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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 25, 1890.
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TIB! MOHHIXa (MONDAVI HCimDI,
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TVIXFIELD SCOTT HAXC0CK.
WILLIAM H. ESGLISH.
Democratic State Ticket.
of Cook County.
LEWIS B. PARSONS.
For Secretaayof State,
JOHN II. OBERLY,
of Alexander County.
LOUIS C. STARKEL,
of St. Clair County.
of Wtunebago County.
For Congress lSth district,
of Randolph County.
Senatorial Ticket. '
For Senator of the 50th district,
WM. A, LEMMA,
of Jackson county.
D. T. L1SEGAR,
of Alexander county.
U. R. BUCKINGHAM,
of Union county.
'Tub right of Trial by Jnry. the Habeas Corpus,
the Llherty or tho Tress, the Freedom of Speech,
the National Rights of Persons and the Rights of
Property must bo preserved.-Extruct from Gen.
Bancock's letter upon taking charge of the Louis
COUNTY ATTORNEY. I hereby aunounce my
self as a candidate at tho enduing November
election, lor the office of County Attorney for the
county of Alexander, Illinois. ANGUS LEEK.
CIRCUIT CLERK. -We are authorized to an
nounce that ALEX. U. 1HV1N will be acamll
date at the ensuing November election for the
office of circuit clerk In Alexander county.
POR SHERIFF We are authorized to annonnce
that Mr. JOUN HODGES will be a candidate
ior re-election to the otlico of Sheriff, of Alexandre
county, at the next November election, subject
only to the vote of the people at the polls.
FOR CORONER We are authorized to announce
that Richard KltL'erald is a candidate for re
election the olhce of Alexander county,
General W. T. Siikrman.
"Write down tho very bent thin es yoa can think
orsayofGeu. Hancock as anollleerand a gentle
nan aud I will sign it."
General V. 8. Grant.
"I have nothing t say against Gen. Hancock. I
tafe known him for fortv years. His personal, of
ficial and military record is gowd."
James A. Gaukikm).
"The man who attempts to get np a political ex
citement in this country on thu old rectional ina-i-1
mlU find himself without a party aud without sup
port." now. RoBtKT BELL,
'Gentlemen: The principles of the Democratic
party S(i- as far above tho principles of the Repub
lican party as the battlements of high heaven are
boveiuo mudsills of hell."
Colonel John Hat. '
"Tho Republican hands in thl campaign that at
tompt Ui defile t lie private character of Gen Han
cock would only defile themselves, Hnwasasoi
Mer, a patriot and a man of tin.uilied character, and
Jalf private record is unassailable."
Hon. Caul Hriirws.
"I shall certainly not attempt to dopredicnte the
character of lieu. Hancock, and tho greut services
which he has rendered to tliu country. He is a
geutlemun of irreproiichuble rharacter, whlc.b I shall
pv pony iu w'v uny iiim. .im.iu w .,... v,., .
soldier, he has shown signal bravery and ski
IIIIIIUIIII)( IU,'l llllll,:i lltlllLitl. viiviiiii.iiu.ivvii ..v
111 UUIUU 1. lUCIIllIil.'ll Willi i-omv HI lllu lim-i viiu'ii-
did achievements of tho war. For all this every
..I A:...n ...ill t.,,n... i
(uuu VMII.UU nm ui'uui .inn.
Gem. Winimeld Scott Hancock,
"A full vote: a free ballot: and a fair count."
"Public otllco is a trust, not a bounty bestowed
upon tno nower. no incomtiutein or dishonest per
sun should ever lo entrusted with It."
"If railed to the Prusiduucy I should deem it my
duty 10 resist wnu an my power anv attempt to mi
pair or evade the full force and effect ol the con
sumtum, wmcli in every article, Hcctlonanu amcnu,
mem, is tno supreme law oruie laud.'
"Tho riL'lit of trial bv lurv. tho habeas corpus
tho liberty of the press, the freedom of speech, the
natural rights of persons, and the rights ol property
must be preserved.
HON . K. W. TOWNSEND WILL Sl'EAK AT
Golconda, Friday October 5.
