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THE DAILY CAIRO-BULLFTINi FRIDAY- MORNING, MARCH 9 1883
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& - a a
131000. Given , A
If alum or any injurious Ktiusuinceacua be found
In Andrews' Pearl Baking Powder. Is ve
tm'ivUHE. Lvl:igiMidonKl, and testimonials
re f ivixl ironi such chemist a 8. Dana Hny, linn,
ton; M. 1 K lufonlaiii-, of Chicago; and UuataVUa
ikxle, Milwaukee Never sold lu built.
r. P. ANDREWS A. CO.
Evore Corj-t in warrimUd ieiR
factory to tia wcaror ill -Tery far,
.r the iiwn'-y will b rhirI(d by
tlu reri.ua (rem whom it a bowtit.
mmt lntur1uu lb- Kiw. snUn-i rs-il M Udiesa.
" i?"i v 'mrmW. snd P-rfc-l fitting Comt r
llealta Prorln. l.5. C. lf.Adlrtln. SI .60
liraltk .reservl: daf rouith 3.O0. rl
r.rul Wv larti-" Hdr.ll Slr-ali svsrywacw.
CHICAGO CtHisKI CO.. tlilcuso. I1L
HAS BEEN PROVED Li
ThA r.uBEST cure for XI
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TJnMalima DAC craieorarrca iu
.w n- avlntira? TILES DO HOT
HE3IT ATE" use juaniT-rt orta.
juureoom mend M) audit wulspeedUy oro-
.1,. j:. nd restore healthy action.
I i e ' cr oompiauiia poouur
Ldulwui to tout aer. aucli a pain
and woclcnesse, EldaeyWort la uMurpeesod,
salt win act promptly ana earciy.
I piihr sm. Ineoattnenoe. retention ornruie,
brloidUBtorrory deposits, and duU dragging
paiaa, all ;edil.7 yield to it. curouve power,
13. BOLT) EX ALL PHPOOIBT3. rami.
I Iibv.' pieucrlbud K due-Wort with vert o e i
el'rtt' lu h -ir or mo coin-tin te ci.i-c of Kid
nev aud I.Wer Tro'ih u-, f t le nale mi 1c-
tten . 1'hllip C ifu on, M.D.. Moukton, Vt.
" Mv wife hai been much binbfitru Tom the nee
of Kt'liii'v ort. Mm h . lclii.-v aud otb' r cum
llaiuii." wriitl to Kev. A IS. Coleman, Fayette.
V III- Torn.
IS A SURE CURE
for all diseases of the Kidneys and
XthaaapeeUloaoUoaQn tbla moat Important
avmii nbUn It to throw off torpidity and
Inaction, atlmuUtlng the healthy accretion of
the Bile, and by keeping the bowel la free
condition, effecting lu regular discharge.
nfaUlariUa malaria, have the chllla,
are billoui, dyepeptia, or oonstipated, Kidney"
Wort will eureiy rejiere and quickly cure.
In the Spring to oleanae the Byftcm, every
onr ghould take a thorough ooune of It,
U- HOLD BY DRUUPloTo. rricq i.
'I ii tu a liv ng a .yocate of the ! rtnew of Kitlnev
Wo t. I u(T'.ti" nnt ilj Htfooy l'niiu 1 t-t disor
der Itci kluMK "-.Joo. I) ieT:u, 'prlinftield.
I llaMlafJIaMagMaMaMaM I
Jfor the PERMANENT CURE I
ei yonj I ur i iwiii
II w mvIimu la ao TrreralTOt in thl ooun-
r try aaCorr-lpaUon, and no remedy hae ever
Iel2.5 .s i.brated KMney-Wort aa a
c cure wniuii""i""-'""
r thai cms. thl. TcmeaywuioTeToum
i.ni . Mn Tina dixtromna' com-
"'I I B. . . .
ni a B aaLua ti&ink li verr am vo oe
c'oomplioatedwlthooniitl patlon. JUdney-Wort
rr"" .. . . t,w4lnlAn
C enrea an amtiaoi :u "
'and mrdlolnca liave oerore mi ecu
tjl 4 fylf yw hve elthor of taiw trqnblea
Druftglata Sell I
''C'..utinil- , i i a i n lurni". y in iii Kl nut
W ti In t't d e-me- It lv T auc Eturt'L "
lln'l' U, Monkton, V
Anr i -SJ.
