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THE DAILY. CAHIO WJM.ETIN: WKDNKSDAY MOHNINtl, MARCH g, S83.
fTRYIrtC TO MOID D0WN"j
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fc '-?t IT AM B OU NO TO Rl St
PURE CREAM TARTAR.
B1QOO. Given f a
If slum r tuiyJiiiurioua suIisIimhx ran be found
In AnctTws' Teurl Unking Powder. Is P"
lively PURE, liolim emloi-Mil, buI Utlmoulali
received irom such clicmistsHsS. Dbim Hitys, lion
ton: M. lK'lafoi'UiIiie, of Chlcio; nnd Ou.-Uivus
Bode, Mihvuitkiv. Nvrr sn'd ui lmlk.
C. E. AIDREWS A CO.
16 Micl.iuaii Av. 2?7. an & W K. Water
i j..t- fv,v..fc o vrnmi'li d HS'IS-
fuetiitrtoiiH wv-uriv iu every vu;
vt tho monv will refunded by
tho person lioio v. 'uol. ' itwiif t'ii;.dit.
Th oittrrr.' pnoir.wl bv w I' '.' ,' V",!''',"
Health IWrvlnif. 1.;.0. f.lf-Adju-Hnir. Jt&O
AbdomlnHl (estr heavy. AS.OO. iir;nir. l-&0
Health l're.ervli. l!ne otn!l' .0(. Paron
H.lrl-uu'rrliii- ifl ''!'.
Frale by K-adiiis Ketidl nil .rervvhrre.
C'UlC.ltiU COitol :X .. I-:cao, 111.
4 HAS DEEM PROVED
3 Th SUREST CURE tor
1 KIDNEY DISEASES.
IXXXm uuno iHfcu WJTVLADW4W v -----tht
you wo ft victim P TiiEH DO WOT,
H nai i-a i k; ujkj .ea-Luoat.-jr - w W"T'
1 n ri! pc. ..L,,1.!
and woaknoflsM, juonoy- wonu uubu
'Jlbriok duet or ropy deposit, nd dull dragfflnff
'My Irluuil, K.C. La-pnr't. t tliin city, lined to
liertrnwn double from th l fiil K d'ny JJiin'iie
Kldni'v-Wori ri'iirii him. ' Iiih. M Khd7, Drue
Kl t. Allehtmy Citv. I'd . Au.
IS A SURE CURE
tor all diseases of the Kidneys and
i t .-ifl. aaJmm .m iVia vnrsat Imtuwtiint
orgwi, DbUntf it to throw off torpidity tud
i i nsr r 1 1 hm-'9
condition, effecting 1U regular dichr5.
IicllCiriC. nlirl lmvotha n!:l'.l
it bUioua, dyspeptio, or oonttlpalod, Kidnuy
Wort will rnimly rohvend quickly euro.
In the Ppruig torleajuwi tho Byi .cm, every
.)imiM tti lift A flinrnui7h Ofjuraft of it.
U- SOLD BY DRUCCIST8. Price II.
"l'v (Hiuck .il'.f. in two!noi'1li'." rl'ei Mr.
J. ( rr. ofTri-ntop. 11: . ( ir i ). nn'l km
nui-1 mni J't milrrid i'h 1 iv rdiHonJerf since
IS'i. Ki'iti'-y Wur. a urn jii. "
ctFOR THE PERMANENT CURE IF
I t . - l ... A 1- A .
I ClOUr. WMWW UW uowi vcr vus wivw
HILklUi nlktnk fa wnrv a tit to bo'
iUoTxpUrmtod irithoonttl paLion. Kidney-Wort!
Uuroo all kind of Pile oven when pbyuouuia
-L -J kfnH Ml(
PRICE 1 1
S'rni t' v,ij,1k frutu h Miiw oik clc inmiin: '
1'MIK"ITT,KCII,V riCOIMIll'llll kill Jl )' Oft . It
rrivitlvieiivfl'i'd me," h Hey. ( . '.. hfinlile. of
MuUuwL, N. Y.
"For 12 (,'' rlt 1 vin fin T Al"'ll. of
Oitorz t, Vt.. "1 f iut.d i o r.illff Irmn il , iintU I
irictl K tlni-y Wort, h iiak ulkii nr. ''
THE CREAT CURE
RHEUM AT- S 11
A. It la tar U to. paUJul dlnmuu. of the
KIDNEYS.UVCK AND B0WCL8.
