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THH OAILV CAIRO KULLKTIN:
FRIDAY MORNING APRIL 11, 1881.
For the Cure of (Jouchs. Colds
I loarsencss, lIroncIiitis,Crotip, Influ
enza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In
cipient Consumption anil fur the re
lief of consumptive persons in advan
ced stages of the Disease. For Sale
by all Druggists rn:e, 23 Cents.
r and MALARIA.
From thesu sources mb,,. tbi.-e fourths of
the 1 weaves of U10 human mce. -n'.Z
syinpujiuain.lioat.i their existence : ol
Appetite, JtowtU costive, dltk e,.
ache, fullne,. after fating, aversion to
exertion or intly or uiln.l, KmcUtiou
of food, Irritability or temper, Lw
spirits, A trrUaK or having nrgWtrcl
some duty, l.zxi.,ei, lutlr HnJ at the
Ilrart, lfc,u tttforr the ,,. highly col.
ortd Irl-ir, O . S T I ! A T I o . , and lie.
mnndthe ubo ofareineilyt)mt a ts illreotly
O'li'JP'-lver. A9aLiver medicine Tl'TT'S)
Jr 1 1 hav." no c l"!'l- Tln;ir action on tho
lil'IneysanilSkin in also prompt; removing
all Impurities UiroiiKh tlicsu tin (50 " scav
engers of the system," producing appe
tite, sound illKOSttnn, regular stonl. tt oli-iir
skiiiainl a vlgorou IjixIv. u xris
causa no nau-a or irriphur nor Uilcrtero
with diillv work anil are a p rfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
IIE FEIX I.IHi; A AHV MAN.
"1 have had Iytiiepnjn, with Contipa
tlon.two yearn, and have trleii ten ilitrerent
kinds of Ills, ami TITT'S an; the first
that havo done 1110 any good. They havo
cleaned 1110 out nicely. My appetite U
pliindid, 1'ixhI digest readily, and I now
Lavo natural pa.-iaifos. 1 fu. l lik a new
man." W. . KDWAKUs, l'aiuiyra, 0.
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TUTT'8 HAIR DYE.
GfUT Hair ott vHiski:b changed In
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TUTT'S MANtiAl OF USEFUL RECEIPTS FRff.
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In Ilartl or oft. Hot or fold Water.
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IM.I.Y, and gives universal atlslitetlun. Nc
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Kills Scrofula and Kings Evil, twin brothers.
Changes bad breath to good, removing caube.
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Cures dyspepsia or money refunded. S9
L Endorsed In writing by over fifty thousand
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Leading clergymen In U. S. and Europe.-
Diseases of tho blnod own It a conqueror.-
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The Dr. S. A. Richmond Med. Co., Props.,
Et. TccopH, (hi)
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IN THE WORLD.
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Urc.'in applied to the sur
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STA.NTL KXL1KVK 1'Al.S.
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Sore Throat, Pain
in Llmt. Stoni"
Or In snv pnrt 01 Svsteni .
Will NOT a.OTIIINd
not iliseoloi the km H
lis ht'rn In renstaiit uae
by Physician ami others
lot 2U veils Price 400
Picpaitu oniy cy
TUT PS "
stACOa St MlwRILl. LOu is. MO.
TOa BAXB BY All. TjBOOOIBTS AND
C ALIAS IN KIC1N9.
Victorious March of General Ag
ue ro andHi8 Men Into tho
Interior of Cuba.
Thoy J re Successful in All Their Encoun
tere With the Troops Seat Out
to Oppose Them.
Explanation of the Recent Scare Over the
Plot to Blow Up the Canadian.
EXCITEMK.NT AT HAVANA.
Kky W'Khr, 1'LA., April 10. Mall ad
vices fruin Havana state that Agucro
laniled without rt'sistaneu and numerous
factions joined him lu his march to the
Interior. His forces encountered troops
several times but obliged them to retreat,
(ireat cxclteinciit prevails, especially in
Havana, owing to tho concentration of
large forces of troops. It is supposed
theliovernmcnt used the Agucro incident
for the display of its force, to intimidate
Cubans during the next election. The
(iovtrniuent has telegraphed to Spain
for more troops. The 0 worship over
dispatches has been re-established.
