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HOW HE WAS CAUGHT.
Neither tall nor short, neither dark
nor fair, with hair between dark and
brown, and eyes that left a doubt as to
whether they were pray or hazel. Sho
was just such a little bundle of uncer
tainties and contradictions as led tho
imagination captivo at tho lirst glance,
and'ofl'ered a constant luro to anticipation-
. Whether sho spoko or remained si
lent, whether sho walked or sat, expec
tation hung breathless upon her next
word, hor next pose. Her eyes, vary
ing as seemed their hue, shone nono
tho less with a candid ray that seemed
tho very light of truth, and hor fresh
mouth, with its milky teeth showing
between tho not too-smiling lips, irre
sistibly suggested the sweetest uses to
which lips can bo put.
Tho heavily moving steamer had
plowed through half tho great Atlantic
rollers, and the few passengers had all
grown heartily tired of each other,
when sho suddenly appeared for tho
first time upon uecK quno mono, yet
calm and self-ecu tored as tho small
birds that sometimes poised themselves
upon spar or bulwark to gather breath
for fresh flight.
: It was Julius Hilder who had first
discovered her, leaning against tho
companionway railing, with tho air of
having just coino up or down, ho could
hardly determine which, looking ab"
sently at the tumbling water.
Julius and his friend, Austin Drake,
were seceilers from a gay parly who
had made the tour of Southern Europe
together. It was Julius who had insti
gated his companion to desert tho oth
ers and tako tho German steamer for
New Orleans direct, which then touch
ed at Havre, instead of crossing by
a Cunardor; and it had all grown out
of the obstiuato determination on tho
part of his sister to attach her party to
that of Mrs. Smollett.
Mrs. Smollett was his choicest aver
sion, a pretentious, intriguing woman,
in whom tho match-making instinct
had been so developed by tho effort to
establish her own live daughters that it
could not rest satisfied with the accom
plishment of that gigantic task. She
seemod to havo an endless supply of
nieces, adopted daughters, or protege
of sonio sort whom sho dangled osten
tatiously before tho eyes of all eligible
bachelors. Sho had improved a chanco
meeting with Julius to announce to
him a now acquisition, a lovely young
creature, whom sho was taking home
with her from a Swis3 Pension."
"Mr. Smollett's own niece, Mr. Hil
der. and nuitn likn niv Vnnnv nt Ui
ago. You remember Fanny? Sho was
your first love, I believe," she had
f 1 !a !. 1
bam, wun ner ogling dowager smile,
and Julius had felt himself seized at
once with an unsurmountablo aversion
to tho fair young nieco of Mrs. Smol
lett In the first heat of indignation
agaist his sister ho had conceived this
notablo schemo of crossing by the
Havre steamer, and though it had not
In its development proved to be emi
nently amusing, ho had never omitted
to congratulato himself and his com
panion, night and morning, upon the
good sense they had displayed in adopt
"No chattering girls or designing
dowagers," ho would say, and he
yawned ovt?r tho book or tho dull game
with -which they strove to believe they
were amusing themselves, "give a man
time to pull himself together and tako
ulcoudi oi stock, as it were." Still,
when one of those ninilo.ss pilfrriniages
below which formed tho only"brcak in
the monotony of this occupation, ho
had nearly ran over this pretty youn"
creatu.ro leaning against tho railings"
ft thrill of undeniable pleasuro had
coursed alung his nerves and he had
fe.t himsolf blushing with pleased
Fortunatoly the sea-tan had rendered
the blush indistinct, but over the light
that shot into his gray eyos tho sea-tan
had no power, nor yet over tho tonrruo
that stammered as ho tried to convey
his apologies for nearly upsetting her,
and his oiler of sorvico in conducting
her to a seat
"Thank you," sho had answered
coolly, -you did not startle me, as I
saw you coming; aad lam not sure
that I want a Beat"
There was no more to bo said, nnd
cer ma d appeared at tho moment with
ft bundle of parti-colored wraps. Ju
lius could only lift his hat aain and
carry out his purposo of goin below.
a ue naa no reasons for going except
man u was urou oi staying on deck,
ftnd as tho deck had now acquired par
amount attraction, ho was soon back
In tho meantime tho youn" lady had
made ud her mind nhnm n,n i
had found one for herself close against
iuu snip g siuo on tho weather quarter.
