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'EARL BAKING POWDCiv
PURE CREAM TARTAR.
SIOOO. Given, .
Ifalumorftiiy injurious substance can be found
In Andrews' Pearl Baking Powder. I poa
lively PURE. lk'lnK euilorsed, and uwtiraonials
received from such chemists aS. Dana llaya, Bo,
ton; M. Delufonuiiuo, of Chicago; and Gustavu
Bode, Milwaukee. Never sold in bulk.
C. E. ANDREWS AbO.
5 Midiipm Av. 287. IfcuJi 291 . Water
r.i-nrv Corset i warranted satis
factory to its wearer iiu-veiy way,
or the monev will be n funded by
the person from whom It M boufilit.
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Health Preserving:. t.&0. Mr-Adjest!-. 1.60
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beautiful Hair must nse
LYON'S KAT11AIK0X. This
elegant, cheap article always
makes the Hair crow freely
and fast, keeps it from falling
out, arrests and cures gray
ness. removes dandrulf anU
itching, makes the Hair
strong, giving it ft curling
tendency and keeping it in
any desired position. Beau
tiful, healthy Hair Is the sure
result of using Kathakon.
A Lack of AbIicb.
The minister called at the house where
tho freckle-faced little girl livcB the other
dav. to see her mother about cettinsr un
a donation surprise party for him, ami
was invited to make himself coiufortablo
in the sitting-room while waiting for tUo
lady to come down stairs.
Tho holy man started violently, and
the voice said nun, "ay,I kuow yon.
This was becoming interesting. Tho
minister recognized tho tones of the
wicked little cirl in the inouiry. "Yon
don't know where I am do you?"
"Dear me, Is thatyou?" he said greatly
relieved. "Koallv. Ican'tsny I do know
wh;re you are. Are yon under tho sola
or behind the bookcase?"
"Thought vou didn't know. I'm In
the closet 'n I've got to stay here eve
ho long. Hot you dun't know what
I'm here for, though."
"I am constrained to admit that I do
not, but I might surmise that you were
in durance for tulking slang. Little
girls should not say 'bcL' "
"Does spreading' the gospel make lit
tle L'it'ls good so they won't get whipped
their par inquired tho frcckle-f need
gin iiirougii me Keynote.
"Yes. indeed, it 'makes them Christ
ians, and then they don't do naughty
things, but go to Sunday school and learn
to be good to everybody."
"Ain't ashes better? asked the young
Jioatheu in the closet.
,i i. ,i . , i
"Ashes better! Why, what In the
world does the child mean? What Is
that girl talking about, Mr Holvroll?"
asked the girl a ma, wuo mm just en
tered the room in time to hear tho sin
"Indeed, madam. I am puzzled my
self. I can't understand tho lwuring of
ber question at nil"'
"You know, ma." said tho wicked lit
tle girl, "you know when Undo Dick
lipped down on tho sidewalk in front
of the church last Sunday'n hurt his
wrist, be said If Mr. Holvroll wonh
ipread more aahes'n less gospel ho'd
. VI.. I. . 'l.l..ll.. "
ULkC HI"' e BlUt: II inn ueiil a v in muiiu.
The relations iM-tween tho family one:
the oastor are now somewhat strained,
and tlifl ai-rVBUl girl has been Instructed
to lock tho freckle-facid cherub down
collar every time the aoor &eu rings,
r I A - m III AM HOUND I U KIBE
THE DAHY BULLETIN.
Thin and irriioeful like u cllper Thora was from
Tlioui'hlier dress was very scanty and perhaps
not commo II faiif: , . .
Hare mid brown her little fwt wore, and her
clift ks were sunburnt, too.
Hut her Hps were rosy and her eye were very
One black Vklrt with red embroidery and a
snowy white tucinli-e . . .
Were her wonted druss on week-days, when ane
fi-lt herself Hteuso.
Hats she only wore In winter, when with snow
tlio nlr was dim,
Hut her eye peep forth full brightly neuth tba
- big sou'wester's brim.
i'or who llilnk that a sou'wer's e'n 1 e'er and
e'er no wide. ,.
