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T1IK DAII-V CAIRO lill.l.h'HN: THURSDAY MnllNIMI. MARCH 6, 1884.
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terms op subscription:
D t ons veal by carrier.. .,f 13 00
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Publisher and 1'rourletor.
Ls'if Munh-v:i!i h:.s ve low I::!
black eyes, uml a ii.y !n.
Ron:in;,! ri'Mi l's l:tu ;iit t wi
horlt $;;.", ,0 .
A basfwat boo'.'ili'.fk i'J r.
ttn ot anno.ituv-:
; w rtiii': i -i-i.it.
1'ive artists c :isi;i!i:ly in aitcn.laneo.'
No lo-s t!i:vrt hn.'"') !nim.;n W-inz
hiwo bot'ii .r;ri.' :' t to Moria dtir
ifl tho jvi-l tea yi'V.i's.
s:n,;e tho act ( C:i. r- wear into
eftoct against tho ini'-'-'iLaticn i t .
ous teas, .'-Vi,t)
n Illiterate:! st till' has been
el ii.e v.if.y
oi.!i i.'.iiiie l.
A boy in Xt w Yurk 1 Miht :mljea.l
fifteen 5-ceut m v-ls, and tltra Uelibor-aU-ly
murdorod his employer a'.l iu
Chanr, tho Chinese riant, is to bo
married" in five ve irs to n (. 'him-so wo
man ninfl feot'hiirh. They wt.l then
open a tea store in New York.
Since the oneninj of the 8.10-! Canal
tea has, 1S7'J txeepted, ik lined each
year in price. It has never hem lower
in England than now.
Charles Dehnonieo was tin; owner of
a valuable library, which iuolu les
books on cooking from ancient times to
the prescut day.-
The search for pearls in the nunls
of Ohio has been a considerable indus
try for years. " Pearl hunting has lately
been reported in Tennessee with favor
John Harris, "the Cornish poet1
who has just died, was so poor in his
youth that ho used the juice of black
berries for ink with which to write his
In Mulhall's "Dietioiiary of Statis
tics,11 just published, the total number
of Catholics in Europe is estimated at
147,430,00J, while tint Protestants are
put down at 7j,.'50:.WiD.
The best macaroni consumed in this,
country is, nccordinjr to the Philadel
phia J'ras, made of California wheat.
New York, Philadelphia and San Fran
cisco make more macaroni than is im
ported. "Harvey 0. Parker, M says the Ox
ford, Me., Democrat, "is remembered
when ho sold apples from tho lliscoe
farm in Oxford county. The sanio
Parker is taxed this year on about
$1,000,000 work of property in IJjston."
President Porter, of Yale College, is
reported to have advised graduating
Btudcuts, in a recent address, thus
wise: "Don1! marry until you can
support a wife. Head the papers. Ad
vertise your business. Love your Cod
Thomas Van Valin, of Svracuse,
who recently celebrated his lol birth
day, comes of a long-lived family, his
father having been accidentally killed
at tho ago of 105 years. Jiis grand
father lived to bo 115, an I a brother of
' his grandfather lived to the age of 1 12
Joseph K. Emmet, the actor, who
some time ago lost a valuablo and
highly-prized St. liernard dog, has
bought another of E. H. Ileum, of Pas
saic, N. J., giving 1 1,000, said to be the
highest price ever paid for a tlog. Tho
dog is thirty-seven inelics high, and
weighs l'Jo pounds.
T. Thomas Fortune, the colored edi
tor of tho New York (.Hob:; tho only
newspaper in the world devoted to the
interest of the colored rape, is about
35 years old. 6 feet high, has a thin
oval face, ltonian nose, thin lips, and
his entire physiognomy, barr.ng tho
color, is that of tho Caucasian race.
Every seventh year has been a dry
vet.r in California for a long lieriod.