It was not a pleasant location, but as sho
bad chosen it. nml Im.i ,-.,... - i
...... .iiiji;u umr,ro
Bhawl around hor in an exclusivo so"rt
ay, no saw no plausiblo ground
Nothing could havo been mora dis
creet ana retiring than Miss Elton's
behavior, but tho perseverance of tho
. , 3 limsM bored bv too
uiwu ui uis own ana ins alter ccr0's so.
mivl), uu ixicujciuaoio lorco against
wuicu uo woman can successfully en
trench herself, nml an it ...... .....
before Drake found himself eliminated?
as a superfluous factor, from tho sum
OI flis incna s enjoyment, wheneve
Miss ilton appeared abovo deck. His
success, nowovcr, was more apparent
than real, for although he knew her
name, and was allowed to carry he
book ana tier shawl, and arrange her
chair in the most comfortable position
with referenco to the. wind or tho suu,
be had really made no great progress
la ber confideuco. Who sho was, or
why she hail chosen to make tho voy
age In this unconventional and eccen
tric wav, remained as great n tuvsterv
as it had been on that memorable first
day. It was tho close of tho tenth
day. dating from that of his discoverv,
nud Julius sat bosido her in that inti
mate fashion bred of tho isolation of
Ho had been reading to lier. l.nt
tho story was finished, and a silenco
had ensued, sho ntMearin to be wi-.in-
ped in thought, ami he watching her face
v ith half-veiled glances.
"Threo ruoro days and wo shall ba
at home," sho said, rousing herelf.
"You count tho days." ho said.
'Aro you eager to bo there?"
"No; neither eager nor reluctant.
Tho voyao has been pleasant, but it
will bo nice to be on shore again, too."
"What, or rather who, is going to
maKO it nice? Anybodv in particu
She put the oucstion aside with a lit
tle wave of the hand.
"You are curious." she said, mis
Julius bit his lii. He was curious.
and this was not the lirst time she had
You want much to know iust who
and what I am," she went on. "Yon
have made a dozen attempts to timl
out. Tell mo why. What difference
would it make to vou? If 1 were to
tell you that I am a niece of the Gov
ernor of Kentucky; mind 1 don't sav
that I am," she 'continued, as Julius
made a gesture of surprise. "I say if
1 were to tell you so, and add that 1 am
mistress of an independent fortune,
would that enhance my value in vour
"Suppose, on the contrary, sho
went on impetuously, and with a cer
tain warmth of tone that seemed to
spring from injured pride, "I were to
tell you that I am an orphan without
fortune; that I had just mouey enough
to carry me through the Conservatory
at Paris, and that I am hoping and ex
pecting to make my living by teaching
music, would that lower me in your
Julius still remained silent, perhaps
a littlo abashed by tho results of his
"I sco that I have embarrassed you,"
she said, laughing. "I shall not "insist
upon an answer. I leave you to adopt
whichever hypothesis best suits you."
She gathered tip her shawl and" book
as sho spoke, and made a motion to
rise, but Julius laid a detaining hand
upon her arm.
"No, no, you mustn't go yet," he
exclaimed and ho fancied a. dewines
in her eyes as she turned them toward
him, w hich touched him inexpressibly.
"I am- embarrassed, not so much by
your hypothesis as by something in
myself. Since you leave me to chooso
between these hypotheses, I will tako
tho latter. You are, then, an orphan
without fortune, hoping and expecting
to mako your living by teacliing'music.
To prove to you how little I deserve
your implied reproach, I will confess
what I should havo concealed from tho
Governor's niece. Miss Eitou, I adore
"Mr. Hilder!" she exclaimed, spring
ing to her feet, with Hashing eyes.
"Well," he said, quietly, "you
"You aro impertinent, sir," and she
swept away with dignity.
Sho remained closely shut in her own
cabin during tho remainder of the af
ternoon nnd until quito lato in tho
morning, when Julius, who had main
tained an anxious nnd impatient watch
on dock, found her in tho saloon sip
ping a cup of tea and nibbling a pieco
of toast by way of breakfast.
"I hopo you havo forgiven mo," ho
said, taking a seat beside her.
