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THK; DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY. MORNING APRIL 23, 1 1884.
TiHE fefiW GERMAN
neiieves una cures
- SORE THROAT, ' 1 '
Soreness, Cuts, Bruitas,
' BI'BXS. Mkl.nn.
Alia U other bodily utiles
1 BIJU pulllS,
FlFTTf CENTS A BOTTLL
' Hold hy nil Iirugglsui mil
Deultirs. Direction lu 11
The Chutes A. Vogeltr Co.
Haltlniore, Md., I'.Bj.A.
fV TT'ntfibe lod relievo all thn trooMc fncl-li-nt
to a bilious state of the system, such as Ida
'iness. Nausea, Drowauvvs, bistn-ss after eating,
Cain in the Side, Ac. While their most ruwtrk-
iuIc succtsa but Lu n shown in curuij
lumtjiu ui vuuBupuuuuf curing ano. preventing
fm annoying complaint, while they also correct
11 disorders of thn stomach, stlmnlatn thn liver
bd ttulaie the bowels. Sv ilt&i7 onjy cur 4
kclatVyironld be almost rtfielis to thoM whi
Liuiut f sou Uua uiurtMiug compuunl bui forui-
y iiicr (jwxu.essccH'. noicuu n r',ai.ainoa
ho once try thera will find theee little rills vain
Mcln somanywtye thatthey will not lewilUni
j do without Uicol But after all sick hod
lpinc of CO r iy Uvea that Here Is where w9
,ake our fruit butut, OUT J) old Cure, it WIUlO
Carter's Little JJcr Tira ere rwyfrnall and
cry easy to tak". Oner.r two pills make a dose.
L( are itrkUi Testable and do Hot cr:ie or
wrge, bat by their citiilis action ii' o
otnn,- invius wiocmti; dv i .rii. aum
j Cru&jiata everywhere, or suit by iiaJ.
LIRTER MEDICINE CO.Seir Twk
c development 'Of.'tliCi treatment of f'an'tf
Slft' stmific K'-tirf fo woLiivrful. thai ail
Bictccl fhou d wntf un.
ncer For Fourteen Tears.
r f 'H'urtatiburs, S, C . March II, Irl
4e ffcr It ye urn 'v en fif.jttrf Mm a ninulDi;
tin m)v fat'- thii
il cviyyl"(lT ca f.Ml a C'a' mt
'if' 'lr"f$' iTvyirtn fl niiit;tlji; -and fruiod
ucf. Afinni fuur month aeo 1 bought one
..- ot Swift Sh ifir from I)r. II. K. He.tltuh.
(time bVH IxiiiL'kt livu oliin... havelakvu H.
they hare friti:i) Mk (onnd iind wi!l My fnrp
frev from a Mir aa an)huty'i. aiid my hi-nitn
'ft-1 r rtMord. 1 U lika furtv yearn hud
lifted oif my head - ' '
jour i' ttrkfti! v.
. P, F..Jlum, Hop, Ark., fayt. under datu of
i 16-l: "f hove taken five bottle of -Swift's
iflc for a norc on mv temple sail to he a can
I havn b'-en woadtrlully bi uillted and Hill
be well man.";. .......
W. K. Hobid .n. Pav'ntiorn. Oa.. wrl'c. n-
ilatt of J tjCuar 3,.1--I: I am 'ire Wine on Int ly
ilrar tnrrarlaHy4jeaiiu. 4 fcl ttml wilt
inc. win cure the norriMe cincer wince nas
fwlint; on me fur over J i y-a-s."
"Vtlll rtiftberUAlbany. Ga., eayi; ;
geiglenwii na f ' IM re. ni Hr tlJ city had
hutigraii' r oirM-'fi-, win ti tiiuS tteu a.vay
kji'LALdUiB uuiier lip. imi h aih eriended up
i it had nearly reached hi eye. i :ie cancer
eatlnu hi itu'ini'anit had rendered hi teeth o
j that he thought they ml?TiT at an time drop
He ha been taking Swirr's Srr.i :tir about
m nth. aults etlei t ha T. :i wonderful.
iKdrlyl the pn!o (rin,hH fynmi. therun-
yg itlfn. tTrid ke Jttrfnkk k'i h been re-cued
an awiui ueawi. iiu i me ujesi euiiiunttp.iv;
1 ever saw."
irtreatleeon Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
1 ii s. s n ir i rrm it il i u.,
tlritu-i'PM A 1 IhiiIA. tin.
