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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 10, 1882.
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PURE CREAM TARTAR.
$1000. Given f ,
Ifaliimur any injuriiMiHHiilMtHnccti cuii be found
In AndrewaTearlBakinpc Powder. In (na
tively PURE, Being endorsed, and te-aiinouiala
received from mrh cheniitx ax S. Imna Hays, Uo
ton; M. IVlitfonluiiie, of Chiritgo; and tiustavui
Bode, Milwaukee. Never anlil in bulk.
C. E. ANDREWS A, CO. ,
45 Michigan. Av. 237. i -."Jl E. Water A
I'....,..? la u'Arril lit.1 (1 HlitM-
factory to Its wearer in rvwy bv,
or the money will tin refunded ly
the person fro whom it was lxnu. tit.
Thonnlvfiirii'-t .rnnoun.i-1 b r.nr k.ellnr 1"-. ! -I.ui
not lajurliiua I'l th Ml. li.l ii.l..rV ! l..u;ir. i,a
tli " iimi coiiifurioblu awl ixrfi lMn.K C-rn-t wrer
l"da PliUF.n.by Mull, t'ire PaMi
Health Pnw-rrlng. 1.60. rV.r.Artlu.llna. l-B
Abdominal Ultra heavy) .Oi. N.n-.luir. t.t-0
Health I'rewrvlna line ra-tlh TOO. Parauo
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.CUICAOO COIISKX CO.. CIiIcuko. UL
. QPEC1AL ASSESSMENT NOTIC '. SPECIAL
O WARRANT NO. Ml.
Public iiollce la hereby trlvun that this comity
court ol Alexander county lia rendered judutnoM
for a apeela) aaceannieut upon property fieneilited
by the following Improvement, viz: (.raveling a' d
fiavluK atreeta towit: blutb ureet from olilo
ewe to t'oiuti erclal avenue . Commercial avennc.
from Sixth to Kluhth Htri-ct.. Kit,''"'' trnet, foui
CoiniiiiTcirtl avenue to Wach nct ui uvi'iiuo, n
will more fully appear Irom the certified copy of
the Judcm ut iu It In in the olllcu of Ihe clerk of
the olty of Cairo; that a warriiiil lor the collecilon
of audi Haeii8meiita I. in the hand of trie under
rlgced. All peraoim IntereHted are hereby not i lied
to call and pay the amount aiieiKed, lit tnu collec
tor'! otline at the Alexander County Hank wllhm
thirty dav from the date hereof. Dated tlil vlnd
dayol'SeJit. A. 11. 1.'. THOMAS J. KEKTII,
SPECIAL ASSESSMENT NOTICE. SPECIAL
O W Alt HA NT NO. M.
Public notice I. hereby rI vcd that the county
court of Alexander county In" rendered Judgment
fur a apectal a"emerit upon property benefitted
by the followltip Improvement, viz: ConBlrnctlon
Ac. of vlduwalka In front of lota No. 1, Jn to 10
Inclu.lre, In block tti city. I.otsNo.:il to :17 lu
cln.lve In block 7,'i city. Lota No. iStoilii iiicliiBive
In block 2(1 city. Lot is, block '4 and lot 1, block :t
city. Lot. 1 to H Incluaive, blork M cltv. LoteS,
10 to '21 inclusive, In block Hit l'irt udilltlou. l.oti
8 to lliincluoive in block 84 Klrat addition, aa will
more fully apuear from the certified copy of iho
Jiirignient ou file in the olllce of the clerk o( lliecllv
of Cairo; that a warrant for the collection of eiich
ax.e.amentat. in thu hand of the undlralL'ued.
All person. liiteret are nereliv uotilled to call and
pay the amount, a'.eaaeit, at thu collector' office
al the Alexander Comity Hank within thirty daya
from tlie uatu hereor. Hated ilil siel day or ;ept
A. 1). ISSi. TIIO.M A .1 . KKUl II. Collect r.
SPECIAL AHSKSSM EST '-OITCK. SPECIAL
V A It HA NT NO.
