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. Wl'MT'il Nuivit anii I'.iium TnriT.
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nimn, ( iiiivuImioiik, n, Ni'ivmiii NiMimlcia,
lltvidiirlio, Ncrvnnn I'ro'irnlinii ranwd li tlic nm
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nHi(iii, Kfifli'iuiiK nf thn Drain ri'Mulhtiu; In m
niiiiy iim'I li'h'hlitf to ini'ry. di i ny ttix 1 l-ni'i.
I'n-imituro Did Airs JliirMineaa, Lmn of puwr
In i'iilir Hex, ItiviilimtJiry Ikjusi-" nnl Hpi'iniat.
orrhii'a cjui"1 hyovnr-tmiirtion (if llmliruin.twlf.
ahuwur nv(ir.iti(luUrmcu. l'Vh boi oonUilm
imn mi'ijtli'a iroHtni'MiU f lx,nr l txixoa
fur i.vr.wiiil f nihil t'n'imnlon n.f'iM of prica,
MV, t.l AltWTl r. KI IIOKKM
Tci cnn nn y caim. With iwli imlnr l('lvy liynp
fur nt ,ir. vimiaiii'( with ''J". wo will
imiiil t)i piin liawronr wrilii'ii hiimiuhU'O to m.
fnnil tljfi nullify if tlix tii'Miiii"iil iloi'DIiiittillixit
a cum. (lUMrauliHit januiil onlyljy
JIAHIIY W. SOIJU1I,
itr igg'nl, C'ir. t'ommcrrlni nvc, A loth at., Cairo,
-flliiilW 1 NrwVt T R t AT M t' NT' j
The Oountaut Ilfiart.
Ss Me sonjre t out of tchnon
Vhen liinlea and lover ninte,
Wlinn aoule to soiilo limit naye iiwototoll
And fiito ho Joyneii with fat:
Saddn aninr and wofull ihoiiftht oontrole
Thin ooiiNtuiit hnnrt of mviio,
And make ncwe love a Irt-Hhon
lrnto my VHlentine. '
How shall my wan llppj tutor
Their Kiinininnt t4i tint doildn,
Where nowe ropcate the pinmlse iwet,
8o farre my love bath tlodd i
Myonlylovol What muxioke flout
Hhnll cmfwo the wmIIk tluit barrtia?
To earthethe burthen mutter,
Or aliif-v it to the titarrs,
rcrohnnco he dwelloa a splrlte
In lieautye undoBtmjed
Where brightest atarm are closely aett
Farre out heyoinle the voyii;
If Miriart be risen yet
Her looko will hither turne,
I knowe tlnir nhe will hcaro it
And all my trewe heart learne.
But if no retmrroctlon
If one o fayre must bide tier there
Until the tnimpe eliull blows,
Nnthlesse ahull Love outvftt Desuaire,
(WhllKt eoiiMMnt honrt la tnvnei
And, robbed of her perfection,
Be faithful! to br ulirliic
At this bl-tho seavm bending
He whimper to the clodde,
To the chill irraHV where shaddowa pasae
And lciitiUe branolici noddej
There keep niv waicho mid crj e Alas
That Love may not foriret.
That Jove iiiui-t have swifte endiiur
And Life be lnirjfnnl yet
-Edmund Clarence Stedman in Century.
Tbere wero two letters lyin on the
table when AcU'laulo Van Vvck nnd her
moiner reuirneu lrom tboir afternoon
inatiooKS liKean invitation," ro
niarked Mrs. Van Wuk Hi Adelaide op-
pneu a bijuure envelope or heavy cream
It is a dinner party attlieChichester's
How I wish it were possible to Accept?"
"Wliv nnjiossib le lnnuired Mn
fcimply because I haven t a thinr to
wear, and have no money to buv any
thing," answered her daughter with an
impatient accent. '-I wish to hearen
we were Smiths, or Brown, or anvthinc
but Van Wycks. or else that we had the
means to he antveks decently. I
loathe genteel poverty.
my dear.' said :,lr. an Wvck. sn-
renely aroidino; the last issue, "micht
nu ymr j:oiiiir oe manapeti hyean t
vou wear the mauve silk?''
