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mOEft or THB BIVER.
River marked by thu put?e at tbia
port, at 2:12 p. ni. yesterday, 0 feet 2
inches. Fall during previous twenty
four hours, 0 foot 8 inches.
Chattanooga, Sept. 10. River 1 foot 5
inches and rising.
Cincinnati, Sept. 10. River 8 feet 9
inches and falling.
Louisville, Sept. 1Q. River 2 feet 10
inches and falling.
Nashville, Sept. 10. River 3 fi 5 inch
. es and falling.
Pitteburg, Sept. 10. River 1 foot 0 in
ch and falling.
St Louis, Sept. 10. River 0 ft 11 inch
es and falling.
i miscellaneous itkmb.
Capt. Murk Cole is in the city.
The Belle Memphis patsed down for
Yicksburg last night.
The Commonwealth, from Vicksburg, is
due here this evening for St. Louis.
The City of Sr. Louis, with a good trip,
leaves here this morniog for New Orleans.
The Pearl, with Capt Bud Smadley in
cotnuiaud, is due here to-day from Plum
The little towboat, Sarah Elliott pissed
't down yesterday with a barge of rock for
The City of Providence leaves St. Louis
this evening for Yicksburg, and the John
A. Scudder for New Orleans.
Less than 8 feet here on the gauge at 0
p. m. yesterday, acd still falling. The low
est stage of witter this year.
No Ohio or' Cumbcrlnml river comes
through to Cairo now except the Fowler
and Hu lson, and they only as for an Pa
Tube Hart is in the city soliciting buii
ce"s for his hou-e. Tobe says he thinks
Kentucky will go for Cleveland & Hend
ricks by sever! hundred majority.
The Jsy G mid, from St. Loun, arrived
here at 6 p. ru. yesterday with several
barges for the Port Eals to take south.
The Eds leaves for New O.leaus to day.
Ike Brooks, yne of the leading pilots out
of Cincinnati, and belongs in 'the big O
line, is in the city. He will resume his po
sition in the line aa awn as the water per
mits. Capt Lcm Hill, formerly in command of
the Ella Kimbrougb, arrived here from St.
Louis yesterday. He will take command
of the Henry A, Tyler ,o the 8t. Louis and
Mempoia trade aest week.
The Hudson, from St Louis; passed up for
Paducah yesterday morning. She will ar
rive here on her return trip this evening.
Get tickets for Sh Louts and all wsy points
of W. F. Lambdin, agent.
John Bar bee, one of the most populsr
traveling men on the road, is in the city.
John represents one of the largest whole
sale liquor houses in the United States, and
sells lots of goods in Cairo.
Cspt. Hiram Hill is doing good service
over on the Missouri side on the Texas
Narrow Gauge incline. He also relieved
the tug, Cache, yesterday, which had her
wheel ful, rendering her unable to do any
thing until he went in pvraan to remove
Cancer, Cancer, Cancer.
Cancer can be Permanently Cured With
out Caustics, Without Poison, With
out Knife By Mrs. Dr. A. Phelps.
August 9th, 1884.
To the Editor Cairo Bulletin:
To those that are afflicted with cancer,
tumors, ulcers or any chronic diseases
read this and be rejoiced to know that we
have such a wonderlul lady in our midst.
I announce to the world my heartfelt
thanks to Mrs. Dr. Amelia Phelps, who
cured me of cancer on the neck.
About 9 years ago I discovered a small
growth in my neck. . I paid no attention to
it until this year, 1884, it began growing
so fast that I became alarmed at it. I
went to several of the best doctors that I
knew of, some pronounced it fatty tumor,
some a wen, some a flesh growth. I was
advised by a doctor friend of mine to let it
go and not have it cut out for it was in a
dangerous place to be worked on with a
knife, for it had built its main foundation
on the main leader close to the main jug
lar vein in my neck. I knew not what to
do. I heard of Dr. Phelps and I went to
her. She pronounced it a brain cancer and
told me that she could take it out, kill it
in the blood without the use of costics or
knife, cancer falling out and leaving all of
the good flesh, touching nothing but the
cancer. Of course I was like all others.
