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THE HAILV OAIKO BULLETIN: TUKSDAY Mok.MNd JUNK 24, 1884.
The Daily Bullciiii.
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natime. peryrar, I'50- Foatairo in all cue
prepaid. .. .
. ii oammanlcationa should be addressed to
" K K. A. BL'RNKTT.
Publisher and Proprietor
A taxidermist In Reading, Ta., has a
collection of 73, (XX) butterflies.
Mjrr. Capel calls newspaper inter
viewers "intellectual mosquitoes."
Tho number of cotton-mills in tho
Southern States hsu increased from ISO
four years ao to 315 at tho present
A Massachusetts mother writes:
"(Jive us pure air and tire-escapes for
tho public schools before free text
books.'' A commercial paper In Boston prints
a "credit register,' which exposes tho
names of those who do not pay their
A Georgia lady has entered suit
against hi-r husband for divorce, be
cause ho would not giro her the combi
nation to his safe.
Walter Besant recently said that nov
els constitute nine-tenths of tho books
read in England, and ninetcen-twenti-etbs
of tho books read in the world.
Governor Robinson, of Massachu
EeUs,denounces "fashionable drinking-"
and hopes to see the time when it will
be abolished at all social entertain
ments. The New York Common Council has
adopted an ordinanco limiting the
height of buildings hereafter to 70 feet,
and on streets of 00 feet wide or less to
The ammoniapliono is the latest in
vention. It enables any one to inhale
"an artificial, condensed Italian air,"
which has tho most magical tff-.-ct on
the human voice.
Ada Rehan, the actress, used to be
Miss Ada Crehan. A printer, mistak
ing her hand-writing, set it up to read
"Ada C. Rohan." Ada Rohan it has
It is said that oysters in England are
worth 87 cents a dozen, and would bo
worth twice as much but for the intro
duction of American oysters, which
control the market.
Oil speculation has gaiued such mag
nitude that tho sales ' in the different
exchanges aprreo-atfi .Vl.OfMlOiiO dnilr.
and there are" 30,000,000 pipe line cer
It has been figured out by Dr. Wood,
tho eminent student of nature, that if a
man could eat as much in proportion as
a bird howould cousumo a whole
round of beef for his dinner.
A clerk in the Massachusetts Slato
Library was BO (l(iGlllv intcrr-ntml in
autographs that he cut tho signatures
ui eminent men irom ino om aociv
cients stored in the archives.
M. Waddington, French Ambassador
to huglanil, never goes anywhere, it is
Bam, unless accompaniou iy his wio,
who is an American lady, and who is
both his secretary and treasurer.
The black poodle is again beconiino
fashionablo in England. Xhcso an
mals, to bo in correct style, must have
their hair shaved into knots and knobs,
and bo rendered generally hideous.
William Astor's yacht Nourniahal
has satin-lined beds, hot and cold baths
. in every state-room, and a houso on
deck finished in mahogany in Queen
Anne style, with seals for loungim' or
There were thirty-two pup'ls in the
colored school at Strongtown, Texas,
when it was struck by lightning and
demolished. None were killed, al
though several were injured by the
A cat belonging to a Yaleville, Conn.,
woman has shown much affection for a
chicken. The cat had a litter of five
kittens, four of which died, and tho cat
bestows as much motherly care on the
chicken as tho one kitten.
R. Kilkelly, of Athlone, Ireland,
whistled from a car .window to his do
as tho train started. Tho dog chased"
the train, and when it arrived at
Knockroghery, ten miles distant, tho
animal was about 1,000 yards behind,
and reached his master before tho train
The French soldiers in Algieri
are often compelled to remain
for hours on marshy ground with noth
ing to rest on. AUur getting tired of
lX g and ?tan5m2- W seat them
selves on each others knees, one behind
tho other, arranged in a circle bo there
will bo no end man.
a most unfortunate title has tho
Dukedom of Albany been. It has been
adopted five times in Scotland and
lour times in England. In six cases
the title became extinct with the lifo of
the first recipent, and four Dukes of
-.,aujr uavo U10U violent uoatiis. It
tiori110' passeJ tl10 secon(1 gtnera-
A bit of street car conversation be
tween two Boston girls is thus reported
ty tho veracious Advertiser of that
town: "Oh," said one, "ho sent mo
L. u Pfrfcty lovely bouquet. It
was all tuberoses in tho center, with
S??eU7adthat lh0 lil't pinks
?U?td?- .h' U was Perfectly lovely,
put it on mother s grave."
