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THE DAILV 0A1U0 BULLETIN: TIIUBSDAY "MORNING OOTOBEK 16, 1884.
The Daily Bulletin,
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTV
LN'IKIlED AT Til CAIRO I'OKTOKFICK FOR
TiUHliMlSblON TUKOUOIITUB MAILS AT
SECOND CLASS RATES.
A Reeded Reform.
Looking over our city ami viewing tho
great nurulicr of substantial improvements
that hive been iiin.lo of late, and realizing
fully the hopeful signs of tho times for
Cairo, I am constrained to atk why she is
in some very important respects fir behind
other places in certain essentials. Possessed
of unusml public spirit and a constantly
growing Bt-nne of justice in mmy particu
lars, the iiiombcr of our community yet
fail to recognize certaiu principles that
bear on tho wclfafe of society at large.
To one of these I wish particularly to
call attention ;it is the universal practice
of keeping open the stores in the evening
and thus compelling the attendance of
clerks, and in most cases, of their employ
ers, until a late hou;. In many cities of
tho north and east this practice is becom
ing obsolete, and it should be abandoned
everywhere. After enduring the fatigue
of a long day's work, it is unnecessary and
wrong that the employe?, especially in our
dry goods st Tcs, boots and shots, and like
business sstablibhrnentfl, should be kept at
work during tho evening hours. With no
time for relaxation, attendance upon
amusements, opportunity to enjoy the
privileges of the library and reading room,
or the pleasures of evenings at home, it can
hardly be expected that the great number
of our young women and young men who
are engaged in honorable labor cm culti
vate either social amenries or intellectual
punuits. Their liveB at present are little
more than drudgery. Even Sunday is
trespassed upon in soruc cases, an i tlie se
vere and exhausting labor of Saturday
night compels tired nature to ue the Sun
day morning hour for recuperation in
sleep, which might be otherwise finplnyed.
The blame of this matter must not be
laid entirely at the door of the employer.
In nearly all cae4 the Coin merchant
would gladly close his diKiis at 7 o'clock
p. m., rcletisiog himself and his clerks from
unnectesiry labor. With the public lies
the fault, and from the public must come
the remedy. Let ladies do their shopping
during the day, remembering that the
young ladies behind the cashier's desk and
the young men behind the counter are kept
in their places to wait on those who t ike
the evening for a pleasant stroll and
thoughtless patronage, at the cost of their
youth and hope.
I understand a movement to overcame
this evil is about to be inaugurated. I be
speak for it the assistance ot our public
spirited newspapers, and the cheerlul com
mendation and hearty support of all
thoughtful people, who by care and wise
forethought can arrange to encourage and
bring about this reform. C.
Cairo, III., Oct. 14.
Rev. Mr. Hoyt.
It having been rumored that the reason
that the Iluv. E. A. Hoyt was not retained
in Lebanon for another year but transfer
red to Cairo, was because the citizens out
side of the church did not like him, a
number of them determined to remove any
such impression, and accordingly on last
Monday evening a party consisting of
Messrs. Webb, Baker, Nichols, Sager, Ber
ger, Widicus, Lupton, Moore and others,
called at the parsonago and presented Mr.
Hoyt with a magnificent gold headed
cane, on which was engraved the following
"To The Rev. E. A. Hoyt,"
In presenting the cane Mayor Webb de
livered tho following address:
Mr. Hoyt, in behalf of the "Sinners" of
Lebanon it becomes my pleasant duty to
present you with this cane, as a slight
token of the regard and esteem in which
wo hold you, as a consistent minister and
We desire to bear testimony to tho hard
tamest work that has characterized your
ctTorts in the past fwo years, and to brand
as false and malicious the statement that
the citizens ot Lebanon outsido of tho
church desired your removal.
. No minister has ever stood higher, or
been ruoro universally respected, none how
ever mailt) more earnest efforts in our be
half, and it is our own fault, not yours, that
wo still term ourselves tho "Sinners" of
Lebanon Wo know full well that wo are
not doing our own duty, and perhtps for
this reason appreciate the more highly, the
faithful manner in which you have perform!
ed yours. Sinners Imvo keen eyes and ate
quick to detect any shirKing or evasion on
tho part of those to whom they are taught
to look for exatnplo and guidanco, but
some of thorn at least have manhood to
give proper credit and honor to those
whose precept and example are consistent,
and whoso every day li'e is an honor to
themselves, and the master they lovo so
It may he that tho seed you have sown
has not all tallorf, on barren ground; and
that soma of it in years to come, through
the silent inlluenco you have brnugut upon
us, may yet bear its perfect truition.
