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PURE CREAM TARTA
51000. Given a
If Jum or any fnjurioiiaiiinaiunuvscau be round
In Andrews Pearl Baking Powder. Is pot
tiTih PURE. Being endorsed, nmltwtlmonlali
receiYod ( nui) such cliemisis as 8. lana lluys, But
ton; M. IVIafimtalnp, of Chirngo; and Uustavu
Bode, Milwaukee. Never told in bulk.
C. E. ANDREWS . CO.
t6 MlclllL'iill AY.
87. 2M Si m E. Water
Every Corsi-t is wurruntod liitis
factory to its wearer In every way,
or the money will be refunded by
the person from whom it waa bought.
"ThcnnlvOor'pmnoiiiiml by our learflna- P';!1
2t hUur If the wearer. nUn.lrTiy JJ
tbf , "iiiitmifuriUo miJ perfect lilting Co"" vur
'"la " rRU-ER.tr Mull, PwUe Pali.
Health Preening. 1.60. Kelf.AdJu.tln l .60
Abeo-Jlnul (eitra heavy) SS.OO. Nur.la. 1.60
Uealtk Preaervliia (tine enutlll 100. )Vhi
ror .ale ty leadlna KrUII Uealer. everywhere.
CU1CAGO COiMET CO.. Chlcttiro, III.
There hat never been an Inilanra in which this
aterllnglnvlgorantend antl-febrilo medicine haa
tailed to ward oif the complaint, when takun duly
ai a protection Hgaln.t malaria. Hundred of
f hiMclaiii have abandoned all the otllcial tpec
Sci, and nnw preacribe thlt htrmlen vogotahle
toulc for ch lit and fever, an wall at dyppia and
nervous affliction. . Uuetettvr'l Bitters it tin
For tale by all DrugriKti and Dealer gonerally.
''Who Am I, Anyway."
A short time n0, says tlio Sftlt. Lalco
Tribune, a bright lokinp; Danish hov
i'l'i)L'tl Into a lawvcr's olUcn ami saitf:
"I want you to Cell mo w!o I am,"
laying a $." bill on the desk at tho samo
Tlie lawyor, jnpiiior alU'rnatcly at
the boy ami at the bill, shaking his
"It stM'ins you aro a funny boy?"
"Not lunny at all. You will find it
a very sunous matter.
"Well, ro ahead and explain it."
'About twenty vears rl'o a wealthy
Danish lady, mv a widow, ennie over
m tins country villi her two daughters.
There was a Norwegian and his boy.
J be father married both the widow's
daughters. Ono year after, the Nor
wegian s boy married the
widow. The result of that
was tiiioUuir Ikiv. and. if
I am mi i . f
am that boy. The Norwegian'- boy
died. Tho Dani.sli widow was a widow
again, but tlie old Norwegian married
her too. After that tlie old lady died,
and one year ago the old gentleman,
too, afti-r bo had made himself tho
owner of his third wife's property. Now;
when I elaim that property, my sister
said: 'Stop, you can t be tho heir at all!'
You areourlato husband's grandchild.
Hy her marriage with him you became
your mother's grandchild, too, and after
she died, we became your mothers' and
you never can inherit the property be
fore we are dead. That's what my
sister mothers say, but 1 think that can't
be right, and there mtbt be some mis
take in polygamy. Now, sir, please to
tell uie what I am who ami.''
The lawyer, thrusting his chin Into
his nock, answered tmthetleallys "You
aro a polygnmlstake!"
The Doctor's Endorsement.
Dr. W. D. Wright, Cincinnati, U., leodt the tub.
joined DrofiwlouMl endoroemi'Dtt "I have lira
scribed l)r. Win. Hall' Bullion for the LnoRt In a
ureai eumnur or ciaet, and a wai t wun iiiccom
Ono cute in i articular wai irlvcn up by aeveral iihy
lelant who had beun called in furcontaltatlun with
myeoir. The iiatlent hal all the aymutomt ol eon
firmed Contiimptlon cold ululit tweatt, heutlc
lever, haratiiK coukIi, etc. He commenced Im-
meaiauir to get better and wat eonn rettored to
lilt utnal health. I bare alto found Dr. Win. Hall's
vaitam lor the l.uur the niont valuable expect
orant f.r breaking u n dlitrvarlnir couiiUt aud coldt
thai 1 have tvur eaf."
