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THJS DAILY OAIKO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MOttNINO OCTOBKR 18, 1884.
Tlie Daily Bulletin.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNT?
KNTEHKD AT TUB CAIKO J'OBTOFVICB FOB
I HANBMIIHIOM Til KOCOII THE MAILS AT
6KCONU CLASH HATEH.
WIT AND HLMOi:.
Why docs a dog clmso hlg tail?"
Hks an idlo paragraplior. IJooauso It
floa from him, of uounc. Burlington
"So you think John U bocominj a
groat man in tho city?" mid a (armor,
speaking of hU absont son to a com
panion of the youth. "Groat man! I
should say so. Why, there ain't a bar
nopor in the city hardly that ho don't
call by bis first name.".
When Mrs. llomospun read in tho
paper that Slappandash had "failed for
1200,000" she said he was a lucky fol
low. Sho thought the innocent crea
ture that he got that much money by
failing? What ridiculous Ideas tho
women do have about business!
When Mrs. Pinapliore read that
"Foo Chow had fallon," she said that
this might bo good news to thoso who
liked the stuff, but she wouldn't buy
the mixture if it were to fall to three
cents a quart It is supposed tho good
woman was thinking of chow chow.
Said Jones: 'We'ro going' to rim
Bill kins for Judge this fall." Said
Smith: "lUifkins! What does ho know
about law?" "Nothing at all. He
never saw a law book. That's tho
reason we are going to run him. We
think that if he is ignorant of law wo
may get a little justice."
Dlunkin and his wife had boen in
dulging in a family discordance and
finally Mrs. B. exclaimed: "Well, 1'vo
got my opinion of any man that talks
as you do." "Oh, have you! Well,
you can keep it if you want to." "No,
1 can't, either. It's so awfully bad al
ready that it won't keep."
"What," asks a very tender writer,
"what can take tho place of babios?"
Sh! Bend your ear a little closer and
we U tell you. Uther babies, xou
didn't suppose this year's crop would
last forever, did you? Goodness, man,
it will be clear out of style in eighteen
months. Brooklyn Eayle.
The neatest fraud in Saratoga is said
to be a girl who is apt at making such
very dislngenious remarks as this:
"Deary me, Sophy, you have just the
samo perfume in your scent boitlo that
your brother Dolpli nuts on his mus
tache." And then sho wonders wide
eyed what they are laughing at
For the sake of truth men should be
more cawful how they talk. It was
but yesterday that wo heard a gentle
man say of a pretty girl who had just
passed: "She is a sweet girl," wlien
on investigation we found that he had
never even kissed her. Such talk is an
outrage on truth. KttUucky M(Uc Jour
nal. A negro fell from a four-story build
ing in Charleston on tho piazza shed
below, and, rolling oQ, foil on the
ground In the yard. Ho was insensi
ble for a short time, bnt quickly recov
ered, and, on being asked if ho was
soriously hurt, hoanswerod: "Oh, no."
Ho had fallen on his head, and no bones
It Is said that the sanitary condition
of Toulon is so bad that it catches all
the Infectious disoascs going. Up to
tho hour of going to press, however, it
had not caught tho baso-ball fever, and
the Kuropean papers, therefore, aro a
little previous in demanding that tho
town bo torn down and rebuilt Nor
Masked hugging parties aro popular
at church fairs in Missouri. By pay
ing 15 cents a man is allowed to hug a
girl, but ho is first blindfolded. It
makes a man awful mad to find, on re
moving tho bandago from bis eves,
that he has been hugging his own wife.
Fifteen cents gone fur nothing. Horn
About two hundred difloront guide
books to summer rosorts have boen re
ceived in this ollico. They aro very
Cretty, but lack soruothing. We have
eon trying to think what it was for a
month back, and it has just occurred
to us that tho only thing to mako them
a thing of beauty and joy forever is a
pass accompanying each. Brooklyn
First cotton planter "Well, Green,
I bear you dono knocked down a man
on the steamboat t'other day." Soo
ond plantor "Yes; ono of them cotton
cotton spectators came up aud askod
mo to give him an example of my cot
ton, f diffused, whereupon ho consult
ed mo; thon I pickod up ono of them
windlass chairs and knocked him pros
porous. "Harper's. Bazar.