The lat dry year was in 1S70, when
only nine inches of water fell in the
rainy season. This year the tpiautity
is very small, ami unless all invtvilriit
is overturned this will be a dry year,
in wii;oh cae mere will no short crops
lied Jacket's bones iie in the vault of
.1 savings bank in iiuil'aio. It ! Jacket,
11 Seneca c;;ei, was lanioiis as an ora
tor. Some years ago a wan lering
phrenologist robbed his grave, but the
remains were recovered. It is the pur
posa of the Uullalo Historical Society
10 inter tno Uones along with those of
other Seneca chief-.
jasi year not a s,ngle passenger
ruling in a passenger train on the
Massachusetts railroads was killed, ex
cept from his own fault, and there wero
over LI, 000,000 passengers carried on
average distance of fifteen miles each
This is probably tho most remarkable
record yet made in the way of safety in
niiveung i,y rail.
iuc editor of an English scientitic
paper satislies a correspondent as to
he does not print his article: 1
lour original theory was propounded
quaner a o' ntury since, and proba
my not tor the lirst time. 2. It hi:
-ecu r eiuwu ov.:r ami over, and proved
-V. , ' 1 una physio ogica y
impossible. 8. We have no room for It
fnltira nmtl V.
lunucoinu to a pretty
pass in Uoston, when the. U.mU ViiL-i
out in this strain: "P.eiwi;, n garroters
uu iuu Hireeis una bald-headeil 0!
iiittsnurs in mo Horse cava ,,,.,1;..
themselves disagreeable to ladies. Uos
ton is not improving her reputation, a
few straight shots or long sentences for
tho footpads, and a woman or two with
spirit enough to grind the em us or slan
..t i. . ..1....: 11 . '
mu uj 11113 n.ii.ii'iuuo 010 w letches
will help to restore good order and de
cency.11 The magnificent fleet of Ironclads
which the Italian (Joverument com
pleted a few years ago, at an immense
cost, proved to be much less formidable
than was anticipated. It seems that their
draught of water was miscalculated,
and that they cannot carry their heavy
guns with turrets without sinking too
deeply. Their armament will there
fore have to bo changed and tho tur
rets bo replaced by lighter ones. This
will expose them considerable more to
the lire of tho enemy ami greatly Usi u
their capacity for attack of resistance.
iVcher for truth wr'tes from
O.e., that the great north
west is not the place for men without
some niom-y. He adds that, it nun
who are down at tho heel and played
out everywhere else cori.inuo to puh
forward into O.egon that great mk:o
will be a fools' paradise by a-io'.er
year, with more ir..:nps than tutv
were iu New England j ;s: after .!u
collapse in lTtt. Cierk-- and m.v
ics inav as wcit stay watvo tiiev are.
and. ii.vteed, tiio fanner Li has i;v.u
to w.i lo tv't-r to .tsy at
home than to spend it all iu travc.iug
to au umxnlorcd country.
Fame and for'.uuo awai; Co dis
coverer of an cilicicnt method of so
consuming coal that none of its con
stituent and combustible particles can
escape into tho atmo.-ohero of largo
cities, with the two-foul result of pre
venting pecuniary loss aad s-.nitary
degradation of the air. It is estimated
by competent experts that London
alone loses every winter $-'.". '.M.C-.'O
through imperfectly burno.t coal, not
to speak of the damage done to build
ings and the injury doue to the nublie
health through the breathing of .a
Robert Harris, the new president of
the Northern Pacific Kaiiroa.i. s one
of the ablest railroad men in this cov.a
trv. He tirst madi his mark u:-ou tho
Chicago, li.iriing'.c n and Q iitiey as
manager or that property, and a man
of pii( k insight and penetration of ti:e
proolenis of railroad management. He
w as thence taken to bo vloe-prvslde.ut
of the Erie K ai'roid. As a director of
the Northern Pacific, he accompanied
Mr. Ydlard upon lae grand excursion
tembcr to drive the la?t soike.
In personal appearance ho is in strong
cmtra-t to Mr. Ydlard, who is stout,
well proportioned, and placid n de
meanor, with 11 tritloof (iennan puiogm
in his bearing. Harris is a tall Yansee
of the Linco;n type, with black beard,
brows, and abundant stock of black
hair, keyed up to tho highest pitch of
nevous intensity, and putt. ng chain
lightning into ad he does, whether ho
is telling stories and having a good
time or running railroads.
