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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OffiClAL PiUTKR OF CJTTAND COTJNTT
A CRUSHED. HEART.
W.mt lovuly facef' AudSir An-,
brey Trevelyan turned in hi saddle
tliat he might have a better look at the
young girl who had just passed him.
lie had seen her coming when she
wa a long distance down t'18 r0!4('
and had noted admiringly what enviable
youth, and vitality there was in her
sprinpv step and carriage.
And then, as she came near hira, and
looked up, he realized that ho was face
to faco with the most glorious eves that
ever had been lifted to his and he was
thlrtr-tive, and felt forty-five, and had
travelled half over the world, and been
presented to charming women without
number, and had broken more hearts
than ho could remember.
Handsome, distingue, wealthy, aris
tocratic, digubUxl with life, wearied
with the satiety of jrood things, that had
all his life boon laid at his feet for his
taking; ho had rushed away from town
andhad shut himself up atSaxenhnm
Towers, his ancestral home, with his
books, hi:i horses, his tboughts.deaf ami
dumb to the score of letters every post
brought hitu besooching bis return
even cruelly negligent of Maud Ilrerc
lon's coaxing notes who, certainly of
all women, had the best right to com
mand him, seeing that he Lad been her
most devoted worshipper for the past
Hi roe mouths.
lint now, as he passed Violet Ilarhtml,
her dark hair peeping out in half-curling
rings on her low, white forehead,
her cheeks flti.lied, her lips warmly,
lusciously red. and her eyes!
Sir Aubrey felt as though an electric
shock had l-een administered as they
met in fl brief, casual glance, and act
ing upon his impulse a thing he was
in the habit of doing, as all your hand
some, seltish men are he reined his
horse sharply in, bringing it back upon
its haunches in quivering subjection to
his low, authoritative word, his strong
And then he turned round, more in
terest in Lis face than anyone had, seen
there in the lat five years.
Just as Violet turned round impelled
by that mysterious psycbolncal inilii
eueo we all have felt; and met his
glance, and slipped on a treacherous
stone, and did uot get up.
Sir Aubrey was out of the saddle and
at her side in a second.
"Are you hurt? Let me assist you to
rise. Miss "
A deathly whiteness was on her face
that made her more startlingly lovely
'I am afraid I have sprained my
ankle it was so stupid of me to fall."
What a voice even through its vi
' brations of ill-concealed sufi'ering.
"I bono not surely such a little fall
Hut while- ho spoke Violet fainted at
There was but one thing to do, mid .
in the name of common humanity, Sir
Aubrey Trevelyan picked the uncon
scious girl up, as gently as a woman
might nuve clone, as only a svrong man
could have done, and carried his insen
sible burden through the- gate ho had
only just quitted, leaving his horse
where it stood in thexoad.
And when, ten minutes later, Violet
woke to find herself on the lounge in
the magnificent library, and Dr. Ilrau
don, her own physician, and Mrs. Hum
phreys, the housekeeper at Saxenhani
Towers, in attendance, while Sir Au
brey, anxious, handsome, interested,
stood watching the proceedings, who
knew her lifo romance had begun.
And a week from the time ho and
Dr. Brandon had driven her home from
the 'lowers to her own mere modest
home, Sir Aubrey Trevelyan was ready
for almost anything where sho was con
cerned. Not a clay but he called at the little,
gray cottage where she and her silent,
Bternfaeed sister lived. Hooks, hot
house ilowers, hot-house fruiU noth
ing was too good, too expensive for
ber, and to see her eyes light up at
sight of him, to watch her resolute ef
forts to hide from bim the love for him
that was growing every day, was tbo
keenest pleasure that had come to him
for many a year.
For sho loved bim. How could it
have been otherwise? His gentle mas
terfulness, his caressing imperiousness,
swayed her as a strong wind does the
lily on its stem, and she was so essen
tially a woman that she thoroughly en
joyed being governed.
So much was crowded iuto that little
ten days' time, and although Sir Aubrey
bad by some unaccountable power,
quite astonishingly strange to bimsolf,
refrained from a direct avowal of bis
passion for her, ry they both under
stood it as well as though the most ex
plicit words had leen used.
