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Lumbago. Baoache. Headache, Toothache,
ore Tlironi. frurlllniM. "'!' HruUe.
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tuning, i.s. a
A Va'nahle D scovery f r supplying Masrnetlm to
the Human Svt em Electricity and Magnetism
uitlixed a never before (or Healing the Kick.
THE MAGS ETON APPLIANCE CO.'S
Masrnetic Kidney Belt!
FOR MEN IS
WARRANTED TO CURE
XT liri Ni d. the following diseases wlibou'. med
icine f'iiNt m tub back, aipa, hubos ukh,
NBHVOl'S UBH1UTV, U'XBAOO, O EKL BBB LITT,
RIHlUiTiSM, PaBALV-IS. KBTRAUIIA, BCIATIA,
DIHbAtttlX OF TUB KtilNEY., BPIKAL DlbBABK. TOkPID
litek.' ttout. Seminal Kmissiuns, Impoiency,
Asthma, 11. B t Dtre.'.fL-, Dyspepsia, Constipation,
Erysipelas, Indigestion. Hernia ur Rupturu. tat
arrh, Piles, hpllepsy. I'jmh Airoe, etc.
When any debilitv of iho (jKNKKATIN 4 OR
GANS occurs. Lost Vitality, Lack of Nerve Force
anSVifi.ir, A&suns e:ikn'-ea, and all those Dis
eases of a personal ua'.uro, Irorn whatever cauaa,
tnecontiuuuus stream of mat'uetlem permeating
through the purls, must n a tore them to a healthy
action. .There ia no mistake about thia App.i-
TO" THE LADIES: T&fiSZ
Weakness of the pine. Falling of the Womh,
Leucarrl.re-i, Chronic Inflammaiion or Ulceration
of the Womb, incidental Honnrrhage or Flooding,
Painful, bupprttiH'd and Irm'Ular Meuatrtiation,
Barrennes. and Change of. Life, thli la the Beat
Aupii.meo and Curative Agent known.
For a;l lofin of I'etnslf Di Dcultiea it la unsur
passed by anything oefore invented, both aa a
curative ajent and aa a source uf power Ld vital-ifaiiou-
Price of cither Bfl1 with Magnetic Insoles, 110,
aent by rxpreB C O. I). . ami exa;niuation al
lowed, or nv mall on receipt of price. Jo ordering
lend measure of waist aud elm of shoe. Kemlt
tance can be made in cnrroucy, Bent in letter at
our rl. ,,
The Magnetic Garments Ire aiapted to all agee,
are worn ver the underclothing (nt next to the
body like the many liAlv uii - aiH Electric Hum
buga advmis d ao extensively), and should be
tak n off at n got. Thev hold Uelr POWSK
FOKEVKK. and are v,orn at all seasons uf the
"end stamp for the "New Departure In Medical
treatment Wliho-t Medicine," with thouaanda of
THE MAGNETON AI'l'I.IANCB CO.,
- 218 Snw Street, Chicago, 111.
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currency (in letter at our rlski wit.t sire ol shoe
ncally wo'n, aud try a pair of our Magnetic In
soles, add he convinced of the power maiding In
our other Magnetic Appliances. Positively no
Cold leet when they are worn, or a.oney refunded.
As an inv'goraut.' Uoatetfr'i Momaeh Bitters
has received the most positive endor-ement from
emlntnt pbyf Iciai s. and b'B lor.g occuplod afore
most rank among s'a'.dard proprietary rcmdlee.
It propertie" a an alurnailw of disonlered con
ditions of the e'.omach. liver and bowels, and a
prever.tWe of malariti diceasea are no lees renown
ed, and have heeu accorded emphatic professional
For sale hv all drugeUts and dealers, to whom
pply for Hostettir" A.munac for ltiol.
"Who vaiit glossy, luxuriant
and wavy tresses of abundant,
tK'autiful 11 air must use
LYON'S HATHA IKON. This
elegant, cheap article always
makes the Hair erow freely
and fast, keeps it from falling
out, arrests and cures gray
ness; removes dandruff ami
itching, makes the Hair
strong, giving it a curling
tendency and keeping it in
any desired position. Beau
tiful, healthy Hair is the sure
result of using lvathakon.