Souls in noa.-ts.
There are those who believe that di
vine justice absolutely requires that
God should make amends to animals
in tho future ii'e for all the wrongs
they sutler in this. One author, Rev.
John lirown, declares that there is an
other world for animals. There is no
doiibt that many animals recognize in
their declining powt rs the approach of
death. The dog retires to a quiet, se
questered spot to die. It is a matter of
general belief that they seek the im;st
sequestered spot, the most hidden
thicket, wheie. utmotic'd and alone,
they can quietly lay down to eternal
sleep. Siirimp and p awns withdraw
under stories to die, t h its showing a
wonderful premonition of death among
even tho lower orders. The p oet Cow
por beautifully illustrates this idea in
lines that are inscribed on the monu
ment erected to his memory in front of
the Memorial Church at East Dereham,
"I w:i n f!: a 1 ea ker lli:t ;of t tho hrril
Leiii- si nee. Wish many un irrow i:e p in
My jimi Pic stdo was charged when I with
draw To pccr a liacipiil dentil In dlMnnt shades.
Tho llamas of S aith America have
regular cemeteries m which they retire
to die, and their bones are round bleach
ing iu great numbers.
Animals recognize approaching dis
solution in others, wituout question.
The dying whale is at once set upon by
the shark trib". The aged bulla lo of
tho plains, sick or starving, cannot, de
ceive the cojoto or prairie wolf, which
watch mm, hound his lootsteps and
even hamstring him, so that tney may
devour his carcass. The vultures of
the Himalayas gather to the number of
twenty or thirty about ti:e dying calf
and composedly await his dissolution
that thev mav fatten on his carrion.
Animals recognlz i death in others,
without doubt. They make, as it were,
a regular diagnosis of death, dhev
may have been fooled before, but old
iinimals show au especial and pecu.iar
solicitude, and once satisfied treat the
dead enemy with contempt or indill'er
enee. The she bear, says Hun.lan,
makes us of a process of experiment,
ing to ascertain the death of her cubs.
She oilers them food; loaves and then
calls them; touches them with her paw
and linds them cold, rigid, motionless,
iudiH' rent. Sue makes use of obser
vation, comparison, r lleetion. The el
ephant I. uli or cow in ikes sure of tho
death of an enemy by trampling on it
and goring it until all no nihility of
life is extinef.
Animals sometimes show a care for
the. r dead. J he dun monkey carries
oil' the dead and wounded. Suae aui
mals bury tlcir dead with funeral eer
cmonieri. Cassell says that eorillas
cover their dead. Certain birds, such
11s the wren, twitt requiems ovc
them, and this fact is so well attested
that "The Wren ll'quienf1 is well
known as a mournful twitter, quite dif
ferent from their usual chirpy, lively
notes. That mauv animals commit
suicide is a w -11 a'.toited fact, 1) gs,
abandoned and kicked out by their
master-, have been often known to kill
themselves. Slags or deer, when seized
.by the glutton, butt their heads aga'nst
trees. J lie seorpiou is a well Known
instance. The ratt'e-uake, eloe pur
sued, will stin ; himself rather than bo
captured, and tho Indians know this so
well that wiiilo they eat them as food,
they pqeci tiiem when death comes 111
(inspirit!.- 1 peso illustrations ami an
eedoPM show that animals puses rea
soning powers to a certain extent, nn
why nut a sou!? Cincinnati Jl tftiixr
At a mlef.uMp;,: exhibition
lately the -t,u: f u j,,,,,,...
thrown up,);! the m-iv, 11, the
it; I! iSloll
wuieii was mi slia. p i s
0 httr llv dis-
tinguislitibli.. Al tia
4! . t
t Hill' the linesl of
shown, nailer the
m'orosoopi', and tho
same powi-r of th
urn 01 me uceu.e UieaMife I live ilielies
fckkTHE GREAT .-rfflV
Rhcntraatism. N our Ala! a, ScUtic.a,
Lbvjkxv. fck-i.-. HftAKI, TMKki,
ia vim 4M riv t urns.
