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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 12, im
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tom; M. lH-lafimUilno, of Chicago; and Guatavui
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CHICAGO COKSl-r CO., Chicago, lib
Steve Was in Town.
I liavo a joke on Judge. Charley Clan
cy that will break your heart It was
tho eve of the day on which tho Bliss
Sprague contest was to bo decided. In
the Delavtw House a band of gladiators
were assembled reviewing the Held and
fortifying themselves against the enemy.
Some one remarked that Clement, of
Saratoga, was not doing right in voting
to scat. iSpraguo.
"1 know a man that can fix him," ex
claimed Judge Clanev.
"Whti is he?" asked (Jen. Spinola,
deeply interested. "Telegraph to him
by all means."
So the Judge hastened down to the
telegraph office, loth to trust the duty
to a waiter, ami soon was speeding on
iu way this message:
To Steve Dunn, Saratoga:
You are wanted hero immediately.
Matter of great neecessity. Take next
triiiji. C. M. CLANCY.
The Judge waited an hour, but no
response came, and the council of war
advised another dispatch, and it went
off as follows:
Why don't you answer my dispatch?
If you're a friend of mine lose no time
Still no answer, and at last the Judge,
out oi patience, sent the following:
To 1'iisl miLsler. Sni-nfoim!
Is Steve Dunn in town f Have wired
him twioo and got no answer.
Tho answer came back as follows:
Yes, Steve Dunn is in that part of the
town devoted to cemetery purposes.
He's been dead two years.
All the gladiators laughed except
How He Counted the Eebels.
It is related that when Lee's army
was passing through (iettysburg, Mr.
Messersmith, cashier of tho bank, stand
ing on the bank steps, undertook to as
certain their number, tallying every 100
on a slip of paper in his hand. A rebel
Officer ordered him todesist under threat
of arrest. Mr. Messersmith politely
bowed, went to his barn, procuring 100
grains of corn, which he held in his
right baud thrust into his pantaloons
pocket. He uok his stand ou the steps
of the bank, like any other careless
looker-on, and for every 100 men he
dropped a grain. When his hand was
emjity he had numbered 10,000 men,
aim men no gathered tho grains up
again to repeat the census. Thus ho
stood in the hot sun counting till ho had
numbered the entire host 60,000. The
night after the march he communicated
to Gov. Curtin tho information he had
Twenty-Four Hours to Live.
From John Kuhn, Lafayette, Ind., who
aunounces that he is now in "perfect
health," we have the following: "Ono
year ago I was to all appearance in the
last stages of Consumption. Our best
physclans gsve my dasc up. I finally got
o low that our doctor siid I could not live
twenty-four hours. My friends then pur
chased a bottle or DIt. WM. HALL'S UAL
SAM FOR THE LUNGS, which consider
ably benefitted me. I continued until I
tKik nine bottles. I am now in perfect
health, having used no other medicine."
DR. EkWITT C. KffLLINGER'S LINI
MENT is so infallible cure for Rbeuma
tiim, Sprains, Lameness and Diseases of the
Scalp, and ior promoting the growth of the
. Edey's Carbolic Troucbus cure cold and
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8ATCRDAY MORNING, MAY 12, 1883.
THE IRISH QUESTION.
It is Propounded in an Indiana Arenue
Car by a Young Man Closely Re3emb
' hug "Ho. 1."
It was on an Indiana avenue car go
ing south yesterday afternoon that a
nicely-dressed young man attracted
general attention and for a few minutes
interrupted an animated discussion be
tween several elderly ladies as to tho
relative merits of cambric and silessia
for dress linings. The car was well
tilled with ladies bound homeward with
their arms full of placques, tho result
of the afternoon shopping in their arms.
At Adams street the youug man entered
the car, and swung for a moment from
the strap, his loud checked overcoat
flapping in the faces of those sitting
near him. A dive for a vacant seat next
to an eye-glassed young lady with a roll
of music in her lap was successfully
made, and as he seated himself the
uew-comer looked triumphantly around,
surprised that the feat had been so
easily performed. His roving eyes took
in successfully the faces of his fellow
passengers, but finding no encourage
ment no turned toward his musical
companion, stared at her fixedly, and
broke out abruptly with, "What are
you going to do about Ireland?"
