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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MOKNHTO, NOEVtBER 2,1, 1883.
THE GFEAT GERMAN
: llnileves and cures
' Kill I'M ATISM,
. Neuralgia, . ; .
, II.M KArilE,
... SORE THROAT.
Soreness, Cuts, Bruise,
m f, n Ai.ns,
And all other IxxtHy wnsa
fiFTlf CENTS I BOTTLE.
r,.,i l,v nil Druguists and
THii.fr.' Directions la It
The Charles A. Vofleler Co.
ititiiiiiiorp. nr.i. a.
a " '.r
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TO PRESERVE THE HEALTH
l'e the Mas-niton Appliance Co.'s
Magnetic Lung Protector !
They are priceless to luiks, gkntleiix and
CUILDR-X With WKK 1.1'NIIS; no Case Of tfNKl-MOK'A
or ciioiip Is ever kn wn where these
garments urn wo-n. Tney a'so prevent and cure
HiAT MmCl'LTlKS. COUls. KlUl'MiTlSM, HICHAL
OIA, THROAT TKOI BI.E. DIPHTHERIA, CATARRH, AND
ALL KIXI1UED Plt-BASK-. Will H any Service
forruHKE teaks. Are worn over the under-clolh-
i1 V K J PIT H ' needlos describe ths
I; A 1 All It II j ivmptoDsof this ntnseoui dis
ease thut is sapping the I f e and strength of only
too manv of iliu fairest and best of both sexes.
Labor, studv ai d research in America, Enrope and
Eistern lanil. hive resulted tnthe Ma.rne.tlc Lock
Protector, atl'inling euro I t Catarrh, a remeajr
which oatains .No Ubi'uuinq or tub t8te, and
with the continuous elream o' Manetiam per
meating through the afflicted organs, xrsT BE
TORI THEM TO A HEALTHY OTION. Wl PLACE CVB
pbice for this Appliance at less than one-twentieth
of the price ar.li.ed by other for remedies upon
which you take nil the chances. and wi especial
l.T intite the patrouaire of the hanT persons who
have t ied BiifuniNo theih sto icub without zt-
HOW TO OBTAIN Go yfZl
gist and ak for them. II tluy have not got them,
wrte tithe proprietors, encloeln.,' the price in let
ter, at our risk and thev shall be sent to yon at
once hv mail, postpaid.
Sund sta np for tlio "New D-parlure In Medi
cal Treat ient without M Kinase," wlih thou
sands of testimonial' .
THE MAUNKTON APi'LIANCK CO.,
218 sttale Street, :hioco, III.
Note. Scud one dollar in poUse stamps or
enrr. ncyUn letter at nor risk) with lze of shoe
UMially worn, at d try a pair of onr Magnetic In
soles, and be convinced of the power rending In
onr Magnetic Appliance. Posiiively no cold feel
where tliey are wuru. or money refunded. 109-ly
THE BEST THESG KNOWN
Washing and Bleaching
In Hard or Soft, Hot or Cold Water.
SAVES I.AIIOR. TIME and SOAP AMAZ
INGLY, and tiives univ-ral mttir-Uon. 0
laiuiiy, rich or ooi, should be without it
Bold by all Orocers UEW-JKK of Imitation!
well desiKued to nualenji. l'fcAKLIt. is i ma
ONLY hAKK labor-saving counound, and
Itki'l bears the above tyuibul, and name ol
dAMEt rVLE. NEW YOKK.
Fromtheso sources arise Oiree-fourttH ot
the tlUeaa;8 of tho humou raoe. These
symptom indicate thoir existence: Loss ol
Appetite, Bowli costive, Nick Uead
achi fullneas after catinir, aversion to
exertion of body or mind, JOruotatlon
of food, Irritability of temper, Low
spirits, fee I in k of having neglected
some dnty, IHzzinesa, Fluttering; at the
Heart, Uots before t he eyes, highly col
ored trine, to.iisxiPATlowr and de
mand the use of a nimody that a;tg directly
ontheUvor. AaaLlvur mcdlclno TCTT'S
PI LLS have no equnl. Their action on tho
Kidneys nnd Skin is also prompt; removing
Ml imparities through theso three " scav
enters of the system," producing appe
tit, sound rtlifogtion, renulnr otools, a clear
akin and a vigorous brxlv. Tl'TT'S PILLS
oatHe no nnunea or giipiug nor interfere
with daily work and nro a pi-rfeot
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
ttE FEELS LIKK A SiW MAW.