It QlMIlftM Ilia avHU-m i II... n ,t i
IbU MW Ui. ilri'iu fill .i. -
- w. H.u till UVIOT'll
otuj me Tioumi or iiiionmeticn rni reollia.
f th woret funu. uf tliie U-rr.lilu dlKneee'
lukv been qulokly rrllovwl. eml in eUurt time
t mice. ft. nqtiuoii unr, wmu nt uutMUKTK.
... llMfl.ll llM..!.!
I WIXU, ttlCTUJlUHOW Co..l'.r)lntfn Vt
"1 liml luliltnsl cotlvoiiBi. piiln In tliu loo k
find riieuiDKtt-tii, ' write , J. Hcotl, HuiIIukIou,
Vl Kltrtiey-Wuit lute iL'HRIIthvm nil."
tf pm r A wwik nuilu m timrio tiy the luilti"
J J W Itrioii. iu,'. i onH!iiif now Imforw tliu
I itllnlr. ( iIIhI not tiesctuil, Ws
r I I Jwlll Klnrl, jiiii. Men, women, hoy"
IT slid itirli" wmiifd cvervwhervto work
tor tin. lSiiwi'tlio tltiiii Yon t'sn
work la iprr umv. or kiv vour wimlu (Imti U tin
bunijiwt. No other liti'ltin will pur Ton tu Hriy
e wll Nr wtmukii lull In mukii tiuoituod. iy,
hysuKSituliicstane. t;o.iy nutDt suit tertii Iree
Money tiuilit fut. r.elly, ntn liouomlily. Aililn'ee
'J HLE A CO., AUicuntu.iimUH-
t 41 II
TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
A VOICE IN THE STORM.
Not in all tho little Cornish fishing
villupnof Tolgnrvin was anothfr cottagu
us Miotli'ss ami as in'rM'tly kept hs tlnjt
in whifli lived Diuiii'l Weston and Ins
two niotlierlesH pirls.
Ciraec, with Iter honest, brown eyes
ami sweet month, whie.h, fail as tliey
lnhWit to give her Kaehel'H beauty, had
a wonderful eharm of their own, if any
one might chnnt'o to find it out. And
lalterlv, no work had seemed hard to
(iiaee," for she fancied sonio one had
found it out.
She could scarcely remember when
she had not cared for Steve Tregaskis,
but only lately sho had learned to blush
at his coming, and to sigh at his fare
well. For Steve was captain of a boat
of liis own, ami often was absent for
loii!; weeks on some cruise.
lie was at home now, and (irneo had
hurried through her tasks to-day, for ho
had asked her yesterday to meet him on
the el ill" this afternoon alone.
Refreshingly tho cool autumn win
blew upon her flushed cheek. It alone
would hear, later, what secret Steve
wished to whisper in her ear. Already
he was awaiting her.
'You are late," he said, reproachful
ly, when she had come within Bound of
"I could not help it, Dick,1' slio an
swered. "You knew I wanted to.be
"Yes, (irace; yon never yet denied a
wish of mine,""was his reply, "and I
hope you'll not dream of denying what 1
came to ask jou to-day, for it's t lie one
wish nearest my heart. Sometimes I
have fancied you have guessed it with
out the telling. Is it so?"
Hotter surged the crimson tide into
her face at his eager speech, while her
downcast eyes sought the ground.
Maybe I've guessed it Sieve," she
'Ave, so I thought! and you can
tiinleiVtaiid why I wanted to speak first
to j (Mi, and to ak if you thought there
was any chance forme. I'm so rough,
and strong, nnd big, you know, (irace,
and she's Mich a frail, beautiful child,
lint, oh, (irace, my love would make
me that tender of ' her Why, (irace,
what's tin; matter? Have I surprised
you, after all?"
"A a little," she stammered.
For she knew now that her dream
was dead. It was her sister whom Sieve
loved who had taken the brightness
and left her the shadow always. Hith
erto the division had seemed equal to
her. Why not now?
"You've no need to make me vour
inlcrecsMtr. Steve," she aid.
would be proud to win voti."
