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'One day," sai! tliirentleinan, "be
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per-on with a larjje handful of ears of
whcul, taken from Tuv Iritis. I saluted
him respectfully, sitid exjiresscd rny aI
niiratiou of the beauty of the wheat.
Ye.' said lie. 'it U truly a line funiple,
and does the fanner (rn-at eredit who
grew it." I acknowledged the eonipli-uu-nt,
ttnd asked him from which of my
fields he took it. After he had pointed
it out, he assured me he always liked to
take a pood sanijde home, as it inter
ested the ladies. Upon this, noticing
with admiration the style of his coat,!
asked him to allow rue 'to look at the
frkrrt. He readily did so, ami I quietly
took out my penknife ami ut a lam
jdece from tlu! tail. The jrcntletnaii
bounced and swore, hut I told him I ul
ways took samples of cloth, as 1 found
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")iv iiiu-resii'n my wile. 1 ail
tied that ho had no more rijrht to taki
my wheal than j had to take his coat
and that I wished the. tmblic tolicartlih
truth in mind." This was experienci
iiKni wiui a vengeance. Vhnmhtrs
T lie terms of many sewinjr-maeliine
patents have expired ami rivalry has ac
oordingly cut down prices. Mr. W. (1
. ilson has sent acircnlnr ti, il,.. il, :!..
' leading companies manufacturing or
dealing in sewing machines throughout
the United States, elahoratitig a scheme
for uniting all the manufacturers of sew
ing machines under a two-headed syndi-j-aU!,
Ui produce- only two kinds of ma-
fhinus, and to tix the price at one liguro.
In proof of tho feasibility of what ha
promised, Mr. Wilson called attention
to the fortunes amassed In the Standard
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A Leotura on Legs.
There Is an outcry about logs. !Ve
are told that wn have too much of ttem
at theaters. We do, and I say this not
because the exhibition is indecent, but
because it is ugly. What a woman is
expected to hide and what to show is
purely a question of convention. I re
member once passing an afternoon
lounging about at the Sweet Waters of
Asia, on the Bosphorus. Princesses and
other lights of the harem were being
dragged about in bullock-carts, boon
some of them got out of their convey
ances and sat down upon tho grass.
Among then) was a girl who I felt con
vincea was pretty, and I sat down near
iter. Her face was covered with a thin
veil. Nothing would have induced her
to raise it, but slowly Bhe pulled her
wide trouser up above her kueo and pro
ceedi'd to scratch her bare leg. This
was her idea of a mild flirtation with a
Frank. And why not? Her English sis
ter would go to a ball with neck and
arms bare; or, to put it more correctly,
with about a quarter of hr body con
cealed only by shoulder-straps. Am I
not right, therefore, in saying that the
rule as to what portion of the female
form divine may with propriety be sub
mitted to the eyes of mankind is local
and not general? Hero faces, necks,
backs, shoulders, and arms may lx)
shown: in tho east legs may bo shown;
while in Zululand, according to all ac
counts, the ladies walk about like Eve
before the fall. But even in England
the rulo is different in theaters and in
ball-rooms. If a girl were to nppear at
the latter in a dress reaching down to
her knoes she would be regarded as a
peculiar girl, whereas she might do this
on the stage without adverse comment.
I make these preliminary remarks in or
der to prove that I approach this solemn
subject without tircjtidice. Ten or
twelve years ago the ballet-girls used to
wear skirts which came down a little
below tho knees. These skirts were
made of nni.-din and there were so many
of them that when their wearers were
dancing they looked like a cloud. The
effect was pretty and graceful. But of
late this cloud of skirt has disappeared
and has been replaced by a piece of silk
fitting tightly to the figure like the
."trunks'' of an acrobat, and which do
not coyer any part of the leg. To emu
late this display the principal dancers
eschew everything except one uiuelin
petticoat, and this a very short one.
What is tho result? Exceeding ugliuess.
I suppose that it may be taken as a rule
that when a girl has small, thin arms,
she generally has small, thin legs. Any
one, however, has only to look at the
modern ballet girl to perceive that, al
though her arms may bo sticks, her legs
are elephantine in their proportions.
This girl goes to a theatrical hosier; the
shape of her leg is taken, and then a
pair of tights is made, with wool woven
into them as the case may require. A
girl with her legs done up in cotton
wool with a small niece of silk drawn
tightly in by a band, and with naked
arms and shoulders can not bo said to
be making an indecent exhibition of her
self, but she is ungainly. She shocks no
morality, but she does shock good taste.
