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THE DAILY CAIRO llULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 17, 1SS3.
The Daily Bulletin.
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Publisher nd Proprietor.
HIS BABY WAS DEAD.
Tl, v conductor had been laying
off for a ftw days, on account of bick
Bt3 at homo, but one day he appeared
on his train, looking pale, and the
brakenian who had run with him for
vnerc l-nniv ihrt conductor's milld WSS
awav at the bedside of his sick baby.
W'ith mineh in hand, and his heart in
Ma tVmmt tlm coiuliirtor entered the
mnL-ino- rnr. nild ftid. "Tickets," in
. Ht l 1 hkp hi usual sound, it
was more liU an appeal to liU Heaven
ly Father to watch over the b;ily at
home. Four drummers were sitting to
gether in two seats, all rood friends of
the conductor, and as ho took their
thousand mile tickets to punch, one
;,! old man vuu were til) late last
nirht Hwaru of the wine cud." and
t,rUnMipd. and the conductor tried to
nmHt hut he couldn't.
Another drummer who had traveled
with the conductor for years, and loved
him as a brother, thinking he was a lit
tle off, said, "O, boys, wait till be poos
thrnueh the train and collects a few
cash fares, and ho will brighten up,
Then I will tell him the last story," and
thev all lauched at their old friend, and
he punched the last of their tickets and
went on with a forced smile, and as a
tear drop rolled down his dark cheek
the boys thought he bad a cinder in his
The last drummer slapped him on the
arm and said, "come back soon to your
own chickabiddy." and as ho went out
of tho car a laush arose, and ho stood
on tho Dlatform a minute because ho
felt faint, and then entered the other
car. He knew almost every passenger,
and on any other day he would have
been proud to have thorn speak to him
as they did, and chaff and joke, but that
dav every word seemed to be a bullet.
lie was present in body, but his mind
was far away, and when'he put a check
in the band of a lady's turban hat, in
stead of putting it on tho window, and
she blushed, and the passengers laugh
ed, tbey thought be did it for a joke, but
it was because he did not know what he
was doing, his mind being with tho sick
babv at home.
He hurried along; and a lady with a
little three year old girl was next, a
child just tho age of his sick one. The
mother had thought it would please the
conductor to lot tho child hand the tick
et to him. and the little one had the
ticket in its fat hand, and was shrink
ing back behind the mamma, trying to
muster up courage to hand the ticket to
the big conductor, who had often held
ber iu his lap when she was on his train,
when he would laugh so hearty that the
child would be surprised, and he would
tll her of his little baby at home.
The child peeked around matirna's
should and saw the conductor before
be saw her, and he looked so changed
and tad that the little one opened ber
eyes in wonder, and handed Up the tick
et carefully as, though he would bite,
and when ho saw her he almost fainted,
and when she said, "where Voor baby,"
he thought his heart would jump out ol
his breast The tears run, . down his
face and he whispered, "she may body
ing now," and as bo went out . on the
platform at a station, he felt that it
would almost be a mercy II the train
would run over him.
He went in tho car and finished his
work, and returned to the smoker and
sat down in the end seat, then got ner
vous and went in the baggage car, pus-
sing the large-hearted drummers, who
were full of fun and wanted him to lie,
and they said, "conic, old boy, sit down
here and have a smoke," but he said in
a husky voice that ho hadn't time, and
as he went out the door lie braced up
enough to turn and smile at tho boss
through tho window mid throw a kiss at
them, hecau.ie he uhIii t want thfm to
think he would go back entirely on old
friend-, but when he got in the bafgage
car and sat down in a chair, he looked
like a man that had lost every friend.
At the rtf-xt station a woman with a
litelo girl was ctomi hj the child, and
Jerked it along by the arm. and he
snatched the liuleonu from the tnothei
ud tenderly lifted it on the car, and
the mother looked indignant, and she
got on the car and pushed the littl ono
along the aislt!, and sot it down in the
eat as though she would like to break
its bones, and the conductor looked at
her as though, if she were a man. he-
would everlastingly wipe the platform
He got on tho car in the rear of the
smoker, that time, because his old
friends, the drummers, weresothoti-'ht-less
of his feelings, llo did not realize
that they were unaware of his sorrow.
Every kjndly expression from the pas
BengcrsSseoroed to him like an unfceiin"
remark, and he would have given a
month's salary to have been at home,
or anywhere that everybody tVlt as bad
as he did.