AIJ ja r O Omk,Kpra,n.VVruche.IUieu.
Sl3 n j1 l. m I mikiisiu. Ni urala, Bclatica,
Flrurtny Faint, Htitrh in the
Bldr, HvJiMbA, Swollen JuinU,
I Ili-art VUtu, Ikir Mutclea,
Palo In tha Cheat, and all lit aud ai-b.-a either locl or
taiwuibtft&rtiiitiuitlr n llereil and siinedllT cured by
tht well-anown ll"P J'la.lrr. ComponiuM, at It la, of
the medlctiuU virtue of freh II. .p., Uunu, lKUsanisand
EztracU, It Is lndid !" tMlri-klllInK, atlmulattoR,
ootblagandstreriirtlienlnir Purous lliuiu-r ever mads.
Hap ItuMttrt are a dd I.J all drugtflAa and country stores,
ft cent or Bve for II i f n
lulled on rwwl) of
prlee. HP tWttrCo., nrnwrnrnm
rropidMort tiid JUnu- Dl ACTCD
factum. Bo.tnn,MMs-rlai V I Saw 1
.mlimI t..r.iruii. Uui 6rHtu. sour nt.iuu.-li tiid liver
Imm ciirwl by HtwIy's Worawh Jid t.lTr Pills. fUrta.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING DECEMBER 25, 1883.
The Daily Bulletin.
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All Commnnltatlons ahould be addressed to
K. A. BCRNKTT.
Publisher and Proprietor.
The first recorded shipment of Amer
ican cotton to Liverpool was in 1770.
The French executioner's name is
They make paper barrels at Akron,
John DenJijohn, of Peru, Ind, refus
ed to change, his name and thereby lost
a wife worth 200,000.
The Mormon missions in the Sand
wich Islands have published a report
claiming a membership of 3,600. The
church owns a large sugar plantation.
, Mineola has the longest wagon road
bridge in Texas, if not in the world.
It is across the Sabine River and swamp
a mile and three quarters.
The remains of Harvey, discoverer of
the circulation of the blood, have been
placed in a thousand-dollar marble
collin by the Royal College of Physi
cians. During the last thirty years the
Church of England has raised f 250.000,
000 for the building and repairing of
churches and cathedrals, and 5O0,uO0,.
000 for endowments.
The wine products of California the
prt'sent vear will be about 10,000,000
gallons1,000,000 gallons less than that
of 182, and about 4,000.000 gallons
less than the expected product.
King Cetewayo has now entirely re
covered from his wounds, but is in a
very unhappy state of mind. His
"army" has dwindled down to about
sixty men and women.
The highest point on the Rocky Moun
tains reached by tho Northern Pacific
Railroad is 1.2U0 feet below the summit
of the Sierras, on the Central Pacific
The elegant pastime known as the
"cake walk," hitherto known among
the colored circles of society, has been
introduced at elite entertainments in
Philadelphia with great success.
It is somewhat noteworthy that,
while the aggregate vote for Governor
in Ohio was 718.1G6, there were, as the
oflicial count shows, only eleven scatter
ing votes, all tho rest being given to
the four regularly nominated candi
dates. One of tho Chinese generals named
Fang seems to have a fancy for tall
grenadiers something like that of the
old Prussian King Frederick. Not long
ago he gave a man eight feet and five
inches high a large salary for acting on
It is said that no arrests for carrying
concealed weapons have been made in
Kentucky since Proctor Knott's inaugu
ration as' Governor. Whether the boys
have left their guns at home or a con
cealed weapon is no longer contraband
of war is not stated.
The Georgian's mouth waters while ,
he talk of 'possum, hedged in with
brown gravy and sweet potatoes with
sugar on them. A Georgia editor, who
ait.-uded a hunt and the subsequent
fea.t, remarks: It was the tirst pos
hum we ever ate, but if our legs hold
out it will not be the last one."