New ISurnslde, Wednesday October n.
Stone Fort. Thursday October 7.
Cairo, Wednesday October i;J.
HON. SAMl'L'L 8 JIAIIHI1ALL WILL il'EAK AT
Golconda, Saturdisy October !.
Metropolis, Jlouday October 11.
Cairo, Wednesday October 13.
Miiryhyshoro. Thursday October 14.
Marion. Saturday October l'l.
tiEN. WILLIAM U. ANDERSON WILL 'SPEAK AT
Golconda, Saturday October 0.
Metropolis, .Monday October 11
Vienna, Friday uctobcf li.
Cairo, Wednesday October 1:1.
Murphvsboro. Thursday October 11.
Marloti, Saturday Octobor Iti.
Hon. r. m. Yot Noni.ooa will weak at
Vienna. Tuesday October 12.
Cairo. Wednesday October Vi,
Anna. Thursday October 14 .
luiuoiu, Friday October 15.
l'lnuneyvillc, Saturday October 10.
HON, JOHN II. OllEULY WILL SPEAK AT
Shawneetown, Saturday October 16,
iolconda. Monday October 1H.
Metropolis. Tuesday October lfl.
Joneslisro.Thiirsduy October 21 .
Sparta, Friday October'-M.
Slariou, Thursday October 28.
Murphysboro, Friday October 29.
Dutuoln, Saturday Octotier U0.
Cairo. Monday November 1.
Uv order of CotiL-ressiomil Committee.
R, Freiianza, Wm. 11. GttEEV,
The newspapers of the District arc requested to
copy tue uoove.
DEMOCRATIC PRECINCT MEETINGS.
Hon S P Wheeler will sneak at Cobden. Satur
day, September 25, at 7 p 111,
Hon W W Barr will sneak at Alto. Frldav. Octo
ber 1, at 7 p m; -Anna, Saturday, Oct 2, ut 7 p m.
Hon F E AlbriL-ht will sneak at Bell's Mill. Mon-
day, Oct 4, at 7 pm: Preston's School House.
fp.,...4 .... -,... A n . ... . nr.ni f 11
1 ui-i-i-nv, VLl u, ut, 7 p IU, VTllllUrUB lauiiiuk,
weuuesciay, tict 11, at 7 p m; Heynold s hehool
Mouse, imirsday, ()ct7,at 7 n m; Uonno a, Satur
day, Oct , at 11 a m.
Hon Jesse Ware will sneak at Mill Creek. Thurs
day, Sept 30, at 7 p m: Gregory School House,
'rldav, Octl, ut 7 D m; Kurraker School House.
Saturday, Oct 2, at 7 p ni; Meiseaheimer School
Monday, tict 4, at 7 p m.
Hon D T Lineirar will sneak at Sit Pleasant.
Monday, Oct 4, at 1 pro; Saratoga, Monday, Oct
4, at 7 p m : Elmore School House, Tuesday, Oct 5,
ut 7 p m ; Dougola, Saturday, Oct it, ut 1 p m.
Hon Georce W Hill will sneak at Lick Creek.
Friday, Oct 1, ut 7 p m; Moscow, Saturday, Oct 2,
at 7 p ni; Melsenheimer School House, Monday,
Oct 4, t 7 p m.
llasket Picnic at Mt Pleasant: llarbecue at Dou
Hon W W Barr will sneak at Marion. Suturdav.
Hon Wm Hartzcll will sneak at Blillrsvillo, Sat
urday. Oct 2, at 1 pm: Cartt rsviUe, Saturday, Oct
at7n ni: Jellersonville, Monday (let 4, at 1 n m:
Marlon, Monday, (let 4, at 7 pm: Pulley's Mill,
Tuesday, (let . at 1 p in: Knnnie's School House,
Tnesduy, Oct 5, at 7 p in; Stone Fort, Thursday,
Oct 1, at 1 p m.
Hon H V Towusliend will speak at Stouo Fort
also on the Vth.
Hon Wm J Allen will speak at Lake Creek, Wed
nesday, Oct (i, at 1 p in; IIohwcH'b Springs (Grassy
Precilic.; Thursday, Oct 7, at 1 p m.
