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fm DAILY CAIRO iiULLETIlV. tfjtdbAY MtifcNlNU 10, 1884.
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Ail Commnnleatlons should be addressed to
K. A. BURNKTT.
Publisher and Proprietor.
Our Charlie says tlu dilTeron.ee bo
weoti a hill Rtul a pill is, ono is hard
to et up and tho other is hard to get
down. Oil City Bui-rick.
'l)o you bolievo in fate, Bridget?"
asked the up-stairs girl of tho cook.
Sliuro an' if Oi didu't, d'yer s'poso
Oi'd bo after buy in' shoes?"
A Western Congressman says: "Ev
ery man who conies to Congress Las
two ideas." But, after such exaggera
tion as this, nobody cares to know
what this Western Congressman has to
It is very funny, but as a general
rulo tho waiter in a swell restaurant is
about tho only person about tho prem
ises who doesn't wait for anything.
Tho man who orders tho chop does
most of tho waiting.
A New Yorker has incurred tho dis
plcasuro of all tho undertakers in that
city, and they talk of boycotting him.
Ho has invented a littlo spring to at
tach to gas jets so that when the light
is blown out tho gas will bo turned off.
Colonel Georgo L. Perkins, of Nor
wich, Conn., who is 9G years old, said
In a recent interview: "I havo buried
six family physicians and' still live."
Tho Colonel could make a fortune by
certifying to the particular brand of
patent medicine he used.
A western zephyr carried a cow ft
quarter of a mile through tho air, and
set her down in a milkman's yard. He
was so seared that he stopped grinding
chalk, and ran futir miles for a rillo to
shoot thts curious looking creature
with. Uurlimjton Fie Press.
Don't slander your next-door neigh
bor. IIo may bo in impoverished cir
cumstances, and have few if any
friends. Don't speak ill of any man
until you are positive; as to tho exact
amount ho can lift and the nature of
tho person when aroused.
"0 no, you don't "laugh and grow
faU" That idea is nil wrong. The
sentenco should he reversed. You grow
fat and laugh. When you fat up you
have something to laugh. And other
peoplo havo something to laugh nt.
Especially when you try to button
your shoes in a railway car.
A New York man advertises "a safe,
quick, and reliable ecru remover, with
out the application of knife or caustics;
no pain experienced. Price only $1."
A young man who never walks out
without wishing ho could lcavo his feet
at homo forwarded $1, and two days
afterward received by express a Jive
Chicago has a Coaching Club. We
always thought tho great need of Chi
cago was something of that kind. Wo
don't know how contagious a Coaching
Club is, but as it has taken Chicago six
vears to catch it from New York, St,
Mollis will probably break out with it
about tho timo the Hennepin Ship
Canal is completed.
During tho sermon, one of the quar
tet fell asleep. "Now's your chauts,"
said the organist to tho soprano. "See
if you canticle the tenor." "You
wouldn't daro duet," said the contrai
ls. "You'll wake hymn up," suggest
ed the buss. "I could make a bettor
pun than that, us sure as my name's
Psalm," remarked tho boy that pumped
the organ; but he said it solo that no
Dumlry was making an evening call,
and the nice littlo boy of tho family had
been allowed to remain up a littlo
later than usual. "Ma," ho said,
during a lull in tho conversation, "can
whisky talk?" "Certainly not," said
m:i; "what nut that absurd notion into
yourhcad?'f "Well," ho replied, "I
heard you say to pa that whisky was
telling on Mr. Dumley, and I wanted
to know what it said."
We want Chinamen, but wo want
them a lotirr way off. The fiat has
cone forth that no Celestial shall ever
gaze on tho woody gulches of tho
Cwur d'Alene and live. If ho insists
on coming, however, let nun bring a
roust pig, plenty of fire-crackers and
colored puper, and all tho essentials
lor a brat-class Chinoso funeral. Ho
neean t bother about bringing the
corpse, though; it will bo in readiness.
-Iceur d Alene Auggd.
Two dudes talk: "Aw.Cholly, I seo
mean is going to do somo ciiango in
twousahs this spwing." "Somo what,
ousf "."some change, don t you
know." "2s aw, you don t say P Vell,
I'm dahn clad of it, foh ba Jawvo,
theah's been so littlo in mino foh
thwee months, that wcnlly I wouldn't
know a twado dollah from a silvan in
dividual buttah plate, don't you know."
