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THE DAILY OAIUO BULLKTiN; FRIDAY MORNING JULY II, 1584.
R.vjtfT 'i u & (Ainu rosT(H'K!t:i., nut.
lrtl(N TMIKILIIU TIIK MAII.it AT
HKI'IIM) CI.AHS KATKH.
A (Jforiii 'Witch.
roin,rs of Miss Lulu Hurst havo
Btry puzzled tho pcoplu of Coliirn-bu-
It appoars that Miss Lulu
in sscd of phenomenal nml niys
tcipowers, of which the Culuniljiis
foAvo not yet tliscovcrcd thu secret.
Sus hold of a billiard cue, and if
npiri of Columbus grasps the other
cd speedily sat dancing about,
aiiten by a turaiitula. She holds
uihair, and no man is able to foreo
itlie floor. She has been known to
eiwith naso a chair upon which ten
firown men wero perched, and
w one stalwart follow of middle njro
urtook to wrest a billiard cue from
Jtrasp sho quickly chased him oil
titnfs in rout and confusion.
10 dispatches which recount thi-so
lders furnish us with an easy eluo
fta mystery, though noboiiy in (Jul
nis seems to havo discovered it.
' are told that Ms Lulu is "sweet
teen" in appcaranre; that she has a
rasant face and "is of admirable
ntour," whatever that may mean.
io is further reported to be vivacious
id winning in her ways.
Now given these qualilications, and
icre is .scarcely a girl in America who
n nut do all that Miss Lulu does and
tore. We have known a young wo
rm to set a dozen young men dancing
bout in a ridiculous way, without
ising a billiard cue or any other wand
whatever. M:,s Jrene Macgilhcuddy
kn-v all about such arts, and there are
icores of women in New York who
ivc only to look at a young man in
oraer to deprive him at once of ail self-
control and set him doin'' much inuro
foolish thini's than any that are report-
i oi .miss uiiiu s victims.
As to the supposed atteniDts of the
Columbus voting ni'ii to re-ist. their
futility is no more than is to be expect-
1 in the circumstances. What young
man ever did resist the witchery of a
oung woman bent upon controlliu"
im? And the proverbial gallantry of
the vouul' (rcor'ians makes nil thou 'lit
r? - -i
of their Hucecss m such attemuts us-
When Miss Lulu drove the stalwart
middle-nged man oil' the hta'-e. siio
iniily reiieateil a performance familiar
to ail ob-erveis of the wajs of women.
The robust fellow is not an adept in
he art of agreeable flirtation, an I it
was quite a matter i f cuitix; that he
should be Sent about his business.
In short the whole performance was
imply an exhibition on the stago of
what is done every day at fashionable
resorts in the country. Wo do not
nv that Miss Lulu is a witch, but her
witchcraft is neither peculiar nor re
markable. It is shared by every pret
ty girl living who happens to delight
in tno leminine art of coquetry. . 1.
Cumiiu rciitl Aih-rti.n r.
It has been shown by several of the
writers that up to the year 11 -3 tho
world had outgrown its supplies of tho
precious metals, aril that commerce
was languishing for the wherewithal to
adjust the exchanges of communities.
Previous to that year the principal
sources of supply were South America,
the west coast of Africa, Kussia in
Kuropo and Ain, and the islands of
the Malay archipelago. According to
tho calculations of M. Chevalier, the
total production of both gold and sil
ver from the sources Pet ween V.i2 and
1 s is was equal in value to JL'l.TlU.iM',
O'c.i. The importation of gold, howev
er, was small; and the total stock of
tho metal in Christendom inlets is
estimated to have been only JL'.Vj' -(WO.
Tho production since that year
has been very remarkable. Let us
look at the figures. In 14 California
began to como forward; and in lsol
the Australian fields were opened, lie
twecn 149 and l7o the production of
tho world is estimated at WMQ,W'K
io that in twenty-seven years the stock
of gold was more than doubled. 'lho
average annual supply previous to I S 18
was .3.000.000; in 1- the production
was jUso'.SoO.OOO. An Australian au
thority estimates tho yield of tho colo
nies from 151 to 181 as 'J77.000,(joO;
and Mr. Hogarth 1'attersun gives tho
total production of the world between
lSl'J and I-) as710.l0,00 .