Because the front breadth is hone-.
lessly ruined by ice-cream stains even
if I were not known by it already, And
if I could wear it, where are my cloves
and shoes to come from? You see the
stat of my portmonnaie! She flung the
poor little empty tmrse down on the
table, and then walked over to the win
dow, though she could hardly have ex
pected to find consolation in the emi
nently proper and monotonous view of
bric k houses across the way. She knew
the state of the family finances much
bet'or than did her mother. In fact
since her father 8 death, nearly five
ears ago, '! -'-nd taken the manaare-
inent of b Hairs into her own hands.
Mrs. Van YTvck calmly expected to be
taken care of. She elwavs had been.
and ki she fell into the way of leavintr
everytliino- to Adelaide, as she had left
everuhinjf to Adelaide's father. The
girl ci i her net. o ono knew how
many ai.xious hours she spent in plan
tain': ways and means, in balancing ac
count, and in tiiii'.' to keep the "bills
f !' .13 "the butcher, the baker, and the
oandlo.-tii.-k-maW' within the narrow
limits of their quarterly income.. There
was very litt'e .surplus" for new dresses
to say nothing of car-fares and post-B-rc-starcps!
They were Van Wycks,
to'o, es she ihdi'inntly complained
(though in truth she was rather proud
of the f.ict), and as such, had a certain
oocial position to maintain. Invitations
came t.i!l for d.inccs, dinners, recep
tions, .sometimes they were accepted,
and at cither times if regrets were sent,
no OL,e knew that poverty was the
Lati'Iy, however, it had occurred to
her that she might turn one of her tal
ent s to account. "It is the craze now
n.lays." !.? said to her mother; "why
should not I decorate thincrs aB well ai
anybody eke?" And her mother said,
"Certainly, my dear," as she would
have assented to any proposition Ade
laide could make. ' So with a queer
mixture of hope and fear she had paint
ed her quaint and artistic little designs
upon a do7,en pale-tinted satin cards and
sent t hem down to Tltl'nny.
"Why don't vou open Vour other let
ter?" aikedMrs. Van Wyck.
Adelaide turned slowly. She was dis
appointed sUi was human she was a
girl, and she liked to have pood times,
and pretty dresses, and attention just as
well as any other girl. It was pretty
hard to be forever hampered by such
")h:M she exclaimed, with a change
of accent, "it is from Titl'any, and ves,
actually! they enclose a check for twelve
dollars, nnd mpicst me to send them
other cards aH good. Hoop la.! mother
ling - our daughter is of some account
in the world alter all."
"I never dotlhted that, tnv dour? bur
I certainlv am triad vou were so wiiece,.
"Well, I always have thought I could
get up prettier and more artistic menu
canlB than any I have vet seen even
at the Stun-es'ant and ('IdiilioHtortMhl...
-but I hardly thought 1 should find
any ono to bear me out in that bit of
"Can't you tro to the. ( Ihiclioutors
now?" asked Mrs. Van Wvck.
Buy an eveninir dress' with tunlva
dollars?-' bun-hod 1 icr dilllo-liter "T
don't know morn unlikely things tlmn
that have come to pass, ('iood-bye, I'm
Up-stairs she run, singing blitWy as
she went. " '!.. V(nir )(pK,e y)un
!,liT,lmm tVOm" '"" hhie'-otily I
thluk it will have to he a bodice mauve
again. Let us so,.," n, .u pulled down
Ihe garment that had fallen tinder con
tlemnation so short a time before
".stained it is-,,nd that waist always
was horrid, but I beli( V(, t, dress has
po-H.bil.ties still. With threo yards of
velvet, I can make a new basmio cut
quare at the throat, nnd with Mm old
point lace (I won't ahtmp my Van Wvck
ancexiors fii'aln -thev l-..,..' i t.....
lace of n ver ty!) wired Into shape, what
more could 1 wuniP Then these skirtM
the train must come off, and ti,nt
give me niaterial to (reMien the trim
ming In place And the Mains-why,
of t-.tirsM what a goose I was nut to
think of It befi.r..-I ll have a pHinted
from. Lola and lota of purple uman
lu enrj direeuon, and a big buttertljto
CAIHO BULLETIN: WKOKKSDAY MORM.V'i, FKBRUAKV 14, l(fS8.
cover this tdhest-tm spot. What
Diesaing it is tnar eicteriv iarties enn
wear their black eilks ami black lacea
over and over again nnd nobody expects
tiiem to make much clmngo. Matninn
toilet being in order, I can buy my vil
vet with a clear conscience, aud still
have enough money left for gloves and
slippers. Blessings on menu cards! I
did want to go this time, because and
becauso" she smiled a happy little
smile as she bent over tho nifties she was
"o ono would ever dream, that was
an old dress." Mrs. Van Wyck sur
veyed ner aungntor critically, "l don
know how you have manageil it, but you
are quite as well dressed as any one Vou
will meet to-night unless LiljC hiclui
makes a new departure."
