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THE CAIRO DAILTf BULLETIN, SUNDAY, ATItlL 20, 1373.
THE BULLETIN.
JllNIl. OIIKHLY, Kdtlor and I'ubllthcr
TKKM8 OKTHK DAltA r'UM-KTIN l
Oat week, by carrier , I 23
One year by carrier, In advauce 10 00
Oat year by carrier II not pild In
advance. i0 00
Dm month, by mill 100
Three aontbf a 00
Six Booths.. f. 25
One year 10 00
TUB DOLLAR weekly uiim.ktin
John IL Oberly bat reduced the subtcrlp
Hon price of Uie Weekly Caiko Hullktin
tt One Dollar per annum, nuMttf It the
cheapen paper published Id Southern Illinois
Sr. Lotiia rcjoicci In lbs p.-iencn
1'rosldcnt Grant to-day.
of
Tuc npit annual meeting of tho Illiunii
l'ren Association will bo bold at (Jumpy
in Juno. Oon. Tliaymiii of the Spring
Held 'Journal,' Trill deliver tho oration
an Mrt. Emily Huntington .Miller of
Kraniton. tho poem. The oxcunlun will
b to Kansas City ur thereabouts.
.
"On hundreJ and sixty-eight petitions
'concerning tho lictijr legislation of
tbit ttate,'' vs Ibo Chicago 'Tribune,'
,'hnve been rccoirod by tho special coin
' tnlttce on tomporanca In tho homo. Tbo
' repeal of the proicnt law It asked for by
'P.4C1 of Ibo petitioners; 14,432 of them
' oppoo any change, unleii to mako It
1 mora itringont; 2,072 women arc among
' the petitioner! and not one ot tbu U for
' repeal. In reporting these fuctt the com.
' uittoe have no legislation to recommend;
all that Is needed U the enforcement of
' the law."
Tut details of the recent terrible flood
at Jacktonport, and In the vicinity,
Arkansas, tbow tome terrible features.
The destruction of the levees Involves a
lots of about fifteen thousand dollar. A
largo amount i.f stoik, including many
domestic animal, was destroyed. In
Jncksonport, every street but
one was flooded, and most of
the dwelling houses were submorged
to the depth of two or three foet. .Six
teen miles below Little link, the high
waters, washing against a cemetery called
tie l'rklcs graveyard, onculfod the cof
tins nearest the river and trashed Inward,
until Cto hundred cotUos, all that bad
teen buried in the cemetery, wero borne
away in the m'ti'.leii ijoJ. Oa last Sun
day, an effort ws inn J a to recover sucb of
the bddei as were not in a ttat of de
cay. Ve UAVU received from be National
Publishing company specimen pages of
"Behind the Scenes in Washington,'' be
leg a complete and graphic account of the
Credit Mohilier investigation, tb n
Ereiiional rings, political intrigue, etc.
by Edward WInslow Martin, author of
'Secrets of tho Ureal City." The lltlu of
this work invest! it with Interest at once
Tat hiitory of Crodit Mohilier, of Waib-
lagton ringi and intrigues, of noted public
character, etc, tnuit attract a lurge nun
t.r of readers, from tho Uct that the
events of the past winter lu 'Wash
ington aroused tho people to a deep
Interest In these subjects, and they arc
now eager to avail thomialvo of every
means of obtaining information, "lie-
'mud tboSjenes" will bs a vjlume which
every citizen should r.'ad. In n very at
tractive tnant-er, It informs it readers of
many taings which the great man of
people will never learu except through
books, but a knowledge of which is al
most a necessary part of tho oJucttion ol
the American citizens of to-day.
Cukistian statesmanship, m oxhibited
by many of our blgh public olllfials at
Washington, 'psyt woli temporally If not
spiritually. There it tho l.VKov. Jlr,
ll irtan.wbo U l laid wat In tuch straight
ened circuimtanc btforo bit imtraneo"
Into public life that hit nongregallon
made a collection of money with which to
buy clothing for his family. Now he
livei (n one of the best buuse! in Wash
ington, nnd It notorious for hit greenbacks
und godlhiwt. The latter, it is supposed,
... on. or tils original posiesiloni whon
he tint went to Washington city.
