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- THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:, TUESDAY MOKNlNtJ ' APRIL 29,
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For the Cure of Coughs, Colds,
Hoarseness, I5ronchitis,Croim. Influ
enza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In-j
cipicnt Consumption and for the re-!
lief of consumptive .ersons in advan-i
ced stages of the Disease. Tor Sale
by all Druggists. I'jice, 25 Ccnts.l
AND DLOOD DISEASES.
PHYSICIANS ENDORSE IT HEARTILY.
"KJUncy-Wort u the mot eucccMful nnnedy
Kidney -Wort Is always roiiablo."
:v,a i,' N' Clark- Vt.
aney- Wort has cured my wUo after two years
ul&nae." Dr. c. il. Summcrlin, Sun IIW. Oa.
IN THOUSANDS OF CASES
It has cured where all elm had failed. It t. mild,
but efficient. Kit TAJ 3 is li, ACTION, but
harmlcsa la all cases.
trit eleanx-a the Blood and t rena-l hem atd
7? ,wJ',fe 10 ail th Important organs of
the body. The natural action of the KidAya la
restored. The Liver la clcanaod of alldUKaae
and the Bowel move tmr.ly and healthfully.
In Uua way the worst diabase aro eradicated
from the system, g
PBCK, II 00 UqriD OS DEV, 801.0 Br DBtOGlaTS.
Dry can be sent by mail.
WELLS, li l( 11 AlUlSOt A-1 0.BurlBrtea Vt.
The kidneys act an puriSi rx of the blood, and
li'n their fur.rtiona arc interf-red wi:h throngl
weakness. Ciey need toning. They become h'slth
fully active by the use of llneutt-r a Stomach
Bitters, when falling fhort of relief Irom other
sources This superb stimulating tunic al-n pre
vents and arrests fever and aiue, mnstlpstinn,
liver romp ainf, dyspepsia, rhenmaliem and other
almews. Vm It with retn:arit .
Kor ale In all druggists and dealers generally.
. OUT OF ORDER.
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7 30 'UNION SQUARE NLWYORK.
FOR SALE BY
fl.Steagala& Co., Cairo, 111
Whose debility, exhausted
power, prcmattiie tlefiiy
and failure to perform HIV
duties properly aro caused by
e.ec--es, error of youth, etc.,
will rind a p 'rfeet and InKtinx
roHtoriitinn ( roliuot lienllh
1 nnn vliriiiii t:inliool in
iATHE V.ARSrOia BOLUS.
k. -ieii 111 r niniiui. il ilrui-'L'iiiij nor
in truinents. I h' I rent ment nf
Xei-voiia Debility and
lh valf.nl v iMTiiiiFtirniltf
nceessful beeaiine baed on p. rln t dimrnimia,
new 11 nil dlrret IDethnda and ahmluta Ihnr.
ouahnraa. Full infnrmatinn and Trvatiae free,
AilurHKa f ;unnult in Phynieinn ut
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P V CELEBRATEO ?
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CO IT, LEGS !
Inauguration of tho Groat Six
Days' Podestrian Match at
The Men Who Go as Thy Please for Big
Records and Bio; St:.kfls-Ei!peoi-ully
How They Loo!:, Haw Th?y Walk and
How They Stand 0.1 the Ssjre
Nkw Yokk, A; ril I'ft.- -Tin; frnat hIx
days' ' i)C(f.t.i:in c-o:il. t ut Midlson
S(Uaru Gai do.i, ,lnch is c.;ijcte(l to lead
all iH'fVioim rt'conls of ilisi.un;u covered,
coiiinu'inrud ir.)iiiit!y at twelve o'clock
last ni.'it in llic presence of a laryo
audience of Much heller social custe than
ba.s geiiui-ally witiit's.sc'l th'.-.pfuiuguii;lits
of the pa' t.
