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THE MORAL OF IT. r
We mfy rrioralize as much as "we ?
please about pain; but the fact; is, '
that we donl like it while it lasts,
and that we want to get rid of it as
soon as we can. Whether caused by
, , rheumatism. gout, disordered liver,
weak nerves, irregular kldridys, bad c j
blood, or anything else that is just
the reverse of what it should be, the
sooner it is out of the system the
happier we are. ! Whether ? pain is
the result of imprudence or of acci
dent, or is sent as a punishment for
our sins, may be a nice question for
the philosophers to artnie : but peo-
. rr - C
ie wno are sunenng- want nrsi iu
e rid of the pain, after which those
the matter to their hearts' content. -Above
all theory, argument and
philosophy, comes the .delightful
fact that Brown's Iron- Bitters
drives pain away. Sufferers run no
risk in trying this medicine.the only
compound containing iron which
carries no mischief with it. sThose.
who have used it will tell you so;
and you can try for yourself by buy
ing a bottle of the nearest druggLt.
Withoot Medicie. ;
A Viloihle Drover) f r supplying Msgnetlm to
the Unmn 8 em B ecuieity aud Magiietli-m
u lined u n rer before or Ht-ailug ttie blek.
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Magnetic Kidney Belt I
FOR MEN IS
WARRANTED TO CURE
T KirciiD'O. ibe f.illowio.' dlxenre' wiibou med
icine PaiNt im TBI BACK, HIPS. HS.D OR LIMBS,
1BVOUS DBBIUTV, LDM14B ) 0 HL DEB L1TT,
aiCMATUM, V'SAIY-IS, MIUBilUIA, SOUTH,
BU1AIII OF TBI KlUMIT , (PINAL DISEASES, TuKPIU
una. Gout, Seminal Emissions, Impoiency,
Asthma, Hf-t Di.eaee, Dyepepe a, Constipation,
Brvsipelaa, Indigestion. Hrrnte or Capture, Cat
arrh, Pile, epilepsy, i umb Ague, etc.
When any SebllltT of the GESKKATIV OR
OAN8 occurs. Lost Vitality. Lack of Nerve F-jrce
end Vigor, nesting ikuves, and all those Dis
eases or pereonel naiu-o, Irom whatever cause,
tneeontiaaone stream of magnetism permeung
through the parts, must restore them to a healthy
action. There is no mistake about this App I-
TO THE LADIES: JSSTSS&
Weakness of the Spine. Falling of the Womb,
Leucerrboea. Chronic Inflammation or Ulceration
f tbe Womb, Incidental Hemorrhage or Flooding,
Painful, Suppressed and lrrerular Menstruation,
Barrenness, and Change of Life, this Is tbe Best
Appliance and Curative Agent known.
For all lorms of Kemale Dl (lenities it Is unsur
passed by anything before Invented, both as a
etratlve agent and as source of power ei.d vital
iMtlon, , . : ''
Price of either Belt with Magnetic Insoles, flu,
tent by express 0. 0. D. and examination el
lowed, or by mall on receipt of price in ordering
tend measure of waist and else of shoe. Remit
tance ean be made In currency, sent in letter at
The Magnetic Garments are adapted to all ages,
are won over the underclothing (rwt next to the
body like the many Galvanic Bud Electric Hum
tags tdrertlli'd so extensively), and should be
Uk n off at night. They bold their POWSK
FOREVER, end are worn at all season or the
Bend stamp for the "!f ew Departure In Medical
Treatment Without Medicine," with thousands of
THB MAGNETON A.PPLIANCB CO.,
S18 State Street, Chlogo, 111 .
Von. Send one dollar in postage staopt or
earrency (in letter at our risk) wtt i size ol shoe
sully worn, and try a pair of our Magnetic In
ole. and be convinced of the power residing in
oar other Magnetic Appliances. Positively no
cold feet when they are worn, or money refunded.
Health and Jappiness.
f? DO IS OTHERS
(yecmr $ have done.
Are your Kidnevs disordered?
uniHj won urouni me irom my
were, after I had been glen up by IS tt uocton is
Detroit." M. W. Oevenuu, Meohaulc, IooiA, Xictt.
Are roup nerves weak ?
Tliinev Wort eurmA mm from nrrTOM waknww
ce.. arwr i wu not npvua 10 urr, - mi.a
Goodwin, Ed. Chntttau Monitor Clevelaod, O.
