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I Jt". very Corset Iff warruutud sutis-
Ttictorvto Its wearor in rverj way,
or the nsmey will bo rulunded by
' , the iwrson from w houi it was bought.
The nnlv Corset pronouneed by our teadlnir physician
not Inlurlom to the weurer, unii 'iilnU by ladle
ti "iDuMwiuforUibl and perfect filling Corset ever
PRICES.br Hull Pnalwrs raldl
Health PiwMrvlBg. Sl.BO. lf.AJu.ti. SI. BO
Abdominal (extra heavy) ."0. Nursing, il.60
Health rrawrrlMS (line cut II I S..00. Paragon
Far tale r Hdln Het.iU. lfcwlew every ""ee.
CU1CAUO CORjLI.' CO.. Ihlougo, III.
PORT GRAPE WINE
FOUR YEARS OLD.
THIS CELEBRATED NATIVE WINE la made
from the juice of tha Oporto Gripe, mined In
tbli country. lis Invaluable tonic and strength
ening properties are unsurpassed bv any other
Native Wlno. Being the pare Juice of the Grape,
produced nnder Mr. H peer's own personal supervt
ion, Ha pnrlty and genu tni neaa, aro guaranteed
Th vounest child may partitke of It generous
qualities, and the weakest Invalid use it to advan
tage . It la partlcal arly beneficial to the agd and
debilitated, and suited tu the various ailments that
affect t be weaker sex. It Is lu every respect A
WINE TO BE RELIED ON.
Speer's P. J. Sherry.
' The P. J. SHERRY la a wlno of Superior Char
acter and partakes of the rich Qualities of the grape
from whicb It la made For Purity. Klchneae, Ft
vot and Medicinal Properties. It will be fonnd un
OpooaV - I. " f ni'tuuily.
This BRANDY stands unrivaled In thla Country
holm; fur superior for medicinal purposes. It la
puredlstUlaltou from the grape, and contain) vul
liable medicinal proporliu. It has a delicate fla
vor, similar to that of Die grapes, from which It la
distilled, and is lu great favor among first-class
families, hie that the signature of ALFRED
Hl'KKK, I'a-snlc, K . J It over the cork of each
Sold By PAUL SCHTJH
AND BY DRUGGISTS KVERYWHKRK.
UKIVERSITY OF YIBGIIM.
; PHMNKR LAW LECTURES (n'na weekly), no
gin 121 h July, Irfti, and end Pith t-eptem'er. Have
proved of algnal use, ist, to stud' uta who design
to pursue thctr s'ndles at this or other Law School;
id, to those who propose to read privately; and 3d,
to practitioners who have not had the advantage of
systematic Instruction. For circular apply (P.O.
Uulveraltv of Va.) to John B. Mluor, Prof. Com.
' and Slat, taw.
Imma Abbott's Credentials.
'Thnru nowfxisH. no prid and sufll-
' cient reason why Kinnu Abbott should
not hope to nvhicvu mim'ss and nlmkula
as a ptiblit' sinj'iT. Sho may not always
bo Imlorsod by jini.ss arid pulpit, but
Bho lias undo a coiMjiicRt nf three West
cud cotpu'ttcs, and that suttlcs it.
Tlircu ):iiri of them went up on a
Miebijjan avonuo ear Friday niht, sud
wliilo the frt'titUiinun withheld thoir ap
proval, or do it wa.s inaudible, tho
ludio sp)ko very eiiL-ouraing words of
"Dou't slie sing splendid ?"exclaimed
No. l.as she sat' down thren tinios in
"Ves, indei'd," ri'sponded No. 2, wbo
bad pulled up llio left sleevo of herdress
and was drains a lSernluirdt glove up
towards lier elbow. "Sho can't sinjr as
hijjli as I can, but I like her last gamut
"No, nor her voice ain't as strong as
J'ours, but its timber is just lovely.
Wt 1 wish I was her, chimed in
"Wish you was her!'' echoed No. 1,
disdainfully. "How you'd look walk
ing around in your sleep with them
"I'm thankful my arms don't look
like a big Dutch sausage!" snapped out
And then the other passengers got oft
and waited for the next car.
