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Communism in Africa.
The traveler, eoinin fivsh from Eu
rope into Datnarulanil. is struck by the
complete communistic freedom with
wliieh every man appropriates the laud
nnd its natural proilueU. Hoads have
been worn through the thickets by foot
luen and the heavy ox-wagon, and the
chief villages are eonneeted by a kind
of highway, but no one is obliged to
keep the roads if he does not want to.
They are of no more nignifieance than
the zebra or rhinoceros tracks which
led to the drinking-phces before man
appeared in the country, arid there is
no reason why the traveler should not
make a new road at pleasure. The
pasturage is free fur the teamster's
hungrvrcaUle, the wood for the tire
needed to cook his supper. If a stray
Fimrk sets the gra-s on lire, no one
thinks of complaining; if a hunter com
mits devastation among the game, the
native may grumble at the waste, but
lie will not imagine that his rights are
trepased upon, or venture to inter
fere with the proceedings. The game
is as much the strange hunter's as his.
Jf one sees a spot that pleases him he is
at liljerty to settle upon it, ami build
himself a house there. If any objection
is made to the stranger, nothing worso
happen than that something unreason
able is demanded of him, in the same
way that people in other parts of the
world are not ashamed to overreach
strangers: this is not so easily done,
however, if the intruder is a native or a
member of the same tribe; and even a
stranger, if he does not allow himself to
be seared away, is at last permitted to
remain und'sinrbeil. Whoever settles
in any particular spot must, however,
cjtect that other persons, finding it
well supplied with water and pasturage
will bring their bi rds there too; and it
is the pructiee of the llercro, when they
wish i p t rid of an unwelcome neigh
bor, notwithstanding their communism,
to brlnir up so many herds and establish
so many cntlle-ranges about his house
that he beeoiip s disputed witli the
frepieut intrusions, nnd is obliged to
go nway from the exhausted tract.
Some of the llerero chiefs have recently
U-gun to drive single settlers away by
foree, hill they jife netliated ,y ulterior
political views. The people are not dis
posed to grudge a stranger the particu
lar spot of land he, nccupio-,, hut they
wish to drive foreigners out, of the
country altogether. An incident from
Daniaru lustorv will In in to illustrate
the extent to which this sense of cum
numistn goes. When the lb ivros had
succeeded, after nine years of warfare,
in shaking oil" the domination of the N.i
iiiaitias, to whom they had previously
been subjected, the Naiiuiijiia chief, Jan
Afrikaner, ukcd the missionaries to
help lil in make a peace w ith ihctn. The
missionaries propo-ed that the two
parties should li x a boundary between
themselves, which they would both re
Hpcct. Ihith refused to do this. They
were rendv to make a peace, tin y said,
and keep it, but they would luit the
land, over which they had fou.',l,i so
hard, In common. The Hereto chief,
Katniiherero, declared rcpesticdly that
Jan might live in uny pail of the land
lie chose after the jieace, and that he
should exnect a fair proportion of his
own people to ho allowed to live In Jan'n
land. 'J he pem-o coniraeted on these
terms lnsted fully ten yvarn.Jnlfir
"Reach mo down that Webster, rat,"
Raid onn of our lalelv-elecled Judges to
Ms clerk: "One of tlilm dog-pineifthav-Ing
newspaper has been libeling uie,
and, bo Inhere, I won't Mtuid it. Tho
thaving blackguard call me a forensic
light.' Sun I'lntnUco Aw$-LvtUr.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Judging by Appearances.
Toil may notch It on do palln'i as a mighty
To iniiko your Judgment by doclo'odat advert
up a man;
For 1 hardly n'od to Udl you how you ofUm
A fifty-dollar awhile on a twenty-dollar hosa.
An' wulli'inindolowgrouii', you illsklver as
iJut do tines shuck may hide do rocancs nub
bin In a row!
I never Judge o' people dat I meota along de
By do places whardeycome fum and do hous
es whar div stay;
For do Imntiim rhickcii'i awful fond o' roostlu
vtretty high, ,
An' tfe turkey buzzard galls above do eagle in
Dey kiddies' llttlo mlnners in do middle of do
An' you finds de smallea' possum up do blggos
kind o' treol . .
J. A. Macon,
One bitter cold night in tho February
of 1872, I quitted my comfortable Btudy
for tho purpose of ensconcing myself
behind a white tie ami encasing my slim
person in those stereotyped sablo gar
ments which cry ''Open sesame," at tho
portals of society.
