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TUB DAILY CAIIU) BULLETIN: SATURDAY MOUNINii APRIL U 1884.
('or the Cure oi Coilis, Colds,
Hoarseness, I!ron hitis,C'roup, Influ
enza, Asthma, Whooping Coiiph, In
cipient Consumption an'l for the re
liefof onsuniitiveersons in advan
ced stages of thelJi:ase. Tor Sale
hy all l)niL'ists. l'rice, 25 Cents.
The kidney, a"' a pur Iters of t'.e h'ood. and
w le 11 tm-ir fiincU"!;- - 1 ij t.-r f- r.-ti i-ti t'.ro'ig-.
w. aW C"-y tie -d toi.ii; u'. 'Ih.- W.T.im h-t.l'h-fu
, : v active hy thi: ue of lln-leto r s :urma
It. !', vth.-ri ful ; in j short of r-1 1 -1 In"- other
eot rc. a This iperb -ti:n :l . in.1 t n. ic a'.-o r-
tit- and urri i f-v- r and a'ue, r n-tiint.uii.
lln-r . onp :ti'. d) -pepsia. rheumatism and other
si'mwnts. l-e It w tti rcttiitrit
ror-aleb nil iru g'-t and denlsrs e rurally
THE SURE CURE
AND DLOOD DISEASES.
PHYSICIANS ENDORSE IT HEARTILY.
"K-ci-cy-YYort la ti.o nasal .ucceaaul remedy
I everu.'. 1." Lit. P. C. Uallou, Moaitwn.Vt.
"Kidney-Wort it always rciaib'.s."
It. a. K. Clark. So. Hero, Vt.
"Kidacy-Wort Laa ctir(-l my ife aftpr two yean
SUlIeniig." Iir. C. II- ii:itirr,iT'.m, gun liul, U.
M THOUSANDS OF CASES
it has P ired wItp a:l elM had fxiled. 1? is mild,
butc:Scicnt, I CUT M.N I.N 11 ACTIOS, but
Lanaiesa m all cw.
t rf It eleiiii.i-. tbf It I nod and (-trenffthf matd
fix- New I If to a. i the inifcrtai.t orcana of
u.e body. 1 i:;; natural aeura of the KidneTa la
restored. Tne Liver u cleinaed of all disease,
a:id too Bowel niova fr-x-'.y and healthfully.
It this way tho worit cUaeaae axe eradicated
fr.)ia tho eys'-eci. g
PUKX, II 00 UQriD CB DDT, SOLO BI Dai GCIrts.
"Cry ran be sent by mail.
iTU., lill II KIOl ACO.Rurllnfftoart.
Anaknsis r.,w. an t.
an inf li.-i.W '- l r I'm .
lnce 1. at druggist. r
.flit prepaid . I.:L-U- 4 ,'
rr. " s rfc t - ' -
U FFE R ERfi
lir.. d. bllll V.exhli"l'-1
kT pnnrri jjr- u.iiliM d' :.y
y N. ''d t.iiure to rtuno lile'a
A- diilli a iir"!" r'.y are cnuwil hy
I - 1 v .- i, err. r in y.nrn. '..
TT Vl U ''" I-rf'- l"
V J " r or il"" t i ro"iil heiili It
. V . . i....t...i,M urn ti hmil in
A 1 THE M APSTON BOLUS.
V 4 ( NiN' ti'T i...ua' ii dnitrmrifc' hit
.V.." )' . i'.-nm.-nta. 'I IjKtr.'Htment of
.-rvmi Do bill fy and
nwfui ir-viD h ! ,r'vli d; ,r"'
n.-w iind dlreet mi-lhiula ami l; ilntc llior
mchlira. I"11 ini-irii:.Hi"n and Ireatiau lr.-e.
l,l.lrr-H i i.ni:!t IHL' l ln-i- i;;ri I'f
M4RST0N REMEDY C0..46 W.UthS!.. VYorl..
ill;. H. H. KANk, "t ti U vi'iln -'T
'ir i.t- fn ruri' him-il 'liil"'' B" ' , .
