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THE DAILY CAIIIO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 3, 1850.
And the tmual l'yrtrKtlrr , li pleanant to take,
Ai.d will p- v. tt i'hi-f tin- mM yn.li.t aiM bftrmlt-ii.
St.lrni H4tiuUr tin! 4 lea dm-r u.i kw
it-.-l, ...iim,i l. .jliii- i,iti--. I-m 4'unalliit
lion, Illiutu.neM, llemlaehl-, lllf, m.T '41
lit inn ii,.riy fi'nn an u'l.l'IWl'fl .I'llf " llit li.l(H,
'I .. ifjf 'il;ipmlj) lh- euratlii tit'tttt, Avuel llu
iui" u- : iu.il ' ii iMiinii t i mH 'ullwl . r,
TROIl( - Kl IT I.AX4TIV1. put up In
tl.'l.lO till !'! ulilY. i ll' HI tfl.K. Auk f'.'ir
'ii k't'i'll r litj'.i itHr. I'Minptili-i, r i a-Mrns. Hi i.r;-
,,. I, i, J. .. lirillUU.V.'I'i.S'.
.l'.uk I U'-, N-w V.-.ik.
biiCRt Pjh:h3 n3 ANY FORM of S:-Cuico
i,1 r;.- .1 iwkt-x, !) Ii lAhl.MV HKit
OA i ,'a:;u' ' '., V' s. v., in' .i ., r
l-.u J.nu.-irf-n, !, M I "I'l'K-t
"flu Kin 11 .' K' vii ," wet )' il Hill ' ' "". "i'i
w..) Tin- r.'i. Mr Hi 'I' " HI""
-. .. V I... .in- Ai i.Lji. i i ( Il H'lf Aiii-ii. uii t nl. I.'
Crowned vriA Success.
The Black Modiclno
la a PURGATIVE that BUind. un
rivaled, it acta on the BOWELS,
cleanaea the BLOOD, purifies the
SYSTEM, and regulate the LIVER
unlike any other remedy known.
I'0 SaLB BT ALL DrCGOIS'S.
Price SO Cant and V 1.00.
vsb iwrnia sis
A HEVER-FiilISS REMEDY
For Cr ir's ar J ftvsr, BIiousand In
ttrr.Ttter.i f evert, Dumb Ague,
r.r.d a'i N'ta'ar'.a! Diseases.
fctop tnkiDC I'lilxinuu. !'ruij!
htop titklng iloaf-j-ruciurlii tjuinlne!
top taking boi.-'.ektrojl:i6 Meicuryl
Mop tuning dmittemu I'olton!
ptnlard Cure contuhi. o i Qulnluol
KUmlnrJ Cure contain uo Mrrcaryl
Standard Cure eootsln no 1'oltoiut
HUuxlard Cure U plnatant ti take I
I'ltICK iO CENTS l'Kl HOX.
Standard Cure Co.114 Nassau si.N.Y,
And by DrugKUU.
. 1 II Mo-. 4 rr-t r-flii ftV'.Y
I'i.W.r- Jl."i uii IV). r
Addn.f 1MMEL K.
Bi;tr, Wtilri).toc. N.J.
m AVI.OR.-A11 tiirmr.. of fumllT I tine (il TAV
-I IJnr will riM tivF liitiTc.iinir til vuliiulile In-
f'lrBinllou tij Hi-clink' if'.druM to J
l.OK, Jermy City. N J
I Luwi-.t -rir' ever knrn
I t Hrrn h-l'iiuli ri, nlh s
i mid Ki-vohi-r-.
Jour l."hot Cjim
at On-ill. y rcdco-il iirire
Hi-ud m mu ii fur our Ni-w li-
ln.trmed CitnlotTiy. t" P. Puwvll A tm, S.ff
Slain .'ret-t Ciuciiaati
I Ili-iit caMn'-t or rr!or crcKi. In
t lie vrnrld. wlnni-r of tilhi .t di
I lllif linn at every (.'mat World
Exhibition "f thlrte.-n yi-nr.
i 1'ricrB. 'il . 'i7, t- IK" o
TT AIT TV Ifrmoand uimaid Fur eacy pay
J.lA.Uljli menm, v a iiirtt-r Hid up-
ward. ( ti;oi!ueii Iri-c. MAl)N
tiUP A VCIAHumltu (irwu CO.. 1M Tr
' 'JlVT Alio I luonlntrvi t. itnrloin4)i Eiift Mill
rrei-t, (t'nlou Square.; .Sew York, 1J Wuliacb
aeiiO'. Clii' afo.