Lir;Tori OfiWlt V.'. .d St , between bixtU
A-IUIjO rAil i wVll-1.ii
ter than Breezes and blossoms
Under a .New Haif.
vnTlhTinIy" ai? a$ 'orange tfr.rves;
''.lutldbtM. tuputslppople full of
piness and comfort. Art must help na-
everywhere in tlie tropics as among
pines of thc'orth. f-Vnd, chitf him;
blessing wiiicr ore adapted to an
s," writes Dr. J. 0. Wallace, of Fort
le. Flu., "is Parkeh's Tonic. It seems
lave thtf wbrld. ftjr a field, ami tmift of
current licases jjield to its action. I
u used it iti the as" 0$ adelicato and
peptic ymirfg: lady with trm irmst grati-
g results. It Bcemeci to nccompiisu
1 ease what tlie usual prescriptions and
tment for" that miserable malady failed
ilfvf td Uriiff about, f iTfi'iri also T-lad to
ul tiaf tbe Tonic has Rreatly relieved me
honally of a troublesome atonic condi-
of the stomach ot longstanding., it is
ideal nuriher and invigoranf."
tessrs. IIiscox & Co. call especial atten-
to tho fact that after April 10, 1883,
name and style of this preparation will
kfter be simply Tarker's Tonic. Tlie
d ,'Qinger, is dropped, tor tho reason
t unprincipled, dealers are constantly de
ling their patrons oy suostiiuung m
or nrerjarations under the name of Gin-
; and as e'Otrer is an unimportant na-
. . .
hg ingreifietit'ii but J onie we are sure
t our friends Will nirfee with fisUs to
proprfetrof the Chihge". There will be
ichance. however in tho preparation it
; andlaU yetts f cpiaininj ip thj) hands
leaietsJ fripid jinde( Jllorinoio ot
inifEn'ff OfNOER Tonic," contain the
uina medicine if Jhesignfiturcot Uiecox
.'dii it tho botlori tC'OuUido.wrapcr.
i unciuutmnimumnmir !
H A TnT?l
i ;j BROTHERLY LOVE, '
It Dooa Not Oontinuo to Any Groat
Extent In Brother Wha
Denouncing frominfnt Members Proin
the Pulpit as Hyocriteg
An Unseemly Scene nt a Stindny Mnniing
Service A Pastot'a H-iij-nation.
Ai.iiavy, N. Y April 22. Tliere was a
si.ii.sutioiml seems In tlie linjitift CLurcli
of Si:otiii, a HuNurb ol Sulu :ccta ly, yes
terday morning. Tlie; )i:istor, liuv. II. J.
Wlmleii, went ti Scotia frin a vlllntre
near 1'iUsIleIil, Mass., aliuiit a year uf?o,
nd rltirin a revival In Iv-ember last
teiuli red Ids nv-itriiatioit. I lo liuJ, while
in Massachusetts, been tienn.idof preach
Ins the seruiotis ol Ktv. lt. peeinn, of
.New York, find other prominent clergy
men as his own production. He did not
deny having used the sermons ill part,
but denied wholesale plagiarism. After
his resignation tlie conrtx.ttion invited
Ii in to remain, but recently it became)
known he had do licenxe to preach.
Me-sr. Toll and Marcollix, of the con.
gn-cution, looked into his record recently
und found tliat the pastor's license had
been ml, en Into him in Massachusetts.
They also found him involved In certain
shortcomings. ' Yesterday liev, Mr.
Whaien read tlie tlihly-liltii Pjiilm from
the pulpit, saying it was tlire.ct.iy
ai'PI.k aiii r. to ins c, y; c . k.
