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THi DAILY. OAIUO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNINU, JANUARY 22, 1884.
f lie Weak and the Impure.
The merry little mountain brook,
as it lightly dances over the rocks
and sparkles in the sunshine on its
way down to the river, is pure and
clean. It is active ; therefore, it is
healthy. It is vigorous; therefore,
it resists impurity.
Hut the sluggish oo, where the v
current is not strong enough to'
keep the water in motion, is stag
nant and fouL Dirt and rubbish,
are thrown into it, and stay there.
Impurities and vile odors nuke it
a breeder of disease and an object
to be avoided.
When the blood is strong and rich
and red, and vigorously courses its
accustomed rounds through arte
ries and veins, the system is hearty
When the blood is thin and poor
anil weak, impurities and defile
ments creep into it, and it has no
strength to cast them out. Then
the system runs down.
Hrown's Iron Hitters contains the
only preparation of '. on which can
enrich the Wood, and make it pure,
vigorous, and healthy. A dollar a
bottle, at the nearest druggist's. g
LIVER COMPLAINTS. ,
Bwuh It set on the LITER, BOWELS d
KIDNEYS at th saa tlm.
Beosase tt olrnuei the system of the poison
on humor that devaiop. In Kadney and Uri
nur Duwiet, BUiouaneae, Jaundica, Courti po
tion, PUea, or In Bneumatunn, Nauralala, Nr
toui Diaordere and ell Female Complatole.
uraoLW pnoor or rau.
- IT WILL STTHKLT CUBS
By causing FEEB ACTION of aU the orgao
and functione, thereby
CLEANSING the BLOOD
restoring the normal power to throw off rliessss
THOUSANDS OP CASES
of th wont form of these terrible dlsasas
have been quickly raUevad, and in a anon tuna
Bit I, II. LlollDOB DBV, MILD HI DgrwtsTS.
Dry oan ba aent by mall.
WELLS, BIOH-IUDSON Oo., Burlington, Tt.
8 &ae lunp for tliar, AittAUC fof list.
A Va'aehie Discovery fur supplying Magnetism to
tba Humao bya em Electricity and Magnetism
aiiliied aa never before (or Healing tba Sick.
TUB MAGNETOS APPLIANOK CO.'B
Magnetic Kidney Belt!
FOB HEN IS
WARRANTED TO CORE Mo0;.
BT kironDiD, tba following dlaeaaea wHhou'.coad
IrJoe f iiae is tut back, air, isad ob umi,
IBTOG BiaiUTT, 101400. aiBiL,DEl UTT,
BirlT1BM, raBALTBIS, VBOsULSU, aoiATia,
Pisiasis or m eidmi v., srin al DistASia, TuariB
utik. Gout, Seminal Emtasione, Impoiency,
Asthma. Heart Dheaae, Dyspepsia, Constipation,
Krreipeiaa, tailigcstion, Hi-rnia or Kupiare, Cat
arrh, Files, Epilepsy, i'nmb Aguo. etc.
When any debility of ibe UKNKHATIVK OR
GAN'S occurs. Lost Vitality. Lack of Nerve Korea
and Vigor, Wanting eikneea, and all those Dis
eases of a personal na:ure, Irom whatever canaa,
tneconttHaoue stream of magnetism permeating
thron.-b the pans, mutt restore ibm to a healthy
action. There la no mittako aaout this App.l
aLca. TO THE LADIES: lfflS!
Weeknea of the .-pine Falling of the Womb,
Leucerrhae. Chronic lr.tUmaieliun or Ulceration
f the Womb, IlcI itnta. Heaii rrhage or Flooding,
Pa.ii.fal. fupprteaed ant Irregular Menetrost'on,
Barreur.na, and Cliaiige of Life, ttiia is tba Boat
App.iane and Carat. ve Agent knuvn.
