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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;
CAlBUi 1LLIN0I8, TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY VI 1881.
A Household Article for TJnrrereal
For Scarlet and
8oro Throat, Small
Pox, Meaalee, and
11 GonUgloua Uiaeaae. Persons wailing oa
the Sick shuuld um it freely. Scarlet lever ha
never been known to spread where the Fluid waa
uvtd. Yellow Kever has been cured wlih it attar
bluck vomit had taknn place. The wor4
anna rerethed and
lUsd Horea prevent
ed by bathing with
Impart) Air made
kanakas and purlfiul.
Fur Hon Throat it U a
JTor FroaUd l'aci.
Chilblains, PI la a,
PITTING of Small
A momber of my tua
fir wis ukea with
Small pox. I Dted the
Huid- the patient waa
Kit delirious, was not
pitted, and waa about
the nous again la thm
weeks, and no others
Kliauraallsoa cured. " l- " f
hoft Whita Complas. I " Philadelphia.
aq ii.-f.w. Pa.
Hhiu Fev.r Drevrnterf
To purify the Hreath,
Cleanse UM Teetb,
tt can t ba surpassed.
Catarrh relieved and
Wounds healed rapidly,
Aa A ntldote for Animal
or Vegetable Poisons,
I Uiod the Fluid during
our present affliction wuh
bcarlct Fever with de
cided advantage. It is
liklMpentaMa to the tick,
room. Wis. F. Suu-
UM T rViv H.mI
successfully in the treat
ment of Diphtheria.
Tetter dried up.
I, Itinera prevented,
lioera purified and
In caaea of Death It
snoulu ba tned about
the corpse it will
prevent any unpleas
The eminent Hit.
KIMS, M. l.. Near
Vork, tan: "1 an
convinced Prof Darbya
Prophylactic r'luid it a
uu, Eyne, Ala.
I Scarlet Favorl
anderbilt Univc-slty, Nashville, Term.
1 testify to the mmt excellent qualities of I'rof.
Darbyt Prophylactic Fluid. At a disinfectant and
detcrifent it is both theoretically and practically
superior to any preparation with which I am
quamted.-N. T. LtKTuN, Trot Chemittry.
Darby Fluid la Itecommended by
Hon. Alr.xaj.ukm H. Stu-mkits, of Gcoivia-
K. Chas. I. Dtaas, D.D., Church of the
Strangers, N. Y.;
If. LaConTa, Columbia. Prof .University, S.C.
Jtev. A. J. Battlc. Pro., Mercer University!
Ker. Geo. F. Planes, Bishop M. E. Church.
I'I)IS1'KNSABLK TO KVKBT IIOKB.
Perfectly harnilrst. Used internally or
eitemally lor Man or Beast.
Tha Fluid has been thoroughly tested, and wa
kave abumlaat evidence that it has dona everything
bera claimed. For fuller iuormatioa get of your
Druuut a pamphlet or send to the prophetots,
J. H. ZEIUX CO.,
Manutcturing Chew ists. l illl-ADCLPHIA.
(JAIBO OPERA HOUSE.
WEDNESDAY, FELVY 20.
Fresh from his great Chicago
and St. J.onis Triumphal
America'! 0 realist Comedian,
Tlie New York Dude,
Sir Chauncv Trip.
In J. A. Parell't Whlrlwirj I of Fnn. cntitL d
"A FRIENDLY TIP,"
supported i v t powerful ccrru'dy orgsniiatl.in na
dur tho sole mana.eraent of
Wm. W. Kelly.
tT8ucae your teal o rly and avoid tha rath.
Deserved teat at Hudur's. Pupa tr price: S,
60 and 7J ccuta. N i mtra charge fur rusorvoa
CAIRO OP KB A HOUSE.
One Night Only.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28.
Tha Popular Yoonf Actor,
Afr. James O'Neill,
at "Kdiuund Daute," with Mr. Juo. Btateon't
Orisrlnatly oreaalied under Mr. Stet
son's management ior uootn'8
Theatre, New York.
D imat' Qreat PUy of '
With the following Stars Cast:
Kr. Fred DuBollarlllo,
Mr. Fitrra.t Rnhln All'. "
nr. uoo. U. Houiruci,
dr. Jamo Taylor,
rlr. Horace l.uwlt,
Mr. J. V. Melton,
Mr J. W. Shannon,
Mr J. L. Carhart,
Mist Rugonle Blair,
ir. 4, Bwlnhurnt,
imlta Marjorl Bonner, MlM Carrie Kotea
miaa nrama JTnl.h,
w v j , tiiumi nv vrra.