And so she gave him courage to set
forth on liis wooing. Her words, too,
held tlie spirit of propliesv. Itcforo the
sun set, Dick had won Rachel's promise
to 1m me Ids wife.
"There's no better man in these
parts," Rachel sleepily confcsxal to her
sister, as she laid her beautiful head
that night on her pillow; "and I sup
pose 1 must be married some day. Rut,
oh, I hate the thought of living on here
"Rachel;" exclaimed (irace, with a
choking at her throat, " don't you love
"I suppose so," was tho answer.
"I'm sure I'm too sleepy to discuss the
So (irace learned her second lesson
on that fateful day, and as tho weeks
rolled on, a shadow came into Steve's
face a shadow which deepened into
pain the jiain born of knowledge.
And (irace saw, with growing sadness,
that he was not blind.
So' February came, and Steve again
must say farewell, and now for a longer
"I can't get back before April, Rachel
dear," he said, wistfully: "but I'll take
a holiday then. And! Rachel, won't
you let me take it with my wife? You're
used to sailor's way, love,' and you won't
mind my leaving' you now and then;
but it'll make all the difference in the
world to me. On the darkest night ut
sea, I shall fancy the lamp burned by
my wife at m v own 1 earthstonu shines
out, across the blackness, the star to
guide me home!"
"What nonsense!" answered the girl.
"Rut I suppose it might as well be over
one time as another, so I'll try to be
ready by your return."
At that, moment (irace, who had been
sitting silently at the further end of tho
Mom, lifted her eyes, nnd hers and
What was it passed from each n
lightning flash into tliu other's soul? It
each read too late the truth -if (irace
was avenged at last, their loyalty would
never give them the sweetness of con
fession. The next day Steve sailed, but he and
Oraee did not meet again. She con
trived to be absent w lien he canio to say
So the weeks flitted by, bringing near
er and nearer the time of Steve's return.
"There' a heavy storm brewing,"
said the father, one evening in the latter
part of March. "I would that Steve
were wife in port."
(irace glanced up, ntartled. but Rachel
"He's breasted Mtui'ms before, to-day !"
And not even when the tempest, true
to the old sailor's prophecy, burst forth
in nil ils fury, did she seem to fear, or
weigh her spirit with her .lover's safely.
J' or three tlays and nights Urn slorin
king reined, 'but.! yet Rachel's cheek
did ndl pale, and song nnd laughter
were still upon her Jips..
The third night t)i storm was at Its
height. Rachel lay wleejdng peacefully
on her pillow, and even (inwat, exhaust
ed by long wakcfuliu', had sunk Into
a troubled slumber.
Suddenly she started ami nit upright
in the lied, us if listening eiigerlv, in
tently. "Rachel! she orieiL "Rachel, wake
tip! Steve luw come! Hear! He is
calling tnel Once, twice, thrice I have
heard my name, above all tliu outside
inn and roar!"
Languidly Riiehel oponed her blue,
sieety eyes. ,
"l oil are dream inr. (!rae(i."lin Kni.l
'You could hot hear a human voice, on
such a night; besides, whv should SUvo
cull on voii?"
"Hark! There It is nguln;" spoko
,'jp" iPmui.v ou ,UUMl liu'"' It, Kueli'
"I hear nothing but the itortn and
your folly. A likely thing my lover
would come calling to you in tho night!"
and she (dosed her eyes to sleep.
Grace listened a while longer, then s
midden change swept over her, and she,
too, sank back on her pillow with a
smile of peace.
The morning sun streaming through
tho window, proclaimed the temjiest at
an end; but Rachel was the lust to
awaken, strango to relate. (Jraco jdept
on by her side.
Rachel leaned over to arouse licr, and
lightly laid her hand upon her check.
Tho next instant a shriek of terror ratio
through the house, (iraeo slept the
slee) that knows no waking.
"A faulty action of tho heart all un
suspected, A was tho verdict tho phy
We will not contradict him, but that
very day fragments of Steve's gallant
ship were washed ashore, and Steve
himself, its bravo captain, came novel
more to claim his bride.
Witiiin the year Rachel had pledged
to another tho vows sho had so neatly
sworn to him, nnd her double sorrow
was forgotten; but what was the voice
(irace heard, and how she answered it,
we may only read in tho smile which
rested on her dead, cold lips, as though
bho only slept and dreamed a dream.
