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For Sale: Two vacant lots, numbered
30 and 31, in block 64, city of Cairo.
Legal Blanks Kept for Sale
at The Bulletin office.
Special Warranty PueU,
Quit Claim Deeds,
Heal Estate Mortgage,
Executions, Summons, Venire,
Garnishee Iilauks, &c.
Offensive breath, bad taate in mouth,
coated tongue, how torpid liv-r and dis
ordered stomach. Allen's Bilious Physic,
regulable remedy, quickly relieves all. 25
cents. At all drugt. (8)
An End to Bone Scraping:.
Edward Shepherd, of Ilarrislmrg, 111.,
says: "Having received so much benefit
from Electric Bitters, I feel it my duty to
M suffering humanity know it. Have had a
ryuniug sore on my leg for eight years; my
doctors told me I would have to have the
Ixxie scraped or leg amputated. I used,
instead, three liottlea of Electric Hitters and
seven boxes Bucklen's Arnica Stive, ard
my leg is now sound snd well."
Electric Bitters are sold at fifty cents a
Untie, and Bucklen's Arnica Salve at 25c.
per box by Barclay Bros. (5)
rfucKien'8 Arnica Salve
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
fliuifes, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Mires, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
run s Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
feet satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
2?5 cents tr box. For sale by Barclay
If You Do!
If you w.v.t to sell anything,
If you wtuit to buy anything,
If you want to increase your business,
If you WMiit to hire anyone,
If you want a situation,
If you hive a hou-e to rent,
If you want to rent a house,
Advertise in The Cairo Bulletin.
A startling Discovery,
Mr. Win. Johnnon, of II nr m. I) k., writes
that his wife h id he-n troubled with acute
Bronchitis fur uuny yearn, an J thnt all
remedi s tried give no peimnnunt relief,
until he procured a dottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery f r Consumption, Coughs,
and Cold', which hid a magical efTitct, and
produced a permanent cure. It is gu mn
teed to cure ail Disetses if Throat, Lung,
cr Bronchial Tubes.
Trial B ttles Free at Barclay Bros.' Drug
Store. Large Size fl.00. (3)
-"Perfection. The scarlet, cardina
red, old gold, navy blue, seal brown, Dia
mond Des give perfect results. Any fash
ionable color 10c, at druggist. Wells
liichaidson & Co., Burlington, Yt.
A Fair Offer.
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall,' Mich.
nfT..r tn kj nil Mr Din'i V.iltnin Hi.lt unit
Applicauces on trial, for thirty days, to
men, old or youni;, afflicted with ni rvous
riebiiity, lost vitality and kindred troubles.
See advertisement in this paper. 2
1 1 L 1 1 ii i t
Southern Eipomtion, Louisville, Ky.,
August 16th to October 25th.
The Illinois Central H. It. tickets to
Louisville and return Mondays and Tues
diys of each week, at $10.15. Tickets
good to return on twenty days from date of
sale. Two daily trains leaving Ciro2:15
a. m. and 3:45 p. m. A. II. II anon,
flw Git. Pas. Agt.
The Hop Plaster will cure Bck Ache,
and all other pains Instantly. 25 cts. only,
at druggists. 2
Ladies in America
long before they reach middle age fre
quently rind themselves suffering from
some of the complaints peculiar to their
s-x. For all such Kidney-Wort is great
ho' n. It inducts a healthy action of the
kidueys. liver and bowels, cleanses the sys
tem, and strengthens aud gives new life to
all important orgaos of the body. It is na
ture's great assistant in establishing and
usUiuiog health. Sol I by all druggists
Cheap Koines in Arkansas and Texas
Along the life of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain end Southern IUilway,Txas and
Pacific Railway aud International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands ot
acres of the choicest farming and grazing
lands in the world, ranging in price from
$2S)0 to 100 and $4.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkaneas and. Texas,
in 1882, and makeup your mind to go and
ee for yourself when you learn that the crop
for 1883 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, oue
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed for money paid forticketf or freight
over the Companies lines.
II. C. Townseno, Qen'l Pas9. Agt.
St. Louis. Mo.
