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S: c t r in J v iimh Ii v f iriiinps Iiiivp nono.
Ami Mil m h i f I" ' I rum l In; w liter atim,
T;.c !iit o hi. ii! ii't r nn-l quickly fly, uiul
l lie In ninl wi'ubi In uwiiy In m us run.
Nobody Mops to H;U Hlter our lieu th.
As we rri t p iiIoiik Just us it y s;inilili.
And lonir li.r tic lij'iiis nnd stn rts of town,
v. In re up r-nvy ilii.' I r f:i t lii'ppy lu mps
Silently hiivo wn to Vpi r our !o.:il,
Iniip ipil I v poverty's in"rii'i ironil,
HijiclosH it mi bonifii ss, nml Ii vo f, too, wan
derers' t v -r, we're "on tUu HoiiJ."
Winter ntnl Siimmrr, Autumn ntnl Pprinjj
'J he minio pntl mnir e lnivi lo Mnjr,
Now 'iientli h lidlirr-ri v, now In a wood, and
otipn tliii work house lull uerjijr.
l'firwiird, ay, f1 rw. r never al rest,
Ni vit ty fol't liainle of love laron-ed,
Onwaid, aye, onward, lot'it'ier, a one, ly
penury turs'il, lif dimity lnost,
Iliiptol uiul dirty, tn:o.t"., foriorn,
. Distiil-feil liimi taiU lioor vwtu jiili.ess
VugaVonds, outcast , t!ir roiul is our hoire,
the ionjr, lontr r ad, with cur I, ot murks
Fo RHoTitly wp mupt l'pnr our !ond.
Impelled hy poverty's men I ess nond,
Ilopeli t-s mid In nv l".n, and loveless, too,
wauiierer6 ever, we're "on iholi iid."
Tracy Lityanl In I'liiladeli h'a I'icms,
A STOJiY OF WC)3Ii:X'S
i: i curs.
It was half past 12 before tho ilnz.-n
fricmls who had Leon dining with iuo
left tho house.
The evening licrau with aiuinont,
which tiy (li'foes was rolievoil by lilit
vet bitter banter. Snue of tho ladies
bewail to ujaku uso of those most ex
pressive words, "Indeed' "U-ally,"
ttu l "I must say!" or "If you will al
low me to say, etc. And I tun asham
ed to confess that I myself the host
became so animated as to desire to
prolong the discussion instead of put
ting tin end to it before anything ex
treme should be s;dd on either side.
My quests were my nearest relations
nephews, nh es and yotiri cousins.
Ono niece was the wife of a rising
Member of Parliament, a man supi us
ed to have a prosperous future bi fore
him. Another was one of the sweet, st
p;iris I ever met. Ono cousin was u
Sister of Mercy, who had no home-ties
left, and dedicated her life to llod"s
And the subject over which we prcw
so carer was tlin "R'elits of Women."
To in v surprise, the wife of the Mi-ni-ber
of Parliament, a more than onl na
rilv agreeable, clever vming woman,
took tho most decided line against her
The Sister of Mercy only sat nnd lis
tened, und often laughed heartily.
The youngest and weakest, a pale
little creature who spent i.li lier time
in nursing her children and iirranjrin
her fair tangled fringe, was our bitter
est enemy, and loud were her com
plaints against tho unjii-.l subjection of
the woman; though 1 happen to know
that on that very morning she had
gone in tears to her husband to entreat
his interference with a refractory nur
serymaid. Uut I am old enough in. w never to be
surprised at anything!
1 was betrayed into using strong ex
pressions myself. 1 remember assert
ing that Soiomon's v.ituous woman
contented herseif with giving him a
first-rate dinner and keeping his gar
ments in order and the c didtvn alto
gether out of si'.'ht.
The argument grew hotter. E'eetor
al disabilities had to be exhausted, then
the vexed questions of L'niver.-ity hon
ors, medicine and woman's degrees.
Finally I almost shouted, "In my opin
ion woman's mi-sion is submission'.''
After that they left me.
I felt too much excite I to go to bed
at once, so I re-orted to the calming
influence of a cigar.
My wife died twenty-live years ago.
