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TILE DAILY OAIPwO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING MARCH 25, 1884.
The Daily Mletin.
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All Communication! thould be tddressed to
' K. A. BURNETT.
Publisher and Proprietor.
Boston has a cremation society al
most ready tor business.
A new brand of lard just put on tho
market in California is called tho Lillio
Isunicrous purennses 01 enrmursus
in England for American account are
Boston has a femalo hygiene club
that goos about inspecting tho plumb
ing in houses.
Tho Smith family occupies fifteen
closoly-printod pages of tho London
city directory this year.
Tho British Columbia Assembly pro
poses a law limiting tho amount of
land that ono man can own to 610
Tho National and Mercantile banks,
in the City of Mexico, are to be consoli
dated. Their combined capital will bo
Matthew Arnold will writo a book
about America when bo gets back. Ho
will pay us off for our failure to ap
Crows first appeared in Russia after
the .t rench retroat from Moscow, ami
tho peoplo still hato them and call
them Napoleon's scavengers.
A Worcester, Mass., fiddler namod
Riedl took his old instrument to be re
paired, when tho repairer found it to
bo an Amatis of 1670, worth f 5,000.
Tho largest school in the world is
probably tho Jews' Frjo School in
Spitalfields, London. It has a daily
attendance of nearly 3,000 people.
A Detroit man, who has not received
a valentine in nino years, wants con
gress to pass a law authorizing letter
carriers to dump all old valentines
through an air hole in the river.
"Fifty years hence," says a Detroit
lake captain, "the sight of a bark, brig;
or schooner on tho inland waters will
draw a crowd as a curiosity. Steam is
knocking out tho sail-craft by the doz
en." Two colored members of the Texas
legislature sit apart from the other
members, and appear to be fpectators
merely of tho proceedings. They never
join in tho debates, but vote without
In 1875, when William B. Astor died,
ho had 720 houses on Lis rent-roll.
The present number of Astor houses
exceed 1,200, the whole estate being
valued at about 150,000,000, producing
an income of $3,WO,000 a year.
There is a big shoe on exhibition in
FroviJence. II I., made for a negro
preacher in tho West. Tho sole meas
ures 21 1-2 inches in length, around the
instep 21, and arouud the sole 18 inches.
The future wearer weighs 410 pounds.
The supreme court of Iowa decides
that a wife deserted by her husband,
without her fault, and left with no
means of providing for her family of
young children, has authority to sell
the personal property of her husband
to obtain money.
It is now being found out that tho
terrible volcanic eruptions which took
place recently in Java were not an un
mixed evil, as the enormous masses of
ashes hurled out of the craters are ex
cellent fertilizers, which, with proper
treatment, may make Java bloom
A friend of Jay Gould says: "I don't
believe there is a soul that confides in
him. Thousands fear him. And yet
he is one of tho nattiest, most agree
able little men, perfect in polish; but,
after all, a Fra Dlavolo in business.
With him the human heart is a hollow
"Ouida" writes of life in Italy:
"Here ono wants so little; tho air and
the light, and a littlo red wine, and tho
warmth of wind, and a hanJful of
iuaizo or of grapes, and an old guitar,
and a niche to sleep in near a fountain
that murmurs and sings to the mosses
and-marbles these aro enough in
The Hungarian patriot, Kossuth, i3
now 81 years of age, and lives quietly
at Milan. He neither believes in the
alliance of tho Latin races, nor in that
of tho Teutonic. He fancies that Aus
tria and Russia will ero long bo at
daggers drawn, and hopes that, as ho
has no infirmities save thoso of old
ngo, he may live to see it
Tho Boston rost tells of somo col
lego boys who after dark took an en
tire load of wood from a farmer's sled,
left in the street over night, and with
great labor piled it up in a citizen's
woodshed under tho impression that
he'd be charged with stealing it. They
fouud the next morning that the citi
zen had bought that wood the night
t On the authority of a lady in Wash
ington Mr. J. u. Rnndnll relates tho
following: "A rich master machinist,
every now and then, fancies he is a
boiler and about to burst Ho throws
himself prouo upon the floor and in
sists upon h family drenching him
with cold water. They always ho hu
mor him. When about hall drowned
Ins right senses return, and, to all in
tents and purposes, for weeks at a
time, ho is a sober, clear-headed, money-making
Mr. Sanderson, tho superintendent
vi m nuiciuiui-uv eivpniini-caicning
operations in Bengal, who sneaks with
more authority than nny other Euro-
. ... .
