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TUK bAlLY CAIRO &ULLETIN: TUflDAy MORNING; QOTOBER028, 1884,
A SHOCKING ACCIDENT.
A Railroad Conductor Thrown Un
der a Heated Stove by a
Pirmly Pinioned to the Ploor, He h Slow
ly Cremated Before the Eyes of
Hii Horrified Brother,
Who is Finally Driven Back by the
Flames sod Himseif Narrow
St. Thomas, Out., October 7. A
shocking accident occurred on the Can
ada Southern Railroad at Mootrosc, Oat,
last night, resulting la the death of Con
ductor Taylor and serious Injury to aer
eral others. Train No. 18, empty cars,
In charge of Conductor Ueyoolds and
Engineer Coaltoa, was mistaken by the
swltchnsn for a light engine, and
switched on a side track where
four caboones were standing and
Mm train struck these. The
jar upset the stove in the second caboose
where John McGregor and a number of
train ma were seated. Tbey were
thrown from their seats, and the stove
alighted on Conductor Thayer, pinning
him to the flvor. I he caboose the 4 took
tire. Every cffrt was vainly made to
rescue Thayer. Ills brother held to his leg
u long as he coaid, bat was finally
driven back by the heat, and was rescued
through a window after bis leg had
been broken. Brakeman Scbofleid ami
Conductor John McGregor were also
badly Injured. The victim was aged
twenty -one years, and had been married
but a few weeks.
OUTRAGES BY CUIXIUK MOBS.
Iloxa Ko.no, October 87. A Swatow
correspondent, under date of September
22J, wrifes that Koroiu Catholic priests,
under French protection, were last week
ordered to leave by the Chinese author!
tUs. When those at Cbao Cbou Pu bad
left the place the Chinese soldiers went
to their houses and destroyed every
thing they could find and, it is said, out
raged the female converts. The mob de
stroyed not only the lioman Catholic
places of worship, but those belonging to
the Eugllsh Presbyterian and other urn
's loos. The Wesleyan chapel at Chan
Tsuog, a large trading mart, a few hours
Journey from Canton, was destroyed Sep
tember 14 th by a mob.
WOLSELEY AND TBI 801DAV.
Loxdox, October 37. The Govern
ment has telegraphed General Lord
Wolseley to contlne his operations In the
Soudan to the rescue of Gordon and
bis followers' at Khartoum only, and
abandon bis Idea of retaking the
towns captured by rebels or of pro
ceeding beyond Khartoum, lie Is au
thorized Instead to me the troops
under his command, farther thau re
. llering Khartoum, by subsidizing the
strongest cblet in the Soudan other
than the Mahdl, t maintain orJcr
from Khartoum to Wady Haifa; to sup
press slavery aud maintain peace in
Kgypt The Government to-day received
a dispatch from General Gordon, in
which he declines to leave the people of
Khartoum to their fate without a stable
Government. He says be bo,es the
British Government will not ask Abjw
syala to help It In restoring peace to
th8oudan. "Such humiliation," says be,
'would be like a big boy asking a little
boy to help blm whip another boy who
bad Insulted him ani who was far infer
ior in science ami strength."
A ONE-SIDED FIGHT.
London, October 27. A dlspilch from
Simla says tbe British expeditionary
force under Colonel Tanner met a body of
Fatbaas. entrenched In .caol valley,
After a severe uzht, In which fifty of
the l'athaus were killed, the rebels flod.
Colonel Tanner had five men wounded.
INDIA X3 IN K E VOLT.
A Massaore of White Sutlers Feared.
Ottawa. Ost.. October . 27. The In
dians at the village of Metlakallah are la
revolt, and a massacre of the white set
tiers is threatened If their comrade, who
Is held for the murder of a white- trader
named Yeomans, Is hanged. It b feared
that hostilities have boeu precipitated by
an unfortunate occurrence. Four young
Germans started aomo time ago from
Victoria, British Columbia, on a hunting
expedition. They landed near the Indian
reserve, and were immediately surround
ed by curious Indians. The rifle of ono
of the party was accidentally discharged,
the bullet entering tha leg of one of the
Indians. Believing that an attack was
intende I, the savages disarmed tne nun
'ters, who ran for their boat and were
soon out of reach of the bullets. On
landing at Metlakallah, the Indian agent
was Informed that the Germans had gone
to the reserve to create trouble, and ho
bad tbe yosmg man whose rile was dis
-charged arrested and taken to Fort
'Simpson. The prisoner considered It
an outrage, aud will undoubtedly be
Father John 1. Kiordan'a Mission.
