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rpBK CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, IlltnoU.
71 OIIIO LEVEE,
A Geueral Banking BuHinesa
THOS, W. II,V.I,I,1I VV
JNTERFIMSE HAVING BANK
BXCLCSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
TJIOS. "W. IIALL1DAY,
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mm to miiin"
Commercial Avenue and ElrfUth Street
OA I UO, ILLS.
K. BKOSS, Prtaldont. I f. JiRFt, Vice 'rtn'n
II. WKLlS, Caahlur. I T. J. Korth, Aaa't caab
. Broaa .... Cairo I William Kliite. ,C:.lrc
Peter Neff ... " William Woi?.... "
('. M Oaterloh ' C. U. 1'nller ....... '
K. A. Under " 11. Wulla '
J. T. Clemrnn, Caledonia.
A (JEjtSRAL BANKING BUSINBsS DONE.
Uxol.ango to'.i nd bonirht. lotereft paid li
teHavtnga Drpartmuot. Collection! mad and
11 buaineas promptly attended to.
JJR. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, ill.
VAPOB, KLBCTRO-VAPOR xd MKOICATK"
A .till in attendance.
M. IJARRELL, M. D.
OFFICE It aat Side Comtuerclal. below Itb St.
Cairo. Ill not a.
t)K E W. WHITLOCE.,
O and NM.t' 4lr..u
0. PAR-JONS, M. D.,
OCULIST AND AURIST.
OFKICS-Citjr Dtu Snr... Carhondale, IU.
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December. 1883, Under the
Law of 1U83.
(jocccioor to Widows and Orphan Mntoai Aid 8n
clutr, o gatilsed July 4ih, 1877, uwV
tbo law. of im.
J. 'US II. H011IN8UN m I'.uitiitui.t
WM. flTKATi' N.. Vlou I'rlfidunt
J, A. U0Li8TINK
0. W, DUNNINU..,. Modioli Advl'i'l
THOMAS LEWIS , Boorutur
BOARD OP DIRECTORS ron 1st YEAR.
Wm. Htralton.Strrtton A Bird, "roasts, iVm, III.
J. A. Ctoldntlne, otUoWlKtlna A Ttoaenwatt'r, whole
lale and rotml dry guod0. W, OuiiniK. M. I.
PrM. Ud. Med Kx., lur JVnalonst Aihurt t.uwla,
Coramlaelon merchant! J. II KotiliifMi, nmiill
lodge an notary public t Wm. V. I'llchnr, com.
broker and liuttrutice airunu K. II linlxl, city
street stipnrvtanri M. Pb till a. rftrn titer and nulla
eri Thoinaa l.nwh, attornor Hiid imrutarv 1 V,
P:ercn,attirney-tt-law, IJu(iioln 111 ;K. U. Pace
eaahtur of '(ut.ennlal Uhu , Aablov.Ill ( Ai'uirt
Harden, cashier urOoorgo Connelly A Co., "prlnn
fleld. I I B, M iunn, attorney-at-law, le Kan
dolptaatreot. Cbkauot Hon, Itobt.A. Hatcnor, at
lornev-at law, (Jbarltiaton, Mo. U. I.elgutoa
cashier first Rational Bank, tttiart, low.
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THK DAILY ;
For the Cure of Coughs. Coldsi
Hoarseness, Lronchitis.Croup, Influ-I
enza, Asthma, w hooping Cough, In-i
cipicnt Consumption ami for the re
lief ofcof . jinptive persons in advan
ced stapes of the Di;ase. Tor SaleE
by all Druggists Price, 5 Cents.l
MtW Al brtl'l.thfecM
DO YOU KNOW
Wltn Ued Tin U th benf la tha pnru t; 1a
III YHf Kflfl I tPA r A-l uirh cr'n'ft.u karvl... tn.. mmm
or any di-Merlone lircilleLH, a latbucaae with
many o'ber tubaccoa.
LORlLLARD'S ROSE LEAF FINE CUT
laal.o made ofth- (lneat Hock, and for aromatic
cbevingqtialili la aecond to none.
LORILLAKDS NAVY CLIPPINGS
take first rank ai a aoMd durable xuioklng tobacco
LORlLLARD'S r'AMOUS SNUFFS
nave been need for over 12 1 reara, and are aold to a
largur .xieittnan any olbera
who are tired of CVIro that fade In ennihloe or
wa niiig win oaa toe
PURPLES, "GRAYS," AND
p-rfertl. fa.t and e lah'e II yon want at- bone t
fiim.ir tuvm jiiu. id jcrt'Ei variety.