Registration of women voters in lios
ton: "I wish to register, sir." "Your
name, plea.se?" "Alinira Juno Simp,
son." "Your age?" "l'.eg pardon."
"Your nge?" "1 I underhand thai 1
must give my ngeP" "Yes, miss, the
law requires' it. "Worlds, sir, would
not tempt mo to give it. Not that 1
care. No; 1 bad as lief wear it on my
bonnet us a hrtckman dues his Lumber,
but I'm a twin, and if my sister has n
wpiiltinss. it is Lhat she dislikes anv ref
crenoo made to her aire, and I could not
give you my own, b cause I do not wish
. .n,.,,i i,,. "
, .-, Bay City, Micu., Feb. 3, 1880.
I think it my duty to send you a recom
mend fur the benefit or anv Dcrson wisbintr
to know whether Hop Hitlers are good or
not. i Know nicy are good lor general oe
bilitf and indic ation; itrenghten tho ner
vous system and msko new lite. I recom
mend my patieuts to use th"in.
Dm. A. Pjutt.
Speer's Port Gkape Wine !
rvTTr vpim Am
The Daily Brilletin.
. orwcEi no. 7B omo levee.
OFFICIAL PAPJtK Of ALBXAN DER COUNTY.
ENTERED AT TUB CAIRO I'OSTOKFICK FOB
TRANSMISSION THROUGH TUB MAILS AT
"' " ' SECOND CLASH BATES.
TERMS OF. SUBSCRIPTION:
. ' ' DAILY EDITION.
Dally one year by carrier $13 00
(UlnercHnt. dlaooontlt paid in advance.)
Daily, one year by mall 10 no
Daily, one month 1 Oil
l ubllahed every morning (Mondays excepted) .
e WEEKLY EDITION.
Weekly, one year,,.. 2 00
Weekly, o montha I 00
rubllsuod every Monday noon.
tW-Clubs of Ave or more tor Weekly Bulletin at
one time, per year, Sl.oU Postugu la all cases
InvAHIABLY IN ADVANOI.
All Communications should bo addressed to
K. A. BURNETT.
Pubhaher and Proprietor.
Tho Kegro Doctor.
I'bg clutrged, Jedgo, yor say, wld pl.enln' do
Wld metl lei ne when liowns slek,
An' l'so 'roatod up beuh 'foro do luw obdo Inn'
'i'er see ef do 'dlctmeiit will atlek.
In doetorln' a mnn my nilnti's mighty soun'
Cmso I studied s year In do wikhIh,
A dlggln' ob herbs an' roots from do groun'
Munut'aetiirln' my medical gools.
Degen'lemait was slek nn' I went to his bed
From death, wld a while tlugobtruoe,
An' when 1 hud 'zuiniiiuddo sufforvr's head,
I (fin hi in u done ob my Juice.
From dut very minute he lookwl like a boy,
('use bo mutter jrot well rig-lit nt onee,
But ho kleki.il up his heels an' died ob de Joy
Dut niKRiir Muro, Judge, wus a dunoe.
So donn' clinrgo me, Jedgo, wld pizcnln' de man
But note all my pints hs dn rlHe,
An' solo honor ter luw wlmt reigns In do Inn',
Jes say dat hu died ob surprise.
A STEEL-KEEVED S00UT.
Now and then a man ia found who may
claim that each nerve in his body ia "aa
hardy as the Nemean lion's nerve." He
knows no fear. It is a quality he does
not possess. Such a man was James
Hancock, a scout attached to Giant's
army. He was captured as a spy, and
sent to CaBtle Thunder, Richmond, Va.,
and his exploits are told by the Detroit
Free Prat. Hancock was a jolly, rolick
ing fellow, having wonderful facial ex
pression and great powers of mimicry.
One evening, while singing a song for
the benefit of his fellow-prisoners, he
suddenly stopped, threw up his hand,
stnggered, and then fell to the floor like a
bag of sand.
