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TUB DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; TUESDAY MORNINU, MARCH jo, 18S3.
r AMIS NO US -H
PEARL BAKING POWDEl
PURE CREAM TARTAR.
If alum or any injurioiisMibsuincoscan be found
in Andrews' Pearl Baking Powder. Is pos.
tivcly PU RE. Ui-liig endorsed, and Uwtlmoulala
iwvlved Irom such chemists as S. liana Hays, Do.
t"U; M. iH'liifnntaliH', of Chicago; and Gustavus
Hcule, Milwaukee. Never sold in bulk.
C. E. ANDREWS t CO.
45 Midiiguu Ay. 287. fry k m E. Water
Every Corset is warranted satis
factory to its wearer In vwrj way,
fir tho money will ha refunded by
the person from whom it wub Imugbt.
ThrmlT(YrM-trrnDomewI br nur leiulinff p) .rsli-lans
not Injurluu. to thowtarer. mid i n-lornwlliy Inilim as
the - muit eumfurtable nl prfcct fitting Comet eiw
PRICE", by Mull, Po.uk- Palfli
Health Prvwrvlai. 1.60. Ktir.Adju'tlnc, ! r.O
Abdominal (extra heavjrl 9.00. Nur.tng, 1.50
Health I'rt-aerTln iflot- out II tit. (Ml. I'vagon
Far sale b lo.dtn lU-tull Hi lim everywhere.
tlUC.YGO tOUSLT CO.. Chicago, 111.
Mrs. Lancrtry and the Prince.
Shame or the law of libel jirevcnts the
Ixmlm juv.'S frrnu dealing with tho
stnmro gossip about Mrs. Langtry
which is reported in tint American pa-
tier. Tilt! F.IX'linli tironln nro not nrmul
tif the Btififty and art represent ittiou
they have received at the hands of Mrs.
Landry and Oscar Wilde. To many of
them it. is a consolation to learn that
this last mentioned person hits after nil
brought home a very small sum of
money, and that ho was not received
into that pood society in New York
which his friends here credited him with
"leading." It has been industriously
circulated in London by members of the
royal household that the l'rinee of Wales
did not send a tcleprnra to Mrs. Lang
try wishing her .success in tho United
Slates. 1 was told on the very best au
thority that his Koyal Highness was not
the author of the dispatch. Desiring to
really learn the truth of the matter, I
have made some special inquiries con
cerning it, and can only conclude that
the friends of the Prince of Wales are
rnorc careful of his reputation than he is.
The Prince did send the dispatch, and
Mrs. Langtry dictated the terms of it
before she left London. The Prince is
a very amiable gentleman. London
Li tkr N. r. Times.
"Pull np a Punkin an Help u Skin a
The roasted jam is intimately con
nertod with the history of (ieorgian hos
pitality a hospitality us genial and as
patient us the Virginian variety. There
is a legend to the i-ilert that a stranger
wandering over the red roads of Middle
iienrgia on a winter's night saw a light
gleaming ahead and soon heard the
welcome barking of dogs. A comfort
able looking cabin stood by the roadside
undtliH the wafarcr saluted with a
'Jlellti'' at once peremptory and plain
tive. The response was prompt and
hearty. The stranger's horse was turn
ml loose in tlio j-urd, and a pig-in full
of corn plan-d nt Ids disposal. Tho
stranger hiiiN. lf was pulled Into the
lione, and implored to make himself at
home, liu r,. i.r, blazed on tho hearth
and upon one side underneath a massive
l.ow-legged andiron was a pyramid of
ember. Au appetizing fragrance tilled
the air. Around the fire u number of
rosy-cheeked. bright-eyed children were
squatting. Mother, fut and contented,
smoked borpipo in the corner, and an
enormous cut nut by her, lazily watchitx'
the sparks as they disappeared in the
black cavern of the chimney. There
was not a chair to lm mm Witt .1...
genial iiost was eual to the etnergenev.
'Pull up a punkin. stranger, au'' help
us skin a taw." Willi that she rolled
a pumpkin from under the bed, the
stranger seated himself as gracefully as
possible, the pyramid of ashes was torn
down, the Mnoking jams were drawn
forth, and just such another delightful
meal as that-where hospitality cheered
tin the appetite that yearned for the s:i-
vory sweet of the roasted yam -ha
never been Clironlclcil.