The officer who opens tho court is
called the "crier." On ono occasion
tne said oflicer had lost his wife, who
u icu uim an uncomfortable life, and
wi3:,01 cour80' absent from his post,
.!? lhe,c,our cwno in tho judge, as
"T: Mr- Crlcr. open the
ITa , .7?? an,lacotious lawyer
me v,ourt as lollows: "Mav
"uuui, r, u can-
"J i-aay; no lias lost his wife."
ai a Boston seanco a disconsolate
wiuuwer succeeded n fiHtni.liah!,.
communication with his wife, who had
passed Into tho spirit land from the
Hub, of whoso orthotic circles sho had
been a member. Tho man inauiro.1 if
she was fcappy, and if alio liked her
new surroundings, to which she re
plied: "Well, dear, it is very charm
ing and lovely and all that, but of
courso you know, dear, it isn't UoHon."
Mrs. B. was speaking of Mi s. J's.
rainy-day attire as a combination
"polonaise and waterproof cloak,"
when little Bijah wanted to know if
her "apolonaria waterproof cloak was
tnndo of glass?" "Mado of glass!
"Wrhv, what do you mean, child?"
'Oh.1' replied Bijah, "you always
speak of Mrs. J. as 'that meek little
bottled up woman,' and I thought that
His thoughts on the subject were
diverted by a box on tho ear.
A young man who believes in self
improvement, having recently married,
suggested to his wife that they should
arguo some questions frankly and
fully every morning, in order to learn
moro of each other. The first quostion
happenod to bo 'Whother a woman
could be expected to got along without
a hat," and he took tho affirmative,
and when ho was last seon ho had
climbed up into tho hay-loft and was
pulling tho ladder after him. Auburn
News and Bulletin.
"Oh, mamma," cried out a five-year-old
who had his nose llattened against
tho car window, "did you soo that shop
back there wo just passed?" "No,
dear, what was it?" "Why, mamma,
I looked in tho door and there was a
man with a hammer and a nail in his
hand, and he had a poor horse's log up
in his lap and was pounding on it
"That was a blacksmith shop, dear."
"But, mamma," queried tho youngster
after a thoughtful pause, "is that tho
place whoro they build new horses?"
Young Chick Mamma, why do you
scratch with one foot and then with tho
other, and don't look down until you
get through? Old hen (brought up in
Boston) Because, my dear offspring,
if I were to excavate the soil with both
my pedal extremities simultaneously,
and direct my organs of vision on the
ground at the same time, I would loso
my equilibrium and present tho undig
nified spectacle of balancing myself on
my cranium without any visible means
of support. New York Journal.
"Aro you as happy now as you wero
before you married?" asked Mrs. Yeast
of young Mrs. Crimsonbeak. "Yes, in
deed," replied the lady, and a great
deal happier." "That is strange,"
suggested tho philanthropist's wife.
"Not at all strango," came from tho
young married woman. "You see, be
fore 1 was married 1 used to spond half
my timo worrying about what dress I
should wear when Daniel called."
"But don't you try just as hard to look
well whon your husband returns homo
at night?" interrupted Mrs. Yeast.
"Well, you see," went on tho bride of
two summers, "I don't worry any
about it now, as I have only ono dress
to my name."
Ills Pulso Needs Ton ing Up.
"Wo aro running pretty fast now,
ain't we?" said a drummer to his com-
fianion, as the train whizzed along at a
ively rato. "At least thirty miles an
hour," replied tho other. "Thirty
miles! We am t going less than a niilo
a minute." "You are way oil. e
are not coins a bit faster than thirty-
five miles an hour at tho outside. I vo
been riding on trains for twenty years,
and you can't fool mo on tho speed.
