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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNINU. MARCH 27, 1883.
(TRYING TO N0L0D0WN'
IT AM BOU NO TO RISC
PURE CREAM TARTAR.
t , 81000. Given
If alum or any ItiJuriiiiiamibsumcesCHti be found
lu Andrews' Pearl Baking Powder. I r-tiveh-
PURE. IVltiKc'ii.tur.-oil, and test linon Iota
rvcclved Irom eiicli chemists an S. Uaiia llnys, Bus
ton; M. Delafoiituliip, of i'htnii;o; and Uustavu
Bode, Milwaukee. Ni-voraoM In bulk.
C. E. ANDREWS A, CO.
ih illtliit'im A v. 2S7. 2b ii m K. Water
l'.vrrv Corsvt is ltarrauu d isatis
lMtory to iti wearer in wrj av,
or tbe tuoni r will be relur.ded ly
the person lrorn whom it was l-onclit.
Th" "ri'r Cvrrvt r"wnr.M-d t.v nnr Ifmilrc hyiHiu
Ir1... I., th. nearer, and.-nimrwrt !' in.lii-.
tiw " ru-.t ovuforubl iuiJ p.rfcet fining On ever
Ilraltk PmrrrUc 150. IMr..4Jull. I-BO
AMomUbI rtr kcavyt .M. Kerala l&0
Headlk I'mrrrlK a.e r.uill' ft.OO. J'.ra-..
f.rwlr ky Iradlaa WHi.ll I-titpr nrrjkfm
CU1CAOO COUSfcT CO.. Ibicaeo, III.
If l)ie pyclirmvs (:i fashionable cor
rn'li"j write fnm London re
mark -O. tm inclined to prr:id irregular
ly, jiinch 1'iie liai.Mfijr.'ilier where thick
est. If they show t.-uileney to meet,
this contact may W avoided liy pulling
out the Imir cvVry mirn!.nr before the
toilet. The tah of orionUiUiu in cos
tume and face now turns llie ladv's at
tention to her ryri.Hhi, which are
wortLless if not Ion;; raid droop-in. In
deed, prevalent the desire fr this
Le.ititiful feature that hiisr-lrcer. and
ladie.' artts have scores of customers
under treatment for inviiroratinjr their
Blunted eyelashes and eyebrows. To
be sure. for eveulnj a ladv can manu
facture a magnificent a rticie with a cray
on of Kstian black, or a common
match, if driven to an exigency, and on
the Mroet & I'niels veil will cover a
multitude of facial error : but when it
come to nn after-dinner reception or a
lunch party, the genuine article, or a
very good counterfeit, is necessary. To
obtain these fringed curtain, anoint
these roots with a balsam made of two
drachms of nitric oxide of mercury
mixed with one of leaf lard. After an
application wah the roots with a cani
elVhair brush dipped in warm milk.
Tiny scissors are used, in which the
lashes are carefully, but slightly, trim
med every other ifay. When once ob
tained, refrain from rubbing or even
touching the lids with the linger-uails.
There is more beauty in a pair of well
kept eyebrows ami full, sweeping eye
lashes than people are aware of, and
a very unattractive and lusterles
rye assumes new beauty when it
looks out from beneath, elongated
frin's. liwtiad of putting cologne
water on the ha ndken hief, which has
eonie to be considered a vulgarism
among ladies of correct taste, the per
fume is spent on the cu brows ami lobes
of the ear.
A Curious Circumstance.
Lovers of sup. rsiition are reveling in
a singular tiling which happened at
Quinev during the illne-s of the lata
Sam Jledill. When he went there to
the hoii-e of hi fatiier-in-law, Mr. .John
II. ':.r-on, the family took to a country
house, a considerable distance from (he
town, a little dog of Mrs. McdiH"s
thinking that its burking might disturb
the invalid. The dog was only onc.o
brought back, and then in abnggv and
only for a few hours, but on the day of
Mr. Medill's death, the family in fjufney
were astonished to hear the dog howl
ing in front of their door. The door
was opened, and the dog rushed pell
inell into the pM lor and scampered up
stairs to the nick room, bolted in through
the door and sprang upon the bed. The
dying man fondled the dog. but when
the family attempted to remove the,
brute, it entrenched Itself underneath
the bod. from whence it wa taken with
great ditliciilty by the coachman. Mr.