Pitiful in its commonplace, vulvar
reality was tho response of tho wifo
pleading for her husband's rcloaso to
the Judge in Special Sessions who said
yesterday: "If I let him go ho will
beat you again." "Well, let him," re
ignedly said tho poor creature, to
whoso skirts clung three small chil
dren 'lot him. I'd rather get a beat
ing than go starring." 4V. Y. World.
For years past tho garret at the
White House has boen filled with a lot
of old furniture some of which saw uso
In Jefferson's time. President Arthur
has recognized tho craze for tho anthjuo
by overhauling these long buriod
tores, and with tho resurrected rolics
has filled up tho long corridor that runs
Wong the upper story of tho Whlto
Rouse. It is unfortunate that the his
tory of these articles is not known, but
all that can bo said of them is that
they were made for tho uso of his pre
decessors when solid mahogany was
ino proper tning.
In somo cities of tho republic a curl
ous habit prevails of complimonting
unknown ladies on tho street. Of
course, tho lady is accompaniod by
father, brother, mother, or duenna, and
It is considered by all parties quito
proper for tho passing admirer to say:
"How pretty she is!" or "What a dain
ty hand!" or "What fino eyes!" or
" hat a lovely foot!" Then tho object
of admiration turns and says to tho
stranger with her sweetest smilo:
"Millo gracilis, senor!" (A thousand
thanks.) I know gentlemen who liavo
tried this with distinguished success. I
havo never performed tho feat myself.
for I am naturally nervous. Mexico
Letter in .V. Y. Graphic.
Savs tho New York Tribune: New
York's product in slauzhterin? and
meat-packing is ?30,000,0O0, of print
ing 22, 000, WW, of brewing 20.000.-
000, of lard $15,000,000, of tallow $7,
000,000, of furniture $10,000,000, of ma-
cmnery $15,000,000, of men and wo
men's clothing the astonisiiing sum of
$30,000,000, of artificial flowers and
feathers over $4.0u0,000, of awnings
13.600.000, of bookbinding and blank
books $5,000,000. of boots and shoes
f $,000,000, of bakery products 10.000..
000, of carpentering 7, 00"), 000, of wag
ons 3,000, Ow), of confectionery $5,000,
000, and of combs, to take care of the
hoad. oulv $13,000. Wo are tho most
uncombed peoplo in tho country, it
would setm. We make about 4,000,.
000 of drugs, $6,000,000 of flowers, $5,
000,000 of furs, $3,000,000 of gas-fixtures,
nearly $3, OW),000 of beaten and
reduced gold, $4,000,000 of hats and
caps, $5,000,000 of j -welry, $2,(R0,000
of lead stuff, $0,OO0,WAi of stone-work.
$0,000,000 of millinery, $5,0o0,0oo of
texiles, $7,000,OUO of pianos and tooting
things, and $o,o00.oou of the delicious
oleomargarine. We make $3,000,000
of paints, $3,500, ooO of paper-hangings,
f l.oOO.OOO ol patent medicines, f l.ooa-
000 of perfumery, $ 1.000, WX) of photo
graphy, $4,WjO,60o of pretty things for
the plumbers, $5,0OO,0wJ of shirts and
this is enough for one sh:rt to so the
entire rounds of the States ,0o0,oo0
of siiks, $4, OoO, 000 of soap and candies,
3,500.000 of stationery goods, $11,-
ooO.OOO of sugar and sirup, and :'5,
000,000 of tobacco and c'.gar. 2.'.w,
000 of upholstery, and l.oA'.'AM of
He Wouldn't Swap After All.
There is an old ballad of the farmer
who boasted that he did as much work
in a day as his wife cou'.d do in seven.
