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THE DAILY CAIRO BIH.LKTIN: FRIDAY MORNIKU MARCH 14, 1884.
The Daily Bulletin.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
P j one jew by currier $13 00
(-Jo pur cent, ducouni 11 paid In ad. anew.)
Dully, ona year by mull .in no
Daily, one tnnuttt 1 u
Pailv. ouawcek 8'
Published every raorulng (MomUys excepte-li.
Weekly, one year .... i ft
Weekly. 6 months .......... I "0
I'abllibcd every Monday n ion.
tClabs of five or more lor Weekly bulletin at
one time, per yuar, 51. V). rutiayo iu auinn-
fwvANiinir IM ir.VANCE.
411 Onmrnnntrilinin ahmllil l)C aJdrt-SSed to
K. A. HlRSKIT.
Kansas I:ir-t VPtir proiiliccil ivi,ooj
... u ,,f nut ro'u v.-i'tieJ at $'.',GS').
J'VlltlHsJ ' - -----
Coon skirt pas current in Calhoun,
Ky., at M ci nis ajdiec
A Chinaman is' one of tho lnr-re real
c.-t.tte holders iu Council Ulufi's.
The Colorado h;toricul society wants
n mountain l.on to j-ttitT.
Susie Dales, of Clinton, Me., twelve
M ars old, weighs pounds.
Hundreds of men, out of work and
money, are besrgin; from door to door
in Portland, Oregon.
A newspaper printed at the littlo
town of Medor.t, iu Montana, is called
the l!ad Laud Lu- B y.
'J lie needed expenditures on roads in
the Yellowstone. Park this year are es
timated at f I'lU.OOO.
A pearl we'gliins nearly two hundred
grains has lately been found on the lino
of :lie Panama canal.
The London Saturday Lcviac says
our tenth census was the be?t ever made
in any country.
Hiram RadeliiT, a recluse who died
recently at Kindlon, X. Y.. left per
sonal property worth $150, OX', includ
ing a iiait-brrrel of pennies.
A oi'lz-n of Gaiusvillo., Ga., now
worth $5VO0O, never wore a pair of
shoes until after ho was twenty-one
years of are.
The Ar'zona Legislature oflors $2 for
even- Apache scalp brought in, and it
is as-ened that "a Connecticut genius
in that section of the country invented
nud made a scalp which very nearly
Frances Hodgson Burnett is still un
der thirty. She is full of life, likes so
ciety, and is a vivacious and interest
ing "talker. She is of medium height,
has dark milium hair, a broad fore
head, and pleasant blue eyes.
The Duchess of K linburg is consider
ed the talker in the English royal fam
ily. She is said to be very strong will
ed, the only person who dares to op
pose Victoria, or even say "I won't'
to her, find to care nothing fr popu
larity. A Vermont physician who found a
neighbor in the road too drunk to walk
and invited him to crawl into his sleigh
was astonished by the query: "Say,
Doctor, my family physician is Dr.
; do you think your carrying me
home wili make any difference?'1
The London Dai'y Xuvs says of the
late Wendell Phillips that he "was an
orator of impassioned movement, which
stirred the public mind to i:s profoud
cst depths, find Americans have reason
to be glad that such men havo been
A paintaer mdc a contract to fresco
the interior of a church in Michigan.
The design was left to his own taste,
which proved unsound, for he covered
the walls with mythological and idol
atrous pictures. The trustees not only
refused to pay him, but demanded that
lie remove his work.