This legend has given Oeorgia hos
pitality Jin watchword and motto
"('l)llio riirht In. HlrMIKrcrt 1'nll n,.
punkin an lielp us skin a tater!" And
It may lie said hero that hospitality
coum not more completely Justify itself
than liv making the roasted yam tho
viwii ui im oilernig.
Answkk riiis.-Is theto a person living
who ever saw a case of ague, bllliousncss,
nervousness, or nuurslgU, or any dimisso of
the stomach, liver, or kidneys that lion
Hitters will not cure?
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Headache, Toothache,
SJorr Thront. NwoIIIiiei. Npraln, Rrulitra,
nnrni, !fiii, inwi kiiii,
ISO A LI, IITlmt HOIHI.T PAI.NH AMI AellKS.
Sold b IlrugijliU tnil llmlBni irrvwlure. Klt) Ccutl A boltl.
ifirn-'iimn id 11 i.aukuakpa.
THE CH AM, l' A. VOVKI.FR CO.
(Simwon u A. VUOIUJ.K A CO.) UalilMuns Hd., I'.S, A.
THE DAITAr BULLEITO
A dove lay caucht In a fowler's snarei
Hy cruel conls hor winps were pressed,
Kullled was all her pIiiiduaco fair,
And her heart beat fust in her panting breast
But tho fowler loosened each cord and twist,
He smoothed her milled plumes, and then
Her snowy bosom he irently kissed
And bade her seek the skies aHin.
And the fowler sljfhed; for, safe and fair
In summer skies, he knew that she
Would think of the cord and the cruel snare,
But not of the hand that set her free.
Cures By Electricity.
"Why don't you take some stock in
the new electric light company," said
an aged man, as they stood up to a bar
taking a drink.
"Not none," said tho middle aged
man, as he stirred the beverage with a
spoon, and swallowed it not the spoon
but the beverage. "There's too much
electricity, I tell you, and I don't know
where the electricity craze is going to
end. We send messages by electricity,
talk by it, our streets and houses are to
bo lighted by it, and now they have got
to using it to cure diseases with. Why,
do you know, they advertise to cure
everything with electricity. You know
my wife? Well, she tliinks she has
every disenso under the sun, and she is
a walking galvanic battery. I dare
not touch her unless I touch a gas pipe
or some iron substanco first, or a spark
will fly from my hands and startle me.
You haven't seen her lately, chP Well
6he looks twice as big as she ever did
before, but she is poor from carrying
around cdectric belts and pads. lirst,
she saw an advertisement in a Chicago
paper of an electric belt, and she
wouldn't bo satisfied till I got her one,
and to keep peace in the family I took
her measure down to Chicago and got
a belt, and bi.e put it on and said 6he
felt better. Then she wanted a pair of
electric insoles for her shoes, and I got
them. Then she wanted an electric
supporter, and I thought it would be a
good way to support her, and I got one
for her. Then she wanted an electric
stomach and liver brace, and I got that.
I thought she was pretty well protected
against the majority of the diseases the
human family is subjected to, but 6ho
saw somo more pictures of electric ap
pliances in the paper, and I had to buy
her some back pads, and breast collars,
and electrio stockings, and she will
want the rest of theliarness, including
a surcingle and headstall. Why, John,
honestly, I will give you leave to shoot
at my wife with a shot gun loaded with
lino shot, for fivo cents a shot, and I
will give you a dollar for every shot
that touches her person. She is envel
oped in a perfect coat of electric mail,
and she isn't very well yet. Oh, I for
got the knee pads nnd hair crimpers.
I expect she will want a telephone lino
next, and a tower with an electric light
of four hundred candle power. Well, I
don't know as this electric business in
my family does any good, but it is a
great saving on pills and things. Be
fore she struck this electric fake it was
a cold day when the drug man's hand
cart did not stop at my house, but now
all she buys at drug stores is porous
plasters and perfume. Why, she used
to have a regular time card hung up in
her room for taking medicine, nnd it
required the brain of a chief justice to
prevent getting the different kinds of
medicine in at tho wrong times. I have
seen her take seven different kinds of
little white- pills in half a day, and
never miss a oill, or get the wrong kind,
and every pill looked just alike, and
there was no taste or smell to any of
them. It was a great strain on her
mind, and may be this electricity is
doing her good in resting her intellect.
All you have to do is to buckle on tho
magnetic corset, or surcingle, and it goos
right to work at the drop of the hat,
and the same one is good for a child in
arms or a veteran a hundred years olet.