Koegtlln and Jot. Clara, formerly artltU of
i ootb'aThr.tra. WQrand Beallitie kSwSirt
Rm,i B..,. .t n.4i. I .1.4. .a
JpadrtT. Commence t7;4ipraciMly.
Ta Welcome Cry How Heard Aloag the
ataalaaaa ImmraTiac KalUraada Ba.
nrtliHg ike Oaa at aMM a4
Cikcuibaii. Fob. 18. The rlr coiitln
uciwia'il or an lac. an hour. Tha
mUtei U taild aa dmp.
rumplng bu veto returned at the water
work. IteDorU (ton us and down tha
Ohio tar tae riff to falUo (rem Plttebarg
toe loot o! tbe lain. Toe Kentucky rlv
and tbe Kaoaerba are-falllng.
A lane amount of reoa waa aant in tba
rUer to-day to be need to floating building
beck on tbelr foundation!.
HeDrefentat'.Tai af tha Ilili f!roaa ara on
the ftotjod and reporte from tbe iteamboatt
uui out wish suppnea ioaicia mat toe oi
trlbutlon U being luooetifdll made.
Tbe opera feitlvel concert (or tbe beueflt
oi tha relief fund yetterda realised over
III thoniaad dollare. tbe amount of the
eolleoUon at tbe oonoert amounted te one
tboutand. three hundred and nlnatw.nna
dollare and fifty oeote.
CixcorxaTi, Feb, 18. The river It fall.
tog oa an average of to (nob and a half ait
hour, and le 63 foot lnehei at 10 a. M. It
loudy and fotk-i. The aneianatl. Ham
llton and Dayton traloi began arriving at
their depot. The Hew York, Penatvlva
nla and Oblo enter the eame depot. Tha
road-bed la not Injured. Tbe Panhandle
depot and track are out of water. All pta
tenger schedule were teeumed tht mora
log. freight Will b returned
tht evening or to-morrow.
Tbe Cleveland. Colnmbne CinomnaU
nd IndUuapolu road bu given up It
canal oooneetton. and oomei to tha ttock.
yard. Toe OUotnnaal, Wublagtoa and
Baltimore wtM eater the Ciaoloaatl. Ilamll.
ton and DartM denat ta.dav. Tha fiuUt
nd HltaUalppl can make dtreet landlo at
8tam from Itt Aurora boat. Tbe LouU
vllle and UaabvDle can now enur lu depot.
A decided ImpiaTement la bualaeu la al
f auenger travel be been returned on
the mala Mna ol tae GLmatnlinU and P...t.
ernnjllwv, where but Hatlo damage bee
uaao tuuerea, rreig ni mao win oe re
urjj.d la a day or tijo. The hlgbHwtier
WmTaaoL 6lMVUoB 01 ""Ohio
4e atpk Waa Ta.
SvAiiaviUaTi lad., Feb. 18. The river
It I InehM aiatar tbaa Uit February, being
4? Net UN IntaWtM Ik gauge. It (till
took 0 reel ol f foi Into eellare en Water
Street. The iffef 1 (till rtttng I laobe
eVerf tweatyfonr hour. The Hopkins
emteq ijrom FMtteah and the kfettte Hay
from LtaUvUle. Beth are dlttribuUn
UppUe Bd it?.WaHlt drdere wbloh way
to go. They dUblbrltel 65,000 ration be
.ween fcouitrwie ana aero. They resort
aot fflqfjh wnt vet. but that Uare wlir ba
more when tht Hyar (alia.
tall edTwa ffeet M LaeUe vllle.
VocumtB, Feb. 18.-TH river la
falling on laob per hoar and b bow it (set
iiiotesbf tteeualraarii, a fall of two
(eel two laches. Tbe weather I cloudy
and damn, with vain thraataalna Tha
City ol Mahrort, with Bppli, ih Oov
eraoroflodJAoa lad ladUaapoUa Mayor
avoa wj Miuaeii aootra, pauta
Vtac tm leMittaweaS SUaatMrt.
CabtbaOi, Fab. 18. The Republican
County Oommltte met at tbe office o( T.