"Trust Lily for recoguizing 'Adelaide
vanWyck's everlasting lilac silk.' I
don't care though; it docs look well ani;
Becoming it was, certainly. Even
Lily was oblirid to confess it was an
exquisite' toilet, eastinr a dis.;atisfi
glance at her own lace and gat hi draper
ies, ami wondering why it-wns that Ad
elaide Vnn Wvck s dresses alwavs had
such an air. More than one pair of eyes
ioiiowed tue sicnotr, graceful tigurc ad
miringlv that eyenin"-, with hall-uncou
Bcious appreciation of the charm of face
and manner that rendered her so at
tractive. She made a pretty picture,
ihorp estlake tliotigut, as toeir host
ess led him toward her. The bhue ot
liirht from the char.delier overhead dis
covered no blemish in the dear, soft
complexion, as fair and creamy as ono
of the toa-rot.es that clustered among
the pnr.-io-i at her throat. It was not
the first time he bad been conscious of a
welcoming gleam in the great dark eves
that were now raised to meet his, but
he had never before realized how kern
was the thrill of answeriiiL' picture.
He had met Miss Van Wck in fociety
again and again, had danced with her,
and talked with nnd helped to.w. ll her
collections of German favors, vet some
how he had known very little of her,
after all. She was in his eve ono of the
prettiest of all the soei';tv eiri-. midline
of the best dressed (to mas -uline eves),
therefore an initios. ibiliiv to a voui.e
lawyer who bad still to make hi
tation. He would have il'-nicl
laugh at the absurdity of the idea, a
thought of being in love with her: vet
as he sat bv her sidu at the dianer-ialde
that night he found himself wondorin:.'
what it would be like to have his own
home, with such a eraeious. grace
ful woman as Adelaide Van Wyck to
preside over it.
ihese wandering thought; made lutn
for the nonce a rather silent ci'iiipsnioii
and the young lady by his side ni'.-bt
have missed the ready persillaje and
quick renartee which was wont to char
acterize his conversation, if she-had not
been occupied in btudyino- out tho d"
sign of the menu card which lav before
It was a pretty trille, nnd a ouaiut
conceit. The sheeny pale-tinted satin
made an exquisite background for a
graceful, white-robed, girlish figure that
leaned against what seemed to he a fence
wreathed with vines. Closer examina
tion, however, discovered the fact that
the fence was in reality a representation
of a line of musio. the treble clef sign
being twisted around a gate post, and
every vine-leaf standing for a musical
Clever, is it not?" a-;ked Mr. West-
lake, recalling his wandering thoughts.
"Mine must oe tho companion, it's on
the same order," and he held up one
similar in design, but with the girlish
figure supplemented by a mnsculino
companion. "How pretty they make
these things uowadavs.
Yes," assented Miss Van Wvck sim
I his music must stand for some
thing," he continued, "but I can't make
much out of these bass chords; perhaps
yours is clearer. Oh! I see now! It is
the opening strain of Mendlossohn's
Wedding March. Well I wonder what
manner of brain it might be that con
ceived such an idea, and carried it out
so charmingly. Don't you sometimc
fool a curiosity, Miss an W vck, -concerning
the people who do things?"
"Us, murmured Miss v an Wyck
Bgain, feeling excesiively foolish, and
wondering at the curious chapter ol
coincidences. "Suppose ho knew," she
thought, "that I painted thefh myself,
and that if I hiuln t sold tbutn I couldn't
have come here to-night -and oh! what
ever pusressrd Mrs. Chichester to pick
out those, two particular cards for Thorp
Westlake ami me? Who would have
thought of her Selecting them from all
TiO';:iiy's stock, anyhow?"
"Thi is a decorative age," said Mr.
