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CONVULSIONS, FALLING SICKNESS.
ST. VITUS DANCE, ALCHOHOLISM,
OPIUM EATING, SYPHILIS.
SCROFULA. KINGS EVIL,
UGLY BLOOD DISEASES, DYSPEPSIA.
KERVOIISNESS. SICK HEADACHE,
RHEUMATISM, NERVOUS WEAKNESS,
BRAIN WORRY, BLOOD SORES,
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LHjUlD OK 8NUFK.
UAVaCPVrn Atmlv by the finger
1" r Into the nostrils, it
wilt he absorbed," effectually cleansing the nasal
passages of catharrhal virus, causing health? se
cretions. It ullays Inflammation, protects the
n,e iibranal IMnga of the head from additional
colds, completely heal" the sires and rcstoros the
aecse of tasle and smell. Beneficial results are
realised by a few applications.
A THOHOUUfl TREATMENT WILL CI' lift
Uncqualcd for Cold In the Head, Headacha and
nearness, or any ama 01 mucous memnranai irrim
tion. bend for circular. By mall, prepaid 50 c,
package stamps received. Sold by all whole
sale and retail druggists.
ELY'SCREAMBAI.MCO..Owego, N. T.
PORT GRAPE WINE
Spf.ek's Pokt'Qrapk Vink !
v FOUR YF.ARS OLD.
THIS CELERUATED NATIVK WINE la made
from tho liilcn of the Ouorto Mratic. inland In
this country. Its Invaluable tonic and airem-th
iiroiieruen are uiiaiiriiussea ny any-oin
are uiiaiirwissed hv anvjithor
ing i he imre Intro of the (Irane,
proaucca unoer air. spoor a own personal supcrvi
sion, Ha purity anil geuutnr uokh, are guaranteed
Thiyotinest child mi y parUkn of Its gensrous
qnallties, and the wetikeM Invalid iiko it to advan
tage. It l particularly beneficial lo tho aged and
debilitated, and uited tu tho various ailments that
affect the weaker sex. It is (n every respect A
WISE TO 11 K HEM El) ON.
Speer's V. J. Sherry.
The P. J.81IKHUV Ins wine or Superior Char
actur and partakes of the rich qnalilleeof the xrape
from which It is niniln For I'urlty, Hlchness, Kla
voi and Medicinal Properties. Il will be fonnd un
Sneer's P. J. Brandy.
This I! KAN I) V utauds nnrlvalcd In this Country
helugfar superior for medicinal purposes. It Ik a
puredlstlllMtlon from thegrupe, and contains val
uable medicinal properties. It has a delicate fla
vor, similar to that of the grapep, from which It In
distilled, and is In great fuv.ir among flrst-claas
famillts. See that the aignature of At.FHKI)
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A Birtial Defeat
"Aro voti lliu limn who mtiil I oweil
everybody ami jutid notto?" tloniitiidcil
aliuli' uiiiiKif it very tullniic, niitlicyinot
on a Hilton terry limit yi'sioniny.
"Wasu't it I nil!?" nkcil t ! lull man,
laconicr-liy. Uon l you owe every
body who will trust you. inul imvo you
jiiiid mo ihu ten tliillurs 1 loam'ii you
'Hut t lint ilou'lsay I can't pay!"
prowled tin1 lilllt! man, scrino; tlmi tim
hi oim diil i) t weaken. "Tins way I
lu tird It, vou aalil l tiouliln I pay, unt
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Hint in nun nv.
I lion t believe. (UI (till JiHV ft cent
on tin- dollar! retorted H1U Ml niau
I can't, can't I?" roared tlie lit lies
num. (inrai'i'il lievund his helf-eontrol by
tho coolncHd of lil.s untaonist. "l'vo
cot friends I have, and don't you forget
itl I can borrow money enough in an
hour lo get nut of debt in a minute!
And tho big man walked away, whllo
th bystanders Mulled miftly at bis ile
Pbllttdoltihlii'i city Hull hits ulrcndv
cost t'J.WW.OiHJ. U in estimated that
10,000,000 will be needed tocomjilutolt
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WHEN rORTUNE FROWNED.