Sledill died Unit night. Vhirmjo 1 1, raid.
tempted to print Mr. l'rnnci Hodgson
llurnctt s beautiful poem entitled "A
Woniau'i liciisoii. Only half of the
poem, and (hut under the head of
'Karmini' for Feathers," appeard In
the tiaiier. and the editor ,ms: 'A littlo
'farming for feci her' u itli a club nn tho
head of the person responsible for the
rror ha produccl the poem correct in
Anhwrr tiii. Is theie. a person living
win) ever law a time ot ni-ue. billiouHneuH
notvouioci-, or neuralgia, or uny dirme of
tl)M itoumh, liver, or kldncyi that Hop
uitU'ri win not tu ret
O Mf : fell
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OurloBitiea of the Railway Census.
According to the census railway re
turns for 1880, there were 1, 1G5 com
panies, having in round numbers, 87,000
miles of railways in operation in this
country nn aggregate almost equal to
a track extending four times around the
The cost of this gigantic system was
nearly live thousand six hundred and
sixty millions of dollars, of which about
two-lifths has leen paid for and tho
companies are in debt for the balance.
In the good time coming, when this
enormous debt of over three thousand
millions of dollars is paid oil', ami tho
interest tlyreon ceases, it is probable
that railway speeds will bo improved,
traveling rendered safer, and the charg
es for freight and passage reduced.
Tho mortality upon our railways is
frightful to contemplate. According to
the census) returns, the killed and
maimed for the single year of 1K80
formed an aggregate of 8,215 persons.
If tho companies were compelled by
law to pav an average of say live thou
sand dollars for every person killed or
injured, only a short time would elapse,
probably, before this dreadful account
would lie reduced almost V nothing".
There tire very few railway accidents
that might not' be prevent ed'if real care
were exercised and the best safeguards
adopted. The passage of a law sub
jecting every company to the payment
of a substantial tine for every accident
that takes place upon its property would
doubtless stimulate the managers lo
give more attention to the safety of life
and limb than they do at present
The demand upon our inventors for
the discovery of new and better means
for saving life ami preventing accident.
upon railways increases every year, in a
ratio even greater than the augmenta
tion of tracks, because the population is.
more rapidly increasing, and the presen'
railways are not employed at anything
like their full capacity.
The freight carried in IHSOwastwo
hundred and ninety-one millions of tons,
for which the railway s charged 1.29 cent
per ton per mile, and made a protit ot
..i; cents per ton per mile.
Th number of passengers carrio-J
was two hundred and seventy millions,
for which each paid au average of 2.33
cents jer mile, and the companies made
a protit of 0.C2 cents jht mile. If the
passengers are counted by weight, al
lowing 14 passengers to tne ton, then
the receipts of the companies for their
two-legged freight wa8'.'.62cents perton
per mile and their profit was cents
perton per mile. This large protit. when
set opposite to the small amount of .5.1
cents protit per ton realized from dead
freight, seems to indicate that a great
field is open to the genius of railway
managers in devising ways and means
to encourage the people to travel.
The haulage of our railway now em
ploys over seventeen thousand locomo
tives, and tie- aggregate cost to run
them, such as fuel, water, oil, repairs,
and engineers, is about ninety millions
1j ill n v.: t w tw it f i r f ft m 4i 'a tliMiuaml
vear for each machine. The
item of fuel alone is thirty-three millions
of dollars. The larger portion of th
fuel is wasted: much of it is blown out
of the smoke slack uneonsumod in the
form of smoke aud dust. There is a
grand chance for inventors to improve
the locomotive by discovering means to
lessen its wastes and expenses. Thu
same remarks apply to the other
branches of the railway rolling stock,
consi-ting of over twelve thousand pas
senger ears and alout four hundred
thoii-and freight cars. In the year
it cost the railway companies tifty-liw
millions of dollars for repairs for rolling
stock. Is it not possible for inventive
genius to study out sonic 'new modi? of
const niction that shall reduce this euo.'
moils h-?ti':kntific American.
"Yes, sir," continued the Texan,
wiping his mustache and contemplating
the Montana man thoughtfully. "Yes,
sir, a Texas norther is such as is regard
ed as considerable by them thai has
seen it in full operation."
"Is it eal'lated to beat a Montana
blizzard?" inquired the man from tha
Northwest, whetting his knife on ids
boot ami apparently much interested in
the narrative of his companion.
"It are," replied the 1'exan, solemnn
ly. "I am prepared to say that it is
eal'lated to "beat anything'that blows.
