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From tliesa soureuB Brtue tniee fourthiof
the diseases of the human race. These
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Appetite, ilowcl costive, Nick Bead
che, fallnes after eating, aTeratoa to
exertion of body or mind, dnetaUoxt
of food, Irrttabilltr of temper, Voyr
plrlu, a of hawing aegleeted
nme dutr, IMzzlue, FlutUrtng at the
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ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
HE FEELS LIKE A MEW MAN.
"I nave had Dyspepsia, with Constipa-
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The Daily Bulletin.
WIT AND HUMOB.
A great many Y"11 street men now-a-days
are rucn of upif.
It is only 'the man with a pocketful of
rocks who can afford to throw stones.
. Soma of the men who carry tho most
exponsiyo watches never kiiow what
time to go home, . , .
. A colorad wan at Maysville, Ky.,
says he lcxs not care anything about
the oiril riclits decision so long as thoy
don't stop nog raimng. '
"Never mistake perspiration for in
spiration," suid an old minister in his
charge to a young pastor just being or
dained. : ;
Matrimony is suid to be a lottery, but
up to the hour of going to press no law
had been enaoted prohibiting the use of
A young man narried Darling lives in
Fargo, and, when any one calls to him
on tho street, every young lady
within three blocks blushes and looks
around, gently saying, "Sh, sh."
" Under certain circumstances it makes
a man fed mean to have people give
him a wide berth, but somehow It never
does when traveling on a steamboat.
Burlington Free Press.
"Yes," said the high school girl, "I
removed the letter surreptitiously."
"No, you didn't," replied her brother
Jim; "yon sneaked up to the parlor ta
ble and jabbed it in your gripsack."
No, sir," he said, "no tombstone
for me. I don't want folks to come
along, read my name on it and ask,
'Now, who was he, anywayP' " Boston
Somebody, who writes more truth
fully than poetically, Rays: "An angel
witnout money is not thought bo much
of now-a-days as a devil with a bagful
A forgetful set of people: "Yes,"
says Mrs. Parvenu, "wo had a real nico
time at Richtield and Sharon. When I
left I gave my card to lots of people on
tho piazza, b'ut most of 'em forgot to
give me theirs."
An old gentleman who got tripped up
while trying to cross the nallroom, re
marked, as he slowly crawled to a per
pendicular, that it was always pleasant
to be thrown in the company of young
It was tho intelligent foreman of an
esteemed exchange who placed under
the heading "Railway Notes," the
.fashion item "Tho court train will this
. season replace the priucesse and round
"I tell you," said the boy. confident
ly, to a group of youthful friends, "my
mother may seem small don't believa
sho'd weigh more than I do, in her
stocking feet but her slippers is heavy,
though, you bet!"
A French investigator has discovered
that the c!).nrn''ter of a person's dream
depends in a great mpasure on which
side the sleeper lies. The dreams of a
lawyer, then,' who habitually lies on
botn sides, must be very- much mixed,
A race between a pigeon and a pony
iu Kugland was won by the bird. - ThU
isn't considered much of an exploit iu
this country, where a common Ameri
can swallow will take in all the ponios
a barkeeper will trot out. Boston
"Accused," said tho President of the
tribunal, "you have heard the report
of the medical experts that the body
contained a quantity of arsenio sutlf
cieut to kill eight persons; what have
vou to say to it? ' "That my poor little
liusband was a great glutton."
"Do you understand how to fix up
my hair?" asked a lady of a servant
she was about to engage. "Yes, ma'am,
I can fix up your hair in ten raiuutos."
"Ten minutes! What would I do with
myself the rest of tho day? You won't
suit me at all" ,
Progress: Elder sister "Geraldine,
why did you take so much trouble to
snub that handsome, manly young fel
low we just met?" Geraldine "Oh,
that's Harry1 Hardlines. He hasn't a
cent to his name and he's ?ot a mother
to support, and that sort of thing isn't
gooti form, you know, now-a-days."