She answered his challenge by propos
ing tnat tie should stay at homo and
she would go into the field. After giv
ing him careful directions for his work
next morning, she left tho house and
did not come home until night. She
found the old man with his head tied
up where tho cow hud kicked him
blind; tho milk all soaking in tho
ground; the hens strayed awtv and all
tneir eggs laid where tho old man
could not find them; tho calf missing
and everything gone wrong, everything
topsy-turvey. The old farmer took it
all back and agreed that it was his wifo
who could do moro work in a day than
ho could do in seven.
A New York young fellow, hauled
up before a magistrate for laziness and
refusal to support his wife, had very
much tho samo notion of woman's
work as the old farmer in the ballad.
In answer to tho Judge's questions ho
grumbled that he was sick and tired of
standing behind a counter all day. and
therefore took a much-needed rest.1
But the babv and I starvo in the
meantime," remonstrated tho wife. Ho
said he loved her too well for that, but
sho couldn't expect a fellow to kill
himself, could she? Sho naturally
thought there was very littlo danger of
Then a sudden thought struck him.
"I'll tell you what I'll do. Nellie." said
he. "You take my place in tho storo
and I will attend to tho household du
ties." His wifo expressed a good deal
of amusement at tho idea, but he re
peated his offer. "You must have a
nice time," said he, "your work is
awfully easy." The wife answered sho
would be only too glad of tho change,
und agreed to "0wai" occupations.
"Now," said she. "vou must sret un in
the morning and mako tho fire, prepare
tho breakfast, mind tho baby" Tho
husband stopped her right there, and
gave her to understand that she would
nave to take tho baby to tho store with
her. "Not a bit of it, ' was her answer.
"lou are taking care of tho household
and that's a part of it." Ho protested
that, as she knew, tho baby s crying
uiui-iu unu aim-jsi crazy, out sho insist
ed that if ho took her place ho must
look to her duties. Sho told tho mag
istrate sho was willing to tako her hus
band's placo in tho store, and that of
ficial was about to arrange tho afl'airon
that basis. Just hero her husband was
very skeptical about her being ablo to
stand it; thought she had better at
tend to tho household and ho woulugo
buck to the store. Tho Justice re
marked that "the baby settled him,"
which was a much wiser observation
than sonic of tho moro elaborato and
longer decisions which come from tho
As a mntter of fact a man is not well
fitted to endure tho petty annoyances
and has no patience with tho petty
cares which make up a largo part of
womon's domestic work. If women
havo no business tact or capacity, men,
on tho other hand, havo littlo of tho in
finite painstaking in tho dull routine of
houso servico that women attend to
every day in their lives. Tho affair
soems to havo been pretty well ar
ranged by Providence. Tho backs and
the burdens of tho sexes seem mutually
and respectively adjusted to ouo anoth
er, and so tho world wobbles on after its
fashion of tho last several thousand
yours, ami is not likely, in this respoct
at least, to lly tho track for a good
many years to come Ddroil Free
It appears that inventors havo still
an opportunity to distinguish them
selves in tho matter of drainago traps
Dr. Sherman in tho Piiiilnriun, says
"'lhe trap has yot to bo invented which
will exclude sewer-gas, and which will
retain a perfect seal against siphuna-ro
und evaporation in tho absetico of pro
Monday Eveninq, June 23, 1884.
The wuMher would be insufferably hot
were it not for the cool brci zo that prevails
day and night from liver to river. This is
the kind of weather needed to save the
ripening grain and its effect is already seen
in the wheat quotations from governing
centeis of tho markets.
The dull season is now upon us here and
everythipg is dull. Very little inquiry for
produce; ail branches overstocked and
FLOUR The movement is confined to a
small jobbing tiade. Prices are unchanged
but there is no demand.
HAY The season is ever and prices ar
nominal. Stocks are large and there are
no salts worth noting.
CORN Stocks are large cf both white
and mixed, aud the demand is limited.
OATS Stoeks are somewhat reduced,
but the demand continues light. Prices
are uochangi d.
MEAL The season is neaily over, but
the demand continues fair and prices us
quoted last week.
BRAN The demand is small and stocks
BUTTER Dnd dull and market full
Prices range from 5 to 15 cents, according
to condition, with little demand.
EGGS Dull and lower. Stocks are
large and the hot weather has played the
mischief with the insrke?.
