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THK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING OCTOBER 22, 1884.
RING, ROYAL CHIMES,
Golden Wedding of Prince Anthonj
of Hohoneollern and His
A Duoal Fraud-Mouraing for Brunsiriok
' Sarloui Difflaultloi la the Liverpool
; Produoa and Shipping Trades.
French Audacity A Protet-Hbeu Cor.
pus Oranted Funds for Sulli
' van's Family.
A ROYAL QOLDEM WIDDI.VO.
Behux, October 21. Tha oldou wad
dlug of Prince Anthony of llohenzollurn,
chief of tb Catuollo branch of the house
of thla namo, was celebrated to-day In a
beQttlog manner at Slgiuarlugoo. The
weather was cloudy, bat did not later
fere with the fuatlTltloa. At aloe o'clock
the guesU congrita'atod the happy pair.
At ten the royal family a'Vraded mas,
which waa celebrated In honor of the
event. Vorty-two royal . gueata were
prevent, among them tiwErapdror and the
King and Ques-u of HotMoania. Goethy'a
"Ipblgenle" waa performed as part of
the festivities lu honor wf the occualou.
UOW IT WIS UBCEJVKb.
London, October tl. The people of
Brunswick hare toro up the proclania
of Daroa Uitgers, which stated thai he
had been ordered by the Lruperor to as-
i some the supreme military couitnaad of
the Duchy, and aks tbc peuplo of
Hrurmwlck to look forward to a decision
of the Fideral Couucli with col fldc nee.
Their rights are to be respected.
TUB PUUfUIA UJCHT IN 14lH.H.NIJ.
Lkhijn, October 21. The Prussian
Court has been ordered to wear mourn
ing lor the Duke ol Brunswick lor a fort
night, and the troops and tubabitauts of
Brunswick Ijt two months. The King of
Saxony and Grand iJukecf Oldenburg,
the Duke of Cambridge and l'rlnce Al
bert of Truism, leproatntlnar Kiuperor
William, will atuinl the funeial.
London, October 21. The St indiri
in tu uoaoviai co.umn says: "jnereure
renewed reports of srlous diflicuitlts
iBpeoding In the Liverpool produce and
snipping trades. One com . any of A inert
can liners recently called a formal
meeting of rU creditors and revealed Its
lnsbl Uy to folly meet its engagements,
bat w formal bankruptcy was appro
hendad." The raca for the Cambridgeshire States
at tbt Kewmarket Autumn meeting to
day was woo by J. Hammond's brown
fllly Florence; 11. T. Barclay's colt lico
digo, second; Mairley's l'lzarro third.
Paws, October 21. In the Chamber ol
Deputies yesterday Sowriquls placed
upon the table an amendment to the
cattle customs bill, which proposes to
Hi a duty of five francs per 100 kilo
grams on foreign eoru. The amend
' ment also proposes that the municipal
authorities of the pivlDcs sbi 1 be em-
powered to fix the price of bread and
meat. The increase of the municipal
budget by 8,500,000 francs for the a
alataooa of tha poor shows cleany tho
London, October 21. The Tortugueso
Qoverasnent has directed a note to Karl
- Granville protesting agniuat the annexa
tion of the territory which the Boers
got from the Portuguese to the Trans
HABEAS CORPUS GRANTED.
Dt'BUJt, October 21. A writ of habeas
corpus bus been granted lu the case of
Patrick Delany, who was one of tho
Crown witnesses at Sllgo In the Tubbcr
curry conspiracy murder case, and who
Is now serving a hie sentence ai one of
the Phcnnlx Park rnurJorers. It Is ex
pected he wUl be released In return for
services rendered the Crown as informer
In tbe Tubbercurry case.
Di'BLor, October 21. The Lord Mayor
of Dublin and others have subscribed
1,600 for tha benefit of the late Sulll-
London, October 21. A dispatch from
Amoy savs that a French corvette has
arrived off Tal Waa and exchanged shots
with the forts In the vl Inrty, and
so rch.s ail steamers approachlug the
National Jockey Club Raoea,
Washington, D. C, October 21. Tho
flrot day's meeting of tho National Jockey
Club opened with good weather, fair
track ami oA attendance of two thousand
First Race Six furlongs: Burch, first;
. . Mammoaist, second; Pontiac, third.
- Tlwe,ltl7 14. Mutnals paid 45.15.
Ban Over and Killed.