The lady stared, but gave no indica
tion of having heard the question. Her
entire attention was absorbed in a re
fractory glove, which refused to remain
buttoned. He glanced suspiciously
around the car, glared for a moment at
the young lady, and again fired the
question at her: "Well, what do you
propose doing about Ireland?"
The glove was a most diflicult ono to
fasten, and so wholly taken up was she
that the second inquiry parsed unheed
ed. The loudh -shouted question at
tracted the attention of . everyone pres
ent, conversation ceased and, as the car
stopped to let off a passenger, there was
an uncomfortable silence. The poor
victim addressed squirmed uneasily in
her seat under the persistent gaze of tho
speaker after information, and looked
as though she would liko to run away.
But the conundrum evidently had a cer
tain fascination for the questioner, and
ho would not easily bo disconcerted.
No mere subterfuge., could shake him
off, and he seemed oetermined to ascer
tain just what the occupants of tho car
were going to do about Ireland. Be
fore tho iuquiry could , be repeated the
young lady gathered up her music roll
and retreated to a safer seat in the cor
ner. Her .tormentor stared blankly af
ter her and appeared to be meditating
pursuit, but the distance was too great
to be safely accomplished, so the youth
proceeded to cast about for a fresh vic
tim. He found him in a venerable
looking man inoffensively reading an
afternoon paper. ,The, young fellow
rose in his seat, clutched the window
frame for support, peered, over the old
man's paper, and said determinedly:
The reader dropped his paper, looked
up over his spectacles, , and replied
sharply to the inquiring tone:
"Well, sir?", ?
"I want to know what you are going
to do about Ireland."
: "About what?". ' ' ...
'About Ireland.' What are you go
ing to do about it?"; n v.
"I am going to do nothing at a.l."
"Nothing?" . , f ( n. ;;
"Not a tiling. Not as'uigie, solitary
thing. 1 don fa know anything about it,
and don't care, so you lot mo alone,"
said the old man in a threatening tone.
"But," persisted the crank irrele
vantly, "England will never whin the
' United States.-' ''Never; 'Mr, never.
; "You go away aftd let me a,loue, now
1 I tell you," was the only reply, as the
old man picked up his paper with o
i dfigged air.
i The young man slid back into his seat
muttering to himself, ' "doing to dc
; nothing at all agoing nothing ott
j -," and fell asleep wiiuhishead dowcc
! upon his breast L'hiengo Times.
Afraid of Tailing Out.
"According to the testimony of the
witnesses vou were caught just as you
were getting out of the window, with
tho coutents of tho till in your pocket.
Now, what excuse have you got," and
the Judge leaned back in his chair very
complacently. ' r
"I know it, Judge, and I shall always
bo grateful to tho man who caught me.
' When I have these sonamhulistiu lits 1
am in danger of falling out of windows
and hurting myself." -
, "That idea never occurred ' to mo,"
, remarked tho Judge pcnsiyely.
! "It has often occurred to me." re
: marked the prisoner, with unconscious
"That being the case, I will direct
"To turn mo loose."
"No; but to have an extra bar put
across your cell window, for fear you
may ian out 7'cje Sifting.
Nautical Two tramps, very thirsty,
are Seated in a liurer.hm.v milium Invw.l.
untary listeners to au argument be
tween two pretty well "loaded" legal
fenuemen on mo budjoci oi tree ships,
irsttramn (lo.O "That ain't iwl.
terest to us, is it, Billy?" Second Tramp
"No, Sam; what we want to 'ear
about U ireo schooners." i.
Materials for a Soienoa of Politics.
Thero is a vast difference between
cnllinga branch of knowledge a science
because it can only bo profitably studied
by tho use of the same logical methods
as are indispensable in the mastery of
the best established physical sciences,
and boing, as yet, scientifically .culti
vated, or advanced in outward form to
tho full proportions of a maturely de
veloped science. It may bo, indeed,
that, from a number of causes to bo
shortly adverted to, Politics will always
present an appearance neither homo
geneous nor, in one sense exact.