CHICKENS-Verv little doing. Old
chickens are plenty; young are sctrce.
Prices same as last week.
FRUIT Strawberries are out of the
market; raspberries have Uken their place
and sell reidily on arnvil. Cherries are
scarce and wanted.
scales and Quotations.
NoTK. The price Dre .-ivf u tc lor fF,,m
nrf nd Id round luu. An advmire t
ehirdfor briAiD lottiE nulcgnrrt r.
rtfbb'.i txtrt Fancy
3") bMi Tarlcua gUict.
10 bM Fancy ,
hO bbi cboice
2cir g'.lt tigi nn".: b:....
3 ctri prime
i art choice Tiuu-hr ..
3cr cioTor mixed
icr chevee h t in balk
i care choice mixed in bn'.k
?cr fleeted ait; in bu'k
3 Vfi5 75
S cr In tiuMi
J crs cliukc Northern lr. nulk
No. 2 Kr-i. K-r (a
No. 2 Xl-i.teriir;
5 Ci'v on orders
ton bt is City
'Oi f)Oond, old rucic m
ii' pound1 choice Northern
'Hi potirdi! .tomhi.ro ll
0) p'iui.d choice northern 1.
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i ccopf" 'young i ui),
Vi boxes tomato Wi'.;
30cratj cherrien 'i&;j m.
fr'i hoxet peachi-d 'wt,;
boxen applea Vii'A
Ne- potatoes, per bbl
I'eaee, per box .
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To it-washed ,
H. C. Hams...
SALT V EATS.
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9li bushel linrlapi
& bushel J
Peaches, halves and quarter
Apples, bright -
.8 M.i :: U
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Wild CiU J.
lleavi r per pound .
Hear , .
10 to 6S
10 to if,
in to 5
Ml to 3 '0
75 to 1 0
S to 15
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Dry Flint choice
Phi in Oreen
Sheep Pi'ltn.dry ..
Sheep Pi H. t'd-i-n.,
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Vlcks'inr:.'. Preire Hoiiku 4 per rwt. hlkh-r
All oth-T w u poll 1 neioiv vempiiiH to ., 1 r
leans. ame rules .s to K ire-.
ii av VI M B f
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30 UN CN SQUARE NEWYORK.
TCR SALE BY
II. Steairal i Co., Cairo, 111
617 Su Charles St. si. LCHS, MO.
A rssular Orndnato Ci" two tnlii
fo. .. bn loi.i.'' t (rt iicwed in the tru
M.'lironie, Nervous, SU111 nivl
)... 1 i'iiniaiiit omf iiyli-lii 111
M. !. . . 15 clly r lv"' show ,inl ul I ..Id resl-
:-:.!.". . or.ui!.iti..n it orr.re or tv mall,
if i.-.J ;vltl. A frLiidly t!k or Ins opinion
c-.5ts r .ihlrje. When Ida l:uoi.nili nt tovlslt
tli 1 Tr for treattumt. ni"li.iiie9 ran Im s-nt
hyiuallor f;,ri-m tverv ,i... r i;raln-ea-t
I'M nr.,:. :.); 'hri-iluubt Mitblt U Sraukly
tat-d. Cil or Write,
rroua Prostration, Debility, Msntal and
Physical Wnknxis, Mercntlal an-1 Othsr
affxtlonaof Throat, Skin and BonM, Elood
ImpurltUa and Blond Polling, ikln Aflw
tlons, Old Korea and flrsn, ImpsdlmsnU to
Marrlairg, Bhenmatlsw, PIIm. SperUI at
tentlon t fass from orcr-worljed iiraln.
KflUJICAf. CASES rerle speclsl attftitlon!