Our married life lasted live years; and
when she died 1 gave up pshaw! It
Wiig not that that made me give up the
militia, and l'ai l ament, and Quarter
Sessions, and the old schemes for pay
ing off the mortgages, and ail that, to
go abroad. The old church is not res
tored yt. lbnvever, this is nothing
to the purpose. 1 am meditating an
essay on women in general, not on in
dividuals, and if tbo world lasts a
thousand years it would nevi r produce
again a woman such as si e was.
The clear is verv f.ootbin". I will
only make a few notes on the back of
an envelope heads of tho subjects
with their conseijiiences arranged like
a pedigree under them. I begin with
the creation of Eve a most important
Here mv pencil rolled away from
and I think I mu-t have fallen
asieep, and yet 1 should be sorry to
swear m a court of justice that all
which foU(JW(.,i wus on. a (lro.in)i
A study lm.l Wn recently added to
the house, and il,(J Endows flickered
strangely oyer the wldc whilo lnuter.
ed wal ha la,,,! Illy l(!;a u ,
as I sat by the lire. J
It became suddenly unite dark, then
a Circle of liht danced into the center
vi inu wiuiu wan, ami grew lar ger ami
iirigiiier, till 1 saw as if in broad day.
light a scene which might have been
reflected from a tm'gio-lautern.
Iling-a-ring-tt-rin-l Oli! that inde
scribable sense of hurry; who that has
ever experienced it does not recognize
it? It must be tho divi ion-bell of the
IIouso of Commons, There go tho
honorable nieun.ers running fast. Tho
scene represents the exterior, two po-
ucemen siana ai ono ol t tie doors. Two
or three pigeons hop stlllly out of the
wav oi uio iionoraoie members.
Iling-a-ring-a-ring. It has slopped
now. There is a pause, the pigeons
peck about and plume themselves and
the polieemen p.ir.iue their eudlos
walk. A brougham trots up at a round
pace; nn anxious face looks out, watch
ing; finally a voice calls lo tho foot
man: "John! Sir Joseph is there."
A tall, careworn member of tho Op
position jumps into I lie carriage.
"Round St. J;,iu 's' Park," ho calls out,
and away they go.
A lady takes her husband's hand ea
gerly and hpeak:
"Here are the notes, Jos. Now
whatever von do, do not forget Co.UUU,
700 and Co.
"You are sure?"
"Of course. G.'i.OoO, 7M and CG. And
it was the 'Jimm said s j, not tho Jtai'tj
AY wv, remember that; and llieda'.u was
April 1-'. Vott had put uown tho
vnd was I accurate about Peel?"
"Yes. 1 have found his very words.
They aro just what you want, only I
think I would uiako tho other two
"1 meant them for a peroration."
"Yes; hut don't you think this ono
that I havo found will do better? Seo
this quotation. It will enable you to
fulfill the ungrateful duty of annihilat
ing ono of our own 6ido with more
'You urpe mo nn a Jude; but I had rather
You would have bid ine aifjuo uku a fattier.
Oh! had It been aMraiu cr. not my child,
To finootli his fair lau.t 1 should uavo been
more mil. I.
A partial slander souirlit I to avoid.
And in the sentence my ow n lite destroyed.
Aiui-i 1 locked when foine of you should
I whs too strict to make mine ow n away,
ltut you prant leuve to my unw lilnif t'opue
AvaiiiBt my will to do lir se.f this wrunir.' "
"It Will do."
"Did you notice an inaccuracy in Ik's
speech last night? lie said that Lord
Palmerston was distinctly of his opin
ion. Here is Paiinerston's speech oil
the same, subject. Read it, dear."
"Bravo. Jcanie! you have surpassed
yourself to-day. Now we must turn."
"Already ! Oh, Jos., 1 wish I could
go to the gallery!"
"You could not stay late enough to
Then, in an eager whisper, she said,
is the brougham pulled up, "Good-by,
God speed you!"
That picture faded away as the little
brougham trotted out of it. The next
showed a London drum. The hoste s
standing tit the head of the stairs re
ceiving her gtii'sts; a lady, exquisitely
dressed, sitting on a sofa, with two or
three men round her, and a b izz of po
"Best speech of the ses-iou! outdid
himself; never thought Peiham would
301110 out lik-1 1 111 I'
"Well, Lady IViham, I congratulate
von heartily. We all look upon Sir
Joseph as t:.e rising hope of the party."