Nkw Yobk, October 27. Father Johu
J. Klordau returned to New York yester
day on the steamer Germanic, Alter 1
prolonged tour In Ireland for the purpose
of informing tho Irish peoplo of the gen
eral condition of affairs in this country,
thus preventing to some extent assisted
and reckless emigration, and perfecting
a system recently inaugurated by liimself
WBoreoy emigrants to America snai
brina with them letters of reconimenda
tlon from tin parish priests, or other ocr
. tlflcates of character. Father Rlordan
Is trtshly enthusiastic over the success of
his Journey. He took special pains to
impress upon bis many audiences abroad
that the idoa of the United States being
a land flowing with free mUk ami honey
was a mistaken ono.
Speaking of tbe condition of the Irish
peoplo at home, the priest nM that in
. do part of Ireland did bo tee each Otter
WfetchadnM as existed among sons ot
the aasM MttonarHy la this etty. The
, crops darJag tbe past year bad been
hnsnt sod bat Httte affected by the
' tfatmili wMufc nnvatte. QenMUhUy (be
vwfmmm haw arthoodsi Lib dwasa
iMVtwam mts so enugvaesrti
- A Shoddy Factory.
Boatox, Mass., October S7. The wool
eu shoddy manufactory of E. A. Hallat
Weston, Is burned with Us contents.
Loss, unknown. -
1 1, 1 "
Washington, D. C., October 27. The
Issue of silver dollars for the week ended
October 25th was 610,490: for thecorre
spoudlng period last year 460,4'J'J.
Postponed on Aooount of Bain.
Lexington, Kt., October 27. Heavy
rain last night postpones the trial of
Maud S. to-day, as it Is imperatively nec
essary for tbe ground to bo In the best
Freight Sheds and Storehouse Burned.
Lindsay, Ont., October 27. The
Grand Trunk Railway freight sheds and
storehouse, together with seven loaded
cars and a large quantity of grain and
other merchandise were burned to-day.
Shot and Killed.
Dkcatub, Tex., October 27. S. W.
Tumbro, a prominent m.rchant of this
place, was shot and killed by William
Cbambllss at tbe Glen Hall saloon. The
fight was the result of an old feud, and
each man fired five shots. Chamb.lss was
, Duel at Close Baa are.
Fobt Fettekman, Wy. T., October
27. Tom Diamond and George Sanders
got Into an altercation. The former fired
point blank at the latter, but missed.
Sanders then emptied a load of buck
shot Into Diamond, who died almost In
A Two Hundred Thousand Dollar Fire.
Vincesinks, Im, October 27. A de
structive flie at Loogootee, Iud., last
night, burned eleven buldlugs, Including
tbe Democrat newspaper office, tho
rost ollke, six stores and three saioous.
Tho loss is estimated at 9200,000; insur
H) Was Sine.
Baltimore, Md., October 27. In the
Uuzeltlne case the State put Dr. Gundrie,
Superintendent of the Spring Grove In
sane Asylum on the stand as a witness.
lie was very emphatic In his opinion that
tbe prisoner was perfectly sane when tho
murder was committed.
Befasd the Injunction.
Philadelphia, Pa October 27. Judge
Butler, in United States Court this morn
ing, refused to grant an injunction re
straining tbe Pennsylvania Company from
abrogating tbe contract with the 13a tl-
more k Ohio with reference to passenger
and express-car service between Ball!
more aud New York.
Grain and Proriaions.
MONDAY, OCTOUEIt 2T.
roTTOW Steady nvddtmir. tStjj.
Floob Steady; XXA 10 eiiowe, ti.4U43.IO;
Date 11 U, t-k.LSU.').Li.
