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THJi DAILY OAIKO BULLETIN: 8UNDAY MOllNINO OCTOBER 28, 1884,
A CONFIDING LANDLADY,
She Loaves Silver Plato, Jewelry
and Money In a Rented
And TrustB to the Honesty of Her Ten
ant Tor Their Safe Keeping
Her Confidence Abused.
Conviction 0 the Thieves Member ol
Parliament in a Bad Box Other
TRUSTED TO LOCKS AUD SEALS.
London, October 25. Captain George
UampUea Whtllcy, lale member of Par
liament for Peterborough, who, with
Thomas Herbert was receot y arrested
for stealing plate jewelry valued at three
hundred pounds, the property of his
landlady, Mrs. Mary Gamble, a widow
residing in South Kensington, was to
day fuuud guilty and scoieuced to six
niuuth' linprisonmuut. Captain What
ley rented a furnished house of Mrs.
Gamble In April Just and resided there
with LU wife, bis wife's sister and
Thomas Herbert, who assisted la
pledging so ue of the stolen property,
war y all of which, however, has bet; a
recovered. In cuu?quence of Captain
W bailey giving a worlbicus check for his
first quarter's rent, rapid proceedings
were taken to recover possession of the
bouse. Ooo morning in August Cupula
w naiiey mi Jaen y went off leaving a ser
vant glri in the house.
The prisoners traveled t llualogne,
nut Herbert returned arid was apre-
nenaea. L-iptaln nhillcy was extra
Uittd. In the proceedings to-day Mrs. Gamble
lestiaea tbil when she let the bjUHe to
Captain Wlial.er she reserved a room for
ner own nse. bhu deposited a quautlty
of plate and jewelry In the room am
locked the door and took the key with
ner, Mie also ielt p ate, jewelry and
money in oihtr parts of tile hou -e, locked
up In diawers aud sealed. In the cellar
she lefts quautity of wine, which was
placed in one conipartniout, c jverel w.lh
a sneet ana sea ed.
In August she rclnrnud to the house
and raised the property. I.i tlia front
room she fuuud the tapes and ceals of
tue dtaw rs removed and missed a quan
tity of jewelry. All the sUvi-r was gone,
except a pair of candle-sticks. She also
missed money and coins.
COMLNO TO TUE PK1THD STATES.
Dcblw, October 25. Dan'l Fitzgerald
Gabbett, M. P., for Limerick City, In
tends sailing for New York In November
to retnaia some Urne In the L uiu-d States.
He does not seek re election to Farilv
AX 4FFKAL TO IRlsIl SYMI'ATBT.
The committee having charge of the
fond for the benefit of the late A. M.
SnlJvan's inwly, to-day Issued a circu
lar to the Irish people throughout the
world to send In subscriptions.
Queer Going On at th lCiesourl Insane
Fulton, Mo., October 25. Tnere Is
still a convict at our asylum here who Is
allowed to run at large, and has been pnt
In charge of the borse stock of the Insti
tution. He msy be seen any clear, warm
day exercising one or two flue horses on
a track In the asylum grounds. He is
said to be a very rouoh. utfy netrro, and
Is liable at any time 10 be missing, as al
so wl.l be a team of flue horses. People
here think be ought to be In the pen,
where he jastly belongH, as he Is a hard
egg, ana auoua 00 at wort iu me prison
at Jellenioo, serving out nis urne, in
stead of living In luxury and driving fine
horses. He says the asylum authorities
treat him so well that he does not want
to go back to Jefferson.
CRAZT MEN AT A BASE HALL GAME.
Last Mondsy while a came of basa
ball was being played In the valley near
town, a couple of lootlcs came out to the
bluff. One of them picked np a little
child that stood near its mother, looking
at the eme. and pressed it under his
arm and struck it across the face with, a
small stick, frightening the mother al
most into bysteries. Sue recovered her
child, however, beforo farther Injury
could be done. The lady believes the
lunatics would have burled her darling
over the steep bluff had she not Inter
fered promptly. The cttlzens of Fulton
protest against these lunatics' running at
large in the city, cat tne protestations
seem to have, no effect on the asylum au
thorities. ' .
Another Oas Exploalon.
