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In Sight of the Callows.
An octoroon imncj W. II. Fink, who
wasscntencedtoboliHiii'il (or a double
murder at Fort Sipith, Ark., recently,
addressed tbo court us follows;
"May It please the conrt: I know not
which weighs the most ujwm mo won
der or grief. Both weigh liuavily upon
me. I must tirut call to mind tha occa
sion forwhich I am railed upon tomake
my appearance before the court to-day.
This to mc is lunst solemn aud serious.
It is at tho sadness of duath itself
death which, in a hriej while, will come
to mo with sickle nnJ terror. Alas!
alas! fur such unlucky stars that learn
ed at my birth. ' But I am not possessed
of that obstinate stubbornness charac
teristic of one who is about to haro sen
tenco of death passed upon hiiu, or,
mora generally speaking, a hardened
criminal. Duin .truly, sensible of tho
singulur and serious position 'in which I
am placed, I cannot help but shudder,
and I must say that these are tho sad
dest moments of my life.'
"Uauth is the destiny of all men; and,
being a debt of nature which must bo
paid, I do not fear to meet it in its nat
ural form. But I shudder I foar the
best of us do so', to dio a disgraceful and
ignominious death. .-1 do not make this
talk an effort to save my life. It is an
efl'ojt to seek justice and to save the rep
utation of my family, whose honor is
dearer to me than my life. For what is
life? It is but a vapor; it appears but
a little while and then it vanisheth
away. It is but a spark struck out of
nothingness and expires In darkness.
Nay, it is but a Hash out of darkness,
soon again to return. As tho old Siaxon
imagination pictured it, it is 'like the
swift flight of a bird from the night with
out, through a lighted chamber filled
with guests, heated with the breath of
passion, back into the cold night again.'
Tho strange- uncertainty of life is but a
mock theme of pathos. No description
can touch all the sorrowful tenderness
which death in mo excites, now become
so tragic and so bitter. Oh, ignominy!
thou art far more bitter to me than the
gall which Socrates drank. It is not
death I fear; it is the form of death
its ignominy and tho Bhamo of the cal
lows. Under my prosont circumstances
I can but till my mind with the gloomy
images of death, and so torment the
present by apprehensions of the future.
"nut religion does not countenance
any such morbid anxiety. She comes
bearing in her hands the flowers of
hope, and, like the angel which she is,
whispers of the crucified Christ: "He is
risen.' Tho star of hope that first
beamed upon men like mo shone from
the murderer's dying faith, as he hung
upou tha cross, a champion in death
with Christ, ami that same star of hope
palters its rays in my heart. Yet I find
it hard to banish the -dread events from
me. Yet why so? I have ahvavs hoen
honest, nud stand guiltless to-day of tho
crimes for which I am about to be. sen
tenced. I stand hero aud "boldlySiay,
and with a clear conscience, that I did
not kill -those two men. If I speak
falsely, miserable or happy "souls, who
ever you arc, make ymir appcaranceup
ou the threshold of this room and cry out,
'Thou liest!' And from you (addressing
tho Judge) whose duty it is tube tender
as well ns just, I ask all clemency you
give. Ami now farewell, earth, made
wet with tears and blood, farewell to
my enemies, farewell. Timo's brief
work in tho face of eternity, a ray of
celestial joy falls upon me and takes
away ever fijar, aud I know how easy it
is to die."
Tho effect on the Judge and audience
was marked. Tho prisoner was impas
sioned in his utterance, and was moro
than ever pathetic and touching.
A Loaded Clothes-Line,
Lately, somebody has been burglin"
our chicken-coop, and pa loaded an ol3
musket with rock suit, and said he
would fill the fellow full of salt if he
caught him, and while they were talk
ing up stairs ma heard a rooster suuawk.
and ho went to tho stairway aud told
Eia there was somebody in tho hen-bousc.
'a Jumped up ami told some visitors to
follow him, and they would see a man
running down the afley, full of salt, and
be rushed out with the gun, and tho
crowd followed him. I'a is shorter than
the rest, and he passed under the first
wire clothes-lino in the yard all right,
and was going for the "hen-house on a
ump, when his neck caught the second
wire clothes-lino just as the visitors
.taught their nocks under tho other wire.
