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A New York man has shot himself
because ho couldn't slcoit. Ho should
hare shot tho cat.
Borner, the Cincinnati convict, is
shoveling sand in the penitentiary, pre
paratory to learning the moulilinj'
Bismarck savs gentlemen of elo
quence are like ladies who wear boots
much too tight and always try to show
Tobacco has been found upon analy
sis to contain sugar in quantity vary
ing from a mero trace to ns nuah as
10 per cent.
Springfield, Mass., has a local gym
nast who packs himself into a box
measuring 22 inches long by 17 wide
and 15 high.
Mr. PrurnnierJ. Adams, a mechanic
of Kittery, Me., claims to have discov
ered a process by which ho welds cop
per as perfectly and securely as iron.
A new stalactite cavern has been
discovered in France near Cerdon.
Naturalists are busy exploring, in tho
hopes of finding some remains of past
A wholesale tobacco dealer in New
York City claims that cigarette smok
ing is dyins out, and that 1-1. 000, WO
less cigarettes wero sold in 16S3 than
According to the ConxWulion, "soci
ty" in Atlanta, (.In., is giving evidence
that it demands greater intelligence
and a higher education to meet its re
quirements. The population of Mexico, ineludiug
natives, Indians, Spaniards and those
of mixed blood, numbers about lO.Oi.'O,
000. Tho area of the country is nearly
bOO, 000 square miles.
Mrs. Dubuvs, of Pass Christian,
daughter of General G. T. .Sherman, is
the owner of one of the loveliest rose
gardens in Mississippi. S.'io has 3o0
varieties of roses in it.
Rose Coghlan, the actress, smokes
cigarettes, and is said to be the only
woman in America who can pull' rings
of smoke from her mouth. Uu.sc is un
doubtedly a very accomplished woman.
The Franklyn cottage at Kl heron lias
one room entirely lined with cork. It
is arranged in lint, narrow pieces about
ono foot in length, which are made to
tit iu each other. It has the clioct of a
There are 3.500 Edison lights in ten
cotton mills in Fail River, and so pop
ular are they that the hands in one
mill have struck against all work by
gaslight in a mill where they refused
to put in electricity.
The rage for armor continues, and
clocks now come in the steel breast
plates and shields ready to bo placed
on a large frame of plush, shield-shape
with vizors, spiked balls, battle-axes
and other warlike surroundings.
Oleomargarine has found its way
into the English market from this coun
try, and is creating considerable talk
among tho people there. It is certain
to encounter tierce opposition, and
there is a strong proLabidty that string
ent prohibitory laws will bo enacted."
Ir. Charles 12. Clark, of Boston,
while rummaging around in a junk
shop in that city' recently, fmmd some
variable Colonial doeumcuts, worth
their weight in gold. Tho papers were
bought by Abbott Lawrence and by
him they have been given to the Boston
Statistics receutly gathered show
UUl Hie colored liriiMilntiim cf il,n
Lu:te t Mates js lncreashi'r nt tlm i
of m arly two hundred thousand a year
a fact that does not look mu-h 'liko
me immediate exstiuction of the race
which has been so frecij prophesied in
Mr- . .1 . .
i.-.- c mu wne oi Mm neeves.
uiuii uti) : nv, lauies come
to me and say, ! have a daughter who
nvu, i wsini ner to appear in
I'u.i;. n0W long uo you think it
wouiu take to train her nine mouths?'
-Mne years, madamo. Even a boot-
niaKfcr takes seven ' "
Charles Goodnight is a king anion"
rattle kings in Texas, and has fencc3
in Tfifi ( . ..
- iv.,ypj ai 1 -4 WITH I Till ua if , i
v at,Vw h"ad of u,!tl Kivor, in tho
1 anhandle. His ranch contains nearly
twenty-hve thuand acres more than
ciaimuio entire .tal0 ot UhoJo
iuui mm uu DOUght the
from 50 cents to $1 an acre.
A few days ago a lady entered a
wand JUapids storo and asked to be
snown somo dress goods. Sho was
shown a piece at f 1 23 a yard, but this
not being good enough another at $1 00
was handed down, but she still object
ed. Tho clerk then took down tin
first piece shown her, telling her it was
the best In the store at $ 1 73 per yard.
