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TUB DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MOUN'INU APRIL lfi, 1831.
THE DAY OF BATTLE,
The Morriaon Tariff Bill to Ba
Forced to An Iasuo
The Probabilities in Favor of a Victory
For the Bandall Crowd, Reinforced
, By Eepublicans.
Tb Plumed Knight Enters the Lists
in Earnest He Is a Candidate
and Expects to Win.
The Morrison Bill.
Washdjoton, D. C, April 14. Indica
tions point to a forced fight over the con
sideration of the MorriHon Tariff bill lu
the House to-morrow. Morrison nieu who
were oat of the rtty without pairs on the
subject are arriving, and the forces of
both ranks are being marshaled. A
strenuous effort was made to-day by
the I'ennsylvanla Republicans to have
Morrison postpone work upon his bill so
that they might attend the Hurrisbur",
Convention to-morrow, but he positively
declined to grant the request. Colonel
Bayne, a member from Pittsburgh, says
that most of them will secure passes and
leave the city to-morrow morning. He
thinks the House will refuse to take up
the bill by eight to twelve majority, lie
publicans claim they will vote solidly
against the consideration of the bill, with,
perhaps, the exception of Anderson, of
Kansas, and Kttason, of Iowa. The gen
eral belief Is that the nght will come up
after the debate In the form of parlia
mentary tactics, and may not terminate
before Wednesday evening or Thursday.
Will Eeport May First.
WiSHWOToy. I) f. nrll 11 Thi
House Committee on Rivers and Harbors
wUl be ready to report Its bfd by May
flrst. It will appropriate about ten
millions of dollars. Members of the
committee think the bill will not provoke
much discussion, It having been prepared
with great care and the appropriations
reduced to what la considered a mini
mum. Mahone Responsible.
Washington, d. C, April 14. The
Danville investigation was resumed this
morning by Mr. Sherman's sub-committee
with about forty witnesses present.
Among those examined was ex-Congressman
Fulkerson whose testimony showed
that a very large vote was placed at the
last election; that attempts were made to
draw the color line; that white men were
urged to stand together as the negroes
were doing; It was also stated that col
ored men who voted the Democrat ticket
were ostracised by their race. It wa.-fthe
opinion of the witness that .Senator .'la
hone is responsible for the race issue
The Silver Dollar.
Washington, D. C, April 14. The
New York Cotton Exchange has forward
ad resolutions to the House and Senate
petitioning the stoppage of further
coinage of the sliver dollar until such
time a, by home and International legis
lation, some readjustment of the relative
value of gold and silver coins may be
CiTll Service Reform.
Washington, D. C, April 14. The
Civil Service Reform Association of
St. Louis, Samuel Cupples, President,
has forwarded to members of Congress
a resolution, signed by over 100 mem
bers, asking that the act of May 15,
1820, and supplemental acts pertaining to
these, be repealed, so that subordinate
officers of the Government may hold office
during good behavior and a proper ad
ministration of their affairs, and all kin
dred associations are urgently requested
to make streuous efforts in the same di
rection of reform.
The Father of the House.
Washington, D. C, April 14. Hon.
Wm. D. Kelley, the father of the House,
found a beautiful tribute of flowers on
his desk on Saturday morning, placed
there by his fellow-members in honor of
his seventieth birthday. At the Riggs
House another floral offering decorated
Judge Kelley's table at dinner. He was
constantly surrounded by friends at the
Capitol and at his hotel, who warmly con
gratulated him on his excellent appear
ance at three score and ten.
Washington, D. C, April 14. Senator
Inealls presided over the Senate to-day.
Senator Harrison presented the peti
tion of newspaper publishers of Indiana
against the passage of a news copyright
Senator Hale presented a similar peti
tion from the newspapers of Maine.
Senator Piatt presented resolutions of
the Inventors' Convention at Cincinnati
protesting against interference with the
existing patent system of the country.
Senator Dawes presented petitions
praying for the passage of the bill In re
lation to the Kez Perces Indians. One was
beaded by Mrs. James A. Garfield.