Have you Bright'a Disease?
"KidMV'Wort rard me hf n urr waier wu lust
on rnfc. k uu ueo 1111 Dinoo."
Suf ferine from Diabetes ?
"Kxdxta-y-Wort ti ue mnt iaTf j 1 nmiy I have
nr OSM, ulTM aisto! imowmu ruin. '
Ir. Huiilp C btiMJii, Muuloa, Tt
Have you Liver Complaint?
-Kirmrv.WMi ihpm me ax ennuua ivcr uumm
after I pred to die." .
wry VO, late Col eeth 5at Guard, X. T.
Is your Back lame and aching?
"lOdnrr-Wort, it bottie) cured lue nbta I vueo
lame I had to roll oct of bed."
rt rude rmn 1 1 n tl"r u.u judneTi
ru.r yesLTi nr naij'Tful t -icrtr iu urtc
llSab x."-tUm I Uod-t-s WO. uujtux a. I. est Va.
" Are you Constipated? '
ldn. y-7on my r-fc t tv oai ar.d eared
me alter It yiara t 'olo Vr rv.l,- '.e."
Have you Malaria?
TUdnfT-worl ha done lx;ver t -ji anr other
remecy I tare eer u d It i i prfit."
v.. l.- iu LiwK) b-ulii ucro, k
Are you Bilious P
TTJdnev-Wurt ha donfltiie more iruod thar "DT
ottwr remedj I K.wa ever ukin."
mjn. 4. a. uuiuwaj, tAK c iAb, ureyon.
Are you tormented with Piles?
-'uaacTjworrprrmanrnuy rurva r..e or bievoiiig
Bllee. Dr. w. C. Kl.ne recommend' d It to me."
uoa a. Bum, .auuer M. mux, nyer.luwn, ra.
Are you Rheumatism racked?
"Kldlx'y Wort cum me, alter 1 ni k1'.u up to
die by pfiyalslans and I hid suffered thirty year."
adunag kaicoub, t est wa, juine.
Ladies, are vou sufferin&r?
Tldoev-Wort cured me of Decullar trouble of
seven! yean standing, uany rnendt ueeand praise
tk" Mis. L Lusoreaux, LtU La tlotte, Vk
If yon would Banish Disease
1 1 and gain Health, Take
Tmi blood Cliansir.
THE EXCHANGE ;
1 Practical Telephone for Social and
Business Purple, Cnequaled for
Private and Public Lines.! ,
Sold Outright for 89. OO. No Kx
4 f t - orbitevnt Kent.
They qre In every wav far superior to the many
euieur jsecnanicai isrepnones now oemg sold
throughout tbe country. Thev are the onh tele
phones having an Automatic Line Wire Tightner
ud wer are me oniy Teiepnonee tnat are pro
tected br n Outdoor Llhtulnir Arratter. All
oude ere delivered In clear and natural tones.
They ere tne neatest, must durable and require less
attention tad repairs than anr other Telephone
bwi. oena K'r our musuatea cnuiar Agents
weated. THB U. 8. 1 KLtPHON B COT,
5 os. Mas H West St., Madison lad.
. . "mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmTTmm77m7m' Clara, Morris' Serve. I mmmmmmmmmmmmmm'
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How . rrofi'siorjl ! Train Them
mlves for Three Daring
' ' When s phygioiaa introduos his fin
ger, the handle of a spoon or a pencil
inio the throat of a patient, the latter
experience an extremely aisaireeaDie
sensation. Any touching, however
slight it may be, of the pharynx causes
Biranlin?,' pain and nausea, and the
organ reacts with violence against the
obstruction that presents Itself to free
respiration. There is no one who has
not experienced, more than once the
disagreeable sensation, and for this
reason we are justly surprised when we
'meet wi h people who seem to be proof
against it, and who, for example, Intro
duce into their pharynx large, solid and
stiff objects like sword Dlades, and
cause them to penetrate to a depth that
seems incredible. It is experiments of
thU kind that constitutes the trioks of
the sword swallowers.