But if you were to loose your fortune,
Evelyn? There is nothing on earth
more uncertain than riches, 'for they
take to themselves wings and Hy away;'
and once bereft of fortune, do you be
lieve that Arthur Dnrley would retain
tho name sentirf.ients for you as now,
when you are' surrounded by all that
wcnltli can furnish to make life pleas
ant?" Evelyn Archer shrugged her graceful
"Dear me, Aunt Emma," she cried
carelessly, "I do not pretend to say;
but I believe that Mr. Darley's regard
for mo is based upon something more
substantial than my fortune."
"I trust so, Evio;' returned Mrs. Har
wood kindly. "Perhaps I am prejudic
ed ngaiust him, and besides, I do so
wish that you could care for Lawrence
Evelyn's fair face grew crimson.
Sho bent her head to remove a knot
from tho embroidery-silk with which
sho was assiduously embroidering scar
let poppies upon a velvet cushion, and
mane tio reply.
"Ho is so noblo and upright," con
tinued her aunt, "and
"So poor!" sneered Evelyn.
"Yes. dear, he is poor; but with his
talents, in his profession, there is room
for him to rise, and I believe ho will.
There is no doubt of his ultimate suc
cess. Evelyn, if Lawrenco Lyell asks
you to be his wife, aro you going to ve
fuso him?" ' "
"I have done so already, Aunt Em
ma.", returned the girl coldly, "lie
did me tho honor to ask nio tho mo
mentous question last night at Mrs.
Leo's reception, and I gavo him his
Mrs. Harwood lookod grave, but was
too wise to venture any further reiuon
straneos. Just then the door-bell rang,
and Mr. Parley was announced.
Evelyn, looking very protty in her
dress of gray silk, with pink roses in
her golden hair, ; flitted downstairs to
the drawing-room to receive him.
When sho returned, a splendid dia
mond glittered upon tho forefinger of
her left hand.
"Yes, auntie," sho cried gaily in re
sponse to her aunt's questioning glance;
"the die is cast! I am betrothed to Ar
"I pray God that you may never re
gret it," relumed her aunt, as sho kiss
ed the girl tondcrly.
Evelyn was an orphan, and Mrs. Hat
wood, her dead mother's only sister,
was her truest friend.
They lived in the same house, and
both were fortunate in possessing a largo'
share of this world's goods; and Mrs.
Harwood, being a childless widow,
looked upon her niece as her own
Time passed. Arthur Parley was eve;
at the side of his botrothed wife; but
Lawrence Lyell, the handsome young
lawyer, who had made an impression
upon the hearts of one-half the young
ladies in the town, had disappeared,
and no one scorned to know whither be
One morning, when Evelyn came
down to breakfast with her aunt in the
cosy breakfast-room, sho found Mrs.
Harwood there Iwforo her, pale and anx
ious, with a telegram in her hand. She
glanced up as Evelyn entered, and the
piteous look on her white faco went
straight to tho girl's heart.
"(rood Heaveus, auntie!" she cried,
springing forward, "what has happen
Mrs. Harwood pointodto tho chair at
"Sit down, dear, and drink a little
coffee," she said. "There, that is right,"
as Evelyn obeyed her, and swallowed
tho contents of a tiny egg-shell cup.
"Now listen. You aro stronger, and
can bear it butter. Evie, we are ruined.
The N Bank has suspended, and
you know the oonsequcnoos to us."
Evelvn Archer's face grew slowly pal
lid. Yes, she know too well ; for all her
own fortune, as well as her aunt's was
invested In stocks and actual deposit
in that Institution. Tho houso they
lived in must bo sold to pay debts which
had carelessly allowod to accumulate,
and ruin stared them in the faco.
We pass over the trying scenes which
followod. Even Jcwols and wardrobe
were sacrificed, and with tho small sum
of money loft themaftorthe catastrophe,
Evelyn and Mrs. Harwood rented a
small cottage, and applied for music
scholars; for out of the general wreck
Evelyn had managed to savo her piano,
that with it sho might be able to earn
enough to keep thom from actual star
vation. All this tuno sh had not heard a
word from her brtrothed husband,
though he was In tewn, and of course
knew all that had occurred, and the
fearful reverse which had coiuo to the
So, stung by his neglect, at last Evelyn
wrote him a cold note, and enclosing
the engagement-ring, told him that ho
He made no objection, offered no re
monstrance, ami Mie knew him at last
for Urn fortune-hunter that he really
Pld her thoughts over revert to tho
man whom she had rejected for tho sako
oi Arinur uarioyp
Yes, she thought of him constantly,
ana as the uays went by Kite irrailually
crow to analyse her own foelintrs, uml
, to know at lout that her heart had gone
CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNINU, JUNE
over into tho keeping of Lawrenco
Sho knew not if ho were living or
Time passed. Winter canio cruel,
relentless winter and Mrs. Harwood
and her niece begun lo. know the mean
ing of tho dread word poverty.
