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TUK DAILY OAIUO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING OCTOBER 23, 1884.
William O'Brien's Generosity To
ward the Family ot a Fallen
Earl Bponcer'i Whipping B07, a Stupid
Nonenity, Totally Ignorant of the
Wants of Ireland.
A British Protectorate Proc'aimed at New
Guinea The Franco-German War
The Congo Conference.
A UROK-U SAUTED IRISHMAN.
Dcuux, October 22. William O'Brien,
' M. p., to-day naked the committee to
cease recolvlng lubccrlptlons toward the
ludnmalty fund to recoup him (or the
louea he sustalnod la defraying tho re
cent legal proceeding la connection with
the Cornwall acandala. The fund la
1,000 short of the amount of O'Urleu'a
lowea, bat he says tho family of the late
A. M. Sullivan haa a prior right to Ire
land'! gratitude. He hopes those sub
scriptions to the Indemnify lag fund will
JrmUad be sent to tho fund for tho relief,
of SuUlvau'a family.
sriNCKii'g wuippixo uoy. .
DuBu.f, October 422 The t'reermn'i
Journal commentlug to-dajr on the ap
pointment of II. Campbell Bauoerinan to
bChlel Secretary for Ireland, dubs bim
a stupid noneuUty. li aays he Is totally
Igaorant of tho wants of Ireland, but wlii
serre Earl Spencer as a whipping boy.
BRITISH PKOTKCTO ItATK.
London, October 22. Her Majesty's
war-ship, Lord Nelson, arrived at New
Guluea,wben the Commodoro proclaimed
British protectorate over the southern
coasts to the eastward of the 141st me
ridian, cast lougltudc. The protectorate
also Incluies the Islands adjacent to
Southern New Guinea.
1UNNKKM AN'd BLCCESSOIt
London, October 22. Sir Thomas
Braasey will probably succeed II. Camp
bell Bannerman as Secretary of the Ad
TIIK riUKCO-Cm.NKSB WAIl.
Paris, October 22. A majority of the
committee on th Tonquln credit are In
favor of decisive action. They are will
lngtovote eteu larger credits to enable
the Government to bring tho diffi
culty to a speedy conclusion. Le
Tempt and Le Parti urge tho Gov
ernment to blockade the port of Pakhol,
through which the Chluese who in la
va ling Tooqnin obtain their supplies.
Le Ttltgraphe affirms the report tout at
the council yesterday tho Cabinet de
cided to send to Tonquln the reinforce
ments which General Brie re De'Llslo re
quires. BtlLMIAKDT INDISPOSED.
Paris, October 23. lime. Bernhardt
continues Indisposed and her physician
has advised her to go to tho seaside to
TUK POPS AND TUK FRENCH.
Paris, October 22. Monslgnor Do
rendo, papal nuncio to prance, Is of tho
opinion that the Pope will not persist In
refusing to appoint French cardinals at
the approaching consistory.
THB CONGO OONIfitRKXCK.
Bkiujn, October 22. Representatives
Of Austria and Italy will attend tho ap
proaching Congo Conference upon tho
same footing as the representatives of
the other Powers. Belgium will prob
ably advance the Interests of the African,
International Association, of which King'
Leopold Is the Presl lent. Bismarck Is
here at the capital making preparations
for the Conference.
Tho Scott Law in the Supremo Court,
CoiXMnus, O., October 22. Tho Scott
law cases from Cincinnati, Cleveland,
Columbtu and Troy, flvo in all, wero
submitted this morning. All tho cases'
except one involve directly tho constitu
tionality of tho tax feature ot tko
statute. A decision Is expected next
A Nat row Esoaps.
Qcincy, III., October 22. The Wa
bash train which leaves Qulncy at 5 a.
m., mot with quite a serious accident this
morning, a short distance above this
city. A misplaced switch caused tho en
gine and coaches to run off the track and
become moro or toss damaged. No ono
Attempted to Kill Herself.
VuCB.VNis, Idtd., October 22. Mattlo
Freeland, a highly-respected young lady
of Washington, twenty-five mtlos east of
this city, attempted suicide yesterday
evenlotf over a love affair, by shooting
herself In the mouth and breast. She
made tho third attempt, but was too
weak to accomplish tho design.