WnAT-lxjw(.r; No. I Ked, 76VSKtto;
Conn Lower; No. mixed, X341o.
no. x wmte mixed, I'siiTc
Oats ttteadv; No. i. aijal'ia
Hrt DuU; No. 8. Wo.
Tobaooo Kirra; lum; oomnoa to choic
a6.UUJI1J.OJ: loaf: common rd leaf, iJl
IU.im: medium to (rood rf.tn17.'W.
rUr Prairie n.iO(4lu.&J lor prime to cboloe
new; clover mixed. l7.iJi10.W tor oommon w
prime: prime new timothy, tl0.0OlL(W; fan
Ucttxh steady: c Bo Ice to tancr rrpmerv
3nIOc: dairy, cuohxi to taouy, at.'io; low
Kous su-udy; fresh stock, l"XWo per
fOTATor.s Firm: common to fair, 2&30c;
choice to fancy, ifii-ioo.
Pone Nominal; new mess, f 14.85.
Lahu Vulot; iirime itemn. Sc.
Baco.i Lonrs. 10;ilU-,o: tiorti, 10Q
lie; clear riot, H)llo, all packed.
Hoot. Tub-w4iid. clioies, 29o: fair,
77o; dingy aad tow 25c. L'nwMhed Choioo
medium, iu ile; good average mo
dlum lllSc: telectud liirht flneWiSo; irool
averaire, 1'iiilTo; havy liiSlfio: eomblnir, V
DiO'xl, Aiit'lSo: comtjlnir, low irat'H. 10 4 To.
Hior.s ftesily and Arm: dry flint, lrtc;
damiured, Llso; bulls or stairs Mint lOo,
sttlt4.'d, Uc; (rluo stock, &c Greon suite I. 9c;
diunaif"l, Tc; rnlolf skln., U'4e: bulls or
stitirs, tto; irreen uiteurod, daminfo l,
br; irluo, 'its.
Biikkp PeltsDhII; greon. 5Oa80c; dry
do, 15c; vrcen stiearlings, li pJo.
Whbat Weakor; No. 2 Hud, November,
Mq December, so'to; January, Vxs Febru
ary. Htc; May, ttic.
Coun HlKlier; OcUibor, Btc; November,
K'jo; Ucoetubur, Wo; January, 47 He; .May,
Uats Weaker; Novotnbor, 31 c; Decem
WrtKAT Sf'sdy; October. ; Novem
ber, 74 '40; December, TtfOtto; January,
7bo; May. KJo.
Coii! Lower; Octohor, 4IVo; Novombor.
42o; your, tfics January, i"ko; May,
Oats Weaker; October, SSMo; November,
fco ; Decern Ut, 2U'(C; your, iSoMay,
Pohk Stendy; October, 115.50; your,
tUJSM; January, SI 1.40.
Lahd Lowers October, $7.01; Novombor,
$s.s.S; Dfcnihor, fu.ttili; Junuiiry, fti.uu;
Kiiokt Uihs -October, $9.35; Novoinber,
t).WJ; January, $5.87 i.
live Ptoe'i Markstt.
Hoos rtecolpM, SS.OTOj miirkot otilot and
dull at IIV16I60 lower; Iblit. $i.2ti,4.(K; rotmli
piiuklntr, ft.iXKM 8 ; heavy piickjnir and
(hlppl'iir. $4 tlV4.l'i.
(jATTt.ie UecolptH, 7,700; quint; exports.
$A.40(iS.M); Kood to oholeo sliiffpimr, v.i.sOii
70; common to fair, $4.1tWi4.4n; lexuns mm
at f.1.41114 31.
Biikkp Hoei'lptrf, 2.HO0; itcsdy; common to
("atti.h flood ilenuind:' prlcos a hndo
hlirhor for bent gradt:; irond to cboloo steers,
fri.i.Vi0rt.4): ( aind.i stix'kers, :i.r.04.00.
Bhskp Miirknt stfU'ly. rominon to choice
sbeop, fJ.iO M.0; Wo.icrn lumbs, 4.4iii4 76;
CtintKla lumbs, $3.HI5.00.
