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iNVAiiuat.r m Anyawn.
All Comniunlcaltont mould be a(ldreail to
K. A. liUHNKTT,
Publldher and i'ronrletor.
It was tlie of Paris. The Em
press Kujri'tiie liitd lU'il from tlio Tuiler
It's, the lVoviuc-iul Govtriinii'nt had
-boon orgniiizi'J under Trochu, Taris
w as in a state of wild alarm, and the
Prussian armies were steadily making
their way toward the city, inv'estingoue
poiut after the other, ami rapidly cut
ting oft" all communication between tho
beseiged citv and the surrounding
country. Winter was coming on: food
and fuel being scarce; business wns en
tirely suspended; tho boulevards were
filled with idle, aimless loungers, gaz
ing with sad and hungry eyes upon tho
long files of troops Unit marched before
Into the quiet and flri'toeratio pre
cincts of the Faubourg St. Honore the
rrim ghosts of famine and bloodshed
md not made their way, and the luxu
rious entresol of the fashionable hotel
where Ninon, the gay littlo Barronno
do Valcour, took her abode during the
gray Puriswn Winter, was all alight
with sunshine. Xinon was leaning
back in her cushioned fauteuilon with
the toes of her slippers extending tow
ard the lire, and W bead thrown back
wearilv, looking the wry personifica
tion of ennui.
- -Filine, you bother me. Go away."
Fifiue departf, but returns again in
the space of two minutes.
Madame, vk-i monsieur."
Madame turns her pretty little head
and takes a comprehensive glance at
the tall young oin?er in the garb of the
"The Prussians have not eaten you
up yet?" inquires Ninon with a yawn
that si io does not take the smallest
pains to conceal. '
"Not yet. Would it be a great source
of relief tn Madame if such an event
was to take place?"
"Don't vou care for ree at all Ninon?"
"Don" t be silly, my .child. Tell mo
what His Excellency General Trochu
is about, and when you propose to
stain that elegant uniform with Prus
"Poor ParisI" The voting officer
Bighed and shook his head.
"Paris is very nice all but the Prus
sians: and no one is giving any par
ties. That annoys me."
"Ninon, aio.yoii ns really heartlessas
"Jut about What do vou want me
"Tell mo vou love me, Ninon, just a
"But I don't."
The boyish lips trembled, and a great
wave of sorrow spread itself over the
fair, fresh countenance. Then he knelt
down by her side, and a single tear fell
on the little hand that he stooped to
"Ninon, Ninon, won't you love me?"
"You are a stupid boy," and you must
gr? away, or I shall never eat lnv break
Fast. You are a very nice boy, Ar
mand, but vou look as if you were go
ing to cry.'"
"Ninon!" the word sounded like a
en of pain.
Then he kissed her hand again and
turned to leave her.
"I shall not co'mo again, Ninon."
Madame de Barronne disfigured her
pretty lips with an incredulous little
moue, and tho door closed upon her
Paris in a state of siege a city of two
million inhabitants surrounded by the
force of u powerful enemy, and all sup
plies cut oil'! The streets were filled
with a gaunt and hungry crowd of des
perate men and despairing women.
The sounds of distress and mourning
began to make themselves henrd even
in the luxurious quarters of the Fau
bourg St, Honore, where Ninon de Val
cour wore out her days in wailing ovet
the dullness and dreariness of the gay
capital. The high price demanded foi
the necessaries of lite began to exhaust
even the princely De Valcour revenues.
The establishment must be reduced,
aud Baronness Ninon awoke out of hci
long dream of luxury and laziness to
face life for the first time seriously.
One among Ninon's friends was miss
ing. The boyish form of the young of
ficer, with his untarnishod uniform and
unused sword, appeared no moreamong
her guests. At first she smiled at liii
absence, then inseusibly she began tc
watch for his coming, and as the daye
passed one after another, Niuou grew
It was the evening of the 20th of No
vember. Ninon wa sitting alone, when
a quick, hurried tread sounded behind
the chair, and the planking of a sword
"Armand!" she exclaimed, as slip
turned and encountered the excited
glance of the young officer.