My friends, the Wilkins, were indulg
ing in a grand ball, nnd I could not po
litely refuse to go. Vainly I pleaded a
necessity for reading up a case with
which the eminent linn of Tozer & liul
sonie had intrusted me. Vainly I de
clared to Wilkin, upon the honor of a
man and brother, that I was ''outofthat
sort of thing;" that I had read that nar
ticular chapter in the Book of Life clean
through ad voo usxne ad mala, and that
J was good for the mahogany; he did
n't, or rather wouldn't, see it, and with
n sense of bitter injury at my heart nnd
an unmistakable sense of frost on tho
tip of my nose, I pulled myself together,
dressed hurriedly, nnd arrived at liar
ley street in a humor the very reverse of
amiable, and with the full determina
tion of merely showing myself to Mrs.
Wilkin, imbibing a glass or perhaps two
of sherry, and getting back to resume
tho perusal of a novel.
L hommc proposes. The crush had not
been as yet well turned on, so my ascent
to the drawing-rooms was no very ditli
Upon tho lobby Mrs. Wilkin was
standing, behind a huge bouquet, and
Wilkin was prowling in the immediate
vicinity, with the air of a man who has
succeeded in losing half a sovereign and
was engaged in looking for it as though
he wanted it very badly.
"Ah, Mr. Brookley! 'I'm so glad that
you have come. Freddy toldnic that
vou were doubtful all clever men are,
but you know I always believe in you
and I look to your aid to make this af
fair go off well."
I groaned iu spirit. This meant stop
ping till all the candles were snuffed
out until iii.1 tallow-faced green gro
cers were paid off until the milkman
arrived tit the area railings, nnd until I
should be jibed by disappointed cabbies
as "the cove as was a-piayin' the plan
ner." '15y-thc-wav, Brookley, there's a lit
tle Irish girt stopping here, a Miss
Blake. Come and I'll introduce you as
a friend o' mine." observed Wilkin,
dragging me, bon gre, mul gre, toward
a mass of tulle illusion, surmounted by
a bunch of while flowers.
Now any Irish girl whom I had hither
to been fortunate enough to meet, .had
somehow or another, been always too
much for me.
I held back much after the fashion oi
a dog being led tQ . corporeal punish
ment through the medium of a collar
and a string bowed a grim, ungainly
bow, nnd proceeded to fiddle with the
buttons of a pair of soiled, bulgy gloves
and to glare In every direction save that
supjiosed-to be occupied by Mrs. Wil-
kin s Hibernian guest.
At this juncture an attenuated, wax-on-looking,
half-fed artist hung in chains
and clad in garments shining with grease
and threadbare from age, proceeded to
pound away upon tho piano, aided and
abetted bv a pudgy man, who appear
ed to be blowing his whole person into
a battered cornucopia, and another con
spirator, who discharged his duties to
society nnd to Wilkin by dolefully scrap
ing upon a violoncello. 1
"This is our quadrille," exclaimed a
sweet voice at my elbow, with just a
touch of tho brogue pervading it like a
perfume; and a soft little liana placed It
self confidingly upon my arm.
I bail not asked her to dance she had
evidently taken it for granted. Would I
say that I never danced? that I had
sprained my foot? or invent some patent
and plausible excuse? No! It would not
be fair to mine hostess, so I sullenly re
signed myself to my fate.
"This is mv first visit in London,"
chirped Miss Blake.
"I live in the wilds of Connemara."
"1 wish you were there just now,"was
my inner thought.
"It's the wildest place on the face of
tlit) earth, and the loveliest but won't
you try to secure a vis-a-vi?"
I compound with a pink-faced youth,
who was in the talons of a tall, lenn,
vulturelike woman, to face me in the
forthcoming melancholy ceremony and
to assist in carrying out iu sad solemn
ities in all their 'funeral details.
"Have vou ever visited Ireland, Mr.
Brookley?" asked Miss Blake, at tho
conclusion of the first figure.
"1 should think not. Ireland is a
The moment tho words escaped from
my lips I could have parted with a good
ileal of ready money to have been ena
bled to draw them back again. They
were childish, rude, ungentlenian-like,
and I turned to her to apologize
The hot Hush was upon her check, tho
little hands were clenched until tho
gloves threatened to "burst up," and her
llashing eyes met minu as she hotly retorted,-
''You must bo an English boor to sny
The pm nail commenced, and, to uso
a Hinge phraso, Miss Blako "went on."
