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BY MAIL i'OiT-PAII. I
Exnati'ted V laoty Neryooa and I'tiyicai Ue
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fur all acute and cbronic dlec, each one ol
Wjich ina unble. so to.ind 'T tt.e Antrx.r.
wrioae experience fur ,13 yearal ncb a prolialnj
D Tr before fell tu Hie lot of any pbveician .
pane, hound In beautiful French muai in, embo"
e J cuer, I'll irMt, vuarate d tu be finer wr
in e ry taut mccbaulc.l, htcriry ,nd prulci
total tbau iot otberwork mid In this countn
fort ML or the roiuey will be refunded In ever
Instance, t'ttco or: I y ll.ui hr mil, poet raid
Illuiiritlvc tarn le 0 retita. send now. Ohio
medal awarded the anthor bv the N'alto al Medln'
Association, 10 the Ulcer ol which be r ter
The Scl. rce ol Lif rbou d hi- rmA hy t,bi- yourn
f ir In.tru t on, ai d h tin- afflicted for lelkf. It
will benefit al . London Lai cel.
Tberv i no member nl ocitt lo nom the fc I
ence of Life an rot bo ui-.:lul, b tner youth,
jinr- t i Kuardiau, lriiirucUir or k'U u.an Ar(o
lia'it. Addrc the TenSody edlcl 'nlit ute. or II
W. M I'.mer, No, t Ba rli.c bt et. liwtoi
M..U" me b- cou.a'.ied ou all ila ao ri
qul-lnir eklil and experieiiru I home aD'1 olit'
Date dlai that bar huflled I J 1? A I tbr
aiiiul all oher pby.'.rlan a ."
Halty. harh treated auc- ri I 1 V C I Y
remfullr without an In.t 1111 uTihl
anceol failure Mention tht pa:er.
17 St. Chulei St. St. W0IS, MO
A. regular Oradnata o. vwo medical
eellegn. bai bn Iuuk'i fi ! iu Uif Irea'
nn'nt of ( liroiilc?, N arvo ia, rUin and
Jlloo.l Ularatr, than any ot'ier ( In "Irian In
ru liil. at city paja-rt afn-w .no all Id rral
denlikiiow, LuutuUallon ttirTre Ol Ut n.all.
fret and ln,l A frlrroll ' t.ik or m. opinion
eoati noililnif. When 111. I ifi.f fU'.enl Ui t mi
the city for trealii.fnl. nj'dir.ne' -an Knt
y mall or ire rrbi. curabx
giaranlreil: where duubl ai .U 'raolly
autrd. tail or Write.
"irroel Proftratloe, Debliitr, alaeiAi aad
p. . - - -
fhyil.al Htdifii, Hrtailt am JfcJ
kflettlo.'i of Tkreat, Sklaa4 Bom, tloo4
InparitleJ aid Blood P'''i:v'il'fljr
tloei, Old Him aid Cleer. leiaatlaeeta jj
Marriage Eknutlim, Pllei. Spaelal
taatloe te taate froi otefworked rrla.
tl BOICALCASIt recelre ipoHal jl tentf oa,
Dlataiee arlal tmm laipridenrea . JjiMft
bdilrescM or ExpotirM,
It ll aelf.eTtdent that a phYilclan tyln
particular attention to a clai if cak atialm
treat tatll. and pliyalrlani In regular .fcclk
all oer the country knowln tlila. fro nlly
recommend eeata to the olde.t ofllce tr A merl
ca where every knows apilianc It e or tec
to, and the proveil nooii remli 'f au
a' and countrlet are eed, A whole fcinn Ir
aied forolllce purpraea.andallare treaf : altn
kill In a rr'triil manner! aad, know n
what to do, noirtnjtiu are made, in -c-tount
of the rreet nueiber ri'lylnr, the
tharirMarekepflow, often lower than it t
Baauaed by ofiera. If you aecure the ekl I n
fela.peeily and iriert life cure, thai .he
raportanl matter. PauipUieU U pnea, bint
to any addreai free.