At the next station he got a dispatch,
and his hand shook like a leaf, and he
dare not look at it out doors, but ho
went in the smoker and sat down in
front of tho drummers, and oneued tho
dispatch, ghinccd at it and put his Imad
on his baud and leaned his elbow on (he
The boys looked at him and one said,
not uiiiiKing tnat anything hal oc
curred more than tho usual order to
hold the train for another to pass, "Hel
lo, the old man has got, his discharge.
O, 1 have been expecting it ainco die
collected that twenty cunts from tho
tramp last week and knocked it dowu."
Then they laughed, and ono of tlm
boys touched tho conductor on the
shoulder and said, "Xovtr mind, old
boy. us follows will see you through,
we will get a sample case for you to
c"v- . . , , L
luo conductor reaenca tno uispawn
over to the traveling man, and said.
read it." and tho Iriond read, "your
baby is dead, come ta.-k on No. (iivo
your train to jour aeau uriinemun.
It was signed by tho division superin
tendent. The four pair of eyes that
read the dispatch had tears in mem,
and four throats choked up so it was a
minute before anybody could speak, and
Mien one of the loys went and sat down
bv the conductor, who was crying like
a child, ami sain, -win iwl-uu, u
have babies at home, and not a ono of
us would have joked you had we known
of vour sorrow, forgive us, oi.i pani.
The conductor said it was all right,
and ho knew thev pitied him, but it had
almost broken his heart to have them
talk so, and he went in the baggage car
to prepare to leave the train at the next
station. , , .
As he loft tho train four large hearted
drummers, who looked as though thev,
too, had been bereaved, shook hands
tenderly with the conductor, and bid
him mod bye, and then went in tho car
and agreed' that they couldn't bo too
careful about their levity, and their
thoughts wcro all the afternoon with the
stricken conductor and his dead baby.
When the brakeman went through
the train with his palo face and took
tickots, tho passengers knew something
had happned, and to every question he
said. "The conductor's baby is dead,
and he has gone back," and then every
passenger looked as though it was a
funeral train, and a hundred hearts felt
sorry for their old ' friend, and none
more so than the hearts of the drum
mers. At the funeral there was a bank of
flowers that almost covered the little cof
fin.which come by express from 200 miles
away, and the conductor will always
believe tho flowers came from the drum
mers and ho was right. I'ecky$ Sun.
A Frenchman's Estimate of Us.
The more I see and mix with the
Americans, says l)e Uacourt, the more
ditlicult do I rind it to pass judgment
upon them, owing to the great variety
of types. The Northerner is very differ
ent "from the native of the Middle States.
The Northerner, who is styled a Yan
kee, is of the English type, with which
are combined the sharpness and skill ol
the Jew this mixture of pride, of cold
ness and of Britannic stillness with He
brow acutcness making the Yankee a
unique personage. Tho Yankees are
English at hcart.despiie the scorn which
the English show for them. They goto
England to acquire their tastes, their
manners, their customs, their f.ishions,
and even their aversion to France and
the French. Much more civilized than
their Southern countrymen, they ap
prove of an aristocracy and all the
gradations of rank which the English
approve of, and in what is called New
Eugland not many changes would be
required to establish there a form of
government similar to that of Old En
gland. A Partner Wanted.
Tho proprietor of tho Oconee, Ga.,
Monitor thus advertises for a partner:
Wanted A partner in the Monitor of
fice who can edit a paper and quarrel
and fight and play politican or non-po-litican,
collect money, and at tho same
time pretend that hedon't want it; who
can run a newspaper without money as
well as with it; who can print a paper
so loud that a deaf and dumb person
can read it before it gctsoutof the post
office; who can get up a paper that will
never get lost in tho mails, nor be bor
rowed by deadheads, nor grumbled at
by soreheads; who can run a paper to
suit all the different whims of subscril
crs; who knows more alwut the news
paper business than Horace Greeley did,
we want a man who will tight with u
big nigger for (subscription; in fact, wo
want a man who can blow hot and cold
at tho same time; who can carry water
on both shoulders; who can bark with
the dogs and run with the rabbits. Such
can find lucrative business with the Mon
itor. The Market.
NondayEveniso, Jcly IOtu , 1883.
The weather is hot and cloudy with
prospect of heavy rain.
We note a little change for the better in
the market, sales are better than they hnve
been for sometime.