One by Olio the mUsic 'Scholars drop
ped olT, and one day tho two women
woko to the awful truth that they were
So Eyelyn sacrlliced her grand piano,
and on tlie proceeds they managed to
struggle along for a time: ' Then Mrs.
Harwood fell 111, and it seemed to
Evelyn as though God had forgotten
She sought for work any honest em
ployment -sought early and late, heart
sick, and almost longing to die.
One day she ascended tho marble steps
of an elegant mansion, and ringing tho
bell, asked to seo tho mistress of the
house. For sho had determined to beg
for assistance rather than see her aunt
The footman eyed her suspiciously
for a moment, then, inviting her into
the hall, went in quest of the lady.
A footfall on the marble iloor made
Evelyn gl since up, and sho saw coming
towards her-could it bo possible?
All the blood forsook her faco us ho
gazed upon her with incredulous won
dur; then he sprang forward and ex
tended his hand.
"Miss Archer!" he exclaimed, "this is
indeed a surprise."
Before she could frame a reply the
"Mrs. Lyell says that sho will seo
you," ho announced briefly. Evelyn's
heart beat fast and furious, and then
sunk like a stono in her breast.
Mrs. Lyell! Then of course he was
married; some heiress probably, for the
houso was superb. Marriedand God
help her! sho loved him with all her
heart. In that moment of suffering
Evelyn Archer realised tho meaning of
the word retribution.
Sho stood unablo to speak then. Mr.
Lyell led her into a pretty rose-colored
boudoir, be held her hands fast in his,
and gazed tenderly into her face.
"Evelyn!" ho cried, "what is wrong?
I have just returned from the country,
where I have made my home. l ain
with my brother and his wife, this is
their house, and oh, Evelyn, my dar
ling!" For she had burst into a Hood of tears,
with her head upon his shoulder.
So it all came out right after all. Of
course Fvelyn marrieilLawrence Lyell,
and they took Mrs. Harwood to their
elegant home; for Lawrence had inhei
ited a largo fortune, and was more
wealthy now than Evelyn herself had
Learning to Swim.
The greatest difficulty to the beginner
is to learn to keep tho proper position
of tho body after attaining it. This dif
ficulty can only be overcome by usinr
the proper stroko after having placed
tho body in the correct position.
In the use of tho arms, tho only direc
tion that can bo given is to remember
that, when tho arms aro thrust forward
at the beginning of tho stroke, such po
sition of the elbows and hands should be
taken as will make tho least resistance
to the water. To accomplish this, tho
hands should he placed palm to palm
and the elbows made to come close to
gether, striking them from under the
chest. In making the effective part of
the stroke, our object is to get a for
ward motion only. Tho anus and hands
should be so placed as to produce the
greatest resistance upon tho water. To
accomplish this, tho palms of tho hands
hould be thrown outward and the
plane ot the direction of the stroke of
the arms made parallel to the surface of
The most important and the most
often defective point in swimming is
the mode of using tho legs. It would
be well for a beginner to observe tho
swimming of a frog, for undoubtedly
the same method of using the legs
should be adapted by man as is dis
played in the model swimming of that
In analyzing the stroke of the frog, we
notice that thero is no vortical motion;
the wholo direction of the force is in a
plane exactly horizontal, and is accom-
juisiieii by virtually opening and clos
ing the space between the knees offer
ing the solo of the foot as a resistance
w hile kicking, and placing the feet in a
position of least resistance while recov
ering. In accomplishing the first of these
rr.Mil!lli,.d llin nimntnM HnJ train.V r,f
,.,; (Will V
the siiaee between llin tnnp the knees
should be thrown out, and the con
traction of the legs made slowly, in
order to cause as little resistance as
possible to the headway already at
It will lie fnniiil I lint if urn nltarnittn
the stroko of tho arms and legs by giv
ing propulsion with one while recover
ing with the other, a far more constant
buoyancy will be attained, and, for long
swims, it will bo found far less fatigu
ing. ropulur Science Montfdy.