The statisticians of the United States
mint cstimato that tho total production
of gold in tho world during tho four
hundred years ending in 1-' was 10,
3'J4 tons, equal in valuo to 1,442,3.VJ.
602. During the same year tho pro
duction of silver was 11)1.7:31 tons, of
tho valuo of 1,710,40:3,71)5. On tho
basis of tho last threo years, tho avcr
no annual production of gold in tho
world is now 21,500,000. Taking 1881
as an illustration, tho largest contribu
I, s jM.9bi.nnO Oli 11 1
Australasia.. tl.ir.Ti IM) CoieiiiMn.,
jtnssiH 5,7ln () Austria....
Mexico I'.'T.tNM Venezuela
Germany .3W CntiiHlu...,
, see tin)
. 4.V) IK)
Sonio out-of-tho way data respecting
tho great canals of tho world aro pub
lished. Tho Imperial Canal of China
is over 1,000 miles long. In tho year
1081 was completed the greatest under
taking of the kind on lho European
continent, tho Canal of Languedoc, or
tho Canal du Midi, to connect tho At
lantic willi tho Mediterranean; iis
length is 148 miles, it has moro than
lOtflocks and about fifty aqueducts,
and in its highest part it is no loss
than GOO feet iibovo tho sea; it is navi
gablo for vessels of upward of 100 tons.
Tho largest ship canal in Kuropo is tho
Great North Holland Canal, completed
in 182512.) feet wide at tho water
surface, thirty-one feet wido at tho
bottom, and which lias a depth of
twenty feet; it extends from Amsterdam
to tho Holder, lh'ty-ono miles. Tho
Caledonia Canal, in Scotland, has a
total length of sixty miles, including
threo lakes. Tho Suez Canal is eighty
eight miles long, of which sixty-six
miles nro actual canal. The Erie Canal
is 8501 miles lone", tho Ouio Canal,
Cleveland to Portsmouth, M-': tho
Miami & Erie, Cincinnati to Toledo,
21)1; tho Wabash & Erie, Kvansvillo to
the Ohio line, 374.
How 'imsressiiicii Deem.
The republicans are the I. cst-d reused
people in both the Si iiale and House.
They have belter-kept beards, sleek
faces, and look as though they hud
from $2 to $5 in change in their
pockels. They look as though they
think moro of public matters than
about how to save $2.5iX) per annum
out of $5,000 salary. They wear good
clothes and polished shoes, and walk
with tho air of men confident of posi
tion, and above making tho matter of
personal appearance a matter of study.
They leave external matters to good
tailors and bootmakers, pay tho bills,
eat good beef and trimmings, shavo
often, and havo ther heads shampooed,
so as to quicken clear thought and
smell sweet to their friends and wives.
Some of tho democrats are j;it as well
kept and glide through the House like
gentlemen. Let us add hero that dress
does not make the gentleman; but it
attracts gentlemen and suggests a
clean skin. The plain democrats who
come here from tho pcoplu glory in
being shod in nailed shoes and capped
with a drooping, uinbrella-liko hat.
Do these great fcrmeutiiig minds stop
to think that the man with the biggest
brains lately in the Senate, Roseou
Conkling, left his measure with his
tailor when a boy, and never knows
what he puts on except as ho receives
a package on the evening of the sea
sons as they come. Chester A. Arthur
is the neatest man in Washington al
most, and he has some brains too. Abo
Hewitt, Allison, Edmunds and Randall
are wearers of good broadcloth, well
cut; so are dozens of others. Speaker
Keifer is always ready for u day call.
