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K. A. UCKStS IT,
Publleber and Proprietor.
The Yokohama lank will establish a
brunch in New York.
; Trade between the UnitoJ States and
Australia Is growing rnpituy.
Artesiitn wolls woroknown atThobos
2,000 years before tlio Christian era.
Mary Anderson, after Lotta, is tho
.woalthicst woman in her profession.
lTorun;ran:ites aro bojne cultivated in
the Sun tlu They yield 700 por acre.
Amos Perkins, at tho ago of ninoty
four, is Treasurer of tho town of Unity,
Any quantity of castlos aro for salo
in Germany, to which fact tho atton
lion of rich Americans is called.
Goorgo Augustus Sula says that ho
has written (Turing his journalistic ca
reer of thirty-livo years moro than 7,000
The young womon of Sohoncctady
have resolved to girlcott any young
man that smokes or goes out of tho
tlioatro between tho acts.
Tho United States is now tho
wealthiest nation in tho world, tho in
crease in wealth having been 70 por
cent between 1870 and 1880.
Aloohol is said to bo an antidoto for
snake bito poison only when tho pa
tiont is not addictod to drink and liis
system already saturated with alcohol.
Tlicro aro moro ways of spelling tho
narno of Wiclif than of Shakspoaro.
Over fifty ways aro found in old author
ities, ranging from Wiklift toGuyco
elivus. Whonover a person is killed on a
railway in Mexico tho ambitious au
thorities arrest the engineer and put
liloi in prison, especially if ho is an
The forosts In Prussia, unliko thoso
in any otlior inhabited lands, aro in
creasing instead of deoroasing. In
lianovor atone tuoy navo incronsou
. 87,000 acros.
Tho Salt Lako Tribune publishes
names and dates to show that polyga
mous marriages aro still froquont in
Utah, although groat exertions aro
made to keep them secrot.
Orer 600 livos woro lost by bollor
explosions in this country during tho
past year. Nearly 800 persons wcro
killod outright, and many of tho re
mainder were maimod for lifo.
A Parseo girl has astonished her
raco in India by bringing a suit for
breach of promiso of marriage. It la
the first episodo of the kind Known in
that land, and it has created a great
English farmers now oflor G conts
per dozen for sparrows' heads, and
the sarno prlco per dozen for thoir eggs.
These prices have stimulated a raid of
almost comploto extermination in some
Of tho 100 largost cities in tho Unitod
States, standard tiuio has boon adopt
ed by seventy-eight of thorn. Tho
three notable ones that contlnuo with
out it aro Cincinnati, Cleveland and
One hundred and twenty acres of
tho Potomac flats have boon reclaimed.
It is expected the marshes south and
west of the White Houso will be con
verted ero long into a splendid park of
Sinco it was mado public that Queen
Victoria is very fond of fried hominy
and has it every morning for break
fast, tho London hotels have fallen in
to line and now havo the following on
tho bill of fare, "Hominy fried, Her
It is tho custom of really stylish
New York shop girls to carry to their
fields of labor bundles of school books,
in order to convey tho improssion that
they aro completing their education at
some fashionable institution of learn
ing instead of working for their daily
A sorrowing widow pledged herself
not to marry again till tho grass was
green on her husband's grave, and was
found by tho sexton thrco months later
plantiosumo grass seed on tho mound
and hastening its germination with
daily applications from a watering can,
that no time might bo lost in freeing
her from her unlucky promise.
An English paper says that "during
the first introduction ot cholera Into
3t Petersburg in 1832 a highlr-respoct-
lUlu 111111 Ul 11UU lUUUUUOi ULUMIUyiirg
500 men, informed them that all thoso
who would not take a toaspoonful of
sharcoal on entering the works in tho
norning must leavo their employ.
What was the oonsequenceP They did
lot lose a single man, whilo myriads
were dying around them."
