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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MOIiSlNrl MARCH 11, 1884.
The Daily Bulletin. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION: DAILT EDITION. n. . u hr carrier -W 00 -.tperc.ut. discount II paid io dvanco.J Pally, one yearly mail - i !, Dilv,'onweek.... I'ublibfd erry morning (Monda) excepted). WEEKLY EDITION. Weekly, one re'- J J Werktr. 8 months 1 00 I'u Wished every Monday hood. Clubf of Are or more lor Weekly Bulletin at one time, per year, 1.50. Postauo In all case pri-paid. fUTARIABLT in ADTANC1. All Communication should be addressed to E. A. BCK.NK IT. Publisher and Proprietor. "Just Like Motlicr.' Tho w in.l was blowing n regular p:ik lnro snow-Hikes were lorno along, hfip'eM in tin ir lightness, anil lodgi-J here timl there oniy to be again picked up iy tlse wind nm! piled to gether in ;:reat drifts. It was litter cold, and pedestrians hurried along tho street, intent, seemingly, only to reach tho lircside of home nnd family. In a stairw ay on Wisconsin street a little ragged ft'liuw, with a bundle of papers under his arm, had crawled out of the storm, but not out of tho cold. Crouching in a heap upon the steps, teeth chattering, too cold to call out his Iiapcrs for sale, he tried to pet warm, lis skeleton arms, his pinched features, told, ouly too plainly, that ho was a child of mUforiuue. PuVerty, thou wouldst not be so cruel, were it not that the wurld looks upon thee as a culprit, and to Le in thy company a crime. No one o' served the little fellow as be sat there in the cold. Pres ently an old hu'.y, warmly, but not richly clad, cam iv'onr, f.nl chanced to see him. 'Sue turned iuto the stair way, but the b.y, used, evidently, to cuffs and kicks, triel to escape her. A reassuring suiiie on her face an I a kind word from her lips, held the lad. She, dear old soul, kuc.t duwn, pinne 1 up his tatters, tied a scarf about his neck, gave him a piece of silver, and with parting words of cheer started to leave him. Turning Lra:n, she clasped tho boy to her busuiu. kissed him, and then went on her way. The toy, wiih tears on his cheeks, looked after her, as she passed down Wisconsin street, and said: "That is just the way mother used to kiss me before she died. I won der if it is her again?'' Then, as if a new impulse and a n?w life had been born in him, the little newsboy started to dispose of his stock in trade. That act of kindness, that kiss, so much like mother's, in charity riven, so warmed his heart that the cold winds of winter had no terrors for him. And who knows but what that old holy's kind ness to that ragged, forlorn newsboy will be the turning point in that boy's life that, will, in the future, give to the world a man of honor, and a man of whom Milwaukee may well be proud. 'ihere are hundreds of boys all ovet this great country who ar go'nj to the bad just f"r the want of a kind word or act, like that given by t his kinl-luarte I old German woman. K nd Words and acts, with a few d'mes, will do much to reform the world, and reclaim thine who are, by force of circumstances, go ing to the wronir. Pick's Sun. m m The First Hoss Car. "In 1831," said John Stephenson, the veteran builder of horse cars, "I designed and built the first tram car of the first railway for street service in this country or auroad. This car