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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CA1K0. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY MOBNING, NOVEMBER 4, 1082.
Treumirnr T J . Ktirth.
DIitIi Di niiln. J. Knli'jr.
Ct-'Uiioeior Win. It. Ollberl,
Maralial-L. II. Moyum,
board or iunnmn
Hral Warl Win. MclIalti.T. U. Kl uiitrouKh.
rW.ond Ward-Jum.i Iliuklo, C. N. Uuiihea.
Third Wrl-ll. V, Bluko, Jobu Wood.
Kourtn Ward-Cliarlea 0. Patler, Adoiph Swo
vhU. ririi Ward-T. W. IHUIflay, Krneit B. Pettlt.
Clrcun J -I'tue U. J.bitkn.
Circuit ClurltA. 11 Irvlu.
County Judi;erl. ri Votuiii.
C'ouiiiy Clem H. J. Huip'ii.
CoiiDty Attorney J. M. Dainrm.
Cotiti'y Truanurer Mile W. I'a:ki.
Hheiltf ilollli Hodua.
Corunor-K. Pitatf'raia ,,., . .
CouutyCominliii!oiir-T. W. Uallldny, J. A.
Ulhtjt and I'eU-r ran;.
CiAIRO UAHPHr. Cufunr Tanth aiid Poplur
atrteli; preacU'.Lg Bret and third Hiiudna
cuh month, II . iu.and7:W'm. sprayer meat
;tm TUur.nlay,7::JOp, in I Suudar Hf hool, 9:30 a.ro
Uf- A. .1. HSU Pun lot.
"AiICKCll OK TUB UKDKKMKH-dCwUcout',
V Konrli!iitli ueet; bunday 7:'a m., Holy
Kucliiirint; :) in., Sunday achool ; '1:00 a.m.,
Moriilun Prayiira; b:iio. m Bv0lnn Prayeri. K.
p. Davenport, S. T. M. Hicl',1.
11, M MISSIONARY IIAPTIST CflCKCa.
X lrvv-hiri?it W W a. n... 3 p. m.. and 7:"W p. m.
aUmtli arlxwil at 7:) p. id Uov. T. J. Hhotet,
I l 'l II KHAN Thirteenth utrooi; aervita Sati
I . Ymi U 1: a. m ; Buiiday acaoul 2 p m. Her.
El 'VV, paat Jr.
MKTHOIMliT -'.r. RVMb aoJ Wali.ut treHs,
Preaching rlabhalU ll;Uia. m. and 7 :V p. m.
buuday hcttool at .l:-0p. tn. Rev. J. A. Sen rett,
)hl!hHYTKKIN -Eighth ftreet: pnacnlfl on
m..irr.iF Wnlntadav at 7:YId. m Bandar Hchool
at 3 p. Hi. lUv b. V. 'ieoUe, paatol.
ST. JOSEPH S -nHoinan Catholic) Corner Croa
and Walnut atruota; aurvlcea Babbath, 10:80 a.
i).; Huuday School atlp, m ; Vexpera I p. m.iaar
ficca avury day at 8 a. ro. Kv. O'llara, Prtont.
ST. PATRICK Korean Catholic) Corner Ninth
.reel and Washington avenue; aervlcei Hab
bath band 10 a.m.; V caper I p. m.; Honday School
i p. ru. aervlcea Tory day at 8 a ra- Kef. M-wU-rsou
Mr. K. KirZtiEKALIl aothorUei ua to an
nonnce blm an a camluUki for re-election t. the
office of Coroner of Alexaudvr county al lh eoroi
ng November cluctlon.
WeareaathoriEed to annu ities that Mr. P. A
TatlorUau ludipeu loot caudldata lor re-leclion
to iheolUoe of County superintendent of public In
aiructloua, (abject to the d;claloQ of the vou-ra of
W arsa'ithonred to announce that Mra I.. C
OIIiHs, of Theliea. l a candidate for the office of
County Kuperinteudent of HchuoU at the ensuing
We are authorlled to anoouai-e that Mr. SAMU
EL J 11UMM will be an Independent candidate
forthe office of ConntyCle.-k at .becoming Novem
We are anthorlncd to announce that TI10VAS
J . CKAIG. ol lioditea Park, it a candidate for the
office of 0onnt Comiula-ioncr at tun emulng No
We are authorlled to atale that Mr. J. H. ML I.