"Yes, Ninon! At last Paris i
aroused. To-nmrrow there will be e
grand sortie. With 100,000 men we
shall leave Paris, march upon Campig
ny On to Villiers. Ducrot has swoio
to re-enter Paris only victorious or dead.
I have come to say good-bye. Defort
to-morrow night Prussian bull or bayo
net may have quieted tho heart forevej
that loves you so passionatelv. Kiss
me, Ninon; and God bless you. '
Niuon lifted the brown hair from tin
fair young forehead; a moment her lipi
rested there, and sho murmured, "God
bless you, my Armand!" And then hi
pressed her passionately ngalust Lii
heart, nnd then left her.
In the morning tho troops were it
motion. With stem and set determina
tion they moved forward, looking
neither to the right or left, lest the sor
rowful faces of the women they lovec
should unnerve their hearts and mi
btctidy their nando.
At the head of the company rode Ar
mand de ltVliccii'ur. lie did not tun
his head, but tho hand that held tin
bridle rein shook its the heavy tread ol
his powerful horse bore him slowly oi
beyond the g:uu of the bright eyes thai
CAIRO RULLETIN: SATURDAY MOIWlfM, FEBRUARY 10, 1H3.
looked down upon him.
Quietlv Ninon watched him C"
steadily sho looked after his retreal.i..'
form. A soft mist clouded her flashing
eyes, and as the distance, hid him far
ther from her view sho murmured gent
ly, "Armand, God watch over thee!"
All day long , that terrible 80th of
November, the incessant roar of cannon
eclioed back into tho stillness of tho
city's streets. Paris held her breath in
anguish. Outside the walls the sicken
ing drama of battle, with all its horrid
accompaniments of tumult, noise and
bloodshed; inside the no less horrible
torture of suspense, as those left be
hind waited with blanched faces and
bated breath for news from tbe scene of
Among the foremost in the strife on
that terrible morning rode the bovish
officer, Armand de Roeheeeour. The
pure blood of his Norman ancestry
courses wildly through his veins to-day.
France is his'life, and he would give his
life for France.
Earlv in the afternoon Champigny
yielded to the passionate attack of the
trench troops. Amazed at their do
feat, the Germans fell back to recover
from their bewilderment produced by this
almsst their first reverse. Then, rally
ing from their surprise, reinforced by
fresh troops and protected by their bat
teries, they fell upon the French with
a sudden fun'. With a wild feeling,
half fury, half despair, Armand saw the
line give way. "Cowards!" he mut
tered below liis breath. Then turning
suddenly to his men, lie cried: "Cour
age! Wvill you go back to vour women
and tell them vou fied from Prussian
guns? On! on! Conquer or
Frenchmen!" Then turuinir. he rode
forward; but the terrified, panic strick
en men were deaf to his call, and suf
fered him to go alone. With his right
arm uplifted he rushed toward the
Ninon has listened all day to the
sound of that terriblo cannonading,
waited all night iu frightened suspense
for news from the scene of the battle-
for tidings from Armand de Eocheeteitr.
In the morning no word has come.
Dark circles have appeared under the
brown eyes, and their brilliancy is all
faded, gone out in that long night of
watching. Restlessly Ninon paces the
long salon. Finally a sudden impulse
seizes her, "I will go and find him."
She finds him at last. As 6he ap
proaches his bedside she trembles. Sho
looks upon the white bandages that lie
upon his head and shudders. Then she
speaks to him, and the glad smile that
Hits across his lips reassures her. His
single hand goes out to meet hers, and
he tries to speak. A warning gesture
from the nurse attracts Ninon's atten
tion, and she whispers: "Do not talk,
Armand; you must get well first."
From an old soldier who watched
over him Ninon learns the history of
the sortie. As she listens to the story
of how bravely the young soldier bore
himself on that dreadful day, there is a
look of newly found happiness in the
brown eyes. Suddenly they till with
tears, and her lips murmur" softly, "I
have found him the Prince."