I've got it down so fine I can tell with
in a milo or two just how fast wo aro
"You can, ch?" replied the first
speaker; "you think you havo it down
tine, eh? Now, I'll just bet you 5 I
can guess closer to the number of sec
onds it takes us to run from ono milo
post to another than you can. Is it a
go?" It was a "go." The money was
put uo in another drummer s hands,
and ho took out his watch and stood up
in tho aislo so neither of tho wagerers
could see his ticker. The passengers
who had ovorhoard tho conversation
gathered around to see how tho bet
would como out As a white milo post
whizzed past tho window tho referee
The contestants looked out of tho
window at tho lino of wire fence and
procession of fast-disappearing tele
graph polos. "Aimei ' crieu ineurum
mcr in tho aislo as the next milo post
showed itsolf ono fleeting instant. Ev
ery eyo was turned to the makers of
tho wager. According 10 agreement
they were to write out tho number of
seconds they guessod and hand tho pa
per to tho referee. The man who "had
,L..rn .15,1 tl.ia vorir nrnmntlv.
JbUUWll UUV UiU wiir. iwj
but the one who had started tho con
versation was slow. Ho had somo fig
urine to do with his load pencil.
There was considerable excitement
among tho on-lookcrs, and several side
bets wero made. In a few moments
tho drummer had completed his calu
lations. and the rcferco announced
'Charlcv Duts it. at ono minuto ana
forty seconds. Bob makes it one mm
uto and twenty-five seconds. The act
ual time by tho watch was ono minuto
. a aJ?. t I .
nna iwoniv-ioiir seuouus. uuu rviuo.
The man who "had it down fine" but
missed it by fifteen seconds and lost his
money took his defeat in good humor,
but uoirzea lioo to tell him how no naa
worked it. "1 hadn't ought to give it
away," said Bob, " causo 1 ve been
makin about $15 a week with it all
winter. I usually hit it to tho second
but this time I forgot that I'd had only
ono drink this mornini. "What has
vour drinks srot to do with it, 1 d like
to know? ny, you seo, u lanes ai
least four drinks to settlo my pulso
down so I can roly on it to tho very
Flainloj's Fashionable "Wire.
Mrs. Flamley attempts to bo fashion
able. Tho other night when she dress
ed preparatory to nttonding tho theater
sho appeared with a silver spoon on her
Margaret, what in tho world do you
call that?" askod her husband.
"This was my grandmother's sauce-
spoon, i ou Know mat H is lasmonaoio
now to wear oiu lamuy piaic.
Flamley said nothing moro, for he
knew that it was unnecessary to arguo
with his wife. Tho next night he ask
od his wife to attend tho theater with
him, and again sho put on her Bpoon.
After awhilo Flamloy camo out with
an enormous butchor kuifo on his shirt
"My gracious, Henry, what is that?"
"That was my Grandfather's butch
er-knife. It's fashionable now to wear
"I'll tuko off tho spoon."
"All right. Off goes tho knifo."-
Tho Detroit Free iVesa says that "a'
Detroit newspaper writes a letter to lt
lelf asking if it has not tho bicgost cir
culation of any paper in the city. To
which it roplha, w40i honorable can
dor, that it Las.-
Monday Evening, Jane 0, 1884.
The weather Is hot, close and sultry be
tween the showers. It has ruined more or
less every day this month.
The rivers are falling the effect of the
continued rains tod are now crawling slow
ly up their banks, but it is hardly expect
ed that tho "June rise" this year will
amount to much.
Business may be called rather quiet
about the only genuiue activity being found
in the local berry trade.
FLOUR The market rules steady and
unchanged with stocks somewhat reduced
and light movemeut.
HAY Receipts are lighter, but stocks
are ample and tho demand small.
CORN Choice white is scarce; mixed is
in fair supply. The demand continues
OATS We note a good supply and only
a moderate demand.
MEAL Steady, in good demand and un
BRAN The demand is moderate.
BUTTER-Overstocked and very dull.
The market is glutted.
EGGS Scarce and in active' demand at
CHICKENS rieuty and dull. No de.
mand outside the local trade.
FRUIT Strawberries come in slow and
Bell readily if choice. Cherries are scorce
and in good demand.
Sales and Quotations.
NOTE. The prices aere ariren are ror sales from
flret handf In round lots. An advance Is
charged for broken lotun fllllnu orders.
1 Obbls extra Fancy 5 60
800 bbla varlona Krades .. ..a 50 6 On
100 Family..... - 4 15
100 bhls hancy 5 St
200 bbls choice 5 10
4 care gilt edge small balo 14 00
scare prime. .... u uu
1 car red top 9 10
4 cars choice white mixed In bulk..
6 cars choice mixed In bulk .