B. Baut bawotit In Carthage, purtaeat to
the oali el tht ohalrmen, at 8 p. to., Satur
day, tb 10th, and uaaolmoualy adopted
tae following retolottoBti
Whereas, There sasa to ba two Com
mlttaee of tbe Bute, known aa tbt FUley
Oemmniea and toe van Born Committee,
Where, Tha Fill y Committee bu made
a proportion to Ms Tan Horn Committee
to meet in a Joint ami (or a Suu Cenvea
tloa at a later detel Mow, therefore be It
Beeolfvd. Br Oa BepobUoan Btecutlve
CmmineeaitTuperaounts, alo., that la
our oplnleo tha Van Bora Committee
Should aooept toe proposition, u la our
judgment it would aarmenUe the party and
ettl all qaePipn in rtlaUon to tbe legality
ws sua wnnsinai anu we rigatoi tneaeie
gt eJSCUd by ild Joint oonveoUon to
lettfja the National Convention nt Chica
Isaao Fountain ,
a A. A nokey, Seoretary. .
wm. Beaoum.iMoDonoogh Tp.
W. fhttel, Boooile Tp.
F. Knight, Union Tp. (
J, Q. lonealer, Madlton Vq. ,
w. aovormiei, freiton Tp.
8. L. Thomu, Carthage Tp.
'. 6. Bower, Carthage Tp.
. A. Eaniooi, Jaokion Tp.
Wm. If. Beblnion, Webb City Tp.
. II. Sleight, Cartervllle Tp.
Ron EWort, Mlntrel Tp.
. L. A. Stlekney, Twin Grove Tp.
kfete Stafford. Jonlln Tn.
A, F. lewli. poitmuur at Carthas-f
n. Harding, who voted U eountlee In the
Joffertoa Citr oonrentlon, nod C. C. Allen,
late UalUd State Ifarihal, undertook to
interfere ana defeat Joint notion, and were
unanimously defeated. Tbe meettntr.
though htld u a mus meeting In Harding'
Hall, at which vral ineeche were made.
th Globe Denoorat bu not yet itemtoglf
neara or,- or u uiusi nu mppreued.
LB! LABOBIICI MAX'S SIOOBJ,
Enaptoyaaenl as rtlUkeirfl tor Vfeejav
aaada ex idle Han.
PrrtSBCBO, Feb. 18.-There will . he af
most a general reeumpUon of work this
week la the Iron mill, glssa factor! and
river aoal mines. Many of tbs mills flooded
out eta-ted up lut week and the baHanoe
will be running In a few day. All
the glu jfeotor.es will beltnloperatioB by to
morrow, ; after vn month lutpentloa on
acoounVof a itrlk. Tbs river coal mine,
whlub have been eloaed nearly all wli t r
owing to a deprudon at trade, returned,
where ao attfetapt wu made to reduoe
wages. Ip the third tad fourth pools ,e
umber at Vila are stilt etoted asaauaa tbe
men refuiod to return ta work for Urn than
thedtitstbt prto al three and eue-belf
oenteforiaelhlrdanaihrte sents forth
lourin psai. Tne retuonuons glveym
pioysisarto rasnfi uouMBds of meoy Th
reiiroaa miatr nt aeotuveatrc
awwoat a rnauouen.Daturau 'Blglt ana
sTiaesaif'sjBut flews. 7 J
HIS FAITH: WEAKENING.
The False Prophst in Abjeot Ff)ar of As
Aa toriMtlaa- IBaag el
sVewe 4aeHeait Baeoalw
.. . . d)
SaCKiH. Feb1. 18. The comm.
Tnk.. k.. a.e.h.s L. K.J..,nntln
m ... a ySV. ...a .L m a' . v a. aW
noeet to luvunm we ena or-in?mntu,
batuktfor arm and-ammuAitlon . The
harbor at sHiallo I too amalMo contain ail
tbe veuela ordertd there, and ; the trant-
port have been ordered to anchor at
Rotmagda, forty-flvo mile In the south
IN FKaJt Or ASSASSINATION.
CAino, Feb. 18. A latter from EKObeld
ay 1 1 1 'Hand! la In great foar of aaiaeiina-
tlon. vlaltora are permitted to approapn
him only on all four and muat remain at a
conilderablo distance. Tbe condition or
Christian mUslonarlea la raott deploiablo.
Tbey live In (traw huu ouUlde tbe town,
and are destitute of food, cldtblo end
money. The nearo novlcet have been en
rolled la tbe army or told Into tlavery.