. Dubcvje, Ia., October 21. Tho lUUe
son c ex-Marshal Decker, whllo paying
lu the street, was ruu over and killed.
' A terrible stabbl as affray occurred In
' Beck's saloon last night, in which Ed
., ward Kauffman was perhaps fatally cut
-y waa. Jirown.
Bob Oroaa Ouufrht.
' i Augusta, Kas, October 21. Bob
Cross, the uardurcr of Deputy Sheriff
Uotllster, of Urmuewt.1, captured
1 1 by oftteers, who pamotMtaroagh tore yw-
. terday wltn toe prwonec. iiwy are en
1 ' flavoring idrHtMde a molof 900 men who
... are Inclose pursuit.
WAfmimnott, D. C., Octobe81. Tho
President baa appointed Wm. F Doa
. . . I - . . I
. tlonal Board of Health, vtoe Dr. II. A.
-' iionnson, resigned.
XUiei on tha Track.
. . Dunvu. Cot., October II. irancls S,
Parcen, from Akjauy, M. Y., waa kUied
tar a Deovwr 4 Bio Graade tniau vrfcsli
ipaMlw.aAthe track bsawwaflaHdaoa
Cuicaoo, III., OctoUr 2L la ordts
bos boon Usued from polleo bMutqaarterf
for the arrest of all woman found In tho
struct Ju Motlier Hubbard dresses.
New York, October 20 The flrin of
Donnoll, Lawson & SUnpson, bankers,
which failed during the recent paulo on
Wall street, announce that thoy expect to
resume business to-morrow.
Steluenviu-k, O., October 21. Tho
Stuubenvillo bottle works, a co-opera
tive concern, made an asatgument this
morning. The Company has been los
ing money, and Is heavily Involved.
Will Eeturn to Private L. h.
Concokd, N. H., October 21. lion.
Clinton W. Stanley, oi Manchester, will
soon resign as Assocluts Justice of the
Supremo Court to accept a position with
a bank of this city. Wm 1L Chase, of
Concord, wLl probably succeed htm.
Sudden Dsath oX a Joror.
Piu.NCKsa AN.tK, Mi,, October 21,
Harvey Johnson one of the Jurors In the
Mills-Davis' murder trlil, died suddenly
this morning. Ills) death necessitates the
appointment of a new jury or the post
ponement oi tue case.
RcmaadL-a for Bontonoi.
New York, October 21. A sealed ver
dict delivered by the jury Incase of Peter
Oomez, accused of running away with
the vessel Julia Baker and her cargo, was
opened In the Circuit Court to-day. A
vrrdlct of guilty was rendered, and
Gomez was remanded for sentence.
Ta Congo Conferenoe.
Wamulngto.v, D C, October 21. The
United States Government, through the
Secretary of State, has agreed to be rep-
reented at the Congo Conference. Mr.
Tlsdale, recently appointed Minister to
t'ongv will doubtless represent the
Arretted for Doctoring- Currency.
Ottawa, Oxr., October 21. Last
niirht two men, named Leeblanc and
Ball, were arrested for passing a Domin
ion Government twenty-dollar note,
which had been raised lrom a two dollar
bill, the letter "O" having been cut out
of the word two" and pasted after the
figure '2." On the person of Leeblanc
several similar bills were fouud, as well
as other bills out ol which pieces naa
Grain and Provisions.
TCESDAY. OCTOBER Si, WSi.
CorroH meailr: iuhliiuir. iOSl
Vi hsat Firmer: No. t Red, TfikiCukc;
ho. i lUxl. o, itOISO.
Coii.i Hoaktr; no. t Uiiioo, 40u;o;ii
ho. a wbiw uimod. Me.
Oats-Klrim-r: No. S. 25a'ttcx
Ktb Kiruiw: No. 2. too.
Tohaooh jrirm; lucn; common to choice
ai.u.ijlu.i); lHal; couiiuon nl loat, 7.5u4
kj.uj: UMwlmm to imkkI tX.Ojmi7.UU.
iiAV Frairui tv.U)tU.j tor nrirae tochotoa
dcw: clover mixwd. 7.(MifK).iA) tor common 19
prime: prltmt new timothy, IU.U04U.UU; tun-
Uorrsii .su.'iuly: cnoiceto tanor -resmerr
Vifr.tuo: dairy, oltuice to lauoy, Ai4o: taw
Eoos Firm; fresh stock, 14W(j15o per
Potato its Weak; coinuiou to fair, Sue;
choice to fancy, 35e.