A toacbor askod a bright littlo girl
tho other day what country was oppo
site to us on tho globo. "I don't know,
sir," was tho reply. "Well, now,"
pursuod tho teacher, "If I wero to boro
a hole through tho earth and you wero
to go In at this ond, whero would you
conio out?" "Out of tho hole, sir,"
said tho pupil in triumph. New York
"How wot tho poor dear boy's hair
is." exolalmod tho lovlnsr mother, as
tho placod nor hand tenderly upon her
child'a bond. - "Playing out in tho
hot sun makes tho perspiration start
from evory poro." And littlo William
Honry turnod aside as ho thought to
himself that he would go in swimming
again Just as often as ho could while
the hot weather lasted. Lowell Viti-
Scono at the Sun Joso train: Got.
Unman In soaL Enter ludv. Gentle
man rises, gives his aoat to lady, loavos
his valise unuor tno soat, goes into tno
smoking car. Next station. Young
lady looking out at window. Man
rustics along, looking ior ins vaiiso.
Younir ladv hands it out Noxt nta
tlon. Gentleman comes from smoking
oar. bonds down undor seat apolozly.es
to lady for troubling hor to rlso. Young
1UT KUHJ Up. HO VIlllBO. ABUiUUU.
San Francisco Chronicle.
Tho tallest bird known to othnolo
gists was found by Professor llorbort
in tho lower eocono deposits near
Paris, Franco. It was over twolvo foot
in holeht and could have bltton a man s
head off as easily at a woodpookor can
, nip onerry. wo cannot do too tbauic
ful that this bird has none out of fash-
Ion and exjstonce. Ladtoi would havo
wantod to wear it on thoir hats, and
mon who sat behind such bonnet orna
ments in tho theatres would bo unable
to soo whether a ballot or a prayer
meeting was in progress on tho stage.
Ono of our English cousins was re
cently placed at dinner by tho sido of
a charming woman who had boen re
quested by tho hostess to annuo tho
stranger. They woro getting on very
well, whon ho drew attention to a guest
opposlto by saying: "O, I say, do look
at that spotted man: did you ever see
such an ol joct?" And tho lady said
with much dignity, to stop his prattle
if possible: "Yes; that. Is my hus
band." And tho wretch said: "Oh,
how jolly, you know, because you can
tell mo is ho really spotted all over?"
The happy lot of tho street-car driver
is thus described by an ironical driver
in New York: Tho horses nave to walk,
you know, but tho driver just loans up
against the dashboard and rides. If
you're fond of ridin' it's a soft job.
Fourteen shillin' a day is a big sum of
money to pay out for seventeen hours'
work, but tho company Is rich and can
stand it It costs u driver very littlo
to live, becnuso ho doesn't havo tiruo to
eat anything. I used to keep most of
my money in tho bank, but so many
of 'em nru Lustin' up that I drawed it
all out, and now I've got it up to tho
house packed away in barrels.
She was a remarkably senslblo young
lady who mado tho request of her
friends that after her decease sho
should not bo burled by the sido of a
brook, whero babbling lovers would
wake her from her dreams; nor In any
grand cemetery, wiiero sight-seers,
conning over epitaphs, might distract
her, but bo laid away to tako her last
sleep under tho counter if somo mer
chant who did not advertise in tho
newspapers. There, sho said, was to
bo found peaco surpassing all under
standinga depth of quiet slumber, on
which neither tiie sound of tho buoyant
foot of youth nor the weary shiilllo of
old njro would ever intrude. J. ba iy
In tlm rwirci nf n. tmvitl tlm rirl who
has a morning call always comes trip
ping into tho parlor, dressed in a solt,
floeev frown of white, or a roso-colored
cashmere with a girdle of bright rib-
boas, or a neat nouse uress 01 some
shimmering gray fabric. She puts
away her soft brown hair from her un
troubled face, and her eyes havo the
rested brightness of immortal youth,
and much mora of the suniis sort ad in-
liniium. This is in a book. Now tako
the young lady of real life. She has
breakfasted and is amusing herself
with a book when a caller is announced.
If it is a young gentleman, aud Bho
does not extinct him. sho sends word
that sho will be "down immediately."