consisted of thriv separated com partments, each compartment holding ten persons and btiu;: entered by sepa rate doors, on the side, from a guard rail." Seats were provided on top of the car for thirty more persons. The car was very much liko the English rail way coach, though it was set consider able lower. It was hauled by a team of horses, the conductor remaining out side on tho rail, rain or shine. Tho company for which it was built was called 'the New York & Harlem Road,' running from Princo street, on tho Lowery, along the line of tiie Bowery to Fourteenth street, thence along tlio lino of the present Fourth avenue to Yorkville and Harlem. Fourth avenue at that time hail not been opened, but tho lino had been surveyed in lSl'J. The fare paid varied with the distance, being sixpence or six and one-quarter cents from Prince street to Fourteenth street, sixpeuce ruoro to a point where Forty-second street now rims across Fourth avenue, sixpence more to York ville, and tweuty-livo tents to Ilarleiu. These fares were paid in tho silver of tho old Spanish currency then preval ent In time the through fare was re duced to eigliteenpeuee, and then to twelve. But the road did not succeed. In 1837, after six years' of construction, it temporarily gave way to the steam cars. In 181., however, it resumed working under its charter, which has not been given up, and which, by the way, is the charter under which the pres ent 4th ave horse car lino is operated. "In that year, 1845, the cars wcro remodeled nearly to their present st vie, the great feature beiirg the adoption of end platforms and en trances. No. other horso car line was built, till 1H.2, when at about tho same time, charters were granted for the iw, ,J'Mrd' S:x;h aiJ'1 K'r,rl't "venue $i!-TX' flrrt !lll"Itc'l tlio sys- 18W afw l hl?'l';!l'la followed in 18o7, after whM-l, iv lir j t, country. New Orleans', j ho hrst to adopt tlJU . llttl V1;,. it is cal ed, tho bob-tail car. A ,'d l should like to say just here, tlmt out of the 4.'8 horse cars Hues uow exisi'm r iu the United States, m use tho Smu pura nnlw !. . : , leiuuiiniijr 1 yj littVin" me conuucior cars.' A. x. Tribune. There is systematic mining for gems in the United Stntei nnK- m.. and Stony Point, N. Y., but precious bwuus mu iouiiu tisewiiere. A lar'c diamond was found in Manchester, the principal suburb of Richmond, Va whoso estimated value before cuttin" was f 5,000.' Sapphires and rubies are found iu Mexico, Arizona, and south ern Colorado, and garnots and rubies also are found la this region. Moss agates aro frequent in tho United States, but tho cutting is done abroad. Oof, the actor, being recently in a email town in tho south of France, vol unteered for a benefit for tho poor. His name drew large crowds. Tho mayor turned over in his prosy and pompous mind what ho could do'in acknowled" mont. He invited the actor to a com plimentary breakfast, and placed be fore him an egg in which ten golden louis were concealed. ('Jot took ft spoonful, iiild discovering the contents, ceased eating. The other guests, who were in the secret, watched him attent ively, and tho hostess inquired why ho did not finish tho egg. .Madam' ho replied, "I never touch the yolk." "Do you throw it awav?" sho jtsiied with as. tonishment. "No. I alwavs linv. it for the poor." The Market Monday Etesi.no, March 10.18S4. The weather