"I hnvo had Ifyspc-psin, with Constlpa
tion.two years, and have tried ten different
kinds of pills, and Tl'TT'S are the first
that iinve done mo any gooO. They have
cleaned mo out nlcofy. My appetite is
splendid, loot! digests readily, and I now
have natural pu.-snirps. I foci like a new
man." W. b. fc'IMVAKDS, Palmyra, 0.
Boldeverywhcre.a-'Jc. Ofliee,4J Murray8t.,N.T,
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
Ghat Uair oh Wihskebh changed in
etautly to aGLossv Ulack by a single ap.
plictkUon of tills Drt. told by DruKgisu.
or sont by express on receipt of I.
Office, 44 Murray Street, New York
TUTT'S MANUAL OF USEFUL RECEIPTS
PAULHLAOKMAR fc CO.,
Ei? Kapids, Mich.,
Manufuc'.urers and General Dealers In
Lumber, Luth and Shingles
Buy direct from the Saw Mill, and
I I'! jjr '!l
. ;" No nrice Psta issnd. bat will he nleHHr-il
UV deJlvered prices ou any grale of Lumber, t-tc,,
you ncea. in -ana
? v n r a u p a i v
tu I w w mm V
State & tv".or;rco S:s., Chicago.
lof ."( I'.WW'. i i.ltiri.Ht(l
if nrtiiiirt1, I'uila, LWIU,
vt xj'in. tuvrin Hen inn avi
li s nry UiUrMllof book, ssd bu U. frtmoon. n tr
tfcMSUd. tu run n. it iplti.i (h. priMipltl of
lit. ud a.tS od U orifi. of ditckMi, .n4 ilioul4 Ij. rMl
k, All Iktaki.f ppl.. It onuim iiiatit pmorlptlona
for Id. ar. ol Mervoua and Ph.ioul Dsbilliy, Lo.
Vitality. OefaoUv Mmorj, Dmpondsnoy, n tb.
wh4. trs W di.orl.rt bruurlti o. ty .trrw.rl ..4 t,.
sntlou s .In preaortptloua (.r Catarrh, Scrofula, to.
A H (4 Uia irk saal miii, iku.Ij MM, (rw, bf
IAnmk Ik. luttxir,
vT.aV JAOIC. M.O., 10 W. (t St., CUsasB, Otis,
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Tho Daily Bulletin.
A Memorial to William liurdock.
A project hns been started in En
gland for erecting a public memorial
to William Murdock, one of the great
est of modern inventors, vhosu tri
umphs include, the first primitive loco
motive made in England. At an early
age he was employed in running Watt
stationary engines, and displayed great
skill and'industry in these labors. His
fir.-t effort to use steam for the purpose
to which it is now so extensively ap
plieU was recently described by tho
London Times as follows:
"It is related that after he had got
the first engine in the Wheal Union
ready for starting, the people in whose
hoiis'u he lodged at Redruth, heard a
great noise in the night, and found him
in a nightmare hammering at his bedpost
and roaring: "Now she goes, lads."
It was in 1784, about five years after he
wont to Cornwall, that Muniock con
structed at Redruth a model of a high
pressure engine to run on wheels. It
was about a foot high, the boiler being
heated bv a spirit lamp. A dark night
wns chosen for tho trial of the machine
on a lonely path leading to the parish
church, about half a mile from tho
town, between high hedges. Muniock
lit the lamp, and before he expected it
off dashed tho engine. Tho village
purson happened to be coming down
the road, and suddenly meeting tho
hissing, fiery, headlong thing, the rev
erend'gentlenian raised appalling cries,
and long afterward talked of tho oc
curreuee as having given him the
greatest emotinu of his life. Unfortu
nately, after this experiment Murdoch's
attempt in steam locomotion ceased.
