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THE DAILY (Unit) 'iJUliLK'i'iN; SATtiilbAV M0JlNlN(i OCTOBER 4, m.
UJNOIK GHNTKAL It. IT
Shortest and Quickest Kuute
Si. Louis and Ckicajro.
Tho Onlv ijino ltuuuinc;
O DAILY TRAIN
U From Cairo, -
Making Direct Connkotiow
firiK Laav Caiiiii: .
' Ui.UiU u ni. Mi.il,
Airivlngln St. Lul 00 a.m.: Chicago. s:Wp"-..
t'oniintiliitf l Odin aud Kmngliam (or Clnrlu
Datl. J.oulf villc, lndiafiapoli mid point !,
1 U ;'") j. in. Kant Ht. l.ouin itml
Arriving In fct Loul K:4 p. tu.,and rouui'Clliii
fur all point Wel.
3:45 j). in. b'unt KxprcuH.
For Ht. Loul and Chicago, arriving ut St. Lotu
IU'10 p. ni., and Chicago I'M a. m.
3:45 j.m Cincinnati KxproMH.
AirWInft at Cincinnati 7:f0 a. m.; Loulsvilh i-.Vi
a. m.; Indlauapolla 4:' a. in. Pua-engora bv
thli traiu reach the above pumta i:j lu : JO
HOUItti In advance of any other route.
ItfTlifl 8:5 a. m. express In I'l'I.I.MA'N
BOHKI'InU CAlt from Cairo tot lnclnnatl. wit U
out change, aud through lcepcr to ht. I.ovi.
Fasst Time Kjisl.
I'll UtfPlI P1N1 h lt" ,,IU! otroui!h to Kant.
J ilrCllJ;M via point without any dela
Cauaed by Sunday intervening. Tho (Saturday alter
ation train fioui Cairo arrive. Id tiew York .Monday
vorntug at 10:35. Thirty-ill boun lu advance 01
by other route,
1ST For through Uckot and further informaHt-u
liiiilr at Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
J. II. JONES, Ticxet Agent
A. II. HANSON. Geo. Fan . Attest. Cblcaeo
H. 11. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL l(. R.
Train depatt. Train, arr .
Mail ..U:2)a. t . tMall- 4: f a. til.
Kxprena S:45 p. m. I tExpre 11 :4r a. m.
$Si Loula ExJ2;i p. m. I tSt l.oui Ex s!:15 p. m.
I. c. k. it (Suuthcru Division!
..4:4'. a.m . O. Ex ,.il:io a. m.
tilt. L. Kx..
,.IO:ia in. tN.O. Kx... 11:10 a.m.
.. S 45 p.m. I tN.O. Ex..
BT. I.. I. M. K. H.
.10:. p.m. I Express
7:4" p.m. tst.L. Mall.
...: a. ia tit. L. Kx..
W., ST. L. ft P. K. It.
Mall 4 KX-....4 :00a.m. Mall & Ex.. -9.30p.rn,
A ecu in 4:00 p. di. 'Accum o;nia.m,
Frtjixbt - 7 :45 a.m. Freight. i:4.' p.m.
MOBILE OHIO R. H.
Vail 5:Ma.ra. Mail :frip.m
Dully except Sunday, t Dullv.
0. K. R (through lock mall).. 8 a.m.
,.ll:'KJa m 3p. ro
..K 80 p.m. 8 p. m.
,..4:3i) p.m. p. m.
..3:wp,n. 9 p. ro
,., t a. m. It p. m.
.. li noon 7 a. ni.
...4 p. m. II a. m.
p. m, 8 p. m
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" (HoDthern Dlv.
Iron Mountain li. K
Wabanh K. K.......
Texaa A m. Loula K. H....
Mi i hlver arrive Wed., hat. Mon.
' depart Wed , Krl. 4 Hun.
f O. sen. del. opm from 7:auam to 7:30 pm
P.O. box del. open from 8 a.m. to Dp. in.
Handajra get. del. open from... .8a. m. to lOa.iu.
8uudav box del. open from.. ..6 a. m. to 10:30 arc
Mr-NOTK.-Cbaniia will ft publlahed from
timu lo tlmfl In cltjr papera. lani!e your card ac
' cordluttly. WM. al. ilUUpUY. P. M
Mutual Life Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
drcranizi'tl December, 1883, Under Uie
Law of 1883.