In the name, therefore, of good taste,
let us go back to the days of cloudy mus
lin. Isondon Truth.
Zoological Inferiority of the Human lace. '
Among the specializations made by a
recent writer on the zoological rank of
different animals, iueluding man, par
ticular prominence is given to the in
feriority of the latter, as exhibited in
some of his structural features compared
with certain quadrupeds. Thus, his
teeth are of a low mammalian type, as
is shown both by his dental formula ami
by tho presence of cusps upon the crowns
of the tetli, a peculiarity of the lower
mammalia, entirely lost in tho horse,
the elephant and many other "brutes."
Again, according to tho comparison thus
set forth, his limbs show a similar in
feriority, since they are little modified,
preserving even the full number of live
digits, and therefore, in respect of these
members, man stands very low lower
than the cow and tho pig. The point of
most interest, however, in this discus
sion; Is that which declares tho human
face to bo the most remarkable of all
tho indices of man's inferiority. Thus,
it is argued, in tho mammalian embryo
the face is formed under the foro brain
or cerebral hemispheres, and in our
faces the fetal disposition Is permanent
ly retained, with changes which even
wnen greatest,, aro still Inconsiderable;
in quadrupeds, however, tho facial
region acquires a prominent develop
munt leading to tho specialization of the
laws and turroumhng parts, which
brings tho faco to a condition much
higher than that of tho feltis -hence tho
projecting mout is a .Ulgltoi;. structure
than tha retreating human faco!
A Southern Ontraca.
' ,','Look hcah, Undo Mono, deui white
ioiks i so been workin' for has done in
ultcd mo der wussest kind."
"How did dey insult ycr, Matlldy?
Did dey tolo ycr dat ycr motif was too
"I can't jess hoi p gottin' mad, Uncle
i, wnno woman I'se been work
in lor niada mil T wa i,). .i
,(., t A .7. " i wr ui'n i
"What did she
... - - . w -..Mini nim
nnrl hit. tnlip ma.. .tn .
tor. I counted hit over twist myself.
I wouMn t toll a lie for all do money la
Austlu." 2xa SijUngs. J
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CAIRO BULLETIN; SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 10, ; 1883.
WIT AND HUMOR,
A Kenliieky judgo says a horso race
is not a game. He's right. It's a cut
ami dried affair, just like a caucus.
When a certain bachelor was married
members of the bachelor club broke him
up by sending him as a wedding ptvsent
a copy of "l'uradiso Lost." ' ' '
Tho services of a gentleman who
wants to bo a correspondent of the
Evening Hull din aro respectfully de
clined on account of Ids "rcll'erauces,"
"I have shocking news for vou," said
a gentleman approaching Ool. Wex
more. "Your wife " "Doad, is she?"
asked tho Colonel. "Oh no. Sho has
returned home." "Oh, Lord!" said
tho Colonel. Ark. Traveler.
Venus rises two and a half hours be
fore the sun. It naturally takes the old
girl some time to kindle a fire and get
the tangles out of her hair before break
fast time. Tho sun gets up earlier when
the weather gets warmer.
"Tho Pendleton civil service bill has
passed, remarked Mr. Wigglesworth,
from tho interior of his rmnor. "Well.
I'm glad of that," said his wife, "and
now I hope our hired girl will have a
nine more manners.
A youn' politician explained the tat
tercil condition of bis trousers to his fa
titer by stating that he was sitting under
an apple tree enjoying himself, when
no farmer s dog came along and con
tested his seat.
"She wears Louis XV. shoes, does
she? exclaimed Mrs. Receutwenlth.
" ell, she's got mighty big feet if that's
her size, that's all I ve got to say."
And the old lady contemplates her own
canal-boat shoes with evident satisfac
Mrs. Marrowfat had hist finished
reading an account of a Michigan girl
who hail dropped dead upon receiving
an offer of marriage from a voting man,
when Miltiadcs quietly asked: "Mother,
ion l you suppose he knew it would Rill
A North Carolina woman, aged 53,
has just begun to learn to read. Prob
ably sho was informed by an enemy
that her name was in onc'of the local
papers. When a woman's curiosity is
once aroused there's no telling what
she will do in order to gratify it. X. Y.