On hearing of his success. Watt, who
was not always magnanimous, evinced
uneasiness, and being in Cornwall at
the time, ho wrote to Houlton, urging
that Muniock should be. ordered to de
sist from his undertaking: but Iioulton
took another view of the matter, and
made an honest proposal to the young
Scotchman. He offered him 100 to
pro.M'oute his experiments, and prom
ised that if within a yearMurdock con
structed an engine capable of carrying
two persons and the driver, with 200
pounds of luggage, fuel for four hours
and water for two hours, the machine
to nin nt the rate of four miles an hour,
a partnership in the enterprise should be
struck with the proprietors of Soho.
Murdnck, however, was too much en
grossed by his ordinary duties to be
stow the proper amount of time and
thought to tho perfecting of his inven
tion, though he appears to have foreseen
all its possibilities, and to have been
sanguine of snceeeding with it some
day or other."
The idea which Murdoek developed
to this extent, and then abandoned, af
ter having prolited by his practical
knowledge of Watt's stationary engine,
was subsequently expanded by Trevi
thick, who was at one lime an assistant
of Murdoch's, so that in the early
English experiments, prior to the
marked siu-cess achieved by (ieorgu
Stephenson, there seems to have been a
connection which hits probably never
been tulv explained tiwei.u the pro
gressive labors of Watt, Murdoch and
Trevithick. Murdoch's permanent
claims to distinction, however, rest on
a very broad basis, us he devised many
useful appliances, inchidingthe first at
mospheric railway, and he is now hon
ored in England as a man who first
demonstrated the possibility of using
gas on a large scale with profitable
commercial results. After using gas
for years in his olliecs and cottage, he
constructed at Hinninghani an appa
ratus ior making, storing, and purify
ing gas, with a view ot supplying fac
tories. No patent was applied lor or
gra nt ed .tin il wni A'ir.
A Oat That Prefers Elevators.
The Ti'ibum: elevator car had started
on its upward trip last evening and the
elovutor-boy was gazing upward into
its furtherest corner, evidently lost in
reverie. I'reseiilly there came a dis
tant call in tho shape of a plaintive
'Miaouw.'' The elevator-hoy checked
his car forthwith ou a level with the
floor wh"iiee the sound came. There
was no one to be seen end the smallest
boy would have been vi-ilile.
"doing up?"' asked the elevator-boy.
'Miaouw.Miaouw!" was responded.
The elevator-boy slid open, the door
and a gray cat walked demurely in,
sprang upon the seat, and began' lick
ing her paws until two floors had been
passed, when she uttered another cry
tind sprang down before the doorwav.
The ear stopped, the duor was opened,
and Tabby passed out.
"Is she a regular passenger?'' was
"Is she?" said the elevator-boy. "Of
course she is. She lives in the build
ing, she does. She never walks up or
down stairs 'ccpt on Sunday, when the
elevator aint running. If it's evening
she uses the hack elevator."
"Where is she going now?"
"She's just dropping in to see a friend
others, lie's a lawyer, ami he often
stays late to write, and she goes in and
sits on the table and watches him, and
he gives her a bit of something to eat.
in 'bout an hour, before my time's up,
Khe'll come back to the top floor. Meb
be she'll stop a little in the editorial
rooms; then hhe goes up to tho restaur
ant. She always gets there about 12
o'clock when the printers get their
lunch. They all know her."
"Sometimes," he added, "she sits
down in the car and keeps mo company
for awhile. She ain't any bother. She
knows how to behave 'herself better
than some of the lawyers and sharp
chaps who are always usking a feller
whether he's going to get married and
how's his girl. She goes all around
down-towu by herself, she does. The
other morning one of the fellers saw
henlowti on Fulton Market. She knew
him and ea, no up and rubbed against
his legs. Top floor here, sir, if you
want to get out."-A',.w York Tribune
There is in the possession of William
Ellery, of Provident.,., j , n j,,..M.
son of the William Kllery who signed
the lii'claratiot) of Independence, a silk
bed-.-pr. tul, under which no one but a
rre.siiluil of the I'nited States has evei
si. pt. It was made to cover the bed
of Washington when he visited Hhod,
Island, and ever since, when a I'r.-si.
dent slays over night in that state it is
pent to perform u similar service.