One prieat baa beoomo a Muituimia. "
COMMENTDfll OS GORDON'S TUOCLAMA-
London, Feb. 18. The Time In dli-
eutslng Geo. Gordon'e proclamation:
"Geo. Gordon I well aware tbat step
era being takea tn Lower Egpyt to dl
courage tlavery. He knowt too tbat En"
laod'l guarantee of Rod Sea ports cut on
mean of exit by wblob ilavet have been
dlapoted of to other countries, whl!o he
beilevee bit own work In tbe Conuo country
will effectually cheok the Inflow of slaves.
In view of ttiete tact th clause In - Gen.
Gordon'e proclamation removing all r
trlctlon upon;the dare trade aeumeN a
charaoter ofltUle pratlcal tlnlflance. "
DAMOBB OV A MASSACRE.
Paris, Feb. 18. The Frenoh Govern-
bu called tha attention of the Eugllsb Cab
inet to tbe danger of an uprising and mat-
acre at Cairo of tbe English garrlton.
Paris, Feb, 18. A sudden Increase of
otlvlty I menifeeted by the Ministry of
Marine, Vice-Admiral arveit commander
of tbe Frenob fleet In the Mediterranean,
bu been nmmoned to Ptria for consulta
tion, sad two mors Iron-dads have been
sent to reinforce ble fleet.
Paris, Feb. 18. The proposal of the
Government la rsaard to American baoon
provide for tbs Inspection at port of entry
at tha txpeaje of the Government, the cx
neni to be covered by a obarge of twenty
are centimes per boa.
London, Feb. 18. Tbe Under Foreign
Secretary bu Announced to tbe Bouse of
Common that England. France and other
powers are urging Cblll and Peru to pro
tect the rights of forlQ creditor.
London, Oot, Feb. 18. A quantity of
Junpowder la the top of Hobbt, Osburo
iHobbs' wholesale hardware (tore, ex
ploded, blowing off tbs tipper portion of
the building, killing Donald Smith and
mortally Injuring Frank Shaw and Percy
loot. Tbe adjoining building were badly
A TEM ItSTOUS V0YA08.
Livjupoot, Feb. 19. Tbe tteamei
Stdonlt, of tha Anchor Line, arrived after
aumptttout Mytf, duilna wblob ber
rudder wu baoly damaged. A number of
cattle (led oa the hlp and more were
Sr. PaTBRS8t7ROr Feb. 18. The Oov
ernor of Turkllitaa oonttderet Mery a
ulubls point lor the saubllehment of a
first das army (tetlon. It would, In
hi opinion, Oommand the whole of Central
LONDON) Feb. 18. The i latest advloes
report that the rebellion against tbe Turks
la Teman, tha pouthwesternf division of
Arabia, I spreading.
QcaitrsTOWjr, Feb. 18. The i White
8tar Steamer Britanica from Newf Tork,
JtMrt Ba Done.
8t. Lodis, Feb. 18. The Evening
Chronicle, the lltellest little paper In tbi
city, ha this to say in regard tothe attompt
to put the fools' bill through Congress.
'It dtveiopes that Benry Waterton it
tbe power behind the proposed bill to
copyright BBWtpiiper matter for twenty
four hours alter publication. The absur
dltyoftuoh a law Is apparent In the ab
solute Impostlblllly of enforcing It. Mat
ter of purely newt charaoter can be ao
easily altered in Its verbiage without
affeotinf the f acts, that any attempt of a
newtoaptr to prove proprietorship In it
would be useless. Faots are common pro
perty, and no copyright law can make
them anything else."
BlaDYILLI, Mus., Feb. 18. The
weavers' cotton mills of B. B. & R. Knlgh
at Providence struck, throwing 850 opera
tlvu out of employment. Th cauae of
the strlks wu the removal of the boss of the
weaving room, who refused to line the
weavers for poor work, frequently aa tbe
superintendent desired. Tbe weavers'
claim that the managers regularly get back
one-half of tba wage by furnishing 'poor
cotton and then flnlug them.
Chicago, Feb. 18. A dally i News
SprlngflsM, Ullnoln, spwlal eaysr "The
Illinois Southern and Pad ucah (Railway
Company hu been Incorporated with a
capita) of 11,000,000), to oontructa stand
ard gauge road from Oarbondale to Metro
poll. III., and thenoe toPaduoab, R.,
forming a connecting link In the line of tho
Jtw Orltant, Jaokion and Northern Bull
road bttwesa 8. Louis tad New Orleans.