1UK IA1' ok 1 II K
brought tin; men oui h than a luiuute
before twelve o'clock. They wore In a
variety of wraps, from overcoats to blan
kets, and t lie lu li;!it joi k. y c:;ps on their
protnidim; heads were the unly bit of
showiness during the wry brief wait, but
when they threw oil thise protectors aud
stood ringed In rows, four abreast, ac
cording to numbers previously drawn,
tliey were pres-utablo tnuiili In their
At the word "o" they set out somewhat
slowly, perforce, because tlpy wen; so
close, y bunched that jo.tli eiif would have
been dangerous. Old Campaiia beiut; in
front, was tho tirst to dash ahead aud by
the time he comp!et(d the lap the rest
were pretty well .-truui out. Fitzgerald,
who hud been placed in the rear, lost no
time in getting ahead in the' rapid hour's
run with which he always begins a race.
He led in
Tin: i iit 1 mii k
in G : 10 and in three miles lu 21.40. Nore
mac and Howell drew U on FU.gerald
and the three scored live miles together;
then llarty made haste lor a mile so ef
fectually that he scored six in forty-two
minutes, at which point ho was leading.
He continued for a w hile to make exactly
a lap in a iiiinnt.
1 in: mtsT liot n.
The score at the end of the lirst hour was
Ib rty k Kit.ifeiHld
Nitaw 7 3
I'linetint 7 4
( aiiipiinu 7 4
I.oun-ljury H 3
The above lls;ures show to the reader,
quite as clearly as the expert spectators
saw it, that nobody was forcing the pace.
The men credited with eilit even miles
scored right together.
At the end of the seeon I hour the score
lioieli 1 .14
r iiKi raid l"-4
1 'ny 114
Till lill Mill
u up out ..
At in a. m
the f illowin;
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Noren a . . .
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VlM.J. i a ll.
Hun e l
scout: at 1:: m.
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Nkw York, April 2s. About 1,0 ti) per
sous were scattered about Madison
Square (Jarden at nine o'clock tills morn
liuj. As the inornins hours disappeared the
crowd melted away considerably, leavini;,
however, a good number watching the
progress of the race, which at present
seems to center between Howell, Day,
Noremae and Fitzgerald. From the time
stand-point, the race for the first ten
hours is poor, beins almost an hour, or
seven miles, behind the record. This,
however is caused by the caution of the
men, none of them daring to force the
pace from the outset and thus run the
chance of a premature breakdown.
Howell's stride never seems to vary an
iuch, he trots along In the same old fa
miliar style. Fitzgerald plows along In
his ungainly stride like a spavined horse.
Little Day looks as if he could stay a
month. He runs with his shoulders well
thrown back, and a sleeveless shirt well
displays the muscular moveineut of his
arms aud shoulders. He will be one of
the most dangerous men in the contest.
Noremae is making a grand race. He was
about four miles behind Kowell at nine
o'clock w hen a spurt brought him closer.
Little Vint Is doitu; steady work and will
certainly stay to the finish, llerty prom
ises to make a better tight than' before.
Lounsbury's stomach began to trouble
him at six o'clock this morning. Itlooks
as if he would succumb. Sullivan and
Thompson are also suffering from qualms
in the stomach. Nitaw is the most
graceful runner. Catnpana trots around
with the briskness of a two year old
colt, l'auchot, looks tired already, and
no doubt will drop out.
SCHKK AT 2 V. M.
Vint 74 8
Il.Tty 7!l 4
( ami ami .17-4
Conference of Colored Men.
Tn rsiuiuiii, 'a., April 28. The
National Conference of Colored Men,
which convenes in this city to-morrow,
promises to be one of unusual and
lively interest. Illinois, Indiana, New
Jersey, Rhode Island and Philadelphia
delegations have arrived aud others will
reach here in time for the opening of
the convention to-morrow morning.
AN OHIO CYCLONE.
Great Lobs of Life and Destruction of
Property Near Dayton.
Dayton-, ()., April 28. About five
o'clock Sunday afternoon a destructive
cyclone swept over Montgomery and
Green counties, Ohio, devastating every
thing In its path. It was about au eighth
of a mile wide, and swept over the
country with terrillc force aud fury. Tho
air was black with trees, stones, timber
and the ruins of houses. The little town
trf Jamestown was completely destroyed.