Violet was perfectly happy. Those
days when she w as a prisoner on her
lounge bad been days fuller of rapture
than she had ever imagined life could
Proud, honorable, unsuspicious, she
never had a thought that Sir Aubrey's
lovo for hr was not as loyal as hers
for him; and so when be came one day
and told her that he was called to Lou
don on some business for a day or so,
but would come back at the very earli
est moment, she never, for a second,
Nor did Sir Aubrey doubt himself
that he would return. Miss Hroreton
bad telegrnphed him that he must come,
or one of her entertainments would fall
flat. And just a little ashamed of
having buried himself in the country so
long, anl half wondering what he would
"y, andmore than a littlo fearful
that some one would fathom the attrao
bebest !d Li8,alr We,Mi'
And then come back.
He fully meant It frive him n
redit he deserves. Hut. when U ..,.
ack among his associates, wiion i,.
was at borne again among the fashion
able loaders of society, and saw the
difference between them and the girl
be bad to madly dreamed of placing at
tbe bead of his own table
It was a terrible strucglo porhaps
the first that Sir Aubrey Trevelyan had
ever had with himself. All his life the
war bad been made smooth to, bim,
and he bad only to go whichever way
suited bim best
Hut now be realized that a decisive
choice must be tuade between the little
THE DAILY OA! RO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY
dark-eyed girl in tbe country, who suit
ed his heart iu other ever hud, or
ever would, and tbo fashionable woman
who would do such royal honor to his
name, his taste, who would queen it in
society as his wifo would bo expected to
Amid all the rapturous welcomes that
greeted him, that question, stern, un
compromising, stared him perpetually
in the face. "One hour he had nearly
decided to go back to Saxunham, take
Violet, and eschew fashlouable life
the next, ho realized with a groan, how
insupportable a life would bo that had
no exoiteueut, no whirl of gaiety in it.
Ana so tue days went on. and, still
undecided, he did not go back days
during which Vlolot waited, at first ull
sweet patience, full of trusting happi
ness, then busy making excuses for
He made his decision one day, and,
with tbo impatient impulse so charac
teristic of bim, 'gave himself no rest un
til ho had sealed his bargain the bar
gain which in his very soul ho knew
was the wrong one, and yet the only
one that tbo iron bands of custom and
pride and social obligation permitted.
He went straight to Maud Hrereton,
and found her as usual gracious, ele
gant, the very woman, ho told himself
in a feverish sort of exultation, who
would do him credit.
He told his story well, and she listen
ed with rare grave grace, and then
informed hitu that sho had been en
gaged for somo days to the Marquis of
Anibcrleigh xpro.srtd her regrets and
sent liitu away feeling strangely be
wildered, because he could not tell
whether ho was relieved or chagrined,
"It settles it lor me, in that lino," ho
said to himself. "1 will marry the
girl I love, ami the world may smile or
frown. I have made my venture for
its favor, and failed. I will suit my
And it was with a lighter heart than
had throbbed in his breast for many a
day, that Sir Aubrey Trevelyan found
himself at Suxenharn one bright, balmy,
early March day, when it seemed that
the south winds and blue sky were
stolen from tho promise of tho glad
May that was to come.
And just in time to meet, as ho
sat contentedly back in bis carriage
that fetched him from the station
Violet Harland's funeraL
The Philadelphia Telegraph says :
"When a man gets out of a situation
the worst thing he can do is to hang
around home. He may save his wife
many steps, learu to shell peas, string
beans, pee, potatoes, mako beds, and
even darn stockings, but very soon be
will bo good fur nothing else."
Beaconsfield as an Amateur Journalist,
A pleasant littlo reminiscence ol
Lord Hoaeonslield's boyhood conies
from an old schoolmate, who declares
that tbo 12-ycar-old Benjamin showed
no unusual .oal for classical studies.
Hut ho was tho compiler and editor of
a weekly school newspaper, which
made its appearance on Saturdays.
This was the day also on which tho of
ficial gingerbread seller made his visita
tion, and the tight to poruse little Dis
raeli's journal was regularly disposed
of at tho cost of a sheet of gingerbread,
that delicious commodity having a
money value of the third of a penny.