The doctors told me she would kill me and
I feared her, but she bad all proofs ot her
works in the world. She bad cancers of
every description that she had taken out
enough to Satisfy anyone. She gave me a
list of a hundred and fifty names and told
me to write to any of them and ask them
what she had done for them, and if she
was a fraud. So I let her go to work on
my neck. She applied her plaster and told
me to go on about my business, that in 24
hours she would take it off. It went right
down in around the cancer and killed it,
and inside of four weeks, just as she said,
it dropped nut by the roots leaving the
leaders hare. It is now filled up with
good flesh and is nearly healed up. Will
be sound and well inside of 4 or S days.
My wife has been under the doctors for
over a year and they did her no good.
Sue has been under Mrs. Dr. Phelps for 8
weeks and sue is now fast getting well
y When yo go to Dr. Phelps's office and tell
' . her you are sick she don't take up a pre
( scription book and sell you a piece of pa
per, one isn't tninaing ot selling you an
other to-morrow and of a years practice if
your constitution will stand it.
- You had better try Dr. Pbelps. Look
TflE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATO
around and see bow much paper you have
bought inside of a year and then count
ycur profit on it, then look around and see
how many bottles of medicine is setting
around with about one dose taken out of
them, then after they (the doctors) quit
drugging you and you begin. to pickup
and look a little butter they will say "I
did it," yes, drained your pocket-book and
left you to die Ucau.- you didn't have
money enough to pay him to ding you to
death. How many poor women to-day is
there in this town tbtt their lives are be
iug druged out of this world for the sakeof
selling a little piece of paper. It ought to
be against the la for a doctor to write a
prescription. He ought to buy his medi
cine and then he would see wjiere the cobt
comes in and maybe there would not be so
many lives dosed out of this world. I wish
to recommend to all those who are afflicted
with that dreadful malaly, the cancer or
cataract, tumors, ulcers, growths and all
kinds of chronic diseases try Dr. Phelps.
No charges made for consultation. She has
been a practitioner of medicine for 21
years; and in the State of Illinois and in
Chicago over 12 years. Any one doubting
this go to her office and get her references
from all of the most aristocratic doctors in
the State of Illinois. Come to me, 8. L.
Brown, on 84th street, Cairo, III., an d I
will not enly tell you but show you what
she did for me, and can point out several
females in this town to you that have been
under the doctor a year or more and she
cured them. Go to her office between 20
and 21 on Commercial and see the samples
of her work. Numerous certificates of suc
cessful treatments may be seen at ber office
together with the notes of eminent chemists
of the Iowa Weslyan University in the ex
amination of cancer matter furnished by
her by her treatment in the removal of
cancers. They will not return. She speakes
either German or English language. No
charges made for consultation. Of course
the doctors will tell you she is a fraud,
simply for this reason, that she is fast tak
ing their prictice away from them. All
you sick and afflicted go to see her snd you
may never regret it. Office between 20th
and 2Uton Commercial, f. L. Brows,
1 Cairo, Ills.
Our Imperfect Senses.
Tho human frame is ackowledged to
boa wouderful piece of mechanism.
The Psalmist admired it, but it puzzled
him. If he had been a scientist he
would have been able to give physiologi
cal roasons for the opinion that there
is not one perfect man no, not one.
Scarcely a perfect woman. It is known
that two people' do not see the same
thing alike, and consequently they de
scribe it differently. They do not hear
the same statement alike, and they
always repeat it ; with variations. Of
nil witnesses the eye is the least trust
worthy. It appears to be the most
subject to delusions. Thero is a
reason for this. No two persons have
eyes alike. The two eyes in ono head
are seldom alike; if they match in
color they are different in form, differ
ent in. focus. Not one eye in ten
Silllions is in a normal, perfect con
ition. The focus is either behind the
retina or ' In front of it, and the eye
is either, near-sighted or far-sighted.
What can be expected of such an im
perfect organ In the way of correct
It appears to be still worse with the
ear. It is at best a crooked organ, and
nearly everything that passes through
it gets a twist. And these two defec
tive machines are allied with probably
the most deceitful little member that
ever was the, tongue. Tho effort of
the tongue to put into sound and
speech the so-called impressions ob
tained through the complicated me
chanism of the eye and the ear is a
ludicrous failure. Any one who is
familiar with a court of justice or
neighborhood talk knows that. And
owing to the sympathy of one part of
the body with another, the thumb and
the fore and middle fingers (which hold
the pen) become infected. The sub
stitution of the inflexible stylagraphlo
pen for the flowing quill and the
inflexible steel it was thought would
tend to remedy this defect Charles
Worth, of flaris, has decided in favor of
hoops, but they come in use slowly. In
this country everybody has decided that
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is the best remedy
for coughs and colds, and it is fast coming
in'o gensral use.