Two-thirds of tho buihlings were torn
down, six people killed, and a sore
or more seriously Injured. The folw
lug Is a list of the dead so far reporid:
Letta Jenkins, Katie Uotcler, Stella Joes,
Mrs. Mary Stewart, Mrs Auna Carpeter
and George Paul. Two or three bunded
people were rendered homeless. Eletn
freight cars loaded with cl,
which were side-tracked near Jams
town, were whirled from the trek
and wrecked. Frank Kucha.'
house near Carrolltou was ba.ly
damaged. The Soldiers aud Sailors r
phau's Home at Xeuia was unroofed o
gether with several other buildings, lie
loss at the latter place is estimated it
810,1)1"). At Alexanderville one lady vs
killed and several severely Injured, it
llellbrook, Greene County, at least flften
farm-houses were more less or dainagd.
CULTIVATING HIS WINGS
By tho Timo Frank Jamos Ilia
Boon Acquitted by a Few
He Will be a Full-Fledged Antral, Jist
Like the Sainted Jesse The
Hero of the Hour.
IJ00.W11.1.K, Mo., April 28. Theblgg.st
citizen of Cooper County to-day Is Shelff
Kodgers, who arrived this morning, leid
lng the redoubtable Frank Jaues
at the tail of his triumphal car, thoujh
crowned w ith the laurel wreaths of Mis
sel Shoals and the glorious victory at
Huntsville. The prisoner was lmmeJi
ately lodged in the County Jail to awiit
trial for complicity In the Ottervllle trtin
robbery. A large miscellaneous crowd
gathered at the depot to meet him.
In the old days when the thoroughbred
horse and his silver-mounted pistols were
among his best friends, Frank James occa
sionally honored the adjoining county of
Pettis by visiting Major John Edwards In
Sedalia. One bitter cold night a loue
horseman pulled rein in front of the bun
orrut ofllce there and asked to see Major
John. He po'ltelv but firmly declined to
dismount and warm himself, but sat firm
ly In the saddle with the holsters un
buckled and the pistol hilts In easv reach.
I he talented editor, with
A shiver and ax ovkrcoat,
went dowu to the street aud, standing
upon the curbstone for an hour, earnest
ly discussed the particular scheme that
trank James then proposed for return-
III!' to IJOod Citizenshin. In those ihiva
Frank was always planuiug to remove
the stigma of outlawry from himself and
comrades, and trusty, Influential editors
In Central and Western Missouri were
not infrequently consulted by him.
Hut this distinguished soldier of the
highway lias not paid an otlicial visit to
Cooper County since the 8th of July,
18Tii, on which date the Grand Jury rec
ords narrate that James and his com
panions had a train Inspection to make
in Hock Cut on the Missouri Paelllc Hoad
near ottervllle. It wa.s the first serious
8I.NCK HIS HONEYMOON
with pretty Annie Kalston and the last be
fore the evil day of N'orthfleld. Anne was
a wee bit of a girl weariug short petti
coats and long pantalettes Iu the sulphur
ous times when Frank, a beardless boy,
was making for himself a name of terror
iu the tierce border vendetta of
Quantrell's Guerrillas and Jenui
son's Jayhawkers. The close
of the war found her father,
Colonel Sain lfcilston, of Independence,
not as wealthy as he had been, but still
in comfortable circumstances. She re
ceived the best educational advantages
that Independence could afford, and is
said to have carried off the highest hon
ors of her class. Colonel Kalstou's
hospitable doors was always open to
the proscribed men, and as she grew
into beautiful womanhood Anne saw
them often. She listened to Frank
James' tale of love much as Desdemona
listened to Othello, and loved him be
cause she did pity him. One tine day
iu 1S75 there was an elopement from In
dependence and a marriage in Leaven
worth, Kas. Colonel Ralston had lost a
daughter aud Frank James.
HAD WON A liHIOK.