There- are certain characteristics
connected with a lazy man which are
admirable. They excite in tho twang
ing, jingling breasts of the nervously
fidgety a fceiing which borders on re
pect and is akin to awe. Your double
o-eared fidgety man will spin all day
Tike a top and run down in the cool of
the evening on tho identical spot on
which he started off after breakfast.
The man suffering from chronic lassi
tude will heep still, keep cool, keep in
the shade, put in a lull day's work
resting himself, aud arrive on time at
sundown, cool, ca m, and collected,
with nt having once sweat under the
collar or laid a hair.
The professional lazy man seems to
cat, drink, and sleep with as much
gusto and fiinij front as his fidgety
brother with the high pressure anatomy
and patent double' cylinder, fast, per
fecting, hygienic apparatus, who pets
hot in the box, and wears and grinds
and cuts hi life away like a piece of
misfit machinery. The fact of the
business is, the man of bustle wears
his life away for the want of tho oil of
rest. The lazy man just soaks along
like a handful' of cotton waste in the
oil cup of a box ear axlo.
Thirsday Evemso, Nov. 22, 1883.
The weather continues cloudy, dark and
ehowery to-day. This section, like many
others, has been visited in last 24 hours by
heavy rains accompanied by vivid light,
ning and thunder, and the rivers are boom
ing. The market caused by the gloomy weath
er or some other malign influence, is dis
couragingly dull and draggiug in all its
tranches. Values show no material change
but are weak and unsettled.
FLOUR The market is full stocked and
very dull. Not enough movement to estab
lish quotations and the outlook is not at all
HAY There is a fair inquiry for strictly
choice, which is all wanted in small bales.
The market is fairly supplied with all
CORN Plenty offering and the demand
is very light.
OATS The demand is limited and sup
MEAL Easy and unchanged.
BRAN Scarce and wanted. Stocks are
all held at tho mills.
BUTTER-Overstocked, and only strict
ly choice called for.
EGOS Receipts have been liberal and
prices are a shade lower.
POULTRY Chickens continue to drug
and must prove a losing commodity to
shippers. Turkeys are in active request.
GAME Receipts are light and should
continue so until the weather changes.
APPLES Market easy and slow owing
to the unfavorable weather.
POTATOES AND ONIONS IHcnty
Salen and Quofations.
NOTE. The prices aere given are for sales from
first bands tn round lota. An advance lr
eb&rt'ed for broken lots in Qlllnsorders.
100 bbls fancv
S O hhls varions grades
nw DDIs cnoice
100 tbls extra fancy
? cars trilt edee small bale
4 cars choice Timothy....
1 car Eood pr mo
8 cars choice niixed,
5 cars mixed
2 cars threshed Timothy, damaged
2 cars new mixed in bnlk.
Scars new white in bnlk...
2 cars new white In sacks.
2 cars old mlxi'd
3 cars choice , in bnlk .
3 cars mixad In bulk.
3 cats, tn sacks, del..
No. 2 Ked, per bn ...
No. 2 Medlteranean.
Citv on orders I 4"13 45
fi00 pounds choice Northern packed 20323
8'fi pounds choice Northern dairv 25
li 00 pounds Houthirn Ills 124''l
no Dutit ds Northern iOix
500 pounds choice Southern Ills 1517
500 donen t4'4
2O0 donen S
ft coops mixed young and old ,
M coops mixed
.1 soa 00
Quails per don
Wild tu-keys per dozen..... ,
Wild ducks pur dozen
Per bbl choice Ben Davis
" ' Home Beauty
..3 &0&2 75
Choice rod ,
rotators per bush
Potatoes per bbl .