From the boys' admiring glances ooula pretty
And 'U known how such attention every pret
ty lmiid annoys:
And-it va a tl -nitid pities l-Tbora dtd not
like the boy;
They were either rude and noisy, or too bath-
flit ami onnfue1; ,,
As for lovmif thein'. So, thank you; she would
rather If eneuwd !
And. 1 pide, there were so mauy stout and
slender, liort and tall
How &houM she her itulre determine, sine she
could not love them a'l'r
Dunit, nbsalied stood little Thora, and het
c-hn k- were rlunilriu red;
XervoiHy he twirled her apron, and she bun
her pretty head.
Till at lenirth she srathered oourajre, ana SOS
'Mother, dear. I lovo him truly, aud be says
that lie loves me."
"Lord 'a merey em , dinijrhter!" Kilemuly the
daaie replied: , . . ,
'I who have the maids Invited tout they might
thy ehoiee divide;
For of men there ar. many-stout and slen
dor, short an I tu'.i
How's a maid o choose among thein, since she
eanuot love them all?"
!Vow. the moon, who had been biding in a fell
of misty lace.
WishiiiK 'o emuum-a no one by the shilling ot
Peeped afrain, in modest wonder ere her clouo
he gent iy broke
And she ?uw the g'd wife mlllng. as to Tbors
thus she spoke:
"Slnee thon now hast chosen, daughter, every
bird must try Its winirs
Toll me. howdnlst thou discover that thy bean
to Haivor clings:'"
"Well," she said. In sweet confusion, while bet
eves grew trig with tears.
'Thou' would seareety understand It mothet
dear 1 boxed bis ears."
Vrof. H. H. Boyesen, to Our Continent
A LOVER'S CATECHISM.
A Oompariscm of Conditions Imposed by i
Young Man and a Marriageable
A yoim man of this city, says tho
Detroit Post and Trihunc, who possesses
a hTgc share of presumption, has twen
paying clo.se attention to a very pretty
Hr'l, who has given him no evidence of
lier feelings concerning him until very
recently. 'The denouement was brought
about in this way: He had decided to
make her a formal offer of his hand and
heart all ho was worth and then ho
hoped to be indulged in .onie loverlika
tlmuonstrntiona. tlw young lady so far
being coolly ludilierent in ber manner
to him. He nttribulod this to maidenly
reserve, for it never occurred to him
that she was not in love with him. He
cautiously prefaced his declaration with
a few questions.
Did she love him well nougn to live
in a cottage with him? Was she agood
cook and bottle-washer? Did she think
it a wife's duty to make homo happy?
Would she consult his tastes and wisnes
concerning her associates and pursuits
in life? as she economical.'' couia
she make her own clothes, etc.?
Tho vounz lady said that before she
answered his questions she would assure
him of some negative .virtues she posses
sed. She p.ever drank, smoked or chew
ed; never owed a bill to her laundry 01
tailor; never staid out all night playing
billiards; never lounged on tho street
corner and ot'led giddv girls; never
Btood in with tho boys for cigars and
"Now, said she, rising indignantly,
am assured by those who know that
you do all those things, and it is rather
absurd for yon to expect all the virtues
in mo while you do not possess any ot
them yourself. I can never be yout
wife,"'and she bowed him out and left
liirn standing on the cold door elep, a
madder if not a wiser man.
Wagner and Alexandre Dnmaa.
