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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 10, isS.
Whose Complexion betrays
some humiliating Imperfec
tion, whose mirror teUs you
thatVau kre Tanned, Sallow
and disfigured in count
nahe,or hare , Eruptions,
Redness, Roughness or un
wholesome tints of Complex
ion.M say use llagan's Mag
It is a delicate, harmless
and delightful article, pro
ducing the most natural ana
entrancing tints, the artifici
ality of which no observer
can detect, and which soon
becomes permanent if the
Magnolia Calni Is judiciously
No time should be lost If tbe stomach, Itvcr and
bowel are affected, to adopt Ibe ill re remedy,
Hoal. tier's Stomach Bitters. Mseases of the or
gan mined tweet others far mors serious, and a
3elv la therefore haaardnua. Dyspepsia, liver
complaint, chill and fever, early rheumatic
twinges, kidney weak ncss, brinn serious bodily
trouiiM If trilled with. Lose no time in union this
effective and safe me'iiclne.
Forsaleby all DriiBirlste and Dealers ircnerally
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Borne Stout People,. and How -They Be-
. '' .'come So. ' -
, As a jfoueral thihg women pjrow fat
quicker than tiien, possibly'nn account
of tbeir sedentary lives, althritih men,
when inclined to fatness ultituiu much
larjerprowth. vUptothe nge of forty
or thercabimt'a unless fatness is heredit
ary, and provided that a jiroiwr animint
of exercise, such as waikiug, horse-back
riding, running; or rowing is iinlul",etl
in,' both men and women, more especi
ally with the male sex, retain a rut her
natural cornnlenov. When women reach
the age of forty, however, and esiiecial
y so with those who have fulfilled their
uuty toward tno world, tliey assumo
what is termed in French embonpoint.
which, literally translated, means tine
condition. Fatness, come in what shape
it will, however, cannot fail but prove a
discomfort, accompanied, as it always
is, with slowness oi movement, short'
ness of the breath, sleepiness, ptilpita-
tion of the heart, and proneness to apo
plexy and suddeu death. An examina
tion of the police records of almost ev
ery city in this country will also show
that where one fat person falls into the
hands of the police authorities npwan
of one dozen lean persons share the
same fate. In ancient limes the Romans
and Greeks were very exacting with
their wives and daughters, and com
pelled them to keep themselves proper
ly corrected, in order that they might
Tetaln their proper shapes. Our Amer
ican girls ot the present day, notwith
standing the fact that they are very
much addicted to a too liberal use of
the corsage, and in fact, in many cases
to a superlative degree, deem it neces
sary to make use of acids in order to
prevent otmsity. If they would forego
t the use of aoetic matter and indulge in
ratioual amount of exercise they would
find it far more beneficial to the devel
opment of their forms and conducive to
health. It is a general error to suppose
that men or women of genius do tint be-
oome fat, and that all poets must ho
rt Jean and melancholy. This j a mis
take aud hundreds of chm's can be cited
against it. Hulzao was exceedingly
stout, and always hooped wiih bitml-
- asres. Jules Janin was a perfect moun
tain of flesh, and was compelled to have
bis armchairs ami bcdsteaij.4 mailu cx
, press ly tor nut use. Laojaciin was no
1 lmmcnso that, when traveling by linu of
railway, he was always charged for
t three fares. Rossini was another of the
Jumbo race of celebrities. Tlio elder
Dumas was also a fat man, though not
to oe compared, in so lar us regards
corpulency, with Junlu and Labi ache.
' Lord Myron and Eugene Sue both dread
ed their tendency to fatness, and were
known to Indulge frequently in vinegar
and lemons and other acids. The de-
fc STOMACH J ' p
votoes of tho footlights, both malo and
female, havo always fearod that their
usefulness might bo counteracted by bo
coming too fit. The late Mrs. John
Brougham was compelled to quit the
stage on account of the extra rotundity
of her form, although in her younger
days she was always selected to ropre
i nent the sylnu like characters. Pattpa
Rosa, previous to her doatb, attracted
ao much attention by her corpulency
that, notwithstanding the melodious
sweetness of her voice, her auditors were
compelled to admit that she was a "lee
tlo" too corpulent to sing of birds twit
ting at "A o'clock iu the morning."