Jonathan Davis was a bachelor of
ixtv-tive and Elizabeth Elyett a maiden
of sixty. They had lived in the same
county in Georgia all these years, but
they met for tho first time at an evening
party last week. It was a case of love
at first sight on both sides. Jonathan
proposed, and they were married then
Silas H. Carrington, of Bristol, Conn.,
'lias, it is said, probably the largest col
lection of shells in the state, and an ex
cellent collection of stones, among
which is an agate that is said to be the
largest yet discovered. He is a farmer,
but has spent the past two winters in
Florida, where a great part of his col
lection was obtained.
One Mormon superstition is that
children, when ill, may be cured by the
laying-on of hands. More than 5,000
of the little ones are said to have died
in the last twenty-five years who might
have been saved by medicine. The
laying-on of hands is of no benetit to a
child, except wh.m he talks back to the
William Mather, who is in this coun
try under a commission from the Brit
ish Government, to investigate and
report upon the condition and progress
of technical education in America, finds
in tho United State's "a manufacturing
skill and engineering ingenuity that
cannot be observed anywhere else in
Dr. Philip Livingstone Jones, a
Brooklyn phvsician, was reported to be
worth 'f 1,000,000. According to his
will offered for probate recently, he is
worth only about $1,000, but it is
thought he had forgotten he was the
owner of several valuable pieces of
suburban property, being very absent
minded about everything except mat
ters relating to his profession.
An ingenious English manufacturer
has by a simple and workable invention
of a coiled spring succeeded in dispens
ing with the need of driving sewing
machines by hand or foot. A few turns
of a handle winds up sufficient power
to keep a machine going at full speed
for over an hour. It is completely un
der control as to tho rate of stitching
and stopping, and can be applied to
any existing machine at moderate cost
Connecticut's Roard of Health is in
vestigating . a poisonous wood from
Panama, termed cokobola. It takes a
brilliant polish, and is much used for
knife-handles and ornamentation, but
poisons the men w ho work- it. Child
ren playinr in its sawdust have had
their feet poisoned, and at a large facto
ry in Elm street, Bridgeport, chickens
have died after eating the dust that had
settled on the grass.
The new edifice U be erected lu SU
Petersburg as a memorial of tho late
Czar, and which is to stand upon the
snot where the Czar fell, will be an old
Muscovite structure of the seventeenth
century stylo. It will have six cupolas,
resting on columns of porphyry given
by the present Czar. The entrance
will be from the opposite side of the
canal.through a detached belfry and
over a bridge.
Mules are used instead of horses in
the mines and tunnels in the West.
Mr. Adolph Sutro describes those in his
famous tunnel as the miners' pets, and
are cared for with as much tenderness
as children. The animals become so
accustomed to darkness that they can
not see on emerging into sunlight, and,
to obviate this difficulty, the men in the
Sutro tunnel are in the habit of cover
ing the right eye of tho mule while in
darkness and the left eye when in the
light, so that the animal will always
have the full use of at least one optie.
A family living near De Soto, 111.,
have a coon, three years old, which
was caught when still blind. An old
cat at once took charge of and cared
for it as if it were one of its own little
ones. Now the coon takes care of it
self, although the cat continues to feed
it with mouse and rat dainties. The
children in the house have taught
the coon any number of little tricks,
6uch as begging for a biscuit, putting
its paws about one9 neck. Her couch
at night is on the dining-room lounge,
and she shares that with the dog, who
allows none of his kind to approach or
annoy her, and is almost as fond el ter
as the cat.
Tom Thumb's little widow is in Cin
cinnati. She has been interviewed, and
said: "I was so lonely at home I could
not remain there. The General and I
lived together twenty years, and in
that time were constantly together.
Ho never left me except for a few min
utes at a time. With us it was not like
it is with most married people, where
they are often separated for long peri
ods, and thus become in a measure ac
customed to being alone, I could not
be alone, and, as I feel more at home
when 1 am before tho public, I thought
it would be better for me to appear in
public again. Some people think it is
strange that I appear again, and es
pecially upon tho stage, but they do
not understand how it is with one who
has been before the public as long as I
have. To remain at home after 5'jch
an active life, and especially without
the General, was too much for me."
Taking Care of Nice Dresses.
