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THE OAILV OAIilO BULLETIN: BATURDAV MOKNlfcfG OCTOBER 25, 1884.
Frenoh Barbarity In Tamatave Pro
vokea the Intervention of
A Proposition Before the Budget Commit
tee Which Will Eaise the Thunders of
the Vatioan Uihiliatio Bobbers.
Cold For America The Rambler'B Rambli
In China Forwarding Stores
The Belgian Ministry.
FRENCH BARBARITY IN TAMATAVE.
Paris, October 21. Advices Iron
Tamatave state that sickness prevails t
a considerable extent among the Frenct
troops In Madagascar. Admiral Mlut re
mains inactive, pending Instructions
from his Government. An advance on
the capital with his present force and
rceans of transportation Is deemed ira
posslbe. A number of Uovas who recently de
serd Ironi the command were caught
and sentenced to be burned at the stake,
but the Missionaries protested against
giving them such a horrible death. Tbej
were thereupon shot.
WILL raihk tucnpkh.
1'aris, October 21. M. Jules Kocher,
has laid a proposition btf ire the Budget
Committee to tax religious association!
three per cent on their Income, and to
tuk rambler ordered to china.
London, October 21. The British gun
boat Rambler has bee i ordered to China
to protect British Interests.
GOLD FOR AMERICA.
Shipments of gold to America to-daj
amonuted to 91,000 000.
Liverpool, October 24. Ouda,' the
Hungarian arrested ou the arrival ot the
steamship Lord ( live from Philadelphia
on the 16ih tost., for having tairty pack
ages of dynamite concealed In his lug
gage, was, alter a bearing before a
magistral" to-day, discharged.
Brcbsela, October 21. The Klug bat
ttuthorlzed M. Burnaert, Minister oi
"grlcu ture, to organize a new Ministry.
Ministers vision, Jacobs and VYoeste will
probably be succeed d by Dc.eour and
Tborljsoo, Clericals and l'ermese, Lib
BANNERMAN ON DECK.
DcBLUf, October 21 Henry C. Ban
nerman, the new Chief Secretary for Ire
land, has arrived In this city and entered
on the duties ot his ollke.
St. Petersburg, October 21. A des
perate attack was made by a body of Nl
hilbU on a train carrying the mall, con
talolng 950,000, as It was nearlng Khar
koff. They attempted to wreck It for
the pnrpose of rouDlag the mall pouches.
The guards on the train Are J
on the wreckers, and the engineer
putting on an extra amount
of steam, during the coottHlon, flew past
the robbers amid a shower of bulleti and
brought the train safely In to RarkoS. A
body of troops were sent out to the
scene, but the Nihilists had made their
Wady Halfa, October 21. Seveuty
tons of stores are forwarded dally by the
Tarrass Railroad and by camels The
weather Is cooler. A large force of men
is massed at Ass nan, including a ma
jority ot the camel corps.
CHANGE OF MINISTER.
Rom n, October 24. General Ferrcro,
Italian Minister ot war his rcMgned and
has been succeeded by Slgnor Rlcottl.
FiTTflDi'Hon, Pa., October 24. The
four-mile boat race for 9500 a sldo be
tween John Teemcr, ot this city, and P.
II. Conley, ot Boston, which was to have
taken place at McKeesport to-morrow,
baa been postponed until Saturday, No
vember 8th. Teemcr wM allow Conley
ten seconds' start.
Strare Bate-a Raised.
New York, October 24. The cutting
of steerage rates by the ocean steamship
lines has ceased. The National has raised
the price from $13 to 915. ' A majority
ot the other lines also charge $14, but It
is said they will soon demand a higher
figure. The State and Anchor peop e
bare both put up rates to Hamburg and
Bremen 91, and to Scandinavian ports,
Fir la Allerhsny.
i FrTTsnuROn, Pa., October 21. At five
o'clock tire was discovered la the War
den's residence outside the walls ot the
new Penitentiary In Allegheny. The flro
originated in a defective flue, and caused
a damage of 90,000. The loss fulls upon
the contractor, as the building was not
entirely completed. The prisoner' in the
mala building wore very much excited
until the flames were subdued.
Clscinkati, O., October 24. The Dis
trict Court has overruled the exceptions
taken In the Oliver murder case and coo
, firmed the verdict of the lower oourt.