FLOUR The stocks are large, there be
ing but very little sale for it.
HAY The demand is only local and for
nothing but strictly gild edge.
CORN Market steady, demand light.
OATS The supply ia good and move
MEAL Fair demand good supply.
BRAN Remains the same as at last re
port. BUTTER The demand for strictly
choice is good. Common is dead stx:k.
EGGS Stocks are Ureo and demand
CHICKENS Choice young chickens
find fair sale at quotations.
FRUIT Very little fruit of any kind
coming in. Apples ro slow sale.
POTATOES The market is well stock-
ed they are very low and alow sale.
Hales ana Quotations.
NOTB.-Tb prtcea hi iriven aro lor ale Icon
Sntbaiid.intonud lot. An advauc Ii
Uiarred for broken loniannineordcr.
sno bhli varlon Rradei
;t tMHn oi
iw nun aura lancy
S bbl. family .......
1UU bbl 0 hole
......M. . I
..11 0U&12 no
eara K'UdK imall bal'i'.".'.'.'.'.'.'.''.'.'
Scan nixed to bulk.
6 car mixed lo bulk.
!i run in bulk.,
No. H Hed, per bu....
No. i Medlterauean.
.Val hhlet'llv 111 lot .
8 ttftj 70
2U0 bble City
4i pound choice Northern. .......
Mm poauds choice Northern dairy.
30U pound bouibcru lilt, frenh...
l i 00
3 0iS Nl
rnn-ts VniltLZ Chk'kenft
6 coops choice yonnK chickens.
100 hoxei tomatoes..
V0 boxen applet...
Choice yellow. .
New potatoeo pt-r bush.,
New potatoes, per bbl..
IVi c ti
4 0;15 0
8. C. Hum ..
Han a D0"
."4 tm f I. el burlap.
5 btiehel ' .
rWheP.tialvceaLic' n a arter
Choice ty ....
Dry Film choice
Sheep Peltn, dry . ...
Sheeti P. lt. ereen...
'lull A CCD.
Common Lui ?i i
(iood iuu 4 WHi 5 I
.xmltaf 4 "544 i
Medium Leaf Ml 7 U
(lot 4 Leaf 7 rya I r
KATKS OK KUKKUIT.
War below Memphl, Y!yt
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Hoada'uhe, Toothache, 1 ' 1
Wui-e Throni. Mim-IIIiik.. Nunna, liruUea,
Hum. -nll. 'i't niira.
ll Jt I.I. trl tlf.lt IIUIIII.I I'tlMl AMI A
Bold b; I)rul.l. n4 Ii.-Iit ,,rr , aiim. fill; Ctul Mtl
IMn:tiiu In II LftiiKutir).,.
TIIK 4 II llll.KH A. 0(iHHt I o.
tamimiti u K- uutHK a ixj.i tumum. Mil.. t.K. A
Any Hotmekeepor In tho land can repair the Cook
Btovo put In new Fire Itek, now flint.- and new
Llulnga-by using BOXXBIVOK'S
ADJUSTABLE STOVE REPAIRS.
Sold by all ITardware and Btova Dealer.
Kr.n ron Onrm.aK Manufucturod only by '
Kclienck'j) Adjuai.bU Wre Il.rk Co.,
611 Itonrborn Htreitt, Chicago.
I 0T, p
M.HI 7 11,1 Ilium
ii? Wgtop Orion,
mm OHflAN 170.
rfrainmii, ft ro., ll
No time Mioul.l be lorn If the Monmrti. liver ami
bouel are atl'ecu-il, lo adopt the mire remedy,
Hot tter'c Stomiich lli't. rn I' Ir-tneon of tlm ur-
8 am ratned tn-iM othi-r far morn erloim, and a
clay l then-fore haiurdont. llyi'p.'pnia, livi-r
complaint, chills ami fi.-yr. raily iheumatlc
twinge, kidney uenkm'8 lirlnt! et-rloua bodily
troiniie If trill, d wllh. Lone uotlmo in unltiutliU
etr.-ctive and vafeme ilclne.