How bo obtained touio of the
f.. ...... i. .i. i- .
u, n.-;ir equivalent, it n
plained by Jlr. Killy 0 .St. l.yiiii,a Hoik
uoiacr m mo Ivsniai l'aclfJo railroad
Mr. Killey bat been interviewed by the
bt. Louu 'Democrat,' and tells bow Air,
Harlan, when secretary of the Interior,
prevented the Issuo of the bonds to th0
Kansas I'acifii railroad until tun one
thousand dollar government bonds wero
transferred through tho bands of bis
private tecretary to Mrs. IInran. There
Is not much room to doubt tho truth of
the ttory. Mr. HarUu m.y ,-yII)fort htm-
alf with the assurance, however, that its
relation cannot jioi.ibly harm hit reputa-
uon lor honesly-ihat was hurl beyond
all further damage lung tiiico.
Ned lluntllne, who mamiget tho In
uu"ne"i h" cliari d J300J0 to
uu ck. JIuHh o lllll .i p...." i"",'JU0
.w.. im u muun rondnets for
gewBttwi. He bought of TlUariy, n
New 1 ork, a huge gold chain, ulinoit half
tha size of u ship's cable, and long euouuh
iJr'i,,"d!,I,"Utk' fVr Wcli h pJE.1
11,000. He alio scoured Iho city for tu
tlggetl watch that money would buy: and
ho got one, they sa, as large at a tpitton.
lie ll now prar-ared to aitoafth tho iihtivtt
of Ibc effete Kuropeun capitals.
SELECTED STORY.
TUB MOTHER OF JACQI'KS.
"Mothor" (Jacquoi spoke out nulc.lj
and gaily, as if hu wcro resolved to rouse
nor Irom nor abstraction), ' thou must not
grlore for mo. It ii only because I think
tho winter will como beforo I nm hots
again, and tb it there will be no ono to dig
or to fetch wood and water fur thec, that
I lament; and this too is wrong. e bavo
not sought this, my mothor; it Is sent to
us; and lit thou not always told tno that,
If wo bear tho crosses sent to us willingly,
uiov aro not imrd to Lear' '
Ho bont down and kissed bar. und then
iho gave war. She hid her fnco on tho
shoulder of her dtrllnir nnd sobbed and
cried bitterly; but when this was over the
dried her eyes and tried to look cheerfully
In bis face.
"Ills I who nm a tolhMi old woman."
she said. "What do I know, my Jacques?
mm win como oacK to nic, pernaps, a
corporal who can say? for thou art
brave, my boy, and tbmi wilt mako a
good soldier. Allonsl 1 mutt think of
thy linen. How toon?' Hero she broko
oft abruptly mid turned away,
"In two duys, my motbor,' snld
Jciiic simply ; but he was gl id thnt tho
nenvaway una Jell lilni ; bo felt that
they woro only prolonging it common
misery by this show of iviiirmrrr toward
cacti other.
They kissed cacll other at much as usual
when they said iruod-uicht. but Kuiunla
could not sleep. Sho ws ut) with the
sun, und it rose earlv then, and nftur tbn
had set bcr son's broiikfust sho trudged on"
io mo nine onurcn just this sldu orrrocbu,
tho church of Notre Dainodo laOraco.
Ilul for tlio niter llirliti the clmrcb wonl.l
bavo been In tUrknou: there woro onlv a
few other worshipers, and when mass
was said it seemed to Kuecnlo that one
of tbeio was lingering, like bursulf, to
speax to monsieur io euro.