While tho littlo group around you may
never again all moot you, and what tho
future holds for each of lie, is a silent
mystery, yetwe desire to say in parting
that -whatever may oomo to you, bo it
honors or careB. you may rest assurod that
you will always have tho sympathy of
many true warm-hearted friends among
those who have been termed tho "Sinners"
To say that Mr. Hoyt was surprised, is
to but feebly express t. His response was
marked with deep foiling, after which tho
gentlemen warmly shook hands with him
and, withdrew. Ni ver in his conference
ias such a scene or presentation occurred
and it marks a new depurture from the
oh) stereotyped cane presentation. J.
Work of the Y. M. C. A.
In obedience to the request of a largo
number of young men of our city who feel
the recti of a gymnasium and class for phy
sical culture, the Y. M. C. A. will endeavor
to supply something of the kind. To this
end they will at once begin a canvass for
one hundred new members, who will bo
asked to subscribe tho following pledge:
"I ln.reby agree to pay the sum of $
for membership in the Young Men's Chris
tian Association, with the understating
that this plodgo does not prova binding un
til a sufficient number are secured to insure
the. providing of a gymnasium; everyone so
pledging to have tho free use of tho gym
nasium for one yeir frtim the date of open
All that is needo 1 to make it an assured
fact by ot bef ire December 1, is tho coop
eration of the young men of the city. Mr.
Willoughby, the secretary, will receive
pledgea at the rooms of the Y. M. C. A.,
any evening during the week.
In addition to tho attraction of a gym
nasium, classes will be organized and con
ducted through the winter, free to all
members, in the following studies: vocal
music, ptnmanship and book keeping or
gremmar. Socials and receptions will be
given monthly to all members. Any young
man in the city can enjoy all these privil
eges for k'si than ten cents a week. Tho
reading room is kept open free to all who
may wish to come in and enj y it.
STAGES OP TUB III V SB.
Hi ver marked by the irauge at this
port, at 2:12 p. m. yesterday, 18 feet 2
inches. Rise during previous twenty
four hours. 0 foot 3 inches.
Chattanooga, Oct. 15.' Hiver 0 feet 3
inches and falling.
Cincinnati. Or;t. 15. Hiver 5 feet 0
inchee and fulling.
Louisville, Oct. 13. River 2 feet 7
inches and falling.
Nashviile, Oof. 13. Hirer 0 ft 4 inch
es and failing.
rittuhurg, Oct. 15. Hier 0 foot 11 in
ches and falling.
St Louis, Oct. 13. Hiver 20 ft 5 inch
es .ind rising.
The Hu Non is due to-night for Padu
The Patrj'e lert here for Vicksburg yes
The City of Haton R uge is due out from
St. Louis for New Orleans to-night.
Capt. H. A. Hart leaves St. Liu's for
New Orleans next week with his celebrated
Rail Road Springer.
The City of Virksuurg leaves St. L'tuis
this evening and w ill report here to morrow
night for Vicksburg.
The Qus Fowler wis full of passengers
yestirday i.nd will bring a full trip to-day
to hear the next Governor ot Iliiuois blow
Tho City of Cairo from St. Louis arriv
ed lure at 7 :30 p. tn. yesterd ly. She had a
giod trip aid di pirted for Vicksburg at 9
What's become of the 15,0l)() majority in
Ohio for the rads? If Carter HiirLoa
dou't walk Ogleysby'a log, it will bo a sur
prise to the natives.
Tho government steamer Humphrey
came around from her service ou the Mis
sissippi levee just bick of the city yostor
ay after a few supplies.
Ctpt. John Vandergriff, father of Capt.
J. M. Vandergriff, dud in Pittsburgh last
Suodiy iu liU 89th year. Ila was said to bo
the oldest stuambov.in tn liv'ug.