Explain tho D ff jrenos.
Albany, N. Y., October 2i. Threo ;
physicians examined Boouo, tho Gov-!
crnor's assailant, this morning. They:
declare ho Is sane, bnt laboring under;
severe nervous excitement and liable to
do violent acts.
For Vrrfn Nary Waohrs.
WASdUKWOV, D. C, October 23.
A warrant lata been served on Mr, W. II.'
iDempMf, a Washington stationer, based!
on an lndbsUwat found by the United
BUtea Circuit Oowt tor BCasmchusotts
Ootobev 1Kb, 1884, cbarglog him with
f i frilr m&liitg, forging ad counterfeit
lug nary Toactwrs. Tbt hearing was
txpi tor Mood Beet, and ball set at
I Coldwate Mtoa October t2. A
yl0M strut Coid water last veniag,
acoompaDled by raiu, Tbe roerf of a
tattoau Mock waona off; plate gbess
floats vera blown to aad gxt were car
rted dwaoOn towrta of ICatu stieat.
Mawtaph tto were blown down and
C wM'dMM M w ottjjr aa
The Drought Ended.
Atlanta, Oa., October 23. Tho great
drought endad at noon. A good rain Is
Haifa Million of Gold.
New York, October 22. Tho British
Bank of North America has 9500,000 In
gold coin en routo to New York, shipped
Newport, Ky., October 22. J. W.
Brown, aged flftyflve, a well-known cltl
ten suicided this morning, by shooting
himself through tho head with a pistol.
Cincinnati, O., October 22; Charles
T. Dumont, machine shop and foundry,
100 to 115 Ktat Front street, assigned
To Be Batrisd.
Salt Lake, Utah, October 22. Tho
jury la tho Budgor-Clawson polygamy
c&so disagreed, standing eight to four.
Judge Laue this morning ordered the cose
retried, beginning at 2 p. m. to-day.
A Ju lira fUalg-na.
Cincinnati, O., October 22. Judge
Wm L. Avery this morning sent to the
Governor his resignation of tho office of
Judge of the Court ot Common Pleas
for the First Judicial District of Ohio.
Butler Oimi to Boston.
New Yoke, October 22. Butler ar
rived from Kimlra this morulas and left
for Boston at 1 p. in. He will return tbo
latter part of this week to resume his
Tbo War on Oleomargarine.
New York, October 22. II. L. Brydo,
dealer In butter, was arrested to-day and
required to furnish bond for 9300 for ex
amination on a charge of selling oleomar
garine for butter.
A Groat Fir.
Chatham, N. Y., October 22. Three
Incendiary llrcs, started In close succes
sion, destioyed the Courier building,
Post-office, several stores, dwelling and
barna. Loss 925,000. Twenty citizens
have been sworn In as special police to
patrol tbo village.
A Clerical Slncsr.
St. Pal'L, Minn., October 22. Over a
year ago ltcv. Dr. Ambler, a Methodist
minister ot Sauk Center, Minn., was
charged by Mrs Klett with crlnlual as
sault while treating her as a physician.
Tho conference jld at Duluth has jnst
found Ambler guilty and dismissed him
from tbo church. Ambler did not wait
to hear tho result of the trial, but left for
Grain and Provisions.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOIIEK 22, ISS4.
CVTTO!t Steady; DixUunK. 9-', .alOSc.
Puonn Sttnuly: XXXtocuoioe. t-.Mi.X9);
What-H1k1h.t: No. I Had, 79a',8!c;
Ho. 3 Hod, 7iv;So.
Um steady; No. I mixed. 0&46!e.
Ho. t whrte mixed. Mjo.
Oat Firmer: No. i. 2vS:M!jo.
Krt Kirrwr: No. s. SSttilo.
ToBACOO-inrtn; lug; common to ehoire
fn.iXjttMM; laf: oimmou rd loaf, I'xAj
kiAJu: mixlium to (roixj fJ.tinin.M.