2 care choice white In bulk
2 cars In bnlk
4 cars choice Northern in
2 Ked, per ho....
fiiXl bbli City on
400 bble City
SCi pounds choice country...,
40ii pounds choice Northern .
300 pounds Southern Ills....
200 pounds choice northern..
400 dozen (!n case)..
5,10 dozen in boxes.
coops choice henn 2 "5&3 00
coops mixed 2 WH'i 15
coops mixed i W)
100 crates common strawberries..
luocrates choice strawberries
100 crates, fancy strawberries.
....2 ootfia so
2 tO6J 00
Ne-v potatoes, per bbl 2 012 50
Hiring; Deans, pur box l Ki,l 25
l'ease, per box 1 Oigl 51)
Oranges I 50f 5 no
Lemons 3 5 12,4 Ul
Lou'siana 4 6025 0)
Peach Blow per bush, seed...
Karlr Koseper uusn.
fotntors per libl ....
. 1 VJifri oo
..3 0"a5 00
Fine unwashed m lcii
Plain hams none
8. C. Ham 14
Clear side . - UQ,W
. 1 (15
214 bushel hnrlapa
5 bushel " ,
Peaches, halve and nuartem
.8 6013 no
Cream . ,
Red Fox ..
10 to 81
10 to 4S
10 lo M
Bean r per pound.
. M to 8 ro
. 75 to 10
8 to 15
1 00 to 9 On
Dry Flint choice
Ureen Halt -
Plum Green M 8
Sheep Pelts, dry Iivftso
Sheep Pelts, ureen 1V018
Damaged Uiites - H gi
Common Lug : ti. J
Good luiii 4 5
jOwLeaf 4 7V4 1 1
Uedinm Leaf I t
Gor4Lear. 7 Vft M '(
KATKS Olf KKUIll'l .
Gram Hay Flour Ti rk
fcwi. )cwt. Wbbl. fbbl.
Men Pll I2X 15 2" 35
, v OrVanf, l'i'-i 20 25 50
Helena, Ark 17 Y 35 50
Klinentou, Miss .... 22 4S 87X
Vicksburjt, Prcntess House 2 4 per cwt. blifbir
All other wa points below Memphis to New Or.
leans, vame rates as to Kiiueatoa
CITY LIVERY, FEED and
Coiniiierciiil Av , bet. 8tli & 9th Sts.
(iood Tuniont-J at Reasonable Rates.
fT Horses boarded and well cai-i'd
TELEPHONE NO. 131.
LOUIS 0. HERBERT,
(Sueoe.-sT to Chas. T. Newlanil and
Plumber, Steam and Gas Fitter
Commercial Ave, bet. Tenth and Ele
venth Sts ,
Dike Well Force and Lift Pumps furnished and
put up, Anenl for the Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP',
thebext I'Uinp ever invented. New (!ns Fixtures
furnished to order. O.d fixtures repaired and
rjETJoM'inR promptly attended to. 319-tl
Manufacturer aud Dealer In
6th Streci, between (,'om'l Ave. ud Levee.
CHOKE BOR1XO A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMCNITION.
iafe Beoalred. All Kind oi Keys Made.
Fl.OlR, WR4IN AND HAl
Egyptian Flouring Mills
fivl'Ht Ch Pri" Wio lor Wh at.
For Sale bv
85 S. Clark St., Opp. Court House, CHICAGO.
A rnmiUremdimte. n-ThflOldpat Niieclnllut
In the United Malt's, wli'no uu- k i.o.mi km'KUIKNck,
perfect uetnoa ana pure muuiciim insuro Ki'hKin
Stia lKllIA.r..l- umr. "I ,i . ,.i, .uruiu mm
Nervous Disc nms. Alter! ion of the Itlonil, Nkln.
Kidney, Itludder, t.mpllnnia, I lepra, Old
Mnr.i. Ntvi'lllnir ir I no Miiiniift. wore jiiiiiiin.
Tbrout. Hone Pillim, permanently cured aud
eradicated iruin m ay stem lur niu.
i lability, lmpntennj,Srminal
H t ti I II U W Lossch, Hvxttal ltecuy, Mental
and Musical Weakness, Failing Memory,
Weak Lilrt, Stuntea Development, unneai-
fnent to Marriage, rte., from exeesses or any
cause, tpeeilihj, safely and privately Cured.
tf Young. M ludle-Ag-ea ana m men, ana an
wiio need uioiliuat (kill and experience, eonault
l)r. Bato at once, lln opinion cwio nothing, and mar
save futuro mianry and shame. When inconvenient
to vinl tne coy lur treatment, micncin's can ne tent
everywhere liy mail or etpruHS free from obaer.