Public notice Ik bereliv Kiven thai the county
court of Alexaurli r county In. reui. ed Judgment
for a .peclal anae-rment upon property benelltted
t)T the followin g liiHiroveniein. vi. : Conctriirtlon
of aldewalk. & in front of Iota . in. 11, I t to lit
Inclu.lTc. block -t. Lota 1, a l, 21, 27, .11. 3 1. 31, and
8,ln blor.k l.ota I to H i u ' i u -1 . In hloi k M
Lot. 6 and 7. block 2rt Lota Jl to lticluive, in
block 'JS. Lota a to 'ncliuive, mock ''. Lola
25to!Ulnelii.lve. In b.ock 7 . Lot. 1, m to lulu.
clu.lve, In block 27 Klrat addition. Lola I to 8 In
clualve. In block 4l city. Lota 4. II, 7, 8. U, 1. 15, to
lil iDclu.lve. in block In Kirat adilltlnTi. Lot. 4
7. andH i'Hto ?3 incluaive. in block IS Kit t adiii
tlon. Lot-I to II inc naive and 1. 1 lo VI incluaive.
In block V7 Klra: addition. Lota 1 and S. block I
Eirat addltiun. Lota I, M t:t: iiicluxive, block lil
cltv. Lot. 7 and II. bloc . Lot" I'Mo lil Inclil
mvo, la block f." city, a. wil more fully appear from
the certified copy of the Judgni' ut on file In thu
office of the clerk of the cltv of Cairo; that a war
rant for the collection of auch na.ea uiuiila la in
the hand, ol the underaigned. Allperaou. Inter-e-teel
are hereby nollfled to call and pay tho
amontii kiirnril. at tin collector', otllca at the
Aleiander ('ontily Hark within thlily dai from
tlie date heieot Ilaied Hit .ml dv of hepi . A. I).
ltaH'2. TIHiMAHJ. KEKTII. Collector.
SPECIAL A bSHSSMKNT NOTICE. SPECIAL
WAKKANT No. M.
Public notice li hereby l'I veil that the county
court of Aleiaudnr county ha. reuilered Judgment
for a ipnclal aa.i't.nieiit upon property beuelltted
by th following Imorovemenl, vlx: Conatriictlou
4c. of .l(eaUnlii Tronlof lota No.1 toM Incluaive,
In blork 77 Kiret addition. Lota No. 1 to 8 Inclu
.tve, to block 7H Kirat addition. Lot. No, 1 In H
iBdu.lve.ln hlia-k 7 Kourth addllioti. Lot. No. t
to 8 lnclntye, In lilock a Fourth addition. Lota
No. 1 to 8 lucln.ivo, in block U Koiirih addition.
Loll, block It) Fourth addition. All lota Iroiillug
Waahtngtiin aveline, In blork II Fourth addition.
IOt. 8, U and 10, hlnrk hi Klrt addition. Lota 1,
Wand 17, block IM Kiret addition, aa will more
fully appear from the certified copy ul thcjudgniinit
ni uie in ui o nce oi mo ciera of tnu City ol Cairo;
that a warrant for the collection id' iich naea
menu I. la the hand. of the und'T.iguud. All
per.or.intere.led are herehy notified to call and
pay the aiii'iii'ila aMO.nl, at the collce.tor'a olllce
at the Alexander County Hank within thirty (lay.
from the date lierenf Hated ilil.'Ju l day of Stetil,
A. I). lsa. TUOMAS .1 KEKTII. Collector.
SPECIAL &SSKSHENT NOTICE. SPECIAL
WAItKAST NO. M.'
Public nutlet i. horeliy given that the coiitifv
coart of Aleiaiider county haa rendered Judg nan't
for a Bperlal aeineiit upon pfoperl v benefitted
, vj yuv i"iiiwing improemeni via: cunatruction
, ic. or aldewalk. In front of lot. No 1, 'J, ft to 17
Inclu. ire, In blork Melt y and lot in. block 'ilclly,
a. will more fully appear from the rerun d copy of
uv uiiv-ii. ii. mi ii v in uie nmre oi ine clerk ol tlie
' city of Calm: that a warrant fur tlie collection ol
tu.b a.camei.t. I. In the handa of the under
r lned. All per.on. Inuire.ted are hereby notllled
" to call and pay tun amimnta cil, at die rol-
lector' ofile at the Alexand-r County Hank with.
In thirty daya from the dale hureoL liiU'dthii
InddajrvfHept. A. I), iwt.
THOMAS J . KEKTII, Collector.
CHICAGO .MARKET REPORT
CORRECTS D DAILY I1Y CIU8.
0:30 T. M. September 8.18WJ.
September. October. November.
