Newspaper Page Text
Tub daily uamo bulletin. TiiUnrfDAv MoiiNiNd; ootober so, mi.
Uneatlsiactory Results of the Eleo
tlon to the Reichstag From
The Vatio&n Said to Disapprove and Do
plore the New Movement of the Irish
Bishops ia Favor of Parnell.
Treachery of Batbl Bazouks, Who Desert
in a Body to the Abyssinian
Bkrun, October 29. The l'rogresnlHtH
are disappointed at the.rcnult of .the Ber
lin election yesterday for lnemburs of the
lU'lchstag. Hecouil ballots will be re
quired la four diistrictu w hich they hitht r
to carried. This result is attributed to
the Socialist voU', which showed an in
crease of 88,000, while there wan a decliue
of 10,000 in the Liberal vote. Many sec
onds will be required throughout the
The election returns come In slowly.
lU portH from various urban districts in
dicate the election of eight members of
the party of the Center, three Conferva
tives, three Natioual Liberal, three New
(ierman Liberal and six Socialist. In
three other dbrtricts the votes are Mat
tering. New ballots will be required.
PARNELL AND TIIK VATICAN. '
London, October 2'J. A Home corres
pendent of the Timet Htates that the Vati
can disapproves and deplores the new
movement of Irish Bishops In favor of
TRKACIIEROl'S DAMI1I IIAZOIK3.
Cairo, October 29. It is learned that
UfUy Bashl Bazouks, who were dispatched
from Massowah, In pursuit of marauders,
have deserted in a body to a band of
Abyssinian brijraiuls. Two European
are held as prisoners by them in the
hopes of securing a ransom.
Paris, October 29. M. Carrey has been
appointed French Consul at San Francis
co. M. Vanvert de Mean, whose place ho
takes, retires with the rank of an officer
of the Legion of Honor.
ON TDK WEST COAST.
Shocking Particular! of the Great Storm
Oil Lower Calilornia.
San Francisco, Cal., October 29.
The following further particulars of the
disastrous storms on the coast of Lower
California were learned this morniug.
The news was brought here by the
captain of the steamer New
bcra from Guaymas. He says the
steamer Kstado de Sonora left Macallan
September 2l'th. The first storm broke
out on the following day. It raged with
such terrific fury that the Kstado
was unable to pnt back. It Is sup
,oed she rolled over and went
town with fifty-seven souls aboard.
Nothlug was ever heard of passengers
or crew. October Hth the Newbern
passed a large quantity of wrecked stuff
near the entrance of the Gulf of Califor
nia. Among it was a pilot house, with a
band attached. A lot of brass-work
had been picked up by the natives of
San Joc Island. They had stripped off
aU the wood part and burned
it, leaving only the brans work. There
were no marts on any of these, but It is
believed they were all from the wrecked
Kteamer. Some brass work was nent to
Guaymas for the purpose of Identifying
It. The Estado was commanded by Cap
tain Bode nephew of Captain Charles
Wilson, formerly Spanish Consul at this
THE SKCOKU STORM
began October 7 and lasted three days.
It was more violent even than the first.
The only particulars are from Capo St.
Lucas. As reported last night, there
was such a tremendous sea running that
the Newbern was unable to touch at
the Cape. Sho panned through fields of
loose candles, supposed to be part of
the cargo of the schooner Dora. Out
of all the small coasters only one has been
heard of, a small sloop, name unknown,
with five souls aboard, two of whom were
Raved s a young boy, son of M. Green,
manager at Cape St. Lucas, and a sailor.
Of the nine schooners lost there were the
San Tope, San Pedro, Cisno and Antonio.
The names of the five otliore are un
known. niVING'S SPUYTKX DUYV1L.
Blatorlo Ground Disposed of at Auction
Nkw York, October 29. A plat of
twenty acres of laud, comprising tho
thickly-wooded promontory at the North
westerly extremity of this island at tho
Junction of tho Hudson Rivur and Spuy
ten Duyvll Creek, was sold at auction to
day for $75,000. The purchaser was S.
N, Warner. This is the preco of land to
which Irving refers In his "Ilhitory of
New York" as "The promontory which
projects Into the Hudson" and from
which Van Corlear, tho famous trumpeter
of old Peter Stuyvesant, attempted, "in
npito of the devil," to swim across tho
dark and stormy waters of tho creek to the
West Chester shore.