For a) torms of hemai Di Bcu.tiee li Is oritur
ped by anrtriing oef.ire invnted. both a a
cureilve aut aiid aa a eource of potr aud vital
irati'in. Free of either Bl with Magnetic Insoles,
(nt b; xpree C O. i). er.d examination al
low, d. r oy mil on receipt of price la ordering
send measure of want and file of shoe Remit
tance can be untie in currency, eer.1 in letter at
Toe ("agnet'c Garment are adapted to all ages,
are worn ver inn ui, Urulutbin4 (n i ijcii to the
body lik th in y 'iti'iui'. and Electric Hum-
but's adv-nis d so exlenaive i), and rhouid he
Uk n If at n L-tH. The bold tlielr POWt.K
F'iKEVHK and are "orn at all t-eaons of t e
Send farr. p f ir the "New Oepart'ire In Medical
r eatraei I Wuho ( rtedl.: ne." with ihmirauda of
' t)Di .i.laiK
T F. (tHT't A " P ' IAN 'V CO.,
ta it'- inel.Chic go. Ill
Not i i-1
i rre r
l il .ir n. p niic st p or
li t a' .".r rt-ki wit sue ol shoe
trv a nir "f ur .rlc In
v e d ii the p ier re'ldin in
i i ' a ! Po tiwl) no
L-! 'v ru if ' - r. fl..ilfd.
Who want glossy, luxuriant
and wavy tresses of abuudant,
beautiful Hair must use
LYON'S KATUA1U0N. This
elegant, cheap article always
makes the Hair grow freely
and fast, keeps it from falling
out, arrests and enres gray
nesK. removes dandruff anU
itching, makes the Uair
Mrong, giving it a curling
tendency and keeping it in
any desired ,osition. Beau
lifui. healthy Hair is the sure
result of using Kathakon.
V Unas debility, rxhaiiutrd
uw-ra, pruuiaturs alcr.ny
and failure to perfurtn lire'a
alutlra proiwrljr are ihiumhI by
will rlod a perfect and Taellng
nxtomiionlo rvbnat rwmith
and vlvuroua jamnhood la
the riAPI6TOSI BOLUS.
HiUier auiro.:h drugjriua nor
ini(LrilijiliLa. 1 hiatrniitinMnt l
fyri mis i bill! y and
I'll Valcul lllTA V UiiiifnnnU
aoeeaasfal beoansa kwd on rwrfrcl .diajtiioata,
mw avaal Sllr aarthsxta and abmluta thois
SHssrbstee. Ful. inlnnai.ion and Traatiaa In.
Addrww Consult in Phjau iau of
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WIT AM HIMOit,
A medical writer says that girls aro
60 cuustructed that thuy cannot jump.
He never saw one jump at a chance,
I gness," remarked Clark to Blooms.
"Yes," says Jtrs. Parvenu, "we have
taken a shattoe at Newport on Maria's
account 6he's 26, you know, and wo
will entertain in as hospitable style
as any of the others.' '
The director of a matrimonial agency
in Paris says the young girls ask only,
"Who is he?" the young widows,
"What is his position?" the old wi
dows, "Where is he?"
A contemporary talks of "fighting
polygamy with words." But it Is un
necessary to say that words can have
no dctorrent effect upon the man who
has half-a-dozen wires in bis family.
Disraeli said a short time before his
death: "You cannot convert 15,000
into 20,009 tons". . This will cause ice
dealers to smile until the corners of
their mouths get tangled up on the
backs of their necks.
A man in Syracuse, whose neck wag
dislocated by a fall, has had the neck
set and is in a fair way to recover. It
will be well for the sheriffs of our pro
gressive country to do their hanging
pretty thoroughly hereafter. Graphic.
A Texas editor apologises to the pub
lic for a breach of the peace, mentions
several citizens in complimentary
wav for having saved his life, and says:
'Whisky, after all, was at the bottom
"A Fortune Awaiting a Tramp," is
the title of aa article in a contemporary.
It is no more than just. ; So many
tramps have been waiting for a fortune
so many years that it is no more than
right that fortune should now wait for
a tramp. Boston Transcript.
Married men can not be too careful.
A Philadelphia woman is going to ap
ply for a divorce because she found a
hairpin in his pocket, and yet he is
willing to swear that he only used it in
stead of a shingle nail to temporarily
replace a suspender button-
Excited lover: ' "What does this
mean, mademoiselle? What do I read
in this letter? 'At 2 o'clock tomorrow
I will throw myself at your feet.'"
Mademoiselle, who never loses pres
ence of mind: "You horrible, jealous
old darling it's 6imnle enough it's
only my corn doctor.
"Yes," said the deacon, "that cow is
badly hurt and wouldn't bring 5.
But I shall get mure for her. A party
of swell city fellows are coming down
here to hunt, and I shall put her up in
the scrub-pine lot and tell them deer
abound up there. Oh, she's aa good
as sold for $50. Boston iW.