Hat Prnirii' SK.oivtla.OJ lur prime to oholoe
new: clover mixed. HMnlO.W t'ironminoflto
pnmo: iirirni new timothy, f lu.0O4ILOU; tan
cy, f I.OuI.i.ipO.
HtrrrsK fualy: ehoicoto taocr orpamerr
Sii-txs: dairy, ctioico to tancy, iXJJ4oi low
Kotis Finn; fresh stock, lbQltio por
Fotators Weak: couunon to falr,27!4330c;
choloo to fancy, Jt'o.
k, Pokx Nomluai; now mew. llfl.2V316.5J.
Laud Vulvt; prime stoara. T7So.
lUo) Lomrs. luo;!ioru,lI VMl'.,o;clear
ritm. He, ail packod. t$3f
Wool Tub-wasliod. ohoioe, 23o: fair,
Ho; dliifry and low Sic. Unwashed Choice
Hi odium. 2J,Si,'lc; irood avpnuro mo
4ium li.ilito: 9'iucujd hirtit ftno 17ISo; (rood
averago, lrtiiiio; ht-avv 14-itlOc: oomtilnir. V
dio kI, aj(i:ilSo: coniDlnn, low irra-ics, IS ait j.
Hides t'ady and flrm; dry Hint, ltto;
damnRtd, llc; ba!U or siaifs Mint lOo,
ltod, Uo; k'uo stock, Sc. Green naltod. Kc;
diimatfod. 7c; veal calf skini, 11 io; bull or
uur o: (rroon unuured, 71470; damuifoi,
6n; euo. -io.
6HERI 1'ei.ts Dull: irrcon. B."iOi"o; dry
do, 5.V., hs to amount an 1 quality ot wooi;
(freeu shcaiilnirs, liiWJo.
Whkat Hiirlier; No. 2 fltcl, November,
Dooo.-iibtir, s7Sc; Januaix Wto; Febru
ary, HI So; May.M'40.
Cokn Lowur; November, M'-Jc; December,
60Sc; January, ASHc; My, 4si4o.
DOats Firmer; 0.;(olor, SlJio; Novombor,
Slc; December, !.'So.
Whs at Iliffhor: Gctobcr. "ir; Novem
ber, 75c; Duoombcr, 75S iiTtijio; year,
77 o: May, Mc.
Const I.owur; October, 4.V40; Novombor,
i3o; yoar,:Se; January, 37l,e; May, 11.10.
Oats Firmer; October, SiVo; Novombur,
W40; Docemlier, M'iq; year, iioSo; May,
PoriK Pteadv; October, 113.75; year,
S11.85; January. U.Ui.
Laud Firmer; Ocloher, $7.3); Novombor,
I7.U7 ,: Deoomber, 17.10; Junuary, $7.17!i;
Hhokt Uibs October, f'J.80; ; November,
$7.1 !i; January, tD.'X.
Live Etoolf M ark a i.
Hons Receipt , 13pOO; aotlvo, firm and To
hlshrr; lltrht, H.iO vi.l'i; rmurh iNioklmr, $4.W
(4 i.ir; heavy piickliiMT and bhlppinir, $j.lOJ
CattIjK Receipt B,1 .1; dull; TexportS,
WM'rttM: trood to e!ioici, $.).tK,?.n,4j; .0m
mon to fair, 4.:i -f..-i: Tcvans, (il.ftt4.(Mi,
Siikki' Iteci'ipti, 2,70 ; inforior to f.Urwe.ik
at. KM&).M in 'ilium to irood strong at fii.UO
Catti.f. ltoeelpts, 2,tKW; sti'ady; exports,
$8.tlO(i(J Itl; Kood to clioioo shipping. f,"i.dv.
6.U0; oonimon to nielhim, S.UJA.4.; oows,
$i.6iK.W.SS; fferliirs, ft.7iV'H.r; grass Texas
steers, $ l.i91,5il.
Hons Receipts, 4,100; market ononod R
hlirher, cIosIiik roiiotinn ; Ioim I7f to SvS pouuds
averiiHTfl 4.tK'i'(( 4.7u; iimlnly t.tlTit4 7u.
SllKKl' Keoi'tpts, I To; quiet and uncliaiijft'd.