Eugenie went out ot tlio church and
stood in the road. Thu sky was overcast.
and the cool gray haze teemed In keeping
wun tue iruen'o Stinnett, u was a bare,
treoless spot, and not even the chirp of a
bird or tho whirr of an Insect broke the
luiet. There caiiio u footstep, and K iiro-
ii f ii started nnd recoirnir.jd a sirl with a
blue kerchief drawn forward oviir her
!'. I
-Ma foi, I nmcoiic! Vlio Would havu
thought of teclni: you so tar from home at
this hour, nnd it H neither Sunday nor a
feto day ''
lt& inero jJuclos looked tcnrohlnulv for
an Instant, but Ibo downcast blushing face
answered nil questions. When monilour
lo cure cumo out of tho sncristv hi found
Kuireniu klislni; l''rancuie a ifshe woro
her own child.
The uood jiriest walked tiart of tho wav
lioiue with hugenie, und then she went in
alone and tpent this last sorrowful day
wun tier sou.
They hnd not mauy words for each
other ; now und then Jacques, as hu parsed
where she tat stitching, ttoopod down and
kissed his mother. In thenlturnoon hu had
to uo lo Trocbu. and ibis
b.encu was almost a relief; for
the bravo old woman strug
uleJ hard to keep from tears, nnd the vary
sight of tho loved face made bcr oyes
swim as s no oeni over ner worK.
Then cnuio the sad good-night, and at
last tho dreaded moment of parting. It
had been to long In coming through those
Hours ot suppressed sorrow, and yet now
it teemed to Eugenie that tbo day bad
made u bound fr-m morning to afternoon.
All was ready--Jacques and bit buudle;
bit mother too was roady to go with bim;
only liobot was left behind.
'i bo men wero all to be marched lo llie
nearest railway station, their destination
being Orleans ; but Jacquc bad got bit
mother to promise she would leavu him
befuru be fairly started.
"What Uff,' ho said, "to stand and be
pushed asido in u crowd, und jut not be
able, perhaps, to seurne?''
Eugenie , cannot tbwnrt bis tllgbtest
wish. They aro close to Trocbu now, und
Jacques stops.
"Good-bye, my mother II o takes
her in bis arms, utmost lifting her oil' tho
ground, and the feels the sobs hu cannot
keen back now.
"(Jod ble-t tbep, my Jacques : ana it it
over, lie hurries away to last tnni wnen
ho turns to kiss Lis bund the small bent
figurn seems far off at it itatnlt rVzlDg
after bun.
It Is a hot afternoon in tho hot August
of 1870. Thu voituru which runt
thrro time a week between the
town of IJ and the vil
lage of O bat been ready to start
for an Hour; but as no patieuger Havu
af peered, thoiaid voilure a crust between
an old-fashioned diligenco and a wooden
fiunlbui is disinclined to ttnrt emntv.
Tho horses stsmp and thake their rope
Harness; tue uriver stnnus just Wlliun llio
entrance ur the Hotel do 1' Unl
vers smoking his pipe; while
thu conductor chntt nnd millet
with Mdllo. Sophio, the tl lo do boutiijuo nt
tho :oiifectionor't in tho ttrcet over the
way. The street Itself it narrow and the
bouses am high ; there is, therefore, shad
ow in it, but this shadow brings out the
glaro of tho little pbco yot more strongly ;
tor though tho Hotel do l'Urilvers is Ilia
smallest Inn In u , it hat a phico of Its
own, una tno voituro ttnnut therein.
Tho drlvor ttandt In thudow.
but hn fools for his hones; the
poor animult' tutli are tied up with tctrlet,
and lliey can onlv stamp when the riici
give u thaipor bite than usual; tho lait
slump hat been io vigorous that il bus
nearly upet the vulture.
"Diablo 1 " Ibo driver takes his pp0 out
of bis mouth ''it cannot well bo hotter
and it Is not yet mid-day.1' '
Tho place is n triangle ; the shady
street Is nt Its npoi, and at ench of tho
other angles is an opening, both lending
away into tbo country and both with
houses only on ono sldn, Down the steep
est of those two roads comes a moving ob
ject toward tho placo. It is hard to say
at tlrst wbal It It; it may bo a msu ur a
woman; or It may bo a small cow. It It
dark, and it It moves on twoK-gt It is bent
doublo, it teems io roll forward llkua ball,
"Diablo '" the driver tays again, It U
perhaps a favorito expression, or it may
be ho it too hot to seek another.
