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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
BLACK ON KAILEOADS.
His Argnmeut id Tavor of an Anti-Dia-
crimination Treiht Bill-How East
and Control Oormpt Legia
latures. In a recent argument buforo the Penn
pylvania Seimto Jiulifiary Committee,
l!x-.Tui!ge Jeremiah S. Islaek, in tho
prenenco of prominent railroad mon
Biiid in a sociable, conversational wayi
"Thero is now," he said, ''an irrepres
iblo conflict between railroads and
their adherents on tho ono side and the
rights of tho peoplo to tho nso of their
own publio highwnys on tho other. I
believe that the Gordon bill ought to
pass, but I don't mean in its present
shapo, bjs there aro omissions and inad
vertences about it. When tho constitu
tional provision which this bill propos
es to enforce waa proposed in the con
vention there was no animosity or bitter
feeling against railroads. Thoso cor-
fiorations were well represented and de
ended there, Mr. Cuyler represented
tho Pennsylvania Railroad. That cor
poration caused his election. Tho next
greatest corporation in tho State had its
r t ! i ...i .i. st- n
own X resilient im mc ikiui, iui. vruvruu.
If either of those gentlemen had been
able to point out a single lettorthat was
unjustly harsh or severe upon tho rail
roads it would have been stricken out
by a unanimous vote. Neithor of them
Btiggestcd that tho rights of the railroads
were about to be eudangerod. , It was
argued there, however, that florae of
these railroads, having been chartered
witli certain privileges, could make
rates to suit themselves.
" a reasonable limit to charges.
'I hold that a railroad charter with-
Iont a reasonable limit to charges is void.
The road is not a public highway if tho
managers may charge whatever they ,
please. That" was settled as early as
1831 in tho first great railroad case that
ever came before tho courts tho caso
of Uonaparte against the Camden & Ara
boy Railroad Company. To say the
State cannot save tho people from such
extortion and fraud is to utter a prepos
terous absurdity. By the right of em
inent domain the State always has the
power to abate a monopoly. You can
regulate tho railroads just as you can
hnekdrivcrs. The opinion of Judge
Waite in the case of Mann against the
State of Illinois is unanswerable and
settles that point completely. Mr.
Gowcn says the railroads have great
nuwer with the courts. I don't know
how that is, but really they aro weak
and powerless in any issue that brings
tbem before the people. For every
millionaire they have made a thousand
finupers; for every man they've done a
avor to they've cheated ten thousand,
and these are the things that will be re
membered i:i a popular issue. There's
nothing in the Lord's Prayer more cor
rect than the seventeenth article of the
Constitution. Does anybody pretend
that railroad companies have a ri'ht to
munopolize not only railroads but other
business besides and fleece the country?
THE INFLUENCE OF FREE TICKETS.
"Docs anybody believe free tickets a,
good thing? I 'believe that any mem
ber of this Legislature could be influenc
ed improperly by a free ticket. These
tickets mav be worth to legislators who
aro men of business from ,li)0 to $500
a year. Now, would thee be any differ
ence in principle if Mr. Rollins came up
here with cash enough to go around
and give that much money to each
member? While you're at it don't per
mit any judge, especially any Judge of
tho Supreme Court, to take any such
accommodations. I think the judicial
integrity of the country should belike
Casar's wife not only chaste, but un
impeachable. The railroads ask you to
stop short when you come to something
hard for them to bear. A tavernkeeper
indicted fur keeping a disorderly house
knows lie's euiliv. His friends and
customers are about in be called up as
witnesses. JO know that lie will be
convicted if I hey all tell the truth. Ho
has given them many a free drink and
he promix's lln in abundance of free
rum in fm nr.- if i bee iu( H little short
ol telling tne wnoie trutn. ltiese rail
road people think that the whole Com
mon wealth was made for them. They
tell you that they are going to suffer if
justice be done. " Their unlawful profits
are to be curtailed, and that's their ob
jection. CONTEMPT FOR THE CONSTITCTIOS.