Ilieasea arising from Imprudenret Ktrssscij
H Is self.evldnit that a plivilcian f nvliijr
Pr:leu:ar attention to a t!w.f m-cb att ilm
(.'reat (kill, and phrnleiiins In reirnlar practice
all over the country knowing thi. fr-i 'htly
rscomiiiend imses to the olcet oifi. e li- A mcrU
cu, where every known appllnin e H te-orteC
I", and the proved itootl reiii'li.,.- of alt
i(-s and eomitrlcs are u,-., A bole hiHr-1 1
u.f-1 loroilii e (.urpws.and all ,ire treate'l with
skill In a respectful iiiuiintr; and, kiiow.nir
r.at lodo, noex.' rliiii-nti are mad". ( n
count of the gnat number applvlnr. t!m
charge? are kept low, often lower than Is re
manded hy others. If you secure the !-kl I i n l
ml a speedy and perfect Hie cure, that :s .rie
in. portant matter. Pauiplilet, 'M pig.;i. S:ut
to any aldre.-s free.
REMARRIAGE GUIDE, m
Klegant cloth and gilt lilndin-.'. Seale.l for 50
Cenis iii f.otae or currency, iver filly w hi
derful pe-n pictures, true tollfe. arth les' on tin;
following Hiihjerts: Who may marry? whou ti
why? i 'roper ageto marrv. Whonmrrv llr-t.
Manhood. Womanhood. Phvsleal deeav". W lo
should marrv. How life and ha.diie-i'inav lie
liierea-ed. 1 hoso niarrlrd or eonlemplati-.)'
marrvlng should read It. It ought to he real
by all adult persons, then kept under Pn-k ail
key, popular edition, same as above, hut paf
cover ami t pages, i uei,u l-y mall, U ,oiiei
I KFOReVaND WAJFTErV
lisctnc appllincM art tent on 30 Dayi' Trial,
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNQ OR OLD,
"MPi are sulferlng from Nmvors DaniUTT,
T Lost VlTiUTV, I.r of .Nkkvi Foi ahb
Vmon. Waitiko WiitaKisrKS.andall tlmsu illneues
of 1 1 v.k-.,i. Sin k refilling from Anriss and
" 'TlllSK CilUCT, H:e,ljr relief and complete. nU
r tHoii-.r IIhai.th A looHand Mahiioouiii.ahaktkkd.
'I he rfr-i:td.t discovery of till, NlnWcentll Ceiilury.
?)ci,d ul oni..u for Jllustratud Pamphlet f rue. Address
VOLTAIC 8HT CO., MARSHAtl, MICH.
A fkvnrlto creacrlntlnn of onn of ih
tnnst noted and nuocemiful specialists In tho TJ. ti
inow retired) for tlwcureof Nerroum ItrhlUtih
.tml .TfiMi fiood, lafcnauilleoi. Heni
Ui plain aealod uuveloperee. l'tUKKlslacuu Oil itm
Addrasi DR. WARD & CO.. Louisiana. Mo.
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Ini-li ad of llhlinents, lotions, ure llensou's Ca
clnu I'uroiiH l'liistors. (ju:ck at and bust. '.'5cln,
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CO 'I S anil exchieive tirr.- tury u.ven
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The Science of Life. Only 81
BY MAIL roST-I'AIi).
FxhaustL'd V tn!:tv Servnns nul I'lviir.! li.,
li!!itv Prunihlnri. 'll..rlln.. It, V ,1 'V...r ...
Voinh, arid ut.tu!d miseries resulting 'irom imlls
cret nn or i'.cies A bonk for every man. vouni.
Iiiiddli-sgt'd and old. 1 1 cnii'aiiis li'i nri.rrhiiii.i,
r s!l ai ule ami chrr.ri'r i1ihi.u. .-iirti r.in,
which is ina inilde. lir.md lV the Author.
whose cjvriei. co fur il year is such as tirobnh y
mver beferu f.-i! to the lot nf any physician, .jifl
PH.'1'li. Illlll nd I n tleHlltiflll Vr: rich mn''in ..n,l.,.d
nd covers, lul giit. cuatar.totd to be a fli'er wora
iu c. ij pcijpf-mt'i Bitnu s1, nierary ana iroi-s-sioLal
than any other sold In this counirv
inr . m. 01 uie ni i.ey wit, he rclutidud In ever
instui ce 1'iio nt.ly l.im bv mm, poet aid.
Iiiui-trative f-mi le ti citus. !-end now. (io'd
medal awarded the author bv the Satin' al Medical
rt-"'c:miou, to uie . niC' Ti I w;i:cii lie r. Icr.