ToojrosTOWN, O., Fab. 18. A B glater
eolal frota Hubbard, Ohio, ayi
QdbrlslBrb. a widowers sgd 60, wu
llaafkld Beat Hubbarl8at
With bin heads, face and feet
died Sunday. JCrD Wu lately
isahOf prornii by bis house-
ita taa sun osgsn as nu oeso
. O.i Feb. 18. -At tbe
iittersJ . auns too eonvtr
SrOB,wire-ia brtbfl ratJOU of tbs
ntai ra prt.r4 litiYsbart unu.
A Political Huddle.
ST. Louis, Feb. 18. Missouri nomo
cracy 1 Jubilant, and the other feller cor
respondingly depressed over the long-con
tinned pervertenesa of tbeQ.D.Vaa
Horn faction of tbat party In refusing to
fall Into line on the harmony dodge
and close up tbr breach. la their rank.
Any fear that PWtf elafore been en
tertained tbeu)litats ol Gov. Crltten
den sad oiler patriot of tie Democratic
party might reduce the oofbfortable ma
Jority by whc,h tbl 8tnte is held true to it
principle as tne needle to the pole is dis
pelled by tbe aotlen el recalcitrant kickers.
It bu "been ctofldently asserted by
well posted bemoorat and Bo publicans
tbat tbe Globe-Democrat would oon at
tack Presldont Arthur or go over to some
other president candidate. The verifica
tion has come not looner than many ex
pected. The G.-D. In lu Sunday and to
day's editorial come out tor Edmund In de
ference to tbe New England aentlment tor
that eminent Republican senator and
statesman, and lay that it distrust Ar
thur' ability to carry New York, which Is
essential to success.,
Tbe cat in tbe meal bag Is, tbslth Q.-D.
demand tbat Van Horn shall be delared
and supported by the Federal patronage of
tbe State m Republican Doss. Tbe trouble
Is also over the St. Louis postofflce, which
Van Horn and the' G. D. have Insisted tbat
tbey should control. Van Horn hu three,
times unsuccessfully sought the nomination
for Governor from Repubiicsa State con
ventions. In 1881 Van Born sought the
complimentary vote of tbe 48 Republican
members of Legislators and secured three.
Owing to tbe even split of the Democracy
In 1S80 ho became tbe accidental
member ol Congress from tho Kansas City
district, and upon that demanded the con
trol of the Federal prtronago of Missouri
from Garflald and was refused. He now
seeks it from President Arthur, backed up
tbe Globe-Domocrat and bis fellow com
mitteemen, S. E. Rowse and others, and
alio supported by Ilendorson, Hitchcock
and Potmater Hays. They are all in
favor of Van Horn as political boss of Mis
siourl. Van Horn bu been In Washington
all winter seeking to dispense patronage,
and to establish himself as the Arthur Rep
resentative of Missouri. The Republican'
special this morning tars:
"Washington, Feb. IS. U Is again
confidently expected by tbo-e especially In
ercsted thai the President will to-morrow
stad to tbe Senate the nomination of a
postmaster for St. Louis. Mr. George
tort's star It In the uoondant. Every
thing points to bis nomination. His suc
cess will bring bitter disappointment to
some of the applicants.
"It will be a difficult task for ex-Congressman
Van Horn to make
certain Missouri Republican be
litve tbat ho hu In nowlte Interfered
with tbtt postofflce matter. One hear It
remarked by souie tbat Van Horn upiret
to be the new Republican "bott" for Mis
sourl, and tbat be Is making diligent effort
to control tbe Federal patronage for the
state, Including that of St. Louis. Van
Horn Is looked upon here by many at
Arthur's manager for Missouri, and he I
expected to have a solid Arthur delegation
The absolute Impotency of that clique to
deliver any delegates to any presidential
eandidate It what makes tbe Republican
masses boot the Idea. But It It evident
tbat tbe G.-D. tt disappointed in its do
mand, and now talks to threaten tbe Pres
ident. This creates another ludicrous
aspect, as tbe G.-D. nor none of that fac
tion bave been able to ?et into a national
delegation tlnoe 1870. Tbe question bow-
ever I presented to the publio br the G.-
D. In Its tortuous and unstable course
if it really supposes it ctn drive
the President into making Van
Horn boss. The Democrats are enjoying
the muddle. There la no prospect of the
St. Louis poetoffloo case being aettled to
day, nor to-morrow, nor for aeveral suns.