Senator Cockrell presented a petition
from tobacco manufacturing firms re
monstrating against agitation for repeal
of the tobacco tax as unwise and detri
mental to their business.
A bill was Introduced by Senator Slater
to forfeit the unearned laud grants of the
Northern Pacllic Railroad and to restore
the same to settlement.
The Naval appropriation bill was taken
up at one o'clock. Senator Bayard spoke
against tacking the steel cruisers appro
priation amendment to the bill. It was
neither , expedient nor right to do this.
The Senate had done its duty, and by a
majority in which he had joined signified
its approval of the proposition to but d a
new American Navy.
Senate. special Steel cruisers amend
ment to Naval appropriation bill passed
the Senate by a vote of twenty-seven yeas
to elgkrteen nays.
Mr. Turner (of Ky.) introduced a iso
lation wrtb a preamble, reciting that
(he boadfeeiden and millionaires have
paid no tuxes for the past twenty
years, and that taxation should be
equal. Thcrefoiv, that there- shall
be levied a tax on all incomes over
83,000 of three per cent., and of live
per cent, on all over 810,1100.
Mr. Ray (of N. II.) introduced a bill
making honorably discharged soldiers
and sailors eligible to Civil Servlcu ap
pointments without Civil Service exam
ination. ALWAYS IN LUCK.
lire. Grant's Bnaaon for Joy at the
General's Defeat at Chicaro.
Washington, D. C, April 14. General
Grant and wife left here for New York
yesterday. General Grant did not return
President Arthur's call. He made it a
rule w hile here to pay no call and accept
no invitations. This has given him the
opportuulty of avoiding Arthur and Blaine
without having Its being taken as au
affront. Grant and Blaine have notspoken
since the Spring of lW), and the only
reason Is the light Rlalue made upon
Grant in the Chicago Convention. If
It had not been for Blaine's vigor
ous lighting, Grant would have been nom
inated. Senator Miller, of California, re
ports a good remark from Mrs. Grant
upon this subject: "I am so glad my hus
band was not nominated In 1H0 at Chi
cago," said she. "Why?" asked Smjutor
Miller. "(h," she replied, "if he bad
beeu nominated and elected, he might
have been assassinated by some crank
like the one who killed poor General Gar
Held. It is disreputable to be put out of
life by a crank. To die for sweet revenge
is one thing, but to be snuff.d out by a
worthless crank is positively Ignoble."
General Grant will not be a candidate
again, notwithstanding the prediction of
some of the political astronomers of the
time. General Grant has fully committed
himself to Lugan, and he Is not In the
habit of going bark on his word.
J5I.A1NE IN THE FIELD.
Hla Backers Saying- He Will Win in
Washington, D. C, April 14. Refer
ring to the predictions being made that
Maine can not be renominated at Chicago
unless upon the flrst ballot, Representa
tive Iiayue, of I'enn., one of Blaine's au
thorized mouthpieces, said this morning:
"All that sort of talk Is baned upon
the balloting at the last con
vention. The circumstances are entirely
different now. There is no great leader
in any of the opposition factions, such as
Grant had In Conkling. Nor is there pos
itive character in either Arthur or Logan,
as there was in Grant. The great tight
was made against Jilaine by Grant's Indi
viduality. Neither Arthur or Logan have
Grant's "individuality, or such a deter
mined lot of support at their backs. I
want to predict that Maine will be nom
inated; that if he does not get it on first
ballot, he will gain on every consecutive
TWO LOADS OK liUCKSnOT.
Carroll County Farmer murdered by a
Ciiiliccthe, Mo., April 14. Thewhole
country hereabouts is out searching for
Glare Glover, who yesterday murdered
Humphrey Bunch and fled. Bunch and
Glover were farmers living fifteen miles
we-t in Carroll County. They had a dis-
pute about a division fence, and in an
angry quarrel yesterday, while both men
ought to have been at church, Glover
tired two loads of buckshot from a
double-barreled shot-gun Into Bunch,
killing him instantly. The shot entered
Bunch's head just above the bridge of the
nose. Bunch was a prominent farmer of
the neighborhood; Glover was formerly
employed by him, but had gotten hold of
a little money and bought a few acres of
adjoining land. A reward of $2,000 has
been offered for the arrest of the mur
derer. A Switchman's Fate.