There is no doubt in mv mind that sci
ence has simplified things wonderfully,
and if my wife is not cured it will not
be her fault. Hut no electric light stock
for me. If I should carry home a block
of electric light stock iny wife would
buckle it onto herself somewhere, and
swear she experienced great relief. liut
I will have to go, iw I lu urd of un elec
tric bunion persuader and corn annihi
late a man is selling down on the
South nide, and my wife wants ouo.
Good-day. l'uk' Sun.
m ' ,
Why Ho Didn't Mop Him.
Tho other day a small-sized colored
man was roundly abusing a brother of
color on Atitolne, street lurgo enough to
eat him up. After the abuse had con
tinuM for u long time without results
a white man said to the party of the
"Why don't vou pick him up nnd
mop the snow with his legsp"
"I could dolt, boss."
"Then why don't yonP"
"Waal, I was coiislderin'. If wo
have a font 1 shall probably bo 'rested.
If I m 'rested 'my mime will uo in do pa
pers. If I git l ,i pp,.,.N j0 tmin up
Jil t alhoun street who owns do lioiiso
llllt I moved out .'if I,, ,!.. ..i .e. ...m
i i . " " " muni win
know whnr to imd me an' gently cluck
....... ... ....... ma-,,,,,, ,u u W,,UW Uo
fo months back rent."
Erection of buildings at night by
means of the electric i;rl(. becoming
quite u common tliinj nil over ,hi
Burdette on the Flood.
Robort J. Burdette, the Hawkeyt
humorist, was in this city, en route to
Blanchestor, whero he lectured. An
Enquirer reporter met him and asked
what he thought of our flood.
"It's almost as bad as a Burlington
cyclone. Indeed it strikes mo as being a
cyclone reduced to liquid form."
Mr. Burdetto asked how the Oldest
Inhabitant was bearing himself under
the humiliation of defeat, and, without
waiting to be told, said ho supposed ho
had crawled into a hole and pulled tho
liolo into a vacuum to keep the water
out. He had no sympathy for the old
party who had been lorduig it over us
for so many yoars, and said it would not
grieve him a particle if the vacuum
sprung a leak and let the water in on
him. Nothing but hydraulic pressure
could squeeze from the 0. I. an admis
sion that we had a flood at all. Ho had
no doubt that as soon as tho ante
diluvian liar got out he would point
with prido to trees on Walnut Hill to
which the Indians had tied their canoes
when he was a boy. Mr. Burdette
counseled firmness on the part of the
people of 1883, and suggested that we
insist on our rights, lie thought tho
Oldest Inhabitant should bo kept down
at all hazards, and advisod hitting him
on the head with a bucket of water
every time bo spoke of cloudy weather.
We had the edge on our old enemy,
and we were not the bravo mermen and
the fair mermaids he took us to bo if we
did not keep it Cincinnati Enquirer.
Monday Evenino, March- 19, 1883.
The people of this section had the
somewhat unusual experience of going
to sleep in summer and waking up
in the middle of winter at bed time last
night the weather was. warm, almoBt sultry,
this morning the wind was fierce and cold
and the air was filled with snow and sleet,
The market opened weak in nearly all
the leading articles with lower and unset
FLOUR We note a decline in this sta
ple of 15 cents on the barrel and market
very quiet. Stocks are moderate.
HAY The demand is altogether for the
better grades; no call for common or red
top mixed. Receipts are light and move
CORN Receipts of mixed are liberal
and the demand is fair; very little whito is
OATS The supply is large and market
MEAL Quiet and slow sale at lower
BRAN Very scarce and good demand.
BUTTER We quote a good demand for
stricly choice and market overstocked with
" EGOS Receipts are all taken on arrival
under an active demand at 13c.
POULTRY The market is bare and re
ceipts sell at fancy prices.
APPLES The market is overstocked
with common and no demand. The demand
is good for well packed fancy stock.
POTATOES No sale for early rose
seed as planting season if over. Peach
blows are dull and lower.
Sales ana Quotations.
NOTK. Tb prices cer RiTsnarefor sales from
first hand In round lots. An advance tc
charged for broken lotsm OillQKorders.
8o0 rsrions irrades
8 605 40
90 bhls choice,
l'O hbls pstnt.
,... , ....... ....MM. . .
1 car nralre
i earn pilt edge, small hale
i car cuoice.
4 cars prime
IMMM MMWS) WW
2crMonRh mixed In balk
lu can mticd In milk
2 cars white la balk
2 cars choice In balk
dears In bulk
2 cars In sacks
No. 1 Red, pr ha....