fcld.n.l.vl .m--ni.". m-mM-M "" ; '
11. U. hAK, A.. a-".. lliUlnlW U,rw tiirk I llj.
Utttcr than llrcfzos and Blosso;ns -L'mler
a .New kin:
Even the bilniyuir itml ordtige aMve
of Einriiiii fail to ksrp its p.Mipio full if
hupjines (tinl cotulorr. Art must help mi
turu ever) s In rt in the tr-'pics as miM'ti
the iinc9 df thu Nurtl). "Ami, chitt iiun n'
Ihu liltstitigs whlth re witipU'ii tn ml
zones," writes Dr. J. G. Wallncf, of Tut
l)dv, Flit., "is I'akkku's Tumc. Il 8 t ins
tn lmvo the werhl fur a field, ami most ol
the curretit iliseiises. iehi to its action. 1
ln.veux'd it in the CHt-e of a delicate and
thsiicntic voutiL' lady with the most yruti
fvinsr results. It seemed
ease what the usual iirecnpuons mm
treatment for :hut misurahie milady failed
wholly f bring about. I nmtiisohul to
state that the Tonic has greatly relieved me
personally of a troublesome atonic condi
tion of the s'oiiiach of long landing. It is
the ideal purifier and invigormit."
Messrs. Hiro & Co. call especial atten
tion to the I net that after April 10, lM:i,
the name and style of this preptrition will
hereufVr be simply Parker's Tonic. The
word ''Ginger" is dp pped, for the reusn
that niiiirineipled dealers are cons'atitly de
ce.ving their patrons hy substi'iiting
feri-r preptrati. ns under lite ivmie of (
Un and ns udner is an tiii'mpertant II
voring inrediint in our Tonic, we an- Mil
that our friends will agree with us as t' I
the propriety of the change. There will be
no chant"', h iwever, in the prepaiation it
self ; and all bo!t'c run lining in the Imni's
of dealers, wrapped under the name
"Faiikkh's Ginokii Tonic," contain
genuine medicine if the signature ot Iliscox
& Co. h at the bottom of outside vfrappcr. I
13" CELEBRATED 8
Tito Shocking Spectaclo Profioutod
to tho Gazo of tho Pocahon
tas Mine Explorers.
HeapB of Human Fo.lies, Griuning Eeada
and Diiiseversd Limbs Ecward
The Rescuing Party Driven Back By the
Foul Air and Rank Stench
To Be Ventilated.
I'ocaiihntas, W. Va., April 11. Alter
working faithfully all niirht, the gang ot
seventy-live workmen enuaired in faking
the lat preparations fur entering the
mine completed their task about 0 a. in.
yesterday. The foul air in the interior
lor more than three days has been pour
ing out, like a blast from a steam whistle,
through the opeiifug drilled from the
mountain top to the upper workings of
t!ie mine, and it was thought that the In
terior had been sullieieiitiy ventilated to
admit of men exploring the upper dritts
In seuieh of the dead. Headed hy
Charles Arlington, the foreman of the
day shift, the miners and the laborers at
ten o'clo'.'k broke down the last harriers
around the entrance, and a rush of ter
ribly foul air ensued from the main
INTO I UK MINK.
When the gallery had been partially
ventilated the men moved slow ly into the
mine, and, for the first time since the ter
rible explosion, commenced a systematic
exploration of the Interior. Meanwhile
more than goo men, women and children
were congregated around the mouth of
the mine, waiting for the bringing forth
of the dead. Your correspondent,
Laving been given suitable cloth
ing and a pass through the line
of policemen around the opening of
the mine through the courtesy of Super
intendent I.athropi was enabled to ac
company the rescuing party. As soon as
the lirst heading intu the mine had been
traversed, Arlington, who, like all the
others, was carrying an immense safety
lamp, called a halt while he reconnoitred
the surroundings. The water was drip
ping from the roof, the blackened sides
glistened with moisture, and the bottom
of t!ie tunnel was covered with three
inches of mud, which hud been left by
the receding waters.
lliiMI.S I i it'N I'.