LIST OF LETTERS REMAINING UNCALLED
FOR IN THB POSTOFFICE AT CAIRO, ILL.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1884.
Andersou, J A
Bencini, J B
Gullett, G W
Heafflie, J no
Keannon, J R (2)
McConah , Mack
Mcllwaraer, Geo D
Phelphs, T A
Tuley, E D
Tharp, D W
Watson, P S
Walker, Johnnie J
Wright, Geo W
Cash, A M
Hardman, W G
Keannon, J C
McCaus, W P
3 Milam, W J
Sraedley, James A
Warren F W
Anson, Mary Alexander, Carolina
Ashford,Chaney Blanks, Maggie
Brannon, Hat tie Bland, Hettie
Cherrey, Fannie Felphs, Lano
Fackron, Policy Farley, Liozozie 1
Grant, Ellen Graves, Anna
Harris, Pemrey Ann Hale, Mary
Jamrrson, Mollie Jormea, Cora
Lester, Bell Mousie, Tda
Millsapp, Lou Mack, Lucy
Martin, Kittie .1 : Morharp, Francis
McCallas, Callcy 1 Miluier, Milley
Parker, Mary Parter, Livena
Porter, John Sanders, Margrett
Shiley, M Stoavenson, Ida
Persons calling for the above letters will
please say advertised.
Wat. McMcrp-hy, Postmaster.
WIT AND HUMOR.
Kansas City boasts of having a wo
man who speaks eight languages. It
is needless to remark that her nusDana
Edith asks: "Will vou pleaso send
mo a receipt for a nice home-made
pieP" Yes, Edith, we will send the re
ceipt in the very first mall after we re
ceive the pie.
A bachelor, upon reading that "two
lovers will sit up all night with only
one chair in the room, said it could
not bo done unless one of them sat on
tho floor. Such ignorance is painfuL
An Indiana colored lawyor, in trying
to get his client out of custody, ex
claimed: "Da is a law called 'babhis
carcass,' an' I'ze goin' to hab de car
cass ob dat client ob niino, doad or
' "What is this?" exclaimed a Bur
lington lady as she opened a letter and
something like a crumpled postage
stamp foil out, "Oh, yes; I remember
now. It's that Boston bathing suit I
ordered for Nellie."
A recent advertisement in a morning
paper read: "When will my own love
return? Jane." The next day the fol
lowing appeared: "When does the old
man leave town? Tom." It is believed
that the two havo some sort of connec
tion. "Just think of it," said ' a Vassar
graduate, "here is an account of a train
being thrown from the track by a mis
placed switch. How utterly careless
some woen are about leaving their
hair around. ' ' And she went on reading
and eating caramels.
Spurgeon tells an amusing story of
the old lady who started up, when her
grandson was about to take her um
brella, exclaiming, "No, now, you
don't. I'vo had that umbrella for
twenty-threo years, and it's never been
wet yet; and you ain't going to begin."
"Yes, they are excellent boots," said
the shoo dealer to tho young lady pur
chaser, "they will wear like iron."
"Do you think tho buttons are sewed
on securely?" she asked. "They are;
the boots are supplied with the 'old
maid's wedding' button, a new inven
tion." "Why is it called the 'old
maid's wedding' button?" "Because
it nevor comes off."
An Atlantic City paper says that the
greatest sight of the seaside is the board
walk in the evenings. The board walk
is a new name for skipping out and
neglecting to see the landlady. The
evening is a poor time for board walk
ing. It generally occurs later in the
night when the landlady is sweetly
dreaming of the brown stone front she
will buy with her summer profits.
Sam Bennett of San Antonio, boing
at Galveston a few days ago, went into
a barber shop to get shaved, and while
there got into a row with a gentleman
who wanted to get his hair trimmed.