CAUEY, l Commercial Point, wtil be a candi
date Tor County Comuilaeloui-r t the coming No
venibtrelucilon. 4PrBi.LTI a.HK.
Xv arj a-nhorUe t toanneuueo that It. A D.
VILUANKS, of JefTernon county, la a candidate
for Cli-rn ofthe App illate Court In the Kourth
Ijirial.iu of lliln'iu. aubject to tUo declalon of a
convention of the Uvmocratlc party
We ro authrle'l to announce Mr. JOHN
nuDUKS aa a candidate for noeriff of Alexander
Kd. Bulletin: I'leaae announco my name aa the
candl late of the people for the oft.ee of County
Jude at the November election. JUS IT!. K.
We are authorised to announce the name of
WALTKil WAltUKK a acatidtda'e for tne oflce
ofCoun'v Judie of Alexander Coantr.
Wo ar' authorUed to announro .lattice JOHN
II. ROBINSON aa an Independent candidate for
Countv .1 id'e at Ihecomlnit November elecilon.
Wp are autboriKud to anuounoe Mr. MILKS V .
PAKKKK an au Independent cindidate for treaa
nrcr of Alusauder county at the cotuiuu November
JLLIN01S CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv -Lino Kuutiini?
0 DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Connection
Tbaini LliVi Cairo:
3:05 a m. Mail,
ArrlvlUKln St. Lout t:4& m. ; Chicago. H:80 p.m. !
Contieclinn at Odin and BlUnRham for ClnclU'
nail, Loulivillo, lndlauapulif and potnta Eaat.
llilU a.m. St. IiOutn and Weatarn
Arrlvlna In Bt, Lonla 7;0S p, m., and couoectlnK
ii ir an pomta vveat.
:i;5() p.m. Fut Kxprwa.
lorHt. Lout and Chlrairo, arriving at St. LotiU
I J :QO p ni. Clmilivntatl Kxpreaa,
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.j Lomivllle 6:55
a.m. noiauaiioiia a:on a.m. i'aaneniura h
thia train reach the above polnta la to 3
uuuno in auvance yi any ovnor routo.
lrTh8:S0 p. m. exprea haa PULLMAN
KLKBPING CAB Cairo to Cincinnati, without
change, ana tarougn iinoparato bt. Louli and
Fast Timo East.
PiiaaDltcrfvvu thli llne gothrongh to Raet.
JTaSrlCllJtXa rn point wlthnnt any dolay
cauiad by Hunday Intorvenlug. The Saturday aftur
noon train rroui Cairn arrlveiln bnw York Monday
nornltig at 10:85. Thlrty-alx hourain advance of
y oiner route,
MrKor through tlckota and further Information
apply at Illlnola Oontral IUIlroad Pepot, Cairo,
J. B. JON KB, Ticket Agent.
A. H. BAN SON, Geo. Paea, Agent. Chicago
Natural Fruit Flavors.
Prepared from the choicest Fruiti, with'
out coloring, poieonoue o's, acid or artific
ial E$sence$. Always uniform in etrtngth,
without any adulterations or impurities.
Hare gained their reputation from their
perfect purity, superior strength and quaL
itjf. Admitted by all who hare used them
as the most delicate, grateful and natural
flavor for cakes, puddings, creams, etc,
STEELE & PRICE,
Chioago, ZlLt and Bt. Louia, Mo.,
Balm of Upulla Ytut . Dr. f rle' t ma Batla
tnmr, ft ilr. PrlM't t'.lu. ttrtumm,
WIMAKC NO SECOND CKADI C00D8
DENTIB T .
aKFl'. S-Elkirith Huett. near Comn ercla! Avecee
JK. E W. WHITLOCK,
Ofrnoi-No. 136 Commercial Avenoe, between
shth and Ninth Street
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE t?a STATES.
On and after Monday. July jt. and until further
notic-.th'i f.ir.-yboai fhree HtAwa will runaa near
at poinibleoa tie following ttmo table:
MiTii Liavca Luna
KootFoorth it. Minouri Land g. Kentucky Ld g .
6:11 a. m.
7:no a. m.
1 1 nm "
7:30 a. m.
8:00 a. m.
i-M p. m.
foot Fourth at. Kentucky Ld'g. Mlssocirl Land'g.
4:iop. in. i:iop. m :io p.m.