A Bate Uc3an Track.
In the summer of 1S75, during which
great ijuantitiOs of ice wero encoun
tered, I began to experiment on running
south to clear thefog. I'rohably the
Idea originated from my know ledge, of
the course taken by the old New York
and Liverpool packets, nearly all of
which, on leaving Sandy Hook, in the
spring and summer months, steered east
by south true until they were to the
eastward of 70 (leg. longitude, and
crossed the .Vith meridian very rarely to
the northward of 4:5 deg. latitude," and
generally in 4-' deg. or smith of that
parallel. In the course of one or two
seasons, on comparing our lojs of pre
vious years and those of oilier steamers
leaving about the same dates, with our
logs on the southerly route, the convic
tion became irresistible that crossing
60 deg. west to southward of 11 deg.
latitude, was the safest course eastward
bound. I am fully aware of the many
arguments that may he used against
this southern route for both east and
west bound steamers; among others,
the (itilf Stream, the longer distance,
the discomfort to passengers in a
crowded ship, the exees-ive heal in tho
tire-room, and probably many otbws;
but, after much attention to the subject,
I am convinced that these objections
are more than counterbalanced by nl
most certain immunity from fog and
ice, or the assurance thai, if tho latter
is encountered, it will be in clear
weather: I have therefore continued
crossing the meridians of .i'i deg. ami 45
deg. farther to the southward every
year during the ice-nionths. until in tho
present y ear after having made
ten passages cast and west, from March
to August inclusive, only one hour and
thirty-one minutes of fog has been en
countered between Cape Heulopcn and
Cape Clear on the eastern passages, and
that was experienced in vi deg. west in
the month of March; and, on the west
ern passages, nine hours and forty-three
minutes in May, to the westward of 70
deg. longitude, and six hours and thirty-six
minutes in August, between the
2;M and 3:hl meridians; while not a par
ticle of ice has been seen during the en
tire season. Hergs have no doubt been
reported to tho southward of these
tracks this year, but very rarely, and so
few of them reach this latitude that the
hances of seeing anv are verv small.
From "Ji'tbi.rys and Fo'j in the Sort h
Atlantic," by I'ajtain J, IC. Pha- Lford,
in I'opular ticienve Monthly fur Mnrrh.
Too Much Dreaming.
A New Yorker who ' spent several
weeks in the Mack Hills country last
fall met w'.th some rare chances as soon
as he left Denver. The first party took
nun aside and began ,
"Sav, stranger, are you after a mine?"
"Do vou want the biffffest spec, in the
"1 might take it."
'Then vou lav low. A sick man over
here has dreamed three times running
of finding the richest silver mine in the
world, and I'll got all the directions as
to how to find it for $.WU ca-sh down."
The oiler was not accepted, and
within a few hours a second party had
a "liml on hand that his brother had
Ireatued out. The third man wanted
to sell his father's' dream for ft'JOti, and
the fourth hal a dream of his ttw n to
sell for spot cash. When the fifth one
began negotiations the New Yorker cut
urn short with:
"Say, don't do it; you are the fifth.
man who lias tried the dream business
on me tlni week. Don t vou do any
thing but dream out here?"
"Well, there's a good deal of dream
ing around this loealitw" plaeullv an
swered the man -"in fact, too much of
If some of (he bovs dou'l iitiit the
business. I reckon I'll imvu to go back to
salting up mines and selling out to Chi
History RppeaU Itself.
Dow n at the Kimball House last Sun
day, one of a partv remarked:
"1 see that iiatli has discovered the
curious fact that at the end of the revo
lutionary war there were but very few
mules in this country."
"Is that so?" asked an obi ex-Con
"So it says here in the paper."
"Well, now, do you know I discover
ed the same sort of thing at. Vicksburg
about the time the siege was over?"
"I believe you had to cat mules out
"Yes, and that was one of the worst
blows ever dealt to Southern progress."
"'Cause them mule steaks started a
breed of kickers that wo will never get
rid of inside of thren generations. And
it hurt tho causo of music too."
"How was that?"
"The mule shnnk soup ruined every
tenor voice in the army!
After that tho mule (ptcsiiou was
dropped from the conversation.