CuiCAon, III., April 14. Albert Alden,
a switchman in the employ of the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Rail
way, opened the Western avenue switch
last evening for the east-bound train,
and while he was waiting on an
adjoining track, a freight engiue
coming from an opposite direction ran
him down and eut off his head from his
body. The remains were otherwise
frightfully mangled, and were picked up
and conveyed to an undertaker's. Alden
was llfty years of age, and leaves a wife
aud live children at 225 West Indiana
Hot Springs Land Titles.
noT Strings, Auk., April 14. Property-holders
here are greatly exercised
over the recent decision of the United
States Supreme Court In the Rector-Bal-lentlne
land suit by which a path Is paved
to endless litigation concerning the ad
judication of titles given by the Govern
ment Commission. The decision is that
the award of theCommlssIon was final only
so far as the laud department was con
cerned, and Is open to correction in the
court, on the ground that it was a mis
conception of the act of 1877. The decis
ion gives Rector, Gaines aud Hale, the
original claimants, a lighting chance in
some of the most valuable property here.
Frank James' Case.
IIintsville, Ala., April 14. R. B.
Sloan of Nashville, and J. W. Newman
of Fayettevlllc, Tenn., arrived this
morning to assist General Walker in
defending Frank James, The y-ial Is
set for Wednesday next. From the
street talk an Impression prevails that
James will be acquitted. He is defended
by able lawyers, while the Government
will be represented alone by Goveruor
Smith, District Attorney.
Exit Gould's Friends.
Littlk Rook, Ark., April 14. The
United States Circuit Court began Its
regular spring term this morning, the
new Judge, Hon. David J. Brewer, pre
siding. There was a large common law
aud chancery docket; criminal light.
Court appointed Rudolph Frnk receiver of
the Memphis & Little Rock road against
the protest of the company's attorney.
Ho gave a bond of $50,000. E. Sibley and
ail of Gould's friends in the management
of the road go out.
To Investigate the Riot.
Cincinnati, O., April 14. Judge Avery
this morning charged the Grand Jury to
Investigate tho riot and the charges of
bribery, the killing of citizens, militiamen
and police, and of araou In the burning of
Monday Evening, April 14, 1684.
A rain set in last night, with thunder
and lightning, and has continued with very
little intermission up to the present writiug.
The river continues to fall steadily, and
will be entirely eut of the way of the an
nual June riio.
The market as a rule is in a healthy con
dition, with demand and supply in leading
articles pretty well balanced, and values
FLOUR The market is unchanged,
with full stocks and light movement.
HAY Receipts are liberal and demand
fair at quotations.
CORN There is a steady demand for
strictly choice dry corn at 5254 cents.
Rejected is slow at H0Q,'yi cents.
OATS The supply is good and demand
MEAL Steady and in good demand at
BRAN Scarce and wanted.
BUTTER We note a steady demand
for choice at quotations of last week.
EGGS Full stocked and rather weak at
CHICKENS Overstocked and very dull.
APPLES Steady. Choice are in good
demand at quotations.
POTATOES Quiet and easy; nothing
doing of any consequence.
ONIONS Steady and unchanged.
Sales and Quotations.
NOTS. Tte prices Here (riven are ror lalei from
first hands in round lots. An advance Is
cb urged for broken lotsin mitnirordera.
1'iObbU Fancy 5
3n bbls vartoua eradts - i 5028 (O
100 Family . ...... 4 15
l'JO bhls (bo'ce 4 70
100 buls Patent 5 90
3 cart eilt edge email bale 13 50
1 car red top 0
"cars choice, email bale 13 00
1 car mixed .... 10 00
3 cars choice white In bulk ....... M
2 cart choice mixed in balk 5
3 can In bn!k 34
2 cart choice In ba k - 35
3 can choice In balk 35
No. 2 Red. per ba 95
No. i Mediteranean 1 00
5 bbli CUT on orders 2 6022 65
500 pounds choice Northern Dairy 22&25
'" pounds choice Northern roll 20
Jin pounds Southern Uliroll l&TilS
400 pounds creamery ib&jO
i coops choice hem
10 coopa mixed and hens..