M AJL T
The Now Pootl
Malt Bittkus Company.
13 I T T 35 H S.
rrilEREIn no preater Wood Producer and llfo
1 uniitiillillH! principle' In the world ul food or
medlcluo than MALT IUTTEKS, prepared from
1'nfirmcnted Mult, llopa and (jululne. They feed
the body and the brain, enrich the blood, folldify
the boneii, harden tho mnncleH. nmet the nerv ,
cheer the. mind, perfect dilution, rek'iilate the
atomoch and boweln, clerme Ilia liver and kidnev.
and vltallr.n with new life every fluid of the body.
Beware of Imitation almllarly named, Look for
thcC'OMI'AN Y'H SlliNIIXBE which appenra
plainly on the lHhel of every bottle, hold every
where. MALT MTTKKS CO., Uontou, Man.
Obtained for new Invention, or for Improvement
ou old wnea; for medical or other compound, trade
mark aud label. Cavern, AHlunmviit, Inter
fereucen, Appeal, Hull for lufrfuitement, and
all caie n ruing nudur the Pateut Law, prompt
ly attended to. Invention that have been
T WfV Il t'iHft Office miiyatlll.
Jl&jrJVlJjJJntnotcae, hepatented by
n. rtelngoppolt the U. 8. Patent Department,
nd etieed In Patent bnaine exclnaively, we can
make cloaer earrhe, and aecure Patent more
promptly, and with broader claim, than thoe who
are remote from Wantilnirloti.
1 WW NThRVl 'nd n a model or ketch f
lill TXJ11 IVfJVOyour device; wo make ex
amination and adviae a to patentability, free ol
charge. All correapnndence trtetly rnnfldentlal.
I'nce low, and no charge anle Patent l-ecnrHd.
We refer In Washington, to Hon Potmnter
Gennral I). M. Key. Kev. V. O.Pownr The Uerninn
American National Hank, to official In the U. H.
Patent Offlce, and to Kenatora and lieprvaeotatlve
In Cnngre: and eapeclally to our client tn ever
State lu the Union and In Canada. Addreu
' O. A. SNOW & CO..
OppodUPat at Offlc. Waihtngton D. 0.
TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
W. C. AND L. ASSOCIATION COLUMN.
Edited In Itm Intercut of tho Public Library.
MEN, WOMEN AND HOOKS.
Some books, like steps are left bcliind
us tiy the very help which they yield up,
tiinl serve only our childhood or early life,
some others fn with us, in mute fidelity, to
the end of life, a recreation for fatigue, an
instruction for our sober hours, and solace
for our sickness or sorrow. II. W. Bcccher.
Mr. Charles Francis Adams, in an ad
dress to the teachers of Quincy, Mans., ut
tered these truthful words: "The con
necting link between school education and
self education we fail to supply. Though
the school and library stand side by side,
there is, so to speak, no bridge leading from
one to another. As f'tr as I can iud'".-, we
teach our children the mechanical part of
reading, and then we turn them loose to
take their charices. If the child has nutu
t.:Uy an iii'iuiiing or an imrjinative mind
it perchance may work its way unsii'l
cl through the tn'.ps and pitfnlU of litera
tim'; but the chanci; s'-ems to me to be ter
nYy tig liiir-t it. I think this is a'.l wrong.
You, teachers are able to give your scholars
n general introduction into literature,
which, if you do t: ive it to them, is worth
more th'in all the knowledge in a 1 the
text book-, that ever were printed."'