They disputed as to who was next
"I'll see you later," said Sam, "this is
no place to have a difliculty." "That's
just where you are mistaken. There
can be no more appropriate place than
a barber shop to razor row." Texas
A talking bore in this city, and a
medical man, caught hold of the button
of a gentleman's coat the other day,
whom ho met on Main street, and held
him there in conversation. After a
weary time of it, the gentleman took
out his penknife and cut the button
from his coat, leaving it in the taking
bore's hand. He never noticed that his
friend had gone, but with the button
between his fingers went on talking as
lively as ever. Vide Winnipeg Sitings.
The monk does not always coaso to
be a man. The members of an orni
thological congress that was lately held
at Vienna visited, with their wives, tho
wealthy Bcnedictino monastery at
Melk, on the Donau. The spacious
cloisters, rich dining hall, well filled
library, scientific collections, gardens,
park, the lovely view and generous
collation raised their admiration to the
utmost. As they left an enthusiastic
lady said to one of the younger monks:
"You aro in heaven here. Ho was
equal to tho occasion. "We should
be," he replied, "but wo lack the an
"Is my shaving agreeable to you,
sir?" a loquacious barber asked a cus
tomer whom he had been flaying alive.
"My wifo would admire it very much,"
rather indefinitely replied tho man un
der torture. "Ah," said the barber,
with great complacency, "ladies are
often good judges of their husbands
being well shaved. And you think
mine will suit, sir?" "No doubt of it
in the world. It was only this morn
ing that she became angry because I
told her I could not afford to buy her a
spring bonnet and said I ought to be
skinned alive." The barber lost him
self in reflection. Pittsburg Chronicle.
Farmer John "Mary, the new hirod
mnn, you know, is a German. Well, ho
says that he is personally acquainted
with Dr. Koch, the great scientist, and
once did him such a great favor that
he knows that Dr. Koch will be glad to
reciprocate." Mary "Well, dear,
what of it?" "I told him to write to
Dr. Koch for some cholora germs."
"Horrors! John, are you crazy?" "No,
dear, but you know cousin Sue in the
city is bound to come here on a visit
with nine of her children. Now, either
we have got to take her or catch tho
cholera. Which do you prefer?" "Send
for the cholera, John.'' Philadelphia
Big words: It, is never well to use
big words when small ones will express
the same meaning. A lady who was
making a call on some acquaintances
observed that tho furniture had been
changed, and remarked to the lady:
"You have been metamorphosed, havo
you not?" "Y-e-s," said the other hes
itatingly. "You mean calcimined, I
suppose; it looks much bettor, doesn't
it?" "What causod your little boy's
sickness?" asked a plain mother of a
mothor whose little son was quite ill.
"Ho was climbing a ladder," was the
reply, "and lost his equilibrium."
"Poor littlo fellow," said tho sympa
thising mother; "do buy him anothor:
ho will bo moro caroful next timet
"Did you find the people indigent!"
inquired a clergyman of a wealthy
member of his church, who had beon
calling on some very poor families.
"Oh, dear, no," answered the lady;
"they wero respectable, but poor at
poverty." N. Y. Observer,
DA V MORNING SEPTEMBER 13, 1884.
Southern Exposition, Louisville, Ky.,
august iota to uctooer Zhtn.
The Illinois Central It. R. tickets to
Louisville and return Mondays and Tues
days of each week, at $10.15. Tickets
good to return on twenty days from date of
sale. Two daily trains leaving Cairo 2:15
a. m. ana 8 :45 p. m. A. U. Hanon,
Gen. Pass. Agt.
These are Solid Facta.
The best blood
lator ever rjl&rml within h mih nt Buf
fering humanity, truly is Electric Bitters.
Inactivity of the Liver, Biliousness, Jaun
dice. Combination. Wnak Kid nnva. or ftnv
disease of the urinary organs, or who evtr
requires an appetizer, tonic or mild stimu
lant, will alwava find Elerrrir. Rittera thA
best and only certain cure known. They
surety ana quickly, every bottlo guar
anteed tO fflVG entira Ritiafnrtinn or mnnct
refunded. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by
ubuwny r08. (4)
A Bemarkable Escape.
Mrs. Marv A. llailfiv. nf Tnnkha.nnnr.lr.