"You should have lu ard the roars of
laughter w'tti which his S.iakspcarian
quotation was received. II ivard, you
?an ti'il Lady IViham what it was.' 1
iO not lea. ember the words, but ho
took so fatherly a tone to poor W. tha'
from a man of his age the e fleet was in"
Two members were talking together
in an ante-room.
"Best speech of the session! I never
believed there was so much in that lazy
"It is all his wife's doings. She has
brought out his dormant powers."
The shadows are passing over the
wall again. I bend f irward eagerly.
What is it? What a blurred-looking
picture! It is raining fast, pouring,
with the hissing sound of rain on the
pavement. It is so dark that I can on
ly just distinguish a narrow alley, such
a den of pestilence as Shorediteh can
On the right stands a public house.
I see faint lights through tho chinks of
its dirt-encrusted shutters, and hear
loud tones and evil words from within.
A man reels to the door, and looks
out; nothing but rain and black mud,
and a horriolo stench from the rushing
gutters. He shuts the door with an
oatli and goes in again.
"Take care, missus!"
A faint glimmer from a lantern
shows mo two ligures picking their
way through mud and filth a rough
looking man, whose old fur cap is
drawn low over his brow, and behind
Lira a woman, dressed in tho coarso
gown and white cap of an English Sis
ter of Mercy; a little black wooded
cross on her breast, and a long cloak
round her. The face, on which the yel
low light shines, is homely, with a
slightly worn expression, and eyes full
of kindly sweetness.
"1 am very glad to havo arrived,"
she says cheerfully, shutting her cotton
umbrella, and about to step into tho
house. A man from within pushes her
Lack roughly but not unkindly.
"Ho you know what you undertake,
missus?" he says. "Five of 'em two
brothers, wives, and a child: And it's
"I know; let me pass! Thank you
for your warning," she answered gcut-
'lhe man mutters something and
She goes in.
I suppose some days, even weeks,
must have p issed in my dreams, for I
awoke to tind my little circular picturo
full of duvliglit.
It is the same alley, but a narrow
pathway along it is swept clean and
dry, and hero and there strewn with
straw. At the door of the public house
stands a little group of people sur
rounding the Sister of Mercy. Two of
them seem as if their hearts were too
full of speech; on the arm of one hangs
a weakly woman, the other stands
alone. Tiiey press her hands, one man
raises tlie rough sieve of her gown
and kisses its hem, with tears raining
down his cheeks.
Kindly words she savs lo all, a little
piaeueai ituviee, 11 nuu. exhortation.
They listen as if hho were a xaint from
heaven, and then sin; goes her way.
One old man c xelaims as she disap
pears: "Well, if there be a God, Ho
will hear our blessings on that there
'lhe shadows gathered so quickly
over my picture that I hardly saw her
Jo the end of the stieet. 1 leant my
head on my hand and H ied to make
out these, visions, but I seem d strange
ly unable to lix my thoughts.
"Exeeiitional eases, nothing but ex
ceptional cases," 1 heard myself mut
ter, and the words half aroused me. I
felt for my pencil to make another
CAIRO. HULLKTIN: TIIUESDAY ilOUNINIi MARCH 13, 1884.
again arrest e.
w!i 'ti my intent on was
-e u.) on ; after nn iti.er
im mini mv magi. cir
v -i! !i prevented i; v.df to
like I I'll i l'f.
fie, n el a lit
1:1 . '. 1 '.
.1 in 1 ' ir. turn. si e.i with
1 v : . .;. i . : ... .-,.;,! u .. w;ih crim-
- !; :- '' " ;... I eabi-
.. A .. I car-
I 1 ' '. 1 , on U 1. ,- was
' ' ,' o ii.ed her
' ' ' "l.i : oiuan re
posing in a ile on ' m-ciitiir.
They were ,iy I ke each other, but
it was'duublful whether the elder lady
could ever have been so lovely as her
The girl held out to her nnther a
closely-written loiter, saying, in a
broken voice, "Mother, I want you to
see what I have written lo him.'"'