Pork $ fJl iVi f 19 50
Wheat P7.V W
Corn til" 6i)i
Oatt f 3 ,
Pork f I" lf 1
Wheat .H S
Corn To1 IW
Oata 3 1 'a 3 'J '4
1:0J 1'. M. Clo.lng.
Pork WJO frl il 17 119 ITS
Corn 72 H7, tUS
NEW YOKK.8EPT.8. 12.
Wheat It. W. $1 0641 IS Noi Ued$l OVi&i
Corn No. 2 c
W. P. Lahhoin, river editor or at Bulltih
and .tearaboat paaten'or ai:ont. Order for all
klndeof ateaiuboat Job printing eollcltcd. Office
at Planter. Hotel, No, 64 Ohio levee.
HTAQE8 0K THE KIVEB.
Tlio river marked by the gi-k'o last, even
ing at 4 d'clock at tlita port 15 feet
4 inches and rising.
Pittshurpr, Sept. 9 Op. in River 2 feet
2 inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Sept. 90 p. in. River 13
feet 2 inches and falling.
Louisville, Sept. 90 p. m. River 7
feet 0 inches and falling.
Nashville, Sept. 90 p.m. River 4 feet
7 inches and falling.
St. Louis, Sept. 9-0 p. in. River 10 feet
0 inches aud falling.
The AnuieP. Silver from St. Louis is
due to day but possibly may not reach here
before to morrow on account ot low wa
ter. She will take freight for New Or
leans, leaving here Monday evening.
Tlie J. II. Ilillman, one of the lightest
little crafts that tver carried steam, is due
here to-night from Nashville, and leaves
on her return trip for the Rock City at 10
a. m. Monday.
Captain John Griffith with his fine steam
er Hudson, leaves here early this mornipg
tor St. Louis. For a plessant trip with
clever officers take the Hudson and buy
your tickets of her agent, W. F. Lamb
din. Tho John S. Hopkins will come through
to day from Evansville. Passengers going
up the Ohio can procure tickets from W.
F. Lambdin, agent, by calling at Bower's
restaurant, Ohio levee.
Charley Rower has fitted up his oyster
parlor and driving hall in an elegant style,
and is now having a "big run." His oys
ters are immense.
The Andy Bautn is duo early this morn
ing from Memphis for Cincinnati. Re
member her excursiou rates to the Exposi
tion is only 12.00. Tho Baum is pro
vided with an excellent string baud and a
trip on her will be most pleasant. See W.
F. Lambdin and get your tickets.
Tho Vint Shinkla for Memphis is due
here tills miming, aud passengers going
to the Bluff City, or in that direction, can
procure tickets of W. F. Lambdin, agent.
The Shinkle is sure, lives high, has clever
officers, and a spledid band of music.
Tiie Belle Memphis from Vicksburg ar
rived here at 1 :40 p. ra. yesterday, her trip
was light. She departed for St. Louis at
The Commonwealth from St. Louis ar
rived here at 1 p. m. yesterday. She was
about fifteen hours behind time owim: to
the low stage of water in the upper Mis
sippi. She had an excellent trip and left
for Vicksburg at t :40 p. m.
The City of Helena from St. LouiB had
a good trip for Memphis. She reported
here lnt evening, received some freight
and departed at p. m.
Tho Arkansas City for Vicksburg is duo
here this evening. She's as fine as split
silk, and runs like a race horse.
The W. P. Halli.ky for New Orleans
arrived last evening at 5:20. She had a
line trip, also a barge in tow well loaded
She leaves this morning for tho great south
Weather pleasant yesterday and business
The City of New Orleans passed up for
St. Imis yesterday morning at 3 o'clock
with a light trip.
Tho II. T. Dexter which filled tho place
of the Oils Fowlur yesterday did not arrive
until 13 o'clock last night. She returned
at 2 a. in. Give us tho old reliable Ous.
Fowler. She is always on time," and will
report nero to morrow at A o clock p. ui.
BiickU'u'w A r nka Salvo
The Best Salvo in tho world for Cuts
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Kheurn, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or raonty refunded. Price
35 cents put box. For sale by Geo. E
V 11 AHA,
MEN WOMEN AND BOOKS.
EDITED IN TUB INTEUEST OK TIIE CAIUO
"A Happy Boy and the Fisher Maiden"
by Byornstyerno Byornson woro in the last
list of books procured for tho library. The
New England Journal of Education gays
"tho reading public should know that
such books aro a positive blessing, and,
liko tho songs of tho best poets, awaken
those aspirations that elevate and cnnoblo
tho mind and heart."