THK NkKIK (.XHilKKfA
Ylo want slossy. luxuriant
and wavy tressosof abundant,
iKMutiful Hair must use
LYON S KATHAIKOX. This
elecant. cheap article always
makes tho Hair srrovr freely
ami fast, keops it from falUns
out, arrests and cures tcruT
ness. remoyes dandruff aii'd
itchiusr, makes tho llair
strona:, glvinsr it a cnrlins
tendency and kwpinar it in
any desired position. Beau
tiful, healthy Hair is the sure
result of using Kathairoii.
Iodide of Pi.t'tim 1 oie of the t trobeeM ol the
Eirers;? u edia luuiiiclce, M.d hap i rociared n neb
paai-rtr.)? in the w rid. Tnkcn for a lor.n time tud
1n iarie r.oc. l! rt ie up the eaHtric. aice. im
pair dt;etii'n, the stomai-b refuse fud.aidth
paocnt dec 'lnr In b-a ih and weight P. tron
wuh Blood or skin 1 i.'t-ax-p rbnold be carefnl kor
th-y take tne?e mineral poUoD. as n mot in
ftnnres the effect of them ip to alrrnpt perminent
Iv imrair the contitmlon To take tl.e place o'
these poie me we offer too a pa'e. nre, pr-imct aid
pe-mauent relief from your trouble. Swift'p Spe
cific ia Dtlrely a vettaiile prrparatlon, and it ie
ea-y to coltidcc yon of its merit.
I havtf cured pirmatiently Blood Taint In lb
th r i ceneration by the nae of Swift'a pecillc, af
ter I hid moft r!g ePy fai'td with .Vercurr aud
Pctaph. F. A. TO MEK, M.D , Pe ry, tia.
A yonne man requests me to tlnnk von "or h'i
cure of Blood Po'son bv the ae of Swift's Sptcilic
after til other treatment had fated.
JUS. JAC HS, lliucglct, Athens G'.
TltlltD nOT SI'ltlNCS TWO VEARS WITH LT
Me enrial Kheunr viam made mo a criuyle. At
tcr trviiig ihe mirlngn two war . and ihe Mercarv
and Potanb treatment nntil I a pkuleton and
uijahle to do anythine, I wap pr vaileJ upon to
'a.o a conrpe of !S. S. S. Af:er tak.ne three hot
tic my at petite becan to Impnnc, nn:l I ca'Ded
epn rapidly. When 1 ha.1 'aKun twelve oottlep 1
felt P well P I eyer did. It la now twelve monthi
plrcc I took H 8. S. My health and appetite are
ir)ul, and I am able to attend to all the n:,p'nens I
can net. CIIAS. BEH'l.
lint sprliigs, Jan. l.lb a
'PLT ME f QUA RE ON MV FEHT.
Twelve monthp ao I wa perfiiai'ed to try 8. S.
, fur Malarial Jtht-.niatium, which had crippled
me co that I wap unable to atlet.d to htmnepp,
I.epp Ihnn twelve bott es have pnt me h are on
my fe t; h&v.-steadily Improved; liavci t felt I) . t
ter in ten years. C. 1 . GL'INN,
Hot SpritiHe, Jan. 1, IS't't
Our treallpc on Blood and Skin I)lpeaep mailed
free t ) applicants. THE -WIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
Drawer 1. At. ana, oa.
N. Y. ITlcc, 1..9 W. 2id St , bit. 6th & 7th AveP.
J 30 'JN10N SQUARE NEW YORK,
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A ri'lr Ornitunto of two im illoil
0-tCi v Ixhiii loiiiier emsacvd In the tre:H-
f cm 01 littnuo, isoi-voiim, hSUm nml
lilo.vt IH i' ilian anv other pliytlelaii III
M. I ol. cin nm r liow ami all nM refil-
,!ei !ni"-, ',mliilon at oillee or by mall,
tW r,l lio ltr,l. rrleiiillv talk or hl iinliiiiiii
ii.mMhiI. Wtieu It l Im-iiiivoiileiit to vlilt
ihpeilT mr liriniiiii, tin dli-Oiet can Iw neiit
l mllir e rM et here. Curalile easel
c iMianln-.t : hirtl,mbi evl.-ull l frankly
iuiit. V all or 1 tie,
XrTrtatrriiipiratlfla Peblllty.JHrntat anil
I'anlcal Wpiaa. HirrorUI aail other
ar)(Vllii ot Triit. Ml a ! Bohm, lllooil
Imrrl(l and HliwiJ rolwnlag, Ski a Aflee.
tlita. OKI Sore aad Vlrrn. luipf illnu-ut to
Marrlttp. riliemttlm, l'lli. Spfi-UI at
teatloa t car from oifr-workrd brain.