On laat trlpleav1ngEentU''kvlandlngat4:30o'clock
p. in., tbe boat will go to Bird. Point, making con
nection with T ifeSt.L pa 'cnger train for Cairo.
rmttrip at i:.si a. m. leaving t; iro. will connect
wlthT. & St. L. train leaving Cairo.
C O A. L
D Stoves D
S 'Pinware. S
FL0UP GRAIN AND HAY
HUrheflt Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Commercial Aveuue and Eighth Street
F.BROf58,Prealdont. I P. N4FF, VlcoPrea'nt
U. WSLLB, Cashier. I T. . a.erin, aii i caaa
F. Bro . Ca!ro I Wllltam Rluxa. .Cairo
Peter Neff " iiitam won....
CM Oaterloh " C.().ratler
B.A.Budor " In. Wella....
i, Y. Clemaou, Caledonia.;
A GENERAL BAN KINO BUSINESS DONE.
T.l.rail nM It
the Havtnga Department. Colleotlont made and
ii uu.ioeaa prompuy aiienueu tu.
IIIICAGO 31 ARRET REPORT
CORRECTS D DAILY BV CnAS. CUNNIN0-
9:30 A. M. Kovcrubor 3,W2.
November. December. January.
Pork t f 18 Ti 'i
Wheat 98i Br.Hi v&n
i:00 p. M.
Pork 119 15
8' 0 P. M.
Pork 919 17'i tS 50 l-t 4:
Wheat W. DIV
Corn r U1 fb
Oati 8li M:MX VK
NEW YORK, NOV 1. mi.
Wheat B. W. $1 '1 13 No 2 R. W. $1 08145
My3. No. iCoru 8'J'tt.).
Wheat 118 cara winter, 167 can spring.
Corn-1 5? cara. 15,000 butbel Canal.
W. F. Lambdi, rtrer editor or .' BirLLirm
and atea.nboit pmneujer nont. Ordnra for all
klndaof ateamboat Job printing aoilclted. 0:11 ce
at Bovrer'i European Qotol, No. 72 Ohio levee.
STAGES OK TUB BIVER.
The river marked by tbe gaugo last
evening at this port, 0 1'tet 10 incties
rittsburfr Nov. 36 p. m-Uiver 2 feet
00 inches and rising.
Cincinnati, Nov. 30 p. m. River 7
feet 6 inches and rising.
Louisville, Nov. 30 p. m. River 4
feet 6 inches and falling.
Nashville, Nov. 36 p.m. River 1 foot
8 inches and stationary.
St. Louis, Nov. 3-6 p.m. River 11 feet
1 inches and falling.
Yesterday was a lovely day but business
Tbo Jas. W. Gaff will leave Cincinnati
positively this evening for Memphis.
The Montana, out of the Tennessee river
with two large barges loaded with lumber
and spoke timber, left here yesterday at
noon for tit. Louis.
Capt. James Todd, an old riverman, has
taken command of the Hudson, and Capt.
John Griffith, herforraur popular chief, has
taken chtrge of the book-keeping depart
ment. The Uudson from St. Louis arrived hero
at 9 :30 a.m. yesterday. She had" a fine
trip, discharged considertble freight here
and departed for Pnducah and Shawnee
town at noon.
Tho Welcome from Cincinnati arrived
here yesterday morning at 9 o'clock on her
way to the Red river, where 6he belongs,
She had a gooJ trip of freight and people,
and left for her destination at 11 :30 a. m
Tbe Will Kyle didn't leave Cincinnati as
advertised, as the company regard business
too dull and water too low to make any
money. She will therefore remain at Cin
cinnati until arise in the Ohio takes place.
The pretty, new steamer Henry A. Tyler
is due here this , morning from Memphis.
She will t ike freight and people for her
return trip this evening as far down as
Osceola, as that point will be the terminus
of her trip. For freight or passage apply
on board, or to Agent W. F. Lambdin.
Office 72 Ohio levee.
The champion "feather weight" packet
J.H. HilluiaQ has left us and gone among
strangers to try her fortune. We hope she
may make piles of money. Capt. Tom
Galigher, one of her owners and commander,
will have charge of her. May sho receive
a cordial welcome in her new trade from
Cincinnati to Evansville.