Montreal, Can., October 25. Early
this morning a terrible gas explosion oc
curred at the residence of J. It. Hutchlns,
on Fort street, Mr. Hutchlns was badly
burned, and two scrvauts are thought to
be fatally Injured. The whole side of tho
house was biown out, aud the furniture
scattered In the street. A hole nearly an
inch In clrcnmferenco was found In the
gas meter lu the cellar. Mrs. Hutchlns
had a narrow escape, as she was sleep
Inn near a bar wludow, which was blown
away. Plumbers were working la the
house yesterday, aad it is tiiougui tney
loft the hole la the pipe.
Oarelese Kail loading-.
Rarl, III, October 25. The west
bound Chicago, Darlington & Qulncy
freight neglected to close the switch
leading to the side track here whon leav
ing town, and a few minutes later the
Kansas City Express came down at a
high raw of speed and ran Into a eoal
train waiting so pun on. ana oaggajre
man, Geo. Mlulcr, was thrown the lengtu
of the car aud badly intared. ine ex
press messenger and eegloeer are also
Oookedla-n forUve Ulon.
Watetiloo, Ia., October M. Antoa,
Oara 4 Co.'s large butter and egg estab-
llsbment ol this city was badly damaged
br flre yesterday The lost en building
Is 110,000. There were 800,000 dozen of
rgg s la the refrigerator which wore e
strored by the heat and In noting. The
lose on the eggs Is estimated at between
110,000 and 150,000, with aa Insurance
filed of BU Wounds.
Worcester, Mass., October 25, John
D. iRoblnsoo, a Charleston policeman,
who shot himself last Friday, died this
A Oonuine Cold Wavj.
Pout Jervls, N. Y., October 25. H
Is snowing here this morning. Reports
from tho West say there It from three to
six Inches of snow at various polats.
For Tea Days Longer.
Washington, D. C, October 25. The
President has directed James II. Marr,
Chief Clerk of the Assistant Postmaster
General's office, to continue to act tor
ten days longer as First Assistant Post
Uonteflore's Centennial B r'.hday.
New York, October 23. Sir Moses
Montefijre's hundredth birthday will be
generally observed In the synagogues la
this city to-morrow. Many non-Lsraelltcs
are expected to take advantage of the
opportunity to testify their respect for
tne character and deed.- of the venerable
Michael McGnrtf an Caught.
Philadelphia, Pa., October25. Mich
ael McGurgao, contractor, who, lu com
pany with John Fltzpatrlck', divided
$3,000 Intrusted to them to pay section
hands of the Baltimore &Ohlo Road, ws
captured this morniug, aud is held to
await requisition from the State of Del
aware. About 91,300 was foond en him.
Sheriff KiC4 Deal.
St. Charles, Mo., October 25. E.
Curtis Rice, Sheriff of St Charles
County, and a candidate for re-election,
died this morning at his residence la
this city, of a complication of Ol -eases.
He leaves a wife and seven children. De
ceased was a very popular olH cial, and
his loss will be greatly mourned through'
out the country.
Necro Murderen Lynched.
Baton Rouge, La., October 25.
Sheriff Bates has retured from Clluton
and reports that a report Is current ibere
of the murder by negroes of three per
soi:6, father, son and nephew, la St.
Tammany Parish a few uuys ago, aui
that a posse purged, captured and hang
eu tour 01 tne murderers aud were on
the track of the otners.
Suicide Induoed By Oriel
Erie, Pa.. October 25. Mrs. Ellnora
Kltts, wife of a prominent politician of
Summit Township, committed suicide
last evening by discharging a sh it-gna
into her side while lying lu bed, asing a
suck to release the trigger. The- de
ceased was a lady of culture, but bur
mind for soma time had been shattered
Grain and ProTiaiona.
SATURDAY, OCTODElt 5, l&H.
COTTOS stp4v: miMUna. '4"iJ0m.
tUKSW Stetuly: XJLL lo cuoiov. Stf.t0A3.33;
.ai-Kirrnnr: Ko. f Ked. 'WtXs;
no. 4 noil, ooipi. c.
coun lowir; No. Z mixed. ialUot
no. 1 wmte mixed. it-v.
Oats Steady: No. -s. W0.
Kva Dull: No. 2. 00-,iillc
Tobacco rirm: tux; com moo to choice
o.(410.U: loaf; Common rrd lea&
Juvu: mo-lium 10 rowi fU.ot&n.'M.