Tittlon. It uself-eviilentthata uliysioian who
jrivn his whole attention to a claim of diHeaxes nt
tulns greiit skill, and phyniclana tlirnuiilmnt the
country, knowin ir thia, frniiiinntlyrecommonddinicult
canes to the lldet Npe liiilt, by whom evory
known good remedy is unmt. J-Dr. Bato's
Age and Kinerlrnue maltn his opinion of n.
preme lmirtunp. OirTho.n who call aoe no
one hot tho Doctor. Conmiltationi f rep anil niieredly
ConQdrntliil. Caroa which have failed in olitaininK
relief elnnwhero, PHpecialljr solinitetl. Female Dia
fauna treated. Call nr writo. llonra. from 9 to 4
to H Sunilayii, lO to ltd. iivluK TO llKALIU
SKNT FnEK. Aililrera aa above.
m mm Thontan-H nf run or nnt,mn Dohltltr, Itiurt
Kg IV L L tal ftud ltylcl wIiiih. lut nissiilnNMiirir
r II rrfwii iruiirtlun, Ilia ruiii of (mltnorf (t.unt
mm BBiXcmM ur ti y rui, rurl by N E R V I T A
Btronir ftth tliftt It wilt eur ?ry f h pniniti in to tttttl tu
ny inneror irui pkckm-;..
u recatpt of It centt fori
"Anakesls " VJSf.'SnSI't
an infalHbU curt for Piles.
Price s)l, at druggist, or
sot prepaid by mall. Bamplt
tt. Ad."ANAKKMI "
Is tho season In which had or poisoned blood is
mod apt to show Itself. Is a' tire, at this Juncture,
needs something to as 1st it In throwing otf the im
purities which have collected by the sliiKvUb clr
culation of blood during tne cold winter months.
Swift's Bporific is nature's preat helper, as it Is
purely vegttablu alterative and tonic
Rev. L. It. 1'alne, Macon, Oa., wr'tea: "Wo have
been uelui Swift's SneclHc at the Orphans' Home
as a rumeuv for blood complaint', and as a general
health tonic, ami have bad remarkable results
from its use on the children and employees of the
institution. It Is such sn eicellrot tonic, aid
keeps the blood so pure, that the system is less
liable to di'ease. It has cured some of our chil-
ren of Scrofula.
W. II. Gilbert, druggist. Albany. Oa.. writes:
We are selllnir lariru miautltles of Swift's Sueciflc
for a sprlnit alterative aud eeneral health tonic.
and '.vim trie beet results. Ills tew largely used
as a preventive aud enru fer Mulirla. There are
many remarkable eviduces of its nurlt in tbie
THE (HtKAT DltL'U HOUSE IN CniCAGO.
We do not hesitate to shv that for a year i aat wu
have sold more of Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) thn
allother lllood Purifiers combined, aud with most
astonishing 'esu'ts. One gentleman wbo used a
nan itor.en Dottles says It did him more g od than
treatment which cast him 81.1)0 . A other wha
nsed It for a Scrofulous aft ullon reports a perma
nent cure from its use,
VAN MIAACS, STEVENSON 4 CO.
Ono gentleman who had heon conflne t to his bed
lx weeks with Mercurial Rheumatism baa been
cured entirely, and speaks in the hli.'liet praiHe of
J), a. iniLts it tt it in,
Our treantlne on Dlool and rk n Diseases mullet
free lo applicants
i UK sn iri si'Kt'iKtu uo..
Drawer 3, Atlanta. Oa.
New York Oltlce, li9 Went 23d St.
C J 'Htt.lx OUTOF ORDER.
30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK.
