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A -r PEARL BAKING MWDErHJ
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PURE CREAM TARTAR.
Ifi siopo. Given
IT alum or any injurious .substances cau be found
In Andrews' Pearl Buking Powder. In pom
lively PURE. lieing endorsed, and testimonials
received trout such chemists as 8. Dana Hays, Boa
ton: M. Drlafontalne, of Chicago; and Guiitavia
Bode, Milwaukee. Never sotd In bulk.
C. E. ANDREWS A CO,
15 Mifliigim Av,
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Every Corset is warranted antis
factory to Its wearer In every nay,
or the money will be refunded by
the person from whom it was bout; tit.
The only Poind pronounced by cur lending phyidrtnns
not Injurious to tho w(rvr, andt'ndnroediiy ladtm as
tiw " most eomfunaule und perfect suing Coraet ever
made, ' '
PRICES, by Mull, Postage Paid I
Health Pnwrrlne. l.fiO. Heir.AUo.tln, tt.SO
Abdominal intra heavy) 2.00. Naming, 1.60
Health IWnlng 'flue eoutU) SS.OII. Paragon
For sale by leading Krtull Dealer everywhere
CUICAGO COKSKT CO.. Chicago, HI.
Tht smart men nveraee -,.00 to 8 00 per day pro.
fit, tell ng the "Pocket Manual." 'I he most marvel
Ion" little volume ever isi-ced. Needed, endorsed
and ptirth'ired by all chssos; nothing In the hook
line ever equal to it. Will prove It or forfait 15 0
Complete s ample and outfit 5 c , or mil parti
culars for stamp. Don't s art out again until yon
learn what is said of this bonk, and what others
are doing, w. II . THOMPSON, Publielmr, 401
Arch Stret, VhlUdelphla, I'a. upreSm
IHJtsIiOH. is aposltn-.. cure rerall Dlaeh.-.-.
ppin.itf.tnlaitii)g,ni Panful aeosations of the
SI OOprbo,,le' For sale by all drus
c.Mptonjnpe JOHN D. PARK a SONS
AiA."1,77 Bynamoraat CINCINNATI'
OHIO f lwt menUon this Dnr
BR. KLINE'S GREAT
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.,. w. .v. Hv Dollar outfit rr. No
will furnish you everything. Many are makltiB
fomities. Ladies maka as ruVh as i bo
and girls mikejreat py. if ,0. 2,!
bu.li.ess at whrch yon cau mska great pay all
TIT f Ci np0,,:u,r,,,w,7,on,io
11 I V I J ,0t chances to Increasa
11 111 11 i'h"reainlngs. and lu time
I I ,c"ID,we'll'yi those who
uo nntlmpruve thdroppor
m , t tunltles remain lo poverty.
Ws offer a great chance to make money. W wtat
msrn men, wotnsn, hoys and girls to work lor ns
right In ihelrowu localities. Anyonecj.ndo the
work properly fr.,m the first start. The business
will pay mcrv thin ten times ordinary wagus Ex.
peiisiveouidi furnished free. No one who enenws
labs in i mule tUt.y rap dly. Yon ran dev'.t
yourwholetlm"lothu work, or onl your apa-e
moments rml Information and U that Is needed
em free. Address S 1'J N HON l;o .Vortlabd. Mai
. P. CLAICT,
Nelson County Whisky,
137 OHIO LEVKK.
rjUKCITY NATIONAL HANK.
71 OHIO UVKK.
CAPITAL, HB I 00,000
A (ioneral Baukiotr bnmini
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Of Cairo, ! .
EXCLUSIVULY A SAVINGS RANK. '
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Lumbago, Backache, Headache. Toothache.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Additional Local News.
wnen tne latt ly ordi-red leaso of the
WahHHh road sliull be affected, the officors I
o( the combination will hardly be able to
make as much as one trip of inspection an
Dually over all the mileage which they will
control. Traveling at the rate of twenty I
miles an hour it will require nearly two
uionlhs steady travel to po over the roads
of the system. I
lueunveron street car number three I
in not the right man in the right place, be-
Cause 1)0 is not a rrnntleman. YQfrrt0tf I
afternoon two ladies took his car and put
their ticket into tho box. Shortly after
the driver bluntly accosted ono of them, the
wife of one ot our substantial business men,
with, "Madam, vou didn't pay your fare."