Archenbrodel of the no name series was
received at tho same time. Tho author ev
idently had a deep laid moral purpose,
touching on the labor questron for women,
as well as on tho dignity question for
young ladies without slurring tho causo
of the working girl, she graces that of wo.
man. The humor of the book is not broad.
Tho writer is in dead earnest and nowhero
plays wi;h her subject. Tho dramatic and
anylitic writers carry everything before
them. There is none ot those masculine
qualities allied to the story telling power,
which makes Mrs. Stowe bo much the
largest writer among our American women.
But the story. is all the moro artistically
constructed for those omissions. What it
loses in breadth it makes up in intensity.
Mr Bancroft has a library of 13,000 vol
utiles in his Washington house. He is
aided in his literary works by a secretary
aud several copyists. Ho has for some
time been at his Newport summer homo.
On the proposition of the French Direc
tor General of Fiue Arts, tho Minister of
Public Instruction and Fine ArtB, has con
ferred upon Phillip Gilbert Hamerton, au
thor of "The Graphic Art?," etc., tho uni
versity declaration of an officer d'Acado-
iflic, in recognition of his writings on art.
Tho Peoria Art society, as the name in
dicates, is composed of ladies that is,
the active members are ladies. It has i
membership of forty and meets once a week
to study art. Two years were devoted to
architecture. The society is now engaged
in studying the history of painting
The practicle art work done by members
of the society is quite limited, but through
them there have been engaged some supe
rior teachers in charcoal and crayon work,
and piloting un china in oit and witer
cilors, a teacher of drawing who occupied
the Duals the past year will organize her
classy Sept. 12. The society his never
had a teacher in art neede work, but hopes
this year to accomplish more in the way
of chsies and exhibition; nothing definite
yet has ben decided urwn. FArt In
TUE TEMPLE OK DfANN.V OF THE EPHESI
At Ephesus, the capital of the twelve
Ionian cities In Asia Minor, stood this fa
mous temple of Diana. Tho edifice was
burned down on tho night in which Alex
ander was born. It was set fire to by Era
tosratus, a nttive of Ephesus, with no other
view than to immortalize his name. His
townsman, however, passed a decree for
bidding his name to be mentioned; nor
would it have been known unless Theo
painpus h id introduced it into his writings.
Hence thu incendiary hits come clown to our
times as "tho youth that lirod the Eplie
Alexander made an offer to rebuild the
temple, provided he could inscribe his
name on the front, which the EphesiaDS
rofused. Aided, however, by the whole of
Asia Minor, they erected a still moro mag
nificent temple, which occupied them 220
years. Pliny describes it as 425 feet by
220 broad. Chersiphorn was the architect.
It was built of ceder, cypress, ami even
gold; and in i. was treasured offerings to
the goddess Dianna, tho value of which al
most exceeded computation. Nero is said
to have despoiled the' temple of m any of
these treasures; but it existed until it whs
finally burned by the Goths, 53-2(13.
Vitrtivious considers this temple as tho first
edifice in which architecture was brought
to pei lection, and the first in which the
Ionic order was employed.
Ephesus, ouco tho pride of Asia, is now
represented by a poor village of a tew cot
tages and a cast lo and mosque built with
I'r itnents taken from the ruins of Ephesus,
hall a mile distant. The statium (now
converted into a cornfield), tlio theatre, the
circus, and the magnificent gymnasium
may all be distinguished-in outline, and
their area is strewd with fine fragments.
There is a part of tho entablature of a Cor
inthian temple, which, in tho richness and
variety of its ornaments, as well as in their
fine executions, has perhaps never been
surpassed. But it is not without difficulty,
and even doubt, that we can determine tho
spot whero stood that proud boast of an
tiquity tho temple sacred to Dianna of
the Ephesians. All that constituted tho
splendor of tho edifice its columns, ot
which 127 were the gifts of kings, its work
of art, comprising the masterpiece of Ap
pelles and Praxiteles, and tho one column
sculptured by Scopus have disappeared.