HE CHEAT CURE
Aa It la for all tie painful diaeatoa ef the
KIDNEYS.LIVCH ANO 00WCL8.
It eleanao the a-ralea cf thv acrid pelaon
that cause the dreadful suCcrirg whloh
omf the victims of Uhoums'.lnm can reaUa.
THOUSANDS OP CASE!
ef the worst loraa of thl. terriole dlaeaa
have been quickly mUored, and in short time
nucE, t. LKt inoit duy, wild 1:1 uurccLsm
t- irytnixMni DTmsiu
WZIXt. niOIIAIU)aON ft Ce., EitrHnirton Vt
"1 c Mid II ud uo n-niflilv for my kl. oey cowiit I t
and rlMiura .'im." wt'.uii Mr. A. H, hnrr, of Tom
nle e Mill. Kli rld. iinill I w tVKto i.y Kidney
Wort " l ip n. Incident tj lu'ibuilni;, caused
Mr. liurr'a alaordcra.
Awek "Riaduai" Liicne ty 'EiaTBdut
irloas. iio 1 otiiun now hef i the
llh.lc. f'stiltMl n.kt
jJJ will start you Mm. wnmn! boya
. mrns, row i the tim. You can
work Id ipr-e tlin. or ultra vour whole time to the
bus tie-a. No oilier lin-lue will i.ar ton near if
aawull No 01 can fail to make enorinoua iay,
byenagelngat once. Cosily omfll and trm free 1
Money made fet. easily, and konoribly. Addresi t
TKl'tt CO., AtttfU.ta. uatos. j
(trywo TO HM.0 DOWKVNf
TIIE DAITAr UULLEITN.
MAKX ANM'8 LODGES.
It was a wild, black niprht In nummer
Itreot. Jackass Flat, Col., 1852. The
wind fairly howled. Tim rain scourgd
the roofs, twistinjr In wet sheots about
the chimneys, and pulling them down,
ns tho velvet train of a lady cliup? to
the ankle of tho unwarvdauccr, and up
sets him in a minute. .'There was more
water In Henimor street than you would
have thought from merely looking at
the surface, because, us a rule,' you cuu't
see very far into tho water, every cubic
mile of which holds in Holutlon a small
range of mountains and two or three
mining towns. The boarding houso of
Mrs. Hashagen presented, however you
might look at It, a very dejected aspect.
There was one tallow-candle- IdirninR
dimly at an upper window, and beside
it sat, in anxious expectancy, the land
lady's old mother-in-law, plying the
busy needle. Her sou, tho man of the
house, who was "having a little game
with the boys" behind a dormer-window
at Clawhammer Jake's, had promised
to return at 10 o'clock if hCMiad "any
kind o1 luck" which meant any Kind
excepting bad or Indifferent luck and
it was now 11. There was no knowing
either how soon it might be necessary
to take to the boats. Presently some
thing bumped against the side of tho
house, there was a murmur of subdued
swearing: outside, a scow was pushed up
to the window ledge, and Mr. llashngcn
stepped into the room.
"How's business, Joseph?" was the
laconic welcome from the aged mother.
"Disgustin'!" was tho unamiablo re
ply of her son, as he chained his barge
to the shutter. "Never held such deni
ed hands in my life. Beat the game,
though. Ten or twenty dollars, I should
say. But 'tain't no use for me to keep
up that lick. Fate's dead agin me
that's how I put it up."