Vou know how a wire, hittinga man on
the throat, will semi him back, head
iver appetite. Well, sir, I was lookin"
9ut of the back window, and I wouldn't
be positive, but I think they all turned
ioublo back somersaults, und struck on
iheir ears. Anyway, pa til. and tho
Kn must hnve been cocked, or it struck
j hammer on a stone, for it went off,
and it was pointed towards the house!
and three of tho visitors got salted. I
mpooso when you shoot a man with
talt, it smarts, fikewhen you get corned
beef brine on your chapped hands
They all yelled, aud pa seemed to have
oeen knocked silly, soma way, for ho
Eranced around and seemed to think he
ad killed them. Ho sworo at the wiro
jlothcs-liuc, and then I missed pa and
oeard a splash like when you throw a
sat in tho river, and then I thought of
(he cistern, and I went down and wo
took pa by the collar and pulled him
'Hit. Oh, lie was awful damp. No sir,
it was no duel at all, but a uaxidont,
And I didn't have limbing to do with It,
WIT AND HUMPH
Some may write poetry and paiut
plaques, but the world must also have
those who will dig and raise potatoes.
The potato people. ar most useful.
A Suggestion: -lf-tfe originals can
Hot; be induced to poe for the purpose
how would It do to shoot the Indians
and hereafter model cigar signs from
dudes? ((i ,Vij , , ,
"With watchman on all sides." the
New York burglars break into safes und
help themselves io the contents. Thus
far they have stolon none of tha watch
men, but much apprehensiou is felt
"I was drunk when I married hor.V
pleaded the defendant to tho court.
"Most men are who marry pretty wives,"
returned tho judge,, "Beauty is always
Baby nudges his mother's elbow.
"Mamma, stop Tolo from killing tho tly
on the window." "What for? ' "Be
cause I want to kill him myself."
Woman s dress is said by London Truth
to be threatened "with a terrible clum
siness." Doubtless, though, husbands
will have to bo more agile than ever in
skirmishing around to pay for it.
Now that Arthur Sullivan is knighted
we shall expect no moro musical works
from him, for the good book tells us
that when tho knight cometh no man
"Mr. Isaacs, can you tolo me vere vas
tho first diamond?" "No, Mr. Yaw
cobs: vere vas it?" "Vy, Noah's son
on der ark; he vas a Shorn of dor fust
Joseph Cook has written au article ou
tobacco, but fails to teach tho secret of
carrying cigars in the vest pookot in
such a mauner that one's friends can
not detect them.
"Do you see that young man going
along there?" "Yes; what of it?" "He's
got girl on the brain." "Ah; judging
from his appearance the girl must have
,a soft sit.
At a breakfast the other morning a
New York dude declined a piece of shad.
Ho had been told that fish food made
brain, and ho didn't want to unfit him
self for the position he occupied in so
ciety. It has been said that on founding a
colony, the first thing a Spaniard does
is to build a gallows, a Portugues to
build a church, an Englishman a drink-ing-booth,
and a Frenchman a dancing
It has beun discovered that one cause
of the popularity of the tolophono con
sists in tho fact that by means of it a
man can talk with a friend five min
utes without asking him to take a
Tho Philadelphia News defines the
difference between a newspaper man
and a journalist. A newspaper man is
one who has been writing editorials for
twenty years. A journalist is one who
began polico reporting, two weeks ago.
"I wil lovo you always," said a
young man to the girl whoso hands ho
clasjmd. ''1 will lovo you when you are
om. .vtfuiwiu you love mo wtion l m
fat," she said. "That's tho question."
A Cincinnati paper says the audienco
crew enthusiastic over a pasteboard liou
that did duty in ono of the Roman plays
last week.'" 'This lion probably looked
loniething liko a goat, and was mistaken
for a bock-bcer sign.
It is said by soniobody that the poli
test man in Dos Moines is a gentleman
who nut a telephone in at his homo a
fow days ago, ' nnd who has called tho
contra! office up regularly every nighl
sineo to bid tho operators "good night"
"Was tho alderman drunk?" asks an
exchange, in giving an account of the
Actions of one of those interesting per
sonages. Well, wo can't exactly say,
but we should think he was old-a-niaa
snough to know better than to do such
"I have been married now," boasted
a prosy old fellow,, vmore than thirty
rears, and have never given my wife a
cross word." That's because you never
dared, uncle," said a little nephew who
lived with them. "If you had, auntie
would have made you jump." .
Omaha wonders why she can't pro
duce a great actor or poet, and then
turns around and tells of a citizen fall
ing beneath a wagon, loaded with two
tons of stone and uaving a wheel pass
over his head without cracking his skull.
Detroit Free Press.
"Here you, didn't you road the sign
'It isagainsttho rule to smoke in these
cars.'?" "Yes,. J read your blamed old
sign ami I hnve not broken your rule yet.