London-, April 10. A Tiim-a dispatch
from Madrid speaks as follows: "Signs
of the approach of a serious economical
crisis in Cuba are daily hit-reusing. The
continuous fall in sugar is bringing ruiu
and disa.-ter, and unless radical meas
ures for reliel ure speedily adopted, the
long suffering Cubans will be driven to
courses disastrous for all. If Cuba is to
be saved, the cost of living must be re
duced, the system of administration and
taxation Improved, and freer markets ob
tained for her products."
Ottawa, April 10. The reason why ad
ditional guards have been placed in the
rarliament buildings has at length trans
pired. A few weeks siuce a man from
Chicago, stylng himself Dr. C'osse, wrote
to Sir John Macdonald, informing Liin
that he knew of a plot being matured in
the United States to blow up the Parlia
ment building with dynamite. Sir John
Macdonald gave him permission to go
ahead with his detective business and re
fused to give him any remuneration until
events proved the truth of his story and
he accomplished what he promised. Dr.
Cosse, since his arrival here, has been
staying at the principal hotel, ami seem
well provided with money. The Dominion
police have closely shadowed him, but o
lar have discovered nothing suspicious
in his behavior.
London, April 10. The liabilities of
(dllispie &. Co., the Last and West Indian
merchants who failed yesterday, are 1,
:'ji'(uuo. ISAN'K I'.UIARK.
MANtiiKsmi, April 10. The Manches
Chester and Oldham Hank has failed.
The debts are small and assets ample.
AllKKSTKD Kolt TKKASOX.
London, April 10. A Fenian named
Fit.gerald was arrested in London to
day on a charge of treason, lie will be
takeu to Dublin to-day.
THK 11KKT SViiAK IN'DrsiltV.
London, April 10. A company has
been formed to work the sugar factory at
Lavetihain, anil revive the beet sugar in
dustry in hnglaud. An output of 17,000
tons is expected the flrt year. At the
inaugural dinner given by the company,
Sir Lyon l'layfair in a speech said the
company had nothing to fear from Amcr
IMriUSONMKNT OK JofU.NAt.ls rs.
London, April 10. Hubert Buchanan,
the well-known poet and dramatist,
writes to the Pail Mall (AifHc that,
tluiigh the society journals have savage
ly abused him, he w ill be sorry if Kdmund
Yates, editor of the World is sent to pris
on, as the imprisonment of journalists is
a barbarous practice and unworthy a civ
Si'akim, April 10. Sheik Morghani re
ceived a letter yesterday evening from
1 isman Digna, stating that he would on
the loth hist, send some Sheiks to meet
Monxhaul at a spot distant from Suakim
two hours' ride, and that they would hold
a conference with Morghani 011 the ques
tion of the tinders lauding with the Brit
A LKTTEK VKO.M GORDON.
London, April 10. A private letter
from General Gordon, dated -March 11,
says: "If the Government does not in
tend to relieve us, we had better evacu
Bkki.ix, April 10. The rumor that
Herr Von F.isendecker, the German Min
ister at Washington, will be recalled, is
unfounded. The question of his transfes
to another post, however, was discussed
long before the Leaker incideut occurred.
St. I'ktkksbcho, April 10. M. Wei
et.kl, the Hussian Consul-General at New
York, is transferred to London. Baron
von Hchen, secretary of legation at
Toklo, takes his place.
A Stoddard-Daly Set-to.
PiTTSiiiKoir, Fa., April 10. Tom
Hughes received a telegram from Malla
han, backer of Stoddard, last night con
taining Information that Stoddard and
Captain James Daly had been matched
for a four-round glove fight, under the
Quccnsbury ru.es, on the evening of April
21, in this city, for $500 a side.
More Arthur Delegates.
Thoy, X. Y., April 10. The Seven
teenth Congressional District elected
Martin I.Townsend and Henry G. Burleigh
delegates, and Iloyal C. Bctts and Wil
liam K. Knlsselburg, alternates, in the
Republican Convention. All are for
A Sheriff's Claim Satisfied.
Xkwcasti.e, Fa., April 10. The Erie
& Pittsburgh Kallroad, advertised for
sale by tho Sheriff, will not be sold, the
company having paid the amount of the
execntlon and satlslled the claim, which
only amounted to
It Is said Farnell will deliver uo speech
es during the Faster recess.
