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TIIE DAILY- CAIRO. BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING MARCH 22, 1884.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbaao, Backache, Headache, Toothache,
More Thronl. Nnrlllnir. N,.rnln, llrulsc..
Hums. ll. Fi-.nl Uilem,
1KD AIL U1HKK IHIIlll.V ."Ala AMI AlHFJl.
Sold ij lirutjllll ml Holer. frrwh. WtJ I Mil. liolU.,
ljrriifttiilli II L.u.'iail..
the. -ihki.k a. vow i i.ntro.
ftliniMioii u A. ouixau t CO.) fruilmgr, ail., C. B. a.
The Want of a Reliable Diuretic
which, white acting a a stimulant of thn kidueys,
neither eKCtles uor Irritates luetn was loug sm-o
supplied by Ho-tcttcr's Stomach Hitters. This
fine medicine exerts the rcqiintn degree of stim
ulation upon theso otguns, without producing
irritation and la, therefore, tar better adapted for
tho purposo than unmedicnted ex itunti often re
stored to. Dyspepsia, lever and ajjue and kindred
dlseaset are cured lv it.
For sale by all druggists and dealers generally
r Cjf INEVEK ouTOF ORDER.
f 30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK.
&o oAWV UAv
ILL. v MASS. CA.
TOR SALE BY
II. Steagala & Co., Cairo, 111.
617 St. Charles St., ST. LOUIS, MO,
A. rseulnr Ormlitntc fif two medical
colleges, lias been loiiviT ouitaged In the treat
fnent of Chronic, Nervous, Kltin nixl
lilorv! Dlst-a-es than nnv ntliiT physician In
M. Louts, as city papers show am! nil old resi
dents know. Consultation at otliee or bv mull,
free and Invited. A tricndlv talk or h Is opinion
costs nothing. When It I- iiieonvi nlont toy Wit
the city for treatment, in. illclnce call lie sent
by mall or express tverv where. Curable ri
guaranteed : where doubt exists U is frankly
tut'd. Call or Write,
XfryonjProntratlnn, Pslilll t T. Wfnlal and
lhfirkl M'eaV ncss, Mereurla) and other
ggfttonaof Throat, W.lnnd Botien, lllood
lyparltlm and Blond Poisoning, Kkln After-
Von,01l Horn and llcsr, Impfdlmenta to
M lamatlsni, Plle. Special at;
?jj!LlL"rtrnm over-worked brain.
gl'BBIf 41, CASmfire,pef lal attention.
PUeases wWniMromJinprudweii, Fxeeisf,
Indulgencei or Ixponuret.
H if Bdf.evldi-nt that a vl si. uin n-.vinir
rirti-'iilar attention to a tla "t Si?.,
Kat skill, and physlrlans In rey.Ua, tlcB
all OT.-r the country knowlnu this. iri,,m',,tiS
recnmnieml casts to the oldest otliee In Ann rt.
ca, where every known BH.llame l ri sortr l
to. and the iroveil yrvoil i-..uii'il i. - Bu
aie and eountrles are us. d, A hol house H
tiled for orttce ,urioes, and all are treated with
skill In a resiciful nianin r; and, knowing
what todo. iiueerliofiitsare made, (m a. ,
count of the (frem nun,lr apiilvlnt;. the
charges are kept low. oiten w, r than Is l
tnauued ly others. If joimcure the skill and
ret aspeedr and ierf, el lite cure. Hint Is the
mportant matter. I'aijililet, it, i.anei. beut
to any addre.i free.
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Wfiltts in Holt'' IlotifT.
