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WIT AND IIUMOU.
It takes seven ilavs tomnkc one week,
Low many weuku joes it t:ike to make
Many morn Chinamen are leaving the
country fur China than are eoiuin,; Here.
This is a sign of hard ;iiui3.
A Burlington mother has miraculous
ly cured her youngest hopeful of smok
ing by the laying on of l.amls.
Austin, New, has passed a curfew
law, prohibiting boys under sixteen ap
pearing on the. streets lifter 8 o'clock.
"When in society never talk of your
self," is the injunction of an authority
on etiquette. 1'eople in society never
do they run down other people.
Georg'a furniture manufacturers pre
dict a big movement of Western furni
ture men and wood-workers into the
An Indiana jail bird recently s -raped
off the back of a mirror and swallowed
it It was a very cold day for hini
when the mercury went down.
When a horse railroad car-driver lost
his situation the other day, his littlo
brother said: "There is no one to car
fare mother now."
Cincinnati clamors for a society for
the suppression of music. Insatiato
mortals! does n t one suffice. . Have
they not the college still?
We may expect to hear our Fourth of
July orators shout, next summer: "Let
the hog squeal!" instead of "Let the
eagle scream!" Xorristown Herald.
Said the man who had traveled, "I
didn't mind having the delirium tre
mens. I saw snakes and alligators
nnd things, but it merely seemed as
though I was in Florida.
After wrestling with the subject for a
long while, a New York writer con
cludes that there is only one thing that
can effectually remove the odor of fried
Young farmer: "Are you fond of
beasts, Miss Gusherton?'' Miss Gush
?rton: "Oh, really, Mr. I'awker, if
you mean that as a declaration, you
must speak to mamma."
The Indianapolis Journtl says that
the average citizen wants a lock with
f'jur kcy-ho'.es. Unless the averago
citizen has improved of late one key
hole is usually about all ho can find.
Au York Graphic.
"Wnere is the girl of long ago?"
siDgs Joaqniu Miller. We saw her the
other day, Jonq. But she isn't a girl
any more. She had gray hair ami a
wart on her nose, and no teeth and
wore specs. Sa'.nn Sunbeam.
Count Harnanrorn, of Vienna, now
a social lion in New York: "Ach, it's
too pad! I can ncefer marry but one
American girl, und 1 loafs all of dem."
Like Artemus Ward's monkev, ho is
described as an "amoosin' little cuss."
Thompson is not going to do any
thing more in conundrums. Ho re
cently asked his wife the difference
between his head and a hogshead, and
she said there was none. IIo says that
is not the right answer.
A visionary financier who had a
thousand ways to make a fortune, and
not a single one to make a living, is
described by a friend as "a man so
sanguine that the mere getting hold of
a shoe-string makes hiin think that ho
is already the owner of a tannery."
"What will you think of your beauti
ful wife twm'y or th'.rtv" years from
now? that is the inn slh n." according
. . i , . "
10 juons::nor Vjapci. j mil is not a
hard question, Mons'gnor Capel. Most
likely we will think six; is a much
better cook than she was at first.
A m::n alwnys finds out when there
is a hole in the bo;tom of his s:ockin
He makes the discovery win u he takes
his boo'. s off at n:giit and puts his foot
down mi the hot rejr's'cr to warm. He
raroy forge s to p -ak right out about
The lectures of Joseph Cook suggest
a storv to tue ban l raneiseo JJulidfi;
oiinuy, winu is nit; suue 01 reli"ion in
vour town? "Bad, sir. very bad.
.1 here are no Christians except Davis
and mvself, and 1 have many doubts
"I preserve my equilibrium under all
circumstances," she was heard to say
in a pause of the music. to the tow'
headed youth who was her escort
"l'o you?" lie answered softly, "moth
er cans hers." Then the music re
a roving newspaper man lias made
VT u'scvery U,u M t. mmea int10
isic ui oersey nr.: urcm- m.i,. ,.f thm
prettier than Mrs. Landry, and ho will
Wild a summer re,rt hotel with a
iruuuigu ui i,oo J leet, and
with a double deck.