For the Cure of Coughs, Coldij
Hoarseness, Bronchitis.Croup, Influ
enza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In
cipient Consumption and for the re
lief of consumptive persons in advan
ced stages of the Disease. For Sale
by all Druggists. Price, i$ Cent.
THE J3AiLV OAiKO BULLETIN: THUKSDAy MORNIKG SEBTEMBER
The dude has seen his day. lie Is no
longer fashionable in New York. ,
The bruiser Sullivan says he has
made $175,000 by his performances
Thirty years ngo General Phil Sheri
dan was a Lieutenant and known as
the best song-and-dance man on the
Most of tho more than 4,000 women
employed in the povernniout service at
Washington are from tho Middle and
New England States.
Sunday, says a California paper, is
devoted to athletic sport at the peni
tentiary quoiting, running, leaping,
and similar acts of worship.
Out of Japan's total population of
80, 000, 0W) there are only 10,050 paup
ors. and of these more than 1,000 are
at Tokio, in the work-house.
The Duke of Wostminster, one of the
largest property owners in London, al
lows no liquor sold in any building or
on any land rented from him.
Bob Toombs, of Georgia, is now 75,
blind in one eye from cataract, and
partially blind in the other. He is
rich, and quite as original as ever.
An old man in Cincinnati makes a
living by going round between 3 and 6
o'clock In the morning waking people
whose employment' necessitates rising
The East Indies are overcrowded
with goats. There are millions in the
islands, and the land from one
end to the other smells like an im
In Chicago there is one doctor to
every (48 inhabitants; in St. Louis, one
to every 475; In Denver, one to every
260; in Idaho, ono to every 51, and in
Wyoming Territory, one to every 80.
A farmer's work on wet davs In
cludes, according to an agricultural
paper, this miscellany: "Mend the
tools, oil the harness, pick out the de
cayed fruit and vegetables in the cellar,
read, write and visit the school."
There is nothing very brilliant
about our Bremen demists," said a
lady to an individual who practiced the
art In Berlin, "but they are obliging.
If you wish a tooth extracted with gas
they forthwith light the chandelier.
Hygienic pillows are now in vogue.
Three form a full equipment for a bed,
of which one is filled with bona, a sec
ond with pine needles, and a third with
marine moss. They are believed to
cure sleeplessness and nervous disord
ers. Last year Paris consumed 107.426.
000 gallons of wine. This was about
forty-seven gallons to each person, or
over a pint a day to each man, woman,
and child. It is a very common thing
to see French mothers foeding wine to
According to the latest census the
people of the United States engaged in
active business pursuits are thus em
ployed: In agriculture, 22.000.000;
professional and personal service, 12,
000.000; manufacturing and mininsr,
11,000.000; trade and transportation,
The Dutch have not controlled the
nutmeg trade for many years. They
tried to confine the growth of the nut
meg to the Banda Islands, which they
owned, but the nutmeg pigeons carried
the nuts into all the surrounding coun
tries, and the trees grew and flourished
in spite of tho would-be- monopolists.
In the Luray cavern, the guide re
marks, "Now I will show you the
crowning wonder of all," and points to
a little circular depression in the rock
a perfect bird's nest and there, to
carry out the illusion, is a little white
egg, smooth and perfect in shape as re
ality. There were three, but some
vandal stole the others.
The question whether or not the use
of natural gas is safe, as now conduct
ed, is being agitated Lu Pittsburg.
Many persons living along the routes
of the pipe say that it is only a ques
tion of lime wbeu the peoplo will be
horrified by a disastrous explosion.
The samo unrealized fears prevailed
when the artificial gas was introduced.
The development of the lumber
manufacturing Lusiness In mauy parts
of tho South is remarkable. From
South Kentucky to Chattanooga, TenD.,
is an extended and vast lino of saw
mills and stave, spoke and handle
factories. Largo numbers of people
nro crowding into that region, of which
tho town of Dayton, Tenn., is the
active business center.