These experiments are nearly al
ways the same. Tbe individual comes
out dressed in a brilliant costume. At
one side of him are flags of different
nationalities surrounding a panoply of
sabres, swords, and yatguns, and at the
other a stack of guns provided with
bayonets. Taking a flat sabre, whose
blade and hilt have been cut oat of the
same sheet of metal, the blade being
from 65 to 60 centimeters in length, he
introduces its extremity
INTO HIS THBOAT,
taps the hilt gently, and the blade at
length disappears. He then repeats the
experiment in swallowing the sword t
a single gulp. Subsequently, after
swallowing and disgorging two of these
same swords, he causes one to pene
trate up to its guard, second not
quite so far, a third a little less still,
and a fourth up to about half of its
length. . !
Pressing, now, on the hilts, he swal
lows all four blades at s gulp; and then
takes them out leisurely, one by one.
The effect it quite surprising. After
swallowing several swords and sabres,
he takes an old musket armed with a
triangular bayonet, and swallows the
latter, the gun remaining vertical over
his head. Finally he borrows a large
sabre from a dragoon who is present
for the purple, and causes two thirds
of it to disappear. As a trick, on be
ing encored, the sword swallower bor
rows a cane from a person in the audi
ence and swallows it almost entirely.
A certain number of the spectators
usually tliink the performer produces
an illusion by the aid of some trick,
and that it is impossible to swallow a
sword blade. But this is a mistake,
for sword-swallowers who employ arti
fices are few in number and their ex
periments but slightly varied, while the
majority really do introduce into their
mouth and food passages the blades
that they cause to disappear. .
The back parts of the mouth, in spite
of their sensitiveness and rebellion
against contaot with solid bodies, are
capable of becoming so changed
through habit that they gradually get
used to abnormal contacts. This fact
is taken advantage of in medicine. It
daily happens that persons are afflicted
with disorders of the throat or stomach
and can no longer swallow or take
nourishment, ana would die of exhaus
tion were they not fed artificially by
THE 0E9OPHAEGAL TUBE.
This latter is a vulcanized rubber tube
which the patient swallows after the
manner of sword-swallowers, and
through the extremity of which an aid
introduces miik and bouillon. But the
fiatient, before being able to make dai
y use of the apparatus, must serve a
geuuine apprenticeship. The first in
troduction of the end of tho tube into
the pharynx is extremely painful, the
second a little less no, and it is only af
ter a large number of trials more or
less prolonged, ttiat the patient suc
ceeds in swallowing thirty or forty
centimeters of the tubing without a
Tue washing out of the stomach, per
formed by means of a long, flexible
tube, which the patient partially swal
lows, and with which he injects into
and removes from his stomach a quan
tity of tepid water by raising the tube
or letting it hang down like a siphon,
likewise necessitates an apprenticeship
of some days; but the patient succeeds
in accustoming his organs to contact
with the tube, and is finally able to
swallow the tube, after a short time,
with indifference if not satisfaction.
With these sword-swallowers it is ab
solutely the same; for, with them, it is
only as a consequence of repeated trial
that the pharynx becomes sufficiently
accustomed to it to permit them to fi
nally swallow objeots as large and rigid
as swords, sabres, canes, and even bil
liard cues. la Nature.
' Among the Omaha Indians, a child
who has lost its father or mother is
considered an orphan. Its particular
place is gone, and it passes into the
"gens." If it is the father who dies
the mother loses all her maternal
rights. Each child, unless of very ten
der age, will be separated from the
mother, and will go into the family of
some one of the father's relatives. . It
may thereafter be claimed as his own
child by the male head of the family to
which it has been allotted. This sepa
ration of a widow from her children is
permanent. She usually marries again,
and in that event is not burdened with
her offapring by previous husbands.
Judge W. R. Rankin, of Ohio, brought
up four boys and educated them well
for the professions. They finally chose
tbe profession of music and are min
strels on the road.
BULLETIN: T0E8DAY MORNINii, JA1TOARY 1884.
"A friend of mine," said Miss Clara
Morris the other day, "remarkod onoe
that I carried my nerves on mv sleeve,
so that everything touched. Well one
cannot treat nerves as if they were a gar
ment and hang them up until yon need
them again. You must feel, or all the
pretty and pathetic language in the
world won't make other people feel.
One must cry themselves, and tears
alone won't do it. There must, as it
has been prettily said, be tears in one's
voice to bring one's hearers to tears.
