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TIIE DAILY IllJLLETIX.
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g. A. Purnett. ' Publwhw.
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TOFIELD SCOTT HANCOCK,
WILLIAM H. ENGLISH,
Democratic State Ticket.
of Cook County.
LEWIS B. PARSON'S.
of Clay County.
For Secrutaayof State,
JOHN 11. OBERLY,
of Alexander County.
LOUIS C. STARKEL,
ef St. Clair County.
or Winnebago County.
For Congress, ltSth district,
of Randolph County.
For Senator oftheMth district,
WM. A. LEMMA,
of Jackeon county.
I). T. LISEOARj
of Alexander county.
of Union county.
"Thx right of Trial by Jury, the Habeas Corpus,
the Liberty of the Press, tho Freedom of Speech,
tho National RlghU of Persons and the Rights of
rroperty must be preserved,-Extract from Gen.
Hancock's letter upon takini charge of the Louis
COUNTY ATTORNEY. I hereby announce my
self as a candidate at the ensuing November
election, lor the office of Oounty Attorm y 'r ,uu
conntT of Alexander. Illinois. ANGUS LfcKK.
CIRCUIT CLERK. -We ate authorized to an
nounce that ALEX, n. IRVIN will be a can ill
date at the ensuing November election for mo
ffice of circuit clerk in Alexunoer coumy.
IOR SHERIFF We sro authorised to announce
- that Mr. JOHN IK1I1GEH will be a caudldsto
for ra-elisctlun to the office of Sheriff, of Alvxulidru
county, at tho next November election, subject
only to the vote oitne peopio at me pons.
GixeralW. T. Sheika.
"Write down the very best thinqs yon can think
or savor oen. imunK as un officer niiu a geuilU'
man and I will sign it."
Gineiul U. S. Chant.
"I havenothine to sav aminst Oen . Hancock,
have known him for forty years, His iiorsouul, of
ficial ana miutarv recuro is ooa. '
James A. Gaiikiei.ii.
"The man who attempts to g't up a political ex
citement in this country on the old sectional isTcs
will nua hmiseir wituout a surty uua witnout sup.
Hon. Robeiit IIkix.
Gentleman: Tho principles of the Democratic
party areas far aliiivw tha principle of the Repub
lican party as the battlements of high heaven are
above tu muusllls of bell."
Colonel Joiim Hay.
"The Republican hands In this campaign that at
tempt to dettle the private (hararter of Geo Hw
cock would olilr defile themselves. He was a sol
dler, a patriot and a man of liusu'ilied character, and
tus private recuruis UHasstuaoio,
Hon. Cam. k-uvnit.
' MI shall crrtainly hot attompt to depredlcate the
character ofGen. Hancock, aud the gnat services
yttf.a us ess reuuerea iu tut country, un is
gentleman ef irreproachable c mrscier, wi mn . ...... antliuietical 0110 88 appilCU 10 soldiers. 11
bV.?7 XtiTnyMtii answers first-rate when applied to an eight-
hm 111V12 "troopi under difficult circunistonces, and to-soven commission, however, when beaten
,? i tWtX S ut the election.
good citiaun will nouor bim.
Gkn. Wixfield Scott Hancock.
"A fnll vote ; a free ballot ; and a fair count."
Public office is a irun.noia uuuiuy ."""-
But no form of govermeut, however care
fully devised ; no principles, however sound,
will protect tho rights of the pcoplo unless
tho adminstration is faithful and efficient.
It is a vital principal in our system neither
fraud nor force must be allowed to subvert
the lights of the people Hancock's letter
DO FIGURES LIE?
One of the axioms that have passed cur
rent for generations ia "Figures don't lie."
A study of the radical papers and stump
speeches, written and delivered during this
campaign, suffice to disprove any such
theory. A pet method adopted to deceive
ltifr.lv used bv John Sherman. It is
neither new nor true. Nobody overpaid
any attention to it, and it was relegated to
fill up the corner of a patent inside or sand
wiched between tho certificates of Mrs.