The ugly proposition stares Van Horn and
tbe Globe-Democrat in the face: Are you
for harmony or for continued division I
More depends upm this proposition tban
any other. It Is well understood tbat the
Van-Horn Globe Democrat Sam Hays
combination can deliver no goods. That the
Republican majority It not with tbem.
Will the President succumb f The Demo
crats laugb and lay If be does he it gone
WnsAT-March 11 00i April fl HXi
May $1 18 X; Juno $1 13; February
Corn February 63 Maro'a 03 X;
May 63 ; April C4M( Julio COX.
Cattlb Rocelpt 6,650; ateady.
exports $0 25ro)7 00; good to choice
$i TiaO 16; common to fair 5 W(S
Hoos Receipt 16,000; opened stronger.
10a btxher, but advance afterward lost;
light $6 500710; rough pack
ing $0 86073; heavy packing and
shipping 1(7 60O7 70.
Whbat February 035.; March 04;
May $101; Juno $1 02; April
Corn Fobruary 63 V; March 64;
Mav 60; June 60 ; April 64X; July
Oats February 82 March 8JX Mav
37X April 83; JuneS7?f.
Pork February $17 00; March
$17 80; May (18 UH ; June $18 22 X.
Lard February 8.76; Maroh9.77X;
May 10.00; Juno 10.09. '
WiiBAT-February $1 07X b; Maroh
$1 07Xb. April S100X b.( May $1 10 X
to $111; closing at SlUX; June
$1 09KX July SI 01X and later tl 03 X a;
year 09X b.
CORN-Febniary 60X March 60X;
April 61M May 68X to o3X
June 64X: July bot b.
- OAT8-F4bruary UK b Maroh 84 b.
April 33 X bf hfayBdk,
Cattlb Receipts 868 head; market
hardly enoulh to test tba strength sales
how an adfanoe of lOo orer Saturday's
Hone Bacalnk fl.BM tiaarl i tnarkat
dull at lOflloo ISWeri obot heavy $7 00(1
7 90t miked fiaokln la If&H 00. Llahta
dullatlOAlSe ISWer: obofttheavy $70CVi
asvfva . drill.
Wheat to a
In to arrive
fibi t doJns. No. t
19 U WSH 9 mm avrw-ai-
and : Oontl
: aV.Ir . , 7
Growth of tha cS3o Bft'
Tba Sum KgnnAAeji ia UiJSH?"
on the ftorm'd
the leading laitfrlnQB
ponies down-town bare,
n besieged with
applicants for calohtlati '
the value tbey
have to most people,1 sSId
a clerk, "i the
Tho leaves are
iitnograpbio pan ft Joem
torn off, and a cafdqjard workbox, uh-re-celver,
or matoh4aib Itnakon, the whole be
ing thea hung up la a iX&blcuou place la
their homes. Calendars rjett too muon money
to be waited tn that way." -Talking further
on the subject, a Mall and Exp rose reporter
wu amased tQ learainat vast cum
of money are spent by 'Iftjruranoe companies
yearly In UlumClaMa aavertUemeota. A
quarter of a tnillldn Of doU&rt, It is tstlmated.
would not pay for the combined works of
this kind given away, ataay of th calen
dars this year cost ho casts apiece, Insur
ano companlot, howejif, are not alone In
this prodigal meats of Wring publloity to
their exutenoo. qtea&Uaip, railroad, and
other large compejueaf toejid hundred of
thousands of dollafg viff rtar In elegant
lithographic advertUemsttA Some of the
picture given away by the Cunard, Ouion,
oost over 1 apiece. .Ttie Uthographio work
of a dnglo raUroad furplihe enough busi
ness frequently to keep a large estaBlishment
running for a year.
TBS MQKSf 8Pt9T.
In Juwertotl9 reporter, 1 question u to
how much monet it spfltion Urography fat
a "year, a wejl-klttwi lithographer said:
"Taking the tojurarjca j&Sn, W tent medicine
dealers, theatrical Arapulea, and dry good
men altogether it w estimated, thay have ex
pended In eight year sAough money to more
than twica pay. tht national debt" From
visits paid many . of the Uthographio estab
lishments later on," and (rom interviewi
had with members of the trad concern
ing tbe subject, ' It was learned that
ten year ago the most pretentious speci
men of th illuitilnaeia advertisements
were the picture of Spanish bull-fights,
vineyards, and festivals that cam in raisin
boxes. Then and small libels 0a Cotton and
woolen goods and tba better brands at cigar
constituted the ordjirB at, the, lithographer to
a great extent. Ia tbA. jflaToductioa of re
ward, Sunday-dhook birthday, Christmas
and Easter cards loco America, the quick
wit and the artistio eye of the Job printer
aw a means of doubling his faoome and
diminishing his lahora one-half, It wu he
that first atllltod the email art productions
Intended for the exemplary 6nolr and sac
rificed their beauty to tfie advertising craie.
