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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17, 1883,
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The Daily Bulletin.
WiJ' AN!) HH HOB.
, Many in Imslo uud
n!M'iit fit your
A younr lady calls lior lit.-ati "Ilonoy
Buckle," huuiiusu li U always liangin
ovor tlio front railings.
Somebody has been liriejlit onough to
sny: "Lnngtry and (Jiflihard-tho lily
of tho vulloy and valot of tho lily."
"Pap, what was that, t lie govornor of
North Caroliua said to the governor of
South Carolina?" "You are too youug,
toy son, to ask sueh a tiuesiion."
Ono of tho saddest sights iu these
hard times is to see a woman with a
live-foot husband trying to alter his
l:uit9 to lit her six-foot son.
An English magny.Ino is speculating
as to "tho kind ofelothes ghosts wear."
Wo always supposed they wore spirit
Tho waiter 'inferred that the guest
had taken a liltlo soniethinir before sup
per from tho mere fact of his ordering
"lied fraturs and ehork pops."
Joukins says that when lie asked tho
girl who is now his wife to marry him,
she said: "I don't mind," and sho nev
er has minded.
A littlo girl at Newport, seeing tho
willow phaeton for the lirst time, ex
claimed: "Why, mamma, everybody
rides out in their clothes-baskets here!"
An undesirable loan a cyclone.
A rash act catching the measles. A
man that knows tho ropes t lie sherill'.
Waist of time the middle of an
A living brainless baby is attracting
a good deal of attention from tho doc
tors. Watch his progress. Twenty
years hence ho may be hunting tho
tierce anise-seed bag at Newport.
"Mamma," said Harry, "what's tho
difference between goose and geese?"
"Why, don't you know," said 4-year-old
Anuic. "One geese is goose, and a
whole lot of gooses is geese."
Tho poet who wrote "the child is
father to the man" was somewhat dis
concerted when a practical friend ask
ed him how tho case would bo in tho
event of the child being a girl.
"Yes," said tho druggist, "I'm very
sorry I gavo Mr. Snagirs the wrong
dose by mistake and he died. He's the
second good customer I've robbed ray
self of in this way tin's year."
Light-minded young thing in a bath
ing suit ".Surely, Aunt Margaret,
you're not going to wear your specta
cles in the water!" Aunt Margaret
"Indeed, I am. Nothing shall induce
mo to take oft'auother thing."
A fish called tho "whistling sucker"
is sometimes caught iu Walker Lake,
Nevada.' It is called a very remarka
ble fish, but tho whistling "sucker" is
quile common in this part of the coun
try. A IJeaufort bachelor so greatly ad
mired the way in which his house
keeper prepared his coffee that lie pro
posed and was accepted. This is a
pointer for a woman with ambition in
Tho 40-year-old maiden who got mar
ried told a female friend next dy that
she blushed so when the minister was
performing the cvremony that slio was
glad sho had a veil over her face. IVr
Speaking of the house of a lady who
does not intend to spoil her children by
sparing the rod, somebody remarked
how neat and clean everything was.
"Yes," said l'ogg, "everything is like
A young miss of 1( asks what in tho
proper lli'Mg for her io ilo when she is
sercn-ided by a party of gentlemen tit a
hue hour. We are glad to be able to
answer this question. Steal softly
downstairs and untie the dog.
A Maine giri didn't want tier lover to
mine a boat after her, because she
li in't deire to read in the papers that
"Matilda Sloeitm is up for repairs,"
"Matilda S ocurn is on the dock to lie
In front of a colored woman's cot
; . e in Ilackcnsaek stands a pear tree
on which is nailed a shingle bearing
the following legend written in pencil:
"Kifo dollus line, whoevur shaiks dis
A lady speaker was thus introduced
to her waiting audience by a hasty pre
siding officer: "1 have the pleasure of
presenting to you Mr. , who will
give you an account of the 'remissness
es' of her past life, which I am sure
will interest you all."
"Clmwles," sho lisped to her new
beau from Boston, "have you seen Rog
ers' now group?" ''So, ho replied,
"hut I knew Hilly Rogers' old gang,
who backed John L. Sullivan." They
aro estranged. Boston "culchah" was
too much for her.
