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THE DAILY BULLE1TN.
A Washington Character.
That is a curious bit of femininity,
that odd-looking little Frenchwoman
flittinp; nround tho back row oJ( scats in
tho lames' gallory of the Senate, writes
the Washington correspondent of the
Record. A French, face sniToiiudcd by
wildly-flowing gray hair; a French fig
ure attired in a neat costume, adorned
with some cheap bits of lace and ribbon
in a very French way. A little white
luce, a red silk handkerchief, a blue rib
bon, and a "Vive le Republiiio" air.
There are half a dozen niches in the
wall behind the last row of scats in tho
ladies' gallery of the Senate, whero
statues of great senators were to bo
placed; but we have never been ablo to
fully deteiniino who tho really great
senators were, so the niches are all
empty. Our dainty, though flighty
looking, Frenchwoman runs over from
the picture and novelty stand which sho
keeps in the Iioii.hr corridor almost every
day, and up into tho senate gallery.
Sho hops into one niche, smooths out
her apron, smooths down hor hair, and
smiles down on tho senators. In two
minutes she is in the next niche, and so
sho goes around tho niches, giving a
minute to each, aud tho same time smil
ing to the senate. Then she flits out,
apparently very much refreshed bv her
ten-minute bath in the senatorial hot
vapor. I don't think sho understands
a word she hears. Sho probably knows
as -little when she comes out as when
sho goes in; but that is truo of other
people in the gallery, and even of some
on tho floor. Would that tliey were all
as thrifty, as noble, and as true as this
busy little Frenchwoman, who lias saved
out of tho proceeds of her daily sales
enough money to pay for a good many
substantial buildings here and to main
tain her sons nt school in Paris. She is
one of the features of the enpitol, with
an impression that it is ono of her be
longings. She regards it as her body
anu herself as its genius, and feels called
upon to offer everybody who passes her
way a cordial welcome to the center of
the nation, just as though sho owned it.
A curious, kindly, smiling, shrewdly
simple old woman, who does a good
deal to reflect tho out.sido sunsliino
through tho somber corridors of tho
Fancy Work for Pairs.
We aro asked, says the New York
Post, to. suggest some easily-executed
knick-knacks for a bazaar to bo given
In aid of a deserving charity. Perhaps
tho following suggestions may be util
ized. To construct an ornamental and
inexpensive scrap receiver, get ono of
the pretty Japanese paper sunshades,
and fasten the top in a solid block of
wood, previously varnished. When the
sunshade is firmly fixed in an upright
position, open it as wide as seems neces
sary; and to keep it distended, tie the
ribs witli narrow ribbon, or weave them
trHrotlwr with (Irm uilviT uinv Vnnton
I a Knot of riblions to the top of tho han
dle, and hx another bow immediately
above tho place where the shade is join
ed to the bow. A trailing boumiet of
artificial flowers is a pleasing addition.
It should lie placed half-way down one
of the panels. As may be supposed this
receptacle can only bo used for scraps of
paper, shreds of cotton, and light refuse
of the same kind. A handsome pen
wiper can bo fashioned by cutting in
cardboard a painter's palette. Cover it
with silk cardinal looks best with a
lining of pale pink. Some ingenuity is
remiired to make the edges of the thumb
hole look neat. Now cut from any
pieces of bright-colored woolen goods
you happen to have duplicate palettes,
which should be a trifle larger than the
outside one of silk, because the edges oi
the woolen pieces, when notched astbey
must be, should show beyond the ease.