No. 2 Meulloranusn.
4-m hbls Pity la lots 2 B0
soo ball City 2 "5
1 car In sacks W
lil bonnils Ronthnrn Illinois rnll lUft.lH
1'Ml pounds Northern roll '!)
so" pennon Northern Dairy 'u,23
&i0 pounds Southern Illinois 8)
f"0 dor.nti..., , t
WO 'loieen "
Rill A ...,, I......M.
wy u x -n.,, ..i. .,,.,
1 rnnii In.n.. !...(..
4UI ft1- I.MUIW1,,,,,,
1 CUOp M..M.. a. .,,, .. , ,
i coops hens .,
STbbls fancy llfntlavta i w)
W bbl fmicy Homo Wauw 4 60
Common ' 7
Hlack packed fruit :-Z:tZ
Choice yelk, 'ZtZ." T
Northern Peach Tllow rt htlh ' nwtm
Hout hern Ills. Peach lllow per bu'sh 21-i
Northern P. 11. per bbl.. ...... Wfn
southern in., p., bbi...::::::::;;:.; - j
W rribblt. m aloo
r'rb'11 la 0rai4 00
,,Ur,"m,, 1 5W
H. O. 1 1 mild..
i . i ........... , . . .......,,
Ohio 10 vo
24 hnsbol burlaps
Peaches, halve and quarters.... ,
aff !KUl .
Choice navv ....
Choice medium ,
' .....MM... MM. .
BE saw AX.
Dry Flint choice 14
Dry Halt..... ..........m....,.,
i-1-....a. (1..1. -
i. ................ .
" ,1 DAI b. ..... ...........(... .....M(, . . ...... ,
Sheep Pelt, dry
Hheep Pelts. Kreen...,MM. ,.
Ootid lug ,
.xi w Leaf.
.13 :mm on
, 4 6ma 8 I
4 7r6 K
, H fiiKti 7 fO
, 7 50& 9 fO
MATHS OF FKBIMHT.
Oram Hay Flour Poi
cwt. flcwt. V bbl. Sh'
Menipht hi is 25
1 , v Orleans, 17'i WVi 115 50
Helena, Ark tlZ 21 hi 48 6)
Vlcksbori!, tiZ T,y 4 60V
Wav. -....V l e.W
An Extraordinary Case.
Austin, Tt xas, Feb. 20th, 1880.
To V'r. J. W. Graham, Druggist :
Dear Sir My case was an acute form of bronsh
Uis, and was of one snd half year's dnratlon. I
employed the Ix'St medical aid Possible, hut f .lied
rapidly un-ll the doctors said 1 would die that
my cae was Incurable. Thrown upon my 011 re
sources. I got a bottle of Dr. W'm. Hall' Balsam
for the Lungs, and In six hours full a decided relief.
In three days the conph almost disappeared. Now
that my chances of life are good for many vears, I
earnestly recommend the above to every snnVrrr of
lung or throat disease. CO. LATHKoP.
BAKER'S PAIN PANACEA curespaln tn Man
and Beast. For use externally and internally.
ARE OF EVERY DAY OCCURRENCE.
Not SIXGLE INSTANCE ON RECORD In the
past as year wDero one of
lias been broken open by burglars and robbed.
Hall's Standard Patent Fire-Proof
Have NEVER FAILED to
PRESERVE their CON
it is a well-known fact that there Is NO SAFK
made in the world THAT GIVES A3 GREAT bK
IL'IUTY AS1UE HALL'S SAFE.
They always protect their contents .
Persons liavlnp; Valuables should not
Ijb without a Hall's Safe.
Hall's Safe & Lock Co.
JOHKI'II JU HALT,, Prraident.
CINCINNATI, NEW YORK, CUICAOO,
LOUISVILLE, SAN FRANCISCO,
NT. LOUIS, CLEVELAND.