Customer "Are all
miner oiore Keeper ",No,
there is a great, a very great, dlfl'en'nne
In Smyrna rugs." Customer "Wlmt
Is the principal point of difference?''
Storekeeper "Weil, some Smyrna ni"s
are binyrna rugs, but most Smyrna
rugs are not Smyrna ru.l'hilu'l 'jM'i
How is this? In Bostou thev nro
nouaee it "Sew i'nl'inl," uceent on the
Noof: in Michigan it is called "New
founrf-land," with great stress on the
"found," and tne natives of the island
say ,,jNcw-lun-o; coming out strong
on the "land." Wo don't know how
the dog calls it himself. llurlinjton
Minima (a widow of considerable
personal attractions) "I want to tell
you something, Tommy. You saw that
gentleman talking to grandmamma in
tho other room. Well, ho's going to
bo your new papa. Mamma s goto
to marry him." Tommv (who recol
lects something of the life Lis old papa
used to lead) "D-d-does he know it
"What is tho matter, dear?" said a
souutry minister's wife to her husband.
"You look anxious an I worried." "I
am," ho replied. "I have jut heard
somo very bad news." "Li t mo share
It with you, "said tho good woman.
"Perhaps it may not be as bad m you
think." "There" is no hope of that,"
vas tho mournful reply. "Tho mem
bers of the church nie to give us a do
nation party uext week."
"What has become of Miss Blank,
who was such a favorite in your set?'1
"Her father failed a few weeks ago, and
all they had was sold by tho sheriff."
'T.ior thing!" "And now they have
to live in a little rented liou.-e down
town." "What a change! How sho
must grieve!" "Yes. bho is so much
changed that even her best friends
would not recognize her. I met her on
Ihe street to-day and did not know her
at all, poor thing."
Tho way in which the word "lady''
s used now was well illustrated in a
little scene which actually occurred in
'ho vicinity of the market the other
lay. There had been a disturbance on
the street corner, and a Hibernian
aymph described it to tho curious side
walk committee as follows: " 'Ye're a
dirtliy liar,' savs tho lady as keeps the
ipplc-stand. Wid that the ould drunken
ladv up with a brick and tuhk her a lick
;n the head."
Tho absurdity of pushing children
to answer foolish, although pious
enough, questions, is illustrated !y a
story told by Professor Blaekio in Edin
burgh. A little boy at a Presbyterian
examination," said the Profe?sor, "was
asked, 'What's the meaning of regener
ation?' 'Oh, to be born again,' he re
plied. 'Q iito right. Tommy. You're
a very good boy. Would you not like
to be Lorn again?' Tommy hesitated,
but on beiiiir pressed for an answer,
said, 'No.' 'Why, Tommy?' 'For fear
I might bo born a lassie!'" ho replied."
"Gentlemen," said the professor to
his medical students assembled in
clinic, "I have often pointed out to you
the remarkable tendency to consump
tion of those who play upon wind in
struments. In this case now before us
we have a well-marked development of
lung disease, and I was not surprised
to find, on questioning the patient, that
Tie was a member of a brass band.
Now, s'r," continued the professor, ad
dressing the consumptive, "will you
please tell the gentlemen what instru
ment you p'.ay on?" "I blays der
drum," said the sick man.
How a Proverb Was Originated.
Albert Durcr is more fain hh and
more widely known :n an engraver
than as a painter, li.s first copper
plate engraving was made in 1497 and
from that time he executed numerous
works of th.s kind. Ojo of tiie first of
these was "St. Jerome's IV-nance," a
good impression of which was so'd a
few years ago for five hundred dollars.
In Durcr published his first series
of wood-cuts i 1. Hinting the Apoca
lypse of St. John. Toese en's marked
a hew era in wood-engraving, and
showed what possibilities it contained.
Before this time it had bem a Hide art,
chiefly used by uneducated monks.
There are one hundred an I seventy
four wood-cuts attributed to Diner.