I'm smoking in the singular number in
this one car just now. When I smoko
in 'these cars' then it will bo time for
you to talk." Texas Sitings.
A cat hasnine lives. But that doesn't
enable you to comprehend how you can
hear her, or him, as the case may be,
spit and souall and yell in fifteen dffier-
ent places on four shed roofs and two
fences at the same time. Alas, how
weak and vain a thing is science, after
all! Uurlington lfawkeye,
"hen wero the.se mr-s boiled?" ask
ed a man of a negro lunch dealer. "Di
mawnin , sati." "Wei . then, thev r-
no account. I can't cat an egg thai,
hasn't been boiled several davs." "Oh.
does ycr mean when da was fust biled?
Ua was biled fus las week, an was
only biled olier dis mawnin', sab."
The other day on an Arkansas rail
road, an old gentleman sat, half asleep,
with a book ontiUod "The Train Rob
bers'' lying on his lap. Pretty soon he
sank to sleep. Tho windowna.su fell
with a loud report, and the old man,
upringing to his feet and throwing up
his hands, exclaimed, "Gentleman, I
haven't got a cent."
A colored brother In this city, when
qnostionnd recently with regard to tho
spiritual condition of his church, spoke
most enthusiastically of its growth.
"Had any conversions?" -continued the
interrogator. "Better than that, better
nwiu nun,, reniinu me orotiier; "since
our now minister began preaching for
us all ! tho disinfected ones aro coming
;The stage board looks as much like a
beard that grow there as a cow' til
would if tied to the bronze doc on tho
i mm pore n. unen you tie a heavy
black bearu on a young actor whose
whole soul would be churuod up if he
CAIRO BULLETIN : THURSDAY MOIIN'IN'H, JUNE
smoked a full-fledged cigar, ho looks
about as savago as a howl of mush and
milk strucK with a club. Montana
Ho was a five-year-old grandson of
the author of "Uncle Tom's Cabin,"
aud he was swingiug on" a neighbor's
front gate. "Willio," said his mother,
"Mr. Smith doesn't liko to have anyone
iwlng on bis gnte," "I don't 'care for
Mr. Smith," was tho reply,' "nor for his
ox. nor his ass, nor anything that ishis."
"Willio," again said his mother, "do
you know wlio wrote those words you
used?" "No." said Wille, "I d'uo;
s'pect it was tJrnn'ina Slowo, though."
It was at theCataract House in Sioux
Falls on Monday. A specimen son of
tho Emerald Islo was ushered iuto. tho
dining-room at the din nor hour and the
polite steward took hold of the back of
(he chair to push it into place. Tho
guest looked around suspiciously for a
minute, and then said loud enough to
bo heard all over tiio room: "By tho
liowly Moses, if yez jerk that chair from
under me, I'll knock the whole top of
ycr head off of yez."
It is a littlo out of season, perhaps,
out the story is quite as good. An old
and well-known auctionees in a New
Kngland city was driving by a group of
jchool-boys one day, when he received
a thump from a snowball just back of
his ear. Reining in his horse, ho turned
nliout, and addressed them: "I'll give
f 1 to any one who will tell the name of
the hoy who threw that snowball." Tho
response came from the urchins spon;
taueously: j'One, give me two!" "One
I'm offered, givo me a half. One I'm
nid, who'll make it three-eighths?" He
drove on without any more ceremony.
how to tjtit Jjveu on a Horea Trade,
A good tale is told of "Uncle John"
Harrison, the venerable Count Assis
sor. Some time ago he strolled into Ltim
Simons' sale stable on Market street,
and his attention was attracted to a
fiue-looking animal, apparently about 7
or 8 years of age, but in fact over 40.
Sho hadn't a tooth in her head, and
had to be fed on mush. Unelo John
sized her up from tho background,
and asked Lunn what ho would take for
"Seventy dollars, even money," re
plied Lunn rather unconcernedly.
"I'll give you twenty-two," said Uncle
"It's a go," replied Lund; "give mo
the money," and Undo John counted
out twenty-two hurd slugs into the palm
of Luiu's hand. Tho animal was back
ed out of the stall, tied to the hind end
of Uncle John's buggy, and the old
gentleman drove out home, chuckling
to himself about the good trade ho had
made. Arriving at homo he gave orders
that tho mare bo well fed and properly
attended to, but the old animal appear
ed to have lost her appetite by reason
of the cliango in her quarters, and the
food that was put iu her trough remain
ed untouched. For several days she
ate nothing at all, and Uncle John con
cluded to investigate tho cause. He
pried open her jaws, aud then for the
first time discovered she had no teeth.