Now I never go on the stage but what
about 4 o'clock in the afternoon I begin
to suffer. My hands get cold as ice,
my face gets hot, and I am in a nervous
tremor all because I am afraid I won't
cry in the play. I spend an hour or
two with my company, making just as
much fun as I possibly -can, so as to
get all the laugh out of me. Then I
shut myself up and get up an artificial
agony. To do this I think of some sad
incident or read a sad story. 1 get the
story fixed in my mind and look at the
most pathetic incident in it until my
feelings are thoroughly aroused, and
then I will cry the bo-hoos and the
whole thing is done. I only have to
lflok out for the other danger, and
keep from being overcome mvself,
which is as Vid as the other. All the
tremolo and false sobs in the world
will never take the place of real emo
tion. Ihere must be real tears in eyes
and voice. Of course, after such an
effort I cannot throw the whole effect
off, and my poor nerves suffer."
A Scone in Court.
The following is reported to have oc
curred not a thousand miles from Can
"Prisoner, stand up and receive your
sentence.' The sound of tramping feet
was immediately hushed. Men stood
still in awe. The prisoner had violated
the laws of the sovereign State of Ore
gon; had been tried by a jury of his
peers and found guilty; he is now about
to receive the sentence whose, fulfill
ment will vindioate the majesty of the
law. So young and so fairl
"Prisoner," and the silence became
even more profound, "prisoner, you
have been convicted of a most atrocious
crime. You have stolen a pair of
boo to I It is now incumbent upon me
to pronounco sentence upon you in pro-
Eortion to the enormity of your offense,
ad you deliberately taken the life of
your fellow man, a jury of your peers
would doubtless have found you inno
cent of all crime; but you have stolen
a pair of boots, and tbe majesty of the
law must be upheld. I therefore sen
tence you to hard labor in the peniten
tiary of this state for a period of two
years." Grant County News.
Indian Remedy for Cowboy.
Last summer General Sherman made
his last annual inspection of the military
posts of the army, and a good story is
told by one of his staff officers of his
visit to one of the western frontier forts.
When the general arrived there was a
large crowd of Indians on hand to look
at the "Big Chief of the Whites," as
they called nim. After they had looked
him over to their hearts' content, one
of them approached and said: "Ugh,
big Indian heap want a present of
cannon." General Sherman glanced
at the brave and replied: "fcannot
give you a cannon. What do you want
them forP You mean to use them
against my soldiers." Now, an Indian
is not often guilty of anything ap
proaching wit, but this one did very
well, for he said, as he shook his head::
"No want cannon to kill soldiers. Can
kill soldiers with sticks. Want cannon
to kill cowboy." The reply was a good
one, but Mr. Indian didn't get bis
cannon all the same.
Movdat Evening, Jan. 7, 1883.
This section is just now wrestling with a
spell ot cold weather thit discounts any in
the recollection of tbe oldest inhabitant.
The thermometer since last Thursday his
been daociog up and down between 18 de
grees below and six above zero. A heavy
snow has fallen steadily all day to-day and
at this writing it is still snowing.
The Mississippi is closed above, aud men
and boys are skating across it half a mile
above Cairo. The Ohio ig full of floating
ic, an1 boita htve stopped running.
Thn change in th-J weather is likelv to
mke a mirked improvement in Cairo bus
int'HS. stan ling as she now does at the head
FLOUR Dull ami unchanged. Holders
are firm at quoutiocs witli plenty of stocks
and small sties.
0 AY The surplus of choice hu been
somewhat reduced, bur there is a large
overstock of enranvn and no sale.
CORN 8teady and unchanged. Stocks
are not large and the demand for choice is
OATS Steady and firm. Prices are a
shade higher, and the tendency is to a
still further advance.
MEAL Quiet and unchanged.
BRAN None on consignment. The
mills hold stocks at 75c.
BUTTER Strictly choice continues to
tell readily, and common is not wanted.
EGOS We note to improvement and
prices are advancing.
OHICKENS-Choice old hens are in
some demand, but young chickens are a
drug in the market.
TURKEYS Scarce and in active re
quest. APPLES Choice is in demand and
POTATOES Firm and unchanged.
Sales and Quotations.
aOTa.-Tbe prices aere given are tor sales from
rat hands in round lots. An advance Is
charged for broken lotetn milnsordere.
MO bble various grades. ...m.
5 16QS tS
teeeeeeM)serf lVrt5 50
"... 1SQ4 IB
4 624 75
r smu7 ......... ... m..mm.