Fokk Uiwcn Hwot IM.2TiQI6.6X
Lahd iuivi; prime stuuin. '" -sc.
Uaoon Luatra. lie: snorts. lli,nsc; clear
rits, 11'XllHo, alt packed.
Wool. Tub-waitaeU. eUoioe, SMs: fair,
Z7o; dliiK7 sad low An. Unwashed Cbolco
modiuin. XU-tJlc; irood sv(rae me
dium MjlWo: snleomJ lijrw nne)7lKo; gooi
average, ItWiHo; kt v liltic: ooiuOintr. V
uio xl. aWI-c: eomwnff, low rrailnt. lU-.tl'a.
Hjues Mfdy and Arm; dry Hint. lHc;
datnaired, We: balls or stairs Hint luo,
sulttnl, so; glue stock, io. Hrvt.'ii siilte.1. llo:
damairtxl. 7c; vual calf skins ll'4c; bulls or
stHtfs, c: irreeu uneurwi, lii'Wo; dainatrei,
6u; irlu. So.
siiskp Felts Dull; green, 5.'Vic; dry
do, i.U3., ha to aiuooataud ijuaitiy ot wooi;
trrecu shuarlinSi ibSOc.
Whbat SUwly; No. 8 Rod, November,
M'c; l- eiiibr, bo; January, Me; Febru
ary, 0c; May, S.'iHc.
Cokji Kinaur; Oi:tobcr, JTe; Norember,
55o; December, 60 'ic; January, 7fic; Way,
Oats Weaker; October, 31 'id November,
81Soi Dooeuiber, Sie.
What lllirlwr: October, "'i'in; Novom
lr?4S4o; Dooember, 75"t i"l'ui January,
77e: May, Wc.
Cohm Lowit; October, 4lo: Nnvomhor,
44Vo; yenr,:Sej Junuary, a7S,e; May, :we.
Oats Firmer: October, iSe: Novembor,
Srt'tc: DBcemiwr, Sd.vci year, 2uSo; May,
Pokk Lower: October, f lo.75; year,
1I.H6: January, f lii.UJ.
Laho tiluaily: October, 7.1i"; Novombnr,
$7.i5: lhc-inlter. i.U7 ti Junuury, J7.U0Si;
riHour Kins OotolH-r, $9.714; November,
$7.uu',; January, ju.uo'i.
Live Stock Markets.
niloos-RoceloM, l,iM iKSivo; Caiflo
h glier: llKlit. I.M"3.1u; roul pucking uiul
C'ATTi.is-K'HJolpIs, fi.om: slow; exports,
fl.iiU'67.1U: shlppliiK, t4.W5."&i TeAiins,
StiKKP Iti'U'lpIs, 1.S00; steady; eominonto
gOO I, t !i.5U4.-i.
Catti.r ItooHptx, 2)iK); ranicn cuttle firm
er nt Hki h'lflmr; exports, SH.uttittl W; jfon I
to chiileu sliippiiiir, l.VHrtiid.HO; oiiminon to
tun Hum, I .U4.4S ; fcixlurs, f:t. i.Vf,4.i'i; cows,
'.riK.ivl.iri: irraMsTexiiH steers, $ l.tssl,flii.
Moos Rwclpls, ninrkW weaker anl
Ilk! lower; heavy puck iig, 1.7u'4.76; mixed,
ISiiKtii Receipts, 17.'); quiet and unchanifcd.
Cattlk Market dull, weak and lower; ox
tra cattle, tilltKiWA; Ifiid to ebnleo steers.
tii.tMK'tu.ui; 1 11 lr to medium, f 5. lur.rJV0: Rood
hutrhers', .Ar44t.70: Texas Hteers, $,'4.su,.a
I. Ill; Texas cows, fX'SntliMI; Wentern slock
Irs, .l.riU.lHi; ycBrlinirs, fl.iMK'iiH.fiti.