Ono of tint first tliiri";s I uotiecd upon
Itiiuling in Iloti; Koiier was tho tli.ssi
):ition which is always going on. At
first I thought Bomo uolubrtition must
be in lirogress, but uiion nmkiut in-
fquirics I was ussurod Hint this was uot
"It is always so," said an American
citizen. ''Every day a certain number
of sailors nro allowed to come ou shore,
and they avail thtunsolves fully of this
privilege. As thero are somo two
thousand of these sailors at present on
board tho men-of-war in Hong Konnf
harbor, this city is quite lively most of
tho time. It is tho men aboard these
war-ships who get tho wildest, for tho
enforced idleness of their life breeds
recklessness when once they get a
sliore. ' '
These sailors are beardless young
fellows for tho most part, and though
they havo a swaggering and tyranni
cal mien, I should not think that they
would impress the Chinese ns very for
midable. Walking about tho streets
last evening in company with a citi
zen, I saw literally hundreds of theso
sailors, crowding tho saloons so thick
that you could not see tho counter.
Outside of tho saloon the street would
bo packed with rickishas, for a sailor
gravitates toward a rickisha the lirst
thing upon coming ashore, llo docs
not have to gravitate far, for tho Chi
nese runners almost attempt tho peril
ous feat of walking on tho water in
their eagerness to meet tho sailors half
Soon after landing tho sailors gravi
tate toward a saloon, and, numbers
breeding reckless jollity, it is not long
beforo they cease to bo free moral
agents. Then they curso and beat
their riekisha men, anil ride about
with scarce any cognizaneo of whither
Ihey are being carried. As I havo al
ready intimated, I urn implacably op
posed to tho Chinese; yet my indigna
tion was kindled in their behalf at lirst
when 1 witnessed tho brutality with
which they are treated by theso sailors.
But my commiseration was all dissipa
ted when my friend said:
"Don't pity them. John Chinaman
is under now, but ho will bo on tho top
pretty soon. Wait till the sailors get
stupidly drunk, anil they will be ig
noininiously dumped out by tho way
side, while these long-sufl'ering 'heatli
cn Chinese' will proceed complacently
to go through their pockets. Don't
misplaeo your pity."
"Don't the Lnglish make any effort
lo check this evil?"
"O no, it is so common that they
don't euro to interfere. Oneo in a
while, when a man gets to smashing
things too generally and endangering
people's lives, he will bo locked up un
til lie rets sober. Drrt so long as they
only injure themselves, no matter if
they do break tho peace, nothing is
done about it."
I notice that very frequently, almost
always, the sailors will givo tho order,
"Go to tho Temperance hall," when
they arc well uudcr "tho inllucnee,"
and thero sleep off their booze, liy tho
way, curious though the statement
may seem, tho manager of tho Hong
Kong institution is getting to bo a con
tinued sot. Ho has been inebriated
now for a full week. Tho moral sen
timent that will tolerate such a thing
Despite all tho abuses to which they
nro subjected, however, these temper
ance halls of the Orient are institutions,
and really do a great deal of good.
They may be found in Shanghai, Hong
Kong, Sinirapore, Madras, Bombay,
Calcutta, Yokohama, Kobe, and, for
aught 1 know, in all tho cities of tho
far east. For $1,25 a day sailors and
travelers who want to economizo aro
entertained in first-class style, and at
the end of the year tho citizens mako
up the deficit iu the running expenses.
Cur. At (0 Orleans Times-Democrat.
Gen. Scott's Autograph.
A lady passing the season hero was
very anxious to'get Gen. Scott's auto
graph. He was very busy and she found
her task very dillicult. One day tho
happy Ihoucht struck her that her
pretty little KJ-year-old daughter might
bo abie in this ease to do what sho her
self could not. So she sent the charm-in-
little girl to the general's oflieo
wilh the autograph album. Tho order
ly told her she could not seo the busy
general. She would not bo denied. Sho
would wait, sho said. At tho end of
half an hour the orderly took her re
quest to tho adjutant. Tho latter ad
mitted her, but told her she could not
possibly see the general. Sho said sho
must. At last tho adjutant showed her
the door leading to Gen. Seolt's office,
and told her she could go iu if sho
dared. Taking him at his word, sho
marched right "in. This is her descrip
tion of the call given at tho time: "I
was afraid at lirst when ho looked up;
but as soon as he saw it was only mo
he said right pleasantly: 'Well, littlo
girl, what do you want?' And I told
him my ma wanted him to write his
name in her book; nndhe looked sharp
at me and then smiled a little bit, aud
then ho iisked mo who my ma was,
and J told him, and I told him my pa
was in tlie itrmy, and my nia was all
alone with ni and then ho just kissed
inv cheek and wrote in ma's book, said
'li'ind morning' to inc. and I came out,
and nobody didn't hurt mo at all."
