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Publisher and Proprietor.
Bill Nye ia a Ea-MilL
I have just returruul from n trip up
from tho North Wisconsin Railway,
where I wont to catch a strinjr of cod
fish ami anything clso that niiht ho
Northern Wisconsin is the place where
they yank a hi;
tui'Q it into cash
wet lor into a null ami
i as tinicK as a rauromt
man can draw his salary out of tho jmy
car. Tlio log is held on a carriage by
means of iron dogs while it is luting
worked into lumber. These iron dogs
arc not like thoso we see on tho front
steps of a brown-stone front occasional
ly. They oro another breed of dogs.
Tho managing editor of the mill lavs
out tho log in his mind and works it in
to dimension shift', shingle bolls, slabs,
edgings, two by fours, two by rights,
two by sixes, etc., soastouse tho goods
to tho best advantage, just as a woman
takes ft dress pattern ami cuts it so sho
won't have to piece tho front breadths,
ami will still have enough left to make a
polonaise for the last summer gown.
1 stood there for a longtime watching
tho various saws ami listening to their
moiiototi'ius growl, ami wishing that I
had been born a successful timber thief
instead of a poor boy without a rag to
At one of these mills, not long ago, a
man backed up to get away from the
carriage, ami thoughtlessly hacked
against a largo saw that was revolving
rtl tho rale of about 'JW times a minute.
The saw took a large chew of tobacco
from tho plug ho hail in his pistol pock
et, ami then began on him.
But there's no use going into details.
Such tilings am not cheerful. They
gathered him up out of thosaw-dust ami
put him in a nail keg and curried him
away, but ho did not speak again, Lift;
was ipiito extinct. lictlier it was tho
nervous shock that killed him, or tho
concussion of the cold saw against
bis liver that killed him, no ono ever
The mill shut down a couple of hours
so that the bead sawyer could lilo his
saw, and then work was resumed once
We should learn from this never to
lean on tho buzz saw when it niovctli it
self aright. JJoom:ring.
Oomo Around Next Yuar.
Two boys met in New si reel, says the
111 I 1 1 . It
an Mreei umiy ,ru,
Ktild (unit '! Iitivo t limit unit If t
had more I could buy an elegitnt ci
Said tho olslier: "I have 4 more.
Hero they are. liny t lio cigar mid wo'll
havfl n good smoke."
The money was pooled, and tho first
sneaker bouirht. the ehr.'ir. itnd. liirlillmr
it, whift'ed awitv with great enjoyment
uniii nnoui nau ol tho weeil lnnl hcen
reduced to smoke and ashes,
"Hold on," said the second. "I put
in 4 cents and von onlv 1. You havo
smoked half of tho cigar. That ain't
luir. invo mo the rest'."
"Not much," responded No. 1, pull
ing away vigorously. "This Is a stock
ConimtllV. 1 Hhl tlm ttrna'nlmit nn, I ....ii
are only & stockholder. Acconliiiir to
uouin anu uis juuges siockitoiiicrs have
uo rights except to vote at the annual
mcutings. t-onio oround next vear at
this limo and If there is any of the cigar
ieu you can voio nio out una siuoko it
IV. t i .. in
CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 4, 1888.'
Suaiiner Rosort Oaotitious
"I believe you advortiso good flsh
ng?" "Yes, sir."
"Whore is it?"
"Over in tho lake. We never fish on
iry land here."
"But 1 havo been over there all day
tnd never had a bite."
"Of courso not. If you want to tish
soma hero in June. 'Jhls is July, and
.ho fish won't hi to. Sorry, but you are
i month too late."
AT THE NEAKKST IMILItOAD STATION.
"How far is it over to Rosebush
"Sixteen miles, sir."
"Why, I was told thnt it was only
talf a lifilo from this station! This is a
Dretty state of atl'airs, I declare! How
lo you get over there?"
"I havo never been there, sir. I jrc
mmo you can hire a fanner's team or
"It's a dead swindle!"
"Ami I'm a fool for leaving home!"
"Aud'lTl tako the down train."
"Certainly. Only sixteen hours to
ivait for it. Sit down in tho freight
'louso and make yourself comfortable."
TOO PltliVIOl'S. '
"Seo here, landlord, didn't you ad
vertiso an entire absenco of Hies and
mustpiitoos at this place?"