Inebriated individual, embracing a
telephone pole, while a very 6mall poy
is chasing his hat, which has blown off
and gone rolling down the street
Small boy returns: "Here, mister,
here's yer hat," InebriaUtd but grate
ful individual: "Thanksh, Thanksh.
Won't you have a cigar?" Lowell CUi
ien. "I wish I was a star," he said, smil
ing at his own poetic fancy. "I would
rather you were a comet, she said in
a dreamy tone that made his pulse
quicken "with hope. "And why, he
nsked with suppressed anxiety. "Oh,"
she replied, in a freezing tone, "if you
were a comet you would only come
'round once in 1,500 years."
Why it kicks: A member of the
New York Phonetic Club writes to this
able and influential journal, asking us
to "drop the final ue in words so end
ing, ana spell dialog, epilog, etc., etc."
Well, we kick. We are willing to drop
the ue to a limited extent, but when the
New York Language Club asks us to
spell glue, gl, we protest. Burlington
They were returning home from the
theatre, and had nearly reached her
hoiue when the young man observed:
"iaa't the weath'ur cold and raw?"
She must have misunderstood him.
"Raw, she said, rather hesitatingly.
"Yes. 1 like them raw, but," she con
tinued, looking sweetly In his eyes,
"don't you think they are nicer fried?"
What could he do? .
"Yes," remarks a traveler, "when a
man is in Rome he should do as Rom
ans do. Now. when 1 am in Now York,
to be in Btyle, I always instruct the
barber to part my hair in or near the
middle; when in Chicago, on one side;
in wiuaua, uuuor one car; and ou far
ther West, into the wilds of the Rockies
and the Pacific const, I don't have it
parted at all." N Y Commercial Ad
vertiser. Mr. Blimber asked his wife at the
breakfast table the other morning if
she had heard of the new theory about
the origin iof life at the poles. Mrs.
Blimber answered that she had not,
but from the picturesque appearance
of Mr. Blimbor'a countenance when he
came home last election night she
judged that the polls were about the
liveliest spots he had ever struck.
"Yes," said Sylvia, "Hat's the mean
est girl I ever did see! She knows I
thiuk young Mr. Tawmus is just too
lovoly for anything, and I think she's
of the same opinion. Well, I was lean
ing out of the window the other day,
and Mr. Tawmus passed, and I smiled.
Would you believe it? Hat had a set
of her aunt's false teeth in her pocket,
and, just as 1 smiled, she droDDed
them out of the window. Mi. Taw nun
didn't sue her, as slio was behind mu,
and what could he hnve thought?"
The Boston Journal relates this evi
dence of youthful precocity! "lu ouo
of our horso cars a small boy was ob
served to be suddenly agitated, but re
gained his self control after a few
moments. Soon after the conductor
appeared aud asked for tares. When
he stood before the small boy thero
was a slight pause, and the passengers
were surprised to hear the following:
Tlcathe charge it to my papa. I've
thwallowed the money.' "
This from the Boston 1'ost: Some
body says: "If the Queen raises Ten
nyson to the peerage we do uot seo
w'hy she should not make lords of Bret
Ilarte, Mr. Lowell aud Henry James,
Jr." What's the ueed in the latter
case? When James approaches people
exclaim: "Oh, Lord!" Come to thiuk
of it there is something in tho appear
ance of Mr. James alarmiugly sugges
tive of a book canvasser.
A young man of steady habits, who
has been working at his trade of wyod
tifrning at Newport, arrived at his homo
in this city last night. After retiring
he dreamed that the telephone bell
rung, and ho stepped to the instrument
to reply. He put the cup to his ear
and called "Hello, central. What's
the matter? Be you all asleep?" Just
then the clock in his room commenced
striking, which caused the young man
to wake up. He was sitting up in his
bed with one of his boots in his hand,
holding the open etui of it to his ear.
Take the old ballads of any people,
and few adjectives will be found. The
singer sa. 'He laughed; she wept."
Perhaps the poet of a more advanced
age might say, "Ho laughed in scorn;
she turned away and shed tears of dis
appointment." But nowadays the am
bitious young writer must produce
something like this: "A hard, fiendish
laugh, scornful and pitiless, forced its
passage from his throat through the
lips that curled in mockery at her ap
peal; she covered her despairing face,
and a gush and whirlwind of sorrowing
agonv burst forth in her irresistible
The proprietors of a Chicago drv
goods store advertise that they will
gratuitously furnish an oyster stew to
every person whose bill for goods pur
chased at their establishment exceeds
$1 in amount. This is an improvement
on the chromo scheme worthy of the
great city in which it had its origin.