Pew drops is do tears ob night.
lt'a trv'm' tni lm liilnuilnni : s,,-
vernation dat makes a liar outcn manv
Pe appetite ob man an' de vanity ob
woman, is what keens dn wml.l'.
t- - i - a null?
I has looked uroun' considerable an1
I doan know ob anything dat km smell
whs uen (ie corpse on a lish.
It ain't do pusson what bows low, dat
a i. uiivmi iiuiti nie.su Jo snake is all
ho is R"mU ' I,ttWd' l'0W pizon
Now an' den yer sees a dog what
looks as dough he s got a groat Jeal ob
ue nun ii.ioui mm, out yer mos). oft
sees do man what acks as doutru
he s got a great deal ob do dog about
hint. Arkcinxaw Traveler.
A Oloso Call,
i i... i.. i... i . .
a young inn,) mm n narrow eseapo
nt. ii lire in New York n f.w ..i..i....
since. About half of her back hair'vvas
burned. i-oriunaioiy she was not In
ill. i linililinir ill. t.lio t.imiv linvi., ....
I,,... .illine hnlv iinil loft tlin Ii. ...... ... i..
v. . - - - - ."nun "illy
half an hour before the firo broko out.
. wt it
Among Storm Clouds.
The writer was one of a half dozen
persons who took refuge ono Sunday
evening in a Utile observatory on Look
out Mountain Point during a fearful
storm. Entranced with tho scenery
east of tho mountain, and part of tho
time shut off by tho wooded summit from
a glance nt the west, a hideous storm
cloud had gathered unobserved by us,
and wasnishingits frightful proportions
toward our place of refuse. It was rol
ling on with awful rapidity. Wo could
not retrace our footsteps' and eseapo.
Our only bone for shelter was In the ob
servatory. AVo entered. Just think of
it! Six 'persons seeking safety from a
storm in a small Klx'-'O frame house
which stands right ou the vergo of a
tireeiiiicn 200 feet high. Oh, Heaven!
how I shuddered and shrunk down with
horror when I glanced at tho coming
tornado through one w indow, thr-n cross
ed the room toauotherand looked down,
down, through the tops of trees to the
foot of that mighty precipice nnd con
templated being overturned by the ra
Thunder pealed terrific blast after
blast, until tho hugh rocks beneath us
seemed to quiver at the grating sound.
In another moment the cloud swept
over the mountain beyond and tho val
ley beneath, then around the brow of
Lookout, below our refuge, llko a vast
unpent ocean. The forests bowed bo
fore it. Tho rumbling, crashing, roar
ing din sounded like an avalanche of
worlds. For awhile we were literally
above tho storm, but tho clouds at lengt h
gushed around the observatory, tilling
our room full of dense vapors through
a broken window, nnd death to our en
tire party seemed inevitable. The wind
howled about us and lashed our frail re
fuge with brush, huge limbs, sticks and
other things which it hurled up from
the west side of tho mountain. Gale
after gale struck tho building, and hard
er and harder each dashed, until the
creakimi timbers seemed to portend our
early plunging, house and all, two thou
sand feet down through the mighty,
convulsed ocean of cloud and air.
The fierce, raging storm gradually
ceased, and just at sunset, though the
rain still poured, wo started down to
tho city. For a half mile along
the mountain top we drove through
clouds which seemed to us to be fairly
melting Into shectsof water. A Woman
A Young Lady on Mustaches.
You may ridicule a man's nose, hit
hair, his eyes, his- dross, but when yot
touch his mustache, he is "right there.''
He thinks more of it than a mother doe
of her wayward child, and often there
is, to the disinterested observer, just
about as much to be admired in the oni
as the other.
When in the company of young men,
I have seen them caress their deal
mustaches, and the poor articles looker
so weak and fragile that I positively
trembled lest they should wear them oul
before the evening was over.
As the pampered and petted child ol
wealth often presents a puny appear
ance, so tho petted idol a young man'?