10 Crates, according to.slze 9 oo&U 00
f ine uuwasaed
H.O. lUms ".,
Wear sides ,,
kt. Johns ! 1
Ohio Klver 1 CO
2U bushel bnrlaps I
ft bushel li
Peaches, halves and quarters... n 1264
Apples, bright ,
Choice navy , t li
llbolce medium 2 (5
Choice, 'Factory 13
V lb V
f 9 &ar
Calf, Orcen 1'4
Dry Hint choice 15
Dry Salt 11
(treen Salt - 8
Plum Green 6
Sheep Pelts, dry l'iiM
Sheep Pelts, green lV.i5
Daniared Hides M ot
Common Lu $i 7VM
Good iul's 4 Mia 5 0
owLeaf 4 7rvj 1 Ot
Medium Leaf 1 7 ft
GoMLeaf .... 1 5ci 9 '(
RATES Or" FREIGHT.
Gram Hay Flour Pork
tfewl. sjewt. ajbhl. Wbbl'
Mei'Vbls 12XJ ' 15 25 85
vOr:eans, M Wi fi 60
Helena, Ark 17 22 S5 60
Klineston. Miss .... 2".!Vj 27' v 7M
Vlckshure, Printcss House, 2Jc. per ct., ant1
ea. perbbl. higher.
All other wa points below Memphis to NeOr
ens. same rates as to Kllceston.
tD UINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
Estate ol M chael Hoar, deceased.
The nnderalKued, having been apoomt 'd admin
istrator of the estate of Michael Hoar, late of
the countv of Alexander ani state of Illinois,
deceased, hereby gives notice that he will appear
before the county conrt of Alexander county, at
the court souse in Cairo, II), at theJanuary term on
the third Monday In January m xt, at which lime
all persons having claims against sa'd estate are
notlli-d and requested to attend for the purpose
of havinc the siaie adjusted . All persons Indebt
ed to said entate arc requested to make Immediate
payment to the undersigned.
Dated t ! iird day of November, A. D. 1881.
THOMAS J. HrDsOX, Administrator.
Green A Gilbert, Attorneys.
By viitne of an execution Issued out of the
clerk's otllce of the clicult court of Alexander coan
ty ai d state of Illinois, and to me directed, where
by I am commanded to make the amount of a cer
tain Judgment recently obtained against U:nry
Ilunsaki-r l fore A ( cminc", Esq., police magis
trate In and fo- the city of Cairo In said county and
state in favor of Jacoh Burner, out of the lands,
tenements, goods and chattels of the said Henry
Ilunsaker, I have levied on the following de
scribed property, to-wlt: Lot number i six (6). In
block numbered two (2), In the ton of Sandusky,
In the county of AU xaudur and state of Illinois.
Therefore, according to said command, 1 snail
expose for sale at public auction, all the right,
title and Interest of the above named Henry Hun
saker. in and to the above described property,
at II o'clock a.m ,on Friday the Hutnday of Novem
her,1883, at the westerly door ol tho conrt house, In
Dated at Cairo, 111., this 6th day ofNovember, ISM.
110fi-3wd Sheriff Alexander County.
toayor Thomas. W. Ua:liday.
Treasurer Chatli-s F. Nellis.
Clerk Dennis. J, Foley.
Counselor--Wm. B. Gilbert.
Ytarshal L. H. Mi-yers,
"nrnrv William Hendricks.
Police Magistrate A. Comings.
suaho or aldihhxk ;
.-rst Ward-Wm.McHalc, Harry Walker.
Si-i ond Ward-Jense llmkle, C. N. Hughes.
Third Ward-B. F. Blake, Egbert Smith.
Fourth Ward Charles O. Palter, Adoiph 8wo-
"fth Ward Cnas. Lancaster. Henry Stout.
"Ircult Judge f). J. Rnker.
Circuit Clerk A. 11. lrvin.
County Judtje J. U. hoblnson.
County Clerk S.J. Uumtu.
( ounty Treasurer Miles W. Parker.
Sheriff John Hodjres.
Coroner H Fitzgerald
County Commissioners T. W. Hallldiy, J. n-
Mulcahev and Peter Sauo
"VUKO BAPTIST. Corner Tenth and ropitr
Kj streets: preaching every Snnday morning and
nitht at usual hours. Prayer meeting Wednes
day nluht; bunday school. :3H a.m.
nev. A. vv. ncu&UAi rasior.