Manners impress as they indicate
real power. Nature forever puts a pre
mium on reality. What is dono for
efl'ect is seen to be done for effect; what
is dono for love is felt to be dono for
Jove. A man inspires affection and
honor because he is not lying in wait
Four cents a piece was the. price
promised a sewing-girl in Brooklyn for
making eight dozen shirts, and then
she had to bring suit to get the money,
her employer alleging that khe sewing
was detective. Judgment for the full
amount and $0 costs was rendered in
A man in Concord, N. II., advertised
for a boy to learn the shoe business,
and received twenty-seven answers,
the ages of the applicants ranging from
13 years to G2. lie says he believes in
advert'sing, but he wishes some of the
New Hampshire boys were not quite so
A vender of a nostrum in Baltimore
takes a position on a street corner,
rolls Bp his shirt sleeves, disclosing
very muscular arms, t.nd exercises
with a heavy dumb-bell. A crowd is
quickly attracted, and to them he sells
a medicine which, he declares, will
make anybody as strong as he is.
A San Francisco man estimates the
property of the three bonanza men of
that city as follows: Fiood, fcltW.OjQ,
000; Maekev, $G0,0"0,OO0; Fair, tl'.f
000,000. Probably, -if th-re should bo
a sudden necessity for an honest liquid
ation, thcsij amounts would shrink into
million or two each.
YVu.s hre steadily increasing in
Mexico. In the capital common labor
reeeivpg l.2j a day. Mechanics get
tl.7.i to Along the rail-
ro.m ueH vhi pnecs are about $1 a
day for unakViM laborers and ?1.S0 to
lor meehanies. Ue laborers from
the rural districts are eoinin- into the
annum Uistriets ml;. numbers.
lUIll I L V III .k(..it.,.,l ., .!.
Louisiana state prison, walked hard all
IlHrht rmil I... , I.., 1;..) ,
...... u,Vi,-m as lorty lllllt 8
uj. r. iiirmg ueieeiion l.v means of
ins striped earb he went boldlv into a
negro farmhouse, told the owner that
ne was a circus performer disabled by
rncumaiMii, ami ellered to swap tho
costume Ii r ii n v obi suit of ordinary
clothes. I In! bargain was made, and
iuu runaway eonunueu lua li ght in
A married couple peri-hed in the
Cilv of Columbus disaster, leaviri" no
chiidrcn, but considerable property
As it is impossible to say surely whi'-h
0:10 died lirst the title to the estate will
have to be uetei mined by inference.
Tho courts have held in eases of sh'm
wreck that the woman being tho weaker
tho law warrants the conclusion that
she dies first, and, there-fore, the hus
band's heirs arc entitled to the prop
News of a ship railway connecting
the Mediterranean and Red Seas com -s
from Athens. It is designed to start
at F.1 Arish and end at Akaha, and
would pass through a perfectly lht
country. An American name is con
nected" with the enterprise, and one of
the Lii-jlish correspondents calmly re
ports that, in the event of the success
of the present negotiations, the gentle
man having tljeni in charge, "is likely
to be rcwan.ed by the American gov
ernment with a high diplomatic post at
A few davs ago a gentleman who
was about leaving Constantinople for
London with a manuscript copy of tho
Koran 500 years old, which had been
in the possession of his family for a
hundred years, was despoiled of his
treasure by a custom official, the latt'-r
with many divout exclamations, seiz
ing it as state property. Nor has the
gentleman been able" to recover the
manuscript nor to obtain tiie smallest
recompense, and the treasure, for
whicu it is said that $30,OA was re
cently (.tiered, and which would proba
bly have enriched before long soma
European musjutn, now reposes nt
AmoniT the cabinet ladies at Wash
ington Mr. Lincoln is tho prettiest,
Mrs. Brewster tho handsomest, and
Mrs. Chandler the most popular. The
lirst is a tiny little tiling, with clear
cut features and a complexion like an
opal. The second is massive, with
superb dark eyes, white hair, and great
repose of manner. The third-named is
of medium height, stout. and has bright,
dark eyes, a livaeious manner, and an
abundant fljw of conversation, which
is light, witty, gay or grave, as occa
New York has a catering company
which sends mea's around in a wagon
so constructed that the whole is heated
by steam, and the cooking goes on as
the vehicle is moving from place to
place. Each wagon holds twelve meals
but on account of the number of courses
served, meals for one will answer for
two, meals for three w ill suffice for iw
and meals for six will do for ten. Tho
prices are not particularly inviting,
however. Two meals a day are fur
nished, and the rates are $12 a week
for one person, $15 for two. $20 for
three, and so on up to six persons, for
which number the charge is $:$.