This is what he wrote: "Treason is tho
pr-eatest crime Winlield Scott."
WasUinytoiiVvr. Via a. Hcrord.
A San Antonio man has an old Mex
ican dollar, triangular in shape, com
posed of lead ami silver, beaivii" tho
date of 17tvS. It was found near Lare
do four years ago.
A Sell on Vnnili-rlillr.
Mr. VandiTbilt was tho victin, of a
sell t ho other day, and lias been trying
his best lo keep the mailer out of tho
papers Vanderbdt's palace on F.ftli
avenuo is famous, and everybody who
comes to New York is, of course, crazy
to seo it. Tho other day ihreo well
dressed young men walked boldly up
to the magnilieent vestibule of llto'Fifth
avenue entrance and ringing, asked for
"Wnat is your business?" demanded
tho lackey who answered tho bell.
"This will explain," and the leader
of tho trio drew forth a nolo which ran
something after this fashion:
Mr. Vti'iderl 1)1: Three traveler from tho
Fur Wert, unwillintr to return to their distant
Itonio wit limit si'einjr tltu inoct noted rt (rnl
lety of Anii'i leu. lo,r iei iiil--8lon lo iriiineo
tlirouifh youi' tol eetion. Your irnllt-ry is so
liir nipcrior anil iliinbtless so ilitl' rent from
miylhliiir In Atistni.lu, wo trust this iuvor
nmy be grunted.
The servant disappeared with this
missive, reappearing in a few minutes
with tho announcement that Mr. Vnn
derbilt was at lunch, but that if tho
gentlemen would wait, they could go
through tho gallery, and that Mr. Van
derbilt himself (astonishing condescen
sion!) would like to seo them. Of
course tho gentlemen waited, and a
quarter of an hour later tho millionaire
appeared, his visitors' nolo still in his
hand aud his toothpick still in his
"So you havo como from tho anti
podes? Well, gentlemen, I shall bo
glad to accord you tho privilege you
ask. There aro thousands of visitors
bothering mo about this art gallery of
mine, but it is not often I am troubled
with callers from Australia."
The three callers acknowledged this
courteous remark with thankful smiles
and all proceeded together through
tho magnilieent collection of paintiugs.
From time to time Mr. Vandorbilt pro
pounded various questions as to Aus
tralia, its millionaires, art collections,
government, society, etc., all of which
the young men answered with in
telligence and without tho least hesi
tation. Things progressed thus very
pleasantly until finally, just as they
were taking their leave, Mr. Vander
"When did you leave Australia?"
"Australia?" echoed ono of tho three
in a guileless tone, "why, wo were nev
er in Australia in our lives wo como
from Jersey City."
They say Vandorbilt fainted; ho
must have, else it would bo hard to be
lievo those young men escaped with
their lives. After all, what had they
done? In comparison with Persia, or
even Europe, Jersey City is certainly
"Far West," and as for that allusion
to Australia in their note, has not ono
a right to institute any comnarisou ono
pleases? This is without" doubt tho
common senso view to tako of it, yet
Vandorbilt felt so muffed ho yesterday
refused to buy an atlas because tho
map of Australia was not left out. Ar.
r. Letter to Louisville Courier-Jour mil.
Miss Ayer's Money anil Dresses.