There is no doubt that fatness can be
cured by a strict adherence to a system
of moderation in gastronomic matters,
bibulous as well, and by indulging in a
good live mile walk upon each pleasant
Say of the year.
Learn to Catch Tour Own Trout.
The labors of Scth Green, Roosevelt,
and others interested in preserving and
perpetuating our best rish, arc rapidly
restocking our trout streams, and every
farmer wuo has a running brook on his
Elace can now, at very little expense,
avo trout of his own to order. The
farmer boy looks with wondering admi
ration at tho fly-casts of his city cousin,
who has come to tho country for his
July vacation, but if ho will give a little
timo and attention, ho can very soon ac
quire the art of fly-fishing, and excel
his cousin, for he has more strength
in his arm and more endurance gen
erally. Hear what David Foster has to
It is a well established axiom that in
skillful casting lies tho chief condition
of success. "Ho can throw a good lino,"
is equivalent to assorting the proficiency
of a rodslcr, whether lio be fly, mitf
water, or bottom lishcr. The ordinary
routiue cast is the first to bo practiced
and acquired by the tyro. This is ac
complished by bringing round the rod
so as to describe a half circle from over
the left shoulder, and delivering it di
rectly over tho right, the action emanat
ing from tho wrist and elbow only. It
is a capital practice for the young stu
dent to cast upon a lawn or any closely
cut turf. Lino to the length of the rod
should first be delivcied eflicieutly and
neatly, when a hat should lie placed as
the receptaclo of the fly; after the dis
tances have been lengthened at inter
vals, a tumbler may be substituted, and
finally a small wine glass. When these
dill'urcnt exorcises have been successful
ly accomplished, with a fair length of
line, the rodster may safely try his hand
upon tho bosom of tho watery element.
Lightness and precision follow practice
Care and patience in execution are re
quired after the-rudiments of the art
have been acquired a non-observance oi
these is sure to materially interfere with
sport. Perseverance, is all very well in
its place, but when unaided by tho ex
ercise of due care and tact in presenting
the lure, it will met with small result.
The tyro should therefore practice assid
uously, ever bearing in mind that much
as he may acquire and aspire to a near
er acquaintance with tho scaly beauties,
they are coy and ungrateful. Tho in
stant they become aware of his paying
them the least attention, they move con
temptuously away; and no matter how
lovingly he drops them a line, all fur
ther correspondence is thanklessly de
clined. , It behooves him, therefore, to
keep out of sight as much as possible,
nevor allowing the sun to extend his
shadow across the stream, always also
avoiding conspicuously bright clothing;
for notwithstanding the naturalist's per
sistent assertions as tothedullnessof the
eyes of fish, owing, it is affirmed, to the
skin of the heaofcovcring the pupil of
the eye, the trout fisher knows very
well that in their own element they
habitually exorciso the most keen and
discriminating powers of vision, when
the water is clear; and any moving or
brightly-colored objects outside of it at
tract their attention. American Agri
culturist for July.
Monday Evening, July Otu, 1883.
The weather is cool and pleasant to-day
after a heavy rain on 8unday, but will
probably be as warm to-morrow as it was
before the rain.
The market is dulll for everything. The
stocks are good but very little demand.
FLOUR Dull, stocks , good but little
, HAY Wa note a fair demand for good
bay in small balos. Common is not
CORN Tho demand for corn is small,
. OATS Remain about the sanio as at
MEAL Demand fair at quotations.
BUTTR-Good fresh, butter finds
ready sale. The market is well stocked
EQOS Are dull at ten cents, the market
is well, stocked.
ClItCKENS-Fiud ready kale at quota
FRUIT There is very little moving at
present and what comes in finds ready sale
POTATOES Are dull and lower, the
markot is well stocked.
Salon and Quotations.
NOTB.-The prices hare Riveu are lor aaloa Imui
Srst hands In round lots. An advance lr
charitod for broken lotsin nulnvordiri.
2H0 bhla various (trades
-li bo&ri on
nma axira tanty ....,,
IU1UT (,.,.. M.MM.I
iw bills choice
1 catnood prlm..M.. ,,,,
Sears cholca small hale
Hears Rill edKe small bale
1 car whit tn balk,..,
6 cars mixed In bulk
' . " ' OATS.
