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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNflVU. NOVEMBER 10, i8
THE GREAT GERMAN
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HACK At HE,
Soreness, Cull, Bruins,
tll lt.W M1U1I.
And all other bodily achat
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sold bv all Prugirtsts and
Iv.t.iT. ' Directions In 11
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NERVOUSNESS, SICK HEADACHE,
BHEUMATISM, NERVOUS WEAKNESS,
BRAIN WORRY, BLOOD SORES,
KIDNEY TROUBLES AND IRREGULARITIES,
CX$1.50 per bottleTOI
Tor testimonials and clreulari send ttamp.
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Correspondence freely answered by Physician
Sold by all Prugglste.
TO PRESERVE THE HEALTH
Uia the Magneton Appliance Co.'i
Magnetic Luna Protector !
PBICE ONLY 85.
The are priroles to ladies, okntlixcm and
childb n with wxak lcnus; nucase oi fmku'
oa oiionp in ever kn wn where these
garment are wo-n. Tny a'eo prevent and cure
aiART mrnnoLTira, cold, im-uh. tsM, hxuiul
14, TBROaTTHOCBLES, DlPUTHKBIA, ri Al KH, AMD
all kinuukd disxassj-i. Will wi.b any service
fiirTHHZi TEAiti), Are worn over the under-clutii-Ing.
J' T A T? UTT i 1 needless to describe the
YjA. 1 Alillll) tv Dptone of iblo nauseous tile-
eee that i sappluii the 1 to aud strength of only
too mauvofthe faietsnd beat of both sexes
Labor, tudy ai d ri-seirch la Amurlca, Europe and
Bitten laada. h ive resulted lutho Magnetic Lung
Proiecior. striding cure I ir Catarrh, a rmeoy
which e mtalu No Uhi-so no or mx Ststim, and
with the coutiauou stream o' Manetim per
inea' Ing tbrougl the afflicted organs, mdst BK
TOBK THXMTO A HIlLTKI 0T0N. Wl fliAOI " I'B
patci fo tan App iancoat les than one-twen'leth
of the price aeked ty others for remedies upon
which y.m tike nil the chance, and w xspicial
tT invits tie natnmue ot the mast pkbsons who
have t leJ uauouiso thbib itm .cub wuuout r
rxcr. HOW TO OBTAIN o5 ,oS? SmS"
glut and ak for them. K th-y have uot got them,
write t the proprietor, enclosing the price in let
ter, at oar risk nud thev ihall be sent to yon at
once by mill, pontpiid.
S-jnd aiaiup for 1 11 "New Departure In Medi
cs! Trent e it without Mf.ioi!s," whb. thou
sands of tesiim -u ial -.
TUB MAGNETOS AP LIANCK CO.,
21S -it ite Street, Chlciiw. 111.
Sotx. 9 -ad one dollar in po-Uge stamps or
curr ucy( n letter at unr rink) with f Ite of aboe
ni-ually worn, i' d try a pair of oui Maueiic In
aolen, mi oe c mi ired f the power re-id'nu In
our agnetlc Appliance P.iai ively no cold l-'et
where tuey are wjrn. or mon v refuudel. 1091y
ha- gained an enviable
r 1 uiati,n wherever
ki imii, d "placing a 1
WTARRH cclos'" .n
, thernreparatlnne. A
ait c e of undoubted
' V T W M
When absorbed it effect " ally cleanoe, the uaal
faa a'ei of v r i ciunlng ( enithy ecrctlcin
t aliivi" i flHimna'iMii, prvte-te the 1 e
bran l U lnif of the h "ad from aildl lotnl
cold" completely b'-ali" the a re aid rent 're the
tein' nf ta-te and ine)i. (ieu'-fl ial reaulia are
realiied hv a few anplleatlona.
a lUu'tiir.iil TntAI MK T WM.I.OURB.
Um q iaied lor IV.I'I ti: the Hetd, ileadac ie nd
Deafue-a, or, any k nil ol mucnni- niemoranal Irrita
tion. ' ei.d f.ir i iri u nr. Hv mnil, prepaid 50 c.
a packagnwMmp m-eived, sold by all whole
tale 1 nil retail d ueu''A
EtV'SCKhA.M BAI.M CO.. C'wego, '. Y.