Hat Prmrw 0.4lu.OJ lor prime to choice
new: clorer inlxt!. I7.uoitlO.Oi lor common to
prime: prime new liiuolby, lU.0Oill.UO; fan
cy. H-.ijoi Vi v.
nuTr Meaiy: cnoicoio lanev rrearaerr
CmX-loc: dairy, cuolce to laucy, AVAi'io; low
toos tiiyncr: ircsa biock. ns'ibvto per
Pot ATOa.s Firm: rommon to fair. Ui0o:
cbowe to fancy, jz&mo.
ronit Nominal; tiewmnis. f is.Bi.
Lakd Jukt: prliDq eutitm, WTSe.
Baook-Lonet. lUitlUko: Doru. II1. c:
cinr nba, llaUHc, nil parked.
ooc Tuo-wasnea. cnoio. zxs: rair.
!7c: diary aal low 'c Unwashed Choice
medium. U)4'Uc; (food avnmire id
diam ltl9c: nulected liifnt SnelT tHo; goo I
rtraire, IStSI'o; beaw Htiltfc: coiablnir. v
oiO'xi. iMA'i'to: comotnr.iDw bthii-s. ie.ia.
HiuiA Mcit'ly and llrm: dry Hint, l4o:
daniatrcd, lfc; bulls or staa tllnt Hlo,
aiU'd, vv; fiuo stocn, an, urei-ri saito 1, w;
damaged, c; veal call' oklns. 11 ie; balls or
stairs, So: p recn
uiicurtKl, J i",'ic; da:u:ifol.
bo; irlue. .to.
diirkp i'ki.tr uuut irroin. oons'inc
do, 4.'o; frrtfii Khetinmifi, LirDc.
Wn bat Firmer : No. i He 1. Novombor.
M'ic; iHiceniber.s'lSc; January, 87 o; Febru
ary, Kio; May, 9 jo.
Coiin Hurhur: Novembor, S'JSo; Deccmbor,
80c1: January, il'iv; May, 4s ,u.
uats t lrniifr: Nnvemuur. ia ueceiu-
bcr, iC'.io; January, Hc.
Wnr.AT Flrraor: UetoUcr,
January, tier, 7ST4 c: December,
TtifcfoiSto: May. Wsc.
i;oiu liOwor: uoioiinr, 4'io: Novomoor.
4'JVo: year, Wiv; January, 3 to; May,
UATS rirmrr: (K-toonr, ss'.o: Novcmrtor,
tAc;l)oremtM!r, "0c; year, sic; May, SWo
pork Btosdv: nctobtr. iia.5'J: yoar.
SlI.Ki; January, 11. W4.
I.Aito Lower: ucfiOi-r, lu;': Novemnpr,
Dcoimt)or, tU.ci'ii January, $6.iC"t!
mioht iiibh ijoinoer. id.sj r.ovcniucr,
tti-W; January, tjft'i.
, Livo ttoci Idariiou.
Hons Itnoelnt. 19.0 Mil market unlet an 1
dull at KKitlfto lw.r: lltrbt. H..WM.8)i rouirh
nackliitf. H.SVit tfl.TJ; iiuary nackinir nud
khl''liif. 4 0'6.bV
cattlb iiiftTipw, s.rim: naiivcH nioauy:
ramri'm Htronir : eniion-i, as.suibT.uui irood to
Cholue Khiiplnir, J.W i'i.'Ki.
biukp ttoct'ipw, i.iuj: now; common to
Catti.k rnchanifoi'. extra cult lo, fillCKiiW.i
RiMidUi chnlre atocn. S", lioit'l.Oi: lair to nirdl-
mil, fVli'if'i.nu; Root miicin'm, vi.muii.iu;
'IS. th humth. O.i.h.m.4 In: 'IS'tim cowl H.il
ktfM; Wfiu-rn moeki-rit, S.I.W jii.UU: yearllnirs,
hiimki and Lahmk Sheen oloudv: Iambi
dull and lower: nv.nl I urn to trnod Nhocp, fli)
tol.Ti ifiMid to eimico ('una. In lambs, II. 6 J
6.urj wivtern, $1 !Vi.7.
nous linen uiiriMi iiuhiiiitti to iair i or-
r, a4.n0fitl.7S; tro-id to ehnlco do., H.S04A
S.Wi btiu iicr gruuei, v kiu.