SI KtiH'lt. f AK reclpe-UIattentlo.
IUeaes trltlnc frnm lwpniilenfp. Vieesiea,
tt l si'if.i'itoVnl that a ploih-lau p.ivlnjr
parUi-uUr aui itllon to a c!.'l' eai J aliahm
sn'ai kill, ; .1 l'tivsli-um In regular praetli-e
iK it t!ie count! y kiu liu' tlo, ii'oii. iu:y
reV"'.nit'Hil i"-e lo IheoUli -t ,etli i' lit Ami rl
c. hi-rt eiery known aepliam'ii l reort.
ts : t (he prve,li;ix),l rttilie of a I
ai -i J ooiinlriet are ui .l, A hole bouse li
u.nl i'.roitii-eiur'a, and all are trvatnl Ith
tk;.l In a r - i -1 Tu I mainier; an, I, know in if
hal todo, no cH-rlaieni are made. On ao
rote.K of (he (treat iiiunlxr ))! v I n if. the
r!iATi:es re kepi low, often lower than l de
man.h d l' other. If oil evure the skill and
t, I a l.v aiul in-riVot life eure, iliat U the
fu.vrt: i hiaiter. 1'iuui Ulet, 6 pagti. Siiit
loanv a4Jre free.
KU'Ctnt cloth and Rtlt MiHllnc. Sealed for 10
Ce iu in io-t.nie or currencv. Over tlilv wm.
il. mil tvu pii-iurra. true to Me, article on the
follow in Mit'Jeeti : W ho may marry r ho not :
tn r t'n li'r aceto mari v.' ho'niairv rlr-t.
Mai'.!i'Vi.. oui.eihixi.l. P hy:oul deeav. Who
thouid n.arry. Ilow Hie anil liaMlne may he
t;nTf.wd. Thoe married r eoin in i'l.il tn
narrvinir should read H. Itouctu In he real
t v ail a tult person, then kept under lock and
kev, l'opn'r edition. ame as atove. hut ai,T
cov , r and iv pages, ii ceuta by mall, lu mom. y
85 S. ClarkSt-.Gpp. Court Hcjse.CKICAGO-
A HT-eVan-a Hate. 3"The tldel Siecl:,l!t
In t o L nil, ,1 Main, wte.ae l.o i: Los.. I. .rnoi.Si
perfiit m.'ihvd and fure uieiiu'tiitf in;ir bi'i:.i-T
and UKMiNKsr CI"' s of all I'rivao-. tliroioc ard
Vrt'iu ihj5i,',.M s. AileeOon of the lllnoil, Ktiln,
Klilnej llLiilder, Knial Inn. I It-era, Old
Piorea, Si f-IU,if of the f-laniN, Sure .M nut li.
Tbrwtic. ltone lkit!na, ptinaneuti' cured aud
n.i.iuJ I rum tho )!.. intur life.
U P n If ft 1 1 C Jhitit, ImpoUncn.Srm .'iiai
11 Lll I U U O Losses, Sxiu,1 l , ay, Mrntiil
and Physical li'eaknrts. Failing Memory,
Weak I'.ij I, Stunted IhTetopmcnt, iiijx-rfi
tncnta to Marriaye, etc., from ej-rsej or amj
cause, pyef ii.';, Mijehj and privatrhj Cured,
I -Valine, Middle-Aged and tl mm, and ail
:io need luiiitical nklll aiid ex-rlenee, consult
Pr. lu'e at onca. 11. op:niun costs uuitiiai.'. and may
save future misery and tiiame. W lin imonenient
toviMt the c ly .r treatment, m-dicines cn he ae nt
ererhcre by mail or e.-,tresa Tree I'rtini ,haer
Tat Inn. -It nlf-evident Hint a uhjucian una
fiTe in whole aOentinn to a cia of diseases at
lulna greut Will, and physicians ttirout-limit III
country, knnwi-"r tins, tn'niinritiv re com mi'nilihmcu! t
caset to tho Olileai Kieel;illt, h. whom every
known good rcmeilv it used. ,r-Pr. Iiate'a
Aire and Jixperli-m-e nnV hi ni,,nion of an.