Hons Market itoi ly, with fair demand:
Yorkers, f t.unA.rH: lihtdo, fl.ilViili.W; pood
medium, '.0oyA.lS; eho ou, f.25; pigs, $4,804
Cattlk rtoeolpts. 4,000; firmer: ramie cattle
SftlOo hluhur; exports, ao.lo.W.Mi (rood to
enotco snippinir, f..wtfn.ii)i common 10 me-
autKM.rtO; r.txlprg, J.7fKcJ4 n; nows,
trrass Texas sterrs, tl.taOQ.I.OA,
Hoos Receipts, S,iHKl; opwiod lowor; closed
strott ?r; lotsot 810 to illft pounds avernffo
at 4.50ij4.M) tnnlnly, f4.fkKft4.ito.
8hmki Rixiplpts, tiioi-o aoMve; fnlr to
good, tt.VHti:x uominon to medium i!.0OU
Money and Btook StArktt.
Maw Yoiut. OotoboriT Monnrlocr oonti
exoiiantro quint; Uovernmont ttronirt cur
ireiiey, ti'1 11 bid; 4's. coup ins, K bull
do., Ut'i bid. The nook insiknt
loixMinil dull In ttin curly traillim, Tho t-ooo
Wik, prlcMm (loollnlnif ' to H por emit. After
the tlrnt call, tho bulls plxood a number of
purport fur orders In tlw market, wbtoh re
jmliod In HtronaMUcnlnir tbe to no and onuslny
Ian ad vi two of H to 1 per oont. Tbe )m4
hrhM tn maiiiMd Hliorily hvfore nooni bus
me.tfce startwaMS beea mi1 au4 rental
Cleveland and Hendricks,
. COSTISCED FttQM FOURTH PAOB.
T)n2. Tbe line thus formed continued to
march up Broadway without gtiuing any
additions till it arrived at Wall street, when
it wag joined by the shipping and commisioa
merchants, numbering over twenty-six hun
dred stalwart stevedores in their working
ticked, together with a body of 400
'longshoremen. This branch of the parade
was beaded by the Niutb Regiment bsnd.
Tbree-fiitbs of the members of this club
are Republican!. A.t Liberty street a large
and magnificent banner bearing the
POHfUAlT OK CLEVELAND AND BENDBirKS
wis unfurled by Republicans as a token of
encourngement to those paneling; The
cheers at (bis time were deafening sad
rose in one continuous swell from that point
to Madison Square. At Maiden lane tbe
jewellers' Cleveland Association, 500 strong,
and the leaf tobacco dealers, fell into line;
at Dey street the mechanics and traders,
and the building exchanges, numbering
640 men, joined the procession ; at Chambers
street the West Side merchants' club, S20
men, and the Hardware Merchants' Associ
ation, fell into line with 310 men ; at Worth
street and adjacent streets overflowing with
enthusiasm, were fifteen thousand men
who bad stood an hour waiting for
the procession to arrive; these men were
the members of the Cleveland Wholesale
Dry Gbods Club. Fully 57 percent of them
This immense body was divided up into
several divisions each headed by a band.
11. B. Ciaflin had expected to march with
the Cleveland men from bis store, but being
suddenly called cut of town, Mr. Van
Valkenburg took his place. At Fourteenth
street the last addition to the parade was
mvle by the Retail Dry Goods Association,
numbering 1,740 men. This club was not
canvassed, but some of its members stated
that over half of them voted for Osrfield
in 1880. The procession from first to last
was an imposing one all the men in line
witre Cleveland and Hendricks badges
of various designs aad carried light bam
bno canes at shoulder arms. As tbe line
passed up Broadway it was met by a con
tinuous ovation. The various clubs pa
raded in files of thirteen abreast averaging
five feet apart, end marched at the rate of
three miles an hour. At 11th street and
Union Square, the crowd was so dense that
it was delayed twenty minutes while the
police opened a passage way. The enthu
siasm here was of the wildest description
and was a continuous cheer which was
taken up and passed along the line for
blocks. In front of tbe Worth monument
at 25th street a reviewing sjand bad been
erected which was filled with many of
NEW YOUK'S MOsT DISTINGCISHED CITIZENS
At this point tbe scene was simply inde
scribable, and will live long in the memo
ries of those who witnessed it. The line
passed before tbe stands in martial order.