Pa., wis afflicted for six years with Asthma
ouu uroncnuis, uunng wmcn time tne
best Dhvsiriana Could oiv nn rRlif TIit
life was despaired of, until in last Octo
ber she procured a bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery, when immediate relief waa
f..L J L- . I. ...... . ..
on, ouu oy continuing us use lor a snort
time she was completely cured, gaining in
flesh 60 lbs. in a few months.
Free Trial Bottles of this certain cure of
all Throat and Lung Diseases at Barclay
uiob urug store. .Large uottieB f i.uu.
A Fair Offer.
The Voltaic Belt Co., of Marshall. Mich.,
offer to send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Voltaic
Belt and Electric Appliances on trial, for
thirty days, to men, old and yonog, afflict
ed with nervous debility, lost vitality, and
many other diseases.
See advertisement in this paper. 1
When You Feel Blue,
ana your back aches, and your head feels
heavy, and you wake unrefreshed in the
morning and your bowels are sluggish or
costive, you need Kidney-Wort. It is na
ture's great remedy, and never fails to re
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liver, constipation malaria, piles, rheuma
tism, etc. It operates similtaneously on
the kidneys, liver, and bowels, strengthen
ing thum and restoring healthy action.
Put up in both and liquid form. " Sold by
Kuiu Wrought lu the Forest.
How depressing it is to see acres of trees
cut down in the midst of a noble forest,
How saddening it is to also see that thin
spot in the midst of your otherwise abun-
daut hnir. Stop it at once by the use of
farker s lialr Balsam. For actutl efficien
cy this famous article Btands at the head of
its class. Elegant for the toilet, delicious
in odor, and restores the original color to
gray or faded hair. Economical, as a slight,
occasional application keeps the hair aad
scalp in perfect order.
In the Hop Plaster are united French
Heps, Gums and Balsams, and its power
is wonderlul in curing Hack Acne, Sprains,
Bruises, Neuralgia, Pain in the Side or
Soreness anywhere. Thousands testify to
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and I" .ken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of tutting teeth? If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immed
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no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhoea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
nurses and physicians in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
t3P Do it at once. For 10 cents get a
package of Diamond Dyes at the druggists.
They color anything the finest and most de
sirable colors. Wells, Richardson & Co.,
Burlington, Vt. Sample cardp, 33 colors,
and book of directions for 2c stamp.
Cheap Homes in Arkansas and Texas
Along the lice of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands ot
acres of the choicest farming and grazing
lands in the world, raneinr in Drice from
$2.00 to $300 aud $4.00 per acre, in a
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tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
in ana makeup your mind to go ana
Bee for yourself when you learn that the crop
for 1883 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed formoney paid for ticket? or freight
over the Companies lines.
II. C. Townsend. Qcn'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis. Mo.
at- r r r i. i.U. J
For the Cure of Coughs, Coldi
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enza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In
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lief of consumptive persons in advan
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by all Druggists. Price, 15 Cents.
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78 Ohio Levee;
Prices according to Style and Quality
of Paper, special discount ou large
THICK PER SINGLE 1,006.
Letter Heads $4 00 to 5 50
Bill Heads....... 2 75 to 4 00
Note Heads 2 50 to 3 50
Packet Note Heads 3 00 to 4 00
Monthly Statements 2 50 to 3 50
Business Cords 2 50 to 4 00
Envelopes (high cut 6s) 2 00 to 3 50
Envelopes (high cut6) 2 50 to 4 00
Shipping Tags 2 50 to 3 50
Bills Lading 4 50
Checks, Orders and Receipts
(10 books) 3 50 to 4 50
Dodgers, all colors, (single
thousand) 6x9 2 50
Dodgers, 0x12 (single thou
sand) a 00
Wedding Invitations 4 50 to 7 00
Ball Invitations 2 00 to 5 00
Ball Programmes 2 50 to 5 00
Posters, 12 x 18 U sbeet) 100 2 50
" " 500 4 OU
" 18 x 24 (H sbcet),
single 100 4 00
" . 24 x 30 ("full sheet).. 6 00 per 100
J8 x 42 (mammoth).. 9 00 per 1C0
nr-Each additional 100 In Dosten one lo two
dollar). Special rules on application for colored
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FOR SALE BY
J. C. CARSON, Cairo, Ills.
ST. CLAKA ACADEMY
la magnificently situated In the southern part ot
Wisconsin. Pupils arriving at Dubuque, Bait Du
buque or Qalena, III., may telephone to Academy
for conveyance. For further particular apply for
catalogue. ST. C'LAKa ACADKlMY.