There was great confusion among tho
men, and as some of them inspected the
body and pronounced it without life, the
guards were notified of what had oc
curred. The post-surgeon was called in to say
whether it was a faint or a case of sud
den death. It happened that ho had just
come in from a long, cold ride, and he was
tired, and in a hurry to get to his quar
ters, so his examination was hardly more
than a look at the man. ..-
'Dead!'' he said, as he rose op, and in
the courue of twenty minutes the body
was deposited in a wagon to be sent to the
hospital, and there laid in a cheap coflin
and forwarded -
n ueu tho driver reached the em ui
Journey the oojy was gonei
There was no tail-board to his vehicle,
and thinking he might have jolted the
body out on the way, he drove back and
made inquiry of several persons if they
had seen a lost corpse anywhere.:
Hancock's "sudden death" was apart of
his plan to make an attempt to escape.
'While he had great nerve, and an iron
will, his being so quickly passed by the
Burgeon was a surprise . to him, for he
knew, he could hardly have passed under
less favorable circumstances.
On the way to the hospital he had
dropped out of the wagon and joined the
pedestrians on the walk. When the
driver returned to the CaRtle and told his
etory, a detail of men was sent out to cap
ture the tricky prisoner, and the alarm
was given. .
To leave the city was to lie picked np
by the patrol) to remain in it was to be
hunted down. Hancock had money sewed
in the lining of his veBt, and he walked
straight to the best hotel, registered him
self as from Georgia, and took a good
night's sleep. .
In the morning he procured a change
of clothing, and sauntered around the city
with the greatest unconcern, carrying the
idea to some that he was in Richmond on
a Government 'contract, and to others
that be was in the secret service of the
Bhortly after dinner he was arrested on
Main street by a squad of provost troops,
wbo bad his description to a dot. But no
soonsr had they put hands on him than
the prisoner was seen to be cross-eyed
and to have bis mouth drawn to one side.
The men were bewildered, and Han
cock was feeling for "letters to prove his
identity," when the hotel-clerk happened
to pass and at once secured bis liberty.
Four days after his escape from the
Castle the scout found himself out of
money, and while in the corridor of the
postofnee he was again arrested.
This time he drew his mouth to the
right, brought a squint to his left eye,
and pretended to lie very deaf. He was,
however, taken to the Castle, and there a
wonderful thing occurred. 1 - jt-.Tits
Guards who knew Hancock's face per
fectly well were so confused by bis squint
that no man dared give a certain answer.
Prisoners who had been with him for
four months were equally at fault, and it
was finally decided to lock bim up and in
vestigate his references.; ,
For seven long days the scout kept bis
mouth skewed around and his eye on the
squint, and then be got tired of it and re
turned bis accustomed phis. '
The minute he did this he was recog
nized by everybody, and the Confederates
admired his nerve and crseverance fully
aa much as did his fellow-prisoners.
The close of the war gave him his lib
erty with the rest, but ten days longer
would have seen him shot as a spy.
Aaron U. Ross, the messenger of
Wells, r'argo A Co., who several mouths
ago bad a desperate light with a band of
highwayman on thoOntral I'ueillc Rail
road, near Monullo, Nev., has received
a letter from the company enclosing a
chock for 11,000, accompanied bv airold
watch, chain, aud seal, as a tcslijuoulal.
Fnineo can put 3,000,000 armed and
trained men in tho lieltl.
The combined annual Incomo of (Jim
oral and Mrs. Grant Is estimatad at
Tho Marquis of Lorno is nearly 88
years old, and Princess Louise is just
Princess Louiso pieces out her bus
band's .!)U,UOO incomo with an income
of $:W,0D0 of her own.
The novels of Miss Evans, Mrs. South
worth and Mrs. Holmos havo Lcen
bnnishod from tho Cleveland Ptnlio
"To add ono milo an hour to tho speid
of an ocean steamer yon must almost
double your consumption of coal," sayi
an old Cuiiard commander.