'Quite true, Joseph," replied the old
lady mildly; "we done better' n that to
There was a long silence, broken only
bv the pounding and chafing of Mr.
llashagen's galley against the side of
the house. The wind had died away,
or moaned only at long intervals, like
the warning wail of the Banshee. Some
solemn and mysterious spell seemed to
brood upon that household; a vague but
ghostly presentiment was at the heart
of Mr.Hashagen asubtlesense of help
lessness and dread of some overshadow
ing Presence. He rose and looked out
upon the moving waters.
"Mary Ann's got a customer, Joseph,"
. said the old lady with an air of forced
cheerfulness, as if to dispel the gather
ing gloom bv idle talk.
"What is he?" iuquired her son me
chanically, not even withdrawing his
. eyes from the window "roomer or
"Only a bedder at present, Joseph."
"lvy in '"fc?"
"Not even a cnrput-bag."
"We never none of us ever seen. n!m
There was another paiiMj. The con
versation hivl recalled -Mr. lla-shagen s
faculties to the cares of the lodging
houso business, and he was turning
something over in bis mind, but did. not
seem to get it right side up. Presently
"Hang ?ue cf I sawv! He didn't
pungle, he ain't got no kit; and nobody
don t know him! Now it's mv opinion
he's a dead beut that's how I put him
up! He lays out to get away with us
to play roots on the snebang. Uut 1 11
get the drop on him; III ring in a cold .
dVck on him, or I'm a Chinaman; 3'ou
lust nut dat that down that s )c:
But all this time there was a chill fear
creeping about Joseph's heart. He
talked very bravely, but he felt, some
how, that it didn't help him! He didn't
exactly connect this feeling with h'.6
mysterious lodger, but he thought he
would rather have taken in some person
he knew. The old lady made no further
attempt to put him at his ease, but sat
placidly sewing, with a face as impas
sive as tnat 01 trie spiiynx.
. "Isav, mother, has he turned in?"
'Yes, Joseph, 1 believe he retired
some hoars ago."
"Then bust my crust ef I don't go for
And seizing the candle this provident
landlord strode into the hall, marched
resolutely to the proper door, laid hold
of the knob, and then, as he afterward
described it, "vou could have knocked
him down with a $1 bill." However,
he pushed open tho door and entered.
And there, stretched out upon a bed,
and decently sheeted from sight, lay the
motionless form of Mary Ann's lodger,
and, drawing off the covering, exposed
the whole figure, which was about ten
Inches long, and rosy as a summer sun
set. I he new bedder was as much a
three hours of ago, and quite hearty.
han I ranciscQ ll usp.
m - e
WIT AND HUMOR.
Bawl dresses Baby clothes.
l he lather or twin babies needs no
Beautiful "calling cards" four kings
and an ace.
Another hotel horror, as theman said
w hen the hash was set before hun.
Job never slopped over, but he boiled
JNcver present a preacher with a
parrot unless it is stuffed.
The electric incandescent pockctbook
is the latest. It is always light.
"n hat is the boundary that separates
a smile from a tear? "Giveitup. "The
Girls are more courageous than men.
They are ready to make a match with a
fellow twice their size.
The novels of M. Zola havo an enor
mous sale in Italy. The Italian stake to
mem aa a pig does to a slop-hole.
The Kansus City Times plaintively
asics, "jlio our girls palntf ' uuoss not.
Put cosmoline on your lips and they'll
do an right, says me Denver mount.
"He "My darling. I really bellovo
my rheumatism' has wholly disap-
peared. bhe "Oh, I am so sorry.
Now we fihall never know when the
weather is going to change."
They found a crazy man in the State
House gallery the other titty, and the at
tendant resiK-etfullv said: "You'vs
made ai jnistako, sir. Your place Is
down stairs." Boston Post.
Actors have btrange fancies. They
will not walk under a ladder that may
b loaning against a wall. They con
sider it bad luck for bricks to, lull on
one's head. ( , - i
At St. Anne's : Suilday-school, in
Lowell, in answer to the question;
'What is the greatest Church festival?'
a little orphan of six years promptly re
sponded, "ihe strawborry festival. (
China and Japan buy our dried ap
ples freely, and, aa the Boston Tran
script remarks, thus docs American
industry help to swell the population or
A Boston Journalist has made the dis
covery that tho most appropriate piny
in which an intelligent colored woman
of that eitv could make her debut is
'Black Hide Susan."