SiiKKt1 Oood demnnil mid nrlor-N n shado'
hliflier; eomiuoil to lair, .'I,:jW.I.H0; irood to
HmiIco, ail.7Wft4.2nj oxtrn, 4.50. Wvstnrn
iambs, common to prime, H.7&W4.HO; tiuindu
Hons Market dull and lower; wool to
choice, fllM'i.tH); lli'lit to IHIr, J4.1W.Jl.HAj
good mixlliinm W.dnf'M.W, moHlv V.W: 0110
load choice licuvy. f;'- Number of loads
Money and tttook Market
Naw Yobk, Ooinliiir SI. Money 9 por
ceul. 1 cxehaiiKO st4iulyi Uovei-nnimiUt firmer;
cunoicy.il's, IS bid; 4's, coupons, bid;
4','s, do, lia bid. Tim stock tnarkut this
mornlmr utMimid firmer, Hut businoss had
hardly bemin when thern was a pertoet rush
to sell, eHiiHcially Now York Central, Durlnir
the llr thirty nilnuies, uiiiler tills outfioitr,
priem declined Maadlly, deopltfl the ((Torts to
Mop t lie downward nwivemmit. At tho lowoftl
wt4nt tho nerllnu mnod from ii to I pnrowit,
The bulls, however, homrht up all orrnrlntrs,
and wtxin koIIIuv cmwod wjnt in and bl I val
ps up sharply. 3hls autirm oausedf some
covnrtnff by early oollers. At noon iVnroi
Wore up to about the beat inoriuiur i roe,
Moee noou a tiirlrt reantlnn has taken ptaoo,
botat trackmK ttte aatrkct is fmsv ...
Kccout Ulscussious by English au
thoiiilcs show that doctors uro far from
a;ruuruont concot uiug tho dlstanco to
which small-pox tccrms tuay bo convey
ed by Iho air. Dr. Dinglinm has sup
posed that infection could not bo giv
en at a greater distauco than two or
three foot in out-door air; Dr. Hill hns
rilacod tho limit tit fivo or tlx foot; Dr,
J'atham, at six to eight foot; and Dr.
(Jricvo at eight to tea feet. Othors
Imvo given fifteen, thirty, fifty, seventy,,
100, 150, 300 and 600 feet as tho prob
able width of tho dangerous zono around
small-pox hospitals. Sir Wni, Jennor
has insisted that it is half , a mile, and
several eminent physicians have favor
ed tho theory that iufection may bo
disseminated to a distance of 7,000 or
8,000 feet. Sir J. K. liunnctt has thought
it probable that infection, liko email
shot or smoke, might travol a milo or
two, and that it is very possiblo that
mall-pox poison might strike a per
son at a distance of fifty miles from its
starting point Reviewing tho evidence
thus far presented on tho subject, Dr.
T. Wilson concludes that is not proven
that small-pox infection in an activo
Unte is ever disseminated in the open
air as far as 200 or oven 150 feet
Prof. C. Michie Smith remarks that
a green color of tho sun, thqugh un
common, is of much less rare occurronco
than is generally supposed, as bo has
several times obscrvod it since it at
tracted so much attention in India in
September, 1863. Ho is disposed to
ascribe the phenomenon to an abnorm
ally thick stratum of transparent water
vapor, and not to volcanic dust Its
rareity may bo due, ho suggests, to tho
fact that tho water-vapor, whoa pres
ont in sufficient quantity to produeo
tho appearance, is usually partially
precipitated, forming clouds. Aa un
usual electric state may possibly at
times give the air grent clearness when
highly charged with vapor. Prof.
Smith points out that the air might
hold enough volcanic dust to produce
the sunset glows which followed the
green sun of India, and still have its
transparency unaffected and cause no
change in the sun's appearance
Tho mongoose, which was some years
ago brought from India to stop tho
ravages of the sugar-cane rot in Ja
maica, has increased in that island to
Buch an extent and has become so des
tructive to poultry and even to fruit
and vegetables, that it seems liable to
soon become a veritable pest. Sinco
being introduced from Europe, tho dog
has become very numerous in a wild
state in Australia, but instoad of con
fining itself to subduing the Australian
plague of rabbits, it now causes a great
slaughter of sheep. The weasel and
the sioat whfch New Zealand people
have imported from England to keep
down tho rabbits, have jiultiplied so
rapidly that the remedy is expected to
become worse than tho original afilic
tion in a very short time.
Researches in Franco by Dr. Schultz
have shown that citric acid possesses
powerful antiseptic properties, which
may give it an important placo as a
food-preserving substance, since it is
believed to be free from tho objeclion
of unwholesomeness urged againstotb-
er antiseptic acids. .Bleat fragments
placed in a fivo per cent solution of
the acid wero in a penect state oi pres
ervation at the end of fifteen days. Ex
perimenting upon organized germs,
Dr. Schultz fouud that one drop of a
solution of one part acid to 1,000 parts
water placed in a liquid containing
bacteria and other forms of microscop
ic life, instantly caused their death.