KncccMor to Widow and Orphan Muinal Aid So
duty, oriranlzucl Juiy 4th, 1H77, under
thu law of 187.
JOHN H. ItOISINSON - l'reaidunt
WM. BTKATi'.iN Vlce-Prtaldent
J. A.UOLDSTINK Trauror
(!. W. D0NNINO Medical Adviaet
THOMAS LEWIS Screl.ir
BOARD OP DIRECTOR roil 1st YEAR.
Wm. Htrton,StrMton lllrd, t'rorcre, Culm, III.
J. A. (toldatluu, oftioldollnu A Hoaeiiwntvr, wliol
alu and retail dry Kood;C. W. OunuiUK. M. 1'.;
Prtii.ltd. Med. Kx., for I'enalona; Albert Levels,
commlaalon murchant: Jv 11 Hoblinou, county
Juds an-t notary public; Wm. K. Pitcher, com.
lirokur and limurance avent: It. II. Ilnlrd, cliy
street mpervlaor; M. Phillip, carpt.nter and bullet
er; Thoma Lewla, attorney and aecretarr ; K. V.
P:erce,atlorney t-law, l)u(tioln III. ; K. C. Pate
cannier of Centennial Iluiiu, Aahlvy.lll.j Albert
Hayden, caahler of Ooorue Connelly A Co., fprlnn
Held. Ill 1 11. M Mnnn, attorney-at-law, liltl Una
dolphalruut, ChlcKo; Hon. Kobt.A. Hatcher, at-torney-atlaw,
CharleKtnn, Mo. H. Leihton
caibior Plrt National Hank, htuiirt. Iowa.
Stati of Ili.iniii 1 Circuit Court of ald
a County. In Chuu
Coumtt or Al.K!:NUiu I eery.
Otia A. Oshorn, Carol I nf K. (Inborn, Adnllnn Poor,
(leorgD A. Poor, Alinlra Poor nnd tivan Poor,
John Wolf. Henry Wolf, Mr Wolf vlft of Hmiry
Wolf, Kftnnv Hhriver, JcfTermm Nhrlver,
Loulra Allen. Auna Mary Jarrutt,
und Kll.a Kialier,
Bill In Clmncory for Partition.
Public Niitlcfl la lnrehy glwn that. In iurBimnro
of adorn1 niatlo and entered by hiiIiI court in tho
almve entltlpd cauao, on the IHth day of Kept., A. J).
IHtil, I, Alexander II. lrvln, Mauler in Chancery , of
thu circuit court of mild county, will, on
TUB Wild DAY Or OCTOllKII, lWI,t
at tho hour of 11 o'clock in thn forenoon, ut tho
Honthwealerly door of the court bonne, In tbu city of
Cairo, county ot Alexander and tnti of Illlnol. aell
at public auction, to tho hlulieat anil beat
bidder for caah. all and altitfiilar,
the following deacrllied preuilae and real eatnln
in aid decree mentioned, altuatM in the Klrat
addition to thn city of Cairo, in the county of Alex
ander and tate of Illlnola, or much thereof a
hall be iillllclent to aatlafy ald decren, to-wit:
Lot nnmliered three (it) ami four (I), In block nuiu
liOTod forty-eluht (48), .
Dated Cairo, III.. Hept, tilth, IHs-t.
, MiiHter In Chancery.
0o, Fiilior, Complainant' Solicitor.
LAST EXCUHS10N !
--of I hu year to
ILL. CEN.. It. II.
Tuesday, Oct. 7
Special train leaving Cairo t.1:Uj a. m and nrrlr
inn at Chicago at H:W p. in., rmnu day.
Faro to Chicago iV- Koturn
A flue opportunity or vlHltliiK tho Chicago Ex
piiHltlon Willi ita many an I varied attraction,
co' iblultii; uvurylhliiK to pk-aae and inctinci.
f"Tit Ket foorl to re turn on until Oct. tf'th.
K.T. JKKPKItV.Oen. Hupi.
J. P. Al UltlSY, (ieii, Wcat. Paa. At.
' A. II. HANhON, (ieu. Paaa.Ai-l.
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Miulo to OrtUr.
8lli St., hot. Ohio Levee A Commercial Avo.
Ri'liairiiij neatly done at short, notice.
Manofucturor and Dealer in
8'.h Street, between Com'l Avo. aud Levee.'