Choose a ribbon of medium width of
some pretty contrasting corresponding
shade, pass it through the thuml-hoes
of tho palette and woolen pieces, then
tie closely to keep them in. Allow (juito
a length of ribbon, then tie again inn
large bow with ends. A suspender Is
thus formed w hereby the penwiper may
bo attached to any convenient hanging
place. Previous to covering tho board
tho silk may be worked with a flower
design in crewels., or better still, it may
bo painted with an fancy or floral design
that suggests itself to the oxecutnnt's
And the Qzr Went to Bed
There was a company of gentlemen
engaged In a lil tie game of poker In a
prominent gentleman's parlor one night
lately. It grew late, and fours wore ex
pressed by the party thaL they were
trespassing upon the kindness' of tho
host, who, by the way, was not pres
ent. "Not at nil, gentlemen not at
all! Play us long as you please. lam
Czar herel" naid tho master of tho
"Ycjs gentlemen, play as long as you
please!" suld a silvery voice, and all
rose as the iniMruss of the houso stood
before them. "1'luy us long ns you
please, gentlemen! ' Hut as it Is nearly
ono o'clock, the (V.ar Is going to bedn
And ho went.
The great dry-gnWs ;oret of No
York, as well as those of Paris, are com
pelled to watch for female kleptomani
acs. Tho number of olhmwlsty respect
able women who steal is said to bo a
' rt r
Westminster Abbey Is Mumbling
down. An, appeal has been made for
subscriptions to restore It
A novel suit In tho Vermont Supremo
Courf b.VtPt.'t! I -BWhpf WmB dam'
nges from the jirison officials who made
mm cut on nis wmsKcrs.
Old Nod, tM BliegfedUak domestic of
Henrv Clay, and nwJto' assisted In dig
ging tho grave of tho' Sago of Ashland,
is said to nave died recently in lexas.
Tho works of tola have been Ann-
pressed in Germany, and now the Ger
mans are, of course, so interested that
the books will have a largo surreptitious
Liberty onlighieningi the world will
set her torch ablaze on Bodloe's Island,
in New York , harbor,' November 25, tho
centennial anniversary of the evacua
Canada is recklessly piling ip its
debt. In three . years, jit )ias increased
$15,000,000. Perhaps the mother country
will pay It-whcn she pays hor own
Tho late. Louis' Bla'no lias left $5,000
to Parisian children who have been de
serted by their parent. The deserving
of each year aro to receive savings bank
books with $20 set down to their credit.
An English nobleman, who died late
ly, left instructions by will that his fun
eral should not cost more than 50.
" My father's," ho wrote, " cost 500.
which I consider a shameful waste of
Albert Hires, who is prominent in po
litical atl'airs in Nevada, once saved his
life by tho use of a Masonic sign. He
was attacked by Indians' In New Mexi
co, and was recognized , by an Indian
Mason, when about to be scalped.
Tho hair, of a girl,: employed in tho
Elgin watch factory was caught in tho
macliinory and violently pulled. From
that time all the new growth was white,
and now the receding color has reached
a point half way to tlie ends.
There are about 20,000 working wo
men in Boston whose average pay is $4
a week, and whoso board costs them an
average of $3.50 a week. This leaves
them $26 a year for clothing anil inci
dentals. , The ups and downs of lifejwere never
more strikingly illustrated than in a
(leorgia village, a few days ago, when a
poverty-stricken young man died at the
house of an old negro woman who was
Ids father's: slave before the war.
An American went to see M. and
Mmo. Damala, in Paris, and asked Sa
rah's husband what he could wish him.
Tho ex-actor (for lie will never tread the
boards again) responded, . after reflect
ing for some seconds: . " Wish me pa
tience!" Sarah is trying when in a bad
The children of a public school at
Hamilton, Can., had been told what to
do in case of a fire, and so, when some
woodwork I broke into flame from the
heat of a stove-pipe, , they coolly and
stoadily formed files under tho direction
of the teachers, and marched uncon
fusedly out of the building.
A West Virginia maiden walked thir
ty miles to wed her lover, and then
started to wala oacK to wnonce sue
came, fhreo miles . out sho cave out.
The new husband left her at a wayside
house, with instructions to " come on in
tho morning. ' Ho trudged along alone,
aud sho followed next day.