It recalls a remark once made in Cin
cinnati A countryman was standing
near the free lunch counter of a sample
room about the tinio when the colored
attendant was ladling out tripe stew.
"Won't you have some," he politely
asked, addressing himself to the coun
tryman. "No thanks," was the curt
answer, "I don't like Chicago oysters."
i a a7 1
Mokdat Everik, Jan. II, 1864.
The weather is bright and pleasant to
day but continual cold, only thawing a
little in the middle of the day. If this it
called a mild winter, most of the people in
this section would prefer the othir kind.
The market continues quiet in nearly all
departments, in fact this first month of the
year may be placed oo record u the dullest
upeuing ever experienced in all branches
of trade in this market since Cairo bat
been a base of supplies for the southern
FLOUR Dull tad unchanged. There
is no movement eic pt in small order lots,
aaa siocks oi ait grades are ampis. I
I .-!. J I
HAY The market ia well supplied and
the demand is confined to choice in small
CORN Stocks are large and the inquiry
is fair. Prices are nnchanged.
OATS The market is ofi and opens
weak. Plenty offering and only a moder
MEAL Steady and firm with fair de
mand and moderate supply.
BRAN The market is bare. J
BUTTER Choice is in good request and
EGGS Fresh receipts find ready sale at
CBICKENS-Scarce and in better dt-
TURKEYS Scarce and in active re
quest. APPLES Firm and unchangad.
POTATOKS-Choice ptachbiows are in
Sales and notations.
oTK. The prlr.ee Here jiteu are for sales from
first bands In ronnd lota. An advance
charred for broken Intain fliltoironltre
Extra fane 5 lft&fl 15
800 bills vartoni grades .... tyrS SO
Family 4 5
Cho ce i e 2i4 16
Fancy .... a VXjfi 00
S cars (flit edge small bale...-
I cars rb'ilco Timothy ..
lean pnme ... .
1 car cbolca .. ,,,,
tears good mixed
I cars choice white in bulk T. O. B...
10 cars mixed and white In balk on track,
tears saw white in sacks
I ears choice in bnlk (sold early) S
o cars cnoica in ouia an
Ho. t Red, per ba ,
No. t Medlicranean...
M0 bble City on orders 1 40B! 48
lu seeks - 10
too pounds choice Northern packed tOifflJ
Wo pounds choice Northern dairy
500 pounds eonthurn 111 roll IS" I
100 pounds creamery - MQ t
1 0 pounds choice roll to
400 doaen ft
j0 doaen - SI
Large choice 10 W
Broail - t 00
Dressed .. , 1041
I coops mixed and hens 1
I coops bees t 0&1 4
Dneetd - 10
Par bhl choice) Bea Davia
Small varieties. , 1M
Choice WUesapa M.....M.M.M..t IMM 00
Oenatons 1 0044 W
Choice red 1 1
Choice yellow t 6
Potatoes par bosh Peach Blow
roiaioesipw ansa a.ariy ttose.
Potatoes par bbl. ...... j i&&a 00
Aeaordlng to aUs.........M 10 0CQ1I tt
ret ease ,,i ease esa a si aaaaaei
Plain baut.. aona
a). C. Hams - It
Clear sides m t
Shoulders - T
at. Johns : It
Ohio Hirer 1 tt
SH bnshel burlaps,
t bushel ' ....
Peaches, halves and saertere..... &2f'H
Cbolc navy t OOflt
Choice, ; Factory m. It
Bear, r per pound.
10 to tt
10 to u
10 to 5'
SO to I 5
Tt to I 1 0
t to It
........ .1 00 to t 00
Dry Flint choice,
Sheep Pelts, dry
Sheep Pelta, greea.,
Oommon Luge - i or
Good logs 4 5el t
wLaf. 4 75a ft n
Medlnm Leaf a 5a 7 N
Gor 4 Leaf . .... T 50ft ff
RATES OF FREIGHT.
Hay Flour Pork
cwt. Vhbl. Vbbl.
Use H tH
ID 11 V)
. a Orleans,-..- 17'-
Vlcksburs;, Prentess House l-i per cwt high
All otnerwar points teiow wempms toasw
leans, sams rata as to K ioestoa
Btiti or Illihois
Circuit Court of
t'OCUTT Or ALIIiHDB
Job a Hodges
alary Hod gee, Mary Bodgea, jr., Sarah Jane
Hudgae and John A.exandar fiodgss.