The Sister of Charity comes and
whispers, gently and pityingly, "Mad
ame, be will be' blind.'
"Armand. my love! God helpyou!"
Then she lifts her tear-stained face,
lit up with its wonderful light of love
nnd pity, and looking at the sympathet
ic countenance of the poor sister, whim
pers, "lie shall see with my eyes."
The sister looks into the 'depth of the
lovely eyes raised to hers, nnd thinks,
"He "is iiot much to be pitied, the brave
Through long nights of fever and
days of weary 'restlessness Ninon
wa'tehed by her lover's side. Strength
returns to'tlie crippled body, but the
sorrowful eyes always wear that help
less, vacant expression peculiar to the
blind, nnd the strong, right arm is rep
resented only by an empty sleeve.
lie is not forbidden to speak now.and
one dav as he hears Ninon's footstep by
his bedside, and the soft rustle of he'r
dress -as she bends uvef" liim, he say s,
you ure always with me Ninon, are you
not? or do I dream it?"
"1 am always with you, Armand."
"What brings you llero?"
"Uecau.se I love you, dear.
"Love me?" but I am a cripple end
"Yes, Armand, your eyes and your
right arm you have given to FrtHieo.
ill you g'ive the rest to me,?"
"Ninon!" and the left arm, the only
tme be has, draws her quickly and pas
sionately to his side. Her soft breath
plays against his cheek, and as his lips
meet hers, she whispers, "Armand,
my Prince, I iovo you. " From tha
Where Education Was "first Carmd On.
To the Greeks we are indebted for
the earliest germ of tho university. It
was with them chiefly that education
took that gretit leap, the greatest ever
made, from tho traditional teachings of
the home, the shop, the social surround
ings to the school-master teuchlng
properly so called. Nowadays, we
schoolmasters think so much of our
selves, that, we do not make full allow
ance for that other teaching which was,
for unknown ages, the only teaching of
mankind. The Greeks were tho first to
introduce, not perhaps the primary
schoolmaster for the It's but certainly
the secondary or higher schoolmaster,
known as rhetorician or sophist, who
taught the higher professions: while
their philosophers or wise men intro
duced a kind of knowledge that gave
scope to the intellectual faculties,' with
or without professional applications;
tho very idea of our Faculty of Arts.
So self-asserting were these new-born
teachers of the sophist class, that Plato
thought it necessary to call attention to
the, good old perennial source of instruction-the
home, the trade, and the
society. He pointed out that the pre
tenders to teach virtue bv moral lectur
ing were as yet completely outrivaled
by tho influeuce of tho family nnd the
social pressure of the community. In
like manner the arts of life were all or
iginally handed down by apprentice
ship and imitation. The greatest states
men and generals of early times had
simply tho education of the actual
work. Philip of Maeedon could have
had no other tenchin'his creator son
was the first of the line to receive what
we may call a liberal or a general edu
unllon, under the educator of nil Ku
ropiv -VocMor Akrmvkr mm, in
Popular science Monthly for February.
Haiti. k Cheek, Micii., Jin. 8l, 1870.
Gicnilkmkn riuvinif bieiufil cted for a
uumlitr ol yews with iuiliii'tiou ana gen
urnl debility, by the Hclvicu of my dorter I
used Hop Bitters, and must say they Mfford
ed me nlmont instnnt relief. I am glad to
bo able to testily in their lichtilf.
Tims. G. Knox.
Politeness' in Sweden,
The Swedish men and gentlemen are,
as a rule, singularly handsome, and po
lite in the extreme. A peasant of the
lowest order never passes a fellow-peasant
without a polite lifting of the lint.