Wcstlsku with the Rir of one who makes
a profound statement. "One can't help
speculating as to what it will occur to
the mind of mini or should I say wo
man? to decorate next." As he spoke,
his glance rested on Adelaide's pitnsies
"I paintud them myself," said she in
consequently. Hushing up the next min
ute as she thought how abrupt and uncalled-for
the statement might seem to
"Hid you? I had no idea you possess
ed such n charming accomplishment
In fact, I have always thought of you as
one of tho lilies of the field. It seemed
as if you had to take no more thought
as to how von should be arrayed than
"How little men know of ns," she ex
"What we know is very attractive,"
he answered with n smile".
"That goes without saying, consider
ing the si (nation. Vou ' think us dolls
to bo pleased with compliments ns a
child Is wiili sugar pluiusj to be dresnod
by reason of n father and n dres-tnaker;
puppets who dance nt n'rht. and daw
dle through the days in elegant idleness.
Who dreams that'll society girl may bo
an en ire r, earnest woman," with a daily
round of hones nnd fears and nnrcletlo-j?'
Miss Van Wyck spoke with a sudden
vehemence which surprised herself quite
as much ns her companion.
"I think you do us injustice," lm re
plied gravely; "we are not. all Inciiprvblo
rf appreciating true womanliness, but
you must confess that (he dresses, tho
dancing, rih the compliments ,l)t. tho
materials of which the sociely falirlc Is
"Why should It be?" ahe ileinanded;
"of what good is nu Institution so lm
syP" "Oh, if you come to the mi bono ques
tion In such a mood, you will Imi'dly he
uoutent wllhthe pro bono jmhliro' nil
awcr. It ii u. well wnjctime .Imply
to accept tho existing order ot things.
At present it is for you to take- such en
ioymeut from the evening as it affords;
for me, though I fear my part is a fail
ure, to entertain you; it was for others
to work to-night that we may play. Tho
cook has flavored the soups, the confec
tioner prepared tho ices, the florist has
contributed flowers, and somebody has
painted charming menu cards, why
shouldn't we enjoy it all? 'Let us eat,
drink, nnd be merry, for to-morrow wo
"Does it strike you that wo have been
indulging in very unusual table-talk P"
inquired Miss Van Wvck suddenly.
"Why did wo do it? You observe my
conversation is largely composed of in
terrogation points to-night.
"The menu cards did it, I think; and
no wonder, they are too suggestive to be
passed over in silence."
Miss Van Wyck sun-eyed her card for
a moment, then lifted her long, fringed
eye-lashes slowly. "I think, she said
deliberately, "I think I mean to surpriso
you by a confidence."
"You would honor me," ho answered
meeting her look with a grave earnest
ness which reassured her.
"You say you feci n curiosity concern
ing the peojde wdio do tilings see
here," she pointed to three tiny letters
in one corner of the enrd, twisted into
an almost undecipherable mono-ram.
"A. V. W. stands for Adelaide Vau
"Is it possible that it is your work?"
he exclaimed with unfeigned interest.
"Yes," she replied, bent upon finish
ing her surprise, "it is the only way I
know of by w hich I can earn money; so
you sec I am not ono of the 'lilies o'f tho
field who toil not.' "
"I sou more than that." said Thorn
Westlake, with a look under which the
lonur dark lash
lies drooped again,
tell me? ' she asked soft-
Snnie other time if you will let
Did you know that Adelaide Van
Wu k was going to inarrv Thorp West
lake?" ' '
T had heard no formal announeu
uient of the fact." answered Miss Chi-che-tcr,
"but afier the way she flirted
with h'in at our house une' night, I am
not surprised. I shall tell mamma the
menu cards did it."
"How was that?" inquired her friend.
"Why, it was a rather elever little set.
arranged in pairs, vou know hits of
music cut in half. The treble clef card
for the lady and tiie corresponding bass
lor her partner. Adelaide happened to
get a bit of the edding March, and of
course Mr. Westlake tell heir to the
companion curd. They found theircard
so Mgniticant that Mr. Westlake took
pos -e?.-,iou ol the pair, for I awhiuiosk
"And since then ho ha a.-ked for and
received even more," laughed tho other
young lady. "May they he happy!
Jiilativ has bongut much more of Miss
Vn Wvck's daintv handiwork since
that first set of nieiiii cards; she cava
they were her silver luck-penny, but no
one knot's the saury of the card as ii In
known V) the two fur whom the Wed
ding Man h means a triumphal entry
into the enchanted land of Imu and hap-
p.iiess. ijijru'ii j ii'i'ii.iyi in itfworesi $
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u4 1 lliM, It cl..!rri III droji .t) biwH-Im,
A Superlative Health and Strength Rettortr.
