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fhe 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
dean. It is active; therefore, it is ,
healthy. It is vigorous; therefore,
it resists Impurity. u , , ' t V
But the sluggish pool, where the '
current is not strong enough to f
keep the water in motion, is stag
nant and foul Dirt and rubbish
are thrown into it, and stay there. x
Impurities and vile odors make 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
and weak, impurities and defile
k ments creep into it, and it has no
strength to cast them out. Then
the system runs down.
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ache, fullness after eat Ins;, aversion to
isrtlon of body or mind, Eructation
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"I have had Dyspepsia, with Constipa
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man . W. 1. EDWARDS, Palmyra, O.
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T KircNDf d, the following diseases wl thou, rood
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f A SKEPTIC SAID
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The Daily BTdletin.
orriCX: 0. 78 OHIO LlVKt
OFFICIAL FAFIK OF ALIXaSOIB OUVKTT.
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TBAXUOHIOI TBBOTWR III 1UIIJ AT
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Dally, osa year by mall.,.... 2
Dally, oae month n.
Dally, one week... - .w
Published every moralng (Mondays sxsepted).
Weekly. moatae I
Published every Monday aaoa.
gyciubs of Ive or more lor Weekly Ballstlaat
oae ume, per year, fi.ou. i
All Oommanleatloas shoald be addressed to
a. A. Buann i,
Ftblisher and Proprietor
FOB THE FARMER.
The Demands of Stock-Raisers upon
ResaltA Obtained by the Modern
System of Bee Culture.
Small Farms and Thorough Coltl
TationSuggeetlons as to
BTOCK3IZN AND CONGRESS.
There is an important work before
the committee which was appointed by
the National Convention of Stockmen
in Chicago to go to Washington and
promote the interests of stock owners.
Their duties are especially to seoure
such action by Congress as will serve
to lessen the losses which ore brought
upon the American owner of live stock.
These losses are enormous. The inju
ries and death of the animals through
contagious diseases bring very heavy
loss; but these are vastly increased by
the restrictions placed upon our live
stock and dressed-meat export traffio
by foreign countries. France, always
friendly towards America, has removed
her prohibition against pork from this
country,, but Germany has not yet
found it agreeable or politic to do so.
England cannot consistently permit
cattle from the United States to enter
Great Britain without first changing
her law prohibiting the Importation of
living cattle from any country where
contagious diseases are known to exist
Some of these diseases have been and
are now prevalent in some parts of the
United States, and as the States are
one country, as England has been able
to lotim within the last twenty years,
she cannot be convinced that cattle
from the West might, under practical
and proper regulations, be taken into
Great Britain without in even the
slightest degree endangering the health
of cattle. As the traffio In Qve stock is
now managed Great Britain is certainly
Justified in closing her doors against
cattle from the States, for there are no
valid laws to prevent the movement
of cattle from an infected district in
one State to any district in any other
The enactment of a law whioh will
meet all the requirements of the case
will tax the abilities of the wisest of
the statesmen whose courage is tern
pered by regard for place. Even the
warmest of the friends of the live-stock
interests are hardly sure of what they
want and how muoh they want. They
will not be content with any narrow
act which will provide only for the
control or the extinction of contagious
pleuro-pneumonia, or for preventing
the approach of foot-and-mouth dis
ease. Muoh has been done 1 lately to
arouse attention to the losses whioh
have been and may be caused by those
diseases, but it will not be forgotten that
trichinae, hog-cholera, Spanish-fever,
glanders, chicken-cholera, anthrax, and
other contagious diseases are prevalent
in the States and deserve attention. It
is not to clear that one general law can
be made to cover all the demands of
the case and do justice to all. It is
quite certain that no law can be passed
which will not create dissatisfaction in
some parta of the country. The selec
tion of men who are not more anxious
to hear their own voices and push their
own personality in council; who will not
speak their minds so freely as to make
the promoters of the good cause ex
claim: "Save us from our friends;"
who will not use the occasion more to
push their own private interests rather
than the publio ones they have been
chosen to serve, will doubtless make
the committee of representative! of the
stockmen a most efficient one.
