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PURE CREAM TARTA
S1000. Given, ,
If alum or any mjiiriiiiisKUbstoiiocscuu lie found
in Andrews' Veurl Baking Powder. Is l
tivcly PUKE. ik ing endorsed, ami testimonial
recelvedlmiu such clieiuiMa aa 8. Dunn llaya, Hut'
bn: M. liilufi'iuttino, of Chicago; and UusUmu
Bode, Milwaukee. Never wild In bulk.
C. E. ANDREWS A CO.
lf il U'liitiuu Ay. 287. 1!SU A K. Water
factory to iu w'rt-r iu -v-ry way,
t the money mil l' rvtuiuk-d t'y
the ieri)n freiu wfaoiu it v. a bought.
Tlx-nlv("..ft p-.-nou-.cJ bv oor "wertina- i v-- Uin
t lnlrou t) ervl. iwl t il.S-rml l' li.il. .
im - - e.ut cuiuturiabi ml invt Biting lulu ever
I'KIt'F.. r MIL Pi Paid"
Health Piuaervla l a Sfir.AJe.llu:. :&
AtiMll I extra hi-W . Suratag.
tlcahk PrcrYt iIh mlll .. Pare"
lrt-ui.(wl. l 1.
Ferule y k-aeJaat Uct-.U IValer. rvcrywhen.-.
CHICAGO lUKst-T ii.. I blcujjo. 111.
d HAS BEEN PROVED
3 Th SUREST CURE for
ri SoeaelaA tecs: c djurdmd via fcxll-
tUi.iillnincUir TSJCf DO SOTi
tt, ui ream h Thy eobaaJ
bdUICS to yocr acx, each a
iandii itiiim, Kidney- vortjmy ue.
aa i will v.-t prompt..' eai :y.
fc-!w Sex. lacuauaeaoa. Rteoaoe wroe.
patat, ail tpeed-7 to tia Conor JKraer.
BOLD BY ALL raVOOISTS. Price it.
In uinuniiii.aiiiiiwii mjwm
A Weieauown c.ergiBiaD. Kev N. l"o-'k. of
Treaip-ieari. Win ,: I a?,J Kidcoy-Wuft a
aval ecu lor kidutrj and liver Iruub'.c."
IS A SURE CURE
tor all diaeasea of th Ridny and
XtbaaapecWoacdoaaa UUa moat bnportana
uga, ena""? H tottitow off torpubty aad
taiaoaon, atunuum Utahralthy aecntfoaof
U Bile, ao4 ay keeping U bowala la tra
oowbtioxi, elfootiag ita rvgula diacharga.
I malaria, haea the ohilla.
ar bUiouaadyapoptio, or eouettpated, Kidney .
Wort will auriy raueveaaaqiucaiy sure,
ia tta Bpriiig tooieaaaeUiaSyitcm, avary
ona anoula taia a uoroogaoouna oi u
tl- SOLO BY DRUCOIST8. Price
"Laat vir I weDl lo Kurope," iy Henry Ward,
latet u'.ii'U Ke.,N. 0. 8 N. Y.. now llnng at
173 W. bldv Ava., J C. HiKhN, N. J.,"oij!vto
return worf Iruui cbroulc liver complalut. Kidney-Wort,
ax lnt resort, ban given mo better
bealtb lliitu I've hert'loforw aujuwd fur ruany,
many yea'a." Ile a curi'd now uud cout!queutly
FOR THE PERMANENT CURE CF
Vti other diaoaaa la ao pre Talent In thla ooun.
try aa CoDatipation, aad no ramedy haa avar
,,, iaiiol tha oelubrated JUdnay-Wort aa a
oura. Whatever tha onuaa, howarar obettjiatol
U oaao, tnia roatetiy wut oTeroume n.
rl LLOl vlalnt la very apt to bo
nil rrcs 'iiLUS aiacrwaiiur
bmplloatod wltboonaOpatton. Kidney-Wort
eugthena tha woakaned parts and qulokjy
lourua all kimla of Pilua avoa whoa jiayalciana
and madloinea nava oorora ouiou.
t& If IiyounavaaltnaroitnoaaxrouDioa
rrpRICRSI.I VIOEi I Drogglata Sell
"I will r'.iinmei,J It every ere," wriU'J
B. Moyer, t!rrmn M anufnoturer, IMveratowu, Pa ,
Vbec&uno It" Kliltn y Wort "c rmu my imlim.