Tho lady, somewhat abashed at tho gruff
manner of the young fellow, ventured to
remark that flho did pay her fare. "No
you didn't; no you didn't," rudely interrupt-
edjtho driver, "but it's all right, madam, if
you want to swindle the company out of
two and a half cents you can do so." It is
doubtless true that both in this case thought
they were right. The lady was sure that she
had paid her fare; the driver was sure that
she had not ; but it ia moro likely that the I
latter was mistaken because the two tickets
might have fallen into the box so closely
a it . .1. .1
Kleiner mar tney seemed as one. But 1
this cuts no figure in the c:ise; the driver's
rude minner and language were entirely un
called for, not justifiable upon any ground,
fcimply because it was grossly insulting.
May the lady's threat to have him "attended
to" prove to h ive !onn not in vain.
A demented German yesterday
created some amusement f,.r llttiu
motly groupes of mea and'
boys at various street corners, by
preaching the gospel promiscuously from
a small German tcaVament he luld in his
hand, mingling the German and very
broken English, with a fluency that was
somewhat be wildt ring to one who saught
to fo'.iow him through his flights. The
German he snoke welhtlm E
be understood with an effort; and his very
lengthy and very accurate quotations from
the lit lc book (ve know they were accu
rate, because if there is any one thing in
tliu world that we know more about than
another it is scripture) proved him to be
tolerably well versed in ''the word." lie
ia a religious crank, but he is Hsyet harm
less. He feels himielf inspired now to go
about the world saving men's souls by ex
pounding the gottpel; how soon his inspira
tion may command him to slaughter some
one of his converts lest the sauctified soul
fall by the wayside into "the slouch of de
spond is not to be gnesed at." The poor
fellow will bear watching.
We, the undersigned citizens, including
many more, whoso uatuos are not subjoined
to this petition, the Bame being residents ot
tho 3d ward of the city of Cairo, having
confidence in the ability and expierence of
Egbert A. Smith, would respectfully request
bim to become a candidate tor aldermanfrom
said ward nt the ensuing election hereby
pledging him our earnest atid hearty sup.
G. W. Hendricks,
Jerry Thorn in,
J. P. Cutler, .
C. R. Clark.
Robert Hogan, .
Mat. Ash lord,
W M. Moore,
David McFa lilen,
Thomas J. Uuglits,
J. M. Williams,
0, M. Wynia,
0. N. Swayne,
U. P. Ilolotntin,
Peter Fnuior, - .
Green Lipe, -
V. D. Cobbs,' ,
Peter I'letchur,. ;
J. W. Sides.
N. Drvnrr., 5
Jno. H. Mo'ore,"
W. II. Ross.
, itotiprt lievuro.
Cairo, HI,, April Dili, 1883.
Monday Evening, Apiui, U, 1883".
The market opens very quit and In some
cases extremely dull. Round lot transac
tions from first hands are few and the on
dor trade lo staple articles Js small. ' It is
theioaion of the ynr m'hen a - dull trad
CAIRO, BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNlNtf, APRIL
may be looked tor and little Improvement
expected uutil after harvest.
The weather la warm and pleasant.
The recent heavy rains has filled the
nvera bank full. The rise may go within
six or eight feet of high water mark.
FLOUR Very dull. Stocks are large
and the movement light.
HAY Stocks are heavy and the demand
very light. Common cannot be sold.
CORN The demand is moderate and
OATS Stocks , are small and the de-
uiand only moderate. . Prices are firm
MEAL Easy and quiet. Plenty offer
ing and demand limited
BRAN Fair at 80e.
av 1 1 ji.it Choice packed is in active
request and scarce,
EQQS We note ajsteady demand and
I'UULilKY All kinds are very scarce
and in active demand
APPLES Choice only is in good de
mand with fair stocks
POTATOES Firm. We note a irood
demand at our tbia week's quotations.
Salea ana Quotations.
NOTK. Th prices here (rwnareror sales from
first bands In round lota. An advance to
eh aried for broken lots in tt ill o a orders
5 1 1
,IU "m 'ncT
UMiHMt a a
!l cars choice..,.. .,,.. ,..,
1 car mixed - ,
3 cars gilt edge small bale
i car, gut edge small bale,...,
6 cars mixed in bnlk..
1 car mixed In bulk
6 cars choice In balk
a cars in bulk..
No. it Red, tier bu ...