It is said that the ordinary Hindu of
to-day lias a vague impression that after
death lie will ho absorbed, body ana
soul, into a supreme being who is be-
vond all thesrods and croddesses. If von
look around, says the Boston Herald
man you will find those who are not
Hindus that seem to have a similar nn
Uncle Fielding Dillard, one of the
most esteemed citizens of Uglethorpe,
Ga., has a pointer dog that takes the
cake, not surreptitiously, as heathen
dogs do, hut piously ana on tne square.
His master is a sincere Christian, and
has family prayers night and morning,
and when this dog sees his master open
tho biblo to beirin services, ho conies
and lies down close to him; then when
Mr. I), kneels down to pray, ho will
stretch out on tho floor and groan as if
he were responding.
Russell Sturges was a poor Boston
boy, ami became a ten-millionaire in
London through hls'corinection with the
famous banking house of Baring Broth
ers. He always attributed his success
in life to the fact that he got on the
wrong steamer by mistake, and thus lod
to make the acquaintance, of the firm in
which ho made nis monpy. If the name
of that steamer were given it might
have a practical interest to other fortune
Among tho many amazing things told
by Professor Langley about the sun is
that if a bed of coal of the size of the
state of Pennsylvania, and ten' feet thick,
were suddenly shoved into the 'sun, it
would be used in keeping up the pres
ent energy of the snn for just ono-hund-redth
part of a second. ' Another illus
tration Is his estimate that the rainfall
on Manhattan Island for throe months,
loadod as ice,, would fill a train extend
ing from jersey City to San Francisco.
Samuel Scott, of Wartbnrg, Tenn.,
has Just (lied, his weight being 350
IMJiiuds. It is thought that his death was
due to his extreme obesity. Ho was
about five feet (light inches tall, but his
body was puflou out to an abnormal
size, and ho could scarcely walk. His
physicians would not allow him to bo in
nod, and ho slept in a very peculiar po
sition, usually kneeling, with his head
resting on a chair. It is said ho would
sleep as well in this apparently uncom
fortable attitude as anv one In a bed of
down. He disregarded his physician's
advice, however, and went to bed as
any other person, and died during the
night, it is thought, of asphyxia.
There was a new departure, a few
nights since, at McMinnville, Tenn., to
raise money to buy a church organ, The
filan devised was a sale of the young
adies to tho highest bidder. Tho young
men wore out en masse, and ono by ono
the fair ladies were knocked down by
tho auctioneer to tho highest bidder.
Many of tho belles brought fabulous
prices, ono ecstatic bachelor bidding
"heaven and earth" for the girl of his
choice. As barter was not taken, ho
was required to uinke his bid in dollars
aud cents, which lie did in a handsome
price, and got his prize. The sale re
sulted In plenty of mouey and lots of
AsnuunMiAV, Mass., Jan. 14, 1880,
I hitvo boeu very sick ovor two years.
They all guv me up as past cure. I tried
tho most pkllllul physicians, nut they aid
not ranch the worst part, ilia lungs and
heart would fill up every night and d is trees
me, slid my throat was very bad. I told
my children I never Bbould die io ptace
until I bad tried Hop Bitters. I have taken
two boltlus. 1 hoy have helped., unj very
much indeed. I am now well..! There was
a lot of sick folks here who have been how
they helped me, and they used them and
arccnrml, and feel ns thankful as I do that
there is so valuable a medicine made.
Yah ran keen vour hair abnndant and
iflosiy, and rutiiin its youthful color, with
Parker s Hair uaisaui.
Shili'h'a Vitalizer s what you need for Con
stipation, Loss of Appetite, Dizziness and
all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10 and
,5 cents per oottie. raui u. ocuun,
agent. . . . . (7)
Mas. Marie Sarson, 1C3 W. Indiana ave.,
Chicago, says: "I uaed Brown's Iron Bitters
in dyspepsia; it is tho best remedy I ever
New Jersey Port Wine The Best.