Vest, of Missouri, is always in well
shaped goods, and boldly wears a gold
chain around his neck heavy enough to
hold a yacht. Lx- ice President David
Davis is tho picture of respectability.
ieorge M. Robeson looks like an En
glish lord. Members who get lodgings
in the suburbs for 1 a day, two meals
included, spend the time they should,
be circulating among their brother
members in the unfrequented hotels
md other quarters, walking to and
from their sotir-miik home-. When
they get to their seats in tho Capitol
they feel dull with bad stomachs, and
hardly cet to thinking before Linking
Reed and other bright republicans
have them in tho nine-hole. l'a.,hiwj-
toil Litter t'J Ua'i.wtoil X'.'CS.
Flowers of the Old Gardens.
On many sides I see cvidencs that
tho old-fashioned flowers are coming
into fresh favor. A bright lady writer
gives it as her experience and observa
tion that there is a decided restoration
of the flowers of our great grandnioth-
rs' garden?, such as the peonies, pop
pies, hollyhock, sweet Williams, clove
.nks, yellow l;!n's columbines, Ulno-
ueiis, tii'iir !(; ii, monk s nooa, pmox-
lvehnis, sweet sultan, and the like.
l'hev are not only for the most part
beautiful in color and form, but a great
advantage of their cultivation is that
when once planted they will delight
the sen-es for vears, if a little atten
tion is only given to them in the spring
y digging about the roots and apply
ing a plentiful supply ot rich compost,
uul dividing their roots in the autumn
too crowded. Tnev bloom at a sea
son when (lowers are nin-t welcome.
Who that has been fambiar with a
garden of a generation ago wul not
recognize this picture: 'To make an
old-fashioned garden there should ho
bods of Easter lilies, mingled with
clumps of spider lilies and borders of
sweet Williams and coiumoines oi every
hue, intermixed with such annuals as
mignonette and sweet a'ysum, edged
with biue-bells or a baby's breath.
Long beds are made of tulips of all
colors, single and double, and clusters
of peonies', phloxes, clove pinks, pop
pies, and garden junks, wi'.n a baek
cround of hollyhocks and monk's
iiood. The martagon lilies, Easter lil
ies, yellow lilies, and the iris, with its
mro crimson bells, succeeded tho tu
ps, and then tho June roses, which in
these days of rose-gardens wouid not
be thought very beautiful, but at that
time were a glory. 1-uty kinds ot gar
den roses wore planted there, besides
climbers, and bush roses, and various
kinds of monthly tea and a banksia,
whose clusters of bull' flowers were cx-
iuisitely beautiful. Of course, theso
delicate roses wero housed in tho cel
lar during tho winter, but they added
great beauty to the old garden in tho
summer. campanulas, Kx-giocs,
)vrethrums, and larkspurs also grew
in abundance, and cut flowers always
filled vases and dishes in tho sitting
room and parlor. Tho blood-red, dark
crimson, and dwarf golden yellow sorts
aro very effective m mixed borders.
Sweet Williams have been greatly im
proved, and produeo flowers of largo
size and richness of coloring." Lan
caster (l'a.) Intdligoiccr.
Evidences that lloston is Improving.
In ono of tho theaters tho other even-
in"' a young man and woman, both
well dressed and evidently of good
social position, camo in together and
took seats in lho center of the orches
tra. After tho first act the young man
excused himself and went out, displac
ing, as ho did so, all tho people who
had seats between him and tho aisle,
and as tho curtain went up lio returned,
his neighbors again rising and becom
ing conscious, ns ho passed them, of
an" agreeable flavor of cloves and tho
copper distilled nectar of Kentucky.
At tho end of tho second net tho
operations wero repeated, and tho mix
turo of spicy and alcoholic odors was
iuic-montod, and ngain at tho end of
tho third, at which time tho young
man was observed to bo somewhat un
steady on his pins. As tho curtain
dropped on tho fourth act ho again
went out, but this limo was followed
by his companion, although ho himself
did not notice tho fact. When ho camo
back and sat down ho observed her ab
sence, ami, after looking vaguely about
and comparing his check with his seat
number, ho got upon his feet ami went
out to find her.