"I don't doubt their contempt for tho
Constitution is sincere. They've proved
it in many ways. A mighty banker be
fore tho Lord came up hero from Phila
delphia, to carry through tho Legisla
ture a bill that would give the corpora
tion that ho represented four millions of
tne Mate s money, to which that corpor
ation hud no more right than tho wolf
has to the mutton that it slaughters in
tho light of the moon. Certain persons
got a little startled at tho methods he
adopted. A committee asks him if ha
didn't know that corrupt solicitations of
legislators was very wrong. No, hedidn't
know any such thing. 'What,1 they ex
claimed, 'don't you know that the Con
stitution forbids it!' '0 yes,' ho replied;
'I know that there's a lot of stuff in tho
Constitution about that, but then no
body cares for tho constitution that I
know of. J hat was the training he got
on that subject by his masters before ho
left Philadelphia, and now his masters
make use of the same argument against
this bill." Judge Black then read a
paper which he had adressed to the New
York Chamber of Commerce, embody
ing his views upon certain phases of dis
crimination. "If you heard or road
Gowen's speech," ho proceeded, "you
know how gladly ho Baid that he would
aid in putting certain persons in tho
penitentiary, if the Attorney-General
would only take certain steps.
1 think' his complaints were well
founded, but he did not tell the wholo
truth, lie didn't tell how he got a mo
nopoly on the sale of coal at Philadel
phia. If he had just told us how many
hundred millions ho had taken from the
people over and above what he had a
right to wo might have been better able
to judgo whether tho Standard Coal
Company was much better than the
Standard Oil Company. In tho Town
of Yotk thero aro 100,000 tons of coal
consumed every year. In consoquonce
of the freight charged upon these coals
the consumers nay f 1 more than the
coal is sujd fur la BuHlniore, It ought)
CAIKO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MOKNIKH, MARCH 24, 1883.
to be $1 the other way, so that maltos
the actual discrimination 2 a ton, or
$200,000 a year at that one town: and
this not to keep up the railroad com
panies, but to swell the colossal fortunes
of the Directors. I believe that it's worao
in Philadelphia. I believe that tho
Reading Railroad blackmails tho pover
ty and tlio wealth alike of tho City of
Philadelphia to an extent that its appal
ling. I can't give you tho figures, but
1 trust that Mr. (iowen will bo callod
upon to do so. ; Tho only way to stop
theso outrages upon tho public is by a
prohibition with a penalty. Mr. Gowcn
and Mr. Roberta don't want to go to
tho penitentiary, and they'll never go
there. Pass a bill like Gordon's and tho
next morning every railroad man in tho
country will wako up just as honest a
man and as good a Christian as you
Tho Baby's Shoes.
Ho was a rough, home-spun looking
man, and as he tramped up and down
tho depot platform among some other
waiting passengers, ho gave occasional
utterance to disjointed sentences, such
as, "Well, I dew declare! 1 vow to
gracious!" and seemed greatly puzzled
over some knotty problem.
At last he felt iu his pocket, found an
olds tub of a lead pencil and approaching
the wall of tho depot building began to
scratch something on a smooth space on
the boards. Hurrying passengers jostled
him, tho city news boy yclledin his ear,
but ho paid no attention till a man of
his own stripe, a fanner neighbor with
an honest glowing countenance looked
over his shoulder and pointing to tho
scratches he was making, asked,
"What be they?"
. "Flggers," said the arithmetician,
"and liggers don't lie; now, you add
'em up and reckun the sum "teetotal,
and seo whnt it makes."
This was the sum:
One pound SRllerntes $ 10
one pound KroinetarUir )
A J tii nil I, urn wlcke l'
threo pounds MiKiir 24
four yurds eiillker
one new coffeo pot, .... , '
Ticket to beannvllle 0
Teetotal i l
' Thar! it reads all right," said the
man, as his friend footed it up, but there
is a balance an' I've got my ticket 'n'all;
there's a balance left over of a hull dol
lar an' it had no biziness to be, cas'
Hunnah oalkilated tho expense, and gie'
me just enough and none to spare. Vou
see what's troubling me is the fact that
there's somethin' I haven't got."
His friend persuaded him that it was
all right, that ho had paid less than lie
expected to for some article's, and that
accounted for the balance and he finally
took his scat, iu the cars and piled up
his bundles in the seat between them.
Then he began a search for his ticket.
First he took out the surplus dollar,
then a new almanac, and at last he un
earthed thebitof pasteboard; then he nut
his traps back again, and as he did so
there fell from among them a narrow
slip of white paper.