The old question whother a smoker
;an tell with his eyes shut if a cigar is
lighted or not is revived by a state
ment in the London Graphic that there
are scarcely any smokers among the
blind. Soldiers and sailors who lose
their sight in action sometimos continue
to smoke for a little while, but as a
rule, they soon give up the habit They
say it gives ' them no pleasure when
they cannnt seo the smoke; and that
they cannot taste smoke unless they
An English printers' circular candid
ly acknowledges that job printing in
ihia country U superior to that done in
Ergland, and attempts to account for
it on the grounds of the great compe
tition which exists there among -the
UAlUHBin . SB.BJ iANtUlB UAlSaa TV tfl Bk. IBB LHBHH
ai aucn ruinously low Lgtires that the
Es"llah printers can not afford to do-
rota the time necessary to produce the
. neat and'artlstlo effeots now so preval
f ant among the American printers. ;
. The production of oil from sunflower
' toed has become an Industry of con-
, eliarable importance in Russia. It is
fxrMied on th spot, and tho prodcot
is largely employed in tho adulteration
of olive oil; tne puriflod oil is consid
ered quite equal to olive and almond
oil for table use. The most Important
industrial applications of tho oil aro
for woolen dressing, lighting and can
dle and soap making, it being regard
ed, for tho last-namod purpose as su
perior to most other oils. Tho Ruttsian
articio is ui a paio yeiiow coior.
Ezoklol Eads. an old man who died
in Green county, N. Y recently, was
born without ears, Aioroovor, lie unu
no aporturos whoro thoso very neces
sary organs should exist. Ho was
ablo, howovor, to gather sound through
his mouth, and could hoar conversation
that was carriod on in an ordinary
tono. His hair was black at birth, but
was lntorsnorsed with oddly-shaped
pray spots, somo of them resembling
diminutivo human hands and ears.
Thoso singular markings never chang
ed, and his black hair novcr turned
Tho old custom of bottling toars is
still continuod in Persia. It inu.st bo
vory old, as it is alluded to in tho
Psalms of Davia. As tho mourners
aro sitting aronud weeping, tho master
of ceremonies presonts each ono with a
ploco of cotton, with which ho wipes oil
his tears. This cotton is afterwards
squeezed into a bottle, and tho tears
aro prosorvod as a powerful and effica
cious remedy for reviving a dying man
after every otlior means havo lulled.
It is also employed as a charm against
ovil inlluonces. Tho practice was onco
universal, as is ovidoucod by tho tear
bottlos found in almost every ancient
Since Dr. Labardi oporatod on tho
head of tho murderer Campl, Dr.
lirown Suquard lias undertaken a simi
lar experiment with a dog. Ho wished
to see whether, after a violent deatli in
a hoalthy state, consciousness in a dog
could bo restorod. Ho thoreforo be
headed a dog that was familiar with
his voico, and another dog having be
forehand boon proparod for tho trans
fusion of its blood into the arteries of
tho dead dog's head. No sooner did
ho inject tho blood than tho hoad bo
como animated, tho oyos opened, and
on tho namo of tho dog being callod,
an attempt at response was mado by a
significant look. This is interesting
nud it is revolting.
What a Kentucky Hm-goo I.
"If you should go out to Kontucky
about this timo," Bald tho old Judgo,
"you would probably bo invitod to a
burgoo. You don't reoognizo him by
that namo, do you? NoP Woll, a
burgoo (accent on tho last syllable) is
a grand, good thing. It is an all-day
plc-nio in tho woods, with a feast
which throws tho clam chowdor ond
tho barbecuo into tho deep shado of
obscurity. In fact tho burgoo usually
includes a barbecue as a sort of inci
dent You go out to a corner of tho
woods, whoro a thick underbrush has
been carefully cut away, and whoro
thoro aro trees enough for shado, but
not enough for gloom, aud thoro you
sit and play poker and smoko tho fin
est tobacco in tho world and drink oily
10-yoar-old sour mash and sniff tho de
lightful aroma ot tho burgoo until
along in tho afternoon, whou tho nig
gers pronounco tho burgoo roady and
ladlo it out to you in big bowlfuls.
Tho burgoo is a delicious broth, which
is a porpotual romlndor of tho aborig
ines, who handod it over to our fore
fathers when they began coniipg across
tho mountains from Virginia. You
tako or, rather, tho darkies take a
gigantio kottlo and hang it over a
roaring firo. A light broth is mado
first; then thoy throw in young chiek
ons, young ducks, sucking pigs, and
all sorts of small gamo, with fresh po
tatoes, green poas, string boans, corn
and every other vogotable. Everything
is cooked until tho moat begins to fall
to places. Thon tho waiters, with
shining, smiling, black faces and snow
whito jackets and aprons, boar groat
bowlfuls of tho toothsomo stow
through tho grovo. Oh, how good it
is! My mouth waters as I tell you of
it Afterward thoro is moro burgoo,
and thon moro burgoo, until everybody
has actually had enough. Thon tho
darkies satisfy thomsolvos, whilo you
roturn to your pipo and your glass,
until tho shadows of evening gathor
sleepily around you." His voico bo
canio low and his look became dreamy.