- life In the "Land of the Sky.''
At the late meeting of the American
Association for the Advancement of Sci
ence, in Hoston, tho writer sought in
formation from the professor (J. K.
Proctor) about tho homespun fabrics
that still constitute the common wear of
a lame population inhabiting tho terra
(almost) tncoijAila of tho United States,
viz. : the mountain bides and valleys of
Eastern Kentucky and Tennessee,
Northern (Jcorgia, Western North and
South Carolina, and South-western Vir
ginia, and was invited to explore a part
of tho region by him.
This section is. we may say, some
what larger than Groat Britain, and
contains more and purer iron and coal.
equal deposits ol copper, load, zinc,
and salt, besides corundum and gold in
its mines; it enjoys what is probably
tbe finest climate on this continent; it
is permeated by the most fertilo val
leys, and bears upon its hill and moun
tain sides tbe heaviest growth and
greatest variety of hard-wood timber.
If to this true mountain region be
added tho Piedmont and Cumberland
Plateaus on the east ami west, tho blue
grass section of Kentucky, and tho
high uplands of Alabama and Georgia,
the area will be enlarged to nearly Out
of France, and it may bo nllirmed that
there is nowhere elie to he found in
this country, in an equal area, such an
opportunity for diversity of employment
in agriculture, mining, mi't:ilitii;;y, cr
variety of manufactures.
Yet in the first two dwellings, built of
logs, to which the writer w;is guided
from the now town of Kiigby, not only
tho house, but every thing in or about
it, except iron and crockery ware, Imd
been made by members of tho family
with their own bauds. In the garden
grew the little patch of cotton to bo
ginned on a small roller gin, whittled
out with a jack-knife; on the hill-sido
ranged tbo sheep. Both the wool and
cotton were carded with hand-cards,
ami spun on the spinning-wheel by tho
house-mother or her children, then
woven on the hand-loom, tho fraino of
which had been fashioned with a broad
axe from the oak of their own pasture.
The boys were clad in butternut gar
ments, the father in oluo jeans from tho
same loom. The sheets, bed-quilts and
blankets were truly hand-factured in
tbo same way, while the beds woro
htulVed with feathers plucked from their
In the next house I managed to pur
chase a bluo and white quilt, of very ar
tistic pattern, and striped cotton and
wooi mannei, woui woven by Uio old
t.titl, .til... UA. ...... I I.. .I.I..I- 1. r ..
niiu ori iuvn HI IIIIM& 11 III) III (III,
to Hell tho product of her owri hands
and only consented when I explained
to her that 1 wiidied them to keen as
examples of what will booh become 'one
of tli lost arts. Her twelve-treddlo
loom filled about a third of tho livinir-
The writer is not a snlllelont master
of the art of piyiuro-wrlting to dare to
hope to give an Impression of the scenes
that arc to be found in thin "land of
tbe sky,' as it has been called.
wui'tl AUtimou, in Hurpir.
A Taleuted Udy'u View.
Mrs. C. F. Fleming, State Lecturer of
Missouri, and also an artist of rare merit,,
whoso picture of Adelaide Neilson is pro
nounced, by the press to be the most beau
tiful portrait in the United States, in a re
cent letter said : "I have been troubled
with kidney disease ' since nj childhood,
and it finally culminated in chronic catarrh
of the bladder. It would-be impossible
tor me to describe how ;Wuch I have suf
fered, and I had abandoned all hope of
ever being cured. I was, however, recom
mended to try Warner's Safe Kidney and
Liver Cure, sud it has done me more good
than the combined skill , of all the physi
cians I have ever tried during-my entire
life." Such testimony is beyond question,
and proves the vilue to all ladles of the
remedy it advocates.
Slang intrudes cveu iuto love affairs.
Sho naked, "Am I your little lamb?"
and be replied, "Well, you just gambol."
A London hatter puts forward a
ilaiui to patronage on tho ground of
Lord Beaconslield having bought his
last hat of him. ,
(Jotrfl Words from Druggists.
"Malt Hitters are the best 'bitters.'"
"They promote sleep and ally ncryous
newt." "Best Liver and Kidney medicine we
"They knock the 'Chills' every time."