Miss Ayer possesses a fortune of $10,
000,000 and is ono of the greatest heir
esses in New York City. She is a littlo
abovo tho medium height, and her
figure is quito graceful. Her skin is
cream whito and her eyes aro gray, tho
eyebrows being arched. Her hair,
which is of dark brown, is banged and
coiled at tho back. 'Tho hands aro ex
ceedingly pretty. Her accomplish
ments aro many. " Miss Aver's life is
repleto witli romance. Whilo travel
ing abroad Prince I'hillipo, of Bourbon,
formed her acquaintance and fell mad
ly in love, llo sought her hand in
marriage, was refused, and as a result
entered an insano asylum, where ho
was confined for somo time. Among
numerous other counts, lords, and'
dukes who have been suitors for her
hand was Couut Bettini. llo called on
her ono evening, proposed, was reject
ed, and shot himself in tho vestibule of
her house. After a long and danger
ous illness ho recovered and is now
nursing hi3 shattered heart in sunny
Lieutenant commander Pierson is a
tall, handsome ollicer and is very pop
ular in tho navy.
Miss Ayer's trousseau is of unusual
magnificence, the greater portion of
her costumes being direct from Worth
and Pingat. Some of the simplcrones,
however, were made in this city. Ono
dress, designed for the evening, is of
ivory silk, with tho train cn bouffant.
Tho Watteau plait extends to tho end of
tho train, and is of white brocaded vel
vet. 'The front is of whito satin, heav
ily embroidered wilh seed pearls, and
veiled wilh a tablier of old point lace.
The corsage is cut square and veiled
with point lace, nestling in the folds of
which is a "splash" of pearls. Tho
sleeves extend to tho elbow and nro
edged with point lace. j
Ono of tho dinner costumes is of ruby
velvet, with the front of embossed vel
vet a shado darker. It is made en
piineesse, with high corsage. About
tho edge of t ho train is a full n qmllo
ruche lined wilh pouit do soio. A rar
land of crushed roses extends from llio
waist to the table of the train, ending
in a large bouquet. A tablier of Poiiit
do Venice lace covers tho front.
A reception costume is of satin tho
color of a maiden's blush, with trim
mings of duehesse lace. The- paniers,
of tho s.imo material, are draped also
with smaller lace. The costume is en
prineesse, with a Watteau back. Tho
sides are paneled with point btee. Tno
front of this magnilieent dress is of
silk in upright plait, veiled with dueh
esse lace. The neck is cut in a deep V
edgeil with exquisite duehesse lace.
The sleeves aro full length aud slashed
with point lace. A walking dress of
brown velvet, wilh fur trimmings, is of
extreme beauty. N. Y. World.
How to I'.nl Angleworms.
Tiie caterer of the Iehthvoplngnns
club, Tiiotnas J. Murray, cooks angle
worms, eats them, and calls them de
licious. Ho feeds them for a few days
on milk. 'The worms grow fatter, la"r
gor, and lighter in color, besides rid
ding themselves of earth and sand.
Next, ho dusts them wilh flour, and
drops thorn into a pan of boiling oil or
fat. lie-sult a worm beautifully crisped
and no bones in the way, served with
drawn butter containing a little, lemon
juice ami Worcestershire sauce. Any
man can eat them, he says, "provided
he has no weak-minded prejudices in
tho matter." Dufilo Er press.
II U M 0 11 S,
Helling ami Burn
ing Tortures, Hu
miliating Ei up-
tions, such as
SALT KllKl'M or I'c.cina, IWlusI, Scnlil Heart,
Infantile or III rt li Humors, nml every foimof
ItchiiiK, .Scaly, I'itiil ly, Kerofiiious, Inherited. Con
lau'ious.atitl Copper-colored (Incases of 'liu lllood,
Skill, and Sunn, wilh Loss of Hair, utu positively
cured by the l l Tirt ItA I kmkiiikh.
I't TK i ha liKsoi.VBXT. tho uw blood pu titer,
c eauset the hlooil and perspl'inloii of lnpiirlt cm
and poisonous elements, aud thus leuunus the
(Ttio.ua. tint great .skin Cure, Instantly alay i
ItrliliiK and lullaiuuiution, clours tlio Skin and
Scalp, lioals 1'lcers and Soros and rest ore ihe hair.
