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THK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING MARCH 18, 1884.
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All Communications should be addressed to
E. A. BURNETT,
Publisher and Proorletor.
at the di:livi:hv WINDOW.
Tho IYoilo M'tio W ait for I lie I.ct
tein That Sever AVill Come.
"Perhaps you don't know it, but, tho
plsice to soo trnjodios of real life like a
panorama is right in hcro,"saii apost
oflico habitno beore tho general post
oflioo building on Park row.
Hew could one seo tragedies in tho
"I'll show you," ho said. "Conio in
"Damp stono corridors, very dirty
and chilly; Jostling people, rudo and
anxious; great dingy glass partitions
with a squaro littlo holo in the bottom,
behind which wero seen at intervals
tho clerks' faces. Nothing very tragic
"No? Wait a bit. These aro tho
foreign delivery windows; people come
hero to get foreign letters. They are
coming all theitime. It is an-unending
procession of tired feet Watch'eni.
Wo did There was a woman lead
ing a littlo girl. She was watching her i
turn to ask at too window. suo was
dressed in rusty black. Sho had a pret
ty, sad faco with a few premature
wrinkles on it. Sho looked modest,
nervous, anxious. Presently sho got a
chance and went tip aud put her bead
down to tho littlo hole.
"Anything for Mrs. John ?"
That's all we could hear.
"Nothing," said tho voice of tho
clerk after a moment's delay.
Tho woman stepped back as if tho
clerk's voice had hurt her. Sho looked
down a moment and then feeling her
self jostled by some other anxious ap
plicant shrunk all together and went
away liko a ghost.
"Do you seo anything at that?" ask
ed my companion.
"Well, sho has been coming for a
month, tho day after every steamer.
Sho expects a letter from her husband,
and she will never get it."
"Becauso when he went away he
never intended to write. Ho went away
with another woman. Tho wife hasn't
discovered the deception yet. You 600,
ho left her with a kiss, promised to
write by tho first steamer, and sho has
been counting tho hours ever since. I
call this a tragedy. Whenever a heart
is torn to pieces slowly by villainy there
is a tragedy.
"The clerk at that window gets to
know some of tho sad white faces that
come regularly. There is an old wo
man who sometimes Ah! there sho is
now, standing over thcro waiting for
her chance. Look at her."
Wo both stared at her in silenco a
moment. She must have been 50. But
sho was still hearty save for tho traces
of sorrow and toil on her brown old
face. There was a watery expression
to her eyes as if sho was used to crying.
Sho was" poorly clad. A faded shawl
was wrapped about her shoulders, and
on ono of tho lingers of her bronzed
hand shono an old wedding-ring, worn
"Sho comes onco a week and asks
for a letter from Frank," said my com
panion, "but sho never gets it."
"Well, who can he be? Frank's her
boy. All you've got to do is to look at
her to know tho whole story. It's tho
oldest one on record. Sho bore him;
sho nursed him; sho wept and prayed
over him; sho poured into him all tho
afieetion of which a mother is capable.
Slio worked till her lingers bled for
him. Don't you see all that? The first
thing ho did when ho was able to get
out into the world was to get into dis
grace. Then the whole world turned
against him. That is tho whole with
ono exception. This poor old woman
stood by him. Sho was getting along
in life, but she doubled her work; she
toiled night and day; she hoarded her
pennies: sho denied herself the neces
saries of life, but she got money enough
to set him at liberty and let him coui
ruenco over again. lie ought to have
been the comfort and prop of her old
age. He wasn't. But she never up
braided him. All sho hunwrcd for
was his love. All she asked of him
was to do right. But he never would
do right. Finally ho went awav, tak
ing her last dollar. He had to 'o. llo
fled, in fact. But he told her ho was
uni w reiorm in a new lami, ami be a
man and conio back some day and take
care of her. And she saw him o(T,
Lung on his neck, could not tear her
old arms awav. von know, hpcmwn sln
hadn't anybody in the world but her
'"ell, he will certainly come baek
2o; h.s Viones are lvinir white in tho
, uom ' u' ""U of Mexico. That's
" and the old woman
tJiaA'i1,n",;r uic. You'll see a
" I- . i. cmonnl side of
terpret it." At-w York Wurld.
Meaning of "Mormon."