Then she tears a bandage from her
queenly brow, which looks as if it had
been cemented together, and picks out
tho bandoline bangs. Then hurried
toilet ablutions, a white Mother Hub
bard with a pink satin bow and should
er knot, takes the place of tho waist
and skirt which were "good enough
for home." The old slip-shod slippers
aro replaced by pink hose and opera
ties. 1'liuro ia a liHstv skirmish with
the powder puff, a christening dash of
cologne, aud with an emoroidered
mminhnlr in hor linnil llirt vnnnff Ifidv
... . .. . . . j - j
descends to tho parlor and finds her
younger uroincr on intimate terms wun
tho caller, who Is no other than lier es
cort of tho previous evoning when sho
was nrrayed in purple and lino lace.
He does not realize that sho is en mas
querade just now as much as she was
tuen; that ho is tho hero of a scene in
real lifu, and that if ho had met her in
the hall as sho appears in tho bosom of
linr f.iniilv he would nrobablv have
mistaken her for her own maid. Ho
couid scarcely, with this vision before
him, ho brought to understand that her
youn ladyhood U so completely a mat
ter oi personal adornment.
It would bo almost a safe thing to as
sort that out of iifteen voun? ladies of
leisure only five could bo seen at a
mornina: call without tho required wait
of half on hour. In many families
where tiie daughter is a social belle
there is as much preliminary hurrying
l . ? . . .. . . .... !.... ... ..
aim scurrying 10 jret iiur iuiu jiresuum-
b o shano for an unexpected call as if
it wero an emergency of tiro. And this
Is not duo to any poverty oi woanng
apparel. Tho young lady can havo
nnvthiiitr sho desires to wear has. in
deed, quantities of beautiful clothing
but what Is tno uso or making an eiaD
orate toilet if there isn't anybody to sco
it? In this caso father and mother,
sisters and brothers aro all nobodies.'
A waist of ono dross and a skirt of
nnnLher. both shabby and soiled, a di
lapidated liehu, hair en papillate, last
night s powder sun visioio in streaks,
and a general yaw-aw-yaw-aw yaw-aw
of woariness. What Is this a descrip
tion of a farmer's scarecrow? No! A
modern hello, who begins lifo at tho
wrong end of tho day.
A judicious mother who brought up
alone and unaided a family of daugh
ters, nil of whom fill honored places in
society, nover allowed her girls to ap
pear lit the broakfast table in n social
undress. They must bo fresh, cletm
and with a linish of collar and coitl'ure,
or back they went to their rooms.
Thcro was no running away when tho
door bell of that houso rung. The
vminif Initio worn nlwnva fth in lin arwtn
in their nleoly laundrlod rullled gitig-
. .. i i -I...-. . . ... , .i
nam ana oruaKitisi sets, aua more was
no appalling contrast botwoen their
ovonlug and morning toilet Each was
suited to thomsolvcs and tho occasion
ou which it was worn. In tho roso-
S;ardon of girls sho who blooms tho
ongoBt boglus tho day as a morning-glory-
"Thoro aro quite a number of? pecu
liarities contracted with cuffs. We havo
ono customer, a dork in the Third Na
tional Bank, who Is In tho habit of fig
uring on his cuffs. Somotimos ho uses
an auallno ponoil, and it takes a good
deal of work- to got tho marks out.
Thnn ho has a habit of always turning
his cuffs and marking up tho other
cuds, so that by tno uuio inoy roueii
the laundry they look mbro liko two
.iii'iw inWraniH than anvthlnor olso.
Quito a number of roportors havo tho
sumo habit, ana iiounn uio wi una
ii... inmiinir outlines ot a ministers tor
mon Upon a pair on Wednesday morn-ino-."
Laundress in Cincinnati hn-
1 gutrer. .. - ..... -
Wedding Blunder and Eccentric
Tho most common mistake of tho
brldo is to take off only ono of hor
gloves, whoreas both hands are brought
into requisition in tho sorvico. As for
the men, they commit all kinds of blun
ders and bunglings. I havo known a
man, at that very nervous and trying
moment, follow a clergyman within
the communion rails, and prcparo to
tako a .place opposlto him. I havo
known a man, when a minister stretch
ed out his hand to unito thoso of tho
couple, take it vigorously In his own
and glvo it a hearty shako.