Stranger, I've seen a norther carry a
stone wall twenty miles and set it
down as it picked it up, without dis
placing a doruick! Seen it done my
self. Oncct I seen one that turned an
apple orchard upside down, and the
man had to dig his harvest. And that
wasn't much of a norther, either."
"I hearn they was pretty powerful,"
continued the Montana man, "but they
don't make no speed,"
"Stranger," continued the Texan,
falling into the trap, "stranger, I seen
Texas norther catch the first shake of
an 'arthquake and carry it right over
our town before that quake could get a
grip anywhere! Speed! Speed! Why,
Hiranger, i seen a nortlier ketch a mort
gage out'n a man's hand onut, and that
mortgage was due before the man
picked himself out'n the mud!"
"Didn't think they went so fast," ob
served the Montana man, with nn omi
nous mildness. "That's pretty fairgoin'
and I think a great deal o' money could
be made by importing them northers
into our parts for little breathing places
when wc have a blizzard on."
"Does blizzards go faster than that?"
inquired tho Texan, who wanted to
kick himself for not letting the Montana
man get his work In first.
"I never seen but one that wnsu't
making 10,000 miles an hour'" replied
the Montana man carelessly.
"What seemed to ba tho matter with
hiniP" asked the desperate Southerner,
"H was a long time, before we could
find out," continued he from Montana,
"but finally when lie got a backset
somewhere and wasn't going over 100
miles a minute, wo got on to what
"Was ho slck?"demaudod the Texan,
ready to light.
"No. he was trying to hnul that dog
coned norther of yours along! I know
it was tho same norther, 'cause I seen
the same mortgage sticking out'n his
And then they went at it; but when
the police got there the Moutana man
i wis still litlhj ahead.
A Kelio of War.
A few days ago Dr. Boring was hav
ing a door cut into a closet in bis house
in Atlanta, Georgia, when tho workmen
came upon a piece, of bomb shell that
has a history. It was between tho
weather boarding and the plastering and
weighed several pounds. One night
during tho war when Sherman was
shelling Atlanta, Dr. Boring and his
family were in a room which was in the
basement of tho house, which was used
as a sort of boom-proof, a number of
erossties having been piled up at tho
side. A twelve-pound shell struck the
pile and exploded. Ono piece plowed
through tho side of tho houso and
glunoing upward, passing within a few
inches of l,ol. W. II. Hulsey, who was
sleeping in one of the rooms, and buried
itself behind the plastering in an op
posite wall, and its force having been
spent it dropped down behind the plas
tering and nothing more was seen of it
until tho workmen cut it out a few days
ago. Another piece of tho shell Hew
into the dining-room and struck Mrs. J.
W. Telot on the shoulder. Mrs. Pelot
was then a little girl. Sho is a daughter
of Dr. Uoring and was present when the
piece of shellwns found a few days ago.
She has taken charge of it and will pre
serve it as a relic of the war.
Monday Evksiso, Mahch 26, 18S3.
The weather is cool and clear.
The market is dull on all articles and
stocks are good.
FLOUR Remains steady at present pri
ces. HAY Supply good and demand small.
CORN Large supply and no niovemeut.
Good corn held at 4!) cents.
OATS-In good supply and maiket
MEAL In light demand.
BRAN-rScarce in fair demand.
BUTTER Market well stocked with
low grades. Good in fair demand.
EGGS In fair demand at 13c.
POULTRY Prices are good for straight
APPLES Market overstocked with
common and dull.
POTATOES Potatoes are slow sale and
Sales ana (uouxtions.
NOTE. Tb price aero jjiveBarelor miff frn
first hand In round lot. An advance Ir
charged for broken lotain Hillngorrtor.
300 virion irradc
. S was 1
8W) hhl tholco.
H hhls family
0 hhli idt..
2 cart choice
1 car nrairc....
1 car pit tdge, small bate......
5 car mlxel In balk ..
10 car choice In l.alk
2 car earljr In balk
3 car ro ick
No. i R-.-d, per bu
No. t M-fjilemuein.....
4 m hhl CMtv la lots
2"0 bbl City
1 car In aacki ..............
S0 pound Sonthern Illlnoi roll....
10 pound Northern roll ...
M-i pounds Northern Dairy
S) pound Southern Illlnott
.2 6X2 U
,V0 dozen n . .
Ijoj dz:n M
TURK BY S.
1 coop Urge choice..
2 coop mixed...