Thoroughly enraged, ho drove to town
and called upon Cum Simons. "What
kind of a mare do you call
that thing you sold me tho other
dn, ?" said he, addressing himself to
"Why, that's a splendid animal, Uncle
John," replied tho sleek horse-trader.
"I paid $0 for her."
"But she ain't got any teeth."
"That don't make any difference. All
you've got to do is to feed her with a
. "Oh, yes; 1 sc. Well, I'll fix her,"
said Uncle John, and with that he re
turned home. About two weeks later
he called at the stable ngain and exhib
ited a roll of greenbacks.
. "Where'd 3 ou get it?" asked Lum.
"You know that mare you sold me?
Well, she strayed out on tho railroad
truck a few nights ago, and was run
over and killed. The company's agent
appraised her at $75 and they settled
wiih me for 10. They never thought
to look ut. her mouth." I'm just $18
ahead of the gaiuo. If you've got any
more like her at the same price, trot
The story is told on Uncle John, bow
ever, that he took the animal out ,and
tied her to a cross-tit) just before tho
train came along, and tho "boys" say
that Dart of the halter was found tied to
tho ties, but this Undo John most em
phatically denies. Louisville. Commcr
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Headacha, Toothache,
Mor ThroHl. NnrlllitK. Nritlm, llrul.
Hum. N-nlla. l-'rul II Ilea,
tsn a 1.1. in 11 mi iutini.tr I'WMt ami iiir.s.
Sold by Urunifl.1. u J I'-.lcr. vKrvHlieie, 1 4l Cuu a bolMt.
lilt:ll'li lu II I.iik:i.i.,
TIIE IMIII.i: A. VWI.I I.MI Mi
... -.-. v. . Miiia.n.. Hi., l,a, A
Hlmp on lUMIrtay Avenue, bdwi-im rVurtb and
Hlith htr.iuu, C'Hlro, Illlti.tU
ttTAII kind el light ml heavy lilaekimliUliiir.
K..n and carriage work none In the m "t wo t
manlike mauii.r. Hore-hoeliIR a enecialtv and
latifactlonk-uaraijteud. "i'ciauy anu
llii'tetter' Stomach UlU'm mivt Iho rcqulre-mt-n'i-i'f
the mtliiniil nii illi fil plivl onophy which
al p (ill 1 - miM. It t a purfcfly puru veijuta
bin ri'iiu-uV. a-inhrii.;lnji the llime impertant prop
etil el a preventive, a t;nl- and au nlteralive.
It roil:li'f the IxmIv miHiu I. iiUi'UKe, Invigorate
ml ruwiall.e the torpid atomnrli t ml liver, aud
elTcciii a m uliiry rhinci! In the rutin' ayauni.
KorRli' hy all Druu.'isla nml DenU-rx kfeuerallv .
OUGHT TO KNOW.
There exists a means of so
curing 11 .soil and brilliant
Coinilexion, no matter how
poor it may naturally be.
Jiagan's Mairuolia Halm Is a
delicate and harmless urti
cle, vhicli instantly removes
Freckles, Tan, Redness,
Iloiiffhiiess, Eruptions, Vul
gar Flushings, etc., etc. So
delicate and natural aro its
effects that its uso is not
suspected by anybody.
0 lady has the rtaht to
present a disfigured face iu
society when the Magnolia
Balm is'sold by ull druggists
for 75 cents.
1 1 riiio
Hat Ynunir Men. Middl
I X who autler from early
I I I1 lJ X hu luflnr from early
II I ll lj indiKreUona will tlnd
w Allfn Brain Kood the
moat powerful Invigorant ever introduced;
onoe rumored by it there la no roliiM. Try
it: it never faila. tl: 8 for S. At Dtuk-
iat. or by mail frum Allen I'liarmacy,
by mail trum Allen J'harmacy,
A venn e.