is on'y a few degree s warmer and ponds are still covered with ice that froze ten days ago. The market shows little if any change andasaru! leading articles find ready sale. The river is falling list and the r'ue of 1884 is now a thing to look back to; no more high water is looked for this year. FLOUR Fine and unchanged. Stocks are very light and the demand continues good. RAT Receipts are literal and the de mand continues active for cheiee small bales. CORN The market is well supplied with mixed.but choice white is scarce. The demand is moderately active. OATS Market easy- the supply is good. and demand light. MEAL Firm and in good demand at quotations. BRAN Scarce and in good reques', BUTTER Choice is in goe l demand and fine at quotations. EGGS The demand for shipping Las been good but the market shows signs of weakening and prietj tend downward. POULTRY We note a fair demand for choice in good condition. APPLES Choice stock is in good de mand and prices are advancing. POTATOES In fair demand and steady. Sales and Quotations. NOTE. The price nere smn are lor sales from nrst nana in round lots. An advance s charted lor broke l ha id flliingoriltra. FLOUR. a'0 bbli Extra fancr 5 ?A3 4" .J botjif M 4 ii 4 7521 H 3 6i 4f bb)t varloua rd(-. :' family , 'if) Ml Cho'ce. . 100 bble XXX , n ay. T cars jrilt ed?e (mall bate 2 cara m'.itd . 1 car good prime... Scare choice ..- .., CORN. 8 car choice whtie M'ponrl in bulk. 4 can choice mixed in buik. IS 0 M On li ii 50 OATS. 2 can choice In bn!k ......... M 7car choice heavy in ba k gti 6 cara In bulk 'Y, WHEAT. No. 1 R d, pe r bu 92''5 No. ii Mt'dilurancarj J du MEAL. 500 bbla City on orders 8 Gj2.2 65 Insacka..... its bi;ttek. r10 ponnfla choice Northern packed 24 yn ponnds choice Northern roll Sfvfis-; Su'iponnd Somhirn Ularoll JOO poutids creamery 'ii EGOS. ft i0 dozen it; o-Aj doen. 17 Tt'KKEYS. Largp choice 10 JO Sraail , it im Ureseed Vi7J,V, CHICKENS. 6 conpa choice hena 3 rjfJ4 CO a coopi diubu 2 tbJ,i 0J APPLES. Per bbl cholco Ben Davlg 4 !i " ' Romo Beauty 4 r.O Small vnr'ctlci 2 w unolce Wlut-iapa ..2 60ftH Si UenatODD M 50 ON ION K. Choice red..... Choice yellow.. 8 ft) 2 25 POTATOES Potatoes per bnfh Peach Blow Potatoes pur bush Early Kone 40 Potatoes per bbl M 1 H,3 00 CABBAGE. According to ilze 15 fCu,80 fiO WOOL. Tn!)-wahed. - Wi.TM Flue nnwanbed UC-iO LAUU. Tierces f,y Hairdo j,)" bocktts , t'f li BACON. Plain harm ,. B.C. Uiinia ....,.,. " j Cleur mdf U Sluiuldera 7 SALT .V EATS. Ilarra ,.... gLd-; :::::::::::::::non; ouuu'ml" nont SALT. fct. John? , if. Ohio Klver 1 05 SACKS. 8V4 bnttifil hnrlaia 0 5 buahel ,,,, Vi4 Diutci) nturr. tehltr::;::":::::::::.. Ku-v;::::::::::::::::-;::iS CIIIJKSK. Choice, Kactory BEESWAX. f TALLOW. 546 Ft' 113. Coon Mitik Bed Vox Wild Cut Bi avt r per pound. Oiler 0o-um Hear in to ' ......... 10 to 45 I to 10 to 5 1 rto8 50 75 lo tt i o 8 to 15 I 00 to 9 OM illUKh. Calf, (tree). Dry Kilnt chalcj. . Dry Salt Grevu alt Plum (irfili Sheep Pelt, dry . Sheep IYIt. ert-ifii tamajcd Ilider... f e n:i lvc-Ti h cr TOBACCO I'umnioii Liitr". o.iod Iu-k ... . owLeaf. Mediant Leaf.. Cor Ler...... . 4 5i (i 5 I 4 V'Li ' " i ! 