"Hut I have not," sho answered with
"Which have I offended tho Gov
ernor s niece or tho orphan music
teacher?" he asked with a saucy smile.
"Doth. It was a daring imperti
nence to one and a picco of insolence
toward the other."
"Well, I don't seo what I'm to do
about it. It isn't tho sort of tiling you
can expect a man to tako back."
'iNo, sho said, looking absently in
to her cup, then suddenly realizing
that this was not just what sho should
havo said, she hurried to add, amid
a confusion of blushes: "That is, of
course, you must tako it back; at least
you mustn't say anything more about
"15ut that's impossible."
"I think we'vo had cnou?h of this.
It was my fault; I am willing to cdn.Jt
that. It was wretched tasto on niv
part, aud l'vo sullered nil sorts of
things in consequence." She. waved
ard her cabin as sho snoko.
indicating that it was thus 1 iir hours
of retirement were spent. "Let nie "o
oacu to tlio question," she continued.
"lou asked mo whether thero was nnv-
body to make it pleasant for mo on
shore. Thero was no reason but. mv
own perversity why I should not havo
answered at once. No, nobodv that I
am nt all suro will care to make it
pleasant for me. I have a dear old
unelo who lias always been very wd
tome; but when lie hears how naughty
I havo been I don't know what hi '"will
say tome," nnd sho puckered tip her
white forehead into an expression of
"Well," ho said after waitin-r Soino
time for her to resume, "is that all?"
"That answers your question, does it
"My question as originally put yen,
I believo it does; but it has been so
amplltied that you can hardly expect
mo to be satisfied with that mea ner
"Amplified! I don't understand."
"Thcso two ingenious hypothec's, for
iustance were they both"puro fiction,
or which was tho truo statement"
"l'.oth pure inventions," sho return
ed, laughing and blushing n-ain. "I
am not that brilliant creature, a gov
ernor s niece, nor yet that more useful
anu rcsnoetiihln finn n til..,.).,,..
iisic. i ho governor's nieco was just
bit of satire.. 1 traveled nfew weeks
company with 8ue!i a per-
constant iteration with
.,ull;u nuu ueii upon her title, nnd tho
amount of respect it seemed to inspire
in tho minds of thoso who heard it
gave me the impression that it was tho
highost rank an unmarried women
CAIRO IUJLLKT1N; THUllSPAY MORN I NO .TUND 5, 1884.
could attain in Aim i it-x. I (iiink tin
inip!v'ion must be w !l founded, too
as 1 noticed it produce I quito an lb v
..v.., , I,., ., ir....i . ... . . i
startled for a :i',oiiu nt, I confess, but
Miujijy ui'i.iui' oi a Migiii coinci
"A eo'iicidi'iiiv! lo ou Know her?'
and a h"l Kiih and a look of cohnUt
nation sat togvther upon the fiv.ih
young face of M s Eitou.
"N-eraw l.ir; but there was i
. , ......, . . . ,
j'n'i io iiiaM- on' cross nie ocean w itn
stieii a prison an, I a lot of oilier vo
men, which 1 b iV.ited by ruiinin.
Oil! y i'U ran
aw a ;
ed the voi'ils out
"i s, they wont in a Cunardor, and
my tneiui Pr;,ko and 1 M.pnedolV an
took tin1 steamer at Havre.''
Sho looked at h.;a with idelv-opon-
i'h eyes ior a rii' iuni, during
lie invi.itM lor the hltn th t
;nie that i)KI
eves were or.uvn and not
as he had decided the.
ctu'T lift -
"Why did you run aw ay ;
after a pi. men;'. c.'iislik ra
1, O'iJ SOO,
lu o vf tit:
i. .. . ... i.
o oiners: i.:M a iiii,i
i.l t he la, ties niarrii-.l. s,i .i
cow !alii t ai:is hae to be on n-n-.
ie. e had a j illy, eomio: table l.:ue
unt.l we cot to 1 ;it.s on our wav hniuo.
ni' there sister took it into her head
io join a woi.ia.i w r.o nail Oeeti roain.ip
about tiie continent w:th a lot of "irls
on an eiet,sive Misoand hunt one of
thoe women who luver look a: a :n-
ga man w .'.liout p-.cttinng hi:u to hor
se. i wa.k.ng t.p ;:.e a;.-.e w.th a whito
tic, v, It.i ).:..! a ,1 .;i ,:'o!i.ii)e;i at
his b;uk. and wr.o ha a.w.ns iust tho
girl on hand w iu u.i alk up tnc mh-
er a.s.e : w tr.Je ui:u and meet hin:
demmviv at the ;.itar. I had no fancv
for bcin ' co, 'fed on a steatuer with
such an cxper. enced aii'ler."