My apiary has been conducted strict
ly on the modern system of bee culture
and the results have been wonderful to
the uninitiated. My apiary, situated
as it is in a fine farming section, is re
garded as a great curiosity by the peo
ple, and quite a number of people of
both -sexes have visited it and expressed
the greatest astonishment at its mag
niiuile and mantiemont. : In the early
spring I only laid in enough supplies
for an average honey season, and when
the rush came 'the supplies ran out
and I lost heavily on that account. This
loss has not been altogether a 'loss,"
as it h:ts taught me a valuable lesson,
i. e., to keep a bountiful lot of supplies
on hand at the right" time. A further
SOUlCe of loss was a failure tn nntant
swarming. Heretofore I confidently
believed that I possessed the skill to
govern the swarming impulse. But
this season has either been an excep
tion or I was mistaken in part.
The best result obtained from a sin
gle colony and its increase was 296
pounds of surplus honoy. This colony
(imported stock), was allowed to send
out but one swarm, after which the
queen cells were removed and further
increase thereby prevented. ..The par
ent hive gave 175 pounds, and the
"swarm" gave 121 pounds, making the
aggregate as altove, 296 pounds. At
ve pnoe of 1ft cents per pound, the
! rice for which my honey sells at my
apiary store room, this one colony has
given $43.96 worth of honey, while the
inoreaseone good swarm is worth
more than enough to cover all labor
and expenses. Mr first six swarms
gave 600 pounds of extract of honey of
the first quality an average of 100
pounds each, or in the aggregate $90
worth of honey. . Several colonies
made seventy-two one-pound (section)
boxes of comb honey each, at 20 cents
CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MOKfflNfl JAWAgt 88, 1884.
. i ..!;,. tii in ft a the income
from each hive employed in making this
class of goods.
The result will suffice to show wheth
er or not the apiary will pay when in
the hands of a 'bee-master. I am
satisfied that if on apiary was sltuatod
in a locality where white clover and
linden timber abounds, I could make
double the figures above. Nevertheless
It should be borne in mind that skill
.-j . j..oV.lli (n ihn anlarlat. arA aba
BUU nuajjmuinuj u "i --- "
solutely essential to success. Corres
pondence f anner 8 journal.
HINTS ON POULTBT-BAISLVO
Mr. A. M. Ualstead, an Eastern
poultry-raiser, and the author of a re
cent work on artificial incubation, gives
the following sueirestions on the loca
tion of a yard and the construction and
arrangement of the buildings: In the
first place, the site of the yard ahould
be a dry situation, with a southern or
southeastern slope. If on the bank of
a lake or a pond, well; but a small run
ntng stnlm is preferable, A rough
piece of land, with some underbrush
and rocks, is not objectionable, unless
the rocks are broken or piled up, so as
to make a naroor lor rate or weasels.
Some underbrush is desirable for shade.
Currant bushes make a good shade and
their fruit is eood for the fowls. In the
buildings to shelter the fowls it is bet
ter to nave a number of small houses
rather than one of large size for the
breeding stock. A convenient as well
as economical way is to build each
house double; that is, to shelter two
yards of fowls, letting the dividing
fence join the house in the center.
Houses twelve feet long by six feet wide
will make two apartments, each large
enough to accomodate fifty hens and
four cocks, which are as many as
should be kept together. Ventilation
must not be overlooked, and in hot
weather should, be ample, The yard
lor this number of lowis should not be
less than an eighth of an acre, two
thirds of which should be in grass; the
remainder should be in bare earth and
should be plowed or spaded in altern
ate sections every week. A small shed,
not necessarily more than two or three
feet high, should be constructed, and
under this prepare the dustinsr ground
of fine sand, wood ashes and a little to
bacco dust. In another part of the
yard place a trough or shallow box, in
which keep a supply of fine eravul. In
case, however, the soil of the yard is
gravelly, tins is not necessarv.
