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Hoarseness, Dronchitis.Croup, Influ
enza. Asthma, Whoopinc Coupli, In
cioieit Consumption and for the re-
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AND DLOOD DISEASES.
PHYSICIANS ENDORSE IT HEARTILY.
Xidncy-Wort la Ui mwt eucoe ful moody
Xsyeruacd." Dr. P.O. Dallou, Monkton.vt,
"K.idney.'Wort is always reliable."
Dr. B. N. Clark, So. Hero, Vt.
"Kidney-Wort bu eun'd my lfo after two years
suffering." Dr. C. M. Siinunerlin, Sun Hill, Oa.
IN THOUSAND8 CF CASES
it hM cured where all d had failed. It la mild,
but efficient, C HUT AIM IS lis ACTION, but
harraleea in all eare.
tyltdean.ee the Meed ad Strengthrneaed1
Hee New Life to all the important orjana of
the body. The natural action of Uie Kidney la
rea torwL The Llvor u eleanacd of alldiacaae,
and the Bowels move freely and healthfully.
In thla way the wont diaeaees are eradicated
from the ayttem. I
run, tioo uqno on cut, bold bt dbcocists.
Cry tan be tent by mall.
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Tien -nd h adder, conMl-iiti n ami ot'itr ..riianlc
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rimed to wlrr.h. the mud ci bru'hvrb.iod Iihvo
leut ibelr intie miml euncfon, in id wh ch an a
tonic alte-a'lve snd hntiNt-hnld spec flc fur d sor
dersnf the at macb, liver and i ovcl Una bl uu
bt i ii d-d p iptiiaro .
Korsaehi dm k ata and rii'r. 'o whom ap
ply for llosteitt-r'a i auac for IH.
I A full line of card samples of
Y the great piece goods a'oik
C will be found Witt
GI'O. 0. CI1KISTMAN,
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Ml.tilUi AT TUB CAIUH j'OrtToPKICK Poll
i HA.M.MIKKION TIlK'il.'HH TUB MAILS AT
SKCOND CLASS HATES.
1'KK.MS OF M'HSi.'lCIl'TIONi
Dai, y, ohe year hy mull 10 '",
Dai r, tine month J'1
Lal V, one week
Uai.y, tlveoeeks '
I iihmlicd ev ry niorntng (Monday exiepted).
A ei'Kly, one year... IJ jJP
ivlily, ti mouths - 1 Ou
I'liidndiedevi-ry Monday nion.
Itf-Ciube of live or more lor Wi'k1y Biilli'tln at
.im I.nie. per year, I.5U. I'oatatje in all caaea
INfiKIABl.T IN AOTAhCI.
coinmuulcaliona ahould Le addreaard to
Pnhliaher and Proitrletor,
Tin: 3io('KiN(J uiKi).
C'ltartnliinr Ili-aiTlptlon of llamlile
Aiiiouk Hit' llinintM of the i:'(ttntlo
Xcar the mouth of tin St. Mark's
river, a; I hiy umier n small tret', a
liiuckiii'.'-liii'il enino nntl lit on the top
of a neihhorin Imsli, anil oanp: for nut
its rarest ami most wonderful eomlti
natinii. called ly the negroes tho
"ilnmpinsr sonr."' Whoever has elose
lv o'jservt'd the bird has noted its
'inountinr simjr," ft very frequent per
fiinnanee, wherein tho sotrj-ster begins
on the lowest branch of the tree and
appears literally to mount to its music,
from lioii";h to b uyh, until tho high
est spray of the top is reached, where
it will sit for iiiiiny minutes, llin;jin
upon the air an ecstatic stream of nl
mot intinitely varied vocalization.
I!ut ho who has never heard the "drop
ping son' has not discovered the last
posiliiliiy of the mocking-bird's voico.
I have never found any note of this
extremely interesting habit by any or
nilhologi' t, a habit, which is, 1 sus
pect, occasional, nnd connected with
the must tender part of the mating
season, n is, in a measure, uie voersu
of the "mounting song," beginning
where the latter leaves off. I have
icard it but four times, when I was
sure of it, during all my rambles and
latient observations in the chosen
laiints of t lie liii'tl; once in ortli tieor-
tr a. twice in the lniuiciiiate vicinity 01
J'alluhawe, Florida, and once near
the St. Mark's River, as above men
tioned. 1 have at several other times
icard the song, as I thought, but not
icing able to. see the lird, or clearly
distinrruish the peculiar notes, I can
not register these as certainly correct.