A cement which resists damp and
firmly attaches labels to iron and tin
work consists of a pasto of rye meal
and a little solution of glue and water,
to which as much Venetian turpentine
is added as may be required. Ordin
ary flour paste, when woll made, and
some glycerine thoroughly incorporated
with it, does very well for fixing print
ed labels on tinned sheet-iron boxes.
The California ostrich farm covers
200 acres, has twenty old birds and
eighteen young ones. The proprietor
is hopeful of a large profit. One-half
the feather product of Africa is market
ed in tj-.e Lnited States, and the de
mand is increasing. Each bird ought
to yield fifty long white feathers twice
a year. The feathers bavo to be washed
and curled, and aro then worth $4 to
$6 each, wholesale.
A correspondent of the Boston Olobe
gives the following cure for catarrh:
"Take about a pint of warm water,
add one or two teaspoonfuls of fluid ex-
tract of witch-hazel and twenty or
thirty drops of tincture of myrrh. Put
the mixture in a rubber douche, with
tube attached. Hang the douche in
an elevated position, place the nozzle
of the tube in tho nostrils alternately
say for fifteen minutes, and the specilio
gravity of the fluid will do the work.
Use twice a day."
The Treasury Department has in its
rogues' gallery photographs of 3,000
counterfeit makers ' anil "shovers."
These persons are of all ages, from tho
child of fourteen to the gray-haired
sinner of seventy. They represent
every nationality, even to the African
and tho Heathen Chinee. The latter,
indeed, aro much more numerous than
might be expectod. Those thrifty
fiagaus are perhaps the most expert
mitators in tho world, and they stand
at the hoad of the class in tho produc
tion of base coin. Many women nrq
engaged as "shovers."
'The colobrat" Egyptian explorer,
Petrle, has just discovered a colossal
statue pf Barneses II., which, when
whole, must havo been the largest
stono statuo ever known in the world,
its altitude from foot to crown having
been ninety-eight feet. It was a stand
ing figuro of the usual type, wearing
the crown of Upper Egypt, and, with
its pedestal baa an extreme height of
115 feet, it was a monolith, and came
from the quarries of Syene, like tho
great obelisks and pillars of Luxor,
and, according to the most careful
computation, it must have weighed
about 700 tons. It has boen mutilated
and despoiled beyond recovery, and its
fragments built into the propylon of a
temple erected by the sovereign of a
later dynasty. ,
The New York Sun thinks we are
living in a go-ahead age, and instances
the changes in bur-room styles.
Twelve years ago the floor was sand
ed, pictures of Flora Temple, Peytona
and Fashion hung upon the walls,
chairs and tables were wooden and
primitive, the ceiling was dingy, chan
deliers were rusty and fly-tracked,
chopped pigs' feet were served as
lunch, ana whisky and brandy were
poured from the bottle. Now all Is
changed. The bar-rooms are nooks of
luxury. Turkish rugs cover the floor,
expensive paintings adorn the walls,
marble-topped tables and richly up
holstered chairs await occupants, ceil
ings are frescoed and exquisitely
stuccoed blue enameling refines bronzed
chandeliers, choice salmon is the staple
feature in free lunches, and liquors are
poured from delicate decanters of cut
A Magnetic Girt '
On a Cincinnati Southern train going
toward Cincinnati was a nice looking
girl from down South somewhere. She
sat in one end of the car. The train
stopped at a station and a young man
got in. He took a seat at the other end
of tho car. The young lady had lovely
eyes and pretty bangs. ,The young
man's eyes were expressive and his
mustache drooping. About the time
her lovely eyes caught sight of his mus
tache his expressive eyes espied her
bangs. They looked and looked. She
finally dropped her eye-lids and then
looked up quick enough to catch him
elevating his eyebrows. In turn he saw
her mouth broaden into a little smile.
The young man could not take his eyes
from the voung lady. He seemed spell
bound. Soon he arose from his seat
and walked towards the young lady.
Her eyelids-drop again qod apparently
the spell is broken, as be walks by and
gets a drink of water. But no as he
returns she is trying to lower the win
dow blind to keep the impertinont sun
off ber golden bangs. Unable to resist
the secret influence that has possessed
him, he stops and lowers the blind for
her. Then he sits down. They talk,
and smile and laugh.