FOR SALE BY
II. Steagala & Co., Cairo, 111
617 St. Charles St.. ST. LOUIS, M0.
A rsinilar OrndnntB of two medical
eolleKea. lias been lonifei enKSged in the treat
ment of C'lironio, Nervriut, HUiu B.iil
Wloofl I)lseaes than any other physician In
61. Ixiuli, as city paper snow and all tld rest
dents know. Consultation at office or by mall,
free and Invited. A friendly talk or his opinion
tosts nothing. When It la Inconvenient tovMt
the city for treatment, medicines can lie sent
by mall or express everywhere. Curable cases
guaranteed: where doubt exlstult Is frankly
stated, can or yt rue,
Tiervoai Prostration, Pehlilty, Mental tad
Physical Weakness, Merrnilal and other
affections of Throat, Sklnane Bones, Blood
Imparities and Blond Poisoning, Skin Affec
tions, Old Sores and I'lcers, Impediments to
Marriage, Bhenmatlsni, Piles. Special at
tention tsj cases from over-worked brain.
Sl'BCICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Impradenc et, Excesses,
Indulgences or Exposures.
It Is self-evident that a physician Ty'nB
particular attention to a class of cases attalus
great skill, and physicians In regular practice
all over the country knowing this, fren .-ently
recommend cases to the oldest otllce in Ameri
ca, where every known appliance Is resorted
to, ina tne proved goou reinnoien oi an
ages and countries are used, A whole Itenae U
uaed for otllce purposes, anil all are treated with
skill In a respectful manner; and, know.ng
whattodo, noexperltnentssremaiie. t n uc.-
connt of the great number auplylnr, the
charges are kept low, often lower than Is
mantled by others, If yon secure the ski I rnu
and perfect life cure, that
Important matter, fauiphlet, iW pages,
to any address free.
Elegant cloth and gilt binding.
Sealed for SO
cents in postageor currency. Uver I tty won
derful pen pictures, true tollfe, articles on the
following subjects: Who may rnnrry y who n t:
why lrropersgeto marry. Whoniarry lr-c
Manhood. Womanhood. Physical decay. Wrio
should marry. How life aud happiness may ue
Increased. Those married or contemplating
marrying should read It. It ought to be read
by all adult persons, then kept under lock aoit
key. Popular edition, same as above, but pap'
cover and 2iW pages, cents by mail, if uoue
US. R. SMITH.
(QBIHT A. SsHTH
Grand Central Store
LLINOIS CENTKAL K. R
f .u j m iue.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Clucaro.
Tho Onlv Iine ltuiinin
O DAILV TltAiy
Making Dikkot Connkotion
I'tuika Liivs Cairo:
ll;:0 ii in. M :vi l.
Arriving iu bt.Louisk Ula.m ; Chicago, :) p. ir..;
ConcectlnK at Odin and Kttingham fur ('Inclu
natl. Louuvtllu, lnt!ianapolis and p ,1ms East.
li.:'2r i. in. Pitist r.t. I.otiis unil
W t'fctlUII 1 Xpt'CHH.
Arrlvlnir II St I.onls 14S p. m., snd connectliu
lor all point' VVeet.
ji. in. Ji'ust KxproHS.
for st. lonier.n-l chlcH.-n, arriving at St. Louis
lu.lj p. iu., ami t'liicngu i a. m.
II .fi ii. lit Cincinnati KxprcNs.
Arriving at Clrclnnatl ISO a. m. ; Loulsvilh i-M
s m ; Indlatispola 4 a m. Paai-engurt, by
this train riaen the ab,ve points IU to ,'ltl
UoL'Kb In ml vance of any other route.
ty-Tlie 3: 5 a. m. express has PULLMAN
bOtiKl'lMft CAH Iri in Cairo to ( iLclnnstl, with
out chiinues at:d th. ti(jh sleepers tj bt, Louis
Ftti-t Time K.itst.
('., c '.it, ifi.t-u ' "us "r.e gotiirtugh to Han.
1 u5.)lilllB em points without itv delay
aured by Ktinrtay inUrvcnlng. The fjaturdav after-
i-oi. irain iruin " iiiro f.i-rives in new t o' Alondsv
nrnl'.'r' at li 'fi. TLirty-lz ho.:rs Iu advancem
nt oil er 'oute.
" i oi ilirotiuli ticket ami ft::'.'. ir.fonnallon
1 l IHiboix CeMfSl HallroHi! Depot, Cairo.
.1. II. JON SH, Ticket Agent
A. II. HANSON. Gen. Pass. Agent. Cnlcago
II. IJ. TIMK CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINO.S CENTKAL H. V.
Trains depa t. Trniup
.ii -....2:iia.fr . I tMall
precs 8:45 p. m ItExprtss
.4: 5a. m.