Dr. E. 11. Janes a noted physician of the
New York Board of Health says:
I take great pleasure la testifying my ap-
rr,.tmt;.i ,il' tlm cimnrinr nnulilii.R ot tllH
JjlUIUVllfll If. tMW WW.W..Vf um...-wh "
Port Wine produced by Mr. A. Spcer, of
Passaic, New Jersey. I have been to this
vineyard and cellar.
Altera prolonged trial i can connueimy
recommend the wine as a superior article
forthosick and debilitated, and all those
who renuiro vinous stimulation and invig-
1 shall continue to employ it in my prac
tice in all cases w here a puru article of wine
is cnlliwl for tlm nick : and shall do all in
my power to t'onter and encourage its pro
duction. For sale by Paul G. Schuh.
"It is not necessary to enter into particu
lars in rct'ering to the complicated organic
and t'uuctinnal difficulties to which tho more
delicate classes of American' women are
subject; but we take pleasure in saying that
Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham's Great Remedy for
all thuie troubles has an unbounded popu
larity. Tuue Coo LivebOil made from gtin-ted
livers, on the sea-shore, by Caswell, Haz ird
fc Co, New York. It is absolutely pure
and sweet. Patients who have. once taken
it prefer it to all others. Physicians have
decided It superior to any of thu other oils
Cuafi'eu Hands, Face, pimplej, aud
rough skin, cured by nsiug Juniper Tar
Soap, made by Caswell, Hazard & Co.
New York. (2)
t3f"Hoods, scarfs, ribbons and any fancy
articles can be made any color wanted with
the Diamond Dyes. All the popular colors.
To The West.
There are a number of routes leading to
tho above-mentioned Bection, but the direct
and reliable routo is via Saint Louii and
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily'arc run from tho Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas Uity, Leaven
worth, Atchisou, St. Joseph and Omuha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
fie est make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
ifrmia "'inuoct with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is tnado with the
Overland train for California.
This line oilers to parties enrauto to the
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &c, of this
line, which will bo mailed free.
O. B. KI5NAN, F. Chandlek,
Ass't Gcn'l Pass. Agent. Gen'l Pass Agent,
True to Her Trust.
Too much cannot be said of tin ever
faithful wife and mother, constantly watch
iim and carintr for her dear ones, never neg
lectins a siuL'le duty in their behalf. When
they are assailed by disease, and tho sys
tem sbould have a thorough cleansing, tne
stomach and bowels regulated, blood pun
tied, and malarial poison exterminated, she
must kuow that Electric Bittors aro tho only
sine remedy. They are the best and purest
medicine in the world ami only cost htty
cents. Sold by Harry W. Schuh. (4)
Fahmkiib and others desiring a centeul,
lucrative agency business, by which if5 to
$'.20 a day can bo earned, send address at
once, on postal, to M. O. Wilkinson & Co.,
195 and 107 Fulton street, Hew ioik.
For seven years Allen's Brain Food hns
stood the strougest teste as to its merits in
curing Nervousness, Nervous Debility and
restoring lost powers to the weukoncd Gen
erative System, and, in no instance, has it
ever failed ; test it: $1 ; 0 Tor if 5. At drug
Time ami Expense Saved.
Kurd workers are subject to hliniua nt
tucks which may pnd in dangerous illness
Parker's Ginger Tonic keeps the kidneys
nnd liver active, and by preventing tli at
tack save sickness, time and exponse. Do
troit Pii sf. .
('roup, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis
immediately relieved by Bhiloh's Cure
Paul G. Schuh. agent. (H)
Ph. Ki.ink'h Ghkat Nekvu Rkstokku Is
the marvel of tho ago for all uorvn diseases.
All fits stopped frro. Send to 01 Arch
street, rlnladclnia.' Pa.