7 ."l , 7 .VH(i 'I RATES OF FKCiMI I . Oram Hay Flour r rk tfcivi. f ot. M,l)l. Wl.til. Me D li 13 Ji 15 3". .v lr:en U . (! as Ml Helena, Ark 17l4 'i M Klinefion, Mis till 82s 45 67V Vickchiirir. Prcniesa Hnune 2'4 per ct. hlfti All other war I'oitta belowr Memohla to N. u Vt leaue, mmo rate ua to K Irjoetoc Advice to Mothers. Are you disturbed at iiiyjit and l" .ken of yuur rest by a sick child suffering and crying with pain of cutting tetthl If so, send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins- low s Soothing Syrup lor Children Teeth ing Its value is incalculable. It will re lieve the poor little sufferer immed iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and diarrhira, regulates the stomach and bow els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re duces inflammation, and givs tone and energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins low's Svotliiui: Syrup for Children Teething is plcft.-aiit to tiie ta-!e, and is the prescrip tion of one of the oldest and best female nurses Mnd physicians iu the United States, aud is forsaie by all druggists throughout the world. Price 25 cents a bottle. The Hop Piaster will cure Bick Ael.e, ar.d a!i i thr pait.s instantly. 25 cts. only, at druti:s. 2 When You feel Blue and .your back ache?, and your head fcls heavy, and you wake unrefreshed in the rfif ruing and your bowels are siuggi.-h tr costive, you need Kiduey-wort. It is na ture's great remedy and never fails to re lieve all cases of Diei.ed Kidney, Torpid Liver, Cor.stipatien, M-dari, P.le, I'h.-u-matism, &e. It operates simultaneously on the Kidney.Liver an 1 Bowls, strength'n iiiil them and restorir.tr healthy actiotu Put up in bota dry and liquid form. !mM by alldrutfists. True to Her Tnit. Too much cannot be said of tLevtr faithful wife and mother, constantly watch ing and caring for her deirone?, never neg lecting a single duty in their behalf. When thev are assailed bv disease, and thess- tem should have a thorouL'h cleansing, the stomach and bowc-13 regulated, blood nuri- Ced, and malarial poion exterminated, she niu:t kuow that hlectric Bitttrs are the only BUie remedy. They are the best and purest meJicine in the world and only cost titty cents. Suld bv Barclay Bros. (i) ' A Fair Offer. The Voltaic Belt Co., of Marsiiill. Mich., offer to send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Voltaic Belt and Electric Appliances on trial, for thirty days, to men, old ami young, alilict ed with nervous debility, lost vitality, and many other diseases. .See advertisement in this paper. 1 Why suffer with Malaria? Emory's Stand ard t'ure Pills are infiilliable, never fail to cure the most obstinate cases; purely vege table. 25 cents. (2) tfue.kien'8 Arnica Salve The Be6t Salve In the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Suit Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, an 1 positively cures Piles. It i guaranteed to give per fect satisfaction, orniofli.y refunded. Price 25 cents pr box. For sale by Barclay Brothers. liDo It at Once. For ten tents get a package of Diamond Dyes at the drug gist's. They color anything the tinsst and'most desirable colois. Wells, Rich ard .on & Co., Burlington, Vt. Simple card 32 colors, and book of directions for 2c. stamp. A General Stampede. Never was such a rush made for any Drtig Store a.s is now at Barclay Bros' for a trial bottle of Dr. Kin"'n T. v Tli cowry for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, to IV . . . .1 - ' . t i . .im persons aiicuieu wmi Asthma, liron chitis, Hoarseness, Severe Coughs, or any affection of the Throat and Lungs, can get a (rial bottle of this great rtmcd"y free, by calling at above Drug Store. (1) Cheap Homi s IN ARKANSAS AM) TEXAS. Along the line of the St. Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and Pacific Hail way and International and Great Northern Railroad, are thousands of acres of tiie choicest farming and grazing lands in the world, ranging in nrico from 2.00 to $:100 and $4.00 per acre, in a healthy country, with climate unsurpassed for salubrity and c mfort. Send your ad dress to the undersigned for a cony of sta tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas, in 1882, and make up your mind to go and see for yourself when you learn that tho crop f ir 1833 is 50 per cent larger than that ot 1882. To those purchasing land owned by tho Company, and paying one-fourth, ono half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is allowed for money paid for tickets or freight over tho Companies lines. II. C. Tows.-eno, Gen'l Pass. Agt. St. Louis, Mo. Henry's Catholic Salve. The beft palveuncil In the world fnrf'ntj. Ilrulief" Pilen, bore. L'lrern, Salt Khegni. Tetter, Chapped Hand. Chilblains, Cort . and all klndu of hkitl Krnpilona. Freckle and Pimple. T ho mlve i guaranteed to irtve perfeot kh lefadlon in every rae lie nure you itet 11KMIY S CAKHOLM: HAI.VK, ai all other nre b'Jt iinltutiona and counieriens. i rice 'ji cento . Dr. Green's Oxygenated Litters I tho oldei and h"t remrd fw TWixinnaU lllhotineH, Malarln. ItidiL'';tlnn, nil dia'urder of tun iomacn and dicea'" l .ideating an lm' nro coii'iuion of llio iwoou. Mdneya and Liver. DUHNO'S CATAKKII SNI KK cure Catarrh ana an biiociioui oi mu mueou tnenibiane. Denlon' Batnam enrea Cold. Coneh. HhonT. tl'ii, Kidney Trouble, etc. Can bu urcd exter nally aa a plaater. AE30LUTKLY CUDE3 WIIOOl'I.Nl t'OIMill, It 1 n I'.ui'il' -'i vein t 'l le svruji wiy i! Hi t I.i tin- t..'i'. lit In vts t tuite uiul h a .-i:.e;ive ivo1. WINTER nntl BRONCHIAL COUCH lire cured by lliis ex. -ell. nt remote. Ii?.'.ti jtt in tm lui'inn ja nr,'w o-. kkmmcum ABSOLUTELY CUHE3 .M.I. PHI" " IN " TIIK lUiiO!'. STn-.; i !1, l.n.l . I - v l 1 - :1 . t I Ki llu'V-i ; l"r it!l .!i i s : J,'T ill 1 1 -. li' i'l' I.i nt' t'st- I il i. , i,; u,!:', l; . .. I i. Il ', V i v n-li.-x, 1 ninl Wi -a im- t s. i . r i t . I" I -i:l. J. llln.hr . I' :i..'Mn.-i ii' .l K'i tiiri In-. !-' . Oil-i lititti. ini- i. !il .in:t. I v vii;-,.. 'I llJ.-'i I'l T .1- ll'll II t lt;l!ll '.JiV .liV!;l' )y jill- t-l'l' l.v - lii'.l''. r. -.,ri. (,,. I i ,. , a ,. : i ( I . v i .t). 1 1 f i "ii . n-iuhiiliii! t-e im lo lii.-iici', ah' I I'U-l il.l.s :iM-nM' piin tt'mt in ten it'Hjuil'Jts liivi;i;.e.r crtry hjttle, PAPILLON MFC. CO., CHICACO. F0K8L2 liY AIL LhUGOiSTa For Salo bv I1ARCLAY BROS., PAUL G. SCIIUIf, S'ecial Acts, in this citv. For fc'alo bv SMITH BROTHERS, OA1HO ILL. "Anakcsis' rti.ct', .. I Ir an infaihtite mrt j. r i'iiee Price fl, at dru?iritf. cr ent prepaid ' rriuil.Vi'i p.. ktavt il i. ke r . Uu x 2 4 1 a e w 1 1 : ?UPP ERE R A ,.i trm Yoflthfnl lu'ra.i, no, ecnuiug " rrnn Oetji.itr. .li'i tfJ oTi.l l h-i- T F?j j f'rhomoflnr' free. I i.ttyeffuo- P. t DR. f r - A BEFORE V-AND -AFTER Electric Appliance are sent on 30 Day' Trial. TO tMH ONLY, YCUM3 0.1 OLD, "lTHO are irafr-Hr.' fn m NisFivm-i Hsbilitt, V I.'-M Vifii.irv. Lack o Nk'hk F'.m t ii Vioob. Wri.'i WKA(XKe4. and all ih'i-.