Tho lion. Oliver Ames exports it
spend $400,000 in building his nev
house on Commonwealth avenue, lios
Tho Fox river region of Illinois, o!
which Elgin is tho center, is estimatoi
to produce 20,000,000 gallons of milt
A Nevada Indian has just been award
ed i?15,(KJ0 damages from tho South
ern Pacilie Railroad for the loss of
About ono soldier in cvory live on
tho frontier becomes a deserter, and
nearly one man in six of tho army as a
Hons aro now so dear that taey are
callutl brewers' diamonds, and 1150,
000 worth is not an uncommon stock
on band at a largo brewery.
Schuyler Colfax says: "It is my firm
conviction that many of the anecdotes
that aro attributed to Abraham Lincoln,
wore never uttcrud by him." i
Ex-Senator Tabor proposes to buihf
a bouse in Denver which shall rival
Vanderbilt's and the famed palaces of
California. So his new wife says.
Alexander Mitchell, the Wisconsin
railway magnate, has in bis house in
Milwaukee, probably the finest library
in the West.
The money -order system will bo ex
tended to 8:14 additional postoflices in
July next, principally in Western and
Eli Perkins says that a liar who lies
to make his fellow-men happy is a ben
efactor; but tho liar who lies to mako
the world miserable could trade seats
with tho devil and cheat him.
Pi-Sulphidcof carbon is attracting at
tention in England as a new motor. In
ventors havo been experimenting with
it for years hero, but no ono has yet
iimde it work, easy as it looks in theory.
Tbrco thousand depositors in Con
necticut savings bank have not made
inquiries about their money for twenty
years past. Tho larger part of them
will never be heard of.
Sir Charles Dilke has a framed col
lection of caricatures of himself, clipped
from the comic papers, which is already
neat ly as large as tho Disraeli cartoon
collection of l'unnh.
The courts of Arkansas havo decided
that n man who bums his own house
cannot lie punished for arson. The of
fense, to bo criminal, according to state
Kw- must be committed on tho property
of another. '
me mines ironi tnewine storcu in l ie
great wine vaults in London are so
strong that a person entering them will
Hnniediatcly become intoxicated unless
he fortifies himself beforehand with a
glass of strong wine internally.
(Jeorge Alfred Townsend (CJath) ha.
bought a house in Now York with the
irue.oiHls ol ins pen, wlncli, like a good
insbnnd, be has promptly given to hi'
wife and in which ho expects to end
bis literary days.
In every tobacco factory tit Key West
there is a "reader." Cubans cannot ta'k
without gesticulation, and in order U
keep them from talking a person is cm
ployed to read aloud to the "hands'
during working hours.
In San Francisco, owing to t'ie spring
fogs, winter rains, earthquakes nnd
danger of lire, the houses aro built, de
tached from other buildings, of the se
quoio. or red-wood tree, which burns
The waves of tho Atlantic Ocean at
tain the various heights of 24, 82 and 4:1
feet; those of tho Pacilio sometimes as
much as 32 feet high; : in tho .Mediter
ranean thev are 14$ feet, and in the
North Sea l'SJ fort. jS ..,
i Some dealer in old newspaper file
down iu Maine has discovered that the
widow Ross, of Lyman, advertisod in
thoCenm.'bunk (Wte.'May 9, 1830,
for information about her son, Charlie
Ross, who had mysteriously disap
peared. ' ' '
The Boston Sheriff who made the an
nexed remark is level-headml: ; "Many
women come to mo at the jail and want
to read and talk to the criminals; put I
tell them to go and read and talk io tho
same class that are not as yet criminals,
ami keep them from being such."j
A remarkable instance of tho ingenui
ty developed by necessity is adorned by
a convict in a Louisiana prison, who
mado a saw out of tho bucklo ot his
trousers and constructed a key from n
splinter of wood, with which ho unlock
ed the chain that bound him to the
More than half it million people aro
employed in tho coal mines of Great
Hritain, nnd last year more than n
thousand were killed in them, tho aver-
ngo of accidents being about three for.
every working day in the venr. The an
nual product is over 150,000,000 ton,
or mow than twice that of tho United
States. , j
A St. Louis juror was takm sick in
the court-room, butt was not oxcuspd.