, .. . , i t ii-
cam In ' balk , .,
No, 1 Had, uer'bi...
No. I laMlMitaeao
UK) bhlaCltv la lota.
1 car In iack.
rM) pounda choice country.... ......
ftoo pounds choice Northern dairy,
boo poundt Souteorn Ills, fresh,..,
8 coopa bent . 3 00iS
B coopi young cnicaeua
6 coopa young chickens
i, ...MM. ...,(
(M)craton hlackberrioa ...
20 cratee black raapberrlea
liKl boxes tomatoea
10 cratea cherrlea
lOcraten plume, wild 1 0W j
GO boioa apples
New potatoes per bush..
Now potatoes, per bbl ll"
Percta ' 0tt5
8. C. Bams..
... 1 (JB
5 bushel ' .
Peaches, halves and qnartor
Apples, bright 7)438
Choice navv ....
Choice medium ,
Dry Flint choice
Sheep Pelts, dry
Sheep Pelts, green
!ommon Lug ?Mt "
4 Mia 5 Of
1 Ma 7 !C
T 50 9 'f
(lor a Loaf
RATES OK FUKI011T.
v Orleans,.... 12
Helena, Ark 15V
war below Memphis, 17
A General Stampede.
Never was such a rush made for any
Drug Store as is now at Barclay Bros'
for a trial bottle of Dr. Kins' New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
A.11 persons afteuted with Asthma, lirou
chitis, Hoarseness, Severe Coughs, or any
allection ot the Throat and Lungs, cn get
a (rial bottle of this great remedy, free, by
calling at aWe Drug Store. (4)
CnEAP EXCURSION RATBS EVERY DAY DUR
INO TDK SUMMER TO SANTA FE, NEW
Santa Fe, New Mexico, is the oldest city
n the United states. It has reached the
end of Its first third of a thousand' years-
its tertio-millenial period. ThoTertid-JHil-
eimml Celebration and Mining and Indus-
rial exposition, which will be inaugurated
Uiero on the 2d of July and close on the 3d
ot August, will be an event of ureal hiato
rical as well as practical importance to tbe
country at large. It is intended to com
memorato the three hundred and thirtv
third anniversary of the Spanish settlement
or me place.
Which will constitute the practical part of
iiju ceiuoratiou, win oo an epitome of the
mineral, agricultural, horticultural, stock
and general industrial resources and cans-
bilities of the Territory. Those, therefore,
wuo are uucrcBiO'i in either mining, agri
culture or BtocK-raismg will have s cood on-
ponunny lovisimew Mexico tins season,
hb thu low tare win be a great inducement
to rnsko tno trip. 1 ha development of the
limn s oi uiiu vaw region naa but begun
yet iu tho past year the Dronorhnnmn in.
crease in the output of tire was Lnair than
in auy other State oi Territory. New Mex
ico's showing at the minim exooaitlim i.U
at Denver last season showed, more clearly
man anytning else, the vastnoss of its min
It has been tho general belief heretofore
that agriculture in New Mexico would not
pay. This is an unfortunate error. At the
exposition will be seen Samples of all sorts
of fruits and field products which vie with
those of prolific Kansas. With inieation
tho soil of the ' Territory can be made to
yield Immensely, and there li no pursuit
May Flour rr.rk
fewt. Vbhl. Xbbl.