Cltii'I'Iia Soap, an excellent rskin Iteuinillur and
Toilet l( qiilsite, prepared from Citllt urn is ludis
I ensable iu treating Skin DNeiisus, H:iby II imore,
Skin Hltmiaho'. Umnih, Clupi ed orUlly Skin.
CuiteettA Hkmkiiiks are alisoullelv pure, and tho
only real lllood I'urillers end Skin fieuutlllets, fren
from mu cury, arsuLlc, load, zinc, or uny other
mitio'ul or vojetiiblu poison vhatsoevor.
It wuri.ii require t' is entire paper to do justice
to a description of the cures pet formed hy the Cuti
cuta Insolvent internally, and C'ntlcura and Cu i
cura liesolveni 1 lit- rually, and Culiciiia 'ind Cull
ciira Soap externally.
I'Vkkma ul lliu palms ol tho hands and of the ends
of the lingers,, very difficult to treat and usUilly
considered Itioeable: small patches of te ter and
salt rheum of the ears, nose, and sides of the fac ,
Sc.M.iiii) Ukaus w ill loss of Hair Nv'thoiiFniini
ber, heads covurod with dandruff acd scaly erup
lio's, especially of children and infiiits, in uny of
which s tire birth had been n tna"s of scabs;
hvtiiso, burning and scaly tortures that bailled
even relief from ordiuury remedies, soothed and
healed as oy niair.c;
I'tfoiiiAHtH. I.rprnxy, andjolher frightful fnt!isof
skin ilisenses, scrofulous nl' ers, old son s, and dis
charging wounds, each and all of wliic'i have been
epeedtlv, permanently and economically cti:e I by
the Cinii tira Kennedies
Sold everywhere. I'rlco: Cullettra. M) cents; !
solvent, 1 id; S an, S5n"nts. I'oitkii Dni o and
C'iibmu ai. Co., Jioston, Mass.
Send for "How lo Cttro Skin Diseases. "
COMPLETE TREATMENT $1
A single dose of Sunford s lladicul Cure instantly
relieves the must violent Snec'ititf or Head Cold-,
clears the Head ns by magic, stops watery ills
charge f'om thv Nose and Kyes, prevents liingjni'
Noies in the Head, euros Nervoil- Headache, Mid
subdues Chills and Fever. In Chronic Catarrh It
cleanses thu nasal pnss iues of foul mucus, restores
the sen is of smell, taste, and henritig wlieu af
fected, frees the head, throat, aud bronchial
tubes of offensive matter, sweetens and unties
tiie breath, stons the coujh and arrests the pro
gress ol Catarrh towards Consumption.
One hot lie Itadlcal Cure, one hot Cat rrhiil Sol
vent and Sauford's I h iler, a 1 in one p ckaue, of
all driii-gists fnr ?l. Ask lor Sanfoiiii s Kadicai,
(TllS. 1'oTTKK t)ls4 0 ANhCllKM Co.,IlliStoU
Collin's Voltaic hlectrie Pias
ter inst-iytly affects the Nerv
ous System and hmlhcs
I'aln. A po'fect Electric Hat-
,ur. ..,. l.l.i..,l ...1,1. u 11........
IS THE CBt V, aster for s!" cents, tt annl
ot a lates Pain, vitalizes Weak and
SUFFERIN8 NERVE Worn Out Parts, strengthens
Tueu .Mureles, prevents D'seise, at.d does mote in
one-hall the time than any other plaster in the
world. Sold everywhere.
PM.T r.HKCM, F.CZKMA, Sl'ltnFC I.A, SCAI.D
lleail. Kryslpelus, '1'etler, Hives, liainlnitl', llarlier's
Itch, l'inipLcs, Slim;, Carbuncles, l liinl I'oisoninv
nml Poisoned Wouruls, Itingworin, Sunburn, and
all diseases nf the skin.
For Piles, Woiimls, Cuts, fleers or Soips, no
remedy is so prompt In soothiuii und bealinii as
l'upillou Skin Cure. It does nut smart ur burn.