Catti.k Market unsott'ed, but ironprall
lowttr; extra caitlu, ItilOtiitJi'.'i! mind lo choloo
steer. SS.tKW.U i; fHlr to medium. tii.Mbti.W,
fowl.butebers'. $4.'!fx4.70; TYxiint4Mrn,fl.,J
10; Texas onw,i m.36n13.M); Wecteru stock
era, $i:i.5OA4.0U; yeai llnir, .l.0(K(i!(.s i.
Hhkkh anii I.AMtis shocp Htoiidy; lambs
dull and lower: medium to irood Hhoep, $;t.:.'S
ft4.7f: irood to eliO in; I'anada lambs, f4.K6.iA
6.0Ti western, tl..m5.75.
Hixis Market aoMve, but w(iik and loww;
medium to lair Yorkers, $4.S04.75; good to
ohokw do., 4.80(&l.iiu; butelior irrados, $4.KU
Money and Stoolt market.
Nbw York, Ootobw 23. Money 8 por
oentj oohiiii(ro Mtendy; Governmoiito trtroiiir;
Ourioney.B x. ii bid; 4'. coupons, VO) liJ.I;
Vs. HS'i bid. Tlio nwok markot opened
steady un lur tho leadornhlp of Umild suwfc
wliloli wero uoivoly bid up and prloes nd
vanned by tlie tlrrt call to I por cent. Tlio
mark' t then bocamo dull ami so oontlnued
until nonr 11 a. in., when tho hears ma le a
suddon raid on Vaadni bilts, under whlob tho
early Improvement (was entirely lost Tito
uirkot at lb ) ttaie ot writlDir was fevarlah.
tM tottora uxures or! the dnj' boJogjcurroutfla
A Dchci lpilon of ilio Trn Kourco ol
I ho MIsHlNHlppi llivcr. " .
lu 1832 llonry Howo Sehoolcrnft led
nn flxpeiliiion through tho wildi ol
Minnosota and dlsuovurod what he bo
lieved to bo tho sourco of tho Missis
sippi river, says tho Uufl'ulo 2'i'wics. Do
inr at a loss for nn appropriato nnmo
to bostow upon tho hike which consti
tuted this supposed sourco, so tho story
poos, ho askod a companion whnt wero
tho Latin words signifying "truo head,"
nnd received In reply "vtritas caput."
This was rather a ponderous nauio to
givo a moderately small body of water,
even though tlio father of waters horo
took his lirst start in tho world. Tho
explorer thoreforo conceived tho idea of
uniting tho last two syllables of tho
lirst word with tho first syllablo of tho
second, thus by a novel modo of cty
mology forming a new nnmo which
might easily pass for ono of Indian ori
gin, Itasca. A person versed In ety
mological science would probably seo
at onco that tho nnmo did not belong
to tho same family of harsh Indian ap
pellations which have aflixed them
selves permanently to mnny rivors and
towns in Minnesota and Wisconsin, but
was more closely allied to tho softer
language of southern Indian nations.
But it has now been discovered that
Lako Itasca is not Veritas Caput, and
Lako Glazier, discovered in July, 1881,
by Captain Willard Glazier, must bo ro
gardcil by all future generations as the
truo sourco of the Mississippi.
Tho Mississippi in its lirst stages
flows in a northerly direction, tho
wholo system of multitudinous small
lakes which contributo to it being sur
rounded on tho north and west by an
amphitheatre of hills. Luke. Glazier lies
above and beyond Lako Itasca, and its
waters have an elevation of probably
Ihreo feet abovo that lake, being con
nected therewith by a swift, small
stream. Lako Itasca is composed of
three arms, extending in the form of a
trefoil having a length of five miles and
average width of a mile and a half.
Tho upper or southern end of its mid
dle arm apparently terminates In a
swamp, which might easily havo de
ceived any one not familiar with the
country. But Chcnowagesic, Captain
G.azier's Indian guide, who had for
years used the region of these lakes as
his hunting grounds, readily made bis
way through tho reeds and rushes at
the mouth of tho connecting Btream.
Lako Glazier at its outlet presents an
other barrier of reeds, through which
the party made their way in their ca
noes. Lake Glazier is about a milo and a
half in length, by a mile in breadth.