There are some persons who cannot
take a ioke, but Fogg is not one of them.
One of the boys, acquainted with Fogg's
frequent change of abode, asked Turn
which lie thought was the cheaper, to
move or pav rent. "I can't tell you,
my dear boy," replied Fogg; "I have
Very tired in their heads: First Duf
fer "Vou say you have met me lief ore,
md I have nn impression that I have
met you before. Can you tell me when
it was? .Vcond Ditto "1 can, sir; it
was at the same time that I met you."
First Duller (reflecting) "Ves, yes; it
niut have been; but what a remarkable
While Robert Burns was at Moffat
once, wiin i lurk, the composer, the
poet called for a bumper of brandy.
un, not a bumper, said the musician;
'I prefer two small glasses." "Two
small glasses!" cried Burns, "why, you
are like the lass in Kyle, who said she
would rather bu kissed twice bareheaded
than once with her bonnet on."
A fiirl'iv nnxi nlirmr n Imndretl olnrk
in one of the Fepartnients ot Washing
ton sent to this locality a contribution ol
27 and a largo amount of sympathy foi
Ud1 Hood sufferers. It was a good thing
for tin! sufferers that tho big-hearted
lerks thought of sending with theii
mite of cash so much sympathy. A".
An old colored man in Halifax, who is
begging money for his -coffin; uses the
followingpleaf'Tse tired of life, longin'
fo' do grave. Sebeuty-e.ight years now I
begun (lis misserable existunce. As J
grew in ago I fostered fond ambishum,
pictcrm do road to wealt and lame.
Icre I am to-day, poor and wretched as
w hen I was born, hopes of success blars
ted, bones waitin' wearily fo' de day ob
rest, (ill) tne but a few cents to helpm
buv a colli ii to bury mv achin' body."
tho wito of a l'liiladolphia lawyer
called at the home of a widow with
whom she had reason to believe her
husband was upon terms of undue inti
macy. Tho witlow's innocent little boy
opened the front door. "Do you know
Ir. Harris?" the enraged asked, with
her sweetest smile. "Yeth, I know
him," the little chap answered; "that's
l nolo Charley, he s mamma s brother.
There's a divorce suit pending upon
New York society has decided that
when a gentleman and lady meet on the
street the one who first sees tho otliei
should bow. So wo learn from a "so
ciety" item; hut it doesn't explain
whether the parties should bo acquainted
or not, though we think they should
'tuiuette or no ctiouette. If they should
happen to pass without seeing each oth
er, we suppose the bowing formula may
bo dispensed with without giving offense
io ciiner party,
Courtship in Ceonia: Ho mshod in
the parlor without ringing the door-bell
and discovered a light liguro sitting on
the sofa in the corner. He suddenly ox-
timed: "By Jovo. dear Nell. I thought
I never would find you alotjo again.
Your mother has gone a visitin", hasn't
she?" -Yes," responded tho liirht
figure, "Nellie goes visiting s muoh t ftra
often alone." The younir manremnrknd
the next day. that he left his hat on tho
piano ami his umbrella in tho hall and
needed nothing but thirty neres of onen
Some people are expressing surprise
thill II err Mi ml n. I., ,iP 1 .
, "i mis country
so long. V ery likely he ma' any other
place to go to. He is like, tho chao who
replied to his wife's
"Why, Charley, what on earth brines
you home at this hour of t1() nWhir
...u ,i Miming, till thoothel
places were slniL" Thero are not many
countries that have use for ,. ft fHw
as Most. Ho will possibly remain here
and set up a beer saloon, Hk,. cU1kto
Schwa i , and other dmtingui,hed social
wU.lHIMiurg hundny Trtiedir.
I here aro few things too mean for a
stingy man to do. We know 0f ono who
inarr ed a widow before her dead hus
band s clnlil was weaned, thinking thai
she was rich. After marriage he dis
covered that most of the property wo
willed to tho baby, so ho had himself
appointed its guardian that bo inhrht
haudlo tho money. When ho went to
ttl his guardianship acoouut h Hied
a claim of $37 against his infant ward's
slal for a wet nitrss for tho child. ()u
Investigation, it was found that the wel
nurse for whose services he charged wa
his own wife, tho child's mother. Os
"A New Hampshire lady has been given
tne position oi casnier m a oank. iiuit
seems to he a movo in tho riirht dircc
lion, though of course, it Is unsafe to
gamble on what tho results will bo at
this early day. Hut as women don't as
a general thing, get mashed on fast
horses or play poker, or deal in futures,
or at least not tho kind money Is lost in,
or speculate in stocks, or try to burst a
faro bank, she can, if sho don't go too
much on seal-skin sacks, and bang nets,
keep from ruining the bank, and havin
to leave the country Iho first year, an"
way. l eek s .