She took ten yards at that prico and
left perfectly satisfied that she had re
ceived tho best.
A Spanish Mormon has just com
pleted the translation of the Book of
Mormon into Spanish, and began mis
sionary operations in M-xico. Ho
makes out that tho Mexicans are de
scendants of the various tribes spoken
of in the book, and teaches that Mexi
co is to become the laud flowing with
milk and honey. This nuits lho"'rpas
ears exactly, as they are constitution
ally opposed to work. Tho conse
quence is ho is making progress.
Bank of England notes will stand al
most anything. They win hohl to-.-th-er
at tho bottom of tho sea and come
out of a furnace intact, but they will
not outlast tho scrubbing, tho bleach
Ing, and tho mangling of the laundry.
That trial, to which they are some
times subjected through tho inadvert
ence of ladies who semi them to tho
wash la their pockets, usually defaces
them, though oven after it their genu
ineness is still recognizable.
A writer In tho Boston Advertiser
complains that teachers In that stato
nro frequently removed without just
cause, and lie calls for tho abrogation
of tho practice of electing teachers for
a single year. "Let this annual humil
iation," ho says, "this crippling anxiety
and this liability of keen and cruel in
justice ceaso. Let teachers bo elected
to servo during cllicieucy and good bo
havior. Let us have no possibility of
this worse than Crook ostracism in
Tho gossips havo found out what it
was that broke down Lord Randolph
Churchill's health, and made him loavo
parliament some weeks before tho close
of last session. One, night ho aud some
fellow statesmen we'ro standing on tho
Thames embankment, nt a friend's
garden gate, when Big Ben struck mid
night. Some ono remnrked upon tho
deliberatencss of the ringing, and wou
dered whether a man could run from
there to the tower steps beforo tho last
nolo was struck. Tho young Tory lead
er thought ho could: a wager was
made, tho following night was appoint
ed for the euterpise, and Lord Ran
dolph won; but ho so over-cxertcd him
self that tho others had to carry him to
bed, and next day his physician order
ed him oil' to Gastcin.
Ladv John Manners imocaches mod
ern luxury in tho Sutional Jlcvicw. The
account sho gives of tho aristocracy in
England is certainly not a litilo sur
prising, lor she represents them as do
ing little else than eating, drinking and
dressing, and tho number and complex
ity of thoir meals suggest the idea of a
perennial gorge, necessarily resulting
n apoplectic sutictv and mental stupor.
Not satisfied with this continual feed
ing, however, the men appear to smoko
like limekilns, and Lady Manners de
clares that "in a few instances tho ex
penditure in cigars amounts to 5 a
day." Who are tho amazing people
who consume worth of cigars every
day? Even at 5 shillings apiece a man
would havo to smoke twenty to make
n the tale. We are afraid Lady Man
ners has been heartlessly deceived on
this head by some wicked young
smoker, but when sho speaks of do
mestic matters sho is probably a good
authority, ln such a stato of society
materialism is tho natural tendency.
So gross a mode of life must disqualify
for any higher view of existence.
Flowers in Paris.
Where do all the while lilacs come
from?" I asked tho nice old woman at
the Madeleine 11 iwer market who has
the contract to keep my vases filled
throughout the winter. "I suppose
you receive them fun N!c or some
other southern point.
'ot at all, monsieur, was her re
ply. "All these pretty Dowers grow
inside of Paris, where certain garden
ers make a specialty of having lilacs in
bloom all the year round. lhe trade
is a new one, as it is only four years
ago that the way of doing so was dis
covered. The. heat of the sun is re
placed by that of tlio greenhouse, and
the plant, deceived by this fictitious
temperature, blossoms forth in Decem
ber just as though it was the month of
Then I learned that tho gardeners
who devote themselves to this branch
of the trade are called dmuf urs ilc lilas
(warmers oi lilacs), and that there are
only five of them in Paris, two atMon
trogue aud the others in tho Quartier
St. l-'argeau. It is geuerally tho Marly
lilacs that are made use of. The plants
are subjected to a temperature of 40
degrees centigrade dav and night and
in a fortnight are in flower, butstrango
to say, the plant will only give white
Mowers under this process. Naturally
they are of a rich purple color. Tho
Persian lilac is tho only ono that does
not lose us color when thus forced to
go contrary to tho laws of nature.