During the entire line of march the par
ticipators in the parade bad at times assist
ed the bands and at others drowned them
out by smiting in marching time, "Hang,
bang, bang Jim Blaine," varied by "Left,
left, Jim Blaine's left." Various portions
of the procession, just before reaching tbe
reviewing stand, stuck on their canes large
pieces of paper, and as they passed the
sUnd they set them on fire as a token of
their appreciation of Jim Blaine's wisdom
in destroying documentary evidence. The
bead of tho procession reached the re
viewing stan is at 4:15 marching at a rapid
paco and it was G o'clock before the last
division passed. A close estimate showed
that 32,000 men were in Hop, evety one
of whom are voters and 18,000 had voted
for GarQeld in 1880. From Uie reviewing
stand at 25th street tho march contin
ued to 30th street, whero they disbanded.
Ia front of headquarters of the Republican
national committee rooms at 242 Fifth
avunuo the procession were treated to an
ovation of hisses by a band of a hundred
toughs, said to have been hired for the pur
pose. The paradcrs passed by without no
ticing tbe insult except by drowning the
hiss6s with cheers for Cleveland. Some of
tho younger mon, however, after the dis
banding, took their revenge by gaMfenng
in front of Blaine's committee rooms and
amusing themselves by burning papers on
the end of their sticks. J. B. P.
"Delays have dangerous end," tho 'm"
mortal William doth declare. IUvu you a
cold or cnUah, a hoarseness or sore throat?
Beware t Tako Dr. Bull's Couiih Syrup;
oon t delay, and all tho cough and soreness
will soon pass sway. Get it at once! You
may be worm another day.
Full In To-Nteht!
TI10 following is tho lino of inarch ot
tho Republican torch-light procession to-
nigt: Forming with right on cast sklo of
Fourth street and Washington avonuo at
7:15 p. m., will march up Washington
ftvenuo to Twentieth street, east on TwcntI
eth to Commercial avenue,soutli on Com
ruorclut hvjiiuo to Eighth street, east on
Eighth street to Levee, south on Leveo to
Fourth street, west on Fourth slrewt to
Commercial avtnuo, north on Commercial
avunuo to Eighth street, west on Eighth
street to Washington avenue, (lienors north
on Washington avenue to Tenth street band
stand. Citizens are requested to decorate
their housos, especially along the Una of
- For a Good. Meal ,
or a good room, go to DeBaun's, 56 Ohio
On account of the low prico of flour, I
have increased ths size and weight of my
oaves an I now oiler to the public a larger
oat 01 better quality than any baker in tbe
city. Frank Kbatkt.
For the Best Oysters,
go to DeBuuo's, BO Ohio levee.
Special Term ot tie Circuit Court.
A special term of tne circuit court of
Alexander county, in the state of Illinois,
tor the transaction of common law, chan
cery and criminal business has been this
day called to convene at the court house in
the city of Cairo on Monday, November
lUtD, 1084, at a o'clock 1 31.
Alex II. Ibvln, Clerk. .
Cairo, III., Sept. 20th, 1884.
Open Bay and Niffht.
DeBaun's restaurant, 58 Ohio levee, tf
Insurance is a good thing whether ap
plied to life or property. No less a bless
ing is anything thit insures good health.
Kidney-Wort does this. It is natures great
remedy. It is a mild but efficient cathar
tic, and acting at the same time on the
liver snd ki'iuejs and biwels, it relieves all
these organs and enables thein to perform
their duties perfectly. It has wonderful
powers. See aavt.
A Startling Discovery,
Mr. Wm. Johnson, of Huron, Dak., writes
that his wife had been troubled with acute
Bronchitis for many years, and that all
remedies tried guve no permanent relief,
until he procured a bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs,
and Colds, w hich had a magical effect, and
produced a permanent cure. It is guaran
teed to cure all Diseiscs of Throat, Luogs,
or Bronchial Tubes.
Trial B ttles Free at Barclay Bros.' Drug
Store. Large Size $1.00. (5)
Only tbe Best Brand of Uysters, '
at DeBiun's, 50 Ohio levee. tf
tfucKieu's Arnica salve
The Best Salve In the world for Cuts,
Cruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
dores, letter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It ia guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents pur box. For sale by Barclay
Look for the Ked Liglit,
at DeBaun's 56 Ohio levee.