pean, status mat "incro is not, nor
ever was, such a creature as a wbito
elephant, in tho ordinary acceptation
of the term." The so-callod sacred
white elephants of the kings of Bur
mah and Siam aro ordinary elephants,
possessed of "marks" analogous to
thoso which may no seen on tho spec!
men now in mo gardens, in mat ono
the pinkLsh color extends all over the
. . i . 1 . M 1 - 1
trunk nail way up inu uiirut'im, aim
the same marks aro found on tins tips
of tho cars. London Field.
"Fifty years ngo," said F.arl Cairns
at a meeting of tho Church Missionary
Society, "if a man had been ship
wrecked on somo of tho islands of tlw
Pacific, ho would have been killed,
cooked and eaten; whereas if s man
woro shipwrcekod thoro now ho would
receivo Christian hospitality. Miss
Gordon Cumming, who is not a mis
sionary, and who did not writo for tho
purposo of crying up missions, de
clared that whilo in 18J5 the people of
Fejeo were cauuibals, tliero aro now
400 churches and 1,400 schools there.
Lady Brassey writes that anybody who
wants to sco tho last traces of heathen
ism in Japan had bolter go soon, as
they aro rapidly giving placo to Christi
anity." Ex-Secretary Robeson told tho fol
lowing story tho other day about a
palo stone which ho wears in his watch
chain: "It was worn by my grand
father long before I was born, and ono
day whilo surveying in tho woods on
tho old property around Oxford ho
lost it. Forty years afterwards my
father, then a young man, was ap
pointed the administrator of tho Jacob
Kale estate in Warren county, N. J.
Among tho assets ho found this stone;
ho recognized it, and upon investiga
tion found that ten years previously it
had been found by Mr. Kalo in tho
woods whero my grandfather had lost
it It had lain thero for thirty years.
It isn't worth much, but it would tako
a good deal of money to buy it"
Mr. Thomas G. Appleton, of Boston,
says: "I supposo you are familiar with
tho story of Mr. Phillips1 marriage?
How a gentleman asked Mr. Sumner
to act as escort to a young lady who
was going to tho convention at Albany,
and Mr. Sumner, being unable to go,
resigned in favor of Mr. Phillips.
How Mr. Phillips acted as her escort,
and lost his heart to her beforo he got
back. How ho called upon her often
in this city, but was not admitted,
owinc to her feeble health, but finally
ho utmost broko his way to her, and
offered his hand. Sho said she would
never marry a man unless he would
swear eternal enmity to slavery. But
it was not necessary for Mr. Pnillips to
take that oath, he had already sworn
it in his heart. So they were married,
and tho story of loving devotion and
perfect sympathy is as much a matter
of public knowledgo as such a sacred
subject should be."
m t e
Bismarck's Black Klder.
"Make way for Bismarck's dispatch
carrier," cry a score of voices, and as
Fredrich strass, Berlin, is cleared, a
great glossy bay horse, carrying a tall
man in black, trots rapidly through
the center of tho busy thoroughfare
toward the Central Railroad station.
Tho horseman looks neither to the
right nor left, and goes out of his di
rect routo for no one, vehicles and
pedestrains clearing the wav as Ameri
cans do for a fire engine. The "Black
Rider" makes the same trip every af
ternoon between 2 and 3 o clock, and
notwithstanding that the street is one
of the most frequented in Berlin, every
thing and everybody stand asido for
In a recent letter a new resident of
Beulah, Manitoba, says of his experi
ence there: "This winter is and will bo
our 'tug of war,' as things are very
dull in this country at the present time.