That is a capital storv told about
Wagner and Alexandre Dnmas. Tho
former, as is well kuowu, used to dress
in a very elaborate and medieval style,
changing his dress according to the
composition ho was engaged on or tho
visitors ho had to receive. The foible
.became generally known amongst oth
ers to Dumas, wlio, when many years
ainco Wagner went to Paris, called up
on the maestro. The latter managed
'by his cold manner, however, to offend
the French dramatist, who determined
to have his revenge. So, when in duo
courseWagner returned his call, Dumas,
.'after keening him about half an hour,
.entered the room dressed In a plumed
helmet, a cork swlmming-bclt, and a
gorgeous flounced dressing-gown. His
visitor naturally stared, on which Du
mas explained with a grave face that ho
never attempted dramatic composition
save in that particular costume adding
tnat wnen nu came to a love sceno ne
invariably put on jack-boots, whilst ho
usually wrote his epigrams in wblto kid
gloves. . w ngnnr, a most sensitive man,
of course felt this clumsy satire most
keenly, and it helned Imn larirelv to
I form thosu very uncomplimentary views
ox mo r reucn he nlways kept till tno
Why He Murriod Her.
In thnforthcoiningiMsctiintlng nlngTa-
hv of the heroic Lord Law fence thero
fimoiur many nuecdotes, one emin
ently eh motorist Ic of the man, who was
n strotur in bis affection as In his will.
Hu was one evening sitting in Ids draw
ing-room at Soiuhgale with his sister
und other members of the family. All
wore engaged In reading, Looking up
from his book in w hich ho had been en
grossed, he discovered that his wlfo had
' left the room. "Where's mother?" said
, ho to niiij of his daughters. "Shu up
stairs," replied the girl. Ho returned
to his book, mid looking up ngnln a few '
. minutes later, put tint same question to
liis daughter und received the same
answer. Once more hu returned to his
reading nnd once more he looked np with
the same iiucslion on his lips, His sla
ter broke in: "Why. really, John, It
would seem us If yon could not get on
for live minutes without your wife."
"That's why 1 iuw rlU her," bo replied.
W. P. Lahbdim, nrer editor ot I'm Huu.btiw
and atesmhoat pasiencor acnut, Ordvr for all
kinds oftmhoat Job printing solicited. Ottlce
Hi Bower's KuroDeau Uotul. No. Tt Ohio levee.
M'AOKS OV THK JUVKH.
The river marked by the gauge last even
ing at this port. 45 feet 5 inches and ris
ing. Cincinnati, April 11 6 p. in. River 42
feet 5 inches and falling
. Pittsburgh, April 11 6 p. ui River 10
feet G ioche and falling.
Louisville, April 1 10 p. m. River 20
feet 0 inches and falling
Nashville, April U-tJ p. tu. River 34
feetO inches and falling.
Chattauoogi, April 11-6 p. m. River
17 feet 0 inches and falling.
St. Louis, April 17-0 p. m. River 17
feet 2 inches and rting.
The W. II. Cherry from Xshvil!e had
not arrived when our river column closed
last night. She has a tine trip to discharge
here nd will leave here on r.er return trip
to-day for the Rik City.
The Onio is still rising at this point but
very alow, will likely come to a stnd by
The Belle Memphis from Yicksburg
passed up for St. Louis lst night.
The Centenniil from New Orleans
due to-morrow for St. Louis.
The palace steamer City of St. Louis
due here to-night for New Orleans.
The Thos. Sherlock, the largest boat in
the Southern Transportation line will re
ceive freight and pwsengers here, to-day
for New Orlenns.
The City of Cairo leaves St. Louis this
evening for Vicksburg and is due here to
The James W. Gsff, the flag (hip of tho
Memphis and Ohio River Packet Co., is
due this evening for Cincinnati. C. B
Russell master and Jas. Surtus clerk. W.
F. Lambdin, Passenger Agent.
The Wyoming from New Orleans will
reach here to-morrow on her way to Cin
cinnati, The Cons Millar left Cincinnati yester
day for Memphis.
The Henry A, Tyler will arrive htre to
morrow from Osceola and pricetd to St.
The Guiding Star will be the next Big
0. Line due here from Cincinnati. She
will report Saturday.
Eescned from Peatli.
William J. Co'iffn'ln. ot Somervl le. Mas.,savs:
In the fall of is7, I was taken with bleeding of the
Iubct followed br a severe cough. I lost my p
DetlteandB sh and was c E fined to mv bed. In
1S77 1 was admitted to the hospital. The doctors
said I bad bo. e in mv lung as big asai alf dihsr.