Mons. Balland ha3 found that tho av
erage moisture of tho flours of com
merce is fourteen per cent. It varies
with tho hygrornetric state of the air,
and is generally from ono to two per
cent greater in winter than in sum
mer. Oil is now extracted from th'o seeds
of grapes in Italy. Young grapes yield
most and black kinds more than
"I Wuntcd That Uuclly."
A citizen of Hamilton, Harris county,
whoso name is Tool, has witteu a long
letter to Governor MeDaniel asking
him to please seud him a divorce at
once, i'eel says ho is in deep distress,
lie and his wife havo parted and will
never live together again. Ho has ap
plied to the justice courts down there,
but can get no relief. He says the law
yers want hiru to pay them t'-'S to write
liiiu it divorce, aud ho is unable to do
that He asks tho governor to sond
him two divorces, one for himself and
ono for his wife. If the governor can't
do anything, ho wants his case laid bo
font President Arthur. He savs Arthur
signs his nanio "Chester Arthur," and
lu! understands his postotlioo is Now
York. Tool eiosi's his letter as follows:
"Piem sea about this rite oil' and
doant w.v.o until after I am dod befoor
ymi let mo hear from you." Savannah
Doitiliy WL'iijoiis are takon from nion
who curry tla-m into tlio Galveatim
piutibiinj au.l Urlnkiiijj hmisnsj an cin-
jiloyo pive.i clifoks fur litem, ami tliuy
me rciuriioj ou ihoir owner's Ut'pttr-
Tho Daily World, of Nashville, Tenn.,
8ay: The rupiJ improvement in the timny
ills to which the lmiunn race is heir, enn ho
nttriliuteil to but one source, titul thnt id the
world renowned St. Jacobs Oil. Price 50
Cheni) Homes in Arkans h ami Tex us
A Ion if tho lice of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway ami International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands at
actes of tho choicest farming and gw.ir.ii
lands in die world, rnnrrlnir in price from
(3.00 to f :)00 and $'1.00 per aero, in a
healthy country, with clinnto unsurpansed
for stluhrity and comfort. Send your ad'
dress to tho undersigned for a copy of sta
tistica of crops raised in Arkansas and Texan,
In 1883, and makeup your mind to go atio
toe for yourself when you learn that the crop
for 1883 is 00 per cent larger than thnt of
1093. lo those purchasing laud owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, omv
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate it
allowed for money paid for ticket or freight
over tbe Companies lines.
II. C. Townsenq. Qeo'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo,
Tho Vicious Cliiu-acter of tho Tullow
Tho air of a room liglitod by gas Is,
heated twenty times as much as if it
wcro lighted to nn equal extent by in
catidoseont electric lamps. When arc
lamps are used, tho comparison is still
more in favor of electricity. You will
bo surprised to know that our old
friend, the tallow caudle, and evon tho
wax candle, is far worso than gas in tho
proportion of nlr vitiated and tho heat
Erouuoed; and you will bo disposed to
olieve it Hut the fact is, that so long
as candles were used, light was so ex
pensive that wo woro obliged to bo con
tent with littlo of it; in fact wo lived
in a state of semi-darkness, and in this
way wo evaded tho trouble. It is only
since tho general introduction of gas
and petroleum that we havo found whut
au evil it is. The S'inilunj Engineer.
Tho following are some of tho eu
phonious names of the sleeping cars on
tho Canadian Pacific railroad: Kamin
istiquia, Appellee, Wauapitac, Nas
bonsinjr, Wabigoon, Kanariiskis, Nipis
"A merry heart goes all the day," but
who can merry be when racked and tor
mented by a hateful cough. He wise and
try Dr. Bull's Couch Svrun. It relieves at
once aud cures promptly. All druggists
nave it. ,
For the Cure of Coughs, Colds,
Hoarseness, Hronchitis.Croun, Influ
enza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In
cipient Consumption and for the re
lief of consumptive persons in advan
ced stages of the Disease. Tor Sale
by all Druggists. Price, 25 Cents.
Patrick TV McAlpine,
Made to Order,
gtb St., bot. Ohio Levee & Commercial Ave.
OALUO. - - ILL
liopairiDg neatly done at short notice
The Eegnlar Cairo & Paducah Daily
IIENKY E. TAYLOIt, Jfasttr.