After the great temple had been repeat
edly pilagod by the barbaiians, Justinian
removed the columns to adorn the church
ot St. Sophia, at Constantinople. The tem
ple site can now do identified only by tho
marshy spot on which it was erected, and
by the prodigious extent and magnitude of
tho orches raised as a foundation. Tho
vaults formed by them compose a sort of
labyrinth. There is not an apartnent en
tiro ; but walls of immeoso blocks of marble,
in the front of which are perforations
wherein were sunk the shanks of tho brass
and silver plates with which tlie walls wore
faced of this splendid ediQco, once pointed
out as that which all Asia worehipud when
tho people cried out in their enthusiasm.
"Groat is Dianna of tho Ephesians, to whom
such a temple belonged!"
. RAILROAD RUMORS.
Tho following article, written for the
St. Louis Post Dispatch by its special cor
respondent here, Mr. W. P. Smyth, specu
lating on tho situation hero between the
Illinois Central company and Gould's Wa
bash system, will prove of interest to tho
readers of The Bulletin : It has become
an accepted tact in railroid circles here
that tho accession of tho Hannibal and St.
Joe to the Wabash system will bo followed
by a raid on tho Mobilo and Ohio and its
ultimate consolidation with tho old Cairo
and Vincennes now known as the Cairo
and Danvillo division of tho Wabash. This
will give Gould a competing lino on the
east bank of the Mississippi from New Or
leans to Cairo, a direct route to tho east by
conjunction with tho Ohio and Mississippi
at Viuceuues, by way of Indianapolis, and
a whack at Chicago business, now con
trolled by the Illinois Central, through tne
Chicago and eastern Illinois by way of
Danville. The coming winter will develop
a vigorous fight between those two roads.
It will bo a novelty to tho people of this
section of tho Mississippi Valley, who, for
over a quarter of a century have been ac
customed to look upon the Illinois Central
as one of tlio most gigantic monopolies of
the west. Its recent agreement with the
Texas and St. Louis narrow guage, by
which th.it road becomes a feeder for a
large portion of trade that is now com
pelled to seek the Iron Mountain and tho
entire business of some of the most produc
tive and flourishing sections of Arkansas
and Texas, and especially the great cotton
producing districts of these two states,
was a direct assault upon the Gould in
terests. The consummation of this scheme
wns effected so rapidly and so completely
that it was looked upon as a veritabl J
coun d'etat in railroad circles here. It waB
an unexpected explosion of the origonal
idea that the Texas and St. Louis was
seeking connection hero with the Cairo and
St. Louis narrow ullage, which was to be
come a part of the great narrow guage sys
tern between the south and the east. Para-
more had already submitted his proposition
to the Cairo and st. Louis narrow gU'ige
people aad was about exhausted awaiting
an answer, when a hasty summons brought
down the Illinois Central crowd from Chica
go; a conference was held between them
and the Short Line managers on one
side and Paramore on the other; a bargain
was struck; The Short Line is to
get the St. Louis business by way of Du
Quoin and the Central all that belongs to
Chicago. In return tho Narrow Gaugo is
to get all the Arkansas and Texas business
it can handle This agreement is pledged
in a lease of forty years. In view ot this
arrangement narrow gauge inclines are now
in fourse of construction on both sides of
the river. Narrow gauge tracks have been
laid in all the Illinois Central yards. Tho
Narrow Gauge office is in tho Illinois Cen
tral building, and there is a constant and
general fartcrnizatiou of the officers of the
The Wabash managers regard the exe
cution of this schemo as an act of usurpa
tion. In retaliation it is proposed to get
control of tho Mobile and Ohio and oper
ate it in connection with the Cairo and
Danville division of the Wabash, with con
venient outlets at Vincennes north and east;
to gobble up tho Cairo and St. Louis Nar
row Gauge as a.cut-offtothe Short Lino for
tho St. Louis business. Every indication
points to this as the programmo. When it
is carried out there will be war. The Cen
tral is preparing for the fight. It is forti
fying its position by a liberal expenditure
of its vast resources, building up its road
bed, hying steel rails tho whole length of
its line irom uncago to JNew Orleans, se
curing its bridges and tresles, improving
its rolling stock and increasing wherever
it can its facilities for handling the winter
traffic and taking care of its interest against
Tho Wabash, not satisfied with the pres
ent route to Chicago, by tho way of tlio
Chicago and Eastern Illinois, through Dan
ville, ar about to construct a line from
Effingham, tho southern terminus of their
Chicago division, to intersect the Cairo di
vision at Stoneport, fifty-five miles from
hero. It will bo an air lino in every senBO
of tho word, passing through sumo of tho
best sections of the State. The operation
of such a line with Mobilo and Ohio con
nection at this point to compete with tlio
Chicago, St. Louis and New Orleans east
of tho Mississippi, and with tho Iron Moun
tain for a feeder on tho west, will give tho
Gould taction what they have been eagerly
seeking, a full sweep at tho Illinois Central
business from New Orleans to Chicago and
the East. There's music in the air."