The Clinton, when about 40 miles below
Si. Louis early Thursday morning, col
lided with the towboat Annettn, which
came very near sending her to "watery
grave, but owing to the skill of tho crew
who patched the "wound" until thi proper
aid could be obtained. She was taken back
to St. Louis, where she will be docked.
Capt. W. C. Tichenor has gone to Pitts'
burg to superintend the finishing touches of
his new steamer Will S. Hays, which will
be the finest boat that ever floated the
western waters, more modern, more se
cure, and we hope more successful. She is
named iu honor of Will S. Hays, tho genia
whole soul who rues the wet end of the
Courier-Journal, ami who has a national
reputation for composing tho sweetest bal
lads ever produced -both in words and
It takes over one hundred pairs of gloves
to assuage the grief of the Brooklyn officials
over the duatn ot an alderman, waose me
might have been saved by a Binglo bottle
of Dr. Buirs Cough Syrup.
Do Not Be Deceived.
In these times of quack medicine adver
tisements everywhere it is truly gratifying
to find one remedy that is worthy of praise
and which really does as rocommenueu
Electrio Bitters we can vouch for as being
a true and reliable roraedv, and one that
will do as recommended. They invariably
cure Stomach and Liver Complaints, Dis
eases of the Kidneys and Urinary diffl
culties. We know whereof wo speak, and
can readily say, give them a trial. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Harry W. Bcnuh. (9)
Of all tho cities of tbo union, Cairo is
most lnterepted in the improvement of the
Ohio and Mississippi rivers. Other cities
of tbe west and all the western and south
western states will feci tho beneficent in
fluence of such improvement; and every
village and hamlet and every farm within
the borders of the lourteen states that lie
along these rivers will receive tangible,
substantial benefit by their improvement.
But pre-eminently Cairo will be tho greut
beneficiary of the plan of river improve
ment now in progress and in contempla
tion. Such improvement is the key that
will unlock the imprisoned future of our
city and throw the calcium-light of pro
phecy upon our coming growth and pros
perity. All our citizen's are deeply inter
entep iu such improvement. Tho poor as
well as tho rich tho day laborer, the mer
chant, tho mechanic, the speculator, tho
lawyer, the physician all are deeply con
cerned in aiding an I forwarding and hast
ening by all honorable means the present
system of improving our two great western
rivers. It is a quesdon about which our
citizens are harmonious. It is a question
that elevates itself above party, or race, or
nationality. It is a question that touches
the pocket of all who live in this city.
For tLo accomplishment of this much
desired improvement the votes of Congress
men are absolutely necessity. Those votes
are obtained mainly from the West and
Southwest. It would be a natural expec
tation that the Dis'.rict of which Cairo is
the capitol city, would furnish the leader
of the river improvement; or if our Cjn-
gretsmn is too weak or is uasuited for a
leader that be at least would give tho aid
of bis vote to the cause of river improve
ment. But it is a humiliating and dis
graceful fact that the Congressman repre
senting Cairo, John R.Thumar", was guilty
of TREACHEROUS CONDUCT TOWAHD CAIRO
IN VOTI.NO AGAINST RIVER IMPROVEMENT
IN 1881 ANDDODOINU THE VOTE UPON THE
BILL FOR BUCH IMPROVEMENT IN 1883. By
reason of his treachery and disloyalty to
the city of Cairo, he ought not to receive a
single vote within our corporate limits.
It is true, Congressman Thomas, in his
recent speech in Cairo, indulged iu a large
amount of fulsome flattery of himself in
connection with river improvement. But
the SUPREME AND OVERSHADOWING FACT
remains that this treacherous representative
of Cairo interests at Washington, during
three sessions of Congress, never voted a
SINGLE TIME FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF
OL'R rivers, although ho had nine oppor
tunities to do so. If this is uot treachery
to Cairo, we do not uuderatand the mean
ing of that word.
Tho citizens of Cairo ought to nuke no
mistake about this matter. We cannot af
ford to make a misTake. The subject is of
vital importance. It will not bear to bo
trillltsd with. In tho Eastern States the
few Congressmen who voted for tho river
improvement bill, have all been defeated in
the nominating conventions. If tho pres
ent magniflcient plan for river improve
ment is continued by the next Congress, it
will ba done by the aid of Western and
Southwestern Congressmen. We cannot
afford to trust a man in tho future who
has been untrue to our interests in the past.
Not only ought Capt. Thomas to lose every
votein Cairo; but our citizens ought, in
some signal way, to mark their condemna
tion of his treachory.