No. 2 Medltoranean.
v hhis city la lots. 8 55&2
1 ear In aaoki. ..
STO pounds Honthern Illinois roll..
S'O pounds Northern roll .
SO ' pound Northern Dairy pkd
500 pounds Southern Illinois ...
50 doaen ... 14215
810 dozen..... 15
bOJ dateu " 15
5 coopa mixed..
.3 5023 75
tObbls Hhelnlsh May...
5 bbls choice Winmps.,
SObh a choice Uenailas.
alack packed fruit
1 Wrftl 50
4 50tj5 0
, 3 50
.50c to $1.00 less
Northern Peach Blows per bush
Southern Ills, Peach Ulows per bush
tame sweet potatoes per bbl....
2 X "It D"
2 50&3 0 )
Per liaiiel . J , ,
.1 804 00
Half d o.
Bnekt , U
Plain hams none
'.'H bushel burlap
Peaches, halves and inarlrs rn
Choice navy ....
Choice medium ,
Dry Flint choice..
Plum Oreetl , ' "'
Sheep Pelts, dry
nneep i-civs, green,,,
Oommon Lags ,
- t tow n i
4 'i ir
., i tMh n hi
HATU3 OF FHBKiHT.
e or.esn Tl
Hi lena, Ark M m2
W .ff. .... .hmi.iih. ay
W. F. Lamhdin, river editor ol i'ai Bullitim
and steamboat passenger agent. Orders for alt
kinds of steamboat Job priming solicited, Ufflc
at Bower i Burouean Hotel. No. 7S Ohio leva.
UIVKK ITEMS. ,
The Paris C. Brown from New Orleans Is
due this atternotm for Cincinnati. The
Brown is an excellent boat and is manned
with a fino body of officers. See W. F.
Limbd in, Passenger Agent, and secure your
rooms for a trip to the Queen City or is
The Golden Crown from Cincinnati ar
rived here yesterday rooming with a big
trip. She will All out here and leave for
New Orleans this evening. For passage
apply on board or to W. F. Lambdin, Pas
senger Afcent, office on 6th street, betweon
Ohio levee and Commercial avenue.
The fine Anchor Line steamer City of
Cairo from Vicksburg arrived here at
p. m. yesterday and left shortly after for
The W. P. Ilalliday from tit. Louis left
here last evening for New Orleans with a
Hie Will S. Hays, now one of the "Big
0. Line, ' arrived here Sunday morning at
8 o clock. She had a fine freight trin and
0 cabin passengor. She left for New
Orleans at 1 p. m.
The Thoa. Sherlock from Cincinnati is
duo to morrow tor New Orleans and the
prospect is she will want a big pile of
The W. II. Cherry from Nashville is due
here early to-morrow morning.
Harry Walker's Comique band is highly
immense on race horse music.
The Henry A. Tvler wheels into line
again this morning and will leave for Osce
ola at 10a. m.
Tne Ii. S. Rhea left here for Nashville at
a. m. yesterday.
The Vint Shinkle passed up Sunday
night for Cincinnati. She received 90 tons
of pig iron here which the Rhea gave her.
The James W. Gaff from Cincinnati
passed dow for Memphis Sunday night.
She discharged and received considerable
freight here. Her new machinery has im
proved her speed very much .
The high water question ia the theme of
public comment again and all kinds of pre
dictions are in speculation. But we will
rive our peg and say that the rise will not
go over 46 teet at this port.
The Ella Kimbrough left here for St.
Louis yesterday morning flying light, but
she has freight freight engaged to load her
flat before ehe gets to St. Louis.
The Andy Biutn is the regular packet of
the Memphis and Ohio river line due here
to-morrow for Memphis. See W.F. Lamb
din, Passenger Agent, and secure your
J.W. Graham, Wholesale Druggist of Austin,
lexis, writes: I have been handling Dr. Wm.
Bali a Balsam lor the Lungs for the past year,
and have found It one of ihe most saleable aiel
cine I have ever had In my house for Coughs,
Colds and even Consumption, always giving entire
ratKlaction. Please send me one gross by Satur
It. Grppn's oxygenated Bitters
Is tho oidt-st aid best remedy for Dyspepsia. Bil
iousness, Msltria, Indigestion, all disorders of the
Stomsch, and all diseases Indicating an Impure
condition of the Biood. Kidneys and Liver.