Catti.s Hoeelnl. l.MWs rnnire cattle 8Q
10u hlslipri exiiorts. VS. I
ehok-o ahtpplnw. Sft.Wlyi common to me
dium, ai.U(i,4A; fppdern, S.l.Tu'id Mai cows,
li.AL.TU; irraift Tr.rns strrrs, IXlioW.'J.iWi
Colorado hutf-twod slers, Sil.hO!.
lUKiS-Bwolpta, (LUOd; wnftlturi fiHslOo lowrrt
loll of SIS to Ml punii'lo avoraui' at $1.00
avt wHi mniniy, n.it.io.
HiiBKP-t(eoeipts,uWi nominally ununnntri-u.
Monoy and Stool Mirktt,
Wmt Vrtitw H..I n I. , t..n..M 4 nn. mini
exehnnse dull nniliinclinnirxdi ttovornnionts
itronri ounvney, s s, 11 bid; 4 . enupunit,
Uv Yrl.1i Au'i. do.. 1I3U lilil. The Htm'k
market ornil quiet. In early ti-ttdlnir the
VuyUlK wiuiohftrautcrldl by a firm two and
a tireMmnt to Hell developed, under whiuli the
whnin hat Ixieamn wwnk nnd Readily doelined.
By noon the drop rainrMl from H to S pr
ewiV Prom tin tiMtre ban been a aiwut r
rorerV, but at tee time ol wrltinf cue uiarke
a oniiana renrureK-w.
1IE1C liUSY LIFE.
Pen Portrait of the 1Mb Frank
Leslie's Attractive Widow. 1
A ltandsomo woman sat before a big
desk In a cozy o til no in Frank Loslio's
mblishing house, busily engaged over
ooklng bills, writing letters, and at
tending to tho details of tho lmrannso
business. It was Mrs. Frank Leslie
She aroso gracefully nnd granted tho
reporter cordially. Mrs. Les'.io wns
plainly attired in a black dross with
wuito trimmings. J lie only lewciry
she woro consisted of a pair of neat
pearl ear-drops. Her dark hair was
tastefully arrangodovcr her white fore
head, and licr large gray eyes sparkled
with animation as sho conversed.
"Tho public has been treated to so
much of my privato afl'uirs," said Mrs.
Leslio, "that I think it time to set poo
plo right A few days ago a letter was
published In a Chicago paper, and win
extensively copied, giving what pur
ported to be nn account ol my extrav
agant lifu at Long Branch. It stated
that I had sixty-livo dilTerent toilets
whilo at tho resort; that I drove live
blooded horses upon tho Concourse,
and that my diamonds would fill &
peck measure. Tho fact is that I was
only at Long Branch for four days,
and that was tho only time that I had
been away from my Lusincsi this sea
son. 1 only wore thrco diuerontiouets
while there, and those were very plain,
being either black or white. The fact
is I have not worn any colors since
Mr. Leslie's death. I drovo a team oc
casionally, but it was not a blooded one,
and I never owned livo horses. My
diamonds were only worn at a proper
timo and place, and are not conspicu
ous gems. Then the papers statod
that my hotel bill for tho four days was
450, whilo in fact It was but $39.50. 1
would not notice such gross exaggera
tions as theso were it not for tho fact
that my business may bo injured by
such reports. I attend strictly to
business and superintend the whole
work of this great establishment 1
am at my desk from early in the morn
ing until late in tho afternoon, and I do
not know any lady that works harder
"I noticed in a paper the other day
that 1 kept a i rench maid to constant
ly wait upon me. This is false also, as
I never had a maid of any kind, hav
ing a firm faith in the proverb that
'Ood helps those that help themselves.
I have always been treated with great
consideration by tho press of the United
States, with few exceptions, and I am
heartily grateful for it Hut I supposo
theso attacks originate in tho malice of
some persons, although I never know
inglv wronged any one."
Mrs. Leslio sighed, and the New
York Jvurnul reporter remarked: "The
Marquis do Neuvilio has not always
been treated with consideration by tho
'Oil, dear, no," said Mrs. Leslio,
"The fact is, there is an antipathy to
foreigners among tho majority of
Americans. The Marquis cannot help
it becauso he was born with a title. It
was even said when my engagement
to him was first announced that his
title was not genuine, but I believe
every one acknowledges now that it is
For nn- Kirt, I would prefer that he
had but it cannot bo helped.