Millions Given Away.
Millions of bottleB of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds, have been given away as trial bottles
of tho large size. This enormous outlay
would bo disastrous to the proprietors, were
it not for tho rare merits possessed by the
wonderful medicine. Call at Harry W.
Schuh's Drug Btoro and got a trial bottle
lreo, and try for yourself. It never fails to
list of letters remaining uncalled
FOR IN TUB POBTOmt'E AT CAIRO, ILL.,
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, IWi.'
Allen, Victoria Brunt, Surah
Belle, Huldy Barrott, Matildv
Britton, Mary Chambers, Mary
Domer, Mrs Davis, Annie
Fanner, Bellio Freeman, Annie
Forest, Lizzio Freemouf, Jeuuie
Hatcher, Louis Hasty, Annie
Ilollingsworth, J llolley, Mrs
Hubert, Mary E Luwsou, Martha
Wilberr, Aria 2 McKeny, Sarah
Parrott, A E I'arker, Laura J
Pedis, Lucy Park, Susau
Huiuu, Susan Mrs ltuii' l, Magey
Robinson, DW R'ibbenst, NMlie
Sharp, Mary Stc.avisoii, Miiry J
Smith, Sarah Telitian, Pcrlina
Wonders, Orlence Walsh, E
Weston, Helen M Wuiro, Anna
Abernalhy, A Ash ford, John
Law kers, Anthony
Ballard, J D
Biglow, II A
B iker, Prof John
Black, J C
Cross, Tess t
Duvall, I) It'
Ootto. II W
Holmes, J W
Johnson, C F
Jones, W II
Miller, J O
Belmore, G A
Beckley, J D
Bruice, M L
('arpt-ntt r, A D
Hunter, J W
Jenkins, F G
Livington, A L
Owen, G F
Pickttts. Pinckny Riber, N
Rickney. Louis Rinn
Rider, Chas Sebarle, Phil
Slaughter, D-2 Schmidt, C B
Smith, Enoch 2 Slump, Geo
Server, Frank Smith, E A
Turner. J Y Trice, IVn
Thompson, Henry Thomas. Austin
Trent, Branch Tnney, C M
Torroy, Chns Turner, Henry
Wallace, S M Woodie, Mr
Young, Seth Zimmorniann, J O.
Persons calling for the above mentioned
will please say advertised.
Geo. W. McKkaio. Postmaster.
The American 8tan!cy OntntilppH by D Bra,
za In a Race for the Head Walvra of the
Mr. Stanley's piissnjr through Pari,
on bis way to Brussels, assumed the
proportions of tin event which excited
the deepest interest in France. Years
ago the eminent trawler discovered in
the- immediate vicinity of the Congo a
well-watered and den sely-pi'iulHlcd dis
trict, about one-third thesize of France,
mid containing natural resources which
rendered its acquisition extremely de
sirable. Mr. Stanley was greatly struck
with the importance of this discovery,
and lie was eventually successful in t-n-liMifr
t;"' sympathies of the king of
tho Indians iu an enterprise which
Iiroiuised to prove exceedingly prolita
lo. Tho International African asso
ciation was formed, a credit uf several
millions of francs was placed, with a
small band of Belgian ofl'icers, at Mr.
Stanley's disposal, nnd tho piirty, after
much preparation, set out for t lie new
El Dorado. Meanwhile M. do Hrazzn,
a gentleman of Italian origin, who,
curious to relate, was naturalized n
Frenchman in 1872, had, on the strength
of a small grant of 10(1,000 francs, al
lowed him by tho French parliament,
already started with a few blacks for
Stanley pool, ns tho point where tho
Congo ceases to bo navigable is called.
M. do Bruzza took tho Ogowe routo,
which turned out to be the better and
shorter one of tho two, so that when
Mr. Stauley arrived at Stanley pool ho
found, to his intinitu disgust, that he
had been forestalled, and that the ener
getic Do Bruzza had concluded a treaty
with tho local king, by virtue of which
a portion of his territory wns ceded to
tho French and tho remainder placed
under their protectorate. It is nllirmod
here that Mr. Stanley . attempted to
overawe tho natives by a military dem
onstration; but that they remained firm,
hoisted tho tri-color and ordered him off
tho ground. Some time after tho occur
rence of this episode M. do Bruzza re
turned to Franco for tho purpose of ob
taining tho ratification of his treaty
with the king of the Biilckes; which
was signed Oct. 3, 1880. lie tundu bin
appearance in June, but nothing has
yet been settled. On tho other hand,
although nothing definite is known re
specting the precise object of Mr, Stan
ley's journey to Brussels, tho suspicion
is entertained that ho may leave no
Ntono unturned in tho effort to secure
this desirable laud for the company
which ho represents. Tho Puelwc cab
inet in, therefore urged to ratify tho
treaty without a moment's delay.