"Certainly, sir; out those advertise
ments were prepared in March, and I
issure you in tho most solemn manner
that wo weren't troubled in the least
until the last of May. If you had only
;;omo up hero in April you would have
had a glorious Unto."
AN OKK YEA It.
"Hot! Why, it's live degrees hotter
hero than at home! I thought this
was one of the coolest places in the
"Mv dear sir. this is an oft" vear. you
know! Every year but this wo have had
to keep up tires in July, and we
probably havo to next vear again.
a sort of an extra season, you see.
"But where aro those cool breezes
"Oh, they aro over on the other side
of the lake to-day. You see, this is
only one side of the lake, and wo can't
expect to monopolize all the breeze
there is. Wo must divide up and give
tlio other resorts mmio of it.'
CAME IX HANDY.
"See hero, landlord, you advertised a
big, four-story hold, 'with a grove,
fountains, bathing, boating, etc., and I
arrive hero to find a shanty stuck in the
pine woods and tlio nearest lake a mile
away. Explain yourself, sir!"
With the greatest of pleasure. Tho
cut of the hotel was one left on the
printer's hands, and he worked it in to
till out the column. I ought to havo
mentioned in the advertisement that it
was a cut of a hotel at Long Branch,
but I neglected to, Come right in
beautiful scenery,. woods full of snakes,
rates down lo i per day and children
charged full prices."
"Landlord, this bill is downright cx
tortion!" "How is that?"
"Why, I can slop at tho (irand Pacif
ic fur less than you havo charged me!"
"Yes, sir, hut is the Grand Paeilio
among tho hills? Is it surrounded In
pines? Has it a boiling spring? Can
you walk over a precipice within Sf hj
feet of llie Grand Pacitie? I charge
two dollars a day for the precipice, an
other for the hilis and the spring, ami
if twelve shillings a day for hotel rates
are not doj: cheap then I don't know
how to please von. Whv, sir, if tint
Fifth Avenue Hotel was on tho brink of
precipice 'J',M feet high, yoll Collldll'l
slop there lor s a day: uaroa r ro:
A Cowboy's Bed.
One old campaigner gave mo tho par
ticulars of his daily life. He never took
oil' his rubber coat, he told me, while it
was raining. He wore his leather
"chaps" all day long. Ho wore shoes,
not boot., but also woro leggins. In
the evening he was dry from head to
foot, even it H had rained all dav. lie
was especially careful to keep ids feet
tlrv. His bedding was not nearly so
bulkv as that of some others, but ho
thought it ample. Some men carry
with them heaw coverlets, und even
make up a kind of mattress. This man.
however, had three woolen blankets, a
rubber blanket and a largo piece of tar-
jiaul'u. In making up bis bed at night,
lie spreads the rubber blanket on the
ground first. Nexthelaid his tarpaulin
so that its top was even with that of tho
rubber blanket. Then he stretched tho
tarpaulin out Hat, and it was perhaps
twenty feet long and eight wido. Next
lie put a coarse woolen double blanket
down over the rubber and tarpaulin,
leaving tint lower half of the blanket
rolled up at the foot. Another was
placed in the same way. Ou top of
these he laid another blanket. Then
the half of the other two blankets which
had been rolled up was drawn upon tho
reU. In this way n bag bottom was
made at the foot of tho lied, protecting
uio ieei. i ne lower nan of t to tar
paulin was then turned up over every
thing. It reached a foot nhovo tho
sleeper's head. Last of nil. 1 1,., iddes
of the larpnulin were doubled under tho
lied. he man worked his way down
into mis sack from the head, und no
coin couiii peiiet rate it. 1 should add
unit, betore making his bed, be dug
uvmiy mi! groiinu id conlurm to tho
curves of the body, and lie said It tuiido
mm as comfortable as if ho were in
feather bed. Cor. Vlirunmc Lrmlrr.
Birthdays of Our Truly Groat,
as a naiion we pay very it utten
lion lo I he blrilnla vs of our rulers am
great men. I say rulers ami creat men
because the terms tiro not svnonynioiis
till, uo. I here are some Govern In
this broad land who would Hot be rrreat
1 1 ...I II.... I ... i . " ' ,
I.HOIISII uicj iivimi ti inoiisaiiti.vears am
wctgiiun ii ion. j ncro lire sotno
members or Congress who could not tel
a vaccination scar from a birth-mark
And there aro members of Hm I.... rU.it
uro who are not positive Jim when they
were born. Hence with us tint day of
viin siaiesmaii s uinu is oi mtin minor
taiico, and in how many Instances Is it
true that tlio day of the pnlitlitt.in'
death Is better for the coiintrv than tho
tiay ui ms nirin. wn, vastly hctter.-
u. i. uuracua in i numiciiihm Times.