PAUL BLACKMAU & CO.,
Tig . apids, Mich.,
Manufacturer! ted General Dealers In
from the saw
No price l'ta iaued, but will be pleated to Quota
delivered prices nu any graJe of Lumber, etc.,
By vlitne of an eieontlon laaaed out of tbe
dark office of the clictilt cart of Alexander com
ty and atate of 1i:'.iioi, and to me directed, where
bv I am commanded lo mike tbe amount of a cer
tain Judgment receutly obtained against H-nry
Hunak r !) fure A 1 ominif. H.M.. notice mairla-
trate to and fo- tberlty of Cairo ia aalrt county and
tats in favor of Jacob Bu ver, out nf the land,
tenement, good and chattula of the said Henry
Bansaker, I bavs levied oa tbe following de
scribed proierty.to-wlt: Lot numbered six (8). in
block numbered two 02), In the to oof Handiiakr.
in the county of l itud-r and e'nteof Illinois.
Therefor, according to said comma"", 1 mall
czpoMfor sale at public a ctl'.D, all the rlirht,
tills and lot- rent of Ibe aihivs named llenry Hun
taker. In and to b thova neaetlbed uropnr'y,
t II o'clock a.m . on Frllav tlis J.'Hh day of Novem
ber.latiS, at tb wetterly door ol tbe court bouse, lo
fitted at Cairo, III, this ttQ dsy ofNovsmher, 1S8S.
Bhorlff AleXAOder County.
"2 J i
The Daily Bulletin.
WILL VAN LEAP'S WATERMELON
A Story for the Boys.
"Tnlkinf about iiilotrica," said Will
VnnLoaf, "Ui'l 1 ever Uill you about my
"You never trltl nm. replied IW
Moruinpsinr. "V011 may have told some
o( tlieotlier fellows."
"Vou never told mo," chorused the
"Come to think. I might have known
hadn't," said Will, "'cause I've only
been back to school three davs, and in
those throe davti you follows have
sci.rooly given rue a chance to pet a
'word in edgeways,' aruy grandmother
says; you've had so much" to say your
selves." It was a fine day in October. School
was just out and the boys wore linger
ing 011 the school house stops. Tlicy
had bpon listening attorj'ivoly withtlio
exception of Will Van Lrfaf who listened
impatiently to something Frank Smith
was-telling them, when Ht last Will
found an opportunity of introducing his
story of the season. " He had not return
ed tb school until a month after the fall
term bogau, and since his return, though
lie liad boon fairly 'inundated with ac
counts of summer-vacation adventures
and fun, he himself, to quote his ow n
quotation had scarcely "found a chance
to got iu a word edgeways." But now
his chance came iu this way: Frank
Smith, describing a wonderful squirrel
he had seen in the woods one day, de
clared tliut its tail was four foot loug.
"I refuse to bclit ve it," said Ned
Morniugstar. "I never saw nor invented
a squirol with a tail longer than three
feet and a half, and I'll bet I've seen and
invented more squirrels than ever you
"Ah! ha! So you accuse me of false
hood," said Frank Smith, placing his
hat tm the extreme back of his head and
throwing himself iutoa lightingattitude,
'rand that is something my proud spirit
caunot and will not stand. So come on,
or make an apology."
Then it was that' Will Van Loaf said:
"Talking about apologies, did I ever
toll you about my watermelon apology P"
Aud receiving a unanimous negative,
followed by a unanimous request to "go
on," lie wont on: "Well, you know,
our folks spent most of last summer at
Uncle John's; be owns a big farm on
Stalcu Itdaud, and there was a lot of
boys boarding up on the hill at Widow
Pratt's, and of course I soon got ac
quainted with 'em. And didn't we have
jolly times boating and swimming, and
playing ball, and actitig theatricals, all
made up by ourselves; you bet!
"Well, just half-way between Uncle
John's and the boarding house was old
Bartholomew's place. 'Old Boar' most
everybody called him behind his back,
'cause, ho' had such shaggy hairand eye
brows, and growled instead of speaking,
and was so itu.uiiy ugly in every way.