Outwitting a F02.
A scientist, while out in a boat one
night on a river in Florida, was caught
in a fog so dense that he could not
see twenty feet ahead. The boatmen
stopped rowing, and said they would
have to wait for daylight or till the fog
cleared away, as they did not know iu
what direction to steer. The scientist
showed them what science can do for a
man in an emergency. He says: I at
once stood up in the boat and hallooed.
Soon the echo came back. Pointing in
the direction from which the echo
came, I said: "There is tho nearest
Rowing a half-mile in the direction
of tho echo, we soon reaclied the land
and "coasted'' home. The boatmen
expressed great surprise that they had
been on the river all their lives and
had never thought of so simple and
easy a plan to find shore when lost in
n fog. A knowledge of so simple a
fact saved me many a dismal hour,
night and day, too, on the river.
Fishermen to whom I havo communi
cated this,have told me a knowledge of
this would often have saved them from
whole nights of useless toil, and would
have been worth hundreds of dollars
in their business. S eamboat pilots
may also be benefited. I have seen
them run ashore with the echo striking
them in the teeth. During a fog the
ntmosphero is so saturated with moist
ure that it is a much better conductor
of sound than when dry.
Two results follow: First, sound
travels faster, an i hence the echo re
turns more speedily; and second, the
sound is heard more distinctly.
Rcmemi.enng tlie.se two f iets, a per
son with a little practice can soon de
termine the approximate distance of
the nearest land or woods.
"Would I Were a I toy Again."
Old Mr. Wardles was watching tho
boys coasting on one of the streets, and
as 'the cutters were tearing down at the
rate of thirty miles an hour, his memo
ry traveled" bach forty years, ami lie
impulsively remarked to a young man
that he would "give 20,0o0 if he were
a boy again." A juvenile with a red
sled'and a red nose heard the remark,
and a-ked Mr. Wardles if he didn't
want to ride down. Wardles said ho
believed he would try one trip. Ho
weighs 2'ij pounds, and when he got
on the clipper its joints creaked omi
nously and his eyes sparkled with fun.
The bovs gave him a good send-off, and
pretty soon the sled veered sideways,
there was a crash, and Ward.es went
end over end for about twenty yards,
and then a double-clipper, containing
six boys struck him amidships and
turne d him over some more in a most
rid'u ulous and painful manner, and
just us lie regained his feet another
jumper dashed into h;s legs, nnddie sat
down 011 his head so emphatically that
tin- tup of his hoot legs protruded above
the margin of his hirt collar, lb.' re
turned home with a broken rib, a
spra'n ; 1 aui.l -, bis coal split from Dan
to B e'rsh( ha, a h: n If ii of b irk peeled
oil' his liend. and il l the fun l uiiished
from his eyes. Jb- will be nearly 113
good as ic-.v iu about, six weeks, but ho
says he woo d rather be 2,000 years old
than t In; a by again. Sun istvwn
Thursday Evesino, Mar. 13, 1834.
Tlie weather is raw and cold, lightened
by an occasional glimpse of bright nun-
T'ic market is unelmngcd since the open-
iiiiiof the week. Stocks Id leading nrtieleB
excepting il-ur, are ample for the demand.
The livnr, owing to the rise In the
Cumberland and Tennessee, is swelling
slowly ain, but there is no apprehension
of a repetition of the fl tod of lust month.
FLOUR Stocks of all grades ro siall
nd the inquiry is pood.
HAY Steady and unchanged. Receipts
hive berti liberal and the mon-mvnt fair.
CORN' Tho supply is good and the
OATS Receipts are rather light but are
equal to tho demand. Prices are unchanged
MEAL Slendy and uticliangel.