CHOKE BORINCJ A SPEC! At I T
ALL KIN08 OP AMCMTION.
Wo, HiH'reit. All Kluil. .il K';v M''dA.
KLOUK, (iHAINAND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mil Is
HUrb-nt C1 Pri-e Paid for WJi at.
Tins Regular Cairo 4 Paducali Daily
a& GUS FOWLER
IIBNItY E. TAYLOH, Mater.
UKOItOi: JOliEs, Clerk.
l.ivc Piducali forCiIro dally (4.inday except
ed) at 8 a. in., and Mound City at 1 p. m. Kettirc
uk, leavet Cairo at 4 p.m. : Mound City at 5 p. m
' Mrs. Emily Jtowers
Mr. AMANDA CLARK'SOX, Agent.
Next Alexander Co. Hunk, Hth St
(jf-Uood Stock and Price KcAtonahlc.SFf
CAIRO SIAR LAUNDRY.
I would reRpcctfully announco to tho cltlzous of
Cairo that I hav.t opened and uni carrylnir on a
nrt clan laundiy In the rear of Winter' Illock.
on Seventh trcet, where I am prepared to do all
klndn of work in my line lu a superior and work
manahlp atyla, defying competition aud ut rounon
able fliruacp. All woik unuran.eed, and prompt
payment If any Roods are loat.
M AKY HENNELY.
N. 11. Rntrnnrc to laundry, through 'lie private
entrance to S Inter' Illock. 1 lit Km
Caveat, le-luo and Trade-Mark aecii'ed. and
all other patent cauac in the l atent Olllcu and
liuloru the Court promptly and carefully attended
Upon rorelpt of model nr ketch of lnvontion, I
muke careful examination, and adviau a to
pntentabllttv Kreu of Charge,
KICKS MoDICKATU, niid I mnko NO CHA1IQK
UNLESS PATENT IS SECUKEU. Inlormatlon,
advice and apecuil reference ent on application.
J. H. L1TTKLL, Wualilutitou, 0. C.
NeirU. S, Patent Olllce.
A LADY of ABILITY
Tocnnva for Madame 0,-wold'
Patent hktrt Hupport'iiK Coraet and
Skirt aiipporter, n Cairo lid vlilnl
ty. Thene are without ft rival. Seud
J. 11 prjTNAM.Oup.At't.,
l',H Statu Street,' Chicago
OK 'I'Hb! HUMAN HUhY KNLAHiKlf DKVkT
Orf-;i. HTKKNUTlOCNKn,'' Ktn., nn jntprvnttn
li wbmt t h In. On t ho onnfrary, thi'inlvnrtim'rnn
Am Dr. KEAM.
Nu, ill Kunra lluu Nr HIiIomo IM
UMIIhaa IMIII, ll III! IimUii all I'M
vaU, Marvaua, Oluviili and HvieUI dlr
un,atanuriMM, ImpnOacy (maal
., laranai-llrlaaMladJiHMi.tlo. Un
lir. Ktta It Ida oulr ptiyalclui la lb
aiiv ihfti ar)ntt rara ar vdimv. IN
W Ularuttaa lawk, mir iawhUu, Ik tr wtlU
THE GREAT GERMAN
ltollevM and cure
II E A DA til E, TOOTHACHE.
Soroneit, Cut, Bruit,
And all other limlily ache
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
Hold by all IiniKght and
liealera. illreclluiia In 11
The Charles A. Vogeler Co.
( tg A. V0UKUK k CO.)
llHltiiuorr, 91l., I'.M. A.
Ca Jft n Q Crlt'k,Hpralu,WrucbMi,Uhu.
rl rK 1 U I nutlaiu, Neuralirla, flclatlca,
I'leurlir 1'aliii, Btitch In tho
8lda, Uackoche, Bwullen JuloU,
Ili-art lilaeaHe, Bore Huaclea,
Pain In the Cheat, and all pain aud ache elthor local or
doaiHuuUxl are Inntautly nlluveil and xllly cured by
ttia well-known Hup flatter. oniKiuiulod, a. It la, of
tho medklnalTlrtuoaof frenb Hop., Uuma, ItalMunaand
Kitracta, It la Indeed tht bat ln-kllllnK, Umulatlnif,
oothlnKandstrenirthenlnK Hornu I'laator ever nuulo.