E GREAT CURE
Aa It U for all Die pauirul diauaaea of tUa
d KIDNEYS, LIVIR AND BOWELS,
ml It olaaniea tha yaium of the aorld nolaon
0 I that oauaua Uia dj idlul aulleruig whluh
jlouJy Vha viotuna or uheuniaumn can realiaa.
cl THOUSANDS OH Cllta
"af tha front loriiia of Una terrible diaoaaa
aj bava baan qutokly relieved, and In abort ttuw
H PERFECTLY CURED.
tJIPUCl, U Llgi lUOg UHl, HOLU BY Ukl'UUUTK.
l a brycaniMM-ril byiualk
I W JXTJi, EK'll A k DHON ft Co. . Burlltiirlim vt
'-Mr. Walter CroM. Div oiialoniur, wan uroHlralu
with rlioiimaliaui lor two yearn: tried, lb vuln. al
rem -OIch: KUiiay Wort alone vchiu him. I hava
tried tt myaoll. and knnw Ibatltlagood ' I'ortlou
of a Uitkr fcai.u J. I. Wllleit, d U)i(lal, Vllut, Mlcb
SUlU k Monro SU.. Chicago.
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The Daily Bulletin.
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Dally, one month 1 00
PublUhad overy mora lug (MomUyi excepted).
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t'ubliahed every Monday noon.
f -(,'! uua of ava or more lor Weekly Bulletin at
out Hum, por year, (1.50. roalage in all caaea
invakuult in advanui.
All Commuulcatioua ahould he addroaaed to
K. A. Bl'KNKTT,
Pnhhaber and Proprietor.
A LITTLE QUEEN.
BY MILS. M. L. UAVNK.
Could you har'o noon tlm ylnlctn
. . TbHl liloswmtHl In hr cyrrt
Cvuld you lutvu kluafd tbat golden 1ml r
And drutik horbuliy' sIk'h.
You won lil Iimvo biicn hor tiring timid
A Joyfully aa 1:
Cimtmit to diok yourllttloquoeit
And lot tliu world go by,
Thoy UHt'd to go pat our house evry fine
ilav, sunimor and win tor the man, slntl
by, einitoiitUtd an with a loni riicknoss,
itiul with a tVeblo hesitntinifstop, hiu! tin
old-young face that wan titr from pr.
Ksst'ssing; tho chilil, Wautiful. regally
tlrt'sstnl, 8oatod in Biinuuor in a pretty,
unrriagfl tastefully decorated; in winter,
wrapped iu soft fur robes in her little
tileii'h that was hung with musical bells,
and drawn always by the faithful servi
tor, who from much practice seemed to
have managed the ditliculty of going two
ways at once; at least, he walked for
wavd aud looked backward, and nevei
fell over anything or endangered the life
of his precious charge.
I do not remember who it was told us
that the man was a servant, or whether
we gathered it ourselves from ldm, a?
we stopped to uotice tholx autit'iil child.
Wo were two old maids, sisters, and
with enough of an income to enable us
to live in a genteel neighborhood but
not rich enoi'gh to W able to associate
with the owners of the more splendid
dwellings around us. We were, however,
quite tin) rich to lo patronized, so tht
gool people left us severely alone. Thi
explanation is necessary to account foi
our Interest in all that passed our door.
We had little else to do but to speculatt
ou ieople, not in a general gussipy way.
but in that semi-romantic straiu of ex
pression which people are apt to acim
who live much alone.