Rurdetle, the humorist, was in Cin
cinnati when tho Hood was atils height.
He mild to a reporter: "It's almost as
bad as a Uurlington cyclone. Indeed,
it strikes mo as being a cyclone reduced
to liquid form." ,
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LAIli;it KAMNiJ llt.'VlNU ISe. 6I7E.
htnU of lllino!. Circuit Court of Alex
.rd under county, lucban
Couuly of AluXHiuli r I eery
Wil le Maud IVrkin
Henry T. .larkson and Arra Jackon.
Public notice i In r;by iriniii. that, in puruati e
of a decree made and entered by -aiii court In tho
above entitled csuioi, on the Is.n day of ociobcr,
A. I) ls-', I, Alevan ler II Irvin. miter In chan
cery ot the oaid cir uil c urtof Alexander coJtity,
WKDNEMlAY. THK 2aTiI DAY (K MAKCli.
IssJ. at the hour of II o'coek lu tho
forenoon. at the tonthwi i-terly door
of thecourt bouc, in the city ot ( at o, county of
Alexander, and latu I II inm. ft ii at public auc
tion to the hlfhent and bei-t bidder, for cuh,all
aud,ini.' dar, tho follow itiK dedcrilied prnmlti and
real evtate in nnid derree Uleutloiied. Mluate 111 said
county of exdiider and t ate of Illlnot,
or o much thereof in hl lie mitlcleiit totlsfy
said decree, tn-wlt: s-,ii!ieat quarter t ie
Uorlhert quarterof eel oil No. fourdj.lU town
hlp No. eesentcen (IT'. oiith a'.d In range tso
(.'). wt uf i he third !i Im li a1 nieremau
uuiein aim, i ii ., .'inn u ;iu, ivj
Muiter lu ( baucery.
S. P. Wheeler, .'ouij dainaut' Sosicittif.
ClTi ( I EuK'8 O I'll S, (
Caiiio. III., ilarch Mfi. f
Pub'.lc notlco 1 hi rely g ven that on Tueedar the
17th day of April, A. I) !S1, a netierrfl election
will be held in the cl y of Cairo, county of Alexan
der, Hate of Miuni. I'.ir the eiectlou of the follow
ing named officer, v t: A ruayor, city clurk. el'y
trea-un r, rt'y ailoiuey and one a.de man :row
each of th live wirdt ot trie city. For the pur.
poC (if ald elec ion p ill w 11 he opened at the
followluir named place, vl.: , In the Firt Wjrd. at
the engine bull ot the Aran fire cuiutiati) ; In tho
hewnil ward, at the ermine boue of Hie Itouub
and Heady lire c uti anv; In the I tilrd ward, M the
eugine hoii-e i f the Hibernian lire company; In
the Kouith ward, at the court hoile; n the Fif'h
ward, at ihe eu.'.ne houe of the Aueh r lire com
pany. Said election will bo opened at eUht
o'clock lu the mornlne; anil continue opened until
seven o'rloek In the nftcri.oon ol inn i ay
P.y Older of the city coiinril. H.J. FOI.KY,
HIE CITY .NATION .IL HANK"
Tl ulllll 1.I.VEK.
O A PITA I,, .$ 1 OO.000
A (ieiioral liaukin? husiufss
TIIOS. W. If A1II1)A .
P NTBKPIltiK SAVIN U li. N h .
Of Cairo. .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINHS I'.AMi,
THOS. WMI AI.l.I DAY
PKOPKIliTOU K r-'I'ttOATH MATKNT
Refrkj Kif atok Oaks,
Wholot-'iih.? Dt'aloi- in lee.
I(J1 I'.YTIIE Wll I.OADOItTON.V. Ki.L
TACtK!) FOl SIIlI'PINt-
:,r l.oiul n Spot rial rv.
t ) fr ic it; l-i 1 1
0iv.'j'vr!ri iStrcel itnd J;-v',
cM'to. ir.r.T Noit
f 1( t
IS MANUFACTUKliD UY
FISH BROS. & 00.,
WK MAKE EVBUY VAK1HTY OF
Farm, Freight and Spring Wagons,
And by conlliiliii! ourselves strictly to olio r,las of work; by employing lions but tho Bofjl
of WOUK.HlttN, ttsltiLt nothing hut FlltHT-CLASB 1MPKOVKI) MACIIINl'.HY and thu VKKY
BEST of biaiiCTr'l) TrtlHISU, Slid by o TUOKOUUli KNOWLKDU1I of tho bnsluci,we hnvs
justly earned tho roputtuion of making
"THE -BEST WAGON ON WHEELS."