.8 504 00
Mbtil fancr D!nT)vl
1'J bbl choice Wlup..
So lib varlou
Slack packed frail
1 50Jt3 50
.50c to 11.00 le
Northern Pcarh Hlow pur bunli
bout hum Ilia. Peach Blow pur buth..
no ft 7o
Pr l.firi el
,1 was lie
B. I!. Hum
. 1 t
i, htiahol burlap.
5 bushel '
Poache,halvand qaartern,,,. 45
Choice, factory 10
Cream. ..... , . ... ........ ,... ............
V R 2
f t , ("li'i
Calf, Oremi 1"
Dry flint cboico MS
Dry Halt - II
(ireun Suit 8
Plum Clruuii mi
Sheep PeltH.dry WW
Shi'.M IVIi. urven ... 1V?A
Dumiih'ed Hide - H off
Common Lu J 1MA 'K1
llood inn 5 r
,L'f 4 7tf Ma'
Medium Le.ir f4 T J(
lor4Leaf. 7 !M3 9 r
RAT ICS OK KRRIOUT.
(lra-.il Hay Flour Potk
Vcwt. atpivt. blil. K
Men ).hl, 12S 15 SS
v OrVuim 17'-, Kjj 35 50
Helena, Ark W 27k 4. i
Vlekaburn rtiVj '11 4! 60
War ' ' "v '
T,. IIjL. XV t-.. T7 VVr, "
1111 THE GREAT
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Headache, Toothache,
More Thronl. Kwrllliiir. Nrnln, ItruUe.
Hum. Mrnlil. I i-ukI llllr.
AMI ALL III IOK MOIHI V HIM JM KltKS.
6ol4 bf Urtiftiftl 't l''lrr.r.li-. Vitxy Cvut bMJ.
IMre. U- In 11 l.tutfiilir.
TI1K I'll tlil.F s A. VW.H.I KI O.
liMlimr . VuuKLI.aCO ) Ualllatiin, 14., I .N.
PORT GBAPE WINE
Cpitii'j PnpT Hpapp Wivv ?
JJ A 1 J J V." . A Jk IT
FOUR YEARS OLD.
-THIS CELEBRATED NATIVE WINK I made
A from the Juice of tho Oporto Orpe, ralaed in
thli counry. Ita invaluable tonic and atrfUth
tning proptTtien are unurpaed bv any other
Native Vine. B-lne the pure Juice of the Urnpe,
prodnctd ui.der Mr. hyeer" own perional eupcrvl
ion, iia purity and genulncce, are Ktiaranteed.
Th-! voune'. child rail jiartak" of It R-nerou
qua'.itit-, and the weakest Invalid ue It to advan
tut"! It i particularly iK-neflcial to the aged and
d-bilitated, and suited to the variona ailmento that
aflVi't the weaker aex. It In in every repect A
WIN E TO BE KEI.Ii;i UN.
Si)eei''s P. J. Sherry.
The P. J. SHERRY I a wine of Superior Char
act. r an 1 art ike of the rich qnal'tlr of the tc rnt.e
from wh-en It uia'le For Purity, RIchtiOM. Fla
vot ami Medlcluul Prupcnie. It will bo found un
excelled. Spoors P. J. Brandy.
Tbl BRANDY taudi nnrlvaled In this Country
lielufur nicrr.r for medicinal purpoe. It U a
purudietinatlon Irom the ifrnpa. ana rnniitm vul
unlile medicinal properties, it hue a delicate fla
vor, elnnlarto thatof Ihe prai!. from which It ie
d;t!l!ed. and is in great favor araongr flm-rU
fKmllle. See that the isnature of ALFRED
KPKKR. Paeulc. . J.. I over tb cock of each
Hold IS' PAUL SCIIIJIL
AN!) BY DllUtJUIHTS EVF.RYWH h.RB.
INJECTION, ta a ponltlvo cure ftirail Dlanharuea.
Btu..iitf, Hrnw V.iitf nnd Piuuful Beuaatlona ol Hi
a iBgxitaBaja3g&iiiLii, wiisni im
13 "R I O Ct "r bottle. For aula by all drug
fi ulatii or emit by Kxjueaa or. re
H n.iptol'iirlro. JOHN 1). PARK B0N8,
lArf 179 nnd 177Hy'liorBi vjii.mwi,
V PR, KI.INL'3 6KFAT
a) k3 '"' ' IIMAI.T A n v m
Wm ri. w . .v. r.wi v.i ..el iii i-uvr ArrKO-
W Jl...'. . ' ' ' ivi'H 1 llll L If t. bun
iiuRs.r I m.r.i'i i nri.,,w ... .. .......... .