Binbition is many times but a sickly
growth. 1 have often thought that if
Nature ever feels ashamed of any ol
her efforts, she must blush to seo some
of the mustaches of to-day. They
seem liko a faint suggestion of a hope
beyond, but, alas! that hope is nevei
realized, and yet the universal senti
"Cut. nff my mustHrhe! O, ye ir'i'N!
I'd nil her lose my head, by odds."
Tiiuhsuat Evening, Junk 28, 1883.
The weather has made a clean score ol
cool days since tho beginning of the week,
and hits been showery as April.
1 be river is large but is not on a boom
ami will not go higher than it is now which
is 14 feet below the line of February.
The market is nearly uon est. Transac
tions are very small and prices hold about
the same or lower.
FLOUR Easy, dull and unchrmged,
Stocks are ample for the demand.
HAY Pull and unchanged. Plenty of
fering and no buyers.
CORN Pull and unchanged, very little
iu market and no demand.
OATS Pull and unchanged. Plenty
arrives and sales aro few.
MEAL Pull and unchanged. Very few
orders come in.
BRAN Quiet and easy st quotations.
BUTTER We note a fair inquiry for
choice, fresh receipts at quotations.
EGGS The supply is small and demand
CHICKENS-Scare and in good re
FRUIT Berries are dragging a little
and the market is fairly supplied.
POTATOES Easy and unchanged.
Salets and Quotations.
NOTE. The prlcus ncre aivuu are lor sales from
first hands In round lots. An advance It)
charged for broken lotsin nillnaorrier.
nOO hbls various grades.
200 hbls cstra fancy
....4 0'a 00
lofrl hbls ramtiv
100 bb!e choice r.
. -I .. T! ... ,.41,,.
1 car r.iuu iiiiMMuj
2 oars choice small bales..
1 car giludtfo
1 oar white tn built..
1 car mixed tn bulk.
1 car in bulk..
1 car id bulk....
W U K AT.
No. 8 Red, per bit 1 ,m
No. it Modlteraueau 1 00
um bhla (Mtv In lots 3 ttOfi-i (ft
100 bbla City 60
1 car In lacka.
BUTT K H,
o"i0 pounds choice country m 1:)IH
MSI noDiida choice Northern dairy liViMU
tvov pounds ttoatesra Ills, fresb 710
IV HI ilo.en.
Laigc cbolca . IS 00
Sma 1 . . U W
cooi hens a noaa as
IU cnniia ynurg chickens H 00
It coops young chlckeus 8 SSfr'i 60
(i crates M ills) red rascbirrlni 1 00
:) crates hlockberrles (0
III rrnteib ucK rusphurrtel 8 01
us noxea i imaliit'S , ... &0(VT5
OcrHtos rhi-rrles ' t 00
in cratwt plum J 00
ou nnxes apple . , tOi75
Northern Peach Blow per hush 1 OOill 10
Southern Ilia, Peach Blows per bush Votil'.'S
Mjiuiur. per DUI ,., J DO
Pur cmte 4 0aS Oo
Tub-washod '.aft' I
Flue unwashed ISalg
II ill f do 114
8. C. llama Ii
Clear sides M
shoulders ... 8
II ami none
St. Johns ' 15
Ohio River . 1 Ut
I bushel burlaps,
.a . - . . a
Peaches, halves and quarters fftS
Apples, bright "ii8
Choice navy ....
onmce moaitiru ,
CHE Kb E.
Choice, " Factory in
lb . it
Calf, Oreo ii
Dry Flint choice...
Hheup Pelts, dry ..
Sheep Pelts. L-reeli.
Damaged Hides. ...
, 4 ft3 t, is
4 Vikl " '
, 1 kt 7 ,'C
, 7 Ml fC
Oo 4 Leaf
RATES OK FHBIOIIT.
Gram Hay Floift Pi rk
Vcwt. Wcwt. V bhl. bbl.
Men milt ViSi IS 25
.v Orleans,.. I'J'k VI7S 'ii H7Jf
Helena, Ark I.'iK i!0 SO 4.'i
Vlcksburu 1SVJ 20 SO 4.')
Wa ueiow Memphis. 17'i ittH 3)
THE GREAT GERMAN
Kellevefl anrl cores
II i in uhk; TOOTHACHE,
Sortneti, Cull, Bruises,
III H.Vtt, M ALUM,
And all other bodily aches
FIFTT CENTS BOTTLE.