Sometimes more serious difliuultics
occur. Somo ladies havo had an al
most unconquc'rablo roluctanco to uso
th word "obey;" ono or two, if thoir
own statements aro to bo accepted,
havo ingeniously constructed tho word
"noboy." Tho word, however, has
still to bo formally adtnittod into tho
language. Thoro was one girl, who
was being married by a very kindly
old clergyman, who absolutely refused
to utter the word "obey." Tho min
ister suggested that, if sho wero un
willing to utter tho word aloud, sho
should whisper it to him; but the young
lady refused to accept even this kind
of a compromise Further, howevor,
than this, tho clergyman refused to ac
commodate her; but when he was fore
ed to dismiss them all withoutproceod
ing any further, tho rocalcitrant young
person consented to "obey."
Tho difliculty, however, is not al
ways mado on the sido of tho ladies.
On ono occasion tho bridegroom wished
to deliver a little oration qualifying his
vow, and iu describing iu what senso
and to what extent ho was using tho
words of tho formula. Ho was, of
course, given to understand that noth
ing of this kind could bo permitted.
There was ono man who accompanied
the formula wjth sotto voico remarks,
which must havo been exceedingly dis
agreeable to tho officiating minister.
He interpolated remarks after the fash
ion of BurcheU's "Fudge!" "With
this ring I thee wed; that's supersti
tion." "With my body I theo wor
ship; that's idolatry." "With all my
worldly goods I theo endow; that's a
lie." It is a wonder that such a boing
was not conducted out of church by tho
This puts ono in mind of an anecdoto
that is told of a man, who( in his time,
was a member of the British Cabinet
There was a great discussion on the
question whether a man can marry on
threo hundred a year. "All I can say,"
said tho great man, "is that when 1
said, 'with all my worldly goods I theo
endow,' when all my debts wero paid,
I had 300 pence." "Yes, my love,"
said his wife; "but then you had your
splended intellect" "I didn't endow
you with that, ma'am," sharply re
torted the right honorablo husband.
Borrowed garments seldom Dt well, nor
do bogU3 remedies cure successfully. The
real cure for coughs and colds is Dr. Bull's
STAGES OF TBE RIVER.
River marked by the gauc;e at this
port, at 2:12 p. ru. yesterday, 18 feet 2
inches. Rise during previous twenty-
four hours, 0 frot 0 inches.
Chattanoogs, Oct. 17. River 0 feet 3
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Oct. 17. River 4 feet 9
inclie? aod falling.
Louisville, Oct. 17. River 3 feet 1
inches and rising.
Nashviile, Oct. 17. River 0 ft 0 inch
es and fulling.
Pittsburg, Oct. 17. River 0 foot 7 in-
ches and falling.
St Louis, Oct. 17. River 19 ft 8 ioch
The Gus Fowler hud a good trip yester
The Success with a tow 'of rock arrived
Tho Hudson from Pducah is due to
night for St. Louis.
The City of dire, of Csiro, is due up
to-night from Vicksburg for St. Louis.
Bill Phillipps and Jack Anderson have
charge of the Minnetonka's pilot house.
My Choico towed the Henry Lourey to
St. Louis yesterday, left hero at 3 p. m.
Tho Helena leaves St. Louis this evening
for Vicksburg and is due to-morrow night.
The Oakland and barges leaves St. Louis
this evening with a good tow for New Or
leans. The Big Helena leaves St. Louis for
lcw Orleans this evening with an Anchor
The H. R. Springer comes out from St.
Louis next week for New Orleans in the
The little towboat Minnie is receiving
some light repairs and Ichvcs here Monday
The Baton Rouge left here for Now Or
leans yesterday w!th.a full bad, her guards
wero dragging the water.
Tho Minnetonka with 14 barges arrived
here yesterday noon from tho lower Missis
sippi, left tor Grand Tower last night.
Dan Towle, ono of the leading Pitts
burgh and Now Orleans tnwbnat pilots,
left here on tho Baton Rouge yesterday to
look at the line.
The Jennie Campbpll has been chartered
to the St. Louis and Southeastern railroad
to do transfer service from Uendcrsou, Ky..
to Evansville, Ind,
Ions' Prawn Out.
The most remarkable cures of rheuma
tism, aches and pains, on record, ranging
from ten to twenty-five year?, are credited
to St. Jacots Oil) the great paln-conquerof,
by indisputable testimony. Price 60 eta.