As tin' leaders in lioar.- voices sound
ing harh!v in the darkened interior were
i ciiiiMiltitig wiiieh eif two diverging pas
sages should be llrst examined, one of the
explorers making off to the h it cried ex
citedly, "(;1M (;,) !,,,,); there!" A
doeii lights were turned to the point in
dicated, w hen three bodies were discovered
!n!f buried in deliris and mud. Ait-r a
-l.ght hesitation the shattered remnants
ol humanity were reverent y gathered
up and placed on a tramway car prepara
tory to being conveyed to the surface,
i me of th' in was unrecognizable, having
had the head, both legs and one arm
blown off. The missing members could
not be found. When the bodies had
been properly cared for, one of them
til ing that o .lames e run, tne exploring
party continue' lim search. .s tiiey pro-
Lo. .e, iloivnwar'.N the foul air became
so ft.rt.ng that several ol the explorers
wen- overcome and returned to the sur
face wrv ill.
tin a lower Uve about gnn yards from
tiie end of the main drift, there was a
general halt, because of an overpower
ing stench which a-settcd itself with ter
rlnle force, "lb-re's where Jimmy Dolan
and hi men mut have been working,"
;iid Arlington, as he waved his lantern
toward the chamber. The spectacle at
the upper end of the chamber was revolt
ing in the extreme. Huddled together in
Inextricable confusion were the mangled
bodies of about thirty miners. Heads,
leg-, arms ami fragments of bodies were
Mattered around In every direction and
evidences of the great force of the explo
sion were plainly visible in the shattered
walls of coal surrounding the scene.
The odor was so intense, however, that
it w as impossible for the men to proceed
further, and they were reluctantly forced
to return to the surface.
Here the croud was found waiting ex
pectantly. When the party emerged from
the tunnel there was a hoarse shout from
the spectators, w ho moved forward, look
ing for the bodies. The superintendent,
however, explained to them the dilliculty,
and at once gave orders for repairing the
immense fan, which will be ued to ven
tilate the mine.
All day the available laborers of the
village were busily engaged digging a
series of graves for the dead. A long
trench has been dug about half a mile
east of the town, where all the unclaimed
dead w ill be buried. To-day, it is thought,
the greater part of the bodies will be
brought to the surface.
M trmaduke Mou Dissatisfied.
Jkkfkusox Ciiv, Mo., April 11. There
is general rejoicing here to-day over the
location of the State Convention in this
city. The Maiuiiidtike men are very
much dissatislled over the iat day on
which it was tlxed, while the other side
Seems to think it bodes good for the can
didates with less brilliant prospects ut
The Week's Failures.
Xkw Yoiik, April 11. Eusiness failures
for the past week, rc orted to It. G. Dun
& Co., are: United States, 173; Canada,
3:; compared with I'll for the previous
Reports for Duty.
Bhooki.yn, N. Y., April 11. Captain
George W. Collin arrived at the Navy
fard from California this morning and re
ported for duty. He will command the
Alert In the Greely relief expedition.
Cynthiana, Ky.., April 11. A large
meeting of distillers w as held here, at
which an export and guarantee associa
tion was formed with a capital of 8100,
OuO, most till of which was subscrlbid by
the members present.
An.KNTowx, Pa., April 11. A freight
and a coal train collided this morning on
the Lehigh Valley Railroad. John Det
tcr, a fireman, was killed, and the other
hands Injured. The two engines aud a
Lumber of cars were wrecked.
ciiaim ks itK ini: UK ID.
London, April 11. Charles Jh ade, the
novelist, died this afternoon.
Charles Heade was horn In England in
1M I, and was the youngest son of a gen
tleman named John Heade. He was edu
cated at oxford l.'nlverity, graduating iu
lsiiJ. Eighteen years later he was
called to the bar, and in ISj-'
he llrst became known to the literary
world as the author of "Peg Wollington."