We had bountiful harvests, but our
grain won't pay for teaming to tho
nearest market, twentv-throe miles dis
tant, and, if we could tako it, thero
would be very little demand for it. Wo
have sold no grain from last year's
crops, and are obliged to pay out cash
for implements and other necessaries.
The merchants have bled the settlers
of this country until there seems to be
scarcely any money left to carry on
business. The condition of the settlen
at a distance from the railroad is really
Monday Evemng, March 24,1884.
The weather this evening is warm and
pleasant, with indications for continued
pell fair weather.
The market is unchanged, with demand
and supply in leading articles about evenly
The river is 6till rising slowly at this
FLOUR Tho market is active and firm
with very light supply of all grades.
HAY We note" a fair demand with mod
OATS Receipts light. Dull.
MEAL Firm and unchanged.
BRAN Very scarce. Stocks are held by
iiv Ui.lt Keceipts are lair an 1 prices
steady and unchanged.
EGGS Stocks are light and the ship
ping demand takes all receipts on arrival
ClIICKENS-The demand is fair at
Arriito very scaice. J lie market is
bare of choice and inquiry good.
POTATOES Steady and unchanged.
ONIONS-Ptocks are limited and the
demand is light.
Sales ana Quotations.
NOTK. The price here given aro for sales from
nrsinanasm round lota. An advance la
Charted for broken lotain Ulllnvinli re.
Vfl bhlt Extra finer
,1 mm no
4 SWT61 ao
V't nhii various grades.
I'lO hills hn'r.n
100 bbla Patent.
'cars gilt cflu
S cars mlxi'if..
mr uood prime 11 00
Scara choice lil 00
cars choice white In milk
6 cars choice mixed In bulk.'!,',"','.'."
4 care choice In bulk
2 cars choice heavT In h k
i , .,,.. i i . ... ...... , .
l Ml lu UUJK..
No. ',' H-l, per 1H ...
No. 3 Moilitf rmicnn .
00 bbl' City on order SG'KSes
R00 pounds choice Northern packed 24
SiV pounds choice Northorn roll 90'ii
Ron pounds Southern Ulerol) IHS'Ji
300 pounds creamery m stt&iJO
POO dozen ,
8 coops chnicohens 3 25671 SO
5 coopa mixed i Wi&i i!5
rcr bbl ctaolco Hen Davis 4 SO
" ' Homo lii-auty 4 50
Small varieties 9 00
Choice Wluesups... 8 50 3 SI
Tota'oe? per bnsh Teach Blow
Potatoes per buh Early Hose
Potatoes per bbl -
.1 Kiii uo
According to elzo M 15 COfiN oo
Flue unwashed UiJJ
Plnui bam none
S. C. II '.me H
Clear eido U
8t. Johns : fi
Ohio Hlvcr 1 05
C'4 bushel burlaps
5 bushel "
Peaches. halves and quarters.. ......
hi, M. J
Choice nayy ....
Hooka medinm ,
....2 5013 00
... i IWi
10 to fiS
10 to 45
10 to 5
Beaver per pound.
, 50 to 2 50
Otter 75 to 6 CO
8 to 15
.....1 00 to 00
Dry Flint choice...
Sheep Pelts, dry...
Sheep Pi-Its. treen.,
uool lng 4 wo, s
owLeaf 4 VAl s f
Medium Leaf l Ml 7 TO
GorLeaf . ..... 7 5(A 9 '0
RATES OF FREIGHT.
Gram Hay Flonr
f?cwt. pewt. hi)l.
Mee.pbls lutf 15 2"
s i v Orleans,.. Vi W '
Helena, Ark 17 x Vi
Klineston. Miss HV, 22ft 45
Vicksbure, Prentess Houso 21 ner cwt.