In fencing the yai'da the hght pf the
fences will nave to be regulated by the
breed of fowls kept. The Asiatic fowls
Will stay infcide of almost any sort of an
enclosure, while the Leghorns and oth
er light footed fowls will readily fly
over a fence six t'eot high. - In addition
to the buildings for the breeding stock
there will be required a setting or hatch-
I n (T rrtnm a tinraorrr fnr tlia rn n rr
cbtcks, whioh should be partially cov
ered with glass, and a second building
into which they can bo moved when 4
or 5 weeks old. The size of these build
ings of course, to be governed by the
extent of the business.
Docrxrrr of cattle.,
Docilitv is a valuable aualitv in cattle
as well an other stock. It is generally
considered the result of handling the
individual animal; but this is not en
tirely true. Like many other charac
teristics it may become inbred and he
reditary. For instance, the Holland
cows have been petted and kept docile
for generations, till the young seem to
naturally like to be handled, and no
trouble is found in breaking heifers of
this breed with their first calf, but as a
rule they are gentle from the start
wnue the cattle on the farm should,
as a matter of both convenience and
economy, bo so tamed as to be quiet in
the presence of the feeder, cows espec
ially should be broken to the halter.
There are so many occasions when it is
necessary to remove them from place
to place, when the comfort and saving
of time in handling one broken to the
halter will easily repay the trouble of a
few lossons in earlier life. A calf can
be quickly taught and is good work for
the boys on the farm, ana if once bro
ken they will not forget with the han
dling they are Ukely to receive after.
W e are often reminded of this neg
lect to break them in when cattle are
led into the ring at fairs. Many, even
of high bred herds that are expected to
be properly trained, are almost unman-
agable and do not show well because
they are untamed.
AN AOBICCLTUBAL CREED,
The following is a craeA mlnntnil Vv
r ' -
a recent acrieultnral ennvi'ntinn In
We believe In small farmn unrl thn.
ough cultivation; we believe that the
sou lives to eat, as well as the owner,
ana ought, therefore, to be well ma
nured; we believe in goinor to thn hnt-
torn of things, and, therefore, deep
yiuwiujf, buu euougn oi it an trie bet
ter if it be a subsoil plow; we believe in
large crops which leave the land better
man uiey iounu it, making both the farm
and the farmer rich at the same time;
we believe that every farm should own
a good farmer; we believe that the fer
tilizer of any soil is a spirit of industry,
enterprise, intelligence without these
lime, gypsum and guano would be of
little use; we believe in good fonces,
good farm-houses, good orchards and
good children enough to gather in the
fruit; we bulieve iu u clean kitchen, a
neat wife in it, a clean cupboard, a
clean dairy, a clean conscience; we be
lieve that to ask a man's advice is not
stooping, but of much benefit; we be
lieve that to keou a place for every
thing and everything in its place saves
many a step, and is pretty sure to lead
to good tools and keeping them in or
der; we believe that kindness to stock
like good shelter, is saving of fodder
wo believe that it is a good thing to
keep an eye on experiments, and note
all, good and bad; wo believe it is a
good rule to sell grain when it is ready:
wo bel eve in producing the best buU
ter and cheese, and marketing it when
,A0caref,ul 09,iuato of the corn crop of
1883, made somo time ago gives a yield
of 1.271,208,000 bushels. The crop
last year was l.CJ4,0O0,00O, and . the
orop of 1879 was considered larger, the
figures allowing 1,764.000,000. On this
estimate the crop of this year falls 368,
000,000 bushels short of the crop of
1882. Tho monpv value of the deficien
cy Is over $100,0(10,000.
Are Rich Men Hppjr?