"Annie, is it proper to sav this 'ere,
that 'ere? "Why.lvate, of course not.
Well, I don't know whether It Is
Firoper or not, but I foel cold in this ear
rotu that air."
A little girl was walking on the 6treet
the other day, when she 6aw a very
bow-legged man with a short coat on.
"Oh, ma!" she cried, "there's a man
with a tunnel under Jilm." (
A statistician savs that "17,000 Ameri
can women visit Canada every year to
smuggle a sealskin saeque. Ihere is no
doubt tills man has been jilted. Roch
A man in Summerville, Ga., sneezed
so vigorously that he yanked his spinal
column out of place. H he had swallow,
ed the sneeze instead of letting it fly ho
would burst into more than a million
An Iowa grocer who refused to trust
a woman for a pound of logwood was
nearly killed by a blow from an ax
helve, i When a woman wants to dye an
old shawl she is prepared to surmount
A German at a hotel in this city the
other day had some Limberger cheese
sent to h'im. A little boy who sat beside
him turned to his mother and exclaimed,
"Mamma, how I wish I was deaf and
dumb in my nose."
"Who is this Mrs. Langtry?" asked
one Nashville youth of another. "Oh,
she's the prettiest woman of New
Jersey," replied tho other, confidenti
ally. Nashville has ten laro Panics, nve
national banks and three daily papers.
A Sussex paper is recponsible for the
following perturbing announcement:
'Prince Bismarck has been suffering
from neuralgia in the head, and his
check" is assuming alarming propor
tions. I umi'i rolki.
The Law of Compensation. Maud
'Isn't it strange, dear, all tta fellows
who flirt with me are married men! I
cannot think what has become of all the
bachelors." Gertrude (w ho is not en
vious oh, dear no) "Possibly flirting
with the wives of your admirers!"
A little bov of three years whose
mother played the organ in church, and
who was obliged to be left to the care of
others, was n-ked one Sunday morning
what his kitten was crying so pueousiy
for. "I don t know, said he, "but
.'pert the old cat has goue to church.
A little boy went into the parlor where
his sister was being courted and said:
"Brother Tom told me to ask vou what
was the date of vour last bustle, for he
can't find to-day's paper high or low,
and he left it in your room just bctore
A big brown bear at the Black Hills
found and ate a bushel of salt with
great gusto. An hour later he was seen
at the bans ot a creeK, assiduou.-iy
drinking, and occasionally raising his
head to look up-stream and see if the
supply of water was likely to hold out.
If our middle-aged readers will allow
their minds to recall the scenes of, say
three decades ago, they will agree with
us in our statement that the most dis
tressing sensation in the world at that
period of existence was wearing a pair
of trousers made by an elder sister.
A bullet shot from a pea shooter
struck a New Orleans lad in the head
and penetrated the brain. The "pea
shooter" Is composed of a forked stick,
two strips of rubber, two bits of twine
and a patch of leather. . -What a New
Orleans lad's head is composed of, is a
matter of conjecture. '
An Indianapolis merchant has a parrot
and a telephone In the same room. The
- bjrd has learned so well the telephone
language that so soon as the alarm rings
it screams, "Hello, hello! Yes, this is
Krrgele's. What do you want?" It is
sometimes difficult to "keep the bird quiet
long enough to answer the inquisitor.
"Can you play 'Chopin's Polonaise?"
softly inquired a cultured Bosttonian of
the niece of a fashionable dressmaker,
who was sitting at a piano. "No,"
naively replied the girl, "but me aunty
can play off some of the wtist litt'ui'
overskirts e ivcr seed on sum o' hur
"Get right out of this!"