Six lovoly school-ma'ms wore out
rowing on the placid Monongahola. A
bold, wicked man on shore, who was a
bad boy ti fuw years ago, instead of
taking off his hat aa tho boat went by,
simply remarked: "Behold tho whaline;
If there is any money to lie made on
selling- whisky to Indians, It should bo
made by the missionaries, who bear the
hardships of carrying civilization to the
unenlightened, not by tho sutlers,
who have a good enough thing of it
in playing poker with tho army offi
cers. It was on the piazza of tho Grand
Union, Saratoga. "How beautifully
that woman sings," said one lady to
another, who was in gorgeous attiro
and blazing with diamonds. "In sho a
mcKZo-sopranoP" "No, 1 guess not.
1 think sho is a Swede," replied tho
A conceited young country parson,
walking homo from church with ono of
the young ladios of his congregation,
said, in allusion to his rustic audience,
"I preached this morning to a congre
gation of asses." "I thought of that,"
obsorved tho lady, "when you called
tnera beloved brethren."
A poetess says: "If I were dead, and
thou suoiildst venture near tho collin
whero 1 lay, 1 should know it, I should
feel iu" Not ono reader in a thousand
will believe this wild assertion; and tho
poetess, in order to securo a reputa
tion for veracity, should dio and give a
practical illustration of her alleged
"Didn't I tell you not to ask Uncle
James for money?" said his mother,
casting a hard look at her son. "No,
nia'm." "What! Didn't I toll you this
morning not to ask him?" "You
said not to ask him when you was
around" "Joems!" "But to strike
him for a dollar while you was out an'
you would give me ti nickle of It"
At a school examination a clergyman
was descanting on the necessity of grow
ing up loyal and useful citizons. Iu
order to give emphasis to his remarks
he pointed to a largo flag hanging on
one side of tho school room and said:
"Boys, what is that flag for?" An ur
chin, who understood the condition of
tho room better than tho speaker's
rhetoric, exclaimed: "To hide tho dirt,
An itinerant preacher, who was hold
ing forth to a congregation on tho east
ern shore of Maryland composed chief
ly of oyster dredgers, used the expres
sion: "If your right arm offend thee,
pluck it out; if your eye offend thee, cut
it off'." An old oysterman who occu
pied a front seat, on hearing tho above
expression, remarked in a stage whis
per that was heard all ovor tho church:
"Do vou think wo'vo got eyes like a
An exchange says: "A man was
driving an oldox when ho became an
gry and kicked him, hitting his jaw
bone witli such force as to break his
leg." And we have been fairly wild
ever since wo read the paper to know
who or which got angry at whom or
what, and if the ox kicked the man's
jaw will) such force as to break the ox's
leg, or how it is? Or did the man kick
the ox in the jaw-bone with such force
us to break the ox's leg, and if so,
which leg? It's ono of those things
which no man can fiud out, save only
the man who kicked or was being kick
ed, as the case may be.
Not a Shylock.
A day' or two ago a man who was at
tho Central Depot to tako a train sud
denly cried out that soma one had stolen
his valise, and ho began such a hullaba
loo that everybody had to be interested.
"I sot that 'ere satchel right down
thar' and stepped to the door," ho ex
plained to Officer Button, "and when I
returned it was gone."
"Well, you should havo been careful.
We are not responsible for such losses."
"You ain't eh! Whar's the Presi
dent." Out of the city, sir."
"Whar's the (iineral Manager?"
"lie's sick ahed."
"Whar's the Superintendent?"
"Won't be here till 4 o'clock."
"Wall, now, somebody's got to make
good that loss or about a dozen men
will go to tho hospital for six months
"What was the value?"
"Fifty dollars and not a cent less!"
"What wero the coutents?"
"I had twelvo shirts, a now suit ol
clothes, and overcoat, and a lot other
"Was it a carpet-sack?"
"Otio handlo gone and tho lock brok
en!" "Yes, one handlo was gono, and I had
her tied with a string."
"Is this it?" askotlthe officer, as ho
took the baggage off a bench not six
"Great snake! that's her!" chuckled
In handing it to him tho string broke,
tho bag flew open and out roiled two
old shirts, a pair of socks and five or six
paper collars all there was in it.