LjMmiiiwti i). fin nfttr lrM'. . Treatia k
P trial hoitln fra to Fit C aiwa.tUy paylur i x.rM
WJM t 1 I ..I.! K...( I..I.I.. I 1 1 mnA
I'llinrK"" IJII W'i,fliril in.:nnw. ........ ... ....
..inn.., ii.ir..u of aiHlL'tad Ui I)h K I.1N K.lCIl Aruk
Sul'ltil4 .1" lirvili'i- ul AVuuiU
BEFORE! AND AFTER
Electric Appliance are tent on 30 Dayi' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNQ OR OLD,
WHO are uftrlnir from Nunvou Pkrii.itv,
I.ot ViTAi.tTt, Lr-K or Nkrv FoaeR o
Tl.Kin. WaaTiKn WnKNitMBp-.K. anil nil lhon dlMiann
or a l'riHONL N ri'it nmililnu fiuiu Awtr. and
tiruaa earaaa. Hih.hIv relief nml cumpleUi rent
ration of Hkalth.v nioHand Manhood (ltaiiANTKD,
The icraml.wt dlaenvery "f the Ninetei'iitli Dentiiry.
Bond at un. e for llluetratod Viuuphli-i freo. Addret
VOITAIO BtlT CD., MARSHALL, WICH.
l unnlimiiliiiit liumn hv tha Indll
triou. Beat hualneaa now before Ihe
. nltll.. iat.ltal mil llltded. WO
will atari von. Mem women, boy
and Rlrl wanted everywhere to work
V I m ,l.n . I ..... Vr.11 f1 M
l.ir tin. " ...u.j. w -
.1. tn ana.A lint. i.IujI WAtl. ivlllllll tlniH tO tnA
tiualneaa. No otbo bnelue will pay you nuarly
aawell No one can full to tn alto enormou pay,
by eunagulnu at mice. Coatly out fit and t-jrrna free
Monet mad faat, eaally, and konorably. AdUre
TRUE CO., Autfuta, mama.
iff ('eV J A. K,', A'.r. w t I .1 -
ARE OF EVERY DAY OCCURRENCE.
Not a 8INOI.K INHTANCK ON RECORD In the
paat ."0 yeara whore o"" it
Ha been broken open by burglar aud robbed.
Hall's Standard Patent Fire-Proof
Have NEVER FAILED to
PRESERVE their COX
It i awcll-''.nown ruct tha' there in NO KAFK
mado in the word THAT HI VKS AS liltK AT hK-
tURITY AST UK II ALL'S SAFE.
They alwaya protect tueir cotitunt.
Persons havingr Valuables slioulil not
be without a Hall's Safe.
Hall's Safe & Lock Co.
rOHKlMI J.. IIA 1,1,, I'reUlent.
CINCINNATI, NEW VultK, CHICAGO,
L'jlISVILLE, SAN Fit VNCI8CO,
ST. LOUIS, CLEVELAND.
Mat of Illlnoi. I Circuit Court of Alex
veil under county, lnchan
County of Alexander cry.
Wil I Maud Perkiua
HeuryT. Jackeon and Arra Jackson.
Puhllc notice la h'T:by Klven, that, in pursuance
of a decree made aud entered by tald court in tho
above entitled cauae, on the ISih daj of Octolier,
A. 1. 1K-J. 1, Alexaudur 11. lrvln. mtater in chan
cory ol the said or uit Court of AUxauder county,
WKUNEsDAY, THE 2TiI DAY l)F MARCH,
lf-i, at the hour of tl o'cock lu the
forenoon, at the oulheterly do.r
of theconrt honec.in the city ol ( nl o, county of
Alexander, and etatu of llilnale. io-II at public auc
tion to the blebe! and beni bidder, for cah, all
and,iiitf''lar, the follow ing dew-ribed preml. a and
real uetate in aid dui rev mentioned, eltuai.' incaid
county of Alexander mid hid of Illiuola,
or eo much thereof a ehul, he autllcletit t eatlafy
eaid decree, to-wli: rtdutheasl quarter nf the
northweat quarti-rof error. No. four (Ii, in tow n
rhip No. eevenieen (171. eouili and lu raiig.-two
(2). wl of the third prloclpil men-dian
Dated. Cairo, III., .March Mb. l-3
.Matter In Chancery.