THE TK RTI 0 - M I LLEN N I AL
CHEAP KXCUHBION HATES KVKnY DAY DUU
INU T1IK BL'MMEK TO BANTA pi., MYC.
Kntita Fo, New Mexico, is tho oldest city
ia the L'uited Status. It has reached the
end of its first third of a thousand years
its tuitio-millcnial period. ThoTertio-Mil-lcnniid
Celebration and Mining and Indus
trial Exposition, which will bo inaugurated
there on tho 2d of July and close on the 3d
of August, will bo advent of great histo
rical as well as practical importance to the
country at large. It is intended to com
memorate the tin cu hundred and thirty
third anuiversary of tho Spanish settlement
of the place.
Which will constitute the practical part of
the celebration, will be an epitome of the
mineral, agricultural, horticultural, stock
and general industrial rcbources and capa
bilities of the Territory. Those, therefore,
who are interested in either mining, agri
culture or stock-raising will have a good op
portunity to visit New Mexico this season,
as thu low lure will be a great inducement
to make tho trip. Thu development of the
mines of this vast region has but begun,
yet in tho past year the proportionate in
crease in the output of ore was greater than
in any other State oi Territory. New Mex
ico's Bhowing at the mining exposition held
at Deliver last season showed, nmro clearly
than anything else, the vastuets of its min
It has been the general belief heretofore
that agriculture in New Mexico would uot
pay. This is an unfortunuie error. At the
exposition will be teen samples of all soits
of fruits and field products which vie with
those of prolific Kansas. With irrigation
the soil of the Territory can be made to
yield immensely, and there is no pursuit
more remunerative thau that of farming.
Agricultural products, of all kinds, bring
high prices upon a ready market, always
accessible in the growing mining towns,
and the cost of raising is comparatively
small. As a cattle and sheep country, too,
New Mexico cannot be surpassed. Her
valleys and iiicsh9 afford tine grazing
grounds for countless herds. A3 the cele
bration at Santa Fe will be the means ol
drawing a larger number of people into the
Territory than usual, owing to the cheap
fare, an opportunity will be offered those
who may be interested in stock-raising
Besides the practical, the Tertio-Milleuial
will embrace many features the most novel
and romantic. For instance, three days
the 18th, 10th, and 20tb of July will be
devoted to tlio presentation of historic
scenes. These will represent the period
which has tratispired since the settlement
of the city, each day to represent a ceutuiy
ol history and progress. The three civili
zations will also bu represented that
which existed at the timo ot the coming ot
the conquerors, that which the Spaniatds
brought with them and that which followed
the American occupation of 1JS40. These
representations will be illustrated by caval
cades in costume, indicative of the several
distinctive expeditious into New Mexico
and the surrounding territory. I here will
also lie numerous tableaux, the whole com
bining to make one of the must novel and
interesting exhibitions ever witnessed in
this country. There will, in addition, be
vinous Indian games, races and dances by
the Pueblos, descendants of the ancient in
habitants ol the Territory; ambuscades and
sham lights by tlie Zunis, with exhibitions
t their peculiar rites and ceremonies, one
of which will be a primitive dance re.re
seining the gods and heroes of their folk-
hue mythology; native Mexican games,
dances and juggling; original Aztec dances,
in which both Mexicans and Indians will
take part; various Mexican sports and the
grand fandango; war and other peculiar
dances by the MiBcalero and
licarilia Apuchcs; exhibitions by Mexican
acfjucri'S hi throwing the lariat;
mounted tournament, iu cos
tunics of .three centuries ago;
the Shu Domingo and Samlia feasts, ami
other peculiar tuid interesting ceremonies
which would lake much space and time to
HOU.NU TK1P $10.