"Then these are the duds you want
ed $;W for?" queried tho officer.
"No, sir!" was the indignant rejdv.
"1 should have taken tho money for
los of time and damage to my feelings.
I'm no Shylock, sir!" Ueiroit Free
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To The Went.
There aro a number nl mm.. a li,linir
the HboVL'-inuntuini'd werti
""'"IIJ out UIU MIIW.
anu rename routo is via Saint Louis ami
over the Missouri Piieiilp Kniimau Tn
irunis oauy tiro run irom the Grand Union
fa A t' L T . . a
..!,.. . . .
wcpui, mum wmis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth. Atchison. SI. .Iom.nl. iim.!,.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of tho very
iili.-bi uiuru biu lumcned io an trains.
At Kansas (,'itv Union n...,..
tor Kansas, Colorado. New M... unA i Inl
IfTMia "onpect with expresi trains of al
Af A tnli 1 unm . .a. m .. a ! s .l
tit sivvuirjKiit i:iniiif it nn maf o w n
expron trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection in mado with
Overland train for California.
This line offers to mini.,. iriinllTA 111
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through tho finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Bend for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, Ac, of this
line, which will bo mailed froo.
C. B. Kinnan, P. Chandler,
, Ass t Gen'l Past. Agent. Gen'l Pass Agent,
ILLINOIS CENTHA.L K. R
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv .Line Hunnini?
Making Dikeot Connkotion
Trains Liats Caiko:
3:05 am. Mail,
Arriving Id Ht. Louis MS a.m.; Chicaxo, 8 :30p.m.;
Comieciitik' at Odlu aud KllliiKham for C'lnciu
natl, Louisville, Indianapolis aud points East.
11:1 a.m. Wt. L,ouia and Wesitern
Irrlvlna in Ht. Lonls 7:0J p. m.,. and connective
for all points West.
3:00 p.m. Ktwt KxpreM.
Kur 8t. Lonls and I'hlcaRO, arriving at Ht. Louis
t(C.40p in., and Chicaiio 7:11 a m.
li.bO p.m. Cincinnati Kxprwssj.
rrivlnc at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Loutsvllls :'
a m.; Indianapolis 4:05 a.m. I'assouners by
this train reach the above points la to 3J
UOt'KS In advance ol any othor route.
n-The8:50 p. in. express has PULLMAN
M.fcKI'lNU C'AK Cairo to Cincinnati, without
clianes, and through sleepers to bt. Louis ant
Fast Time Kast.
PrtMPTirrPl'fl b this line ro through to Kssu
I tl!ncllClS era points witbont any delay
caused by Sunday Intervening. The Haturdav after
loon train from Cairo arrives In new York Monday
nornlug at 10:85. Thirty-til hours in advanceof
ot other route.
IST'Kor through tickets and further Information,
ipply at Illinois Central Ballroad Depot, Cairo.
J. ii. JONKS, Ticket Agent.
A, EI. DAMSON. (Jen. Pass. Agont. Chicago
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
P. O. I'm PO
I. 0. R. R. (through lock mall). . 5 a. m. I
" " ..UMua.m p. io
" (wav mall) 4:30p.m. 9p. m.
" ((Southern llv fi p. in. fp. in.
Iron Mountain li. Ii a:' p. m. B p. m.
Wabash R. it In P. in. Hp. w.
Texas 4 St. Louis K. R 7 p. m.Ha. m.
Ht. Louis & Cairo H. R 5 P. m. I :80 am
Ohio River i p. m.4p.tn
Miss liiver arrives Wed., hat. & Mon.
departs Wed.. Krl. 4 Sun.
P O. gen. del. op n from 7::)0am to7:M pm
P.O. box del. oncn from 8a.m. toBo. in.
Hundays gen. de',. open from. ...si. m. to 10 a. in.
Sunilavs box del. open from... .6 a. m. to 10:30 am
ir.M B. Changes win ne pu'tusnea irom
time to time In clt v oarers. Change yntir cards ac
cordingly. WM. U. MUHPUY, P. M.
It. U. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Tra. ns Depart. Trains Arrive.