Suddenly ho rousod himself and re
marked as ho turnod away: "A fow
weeks later tho darkles hold their
camp-meeting on the samo spot."
Washington Letter to the Philadelphia
To Ko Un-Amorican Is Intolerable.
A well-known writer hn sitM thnr. tin
should send' his boy to tho West to bo
educated, whom lifo wna vp.rv livnlr.
very American, says tho Boston Olobc
ii is inuecu noucoauio tuai westorn
lifo is VOfV llvolv. In fnnr,. tlm rl latin.
guishing fcaturo of Wostern lifo is Its
Ono cannot pick up a Western paper
withont finding an ncemint. rt unma
sprightly affair closing in this way: "If
mo viuain is oaugnt he will surely be
Another vory common thing is the
articio ending thus: "Tho whole ooun
try is aroused, and tho murderer can
hardly fail to meet tho fctto of his un
fortunato victim." '
Ono roads often of tho lively little
parties of which tho iinalo is: "Tho
wretch was hung to a oonvonient troo
and his carcass was riddled with bul
lets." A feature of this vory American
Western life, as one gathers from the
enterprising local journals is the af
fairs where "tho citizens brook no op
position, and it is doubtful if tho walla
of tho jail are ablo to prosorvo this
fiend in human form from a violent
Yes the West is tho only place for a
young man to be educated in. Lifo is
SO VeiT livelv. SO verv snnnt.nnnnna
very American. ;
The new pension building will bo the
largest brick building in tho Unitod
States. It will cover nearly two acros
of ground, and will form a new foa
tnre in architectural VVnMnrtnn fi,
other public buildings in the city aro
- '"jiv, tinting i usick to
n,,9,d?y8 Groece and early Rome,
lata building is modoled after tho style
of the Roman palace of the fifteenth
oonturr. , ;
UAiKQ iHJUfcTiNi THURSDAY aiukniniI septMbeu i, mt.
hose-flntcd Girl Faces.
Somo womon are born with beautiful
skins, tlnar, soft ond pcneh-liko, but
tlicro uro vory fow women in this cli
mate who can keep thoir complexions
clear and handsome without consider
able care. There id something in tho
New York air, its harshness or stillness
most probably, that tends to coarsen
and roughen tho skin. Nowhere will
ono seo such bad complexions among
tho gonnral run of womon as in Now
York. In Philadelphia and Uoston, in
Washington, Chicago, even in crimy
Cincinnati, tho complexions of the girls
nud women navo a froshnoss. a son
color, which thoso of Now York girls
and womon lacic. ui courso, there are
a number ot exceptions to this rule.
Thoro aro both womon and girls in
Now York whoso complexions aro ex
quisite Tho first tiling a woman should re
member whon sho wants to improvo
her complexion is that nothing rubbed
on tiio skin itself is going to help it
very materially. Tho lotions and
"crounis" and preparations of ono kind
and another which aro prepared by
quaoks for "beautifying" tho skin aro
alt humbugs, and no sensiblo woman
should ever bo led into buying .them.
To obtain a beautiful skin ono must be
gin and diet properly. Butter, fat
moat and greasy food of ovory kind
must not bo caton. Coll'oo and toa
must bo given up, so must claret and
all kinds of wino and milk or lomonado
substituted. Fruits and vegetables
should bo oaten in abundance, rich
candios and enkes avoided, pio novor
should bo touched and picklos and acid
food generally should bo dispensed
with. A woman who follows tho abovo
rulos will find that her skin will bocomo
smooth and clear after sovoral months
havo passed. Of courso tho diet must
bo thorough and careful. No improve
ment can 1)0 mado unless it is.
A tablospoouful of sulphur takon
every otlior morning for a week, and
then not takon agaiu for three days,
and then taken evory other morning
for another week, is ono of tho best
things to clear tho complexion. It acts
like niagic. It should always bo mixed
with molasses or something that will
clear it from tho system.