A year later his "Christie Johnstone" fol
low eil, and, then came, at intertills
of about a year each, "It is Never Too
I.ate to Mend," "The Course of True
Love," "Jack of All Trades," I.ove me
Little, I.ove me Long," "Hard Cash,"
"(irillith (iauiit," "A Terrible Tempta
tion," ami others. f late y ars lie had
taken to writing plays of which one
named "lirink," founded on Zola's "As
somiuoir," achieved success's on both
hides of the Atlantic.
A SI't'NKV KMI'IiKSS.
London, April 11. Latest advices
from Shanghai report a serious political
crisis at 1'ekin. The Empress publicly
degraded Prince Kung, and four members
of the I'rivy Council were stripped of their
honoi.i because of the dilatory manner in
which they have dealt with Tompuin af
l'utis, April 11. Prime Mbi'iatcr Perry
has written M. (iierodet, of the Eranco
Americin Indemnity Commission, ex
pressing regret that the decisions of the
commission were not dictated by a more
liberal spirit. He w as glad, however, that
the cause of the Frenchmen had not been
l!uiz Zorilki has been
Ayoub Khan i' to be subsidized by the
The brewers of lies Moines, la., are
going to test the Prohibition Law.
i isinan Iligua litis made proposals for
an understanding with the l'ritish.
Another geyser basin h is been discov
ered iu the I'pper Yellow-stone Valley.
The Umperor of Germany will meet
Queen Victoria at larmtadt on the
A freight tb.-pot, mill, hotel and several
other building burned jesteplay at l'eu
aeol s, l-'ia.
Liabilities of Gillespie ,v Co., the sus
pended Mast India merchants, will exceed
1 , ' 'O'.l, O.'O ,
There was very he;.vy trading in the
Chicago grain market yesterday, l'rlces
Yandcrbilt wants John Newell elected
to the Kuck Eland directory in place of
11. II. Porter.
The striding colliers in France demand
that their wag. i,c paid during the time
lost by the strike.
Cuban affair. verge on anarchy, owing
to the heavy taxation and reduced prices
of frugar products.
Six men were injured, two fatally, by
an explosion of dynamite at'a quarry mar
Frauklinton, N. C.
A party of surveyors were fired on by
s piatt -rs m ar Charleston, W. Va., and
one of them wounded.
The Nova Scotian Legislature has ex-
t. ndi d the franchise in the munieipal
elections to unmarried women.
Secretary Erelinghuvsen asks for a
commission to canvass trade relations
with Central and South America.
The editorial and composing rooms
of the Ihiihj 'J'imis, Detroit, Mich., fell
a victim to the tire tlend Thursday.
The Dutch authorities have blockaded
the Achein se coast to compel the release
of the ship's crew captured some time
France, Italy, Germany, England and
the I'nited States demand large sums
from Hayti for damages sustained during
The English Governnu nt w ill subsidize
Ayoub Khan, who is detained by the Per
sian Government at the express reipiest
According to returns of the Depart
ment of Agriculture the winter wheat
area this year will exceed that of lsso hy
J, 000,000 acres.
Stephen Taylor, the fugitive County
Clerk of Miles City, Minn., has been
brought back from El Paso, and there is
talk of lynching him.
All the employes of the Toledo, Cin
cinnati & St. Louis Kciad, except con
ductors and engineers, have struck be
cause of unpaid wages.
A delegation of Osage Indians yesterday
persuaded the Secretary of the Interior
to recommend that their tribe be except
ed from the bill to allot Indian lauds in
No Market Report.
Yesterday being Good Friday, tho vari
ous exchanges throughout the country re
mained closed, hence no new quotations
have been received.