"Wonderful, wonderful l Eureka!"
exclaimed a gray, bat large and fine
looking gentleman who had been
watching the young lady. "What do
you see that is so wonderful?" inquired
the man sitting behind him. "Why,
didn't you see that? Greatest thing I
ever saw in my life. My fortune's
made. Did you notice how that girl
magnetized that drummer? Magnet
ized him completely. Got dead away
with him. W ell, sir, I'm Bob Miles, of
Cincinnati, and that's my magnetic
girl from Georgia. No doubt now about
her wondrous power. Millions in it."
Gov. Tod's Song.
Judge R. P. Paulding told a story
about Gov. Tod at the reunion of the
pioneers of Cleveland, O., Tuesday.
"At one time," he said, "I visited my
old friend J udgo Tod, and during my
stay remarked to the Judge that his
daughter, who was singing in the ad
joining room, had a beautiful voice.
Yes,' said he my children all sing,'
and he called for his son David, who
entered the room. A greener-looking
lad I never saw, a great awkward lout,
dressed in jeans and homespun, with a
rough, stolid countenance. 'What is
your will, father?' he asked. 'David,'
said the Judge, 'I want you to sine
one of your nice songs for this gentle"
man.' Without expression, without
moving a muscle of his face, be started:
'Old Grimes Is dead,
That good old man.'
and carried tho air through. I was
impressed and much amused. 'Ah,'
said my friend, "there is moro in my
boy than appears on the surface, if it
could only be developed. My farm is
mortgaged, and I can't afford to give
him an education.' 'Send him to me,'
I replied, 'I will put him to school'
So he did; young David became a law
yer; in ten years he had paid off the
mortgage on the old farm, and later,
as Governor of Ohio, he saved the Na
tion from dishonor."
the Champion Unlucky Boy.
Fred Slach. of Goshen, N. Y., is ten
years old. The other day he fell out
of a second story window. He .truck
on the pavement and rolled down a
flight of eight stone steps to a base
ment. He got up and went, into the
house, washed himself, and walked a
mile to see a base ball match. While
looking on he was hit on the head by a
hot line ball and knocked down. He
picked himself up and walked over to
the other side of the field. He had
hardly taken his position there when
ho was hit and knocked down aain by
another ball. Then he climbed'into a
wagon and sat on the tail board watch
ing the game. Tho horse started up
suddenly and tho boy tumbled back
ward, striking on his head and shoul
ders. Then he walked over to the
scorers' stand and stood there until a
man took a stop backward and sot his
boot down on the boy's bare foot Then
he limped off the held, and half an
hour later was kicked by a horse Jn
front of Horton's drug store. lie was
on hand at the railroad track soon
afterward watching a chance to steal
a ride on a freight train.
Tho Koran allows a man to have
(our wives. Ho may have as many con
cubines as he pleases. Things are
very loose in such matters among the
Egyptians, Syrians and Turks. Tho
law of divorce is this: A man may put
away his wifo when he pleases, lie
must retftrn to her tho dower she
brought him, and go before the Caliph
and simply formally state that he has
put her away.
STAQZS Of TBI BIVJtB.
River marked by the gauge at this
port, at 2:12 p. tn. yesterday, 7 feet 8
inches. Riie during previous twenty
four hours, 0 foot 1 inch.
Chattanooga, Sept. 17. River 1 foot 0
inch and falling.
Cincinnati, Sept. 17. River 3 feet 3
Inches aud falling.
Louisville, Sept. 17. River 3 feet 10
inches and falling.
Nashville, Sept. l7.-RiTer 1 ft 1 Inch
Pittsburg, Sept. 17. River 8 feet 6 in
ches' and rising.
8t Louis, Sept. lC River 0 ft 6 inch
es and falling.
A slight rise in the Ohio and Tennessee
The Henry A. Tler leaves Paducah to
morrow for St. Louis.