A Knight Templar in a San Francis
co parlor described the beauties of the
Eastern coast. A San Francisco man
smiled contemptuously and said: "I've
been East myself, and don't think much
of it." "Where were you?" "Why,
East, In Omaha. Tho East ain't as big
"Her face," writes Mr. Richard A.
Proctor, "tolls of a remote youth a
time of fiery activity. Look at her
features, streaked, ringed, and wrink
led ; they tell us of century after cen
tury of disturbance." Mr. Proctor re
fers to the moon, and not a ballet-girl,
as might naturally be supposed.
Tho fair thing: "Now, Mr. Over
charge, what will it cost to have hot
and cold water put all through the
house?" "Well, I can't give a very
close estimate until the job is com
pleted. I will do the fair thing by you,
though." So tho plumbor went to
work, and threo months later he owned
A hospital Professor was making an
amputation in the presence of his stu
dent; meantime the patient groaned
and sobbed. Irritated at hearing so
much groaning, the Professor said to
the patient: "Do me the favor to keep
quiet, for we can't hear ourselvos talk.
There are 100 persons here at least, and
you are the only one who is making
Toto is walking with his grandmother
in the forest. "I say, grandma," he
cries, "if we should meet a wolf!"
"Don't be afraid; there are no wolves,
and if one should come I would defend
you by putting myself in front of you."
"I hat's right," replied Toto, "for
while he was eating you I would have
time to run away."
The high school girl: "Oh, Mildred,"
said Amy to tho high school girl, yes
terday, "you ought to have seen
Adolpnie when I told him he coulda't
come to see me any more he was all
broke up." "Please don't say 'all
broke up,' 1 beg of you," replied tho
high school girl; "say, 'He was reduced
to molecular fragments.'"
"Yes," said Mrs. Brownsmith, "I
want a good girl, and possibly you
might do; but nave you bad auy ex-
CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 23, 1883.
p. ri in i-r "ixparl'iiee, i it?" replied
the damsel, resting her hands on her
hips and to.-sing her head in the air;
"ixparienee, is it? Faith, nnd haven't
Oi been in no less than twinty families
during the last mouth?"
"Don't vou have any schools hereP"
"Had a -kind of a school . hero last
season, but the teacher was too willing."
"How sop" "Oh, some of tho fishers
asked him if he taught that the world
was round or square, and ho said, seuin'
ho was out of a job, he'd teach her
round or square just as , the School
Board wanted it teached. Said it was
immaterial." , ,;
Two Mormon missionaries recently
Presented themselves at the door of
ariuer de Armoud, in Franklin county,
Ind., and asked to stay over night, lie
told them they could not be entcrtalnod.
They insisted on remaining. Ho went
out to the barn and brougTit in a corn
knife. "H you stay I'll cut your heads
off," said he. Tliey left. Kentucky
Prudent excursionist: "But er bo
fore I sit down, I should like to know
your charges. Now, what would a lit
tle dinner be, with soup, fish, cut from
joint, and, say, half a oottle of claret
moderate claret, you know, and "
Dignified waiter: "Bog pardon. Not
my department to hanser questions.
(Impressively.) I only hanser the bell"
A remarkable climate: A Northern
tourist, engaged in looking up the title
to some Texas lands, was sitting in his
room at the hotel. A colored waiter
cani'i in with some clean towels. "What
kind of weather is there outside?" in
quired the man, "li it raining?" -Yns,
Bah," answered the waiter. "De fac'
is, rnos' all do weather we has in Texas
is on tho outside. We doan git much
wedder on de inside, dat is, no hebby
wedder." Texas Sitings.
She Knew Him Best.
John William Blank belonged to the
Ancient and Modern and Highly Hon
orable Sons of Guns of Detroit If it
wasn't that, it was some other fraternal
order which meets every Monday night
and pays so much to the heirs of every
member who happens to dio.
John William happened to die the
other month, and a committee was ap
pointed to draft resolutions and pre
sent them to his wife in- person, The
first part of their duties was fulfilled
to the entire satisfaction of the lodge,
but the committeo had sonio little
trouble in finding Mrs. Blank. They
traced her from ono neighbor to
another, and finally found her at her
sister's, hat and shawl on and
ready to go out.