Who Were the Criminals in the Star
Washington, D. C, April 11. Post-
olllce Inspector Woodward was cross-ex
amiiied this morning by the Springer
Committee. He said Colonel Cook urged
President Gartielf to grant immunity to
Senator Dorsey because of Ids great po
litical services. The President listened
attentively, but didn't indicate what
he would do. Witness entered at length
iuto the manner in which routes were ex
pedited, and thought Congressmen and
Senators who signed petitions for expe
ditious did so without investigation into
The route expedited upon the recom
mendation of General Sherman on Jan.
uary Pith, 1.S7S, was secured hy Sherman
for his own benetlt. At the trials the let-
ter was Introduced and the date changed
to 1H7I). In the opiuioiiof witness, truth
telling came near being a capital offense
with the Star-route men, and nieu who
rendered true statements w ere dismissed.
The bulk of the evidence of witness w as
explanatory of details in the testimony
submitted by the prosecution in the Star-
route trials, and was for the purpose of
showing the strength of the cases pre
sented. Jewelry Stolen.
Piiii.Aiu i.riiiA, l'A.,Aprll 11. Early
I his morning thieves visited the estab
lishment of Dilshelmer llros., manufac
turing jewelers, l: South Third street,
I securing articles valued ut over $1,880.
A Tlgor in I lie I'atli.
Tho following ex ract f r-.m a letter
f i om ti lady, de-ei iiiing an adventure
be lately met with, appcari in th
Madras .1i7: "Wo have been coming
through a dense jungle for the past tivu
days, some of li e tcencry really anile
lovely, but three iiioiuingH ago Sirs.
M., the ayaii, little - ami I got an
awful fright. My husband had ridden
on a little way in front of in tind we
were driving siowiv along ft rough
piece of road. Suddenly the bullock
driver sa;d, 'A tiger, a tiger.' I looked
out, and sure enough there was nn
enonnoiH tiger walking slowly through
the long grass toward u-. When with
in n coupi" of ytirds of i, l.e stood and
tared at us. " Liu!.. got awfully
frightened, and cried so, poor little fel
low. Tin: bullock man was nfraid to
drive (piieklv; he behaved so well, and
went on driving ipd'o slowly, mid star
ing at the animal. When we got on a
few paces, to our horror the tiger came
after us at a tp :: ;.n l ju-t then my
husband, w ho knew toilrng of this,
turned round and got i il' his liorso to
come and take ine out of the tonga to
walk over a bad bit of roti l. Ho had
only bis fowling-piece with him, not
his rille. Win n ti,,. tonga stopped tho
tiger stopped and cruueli'.'d, and my
husband tired ( 11 1. is fowiing-ideci', the
only tiling we cou.u m,
Thank God it had the
to irighten it.
the tiger galloped oil to the jungles,
and you can imagine our delight at
freeing the laM ct th awful creature."
The Ea-t Tenn rs.-i-aii, Kingston, Ten n.,
snys: "St. Jicobs Oil beats chain light
ning on rheumatism, siiff joints, spraius,
LIST OF I.KTTKKS KKU.UNI.N'e I'NCAil.F.D
FOll I TIIK I'OsToFFICK AT CAIUO, ILL,
6ATUKDAY, APltl 12, lSL
LAWKs' I. Is
A 111 If, M
Hark ins, A '.lie
Conner, M .ry E
Ilncy, V G
John! n, Mattie
K- en, It sey
L- esysk, Rose
Moss M tin iu
Mi'j ers, Josie
Nixon, Georgie A
P .rter, Dora
Johnson, J. nnie
Jickson, Mary E
Ivirker, S .phie
McCirtis, J. nnie
X iceolos, Cora A
an Urockun, i. ttey.
Bui ley, J L
Cobb, S" more E
Chirees, L ze
Dujre, John 2
Quiun, John W
Ilorton, W A
Martin, Il imiltcn
Hoti'uitn, Jns A
Jones, L W
Jones, J B 2
Kilgore, Geo F
Lesb, Ernest B
M rtin, Joe
C. X, D.vi.l
Diinbir, J I
Greenville, S E
Griffith, C M
Helen, S mil 3
L e. C O
Red), Jerrv X 2
R .ose, C'Arinine
Schul'z. Chirb s
Thompson. .las P 2
Widnian, L II
McD tin- II, R ib
Sttill, W M
Smi'b, Chas E
Wangb, J A
Yager, Henry C.