$ we made a history of our owu foi
the little queen, as we called her, and ii
certainly seemed to tit her. She was
we decided the oalv child of very rid
parents, an' t tbi faithful man, who w:u
not exactly a servant not K'ing ii
livery, or as well drvsvd as servants ii
such families usually are was a sort o
attache t the little queen, and kept tt
attend her bevaae be was so very ftnt
of her maiU not being trustworthy ou
f sibt We felt sure that he came o
a kn:g tin of h'rvic ancestrv then
wa no ditch water in those blue vein:
tbttrawi hor pearly skin, and the fear
lei 1 due of her lovvly eyes was that o
a fnjuen.r. Then "th small shapeb
ear the dainty hands mid feet oh
ye. b!oo-.t will tell! The verv fact tU
no ladies ever appeared on the street
w ith her, told the story of select human
ity by right of birth" We were jut
enough tainted with inherited arUtocracy
ourselves to approve of the. baby's lin
eage. But, strange to sav, we never became
well acquainted. The man had a quiet
way of going right on with his little
rnKtress, and whenever we saw our
bright bird she was on the wing. She
would smile and throw us kUses and
toss her tine, richly drexxed doll in her
arms for us to see, and then her patient
steed would start iuto a gentle trot, and
the little equipage would be gone, and
it would seem to us two lmiely women
as if a cloud had shut off the sun.
It went ou this, way for years, and the
baby could walk and" was quite a large
child, with long, curling, golden hair,
and the fairest complexion 1 ever saw,
with the color of a dog-rose on her
cheeks, and just brimming with health
and happiness. The man was always
with her, Heedy, dejected looking, but
absorbed In the child, often looking at
' her with a sort of rapture in his face as
' if he imagined she might vanish into
Heaven wTiile he watched her, aud when
he touched her to arrange" her wrap
pings, doing it in a deprecating way as
if hy were not half good enough. I never
saw such devotiou, even in a lover, and
I but this is not of myself.
Three summers and winters we saw
these two go past our door, in their lit
tle happy journeys, where one was blest
In givinganil the other in receiving, when
thev both disaimeared. l):ivs went bv
aud they did not come; tho trees which
were bare aud leafless blossomed out in
living green; birds sang where was our
uuie queen.' Msier and l took, turns in
watching for hcr;but we were disappoint
ed until one morning early, when Hooked
up tho street 1 saw, not the little car
riage with its pretty burden, but the man
attendant ruunlng distractedly toward
me. As h? came near 1 saw that his
face was white and haggard, his eve-lids
red, lips compressed; ho woubl have
passed directly along, but I called to him.
"How i the little ono?"
"Very sick," ho called back and sped
on his way.
llo had reluctantly told ni ouoe that
her homo was on the corner of certain
streets above us, but 1 was not familiar
even with our own locality, aud had
only au idea that It was distant, perhaps
two or threo blocks. Now I caught up a
wrap, threw something on my head and
hurried away, determined to know if
tho beautiful child was lu danger, and
feeling no fear of Intrusion, for to thoso
people 1 would not be of the slightest
importance; but I hoped some of tho
domestics would kindly relievo mv anx
iety, for I too., loved tho child, and 1
was devoured with a secret fear that 1
snoum never se her acain.
It was a long way therot I walked and
walked and at last 1 .lood at tlm mini
ber. And then I felt sum of what I hat!
begun to Btmiwi t as soon as I saw to
what part of thecity my footsteps tended
the man had given mo hiu own ad.
Ureaa, not Unit of nU little charge; thut
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
humble cottage was, no doubt his own
Yes, oven while I stood at tho gato de
buting as to Iho necessity of my going
in at nil, be brushed hastily by mo and
entered. 'Ho hud a buttlo In his hand,
mid did not notice mo, and as ho left tho
door ojicn I followed him in my great
anxiety to know of tho sick child's wel
fare. Mood heavens! I hail sleppod into a
room in tho center of which was a bed
draped in white, nnd beside which two
jioorly clad women were seated, crying
bitterly, while laid buck among tho white
luce-edged pillows, breathing slowly
and witii great dilliculty, her little arms
thrown above her golden hend In a par
oxysm of pain, lay tho littlo queen,
our dear unknown baby.