Another strange fact is that the hot
houso lilacs are handsomer and moro
fragrant than those which bloom in tho
open air. The reason is that the gar
deners arc careful to destroy all tho
leaf buds, so that the whole sap of tho
plant ilows to tho flower buds.
i he plants do not dio from tho vio
lence of tho process, but they are so
seriously damaged that it takes them
years to regain their strength that they
nave lost years which must oi course
bo spent in the open air and in ordin
ary soil but their flowers are forever
after white, the coloring principlo
seemingly having been destroyed for
ever. In point of fact, however, tho
chnuffiurs de lilus do not take the trou
ble to replant the poor bushes that havo
suuered so much, lhreo years is tar
too long to wait for profitable return,
so the plants when stripped of their
flowers, are rooted up and cast to ono
sine, aiul when drv are made use of as
kindling wood. Tho live chauffeurs de
lilus in Paris consume iu this way some-
.1 ,M . j ...... . - ...
uimg lino vj'jo plants a year, which
cost them one franc each at the nursery
gardens. Tho flowers they produce
yield them 2,000,000 francs. One-half
of tho crop goes to foreign countries
and the other half is sold here at tho
central markets, where the small deal
ers lay in their stock every day. Paris
Cor. Kan Francisco i'lirvnubt.
1 he uitro-lycerino bomb is a recent
uuiuuou to uustruclivo projectiles, its
nuincami'nMj iu rcilueiug entrench
monts being, it is claimed, unequalled
iu us construction a heavy conical
shod h lirst cast, and so arranged that
onu enu is much Heavier than the other,
one end being closed with a lightly,
littinjr cap, screwed on after ch
The interior of tho shell is divided into
tnreo compartments, each separated
by a heavy plate-glass cap; the divis
ion furthest from the open end is tilled
!. 1 1.1 ' i 1 . . . . .
Nun Miipnuno uciti, ami tno next with
g.yceiitje, and tho outer one with nit
ric acid theso three elements beiu;
tho component parts of uilro-glycerine!
A small opening through the center of
tho cap lining tho open end of tho
projecti.e admits a steel rod, to natdi
end of which is lirmly attached a small
circular piece of metal, the inner end
resting against tho llrst, glass cap; tho
outer cap U then screwed on; and tho
projectile is ready for service. Accord
ing to tho principle of gravitation, tho
heavy end naturally strikes tho ground
first, tho stud rod is driven through
tho plate-glass partitions, tho chem
icals nro mingled, and a ullro-glyceriuo
discharge takes place.
THE UA1LV 0A1U0 BULLETIN:
Thursday Evexiso, June 6, 1884.
The ruin still holds its own; instead of
occasional showers wo have bad rain with
occasional short intermissions all of the
week and the end Is not yet near.
The market is depressed more than usual
on account ot the lmd weather
nave n. changes to note.
Stock are large aud tho demand is light.
1IAY Large stocks and the wet weather
makes it out of the question to handle, it
Prices aro easy and demand light.
CORN In fair supply and steady.
OATS-Plenty and very dull.
MEAL Firm and unchanged.
BRAN Steady and in good demand.
BUTTER Market overstocked and very
dull. Prices are weak and lower.
EQQ8 Scarce and in good request.
CHICKENS The market is overstocked
FRUIT The wet weather has ruined the
strawberry market. Receipts are in bad
condition and greatly in excess of demaiid.
Cherries sell on arrival at 3.503 00 per
Sales and Quotations.
NOTE. The prices Here aiven ate tor sules from
Orel band In round Iota. An ue'vunre Is
charged for broken lotmn niltneorrtirn.