What, h charming figure! What an ele
gant turn of the head! What grace in
. ii . . .
evuiy movement! i nan cominiuou a
thrice-accursed mislakn, and I felt it
She) Went thl'otlirh Ibn inllin fl in i en
alone. She would not deign to take
lo touch my outstretched hand. 1 had
no words at will to cudgel Into a proper
form of apology, and I was bewildered
by her beauty. Lovely bluo rye, with
CAIRO. BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORMNH, MARCH si, 1883.
sweeping blue-black lashes; a dainty lit
tle nose, with a rose-bud mouth, ami
teeth like, mullled diamonds; radiant
brown hair in massive plaits and her
Wo did not speak during tho quad
rille Tho pink-faced youth-rconfoiind
nis Impudence struck1 up an acquaint
anceship with her, and treated tho vulture-looking
woman badly. I felt in
dined to hurl him at his partner, impalo
aim upon her nose, and rush frantically
from the room.
The charming disdain with which I
i ti.i i
was treat ou nv miss wiiko renuerou mo
more miserable, and it was only when
he laws of society compelled her, at
bo conclusion of tho dance, to take my
arm, in oruer to oe conuuciea to mo
place from whence sho camo that I ven
tured to explain:
I implore of you to lorgivo me l dul
not khow what 1 was saying 1 am
worso than a boor. Hear mo for ono
moment ;" and in a few eager words I
honestly revealed to her thoTrritatedand
inflamed condition of my wind, upon
finding myself stranded in a scene so ut
terly at variance with my mood, and
compelled, as it were, to drink tho bit
ter cup to the uttermost drep.
My pleading was full of the redecnl
inir liilliienee of earnestness, and I suc
ceeded in achieving her forgiveness.
She danced with me again and again. I
saw tho candles snuffed out, beheld the
tallow-faced green grocers paid, met
the morning milkman without flinching.,
and returned tho playful banter of the
cabbies iu a mood so different from that
which I had pictured to myself a few
short hours previous, that
Pshaw! who can control tho inner
mechanism of tho heart?
The car was pretty well crowded and
upon one side among the occupants was
a sergeant of a military regiment pro
ceeding to the depot station at Galway.
This brave son of Mars was seated be
side a very good looking young girl, to
whom he paid th'e most cliivnlrous and
marked attention. Now it was the ser
geant's habit, at intervals along the
road, to bound gayly from the car. enter
a shebeen, remain there a few minutes,
and then rejoin the vehicle, betraying
all tho symptoms of having "taken" a
little refreshment during his temporary
absence. His attentions became more
marked as we proceeded on our journey
and such exclamations as "(ielong ow
o' that snrgiut," "Lave mo alone,"
"Singlo yer freedom an' double yer dis
tance," tended to prove the gallant war
rior's potations were carrying him be
yond the laws of conventionalism. At
length, after a playful but elephantine
effort to snatch a kiss, tho young lady
indignantly appealed to the'driver.
"Mist her IJcmpsey, I'd have ye to
call this young man. He's insultin' me,
Thus appealed to, Mr. Dempsey quiet
ly turned in his seat, and eyeing the
sergeant rather sternly, exclaimed,
"See here, now, sargint, av you don't
lavo that young woman alone, I'll take
them three stripes off yer back.
A roar of laughter from all the occu
pants of the vehicle followed this sally,
in which the sergeant joined in with a
hearty good will that demonstrated how
he enjoyed the observation, although it
told against himself.
"Are ye expected at Boljolderun,
"Well yes oh, yes, certainly," I re
plied somewhat confusedly. 1
'l er an r.ngitsn gentleman uy yer way
av talkin', sir?"
"Yes, I'm English." .
"Maybe yer from Loudon, sir?"
An' seen Miss Kitty over there.
Hero ho irave a prolonged whistle,
which might have been iuteuded for the
lorses, but I felt that it bore direct rei-
erence to mvself.
'Troth, thin, you are expected, sir,
an there ll ne ongnt eyes ana rea
cheeks at the cross-roads whin we rach
there, or I'm boccagh Miss Kitty will
be there, sir, In her pony carriage."
I really did not know whether to be
amused or annoyed.