Durun't Catarrh Houff caret Catarrh and ill af
faction' of the uincoua uvanbraae.
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K. A. BURNETT,
TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 15, 188a.
Education for Mechanics.
The question of tho extent of the
benefits of education to tho working
mechanic is an old nue. Many place
too high a value upon tho utility of
learning. To them knowledge seems
all powerful; it is a key that unlocks
evory door. It is among thoso of les
ser culture that this opinion mostly ob
tains. . They overestimate tho value of
science, w hile the better educated fall
into the opposite error, and undervalue
It.. As usual, tho truth is to bo found
in tho middle. Education of whatever
nature exerts a certain influence upon
all other actions but is not responsible
for everything. Those who are wat
ing In it are apt to attribute all their
troubles to this deficiency. How often
does some inellicient mechanic say that
he would have done much better if
ho had only been educated. Ho cannot
see that his faults are positive and in
herent. Those who possess education,
finding that their natural faults still im
pede their progress, come to the conclu
sion that what they have learned is of
In tho case of the mechanic it is not
easy to determine just wlmt knowledge
is worth. After he has learned his trade
mechanically, It is worth his while to
go further aud read up what has been
written about it. While many of the
best workmen do not uo book knowl
edgo at all, the typical intelligent
workman is always a reader. He re
ceives a scientific journal and possesses
half a dozen books treating of lathe
work and kindred subjects. They de
scribe ease-hardening compounds, braz
ing and welding fluxes, and give hints
on lathe management, on cutting angles
of tools for different metals, and tho
like. Every day he may have to go
through some of the operations they
tell oi, yet rarely or never will he leave
the beaten track. But although he may
not follow them in practice, ho always
reads them. Ho does good work in tho
shop, and reads intelligently at home.
If any question comes up with his em
ployer about mechanical points, ho will
bring him tho next day some ol his
books or papers as authorities, yet his
shop work is done on principles learned
ty hard experience, and not by book
theory. lit -books and his scientifio
journal do not seem to help him there.
Clever as tho man may bo, ho would
seem at first sight to lack the faculty of
applying his book knowledge Yet if
we go a little deeper into tho subject, it
may appear that it is because of his ex
cellence as a mechanic that he rejects
the book in practic. The hard school
of experience has taught him two les
sons. One has been a right way of do
ing things; the other has been the dan
fcr of trying to improve on the way.
ti tho apprenticeship of the mechanical
arts the work of generations of mo-
chames is imparted to the learner. The
evolution of so many minds and years
should be treated with reverence. To
institute a genuine and valuable im
provement is far from easy,
All this proves the dignity of the po
sition held by tho mechanic. He has a
knowledge of shop work thatis derived,
as just stated, from generations of tho
world's work. His knowledge of this
work is, then, of the very best. His ac
quaintance with different metals, with
tlie treatment of different steels ami
irons, is perfect. His application of it
is an instinct. He will seldom lind his
course of reading a justification for
leaving tho way ho is accustomed to.
His Meeial branch he knows so well
that the books can scarcely Improve It.
His thorough knowledge of shop work
attains to the dignity of a liberal educa
tion. It is not to be despised or looked
down on because not acquired under the
roof of a college.
This is a fair picture of the good me
chanio as found in our shops to-day.
Ho reads, but does not often siiceocd In
applying his readinrr. Yet he will studv
and will enjoy Btudvinir. He elevates
his mind by giving it something besides
itssclf to live upon. Seldom as tho di
rect application of his reading comes
Into his work. Its Indirect Intlueuce af
fects every bluer ul hU hammer Scien
In the Wrong Place.
A , . , ...
a sirau;cr eniereu iu oillce ol an
ocean steamer agent, on (irlswold street,
yesterday, says tho I ret Press, and
"Can a man come from Ireland by
"He can, sir."
"Will you brlngover niyoldest broth
"We will that."