There is an old proverb that i ays a
ladv is always to be known by her boots
and gloves. Quite as crucial a test is
the laculty of taking good cure of her
costumes, and one that unite as dis
tinctly marks the well-bred ladv. Any
one can buy an elegant wardrobe if
they have money enough, but to take
the requisite care to keep it fresh and
dainty requires something more than a
check-book. Of keeping nice dresses,
a lady writes:
Each dress should have its own wrap
or cover to keep it from chafing atd
fading. Take tine, firm cotton cloth,
something over a yard wide, cut it into
squares, then hem and wash the
squares. Thev should be fine, take no
room and weigh little; firm, to keep
awav from dust; hemmed, that vofj
may" keep the same side next the silk,
ami washed, to do awav with the
lileuchinc chemicals, which are liable
... . . .
to chiin.'e tne cnior of the silk, rolu
the bottom of the train back and forth
in about eighteen or twenty three-inch
folds, so as to tit the box you have for
lL Ihe bottom now bcinjr, all together,
you will cover it with a small cloth or
towel, to keep the dusty train from
rubbing again-t the cleaner parts of
the robe; roll the whole dress loosely
to the size and shape of the box, lay it
upon the white cloth, and fold the cor-
rs of the same over the top oi tne
package and place it in the box. Now
oosen the roll and adjust it to its space,
so as to favor any delicate or easily
crushed portion of the dress as Medi
ci collars, flower garniture, emoroiuery,
etc., relieving crowded places, and dis
tributing the thick, to the thin spots.
When you come to use the robe shake
it out, and you will find it in good con
dition. The fold of a dress or shawl
will often work up between the trays
of boxes, and by motion of cars, wag
ons, etc., get chafed into noies; to
avoid this rin the cloth over so it can
not jut over the box. To pack laces,
fold them in blue tissue paper or 6oft
linen, because white paper contains
bleaching acids and discolors and de
cays the ribbon or lace. The same is
true of white shoes and gloves, and es
pecially silver ornaments. The latter,
though worn every evening, retain
their purity and brilliancy for months
if kept closely in blue tissue paper.
oes and slipper should never be
folded together without a cloth or pa
per between them, as the sole of
soils the upper of the other. Put
in the cloth, turn it over, then add
An old gentleman entered a Michi
gan avenue car at Twelfth street yester
day, walked forward and deposited i
before-the-war umbrella upon the seat.
returned to the rear door, opened a
bead purse, extracted two quarters
and handed them to the conductor,
with the remark:
"Eef it please you, fecfty cent tick
ets." The conductor handed him an en
velope and the old gentleman returned
to his seat. Drawing from his pocket
and adjusting to his nose a pair of iron
rimmed spectacles, he drew the ticket
from the envelope and pint bed it to see
if it contained anything more. Then
he unfolded the ribbon of tickets, read
the printing upon the first oue, compar
ed it with the second, turned them
over and scrutinized the other side, and
closely scanned each one in order, occa
sionally comparing them with the tirst
When apparently satisfied that they
were nil alike, he counted them bj
tellinrr them oil between his hnirers.
All this had been highly entertaiuing
to a well-dressed young lady sitting
opposite, and at Ihe moment when he
concluded his computation and raised
his eyes, she, was smiling broadly
Looking out over the top of Ins specta
cles he regarded her intently for a mo
ment, and then, leaning forward, said
"Ect iss all right, Madam."
Then the other passengers smiled
Detroit Fi ne I'ras.
Didn't Hit Him.
A tough old debtor iu a town acrosi
the Hudson entered a grocery theothor
morning and stood for a long time look
ing at an exhibit ion of idug tobacco. The
grocer felt certain that the old man
wanted credit, and ho determined to
rnad him oft. He therefore observed:
'I have to sell that tobacco for cash
"You do, eh?"
"Yes, sir. Tobacco is cash on the
"Tea aud coffee?'1 '
"Cash all cash. Soap, molasses, po
tatoes, candles, kerosene, butter, flour,
rice, hams, starch all are spot cash."
The old man stood and looked over
the stock for live ' minutes, and then
Jieaved a long sigh, and replied:
"Well, Mr. Waters, that don't hit
me worth a cent. I w.nit to get trusted
for three dozen clothes-pins." W'ull
Mokday Evening, Dec. 24, 1883.