1 bftv ft puiitlve roiifld; Ir ttiUoT(llMii; bj li
tnuD i of Caai-t ol t u orii bind ftiid of I on j
uodintt Itatvit tni-u't(l. I.lf'i, o'i'tiif l mvfr5
Iti itftirLrac.lii.t I I fii'l TWO H'tTIl.H f HKK,
t"tthtr V l.X'A HI.K TKEATISK on t'l.i d.Mit
Ut ttlaJT tUtfTT It Vtlt't arnl I O t rid' t.
It. T. A. D LuC I'M, HI Ferla;., w Tort
The Science of Life. Only Si
BY MAIL POST-PAID.
r xtmui'ttd V Inrtv NrrYuuc Ld rnv.irm l)
hllitv P'unihlniv "I)h:iiih iu Man, fcrror- ol
Vou'h. aiid untold su.rrteii r'-.ultilii' Irom Hid
cr;t on or t!ire-c. A N.ok lor ver man. roiiLij.
tuiinlififcd r'l old. It con iti Iji prnnptloiir
fr all acute and ( Urt tnc dutvdu., . cli tma .i
Wuirh . iiiia uible. o ( nil y tl.e utli'-r,
whoae rzpcrtvticr for U yearia ciicli n prolall
a-- t iii io'o fcl' to the lot of any phvlclan ou
pa.", 1'i.ucrt 11 tieniitilui Fr nch mumm, i-mno
.ea rovrra. t il f.il, ciiaraMu d to hr a fliM-r w r.
in ev ry aeni inwriauicii, I tt-mry nd pro-
aior.Hl t(.an net other wo k nld tntni cor.nir
forJJ M oi tnentiiiuy il du refunded in ev rv
lnirr' Pil.'u oily tl.Un hv "n H, port; 1 Hid.
Ilitm'Kttvi Kain le fi reiiif. -end now lioln
medui aw trd' d Ibe anthor ht tnv Nino n! M'-ilh a1
A'Ciatiou. to the flkt r- 1 1 whirh lie f fi'f
The S I' 1 re 01 LIT l,ou:d f read by the OL')g
f t lu.tru ton, ai d li) thi- ifllirted lor lelluf. It
will benefit al . London I.arret.
Tbere 1 no memher nl roctetv to wnom the Sci
ence of Life win not bo ufclul, wbcther youth,
pnnri traardiau, Instructor or Icrg man Argo
naut. Addrc. tho Peabody Medical luftitute, or 1
W. 11 I'arkur, No. 1 Rulflnc Stfct. B latno
M"..wbo may be conaulicd on all die aoa re
'ul-Inn skill and ripenetiru Ch out km ohi-n
nate ril.ea ea 'bat hyn haflled 1 1 I,'' I the
aklliot ail o her jhyrlclun-a II I j i lj oe
claity. Such treated auc- rP 1 1 Vi IT 1 U
ce.-fullir without an Innt 1 11 I OIjIF
anceol fa lure Mention thlf paper.
617 St Charles St. il, .OJIS, M0
A rafrulnr Orndiieu 0. vwo medical
Millege.. Iia. be.n loiifPi l lli.edin Uid trea'.
oirnl nf 'hrotiio, Nvrvo KUin and
lllonit Dlaeae than any ot'ier phvHlclan In
PU l.oul, a. cliy paper, .how .noalfvld resi
dent, know. C'oii.ultallon 1t1ir.ee ot by o.all,
free and lnitd. A frleioil.' L.lkoi in opinion
eo.ta nnchlnif. When It la l'icoi.yiulent toySilt
the city for treatment, nieiltclnrs ;au jt aent
pymallor epre. evervwbeie. Curable caci
f iarauteed : where doulit exUttu.t. 1 frankly
Hated. Call or Write.
t fhrronn Proatratlon, PeMilty, aleiitai and
fhyaloal Wenkneu, Bertmlal ana othee
SilectlOitaof Throat, Sklnaa4 Boneij fclood
tmpnrltle.i and Blond Polannlag, Skla iflec
tlont, Old Kwt and Clcer, Impeolmeata t
Marrlaf Bh'nmatlam, Pllei. Hpatlal at
tentloa te tanca from orer-worked tvatn.