I Di ll Thaffloryof a man I
I I l M" V1 nl trewrth. If yon
I I fill ,re weakuned dowa
I I IB thrnngli aicnaaiva
oretiona, Allon'n Brain l'xxl will perma
nently reetore all lout vigor, anil ntrenicthen
all the iiintcleaof brain and Ifcity. $ .6fnr
if s. At lT'iKmL, or by mail from Allen
LTUKKit, or by mail irom Allen
cy, 316 lat
1 1 1 Of th many rema
III HI J V" die before the publlo
I I aTlM a'or 'Nrvoua Debility
I 1 I ! 1 1 and neaknesaof Nervs
"'"'' W (.enerativ Wytm,
there In none equal to Allen Drain Food,
which promptly and permanently rentore.
all lot vitfnr; it never fail, tl pkit ,6for
V At Drugsieti, or by mail from Allen'
- BRAIN FOOD
I HIIIA 1
i For von yr Allen'
III all 71V Drain Kood ha. ato
I I I" I a tn "trongont teat a
I I I II to ila uiurila in curing
a Korvouanuia, Nervoul
Debilltv. and reatnrinr lot nowrr to the
weakened ttenerativa Svatem, and, In no
instance, haaitover failed; teat It. fl;6for
V A t DruKiiinta, or by mail from Allen'.
UruKKinti, or by mail from Allen t
cy, J16 lit I
Ave n ue,
New York I
1 1 1 " Mono ana In eorpore
III SI J v" no;" "A aound mind
I I Hla In a aound body" It the
III 11 U trada mark of Allen'
mm I w Urain Kuod. and w na
ture our readers that, If din-nti-iled with
either waknM of Drain or bodily power.
Una remdy will permanently .irongthen
both, tl. At DniKKinta, or ly mail from
1 1 CW'Q
. natronanet, iervrmt
' ueoiiity, nouraigia,
. Nervona Shock, Ht. VI-
II i.tt iu.u..i-
w and all dieae of
Narv Oenerstlve Organa. are all perma
nently and radically cured by Allau'n Drain
Kood, the great hotanlral remedy, f I pkg.,
6 for y.l At Oruggiau, or by mall from
oy, am lat
a i inn
I I I 111 A Allen', raln Food
I I RIIV1 bntanleal eitraot
I I I- A trengthn the Hrain
llll Jnd potitively our el
W rvoua Doblllty, Ner
eonaneaa, Ilaadaahe, unnatural loaana, and
all weakneaaof OenerativnNyatemi It never
fall. 1 pkg e for ft -At lrugglata. or
by mall from Allen' I'liartnaey, alA Flrat
pi fk javniaeaan.rmrMnaltyand
I I BII'Haaainn bring Mao.
I I HIM klnd numlinrlnaa all-
Klmenla. foremnat among
Ttlioin are llrvnullla,
Narvnua Dnblllty and unnatural wnaknoaa
of tloni.riiuva Urganat Allen llratn 1'uod
uooeaafully nveruoun llieae trouble and
re.tore. tha tn iTarer to hla fommr vigor, I ,
- rrain rnnn
cy,8l UtaWIII llll WaV
W MW W
I have kiiowu and watchvd the imu uf Shift's
Mmh'IIIp. lor vur llltv viara, aliil have never krown
or heard nfu failure to cur hlnod fnlion wlu'D
irimurlv takun. I iikuiI it un tnv aervantH from
IH.'.o to ihiITi, a did alau a liuinlii r of my uelu'lihor.
aul in -very raau that came within niy knowledge
it flucli"! a cure. Iu all my life I have nuvrr known
arume.ly iln would io fully uecorup'trb vt liui It It
rtcnniliii'niltMl to do.
It. L. UKNNA UD.I'erry, Oa,
1 tiavo known and u-t'd Swift' Hueclflc for more
Hi, m twenty yi-are, and have aeon more wonderful
reaulta from It uae thau front any remedy in or
nut of the rhammuopujia, It la a c rlaln and afe
ubtldotu to all aorta or blood roieo"
J. DICKSON SMITH, M. I).
The (ii tat Drnz lluu.se of Chic ago.
We do not healtate to r-av that for a year paat
we have anld more of Swift' Hpeclflc (8.8.8.)
ta n all other Itiuod Purifier enmb nud, and with
inc:t aetoiilHlilug reeull. una xeutlenian woo
u (I half a dozen bnitU-a raya that It haa done bltn
more good than trt-Htnu'iit which coat him ll.tAJO.
Aiiothur who baa need it for a Hcrofulout affliction
report a periiiaiienl cure from Ita im.i.
VAN .SIIAACK, yi'EVKNSON A CO.
. 1 1 ho mid to anv Chomlat who will And, on an-
alyale of lnu hottlo. S. 8 8 , one particle of Mer
cury, Iodide l'otna-ium. or any mineral aubrance.