8. P. Wheeler, CompUiuant'a boilcllor.
Cirtr ('LERR'a Urncc, I
Caiho. lil., March I4l3, lr-St, f
Public notice le hereby given that on Tueaday the
17th day of April, A. ii. lb:t, a general ek-ctiou
will be held In the cl y of Cairo, county of Alexan
der, atate of I lllnoie. (' r the elacllon of the follow
ln named officer, viz: A mayor, city clerk, city
treasurer, city atiornuy and una a.drmau Iroin
each of th -live ward of the city. For tbo pur
poee of aald eleciou p . 1 1 et w 11 be opened at the
following named place, viz: , lu the First ward, at
the engine hmi of (tie Araii fire company; In the
he-.otid ward, at the engine houe of the Rough
and Htaly fire company ; in the Third ward, at the
engine hoife nf the Hibernian fire com pan v; In
the Fourth ward, at the court houee; in the Fifth
ward, at the engine houee of Ihe Anchor lire com
pany. Said election will be oneued at eicht
o'clock In the morning and contiunn opened until
even o'clock lu the afternoon ot amn ay
By order of the city council. 1). J. FuLlY,
HARRIS REMEDY C0.,U,.
PR06. HARRIS' PASTILLE RtMEOY
I mw-M u-i vi ii -re wm VUtlrr
Uvm Ntioui titd fhyiiuai labf).
nr. Praiuftiur F.itiftUfttiu aiiil
9 am (juickl; aujcJ rtdlotliy cttrM.
Th KeiD4.T It pat up lu boici. So. I UttliLft m morjubf, $L
't t rort. uqi lit w?i:re atw.) fftiH.!
(lMiliiRthrem'tiibt, mnt bv mail in i, .m r.i,i-..
Miaf tua dirtv Mitl CLt4 of cur mqi mtwA u injii-rmiuajL
torif tiprieiu; m vuflmc iiifft ol Uio Jiloo4 hkin maA
Bwma .Srrvoun Ocbliltv, Imnou-iirj', Orffsalo
VnbntM, 4.tjnorrli(iii HrphlllUi' U'i MiWMrtnl
AVnesUoH Itvclnily tM-tlJ oi c.ttlUlta liltliWl
Hk Ravr nod iurv rf miill. ( iil or writ fur Mil of Oua
Uh t m atiiwcpffl by tho 4f)lriti trvtaiinriil hjr malt,
(lrMaMRriua fnM Ktiplarr iMakl ti' aeldrr,
ftad Lram aomrlblnt In Ittrlr atataj" m In.
i.4drc hit, HI T I , K N. Htli KC Usla,
tSTAUUMllKl) fiVtU TU1UT1T VEAlif.
A favorite t.reacrliitlon of one of the
moat noted nod aucceaarul vpeciallHta In tli C .
(now retired) for thentirnof .Ver--on ttrbiHty,
Uiout .1ti'"hoot, l raknril ltecau. Sent
lu plain aeui.u"UvelupuVc., DruKSHU tu till lu
Addrea OR. WARD & CO., Louiiltna. Mo.
A BOM H M
AD Uiom mha from Imlliflrrtleni, .ir.iirt or othar eaoaM are
wnk, ann.rvnl, in .pirltcil, rnyairalir (lnlnl, anA uuaMa M
fjarTumi lire a itialli iriiH'rlr, can ! ocrifinir and panai
DDiv ourm, viiiiuiii atom.trh mrikiiii.. KtnluriM brdootor.
klolaurt ani lh, pru. Tha M'lUcat HVuv mri: Til. old
Elaaoftniailai rou lletillllr, I'hr.lijilllMay.Ae
i wholly .urwriMi it by I II K M 1(M ON IIOI.Lb.w Era)
awtiMa ewa.' ititiM uro.rt.in ri-.Uiratloo h full .ad per
( Biankovd. Siinl., nl-cin.', ol.tnir, iawub ts4
lot ferMilii. Oiniiiil'Atl.'D wttli ihr"l.t.a rr.t.
aUJUTON UEMIUIY CO, 40 W. Itlh BU Ht lark.