It was mentioned by an attorney, who
said that he had tried the remedy, that
peppermint and whisky was good, and
this was ordered by the bailiff. Tfbe
juror refused to take the prescription,
saying ho had little faith in doctors, and
nono in lawyers. . t
Henry Ward lluechor says: "If yoti
want to look for heroes in our day you
must go down to the kitchen: von muni
goto tho sewing attics; you niuaigO
where persons endure everything almost
wiuioui ii motive, wiien inoy (iivldethol
nonnv with thoir DareuU. and wni-u m
through days and months ami years
aim wo in wreicncanoss ami neglect.
Major iicury Bull owns a Urge am
TUESDAY MOUNTING, JUNE 5, 1888,
very valuable lot, almost fn the oontcr
of the city of Providence, R. I., for
which no deed or title exists. It wits
purchased from the Indians by one of
his Rticestois In lii.'Jfi. It came very
near passing ont of tho possession of tho
Hulls about 100 yours ago through a
game of old sledge,
A ' Cleveland lady, who has been
mourning tint loss of u pup for some
months, met another lady in the park
the other day with the lost pug trotting
by her side, A dispute arose between
them about tho brute, which grew very
hot and attracted quite a crowd. Fin
ally, to end the mutter, the possessor of
the pup told the original owner that her
husband had given it to her as a souv
enir. The husband left for Dakota the
next morning to be gonu all summer.
A vivid impression of the sudden fury
of the Southern cyclone is conveyed by
this brief statement of Mr. 11, F. Jones,
of Menu regard, Miss., who, tho moment
ho saw the danger coming, called his
wife and little boy into the yard and
made them lie Hat on the ground, ami
grasp some small shrubs which stood
within reach: "I put ono arm around
my wife," says Mr. Jones, "while with
the other I clasped a small tree, and
made my son lie close up to me, and
then I suiil lo them, "Hold on, hold on,
for Cioil's .sake! It is for life!' and then
the wind came. There was u whirl and
a roar. I was shaken and heard tho
crash of niy falling house. An instant
and it was' over. I still held my wife
in my arms, but shewas iiiien-ihle. and
my boy was still milling cloo up to nio,
but bruised and bleeding." All 'three
escaped without serious injury, thanks
to Mr. Joue' presence of mind and the
prompt obedience of his wife and child.
Janauschek's last season opened at
Rochester, and just before tho opening
night tho agent was npproached by a
newspaper man who asked him how the
actress came to begin her season at that
place. The agent saw a chance to givo
the town a dose of "tally" and get a frco
"ad" so he extolled the town to the skies
and said Janauschck desired especially
to open her season there, as she was
very much attached to the place and its
people, and liked its beautiful situation,
streets, etc. The delighted newspaper
man asked the still more delighted agent
if ho could have an interview.This was
just what the latter wanted, and he in
troduced him to Nat Childs, the manag
er, who in turn secured for bim an in
terview with Janauschck. Tho celebrat
ed actress received him affably, and al
most the first question tho scribe asked
her was why she Bottled at Rochester as
an opening place. The good-natured
andinnocent actress threw nn her hands,
shruggod her shoulders, ami exclaimed:
"Mein Gott, vo musd oben somevare!"
There is a certain member of the
gambling fraternity of this city who is
noted for his odd shape. His body is
very small and puny, while his head is
such as a giant might have. He recent
ly had a long run of bad luck and at
last was reduced to absolute poverty.
In despair he asked a former "pal" how
he could raise some money. 1 he latter
ruminated for amomentandatlastsaid:
I'll toil ymi Yon tro un to the third
story of the house and put your hoad out
of the window, while 1 11 stand on the
sidewalk and bpt nn your weight."
A very pretty but rather eccentric
West Side young lady has taken the idea
into her head that she is much prettier
when she is asleep, and now goes about
in society with her eyes almost closed.
They have dubbed her tho "Slopping
Beauty," nnd sho likes it. In the thea
tre she can bo seen leaning back in her
seat with her eyos closed, and at parties
she goes through the quadrilles a la som
naiubula. She even carries out her idea
in church, although the practice is not
at all uncommon there.