The ,i. lis is a thorough gentleman.
and tno newspaper flings at his man
ner and personal appearance are fab
rications. I never saw him wear a
colored neck-tie in the fouryears that I
have known turn, and ho always dress
es In tho most simolo manner, It has
never been claimed that he does not
pay his debts, and ho is ono of the
most charitable of men. Ko man ever
applied to tho Marquis to relieve hi3
distress an-1 was refused."
When doos your marriage tako
V hen that event takes place it will
be ns publicly announced as my en
gagement was, said Mrs. Leslie, "it
,s always painful to have one's private
alliirs Lrought before the public, but I
believe they will nppreclate the reasons
which impel mo to correct the false
statements which have been put in cir
culation." A Henpecked Turk.
To tell tho truth, it Turk is as badly
henpecked ns could well bo imagined.
Tho good old days when he could
quietly strangle a refractory wife, nnd
drop tier into the Jiosphorus to do
buried at the Mate s expense, passed
awav a quarter of a century ago under
the European spasm of virtue- that es
tablished tho "joint control." Since
then ho has boen too dejected to assert
his power, and ns a result tho women
do very much as they please. They
stay In or go out, rauiolo about tuo
thoroughfares alone, ride in tho horse
cars or tho caiques, gossip, study, read
nnd frequent the baths much as if they
had no lords nnd masters at all. Hut
la point of fact there always has been
a paradox in the rules of conduct laid
down for Turkish women. The forced
covering of their faces in tho streets
and the strictness in tho lines of social
intercourse throw a mystery around
their trontmont that has liad niucli to
do with making it soom severe, lint
on tho other hand there is probably no
nation in tho world where the woman
Is so jealously guarded in her rights of
lifo 'nud property nnd so literally pro
tected against her husband as In
Turkey. It is considered quilo the
thing for n jftalous Turk to go down to
tho old pier nt Seraglio point and
ruinlnato on his condition after tho
Mitrius-Cartliiigo fashion. Uo doesn't
expect to belter bis state thereby any
nioro than to restore the ..half-submerged
masonry to its original condi
tion, but it is quieter there than it is at
homo, nnd ho gets a melancholy satis
faction in tho recollection of the num
ber of faithless spouses who havo met
their punishment from its edge.
"How's l:it lit" boy ol) uiiiio coinin'
on in do Stin by-si'hoolP" nsked Sam
Johiising of U.:v. Ainliiiilab liliiilsoc, of
llio llhio Lijiht Colore! Tabernacle.
"lli conn) up mighty slow with the
coiioms" l'.itih God, I'll tan his
biuuk hide. I gibs him n dimu ubory
Sunday to pui. in do plate." Parson
111ml .oil eMiiulnud tho dill'oreiico be
tween a col foci and a collodion, where
upon S im s.'ildi vDar's no uso crowd
In' tli;.' loy, I tiebbor had no talent for
Migioii when "I was a boy." Taa
HOUSEHOLD GOODS .
' ROBEItT JENNINGS'
Seventeenth stieet, between Commercial av
enue and Poplar street.
Commencing at 10 o'clock, Monday
morning, October 27, comprising bed room
suits, bedsteads, mattrcsacM, pillows, dining
room and kitchen furniture, queensware,
glassware, knives'and forks, chairs, carpels,
ice box, cupboard side table, kitchen and
dining tables and sate, office clock, castors,
spoons, etc., etc., Stlu pngitivo and terms
cash. Tiios. Wikteb. Auctioneer.
For a Good Meal
or a good room, go to DeB lUn's,
On account of the low prico of flour, I
have increased the size and weight ol my
loiivus an 1 now offer to tho public a larger
loaf of better quality than any baker in the
city. Fkask Kratkv.
For the Best Oysters,
go to Deliiiiin"?, !50 Ohio levee. tf
Special Term of the Circuit Court.
A special term of the circuit court of
Alexander county, in the state of Illinois,
lor the transaction of common law, chan
cery and criminal business has been this
day called to convene at the c urt house in
ihocityof Cairo on Monday, November
lOih, 1884, at 2 o'clock I M.
Alex II. Ihvi.v, Clerk.
Cairo, 111., Sept. 20th, 1884.
Open Day and Night.
DcBaun's restaurant, 50 Ohio levee.
These are Solid Facts.
The best blood purilier and system rogu
lator ever placed within the reiich ot suf
fering humanity, truly is Electric Bitters.