Jim Hafferty, one of tho leading towboat
pilots at Pittsburgh, left here via Illinois
Central yesterday, for home. Hj c iuiu up
on tho Silver I run New Orleans, looking
at tho river.
The little towboat Minnie did good ser
vice in assisting tho Annie P. Silver, as the
Silver was coining up on ono wheel aud
progressing slowly. Tho Minnie goes back
to Memphis to-day, and the Silver wont on
to St. Louis with about 75,000 tiet nf luui
bur ou board.
What Shall I Buy for a Present?
Send six cents for postage and receive the
Magnificently illustrated catalogue, (1,500
illustrations) of iho
MEHMOD & JACCAH1) JEWELRY CO.,
Fourth and Locust Sts., St. Louis, Mo.,
And learu how easily you can settle this
Their beautiful goods and low prices will
surprise you. .
When in St. Luis Cam, on Tukm. 8
A retm.'kablu f.iol Is that while stool
will moll iu hunt thill does not till'uot
platinum, if lead bu put iu the crnuiulo
with tho Inltm' motul both will mult nt
tho low intnporiiuire at whk'h lund liq
uefies. Fwo dny will tnult before plat
inum, mi I vet loud o:innot bo molted lu
ii p.ailiiiiin'i'fiKb'.o, for rn long its tho
loud molts tiio platinum with which It
comes iu ooiuuut molts also and tho
crucible is Uoslroy'o'J.
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Reader, wore you ever homesick P
When you first left tho parental roof
and went out into tho wido world to
how out a road to fortuuo and fumo,did
you not foul that viigtio senso of unrost
that made It scum impossible that you
could livo another hour uway from
home? Whuro ono has not had" this ex
perience a hundrod have. Well do I
romcmbor when, at fifteen yoars of ago,
I went out from father, mother, homo
find friends, and sought an education
nearly iivo hundred miles away. The
novelty ol my now surroundings In tho
city, having passed all my life on a
farm, sustained mo for a month or
nioro, and then 1 felt tho gnawing at
my heart ono evening, and for weeks
and months it camo and enmo again.
I was standing in tho fio it yard at my
boarding place, when suddenly a lump
uroio in my throat and almost choked
mo. I was looking in tho direction of
my old homo, and my gnzo wont ovor
tho houses along tho river, and over
tho tree tops on tho bluff beyond, and
wandered on into space, where I saw in
imagination the old fireside. Mother,
dotir old mother, was silting there at
her accustomed placo knitting away as
if her lifo depended upon 'turning tho
heel" of that stocking beforo sleeping.
Father was reAling thd villogo paper,
just as I had seen him do a hundrod
times. My brothers and sisters were
all thcro as usual, and tho cat dozed
and purred beforo the firo of crackling
branches, and tho back log of hissing
hot elm rolled from its place and scat
tered embers hero and thero, ns I 'had
seen it do over and over again. Tho
shouts of the children, tho terror of tho
cat, tho hurry of mother to brush tho
giowlng coals from tho old rag enroot
beforo they should add to tho number
of unsightly holes already burned in it,
tho activity of father in" checking tho'
progress of tho back-log with his boot,
tho overturning andirons, tho choking
smoke and nil tho accompanying ex
citement and effort to repair damages,,
were as I had seen them often; but 1
was not thoro to help, and an unfath-;
omablo longing to go and participate',
in tho dear old scenes camo upon mo.
What would I have given for tho
poor privilege of burning my fingers in
a futilo effort to set up the fallen fire
dogs? How I should havo leaped and
danced for joy even to havo cr-'ghed
from breathing tho smoke! It would
havo been only second to heaven to
have had mother bind up my blistered
lingers find littlo sister to put her chub
by hands upon them and hurt them in
her anxiety to find out whether I was
shamming. But no; this picturo is but
a mirage, and 1 must wait. One day a
letter came. It said another sister had
been born to mo. How strango I felt.
I had a sister I had never seen, and
when I talked about it at tho tablo, tho
other boarders laughed at mo and said
I was homesick. I cried each night
when I had gono to bed, and in tho
morning my pillow was wet with tears,
and at table my roommate told how I
had called for mother in my sleep, and
so I was laughing-stock again. The
lady of tho house was kind to mo, and
often when sho found mo weeping, had
stroked my hair so like my mother had
in years agone, I wept afresh. At last
a day camo when I was going home.