The man tried to givo lier of the
medicine he hud brought, but she was
pus! mortal help, nnd as I saw In the
still clear eyes the unmistakable shadow
which was so familiar to me, I held up
in y hand to warn him that it was too late.
lie motioned to mo respectfully to
come forward to the bed; I did so, and
ho stepped buck nnd let mo take hit
place. The little one looked at mo and
a radiant simlo lit all her sweet and
imin-drawn features, still tho loveliest I
had ever seen; but tho smilo was not
for me,. No. She held out her little
arms nnd looked directly past nie, to
tho shabby man, nnd with one sobbing
cry, in which her spirit passed beyond,
she murmured, "Pupa."
It had all been my mistake, except
that she had been a littlo queen and his
was a service the true service of love!
Tho littlo one hud not even a mother liv
ing; the two women who cried overltfras
if their hearts would break were neither
kith nor kin, and tho man was a night
watchman in a bank, and spent all his
earnings on the child, and was good,
nnd gentle and patient for love of her;
and her mother had been a slight, pale
working girl, who had been married but
a few short years when she laid tho lit
tle one in Ins anus with the brief in
junction, "Re good to her, Tim," and
Oh, there is no service like that of
love. The little carriage is put awav, tho
man goes about his work, is bettor dress
ed, has a color in bis thinface and walks
straighter, but for all that I know how
sad a heart he carries, ami there is a
little grave at Elm wood that tells the
story. People stop to look at it toys,
llowers, her picture they are all there,
and ou Sunday a motionless figure kneels
there and is jealous if a stranger glances
that wav, for is she not his even in
Behind the Scenes.
Curious as it may seem, it is not gen
erally known by theater audiences that
the "perilous leaps," as well as "terrific
scaling of precipices," and other similar
feats which fall to the lot of tho hero or
heroine i f the play are in almost every
case performed by a "dummy." Thus,
it is ipt the prima donua who, as
"Auiina" in "La Sonuanibula," walks
iu her sleep aens a trembling bridge
at the back of the stage, nor in "The
Rimianee of a Poor Young Man" is it
the leading man who takes a flying leap
from a tower, but in each ca- a care
fully dressed "dummy," who.se bones are
not particularly precious. They tell
this story of a Mazeppa" performance
in the old day, which shows how this
theatrical trick sometimes results: A
c-lebrared r.ar was playing the piece
and had a circus rider nade up to look
like hiiu to do the riding. Of course the
audience supposed the rider to be tho
star. In thoe days the runs up the
mountain -were elaborately arranged,
and the I'L'iit of the wild horse was a
startling incident. One night the horse
felt with the rider, crashing from the
Hies to the stage. The curtain was rung
down, and presently the star was led
before it, staggering as though badlv
injured, and said tbat in spite of the
fall, he would endeavor to finish the
play. And he did so, amid frantic ap
plause. 1 he poor wretch of a rider lay
in the hospital for four weeks.
A Newsboy's Suit for $10,000.
William Collins, a Brooklvu newsboy.
has shown tho world that if great cor
porations have no souls they at least
have pockets. A jurv of the Supremo
Court says that the t'uion Ferry Com
pany must pay him 5f-,000 for a bruised
head and a broken knee-pan. William
was found aboard one of the company's
boats one day last summer by a deck
hand, lie had paid his tare and pos
sessed the full rights of a passenger.
The deck-hand, unwarrantably assum
ing that he had f-neaked in through the
gate, threw him iftl the boat with such
violence as to intlict tho injuries above
mentioned. He sued for tlO.tXX) and
gets .'i,(Kxi, a sum quite large enough
to ter.eh tiie union rerrey company mat
even an humble newsboy has rights
which its employes cannot with impu
nity trample upim. V. Y. Times.
So Iunoceut. '
It was a Huston u-iiliiw wbn trinned
into a broker's ollice. the other dav with
$5,000 in a reticule, and said:
"Mr. Rrov.il, I m going to be married
"Is that possible! Allow me to con
gratulate the luekv man."
"Certainly-tha'nks. II,-ro is $.',,000
in cash. I want to be worth at least
$ 15,000 by April first. Won't you
please take this and Invest R in Boiue
stocks that will raise ;)i)0p(.r cont? ' Do,
that's a good man. and vmi may take
out ftib for your tremble',1' ',tn aired
A lovu-sick youth in Uullcvm
Hogged his girl black aud blue,
St. Jacobs Oil prescription,
Cured her of the caniption,
Aud this littlo story is true.