Hup I'Uuttrt are aold by all drutfM. and oountry itorva,
r cenu or uvo ror 51 w. i ja. ,
Mailed oa receipt of H 11 ft'
l'roprletora and Hanu
fwHurere, Bof m,M&sa.
. - j. - . . . . .
ftfOalcd t'Jii(ue, txivti braxUx, Hiir Ktomtuili and liver
Swept into the Stream.
Ouo Thousanil Acres of Land and
"Ri!?Iit Smart of Bears."
On the deck of a bl MUalnBlppl ttcamboat
stood an ai;ed Southern planter, Indicating by a
tweep of hi arm the waiera the boat vai paealng
over, ho eaid to a paaen),'t'r from thi North:
"When I waa twelve year old I killed my flnt
bear on a new plantation my father waa then cut
tine out of a foro-t that grew directly oyer the
water of this bt-ud. That waa a mighty good
plantation, and there wa-i tight imart of bear
there, too. But that oae thousand a:re of land
went Into the M asl'mppl year ago.'!
It I putting no etraln tipon the figure to ray
that great forum of youth lul nope, worn n)y
beauty and manly atrength are iwcpt in the same
way every year Into tie great, turbid torrent of
dlaeaae aud death. Yet it abou.d not be so. That
It i ao la a dirgrace ad well a a loa. People
are largely too careleo or too atupid to delend
their owa Interests the mort precious of which
I health. That gone, all Is gone. Dtseaae I
i.mplo, but to recklersnc or lgnoranee, the
impleit things might as well bo complex a a
proposition in Conic Section. Aa the huge
Western rivers, which o often flood the cities
along their shoie, arise In a few mountain spring
so all our ailinem can be traced to Impure blood
and a mall group of disordered organ.
The moat elective aud Inclusive remedy for (lis
easo le PAUKEIt'S TONIC. It got to the
eource of pain aud weakness. In response to It
action, the liver, kidneys, stomach and heart be
pin their work afresh, and disease I drivan out.
The Tonic is not, however, an intoxicant, hut
cure a desire tor strong drink. Uve you dys
pepsia, rheumatism, or trouble which have refin
ed to yield to other agent? Here 1 your help.
LIST OF LETTEltS REMAINING UNCALLED
FOlt IN THE POSTOKFICK AT CAIRO, ILL.,
BATUUDAY, 0CT011EH 4," 1884.
D ireey, Cora
Handle", M L
Roliins m, Annie,
Oord, A F
Bullard, II A
Davis, J W
Borns, I M
Dickinson, I A
Dean, James E
Eiinew, E R
Edgerton, Charles Howell, Frank M
llernona, i u iiockaaj', Will
Hall, R B Heath, M R
Hill, F L Howard, Jno-M
Jonc9, Fred Johnson, Geo.
Koehr, Herman Kyser Geo
Keilhome, Chris Lcc.SW
Lock, Robio Login, Pastlicamcy 2
Lcnninor, Louis Mitchell, Richard
McFaddin, Martin Mason, Melford
Murdock, Charles McGectice, Anderson
Owens, T II O'Conncll, James
Outlaw, Geo Owlbridgc, A J
Powers, 0 P Philips, Keraota
Planters Hotel Rotineyer, Win
Rusbo'.I, C E Hmith, Wm
Steavens, Luman Scruges, T J
Scott, Jim Thompson, W E
Thompson, II E Vitto, Mic
Voorhccs, llnrrey Woods, Wm E
Woodruff, J A Watson, J J
Wood, Hencry D ' Witkam, Edgar A
Persons calling for the above letters will
please say advertised.
Wat. M. Muupnr, Postmaster.
Advice to Mothers.
Aro you disturbed at night and b";ken
of your rest by a sick child Buffering nnd
crying with pain of cutting teeth! If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
llevo the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistuko about it. It cures dysentery aud
diarrhrca, regulates the stomach and bow
els, curea,wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces In Humiliation, and gives tone and
energy to tho whole system. Mrs, WinB
low'u Soothing Syrup for Childron Teething
Is pleasant to the taste, nnd is tho prescrip
tion of one of the oldest nnd bout femnlo
nurses and physicians in the Unitud Statos,
andlsforsaloby all druggists throughout
tho world. Prico OH centi a bottle,
The Daily Bulletin,
OFFICIAL PAPEH OP ALEXANDER COUNTY (
KNTBKED AT Til It CAIUO POHTOFFICB Full
TRANSMISSION TllllOUUUTHK MAILS AT
SECOND CLASS It AT KB.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Tho New York World says Buu But
ler is like butter; the more lie spreads him
self thethiuncrhe becomo3.