Hon F E Albright will speak at Kaskaskia,
Saturday, Sept 25, at 1pm; Prairie lu
lfoclier.'S.iturd.w, Sept 25, at 7 p m: Eyansville.
Monday, Sept 2. at 1 p m: llllina, Monday, Sept
2. at 7 pm: Baldwin, Tuesiay, Sept 20, ut 1 p 111 ;
SUilnh, Wednesday, Sept 2!i," at 1 p in; Chester,
Thursday, Sept 20, 1 p m,
Hon V J Allen will speak at Shiloh, Wednes
day, Sept 'S), at 1 p ni; CueBter, Thursday, Sept 30,
at 1 p ui.
Hon Wm llartzell will will he present at all tho
above meetings except Kaskaskia and Chester.
By order of Congressional Committee.
W II Ghkln, Chairman.
R. Fkiganza, Secretary.
Hon Wpi K Murphy will speak at Metropolis,
Saturday, ScptiS, at 7 p m; New Columbia, '1 burs
day, Sep: 3d, at 1 p m ; Benton School House, Tues
day, Oct 5, at 1 p m ; llrooklvn, Tuesday Oct ft, at 7
p in ; Aikin's School House, Wednesday, Oct li, at 1
p in; Oak Grove School House, Wednesday, Oct ti,
at 7 p ni.
lion W W Barr, will speak at Stringtown, Tues
day, Oct S. at 1 n mt Metropolis, Tuesday, Oct li, at
7 p m; Aikin's School House, Wednesday. Oct ti, at
1 p m ; OakGroye School House, Wednesday. Oct li,
Gen Wm II Anilersoti and linn Samuel S Marshall
will speak at Metropolis, Monday, Oct 11, at 1 p m.
Hon W A Spnnn will snpnk at Golcomla, Satur
day, Sep 4!), atl p 111: Eddyvllle, Saturduy.Ocl 2, at
1 p m.
Hon Wm K Mnrphv will upeak ut Rose llnd, Fri
day, Oct 1. at 1pm: Eddvvllle, SattirdayOet 2, at 1
p in; New Liberty, Monday, Oct -1. 1 p 111.
Hons Samuel S. Marshall and Wm llartzell will
speak at Golconda, Saturday, Oct U, at 1 p 111,
Hons Geo W Hill and W A Spannwill sneak at
Belknap, Saturday, Sep 'A nt 7 p m: Mt 1'isL'iih,
Monday, Sep 27, ai 7 p in; Keltner School House,
Tuesday, Sep 2d, 7 p ui; Tunnel Hill, Wednesday,
Get 28, at7pni.
lion Wm J Allen will speak nt Gorevllle, Monday,
Oct 4, nt 1 pin; New llrunside, Monday, Oct 4, ut'7
Hon Wm llartzell will speak at Grange Store,
(Elvira Township), Wednesday, Oct at lp m;
New lliirnside, Wednesday Oct 6. at 7 p in ; Grants
buru'li, Friday. Oct s. at 1 pm.
II0111 F S Voiingblond and S P Wheeler will
speak at Vienna. Tuesday, Oct 12, at 1 p III.
Hon Win Hattzell will speak at Tamaron, Hntur
dav. Snt 2'.
lion Jas M Gregg will speak at White Church,
1 Paradise Precinct. .1 Monday Oct 4; Old DiiQimln,
Tuesday, Oct 5; Hound Prairie School House. Wee
nesdav.'Oct II; Gwanwkk, Tlinrsdav, Oct 7; Culler,
Friday. Oct x: lieniuiirk. Sattir.lav Oct 9; Buird
School House, Saturday, Oct 9, 7 p hi.
Pt'I-ASK A COl'NTY.
Hon 8 P Wheeler will speak at Villa Ridge,
Saturday, Oct j;, at 11 p m; Mound City, Momluv.
Get 4 ut 7 p ni; New Grand Chain. Friday, Oct JJ,
:8 p m: Wetiiuir, Saturday, Oct in, 7 p 111.