'And the governor's niece was one
Some ou-rnor nieco, so I heard.
Now, what ; the naughty thing vott'vo
been dein.? Cvine, coutidence for
For sole answ r. however. Miss Elton
leaned Lack in her chair and began to
langh imni idi rateiv. Julius looked at
her for some. m"inen:s then catching
the infection, began to laugh too, much
to the edification of the waiters, who
were beginning their preparations for
"I have uodoult it's awfully funny,"
he added, as she wiped the tears from
her cheeks "but 1 could enjoy it more
if I knew just the point of view from
which you ee it."
"Perhaps you could," she replied
demurely, cheeking an impulse to laugh
again. "We seem to be in the way;
suppose we move."
"Come on deck," he exclaimed, ris
ing with alacrity and offering his arm.
"Thank you, no: I don't feel quite
equal to the deck this morniug."
She made him a ceremonious obei
sance, ami her cabiu door had closed
behind her before he had fully realized
Site did not reappear during the day.
It was their last day at sea nnd Julius
was in despair. The jetties' light was
in sight when he retired, and when ho
awoke in the morning the smooth glid
ing motion of tho ship announced that
they were in the river. Ho was in no
haste to see the low shores of the .Mis
sissippi, in fact he felt at the moment
that ho hated them; yet ho sprang up,
dressed with dispatch and mounted to
the deck. Everybody was thero but
the one ho sought. He stood near tho
companion way, watching furtively and
starling at every step. "She did" not
come, neither was she at the breakfast
The hours glided by, tho city rose in
to view, passengers came on deck with
saeliels and umbrellas, prepared for
going ashore, but still that particular
cabin-door remained closed. Thev
were at the w harf, tho staging was run
out, and a dozen or more citizens rush
ed across with that strange eagerness
so inexplicable to the voyager whose
eagerness impels him in "the opposite
direction. Julius, still maintaining his
watch at tho companion way, fell him
self gently put aside by a 'tad, eray
haired gentleman, in a brown coat,
who went with careful haste down tho
brass steps. Ho heard a little cry, and
peering through a skylight he saw Miss
Elton in the arms of tlio gray-haired
gentleman, her bead pressed "against
the brown coat, and her eyes upturned
to meet his .spectacled gaze.
"Her uncle!" ho muttered peevishly,
"who the devil is he anyhow?"
He moved discontentedly to tho side
and looked at the people hum-in"
ashore. " "
"Hello, Julius! Going to spend tho
night aboard?" cried brake, oiniti"
up with a duly chalked valise in eaeiT
"Oh, Mr. Hilder," exclainvd another
and moro musical voice. "Wait, uncle,
I must introduce you; Mr. Hilder lias
been very kind to me."
"What, Julius! Why, my dear boy,
how d'ye? My wife wrote me you wero
coming over with her." His hand was
grasped with a hearty pressure, and ho
found himsell gazing into the
cled eyes of Mr. Smollett
"Oh, stupidest of stupids!" he ex
claimed as lie thrust slippers and
brushes into his valise iu the privacy
of his cabiu. "liagged by the Smollett
ogress after all, by Jupiter!" he added
as he gave a last twist to his fair mus
tache before the misty mirror. Aew
He AViuited u Cliniuje,
Husband "Do you know, my dear,
that the men would be happier if tho
women would follow some of tho cus
toms of the Japanese?"
Wife "Why you horrid thing! You
wouldn't want mo to blacken my teeth,
would you?" J
llusbaiel-"No; but there is ono
thing tho Japanese women do which, if
you followed might KiV0 nm u chanco
to look in the mirror occasionally."
Wife "What on earth can tha't'be?"