On our local page today will bo found
a striking and instructive illustration of the
comparative worth of the various kinds of
baking powders now in the market.
The St. Paul Olobe thinks tl.o bottom
has fallen out of the Republican campaign.
From tho way the movemeut is spreading
all over the country, we rather agree with
Wash Fletcher, colored, was hung ut
Paducah yestuiday at 11 o'clock for tho.
murder of his wife in June. Ho wat very
penitent, spoilt the night ia praxer and
went the way of all murderers.
The Urge windows of M. J. Uowley'B
office, since yesterday, sports an artistically
lettered sign that tells tho passers-by that
there is where real estate and insurance is
dealt cut ia largo or small dosus.
Tho old reliable Second ward organ
ized u Democratic club composed exclu-.
sively of white men Thursday night, with
Capt. W.M. Williams, president, and Louis
Bross, secretary. After tho meeting tho
club marched, to tho strains of Democratic
martial band to tho new flag pole whero a
stirring address, full of pith and point, was
delivered by Hon. D. T. Linegar.
During present tour tho Louisville
base ball club has played four games and
lost four of them. It is understood that
telegrams have been received here explain
ing that they would have lost the fifth
game put for lack of time to play it. Upon
tho return of.the club they will be received
at the depot by a Kaz-io band and conduct
ed to the work house. Louisville Times.
It was a large aud enthusiastic meet
ing held in the Fifth ward Thursday night.
The Democrats of that ward are not walk
ing around merely to save funeral expenses.
Their club organized numbers nearly a
hundred already, with James Carroll for
president and John Z'mno for secretary.
If Carter Harrison does not have a rousing
reception, it will not be the fault of the
boys of tho Fifth ward.
Two of tho Presidential candidates
own palatial residences in Washington
which they dojnot occupy. General Butler
receives from his a rental of f 24,000 per
annum, and Blaine lets his for f 13,000
Both these men owe their fortunes chiefly
to the favor of great corporations. Blaine
became wealthy by an industrious devotion
to the spirit of his pledge to Fisher, not to
be a "dead head in Jthe enterprise."
The Wabash company have sent out
broadcast over the land - handsome colored
bills with pictures of Cleveland, Blaino and
Butler, and headed, "When - you vote, re
member this is a nation," and tailed, "Let
your election ticket read any way you
please, but be euro your railroad ticket
reads via the Wabash." In their designs
for printing tho Wabish is always just a
little ahead of all competitors.
The Prohibitionists beforo tho election
are respectable in numbers and St. John
has a following in this district now that
would be causo for rejoicing if ho knew it
but they, liko the Irishman's flea, are not
there when wanted. The ballot box finds
them somewhere else. They thunder in
the index, rumble in tho text, but simmer
and splutter and die out when time for
work comes. Out of tho hundreds in tho
district who are shouting for St. John and
prohibition, a corporal's guard will vote
tho ticket; but the Republicans leavo prin
ciple to take care of itself and will voto
for Blaine and Logan.
The campaign is beginning to show
signs of warming up, und the political pot
will soon be bubbling nnd Blmmering at a
tremendous rate. All tho Illinois big
guns personally interested in tho campaign
will pay Cairo a visit, It has been a long
timo since southern Illinois, and particu
larly Alexander county, has been so hon
ored. Oa tho 11th wo will havo Oglesby;
on tho 10th Carter Harrison, who, we pause
to remark, it is tho gcueral opinion, will bo
the next Governor of Illinois; and on the
17th will cooio Johu A. Logan, who in
after yours will'bo spokoa of as the man
who was defeated on the Presidential tick
et in 1884,
The men who cornered com in Chicago
ud forced it up to $1 a bushel, nro left
with over lliruo million bunticU on their
hand which they must get rid of beforo the
new crop comes in. This, they say means
another "stiueeze" for October. A little
sort of sido show of the samo kind of a cor
ner was run in St. Louis, nnd the men who
havo lBt nro making the usual threat of
protesting the obligation. We hope that it
will bo done, not on account of any sym
pathy for tho losers, but because the whole
system Is villianous. Gambling in bread
stuffs, when cards and dice can be bought
and stocked und cogaod nfler they aro
bought, has no cxcuho in Justice or exped
iency. - Every timo thoro is a protest from
the losing gamblors, the overthrow of op
tional gambling is hastened.