Nervous and Mr. Hypo to their wonderful
cure by Dr. Humbug's Cureall in the mil
lion almanacs annually issued by the learned
When tho official head of the Treasury
Department asserts that Oen. Washington's
administration stole eight dollars on eich
thousand collected, and by way of contrast
. ,. P. .' ,
implies the superiority ot Gen. Grants, in-
asmuch as the losses in his administration
amounted to only thirty-four cents on the
thousand dollars, that head of the Treasury
Department, even if it bo tho immaculate
brother of the General commanding the
army of tho United .States, simply states
what he knows full well, officially and per
sonally, to be a falsehood. Sherman stulti
fies himselt by making, at first or second
hand', any such assertion. At this present
moment we can not go into the details
andtheprootot the lolly and tne mauce 01
any such assertion, and simply appeal to
tho history of the times, to bear out our as
sertion, that for all the crimes that can de
grade a government, bribery, corruption
jobbery, nepotism and usurped power,
Graut's administration outdid any reprc
scntative government, ancient or modern.
The arithmetical sophism to which we
wish to draw particular attention is that
which counts the relative strength of Dem
ocrats and Republicans in the army during
the war by giving a table Bhowiug the vote
cast by the 'army in 1804 for President. Hy
this table McG'lellan had in round numbers
34,000 and Lincoln 117,000. Tho same
proportion throughout tho whole army is
assumed to be correct, and hence about 2'i
per cent, of the army was Democratic and
7 per cent. Republican.
Now suppose we apply the same mithod
of reasoning to the stay at-homes, we will
sec that it does not redound to tho credit of
tho Radical calculators. For instance, tho
number of votes cast in Ohio gave Lincoln
majority of nearly 100,000. If the rule
holds good, as it must when applied to
both classes, then those Union-shriekerf,
whose patriotic impulses led thorn to stay
at home, were principally of the Radical
party, Rut this common sense method of
reasoning is what Radicals never learned,
or at least never practice. The fact is that
the rank ami file of the army were chiefly
Democrats. They either did not vote at
all in the election, or they voted under the
powerful inducements, many times amount
ing to threats of their superior officers,
The very small per ccntago of army votes
cast, is proof that the army did not vote.
New York, Pennsylvania or Ohio had
nearly or quite as many votes m tho army
nc tl.nrr. worn Vf.tea mat. In tl.nr nl.Ttinn l.v
.. .. n n -ii-
the entire army. By following tho logic
ot Hadicalism we would count all the votes
not cast as Democratic. This would bo
still turther borne out by the decreased
Republican votes in the years immediately
following, when tho soldiers returned homo
and voted without compulsion.
That extraordinary modes were resorted
to to give an army indorsement to tho then
Administration, the public prints oi the
timo and tho recollections of old soldiers
alike attest. It is ,on record that in an
Ohio regiment Democratic propogandists
were not only threatened, but actually put
in confinement. Tho whole vote counted
for McClellan would havo been multiplied
several times by the Army ot the Potomac
alone, had those votes been fairly counted.
The McClellan strength in tho army was
amongst tho veterans like the Sixth corps,
whose membeis were distinguished for all
the qualities which characterized the
But enough has been written to show
our readers tho rottenness of the planks on
which Radical leaders stanJ, whilst they
bawl out their own praises as Union-savers.
0 I -
upon the bolder. No incompetent or dishonest per- fight politicians Were smoking und Cliat-
,0niioul(iver boomriiKtedwitb it." ting under the Woodward avenue portico
"If railed to tho l'resiilcucy 1 should oeeni u ray h ., 1 1 .
duty to resist with all mv power any attempt to im- ot the city hall, when they wero joined by
pair or evade tho full force and effect ol tho con- ft long-haired, mild-looking, long-Waistod
Jffi strnngV.whosemedjuHt ctead with con-
"The right of trial by jtirv. tho habeas corpus, gumption. Ho leaned against the stone
th bbortv of tho vt,n c0 unins and listened to tho talk for a few
DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; TUESDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER
They must try Bomo other dodge than tho
BLUFFING TIIE CROWD.
From tho Detroit Free Press.
Soon after dinner tho other day seven or
minutes and exhibited no great interest
until one of the party asserted his belief
that Garueld would carry Ohio.
"Il-how much d-d-do you want to
b-bet that he will?" inquired tho stranger,
as ho straightened up.