Xo fears are expressed In Madrid con
cerning the L'nited States' attitude
One-half of Mandalay, capital of Bur
undi, a city of yo,000 Inhabitants, was de
stroyed by tire.
An attempt was made Tuesday night to
blow up a British fortress near Inverness
Hank Lewis, a desperado of Mitchell,
I). T., murdered City Marshal J. Pierce
on Wednesday morning.
The riot against the employment of wo
iiun at Kiderminister, Kngland, necessi
tated the calling out of troops.
The testimony in the Jcanuetto Investi
gation Is revealing a disgraceful state of
fctrifo iu the Ill-fated expedition.
It is reported that the Cuban lllibtister,
Aguero, has gathered a force of 223 meii
uml destroyed several plantations.
Huiitsvilie, Texas, was visited by a
82U,0u) lire on Wednesday morning.
There was little or no insurance.
The Hovus and French have again
broken off negotiations in Madagascar.
More troops have been Sent there.
One half of the business section of
Hair; ton, Vu., wrs burned Wednesday.
Loss, lniyiiin; insurance, 83n,0W.
The Senate in executive session on
Weilni'sduy devoted an hour to 1 he Congo
treaty haw cell Fn:,'!:iud and Portugal.
A lai b. one st .t.ie of Mai tin Luther,
which is to be unveiled in Washington
City in May, has ;. rrived at Baltimore.
The Senate Foreign Affairs Committee
has agreed on certain amendments to the
bill to provide for inspection of meats for
A11 entrance has been effected Into the
Pocahontas coal mine at Lynchburg, Va.,
and the work of recovering bodies will be
Miss Lli.abeth Abbitt, ayed twenty
one, of l orry, Pa., became disappointed
in love and committed suicide by taking
It is now )-tated that the Loudon dis
patch claiming to give extracts from
Matthew Arnold's impressions of Chi
cago was a hoax.
John White, colored, of Memphis,
Tetin., attempted to cut his wife's throat
on Wednesday, but was prevented by her
screams and the interference of n-dgh-Urs.
Th'.' Governor of New Mexico has is-su-d
a requisition for the arrest of Frank
Duke, a notorious horse thief, now in
custody at Fl Paso. Duke is a member
of the San Mat 'o gang.
Fifteenth Illinois Congressional Dis
trict. Faris, In.., April 10. The Honorable
Jo-e; h G. Caution, present member of
Congress from this, the Fifteenth Dis
tri t, was renominate! at Danville yes
terday for the sWth consecutive term.
The llonorab i- Win. A. Day, of Cham
pa:gn, pri."-nt M nor of that city, will
prooaldy bo the Democratic nominee
ag liust Cannon.
Saw Kill Burned.
Ciik aoo, Iu.., April 10. The Ju, -nut's
Marshtleld, Wis., special says: A large
steam saw mill burned here last night.
Loss, ?2j,ou0; Insurance, k!, 001.1.
Two Hundred Years Old.
NuiiitHMi'Ti.v, Mvss., April 10. The
Flisha Graves House, over 2"0 years old,
Oram and Provisions.
THURSDAY, APRIL 10, ls84.
Cotton Steady; mMiliiifr, n'll'.e.
Kl.orn Steady; XXX to Choice, t-J.tMtJI.TS;
la-euts, f. '.:.' 44 i.4U.
WHKAT-Steady; Xo. 2, Red, $1.0701 OS;
No. :i Hed. '.Off.i'c.
rons-sti ady; No. 2 mixed, i:,(&W,c; No.
2 wliite mi.ved, W-iu.
UsTS-S'e.id.v; No. 2. 3f.i33f,c.
Hvk Firmer; No. 2, olc.
Tobacco Finn; ruvs. common to choice.
f ;.V-f in HO; lonf ; common red leaf, fS.IX
hi ti; nieda.m to iroo l ;m 17 .50.
H w-Praii ie .50j,Hi ui for prime; $10.25
( tin .Vi for choice; iiiir..,! 1ik,.m for common
to prim.-; timothy ? 1(3 7 tor prime to fancy.