Hie rate for the round trip from Kansas
City anil AtchisoD, including stop-oil' both
ways at the Las Vtgas Hot Springs, is only
$40, while the tare from all eastern points
is comparatively low. The Las Vegas Hot
springs are among the most celebrated in
the world, ami a cool and conilortable re
sort for the hot season. There is every in
ducement to go to New Mexico this bum
inei und it will be taken advantage ol by
thousands who will improve this opportun
ity to study, under tho best possible con
ditions, the resources of the Tcrritoiy and
investments, and also to enjoy lor the tune
the most (juaint and romatic spot in all our
country. It is an opportunity to see the
Southwest the coming country which
ought not to be lost by any who havo any
ambition to avail themselves of t tic un
equalled advantages there offered for en
gaging in mining, agriculture, fruit grow
ing, stock raising, or merchandise. These
low rate tickets over tho Atchison, Topcka
&, Bantu Fe road are now on sale at Cairo
and all principal ticket ollices, good to re
turn tin August aiet. (vn iM
A Chicago Mcrclnuit'n Experience.
Af(m. I I....1 I 1 . i ,
i"' "vuuiinj uinii'M mm and
1 1.1 . . .
uune, mm iiciiuer sirengin, appetite nor
ambition left, und the, doctors couldn't
neip me, two imtiies 1'iirker'i dinger Tonic
mri.il Inn rumo r.tn v t it e... ..... ..
I.Riim M'f r. (Miii'iiirii
A Nourishing Wine.
Old ami infirm persons need kotm. imhl
tonic or gentle stimulant, especially at this
season, j no wine umiiti at Speer s Mount
rrospect vincyarda, in New Jersey, callo
Spoor's Port flrapu Wine, isuso l in tho At
lautic Stales tho best tonic wine known
and is reuarded us num. nml luvnv n..,.i,.
lar among physicians. It is especially
uoueuciai ior icinaies umi old people.-St
WoitK Given Out. On rnei'ttit of imm
address wo will mako au oiler by which
vou can earn 3 to 7 cveniiiL's. at v.mr
homo. Men, Women, Boys or Oirls can do
If. II. n. Wilkinson & Co., 103 anil 107
Fulton Street, Now York.
Many times you want to keep meat or M
for Kovornl days. Lay it in a solution of
Hex Magium over night and you can keep
it lor weeks. You can also keep milk a
week or more by stirring in a little of tho
"Snow Flake" brand.
To Tlio West.
There are a number of routes loading to
the above-mentioned section, but the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louis and
over thu Missouri Pacific ltailway. Two
daily Bierun from tho Grand Union
Denot Sam?'wJ to K"naM Cily' LuaVlin"
Ut pot, baiui , und0lllltuai
worth Atchison, St. oi.,.., oftho vury
Pullman Palace Sleeping Lui i Huy Bu '
Ik est make aro attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansns, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
ifornia "Mtiuuct with ex pres. trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Onialm, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This line oilers to parties onrouto to the
West and Northwest, uot only fast timo
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, us it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri ami Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &c, of this
liLe, which will bo mailed free.
C. B. Kiknan, p. Chandler,
Ass't Uen'l Pass. Agent. Gen'l Pass Agent.
For seven years Allen's Braiu Food has
stood the strongest tests as to its merits in
curing nervousness, nervous debility and re
storimr lost noweis to the weakened iren-
orative system, and, in no instance, has it
ever tailed; test it. fl;u tor $5. At
Free tit Cost.
All p isous wishing to test the merits of
a great remedy ono that will positively
cure Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, or any affection of the Throat
and Luugs are requested to call at Bar
clay Bros' drug store ami get a trial bot
tle of Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption free of cost, which will show you
what a regular dollar-size bottle will do. (1)
To all who arc suffering from the errors
md indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that w ill cere you, khkk
ok ciiAiuiK. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to the lie v.
Ioskpii T. Isman, Station I)., New York
Fortunes for Farmer mul Mpelmniea
I tiousands ot dollars can be saved by us
ing proper judguieut in taking care of the
health of yourself and family. If you are
Bilious, have sallow complexion, pour appe
tite, low and depressed spirits, and generally
debilitated , do not delay a moment, but
go at once ami procure a bottle of those
wonderful Electric Bitters, which never fail
to cure, and that for the trifliug sum of fif
ty cents. Tribune. Sold by Barclay
Htickien'8 Arnica salve
The Best Salvo In the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt IJheuru, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Coins, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents pr box. For sale by Barclay
A. II. Martin, Morrison, 111., says: "We
feel perfectly safe in reconimeuding
Brc wn's Iron Bitters to our customers."