UEUHUE JObEs, Clerk.
leaves Pidacah for Cilro daily (Sundays except'
ed) at 8 a. m., and .Mound City at 1 p. m. Keturc
ng, loaves Cairo at 4 p.m. : Mound Citv at 5 p.m
Delivered at CAIRO, 111.,
at the FOLLOWING PRICES: "
Ft. bottom. Ft. Have. Capacity gab. Price.
0 x 8 1150 824.00
0 x ft 1030 28.00
7x8 2000 32.00
7 x ft 2250 30.00
7 x 10 2500 -10.00
These tai';s are made of CLEAK CYPIM.KS, V.i
!nrhi' thlrk, m-curely hooped and are WAThll
TIGHT. They are '
Shipped wholoand aro well braced
to prevent their being racked or broken in hand
ling. Estimates furnished Tor
Tanks of any Sizo.
V. K1GGS .Sc BROS.,
2,7 Delorfl St., New Orleans, La.
Causes no Tain
Gives Belief at
Treat mint will
Cure, Not a Liq-
ily Into nimtrlls Give it a Tr'al. M) cint at
lur cirrn'ar, Hnr.ip'o by ni'til 10 cents.
ELY IIItOTH KHS, DrutfKlstH.Owe.i. N' Y,
IN TUE WORLD,
A poworful preparation
so concoiitriiluil tlmUli'W
drops oiiplled to tlia sur
face will pulietralu lo the
verv lioncaiid almoxt I m.
STX.NTLK IttUKVC 1'AIM,
HAS WOIiOAticr CUSS tl
Sore Throat, Palu
In Limbs. Stoma
oh or Bowels,
fir In snvpart o 8vtnm.
Will NOT Mill. (XOTHUtlt
K 1 no) iiiscolor the skin 14
hs "efii constant use
by FhvMnans aim oinrrs
lot au Pries tua
AOOI . MIMIll t.Owt. MOs
TO SAILS Atl DBVOOtSTB AVS
CJMOJUUI in XUJ01NsV
rpHE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, lllinol.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
CAPITAL, ffi 10 O.OOO!
A General Banking: Business
THOS, W. HALL1UAY
ENTERPRISE SAVINQ BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS KA K.
TllOd. W. IIAL.L1 DA V,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
K. liltOSS, President. I P. NK', Vice I're.'nt
II. WKLLS, Canlilur. I T. J. Kurtb, As t chhd
. Brons m Ca'.ro I William Klue, .C':.lro
Peter NeU " William Woir.... "
(', M . Oeterloh " I O. O. l'ntier. ....... "
B.A.Budtr " 1)1. Wells
J. Y, Clemsnn, CsledouU.:
A 'SEVERAL HANKINO litJSIN BUS DONii.
Kxuhaniro po'd and bought, intero't rslil II
tho Savings Dpurtini nt. Culloctloiis iDitile and
all imsiuuH.s promptly attiMinoa u.
JjK. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, ill.
VAfCK, ELECTUO VAPOR akd MEDICATliO
A lady in attendance.
J1 M. 1IAUUELL, M. D.
OFFICE East Side Commercial, bolow 8:h 8t.
orni'i No. 139 Commarctil Aotnt, titwetn
ieh'b and Nliith Streeu
JJ G. PARSONS, M. D.,
OCULIST AND AUHIST.
OFFICE City Drug Store, Carbondalo, 111.
; 35 a m
1 a O
jj a w
; C n
?i -a "tr
617 St. Charloi St,r ST. LOUIS, HO.
A. rosTiliir Ornduatn ot' two medical
colleges, iiiis been longei engaged in tho treat
nientof Chronio, Nervoun, HUin and
lJloo.l Diseases than any other physician In
flu Louis, as city papers show undaltuld resi
dents know. Consultation at office orbvn.all,
free and invited. A friendly talk or his opinion '
costs nothing. Wheu it Is Inconvenient to visit
the city lor treatment, medicines can be sent
bymallorexpress everywhei. Curaulecases
guaranteed: where doubt ex intuit. Is frankly
stated. Call or Write,
yervow Prostration, Debility, Mental sad
Physical Weakness, Mereuilal and other
SJIectlonsof Throat, KklnaiiS Bones, Blood
Iinparltlss and Blood Polsnnlnc, Skin ABse
Hons, Old Sores sail Ulcers, Iinpedlmenta ta
Marriage , Rheumatism, Piles. Special a
tent Ion t eases from over-wortej tokln;
SUKfilCAL CASKS recelvs special sttention.