After a long hunt in lobby and dressing-room,
ho evidently camo to lho
conclusion that sho hud left him in tho
li nml n-ono home, whereupon ho
nin .!.iinrtiil. And tlioso who saw tho
affair would havo given a dollar and a
lmlf nnleeo to hear what sho said to
him tho uext titno they met. i'os.'o't
W. P. r.AMHiMN, rivnr editor ol i'ue Hiti.ktin
nml ulritmhoit panne inter k.'i ni. )r li;r8 for nil
klmlc of h livi in liuhl lull 1 1 r I ii 1 1 ii lT .1 1 f 1 1 ! . (ilY.cc
ul itowrt'a KuruinMii Until. No. iC'iinu luwc.
UAOKS OK TIIK lUVKIl."
Riiver marked by the i;auge at this
port, at 2:12 p. in. yesterday, 23 feet 2
inches. Rise during previous twenty-
four houis, 1 inch.
Chattanooga, July 10. River 5 feetO
inches mid falling.
Cincinnati, July 10. River 10 feet 10
inches hi, d fullui".
Louisville, July 10. River 0 feet 1
inch and falling.
Nashville, July 10. River (! ft 1 inch
Pittsburg, July 10. River 2 feet 5 in
ches and falling.
St Louis, July 10 River 15 ft 1 inch
M I St K LI. A X KOUS 1 T K M S .
The Ous Fowler is the regular mail
packet due at 2 p. in. daily, Sundays ex
cepted, passengers going to St. Louis by
rail who come down on the Fowler andean
take the Iron Mountain train which leaves
here 7:40 p. m. for Si. Louis. This is de
cide!)' the most pleasant route to St. Louis
as this train carnei a tleeper.
Tne Wyoming for New Orleans Sunday.
The Commonwealth from Vicksburg
pas-ed up f r St. Louis yesterday morning.
She had a fair trip.
Capt. John Thornburg, formerly of the
Buckeye State, will take command of the
Eniun Cruhim when completed for the
Cincinnati and Memphis trade.
We stated yesterday that there were only
three bolts no v running in the Southern
Transportation Line from Cincinnati to
New Orleans. We were mistaken as there
are four. The Golden Rule, U. P. Schenck,
Wyoming and Pnris C. Brown.
The City of New Orleans passued up for
St. Louis last night. She had 800 tons of
freight for St. L'uis.
The Hudson from St.
Louis pasud up
She had a good
for Paducah last Dight,
The City of Providence is due to night
from St. Louis for Yicksburg.
Yesterday was a lovely day; a fine breeze
all day and last night was a delightful
night for "noczing."
In every walk of life those distressing
diseases neuralgia and rheumatism intrude
themselves. They respect neither age nor
station and young and old, ricn and poor,
feci their malign power. Medical science
has shown btyoud dispute thut these dis
eases spring from an irregular condition of
the blood. Athlophoros searches through
the life current and whenever poisonous
sutatances are encountered they are
promptly expelled with the result of bring
ing now health to every part of the human
The Hodi-arriers in Germany.
As there are no hodcarricrs in Ger
many, for the simple reason that a hod
is as unknown there as an Irishman is,
each brick must bo passed from hand
to hand again. Tho higher up tho
bricklayers are tho more men aro re
quired to toss the bricks. Two men to
a story is nbout tho average with
enough more to lead from tho front of
the building to tho placo whero tho
bricks aro needed. Thus I havo seen
threo m n on tho ground, eight on tho
front of the building, and live on tho
top, making sixteen men through whoso
hands each brick passed before it
reached its place of destination. I
have frequently stood and watched a
single brick go climbing tho front of a
building, leaping from hand to hand,
and I have wondered every time why
in the world hods, horse power, or
steam engines were not used.
To permit yourself and family to
With sickness s lien it can be prevented
and cured easily
ith Hop Bitters!!!