Ti t - t
11 m i noi generally known, p,a Ws,
mail Muoriuou is a pure iireek word,
Bignuyinz n monster. J low Jo-ionb
Smith, the founder of this troublesome
sect, hit upon the word is not authen
tically known. Probably if lie had been
aware that is was adopted by tho
ornithologists as a seientiho namo for
certain web-footed water birds whoso
grotesque countenances justify the
appellation, no would havo tried to
dream out a le38 objectionable title for
The Milwaukee Chinaman who in
tends to enter Cornell University says
be has made $9, 2 a) as a lauudryman
a two year.
TJtlCKS IN WISKOIAIUXM.
How ( liainpanrt uiul Oilier French
Vinous 1'i'odtictH arc Produced,
Of all countries which go largely into
wine-making France Is foremost, and,
owing to tho abundance and variety
produced, through tho variety of soil
aud climate, it has been called tho vine
yard of the earth. About seven-eighths
of the territory is wine-bearing, and,
next to the ordinary business of ii!ri-
culture, it is the most valuable branch
of iiidustrv. It cives employment to
8.000.000 "nersons. Tho miiintity of
wine annually produced is 2,000.000,000
mil ons. and this is worm f .uu.uuu.uw.
Those wines dill'er widely one from
another, and each has a fame of its
own. Of them all tho products of tho
(.'hanipairno country are tho best
known and most widely distributed.
i ins lias always been considered as
bearing oil' tho palm; it has always
been the favorite wino of tho crowned
heads, as well as of other historical
Tho province of Champagne is divl
ded into live departments, but it is only
in the Department oi Alamo that the
champagne of commerce is made. And
Marne is subdivided into live depart
ments, of which lllioims aud Epernny
are the true center of the manufac
ture. So when wo seo "liheims" and
"Epernav" on tho bottles wo know
just where they conio from; and, for a
still clearer picture, it may bo stated
that the vineyards of Ithcims are situa
ted around tho slopes of a wooded
mountain, whilo those of Epernav oc
cupy an undulating plain. Tho vintage
begins in beptemuer. Itio grapes aro
suuiccted to tnreo pressures, and, the
uico being collected into largo vats, it
is allowed to stand twelvo or eighteen
hours, till tho sodinient is deposited. It
is then drawn oil' into barrels and left
to ferment By December, the wine
being clear, it is again drawn into vats,
and as the perfect nrticlo is made from
tho products of several different vine
yards, tho operation of mixing begins.
After this is accomplished it is again
drawn into the barrels and allowed to
stand till Spring. It is then bottled
and carried into the cellars and laid
on its sido, and tho second-.ry fermen
tation begins. It lasts through the
Summer, and during thi3 tirno there
is often so much bursting among the
bottles that the loss sometimes amounts
to 2o per cent. After tho fermentation
and breakage ceaso, the bottles are
overhauled, and thoso that aro whole
restacked. After resting eighteen
months they aro taken out and shaken,
whereupon any littlo sediment there
may be comes to tho top, and, tho cork
being taken out, the froth that pushes
up brings the sediment with it, so that
it can bo removed.
One thing more, nnd tho wino is
ready for market. Into oach bottle is
introduced a littlo melted rock candy,
mixed with a trilling quantity of bran
dy. Tho quantity of sweetness in
troduced depends on the country to
which tho wiiio is to ho sent. Russia
requires least, and England nnd the
United Slates most. Tho bottles aro
now rccorked, tho air excluded by
means of tin foil or wax, and tho cham
pagne, now three or four years old, is
ready for use. Twcnty-flve millions of
bottles are annually put up, one-sixth
of which comes to the United States.
Next in importance come the wines
of the Gironde. Tho capital of this
department is Bordeaux; hence tho
wines are often called by that namo.
Tho Giroudo is divided into live wine
producing districts, of which iMedoc is
tho most celebrated. It is a long,
narrow plain containing 43,000,000
acres of vineyards. Eight million gal
lons of wino are aunually produced.
These wines are all red, and aro what
are called clarets. One-fourth of them
an- tho exquisite high-class wines, such
as Chateau Margaux, Chateau Lafitle
and Chateau Latour. These command
an enormous price, even in Franco.
Comparatively littlo puro Modoc reach
es this country, as tho popular taste
in America likes it reinforced with
spirituous strength. Iho amount of
mixing that goes on at Bordeaux is
prodigious. Her export is twelve times
as much as the entire growth of Medoc,
and one-half of these are bought as
genuine, without misgiving.