Aud he had the biggest watermelon
patch for miles around. And one dav
three or four of the hill chaps and me
"And 1," corrected Ned Howe, called
bv his comrades "Grammar Ned." "Oh,
bother!" said Will, "let mo go on with
my story in my own way, Grammar
Ned: you can save up the mistakes and
Sive 'cm to me when I'm through," but
e accepted the correction all the same.
"Well, three or four of the hill chaps
and I were standing one morning peep,
ing through a crack in the fence at Old
Boar's watermelons, and oh! we did
feel such n longing for 'em, they were
so jollv ripe and fat, when aloug came
'Serious Dick.' "
' Who was 'Serious DickP' " asked
"A follow 'bout 16 years old, who
worked for Uncle John, and always
looked and talked as though he was
preaching," explained Will. "Well, he
came along and he stopped and peeped
through the crack in the fence, too,
and then he says very solemn, 'Ain't
them beauties!' Don't you correct
again, 'Grammar Nod,' Dick said 'them'
didn't. 'Ain't them beauties?' 6ays
he, 'and there's a dozen of 'em so ripe
thev are readv to burst aud ought to be
picked this minute. They won't be no
good in a day or two. And won't it be
a sin and a shame to see 'em a-rotting,
for Old Boar don't go to market till day
alter to-morrow, and he wouldn't give
one away, no, nor sell one to anybody
'round liere, no matter what happened.
I say, boys.' says he, 'I wouldn't blame
you a bit if vou' borrowed a few of them
melons to-night. If you do, save me
one, and I'll do as much for you some
time or other,' aud then bo winked and
walked off, looking as serious as ever.
Well, that sot the ball a-rolling, and we
boys talked it over aud agreed that it
would be a shame to let those melons
rot on the vines, and so that night we
pried a board off the fence and crar-'led
into the patch and borrowed a dozen of
'cm. Eleven of 'em we ate on the spot
and the twelfth wo saved for Serious
Dick. I carried it home pretty heavy
it was, too and stowed it away in one
corner of the bam under the hay. And
the next aftertioon I didn't see him be
fore 'cause he'd gone to New York with
a load of cabbages I saw Serious Dick
going into the barn and I ran out and
whispered to him, 'your melon's in there
in one corner under the hay.' But Dick
Btarted back and rolled up his eyes, and
acted as though he was half scared to
death. 'And? savs he, 'let It stay there.
I wouldn't touch l'tfor nothing.' 'Why,
what's the matterP' says I. 'There's a
dreadful row 'bout them melons,' says
Dick, speaking verv slow and deep, 'a
dreadful row. Old Bear's missed 'em
and he swears they was the choicest of
the lot, and he marked 'em himself
'causa they was to be sold this werry
day lor a dollar apioce. And he says,
in langwidge it would make your blood
run cold to hear, that he'll find and
punish the thieves if it costs him
" 'Good irraoions!' savs I, feeling my
self turn white: 'how H o roil L-nnurP1
hlte; 'how do von IcmiwP'
" 'Met the constable a-looking for 'em
as I come along the road from York,'
said Dick. 'Oh! dear, what shall we
doP' says I. ' havn't got a cent, aud I
don't bolievo the other follows have
either. If we had we might pay him
for 'em; but wo spent all our money last
Saturday, 'cause we expected to gc
back to school so soon.'
" -Guess you won't go back to school
for a week or two,' sajs Dick, petting
soli'nmor and solomner everv minute!
t '"frai'i you'll spend that much time in
tho lock-up.' 'Is there no way of getting
out of the scrape without inv telling my '
mother about it?' says I. 'I don't want
to toll her. She'd feel so awful bad
thoiigh she'd get me out of it somehow
I know, Boys' mothers always do.
You ought to help us,' says I, 'cause
you were the lirst one to speak aboul
taking the melons.'
" 'Speaking and taking's two differ
ent things,' says he. 'But if you wanl
my advice, I'm willing to give it to you.
T'lhaps the old man isn't such a beat
as he looks. Most folks ain't 'zactly
what they looks, and if I was you boy?
I'd go to him and make a handsome
apology, and I shouldn't wonder if ht
lot you oil'.'