'For how much?"
"In first-rate shape for 130."
"I think I'll pny the money," said
the stranger, but, as he was pulling
uiu ins wHiici. me aireni asseu:
"in wnai pan oi Ireland is your
"in tlie Dublin jail, sir, as a suspect!
H lie was out he would be plenty nblo
to tako care of h msu f. ho would."
"Hut we eau't get him out of jull you
"Nelthor can I, you know, though
I ve written seven letters to the jailer (o
uo a decent deed, and let Barney go.'
j a , I..
Great Britain Is roditcl nc hnr nut Inn.
al debt each year about as much as tho
United States reduces il per month. It
is still about twice in auiouut that of
in uuium tai.
CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY. MOKNINO, MAY,!
A Oat's Reasoning Power,
"Our servants havo been aooibtomod
during the late frost to throw tlie. crumbs
remaining from the breakfast ttblo to
the birds, and I havo sovoral tines no
ticed that our cat used to wait tie re in
ambush in the expectation of obtaining
a hearty meal from one or two of the
assembled birds. New, so far tils cir
cumstance In itself is not an example of
abstract reasoning. But to continue:
For the last few days this practice of
feeding the birds has been left off. The
cat, however, with an almost Incredible
amount of forethought, was observed by
myself together witn two other members
of the household to scatter crumbs on
the grass with tho obvious intention of
enticing tho birds." A somewhat simi
lar incident is recounted by another of
the author's correspondents: "During
the recent severe winter a friend was iu
tho habit of throwing crumbs outside of
his bed room window. The family have
a lino black eat, which, seeing that tho
crumbs brought birds, would occasion
ally hide herself behind some shrubs
anil when tho birds came for their break
fast would pounce out upon them, with
varying success. The crumbs hnd been
laid out as usual, one afternoon, but loft
untouched, and during the night a light
fall of snow occurred. On looking out
next morning my friend observed puss
busily engaged in scratching away the
snow. Curious to learn what she sought
ho waited and saw her take the crumbs
up from the cleared space and lay them
ono after another on the snow, s After
doing this she returned behind the
shrubs to wait further developments.
This was repeated on two other occa
sions." Now", we learn from Dr. Klein
that the cat which lie watched had also
indisputably established a definite asso
ciation between crumbs already sprink
led on the garden walk and sparrows
coming to eat them; for as soon as the
crumbs were thrown upon tho walk the
cat used to ctmceal himself in a neigh
boring shrubbery, there to await in am
bush tlie coining of tho birds. In this
instance the reasoning observation of
the animal "crumbs attract birds,
therefore I will wait for birds when
crumbs are scattered" was as com
pleto as In tho first stage of tho feline
proceedings recorded by Dr. Frost, but
the reasoning in the latter easo seems to
have proceeded a step further "there
fore I will scatter crumbs to attract
That Great -Artist, Von Bobb.
Talking of foreign things reminds me.
I have an artist friend who, though he is
American to tho backbone, rejoices in a
very European name. Some years ago
he had to go to Paris. He had a num
ber of pictures, but no dealer would
touch them at any price because they
wero painted here. They were too cum
brous to be carried away, and he was
in despair as to what disposition to
make of them, when he noticed that
Lettvitt was getting up a mixed sale of
foreign pictures, lie dropped in and
"I have' a lot of pictures I would like
to put on sale with you. They are by
Von Dobb, and are lirst-class."
"Von Dobb, eh?" said the auctioneer.
You don t sav so. hv, I don t be
lieve we have a Von Dobb in the collec
'I'm pretty sure you haven't, for
these are the first of his that have come
to America. I'll send them in to-mor
And he did, and got better prices for
them than he has yet begun to com
mand for his canvasses tinder his own
Monday Evening, May U, 1883.
The clouds are heavy and dark to-night,
giving promise of the rain that is so much
needed by farmers, gardeners and fruit
The weather, until to-day, has been un
usually cool for the month of May, but the
mercury during this afternoon touched iu
the neighborhood of ninety.
The market in general displays a better
feeling and the week opens with a more
encouraging aspect tor general dealers in
FLOUR The market rules firm and all
grades from choice up are in fair demand
with liylit stocks.