The Washington correspondent of the
Boston Advertiser, has some intercslin
gossip about the ownership of the Rogers
House, near tho White House. Henrv
Clay used to own the lot on which ft
stands. Ho was especially devoted to
his Ashland farm and the livestock upon
It. uno nay old i ommodore John Koilor
ers came home from the Mediterranean
with his naval vessel full of livo stock
which he had picked up abroad. The
cargo included one lino Andalusian
jackass. Clay wanted it for his farm.
All his offers were rejected, until one day
the Commodore said in joke: "You can
have him for your lot opposite the White
House." "Done," was Clay's reply, and
tho animal was shipped off to Kentucky.
The Commodore built the now historic
house, which Secretary Seward occupied
during the War. Jlero Payne endeav
ored to assassinate him on the nigh)
when President Lincoln was shot. 'lh
lot is now valued at 4O,0U0.
A St. Louis Blizzard.
There has been added to the storms,
tires, floods anil other catastrophes
which have characterized the year thus
far, a series of remarkable atmospheric
disturbances in the home of Mr. Little,
of St. Louis. It appears that money wn
here, as everywhere, the root of evil.
Mr. Little plaintively Mates:
"I W:us Mising money out of nit
Pocket I Began to Set down the aniouni
at Night it Was Short Next day and ot
the 2nd olso In the Morning I was look
ing on the floor She ' flew up and Sail.
What ar you looking for I said I Ha
lost some money She looked at me 1 i U
a Tiger Shaking her tist at me and Sav
ing f did not Take your money I sah
Darling I did not say you did She Shook
her fit ami said you hail Bi tter Not I
Finally hail to lock Mv Panloloons up
It is usually supposed that a soft an
swer ttirncth'away wrath, but Mr. Lit
tle's endearing epithets seem to have
utterly failed. The subject of rats next
proved an apple of discord:
"I Said I Would go nud get some tin
and fix the holes lot 60c Worth of Tin
and comensed to Jix Holes She Began
to Tar around it Made mcTrombcl Sav
ing I paid too much for tin."
Here is a picture of a wife who would
"Tar," ami a husband made to "Trcin
bel" worthy of the pencil of Hogarth.
Yet there was worse to come, for the
wife went on to invade the most cher
ished privileges of man:
"I Said on the 5 of Dec I would go
and get Shaved She flew up anil said
don't you Shave yourself I said no How
often do you shave I said Twico a week
that wont do my Other Husband shared
hisself and I would half to then she said
I did not Need Shaving in a She Bare
Way She was Running down the Ba
tists Sonic of my Best friends Every day
calling them all sorts of Bail Names 1
said one day after I had heard it for 2 or
3 weeks Please dont Talk about mv best
friends She flew up and said her Tung
was her own and she wood talk ami
would not stop, So I Said I Would take
We learn from this that Mrs. Little
had had previous experience and that
her "Other Husband" had retired from
an unequal strife. We would particu
larly call attention to the meekness and
wisdom of Mr. Little in recognizing the
profound truth that every woman's
"Tung" is her own, and In deciding to
"take a Walk." Mr. Little's wardrobe
was the next point of attack, and he
ventured to remonstrate:
"I Said Some of My Close had Been
taken She Said Who 'Took them I Said
Some Body She Jumped to tho grate
and grabed the Poker and Said do you
Say I Took your Close Why Darling I
Saul I did not Say anything of the kind
She Said you Had not Plotter She Said
go Who Cares for you I Was to faint to
go then and then I Said I Was afraid ol
her. She Said I Was a Coward."
Considering the proximity of the
"Poker," Mr. Little's cowardice is not
surprising. He continues his recital ot
storms and wrecks, ami tells us:
"She looked at me Willi Vengence
She Shook her list at me l got up like a
good little boy the way She
Would Talk.a'bout folks Was a Sin to
tlavid Crocket the Six Weeks We Ware
together it Was Come and go yon Shant
She Never ('tiled me Geo or mr Little it
Was go Cotno or Shant."