LIST OK I.KTTEIIS HKSIAININO UNCALLED
KOU IN TUB IWTOKKICB AT CAtUO, IIX.,
SATURDAY, OCTOUEll 18, 1884.
Battens, 8lley Brown, Mattio
Brown, Sule Bryant, John
Cradick", Itobt Cover, Mellnda
Condor, Lizzie Conley, Geo S
Carter Duncan F Dolson Mary E
Davis, Mattio Davit, Bell
Guisher, Km ma Gardner, Ernest
Uamans, Manila Hall, Lucinda
Jackson, Mary Jordon, Parmealia
Jacksor, Lavio D Johnson, Hattie
NormaD, Ed Nasman, Maggie
Motley, Nancy McEwing, Laura
McAlpine, Lizzio McEutire, Delia
Parker, Eut'can Rowlett, Emma
Beaton, Debbie J Selay, Annie
Smith, Bridget Thomson, Lucinda
Thomas, Lucinda Teer, D IJ
Worren, Salley Woods, Katio E
Andirsor, 0 A Brers, Willie
Bertran, Stephen Bradburg, J
BoonTumis Boyd, G W
Brooke, Charles W Cold, Joe
Craig, llem ry Duncan, E
Ellis, Charles Puller, Jake (2)
Green, Wash (lord, A F
Hewitt, lli tiry Holliman, H P
Hampton, II M (5) Holmes, F 1)
Jones, William Jones, Ruben
Johnson Sanies P James, Gust
Jackson, Frank Keehne, William
Keeser, B II Lufkins, 0 A
Leach, John Lnnsand, C'Uarles
Meehau, Willium Murtin, Reuben
McCartney, Miidison McCloucy, Jno
Malkasky, Henry Meeks, Albert
Mulbtrn, A Rutsell, 0w
Rnndelugun, CVvin Scott, W D
Sitkman, Thedore Strain, T B
Stubblefield, L A Shane, Jno
Shellmauer, Jno Smith A B
Taylor, S S Thompson, L
Toko, James Lerige, W
Vaughn, Ed Virgin, J F
Wilkerson, Walker Wells, Jim
Walker, II Hardin, Bonnie
Supt Tel Cairo & T R R
Persons oiling for the'above letters will
please say advertised.
Wm.M. Mi'iu'iiY, Postmaster.
Cheap Iioracs in Arkansn au l Texas:
A hmt; the lice of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Rail way, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands ot
acres of tiie choicest farming and grazing
lands in the world, ranging in price from
$2.00 to $:300 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 Arkansas and Texas,
in 1882, and makeup your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that the crop
for 188:1 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchnsing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-lourth, one
half,- or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed for money paid for tickete or freight
over tho Companies lines.
II. C. TowsfEso. Gcn'l Tass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo
1 ff jgDlg,
For the Cure of Coughs, Colds,
nnnrnpw. lirnnrn ns.i .rn m. nt u
, - ii
n7.i. Asthma. Whrinninrr Cnnrdi. Tn
f - - f 1 o r 7
f . .. i r .u-
cipicui vujiau'iiimuii iuiu iui uic ic:
lici ot consumptive persons in advan
ced stages of the Disease. For Sale
by all Druggists. Price, 25 Cents.
CHE TKK 2-1(1 !oar opena September 10. A Mllll
tar'y Coll'Ko with UulvurnHy power. Dcpar'mcnt
111 Civil EritfliieiTiiiK, Chcm'vtry, ('irkmcs and Ku .
gllxh Circular of enpt. W. 1'. Halllday and N.ll.
I hlritlcwooil ciml of Ye-ir . W. Dnrciay, Cha.
GalllnhiT and K. II. Cunnlngd'nn, ol thia city, or
oKUL 111 HO. HYATT, I'ruelduut.
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To canvass for Madamo Grlnwold'
Patent Hktrt Supporting t'oraut and
KUIrt-mipportor, fn Cairo nd vicini
ty. Tliimo nru wllliom a rival. Bond
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Of C'ulro, lUlnola.
71 OHIO LEVKE.
A Oeucral Hanking iinsinctiS
Til OS, W. UALL1UAV
JjNTERPRISE SAVINQ BAN If.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
'tiiutaci'clal Avenue and Eighth Street
OA II IO. ILLS.