Her lips smiled bravely, while tho
tears were streaming unheeded down
The mother took her letter. I seem
ed to bo reading with her eyes, for I
heard no voice, yet 1 knew what that
"My Dearest Harry: Your l t"r caino to
me till iiiornl'isf, and It so 0 llh ult to an
swer that I hope you w i l he 1 aiieiii with me.
We have kne 11 ci eh o'her so lone, mid loved
pitch ot l.er so it ; r y. tin t it ievig no blt
ter y to reluct to marry you. Yes, itcre.
it is indeed to rciu-e you t tut t 1 u rile, and
pi rliaps ou wi 1 liiii k me I ard and i ed.int
ic tor my m"ns nnd pi rlu ps unle'dii if and
unkind." O.i, i o not Hill V. s , l,.r I have bet a
ervinir nil Hie time Ih it 1 love bei n wruinif
this, and 1 can scarce -co io w i ;t it now.
Ii cii: to my vi rv 1. 1 lo t to n l vcyou so.
And nuisi 1. need I. ti b urn wi.j'c H try, if
y oil do not t row Me re t"n ay, ou ui I t ;e:ik
in y la art. 1 have t: :i d lo 1 i-lu ve u In t y u
saV, lin t 1 could save you. am only a liirl,
a: d ve; v till i I Inn is. I could not hear ol
m. In sine i Liiuiti.ini.'. or see him la-iele-s
lioiu i.r i k w.taeiit t. it r, o.'suum, ie.rr r, I
nitre in t. 11 irr; ; yvtir s .lvati.ei i in In iier
lain Is t' im mill '. I lot .tan on a In. ken
reel. W e have iiosli'iiLtn in inirse ve. 1
iiiu lielmr lli:s-l am mm ..npymi miuv l';om
me ..iutt it is I i kit';.' my h art. Foi l love,
KU, inydard C- -1 ' v you us 1 i.le w Unit
you love me. U.i not try 1. 1 si e n e. or to a u r
in v del' lin : n it t on, lor v tnui ot be ti . t red.
tiooiel je, my d ivli: tf. I will pray far all
(io i's b i,si is;s en join- le.i.i. ti ooii-b c,
Tlu-u the shadows stole lingeringly
over the circle, folding it softly out of
Again I must suppose a lapse of
time, perhaps years. It is war time,
anxiety and trouble are brooding over
The shadows lilt pat. It is the same
room, with the same figures, but differ
ently occupied. Dressed in deep
mourning, mother and daughter have
been picking iint. A little packet of
letters lie 0:1 the tabic, and low sobs
1 urst now and then from Maude.
'There lie Ipt own letter, worn and
yellow and old. It was found in his
breast, and sent home with a lock of
his ch stunt hair, accompanied by a
letter from his Colonel full of bitter
grief for the young ofii-'cr whom every
one had loved, the steadiest, the 1-c-r,
the bravest, the most zea ous, wluise
iuilu nee had ra'.ecd tlie wtiole tone of
"Maude Tell Maude I owe ail to her
under God." Tiio.se were the la.-t
words he uttered before he was laid i.i
a soldier's grave.
See, the shadows are stirring again.
moving to and fro in an agitated w. y.
What is coming now?
It was dark at lir.-; : tin n slowly, as
my eyes got accust"i:ied to th" gioo;n.
I saw bi f .re rue a tl-.-..tu-b.-d. I", ral-e,l
on iiite pillows Jay an aged woman,
her face benni ng with a ii.iit more d,
va;e ti.an of ear:ii. nor 1 ale ha;i Is
cro-sed on her l..r-::-t. Round u r
stoo l her sons and dau.'.tt. rs. Mid Je-r
children's children, and :.ot one among
them who has riot wept bitter tears that
thev should see her fa
Only one more little gli.,ui.-e, end
light poured over the picture, wh:cii
disappeared in a golden g ow.
I hid mv dazzled face.
A voice spoke my name In tci s that
thr.Hed my soul, and a s nun I of dis
tant music filled the air.
I raised my eye-. In the ml !-t of
the glow stoo 1 ta; form of my w.fe.