It matters not whether they meet in the
highway or tho tield; in tint midst of all
their hurry and toil this mark of defer
ence one for the other Is never forgot
ten. 1 remember very well when Miss
Thursby was in Gothenburg last winter,
as she stood at my window, which com
mands a view of the entire length of tho
principal street in the city, her musical
faugh us she stood watching the crowds
coming and going, and her calling to
me, to "come and seo this!" I stepped
to the window and asked her what she
had seen which so excited her risibili
ties. "Why," said she, "see thoe peasants
in blouses walking in the middle of tho
street, taking off their hats to each
"Yes," I answered, "that is nothing
unusual; it is tho custom of the coun
try." She could scarcely believe it more
than nn affectation, but when, shortly
after, she found that the custom was
fast rpotcd iu genuine politeness she
protested her admiration of ami warm
liking for it.
A man with a cure for the hog
cholera would at, anytime receive a
greater ovation in Indiana and Illinois
than the President of the United States.
How to Avoid PrunkennesH.
Forbid iutojtienting nostrums and use
Punter's Ginger Tonic iu your family. Tin
delicious rerae'ty never intoxicates, is a true
blood and bruin food, and aiding all the
vital functiots never fails to invigorate.
bucKien h Armea salve
The Bt st ShIvo In the world for Cuts.
I'.ruifes, S'ires, Ulcers, Salt Kheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Ihnds, Chilblains.
Corns, nnd all Skin Eruptions, aud positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to trive per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
21 cents per box. For sle by Gk.o. E
Fou Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Depression
of Spn its nnd General Debility, in their
various forms; also as a preventive against
Fever and Aaue, nd other Iuterniitteoi
Ft-vi-rs, the ''Ferro-Phospirnted Elixir of
Culissyti," made by C-iswell, Hhz lrd & Cc,
New York, ami sdl by all Druggists, is the
best tonic; and fr patients recovering from
Fever or other sickness, it ha no equal. (1)
Scrofula of thirty yetirs' standing bus
been cured l y"I)r. L'mlsiy's Blood Search
er." Sold by all drugi; ss.
The man wh ) knows nothiog of Mrs.
Lydin E. Piuklmm ncd her sovereign reme
dy t'i-r woim n is wanted f"r a juryman.
The net clearly proves thnt he dees not
read the renders. N. II. Register.
fFetliers, ribbons, velvet can all
be cloreil t:i match that new list by usii g
the Diamond Dyes. Diugists sill any
color for 10 cts.
Shih h's Vitslizer s what you need for Con
stimtion. Loss of Appetite, D'zzines and
all symptoms of Dtpeisin. Price 10 nnd
7.3 cents per bottle. Paul G. Schuh,
The best and cheapest car starter is
sold bv B irden, Sedeck & Co., Sr. Louis,
Mo. With it oue man can move a loaded
Advice to Mothers.
Ate you disturbed at night and brokca
of your rest by a sick child suffering aud
crying with paiu of cutting tcethK If so,
send nt once and net a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve tho poor little uulf.-ror immod-
i'ltcly. Depend upon ir, mothers, there is
noniistuke about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhcei, regulates the stomach and bowel-,
cures wind c ti ic, softens tho gums, re
duces inflammation, snd gives tone and
enerjrv to the whole system. Mrs. Wins-
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, snd is tho prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians nnd nurses in tho United States,
and is for sale by dl I druggists throughout
tue world. Price 2o cents a bottle.
Ji;ucs Sewogel, 819 Rebecca St , Chica
go, III., says: "Brown's Iron Bitters re
stored my strength wIjhii sufforiDg from
Highest Prize Port Wine.
The best wine in the country, that took
the highest premium at the Centennial, is
Sp-jer B Port Grnpo Wine, wh'ch has be
come the moht celebrated product of New
Jersey. This wine aud his P. J. Brandy
are now Oeing used by physicians every
where, who re'y upon them os being tho
purest to be had. It is unsurpassed for
weakly Tematcs, and old people. Used by
the Fifth Avenue Society as an evening so
cial wine. For Sale by Pacl- G Scncu.
Croup, Wh-oping Cough and BronchitiB
immediately relieved by ShilohV Cure.