Husband "They dress their hair
only once in four days, darling." AVw
York Juitrual. "
A New York doctor sas small feet
signify n quick temper. Tho assertion
that tho bello of Chicago has a per
fectly angelic disposition must bo true.
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ny iiill' 'it li till irKiif,
on r.'.'eiiit la cent
v.fl-L-,r-, Oil A. . UUn,
an infallible mrt for I'llrn.
llico $ 1 , at (InirRifW. or
hint en paid ny rimll. Samplo
fret. Ail. "ANA KESIH."
Al inters. Jiox 2 4 1 8 S w Kort
MO PAY! i&llf
ho. hiiOTii ( uu hi., 1 hlciiiru iKi
Ubl1ltJ ! tlll trfftllliir ftll I'rl-
vle, Xiuu, (.'iiiubic aiiJ hx'rUI llf
rtii.8,rni4lrhir, (mfwitenry (I'Tiinl
miltnt tn iH-rd'mallT, T.r l.y kller Tri
- Krun (it ttt only fihynlrtun In th
-ttt thitt wurmnlii rtirn nr no loiT. &3S
I lilt. II. II. RANK, ul (ha lhnrirr
llonic, tiow nil. 'in n It'iiif1y wlirnl.f
Invon fan rurr hlnurir qnlrklr and fmlnlMI. For lntlmo
&1.vl MD't tulnrtcni'Tilitfroiil nitrifM int'.ltrnl liili.r.,HiMtiM
U. li, WlKiA.M.t S.U.,1001-ltuBbl.Mrw lork(tt;.
Iu I he lilona in iit to fliow It-elf n n,o Surln.'
mid ni,tur.. rlionl.l hy Ml iiiuiii.h lie khim Vil ,J
ihrowlin: it nil', swtfi Seville iIuok this iMlectlvo
ly. H H n purely vi'ifi'inlilo, nmi iol-oiiou riim
uiiv, which hel imtiito lo lnrco nil ih i ol.on or
tulnt out Ihrouli ihe porvM of the Mn.
Mr. Itolvrt A. KiiHloy, ol lllclon. Tenii.. wrllin
miller ilni". if March in, lssi: -I hml . hl!- Hiid
lever (ellewed hy i liciinmllmii, fur three yi-nrx, m
tlinl I n not nlileto Mtemt to my I'li-lm-fH ; Imd
trcd iilmoHt eveiy kind of nudielne, nnd t nnd
no re lei A friend i ecnniinei tied SwiuV Sjii cillc
tri,l one h dtie and my hclih lieeim le Improve
I Ciiiinniied n til I I a, I lukt ii rx lioltlm. loid it
"ii hi nie on my let. h Minnd snd in well uh
fVcr. I receiiun.'i.d it io nil inniarly ulllicled."
hetiern front twenty ilirec e. l) (,l ihe U-H'liu" r
tHil (trn.i'iit of Atlnniii hfiy.iin r ,li.t MurrliVI
r"i in h vcciilc ti.iin H-.v
oiln r one r, meily. nnd three to ten tlm, .. .,,...
'' i n iiii'iiiciiic. v i sell li
ti it 1 1
einr. e . II 1 11 nil :i I ot the lleM fHlCl le u,.
Ceiiernl lienllh Innic "
It H ft
i-e Unit Said- Spccillc "iivi'd mv Of.. 1
ti rriti.y p i-.m. d with i,i,i Hrlu. ut.il uuHeivcn
up to di.. Sifi-M Si, ,'llle rel.eved me pr.iim.ih
"'" U'ely. I tiiink 11 the treiilehi renicly of
Sup t i WinUs. Keine. ;!.
I l.vi kli.mn nml iikimI Snif!' Sinetile fer m ,re
limn i em v ye.ir-, n. , h,iV,. H..,, m re w -i.il rial
reu itien us n,.,. in i, irom M,,v rem iH In i
out i, I (tic l'leirm.u'o;.e'!i. It H ., rerljiin m il - i
ItlUliioU. to il l Kurt el lllood I'O'H.n
J I'lrlooN SMITH .M I)
Our I r, ntf en llleod nml SiO.n
ire. io iipi,!i :iii!s.
Til S SWIM' si-Knur rii ,
DniAei :i, A'.'.nOi. t..