At one time a report went around that l was desd.
I gave np hope, but a friend to'd me of Dr. W ill
lam Hall's Iia'ssm for the Lnngs. I got a hott e,
when to my surprise. 1 commenced to fcel belter
and to-day I feel l etter than for three years past.
Another Physician's Testimony.
Bostok. Vas.,My , 18M.
1 know parties whi have tried ail kinds ot medi
cines for Lune Disease, who ar that Hr. Wm.
Hall's Balsam forth LuLg ) a complete success.
Iir.CHAS. U. WOOD.
TLb Stormy Sundays.
A former citizen, of Pawtucket, R. I.,
who ha now returned to his "tirsi
love," C';u Co l, writes as follows con
cerning tiie stormy Sundays: "loom
meiiei'd keeping a diary Jan. l.lXo-l
and have continued the same ever sinci
some twentv-nine venrs. I nave ex
nmiiH'd every year's diary since that
date to aseeitaiu if eight stormy Sun
days occurred in succession during thai
time, nnd I tim! thiit the nearest ap
proach was in HTh, live Sundays in sue
ce-tion. in which a part of each day wai
storm v. three out of tive having only
smalfs'iowors dnrina -some part of tin
day. In the year 18.V1 there were oui,
eleven stormy Sundavs. Light stormy
Smi(las in sueeossion is an event wt
have iioi experienced before in the las
twiiiitv-nin.' vcar." He concludes hi
follows: "Ruthcr hard on the numerou
vouii-' brides ho wish to make theii
lirst aniviu u ."Motion llnaUl.
A prisoner for tho Work House from
the western part of the Stato arrived
here the other lnv accompanied by his
wife, and as she parted with him at tho
depot sin! s;nd:
'Now. ib ni-v. two years wm soon
pass aw av.
'i es, l:t He.
I hope this will bo a great lesson to
"nh'mk it will."
"Vou' are going to reform?"
"1 am, that,"
"I'm so glad to hear mi snv so!"
'Now, then, promise n,.. t litt for the
next two y ears on won't drink, sinoko,
gamble, go to horse nice, or circuses or
Ining round Hiiloon. Come, that's a
lie pioinisci, nnd then- upline danger
ha won t be i.Mc to l,rv:ik it. Detroit
fee f r'
k All . ft-" J
Rheumatism, Neuralaia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Bickachs, Hcad.uht, Toolhaohs,
or larost, Nwriiinii j,i,, nruUrs,
kX tM, IIIIIkH MUIIU I-1IN r.'Hr.
Bs v nrssuu i";i v..l..r. rirt; ttou . Mil
....... ,m ,,..,auafHVi
THRCiuui.r a. vourira in.
..wioo lkiMniU,t.l,l, I
uSHMttuiiii isbi ivrib irr v .w i i , i , '.I
THURSDAY MORNINiV' APRIL Ut 1883.
A New Kind of Safe Deposit Vault.
"Along- with two friends I went into
a beer saloon on Third avenue. I called
for three beers and placed a quarter on
tho counter. A monkey was scratching
his cars at the end of the bar and blink
ing his ves at tho 'boss.' My friends
turned around to admire several orna
mental theatrical bills on the walls and
1 joined them. When wo were ready to
go I said to the saloon keeper:
" 'Where's my changoP' "
He said "What change?"
I looked at him with surprise and
told him that 1 had put down a quarter
on the counter. The man said I waa
mistaken, but my friends, who saw me
nut the nioni'V iiown, iom mm i una
. . I
tossed iweniy-iivu crius on uitj unr.
The fat German was heard to mntter
something about 'dead beats' and I was
beginning to get my Irish tip. Tho
monkey was apparently .taking in the
situation and 1 thought his jaws looked
a little swollen. 'I ll bet that monk
took that quarter, I said to myself.
Walking up to the animal I just gavo
him n tap behind the ear and he spilled
if'J.oO in silver change on the bar. The
boss appeared to be dumbfounded, and
as we w ent out be was heard to remark
that ho would bet his life that the bar
tender John had trained the monkey
and that he must be working the cus
tomers as well as the drawer, but the
combination was spoiled." A'. J". World.