Irritated merchant to a
clerk; "this, is the third
caught you in 'since .ten
morning'!" - "Oh, well," s
lie I have
said the new
on nie. Give
man, "don t be too hard
a fellow time to lcani the rules of the
A Stockton, Cal., Chinaman thought
to make himself , "solid" with his
Christian mistress, who had tried to
bring him into the fold, ,y tfllimr her:
"Me heap likee God. Me heap likee
Jesus." "So you love Christ do you?"
asked the Interested huh-. "No." cried
the heathen emphatically, "Heap love
God( heap love Jesus; no care fo'
TucnsuAT Evemno, March 8, 1883. ,
The weather is brlijht and pleasant to
day with a considerable higher temperature
thin prevailed in the early part 'of the
week. The hifih did winds of past three
days seemed to bring the lag end of a
blizzard." The tcmperaturo was freezing
The river is falling fast an 1 soon bo
below the mouths of the sowers. So far ss
Cairo is concerned, tho floods have passed
sway snd been forgotten. t
The market in general is without change.
Stocks are small in leading articles, snd
prices are well sustained.
FLOUR This staple continues ut
changed in values and Sim. Stocks are
only fair and the demand is good in all
HAY The supply and demand are
shout equal, while prices continues with
out change, i ! 1 ; . ; i ,
CORK We note a moderate demand
with very smull supply on the market,
OATS Steady and firm with moderate
MEAL Firm and unchanged with or
der in excess of the supply,
BRAN Market bare. The city mills
have shut down and there is none coming
BUTTER-Steady and unchanged. The
demand is fur strictly choice.
EGGS Full stocks and weak.
htve a downward tendency.
POULTRY All kinds nre very
and want)'. Diesstd turkeys sold
at iTo. but this is ao ouM.le figure.
APPLES Choice continues in go.)d de-
maiid nod firm.
POTATO R3 Choice seed snd ttble
lotHtoes are in goJ demand at unchanged
tSales and Quotations.
MOTS. Toe prices acre jiveo are for salee from
flrrt hand' to round lota. Ad advance Ir
char fed for broken lotsiu flillngordf r
StO vartone trrade.
. S 4035 M
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i 0 hi-Is choice...-
li 0 hlils i"cv..
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i c ir Kin ote ..
tear choice..... .
1 car In balk
lean while to bulk..
4 cat! cho'ce la balk
I car Id bmk
1 car in tick
Vo. Hed, tier lU ...
No. i Medltersnesn.
on hl.1. Cllv la lota.
Jioo bble City
o poun.ln Sontharx Illinois
8 u uounAn or'hern Mil
Ml" u (audi Northern Dairy ...
3 iO pound Southern Illinois.
t ai rtoaun.,.,
I co-p.etgv choice...
1 C"op M
8 coups mixed ..
8 coops mixed v.
Srihls fancy B'nDevIs .
.to bhls rboire Wlnenn
8) bbl fancy home Beauty
Slack packed fruit.
...8 5 1 in
...60c to 11. UO lees
Northern Pcacb Blow per bnah 7VI8J
fouthern Ills. I'eacb Rlowa per bash 7tloB0
Northern I' B. per bol . t 4 i
Kontaern Ills, per bbl , ....... Hi
Early Roll reed per bushel. 90&1 tO
2) dozrabbiti ...
W doc wild ducks.
. nni 00
.1 454,1 60
13 oral '
Tut wen tied,
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Tlereee, - )1U
tlitlfdo m - 13
8. C. Hnnia..
C ear sides...
Iiuehel burlap. ,
ri-sr As, halves slid iUarlts
4 i'P'M. bright
Cho'ei' mnalom ,
Dry Flint choice
Ht.'iili Salt ,
I'lnm ri'ti ,
BliMiti Pelts, dry . ..,
Sliw-ii IMts. ureen..,
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KATUS Of rKEIUIIT.
, v ur.ean
W avt I'miMt
THE' GREAT GERMAN
Keiu-rea and cure
II KA II E, TOOTH ACHE.