My attention was fust called to this
iiiicresting performance by an aged
negro man, who, being with me on an
egg-hunting expedition, cried out one
morning, as a burst of strangely rhap
sodic music rang from a haw thicket
near our extemporized camp, "lis n,
nuns lis'n, dar, he's a-droppiii', he's
a-di'oppin', sho's yo' bo'n'.'' I could
not see the bird, and before I could get
my attention rigidly fixed upon tho
foiir it bad ended.
Something of fhe rare uroina, so to
speak, ol the eur.ousiy iiiotniiau'U inns
and (piavers lingered m niv memory,
however, along with Uncle Jo's graphic,
description of the bird's actions. After
that 1 was on the lookout for an oppor
tunity to verify the negro's statements.
1 have not exactly kept the day of my
first actual observation, but it was lato
in April, or verv earlv in Mav; for tho
crab-apple trees, growing wild in the
(ieorgian hills, were in full-bloom, nnd
spring had come to stay. 1 had been
out since the first sparkle of rtaylight.
Tho sun was rising, ami I had been
standing ipiitu still for some minutes,
watching a mocking-bird that was
singing in a snatchy, broken way, as it
fluttered about in a thick-topped crab
apple tivo thirty yards distant from
inc. Suddenly tho bird, b lino speci
men, leaped like a Hash to tho highest
spray of the tree and began to flutter
in a trembling, peculiar way, with its
wings half-spread and its feathers pull
ed out. Almost immediately there caino
a strange, gurgling series of notes, liq
uid and sweet, that seemed to express
ii'ter rapture. Then the bird dropped,
with a backward motion, from the
spray, and begin to fall slowly and
spirally down through tho bloom-covered
boughs. Its progress was quite
like that of a bird wounded to death by
a shot, dinging hero and there to a
twig, quivering, ami weakly striki g
with its wings as it fell, but all tho
time it was pouring forth the most ex
quisite gushes and trills of song, not at
nil like its usual medley of improvised
imitations, but striking, almost start
ingly, individual ami unique. The bird
appeared to be dying of an ecstasy of
musical inspiration. The lower it fell
the louder and more rapturous fecamo
its voice, until the song ended on tho
ground in a burst of incomparable vo
cal power. It remained for u short
time, after its song was ended, crouch
ing where it had fallen, with its wingi
ot.tsprend, and quivering and panting
as if utterly exhausted; then it leaped
boldlv into the air and Hew away into
nu adjacent thicket. Since then, as I
have said, three other opportunities
have been afforded mo of watching this
curiously pleasing exhibition of bird
acting. 1 ciin half imagine what an
other ode Keats might have written
had Ids eyes seen and his ears heard
that strange, fascinating, dramatically
rendered song, Or it might better havo
suited Shelley's powers of expression.
Jt is said that tho grainiest bursts of
oratory are those which contain a strong
trace of a resorve of power. This may
be true; but is not the best song that
wherein the voice sweeps, with the last
expression of ec-tacy, from wave to
wave of music until with a supreme ef
fort it wreaks its fullest power, thus
ending in a victory over the final ob
stacle, as if with its iitmot reach? lie
this as it may, whoever may be fortu
nate enou",h'to hear the mocking-bird's
wopping Hing," and at the same
time nee the bird's action, will at once
have the idea of genius, pure and sim
ple, suggested to him. Mnuriix 77yii
con, in AYhmi'ii1 Athtntiii.
"Nono hut tho brave deserve tho
fa:r!"-l.ady Circe (who Is rather tired
ami I wants to sit down) -If y(,u !in(
teaily so devoted us Mm say yon are,
Sir i harles, I'll t 1) x m bow You , au
s tow i ... i ,, ,t. ,i ... '
Vonr devotion. sir ('h,ifl,.J
I 'in nadier (iunrd): "Tell me!
I'-d uie!" J.miv (;,.,,,,. ..ve,
can take tlml ni 1, .v
supper, you know, ami then I can have
UAiKO liVlLWllUi TUUgPAV JUUUNlNtf DBORMBBH 16, 1WU.