Hl.-Tii;u .steady; choice . fumy creamery,
:!U-e;ro dil'ry, pood to choice 2.Vi27e; and
2e. for select inns, low (rrud.. s nominal.
Loos W eui( a' I've.
1'otatok.s i air see limr demand for choice;
common dull. Eastern peerless 40t.'c; nUr
haiiks 42it'H"c; rose, 4.V(j4T',c; Northern.
37'.; fluke, aViiJite; Illinois and bottom, 23
1'oKK Active: standard mess, $17.2il7.W;
hard side. $17.00.
I.Aun Steady; prime steam, nominal at
liACON-I.oii(rs, ll'-sSm.e; shorts, Oe; clear
Wool, Tub-washed choice. JiWio; enm
iiui!i.2s jitiie: unwashed medium, 2i&ZHe; low
an I course irrades, I.Vtltie.
HiliKS stea ly; dry dint. l!e; damagpd, lo;
bulls or st nrs l Ulle; dry salted. We; lrv
sal e I, dainaiie.l, lie; kip aiulealf,siille l.9',e;
laina'.'eil, 7',e; hulls and stairs, tie; jri'ee'i, uu
cuied, s'c, damaifeil, Hc
Siikki- I'ki.ts Steady; preen, WW$l.M;
d ) ilo, eV(7ne., as to amount and quality of
wool; green shearings, 2ti3te.; dry do, lutoJiJe.
Whbat Sironirer; April, sO'tc; May, HHc;
June. S7',e: duly, s-e.
Cims-Hiirher; April, 45'4c; Mav, JW?,c:
June, 51r; July. MJ4e; August, fit c.
(UTS-Higher; April.isc; Alay, 32S.0; Juno,
I'ouK-IIigtier; May, $17.fi0; June, $17.75;
LAKD-lli.-her; May, rs.6n; June, $S.70;
siout Kins May, $s.80; June, $S.70; July,
WtiKAT-Higher: No. 2 Hed. April. $1.01 i
May. $l.irji4; June, $1,114-4; July. t.)T;
Cons Higher; April, ST'nc: May, 5Ss,c;
June, 5'ic: Julv. i4e; August. 1IIA.0.
DATS Hull; Western. ;o,U c
I'ltovtstoss l'oik Dull; spot mess, $16.50.
Laid Higher; steam, $S.S0.
Live Stock Markets.
Hons Receipts. fl.rtOO; firm and activo ami
fie'tlnc higher: liirht $l.s0.fi.lO; rough pack
ing, $:.4.ii!.'i.m;; heavy paekitii- ai d shinning.
Catti.k Itrci'ipts. 6.0011; active and steady;
exports. $'l.2o.'il.,5: good to choice, $.1.80411.20;
common to lair (.Virniivsil.
SiiKHP-Heeeipis, 5,uixi; eommou to choice.
Catti k Steady; goo 1 to choice steers. $.00
(Rfl.'iO; lair to good, $.'i.iHiii.'.!i; mixed butch
ers', $4.7.V'(,V2.'i: stockers, $:l.75.4 25.
Siikkp Weaker; fairtourood Western sheep,
$5.2.'(4.ll0; choice to la iey, $li.2V!4ti.U0; good
Wcsti rn lambs, $ti.iw.7.tl.'.
Hons Dull; good to choice Yorkers, (5.05
rt.10: good medium weights, ftt. 101.20; pigs,
K ANSVS C1TT.
CArri.R-lteeplpts. 3,010; weak nnd lower;
native steers of I,ti2f to l,;eju lbs, aver-
1 age, $5.20,'4..o: stockers and leeders, $4.4UiJ
,bW; cows $.'l.mi4.5i.
Hons Kiwipts. 4,100: opened weak and
I lower and closing steadier; lots of : to
Hlft lbs. average, $5.7C44.05, mainly, $5.7Mi
8iiBKP-Horifpt, W0; qumt; nntlvo 98 to 143
lbs. average, $J.2j5.12!i. . . -i
Thciisdat Evesi.no, April 10,1884.
The weather is cloudy and cold, not
fretzinfe', but chilly and disagreeable. A
faint breath of the enow storms that have
swept over the lake region?.