By virtue of an execution ltnd out of the
elrrk's orth e of the clicnit court of Ali'iandvr coun
ty and rente of IH'.nolB, and to mv dirt cted, where
by I am commanded to utuko the amount of a cur
taln J iitl dii-u t reci'titly olitnln.'d Huaimit Walter W
f.aiidt'rin favor of Uriijaiutn K ( tirtlsout of the
latiil. tetiumenta, goods and chattel of the said
Waiters. Lander. I have livl.il on tlio following
described nroi i rty. to wit : All of section e.eveu
(111. In towiiHhlp Mxtei-n (Hi) and In range two (I),
west of tbeSnl prlui lpal uierdlan. containing B40
acres, thu above riescrlhed Intel 1 IviuK and being
itiiat d In the county of Akxundcr and statu of
1 herefore, aroordinif, to said comma' d, I hsil
expose for salt: at public aJctioD, all the right,
title and Interest of thu above named Walter B.
Lamier. In and to the above described property,
at II o'clock a, m , ou 1'rMay the tub day of Angus',
lxsil, at tun westerly door ol tbn court bouse, in
city of Cairo, Ills.
Jliitcd at Cairo, 111 , this l'Jth day of July, lr.
SlierilT Alexander County.
Bv virtue f an execution Issued out of tho
clerk's oillce ol Um circuit court of Alexander coun-
tvimd slute ol Illinois, ami to me directed, where
by I am commanded to make the amount of a rer
lulu Judgment recently obtained agalust U.K. WU-
nuuiu mul w llllnni w agouer in ravor ol rreaonne
llross, pluiitlll', beforu Geo. E. Olmsted, Esq., a
police magistral, In and for tho city of Cairo, a
trauscrltit ol which lias hen flulyllled In tlie sild
cleru's otlli c as required bv law out of the lmida,
tiuenn nts, goods and cbat'rls of thesald Hi'iiJ.
r. w tKiiirn mid vnmain warmer, i nave levied
on the lolltiwing described property, lo-wlt: Tlie
outliia-t of tne southwest quarter of sec
tion twenty two ('--). and also the went staoot mo
northwest of thu uorllietist oimrter nud tbe north-
east uf the northwest quarter of section twenty
scvin c.'V). All l he above lands aro slltintod and
hine In to.vnsliln fifteen (1.1) and In range- two(i).
west or ard P. ai., lu county oi Alexander anu
suite ol Illinois. . . . .
Tin refore. amir tiff to said command, I shall
expose for sale at pub.lc auction, all the r:ght. title
and (merest of the above named William Wagoner,
In and to tbe abovu described property, at 11
o'clock a. m , on Friday the yth of August, ISKl, at
the westerly duor ol tlie court nousu, in tatro, inn.
u.tieu at Cairo, i i.,iuis unt nnj oi mujii
Sheriff Alexauder County.
II v vlrtuu of an execution Issued out of tho
m.... 'u ivt r . l. ..troli ... ..,.1 ..r A ...van Hi. r i-nun.
t.uiu r i.iiii:uui luv ..in. ui.u 'ui.ui .... -..
ly and state of Illinois, umi to nut directed, where
tV l am cotniiiatiiicii to masc too amount oi n c r
lam Jtidgiiitlil reoenlly oliialued aKaiiist Walter H,
Lauder und hamtifl I.anilur In favor of Benjamin
F. Ctirtia out of the lands, tenements, good and
elm telaol tlio raid Walter 8. Lander aud Htimuel
I. antler, I Imvii levied on tliu follow
ing duscrilmU propoity, to will All of
..I tilt l.t .nu'nyliln lktm.n
si-riiuii viu. u v'O 1,1 i'
(Id) aud In range two ('.'), westof the Srd lirln-
Ctpal I1HTII11I1II, SHIll lllllll is lying llliu iiriuu niiun
ted iii the county of Alexander and stall) of Illinois.
Therefore, according to aiilil command, 1 shall
cxitxe lor sale at public auction, all t In right,
title and Interest of Dm above- named Walter H.
Landiir mid Hamuel Lander, In and lo Iho abovo
desc.iibed properly, at 11 o'clock a. m , on Friday
thuflth riy of August, lss:, at t'm westerly door
of tint court Itoiise, lu cliy of Cairo, Ills
Dulud atCaho, III,, this 1-tli flay of .Inly, lSSil,
Slier. ff Aluxanuur County.
lly vlrluo til' an uxecitlloti Issttud out. of thu
clerk's olllco of tho clr-'tilt court, of Alexander
county anil slate of Illinois, and lo mo dlrecled,
whereby 1 am commanded to make thu amount of
a certiiln Judgment recently uhlnlned aualnst I). K.