Persons calling for the above letters will
please s iy advertised.
Wm. .M. Mi-KPiiy, Po.-tmister.
A rather cynical lady, somewhat uf a
llitt, says most men, like colds, are easily
caught, but difficult to get rid of. Hit
mistake is apparent. Dr. Bulls Cough
Syrup will cure any col 1 however stubb in
it mty be. Price 25 cents.
What a load of agony was removed from
the mind of Mr. Charles Xothrop, Wood
mount, Conn., by the discovery thit he
could succssful fight his own enemy, rheu
ni'itistn, with Athlophoros. He writes:
'ibid had rheumatism for years, and had
made up my mind tint I would have to
siilfer the balance of my life. But one d se
of Athlcphoros relieved me of pain. My
dread is all taken away tor I know I can
keep the enemy at bay."
A Fair Ofier.
The Voltaic Belt Co., of Marshall, M.ch.,
offer to send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Voltaic
Belt and Electric Appliances on trial, for
thirty days, to men, old and young, atHict
ed with nervous debility, lost vitality, and
mnnv other disensf s.
See advertisement in this paper.
Photographs, engravings, etc., can be ex
rpusiteiy colored Willi Iioum ait colors
ma le from Diamond Dyes. Full dirtc
tions for this beautilul art work, with a
Inndsome colored cabinet photo suit to
unv address for 10 cents.
WELLS & RIC1IARDS0X CO.,
ix ARKAXSVS AND TEXAS.
Along the iii.u of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Ridway.TtXis and
Pacific Railway nd International and
Great Xorthern Railroad, are thousands of
acres of the choicest (arming and grazing
lands in the woild, ranging in price from
f.'.OD to 300 ami LOO "per acre, in a
healthy country, with cliintte unsurpassed
for silubrity Hnl comfort. Send your ad
dress to the Undersigned for a copy of sta
tistic, of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
in and makeup your mind to go i,nd
see for yoiirHl'whi'ii you learn that the crop
fir IW-i is Tit) per cent larger than that of
lS'J. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebut.; is
allowed fortnoney paid for ticket? or freight
over the Companies lines.
II. C. Townseno, GenT Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo. i
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbaao. Backache, Headache. Toothache,
.'lore Tlironl. hnelllni;. Nprnlna, lirulaf.
Iturii. Hrnlil. t'ruat Itilea,
1M) Al.l. IIIIOH MilllllV IMINS I Ml i IlltS.
1 W.iilui.l l-r ifieMwb.ri;. Fiftj Ceut. a Utllt.
lnrn;l..li. In It (.lliicllg.'..
TIIK M AIM K A. VOUI I.Kit O.
'Kmatnua. tuulLtii a i.u l Billlira, t.,C.S.A.
J 30 UNION SQUARE KLW YORK.
iCAe0 vN9e lA
ILL. MASS. GA.
rCR SALE BY
II. Steak & Co., Cairo, 111
nuittutas jfa. srt t wratna waaawi
! tie! s---f:rci :n Hhlch bad or poi oned blood is
nin-t k(i 1. 1 sliiiw itself. a ure, at tins juncture,
he. ede fomi -ill i hg to as if t it In iliron oil' ell' I he lm
punt es whli ti hate collected liy the sliu'ifliih cir
eiiiit'iiei f hliiod during ine cold svin'er months.
Swi.'t'e Spe it'.c is u.-iture's great h- Ij.er, us It Is a
purcy v.-g luiile ulteraiive and tunic
Rev. L. B t'a'ne, Macon, Ga., wr te: "We hava
th".'D usini Swift's Mie iiic fit the Orphans' Home
as a remedy lor blood conip's nt . and as a general
health tonic, on 1 have had remarkable results
lr in lis ns.; on the children and employees of the
Instilntinn. It is sut-h au eicellent tonic, and
keeps the blood so pure. t:u.t the system is less
liui) e to ili--i:. U hai cured some of our chil
dren of Scrofula.