Well, I didn't stop for any more ad
vice, but hurried as fast as I could to
tho house on the hill, where I knew the
other fellows were at dinner, and I give
one signal shout and pretty soon they
came out with their mouths full. Hobe
Bern, he had his pie in his hand, and
he offered me a bite, but I did't feel like
pic just then neither did he, nor any
of the rest of 'em when I told about the
constable and the lock-up. They all
looked as serious as Serious Dick then,
and some of 'em were for saying right up
and down that we hadn't been near tho
watermelon patch for weeks. 'But,'
savs I, 'I for one ain't going to tell any
lie's about it We stole the watermelons,
and that's bad enough without lying
about it, and I propose that we own up
and make an apology to old I mean to
Mr. Bartholomew.1 'I second the mo
tion,' Ted Higgins chips in. 'But who's
going to do the talking? We can't
speak all together like the chaps in the
primary,' 'I'll do it,1 says I, 'tor know
ing Uncle John so long 'perhaps he'll
take it better from me. And it bettor
be done at once. I saw the old man in
the patch as I came along. So, fall in
-right about face march!'
"And off we marched brave enough
until we came in sight of Old Bear and
his men loading a big truck with melons
for market. 1 hen our knees begau to
wobble, and Hole Berry he whi.-pered,
'Let's cut and run.' But I kept right
on and the rest followed until we stood
in front of the old man and I began:
'Mr. Bartholomew.' 'Hay!' he shouted
so loud and tierce that I fell back on
Tod Higgins' sore foot and he yelled fit
to be hoard a mile, and I felt" sorry I
hadn't cut and rtiu when Hobe Berry
wanted me to, but it was too late then,
and so I went on: 'We boys are very
sorry we took those watermelons last
night, and we've come to ask vou to
forgive us, and to let us pay for'iu as
soon as wo can.' 'Stole some of rav
watermelons did you?' says he when I
was through. 'That's tho first I know
ed about it. But you've come just in
time with your 'pology. Off with your
jackets and help load up. That's the
kind of pay I'll take.' Aud we did help
load up until our arms and backs ached
oh! how they did ache and I don't
believe there was atirederlot of fellows
anywhere when Old Bear let us put our
jackets on again. And after we'd got
em on and was wiping the perspiration
from our heated brows that's like they
say in printed stories 'long comes
Serious Dick. ?I thought it would bo
all right,' says he, 'and so I ate the
watermelon you kindly left for me, and
1 found it worry cool and refreshing.' "
Save the Old Paper.
Never throw away old paper. If you
have no wish to sell it, use it in the
t otise. Si line housekeepers prefer it to
cloth for cleaning many articles of fur
niture. for instance, a volume written by a
ladvsa.'.s: "After a stove has been
blaekeried. it can be kept looking very
well for a long time by rubbing it with
paper every morning. Rubbing with
paper is a much nicer way of keeping a
tea-kettle, coffee-pot and tea-not nright
and clean than the old way of washing
them iu suds. Kubbing with paper is
tilso the best way of polishing knives,
tinware and spoons; they shine like new
"For polishing mirrors, windows,
lamp chimneys, 'etc., paper is better
than dry cloth. Preserves and pickles
keep much better if brown paper in
stead of cloth is tied over the jar.
Canned fruit is not so apt to mould if a
piece cf writing paper, cut to fit the
can, is laid directly on the fruit. Taper
is much better to put under a carpet
than straw. It is warmer, thinner, and
makes lex noise when one walks over
Junius Brutus Booth.
In his personal habits Junius Brutus
Booth was what might be called a most
correct man. Wine he very rarely par
took of, but he was an inveterate smok
er, and this love of the nicotine weed
may have had something to do with the
disease of which he died. In personal
appearance Mr. B'.mth was an eminent
ly handsome man. Ho was above the
average height, with a full, but by no
means, heavy form. His face was a
clear cut ovi.l, with a tine speaking eye;
and of late years he grew to resemble
his famous .(at her in facial expression
more than either of his living brothers
do. He v. as an honorable and upright
man in all his business relations, and
his loss will be greatly deplored. His
father's prediction that he "bid fair to
become a good scholar," was carried
out iu a groat degree, for Mr. Booth
read the best books, aud had not only
the happy faculty of retaining what he
read, but" of using it to the best ad
vantage. Thus be was a delightful con
versationalist, and his acquaintanceship
was much sought after. He was very
warm in his friendships, and henoe one
of the warmest of friends.