15 25 5
I SO SO 4:
20 90 4!S
Y 82H 33 S'-'Ji
more reuiunctativu than that 1 of farming,
Agricultural products, of all kinds, bring
high prices upon a ready market, always
accessible in the growing mining towns,
and tbe cost of raising is comparatively
small. As a cattle and sheep country, too,
New Mexico cannot be surpassed. Her
valleys aud mesas afford fine grazing
grounds for countless herds, As the cele
bration at Santa Fe will be the means of
drawing a larger number of people into the
Territory than ubus.1, owing to the cheap
fare, an opportunity will be offered those
who may be interested in stock-raising
Besides the practical, the Tertio-Millenial
will embrace many features the most novel
and roniHiitic. For instance, three days
the 18th, 10th, and 20th of July will be
devoted to the presentation of historic
scenes. These will represent tho period
which bus transpired since the settlement
of tho city, each tiny to represent a century
of history and progress. The three civili
za'iiins will also be represented that
which existed at the time of the coming of
the conqueror!, that which the Spaniards
brought with them and that which followed
the American occupation of 1J40. These
representations will be illustrated by caval
cades in costume, indicative of the several
distinctive expeditious into New Mexico
and the surrounding territory. There will
also be numerous tableaux, tho whole com
bining to make one of the most novel and
interesting exhibitions ever witnessed in
this country. Then." will, in addition, be
various Indian games, races and dsm t by
the Pueblos, descendants or the ancient in
habitants of the Territory ; amhUM'&di and
sham fights by tno Zunis, with exhibitions
f their peculiar rites and ceremonies, one
oi which will bo a primitive dance rep re
senting the gods and heroes of their folk-
ire mythology; native Mexican games,
dances and juggling; original Aztec dances,
n which both Mexicans and Indians will
take part; various Mexican sports and the
grand fandango; war ami other peculiar
dances by the Mescalero and
icarilla Apaches; exhibitions by Mexican
vacqueros in throwing the lariat;
mounted tournament, in cos
tumes of three centuries ago:
the San Domingo and Ssndia feasts, and
ther peculiar and interesting ceremonies
which would take much space and time to
uockd Tiur f 40.
The rate for the round trip from Kansas
City and Atchison, including stop-off both
ways at the Las Vegas Hot springs, is only
40, while the fare from all eastern pom's
s comparatively low. The Las Vegas Hot
Springs are among tbe most celebrated in
the world, and a cool and comlortablo re
sort for the hot season. There is every in-
ucement to ko to New Mexico this sum
mer and it will be taken advantHge of by
thousands who will improve this opportun
ity to study, under the best possible con
ditions, the resources of the Territory and
nvestments, and also to enjoy for the time
tbe most quaint and romatic spot in all our
country. It is an opportunity to see the
Southwest the coming country which
ught not to be lost by any who have any
ambition to avail themselves of the un
equalled advantages there offered for en
gaging in mining, agriculture, fruit grow
ing, stock raising, or merchandise. Ihese
ow rate tickets over the Atchison, Topeka
& Santa Fe road are now on sale at Cairo
and all principal ticket offices, good to re
turn till August 31st. 627-15'i
True to Her Trust.
Too much cannot be said of tluevtr
faithful wffe and mother, constantly wateri
ng and caring for her dear ones, never neg
lecting a single duty in their behalf. When
they are assailed by disease, and the sjs
tom should have a thorough cleansing, the
stomach and bowels regulated, blood puri
fied, and malarial poison exterminated, she
must kuow that Electric Iiitturs are the only
sure remedy. They are the best and purest
medicine in the world and only cost htty
cents. Sold by Barclay Bros. (4)
Pure Cod LiverOil made from selected
ivers, on the sea-shore, by Caswell, Hazard
it Co, New York. It is absolutely pure
and sweet. Patients who have oncu taken
it prefer it to all others. Physicians have
decided it superior to any of the other oils
Chapped Hands, Face, pimples, ami
rough skin, cured by using Juniper Tar
Sosp, made by Caswell, Hazard & Oo.
New York. (2)
Chas. Reisner, East St. Louis, says:
'Brown's Iron Bitters thoroughly cured me
rjUX l'UHUIASEtt'8 NOTICE.
To Y. D. Oirner and the nnknown owners, or any
other person or T'one Imeitstod:
You are hereby imV Mud that at a sale of forfeited
real utate, In the county of Alexander ami atate of
HW"1, ncici ry tno county collector oi saiu conn-
tv, at thu miutliweotorly door of tho court house In
tho rtty of Cairo, in said connty and state, on the
17th day ofOctobur, A. D. 1MH1., the undersized,
In accordance wl h an act of the eeneral assembly
of the stale of Illinois, enilt ed "An act to amend
section 213 of nn act. entitled an art fur tbe hhsuhb
ment of uronurtv and fur Ihe levy and collection
of taxes, approved March 30th, IhVi." approve i
June 'nil, IhHI, In force July 1st, 1SS1, purchased
the following di scriber! real estate Hltunti d Iu the
county of Alexander and etnto of Illinois lor the
taxes niio anil uimad tliereon ror I lie years a. ii.