K. BKOSri, I'rvfldunt.
Y. N4KF. VtcetWnt
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BroM CV.ro I William Kioto. .C: iro
f'olcrNutr " William Wolt....
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K.A.Uudur " ill. well
J. Y. C'luniFon, C'aludonl.;
A 'iRSKIlAL HANKING DCSIMKH9 DONE.
Kxjhaneo fold and boncht. Intcrctt nall It
the Saving Departmnnt. Collections made nod
all hunlnens promptly attended to.
jjU. .T. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, ill.
VAFOB. ELKCTRO-VArOR and MEDICATKO
A ludy In attendance.
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OFFICE Eaut Side Commercial, below S St.
J)R. E. W. WUITLOCK,
vmrn No. 18tl Commercial Aveone, bitwen
Htjt'jand MLth streou
JJ 0. PARSONS, M. D.,
OCULIST AND AURIST.
OFFICK-Clty Drug Stora, Carbondala, III.
05 o M
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Grand Central Store.
j ALLIDAY BROTHERS
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I he Regular Cairo A Paducah Ualr
GUS . FOWLEIt;
HKNRY K. TAYLOR, MaatiT.
UUOUUJI JOUKs, Clerk.
toAvo P.tdacah for 0 tiro dally (Sniiday icopt.
d) at 8 a. m., and Mound City at 1 p. m, Return
og.leavei Cairo at 4 p.m.; Mound City at p. m
I JX1N0IS CENTRAL It. B
Shortest aud Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line Running
0 DAILY TRAINS
Making Dikxot Conneotiok
Arriving In St.Loul 8.U0 a.m.; CMcaKo,8:30p.o..
ConuHciiDK at udtri and bmnKnara for Cincin
nati. LoutrTille, indlanapoli and potutl Kaat.
12:5 p. m. Fast ftt. I.ouin and
Arriving In St. I.onls 6:15 p. m.,and ronuectlni
tor all poinu w eat.
3:4G p. m. I'ast Kxpress.
For St. Louli and Chicago, arriving at St. Lou I
lU'isp. ia.,audcuicaioTua. m.
3:45 p.m. Cincinnati Kxprreia.
Atrlvlnz at Cincinnati 7:00 a. ru. ; I.oulivllli i:Ui
a. m.; inmanapoii t:iit a. m. ritBcebgerk dt
thin train reacb the above point lli to 3U '
UOL'KS In advanco of any otuer route.
tffTha 3:45 a. m. exurea ha PULLMAN
SUKEHmQ CAR (rom Cairo to Cincinnati, with
out cbtingo, and through deeper to St. Loll
and Chicago. .
Fast Time Kast.
Pil CCiTl rrova b7 thi 11118 K tlirongh to Kaat.
AaS3CllL.CaS era Dotnl without Any delay
earned by Sunday Intervening. The Satnrday after
loon train horn Cairo arrive In new York Monday
norniug atlO:Sl, Tblrty-alz noun In advance oi
m other route,
lrFor thronah ticket and further Informalloq
ipply at Illlnolt Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
J. 11. jun KB, Ticket, Agent.
A. II. HANSON. Gun. Fan. Agent. Chicago
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Trains depart. Trains urr've.
tMail ....2:-.")a.re. i tMatl 4:1 S a.
Kinross s:4ft p. m. tMurets ll:4ri a.
$St Lou I a Ex i'ix p. m. i tSt Lonla Ex 2:15 p.
I. c. B. it (Southern JJiviamn)
, 4:4fia.mltN. O. Ex ,.ll:10'a.
.l(i: a.m. tN.O. Ex... 11:10 a
. a 45p.m. I tN.O. E 4:80 p
8T. L. a I. M. R. It.
. .10:30 p.m. I tExprcp S:0p.
tSt L. Mall..
7:4' p.m. rst.b. itiaii...H::iua.
...0:30 a. mtst. L. Ex....b:Wp.
W., ST. L. P; 11. K.
..4:(0a.m. I SI all & Ex...9.30p.
,.4:00 p.m. Accom 10::(0a.
?:45 a.m. Freight 0:15 p.
tSt. L. Kx...
Mall & Ex...
MOBILE OHIO R. H.
Mall 5:55 a.m. Mall 9:10 p
Dally except Sunday, t Dully.
AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
I. C. R. K. (through lock mall).. 6 a. m.
" " ,.ll:Ua.m
" (way mall). 3.80 p.m.
14 (SotitbcrnDIv 4:30p.m.
Iron Mountuln R. R 3:(Xp. ni,
Wahaah rt. R 6 a. m.
Texas & St. Loul R. R U noon
St, Lou I ft Cairo R. R 4 p. m.
Ohio River 3 p. m.
Mia Klver arrive Wed., Sat. ft Mon.
9 p. m.
9 p. m
9 p. m.
I a. ni.
3 p. m.
" depart Wed , Fri. ft Sun.
P 0. gen del. opi n from 7:30am to 7:30 pm
P.O. box del, open from 6 a.m. to 9 p. m.
Sunday gee. del. open Irom... ,8a. m, to 10 a.m.
Sunday box del. open from....tt a. m. to 10:30am
KTiNOTK.-Chani-a will ju publiahed from
time to tlm In city paper. Ctiange your card c
cordtngly. VM. M. MIJRPUY. P. M
Aim LIN COLIN
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLfNOJS,
Oi'ffauized December, 1883, Umler tLe
Law of 1883.
Successor to Widow and Orphan Mutual Aid So
ciety, organized July 4th, 1877, under
tho law of liiTtf,
JOHN n. ROBINSON President
WM. ST RATT N Vlce-Prtaldent
J. A. UOLuSTINK Treatircr
C. W. DUN NINO m Medical Adviser
THOMAS LEWIS Secretary
BOARD OP DIRECTORS for 1st YEAR.
Wm, Stratton, Stratton ft Bird, prows, Calm, 111.
J. A. (joldattno, ofUoldstlne .t Rosenwnter, whole
tale and retail drv goodjC. W. Dunning, M. D.;
Pro. ltd. Med. Kx., for Pensions; Albert Lowl.
commission 'merchant: J. II Robinson, county
Judge an" notary public; Wm. V. Pitcher, com.
broker and Insurance a will; R. II. llalrd, city
atreetinpervisor; M. Phillip, carpenter and build
er; Thoma Lewis, attorney and ecretr J K. V.
Piroi',attorney 4t-law, DuQuoln 111. ; K. C. Pac
cashier of Centennial Uaux, Ashley, 111.; Albert
Ilayilen, cashliT of Oeorge Connelly ft Co., Spring
fluid, III 1 U. M Munn, altornoy-at-law, lad Raa
dolh street. Chlrnt'ii; Hon. Robt. A. II atelier, at-toruev-at-law,
Charleston, Mo. ; II. Lelgnton
cashier First National Hank, Stuart. Iowa.
Stat or Tllimoii I Circuit Court of said
V ss County. In Cbau
County or Amkanuiu cerj.
Otis A. Oslairn, farollnn E. Oshorn, Adatlnfl Poor
(leorga A. Poor, Aluilra Poor and Evan Poor,
John Wolf. Henry Wolf, Mr Wolf wife of Honry
Wolf, Kanny Slirlver, JuReroon Shrlver,
Lnulaa Allnn. Anna Miirv Jurrutt.
aud Ellna Flahir,
Ttlll In Chancery for Partition.
Publli) 'Notice 1 biireiiy given tlniL In pursuance
of a ilecrrw niiulu and Pilfered by said court in tlm
above entitled rausx, on the ltth day of Sept., A. 1).
I, AluxandiT II. lrvln, Maakr In Chauceryot
the circuit court of said county, will, on
THE Wud DAY OF OCTOBER, 1HSI,
at the hour of 11 o'clock tn the forenoon, at tb
snutliwpsterly door of the court house, in th city of
Cairo, county of Alexander and state of IllUint. soil
at public auction, to the hltihest and best
bidder for cash, all and jugular,
the following described promise aud real ,'aU
In said diMres mvnllonml, sitnat la M f irst
aildltlontotbucltvof Cairo, In the county of A lex
ander and state of Illinois, or so much thereol a
hull be aumclent to satisfy mid diws, ",
LoU nuinliered tlirtie i) and four vO, iu block num
bered forty-eight (48). '
Dated IU, Sept.
marner in v uanuerj.
00. Jlshor, ComntainuU' bolldtor. ,