Bl'noiCAI.CASIW recelte apeclal atten'tlon".
Dlaeaaei arlalng fmm Imprndeneet JCxceiteaj
Indulgences or Eipuiures,
It li elf.ydnt that a plivilclan "ylng
particular attention to . cla f cavk attain,
great .kill, and plivajrlntia In regular 'kctlce
all oyer the country knowing thl, fr.Mi 'enlly
recommend rane to the oldent oltlce lr A inert
(a where every known appliance la ,orU-
to, and the proved uooa remll -,f aU
age. and cnuntrle. are uted, A whole ll'nae II
u.eil for oltlce purno.ca, and all are treatrV. with
kill In a rc.peftrnl nmnneri and, know .tig
what to do, no experiment, are made. I n ,.c
enuiit of the great number aiplvlnf, tha
charge are kept low, often lower than ll (fiv
manned by ot'ier. If you .ecure the kl I : nd
reta.peedy and perteel lire cure, that a .he
inpnrtant metier. FauipblcU IW pagea. 8:nt
to any atdrvi free.
pLs. : MARRIAGE GUIDE. itJs
Klegantclotli and gilt binding. iealcdrni 60
centnln poatngenr currency, t'ver lll'ty w.in.
derful n' u plclirea, true to life, nrllclea mi the
following .uhjcctai Who may marry t wbon if
whyy Proper age to uiarrv, W'hoinurry tlr
Miinliood, VoUianlinocl. Pliyairal deeuy. V .0
ahoiild inurrv. How life ami happlne. mnv m
lncreaaeii. rnne niarricq or eiinieminui'.'i,
Emu lying ahouM read It. ItoiiKlil to ne rea l
iy all adult pcnoiia, then kept under lock ail
cy, I'opuliireilltlon.aaiiieaaahovi', but iiayvr
(over ami .w page., 7 ceui. uy man, t, miuuuv
fihlitinod. and all I'uiont Ilii-inoaa attended to fill
for inori"MH' feea,
Our olllo la oopoal'O Hie V. K, l'atolil OHVc, aud
wo can o'ltnin I'.iieni. m 1cm time ibuu tboeu ro
moto f i m Wa-iilngion
Herd m ill ofdnwliii;, We ndvie ua tn pa
tcMfbllny free of finirce; and e runku nuctinig
Utilnta pi, cut la ace ni l.
tt'Miifur lice, to the Poitiiiftr, tlio Htipt. rf
Onur rili'r Div,, unit lo I lie elllclnla if tie U. 8,
Pat ft Oftleo Korclrcnia , advice, term, and rof.
fin nee. io nc tint client In your wu Honour
County, vi rlio to
C. A 8NOW CO., :
OppeslU Patnot OOlce, Waehlugton, 1), 0.
0A1R0 BULLETIN; FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 12, 1884.
Sfkakeu Caklislb will Bpeak in Dilti
mora on Monday eveuing next.
Memi'uis is to have a new paper, the
publishers beintf 0. P. Dard and Walter
Tuk Snt;amnn County board of agricul
ture lian made an assinmi'ot fur the bene
flt of its creditors.
Tnitfiro los-cs in the United States and
CttuuJn lur the pint eleven uontlis- hus
aunreu'ed f 100,000,000.
Tub democrats at tho national cepitol
are booming Congressman Springtr, of this
s'atc, for a'cabinet position.
Tub question of etablishing the whip
ping post hs a punishment for minor 1 fLns
h will enter into the lutfifUtive con'utt in
Kentucky th" enstiiriK jear.
Ni'iiiH0D9 barns having been burmtd by
incemJiaries in Woodford county, K., re
cently, it is reported that tho insurance
companies have canceled their policies on
such buildings. There is a demand for
rope in that section.
The Hon. R .bert C. Winthrr p, of Massa
chusetts, who made the address at the lay
ing of the corner stone of the Washington
monument in 1843, is to speak on the 22d
of February, 1885, at the celebration of the
Completion ot the same.
Tub president has appoin'ed three news
paper men to examine 200 miles, just com
pleter), of the Southern Pacific railroad.
They are Mews. 0.- O. Stealey, W. W.
Burhansand W.G.Nicholas. The Louis
ville Times says: "Mr. Stealey formerly
wound up a railroad company's business in
Indi na on the rear platform of a passen
ger train; Mr. Burning began life as a ran
dy butcher on the Illinois Central, and Mr.