Tho hours seemed ages, and the min
utes to elapse beforo tho train would
como were hours of torture. At last,
good-byo was said to my now friends,
tho bell tapped, and I was on tho way.
Tho speed was far too slow, and I al
most felt that I could go faster if I
were on foot. When at last the brake
man began to call out tho names of sta
tions that I knew, my heart beat high
with every rising hope, and I was In an
ccstacy of joy. At last tho whistlo
sounded and tho brakemaa called tho
name of the station near my homo.
Tho train it seemed would uover stop.
Tho platform roachod, I sprang off.
What chnngo had como upon tho
world? Tho buildings I had thought
so high two years beforo, wcro vory
low; tho boys I knew wtro almost men;
tho girls were in long dresses; and my
little sweetheart was so tall and slen
der, shy nnd blushing, that I could
hardly speak to her. At home, it was
the same. Father nnd mother were
nioro gray, tho children larger, nnd I
called tho ono I had never seen by tho
name I'd callod tho next ono older
when I went nwny. Tho cat was sleepy
aud inactive, and the liro upon the
hearth not half so bright. Alas! a
change had como, nnd homo was never
homo ogaiu. F.E. UiuhVc, in Throuyh
An Anecdote nf Lincoln anil Davis.
Jndgo David Davis, who for eight
years rode tho samo judicial circuit in
Illinois with Abraham Lincoln, related
many capital anecdotes about him.
Ono was a sccno in court soon after
Davis was appointed judge, when Lin
coln had defended a fellow named
Lindsay, who had boon indiotod for
highway robbery. Lindsay had plead
ed guilty, In tho hopo that tho court
would givo him tho lightest seutonco
imposed by law. Tho crimo, however,
had no lenient features, and tho char
acter of its perpetrator was very bad.
At tho closo of tho term Lindsay was
nrralgnod for sontonco. Tho judge
alluded to tho youth of tho prisoner,
nnd dwolt upon tho enormity of his
crimo. Ho had robbed a helpless man
of his hard-enrnod wages, and commit
ted a crimo that tho law characterizes
ns akin to mttrdor. Gathering wrath
nnd indignation ns ho proceeded, tho
judgo closed his philippic with tho
words: "Lindsay, 1 sontonco you to
seven yenrs In tho Illinois legislature!"
Abraham Lincoln was a qulot ob
server. Ho nroso with a quaint gleam
of humor on his faco, and mild: "May
it pluaso your honor, as tho friend of tho
court, allow nio to suggest that tho
law does not permit cruel and unjust
punishment. Your honor has sunt this
man to tho legislating when ho ought
to go to tho penitentiary."
"Tho difforonco is 80 slight that tho
court has no hesitation in adopting tho
suggestion of its loiirncd and experi
enced ndvisor," tho judgo responded.
Thorcupon ho imposed tho full sen
tence of tho law, nnd ovoryhody laugh
ed oxenpt tho dufeiidnat and his coun
sol. Item Verity Voorc.
Tho smalh'Nt pnpor In tho Unltod
Slates Is published at Ulcmlivo nnd is
callod tho Mar, It is a two column
weekly, and Us columns are less than
an inch wido.
A Grout Drought.
Richard A. Proctor says that tho age
of the earth is pluood by some at l00,'
000,000 years, and still othors of later
timo; among them tho Duke of Argyll,
placo It at 10,000,000 years. None
placo it lower than 10,000,000, know
ing what processes havo " boon gon'
through. Tho earth must havo hoeoruo
old. Newton surmised, although ho
could givo no reason for it, that tho
earth would at ono timo become per
foctly dry. Slnco then it has been
found that Newton was correct As
tho earth keeps cooling it will become
porous, and groat cavities will bo form
ed in tho iutorior which will take in th
water. It is estimated that this pro
cess is now In progress so favthat tho
water diminishes at tho ralo of tho
thickness of a sheet of writing pnpor a
year. At this rato in 9,000,000 years
tho water will havo sunk a milo, and in
15,000,000 years every trace of water
will havo disappeared from tho faco ol
T H HI
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, Under the
Law of 1883.