DURSO'S CtT.tkKH BNCFF enres Catarrh
and all atfections of the mnrona membrase.
Dr. Roger's Voectaole Worm Svrnp Instantly de
stroys worms and removes the secretions which
Miss Anna Tuft, 48 Harrison street, Chi
cago, siys: "Brown's Iron Bitters complete
ly cured me of nervousness, after suffering
Lydia E. Pinkharn's Vegetable Com
pound ia daily working wonderful cures in
loung Men, Middle Aged Men and All
Men who suffer from early indiscr ions
will find Allen's Brain Food the most "pow
erful invigorant ever introduced; once re
stored by it thero is no relapse. Try it; it
never fails. $ ; 0 for f 5. At druggists.
Will you Cough when Shiloh's Cure will
give immediately relief. Price, 10c. 50c.
and $1. (ii)
Do Not Be Deceived.
In these times of quack medicine adver
tisements everywhere it is truly gratifying
to find one remedy that is worthy of praise
and which really does as recommended.
Electric Hitters we can vouih for as being
a true and reliable remedy, and one that
will du as recommended. They invariably
cure Stomach and Liver ComDlaiuts. Dis
eases of the Kidneys and Urinary diffi
culties. We know whereof we speak, and
can rcaniiy say, givo thorn a trial. Sold at
Btty cents a bottle by Harry W. Schuh. (8)
Wohk Given Out. On receipt of your
addresi we will make an offer by which
you can earn 3 to 7 evenings, at your
home. Men, Women, Boys or Girls can do
it. H. C. Wilkinson & Co., 19,1 and 197
Fulton Street, New York.
HucKien'B Arnica Salve
The IJeBt Salvo in the world for Cuts,
BruiBi-s, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
!i!5 cents per box. For sale by Gko. E
A Unliable Port Wine. :,
Mr. A Speer, of New Jersey, whose Port
Grape Vint has such a wide reputation,
aud which physicians proicribo so general
ly, was tho first in this country to, import
the Port Grapo Vinci and to plant vins
yards of them and to introduce the art of
making wine from the Oporto Grape which
is now the best wine to be had, and hag be
come a great favorite among the most fash
iouable New York and Philadelphia
society. For isle by Paul Q. Bchuh.
"Do you givjiposo," ho nuked of the
ticket ngent at tho Union Depot, "do
. you suppose I could got a pass to Clove
land?" "No sir," was tho prompt roply.
"Do you have any reason to believe
could gi-t hnlf-fiiru rates toChiceiroP"
r "No, sir."
' 'i "Is it probable that I would bo per
mitted to ride to Buffalo on n frei"ht
"It In not."
. "Could ono of the engines bo bribed
to take mo to Cinoiriniill on his locomo
tive?" "They could not."
"Very well.vory well, I'll have nivsel
sent to Pittsburg by express, C. 0. D
By, by, sir!" lktroit Fnt Vras:
An Enthusiistic Endorsement.
OoniuM, N. H., July 14, 1879.
Gknts Whoever you are, I don't know;
but I thank tho Lord and foul grateful to
you to know than in this world of adulter
ated medicines there is ono compound that
provss and does all it advertises to do, and
more. Four year ago I had a slight shock
of palsy, which unnerved me to such an ex
tent that the least excitement would make
me shako like the ague. Last May I was
induced to try Hop Bitters. I used one
bottle, but did not seo any change; another
did so change my nerves that they are now
as steady as they ever were. It used to
take both hands to write, but now my good
right hand writoa this. Now, it you con
tinue to manufacture as honest and good
an article as you do, you will accumulate
an honest fortune, and confer tho greatest
blessing on your fellow-men that was ever
conferred on mankind. Tim Bnicu.
To The West
There are a number ot routta 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 Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
fkest make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City U nion Debot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal-
IfTnia "nnnect with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is mil with
express trains for Kansas and NbraHka
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This line offers to parties enroute to the
Went 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 mapa, pamphlets, &c, of this
litte, which will be mailed free.
C. B. Kixxan, F. Chasdi.eb,
Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agent. Gen'l Paw Agent.
Or the many remedies betore the public
for Nervous Debility and weakness of Nerve
Generative System, thero is none equal to
Allen Brain Food, which promptly and
permanently restores all lost vigor; it never
fails, f 1 pkg., C for 5. At druggists.