PLATES. MARRIAGE GUIDE I
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followliie aubJei-Ui Who may marry whon it
wbyr I'roreraneto marrv. Whoniarry flr ,
Manhood, Womanhood. Phy'ral decay. W .a
huuld inarrr. How lire and liawdneM may e
Increaied. Those married or ronteniptat' '
marrying ihouid read It. ltonRht to be rea j
by all adult penoni, then kept under lock a. I
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Mutual Life Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December. 1883, Under tb
Law of 1883.
kincccMorto Widow and Orphan. Mumai Aid M
Clety, 0 ganlaed July 4th, 1877, no'
tb law of Jtf?.
.TOHS II. HOBIN8UN Prui.Uot
WM.fli'KAl'i' N Vice P'laldol.
J. A. UOLUSTINB Ttea.ui. i
f?. W. lid ,NI0.... MefitcKl Advlnel
TUOMA9 LEWIS 8ccreta
BOARD OF DIRECTOR fob 1T YEAR.
Win. htrntioii.Btrntton lilrd. ro'.ora, t'u'.n, t'l.
J. A. (toldetltie. olHolilmlne , It.'.v,wi.ier. hole
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nsi. .IHIII.-1III mi p..,..,, v., ,
Prin. Bd. Med Kx , lor F namtie; Ailmtl l.ewla.
eomnilaalon inorcnuni: j. ii miniiiaoii, ronnn
luil ne an notary public; Win, K. I'itcliut, e.mi
broker and inatirance anunt: K. II Put-d, niy
treet I'ipervUor; M I'h III: i,cnrp nter nnd biilnl
eri Tboma Lewta, atlornev and aecri'tnrf . V .
P:erce.ttorney-at-lRW, Dutinoln III K.O. Par
caahler of ''entennlal Bain, Arlilev.lll t Albert
Havden, caahler of Uuorite f'onim ly A Co., Npnnii
fiel'd, M II. M mnn, attorney-at-nw, IHtt Kn.i
doiph lireet, riileacoi 1 on. Kohl. A lliitfi'i". hI
lornov-at law, Charleaton. Mo I !i i.i'li-htor
aeaniar I'lral Smlnnal anil. sniHrt. .w
oblainoil.and all Patent Bii'lucs attninleil to for
for modern feel, ,
Our oftio It ntipoal BtheU.H. Patent Office, and
wo can o il-el" Patonta in leu Uma tbau tboau re
tnotu fn in Wellington
Held m del of diawln. We advl na to pa
tentability Tree of rhari'e; and wo miiko tiocharit
tltiUim patent l aec ro '.
Wel'fi luirc, totliu Pnalm-t t. the Stipt. id
Monuv ( rdur Div.. am' totnu nllli'laU cf li e U H,
Patent Offle.u. F r clrcma , advice, term and ruf
feronciM iu kc uul client In your wuB atuu
County, wrlto to
C. A. 8N0W Jt CO,,
Oppotlte Patent Office, Wathlogtoo, 1), 0.
THE DAILY OAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 16, 1884.
CAIRO OPEKA HOUSE.
One Nijrht Only.
TUESDAY, DEC. 10.
An Old Favorite! A New Play!
The Fmnont Omedlan an Dramatist,
aeelet d by the Youni and Gifted Vocallrt and
DO I. UK NOBLES,
andiuppor'id b a Powerful Letrlt mat Companyl
TCKSUAY EVi-N -i. Dec. 1, wiM preaenl for
tbefl al t in" Id t u fit) hi. Ideal '
lu l bocr entitled
LOVE AND LAW!
Comedy Ur .mi It F nr Act-, by Milton Noblea.
New and friirl'-al rhuracters! Thrill
iua: I)r tiHtic liuiitx s! k tn-tLrg1
Set-idc r flfcts ! OrtelHal Music!
a feoierb 'ate!
Fel'x O'Paff Attornert Uvr. MUon KoMea
it'tn, an Ila Ian Mr et Sliiycr, - Dollle Noble
Otbt' leal'ne cbirarlere by A'.'nei ra''nn,
M . J H Hi-aWy, Tilt lli-uu-n, Ft' k K.