Having experienced a great deal of
"Trouble!'' from indigestion, so much 50
that I camo near losing my
My trouble always camo after taking any
And tl 1k'S tible,
For two or three hours at a time I had
to go through tho most
'And the only way I ever got'1
Was by throwing up ail my stomach
contained. No one can conceive tho pains
that I had to go through, until
I was taken! "So that or three weeks I
lay in be 1 and
Could cat nothing 1
My Bufferings wero so that I called two
doctors to give me something that would
stop the pain; their
Efforts were no good to me.
At last I heard a good deal
"About your Hop Bitters!
And determined to try them."
Got a bottle in four hours I took the
Next day I was out of bed, and have not
Hour, from tho same causo since.
I havo recommended it to hundreds of
others. You havo no such
"Advocato as I am." Geo. Kendall,
Allston, Boston, Mass.
Columbus Advocato, Texan, April 21, '83.
Dear Editor: I havo tried your Hop Bit
tors, and find they are good for any conv
plaint. Tho best medicine I ever used in
my family. II. Talkskii.
IVNono irfltmlna without a- hunch of (jrcen
nop on tho whim litnnl. Hnnn nil the vue pim
iiDous tuil'wttu "Hop" or "Hops" In tliolr nam.
The assessment books for the year 1881
have been filed in my office, and aro now
open for the inspection of all parlies con
cerned; ami all parties are horciby notified
that on .Monday nexr, thu nth day of July,
tho Hoard of County Commissioners will
meet in regular session, to hear any com
plaints in relation thereto.
Sam i. J. Hcmm,
lw County Clerk.
Caiko, July 7, 1884.
New Hoarding House.
Persons seeking good board by the day
or week can bo accommodated at tho house
of Mrs. Fred llofheniz, on Sixth Street,
near Commercial. Rates, :J.o0 per week.
Single meals, 2o cents.
If Yuu Do!
If you want to sell anything,
If you want to buy anything,
If you want to increase your business,
If you want to hire anyone,.
If you want a situation,
If you have a house to rent,
If you want to rent a house,
Advertise in The Caiko Bcli.kti.w
A Lawyer's Opinion of Interest to all.
J. A. lawney, hsii., a lending attorney
of Winona, Minn., writes: "After using it
for more than three years, I take great
pleasure in sating that I regard Dr. King's
New Discovery fur consumption, as the
best remedy in the world for coughs and
colds. It lias never failed to cure the most
severe colds I have had, and invariably re
lieves the pain in the chest.
Trial bottles of this sure cure for all
throat and lung diseases may be had free
at Barclay Broa drug store. Largo size,
Huckien's Arnica Salve
The Best Salve in tho worla for Cuts,
liruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Kl.eum, JTever
Sorts, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It i guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
."i rents rifcr bor. Fur a!n v flftrrliiv
- ' r -- - "i - - j
Aii Answer Wanted.
Can any one bring us a case of Kidney
or Liver complaint that Electric Bitters
will not Epeedily cure? We say they csd
not, as thousands of cases already perma
nently cured and who are daily recommend
ing Electric Bitttrs, will prove. Bright's
disease, diabetes, weak back, or any urinary
complaint quickly cured. They purify the
blood, regulate the bowels, and act direct
ly on the diseased puts. Every bottle guar
anteed. For sale at .10c. a bottle by Barclay
Quick, complete cure, all annoying Kid
ney, Bladder and Urinary Diseases. .00
From Col. C. II. Mac.key, 32d Iowa In
fantry: I have uow been using Ely's
Cream Balm for three months, and am ex
periencing no trouble from catarrh what
ever. I have been a suflVrer for twenty
years. C. If. Mackey, Sigourney, Iowa.
Legal Blanks Kept For Sale
at Tuk Bulletin office.
Special Warranty Deeds,
Quit Claim Deeds,
Heal Estate Mortgage,
Executions. Summons, Venire,
Garnishee Blanks. &c.
If you aro tired taking the large old-
fashioued griping pills try Carter's Little
Liver Pills and take some comfort. A man
can't stand everything. Ono pill a dose.