INJECTION. m a noftl'.tv niffafrtrali mnnhnvLMa
BtlhKtntf. biiiui Ujiif nnJ Painful ftonuUioiii of th
B I 00 por bottle, For sale by all (Iruic
- - , uiiu,, or nniii oy p.xiirwn. fin rw
uitnTorprW JDHH D. PARK ft HONH,
l?ln, 1 7-9 A if, Momr Ut CI hi IM i J M I
OHIO I'li'imumi ntlon tills yn vt '
Inrutt huAlN aniiNkki
l)liAr.. (INl.T in ha tl'iiK ma Nksvs Krrrri
flux . Kna, Kt li ai kt.iiU- INI- Ai.l.l III A II tnknn
Ulr.i'loil. A',iAVUii1lrliliiy'ai.w. Tri-Alls. A
K trial tmtll. fr to t il (!Ai,lhi,jr ,rln rxiriu
JisrK. 011 iKii.wri.n r.lt Hisil naoiM.I'.O.And
.iiirMn nlilri-Msf UninUvd to Un KI.INK.MI Amk
inflV""1 ",u sweepmn liy, go
J 1 VI I I land dare helore veil die. somi..
tiling mighty nnd sublime
leave behind toemiojiiortlme."
Sim a week lu your own town ,
Ivm DnlUr nnlllL frns. No
risk, Kverythlng now, Capllul not required. Wu
will furnish you everything, Many are making
fortunes, Ladles make as much as ninn. and hoys
and girls make great pay Reailnr, If you want
business at which you csn make Brest pay all the
time, write for particulars to II. HALLE'lT A CO
CiTr Ci.siik's Orrics, I
Caiiio, 111., Maroh 14t'i, 1HSI, f
I'tili'lc notice Is hereby ufvnn that on Tuesday Iks
17th clay of April, A. D. IHM, 1 general election
will be held lu the cl y of Cairo, county of Alexan-(It-r.Hnle
nf Illinois, fortho vlecllon of the follow.
lug named ofllcors, vim A mayor, city clerk, city
treasurer, city attorney and oim alilit-innii iroin
uachol thellvu wards or the city, For tlio pur
iinsv of said elenilon polls w 11 be opened at lbs
following named places, vlsi, In the First ward, at
the engine house of the Arab flru eompanyi In the
Huniiid ward, at the engine house of the Rough
and heady llru company 1 In the Third ward, at the
mgliei hoiie of tho IlllicrnUn fire coinpanvt In
the Fourth ward, at tho court hotisoi in the Fifth
ward, at the engine house of l lie Anchor lire com
pany. Said election will be opened at eight
o'clock In the morulng and continue opened 11 11 111
oven o'clock In tlio afternoon of same day.
lly order of the city councli, D. J. FOLBY,
ff AX PURCHASER'S NOTICE.
Tui rU'dr". Albert O. Phillips, Thoma Far.
m.7.r,. 1 . sul hhMtu ot ny 'hur peraonor
it...? 'r.0 !'J",8,,' tinri that at a Sale of Real
iiH.?,.?: '1? hA ,1,JHn,y "I Alexander and State of
i . .1.' uUi hJ th8 CO"" collector of said coun
i'ih. .i?J Bo"th;ieierly door of the court bouse
th .?,l.of .ta,,ro' '"""H county and state, on
ureh u- L Manin Ilrdwn
F,h H ii'n f,,1l,0WlnK 'lo'plbed rol estate br
aide.! fin y "'.,l' ,,,,'l?,,.t",.lu the county of Aleg.
rSosM n?HUt? "f lllt"'1". for the taxes due and
fnr h t.V 1" f(" ,V")Verl yu.rs as below set
iZ'Ji .ll ur ,wl11' l",""'tl' and cost duo
the-eon, said real estate being taxed In the name
to wit venou '"PMtlvuly, a below set forth.
And that the time allowed by law for the re
demption of said real estato will expire on the
.4th day or June, A.l). IsHH.
.VUKTIN, HHOH'N. Purchaser.
Cairo, IiU., March Uih. A.l), lae:l.
Stat of Illinois, 1 Circuit Court of Alex-
. , ,, , s-ander county. In cban
Coauty of Alexander I eery.
Wil lo .Maud Perkins
Henry T. Jackson and Arra Jackson.
Public notice Is her-.-by given, that, in pursuance
of a decree made and entered by sal"4 court In the
above entitled cause, on the IHih dai of October,
A. D. 1SJ, I. Alexander II. Irvin, master in chan
cery ol tbe said clr nil cmrtof Alexander county,
WEDNESDAY, THE 2tsTiI DAY OF MARCH,
IHi!, at the hour of II o'clock In the
forenoon, at the southwesterly door
of the court house, in the city ol Cal'o, county of
Alexander, and state of ll luols. sell at public auc
tion to the hhrheet and beet bidder, for ensh. all
and.slhgiilar, the following described premlsi s and
real estate In said decree meut loned. situntV In said
county of Alexander and ate of Illinois,
or so much thereof a shall be sulileient to satisfy
said decree, to-wlt: Siut beast quarter of the
northwest (uart-rof ert!ouNo. foiird). in town
ship No. seventeen (17). south and In rang-two
(21. west of the third principal mere-Hsu
Dated, Cairo, III., March Mb. ls.J
Master in Chancery.