4 tare gilt edge smell bale. 10 0811 no
1 car re 'ice imoiav iwie twee . v
care pi line.. ..............mwmm.m
S ears choice ,
tears good adzed
B ears eholoe sailed la balk..-.
Icarsmlisd In balk....'. mn
I cars oew waits la sects....
I ears choice la balk
I cars mixed la balk
No. Red, par be m. ItOM
WOt I MMlt9TsDMB sshhsi seeeet 1 00
sOObbls Cltvoa orders... 1103140
lO Ctlt ee e"wsseaeeeeeeeee m see see T5
400 ponnd s choice w ortbern packed. .....
pounds choice Northern dairy.......... 24
son pounds Southern Ills roll 11 t
j(D pounds ereaaiery.....Mr..... CO T
I 0 pounds choice roll W
WO pounds-Southern Illinois,... t$10
V dosen toOn
ki dosen S
too dosen X)
Larre chotee............' 10 M
Buia'l linn. ...... . . ' S un
I coops mtied and kens 1 BOOIM
S coops hens IBS
liiiilllisssi ( e a eaesseese 4C
Quails per dee ...
Ven'son saddles...., SQDe
Fsbblts per doaen tOkCTB
Wild ducks per doaea 1 SO
Per bbl choree Baa Devle. I T8
" ' Rome Beeety. 8 73
Small varieties ..... 1 0
Choice Wluesape tWM no
Oenatoae 1 00& 50
Choice yellev iiesjt e eenesiejseaseseeee
Potatoes per bush Peach Bin - S
Potetoee,per bush lerly Kose. $
Potatoes per bbl.... Its
According to sis..
Pine iniraehed nnmm 1Q
TtirCMte e loots o eseaejeeeooosaaoje)too0 eeeeesioe 9
Half do MMii.iiNNNM....Htti H
BOCkVte) eOPQe OOOOO seisesao OP sessie sea seee oAoOeeaeee SO
Plain fettle.... OOOeeanS tooeaoaiiiae iweesoe nt aoae
B. O. HattlS ....,,.. .... inn i f,wn H.. . It
Clear sides. ,.,... ,.'.,,. t
Bides , ........ .......none
Shoulders .... not.
. IALT. .
St. Johns.... I! 1
Ohio River - 1 B
T4 bushel bnrltpe.
5 bushel ....
Peaches, halves and quarters Bft'X
Choice navy 1 00j! It
Choice medium . S ta
Choice, Factory. 10
flr-"' r - 'I
Red Fox . ...... ...... .....in,.... ......
Wild Cat ..,
Beavr per pound.
Opossan. 4Sf OOO ISSSSM
BAreeeeeeeee e o oe skew Oto eeieaeiee
10 to tt
. 10 to s
. m to 1 60
t to II
.1 00 to 9 00
Calf, Green....... . .
Dry Flint choice
Dry Salt.. .... ....... mw. .
Green Salt..... ......i , . .
SllWJP T)lta flly . sesseaaeesseew oesetaieesea
Sheep Pelte, green........
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VWU IUK- eeeeoOOO eo
4 B(G B 9
IU "it 7 M
RATH 8 Of FRBIOHT.
Oram , Hsy Flnnr Port
fewt. ejevrt. hbl. fbbl.
Me " i.bl ll)4 IB r. 15
vOr'eans, T 16 , 15 B0
Helena, Ark .... 1TK H t so
KDneston. Miss .... K( ns 41 B7X
Vlcksbnrg. Frenteaa House t'4 per cwi high"
All other war points helot Heapkls toMsw Or
leans, same rates as to E Inestoa.
Emory't Little Cathartic Pitta are suffi
ciently powerful for the most robust, yet
the safest for children and weak constitu
tions. 15 cents. (7)
W. bTRATTObT, OetM.1 . T. HID, Xlseomri.
STEATTON 4 BIBD,
Io.ef OMotave, Oalro,IlL
cT" 1 cats Averteea Powder Oe.
Coiiimissioii . Merchants,
i : v. - i UMDJ
fLOUR, GRAIF AID HAT
... . (H
Hkhect GMh Prlfii Pall & Vhi.
hi U ss r
a Sail A. as 3$g
gas? ? q
Q.E0RGE H. LEACH, M.D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Bpeclal attention paid to the Homeopathic trees
mem ot surKlcal dlsesaoe, end dlseasea of woman
OFHCB-On 14th streeU oppoetU the Poet
office, Cairo, 111.