Nicholas was a station agent just prior to
becoming a journalist."
About one hundred gentlemen, repre
senting German American citizens of the
states of New York and Pennsylvania, will
reach Washington during the holidays, en
toute for the world's lair at New Orleans,
it which point they will branch out in par
ties to t-xplnre and report to their people
bat a'lvHntaues the southern states offer
for the investment of capital. The party
will represent millions of dollar?, and if
they find the southern section available they
intend to colonize in various sections.
(jKXERAL LD0AL rTEMS
Look ( Ml for the cold wave.
There was a constant fall of rain yes
terday. The term "bachlette'' lias been substi
tuted for "i.ld maid."
.Mayor flulliday has returned from his
trip lo Murphysboro.
Delia fire company wilf give a select
lUuce Chribtmiis tve.
C. F. Steinkamp, a prominent jeweler
of Cincinnati, is at The llalliday.
Best brand maple syrup and self rising
buckwheat at W. B. Pettis', tlm grocer. 2t
Capt. Lambdio has returned from his
trip up the river and reports having bad an
Kiugan's best ham, breakfast bacon,
pigs' leet and pure lard at Walter B. Pet
ti the grocer. 2t
The passenger trains are crowded with
travelers these days, the Central doing an
A temperance reunion will bit held at
Ideal Leaguo hall to-night, to which the
public are cordially invited.
Wasted -20 pounds Varge e'ean cot
ton rags at Tun Bulletin office; 5 cents
P'T P"Utid will be paid for selected stock. 2
A hiiip tear party by the young ladies
if Cairo will probably bu held in Idesl
L-ague hall next Thursday night.
The raBgic lantern entertainment given
last night by the boys' branch of the Y. M.
0. A. was greatly enjoyed by those .resent.
New French prunes, easfern evapor
ate! apples and peaches, also new figs,
dates a d Louisinna oranges. Walter B.
Pettis, the grocer. 2t
A few more days and the present leap
year will be cumbered with the pist.
There should be considerable activity
among tho fuir Sex.
The chief of police is determined to
suppress tho hoodlum element in Cairo and
is m tking earnest efforts looking to that
Leave orders for turkeys, cranberries,
celery, oysters, mince meat and oranges for
the Holidays with W.lter B. Pettis, tho
A little ion of W. B. Pettis, whilo slid-
ingdown the balustrade at the family resi
dence, fell off and bruised himself badly,
his fane being cut in several p aces.
While coupling cars at DuQuoin, yes
terday, Ous Bemis had three fingers of his
right hand mashed, all of which will prob
ably havo to be amputated.
Parties io want of cannod California
fruits, corn and tortmtoes can bo accommo
dated with best goods and lowest prices at
Walter B. Pettis', tho grocer. 2t
-Game of the season partridge", euchre,
quail, draw-poker, prairie-hen, stud-poktir,
vensitm, fevon-iip, wild pigenn, dominoes
and wild duck, whist, wild turkey and crib
Col. John S. Lord,' secretary of the
state board of tabor statistics, has consented
to prepare a paper on the manufacture of
tile in Illinois for the seventh annual meet
ing of tho Illinois tile-makers association,
which will be held in Springfield on Tues
day and Wednesday, Jau. 20 and 81, 1885.
Gov. John M. Palmer has received his
credentials to the national convention of
swine breeders and pork dealers to bo held
at Washington, D. C, on January 14, 1885.
J Tho governor will represont the Illinois
swine breeJers' association in the conven
tion. Dad Leavltf, the well-known engineer
on Ibe Central, fell from the tender of his
engine, when near DeSota, receiving severe
bruises as well as being stunned. Tho
train was stopped and ho was taken aboard,
Conductor Whalen handling the throttle
until tho train reached this city.