Virtciiuns in ten language) accompany every Wilt.
NASA I, CATARRH, ACTTE or CHRONIC COI.D
ia the ileail, Itose Cold, liruiicliial Catarrh and
Cleanses the nostrils, permits natural breathing,
and prevents incrustations, snulllcs and sneeini,'.
Il isaspei lliccuic for Cold In the Head which
ia caused by sudden changes in Ihe atmosphere.
lHrtxtiws in ten linnjuagfs accwwjMTij) every tvttle.
PAPILLON MFC. CO., CHICAGO.
FOB BALE LY ALL ERUGOIETS.
For Sale bv
PAUL G. SCIIUII,
Special Auts. in this citv
85 S. Clark St., Opp. Court House CHICAGO.
A repilaruradnato. BYJrTheOldet Specialist
in the United States, wboau i.tm i.uno kxi kiiiknck,
perfect method and pure medicine jure ai'KKlY
and 1'KU.manknt CfliF.s of all l'rivat". ( .bronic and
Nervous Diseases. A Iter! inns of the Jtlood, Kkln,
Kidneys. Illudder, l'.rtitloii, I leers. Old
Mores, NwellliiK of (lie Ulanils, siore Jllotilli,
Throat. Hone 1'iiliia, pcruinnently cured and
eradicated i roui tho system for lilo.
lICDUniiC IM'ilitiJ. Imjiofs)iri..SVm,iiaI
II kltS UU W LossH,!iejcifil lhray, Mintal
anil l'hyaival 11'raUnvM, l'ttUluif Memory,
IfVrtfc J."'i, Stunted Development, Impedi
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cause, tprettUij, wifely and prieutely Cured.
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who need medical skill aud cxiiei'lcnce.cnnuult
Pr.Itate atonco. Hisopitiion cum nothing, and may
save futuro misery and sbaino. When inconvenient
to visit tho city tor treatment, medicines can be sent
everywhere by mail or express free from oliser
vutloii. 9It is self-evident that a physician who
give his whole Attention to a class fit diseases n.
tulna irrcnl skill, and physicians t'iroiiiihoiit the
country, knowing this, fre.iuent I v recommend dillicult
cases to tho Oldest sieelnllt, bv whom every
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Cotniuorcial Avi'inii1 ami Kiiflitli strut
OA 1 1 to. ir.LS.
F. BItOSS, President. I P. Nc'I'K. Vic I1- - :.t
II. WELI.S, C.isbier. T. J. Herlh, A-s': i-nsl
F. Bross .. Cu'ro I Wl'liam K'nuc. Cain
Peter Netl " Willi on W-'l....
C. M OsterloU " I C. (). I'atier "
E. A. Under " II. Wells '
J. Y. Clem'on, Caledotiin.
A GEN EISA ?. HAN K ING IifIN EnS flnNR.
Exchaugo rold andhou?ht. Interest pild ii
the Savings Department. CoHtciiotis made ar.;i
all business pro'optly attended to.
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The Eegnlar Cairo & Paducali Daily
Str. GUS FOWLER.
IIRNTtY E. TAYLOR, Master.
UEOUOE JOBEs, Clerk.
Leaves Pdueah for Cairo dally (Sundays clcept
cd) at 8 a. m., nnd Mound Citv at 1 p. m. Ketnrn
Inx, leaves Cairo at 4 p.m. ; Mound City at 5 p.m.
Nashville, Taducah & Cairo U. S. Hail
For Paducah, Smith'nnd, Dyirshtire, Kddyvillc,
Canton, Dover, Clarksviile and Nashville,
!. 8. RHEA.
J . S. TYSRIt Master.
UEO. JOBES clem.
Leaves every Monday morntnj at 10 o'clock a.m.
W. H. CIIEBItY.
WM. ST HON f
tULIX. U HASTY.