The other important series are tho
"Great and L.ltie P.i-sion," showing
the sufferings of Christ, and the "Life
of the Virgin." lie often chose such
scenes us remind us oniy of death, sor
row, and sin. Again, his grotesque
ami fan'aslic humor was shown; and
nothing more wild and mmsu il co il I bu
imagined thrfri some of his fancies
which lie made intrust iuruortal
through his gro.it ariiith: p nver. A
wood-cut called the "Triutuphsii Arch
of Maximi ian" is two an I a half feet
high and nine feet wide; it was com
posed of ninety-two blocks, and ail the
remarkable events in the Emperor's
life are i.lustratc 1 in i", as w 11 as
many symbolical figures an I pictures
expressive of his pr.iise, noj;ii;y, and
It is said tint, while this engraving
was being finished by the engraver
Uosch, the Emperor drove often to see
it. Oa one oecadon several of Loch's
pet cats ran into the pies. -nee of tho
sovereign, aud from this incident arose
the proverb, "A cat m.iv look at a
king." Vittru trslcinc VUmcut, in &'!.
Monday Evening, March 3, 1884.
Everything has been frozen up solid for
the last t h res or four days, but the atmos
phere is hazy to-night and indications ars
for soft weather.
The river has gone back to its little bed
is falling steadily, leaving Cairo and
Mound City, the two levee towns, the
only ones on the Ohio whoso business wis
not interfered with and whoso streets re
mained dry through the great fl md season.
FLOUK The nnrket is active and
movement lively. Trices continue firm and
HAY Market stiff. Receipts of choice
are light and the stock is reduced. Prices
are firm and higher.
CORN Choice is scarce and in good de
OATS Weak and unsettled, with a ten
dency in prices to ro lower.
MEAL Firm and unchanged.
BHAN Source and wanted; none in
BUTTER We note an increased in
quiry for good country roll; choico north
rn is also in good demand.
EQCB-Scarco and firm at USj.
POULTRY Continue (. n,l in
good request. The marUt is bare of both
lurKeys and chickens.
APPLES-Firm aud unchanged.
awiAiuca uioico peachblows for
tables and s:ed are in flood dtmand at qiw
CAI1J0 BULLETIN: 1UESDAV MOlt.NlXU. MARCH 4, 1881.
Utiles and Cluotations.
NOTE. The pnre nere jiven are for ale fretn
Brut hanflt In round luu. An advance
chuffed (or broken lolun ttillcironii t.
300 bhlt Extra Tancr
Ail) hhls Vhrlout grade.
5 ssa 0
j bHM 00
SilO bMs C'bo ea
4U0 bula Fancy.
4 714 8S
4 Wji CO
(cart tlt edge email bale...
2 car red t (
1 car good mixed.
4 carl choice ...
3carcho'ce wh'te MlMonri la balk.
2 car n.lx d In a-ka del ,
4 can mixed in balk
1 car in Mcki del
7 can rholca In kulk
5 cart choice heavy In bu k
7 care In bulk
No. 3 tied, per tin
No. si Mediieranean
500 Ibis CIU on ordera
. 65 S 70
500 pound choice Northern packed 54
pound choice Northern roll 1r3;!0
ftiMiponurti .ouinirn iiiaroii ... 15 is
300 p.ioiids creamery vSuJJO
5 JO dozen.
4 cnn'( choice hen
6 coopa ruiitd.
Per bhl choice Ben Davis
" ' Rum Btauty.,
Choice WiLCfapa .
,.4 vat so
8 503S 5 '
Potatoe? pcf bn(h Pesch Blow 4rV)
roiatoes per onen fcarlj note...
Potatoe per bbl.
.1 t:aJ 00
According tj i!ze...
.15 (XfcW (0
8. C. linni .
a ALT V EATS.
S'4 huhel hnrlaut
Choice BaTT ....
Choice mud torn ,
2 w ja a
B-ar r per pound.
10 to 8
10 to 45
10 to 5i
. 5 to 2 'O
. 75 to 6 1 0
3 to 15
1 00 to V 00
Ory Hint choice
Sheep Peltn,dry .,
Sheep Pi It, green
Good iuir ....
o L -af
4 bu, 5 l
4 Trs 'i ii
t 7 "C
, 7 51 Hi 0 '0
KATUS OP PhCIHIIT.