"You seem to be very well awaro of
Miss Blake's movements, Mr. Demp
"Arran, diun tsne ten me ncrseii, mo
era) hire? Didn t she say to me, says
she, Dimpsey, take care of a very hand
some young gintleman that's coming to
see me from London, says she. 'is it
the gintleman that I posted all tho let
ters to in West port, miss?' '(io ow o'
that, Dimpsey, savs she. Binran'-agersl
why unln t ye tell me yo wor Aiistner
Brookley and I'd have roused the grid
dle for ve, an' no mistake?''
I could have taken Phil Dempsey to
mv arms and cherished him.
Begorra! there's the crass-roads and
there's Miss K'uty in her basket shan-
lruilau like a pitavteeereel. Didn't I
tell ve, sir, how it wild be?"
'1 tuk good care av him, miss," ob
served that worthy, in a lone known as
a pig's whisper, "but he was as wild as
a young conlt in me hands; bill bo's a
nice man, and a tiiec-inanncrcd man nnd
wish ycz joy."
"Stupid creature! I never can under
stand him," said Kitty Blake, with a
sauev toss of her head; "1 am afraid he
has been taking the mountain dew as he
At, this crisis we wt re ioitied bv Mr.
Blake pur a splendid specimen tAnnkr
fitinilins who welcomed me lo Connc-
tnara, com union.; my portmanteau was
placed in the basket carriage, and K'tty
rattled away with it, leaving me lownlk
across the mountain to the hall. And
such n mountain.: bare, Ideak and pre
cipitous: and for any step I made in ad
vance, i mane i wo in the opposite direc
tion; hut pushed bravely on, and sac
rificed a bran new pair of" patent leather
buttoned hoots during the excruciating
process. But what eared I for hoots, or
mountain, or physical anguish? Was
there not love-llghf in the eve of Kiltv
Blake? Was I not approachi'mrd,,, j,,.(.
ca of my hopes? "
,rI,r'ni;li,l,,,Ml, ,n, ,""",h "l l'"liohlcruu
Hall and I held Ihestereotyped interview
with Blake jure in his' Mudv, which
terminated most satisfactorily.' And
l am to return to Conneiuiira and
claim tho hand of the sweet lilt,, Irish
girl who called mo an English boor.
A small boy, who was plaviter tnmn
the other day, when iiskc.1 if de wouldn't
geta whipping whet, he .got hmne, ro
plied: "What Is five iniiitites 'licking to
live hours of fun?" There 1. foodfc
I'clloctiou iu this.
. ii pi i - ... , - ,.
The Poor Success of the Silent Barber.
"Sileneo is not golden In a harbor
shop," remarked Jim Bass, tho barber
ami colored philosopher of Twenty-second
street and Chirk avenuo. "Men
like to be talked to when they're getting:
shaved or having their hair cut. I used
to have a barber namcdjaekson, tho
quietest ftdlow you ever saw. Ho
wouldn't tipen his mouth to speak un
less Spoken to first. Why, my custom
ers, after he'd got through with 'em,
would come over to mo and ask if that
barber was mad or full bad about any
thing. They didn't like it at all. You
see most of 'cm had been used to being
shaved by me, and if they said one
word to me I'd say seven. Yes, sir,
there's nothing like knowing how to
talk. Of course you've got to have a
little discretion about you and know just
when to buz a man. I can always tell
by the first tiling a man says after ho
gets into my chair whether Iiu'll stand
talking to or not. If ho answers mo
pleasantly I lay myself out and cover
the subjects of public interest; but if ho
simply grunts, 1 shut my mouth and let
him alone. St. Louis 1'ost-Dispatch,
It is easy enough to figure that in
.r)0,i)i0 years more the world won't hold
its population, but aro not the doctors
going to ,cep right on reducing the
population!1 Di tndt Free 1'rvns.
THE GREAT GERMAN
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rpAX PUKCiUSKU'8 NOTICE.
To John Fordyee, AlbortG. Phllltpa, Thouia Far-
uu niuuiivi nazaro, or any omer person or
YOU HTU hflPilllV niktlft.iit thul u C.ilo nf 1aI
KAtatu, Intlm county ot Alexander anil Htnte of
llllmilH, bulil hythH coiintv colleciorof wild conn
ty, nt tho Houih-wi atorly door nf tho court housti
iiiiunciiv or imro, in sum couutv and itate, on
theSlth day of .Hint), A. i). IHsl, Martin Urown
piirrliBBml the fiillnwln ilu-crihud run I ntata hiire-
lliaflur dVHl'rllied. ItllHlml III tin. rnnnlv ..r Al.iv.