...2 SO&i 75
Per bbl choice Ben Davis 4 T& 00
" ' Rome Beauty 4 754JSCO
Small varieties 2 no
Choice Romanl es ..3 504 on
Genatone 2 50
,...2 5"2 75
..... 2 502 75
Peach Blow per bush.
Early Rose pur bush...
Potatoes per bbl
...1 754J.2 do
According to size 15 Cffl20 CO
Fine unwashed ifcfc-JO
Tierces M a;
Halfdo , io
Plain hams ,, none
8. C. Hams. is
Clear sides , 9
2 " none
8t. Johns i 'i
Ohio River 1 05
i hnshel burlaps 9
6 bushel ' 12;.;
Peaches, halves ant! quarters 6 '6H
Applee.brluht , u,fc'
Choice navy 2 50ft s m
Choice medium t eo2 7!
Choice, Factory a
Coon 10 to 65
Mink . 10 to 45
Red Fox 1 no
Wild Cut..- 10 to 5i
Beaver per pound B0 to 2 50
Otter 76 to 6 ( 0
Oiossum 8 to 15
Bear ..! 00 to 00
Dry Flint choice
Sheep Pelts, dry
Sheep Polts. green
Damaged lildes , N...... MM .......
3 75743 if
, 4 bit't 5 Mi
4 7Vi4 5 (
.... 7 5mt 9 'f
Good I U n
Fvrics o" pitr'ciT.
N i Orleans... 1'
Hay Klour l".r'
Vcwt. Whbl. "til.
15 2' 35
W i5 5
nelena, Ark 17-J
Klineston, Miss vj il 45 H7K
Vlcksburn. FrenteM Detune i per cwt. higher
All other war points Mo MeniDhla tuS'uvr Vt-
leans, same rates at to K ineatoi.
The evidence seemed overwhelming
against Edward Johnson, i colored
man on trial fur burglary in I5:tt;ivi:i,
Ohio. His trial had ILted four days,
and tho audience in to.iri. thought him
suro to be convicted. Ho asked per
mission to eimak, and talked for forty
live minutes. II,. fnirly tore to pieces
tho state's li.'Nwoik" of evidence,
plunged iuot of tl.o jurors in tears,
amazed the (.',,u:t, captivated tho au
dience, and ni ide a sj.eecli which tho
Cincinnati papers say lias no parallel
in rude t-loipience much tho days oi
Chief lied J.u.k..:. Ho was admitted.
No invention of the nineteenth century
hit8 worked a greater revolution in house
hold economy or conferred more of a bene
fit on humanity than thebuwing machine.
The first productions were crude aud un
couth in the extreme, uud it was reserved
for American skill and ingenuity to bring
forth a machine of any practical value.
In order to appreciate the great advance
ment which has taken place it is only
necessary to compare one of the machines
built during the infancy of the invention
with one f the latest improved 'vLiyht
Running New Home."
All the really good points contained in
other machines have been utilized in its
construciion. Many new improvements and
devices have also been added, the result of
which is a machine, a nearly perfect as it
13 po;sible t) make one.
For simplicity, durability, ease of man
agement and capacity for work, tho
'Light-Running New Home" has no rival,
and the happy possessor of one mny rest
assurred that he or she has the very best
the world affords.
All who sen I for the company's new
illustrated catalogue, and enclose their ad
vertisement (printed on another piKP) will
receive a set of advertising novelties, of
value to card collectors. Their address is,
NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE CO.,
30 Union Square, New York.
A surprised and happy man was Mr. Ly
man Judd, 112 Temple St., New Haven,
Conn. He writes: "Hid symptoms of
rheumatism for two mouths. One morning
at the store it settled in my hip and I had
to be taken home in a carriage. Thought
I should belayed up for months. Tried
Athlophoros, Uking doses till 2 o'clock at
niglit, when I fell asleep. Next morning
was free from pain, and rheumatism all
gone. Have been entirely free from it ever
since. It is a wonderful medicine."