'I'lll. Snnlf .I.A,.l,l V... I Km .1 ... I -
i u.r uv.i ri.ujll. lit ri. lilt. t I II 1 1 IOI II1'
st ut'.inn, and by the afflicted for reliel h will
oeiiKi i an. I.OIidon l.acct't.
I here is no member nl society to whom lhl
httrik Will ll.lt 1... II tl. fill uhcV...r fnl'tl,
guard -an, intnictor nr lerg man Argonaut.
ui:ess ine reaonuy siiiiicai liislitule. nr Dr
W. II. I'lifklT. Nil I P. l it' CI St t I! ..!..,!
Msss.. Who rriHV be IDT .llifeil on ftM tl . uca ...
o,ui'lng ekiil and experience, (.'h'nnlc utn ulieti
nut- oii-vt,.. f nisi i.ave oiiiieil l l i ' me
sklil n( ail o'her Dhvsici'ins a 11 liM li .o.
cialty. Sui.li trated sue- rpi I 'C 1 " f f
cefj!!v without an ir.
et 1111 OlVliT
ancei l failure Mei.Unn this paper.
MI Hi SKIN
U.T riHf.l M. r ZKM K. W !;.,-i I. ( Ut
rtd. Kn 'IH ' ie(. r. II IV. i. lMli'-tllll. I.iir t
P h. l it. .( it-. .',i ;irl ::re h , I i..i.' I .,;.i,;i;g
ai d ru"iii I Wooii'ls, Iiji,i.-wiii!ii, Mii.Lurn, aud
u! di-. a.es of ine Skin.
For i'lli-s, W'lunds. Cuts, fleers nr in, p-,
fetiinlv I- o pp-mpt In ttllanK nt.d he ilio as
1'uj'ilciti .l.in Cuie. It d'- not inart "r hum.
iflruti'ita ii. ten buujiiixrjtt ari'i' -o;! t AlU,
N -tt. f'ATAItlill. . ri K or i Illi'iVI'" i "Mi
ii. the Iliad, l:oe told, Li'iin liial i.i.!,iirh iuA
fi'lnst-s the iiotrlls, f.er:i,i's i :iliiral I r'l.unil.i,
ai.d pree,u I t,i lll-filliuli. lili;lif. :tlei .lift ink'.
itita s;iei Hi. i no- f..r l.'ulil in tho Head - v. he p
ll t aiiscJ hy vud ii n haiijf. Hi lhe nimo-pliere,
'itt Ir.l. in tut ltlulnil tlfajWj'OKlt lt f Ittlllt.
PAPIUON MC. CO.. CHICAGO
tMl SAI.i: IV .'I.l DI!VCG1!-'J.S
For fc'nlo bv
PAUL (I. SC.II U II,
Snocial Amtp. in this citv.
T 1:1 K ''
htw Life it Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
0iraiiiz'tl Di'ceiiilitT, 1.".!!:), rmliT the
Law of U',1',.1.
coi'viucii r .!;' i:ui:n.
.Successor to Widows und Orphans Muuiil Aid Sn
ciely, o-jjiiiilxef'. July 4ih, IH77, uu'''jr
the latvs of Vi'i.
JC'IIN II. l:01!INHON. ..
W.M. HTUATi' N
.1. A. (jdl.DSTINh
0. W. )V sNIXi
IVeSl le t
....Mi atciil Adviser
liOAIM) OF DlKKCTOJt- fou 1t YKAK.
Win. Striiliuti, Hi riitton . Ilird, iTo'.ers, (iulrn. 111.,
J. A. (in.d 'tine, nltlulilstliio ,V Kosetiwuler, v. hole
sale and n till dry guild; (.:. V. Diiniiitii!. Al. I.j
l'res. lid. Med Kx., fur l i nslnns; Albert Lewis,
cornmlff Inn men hunt; ,). II. Kohliisnn, coumy
JiidK'i an notary public; Win. K. I'itt lier, com.
broker und Insurance, aircnt; K. II. IIuImI, city
street supervisor; M. I'hilllps, carpenter and build
er; 'I humus Lewi", atioruev and secretarv ; K.V.