Hurler ami State i f I lunula, fur the taxes due and
ni'itm uiereon ror mo auverai yeurs h Delow set
forth, together with pHimltlns and costi dim
the nun. mtld real imtiita linliiif im.wl In ih.n.ni.
of ih.i perron napectively, as below set fortb,
Aml that the time allowud by law for til.) re.
di'inpilon of raid real earatu will expire on the
4tn uny or June, . iss.t.
M M1TIS, HHOWN. Purchaser.
Calw, Ms., March l-'b. A.I). IdKl.
ASTER S SALE.
Mat of Illinois,
Circuit Court of Alex
ander cuiiuty. Iu chan
County of Alexander
Wil lo Maud Perkins
Uenrv T. Jackson and Arra Jackson,
Public notice Is hereby gifi n, that, m (jursuame
of decree made and entered by aaiil court iu the
above entitled cause, tin the isih daj of October,
A.i). IHs-i, I, Alexander II Irvln. mister In chan
cery ol the saldcir uncurl or Alexander county,
WKDNKsIMY, THE !STtl DAY Ur MAUCli,
ISsU, at the hour uf 11 o'clock In the
forenoon, at the southwesterly door
of the court housi., in the city ol Cairo, county of
Alexander, unit state nf Ibinolr, sell at public auc
tion to the hlirhcrt and bert bidder, for riirh, all
and.aingnlar, the following described premln a and
real ertaie In said decree urnlloni d, mtuate In said
county of Alexander and r'nle nf Ulinoir.
or so much thereof as shall be snitli lent to satisfy
said decree, to-wlt : Southeast, quarter of tue
northwest qnarterof ect ouNo. fomil), in twn
ship No. seventeen (IT i. south and In raugetwo
(tf). wert of the third principal mererlian
Dated, Cairo, III., March Mb. hm
Master iu Chancery.
6. P. Wheuler, Complainant's solicitor.
X Pl'RCIIASBIt'S NOTICE.
To the heirs of Thomas Martaln, deceased, or auy
other person or persons interested :
You are hereby notitled that al a sale ol real es
tate, in the county of Alexauder and statu nf Illi
nois, held hy ihe county collector of shIi! county,
at the southwesterly door of the court bouse In the
city of Cairo. In said county and state, on tlio&ud
day of June, A I). ISM, John W. Martalu pur
chased the following described real estate situated
in the county of Alexauder aud state of Illinois, for
the taxes due and nupald thereon for the year A .
I). together with penalties and costs ; sale)
real estate being taed In the name of 1 nomas
Msrtaln. to-wlt: An undivided four-aeventh tutor
ial in tbenorhiS't quarter of the southwest quar.
terof section number twenty-eight C2n), township
rlxteeu (lfli, raur.e two ('.'). west; sn nndlvlrtenl
fimr-suVKUths Interest oft" wort elite of tho south
east qnarter of the 8. quarterof section num
ber twenty-eight (. township sixteen
(til), range two (2), west; an un
divided fonr-sevenths Interest In the
southeast quarter of tho northwest qnarter of sec
tlou number thlrty-threo (in, township sixteen
(16), range two (3 1, west, and an undivided four
sevenths Interest iu the northeast quarter of tbo
northwest qnarter of section number thirty-three
(.'Hi, township sixteen (11). range two (.') west.
The time allowed by law for the redemption of
said real eiMe will expire on the -Mud day of
Juno, A. V. HSU.
JOHN W. MARTAIN, Purchaser.
Cairo, Ilia., March I'uh, A. O. lss-1
ClTT Clxiik's OfFIC'8,
Caiho, III., March 14th
188 1, f
Public notice Is hereby given that on Tuesday tho
17(1 uay or April, a. u.