"Joseph!" The conductor nods to
Mdllo .Sophie, and comes forward nt thu
summjiii of his chief, for thu driver in ul
so tho proprietor of tbo voituro. "Look
out, vagabond that thou art, and tell what
this Is that comes along tho road Irom
Merly.'
"1 bat 'Joseph gasps ua bo conies into
uio oiu7B oi lumume, unu wipes his brown
men wun a rou iiauukurciiiel "that U an
old woman. Hast thou then never tueu
ono beloro, mv friend? '
Tho driver looks sulky; he puis his broad
iibuu up io tcreon Ms eyes and tokei t
long look ut tho stiungcly aiovlni: ubluct
"Ma foi, it is then a woman who has tho
nature oi a crau; tno waikt with one sldu
ouiy.
"When Uoci this voituro start for
0 ?" says u volco.
The driver starts und takes oll'hlt utraw
hat to an unmistakable Kni'liilini.i,. i...
has spoken thoio few words with Vl..tf III.
tie accent, It It truo. but then there is no
mistaking the Kngllih aspect of hit fut(,
his figure, and tho bsggago which a gm,1
in It wheeling Uli in n Urrow fruiM il...
shady ttri-et onposlto.
"Iiumediatelv. in'tlam- t thu
of m'sieur. Here the driver pulls oil hit
was, grain.
ibe hnKlltbuiKn s a iiluutmit l.w.vim.
man about thirty years old, with a mm-
tive and yot high forehcaJ, n icvero
itralght noso, and earnest, deep-tot blue
eyes; it doea not tienlfv about the sbopo
of the mouth when one wean tuch lor e
tiwny beard a i his Mr. -Martin do.t
For hit namo it .M.rtiu Mrtln on hit
portmanteau, Martin on bit writing box,
and Martin on another clamped box to
heavy thatltturely holdt other books or
piao
II o stands and scoi his baifiruuo disposed
of with quiet determination; ho does not
worry or fidget, but he checks tbo recklcst
handling of tho gamin and tho leisurely
dawdlingof tho conductor.
Tho driver mcantlno gives a last look to
hit horses, and thon buforn he mounts bit
high perch ho glances up tho road to too 1
wuai nat oocouio or tho old woman, lie
hold her! very rod In the faeeu much
face at can be teen under a ollow kcr
chiof punting and gniplng "lor breath,
but with n cheery imilu of gladness round
her parted lip., tonrteiying close betide
her.
"Wat It It then, my mother?"
It Is as tho driver has said ; tho old wo
man move her right tldu nearer lo him,
and drawt tho other tldu after it with an
effort.
"Honjour, m'slcur. You go tc 0 , U
it not so'"
"Hut yot, my mother, tho letters aro
minted largo enough." lie points to thu
Inicriptionlfi lUtulug scarlet loiters on
the btark.body of the voituro.
"M'slciir, 1 am the mothor of Jacques,
our Jacquet-who has been badly wounded
In tbi! last battle. What do I know ?
there has been porbaps unollier battle
ilnco. I bavn traveled for four days,
m'sieur, front Trochu, for 1 halo no money
lo spend on vultures; but I liuvo this,
m'tluur, if ll will pay fur my journey to
O ." Sho holdt up a half franc piece.
Tho driver scratches his head.
"Ono franc for tho iuterlojr,a franc and
a half for tho coupe, ma mere.1' Hero hu
pauses and looks nt the bent mother of
Jacques; tbo looks up at Mm. Her face is
still red. Thu hls.e on it hat been
scorched thereon by miles of toll along !
the barren road. Shu caunot turn pale. ;
hlio does not cry or sob. but a sudden
droj) spreads over tho whole countenance;
the cheery life tbut lay srmrklini: in those
dark oldcyos has departed.
ino i-.ngiisiiman linens attentively
Uein n man, ho listens to the end.