MObtiln extra Fancy 5 BO
4il0 htila varlona grades ,i 6KaO 00
100 Family 4 2
IK) bhla hancv , :
100 bbU choice 5 10
4 cart gilt edge umall bale.... 14 00
8 can prime 1 uo
2 cars choice 14 00
4 cars choice white mixed in bulk 60
5 cars choice mixed in bulk 07
i cars in hulk 33
4 cars choice Northern In bulk ... 84
So. 3 Kcd, per bu 0)
No. i Meiliteraneau . 1 05
orders 3 10.3 15
: a 15
son bhls fttv on
400 bbla City
SO7) pounds choice country
4(Xi pounds choice Northern ..
a id pouuds Southern Ills
su0 poutds country
400 dozen ('.n cae)
510 dozen ln boxes
5 m dozen
coops choice hens
coops mixed ....
..2 7511 00
..4 Tiifrt on
101 crates common
luo crates choice
. 50t CO
l Wai w
1U0 crates, fancy
Ne-v potatoes, per bbl
. a 3i?is oo
..1 (MfU S.'i
..1 0.l jU
Mring beau, pur box
l'tuse, per box
Oranges I 5"f7 5 00
Limona 3 5DE.I Oil
Lou'sinoa 4 -r0i5 0)
Peach Mow per bnsh, seed 50IUpO
Early Hose per bash nominal
Potatoes per bbl 1 1lu,i 00
Per crate 3 00 5 00
t HI 8
St. Johns - '4
Ohio River i i,t
Peaches, halves anO quarters
Choice navy ....
'! WK;3 (Kl
('liolce medium .
Heaver per pound.
10 to (!'
10 to 45
10 to 5
. M to 2 50
75 to 1 0
i to U
1 00 o 00
Dry Flint choice
Sheep Pelts, dry
Hhefp Pi Its, green..,,
1 V. r,
4 bilil 5 '
4 iMl "t
a Ma r
7 M Hi 0 T
RATIiH OK FHRinilT
Oram Hay Pr
k, Vcw- tfi-wt. l,bl.
Momunli la r5 2
lo Or:eau,.. yi ,a
rinena, Ark 17U ti
KllnoKton, MIk a-jVj 82t 45
Vlckuhurg: PrentuM lliiiimi -hi up ui
u uiiibi nmi iuuiia in-law laeinpull to Ni ft
leans, fame ratei a to KiluestoB
n.u..... i.... . . ... ..- 'l
ITiffJAV . MoitNlJiU .lUttE (I, 1681.
Thousands Hastened to their U laves!
Relying ou testimonials written iu vivid
glowing language or somo miraculous
tuns made by some largely puflud up doc
tor or patent medicine has hastened tluiiiv
ands to their yrwes; believing in their al
most liisune laith that tho shiuo iniriicle
will bo pcrlnimed on Mum, and that thcM
tcetimonhils make tho cures, while the s i
callcd medicine is all tho time hiiBteuing
them to their graves. We have avoided
publishing testimonials, as they do not
make the cures, although we Imvu
THOUSANDS ITON THOUSANDS
of them, one of the most wonderful cures,
voluntarily pent us. It is our medicine,
Hop Hitters that makes tho cures. It has
uever failed Hiid never cm. Wo will give
reference to any for miy disease, similar to
their own if desired, or will refer to any
neighborhood in the known world but cun
show its cures hy Hop Hitters.
A LOSING JOKE.
A prominent physician of Pittsburg suid
to a lady patient who was complaining of
her continued i!l helil, and ot his inabili
ty to cure her, j. 'kingly ijiid: "Try Hop
Bitters!" The lady t ok it in eanust and
used the Hitter-', t r in which tdm obtained
permanent health. fhc now hiughs at the
doctor for his j he, but he is not so well
pleased with it, us it cost him a good pa
tient. FEES OF 1) clous.
The lees of doctors is an item thit very
many person- are inti tested in. We be
lieve the schedule for visits is $:i.00, which
would tax a coin ro"(iii d to his bed for a
year and in need of a ilaily visit, over
$1,000 a year lor m dicul attendant! alone I
And one bottle of Hop Hitters taken in time
would save the $1,000 hinl all the yenr's
A lady's w mi.
"Oil, how I do wish my skin was as clear
and soft as y'tirs," said a lady to her friend.
"You enn easily !)-. ke it so," answered the
friend. "Ib w i" inquired the tirst lady.
"Hy using Hop Uutets that make nure,
ricl'i blood and blorniino- health. It did for
me as you observe."