BRAN None in inniket.
BUTTER Cunice is in good demand st
ruling prices. Common is dull.
EGGS The m-irket is well supplied and
etsy Ht quotations.
CIIICKENS-Plenty and easy.
APPLES -Good demand tor ile-iee;
scarce and firm.
POTATOES Steady demand tor choice.
scales ami Quotations.
NOTK. The prlri- Here sm-ii arc for ul frem
first handf In round lorn. Ad advui.ro '
chimed lor broken lotmn tlillunortli m.
JiXI bh'l FxtM fancv
5 r,i .1 40
..1 tM. ri "O
4 rrii si
0 1 its w
400 liblo various i;radt-t..
oe FMirr -
;u bhl Oho ca...
2 0 bbla l'ateut
Sears gilt ediio gro&U bile...
3 far mixed
I car good prime
7 cars choice
Scar choice white tn bulk ...
S cars choice mixed In bulk
4 cara choice In bntV
4 car choice heavy In ba k
4 cars In balk
No. i Red, per bti ,
No. i Medheranean
5X1 bb: Cttr on orders ,
In tack ..
W pound choice Northern packet.
3i ponnd choice Northern roll
WO pounds Southern llisrol)
, S 6 1 : 2 05
Latei choice ,
1 1 r,i
6 coops choice bens
5 coops miied... .. ...
Per bbl choice Ben Davis
" Home Beauty....
.3 :v'! :s
,2 Ti.il K'
..2 y- i 5 '
Choice WiLesaps .
Totatoe? per bush Pearh Blow
Potatoes per bush Early Ruse
Potatoes per bbl
According to size
.15 :'Cf,30 10
Plain ham a
.. l 05
2 4 buMiel hnrian
5 bushel " .... .
DRIKD KIII IT.
Pearbts. halves anrj iuurters....
Choice navy .
8 fOiVi tl
Bear.-r per pound...
10 to t'l
10 to 45
10 to '
Wt to 2 M)
75 to 1 0
3 to 15
O0 to 00
Dry Flint choice
Sheep PeltH.dry ,
Sheep Pi Its, creen
. 'ji vrT, "
, 4 SIKit Ii l
4 TV:! '- a
a rA 1 fi
. 7 5'i 9'C
RATES OK FBCU'HT.
Klineston. Miss tiV. 22H 4S . . , "'
Vlckshure. Prentess ll.msu Sv4 per cwt. nlsh
All other wa points below Memphis to Nevr or
leans, rame rates as to K Incstoa
Ileiena, Ark .
When pain from Rheumatism or Nsural
gia is mtensf, ncoplo are apt to throw away
a great deal of money in stiarch of relief.
They needn't do it. SavsO. II. Ilotchkins,
327 Grand St., New Haven, "After endur
ini? intense suffering for six months from
Rheumatism, employing four different phy
sicians, without relief, and spending ninny
dollars for medicines, I accidentally heard
of Aihloplinros and tried it. Three bottles
cured me entirely i i less than three week's
ivlicate ami Ftu-hle I.ailios,
Those languid, tiresome sensutions, cuus
ing you to I eel scarcely able to bu on your
t'-.-ei ; that constant drain 1l1.it is taking
from your system nil iu li riner t bisticity ;
driving the bloom from ymir checks; that
continual, strain iip.ui y. urital b.iee.s,
rtii-hriiig you iiriiable uml Iretl'ul, cku
eauly be removed by the u?e ot tint mar
vi b us n iiiciy, Hop Ritt. rs. Iinyubtiities
and obs. ructions of your y8iem ate re
lit Vid at oi.ee, whilu tin- tpeciiil cuuea of
pi-iiod.e:il piiiu nre peiinuui uily removed.
None u-ieiveao much bt-iitti', ami none
are so profoundly jjrutolul and show Mich
hii inifiest in riC'iiiiiiieuiliin' II plljit-rs
KKKl.S VOl'Ml AOAIN.