TucusdayEvbmnm, May 17,1883.
The ground bus become dry and rain is
badly needed tor ripeninir fruits and grow
ing vegetables. Tho signs are fair for wet
weather and a few hours will probably find
it upon us.
The market is without material change
and stocks are generally sufficient for the
A change will bo noted in rates of freight
FLOUR The market has held steady
FRIDAY' MORNING, MAY
until to-day when the breik In wheat un
icttluii it and buyers are Biking conces
sions. Stocks of choice and fancy are
light; low grades are neglected.
IIAYWe note a. letter fooling in
choice Timothy but common bay is unsale
able. CORN We note a little inquiry for
choke milling corn. Btocki are light.
OATS Market steady; lupply moder
ate and a fair Inquiry.
MEALBtoady and unchanged.
BRAN Small demand and moderato
RUTTER Market overstocked and dull.
Low grsdos will not sell at any price.
EGGS Supply lie;ht and demand active.
POULTRY Scarce and in activo de
mand at quotations.
FRUIT Receipts of atrawberries find
ready sale at 3.50 to $3 50, according to
quality and condition.
POTATOES Old peach blowa aro in
fair request at quotations.
Sales and Quotations.
NOTE. Toe artcea bare given are rof aalea from
flrithanda In round lots. Aa advance If
barged for broken lota in B illngordera.
800 various f radra .... I 0O&8 25
400 bhla choice ....8 W 3.1
1R hbli fancy f tJO
bOObbla cboc IB
tear prime Timothy.
1 care choice email bale-..-
8 car Bouibern Ul. choice
3 care gilt edge imall bale .
Scar white In bnlk.-
I cart mixed la balk
I eaia choke In balk
t car la btilk...... ..
Scare lo bnlk .
No. KRea, perba
No. 4 Madliereaeaa
4l bhtaCltv la lota
. J 70a 75
00 aacka. .
frO poon.de Northern 20
uweudeXerUera Plrj email pkg - -
400 pound Southern IUlnola 15J1S
400 pound packed.
A0-) d ln
.))e)e)ae eeae a
Lai (' choice
7 coop mtiad.
.. 8 754 00
Common 1 OOQl 50
KheiaUa Jtxy 4 50ii5 IV
Winaap . a 5VS
Fancy Wuwaas . 3 75
Choice Oeaatlaa 50
slak packed fruit. 50c to f l.OOlee
. 501 00
Northern Peacb. Bloweperbeeh - 2to
Southern Ilia. Peach Blow per baah 55&o
?w potato pec DN s ou
Perhan! 1 504 00
Plain themv h.. ..., ..
t). C. Uatu ......-.... 13
Clear aide. ...... .mm. ....m. 12
Hair ..- none
St. John 15
Ohio Hlvor 1 M
14 buahel burlap
) buahel "
Peacbal, halve and u darter M34
Apple, bright 74.8
Choice medium S oo
Choice, Factory 10
Calf, Oreen u
Dry Flint choice
Dry Salt..... ,.,,,..(...wm....(,,,.m..........
Green Salt.. ...MM ....................,.. ...... . .
Sheep Pelt, dry ..
Sheep Pelt, green
Damaged Hide ,
llommoii Lug m. .
Loaf. 4 7riMH)
Medium Leaf l MS T fO
Gof 4Uf. 7 50 8 'D
. 4 WW 0 oe
RATES Or FRSIUUT.
' May Flonr
. so ao
ate ii phi,...
War below Mapbl,l
Fon DyspcpHia and Liver Complaint you
have a nrinlnH irnnrantoo nn ounru 1aH1a
I - - - . ...a .w V' . . VfV. .
ofShiloh's Vitnlizer. It never fails to
There is no use talking! "LlndBcy'i
Blood Searcher" ia takinir tlm bind for cur
ing all blood diseases. 1
I have been a sufferer for years with Ca
tarrh, and under a physcian's treatment for
over a year. Elys' Cream Halm gave me
Immodiatu relief. I hulinva I am nntirnlv
cured. O. 8. Davis, First National Bank,
isi:....i....i. xr t
CjIIKIIUUIII, 11 . d.
t-iFust, brilliant and foshiuoable are
the Diamond Dye colors. One package
I to 4 lbs. of goods. 10 cents for any
If you need sny Carpets, Lace Curtains
and Window Shades it will bo to your in
terest to call on F. W. Rosenthal & Co.,
410 and 413 N. 4th st. St. Louis.