A Startling' Discovery,
Mr. Wm. Johnson, of Huron, Dak., writes
that his wife had been troubled with acute
Bronchitis for many years, and that all
remedies tried gave no permanent relief,
until he procured a bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery frr Consumption, Coughs,
and Colds, which had a magical effect, and
produced a permanent cure. It is guaran
teed to cure all Dise.ses of Throat, Lungs,
or Bronchial Tubes.
Trial Bottles Free at Barclay Bros.' Drug
Stor. Large Size $1.00. (5)
An End to Bone Scraping'.
Edward Shepherd, of Hairislmrg, 111.,
says: "Having received so much benefit
from Electric Bitters, I feel it my duty to
let suffering humanity know it. Have had a
running sore on my leg for eight years; my
doctors told me I would have to lisve the
bone scraped or leg amputated. I used,
instead, three bottles of Electric Bitters and
seven boxes Bucklen's Arnica Silve, ard
ray leg is now sound and well."
Electric Bitters are sold at fifty cents a
bottle, and B.icklen's Arnica Salve at 2oc.
per box by Barclay Bris. (5)
Avoid cheap goods. The Hop Plaster
cures pains and aches where other plasters
simply relieve, 2.1c. at all druggists. (G)
Photographs, engravings, etc., can be ex
quisitely colored with liquid art cnlars
made from Diamond Dyes. Full dic
tions for this beautiful art work, with a
handsome colored cabinet photo s nt to
any address for 10 cents.
WELLS & RICHARDSON CO.,
AlIVlPA ta Until nr.;
Are VOU distllrlieil at rmrlir Anil l.- '.i.n
of your rest by a sick child" suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth? If so,
ocuu iiunuauu gci a uouie ui mrs. ins
low's Soothing Syrup' for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the noor littln antferpr immn.l
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no misiuKe auout it. it cures dysentery and
uiarrurea, regulates the stomach aud bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation. Anil oii-i tnnn nn.l
energy to the whole Bystem. 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 ana pnysicians in the United Stites,
aud is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Cheap H omi s
in ARKANSAS AND TEXAS.
Along the line of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Ra.lway.Tixus and
Pacific Railway and International aud
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands of
notes of the choicest farming and grazing
lauds in the world, ranging iu pricu from
$2.00 to 300 and 4.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. St.nd your ad
dress to the undersigned for a cr py of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Tex,
In 1882, and make up your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that the crop
for 1883 is 50 per cent larger than th-tt of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
tho Company, and paying one-fourth, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed fur money paid forliekeN nr freight
over the Companies lines.
II. C. Towjjhesd, Gco'l Pass. Act.
St. Louis, Mo.
Emory's Little Cutlinrtic 1'itU ai suffi
ciently powerful for the most robust, )et
tho safest for children and weak constitu
tion!). 13 cents. (7)
A Fair Ofler.
The Voit tic Belt Co., M irslnd!, Mich,
offer to send Dr. Dye's Voltafc Belt and
Applicances on trial, for thirty days, to
men, old or young, afflicted with ntrvoug
debility, lost vitality and kirulied troubles.
See adverti.-ement iu this paper. 2
Ui II. SMITH.
KtiUCUT A HJtlTU.
Grand Central Store.
Manufacturer and Dealer In
6th Strvci, between Com'l Ave. uud Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP A MUNITION
Safe Keanireil. All Kind ol Keys M dti.
HALT T1ME1M, K7EMA. S( t:FI l.A, 'A LD
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li. li, i'iini'l' H, xijiji. t ui i.tinrlt-M, 1 htui I ,Miiiii;i
nii-t l'uis4(tiHi UoimiU, Ku.guuiia, Minljurn, uud
all ilit".i-4' f tin sun.