For tale by all UruUta and Dealurs generally
"V1iosp Conniloxion lictrays
some humiliating imiiorfcc
tiou, whoso mirror tolls you
that you are Tanned, Sallow
and disllsureu in counte
nance, or have Kruptions,
Kedness, Itouhness or uu
wliolesonio tints of Complex
ion, w say use Hasan's Jliig
It is a delirate, harmless
and delightful article, pro
ducing the most natural and
cntranciiiir tints, tlie artititi
ality of Mhith no observer
can detect, and which soon
becomes permanent if the
Majrnolialialiu is judiciously
Neurozone, ftiew .Verve-I i.'.', St.-i'imtli ntid
Vunn i- .1 ins.tivf ri"t"r;it i e (,.r lln- L' 8 of
Maiily Vigor in Young, M;ddlr-Ajecl and
Old Men. o tii.iii.T fii.ni t-.-:t -a In Ner-
voua Debility, Exhaustion, Impotency,
Seminal Wenkn-as, ami kindred niliueiiti.
lliii bttndard KeuioJy U u certain cure,.'iti-l
to all sili-ll hi ifT r vim semi a statement (.f
their triitilden. iii;ti)tity iflic!ent to prov j Its
virtuo will lie vtit Free of Cost. Addrea,
NEUROZONE MEDICAL CO.,
P. O. Boa 2494. St. Louie. Mo.
A BH To M
MM Ukmc bo frfini ibllw-tloni, nrMiM nr ohf cmiw w
n.k, utntrvi-d, u)lr-l, brnrkHr -irtlnH, u4 nbM I
4nMterf trip f r"- V"(iU 'fif Tb
luiof trettliit .i-pvou Iebt1ltT, Phyaloiil )yftr.ft.
IN ItOLLK," Irw
Bovlr cHiri iaa,rH of rtin rrtuiraimo do full tad i
f Mftrthood. ir.i, tt--'inf, lruir, bltmnt M
fat Ult-. ) ",'' i '.'i m '( fihtiito fTe.
Bplily mlored 17th uto of litaUnm Trat'
ncnt, which etrectually cure Nervoua Debll
Lost Virility, Premature 1H7, and
all ta-utlM arming ovewok and iiuhm,
Nampbr t Vlhilla) mailed (fee, Mel,bj ad
ittMhg Ur. Wbllller, If4 Eac,bk. Clncloaaif. a
W'hen- .lohti huront and Pnriih Puniiit. hi wif.i.
did by their mile uiortg i-e, bearing date- January
aUt. li',!l, uii'l rocordvl In Bonk l'l of leeda, ill the
rec rder'a ollkc of Alexander rountv. HlinoiH.
convey and niorti;iige to thu uudercigned the fol
lowing deacrlbed real eatato. t-u-iuted in the conn-
'y of Aii-x,iider nnd city of Cairo, Miuoi. to-wlt:
l.oi numnered twu vu (I.), t 111 rt en 1 3. tonrteeti
'I Ii and tlfn en (Ki), In block nun bered three (3).
in '.lie r lrct Aduitmu to the city or airo alore
raid, lo i-ei lire the 1 ayuient of 11 c rtulu iiromlit-
'" note executed In the hiu .'olin -iirnal. in
'aid aaie mo tk'ag-t fully deuenh-d; and wh-rea
d Imilt bin been ruadi) in the iniyment of aid no-e
and thu tnxe du j upon i-ald li t, and m!il note
runiHlna tHjitlo-r witn call taxup, long alnce phki
dun and unnald bv aal-1 sprout. Now, tbureforo,
on appllcHiioii f the I. rul holder of raid uoleand
under und hv virtue ol tho .pocial proviBlona and
power of ! In mid atilu moitkaize. I the under-
aigi ed will on
MONDAY, JULY Till KTI KTH, 188.1,
at the door ol the court-houae, in aaid county ol
Alexander, city of Cairo and statu of Ullnola, at
the hour of li o'clock p.m. of -ld day, offi r fir
ale and cell at public auction to the hlghc-xt bidder
or can. tn anovu He criiit-n rent eat ate to pav uii'l
antiafy tin amount i t principal and Interewt dn
upon aald note, and thu luxe oatd uon a-ild Iota.
a la, in und by mid mortyaifi!, provided.
j'oiea lyuiro, 111,, juiy iitn, ito
W.M.I KK IIVKLCll',
naTreuaurer and Mort a -cc.
(ireen Ic (illb. rt, Attorney. . Tll-iwd.