A novel tnodo of ageing whisky and
other liquors is to place a Maxim or Edison
light Hindu ()f the barrel. Exp sure of the
liqum In the electric light lr a hundred
hours, it is said, changes the flavor and
converts a new liquor into one that resem
bles a ten-year old brand. ( Is this plan
workud by any of our dealers in the ar
dent? Cairo Argus, stand up: You say The
Bulletin nominated John H. Oberly for
public prioter and advocated his appoint
ment to that office. Will you please state
to the jury the date of tho paper in which
such nomination was made, and whether or
not you know the difference between The
Caiko BuLLBnx and the Bloomington
High etiquette says that ladies who
are still single and have reached 25 have
their own cards, but previous to this inde
pendent slate their names are written on
the calling cards of their mother. Although
this rule is well known in the best society,
it is a remarkable fact that orders for in
dividual cards are as scarce as blue birds
The following is a copy of notices ver
batim et literatum which were being dis
tributed around town yesterday:
"notis is here By giving that their will
Be turkey turkey Shuting giving Satuday
morning mornioL' over the leavey 25 senjl
Per Snot oistents 95 yards over the leavey
By the oil factory also men who is mark
men must not fail comirg you must drw
y-'U mu-t draw Blood and the game is
The entertainn.ent to have taken place
last night at Chas. Galigher's residence, in
deference to the clerk of the weather, was
indefinitely postponed. In this connection,
we tike the opportunity to remark the
weather furnished was !ea&t!y that Mii-s
Mollie Weld), not Miss Mo'.lie Riley, was
the duly elected queen, and that both tne
ladies named would have all the requisites
It is altogether probable that the two
young ICeotuckians who were fined $23
and costs by Judgo Comings a few days
since for carrying concealed weapons, will
be ieii used from confinement to-day. Their
faiher is a wealthy farmer of good stand
ing, and as the boys feel qu'te peni'ent sod
wish to go home, the authorities deem it
the proper thing to let them depart.
Wednesday night, at the residence of
the bride's paients on Locust s'reet, Robert
B. Puckett and Mips Ella M. Butty were
united in the holy bonds of matrimony, tha
ceremony being performed by Rev. A. J.
Ileso, of Charleston, Mo. Mt. Puckett is a
well-known commission merchant of Eighth
street, while Miss Batty is a lady of many
attainments and graces. The Bulletin
extends congratulations. ,
Mattio Davis, the notorious colored
hoodlum who created the disturbance in
"Pinch," was brought before Magistrate
Comings yesterday. Having long been a
nuisance to the city, his honor decided to
rid the comn. unity of her and so fixed tho
fine at f 100, with the aliernato of leaving
Cairo within six hours. She immediately
gathered up her wardrobe and departed for
parts unknown. It is to be hoped she will
not soon return. Irene Johnson, who was
arrested at the same tirao as tho aforemen
tioned, was fined 5 and costs, while still
another colored sister was allowed to go on
a promise of gcod behavior.
The Bulletin, if it could, would make
John II. Oberly senator from Illinois, Bnd
feel that it had done a glorious thing for
tho democratic party and the state. The
Argua, for tho same reason, tho fact that
whatever he had attempted to do was thor-
oughly done, would make him foreman of a
printing office, no matter where, only bury
him out of sight and out of tho way ol tho
mosebarks and the fossils of the party
who have not advanced a step in twenty
years; simply because ho bad mastered
every detail of tho printing busineas. Ober
ly may need money, as the Argus iutimafes,
and the "public printer" may be an office
that pays moro money, but tho state, the
Country and tho domocratio party needs
Oberly. To bury him in tho office of pub-
lie prioter, in our oolnion, would be like
making an orderly sergeant out of Oen.
Grant because he is a good soldier, or, to
come nearer home, a justice of tho puaco
out of Davo Linugar because ho Is a good
31 r. Milton Nobles'
new four act melo-drama, "Lovoend Law,"
is a most delightful production and in the
hands of the noble combination easily cap
tures t 'ld delights n audience. Through
the entire play there lurks such a pleasant
view of comedy intermixed with pathos and
adventure with now and ihun a suspicion of
GIFTS FOE THE HOLIDAY
What can be m re appreciated than a beautiful as well as
a substantial irift? What is more to bo admired for a Christ
inas Present than an elegaut pair of Shoes or Slippers?
We know not what. Our tock of
Boots, Shoes and Slippers
for the Holiday never was so complete. We tog of the
good people not to confound us a new firm newly come with
a stock of goods purchased for some other locality. We
have been arnon you all of our lives and know just what
you want, and we have the goods suited to the location.
We invite an early inspection
HO Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, ILL.
Qri American direct-feed Student
11 Lniiirw.iiifklp-nlHtAiL All dnncrev
' ' '
i rr i
e y OHii iii .rs tor me noiioays. Would be pleased to have
all call and examine my lare tock.