Slnainawa Mound, Grant Co., Wla.
ST. BEGIN A ACADEMY, EDGEWOOD,
the maeniSrent gift of ax Gov. Washburn, Madl
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educational advantages. 730-im
CUE TKRtldjear opens September 10. A MI1I1
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gllsh. Circulars or capt. W. p. Uallidayand N.B.
1'histlewood and of Mesrs. P. W. Harclay, Chas.
Gallieher and K. II. Cunningham, ot this city, or
of COL. I II KO. HYATT, President.
The Regnlar Cairo & Paducah Uaily
HENRY E. TAYLOR, Master.
UEOKUB JOUEs, Clerk.
leaves Pducah for C tiro daily (Sundays except
ed) at 8 a. in., and Mound City at I p.m. Keturc
lng.leavet Cairo at 4 p.m.; Mound Cltv at&p.m
A. LADY of ABILITY
To canvass for Madame G.ITold's
Patent bklrt Supporting Corset and
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The Onlv Line Running
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Making Direct Connbotiow
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For St. Lonla aad Chicago, arriving at St. Loats
10-15 p. m., and Chicago 7:20 a. ra.
3:45 p.m. Cincinnati Express.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a. m.; Loolivilk 1:55
a. m. ; Indlanapolla 4:05 a. m. Paa.eLger. bf
tbia train reach tba above point, m to 3(5
UGUKS in advance of an other route.
EPThe 8:45 a. m. exDresi hai PULLMAN
SOKEPIkQ CAR from Cairo to Cincinnati, with
out changes, and through ileeper to St. Louli
" Fast Time .East.
Puac0Vtrrata DT tn llne no through to Eaat.
1 ttOSCliilt;1! era points without any delav
earned by Hiindar Intervening. The Saturday after-
uormut.aiiu:a:. rnmy-aix nonrsin advance ol
iSr-For throneh tickets and further Information
apply at IlUnoii Central Ball road Depot, Cairo.
J. H. JUN KB, Ticket Agent.
A. H. HANSON. Gen. Paaa. Agent. Chicago
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Trains depart. Tralna arrive.
tMail ....2:-20a.m. f fMall 4:0S a.
Eipress 3:45 p. m. I tEvpress 11:45 a.
St Louis Ex U;i) p. m. tSt Louis Ex 8:15 p.
I. c. r. it (souinero Division)
tMail 4:45a.mtN. O. K,
taxprees 10:30 am,
tAccoru... 3 45 p.m
tN.O. Kt 4:80 p
8T. L. A I
M. R. R.
. 7:4' p.m.
....9:30 a. m
W., BT. L.
....4 :00 a.m.
ItSxpress ..9:30 p.
tSt.L. Mall. ..6:SO a.
tst. L. Ex. ...o:00 p.
a p. r. r.
I Mali 4 Ex...9 SOp.
Accom 10:30 a.
tSt L. Mall.
tSt. L. Kx..
.Mali it Kx.
A ceo in
Freight 6:45 p.
MOBILE OHIO R. R.
5:55a.m. I Mall
Dally except Sunday, t Dull v.
aRRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
Arr at I
8 p. m.
9 p. m.
9 p. m
9 p. m.
7 a. ni.
S p. m.
I. C. K. K. (through lock mail).. 8 a. m. I
" " ..ll:(jpa.m
(way maul.. n:3up.m.
(sootnern uiv 4:sup.m.
Iron Mountain K. K 3:0up. m.
Wabash It. R........... a a. in.
Texas A St. Louis K. K U noon I
St. Louts A Cairo a. It 4 p. m.
Ohio River...- 3 p. m.
Miss Klver arrives Wed.. Sat. A Mon.
depart! Wed , Fri. A Sun.
P O. gen. dol. open from 7:30 am to 7:30 pro
P.O. box del. open from ...(a.m. to 9 p. m.
8undajrsgen.de;. open from... .8 a. m. to 10 a.m.