- 'Ineaj.-t -r a I'aa-oxAL .Sati re iv-mtmif fr.-.m ARi'its and i'Tiuk i Siwly r.-O-r un.l c..m.i-t rent riti-in ut HKiLTn.'. ireihan.l Manhih,t-arantkkd. irr.inil. Misc-uvc.-jr of tli Ni n-o-'ntli Cvntiiry. nl ut vtice tut lilu&iraUxl l'airiihk-t freo. AU'lroaa V31TAI3 BEIT CO., MASSHALl, MICH. eakNervoysft CSCagrJ QS3! Vhnv (leblllly, Pihiliiiled poivrr, pi-eluvium d'-tiiv and f.uluro to p.-rt'orm lile'i liill, prnprrly are eaiiM-il l y ex, , '' ''' err""' "t youth, etj., will nud a p riV. t, ami In.-; in; re-tnr.iiionto roliuot heulili and Vlu'OC.ils inimhoiiil In rsfl THE MAPSTON BOLUS. aJ . instr-itnetitii. 'I Ins In -itnirnt ef T IV .ei-vii llelilllty bi.i , l'livlenl Ji''iivioimn"oniily inerful br-eanro ha'Ml tm p. r.iTt dincnnn new mill direr-1 met hoiN and at.itnt- ihur oiillini'i.. Kiill itif'irmnte.n and Tratimi frtu. A'l.lri-A I i.nnli ir.,- l'l.VHiciftti of MARSTONP.nMECYCO.,46W.14lhSt.,MtwYo:k. FREE! "RELIABLE SELF-CURE 1 a nvgnw prnfTipiinn oi one vi u int3l nJiu biiu Buccwtsiui fiift-iMiiin in im? tj. rat inow rotirrti fnr ihortirnof Xervoum Mtebititjh in plaiutti.-ulu(i euvtitujicreei lruguia cuu nil Addreu DR. WARD & CO., Louiilana, Mo, FREEforTRTAL An uiifiiiHiiKaud speedy enre for Kerf Ait li'MUty and Wuikrutt, LossiJ ritoivund V ifnr, or any evil resnltdf iiidinertti on, exeem, overwork, etc., (nver fortyttou sand pwitivo cures.) S nd He. fur poBtapo on triul box o lUUplllH. AlldlTK, Dr. M. U A(.'(iN. ror.Oariflt. htnAa CtUlit;. md Calhoun i'iaec, Chicago, lu. VEAK, UNDEVELOPED : PARTS OKI HKHI ' S AN Hi ) I V K n I. A K' i i- IK I H ' V I I . (7?KI, hi HKM.'I HK.M-:i,' t.f,, nn inttniMg nt. I'lin' run :.l --nv 1 :i;it T h; r' t' i.i Itiliri" il i. irl n iil.-ii-t ft Id i ' Fiat: u 23 85 S.Cl3rk St., Opj. Court Hdds3, CHICAGO. A roffiilnrrrndnnto. ByTlin lilet SpeetnlUt In tliu L'nit'.it Siati-, wlinie l.n i: i.umi km-khikni'K, perfect metli.iil ami piirn mc ili'-itift Innirn ri::HY and pkhmanknt ctei H of all I'rivntn, chronio and Ni.rvnits Di.si ts. k. AlfurtiniiKnt llin Jtlooil, SUIn, Kllney, ISIuihlei', rii.l Ion., I leer., .11.1 Moron, Nu'i-Uiiiir illliuJlnn(li, More Miniili, Thriuit, llouu l'nlii, p'TiiuintiUlly oiuud mid eradiuAt.-d hum tho ayntuin fur III". UCRIfnt! I TmpntHK'y.Srw'.tMl It til 3 U tl J J-, Kijcii'il Ihtufi, Mmtat and riiiisteal WenKttrnn, Juilhi'j JUitnovtJ, h'eulc l.u, Mttnlrd Jhrrhiimirnt, iiijetli mrii Is to Marriage, etc., from exctws or nuij tauiw, upralilit, Htifrltf and prlrairltf L'urrtl. J-Voiiix, Ul.l.ll.'-Aired and Old men, and a'l who need lu.'diual klll and e pe.'lenec, einilt l)r. Uato at im. II n iiinicm coi " notliinr. nndinay aave future misi rjt and tiliiuno. When inconvenient toviMt tlincity for treatment. in-diein"iciin tin aent Terrwli'iro h mail or eipreaa leeo iVnui .timer. TiUlon. r-It nai'lf-enileiit Hint n iiliyniiion li'i eivi'1 In., wli.ilo atti'ntion to a cV of diei"H nt ti.ln irre'iU Ulll.a'id pliysiriuuiitnroiielinut llio couuirv, know i"' 111 in. friU.'iitlvr.-iioiiini"iiiliIiU"-ult caiiui to tlio llil.t UpeelnlUt, liy whom every known t-ood rrmctlv W u I. aj-llr. llntc a Attn and l.x erleneo Mnl. i In nniiin of n uremn ImiM-rliiiiee. fj l lin.o wlio en II "ee nt ono h it Hi" It'Hiior. I oii.titnit lonilroe nml aucredly contlilentlitl. I n'ea whMi hnv finlml InoMnimiiK relief ..'Iwwlinr. expneinlly aolieiled. l etnnln l)i tami treated, fall r writ, llonr. from l to 4 1 6 to Ht S.lllil.n-. IO to IIS. OUtUH 10) lijiALlil IKNT t'uCK. Addremaa abuvo, .. , - 111 f m M.iamMH ,wawwfciy naKf?rmkm j.i'mi. wm en i !2a I. I3ook and Commercial OFFIGK:-Xo. ( Ohio It nil! - New . . World ONLY f A. ..' , I II l' 1. 