Public notice Is hereby giren that, la pursuance
of a decree made and entered by said court In
the eb ve entitled cause, on tho list day of Jan
nary, A. D. 18I. I. Alexander H. Irrin, master
In chancery of the said circuit court of Aleisncer
eonn't. will, on
WEDNESDAY, THE IITH DAT OF FEB.'.CA-
th hoar of 11 o'clock In the forenoon.
at tbeaout'iwesterly doorof the court house In the
city of Cairo, county of Alexander aad state of
Illinois, sell at public auction, to the
highest and best bidder. for cash,
all and singular, the following deecr.bed
prrmlsee and real estate In aald decree
mentioned, situate in the con ty of Alexander aLd
state of Illinois, or so maeb thereof as she 1 be
efficient to sattsfr said decree, to-lt: The north
west quarter of the soot easi quarter of eectlon
one il), in township sixteen (;, south and 10
range two(2), wet of the third principal meridian.
Dauxl, Cairo, Illinois, January ;xa, iwa
ALEX B. IBVIN.
Master In Chancery ,
Mul key A Leak, Complaisant' Solicitors.
5 S. Clark St Opp. Court House, CHICA60.
A reratararadoat S-The Oldest ApceUlUt
In the United Htatea, who like loko ehfebiinck,
parfeot mmtiod ana pare neaicm inaar i-.ui
and l-ZHXANEMT CCRta of all PriTat. Chronic anil
Serroua Duieaaaa Aflactiona of the Blood, SJkln,
.Itinera, Bladder, Eruption, L'leera. Old
Morca, Mwelllaaj orthaOIanda.Sorc Mouth.
Throat, Bone Pains, permanently oared and
radieatea irom sne eisiem tur me. .
II C D lift 1 1 0 DtbaUy, Impotent). 8fminal
II CK I V U W bosses, Sexual Vrcay, Mental
and 1'hytieal Weakneu, railing Unnory,
Weak ii'S, tffuiafedt Itevtioywienl, smptai-
tnenU to Marriage, etc., from excesses or any
cause, ipetdlly, wifely and prlrattly VureO.
AVTount. Middle-Agta ana uia men, ana an
who need medical aaill and eiperieace, consult
)r. Bate at unea. Ilia opinion coat nothing, and may
aare future misery and shame. When Ineonrenient
to visit the eity lor ireauneni. meoicinna can d sent
eTerywhere by mail or express free from obarr.
VSVllon. VjT" IS sau-VTiaont lliafc yujwwxmu wnv
lives his whole attention to elaaa of diseases aU
tavlns a-reatt skill, and phyaiclans throughout the
country, knowinr tb is, f rennently recom mend difficult
caaea to the Oldeat Mpcctallst, by whom erery
asows siooai rosneuy ia uaou. mfvi. vw
Am and Kx peril-nee maVe hia opinion of aa
pre me Importaaee. SVThoae who rail see no
ane but the Doctor. Consultation free and eateredly
eonndrntlal. lasts wmcn nsTeiauaoinominiMi
relief alsewhare. espeoially aolloltsd. Fesoals Dis
eases ireatea. uaii or wrua. dob, imm w v
) to 01 KundsTS. lO to 19. Ovwt to Uxxvta
CUT fuel. Andreas as abore, ,
tftwfawAJtBODT E.NLAQEO. DFVEf
ailyert isemept lonf ran in our p.oer. in mp.r w m-
WO Will BAJ HI, vo"i w.iuoiivw wi uuimi-
ewwiiiL, . iL-
mrounm ewe lor riira.
ii, a aruggwii, w
u PTtrn o r
i eat Weaksme, Valnabla Informatioa
Uknaaftaa. used Steers ae
eaaafallf. ltjs.aXUa,ioi Whiaaeo '
CL1CC "THK SCIENCE
llltt ' OF HEALTH"
la a sry lawradiaf Soak, said tae kaae ("wml " Vf
Uwaaaaaa wh aae ta4 a. II airlalas Ike riwlplas
His asd StaU aa4 tba art (la mi elaaaaas. aaS aaaeU is nad
ar all taiakiag waela. It aoalalaa aaJaaata pta rlptlona
& tas ears if lferveiis aad nraleal DabtUe, Leai
Vitality, DessatiweMeeaora, Dvamwy,Mj
vaals trals af eiaoreara Sreafht as sy avarwarh sad lean,
ersnsaa i alse praeorlptlooa far OaUrrb, fJareMsv ea.