Its shores, instead of being low and
marshy, as those of many of the neigh
boring lakes, present finely wooded
slopes and surround tho lako in what
would have been a perfect oval had not
a bold, rocky promontory indented its
southern end and given it tho outlino
of a heart. On tho point of this prom
ontory is a spring that flows ice-cold
water. Tho waters of tho lako aro ex
ceedingly clear and puro, proceeding
from springs, some of them in tho bo
torn of the lako itself, and others at a
greater or less distance from its shores.
Lako Glazier has three small feeders,
ono of them, called Kik creek, entering
it near its outlet, and taking its riso a
mile or so further south, in a small
marshy lnko or pond, upon which Cap
tain Glazier bestowed tho name of Al
ice, after his daughter. Elk creek runs
nearly parallel with the western shoro
of tho lako, a little distance from it,
and the effort recently rnado to dignify
its insignilicant, swampy course some
times completely dry during tho sum
mer months as tho truo head of tho
Mississippi, must prove a futilo one,
since tho geography of tho country
reveals that other tributaries of Lake
Glazier riso further up in tho country.
Two streams two or tlireo miles in
length, flow northward into Lako Gla
zier at its southern extremity on either
side of tlio indenting promontory. Ex
celsior crock, so called because "it rep
resents tho very highest water of tho
Mississippi, is the longer and moro
western of these. Eaglo creek, to tho
eastward, and rising a little nearer t: .
lake, has been so named for tho two
fold reason that numbers of eagios
wero seen in that vicinity, and, as tho
eaglo is our national emblem, it sccm
od fitting that it should bo remembered
at tho head waters of our greatest
L;iko Glazier is thus supplied by throo
feeders, Elk, Excelsior and "Eaglo
creeks, now named iu order of their
importance; and, as uniting theso wa
ters in ono common reservoir, this lako
i3 undoubtedly eutitlcd to lo regarded
as tho Veritas caput, the truo head of
Au American Powilcrmun's Adven
ture. Mr. Dupont, who was recently re
moved from tho onjoyment of JU2,COO,
000 by an explosion, was probably tho
largest manufacturer of explosives in
tho world. Ono of tho most dariin
achievements rocordod in tho histon
of tho present coutury is ono of which
ho is tlio central liguro. During tho
Crimoan war tho ltussiau government
ran short of powder, and tho explosive
was requirod to continuo tho defense of
Subnstopol. A cargo , was purchased
of tho Duponts in America, and was
placed in a steamship lying off Balti
more. Tho British had "frigates posted
in waiting outside tho Chesapeake. Af
ter sovoral feints tho watchers wero
eluded, andachaso bogun across tho
Atlantic, through Gibraltar nnd up tho
Mediterranean Son, With remarkable
good fortuno tho vessel pnssod through
tho Bosphorus and into tho Black Soa
unchoeked; but, when near tho placo
of contention tho English war ships
hallod tho stranger. Young Dupont
was at tho holm Tiiiusolf nnd insisted
that the vessel procood, not heeding
tho signals from tho war ships. Two
broadsides woro iirod into tho vossol,
but sho was able to stonm nhond and
stoer through the rocks, and was beach
ed lnsido tho Russian linos. This dar
ing adventure saved tlio cargo, for
wnieh tho ' Kiisslnu government paid
the sum of $3,000,000. London Echo.
Yakut girls all smoke. There is but
ono plpo for a family. Tho members
tako their turn, aud tho visitor lias his
chanco along with tho vthors.
An old custom, known as tho hunting
of tho wren, is still obsorvod ou tho
Islo of Man. A logond exists to tho
effect that a fairy, who oxertod a balo
ful lnlluenco over tho island, was pur
suod by a knight, and only escapod la
a moment of extremo dangor oy as
Burning tho appoarauco of a wren. In
consequence of this, on the spocilio an
niversary, tho Islanders dovotod tholr
energies to tho extirpation of tho fairy,
and tho wrons wero pursued, poltod and
fired at without mercy. Their foathors
wero preserved with groat caro, thoro
being a superstitious belief that thoy
possessed tho peculiar charm of pre
serving against drowning or from death
by shipwreck. Any fisherman going
to sea without such a safeguard was
looked upon us exceedingly fool-hardy.