Maiiiifucttirurs. nave abolished the warranty, but Atronts msy, ou lliolr own responsibility, Klvo
tho following witrrnnty with oacll wsgon, II so agreed!
Wo llorntiv Wnrrniit tho FIHlI 11U0H. WAOON No to ln woll mudo In every partlc
nlarandolKoot nmt'rlul, und Hint thes trciitrlli of the same Is siimclent for all work with fair
usttife. Should any pmikauo occur within one your from this dam by reason of de uctlvo muter al
or workmanship, repairs for tho same will bo iirnlslie.l at place of sale, froo of charge, or tho
prleo of suld rspnlrs, as por ngntit's prlco list, will bo paid lu cash by tho purchaser protluelug a
sample ot the broken or defective parts uu evidence.
Kuowlna ws eau suit yon, ws solicit pntronags from every section of tho Uultcd Statue. Bend
taMM.il Terms, uit jjgW H.cl, UlS.
OFFICIAL UIUKCTOU V.
."nnyorN. H. Tbiatlewood.
Trea,irer T J . Kerth.
I lerk I'eiiiila. .1, Foley.
t'ouiiulorNVia. Ii. Gilbert,
lumbal I.. 11. Meyer,
Attorney William Hendricks.
UOAHU Or ALtiXH.III
Flrl Ward-W'ru.MclUle. T. M". Klinlirough.
Second Ward- Juao lln.ule, 0. N. iiuuhea.
Third Wnrd-H. K, Hlaliu, John Wood.
Fourth Ward-Charles 0. Pallor, Adolph 8wo
h)da. Fifth Ward-T. W. Hallldav, ICrnrsl A. Psttlt.
lrcnlt Jutitce U. J. linker.
Circuit Cleik A. II. Irvin.
County JudRO J. II. IioIiIdhou.
( onuiy Clerk h. J. liiinnii.
Couuty Attorney J . M, Dumron.
Couuly Treasurer Miles W. l ai kur.
Sheilif John Iloducs.
Coroner It. Fit.(erutd
Couuty C'oinmlp.tuuurs T. W. Ilalilday, J,
Mulcuhey and Peter cau j
C1AIKO BAP n .ST. -Corner Tenth and Poplar
J streets; pruachlnn flrtaud third Sundays In
oach moutli, II a. m. and 7::Hl p. in. : prayer meet
iiik Thursday, 7:3 j. in. ; Hutiilar hod, : io a.m
Itev. A. J. II HHi Pa tor.
pllPWH OP THK HMEKMKK HKjdsopa'
(.J FoiirteoMh street; Sunday 7'tia in., Holy
t.'oniinunion lUi.'lUs. m., M n.in; i reyur II a. in.
Sunday scluol8p. m., Km nine. Piaj ti 7:10 p.m.
If, P. Kuveuport, ti. T, II. 1; loi.
1,'illKT MUSblUNAH V UAHTsT CIIL'UCIi.
V Preai hli.).' al U):S!1 a. n.., S p. m., and 7:o Si. m,
abbatb school at 7;.jl) p. id Kev. T. J. (shores,
ii a or
J IJ'I'IIKUAN THrtcentii etnet; s.rvites hah
I bath tillli a. m ; Bui.dny di,iolap m. l(v.
MK.'lloiJlST-Cor. KIK'litr and Walnt i,-.,ts,
IfrcuciiiiiK Kal.hsilt ll;(ia. ni. ii;d 7 ."t4 p. m.
si udnv .scliool at d Oi. p. m. llev. J. A. Scarrclt,
fl(i:.sliVTi:it!AN -t!.'hlii sifeei; presenilis on
hahliatli at 11:10 a. i and "rJp. m.; prayer
reetliiK Weiluesilar at I.Wii). m.; (Sunday Dchiol
113 p.m. Hev B. Y. Jaorn, i trior.