A esay stutter seat ky auli.aaavaljr aaaeraatSf
atbs contrary. the artTertieerasri)
""irrrr i'.'j'LJ. '1 .i L.J
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City Officer. V
Hayor Thomas W. Ha.ln'ay.
Trea-urer Ciiarlc P. hellis.
Cltrk Dftuis. J, roley.
Counselor Wm. 13. Oilbert.
Marshal L. II. Mt-yi rs,
tttorni-T William Hetdricks.
Police Magistrate a. Com lugs.
ooaBO or Auusaasa ,
first Wsrd-Vt m. JIcRale, Harry Walker
Second Ward-Jease llinkle, C. . Uughea.
Third erd-l$. P. lllske, tgnen otoiib.
Fourth Ward Claries O. I'atier, Adolph Bwo
lfth Ward C' as. I ancaster. Henry Stout.
Circuit Judge U. J. Bit iter.
Circuit C'lerk-A. H Irvin.
Coubty Judge J. H. Hobbnon.
CountjClerk b.J. Ilumm.
County Treasurer Miles W. Parker.
SherlrT Jobn Hodree.
Coroner H. Piugerala
CouoiyComml-sionirs T. W. Hs'.lldiy, J. B'
Blnlcaher and 1'elor euo
l,lil EC Hi A.
CA1KU BAPTIST Corner Tenth end Poplar
J streets; preaching eveirr Sur la momlcgand
alyhtat u-ual hours. Prayer r.eei eg Wednes
day night; Sunday school. v.M) a in
Ktr. JNO. t. KDEH, Pastor.
pIJCKI H OF THK KEDEKMKH-(Splscopal
l fourteenth street; hue day 7:00a m., Holy
Communion 10:30 a. m., Vomlng Prayers II a. m.
b ndav scLool S p. m., Evening Prayers 7:tu p.m
Fj P. liavenport, 8. T. B. Rector.
lIKST M1SBIONARV BAPTIST CHPHCH.
' pTcarhli.g at 10:30 a. a.., I p. m., and 7:t0 p. m.
alibatb school at 7:30 p. m Rev. T. J. ttbores,
J L'TUtKAI.-Thlrtetiith sueet; serrlLa ttab
l bath 1:3U a. m.. Sunday echooltp. m. Rev.
ME ltluLlMT-Cor. Eighth and Walnut streets.
Preaching Sabhath 11:0) am. and 7:10 p.m.
nrlav b"l.ol at 4:(X) p m . Iter. J. A. ticarrett.
p m or.
IJREShYTKHIAN Slghtb street; preacnlog oa
( Sabbath at 11 axi a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; prayer
iretlfig Wednesdaj at 7:3') p.m.; bun day Bcheol
liit.m Rev B.Y. Oenrrt, pastor.
JT. JDCKI'IJ S Roman Catholic) Comer Cross
"I vt'ilrnt trets: Mass every Sunday at 8
and lfta. m.; Sunday school at i p. m , and Vesp
ers at & p. m, M etvry mornliig at 8 a, m. Iter.
C. Sneiiey, pastor.
C'l 'A Tlllc li'8-( Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
a'rint atid Wn.Mnirton aenne; ,Ve every
8onlayand b and Via m.: Sunday scboo at I p.m.,
and Vecpers at 8 p. m. ana every morning at I
p.m. Rev. J, Murphy, pastor.
Electric Appllancae are sent on 30 Days' Trial,
TO MEN ONLY, Y0UNQ OR OLD,
"liriio are suffering from Naaroua Dasrurr,
yy LiiMT v iTAi.iTi, i.krm or xkkvii roacsssv
! of a PsnsoHAti Natwrk reaultlnir from Astisas and
Othkh Ci'-trt. Hpwxly mllof end complete resto-.
' ration of HSALrB.viuoaand Mashood Oi'AaaSTaBD.
; The granrluat diacovury of tha Nineteenth Century.
' Bvndalnnno Cur llluatraUtd Famphlfittrea. Aclilrsas
VOITAIO HIT 80., MAE8HAU, Mil,.