IV. II. liilliert. (Luist. lbsny, Ga., writes:
''.V.. au .e ling hr'e i::autities of'SwIftV Specific
for a spring ulter itive and general health tonic,
and -vita tne best results. Ills row largely used
as a preventive and cure fur .MaUrla. There ars
nciuy reiioir .ulite evidences of its nurit in this
TIIK IIUTAT DRI'O HOUSE IN CniCACO.
We do not hesitate tn siy that forn year rast we
have sold more of S-vift's' Specillc (S. S. S.) thm
all o her Wood Purifiers combined, and with most
a-t..n:i'li ng cs'i'ts. One ge itleinau who used a
hull .lojeti bottles says it iii. Icm more g od than
t-ea'miat which cost him SI.ikk. Ai other who
iied it for a Scrofulous a:T eti.m reports a perma
nent cure from lt us".
VAN slIAACK", STEVENSON & CO.
On L'i".t'u:m:in who bud b.'en confined to his bed
sixueei s with Mercurial Rhenmatism has been
ur" t iT.'.irely, a:id -peaks in the highest praise of
S S. S. CHILES & HERhY,
Our tiva-tise ou Iiloo I and tk'n Diseases mulled
free :o appIicuDis
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO..
lirnwer 3, Atlanta, Ga.
New York Offl e, 159 West 2;U St.
t.nl nn .10 Djvi' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG Of? OLD,
"11T1IO are suirerlnk' fn.m .Nnnrors Pshilitt,
Lost Vitality I.jck ur Naave Fuaea imd
V i.ii.n. WastkoW KKSKsst:.iulaU those iliseaaei
f a i't is.-wi. (.ATI-its ivsiltiiw rmm linn and
oiiikk i acsks. SiH-tsIr n-li-f and complete rent
r iC in ,.r Hmi.niA i e.it ami MSHoiiinleRASTKr.
ihe Ktuii."st .iiie.iTrv of the Niiiet.-.-mll Century,
s. . ,1 aoneeferlllusli'ttuiiHaniiililelfrwl. AUilrca
PPITAIB 8EIT CO., MaHSHAll, MICH.
WEAK, UNDEVELOPED - PARTS'
, i )' THKHCMVN ll"lV K M.A KliKl HK.vTT
fir1! . S i 111: M. I'll KNKH." Kir., wan IntiTM.tiTig
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v DR. f
( befdreV- and -Jafter 1
LLINOIS CENTRAL K. R
Shortest and Quickest Ronto
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv Line Runninc:
0 DAILY TRAINS
'J From Cairo,
Making Direct Connkotioh
ruaihi LiiTi Cairo:
UiJtt m. Mt.ll,
Arriving Id St.Loali 8 00.m.; Chicago, 8.30 p.m. J
ConDeciitie at O.lin tad Emnghani for ClnclB
natl. I.oaifTlllc, IadUnapohi and potuU Eaat.
m::r p m. Fast fst. Touls and
Arriving Id St Louis 0:i; p. m.,and eonnectlnc
fur all puiutj Weill.
3:45 p. m. fast Express.
For St. LouUand Chicaao, arriving at St. Lonli
111:15 p. m., and Chicago 7:-.!0 a.m. .
3:15 p.m Cincinnati Kxproea.
ArrWing at Cincinnati 7:00 a. m. ; Louiivula 8:55
a. m.; Indlanapolla 4:es a. m. Paanenjera br
thin tram reach tbe above poiuta ly to 36
UOL'Ks In advance of any other route.
tyrtie 3: 15 a. m. ezDrem hai PtTLl.MAM
StiiEPI.i'l CAK from Cairo tn Cincinnati, with
out change, and through ilcepera to St. Looli
ant e uicao.
Fast Time East.
JiSPTlCPl'wl h' tbl "ne If? through to Eait.