Mail - 8:05 a.m. tMail I:(.m.
tAccom liit'&a m. I Kipres ll'IOa.in.
xpress a. to p.m. Accora 2:15 p.m.
c. st. L. n. o. it, h. (Jackson route).
tMail 4:45 a.m. JtMatl 4:.p.m.
tKxpress 10'HOa.m.l Express ....10:la.m.
lAccnm S:0o p.m.
st. L. c. r. it. (Narrow-jrauge).
Expr.ss 3:00 a.m.
Express :f a.m.
Ex. Mall...4:10p m.
Accom J2:uO p.m.
Accora I.m.I p.m.
ST. L. A I. M. R. It.
tKxpress 10:30 p.m. tKxpress.
W., ST. L. A P. R. K.
Mall 4 El... .4:0 a.m. I Mall & Ex. ..B. 30p.m.
' Accom 4:(l u.m. 'Acco-n I0::t0 a.m.
Freight 7:45 a.m. Krulght 6 45 p.m.
MOUILK 4 OHIO R. K.
Mall 5:55 a.m. I Mail 9:10 p.m.
Dally except Sunday, t Daily.
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WIDOWS' & OJiPIIANS"
Mutual Aid Society,
of ca u to.
Organized ,Iulv 14th, 1877, Coder the Laws o
tlm State of Illinois. Copyrighted Jul
9, 1077, 1'uder Act of Congress.
JAS. H. MoOAHKY
.. Medical Advisers
I . If. HOHINSON
J. A. CJOLuSTINK
W. II. MARKAN I
J. H. PETRI B 1
THOMAS LRWI8 Secretary
ED. Ii, WHITE Assistant Secretaay
Wm. F. PITCH Kit, L. S. THOMAS,
W.C.JOCKLYN. K. VINCENT,
WILL T. KJCUUUIUI.
HC)AIll OF MANAGKU8:
J. A. (joldstlno, of tioldstlno & Hosenwater, whole
sale and retail dry good, etc. ; Jan. H. McUahey,
lumber dealer; Wm. K. Pitcher, general aaent ;
Albert l.uwls, dealer in Hour and grain; L, H.
Tbotnas, brlcklayor; Moses Phillips, contractor
and builder; II. A. Chtiinliley, grocer; Thos.
Lewis, sicretury and attomey-at-law; v'. H.
Marean, llninnpatlilo Physician; 11. Ha der, of
Hucder Hon. grocers; R, H. ilalrd. street super
visor; Kd H. White, ass't sec. W. z O. M. A. Ho
duly ; ,1. W. Spier, liiinher and saw-mill; K. L.
(lertilgon, barber: R. It. Dlotrlch. clerk W., St. L.
P. R.R.j M. Kobler. morchant tailor: JofT M.
CUrk, dealer In wall-paper and window shades; .1.
K. Kngllsb, contractor and builder; WillT. Kud
hiirn.of Morso Rodbitrn, cigar manufacturers;
V. Vlnrnnt, dealer In llmo ami cement; L A.
Phelps, photographer; W.C. Jocelyn, dentist; S
H.Tabur, mlg. Jowolor;,!. II. Robinson, J. P. and
notary public; J. H. Petrle, physician; II. VV.
Hostwlck, Iniuranre agent: E. K. Jarbon, foreman
Ht. (las mains, and K K. Wslbndgu, lumber aud
saw-mill, of Cairo; II. Lutghton. caslil.r Nat.
llnnk.Htuart, Iowa; Kev. V, A. Wllkereou, Prvors
burg, liy.; J.W. Tarry, physician. Eulton, Ky.
Btato of Illinois, ) In the Alexander Conuty
yss-Clrcult Court, Feburary
Alexander County, Term A. 1). 1H84.
In Chancery Hitting,
Ellon Campbell, complainant,
Hughy Campbnll. defendant.
Mil In Chancery for Divorce.
Theabovu named defendant Is hereby notified
that sitid cotupisluanl, n the loth day of July,
Ink:), tiled in said conrt a certmn hill in chancery
for dlvorcn against yon, and that alias summons
hns Issued thereon remrnablo on the first day of
l, turtn nf nnlil court, to he holdi'D at the
court bouso in Cairo, on tho second Monday of
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