THE SWIKT HeKCIl If t'O,,
Drawer it, Atlanta, (ia.
t-W'rlie f.r the little honk, which will be
I'rlce: Smnll elzii. W'.ui pur bottle. Laree Uu
(holilibg double quantity), rl 75 hotilu. )Ali Drug-
liintK m;1I It.
SPKKK'S I'OKT (jPAPK "WNE !
FOUU YEAhS OLD
f pilIS CKI.KllltATKI) SATIVKWINB 1 male
A from the Juice of the Oporto tric, raited In
till. couM'y. Ita Invalunbio tniilr and ttrenirth
i nlnis prnptirt ea ere uuturtitaai-d hv any other
ftative v inc. li-liiK in pure juice hi ii a.iapv.
produced niidi-r Mr. Speer own puraunul eupervi
aion, it ii u r 1 1 v ami Kt'imiut nea, are lMiarauteed
Th'! voiiueat child tn iy partake of ll generou
qunlltiee, and tlie wenkcl nivalin uao it toanvun
tiL'e It la tmrlirularlv beiiefli lal to '.he aired and
il' liillliiti'il, and "intcd t ihe tarinua ailtnont" that
HfTi-et tlm weaker ten. It linecry rvtpvctA
yr; tu hk i(Ei.ir.n
Sneer's J .1. Sherry.
The V J. ISIIKKUV la a wmo of Superior C'l
nclcr und i artiikea ol the rich guahtiea ol tno kl
from which ll la made Kor I'urlly, Ulchnoa. I
o nnd Mnllr.liml rropiTiiea. ii will be luqnd
Sneer's P. .1. ..randy.
Thi r. HANDY HtHiida nnriraicd In thl Country
leliiL'far enio ricr for iiieilii-lnal purpoaet. It la a
puri'diatillat Ion Irn'ii tin' cr.ipe. and rnnialne val
liable incilli lnal nroneriii". It haa a delicate fla
vor. "Im'lnrto llial of iho zrapea, from which It l
(llttillfd. and i in un-iit favir amouif flrt-'laa
fiitnlliia. net- tliut. the eieniture of AIKHKIt
KI'KK.It. raatalf, is. J., :t over tho cork of -euro
Sold J?v PAUL SCI I Ull
AM) BY DKUGOISTS EVKRYWHKRE.
' . ' .1.1 .i .
WORTH SENDING FORI
lr. J, IXKUHUKCKhiM jiiat pubUahed a book on
DISEASES OF THE LUNGS
m HOW TO CURE THEM
winch (a offered FHEK. pnatpa d.toall apicantai
Itonntallirt vtti'i'th't M."rmofic for..llwhuHr.poiai
tlinuiai lvi " afllirt"d with, or ';- oletn any dlM-Aaanf
the tlinwtor lunmi. Meiitl.m ilna patwr. Aildrw
Ur. J. II. Mt'lll.N'tli A -ON, I'hlladelphlK, fa.
IOCUW 1 ko i vln i-('i.-Aor Warauia Ouak.
Electric Appllancct art lent on 30 Days' Trial,
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNQ OR OLD,
WHO aro aulTerlng from Nanvou Priimtt,
l.oai ViT.n.irv, i.ai k or Snitv Foai-g ,nd
' Tiuna, WjaTiNO WtaKNtahK, and all tliimaillaeaafia
rral'HioioNAL Naiih reaultiinr from Ani-aa and
4 itiikr i'i'Ka. Hi 'Iv ii lli f und roinplet rat).
ration of HiiAi.Tn.V niDiiiitid M an noon i iuaraktkkd.
The iri'iindi'i't. iliceovrrv of the Nuietfenth t'enlnry,
tk-nd at onca f..r Ilium I'.iUxl I'ainplilet frue. Aihlrtua
VOLTAIC CELT CO., MHHtU, MICH.
An iho ehn frnm twllwrttlaii, ir.M". nr other outM lata
W.k, uinnrvi'd, Inw ilrli."l, I'liyaieallv dralneH, au uoabla M
tiarihrm lir'a il.h.a urnei'rlv. ean hm ei-rlatalr an eafaaa-
Baatly ourwt, olilnea atonia. ri nintirinw. Kmlorawl bydoatar.
felalaiari anit lli. pre", Thi Knlle.1 Matl .aril hTb.M
awlmw enara anirt ofoanain r.amrailnn lo full aid mm
lUaaanhonil. Hrnii'l. ir.-"'lla, ol.aiily, el.awt. VmA
lMkra.il.'. cimnnimlnn ti ihrWn fr.a.