Thing Worth Knowing.
Boxwax nnd salt will make ronr
rusty flat irons os clean and smooth us
glass. Tio a lump of wax in a rag and
keep it for that purpose. When tho
irons are hot rub them, first with the
wax rag, ami then scour them with a
paper or cloth sprinkled with snlt.
When soaking salt lish before- cook
ing add a little vinegar to tho water; it
improves the tlsh.
Steel knives which are not in general
use may ho kept from rusting if they
are dipped in a strong solution of soda;
tine part water to four of soda; then
wipe dry, roll in flannel and keep in a
Fish may bo scaled much easier by
dipping into boiling water about a min
ute. For "greasing" tho griddle, cut a
white turnip into halves and rub tho
griddle with it. It causes no smoke,
smell, taste or adhesion, and is better
than butter or grease.
Tho val .e of crushed ieo as a dress
imr for bums and scalds, first pointed
out In Sir James Karle, is confirmed by
Dr. Richardson. Tue ice, after being
reduced by crushing or scraping, is
mixed with fresh lard into a paste,
which is placed in a thin cambric ba
and laid upon the burn. This is said
to banish all pain until the mixture has
so far molted that a fresh dressing is
Flowers may bo kept very fresh over
night if they are excluded entirely from
tho air. To'do this wet them thorough
ly, put in a damp box and cover with
wet raw cotton or wet newspaper, and
place in a cool spot.
Milk which is slightly turned or
changed may be sweetened and ren
dered lit for use again by stirring in a
Stale buns may bo made to taste a
nicely as when fresh if they aro dipped
a moment or so in cold water, then put
in a hot oven for live or ten minutes.
They will turn out as light and crisp as
when first baked.
To scour knives easily, mix a small
quantity of baking soda with your
brick-dust, and see if your knives will
not polish better.
Kerosene will soften boots or shoes
which have been hardened by water,
and render them as pliable as new.
Kerosene will make tin tea-kettles as
bright as new. Saturate a woolen rag
and rub with it. It will also remove stains
from clean varnished furniture.
When otic has had a fever and tho
hair is falling oil', take a teacup of sage,
steci) in a quart of soft water, strain it
oil' into a tight bottle. Sponge the head
with the tea frequently, wetting the
roots of the hair.
The Scicntiif American says if a bot
tle of tho oil of pennyroal is left uu
corketl in a room at night, not a mos
quito, or any other blood-sucker will bo
found there in the morning. Mix pot
ash with powdered meal and throw it
into the rat-holes of a cellar and the
rats will depart. If a rat or mouse
gets into your pantry, stulV in its hole
h rag saturated wiili a solution of cay
enne pepper, ami no rat or mouse will
touch the rag for tho purpose of open
ing a coninniui. ation with a depot of
Salt will curdle new milk; hence, in
preparing milk poriidge, gravies, etc.,
the salt should not be added until the
lish is prepared.
To clean stained woodwork, which is
ilso varn i bed, an old housewife rec
ommends the saving of tea leaves from
the teapot for a few days. Drain them,
uid when you have a snliicient quantity
put them in clean soft water; let them
liniuer lor hall an Hour. nen iney
ire almost com strain uiem out,
ami, dipping a flannel cloth in the
water, wipe ofl'the paint, drying it with
another flannel cloth. One cup of
leaves to one quart of water is the due
Hartshorn applied to the stings of
poisonous insects will allay tho jiain
md stop the swelling, or apply on oi
sassairas, wnicu is ueiter. aw
should be treated in this way.
f I 1 1 . .. 1)
My First Day ns a Henate Puge.