"Resolutions of sympathy, ch?
Well, read 'em."
Tho chairman of the committee pro
ceeded to read that John William was
a good husband and a kind father and
a citizen of unapproachable integr.ty,
when the widow interrupted:
"Too inueb tally! We used to have
a fight every week, and a for his being
a kind father we never had any chilif-
ren. As tor nis integrity ne stole all
tho wood we burned last winter!"
Tho chairman gulped down some
thing and continued to read that John
William was an upright brother, a
man with a heart full of sympathy for
the misfortunes of others, and that
charity and forgiveness were the bea
con tires which guided his footsteps.
"fudge!' sneered the widow. "I
washed for the money to pay li is dues
to the lodge, and ull the sympathy any
one got out of him wouldn't buy a
ceut's worth of court-plaster! for
giveness! Well, some of you ought to
have sat down on ui hat oomo time!
He'd have revenge if it post him a
year in State Prison, Beacon fires is
purty good, consideriu' that wo never
had a decent stove in the house 1"
"Madam, your husband has been
"Exactly; I was at tho funeral and
ought to know."
"He was cut down like a flower."
"Well, flowers ought to let whisky
and saloons and plug tobacco and old
sledge alone." .
"And we trust that our loss is his
"Well, if he's any better oft I'm glad
on't, but I guess the gain is on your
side. Now that's all 1 want to hear,
lean pick up a thousand better men
than him with my eyes shut. I'm in a
hurry to go down and see a woman
who offers to sell a fur-lined circular
for $15, and if you have any more
highfalutin Shakspeare to git off my
sister will take it in and save it till I
come back!" DUroil Free Fress.
The Tallest of Trees.
Though there is every probability
that California's big tree will maintain
its supremacy as the most massive col
umn in the world's forest, it must per
force yield the palm of the altitudo to
the Australian eucalvptus. In the val
ley of the Watts River, in Victoria,
many fallen trees have been measured
as they lie on the ground, and found to
exceed SoO feet in length. One mighty
giant had fallen so as to form a bridge
across a deep ravine. It had been bro
ken in falling, but the portion which
remained intact measured 435 feet in
length, and as its girth at the point of
fracture is 9 feet its discoverer esti
mates that the perfect tree must have
measured fully 500 feet. Its circumfer
ence, five feet abovo the roots, is 54 feet.
Another gum tree on Mount Wellington
was found to be 102 feet in girth at 3
foet from the ground. Its height could
not bo ostimated owing to tho density
of the forest. But its next neighbor,
which was ninoty foet in circumfo'rence,
was found to be 300 in height. In the
Dandenong district of Victoria an al
mond leaf guru tree (eucalyptus amyg
dalina) has been carefully moasureo,
and is found to bo 430 feet in hoight.
It rises 880 feet before throwing out a
branch; its circumference is sixty feet
Tasmania also produces specimens of
eucalyptus which are 350-feet in height
and which" rise 200 feet ere forming a
branch. Ono near Hobart Town is ninety-six
feet in girth, and, ten years ago,
towered to a height of 300 feet, but is
now a ruin. The question of suprema
cy is, however, confined to tho altitude,
for the untidy looking eucalyptus, with
its ragged and tattered gray bark hang
ing about it in such a slovenly fashion,
can never contest tho palm of might or
majesty with tho stately cedars, whose
magnificent golden red shafts tower on
high like the lluted marble columns of
some vast cathedral. ill the Year
Advice to Children.
Don't sit still like a graven image,
staring at vacancy. People will thiuk
you don't know anything.
Always howl when the nurse shows
you tho paregoric, bottle, because that
will provo you know a good thing when
you see it. : ' ;
When you smilo, always look idiotic.
This will give the neighbors ft chance
to notice now much you resemble your
dear papa. .''"'
If mamma puts you in the cradle and
tells you to go to sloop, shut your dear
little eyes and don't cry uhtil she gets
When papa puts his head down in
front of you, pull his hair till he yells.
It will remind him of how mamma acts
when she's mad.