Kmily Huntington Miller has been giv
hgsome sensible talks, which deserve the
attention of every young girl in the land.
iiesays: "What better is she for t-duca-
ti'i;. if she persists in silliness, and loud
ness and obstrusive manners? Her researches
among the treasures of science, and famili
arity with the thoughts of genius, are of no
value if they cannot furnish her with sub
jects of conversation more mighty than the
go'ip of society, the scandal of the day,
and the probable intentions of young men
who never had an intention in their lives,
and are not capable of one until their brains
acquire more solidity. IK-r aristic accom
plishments are absolutely wotthle-s
unless they teach her to beautify
and adorn licr home, how to distin
guish the false from the true, how to be in
her own person an embodiment of that
i;race and purity and chaste beauty which
the world worships in the marble and can
vas of the old masters, unless they teach
her a radical abhorrence of all the hideous
distortions of fashion; of outward show,
with inward untidiness; of tr.wdry orna
merits, obtrusive f.nerv, arl unclean
trailing tatters. Of what av-;l is it that
she knows every Haw of her own body, and
can trace for you with scientific accuracy
the working ot every organ, and the linked
sups of each wonderful process of life, if
she lives in daily violation of them all
laur.g a murderous hand upon respiration
and circulation; lunching at midnight
unon fruit, cake and uickles, and dreannnc
,.,,.!,, ti,in,.t in nwim u-iih all tl.e
Wlimns i ruieue.iij aeuieu ,
TIIE COINS OF EPHESUS.
The mjthological interest of the coins is
very considerable. The Ephesian Artemis
appears throughout, either in person or
represented by a symbol. There is scarcely
a coin from first to last (except the cis
topliori) whereon the bee, the special sym
bol ol the Ephesian goddess, docs not ap
pear; and we find the stag, or two stags,
(like those of silver which en
compassed the gold Artemis dedi
cated by Salutarie) and the bow,
bow-case and quiver on many of the coins,
as well as the bust of the goddess, and
finally her full figure. It is interesting to
trace the gradual developement of these
symbols and representations. At first the
bee alone appears, with monotonous re
gularity, though Mr. Head's quick eye con
trives to extract hints for arrangement out
of the shape of its wins; then, as Greek in
fluence waxed stronger, the stag, probably
a concession to the Greek idea of the god
dess, is placed on the reverse, and under
Lysimachus the actual busc of the huntress
goddess herself "chaste and fair," and no
Asiastic at all, occupies the principal side,
yet with a little bee, (pace Mr. Newton) on
the reverse. The return to autonomy and
Asiatic proclivities restored the bee to its
old position on the observe; and, under the
protection of Mithridates, the Ephesian
mint even issued pieces with the lull, mummy-like
figures of the Asiatic goddess on
one side, retaining, however, the Greek
bust on the other. These variations of
mythological typo are peculiarly interest
ing when considered in relation to the
changeful history of the city, and the only
fault wo have to find with Mr. Head is that
he does not mako quite enough out of
them, and does not sufficiently explain
Historically, the coins of
Ephesus are of unusual interest. From
them aloue we do learn the existence of the
monetary lenguo which followed tho Lace
drt'inonlan deleat off Chidus, and which is
signalized by the issuo of a uniform typo ln,VRr'a,'iy givo relior. Imitations aro offer
, ,, . . ,, . fed for sola, many of which aro injurious,
of reverse-Hercules strangling two scr- The genuine "Brown's Bronchial Troches"
pents-by all tho cities of the league, are sold only iu boxes.
The conquest of Ephesus by I.ysimachus is
marked by tho appearunce for the- first
time of the (reck Artemis, and the bow
and quiver, mi tho coinage, and when Lysi
machus presented the city to his wife Arsi
noc, and called it by her name, the facts
uru substantiated by the heud of Arsinoe,
veiled as a queen, and the letters AIISI.
Later on we find evidence that the Attalid
attempt to establish a pan-Asiatic currency
was supported at Ephesus by the appear
unce of Kphesmn cistopliori, with the cista
mystica on one side, and on the other two
serpents coiled about n bow-chest. But
the most important historical evidence sup
plied by the coins consi -.ts in the names of
magistrates, which are generally found in
scribed on them after the fifth century U. C.
The Saturday Kevicw.
lull n A. hcuilder
My I tiolce.
(iim Fowler . PadtM-ah
Idle" iid Jfocn (,'lare
ti'ilrl Uii-t.... Vicki-buris
Jaliii A. Scndder Sit I.o.l
Mv liolue . NewOrlcan
The Kckei t came up from the Yicksburg
wreck, and has laid up here.
Tho Scudder delivered 100 bales of cot
ton ("r the East via C.fc V. railroad.