Fur AituiitU, Cuts, ("Icrp or Soiva, no
rwii- 'iv ii i iir-nitl iti MiihiiiL' -ti.-l (i-':iiin,j ui
l'aiuH')!. kin Cure. It ilues iwt -ui;wL or burn.
KAUAI. CAT.UiKII. ATTtr II IK NI (X'l.l)
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C1mhihi thf tvitriR p nniis natiiml t.ri-iMiiin?,
aii'l prv. in. i iu i iil ;it i.iiH. iiull! i iitnl .iucuiL'
it i a iiii . uiv ! i- Cold in the Heud -w hkh
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PAPILLON MPC. CO., CHICACO
FOn BALE EY ALL EHl'OGlfTS.
For Sale bv
PAUL CI. SCIIUII,
Snecial Alius, in this oit-v
617 St. Charles St., ST. LOUIS, M0.
A. Mcnlnp Ornduntn of two iiKillonl
follt'K.-s, lius b.'i'ii lonirei c uirairvil In the tri'iu
nifiit of l 'liroiiii', NurvoiiH, !SUiu nu.l
JIloo.l Dlsi'ii", -i than iinv other I'liyMrhin In
tt. I.ouli, as city p.ii.ers show nml nil uhl resi
dents know. Consultation at oillce or bv mall,
free an.l Invlte.l. A frlemllv talk orhif opinion
Costs tiothliiir. When It N liieonvetilent to vHIt
the city tor treatment, nie.ll.'lues can he ?ent
hyniallorexi'reM everywhere. Curahle cas. )
Ruaraulecl: where doubt eilsla it 1 fraukly
etaled. Call or Write,
NerToa Prostration, PeMHty, Mental ami
Physical Weaknm, Mercurial ami other
flections o( Throat, Skin and Bones, lllood
ImpurltUs and nioort Poisoning, Skin Aflec
tlnns, OU Sores ami Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriage. Rheumatism, Piles. Special at
tention t cases from over-worked hraln.
Kl IHiirtLf ASKS recelre apeclal attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Kxresses,
Indulgences or Exposure,
It Is self-evident that a vliviielan paving
fiartleiilar attention to a ela-i of cases attain
great skill, and physicians in regular practlea
all over the country know ing thi-, fre.iueiitly
recommend oa-es to the olden oill. e In Ainerl
ca, where every known appllain e It resorted
to, and the proved ioo(l roiil i.'M of aU
a get aid countries a e used, A whole home Is
used forollice iiurpoies, and all are treated wltli
Skill In a respectful manner; and, knowiu
what to do, no experiments re made, (iu ac
count of the great number applying, the
Charges are kept low, often lower than Is il,
inand.'d by other. If you secure the skill aiel
get a speedy and perfect life cure, that is lhi
important mutter, famplilet, otl paes. Sent
to any address free.
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afa.HM.rmatnrh'VKllmMitucra,'iul In. a, ur i, Frmala dlawaa, tie, (' . u
tiltatlxn iwraoiiallr, or by lellor fiaa.
Dr. Kaan la Ilia on If .hr.l, l.u In Ilia
ft UluttnUd IxMk, gm i,g vnr.tii.Uviw, It kj wall. -
LLiXOIS CENTRAL 11. R
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Oulv Lino liunuincj
O DAILY TRAIN
Ma king Dikect Connection
Tbainb Lkati Cairo:
u m. Mail,
arrivlngln St. Louis 1 .00 a.m. : Chicas;o,8:30p.iB.5
'ontic.iiui at (Miu and KtHngham for Clncia
Lull, LouifViile, lnJiunupolu aud poluta Eist.
1 in. Kt.st Bt. I.ouis itnd
V t'stern K.xprettia. -
Arriving' In St I.onla 6:15 p. m.,aad connecting
lur all iminta Weal.
3: -4 5 p. m, fust Kxpr.-sa.
For St. Louia and Chicago, arriving at St. Louli
l'Klj p. iu., aud Chicago ":ju a. in.
M:45 i.in- Cincinnati Kxpress.