Another oi the famous wines exhib
ited hero is the Hermitage. Tho vine
yards which produce this wino lio on
the south slope of a hill near the town
of Tain, on tho Rhone, in tho old
Province of Dauphiny. It is called
Hermitage, because of a hermit who
took up his abode there in tho thir
teenth century and planted tho vines
for an interesting occupation. Tho
slopo being southerly, tho sun 6hines
on the vines all day long, and brings
tne iruit to marvelous perfection. The
vinc3 aro in three vineyards, and as
the perfect wine results only from a
mixture of tho product of the three, '
the proprietors must hold property in'
The Burgundy wines arc grown on a
series of low hills about thirtv-six:
miles in length. Along their slopes,
and extending a milo or so out on tho'
plains at their feet lio tho vineyards
which produce the "yellow Burgundy.".
the district of tho baulernes produces'
tho celebrated Chateau Yquem. which
Is esteemed almost too precious to use.
It looks liko bottled sunshine.
Tho department of Chnrento is rich
in vineyards. All of tho wino is used
for distillation, immediately after fer
mentation. The town of Cognac is tho
center of the manufacture, henco tho
name U usually applied to thoso
brandies, which aro tho best in the
It is of sonio littlo interest to know
tho general average of alcohol in wine.
From 1,000 gallons of wino they get,
on distillation, from 100 to 150 gallons
of brandy. 1 resident dellerson said
intoxication would never pr ;vail whero
wmo was cheap; that it was only tho
deamcss of that, that set men to work
evoking tho "licry demons out of
Riigur-cRne, rye, corn, other grains, etc.
But, having oueo evoked tho demon,
ho masters them nnd they can't shako
' ni off. it is liko Sindbnd and tho
Old Man of tho Sea'. So, if tho world
demands brandy, of courso, tho vino
yards will bo tinned into it.
. ,J.hisR!liM ,hftl wwi'so quantities of
"Old Ryo ' travel over to Cognac, nnd
eomobaek transformed into "tho best
trench brandy. arf'-irrf Times.
It is a proverb that there arc always
good crops after plenty of snow.
Monday Evening, March 17,1884.
The weither is growing soft. L rain set
ii before daylight this morning and has
continued more or less heavy up to the
Notwithstanding the rain, business
among commission men has been good and
the leveo and wharf has presented through
out tho day an active, lively appearance.
The river continues to Bwell slowly and
is now within ton feet of high water mark.
FLOUR Steady and unchanged; stocks
of all grades are light and the dumand ac
HAY Receipts have been unusually
heavy and the market it stocking up.
Prices aro a shade lower all around.
CORN Stocks offering are small, and
the inquiry good.
OATS Weak and unsettled; stocks are
large and the demand light.
MEAL Firm and unchanged.
BRAN Scarco and in goed demand.
BUTTER Firm and unchanged; choice
northern and southern rolls finds ready sale
at fair prices.
EG03 The feeling is better and prices
are a shade firmer owing to speculators
buying for shipment.
TOULTRY -Plenty and dull.
TURKEYS Scarce and in good demand
APPLES Choice Btock is firm and
wanted. Common are dull.
POTATOES Firm but quotably un
Sales and Quotations.
NOTB. The prices here given are for sales from
nrst hands in round lots. An advance Is
charged for broken lotsln OUlngorders.
300 bbls Extra fancy 5 MffiS 40
4110 bbls various grades 3 BOw6 00
w Fancy .. 5 25
SiO bbls ChO'ce 4 75&4 85
100 bbls Patent 6 40&6 50
Tears eilt edgo small bale..- 13 50
2 cars mlxef S flO10 00
l car good prime 11 oo
Scars cboloo 12 00
4 cars choice white In hulk... 53
cars choice mixed In bulk 60
4 cars choice In bulk 85
3 cars choice heavy In bulk........ 35
2 cars In bulk 35
No. 2 Red, perhn 9&3
Mo. 8 Modlleranean 1 00
600 bbli City on orders 60 J3 65
In sacks 93
500 pounds choice Northern packed 21
300 pounds choice Northern roll WYtlii
son pounds Southern Ills roll 18 (l)
300 pounds creamery U8&30
Large choice .. ,
6 coops choice hens
5 coops mixed........ ..........