But these defect neither impair tho
genuine truth of the universal laws
to which the topic is submitted, nor
ought to convey any intputation on tho
only methods serviceable in'treating it.
Admitting, as a provisional and prac
tical postulate, the freedom of tho hu
man will, it might indeed sqem to bo
impossible, on tho face of it, to bring
within the domain of stringent scientific
methods any class of materials largely
conversant with the direct actions and
emotions of mankind. But there are
certain corrections which reduce the sig
nificance of any skeptical conclusions
which might be drawn.
In the first place, the more extensive
ly and minutely historical studies are
carried on and tho investigations of
travelers pursued and recorded, the
more uniform does human nature ap
pear, and the more calculable are tho
nctions, sentiments, and emotions of
large classes of mankind, when the an
tecedents and surrounding conditions
are ascertained. So far as political in
quiries are concerned, it is more with
classes, groups, and assemblages of
men, and with considerable stretches of '
time, than with any individual men at
a given moment that the investigator is
occupied. Thus the historical method,
in proportion as it is extensively pur
sued, contains in itself its own correc
tives. But, in the second place, if the re
searches of historians and the reports of
travelers contain an endless and bound
less mass of facts which seem rather to
increase tho list of human eccentricities
than to reduce it by discovering a dom
inant, order nnd an integral unit of
progress nnd purpose, yet here again
the problem of finding a" scientific form
for tho theory of government is on the
whole simplified rather than otherwise.
As explorations of all sorts are multi
plied and extend, they take the place of
the logical instrument of experiment;
and the result of them is, that a limited
number of propositions aro evolved
which admit of being announced with a
fair assurance of their universality. If
the area of observation be limited, the
truths reached will, indeed, be propor
tionately restricted in number but with
in this area they will be none the less
valid. I'rof. Sheldon Amos, in Popular
Science Monthly for April.
A PINT APIECE.
An amusing misunderstanding occur
ed here in Austin a few days ago. Col.
Mapleson Doilgo hired a couple of dar
keys to move his furniture to his new
house. After they had brought tho first
load of furniture to the new house, tho
Colonel, who was starting a vegetable
garden, told them, on the next trip, to
bring a pint of peas from tho grocery.
He waited and waited for tho second
load of household effects, but it never
arrived. Finally, he started out to see
what had become of his household
effects. There was the loaded wagon
in front of the grocery store, inside
were the two darkeys as drunk as ad
journing congressmen. hen the Col.
told them to get a pint of peas, they un
derstood him to say "a pint apiece,"
and a pint of whisky they sell in the
Austin grocery store will stagger a leg
islator w ho bus served two consecutive
Jl ST TO SEE HOW IIB LIKED IT.
llt liitnf OMi'j 'IVifn Vo.,rur n ftnlluin
.,.1." . i A - i i , uv.vrur.iu
of Col. l'ercy Yerger, paid tho family
of the hit tern visit. Tom is from Vir
ginia, and lus manners are rather free
and easy for Austin, where the young
ladies are proverbial for their modesty
IWMI 1IJIJTM I III
"'. iiivi nin; j will nv. bMttll
had the impudence to stroll into the room
oi susie icrger, a young lady oi six
teen. She was very indignant, and she
asked him angrily:
"What do you mean, sir, by such con
duct? Don't you know it is improper
for you to come into a young lady's
room without knocking? Some morn-
lnr I intithil tt'iilL- tntn T-nnr rnntii
while vou are dressing, iust'to see how
you like it.
IIAI!!l.Y WUUTII WHILE.
"I heerd votii' old mudderwas dead!"'
said Sam Jolmsing to (Jabo Snodgrass,
a colored citizen of Austin.
".Jes' so. She died las' week."
"Was she sick long?"
"No: she ies' tuck slek one dav an'
died dc ne"
"Only sick ono dav! Do Lor', whv
dat was hardlv wuff while." Texas
The Jews of Toronto are moving to
have certain reforms introduced into
their religious service, including: tho
Beating of both sexes together instead of
separate. This matter has been refer
red to tho Chief Rabbi in England, but
should bis decision bo adverse a seces
sion and independent movement will re
sult, it is said.