There is hardly a more inveterate
smoker in the city than Emery A. Storrs.
The cigar is scarcelyo vcr out of his mouth,
and as ho is a great talker and teller of
stories, he uses an innumerable quan
tity of matches in relighting cigars which
have gone out during his conversations.
Somo years ago he stopped at Zach
Chandler's houso and he and tho old
war-horse were cracking jokes together
and smoking Zach's cigars. Storrs, as
is his custom, borrowed about a score of
matches during the evening to relight
his cigars until Zach exclaimed half in
earnest, "See here, Storrs, I'm perfect
ly willing to furnish tho cigars, but,
hang it all.you will ruin mo in matches."
The next morning Storrs came down
and, taking a cigar from the box, laid
down ten cents, and demanded somo
matches. Zach gave the dime to the
servant and said: "Here, get Mr Storrs
a box of matches, and when they are
done ask him for more money" Chica
On tho Portrush Railway to the Gi
ant's Causeway, in Ireland, n tram car
driven by electricity ran ten miles an
hour steadily, nnd but lhat the speed is
limited by act of Parliament could easi
ly do twenty-live miles an hour. Sixty
tons were taken "up an incline of ouo
in thirty-live." ,
Doing a Great Deal or Good.
Mr. C. Berry, nf Portland, Mo., writes: Your
HKNttY'S UAHSOLIU HALVE I do:ug a great
deal of good. Home of my friends havo been
greatly buuefltted by its use. I think it Is the best
sulvo I have ever used. Beware of counterfeits.
BAKEU'8 PAIN PAN AOK A enres pain in man
and beast. For use externally and Internal y.
DR. BOUKR'8 VKOKTABLK WORM SYRUP
Instantly destroys Worms and removes tho Hucre
tloiis wblcb cause them.
1)11. rut WITT C. KEIjLINGKR'H MNIMKST
lean Infitll'alile euro for Khuumatism, Hpralns,
Lameness and Disease of the Scalp and for pro
moling the growth of thu Hair.
Denton's Balsam cures Colds, Coughs, Rhcu.
matlsin, Kidney troubles, sic. Can b used exter
nally as a plaster,
Monday Evbnino, June 4, 1883.
The weather is hot, close nnd sultry; the
air is full of electricity and storms here or
near hero in the next 24 hours are among
The market is very dull, entirely flat In
Bonis commodities, nnd there is scarcely
enough doing in any lino to mako quota
tions. Commission merchant cau ueatiy be
compared with the boy going through a
graveyard whittling to keep bis courage
up; their line of business It at quiet aa the
graveyard. 1 ' '
FLOUR Nothing at all doing; stocks
are large and prices are nominal! un
changed, buttbero is comparatively no de
mand. HAY Plenty offering and none taken.
CORN Small stocks aad no demand.
The mills are doing comparatively nothing
and the order trade ia limited.
OATS Plenty and dull expresses tho
condition ot the market.
MEAL Quiet and dull. Prices are a
BRAN The market is bare; not enough
comes in to supply the local demand.
liUTTER-Overstocked and dull. There
is enough butter on band to supply tho
market for a month, and no demand for
any kind; 18c is an outsido figurofortbe
best and prices range down to 9 cents. But
ter can only be shipped here at present at a
loss of money to shipper and of temper to
EOGS The demand is steady and
CHICKEN The market is full stocked
and weak with lower prices.
FRUIT Strawberries find ready sale on
arrival for the city trade.
POTATOES Firm and unchanged.
Sales ana Quotations.
NOTE. The prices Bore given are for ssles from
first hands Id round lots. An advance lr
charged for broken lotsin fllllngorders.
iW various grades
a)0 hhls various grades.. .,.. ,
100 hbls fancy.