Ora:n Hay Flour Pork
c;- Vl. hl)l. f,h.
to z) h
Vlckhuri. Prcntens ilnuae ' per cwt. hleher
All other wa DOlnU htrlow Vemiih1. n v.-
leana, amo ratea ui to K Itieetos
No invention of the nineteenth ceniury has
worked a greater revolution in household
economy or conferred more of a benefit on
humanity than the sewing machine.
The first productions were crude and
uncouth in the extreme, and it was reserved
for American skill and ingenuity to brin"
forth a machine of any practical value.
In order to appreciate the great advance
ment which has taken place it is only neccs
siry to compare one of the machines built
during the infancy of the invention with
one of the latest improved "Liiiht-Runnine
All the really good points contained in
otti-r machines have been utilized in its
construction. Many new improvements
ami uevices lmvo also been added, the re
suit of which is a machine as nearly peilect
as it is possible to make on .
For simplicity, durability, case of man
agement and capacity for work, the "Lifht-
Running New lloimi" hits no rival, and tho
happy possessor ot one may rest assurred
that he or she lias the very best the wnrld
Ail who send for the comnanv's new
illustrated catalogue, and enclose their ad-
tertisement (printed on another pasjc) will
receive a set ot advertisinp; novelties, of
value to card collectors. Their add roes is
NEW HOME SEVVINO MACHINE CO.,
3D union square, JNew York.
The universal pmiso bestowed upon
Kidney-Woit ns nn invalnnblo remedy for
all disoriicta 01 the Kidneys, Liver and
liowiis, i wen merireti. its virtues are
universally known and its cures are re
p rted on all sides. Many 1 bstinate cases
Imve siiccnmiieu to it alter they had been
given up by the doctors and a thorough
trcutiuent will never fail to iure. Sold oy
all drugits. See adv'i.
In the Hop Plss'cr are u.iited French
Hups, U inis an. 1 isnsams, and its power
is wonderlul in curlnc B:ick Aehe, Spmins,
t i f n t . .1 . . .
Hi U S' s, neiiriign, run in tne s ue or
Soreness anywhere. Thousands testify to
rJucKteu'8 Aruicit salve
The Best Silve '.n the w irld for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, snd all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It ia guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents pr box. For s ilo by Barclay
t r- e of Charge.
All persons suffering from Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Less of Voice, or an af
fection of the Throat and Lv.ngs, are re
quested to call at Bin Ley Bros' drug
store and get a trial botilo of Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, free of
charge, which w;ll convince them of its
wonderful merits and show what a regular
dollar tiae bottle will do. C til early. (3)
Do Not Be Deceived.
In these times of quack medicine adver
tisements everywhere it is truly gratifying
to find one remedy that is worthy of praise
and which really docs as recommended.
Electric Bitters we can vouch for as being
a true and reliable remedy, and one that
will do as recommended. They invariably
cure Stomach and Liver Complaints, Dis
eases of the Kidneys and Urinary diffi
culties. We know whereof wo speak, and
can readily stv, cive them a trial. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle bv Barclay Bros. (3)
Emor '0 Little Cathartic is the best and
only reliable Liver Pill known, never fails
with the most obstinate cases, purely vege
table. 15 cents. ' " (1)
A Fair Ofier.
The Voltaic Beit Co., Marshall, Mich.
offer to send Dr Dvc's Voltaic Belt and
Appiicances on tiial, for thirty days, to
men, eld or journr, afflicted with nervous
aebiiity, lost vitality and kiudicd troubles.
See advertisement in this paper. 2
tJfFarhton is Q uen. Fast, brilliant
ami fashionable re the Diamond Dye col
ors. Une p::Kr.ge triors 1 to 4 lls. ot
coods. 10c. for any color. Get at drug
gist.. Wtlls, Richardson & Co., Burliug-
Advice to Ilotlieis.