An End to Boue Scraping.
Edward Shepherd, of Harristmr,
says: "Hnvini: received so much benefit
from Electric Bitters, I feel it my duty to
let suffering humanity know it. Have bad a
running sore on my leg for eight years; my
doctors told me I would have to have the
bone scraped or lew amputated. I used,
instead, three bottles of Electric Bitters and
seven boxes Bucklen's Arnica Salve, ar-d
ray lc is now sound and well.
Electric lilt ters are sold at city cents a
bottle, and Bucklen's Arnica Salve at 25c.
per box by Barclay Bros. (5)
Ladies Bhoukl use a Hop Plaster over
tbe small of the back, as it cures all paioa
and aches. 25 cts. at atiy drugstore. All
ready to apply. (8)
A Fair Ofler.
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.
offer to send Dr. Dye's Voltaic Belt and
Applicauces on trial, for thirty days, to
men, old or younir, alllicted with nervous
debility, lost vitality and kindred troubles.
See advertisement in this paper. 3
NfYou will be happy. Make your
old thinRB look like new'by using the Dia
mond Dyes, and you will bo happy. Any
oflhe lashlonnble colors for 10c at the
druggists. Wells, Richardson & Co.. Bur
If You Do!
If you want to sell anything,
If you want to buy anything,
If you want to increaso your business,
If you wnnt to hire anyone,
If you want a situation,
If you have a houso to rent,
If you want to rent a house,
Advertise in The Cairo iTcllktix.
Advice to Mothers.
Are vou disturbed at niuht and l'-.ken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth? Iff,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins-
low g Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will ro
lievo tho poor little sufferer Immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there U
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhrea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens tho gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrjip for Childreii Teething
is pleasant to tho taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of tho oldest and best femnle
nurses and physicians iu tho United States,
and is for sale by all druggets throughout
the world. Price 2.'i cents a bottle.
For the Cure of Coughs, Coldnj
Hoarseness, Bronchitis.Croup, Influ
enza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In
cipient Consumption and for the re
lief ofcons'umptive persons in advan
ced Rtaees of the Disease. For Sale
by all Druggists. rrice, a$ Cents.
tpUE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Banking: Business
TI1G9, W. IIALUDAY
ENTERPRISE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVIXGS BANK.
TIIOS. W. 1ULL1DAY,
Joiuniercial Avenue and Eighth Strett
F. BHOS3.PriJent. V. N2Kr VleePres'tt
U.YVKLL8, CasMor. T. i. Kerlh, Am't cash
. EroM Cairo I William Kluie. .Culre
Peter Neff " William Wolf.... "
(.', M Ontcrloli. ...... " I C. U. Patter. .... "
B. A. Under " 1 11. Wells. .
J. Y. Clem'on, Caledonia.:
A GENERAL BANKING BL'SISEs8 DOE.
Exchange ro'.d and boneht. Iutoruit paid ii
the Saving Department. Collecilona in ad 11 am1
ali huatnuiei promptly attended to.
JJB. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, ill.
VAr-OB, ELBCTP.O-VAPOR and HBDICATKD
A lady In attendance.
Jl 31. IJAUHELL, M." D.
OFFi('K-EaM Side CommcrcUl, below Sth St.
K W. WH1TLOCK,
OTnci No. 136 Commarclal Atenne. between
?r'j and Ninth Street.
O. PARSONS, M. D
OCULIST AND AURIST.
OFFICE-Clty Drag Store, Carbondale, 111.
en St. Charlti Su 8T. LCDIS, U0.