All other way points below Memphis to New Or
leans, same rates as to Kilueetou
Athlophoros stands alone among Rheu
matic and Neuralgia remedies', in that it is
the only one whioh gets behind these dis
eases and purges the blood of the poisons
and acids which produce them. It is a
rigidly scientific and truly rational remedy.
Wherever faithfully and fairly tried, it
protes its title Athlophoros champion
remedy. J. M. Wright, Chester, 111.,
writes: "Athlophoros has given general
satisfaction to all persons using it."
Advice to Mothers.
Aro you disturbed at night and b";ken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting 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
lievo the poor littlo sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhrca, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to tho whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is the 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.
C37"A New Suit. Faded articles of ll
kinds restored to their original beauty by
Diamond Dyes. Perfect and simple. 10c.
at all druggists. Wells, Richardson & Co.,
An Editor's Tribute.
Thereon P. Keator, Editor of Ft. Wayne,
Ind., "Gazette," writes: 'For the past five
years have always used Dr. King's New
Discovery, for coughs of most severe ohar-
nctcr, as well as for thuso of a milder type
It never fails to effect a speedy cure. My
friends to whom I have recommended it
speak of it in came high terms. Having
been cured liy It ol every cough I have bad
for five years, I consider it the only reliable
and suro cure for coughs, colds, etc." Call
at Barclay Bros.' Drug Store and get a Free
Trial Motuc. argo Bize f l.uu, (2)
The universal verdict, "The Hop Plaster
is the best porous plaster ever made." Only
Very Remarkable Recovery
Mr. Geo. V. Willing, of Manchester,
Mich., writes: "My wile lias been almost
helpless for five years, so helpless that sho
could not turn over in bed alone. She usod
two bottles of Electric Bitters, and is so
mucli improved, that 6he is able now to do
her own work."
Electric Bitters will do all that is claimed
fur them. Hundreds of testimonials attest
their great curative powers. Onlv fiftv
cents a bottlo at Barclay Bros. (2)
Figures Wou't Lie.
Tho Duures showinor the enoriou vear.
lv sties of Kidnev-Wurr. dpim
value as a medicine beyond dispute. It is
purely vegetable compound of certain roots,
leaves and berries known to have special
value in Kidney troubles. Combined with
these arc remedies acting directly on the
Liver and Bowels. It is becttisaol ihi mm.
bined action that Kidney-Wort has proved
sucn an unequalled remedy in all diseases
of these organs.
Prevent sickness by taking occasionally
one of Emory's Little Cathartic Pills, a
wonuertui appetizer, an absolute cure of
Biliousness. 15 cents. f4)
HucKteu's Arnica Salve
The Best Salvo in the world for f?nta.
Bruises. Sores. Ulcers. Salt Khomn. iVvnr
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
cents per uox. tor sale by Jjarclay
ARKANSAS AND TEXAS.
Along tho line of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Ttxas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands of
acres of tiie choicest farming and grazing
lands in the world, ranging in price from
fj.00 to $300 and 4.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unurpasstd
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas Hnd Texas,
in lSbi;1, and make up your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that the crop
fnr !S83 is 50 per cent larger than th'it of
1880. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed formoneypaid for tickets or freight
over the Companies lines.
II. C. Towsse-n-d, Gen'l Puss. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
JJAX rfliCIIASElfS NOTICE.
To William Walker, or any other person or persons
Von are hereby notified that at a sale rf real m
tate, In t lie county of Alexander and State of 1 1 II
noH, held bv the i'ounty I'olleetnr "f naid county,
at the sdiitliwenterly door of the Court Hon-, in
the city of Cairo, in' paid county and state, on the
21t day of August, A. I). lS.'J. .1. (.onion pur
chased the following described real estate sitiiati-d
In the llr.t addition to the city of Cairo, in the
county nf Alexander and State of Illinois, for the
taxes due and unpaid thereon for the year A. P.