Whether it will adopt this step or dis
avow M. tlo Brazza is not yet known,
but public opinion seems to bo almost
unanimous in favor of the former
course. The press waxes eloquent on
tho subject of tho preponderant role
which France will play in the future on
tlie African continent. History tn
never recorded a more olf-denvinir act
than tho cession by tho king of tho Ba
toki s of his deiiscly-impnlated country
nnd Its stores of wealth to M, tie Rniz
za anil Ids ton blackM.-.VtK York
It has been discovered that the rule
prohibiting tho enlisting of bald-headed
men into tho nriny was adopted to con
ciliate tho Indian. A tmu-scul pubis
soldier Is something with which a real
Indian will have nothing to do.
to vigorously push a business,
strength to study a profession,
strength to regulate a household,
strength to do a day's labor with
out physical pain. All this repre
sents what Is wanted, (n the often
heard expression, "Oh I I wish I
had, the strength I" If you are
broken down, have not energy, or
feel as if life was hardly worth liv
ing, you can be relieved and re
stored to robust health and strength
by taking BROWN'S IRON BIT
TERS, which is a true tonic a
medicine universally recommended
for all wasting diseases.
St N. Fremont St., Baltimore
During the war I was in
jured in the stomach by a piece
of a shell, and have suffered
from it ever since. About four
years ago it brought on paraly
sis, which kept me in bed six
months, nnd the best doctors
in the city said I could not
. live. I suffered fearfully from
indigestion, and for over two
years could not eat solid food
and for a large portion of the
time was unable to retain even
liquid nourishment. I tried
Brown's Iron liittersand now
after taking two bottles I am
able to get up and go around
and am rapidly improving.
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS Is
a complete and sure remedy for
Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Malaria,
Weakness and all disease; requir
ing a true, reliable, non-alcoholic
tonic, It enriches the blood, gives
new life to the muscles and tone
to the nerves,
ft. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
TIUINa niFAHT. THAN a AMOVa.
Mall :03a.iu I tMail 4:06 a.m
tAcr.oiifdatiou.il :ie a.m KxureM 11 :10a. ia
tExirM S.jO p-m I Accomdtttioa..4:l5 p.m
C. St. L. A N. O. K. U, (Jackaon Route).
tMall 4:4 .m I tMall 4 33p m
ExprM 10:.0s in tKijff 10:0 a m
tAc'inodatlu 3'lep m
ST. L. C. K. It. (Narrow auo )
Expnim . 8:1.1 a.xn I lUpr.ca 4:3? p.m
Accoiu'dution. l.M p.m I Accoui'dntloo 11 :40 a m
HT.L . I. M S. It. K
Expra HMOp.ni tGxprun 2:21 p.m
W'AHASH, ST. LOUIS PACIFIC IVY CO.
Mull fc.... mii I Mall 4 Ex.... H:hOp.m
t Arcora'datlon .1:3') p.m tAceora'dBtion 11:10 a.m
Oaily uxcept Sunday, t Daily.
Mall 5:55 a. tn. I M.iil 9:10 p. m.
EORGE H. LEACH, M. I).
Physician nnd Surgeon.
Special attention pal l to tliu Hornnop&'lilc trust
iiv ut of surgical 4li!-u, nod ilistt iHca of women
Office: On 14th atrent, ooiioflte "the Pout Office.
ST. LOUIS & 0AIK0n.lt.
TRAINS RUN Ad FOLLOWS.
OX AND AFTER MONDAY, OCrODKK S).
Exprcaa ami Mall leavoa Cairo. everv dav vxrent
Snmlay, at H:15 a m. Arriv.n at Knot St. Louis at
3:20 p. m Arrive at Cairo at 4::lfi p. in.
Accommniiution arrivva at u: iu a. iu. and da
part at 1 :(0 p. m.
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