Aiken. Max Fe rm r n, ico g.i IV, lirnuru Prank
I aue, iharie- R Wurrtn, . L- Mortimer, L. V,'.
r.ro!.l:,i!. i lr elC.
jii(iiii-' (if scrnpry mid Inoi'lcnts.
m T . love. ,T e I itiii.a l n. K-ene Riy
'lev otiaii', ttt ii I-und, wltn a tU w of New
or B" a id Ua-bor
m: II live. Toe Inmr tlon. "re-e ' he Den
i f ti iii n 1 1 ou't. C'f .eb Sir et New Vor Ctty.
AfT ill. v 'I'lie R a iia Ion, cen.-The
B mil' i' n' Hen Moiitaue, New York City.
A 'f IV l aw i be i oiiai.mmntion bceno I
Law i fike ol hawier and iri'otf. nc he a A
Strei-t urij niM' tne r .li'.encedf II leu MuLatf ie.
C tie i- 1 bu Lieli f (iiovHiiui (.'Ol ti.
SAd:aN.on. Vi -ri. ?: rente. Cailery, !ij
ce'iie. -eat ere rod t Bu er'e
1 1 EX UY II A SEX. J All (J E U
Manufacturer au ' Pea'erln
BIUC 1 1 BKKK,
bfbojljan Mineral .'irniis Watei,
AI.W.Vl ON U.NU.
Milwankce Heer iu ki-ys and bottles, a
p' CI ,ltj.
.MitDufitutnry Cornir 4 I & Cem'l
Memi-iih in ovltiUq with tbicrei acid
Tub wnrld'e fair at New Orleans opens
Jamei L Ritfin, M-rhii'f nf p 'lice of
Cincinni'i and i noted ileU'dive, is deid.
A.B. Wilsijs, the iiiTeiitiirof the Wlieul-
rri!e Wiigiiti Hfwinn micliine, now nctupieii
a cell iu a mi1-lnui'.
J. It. Tattanall, editor of the TeK'
mpln rn' AoTiic ite, Mnnmince that the op
rmt'irs are pn purine' for a strike.
With the exception of collectors of in-ti-rnal
riv nue, persons in the (lipltiiintlc
tnd consuUr t-rvice, and ruoat of the judi
cial appointments, all presidential appoint-mi-nte:
a' commissioned for lo'ir yearn,
St. Jons say: "It I ha'l deeired to have
a ild my principles for money, I rould hare
d"tio so yenrs ai;o, and wnul l o t hivt
wilted to have neirotitted ith the re
puhlicnn party, which is morally and
Tuky have abolished the lock-step at
Cbeiter, and now the prisoners march in
Compiult'S of two abreast. The old custom
litis been the lock step hy single file, one
mun riht behind the other, tlm renr nun
nitn rluht haii'l on slmuMrr of tlm mm in
frunt, ,-o th it when inn1 movrs the utln"
tiiovei, the ca'in! Inn- movinu in concert.
Tub board of railroad and wireh' tisi
coiniiiiesiioni'ra bus completed its dm li U
tion ol theannuil ruporta of the A ty-totir
mil road cotnpnniee of the Mate, in if I e 'o
the twelve months eniiini; June 3D, 1884,
These companies report a total length ol
main lino of 20. 477.00 miles, of which
(5,(170 33 miles e-re. in Illinois. The ayre
(rite o' tn ol i) line ami lirunches is rep Ttid
oi31,0.i0 07 miles, of winch 0,141.71 milcn
aiu in Illinois. Tln-y report the total lenuth
of double tr ick al U31.30 mi;ts of which
tt, 141 miles are in Illinois. There were
117.10 miles of new road imilt in the Hta'
dnriiiu the year. I' i-nenjeu ivurn il thro'
On wltolo line, IS.TSS :71 : if Mo,, in, 10,.