The weather for the past three days bat
been soft and wet, knocking the bottom
out of the poultry and game market.
The market is generally quiet and dull
unusually so far this ae&son of the year,
with full stocks of all kinds of farm pro
duce. FLOUR We note a good supply and
very light demand.
HAY The market is over supplied and
ales are slow.
CORN Not much selling. Receipts
bare been liberal and the market is well
OATS The supply ii light and prices
are firm and unchanged.
MEAL 8tocks are not large and pricti
range according to brand.
BRAN The demand it fair and ttockt
BUTTER Choice is in steady demand.
Common is overstocked and dull.
EGGS The bottom seems to h&v fallen
out of the market and prices are several
cents lower to-day.
POULTRY Shippers and otnert held
off for the holidays and the resultt wat a
glut in the market, which taken with the
changed weather of Saturday forced holden
to sell at a ncrifice. The market ii over
stocked and tbippers will be disappointed
in the returns and prices.
GAME Quails find a fair market, but
as a rule, gams is overstocked and dull.
APPLES Choice stock found ready sale
and prices are firm.
POTATOES As a rult, the msrket is
dull, with prices unchanged.
Salea and Quotations.
WOTB. The prtcM here fivan are ror sales froa
trst hands In round lota. An advance 1
charred for broken lotata nu'.neorders.
too bbls extra fancr
....3 SOa.5 50
90 bbls various gradei.
v nbla larntiy.
IijQ bbls cbo'ct..... -
4 cars gilt edge small bale
cara rnoice i lmotny targe naiee ,
I cart prairie ....
i car Diime.. -
2 cart choice
1 car threshed
9 cart new mixed In bulk..
2 cart new white In balk....
2 cars new white In sacks..
? cart choice in balk .
2 cart mixed In balk.
So. S Red. per bo
No. Mediteranean 100
m bbli Citf on
ordera I VZi 45
400 ponnfle choice Northern packed Wltl
tin pounds choice Northern dairy 235
800 pounds Southern lilt 1""!
W ponndt creamery KQ.'T
I 0 pounds choice roll 20
Iff! doaen 83
frO doxen 2nft23
600 doaen - 18-420
S coops bene
Scoops mixed ,
Quails per dot
Wild turkeys per dozen
. 0039 on
Wild qucks per aoxen
Per bbl choice Ben Davit
a 2MM 80
" . Rome Beauty
0 .WJtV) OU
..-..2 ma oo
2 0O32 BO
Potatoes per bath Peach Blow...
Potatoes per hnth Early Rote
Potatoes por bbl
According to tlxe .-. e
Tuo-wat bed..... ...M.MM...M.... . .. .
.10 roi8 u1
a e !
Plain bama - none
H. C. nmt - - IS
Clear sides....... . 0
Sides - none
. i m
?V4 bushel hnrlapt .
Peacbet, halves and uuartert.
....... . ..........
10 to IS
10 to 45
. W to H
78 to too
Reavr per pound
Bear - 1 00 to I 00
Dry Flint choice...
(ireen Salt.... ...,
Sheep Pelts, dry .
Hheep Pelts, green
(lommon Lng - - ft TSO)
uood lngl f rn o w
cwL-af 4 7V3 S
Medium Leaf Va T X
Go-4Laf T SOO I
RATES Of FR8HUT.
... .... 17?
Vlckshurg. Prentest House i per cwt ligner
All otbsr war points below Memphis toNew Or-
eana, same rates as to K luet too .
That weak back or pain in the side or
hips you will find immediately relieve!
when a Hop Platter is applied. It streng
thens tht muscles, giving the ability to do
haM work without suffering. Take none
but this, 'tis sure.
Another Life Saved.
J. C. Gray, of Dadevllle, Ala., writes at:
I have been nslLg your Da Wat. HALL'S BAL
SAM FORTH K LCNO.H. and lean tay of a tint
It it far superior to any other Long preparation in
the world. Mr mother was confined to her bed
four weeks with a cough, and had every attntlon
by as good Hbyslclans tt there are In the con a try,
and they al failed to effect a core; but when I
ot one bottle ol your Da. . II ALL'S balsam
FoK I HK LUNGS, the hgan t me- d right away.