"What's that?" he a.sked aloud,
spreading the tiny bit of paper out on
the brown surface of his toil-worn hand
where it lay white, and pure like some
fair lily's petal. He turned it over in a
vain attempt to rcmeiuler what ho had
it for, and read some pencil marks on
the other side. Then he gave a loud
whoop and grabbed his hat.
"Look at that'." he shouted,, holding
the strip of paper up to the inspection
of his friend; "read it! Hannah writ
it, and I'll bo hanged ef I didn't go an 1
lorgit it. 'Length or naDy ssoje,' mat s
it, I was to get a pair of new shoes for
baby, an' ef I d-gone home without 'em
Hannah wouldn't have give me house,
room sho! Whoa, there conductor!
Letnme out! I'm going clear back up
town to get tho baby's shoes, an' if J
ain't back in a half an hour yo needn't
wait this train for me. I'll take the
next," anil he went off, looking as
pleased as possible, while his friend re
marked to the rest of the passengers:
"Sol never did have much sense, but
it seems ez if that air baby of his'n has
took away what lectio he used to hev.
I never see such a idiot!"
But there were several just such idiots
in that very car and as the broad back
of the happy father disappeared in the
distance they snuffed suspiciously and
looked after him with a half-regretful,
half envious longing expressed in theii
moistened vyun.Mr. L, llmjnc.
ANflWP.tl Tlira Ta trw.ra norarin livirwr
who ever saw a case of ague, billiousness,
nervousness, or neuralgia, or any disease of
the stomach, liver, or kidneys that Hop
Bitters will not cure?
Ia the live Cent Piece a Plagiarism?
A numismatist writes to tho Philadel
phia Time as follows: "I have before
me the new five cent piece, ami I must
fay that I feel disappointed, as I had
expected the design was new and origi
nal and the work of Col. Snowden, of
our Philadelphia iJint. But as soon as
I saw them I remembered that I had
coins of a similar design in my collec
tion. I therefore hunted them up and
I herewith send you a rubbing of the
reverse of the five reis bronze piece is
sued by Portugal in 1K0H, whicli I con
sider almost like our new piece, with
tho designs of the, wreath altered.. Tho
obverse, or head of Liberty, I find to bo
an exact counterpart of the head of
Isabella, of Spain, issued on tho four
pesos of 1861, with this difference only,
that this is a laureatod head, while ours
is a tiara.
Same as Busted.
Some months ago a Boston clothier
started his son for Nashville with stock
to open n retail store, mid the other day
a friend who knew of the circumstance,
met the father and inquired:
"Well, how dos Juke get, along?"
"Shake Is home again," was tho re-
viiory' 1 mVAUt wn" in NaNh-
"And I heard that ho was doing a
rushing business." h
"Vlmll pcesness rushed a leedlo on
der start, but linally itdropp,., 0fV until
it doan1 pay expenses."
"Aud so' Jako busted P"
"Vhell, it amounts fader same thing,
1 suppose. Derhro didn't, get half a
start peforo der engine vlina on hand!
IoorShake! Itvhas a crushing l,hw
vhen dey found a candle in H box of
shavings! He vhas so young, y 8eB"
Wall Street Daily Nam.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
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gold by Urumiliis sii.1 IMslira ov.iil.rr. Kilty Ceuta a boltlt.
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Arc You Exposed
To malarial inlluencest then protect your
system by using Parker's Ginger Tonic. It
strengthens tho liver and kidney's to throw
offniHlarisl poisons, and is good for general
debility and neivous exhaustion.
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering aud
crying with pain of cutting tcethJ If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lievo tho poor little sufferer- immed
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no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhoea, regulates the stomach aud bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the wholo system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the tsste, snd is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Muckien's Aruica salve
The B t Salve !n the world for Cut.
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt ULeuiu, Fevei
Sorts, Teller, Chapped Hands, Clnlb'ni J.
Coras, and all Skin Eruptions, and pos't'voly
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
L'5 cents pur box. For aule by Geo. V.
Those whoso deaden sousttion aud
fctupel'y the patient to relieve suffering
make a grave mistake. They proceed upon
the false idea that it is legitimate to procure
relief from piin by destroying physical
fensibility. This method, carried to the
last extremity, would kill the pHtient to
end suffering. It is not presumed thit
Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound
yill ra:sed tho dead but it often does re
store those are given up as hopeless cases.