By vtrtuu kf an execution laaueil out cf thu
clerk'a office ol tlm circuit ciurt of Alexander coun-
tvand (tntuol Ullnola, ami to me directed, -There-
ny 1 am commanded to nmk the amount of a for
Ulnjudgiiiuntreeiiiitly obtained agalm-t II F. Wil
bourn aud William Waguuertn favor of Fmdolliio
uniaa, piautiii, tn.roru ieo. K. Olmaied, Krn,, a
police tiingbtirate, In and fur Hie city of Cairo, a
tranacrlpt ol whlih haa been dulv Hied in tin- khIi!
Clerk'a olllcu a required bv law out of the I11111U.
tetn tin nta, giinda and rhat--la of the mid ll.-nj
F. Wl bourn und Will nun Wucorn r. 1 Iihvh li.uiint
on the following d. acrlhi d property, to-wlt; Thu
aoutliua t or the niulhei-t qtliirler of .c
tlnu twunty two vil), itud alao the weet Kldnof the
nortbwi-Kt of the iiorHn-aat riilarlnr mi, I 11 ,. imrii,.
ciiatof I he northweft uunrivr of hi-ciIiiii twentv-
even (i.?). All the iiIiovh IhiiiIh are ultnuted und
1, irif In loiitilp llfii;en (15) and 111 rungii two U),
weal of Hid I'. M , In counly of Alixundtr und
Thereforu, ai-.rtri'tng lo auld rommaiid, I ehall
uxpofo for aale at pub Ic, amotion, ulltlie r:glit,tltlu
lid lliterual of the ubovu iiiiined Wlllmm W agoner,
In and to the above deacrlbed property, at 11
o'clock a. ni ,mi Friday the 111b of Annual., Ikk:i, at
the weaterly door of the cuirt hnii-u, ln Cairo, III,
liuted at Cairo, ill., thl K'lh day nr.luly, lh:j.
Hlierlff Alexander ('ottnty.
Bv virtuo of an erccutlon l-atled out of Hie
e'erk' oHli-eof the clrctill c urt of A.uxander coun
ty and atalu of lllltioia, uml to me dlrec ted, where
by lam commanded to mukulliu umouutiif 11 c r
tniu JildKinent recently obtained n.-Hinal Walter H.
I.uudor and H1111111. 1 Lander In ritvorol lleiijntuln
K. turtle out of the latida, tenement, gooda aud
cha tula ol Ihu 'aid Walter H, Lander and M unuul
Lnndur. 1 huvii levied on I lie follow
ing dea.rilied property, to-wlt: All of
ection eleven (ii), in townahlp atateen
(III) and In range twu (J), went of tlie :iid prin
cipal meridian, auld I11111I la lying und being alma
ted in the county of Alexander and atatu of iHlnol.
Therefore, according to auld command, 1 ahall
exioao for aale at I indie auction, all t:.u right,
title and Inlereal of the above named Walter B
l.aniler ami Nainuul Lander, In aud to the above
(leacribt-d properly, at II u nlock a. m , on Friday
tlm vt 11 nay or Augnai. inaa, ai inn aiuriy Hour
or thu roar I houae. in city 01 uatro, in
Dated at Cairo, lil.,lhl l'ilh day of July, lusj.
8her.il Aloxauder County,
Ilv virtue of an execution lued out of tho
clerk' othi-o of thu c-lr-ult court of Alexander
county ninl tie of lllluoia, and to me directed,
uUi teliy am romiiiauUud to make the ailiotitit of
a I'eriuln Juiliruieiit recently ubtalued aaltmt B. C.
tVllbourn auu William Wagouer In favor of tb
Alexitudur Cutiuty Hank, piatititl', belor Geo. E.
Oltuaieil, Kq , a pullu-i uia 'lilrate la and for the
rlty of Cairo, atratiecrlpt of which baa been duly
tiled In the i-aW clurn'i ultlce k required by law, I
li-ivo levied ou tll fo'loivii n deairlbed property,
lit-wlt: The fnatlionai of the aomhweat quarter of
i.f i.-i-tlou twenty iwo (J.1), and alao Ihu weal Hide
ii f the uorthweM i f the iioitheaal qtinrtor und Ibe
liorllu-at of Uu nurihwe I quarter of tectloo
Iweuiyaeven (-J ). A I Hi ii above land ara altua
lel iul lyiiin in tnwi,hlp iirieeu(l5; and In raue
two til. wem nf lrd I'. M..I11 tno county of Alex
ander and mn'e uf HIiUoU.