Thukbdat even-ISO, Nov. 15th, 1883.
The weather it clear and very col'd for
this climate. A stroDg north wind has pre
vailed every day tince the cold wave ttruck
The market is quiet in all departments.
Leading articlei are Cull stocked and de
mand exceedingly light.
FLOUR The market rules tteady as to
prices, but dull. Sales are limited in
amount, not aggregating as much in a
week as should be done in one day.
HAY Receipts are light and tbe demand
U iinproV Dif. . Choice finds ready tale to
day nt quotations.
CORN Choice white corn it rery scarce
and the inquiry good. Mixed it in fair sup
ply and moderate demand.
OATS The supply is good and tbe de
MEAL Quiet and unchanged.
BRAN In steady demand and light
BU ITER-Full stocks of all kinds.
Sties are slow and prices weak.
EGGS Market bare aod "boom!na.n
Fresh receipts are taken oa arriral at fancy
POULTRY Live chickens are doad dull.
Dressed would Mod good tale while the
weather continues cold. Turkey! are scarce
and in active request.
APPLES Choico are in good demand
with light supply un the market.
POTATOEd-Dull and unchanged.
GAME We note a fair demand and
Sales and Quotations.
NOTE. The prices Here given are ror sales from
first band In round lots. An advance tr
;charsed for broken lotsm OUlncorders.
no bbls farallv ...... 4
Hi 1 hhls various grades 6035 40
1U0 DDI cnoice "
4 cars gilt edge mall bale 11 00
tears rh Ice Timothy
1 car good pr me 1( "0
1 car mixed ISO
4 cars mixed In bnlk 48
tear white In bulk
a rars choice , in bulk
4 cars mixjd In bulk .. .... f
8 cars, in sacks, del 82
No. 8Hed, perbn M19S
No. It Medtlerauean 1 Ou
Citron orders H5iS 50
In sack 67f&70
8O1 ponnda choice Northern packed soai?
50" pounds choice Northern dairy tXi-i
5011 pounds Hoothirn Ills, roll ... 15
400 puuuds Northern roll.. 1&&.0
5X) dozen V
300 dozen 25
Latge choice 9 00
15 coore mixed roans and old... 1 50
8 coops larie young 1 75(3 CO
scoops old Dens 1 wx o"
QaMla pr Ant 1 00
Vennon coroaas Ac
Venlon sudiile l''c
Wild turkeys per doien t 00&9 00
Per bbl choice Ben Davis S S3
" ' Roma Beauty I 25
Small vnretles 1 M)
Choice WiuetaDs - 50(21 71
Cbo'cered ... I 25
Potatoe per bush.. STQ3A
Potatoes per bbl IK
10 Crates, according to s!ie....... t GCQU 00
. .......... ... . .......
B. C. Hums
Man-t.. , , M, none
kt. John f V
OMo Hlvor 1 CO
5'4 hnahel burlaps t
6 bushel " 13
Peachea. halves and u Darter ttSV
Choice navy ....
Choice medinm ,
Choice, ; Factory It
. ,,..M..M.n .
Dry Flint choice
Sheep Pelts, dry
Sheep P Its, green......
- ..... 4 5 Oi
4 7N3 5 M
Medium Leaf. S Bora T fC
Qor4Leaf. T 50 8 '0
RATES OF FREIGHT.
Hay Flonr Perk
Vcwt. bhl. bhl
IB 48 85
tK 15 50
82 88 N
,. ... 177
y or:eans,..,..., 17'-
27f 45 S7X
Vlcksruirs. Printeas House. IWe. bar ewt.. ani
ea per bbl. higher.
All other we points below Mtmphtl to Or
ens, ism rttas at to Kllnsaton.
of tbe continued ne of trn-r tiry and ' otash for tb
tr simi-iit of 11 ood aud skin ul.eaes they never
cure, and near y alvta s Injure or totally mm tb
general ha th.
A WELL KNOWN DRUGGIST.
Mv drni'st. rt wa V j firat to sell swift's Sneclfle.