Every year, after Christmas Day, boys
go about tho Islo of Man, carrying a
wren in a cage suspended on a polo,
and thfry pluck out her feather and pre
sent or.o to any liberal-minded person
who pays them for their song.
"Deeper than e'er plummet sounded,"
some people's c .ughs seem to como from,
yet a boit0 of Dr. Bulls Couh Syrup will
cure them. It goes away down to the bot
tom of matters and works wonders. Pleas
ant to take and gof d for coughs, colds,
croup, bronchitis, etc.
mr ivicrcnam lauoring tA
'j and Clothing House AtQJ
It 1 . M. ..
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A full line of card samples of 'JlII
j, the jreat piece goods s'ock
- will be found will 7
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MhiIo to Order.
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The Regular Cairo & I'aducah Daily
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UEOUUE JOlSEs, Clerk.
leaves Pducah forCitro dully (Mnudsyi except
ed) at S a. m., and Mound Citv at 1 p. m. Kuturn
ne, leaves Cairo at 4 p.m.: Mound CltvatSD.m
Whniw debility, exhausted
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siiy una ssa fur. blM.al(a.ulrhi; anil paliilml. fur taallnto.
al.laaml fNilriinani''tH tr.'tu .nilnanl mllrat inaltn.wi'Mrasi
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GUlH II l lv,n MainiiU curs for I'llrs.
LJaU r aIri08 ! ttt druRRlats, or
9 B II H venlnri'psldhyiiinll. Msinple
. J-?V trfMakers, lloiHilSM sw iurlc
riUE CITY NATIOiN AL BANK.
Of l alro, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVKE.
A Geueral Banking: Business
jNTEKPRISE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RAMI,
TIIOS. W. II AL.L1 D A. Y,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
OA I HO. ILLS.
K. BVOSS. Prvsidi nt.
T. J. Kurth. Ass't cash
U. WEI.LS, Caehiur.
. Hto ..
. Xa'ro I William K!iis,e. .Pr.lro
" William Wolf.... "
" ICO. I'atler "
.. ' I II. W'ull
Pot it Noir
(', M Dsti-rloh.
it . 4. ittiuur....
A OEISRHAL HANKINM HL'SISUSS DONE.
KtL'haiiL'n sn!d snrl hnitirhr. Intoroat hhIiI it
the Savings Dcpartinunt. Collectlotts inadu and
all luminous promptly ftttended to.
J)H. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cair, ill.
VAl'Ott, KLKCTUO-VAPOR asm MEDICATKU
A iudy In atteuduuee.
Y M. DARUELL, M. D.
OFFICE-East Side Commercial, below Sth St.
j JU. K. W. WUlTLOClv,
ij Duntal Sui'gtjon
urrit'i-No, 1S8 Comtaarclal Atocos, bitwreu
and NlMh Htroou
G. PARSONS, II. D.,
OCULIST AND AURIST.
OFFICE-Clty Drti Storo, Carbondale, 111.
617 St. Charles St... ST. LOUIS, M0,
A rasulnp OrnflmttA oi two mullral
collciti's, hiii bwn lonitm eiixsKcd in the IresK
niPiitnfC'hrniilo, Nsrfoua, HUin nml
Jllon.l Dlaeaacs tlinn any other physlolan III
St. I.iitils, aselty pnpi rs show nnd ull ild rpsl
di'tiu know, t'oimiltiitlon At oil'.co or by it. all,
free and Invited, A friendly tulkorlils opinion
ciislsnothliiR. When ltls I'leoiiVenlenttOTlsK
the city lor trentiiiunt. medleluos ran lie sent
byitmll or express evervwlieie. Cnrablo eases
Kuiininteedi where doubt exlstull Is frankly
stilted. Call or Write.
. Kertous Prostration. Debility, Mental nd
Physleal Weakness, HereniUl and Othej
trtectlonsof Throat, Skin and Bonei, Klood
Impurltlss and lllood Polsonlnf, Skin Af?ee
tlons, Old Sores and Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriage. Itheumstlum, riles. Special U
tentlon t cases from orer-worked Drain.