ITS bhls pstent
luo bbls choice
S OflQS S5
.. 4 Sca! 50
2 cars prime Timothy. 12 O)
II cars choice small bale H on
a car gin tuge
Scars white In balk
1 cars mixed In bulk
1 car choice In sacks 46
4 cars in hulk. ii
licarsln bulk 4l)
No. Hed, per bo 1 f3
No. i Mediteraneao 1 0
.inn hhls Cltv 1 lots S Si
200 bbls City .. 2 8)
200 sacks. ,
i0 pounds Northern 18
Sou ponuds Northern Dairy small pkga IS
StiO pounds Southern Illinois ...,n.......13S&'&
800 pounds country Ssi.12
AOO doieu . M IS
WO dozen IS
8 coops mixed S oo&s KS
6 coops hen 3 5043 75
100 c.-ates as in qua Ity ... S 00 ? 50
SO crates 0Uu,l SU
Ik) crates cherries 3 on
Northern Peach Blows per hush soaw
Southern Ills. Peach Blows per bash.... T.VtfHO
CO bbls tow potatoes, per bbl 8 1-1 75
Per c hte 4 OVaS 00
Tub-washed ir,&' S
Fine nnwastied .... 15411
Tierce . .. life
Bucket - U
Plain hams n laQlaM
8. C. Uams IH
St. Johns ft 15
Ohio Klvur 1 US
2Si bushel burlaps
5 bushel "
Peachos, halves and quarter MM ' v( ta
Choice, factory 10
Dry Flint choice "i
Dry Salt I'
Plum Uroeii M.
Sheep Pslte, dry 1"AM
Sheep Pelts, green 1V&7S
Damaged Hide . M oD
Common Lug it ?!U1 "0
Good jugs 4 Ha 6 no
..owboaf. 4 T SiC
Medium Leaf niL 7 (0
Oo 4Lef..t 7 503 D'O
KATUB Of FltlilttHT.
Oram Hay, Vloi'ir Perk
Wcwt. cwt. Vb,. Whhl.
u., luu ia DS 86
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LLINOLS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Thd Onlv Lino Kunninfj;
9 DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Connection
Train Lbati Caiho:
wo u m. iviRii,
Arriving In .Louis 1:45 a.m.: Chicago, 8 :ipm.:
Connect g at Odin and KlilLgham for Cincin
nati, L uisvllle, Indianapolis sud points Kut.
11:1 a.m. St. I,ouU und "Western,
Arriving in St. Louis 7:05 p. m., and connecting
for alf points West.
3:f3U D.iii. l''int Kinrei.
Fir St. Louis and Chicago, arriving at St. Louis
lO'lIn m and M I.. .. .... r-.W, ...
vi-wv y ... . , ..u "iv.u , . ft, all.
. 3:50 p.m. Cln'lnnnti Kipreu.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Louisville 6:55
a.m.; Indianapolis 4:05 a.m. Passengers by
this train reach the above points lis to 3t)
HOC KB In advance ol any other route.
nrTbe8:50 p. m. express has PULLMAN
SLEEPING CAR Cairo to Cleclnnati, without
changes, and through sleepers to St. Loots and
Fast Time liiapt.
PilCfcfiTirrf.l'U ,,T tlil" 1,,H po'hniupb to Pest
1 aoaililin ero points wlUiont any delay
Caused by Hunriav Intervening. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrives In mw York Monday
nornlug at 10:35. Thirty rli hours in sdvanceof
nv other route,
aST-Kor through tickets and further Information,
apply at Illinois Central Itallrfsd Pepot. Cairo.
J. II. JONES, Ticket Agent.
A.H. HANSON, Gen. Pass.Agi-tt. Chicago
AUKIVAL AND DEPAKTf
8 p. ra.
9 p. m.
4 p. m.
5 a. m.
I. C. K. It. (through lock mail)
,.11:10 a m
" (way nintl)
" (KontLern Dlv
Iron Mountain It. It
Wabash K U
Texas St. Louis h. K.. .. ....
St. Louis 4 (Mro It. K
Mies Ii Iver nrrUt-s Vs d , r-al .
" departs Wed.. Prl.
P O. gen. del. op n from
P.O. box del. oi en from ,.
,.4 30 p.m.