The river is still falling but not more
than half an inch an hour and may bo
checked entirely by tho flood. coming down
The markets, without being especially
lively are not unsatisfactory, all things cor.-
sidered as the movement is sufficient to
keep down accumulations of stocks and
values are well sustained.
FLOUH Prices rule steady at to-day's
quotations, with movement light and stocks
HAY Receipts are light and the de
mand fair. Stacks aro only fair.
CORN Stocks ate very email and the
demand is active.
OATS The market is well supplied and
the demand light.
MEAL Steady and firm with good de
mand and light supply.
BRAN Very Bcarce d in steady de
mand. BUTTER The demand for choice con
tinues good and the demand is fair.
EGGS The market is fully supplied
and demand falling off.
CIIICKENS-Plenty offering and de
mand rather light.
APPLES Strictly choice are scarce and
in good demand.
POTATOES The movement is very
small and market well supplied.
Sales and Quotations.
N OTB. The prices nere given re for sales from
first hsndt In ronnd lots. An advance li
Charged for broken Intstn filllngorders.
:v bhls vsrloas grades
200 Fsml y
1U0 bhls ( ho ce .M
150 bbls l'atent
4 cars gilt edge small bale...
1 car red top
8rars choice, small bale
1 car mixed
.3 6038 no
2 cars choVe white In balk....
2 cars choice mixed In bulk....
S cars In bulk
i cars choke in ha k
i cars choice In balk
No. 2 Rod, per ha
No. 2 Medilersnean
500 bhls Cltv on orders
.2 60 a2 65
501 ponnds choice Northern Dairy ii&n
an ponnds choice Northern roll 2fl
5io pounds Southern Ills roll IrVaiS
4"0 pounds creamery isi-iU
M coops choice hens
10 coops mixed and bens..... ,
Per bhl choice Ben Davis
" ' Rone Beauty..
Choice Romanl es
.3 OntfM S5
.2 75t3 00
4 7'5 00
...3 50(34 00
S 5i-2 75
2 50m2 75
Pesch Hlnw pe'bneh.
Earlv Hose per bush....
Potatoes per bbl
..1 7I2 00
According to size . 15 0-2,20 f 0
S. C. 11 mux .
Clear sides. .
i4 tmehel hnrlaps 9
5 bushel ' ....... 12
Peaches, halves and auartcr 6U ' 6K
Choice navy g fMS rt
Oholco medium ... t tO&l 71
Choice, Factory ,
Cream ' ' in
Bear r per pound
10 tO 65
i m..m 10 to 45
.... l no
10 to 5i
.... 75 to 6 10
S to 15
- 1 00 to too
Dry Flint choice..
GrtMB SAttttttSMt HMMIIIU.aM.iMU4.U..MM....
UTJ OBI l.ttte aa........
... ..MM .....MM ...... .
, 4 jkj 5 (
w Leaf i fs. is-
u...ll.. I ... ' !"
h emu 111 wn (-i i) sjyt f ;q
UortLesf. , .... 7 j, 9 ,
KATKS Off FUSIUHT.
Oram Hay Flour Pork
cwt. hbl. 3bhl.
20 2.1 50
t S5 511
Men bbls 12X
Helens, Ark 17VJ
Kline-ton. Miss iil-i li'A 45 dlU
Vicksliurg, Prentess House i ( per cwt. hlutif
All ottierwa DOlnts below .emun:a to .New i r
leans, rame rates as to K inestoa
The latest news from Africa Is that the
Zulu King has the croup; this news is
doubled by many, but notwithstanding,
the friends of the kimr have sent him a case
of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup and consequent
ly know nis euro is certain.
Imagine the surprise of Rev. R. F. Whitf,
Greenville, N. Y., who writes to say: "My
wile was helpless with lnUmnmatory rheu
matism, and had been for a long time. On
Sunday morning the began to ttko Athlo
phoro?. I was away but returned at 2 p. m.
Was overwhelmed to find her walking
about, suffering but little pain. We mutual
ly acknowledge the great value of Athlo
phoros as a specific for rheumatism.
Something old Allen's Bilious Physic-
Acts quickly, relieves promptly, and never
falls to cure sick headathe and constipa
tion. 25 cents large bottle. At all drug
Tho well known strengthening properties
of Iron, combined with other tonics and a
perfect nervine, are found !n Carter's Iron
Pills, which strengthen the nerves and body,
and improve the blood and complexion.