Wliile the conu'ri gatioa w rj sinking a
byinn he walked out of ;Li- church, but
oon after returned.' He ihi 11 saiil that
he undnrstmid br rtliers Tdl a d Marcel
las had been looking into h!s history in
Massachusetts, and had relumed with
stories about his conduct w hen he was
thirteen and fourteen years old. He then
denounced Toll as a hypocrite and a ras
cal. The congregation rose and great ex
citement ensued. A friend of Toll made
a sharp reply, w hen the pastor excitedly
said: 'Mio and tell brothers Toll
and Marce'las wii.it I say about
them." , A Intnd of M .roe I ls rose M
rf'ly and the xcitcineiit was increas
ing when Iirotl.er linker, who depre
cated the dllliculty in a d:-.,iik-d inau
m r, said tiruily that It should tint go
Oil. Tlie pastor's face paled, but he
admitted that Brothi r liarker was
riglit, and he would ao opt his advice.
He then preached a sermon on the
tribulations, and at its close tendered
his resiauation, saying he would preach
his fare well certnon next Sunday. It Is
said he has received a call from a
church near Amsterdam. The family ot
Mr. Whaleu are said to be Catholics.
"I'M a .Mrr.i)Kiti:it."
The Lantruatre of a Boston Murderer Af
ter Killing His Wife.
IJostox, Mass., April t.- This after
boon James Nicholson entered his wife's
room. ' Shortly afterwards tlie report of
a pistol was heard. A brother of Mrs.
Nicholson rushed to the roJin, where he
found that Nicholson - had - hut
his wife? through the shout
ItT. He ' grappled with Nichol
son, but was unable to prevent him from
hootim: his wife a second tune, Killing
tier tutant!y. The nmrderer then coolly
pocketed his pistol and remarked, "I'm a
murderer,'1 and left the house, lie has
not yet been captured. Nicholson and
Ids wife have not lived together for two
01 three weeks.
Til'T HAT.F AI.OAF.
Winter Wheat in Illinois Damaged by
I'rost and Eain.
SiiKi.nvviu.K, 1 1 f.., April 22. The pros-
peels for wheat in this section of the State
art not so flattering as they were a month
jgo. lieports from various parts of this
and adjoinbig counties show that the
recent frosts have given it a de
cidedly backward turn, lu many
llekls .forcing the roots entirely out
of the, ground. The cold raius of tho
IwistSvtek have been of no benelit. Tracts
mnatcd in the timber lands amt bottoms
lire lookim; better than those on the open
prairies. For the next levy weeks plenty
of rain and warm weather w ill be neccs-
arv, until the plant grows high enough
to hold molsi ure and protect itself from
aroiiirlit. The outlook now promises
only half rt crop'.
A Murderer Caught.
Charleston,. W. Va., April 22. An.'
April Crd, near Jackson, 0., VanderuCas
sell shot riillllp Hunter dead in his ow n
.loor and wounded Grant Watkins. .. The
parties were all colored. A white married
woman named Jeuuie Long had been inti.
mate with C'assell, hnt she hud been sup
ported by Hunter, and this caused the
ealoUsr flud led to the crime. Cassell
lied at The time, but was arrested to-tlay
and will be taken to Jackson for trial. . . '
Sr. JosErii, Mo., April 22. Sunday
two young men 1 living .near Georgia City,
one married, named AVillis Townsend,
and the other single, named liurrls, at
tempted to cross Spring Hiver in a boat
to obtain-medical assistance: for Mrs.
Townsend. The boat hag since been
found,, bnt the men' are missing, and a
party is outsearcliing fortheni. They are
supposed to have been drowned.
The Stagnation in the Knit Goods
Trade-How to Remedy the Evil,
' WrniAM; N. Y., April 22.Tho' Dm
orrat this ufteruoon prints an iuterview
on tho present disastrous dullness In the
knit goods trade between Speaker Sheard,
himself a largo manufacturer at I.lttlo
Falls, and Ex-Assembyman John Warner
of this place Wumer has just returned
from a long tour through tho Western
States, and gives the result of his obser
vations, the talk between them lusting
several hours. Sheard said :
The knit goods trade at present Is in a
tery bad condition. Never before were
knit coods sold at prices so nearly ap
proaching real cost. Tills is due, Urst, to
the action of buvers, who refused to place
orders early in tha season, relying on past
experience to get tnem lower oy waning
Second.' the anxiety of some manufactur
ers: which ' led tlienii In their desire to
crowd back tho buyers to old time pur
chases; to offering g'KHls at greatly rev
duced rates, rates on which, In fact, thcr
can be uo margin,
Such a move necessarily has an effect
directly opposite to tho one defdrcd.