01 VEX IT II Y THE DOCTORS.
"Is it possible that Mr. Godfrey is up
aud at work, and cured by so simple a
"I assure you it is true that he is entirely
cured, and with nothing but Hop Hitters,
and i nly ten days ngo his doctors gave him
up and siid he must die, from Kidney - nd
tue hest tiiixg Kxony
In Hard or Soft, Hot or Cold Water.
FrFS LAHOK, TIMK ami SOAP AMAZ
INGLY, and tfives universal mititfiM-tlon. la
laiuily, rich or poor, bhould bo without iC
Sold by all (irocers. LLWA UK of Imitation!
-ell desit-'iieit to mislead. l'h.VKI.INK is, tbe
ONLY hAFK labor savine compound, anil a
Kbi t bears tho above symbol, aud name ot
OAUIM PYLE. NEW YUlliC
Delivered at CAJRO, 111.,
at the FOLLOWING PRICKS:
Ft. bottom. Ft. stfive. Capacity galr. Trice.
These tanks are made of CLEAR CYPRKSS. IV.-:
inrh'f thlrk. securely booued and are WATKK
TIGHT. They are
Shipped whole rind are well braced
to prevent their bolne racki-d or broken in hand
ling. Kstimutea fumiithed for
Tankfl of any Size,
A. KICJGtt URO.S.,
217 Delord St., New Orleans, Li.
617 St. Charles Su: ST. LOUIS, M0.
A Tjtttlr OrnduntB c: two mpdlcal
colletfes, Inn been lonitei eiiKaKed in the treiit
mentof Clironio, Nervous, Hkiu ami
Jilooil Diseases than any other ihysii-lan In
fct. Loull. asclty P"l'i-r5 sliow ond all Id resi
dents know. Consultation at office or by mall,
free and Invited. A friendly Ulkor 111 opinion
costs nothing. V hen It Is lneoi.venlent to visit
the city for treatment, medicines can be sent
by niallor express everywheie. Curable cases
guaranteed: where doubt exUUK Is frankly
stated. Call or Write,
yenous Prostration, Debhlty, Mental and
physical Weakness, Merfn-.lal ani cthrr
affections of Throat, Kklnand Bonn, blood
impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Artec
Hons, Old Sores and lifers, Impediments to
Marriage, Hhenmatlsm, Piles. Special at
tent Ion t cases from OTer-workfd hraio.
BL'BUICAf. CASKS receive aperlal attention.
Diseases arising from Impmdenm. Kxresses,
Indulgences or Exposures,
It Is self-evident that a physician y ayl n (f
particular attention to a clatscif rasei attalus
great skill, anil physicians In regular practice
all over the country knowing this, freo'ently
recoin men (1 rides to the oldest olllce Ip A inert
ca, where every known niipllunce Is reported
to, and tho proveii good riiitll' of alt
ages and countries are uhciI, A whole house U
iiyod for olllce purposes, ami all are treated with
skill In a respectful manner; and, know.ng
whattodo, noexperlmentsareiiiade. On ac
count of t lie great ininibi r applylnr. the
charges are kept low, often lower than Is de
manded by others. If you (core the ski 1 mil
get a speed v and perfect life cure, thnt s .ho
Important mutter. Pamphlet, 36 pagen, S:ut
to any auure irru.
plates. S MARRIAGE GUIDE I llu
Elegant cloth aud gilt binding. Healed Tor
centslii postage or currency. Over fitly w.i
derl'ulpen pictures, true tollfe, articles on tl
following subject! Who may marry 1 wbon i
whyf Proper age to marrr. Wbomarry fl r
Manhood, Womanhood. Physical decay. W!
Elegant cloth aud gilt binding. Healed for W
cents In postage or currency. Over fitly w.m
derl'ul lien pictures, true tollfe, articles on tlie
U 11 IbT
should marrv. How life aud happiness may be
Increased. Those married or eoutetuplatili-:
marrying should read It. It ought to be real
by all adult persons, then kept under lock and
key. Popular ed Itlon, same as above, but paper
rover and HUU pages, 1i cents by wall, 1 viouey
In the blood is apt to show Itself in thu Sprlnc,
and nature should hy ell means he assts ed in
throwing it off. Hwlfl's Spucltlc doos this ellectlvo
ly. it is a purely vcKulable, non-pot -onous rem
eiiy, which helps nature to force all thetoisou or
taint out through tho pores of the skin.