Her robes were as w hite as sno.v, i.i r
golden hair fell i ke a halo around her,
her lips parted in that .-woet -.uiie that
never could fade from my heart.
"Husban I," she sai l, "you l ave
seen visions, sent to tone 1 y 11 the se.
cretof woman's iiiissicn -; 1! ;,, e, t;,0
power of the ivi nk"-'.''
"And lie ir rights;'"
"The r. wanl f ihe'r 'labor, l'rav
ers and blessings t'.e frui.b.ri of se.'f.
sacrifice, gratitude, reverence, Jove.
These a.e the rights of true wo.g. m"
The sweet vision passed awsv, and I
was left sitting in my eh'iT with the
black wall opposite to me, and the em
bers in the grate slowly burning out.
Sw"et Man lie, energetic J aide, my
good cousins who would have thought
it of you ah? Well! wdi! one lives and
learns. I wish I had come homo soon
enough lo see my mother once more.
'They say she a-ked for me.
In this world all must have its fitting
place, and will be adjusted so wed that
the revolutions of our circular globe do
not produce a second chaos. What
were the tree without its lonwvor lhe
flower without the stalk? What were
woman without man, nnd in Heaven's
name where w. ie m ti v iiboot wom
an' Lonilnt 'Y'i 'c '..
C rnell University's mtuii'iiy is a
truly royal mummy. It earn. roiutho
Necrop is at Tiieocs, belonging, it is
thoiigln, to th twenty-third d nasty,
probably not tar from h) )'.',. !. 'I ho
dried up remains of th s F. g, p'.ian I( ng
are made to do service to -eienc.. inti;n
New World after a lap-eof ,-x 2,7 0
years. Eg;, p in i ii day m 1 lo , rv lit-
tie stir in lie word and was i'a-t hast
en tig to i s liual dowiif .It as a domi
nant e i'pi t! of the wor.d three or lour
hundred y e trs later.
"Almost every day," says lhe Lon
don Truth, "one reads lnw this land
lord has 'kindly' returned 'J') per cent,
of the half-yearly rents to his tenant.'',
and how ntiother has remitted 10 per
cent. Practical people in tin; country
know very wtdl that these abatements,
on which so nutc.i igin.r int euiov is
lavished, are force ! u .on the land
lords, for if they insisted on extortill"
the lull amount due they would lose
their tfnants and linl 'iheir farms
thrown upon their h: n Is."
Not lJoen In ll llllllgetl.
I: is jiivdi a
born to be h
and Phiop .
i.t the linn .
it Miin; g ni ;
ai J 'i ii 15 In was
. 1 ut. i.k G wood
i if i l 1 ,ee present
His Clilll W.i;l 11:1)
e .' ol Ihao i.ti V s-
lar's c iiiim in I, pi ., e, over him during
the !aV 1 iv. 1 w.h-. W .ett General Wis
1: r w.;. -a pr e "! idehniond iri tho
e rii pa f Im had a plan laid to
c "e.u.o tlie rebel capital, set free tho
.prisoner in Lihby Prison, seize Jell' Da
vis, and burn the bridge over the Junes
River. That plan was spoiled by some
one giving information to lhe uiiemy.
Ilnw'lhe rebels learned of Wisiar's ex
pedition was never known with cer
tainty, .but a prisoner taken shortly af
terward declared that a man giving his
name as John Boyle had been captur
ed, nearly dead Irom exhaustion and
exposure, wlio had given thoiu intelii
genoe of W'istar's p. an. John Boyle
recently wrote his New York relatives
that he was employed in tho Crested
Butte mine, win re the recent explosion
occurred, and the belief is that Boyle
is one of the victims. The exposure of
Wistar's plans thwarted one of tho
paost brilliant and impirtant move
ments of the w.r.D, tro t Fne 1 Vcs-.s.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbaao. Backache, Headache, Toothache,
Sort- Throm. Snrlllnc. Kpraln, Ilrultra,
lltiriia. HeitliU. Frusl Itilr.
in ail oihik hoiiiit pains ami Aiiirs.
S''.l I; Crj.i.iA iiJ li-l?n rrThrre. Inftj CcbUt U,tU.