Il is not true that civilization or culti
vation has bred out of the world tho
liking for a story. In this the most
highly educated Londoner and tho
Egpytlan fellah meet on common hu
man ground. The passion for, a story
has no more died out than curiosity, or
than the passion of love. The truth is
not that stories are not demanded, but
that the born rneonteur and story-teller
Is a rare person. Tho faculty of tolling
a story is a ninuli rarer gift than tho
ability fo analyze ' character, and even
the anility truly to draw character. It
may bo a higher or a lower pWvor, but
it is rarer. It is a natural gift, and it
seems that no amount of culture can
attain it, any more than learning can
make a poet. Nor Is the, complaint well
founded that tho stories have all been
told, llie possible plots all been used,
and tho combination of circumstances
exhausted.. It Is no doubt that our In
dividual experience that we hear almost
every day and wo hear unfiling so
eagerly some, now story, better or
w orse, but new in its exhibit ion of hu
man character, and In tho combination
of events. And the "Strange, eventful
histories of human life will no more be
exhausted than tho, possible arrange,
luetits of numbers.' Vo mjght as well
say that there are no more good pic
tures to be painted, as that there are no
mot good stories to bo told. April At'
lUlltiit ...... ....
Colohlehs and Cold. A young girl deep
ly rcKrcueii in at ttlie was io colnrboss and
cold, Tier faco was too ' whito and' her
hands aud feet felt as though tha blood did
not cirrulato. After ono bottlo of Hop
Hitters nmi been taken she was tho rosiest
and healthiest tdrl in tho lowris with a viy-
acity and cbi crfulnnes of Jnipd gratifyinir
iu iiui ii iciu).
FOR Dysncnsia and Liver f!omnlaint von
havo a printed guarantee on evert bottle
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An old Man's Relief.
Havo used Parker's Ginger Tonic for my
bud cough and hemorrhage I had twenty,
five years. I feel like another man since I
used it. Am 60. years past. Believe it
sure to euro younger persons. A. Orner,
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at niht and broken
of your rest by a sick child luffuring and
crying with pain of cutting teeth? If so,
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is pleasant to the laste, and is tho prescrip
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Many a sickly woman, whose tad exper
ience had demonstrated alike the failure
of conceited doctors and poisonous drugs,
hag obtained a new lease of life for a few
dollars worth of the Vegetable Compound
and has gone on her way rejoicing and
praising Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham, of Lynn,
An old gentlemau in Maryland aaid be
had raised his family on "Sellars' Liver
Pills," and considered them almost as es
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Dit. Kline's Gkeat Nerve Restorer is
the marvel of the utie for all nerve diseases.
All fitsstopped free. Send to BtJl Arclr
street. Philadeloia. Pa.
Emory'. Little Cathartic is the best and
only reliable Liver Pill known, never fails
vtith the most obstinate cases, nurelv vpire-
table. 15 cents. Ml
If you need any Carpets, Lace Curtains
and Window Shades it wiil be to yonr in
terest to call on F. vy. Rosenthal & Co..
410 and 412 N. 4th st. St. Louis.
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, 1
will send a recipe, that will cpreyou, free
op ciiaroe. This great remedy was
discovered by h minister in South America.
6end a sell-addressed envelope to the Iter.
Joseph T. I khan, Station D. New York
Chas. Alkins, Englevyood, III, gays:
"Brown's Iron Bitters cured me of malaria
from which I suffered a long time."
Work Given Out. On receipt of vour
address we will make an offer by which
you can earn $3 to $7 evenings, at your
home. Men, Women, Boys or Girls can do
it. II. 0. Wilkinson & Co., 193 ami 107
Fulton Street, Now York.
uucKien's Arnica Salve '
The Best Salvo in the world for Cuts-
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblaios,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles, It ia guaranteed , to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
5-1 cents per box. For sale by Geo. E
Disease, Propensity and Passion, brings
Mankind numberless ailments, foremost
among them are Nervousness, Nervous De
bility, and unnatural weakness of Genera
tive Organs; Allen's Brain Food successful
ly overcomes these troubles and restores
the sufferer to his former vigor. 1. Af
To Tho West.