HAY The suppy is light and demand
moderate, for choice grades exclusively.
CORN Receipts are small and the de
mand is good for choice milling Btock.
UAisi ho market is firm and prices
unchanged. Tho supply is only moderate.
MEAL Stesdy and firm with fair de
mand for choice city.
BRA.N In light supply and firm.
BUTTER The market, owing to ap
proar.hing hot westhcr, is a shade weaker.
EGQ9 Scarce snd in good demand.
POULTRY Tho market is bare; not
enough comes in to meet the local demand
FJiUlT Apples ar,o quiet, nothing do.
log. strawberries are coming in freely
from the south. We note Bales of nearly a
hundred crates at 3.00 to $4.00 per crate
SalOH and Quotations.
NOTE. The prtcet her given are lor tale from
Brit baud in ronnd lott. An advance I
chamed for broken loiain nuingorder.
noo varloua grade
100 bbla choice....
500 bblt cuo'ce
8 ooa 5
5 60(25 65
1WI bblt nati'nt
Ii0 bblt family
liM bblt patent
1.5 bull XXX
tait 6 25
Heart prima Timothy
I cart choice email bale
8 cart Hotilhern Ilia, choice ,,
voin gut UK piuuil UMl).,,,
Soars white In bulk
4 cart mixed In bulk..
9 car choice In bulk
b can in milk
Scar in bulk ,
No. Hvd, per hu
i no. atatttraoiaa
Ml) hl.lt CUT la lott 4 70tt'i 78
100 bblt City.. S 70
800 tack ' IT 80
son noundt Northern
ton ponndt Northern Dairy pad.
one potiuat eouiaem jmnoia
4UU pound l packed
MM a lea..
5 coopt mixed..
10 bblt common n 1 0(M BO
snhhla I'helnlah Mar 4 BOAS 00
) bbla Wlnaapa 9 64 M
J4 bblt fancy Winetap 3 75
10 bliU choice Oenatlm 8 50
black packed fruit 60c to II .00 loo
I ) !
300 bni Northern Peach Blowt per bath 0UW
Southern lilt. Peach Blows per buao My3.Se
Pew potatoet per bbl t 00
Per barrel 7 503" oo
B. C. Darui...
. ..... .
St. Johni ' 1
Ohio Hirer l u
iSi hnihel barlapi.
5 buabel ' .,
Peaches., halvea and nuarlera
Applot, bright -
Choice navy ....
Choice medium ,
Dry Flint choice
(ffWlIl 8 ftl teeeaM a tetetaee eaeaea eeai
Plqm Green -
Hheep Pelta, green . . . . .........
Damaged 11 idea
Common Lara ...ti 7 MM of)
uood lug wI a
owLeaf.. 4 7r
Medium Leaf " 5"4 7 fC
Gor4Uaf. ,.. 15ml'(
RATES OK FKClOHT.
Colorless and Cold. A young girl deep
ly regretted that she was bo colorless and
cold. Her face was too white and her
hands and feet felt as though the blood did
not circulate. After one bottle of nop
Bitters had been taken she was the rosiest
and healthiest girl in the town, with a viv
acity and clicertuinees of mind gratifying
to her friends.
For Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint you
have a printed guarantee on every bottle
ofSliuoh s Vitalizer. It never fails to
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teethi 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
diarrtirca, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces Inflammation, and gives tone aud
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins-
low'a Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and 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
tue world. lrice 20 cents a bottle.
1 Emory'. Little Cathartic is the best and
only reliable Liver Pill known, never fails
with the most obstinate cases, purely vege
table. 10 cents, (l)
To all who aro suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, Ac. I
will send a recipe that will cere you, vkbk
of charge. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a self-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Joseph T. Inman, Station DH New York
Unas. Alklns, ilinglewood, 111., says
"Brown's Iron Bitters cured me of malaria
from which I suffered a long time."