IiirM.i' in u Lantu&res.
tiif 1 11 tin.t: ' a. vot.Kt.rR ro.
inr 1. A IlsiU-Lh t IXJ ) Rllimur, Id., t.S. A.
Thlj roroi' t.tvior Is
;,,!ukir fit Usttrir
made, co:nb:um tho
T.rtui 1 1 h..; irah
(rum.s baXanu and cx-1
tracu. In power u wonderful la enrintf duteAset wnera
Mti-r r"-T '7 -n-lwre. Crick la the Back tvid
N'.fk, Ui n la tae s. :tor Im:,Sua louiU uid Max-le
K: tiny I.-vui.k-j. lUte'cutUm, ysntkna, Sort Chest,
A.:ecUin i f tac Hrtrt ad Lirer, adaU fniaj or n-hc
In mj (art cured iasuiit : y by the Uup plaster. jr Try
j niviD ctatj or ore icr fioo.
ji-a-i oa rpcti; t or pni-e. s.jJ ty
vU lru.-ffi aid country ftort
11 p i lxstrr Cawjontf,
rruprklo.-s, Eostoa, Itua.
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Matcf-:tsrrr mi Den'e In
K'.h Stri-e , !;':!wicn Ccir.'l ATt. "d Lcvt-f.
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rpHELlTY NATIONAL RANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
C A PITA 1.. f 1 0 0.0 0 0 !
A General Rankin? IiiisinesM
TIIO. -3. W. IIAIddUAY
JNTERPRiSE SAVING BANK
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVLNOS HANK.
Couimercial Aveut'.? atitl Eighfli Stroel
(J tti or"
P. BRfiSS. Premih r.t. I P. NrKK. V!r 're'r.t
11. WELLS, fanhier. T. J. Kirlti, Atts't cak'.:
F". Bro.... Ca'ro I William K:uie. .Cain
Peter Nell " Wiilism Woli..,,
C. M Ofterloh " I C. O. l'atit-r "
E. A. Iiuder ' 1 H. Wt-Un ..
J. Y. Clem'on, Caledouia.,
AGE5ERAI. BANKING IiL'SINSsS DONE.
Exchange fold and bought. Inter- t pil.l ii
the Savine I)cprtrut)ut. Col Ice ' Ions tuaii aiiti
all btuinens pnenpt.y a!tt;ni?vil to.
fl.OtR, GRAIN AM) f
Egyptian Flouring Mil Ls
liirhestCaeh Price Paid for Wheat.
For Sale bv
1ANK B.CONVERSE .
JOHN F. 8T11ATT0N & C0.t
HANCFACTUIlRS also of
11UAWM BAND INBTUl'.MEXTS
49 DIaiden Lane. New York.
Lcvoo, (AlliO. ILLS.
ILLINOIS CKNTKAL K. U
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Oulv Ijine IturAtiiu
0 DAILY TRAiyrf
.Making Direct CuNaVkction
I'iuim Liati Caih'i:
.'i:00 a tu. Miil,
Arrtviugln H. I.nul 4i a.m.; Chicaii,9.ij) ( u. ;
( initit-Miiiir t (Mm anil Ktt'.Ectiam fur finrln
oati, LouiPTiilu, Iudianauiia aui polnta Ea-L
ia-.UiTj in. y.-tst St. Louie unit
Arriving In St. I.onl 0:11 p. in.,aait coDni-cllOkt
fur all poiuti Vivtl.
H:-45 p. m. Kttst Ixjirt-iiB.
For ft. Lonia in I t'hlrago, arriving at St. Loola
10:25 p. in., aud Chicau T:.Ha. m.
3 -45 p. in Cincinnati Kxiirpms.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7,0 a.m.; Loniivllle 6 :E5
a. m. i ludiitiapo.l t ; S a in. Paa-etgur br
tliln tra'n rt'ai Q the ab. ve piiintu to 3j
llOL'Hs in ulvabce of any uthcr ruuie.
f-The 9 -.an p. m. ciumii hs PCI.LM.AN
SufcEPiN'i CAK fr m Cairo to 1 ii.cliinatl. witn
out cbanKcs, ai.d tlir .ugh slee.ier. to St. Loun
l'ast Time J.a.t.