ToGoorga W. McKealg, Geo rue W. Thompaon
and JT W, Tlmminon or any other Demon or
You are hereby uiitllled that at a aala of real
tam, in the county of Alexander and atata of I lit
nola, held by the county collector of aatd conuty,
at the aouttiweatisrly door of the court house In the
city of Cairo, In aaid county and Hate, on the 14th
day of Juno, A. D. 1HS1, I, Asgua Leek, fur
cualitd Urn following described real eataia ittuated
in tnxxoumy oi a mxanuvr ana mate or llllnole,
for thefaxn dnu and unpaid thereon lor the ycare
A.I). IH77, 187S, i?y and li0, tORiitaer with pen
aitlua aud cortx ; aaid real eatalu being tnxed In
the name of J . w. Thompson, to-wit: The aouib
half of the uorthuaet qnartur of aectlon nftevr,
township fourtecu, eontli rantfo two, weat of the
third prlncinal meridian, contaluliiir ehrhtv ar.rna.
The tlmeallowi'd hy law for the redumption of tald
reai -maie wm expire on me inn aay or June, A.
Cairo, Ills., March tub, A. U. ltttu.
ism AMxufl LiKKK.. rurcuaaer.
IJAX PCKCHASEK'S NOTICE
To Georiro W. McKealx and A . Thompaon or any
wvitui pvimru ur yvrtuum lUturealtiQ .
You are hereby notified that at a aula nt rnal .
tale, In the county of Alexander and Hate of 1111-
uoia, uuia oy tne conriy collector of aald county,
at the outhwuitery door of the court hmna In tho
city uf Cairo, lu "aid county and itate, on the 14th
uay ui uuho, a. u. jtoi, l, AUtfUa i,eK, purchased
the followlUK duKcribud real relate altuatud In the
county of Alexander and Hate of IUidoIi, for the
taxes duo aud unpaid thereon for the yeare A. O.
1857, 1ST8, 1S7U aud ISsO together with penalities
and conn; eal'l ral catate being taxed la the
name of A. Thompson, to-wll: The northwest
quarter of the northeaat quarter of tec
Uon Sfteen, township fourteen, south
ran Ke two, weat of the third principal meridian,
coulaluliiK forty acres. The time allowed by law
for the redumption of tald real eataie will expire
on the 14th day of Juue, A. O. less.
ANGUS I.KKK, Tarchater.
Cairo, lilt., March sih, A. O.
"AX PUHCUASEK'B NOTICE.
To George W. McKeala and John Abereromble
or any other person or perrons interested:
You are hereby notified that at a sals of real ca-
tato, In the county of Alexander and elate of Illi
nois, held by the county collector of tald couuly,
at the routhwe-terly door of the court bouse In the
city of Cairo, In said county and atate, on the 17th
(lay of June, A. O. 1SH1, 1, Annus Leek, pnrcbaad
the following deecribed real estate situated in the
county ol Alexander and state of Illinois, (or the
taxes due and unpaid thereon for the year A. I),
issn, together with penalties aud cosia; said real
estate being taxed in the tmtnoof John Abercrorn
ble, towli: Tne northwest quarter of the
northeast qnartir of section one, township
fifteen, south range to. west of the third
principal meridiuii, containing forty acres. The
lime allowed by law fur the rudemptlou of taid
real estate will expire on the 17lh day of June,
A. 1). Ins;). ANUL'ri LKKK. 1 urchater.
Cairo, Ills.., March 8 li, A. D. imu.
Pl'KCHASEU 8 NOTICE.
To .Tamet Warren Durham, John St. Leger, Al
fred A. St. Leger Mi let Can hie and any other
person or person! who may bo Interested:
Yon are hereby notified that at a salo of landa
for the taxes due and unpaid thereon, held it the
southwesterly door of the court house In the City
Of Cairo, county of Alexander aud state of llll-
noli, on the IMth day of June, A. D. laMl, by the
county collector of said county of Alexander. I , the
undersigned Annus Leek, butight an 1 purchased
fjr thu taxes due aud unpaid thereon for
the year A. O, IhkI, and costs, the following
described lots or parcels of land situate In said
couuly of Alexander and atale of Illinois, to-wlt:
Mts numoerea seven (i) anu eiuni (Bi, in Dioea
numbered one (1), lu the town of tlco; that aaid
lots were aud are taxed in the name of Durham
and Cauble, and that the time allowed bv law for
the redumption of said lots will expire en the
w ANGUS LEEK. Pttichaser
Dated at Cairo, Ills., this Sib day or March
A. D. 1H84.
rjUX I'L'KCHA tsKK'S NOTICE.