"Consumptive people gain flesh on them."
"Malt Hitters have no rivals iMUatown."
"ISest thing for nursing motors we hava."
"Wc like to recommend Malt Hitters."
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Arc you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth i I f so, go at once and get a bottle of
Mrs. Wiuslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly sale to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and lcst female
physicians and nurses in the United St-ttcs.
Sold everywhere. 25 cents a bottle.
A Skillful Preparation
Composed of roots, baiks, and plants, that
act in harmony, and are a pleasant and ef
fective medicine, constitute Burdock Blood
Hitters, of which highly commentary re
ports are being constantly received. Price
$1.00, trial size 10 cents.
Since vitnlity or nervous strength is en
gendcied most speedily by the use of Fel
lows' Compound Syrup of Hypophosphites,
it is the remedy calculated not only to miti
gate the violence of wasting diseases, and
induce a rapid recovery, but also to protect
such as ue it from being attacked by epi
It Heads the List.
Of all other preparations or medicines. In
cases of nausea, headache, dizziness or irre
gularities of the system, Burdock Blood
Hitters have no equal. They never fail in
affording immediate relief. Price $1.00,
trial size 10 cents.
All is Well that Ends Well. .
Orin Catlin, 49 Pearl Street, Buflalo, N.
Y., says: "I tried various remedies tor the
piles but found no relief until I used
Thomas' Eclectric Oil, which entirely cured
me after a few applications." P. G. Schuh,
A Liberal Offer,
Wagner it Co. Michigan Ave. ii Jackson
St. Chicago, offer to send Electric Belts,
Hands, etc., for the cure of Nervous Debili
ty and other diseases, free, for examination
and trial before purchasing. These Elec
tric Devices sre the invention of Dr. D. A.
Joy, of tbe University of Michigan, and are
claimed to be the only Electric Devices or
Appliances for the cure of diseases that
have yet been constructed upon scientific
principles. See their advertisement in tins
It is simply mar' elous how quickly con
stipation, Ijiiiousuchs and sick-headache are
cured 'y "Sellers Liver Pilhj." Price 85
"Pour en Oil."
L. P. Foil' it. Marion, 0., states that he
has used Thomas' Eclectric Oil for bums,
and has found nothing to equal it in sooth
ing tho pain and giving relief. Paul G.
ORDIXANCK NO. 00.
An ordinance providing for tho vacdlon of hart of
R fibrillin Htr.-rt anil highway established by sec
lion r of ordinance No IS.
lie ii ordnlmd by Ilia City Council of the city of
Section 1. That all that iiarl of a puhlle street
mid highway ol the city of Cairo ant apart and de
clared a tun h, by section (i of ordinance No. Is,
enacted liy the citv council of said city, approved
.' tiril 1st, IHTH, lying between Thlrlyfonrth and
Tlilttysl.xih streets ui snld c.ltv. he and tbe same It
hereby vacated mill declared In bo tio longer a pub
lic street and, highway and tbe lota ami tract
of land i in in.-cl l nt . 1 y adjoining said por
tion or raid Hr'i-t and highway on
cltkr side thereof tlmll init t.-iU nd to tbu cen
tral lint of mid vacated purl of mid street or tie
yond tl,')lr pn-afiit rnnpictlve liMtiiidarlri, but
tho bind on winch thu portion of laid
direct brrcby vvalcil la IihbIimI filial I bo de
voted to tbu uicdi.-cinrcd in thu accond eection of
la la ordinance
Mkitios'J. Thai aalil poitlon of ald rct m
van atd. to)M'ihr with the atrip of bind flflty feut
vi du, alHii thu properly nf thn city, lying along Hie
w eiiterly aidi" of and between entcf vacatnd portion
of wild atrcet and block i lubt 00 In Ihn Hfib addi
tion to the city of Cairo. Im mid to tho owner nf
tbalota adioinliiK and ahilltluK on nald iroKirty
rid aald vaulted portion of Miret, at Mich piled
and on am Ii turnia no thu ruiiucil ahall hiTcaflcr,
by rcaolulioD. determine mid order.
Approved, July li b, A It. 1WH1
N. It Til ISTLK. WOOD, Mayor.
Amur:- I).. I l-OLKY.L'lty Clerk.