Successor to Widows and Orphan Mntnal Aid So
ciety, organized July 4th, 1877, under
tho laws of 187.'.
JOHN' II. ItOIIINSON 1'rt.nMunt
W.M. ST KAT I' -N Vlce-1'rtnldenl
J. A. liOLuSTIN'K Trcusuror
C. W. DC.NNINU Medical Advtier
THOMAS LEWIS Secretarj
BOARD OF DIRECTORS ro 1st YEAR.
Wm. Strntton. Strntton A Bird, cro-.er, Cairn, 111.
J. A. Goklpiiiiu, otGoldstlno & Konenwatcr, whole
lale and retnil dry good;C. W. Donning, M. D.
Prel. lid. Med. Ex., for I'ennlonii! Albert Lcwin,
commigflloD merchant; J. 11. Kobineon, county
Judgo ami notary public; Wm. K. 1'licher, com.
broker and inturance uecnt; R. H. Itatrd, city
street topervieur; M. i'hillli, carpenter and build
er; Thoma Lewi', attorney aud nccretarr; E.V.
P-.ercu.attorney at-law, DuOuoln III. : K. C. Pac
caroler of Centennial Baux, Ashley. III.; Albert
iiayuen. cashh r ol ueorue Connolly .v Co., riprltiR
field. 1 1 ; li. M Mnun, attornert-law, ice ltaa
dolph rtreet, ClitcaL'o; Hou. Kobt. A. Hatcher, nt-
torncy-at-law, t harleelon, Mo.; U. Lelguton
cashier Kiriu National Hank, Stuart. Iowa.
A. n. SXI7U.
Grand Central Store.
CA 1EO. - lITu
flALLIDAY BROTH KKs
. DEALERS IN
FLOUR, ABA IK AND Xk
Egyptian Flouring Mil !
WiKbsr Cftfli PH HhM tor Wii-at.
Ill e Kcgnlar Cairo & Paducah Daily
SE& GUS fowler;
IIKNRY E. TAYLOR, Mantcr.
UKOKUU JOBKs, Clerk.
leavea Piducah for 0 tiro dally (Sunrtayi except
ed) at g a. in., aud Mound C'ltv at 1 p. ro. Return
DK.luavot Cairo at 4 p.m. s Mound t'ltvat&p in
A fivnrlu nmawtntlnn nf ana of tbf
tnnatnotMt Mid nuccouirul nimclalltta In thoU.tW
(now retln-di for tlm euro of JVorvowa J7bif if t
l.uwt Manhood, HVafcnrsa and f tfmi. Heul
lu plal u avulud eu vulopuYo. In UKgUU m Oil tW
Addrna DR. WARD & CO., UuiiilM, Ma.
A lJA U I Ol AlilLl 1 I
Tocnnvai for MniUiuo Orlwold'
I'atnnt Hklrt Hiipi'ort'hK Cornet nnd
Hklrt'Kiipiiortur. !n Cairn Mid vl-lnl-ty.
Theao uru without a rival. Svni
J. II I'UTNAM, Gon.Ant..
lUu Statu Street, Chlcaxo
WEAK, UNDEVELOPED i PARTS
ttV THK HUMAN IIUH? KM.AUHKI. IlKVIil"
pyi,l, H Itl.NtjTHKN Kit," I0ieu an Intnwmuiit
mtl hImhTuumTiIh t 1m f"n I rnry, Ibelnlvt'rliMTw an
VrryliiKlily llulMMMtl, ' inlt'irMMil p.'rvnn tniur
ali-tl lit1 ill w rw imiiifl l p;irt U'liUrw ly nil.ln-"itijt
( paTlionianiti nf rum nt H,rtaw IMiittlr, mm
kg If b k 1,1 "'' l'l'"l''l W'uknau, lixi mtnliiHiil.iH'f
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"niiiiwrt or u y inn.., ounH h N I R V I T A .
inniit Una IliM t will fan mn mm bimhuU m Ihuuj iu
pni f .iinrrrr trial iwiKHfti'
mi rriiii oi ii retm im
iiiltfi,'to. na. A.O.UUfj,
J Anakesis rW.indu
an InfalHhH mrt liir.l'llrn.
lYice fl, a dniinrww, or
M prepaid lxn..n.Mmpl?