St. Locis, Mo., July 24th, 1883. The
stiffness is all gone from my neck. A few
applications ot Merrell s Penetrating Oil
entirely cured it. It is a wonderful Lini-mv-ft.
and I am greatly obliged to you for
recommending it. ery truly,
IIekry C. Donne,
Sup'tof Night Mail, St. Louie, Mo.
That weak back or pain in the Bide or
hips you will find immediately relieved
when a Hop Plaster is applied. It strength
ens the muscles, giving the ability to do
hard work without suffering. Take none
but this; 'tis sure. (1 )
in ARKANSAS AND TEXAS.
Along the line of tho St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands of
seres of tiie choicest farming and grazing
land9 in the world, ranging in price from
2.00 to 500 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 Arkaneas and Texas,
in 1882, and make up your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that tho crop
for 1883 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed for money paid for tickets or freight
over the Companies lines.
II. C. Town-send, Gen'l Pass. Agt.
St. Lnuia. Mo.
Blclc Ilcadftche and relieve all the tronMcs Inci
dent to a bilious state of the system, such as Diz
riness, Nausea, Drowsiness, Distress after eatinp,
Pain in the Side, tc. While their most remark
able success has been shown in curing
Hearlftphe.yrt Carier'sLIttlc Liver Pills are eanally
valuable in t'onsiipntion, curing and preventing
this annoying complaint, while they also correct
all disorders of tbo stomach, stimulate the liver
and regulate the bowels. Even If they only Cured
Achfi they wonld be almost priceless to those wh
surfer from this distressing complaint; but fortu
nately their goodness does not end here,and thoso
vrho onco try them will find these little pills valu
able in so many ways that they willnot be willing
to do without them. Hut after all sick head
Is thebane of so many lives that here is where we
make our great boast. Our pills euro It while)
Others do not.
Carter's Littla Liver Fills aro very small and
rery cai"y to take. Ono or two pills tualrea dose.
They aro strictly vegetable ana do not gripe or
purge, but by their gentle action pleasn all who
use them. In vials at SJ5 cents; five for 11. 6oM
by druggists every where, or sent by mail.
CARTER MEDICINE CO.. New Tort
CatawrH' ki v:s .
r Mm un,fM
Causes no Pain
Gives Relief at
cure. Not a Li
quid or Snuff. Ap
piied with flnffer. Give it a Trial.
Ml c nt, at druggists. 00 cents by mall register
ed. Send for circular.
ELY BROTHERS, Druirglsts. Owego.N.i.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Hhnop Pells, dry ...
Hhvup Hll, groun..
LLiNOIS CENTRAL R. R
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Oniv Lino Humane;
O DAILY TRAINS
Ma kino Direct Connkotiom
Trains Liats Cairo:
Ul 12 L a m. Mail,
Arriving in St. Louis I 60 a.m. ; Chicago, 8:30 p.m.;
Connecting at Odiu and Effingham for Cincin
nati. Louisville, Indianapolis and points East.
lii:25 p. m. least St. Loula and
Arriving In St Louts 6:45 p. m., and connecting
for all points West.
3:45 p. m. Feist Kxprest,
For 8t. Louis and Chicago, arriving at Bt. Lonls
10:15 p. m., and Chicago 7 :xit. ux.
345 x. m Cincinnati Express.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a. m. ; Louisville 6:85
a. m.; Indianapolis 4:i5 a. m. Passebgors by
this train reach tho above points IU to 30
llOL'KS In advance of any other route.
t"Tha 3M" a. m. emrcss has PfTf.i.VAM
SoKEPl.vO CAR from Cairo to Cincinnati, with
out changes, and through sleepers to St. Loots
Fast Time East.
Pa sisiPll (TPra hy this line go through to East.
I Ui5JlllhCia ern Dolnts withnnt n rials
caused by Snnday Intervening. The Saturday after-
loon train irora cairo arrives in new York Monday
norning at 10:35. Thirty-six hours In advanced
ot oiner ronte,
tWFor throueh tickets and further Information
apply at Illinois Central Kallroad Depot, Cairo.
j. u. ju.mis, Ticket Agent.