)R. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOli, ELKCTRO-VAPOR and MSDICAT80
aiadv In attendance.
QR. W. C. JCCFLTN,
OFTICK Ilthth Street, near Como ercta'. Avenee
R. E W. WHITLOCX.
Omci-No. 1M Commercial Avenoe, hetws
4est': and NtLth Streets
"THE ! HALLIDAY"
A Kew ana complete Hotel, fronting o
Hticond and Railroad Streets,
The Passenger Depot or tie Chicago, St. Loalt
and ew Orleans: Illinois Central; Waherh, t.
Loots and Pacific; lion Moantatn ead Soathera,
Mobile and Ubio; (Jair and 8t. Loo is Railways
are all Just across the street: while the Steamboat
Landing Is bnt one square distant,
This Hotel Is heated by steam, has steam
Laundry, Hydraulic Elevator, Klectrte Call Belle.
Automatic Klre-Alsrma. Baths, absolutely pure air,
perfect sewerage and complete appointments.
Siperb furnishings; perfect service; and anna
Li. P. PARK ICR ft no.. Lmmm
. C. KOCH'S i
Boot & Shoe
Jo 90 Com'l Ave., Bet- 5th ft 6th 8U.,
Just received a full line of
FALL and WINTER GOODS
which he will 11 at the lowest bottom prices. Tt
comprises the besi or hT L'lUlf1 HAND MADS
and of H STON MANI KACTURKS, LADIES'
and CHILDREN"- M IOE4, and USNTS' RUB
BER BoOI H and SMOKh.
HrvV'e alo make to order anything In our line
of the bust material and woramaashlp. I
J-f E. INCE,
Meoafaotarer and Dealer rn
tta Street, between Com'l Ave. ud Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AM0NITION.
Safes Raaalred. All Kinds oi Keve Made.
kggpTiU if i1f Ry
I al-1- l0t i t
a Ti! .
For Sale bv
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Eouis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line Running
O DAILY TR AIM
Making Direct Connection
raaiai Leivi Caiao:
trrivlngln St. Louis 1:46 a.m.; Chlcago,S:80p.a.
- Connecting at Udiu end Kmngbam for C I noli
natl, Louisville, Indianapolia aud polnte last.
18:80 P. m. fast Ht. Louia aa4
vVfati n Eipress.
trrlvtnrinBt. Louis 1:15 p. m., end eonneotleg
for all point West.
3:45 p.m. Fast Express.
Per St. Louis and Chicago, arriving at St. Leila
t0:tt p.m., and Chicago T:t0 a.m.
3 4op m. Cincinnati Kipreea.
trrlving at Clnclunatt 7:00 a.m.; Louisville l:S
. a.m.: Indianapolia 4:01 a.m. Passengers fcr
this train reach the above points XU to 30
doUKB In advance ol any other route.
PTTheltaO p. m. express has PULLMAN
BLEEPING CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
changes, and through sleepers to St. Louis aai
Fast Time EaBt.
Pit aoon (rava b tul 1,06 tt throngs to East.
I a.")3ClJliClS em Dolnts withoat anv dales
caused by Bunder Intervening. Tbe Keturdav after-
toon irate rrom Cairo arrives in new I ore Moeeey
aoraiag at 10:35. Thirty-eli houraln advance ef
bt other route,
UP" For through tickets and further infornatloa,
apply at Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
1. H. JONES, Ticket Agent.
A. B. BAN80M. Oeo. Pass. Agent. Chleaga
R R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
Tra. as Depart. Trains Arrive.
0. BT. L. K. O. B. R. (Jacksoo route).
tMaU f :48S.ro.
tEipress 10 80a.m.
lAccom 8:50 p.m. 1
aipress ... lUisua.i
IT. L. c. R. R. (Nsrrow-Kiuge).
Express ....... 8 :00 a m, Expres 1:19 a. I
Kx.AMaU... 10:) a.m. Kx. Mall. .4:10 p i
Accom lltdp.m. Accom 4:00 p. i
IT. L. I. at. R R.
.10:90 p.m. 'Express. ......1:80 p.l
IT. L. P. R. R.
.4:r0a.m. I 'Mali A Ex.. SOp.t
,.4:00 p.m. I 'Acco n ,...I0:' a.i
.1:40 a.m. Freight I 4o p. a
MOBILE OHIO R. R.