Arriviiic; at Cincinnati 7:00 a. m. ; .ouiavillo 6:55
a. m. ; Indiunapolia 4:i5 a. m. PaaaiiLgera br
thin train reach tho above points ly to 30
llOL'HS in atlvauco of any other route.
ifTTha 3:4r, . m. expreaa ha PCLLMAN
KuKEl'l.vl CAK from Cairo to Ciuclnnatl, with
out chunnca, aud through, aleupera to St. Louli
Fast Time East.
I'll "SOIl CPl'Sl ,IJ "ne Ro through to Eatt.
i n.-s--iviici.i ern points without any delay
caueed by Sunday Intervening. Tha Saturday after
won train from Cairo arrives in new York Monday
norniii(;at lu:;i5. Thirty-six hours In advanceof
dm other routu,
tr-Kor throngh tickets and further lnformatlo
ai'plyat IUiuols Central ltailroad Depot, Cairo.
J. U. JON K8, Ticket Agent.
A. II. HANSON. Gen. Pass. Agunt. Chicago
H It. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL U.K.
Tra.na Depart. Trains Arrive.
t.'iuii .ji i.m.
Iht. Louie Ex l'.':J3p.m.
tat. Louis Ex. ii. 13p,m.
i. c. u.u. (Southern Division.)
M ill I. I.i a. m tN. O. Ex... 11:10a.m.
tKxprcss ln:a.m. tN. O. fx 4:3U p.m.
tAccom .'i:l5 p.m.
st. i.. & c. n. it. (Xarrow-cauge).
t.pr.s 3:00a m. Express 1:15 a.m.
tx.AMail....M:;)a.m. Kx. 4 Mall. ..4:10 p.m.
Accom lJ:i5p.in. Accora 2:ou p.m.
6T. L. & I. M. U. II.
tExpress 10:30p.m. tExpruss 2:30 p.m.
W., ST. L. ft P. K. It.
Mull 4 Ex 4:10a.m. I 'Mall & Ex. ..9 30p.m.
Accom 4:00 p.m. 'Accom 10::i0a.m.
Freight T:4fl a.m. Freight ti:13 p.m.
MOHILE A OHIO R. R.
Jliiil 5:.Via.m. I Mall 9:I0D.m.
Daily except Sunday, t Ballr.
DEPARTURE OP MAILS.
9 p. m.
9 p. ax
9 p. m.
6 s. in.
5 a. m.
I. C.K. n.(lhroui;hlock mall).
.11 :ln. m
" (way mall) 4 .30 p.m.
" (Southern Dlv !S p. m.
Iron Mountain R. R i:3Mp.m.
Wabash K. It li) p. m.
Texas St. Louis R. R 7 p. m.
S:. Louis A Cairo R. R 5 p. m.
Ohio River a p. m.
Miss Itiver arrives Wed., Sat. Mon.
4 p. m.
departs Wed., Frl. Stin.
P O. pen del. opi n from 7:30 am to":30 pra
P.O. box del, open from 6 a.m. to9p. m.
Sundars irer . del. nnen Imm.. . Ma m tn to a m
Sundays hox del. open from. ...6 a. m. to 10:30 ata
i tyNOTK. Chauiea will h nnhllhrl r.nm
titllti to tiniH In Cltv ti:ini.ru rhnnira vnnv p.,H.
curcliugly. WM, H. MIrPUY. P. M
Electric Appllancei are tent on 30 Oavi' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLD,
"IrII " uir.'rlnir tnm Nanvoca Dbilitt,
V Lost Vitality, Lack or .Swivs Foa. a ao
inoa, w jstivi WKAK.yasvKS. and all thote dlHttvs
"f l'eiis.jNt. Natl'hs resulting from ABitaa anil
otiii i auskh. SH.iy rrlii.f and complvtu reato-
nttlollof 11 KAl.Tn.Vl.ioH anil MANHOOUUl AKAilTIID.
Tlif ifnui'i. st ilncovtry of the Nineteenth Century,
bend lit once for Illustrated Pumpblet tre. Address
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