Whenever papa drops his collar-button
on the floor, quietly creep around
till vou find it and swallow it. He will
then know where to look for it.
While crawling around the floor al
ways clutch the table-cover and pull
like fury. This will enable your parent
I,, select a new nnd more stylish set of
When a fly lights on your left ear, try
kick it off with your right foot, if
your father is holding you at the time
he will exult in your capacity for mak
ing things lively.
The best time to begin your daily
concert is when the clock strikes 2 a.
m. It is then when your fond father is
performing his great snoring act. Ho
will fully appreciate your delicacy in
calling his attention to the fact.
, "Your uncles and aunties will visit
you quite frequently, at a very early
period in your career. On those occa
sions never fail to scream until you are
black in the face. Such action on your
pan will hasten their departure aeon
summation devoutly to be wishod.
Some vif the Phoicgropaor's sources.
"Now, then, sir,"aU tho sitting ar
tist cf a photograph galh-ry, forcing
the back of the reporter's head into a
vice, "keep the head about so, with
tho chin up; and just try and smilo,
The reporter attempted to sniile, but
didn't see why he 6hould hold up his
chip so high.
"That is to prevent a deep shadow
under the lower jaw. You see, our
light comes from the roof. Sometimes
we have to fix a screen to throw the
light under the chin.' We use the side
screens for people who like a white lino
along the nose. Others are troubled
with hollow cheeks, and we have to
throw light from the screens into these
cavities, and fatten them up, so to
speak, with sunlight. Now keep quiet
and look at the corner. Wink, not
often, but naturally. Now smile. You
were speaking of screens," continued
the artist, growing talkative, as the op
eration was over. "Well, the chief
things I have to know are how to use
these screens nnd how to pose custom
ers. If a somewhat lean lady crimes
here for a picture 1 must fill her out; if
she has wrinkles I must smooth them.
Suppose I reflect a screen light across a
biifv's wrinkles; they will look almost
like painted lines in the finished pic
ture. But let me fill tho creases with
light, and they will become delicately
Hcecntviated tracings. And, of course,
such an operation would take ten or
fifteen years oft her presumable age. A
brilliant photographic artist in Sixth
avenue said to me tho other night:
Give me just the light I want and the
proper screens, and I will make you a
Venus de Milo out of an old hag, pro
vided she has simply the structural pro
portions of that statuo.' In . principle
lie wrs right, though he might not be
able to hit the mark exactly in prac
tice." . .
After having used a large number of
preparations tor Catarrh, I have become
satisfied that of them all Ely's Cream Balm
gives me the most relief. I can recom
mend it to hny one who may have Catarrh
Cold in the head or bay fever. 8. B. Lewis,
Priucipal Graded School, Clinton, Wis.
It Seems to Satisfy
A family want, and I wonder how we ever
got along without Parker's Ginger Ionic
It cured me of nervous prostration, and I
have used it since tor all sorts ol complaiuts
in our family. Mis. Jines, Aibany.
furnished with teeth rendered pearly and
glistening by fragrant SOZODONT, usu illy
reuirded as an indispensable adjunct of the
toilet, are perfectly bewitching. So irre
fit-tible does the broad-cloth sex find them,
th it it ri quires the ume'i-t seif-retmint t
i' riirar imprinting a k s- upon them h-re
eviT si o. N- corrosive substance con-
tuninntes this sttndnrd beutitier of he
teeth, from which it removes every impuri
ty. Use it regulariy.
Fur seven y. ats Aden's Brain Food hng
stood the strongest tests its to its merits in
curing Nervousness, Nervous Dfhility nnd
restoring loot powers to the weakened Gro
ative System, and, in no instance, has it
ever fmled; test it. flj G for $5. At
To The West.
There are a number ot routes leading to
the above-mentioned section, but the direct
and reliable mute is via Saint Louis and
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, S vnt Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
finest nicke are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
lfimia rrnnect with eipresj traimofall
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trai for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland trait for California.
This line offors to parties enroute to the
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &C-, of this
line, which will be mailed free. ,
C. B. KlSNAN, F. COAKDUCB,
Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agent. Gen'l Pass Agent.