1 tr-. It is seldom that we meet with an article that no fully correspond with Ua advertised good qualities aa does the Sew American Lever n atch. It has the advantage of being made of that precious metal Aluminum Gold: its works are of the best make, and the general style of the case rank if with the best Watches made anywhere. We recom mend it to our readers as a Watch that will give entire satisfaction. Soeay the ni wisiiaiicr men wlnit have iiii'iii oi our ppisoitai Kiiuwivuge. RANKS. THE CITY NATION AL HANK. L Of Cairo, Illinois. 71 OHIO LKYEE. CAPITAL, ,1 00.000 : A General Biitikiiii? Hasiiic t'oiuluct'!l. Tir().-5- W.IIAI.LIUAY (.'nidlier. INTEUl'liXffE SAYIMi 1JAN1C. Of Cilro, EXCLUSIVELY A SAYINGS HAM,. T.TIOS. AV. HAM.inAY , Tren-ii'er. Alexander coumy BjXiHlJSi Commercial Avenue ami Eighth Streei OAIUO. ILLS. Otficrtr: V. BKOSS, rrecldent. I P. N2FP, Vlco ln;'nl U. WELLS, Caehiur. I T. J. Kerth, Aaa't cash TJirfotora! F. Broaa Cairo I William Ktiif,e. .Cain I'uterNeir " William Wolf.... " CM Or-terloh " I U. (. l'atier " E. A. uudcr " I II. Well J. Y. Cerncori, Caledonia.; A 0 EXE RAT, BACKING HUSINE.SS DONE. Exchaneo pold and bought. Interett ti'tid Ii the Savtnt! Duo'irtmiiiit. Colleclloti ma le atifl all hu:nes prunpliv attended to. f.VSrRANTir. rJ QJ a S mi bt jr S 05 I N V! o V! w w WH r JO UH K -t r. r. H-i w Vj U R r W O a."' H O o Sh Si 3 O g u a v. A, A r-H Xi r . A N E 35 fj 3 G "r 2m a si TUB CELEBRATED ANKB. CONVERSE BANJO. JOHN F. BTKATTOJJ ifc CO., MASfFACTUIintB ALSO 07 IIRASS HAND IXSTUUMENTS, 49 Blnlden Lnuc, r m.,' New Vart WW FR iff BUENBTT, tl Jo) Printer, Levee. CAIRO. ILLS. ' OUR. InTEW AMERICAN LEVER WATCH ! After monthio(!b"r and ip-rlment. wshavaat laat bmnrlit to rarfw. ANEW WATCH, n i. a Hry Wlndlaa? Wtch Rh uS tl.iurl.a Au( ,. l, ifov.m.,,,. K.;nu Ba,..?" ", ".. ..d " . iny aru ma4a or the beat malarial, am! in ih. .... h... .... B..I? a. .li"a ik" 'ull"ri TJ" t""' mao. ..f our f.labr.ud ...T.imV. """""-''"""nun. i.uld. Tin. mMall.a.a.umci.i,t amount. ' t li,,(io0,l"'"""" awh a (rniilB cold appparanre. Ud e.l It cannot b I...J rrom a .nulu. oUd Waitn a ,";f "t"u. runijnarvooorBint inrnen anil aramaaalva and u ",'u",'" Biaainit ii jn u.e aairh lur Kallroa l i ' ' ,uorMI. m' "bo rtqulra a (uod "n n miuan arruraia t linebeeper. rortiad- irr.miT. piirun.rp, ii ia auj.ttriur to aujvatr&avr oil. ra.t. Th.if can l .old rcaillll lur lit and iscaarh. tra'lrd ao aa to dnabla tttoaa amount., farruera aa veil r-i.la ran hamlia tna.a watc'.ra to ailvautapa, aa tbny ba raanilyaxrlianr.il loratork or rnwli. V. .r-nd tl.a watch Ires by rrKltsrnd mall, on rrn ipt ot $8.00. Or mi .uiiuii ,. a. on receipt ot ,Qfj oa account; balance ran be n.ld a. th. ..nr... i.a.c. u . ... have very fine Aluminum Gold Chains at 1 1.OO a h. lui n-.iiiii.n charmi 50 tenia, we tiavaliuu of Uitiuioulala but bare room fur onlj a few. 'f! To. Merilo Tark. Tal Jan 1 1..4 :TbaA no Atnmlnum fiold Welch Klvaa perlact 101. iviiciiieneau'ioiiir mora vatciice balance to . Baud atouca. Kopectrulif ilaur; Bralttavait. Co. (innnimn. Col. Jan. 1. 