The Commonwealth, from St. Louis,
will report here for Vickiburg to-morrow
Capt. Lem Hill leaves this evening on the
Fowler for Paducah to come out on the
The City of New Orleans, from St. Louis,
is due here to-morrow morning for New
The City of Helena, from Vickibunr,
with a light load, passed np for St. Louis
The Government steamer Pearl, Capt.
Bad Smedley matter, leaves here to-day
for Grand Tower.
Business on the wharf dull yesterday.
No arrivals or departures during the day
except the Gus Fowler.
The little towboat Minnie, with Capt.
Taylor io command, leaves the lower Mis
sissippi this morning.
Capt. Jim Brown, river editor of the
Paducah Daily News, was in the city yes
terday. He le.ft for home on the Fowler.
The Hudson, from St. Louis, is due to
night for Paducah. W. F. Lambdin pas
senger agent, will furnish tickets at low
Capt. J. D. Moore,1 who Las been in the
employ of the Cincinnati & Memphis
Packet Co. for the last ten or twelve years
has retired lrom river life, and is now in
the insurance business and doing well.
capt. jonn urimtn, or tne Hudson, wu
in the city yesterday. He procured a
lighter from Major Halliday, which the
Hudson will take to-night to assist her in
going over the chain, but it is likely shs
can get through without any trouble.
It is a fact too well known to be denied
that if it were not for Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup hotel proprietors in Florida would
put their rates up to ten dollars per day.
Disease that has its primary cause in its
blood must be treated at the source of the
trouble. Rheumatism aud neuralgia are
known to be a distinct species of blood
poison ing. Ontward treatment for tbem
must therefore necessarily prove ineffective.
in Atulopnoros has been found the treat
spicific for these diseases, because by draw
ing out the poisonous substances the sys
tem is restored to a healthy condition, the
action of the muscles is invigorated and
the stiffened joints are limbered.
Tbl verao platter la it 0 .
abeol.telj (A. Wri mr FlUf
tad, eombiBlnc th. . -
virtue of hop with Dl "ABTCD
ruu,telMUtnd fclAAO I dl
tract. Ita power la woaderfal U esrtuoJaeaeee where
other pUatera limply niter. . Crick la the Back tsi
Keck, Fain la tho Bide or Umbo, MIS Joint and M nclM,
Kidney Trouble, Rhen malum, Mtral?la, Bor Chart!
Affection of the Heej ud Urer.ud all pais or ache
- mmmm Mil or nr lor fLO.
Hailed oa rcipto( price. Sold by
"W" an ooatry atore.
Boa FlatUr &.
Proprietor!, Boaton, Mat
tyforooartlpaUoa, loai ( appetite tad dieaof th
towel take Hawley'e Storeaeh and liver Pill. Herat.1
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Made to Order.
8th St., bet. Ohio Levee A Commercial Ave.
CAIRO. . ILL
Repairing neatly done at short notice.
CAIKO STAR LAUNDRY.
I wonld retpectfuilr announce to th cltlien of
ultra mat i aave epened and am carrrlog on
flrttclaie laandijr In tbe rear of Winter' Block,
on Seventh etreel, where I am prepared to do all
klnde of work In my line in' a euDeclor aad vork-
manihlp atyl. defying competition and at reaaon-
me u(uree. ah won iruaran'eea, nod prompt
pay ment if any good are loat.
M AMY BRNHll.V.
N. B. Entrance to laundry, ihrooeh he private
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mrs. AMANDA CLABK80N, Agent.
Next Alexander Co. Bank, 8th St
lyOood Stock s4 Prises Buoaile..jFf
s o J
X TTlTT V
I cM.,,'tlt, OUT OF ORDER.
IF SO ONION SQUARE KEWYORK. .
FOR SALE BY
J. C. CARSON, Cairo, Ills.
ST. CLAM ACADEMY
Ii msirni fleet) tly dtuated In tbe eonthern part ol
Wisconsin. Puplle arriving at Dnbaque, Kast Da
bnqae or Galena, III., may telephone to Academy
(or conveyance. For further particular apply foe
catalogne. ST. CLAKA ACADUMY.
blnslnawa Mound, Uraot t'o,, Wis.