It wan tln n pnl up Iu Quart bottles which sold lor
$5.00 ear b. I hdve seen a great m iny cases cured
by its use. and some who bad trl- d all aorta of
treuttiient. In facl I bav i ever known It to fall
when taken n opeilv. 1 fell a I rt-e quantity of It,
and for a I dUeanei that are dupe ui-nl oa blood
poison or si-iu l.unn r. 11 enn s
PIMM.ES AND B O CUE ON TBI tKIH,
and makes lh - rumplc-xmii tail and roay. As for
blood tain', there la mi uch w- rd as fa 1. It carts
cases tb t have I. mg wi b-tood oiner sorts of trust-
muu', and i noul anyol tboae ecurntg trouuiea
that general. y follow mercurial and other so-
eueacuiea. t. l,. jiASSJiccnu,
For vea-a ' wia afflicted ulth Drv Teferoftbe
rau-t ob'tinste tvpe. Wa tr. ated hy many nf the
het phyHU lnn: tnok quantities of mercurv, potaah
an i arenlr, which, ins'ead or curing the Tett r,
crippled me up with mini ml poison and rheums
tm. The i i-lter I'ot.t'uued to urow worse, and
tbe itching almos' made me cmcy, In this con
dition 1 v.h- li.dilruil to lake Swift' Hpecl'ie. and
the rei-ult wa- u-tonli-hlhg aa It a tr tlfyl g In
a few r outliS tho Tetter wnn emirely welljth-
Mercurial o.onttii( a I out l my svat m auu l
wa a w -ll m n and due only to awirt a o; cclac.
All tbe sufferers linuld lake It.
JAMES DIN NINO, LoolsvlIlS, Ky.
WnAT A PHYSICIAN SAYS.
Cypres Rldue, Monroe Co., Ark , I
July!, 18-S. f
I have a brL-M 1 ttle daughter who will ha two
years old nexr nvmth. She has been troubled
nearly ever iuc - her birth win a skin dlseaae
wh ch I flrnt dlat nosvd chicken-pox, but later
fnund It to be s me s m of eczema: t any ratett
es led very atnhbi.ruiy all the muureni tr at-
meat" I purchased one bottle ofnwl i s Specific
and gave it to her in an all duses bren times a day
audi:) a "hurt In e bad the atlafnCtlon to sea
tt-at she wa entirely well. I a so well p eased
with tts etfeU on ber that I shall not c ly nselt in
my practu e, hut I i-hall administer v to mr other
Children and ta,:e it tnyeif W. E. Bkoxts, U D.
Onr treatise on Blood at-d Skin Diseases mailed
free to applicants.
Drawers Atlanta. Ga.
I. j ' ' '
A Xew and complete Hotel, fronting o live
cietuuu auu nnnrunu oirccia,
Tha Pasencer Denot of t Be Chicago. St. Lonls
and .ew Orleans: Illinois Central; Waharh, St.
LotiI and Pacluc; lion .Mountain and Southern,
Mobile and Ohio; t ain ai d St. Lou-.s Runways
are all juHtncros the street: while the Steamboat
Landing is nut one square instant.
This Hotel Is heated by steam, has steam
Laundry. Hydraulic KIcvRtur, Klectrlc Call Bells.
Automatic Hlre-Alnrn s. Buths, absolutely pure tir,
perfect sewerage and complete appointment.
Saperb furnishings; perfect service: and an ub
I 1 . HARKKIffcf't).. J jnmnot
C 5 4
M U IT A L A 1 1 SOI'IMV.
gUREKA! EUREKA! I
SUBSTITUTE FR LIFR IXSUR
WIDOWS' & 0KPHANS
Mutual An Society
Orpsnlzed July Htli, 1877, Intler the Laws o
the state of Illinois. Copyrighted Juh
9, 1877, lutler Act ol Congress.
JAfl. S. McGAHET President
J. H. ROBINSON 1st Vice-President
M. PHILLIPS.. 2nd Vice-Presidont
J. A. uoLusriNE Troasuror
W. H. AREAN l M.JI..I u.,
J. 8 PETK1E 1 Medical Advisers
THOMAS LEWIS Secretary
11. ii. w in I K Assistant secretary
Wm. F.PITC'ER. L.S.THOMAS,
W.C.JOCELYN, K. VINCENT,
WILL T. REDUURN.