It was the best thing that ever hap
pened to the outlaw, for probably saint
nor sinner ever had a more faithful aud
Doubtless Frank would have been will
ing enough to have shakeu off his wild
companions after his marriage and set
tled down to a quiet life. Hut that was
impossible; and a man of family must Je
up aud doing. The story of the
is that it was arranged In the lead mining
districts of Southwest Missouri by Frank
and Jesse James, Cole and Bob Younger,
Charlie Pitts, Hill Chadwell and Hobbs
Kerry. Jesse James was the leader in
this as iu all similar enterprises. A few
days after the lirst of July the bandits
appeared iu groups of three or four in
the neighborhood of Ottervllle. On the
eighth day they rode, by pairs, to the
rendezvous near Rocky Cut. Hob
Younger, Clell Mider and Charlie
Pitts were detailed to capture the
watchman at the bridge. Hill Chad
well and Hobbs Kerry a greeu baud at
the business were told to mind the
horses. Other members of the gang
piled stones aud old cross-ties on the
track at the mouth of the cut. When the
train came along at eleven o'clock that
night a red lantern waved by Charlie Pitts
brought the locomotive to a standstill
with the cow-catcher just touching the
pile of obstructions. The robbers imme
diately surrouuded the train and with
drawn revolvers compelled the passengers
to stay quietly inside the coaches. Jesse
James sprang into the express car, and lu
his own persuasive way soon Induced the
messenger to open the safe. lie emptied
into a sack and the freebooters rode off
Into the woods to divide tho spoils. After
tliis interesting ceremony had been per
formed by Frank Jsnies, the robbers re
mounted aud rode off rejoicing, each
going his own way. Hobbs Kerry went
traveling about in Southwest Missouri,
Kansas and Indian Territory, trying to
destroy all the whiskey in that part of tho
country, spending his money freely and
talking with both ends of his tongue.
The detectives "finally gathered him lu,
and he gave away the story of the Otter
Frank James Is the only survivor of tho
Ottervllle reunion. The gang's next ad
venture was at Northtleld, Minn., where
Clell Miller, Charlie Pitts aud Hill Chad
well were killed and the three Youngers
were captured, after being riddled wlU
Monday Evening, April 28, 1884.
The weatlmr coutiuuci wet and gloomy,
though warm to day. People in this sec
tion appreciated to its fullest extent tho
bright suDHlune of tho closing days of last
Business is comparatively dull, though
there is some movement in leading articles
and prices as a rule are firm and unchang
The river continues to decline and will
undoubtedly be at a low stage when the
June rise comes out.
FLOUH-Quiet and unchanged. Calls
for round lots aro few and stocks aro
HAY Receipts aro light and tho de
maud is not so active. Prices are higher
on choice but common will not sell.
COKX The market is bare of choice
milling corn; rejected is dull.
OA.TS Tlie market is brisk, feeling
firm and stocks good.
MEAL Firm with a steady demand for
choice city brands.
BH.AN More plenty and a shade lower.
BUTTER Finn and unchanged. Choice
sells readily at Inst week's quotations.
EGGS Easier. Shippers offer ll12c.
to-day for round lots. The market is well
CHICKENS Scarce and in active de
mnnd at an advance OTer prices f last
APPLES -Choice snd fancy are very
i-caice and in active demand.
POTATOES Dull aud unchanged.
Saless an(4 Quotations.
NOTB. The prtcea nere zivunaretor aalea from
Brat hand In round lota. An advance li
charged for broken Iota m ttillnirorilera.
2 Oblila (xtra Fancy
!W hbla varioua grade
m bhls XXX
'JlO bbU choice
.... 3 til
3 rara gilt edge amall bale..
Scars iholce, amall bale
1 car mixed
2 cars cho'ce white In bulk..
3 cars cbolce mixed la balk..
4 cart In bulk
7 cars cbolce Northern in bulk
No. 2 Hed, per bit
No. i Medilerauean...
8)0 bbla Cltv on orders S 85 3 SO
In sacks 85
5O0 pounds choice Northern Dairy.
9Ki ponnds choice Northern
5i0 pounds Southern Ills
40 pounds creamery
VO doten 12
12i0 doisen 131'J4
Laig choice M 50
Smail i) (xi
6 coops choice hens $ir3A 50
10 coops mixed 2 oOiti 75
Per bW choice Ben Davis 5 50
" ' Rone Beauty 5 50ii 10
Small varieties 4 to
Choice Komaul.es 4 en
Qenatons :) 50
Unmet 4 OOH 50
Lemons 3 004 530
Choice red 2 5f&3 0
Choice yellow .'a 50:) 0
Peach Blow pe bush, nominal 4OH50
Early Hose per bush nominal
Potatoes per bbl . 1 7511 00
According to size 15 Cfu20 ( 0
Fine unwashed lt(120
Plain hami none
H. C. Hams 14
Clear aidp . .'!!!!ll&12
St. .lohne a; 1 j
Ohio Klvnr j 05
2 till nil el burlaps 9
5 bushel , pi
Peaches, halves and quartern fiv; " f?.