Hknj. F. Giiakton, Stoiiv I). Laud
1Iai.iik.ut E. Paine.
Late Conimli'Klouer of l'atenta,
PA1NK, GHAFTON &, LAUD,
Attorney nt Law nnd Solicit om of America and
mi'IKTIl 8TRKKT, WASIIINUTON.D. 0.
iJi!lV.HV,HUml..U.w ,n " riiur.ho I" tha
n Jfi , '.B lh" Nuprcmo and Circuit
on fucclpt .,f nump for pintau,
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soroness of the Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swellings ant
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet
and Ears, and all othpr Pains
No Preparation on earth equal Pt. Jacob Oil as
a I nfe, turr, titnilf anil rhetift External Kerned.
A trial enuiU but the cominrauvely tritUiijf ont'.rty
of HO OiiIm, and every ono "ufleriiiR with pain
can have cheap and pinitive proof of its claim.
Mrectiona in Eleven iJinpnacea.
80LD BY ALL DRDOOI3T8 AND DEALIE8 IN
A.VOGELER & CO.,
Baltimore 3Id V. 3. M
ItEFOltT OF THE CONDITION
CITV NATIONAL BANK
at Cairo, lu the Stale ol Illiuote, ot the clofe or
Jnne 30th, 1881.
Loan and discounts...'.''
U- ti. bonds to secure circula
TJ. 8. bond on hand
Other atock. bonds and mori-
$ 2fiJ.it Hi
I. H'i .
II. i 31
Due frotn atmroved ri-aervc
amenta $11S.S05 37
Due from other national bank 21.I.YT t4
Due from State banks and
banker 18,9Mt 99-1M.W3 HI
Ileal eatate, furniture- and fix
ture 3U'C 13
Cheek" and other cab items. . '2.MI fit
IIIIIh of other Dank Ji,TW i
Fractional paper currency,
nlekelaand pennies isi &&
Hold SIT.W.J "0
Silver 7.i0 00-24.!2
Ijral Tender notea aMJ",W) 00.&1I W
Redemption fund with f. S.
Treasurer. 15 tier cent, of cir
Doo from V. H, Treaaurer,
pother (ban 5 per cent re
redemption fund l.OCi 00
Total . ...
Capital dock paid in
. . $-n..'i( 97
f MO.Cfi) 00
. :,0 00
Mirpiua t una
National bank note out'tand-
Individual depoftit subject to
check ?9 65
Demaudcertiflcateaofdepot.it, W.CHfO W
Due to otln-r national batik", 2,J5 41
Due to Mute hanks and
hankers H,K5 M-m.W .li
State of Illlimi county of Alexander.
I, Tho. W. Ilalllday, Cashier of the above named
batik, do aolemnly awear that the above mati-meiit
is true to the beat of rny knowledge and belief.
Tuns. W. ilAU.IJJ.HY. Cai-hier.
Hubar.ribed and aworn to belore we this 6th (lay
or July, leil. M.J. Howie r,
C'eiirtKCT Attest :
ii. II fVKKINIilU,
a. I. Williamson, Directors.
II. H Canoke, I
CAIRO CIT FERRY CO.
On and after Monday, Jnne 7th, and nntil Inrthcr
notice the ferryboat will make trip as follows:
LIAVIII LKAVEH LBAVI5
Foat Fourth St. Missouri Land (. Kentucky Ld'g.
8:00 a. m.
10 :00 a. .
2:00 p. m.
i p. Ol.
8:U0 a. m.
10 M a. m.
'i -.m p. m.
II a. m.
3 p. re.
5 ;'p0 p, m,
3 p. in
Outfit sunt free to thoo who wish to cn
(Ikro in tbe most pleasant and profltnhlo
nuslnesa known, Everything new.
Capital not required. Wo will funilh
tiverythlnc. IOa day and upwards is yet
easily marto without staylnir awnv from
homo over nlunt. No risk whatever. Mnny new
workers wanted at once. Many are maklnu fort
unes tho business. Ladle make aa much as
men, nd young boys and t'lrls maicc great pay. Nij
one who la willing to work fails to mako more
money every day than can he made in a week at any
other etnvloynieut. Those who entire at ont-u
will And it short road to fortune. Address H,
U.A1LETT VO.irjrtliuid Mulue.