Salt a tablospoonful dissolved in a
goblet of milk is an old-fashioned ro
cipo for beautifying tho complexion. It
certainly is a simple romedy, and if it
docs not help tho complexion it will
strengthen tho system. A great doal
depends on tho constitution of tho per
son and tho kind of comploxion sho
has. What will help ono woman won
dorfully will havo no effect whatover
on others. Ono thing is certain, how
ovor, milk is always conducivo to soft
cning and whiloning tho skin, and it is
a noticoablo fact that girls who havo
ncvor boon allowed to drink toa or cof
foo, nnd who havo drank quantitios of
milk, havo generally, whon they roach
tho ago of twenty, very beautiful com
plexions. Boiling wator Is also one of the best
things with which to keep tho complex
ion in order. A tumblerful should bo
dranlc ono hour before ovory meal. If
it is disagreeable by itself the juice of
half a lemon should bo added. Sugar
should not bo used. Most women in
summer timo aro too careless of thoir
comploxlons nnd wiien winter comos
and thoy go out to bails aud parties,
they rogret it The sun is excellent
for tho complexion if it does not got
too much of it A little "browning and
freckling is ofttimos very bouoiicial, but
when tho face is oxposed to too great
a mensuro of tho sun's rays the skin is
apt to bocomo coarso. Veils very thin
ones should bo always worn at a soa
sido resort, unless parasols are carried.
Tho salt air and tho sun together aro
bad for tho complexion, though excel
lent for tho general health.
Fashionable women and girls in New
York always havo their arms and
necks "polished" before going toa ball
or other eulerluinment wiicro they ap
pear with very decollete dresses. Tho
"polishing" greatly beaulilics the skin.
First tho arms and neck aro rubbod
very thoroughly with glycerine and
rose-water. After this lias been rubbod
ff tho arms and shoulders aro covered
with cold cream, which is allowed to
remain on fifteen minutes. This is then
rubbod off with a piece of tine soft
whito ilannoi, and tho arms and shoul
ders aro covorod with "baby" powder
and rubbed very thoroughly. This
finishes tho operation. Whon this is
completed thoy look liko polished mar
ble, and tho skin socms to tako on a
wonderfully fino and beautiful texturo.
Some ono has suggested that tho face
might bo troated in the samo way with
good effect, but this would bo next to
impossible, as the texturo of tho skin
on tho arms and shoulders is always
diflorent from that of tho face. . Tho
faco should always bo washed in wator
that has tho chill taken off it Warm
water is not good tor the complexion,
despite all that has been said to tho
contrary; noithor is real cold water.
Tho one makes tho skin flabby, and in
timo wrinkles it; the othor roughens
it Cosmetics of every kind should be
avoided. They aro always disgusting,
and even a llttlo powdor put on on a
warm day to "take the shine off," is
objectionable Powder and paint al
ways stamp a woman at once as com
mon, no matter how small a quantity
may be usod. Oatmoal and Indian
moal water are both excollent for wash
ing the face and hands in. Tho moal
softens the skin and gives to it a deli
cate flush which is very becoming. The
majority of womon will also find that
salt wator will help thoir complexions.
Get 10 cents worth of rock-salt every
month and wash into a basin into which
a good lump of it has boon placed
Rainwator is an oxcellent thing for the
skin, and thoro is . as muoh truth as
pootry in the saying that tho i 'early
dow of tho morning will make like the
face of an angel the woman who bathes
in it" N. Y. Morninq Journal.
Fnmo and fortune await tho discov
erer of an eflloientjnothod of so con
suming coal thatnono of its constituent
and combustible particles can escape
into the ntmosphero of large oltios,wfth
tho two-fold rosult of preventing pecu
niary loss and sanitary dogrodaUon of
the air. It is estimated by competent
exports that London alone loses evory
wintor 123,000,000 through lmporfectly
burned coal, not to speak of the damage
done to buildings and tho injury done
to the puWia health through the breath
ing of a polluted atmosphere.
SaUl.ljl Anions GlncScrs.
We had alroady sailed pat several
glaciers larger than tho Mor-do-Glaco,
of Mont Blanc, but they were so far
away that we got no ndequato idea of
their extent. Nor did any of them
push thoir way into tho sea. This
glacier, to which our boat was not
pointed, como down into ueop water,
nnd stretchod back into tho mountains
uotil its courso was lost in liolds of
snow. As the stoamcr chocked her
speed to keop at a safo distanco from
tlio nionstor, wo found that wo had
sailed up point-blank against vertical
wall of bluo ico a railo and a half long,
and !i0l) feet high abovo tlio water! As
if to illustrate tho grand scalo and
magnltudo of everything, just as our
boat rounded to, a chip of ico safely
estimated to weigh 1,600 tons, broko
off from tho faco of tho glacier and foil
a distanco of 100 feet into tlio sea. Of
courso there followed a mighty uproar,
and thon a wave that rocked our
steamer as do only tho big swells from
tho Pacific. As tho tido was ebbing,
the mass that had just fallen into the
wator floated out past tho boat, form
ing a field of broken ico sevoral acres
Tho upper surfaco of tlio glacier was
full of deep fissures, and at tho watcr
levol thoro woro mysterious caves which
no ono dared explore Pieces of ico,
largo and small, woro constantly drop
ping into tho sea; and, as tlio ice-wall
acted as a sounding-board, thero were
constant volleys' of sound ns sharp ns
that of musketry or nrtil lory demon
strating to our satisfaction that tho
butt-end of a glacier, wltero icebergs
uro made, is a very noisy place.