At a few minutes before twelve
o'clock, the venerable gentleman Cap
tain Rassctt told me to go to the Vice
President's desk and put tho gavel up
on a certain spot on the table. Hardly
had I done so, when, exactly at 14
o'clock, in walked two men through
the door near me. They were Schuyler
Colfax, the. Vice-President of the United
States, and Dr. Newman,, tho chapiam
of tho Senate. The Vice-President ad
vanced to the side of his desk, took up
tho gavel, and gave one loud rap. At
onco tho buzzing in the galleries andon
tho floor ceased; anil, in perfect silence,
Dr. Newman ascended the steps to the
Vice-President's chair, and standing
up, delivered a short prayer,
i no prayer was nanny tinished, when
nearly all the senators began to clap
their hands in every part oi tho cham
ber, making quite a racket. They had
a habit of doing that immediately after
the opening exercises, and, on one oc
casion caused an old man in tho gal
left tit exebihn. "Wnll. I'll ho li tura
v ' - n-
ef I saw anything pertickerly fine about
that Prayer: Hut they were not ap
plauding the prayer they were merely
calling the pages.
When the clapping commenced, tho
pages started to run in every direction
to see who should bo the first toget the
messages of the favorite senators, nnd
n certain senator, who sat far over on
the democratic side, even amused him
self by writing letters and soaring them
way up into the air, and even against
the' ceiling of the room, nml watching
the pages attempt to catch them ns thev
sailed down towards the floor. I think
he could sail a letter better than any
other senator. Of course, this was no
great achievement to boast about, but
some of tho senators sat through a
whole session so quietly that they seem
ed never to do anything except logo to
the Senate every day and sit still and
vote. Ami I remember onco a senator
came into the chamber just as his name
was reached by the clerk who wits call
ing the roll on a vote. He looked
around, and did not know what was
going on or what he should do, and I
pitied him and called out from behind
liiiii, "Vote 'No!' " 'And lie did! Of
course he thought it was some respon
sible senator speaking to him. But I
had been in the senate several days be
fore 1 had enough courage to pretend
to advise a senator. Sometimes the
senators could not think of anything to
, send the pages for, and wo would have
an easy time; and lnsuiad at sitting, OA
we ought. In nn erect nnd dignified pa
eltlon, wo would kneel down on the
soft carpet and pluy marbles. I have
often gone up on tho republican side to
where tho Vice-President sat, as on a
throne, nnd played marbles with a pago
on the democratic side, almost under
the Vice-President's chair. It would
make some of tho senators angry to seo
us do this, but most of tho senators be
lieved in letting us do whatever wo
pleased, so long as wo kept still, and
the voting ladies in the galleries usually
paid more attention to what we did
than to what the law-makers wero do
Uw.Frvm "Among Uie Lmr-'wikcrt,"
Edmund Alton, i'n St. Mchuht for
We have too much croaking in this
country, remarks the New York (W
merriitl liulhtin. There is too much
haste to get rich in about threo months,
and not enough of tho patient steadi
ness which accepts small profits with
gladness if they can be expected to con
tinue. When iron sold at $ per ton
in February, IrtSO, and wheat $1.42 per
bushel, with the groat crop of 187i yet
unsold, everybody could see that get
ting rich at that rate would not lust long.
Hut the crop that needs most careful
cultivation in America is the crop of
The Mar km.
Monday Evesiso, Dec. 15, 198-i
The cold whtu signal hug been hoist" d
for the last th'ee days, but s fur we hsve
hud nothing but a forty hour mia. flow
ever, indicstions to-night point towards a
The market, we are pleased to note,
seems to oe getting new uie into it is
wtking up and showing signs of becoming
w'iat a market at a point like Cairo should
be at this season of the year, full of life
FLOUR Dealers report a better feeling
In the market and an increase in orders.
Low grades are scarce and firm.
HAY There is a noticeable improve
ment in the market aud more movement.
Stocks are fair.
CORN Market rules firm with fair dp.
mand and plenty offerint;.
OATS Prices hold firm. The demand
continues fair and supply mod rate.
MEAL The demand is very light and
prices are lower.
BRAN Steady and unchanged.
BUTTER Unchanged. Choice cream
ery commands 28,:; common butter is over
stocked and unsalable.
EGGS The demand ci ntinucs good.
Receipts havj been liberal and the market
is well supplied.
CHICKENS Good larg", dressed bens
find lair sale at 12.75 rer dozen. Young
and small chickens canuot be sold.
TURKEYS The market is bare and the
nr 'sneefs now are that the holidiy market
will be naked. Dressed turkeys command
12?2 P" pound, and alive 9 to $12 per
APPLH3 Firm and unchanged.
GAME All kiDds are in active request
Salea and Ciuotationa.