Major HUcibom, attorney tor the pris
oner, took exoep lons to tho decisions
acd gave notice ot appeal to the Supreme
Court. A motion for suspt tutn sentence
is bow being argued.
Ta IJ e meat Bolt Aarmiast Maria Bal
Ktw Yoir, October 84 Ths case ol
Miss Croft afalnit Maria Hatpin, at 1ft
Vernon was dismissed yesterday by tie
court It was sou tr the cJocruVa ol
Mrs. HaLHn and her fwlartve Seoord.
(rota a boost which MltOroft claimed
as hers, broofbt oi aecoost of a quarrel
between tin won, -
Columbus Grove, O., October 24.
The hotel owned by J. Carlelgbt wai
burned this morning. Loss, 95,000.
Blew Hie Brains Out.
Bloomington, III., October 24.
Franklin B. Tboma9, a prominent young
man ot Bloomlngton, this morning blew
his brains out. Came, 111 health and
general despondency over money matters.
Buleldt From Grief.
Loomis, III., October 24. Carrie
French, the mistress of a real estate agent
here, committed suicide lust night by
taking morphine Tor suicide was caused
by the death of her mother a few days
ago In St. Louis.
Drugged to Death,
Morris, III., October 21. Burglars
entered the bouse of Mm. Kate Morton
la-t night, chloroformed her and robbed
the house of 9300. Mrs. Morton was
found dead lu her oed this morning, hav
ing died from tho effects of the drug.
Will Probib y Re:g-n.
New York, October 24. L. J. Phillips,
Republican nominee tor Mayor, says he
will probably decline the nomination.
There Is some feeling In the party against
Pblllli s on account of his nomination
being made, as alleged, by the machine
A Statciaent Refuted.
New York, October 24. The agents
of the Monarch Line In this city say the
report In the London Standard that that
line Is on the verge of bankruptcy Is en
tlrely unlounded, and thai It Is as solv
ent and in as good condition as any line
running luto this port.
Chills and Fever at Washington.
New York, October 24. The Sun's
Washington special says: Chills andfever
are almost epidemic In parts of that city,
owing to the dredging of the Potomac.
Two-thirds of ihe employes In the State,
War and Navy buildings are on the sick
list with malaria.
Walking for a Wager.
New York, October 24. Adrian Hill,
who started from Eist River Bridge June
19ih, to walk to California on a wager of
two thousand dollars that he could
make thirty miles a days on the trip, won
the bet, and Is now on his way wa king
back on a wager of four thousand dollars,
to reach New York In ninety days. He has
gained twelve pounds since he has been
on the tramp.
Grain end Provisions.
FRIDAY, OCTOBEIl 24, 1S4.
roTTOS "toady; nrddunir, 0!t ti0'Q-
Flouk taly; XXX to cnoioe, SJ.W frl.M.
vs hkat Ixiwer: No. Z Hod, 76?.i'.6ko;
No. 3 Red. tW'AtHJTo.
Cowi-Lower; No. mixed, 41VS41'ios
No. I white mixed. 47&jK.
Oats-H littler: No. j. 2a2Ha
Ktb lJu.l: No. 2. ra ia
ToBAOO-lfirtn; iuim; common to choice
Sfl.uo410.uu; loaf: common rod leaf, t'.bJj
AU.OVi: inodiutn to good S4.0idn.iM.
lUr Prain i.ul0.0J lor prime tocholoe
new: clover inirwl. 7.0u tl0.i)j torcomtnon to
prime: prime now timothy, f lu.00tfll.OU: fau
cv. U.UOtfl.L o.
HUTTKk Steadyi cholceto tanov rreamerr
Scut-ixs: dairy, ciioice to tuner, &&!'o: lovr
JJuos HlKbt-r; fresh stock, lTKSfclito per
Pot atom Firm : common to fair, M 43Go;
cboico to fancy, i2tio.
Pork Nominal: neirmest. flfl.25.
Lard yulot; prima attain. ?(fi"Se.
riba. Hutu So, all packed. -
Wool Tub-waiiiied. choice, 29o: fa'r,
To: dingy an l low !o. Unwanhnd Choice
medium. SUil-'lc; good avaraire mo
dlum Irt.ilOc: hIocu'1 light finel7la; gooi
average, 14iSi;o; heavy libido: coinblnii. t
mo t -Oifcil'io: comDlPi, low grain. It) ai?j.