A rairulnp Ornrinnt oi two medical
colkiit'i, Iim boeu loimei eiiiraKdU in tna trrat-
nicut of L'lironi, Nrvou, HUln nnl
IJlooil L)Iom- tlmn any other physician In
rt. I.ouli. atctly papert iliow und all vlft rott-
driita know, ('oiitiiltntlnn atotr.ra or by n.all,
rrand liiritwl. A frlrnill Ulk or hm opinion
cmta noihlnir. When 11 In I'icoi.vculvnttoTkilt
the city fur trraliiii'iit, nii-illi'lnea :an bt Nnl
liynmllnr xprc evervwhi'ic Curabln om
iruaraiitei'ili wlier doubt xlkU.. I frankly
atatttd, Call or Write,
Ntrrona Pmiit ration, Pnhlilty, Irnta an J
Vhyilral ffaaknMi, Wrcuilal aad JJthrt
aflf tlowaot Throat, Hklnaw4 Bowm, Klood
Impirltlai and Blood Polaonlai;, ikla k9v
tloni, Old Borfi aad I'lcam, )mptillmnt U
Marrtaga. Rumatlm, Pllf. Wparlal
Untloa U aM from cwi-workfd Main,
BinOICAL CASKS malra apwlal atUatloa.
Dlf aM arUlny from lwprndnrM,Jjxyij
lddultaci or Expoaurst,
It It ioir-avldmit that a phrilctan raylnK
parllviilnr attention to a claof caw-i attalna
urcat skill, ami phytlrlani In ri-aulur pracllra
allorertlncfintry aiiowlnir till. fraa'MiHT
raconimniui v-.a to the oMt-it oltli-f If A oioru
ea,whi.rery known ai'pllance it i tortve
to,aiidthaprovilKooarinilt" or aU
atffn and cniiitrlc are un-il, A wliole linnte i
lifd iorolttce piirpoict, and all are treated emit
kill In a rNclrnl iimiineri and, kuow.ni
whattodo, iiociierliuenuarniade. tn i.o
count of tha great nnnioi-r aiplylnr, tin
eharirea are kept low, often lower than fa de
nianited r other. If you neon re the ikll t nt
f-eta needy and parterl life ouro, that :a:h
mpor ant matter. liiiipUlat, M pagvi. Siut
10 any auurwe irro.
LLWOIS CENTRAL K. E
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv Lino Itunnmu
Making Dikeot Conneotiom
Tiuitit Lsavs CiiHo:
iiiWlunln 8t.LoaUS.U0 a.m.; Chicago, H 80p.iL.i
CminecilDfr at Odin and BIBnKtiam frr Cloelo
natl. LoniKTille, Indianapolis and potvta East. a
12:25 p. m. Vwnt St. I.oui land
An-ivlnuln St. Loots 6: 15 p. m.,and conncctln
for all polnta Wuat.
3:4r p. m. I-'ast Kxprciati.
For St. Lonls and CblcaKo, arriving at St. Lout
10-15 p. m., and Chicago 7:i0 a.m.
3:45 p. m Cincinnati Kai-ess.
Arrlvlnir at Cincinnati 7:00 1. m. j l.oniBvllli 5:'iJ
a. in.; Indiaiiapoilo a m. Pasi-cLBcr by
tin train rcfii.n tbe above pumta 12 to 30
llOUKb In advatice of any other rc-nte.
fjyThe a:45 a. m. exprem baa PULLMAN
SUbEflNd CAK from Cairo tn Cincinnati, wltb
ont cbantr.ea, and tbrough aleepur to St. Loilf
Fast Tirno Kast.
Pn octm rrniu h thit llDe K tnro"n t0 ?'",u
I aSClIJj;t. 13 eta polnta witnont ao? delay
caused by Sunday Intervening. Tbe Saturday after.
joon train tnm Cairn arrives in new Vork Monday
nornlugatl0:8!i, Tblrty-elx boiiratn advance ol
nv other route,
lrF(ir tbronsh tlckota and furtbei lblnrmatiOB
ipIratIUmola(JeDlrKl Railroad Depot, Cairo.
J. II. JONES, Ticket Axeiit.
A, u. CANSON. Gen. Paa.Aeont. Chtcaeo
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. K.
Tralna de:i t. Train arrive.
tMail -..4:21 a. tr. ifMalu 4:Ua. m.
Kiprcn VM p. ru 1 Ttxprcm 11:40 a. m,
JSl Loula f x lJ;'o P. m. i tSt Lor.l Ex p. m.