NOTK. The pnees nere jpteD are icr aalea from
flnr nanaa m ronna lot, ao aavojir.e n
cbaraed for broken lotain milnionitira.
Ann hh'a varlnna eridei i 50ft5 Or
20 bbla ch..l e loS 90
Y i.hla family 2 t 2 7S
100 bbit extra fancy 8 7.u,3 so
5 cars trlot prime
Sears' gilt ed.it;
ft era cholCH
2 car common mixed...
4cara choice White In bulk
ficaram'Xe In hnllc.
Bears wuite in aacao
S cars in hulk
1 car mliTt In bnik
4 cars choice
No, t Medlteranesn.
No. 3 do
lnnhhla OHv on
Bo'i pounds country mixca 1218
S'l" uimiidH cholfld dairy iOxiW
300 lonnda fancy creamorv ........ 28
500 poundn choice country 1H
30J ponnda cooking butter 10
KOO riotson 2"U
60i dnxeu 23
Larue cholte '. I" f0''H 00
Hruall - 7 0o10 in-
S coops largo hena , ... 2 75
A coops c ole-allied 1 5''.' im
3 coops modlti" 1 60
WI'd t licit s mal'srils pi-r ion 1 75
W'i d duck mi 'frt " 1 f."
W i tur eya each 5" 75
Oiiallf per d t 0i.il 3
X hmIhoii aaddle
VoniKiin rarcsHMS 5
Kubblla per dos I 21
Kancv Hblppltiit Den Davis &c. por hbl... 3 '0
Chi'lcn variutli'S pur hbl .MVT2 75
Common country pkd 2 60
Potatoes, per btlHliul.. u 4050
Putaioee pur bbl t M4(,l us
Ornncea, per bhla 7 60''!) on
Oratitri" pc box! 4 O il 50
Lit'iuons pur bos 6 US lO
Choice per barrel 1 75 2 lift
Choice per bualiul 607(1
Pur 100 choice ( OittO 0
'mill limn-, ..,.... IVVyrgM
Fancy Canvui'i'ed Ham , , 1 4(1 5
, lunr hih ,,,, 17
ht. .lobiia : 16
Ohio Klvor 0
tSi buahel burlap
'eacnea.balvevaud uoartera 4a
Cbtiici- hand picked nary ...
i w-i n
Tom" on coumry
CUB KM B.
Choice, Kurtory ,
in to p
10 to 4f
. (Vt to t Or
75 In ti fit
S In M
1 (10 in U in
Va lid Cot
Hi-tir r pvr pound -
1 1 . 1 1 K s.
Dry Kllnt choice
Sheep I'tdle.dry H
; i (..
Sheep Pi Ita, ut"d .
.. ! .711 "
4 M4 ?
... 1 1X1 'i
.. 'i '':. 7 V
.. 7 Vi4 W 'I
jOi L al
Oor i Leaf
HATI'S "K I'Hfll"
dra:ii Hay Klnur l'n'1
Vcwt. Jrwt. wtihl. lib'
Me phif,. I'lH IS V .V
. Or.Vati' IS 1T', 3D -U
Helena, Ark IS
V'Ck-b iru .... W, r,'t If. 67S
Natcb- !W 116 40 so
All tuber av pulnta
b'lci Mt'iuplila t
New Or a i iS l In 70
He Knows It.
Miriim I) M xlitfid. fornit-rlv of Silver
Serines. K. I., Iihs noil.-ui alout the won
Merlin ciPtt'Ve p wers "I Kbiuey-W ort. He
was so i ttlicti'd with kidney complaint that
he could not stand on his feet from pain
and wckne-H. As soon as he commenced
uing Kidney-Wort lie experienced imme
diate le.iet, and at once begun to grow
strong and wns rein ved t all pain sml tin
p e'tsantness. Ilcavs:"I know I nave
be d cuied bv Kid"y-Wnrt."
Advice to Mothers
Are you disturbed at night and 1" .ken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of tutting teeth? II so,
send at once and get a Imttle of Mrs. Wins-
lnw's Sotithing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend open it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
(liarrlnea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the 'acte, and is tho prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
nurses Hnd physicians in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Cheap Homes in Arkansis and Texas
Al"iig the lire oi the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Ra lway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands of
acres of tie 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 rained in Arkansas and Texas.