Mseases arising from Imprudenret. xeesses.
Indulgences or Exposures,
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It Is self-evident that a physician raylns;
particular attention to a class of cases attalus
great skill, and physicians In regular practlcs
all over the country knowing this, freqJently
recommend oases to the oldest oitlce ii A inert
ea.whereevery known anpllanee Is remirU'C
to, and the proved uood pmidto of alk
ages and countries are used, A whole unnse Is
used furoiKce purposes, and all are treated with,
skill In a respectful manner! and, know.nu;
what to do, no experiments are made. On wc
count of the great number apply I nr. tha
charges are kept low, often lower than is de
nianded by others. If you secure the ski 1 end
f-et a speedy and perfect life cure, that s ilia
iiiportant matter. PauipUlut, W pages. S)ut
- (oauy address free.
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derful pen pictures, true to life, articles on tlis
.following subjects i Who may marry If whon tt
why' l'rmieragetomarrv. VV ho marry flrit,
Manhood, Wooiunhood. Physical decay, W no
' should marry. How life and happiness may be
Increased. Those married or contemplating
. marrying should road It. It ought to be real
. by all adult persons, then kept under lock and
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Wtr" l1 r hh
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R
Short est and Quickest Boitte
St, Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv Lino Running
O DAILY TRAINS
Making Direot Connkotiom
lVilNi LliTi Cmo:
irrtvingln fit Louis 9 00 a.m.; ChlcaKo,B:80p.m.
C'nnneciInK at Odin and UtBoghara for Cincin
nati, LouifviUe, Indianapolia aud poluti East,
12:25 p. m. Fust ftt. liouia and
Arriving in St. Lonia 6:45 p. m.,and connecting
for all points West.
3:45 p. m. Fast Express,
Por St. Louis and Chicago, arriving at St. Louis
10-15 p. m., and Chicago TttO a. m.
3:45 p.m. Cincinnati Kxpress.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:0O a. m.; Loulsvllh 9:61
a. m.; Indianapolis 4:li5 a. m. Pagncugor h
this train reach tho abovo points 1.2 to 3tJ
UCl'Kbln advance of uny other route.
HTTie 3:t' a. m. express has PULLMAN
SObiKl'lNfj CAK lrom Cairo to Cincinnati, with
out changes, and thruiiyh sleepers to tit. Loulr
Fast Time Kast.
trpra y thls llne t ""onB" t0 fiU
l aaMTIIjUcla etn points without any dolay
rallied hy Sunday Intervening. The Saturday after
loon train flora Cairo arrives in new York .Monday
nornlugatlo:3f). Thlrty-sii hours in advanced
dt other route, t
iSBTFi" throuth tickets anaruttsor lnrormaxiou
luuly at lllluois Central Uailroad Depot, Cairo.
J. II. J ONES, Ticket Agent.
A. H. HANSON. Gun. Pass. Agent. Chicago
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. K.
Trains depait. Truins arrive.
Mail ....4rsia.m. fMuil 4:(5a.
Express t:45p. m. tbxprcfls n:a.
tSt Louis Ex p. m. I tat Lonls Ei 2:15 p.
i. c. it. u (aouinerD Division
tN. O. Ex ,.ll:10"a,
tN. O.Kx... ll:lQa
tN.O. E 4:80p
M. H. It.
Exprecs 2:30 p.
tSt.L. .Mail. ..6:30a.
tit. L. Ex....b:00p.
.10:30 a. m
. 3 45 p.m
BT. L. A I
tExpress 10:30p.m. I
tSt L. Mall... 7:4' p.m.
tSt. L. hx 9:30 a. m
W.. BT. L. A P. R. It.
Mall A fix..
4:(0a.m. '.Mall & Ex...9.30p.
.4:() p.m. I 'Accom 10:1)0 a,
..7:41 a.m. Freight 6:45 p.
MOBILE 4 OHIO 11. It.
,B:raa.m. Mall 9:10 p
Daily except Sunday, t Dally.
TIM 12 CA.11U
ARRIVAL AND DKPARTUEE OF MAILS.
Arr at I Dop're
P. O. I'm PC
I. C. R. R.(throushlocli mail).. 8 a. m
" ..11:00 a.m Sp. nt.
(way mall) . 30 p.m. 9 p. m.