I can aar in truth that It was the means or saving
her life. 1 know of Ave eases that Dr. Wm Hall s
Balsam hat cured, and my mother If better now
than she has ben before for twenty jtara.
It 'the BEST SALVE for Cutt, Brultet,
fleers, bait hheum. Tetter, I'btpped
rhllhltlnt Corns, and all kinda of Skin ErBDtlttil,
Freckles snd Pimples. Get US KID CAnBUL
IC sALVt.as all others are counterfeits. Price
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and b :ken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth? If so,
send at once and get a bottle ot Mrs. wins-
lows Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing, its value it incalculable. , it win re
lieve the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhoea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and beet female
physicians and nurses in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
The most delicate persons enjoy taking
Emory's Little Cathartic Pills, give a whole
some appetite, put new life in a broken
down body. 15 cents. (5)
Do Not Be Deceived.
In these times of quack medicine adver
tisements everywhere it is truly gratifying
to find one remedy that is worthy or praise
and which really does as recommended.
Electric Bitters we can vouch for at being
a true and reliable remedy, and one that
will do as recommended. They invariably
cure Stomach and Liver OomplaintB, Dit..
eases of the Kidneys and Urinary diffi
culties. We know whereof we speak, and
can readily say, give them a trial. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Barclay Bros, (t)
uncKien'8 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
cures Piles. It in guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For tale by Barclay
None But First Class Goods.
In Watches, Jewelry ana silverware .jm
should have the best or none. Messrs.
Shcrlet & Co., Chicago, are" making a
specialty of fine gooL-and if you need
anvthin? in Watches, in dust and water
proof cases, Sol'id Silver or Triple Plated
Ware, Solid Gold or Rolled Gold Jewelry,
send to Sburley & Co., they will tend a
single article at the dozen pric. They are
vouched for and endoreed by the United
States Exprees Co., American express C.,
Southern Express Co., P. W. Palmtr, Post
master Of ChiCHL'o, Gen'l A. C. Smith, EX
State Treasurer, and many others. Goods
sent on approval, with privilege of eiamin
ation, enabling you to do purchasing at
home. Remember, Sburley & Co., 77 State
Street, Chicago, 111. Send FOR their mew
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LLINOIS CENTKA.L R. R
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Shortest and Quickest Route
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St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line Hunnina:
Making Direct Conneotiom
TaaiBt Ltava Caino:
Arrivlugln St. Louis 1:48 a.m.; Chicago, 8:80 p aa.i
Connecting at Odin and StSngbam for Cincin
nati, Loaievllle, lndianapohi and polnta Beat.
p. m. Fatjt Bt. Louia
lng in Bt. I -outs t:48 p
m., and conutotlag
3 45 p.m. Kant Kxpreet.
For St. Loait and Chicago, arriving at St,
tu )p.m., aua inicagoTato a.m.
Ii 46 p m. Cinoinnattl Kipraea.
arriving at ClnelLnatt 7:00 a.m.; Louitnlle t:9t
am.; IndlanapolU 4:16 a.av Paseengtra by
this train reach the above point la to ao
UOUKb in advanct ol any other route.
pr-ThaJiM p. m. .xpretl haa PCLLMAI
M.KKPLNU CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, wltawat
-hanget, and through tleepert to St. lioala sal
Fsifit Time Kant.
Pit rrorc bf tot "na go through to Xatt,
ra?CUJ;rIT erB point without any a.lay
-anted by Sunday intervening. The Saturday arte.
toon train from Cairo arrive la new York Moaaaay
uornlug at 10:36. Tblrty-tlx honrtin advaaeotaj
v other route.
ay For through tickets and further tnforsaaUom.
tnolr at Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
A. H. HANSON. Geo. Fata. Agent. Chlcacw .
R R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
Tra.et Depart. Tralnt Arrive,
c. sr. L N. o. b. R. (Jackson routf)
tVail 4 45a.ro. ItWalt.. 4:p..
tKipreit ..... lOsoa.m. Kiprett ....1040 a.aa.
'Accoin .1:50 p m.
it. l. c. a. r. (Narrow-gauire). '
Ixpms .J:00 a m. Expreas 1:14 a. sa
Kx K sail... l":ia m. Ex: Mall. .4:10b at.