Mr. Kohert A. Kaslity, of Dickson, Tenn., writes
nudur date of March 10, 1KS4 : "I had chills and
fever, lullowed hv i laumatiHm, for three yeurs, eo
that 1 was not able to attend to my husiiiess; I ad
tr i-d almost evety kind of medicine, and I und
no rdler A friend iecomiiiei,ded Swift's sjpeclllc.
1 tried one buttle and my he:ilth boiau to Improve.
I coutinued ui til I had taken fix biitths, aud it
has set me on my feet, hh found and as well as
ever. I recommend it lo all similarly unTx'ed ."
Letters from twenty-three vi') "I the re
tail druji?ists of Atlanta shv, tm-i r ale .Mur li -.'I
1H.-4: Wusell more of tin'ili'.i h. i c ilf t: hi. io:v
other one remedy, and three t i ten t!ui' ns puch
aa any other b ond medicine W i sell it to ull
clas-ea. and noinv of the K .i r,n I u nu.. ( ..
general health toil ic "
I am snro that Swift's Kpeclflr eav'd t iy lllo I
waa terribly pulHiued with ma arm. ,:n ! nt'veti
1111 til ,1 in. Sveifi'u ttti.ciil.. ..n..t'U.l ...n..
, " , 1'ioiiiiniv
and entirely. 1 t'lluk it tho greatest remedy of
0. . SPKNChR,
Snp't las Works, Koine, lie..
I havo known and used Swift's Spicule for more
than twenty years, ami have :n m- re w iinl. rtul
rHllltn from ,1a Ihu.i f..m u.,.. ...... .1.. i.. .
out nf the Pharmiicopu itt. It Is a certain and ip
anuiiute 10 a:t sorts ot itionit I'o'kiii.
J IJU'KSOX SMITH. M 1)
Our Treatise on Blood aiid Skin Dlsea-en nui:-. 0
fiuc to applicants.
TI1K SWII-T Si'LCIKlf CO.,
Draw, t 3, Ailnntu, li.i.
N. Y COW, 159 W. Sid St., bet Wh A Tlh Avs.
30 UNION SQUARE NL'WYORK.
TOR SALE BY
II. Steagala & Co., Cairo, 111
Causws no Pain.
Gives Jlelicf at
enre. Xot a Li-
- n lit nt w'niifT K k
plied with flnircr. (iive it a Trial.
5')c nt. at drui:iists. tfi cents by mall register
ed. Smd for rirruliir.
ELY I1HOTI1ER3, Dru sts. Owego.X.Y.
For Sale bv
J-f 9 IU. INOE,
Manufacturer and Dealer ln
6th Street, between Com'l Ave. und Levee.
CHOKE BORINO A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMUNITIOX.
Safes lieaaired. All Kinds ol Keys Made.
I CI J "ILVti CUT OF ORDER.
qJ "AS No EQUAL jyj
TSVV-W ft V
LLJiSOLS CEXTKALK. R
Jam-mar. 4J f
Shortest Quifhcst Route
T (I -
St. Louis and Chicago.-
The Onlv Jiino ltunximu;
Q iAIEY TRAIN
V irrom Cairo,
Makino Direct Connkotion
r.UIS I.KiVS C mu:
.I-' J it in. M iwil.
Arriviuuiii Ht. Louis Wli.in.; Chlca".,-10 d m
.,mir.-.:iiiu.' at Uflf at-d Kftlnir! in for C't-'.i'
Cnti l.i.ui.vi le, Ii.oim: ij.olm ano points Eaet.
lll:.rj p. in. ,'Ht t. I,ou1h m.il
Arrtlriirti vt ' til" t;-f, p. tn.,ind com, ..c 1 1 u .
lor ail points llv-i.
p. in. L-'aMt I";xjr'H8.
K..r M I mils sl I rh en,,, urrlvliiK at St. L'.i.u
i p. in., ami Crucso ; :j . m.