To tho ladles: As tho timo is new at
hnnd.wl.on fall and winter dresses aud
wraps are to bo mnde we have decided to
make tho following offer, lu order to show
every lady the eloganco perfection and
style of tho fitting done by our Lo Bon
Tun System of Garment Cutting. We will
send to any lady mentioning this paper, a
basque, polouuihu, wrapper, skitt and over
skirt pattern lull Bet of five patterns fur
SO cent. Cloak, circular or dolmau put
tern for 15 cents; infant's health wardrobe,
10 patterns, DO cents; infant's fust short
clothes, 10 patterns, UO cents. Sent free
by mail upon receipt of price. Send bust,
waist and under arm measure; also length
of back and front from neck to waist lino,
Address Bonton System Co., Alliance, 0.
Isn't it aln.ut time for tho county
Democratic ctn'rul committee to nwuke or
be startled out of its Rip Van Winkle
sleep and go to work in earnest. If tho
committee, ns a committee, has done any
thing so far we have failed to hear of it.
In less than two weeks tho Democratic
standard bearer ot Illinois will bo in Cairo
and bo welcomed by from twenty to fifty
thousand people. May wo be permitted to
ask what has thu county central committee
done towards arranging1 for their reception?
How much money have they in tho treas
uiy with which to pny tho several hundred
dollars expense that must bo incurred?
Accommodation must be provided, music
must be obtained and paid for none but
newspapers aro expectod to blow for nolh
ing and a hundred other things, costly
but necessary, tho committeo will be re
quired to meet. Now is the timo for work,
and if there is any number of the commit
tee who lacks the timo and inclination to
do his duty at once, he should step down
and out and a live man be put in his place.
Society is in a pucker over the question,
"Shall our girls whistle?" Of course they
may, if they strencthe their lungs by using
tho great Dr. Bulls Cough Syrup.
"A Mountain Pink."
Tho audience that greeted this troupe
was 'good, not as largo t aa they deserved,
but was very appreciative. The play is an
interesting, pure, romantic melodrama, rep
resentative of a phase ot American life
which, when delineated in song, book or
play, will forever possess an attraction Tho
action is natural, tho language well chosen,
and there is a most happy and effective
mingling of comedy and serious passages
which tend to strengthen and define each
other. The plot is known to the majority
of theatre-goers, and tho merits of tho piece
aro so familiar that they need not bo re
counted at length on this occasion. Miss
Bella Moore is an Ideal Sincerity Weeks,
pretty, graceful and romping without being
coarse. Her support was excellent. Haona
as Jack Weeks, Miller as Harold Wilmot,
Baker as Col. Trafton, were all first-class.
The same may be said of Kennedy as Scip,
and Compston as tho King of Moonshiners;
on the wholo tho play was a success and
will bo repeated to-night. For a matinee
the play will be Mary Anderson's great sue
cess, "Pygmaleon and Galatea."
Over his notarial seal Mr. Harry Wil
limns, Greenville, California, certifies that
Mrs. A. Williams was suffering with pain
in tho back so severs she was unable to
turn, and was delirious. When the case as
sumed an alarming stage, one application
of St. Jacobs Oil was made externally, after
several remedies had been tried and tailed
The patient slept soundly until morning
and got up entirely cured. Ho thinks it
his duty to cudorso the great conqueror of
The Gus Fowler was the only departure
Still hot, with no favorablo prospect of
The Arkansas City, from Vicksburg is
duo up to-night for St. Louis.
The City of St. L'mis leaves tho Fuluro
City this evening for New Orleans.
ThO City of Vicksburg passed down for
Memphis and Vicksburg last night.
Tho necktie party came off yesterday at
Paducah. Wash Flotchcr woro the cravat.
Tho City of Now Orleans from tho south
will report here this morning for St.
The City of Helena leaves St. Louis this
evening for Vicksburg, and is duo hero to
Steamers John S. Hopkins and Dexter
will fall into line again next week in the
Evansvillo nod Paducah trade.
A party of ladies nnd gentlemen from
Paducah will arrive hero this evening to
sco Bella Mooro in "A Mountain Pink."