Wllbutiru aud William Wagoner In favor of thu
Alexander (loiinty Hank, plautKV, beloro (loo. K.
Olmsied, Ksu , a police magistrate lu anil for thu
cllynf Cairo, a transcript of which has buen duly
died In lint said clerk's olllco as required by law, 1
hvu luvled tin tlm following described property,
to-wll: Tho southeast of the southwest quarter or
of auction twenty-two Vi-t), and also lint weal si do
af tlm northwest of tlm northeast quarter and the
northeast of tlm northwest quarter of aectlou
tweuty stiveii (J ). A 1 III" abov i lands are situa
ted nil lying In township fifteen lift) and In range
two(i). woniofUrd I', M..ln tho county of Alux
ander and atato of Illinois.
'I liorelorit, according to said command, I limit
cxpnsu for sale at public atirt Ion, all thu right, title
and Interest ol'ih iibovn tiametl W illi -in Wagoner.
In aud to the above described property, at 11
o'clock a. tn , on Friday the inh day of August,
lux'), at iho 'vosterly door of tho court house, lu
C"0l", JOHN IIOIMIBH.
rJhorlfl A.leiauder C'jouty.
ILLINOIS CENTKALll. R
Shortest and Quickest Route
ked into .
"','' ho country
Tho Only .Lino Running
0 DAILY TRAINS
Making Diueot Connection
I'm in a Lsuvi C'a mo :
:i:Or h in. Mitil.
driving tu lit. Louis M5 a.m.: t'iilraKo,H:SO n.m
UiiiiBuluK at Oilinand k;tliiiKi,i.m fur Cfucltj!
ball, Lounvlllu, Inillaitapblia and pMnli Kant.
1 1: 1 ) n.m. Ht. Louis mul Wmitwrii
trrlvlriKiDHt. Li.ttli J :ui p. m and cnuiioctlnit
for all points West,
:i:0O p.m. Fust Kxprcaa.
Fi,n.hLV,L ' i?1"- a,rivlDK 'St- Loft
til: 40 p.m., and Chlrauu 7:i a.m.
3:f() p.m. Cincinnhtl Kxprnsssi.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Louisville 6:15
a.Di.; lDdlanai:t 4:06 a.m. PasvnKri br
this train reach tu ahove point ll to ,'Jrt
lluL'llt In advance ol any older rnuta, ,
M.KEPIXiCAH Cairo to Cincinnati, without
rliangea, and throojU ilocpurs to Bt. Louie and
Fast Timo Eut.
Prti'TMrplM hj ,hi" ll,,c (tothronj.il to KaM.
i iia-iuit ia t.r polnta without uy delay
caused by Kiibday Intervnlnj;. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrives In ntw York Monday
uornluKatlO:3!i. Thlrty sli hour In advanceol
CT other route,
lIBPor through tlrVi't and further Information,
ippir at Illinois Central itailicad J'prt, Cairo.
, J. ii. JUN Kb, Ticket Agent.
A. II. UAT80N. Own. Pass. Agent. Chicago
AKRIVA L AM) DKPAHTUKF. OK JtAILS.
I. C. It. K.Ofcroiigh lock mail). .1 a. rn.
.1 n. id .
4 30 p.m,
? p. m.
lo p, in,
T p. m
6 p. m.
i p. in.
Sat. t Mou.
" (wav mall).....
" (Mouthern I)iv
Iron Mountain It II
Wabash It. It
Texaa A Ht. Louis li. ((..
ht. l otus it C'Oro it. K ..
M.ss blver arrives Wed ,
9 p. m.
8 p. m.
(I d. m.
4 p. to.
departs W ed
Fn. it Suti
P 0. gen. del. op n from
P.O. box del. o.cp I rum
...7:at) am loT.aO pm
..n a. m to w p in.
sunnais gee. ce;. open from. ...S a. m. lo 10a.m.