Are vou disturbed at night nnd b-'.ken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
cnirjrwita 11am of cuttm" teeth? II so.
seed at once and get a bottl of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothii.tf. Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is inc ilcul jble. It will rc-
ieve the poor little iuikrcr immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cuies dsentery und
diarihou, regulates th: stomach am) bow
els, cures wind coiic, softens '.he gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole Mtteni. Mrs. Vins
Iow'b Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
isplestant to the :tte, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and be.-t female
nurses aud physicians in the United States,
and is for sale by ill druggists throughout
the world. Price 2o cents a Mtle.
For seven years Allen's Br .da Food has
stood the strnnge-t 'ctts as to its merits ia
curing Nervousness, Nervous Debility and
restoring lost powers to the weakened Gen-
ative System, and, in no n.Btance, lias it
ever failed; test it. fl; C for fj. At
ARKANSAS A f " D TEXAS.
Along Ihe lir:e of the St. Lou's, Iron
Mountain and Southern Ridway,'IVxis and
Pacific Railway anil International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands of
hCres of tiiC choicest farming and grazing
Jar lis in the wot 1.1, ranging in price from
f2.00 to f:i00 and $4.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climste unsurpassed
for salubrity and c nifort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas nnd Texas,
!n 1882, and make up your mind to go and
see for yourself when you h am that the crop
fnr 18S:i is 50 per cent larger than that of
1882. 1 0 those purchasing land owned by
theCompiny, andpajing one-fourth, one-
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed for money paid for tickets or freight
over the Companies lines.
II. O. TownsKND, Oeu'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
Henry 'a Carbolic Salve.
The het r.l ve tied In the world for Cut. Urn Urn.
Pile, bore. Ulrer. Suit Khi-nin, Tetter. ChaDoed
Hands. Cljllhtaliif, Con , and all kind ol Skin
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guaranteed to vlve pi-rfrct -h Wanton in evertr
cae lie fure you uk. llKNKV S CAIlBOl.Ii;
SA1A K, a nil otni-ra it b jt lmlUlton aud
counterrelia. I'nct25 cent.
Dr. Green's Oxygenated Eittcrs
I the oldei' and ht--t remedy for Dvpnensla.
lllliottnen, Malaria. I' d'iirHtloti. all diannti-r nt
tho eiomacn anu (Iihiiih-b I riicatlni; an Im nra
con itiou of tne 1.1. jod. Kidneys aud Liver.
nritNO'S CATAUUII SNUFF enrea Catarrh
and all afloctlon of ihe mucous ineinb ano.
Denton's Balnam cute Cold", Coiifh, HheuTia
1 1111, Kidney Truullei ttc. Can bu urcd exter
nally an a planter.
For Salo bv
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rjAX I'cnciiASJ.ns notice.
To John Howley or any otter person or persona
You are hereby notified '.hat at a sale of real
estato In the county of Alexander and state
of Illinois, h' Id by the connty culiector of said
connty. at the aotithwesterly door of the court
house In the city of Cairo, in -lo county audsta'e,
on the lliti day of June, A. I). l.v-i.
tfio nne t ened purcbased the f rlow-
!nu descriif d real estate Mltiatfd in
the city tf Cniro, in the county of Alxanaer
aad state ol I.linoi, fur the tux-s due and
unpaid thereon for the year A. I), tail, to
gether with penalties and cots; alil real etat
clnir laied In tne name or Jolin liowiev, to-wit:
Lot uumhered three ( ',). In h ock nuruhered iwn
tv or.e(i), and thut the time allowed byliwfur
the redemption of saU real estate will expire uu
the Hlh day of June, A. U 1WI.
.vitilAKL j. liviwi.r i, rurcnaser.
Cairo, III., -arrh 1st. A. U.
rpAX PCRCUA3EK'3 NOTICE.