S. P. wheler, f'oinplalnanf Solicitor.
fJiAX PURCHASER'S NoTICK-
To the hi Irs of Thomas Maruin, deceased, or any
omer person or persons interested:
Y'ou are hereby notified tha' at a sale ol real e s
tate, In the county of Alexander and siate of Illi
nois, held by the county collector of said county,
at the southwesterly door of tbe court house In the
city of Cairo, In said comity and slate, on IheiSind
day of June. A I). 1 J , John W. Martalo pur
ctiMHT tbe followingdecrib-rt real estnie situated
In the county of Alexander aud state of Illinois, for
the tates due and unpaid thereon (or tho year A.
D. 18K together with peualties and costs; Slid
real estate being taxed In the name of 'lhoinas
Martaln. to-wlt: An undivided four-sevi-ntbs int-ir-est
In the norhi a-t quarter uf the southwest qu ir
tcr of section number twcntv-elght (2r-), township
sixteen (lr. ratine two i2)". west; an undivided
lour-seveuibs Interest off west side of the south
east quarter of the S. W. quarter of section num
ber twentyelgbt (in). township sixteen
(ID. range two (21, west; an un
divided four-sev-nths Interest in the
southeast quarter ol tho north west quarter of sec
tion numlM-r thlr'y-threo an, township sixteen
(16), rsne two 2i, west, and an undivided four
sevenths Interest in the northeast quarter of tbe
northwest quarter of section number thirty-three
(:tl), Uiwo'hip slxt"en (lfl). range two !(. west.
The time allowed by law fur the redemption of
said real estate will expire on the 22nd day of
June, A. D. is3.
I'llIN W. MAUTAIN, Purchaser.
Cairo. Ills., Ma-ch lth. A D. 1W3.
HARRI8 REMEDY C0.,"-Ml
I- mmw not rmp i of
PROtHARfilB' PASTILLE BLWEOf
I- -u'. wvitt-r. woo lUII.r
am Nrxnn tud l-hj.ic.l Ii.i ii.
Itr. Prioaara KAliamUu. u,
Ulttlr RlAlir I.OflBir UDMJUM.
Th. Htawdr U put op 10 but... ko. I UauIus a month). ,
ls.lllwou(lilolfr;l aciiii, ualoA. In mi .r. oahi,, iii Su.i
(IwtloiUirM nnniliii. l. N.oi hr n,.li la li.Io wr.,ir."
Mu uua Ojmam aoa uiui. ol ;tn mi m1i mi aopumuo.
tnf ipwrlmov lo urlnr ltatMn of iti Hod, Ml la mmA
Hums, MervuuN iK'blllly, linnt4BiicTv OrffMiilu
Wrnin4, 4wnorrbuam HypbllflU- lI Min rUl
ATfUwa pcliillf trfiitril uu Klrattfld j)riir)iiif(
Mf ftiil urt ffliuMlr. i all or writ tot hint ortjuef
lUm to tm ftiiiwcrnl Uy Uh tlirut u.vtaiiii hr Dull.
(Vrnnn mm tfrrin? tnim Hupturvtbutilri mkI lhtr iitltlrfM,
ntf istm HtaiwidlnB U ihelr swlTsUiait, It ! lot tnu,
L44r lli. HI TXr. 1 ft. Hih HU, Ml. Louis
KSTAltUHIlKll WtU TUIUXV Yli4.
A favorite nrencrl niton nf nna nt lh
inoatnoud and sueceaanjl sinTiallsts In the V. H.
mow rellredi for llie cure ot rrvnm Mtrbility,
ftomt Mn-honl. M'rasVtireaaml Ilrray. eielit
in plain NetAifcuMivelopeVnti, Jiruggistacau llll lu
Address DR. WARD A CO., Louisiasi. Mo.
A BOOM Ty MB
AD IhoHwho from inllti-rrllom, iinmi or otfior oaoms srs
, onnrvM, irnt i,iriiwl, ,Ii-iI,-aIIi- ctrAlnfl, Aud uiiAbl. M
trtnrm llrr's iliMIe irirlr. o.i U onritloiy ah4 twraa.