Hon W A Spanu will speak at Moumt City Tues
diy. Oct all pm: Pulaski, Wednesday, Oct (1,
at 7 p m ; Ullen, Thursday, Oct 7.7 p m.
Ilou M 0 Clawlord will speak at Olinstead, Sat
urday, ( let H. nt 1pm; New Graud Chain, Satnr
dy, Octut ii pm.
THE RACES AT SHARK DAY.
BY REBECCA UAUDlNli DAVIS.
Tho picture of the fox and Btork always
puts nio iu uiiud of tlio fjreat rucc at Shark
Hay. The truo cccount of that uiHiir ib
It was Uuclc Jeems that brought tho
boys down to tho bay. Their lathers hud
fjime out to sea for a day's trolling for
mackerel, uuJ, being ufraid to leave a lot
of city boys runniug loose over the farm,
called tho old nam out of tho stable and
put them under his care.
"Fuss-ruto," said Undo Jeems, coming
up when tho gentlemen were gone, 'Til
gib yoh a day's spoilt, young gemplems."
"You'll attend to your own concerns."
saw rugn, loituy. "Come, Potter; if we
are to spend tho day at Shark's Bay wo can
. T a r - .
provide amusement ior ourselves, I im:i"
1 .1. ,, , ' .
mo auti 1 1 iey waiKcii away arm in arm.
ica ana joo ami mtlo I'olly clung to
Lncle Jeems and tottered atter them.
Pugh and Potterwerc academy boys, and
quite ten years old. They always "iruag-
ineu" ana "presumeu" when Ted would
have said he "thiuked It out." When thev
1 l 1 1 it . . . .
iiiuiieu irom uie uoar, tlio other day, they
were quite sure all tho boarders were look
ing at them, just 113 at homo on Broadway
tney tnouglit tlio crowd admired them
passing by. 1 heir only reason tor expect
ing mis public attention was that Pugh
was studying Greek verbs and Potter had a
watch ; and there aro a L'reat mnnv nprunna
of whom these tilings can be said, though
wo do meet pconlo sometimes whn tliinh-
everybody is admiring them, who do not
even study Orcek and havo not a watch.
oinco tney came to the country Puirli
wore Ins best clothes of gray cloth and
rotter a lull suit of white linen, with mag
nmceni neck-ties and scarf-rings. They
were very much ashamed of the flfinnol
shirts and trousers in which their fathers
wouia go hshing.
miat kinti ot snort slm 1 wo iinvn'
Ted a.sked the old man when they came iu
bigm ot ine uay.
Din s toh tie vouna men to sav. snh"
uuu Lncie jeems Bat Gown on a log and be
an to pick the barnacles off it."
'Never you mind," said Potter, cra-
ciously. "We'll take care of you little fel
The bay was a very little bay. only two
or three miles wide. It sparkled in the
sun, and now and then a crab cams to the
top and made a ring ot ripples on the tan-
colored water. There was a strip of sandv
beach all around it. and back of that preen
and brown marshes as far as you could see
1 - 1 mi -
iniauu. ine bay openeU out into 1 he soa.
which no doubt was a very crand back
ground; but Ted and Polly took
very little account of it it was so
big and uncomfortable. Sand-hills and the
mud in tho marsh were the things, that is
11 you went in ior enjoyment.
rugn ana 1'otter consulted awh 0. Then
Pugh said, as if he were making a speech :
-we are going to have races "
"Oh, goody!', cried Polly.
"Hoorary!" shrieked Ted and Joe.
The grand races of Shark Bav '- that's
the name of them. Two heats. I'm to lay
down the rules for the first heat, and Potter
lor the second. ruv d'ye understand?
"Two heats ! Hooray !" veiled Ted and
Joe, while Polly swung her sun-bonnet by
the strings and screamed louder than
"That will do. You'll make me deaf.
child. Now I'll make tho rules for the
first race. Tho startin-'-noint is this locr
just here, and that boat drawn up on the
beach is the goal. Every man entering the
race must put down a ouarter of a dol
"Haven't got a quarter,'' sung out Ted.
"Hooray I" began Polly, but stopped
"Well, put in what you have got."