Tho Chns. P. Choteau, from New Or
leans arrived hem last evening nt 7 o'clock
and depnrted this morning back for New
Remember that $7 Will procure a ticket '(
on tho Hudson from Cairo to St. Louis and
return, leaving here this evening, meals
and room in port Included. 8eo W. P.
Lnmbdln, passenger agent, and gut tick
ets. Capt. T. N. Klmbrough Is now in St.
Louis on business pertaining to the loss of
his boat, and purchasing furniture for his
new hnusq on the corner Sixth and Com
mercial, which will bo & valuabto addition
to tho Wavorl? Hotel adjoining, which ho
ii also proprietor of.
For a Good Meal
or a good room, go to DeBaun's 56 Ohio
levee. - '," 'tf
On account of the low price of flour, I
have increased the size and weight of ray
loaves an I now offer to the public a larger -loaf
of better quality than any baker in the
city. Frank Khatkt.
10 11 in '
For the Best Oysters,
go to DuUuun'e, 00 Ohio levee. tf
New Stock of Millinery Goods.
Mrs. K. C. Walsh has received from
Now York and St. Louis her new stock of
millinery aud fancy goods and cloaks and
Jersey jackets. She kindly invites the la
dies to call nnd examine her stock at the
store formerly occupied by Mrs. McLean,
on Liirhth street.
Look for the Bed Light,
at DeBaun's GO Ohio levee.
Special Term of the Circuit Court.
A special term of tho circuit court of
Alexander county, in the stato of Illinois,
lor tho transaction or common law. chan
cery and criminal business has been this
hy called to convene at the court bouse in
the city of Cairo on Monday, November
10th, 1881, at 3 o'clock 1. M.
Alkx II. Irvin, Clerk.
Cairn, III., Sept. 20th, 1884.
Only the Best Brand of Oysters, '
at DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee. tf
Mis. L. E. Williamson
huB returned home from Ht. Louis
after an absence of several days, hav
ing purchased a largo stock of , all
the latest novelties and styles
in millcncry and fancy goods, although the
majority ot her stock has been bought in
New York, of the famous houses of Sulli
van, Dure & Co., and W. II. Lyons, of
- - . :; . .i-?i ,m
which sue is receiving uany. it
Open Day and Night.
DcBuun's restaurant, 50 Ohio levco.
An Answer Wanted.
Can any one bring us a case of Kidnev
or Liver complaint that Electric Bitters
will not speedily cure ? We say they can
not, as thousands of 'cases already perma
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ing Electric Bitters, will prove. Bright s
disease, diabetes, weak back, or any urinary
complaint quickly cured. Thby purify the
blood, regulate the bowels, and act direct
ly on tho diseased parts. Every bottle guar
anteed. For salo at 50c. a bottlo by Barclay
Bros." . (1)
BucKien's Arnica Salve
Tho Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
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cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
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25 rents rter box. For Dale bv Barclay
A Lawyer's Opinion of Interest to all.
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of Winona, Minn., writes: "After using it
for more than three years, I take great
pleasure in sating that I regard Dr. King's
New Discovery for consumption, as the
best remedy in the world for coughs and
colds. It has never failed to cure the most
severe colds I have had, and invariably re
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Trial bottles of this sure cure for all
throat and lung diseases may be bad free
at Barcluy Bros' drug store. Large size,
A Popular Fallacy.
Many people think that rheumatism can
not be cured. It is caused by a bad state
of the blood which deposits poisonous mat
ter in tho joints and muscles, causing lame
ness, stiffness nnd swelling of the joints and
excrutiating pains. Kidney-Wort will cer
tainly effect a cure. It vets on the kid
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the blood, and eliminates the poison from
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A Fair Offer.
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall. Mich.
offer to Bend Dr. Dye's Voltaic Belt and
Applicances on trial, for thirty days, to
men. old or vounrr. allhctod with nervout
debility, lost vitality and kindred troubles.
See advertisement in this paper. 3
Tho universal verdict, "The Hop Plaster
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Don't Spill the Milk. .
"Diero is no use crying over spilled
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your hair, thoro is no use crying over that,
eitber. Tako both timo and yourself by
tho toreluck while there is a torelock left.
Apply Parker's Hair Balsam to your hair
before matters get worse. It will arrest
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perfect dressing withal, clean, richly per
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CI'" Keen this in mind. In the Dia
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