To all who aro Buffering from the errors
ind indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will cere you, fukb
ok ciiahok. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to the Rev.
JosKrii T. Inman, Station D., New York
Chas. Alkins, Englewood, 111., says:
''Brown's Iron Bitters cured me of malaria
from which I suffered a long time."
Wouk Given Out. On receipt of your
address we will make au offer by which
you can earn 3 to E7 evenings, at your
home. Men, Women, Boys or Girls can do
it. 11. C. Wilkinson & Co., 195 and 197
Fulton Street, New York.
rUicKien's Arnica Salve
The Best Salve In the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt liheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter,- Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cuas Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by Geo. E
Disease, Propensity and Passion, brings
Mankiud cumberlet-s ailments, foremost
among them are Nervousness, Nervous De
bility, and unnatural weakness of Genera
tive Organs; Allen's Brain Food luccetsful
ly overcomes these troubles and restores
the sufferer to his former vigor, fl. At
To The West.
There aro a number ot routes leading to
tho above-mentioned section, but the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louis aud
over the Mioaouri Pacific Railway. Two
trams daily are run Irom tho Grand Inioo
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Steeping Cars of the very
fir est make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Coloraa:), New Mexico and Cab
If -rnit ""np.ect with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kaunas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This line offers to parties tnroute to the
West and Northwest, uot only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
llustrated mans, pamphlets, &C, of this
line, which will be mailed free.
C. B. Kinnan, F. Chandler,
Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agent. Gen'l Pass Agent.
Ye afflicted whv suffer loo per from Ca
tarrh, Hay Fever and Cold in Head when a
sure cure can be had in E!ys' Cream BjIui?
f rice 50 cents.
Apply into nostrils with little finaer.
A Nasal Injector free with each bottle
of Shiloh s Cataarh Remedy. Price 00 eta
Cam. n n U A positive curs
ATA RR H kly'h .
r ix.--"-' -ta. ,-: vi
Catarrh and Hay
r r . rivals -.-fi
Agrvable to L'a.'.
COLD XX Till HI AO
ruts eom ' ' " VCY ; - '"Wj
ITrailaehr A Urafufia
or any kind of luncua
Inflamed and roegh
nrfa.-aa. A oreoara-
tlon of undoubted
merit. Apply by the
little njgor if" '1"
Doi-trlla. It will he
cleunaing tbe naaal
paaMtges of catarrhal
ini raiiilnc h ua thv aatret iou. tt allay lli-
fl itnmiiti.ui. n-otar.ta Hid morubraoal lining of the
aoruaand reatorca the rente of taste and amell.
Beneficial rennlt are reallaid by a lew appllca
head rrum aili tlona coma, cumuiuvuij ui
A TI10HOCG1I TKKATaaK.rr vtibL, i mi
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I iviim Hi in hu f an fit an enviaoie rvyuiaudu
wbxn ver known ; displacing ail other pruparatlon.
Send fur circular coufilnlug run iniorniaiinn nnu
p..HkII t..tlmooll. It v mall, pruuaid. SO ceiita
nai-kaifn aiamu received. Sold by all whole-
aalo ni'i reian firnr,"
ELY'SCKEAltBALMCO..OweBO, H. Y.
A Now and complete Hotel, fronting: on Levei
Socond aud Railroad Streute,
The Paanrngor Depot or the Chlcatio, St. Lonls
and .ewOrlean: Illinois Central; Wabaah, Hi.
Loui and Pacific; Iron Mountain and Snttihiirnj
Mobile and Ohio; Cairo and St. Lome Railway
are all Jtmt aero the elnint; while the Steamboat
Landing I bnt ono qimn; dlatant,
ThUHotol is heated by atnam. hM steam
Laundry, Hydraulic Klnvator, Klectrlo Call lel a.