Ihereiore, accordluu' to alil command, I mall
i'Xni for khIii at pulille 11 uc Ion, all til rltrht, title
and Inter. t 0I1I1 ah-ive nameil Wllll im Waitouer,
In uml to the above deaenlied property, at II
o'clock a. 111, ou Krlday the '.lib day of Auxuat,
lSf, at the veaterly door of Hie court house, lu
Sheriff Alexander County.
By vlitue of an execution IkhihmI out of the
clerk otlh-e of the clicult court.of Alexander comi
ty ai d elate of 111'uoih, and to me direct i-d. Where
by I am cum intituled to make the amount of a cer
tain judgment recently obt.ilin-d aaiUM Walter 8
l ander 111 favor of Beiij.imln F t urtl out of the
IhimIx, tenement, kooiU itud chattel of the eald
Walters. Lander. 1 have levied on the following
.lei ribi d to, erty, to-wlt: All of aectlon 0 eveu
(Hi. In towiiMhtp etxteun (I") and lu range t ro (!),
wot of the ;'.rd principal merdian, containing WO
acrt-M, th -above dem rli eil lun I la lying and being
attuat d lu the county of AUxauder atid etatu of
Therefore, aicordlnj to aaid command, I ahull
expoaefor cnle at p'iblic auction, all the right,
title and Inti ret of the above named Walters.
LaiKlt-r In and to the above deacrlbed property,
at 11 o'clock a. m , ou Friday tbcuth day of Augu ,
IsM, at the weterly door of the court houae, ln
cltr of Cairo, III.
Dmed at Cairo, 111., thl 12th dav of July. 11.
Sheriff Alexander County.
1 1 CM'Qv
ng Ien, Middle
en. and all Men
sutler fruin arl
indiacretiona will tind
Allen', lirain Food tba
mot nowerful Invirnraot ever intrnducrd:
once reatored by it t h er la no rlap. Try
It: it nerrr fiiln. 6 for 4. At Drug-
giu. or ny man irom Alien a rnarmacy.
ny man irom Alien a rnarmacy,
316 f irst
Th glory nf a man 1
hi (trength. II 1x
are weakened dowa
nt udv. or bv oarlv india
cretiona, Allen's Brain Foud will perma
nently realurn all I"-' vigor, and .trangtlitn
ad the in'ieiaol lirain and Body. $ .(for
5. At litugguta, or by mail train Allen
ry. 314 lt I
Art no e. I
Of the man nm
diea before Uia Dublio
for Narrou Debility
and waaluieMol nr
theralanono tQual to Allan'" Brain Food,
which promptly and permanently raatar
all lout vigor: it never (an, f 1 kg.,for
V At Uruggiata. or br mail from Allan',
Uruggiata. or br mail from Allen a
cy,3 5 la
For aaven year Allan'
main roixl ua aiooc
the MruDKo.t teat, ae
to i'a merit. In curing
Debility, and reatnriug lout power to the
weakened tx-neratire Kratem, and, in no
inatanc. h it ever failed: t,tlt l:for
t.v-At liruimiiM. or tr mail (rain Allen,
Uruggnta, or by mail train Allen a
cy, ilS let I
A venae. 1
" Meno ana lnoorp"
ftano: A aouna mina
In a eonnd bod la tne
trade mark or Alien
Brain r ood. and w as-
nr onr reader that. If dleaatiahed with
either weakneaaof Brain or Bodily power,
iiiia remiiv will permanently atrengtnea-
h,,ih. 1.-At DniBKi.ta, or by mail fr
h. l.-At Uniagi.t. or by mail from
cy. 314 Utl
Nervoaa Shook, St. VI-
tua Dance, froetration.
and all dlaeaiea of
Nerve Generative OrKana. are all perma
nently and radically cured by A leu lirain
Food, the groat botanical remedy, flpkg-.