I. C. B. R touincrn Division;
tMall 4:45a.tu ItN. O. Kx il:ln a. nj.
tKxpreea W::t0a in. I tN. O tx.. 11:10a.m.
fACCOUl d p,UI. II.l.U. HI ... UJ,
tKxprt-a lnniOp.m. I tExptef ,8:lp. m.
StL. Mall ... 8:0-p.m. tbt.L. Mall. .,:) a.m. '
tSt. L. ax 9:05 a. m tat. L. Ex...:Wp. m.
w., st. h. a r. n. it.
Mall 4 Ex 4:(0a.m. I 'Mall Jt Ex ., . 30p.m.
Acconi 4'.tWp.in. Aeco'n ..1U:H0 a.m. 1
Frl(ht 1 :4S a.m. Krelnht. :4S p.m.
MOBILE OHIO H. R.
Mall .i K: a.m. I MhII 4-IPn.m.
Express llMHia.m Expr 10:C-'p m.
Dally except Huortay.
AUR1VAI. AND DEPARTVEE OF MAILS.
Arr at I Dcp'r
X. O. I Tm PC
I. C. K. K (tlrouchlock mall), o a. in
' ..n.tiOa.m 8p, m.
" (way mall) 2 li'Jp.m. 9p. m.
(Houthcru Dlv 4:30pm. p. m.
Iron Mountain Ii. it .vo- p. m. 9p. ra
Wahaeh K. H tt a.m. 9 p. ra.
Texae S St. Louie It. K U linoi t a. m.
Bt. LoiilaACjlrolt.lt 4 p. m II a.m.
Ohloltlver 3 p. m i p. m
Miea liiver arrive Wed, tSat. A Mou.
" drpBrta Wed , Krl. Jt Hua.
PO. gen del. op n from T:30am 107:31) pm
P.O. box del. oi.cr Irom fit. in t"tji. ra.
Hunday tree. do!, opul lrom....Ha. m. to Ilia. ni.
Bundava hox del. opun from. ... a. m. tc 10:30 am
trKOTE.-ChaniKa will M puhllat.d from
time to time in city papers, llungo your carda ao
cordlURly. VM. 41. MUKI'HY F. M
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, Hi):i, Under the
Law or 1883.
Sacceiiorto Wldowa and Orphan Mutual Atd So
ciety, o ganlaud July 4th. 1;7, umle?
tha lawi of IU?.'.
JOIIS II. KOI1INSON I'reaidot.t
WM. 81 ltAl' i' N vic.vrniaoni
J. A. UOLK8TINK...
V. W. I)UNIM....
HOARD OF PIUECTORS koh 1st YEAR.
Wm. Strulton.Ntr tton .1 Itlrd, iroiet, Cairo, HI.
J. A. (toiiUtlue, nltiolilHtinu .V UiMci.wuiur, whole.
ealuandnt.il dry (ioidi'. W. Dbnnicv, M. I.
l'roi. ltd. Med fit., fur 1" i-nolitiip ; Alhurt Lewli,
commleelon mercbaiili J. II HoMnaou, county
Jiiclo an notary puhllcj Wm. 1'. l'ltchir, o)m.
hroker and lnuriiiu aifeut; It. II. lUI'i), fli
altei t anpervlNor; M. I'h llt a, carpi titer and htilid
er; 'I botnna Lewi", aliornov and aerrutarv I K. V.
I'luro'.Hiiornevnt-law, DiiQnoln III. ; K. C. Paca
rabler of t'entiiinial Khiiu, Aehlvv, ill. Alhert
Havden, caehh-r nf Uuorue Coiine ly A Co.. Mprlnir
nmil, II II. M vt unn, attorney-Ht-lnw, liltt 1U.V
do:ph atreet, Chlcnifoi lion. Itoht. A. liatcttor, t-loriirv-nl
lftw. t'hurleeloii. Mo t 1. l.ciahtOQ
clni-r Klret Ntttloiml i'atik, btunrt.
. i V . A. '
ElKtrTa ApplltMH art im 30 cy' irw.
TO MEN ONLY, YCUN3 0 OIIL
ViuTm WaTiaWaaaia.iidil ilioe
.t5 Tlenee. i-lr rllf ea-l enniewt rear.
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