Inactivity ot the Liver, Biliousness, Jauq
dice, Constipation, Wenk Kidneys, or any
disease of the urinarv organs, or who evtr
tequires an appetizer, tonic or mild stimu
lnnt, will always find Electric Bitters th
best and only certain cure known, lliey
net lurely ami quickly, tverv bottle fcuar
ameed to give entire satisfaction or money
refunded. Sold at Ofty cents a bottle by
Barclay B;o.s. (4)
Only the Best Brand of oyster,
at DeB'iun's, 50 Ohio levee. tf
nneKieii m Arnica salve
The Bust Salve lu the world for Cuts,
Bruises. Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rl.eum, Fever
Soies, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It i guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For stle by Barclay
look lor the Red Lijht,
at DeBaUn's 5 Ohio b vee. tf
A Eemarkable Escape.
Mrs. Mary A. Dai ley, of Tunkhannock,
To., wis afflicted for six years with Asthma
and Bronchitis, tluriuir which time the
best physicians could five no relief. Her
life was despaired of, until in last Octo
ber she procured a bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery, w hen immediate relief was
felt, and by continuing its uso for a short
time rhe was completely cured, gaining in
flesh 50 lbs. in a few months.
Free Trial Bottles of this certain cure of
all Throat and Lung Diseases at Barclay
Bros' Drug Store. Large Bottles $1.00.
"Rough r.n Dentist" Tooth Powder.
Smooth, Refreshing, Harmless, Elegant,
Cleansing, Pieserative and Fragrant. 15c.
Women with p tie, colorless faces, who
feel weak and discouraged, will receive
both mental and bodily viuor by using
Carter's Iron Tills, which are made for the
blood, nerves and complexion.
Hay Fever and Rose Cold.
I can recommend Ely's Cream Balm to
relieve all persons suffering from rose did
and hay fever. I have been a great suffer
er from these complaints and have used it.
I have recommended it to many of my
friends for catarrh, and in all cases where
they have used thh balm freely they have
been cured. T. Konney, Dry Goods Mer
chant, Ithaca, N. l .
Quick, complete cure, all annoying Kid
ney, Bladder and Urinary Discuses. $1.00.
Rtit Hill, Acdiiain Co., Mo., July 2083
-After suffering some 18 months or more
with rheumatism in my limbs nnd intense
pain in my back, I was advised to try Jler
reus Tenetrating Oil, and alter using one
bottle I was entirely cured of both rheu
matiHin ami pain in my back. It is the
best liniment I have ever used.
Yours ttuly, O. W. Slavens,
'Well's Health Unewur" restores health
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Sexual Debility. $1. (?)
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Hoarseness, Bronchitis.Croup, Influ
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lief of cor'; jm ptive persons in at lvan-
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by all Druggists. Price, S Cents.
rjHE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
. Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 0I1I0 LEVEE.
A General Banking Business
TIIOS, W. IIALLIUAV
ENTERPRISE BAVINO BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS KAMi.
TIIOS. W. IIALL1 DAY,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
P. BHOSS, President
U. WKLLH, fishier
I V. NaKf. V!eoPre'ot
T. J. Kurth. AnK't raxD
. BroM LV.ro I William Kin
iite. ,C -li
Peter NelT n William Wol
CM OKttrlob " C. O. Patler "
K. A. buder " I 11. Well '
J. Y. C'lutn'nn, Caledonia..
A ilEEHAli BAN KING BUSINESS DilMi.
Kxcbaiiz1) ro'.d and bought. Internet li'od n
the savtuiM Dcpurtinont. Collection made nnd
all hiintauHS promptly aitundi'd to.
Jjll. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, ill.
VAt'OIt, ELECTUO-VAI'OK and MEDICATICD
A iadr in attendance.
ill M. UARHELL, M. D.
OFFlCE-EuatSldo Commercial. below 8th St.
)lt. K. W. WUITLOCK,
;rrut No. 136 Comuercal
h''i nr.il Nliith Htrt
PARSONS, M. D.,
OCULIST AND AURIST.
OFFICE City Drug Store, Carboudala, 111.