HiDKS-.xtcaJy nnd Hrm; dry lilnt. 16'io;
damaged, l.i,c; bulU or stas Hint loo.
salted, ita; giuo stock, he. Oreen inlto I, Mo;
damar 1, "o; veal calf skint, 11 $c; buiu or
stag. Bo: groon unuurod, liva; da nngo 1,
bc; gluo. :to.
Siir.sp Pki.tr Dull; gren. SOjU.tcj dry
do, 45c; gTeen shearling. Ib&Vo.
Whkat Weaker; No. S Red. November,
84c; Ducembor, S'lc; J.inuary. 87o; Febru
ary, 89V:: May, 04 ,c: May, Wo.
COKM Lower: November, Mo; Dccembor,
60c;Junu try, i"c; May, 4'4o.
Oats Firmer; Uutouer, 81 c; Novembor,
32ei December, 3Sc
WnAT Iiwcr; October. 73ioj Novem
ber, 74Wo; December, 75'J75'io; January,
76'ic; Mav, M'c.
Couii Higher; Octobor, 434o; Novomher,
43o; yi'ar, VJe; January, 37?ic; May,
Oats Stealy; October. KS'o; November,
yc; Decernner, 'Mo; year, 26So; May, SS'g
PortK Sternly; Octobor, 115.50; year,
Lahi Huher; October, 17.15; Novembor,
IT.iw: Doccml'or, VM; January, $7.07
isnoKT Uibs Oerobor, ID.90; November,
f7.U5; January, IU.U6.
Iivm Stock Markstt.
Hons RecelnK 21..VX); tnnrkot onene.l
rte.idy, tint to n weakened, aud declined . o;
light, ft.4OiiA.0i; rough packing, H.i'vi
to W; heavy pocking aud hl)plng, f 4
CAm,-Kecelpt4, fl.O 1; slow and Mculy;
oxNirw, Jil.Uii7.tt: good to choice, W.iKi'i
fl.'m; ( jiiiiiion to fair, t4..Mj.8U;Texunfl, 11.00
Hiifkp Ttooelpw, 2,000; common to good,
Cattle t'nehmgod: extra cattle, WWifiW,
l ll.ilviT ni.-rin, v.(..n-u.-.,v,, tuil I -.-
,11111, I'i.IiM.V.'jO; good blllrhers', 4.iVl.7ll;
Ti'xa stenrs, :i.HiiiQ.4.1u: Trxus cows, t'Xii
(fc.ViO; Wi'htern stookers, f 1.501.00; yearlings,
Hhrkp Attn I.ambs Shoep stondy; lambs
dull and lower; medium to good Bhm'p. SUM
Cil.ifi: good to ohoicn Canada lambs, 14.84 &
6.0'i went, Sl.itintS.7ri.
HoiiH I'm li.njol: medium to fair York
ers, Sl.W2l.7ft; good to choice do., 4.hj
4.W; butelier grad(s, ti.VOii.lf),
('ATTI.S IlOPnlpfS, 4,400;
weaker; imtlvis higher; ntpoi'ts, tn.lO'iHAi;
goo J to ohoioe shipping, ar,,viV((d.uS; oommon
to mo Minn, ,ioii,ii; ineilers, ,). i i"04 ;
oows, ;.0.'J.'t.:i0 ; groin Texas Ntoers, Sl.lWij
8.fi5; Oolor ulo half-breod HtooM, W.yiifret.
llixis-H (elpts, 6,nOii; steady! lots of 2 3 to
t7 pounds avurngo at ll.W'f.ioo; iniiluly,
BHKBP Kenelpls, 243 po xl, stonily : fair to
good, S'i.7lKuii).Xii; common to medium, f'iiA
Lloney Hni Utook Mtikit.
Nsw Yoiik, Ootobsr 84. Moniy 3 pnr
ootit. i exohniigo dull: Governments strong:
curie lev, O's. 11 bid: 4'. coupons, IM-i bill
4-t's, HIS hid. Tee stock market opennil
nrm, ana pnees wero nid up vt'io pi'r oont.
Tuo hull iilliiniK then ru mor e l I'm mni ket
smitdlly snd snoesriilly opoiS ml MvritliiHt all
cffirts to foree proes down, exoept In tho
Ottiioof New Jemey Cenlrii, which wan pre"i'il
for salo on rrnorti ul' to ling nut bv I'hllo-
ilnlph a parties nnd Inema lng luiuuilal
tiouliliis in the Heudnr ( oiiid.iiiv. At tho
Sinie of wr I ig tho s ock naiiiud was down
two per ecu, but the rest ot the list was tuna
at me raprwvowens.