Paul G. Schuh. agent. ' (8)
Dn. Kr.r.NK's Giikat Nicrvb Rbstoreh is
the maivel of the ago for all nerve diseases.
All fits stopped free. Sepd to 01 Arch
street. Pliiladeloia. Pa.
WE will pnv lh rrwsrr) nr snf ritil ol Llrt r CimpltlDt'
D),iinl, Mik Mi-sil-v i,i.liij.liin, friti.tiriisl Ion or Collt.iii,
wi .annul enrs wii Win'i V. j.ul.l. I.i.i r I ill, olirn lln dirre.
tion, sr. nrlilly compM mm. lUivnr, iurly KtnM., and
n.vvrfsll lo plvt Mii.fsitlcin, I'ncsr e..tu,d. I.i,m Uiih, run
Uiuluil u illl,IIJ i-rnti, r'"r lv nl ilrn?lil. Ikwiri ol
comiwrf, In and Irullailun,.' Tin pwiM,ia maiiiirVuliirtil only t
JOHN V. WEST I (., 11 liJ W. llwlluin St., cU,a.
Frat irial uailup ivnl ly wail (irvja i on r..i..luf aa.ajiiiiamji.
fjealth is Wealth !
Dn K. C. West's Nnnvn Axn PnAis Tiifat.
ME.nt, a RiinmtoMl snwifio fur liyntt-ria, Dizzi.
noria, Cmivulhiona, Vita, Nurvona Ncnrnlcin,
Ilnauanhe.NeryoiH Proftnttiun caused by t lis line
of alcohol ortolmeoo, Wnkofiilnoaa. Menial Do
prneioii, HoftpniuH of tho Jlrnin rcbiillmi? in in
aanity anil leading to nii .ery, ikr-ity mid death,
l'romaturo Old Atrii, HnrrenmDg, Loaa of power
in either aox. Involuntary lxitk-oa mid Kpermat
orrha'tt cuuaed liyuvcr-vxertinn of tlio bruin, self
abuaeor ovor-iniliikoncu. Kiu-li box rnrituini
one month's treatment, f l.nu a bx.or it box!
fortj.OU.Hont bynuiil preimidou lecuipt of pneo,
is Aii.ivrr.i: mx hoi:s
To euro any cub". Willi each order nvoiyod bym
for six boxen, ai-cmiipuiiied wch $i.HO, we will
end ths puri-lmaer our written tfimranU'O to Ye.
fund tho money if the treulirmnt duos uotelluct
a cure, tiuarniitens mtiied only by
IIAKRY W. 8CIIU1I,
Dmiiilsl, I'nr. Com mete lal av . & Irjiu at , Cairo.
Itead and Circulate.
The Illinois Central R.li-Co.
V, Ill tell any rf l' r-'nialnlue Iimrt" at one inl
lur per rr 'ft ihar the propout pr,c-a. from this
timrtintn tue nr-tciiyur u tower, iss. Allar
thnt list too prem-nt pre o- will te rrrUori-il. A I
who rtDHlri' t' tiiircha-v ftiuuld ava l tha.ua bet of
lull llbor.tl ofli r M urn ). J. I'AUUY,
Land Coiumi.no, ir
Foi particular" Inquire of
M. KASTERn Y & C '..
A'ls, for 1 ('. H. H. I.anus,
ARE OF EVERY DAY OCCURRENCE
Not BIN'jLE JNSTANCR ON ItErolil) In the
lal . 5 jeura nhtrc oi.o f
Ilaa bicn broken open by bu'il:ira and rnhhed.
Hall's Standard Patent Fire-Proof
Have NEVKU FAILED to
PJlESHtVE their COX
TEXTS . AGAINST
It l awi-r-Vn evn fact 'hi' tir' la XOS AFK
maitc in the mirrl I " I' (i l I; s A S tillt T bt
I.LKIIY A& UK II U, .- S A r K .
They alay prot ct tnelr routi-n'a
Persons liiivintr Valuables shouHl not
he without a Hall's nfi.
Hall's Safe & Lock Co.