ST. EEGINA ACADEMY, EDGE'POD,
the mapnlflrent gift of ex-Gov. Wachbarn, Madi-
on, wu., la a branch ot St. Clara and oiler fine
CHE TBRHd vearopena September 10. A mili
tary College with University power. Depart men ta
in Civil Engineering, Chemlitry, CiaMice and En
gllah. Circulars of Capt. W. P. Uallidayand N.B.
i'hiatlewood and of Xear P. W. Barclay, Chai.
Gallluher and B. H. Cunningham, ol thus city, or
of COL. niKO. HYATT, President.
BEFORE V-AND -AFTER
Electric ApplUncee art int on 30 Dm' Trill.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNQ OH OLD,
WHO are mlTerlng from Naavous Diaiurr,
Loit Vitality, Lick or Naur roar in
Viuja, WAmaWiiiKiwr,ndll ttaow dlieaaea
of a FauoMAL Kiruaa multlng from Aavaaa and
OTHaa Cii'sia. Speujy relief and complete rtato
rationuf HuLTa, looaanil MakhoodOuabakthd.
the rrandoit dlaeoTerjr of the Nineteenth Century.
Send at once tor lUiutrated Punpolet free. Adorw
VDtTAIC BELT CO., MARSHALL MICH.
Whom debility, exaanated
power., prematura decay
and failure to perform lire'
dutte properly are canned by
eicensea, error, of youth, etc.,
will tind a perfect and lasting
reatoration to robn.t health
and vlorona manhood io
, THS MARSTON BOLUS.
Aeilner atomacii drmunn? nor
inatruraenta. Thla treatment of
nrrroai JleDllltjr and
1 h rataii I llei-a v i. ii nif arm I
.UCCBM I U 1 UflAURO IMWU UU ptTIPCV UiagnOSIS,
tw and direct method and abnolnte thor
uahncea. Full information and Treatia free.
Aduresa Consulting Phyaioian of
MARSTON REMEDY CO., 46 W.I4th St. New York.
OK THE HUMAN BODY KNLARUKP. DEVKI
OT-KD, BTRHXGTUKNED." Kte.. la an Intereiitin;
vertmement tonnTuo in out papT. In r
KTuq in our paviht. An reply tom-
uine we will
f that then is no evidence of hnm
Tory highly indorwjd, Inwrecteq pwrHons my get
f.lrt cirenlare yiTiDg U p4rticuUrt by dd tawing'
A favorite Dreaerlntlon of One Of JIM
bloat noted end aucecaafUl aneciallat In the U. H.
(now retired) for tbe cur of re Dbilirth
timt JfnAxxS, rTMlrMea and Iteeo. benl
Addreu DR. WARD ft CO., louiiiaoa. Mo.
TfoauD1ftf eMCfflf Vrrrmm PtMtHy, mtn
mm ana puyucai wuiniu, im maiMMNi,nr
' voai proatretlob, Ui incultt orindlKrtini.
It ran f ftltb thai II will Mr ttry cam prorapta ma toModlo
lUtlUior uy cftMA.earatibvaBl rilITA.
ay idto rtr a iriai pacirr
JnfU, ttc Da. A. O. O&aa
i rart.pt or 11 cent furl
en mraiHtu mr for PI lee.
Price fl, at dniOTUita, or
atnt prepaid by mail, sample
. Ad. "ANAKKfy"
TocanvM for Madame Qrlawold'e
Patent Hklrt Hupi-ortlng Comet and
Bklrt-anpportor, !n Cairn nd tlMnl
ty. Thane are without a rival. Send
i. 11 PUrSAM.Qop.Ant,
136 State Street, , Chicago
DR. B. U. KANI, at ma Dqlarr
ear one cure almeir kkfr aa nalalMilf . fur toMta
"J." 5"d '"anrawaeata fmia .mln.nl nMN raea Mr.Mnm ,
H. . kill, A. ., Me rillea at,, Mrm Ir Car.
LLfNOIS CENTRAL R. R
Shortest and Quickest Rout
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line Kunnm
O DAILY TRAIN
Making Direct Connection
hum LliTl Cairo:
3:ao a m. Mttil, .
arriving In Bt.Lonit I 00 a.m.; ChlcKo,:a0p.A.,
uonnecting at Udln and Kfflngnam for Cincin
nati, Louiaville, Indianapoll aud point Baat.