Cleanliness and purity make Parker's
Hair Balsam tho favorite for restoring the
youthful color to gray hair. ,
Almost Insane and Cared.
"Most of the eminent doctors in he east,
as well as several of the medical faculty in
New Yoik city," writes Rev. P. P. Shirley,
of Chicago, "failed to help our daughter's
epilepsy, which began to show signs of
turning into insanity. By the good provi
dence of God we tried SaraHritsD Nervine,
and it cured her." Yuur druggist keeps it.
Bucuien's Arnica salve
The Best Salve In the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cure6 Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents pur box. For salo by Barclay
Never Hive Up.
If you aro suffering with low and de
pressed spirits, loss of appetite, general
debility, disordered blood, weak constitu
tion, headache, or any disease of a bilious
nature, by all means procure a bottle of
Electric Bitters. Y'ou will be surprised to
see the rapid improvement that will follow;
you will bo inspired with new life; strength
and activity will return; pain and misery
will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice
in the praise of Electric Bitters. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Barclay Bros. (5)
None But yirst Class Goods.
In Watches, Jewelry and Silverware one
should have the best or none. Messrs,
Shcbley & Co., Chicago, are ranking a
specialty oi fine goods, and if you Deed
anything in Watches, iu dust and wnter
proof cases, 8olid Silver or Triple Plated
Ware, Solid Gold or Rolled Gold Jewelry,
stud to Shurley & Co., they will send a
single article at the dozen price. The are
vouched for and endorsed by the United
States Express Co., American express Co.,
Southern Express Co., F. W. Palmer, Post
master of Chicago, Gen'l A. C. Smith, Ex
State Treasurer, and many others. Goods
bent on approval, with privilege of examin
ation, euabling you to do purchasing t
home, Remember, Shurley & Co., 77 Slate
Street, Chiciyo, lit. Lend pon theib new
AND BEACTIFl'LLY ILLUSTRATED CATALOGl'F.
Miliums Given Away.
Millions of bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds, have been given awsy as trial bottles
of the large size. This enormous outlay
would be disastrous to the proprietors, were
it not for the rare merits possessed by the
wonderful medicine. Call at B'trcy
Bros' Drug Store and get a trial bottle
free, and try for yourself. It never fails to
To all who are suffering from the errors
ind indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
a ess, early decay, loss of manhood, Ac, I
will send a recipe that will crc you, fkee
OP chaiioe. This great remedy was
discovered ly a minister in South America.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Joseph T. I.nhan, Station D.. New York
Now is the time to treat Catarrh of long
standing. Ely's Cream Balm reaches ob
stinate cases, where other remedies fail. In
it lies the relief you seek. Price 50 cents.
Apply into nostrils with the finger.
fly virtnu of an execution Issued out of the
dork's onVe of the clici.lt r.nurt of A'l'Xatlrt. rcnsu
ty at d state of Illinois, and to m.i riir.civd. where
by I siu comin&uuVd to make the amount of a cer
tain Jmlment recently obtln,,'l against Honry
Uanakr h fure A I omlnci., Esq., l olice msgt
trete in and fo- the cltv of i airo in alrt coonty and
ftate tn favor of Jaeo Bti i:vr out of tlft lanrl.
tenements, (roods suit chattois of ib a!rl Henry
IlunxakiT, I have U-vicd on the following do
scribed proterty, to-wlt: Lot numbered six (8). In
block numo-red two (2), in the to nof hanrlurkv.
in the county of M xauder aud state of Illinois.
Therefore, accordiui to said cnmma 'ri, I mull
expose for enle at public a .ctlt.n, all the rluht,
title and Interest ;f the. above named Ueory Ilun
saker In and to sh- above deaTibed property,
at II o'clock a.m , on Krlilay the ithday of .Novem
ber.isga, at the westerly door ol tbe court house, in
Dated at Cairo, 111 , tbU rtth day of November, 1(WB
1106-3wd Sheriff Alexander County.
For Sale by
ALLlbAY tiK; I'Hjm.