L avce every Fr' day inornlnir at Id o'clocir, mak
ing close connections at Nashville wilh tho I,. &
N. H. 11. and N. C H. It. for all points south,
with Ihe Upper Cutnb' rland Packet Co., for all
points for the I'pper Cumberland. For freight or
passage, epply on board or to W. F. Iiambdin,
flour, grai:t and
Egyptian Flouring JI i! I p
Hihcdt Cash Price Paid lor Wheat.
(LLiNOlK CENTRAL R. R
S's.rtest and Quickest Rmite
i, Lou3 011(1 Hfovixgo.
v DAILY TIlAIjys
' jf 1 1
v nun Cairo,
a kino J.Mijkc'T Connection
'i.ai: : Lxav z Caipo:
l;00 u in. Mail,
:r.i; m St Louis 0 4ia.m.; Cl icauo, s:3) p.m.!
' -. i -1 1 nt iiilri ai,.j Ktl'.nirnam for Clnciu
rati. Lotui-yiile, Iiidianapidta and point! Kist.
1':!J." p. m. P'.ist r-t. Louis itnd
I'BtH ii Kxiu-ckh.
ArrKInK In Pt l.onls 6:-! p.tn.,aad conncctloir
for ail points eel.
:i:4 p in. Kant Kxproaa.
For St. I.ouia an-l Chlcaco. arriy'.uir at St. Loula
10:. p. in., and Chicago 7:io a. in.
.'J -15 p.m Cincinnati Kipwa.
Arrlvina at Cincinnati T:i 0 a. m. : Louisville 6:5S
a. ni J ludiatiapo.ls 4 t a m. Paa-eLgers hy
this Ira n reach the ah vo points 1 to 30
HoL'lts in advance of any other route.
T!,e 3:Vl p. m. cxnress ha PULLMAN
Sue. KPI.N'J CAlt from Cairo to Cincinnati, with'
out change, and tli'.uh eieepera tj St. Loula
I' tist Time Knst.
I'll's'.Cll 'r'CI'V h "" Kulhrou;h to F.an.
i ii.rn.iit.is mi points without any delay
"Afcscd by Sunday Intervening. The Saturday after
loon tra. ii from Cairo arrives In new York Monday
norniug at 10:35. Thirty-six hoars in adv&nceof
n other route,
HfFur thror.fh tickets arl further tnfurniatlon
ppiT at Illinois Central Kailrcad Depot, Calp).
I. II. JOT.'KS, Timet Agent.
Ii. I1ANHON. Gen. Pa. Agent, (.hlisiro
K H. TIME CAUI) AT CAIRO.
Tra. ns Depart. Trains Arrive,
c. 8T. l. n. o. n. it. (Jackson routit).
tMail 4:45a.m. ItVail ,...4::(t)p.m.
tExpress 10 )i.m. Kiprtss . . . . 10: a.m.
i Accnin :):50 p.m. I
tT. L. & c. n. it. (Narrow-Knue).
Expr-ss 8:()a m. Express lMla.ri
K. 4 Mail ...item a m. Ex. Mall...4:10p m.
Accom l:ifD.m. Accom 2:H) p.m.
rr. l. & i. m. k. it.
tExpress 10:,l0p.m. tExuress 2:30 p.m.
W., hT. I & P. R. n.
Mall & Kx 4:t0km. I '.Mall Jfc Ex.. 9.30p.m.
' Accotn 4:) p.m. 'Accom 10:30 a.m.
rrci"hl ': a.m. Freight ti:4S p.m.
Mi 'H1LK & OHIO It. K.
Mail 5:.Vn.m. Mall 8:10p.m,
Daily except Sucday. t Dally.
MtKIVAL AND DEPAItTURH OF MAILS.
I I'm PC
9 p. m.
9 p. m
9 p. m.
6 a. m.
4 p. m.
i. c. u. K.(ti.rough lock mail). 5 a. m.
" (way mall) 4 30p.m.
" (Southern Dly 5 p. m.
Iron Mountain K. K i!:3"p.m.
Waliash R. 1( in p. m.