ISfW, 1S70, IK71, 1H7.', lH7:i, IS", 1H75. 1H70, IH77. IH7N,
1H79 and IHM0, together with pi'tialties and cots;
pi ii Id real ulitu buluir taxed iu tliu mime
of Y. I). Oiirner, aud having been prev
iously forfeited to the state and aflerwiirds on tint
day and war aforcnn,ld sold as forfeited proiierty,
towlt: Lota seven (7), eight (-) and nluo (11) In
block four (4), In t lie town of 'Ihubes, The time
allowod by law for thu redumption ul said real es
tate will expire on the 17th day of October, A. D.
1SKI. 11. F. HItnWN, Purchaser.
Cairo, 111., July Cth, A. 1). 1SH3.
IJJAX I'CItCHAsEK'S NOTICE.
To James Anderson, I Indues & Ovcrhy and the
unknown owners, or any omer per sou or persons
You are hereby notified Hiatal a ruin of forfeited
real estate. In the county of Alcxunder and stale
of Illinois, held by thu county collector of suld
county ul the soulhwuHcrlv door of thu court house
in tno city oi l airo, in stun county mm siaie, on
thu 17th uav or iiutnner, a, u, wi, mo minor
algnuil, In accordiinco with an act ul thu geueral
assembly of the mule of Illinois, entitled "An net
to amend section '.in oi an act eniioeu an aci lor
thu assosimunt of property aud for tho levy nnd
collection of taxes, approved March Doth, 17-!," ap
proved . lime ind 1HS1, in force di iy ist, ini . pur-
hKtil the fti llnw niri eser hut reu estlttn situated
tn the enmity of Alexander mid slat of Illinois.
r., ihn iivhm (inn anil limiaiu lliureon ini uivjini.
A. F. 1H7I). 1S71. IS7-J, "". '"it, loin, mi",
ii7 lies in ami IKSll. t-gellier Willi
n.nuiii... iafa' 1,1 real estate hoinir 'aud
Iu the namu of .lame Andorson, and Hodges
anil Overhv. ana liavinu neeii previously
f.iifnlierl in the itaU and afterwards on
hi day and year aforesaid sold aa forfeited proie
.;,.wii. 1.1,1 i.ne Mi. 1n h ock Ave h). n . 1. 1,
Ilrown's addition to tho town of Thelm, 1aed la
the name oi Juntos Aniiorsun. uiiiiwiwii
I), four (4), live (ft), si seven i ;,uigui, rit mn
ml tun 1 101,
, ill OIOCK live )t I" ! " iMuw.i i,
ailillllon to me uiwn oi i nm, i"i mo !
..r iimiuiia ami tivnrhv. The 1 1 mo allowed by law
for the redemption of said real osale will expire
on me niB a ay oi uciooer, . "- ,
B. V. HltOWN, Purchaser.
Cairo, Ills., July oth, A. U. im.
Manufacturer and Dealer In
Btb Street, between Conj'l Ave. uud Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OK AMG.NITION.
tiaftis H mlreil. All Kind ot Kevs Made.
Swift's Specific bsii been tbe means of bringing
health and happiness to tliousauds who were
pronounced lucurable of Illuod aud Skin Diseases,
HEAR THE WITNESSES!
Saved from a Horrible Death.
Upon to May last I had spent at least five hun
dred dollars lor tn aim, lit by many of the best
medical men, without anv benefit. I suffered ex
cruciatingly, and all my best friends advised me
that the Icy hand of death waa last approaching.'
I caught at 8. S S. like a drown Ilk man at a
straw. After taing two bottles 1 could feel a
chat.ge for the tinner. The sores began to din
cbaige freelv aud tbe Itln-umatlsm to abate. When
I had taken six butties every sore had b aled aud
my skin bein to assume a uatnral appesrance I
persisted until I had tak.n twelve bottles, larite
size, and THERE Ii SOT A 8YMPTOM OFT1IB
D1SKASB h KM A IN I NO, and I fell a- well as I
ever d d. I t'ave camml iwentv one pounds In
flesh, and my friends w.'itidtrat inv imp oved con
dition. I have reroninetidi d It to many, and In
every Instance witb comp ete succees. I believe
that 8. S. 8. baa saved inu from a horrible death.
t'. li. SMILKT, Qu:ncy III.