I Ml. II, H. HANK, of III lMjmnrf
.1 . a Uatiiailtt Mflirti I
liyitHB-UriihlaMiraiitlaliiliiltftlnlfMlV Plir Ilt1ltll
mmm ii"ni, mww wwn -
kin)! nriil ihtffimm-iiiilrnii. -nil nut I ut-Mrnl nih(.lK'liltvil
il. Ik MANKi A. I.i a.U-t 1Q M., Ktw Itr k IKj.
WM. LUDWlfi & CO,
- M anufacturers and
Harness, Saddles, & Horse Equipments Generally.
ALSO CARRIES THE
Trunks, Valises, Sacliels, Traveling Bags, Shawl Straps,
anil Oil and
SOLE AGENTS FOJi
Repairing done on Short Notice in thnir
ci'B Lelore purchaging elsewhere. The largest
rjiHE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Banking: Business
THOS, W. HALUUAY
ENTERPRISE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
THOS. W. IIALL1DAY,
LEXANDElt COUNTY .
I'ojniuercial Avenue and Eighth Street
CAIRO. ILLS. .
K. BHOS8, Prident. I P. NKr Vice l'res'iit
U. WLL,S, Cashier. T. J. Kerth. Asa't cai-b
. Bros.... Cairo I William Klna. .CMro
roterNuff . " I William Wolf....
C. M . OBtcrloh IC. O. Vatler "
K.A.Badcr " I II. Well
J. Y. Clvro'on. Caledonia. J
A GENERAL BANKING BCSINEHS DONE.
Kxcbantrs fold and bought. Inturaet paid it
the Saving Department. Cuilociioiia inude and
ail business promptly attended to.
yit. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, ill.
VAl'OR, KLKCTRO VAPOII and MEDICATED
A lady In attendance.
JJI M. IIAKKELL, M. I).
OFFICE East Side Commercial, below 8th St.
JjK. K. W. WHITLOCK,
urni'i-No, ISlt Coioniiirclal Avenau, hntwRta
KKl't'j and Ninth Htraota
O. PARSONS, M. D.,
OCULIST AND AURIST.
OFnCE-Clty DniR Store, Carbondalo, III.
aj w W
O w 3
V, Dr. KEAN.
UblliU.il Imui, liaiill irMilm til rrt
Kiniiiu, I'liivulo ami KmUI dlt-nm,RtwvmlArw-
Ini'.tiMt'llirl. Kuni.l. dl.H..t, K Coa
Hlutloa ii.wMll, or by l.ll.r tn
Dp. H.mi U lit only phyilrl.a lu iht
fllv tli.l tt.rr.nl. rtrr. nr n. n.v. Isi
Dealers in All Kinds of
LARGEST VARIETY OF
THE NOVELTY TRUNK.
Lino of Business Examine goods and pri-
stock in tho city at 122 Commercial Ave.
"Wm. Xaiclwier & Co.
LLiNOIS CENTRAL R. R
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line Kunnms
Making Dieeot Connection
Tbain Lcatv Caiho:
HMO am.. Mttll,
ArrlviuRtn St. Loula 8:00a.m.; Chlca8O,8:30p.a..
ContiBcilne at Oilln and Kfnnnham for Clnclu
natl, Louuvillo, Indianapolia and poluti Eaat.
L2:5 p. m. Fast Bt. Louia and
Arrlvlniln St. Lonta 6:45 p. in., and ronncctlna
for all points Wen.
3:-45 p. m. Fust Kxpreii.
For St. Loula and Chicago, arriving at St. Loula
10'15p. m., and Chicago ":i0 a.m.
3:45 p.m. Cincinnati Express.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a. m.j LoulivllU 4:55
a. m. ; Indianapolia 4:0& a. m. Paaieiigurk br
thin train teach the above point lli to 3C
UOUliS In advance of any other route.
ttr"Tlio 3:45 a. m. ciprusj baa PULLMAN
SOKEI'InU CAH from Cairo to Cincinnati, with
out changea, and tljroiih aluepera to St. Loilf
Fast Time 3aat.