MAiUTOrt ltl'.HU:OY OC W, lUk It, bw tajik
tpttdlly rMleartHl by th ut of llfaHn Trtmh
mint, which rreclually our Nervona Dbll.
Ity, Vol Tlrlllly, 1'romt.tar !, and
aUlanuMM rttlupt faoin ovwok and xMMt.
Itaaaipto mt Viaalla malltd thm, wmUm,1
imbi p. Wkiwur, irt sm,di.i ciMiBottr.
11 11 1 IJllIll. J.J I I 111 IJ
r '7r.?Vr;r;vv v
5 CVrhrl w
5 &AwifAM2 2
z '&S&JltitiiX.Jii .".t .
7. f DR. 'm
I BEfORE AND AFTER 1
LLINOIH CEKTItAL R. R.
Shortest aud Quickest Route
St: Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv .Lino Hunnin
O DAILY TRAINS
Making Dikkot Connection
riuiMi Liavi Cairo:
Arriving In Ht Louie I 4r a.m.; Chicago, B;80 p.m.;
Oonnectlng at Odin and KfflnKbam for CUicto-
nan, Lonnvme, inaiaaapoita and point Eaat.
11:1 H.m. Ht. J.ouIh nnd W-tern
arriving in Ht. I.oula 1M p. m,, and connectlni
Itri Mil .w.M'V CI.
:j:OU p.m. .Flint Kxpreas.
Fir St. l.ouli and fhlcao, airlving at St. Loul
in: ei p.m., ana v.dicl'o , :v a m
H:50 p.m. Cin-innnti Kiprfee,
Arriving at OlncLnatl T:00 a.m.; Louiivlila 0:W
a.m.; luuianapon i io a.m. l'aaaeiier by
thi train reach the above poluta to lUi
liuLltb In advance ol any other route.
ty-Th8:W) p. m. exprea bat PUI-LMAN
M.hKi'lNU CAR t'airo to Cincinnati, without
ehanKet, and through deeper to bt, Loul and
Fast Timo Kast.
l')lPTltrfru b' Ibiallne goihrou((h to Eat.
1 ClOOCiltakVi '7 .rn flfiifkla wlthnnl ,, Am
cauaed by Sunday intervenlnit. Tha Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrive In Dew York Motidar
nornlnx at 1U:S5. Tblrty-alx hour in advance ol
nv other route,
ft-nr-ITn lh.nl.nti IVut l. flLlku. I . f. . -
, J . v. ,.. . v. ii MKvir buu , ... in,., iuiui IU.UUH,
ApplT t IlUnoli Central lullroad Upui, Cairo.
T tl iflVVU TI....I t..unt
v -a . vvtvuni a itavi akvuh
A. H. SANSON. Qen . Pat. A-ent. Chicago
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
1LI.I.N0I8 CENTHAI, U. H
Train Depart. Tralna Arrive
Mail - t:0S a.m. I
tecum. 11:10 am
Mail . :05a m.
Exprt-aa 11 MDa.m.
Accom ......4 p.m.
C. KT. LAN. O. H. K. (JatksoU fdUtt).
Mall 4:tt a.m. 1 1 Mall ... 4:tup m.
Exprea lU.Hia.m. Kipre.s ... lij:),m.
lAccom 4 V) p.m.
eT. L & c. ll. It. (Nnrrow-cauireK
LRxprcp IMm Etpreaa l :H a m.
l-.x. A nail... lo:ia m. fcx. Mall. ..4:10n m.
Uii'Mp m. Accom S:uu p.m.
ST. I.. & I. M. It. ll.
.10:311 p.m. tExpren. 2:30 p.m.
MT., BT. 1. 4 P. B. R.
,.5:(0a.m. I .Mall A Ex.. S SOp m.
,.4:i) p.m. Acco-n 1(1 ::-o a.m.
..'M am. I Freight 6 45 p.m.
MiUIII.E 4 OHIO K. It.
Mail A Ex...
,.r,:K a m. Mall.
Daily except Sunday, t Dally.
DKPAHTL HE OK MAILS.
Arr at I Ik-p're
I fro PO
d p. m.
0 p. m.
9 p. ni.
4 p. m.
I. C. K. .(throut:h lock mall), n a. m.
" (way mall). 4 30 p.m.
(southern Dlv. is p. m.
Iron Mountain H. K..
Wabaah It. K
Texaa A 8t. I.oiila K. K.
ht. Loul Si t'. tro it. K .
in p. m.
? p. ra
& p. m.
2 p. m.
Mia Liver arrlvea Wed
hut. A .Mon
denartt Wed.. Krl. t Hun.