3 253 50
2 75a3 00
Per bbl choice Ben Davis...... 4 50
" " Rome Beauty 4 50
Smnll varieties 2 00
Choice Wlneeaps -........2 50S3 Si
Genatons ... M 3 00
Potatoes porbnsh Peach Blow 45(&'0
Potatoes per bnsh Early Rose 40
Potatoes per bbl . 1 ?52 00
According to size 15 CCOW 00
Plain hams none
B.C. llama 13
Clear sides 9
St. Johns $! 11
Ohio Klvor 1 05
24 bnshol bnrlaps
Peachss.halvee and Quarters
Choice navy 2 E033 00
Choke modinra 2 60 1 75
Coon , io to 65
Mink .... . to to 45
Red Fox 1 00
wildcat - io to 51
Beaver per pound B0 to 2 50
Otter n 75 to 6 00
Opossum M , 8 to 15
Bear 00 to 00
Calf, Green 19
Dry Flint choice 15
Dry Bait..... ,,.............., .t....... ...... . i
Sheep Pelts, dry ......mm, 1050
Hheep reus, green . lVii"5
Damaged Hides ........ M ofl
... ! TMM IK
4 Miy, 5 IX
...4 5 If
... l IHi4 7 TC
... 7 5HC6 9'C
KATKS OK KltCIHIlT.
Gram Hay Flour I'nrk
$cwi. fcwl. Mlbl. Hlilll.
Moiinis ivt io z )
N v. Oralis '-"ii SO 50
Fidelia, Ark 17 !- 3 tvi
KlinuHton, Mixs ii', 45 bVt
Vtckl)iirg, I'renteBS House 2 4 per cwt. hlnlif
AH other waif points below .Memphis toNtvt Or
leans. amu rules as to K:lnetou
THE USUAL RESULT.
It ii not to bo denied tlmt a good sewing
machine is ono of the mnt important up
purtenucces of the medern household.
We thought we hid a good machine un
til ono duy the ngent of the New Iloine
presented himself nt our door aud proceed
ed to deliver an oration upon its character
"Rut," wo answered, "our machine suits
us well and we do not care for another."
The ayent, however, begged tho privilege
of leaving one of his machines with us, "for
the ladies to try."
The request was not unrensanablc, so we
granted it but more to oblige the agent
than anything else; for we really did not
want the machine, and had net the remotest
idea of buying it.
The much i no once in tho house, it was
natural that tho ladies should lotk it over;
they did so, and as a const quence tell io
lore with it. They say that without the
slightest wish to decry or disparage any
other machine, this, all things considered,
is, in their opinion, the most desirable one
to be had.
This unrivalled machine is manufactured
by the NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE
CO., 30 Union Square, New York, who wish
U9 to say that all who will send for their
new illustrated catalogue and enclose their
advertisement (printed on another pge),
will receive a set of fancv advertising nov
elties, of value to those collecting cards, &c.
of tho blood by-reason of obstructive acid
in the system is the recognized cause of
rheumatic pain and inflammation. Resolve
this acid and a cure is affected. Athlopho
ros is the only known agent which speedily
destroys the blood-poison, and sends a
healthy current into the diseased parts.
Says J. C. Hinder, of Burlington, Wis.: "I
regard Athlophoros as the most wonderful
medicl discovery of the egc. It cured me
of rheumatism and others to whom I recom
mended it. It is an invaluable specific."
J3TTerfiJt'tion, The Scarlet, Cardinal
Red, Old Gold, Navy Blue, Seal Brown,
Diamond Dyes give perfect results. Any
fashionable color, 10c., at druggists. Wells,
Richardson & Co., Burlington, Vt.
A Lawyer's Opinion of Interest to all.
J. A. Tawney, E?q., a leading attorney
of Winona, Minn., writes: "After using it
for more than three years, I take great
p'casure in sating that I regard Dr. King's
?sew Discovery for consumption, as the
best remedy in the world for coughs and
colds. It has never failed to cure the mo."t
severe colds I have had, and invariably re
lieves tho pain in the chest."
Trial bottles ot this sura cure tor all
throat and lung diseases may bo bad free
at Barclay Bres' drug store. Large Bize,
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at ni-'ht and b'';ken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of tutting teeth? If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins-
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor littlo sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistako about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhoea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins-
low 8 Soothing Syrup lor Children leetlung
is pleasant to the taste, and is tho prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
nurses and physicians in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
A Fair Offer.
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.
offer to send Dr, Dye's Voltaic Belt and
Applicances on trial, tor thirty days, to
men, old or young, afllicted with nervous
debility, lost vitality and kindred troubles.
See advertisement in this paper.
If you suffer with Sick Headache, Con
stipation, Sour Stomach, or Bilious attacks,
Emory's Little Cathartic Pills will re
lieve you. 15 cents. (J)
ARKANSAS AND TEXAS.