"My ino'lur was iilllieted 11 hug time
with Ni urrt'i.m and 11 dull, he tvy, inactive
condition il the whole cystt-tn; headnclie,
iifiVoiH prostration, and uas idinost help
less. No pliys'chin or medicines did l.t-r
any yood. Tin et; months ago all" biiiran
to use Hop Hitters with meh good itl'.ct
that the n-t-ms n:id feels young attmn,
althouyli over 70 years oil. We tiiink
there is no other medicine tit to u-e in t be
fa 111 i I y." A lady, in Providence.
Rhadfukd, Pa., May 8, 1S75.
It lias cured me of several disia-.es, such
as nervousness, sickness at the stomach,
monthly troubles, etc. I have not seen a
sick day in a ye ir, since I took Mop Bitters.
All my neighbors use fit m.
Miss Fannie Ghekn.
$3,000 Lost. "A tour of Europe that
cost me ' $3,000, done me less good than
one bottle of Hop Bitters; thty also
cund my wife of fifteen years' nervous
weakness, sleeplessness and dyspepsia."
R. M. Auburn, X. Y.
II Iti II AlTUOKITY.
H-'P Bitters is not, in any sense, an aleo
h nic beverage or liqu-.r, aud could rot be
sold for use except to persi ns desirous of
obtaining a medical bitters.
Green U. Raum, U. S. Com. Intre'l R v.
Po. Bloomixoville, 0., May 1, '79
Sins I have been suffering tin years
Riid I tried your Hop Bitters nnd it done
me more good than all the doctor?.
Miss S. S. Boone.
We are so thankful to say that our nurs
ing baby was permanently cured of a dan
gerous and protruded constipation and ir
regularity of the bowels by the ue of M--p
Bitters by its mother, which at the same
time rci-torod her to perfec t heal'h and
s:rer,g!h. The Parents, Rochester, N. Y.
A General Stampede.
Never was such a rush made for any
Drug Store as is now at Barclay Bros.'
for a trial bottle of Dr. Kind's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
All persons affected with Asthma, Bron
chitis, Hoarseness Severe Coughs, or any
affection of the Thnat and Lungs, can get
a trial bottle of this great remedy free, by
calling at above Drug Store. (4)
A Melodious Voice
ought to be accompanied by an agreeable
breath. Words watted by a pleasant one,
especially if proceeding from a roseate del
icate chiselled mouth, delight and enchain
the ninle listener. Mark this, dHints and
demoiselles, and use SOZ JDON'T which
endows the teeth with the whiteness and
hardness of alabaster, renders flabby, cank
ered, colorless t'ums firm and pir.k, and
gives a healthier giow to pale, roughened
lips. The breath becomes as sweet as nose
gay through its influence.
"Kuu?n. on Corns."
A'k for Wells' "R jugh on Corns." loc.
Quick, complete cure. Hard or soft corns,
w arte, bunions.
Quick, complete cure, all annoying Kid
ney, Bladder and Urinary Diseases. $ 1 .00.
"fiougli 011 Coughs "
Knocks a Cough or Gobi endwise. For
children or adults. Troche3, 1 5c. Liquid,
50c. At Drui-'ists. 2
Avoid Pills Being largely composed of
mercury they eventually ruin the st much,
but Allen's Bilious Physic a vegetable mix
ture, act- quickly, and effectually cures. 25
Cents. At all Druggists. (5)
True to Her Trust.
Too much cannot be said of tbever
faithful wife and mother, constantly w atch
ing and caring for her dear one?, never neg
letting a single duty in their behalf. W hen
they are assailed by disease, and the sys
tem should have a thorough cleansing, the
stomach and bowels regulated, blood puri
fied, and malarial poison exterminated, she
must know that Electric Bitters arc the only
sure remedy. They are the best and purest
medicine in the world and only cost fifty
cents. Sold by Barclay Bros. (4)
ARKANSAS AND TEXAS.