THE U. S. PHINTING OFFICII
Tl) LnrgCHt KNtablishmont ot tho
Kind In the World Precautions
In so extensive a building as tho gov
ernment printing ofllce tho largest es
tablishment of tho kind in tho world
filled with valuable material, nnd con
taining within its walls every day ovor
two thousand operatives, the necessity
of extraordinary precautions for tho
gufoty of lifo and property from de
struction by Oro is apparent, particu
larly as tho building is not a fire-proof
structure. Tho present head of the of
lice, Mr. Sterling P. Rounds, who is a
practical busiuess man with great oxo
cutivo ability, and who has had expor
lonco in tho west as a fireman, when he
took chargo of tho government print
ing a few years ago recognized this
fact, and at tho present time thero is
probably no better equipped building
in tho country for proventinsr loss of
lifo or property by a conflagration.
Before Mr. 'Rounds took charge tho
principal meuns of cscapo provided for
the inmates of the immense building
were iron stairways in a couple of tow
ers in addition to tho ordinary stair
ways. low & plentiful supply of water can
be turned on each floor at a moment's
notice from the six stand pipes, which
run up near tho ladders, and sections
of hoso are kept at hand, fitted with
discharge pipes, and to take chargo of
each outlet or section of hoso in an
emergency there is an organized forco
consisting of a captain ana lieutenants,
with a suitable number of men, all se
lected from the employes. There is
also on each floor a fire extinguisher,
in chargo of a captain and lieutenant,
and on tho occasion of tho burning of
the stablo on the premises, some
months ago, these were found to work
Thero Is an iron tramway running
entirely around the building, with iron
cages, secured with wire ropes, to aid
in conveying from tho upper windows
any person who might, in case of a lire
below, have their means of escape cut
ofE. This tramway was designed by
Gen. Meigs, and the experiments made
with It have been entirely satisfactory.
In addition to tho ordinary lire-escapes
there aro two canvas escapes, reaching
from the upper floor to the ground,
and, as is well known, these have been
satisfactorily tested several times.
In his last report Mr. Rounds says:
"Bows and arrows are also provided,
which would enable life lines to be shot
or thrown through the upper windows.
Up to tho time theso changes were
made the entire office was supplied
with only a tbree-inch connection with
the water mains, which barely gave
sufficient water for daily office use, and
was wholly inadequate for fire pur
poses. But by the kindly co-operation
of Mr. Edward Clark, architect of the
capitol the office has now moro than
double the former supply, and quite
ample to render tho new tire apparatus
in every way efficient. All tho outside
doors were originally hung so as to
open toward tho insido of tuo buildm?;,
and in case of a panic, with tho pres
sure against them, it would hare been
Imuossiblo to have opened them. Tho
hinses have been changed sons to open
either way, and egress can not thereby
Besides all these amplo facilities for
the safe egress of emp.oyes in case of
sudden alarm of fire, the entire force
of females has been divided up into
companies of forty each, and each
company placed in charge of acap'.ain,
with several aids, and in case of alarm
these companies aro taken out by des
ignated tire-escapes, under the chargo
and aid of the men appointed for the
purpose. The first trial of the system
demonstrated the fact that the bindery
containing about five hundred women
and nearly one hundred men, was
emptied iu less than ono minute; and
it is believed that nf.er moro trials tho
9iitiro office can bo cleared in less than
two minutes. It, therefore, may bo
fairly stated that for the first time in
the history of tho office it is reason
ably s:if j from tire, nnd its employes
from danger of loss of lifo or limb
caused by a stampedo of want of suffi
Thore have been test alarms rung
sinco tho present system was adopted,
and it was found that every man or wo
man knew his or her place. By a test
ouco made in tho bindery it wns found
that the folding-room, containing over
fivo hundred operatives, was cleared
insido of one miuuto. The female em
ployes, howover, found tjiat in goiug
down the liro-cscapes there wero some
Tooping Toms" on tho ground, Mid in
subsequent tests asked that c:iuv:is bo
placed on tho ladder buioro they wouiu
make tho descent.