"O, I wouldn't mind a Uct ot ten dol
"I'll b-bet you ono t-thousand dollars
against two h-hundred !" continued the
stranger, as he went down into his coat-tail
pocket ana fished up an enormous wad of
Tho politician crawfished on the ground
that he uever bet, and the stranger looked
around and asked;
"Is there anybody hero who w-wants to
b-bet that Hancock will be '1-lccted? I'll
bet a t-thousand to five h-hundrcd 1"
There were no takers. Then he waved
his wad of bills on high and said:
'I'll m-mako tho s-sanic b-bet that Gar-
lie Id will bo defeated."
The crowd looked at each other and
then across tho street, each man as dumb
as a clam. The silence lasted for a minute,
and then one of the group remarked :
Well, it will probably bo a close strug
"W-will it! i ll u-ufii you a tnousanu
to five hundred that it won't b-be," prompt
ly replied tho stranger.
No one spoke again tor thirty seconds,
and then the remark was made that both
parties wero prepared for a great struggle.
"Struggle u-uc aarneu 1 1 d-ihi you nve
h-hundred to threo h-hundred that there
won't bo any struggle.
One or two men shoved tlieir Hands into
their pockets and jungled their keys, but it
ended right there. When tho silence had
fe consumptive asked:
itj)0 anv 0f vou rr.rreHtlemen notice any
im-impedimcnt in my speech?"
saD(j to two h-hundred that I. don't s-s-stut-
ter any more then any of y-you!" exclaimed
tne man, as lie uegan to unuc me tinny
around his rolls of bills.
Not a hand moved and after a minute the
stranger waved his money and said:
"Or I'll b-bet you five h-hundred even up
that I d-d os-stutter like b-b-blazes!"
One backed softly into the hall, followed
by a second and by a third and in a min-
utethestransrer was left alone. Then he
nntici tho grinS) puUea tw0 one dollar
bills off the roll and put them in his pocket
and threw away the "core," which was sim
ply a wnd of brown paper. He mvl buflled
the crowd over and over again on exactly
A QUESTION READILY ANSWERED
A Republican organ asks :
Will some Democratic editor please in
terview General Hancock aud publish his
opinions if he has any?
Yes, here are some ot Oencral Hancock, s
publicly proclaimed opinions, taken from
his noble letter ot acceptance ot the Dem
ocratic nomination for President. What
does the Republican organ think ot them?
What has it to say against tliemj
As one pcoplo we have common interests.
Public oflice is a trust, not a bounty be
stowed upon the holder.
War for the Lnion was successfully
closed more than fifteen years ago.
The bayonet is not a lit instrument lor
collecting the votes of freemen.
Neither fraud nor lorco must be allowed
to subvert the rights of the people.
Powers not delegated to the United
States by the constitution, nor prohibited
to it by the states respectively or to the
.,., ., . f ,.,..,
acting in its own sphere without trenching
upon the jurisdiction of the other, consti
tute the union.
No lorm of government, however care
fully devised, no principles, however sound,
will protect the rights of the people, unless
the administration Is faithful and efficient.
If called to the presidency, I sMould
deem it my duty to resist with all my
power aay attempt to impair or evane tne
full force of the constitution, which, in ev
ery article, section and amendment, is the
sunreino law ol the land.
It elected. I shall, with the divine favor,
labor with what ability I possess to dis
charge my duties with fidelity, according
to my convictions, and shall take care to
protect and deltmd tlte union, ana 10 see
that the lawB be faithfully aud equally re
spected in 41 parts of the country alike.
An Eleoant Toilet Preparation, hair
dressing aud restorative is lound in "Lon-
don Hair Color Restorer." It seldom fails
to restore gray Or laded hair to its Original
youthful color and beauty. Falling hair is
hcckcd by iu utof nnd it produces a
growth of beautiful young hair, solt, glossy
nil luxuriant. it certainly is tuo most
cleanly and effective hair restorer now be
fore the Amencun people.
A. A. Gibson, Burrytown, Duchess coun
ty, N. Y., writes: Dr. Swayno & Son,'Phil-
udelphin: Oents I enclose a postothce
order for eight dollars; pleaso send me one
dozen "London Hair Lolor Hestorer. ' It
has stopped my hair from falling, and re
stored it to its natural color. It hits proven
satisfactory in every respect. The "London
Hair Color Restorer" can bo obtained at all
tho leading druggists at 7.) cents a bottle.