Many a sickly woman, whose sad exper
ience had demonstrated alike tho failure
of conceited doctors and poisonous drugs,
has obtained a new leas of - life for a few
dollars worth of the Vegetable Compound
and has gone on her way rejoicing and
5 raising Mrs.Lydia E. Pinkham, of Lynn,
Grain Hay Flour Vork
fewt. ajewt. fjbbl. Sb'
....llIX 15 as 35
....n Vl 85 50
0-117 9T il 1 Ml
I ....... . "I . '
. 9ii .. 27 4. 60
SO 42H tt
' Tho Sua. of Oblivion
would Jong siune have swallowed up BOZO
DO NT jn common with so maty forgotten
tooth pastes and dentifrices, did not tho ex
perience or a whole nution prove, that it
possesses signal advantages. It thoroughly
cleans the teeth, dissolving and removing
nun mi miiiKMi ii revive luwr iuuiuk
Whiteness and strengthens. their relaxing
hold upon thoir sockets; it renders color
less, ulcerated gums hard and healthy! and
besides neutralizing an unsavory breath,
invests it with its own fragranro.
Woiik Given Out. On receipt of vour
address we will make an ouur by which
you can cum $3 to 7 evenings, at your
homo. Men, Women, Boys or Girls can do
it. II. C. Wilkinson & Co.. lflS and 107
Fulton Street, New York.
Mknbman's Vei'tonizkd Beef Tonic, the
only prcpartion of beet' containing its entire
nutritious properties. It contains blood-
making, force generating and life sustain
ing properties; invaluablo for Indigestion,
Dyspepsia, nervous prostration, and all
forma of general debility; also, in all en
feebled conditions, whether the result of
exhaustion, nervous prostration, overwork,
or acute disease, particulary if resulting
from pulmonary complaints. Caswell,
Hazard, & Co., Proprietors, New York.
Sold by Lhuggists. (8)
, tfiicKien's Arnica Salve
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures files. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
2.1) cents pur box. For sale by Geo. E
The act of fermenting the Oporto Grape
into wine iu this country has been brought
to a greater degree of perfection by Mr. Al
fred Ispeer, of ew Jersey, than by any
other person; and his wine is very popular
as an evening wine, as well as for the com
munion table .and lor invalids. For sale
by Paul G. Schuh.
To Tlie 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
traiiib daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, M. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
lie est make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, rsew Mexico and Cal'
If M-nit 'nnoct with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains tor Kansas aDd Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This line offers to parties enroute to the
West and Northwest, oot only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes througu the finest por
tion of Missouri Hnd Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &c of this
line, which will be mailed free.
C. B. Kisnan, F. Chandler,
Ass't Gcn'l Pass. Agent. Gcn'l Pass Agent.
The glory of a man is bis strength. If
you are weakened down through excessive
study, or by early indiscretions, Allen's
Drain Food will permanently restore all
lost vigor, and strengthen all the muscles
of Brain and Body. pkg., 8 for $5
A Nasal Injector free with each bottle
of fehiloh's Cataarh Remedy. Price 50 cts.
Dh. Kline's Orkat Nerve Restorer is
the marvel of the age for all nerve diseases.
All fits stopped free. Send to 981 Arch
street. Pbiladclnia. Pa.
Do you wftnt a pure, bloom
Ini; Complexion J If so, a
few applications of Hagan's
HAGNOLLl 11XLH will grat
ify you lo your heart's con
tent. It does away with Sal
lowness, Redness, Pimples.
Ulotchcs, aud all diseases and
Imperfections of tho skin. It
overcomes U10 Hushed appear
ance of heat, fatljruo and ex
citement. It makes a lady of
THIRTY appear but TWEN
TY ; and so natural, gradual,
and perfect are its effects,
t hat ft is impossible to detect
A Dew and oomniote Ttotel, fronting on Levet
Second and Railroad Htreeta,
Vto Pastenger Depot of tha Chlcaco, St. Loui
fciKl ewOrlent: Illinois uoatrai; wanaan, ni,
Loui. anil Paciftc: Iron Mountain and Southern;
Mvblle and Ohio; Cairo and Bt. Louis Railway
re all Juat acrott tho ttreet; while the Steamboat
AHOiniag la nni one aqnare uniaui.
rvi iinini l. heatitit h ateam. ha tteam
laauudry, Hydraulic ElovaUtr, Jtloctric Call Bell.