An Eutnusiidtic Endorsement.
Gorham, N. H, July 14, 1879.
Gents Whoever you are, I don't know:
but I thank the Lord and feel grateful to
you to know than in this world ot adulter
ated modiciuea there is one compound tnat
provsB and does all it advertises to do, and
more. Four years ago 1 bad a iligntshocK
of palsy, which unnerved me to sucu an ex
tent that the least excitement would make
me shake like the ague. Last May I was
induced to try Hop Bitterg. I used one
bottle, but did not see any chance; another
did so change my nerves that thoy are now
as steady as they ever were. It used to
take both hands to write, but now my good
right hand writes thia. Now, it you con-
tinue to manufacture as honest and good
an article as you do, you will accumulate
an honest fortune, aud confer tho greatest
blessing on vour fellow-men that wai ever
conferred on mankind. Tim Bciich.
Lydia E. Pinkhatn's Vegetable Com
pound is daily working wonderful cures in
Foil Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Depression
of Spirits and General Debility, In their
various forms; also as a preventive against
Fever and Ague, and other Intermittent
Fevers,tho "Ferro-Pbosporated Elixir of
Calisnya," made by Caswell, Hazard & Cc,
Iscw lork.and sold by all Druggists, is the
best tonic; and for patients recovering from
Fever or other sickness, it has no equal. (1)
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain ot cutting teeth. 11 so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins-
low s boothiuc Svruo for Children Teeth-
ISSe t!rP" j3 S'later11:
lately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhoea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces iunammation, and gives tone and
enemy to the whole system. Mrs. WinB
low's Smithing Syrup tor Children leething
is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female I
physicians and nurses in the Lnited States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Will you Cough when Shiloh's Cure will
L-ive immediately relief, fnce, luc ouc.
Miss Anna Tuft, 48 Harrison street. Chi-
I cow. gays: ''Brown's Iron Bitters complete
ly cured me of nervousness, alter suuenng
To The West.
There are a number ot 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 Lnipn
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth. Atchison, St. Josepn ana umana.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars ot tlie very
fir est make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas. Co orado. Aew Mexico ana uai-
if-mi "nnnect with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
cxnruss trains lor uansas anu ixeoraaaa
. t. J r I t
1 . . I 1 r.l. ,L -
At Omaha, connection is msae wixn tue
Overland train for California.
ThiB line offers to parties enroute to the
WVst and Northwest not only fast time
I anil Hiincrior accomodations, but beautiful
scenerv. as it passes through tho finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. ena lor
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &c 'of this
line, which will be mailed tree.
C. B. Kjxjsas. F. Chasoi.kh.
Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agent. Gen'l Pass Agent.
Iju. Kmnk's 0kkt Nehvb Rkstomkk is
the marvel of the age for all nerve diseases,
All fits stopped free. Bond to 01 Arch
street. Phihdelnia. Pa.
That mKrt men averai $1.00 to In 00 par day pro
fit, tell ii( the 'Tucket .umnai," i ue most murvoi
loii" little volume ver issued. Needed, endorsed
and purcharnd hv all rlussos; nothing In too hook
lliiu ever eqnai to u. win prove u or lurmn r v.
Complete sample and outfit 6' c , or lull parti
culvr for stamp. Don't start out asaln until you
learn whatlsaldof thl hook, and what others
are dolin. W. il. THOMPHON, Publisher, 0l
Arch KtMit, Philadelphia, l'u. a praam
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Or the many remedies before tho nubile
for Nervous Debility and weakness of Nerve
Generative System, there is nono equal to
Alien a Brain iooit. winch promptly and
permanently restores an lost vigor; it never
tails, f 1 pkg., 0 for f 3. At druggists.
Tu all who aro sulTering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a rccipo that will cure you, kkek
of cuaroe. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to the Rev.