Millions Given Away.
Millions of bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds, have been given away as trial bottles
of the largo size. This enormous outlay
would bo disastrous to the proprietors, were
it not for tho rare merits possessed by tho
wonderful medicine. Call at Harry W.
Schuh's Drug Store and got a trial bottle
free, and try for yourself. It never fails to
Tho Cairo & Mound City
aaiA. i. safford s
W. H.MOORE, Master.
From September Mil until further uotlce will
make trip. at follow!
I.eaveaat'airoit 7:b0. ra.,11 (0.m. and 4:30
Leayea Mound Cltv at 8:80 a. ra.. 1:30 p. m. and
0:ttu p. in.
can iiaenge)ea ror eiruratont any eveulna after
rnilE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
71 OUIO LEVEE,
A General Banking: busiuess
TKOS, W. IIAJ.L.IDA.Y.
JNTEUPKISB SAVING HANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
THUS. V. II A I .I.IDA Y,
FLOUR- GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Caxh Price Paid for Wheat.
C O . Ju
D Stoves 13
S Tinware. S
f!AIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE -VtP STATES.
On and after Monday. July 21, and until further
liotictlni ferryboat Three Slate, will run at nuur
at poealhluou t le following tlinu table:
MiVlft LIAVat LIAVlt
Foot Fourth t Mlaaourl Laud'K- Kentucky Ld g.
f i.i . - i p. a 0' i i m i at
:H0i. in. 7:o a. m, 7:30a.m.
8:30 ' 0:(IO " ::1 "
10::io linHi " 11:30 "
iM p. in. iv.wp. m. 3:00 p. m.
Leave Leave Leave
Knot Kimith at. Kentucky Ld'g. Mlaaourl Land's.
4:o.i p, ni. 4:30 p. m. 0:10 p. in.
On laat trip leiivtna Kentucky 1 anillng at 4 ;30o'clock
p. in , the boat will ko to lllrda Point, making con
nection with T. A St. L. paaonKr train for Cairo.
Klrat trip at H;:'l a. m. leaving Cairo, Will connect
with T. A St. L. train leaving Cairo.
HE KEOULAR CAIRO AND
HENRY E. TAYLOR ...Matter
GEO. JOBES Clerk
Lcavtt Padueah for Cairo dairy (Sunday! oice pl
ed) at B a.m. and Mound City ill p m, Return
lngiLeavetCalrott4p. m. Mound. City at .6 p. m.
Mayor N.B. Thl.tlewood.
Treasurer T J.Kerth.
CliurkDcnul. J i Kolny.
(.'ouneeiorWni. B. Gilbert,
Manual L. H. Meyer.,
alloriiwy William Ueudrkki.
uoakd or AuiiHiiaM.
Klrat Ward-Win. Mcllalo, T. M . Klmbrouirh.
Sie-oud VVard-Je-.il lliliklo, t). N. Uutfhea,
Third Ward-U. V, Make, John Wood.
Kourth Ward Charlea 0. Patler, Adoinu 8wo-
Kifth Ward-T. W. Ualltdav, ErnettB. Pattlt.
Circuit .Indirect). linker.
I'lrenltClerk-A. II. a- 'n
County Jmli?e-H. 8 Yocmn.
County Clerk 8. J. Hum in.
Couuty Attorney-J . M. Dainron.
County Tna.urer-Mlle. W. Parker,
riherlir Johu lloduoi.
Corouer-R. EltKeralt (
. e..mni..Lnnr..T. W. IIiil lday,
Ulbb. aud Peter Htuu.
OAIKO UAPTIST.-Oorner Tenth , and Poplar
jaen mouin, ii . ... m . r , --
w. . . .....i 4.-1 . in i rtrftvnr ineflt-
" uVuv. A. J- UBVPattor.
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C1I1LHLU Or tUS n.n,i i an, .' "r""f
) fourteenth itreel; Hunday 7:00 a m., Holy
Kiienarliil ; :! a. in., BUnV Vi
Vlo,uinK Prayert; 8:00 n. in., Evening Prayert. r.