I am sure that Swift's Specific saved my life. I
waa terribly polixined with Maiaria, and was given
nptodle. Swift's Specific relieved me promptly
and entirely. I think It Is Ihe greatest remedy of
the age. C u. M Ni.'EK,
Sup . Oas Works, Itome, Oa.
Write foracopyof the little bo k Iree.
CM flfYl RtWAKD wi'l he paid 'o anv Chemist
JJl.VVV who will llnii.on "tialyslsof loibottles
8 H. 8., one particle of mercury, Iodide potasiOura
or any mineral substance.
TUE SWIFT SPKCIP1C CO..
1 . Drawer 3, Atlaota. Oa.
PORT GRAPE WINE
gpF-Es Port GRAPE WiNK I
FOUR YEA IS OLD.
THIS CKLEBKATED NATIVE WINK Is made
from the Juice of tbe Oporto Orape, raised In
this country. Its lnvaiuanie ionic ami sin;uin
enlng propertiea are unsurpasaed bv any other
Native wine. Being ihe pure Juice of the irap,
produced under Mr. sneer s own personal supervi
ion, its purity anil genuiui iieFn, are niui.uw
h'! vounesl cniia ni iy pariaKM oi u g-iirriiua
qualities, aud tne wvaaeri lUNauu use ii iu auvnu-
tage it is particularly oeneur.iai to win ageu ami
debilitated, and snit"d to the various ailments that
affect the weaker sex. It la In every respect A
WINK TO BE UBI.IEII ON.
Sneer s P. .1. Sherry.
The P. .1. KHERIt V Is a wlno of Superior Char
actur and partakes of the rich qualities of ibe grapo
from which it is made Vut Purity, Richness. Pla
voi and Medlcluul Properties. It will be found un
excelled. Speei'iS P. .). Brandy.
This nltANDY stands unrivaled In this Country
helnefar superior for medicinal purposes. It Is a
puro distillation from the grape, and contains val
uable medicinal properties. It baa a delicate fla
vor, similarto that of Ihe crapes, from which It la
distilled, and is In great rav.ir among nrt-cias
families. See that thu signature of ALFRED
KPKKK, Passaic, H. J., is over tho cork of each
Sold Bv PATJL..801-IUII
AND BY DHUOOIHTS KVERYWRKKIt.
fipMdlly mlorsd ly ba use of itf Kn TrtmU
SHamf, which effsctually eutas Merrooa IMblU
lly, Loat Tlrlllly, Prmtar Uecay, sod
all tariublM arising fanm ovsawoik and xoaiiM.
ample of VIMIna mailed it,aisled,brad.
draasug Dr. Whltller, Ifi Eaca.81.. Claeujaatf. A
Neurosono, (now Noive-Mfe, htreiiKth and
Vlgnri Ii a positive roatorutlvo for Hip Loaa of
Montv vim.Iii Vnnri(r. Middle-Aired and
old Men. im mallei' Iioni wiuiluuiioe. In Ner
vous Debility, Exhaustion, Iinpotenov,
HninlTlat WOllKniBS, llllll MIMUih liniininn,
this fct indard Remedy Is n certain cnre.iuicl
to all hiieli aiillei era, who send a atateinent pi
Ibelr troubles, a qiinntlly sndlclent to provj Its
virtue will be sent Free ofCost. Aintress,
NEUROZONE MEDICAL CO,
P.O. Box 8404. , 8t. Louie, MO.
an ,1.1,. hnm inlirntlona, ir.M.i at olhsr MSM as
at. unn.rvnt, Inw i,rltl. piijii'ially ilrslnjl.
earfbrm life's dullea l"H";r. '" "'""
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TON IIEUEDT CO- M W. 8U Ut
Thnt Kmart men an ruge no to 8 (HI per day pro
fit, soil nil thu "Pocket Manual." 'Ihumost iiurvel
:.' " Vi.i i.?: i... .... ..ne,!. Needed., endorsed
and pnr.haed by all classes; notl lug J r ) o book;
lluu ever equal lo It, Will provo It or forfeit l.i' 0.