Huyers wero even further encouraged In
tlie Fabian policy of waiting, hoping to
force the manufacturers to their own
terms. Such being thn case, there Is but
one remedy. The mills must cease pro
ducing for sixty days. This will restoro
the confidence of buyers, and prevent the
further manufacture of goods at a loss.
It Is a last resort, but If the present statu
of things Is to be stopped it is Inevitable.
FIKST CATCH VOL Jt 1IAUK.
Elopement of a Youn? Wife With a
U wriMoiiK, Mij., April 22. The upper
portion of Washington County, in tho
neighborhood of Silver Springs, was
thrown Into a commotion yesterday by
the eloping of a prominent farmer,
married, with the wife of a neighbor.
The man Is aged thirty-eight, and the
woman is considerably younger. He
abandons a wife, ami she a husband and
two children. The deserted husband
threatens to kill the destroyer of his
home when he finds him. No trace of
their whereabouts is known. All parties
are highly connected.
The Bubble Burst.
J.f.aivili.k, Cor.o., April 22. An assay
of a largo number of samples from the al
leged Four Mile gold mines near l'lke'n
l'eake, confirm all suspicions about its
being out of the most stupendous frauds
ever perpetrated in the State. Every new
fact brought out tends to prove that some
very judicious salting of the grouud has
been done. The only trace of gold found
In the several assays proves to be In th 3
form of chloride.' The stock company
formed on tho strength of bogus assays
has gone to pieces and it is reported one
of the leading manipulators has been as
SHE (iOT HIM.
How a West Virginia Girl Captured a
PiKHMONT, V. Va., April 22, A mar
riage decidedly under duress took
place here vesterday. Hester Katz
miUcr, the young and pretty daughter
of a wealthy farmer who resides near
Klkens, was deif.ved by John Myers a
short time siuce under promise of
marriage. Myers then refused to fulfil
his bargain and was sued by the girl for
breach of promise. He compromised by
promising to marrv Hester here vester-
ilav, but when tlie time arrived he had
disappeared. The young woman and her
irate father then chased him to Keyser,
where, by tncaus of a pistol, he was
forced to return. The wedding was at
once celebrated in the ladies' waiting-
room of the' depot, immediately upon
their arrival, the clergyman having been
The whisky pool troubles do not seem
to dissipate rapidly.
Cuban affairs are now reported In no
very desperate shape.
Heavy sales of Union Fac iflc stock by
old haulers are reported.
Kx-Connl-Ceneral Hadeau has arrived
in New York from Havana.
Henry lieorge regards Chamberlain as
the coming man in England.
irunk line pool diiiicuities make no
progress towards settlement.
liu mors are revived that the Pope will
soon seek an asylum in France.
The Iiussiau Government is trying to
cet the railroads to reduce their rates on
Prince Victor of Wales is to bo made
Duke of Dublin, and will reside In Ire
laud. The next special order for considera
tion in the Senate is the pleuro-pneumo-nia
Two Austrian Socialists arrested by tho
Paris police are to be expelled from
F.x-City Treasurer Winans of Newark,
X. J., has been lined $500 for false book
keeping. Do Pra..a's treaties give France a claim
on all West Africa between the Congo aud
A Paris report has it that 2,0'X) persons
perished in tho massacre between Sheudy
Judge Van Wagoner, of St. Louis, has
refused ttie motion for a new trial in tho
Sir Henry Parks has gone to Corea to
ratify a commercial treaty between that
country aud England.
Tho Kellogg trial, which was to have
begun Monday at Washington, has been
continued to Tuesday next.
The Ultramontanes will move in the
Kcichstag for more stingent laws to deal
with the Socialists and dynamiters.
Clearine house transactions for last
we-k show unfavorably as compared
with those of tho corresponding week
A conference has been held in New
York with a view to nominating Butler
and lleagan for the Presidency and Vice
Three liusslan naval officers and sev
eral high oflicials have been thrown into
prison for complicity with the revolu
Gordon has concluded to send down
the river all foreigners at Khartoum who
desire to go. Ho intends to stay himself
and hold tho post.