6 for ti. At Dnmgnta. or by mail Irom
nX:nn ititi rnnn
II ltlla A1W Brain Food
I rilJC1 boianioal extract
II PIU trengtnene ine ureiu
I I II HI end ooaitively enr
vouane Headache, unnatural Iom. and
fttile. l i.ks.. 6 for l!i.-At Droggit, "J
by Tnail from AllenAbaraacylJ r
from Allen1 Fbarmacy. 3U rira
DlMaae, Propnaity and
Paaaion bring Mane
kind nuruberlea ail
menta, furemoat among
tliem are NurvoueneM,
Nervoua Debility and nnn,a""k,.n'"!
ol Generative Organat Allen a Brain tojj
lucceaafully overcome theae trouble nd
....-1 1, o .uileri.r to bia former vigor. 1 1.
gie ta, or
,.. 31a lat a
BEFORE AND AFTER
Flartrlc ADDllincei are int on 30 Dayi' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNQ OR OLD,
w villi m. i.lTnaln rnttll HltVtVH PRntMTV,
VV Loai VtTMTV. Lack or Nauvy rowm aao
yluoa, WAaTiNii WKAKNKsaKa. and all tliuae dlaeaaiei
. : r.i .... n.einnir (mm ahiix and
OTlira 1 t'Ai'aa. gH-.ily ninl end eomilte reato.
r,;ilo,.orHn,vmoan.;. ' --"VJ?K::
IP. Z "X 1, iVe.,n, h et f re. Addrei.
VQITAIO ltlTC0.,MAH8HU, WICH.
LLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Sliortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Lino liuimiiiu
O DAILY TKAINd
Making Direct Connection
Train Lav Caiho:
rrtvmgln Bt.I.oul:45.m.i Cblcao,B:S0 n m
Connecting at Odin and KfllLgham for Clncin!
uall, 1 ouiayille, Indlanapoli aud point Jtaet.
11:1 nun. tit, JajuI and Watturn
rrtvlnglnbt. Loulatp. m., and connecting
lor all point W en.
li:0O p.m. i-'iuat Kipreia.
F .r St. Loul ami cblcao. atrlvtng at Ht. L011I1
0:U p.m., and Chicago J:ao a m.
:i:QO p in. UinuitinHt.Kjtpreai.
1rtvl1iK at Cincinnati 7:(J a.m.; LnniivHI 0"S
m.; indlanapoli 4:o5 a.m. I'aaaenger ly
tbia train reach the above point liJ to 3J
UdL K8 in advance ol any other route.
f?ZVtl!f),& ,m- nag HUMAN
M.tKHNU CAM Cairo to Cincinnati, without
Chang, and throoirh aleeneram ht 1 ..nl. ..,1
m - U.
Fast Time IIuhU
c . - - - rv.u,v " ...uu, uj uviay
uj . iuwihiiiiik. mi oaiuraBT aner-
(loon train from Cairo arrive In new York Monday
uuruiuK ai i;. j iiiriy-ix soar in advance ol
ii oiuer route,
k a.- k'np thrnnoh tlrl.Mf. inri hi-, l.u. . t ..
pply at Illtnol Central iiailroad Depot, Cairo.
r u 1 i,v o.i.b... . .
v. u. .v,ieo, lltCSlAKCUl,
i. U. HANHGM. Gen. Pa. Agent. Chicago
H. H. TIME CARD AT CAIHO.
ILLINOIS CENTIIAL H. K.
Tra.i.a Dipart. Train Arrive.
Mail ....:OA a rc .
. I (5 a m.
II 10 a.m.
Accotn.. ....... 11:10 a m.
Kxprea..... 3 !U p.m.
C. ST. t
A N. o. ii. it. (Jackson mute).
,. 4 4.1a.m. 1 tHall ...i-IUD.m
tfcipref, .... IU 3111.111. E. pre, ... 1(1:30. m
Accom :M p.m.
bT. I,, ft C. K. it. (XarroW-EgU''!').
Elpre, S:0o a in. I Expre 1 :1 m
K A Mail .. Hi::ia m. Ex. Mall. .4:liin m
Accom U:Hp m. Accom ..2:iu p.m
bT. L. h I. it. K. it.
tExpreea 10:.'i0p.m. tExprcr i:",0 p.m
w., ft. t. P. n. K.
Mall Er......V'0a.m. 1 'Mall Ex.. Jlip.m
Arcoiu 4: u.ni. I Arco 1(1.: 0 a m
Freight , :45 am. Kr-li ht 6:45 p.m.
M.'IHLK A nltlD X. K.
Mall .VMa.ni. I Mall 8:10 p.m.
Dally except Sunday, t Jlally.
TIM 10 ( All!)
AUKIYAL AMI DEI'AKI I kk of mails.