18 MANDFACTURBD BY
FESH BEOS. Qi GO.,
WK MARK KVBRY VARIETT OF
Farm, Freight and Spring Wagons,
a.... . ... 1 1.. a- K A.ni.livln.r nna fT4H
ly Jt'll Nil 1 II 1 UlHnillYWB DIULMV iU UNO C
OIIHUKN, nalnif nothliiK hut FUO
'of sELLCTED TIM LI hit, and by a T
. . rrii
LU1' I Va a,ru,4 V M iIWMI tain tl J ) 1UV1IVVW" -
l...lu ainl ttm Minn t ill inn tYt.il.l....
"THE BEST WAGON ON WHEELS."
Manufacturer liavo ahnllahnd tho warranty, but Agent may, on tholr own reapouBlblllty, glva
the tol lowing warranty with each wagon, If ao agreed: ... .,
We Hornby Warrant the FISH BROS. WAGON No ..to bt wl lniadn In ew ry par tte.
nlarand ol Rood uiatrrlal, and that the .trongth of the eanio ra "n(Jn Za, material
naaK. ShotTld any broaknijo occur wllhln one year from tbl date r '"n ' l'vf "
or workmanahlp, repair. fr the umewlll be furnlahod at place of aalo,
prle of aald repair, aa per agenl1 prlu Hat, will bo paid lu ceeu by the purcUaeer producluu a
aainplo ot the bmkon or defoctlro part an tvldence. ..,.. .
. BnowluKwanuUou,wwllcltr.atronB"Jrom every .action ot the UulUd SUtoi. Bead
lot 9ik and Terrney aalof a copy ( iu MAN M0? bo., Haclue, Wife
OFFICIAL UIKKCTOBf .
iHuyor N. It. Thletlowood.
1'reaaurnr T. J, Kerth.
Clerk lleunla. J, Foley.
Couuielor Win. 11. Uilbort.
JHiirahui L. II. Meyer,
Attorney William Uundrtt-ka.
aOABO or ALOBHMIII
Klrat VVard-Wm.Miillale.T. M. Klinhrouuh.
decond Vard-Jua llmlcle, O. N. Hauhea
Third Ward B. F, Uluke, John Wood. '
Fourth Ward-Charlea O, Pallor, Adoiph 8wo
Will Ward-T, W. Uallldav. Erneit it. Pettlt.
Circuit Judne JJ. .1. Ilaker.
Circuit Cleric A. 11. Irvin.
County Judne-J. II. Loblnaon .
County Clerk a. J. Jliimiu.
County Attorney J. M. liainron.
County Treaaurer Mliu W. Parker.
Sheillf John lloditca.
Coroner It. Fitzgoraiil
County CommUaioneraT. IV. Ualilrtuy, J, II.
Mulcahey aud Puler .sauu
CAIRO BAPTIST. Corner Tenth and Poplar
atreeta; pr..achtnK ttielaud tnird buudaya iu
dacta mouth, II a. m. aud7:'i0 . m.j prayer meet
ok Thursday, 7 p. ni. ; Sunday aciiool, H::tu a.m
Rev. A. .1. H riSS Paator.
pHURCll OF TUB KKLtK.EM ER (Eplacopal
VJ Kourteeiith ttreet; Hundny 7:IHia in., Hoiy
Communion 10::!o. tn., M in.inK l'rayere 11 a. m.,
buriday cchooi 8 p. m., Ev. nlrn Prayara 7."io p.m.
F. P. Davenport. 8. T. It. Rector.
INKST MISSIONARY' 11API1ST CHLRCil.-
Preaeblnjt at 10:S0 a. n.., S p. tn., and 7:20 p. in.
tahbatU acuool at 7:ao p. tn Hev, T. J. Shore,
I IIT11RRAN llilrt eti'h atr.et; rTlte hah
l4 bath 1:J0 a. m.; BunJiiy a' houISp u. Rev.
Ks' PpH, pa.tjr.
K.THODIST-Cor. ElhlP at.d Walnut .ireeta
M Preachlnc Hehhath li:W).nn. ud 7:W p. m.
undi.y fjcliool at d:0u p. m. llev. J. A. Soairett,
f ) HLS1J VI EKI AN Eighth alreet; preacau(( 00
L Sabbath at 1 1 :uo a. m. and 7:p. ui. prayer
uectlni Wedneadav nt ', :;H p. m.; Suiiday Bthol
it S p. m. Rev B. V. 'Jeore, paator.