Sunday box del. open from.. ..6 a. m. to 10:30 am
WNOTE. Chan?ea will nnhllahad tram
time to time in city paper, man
ance vonr cards aa
WM. M. MURPHY. P. M
Mayor-Thoma. W. Halliday.
Treasurer CbarU F. Nelli.
Clerk-Dennis. J, Foley.
Counselor Wm. B. Gtlhert.
Marshal Jam s S. Rearden.
Mtorner William Hendricks.
Police Magistrate a. Comings.
BOABD Or ALOlBJtlll
iflrst Ward-Wm.McHale, narry Walker
Second Ward- C. K. Woodward, C. N. Hnghet
Third Ward John Wood, Egbert Smith.
Fourth Ward Charles O. Patter. Samnel Orr,
Fifth Ward Cras. Lancaster, Henry Stoat.
Circuit Judge U. 3. Baker.
Circuit Clerk A. H. Irvin.
County Judge J. U. Robinson.
Connty Clerk S. J. Hutnm.
County Attorney Angus Leek.
County Treasurer Mile W. Parker,
riberllr John Hodge.
Coroner R. Pltzgerala
County Commissioners T. W. Hallidiy, J.
Mnlcaher and Peter Kauo.
CAIRO BAPTIST. Corner Tents and Popla
streets; preaching every Sunday morning and
nitibt at usual hoars. Prayer meeting Wednes
day night; Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.
Rov. JNO. F. KDKN, Pastor.
CHURCH OF THE RBDEEMBR-Xplscopal
Fourteenth street; Sunday 7:00 a m., Holy
Communion 10:30 a. m., Morning Prayers 11 a. ni.
Sunday schools p. m., Evening Prayer 7:0 p.m
F. P. Davenport, S. T. B. Hector.
IMHST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH.
V Preaching at 10:30 a. n... 3 p. m and 7:80 p. m.
4albath school at 7:30 p. m Rev. T. J. Shore,
I UTU SHAN Thirteenth street; service Sab
j bath 1:30 a. m. ; Sunday school p. m. Rev.
MKTHODIST-Cor. Eighth and Walnut streets,
Preaching Sabbath 11:00. m. and 7:30 p. m.
-onday SchoJ at 4:00 p. m. Rev. J. A. Scarrett,
PRESBYTERIAN Eighth itmt: preacnlng oa
Sabbath at 11:00 a. m. and 7:80 p. m.; prayer
tneettng Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.; Sonday School
at 3 p. m. Rev B. Y. George, pastor.
ST. JOSEPn 8 -(Roman Catholic) Corner Cross
and Walnut streets: Mas verv Snndav at
and lrt a. m.; Sunday school at p.m., and Vesp
ers at 3 p.m. M s every morning at 8 a. m. Rev
C. Sweeney, paetoi.
SI. PATRICK'S-( Roman Cathoilc) Corner Ninth
street and Washington avenne; Mas every
Sunday and 8 and to a.m.: Sundav Khu at 1 n.m.'
aud Vispers a. 3 p. m. as eye y morn'ng at I
p.m. ncv. i. aiurpny, pasioi.
CHICAGO MEDICAL COLLFGE,
(Corner Prairie Avenue and g9lh St., Chicago),
Mfdloal Department ot
'1 h Noi thwestern Unirersity.
N. t. DAVl.-sM. "., hi. D.,Dean.
The Co leelate year will begin Sept. 93, IS8I, and
cloia March 4, litftt. The course or Instruction Is
graced. Student being divided Into first, second
and third tear classes. Qualification for dml
Ion are either a Degroe of A. . a certlfl ate of a
reputable academy, or preliminary examination.
1 he method of Instruction I conspicuously prac
tical, and I applied inth Wards of the Mercy.
St. Lake and Si rhael Reese Hospital, datlv at
the bedld- of ths lrk. The Practitioner." Coura
will begin the day after tho Aneaal Comraence
ment and nt't ue four week. Fees, In ad vine:
watrimlatlon. U.oo; Lecture, T!U; Demonstra
te r, 5.00. Hospitals: Mercy, $.oo: St. Lake'.
t5.iO. Laboratory. $v'; Breakage, 45.00. Final
Examination, J.i'M O, February 1st. Practitioner'
Course. $.10.00. For further Information, a-ldrv
WALTER HAY. D., LL. D., Secretary.
TlMwd) Stat St., Chicago, UL