U 4". p.m C'inc-innnti Kxim-khh.
Atrlvinir at t'Uiniiiiatl T:(0 a. m. ; Louisvill, l:bs
a( m ; Indlauspo . t i ,. ln,,ul,a, TK .
i.'VI.'i;" a; ,,b"VB I'0'ut,, ' ;-
UOL lib In advance of uny other roule.
ty-Tiie .1:-;, a. m. et;ires, has PUL.VI.N
MjfchPlKU t'AH from Cairo to Cincinnati, with
out eUmnes. and thrli sleepen to ht. Louis
and (. hltaiMi.
1'a. L Time Kit.
I ll iisPl'iVI. j ' .' 'h; cite jo tt.rouiili to Ha.t.
-HtiseU b rtf.tidhv inlervei.lr.i;. I l.e fcvvrdav alter
loon trnli; ,'ron i .If. -irrlvej lo ::ew Y'ck Motcay
iornuiai :'i.:r.. rw-vj-i.x hour in advanc oi
t ' utlier ro'i'e,
1'F..rit:n-:i:l. tuv-ti. ar.1 fuMt-.er li.furmatim
M'l 'V '.t lilluol C.-t t:.il Kailn.ad D-;,ot, Cairo.
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K. K. TIM!; CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CK.NTKAL I;. It.
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Kspr si S:T n. ci I-ItLrees
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11 4ra. m.
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a; 15 d. in.
t. c. K. it ''uiii.ein livian
1:10 a. m.
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TIMK ( AKI)
AliKlV.M. AM) OKPAIlIlKK OF MAILS.
Arr at I liep're
I. 0. R. K (tfi.t:i;li lock rna.l).
3 p. iu.
9 p. m.
9 p. la.
9 p. ui
V p. ID.
ti a. ni.
9 -.10 am
4 p. m
" (wt mall)
" (Soithcrii Dlv
Iron Motintuin It It
Wsha-h It li
Teias t St. I.ou.s It. K...
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.1" p. m.
.7 p. m.
fi p. m.
M s l.lver arrives Wed.. at ,t Mon.
departs W'ed.,Fn. Sun.
P O. i;ep del. op n from 7::iam to7:10 pra
P.O. liui !e'. oiip trom ft a.m. to 9 p. in.
Sncdavs gee . i'e;. open trotn....H a. m. to Id a. m.
Siimiavs iiox del. open from fit. m to lu:3i)am
rtr-NOI E.-Chann-s will be puMished from
nine 10 mu- in city papers, i nuDL'e vour cards st
coruiualy, M. II. .ML K I'll Y. P. M
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Orjraiiizeil Drcemler, lfifJil, Under tie
Successor to Widows and Orphans Mutual Aid S J
clety, organized July 4ih. 1HT7, under
the laws of 1M7J.
JOHN' II. ISOI1INSON
WM. ST I J AT i' N
J. A. (;ol,i)STINIi
C. W liL'NNIO
HOARD OF DIRECTORS fou 1st YEAR.
Wm. Stratum, Strstion A Ilird, trovers, Cairn, 111.,
I. A. doidi-tiiie, oldoldstltiu A Uosetiwaler, whole
sale and ret..il drv uo(ul;C. W. DtmnioK. M. D.j
Pre.. lid. Med Kx., for I'ensluns; Alliert Lewis.
commiHHlun murrhaiit; J. II. Hobinsnn, county
Judge an noliirv public; Wm. K. Pitcher, com.
broker and iii.urame a.'ent; H. II. Halnl, city
stieet supervii-or; M. Phillips, carpenter and hull 1
er; Thomas Lewis, attorney and secretarv; K. V.
Pierre, nttorney-it-law, DiKJtioin III.; K . C. Paco
cashier of Centennial BatiK, Ashlev. III.; Albert
Ilayrien, cuslih r of (leorye Connelly A Co., Spring
field. II ; II. M .viunn, attorney-at-law, ltitl Kaa
dolph street, C'hicnitn; Hon. ISoht.A. Hatcher, attorney-at-law,
Charleston, Mo ; II. Lelghton,
cashier First National Hank, Stuart. Iowa.
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so concentrated thatatew
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