"But, my good mothor," says the dri
ver, "you may not think It to look at me,
but I too have a ton fighting those ac
cursed i'rustlant, and for my son's sake
you shall rldo part of tho way toO ,"
He opens the door of the interlour,
"Cocbcn," the Eiigllthiian touches him
on the shoulder, "I taku thu coupe- fur
ruysell, and this good woman can travel
with mo. J prefer her company. '
This last iti answer to a Itriiif of depre
cation from thu driver. I
Tho conductor opens the door of the
coupe. Tho Englishmun takes oil' bis hat
tolhu courlesying old woman, u:d waits
till .he takes her placo. Then be gets in;
the driver mounts tbo box. The conduc
tor waves bis hand toward tho shop-window
of Mdllo. .Sophie. Tho voilure
lurches, creaks, and with much nolso of
rattling over tho round stones of the
place, and an occasional crack of
tho driver's whip mingling with
bis sharp adjurations to his
horses, tbo vehicle moves off along the
second of tho two country roads.
"lias your son been long In tho army '.' '
The Englishman has settled blmrelf com
tortaby in hit corner, and tlioro is plonty
room for the mother of Jacques to follow
hit example, but tho tilt on thu edgo of
tho cushioned seat as if the were unuted
to luxuries. It may be that her heart is
too full to be able to think of comfort, or
aught relating to self.
Sho turns round and looks at her ques
tioner; her eyes glisten while sho speuks:
"But no, m'sieur, he is my youngest, und bo
has said my Jacques did that bo will
never leave his mothor. Hut what will
you? hu was all I hud lo give, and when
this war camo It was not likely ho would
bo pasted over. Ho is a fino boy, m'sieur,
is my Ju'-ques; uh, and to wero the
others!" .She t'gbed and broke otf ab
ruptly. "Jlavo you oilier ciiiirurcn. mere is
patient sweetness in the
wrinkled face, tuch a mingling
of torrow and hope in tho glistening dark
:yei, that the EHBllstimuti n stirred out
of bit usual Indllfercnce to fellow-travel-
lort.
(To be concluded In next Sunda)N bulletin,)
GltUOKBIKN
JOHN SHEEIIAN, 1
RETAIL GROG E H
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buck und cull-kkln hoot. Shoen. with box 1
tor-, cork and pump nolei', Scotch bottoni", j
und ln-el edge or any other Myle youwlih. '
1 urn al-o uiumifii'tiiriiig uu extra quality
of ladlci' nhoi'n. .My material ami work- i
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same ijuallty ol c;ood.
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ItAll.'A'AT rAMSi;.Si!l:it.i A bUKAta.'K
1 CO., II.MITK'JIU',
j Vt.eli JVi,H-i Oi
INIlKftNtiKNT, I10STOW,
-l'il CHW- W
fcSA F FOliJ), SI Oll7 IS AC A -N D K K,
71 )llll I.I' IK',
TKUTO.N'IA l.JVl) IXSUHANCR
COMPAWY,
OF CHIOAOO, ILLINOIS.
L'K!(i't..O-rii'K, ITU WASiii.soToxSr.
A.CT1'VA. SQ50.000.
This (iernran Lite liinuinuee Company
tuarantcos not only t'ald-up l'ollclen but
uNo a Value In CVii on the Noii-fnrl'eltiiru
plau.
JOHN A. UUC1C, - - - l'rosldunt
U. KNOIIKLMDOHF, - - - HecroUry
JOHN XV. IMtlJKSd,
Atfent lor Cairo and vicinity.
HIS.MAKK HU.N'D.
SIXTION .NO. 17.
AMoriation for jiromotlii); Life In-uiance
:id Sick liellef hv ui ckly dues and inutu.il
ro-opcratlou in objectaol puhllc huiiullt.
Tho Lite Insurance I'olleii'n will he Uniluil
by the Ti'Utoni.i Life Insurance Company.