1M4. month, apnl narrh..cd una nt a. ia t.m Aniori'-an Lever Wat-tiea ami I aula It fur .iau. f..u...nA Bio anotuer. tuciuaed dud caari. Tours, II. J. Uteeo. WniTB, Woodhnrn. Ky., -' i...ri.. i"i. nnin in, 1..1 lm.rtr.ti 1 u ........ ....1 t i WrltwTha two - - iiuiiiiuir.i iium jrirj receiTeii ail rlt;ht.Hi.id at once lor llieach r.,.. . . ;r.w..ii . lOtnuaLUUKUttis III Manf'g Co. 122 Ua;saa Street, New York tried thorn. We know notliinp; aboutS LLINOLS CENTRAL K. R JmttjrTtf.M i - -m1 TIIK Shortest and Quickest Route T O St. Louis and Chicago. Tho Onlv Lino Kuimint; 3 DAILY TRAIM From Cairo, Ma kino Dikkot Connection WITH EASTERN LINES. I fains I.iati Cairo: 3:U5 u m. Mbil, rrivlng In St. Louli S: a.m.; Chlcairo,8:30 p.m.; I'ntinectlnir: at Odin and Kflinehain for Cincln oati, LounTille, Iadlanapolu and pclnta Baat. H.':'Jj p. m. Fust ftt. Tiouis aiul W'estorn Jixprees. Arriving Id St I.onls 6:45 p. m., and connectlnit for all points Wuat. :i:45 p. m. F"ast Kxprt'Ri. For St. Loula and Chicago, arriving at tit. Loots 10:25 p. m., and Chicago ?:.Ua. m. rj;.j i.m Cincinnati Kxiiross. Arriving at Cincinnati 7:C0 a. m. ; I.onlnvllle 6 :55 a. m. j Indlanapolla 4:".t a. m. Pua.ei.gera by tlila train reaeb tho ab. ve pointa X'i to 30 liOL'ltft In advance of any other route. tiTThe 8:r)0 p. m. express han PULLMAN SOhEHNii CAK from t'slro to Cincinnati, with out chnngea, and through sleepers to St. Louis and Chleauo. Fast Time Eatst. P'l tvJPTI (TPriJ b' thii Unc " throaKn to Kaat. I anClICJ IS ern points without any delay caused hy Sunday IntervenlnR. The Watnrday after- joon train from Cairo arrives in new York Monday norniug at 10:35. Thlrty-aiz honrs in advanceot ay other route iff tit through tickets and further information Apply at Illinois Central Kailroad Depot, Cairo. J. II. JONKS, Ticket Agent. A.n. HANSON. God. Pass. Agent. Chlcaeo II R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO. Tra.ns Depart. Trains Arrlvs. c. ST. l. a n. o. n. n. (Jnckson route). tMail 4:45a.m. 1 1 Mall. .4:30p.m. tKxpress ....... 10 HOa.m. Express ...,10:30a.m. 'Accotn 3:50 p.m. I 6T. L. c. n. k. (Narrow-c;auge). Express 3:00a m. I Ex pre 1:15 a.m. Kx. AMail.... lo.30a.rn. Ex. Mali. ..4:10p.m. Accom l'rj:(5D.m. Accom 2:00 p.m. ST. L. At I. M. H. K. ,10:30p.m. tExpress .,2.30 p.m. tExprcss.. W., ST. L. A P. R. n. .Villi A ExM....4:f0a.m. I 'Mall & Ex. ..9.30p.m. 'Accom . ..4:011 p.m. I Accom 10:.'l0a.m. ,.1:45 a.m. FruiKht 6:45 p.m. MOBILE & OHIO R. It. Freight.... Mail .5:.Via.m. Mail 9:10 p.m. Daily except Wunilny. t Dullv. TIM 3 CAKD -07- AKRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OP MAILS. Ait at I Dep're P. O. j I'm PO i. c. k. K.itr.rougniocK man)., a a. m. " " ' ..U:Miam Sp. m. 9 p. m. 9 p. m. 9 p. m 9 p. m. 6 a. m. 9:30 ant p. m. (way mall)...- 4 30 p.m. " (Bouinern liiv B p. m. Iron Mountain R. R 2:30 p.m. YVanaan n. n in p, m. Texas s St. Louis K. R 7 p. m. I Ht. Louis A Cuiro It, R 5 p. in. I utiioKiver , ') p. n. Miss Idvcr arrives Wed., hat.. A Man. " departs Wed., Frl. & 8iid. P O. eon del. op. n from 7:30 am to 7:19 pm P.O. hox del. open from 6 a. m. to 9 p. m. Mundnys gee. do!, open from... .8a. in. to loa.m. Stiudavs hox del. open from....a. m. to 10:30 am tarNOTK.-Changes will he published from time to timi In city papers. Change your cards aa cordlngly. WM. II. MURP11Y, P. II, J