I-ffDrtsses, cloaks, coats, stockings and
all garments can be colored successfully
with tho Diamond Dyes. Fashionable col
ors only 10c. :
"Hackmetack," a lasting and fragrant
perfutre. Price 25 and 50 cents. 13
The best and cheapest car starter is
Isold bv Borden, ."el leek & Co., St. Louis,
Mo. With it one man cao move a loaded
K. S. Gordon, Mt. Carmel, III., says: "I
have never heard a customer say that
Brown's Iron Bitters does not do all claim
ed lor it."
To ail who aro suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c.( I
will send a recipe that will cere you, fkkk
ok ciiahoe. This great remedy was
discovered ty a minister in South America.
Send a self-addressed envelope to the Hev.
Joski'ii T. In mam, Station D., New York
SiiiLon's Cur will immediately relieve
Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis.
You can keep your hair abund mt and
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Parker s Hair Balsam.
To The West.
There are a number of routes leading to
the above-mentioned section, but the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louis and
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Pslace Sleeping Cars of the very
fir em make are attached to nil trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal-
ff-r'U "oonect with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with tlio
Overland train for California.
This line oilers to parties enroutc to the
West and Northwest, liot only laHt time
mid superior accomodations, but beautiful
Kieiiciy, as it passes through the fluent por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska, Send fur
illustrated maps, pamphlets, Ac, of this
lUiO, which will be mailed free.
C. B. KfN.NAN, F. ClIANDWOn,
Ass't Geu'l Pass. Agent. Gen'l Pass Agent.
Of tho many remedies before the public
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Generative System, there is none equal to
Allen's Brain Food, whicli promptly and
permanently restores all lost vigor; it never
fails. 1 pkjf., (I for 5, At druggists.
ARE OF EVERY DAY OCCURRENCE.
Not NINOI.K INSTANCE ON ItBCOKM In the
past ,"6 years wlicrti ono of
Has boon liroken open by lunula and robbed.
Hall's Standard Patent Fire-Proof
Have NEVER FAILED to
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it laawell-knnwn fart that there ta NO HAFK
mado in tho wor d THAT OIVKH A3 dUKAT HE-
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Tliey always prnt'-ct their coiiti-nls .
Persons having Valuables t-liould not
be without a Hall's Safe.
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TKUB CO., Attiftista, maine.
ritftU of Illinois,
Inois, Clrctiit Court of Alex
ander county. Inchao
County of Ale
Wil.le Maud Ferklus
Henry T. Jackson and Airs Jackson.
Pnblto notice Is hereby eiren, that, In pursuance
of a decree made and entered by saM court In the
above entitled causa, on the IStb. day of October,
A. I). 1SS2, I, Alexander II. Irvln. masterln chan
cery ol the said cir ultCMtirtof Alexander county,
WEDNESDAY, THE 28TiI DAY OF MAKCII,
1NS2, at the hour of 11 o'clock In the
forenoon, at the southwesterly doer
of thecotirt house, in the city ot Cairo, county of
Alexander, and state of Illinois, sell at public auc
tion to the hlKhi'Ktand beet bidder, for cash, all
and,slntr.nlar, tlio followlnndoserlbed premises and
real estate In said decree mentioned, situate (n siud
county of Alexander and s ale of Illinois,
or so mncb thereof as shall be stiltlclent to satisfy
said decree, to-wlt: fSontliear't quarter of tlio
mrrthweet quarter of suction No. four (1). in town
ship No. seventeen (17i, south and in rstiiretwo
weft of the third principal meredlan
Oated, Cairo, 111., March r.th, iss;,
Master In Chancery.
8.1'. Wheeler, Complainant's Solicitor.