JOSKPII Lj. IIVL,U President.
CIXCISNATI, NEW YORK. CHICAGO,
LoUISVIbt.E, SAN FKVNC'MCO,
ST. lOL'IS, CLEVELAND.
617 St. Charlos Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A rST"lar Grmlnnr of two medlral
ivillpirt-a, hn ti"''ii I'.iiii'T ,;iiKas.--J In the tn-at-mfnt
of Chronif. Norvoua, u-ltiri nnd
Illood Dlm-awa thnn anv other rhyslrlan In
St, Lou la, an cltv rmn. ri Lw anil nil old rm
denla know. C6nult illi)n ..t oitb-p or by mall,
free and Invited. A friendly talk or his oplnlr.n
cownolhln. When II lsliicniivi'nciittovllt
the city .or treatment, inedlrlncs ran bewnt
by mall or exnp's i,vervwn-re. 'nralile ca'ei
guaraiiteeil; where doubt exists UUfraukly
taled. Call Of Write.
IfTvnns rrostratioo. Dnl)ilify, Montal and
Physical Weakm-ss, Mercurial ami cthir
affoetlons of Throiit, Skin and Bones, Blood
Imparities and Elood r-otgoniny, SkinAlfeo
tlons, Old Sores tti Ulnrrs, Impotl'inflnU to
Marriaga, Rhpumatl.'m, Files. SpsoiU
attention to ows from ovnr-woi'kpd brain.
SUSCICAI. CASES receive special attenUnn.
DUeases arising from Irarru Innnna.ExosMW,
Indulganjjs or Expoanma.
It U r-lf.cvldr"it thnt a physlrlfin paylnB
partiRiilar attention to aclan ol'oasea atlalin
great nUIIi. and phvtlrlana In resiular prartlye
all over the ooiinlrv loiov. lnit till, frrqin'iiuy
recommend cmi'ito the oMesi i,tlli In America,
where every known aiillaiir la rfsorled to,
and the provi-d woml ic tii-rli" ol all
anon and count rial are mod. A whole house la
ni.ed forolllee piirpoiea, nml nil are trented with
aklll In a res tl'iil mioiner! ami, knowing
wbut to do. iioeAiiei'lim iiti me niiule. On ac
count of I ho frrent miml r iinplylnit. tha
charires are kept low. oiien !o-er than la
demanded bv olliers If vou aeciu-e the akl'l
and net a spce'lj and peileet llf cure. Ihn 1
the luipoi tiint niHtter, 1'aniplili't, M page,
cut to any iddrusa ficc.
pfflEs. ! MARRIAGE GUIDE. I ?&
Eleunnt cloth and s-ilt hlnitlDB. Feiiled for W
eenlH In poalaKH or carrency. Over tllty won
nermi pen pletuvCH, O ne to life arilcleson the
following siiPp-eis. S lio may marry, who nut;
why I'roper am- triiiuu i v. Who inuiry llrt.
lanhnnd. Womanhood, J'hy-li'al decay. Who
should imiri v. Huwllfe and liiipidnpnaiiiay ho
increased, Tlioke iiNin ltd or comminuting
Isarrvlnir ahould reud 11. It onuht tone read
ny all adult pcvnn i, then kept iindar lock ana
key. , l'npulni' edition, snnie rvuhnve, hut paper
eover and HuU puije, 2fiCul Dy luuil, Iu numcy
tN.TMOT.iON, la ntiontilvo ooro roenll Ulanharsrea,
Mnalnp, Biiiarliiisi h,hI 1'njnf'il Benaiiimtia 01 ton
OJsUO, VlasuHt suusuoa Uilanaper. nsk
mayor V. H. Thiitlcwmxl.
'. ruurir T J. KrtU.
Clerk-lHni,l. J, Koley.
t'i)unolor--VV'in. It. Ulluerl.
.Mnrslitil 1. H. M7ra.
ttormiy William iieutirtca.
aoAHi or iiiUkhkxo
frt Ward Will, Mcllalu. T. M. KlnihrnUKtt.
ttonmd Ward-J'-u llmkle, ( N. Iluuhi.