If you are a trc-haiuc or fjrmtr, wnm out with,
overwork, or a moil.rr run ri' n I y family or hou
hold dutiet try PakklVii fiivci: 1 ,,nic.
If yoti are a laager, mini -cr or hmireM man ejf
Jinu-.trd by menial strain or ar m jin care, do not take
If yon have tuntnimption, Dv4p-.su, Kheuma
um, Kuliiey Conii'laniis, or any druidcr of thelungt,
tomach. bowels blood nr ncrvts I'Am:r-a' CiNc.a
Ionic will cure you. It.sihf Ciratst UloodPuririer
And Iba Eest and Curtit Cough Cure Ever Dud.
If vou are wasiinR away frwnape, diuipation ot
any dueaseor v. eakrcssar.d re piiie a stimulant uk.
Oingek'Ionic atonic; n ill inviporate and build
Jou up from the fi-st dose but will never intoxicate.
( has aaved hundred of it m.iy aava your,
CAUTION ! Rtj,f ll iob,iuirt. rirk.r'tOinnTKileb)
ercrpot. of ibe tit rtn--lii! r-t;' In tLrwtl,UHiit.Urly
diffmbt ffnm prT-f.rat'Qti. ( f -.i-r'r .I'm., tsnd lordreiuarta
Hucol k Co., N. Y, 4Jt. A (I i i ,l.iln IB trvfx,
CHEAT SAVINO pl'VINO DOLLAR GtZSC
Itsrn-h ai d la.tn B li '.iiue lias nude this
delightful prrfume exceedn i;ly popular. Ibare
IsnotliluiT like It. Insist uixfi l.jvir.e FluM.
ton CoioviNt and look for signature of
ea try bntlla. Any Sm,.1it or ttultr ta MrfaoMry
ct-nupi-lTTou. S5 ii n t,it lrn.
LARUE SAVINul HI VINiJ Mr. S17E.
rOHT Gil APE WINE
Si'kkk'h Pout Gratk Wink !
FOi:il YICAKS Old).
TIMSCKII-nitATKIlNATIVICWIXB la maila
Irnm thu Jul -o of the Diiortn Orupe, ralaed In
thin count y. Ita liivaliinhiii luiile and rtriituili.
iinlnij proptirt r am unHiirpaa.Hil hv any other
ISAtiVf Wltin. II -1 n u :ui pnrn Ju'en of t' e Uriipn,
pruiluct d miller Jlr. Mpei-rV own piiraonal aupervl
amn, lit purll v and ct nil iiu iiea. nro i-imrniiiiieil
Thi TOUiiea! ehlld in y otrt:ik of Ita i(ni-roii
qilnMlna. and the weiilto t Itivullil iiao It In ad vim.
taite II ta pitrlir.nl iirlv lienrlK liil lollianafd and
d"hllltU'd, anil anil' il io lliu arioua allmeiit" Unit
airnet thu wenker aex. It la In tis-ory roniit'r.t A
WINK TO UK KB I IK I) ON. "
SpeoVM P. J.. Sherry.
Tlir- r. ,.MIKHitfaft wnm of Suporinr Char
actcr nnd art ikeauf h s Hcluem! tleaofih ifrapp
from h eh ll I" itinhi l-'or I'urUv, Itlchneaa, Kla
vo' and Meitlollilll I'ronerliea. It will ho lonnrl nn.
Snwr'n P. .7. llrandv.
Thla nitANDV Iiuh1-nnrlvnicil In this t'onnttr
Imlni'lar ailporlor lor tni'dlelnal pittnoaea. It la a
ptirtidiailllatlon Irn-n Hip itrupe, and ronialna vnj.
nahlo moillrlnal priiptrili'a. It. hua a dollr.Hlti Ita
vor. alni'liirt'Mlia' of lliu r-ie a, fr.im wlilrh It la
tllatllltid, ami t In croat fnv r atnonir flrat-claaa
fatiilHea. Hut! that, (lie aiffiulure of AI.KKKI)
HPKKIt, Pa-nnlr, N . J la ovor Hit) Kiirk of narh
Hold lly PAUL SC1I1JH
ANTO BY DltlKia IS T$ BY KH V V II H R 1C .