Jkvtomatle Flre-Alarmt, Bath, abiototely pur air,
pertect te werage and complete appoiuimom. .
uirb furniehlnm: perfect, rvlc: aud an on
I... 1. to, CO.Jummvm
ILLINOIS , CENTRAL R RT
Jm4xi tarv VHaF Vs! V Wmu
, . . irvi , r, i
SllOrtCSt 1111(1 Quickest 1.01116
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv Lino Hunniiu?
Making Dip.kot Connection
Train Liavs Cairo:
arriving In i . Lotila M5 e.in Chicago, S:30 p.m. j
Connect g at uum ana niuuKuam ior cincin
nail, L .hi villi), Iudlanapolu aud poluti Kaat,
11:1 1 a.in. tit. I.ouiu a rid WnUtru
arriving in 8t. Loui 7:05 p. in., and connecting
for all point Weal.
J:50 p.m. Ktwtt KairaiB.
Fir St. Loult and Chicago, arriving at St.
10:40 p.m., and Chicago 7: a.m.
.'i:50 p in. Clnnlrmftti Kxpreea,
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:J0 a.m.: Louitrille 6:55
a.m.; maiauapoiia 4:110 a.m. raaneii;uri b
thlt train reach the above poliita IU to 3
UUVUs lu advance 01 any other route.
m. exnrca hat PULLMAN
SLEEPING CAK Cairo to Cincinnati, without
change, and through tleeper lo Ht. Lout and
Fast Time East.
Pil aafiTt ofll'u tlila lluo go through to Kait.
1 U.LIILI n ern point without any delay
cauaed by Sunday intervening
The Saturday after
new York Monday
iln from Cairo arrlyrt in new York Monday
nornlng at 10:35.
Thlrty ilx hounln advance of
v other route.
tT"For through ticket and furtber Information.
apply at Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
J. it. JUMKS, Timer Ageni,
A. H. UANSON.Oen. Pant. Agent. Chicago
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF
I. C. R. K. (through lock mail). 5 a. ru. I
" " ' ..Ili'Oa m Sp. ro.
" (war mall). 4 JO p.m. B p. ni.
" (Hontli-rublr 5 p. m. n. m.
Iron Mountain It. R !1:3 p. m. I p. m.
Wabaab ft. K 111 p. m. p. m.
Texm A 8t. Loui H.K.. .. .... 7 p. m.6a. m.
Ht. Loui A Cairo It. It 5 p. tn. 0:50 am
Ohio River..... i p. m. p. m.
Mie Hlver arrive Wed . hat. 1 Mon.
depart Wed.. Krt. 4 Hun.
P O, gun. del. op o from 7:30 am to7:30 pm
P.O. box dei. 01 en from. ..6 a.m. to Dp m.
hnnday get. del. open from... 8a. m. to 10 a m.
Snnrtare box del. open from . ..." a. tu. to 10:30am
MTNOTK. Change will be pu'iliahed from
time to time In city papera. ( bar ire your tarda ac
cordingly. WM If. MUHl'UT, P. M.
Mayor N. B. Tbittlewood.
Treaanrer T J. Kerth.
Clerk Dennia. J, Koiey.
Countelor Wm. B.OIlberU
Marahal L. II. Muyera,
attorney William Ueadrickt.
aoano or .ldbbmir
i"irt Ward Wra. McIIale. T. M. Klmbrongh.
Second Ward-Jeae liinkle.C. V Unghct.
Third Ward-B. F, Hlake, John Wood.
Fourth Ward-Charlee O. fatter, AOoipn awo-
Fifth W ard-T. W. Ualllday. arnetl B. rettll.
Circuit Judge O. J.Baker.
Circuit Clerk A. 11. irvin.
County Judge J. II. hoblnton.
County Clerk H. J. llunini.
County Attorney J. M. Dainron.
County Treaturcr MUet W. Parker.
riherlrf Johu Hodge.
Coroner-R. Fliagerald ,,,,
County Commlealoner T. W. llaliiday, J.