Vhlrd Ward H. K, Blake, John Wood,
fourth Ward t'harlv). ratler, Adoieb 8wo-
b 'la. .. ,
fifth Ward T. W. lirtiiaay. arni- o. runs.
i'1'ctill ilmiise l). J. Uiki-r
Circuit Clerk A. li. Irviu. ,
Culling Juditu It. Yuciim,
CouiiCy Cli ra S, J. Unmm
County Attof,ny J. M. Uainron.
i;uiiuiTrt!aMirur Mllua W. Park.
(..uouur It. Fltatfi rald .
l .Hi.ila l'n,nmi iinum T. W. Halllllny, -I. A
sllilis and I'utnr Saup,
CAlROHAPrisr.-'-'ornor routB ano rupiar
J atrcetaj pruanttlniC Aral and third undaya In
aca montu, 11 a. iu. and7.fi . in prayer moei
iiir Tliuraday, 1:W. m ; Similar ach'iol, ::i a.m
litVirt,-,. . u - J i-i,,..
tlltHCU or TUB KIUb"KMK-tSila,!otia')
. l-'o'jrtaautd trat; riuuday ?:wa in., Holy
I'Knariai ; a ; m.. oiiuT ,..1.1,
rfornlnR I'layeM-, SW 1,. m., Bvantti IVaera. K.
. , ..... - U l. . .hn..l t II Ihl lit
'. liaiauport, o. 1. n. nan hi.
LMItHT M18SIONAHV BAFTIHT ClIUUCll
" rreacbluu at 10:ltn a. n.., 3 p. ru and 7:Vi p. in.
a,hatb achwil at 7:Sh p. m Rev. V. J. .hi,r,
(I rilEKAN-TblrUienth aneet; u-T'iea Sale
a bath 1:30 a. ro ; tSniinay achwil P m. R
MHTHOUIHT Cor. Eiainth and Waluut Hreoia,
freachlng Sahhatn ll;. ui. and 7:10 p. m.
noday rl- boul ai d:otl . m. Hv. i, A. .Ncarreu,
P a or.
nHESBVTEKlAN -Klghth eueet: poacaliir. 011
Satibath at 1I:"0 a. 01. and 7:!lp. m.; prover
aeWuf Wednaaday at 7:Sip. m j sandaf m;Uol
it l) p.m. Kbv H Y. Oenre, paatur.
1 .liisKMl 8 iltoiiiaii t'aieoilci :oriir c'roaa
"5 a'd Walnut att-la; -i't(.'l Halbath 0:ila.
. SnndaT Sihool at ?p m.-, Ven r 1 ft m.: ler
Kt? every'day at S a, m Put. O'lUra, I'nef-t.
PATRICK'! (Roman Catholic) Ororr N'ltith
5 aireet and Waahtnipon avaune; rv'coe Sab
ath S and l' a. m.j Veapora 3 p. m.; Holiday School
. i. m. aurvloee avary day at K a m. Ie. Miwbrauu
K. K. TIME CARD ATCAIIW
ILLINOIS CBSITKAL K. K.
Tiursa nai-airr. Tiiaaa kbivi.
-Mali :05a.ni j tMal". 4:16 a.m
Accoiu'daliou.llHila.m r.j.trua 11:10a. a
Krpreat 3:5l p m I Accnmdtlon..4:tt P 'O
C. iT. L.AN. 0. R. It. Ja.'k'in rtmte).
V7tl 4:4Sa.in I tMall .. 1:3)p ru
Krproof 10nh1 m tExpnn !():. ro
1 Ac'iiKxUtloU i 'J'p.m 1
8T. L. f. R. R. (Narrow Mange 1
Kxpret 8MB a.m 1 eKxpr. 4-:Wp.m
'Accum'datton. t-.onp.rq j Arcoia'datloL II ;Ui a m
ST.L . I M ti. It. It
Kxpreaa 10:30p.rn tExpreae - ?:' 0 0
WAtt.VII, 8T. MICH Pt-IFIC K V CO.