"Rouffli on Dentist'' Tooth Powder.
Smoothi Refreshing, Harmless, Elegant,
Cleansing, Preservative and Fragrant. 15c.
WALsnviLi.E, Iix., August 20th, 138:1.
After the birth of my first child my
recovery was very Blow, and it seeruert to
me that I should never get well again.
The doctors who treated me did not seem
to understand my case, or if they did, were
unable to restore me to my former health.
I grew weaker and poorer for months and
thought I should die. Finally I was in
duced to try Merrcll's Female Tonic, and
to my Joy and surprise I found myself get
ting stronger almost trom the first dose, anil
after u-dng one bottle I was as strong and
as well ever before. Respectfully,
31 us. Mattie A. JIcPniEi..
"Well's Health Renewer" restores health
and viiror, cure3 Dyspepsia, Impotence,
Sexual Debility, f 1. (2)
I feel very grateful for the wonderful
cures performed with Ely's Cream B:Um. I
havo had catarrh in its worst lorm tor
twenty-five years. Cream Ralm is the best
thing I ever tried. J. B. Kelsey, 32 Broad
St., N. Y. City.
Nothing equals Allen's Bilious Physic is
quickly relieving costiveness, headache,
heartburn and nil other bilious troubles;
2"cts., largo bottle At druggists. (0)
Cheap Homes in Arkansas and Texas.
Along tho line of tho St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Ttxas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, aro thousands oi
acres of the choicest farming and grazing
lauds in the world, ranging in nrico from
2.00 to ;)00 aud 4.00 per acre, in
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comlort. Send your ad'
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
in 1882, and makeup your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that tho crop
for 18S3 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
tho Company, and paying one-fourth, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed tortnoney paid for tickets or freight
over the Companies lines.
II. C. TowNflENO, Oen'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
OPEN JUNE I
T13IIMS: 88.00 per
ANALYSIS OF ONE
SPRING NO. 1.
Carbof Iron 122.0
Chloride of Iron tract
Sulphate of Iron trace
Chloride of Sodium. . . 01.0
Sulphate of Alumina. . C0.7
Sulphatcof Magnesia. . 11.
Chlorido of Sodium... . IM.l
Chloridoof Calcium., ltf.t
Sulphato Alumina. .. . 43.0
Sulphate Lime (10.0
Sulphate Magnesia.... S2.0
E. A. BURNETT,
is prepared to do Job Friutins:
Dodger to a 1 iiree-aheet roster on the shortest notice and
in the best style, and at the lowest possible prices. Call
and get his prices.
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rpOE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OUIO LEVEE.
A General Banking1 Business
Tit "VT. HALL1UAY
ENTERPRISE SAVINO BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVIXUS BASK.
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
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p. Bro Ca!ro I William KUita. ,C!ro
Peter Neff " I William Wolf.... "
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A GENERAL HANKING BUSINESS DONB.
Exchaneo (old and boiiaht. , Inti'reet paiil ii
the Savings Department. Collection maile and
all baslni'M promptly attended to.
QEORGE HARRISON LEACH, M. D.
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON.
Special attention paid to tho Homeopathic treat
ment of snrtfical dir-cuaes, aud diseases of women
and children. ,
OKt'K'E On llth street, opposite the Post
office, Cairo, 111.
J JR. J. E. STRONG,
12!) Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOK, EUJCTP.O-VArOK Ni MEDICATED
A lady in attendance.
R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Urnn-Ni). 13H Commarclal
Kgnttiaud Nliith Street
O. PARSONS, M. D.,
OCULIST "AND AURIST.
OFFICE Ity Drag Store, Carboudalo, 111.
TO OCTOBEK 1.
week. Special Hates to
GALLON OF WATER.