Dlo Lewis is in some respects crank,
and frequently is ' consideralrty way
off1' la his opinions, but ha hits the
nail on the bead when he talks m fol
lows: But how can we bear so exist
ence, whioh measured by Vanderbllt's,
Is a pitiful failure? Are you sure, my
friend, that his life is suoh a magnifi
cent success If a man were happy in
proportion to his possessions, which is
really the popular notion, then Indeed
money would be the great good. Here
is a gardener worth $100. . He sings
while about his work, enjoys and di
gests his dinner, watches his children
as they play among the flowers, and
seems contented.' Suppose Mr. Van
derbilt with his $200,000,000 were as hap
py in proportion to his wealth! He
would climb to the top of Trinity steeple,
face Wall street, yell and shriek bis
tumultuous emotions, aad in tho mad
ness of his joy leap into eternity.
Study bU face when driving Maud S.,
and see if you think him very happy.
He retires from business at 60, because
his back is sore from the heavy burden.
The straia hw nearly erased him.
People envy him Maud 8. Poor fel
low, I wish he had mare that could
o In twenty seconds; but, even then.
be could not get away from the ghost
of tho Westhore.','
TitnsDAT Emrrjie, Jan. 14, 1814.
Ths weather is cold and eyerj thing is
freeiing up solid again to-night.. '
Tbs markets are unchanged aid business
is not near as brisk as it shoald be with the
river closed to 8t Louii.
FLOUR Dull end unchanged. Stocks
are full and the dssoud for round lets very
HAY Receipts are fallen off and prices
for choice eontioue firm. . . .
CORN Stocks are ample aad the in
quiry good only for ehoice dry com.
OATS 8teady at quotations, ,
MBAIi Firm and in good demand for
BRAN Noae in market. . ,
BUTTER Choice is in good demand,
bat country batter is stocking up and
EGGS Finn and advancing, Haiders
were asking SSc, to-day,
CHICKENS Dressed is in good demand
at$2.50$$8.00. Choice live find fair sale
and art scarce. ' ' ' 1 ' :-: ',; '
TURKEYS Scarce and wanted. V
APPLES Fancy an in request and firm.
POTATOES Choice finds ready sale.
ONIONS-Dull and plenty.
Salea and Quotations.
OT.-Tbs priest eat (Waaentor talsa from
erst Danes in roaaa lou. am aavaaca is
barflvd for roaaa lots la aulas ordsrs.
Istra faaer..... IB SB
SOD bbli rartoas frada... was so
raauy ......m.-m . ioat is
Ch'cs. -..-.-....... S"04 75
Taney ,, . S0Q5 oo
4 ears fflt aaf mall bale... 11
5 ears cholcs Timothy ..,... 1 00
Sears mixsd .... 8 00
S cars ehoie 10 W
1 ear sjood aalxad
S ears rnlis ana whits In balk sa tt tea . . .
Sears new wall la sacks
sears lint la Bill
T ears eSolee la balk
lean light la balk.....
p.il n-i, ,). vm ......m. ...... ........... u
Ko. I Hsdlursassa.... 100
SOObbli Oltf erasra..... I MM 40
IS f Mkl aeee ihmmw nw no 90
i TJTrH. ,'.
00 potnfls ehotea Northern peeks! lOQlt
500 poandi ehoice northern dairy S3
SOOpeaads 8 cm them Uleroll 18 '11
100 pounds creamery Sa&l
eOOdosaa... J... tt&M
00 doaea tt
Large choice.-... 10 (0
mail I 00
' ' ! . .. CHICKINS.
B eoopi mixed and hens 1 0Oe) n
S eoope hens .nMM.UMM S Sflt "0
Dressed per dos S S0&I 00
Fer bbl ehoice Bea Carls M - S TB
" ' Borne Beantr a 7B
Small ?sretlee 1 M
Choice Wlusesps .....-.....l Iftfii no
Oenatons ......J 00&S 60
Choice yellow. .... e eeeeeem
Potatoes per bosh Peach Blow.... 4AOM
Potatoetper bash lerly Rose.......... 40
Potatoes per bbl......... I lift! 00
Aeeordlag to tlse.,
.10 oeis cs
Fine nnweohod-... imni.......,.........