IKs.l, a general election
will be held In the cly of Cairo, county of Alexan
der, statu or Illinois, ror tue election or Ihu follow
ing named officers, vl: A mayor, city clerk, city
treasurer, cliy attorney aud one alderniau from
each of the uve wards of the city. For the pur
pose of said election polls w 11 be opened at the
following named places, vlr.:, In the First ward, at
the englue house of the Arab lire company ; In the
Second ward, at tho engine bouse of the ituuuh
and Heady fire company ; In the T hird ward, tt the
engine house of the Hibernian flru companv; In
the Fourth ward, at the court house; in tho Fifth
ward, at the cniflnu house of the Auch"r f re coin
puny. Sutd election will ho opened at eliht
o'clock In the morning and continue opened until
seven o'clock in tho afternoon ol samn ear
Ity order of the city couucli. D. J. KoLRV,
H.OVR, WRAIN AND HAY
15gy ptiau Flouring Mil li
HiThNt Cash Prlc PmM for
BEST W Ai
IS MAN OFACTUKBD BY
FISH BEOS. Si 00.,
WE MAKE EVERY VAHIBTY OK
Farm, Freight and Spring Wagons,
nd by ronflnlngnnrsolves strictly to one class of work; by employing "one but tho noiit
of WOllKMItN, using nothing but FIRHT-OLASH 1MPIIOVKI) MACllINKItY nnd tho Vl'.ltx
1IEST ot SULKCTKD T1MI1KU, 2nd by A THOROUGH KNOWLHDUK of thu busluoss, wo huve
Justly earned thu reputation of nmklng
"THE BEST WAGON ON WHEELS."
Manufacturer have abolished tho warranty, but Agents may, on Iholr own responsibility, glvo
the following warranty with each wagon, if sn agreed)
W Hereby Warrant the FIRII BROS. WAOON No ..to be will matin in overy partlc-
nlar and of 'rood material, and that tho strongth of the s.imo Is sumuletit for nil work with fair
usage. Should any breakage oeour within one year from this dutu by reason of defoctlve muter al
or worknmnslilp, repairs for tho tamo will bo furnished at place of siilu, Iron of charge, or tho
prlt of said repairs, as por agent' price list, will bo paid in cash by the purchusur producing a
ample ot the broken or dufuutivt parts ou evidence.
Knowing w sun ult vou, w Mlicit patronage from pyory sectlor i rfj t tho United Statu. Bond
lor Price ud Terms, aud lot too u( TUK UACiNB AORICULTUBI8T, to
rntes suu iuiu, auu w wj. vt BHOI. Y io., UcllW, W1J.
Mayor N. B. Thistlcwood.
rnasuDr T J. Kerth.
Clerk DtnnU. J, Foley .
Counselor--Wm. 11. lillbert.
Marshal I., li. Meyers,
Atturuey WlllUru Hendricks.
III! Alll or ALUSKMaN
First Ward Win. McIUlo. T. M . Kliuhrongh.
Second Ward- J
Third Ward-. F, Hluke, John Wood.
Fourth Ward Charles 0. Putter, Adoiph Swo
bods. Fifth Ward-T. W. Ilalllday, Ermslfl. Pettlt.
Circuit Judge D.J. linker.
Circuit Clerk A. 11. Irvln.
Couuty Judge J. II. Robinson.
County Clerk H.J. Iluium.
County Attorney J. M. lJun.roe.
t'oiinly Treasurer .Mllu W. Parker.
ShiirllT John llodges.
Coroner K. Fltisgerala
County CommlrsionerHT. W. Ilalllday, J. 11,
Mulcahey aud Peter sauu.
CAIRO BAPTIST. -Corner Tenth and poplar
streets; preaching first aud talnl Snudas in
each moulb, 11 a. m. and 7::H) p. in.: prayer meet
liigTburiday,T:3Up, ra. ; Suiiduir i huol, i:m s.ro
Rev. A. .1. II BSS Pastor.
CIIt'RCH OF TUB RKDKK.M a R (Kplscopal
Fourteenth street; Sunday 7 fioa m.. Holy
Communion 10 ::iO a . m,, M'.umg Prayers 11 a, m.,
Sunday school 8 p. m., Kvenlng Prayers 7: p.m.
V. P. Davenport, 8. X. ll. lliclor.
niRST MISSIONARY UAPTIST CIJCRCII.
1 Preaching at 10:30 a. a.., 6 p. in., and ?:3o p. in.
Sabbath school at 7:0 p. iu Rev. T. J. Shores,
I L'THKRAN-Thlrteeiith stt
Rev. I j bathl:! a. m.; Sunday
school t p ai.
II KTUOBJbT Cor. Elghtl- and Walnut streets,
ll preaching Sabbaih ll:iiia. in. aiid7:tll p.m.
nnday School at d:uo p m. Rev. J. A. Scarieu,
MRKSHYTKR1AN-fclghtu stiect; prracnlug on
I Sitbhatb at 1I:mi a. in m il 7:ip. m ; prnver
ueetlng Wednesday at 7.3') p.m.; Sunday Schuol
it Hp. hi. Rev H. V. ijcore, psstor.