Alonff the lice of tho St. Louis. Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pncifta Railwav and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands of
acres of the choicest farming and grazing
lands in the world, ranging in price from
2.00 to 300 and $4.00 Der acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Bend your ad
dress to the undersigned lor a copy oi sta
tistics of crons raised in Arkansas and Texas,
in 1882, and makeup your mind to go and
BPB for vourse It when vou learn tnat tuc crop
for 1883 is 00 per cent larger than mat oi
1SS2. To tnose nurc lasimr iana owneu dv
rim Comnanv. and navinir one-fourth, ono-
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed for money paid for tickets or freight
over tho Companies lines.
H. C. Townsend, Gen'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
Henry's Carbolic Salve.
Tne nesi saivn nsou mine worm lorv-um, nraiM.
Piles, Sores, Ulcers, Halt Rheum, Tetter, Chapped
TUniln. Chilblains. Corr.s. and all kind ol Skin
Brnpilon. Freckles and Pimples. The salve is
enaranteeu io give periuci sansiarimn w every
case. Be sure yon got HENRY'S CARBOLIC
HALVE, as all others are but Imitations aud
Dr. Green's Oxs'pcnateJ Bitters
U the oldest and best, romedv for DvntioDslft
Biliousness, Malaria. Indigestion, all disorders of
the stomach and diseases ti.dicaiing an impure
condition of the Wood, Kidneys and Liver.
DTJRNO'S CATARim SNUFF cures Catarrh
and all aflections or tne mucous membrane.
Denton's Balsam enrol Colds, Conehs, Rheuma
tism, Kidney Troubles, etc. Can be used exter
nally a plaster.
OFFICE:-No. 78 Ohio
rjUIE CITY NATIOxNAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Rankin? rusinesu
TITOS. W. HALMllAV
JNTERPRiSE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS HAN K.
TH03. AV. If ATiailVV ,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
CAIRO. I Li LS.
F. BROSS, President. I P. N r;PF, Vice Prc-'M
1J. WELLS, Ciehler. T. J. Kerth, Ass't ca-.'i
F. Bros Ca!ro I Wi'llam Kline. .Cvrc
Peter Neir " Wiilii'ii Wnli.... '
C. M Oeterloh " I C. I. I'u'iur "
E.A. Buder " I H. Well '
J. V. C'ltmson, Caledonia.;
A GEXERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE.
Exchange eold and bon.'ht. Int-rift p..M ii
the Savtiiiis Department. Colli'c'ions inaj- uuC
all business promptly attended to.
The Rcgnlar Cairo & Taducah Daily
Str. GUS FOWLER.
IIENUY E. TAYLOR, Master.
OEOliOK JOBEa, Clerk.
Leaves P.dncah TorClro dally Sundays except
ed) at 8 a. in., and Mound Cltv at 1 p. m. Hemm
ing, leaves Cairo at 4 p.m. ; Mound City at 5 p.m.
Nashville, Taducali & Cairo U. S. Mail
For Padncnh, Smlthlanrt, nyershnri;, Eddyvlllo.
Canton, Dover, Clarksville and Nashville,
B. S. RHEA.
J. S. TTNER Master.
GEO. JOBES Clera.
Leaves every Monday morning at 10 o'clock a.m.
aaa AV. H. CHERPtY.
WM. 8TR0NR Muster.
FELIi UIUSIV ..............Clurk.
L aves every Fr'day morning a 10 o'clocV, mak
!ns close connections at Nashville with the L. &
T) . K. R. and N. C. K. It. for all points south,
with the Upper Cumberland Packet Co., for all
points for the Upper Cumberland. For frciuht or
passage, epply on board or to W. F. Lamudln,
J ol) Printer,
Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
LLINOLS CENTRAL 11 R
Shortest and Quickest Route
Si. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv lino llurmint?
O DAILY TRAINS
Making Dikkct Connkotion
I ni"is Lnvi Caiio:
'J:0." :i ni. Mftil,
Arrivliii' In M. Louis : a.m. ; fliitso, ;30 p.m. ;
Conuei.-iinif i t Odin and Kfliniriiam for f'!DC:ii
tint I, Louisville, ludian&pjlis unu points Cist.
) in. P'ast St. I.ouie nnd
Arriving In St Louis fi:l") p. m.,aad connectlne
for nil points
:j:-15 . m. I;,;ist Kxpress.
For St Loiils ani f'hlraijo, arriving at St. Louis
h:S, p. m . smi Chicago T a. in.