1""1, together with penalties and oo-te; paid real es
tate heiiii! taxed in the name of William Walker, to
wn: Lot numbered twenty six cM in him k nmn
hered eijlitv-three that afterward, to-wit: On
the 1Mb day of March, ltM. said purchaser h-isned
the certificate of Hircha."e received from Paid ( i.untv
Collector for caid real eetate, to the undersigned,
who now holds the same: and that the time allowed
by law for the redemption of said real estate will
exiiire on the JM dnv of Auzust, A. I). lM.
KKANCKs A. sTKWAHT. AMirueo of Purchaser.
Cairo, 111., .March i A. 1. ltM.
m hand? mm account mi
Coxtaisino Forn Pakts, each Important and
Convenient for Pocket use.
Part I Consist of simple, vet comnrehonsive
Instructions, with plain dimples and illustrations
ror keeping private accounts.
Part II Is a compilation of bnslnci forms,
nseful rules and tables for reference.
Part III Snows the importance of writing i;ood
lette'sard how to write them.
Paht IV Consists (l to doubic-colnmiifd bianlt
paper on which to keep accounts.
liound with pocket and flap, price, postpaid. 40
cents. Postage stamps accepted. AliENTS
WANTED. All books in E"od order that spent"
fail to sell will be taken ba-k and money refunded.
Address, F. O. JOI1SO., Sharon, wis.
BEFORE V-AND -AFTER
Electric Appliance ara isnt on 30 Dayi' Trill.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLD,
WHO aro fuftVrin from Ninroca Dkbtlitt,
Lost Vitality. Lack or Nkkvr Fonci amo
Vigor, Waiting Weikxksmc. and ail thn )lflcas-t
of a t'KKsoNiL Nati kk f-sultlntf from Am ies anl
OTfntu fAi'SEH. 8wwJy relief anl complete resto
rutionof H kai.tr, Viuoh and Manhood Oiuhakteko.
The (frandentdiw'overy of the Nim'tnth Oritur,
bundatoncufur UlutitralvUi'antplilftfrue. Addrebfl
VGLTAIC BUT CO., MARSHALL, MICH.
"i t,..; pivcsowMii.
an infalltblt rvre for Piles.
Price 9 1 , M oruL'Kiiiis, or
A A If 1 'i If "
from Yonlhfnl Imprudence, cnin
Kononi OehilitT, Mental and Pliyii
r.l WmknMi. Valuable information
hmnAi-nru (Wfi. ItlindZlfearSSUO- 1
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is prepared to do Job Piintini: of every description from a
Dodger to a Three-Sheet Poster on the shortest notice and
in the best style, and at tho lowest possible prices. Call
and get his prices.
OFFICE: No. 78 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
rpilE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
CAPITAL, fcU OO.OOO!
A General Uankine; l:nsinps!
THOS. V. IIAJ.IilUAY
pSTEUPKiSE SAVING BANK.
EXCLVSIVKLY A SAVIXHS RAXK.
THOrf. W. IIAIiLlDAN .
Trca -'t t.
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
F. BROSR. Preldi-nt.
U. WELLS, Cashier.
P. "SF.VF. Vice I'r. f'n
T. J. Kcrth, As.J,t cutih
F. Bross Ca'ro I William Klntu. .('airit
PctrrNcir " I William Wolf.... '
('. M Osierloh " I C. O. I'atler "
E. A. DudtT " II. Wells
J. Y. Clcmson, Caledonia.;
A GENERAL BANKING BCSINgbS D(NE.
Exchangij fold and bought. Interest piM fi
theHaviiiifs Ucpurtineiit. Collect lotia mado and
all bnslntss promptly a'tendntl to.
The Pic;'iilar Cairo & Padncah Daily
Str. GUS FOWLER.
ITKNfiY E. TAYLOR. Vaster.
UEOUGE JOIIE, Clerk.
Loaves Fwlticah forC iiro dnllv (Sundays eirept-
d) at 8 a. in., and Munnd Cltv at 1 p. m. Hetnrn
Iuk, leavet Cairo at 4 p.m. ; Mound City at5p.m.