To Jamet Warren Durham, John St. Leger, Al
fred A. 8 1. Leeer, Miles Cauble. Nicholas Oaf
fner. Samuel Hlnklcy, Joseph Unrmacker and
any otner person or persons who may be inter
Yon are hereby notified that al a sale of landa
for the taxes due and unpaid thereon, held at the
southwesterly door of the court house la t be city of
Cairo, cuuutv or Alexander ana sta'e or Illinois,
on the 14th day of Juue. A. D lssl, by the coun
ty collector or tald county of Alexander, I, the
underlined Aliens Leek, bouuht and ourchated
for the taxes due and unpaid thereon for the year
A. O. ISso, and coats, the following described
tracts of land situate In the county or Alexander
aud atate of Illinois, to-wtt: The southeast quar
ter of lection eleven, township fourteen, eouth
range twe, west of the third principal meridian,
containing one hundred and sixty acres; aud the
soumwest qaarteroi section eleven, townanip lour
teen, south range two, west of the third principal
meridian, coutainlne one hundred and six tr acres:
that aaid land was and Is taxed in the name of
Samuel Uiakley, and that the time allowed by law
for the redemption of said land will expire on
tne nin aay oi uane. a. i. ism
ANGUS LKBK. Purchaser.
Dated at Cairo, Ills., thlt 8th day of March,
A. I). 18X3.
To Casper Ilaefner, Joseph ITaefner and Caroline
llauluerand to any oiuer person or persons in
You are hereby notified that at a tale of lands
for the taxis due and unpaid thereon, hold at Ihe
southwesterly door of the court bouse In the
city of Cairo, ccintr of Alexander and Hate of
Illinois, on mewtD aay oi June, a. i. issi, by
the county collector of said county of Ab-xundur,
I. tho undersigned Angus Leek, bought and pur
chased for tho taxes due aud unpaid thereon for
the year A. D. lb" and cests, the following de
scribed real estate situate in the county ol Alex
ander and state of Illinois, to-wlt: About one
acre of saw mill block or seven acres, in block num
bored ten. In the town of Santa ro: that said real
estate was aud In taxed to the name of Casper
Ilaefnur; and that the time allowed bv law for the
redemption of said real estate will expire on the
S4tn day or Juno, A. JJ. lSnd.
ANOl'8 LEER. Purchaser
Dated at Cairo, III!., thtt the Siu day of March,
A, U. 183.
mate of Illtnolt, 1 Circuit Court of Alex-
Vssandur county. Indian
County of Alexander I eery.
Wll.le Maud Pcrklnt
Henry T. Jackson and Arra Jackson.
Public notice Is hereby given, that, In pursuance
of a decree made and entered by Mills' court In the
above entitled cause, on the tHih day of October,
A. I. 1SHJ. I. Alexander 11. Irvin, master in cnan
wry ol tho said circuit court of Alexander county,
WEDNESDAY, TtlK 28TiI DAY OK MARCH,
1HSS, at the hour of II o'clock In tho
forenoon. at the southwesterly door
of tho court house, in tlm city ol Cairo, connty of
Alexander, and stale or Illinois, sun at purine aue
tlontothn highest and best bidder, for cash, all
and, singular, the followlngdusrrlbvd premise s and
real estate In said decreo mentioned, sit uatn In said
con nt v of Alexander and suite, of Illinois,
or so much thereof as shall bo sufficient to satisfy
laid decree, to-wlt: Southeast quarter or the
northwest ouartor or suction No. four 41, in town
ship No. seveuteen (17), south and In range two
CO. west ot the third Principal innrenian.