ST.JOSKPH b--iKomr.n l aiLullc) Comer Croa
and Walnut etrue'ai aervlrea 3-i'ihaib lu:30.
n.; Suuday Sch.xd at i p, ni. ; VYxpere 3 p.m.; oi
ncta every day at 8 a. m. Rov. o'Hnra. I'rieat.
ST. PATRICK'S (Roman Catholic) Corner Nit th
atreet and Waablniton avenunj aervke Sab
oath Hand 10 a. m.; Veaper 3 p. m. ; bunday School
I p. in. aervlce every day at a a. m. Rev. Haateraoii
ii.tt. TIME CARD AT TAIKO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R.
TIUlNa IHI-AKT. THiSaiKBIVf.
Mall S;0J a m I tMall 4Mb a.m
t ccom dalion. 11:10 a.m Expree ...... .11 :lua.ru
tExpree 3:S0 p.m J Acuimdalioii ..4;lfi p m
C. St, L.4 N. O. R. R. (Jackaon Route).
tMall 4M a.m tMall .. . .. 4:fp.m
tKiprea........ l(l::0a m I tKxpr.-'e 10:tuam
tAc uiodaliou 3:M'p.m
KT. L. C. R. R. (Narrow Gauge )
Kxpre S:i5.m 'Kxpr.. 4::Hp.m
Accom'dation. 1 :uo p.m i Accow'datlou 11:4.) a m
ST.L., I M AH. K . R
tExpree l.ai'p.in tKxpree 2:J p 3
WAIIASH, ST. LOUIS 4 PACIFIC ICY CO.
Mall K.... ft:iUvmMall A Ex.... tl bu p.m
Accom'dation 4:i' p.m I Accom'da'.lou 1 1W a.m
rreilit ..m....7.4o a.m. Frell'ht ;4." p.m.
Uaily except Suuday. t Daily.
MOBILE 4 OHIO U. R '
Mall VI a. m. I .Mail. 0:10 p.m.
JT. LOUIS & CAIRO R.R.
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
oMASDama 'UDAr, ocroBKn 2!.
Kxpreaa and Mall leavea Cairo, every day cit;,i
S'iriday, at 3:15 a m. Arrlv.a at F.aet St. Luuil at
i; p. in Arrive, at Cairo at 4:15 p. in.
Accommodation arrive at 11:40 a. m. and de
parte at I. "Op. m.
LLixNOlS CENTRAL R. R.
Sliortest and Quickest Route
Hi. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Iino Running
9 DAILY TIlAINcJ
Makiko DiiiioT Connection
THAtNt Liavi Caiho:
:Ofj u m. Mail,
Arriving lo . Louie 1:45 a m ; Chicago, B.:.i p.m.;
Connect k at odln and tlfllnKham for Cincin
nati, I. t uvlile, Indlanapolia and point Eact.
11:1 i a.m. ft. I jouir nml NVitorn
rriv',nx in St. I.ouia 7 :0r p. m., and cuTinectlng
for all points Weal.
.'i.fjO r.m. l''at fcxpr.'ax.
F ir St. Loula and Chicago, arriving at St. Louis
10:40 p m., and Chicago 7 :Ui a m
.'1'50 p in. Cinciiinuti KxprKH.
Arriving at i 'lu cl ..null 7:00 a.m.; t.ouiaville U:U
a m.; Indiauapolia 4Mb a.m. Paeeunifer by
thi train reach the above points ly to 3d
llul'RS lu ailvauce ol any other route.
Ity-Thc a:iw p. m. expreea has PULLMAN
si.hEl'INU CAlt Cairo to Clnciuuatl, without
chance, and Ihroiij-li eleej era lo St. l.ouls and
Fast Timr i'iiirst.
'iik.-1'iMlirft.u h-T lhl llno eolhroutth to Uaat.
Uftiit 11,1 I n ,.ru poinia without any delay
eauecd hv Sunday liiturveiilini. Tlie Saturdiiy after-
Oi.on tialu from Cairo arrive In new Vok Jrlondny
tinrnlui; at 10.SS. Thirty-six hours In advanceuf
nv other route,
(.V1 For through ticket and further information,
apply at Illinois Central Rnllroud Depot, Cairo.
.1. II. JONKS, Tl . t A Kent.
A. II. HANSON. Nfi. l'aee. Anent. Ct.liao
elaaaof works by cinploylnir. none but tho 23oat
CLASS IMPROVED MACHINERY and the VERY
- if,innii KNOWl ttnilK nf tho busluea. we hay