. .r p. m.
. .v:' p. tn.
,.iu p. m.
,.7 p. tn.
. 5 p. m.
..2 p. m.
..7: so am to 7:30 Dm
..(! a. m. to 0 p. hi.
..8a. m. to It, a m.
..8a. m, to lu:i0atn
be published from
hari-e vnnr cards ac-
Sundaj s gee . del. ot n f rem..
8nn1as b x del. open from.,
time to time lnclty papers. 11
j l ni ii i , i . m.
Mayor 1 heinai. W. Ba l:(iay.
Tw-aaorer Cbarlts F. Nellie.
Clerk Dennis. J, Foley,
Counselor Wm. B. OllVert.
Marahal-L. II. Meyers.
Attorney Wllltani Her.drVks.
' Soard or AUIB1N
first Ward-Wm.McHalr, Harry Walker.
Second Ward-Jesse Ilinkle. (J. N. Hughes,
, Third Wsrd-B. K. Blake, g ert tnilth.
Pourth Vard-Ctrle.s O. PaUcr, Adoiph Swo
boda. fifth Ward Cbas. I.aicasltr. Henry S'otif.
CI -cull Judge D.J. Haker.
Circuit Clcrk-A. H. Irvln.
County Judge J. II. Kobluson.
:l'ounty Clerk S.J. Humm.
County Tressurer Miles W, l'arke
Slu'iifT John Hodges.
Coroner K. Kltr.gerala
t!(iaatyComir.lHloners T. W. Ilslllday, J. U.
Mulcahey and Peter Sauo.
CAIRO BAPTIST. Corner Tenth and PopU
streets; preaching first and third Sundays io
each month, 11 a. m. ard 7 Mo p. in.: prayer meet
ing Thursday, 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday school. 9:80 a.m
Lev. A.. I. BBSS Pastor.
flUl'KCU OF THE RE DKKM Kit (Episcopal
; Fourteenth street; Sunday 7 ,C0 a m.. Holy
Contnunlon 10:30 a. in.. Uornltig Prayers 11 a. in.
Sunday school 3 p. m., Evening Prayers 7;io p.m
F. P. L'avenport. 8. T. B. Rector.
MUST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CIIURCH.
T Preaching at 10:30 a. a.., 3 p. m and 7:80 p, m.
.iahbatb school st 7:. TO p. tn Iter. T. J. Shores,
IUTIIERAN-Thlrteonth street; services Hab
j bath l:HO a. m.; Sunday school 2 p.m. Rev.
f ETHODIST Cor. Eight)' and Walnut streets
reaching Sablm'.h 11 :00 a. m. and 7 :30 u. tu.
-onday School at 3:00 p. m. Rev. J. A. Scarrett,
I JHKBUYTEHIAN Eighth street; preacnt.ig oa
L Sabbath at 11:00 a. u.. and 7:80p, tn.; praver
neting Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.; Sunday Scheol
it 8 p. m. Rev It. Y. 'Jeorge, pastor.
ST.JOSKPUS--,Hoinan Catholic) Corner Cross
and Walnut streets; services Sabbath 10:30a.
D.; Sunday School at 'i p. in.; Vespers 3 p. m. ; ser
rices every day it 8 a. m. Rev. O'llara, Priest.
ST. PAT!Ut'K'8-(Koman Catholic) Corner Ninth
street and Washington avminn; services Sab
oath Band 10 a. m.; Vespers 8 p. m.; Sunday School
4 p, tn. services every day at 8 a. m. Rev. Mast jners
BEFORE AND AFTER
Electric AddIIiscsi ars tent on 30 Davi1 Trill,
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLD,
WHO are stilTerlnir from Nsbvous nsniurv,
LOST VITALITY, LACK OP NKBV FoHr AND
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ef a I'SMOHAl NATt'HH n siiltlnif finm Asksks and
OTHSa CAiiass, Hiieedy relief und complete n'Bto
raMonnf HaaLTn, VimiB nnd Manhood ooaIiantkho.
The grandest discovery of the Nineteenth eeiiliiry.
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