One firm of reward card publishers sold
millions and AlUlons dt tb&ir productions to
Job printers b the Inland towto, At first
price ranged frorfi 65 cents to 88 per 1,000
cards, but with the groWth of trade and the
demand for original goods the prioaranup
until ISO a thouaaBd WO Paid In Some In
stance. European rjaiiufaotttTer were not
low to noognue tha Dew field for illumin
ated work, ana tef 6oa had lines on tbe
market that Were soli from samples before
the .rood had come from tbe pre. Hun
dreds of Americans e&teted the race and
tied with each other Qntj. seemingly every
subject and design - possible bad bean
ntUlsed to forfllth tttcfl for the printer.
Improvements tn ItthoBjrapbio pnntiag
presae, bronzing toaohl&es, stamping blocka.
ourtlpg-ajeara, and edOcatipn In art matter
generally, aooft tnSoe ft possible for Indi
vidual houses to hate their own designs and
special subjects worked Vp by th litho
grapher. Most lafge tufrirtlsers, ttitsau,
spend 9S per otht. of tboic groet earnings in
advsrtiilng. 01 this. IS rr cent I spent In
appealmgtotbeOM tnWUgh th in bf
mAAna of a brilliant dArflbinaflfln of AnlAra ii
i a lithograph. On cigarette manufacturer,
HUUegdlutpeflt a fortune on litho
graphs oi profflUUBt actor ad utreasea
Three pata&t psfllcitie flltns art) credited with
spending yeW enftgh.pjoneV to cartf ha
election ia tbi ttafc el NewTerk.
THS yiPIoCJ DS01OV9,
try and Be
th MM tl
"ached h the
extent of SlO.l
ins to a Well-kflosfn i
ousdtVioeSClMti swav b tb lance retaU
dry goods bfflM Q taaV2)blano of banjos,
guns, fans, beta, pj
attl of af kinds, and the
thousand ana on
to 1300 rer l.QOOr
gar IMigBCeott from 860
1 become of tbl vast
amount of chroaa
wgrephy I will be uked.
Muohof It is
th course I
troyeTl f td goes to waste tn
Ittsivtoaiflg mission. But
then Is also a
fjnormt Of it used in tbe
homes of tlB tnldaiB afltt lower clssttt, There
It adorns wall thai wquld otherwise remain
bare, and aoords oppotTfflnity to a greater or
lea extent foi ft eulfivatjod of a taste for
art Tbcaly art gallery gaows la soma
country name (I tot mad up of chromo
UtbograplOgetn frdm distant city manu
facturtri TBZiTSIOU LITB08.
Withraferanoato the lithograph used by
theatrical companies, it la said th cost of
this tmoiea of sdvsrtisjflg to til flrst-class
compafllas is In ths neighborhood of 819,000
for aesawB ot forty weaka. Bald tho fore
man of a large establishment in this city:
"At a ml It pays an artist better to work at
the stone la a Uthpgrapblo establUhment
than to attempt the onoe popular aim ot be
coming a great painter. Good hand at de
signing, working outagd reproducing got
from 140, a Week up. We hav some men to
whom w pay 0 per week. Actor and
managers pay UbeTelly for their work and
want the best that dan be got For window
Uthot w get all the way from 8 cent to 40
cente eachakthat is, in lots 0 1,000 or more.
For desoriptiva pqeterl nd Other Ulummated
paper for the waUS prioa) vary. Fortome
we gt aarldW as 10 eohtt a sheet For other
kind we askss hJgha 00 etata"
"This adbXJItWv I supposs, for so
"On tha eoatraA, myswerieno bu beea
BQOaW aPafssiL aLv' M aaaAT s'saajialtj StJjaN tMtBJJ
orer wboaW ttSattw protide that ba
lUttotertlasTjart ol the actor
dote ffttt- mks MbuabatsL u t th
art of its U9SrPll. that talk I call to
mind t rmiSJ BOW Jyang that oan pott
a stand etotaBdreri O aai aevtr dupl
cateoo aa VMkKJt etery sbaatof
lidltlafati:i LJa ianSmi
,avrts -W- BM'IU
ATOLoroono la a novel word to moat
people who speak tha EturlUU lamnumi Thn
ATHLornoBoa ia tha first and only
medicine which has carried off the
prize as the perfect remedy for Rheu
matism and Neuralgia.