Hold hy all DniRSists and
Itvnlera. I HrecUoua lu 11
The Charles A. Vogeler Co.
Hulllmoi'O, Hd, I'.. A,
I have known and watched the use of Swift's
Knnriflr. for river flit v vuars. and have never known
or heard of a failure to cure Blood Poison when
preperly taken I used It on my servants from
lsno to istir. as did also a number of my neighbors,
and in every case that came within my knowledge
It fleeted a cure, tn all my Ufa I have never known
a remedy that would so fully accomplish what It la
recommended to ao.
II. 1j. UtfNMAKU.rerry, us.
I have known and ued Swift's Specific for mnro
thun twenty years, and havo scon more wonderful
results from Its use than from any remedy In or
out of tlia i'harmscnprcia. it is a c nam ana saie
ant dote to all aorta or moon roison
J. DICKSON SMITH, M.D.
Tho Great Drue House of Chicago.
Wo do not hesitate to say that for a year past
wo havo sold more of HwitVs Hpeclflc (H. 8.H.)
than all other Hlood Purifiers comb ned, and with
moat astonishing results. One gentleman who
usul half ii doKim bin ties says that It has done him
more good than treat meut which cost hi in i I. mm.
Another who 1ms used It for a Hcrofulous afnlctlon
reports a permanent cure irom us hub.
VAN 8I1AACK, STEVENSON Jk CO
lem i.n .,..1.1 in un nhnmlal who will And. nn an
alyalsnf 100 bottles H. 8. 8 ., on particle of Mer
CUry. 10(1 UO roiassnim, or anv mineral rniiniuici
THE SWIFT HI'KCIKIO CO.,
Drawer ii, Atlanta, ua.
IWWrtto for tho little book, which will be
Price: Hmall sire, l.00 per bottle. Largs else
(holding double quantity), ii.iBDottie. ah vru
gists sell It.
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St. louis and Chicago.
The Onlv .Line Running
Q PAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Connkotioh
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Arriving Id St. Louis t:46 a.m.: Chicago, 8:30 p.m.:!
Connecting at Uuin and Kffingham ror Ctncln 1
natl, Loniavllle, Indianapolis and points Bast.
St. I.ouIh and
Arriving in 8t. Loula 7:05 p. m., and connecting
lorau poiuia nest.
3:BO p.m. Kiisit KxprM.f.
F r St. Louis and Chicago, arrtviug at HI, Louli
10:40 p.m., and Chicago :ao a m
IIHO p in. Cincinnati K p r .
Arriving at Cluciuiali 7:00 a.m.; Louisville H:M
a.m.; Indianapolis 4:u6 a.m. Passengers hy
Ibis train reach lb above points ly to .'Itl
tioUHtt lo advance ol any other route.
trI'heS:S0 D. m. emress has Pl.'Ll.M AN
hLHEPlNO CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
changes, and through sleepers to bt. l.ouls and
Fast Time Ka.st.
Passengers 5' th',.,""e K.,hhi2?hJ. f ::
I r"ul" " i vaauu v muj UDItT I
ctoted by Hundar lntenrenlu. The Huturday trier-
ooon train from Cairo arrirea lo new York Monday
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apply at Illinois Central Hal '.road Depot. Cairo.
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A.H. HANS05.0en. Pass. Agent. Chicago
It. U. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. K.
Trains Depart. Trains Arrive.
Mall ,...S:Uo a m
Express 11 Mil a.m.
Aecnni 4-tr, n rn
Accom It .III a m
tExpresa. : :u p. in
C. ST. L.
N. o. It. it. t Jackson route).
I tMail .....4:3lip B.
I Knpreaa ... 10: a.m.
I Express 1 :1A a is
Ex. Mall. ..MOp in
Accom 2:H) p m.
I. M. R. II.
I tExiiress 2:40 p.m.
A P. K. It.
I 'Mall A Ex.. 0 Slip m.
Arcirn (l::-u a.m.
tExprcaa HI :lo m.
I Accom i .yi p m.
ST. L. A C. R. It.
ExDr.-sa t -M a in
Kx. AMail... )u:ia m.