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, fcc, I
will send a recipe that will cere you, fbek
OF chahge. . This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Sond a sell-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Joseph T. Isman', Station D., New York
Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy a positive
cure for Catarrh, Diptberia and Canker
Mouth. , (13)
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth? 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
lieve the poor little sufferer immed
iately. . Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhoea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softeus the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to tho whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to tho taste, and is tho prescrip
tion of ono of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in tho United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world, Price 25 cents a bottlo.
Du. Kline's Gkeat Neute Restorer is
the marvel of the age for all nerve diseases,
All fits stopped free. Send to Dfll Arch
street. Pbiladcloia. Pa.
Citt Ci.ihk'i Orrti'i,
Cairo, III., March Mt'i, ISA
Public notice Is bereti given that on Tuesday the
17th day of April, A. b. IB.'), a general election
will be held lu the cl y of Cairo, couaty "f Alexan
der, state of Miauls, for tho election of the follow
ing named officers, yizt A mayor, city clerk, rlty
treasurer, city attorney and one aide mau from
each of the five wards of the city. For the pur-
J os nf said eleclou P'llls w II bu opened at the
ollnwlng named places, vie: , In the First wxrd. nt
the Mualuo honse of the Arab fire company! In the
he-ond ward, at the engine house of the Konuli
and Keiidy Hie company! In the Third ward, t the
engine hoite of thu Hibernian Are com pun v; In
the Fourth ward. at thu court house; in the Fifth
ward, at l ho enifOie house of tho Anchor lire com
Khy, Paid election will be opened at eluht
o'clock In the morning and continue opened until
even oYloi'kln the afternoon of snnie rny
By order of the city rou mi;. D.J. POL ST,
. i City Ctark.
, ORDINANCE NO US.
An ordinance to flx tho compensation of the city
at'ornoy of the city of Cairo and to prescribe
the duty of said city attorney. Bn It nnlaltind hy
the cHv eonncll of tho city of Cairo:
Suction I. Thattheclty attorney of the (Itv of
Cairo shall bo paid a salary ol tfiO pur annum,
and sballin addition thereto, be entitled to receive
Dfteen per cent, of all fines and penalties actually
collected; which said salaty and pi-rcontum ehall
butn full for all survu us rendered by him for or on
account of tne city.
Moctlon'J. That It shall bo the duly of (ho city
attrnoy to draft all bunds, warrants, certificates,
I eases, conveyances and other writings which may
is required of htm hy the mayor of the city or by
any rea ilutlon iifthn olty council, ond which by
law or usage shall be prepared at tho exoense of
the city; comtnennoand prosecute. In proper form,
all and every stilt or suits, scilou or actions,
brought or to he brought In any court In Ibis slate,
whsruln the city shall he Inlo-esled as plalut ff,
defend all actions or sulfa brought or Inst rany
be brought agalnstlhacliyt do all and every pro
fessional act Incident lo the office and. when re
quired, give tbe city council, or auy of lis com
mittees or any officer Of tbe city, his opinion on
nystibjnal, pertaining to the Interest! or con corns
ol the akr, submitted to them.
ftoctliM 8. Thst ordinance 84 and alt other ordi
nances, Inconsistent with this ordinance ha tad
the me ate hereby rnpsaled.
Approved A,tll 9lh,A. 0. ISM
. ' N.B.THISTLKvtOOD, Mayor.
Attest) D, J, Foi.m, City Clerk
Pabllshsd In Cairo Dally BaUetln April 10th, 1ISS.
Mayor N.B. Thlatlewood.
treasurer-!, j. Her to.
Clerk Dennis, j, Foley.
Counselor Wm. B. Ollhert.
Marshal L. II, Meyers,
Attorney William Hendricks.
B04HD Of 4UJSHMCK
FlretWard-Wru.MoHale.T. M. Klmbrongh.
Hncond Ward-Jesse llinkle, C. N. Huuhes
s Third Ward-B. F, Blake, .Tohn Wood.
'jurth Ward-Charlea 0. Pallor, Adoiph 8o-
Fifth Ward-T.W.nalllday. ErntslB. I'ettlt.
' County Officers.
Circuit JuduoO.J. linker.
Circuit Clerk-A. 11. Irvln.
1 'Comity Judge-J. II. hobluson.
Comity Clerk M.J. Uumm.
County Attorney J . M. Dan-iron.