In 1882, and makeup your mind to go and
see tor yours-ll when you learn that the crop
fir 1883 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, one-
half, or all ratdi, a proportionate rebate it
allowed for money paid forticketf or freight
over the Companies lines.
II. C. Townsknd. Oen'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis. Mo.
Whnae debility, exhanatctl
puwrra, pruuutuie dt-rnjr
and fmlur to porfurm llfr'a
duties properly art oauaed by
iiMWhea. errora ol yonlh, tie.,
Will nnd a purfert and lailirl
reatoration to roboat healu)
and Tlforona anunhood ia
HE MARSTDN BOLUS.
teither atninach dram-iiie not
Kervnua laaihlliav and
lusessiml beraaaa baiwd nn perfect dianvaia,
new nd direct fnethode and alohito thor.
oachnt-ae. Knll Infnr-.natlon and TraatiM frea
Adurena Conanlt ina; 1'hyairian of
MARST0N REMEDY CO., 46 W.UthSL, UawYork.
fa M MTtioiMnrli nf rMil of HirrH Dttiinif , niM
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Shortest and Quickest Rout
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv Line Huunme
Making Direct Connkotion
i ruiNa Lists Canto:
;i;OU m. Mail.
trrlvlLKtn Ht.LoulaS Ula.m.i Chlca,i,e .30y.it. ,
'ini:-cilntr at Odin and Klhnidiain frr ('(licit.
call. lAaiaville, Indianapolis and point Bast.
r':Uf p. m. F'aajt ht. l.ouU inul
Arrtvinir ti, St I nula :45 p. m., and conucclli f
for all pnlntK Went.
3:35 p. in. Fust Kxpreaa,
Kor Ht. I ouls and Clilrni;o, arriving at HI.Len's
VM p. iu.. ana Chicago ; m.
3:35 p. in Cincinnati Kx)i'hi.
Atrltlnar al Cincinnati 7:00 a. m. Ixioisvllle 6:50
a. m. i liullanapo.la 4 i a ni. PasaeLger bi
thie tram reach the ab-.ye poiLte lu to 30
bOL'hb In advance of any other r.-oie,
tT"The :j:S.r) p. m. eipress bas I'l'LLMAN
mihtClKd t'Ak from Cairo to Cluctnnall, witu
out chunks, and through sleepora tu s:. Lo'ilf
t'uHt Time Kant.
I'n wn'tiiri'u b lul "L oiiiroun to Kaai.
I in:il.ilf. 1 a em points without toy delajr
auaed h) hiinda) intervt-nini;. The haturday alier
iimn train fiutu ( aim arrlyea In new York Monday
aurueiK at lu::tri. Thlrtj an hour In adfauceul
ot other route.
IW y' through tlcketa aLd furthei li.loimatlcs
t piv at Illlnola Central Hatlroad Depot, Cairo.
i. H. JOHB8, Ticket Ateiil.
S. II. HANSON. (tea. Paag. Agent. Chicago
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. K.
Trains depa t. Trains arrre.
tM.il 0 a. rr . i tWatl . i):55 a.m.
tKxpree 8:85 p. m ItElprcss In. 33 a.m.
St Louts Kx i:io. in. 1. L. Mall. , ..4:50 p m
tSt Loots Ks :4o p. m.
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tN.U. Ex :tis m. tN.O. Fast Ex4:20p
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tSt L. Mall 8:0 p.m. tM.L Mall. ..6:20 a.m.
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Mall A tti....4:'Oa.m. Mall A Ex S.SUp.m.
Acciitn 4:00 p.m. I 'Acrom ......IU; i a.m.
Freiidil 7:45 a.m. Krelitht t 45 p.ru
MoBll.U A OHIO K. R.
Mall 5:2 a.m. I Mall 4 l(1p.m.
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Dall except Supday. t Oullr.
A Kill VAL ANO DEPAKTUBE Of MAILS.
Arr at I I)ep tt
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9 p. m.
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P.O. box del. 0.tr Irom 6 a. m IP I p. m.
Hondajs gee. del. open from... ,8a. m. to 10a.su.
8undays box del. open from. ...6 a. m. tc 10:50 aos
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