I'. Daveuuorl, 8. T. H. Hector.
iMUKT M1SHIONARV BAPTIST p'1
V I'reaebii.K at 10::w a. n... S p. in., and 7:80 p. m.
ai.na'b achnol at 7:'J p. m I- T. J. Hboret,
1 LillKHAN-Thlrteenth Klreeti .ervlttl HatJ
I j bath t :: a. m. ; Bunday cbool 'i p. in. Kev.
METHODIST- Our. Eighth and Waluot treets,
Preaehlnc Sabbath 11:00 a. m.
miiday hcuool al 4:ou p. in. lluv. J. A. Bcarrui,
t HKSIJYTEKIAN -BlKbth treet: j.reachlUK on
1 Kabbath al 11:M a. m. and 7:41 p. ru; prayer
Wednesday at 1: f. ta.; suuuay ocq.oi
it p. m. Key B.T. Ocore, pa.tor.
T.JOSKI'll B-iHoman Catholle) .Corner Croat
ami Walnut .treeta: tervleea Ha'.Ulh lO.S.a.
n. ; Sunday School at i p. m. ; V e.jiert 1 P- m. . ter
nr . every day at a. in. Itev. O ilara. Prieat.
2 T PATUK'E'8-( Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
atreet and Waahlnirtnn vouo; rvtci- Hb
oat h 8 aud 10 a. m. ; Ve.pert I p. m. i I Bandar i Sc him
t p. m. eervlcce every day al 8 a ta. Rev. M.isU-isoii
U. It. TIME CARD ATCAIUU-
ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. K.
Mall .S-.OJa.m tM.il! . 4: "."
Accom'd.tlon.UMOa.m Kiurea.... l:"
lEipre.a : P m I AccorartatioB..4.1j p m
MISS CENTRAL K. It.
Mall 4:Sa.intMall ,V?,Pml
tKxprc.a W:15a m tEjre. U.iam
ST. U. R- R- (Narrow Oano )
Expro.'....M . lo:iS t m I 'Kipru- 4:mp.m
Aiiom'dutlon. 1 : p m I Accoin'datoln 13:OS p.ru
ST L . I M . B. R. K
Ex;rea. U:p ro I Hi prct..-.-. W v m
r Accom nation. t:M p m 1 tAccotn datum 11 4j a m
WABASn, ST. LOt H PAt-lf iw n i vy
.Yiuidt ax .... t;ia .m I
VJJa'.ly except Sunday, t Daily.
MOBILE 4 OHIO Ii It:
Mall 6:05 a. m. I Mail ..
Expre.a 6:0J a, m. Expreti
.R:VI p. m.
,.s:W p. tn.
ST. LOUIS & CAIRO R. It.
TRAIN'S RUN AS FOLLOWS.
Expren and Mall leave. Cairo, every day except
Snnilav, at 10:4J a. m. Arriv,. 4:p. m.
Aocommndatlou arrive, at li.vi p. m. and do
part, at 1:A p. in.
NEW YrORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stoci
IN TIIE CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1EU & CO..
Oor.Nlnetoonthttreetl Piilffl Tll
Commercial Avenue VttH U li'l
QEOUGE II. LEACH, M. V.ff
Physician and Surgeon,.
Special attentloii paid to the Homeopathic treat
metit of lurgical rJUeaaee, and diaeaaet of womoi
j . 1 1 .. i
a. in i.tiiiuiuu.
, ,.n Ik VI I h alni.it nntlrkfllt A t hfl PlIBt OfHce
Vlil.i . ... v.-..'.., .
ill - r.
JR. W. C. JOCELYN,
OKKICB Klghlk Street, near Comr erela! Avene
JR. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Orrmt No. 136 Conuni-rctal Avenue, betwee: j
SkIiI.u and Ninth Htrout.
AFTER THE FLOOD Till
FIRE, BUT TnE FLAG
haa oponed again in the Davit building on Slxt j
ttreet, witn a run iut
NowFurniture of all kinds!
and It prepared to do I
at rentonable ratet. j
RAFFLE: take t chance i
tho flnoit bonk ca.a In the city, or a haudaome bed
room eet.or nuo aiae noara, Articioe now on exi
hlhltlon at hit talet roomt. Will be rallied at too
at tickets are dl.poacd of, or money will he returns'
VB Ulk A CALL
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