"Swaynk's Ointment and Pills." The
greatest remodies the world has ever known
curing tho most inveterate case of skin
diseases, such as tetter, salt rheum, scaly
head, barbe's itch, Bores, all crusty, scald
skin eruptions, and that distressing com
plaint, itching piles. As blood purifier
and regulator, Bwavne s Tar and Sarsapa
rilla Pills are excellent. Cure sick nnd
ncrveous headache, dyspepsia, indigestion,
ward off malarial fevers, cleansing the sy'
tern and bowels of all im purities, restoring
to healthy activity every organ of tho body,
Price 23 cents n uox, five boxes f 1. Oint
mont 50 cents, three boxes Ht .25. Can lie
sent by mail to any address on receipt of
prlco. Address letters, Dr. Swayne & Hon
fl50 North Sixth street, Philadelphia,
Sold by all leading druggist. (2)
!f tho leading business houses whoso advertise
ments may bo found in Tin Bulletin .
C. O. Tatlor A Co., Commercial avonue and Nine
Yocnm ft Broderlck, Wash. Ave., cor. Eighth.
New York Store. C. O. Patler & t't., Cor. Nine
teenth aud Commercial.
Dr. J. II. Martian: office, 110 Commercial avenue.
Drs. Louch & Wheeler, Eighth street,
Dr. W. C Jorelyti, Eighth near Commercial .
Or. E. W. Whltlock, li Commercial aveniio.
II. II. Candee.No.TOOhlolevee'npstaSrsi
Emittnlilo Llfo, of New York, comer Twelfth and
C!:y National, Ohio levee.
lohn Sproat, corner Twelfth and Levee.
S. C. Ford. Comer Ninth and Commercial.
r ENERAL DELIVERY open ,:M a. m.; closes
IT :noo.m.: Sunday. 8 to 9 a.m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m. ; close
Through Express Malls via Illinois Central 3:10
Mississippi Central Railroads close at II p. m.
Cnlro and Poplar Bluff Through and Way Mall
jlWayUMafi"5ia Illinois Central, Cairo and Vln
icnnes and Mississippi Central Railroad close at
':Vuy Mall for Nurrow Gango Railroad closes at
Cairo'aiid Evansvlllo River Route closes at
p. m. daliy (except Friday).
Mayor N.B. Thistlewood.
Treasurer Edward Dezonla.
Clerk Dennis. J, Foley.
Counselpr--Wm. B. Gilbert.
Marshal J. C.Lalluo.
HOARD OF ALUEHME.
First Ward-M. J. Howley.
Second Ward-David T. Llncgar,
C. R. Wood-
mtV. ,m-..vr v Wrti.ht. Eebe'rt Smith.
Fourth Ward-Charles O. Fatjer, James Kynaston
Fifth Ward-T. W. Uulliday, Ernest B. Petttt.
Circuit JuJgo-D. J. Baker.
Circuit Clerk-J. A. Reuves.
Couuty Judge R. S. ocum.
County Clef k-S. J. Hnmin.
County Attonwy-VJ M.?''Jr: .
Countv Treasurer-Miles A . Parker.
Coroner-R. Fitzgeraic. . ,,., , A
Coanty Comnjissioners-T. W. Halllday, J A.
M. Gibbs, Samuel Brllcy.
VFRICAN M. E.-Fourteenth street, between
Walnut and Cedar streets: services Sabbath 11
a. m. and 7:3 P- m; Sunday School 1 :ao p. m.
CnRISTlAN-Elghteenth street; meeting Sab
bath 10:30 p. m. ; preaching occasionally.
CnrRCn OF THE REDEEMER Episcopal)
Fourteenth street; Sunday Morning prayer,
lu:30 a m'; evening prayers, p. .;.
school :3U a. m. Friday evening prayer 7:40 p. in.
THIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHUltCU.
T Preaching at 10:a a. m., p. m.. and 1 :30 p. m.
sTibbath school at 7:30 p. m. Rev. T. J. Shores,
I TJTrjERA?; Thirtcentn streei; rw,i .-
. . G.li.
METHO!IST-Cor. Elehtb and Walnut streets;
Preaching Sabbath lA:. a. m. aud 7 p.m.;
prayer meeting, Wedr.esdHV 7:t p. in.; Sunday
School, 9 a. m
Rev. Whittaker, pastor.