N EW A DrEItTIHEJf KNTH.
T)TH A rrrnVT oroan, 17 Htona j m
It Vj I I I tioiden Tonauu Deeds, only
fi Addn.aa Daniel P. Beany,
WashlURloii, N. J.
Trcatlo on Improved Methods. Tables,
)'U'!fl,prlcen, profits A genera) statistics.
AMERICAN DRIKit CO., Cbambers-
REVjSED NEW TESTAMENTS!
Illustrated Chi a pen aud Best. Sella at Slht,
AgentH wanted, A. J. HOLM AN CO., I'hllada.
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Tnan.tmtitled "uieHuMinoaof Lilii
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flnwt Fmnub uiulin, emtxiaiKid,
full aillO' PtkoooUina twaalif ul
Uml anxravings, VJb prworip.
Iii.ni, line only tl.tf unt by
utid Dow.AildffMia Pulnl. MmI.
LIHUW 1 III OLLJ. KEK.Nu.4llulriuohitUuaU.il.
Have you ever KNOWN
Any person to ho aeriuusly 111 without a weak
stomach or Inactive liver or kidneys? And when
these 1 mans are in kihiO condition do you not find
their poCHor mjuylni! cood health! Parker's
lilniror Tonic always regulate these Important or
euns. and uever falls to uinke tho blood rich and
pure, nnd to strengthen every part of tw system.
It hiis enred hundreds of dcsaalrini: invalid. A
your druggist about it.
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LYON & HEALY
State, cor. ot Monroe St., Chicago,
Orum kfuor SUA ftna 1UU, Hiifidrv
B.n.1 .ie. tmna Mtlrabi ilu k-
iitils umI a cllv M vaoic 0u4 Mbmc.,
VmilHf Vim Teiei-ruphy! Earn $m
1 (HI 11 11 iUt.II jo $Pi a month. Graduates
t'uaranieea paying ouices. Aouress aieniine
DM., Janesville, Wis.
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T1U1.VX LEAYK I AIIWJ,
Arkai,a andT-.x.i Express U fO p.m. Daily
AlirtlVS AT CAlltO.
Eipreas Sr.V'ia m. Dally
Accommodation 2:l p.m. Daily
Ticket othce: No. 55 Ohio Levee.
II. H. MILBL'KN. Agent.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis and Cliiciigo.
The Onlv Ijino Hunriin
9 DAILY TJIALXS
Making Diukot Connection
Thai N a Lav Caiho:
Arriving In SI. Loui irVia.rn , Chicago, H:'i p. in.;
Connecting at Oilln and Kft'.ugham for Cliie.in
natl. Louisville, iiniliui ipoiis mid points Kut.
1 l:lO a.m. Ht I.ouisi Mini N'imtcrn
Arriving in St. Louis 7:0.' p. in., and connecting
for all points West.
:!.' p.m. l-'itst 1-2 x jr'H.
lor St. Louis and t'hic.Hgo, arriving at St. Louts
10:10 p.m., and Chicago 7:$' a m
, 4:U(J i.m. (,'lrici mint I MnpreHS,
Arriving at Cincinnati tit a.m.; Louisville 7:i"
a.m.; Indianapolis 4:oo a.m. T'assengers by
this train reach Uic above points i !J to IHi
HOL'KH in advance of any other route.
KTTho4:jn p. m. express has I'ULLM AN
Sl.fcEI'JNO VI II Cairo to Cincinnati, without
changes, and through sleepers to St touts and
Fust Tirno Knst.
I).ic c'iiiiiu hr this line gotlirotigh to I'.ast..
anntlltln era points wllbont any delay
caused by Sunday Intervetilng. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrives In new York Monday
morning at Thirty-six hours In advance of
any other route.
VFor through tickets and further Information,
apply at Illinois Central ltnilroail Depot, Cairo.
J A3. JOHNSON. J. II. JONES,
ien. Southern Agent. Ticket Agent.
A. H. II AN SON, Uen. i'ass. Agent. Chicago.
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