In, each room there is a captain with
three lieutenants, mid theso direct tho
others in c.iso of an alarm, tut tho
working forco consists ( f about forty
men to a section. Probably no better
trial of tho system was ever given than
that of last month, when a partition on
which oil from the binder had dropped
took fire. The flames wero extin
guished when Chief Engineer Cronin
was within a few yards of tlio scene,
and neither ho nor Mr. Rounds knew
of it until it was nil over, no general
alarm having boon given.
For BOmo years it lias been thought
that tho old portion of the building
was unsnfo In consequence of tho grout
weight ou It, but by exercising duo
euro nnd ronioving tho surplus material
to tho Coiigrcss onnl llooc building,
there has not been for soma lime past
any danger, tho officers keeping in
this portion of the structure ut any ono
timo the smallest possible amount of
material necessary for tlio work in
Sunt. Hounds' office is connected by
tolepliono with every pnrt of tlio build
ing, nnd In case of lire ho would bo in
formed nt once. Waihinytoii Mar.
-a recently ns ISM tho sito of tho
oily of Si-ratiton, Ph., was a wlidernoss
Tinvo houses nnd ti stone mid, known
us Sioeum's Hollow wero the only ovl
deuces of civillzu'.iuu that then existed
There wore deposits of Iron In tlio Hol
low. Tlio Slooums had smolt'.'d Iron In
n primitive fmiiaco yours before. Tills
ftirtmce was abandoned in 1WG. In
lbV.G J. J. Albright was offered tho land
Dow occupied by Sorauton, Including
Sloeum Hollow aud tho Iron mills for
f 10 an aero.
For a Good Meal
or a good room, go to Deliiun's, 50 Ohio
On account of the low prico of flour, I
have increased the size and weight ot my
lonvts n I now offer to tho publics larger
lost of better quality than any linker in the
city. Fhakk Kbatkv.
For tho Best Oysters,
go to Dellaun's, 50 Ohio levee. tf
Special Term ot the Circuit Court.
A mii'I'Im! t,rrn nl i.im forrnit rniirt (it
Alexander nountv. in the stutu of Illinois.
, - ,
lor (ho transaciion of common law, chan
cery and criminal business has been this
d iy called to convene at the court house in
Hie city of Cairo on Monday, .November
ioiii, toot, at 4 ociock r. ai.
Alex II. Iuvi.v, Clerk.
Cairo, 111., Sept. SOih, 1884.
Open Day and Might.
DeBaun's restaurant, 50 Ohio levee, tf
These are Solid Facts.
Tim bent liliinH nniihVr nnd vntem reL'U
lator ever placed within the -reach ot suf
fering humanity, truly is Llec'ric Bitters.
Inuctivitv nt' tin' Liver Tti I loiiMnr-na. .Tunn-
(lire. Ciinfltinalinn HVuk Klilni-vs. or anv
disease of the urinary organs, or whoever
requires an appetizer, tonic or mild etimu
lint, will always find Electric Bitters th"
best and oulv certain cure known. Tliev
net trurely and quickly, every bottlo guar
mited to give entire sntistuciion or money
refunded. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by
Uartlay UroH. 1,4;
Only theBe.it Brand of Oyisters,
t DeBauuV, 50 Ohio levee, r
rJucKien's Arnica salve
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts.
Cruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fevei
tores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
urts Piles. It is fuarauteed to rive Per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
i) cents per box, ror Bvle by Manila)
Look for the Red Light,
ht DeB.iUu's 50 Ohio levee.
A Remarkable Escape.
Mrs. Mary" A. Daiiey, of Tunkhannock,
Pa., wis Ktll.ctc'l for six years with Asthma
nnd Bronchitis, diiriiiij winch time the
ln Ht physicians ri uld cive no relief. Her
lile ws despaired nt, until in lust Uct.
her the procured a bottle of Dr. King'n
New Discovery, when immediitte relief wai.
lelt, and by continuing its use tor a short
time the was completely cured, gaining in
flesh 50 lbs. in a few months.
Free Trial Bottles of this certain cure of
till Throat and Liini; Diseases at Barclay
Bros' Drug Store. Lnrge Bottles f 1. 00.
From Death's Door.
M. M. Devereaux, of Ionia, Mich., wns a
siijlit to behold. lie says: "I had no sc
tion l Kidneys ami s u If red terribly. My
leu's were as big as my. body and my body
ns biif as a barrel. The best doctors gave
mi. up. Finally I tried Kidney-Wort. In
lour or five das a change came, in eight or
ten days I was on feet, and now I am com
pletely cured. It wa certainly a miracle."