1UUKCU vr THK KB.OJlllJrlJiri inprscops
j Fourteenth street; Sunday 7:00a m.. Holy
CoD.inunion 10:30a. m., Morning Prayers 11 a. m.
Sunday school Bp, m., evening frayera 7:'4op.m
F. P. Davenport, 8. T. B. Hector.
1 MIST MISSION AKV BAPTIST CHCKCH-I'ri-ai
hlng at 10:30 a. n.., 3 p. m., and 7:30 p. m.
hi .but h school at 7:30 p. tn Rev. T. J. Shores,
I t THE KAN Thirteenth street; services Sal
I bath 1:30 a. m.; Sunday school 2 p. m. Kev.
1 '.;pe, past jr.
5 K'i'HODIST Cor. Eighth and Walnut streets,
1 Preaching Sabbath 11:00 a. m. and 7:80 p. m.
nndav Se.tioul at .1:00 p. m. Kev. J. A. Scarretl.
I J KKSBVTEKl AN Eighth street; preacnlng or
1 SuM'uth at 11:00 a. n.. and 7:30 p. m.; praver
rit-i-tiiiir Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.; Snnday School
tsi.. hi. Kev B. T. George, pastor.
O l . JOSEPH S-(Koinan Catholic) Corner Cross
v? ar.d Wnl'iiit streets; services Sabbath 10:30a.
Sei.dny Scheol at 2 p. m.; Vespers 3 p. m. ; ser
li f feviirj day at 8 a m. Hov. O'Uara, i lest.
,JT. PATKICli'H-( Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
O s'reel and Washington avenue; services Sab
lath 8 and 10 a. m.; Vespers 3 p. m. ; Snnday School
! p. in. services every day at 8 a. m. Rev. Must iiiers
A New and Complete Hotel, fronting o. Levm
Second and Kail road Streets,
The Passenger Depot of the Chicago, St. Louis
and .iriw Orleans: Illinois Central; waharh, Ht.
Louis and Paclllc; Iron Mountain and Hun thorn,
Mobile and Ohio; Cairo and St. Louis Hallways
are all Just across the street; while tho Steamboat
Landing is hot one square distant.
This Unto! Is heated by steam, bas steam
Laundry, Hydraulic Elevator, Electric Call Bells,
Automatic Flro-Alarms, Baths, absolutoly pure air,
perlect sewerage and complete appointments.
Kaiierb furnishings; perfect service; and an 00
Li. 1. PA. It KICK ic (JO.. Lium
ml s & g-w
W 2 AT Hn
g 3-Eisi N si - h
& " "XT' 5 O
rrillEC ITY NATIONAL BANK.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Blinking Kiisiness
TITOS. W, IIAI,I,11)AY
JNTERPRiSE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVKLYA SAVIXUS BANK.
TllOri. AV.irAT.I.lDAV ,
Q.E0RGE II. LEACH, M.I).
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the Hmr.ei p ithlc treat
ment of surgical dlaursi-s. aud uieeusea of women
OFFICE On 11th street, oppcsitu tii i'ost
ofllce, Cairo, III.
JQH. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave-, Cairo, III.
V.VPOIl, ELKCTKO-VAI'OII aK1 MEDICATED
hat j is
A lady in attendance.
JJR. W. C. JOCKLVN,
D E N T I ;S T .
OFFICK-E'.gbtk Strtat. r.isr t.'omr r.-:: vrt.
II. K W. VVHITLOCK,
Offioi No. 13ti Conmerrtal Aver.ne, bitwteii
Kirht'j and Nlutfi Strsct
MtTI'Al AID SOC1KTV.
J1UREKA! EURKKA! 1
SUBSTITUTE Foil LIFE IXSUB
AXCE CUM PAS IKS.
WIDOWS' & OKPJIANS'
Mutual Aid (Society
Organized Julv 1 Uli, li77, Viider the Laws n
the State of Illinois. Copvri-rhleil .Itilt
9, l!i77, 1'nilrr Act olC'riiiiress.
JAS. S. MotrAHEY.,..