Psi aatn rora hT thl" ,,ne n through to Eau
X aoscilClS ern point without any delay
cauaed by Hundav IntervenlnK- The Saturday after
aoon train fioiu Cairo arrive In new York Monday
nornhiK at 10:35. Tblrty-alx hour in advanced
dt other route,
ISfFor throuKh ticket and further Information
apply at Illinois Central Kail road Depot, Cairo.
J. U. JONKS, Ticket Agent.
A. H. HANSON, Gen. Pan. Aaent. Cblcazo
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTHAL R. R.
Train depart. Train arrive.
fMail ...!:au.ni, j tMull...... ....4:0R a. to.
Rxprena 1:4.1 p. ra. I tExpreea 11:45 a. m.
Ht Loula Ex li;a p. m. I tSt Louis Ex 2:15 p. m.
i. c. b. k (soutiiurn uivmion;
..4:4a.raltN. O. Ex ..ll:toa. m.
... .!::) a.m. tN.u. Kx..,
...8:45 p.m. ItN.O. Ex...
ST. L. A I. M. It. R.
,..10::W p.m. I tRxproe
.. 7:4" p.m. tSt.L. Jlall.
..6:00 p. m.
tSt. L. Ex 9:30 a. m tht. L. Ex..
W., 6T. L. P. R. R.
Mall 4x....4:00a.m.Mall & Ex.
'Accorn 4:lX) p.m. I Accotn
Freight .7:45 a.m. Frelnht 6:45 p.m.
MOBILE OHIO R. R.
Vail ....mm 5:55 a.m. I Mail 8:10 p. m
Dally except Sunday, t Dullr.
DEPAUTCBE OF MAILS.
Arr at I Dop'r
P. O. I rm PC
I. C. It. ft (l Iron unlock mall).. 6 a. m. I
' " ..11:O0a.m 8p. m.
" (war mall) a.aop.m. 1 9 p. m.
" (Southern Dlv 4:30p.m. 9p.m.
Iron Mountain H. H 3.0up.m. Dp. m
Wabash ft. K 6 a.m. 8 p.m.
Texas A Ht. Louis It. K U noon 7 a. m.
St. Louis & Cairo U. K 4 p. m. II a.m.
Ohio Hiver 3 p. m. 3 p. m-
Mise Hiver arrives Wed., Sat. Mon.
" depart Wed , Frl. A Sun.
P O. ecu dol. opi o from 7:80am to7:30 pm
P.O. box del. open from 6a.m. toBp. m.
Sundays Kon. ilul. open lnim....8a. m. to 10a. m.
Sunilav liox del. open from. .. ,6a. m. to 10:80am
tWNOTU.-ChatiK will published from
time to 1 1 iu n tn city papers, (f ante your card ao
cordliiKly. WM. M. A1UKPI1V, P. M
Stati or Illinois
Irrnlt Court of tald
ouuty. Ia Chan.
COI'NTT OP Al.:' ANDlfl
Otis A. Onlinrn
n, Carolina E.Tlshorn, Adaline Poor,
Poor, Alinlra Poor and Kvau Poor,
John Wolf. ITonry Wolf, Mr Wolf wlfo of Bonry
Wolf, Fanny Nbrlver, Jt'fferson H driver,
Louisa Allon, Anna Mary Jarrott,
and Eliza Fisher,
BUI In Chancery for Partition.
Ttilillc NiitU-o la hcroby Rlvon that, tn pnrsnanr
of a docrow made and entered hv sain court in the
abovo eutltloil catiso, on the ISth day of Sept., A. 1).
1HM, I, Alexander II. Irvln, Master in Chancery ti(
the circuit court ot eiikl county, will, ou
THE SWml DAY OF OCTOBER, 1KU,
at the hour of 11 o'clock in the forenoon, at th
southwesterly door of the court house, In the city of
Cairo, comity of Alexander ami state of Illinois, sell
at public auction, to tho , hlxheet and beel
bidder for cash. all and nipilar,
the following descrilx J premle and rel ejjatn
in said dwree nientloncil, sltuato In the Fjri
addition t the city of Cairo, in the county of Alex
ander and state of Illinois, or fo mu:h thereof M
Blmll be sullldent to satisfy said decree, "-wit: -
Lots niimlwrml three 1) and touttf), in block nnm
Dated Cairo, Sept. . nlVlNr " '
Mwir in Cbiaowrj, ,
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