All druggists keep Kidney-Wort which is
put up both in liquid and dry form.
In the Hop Porous Plaster the virtues of
Fresh II ps are combined with strengthen
ing nnd simulating ba!sams, and its cures
of Weak Bick, Pain in the Side, Rheuma
tism, and Neuralgia or Pain in the Chest
are simply marvelous, it being more effica
cious and thorough than any liniment or
liquid remedies. You'll say so after using.
A Fair Offer.
The Voltaic Belt Co., of Marshall. Mich ,
offer to send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Voltaic
Belt and Electric Appliances on trial, for
thirty days, to men, old and young, afflict
ed with nervous debility, lost vitality, and
many other diseases.
See advertisement in this paper. 1
5f"Tho simple and Perfect Dyes.
Nothing so simplo and perfect for coloring
as Diamond Dyes. Far bitter and cheaper
th iii any other dye. 10c. Druggists sell
them. Sample car l for 2c. stsmo. Wells,
Richardson & Co.. Burlington, Vt.
Advice to Slotliers.
Are you disturbed at night aud 1-' :ken
ot your rect by a sick child stitlering Hint
crying with pnin of tuttiug teeth? If so,
send at once and get a buttle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
licvo the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there ii
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhira, regulates tlio Btomm li and Imw
oN, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and give tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wius
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, nnd is the prescrip
tion of onu of the oldest and best iVinnlt1
nurses und physicians in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
tho world. Price 2ft cents a bcttlo.
For the Cure of Coughs, Cold,i
Hoarseness, Ilronchitis.Croup, Influ
enza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In
cipient Consumption and for the re
lief of consumptive persons i" advan
ced stares of the Disease. For Sale
by all Druggists Price, 9$ Cents.
rpUE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, llllnol.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A Geueral Banking Business
JjNTEKPHISE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BAK.
TUOS. W. IIAI-Ll UAY,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
K. BUOSS, President. I V. NiFf, Vice Ire'Di
(I. WEI.lH, Cathlur. I T. J. Kurtli, Am-'t cudi.
. Brnnii... Cairo I William KtiiLa. .Cr.lrc
Peter Neff " William Wolf....
V, M . Osa-rloh " I C. O. Patter. ....... "
K A. Under " H. WallH
J. i. G'lem'on, Caledonia.'
A iEEtAL BANKING bUSINKnS OONB.
Kxchaiino (old and bought. Ioturutt Uiid ti
Pie Saving Department. Cuiluciluns made nn'
all hulDxl promptly attended ic.
J)U. J. E. STUONO,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairu, ill.
VAPOn. ELECTRO-VAPOR taa MEDICATE!
A lailf In attendance.
p M. UAliKELL, M. D.
OFFICE Eaet Side Commercial, bolow 3th St.
Cairo. Ill riois.
)H. E W. WHITLOCK,
r'ui-No. 1M Coiuroircil ivenne, Niiwhui
pr'i hi ii Ninth Htroou
jyj G. PARSONS, M. n.,
OCULIST AND AURIST.
OFFICE-Clty Dru 8toro. Carbondale, 111,
617 St. Charles Su til'. LOUIS, 110.
A rKulni OrmluntA oi two mrillral
colljff, lint ln'cn Iuiikci ei'inxed in the Ireat
nii'iitort'liroiiii', Nvrvoua, Hkln ami
l)loi.l llliiean't tliitn any other physician la
ht. I.iiiiIi, cliy "imt uliow i'ii. I all ild rfl
denu know. Consultation aloir.re or by n.all,
free ami Inviti'il, A rrlendl;' tulkor liinopliitnii
coati nntli Iiik, When It la l-i(-ii.rmiinl tovltlt
tliacltr for fi'pntiuonU nuilliincs cnu bf lent
byniallorfxprfxt evnrvwheio. t;urabl oact
Riinriiutci'ili wberr doubt axUUlt 'i fraukljr
tattd. Call or Write.
Nmoan PrnatrtUow, Pflilt Itr, rtfnUI and
phyalfal WfaknM, MurcmUl and Othef
ifTfttlonnof Throat, hklnand noni-ij Kjood
Impurltlaa and Blond Pulinnltn;, kld Afletw
tlun, Old Surf i and t)lcr, Impadlmetita to
Mrrla. llhfumalUm, Pllfi. Npeflal
tontlon t twt from owr-worad .In
BtJBOirALCAsr.H rcltf ipflal attntlnn.