Like two relentless tvmntji thnv hm
airea held their itifferiiiir victims in an lmn
mn iuow poor sunorera nave boon aa slave
in the power of their oppressors.
ATHLOPHOBOS him Mitpnvl frinnmnn m.
gaged In conflict with the mosataro, and wou the
rlctorr. Aa thn (v-m.iti fnr. in ih. n..
(rsmea of old oould win only by tho most severe tnsia
of ability and endurance, ao Atbxofbobos haa wuu
the priie, not alone by giving temporary relief, but
ly brinirlner an endarlmr care, as well, to thoee who
have tuflorad the v"i'ifltlnsT agonioa of H'""irn
Athlophoeos la a novelty, not only I
in name, out in its elements. It is un
like any preparation yet introduced.
ATHLornoaos acts on tho blood, muaclca
au joints, remoTiiur tne poison and add from
the blood, carries them out of the tystem.
ATIILOrnOBOfl la nnt nn wit h pnriBnmma ta
kill, and contains nothing Uiat can possibly
ino wo moat aeucaio conautunon.
Now, do you want to suffer on and ont
or do you want to be well r
" SiLI.-l II litl i r t
mmopnoros" will ture roui
If you cannot get Athlophobcs of your drug
gist, we will send It express paid, on rocelpt of
regular price one dollar per bottle. We prefer
that you buy It from your druggist, but If ha
hasn't It, do not be persuaded to try something
else, but order at once from ua aa directed,
ATH10PH0R0S CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
uinuiMmiium , ii, miimniHMHUi
When yon come to think of It, it la not
odd that literary people prof or a pipe to a
cigar. It la handier to anioke when thoy
are writing, and ever to mnch dottier.
And then it gives them the true essence
and flavor of the tobacco.
The moat fsrtidloua atnokors among all
nations and all classea of men atrroe that
the tobacco grown on the Golden Tobacco
Belt of North Carolina la the most d.Jic
tout and refined in the world. Lighter
than Turkish, more fragrant than Havana,
freer from nitrmtea and nicotine than my
other, tt ia JoM what the eonnoiaaoor
praises and the habitual smoker domanda.
The very choicest tobacco grown
on tht Belt ia bought by Black
well's Durham Tobaooo Co., and
appears in their celebrated Bull
Durham Smoking Tobacco. It la
known toe world over.
Oat the genuine. with Bull
trade-mark, then yon will
be aura of having aha
lutoly pore tobaooo.
I-f. 22. IISTCE,
Manufacturer and Dealer In
Xth Street, betweuu Com'l Ave. and Levee.
CHOKE BORINO A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMC.WTION.
Safes Beoalred. All Elude ol Eers Madn.
fa. I. SMITH.
Grand Central Store.
O-AIHO. - - ILL.
The Regular Cairo & Patlucah Daily
Str. GUS FOWLER.
IIKNHY E. TAYLOH, Master.
UEOUUB JOBES, Clerk.
Leayos Paducali for Cairo dally (Snndayt eicept
ed) at 8 a. in., and Mound Citv at 1 p. m. Ketnrn
Ing, leaves Cairo at 4 p.m.; Mound City at 5 p.m.
Nashville, Padacali & Cairo TJ. S. Mail
For Padncah, Smlthland, Dyirebnrg, Uddyvllie.
Canton, Dover, Clarksvllio and Nathvlllo,
Si B. 8. RHEA.
Leaves evory Mnndty morning at 10 o'clock a.m.
S W. H. CHERRY.
, WM. 8TROKO .....Muter.
FBLIX GRA8TYhmmm w-mmm .Clurk.
L atis every Fr'dar moraine at 10 o'clock, mak
ing eloe conaectloDS at Nashville with th L. A
H. R, R. sad N, O. K. H. for all points eontb,
with: tb Upper Camhcrlajid Packet Rrt., for alt
points for the Upper Oombtrland, For freight or
pesetas, eppiy on boaid Of to W. F. Lambdln,