BUr our. l, lil.i iiomi,-li niMlcinna. Kmlorsnl bjrifmton,
Blnliuri aiiI il,r n a, Ai UnUtuX H4lv lva: ''Tti.olJ
luorirsA(lu Vrrvnua llehlllly. 1'hi.lo.l )ee. a
It whrJIr oirl. ,1 lit I II K M VltHTliN KllUX Kvsa
sieaeleaAeauis ui,riil ormriAin rimbiroilou to full And per
fect BAAnbood H'lnpls, rltcrllvr, ol.Altljr. pi.AAAOi. Sm4)
forlruilMi. C'-niii'mUn mill i,htHsn rr.o.
MAJW1UN illCUUDr CXI, U w. ma HU " fork.
TIE BEST WA
IS MANUFACTURBD 137
FSH BROS. & QO.,
VK MAKE JJVKHY VARIBTY OF
Farm, Freight and Spring Wagons,
And by confining ourselves strictly to one class of work; hy employing: none but tho X3ocat
ol WOItKHi:, using nothing but FIRST-CLASS IMPROVKI) MACHINERY und tbu VKRx
HBSTof SliLliCTICI) T1MHEK, and by A TUOHOUUIl KNOWLEDGE of the biieluoss, we have
Justly earned the reputation of making
"THE BEST WAGON ON WHEELS."
Mantifiietnrcrs havo ahollshod tlio warranty, hut Agonta may, on their own responsibility, jrlvo
tlio following warranty with each wagon, II so agreed j
Wo llerrtiy Wurmut the FISH 11ROS. WAGON' No. ...... . .to bo well matll! In every nartlc.
ularaud of good material, and that tho strength of the sumo Issnfflclent lor all work with fair
usage. Should any breakage occur within one year from this dato by reason of defective material
or workmanship, repair lor lb Mine will bo furnished ut placoof sale, free of charge, or tho
rice of said repairs, as per agent's price list, will bo paid lu cash by tho purchueur producing ft
(ample of the broken or defective parts an vldouce,
. Knowing w titn suit you, we solicit natronago from ovory aectlnn of tho United Slates, Bowl
lot ttku aud Term, aulur flopy ol TUB hACiN B A GRlCULTUUIST, to .
VllH HMOS. CO., HaeltMi WU.
1 reasurer T. J. Kerth.
Ckrk Dcnul. J, Foley,
t'ouiiselor Win. U. Gilbert.
Marshal L. 11. Meyer,
.tlornoy WlllUm lleudrlck.
Boiuo or ALnxuaiK
First Ward-Wui. JlcHale.T. M. Klmbrongh.
Second Ward- Jusau lliuklo, C. N. Uuebes
Third Ward-lJ. F, Hlake, John Wood.
Fourth Ward Charles O. Palier, Adolph Bwo-
Kiftb Ward-T. W. Halllday. Ernest B. Pottlt.
Circuit J iidgoD. J. linker.
Circuit Clerk A. II. Irvin.
County Judge J. U. hobluson.
Comity Clerk 8. J. Iluiiiui.
County Attorney J . M. Damron.
County Truasurer Miles W. Parker,
rilurlif Johu Hodges.
Coroner K. Flt.geralrt
ConntjCoinmiesloniirs T. W. Ilalildiiy, J. II.
Mulcahey and Peter aut.
CAIRO BAPTIST. -Corner Tenth and Poplar
streets; preaching first and ttilrd Sunday in
each mouth, 11 a. in. and 7:'V) a. in.; prayer meet,
lug Thursday, 7 ::X) p. m. ; Sunilay school, ::iu .m
Rev. A. .1, HESS Pustor.
CDUHCU OF THE REDEEM EH (Episcopal
Fourteenth street; Sunday 7:fa in.. Holy
Communion 10:30 a. m.. M-in.ing Prayers 11 . 111. ,
Sunday school A p. m., Evening 1'rayers 7:n p.m.
F. P. iiuvenport, 8. T. 11. lienor.
IMHHT VISSIONAKV HAITIHT rUIMIP!l
r Preaching at 10:80 a. n, 8 p. in., and 7:80 p. in. 1
.-inmiaiu senuoi at 1 : p. ni uev, 1. j, nuores,
IL'THEHAN-Thlrteenth strtet; services Sal
J bath 1:30 a. m. ; Sunday school 2 p m. Key.