Arr at I Pep'r
p. o. fm Hi)
I. C. K. H. (through lock mall). 6 a. m. I
-- - ..ii.ivimigp. rn
" (way mnlll... 4 'AO p.m. I II p. m.
' rsouthero Illv D m. I9d. m.
Iron Mouniain K. li i!:3"p. m. p. m.
Wahaah It K 1 p. m. p. m.
Texa 8t. I.otii K. R p. m.lfla. m.
8t. 1.011:1 A (' iro It. It 5 p. m. OMO am
OhloKlvrr a p. m. 4 p. m.
M at I iver arrive Wed , hat. & Mon.
" depart Wed., J-rl. Hun.
P ( ni.,, A..I mi n rrntn 7 -.-10 am 10 7:10 Dm
P.O. hox del . o, cp from ........6 a. m. toBp. m.
hunday get . el. open frnn 8 a. m. to 10 a. m.
Sunday box del. open fiotn....o a. m. to 10:latn
.-.Ml -hn,...a will Km niiKllahed from
time to time in city paper. I hance vour carde ac
cordingly. WM. M. MGKl'liV, P. M.
Vayer-1 hom'. W. Ha 1 1 ay.
1 rcartirer-Cua 1 a F. ullie.
CH-rk lltBl-l. f . ri- ey.
(.'otitie!i)r--W'm. B. Gilbert,
tfaraha! I.. H. Meyer.
SOAHIl or ILPIRMIH
Kirei Ward Wm. McHale, Harry Walkir.
-croud Ward-Jceae iliukle. C. N. Uughe.
Third Ward-B. F. Blake, Kgbert Smith. i
Fourth Ward Charle O. Patler, Adolph Bwo-
boda. . . .
Klfth ward via. i.ancairr. unmj o uu..
Circuit Judge-!)..!. Baker.
Circuit Clurk-A. H. Irvin.
County Judge J. H. hoblneon.
lounty Clerk-b. J. Ilumm.
( ouuty Attorney ...............
f ottnty Trcarurer-Mlle W. Parker.
Slaiitl John Hodge.
( oruier-K. Fltr.i'erala
f-nnemCnmmlah unerr T. W. Haillday. J. II.
Mnlcahey and Peter Mano.
I, it I KCHI..S.
-iAIUG BAPTIST. Corner Tenth and ropiar
I ; .r..ta! oreacblne every Snn-'ay mo nlngand
nlititat u-ual houra. Prayer meeting. Weduea
day nlgnli Sunday achool :ti;'n
ni'Ti a . " w v . - -- ----
IIIIKH OK TI1E KKUKKMIih-(Kplcopal
I , l.ni.rteenth atreet ; Buiiday 7 : in., Iloly
Mtindav cbooi a p. m., d"u. r-
F P . avenport, 8. T. B. Hector.
, ,inT M1SKIONAKV BAPTI8T CHUhOH
V ',ea- hlng a' 10:H0 a. n... p. m and 7:80 p. m.
al.butb .cliool at 7:SH P- m Kev. '1. J. Shore,
..! , oi
IJTIIKKAN-Tnirtccuth tret: aervltei Hab
1 j bath li :: - m. ; Sunday .chool 2 p. m. Rer.
BTUUUIST-Cur. Eighth nd Walnut .tr.U,
M preaching Sabbath fl:Un a. m. and7:M p. m.
nnday bchoolat M- J- A. BeerreH,
i jltESBYTKKlAN Klglilh rtrerti j P"c.l"( JJ
I Sabbath at 11:)0 a. rt.. nd 7:H0p. .! prav
ueetliigWedue.dav at 7:')p. m. Sunday Scheol
tap. Si. Kev B.V. George, paetor.
t. JGHKPII 8-t Roman Catholic) Vonn Urort
and Walnut atroetji "l!7
I. ; .Sunday School at U p. m . i V ;P" P-;
ice everday at 8 a m. Hot. O Hara. I rll
.'I- fAl'klCK'H-tRoman Catholic) Cornet Nlntll
i .',. iiV.i? eninma ever !eed. Needed, endowed
im&&fl nothing In the bot.k
fl'e eve?.qal tf It. W.ll prow It oi 'forfeit 0
S'fo'?.?. ' Don't ?,"iV oVgJln'nntRVoa
imn whM M of thl. book, and what other
re doing w! ll. THOMPSON, P.bll.her, 401
Arch Strfet, rhlladolpUl, I'. ?