" (Southern Div 4:30p.m. 9p. m.
Iron Mountain It. It 3:0op.m. 9 p. m.
Wabash R. H 6 a. m. 9 p. m.
Texas A St. Louis Ii. R U noon 1 a. m.
St. Louts A Culro K. K 4 p. m. 11 a.m.
Ohio River 3 p. m. S p. ra.
Mies River arrives Wed.. Sat. A Mon.
" departs Wed , Fri. & Sun.
PO. gun del. op. n from 7:80 am to 7:30 pm
P.O. box del. open from 6 a.m. to 9 p. m.
Sundays gee. del. open lrom. ...8 a. m. to 10 a. ni.
8unriavs hox del. open from. ...8a. m. to 10:30am
ISr-NOTE. Changes will as published from
time to tlnio in city papers, tfange your cards ae
cordlugly. WM. il. JlURPUY. P. M
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, UuJcr tie
Law of 1883.
Successor to Widows and Orphans Mutnal Aid So
ciety, b'ganlr.od Juiy 4th, 1H77, under
the laws of lb7;'.
JOHN II. ROBINSON . ..........President
Wl. si'BATi' iN VIca-I'rtsldont
J. A. UOLUSTINK Treasurer
C. VV. DUnNIMJ Medical Advisor
THOMAS LEWIS Secrotur
BOARD OF DIRECTOR KOit 1st YEAR.
Wra. Strnlton, Sir; lion Jt Hlrd, cro'crs, Cairo, 111.
J. A. Goldmine, olUo!dtlne Itosenwater, whole
sale and ret 'ill dry goodiC. W. Dunning. M. D.
Pres. ltd. Med Kx., for tensions; Albert Lewis,
cnmtnlsslon merchant: J. It Robinson, county
Judge an" notary public; Win. K. l'llcher, com.
broker and insnranca ai'entt R. II. lialtd, city
street supervisor! M. Ph ilips, carpenter and build
er; Thomas Lewis, attorney and secretary ! K. V.
Pierce, attorney al-law, DuCJuolu 111. ; K. C. Pacs
cashier of Cententiliil Hiiiik, Ashley, 111. ; Albert
llavilen. cashier of lleorge Connolly A Co,, Sprlns;
ilelll, I I i K. M Munii, nttorney-at'law, 180 Raa
dolph street, Chicago; Hou. Itobt, A. Uatcher, at-tornev-at
law, Charleston, Mo.i II. Lelghtoa
cashier First NittU'iml Hank, Stuart. Iowa.
Statu or 1 1.1 .in out Circuit Court of said
van I '.ttiMtir 1,1 I'liurt.
Cot'NTT Of ALB.VANliSII I crj. ,
Oils A. Osbiirn, Carollmi E. Osborn, Adallne Toor
uoorge A, poor, Ainiira roor and hvan t'oor,
John Wolf. Henry Wolf, Mrs Wolf wlfn of tlonry
l.oiilea Allen. Anna Mary jurrott,
ami Eliza Fisher,
Rill In Cliancory for Partition.
tii,ii v.,.1..., 1. 1, ..-..i.., .1.... 1..
of a decree made and entered by snld court in tin
above entitled cause, nn the Irtth day of Sept., A. I).
itvM, 1, Alexander 11. irvin, anieter in .'iianceryioi
the circuit court of said county, will, on
THE fcJnd DAY OF OCTOBER, 1HW,"
at the hour of It o'clock In theturnniwm, atths
southwesterly door of thn court house, In the city of
.,..1- 11... t I ..... I llln..l aall
v airo, iMiuiiiy ui Aiexaiioer biiu imw .........w,
at pnullo auction, to the. highest ami lw.t
bidder for cash. all ami a ngular,
the following descrll'd premises ami real estatw ,1
... . ,. . ?. - 1 ....... I .in,. In Hi.. VImI
in . brim ueeroe iiimihumm'h, n. ...... w ...
addition to the city of Cairo, In the cnunry or Alex. '
anib r and statu of Illinois, or so much thereof as ,
shall Iw snmolent to satlefy said decree, Uvwlt:
1 ...,.ii,Ur.i(hr.iu, :n and fuuri4i.lu Hock nnm.
Dernd fortvolght (4W).
Dated Cairo, 1U, Sep.. l,V H iRviN ,.:,
Master in cbsacwry.
00, Fishsr, Ctlmplalnut, Solidtur.