MK IUODTST-Cor. KighlP and WaibUt streets,
Preaching Sabbath 11 :). in. fcnd7:'30 p.m.
unday hebuoi at H:Oyp.m. Itev. J. A. Scarlett,
I RKSliYTKKIAN Eighth street; preacnljg on
I Cabbath at ll:isj a. m. and 7:S0p. m.; prayer
iiuetlug Wednesday at 7:3'! p. m.; Suuday school
tt 3 p.m. Rev B.V. George, pastor.
ST. JOSEPH S--(Unman Catholic.) Corner Cross
and Walnut streets; services Sa'ibath 10:80 a.
n.; Sunday School at 2 p.m.; Vespers 3 p. m. ; ser
nces evry day at 8 a. m. Hov. U Lara, Priest.
CT. PATRICK'S -- Roman Catholic) Comer Ninth
J sireet and Washington aveuue; services Sab
oath 8 and 10 a. m.; Vesper 3 p. m.; Sunday School
I p. m. service every day at 8 a. m. Hev. Miutterson
K. K. TIME CARD AT CAIUU.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. It.
TKAIK IlIPABT. TKANS A;IIIV.
Mali 3:03 a.m MMall 4:05 a.m
Airoin'dation.ll:M a.m Kxures 11:10 a.m
tfcrpress p.m AccmdatluM..4:15 p.m
C. ST. L. Jt N. O. R. H. (Jackson R iute).
4:4 a.m 1 1 Mull .. .. 4 3,')p.m
'Lxpress 10:) m 1 1 Express 10::jo am
rAt'modaltnn 3: To p. 111
ST. L. l'. K. R. (Narrow Gauge.)
Express D.I.Ia.u risprss 4:S4p.m
Accom'datlon. l:otip.m 1 Accom'daitoi. 11:40 a.m
ST.L . I. M. 4 8. l. R
rBxpress K:3p.m tExpress 2:3'j p m
WABASH. ST. LOUIS PACIFIC ICY CO.
Mall A Ks .... S:J vw I Mall A Ex.... :.Vi p.ia
Accom'datlon I :U p.m I Accom'datlon bi::iO a.m
Freight ...7:15a m. Freight .r p.m.
Dally except Sunday, t Dniy.
MOBILE OHIO R.
Mall .i:.5 a. in. Mall....,
..9:10 p. m . 'A
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R.R.
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
Ol ANO ArTKIl HOIIDAr, ocroHKK 21.
Express and Mall leaves Cairo, every day er.-rpt
Sunday, at 8:15 a. m. Arriv.s at Kast St. Louis at
8:20 p. m Arrive at Cairo at 4::p. m
Accommodation arrives at 11; :Vi a. m. and de
parts at 1 :u p. m.
LLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest aud Qaickcst Route
St, Louis and Cliicago,
Tho Onlv Xjino Kunuin
O DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Connection
Tiuins Lrati Caiko:
:05 it m. Mivil,
Arriving In . Louis 9.45 a.m. ; Chicago, H:30 p.m.;
Connect g at Odin aud Kfllngham for Cincin
nati, L lsvlilo, Iudiaiiiipolis and points Eart.
11:1 i ii.m. Ht. IiOuiH ami V'tHtfrn
Arriving in St. Louis 7 :0N p. m., and connecting
for all points West.
,'J:DO p.m. J 'tint J0xiir'n.
Fir St. Louis and Chicago, arriving at St. Louis
lu M0 p.m., aud Chicago 7 :20 a m
:j:f) p.m. CincinriHti F.xprdss.
rrlvliig at Clnclunatl 7:00 a.m.; Louisville 6:!5
a.m.; Indianapolis 4:ik1 a.m. Passengers by
this train reach the above points 1 U to 3ti
lloUltS In advance ol any other route.
m, extiress has PULLMAN
M.KF.PING CAK Cairo to Cincinnati, without
changes, and through sleepers lo St. Louis aud
Fust Timo J-iast,.
P'l Wlll(ril'U ,,T ,ul'' ll,l! go through to Knst.
1 UD.i, II ftl eru points without any delay
.'aiised by Sunday Intervening. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrives In new Yo'k Monday
uorulug at 10:8.". Thirty-six liuurf In advance of
nv other route.
VFor through tickets and furO.ur information,
tpplyat Illinois Central Railroad Depot. Cairo.
,t. II. JON K, Ticket Agent,
i. II. HANSON. (Inn. Pass. Agent, tl icago