Transactions on tho New Y'ork Stock
Exchange yesterday were unusually heavy.
Sales reached 54,000 shares, of which
ll'J.OOO were Union Pacific, 50,000 St.
Paul und 55,000 Lackawanna.
Furnaces Put in Cp 'ration.
New Castle, Pa., April 22. A move
ment has been set on foot hero to put in
operation the furnaces of this city, shut
down recently by the strike of the em
ployes. Tho owners of tho -Etna furnace
yesterday imported thirty-five men from
Sharon, and, with the assistance of five
strikers, resumed work. No disturbance
has taken place as yet.
A Hot-Blooded Lover Hanred.
IGm-i Ysnt KO, Pa., April 22. John Coylo
was executed to-day. Tho execution
passed off quietly, the condemned man
conducting himself with considerable
nerve. His crime was the murder of Em
ily Meyers, a young girl, -on May 18th,
who refused his advances.
( On the Alert. '
New Yohii, April 22. Tho steamship
Alert, presented by Englaud to the United
States for use In tho Greely expedition
search, arrived this morning. , ..
"All your own fault
If yoo romaln akk when yon can
(Jet Hop lilttert that nver-Ftl.
Tho weakest woman, smallest child.
and sickeat iuvatid can use Hon Bitters
with safety and great good.
Old men tattering around from rheu
matism, kidney trouble er any weakness
will be almost new by using Hop Bitters.
my wue anu daughter were made
healthy by the use of Hop Hitters and I
recommend them to my people. Metho
Auk any Rood doctor UIIop
Bittern are. not tho l est fumlly moJIclne
-Malarial fever, Ague and Biliousness
will leave every neighborhood as soon as
Hop Bitters arrive.
-"My mother drove the naralvsis nnd
reuralyia all out of lier system with Hop
Bitters." Ed. Oswego Sun.
Keep tbe kidneys healthy with Hon
Bitters aud you need not fear sickness.
.C6 water is rendered harmless and
more refr-shing and reviving with Hop
liliu is in eacu uraugnr.
lne vigor of youth for the aced and
infirm in Hop Bitters!
"At the chance of lifenothtnt equals
Hop Bitters to allay all trouble! incident
"The best periodical for ladies to take
monthly and from which they will receive,
the greatest beuefit is flop Bitters"
Mothers witn sickly, fretful, nursinrr
children, will euro the children and benefit
themselves by taking Hop Bitters daily.
lni.usiinus uie annually Iroro some
form of kindney diseases that might have
been prevented by a timely use of Hop
Indigestion, weak stomach, irreeulari-
ties of the bowels, cannot exist when Hop
Bitters are used,
A timely use of flop
Bitters wlb keep a whole family
In robust health a year at a little coat.
To pioduce real genuine sleep and
child-like repose all night, take a little
Hop bitters on rutiring.
That indigestion or stomach gas at
night, preventing rest and sleep, will disap
pear by using Hop Bitters.
Paralytic, nervous", tremulous old
ladies are made perfectly quiet and spright
ly bj Using Hop Ditters.
The well-known strengthening properties
of Iron, combined with other tonics and a
perfect nervine, are found !n Carter's Iron
Pills, which strengthen the nerves and body,
and improve the blood and complexion.
Look out for Your Head !
No matter what parts it may finally
affect, catirrh always starts in the head, and
belongs to the head. There is no mystery
ab ut the origin of this direful disease. It
begins in a neglected cold. One of the
kind that is "sure to bo better in a few
days." Thousands ot victims know how it
is by sad experience. Ely s Cream Balm
cures colds in the head and catarrh in all
its stageB. Not a snuff nor a liqnid. Ap
plied with the finger to the nostrils.