A. O. HANSON, Oun. Pasa.Aitent. Chicago
R R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL U.R.
Tra.ns Denart. Trains Arrta.
tMail 2:aia.m. I tMall ....4:0!;a.m.
Ksurcss 3:4.i n.m tExnruixi 11e20 m
ibt. Louis Ex.li.-ap.m. tSt. Louis Ex. 2:15p,m.
I. c. u.R. (Southern Division.)
tMail 4:4.5 a. m I tN. O. Ex... 11:10a.m.
tKxp'ess t0::) a m. tN. O, Ux 4:30p.m.
tAccora 3 45 p.m. I
st. l. St c. n. r. (Narrow-eauee).
Express 3:00 a m. Express 1:15 a.m.
fc.x. 4. Mail. ...U):) a.m. 1 Ex. Mall. ..4:10 p.m.
Accom 12:e5o.m. I Accom 2:00 o.m.
ST. L. I. M. R. It.
tExpress 10:30 p.m. tExpress 2:30 p.m.
W 8T. L. A P. R. R.
Mall & Ex 4 (0 a.m. I 'Mall & Ex. ..9.30p.m.
auoiii i.v'i p.m. i -Accon iu::)0a.m.
Freight 7:45 a.m. Freight 6:43 p.m.
MOBILE A OHIO R. R.
Mall .. 5:55 a.m. Mall 8:10 p.m.
Dally except Sunday, t Dallv.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OP MAILS.
Arr at Dep'rs
P. O. TmPC
I. C. R. R (throuK&lock mall).. 5 a. m
" " " ..11:10am Sp. m.
" (way mail) 4 30 p.m. 9 p. m.
" (Southern Dlv 5 p. m. 9 p. m.
fron Mountain It. H 2:3'p.m. 9 p. m
Wabash R. H to p. m. 9 p. m.
Texas t St. Louis K. R 7 p. m. 6 s. in.
St. Lonls A Cuiro It. R 5 p. m. 9:30 ant
Ohio River 3 p. m. 4 p.m.
Miss Itiver arrives Wed., Sat. 4 Mon.
" departs Wed., Frl. & Sun.
P O. gen del. op. n from 7:30am to 7:30 pm
P.O. box tie! . oi tn from 6 a.m. to 9 p. m.
Snndays gee. del. open from. ...8a. m. to Ida. m.
Sundavs hux del. open from. ...6 a. m. to 10:80am
t?-NOTE.-C'nani;es will be Dnhliihed from
time to time in city papers. Chango your cards so
cordlugly. W.M. U. MLTRPUY. P. M
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, Under the
Law of 1883.
Successor to Widows and Orphans Mutaal Aid So
ciety, organized July 4th, 1877, under
the laws of 1874.
J' UN II. HOP.INSON President
VV.M. 81 RAT r N Vlce-Prtsldent
J. A. UOLUSTINE Treasurer
C. W. DUnNIMJ Medical Adviser
THOMAS LEWIS Secretary
BOARD OF DIRECTORS for 1st YEAR.
Wm. Struttou, Strntton Bird, rroiers, Cairo, 111.,
J. A. Goldstlne, nfiiohlstlne A Rosunwater, whole
sileaiiilret.nl drv good; C. W. Dunning. M. D. ;
Pre. I!d. Med !x.. fur Pensions; Albert Lewis,
commission merchant; J. II. Robinson, county
judge, an" notary public; Wm. F. Pitcher, com.
broker and Insurance aitent; R. II. Balrd, cltr
street supervl'r; M. Phillips, carpenter and build
er; '1 nomas Lewis, attorney and secretarv ; K.V.
P:erce, attorney at-law, DuQnoin III.; E.G. Pace
cashier of centennial Bans, Ashley, III.; Albert
llnilen. cashh r of Uuorgo Connelly & Co., Spring
He lit. I I ; II. M nuun, attorncy-at-law, 16s Kaa
dolph street, Cliicnitn; Hon. Robt. A. Hatcher, at-tomev-atlaw,
Charleston, Mo. ; II. Lelghton,
cashier First National Hank, btnart, Iowa.
For Salo bv