Dated. Cairo, III., March r,lh, I sua
Master In Chancery
S. P, Whoeler, Complainant's Solicitor,
if RELIABLE SELF-CURE.
"s A favorite prescription of one of the
most iimrn nun siiecPMiiil siwolatlsls In tne l, it.
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Addrett DR. WARD A CO., Uultltns. Mo.
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aala anil iur. reuTmll .-, i'.llorwrli, (nr LIU aruaae
Itoii to ba anmrori b ihaHdaiinns; iraainisal by Bull.
ant lraM.Hlil. lalMrad,i-al(rN ltliaataraaa.
Adalraaa, PH. HIlTTft, 1 I. Ntk Sh, at, ImIs, Wm
aaTAiiuaucu ovau tuiktt YKAKa.
mi 1 I?
M ayor N. U. Thletlewood.
Treaaurer T J. Kerth.
Clerk Otnula. J, Koloy.
CouneolorWm, il. Gilbert.
tfarahal-L. U. Muyera,
Attorney WUllam Uendrtcka.
ioiu or iuiaiia
trim Ward-Wm.McUale.T. M. Klmbronih.
riucond Ward- Jome iiinkla, C. N. Hughee.
Third Ward-li. K. Blake. John Wood.
Fourth Ward-L'harlee O. Fatter, Adolpb 8wc-
boda. . ....
rmn Ward-T. W. Halllday, Jtrneav . reim.
Circuit Judge O.J. Baker.
Circuit Clerk A. II. Irvin.
County Judge J. U. Kobluson.
Connty Clerk H.J. llumm.
County Attorney J. M. Dainron.
Connty Treaaurer Miles W. Parker.
Sheriff John Hodgea.
Coroner H. Kitagerald .... ...
County Commlatlonurs-T. W. Ualilday, 1. II.
Mulcahey and Peter Saup.
AIRO BAPTIST. Corner Tenth and Poplar
streets; preaching nrst ana intra nunaays in
each month, 11 a. m. and 7:ao p. m.t prayer meet
lngThnnday,7:aep. m.; Sunday school, 0:30 a.m
Key. A. J. llBSo 1'astor.
CBCKCH Of TBS RBDEKMKR-Btlicopii
Fourteenth street; Sunday 7:00a tu.. lioly
Communion 10:30 a. m ., Morning Prayers 11 a. 111.,
Sunday tchooia p. m., fivening I'raysrt 7:w p.m.
P. P. Davenport, 8. T. U. Rector.
ljMRBT MISSIONARY BAPTIST CUURCU.
r Praachlns at 10:80 a. n... 3 p. m., and 7:80 p. m.
iabbath tchool at 7:80 p. m Rev. T. J. Shores,
I CTHKHAN Thirteenth atrwt; tervlcet Hah
a bath 1 :80 a. m. : Sunday tchool It m, Key.
MBTU0DIHT Cor. Eighth and Walnut streets,
Presi ding Sabbath 11:00 a. m. and 7:80 p. m.
nnday School at 4:00 p. m. ttev. J. A. Scarrett,
JRESBYTERI AN Eighth street: preaenlof on
Sabbath at 11:00 a. in. and 7;:)u. m.: P raver
tueettug Wednesday at 7:) p. m.; Sunday Scheol
at t p. m. Key B. Y. George, paatnr.
ST. JOSEPH 8--t Roman Catholic) Corner Crott
and Walnut streets; services Sabbath 10:30 a.
xi.; Sunday School at a p. m.; Vespers 3pm.; ser
nets every day at S a. ra. Rev, O'llara, Priest.
ST. PATRICK'S (Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
street and Washington avenna: services hab-
oatb Hand 10 a. m.; Vespert 8 p. m.; Sunday School
1 p. m. tervtcei every aay at a a. m. nev. atisu.-ra'iii
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Taaixi riirauT. tkins AHiuvg.