The Belle of Shreveport, Capt. Cogwheel,
will be at the wharf this morning for New
Orleans. The Annie I'. Silver added largely here,
and got off with about all she could carry
on the water.
The new Mary Houston, for New Orleans,
and the Parker, for Memphis, are long
overdue, detained by low water and fog
The Idlewild hail yesterday a big re-
shippiog trip from the C. N Davis. Mr
Ellison, the clerk of the Idlewild, is con
fined to bis bed with a severe spell of bil
ious lever. He will be removed to Evans
ville, his home, from Paducah this trip.
John Dexter, the rotund, of the lower Ohio,
is officiating in the office.
'Yes.' said Mr. Profundity, "it is the si
lent forces of nature that are most potent.
It is the silent strength of gravity that
binds the world together; it is the silent
power ot light that gives life and beauty
to all things; it is the silent stream that is
deepest ; it is" "It is the'still sow that gets
the most swill," Mrs. P. put in, seeing her
liege lord had got to the end of his rope of
simules. It was kind of her, but it some
how spoiled the effect of his dissertation.
"Pt.NCTt.Ai.iTY is the Hinge of Business."
In lamilies where Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
is kept, there is never a case of absence
from school or business on account :
coughs, colds or sore throat. Price 2.1
SET BACK FORTY-TWO YEAUS.
"I was troubled for manv years with
Kidney Complaint. Gravel, etc.; mv blooi
became thin; I was dull and inactive
i could hardly crawl about; was au old worn
i out man all over: could net nothing to help
n untll j t Ho yM,,l f a,j n0Vy I ftm
a boy again. My blood mid kidneys are
all right, and I am as active as a man of
oO, although I am i and I have no doubt
it will do as well for others ot my age. It
I is worth a trial.(Futlrr.) Sunday Mercury
A PeKFECT SlUsrmTE KOIt Sl'LTHATE
Qn.NiSE. "Cincho (Quinine"' prepared by
Billings Clapp A: Co., Chemists, Boston
Mass.,is a concentration of all the alkaloids
of Peruvian Bark, and is preferred by phy
sicians on account ot its cheapness as well
as its superiority. Is used in same
doses where Quinine is indicated. Sold by
all Druggists, or sent postage prepaid, on
receipt ot price, if 1.0 per ounce
"Malt Bitteks" tire Brain, Nerve ami
Bloood food, peculiarly adapted to, and
warmly recommended by our druggists
and physicians tor General Debility, Men
tal and Physical Exhaustion, Hysteria.
Nervousness, Meeples.-ncss, hmacnvt'on an
Bhonciutis, a premouitor of con
sumption, is characterized by catarrh
or intlanimation of the mucous mem
brane of the airy passages, with cough
and expectoration, short breath, hoarse
ness, pains in the chest. For all bron
chial affections, sore throat, aphonia
or loss of voice, cough, "Dr. Swayne's
Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry," is a
well known curative. Price 23 cent9
and if I a bottle, or six bottles for fi.
Tho large size is the most economical.
Prepared only by Dr. Swayne &, Son,
Philadelphia. Sold by all prominent
druggists in Cairo ami elsewhere. (1)
Couons. "Brown s Bronchial Troches
are used with advantage to alleviate cough,
sore throat, hoarseness and bronchial affec
tions. For thirty years these Troches have
been in use, with annually increasing favor.
They are not new and untried, but, having
been tested by wide and constant uso for
nearly an entire generation, they have at
tained well-merited rank among the few
staple remedies of the age.
The TuuoaTi "Brown's Bronchial Tro
ches" act directly on the organs of the
voice. They have an extraordinary effect
in all disorders of tho throat and larnyx, re
storing a healthy tono when relaxed, cither
from cold orover-exortion of tho voice, and
' nrodlicn B clear ami iliutinrr nnnnpiatlnn
.' Speakers and singers find tho Troches use!