Arcom... I-:1 5 o ni
ST. L. &
W., ST. I..
t Bipresi. . ..
Mall A Ex.
:4S a m
Kreinht. G 41 p.m.
Multll.K 4 OHiu ...
Mall 5:Ma rniltr
:iu K m"
Daily except SuiJaT' v-ially.
R. R. (through lock mall). r a. m.
' (way mall)
' (Southern Dlv
4 30 p.m.
r. p. m.
2:o p. m.
to p. m.
Iron Mountain R. R
Wabash II. R
9 p. m.
Texaa it St. Louis H. H...
6 a. m.
4 p. m.
St. i.OUlS at Cairo K. It 5 p
....2 p. m.
MUi Blver arrives Wed
, sat. at Mod.
departs Wed., Frl. Hnn.
P O. gcu. del. op' n from 7:30 am to7:M pm
P.O. box del. oi cr from 8 a.m. to9p m.
Handera gen . de'.. open from.. . 8 a. ni. lo lu a. m.
Sunriata box del. open from. ...IS a. m. to 10:30 am
rNOTK.-ChanL.'ia will he pulllshed from
time to time In city papers. ( hant'e your cards ac
cordingly. WM. M. ML'HPUY, P. M.
Vayor T bnmaa. W. Ua lir'ay.
Treasurer Cdailis F. Nellie,
Clerk Dtnnls. J. roicy.
Contistlor Wm. B. Gilbert.
Marshal L. H. Meyers,
Atlorney William Hendricks.
SOAHD OP ILDIRatN
Klrnt Ward-Wm. Jlcllale, Harry Walker.
Second Ward-Jessu Huikle.C. N. Hughes.
Third Ward-B. F. Blake, h guert Smith.
Fourth Ward Charles O. Patter, Adoiuh 8wo-
fifth Ward Ct-as. Lancastrr, Henry S'ont.
Circuit Judge O.J. Baker.
Circuit Clerk A. H. lrvln.
County Judge J, U. Holilnson.
County (Hera S.J. llumm.
County Treasurtr Miles W. Parke
Slieilll John Hodges.
Coroner H. Klmgerald
County CommlssloniirsT. W. llalllday, J. II,
Mulcahey and Peter Sauo.
CAIRO BAPTIST. Corner Tenth and Poplar
streets; preaching first and third Sundays lu
caih mouth, 11 a. ra. and 7::t0 p. m.t prayer meet
lug Thursday, 7:3" p. ni. ; Sunday scliool, :H(l a.m.
Ruv. A. J. HESS Pastor.
Ull ltCU OF THE REDEEM EH (Eplicopal
J Konrtnenth street; Sunday 7:00 a m., Holy
Conimunlou 10:S0 a. m., Morning Prayers 11 a. in.
Sunday schoolSp. m., Evening Prayers 7:'4U p. m
F. P. I'uvenport, 8. T. B. .Rector.
1.1 UKT MISSIONARY' BAPTIST CHURCH.-.
V Prearhlnu at 10:S a. n.., 3 p. m and 7:30 p. m.
arlitmth school st " -M) p. m Hey. T. J. Shores,
;i. 8 or
I UTHKRAN-Thirtoenth atreet; servli.es Sab
1 4 bath 1 : 3i a. m.; Snuday school 2 p. ni. Rot.
M K'I'HODIST-Cor, Eighth and Walnnt streets,
,VI Preaching Sabbath 11:00 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
ti inlay School at 3:00 p. to. Rev. J. A. Scarrett,
I ) RKSBYTEHI AN Eighth slroot; preacnlng on
I Sabbath at, 11:00 a. nv. and 7:30 p. m.; prayer
neetlnu Wednesday at 7:3') p.m.; Sunday acheol
it 3 p. m. Rev B. V. Uiiorge, pastor.
jT, JOSEPH'S (Roman Catholic) Corner Cross
O and Walnut streets; servlcos Sabbath 10:80a.
n.; Sunday School at ( p. m.; Vespers 3 p. m. ; ser
ru es every day at 8 a. m. Rev. O'Hiira, Priest.
T. PATRICK'S (Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
a street and Washington avenue; aervlces Sab
nalh Band 10 a.m.; Vespers 8 p. m.; Sunday School
p, m. services every day at ft a. m. Rev. Masloiiorj
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