..... jjuiuu al
with 85 per out. dle.ount fur month of Mav
..V Kidney Complaints,
for which tbcix Sprliu. are nccuiiv .nnin
be fiirulBhod Ircm iiri..in:.V C11?,?",?a c.0B,d
been p., m.nen.l, cufed by on. OTwKs "S
nil afroutueof thu wtlur, . ay
P. O AILKNBPKINUH,
1'opo Co., III.
J. E. LEMEN,
W, T. uAMBiiitr, river editor of I'm Btai.arm
and tteamboat ptueaifer aitunt. Order for all
klndiof iteurabott job printing lollcUed. Office
at Bower' .European Hotel. No. 7t Ohio levea. .
The Gus Fowler from Paducah will re
port hero at 8 p. m. connecting with I. C.
R. R. and leave on her return trip at 4:30
The Gus Fowler arrived hero at the usual
hour last evening And had on board about
150 citizens of Paducah. Among the dele
gation was the Bullitt Light Artillery com
pany of that city who played at the Opera
House here last night to a nice audience of
the society people of both Paducah and
Cairo, and (or anietuers, did exceedingly
well. For particulars see our local column.
The Guiding Star arrived here yesterday
morning at 2 o'clock. She had au excel
lent trip, added 100 tons of freight here
and a few passengers for Memphis and
Tho City of Baton Rouge from St. Louis
arrived here at for New Orleans early yes
terday and left at 4 p. in. loaded flat. .
The Mary Houston from New Orleans
passed up tor Cincinnati at 2 a. m. yester
day. She had every room occupied. Nearly
The ilud-on from Shawneetown is due
this evening for St. Louis. The Hudson
has first-class accommodations. Sue W. F.
Linibdin, Passenger Agent, and get your
The City of Arkansas from Vicksburg
will report h ere for St. Louis this evening.
The Cons Millar from Cincinnati is due
this evening for Memphis. See W. F.
Lambdin, Passenger Agent, and get jour
The Andy Baum fn m Memphis is due
here to-morrow morning for Cincinnati.
The Belle Memphis leaves St. Louis this
evening for Vicksburg.
The John A. Scudder leaves St. Lmis
for New Orleans this evening.
Mr. Jas. P. Thompson, one of the editors
of Daily Evening News of Paducah, was in
the city yesterday. He accompanied the
Bullitt Light Artillery here and returned
with them on the Fowler last night.
The' B. 8. Rhea from Nashville is due
hero to-morrow evening and will leave here
on her return trip to morrow morning at 10
One voice all over the land goes up from
mothers, that says, "My daughters are so
feeble and sad, with no strength, all out of
breath and life at the least exertion. Wht
can we do for them?" The answer is sim
ple and full of hope. One to four weeks'
use of Hop Bitters will make them healthy,
rosy, sprightly, and cheerful.
Will you Cough when Shiloh's Cure will
give immediately relief. Price, 10c. 50c.
and $1. (11)
To all who are 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, free
ok ciiauok. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Joseph T. Inhan, Station D., New York
bucKien'u Arnica Salve
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Ilands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by Geo. E
For dressing the hair, and beautifying it
when gray, nothing is so satisfactory as
arker s Uair Balsam.
Be wise; simply call on your druggist
foi "Dr. Sellers' Cough Syrup," when you
have a cold or cough. 25c. a bottle.
Pure Cod LiyerOil made from selected
livers, on the sea-shore, by Caswell, Hazard
& Co, New York. It is absolutely pure
and Bwect. Patients who have once taken
it prefer it to all others. Physicians have
decided it superior to any of tho other oils
Cuapped Hands, Face, pimplk.3, nd
rough skin, cured by using Juniper Tar
Soap, made by Caswell, Hazard & Co.
New York. W
Nashville, Paducah & Cairo Packet.