KlIRfllCAli CASKS recelT special attention.
Disease arising from Imprudence!, Kiressei,
Indulgences or Expoiurci,
It Is self-evldunt that a phrilclati Tnylns;
particular attention to a elans of oa" attains
Krent skill, and physU'laiis In regular pcavtlca
all over tlio country knowing this, freii ently
recommend csiies to the oldest oilier li A merl
ca, wheru every known iipllaiien Is leoorteC
to, and the prnvedgnou reiiindle-- cf alt
ages and countries am used, A whole lionsn I
used for eillco purposes, and nil are treated with
skill In a reic drill manner) and, know.ng
what tn do. no lUMierltiieiit are made, till wo
count of the great nunilwr applylnri the
fitsrges aro kept low, often lower tlinu II de
Dianoed by ot'iers. If you secure the ski I ( tut
gel aspeeily and perieel life eure, that .he
rintiiirtaiit matter. PaiunhiuU lid Dsaus. Bint
Elegant cloth and gilt binding. Healed for M
rents lu potiigeor eurrency. Over llfty w.m
rierl'ul pen pictures, true to life, articles on tlie
following stiltjeetsi Who may marry If whott jti
wlivV rronerairetoniiiprv. W'ltnniser rtr..
.,... A- .7.. i. i rti ., r
l liymciii iiei-ny, nun
should marry. How lite and huptdnuss may
Increased. Those married or coiuemplaiitw
niurrylitg shnulil read It. It ought to be real
bv allsilult nerions. then karnt iimler liwk
CR ao l
key, Popular edition, same as almve, but papsr
cover sun sw pagsa, cems uy mail, w uouey
LLfNOIS CENTRAL K. R
Shortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis aud Chicago.
Tlio Only Lino ltunnins
O , irr
Making Dikkot Connection
1'BitNS LiTi Caiho:
Arriving in St. Louis 00 a.m.; Chicago, 8::)p.B..j
Connecting at Odin anu iviiingn for Cincin
nati, Louisville, Indianapolis aud poU'ti East.
LQ:5 . m. Faat St. I.ouis anil
Arriving In St. I.oals 6:45 p. in., and conocctlni
for ail pultun Wuat,
3:45 p. in. Past Kxprcii
For Rt. Lonls and Chicago, arriving at St. Louis
10-13 p. in., and Chicago T:.'U a. in.
3:43 p. m Cincinnati Kxpress.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a. m.; LotilsvllH ItfiS
a. m. ( Indianapolis 4;i'J a. m. fasfoLgeri. by
this train reach the above points iy to 3u
IIOL'IO In advance of any other route.
tTTha 3M5 a. in. express has PULLMAN
80bl'lN(s CAK from Cairo to Cincinnati, with
out changes, aud throuuU sleepers to St. Louie
Fast Time iast.
SIT1 (TPl'u I tuiB 1,ne through to East.
cloUlijCl S ern point withont any delay
caused by HuDday Intervening. The Saturday after
mon train flora Cairo arrives tn new York Monday
norniiig at 10::i5. Tlilrty-m hours in advanceol
bt other routo,
tS'"li'" through tickets and further Information
ipply at Illinois Central Itailroad Depot, Cairo.
J. U. JONES, Ticket Agent.
A.U. U AN SON. Gen. Pass. Agent. Chicago
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R.H.
Trains deuatt. Trains arrive.
t Mail 2 : 2 1 a . m . j-1 M nil ... . iV, . . . . 4 :i 5 a. m .
Espress 1:4r) p. m. thvurtss ll:4Sa. m.
St Louis tx ll;:'.j. m. tSt Louis Ex 2:15 p. m.
I. C. It. it (soul hern Division)
tMail 4:4Sa.m I tN. o. Ex il:10 a.ni.
tKXirens 10:Wla m. tN. O. Kx... 11:10a.m.
r.ucom :i 4.) p.m. tN. O. kx 4:80 p.m.