Mail ..3:03 a.m ItMell 4:ore.m
tAceom'datton.llMOa.m Express. 11:10 a.m
tExprest 3:50 p.m I ,AceJimdatlos..4:l5 p m
O. Sr. L. 4 N. O. R. R, (Jackson Route).
tMail 4 : 15 a.m M Mall .. 4 Jo p.m
Kipresi... 10:30 a m tExprest 10:30 a m
tAc'modalluu 3: C0p.ru
BT. L.AC. K. H. (Narrow Gauge)
Kipress ...... . 8:1ft a.m Kiprs-a (:SJp.m
Accom'datlon. I. -00 p.m 1 Aecou'dation 11:40 a m
8T.L.. l.M 8. R. R
tExpret in:30p.m tKipress... 3:30 p m
WABASH, ST. LOIIH PAIWC K'Y CO.
Mail A Km.... 5:"0.m Mall Ex.... SiMipm
Accom'datlon 4:f p.m I 'Accom'datlon 10:30 a.m
Freight ,..7:45 a.m. ( Frelubt .6:41 p.m.
Dally except Sunday, t Daily.
MOBILE A OHIO R. R'
Mall J:a a. m. I Mail...-....:10 p. m.
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R.R-
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
oUANOAma aosotr, ooroain 2-1.
Express and Mall leaves Cairo, every day except
Sunday, alB:li a. m. Arrlv.s at Katt St. Louii at
3:30 p.m Arrives at Cairo at 4:35 p. m.
Accommodation arrives at 11:40 a. ra. and de
parts at 1. -00 p.m.
LLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
r St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Lino Running
0 DAILY TRAIM
Making Direct Connection
Traini Listi Cairo:
:U5 a m. Mall,
Arriving In I .Loult 1:45 a m.: Chicago, 8:30 p.m. j
Connect ft at Odin and Effingham for Cincin
nati, L uvtllu, Indianapolis and points East.
11:1 i a.m. 8t. Jouiii and AVeutern
Arriving in St. Louie 7:05 p. m., and connecting
for all points West.
3:00 p.m. Kant ICxpreatj.
Fir St. Louts and Chicago, arriving at St. Louts
10:40 p.m., and Chicago 7:) a.m.
3:fjO p.m. Cinoinniitl KxprtMis.
Arriving at Clnclunatl 7:00 a.m.; Louisville 6:55
a.m.; Indianapolis 4:05 a.m. Passengers by
this train reach tho above nolnta 1U to 3u
HOURS In advance ol any other route.
If-The 8:50 p. m. exprnst hat PULLMAN
S1.KEPINOCAK Cairo to Cincinnati, without
changes, and through sleepers to St. Loult and
Fast Time KaHt.
PdaaAnrroffl D ,oU Iln ROthrongh to East.
1 (lSvll,CI 3 ern points without any delay
caused by Sunday Intervening, The Saturday after
noon train from Cairn arrlvea In new York Monday
vornlug at 10:86. Thirty-six hours In advanceof
av other route,
iVKor through tickets and furthor Information,
apply at Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Calm.
J. II. JONES, Ticket Agent.
A. D. HANSON, Gen. Pass. Agont. Chicago
Nashville, Padueah & Cairo racket.
The otogant and palatini itoamer
B. S. BHE A,
J. 8. TYNER M...Miiator 5,
HILLY HOUSTON Ctorlc
Loaves Cairo every Monday nUp. m. for Nash
ville. KoshvUle, I'aducah & Cairo U. S. Mall
W. II. CHERRY,
PINK DUES.. .'. Maittfr
JOLLY UAItD...... Clerk.
Leavotthtt port evory Wednctday at4 p.m, for
i.,t,-lvi,i, , .'f.Yy;!,-:l'r(rirth'tn.nai-i.