I '....v....,, o. i,.,in m. Htnl 7::inu. m.: prayer
mcctlug Wednesday at 7::p.m-: !mday School
it a p. m. Rev. B. V. George, pastor.
O street, between Walu'lt and Cedar streets; ser-
vices Sabbath at 3 and 7:30 p. m
OT. JOSEPH-S-Roman Catholic) Corner Cross
0 and Walnut streets; servic-s Sabbath 10:3Oa.
m.; Sunday School at -J p.m.; Vespers 3 p. m. ; ser
vices every day at S p. ui.
ST PATRICK'S-tRoman Catholic) Corner Ninth
street and Washington avenue: services hah
oath t and 10 a. m. ; Vesper- 3 p. ra. ; Snnday School
1 p. m. ; services every day at e p. m. Rev. F . aDel,
1r()MAN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPEHANf'K Us"
H)S, holds Its regular weekly meetings in
the hall of the Cairo Temperance Reform 1 Clnn. ev
ery Thursday afternoon, at 3: 'JO o clock, fcvery
hody is luvited to attend.
-rjRS. G. II. LEACH & E. D. WHEELER
HonKPpatliic Pliysidans and Sur?eons,
Will perform all operations and treat diseases of
any nuturo In surgery. Office: No. 10, Eighth
street, Cairo. Ills.
DMINlSTRATOR'S SALE OF REAL ES
' iii.ii. ...,'tlfo t herehv elven thatbv virtue of a
Judgment and order of the county court of Alex an-
,.,. .1.. ...).. ...........I n. tin. .limn
Uer COUtlty, Illinois, ll.nuu am. en,.;..... . ...v
term thereof, A. 1. ls-o.in a cause wuereni cii.
J . Tweute. administratrix of the estate of Alexander
Tweute. deceased, was plaintiff, and Ida C. Twenie,
Amos A. UweUlo.Asa 11. 1 wente, atuit 11. 1 cinr,
K..ra.J. Twente, Jonu 11. 1.1am, rrauami um uuu
William Tolbert. weru defi-nduiits, lor tno suie 01
reale.tato to pay the debts of thu said Alexander
Twei.te, deceased, 1, 1110 uimersigiieu, uiiniiinr-
rati ix as aroresam. win ou Meuuesuay.
tlx- -Jith day of September. 1S-0, at eleven
o'rlock a. m.. at the front dnor of the court
house In Cairo in sbiu Ai. xiii.oer couriy. pro
ceed lo sell at public sale, to tho highest bidder
the following described real estate, free and clear
of the dower of tho undersigned us widow ortho
said deceased, namely :
Tho undivided Avis-sixths (5-fi) of the southeast
nuurter, of the northwest (inurter, and of tho south-
I ...... .... .1... ....... I. ......, mi.,.,.. ot' i.i'lliin
west (iiiarier 01 urn n.iinin. oi ..i...... .. ... v.w
tweutv-tlvo (gS)IU townsinp nneen, souin range
No. three (Bl west Ol tne iniru irinciiai iiiernimi.
In said Alexander county, lor the purpose of pay-
, l.,.,l.,l,w of ftulfl f.hltu.
; . . . -...... j .1
Tim terms 01 sine are. one-nan casn o u. mm
the balance In ono year with nolo, and also morl
.,n On. rexl estuto sold to securo thu deferred
li'avmeiit ; said nolo to hear Interest at tho rate of
ilx perceut. ELIZA J. TW'KNTK,
Cairo. 111., Aug. 30, W0.