Nashville, Paducali & Cairo U. S. Mail
For I'adncah, Smlthland, Dj-frsbtirij, Eddyvlllc,
Cantou, Dover, Clarksvilio and aslivlilc,
B. S. RHEA.
J. S. TTNER
GEO- JOIili.S ,
Leaves every Monday morning at 10 o'clock a.m.
W. H. CHERRY.
I. avs every Fr' day mornlnc nt 10 o'cloclr, mnlr
Inccloc connections at Nashville with tho L. &
NT R. R. and N. C. K. It. for all points south,
with thu Upper Cumberland Packet Co.. Tor all
points for the Cpper Cumberland. freight or
passtiRe, epply on board or to W. F . Lain hum,
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Price Taid for Wheat.
till M 3 dw
0 M U TK J.
r, M-S l pip .
3 t: ? I r-.
LLiNOIH CENTRAL R. R
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
I 'ho Onlv Iiino Kunnintc
Ma kino DuiycT Connkction
i UAINB LRAVE C.MIt'i:
.rr'vintr In fit Louis 9 ir, a m. ; Chlcai0,H:!in p.m.;
('fin!;, i iiriir at Urim and K Bingham for Clnciu
r.ntl, Louti-viile, Indiunapolis utid points Ejet.
lU:",'." p in. Fast St. I.ouis ami
Arriving In Ft Louis B:I5 p. in., and conntctlne
for all points West.
li:4 i. m. Fast Kxpresa.
For St. Louis und Chic ago, arriving at St. Louis
hl.J-'i p. id,., and Clilcan 7:.M a. in.
M.-iri i.m Cincinnati KxpreBH.
Arriving at Cincinnati T:W a. m. ; Loulsvlllo 6:55
a. m ; Indianapolis 4:i3 a. m. PkSui,Kers by
this Ira n ruth the abve points lUt to 3J
llOL'ltS in advance of any other route.
ftT'The 3:Vi p. m. express has I'CLl.MAN
SuKKI'l.vd CAK fruin Cairo to Cincinnati, with
out changes, and thrmgh sleepers to .St. Louis
Fast Time Kast.
n ero points without any dlay
caused by Suudsy intervening. The Saturday after
lonu train from Cairo arrives In new York Monday
nornmp at 10::j. Thirty-six hours In advanceol
n" other ronte,
itT"Kor throufh tickets and further information
ippiy at Illinois Central Railroad Depot. Cairo.
.1. H. JONES, Ticket Agent.
A. n. HANSON, (inn. Pas. Axont. Chicago
It I'.. TIME CAKD AT CAIRO.
Tra.ts Depart. Trains Arrlvo.
c. st. L. & N. o. n. h. (Jackson route).
,. A:V a.m. I tMatl 4 ::Vp.m.
.. in ia.ni. Express .... 10:1 a.m.
...:).: p.m. I
& c. rt. it. (Xnrrnw-trauLa').
Express :( a m.
r.x press l :r a.n
Kx. Hall.. .4:10p.m.
Kx. & Mail.... a m
l.':i A p.m. I Accotn. 2:u0 p.m.
ST. I., ft I. M. It. It.
I0::i0p.m. tExpress i:50 p.m.
W., FT. I.. 4 P. K. K.
Mail Jfc Et....4:iOa.m.
Mall A Kx...9.3np.m.
Accom 10:ki a.m.
Accom 4:00 n.rn.
Freight -..;:43 a.m. Kreluht 6.45 p.m.
M"I1II,K A OHIO K. It.
Mail 5:V.a.m. Mall 9:10 p.m.
Dully except Sunia)'. t Dailv.
DEPAKTUBE OF MAILS.
Arr at I Dep're
P. O. fin PC
I. C. K. lt.(tbroiit'h lock mall). 5 a. m
' " " ..11:10a m 8 p. m.
" (way mall) 4 30p.m. 9 p. m.
" (.Southern Div S p. m. 9 p. m.
Iron Mountain K. K '.':3ep.ni. 9 p. m
Wabash Jl. )i 10 p. m. 9 p. m.