Fiurccjiutoriify-atdaw, liuiiloin 111. ; K, C Pace
cashier of ''entennlal Hhiik, Ashley, III.; APiert
HaydiMi, caHliicr uf fJeorue (lonnu.ly & Co., r-prlnir-Ibdd,
I I ; It, M Mtinn, nttorney-at-luw, 1K Itiu
dolph sheet, Chleiiu'o; linn. Until. A. Hatcher, at-tnrnev-nt
law, Charlestnn, Mn ; II. l.elghton,
cashier First National Hank. Minirt. Iowa.
Ladies aud (lentlenien can find a
profitable etipUvnient B, their uwn
homes. Tho business Is 1 Kht ami
pleasant. Yon can multo from f t to
.?.adav. Nit ninviiMHlmr. u'o.l aetit
bv mull any distnnco. No stiirnp Inr reply. Meas
address CKOVs N MANL FACIL', INU CO., W
Hiau St., Cincinnati.
IXINOIH CENTKAL R. Ii
uuUst ami Quickest Koute
8t. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Unlv Lino I tunning
O DAILY TRAIN
Makinci Dikkct Connkotio.v
r.iA INS I mvr 1 ' . i J; , i
!J iiie.Mi ii
Arrivu-tr Ifi M i...n- ., i, . , , .
'Ull Lfhl.-V.'le, ll.i ,u,.a, ,, ui.i ,.,,, flBi,
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lor u'l pi ' ,i, w.-n.
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M'h t'l i.s i ( Alt tr .. . . '. , V:.'".
,, . , . . ........ u.. nu. Willi-
i ii-t TiniM ivM.
t'il'M-fJ-w; ' ih.s ni.e (ju.i.,1, it, K.-.-i.
les.db) .v .M-n 7lv'J. ThV's'.'i-.r'di'vafi;,'
i"u V.u.rotu atr,, rmeslu us lork Si nolav
l tr For throiifh tickets and further irf.rmatn
pll at l.i.unis Csiiilral Itaiiroad Depot, Cairo.
. , -..v-.. iJ- "NUS, '1 n gel Anl
. .1. uAMsGN. teu. I'asa. Aifett. Calr.avc
U. l. TIME CAUD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS C'KNTU AL K. It.
Trains dena t. t..;...
Mai! .....'," a.rr . 1 tMall...
. i.i ' a. m
.':l."i p. m.
1 to a. m.
li :10 a.m.
. i i p.m.
K"I'ress 3:5p. in. Kiprtss .' '
M Louis I X K; M ti. m. I Sl I nu is Kl
I. t. It. It f Southern Di viwo
Miil 4:4 a.m I tN O. Ex
'r-xi 'ii-s In: ill a m. I tN. (I F.i
:c')ni :l lj u m. tX. O v..
tT. I. A I l I, it
tKipr. es Ifl::ii)p.ni. I tKiprei-s
W.. t-T. I.. A P. It n
A' H br 4 JO a.m. I 'Mall A Et.
. 9. 3(i p. in
'Actum llUlo m l...,.
Freight ;?:4.'i a.m! Freight."'.'..
..P1 ji a.m.
.ti i't p.m
Mi'JSII.K & OHIO H. K.
M"'! S:.Va.m. Mall
Dally except Sunday, t I)liv.
aKKIV.M. ANl iJtl'AKU-KK OF MAILS
Arr at I Dep're
, , f- O. I fro FC
i. . n. i. i roiii. i.. k nu ). 5 a. m.
I p . iu
9 p. m.
i pv n.ai; ... ...
" i Mn.tl.erii I)iv
Irnr. M .iin'uiti I. It
.4 'W o. ui
T p. m.
in p. in.
7 p. m.
5 p. rn.
S p. ui
Waba-h li. I
Texus 4 .St. 1 1 j;s K. II.
St. L'ltiis t (.' irn ll. H..
.! p. m.
M.i-s I iver anives Wed . at Jt Mnn.
pi.r;s W ed , Fn. tS Sun.
I'(J.i;ei' del. op u frimi 7 am to 7:3 ) pm
1 .V. bill i'el . o, ir Ironi Ra m to u n n.
SuiidHis tel.. nt r, from. ...Ha. m. to In a. m.