St. Louis, Mo., July 24th, 1883. The
stiffness is all gone from my neclt. A few
applications ot Merrell's Penetrating Oil
entirely cured it. It is a wenderful Lini
ment, and I am greatly obliged to you for
recominendiDg it. very truly,
Henut C. Dcnnk,
Sup'tof Night Mail; St. Louis, Mo.
the condition of the teeth when discolor
ed, with Sozodont, a solvent and erodica
tor of impurities, which effect their streng
th ond natural whiteness. The odor of to
bacco and that still more offensive one to
hich impure teeth give ri9e, is removed,
and the gums vitalized by this fine dental
tonic and renovant.
"Rough on Corns."
Ask for Wells' "Rough on Corns." 15c.
Quick, complete cure. Hard or soft corns,
Quick, complete cure, all annoying Kid
ney, Bladder and Urinary Diseases. $1.00.
"Bough on Conglis."
Knocks a Cough or Cold endwise. For
children or adults. Troches, 15c. Liquid,
50c. At Druggists. 2
Sever Give Up.
If you are tufTerinr with low and de
pressed spirits, loss of appetite, general de
bility, disordered blood, weak constitution
headache, or any disease of a bilious na
ture, by all means procure a bottle of Elec
tric Bitters. You will be surprised to see
the rapid improvement that will follow,
you will be inspired with new life; strength
and activity will return; pain and misery
will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice
in tho praise of Electric Bitters. Sold at
fifty ctnts a bottle by Barclay Bros. 6
A Great Discovery.
Mr. Wm. Thomas, of Newton. Ia., says:
"My wife has been seriously affected with
a cough for twenty-rivo years, and this
spiing nmro severely than ever before. Sho
bad used nnny remedies without relief, and
being urged to try Dr. King'B New Dis
covery, did so, with most gratifying results.
The first bottle relieved her very much, and
tlie second bottlo has absolutely cured her.
She has not had so good healthy for thirty
Trial bottles free at Barclays Bros' drug
store. Large size fl. 00. 0
in ARKANSAS AND TEXAS.
Along the iii:o of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway aud International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands of
acres of the choicest farming and grazing
lands in the world, rnnging in price from
$2.00 to flOO and $4.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
In 1882, and make up your mind to go and
Bee for yourself when you learn that the crop
f:r 1883 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying ono-fourth, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed for money paid for ticket? or freight
over tho Companies lines.
II. C. Townsknd, Gen'l Pass. Agt.
'' - 1 - St. Louis, Mo.
NEW ADVERTISE MBNTS.
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It lasts tn yaart.i Sebaut siithtj axoliislva terrl.
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OHN B. ALDEN, Pnbllsher. 13 Veser St.. New
York. P.O. Box 17.
26Gth Edition. Price only $1
BY MAIL POST-PAID.
Exhausted Vitality. Nervous and rhv-lcal De
bility.- . Prematura Decline In Man, Errors ot
Youth, and untold miseries resultln from indis
cretion or excesses A book for every man, voune
middle-seed and old. Itcontaina 1:15 prescriptions
for all acute and chronic diseases, each one ot
which is invaluabte. to louud bv the Author.
whose experience for 23 years Is such as probably
never befere fell to the lot of any physician. 300
pages, bound in beautiful French muslin, embos
sed covers, till, gilt, guaranteed to be a finer work
in eviry sense mechanical, literary and profes
aioLal than any other work sold In this country
for 50. or the money will be refunded In every
Instance. Price only fl.ou by mail, post-paid.
Illustrative sample 6 cents. Send now. Gold
medul awarded the author by the Natioeal Medical
Association, to the efllcer of which he refers.
This book should be read by tho young lor In
struction, and by the alllictcu for rebel . It will
benefit all. London Lancet.
There la no member ol society to whom this
book will not bo useful, whether youth, parent
guardian, instructor or clerg man. Argonaut.
Address the I'eabodv Medical Institute, or Dr
W. II. Parker, No. 4 Bultlnch Street, Boston.
Mass., who may be consulted on all diseases re
skill and experience. Chronic and obstl
nate dlseo.es that have ha died TTIj' A 1 the
skill of all other physicians a
11 1'JilJL. rspe
ciaity. sum treated suc-
:y. Such treated sue- rrT f rou I TT'
cessfully without an Inst- 1 JL 1 ijUjAV
anceof failure. Mention this paper.