Alonir the lice of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands of
acres of tiie choicest farming and grazing
lands in the wot Id, ranging in price, from
$2.00 to $300 and $4.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
in 1H82, and makeup your mind to go and
see for yours"lf when you learn that the crop
f.r !883 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1H82. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-lourth, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed for money paid for tickets or freight
over the Companies lines.
II. C. Towns-end, Gen'l Pass. Act.
St. Louis. Mo.
J-l m ID. INOE,
Manufacturer and Dealer In
Bib iO.ro.Oi, between Com'l Ave. iil Lt-voc.
CHOKE BORINO A SPECIALTY
f t rrtuiMi tto iUTTVITmV
Safes Keoalred, All Kinds ol Keys M do.
OFFICE:-No. 78 Ohio
rpHE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Rankin? Business
TIIOS. V. HAIJ.IDAY
JNTERPRlSE SAVING RANK!
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
THOS. "SV. IIALL1I1AY,
Corumerclal Avenue aud Eighth Street
V. PROSS, President. I P. NoTP. Vlc; Pre'r.t
U. WELLS, CiKliler. T. J. Kerth, AfJ;"! cat-
F. Bross Ca'ro I W"!fim Kiutc. .Cuirr
Pt-terNt-tr " I William Wo, f.... -
C, M Otterloh " I ('. . Putit-r "
E. A. buder " I II. Wells
J. V. Clemson, Ck"!ii:i:s.;
A GENERAL BANKING IlfsIS K.S DONE.
Exchance soM and botiht. Int.-n-ft !i
the Savlues U-pirtmi!it . (.'"ileclons vinlu nv.C
all hnstnes promptly ittpn.'etl tn.
4 h. s
Q.E0RGE HARItliON LEACH, M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
mtnt of snrtiical dlsunsea, aud alfcasva of women
OFFICE On 14lh street, oppcsite the Post
orl'.ce, Cairo, III.
JR. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, III.
VAPOIt, ELECTItO-VAPOa and MEDICATED
A lady in attendance.
QR. W. C. JC'JFLYN,
OFFICE Eighth Street, nnsr Comb erclal Avnrie
fyi. E. W. WUITLOCK,
Ornoi No. 136 Commercial Avenne, between
ir,.h.-i 4,14 vtt.tv.
ALLI1)AY BROTH K
FLOUR, GRAIN AND fl A
Egyptian Flouring Mil 1 s
Higfaest Ctwh Price Paid for Wheat
levee, CAlItO, ILLS
I.Li'NOlS. CENTRAL R.
Sin.itest and Quickest Ron
St. Louis anil Chicag
Tht: Onlv I-ino Jtuiinin:
O DAILY TRAIN
Making Direct Connect J
I'jiKS LutE Caihh:
'iX)" ;i in. Mail,
rr!viLi'iL M . Lr.uls 9:-) a.n. ; Cbicak",a 30
( '"i-'iimr ii' ! 1 1 1 1 1 o l.:'.;t:ci:m fur f'H
nati, LouieTilK-, Iuoiana;. jii! una points K.' J
IUiUo j. n. Fust f-t. I.ouis 5
'i-t ii J.xir'hH.
Arrlvlcu. In ft LoaN 6: 1 j p. rn , nud cutin.
for all puiiitu West. J
.'1:45 p m. F.-tist Kxjr-K8 '
For "t. Louis an t ChV.-igi, orrlv'tig t St. I
10:25 p. in ., aud Ciiich,"i ' :.) a. m. i
.'J:15 j. m Ciric-iiuiBti J-Ixiir-
Arrltlne at Cincinnati a. m. ; Louinvi:
t ra. ; Iiiil:!.o"i l i S s m. Pus "..i. :
tins tra'u risrh the ! ve o:ti! 1 ' i!