Potter aud Pugh each took out their porte-
monaics, and flung down a quarter of a
dollar on a mossy log. Ted and Joo whis
pered eargerly together.
Is tlio ono that wins to have all the
money?" asked Joe.
" 1 es, yes. Come, don't be all day about
"Now, I've cot fifteen cents and Ted's L'nt
fiiteen. It we put in ten each, we'll have
five for the second heat. "Will that do?"
"Don't yoh rcsk yoh money, chillen,"
growled Jeems. "You haven't got de ghost
of a chance 'gainst Hah long legs. Don't
But lea and Joe were breathless with
"tan we go in on that? Can Polly t;o
"Oh yes, yes." Tu'di and Potter laughed
and exchanged significant glances. "Now,"
said Pugh, "fifteen minutes for prepara
tion." lie disappeared suddenly in the mnrsh-
grass. 1'otter took oil his coat. Teed and
Joe, anxiously watching him, did the same.
"Jline s a lrock," said Polly, ready tocrv.
But when Potter unlaced his shoes, aud
Ted and Joo did likewise, sho tore off both
shoes and stockings and hopped about in
her tat, bare feet.
"Tuke your place!" said Potter, throwing
ack his suspenders. His face was very
red, and ho looked now nnd then anxiously
at tlio little heap of twenty-tivo and ten
They all stood in a row by the log, right
foot out, looking impatiently about for
"I think Polly ought to have a start.
She's the littlest," said Ted. ,
"That 8 against Latin rules," said Potter.
solemnly. " 'Mcusa, mensie, mensie, men-
"Oh I" said Ted, looking aghast, I didn't
"Come along, Pugh?" shouted' Potter,
sharply. "I hear you back there. Time's
up! I'll givo tho word. Oue-two-thrcc I
They all dnsh off Totter ahead But ho
stopped short when Pugh brok b through
tho marsh-grass mounted on Ins velocipede.
which ho had brought down froiju town. It
rau liko lightning over tlmhanl beach.
"Lntairl Foull Back! bdek!" shout-
ed Potter, and after him Ted hnd Joe.
"It is fair," said Pugh. There was no
agreement that it was to lie, a foot-raco."
Potter wus silent a mouiont. "Coruo on
then," ho Baid, sullenly.
"We . can beat him, ativhow, Potter,"
muted Tod, wild with excitement.
They mado a fresh start. Potter ran leis
urely, not trying to win. :('oor little Polly
tumbled down atter a yand or two. and
camo back a crying to Uncle Jeems. Ted
and Joo went tearing along only to sec
Pugh, seated on his crimson velvet cushion,
run easily before them all tho way and
around tho goal with a triumphant sweep
of tho wheels. IIo redo back laughing,
gathering up tho money, and put it In his
"Yoh gwine t'tako dem chillen's money?"
said Undo Jeems.
"That's the ruleB of tho rncc,"said Pugh.
"Whv, of course, that's tho rules of
tho race!" cried Ted. "Como on! Sec
nnd heat i Plank down
Joo obeyed. Pugh
your five cents
put down their
"Starting point and goal the same," said
l 0111,11 . 1 1 IVWl IU1UUILD 1U1 VJ'Ul II I IWlat
And he disappeared in tho marsh-grass.
"I won't run this time, boys," 6aid Polly,
looking first at one red little sole and then
But Ted and Joe were hot with eager
ness to bo off. They danced up and down
in front of the log. " Pugh sat smiling, on
There was a stir presently in the gras.
"Time's up!"" cried Joe. "One-two-three
"Go!" shouted Potter, dashing into the
course on his pony. He had not time to
saddlo him, ana rode clinging to the mane,
Pugh rushed forward for a few rods, but
was left far behind.
Ted and Joe raced furiously along until
they were out of breath. The flying heels
of tho pony left only a cloud of sand in
TO BE CONCLUDED TO-MOHIIOW.
NO ONE CAN BREATHE WITH
air impregnated with the seeds of fever
and ague, unless provided with a medicinal
safeguard against tho ruinous disorder.