INJCCHOnf, la arioxt'lvo our Pi' "II Dlaohnrirna
BtltiMlnir, Uinai tin Hint t'njiiliil Vpiilii I loon ol tup
II H ffil OO t""''in"''' 1''"'-,'1''1-"'u1ri"'
JB l7&niidl77aveinuoraMt. CINCINNATI.
enipl. or li leu,
Plena ronulltm tUn sapar, AAA
'i'-it T,'' " -iV-v'ivA 55
City Ofhcf r.
Mayor -N.B TbiUlow'odd.
Trmrir X J, Krth,
I'ouiiaelnr- -Wm. 11. Ollhrrt.
HurnliHl 1 II. Mvyura
4ttrniy M liltam Urudrtr.k.
noiHu o Au.aiiaa'a
fi, Ward-Wtu.McUala.T. td . Kiintmiiiuh
Sceonil Ward-Jurat- llinklo, C. IS, UUilhua
Third Ward-H. K, lllaki, John Wood
roiirth ward (.tiarltut O. 1'ailur, Ad.iipb
. -ftfth Ward-T. W, Halllday. Krueal a. Patltt
Circuit Judpo-u. J. linker.
( IrciiltC'liirk A. II. lrv:u.
County Judo K. S Yocuui.
Conni) t'lotb H.J. Ilunim.
llounty Attornuy J. M.OaiLrou.
County Troaaumr Milua W. Parker.
Coroiior H. KittKerala
Couuty CnmmlmionorT. V. Hulllday, J. A.
J lb In and 1'otor Snup,
pAlKOBAPTHT.-Cornar Tm.lh and I'op'ar
J itreeia; proachluu lltat and tliinl Mimday. lu
:ach mouth, 11 a. in. and 7: W a. m.; prayur muoi
niTUuraday,T::klp. tu.; Sunday cliool, ;:io.m
Ituv. A. .1. liBss .'an tor.
ftnCKCB Off TIIK KKUKl'M UK -(Kplact.pa1)
J Kourwanth itreetj Sunday 7.'iX)a in., Holy
iucliariat; U:wi a. ra., Sunday i hool; l iu in.,
dornini; rraver; H-iai p. m., Evnlti(t Prayur. K.
-. Davtmport. S. T. If. H actor.
riitHT MISSIONARY UAPTIST CHI.'hCU.
V Iaehlnxat 10:SUa. n..,a p. ni .and 7:30 p. u..
ahtiath .chool at 7:80 p. m Ke. T. J. htire,
I CTHBRAN-Thlrteoiith .trecti
i j nam i:ju a. m.; soutlay
r.bool 1 p m,
II tlHll)INT-l'or. Blrfiiip and WalbUl .traata,
tinda) Hetiooi'a .l:Hi p ru. Htiv
i real iinii' ni 11,41 h ii.,4i n.
bud 7:W p. ru
J. A. hear ret'. ,
p m or.
lu ii I ln -"-sIKnth .treet; pT.a:nlo(t on
.,niii 14. w a. in . unn 7111 n. m .
uoeiioir eanB.nav bl 7: tl. m Hnii.U.
it i t m. Kov B. V. Oaore, paator.
1 '"7hl li N -iHi.uian Catl.ollrj Comer Croat
and Walnut atresia ; a.-rvtcea SaWiatlj 10:30 a.
.; hunday tichtml at 2 o. m. : Vraoara 1 n m
nee vr ! At a. to. Nov. O'llum, l'rlit.
1 T tllPlil,il,i,
v ' i a i an. a -tnouian tatbollc; Corner Ninth
J .troel and vVaahluirton avenne: .Mrvlrnn tl.
ith S and in a m.; Vvauan 3 p. n..: Sniidav School
!' P1- a--vieea ,Terv dar atH a m. ttjt, Maalorsmi
K. K. 'I IMK CARP AT CAlKU.
ILLINOIS ClXfltAL 11. U.
ifiMNt iiKi-iar. Tiu.ia Aiutor.
Wail .:ii;01.iu 4 M il .i:ns.m
A icmu '.iiioo.ll in a. nt aiiiurena II :n a. in
Kx.-rpoa 3..p.rn Actmillii..4:li p.m
C. IT I. ,t N. U R. It (Jut kaou Unite).
M'i I:lia.in I tMatl -1 jt.m
Kxprena to::-) a rn tKx;.ri- U n-aro
1ST. I.. t". It. B. (Narrow (ta ii;e 1
Uprs 8 : 1 .1 a.ru , li ipr' :"."ip.:n
An em d.itlttn. 1 :Oti p.m AixouiMutiou H a tn
MT. L . I. M A si. H. K .