Dlnfaoaarlnlnir trnm ImnrudanrM , Kirmctj
IndulgeneH or EipoinrM,
MamnaawiBM artavBMiiiaBWBMiaaM Mh 4ow m
It U irlf-evlilviit that a vliyilclun Tnylnir
pnrtk'iilar attention to a claor canoii attain
((rent k III, mmI iilirsU'lani In ri'itnlar v'vtli'
all out I hue itry knowln this free -fully
racnniiiiftnl ( to thu ohlnot ullli-e lr A iIIitI
ra wlifrot'fiirjf kuowii aiiillnnce U e.orU'C
t, anil the provxilunoil rmH - if alt
( and I'oiintrlra f re iihimI, A whulf linn.f la
uii'd furonVe purtinaf,andall are truato l arlttt
kill Iii a ri'M'cctfiil timiineri and, knnw.nii
what to do, iioexpfrlnifiinareniade. I n ..c-
rharitft ar kept low, ortfit lowrr than Ii c'o
niaiiui'il by ot'ifn. If von if cure the akt I ml
ri'l a iipi'fMj una perii-rv me (.'urn, inai .u
n.iMirunt niHtlor. Paiiiuulat. (a Daaea. U:ut
lo any auur irue.
PLtui. IMARRIUGE GUIDE I rM
Elf ant rlntli and Kilt blndlnK, Sealed fot M
ffiiH in lolflor currency. Over Bay wm
diTftiliien pliijrt'i, true to life, article on the
fntlowluy tuhjwui Who may marry r whon ilt
yliy Proper aite to marry, who marry rlr-t
Mauhonil, WouianliiMiil, Phralral decay. W.io
hoiilil marry. How lire and liapplnet mar
tncreateil. Thi married or cnuteitiplat'!'.
EnarryliiK ihiuild rfml It. ltoimhl to he real
iy all adult periona, then kept timler luck a rt
ley, Popular edition, amri almre, nut paper
cover and wo page, W ul Vf wall, tt yT
LLiNOIS CENTRAL R. st
Slicrtest aud Qaickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago,
Tho Onlv Line Hunmna:
Making Dibeot Connection
TRiiKa Liivi Caiko!
ti MO a in. Mbit,
A-rrivtuK In St. Limit DO a.m.; Chicago, 8:80 p. w.
i 'our mi In if at (diti and Kitugnam for Cfnciiv
Datl. Louityillc, Indlanapuh aud poluta Eaat,
p. jn. Fast ftt.
Fust fit. Loula anl
Arriving Id St I.onla 6:45 p. m.,and connectlnl
lor an poiuia cat.
3:45 p. m. f'aat Kxpreu.
For St. Lotltt and Chicago, arriving at St.Lonlf
1015 p. tn., and Chicago 7 :.HJ a.m.
3:45 p. in Cincinnati Express. '
Atrlvin? at Cincinnati 7:0 a. m.; Loniavllh 5:ri3
a. m. ; ludianapo.lK a m, Paapebgerk l r
thie train rvarn the ah. vo pointa Iii to 3'J
UOL'Hrt in advanco of any other roate.
tf7T)ia -Jr a. in. exorcaa bat PULLMAN
BOtiKPlNU CAK from Cairo to Cincinnati, wltll
out chnnKea, aud tUruU(h alcepera to Bt. Lo
Fast Time Iast.
dC'iPTKrPt'u b' Ul" "UB K through toEaf t
. aaCiijCia eiu pointa without any deby
:aued by Kuudav InierventuK. The Saturday afteN
loon train fiotu Cairo arrivea in new York iJondt.y
norniuK at 1U:"5, Thirty -ell hours In advance 4
ny other routo,
IW Fc throueh ticket and further Informant 1
ii'iily at tlhuule Central Kallroad Depot, Cairo. .
J. U. JONKS, Ticket Aitent.
A. H. IIAK90N. Gen. Para. AKent. Chicago
K. K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTUAL R. R.
Tralm do-ja t. - Trulni arr're.
tMail 2:i ta.rr.. i tMnll 4:i&.
Hxnree 1:45 p. m thxprea 11:45 a.
;st luui t x i. m. i tsi i.ouib m x:ia p.