Passengers woro lauded on shore;
and, after a climb along tho side
ruoraino to a hight of somo 600 feet, a
fow of us found onrselvos at a point
whore wo could overlook tho stroam
of ice and get nn idea of its deep
fissures and impassablo condition.
High as wo wore there woro yot poaks
of ico between us and tho water that
were still ftbovo us, and wo could only
seo a fraction of a mile Inland. Every
thing was on a scalo that could only bo
roalizod by tho test of climbing. Along
side tho glacier, in mid-channel, thero
wcro sovonty-iivo fathoms of water;
and, as tho stoanior approached shore
to land us, tho leadsman, reported no
bottom at twolvo fathoms.
Only last yjar did tlio boat mako its
first trip to this glacier. Farther up
tho bay four or livo otlior glaciers come
down from the Fairwoathor group of
mountains, but verv little is known
about them. Wo only caught an oc
casional glimpso of tho glaciers, and
saw that but a small part of tho float
ing Ice In tho bay eanio from tho im
menso roservoir of ico that wo had
Tho sect known as tlio "Skaking
Quakors" desorvo credit for many use
ful inventions. More than half a cen
tury ago they first originated tho dry
ing of sweet oorn for food, aud they
first raised, papered, nnd vendod gar
don soeds in tho present stylo. Thoy
began the broom-corn business. Tlio
first buzz-saw was mado by tho Shak
ers at New Lebanon. The Shakers in
vented metallic pens, first mado of
brass and silver.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbaoo, Backache, Headache, Toothache,
Wore Thront. Nwrlliiig-a, Nprnina, liruisca,
Hun,. Nrnlria. Froot llitea,
Attn 11.1. UTIIKK HIIIIII.V PAINS AND ACHES.
Sold bj DiuggUt ind Ifeiler, ttverTWtiL. Kiftj Cvuu a botllf.
Direction, In 11 ljutKiing'',.
THE ( II AIII.KS A, VOGH.r K CO.
u i.iuiu.111 m -uj H. Minora, Id., A.
AND BLOOD DISEASES.
PHYSICIANS ENDORSE IT HEARTILY,
Ierernaod." Sr. P. o. Ballon, Monition, Vt.
"Ktdney.Wort la always reliable."
Dli.B- N- cu So- Hpto, Vt.
Kidney-Wort baa oured my Ub after two yeara
Buffering." Dr. O. M. Summerlia, Ban Hill, Ga.
IN THOU8AND8 OF OASES
It has cured where aU slse had failed. It ia mild,
buteffloient, CEItTAUl IN ITS ACTION, but
harmleaa In all oaaoe.
tVIt elaanaca the Blood aal StreBctheM and
arlTee New Ufa to aU the Important organa of
the body. The natural action of the Kidneys ia
reatored. The liver la eleaneed of aUdiieaae,
and the Bowels move freely and healthfully.
In this way the wont diseases are eradioated
from the system.
PUCK, 1.00 LIQUID 0U DBT, BOLD BT DBT0GI8TS.
ftrVMfl VtABAH W. II
WELL. RICHARDSON A CftBaritattea Ti.
This porous plaster is
famous for its quick
and boarty action In
iarlna; Lame Baek,
Crick In the Back, Bide or Rip, NouralKla, BUB Joints
and atuaolea, Bore Cheat, Kidney TroublM and all pains
or aches either local or deepsmted. It Soothes, Strength.
ana and Btimalates the parts. The virtues of hops com
bined with fums-elean and ready to apply.
liniments, lotions and aalroa, 1TI
Ice at oentt or for
1.0O. Bold by drug
giite Bind country
tone. Mailed on re
ceipt of price. Bop
floater Cbmpa, Pro.
prletors, Boston, Haas.
I VT The beet family pill made liawlej'i Stomach and
illikois wmm or music.