A Cough, Cow, Cataimii of soro throat
requires immediate attention, as neglect of
tentimes results in some incurable lung dis
eases. "Brown's Bronchial Troches" almost
ii juuliij .iuii : v
The extruordiimrv effect ofthl liuchn, a tire-
pared by I Jr. Iliivdock. upon the Kidney nud I'ri-
nary ituhiih in wiiliout a peraui i lu ine nii-iury 01
rm illclne, and n reeulln fiirjbeyoiid any of the
Ktduey I'-medio of Hie dny. Ii sliiniilHU 111."-.-
t ion art'ia tone to the nvftem. Invlu'oriili tin: le-
hliiluled, mill i Inlullililu fur the. cure ol Im-
l e ten In ite wori-t form,
tine trial of a t'-amKionful In a w ine-t'lux of
water will convince the inott sceptical wllljia fiom
ten to tweuy niiniitim.
Uiiioi'dei' of thoKidiu-js.
Inu;l dl-ieae- alleciliie then-orirarif, whether
tin y Btcri-o too iniii h or too liitle wat'-r. or
whether tbi-y lie ulllicted with Horn: or grim-l. or
wllh ache and paiua cettl' din the loiue oy r the
region of the kidney.
Will five aiinimt liiuni-'llnti: r lli f, v. lien all other
mean have fniled. '1 tie inot powerful cxieiing
meilicina for the cure nf female romplalnt. Fifty
yearc t-xperienceincnnte'tablv prove thin remedy
unrivalled for the diorder Incidental to the female
ex. No fiimilv "hould newiihout It. and it muv be
tnkin by young orold. a It will restore health when
every other means prove unnicce'ifu).
'Jo the Momma wetracedyiipep-la.headnchi.- and
general debility to Hie liver, hue. jaundice, and
yellow fever; to the bowel, diarrhoea, dvaeutary,
constipation, pile, and fistula: to the lung, con
umption. etc.: to the blood. crofula. curvy.
and all cutaneou eruption. P.y keeping these
organ aud vita1 fluid pure and healthy we may
saf'-ly defy the attack of dic-aee. and no niedlcite
vet prepared for thi purvose can equal the ac
HEAR WHAT IS SAID.
"H ha made mcanew man."
"Dr. Haydock' Buchu haMncreafcd my weight
"My wife would not be without itfor any
"finr little boy I much better, I cucloe one
dollar fur another bottle."
"I find It as easy to take ae milk "
"We have fold thirteen hott!( thl week, and
shall w ant three dozen text order,"
'My morning aony i jroM thimk to yonr
Want of j ace compels mc to conclude.
Anv invalid or surlerer hftlcti a with any Kidney
disorder who will write me as to their compluint,
will he treated humanely and kindly. It I my
mot' earnest desire to' invest I tat a all form of
Diabetes, and to give relief at ull time. It you are
too poor to p'lrcbii.e. write me ;iny way, and your
case wiil bu'.e immediate attention.
Observe that the li.attire of Jo. Haydock i
across the mouth ol each bottle.
Price- Or-e duiiar for law, and fifty cente for
HAYDOCK & Co..
7 Dey Street, New York.
STEAM JOB OFFICE
All Kinds of Job Work
Estimates furnished and orders from
abroad promptly attended to.
Two-Sheet, Full Sheet, Half Sheet,
and Quarter sheet Posters and
Programmes, lu Black or Colors.
Letter Heads, Bill Heads, Note
Heatln, Statements, Bills Lading1, Show
Cards, Business Cards, Ball
and Wedding1 Invitations, Book Work,
Etc.. Etc.. Etc.. Etc.
(JAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE .TrdPW3 STATES.
On and after Monday, .lane 7i.li, and until lurthcr
notice tho ferryboat will make trip a follow:
kJJ- J.IJJL1 V
tlATII LtAVI KAVI
Foat Fourth t. MImouH Land's. Kentucky Ld'g.
7:(in a.m. 7::t0a. m. S a. tn.
:(M)a. n, :Mi. in. in a. m.
1I;00. m. 11::ta.m. U:eOm.
11:00 p.m. '2:Hiip, m. S p tn.
4:H0p.m, 6:()p.m. 6;:Wp. m
J p.m. 8:30 p. m S p. m
"' 'jmjLiui sain
" " " ' ' HH , !
1.11)1 M 1 h AHHAl
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J mJVmViyi ::::::::::::: -t-rr:
"j -.vi-i.jvJiuiii vautoi iuijiJ, i i"'
. i " v-w-na ji.iii) j.
Eclectric kolectiuc Edectrio
Oil. oil. oiL
WORTH ITS AVE1QHT IN GOL1D.