J. H. ROBINSON
J. A. GOLoSTINE
W. H. MAKEAN 1
J. a. PETKIE f
ED. H. WHITE
, 1st Vice Presuleni
KXEUUTIVK COM M1TTKK.
Wm. F. PITCHER. L. S. THOMAS,
W.C.JOCELYN, F. VINCENT,
WILL T. UEDBL'KN.
J. A. Goldstlne, of Goldstine t Kosenwater. w hole
sale and retml dry good, etc.; Jas. S. McGahey
lumber dealer: Wui. F. Pitcher, gemral a cent;
Albert Lewis, dealer in Hour mid grain; I.. 8.
Thomas, bricklayer; Moses Phillips, con raetor
and builder; II" A. Cliurnlriey, grocer: Thos.
Lewis, secretary and attornev-at-law; A'. H.
Marcan, 11 urueiiftlhic physician; II. Sa der, of
Sander Son. grocers-; R, II. Bui rd, streei super
visor; Kd H. White, ass't sec, W. O. M . A. Ho-
clcty; J. W. Spier, lumber and s. w-tnill; K. L.
Gernlgon, barber: F-II. Dietrich, clerk W., St. L.
4P.K. K.j M- Kol.ler. merchant tailor: Jen" M.
Clark, dealer In wall-paper and window shades; .J.
K. English, contractor anil builder; WiUT. Ked
btirn, of Morso & Kedliurn. clirur inainifactnrer;
F. Vincent, dealer In Hm and cement; L A.
Phelps, photographer; W.C. Jocelyn. dentist; S
II. Tahur, mfg. jeweler; J. H- Robinson, J. I, and
notary public; J. S. Petri, phvsiclau; H. W.
Bostwlck, insurance agent; K. K. Jarlioe. furemnn
St. Gas mains, and E. K. Walbmlge, lumber and
saw-mill, of Cairo; li. Lclglit.in, calilr Nut.
Bank.Stuart, Iiiwa; Rev. F. A. Wllkerson, I'rvors
urg, Ky. ; J.W. Tarry, phvlclan. Fulton. Kv.
For Sale by
LLINOIS CENTRAL R. R
Shortest and Quickest Route
T O '
St. Louis and CI.ic.igo.
Tlio Onlv Iino linnnirii?
O DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Connection
i l.xi'B Caihi:
3:Of3 h tii. M
rrlviLgin Ht. Louis 8.45 a. m. ; Chicago, - i i,).m.j
i. ontieciiug at Odin and H.:!' i.i a:r; t j r '- 1. clu
Latl, l.ou'sviile, Indianapolis .-.1. j Il'.s La-',.
l'J lir x. in. Fast Hi. J.ouin and
WntKi I. xpi cm.
urivlrt in St. Louis 8:1.1 p. in , anl cunuecUcg
for all points West.
3:150 p.m. Kant Ki i)t''ii.
F.irSt. Louis and Chicago, arriving at St. Louis
to 2.1 p m., and Chirago 7:20 a m
.I CjO i in. Cinc-innftti KxpresiH.
irrlvlng at Cincinnati 7:X) a.m.; Louisville 6:55
a m.; Indiauupolis ij a.m. Passengers by
this train reach the above points in to 3tJ
lloULS In advance ot any o'.Ler rou-e.
t4-The3:!Vl p. m. express has Pl'LL.MA.4
si.tKHI.Nt CAR Cairo' to Cincinnati, without
:hnnges, and through sleepers to st 1 onla and
Fa.t Time Kiwi.
P'IC'iflO01U th" 1"'t' K" I'1'1" g:l to Ka.t.
1 il.Tl llf,t 13 L.rn pi.iij i witl.o.it a ,y delay
raused by huudav inteiveulng. The Saturday after
iimn train from Cairo arrives In r:ew York Monday
norslug a'. 10:35. Thirty-six hours In advanceof
Dr other route,
.yForinrongh tlrkeis ai:d furtiicr luformatlon,
tppiyat Illinois Cential Railroad U pi.t, Cairo.