-m At Hh IN
"J !'It, 'iHUN .VT !.'.
Egyptian Flouring Mils.
Wirhtmi Ch Pi.p Petri for wvPat,
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'8 PATENT
Wholenalo Dealer in Ice.
ICF. BY Til S CAR LOAD OR TON.WKLl
PACKED FOR SHIPPING
Car Loads a Speeialtv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and L?ee,
I. s r iaumtlBf bmk, aal hw SMI p4 m tf
lasuMoat wka bava r It. II upluu lk priMiplH of
lib u. d.ttk md lb. orlio of almMt, ui Iho.ld b r4
uiokisf popit. it eonuioi i.iutoi. preaonpuoiia
i aura of hmftoui and Phvsloal Ddblllti. Lost
Vitality, DsfsotlTO Jfomorr, OMpondsnay, nd Iks
kl trus f duorStrt broufhl so bf overwork u4 tsjdr.
sntloM i tloo prMorlpMons for Catarrh, Sorofola, ato.
A sopy of Ui. work Mat It mall, imnly ttaM, ftis, kg
SSVIrooitig tbo lullwr.
W.Sk 4 AtJl'ESH at. v., vn n, Its it., usfiusa, vara,
Mt.'TUAl. All! iOCIKTV.
REKAl EUREKA! !
SUBSTITUTE Full LIKK INSUB
WIDOWS' & OJIPHANS
Mutual Aid Society
OF OA I HO.
Organlfd Jnlv I Hh, 1K77, t mler Hit- Law o
the !nt" of Illinois. Cu'Vrllited Juh
9, 1877, tinier Art id ('km...
JA8. H. MoOAIIEY.
J. li. MOWN HON...
J. A. liOLoSTlNK.
W. 11. M AHKA I
J. S. PETKIE f "
ED. H. WHITE
..lot Vlce Preselent
- Medical Advisers
Ni'i rr tary
KXKUUTI VK COMMIT TKK.
Wm. P. PITCH KR. L S.THOMAS.
W.C.JOCKLYN, P VINCENT,
WILL T. BEDIlfKN.
BOARD OF M AXAG KltS:
J. A. Goldmine, ol fioIdMlnu i R'f, n water, a hola
sale and retml drv good, etc. ; Jas. Mclishoy
lumber flealur; Wn. . Pitcher, general apeotj
Albert Lewis, dealer in Hour and grain; L. 8.
Thomas, hrlcklajcr; Mo-es Phillips, con ractor
and builder; li. A. cnombley, tfrocer: Tho.
Lewi', secretary and attoriiey-at law; A'. 1.
Marean, INuKcpalnic t'livsiciati ; II Ss ler, of
8tderfc Son. vrurers ; U. 11 Btril. streo super
visor; Kd II. WMtu, a'f't nee. W. A O. M. A. bo
ciety; J. W. Spier, lumber and sn-mlll; V. L.
Oernieon, barber: F. H Dietrich, cle rk V St. L.
A P. R K.; M. Kolner ni- tchrint tailor: Jeff M.
Clark, dealer in wall-paper and liid..w hade; J.
E. Enlifh, contractor and bu.ild.-r; Will T- Red
burn, of Morse 4 Redbtirn, clRiir manufacturers;
F. Vincent, dealer in Mine a :1 cement; L A.
Phelps, photoirripher; W. ('. Joceh n. ilwitiKt; s
II. Taber, mfg. jeweler; .1. II. Ho'di.sun, J. P. and
notary public; J. S. i'etrie, pln:cian; U. W.
Rostwick, lui"iram fl airent; K. K. Jarboe. foreman
St. Uas mains, and K K. WVihrnlitr, lumber and
savr-mlll. of Cairo; II. I.eighton, cali:tr Nut.
lisnk. Stuart, Iowi; Rev. P. A. Wiikers-ju. Poors
nrg, Ky. ; J.W. Tarry, phr'lctsn.Fjiton, Ky.
R R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTKAI. R. R.
' Tra.CB Depart. Train" Arrive.
Mall - a.rr.. ! iVU :ia.m.