Choice navy S SOa3 00
Choice modi urn -4 75
Choice, Faetory , ta
Cream .' , i
V 1 W
Coon 10 to 65
Xluk .. 10 to 45
Heil Fox 1 no
IVIIdCat..- 10 to 61
Beaver per pound MO to 9 50
Otter ...., 75 to 0(0
UpoasUD 3 to 15
Bear M ..l 00 to 9 00
Calf, Orcon 12
Dry Flint choice 15
Dry Salt.. ... .. ..,.... .. .1
Green Suit ., 6
Plum Green. S
Hhoep Pelts, dry HWO
Sheep Pelts, green . 15i7ll
Damaged Hides ...... M of
Mudlnm Leaf..., ".
,..f'J M83 '
... 4 r.'TiV 5 on
,. 4 ?M'4 5 of
.. H Mkis t JC
.. 7 SUliA 9 'I?
KATES OK FUGIUUT.
Grain Hay Flour Pork
u . cwl- Vcwt. hbl. Wbhl.
Men.i1b.1i -x ru
MwOrl.isna, lj.y . M
Helena, Ark 17'J M
Kllneaton, Miss .... 21 2i 4m juu
Vlckabiirg, Prentess House J'4 per cwt. hlalie
All other war points below Memphis to New 'r
leans, same rates as to K Ineoton.
Loading Iiullets With Air.
Wm. F. Chamberlain, of Norwich,
Conn., lias, after fourteen years of ex
perimenting, devised what I10 calls a
"perfect air-gun." Tho term is a mis
nomer, as tho invention does not relate
to guns but to projectiles. Mr. Cham
berlain does not load a gun with air,
but ho loads tho bullet, and ho thinks
tho invention would do nwny with tho
usn of gunpowder. Tho various parts
of Mr. Chamberlain's bullets aro threo
in n umber. Tho exterior of tho projec
tile is a hollow steel shell. Part two is
a steel end-piece, which screws into
tho shell, leaving the chamber nbovo
tho end-pieco to bo charged with air.
The end-pieco is hollow except at tho
upper end, and has four equidistant
air holes at a point on its stem. A
steel pin lits exactly into tho hollow of
tho end piece, tho end of Iho pin being
flush wiili tho bottom of tho bullet
when it is ready for use. It, is held in
place, when the bullet is charged, by a
delicate wire penetrating the rim of the
end piece. In charging tho bullet with
wire tho end pi. co is screwed in light,
and air is forced into tho chamber by
an stir engine invented by Mr. Cham
berlain. The pin is then sent in and
the wire is fastened. Tho bullet may
be lired in any breech-loading gun of
the right bore. Tho fall of tho gun
hammer breaks tho wiro holding tho
steel pin, and drives tho pin past tho
air holes, the. air charge rushes out
around the smaller end of tho pin
against tho gun breech, ami tho bullet
is hurled from tho gun. The report of
tho air discharge is, correspondingly,
louder than that of powder. Hy adap
tation of tho same principles a cart
ridge is made for throwing shot.
The air-charged bullet, 'Mr. Cham
oerlain says, may be made to lit tho
smallest rillo or the largest cannon.
The velocity with which it is thrown
depends, of course, entirely on tho
pressure of air with which it is loaded.
Mr. Chamberlain has lired a rillo bul
let, loaded with 1GU pound air pressure,
half a mile accurately. The shells
will stand, ho says, 1,000 pounds pres
sure Ho proposes to iuako cannon
balls that may bo fired thirteen or four
teen miles, tho long-rango possibilities
of tho projectile being limited only by
the cohesive power of tho steel. Ho
avers that his charged projectiles aro
ready for uso after any lapse of time,
and that there is no danger of the
bursting of tho piece, as over-pressuro
of air merely starts a seam in tho
metal, instead of shivering it. For
rillo or musket shootitig a leaden bul
let is used.
She Knew She Was Hight,
"Is tho gentleman of tho house inP"
"Yes, sir; ho air."
"Can I see him a moiuout?"
"No, sir; you can't sec a hide nor
hair of Mm!"
"Wbv can't I, madam? I would liko
to speak to him on business."