BOARD OF S1ANAGKR8I
3. A. Goldstlne, of Goldstlne Rosen water, whole
sale and retail dry good, etc, ; Jas. M. MeGahey
lumber dealer; Wm. F. Pitcher, general aeot;
Albert Lewis, dealer In flour and grain; L. 8.
Thomas, bricklayer; Xoaes Phillips, con ractor
aud builder; 11. A. Chumbley, grocer: Tbos.
Lewis, secretary and attornuy-at-law; vV, 11.
Marean, Umu3palhic physician; tl St der, of
Batderft Sou. grocere; R, II. Pulrd, sirnoi super
visor; Ed II. Wbito, asn't tec, W. A O. M. A. So
ciety; J. W. Spier, lumber anil t.iw-mlll; K. L.
Gernlgon, barber: E. U Dietrich, clork W., St. L.
P. R. K.; M. Koblur. m-i'chant tailor: Jeff M.
Clark, dealer iu wall-paper and window sbados;,f.
E. English, contractor and builder; Will T. Red
burn, of Morse & Redburn, cigar manufacturers;
F. Vincent, denier in lime a d cement; L A.
Phelps, pbotoirraphor; W.C. Jocchn, dentist; S
H. Taher, ml'g. Jeweler; J. H. Robinson, J. P. and
notary public; J. 8. Petns, physician; U. W.
Bostwlck, iniura.'ice agent; K. E. Jarboe, foreman
Ht. Gas main, and E 12. Wal bridge, lumber and
saw-mill, of Cairo; H. Lelghton, cnsblcr Nut,
Dank, Stuart, Iowa; Kuv. F. A. Wlikerson, Prvors
argt Ky. i J,W. Tarry, pbvlcl an. Fulton, Ky.
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LLhNOIH CENTRAL U. R
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv lAne Humane;
Making Direct Conneotiok
ruaixt Li.vx Caiho:
3:Uo a in. Mull,
Arriving in St. Louis 1:45 a.m.; Chicago, B p.m.;
Connecuutr at oum ana amngnam lor I' ciu
nail, Lon.svtUe, IiHiiniiapoue uno (:-.,,'
11:1 a.m. St. Iouia and Western
arriving in St. Louis 7:05 p, ra., and connecting
for all points West.
3:60 p.m.- F";t Kxprss.
Kor St. Louis and Chicago, arriving at St. Loots
w:0 p.m., and Chicago 7: a m
3 :GO p.m. CinoinnHt i Ki iir,
trrtvlng at Clntl.natl ? :0t) a.m.; Louisville A:5B
a.m.; lndiauapuiie 4.05 a.m. PasreLgors J
this train react tho above points lo 39
UOUKS In advance ol any other route.
tVTheti&O p. m. express bat PCLLttAJ
LitKPlNGCAR Cairo lo Cincinnttl, without
:h an ire a. and through sleepers lo St. Louis and
Faet Time lot.
('.jt-wtilurOfu ,,T this line go through to Essu
1 noTtrilJJ,ri o erti points without any deiay
:aur ed by Sunday Intervening. The Saturday after
loon train from Cairo arrives In new u'k Monday
norning at 10:35. Tblrtyaix hours in advance of
at other route.
tSr-For through tickets fctdlrlher iriformadon,
tpply at Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
I II. JOSKS.'IlcKet Axeut.
A, H. HANSON, Oen. Pass. AKent. Chicago
R R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R.
tra.es Depart. Trains Arrive.
Mali . 0R a.m.
tMall 1:05 a.m.
KXpress 11 10 a.m.
Accom !.!:- a m.
tExpress 8 10 p.m.
AC'-om l.Vi p.m.
C. ST. L S. o. B. R. (Jarkbon routti).
Mstl .......... 4:45a.m. I VUU ,...:)p.m.
tExpress 10 Hoa.m. K .press ... .10:80 t.a.
' Accjm 8 :f p.m. I
eT. L. c. n. b. (Nurrow-jjftUL'e).
Expr ss 8:00 a m.
Ex 4 Mail ..J0:la m.
Accom....J...li:1 5 p.m.
Express 1:1. a.m.
Kx. .Mall. .4:10 p m.
Accom ..8r00 p.m.
NT. L. I. U R. H.
tExpress. 10:80 p.m. Express -.1;0 p.m.