ToC. K. Tracer, Tiastce, and all other partita la
You are hereby notified that at a salo of real
e'tate. in the county or Alexander ana state
of Illinois, held by the county collector of said
county, at the southwesterly door of the court
house in tne citv or Cairo, in sain counij uu
state, on the 13th day of Jure, 188!. the under
signed purchased the n al etato hereinafter do
scribed, situated In th City of Cairo, county of Al
exander and btate of Illinois; ild for the axe
cue an! unpaid tbere.m for the year A. 1). 1?81,
together with penaiue and cost; said real estate
belli taxed In tne name of C. E. Tracey, Truntee,
to-wit: l ot numbered one (Irand two (i!) In block
numbered sixteen (1 ) as known and designated on
the recorded mnp or put or saiG cwy, anu mat
Ihe time allowed by law i.r t!ie redemption of the
said real estate will expire on the nth day of
June, 1SH4. . v
.JUIl'. u.ObS) l urcutiBer.
Cairo. 111., March Ird, 18M.
To P. II Pope, In whose nam sold, v Imam A.
McOrew, owner, and all other parties intereieu:
Y'oa are hereby notified that at a sale of real
estate, in the connty of Alexander and state
of Illinois, held by tne county collector or suit
county, at the southwe-teriy door of the cmrt
house in the cltyot Cairo, in said county anu niaie,
on the Vth oay of June, the undersigned pur
chased the leal entate hereinafter described, alia
ated In Ihe cry of Cairo, county or Aiexanaer ai,u
State of Illinois; sold for the txe due ai d li
poid thereon lor tue car A. D. 1BHI, tocether with
penalt es and costs; said real estate helni? taxed In
the nanvj of P. U. Pope, ta-wlt: Lot numbered
eL-ht (K)in block numbered elcen(Il)aa known
and designate u on tue recoruen mai or piai i m u
city, and that the time allowed by law for
the redemption of tho said real estato will expire
on the 9th d'iy of June. 1H83.
Cairo, 111,, Mnrch 3.d, 1BH4. .
rpAX PURCHASER'S NOTICE.
To Hup, Wency and all other parlio Interested :
you are nureoy noi'neo nmv m a i ui r
estate, In tho county Ol Aiennner anu siam
of Mlnoia, held by the county collector of sa'd
county, at tho southwesterly door of tho court
house In the city ol v;airo, in sain comity ami
slate, on the !Md day or June, imi, tne under
filled purchased the real estate hereinafter do
scribed, altuated tn Ihe city of Cairo, county of Al
exander and B'aie of Illinois; sold for ih" taxes
due and nnpald thereon Tor thn year a u. ihsi, to
cether with penalties and costs; said real estate
beluK taxid in the name of UurIi Kmney, to-wit:
Lot numbered four (4) in block numbered twenty
nine ('i'Jt as known and designated on the recorded
map or plat of said city, and that the
time allowed by law for the redeinnilon of tho
said real e ate will expire on the 23d day
of June, 1881. .
J W. SPIES, Purchaser
Calm, 111., March 8rd. 1H84.
rjAX PURCHASER'S NOTICE.
ToTavlor and Pa'ion, In whoe tame sold, Mo
bile Ohio Railroad Company, owner, and all
other parties Interested:
You are hereby not. dad that at a sale of real
fstato, in the county of Alexander and state of
Illinois, held by tho connty colloct ir of ald coun
ty, at the southwesterly door of the court house in
thecltyof Cai'O.m said co'inty and sta'e, on the
iMhdayof July, ltW'2, tho underslinud purchased
the real es'ato heroinafter described, situated In
thn city ofCtro, comity of Alexander and state of
Illinois ; sold for th tuxes due and nnpald thereon
for the year A. D. lhSl, together with penalties and
c ats; said real estate being tnxed In the name of
Tavlorand I'araons, to-wlti All of hlocU numbered
Ixty four (4) a known and designated on the re
corded map or plat of said c ty, and that
111 ii time allowed law for thn re.lemntlon
of said real estate will expire on tho IStn day of
July, 1891. J. w. 8 pins, Purchaser.
Cairo, III,, March 8rd, 1844.