prenip lrniiirtnee. J7-Thns who call aeft no
OTi9 in t tile l.c:or. i.onnliat; 'n-freeiindafredl y
confidential. aseawliirh harpfiiieii innl.tamintj
relief elsewhere. esi(.C'ir.!1v awheileil. temii' Dis
uses tretcd. Call nr r.t. 1! ui, fr m t to 4
A to Hi Siimtnm. lo to 1 i. CCI)-: lo liiiLIit
6EST Fi:tF:. A'idrta.s above.
poivrrn, prcui'-tuia d ( i.V
failure to I'-Tlunn IHV'a
extvtf't. err'irn of youth, etc.,
wul liuu a p.'r.V-t anj lai-tinK
reftor-i'ion to robunt health
find t I(rofiim m.tnhotiff ia
, THE MA P5TUN BOLUS.
Nclu' etnmnrn unirt'tnaf nor
in-1n;ment. Thwtr nfment nf
Xi-rvouti 1 o bl 1 1 ty and
IhvR'iil DfH v iaumfonnl
jnecewful bfranR bnn on iT!ftt diapnwiPi,
new iind direct methnctM htu fji--nlnt( ihor
oacthnem. Kn II infnrmntinn and Treat i so (rte.
Addrettn (.otisiiltintr i'hyNician of
MARST0N REMEDY CO.. 46 W.Mlh SL. New York. ,
' BEFOREr AND -f AFTER
Electric Appliances are sent on 30 Days' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUHQ OR OLD,
WHO are aufferlna from Nanvoc. Pebimtt,
Lost Vitai.itt, I.Ai-a or Nehvr Fow a aao
Viiioa, Wasvi'i W BAKaEsstca. ami all those diseaaea
of a 1'krsoiial NiTiKi n sultlnir from Aarais and
OTiiaa CAi-aia. Hpteily relief and eomiilete resto
nOonot MkalthA moitaml Mash'iod oeARANTEKD.
The Kran'.lest dlaeovery of the Nineteenth Century.
bt;nd ut uucu for Ulu.stratoil eaniihlet free. Addre&s
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WEAK, UNDEVELOPED -PARTS
OK THK HUMAN l. )i K itA K . Kit, IH.Vl.lr
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fMi'-nr I tm tr run uiimi r-P-r. In r- jit tn-
imru'H wo mil way t ii:it t li'-r r. ii .vr.ii-ncc : imiid-
lonfftboiuthis. Imino con'rary. tiio a.lverl ii
vt.v li iL'lily iti'lor'
a. t . . 1 iMrnrnri fiMiiTait part n-n im bv no. 1 1 1- -1 n
fiaKo'iii' u.i.o., Hietalo. .V.-re.).. ...,.,. H-f,
Anakesis mm, nuu i
an (ntalWiie urt lor I'ilea.
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fret. A."AS A lit IS '
ti p p e n e n
from Yrmthfnl l:unrudenee. cannna
l!rvnna Debility, Mental and 1'hyai
cit Woaknesa. aluable information
furhomoenn. fVfe. I'nertZtyearainio-
tonat noted and auceeasful Piieeiallati In the TJ.a,
tnow retired i for th eon re of Ifervoum Itehilitu,
JTOsf Jfitnaood, Weaknrmm and Mtecaw teul
Addrau DR. WARD & CO., Louisiana. Mo.