The elegant and palatial atuarner
JB. S. RHEA,
J. 6. TYNItft m m.Mater
BILI.Y HCU8TON Clerk
iieavo Cairo evory Monday at 4 p. m. for Nash
Nashville, Paducah & Cairo U. S. Mail
W. II. CHERRY,
PINK DUES Miatur
JOLLY II A KD -...Clerk
Leave thl port (very Wednesday at p.m. for
AB Vim mh from loAlMreOtnt, tiriM.i or Mb
mmt, tr,M, low piritM, pnytMwii anunto,
U(bi ShIIm vrniitrlr, at. fw Mrwlalr
MMtf MM. Without IMMAh MAIriM. T1
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Tho act of fermenting the Oporto Grape
into wine in this country has been brought
to a greater degree of perfection by Mr. Al
fred Speur, of New Jersey, than by any
other person; and his wine is very popular
as an evening wine, as woll as for the com
munion table and for invalids. For sale
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 tho poor littlo sufferer imraed
lately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistnke about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhtea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to tho wholo system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is tho prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and beet female
physicians and nurses in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Who is the Prettiest Girl Iu America?
Is a question that would perplex a con
gress of connoisseurs assembled to nominate
the most beautiful. But such an assem
blage would not be surprised to learn, that
the most charming of their sex, on this side
of the Atlantic, enhance the beauty and
preserve the soundness of their teeth with
BOZODONT, si uco everybody knows, that
the ladies prefer it to any and all dentifri
ces. Let no man say after this, that women
lack judgmeut. j
To The Went.
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 Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
fie est make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and C'al
ifrni" nnnect with txpresi trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
ex pre-s trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This line offers to parties enroute to the
West 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 maps, pamphlets, Ac, of this
I me. which will be mailed free.
C. B. Kisnan, F. Chandler,
Ass't Ocn'l Pass. Agent. Gen'l Pass Agent.
Tub L'lorv of a man is his strength. If
vou are wn kenpd down through ezcrwiiva
study, or by early indiscretions, Allen's
liraia rood wilt permanently restore all
lost viuor. and strengthen all the muscles
of Brtin and Body, f 1 pkg, 6 for 5
Far more valuable than those golden
apples of Ilesperides are the life, health
and beauty of Womanhood. Mrs. Pink-
ham s V egetuble Compound restores and
preserves all these.
Au old Man'u Relief.
Have used Parker's Ginger Tonic for my
bad cough and hemorrhage I had twenty
fire years. I feel like another man since I
used it. Am 60 years past Believe it
sure to cure younger persons. A. Orner,
, L. Nelson, 2U5 Loo mis St., Chicago, III.,
says: "Brown s Iron Bitters has done me a
great deal of eood as a tonic."
Fortunes for Fanners and Mechanics
Thousands of dollars can be saved by us-
nrr Kroner iudemeiit in taking care of the
health of yourself and family. If you are
Bilious, have sallow complexion, poor ape
tit. low and denressed snirits. and irencrallv
debilitated , do not delay a moment, but
go at once and procure a bottle oi tnoso
wonderful Electrio Bitters, which never fail
to cure, and that for the trifling sum of fif
ty cents. Tribune. Sold by Harry W.
Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy a positive
euro for Catarrh, Diptheria and Canker
Dit. Kunk'b Great Nerve Restorer is
the marvel of tho age for all nerve diseases.
All fitsstoppod free. Send to 001 Arch
street. Philadelnia. Pa.
UNITED STATUS CIRCUIT COURT, SOUTH-
EKN DIoTIUCT OF ILLINOIS.
rsTiTtoN ron conimnaton or iti fob a
MAIIINR HOSPITAL AT CAIRO, ILUHOH.
Notice la hereby tlvcn to Edwin Ptrton of New
York City, and to lb unknown owner of a blcw k
of land in Uie city of Cairo, lllinol, bounded by
Tenth mrret. Twelfth atreot, Cedar Iroot and Jeff
emon avrnno.all In tho city of Cairo, H'.lnol", that
h petition Una Demi nii'd on Denau or me unura
Rmtoa In the dark' office of mid court to condemn
the bove premlno fur the pnrpow of a alia for a
Marine llmiiltal, ana inai lain pennon win u
for heirlng at the June term fald court.
4.A. UOHK, umr.
That "mart men vere IS.OO to S 00 per day pro
01, ttall mi the "I'ockot Manual." The moat marvel.