That time-honored and highly sanctioned
preventive, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, has
won by merit the first place among medi
cinal preparations of an anti-spasmodic
action, and is particularly esteemed in lo
calities where tho scourago of fever and ague
is most severely felt.
A course of this benign remedy invaria
bly results in expelling all traces ot the
febrile virus from the system, and as the
medicine is purely botanic and free from all
deleterious ingredients, it is much to be
preferred to quinine or other prescribed
remedies; the effect of which is temporary,
and which aro calculated to produce bane
ful effects. As a tonic and alterative the
Bitters arc incomparable, fortifying the sys
tem against disease, and regulating its vari
ous functions with certainty and speedily.
Its effects are not transitory, but permanent
I found Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup to be a
most effectual remedy, and feel sure that
the most stubborn cough and cold will
yield to its healing influence. Fraxk S.
Price, ew Orleans, Aug. C, 137o.
lie who docs nothing but sit and eat, will
wear away of Ins pants the seat,
But who works hard, earns sweet repote,
Can eat a square meal and wear good
And if ho has indigestion lie's money to
The best of all cures, Spring Blossom for a
Pall G. Sciiuii, Agent. '
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"Glorious and invaluble remedy." See an
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Why is an Auctioneer like a man with
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Price 23 cents a box, five boxes $1. Oint
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Sold by all leading druggists. (3)
DMISISTRATOH'S SALE OP KEAL 3
Public notice is hereby given that by virtue of a
judgment and order of the county court of Alexan
der county, Illinois, made und entered at the .lur.u
term thereof, A. 1). l!tl, In a cause wherein EVi.a
.1. Twente. administratrix of the estate of Alexander
Twente. deceased, was pliilntlll'.and Ida (',. Twcnie,
Amos A. Twente, Asa 1). Tweute, Artur II. Twente,
Kzra.J. Tweute, John it. Clink, Pra-oklln Hltt and
William Tolbert, were defendant., tor the sale of
real estate to pay the debts of the said Alexander
Twehte, deceased, 1, thu unr.V'rsluncd. adinlnis
trattix as aforesaid, wjill on Wednesday,
the iS'th day of September, 1M(, at eleven
o'clock a, m., at tho front door of the court
house in Culm iu svAd Alexander county, pro
ceed to sell at un'inic sale, to the highest bidder
the following described real estate, free and clear
ofthedoyier of tlio undersigned us widow ol'thu
said deceased, namely :
Tim undivided flve-sl.Ktlis (Ml nf the southeast
ouarter, of the northwest quarter, nnd ofthe south
went quarter of tho northwest quarter, of section
twenty-live (2Mln township fifteen, south range
?io. three (:i) west of the third principal meridian
in said Alexander county, lor thu plirposu of pay
inu' thedcht of said estate.
The terms of sale aro, nne-linlf cash down, nnd
the balance in one. year with nolo, and also mort
gage on the real estate sold to secure the deferred
payment; said notu to bear Interest at tlin rate of
six percent. ELIZA J, TWENTE.
Cairo. 111., Aug. 30, IhsO.
Whereas, F. Marlon Lawrence and Evallnn Law
rence his wile, did, by their deed of trnst bearing
date Juno 21, A. 1. 1K7I. and recorded In there
corder's nlllec of Alexander county, Illinois. Julvl,
A. 1). ls'li In Hook "(j" ofTttit lleeds.mi page 841.
convey to tlio undersigned truncc, the following
real estate situate In county of Alexaiidcrand Statu
of Illinois, to-wit: The southeast unnrtcr of thu
northwest quarter, and the northeast quarter ofthe
southwest quarter, all of section tlilrty fotirCI4i,
township fourteen (Mi, range tworJl, west of third
principal meridian, iu trust to seenru thu payment
of a certain promissory note In said deed of trust
described; and whereas, default lias been made In
tho payment ol said nolo, which said note remains
long since past due and unpaid, Now, therefore,
011 application of the Irval holder of said mile no
tice Is hereby given, that the tinderslL'iied trustee
will, on Monday Tin 27tii hay or SKnrMnitii. A.