I. c. K. r (poutticrn uivibidii)
4:45a.raltN. t. Ex ..11:10" a.
tn:xoam. tN.O.Ex... 11:10a,
3 45 H.U1. 1 tN. O. K 4:80 p.
BT. I.. 4 I. M. H. IV.
r. a ctora .......
tt L. Mall..
tSt. L. tx..
. I0::)0 p.m. I tExprei H2:S0p.
7:4 p.m. 1 tot. 1.. Man. ,.o:w
...:H)a m ft. L. x.
W., ST. L. A r. R. R.
,..4:i0a.m. I 'Mail It Ex
, 4:h0 p.m. I 'Accom
.7:45 a.m. Freight
ill 'BILK OHIO R. R.
A ceo in
,5:5.5 a.m. Mall.
.9:10 p. m
Dolly except Supday. t Dully.
DEPARTURE OF MAILS,
Arr at I Don're
P. O. rm PO
I. C K. RdhrouuhlocV ma!!)..
fl a. m. 1
" (wy mall).,
J 40 p.m. I 9d. nt
thvru Dlv ttSilD.m. 1 9d. m
iron Mnunlaln Ii. Ji.... .i:op.ta. g p. m
Waharh It It tt a. m. U d. m
Tcxaa & St. I.oiiio It. K U noon I 7 a. ni.
st. uiiii is (j.iro it. k 4 p. m. in t.m.
unioitivnt , a p. m. I 8 p.m.
.uie l iver ariivo wea., Mlt. d( ,'lon.
' di uart Wed , Pri. A Sun.
P O. pen del. op n from 7:80am to":30 pm
r.u. ooa no:, o, tn trotn 01, ra. tow p. m.
Sunday net. del. open trom... .8a. m. to lUa.m.
SuudaM hox del. open from.. ..6 a. m. to 10:80am
ttrNOTE.-ChtiniM will M pahllabed from
lime 10 limn iu city pnper. (TtntiRe your card ao
ciirdttiKly. WM, M. MURPUY. P. H
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Ortranizctl December, 1883, Under tie
Law of 1883. '
KucceMor to WidOA and Orphann Mutnal Aid So
ciety, o canizHi' Juiy 4th, 1877, uuder
the laws of lift.
Ji UN II. KDBINSO.N Praldent
W.M. 8 K.WV N Vice PrUldent
J. A.liuLoSTINK :Treauror
C. W. IU M0 Medical Advlr
TUOMAS LEWIS Secretar)
ROARU OF D1HECTOIW for 1st YEAR.
Wm, ctriiiton, Sir tton i Illrd, t'roiera, Cairo, 111.
J. A. (toid'tine, oli.oldftlne & Uuenwater, wbola
ate and n t ill dry Boodj C. W. Dunning, M. D.;
Pr'. llil. Med Kx., for r'0loni Albert Lewi.
coiuitilinlon merchant: J. it Kohlnaon, county'
Judge an notHry public; Wm. F. Pitcher, com, I
brnkiir and lnuram-u aent; K. 11. Hatid, cli
lit'i'tinptrvMir; MM h lli , carpenter and bnlld I
er: 'I hoiim Lewi", attorney and lucretarv i K.Vj
l':i'rre.aMornev .t-luw, DuOnoln Ill.iK. C. Paca
ralilcr ol i etiteiint'il llan , Aihler, IIU; Albert
I iHviii'n. cmni'T in uiMirne un uu iy CO., spring
fluid, II ; II. M . null, attorn ey-at-lnw, 1(18 Kail,
do'l'h ftieet, Cblcimo; lion. Kobu A, Uatchor, at'
tonii'v-at luw, Chnrlci-ton, Mo ) II. l.elghton
cafhier Firm National I'auk, bluart. low.
BEFDREV-AND nr AFTER
Elartrle UnallancN im lent M 30 Oiyi TrW,
TO MEN ONLY, TDUN3 OR CLC,
WHO ar tiiffrtna" rrom Ifaavopa Vnturf
Lout VitaHTV. I.r or Kaaira foaca
Vnx WTliW a4K.antlall IkoaadlaMM i
of Hia h'.ti'"" rvaullinit frura Aiiaaa-A ',
ornaa i'ra. fwHiy rvhrC anit oumUM r
Ida fmle-.i ,hmx'rr tlx Hln.lnta Cm'
IviMl at van fur iiiubwawu -m.vw live.
. OR. !-
I BCrnREr-AND -AFTER l