8:5ft a.m. Mall 1:10 p.
Dally except Hnnay. t Dallv.
AB RIVAL AKD
DEPARTURE CP KAILS.
Arret I Depe
t p. at.
t p. -.
I. C- R. B.(tkrongblock mall). 8 a. m.
.11: a m
.4 80 p.m.
.8 p m.
.to p. m.
.T p. m.
" (way mall) ,
Iron Mountain R. B
Wshash R. R
Texas a St. Louis R. R...,
It. Lonls AC lroK. R.
Uhlo Klver 1 p. m
Miss Hvsr arrives Wed , at A Mon.
" depart! Wed., Kn. Hun.
PO. gep del. op n from.... ...,7:80am toTtSO pa
P.O. box del. OikP Irom 8a. m tolp at
BandavsgeE.de'.. onen frnm....8a. m. to lOa.ws
Sundsvs liox del. open from ...8 a. m. to 10:80 ae
CeT-S'OTB. Chang.-e will he published fror
ume M) tune in cuy papers, i nange vonr caras B4 '
eordlngly. . WM. U. MUKPilT. P. M. )
Mayor Themes. W. He ln'ay.
1'reasurer Cberle F. Nelhs.
Clerk Denula. J, Koiey.
Counselor Wm. B. Gilbert. ,
Marshal L. H. Meyers, i
ttornev Wllllsm Hendricks.
Police Magistrate a. Comings.
BOABO Or ALDBHHBH .
first Ward Wm.Mc Hale, Harry Walker.
Besond Ward- Jesse Hinkle, (;.. Rugbes.
Third Ward B. P, Blake, Eg .en Smith. i
Fonnh Wrd Charles O. Patler, Adoiph 8v
boda.' J . .
fifth Ward Ct ae. Lancaster. Henry Stout.
Circuit Judge D. J.Baker.
Circuit Clerk A. H. Irvln.
County Judge J. H. Robinson.
County Clerk B.J. llumm.
County Treasurer Miles W. Parker.
rihertfT John Hodgea.
County Commissioners T. W. Ilal iUly, J.
MolcahsT and Peter uo
CHI h M Ks
"tAIRO BAPTIST. Corner Tenth
preaching every Sunday momlni
alghtataruei noura. rrayi-r ceeiinK
nluht! Bandav echonl. V.W a.m
Rev. JNO. P. EDEN. Pasd
tHUHCH OF TBE REDEEMER (BplscI
V; Fonrteentb street: oundey- 7:00 a m..
Oommanlon 10:30 a. m.. Morning Prayers 11 1
Sunday school I p. m., Evening Prayers 7:9ug
F. P. Davenport, 8. T. H. nector.
I.-IR8T MISSION ARV BAPTIST CHTJBC
V Preaching at 10:80 a. n... S p. m., and 7:80
!,,. ,W ahm1 at 7:10 D. m Rev. T. J. Sh
iCTHBHAH Thirteenth street; eervliee
bath 1:30 a.m. ; Sunday school! p.m. 1
.nappe, pastor. I
METHODIST Cor. Eighth and Walnut st:'
Preaching Sabbath 11:00 a. m. and 7:80
uaday Bchoul at 1:00 p.m. Rev. J. A. Sea
pistor. ., ;
IjRESBYTKRIAN-Xlgbth street; preacnl.f
I Sabbath at 11:00 a. m. and 7:80 p. m.; I
neetlng Wednesday et 7:80 p.m.; Sunday 8
4 J p. m. 1 Rev p. J. Geore, pastor.
Mid Walnnt streets; Mass every Sunday
and 11a.m.: Sunday acoooi at t p.m., ana
ere at 8 p.m. M aea every morning at 8 a. m.
g. Sweeney, pastor.
DT. PATRICR'S-(Roman Catholic) C'orneI
T street anil Washington avenue; nae
Sunday and Sand lo a.m.; Sunday schoo at!
and Vespers at 8 p. m. ass eve y mom 1
p.m. Kev.j, Murphy, pastor.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'B PA.1
ICK BY-THB CAR LOAD OR TON
-A 1 PACKED FOR BHIPPINO J
1 Oar, .Loads a Special
t. . 'J? OFFIOEl I
Cor.Twelfth Street and h
... 4 togas 00
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