Kfiin. aa, ii,v ' a.f,a,iMn. miw mi una. uia
fc 1 a taworlt prflswrlptloa ? obv ti Jbf
Inost noted and suooeasful epectallete In the TJ. eV
(now wired) for theooreof jrweanssi Asstllseia,
W Jf tkead, WaaAiafSS we IMesy. Mill
In plain saaUaxlauTalopaVeat. DrugtslaaaalUlilw
Address DR. WARD 4 CO., laHisJaja Met,
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s .nata, namiiia, uaraaie aa saaaisi asr-
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f i SamrMitj), ranal. dtaassaa, . Casr
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s hit that rarrJa aata at ese Je
hM Ulaatrstsd Waa. am i.aw ruaiftiaaa, fa s sssaV
Bt. (aaa la the .Biraarssnsa i
( BEFDReV AND -VAfTSl
78 Ohio Levee.
LLiNOIS CENTRAL R. R
Shortedt and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago. .
The Oalv JLine liunnine;
3 DAILY TIlAIKd
Making Dikkot Connxotion
riuias LiiT Caiuo:
3:Ofi a ru. Mfcil,
Arriving in Bt. Loots t:44 a m : Chicago,a:j0p.m.;
Connecting at Odin and Effingham for Clnela
cati, LoOisrille. Indianapolis and points laat.
lit 25 p. in. Kuajt Bt. I.ouis tvnd
trrivlng in Bt. Ioals6:46p. m., and connectiag
for all point West.
3:45 p.m. Kant Kzprea).
Kir fit. Louis and Chicago, arriving at Bt. Leale
t0:iTip.m., and Chicago 7 :') a m
.'1:45 p in. Cincinnati Kipreaa.
'irrlvltg at ClnelLnatl 7:00 a.m.; Loaisvllle t:tt
am.; Indianapolis 4:05 a.m. Passengers y
ibis train reach the above points IVi to 30
lluL'KB in advance ol any other route.
raTThe8:60 p. m. ezpreee has PILLMAS
I.H.RPINO CAlt Cairo to Cincinnati, wlthoot
hangea, and through sleeper to tit. Iouis aad
Fast Time Kast.
P o uoon ,avu by this line go through to KasU
rdSSengeiB eTa point without any delay
ranaed by Sunday Interrenlng. Th Saturday after.
aoon train from Cairo arrives in new York Monday
ornlug at 10:85. Thirty-six hours In dvncof
nT other route.
t2lFor through tickets and rther Information,
apply at Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
J. U. JONES, Ticket Agent.
A . B . HAW80N. Oen . Pass. Agent. Chicago
K R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
C. BT. LAN
o. x. B. (jitckson route;
tKipress 10 SOs.m.
Accnm... 8:50 D.m.
T. L. 4C It. U. (NnrroW-ffnU'f).
Express ... 8:00 a ni. Bxpres l:ina
V.x 4 .Vail .. I0:)0a m. Kt. A Wall. .4:10p
Accom 12:iflD.m. Acconi '4;n p
T. L. A I. M. R. U.
..10:80 p.m. tExpress :80 p
W., BT. L. 4) P. H. H.
Mll A Ex 4:(0a.m. I 'Mull A Ex
. . 0 SOp.
..(i 11 P.
...4:00 p.m, I 'Arro n ....
,...1:4.' a.m. Freight
mobile & oiiio it. u.
):i.in, I Mall.
Dally except Supriay. t Dullr.
TIM K CARD
DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
Arr at I Pep'rs
I I'm PC
5 a. m.
.11 : 'On m
.4 80 p.m.
,r p. m.
.in P. m.
I.C. R, K. (through lock mail)
" (way mall)
" (Southern Dlv ....
Iron Mountain R. R...
Vfahaah R. R
A p. m.
9 80 am
4 p. m.
Tea A St. Louis R. R
.... V. Ol.
Bt. LouliACuiroR.lt 6 p. m.
Ohio River P. m.
Miaa blser arrires Wed.. Hat. A Mon.
" depart Wed., Prl. & bun.
PO. gap ditl. op n from 7:80am to 7:30 pa
P.O. box del. o, on from 8 a.m. to Bp, m.
BandsTs gnu. del. open from. ...8a. di, to 10a. ra,
Bundav ling del. open from.... A a. m. to 10:80am
iar-NOTB -Changus will be puMlshed from
time to time in city pupura. 1 (Change your cards ae
entdingly. WM . tf . MuRrBY. P. M