An unfailing and speedy cure for
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Lnunf riM'i'vand Fi'(?oe, or any
overwork, etc., (over forty thou
sand roaitlvo cures.) Kii'A ml
Inn. for poptwo ou trial hoi of
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tnd Calhoun i'laee, Cuicaoo, Ilu
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OFFJCE:-No. 78 Ohio
COMPLETE IN ALL ITS AITOINTMENTS. CYLINDA n
Pil ESSES, JOB PItESSES, CARD PRESSES, NEAV
Tl PE, JAPANESE AND OTHER BORDERS
FOUR SETS OF DATE FIG URLS.
NO. 1 STOCK: Envelopes, Not -paper, Letter,
Paper, Rill Heads, Cheek Rocks, Receipt.
Hooks, &c, &c.
A New timbering Machine for Number
The ONLY Round Hole Perforating Ma
cniNE in Southern Illinois.
t ejor Tbomai. V. Ha lii'ay.
freaeiirer Ciiarh F. Nellia.
Clerk Utni lf. J, r'uiey.
Onnrnelor Wm. B. Gilbert.
Marshal L. U. Meyera,
Police Magistrate A. Coming.
SOAKD or ALDEHatait
firet Ward-Wm. McHale, Harry Walker
Second Ward-Jeppe Mnikle.C'. N. Hoithea,
Third Ward B. F. Blake, Kg ,ert Smith.
Fourth Ward-Cbarlei O. Patter, Adoibb Sno
C fth Ward Otaa. I.ancaater. Henry Stnnt.
Clrcnlt Judge O.J.Baker.
Circuit Clerk-A. II. Irvln.
Cnonty Jad;e J. II. Hoblntoa.
County Clerk S. J. Uumra.
County Attorney Angne Leek.
Connty Trcapurer Milei W. Parker.
SlierlfT John Horigep.
Coroner H. Fiucerala
Conniy Commiepionera T. W. Hallldty, J. II
Mnlcahev and Peter rano
CAIRO BAPTIST. -Corner Tentb and Popla
Ptrecte; preaching every Sur .iay momiugand
nlfbt at osnal houra. Prayer ateeiinit Wednet
day nluht ; band ay pcbool. !:.itt a.tn.
Itev.JNO. F. EDEN, Paator.
(ir.t'HC'H (fF THE UK DE E M K K (Eplr copa'
I.' Koorteenth ptreet; Snnday 7 TO a m., Holy
Con munion 10:30 a. m., MuMiing Ptayra II a. in".
Snr.riay pehoolS p. m.. Evening Prayers 7:'J'Jp.m
F. P J.averport, S. T. B. Hector.
WtST MISSION ARV ItAPTIST CHUKCH.
Prearblng at 10:30 a. n.., 3 p. m., and 7:80 p. in.
"Mnitli ci.oo! at 7:30 p. id Rev. T. J. SboreP,
! I'll KHAN- Thirteenth " atreet; perrltet Sal
lath 1 Mo a. m. Sunday school 2 p m. Rev.
pe, past Jr.
riTIIUDIST-C'or. Eighth and Walnut Ptreetp
I'regelilne Babbalh 11:011a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
tinaj SetotJut 1:00 p. m. Key. J. A. Scarrett
p a t r.
; iIiKSBYTKKJAN Klghth ptreet: preacnliig on
' Shbbalh at 11:00 a. nv. and 7:30 p. m.; pravei
e'iut' Wednepday at 7:30 p.m.; Sunday Scheol
:ii.ni. Rev B. V. Oeore, paator.
1 . loSEPH 8 Roman Catholic) Corner Crow
- d W alnut ptreetp; Mp every Snnriav at
and 1H a. m.; Sunday ichool at 2 p. m , and V'eep
er ai 3 p. m, H pb every morning at 8 a. in. . Kev.
C. 8eency, pastor.
Si . PATRICK'S (Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
street and Washington avenue; Mii every
Sunday and b and 1 a m.; Sunday pchoo at J p.m.,
and Veppera a. 3 p. m. aas eve y morn'ng nt tl
p.m. Kev. J.Maruhy, paetor.
For Sale bv
PR )PRIET0R OF SrROAT'K PATEN !