.i cpiKt-fitv ,h!' ,;ne C"hrngh to Kitt.
1 (l.Clltl.T trn poinii without any Ai.y
caniii'd y Stinitav iiitfrvrr.ing. The !siurdv afier
itmn train fruni Cairo arrivef In new York Monday
norniug at lu::)5. Thirty-r.x hourain advanceol
ns other route,
l"1"Kor through t!f krt. a,.d furtber lnformalton
a; ply at lilluoie Cintrai Kai'road Depot. Cairo.
.1. II. JUNE., Tirket Agent.
A. U. HANSON. Orn. Papa. Aict. Chicago
R R. TIME
C ARD AT CAIRO.
C. 8T. L
hi 4 Mail..
a S. o. R. it. (Jackson tuute).
.. 4:45 a.m. It 'aii ...,4:ip.m
. lo.ma.m. Eiprois 10::iya.m
.. :.50 p jn.
4 c. n. ii. (Nirrnw-tjauc).
... 3:0(1 a m. Exprt; l:lsa.m
. 1ii::i a.m. Ki Mull, .t-tnn m
..i.'f 'jp.m. accoiu u:uo p
rT. I.. & I. M. II. R.
..10:30 p.m. tExpren 2:130 p
W fT. I.. P. It. R.
Mail A Ex
....4 fOa.m. I 'Mall 4 Ex.. 9.3np.m
Accom .4:00 D.m. I 'Arco'ii
I'reitjht .":45 a.m. PrL-iuht...
Mi UILE A OHIO R. K
Mall r,:5ia.m. M;ill
Dully except Sumiav. t Hiiilv.
.Ii 45 p
TIM K CARD
DEPAIU UEE OF
9 p. m.
9 p. m
9 p. m.
6 a. in.
4 p. m.
I. C. K. II. (through lock mail)
" (way mall)
" (Southern Dir.....
Iron Mountain H. it ,
WahaKh H. It
a a. m.
...f p. m.
,...! p. m.
...7 p. m.
...5 p. ni.
Texas A St. I.ntila H. K
tit. Louis A C.lro It. K.
.i p. m
Mim l.lver arrlvea Wed . Sat. & Mon
" departs Wed., Frl. & Sun.
P (). gen del. op n from
P.O. box del. o. cP from ,
Sundays gee. tie'., open from.,
Sumlavs hex del. open from..
7:Bo am to7:30 pm
..A a. ni. to 9 p. m.
..Ha. m. to lo a. m.
..6 a. m. to 10:30am
bo published from
time to tlm In city papers. Change vonr cards ac
cordlngly. WM. il. MUKPUY. P. M
PA I.T ItlirtM, K ZI'.MA. S( Rol't I.A, SCALD
Il.'iul, Krmi,i'ln, 'li'lu-r, lllvc, li.iinlriill. Ilarber'a
lit It, l'liii,i N, .-tinsrs, tarliiiiii li it, I lent rniwining
anil I'ulmiiii il WiiiiinlH, tin, g . vol in, Sunliuru, uiiil
ull dlsea'i s of lhe skin.
pur l'ile W cm mitt. Cuts. I'lt'ors or SorpAj, no
reini'ilv Is so prnuiit in wmtliliiR uiul heiiling as
i':i,ili'ni Skin Cure. It dot's not smart or burn.
Uimtiuna in ten Innjungu accomjxiity every bottle.
NASAL CATARIIIf, At'l'TK or filltOXIf COLD
in the Ueml, litwc Cold, llrunthlul Culurrh uud
ClennestliennslrlN. pormltK nnliirul lirrathlng,
ml pri'venlii lin'i iistiilliiiis, nniiilli'3 nml viirezing.
It l!tnpislllri:iirv lor Colli In the HoHd-tt liltb
ls causeil by muliien chaniiea In the aiiinjiliere.
JHredimn in U ti Utngtmgtt acconipnny enry bottle,
PAPILLON MFC. CO., CHICACO.
ron bale ty all drdggietb.
For Salo by .
PAUL G. SCIIUII,
Snecial Acts, in this citv.
ftzti m till ft UPC'