04,.',031r oeHl-v.!io,e Im", 3t,h3J.l7J; in
Illinois', 10.0l)3.',H4; t ta' niinihir of piMnen.
iters ca .tried, .Vt.7l..M3; tin nli rt imisen
;ers carried mif mile, 1,l)8S,7 13,028. The
rist of accidents in the Htato l) ws passeii
Kers killed, 17; pusHcnoern b Jjrcil, 137; to
tal, 1.14; cmilie killoil, 131 ; employes
itjur (1, ft93; totnl, 720: In-r- klll-d, 238;
injured. 840; lot'il. 4(18; tot .1 number kill
ed, 238; it jure I, 840; total, 408; total num
ber injured, 078.
iiENERAL LOCAL ITEMS j
Nasty, sloppy weather.
Milton Nubles to-niht.
Ideal League meets to-night.
-City Clerk Foley is a lover of bulphur.
Probate court was in sestion yesterday,
Oolcouda ia to have a new paper, dem
-See chatiije of time on the Texas & St.
L lis mad.
There are 400 pupils in the Anna pub.
New supports are beinj put in at tb
Snow fell to the depth of several inch
es at De Soto, yesterday.
Iu hoaii ry and hmdkerchiefs we show
the line-it liue in the city at J. Uurger's. lit
-Oflkei Mcfinue hat night rested n
uihu lor telling a sunie ring for (1.
Our nierclian'sblmuld uot leave valua
ble gouilson the sidewalk after dark.
Call and exuuine our line in Rushlau
Circulars (0, (7, (9 and $10 at J, Burner's.
-The streets are in an almost impassa
ble condition on accuuut ot the mud.
Mr. Jeff Jenkins has (returned from a
trip to bis home in Ballard county, Ky.
The city cistern at the corner of Twen-ty-eiglnh
aud Poplar street is nearly com
pleted. Three furnished rooms for rent. Mrs
A. 0. Livings, P pUr street, between Sev
enteenth and Eighteenth. 3t
Chief R.;arden is indisposed. The
work on hand lately has overtaxed tiis
How is it that O. II. Jackson k Co.
sell oranges cheaper than they are qnotcd
at New Orieanet
The nicest present is a silk plush
six que, which you Cuu buy at J. Burner'-.
A linck foundation is being hid f r
new scales iu irouti f Jizaeraid'D store, on
C. D. Drake, paymaster of the Iron
Mountain road, yesterday made glad the
lie'irtn of eitiplov es here.
F. r the holiihy trade we i ff r special
in iuc' tiitnt." in ali ikpantui ntH. J. In-r-g-r.
T'n; PtdtMdi N'.:9 Ins a tie Ourd.n
ir-s, run by oteiiii, iud wl.l B on receive
tolditigHnd nuiling machines.
The public schools wi:l close for the
holidijs on the the tv-nuii: of the 23 J, and
Will re-open cu Monday, Jn.5.
Wantlo 20 pounds lame c'tan cot
ton mgsnt Tills Ui'LLETiN otHce; 5 ceti's
per p U'J J will ttn paid for selected stock. 2
In new advertisements will be fiuad
notice of board and luruihed rooms that
some of our readers are interested in.
The case of the Slate vs. Kte J.
Smith, charged with perjury, wi I be heard
by Jusdce Robinson at 9 a, m. to-day.
In Langtrys and New Markets we
show the most comple iine in the city, J.
Mr. C. Lane is constructing a new side
wslk for the city, extending Irom Twenty,
tilth to Twenty-sevi nih street, oj Poplar.
Wednesday, Friday snd Saturday of
this wi ek being ember days are days of
fast and abatim nco in the Catholic church.
The parents of Frank Dougherty, the
Mound City brakeman who was killed at
D ingoU last week, will sue the Central tor
The Arab fire company met last night
and pcifeeted arrangements for a grand
ball on New Year's eve, the proceeds to be
applied to the purchase of new uniiorms.
Jemmo Bhnton, the man wounded by
highwaymen it Mtl len a few days ago, is
now reported in a critical condition. The
escaped robber has nut yet been captured.
The "Charlie Uul" wrecking boBt is
now at the wharf-boat, with armors and
divers; can be hud at anytime on short
not ce and cheap rates. Apply on board or
to Mnjor Ilalliday, agent. 3t
The young ladies of Cairo will five a
leap year party n xt Thursday eve., Dec.