City Ct.KiiK's Owen, I
Caiiio, 111., March 14t i, ISS'. f
Pnblic notice Is hereby iiven lhat on Tuesday tlio
17lhdayof April, A. I. 1H3, a (jeneral election
will be held In the cl y of Cairo, county of Alexan
der, stute of Illinois, for tho election of the follow
lnu riamod olllcors, vizi A mayor, city clerk, city
treasurer, city attorney and one aidurman irom
esch of the five wards of the city. For the pnr-
fire of said election p ills w 11 be opened at he
nllowinir named places, vlu: , In the First w r 1. at
the .'nujnn house of the Arab fire comtianj : In the
tSe.ond ward, at the engine house of thu ltwuuh
su l Kea'iy Are company; In the Third war'l. '1 the
engine hoiie ef the Hibernian lire company; In
tho Fourth ward, at the court house; -n the Fifth
ward, ut ihoenylnu house of iho Anchor I re com
pany. Hnid election will bo opened at 1 1 ht
o'clock In the morntnt, and continue opened in. til
seven o'clock in tho afternoon ol same i sv
Hy order of tha city coiint'll. 1). J. FOL".Y,
18 MANDFACTUKHD BT
FSSH BROS. & CO.,
WB MAKE KVBRY VAR1HTY OF
Farm, Freight and Spring Wagons,
And by confiiilnir
And hy cotitlnlnir oursnlves strictly to one class
aj- ... . nnt i tiff hill VI HHT.I:I,AN!I 1 .YU'KU V I'.ir MAHln.IS f"i.
BKHT of hltUOTlil) TIMUEU, and by a THOROUGH. UNOWLBDUU or tue ousiueoa, wo um
l.i.tlv parnuil tha reiitiLnLloii of maltlncr
"THE BEST WAGON ON WHEELS."
Manufacturers havo abolished tho warranty, but Agenti may, ou their own responsibility, glv9
tha following warranty with oach wagon, If so agreed:
mtr ai.rpli tvarvant ihn Winn ftUOH. WAQON No to be woll made In every panic.
usaue Hliniild nnv hrnaknL'o occur with n one year from this date by reason of defective muterlal
Sf wo kmausl i? rCilra or the i" will be'f urnlshod at place of sale, free of charge, or tha
prlo at said repilrsras p'r ogent'i prlca list, will be paid In cash by tha purchaser producing a
aanipla ot tha broken or defective parti an evidence.
' Knowing wa ean shit you, we solicit patronage from every section of the United States, Band
lorPrlceaandTa'nw WW XciMB AORlcULTUBIST, to
ior rncM "u" w" biiu BROS. CO., Haelne, Wla.
Mayor N.B. Thistlewood,
Treasurer T. J. Kerth.
Clerk Dennis. J, Foley,
Counselor Wm. B. Gilbert.
Marshal L. II. Meyers,
Attorney William Uendrlcka.
SOiBD or iLDBRaUK
first Ward-Wra. McHale.T. M. Klmbrimgh.
Second Ward- Jesse Ilinkle, C. N. Jttiuhua.
Third Ward-B. F, Wake, John Wood.
Fourth Ward Charles O. l'atier, Adoipb Swo
boda. Fifth Ward-T. W. Halllday, Ernest B. Petttt.
County Office ru.
Circuit Judue O. J. Baker.
Circuit Clerk A. II. Irvln.
County Jodice J. U. Ilolilmon.
County Clerk . J. Hutniu.
County Attotney J. M. Damron.
County Treasurer Miles W. Farknr.
Sheritr John Hoclut'S.
Coroner It. Fllr.tturala .
County Commissioners T. W, Ilaltidny, J, II.
Mulcahey and I'eter Sauo.
CAIKO BAPTIST. -Corner Tenth and Poplar
streets; preaching first and third Nnndays In
each mouth, 11 a. m. and 7:1 p. in ; prayer moot
'ni(TtiMiiday,7;:i0p, m. ; Sunday s' liool, V:W a m
Kov. A. .1. U&H Pastor.
CIirKCH OF THK KBUKKMKK (Episcopal
Fourteenth street; Hunday 7:tK)a m., Holy
ComniuuiuQ 10:30 a, m., MurnliiK Prayers II a, in.,
Sunday school 3 p. m., Kveulng Prayers 7:W p.m.
F. P. Davenport, fct. T. U. Kaettir.
LS1K8T MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHL'ltCII
V Preaching at 10:) a. n.., S p. iu and 7 .SU p. m.
abbath school at 7:30 p. lu Key. T. J, Hhores,
ICTHKKAN-Tblrteeuth street; servtiei bab
j bath 1:30 a. m.j bnuday school 2 p m. Key.