BT. JOSH I'll fc-ilii.mun i'ati.oiic) Corner Cross
and Walnut streets; rivi'.et (ibl.ii'.h It'i'yla.
'.; Sunday School at i p. m ; Ve-, -r J p. ro.: set
rice every di;y al 8 a in. !y. (Ham, Priest.
OT. PATKICK'8 -l Koiaau Caihollc) Corner Nlntri
0 street and Wahli.ftoii avenue; tervice bab
Bath Sand 111 a. m.; Vmptrw 8 p. it. ; b.iniUy School
1 p. m. services every da, al a a.m. Hev. Miwterioil
IJ. U. TIME C'AItl) AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CiNlltAl. It. .
tihinb narAitT. Tla AiiMiva.
Mail . 05 a.m I tafall 4:i s.m
t Acroiu'datiou.lt :I0 a.m I 1'iure i :io a.iu
lExpresi 8;Wp.m j Accomdauou. .4;ls p m
C. Sr. I. Si N. O. K. U. (Jackson Hoiite).
(Mall :41s. to I t.Mall . .. 4 )p m
tKxpress l'i: rn tJJipre. lli.,u a w
t Ac'modatiou 8: If p in
HT. 1 f. It. It. (Nur-uw Gauye )
Kxprs Silna.ni Krprs 4:H5 p.m
Actoiu'datlon. l.ooj,.iii Accoia'ua'.luu 11.40 a m
8T. I.,, IV ASK. It
tKiprces 10:.inp.ra tKipre i:st u in
WAHASU, bT I.Ul'H PACIFIC K'Y CO.
Vail hi.... Moo via Mall Ki.... i:l p. in
Vi-roiu'datlon I : p u Arcutn'datlon I'l Sda.m
Freiifht -.7 : 1 a.m. f Frel.d.t ;4r p.m.
iJally eicept Suj.day. t Daiiy.
MofllLK 4 OHIi) Ii. It
5:a. in. I Mail ,
.9:10 p. ia.
ftT. LOUIS & CAIUOlUs.
TRAI5S ItUN Art FOLLOWS.
oMAXDArrna hoida!1, ocronsa SI.
Exprees and Mall leaves Cairo, everr day neepi
Sunday, at :15 a m. Arnv,t at Kast St. Louis at
l:t. m Arrives at Cairo at i:Jf. m.
Accommodation arrives al 11 :40 a. m. and do
parts at I :0 p. ro.
ILLINOIS CKNTUAL U. IJ.
Shortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis and CJiicago.
Tho Onlv Lino liuntiiutr
Making Dikkot Connkotion
E ASTE11N LINES.
Thak's LSAtrt Caiioj:
;00 u m. Mriil,
Arrlvligln . Louis IMS a.m.; Cttici;o,ii:ai n.m. ;
ConniKt t at Odin and KtUnghain for Cfijciu
batl, L i isvdlle, Indlaunpolis and polult Kast.
11; I i a.m. tit. I.ouin and Western
Arrivlni? to bt. Louis 7:W p. in., and connecting,
for aif points West,
JJifiO i.m. l'iint KxiV(h.
For 81. Louis and I'hlcagri, arrlvim; al St. Louie
lu:4U p.m., und Chicago Ti'JO a m
MifiO p.m. Cliinmiwiti I'.IxproMH.
Arriving at Oinclanall 7:00 a.m.; Louisville ti:'5
a m.; Indianapolis 4;i6 a.m. i'aunt;ers by
this train reach the above points 111 to 30
tiuCliij in advance ol any older route.
ITheB;5fl p. m. express has PULLMAN
M.bKl'INU CAlt Cairo lo Cincinnati, without
clinnuos, and through sleeper to bt. J.ouls und
Fast Time litis t.
P.icliTltrOTvJ b-f lhl" lln' tliriiiiBh to Kast.
I ilMIIClr) ern points without any delay
caused by Hnudsv iLtervwiiliig. The Naturday after
noon train from Cairo arrive In new Yo'k Monday
iiorumg at loitl,'). ThIrty-elx hours lu advance of
nv other route,
4f-For through tickets nnd furthur Information,
ippty at llilliolt central iianroan uepot,..airo.
J. 11. JON KH, Ticket Agent,
A. II. HANSON. en. Pa, Agent. Chliago