Texas A St. l.onis K. K 7 p. ra.lBa. m.
St. Louis A Clro K. It 5 p. m. 9:!!0 am
Ohlolilver -i p. m. 4 p. m.
Miss Itiver arrives Wed.. nt. & Mon.
" departs Wed., FrI. !fc Hun.
P O. rop del. op d from 7:a0am to 7:30 pm
r.O. box del. o;itn from 6a.m. to 9 p. m.
Sundays tree . !el. open from... .fia. m. to loa.m.
Sunilavs liox del. open from.... 6 a. m. to lo:30am
t-fyNOTK Chani;s will be published from
time U) llmi in city papers. Chaneeyoiir cards ac
cordiiiRly. tt'M. M. MUKl'UV. P. M
CAIKO BAPTIST. CorneV Tenth and Popla
streets: preachine every Sunday momlnpand
Dlirht at nsual hours. Prayer r.eutliiK Wednes
day nUht : Sunday school. 9:S( a.m.
JIUV. ttii. , i in vvi
plUP.CU OF TFIE KKDKE.MER (Eptscopa'
I J Fourteenth street; Sunday 7:00 a m., Holy
Communion lo::!Oa. m.. Morning Prayers 11 a. in.
Sunday school 3 p. m., hvcnlnx Prayers 7:o p. in
F. P. I'uvenport, S. T. B. Hector.
I MUST MISSIONARY' PAPTIST CHUKCH.-
V J'rea' Jilnir at 10::0 a. n... S p. m., and 7:30 p. m.
nl. bath school at 7:30 p. m Hev. T. J. Shores,
( UTIIRHA'N Thirteenth street; services tab
1 j bath 1 :3() a. m. . Sunday school 4 p.m. Kev.
w nppe, pastor.
MKTIIODIST Cor. Eighth and Walnut streets,
Prcachlutf Satihath 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p.m.
e inlay S-:hoi.l at .1:00 p. m. Kev. .1. A. Scarrett,
pllESHYTKKIAN SI(?hth street; preacnlnff on
1 Snbbhth Rt 11:00 a. rr.. and 7:30 p. m.; prayer
neetlnu Wcdnesdav at 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School
it :i p. m. Kev B. V. Ucorce, pastor.
OT. iloSKPH S -iHoman Catholic) Corner Cross
' mid Walnut streets; Mass every Sunday at
and 1 a. m. ; Sunday school at 2 p. m., and Vesp
ers at 3 p. m. M nss every morning at 8 a, m. Kuv.
C. Sneeuey, pastor.
Sr. PATRICK'S (Unman Catholic) Corner Ninth
Mireet snd Washington avenue; Mass every
tjnndnyand 8 and 1 a. m.: Sunday schoo at 2 p.m.,
and Vespers at 8 p. m. rsk uve y morning ut 8
p. m. Kev. J, Murphy, pastor.
vl iiyor Thomas. W. Ilalliilay. .
Treasurer Cliarb s F. Nellia.
Clerk Dennis. J, Foley.
Counselor Wm. B. Gilbert.
.Marshal L. II. Meyers,
Mnrnev William Uendrlckl.
Folico Mugtstratu-A. Comings.
BOAiin or ALDIHMIH
'irst Wsrd vl'm-JfcOale, Harry Walker
Second Wrd-Jesse Rinkle, C.N. Hughos.
Third Ward B. F. Ulako, Kglicrt Smith.
Fourth Ward Charles O. Patter, Adoiph Swo
fifth Ward Cli as, Lancaslfr. Hsnry Stont.
Circuit Judge D..I. Baker.
Circuit Clork A. II. Irvin.
County Judge J. n. ttoblnson.
Comity Clerk S.J. Iliimm,
County Attorney Angui Leek.
County Treasurer Miles W. Parker,
Sheiiif John Hodges.
Coroner It. Fitzgerald.
County Commissloneri T. W. ITalHdiy, J. It
Mulcahey scd Peter Hanp.