Xjjp Iflllnin., nawoffr't. Rfmtitjr wlitrstif
any o. f (ar. klawlf qulrkly pilnlmlr, tar loallmo
aliili sad diilniaiimiMtlii rrom rmlliMiit ni.'llml in.fi .AAirelilrtM
U.tt.JUK,A.a. K.V., ItOtaltM U, .w T.rl City.
Lever., CAIRO, ILLS.
Cheek Books, Receipt
LLINOIS CENTRAL R. R
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Ckicasro.
Tho Oalv Line KurmiriL;
Making Direct Connection
I'iuikb Liiti Cairo:
Arriving In St. Louis t At, a.m.; Chicago, H:30 p.m.j
Coiiiectinit at Odin and Kffinnham for flncin
catl, LouisTille, Iudlanapolia and pdnta East.
I. m. Inst ftt. Iouia and
Arriving In St Louis 6:
for all points West.
Vi p. in , and conncctlne-
3:45 p m. Knst Expreaa.
For St. Louta and Chlrairo, arriving at St. Louis
lU:lip. m.,andChlcaji)T:iUa. m.
3.45p.in Cincinnati Express.
ArrlvinK at Cincinnati 7:fO a. m. ; Ixiuisvllle 6 :55
a. m.; Indlanapo.l 4 ift a. m. Pas'et.iiere by
this train reach the ab.ve point 111 to 30
UOUKs in advance of any other route.
tSTThe 3:r)0 p. m. express ha PULLMAN
Mu&Ki'lM'i CAIi from t'niro to Cincinnati, with
out changes, and tliroub sleepers to St. Louis
and Cbli auo.
Fast Time East.
I UnClIJ;Cl ern points without u;
caused by Sunday lntcrveul((. The Saturday after
joon train from Cairo arrives In new York Monday
norntug at 10:35. Tbirty-six hours In advanceol
ST other route,
ISPKor throneh tickets and further Information
tpply at 111 luols Ventral Railroad Depot, Cairo.
J. II. JONES, Ticket Agent.
A. H. IIANSON. Gen. Pass. Agent. Cblcaeo
R R. TIME CARD
C. ST. L. A N. O. R. it. (Jackson route).
t i all...
,. 10 aoa.m
...3:50 p. m
C. R. It.
.3:00 a m
Express l:ln a.m
Kx.AMail.... 10:30a.m. Ex. & Mall...4:10p m.
Accom 12:l'5p.m, Accou ...ii:00 p.m.
BT. I., 4 I. M. R. It.
tExpresa 10:30 p.m. tExpresa 2:30 p.m.
W., ST. L. ft P. B. R.
Mall A Ex 4:10a.m. 'Mali & Ex.. 0.30p.m.
'Accom 4:00 p.m. I 'Acco'n 10:30 a.m.
Freight m....?:45 a.m. Freight 6:4i p.m.
MOBILE A nmo R. R.
Mnll 5:5f.a.m. Mall 8:10 p.m.
Duily except HUfilav. t Dullv.
TIME OA. 1113
ARRIVAL AND DEPAUTUBE OF MAILS,
Arrat I Dop're
P. O. Tm PC
I. C. R. H (ihrmiL'h lock ma n. f a.
Il: i0a m
9 p. m.
9 p. m.
9 p. m
9 p. m.
6 a. m.
4 p. m.
' (war mall) 4 .30 p.m.
" (Southern Dlv fi p. m.
Iron Mountain 11. R :p.m.
Wabash It. H 10 p. m.
Texas A St. Louis R. It 7 p. m.
St. Louis & C.lro R. R fi p. m.
OiiloKlver 'i p. m.
Miss hlver arrives Wed., Sat. A Mon.
" departs Wed., Fri. & Sun.
P O. bop del. op n from 7:30 am to 7:30 pm
P.O.Box del. oetr from 6a.m. to 9 p. m.
Sunday (toe. del. open from. ...8a. m, to Ida. m.
8unilnys box dol. open from.. ..6 a. m. to 10:30am
trNOTK Changet will be pu'illshed from,
time to ttm'i In city pupers. CbRtu:e your card ae
cordlugly. WM. If. MUKl'UY, P. M