Ateora lutts p.m. Accom..-. ..2tt p.m.
ST. L. I. U. R. R.
tExpreti 10:30 p.m. Btprert.-..l:SO p.m.
W., ST. L. P. R. R.
eMail Ex 4 0a.m. I 'Mall St.. SOp.m.
'Accom 4:00 o.m. I -Acco-n ......rO.'tta.m.
Freight...- 7:46 a.m. Freight t 46 p.m.
- MOBILE OHIO B. R.
Mall 5:56a.m. Mtll 1:10p.m.
DaUy except sup Jay. t Dailv.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF
I. C. R. B (ttrouch lock mail).
" (war mall)..
" (southern Dlv
.4 SO p.m. It p.
.a p. m. i vp.
Iron II on n tain R. K
V. abash ft. K
i:"P. m. 1 1 p.
to p. m. 1 1 p.
T(as JtSt. Loots K. R..
T p. m. 1 1 a. m. ,
. S p. a. I S.ao aaa -
p. m. I 4 p. aa.
hat. A Mon.
Ki UolAC,lro IL K...
Mitt hlver arrlv.t Wed .
" departs Wed.
P O. gen del. op n from....
O. gen del. oo n from , :S0 am U7:W
P.O. box del. den from 6 a. m tot, m.
Bandart gee. !:. open from. ...8a. m. to 10 a.m.
Bundayt box del. open from....t a. m. to 10:80 am
rVNOTK .-Chang will be puMlahed from
time to time In dtr bsbert. Change vour cards t
cordlngly. WM. tf . MURPHY. P. hL
Sayor-Thomas W. Ha liday.
Treasurer Cnarlt F. Nellis.
Clerk Drnnls. J, Foley.
Counselor Wm. B. Gilbert.
Marshal L. II. Mryura,
.ttnrnev Wllll.ro Hendricks.
Police Magistrate-A. Comings.
first Ward-Wm.McHale, Harrv Walker.
Second Ward- Jesse Hirkle, C. V llaghet.
Third Ward-B. F. Blake, Fg ert Smith.
Ponrth Ward Charles O. Patter, Adolph BwS
tfi Ward Ct.at. Lancaster, Henry Stout.
Circuit JuAieU. J. Baker.
Circuit Clerk A. H. Irvln.
Cnunty Judge J. H. Poblntoo.
County Clerk S.J. llumm.
County Treasurer Milee W, parker.
Sheriff lohn Hodge. illdir.
Coroner R. Fltagerala
Connty Commissioners T.f -
Mulcabe? and Peter Sann
1 streets: pri'
leht Bt Usual h
day night; Sunday
P. P. iUt.nn
i 1 I'lKST MISBlO
-f V l'riiacblrigatl0:8o
labbath school at 7:30
IJ'tH BRAN Thirteenth street:
I . bath 1:30 a. m.; Sunday school a
Eighth and rValnCk
Preaching Sabbath 11:00 a. m. and7:
nnday bchoul at 4:uo p. m. Iter. i. A. So
p is or.
I UE8HYTEKIAN Klgbth eiieet; pseacnlns J
I Sabbath at 11:00 a. nv. and 7:30 p. m.;pre
-Meting Wednesday at 7:8') p.m.; bunday 9ch
it 3 p. m. Rev B. T. George, pastor.
oT. JOSEPH S iRoman Catholic) Corner Croi
1 nrt vniout etreett; Jlaat every Bunder at
and IS a. m.; Sunday school at i p.m., end Vesj
era at Bp. m, H-. si every morning at 8 a. m. R'
C. Sweeney, pastor.
OT. PATKICU'S-(Roman Catholic) Corner NIntI
street and Washington avenue; Man aven
Snnday and 8 and 10 a. m. : Sunday tcboo at I p.m
ana vespen ttnp. m, a ass eve y morning at
p.m. Kev. J, Murphy, pastor. -
Dials at ra .
n.OUR, GRAIN AND HAY
t ' f r ' f '
Egyitian Flouring Mil
Hitrbfst Cash Price Paid tor WhtatJ