J. II. JON US, Ticket Aeer.t.
s.H. HANSON. Gen Pass. AKenl. ( niraeo
R R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENT HAL
' m.ds Di part
I t Vail 1:05a.m.
Kxpress 11 to s.m.
I Aerom 'i:V p.m.
H. (Jark.-oll font" 1.
..3:0.1 a r.
Accom. .. .,
C. ST. I.
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,. i fo p.m.
A N. o. 11.
. 10 30a.m.
1 1 VI ell 4:Ttip.m.
Express ... 10 'a m.
Arccm 3:5o p m .
T. L. C. H. K. I . rriiW-HUv'-l-
....8:00. m. I Expres 1:11 a.m.
M: Hi a in. I t i 4 Mail. .4:10 p tn.
,12:i-n p.m. I Accom 2:uu p.m.
PT. 1 ft I. M 11. K
.10:30 p.m. I 'hipreM 2:10 p.m.
W., PT. L. ft P R. H.
Mall 4 Ex 4.i0s. m.
Accorn 4m p.m.
Freight ..-7 Vi a.m.
Mail A Ex.
. 9 .10 p.m.
Ai-co 1 .
,..D - a.m.
. .0 Jj p.m.
MOBILE ft OHIO K.
Mail .- S:i m. Mall....
Daily except Sun' ay. t D..lh
ftUIUVAL AND DhPARTl'hE OF
i'. O. ! f. PO
I. C. R. li. (through lock mail). 1 a. in.
..:i : (jam
(wny mail).... 4 ;) p.m.
( southern Dlv i p. ni.
Iron Mountain K. K.
2:3" p. m.
lit p. m.
7 p. ra.
5 p. m.
! p. m.
st t Mou.
Wabash R H
Texas 4 St. Louis R. H.
4 p. m.
Miss Klver arrives Wed ,
drtiarts Wed.. Fn. Sim.
P O. gen del. op n from 7:anatn to 7:11 pm
P.O. box del. optn from 6 a.m. 10 9 p m.
bundave gee. del. open from.... 8 a. m. to W a. m.
Bundavs box del. open from. ...ti a. m to 10:30am
i-NOTB. -Changs wiil bo published from
time to lime In city papers t hange v.mr cards ac
cordingly. WM. M. ML'lll'HY. P. M.
TO PARENTS AND OTHERS TIIE ORPHAN
We have had a great Improvement In Ihe health
of our children by the use of S-vlft's Spee d . Wo
had ani'mg the children some who hud scrofula
notably one case in which it was
We got some of Swift's Specific and gave It to this
case, and in a short while It was cured sound and
well. It was as bad a case, I think, as 1 ever saw,
and had been under excellent physicians with no
permanent beB' lit. We have 1 eeo giving It to ail
the children as a hea th tonic. We have four chil
dren and one seamstres who, for years, have suf
fered inten-clv every sprliiK with erysipelas, and
thornh they had been taking Swift's Specltlcouly
in smsll doses as a health tonic, thev all, withont
exception, passed through this spring without a
touch of the complaint.
A young lady of the lnftitntion, who has been
with us for years, has been troubled with a most
aggravated raih ever since she was n child. She
tried all the known remedies that aro prescrlhed
lor It with no benefit; but sho has been cured by
taking Swia's Specific, and haB had no return of
II Is such an excellont tonic, ad keeps the blood
so pure, tbBt the system Is less liable to contract
disease. All of the teachers and chile reu who are
old enough to know agree with me In believing it
Is the greatest medicine known. Mv faith In It Is
unbounded, and 1 and my assistants take great
pleasure in recommending It to everv one. I can
al ill times be found at tho Homo, and will take
pleannre In seeing or corresponding with any who
Is Interested In the remedy.
Rev. L. B. PAUSE, Orphans' Home,
Our treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mulled
froc to applicants. THE -WIFT SPECIHO CO.,
Drawer S. Atlanta. Oa.
TROrRIETOR OF BPKOAT'8 PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in loo.
ICE BY TIIE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR 8UIPPIN0
Oar Loads a Specialty,
o "svf IOKI
Cor. Twelfth Street and Loree,