18, t I leal L"itgut hall This will ptohably
b i tin-luBt imrty ot lis kind this yeur;o,
girls, now is your chance.
Mr. Mer-'aihn, of St. Loui, with her
two children, is in the city visiting her par
enls, Me. mid Mrs. W. U. Uirey, S in has
juat nursed one ol In r children ihrough a
1 mg siege ot sickness, and worn out has
coniu luck Imme for few days' rest.
"Helps," the third of th" series of sit
inons on ''The ChristiM) Liie" at the Pres
byterian church Sabbath evening, was an
adiiiiruble (HsCoUraii and lluteiied to with
the closest attention. IWv. Trick's congre
gations are steadily increasing iu numbers.
Bishop I)olto, of this diocese, h quite
ill at the siators' ho-pltnl, mi Oram! Ave
nil'', Louis, lie iu I i'i'ii confined I"
liisiooi, t,,r MV"ial wee Kit ihw iH, n d
aa pri.veoted tl cr 'by iVoin attending the
plenary cou iril '"t Ihltlnjorc tie debt
gated Rev. Father Jabnl, formerly of St.
Patrick's paiish in this eiiy, hh theologian,
to represent the Alton iliocesu at the coun
cil. At a recent meeting of one of our fra
ternal societies a lauuh was raised at the
expense of one of the brothers, an attache
of the custom hou-t. In reading the order
of business thi chair inquired, ',Are there
any brothers out of employmentt" A tan
talizing, wagxish brother replied, "No, but
there will be after the 4th of March." The
effect was such that the chair was compell
ed to uso the gavel pretty lively.
At Belleville, tne second trial of the
suit of Martha Andres, a twelve-year-old
girl, against the Cairo Short line railroad
company for $10,000 damages for the l"ss
of one ol her teet hy being run over by a
pu-sen'cr train on that line las' fall a iear
aifo, re-uited in a verdict lor th pUintiflf of
$8 000. An appeal will doubtrt-ss be tak
en. The cai-e was first tried last May, re
sulting in a verdict for $G,0u0.
People who take up estrayg and do not
comply with the law in regard to such,
mav not know 'hat they are laying them
selves li ible to severe penalties for such
omission. The law is v ry plain, and if
complied with 'he owners f lost animals
idiould be able to find every one by wrtinn
to the county clerk wi'hin one week of the
loss. As it l not one in ten take the legal
The marriage of Mr. C. A. Chnlfant, of
Pittsburgh, tn Miss Miry McConnell ("May
Smith"), of Ba tiniore, which occurred on
ttie stage of the Comique, Sunday night,
was quite a brilliant affair. Judge Com
ings, attired in a new swallow-tailed coat,
pei formed the ceremony, after which the
guests were entertained with music, songs,
etc., by the various members of the Com
ique company. A number of elegant
presents were received by the newly wed
On Sitnrday the managememcnt of the
Western Union at this place received notice
from Fred II. Tuflf, superintendent of this
district, to take off one man and to discon
tinue the use of gas irom date and to use as
n tubstituto coal oil therelor. It is under
stood that this company will hereafter close
at 8 o'clock, while the pioneer company of
low rates, the B & O., will continue to
keep open U'ltil their usual time, for the
hem-fit of their pa'rons and the Cairo public
Among th- bandits who hat week per
petrated the train robbery near Littie R ick,
Ark, was a mau who is not a atr anger to
the police ot Cairo. II. s name is Harry
Clifford, alias Dud. In this city, a few
weeks ago, he stole a railroad ticket to San
Aiitoine, Ti x., trim a s;ranoi-r, and Bold tlm
same lor $4. Shortly aiterward he met two
men who Lid a va'uablo ijun tiiev wished
tn dispose of, and iniormed them he cun'
sell it fn f.'O. They placed it in bis pos
session, nod n9 he ws about selling it to a
man n the li-vte for $8, the police nailed
him tor the theft of tne ticket. lie was
cot.fl ied in jila short time, released nd
left he re mi th- 23 I of November with the
BuflV.n Bill pirty.