H. MKYEU3, Frc'ldi'iit.
.1011 N W. l'lilJKSa, Ao't.
6.1 It for Cnlro unit lelnltr
inmim.v.M'
IMMIGRANT
ti i( r.TM
TIOKKTS
FOK SALK,
SALK, 1 Kj
SALK.J k!
I'orS.tle I l.'nif A ..
Kcr Halo I "
KriltlFOK BALK
VOK
Faro from LiVKitrooL,
Faro from Luudcnjiu.ky
Karo from Olahoow,
Knru from OuKKtmtoM n
OAIHO, i ; : : i ; 4. 1 a 20
TO
uaHv,rJ, M&mt ,t CanJ
Aceiilt.
IN MAN
j-Fnk
I.ltsrpool Kim-Yoik 1.I1.I rhiUdrlprnt
Steamship Company,
conmiT with I'Nitsii ariTct in stunt
uultunsixkis
Kur Usrrjuii; 11. j Wli.
KOK FAHSAOli TIOKHTS
on reuTuttt iNrf.sniimv
Al'l'LY TO JOHN 0. DAl.K, Arn
16 llrun lwsj, Nen-Voik, ur tu
11. II Oil lt,
Vlilnloo Aionlil ll.iro. Illlniiis,
DKNNLS II Alili V "
Has now on hand nil kinds ol
DUY Ouitl) AND STOVK WOOD
1'i.i i-ale. Lent e order nt
V.,KLl'(ll;'.S.STOKKi
Corner SMIi and Commtrcial, (
Or al 1 tinier ol Tw filth -ni rni'lm1
Our Homo Advertisers.
MIlXINKltr.
X
M US. MoGHM,
On GUIilliBlri.et,Linret nCoininerjUlat.il W.sh
ikiiiii .iTouue., it ii1!i reitin(
NKW MII.I-INKKY (1001)3
Ut1l"!T tl'IlNll :ti HUMJIili 4TYI.lt
IIH 1't I t.lll I l,h lit
1ri7Aiia-l n l iinitiniinr l.r
i'iffM!.t f'liii'.vnit.. i:t mo ii 4, ii'.Miai.Mi
f.f nil klndl. Uirtr, 'J.1 , fil,
tlri. Mnltn i. k!.i, s Hu. iu.i.iI si i
KMit) Aitli'lmileh ,
Xu I nil oll.i r itlirli-- iuimII; Ion -i l lu
FlllST.CI.A'rW Ml l.l.I NKKY STOUK !
Mr?. .Mellci'. In udditlnti to her aiuck ul
I'iiiiey ami .Mllllneiy (lomi', hn- :i Hue mul
Complete .'i-Mirimeiit of riiieimi:iti i'iituii
made Ladles' und Ml.e-' .'line- and l.'hll
ilroin.' ilnotn, llhiek und III Color-, 'I hoe
.treaehliiiwleiled to he the tlnc-t nnd ln'-l
hut ill the inaikel, und till I' I lie only
ll'llln! Ilic ill Villi! Ili.'il.i) llielii a ieil.ilty.
I. WVT !'...
WILLIAM .1. A I LKN.
AT'I'OR.NKV AT LA W
CAlltn, l l.l.I NOUJ.
(llhYoovnr 11 f -1 Nation lunk. .'l-lO.'lin
.SA.MiiKi, i'. viii:i:i.i:i!,
iVITOHNKV x counseloh at law
CAIUO. ILLINOIS.
Dltli'ti over I'ii-I N.ill.iinl ImnW. It-lrVhii
UI'.HHN A Ull.tJKKT,
ATTOHNF.Yh
COUNrfKI.Olld AT LAW,
Wllflst'l ll.lillli, ")
Willi. in 11 liilNrl, UAll'il, II l l.VOIrf.
MlU-r T. OilUit, J
aSpiei. Mtlo!ion Kiin ti A IiiumHi u.I
iKflllMtat t,tl,iiM.
ovruiK-
llllO t.KV'r.l!, IIOOMB 7 ANf SilVKB
CITY KATIONAI, IIAVK.
nt;iciii:iiM.
