great
est effort in his life.
But this was thcbluest of skim milk
by comparison with that which follow
ed. Judgo Bennett, of North Caroli
na, had mado a minority report in fa
vor of Wood, tho rest of tho committeo
on elections being unanimously on tho
other side. On his report Judgo Ben
net m..do a speech nearly two hours in
length, in which ho discussed constitu
tional law in tho most florid stylo and
pompous manner. He is a largo man
with a towering bald head, tlTo hair
having apparently all slipped down on
his chin, and has a voice liko a bull.
He raged and reared with ponderous
fury, aud was constantly guyed by tho
wnoio liouso unmercitullv. Every
time ho misquoted tho law tho law
yers laughed, and every timo ho slaiifh.
tered Latin a groan went up from tho
scholars, which set tho whulo houso in
a roar. This amused tho houso so im
mensely that one member after another
got up and gave Bennett additional
time, until they wore him out. He theu
convulsed the houso by asking permis
sion to rest awhile, filling in with Mr.
Pettiboue. This was granted, where
upon Pettibone amused tho houso still
more, his harangue being more litted
for field service than for tho houso of
When Bennett had again run down
tho house took a vote, which was prac
tically unanimous against him. In tho
vote to give Wood tho seat, only Ben
nett and Calamity Woller stood up
against the whole house, which result
was hailed with shouts of laughter.
Washington Cor. Philadelphia times.
Hot Water as a Kemcdy.
There is no remedy of such general
application and nono so easily attain
able as water, and yet nino persons in
ten will pass by it in an emergency to
seek for something of far less ellieacy.
Thero aro but few cases of illness
whero water should not occupy tho
highest placo ns a remedial agent.
A strip of flannel or a napkin folded
lengthwise and dipped in hot water
and wrung out and then applied
arouud tho neck of a child that has the
croup will usually bring relief iu ten
A towel folded several times aud
dipped in hot water and quickly wrung
and applied over the seat of tho pain
iu toothacho or neuralgia will gener
ally afford prompt relief. This treat
ment iu colic works liko magic. 1
havo seen cases that have resisted
other treatment for hours yield to this
in teu minutes. J here is nothing that
will so promptly cut short a congestion
of tho lungs, soro throat or rheuma
tism as hot water when applied prompt
ly nnd thoroughly.
Pioces of cotton batting dipped in
hot water and kept applied to old soros
or new cuts, bruises and sprains is tho
treatment now generally adopted in
hospitals. 1 havo seen a'sprained an
klo cured in au hour by showering it
with hot water, poured from a height
of threo feet.
Tepid water acts promptly as an
emetic, and hot water taken freely half
an hour before bedtimo is tho best of
cathartics in tho case of constipation,
while it has a most soothing effect on
tho stomach and bowels. This treat
ment continued for a few months, with
proper attention to diet, will euro any
curable enso of dyspepsia. Iltill'sJoiir'
W. P. Umbmn, mar editor of Tai BtruiTiii
arid ateamhoat passenger agent. Order! for all
klnda of steamboat Job printing aollclted. Office
at Ilower t European Hotel. No. 78 Ohio levee.
STAGES OP THE RIVER.
The rivor marked by the gauge at this
port at;o p. m. 20 feet 7 inches and fall
ing. Chattanooga, June 4. River 3 feet 10
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Juno 4.-River 11 feet 10
inches and fallinrr.
inches and falling.
4. River 5 feet 4
Nashville, Juno 4.-RWer 3 ft 8 inches
Pittsburg, June 4. River 2 feet 7 in.
ches and falling.
St Louis, June 4. River 17 ft. 8 inch.
es and rising.
The City of Providence trom Vicksburg
landed hero at 4:30 o'clock p. m. yester
day. She was light and was running like a
race horse. Departed for St. Louis at 5.
The Arkansas City from St. Louis passed
down for Vicksburg last night. She had a
The Andy Baum is due up early this
morning for Cincinnati. Remember round
trip tickets to Cincinnati and return to
Cairo only 13. Tho Baum now has tho
finest string band in the West secured es
pecially for tho excursion season.
The Hudson from St. Louis is due this
evening for Shawneetown. Capt. John
The Paris C. Brown from New Orleans
is due this evening for Cincinnati. She
left Memphis with tho Baum Tuesday
Mrs. Kimbrough received a telegram yes
terday from Capt. Kimbrough saying that
ho arrived at St. Louis yesterday with the
best trip that the boat ever carried.
The Goluen Rule from Cincinnati with a
big trip will pass down for tNew Orleans
The City of Baton Rouge, recognized as
the quickest thing the Anchor Line has on
tho track, is due up from New Orleans for
St. Louis this morning.
The City of New Orleans from St. Louis
is due at Cairo to-nk'ht for the V.
The Belle MemphiB leaves St. Louis this
evening for Vicksburg.
The Government steamer Mississippi left
here yesterday morning for the levees on
the Lower Mississippi.
The "Rads" will exercise great pains in
the convention at Chicogo to-day to secure
the itrongeat man for Samuel Tilden to
beat. Sam will get there this trip and it
will not result as it did when he beat
Hayes. Won't there be a wonderful tumble
ol Government teat-suckers?
Pres. Byrnes, an old river clerk, old in
experience not years of course, is m town.
Re has been visiting friends in Paducah.
Pres. has been in bad health for some time,
but is now on the mend.
Sy. Sutherland, a prominent Mississippi
River pilot, brought the towboat Mercer
up from New Orleans and returns from
here as a passonger on the Golden Rula
The Ohio has been withdrawn from the
Cincinnati and Memphis Packet Line, and
the Vint Shinkle will be replaced to fill the
Ohio's day. The Ohio will run the balance
of this season from Cincinnati to Hunting
ton. Expensive doctor bills might be saved
by a little prudence. Lyman Judd, Esq.,
of New Haven, Conn., was taken to his
homo m a carriago, suffering excruciating
pain from rheumatism. They thought he
was going to be laid up for a month or
more, and were about to send for a doctor,
but were advised to try Athlophoros. Let
him continue the narrative: "I commenced
with it at once and took it until two o'clock
the next morning. Then I fell asleeD and
slept the balance of the night, and awoke
the next morniDg free from anj ia
fact, my rheumatism was all gone.
Will be open for the reception of atiESTa
June 1st. Terms, 13.00 per week.
Dr. Barnum, a celebrated chemist, of
Louisville, gives the following analysis of
tho waters under date of October 3d, 1883:
Si'Bixa o. 1. To each litre (2.11 pts.)
Carb of Iron 32.5438
Chloride of Iron trace.
Sulphate of Iron trace.
Chloride of Sodium 443
Sulphate Alumina 12.014
Sulphate Lime 16.270
Sulphato Magnesia 6.000
Srmxo No. 2. To each litro (2.11 pts.)
Sulphate of Iron 11.280
Carbonate of Iron 0.730
Sulphate of Alumina qoq
Sulphate of Magnesia 2.090
Chlorido of Sodium 9.240
Chloride of Calcium 4.990
Sprixo No. 3. To each litre (2.11 pts.)
Oxide of Iron 3.226
Oxido of Aluminum 1.200
Sulphhate of Magnesia 4.800
Carbonic Acid Gas 2,800
Sulphureted Hydrogen Gas 7.820
(Signed) J. P. Barxtjst, M. D.,
Emory's Little Cathartic Pills are suffi
ciently powerful for tho most robust, yet
tho safest for children and weak constitu
tions. 15 cents. (7)