S-tl'tita ln;S0p.m tExprea .. ?:J) n m
'vakah. wt. i.oi;h I'-iuim icy co
Mt!l hi ... vm I avliil ,k lis.... m-:iO u.tn
Sertoli datlon l:0i o.tn I Acco ii'iUiUiu ln.:tna.iu
Freight 7:i a ta. Krl,'tit .. dp in.
.'- eiraptSunjjAf, t Dal.y.
MOB1LK & OIllM B. R '
'ail S:yi a. w. I Mall .....:' p in.
ST. LOUIS & CAIKO It. K.
tkmxh rl'n ah roi.i.ows
m iti rti ti i-tOAT. noioBr.a :.
Ktpreaa and Matt laarea Cairn. everv dny hx-- p'
nuoday, at 8;15 a m. Arnv.a at Kt St. L-'ul. at
Vii p. in Arrive at Cairo at 4:15 p. m
Acco'nnolat!i)D atrlvca at 11 :tO a rn. and d
part at 1:00 p. m.
LLIiNTOLS CKXTUAIi R.
Shortest aud Quickest Routc
81. Louis and Chicago.
Tlio Only Line Kutunnu
Making Direct Conneotion
TRAIM Liavi Cairo:
ton am. MkII,
Arriving tn i .. Luud 0:45 a.m.; C'htt-aifij,l(:M p.m. j
CoiiDitcl r at Odin and B,H1ntism for I'lntli,.
n.tl, I, i.vllla, Indianapolia aud pnlnt Kaat
11:1 i R.m. fcft. liouiia Htid Wtern,
Arrlvini! in ht. Lou la ' :0S p. in., and conutctlnit
for all point v'ot.
M.TiCI is.m. 'in-t lCtraif .
K r Ht. (.ihiIn and rhk-t, arrlvinir at Ht. I.oula
t):4tl p.m., and Chicago :M a m
J.ftO p.m. Cinolnnisti lC.tprs.
Arriving at Cincinnati 1:00 a.m.; Iouiavllle II:.')
am.; Indlauapolle 4:06 a.m. i'aaaHiiiri-ra by
thia train roach thn ahovu ixilnta 1 vi to ,'ltl
UOl'HS lu advance of any other route.
I4r-Thel!:l p. m. ex
-.liatiKca, and through ileepcra to
ton I a and
Fsist Time Kant.
On iicun rvovo J ,nl" ,ln,) K tliroUk(h to Kaat.
I ttLIIi;t;j N ern point without any delay
auad by Sunday Intervening. The Saturday alter
inon train from Cairo arrlvot In new York Monday
nntnlug tt li:S'i. Till rty-nlx hour In advar-of
ut otlj'ir routM.
4,-s-Kor thrniisth ticket, urrt furthur Infwrtr iti,n,
ipplv at Illlunla Central Katlroad Dept t, ( al.si
,J. II. joNKH.Tt-k-t AKnt.
i. II. UAN80N, Uon. r. Aua, t. CBI jaeo
A week made at homony'ba In ln
trlotn. licatnuaitipaa now Imfnre "ivi
i ubilc. Capital not liftitled. We
will atari, you Vnn. wnmeu. mos
and ulrla wanted ovcrvwheioio work
fortia, Kowl tha tlmn. .on ran
work In apr-e tlmo, or itlvo trour wholo tlino to thtr
buainuaa. No other hii-dne-a will pay yon nearly
aawoll No or.ooan full to mako enorniou. pay.
Iiv nuitni'iiliiK at olica. Co.ilv ouifltaiid t?rm freu
atonov mada fnat, aaally, and hnnnrnbly. Atltlreaa
TKUK (.'(),, AUKnala.mnine.
JOHN S CROAT,
PROPRIETOR OF 8 PRO AT 8 I'ATKNT
VVholoisialo Joali in U-.
Um HYTHK CAR LOAD OH TON.WKI.l
!-'lKKI) FOR SHIPPING
Oar tioada a Spor'foltv.
Oor.Twdllh Street aud
CAIUO. ILLINOIS. '