Antomauc lftro-Alarma, nth., abao lately l're air,
porlucteewerage aud tomplnto appointment .
v Superb furuieblnK', perfect service) andaB no
sculled table. ,
, I P. PARKICH tlOsmmmm
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LLINOI8 CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line Running
O DAILY TRAINS
A W All C4V aVA V
Making Dikeot Connection
I'hiins Liva Caibo:
:US am. Mail,
Arriving In ..Louis 1:45 a.m.; Chicago, 8 30 o.m
r. . ... . i ... ..J, i . . ,.r
vunovck g ai uuiu auo niiingaam lor lincia
Bkti, L ;iv11le, Indlauapblit and point Beat.
11:1 i a.m. Bt. IouIbj ami Wtirn
Arriving in St. Louta 7:05 p. m., aud connecting
ror an poima eat.
3:50 p.m. Kant KxprtMiai.
FjrSt. Loui and Chicago, arriving at St. Lout
10:40 p.m., and Chicago ":J a m
'.i :f30 p.m. Cincinnati Kx premm.
Arrtvlns al Cincinnati 7:fO a.m.; Louiavlll C:M
a.m.; ludlauaiHilla 4:06 a.m. Paaaengera by
thi train reach the above polula to 3cS
tloL'KS In advance ol any other route.
tr-TbeS:50 - egnre ha PULLMAN
M.BKP1NU CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
change, and tbrongb deeper to St. Loot end
Fast Time East.
Passengers EXs?'" f.,,V:
cauaed by Sunday Intervening. The Saturday after
ooon train froui Cairo arrirea In new Yo'k Monday
nornmg ai iu:. i nirty ais noura in advance of
av other route,
kHFVt.t Ihrnnuk lirkta ktlH riir,k-p It r..n..tlnn
tppiy at IUlnola Central Kailroad Depot. Cairo.
4-u. iiu.i a,n, i icaei agent.
A. 11. 11AN80N. Gen. Pane. Agent. Chicago
ARRIVAL AND DKPAKTl'BE OF MAILS.
5 a. m.
. 1 1 : .0 at m
.4 40 p.m.
.f- p. m.
.to p. m.
.7 p. m
. p m
I. C. K. K.obruugb lock mail)
" (way mail!
" (Southern Ulv
I run Mountain K. K
Webaata K. K
Tetae Hi. Lou: It. K..,
St. Lout H C.lru It. K...
4 p. m.
Ohio Klver... ..
M; liiver ariivea Wed , Sal. A .Von.
" depart Wrd.. Krl. Jt Son.
P O. gen. di-1. op n from : iam to?:l0 pm
P.O. box del. o. c frum Sam. to 9 D In.
r-unday get . del. open from... A a. m. to lu a. m.
Bunder box del. open fiom ...tt a. m to lii:3Uam
IV-NOTK.-Cbangt wll he nullahed from
time to time In city papi'ra. Cbange ronr card ac
cordingly. VVM. M. Mfltf'IlY, P. M.
City omce rs.
Wayo N. B. Thiatlewood.
Treaeorer T. 4. Kertb.
Clerk Deni'l. J. f uiey.
Counselor Wm. B. Ollbert.
SarabaJ L. H. Meyera,
Attorney WUllam lletdrick.
soxaD or LDaaa
irt Wrd-Wm.Mc!Iale.T. M. Klmbrongk.
Second Ward- Jee ll.ukie. C. N. llutt.
Third Ward-B. P, Blaae, John Woo-1.
Fourth Ward CLarlea O. Patier. Adoibh 8wo-
Fifth Ward-T. W. Hallldar. Krnl B. Pettlt.
Circuit Judge O. J.Bakrr.
Circuit Clerk A. H. Irvm.
County Judge J. H. Koblnaon.
Coonty Clerk is. J. ilumru.
County Attorney J M. Damron.
County Treasurer Mile W. Parker.
Sheriff John Hodge.