D. IHRO.Bt the tlonr ofthe court house. In said Al
exander county and State ol Illinois, at tho hnnrof
ti o'clock p. m. of sold (lav, ntlcr fnrnilo and sell
at public auction to the htitliemt bidder, for cash.thn
above described real vsmtu Si pay Mini sutlsly thu
amount of principal and Interest due upon mid
note. WILLIAM 11ULEN, Trustee.
Cairo, 111,, August K0, lttrl,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. 11.
Shortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tlio Only L,ino llunninar
Making Dikect Connection
Tiwins Leave Cairo:
li: 15 a in. Mail,
Arrlvlne In St. Louis ;i:4S a.m. : Chicago, n.-sn p.m. ;
Connecting at Odin and Elllnuhaiu for Cincin
nati, Louisville, lniliunapolis and points East.
11:1 n.m. Bt. Louis uml A'-stiTii
Arriving in St. Louis 7:0." p. m., and connecting
for all point West.
-4:U p.m. Knst JKxproBH.
KorSt. Louis and Chicago, arriving at St. Louis
i'i:ui p.m., anu Chicago 7:20 a m
-4 :UO p.m. Ciru-innati Kxproi-ri.
Arriving ut Cincinnati T :' a.m.: Louisville 7:2i)
am.; Indianapolis 4:oo a.m. I'assengers bv
this train reach the above points 1 li to : .i i
HoUHS iu advance of any other route.
itf-The 4 :20 p. m. exuress has PULLMAN
M.EEI'ING CAU Cairo to Cincinnati, without
changes, and through sleepers to St. Louis and
Fast Time East.
P'l (flOSJ So through to Kast.
l aslllLln ,,rn points without any delay
caused by Sunday Intervening. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairn arrives in new York Monday
morning at HHiV Thirty-six hours in advance of
any other route,
tKor through tickets and further Information,
apply at Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
JA5. JOHNSON, J. n. JONES,
(ien. Southern Apcnt. Ticket Auei.t.
A. H. HANSON, Gen. I'aes, Agent. Chicago.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
II. "W. SMITHKHS, Receiver.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Thronch Express leaves Cairo 'J:30a m.
Through Express arrives at E. St. Louis.. 5:4Sp.m.
Through Expri-ss leaves E. St Loui !:i,m.
Through Express arrives at Cairo S:ln p.m.
Murphysboro iiccommodatlonleaves Cairo 1 :.l(l p.m.
Mu'physboro Aec.arrives-ai Murphysboro 7:7ip.m.
Murphysboro Acc. leaves Murphysboro .. 5:ooa.ni
M.irphysboro Acc. arrives at Cairo 11 :25 a.m.
The Cairo A St Louis Kull Itoad Is the only all
Itail Koute between Cairo and St. Louis under one
management, then-fore there are no delays at
way stations awaiting connections from other lines.
Close and sure connections at St. Louis with other
Hues for North, East and West.
L. M. JOHNSON.
TIME TAULE OK TASSENTiEn TRAINS FI'.OM
VINCENNES (Nov. 30, 18T3.J
No. 2 Day Express lExcept Sunday)...
6 Epress (Except Suuday)
" 4 Night Express (Daily) ...
No. 5 Express fExcent Sunday)
1:30 p. m.
. t:Sf,p. m.
1 Pay Express (Except Sunday).... 2:Mp
3 Night Express (Dally) J a,
J. H. Clark,
C. S. Conb, Jr.,
Gen. Ticket Ag't Cincinnati
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE feFfeq STATES.
On and after Monday, June Tth, and until further
notice the ferryboat will make trips us fullows:
it MISSISSIPPI R'y.
LXAVKS LEAVES LEAVES
Foot Tourth st, Missouri Laud'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
T:f"ia. m. 7:M0 a. m. ' h a. m,
:"na- n. S:ii, m. in a. m.
ll:("ia. m. ll::ia. m. 12:t0m.
':'' P-n. 2:W p.m. 3 p.m.
4 :t) i. in. 6:nu p.m. t;;i0p,m.
2 p- m. 2:no p.m p, m
E CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. T. nAt.LITM Y, President.
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