UOL'lt in mUsi.ce of any otl.ur rule. i
liTTho 3 T, p. m: n:r--s ha ri'I-l'
SOr.Kl-l.vfJ CAlt frm Cairo tn t li.clnuat'
out chuir.'.-s, si.il iL'.dli sleepers t St..
and CliU aj;o. f
J'a.-t Time Last.
I'-lsIslOTlfPl'V -. this line go thro-iirl, t'
1 cl.T. Ji, i era points without in
:useil 1-y Siitn'sv inti-rii iiinit. The haturdn.
loon trk!n fruiu Cairn arrives In new Yo'k
norultitf nt 10: ir. Thirty-six hours in adV
ns other 'otite,
'Wl'tit through tickets and further infor
tppivat Illlnoii Vtulih lULniad iJepm.o
.1. II. jdNES.Tiuci t
A. H. 11ANS0N. (ien. I'as. Aeunt. Cb
R R. T1MK CARD AT CAIR
Tra.ns Di part. Trait. s
C. fiT. L. & N. O. It. II. (Jackson Mil?
Mall 4:45a.m. m'aii 4:
tExpress 10 ana. m. I E-press ... 10;
lAccom 3:50 p.m.
bT. L. c. n. u. (Narrow-gauL'''
Expr-ss 3:00 a m. I Kxun-ss .
l x A.Mail .. lo::ia in. Ki. Vail.
Accoui lii:1 Ti p.m. Acconi
ST. L. & 1. M. U. It.
Express. 10::i0p.m. tExireis
W., ST. L. & P. It. II.
Mall A Ej......1:i0 a.m. I 'Mai! Ex.
Accom .4:00 p.m. I 'Acco'ii
Freight 7:45 a.m. FreUht
MOI1ILE & OHIO II. It.
Mail - 5:M a.m. Mull
Daily except hapilay. t Duilv.
AUUIVAL AND DEPAKTL'UE OF ;
I. C. K. R.Otrouch lock mail). J a. m.
" " " ..llfi'a m'
" (wsy mull) 4 30 p.m. j
(Southern Dlv. f, p. m.j
Iron Mountain It. It i:3'p. m.
Wahash R. K lo . m.j
Texas & St. Lonis It. It 7 p. m '.
Ht. LoulsibC.iiroR.lt 5 p. m
Ohloltiver '-' p. m
Miss Liver arrives Wed., St.. & Mon.
" departs Wed., Fri. & Sun.
P O. eon del. op n from 7 :30am
P (k hrtT Hi.1. nui.n from K a. m.
Sundays get. ile'.. open from. ...8a. m. -Sundais
Imx del. open from. ...6 a. m. ti
tNOTE. Chan-ts will bo pu'ilif,
time to time In city papers. Chance vof.
cordinKly. Vv.M. M. MUitl'll
ABS0LUTEL7 CURES I i I
KAI.T IlllETM. ECZEMA. SCUOFrt
llcail, KrvKi.flun, Tcttpr, Hives, laiiHlruJ
Jtt-li. l'iin.li s, Miii.'i, Curliuiieli'S, I Inlet
ami I'oIhoiihI Wuiiii.Is, hii.gn'urin, .Stiij
Ull UIW liilH OI Mil- Milll.
For Plies, Wounils, Oils, Clccr nr
fpniccly In o prompt III soothing mnl
l-aiiilloii Skill Cure. It dui's nut smart
Vinctimu in ten languagei accuminay ej
NASAL CATARRH, ACl'TE or ('II R(
lu tht- IIciul, Kotie Cold, llruucliiiil (
IIA.Y EVE It
Clooiii the noHtrlls. nnrinlts natiirntl
ml lin-vi-nts liirni.i,ii,,in, Niiuilli s uin
It IsasH. Illi iinv fur Cold in the H
la caused by suilili-n cIiiuikis lu the utn
Dirtitioii in ten tutifjtwges accompany
PAPILLON MFC. CO., C
TOH BALE EY ALL DHUQI
For Sale by
PAUL G. SCIlf fl
Snccial Acts, in thi