12:SO p. m. Fast St. Loulei ani
Arriving In St Loot 6:45 p. m and conuectlnt
rar ail point treat.
3:45 p. m. fast Ezprete.
For St. Loul and Chicago, arriving at St. Loil
iu io p.m., ana umcago t.m a. m.
3:45 p.m. Cinoinnatt EiprRi,
Arriving tt Cincinnati 7:00 a. m.j LonlevilU iM
a. m.; inaianapoii t:uo a. m. faaaeLgera nr
thla train reach the above point 13 to 30
HOURS In advance of any other root.
t9The 3:45 a. m. emreta haa PtlLLUAN
BUKKPInQ CAB from Cairo to Cincinnati, with.
ont change, and through tleeper to tit. Lonl
nd Chicago. ,
Fast Time itlast.
PdCUPTl (TPra DT thl lln S through to Raat.
1 a'33Clli;Cia tra n0lnU without n
cauaed bv Hnnday Intervening. The Saturday after,
soon train ttom Cairo arrive In new York Monday
vorniug at iu :S5. Thlrty-aU hoar In Advance of
nv other route,
ky For throneh ticket and farther lnformatioi
apply at IUlnola Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
d. u. junks, Ticket Agent.
A. H. HANSON. Gen. Fata. Agent. Chicago
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Traina depart. Train arrlva.
tMail ..2:X)i.m. I fMall 4:05 a.
Krpreea 8:45 p. m. I tKipreii 11:45.
St Loala Kx U;i6 p. m. I tSt Ionia Xx 8:15 p.
I. C. B. R (Southern Division"!
tMail 4:45a.mtN. O. Kx ll:10a.
tExprea 10:80 a.m. ItN.O.Kx... 11:10 a
ticcotn...... 8 45 p.m. I tN. O. Kx 4:10 1)
8T. L. I. M. B. R.
10:30 p.m. I tRxpref .1:80 p.
7:4" p.m. I TSt. L. Mall. ..6:80 a.
Kx 9:30 a. m j tat. L. Kx.6:00p.
W., 8T. L. P. B. R.
Mall 4 gx 4:00a.m. I 'Mall A Ix...9.80p.
'Accom 4:00 p.m. I Accom ....10:30 a.
Freight..M.7:45 a.m. Freight 8:45 p.
MOBILE OHIO R. B.
Mall .. 6:56 a.m. Mall S:10p
Dally except Sunday, t Dallv.
AND DKPARTTJRB OF
Arr at I Dep'r
r. u. i m
i. v. tt. u.(tnroagniock mall)., o a. m.
9 p. m.
t p. m
9 p. pt.
7 a. u.
" fway mall)... a aop.m
(oouiaern uiv. .....i:3up.
NUU J.UUUIIID J, . A....,
Wabash R. ............,
Texa fe St. Lonl R. R..
St. Lonlf A Cairo R. R...
..... o a. m.
4 p. m.
3 p. m.
1 p. m
Mia River arrive Wed.,
, Sat. Mon,
depart Wed , Fri. at Snn. '
PO. gen. dol. opnfrom. ....7:30am toT:S0 pni
v. uoa uni . fii;u irora o a. m. toy p. an,
Hnnday ges. del. open from.. ..8. m. to 10a. Bi.
Sondar box del, open from. ...8 a. m. to 10:30 am
r-NOTK.-Change will Aa publlahed from
time to time In city paper. Clange your card a -eordlngly.
WM. Jf. MURPHY. P. X
tfayor Ihnmai. W. Ilallii'ay.
Treasurer Cuarlb F. Nellu.
Clerk Denui. J, Foley.
OounaelorWm. B. Gilbert.
Marahal Jami 8. Rearden.
attorney William Hendrlcka.
Police Maglitrate A. Comlnga.
boabd or AiJIHMna
rit Ward-Wm.McHale, narrv Walker
Second Ward-C. R. Woodward, C. N. Hogat
Third Ward-John Wood, Egbert Smith.