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BOCkttS ililtliMeiifMiMtNiiiiettemM 10
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Oble Hirer 1 OS
ttf beehel barlspt s
rbaihel '. 11)2
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Peeehef, halves eaB tanners et)eMeaaetB Wffm&k
ApplM,brtfht .- WW
Choice aetr . .
Choice medium ..T"!'.'"" 1 j
Choice, 'Csetorv . '
10 to a
m to tie
Tl to io
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yetiij mwuHiitisttMmt see
Dry Flint choice
ea eeeeeee e e ee eeee
U SJII,.....H mMMIHHHWMIWI. M
Sheep Pelts, dry
Sheep Prtte. green....,...
jow Leaf . . . . ,
Bedlam Lesf. ,
4 BUQ I OS
4 TSO or
RATK8 OP FRSIOHT.
Hey Ploar Pork
aiit hkvi avvi
""r1 u so sa
m Or.,esns,.M. 17U te as M
Helena, Ark... vnl f, an
Kllneston, Mlee 22 H 45
Vlckehurg, Prenten Donee f per cwl hlghe
All other wer points below Memphis toNew r
lesni. isms ratee se to KUneiUa
Better than $10,000!
MI spent over $10,000 in 23 years," said
Major H. V. Ilmei, of Boston, Mass., "in
beioR doctored for epilepsy. I employed
tbe best physicians in New Orleans, St.
Louis, N. York, Phila, Boston, London and
Paris, but all to do pnrpose. Samaritan
Nervine has cured me entirely." $1.50.
Lovllest among tbe Lovely
is the who renews or preserves tbe beauty
of her teeth with SOZODONT.confessedlr
the most effective preparation for them.
Volumes of evidence might be adduced in
support of its claim to public confidence, as
a meant of invigorating the teeth snd ren
dering them pure, srlistenin and spotless,
and not lest satisfactorily proven, is its
balmly influence uiion the breath. - Ask
for genuine 80ZODONT, aad accept no
ARKANSAS AND TEXAS.
Alonir tbe line of the St. Louii, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas snd
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands of
acres of tbe choicest farming and grating;
lands in the world, ranging in price from
$2.00 to $800 and $4.00 per acre, In a
healthy country, with climate unturpasaed
for salubrity and comfort. Bend your ad
dress to tbe undersigned for a copy of ita
tistics of crops railed in Arkansas and Texas,
in 1882, and make up your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that the crop
for 1883 is 50 per cent larger than . that of
loo?, lo those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed for money paid forticketi or freight
ovsr the Companies lines.
H. C. T0WI8&5D, Qen'l Past. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
Stats or Illinois
Clreuit Court of
Cotnrrr or Auiasdis ) Is Chancery.
Mary Hodgej, Mary Hodge, Jr., flerah Jane
nuagee ana jonn Alexander uodges.
Pttbllc nottee Is hereby given that. In pareoance
of s decree made sad entered by esid court In
tbe sbnre entitled cease, on tho list day of Jan.
asry, A. D. 188 , I, Alexander H. Irvln, usster
In chancery of tbe istd circuit court of Alexander
eonnrv. will, on
WEDNESDAY, THB 1STH DAT OF FIBKCA-
at the hoar of 11 o'clock In the forenoon,
at the tonthwetterlT door of the eonrt honsa In the
city of Cairo, county of Alexander aad state of
tuition, sen at panne auction, to tne
bighdit and best bidder, for - cash,
all and singular, the followlnt described
premises and real eatate In aatd decree
mentioned, situate In tho county of Alexander and
etateof Illinois, or so much thereof ae shall be
snmclent to eatletv said decree, to-wit: The north
weit quarter of tbe southeast guarter of section
one (1), In townnhlp sixteen (18), south and in
range two (2) went of the third principal meridian.
Dated, Cairo, Illinois, Jsnnary 3d, 1884
ALEX. H. IRVrN.
Master In Chancery.
Malkey A Leek, Complainant's Solicitors.
r- CAUTION. :; Vi i:
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health. , .... . . .
Sery sufforer from malarial poison shoald take
Swift's Specific. C. O. rr-SKoaa,
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- ' - L - Drawer I, Atlanta, Qa. .