County Treasurer Miles W. Paikof.
Sheriff John Hodges.
Corousr R. Fltagerald
County Comtulsslonera-T. W. Hallld.iy. .1. II,
Mulcahey and Peter taup.
It. U. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
THAiNsnaraiiT. tiun iiimvj.
ail h 8:05 s.m I tMall , H:n4a in
Accnm'dation,ll:10a.ni I sitxiireHs n :o a'm
(Express 8:50 p.m Accnmdallou..4;li p.m
- C. HT. L.&N. O. K. B, (Jackson Route).
Mall 4:45 a.m I tMall .. 4:fin ,n
Kxpr 10::ioa m thiprefs lu.;:o a in
BT. L.AC. K. K. (Narrow (Intige )
Express 8:15a. m Kipr . tiipm
Accom'diillon, liwip.ru t Aceum'datluu II .-40 n m
NT. I. , I.M H. H. It.
TExpreK 10:ip,m tKrpress i: l'i u to
WABASH, 8T. LOUIS PACIPIP ICY CO.
Mall K.... 5:o0vm I '.Mall A K.... wMium
Acrmn dallon t:ii p.m I AccWdatlun 1 : a. in
Freight .....7:4 a m. Freight .... ,n p.m.
Dally except Monday, t Dally.
HO BILK OHIO It. R '
..JI:55. m. I Mall .9:10 p. m.
ST. LOUIS & CAIM) K. ii.
TRAI58 RUN AS FOLLOWS
oNAxnarrcB xoxoat, ooronttii it.
Express and Mall leaves Cairo, ev.-rv dv , t,
Sunday, at 8:15 a. m. Arriv.s at Knst Mt. Louis nt
J:'J0p.m Arrives at Cairo at 4:5 p. in
Accommodation arrives at 11 :4o a r.i au l U
part at l.-oo p. m.
LLINOIS CKNTKAL It. Ii.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis ami Ckmigo.
The Onlv lAno Running
0 DAILY TllALWS
Ma king Direct Connkction
raama Liavi Catao:
arrlvirigln ' . Uiuls 1:45 a.m. ; Chicago, H :jii a ;
Connect g at Odin and Effinghaui for Cincin
nati. L lsvllle. Indianapolis and point K.sl.
11:1 in.m. Ht. I.otilKund Vttrti
arriving in Bt. Louis 7:05 p. m., and connecting
for all points West.
3.6() p.m. Kant Ktprens
rrSt. Louis and Chicago, arriving at SU. Lmis
w.w p.m., spa imcago i:i a m
'i:6( p lit. Cincinnati Kxpresu.
irrlvlng at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Louisville ,::,
a.m.; Indlauapoits 4 .'6 a.m. PassnnKers by
Ibis train reach the above points In to
tloL'KS lu advance ot any other route.
-The8:5u p. m. express has PULLMAN
'LKKPINO CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
changes, and through sleeuersto bt. l.on's and
Fast Time Eawt.
y. ucon (TdVti 0T lDi' "" 0 tbrough to Lsst.
. 4 n ,.rn nolnts wlthutit uir dp a
caused by Sunday Intervening. The Saturday s.'i'-r-
onon irsin rrom tairo arrives in new o- i 'i 'isy
nonuug at 10;8A, Thirty-six hours In auvenr-ol
f other route,
tUVtit thrnncfh tlckitta hnrf fnrlhi-r lr.fi-r" di n.
apply at Illinois Central Katlroad Depot, ( sU.,
T II ir.VVU TM.to... A .....
.n, HANSON, Gen. Pasa. Agent. Cli'citjn
BEFORE AND AFTER
Electric Appliances art tsnt on 30 Days' Trial,
TO MEN ONLY, YQUNQ OR OLD,
WHO are suffsrlng from Nsbvovs DsntUTY,
Lost Vitality, I.Ara or Ninva Fmu txn
Viooa, Wastiso WsaSnshnks, and nil tliu-c dlacanK
ef a I'aasoNAL Nati'hi nsultlnir from Am'hki nnrt
OTHsa CAi .as. Htwily ilif and complete n-iitu.
ration ( llsi.TH.viiioasnd Maiio'iijOI'akantked,
The grandiit discovery f the Mnnteeiiih I'enlnry.
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VOLTAIC BUT CO., MAHSHAU, MICH.
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