"If you was a dyin', an' Jim war tho
only doctor in Dakoty. you couldn't sot
nn eye on him till ho gives in an' talks
decent. At dinner, a while ago, he tolo
mo to pass Mm tho apple soss, an' I
tol' him it wasn't soss but sass, nn'
1 tol' him that w'eu lie ttik a notion
that a little apple sa.-s'd feel soothin'
to his stomaek, to say so, nn' ho said
he'd have that soss er die. Tlw-n I tol'
him I'd defend that suss with life, 1111'
he made a break up through the scuttle
inter the iofl. Wen his senses cotuo
to him an' ho gives in that sass is sass,
ho kin cum down, but if ho makes a
break afore that, oil' goes the top of his
head. Thar sets the u-s, stranger, an'
thnr's Jim up in the loft, nn' that's the
way the matter stands jist now, an' I
reckon you'd better mosey along an1
not get mixed inter this row!"
As the gentleman moved away, ho
heard her voice saying:
"Jim, w'en you get tired o' yer darn
foolin' an' want this sass, je's' squeal
And a gruff voice from the darksome
"S l'JILmurrk Tr,Liuic.
"I have been married now," boasted a
pro?y old fellow, "moro than thirty years
and have never given my wife a cross
word; nor have I ever been without a buttle
of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup in case of a cold
Whv suffer with Malaria? Emorv's Stand-
ard Cure Pills are infalliable, never fail to
cure tho most obstinate cases; purely vege
table. 25 cents. (2)
in ARKANSS AND TEXAS.
Alone the lino of tho St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
I'l.cilic Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands of
acres ot the choicest farming and grazing
minis in the world, ranging in price from
$2.00 to $300 and $4.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and cmlort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a ccpy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
in 1882, and make up your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that the crop
for i883 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 fur ticket? or freight
over the Companies lines.
H. C. Towukend, Qeu'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis. Mo.
JOTICE TO C INTRACTOKS.
Omen of Crrr Ci.bhk, i
Caiko, 1 I., April 21st, 18SI. )
Scaled proposals will be received at this office
UD to the meeting of the City Council May Sih,
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IPTt, IWI iuihibui". .v...w,tu pini ungu anil
publishing counrll proceedings, notices, ordi
nances, &c, as nqnlred by the ordlraucesof tho
city. Council reserved the right to reject any aud
all bids. For full particulars apply to
2i-l2t D.J. FOLEY, City Clerk.
LMNOLS CENTRAL K. R
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv Line Running;
O DAILY TRAIN
Making Direct Conneotioh
Trains Liayi Cairo:
Arriving In St. Louis 8.00 a.m. ; Chicago. 8:30 p.m. j
Connecting at Odin aud Effingham for Cincin
nati, Louisville, Indianapolis and points East.
1SJ:5 p. m. Kust St. I.ouia and
Arriving lu St I.ouls 6:45 p. m., and conncctlnf
for all points West.
3:45 p. m. .Cast Kxproesj.
For St. I.ouls and Chicago, arriving at St. Louis
10:15 p. m., and Chicago 7:20 a. m.
3:-i5 p.m. Cincinnati Express.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a. m. ; Louisville 6:55
a. m.; Indianapolis 4:05 a. m. Pasengere by
this train reach the above points la to 3tJ
Uol'lts In advance of any other route.
reThe 3:45 a. m. express has PULLMAN
SOKEPInQ CAH from Cairo to Cincinnati, with
out changes, aud through sleepers to St. Louis
Fast Time East.
r A 'i'sftt 0"P I'U UT lhlB "ne go through to East.
1. tio.-iiiii.ia ,.ru points without any delay
caused by Sunday Intervening. The Saturday after
aoon traiu from Cairo arrives in new York Monday
nnrniugat 1U:35. Thirty-six hoursia advanceol
nv other ronto,
llf-For through tickets snd further lnformatloa
apply at Illinois Central Kailroad Depot, Cairo.
J. H. JONES, Ticket Agent.
A. O. HANSON. Gun. Pass. Agent. Chicago
K. K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Truius depart. Trains arrive.
t M ail :20 a.m.' I tMall 4 :( 5 a. m .
Express 3:45 p. m. 1 1 Express 11 :45 a. m.
Sl Louis Ex 12;25 p. in. I tSt Louis Ex 8:15 p. m.