Soreness, Cuts, BruilSi,
III flS, Ht'AI.D,
And all other bodily aches
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
Hold by all ImiEKlsui and
Dinlfrt. Dlrectious In 11
The Charles A. Vogelef Co.
Kumw,, u A. VOOf Ul CO.)
Ilallliiiorr, Md I .K.A.
A lOS'TIVK Cl'UK
(Catarrh and Hay
A jri alile to ll ',
COI IN TUK HI4D.
It ad n il in. af iesi
r any k nd of aniens
in rnhrinal Irritation.
ii fl.iuie.l and rough
-ttrlaces A preparav-
Uno or nudoutileu
mHili. Apply by ih-
litilo ffjgi-r tLt i the
uo-t us. It will he
bsorbe-t, eff el all
cle n ( f ir the us-ni
lannsren o' ratarrba1
v r a. ta ialns biitltUy s cn-t mis. It a'lavs in-
flmm itl in, u ot ctsib-J me iiHrsu 1 italuu of the
bead fr m ad litloml co-da. iomiielo y h-a the
s-iics and rision-s the -enoa of taste atid en-ell.
Bent-flda. re.ulis are realia d by a few applica
tions A TlIOl OrGIl TRKATMKNT WILL CVPEt
Cream 11 I in ha- ain-rt an enviable lepntittlon
wher verknou;dlp!aclnu ail other reparst'on.
Send furcir-uar cout ! im full I lorma Ion and
rell .hle l .tlinoul il- Hr null, prepaid 50 cent
a pacUsj' siniip reelvrd. old by all whole
sale i nd r- tsll d'ii)rt.
Ei.Y'.scitt: M HAI.M CO..Oweso,S. T.
lio want glossy, luxuriant
aud wavy trusses of abundant,
hoiititit'ul Hair must use
LYON'S KATIIAIHOX. This
eletrant, cheap article always
makes the Hair grow freely
and fast, keeps It from falling
out, arrests and cures trfayv,
ness. removes dandruff and1"
itching, makes the Hair
strong, giving it a curling
tendency and keeping It in
any desired position. Beau
tiful, healthy Hair is the sure
result of using Kathairon.
ARE OF EVERY DAY OCCURRENCE.
Not a SINGLE INSTANCE ON RECORD la thi
past .-5 years ahfre one of
tla ben broken open by burglar and robbed.
Standard Patent Fire-Proof
Have NEVER FAILED to
l'RES'-RVE their CON
It taawel'-known fact thn there I NOKAFK
made in the word I ' A r OIVRs A OIlBAT B K
Cl'ltllY AS 1 UK H AL 'a SAFK.
They aUay prot ct Itrnlr content .
rn-soiis liiiving Valuables f-houM not
be without a IUll's Safe-
Hall's Safe & Lock Co.
JOSKPII U. IIALI, Prpjldint.
CINCINNATI, NEW YORK, CHICAGO.
Lwl'ISVILLE, 8AN FKANCIrtCO,
BT. LOUIS, CLEVELAND.
btat of llllno'i,
Circuit Court of Alex
andur county. Indian-
County of Alexander I cury
nil to .iiaun rerain
ITenry T. Jackson nnd Arra Jaekton
Public not'ee la hi-nhs irlvun, that, in pnrinanc
of a decree made and vnlored by said court In the
above entitled cvio.onthe S h da ofOctobi r.
A. li. 18-ei, 1. Alexatt'lor II. Irvln. m itcr in chan
cery o! the said cir ultcntirtof Alexander county,
WKUNESDAY. THE WTiI DAY OF MARCH.