617 St. Charles St, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A. rejnlRr Ornrlnntn of two medical
Colleges, has been loni:ei engaged In the treat
ment of Chronic, Nervous, Hltht and
Jllorxl Diseases than anv other physician in
St. Louis, as city papers show and all old resi
dents know. Consultation at oitlee or bv mall,
free and Invited. A friendly talk nrhlsoplnlon
costs nothing. When It Is Inconvenient to visit
the elty for treatment, medicines can he sent
by nialf or express everywhere. Curable cases
guaranteed : where doubt exiats it Is frankly
stated. Call or Write,
Nervous Prostration, Delilllty, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and other
affections of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
ImpurltUs and Blood Poisoning, Skin After
tlons, Old Sores aad I'lctra, Impediments to)
Marriage, Bhsumatlsm, Piles. Special at
tention te eases from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive sped si attention.
Disease arising from Imprudences, Excesses,
Indulgences of Exposures,
It Is self-evident that a phvslelan paring
particular attention to a class of cases attains
great skill, ami physicians In regular practice
all over the country knowing this, freoueiilly .
recommend cases to the oldest olllee In Ameri
ca, where every known appliance Is resurtef
to, and the proved nood reiu.'li. of all
ages and countries are used, A whole house la
used forolHeeHirpose, and all are treated with
skill lu a respectful manner! aud, knowing
what todo. noexnerltnentsareniade. Ou ac
count of the irreat number applying, the
charges are kept low, often lower than Is de
ided hy others,
If vou secure the skill ami
and perfect Hie cure, that Is the
Important matter. Juuipulet, Hi pages.
to any address free.
plaus. 'MARRIAGE GUIDE I pages
Elegant cloth and gilt binding. Sealed for M
fentsln postageor currency. Over ftity won
derfnl pn pletures, true tollfe, articles on the
following sulijeets: Who may marry 1 whonot:
Mhw ll.ii..riii,Atnapt. V hn nlflrrV fl r. U
Manhood, Woinanlioorl. Physical decay. Who
should marry, how lite aim nappine.
rr. How life and happiness mar ba
Those married or I'oiiteiiiplatlnir
houldreadlt. Itought to be read
; persons, then kept under loea aim
.It a.,,, I rjii..ili.
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JOTICK TO CONTRACTORS.
! .. . - . Ornci orCrrrCtSBK, I
CiiKO, II. .April 'Jlst,ltW4(
Sealed propnuals IH be received at thle ufllce
dp to the meeting or tho City Council May 6th.
18SI, tbr furnishing lumber, removing garbage and
pubifrhlng council proceedings, notice, ordi
nances, (tc, as n quired by the ordlcanrva of the
city Council reserved the right to icjeet any and
all bids. For full particulars apply to
-mil D.J. FOLEY, City Clerk.
LLiNOIS CNTKA-L K-B;-
'M l lr H. KM
Sliorlest and QuickestKonte
( TO - V
St. louis and Cldcago.
I -s. 'N
Th Oillv Line Running
Q DAILY TIIAINX
Making i Dibkot ' CoiftTKOTioji
T&ains Liavi Cairo.s
U;UUa.mMtaU. -' '
Arriving in StrLotirs 9:9() a.m. ; Chica(ro',8:S0 p7ra7r
Conneciing at OiUn and Krllntrham for C'fncln-
aatl, .Louisville, Indianapolis and points East.
12:35 p. m. Wtiat St. Ixvula and
Arrlvlna In St
Loals "p. m., and connecting
all points West,
- 3:45 p.
m. Past Express.
For St. Louia and Chicago, arriving at St. Louis
Willi p. m., and Chicago a. tn.
3:i5 p.m. Cincinnati Express.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a. m. ; LouUrvlllotft)
a. m. ; Indianapolis 4;ifl a. ra.
this train reach the above points 112
HOURS In advance of any other route
tTThe 3:45 a. m. eiDress has PULLMAN
SoKKl'LSfi CAR from Cairo to Cincinnati, with
out ehan'os, and throna sleepers to tit; Loula
( I ! THE N
Fast Time East. " ? :
l slCHIl 0pru tnl Une go through to East. 1 "
iwwiiiioa ern nolnta without an di. in
caused by Sunday Interveulnir. The Satnrdav after.
aoon train from Cairo arrives tn new York Monda i r
nornlngat M:3i. , Thtrty-ai hours la advanced !
nv other route, ' ; '
Hf-For through tickets and further Information
apply at Illinois Central Kallroad Depot, Cairo.