Sihirdsy nillit n tub ot bu'ter was
stolen from in front of the Adams express
office Mr. Pink, accompnied by Mr.
Marnell, instituted search and found the
I utter i n the counter at Green's store, on
Conimercid avenue. He stated that In
had purchased it Irntn a negro, paying him
$4 therelor. The three gentleman found
the thief at Mrs. Piouty's saloon. He ac
knowledged having stolen the butter, but
said he had no money or he would refund
the amount received, Mr. Pink waltzed
him into g"back room and made him un
dress, and after a diligent search $3.50 as
found, $1 of which he had pinned in his
drawers. He was h' n compelled to hunt
up the lid of the tub, which he had thrown
away, after which he was released. Mr.
Pink was out just fifty cents, besides his
Sdurday evening a trunk was stolen
from Guideline & Rosenwater, one from M.
B Suller. and an iron kettle fmui C. W.
Henderson. These articles were sample
goods, placed on the sidewalk. In tra .ing
the thiet, Officor Mahannj met a man wl o
had seen a fellow offering a new trunk lor
Bale, and after describing the individual
the officer thought he had the thief already
in jail having arrested a drunken, noisy
fellow soma hours previous who answered
the descript on. He repaired to the city jail,
and after a shoit interview the prisoner
acknowledged he had stolen the articles
mentioned, sold the trunks for $1.73 and
u-i't drunk on the money; the kettle he had
hidden. Yesterday ho whs brought before
M g strate Comings, who gave him an hour
in which to leave the ci'y, not wishing to
oivii him board until February at expense
1. 1 1 ho county, the goods not being of suf
ficient V'llu to send htm to the penitentia
ry. The stolen articles were returned to
Milton Nobles in "Love and
Mr. Milton Nobles prnduces his new
four-act play, "Love and Law," in tho op
era house tn-niuht. The story is very e'ever
and ia embellished by otiiiinal scenes and
characters wh ch makes it Interesting and
enter! ruing. It is written hy im exper
ienced urn) eh ViT 'ir lllllist, Hi d i- played
by a competent roinpoy, with capn.il
scenery mid stage tnaongcini nt. Tho clnet
character, played by Mr. Noble himself,
Is a e."ol-lieaded and wiity Irish attorney,
Ft lix O'PalT, who rescues the heroine from
her abductor by personating one of the vil
lains m the play, an Italian oruao grinder.
The Italian whs well played by Mr. Bar
naul, and Mr. Nobles imitation of him is so
wu I done as to decelvo the audience. His
OViiff is an ucelleLt piece of acting
GIFTS FOB THE HOLIDAY
Whiit can be m re appreci itwl thnu n beautiful as well as
a substantial irift? What is more to be admired for a Christ
mis Present than an elegant pair of shoes or Slippers?
We know not what. Our took of
Boots, Shoes and Slippers
for the Holiday never was so c mp'ete. We bir of the
goal people not to confound us a new firm newly come with
a stock of goods purchased for some other locality. We
have been anions you all of our lives and know just what
you want, aud we, have the goods suited to the location.
We invite an early inspection
110 Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, ILL.
itJMX toaw.ritt. v. 'IriV
10 i Commercial Ave.,
Uewartl lor a Train ltobber.
Special Dispatch to Tbe Bsllo ln
Pise Buff, Ark., Dec. 15.
Frank Kline, one of the men who robbed
the train on the Valley road, has not been
cauulit. There is a reward of $400 for Ids
arrest. Following is Ids de-crip'ion : Ab"U"
2a years old, 3 feet 10 inches high, medium
built, weighs about NO pounds, fight cm
nhxion, brown eyes, auburn hair, thin,
light mu-tache, dark scar on risfht side of
neck, small vein inside of scar; jaw has
been broken; impediment in his sp ech;
wears b'ue flannel shirt; has two hats, one
black and one white; carriiS a valise; is a
blacksmith by trade.
J. J. Frkv,
Gen. Supt.T. & St. L R. R.
STAGES Or TUB KIVSB.
River marked by the uauge at
port, at 2:12 p. m. yesterday, 13 feet 8
inches. Rise during previous twenty
tour hours, 1 foot 6 inches.