S" T. JOSKf'H s Roman Cathoitr) Corner Cross
and Walnut rtr.-tr; servie-s ;ia,ibuib ltl:fli).
n.; Sunday School at i p.
rices every dn at a a m.
ni. ; fillers i n. m. ; ser-
Ki'V. O llara, Priest.
CT. PATRICK S-
-I Roman Ca;hiilic i Corner Ninth
J street ann n asnu,i:nn avei.uts:
ualh H aud lo a. m. ; Vesprr i p. ir.. ; Snnduy school
! p. ra. services every day at a a ra. Rev. M.Litetaim
I!. II. TIMKCaIu) A1AUi(J-
I L 1. 1 N 01 S.C K N T R A I. K. U.
i r. s i r. iiKl'AHr.
Arcom.'datliiD.lt :10 a m
(Express 8:.r! p. in
C. Sr. L. & N. O. It
t.Mall 4:r a m
rExpress l'lMita m
lAc'modaliou 3: TO p.ui
ST. L.i C. it. H
tMii! ....4;' a.m
I: Hirers ........11:11) a.n
Acorn datum . .4 :lfi p. tu
R. (Jai kson U'jule).
t Mni I . .. I.Jip.m
ttxiiresr lo:;iu a m
l.N arrow Gnuce )
Accom'iUt'.on. 1 :ii y.ia t 'Accom'dation M :4e a m
ST. L , I. M AS It . H
tExpress li'-lop.in ItExpresr 2:;J'i o in
WAHASII, ST. I.nfHit PACIFIC RY CO.
Mill A K .... 5:'J via I '.Mali A Kx..., Sr:-,i p m
Accoin'dation t:(i p in I 'A' co'ii'dallun Ri'So a.m
Freight ...7:l.'i a.m. Freight e-4' p.m.
Daily except Sunday, t Da.lj'.
MOBILE OHIO H. If
. a. in. I Mai)
.9:10 p. m .
ST. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAINS RCN AS FOLLOWS.
OSANUAPTEH M )1BAir, OCHBKK J I.
Express aud Mall leaves Cairo, evyry day except
Sunday, at S:15 a m. Arnv.t at Kurt Si. Louis at
8:3) p. m Arrives at Cairo at l:,ip. rn.
Accorumodatlou arrives al ll;4d a. m. and dc
parts at l:'Hj p. in.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
TuraSi- - in
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv -Liiuo Jlunninuj
0 DAILY TRAILS
Making Dikkct Connkotion
Truiss Liavi Caiihi:
;Oi"j it rn. Mull.
Arriving In . Louis 9'4.1 am. : Chicago, S .30 p.m. ;
Connect g at Odin and UJii.guaiii for Cincin
nati, L lavlile, lud'.aiii.puhs aLd points Kart.
11:1 I U.tn. ttt. Ironist nnd WMtrrn
Arriving in St. LouU7:U, p. in., and connecting
for all points West.
U:t5() p.m. Kimt i'-xpiesa
rOrSt. Luuli nnd Chicago, arriving at St. Louie
10:40 p.m., and Chicago T:jii a m.
p.m. (iruiinnriti Pxrfi.
Arriving at Clnrlr.nnti 7:im a.m.; Louisvillo ri:S5
a.m.; Indlanapo'ls 4:o5 a.m. I lissenvrers by
this train reach the aliovo points 1 y to 3tl
HOURS In advance ol ,iny other roiile.
If"The3:mi p. m. express has PULLMAN
M.hKPINO CAR Cairo to Clncinna l, without
changes, and through slue purs lo St, Louis and
Fast Time Knsl.
1'it siwi.ll o n Vsl hJ tMf ",,u R" "'rough to Hast.
1 tl.i.M. IIlJ,t. I urn points wliliout any delay
CAiised bv Suiidav intervciiliur.
T he Saturday after
n new York Monday
ooon train from Cairo arrHes in new York .Monday
norulug at 111:35,
Thirty-". x houraln advance of
nv oilier rouiu.
1 vyl'or through tickets slid furlber Information,
tplyat Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
J. II. JON B8, Ticket Agent.
A. II. HANSON. Gen. Pass. Agent. Chicago