IHH3, at the hour of 11 o'c ock In the
forenoon, at the louthwesturlv doer
of therotirt house in iheolty oit'ai o, county of
Alexander, and state of II Innl. sail at nubile auc
tion lo the biirhrat nti'l best bidder, for cash, all
and.sltm lar. tho Inlluu'lnir rtn.crllind nraml' a and
real esteteln aaid decree inenllonad.ltuat1neeid
county of 'exatid-ir aud a ate of IlllnpU,
oro much thereof a ahal he sumclont to satisfy
aid decrnn tn.wltt Hoiltheast flltarter of th
norlhwn.l nnarti riif rt on No. four (41, in town
hip No, 'viiiitri'n (IT). soiHh and In ring. two
(8). wk.i of the third n Inclpal meredlan
Dicd.C.lro.ll..,.M.rchrdh.E.SMniRvii() Master In Chancery
S. P. Wh.eler, Coroplainant' Solicitor.
ii I'll1 j 4HHaiiyima J 1
ii , , ,, Cifllilll! ;
!j jj pmuBuumuunrJ)' ji
II ! Hi,w I
llli. nfflWI ...a',
City 0Uic rs.
Mayor N.B. Tbinlewood
Treasurer T J, Kerth.
Clerk Ucnin. J, Koley.
Couuselor--W m. ii. Gilbert.
Marshal L. B.Meyoia,
attorney William Uecdriclta,
aoaao or abuaanaa
Klrsi Ward-Wtn.Henale.T. M . Klinlironuh.
Second Ward-Jesse ilii.kli', O..N. HitRDui..
Third Ward-B. K, Hlalee,,lohu Wood.
Fourth W ard-Cbarlet 0. Patlor, Adoipa Bwo-
boila. .... .
Ififtb Ward T. W. Har.ldav. lirueat n. retiu.
Circuit Judi O. J.Bnki r.
Circuit Clrk-A. 11 Irvln.
County JudRe J. II. I oblneon.
County clera b.J. llniuiu.
rounty Attorney J. M. Omiirofi.
County Treasurer Milo W. Parker,
rtuentf Jouu Hodiies.
Coroner K. Ktwirerald
County OommlssionuraT. W Ifalilday, J. II.
Mulcahey aud Petur aup.
OA1KO BAPTIST. Corner Tei.th
treeta; preacbtnic tlrl and toird miinlays lu
lacn mouth. 11 a. in. an I7::v i m , prayer uicei
Di(Tbardy,?:iNip. ui-; Suijda. liuoi. n: lu a.m
Ue. A. .1. liBSS Pastor.
pHCRCU OF TUB KKDKKM KK i Eplscops1
L Koiirteer.tft street; bunday 1 X'U a in.. II" Jf
Con munion iu:."f)a. m., H itn-c liiei. ila.in.,
Hunot) (ilii v.8 p. m., Lvrnlt,r I'rayert pnu.
f. V liaveaporl, t). T. il. Krui.
IIK8T MISSION AHV BAPTlfcT CUTKCil.--V
Preaeblr.K at 10:' a. a... 3 p. n... and 7 :80 p. to.
abbith ecbool st 7:So p. n Ke. T. J Naores.
. a or
i LTIIEHAN-Thlrteeutt ilnet; rTt.s fl
Irf btb l:Su a. in ; danday school 3 p m. (lev.
nuppe, past Jr.
METHODIST Cor. SVhil aid Wh.di street,
Preacblnif Habbatb ll:Ua. m. snd7:W p. ni.
nmlay MChool st d:oo m. Kev. J. A.Mxarielt,
p is or.
I J KKMHYTKK1 AN - Klfbth ttreeti pMacLluf oa
habbaih al 11:00 a. ra aud
ni : p
i.etlnu Wednesday at "!:) v. m. : Saodsr Scbeol
it 3 p.m. Rer B. Y. Oore, pastor.
T. JOfiKPH B--.Koinii CaiUollc) l orLer Cros
3 and Walnut airt; servlcas S'ilaih 0
e.i Sunday fecb'Hil at p. m.; Vrsper 1 p. tu. : ssr
'lixs every day at H a ni. UeT. U'liurs, l rltt.
CT. PATKK K'S-(I.mri CatuoitrCoriier MMh
O strt-et and Washli-irton aveuue; srrv-res Mb
aib 3 and in a. m. : Verpcr 8 p. n..; Sanday Ecbool
t p. m. service every day at 8 a. m. Hev Mu.UTaoD
ll. R. TIME CARD ATCA1K0-
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. K.