Y. OIV.,e, l.VI W. St , ,et. .'I Ith AVd,
' . - f.
Dc lMwrDV P" NEVER
f 30 UNION SQUARE! NtVVYORK.
M?0 oAN(J u&
ILL. MASS. GA.
TOR SALE BY
If. Steagala & Co., Cairo, 111
617 St. Charlc3 St. ST. LOUIS, MO.
A Tflffnlrtp Orndnntft Oi two medlr.i
colii'Ke,. lias been loiivei ei.'ifnned in tlietrent
ft.ent of .'lironif, rVorvoiiw, eiliin nn.l
llloo.l Olieae, ilian any otlu-r pliyslelan In
rt. I.onls, ue cllv pa,ers sliow imd all ..Id r-i-dents
know. Consnltatlen .itott'.ei; or bv mall,
free and Invited. A Irl. ndlv ti.lk or tl! opinion
Costa not I, i ii sr. When It Is Ineoi.vriilent tuvlilt
Jlie city for treatment, tiirdielncn ran be 5ent
l'ymall or exprei, evervu heie. ( Hrabie caset
Kuaraiiteed: where doubt tx'.stJ 1. 1 frankly
etnted. t ailor Write.
(TTnm Proil ration, Dpliliity, Mental anil
Phyilral fffkn, Mprrmlal and other
fffrtlono( Throat, KklnanJ Bonen, Klood
ImpuritlM and Hlond Polmnlng, ikln Alter
tlon, ((Id Sore tail Ulcern, linpei.lmentu to
Marriage, Itheumatlim, I'llei. Special at;
tenting to taie from orer-worked Strain.
El'RflirAT. CASKS recclre uperlal at tentlon.
Dleaspa arlilng from Imprudences, Kicenaoit,
Indulgences or Expoturei.
It li eir-pvldent that n plivileinn f e.ylnic
pni tkiilar attention to a elas of eaei atlnlns
l-'reat Fkill. and Idiyslrlans In regulnr pi-aittlca
all over tlit country knowing thin, I'rjq -ently
recoinniend ra-es to t he olde-t oiliee in A merl
ca, where, every known appllanee it 'cortec
to, and tlio proved (food reniodio:' e,f aU
aires nnd countries are uied, A whole ptise u
lined for oiliee purposes, and all are treale l with
Blilll In n respectful manner; and, know.ng;
w hat to do, no experiments are made, ( n ..e
count of tho gn-ut number a,lvln, tlia
charires are kept low, olten lower than is (!i
minded by others. If vou secure the ski t : ml
Ket a speedy and perfect life chip, Unit s .no
Important matter. JJamitilut, til) pages. S;iit
to any address tree.
p.IMARRUGE GUIDE (ps
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cents in potageor currencv. over llfly won
derful pet, pi. 'lures, trm- tollfc, ni tieles on tlio
following subjects: Svho may marrv V whon it;
whyf I'roperngeto marrv. Who marry tlr-t.
Manhood, Womanhood. Physical de.'.iy. W :io
hniibl marry. Ilow life ami hupplneii intiv e
Increased. Thnse married or coiiteiupluf i.irf
niarrvlng slieuld rend It. It ought to be rea l
tiy all adult persons, then kept under lock and
key, 1-opular edition, same as above, but pa"r
cover and i!uu pages, 'ti cents by mail, 1 nouot,
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The Weekly Bulletin.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv Line Kunumc?
O DAILY TRAIN
Making Dikkot Connection
I'iuin t.tArr t'Aino:
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Lull. l.ouifYioc, itii:li,iiii,,olis and polntt. Kant.
p.. in. Fast Nt. I,,,,iH and
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a m ; Indluhiipo H 4.i. a m. l'aa..eLKurk br
Ili.K train . ii, ti It.e at. ve ioiuta 1'J to 'Ati
IH.,1 !i in ait Vance of any other rotlttt.
t ,-T!.e !t: a m , i..d nti . .
SOiKliVi (Alt from 1'nlro to ('liirtiii,utl"u-ii,..
out .ii;mi;ei". and llir.,i;eh al.
and (. liu ao.
Fast Timo Fast.
llSCllCClV "irnuh to Kant.