M:4. j. m Cinoiniiati Kxprens,
Arriving at Cincinnati T:'') a. m. ; Louisville 6:55
a. m.; 1 n d ! ni. h i(: I 4 a m. 1'as-ei.gers by
this t ram reach the ahve points io 3tJ
UOUIts in advance of any oilier route.
tfrV.m 3:.Vi p. m. express has PULLMAN
SuKEl'lNii CAlt from Calrotr, Cincinnati, with
out changes, and through sleepers to St. Louis
Fast Time Eant.
P-lfH (TM'U y'l ,ni "nc gothrongh to East.
1 (l.lLIIt em points without any delay
ae.sed by Hunday iiiterveiiiii. The Saturday after
limn train from C airo arrives In new York Monday
norni'ig at l'i::i5. Thirty-six hours in advance ol
bv oll.er route.
YTFir throtith tickets and further Information
lpiyat Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
J. II. JONES, Ticket Agent.
A. n. HANSON. Oen. Pass. Agent. Chicago
R R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
Tra.cs Depart. Trains Arrive.
C. ST. L. & N. o. n. it. (Jackson route).
tMall :ir, a.m. I tMbH .....4:30p.m.
tExpress ....... 10 :ua.m. I Kipreis ....10:20a.m.
lAccum 3:5i) p.m.
st, L. & c n. K. (Xarrow-csupe).
Express ..8:00a in. I Express 1:15 a. in.
1.x A . Miii).. . ii:i.i am. Ex. Mail. ..4:10 p m.
Accom U:i'5p.m. Accom 2:uu p.m.
ST. L. A I. M. It. U.
tExpress 10:30 p.m. tExtrecs.....2:30 p.m.
w., ft. l. ft r. ii. n.
Mall Ex 4:(0a.m. 'Mail A Ex.. 9.30p.m.
Accom 4 :f) p.m. 'Accom ,....I0::;0 a.m.
Freight 1:45 a.m. Freight 6:45 p.m.
MdJIII.E & OHIO R. R.
Mull 5:55a.m. Mail 9:10p.ra.
Daily except Suniay. t Dallv.
AND DEPARTURE OF MATLS.
Arr at I Dep're
P. O. I'm PC
I. C. R. R.(throngh lock mail). 5 a. m
" " " ..11:10a. m 3p. ro.
" (way mall)... 4 .30 p.m. 9 p. m.
" (Sonthern Dlv 5 p. m. flp. m.
Iron Mountain R. R i!:8op.m. 9 p. m
Wabash It. R m p. m. 9 p. m.
Texas 4 St. Louis K. K 7 p. ra. 6 a. m.
Kt.LonisACulroK.lt 5p. m. 9:.W am
Ohio River '1 p. m. 4 p.m.
Mins lliver arrives Wed., Sat. & Mon.
" departs Wed., Frl. & Hnn.
P O. ger del. op n from 7:30 am to":33 pm
P.O. box del. ot'tn from Ca. m. to 9 p. m.
Sundays get. del. open from.. ..8a. m. to 10 a. m.
Sundavs box del. open from. ...6a. m. to 10:30am
tryNOTK. Chang'-s will bo published from
time to tlmn In city piipers. Change your cards acj
cordiu'ly, WM. 31. MURPUY. P. M
P.M.T P.IIF.t'M, ECZEMA. fCIifil'l'LA, SCALD
Head, Ervlpiln, Teller, Hives, Ikiii.I rulV, llarber'S
In Ii, rimplin, Mlnu', Carbuncles. I'liint I'oisoning
nuil rolsontil Wmnull, Itingivoi'iu, teuilljuru, aud
all dimweHof the .-kin.
For Piles, Wounds, Cuts, Fleers or Pores, no
romedv is so prompt In soothing and healing as
l'upillun 8kln Cure. It doea uot sniurt or burn.
Itircctloiu in itn language accompany tvtry bottle.
NASAL CATAItRiT, ACUTE or CnnftNTC COLD
iu the Bead, Kose. Cold, Bronchial Catarrh aud
Cleanses the nostrils, permits natural breathing,
ami prevent" IncriiiliitlmH, simlllesniid stieeiiim.
It fsiisperilb i'iiic liir Cold In the EeaU-wliich
Is caused by suililen cholines lu the atmosphere.
Direction) in rtn tangtiagrt accompany every bottle,
PAPILLON MFC. CO., CHICAGO.
FOIl BALE 7 ALL DBDOOI8T8.
For Sale by
PAUL G. SCHUH.
Snecial Acts, in this oitv.