M.ll Ki .... :ivm I 'Mail A Kx.... 'A mo
ecom'dtlin 1:0 1 p.ru I .ccrvn'Unt!on I i.H 1 a.'n
Fteiiriit 7:1'S a m. Kn-luht .. -... 1 p.m.
Ui ly except Sunday, t Daily.
MOBILE A Oil to 11 K
.J:Us,ni, I Mail
...1:10 p. m.
vjT. LOUIS & CAIRO It. U.
TRAINS RUN AH FOLLOWS
ol aXDArTBt voSDr, ucroaxa 21.
Rxpreaaand M til leave Cairo. ver dsv excepi
Sn-iclay, at 8:15 a m. Arrive at F.uat St. LouU at
11:40 p. u rtrrivua ai - i i' v
Accommodation arrlvea at 11:40 a. ro. and de
nata at 1 ii lent.
LLIN01S CEXTKAL 11. II.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The On.lv Linci Hunninj;
Makino Diuect Connkotion
I'M... C: m.MM1,
trrirlnirln 1 . LouU :45 a.m. : CblcKo,M:Hl p.m. ;
CoutiBCt t at Odlu aud Ktllusrhaiu for Olncln
lati, I. nvtlle. ludlanapolta and p.dnta Int.
11:1 1 iv.m. 8t. laovii ami Vtntrn
rrlvlnu in St Loul:u9 p. m,, and eoonc.tini
for ail pointi Went.
3:5U pan. JTrwit Expveea.
Farht. L'"'a ami fhtcairo. arrivicR- at 8t Loul
to '.) p . oi., and Chicago 7:' a m
a:f" p m. Oinorrmti JfiXprM.
irrivluc al Clncl-oatl 7M a.m.; Louiafllle 6:
a nj.i ludlanapolta 4:(A a.m. PaaaooKtira hy
thia truln reach tha above, point- IW to 3
HOl'Rrl to advance of auy other route.
liTh:M P- m- eproaa has PULLMAN
LKEPHOCAB Cairo to Cincinnati, wlthoit
hanKea, and 'hrouicb ileeperelo Ht. tonla and
Fast Time Ea.t. ;
j ilSSClltXClS crn potnte without any delay
anaed by Hiiuday Interyenlna. The Saturday after
r.n" n train from Cairo arHvean new Yo-k Monday
nnrnliiR at 10:34. TUIrty-alJ houralu advance ot
FlVthwi'rfl, ticket, and further Information,
ipVtr at I.lluole A.
A. U. II AN SON, Oen. P. Airent. Chlcano
JJEW FISU AND OYSTSK I) SPOT.
nayliiaoow patferlot my arratiiomouta to
aitpply thetndu with
OYSTERS A N D FISH,
I Can Now Offer a Follows: Oystera
Taken From tho Shell Hero Freah
a From tlio Gulf.
Bavon Cook. , J P(,r.."W
" Salnot ' ...
' Baalno -,.
Ovatnra In bulk " .,
Oyatora atandarda tn can. "
Rod Snapper - v,el KT.
Croklua u 1, .
Snoop Head, 40
UHlUsl, DISCOUNT TOT lid! I t.-Jh-
A week made at home by 'ha tarlti.
trloni. Jleet numueoa now liefi re the
ubilc. capilttl not neciion. nu
.III .. .... Main M-nmi.n hnu.
and tilrlx wanted evervwhe n 'o work
.. V 1.. ,lin .l,,,i V., It ....
lor 11a. n,w tow .,imw. -m. ,
work tn apr-e time, or etvo your whole time to tlio
l.na tin-a. No other bit-lne-i will par you nearly
Iaawull Noorecaol'alltotnako enormoiu pay,
by eniraKeliiuat once. Coaily oinntand tirm frea
Money made fast, eaally, and hooorahly. Addreta
TKUK CO., Auguata. mama
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