Coroner R. rttrgera.o
CountyCommlnaloner T. W. Hahiday,
Malcaheyaud Peter sauo
CAIRO BAPTIST. Corner Tenth and Poplar
treela; preaching flrt and third Sunday In
acb month, 11 a m. and ": W ?. m.: prayer meet
ng Tbnraday, 7::m p. tu. ; Stioday arhool. Y:W a.m
Kev. A .(. IISSS Pa tor.
pOTRCH OF TBE RSDEEMKK-tEpUcopal
U Ponr!nnih rrt: Suudav 7 -mi a m.. llolr
Commnoloa 10: a. .. - ivavrr II a. m.
Sunday thuoi a p. m., o"oiuk nj" t u p.m.
F. P. l-avenpnrt. S. T. B. Poi't.'l.
I"MRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHUhCa.-
T Preaching at 10 SO a. n... .1 p. m., and 7:S0 p. m.
abbatb chol at 7:30 p. m Rev. T. J. Shore,
ICTllEKAN-Thlrteenth atret; a.-rvkt Sab
a bath li.l'i a. m ; Sunday achuol 2 p. in. Rev.
MBTnoDtST-Cor. Klglith and Waluut atreet.
Preaching Sahlili ll:i. m. aod7::H) p.m.
nuday Schoiil at 1:00 p m. Kev. J. A. Scarrett,
DKEHBYTK Kl AN Eighth atreet; preacnlng on
I Sabbath at 11:00 a. re and T:S0p. m.; nraver
neeilrig Wln-ilay at T: p. m.; Sunday Scheol
a i p. m. liev L'-. Y..'icirgu, pastor.
ST. JOS k p II S--,Koiuau Catholic) Corner Croas
and Waluut etreetai aervlcoe Sahbatb 10.30.
n.; Sunday Sf liool all p. m.; Veaper 3d m.; r
ncvaevvrj day at 8 a m. ltuv. U'Uara, rrluct.
jT. PATRICK'S -(Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
aireet and Washington avenue ; nrvlco Sub
alh S and 10 a. m.; Veapera t p. m. Sunday Srhool
! p. ni. aervlcea every daf ataa. m. Uv. Mast ineiS
1 ITTrt -m-peopioareaiwayaod tho look
1 , m I Wl I J lout for chiinc.ua to lucn'aae
VI I H .thuireatnlnga, and lu time
if I I J I 'Jlieoume woaUhy; ttaoae vho
' ' --rv- --"do nut Improve ibulroppor
tiiiiltlna remain In poverty.
Wo offer a (rreat chance to nniko money, w. wa nt
many men, woman, boy and girl tu work lor ua
right I j their own localities. Any one can da the
work properly from the flrat alert. The huelnea
will pay mere thin tou tlmu ordinary wngu. Ex
penal veoulfli furnished free. No ono who engage
fan to make money rapidly. Yon can devote
your whole time to tfm work, or only your apa'e
moment. Full Information ami all that I needed
aentfroa. Address Sl'lNSON Jfc CO. Portland. M
That smart men average $(K) to I is JW per day pro.
fit, ell ng the "Pocket Manual.' Ibu moal merviil-
lolia Utile volume evur leeueii. iiiou,
ami pnrchared by all claaae.; nothing In tho hook
Hue ivar equal to It. Will prove It or forf .it N u.
Complete amp e and outnv o e , r
Cillira for atamp. Don't atari out again onlll yon
learn what is "aid of this book and wlmt olhuri
aw didng W. II TIIOMI'SON, Pabllalmr, 401
Arch Street, rhlladolphta. Pa.
Awiienerttartiut homo ny tha indue.
tJU r7 L trlonaiaiialhiialiiiia now before the
m publln Capital uot needed. We
fTl I JHI "rt von- Men, woiiinn, boya
W and girl wanted iivnrywhere to work
for na. Now I the timo. You can
work In prro time, or give your wliolo time to the
biialneaa. No other bitalnena will pay you nearly
a welt. No one nan fail to make euormoue pay,
hy engagelng at once. Coitly oniltand term free
Money made faat, eaelly, and honorably. Addreae
TRUE M CO., Angaeta, mama.