MKTHODIHT Cor. KlKtitl- and Walnut streota,
Preaching Sabbath li:la. m. and7:'KI p.m.
unday btlioolat 4:Wp. m. Key. J. A.bcarrutt,
I JltKHHYTKHIAN Klghth street; preacnlng on
L Sabbaih at 11:IKI a. in and 7:ilp. m.; prayer
neettng VVednesdsy at 7:(i'p. m.; Sunday Scheol
st i p. m. Kev 11. Y. Ueur-e, pastor.
CT. JOSkPU IS -I Roman Catholic) Corner Crosl
O and Walnut streets; sitrrlces Sabbath IO:SOs.
ii.; Sunday richool al it p. m.; Vespers 3 p. in. ; sei
oces every day at 8 a. m. Key. O Ultra, Priest.
CT. PATKH'K'8-h Roman Csibolic) Corner Ninth
O street and Washington avnntit; services 8ab
mill 8 aud ID a. m ; V'sspers a p. n..; Hunday School
J p. ni. services every day at 8 a m. Hev. M;uterson
K. K. TJ SI E (.'A IU) AT CA 1 HO.
ILLINOIS (.'FN TRAl. P. It.
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Ai'c.i.u dalion ll :lu a m
lEipresa 8:ri ..m
C. ST. I ,t N. (I. It.
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llX".ress II MO a.m
Acconidnti. n .4:1', p.ni
11 ( F:i-koit U iut.i).
Mall M . ., 4:;p.m
1 Hatiresr He J a m
(Nnrrow (tatige )
Ksprnsn 4:55 p.ro
Kipres 8:15 a. m
Adom'datlon. l:Wp.m i Accow'dation 11 :40 a m
8T. L , I . M AH. K. It
EKprejs l'i:,'iip.tn tEtpresa !!::' o m
WAHASI1, ST. I.iH.'H PA( IFIC K Y CO.
Vail hi .... 5:'JU vw I 'Mall A I'..... ::n p ra
AciMitn'datlon 4:0 p.tn I Accu n'tlallon 10:;n a m
Freight ........l-.Vi am. f Freight 4 p.m.
Daily eacept Sunday, t Daiiy.
MOBILE OHIO It. If
Mall .Ji:Ma. m. I Mail 9:10p.m.
ST. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAI58 HUN AS FOLLOWS.
onno imn Mo-sosr, ocroaaa 21.
Cxpress and Mall leaves Cairo, every dsy eicept
Sunday, at 8:15 a. m. Arrlv.s at Kast St, Luuls at
S.JOp.m Arrives at Cairo at 4 ::tt p. m.
Accommodation arrives at 11:40 a. m. a.ci de
parts at 1.-O0 p. m.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line Runuint;
O DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Connection
rnaisa Liavi Cairo:
-.05 a m. Mail,
Arriving in ,, Louis 8.45 a.m.: Chicago, H:S0 p.m. ;
Connect g at Odin and Bltlngham for Cincin
nati, L lsvllle, Indianapolis and points East.
11:1 a.m. Bt. Ijoutsi unci AVntern
Arriving in Ht. Louis 7:0A p. m., and Connecting
for all points West.
3:50 p.m. ITwst Kxprenu.
Fir Ht. Louis and Chicago, arriving at St. Louis
10:40 p.m., and Chicago 7:30 a.m.
3:00 p.m. Cinoinnnti KxprssBB.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Louisville 6:53
a.m.; Indianapolis 4:05 a.m. Passengers by
this train reach the above point Hi to 36
HOI KS in advance ol any other route.
Hf-TheS:! p. m. express baa PULLMAN
SLICEFINO CAU Cairo to Cincinnati, without
changes, and through sleepers to St. Loots and
Fast Tlmo Kast.
J. aontlltin ern points without any delay
caused by Sunday Intervening. The Saturday afler
noon trafu from Cairo arrives in new York Monday
nnrnlttg at 10:35. Thirty-six hours In advance of
nv other route,
t flrFor through tickets and further information,
apply at Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
J. U. JONKS.TIcaet Agent.
A. H. HANSON, Gen. Pass. Agent. Chicago
of work; by employing 'none mil in a oisax