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LUffOIS CENTRAL R. R
: ; TIIK
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line HunninK
O DAILY TRAINd
From Cairo, ,
Making Direct Oonneotiob?
raaiss Lasvs Cairo:
arriving In St. Lonls 1:45 a.m.; Chicago.:sOp.ss.i
Connecting at Odin and Kmngbam for Cineisv
nstl, Loots vllle, Indlaaapolts and polnU Best.
18:SO . m. JTaeit St. Lou!, suad
trrlvlngin8t.lpnls:46p. m., and conneotlac
for all points West.
3:49 p.m. Vtutt Expreea.
r e? St111 JiwVhlcf' rriing at St. Looto
10:Srp.m., and Chicago ":) a.m.
3:45 p.m. Cinoinnfttl Kxpress. "
trrlvlug at ClneiLnati T:00 a.m.; Louisville t-J
a.m.; Indianapolis 4:06 a.m. Passengers aw
u.'M'S1? rT6 th bov" Polo" IS to 36
UOLK8 In adTancs ol any other route.
t"The:B0 p. m. express has PCLLBAB
sLKEPINO Ca"r Cairo to Cincinnati; without
changes, and through sleeper to St. Louie and
Fast Time East.
Prt HQPTI 0PPd by this line go throaga to Kaee.
L ttoacileiS era polnte without any dels
caused bv Sunday tnterTening. The Saturday after. -loon
train from Cairo arrive in aw York Monde
uorniag at 10:35. Thlrty lx hours la advaaeeel
av other route,
has-For through ticket and further Information,
tpply at Illinois Centra) Kali roart Depot, Cairo. -a
t t,.,bJ H JONKS.TIciet Agent.
A. H. HANSON. Odd. Pes. Agent. Chleaco
R R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
Tra.ns Depart. " Trains Arrive.
c. bt. L h. o. b. b. (Jsckson route).
tBxpreee 10 SQa.m.
B j press
lAcoom a:ou p.m.
ST. L. C. B. B.
Xxprets .......8:00a m.
Ex. Mail... 10:90 a.m.
Kx. a Msll...4:10p
BT. L. 4 I. 11. H. H.
Express 10:80 p.m. tsxprets.....l40 p. at.
W., ST. L. P. R. B.
'Matl A Ex.4:fOs.m. I Mall At Ex.. . Hp. at.
Aceom 4:00 p.m. I Acconi ....10:30 a. St.
rrelht..MUMM.7:4S a.m. Freight S.4& p.ss.
mobile ohio b. h.
Mall 5:55 a.m. Mall 9:10 p.m.
Dally except Sunday, t Dally.
A1I1VAL AHD DEFARTTTBE 07 XAILB.
. . P. O.
9 p. m.
9 p. m.
I. C. B. B.Cthroogh lock mail). 5 a. m.
" (war mall) 4 HO p.m.
I" (Southern Dlv I p. m.
Iron Mountain B. B :S"p.m.
Wsbash It. B..-.- ..i p. m.
Texae A St. Louie R. R 7 p. m.
St. Loot A Clro B. K 6 p. m.
Ohio Utter....... v p. m.
Mlee hlver arrlrs Wed., Sat. A Hon.
df parte Wed., Fri. Sun.
. w, Hv.- vvi, vy u ifuiu-. ..... -au am w li'iu m (
f .v. uuj uei. oiitn irom ii.m. iop. X.
Sandsjs gen. del. open from.. ..8a. m. to 1(5 a.m.
Sunday box del. open from.. ..8 s. m. to 10:30am
fcVSOTB. Chung will be pulliehed from
time to time In city papers. Change rour card aa
Jf.MUKPUT. P. M
I CfJ.,,'tt,.1 OUT OF ORDER.
50 ONION SQUARE NEW YORK.
j&0A9O 0ANff .'(UK
ILU , . MASS. QA,
TOR SALE BY
H. Steagala & Co., Cairo, 111.
For Sale bv
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