Ion little volume ever taned. Needed, endowed
and purchased by all cUc nothing In the book
line ever equal to It. Will prove It or forfeit $.V 0.
Complete i.mplo and outfit B o , or lull bartl
culor for "lump. Don't aiart out attain not.) you
learn what I alri of this book, and what other
are dnln. W. II. TflUMPHON, Publlhor, 401
Arch Street, Philadelphia. Pa. pr3in
T"T"1. riint ,lf sweeping by, go
II I 11 LI f I land dare bulor yen die, om.
I LHiiX I tlilnR mliihty and sublime
III 1KI I leave behind toconqner time."
'-w--fv-' fnoaweuk in yourown town.
Klve Dollar outfit free, No
rink. Everything now. Capital not required. We
will furnish you everything Many ar making
fortune. Ladle mako a much a men, and boy
and girl make urott pay Header, If yon want
hnoliie at which yon can make great pay all the
time, writ for particular to II. 1IALLKTT A CO
Vortltnd, Main. i
Election. Notice. 1 j
Cm Ci.anK ornes, i l
Caiao, III., April nh, 1HMS. f
lul'ltonntical hereby irWvn that on Tueadtiy
thdSihday ofMiv, A. P. 1SH.1, a ipeolal election
will be bnld at the enirlna hou-e of the Anch'tr
Kin company. Iu tho Kllth wnrd, city pr Oro,
111., Inr the election of one aldeiman fiom ld
watdto llll v icaticy catloed by the raalgna Win tif
T W. llallldav, oa d election npoo at S o't qck In
the hhiititiiit an i continue open until 7 o clock In
the afternoon of (aid dv. By order of city com
Gil. U.J. fOLKY, City Clerk.
LLINOLS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
1 ,; T O
St. louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line llunniny;
9 DAILY TRAINS
Making Direot Connection
FiuiM Ls.vs Cairo:
:05 a in. Mall, ,.
Arrivtugtn ..Lout 1:45 a.m.; Cb!cagn,tf:aop.in.:
Connect K at Odin and kfflnbim for Clucln
naU, h lUvtllo, ludlanapoli and point Baal.
11:1 i a.m. Ht. I.oulw nnd Wotern
trrtvtnirin St. LoulT:06p. in., and connectlni
for all point West.
3 BO p.m. Kuat Kxprea.
FrHt. Louli and Chlcifo, urUiBir at St. Loul
10:40 p.m., and Chicago T:i in
3:fiO p.m. C.Miiniiinhtl Kxpreii.
rrtTln(t at Cincinnati 7:'i a.m.; Louiarille U :55
a.m.; Indlanapiilla 4:U5 a.m. Paeiwnxert by
tht train reach the above point IS to 30
, UOVKH to dvoce ol any other route,
pr-ThS:50 p. m. ezpre ha PCLLatAN
iLEIPINO C'AU Cairo to Cincinnati, without
hnita,ud throngb deeper to St tool and
Fast Time hZnnt.
PrtQSPTtO'PlHl ,,f tni' llne go thruuirta to Eait.
I CWSCllCXn rn point without Any delay
caoMd by Sunday Intervening. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrive in new York Monday
nornlug at 10:36. Thirty lix hour In advance o
bt other route.
iWVor through ticket and further Information,
pplv at Illlaol Central luilroid Depot, Cairo.
. J. U. JONES, Ticket Agent.
A. H. HANSON. Jn. Cm. Aged. Chicago
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. K.
THAIR DBPAKT. TUAM AHRIV.
...... 8:05 a.m I tMI1 ;, .m
Aecoin'dation.U:10 a m I Kxuru ........ll:lo.m
lExpre 3:50 p.m 1 Accnmdatioa'..4:U p.m
' C. ST. L. St N. O. R. B. (Jackaon Route).
tMU........ 4:4a.mMaU....... .. 4:)p.to
Kxpw 10::) a m tExpre. 10:au m
tAc inodatlon 8:M)p.m
ST. L. AC. It. It. (Narrow Gauge )
Expreaa-.... . 10:9ia.m Exprv 4:40 p.m
'Atcom'datton. 2:1V p.m i Accou'd(tloiil'i:lu p.m
ST.L.. 1.1 AS. K. R
tBxprw insiop.m tExpre....... g:S0 p m
WAUASH, ST. LOUIS PACIFIC K'Y CO.