IIYJ.ANI) A SAIMMt,
AND IJK-H.ni.l IK
CHOICE FRHSIl .MEATS
OI',i:VKUY:i)rCltll,''I0N.
Corner 10th street and C.inimen.ial avenue
next door to the 1 1) bind nalooii.
IMC If. OA I HO. ILLS.
JAKK WALTKIt,
AMI I'F.U.f't IX
L
BUTCHER
F R ESH M 10 AT,
Kiohtii Stkket, Itcnrxcv Wjsuikoto.n
AM) COMMKUCIAI. AVK.WUtf,
Aitjiilnlni; III tentiiiiiNii mul liming',
lii-ep tho tout or lienl, I'orls, Mutioii VI.
Limn, Siiukko, ftc liJ uu prepiirixl lu -..lie
cltufi q tlio moil iboiiptnlilii mtnniir.
JOIIX .SMITH,
(Succeior to .lames K)ii.itnu,i
liCTCIIEK ANII DCALXIt 11 ALT. KlNPS 01
Fkksii Mkat.-.
CiiHNCH NlNKTE.Vril AND I'nW.AII Sit!,.
OAIHO, ILLINOIS.
ltuys and sfaughtfM only the hen rallle.
Iiok und hei'p, and U prepared to nil any
ileinand lor fresh uieals Irom one pound to
ten tlifiiikaiiil pouiuN,
.misci:i,i,am:iiiin.
NEW I A VERY STABLE
TF.NTII STUKKT,
IIETWKCN WAhll H AVK.VUK AND WAI.KL'I
Dr. II, K.t'MU Informs Ine publio (lint l.e til
upliv4
. r n v s t .1 h 1, k,
on thu iiortlivteat m, nf Tunlh Iroit as rutn
kIjivo,
Ills .-'Ues will l.u furulslin.l miIIi ncrm but ll
BEST HOUSES
AND GOOD VKHICLK3.
and lite pllblicniay be :ii eoininoil.iti., ul al.
hniii or thu day mid night with mIo ieam
011 tho Itiwi'nt tuniiJ.
Dr. Ichb askni s-ltat-n ofiniMlo ii.itmiiuuo
am will eiideaMir to iiierlt it ,y i ilrdealiii
and btrlct atleiitlon to l,u,l ' ut.uiua
NKW l!0()T AND SHoK ktuTm.'
dlM op..i,,
Al iiiesifc-u i,i ihr iii:i noor.
I'.iiiNKii of Hv.s r.xin Stukki am, Wash-
inillON A.NKM K.
''l0, I I.I, IS (, is.
MllCle I Illlll.. ., ll :,, . ....
..... " I Z U III I ';. l-rt
1 7.'M, " 1. MATSON.
Our Homo Advortiaertf.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
loo Mile lim Hhurleat Itonlo
TO GHICAO-O
:IkIiI1 Mllra the filiorlml Haute
TO ST.XiOTJIS
NO OHANOK OF OA113
KHOJI CA1K0 TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ON LY ON V. Oi7ANOK OK OAKS
OM OA 1 1(0 TO
Clli.Mlih.il, i, liMMlmll., TuImIO,
;-itU, Olet.liii.il, M'm.rt Kalis
!,' !'. I'lll.l.uie, WliliiKtii.
lultliiinro, I'liiliulfljilim, Nen Vork,
ltiluii nr.. I nil mall ciait.
Mllinkie, Jnnr.rilli., tlaillson,
l.ui.'ru.au, lu. I'nul ami nil polnls norm.
III If kllll Dip ( Ll) illlll I i ult- to
li.-oinr, lllnomluxlou, NpunKrl.l,
I'.orit, yuinojr, Kvikuk,
lliirluitfiHD, lo;U l.liuil, ak Hulle,
Miidiita, I n tun, KrM-pori,
(itlro, Iiiilii'Un, hiuiii Ullr,
llinklin sii'l nil lnt northwimt.
r.l'x'nnt llrnvliir Itootn Sioopini; Ca
Un nil Nlbt Trains.