J. u.juast, Ticket Agent.
A. U . HANSON. Qoo. Pasa. Agent. Chicago
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
7 ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. H.
Trains depa-t. Trains leave.
tMail 4:isa. m
tEt press 11:45 a. m
Kxpress .'l:4Ti t). m.
jst Louis Ex 1J;'.T) t. m.
t.Mail 4:4' a.m
tSt Louis Ex 8:15 p. m.
I .N. O. Ex ..11.10 a. m.
.N. O. Ex... 11:10a.m.
ItN. O. Ex 4:80 p.m.
tExprens !:' a.m.
tAcconi 3 40 p.m.
st. h. ii c. n. . (Narrow-gauge)
ExprM ......8;rtoa m
Express 1:16 a. in.
hi. Mall.. .4:10p.m.
Accom..- 3:00 p.m.
Accom livi p.m.
bt. l. & i. m. n. n.
tExpreea 10:30p.m. tExpruea.
W., ST. L. A P. K. R.
Mall & Ex 4:lfla.m.
Mall A Ex. ..9. 30p.m.
Accom 10:80 a.m.
Accom 4:00 o.m
Freixht.......i ;4.'j a.m
freight ti:45 p.m.
MOBILE A OHIO 11. II
Mall 5:6.1a.m. I Mai! ;
Pally except euaday. ,t Dallv. .
AND DEPARTUBE OF
I. C. R. R. (through lock mall).. R a. m.
9 p. m.
9 p. m.
9 p. m
9 p. m.
6 a. m.
4 p. m.
.R p. m.
" (way mall)...,
" (Southern DW.
Iron Mountain U. R
Wabash ft. K
, to p. m.
...... .7 p. m.
5 p. m.
Texas St. Louis K. K.
St. Louis & Cairo li. K..
..3 p. m.
Miss lilver arrives Wed., Sat. A Hon
" departs Wed.,Kri. 4 Sun.
P O. gen del. open from T :80am to7:.10 pm
P.O. box del. open from 6 a.m. to 9 p. m.
Sundays gen. del. open from. ...8a. m. to Ilia. ra.
Sundays box del. open from. ...6 a. m. to lOUMani
tW-NOTK.-C'hangea will be published from
time to tlm In city papors. Change your cards ae
cordingly. WM. if. MURPHY, P. M
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, Under the
- ' 1 Law of 1883.
Successor to Widows and Orphans Mamal Aid So
elety, organised iuly 4th, 1877, under -the
laws of 1872.
JOHN XT. ROBINSON President
WM. ST It AT r 'N Vlce-1'rtsldent
J. A. CioLuSTINE -.M...M.Treaauror
C. IV. DON NINO Medical Adviaer
THOMAS LEWIS Secretary
BOARD OF DIRECTORS for 1st YEAR.
Wm. Stratton, Stratton & Bird, growers, Cairo, III.,
J. A. Uoldstiue, ofdoldstlne A Rosenwater, whole
sale aud retail dry good;C. W. Dnnnlng. M. D.;
Pre?. Bd. Med. Ex., for Pensions; Albert Lewis,
commission merchant: J. II. Robinson, county
Judge ana notary public; Wm. K. Pltehur, eom.
broker 'and lnmranco agent;. R. U. Balrd, city
street supervisor; M. Phillips, carptnter and build
er; Thomas Lewin4 attorney and secretarv; K. V.
H:ercc(aUoruuy-t-law, DuCJuoin 111.; K . C . Pace
cashier of Centennial Bant, Ashley, 111.; Albert
llavden, cashier of Oeorge Conuelly A Co., Sprlng
Beld, 111 ;B. M. .Munn, attornevat-law, 16S Ran
dolph street, Chicago; Hon. Kob't. A. Hatcher, at-toruev-at-law,
Charleston, Mo.; IL Lelghton,
cashier First National Kank, stuart. Iowa. -
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