Coinplete sample and oiilltt b c , or lull Parti
I.... '' i... .7...... n..'i .iun out aira In u III 1 volt
learn what Is Vaid or Oils hook and what others
ai MM. W. 11 TIIOMPBON, Pnbllsher. 401
Arch Street, PulUdoipma. ra. '
5 6 v';34' v'iTy? frj. t
LLCNOIH CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest' aud Quickest Route
St. Louis aud Chicago.
The Onlv Line ltunnintt;
0 DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Connection
raaiNB Laavi I'aiho:
Ii:Of a m. MhiI,
rrlvlng In St. Louis I 45 a.m.; Chicago. 0:30 p.m.:
vuuuvbiiiig i umu auu au'ligaau lor I. lucin-
natl.Lomsvllle, Indianapolis and poluts Ka.t.
11:1 . H.m. Bt. Jouiei iinct "Vr-at,rii
arriving IB bt. Louie 7 :0S p. m., and, connecting
lor an points vt est.
U.5G p.m. Kiu.t Kxpreaa.
P.rt. Louis and Chicago, arriving at St. Louis
to: 40 p.m., and 1'hlc.go 7 M a m
ii.ao p .m. Cimdnnhti Kxprnitis.
irivlng at Clnch.Latl 7:Of) a.m.; Louisville :&s
a m.; Indlauapolla 4:05 a.m. Passengers by
this train reach the above points 1 U to .'JO
UOL H8 Iu advance ol auy olher route.
tWTheir&ii p. m. exnreaa ha. Pin t van
I.KKl'INO I'AK Cairo to t'lncltnati. wlthont
hajiges, and throueh sleupara to bt Louis and
Fast Timo Kawt.
'll VPflCPl'U by ,hil ll"e K''hrongh to East.
ii.iiClln j ern puiui, without auy delay
used bv Sunday lnti-rvenliiir. Th N.nini.. .r,..
uon Uain from t'alrn arrive, tn new York lioiida
norniugat 10:ai. Thlrty-alx hours iu advance of
v other ronte,
I afKor through tickets aud further Information.
apply at Illinois Central Kallmad Depot, Cairo.
u. jumt,Tlcget Agent.
A. H. HANSON. Gen. Pa.., Agent. Chicago
H. It. TIME C'AKD AT CAIRO.
I1.LINOI8 CENTRAL R. R.
Tra.OI Depart Trains Arrive.
Mall..., H:05 a.m. tMll..., t uSa.m.
,ccom.. ....... 11 :IU a m. Kxpreas lliOa.m.
lEiprc.9,.. a :u p.m. Accom 4:15 p.m.
c. BT. L. N. o. it. it. (Jackson route).
Mall 4:45 a.m. I t Mtll ...,4:30d m.
Expreaa 10 Hja.m. Kiyres. . . , . lU:au a m .
lAccom. ...... p.m.
dt. L. c. u. k. (Narrow-r'aui'e).
Exprt-.s . 3 U)a m I Express l:5 a m.
ki.Mail....Iu:wa.m. hi. Mall...4:IOD m.
Accom liiMflp m. Accom ..2:uj p m.
6T. L. I. M. K. 11.
tKxpruss 10:30 p.m. jtExpreri.'. 2:30 p.m.
W., ST. L. P. K. K.
Mail 4 Ex 5:ie.m. I 'Mall & Ex.. Sep m.
Accom 4:i) p.m. 'Accoui U):..0 a.m.
freight.. -.7:45 a m. Freight. 0.45 p.m.
UOliILK ft OHIO K. H.
Mall 5:tta m. I Mall S:10p.m,
Bally except Hundar. t Baily.
TIM K CAltl)
ARRIVAL ANB DtPAKTlRK OF MAILS.
I. C. R. R. (through lock mail). 5 a.m.
y p. m.
t p. m.
v p. m.
I p. m.
( Southern Blv
4 30 p.m.
r p. m.
Iron Mountain R. R
V abash It R
lo p. m.
7 p. m.
5 p. m.
.' p. in.
tat. 4 .Mod.
Texas Kt. Lonls K. R...
Ht. Ixiuls it C.lro It K...
Miss blver arrives Wed.,
Kn. a Hun.
P O. gen. del. op n from...