617 St. Charles SU ST. LOUIS, U0.
A. rarulnr Ornrlnntn oi iwo mfdloal
CflllP(i-, liai tii-en Ionium eiiKiiKed in the treat-
1161110:11!!!!-, Norvomi, HUln
liloo.l Dlivaii! man any ouier iiiiy.R'ian m
BU Loul, ascliy p-r ihow uml all .ld rtl
d-iitn know, 'oiisulnitlon.itotr.ee or by mall,
rr.ui.iiil In. tel. A rrlHlulW uik or lilt OIllllloll
emu nmhliiK. Whpii It I l-icni.vcnlcnt oTklli
tlifi city for treatiiiiMiU nirdlvlnut can b wnt
bymllor Xirri evprvwheifl. Curahlo tai'l
Kiiurniitevili whi-rp doubt tjxUtJ.v. U frankly
itated. Call or Write.
Nerrona Prmtratlnn, Pchlilty, Hfntal and
fhyalcal ffeaknm, Mfrtoilal aaOthM
SftN-tlonaot Thrnat, Kklwand Bonet, Blood
Impurltlaa and Blond rulmnlng, ikU An
tlona, Old orr aad I'lceri, lmp(ilmnt jo
Marrlaga, Hhrumatlml, PIlM. Np'!ii;
Untlnn U Hifi from Orer-worktd Main.
Kt'lltiirAL CASES rfftlta apoflal attention.
PIcaM arlnlnt from Iwprndanm. Mieyaiti,
It la afir-evlilant that a pliyik-lan TaylnK
particular alimtlon to a cla'r cak atlalua
(irwaHklll, and phyilrlani In regular v't-tt-
all or.-r the country knowlnu thl, freii-fiilly
recnuinmnU ) to tho oldrit oilli'p ll incrl.
ca.whiTB every known aiipllancn la iurtec
to, and the provatl itood rtnilt- if alt
an-i mid counlrlt'a arn un-il, , A wbol liotiae U
uiicd fnrolHce imrmnri, and all am treat0 -with
kill In a r-iifrlfiil BianiiiTi and, know.im
what to do, nocxprrliiii-nliaraniiiile. t.n -mnnt
of Hid irrrat liitmUiT ai'iilvlnr, t ie
i.hririaarnkintluw. oltcil lower than. i l
Diauneil uy oi irr..
If ynu inre the kl I : nt
ret atpet'iiy anil iMjriert in i-mm m. .
mimrtaiitinatlrr. I'uuililtlttt, W PS. Bint
to any addrvni free.
Kh'ioint cloth and (tilt hlndluK. Hraled tni U
fen u ln iioitnaa or currency. Over Wily wjii
derful pen iili't'irea, true to life, article on the
rbllowliiK luhjertai ho may marry r wlion it
why IP lrriieraueloiiiarry, W ho marry flr.t
Slnuhood, Vt'oiuaiiliiHid. Phyklrnl det-ay, W lo
How urn ami haiilni- may ue
iicreaen. t nose ntarriou or roiui.iniiiini
inrrvliiK huld ri'iul It. untight to h real
y all adult nenutia, then kept under lock aid
v. I'onular edition. aamraa almve, hut uai'ir
cover and iW pagua, M ceula by uialL Ik ioue)
LLiNOIS CENTRAL K. R
Shortest aud Quickest Roate
St. Louis aud Chicago.
The Onlv Lino Kunmng
Making Dikeot Conitkotion
Tiuins Liavi Caiuo: '
ArrlvliiRln St. Louii I UO .m.; C!ilcio.B:!X &...,
Connuuinti st Odin tud KtilnnPn n fcr CIlcio
natl, LouuTille, Indlunitimln and polrU &Mt,
lU:2r p. m. Kust 8t. I.nul untl
ArrlvlDE Id St I.onli 6:45 p. m., and conuuctlrnr
, for all pulutf Wvnt.
3:45 p. m. I'list Kxprena.
For fit. Louti and Chicago, arrlvtn at St. Loun
10-15 p. m., aud Clilcauo vM a. m.
3:45 p. in Cincinnati Kxpi'CNt.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:(i0 a. m. i l.onmvllli
a. m.i Indlaiiapoilt 4.i'iN a m. I'nii'et.gur br
thin truin ruarb the ahuvs puiM lli to 30
UOL'JlM In advaucu of any other ri'Ute.
trr-Tha 3M" a. m. ixprcm lma PULLMAN
HObEi'liiG CAlt from Cairo to Cincinnati, with
out changes, and through aluepori to bt. Lontr
Fast Tiroo Krist.