Malcabey and Peter Saao.
OA1RO BAPTIST. Corner renin
J itreutt; preaching Drat anil
third Hundayt In
each montn, 11 a. m.
IngThuraday, 7:80 p.
. and 7::w p. m.; prayer meet-
, ni. ; Sunday achool, R:50 a.m
Kev. A.J. II 833 I'aitor.
CHURCH Or rui KtLUHHMna ta.pitcopai
Konruenth itreet; Sunday ?0i m., Holy
Communion 10:30. m.. Morning l'rayera II a. 111.
Sunday achool S p. m., Kvening rrayeri 1 : p.m.
F. P. Davenport, 8. T. B. Hector.
LIR8T MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH.
r lru-tlnir at lO:S0 a. n... 8 d. m.. and 7:80 P. m.
Sabbath cliool at 7:W p. m Rev. T. J. Shore,
ITJTHRHAN-Tblrteenth ttreeti rvli,e bab'
j bath 1 :80 a. m. ; Sunday ichool 1p.m. hot,
IETUODIST-Cor. Eighth and Walnut ttreet.
M Preaching Sabbath ll:iwa. m. and7:w p.m.
ondsv School at S:ou p m. Kev, J. A. scarreu,
I iHKHHYTKHIAN -Eighth ttreet; preacntng on
L Sabbath at 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.j nraver
neetliig wednotday at 7:3') p.m.; nnaay ncnooi
ilS p. m. Rev B. Y. Qoortt, pastor.
HT. JdHKl'll s--iltoman eamonci corner Kit
5 and Walnut itreet; aervlcet Sabbath I0:S.
n.; Sunday Ciehool at S p. m.; vpori jp.m,;i
ncci every day at 8 a m. Kev. O'ilara, I'rlott.
CT. PATRICK'S Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
t r,A WuhlnrrtAn avenne: tervlce Sab-
saih Band to a. m. I Veaper 8 P. m.l HnndayBchool
1 n. m. aervlr.oa every clay al 8 a. m. nev. auuuiniers
Citt CtaHK'S Qrru n,
Caiiio. III.. Anrll )lh, mi
Poblic notice It hereby given that on Tuetday
the 15th day of Miiy, A. D. I8KS, a tpctai election
will be held at tho engine houte of the Anchor
Fire company. In the Fifth ward, city of Cairo,
in r. .1... ..i..rti,n ii f one alderman from laid
ward to (111 vncancy catiund by tho resignation i of
T W. Hallldav, tald election open at 8 o clock In
r n aw nmt-iinr ann nnnnnun oiiru u 11 v 1 1 I v vv m aa
the afternoon of laid day, Ily order of lty coun
cil. O, i. KOL11X, Vyvieri
UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT, BOiiTlt
rimioH roR OONumifAT 0I OV ITS FOIt A
marinc Hoirrrat, at caiuo, muNoit.
XT-. i . i.h ut,..,n m ITrfuiin Paraolll of NOW
York t!n v. and to the unknown owiiura of a DlorK
oflandln the city or Cairo, llllnoli, a."J
Tenth .treat. Twelfth ttreet, Cedar tree and Jeff
ereoa avenue, all in the city of Ca fo. llluola; , t hat
a petition ha boon men on """. ;",.;
HtaMi In the elerk's offloiof tald cnrt to com on
tlnu will ha
Marine Iloapltal, and that .aid yet t on
for hearing at the Juno Uirm f i ' eo'"'-
111 iitw - I - - .....
That tmart mon average 00 to Sfl 00 per day pro.
lit, teHing too "I'Oi aei .imiiuni, uumoai marvel
lou little Volum i-vor taucd. Needed, rndonod
and pnrchaiad byall cpitaotj nothing In tho hook
Hue ever canal to It. Will provo It or forfait f 5 o.
Complete iample aud outfit rVe.orrull partt
enltra for stamp. Don't start out again until you
learn what I aald of th I a hook, and what other
are doing. W. H THOMPSON, Pnblltlier. 4ut
Arch Itreet, Philadelphia. Pa. aprs in