CUKES, CL'llES, CURES
Croup, Crouj), Croup
Sold by all Druggists. PRICE :0 cents ami 81.00.
Go to PAUL G. SCHl'II, Druggist, Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Freemans' New National
Dyes. For brightness and durability of color are unequalled. Color from 2 to 5
pounds, price 15 cents.
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
MOVES AND TINWARE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OF JOB WOltK DONE TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo. - . Illinois.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROATS PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads u Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street ami Levee,
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. HALLWAY, I'rertdrnt.
U L. HALLWAY, Vice-President.
THUS. W. HALLWAY, Cashier.
I. TAAT TATtiftH, W. r. NAIXIDAT,
MXNHT L. UALLIUAT, R. II. CIKHIN1IUAW,
. 0. W1UJAII0N, TKPUIM BIHD,
it. n. CANiiai,
Exchange, Coin and United States Bonds
DOUUIIT AND SOLD.
rpouKclvd and I inral tanking boilnc.
M,M ,,. i x u xjX riik
ii i i
QHIO & MISSISSIPPI R'y.
TIME TABLE OK PASSEXOEIl TRAIK8 FR0K
VIXCENSE8 (Nov. 30, 1879.)
'o. 5 Day ExpresM Except Sunday).... 1 :30 p. m.
' ri Epret Except Suudav) l:3fip. m.
" 4 Niijht Exprea (Daily) P,':30a, m.
No. 5 Expre (Except Sunday) H:0Ra.nj.
" 1 Day Kxpre (Except Sunday).. . i:50p. m.
3 Mcht Expre tDally) l:J5a.m.
J. R. Clark. ('. 8. Cone, Jr.,
Ajeut Vlucenne. Gen. Ticket Ag't Cincinnati
CAIRO ST. LOUIS R. R.
II. W. BMITIIKRS, Receiver.
SnOHTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Throtich Expre leave Cairo tMSa.m.
Through Kxpresarrlve at E. St. Louli.. 5:00 p.m.
Through Expren leave E. Ht . Loula.... 0:00 a.m.
Throuktb Expre arrive at Cairo 5:10p.m.
MiirphyMioroacconiniodationleave Cairo 1 :30 p.m.
Mti' physhoro Acc. arrive.at Murphy eboro 7:50 p.m.
Murphysboro Acc. leave Murphy sboro .. 5:00a.m.
Murphrboro Acc. arrive at Cairo 11 :5a.m.
The Cairo St. Loul Rail Road I the only all
Rail Rome between Cairo and .St. Loula nnder one
management, therefore there are no delay at
way aiatlona awaiting connection from other line.
Close and sure connection at St. Louis with other
line for North, Eaat and Wel.
J. A. NAIT.LE.
L. M. JOHNSON,
JLLLVOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest aud Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Only Line H tinning
O DAILY TRAINS
Making Pirect Connection
Train Leavi Caiho:
M:l 5 tttn. Mail,
Arriving in St. Lout IM5 m. : OhlcKO.B:i p.m. ;
ConiiecUtiit at (Win and Kfllnghain for Cincin
nati, LoulM'lllc, ludlanapoli and P'llnti Eat.
llilU ti.m. bt. TiOulu Hint Western
rrlvlny In ft. Loal7:05 p. m., and connecting,
for all point Wet.
4!'JD p.m. riut KxpreM.
For St. Loul and Cbirairo, arriving at St. Loul
MM p.m., aud Chicago T.M a m
4 MO p.m. Clru'lnnnti Kxprew.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:( a.m.; Louillle 7:00
a m.i lndlauapoll 4:ti a.m. Panser b
thi train reach the above point 1U to 3U
HuL'US lu advance of any other route.
tTTh4:) n m. expre bat PULLMAN
SLtEI'IN'l CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
change, and thronga deeper to bt. tool u
Fafit Time Eapt.
Piicufiiicrnra bl line go through to T.mU
caued by Hntiday Intervening, Th Kalurdar flr-J
noon train from Calm arrive in new York Monday
morning at lu:H5. Thlrtjf lx hour In advanetoi
any other route.
HPor through ticket and rnrther InmrmatloA.
tpply at Illlnol Central lUllroaa Depot, Cairo,
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