(l-i.Clli-tia ern nolnta without anv dalai
aued hv Sllnrtav Inlprvi'ninu Th. H.tnprtuv afiA.
toon train from Cairo orrivea In new York Monday
noroiug at K:.i5. Thirty-ilz hours In advanceot
nv other route.
lVFor thrnngh ticket and further informatloa
il l'ir at Illinois Cetitral Itallroad Depot,Catro.
J. U. JOMIS, Ticket Agent.
A. n. 11 AN SON. Uen. Pars. Agent. Chicago
R R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTKAL R.U.
Tra.na Deuart. Tralna Arrlre.
tMall 2:iJ0 i.ra. I tMall .....4:0!;a.m.
K.rpreaH 3:115 p.m ItEipreM .. 11:20a. m
ht. Loiila Kx.l2:-J5p.m. tSt. Louie Hi. 2:15p,m.
I. c. H.it. (Southern Division.)
tMriil 4:45 a. m I tN. O. Ex... 11:10 a.m.
tKiprewj in.:) a m. tN. O. Ex 4:30p.m.
t ccom 3 45 p.m.
st. L. A c. n. it. (Xarrow-gauge).
. 8:00 a m. Express 1:15 a.m.
i-.x x Man.
im:la m. Kx. A Mall. ..4:10 p.m
ST. I.. & I. M. R. H.
10::i0 p.m. tKiprets...
w., st. l. a p. r. n.
fix 4:ifl a.m. I 'Mall & Ex
,.4:00 p.m. 'Accoti ....
..7:45 a.m. Freight:....
MOBILE 4 OHIO K. R.
5:55 a.m. Mail
Dully except Sunday, t Dally.
ARRIVAL. AND DEPARTtBH OF MAILS.
t. C. K. H (through lock mail).. & a. m.
" (way mall) 4 30p.m,
9 p. m.
9 p. m
1 p. m.
4 p. m.
(sunthem Ulv ,.!S p. m.
Iron Mountain K. R
.2:3o p. m.
Wabash R. K
Texas A St. Louis R. R,
St. Louis tt Cairo R. It..
iu p. m.
7 p. m.
S p. m.
.3 p. m
Miss hiver arrives Wed.. Sat. Mon.
" depart! Wed.. Fri. A Son.
r u. gen Oul. op n from
P.O. box del. oi tn (rom
Sundays gee. del. open Irora
Sundavs liox del. open from.
..7:30am to 7:50 pm
,.B a. m, to 9 p. m.
..8 a. m. to IU a. m.
..6a. m. to 10:30 an
be published from
time to ilm" In city papers. Change your cards ae
cordingly. WM. if. MURPUY. P. M
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized DoccmbiT, 1883, Under tie
Law of 1883.
Successor to Widows and Orphans Mutaal Aid So
ciety, o.-ganlxed July 4th, 1877, under
the lawa of 1873.
JOHN II. ROBINSON.
WM. ST RAT i' N
J. A. GULOSTINK....
C. W. DC.nMNO
BOARD OF DIRECTORS for 1st YEAR.
Wra. Stratton, Stratum t Bird, probers, Cairo, II.,
J. A. Goldstine, oflloldstlne A Rosenwater, whole
sale and retail dry K0od;C. W. Dunning. M. D. ;
Pres. Ud. Med Ex., for Pensions; Albert Lewie,
commission merchant; J. II . Robinson, county
judge au'i notary public; Wm. F. Pitcher, com.
broker and lu.nranre agent; R. U. Batrd, city
street inpervisor; M. I'hilli) s, carpenter and build
it; Thomas Lewis, attorney aud secretary i K. V.
Hree.attorneT-at-law, DuQuoia 111. ; K. C. Pace
ra'hler of Centennial Bau i, Ashler. IU.; Albert
lluvden. cashier of George Connelly A Co., Spring
field, II ; II. M lunn, attorney-at-law, 188 Raa
doiph street. Chicago; Hon. Robt, A. Hatcher, at-tomevat-law,
Charleston, Mo.; H. Lelghton,
cashier First National Rank, Stuart, lows.
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