Whereas. F. Marlon Lawrence and F.vallno Law,
rence his wife, did, by their deed of trust bearing
ilato Juno SI. A. D. is"!), and recorded In there
rorder's office of Alexander countv. Illinois. .1 u 1 y 1 ,
A. Il.lKTUin Hook "0"ol Ttut IJeetls.oinuigO 3-13,
convey to the undersigned trustee, the following
real estate situate III eounty of Alexander nnd Statu
of Illinois, to-wit: The southeast iiunrter of thu
uortliwest quarter, and the noriheast iunrt-r of tho
soiilhwest iiarter, all of section thirty-four i:H,
towiishlti fourteen (14), ranue twolii), west of third
lirluclpal meridian, in trust to secure the payment
of s certain protnlssorv mite In said deed of trust
described; and whereas, default has been made In
the) pavim-nt ol said note, which said note remains
lung allien pasi nun anil unpaiii, mm, inure. urn,
nn annlleatlon of the Icenl holder of said note no,
tics Is hereby given, tbsi the undersigned trustee
will, on Monday thi v!Tth iiay or Hkitemhkh, A,
It lMSO.nl the dour of tin. rnm t bniisn. In said AI
exnnderciiiintynnd Stale ol Illinois, attl e hour, if
tln'clork n. ni. of saldilav. oner for su e and sell
at public auction to the highest bidder, lor cash, tho
above described real estate to pay and Sutlsly th
amount of principal and Interest rluo upon said
note, vvn.i.iAM m j.u.i, irusiee,
Caiho, Iu,, August 'Jv, m
ILLINOIS . CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Only Lino Kunniny:
Making Diuect Connection
Trains Leave Caiho:
3:1 nam. Muil.
Arriving In St. I.onjs !):4j a m.: Chicago. ts:jo p.m. ;
Connecilng at Odiu aud Killiigham for Cincin
nati, Louisville, Indianapolis und polnis East.
ll:.lO i.m. St. Ivouisi and AVestorti
arriving In St. Louis 7:05 p. ra., and Cdtmecting
for all points West.
4:20 p.m. J'ustt Kx preen
For St. Louis and Chicago, arriving at St,
lOMnp.in.. und Cliiciigo 7:' a m
-J:ViO p.m. Cincinnati K.xpross.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Louisville 7:20
a m.; Indianapolis 4:IW a.m. I'assetigers by
this train reach the above points ll to '.Hi
HOURS In advance of auy other route.
rf-The trjl p. m. express has PULLMAN
si.kKPINC I'AH t'mrn to Cincinnati, without
changes, and through sleet ers to M. Louis and
Fast Time Kaet.
TJ.-. .- r.r...., bv this lino iro through to East.
I il..MIH;il ern points without any delay
ransnd bv Sunday Intervenliiir. The Saturriay after-
noon train from i'airo arrives in new York Monday
morning at 10:3'i. Thirty-six hours In advance of
auy other r:ute.
j:Tor through tickets and furthcrjnfcrmation,
ujipiy ai liiiuois Leuirai i.aurunu iepw., v.nu..
JAs. JOHNSON. J. n. JONES.
(Jen. Southern Agent. Ticket Agent.
A. H. HANSON, Gen. Pass, Agent. Chicago.
CAIRO As ST. LOUIS R. R.
11. V. BMITIIKKS, Iceccivor.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Thrnnch Ejnress leaves Cairo
Through Express arrives at E. St Louis.. 5:4fp.m.
Through Express leaves E. St. Louis.... 9:iia,ui.
Tlirough Express arrives at Cairo s:iop.m.
MiirphysboroaccommodatlurilejivesCairo 1 :30 p.m.
Mu'physboro Accarrives at Murh)sboro 7:'iOp m.
Murpbysboro Acc. leaves Murphysboro .. !i:ia m.
Murphvsboro Acc. arrives at Cairo 11 :'J5 a m.
The Cairo A St. Louis Hull Road Is tho only all
Rail Route between Cairo and St. Louis under one
management, therefore there are no delays at
wv stations awaitlne connections from other lines.
Close and sure connections at St. Louis with other
lines for North, Last and W est.
L. M.. JOHNSON.
OHIO & MISSISSIPPI R'y.
TIME TABLE OF PASSKNT.Ell TRAINS FROM
VINCENNES (Nov. 30, 1S7K.)
No. 2 Day Express (Except Sunday).... 1:30 p.m.
li Kuress (fcxeept suuaay). 1 :'. n. m.
4 Night Exprest (Dally) U:3Ha, m.
No. f Express (Except Sunday) fi:f)5 a. m.
" 1 Duv Express fcxeepi Minuayi... . :: 1, m.
" 3 Night Express (Dally) 1:25 a. m.
. K. Ci.akk. C. S. Cone. Jr..
Agent Vlnccnncs, Gen. Ticket Ag't Cincinnati
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On and after Monday. June 7th, and until lurthcr
notice the ferrynoat will mako trips as iouowb:
Foot Fourth st.
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