Sundajs box del. open from. ...6 a. ni. to 10:8Oara
tir-NO-TK Changis will be puMlshed from
time to time in city papers. Cliange vntir cards ac
cordingly. VM. M. ML Kl'UV, P. M.
ii. lo 10 a. t
CAA1KO BAPTIST. Corner Tenth aud Poplsr
J trvts; preaching every Sunday mo tiltig and
nlflit at usual hours. Piayer meeting Wednei
day night ; Sunday school, lenn a.m.
Rev. A. W. dl AlIA, Pastor.
pfirRcH OF TUK REDEEM K K (Episcopal
J Fourteenth street; Sunday 7:00a m., Holy
Cod. mtinlon 10:.'!0 a. m ., Morning Prayers 11 a. in.
Sunday school 8 p. m., Evening Prayers 7:i0 p.m
F. P. i avenport, H. T. H. Rector.
I MUST MISSION AHV BAPTIST CHURCH.-
Prea'hlng at 10:i a. n... 3 p. m., and 7:00 p. m.
abbalh school at 7.30 p. m Rev. T. J. Shores,
. a or
I I'TIIKKAX-Thlrtm-nth street ; servkn bb
ba'.h'l :.)o a. m.; Sucday achooHp. m. Rev.
KTIIODIhT-Cor. Eighth and Walnut streets,
.11 Preaching Sabbath ll:iioa. m. and7:S0p. m.
nhday School at :t:iM) p m. lie v. J. A. Scsrrett,
pKKSHTTKRIAN -Kighth street! preaenlng on
I Sabbath at 11:00 a. n.. and 7:S0p. m.; lirsyer
utetlug Wednesday at 7:H')p.tn.; Sanday Scbeol
t 3 p. m. Rev U. V. Oeorge, pastor.
JT. JOSEPH S- tRoman Catholic) Corner Cross
J and Walnut streets; services Sabbath 10:90 .
'i.; Sunday ScIumiI at '2 p. m. ; Vespers 3 p. m. ; ser
li es every day at 8 a m. Kev. O'ilara, Priest.
JT PATKK K'SH Roman Catholic) Comer Ninth
3 street and Washington aveune; services Sab
latb 8 and in a. m. ; Vespers 3 p. m.; Sunday School
i p. in. services every day at h a. m. Rev. Mastoners
ayor Thomas. W. lla ltfay.
Treasurer Charb a F. Nellis.
Clerk- Dennis. J, Foley.
Coiinselnr--W'm. B. (Jllberl.
Marnhal L. U, .Meyers,
ttornoy William Uecdrlrkl.
soaai) or AUianais
first Wsrd Wm.McHale, Harry Walker.
Sei ond Ward-Jesse iltnkle, C. N. Hughes,
Third Ward 11. F. Hlake, Kg ert Smith.
Fourth Ward-Cbarles O. I'aller, Adoipb 8wo
Kllth Ward-Cbas. Lancaster, Henry S'out.
I'lrcnlt Judge- D. .J. linker.
Circuit Clerk A. II. Irvln.
County Judge J. II. Robinson.
County Clerk S.J. Humui.
County Treasurer Miles W. Parker,
Sheriff John Hodges,
Coroner H. Fltr.gerald
County t'ommlsslonere T. W, Ilalllday, J. II.
Mulcahuy and Peter Sauo.
A Now tnd Complete Hotel, fronting on Levoo
Second and Railroad Streets,
Tho Passenger Depot or the Chicago, St. I.oti i
anil .lew Orleans; Illinois Central; Wabash, St.
Louts and Pacific) lion Mountain and Houlhrn
Mobile and Ohio; Cairo and St. Louis i Runway,
are all Just across tho si rent ; whllo tho Steamboat
Landing Is lint one miiiare distant.
This Hotel Is heated by steam, has st nam
Laundry, ll.vdrat.llo Elevator, Klu;trlc C till ;
Automatic Flru-Alarma, Hatha, abso iltely pur lr,
period aoworago and tompletu appolnliuems.
Heiiorh luruishlnK! perfucl aorvlcoi nd an QD
TJ'p.'p AUK KUftCn.!
SpaMMlllr vit br ( use of UlaHn lYMf
staii(, whloh arTsitluallr ourti Nftrtoiu Dbll
Ity, Vemt Tlrlllly. rrsatar 'oil
all lajiublss arlimi fantn oowesk aud siesssat,
MasrviallB mailed ftM,MlMl,bya
irssmng Dr. WUIitar, (ft KaotSt., CUMlnuait. Ct