Fourth Ward Charle O. Patler. Samuel Orr,
Fifth Ward Cba. Lancaster. Henry Stout.
Circuit Judge D.J. Baker.
Circuit Clerk-A. H. Irvln.
Connty Judge J. H. Roblnaon.
County Clerk S.J. Bnmm.
Connty Attorney Angn Leek.
County Treasurer Mile W. Parker,
Sheriff John Hodge.
Coroner R. Fltaeerald.
Connty CommlMionera T. W. Hallidiy, J. B'
Mulcahev and Peter Saqd. -
CAIRO BAPTIST. -Corner Tenth and Popla
atreete; preaching every Sunday momlngand
night at neual hour. Prayer meet ug Wednea
day night; Sunday ecbool, 9:S a.m
Rev.JNO. F. KDKN, Paator.
pIlURCU OF THB R8DKIMKK-Ipteopl
Kj Fourteenth etreeti Sunday 70 a m., Holy
Communion 10:30a. m., Morning Prayer 11 a. ni.
Sunday achool S p. m., Evening Prajara 7: Jo p. a
F. P. Davenport, 8. T. B. Rectoi.
niltST M188IONARI BAPTIST CHURCa.
V Preaching at 10:30 a. u.., 3 p. m., and 7:30 p. m.
-inltbath tcbool at 7:30 p. m Rev. T. J. Shore,
1DTUEK.4.N- Thirteenth itreet; eervtiAt ftab
v bath 1:30 a. m.; Sunday achool I p. m. Rev.
iiHppe, past Jr.
f EtnoDIST-Cor. Klgntr- and Waluut atraeta
.Vi Preaching Sabbath 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
nnday ticbo.,1 at 4:00 p. m. Iter. J. A. Scarrett,
PRESBYTBRIAN eighth (Ueet; prMcnlng oa
Sabbath at 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; prayer
meeting Wedneaday at 7:3') p.m.; Sunday School
tt 3 i. m. Rev B. Y. Oeorie, paator.
ST. JOHKPH 8 -t Roman Catholic) Corner Croat
md Walnut itreet; Maaa every Sunday at
and 19a.m.; Sunday achool at 1 p.m., and Veep
era at 3 p. m. M m every morning at 8 a, ni. Rat
C. Sweeney, paator.
ST. PATHICel'S-Roman Catholic) Corner Nlntk
'net and Washington avenue; Matt every
gundayandSand lu a. m.: Sunday tcnuo at t p.m.1
and Vcaper at 3 p. m. aia eve y mcrn'ng at I
p.m. Rev. J, Murphy, paatoi.
CHICAGO MEDICAL COLLEGE, -
(Corner Prairie Avenue and 29th St., Chicago),
Medical Department ot
Th Noithweatern TJnWraitr.
N. . DAVIS, M. I).,U.. D., Dean.
The Co leglate vear will begin Sept. S3, 1884, and
cloae March 84, IMS, The court of Inttruciloa I
graded, Student being divided Into drat, tecond
and third year claaae. Onalldcatloe for adml.
alon are either a Degree of A. B.. a eertil' ate of
reputable arademy, or a preliminary lamination.
The method of Inatruetion It conaplcoouely prar
tlcai.and tt applied In the Ward of the Mercy.
St. Luke'a and Mirhael Reeae Hoepltalr, daily at
the bedelde of the tick. Tbe Prat-titiorera' Court
will begin the day after the Annual Com me ce
ment and e nt're fuur weak. Fee, In advances
.Matriculation, 3."0: Leeturet,7S.OO; Demonetra
tor, f9.00. Hoapltafat Mrrey, l.0O; 8t. Luke'e.
5.M. Laboratory, 15.00; Breakage, iJ.OO. Fttal
Xxamlaatlen, $'.(, February lat. Prettltlrriry
Conre,t,0.00. For further Information, adr
WALT.S HAY, M. D LL. D., INeretaiy. ,
TlWwd) ttt BUt St., Cfelesit, III.