Wholesale Uoalor in lev.
irK BTTHE CAH LOAD OR TON,WEIJ
TACKED FOR PIIIPFINO
Oar Loads a Speoialtv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
LLINOIS CENTRAL R. R
Shortest and Quickest Route
-T O .
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv .Line ltunninu;
Q DAILY TRAINS
Making Dikeot Connkotion
i'KAiNP Lrivi Cairo:
3:Or a in. Miil,
arriving In St. Louie IMS a.tn.; Chicago, 1:30 p. ra.j
ConDKciing at Odin and KKngtiara for f'incin
tiatl. lxnitTille, Indianapulil aoi points aat.
1 5 p. m. Kast ftt. Louis iind
Arriving In St Lonlp 6:41 p. m.,and connecting
fur all points Weat.
Tl:45 p m. Fast Kxpross.
For St. Louis and Chicago, arriving at St. Lout
10:23 p. m.. and Chicago ; ::0a. m.
3:45p.m Cincinnati Express.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:f0 a. m. ; Louisville 6:55
a. m.; Indlanapoila 4:oS a. m. Paa-ei.gers by
thin train rcarh the abi.ve pointa 12 to 30
UOL'Kb in advance of any other ruute.
riTThe 8:W p. m. eiprepp baa PULLMAN
SunKPl.Nfl CAK from Cairo to Cincinnati, with
out changes, and tbnugh sleepers to tit, Louis
Fast Time iEast.
'KiCOHO-flru y th1'"19 gothroogh toEaat.
1 tlflCiifiB ern p0ntg withont any delay
rauped hv Hundav intervening. The Hatnrdav after.
mon train frmu Cairo arrives In new Yo'k Monday
nornlug at 10:35. Thirty-plx hours In advanceot
n- other route,
UT For through tlckctp hud further Information
ipply at Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
J. II. JONE8, Ticket Agent.
A. H. HANSON. Gen. Pas. Agent. Chicago
H It. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
Tra. na Depart. Trains Arrive,
c. st. L ft n. o. it. it. (Jnckson route).
tMall 4:45a.m. I fVall 4::p.m.
tExpreas 10 30a.m. K.xprcss ....10:30a.m.
Accum 3:50 p.m. I
st. L. ft c. n. u. (Nurrow-ttBU'e).
F.xpr- pp M,.8:00a in. I Express l:15a.m
Kx .A Mail... 10:30 a.m. Kx. Mull. ..4:10 u ra.
..U:i.lD.m. lAccoiu 2:uo p.m.
8T. I,, ft I. M. It. H.
..10:30 p.m. ttiprers 2:30 p.m.
W., ST. L. A P. R. n.
4 :f0 a.m. I 'Mull A Ex. . 9.30p.m.
...4:00 p.m. Accun 10:30 a.m.
Mall & Kx
.7:45 a.m. Freight 6:45 p.m.
MOBILE ft OH 10 11. K.
Mall 5:55a.m. Mall 9:10 p.m.
Dally except StiDtiay. t Dullv.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
Arr at I Dup're
P. O. I Cm PC
I. C. R. R.(tl.rotigh lock mall). 5 a. m
" ..tUiOa m 8p.m.
" (way mall) 4 30p.m. 9 p. m.
" (Southern Dlv. R p. m. Dp. m.
Iron Mountain li. R tl:Sup.m. 8 p. m
Wahasb K. K 10 p. m. 9 p.m.
Texas A St. Louis K.R 7 p. m. 6a. m.
St. Louis & C lro It. R 6 p. m. 9:80 am
Ohio River i p. m. 4 p.m.
Miss Mver arrives Wed., Sat. & Mon.
dcparU Wcd.,Krl. A 8nn.
PO.gon iol.opnfrom 7:80am to7:30 pm
P.O. box del. oi cp from 6 a.m. to 9 p. m.
Sundays gee. Hu;. open from. .. ,8a. m. to 10 a.m.
Sunday box del. open from... ,a. m. to 10:80 am
Hr-NOTE.-Changea will bo puhltehed from
time to time Is city papers. Change your cards ao
cordlngly. WM. Jf. MUKPUY, P. M,