11 41. a. m.
2:lj p. m.
I.o 1 ; e t x K;V5 . m. t.St 1 nuis El
it. u (Niuiliern Divinn
,...4:45a.m 1 tN. O. Ex ..
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. .4 3o p.m.
..3 45 p m. ItN.O. Ex
KT. L. a) I. M. It. It.
,.i0:S0p.ra. tBiprefs 2:30 p.m
W.. ST. L. & 1. K. It.
all JL tfx.
....4.10a. m. I 'Mall Jt Kx
. .4:ii p.m. Acc'otn ....
Z-1:45 a.m. I Kri'Uht
MoIlILK 4 OHIO 11. K.
...5:.')ia.m. I Mall
,.1U: J) a.m.
.ti 4.1 p.m
. 9:lo p. in
Dally except uni'av. t Dailv.
al:ltl VAL AND DEPAHTL'HK OF MAILS.
Arr st I Dep're
P. O. rm PC
t I'. H R tthrouvhlock mailt.
& a. m.
" (way mall)...- 4 30 p.m.
tMonthern T)l .. n m
9 p. m.
8 p. m
9 p. m.
II SO sin
Iron Mountain U. K 1:1 p.m.
Wabaah R. H lO tl. m.
Texas A St. Louis It. K 7 p. m.
Ht. Louis A C'.lro it. It 5 p. m.
Ohioltlver i p. m.
Mirs hlver arrives vea., pat. x .won.
departs Wed., Krl. Jt ban.
P O. gen del. op n from 7:30 am to7:M pm
D i V. rw Au ... . r, f.r,r S k tit I r On m
Huodays get. Cel. open from.... 8 a.m. to lo a. m.
Siinoavs nnx oei. open trom. .. o a. in 10 n:jo am
riVNWrl.-Change.e will be published from
tlnm ui time In rltv Da tiers. Change vour cards se
eordlngly. WM. X. MUKPHY. P. M
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
r)i iranizeil December, 1883, Cutler tlie
Law of 1883.
Kiirressor to Widows and Orphans Mulnal Aid So
ciety, o gsnlxeil July stn, in,i, unuar
the laws of 11472.
JOHN II. KOMNSOS..
J. A. UOLl'STINK
C. W. DUNNIU
BOARD OF DIRECTORS fok 1st YEAR.
Wm. Stratton.Stratton 4 Hird, irro'.ers, Cairn, 111.,
J. A. ftoldctlne, olUoldstlne A Uosenwaler, whole
sale and retml dry good;C. W. banninc M. D.5
Pres. Hd. Med Kx., for 1'i nsUirs; Albert Lewis,
commission merchant; .1. H. lioblnson, county
lutige sn' notary public; Wm. K. Pitcher, com.
broker and Insurance aeent; k. II Haltd, city
street supervisor; M. Phillii s, carpi liter and build
cr; Thomas Lewl, atlornuv and secn tarv ; K.V.
H:eri'e.attorney l-law, DtiQnoln 111. ; K. C. Pace
cashier of Centennial Ban, Ashler. III.; Albert
llftvden. cashier of Geore Connelly Co., Spring
field, II ; li. M lnnn, attorney-at-law, ltitt Kan
dolph street, Chlrniio; Hon. Kobt, A. llatchor, at-tornev-at-law,
Charleston, Mo ; II. Leljjbton,
cashier FlrBt National Hank, bluart. Iowa.
rL. dr m . .
BEFORE r AND -AFTER
Electric Appliance ire ssnt on 30 Dayi' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNQ OR OLD,
WHO are sufTortntf from Nsrvous Disilitt,
Lost Vitilitt, Lick or Nsava rosea in
Vtooa, WasriNO W saiKissas, and all thoss dlsesssa
of a rsasosai. Niruas rv.ulilng from Abuses and
Ornan Causes. Bneedy nllef and eomplet rsto
ration of Health. Viuoa and KasHooo Uuarantesd.
The granileat illncovsrr of ths Mlnetsnth Century.
Send at once for Illustrated Pampblstfra. Address
VOLTAIC UTCO..IIMHll, MIIH.
(BEFOREV AND -AFTER!