I. c R. it (Southern Division)
tMall 4:45 a.m I tN. O. Ex ..11:10 a. m.
tExprees I0::)0a.ni. I tN. O. Ex... 11:10 a.m.
tAccom 3 15 p.m. tN. O. Ex 4:30p.m.
ST. l. & c r. r. (Narrow-gauge).
Express 3:00a m. I Express 1:15 a.m.
.10::)a.m. Ex. Mull. ..4:10 p.m.
,12:05 p.m. I Accom 2:00 p.m.
ST. L. A I. M. R. R.
.10:30p.m. I tExprees ..2:30 p.m.
W., ST. L. A P. R. R.
Mull A Ex.,
...4:00a.m. I 'Mall Ex.
,.4:00 p.m. 'Accom ...
...7:45 a.m. Freight....
mobile 011 10 11. r.
....5:55 a.m. Mail 9:10 p.m.
Dally except Sunday.
B.KKIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAIL9.
Arr at I Dep're
P. O. f m PC
I. C. II. R ("through lock mall).. 5 a. m
" " " ..ll:S0a.m 3p. m.
" (way mall).. 4:30p.m. 9 p. m.
" (Southern Dlv 5 p. m. 9 p. m.
fron Mountain K. R.. 2:3up.m. 9 p. m
Wabash K. K lu p. m. 9 p. m.
Texas St. Louis K. K 7 p. m. 6 a. .
St. Louis A Cairo R. R 5 p. m. 9:30 ant
Ohlokiver 2 p. m. 4 p.m.
Miss liiver arrives Wed., Sat. Mon.
" departs Wed., Fri. Sun.
P 0. gep del. op. n from 7:30 am to7:30 pa
P.O. box del. oi cn from 8 a.m. to 9 p. m.
Sundays gee. del. open Irom. ...8a. ni. to 10 a.m.
Sundavs box del. open from.... ti a. m. to 10:30 aim
I -NOTE.-Changes will be published from
tiuie to limn In city piipers. Change your cards ao
cordiugly. WM. If. MURPHY. P. M
617 St. Charles St, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A raiular Ornduste of two medical
colleges, lias been lonirei engaged In the treat
nientof Chronic, Nervous, ISklil and
Ulno.t Diseases than anv other physician In
tt. Louis, as city papers show and alf old resi
dents know. Consultation at office or by mall,
free and Invited. A friendly talk or Ills opinion
costs nothing. When It Is inconvenient to visit
the city for treat men t, nie.llelues ruu be sent
by mall or express evervwhere. Curable cases
guaranteed: where doubt exists It la frankly
stuted. tailor Write,
Nerrons Prostration, Debility, Wsntal anil
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and other
affections of Throat, Skin anil Bones, Blood
Impurltlss and Blood Poisoning, Skin A flec
tions, Old Sores and Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriage, Rheumatism, Piles. Special at
tention t cases from over-worked brain.
SIROICAL CASKS recelre special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Excesses,
Indulgences or Exposures.
It is self-evident that a physician paying
particular attention to a class of cases attains
great skill, and physicians In regular practice
all over the country knowing this, freouently
recommend cases to the oldest oltlee lu Ameri
ca, where every known appliance Is resorted!
to, and the proveil good reiundie. of all
ages and countries are used. A whole house Is
used fur olllce purposes, and all are treated with
skill In a respectful manner; aud, knowing
what to do, no experiments are made. On ac
count of the great number applying, the
charges are kepi low. often lower than Is de
manded by others. If you secure the skill and
f et a speedy and perfect life cure, that la tha
inportant matter. Pamphlet, M pagca. Sent
to any address free.
Elegant cloth and frllt bin. ling. Scaled for M
centsln postage or currency. Over nily won
derful pen pictures, true to life, articles on the
following subjects: Who may marry r whonoti
whyU Proper aire to marry. Who marry Jrst.
Manhood, Womanhood. Physical decay. W ho.
should n.arrv. How Hie and happiness may be
Increase.!. Those married or contemplating
marrvlug should read It. It ought to be read
by all adult persons, then kept under lock and
key. Popular edition, sameas above, hut paper
cover mid tw pui;es, to cents by mall, lu mousy
V.J -f.7aaW i.
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