Chattanooga, Dec. 15. River 4 feet 3
inches and rising.
Cincinnati, Dec. 15. River 13 feet 0
inches aud rising.
Louisville, Dec. 15. River 7 feet 2
inches and rising.
Nashville, Dec. 15. River 4 feet 5 inch
es and risinu.
Pittsburg, Dec. 15. River 5 feet 0
inches and falling.
St Louis, Dec. 15. River 12 ft inches 0
The Dacotah left St. Louis last night for
The little tnwboat Success passed up for
Golconda yesterday with a big model
The City of Providence has overcome her
difficulties and will leave to-day for Vicks
tmrg. The Arkansas City I owes St. Lmiis for
Vieksbtirg tins tveuing; is due In ro tonior
r nv night.
The Pearl left here yesterday morning
tor Grand Tower with several empty hirgea
to Le e.aded with r ck.
Tin-City of Biymt Sira Irom St. Louis
arrived I it ninht. st' leaves early this
moruiuy for X'W Orleans.
The Gollen Rule from Cincinnati will
report hcr-t this morning for New Orl an.
She will t ke passeugera but no freight.
The Commonwealth, duo from St. Louis
Sunday night, arrived here lust evening
Willi a good trip and departed for Vieks
liurj. ("apt. Hani (Ml uh b s ureckinif
bout, Chancy Hill, returned yesterday from
Wiekliffe bulling, where lie 1ms been for
Homo timo raising a sunken barge, llis
boat is now ready at a mmncut's notice t
A boy was asked which was the greatest
cvil,huriing another's feelings or Ins flnuert
'The feelings," he said." "Riuht, my
ch id." said tho grat fled priest; "and
why I" "Because can't put St, Jacobs Oil
Holiday -:- Presents!
Gold, Diamonds, Solid Silver,
PL A T K D AV A. R E.
fiT" Musical Iiistruineufs. St. Louis Prices Duplicated'
- - - CAIRO, ILL
Fun ral Notice.
Died At her residence corner of Wal
nut and Fi.ur'h streets, at 1 o'clock yester
dav nmriiini.', uf a protracted illness, Mrs.
J. M. II gin.
Funeral from St. Patrick's church at 2:30
'clock p. m. Special train leaves foot ot
EiotitU for VdU Ridge.
F'iends of 'he family are invited.
Gilded five cents are cuing for five-dollar
g Id pieces, but Dr. Bull's Cough 8yrup
needs no tiildirio In make it go.
THE GREAT GERMAN
Relieve and cure
UE4 DACH E, TOOTHACHE,
Sorcneia, Cuta, 8ruitl,
BI R, BM'ALDS),
And all other bodily achat
mu pai am.
FIFTY CENTS I BOTTLE.
Sold by all Drnifftata and
Oeaiers. Dlroctiuua la 11
The Charles A. Vegeler Co.
lauwawn i. a Tooaua a 00 )
llaltlmorc. MAn V.SCA.
lEW YOUK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Larg2st Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITV.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
I he Kenlur Cairo & I'aducah Dally
Si GUS FOWLER
IIBNUY E. TAYLOK, Master.
UEUltun J0UE9, Clerk.
I. ivns Padncali forO.Iro dally (Sandays except
ti at i a. in , and Mound City at 1 p. m. Kataro
Ina, loavct Cairo at. 4 p. in.
i. ; nun
juml City at 6 p. u J
Mrs. I'mily Bowers,
Mrs. AM AN OA Ct.A RKSOS. Agent.
Next Aloxundi r i o. JbuiW, Htht
Htni'.k and I'flce Ueaaonahle.UU
H'rd l centafur pomija
md'I receive i rue a roatir out
uf iioiiiU wh i h w II help oo
tn mure m ti"V rlnht ay tn. anvt'ilnir vise In
tic. wnrlil. AM. '.r olt' er set, urcard f om Sral
I oa . I be h . ail roa I to f -itnuu op n before th
wuikurs, abiulutal.v tine At ouce aodreia
TttVi CU, Aagnita, Ualns,
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