There aro a number ot routes loading to
the above-niuutioncd suction, but the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louis and
over the Missouri Pacific ' Railway. Two
trains daily are run from tho Grand Union
Depot, Saiut Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars ortho, very
flcest make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
ifornia ""nnoct with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains lor Kansas and xseuraska
At Omaha, connection is mano witn tne
Overland train for California.
This line oilers to parties enrouto to tho
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through the finest por
tion ot Missouri and Nebraska, oena ior
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &C, of thil
line, which will bo mailed free.
C. Bv Kinnan, F. Chandler, '
Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agent. Gen'l Past Agent.
, For dressing the hair, aud beautifying it
when gray, nothing Is so satisfactory aa
Parker's Hair Balsam.
A Nasal Injector tree with eaoh bottle
of fchilolfsCataarh Remedy. Price 60 ct.
LLINOIH CENTRAL R.jR. j
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. louis and Chicago.
The Onlv .Line ltunnin
0 DAILY TRAINS
Ma king Direct Connkotion
jTiuisi Lkuti Caiko:
Arriving In ..LouliMSa.m.: Chicago,. an p.m.;
Conuect t at Odin and KOloKhum for t'lncln
. aatl, L jiavtile, iuUlaaapulia and pebuj Kan.
11:1 i ft.tu. St. IjOuIh ttml Wetrn
arrtvlnein Ht. Loola7:06p. m., aud cimsectlnit
- for all poiota Weil.
:i:GO x.m. Wtutt Kiprxaa.
Fur St. Lonl. and t'blcaiio, arriving at St. Lnuta
10:40 p.m., and Chicago 7: a m
3:BO p.m. Cincinnati Kxprrwa.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:H a.m.; Uunvllle
a.m.; Indlanauolta 4:05 a.m. rur.irra h
thu train reach the above poltita la to 3t)
UOl'Kb in advance ol any other route,
IHfThe8:60 p. m. eipreea hai TDLLMAW
HI.KSP1NUCAH Cairo to Cincinnati, without
thangea, and throOKh aleepvrs to Bt. Loot, and
Fast Time Kast.
fJiS4PTl(i,'OI' bT tb'' ,lne ROthroagu to Eaat.
a ioriijip,iin trn Mule without any delay
panaed hy bundar Intervening. Tha Haturdav after.
,in from Cairo arrive. In new York Monday
nornlng at 10;V
Bv other rente.
Thirty -alx houre in advance ol
tUTVot through ticket, and further Information,
ipplytl Illlaoia Central Railroad Dupot, Cairo.
. J- il. JON KS, Ticket Agent.
i.B. HANSON. Gen. Paaa. Agunt. Chicago
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OP MAILS.
C. B. R.ftLrough lock mall), li.a.
" (way mall)... 4 80 p.io.
I p. ro.
(Soathern Oil S p. m.
Iron Mountain H. R
:8 ' p m.
lit p. m.
? p. in.
6 p. m
2 p. m.
Sat. A .Von.
9 p. m.
S a. in.
ft: 80 am
4 p. ui.
Wabub K. 1( .
Teiae A Ht. Louie U. H.
St. Louli Clro R. R. .
Mia. lilver arrive. Wed
" df-narta Wt
, Krl. A Man.
7::) am toT:'W pm
P O. gen. del. op n from
P.O. box del. oi.en from
h'undav. arc. 1i-'.. orn from
..o a. m. to v p m.
Sunilava lnx del. open ftom.
Sa. m. to Iia. ni.
6 a. m. la til -ill am
lie publiahed from
time to time lo city pkprra. ('bargu tMirrarda ac
cimlingly. w.M M. MCKFUy, P. M.
Mayor N. B. Thi.tlewood.
Trea.urer T. J. Kerth.
Clerk lien nia. j, Foley.
C'oumelor--Wnj. H. OUbert.
Marahal-L. 11. M.-y-ra.
boaD or aLuaanaa
rlrat Ward-Wm. He Hale. T. M . Elmbriiugb.
Second Ward-JeMc Hinkln, C. N. Hughe.
Third Ward-B. K, Hlake, John Wot.
Koarth Ward Cliarla. O. Patter. Adoibh Swo-
fifth Ward-T. W. liaiUday, Brutal i). F.tttt.
Circuit J iidge i). J. Baker.
Circuit Clerk-A. II. Irvln.
Couuty Judge J. li. ltoblUauQ.