Kftablmhed In J87-2. A Cdllogo eonrae of tndr
ln;I'lHo. Organ, dinging and Orchextrsl Instra
mem. Lani'imge. Art and Kloiotlon. Address
J.W. UAhLOW.MualcMl Director.
Ten Instructor. Two hnudri'd and fifty Are
studftita last yea-. Kom-kcilnK, O rmaii. I'cn
muiiahl and Klociitlon without extra charge.
Clanaltal, Hclonutlo, Normal arid UuslneHiCnursoa.
Kuillurra brgina Hept. g; VMi tor trrm Dec. U;
Spring tiTtn March 17. The uao ol tobacco and
Imox eating I quois, and altrndance on secrot ao
i littles am forbidden. For regUtcr and further la
CI1AH A. IILAXCUARD, 1'ios't.
VOUNO I.ADIKS' ATHEN.'KDM. Proparca for
Wi-P-alev. I'lill Ac diiilo C'ouraea. Si hnol of
Art. Urn lory. J rom Kiudiiroarlru to College.
Kuriilniica tii.tlon in lllluoU C'oiinui vat ry on all
branches of Muln. AcUtrcus
K. CIIASK, Hupt., Jacksonville, 111.
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ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. B.
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I. c. H. r ('Southern Divialnnl
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tBipi-ess lOiDOa.m. tN. O, Sx. 11:10a.m.
tAccom. 3:45 p.m. I tN. O. Kx.... .4:30 o.m.
. BT. L. a. I. II. R. R.
tEipress 10:5t)p.m. tBzpress Hl:S0n. m.
tutL. Wall... 7:4" p.m. tSt.L. Mall... 8:30a. m.
tSt. L. Ki 11:30 a. m tat. L. L"x....6:UOn. m.
W.. ST. I.. A P. R. 11.
Mall A Ex 4:OOa.m. I Mall Br oi.
Accom .......4:00 p.m. I Accom ioiao a!m!
Freight... ,..n.M.1:45 a.m, Freight 6:45 p.m.
1 MOBILE as OniO R. R.
Mall B:Ui.m, I Mall 8:10 D.m
Dally except bapday. t DaUr.
TIMES ' GAUD
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF
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9 p. m
7 a. n,
II . m.
a p. m
I. C. K, B (tbrougb lock nail). . 6 a. m.
" (way mall). a DOp.m. j
(aoutoeru Dtv 4:uup.m.
Iron Mountain R. H 8:0" p.m.
Wal asl: It H 6 a. m.
Texas & St. Lou:s It. It U noon I
St. Louis A tiro it. rt 4 p. m.
OliloHlver ... 3 p. m.
Miss lilver arrives Wed., Sat. ,fc Mou.
" departs Wed., Kri. A Hun.
P O. eon del. op n from 7:80 am to7:M pin
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ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. H
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line Kurminj?
O DAILY TRAIIS1
Making Dirkot Connkotion
riuiNB Lists Caiho:
U:UOa.m. ' Mbil,
arriving In St. Louis 9:00 a.m. , Chicago, 8:30 p...t
Connecting at Odin and Effingham for Cincin
nati, LouisYillo, Indianapolis and points East.
12:35 p. m. Fast St. X.ouis nntl
Arriving In St Louis 6:45 p. to., and connecting
for all points West.
3:45 p. m. fast Express.
For St. Loula and Chicago, arriving at St. Loals
1015 p. m., and Chicago 7:80 a. m.
3:45 p.m. Cincinnati Expreas.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a. m. ; I.ouisvlllt 9:5)
a. m. ; Indianapolis 4:05 a. m. Passcngcra by
thla train reach the above points lSj to 3U
HOL'HS In advance of any other route.
13-The 3:15 a. m. express ha PULLMAN
BOKBPInO CAR (rom Cairo to Cincinnati, with
out changes, and through sleepers to St. Louts
Fast Time East.
P1 ocuTi (Tfira DT tais 1,06 tt through to East.
- aoaciiciB em points withont any delay
caused bv Sunday Intervening. The Saturday after
loon train from Cairo arrives in new York Monday
nnrnlug at 10:35. Thirty-six hours In advanceol
dt other ronte,
ISFor through tickets and further Information
apply at Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
J. H. JONK8, Ticket Agent.
A. H. HANSON. Qen. Pass. Agent. Chicago
iia. ..rW r" never
5 no ZQW-ZZj
SO UNION SQUARE NEW YORK.
.jlrAMtV oANV ?Ufcf
ilu MS. GA.
FOR SALE BY
J. C. CARSON, Cairo, Els.