PitCCfiTitrpi'u hJ thlB ltn to through to Emu
L tlStllCl !3 em polnta without tny dolui
eauacd tiv Suudav lutervi-niiic. The Haturday after.
iiion train fiocu Cairo arriver In new York Monday
nornl'.iK at 10::j
Thlrty-elx bourn I u advauceof
DT other route,
I er Ft" thronah tlcketa and turthei lulonnation
Hly at Illlnolf Cantral Kallroad Dpot, Cairo.
.1. U. 411.0.9, 1 lCaUV AKBIIt.
A. II. DAN HON. Gun. Pane. Aumt. Chlcaso
R. H. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL H. K.
Tralna dena-t. Train arrive.
tMail ..--':) a. m, i tJUll.- 4!(S. m.
Kinreea 1:4.1 P- m. Tt-xpreee 11:1.1a. m.
JSt Louis Ex l'J 0. ni. tsi Louis Hi t.3 p. nt.
I. c. K. it (aoumern ui visum;
tMatl 4:ria.m 1 1. i. Ex ,.ii:K a.m.
tKxpfee HI::!Ua in. ItN.O. Kx... 11:10 a.m.
tACCora 0 ia p.m. T.t. j, a.. i;.iy.ui.
ST. L. At I. M. H. K.
Kxpresa lft:S0p.m. I Exprera :10p. m.
tst L. Mull ... s:0 - p.m. tst.L. .Mall. ..:) a.m.
W., ST. L. ft r. B. u.
Accom .......4:00 p.m.
Freight ,....1:41 a.m.
Mall Hi Ex....S(lp.m.
KrolKht AA! p.m.
MiiIULE At OHIO K. U.
Mall ?:-' a.m. I Mall
Exprc 11:00.1. m Expr a..
Dully except tiurilav. t Otillr.
AND DEPARTURE OP MAlLS.
I. C. It. R (ti.nmuhlock mall).. a. in.
' (way mall) 3 SOp.m
" (Sotithrii Div 4:S0p m.
Iron Mounlalu It. it S:Oop.ni.
Vbliuh it. K 6 a. in
Texaa & HI. Louis It. K W iiool
bt. L'ils & C .lro It. R 4 p. m
OhtoKtrcr P. m
Miaa hlver arrivoe Wed., Mat. A Mm.
1 p. m
" depart Wed , Krl. A Hun.
P O. eon dol.op o from 7:30am to 7:30 pin
P.O. box du! . Oi tP Irom 6 a. m t" t. ru.
Hundnys net. iloi. opeu lrom....8a. m. to 10 a. ci.
Sundays Imx del. opuu from ... a. m. tc 10:30am
Hy-NOTK.-Chaiie will M pnhlishud from
time to tlmn In city pupers. 1 nt;o voiii cards so
cordluijly. ' WM. tf. MUltl'IIV P. M
Delivered at CAlltO, 111.,
at tho FOLLOWING PRICES:
Ft bottom. Ft. stave. Capacity Bali. Price.
These tanks am made of C'LhAR CYPKI--SS.
Inches Uili k, ni'cutuly hooped and are WATaU
1IC.HT. They aro
Whipped wholonnd aro well brtioed
to pruvrnt their h' Inu r-ick- d or hrokcu In band
linn. EKinivtlis furLl'hcd for
Timkf of any Hlzo.
A. UIGOS Ac llllO.
217 Dvdord St., Now Orleans. La.
IKE SI OCT
IN TUE WORLD.
A powerful preparation
10 cnncunlrutuil llmiafew
rirrpftspplii il to the ur
face will pvitelratH lo Ilia
rerv I.oiic.himI lniol In.
STA.MLH lULlkVi f All.
CAS US i:3AL tor C78S tf
Sor Throat, Pains '
io. Limb. Stom
aali or Bowel,
Or In tiv part 01 SvMem.
Will NOT -OIL CLOTIIUta
imi iIimoIoi tlir kiu li
Ik. tu rn In con.lmit nan
lv Piiviciati ami other
lot at vi ait Price Wo
A00a 8 MEROIkl a-Ouia. Mo.
0E 8ALB B ALL LBCOOIBTB AIH
TMtAxJC&S IN 14lIlClN8.
Wil l AJi
rrcrittiif ut will
'urc, -.Not a LIn
MAY-EE VkiR i 1 or Simff. Ay.
y into D.islrlls Hive It a Tr'al
fiiiirtsls. ' eetiU hy mall n-dlstered. Mod