P ir'et' i.'lnuliid io til IrnporUnl points.
I'd licki.u nn, ltif.jrmalii.il, apply lo I. 0, ll.lt
.Irpi.t -.1 airo; na Uoi.nl I no tmiiiit slrniiier l.i-.
Iii.ii Oi'.ihiiI.i an. I Cairo, sii.l t tne prlnolin
l.i.lr.x i ll.-Vrt nTiV-t lliti.iiKl.nut ll.ii ou.Ci.
A. V JOIIN-ii.V. ilfti'l.... Ak'I. Clilcmo
A. Jllu.iil L, lii.'l fiip'l. L'hleai;o.
.1. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
Si'ltlNOFIKL D AN D ILLINOitl
MOUTH K A.ST I'.HN it. J.
(In and utter Monday, April 2Uh, IST'i
triiins vill run as lollows;
.MmillCH.s tiiviitot.
ibi .k.i i .ii'iuKAir
Mxll. Kxpreti,
l.i ir Vlldum . ... 10 l III M p. In
' .hrinKtli-l.i-. . i " 3:(J "
,' lu)iir.ll. lo t " 4 !
luiir .1 rr.... . .. ll.to " 6 i; "
tutli. .i oa anifiittt.t.
Klpre. ilnil.
I.iii. I'ids . . !.'' ". ni 1 V, a. in.
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lirlf .i Sprn.ni-ld...fi.li " e.ii "
LiMiii hpr.nst.iM'l- " In "
Arriti-l VI'iViiim .5 " .......s Ii "
o V T 11 E K : DIVISION.
Illlll UUISJ .(IVTIUI.T,
I.i-k Fji.oo.I ,J..yi. in. ....".....in lo p.ir
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IK C.uniiincii-I Arnu, CAIUO, Il.LINOIe
He.l trmJ of dltTf Wzn-iii rcci.J,
Itll.I.IAKl) Kiloun furnWicd Willi the l.ovl
ofLiblei : and bar supplied with luo, lluiiot.
and clirir. of tlieun-t lir.ni' I
'J?i-lllj
LITTliB KBNTUOKIAN
S A L 0 O N
AND
(Open Day and Nlht.)
J. II. I'AIIK.S, Proprietor,
Ohio Levee, bet, lib an.l.Cth -tu ets,
CAIUO, ILLS.
.MKALS ATALL HOIII13.
A line new Iiluln;; Hall wlUi every coil
en eiuu h'i been added to this popular
llt"t.iuiaiil, und the nuetl, ulll Hivj iwn
reiiii-itc r tlielraeeoiuodatirjii.
TUK HILL OKKAItK
coiikl.t. of otciy Mibitaiitlal and delicacy ol
the -eu-oil.
THE SJLK,
i Mipplli d Willi the
CIIOICKST LiUUiiHS.WINKS & C1GA1CS
CD'.MIxed diliik'. prepared with care.
1 1-10 tt.
IAI
CA1 RO CITY COAL
compawy.
I- I'lt-pM.! Iii iiipiut rii.ioiuwr ltn Ci
iuhI tr nf
IMTTSHUUG AiND ILLINOIS
COAL.
OltDKitS L.lt iiniii.i,.r ii-... .... .. s.
v itiiiiMT Itllin UUJCUa I
L'." , K,VK?j "' t thu Coal Vard below the
...... ....... r., an u uoai i am neiowiln
M. Char en Hotel, Will receive promnt atton
, ?" .Ylu ' "J"'t'K" will hrlii'j coal
,. ...tNiiii hi HiuiuinirH ninny Ijnur,
HKMIS, IMIOU'N Si UO.,
BAG .MANUFACTURERS
Auents IIo.mk Ootto.v Mh.ls
NO. M O,o Lcvco, Cairo, m
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