Accoin 14:a in. I Kx;re. .. .11 lOa.m.
Express 8 V. p.m. '.c urn i:! p.m.
C. T. L N. o. B. It. (JirkM'I) route).
'Mail :. m. 1 1 -'ill 4 At p.m.
tExpress 10 os, m. K preen ....10:30a.m.
..vao p ni. i
4C. M. it. (Narrow-gauge V
... 8'0na m. I Express . ... 1 :P a.m,
. 10;ia.ni. it. 4 Mai:. .4 :10 p m.
..12: -fi D.m. j Au-oru 2:00 p.m.
Ex t t ail .
T. L. & I. M R. R
tKxpress 10:30 p.m. 'Kitrf 2:30 p.m.
W., ST. L. r K It.
Mall A Ex -....4:0 a.m. I '.Vail A Ex.. 9.80p.m.
Accoiu 4:0) p.m. I 'Aico u .......10 ,0a.m.
Freight 7:43 a.m. Freight 6 4j p.m.
mobile a ohio n. n.
Mall r.:5n a.m. Mall 9.10p.m.
Dally except sap -a)-, t Dailir.
TIMK ( .K1
I fin PO
I. C. R. R. (through lock mail). f a. m.
" ..11: i a m
" (way mail) 4 W p.m.
" (Southern DW ..i p m.
Iron Mountain It. K '.'::)" p.m.
Wabash H It I p. m.
Texas A St. Lonis H. R 7 p. m
8t. Louis AC IroK. K 5 p. m.
Ohio River -i P. m.
8 a. m.
4 p. m.
MiBS Liver arrives Wed . Sat Mon.
" departs Wed.. Kri. A Sun.
P O. gen del. op n from 7:30 am to 7:31 pn
P.O. box del. o. cp from H a. m to 9 p. m.
Sanday gen. del. open from.. ..Ha. m. to 10 a. m.
Sandavt bui del. opeu from ...Ha. m. to 10:30 am
tJjIOT8 Change will be. pn'illshod from
time to time tn city papers. Change vnnr cards ac
cordingly. WM. 31. .MURPHY. P. M.
( ' H i K C H KS.
C1A1RO BAPTIST. Corner Ttr.lh and Popltr
j streets; preaching every Suntiay mo'hlngand
nlcht at uenal hours. Prayer nn.-ei in Wednet
day night; tiunday school. H:fl" a.m
Itev.JNO. F. EDEN, Pastor.
CHURCH OF THE REDEEMER (Episcopal
Fourteenth street; Sunday 7:M)a m., Holy
Communion 10:30 a. m., Mon.tug Prayers 11 a. m.
Sanday school 8 p. m., Evening Prayer 7:40 p.m
F. P. Davenport, 8. T. l. Hector,
t IH8T MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH.
v Preaching at 10:30 a. n... 8 p. m., and 7:80 p. m.
abbath school at 7:80 p. m Rev. T. J. Shore,
I CTH EUAN Thirteenth street; eervlte 8t
1 j batb 1 :30 a. m. ; Sanday school p. m. Rev.
METHODIST Cor. Eight and Walnnt street,
Preaohlug Sabbath 11:00. m. and 7:80 p.m.
nnday SchoJ at :00 p. m. Rev. J. A. 8crrett,
nHESBTTERI AN Eighth street; preacnlng on
I Sabbath at 11:00 a. m. and 7:80 p. m.; prayer
neeting Wednesday at 7:80p.m.; Sunday 8ohol ;
i S t . m. Rev B. Y. tieorie, pastor.
ST. JOSEPH 8 -Rotnan Catholic) Corner Croi
and Walnnt strcots; services Sabbath 10:80a.
a. ; Sunday School at S p. m. ; Vespers Jp m.: ser
nces ovcry day at 8 a. m. Rev. O'Hura, Priest.
iT. PATRICK"S-(Roron Catholic) Corner Ninth
0 street and Washington avenne; service Sab
oalh 8 and 10 a. m. Vespers 8 p. m. ; Sanday School
1 p. m. services every day at 8 a. m. Rev. Mastonert