ST. h. tl I. M. K. It.
tKxpress 10::wp.ni, Exprefs 2:30p. to.
tst L. Mall... 7:4' p. ui. tst. L. Mull... 8:30 a.m.
tSt. L. kx U::iOa. m ft. L. Ex....b:00p. m.
W., ST. L. A r. R. n.
Mall A Ex 4:(0a.m. 'Mall & Ex...9.S0p.m.
'Accom 4:00 p.m. I 'Accum 10::K)a.m.
Freight 7:45 a.m. Freight 0:45 p.m.
MOBILE ft Oil IO R. R.
Mall 5:55 a.m. Mall 9:10 p. ra
Dally except Sunday, t Dullv.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
Arr at I Dep're
P. O. I'm PC
I. C. K. R. (through lock mail).. 6 a. m. j
" " " ..il.'iioa.m 8d. ro.
" (way mall) :i(tp.m. 9 p.m.
" (Southern Dlv 4::Wp.m. 9p.m.
fron Mountain It. it 3:0op.m, 9p. m
Wabush R. 11 k 6 a. m. 9 p, m.
Texas & 8t. Louis R. R u noon 7 a. ni.
St. Louis A Cjilro R. R 4 p. m. II a.m.
Ohio River. 3 p. m. 8 p.m.
Mies hiver arrives Wed., Sat. A Mon.
" departs Wed , Fri. fc Hun.
PO. gop doi.op nfrom 7:30am to7:30 pm
P.O. box do!, uivn from 8 a.m. to 9 p. m.
Snndaya gee. dol. open lrom.,,.8a. m. to 10 a.m.
SundHvs box del. open from. ...8a. m. to 10:30am
tjr-NOTE.-Changh will ft published from
lime to tlnin in cltv nutters. (Ikiiniro votir cards an
cordlugly, WS1, 31. MlRPUY. P. M
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, Under tlie
Law of 1883.
Successor to Widows and Orphans Mtttnal Aid S3
clety, o Ktiulzuc: July 4th, 1H77, under
ihe laws of 1872.
JOHN H. HOI1INSON" , Prosldunt
WM. 8' RATr N Vlcu-Prtsldent
J. A. OlOLwSTINE Treasurer
C. W. llUvNIMI.,., Medical Adviser
THOMAS LEWIS Sucrotar)
BOARD OF DIRECTORS for 1st YEAR.
Wm. Stnitton.Stnitton lllrd. rrorers, Cairo, III,
J. A. (toldstlue, ofiitildstlne ,t Rosonwater, wholo
sale and retail ury KoodjC, V. Dunning, M. I).;
Pres. lid. Med Ex., Inr reitstons; Albert Lewis,
comuilsslon merchant; J. II Kohinsou, county
Jiiilge an notary public; Wm. K. Pitcher, com,
broker and limiranco ajent; K. 11. Bal'd, city
street supervisor; M. I'll IH s, carpenter and bulla
er; Thomas Lewi?-, attorney and secretarv; E.V.
P:erce,iittoriiu.vnt-law, lu(uoiu 111.; E.G. Paca
cashlitr of centennial Hun , Ashlev. III.; Albert
llaydon, cashier ol'Ueorge Con ne ly ,t Co., Spring
lleld, II ; H. M tltiiin, attortiey-at-law, lttu Ran
dolph atruet, Chicago; Hon, Robt, A. Hatcher, at-,
tornoy-atlaw, Charleston, Mo.; H. l.elghton
cashier First National bank. Stnnrt. Iowa.
BEFORFV- AMD -AFTER
t.ni as 30 Davi' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YCUN3 08 OLD,
WHO are sutrertnir ff"" Nsavoiia Paaiurr,
Loir V irAi.iTT. Lira or Nsnvs rosea s
Vli W sTiBWsKsu.smUII Uo(lnssai
of a raasoHst fsrua resultiiur rrom Aseass snd
OrlllH l al'ass. aiweily relief sml oiiMpkl" rmto
rsUuiior HSAi.m.viooasnil Masiiooo oiMsusrssn,
l i e irrni't illseovery f Mis Ninrtewith Onlury.
Sana i ano ftir Illustrated Vsitipa'sl lim, Adilrsat
V0LTAI0 IUT CO., WAUHAU, MICH.
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