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ahilohs Catarrh Remedy a positive
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Young Men, Middle Aired Men and All
Men who sutler from early indiacrions
win end Aliens Urain rood the most pow
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Do Xot Be Deceived.
In these times of quack medicine adver
tisements everywhere it is truly gratifying
to find one remedy that is worthy of praise
ana which really docs as recommended.
Electric Bitters we can vouili for as being
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eases of the Kidneys and Urinary diffi
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The Best Salve '.n the world for Cuts,
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Mr. A Sneer, of New Jersey, whoso Port
Grape Wine has such a wide reputation,
and which physicians prescribe so general
ly, was the first in this country to import
the Port Grape vmes and to plart viuc-
vards of them ami to ir troduce tho art of
making wine from the Oporto (rape which
is now the nest wine to tie i)(i,ano nas tie-
Come a great favorite among tho mcst fash
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Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat
sj rat it
f I land dare belore yeu die, om-
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Ihsvo hehlod toconquertlme.
to a week In rour own town.
Klve Dollar ootflt fres. No
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BEFORE AN D AFTER
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ration of HRAi.Tn.vmoH ami kUxHono Oe.HAStiitD.
The Krid-t UlwoTpry nf the Nlni;lrnth C-nlurr.
Smd stones for Illustrated l'nuiplilut fra. Address
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' Address OR. WARD A CO., Louisiana. M
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(BEFORE AND AFTER
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1. ....it.;; H'JLum rruoi Nnrvnua and
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V -rr' I tn.lr masy ilooti
KmmlMm0mm mtm anlnhlf an4
Mayor N.B, Thlstlewood.
Treasurer T. J. Kerth.
Clerk Dennis. J, Koley.
Counselor Wm. H. UUhcrt.
Marshal L. H. Meyers,
Jittorney William Oecdricki.
boa an op at.uinai.f
first Ward-Wm.McHaie.T. M. Klmlm.n.rh
eerend Ward-Jesse Uinkle, 0. N. Uauhe.
Third Ward-B. F, Blake, John Wood.
Fourth Ward Chirl O. Psller. Adnltih Run.
fifth Ward-T. W. nallldar, Ernril B. t'sttlt.
Circuit Judg-li. J. Baker.
Circuit Clerk-A. H. Irvln.
County Judge J. II. hoMnsoh.
County Cltna a. J. llumni.
County Attorney J. M. Damrnn.
county Treasurer Miles w. rarker.
rihurttf John Uodnea.
Coroner K. FlUgurald
Count? Commlsiiouurn T.
W. Holiday, J. II.
Xulcaher and fitter riauo.
K. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. K.
TH4IH nSPABT. THAN AKHIVs.
M1I 3:05 a. m ItMall 4:t a.m
rAecora datioa.ll :IUa.m sEiuruss U:lua.m
tKiprei 3:50 p.m I Accntndatloa..:l& p.m
C. UT. L.4N. 0. R. B. (Jackaon Itunle).
t.Mall 4:a.m ItMall .. 4:30p.m
tKxpres.... 1U:M0 a m tKxun-s 10:;m m
tAc modttloD 8: re p.m I
ST. L.AC. R. R. iNanowGuuve 1
Expres..M , 1U:U .m ciirvsK 4 40 p.m
Accom'dUon. t :le i.m 1 Accoiu'dstloiil' ln p ui
t)T. L.. I. II. AH K. R
tBiprs......,10Vlp.m I tKiprcss . 5: J" p m
Wabash. st. lopih pautpip ivy r:o
Mail A k .... 4:45 ,m Moll ft Ki.... 9:45 p.m
Arcom'datloo 4:oi p.m I Arrom'dailon msm ui
Prelgat -.....5:00 a.m. Frfll.lit 8 SO p.m.
Uatij except Hundr. t Daily.
MOBILE A OUPJ II. R-
-.5:Ma.ni. I Mall
:10 p. m.
Shortest aud Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Only JLine KuiminL?
Making Dikxct Connkctk
rAii Lsavi Cairo:
:05 1 in. Mail.