P (. cen. del. op n from 7:30 am to 7:30 pm
P.O. box del. oi en from Ha. m. lollp in.
undajt koc . del. open from.. . Sa. m. to loa m,
fiumlava box did. open from.... a. ni. to 10:3iiam
ttySl R.-Chtni: will be puMlaht-d from
time to time In city paper. hance vour tarda ac
cording. WM. M. ML'Ul'llY, P. M.
Mayor 1 knroa W. Ha 1 fay.
Vreaaurer C'narl- K, Nellia.
(.'ierk Dennie. J, Koiey. '
Cotintelor Wm. B. Illlbert.
Marahal L. II. Meyera,
attorney- William ller.drlcat.
BOA III. or ALDIKatlN
rirtt Ward-Win. Mc Bale, Hurry Walker.
Herond Ward-Jei-ee ilmkle, f. fi. HDtl.ea.
Third Ward-B. F". Itlakn, r- crt hmllh.
fourth Ward Chariot O. Patter, Adoipb 8wo
bda. fifth Ward CI. a. Lancaalrr. Henry Stont.
Circuit J udfe I). .1. linker.
Circuit Clerk-A. ii . Irvln,
t niiniy J ii dc;e J. II. hobliixon.
County Clerk . J. Ilumni.
County Treaaurer Milet Vi , Parke
tilmilll .lohn Hoduet.
( nriiiser K. Kltxcerald
County Commiaaloneri! T. W. llalllday, J.
Mulcahey and Peter isauo.
CAIKU BAPTIST. Coruor Tenth and I'oplr
alrcett; preachiDK first and third Sunda;. i in
.ach month, 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. m.: prayer meet
I n it '1 tnirtday, 7:30p. m. ; Sunday ncliool, b:8U a.tu.
Key. A. .1. I1KSS Paator.
tlll'ilCll OF TIIK HEDKKMKK (.Kplecnpal
j Kourleeiilb ttreetj Sunday Jt.U m.. Holy
Con tnunlnn lOi.'KI a. in.. l riilu Ptayerp 11 t. in.
funriay i M'Ol S p. m., Kvenlnr; I'rr.yert 7:' p. in
F. P. l;v npott, 8. T. H. Hector.
l.-lliST MISSIONAKY HAPTIST CliritCn.
X Preaihtnijat 10:30 a. n.,,3 p, m., and 7:80 p. m.
abheth tchool tt 7:B0 p. m Hev. T. J. Shore,
I I'THKHAN Thirteenth utreet; tervltc Sah
J 4 bath 1 :30 a. m. j Hunday tchool p m. Iter.
K nappe, puat.ir.
E'rilUDlST-Cor. Eighth and W'alunt etreelt,
.. i.!..- u.l.l..k ll. no. . fc.iAV.UOn. m.
Tl i reae.lllllK nreuoni,, ua. r. .
imday Kc.hool at d:(Hl p. m. Hev. i. A. Hcarrett,
I(KK11YTKKIAN-Klitith alroet; preacnwi on
J Sabbath at 11:00 a. in. and 7 : p. m. ; prayer
n eettni! Wednetday at 7:8') p. m.; Hnoday School
at ll p. ni. Hev U. V. Ooor.e, paator.
t''l . .IOSKP1I S-dloinaii Catholic) Comer CrnM
and Walnut ttreetti aenlcea Sabbath 10:SHa.
ii. i Sunday School at 8 p. ni. I Vctper 3 p. m. ;er.
ire over; day at 8 a m. Hev. O'llura, Prlett.
CT. PATKICK'H-(ltonian Catholic) Corner Ninth
k ttr.:et and Watlilnttton avenue; tervlco Sab
nalh 8 and 10 . m. ; Veapert 8 p.m. i (In r :b;ol
i p. ni. eervlnot every day at 8 a.m. lley. Miwt n.eis
That attiarl e on avirace) l'1-1"'1?,8 P'ny 1ro
fit, anil iiB tho "Poekot Mntnil." 'I hitmoal liurvel
loiia little volume ever Ml-ed. Needed, endortud
and pori-hated hy all clntKot; nothiliti In tho book
line ever equal to it. Will prove It or forfeit $5 o.
Conipleto eaniplu and omul 5 c , or lull parti
cultra foratamp. Don't iart out aualn until you
loam what laaald of this honk and what other
re dolnir. W. II. THOMPSON, Pnbllther, 401
Arch Street, Philadelphia. I'a, apro-Sm