- NO. 2.1
Iron 42.:J Silicates 12.3
Iron,... 2.l ;)xide of Iron 12 1
Oxide ot Aluminum... 04.5
Sulphlmto of Magnesia 17.8
Carbonic Acid Gas.. . . 17.8
Sulph. Hydro. Gas.... 10.5
J. K. IjEMEN, Lessee,
Allen Spiiiiffs, Pope Co., III.-?.
of every description from a
Levee, OAT 110, ILLS.
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St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv Line Kunnme;
Q DAILY TRAIN
Making Direct Connection
riuuNB Lsavr Caiko:
Arriving In St. Louis 9 00 a.m.; Chicano,8:30 p.u..j
Connecting at Udlti and Kltlnehara for Cincin
nati, Louuville, Indiunapolia aud poluta Eaut.
p. in. Fust fst. Louis ami
Arriving in St Lonls fl:;is p. m.,an conncctlnj
ior an poinis vt est.
3:45 p. in. P'aat Express.
For St. Louis and Chlrago, arriving at St. Louis
10:15 p. m., aud Chicago 7:.'0a. m.
3:45 p.m. Cincinnati .Express.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a. m. ; Louisville 9:53
a. m. ; Indianapolis 4:i6 a. m. PasNeLgerft by
this train reach the above points lli to 3U
II iil'lts in advance of any other route.
tiy-Tho 3M5 a. m. express has PULLMAN
SutKPl.vU CAK from Cairo to Cincinnati, with
out chunKcs, and through sleepers to St. Louis
Fast Tirno East.
P,i4P1tO,Pl' hy thiB 1,uc RO through to East.
nMiiiiio em points withont any delay
caused hv Sunday intervening. The Saturday after,
loon tram from Cairo arrives in new York Monday
uorniutfat I0:. Thirty-six honrsln advanced
nr other route,
rFeir through tickets and further information
pplyt Illluoie Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
. .ar. J- u- J'JNKS, Ticket Aent.
A. H. HANSON. Gun. Pasg.Aeent. Chicago
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTItAL R. K.
Trains depart. Trains arrive.
tMail .....S:'.0a.m. I tMall 4:f m
Kxprecs 3:45 p. m. I tE.tpress 11:43 a. m."
St Louis Ex U;!ii p. m. tSt Louis Ex !:13 p. m.
I. c R. n (Southern Division)
tMail 4:45a.mtN. O. Ex ..ll:lo'a. m.
tExprcm li)::l()a.m. ItN.O.Kx... it:10a.m.
tAocom :) 45 p.m. tN. O. Ex 4:30 p.m.
ST. L. 4 I. M. R. U.
tExpn'f. In::i0p.m. I tExpreHs 2:30p. m.
tStL. Mail... 7:4" p.m. tSt.L. Mall. ..:: a.m.
tSt. L. Ex 'J:.'iti a. m tSt. L. Ex, ...5:00 p. m.
w., st. l. & p. n. n.
Mall & Ex 4:00a.m. I 'Mail 4 Ex. ..0.30p.m.
Accom 4:00 p.m. 'Accom I0::loa.m.
Freight 7:45 a.m. Freinht 6:43 p.m.
MOBILE 4 OHIO It. R.
Mail 5:55a.m. Mall 9:10p.m
Daily except Sunday, t Dallv.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
Arr at I Dcp're
I. C. R. E. (through lock mail).. 5 a. m.
" (way mall) 4:80 p.m.
" (Southern Dlv 5 n. m.
9 p. nt.
9 p. m
9 p. ra.
Iron Mountain K. R .,:3nn.m.
Wahash It. H 10 p. m.
Texas A St. Louis K. K 7 p. m.
0 a. ni.
9 .so am
4 p. m.
St.. Louis & Cuiro li. K 5 p. m.
Ohio River p. m.
Miss Kiver arrives Wed., !at. .C .Mon.
" di'purts Wed., rrl. Sun.
P O. pen del. opt n from 7:30am to7:.10 pm
P.O. box del. open from 6 a.m. to 9 p. m.
Snndas cen. del. ODen trom. ...8 a. m. to 10 a.m.
Sundays hnx del, open from. ...B a. m. to 10:30am
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