Mall Ki .... 4:45 a.m Mali A Ex.... :4S p m
Areom'dtloD 4:W p.m I Accom'dalion I0:m i.m
Freight ....5:00 a.m. Freight .......... .8:30 p.m.
o.lly except Bund.y. t Dally.
MOBILE A OHIO R. R!
Mall 3:U a. m. I Mall -....9:10 p. m
CAIRO BAPTIST. Corner Tenth and Poplar
treeu; preaching tint and third Sunday in
lach month, II a. m. and 7:30 p. m : prayer meet
ng Thuraday, 7:30p. m.; Sunday achool, :30 a.ra
Jtev. A. J. UBSS Paator.
pHVRCH OF TUB KEDBBM KR Eplep
J Koarteentb (tr.et; Snnd.y 7:00 m., Holy
Communion 10:30a. m.. Morning Prayer 11 a. ni.
Sunday ichool S p. m., Evening Prayer 7:u p.m.
F. P Davenport, 8. T. B. Rector.
rlR8T MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHUKCH.
V Prvarhlng at lO W' a. n.., s p. m.. and 7-JO p. m.
'abbath ichool at 7:80 p. m lltv. T. J. Hhor.,
LUTHERAN Thirteenth itreet; errU Sab
bath 1 :30 a. m. ; Sunday ichool 1 p. m. Kv.
METHODIBT-Cor. Eighth and Walnut atraeta
Preachlug Sabbath 11 :0o a. m. and 7:30 p.m.
nnday bebooi at a:uup.m. Itv. J. A. Scarrett,
I )UB8BTTBKIAN Eighth (treet; preacntng on
1 Sabbath at 11:40 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; prayer
aiMllng Wmlneaday at 7:9') p.m.; Sanday School
ttS p.m. Kev B.T.O.orge, putor.
ST. JOSEPH S--tHoman Catholic) Corner Croi
and Walnut Itreet; (.rvlce Sabbath 10:80.
n.; Sunday School at S p. m.; Vcuperi 1 p. m.; ier
nee (very day at 8 a. m. Kev. O'llara, Prleat.
PATRICK'S- Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
3 itreet and Waahlngton avenne; i.rvlce Sab
atb Sand 10 a. m.; Vesper 8 p. m.; Sunday School
' p. m. aerrlce every day at 8 a m. Re?. Maatolier
Mayor N. B. Tnitlcwood.
Tre.iurer T. J. Kcrth.
Clerk Dennla. J, Foley.
Counielor Wm. B. Gilbert.
Marhal-L. II. Meyera,
Utorney WUllam llendrtr..
boa no or ALuaaaia
rtrat Ward Wm.McHale. T. M. Kltnbrongh.
Second Ward-Jeo Iliukle, 0. N. Hughes.
Third Ward B. F, Blake, Johu Wood.
Fourth Ward Charle O. Pstler, Adolph Swo
bxla. Firth Ward-T. W. Ballldav, Erneat B. Pettlt.
Circuit Judge D.J. linker
Circuit Clork A. II. Irvin.
County Jndre J. II. Kolilnnon.
County Clerk H.J. Ilunim.
County Attorney J . M. Dsuirou.
County Treasurer Mile W. Parker.
Sheriff John Hodge.
Coroner R. Fltaperald
County CommlKslonon-T. W. Halltday, J. It.
Mnlcahuy and Pnter riauo.
rpilECrTY NATIONAL, BANK.
Of Cairo, llllnolaj. ,
71 OUlO LEVKK.
, A Gcueral Banking business
".. ' TH08. W. IIALiaL) AY,
s -., Cashier
NTBRPR18K SAVING BANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
' TIIOS. V. IXAIiLIDAY
ft ALLIDAY BROTHERS
DiAj.iaani ' ' ''-.;'.,
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cub Prlee Paid for Wheat.