THAI l'eaT. THJNSiKKIvs
'Mali S:iO a.m
'Ai-com'datuin.ll:!') a m
Express 3'JVJ p nt
tMaii 4:i! a.m
Kxorv ........ I:10 a. iu
Atcomdt,.B , .4:1J p in
C. ST L. A N. O. K. II. ( Uckon Hmite).
-Mull 4.11 a m Mall., . .. 4 3Dp m
Express..... h'-ii a lu 1 tKne. lo..tosm
Ac nodal Ion 3 U'p m
ST. L. C. R li (Nara Oaaire )
Bxprec- H.ta.m "Kipre. , 4:11pm
Acrnmd.it!ou. I :' p."i "Accoia'dallon U : a m
ST, L . I M t S. K. K
B xpMss l(':ip.m tKxpr.-...- ?.d'J p
WABASH. ST l.' I'Ix Pt IFIC H Y CO.
fill r.s .... 3;'tJ vro I eMail A Kx... n m
, corn'iU(i.)n l-in p.m I arc.nn'datlon M i a.m
Freight ..7:t'i a m. Krelubt - - 4'i p.m.
)ilv rxrt iundsf. t Dai.y.
Mi)IIILE & ml) K. li
. V.!Ai a. m I Matt .9:10 p. m.
ST. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAINS RCN Art FOLLOWS
ot ko trrBH aoinar. itaroiaa it.
1 1 press aud Vail leave Cairo. ever dy extpt
Sunday, alB.li a m. Arrr.s at Ksst St. Louis at
8:41 p.m Arrifneat Cairo at 4:.iSp ui
Accommodation arrives at ll :w a ra iui a
parte at l.fO p. m.
LlaNOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest aud Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line llunnin
Making Direct Connection
Ttutaa Liats Ciiue: ....
Arriving Id ..Lonl 3 45 a.m. ; CblcKn,a:jii p.m.;
Connect g at uuiu anu r.uuxu:u iui ;ui:m
natl, L isvtlle. lndlanapuli aud P'-int East.
1141 a.m. Bt. Ijouirt and "NWfclerr.
Arrirlne in Bt. Lonla 7:0.i p. m., and connecting
for all point W est.
3.BO p.m. Fiwt Kxprui
F w St. Loul and I blcayo, arnvtcg at Bt. i.ont
10:40 p.m., ana tuicaso . . a m
3:60 p m. CinointiHtl Kxpreea.
arriving at Cincinnati T :00 a.m.; I.ounrille 6:15
a.m.; inatanapous uo a.m. i oi.i"-ii(!i!i i-j
anoll 4 on
this train reach tue anuve
potuts U 10 JO
Uol'KS in advance oi any otL
r4fThe$: p. ra. eipres ha PULLMAN
I.EEPI0 CAR Cairo to Cmcinuatt. wltho'it
hangea, aud through alwpara to bt. Loul and
Fast Time East.
D.ictiniKvniij nJ thl a line iro through to East.
I ilSSeilfferS ru point without any delay
caused by Hunday intervening. Tho Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrive In new Yo'k Monday
nnrnlagat 10:5. Thlrty-alx hour In advance of
v it Ii itr rnnta.
f,l-Kor Ihrotich ticket and further Information,
tpplyat Illlnol Central Kaiiroaa Depot, v airo.
J. U. JONES, Tlcaet Airent.
A. H. HANSON. Uen. Paes, A lien t. Chlcaito
Nashville, Paducah & Cairo racket.
The elegant aud palatial itentuer
' B. S, RHEA,
J. 8. TYNEt ...Mailer
BILLY HOUSTON rk"
Leave Calto every Momluy at4p. tu. for Nunh
vllle, Kiishville, Paducah & Cairo U. H. Mall
W. II. CHEItRY,
I'INK DUES Muter
JOLLY , HARD....... ..........Clerk.
Leave thl port every Wednesday 14 p. in. for