Arrlvliiflo .Louis 45 a.m : Calf't,S:'i 1. m ;
Cue nuci k t OiUti ud Kmnt-haui tor 1 iu.',u
BU, L isvllle. ladiaaapoli and point E.i
11:1 1 nun. bt. Iouis unci V'-t-rri
Irrlvlof in 8t. Lout 7:05 p. m., and conr.ectn.(
rnr an poini est.
3:SO p.m. Fasit Kipress
FrHt. Loots and t'hlcaeo, arrlvmtr at St. Louis
10:40pm., nd Chicago , :) a m
.'J:0O Ji m. Cincinnati Kxpress.
Arrlvtcg at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Louisrille f.'i
a.m.; inoianapoiia :uo .m. rassenKcr 17
thi train reach th above point 1 U to 31
UuCKS In advance ol an; other rout.
1T-The8:5n p. m. eapruss ha PULLMAN
sLtKPlNGCAK Cairo to Cincinnati, vlthoit
changes, nd throogh sleepers to St. Loali and
Fast Time Kast.
PllSiPnOOro nf lb" "nc go through to Kasi.
I ClAVllMCiS srn noints without nv delay
caused by Huuday Intervmlni;. The Htturday after-
ooon train frou Cairo arrive In new Yo'k Monday
nontlUK t 1;M. Thirty-six hour In advance of
MT-For through ticket and further Information.
apply at Illinois Central Railroad lx-pot. Cairo.
J- II. JOSKK, Ticket Af'M.
A.B. HANSON. 00. Pass. Agent. thlci0
Nelson County Whisky,
137 OHIO levki:.
IIKCITY NATIONAL HANK.
71 OH 10 LKVHK.
A General Bankine; business
THOS, W. IIAl,bll)A .
STERI'RISR HAVING ItANh.
KXCLI'SIVULV A SAVIXliS H K
TTfOW. V. KAMilPA ','
'l'rii' 'ti t' r
CittCi icbk's Orrif, I
Caiuo, 111., March Ml 1, leg :. I
Pnh'lc notice Is heri-hy given that on Tuesday thtt
17thdayof April, A. f). lsn, a B'-nnral rleciioi.
...111 l, hiild In the cl v ofCairo. con 11 IV of Aluxan
der, slate fllllnol, for tho elev.tlon of th MUmi.
tot tismed ofttcor, vin A mayor, city clerk, clt-5
treasurer, CUV anornny sun u" it " 1
each of thnflv wards of the city. For the pur,
pose or said erennon pniisw it , a.A 1
f.illowinir nam.d pla.es, vis: , In the Klrst wsrd aj
the enum house of the Aro nre oounmnji yi
I and Heady fire coiniiany: In the Third ' "
enirlne hou-e of the IllWnlan Are comi n-iv
Th.. if.T.,,.1. ,.-.r,i at the coiitt house; tu lliu Hfi
Hoeonii warn, at in ssciss "' ?i
"...1 I. k. ., nr lha Anchor l.re toirt
pai v Maid election will he opened ai . lull!
o'clock lnthamomliiand con H nun opeii.-l unit,
ItMtn o'clock la th nfiornnon ol omo 1 ay
By order of the city coiiodt. D.J.lol, v .
peopio art' a 1 wnys on 1 n. 100
out for chuncos lo Inert1
tbelr earnings, and In 11 nil
become wtiAilliy; those wh
no ntn improve mt'iroppo
tlillilina rutnaiii in povorl
Wo olTor a great ehanc to make money, We wa
mnv man. woman, hors and art rl tu work lor 1
rlKutlDiltnlrowalocalttlii Anyonnran do til
work properly from th Brst siart. The hiislnr-i
will nsv mors thtn ten times orniuarr wsito. II
I pdstvoul8t furnished frse. No 000 who enusio
.. I fftlia tO'tnak 0100 lPldly TfOll 00 dt'V
u ku .In. I,, Ih. n,b. n.
moment. Full Information aud all that Is oeodi'l
MntftM. Address riaBOK UO, Portland, H