1 1 tin poinia wiihinit .u,
'a.ii'cd t'V ..iiittnv tritervet.iiie Th.. k.,,..aL..
, r , . ...v .r...,.un. o.,D.
loon .ra.n .rr.n l iiro arrives In new Vo-k Moiiday
nornntKBt ::'.&. Thiny-m hours in advanccof
I f-Kor il.rinu'h tltketn and further information
il'i'.t t (tthioih t'ei.tn.l llui.-oail Depot, Cairo.
.,r 'r I''-J"NK. Timet Aent
I'A8GN. Oi n. l'kse. Anect. Cnlcaro
'.. It. TIME CARD AT CAIKO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. H.
Train-J, pa-t. Train-
Mail .':.' a.T. . I tMi.II
Kpre. S'l'i i. m I Kxpres. ....
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Dally except Suu lay. t DailV."
altl.IVAL AND DErAKTCKE OF MAILS.
Arr at Hep'rt
.. v. . ii. i, iiLrnucn iocs main, s a. m.
3 p. m.
ft p. m.
' p. m.
0 p. m
M p. m.
6 a. ni.
4 p. m.
(war main ,
Iron Mouniuin K. li ,
Wahati ft . It
Tei'ii t .St. Louia It. K
V. Lonta A Culro It. It
liiv. r arrtvea Wed . a!
departs Wed.. Kri
V o. pec del. op n from
P.O. box de!. o, tr from
Sunday gee. iie;. open Irom.
Sundaia hex del. open from.
...!S p. m
.." p. m.
..5 p. in.
,..7::in am to 7:31 pm
..6 a. m. to 9 p. m.
.."a.m. to lu a. m.
. .ti a. m to 10:30 itn
he puhlished from
( ty-MiiK.-Cbani."-a will
- - -- - "... ..v itiniivi. nun
time to time in city paticri". change vnur card ae
cording!)-. M. M. MUKl'HY. P. M
T H E
JIutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized De-comber, 1883, Under tie
Law of 1883.
Succc'iir to Widow and Orphan .Mnlnal Aid So
ciety, organized July 4th, 1877, under
Hi-.' laB of 1872.
JOHN II. liOI'.INSON.
W.M. SI HAT f N
J. A. OOLl'STINK...
c. v. du ,m() ;
BOARD OF DIRECTORS foh 1st YEAR.
Wnj. Htratton, Siratlon A Illrd, erottTK, Cairn, 111.,
J. A. OouiKtinc, ofHoldKtine A Hoacnwatcr. whole
Mlcand rct.nl dry good;C. W. Dnnnlni?. M. D.;
i re. lid. Med hx., for I cnKlona; Albert Lcwli,
commlealon merchant; ,J. II. Holilnxon, county
Jmljjo an. nofflry public; Wm. K. I'ilcher, com.
Droker and In.uraiire aent; K. II. Halrd, city
atrcetsupervtiir; .M, Thdlipa. carpi liter and build
-r; Jbomaa Lewln, attorney and Kccretarr ; K. V.
I lercc, attorney at-law, DiiOtioln III.; K. C. Pace
cahler of t'enlinnlal Kan-, Ashley. 111.; Albert
Ilayden, ciikIiIit of Oeore Connelly A Co., Sprlii
nelii. 1 1 ; II. M l ii mi, altorney-at-law, 168 ltan
doiph Klrect, Clilcnpo; lion. Kobt. A. Hatcher, at-tornev-at-liiw,
ChurlcHton. .Mo.; II. Lelybton,
canbier Firnt National Hank, bluurt, lows.
BEFORE V-AND AFTFH
- m " m m w Ml.l J
Elflctrlc AnnllinrAi am iAnt ah in nui T.UI
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNO OR OLD,
t inea, Watino WaaxMKitiKa.andall thinudlacaina
t,f a I'KHsoMai, NATtina rcmiltlnu from Aiieiaa and
OTina I'Ai'UKa. Bpeedy relief ami euinulate reato
rutlun .if II ralthA iooh and Maniioou (Ii'aramtd.
The Kramlimt illn-overy nf Out NlnetiM-nth Centurr
bind at oiil'u fer Illustrated Pamphlet frm. Addraaf
VOLTAIC BtlT CO., MARSHALL. MIBH.