Crockery Store, 148 & 150 Com'lAve.
true poetry, as keeps the auditors in a most
The chief character played by Milton
Nobles himself is a cool-headed, sharp
witted Irish attorney named Felix O'P.iT,
who is always on hand in time tt defend
weak innocence against the machinations
of the brutal and wicked, and naturally
becomes a prime favorito with the audi
Miss Dollie Nobles, well known to us all
assumes the role of "llitta," an Italian
street singer, which character enables the
lovely little lady a splendid opportunity to
display her talent.
Miss Agnes Uerndon, a woman of power
and talent, lies scored a success as "Helen
Montague," and sustains tho same char
Tho company is a first-class ono in every
particular, and only such as can be pro
cured by an actor and manager of wealth
and s'anding; for acton, like other people.
have thuir expenses to pay in this mundane
sphere, and first clam talent can only be
obtained to go on the road by thoroughly
responsible managers. This much lor Mr.
Nobles' standing in tho profession.
If At Dept., Siosai. Sehvick. U. 8. A.
Washington, Dkcemheh U, 1884. (
Tin following table gives the tempera
ture at the points named this afternoon, the
observations all being taken at 2 :t 2 p. m.:
Bismarck 12 Cincinnati 45
Cairo 4ii Dubuque !Q
Doilgs City SO Louisville 40
Memphis 64 New Orleans,., 70
North Platte.... 0 Omaha
Pittsburg , 43 Shreveport -
Ht. Paul nt. Louie 89
Vicksburg 07 Yankton 10
''It Is all over town, said the Arab,
"What V wtl'tid the old man, Ma eyebrows
bridling with curl aity. "Mil I," Baid tu
youngster, while his mou'li went clear
aiound his ear in a griy. "light you are."
aid the old man. "With the mud Cora
colds and congha, and you know th rem
edy." "Dr. Hull's Cough 8yrup," rejoiced
the boy. "Kight you are again I"
of accidents removed. The capa
cit of the oil reservoir is one
tbird more than any other lamp.
These lamps have been thorough
ly tested and have given uni
versal satisfaction. No one can
iltbid o do without one, as I
have put the price down to $4.00
within tie reach of ail. These
lamps are to be had at Santa
Claus' headquarters, where also
can be found the largest assort
ment of Toys. Holiday Presents,
American and Bohemian Glass
ware, Silver-plated Vases and a
Ii.iiidsome assortment of Ivory
and Celluloid Handle Carvers,
beautifully decorated Library
Lumps, decorated Tea, Dinner and
rhanihtM' Xi'tn .'mil nn nmllno
,u Him in, vnuii I 111 1"
Cairo Street Railway.
Fare reduced to meet the times. Month
ly commutation tickets, $3.00; 100 scholars'
checks for all ages during school term,
12.00; 100 whole fare checks, 4.00; 6
whole fare checks, 23 cents; single fare, 5
cents, and children, 4 to 10 years of age,
Cars leave the depot Twenty-eighth street
every half hour commencing at 0:30 a. m.
up to 0:30 p. m., pass Twentieth street 8
Leave Commercial avenue and 4th et.
each half hour commencing at 7 a.m. to 10
p. m., pass 8th street 5 minutes later go
ing north. Time-tables to bo had on tne
cars, at the depot or Abo Lincoln Mutual
Life and Accident Association office.
When the opera house it open cars will
be stationed at Seventh street for tho ac
commodation of up-town citizens. Con
tracts may be made with the superintendent
to convey persons to or from parties at
For monthly tickets or checks of 100. an-
ply to either
C.V. Nepp, 8upt.
Tnos. Lewis, Treas.
"Kougli on Iticll."
"Hough on Itch," tures humors, erup
tions, ring-worm, tetter, salt rheum, frosted
f et, chill.lains. 4
Cheap lioin In Arkaimi ami Texas
Along the nte ot the st. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway. Texaa and
P.cilli! Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, aro thousands ot
acres ot too choicest (arming and grazing
lands in the world, ranginirTn nrice from
13.00 to $300 and $4.00 per acre. In a
healthy country, with climate unsurnasaod
for salubrity and comfort. Bend your ad
dress to the undorsigpod for a copy of sta
tist'us of crops raised Id ArkaoEiis and Texas,
in 1883, and makenn your mind to eo and
see for yourHf when you learn that the crop
tor atSJ is ou per Cent larger than that of
lo those purt busing land owned by
tho Company, and paying one-fourth, one
half, or all cah, a proportionate rebate it
allowed for money paid for ticket or freight
over the Companies lines. .
II. C. Towsiknu, Qen'l Pass. Agt.
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