..7: jui am to 7:30 pm
lu. hoi del. oi en from
.6 a. m. to y p. m.
Kundas itvt. del. ot en from.... 8a. m. to Iu a. m.
Sunilais' x del. open from 6 a. m. to 1il:Sllam
Hf.NOl K. Cbaoirei will te pulllsbea Irom
time to time In city papers. Charge jour cards ae-
cordluKly. VS'.M. M. MURrUY, P. M.
niyor IhomaJ. W. Ba he'ay.
rnanurer-Ci.aih V. Nulhs.
t'li rk-Ornins. J, holey.
I'liimselor Wm. B. OllberV.
Kiirsha! L. H, Meyers,
tttorney William Hendricks.
ao.HD or auianaia
Kirn Ward-Win. McHale, Harry Walker,
.-..ruiid Ward-Jesse lliuklo, C N. Uuifhes,
Third Ward-B. V. Blake, Kg ,ert hinilh.
Kourth Ward-Charles O. Patler, Adoiph 8wo-
buda. ... .
Fifth Ward Cias. Larcasisr. iienry biouv.
I'lrcult J udi;e--U. .I.Baker.
Circuit Clerk A. M. lrvln.
County Jodno J, U. Hoblnson.
County Clerk 8. J. Uumm.
County Attorney ....................
County Trcssarur Miles W. Parker.
Shcilif John Uodtr.es.
Coroner R. Kluaorald
County Commlssloners-T. W. 1 1 a 1 1 (day, J,
lolcahef and Peter Saiio.
I III liCHKh.
(AIKO BAI'TIT. uorner ieuiu ami i .iy,.,
J streets; preaching every Snnday mo njniraud
- . . . ! . . t . . t ..... I - .
nlybtat n ual houra. rrayer meet i.n neunea
day night; bunday -chooi -m. w.
(ill II Kill Ur 1U& nau.njiiiii vufii,t.i
j Knurteii.in street; Hundsy 7:X)a m,, Holy
. M ...... u.n.vutrlj , If l..,..l
Corr,munlonlO:P)a. m., MornlnK Prayers 11 a. in.
KLIiChV Si hro: 8 p. m., r.veniiiK x rarr. i ..v v.u,
V. P. raven port, 8. T. B. Rector.
IMHST MIHKIONARY BAPTIST CHUKOU.
V l'leai hli.K at l():SO a. n. 3 p. m., and T:30 p. m.
.hbbatb school at 7::W p. m Rev. T. J. Bhorea,
. s '.r
I l"l llhltAN-Thlttoeuth street; aervlcei Sab
I Imih l:Se a. m.; fluuday schooUp m. Rev.
.i ,.)ipe, past ir.
I I K I II" iUIST Cur. Klhtb and Waluut streets,
H l'ioachlii2 Sahbalh U.UJa. m. and 7:30 p.m.
ida lv;hool at d:tM) p. m. Rev. J. A, Scarrett,
I HKSBYTBKIAN Kltrhtb street; preacnlnr. on
I rialiliath at 11:0(1 a. nv. aud 7:Wp. n iPr!,e'
iieetlnu Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.! Sunday flcnaol
it 3 p. ni. Rev B. V. Ooore, pastor.
w'T.JuSltl'H H--i Human Catholic) Oornor Oroia
r mid Walnut streets; services Sabbath lO.'SOa.
n.; Hiinday fcrbool at 11 p. m.; Vesnera t P. m. ; ser
mch every day at 8 a. m. Rev. O'llara, J'rlost.
,1 PA'I KK'K'S-( Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
sireel and Washington aveune; surylcoa SaD
oii li 8 and 10 a. m. ; Vespers 3 p. m. 8nnday School
p. in. services every day at t a. m. Rev. Maaionera
WORTH SENDING FOR!
Dr. J. a BOHKNOK haa Just rubllahsd a book on
DISEASES OF THE LUNQS
m HOW TO CURE THEM
which Is offered FH K K, postps ld,to all appllnant.
Uiematilvea atlllotnd with, or Lr.ole to any dlenaiwof
tbe throat or Iuuk. Uuutlon this paper, Addrnat)
Irr. J. U. WMBNeK A NVN, Phlladflnkla, 1'a.
MIMIS if " " njluk ur Um ma itmk,