S'Hiiims f ox del. open from. ...tS a. m. to lu:im
rNO'l E.-Cbauift s viiil be published from
time Ui tun- lu city papers. Chanire vnur cards ar
co'diiiy, W.M. M. ML'Ki'IIY. I'. .M
- . oi -'1 bmnaj W. Ha !:.'ay.
"i f i- frail. F. .N.diu.
i' lk i)t HI.IS. ,1, ruiei
t i ii-elnr- V ru. li. Ollherl.
l .r-1 a!-I.. II. Meers,
forri" v - v lliiani'llci.dricki.
I'oii-e Mn.-l-irate-A. funiitie".
loiKii nr AMiEtiaaa
-,,rl Vrd- Ani.iri;e, Harry Va!k t
- . or .! W ard - Jer.- liii.klf, C. N. lioi'l.es.
Fftird Wf.rd- lt. F. liiake, V .itx hmiih.
Fourth ard--( 1 aries O. Fatler. Adoitih Swo
r'iitb War 1- Ci as. Lai easier. Hei.ry Htont.
..nit .ludt'c-IJ. J.Hakvr.
Circuit rierk A. II. lrvin.
Coui.iy Jiidire J. II. lioldiison.
I 'iiiii.ty Clerk ri. .). II n in ni .
County Attorney An KU9 Leek.
Coiiiity 1 reasurer Mi lea W. I'arkrr,
."l i liR .lobii Ilodires.
Lnroher- K. Fltiiferald
rmiriiv Commlraionera T. W. Hailld iv. J. II'
Mnlcubev ur.il I'e'.cr Saup
-s A I ISO lUri'I.ST.-Cornur Tenth and I'opla
VJ streets; preaching every Sunlny mo.nlnaaud
niylit at uual hours. I'rayer r.eut ni; Weduea-
II OJ IIIKlit, HUIIUU ft. Ijotf l . lf,0l.JO.
Itev. J.xu. r. KOE.N, I'astor.
r slU'liCIl OF Til E KKOEKMER-(Eplscnpal
V.' Four:eenth street; Sunday 7:0oa m.. Holy
t..n I.. .. , .n. . ... u
ttuiiounit.il itr..,wB. ui., Titjfuiiii; ThJVTif 11 a. 111.
.Sunday schools p. m., Evenini; 1'rayers 7;Ju p.m
F.I' l.'iiveiipnrt, y. T. B. Hectiu.
I 'll.'ST MISSIONAHV 1JAIT1.ST CHl'KCU.
I I'r.'iti hllit' at tlliSII a n... It t, m .n --'.o n .n
- - 1 I" ..... ...i.. , ,uir y, ui.
ball, school st 7:30 p. m Kev. T. J. Shore,
L'i'HKItAN -Thirti-tnti. street; tervites tie):
I ji bath 1:30 a. m.; .Sunday school 2 p m. Kav.
umppe, past jr.
I KTIIODIHT Cor. Klijhlb and Walnut streets,
I I'reachltiK Kabbath 11:00 a.m. nd7:HO p.m.
nday .s,,l.o..I at .4:imj p. m. he v. .1. A. Scairett,
IJKESDYTEIIIAS -Klfhth street: preacntuR nr
Subbnlh at 11:00 a. m. aud 7::-UIi. m.; prayer
nMi'llne Wednesrlav at. 7:3'ln. m SnnilHv Arhot.l
it S p. m. Kov li. V. Ocore, pastor.
! T. .1 OS K I'll S -iHoman Catholic) Cornor Crosi
' and Wiilnnt streets; Masa y,:ry .Sunday at
and It a. in. : Sunday s hool at i n.ni.. and V'esu-
eri ut p. ni. M m every morning al si a. di. Kev
u, aauuncy, jiastor.
T. PATHK K'S (Knniau CuthoilrlCurner NMnth
street and Washington avenuo: Mass overv
Sunday mid s and In a in.: Sunday pcli hi. at 4 p.m.'
aud Vespers at ii p. in. ass eyo y incrii'tiii at 8
p. m. liev. J . .M iin.liy, pastor.
f A LI, ID AY BROTH KR,
fLOUK, AND WW
Htet'-atCtsh Price Paid lor IVLiat,