W ST L A P R It
Mall 4 Ex....4:0a!m. 'llal! A Ex.. 9 SOp.m.
'Accom .4:00 p.m. 'Arc n ......10 a.m.
Freight ...':4a a.m. Freight S it p.m.
Ill BILE OHIO H. U.
Mall 5:56a.m. Mall t:10p.m.
Dally eipt Sun'iar. t Dallv.
tEKIVAL AKD DEPARTTTRH CF MAIL!.
Arr at I Dep'rt
P. O. fm PO
I. C. R. K.ofcrouwb. lock mall). 5 a. m.
...i: ta m
" (way malll
" (Suutlieru Dlv
Iron Mountain R. K.....
Wabash K R
Texas A St. Louis K. ft..,
St. i.oins 4 C lro K. K ..
M as Liver srrlves Wed .
" departs Wed.,
P O. gen. del. op n from.,
P.O. box del. o. cr from.
i :i0 p.m.
r p m.
I' p. m. I B p. m.
T p. mS a a.
5 p. m. I 0:80 am
t-. m. I 4 p. m.
?at 4 Men.
Kri. & Sun.
, 7 80 am U)7;M pm
i) a. m to 9 p m.
Sundays get. re.
o: uc frora....S. m. to 10 a. m.
Bundaa box del
open from .. .8 a. m. to 10:30 am
t-r-NOTB.-Chengis will he
time to time Ic city pi pers. L:
pa illshed from
c vonr ceras te-
M. HVHtdX. P. M.
pr tb iborp rtwi-d fr tn r of taw Coapkhatr
lyipwi, h, HilvV.)o ! rt "p, Coti Fa'! Qf CwUTsjpt
w ,cdm "jr wik Wnt'i V-(:-',; UftT I la lb tUm
Unoiftr airtcl'r rtupplWfl The r rarf'y ptMsj, Md
MVTjr to r1v tUith9. HtijM CViri. Ltt bom, mm
UIQlDf ti) p ia, tA qu. Jr'J' , t v a.t 6r ti!.. Bw W
UMnUrUiu aid ImJuttu. Tl r-nnrr B-iu'Hcic,ml nlf W
slOHN C. k C., Ml 4 (Vt V. u-., f-t , Cbka
Tiw trial ptKkj.t ani ly nikil i,4 Jon rew.cf t moIiIau
Heaifti is Wealth !
Db E. ('.TVft's Nsbtis and Ppaj Tkia
KENT, aguarnntood specih'' for Hysteria, Died,
cess. Convulsions, Vita. Nervous Neuralgia,
Hewdache, Nervous Prostration Raused by the um
ofalcohsil or tobacco, Wnkftiliifs, Mentnl D.
pressiou, Hofumingaf the Brain resulting in in
sanity and leading to micery, docay ancl death,
Premature Old Ago, Hnrrcmieea, Ix8 of powtl
in either box. Involuntary Ijossps and BpermaU
orrhora caused by ovor-oxertiou of the brain, teu.
abuse or over-iudulgtnce. Each box contain!
one month's t roat ment. $ 1.X a box. or ti x boxat
fort5X),8ont bytnuil prerit'on receipt of prioa
WxJ Gl ARAXTF.r. SIX BOXES
To cure any case. Vith each order received byU
for six boxes, accompanied with (5.09, wo will
tend the purchaeer our written (ruaiantoe torsj
fund tbe money if tho treatment doee not effcal
oura. Guarantees iaaued only by
HARRY W. SOHUH
Druggist, Cor. Commercial ave. A isiu t ., Cairo
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'B PATENT
VVboleflale JJealer in loe.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON,WELI
TACKED FOR SHIPPING
Oar Loads a Specialtv.
Cor.Twelfth Street and Lefee,
The Ideal Caligrraph.
. THE PERFECT WRITiNQ MACHINJt.
Jr 4Every Machine warranted. Ad-
i XJusiable type bars, perleci auto-
?) T l,,l'er ,eed' even unT,kr'
7 1 ble tension, no lost motion, bar
y eied platen, light carriage. All
' - parts interchangeable. Does tha
work of three penmen, much neater and mora
legible. Frioea, (70.00 and (85.00.
PARKH, UTTER CO., 420 N. M, M. Let.
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