County clerk S. J. Ilumm.
County Attorney J. M. Damron.
County Treaaurrr-Olllea W, Parker.
Corouer R. Fiixgerald
County CoinmlMioner T. W. Halilduy, J. II .
Mulcabxr and PeWr Sauo.
CTA1R0 BAPTIST. -Corner Tenth and Poplar
J .treeta; preaching flrat and third Sundaya lu
each month, 11 a. m. and 7:'J0 p.m.: prayer meet
ing Thunder, 7;;X)p. m. ; Sunday acliool, (l:3u a.m
Rev. A. 4. UBSS Paetor.
pHUHClI Of THE RB DB EM KRXut. copal
KJ Fourteenth atreet; Sunday 7:00 a m.. Iioly
Communion 10:20 a. m., Munang Prayer. II a. m.
Bunday .chool 8 p. m., Evening Prayer. 7:i p.m.
r. P. Davenport, 8. T. B. Rector.
IMR8T M1HSIONARV BAPTIST CUURCH.
r Preaching at 10:30 a. n.., S p. ro., and 7:80 p. lu.
jabbath icbool at 7;3u p. m He v. T. J. Shore.,
JCTHKRAN-Thlrteenth .treat; aHrviua feeti
j bath 1 :3u a. m. ; Sunday .cnool 2 p m. Rev.
K nappe, pent jr.
METHOniST-Cor. Eighth and Walnut .treeta
Preaching Satibath li:(J0a. m. eoiT:10 p, m.
today School at i:iu p. m. Kuv. J. A. hc.rrutt,
IJRKSBYTEKIAN -Eighth Direct; preacntng oa
Sabbath at II tlau a. m. aud 7:p. m.; praver
tntteltiig Wednc.dar at 7:H0p. m.; Hundaj Schwoi
at 8 p.m. Rttv B. V. Ueorite, paetor.
ST. JOSEPH 8--i Roman Catholic) Comer C'ro.a
and Walnut .treeta; arvlcea hahbath 10:80 a.
d.; Sunday Softool at 8 p. m.; Veipre p. m. ; aer
ncos very day at 8 a. m.. lie v. O'Hara. ; Privet.
ST. PATKICK'fl- Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
airet aud Washington avnune; aorvlcaa Sab
oath 8 and 10 a. m.; Ve.pera 8 p. m. ; Sunday School
i p. m. eorvloue every day at 8 a. m. Rov. Miett incrs
people are a i way a on the look
out for ehauce to Incrna.e
1 1 1 ti .their eaialngo, and lu time
w f I I I I 'J become wea.lhr t tho.e who
' ' -"-"do not Improve tholr oppor
tunities rmnaln In poverty.
We offer a groat chance to nmko money. Wo wa at
many men, womau, hoy. and glrla to work lor u.
right I J their own localltiea. Any ono can do the
work properly fmm the Bret alart. Tba htialnuaa
wtll pay more than ten tlmol ordinary wage. Kx
penaiveoulOt fiirniehedfree. No ono who engagus
falls to make nionuy rapidly. You can devote
your whole time in the work, or onlv rour apate
momoiitl. Fall Information and all that la needed
aentfroe. Address ST1NHOX A CO. Portland, M t
That smart mon average oo to 18 00 per day pro
flt, .oil ng tho "Pocket Manual," The moat marvel
loue little volume ever is.ued. Needed, eiidor.ed
and purchaed hy all claa.ee; nothing In the hook
line ever equal lo It. Will provo it or forfeit M p.
Complete .ample and ouldt 8 o , or full parti
culars for stamp. Don't atari out again until yon
learn wlatl.alrtof thla hook, and whatopiere
art) dilnR. W. H. THOMPSON, Pabll.aer, 401
A"rcli Street; PhlLidolphla. Pa. tytSita
A week made at home hy tha tnrins.
trloua. RtAlim.lnors now befnre tha
inihllo. 11 not needed. We
and girl, wanted everywhere to work
'fn. n. i Niiw la Ihn t.imrt. Ynn mm
work In sprre time, or give vour whole time to the
bualoe.a. No other bu.lne.a will pay you nearly
as well. No one can fall to make enormous pay,
Vy angagelag at one. Costly out flt and, tanna free
Money made faet, eaally, and honorably. Address
TKUK CO., ABgMU.maine.