Texas St. Loirs it. It 7 p. m.
St. Louis & c.ilro K. K 5 p. m.
Ohio Liver. p. m.
Miss Liver arrives Wed.. Sat. Mon.
" departs Wed., Frl. & Sun.
P O. gen del. op n from 7:30 am to7:30 pm
P.O. box del. o, lp from 6 a.m. to 9 p. m.
Sundays gen. del. open from. ...8 a. m. to 10 a.m.
Sundays box del. open from. ...6 a. m. to 10:30am
tyjr.NOTE.-Chaugi s will he published from
tune to time In city papers. Chanue vour cards aci
WM. M. MUHPHY. P. M
C-lAIKO BAPTIST. -Cornor Tenth and Popla
J streets; preaching every Sun Jay morning and
nii bt At ii--ua1 honrd Pr.vpr wm,.iim. H'oH,..,.
day nliiht ; Sunday school, !::i" a.m.
I TV- I.IM..VT r - .
auv. r. xvur.., i-asior.
pIIUKCH OF TUB KEDEEMKK (Epl.copat
Corrmuniou KUWa. m.. Morning Prayers li a. in.
nunur.y rcnooiap. m., r.-'enir.g 1 r&yers Y.up.m
F. P. I.nvenport, 9. T. D. Hector.
I :ST M !Si-IONAHY BAPTIST CHUKCJI.-
I'r-ai hit.g at 10 30 a. tu.,3 p. m., and 7:30 p. m.
at .belli srbool nt 7:S0 p. m Rev. T. i. Shores,
, Vi.'lI.n.W-Thlitcen'h street; servlLes Sab
. I iith 1 :S'i a. ra. dun lnj school 2 p m. Key.
i 'i. p'.'i . last jr.
J KTlidtuST-CYr. Eighth and rValimt streets,
V. Preaching Sabbath 11:00 a.m. and 7:10 p.m.
"lidav school at l:i)0 p. m. Lev. J. A. Scarrett,
ll;l .-im iCKtAN-Kighth street; preaching on
I Sabbaili r.t 11:00 a. rr,. and 7:30 p, m.; prayer
i ;cei.tia' Wednesday at 7:;Wp. m.; Snnday School
t 3 p. m. Lev li. Y. Ueorjc, pastor.
JT. JOSEPH S -dioman Catholic) Corner Croat
'ind Wnliinl streets; .Misi irery Sunday at
and 1 a.m.; Sunday school at a p. m , and Vesp
ers at 3 p. in. AI hb every morning at 8 a, ra. Key.
C. Sileeuey, pastor.
ST. PATHlCK'S-( Reman Catholic) Corner Ninth
reel snn Wa'hington avonno; Mass every
snnday and 8 and M a. m.: Sunday schoo at 8 p.m.,
and Vespers a 3 p. m. as evo'y morning at 8
p.m. Key. J, Murphy, pastor.
ayor Thomaii. W. Ilallulay.
Treasurer Cnailts F. Nullis.
Clcrk- Dtni Is. J, Koley.
C'nnscbir--H m. U. Oll'hert,
dnrshal L. H. Meyers,
uinrner William Hendricks.
Police Maglstrate-A. Comings,
aiiAun or AbDiimiH
.-"'.rst Wr.rd Wm. McIIalp, Harry Walker
S' rond Ward-.lesse llinkle,(!. N. Unghes.
Third Ward-U. F. Blake, Egbert Smith.
Fourth Ward-Charles O. Patler, Adoipb Swo
fifth Ward Ct.ns. Lancaster, Honry Stout.
Circuit Jndtfo-n. .r. Ilaker.
Circuit (Ilerk-A. II. Irvin.
County Judge J, II. hoblnson.
County Clerk S.J. Uttmm.
Connty Attorney Angus Leek.
County Treasurer Allies W. Parker,
Sherllf John Hodges,
coroner K. Fitzgerald.
County Commissioners T. W. Ilalllilty, J. H'
Mnlcohev and Peter Saup.