The Missing Maasdam
New York, October 29. No Informa
tion further than that received last night
has been received about the burned
Btcanier Maasdam of tho Netherlands
Steam Navigation Company. There were
on board the crew of fifty men and 160
rowHcucers. The passenger list Is ex-
pected to bo received here Saturday. Tho
Maasdam was dim. in ioia ai iwnircw,
Scotland, and was a three-dockt'd, bark
ricged screw steamer, of .1,730 tons
Apply to Overaeera of the Poor for
LKwrsTOM, Mk., October 29. On ac
count of tho shutting down of tho mills In
this city there is considerable- distress
among the dlsnhargud operatives. Over
Accra o( the poor report tbat tho applies
ticais tor assistance have tncreaMd rap
idly. Fortar Mraona left tor Canada on
Muie'um Buxtilngl '
CiirCAuo, III., October 29. The Chi
cago Museum, comer of Clark and Klnzle
streets, 1h burning.
On Saturday Next.
Lexington, Ky., October" 29. The
trial of Maud S. to beat her record Is
now set for Saturday next. Hubert
Bonner himself Is coining in a day or
The New Secretary oi the Treasury.
Washington, I). C, October 29.
Hugh McCullough, the newly appointed
Secretary of the Treasury, was at the de.
parment for a short time to-day, but did
Another Locomotive Engineer Killed. ,
Baltimork, Md., October 29. A freight
engine on the Baltimore & Ohio Hallway
exploded at Locust Point this morning,
instantly killing Engineer Joshua Dixon
and Fireman David liurke, The engine
Is a total wreck.
General Dealer Aaalgned.
Fort Smith, Ark., October 29.-
Ilassett, dealer fn general merchandise
at Alma, Ark., assigned yesterday. Lia
bilities, $3,000; assets about the same.
General depression in trade and demands
by commission men forced the assign
ment. A Water Famine.
CciNTOocooK, N. II., October 29.
Owing to the drought in this vicinity a
water farnino Is threatened. People are
drawiug water from the river for domestic
purposes. In case of fire the city would
be in great danger.
DL'Bi'4t:E, Ia., October 29. There is
trouble at the registration ofikx- over the
discovery of several names of non-voters.
Mrs. Kenneally, Dubuque's oldest set
tler, died this morning.
Clark's large skating pavilion opened
C. S.' Wilson, while attempting to board
a moving train near the round house,
missed his fixting and fell under the cars
and was killed.
Censured lor Neglect.
Niagara Falls, October 29. In the
case of the accident on the Canada South
ern & Montrose, a few miles from here on
Sunday evening, in which Conductor
Thayer was killed and his brother badly
injured, the Coroner's Jury brought In a
venlict censuring the switchman for neg
lect of duty and the conductor of the
freight for not observing due watchful
ness and diligeuce in the discharge of
his duty. No action of a criminal nature
has yet been entered against the parties
censured, but the County Crown Attor
ney is likely to prosecute them.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOUF.R 29, lwt.
Grain and Provisions.
Cotton Meailv: niWl illtnir, AW-aioc.
I'MirK-Mf-mly ; XXX to choice, fc.MO'tf.t.IS;
Whkat Firmer; No. 2 Hed, 7Ifc77Sc; No,
3 Ue'l, i.S KlT',e.
0)KK Ixiwi r; No. 2 mixed, Keaioc; No. 5
wlitto mixed, ,"'.
Oats steady; No. 2, gf.'jc.
Kyk Nominal : No. 2. 51 a.'..'p.
TinA(Vo Urm; luirs; counnon to eholre,
Ji.isKin.oo; li-Hf; common red leuf, ii.Ma lu.
Ou: me. II u in to uoo S'liulM"!.
Ha v I'rnlriP, f'j.SkfaW.!) fur prime toclioloe
new ; clover mixed, $7.m'i lo.oo (or common to
prime; prune new tluiotliy, iu.uea ii.uu; iuii
"Urn kk steady ;cholop to funry creamery,
231c ; dnlrv, choice to funcv, 21 a 2'iC.
F.oca steady; Ireitn stock, lTS'olsc per
Put atoks Finn for choice; common dull;
common to cholc, SO'aJoc.
1'ubk Hull ; new mean, f l.V23 15 50.
Lauii yulet; prime steam, 6','a't.
Iuco.h Lonirii, Uc; shorts, loc; clear ribs,
9 Value, all packed.
Nv'ooi, Tub-washed, choice, 20c; fair, 27c;
dlmry and low, fc L'nwanhed C hoice me
dltnu, 2iS'21c ; Kood aveimo medium, Is'i
l!c; sclectel l!ht tine, 17'tfisc; cood avernu'B,
!Mrl7c; heavy, U'aM; comiilnt.', ouartcr
lilood, 20'a21Se; comhlnK, low Kraues, Iti'd
IlltiF.s Steady and firm; drv flint, lU'i'a)
M'.c; damaned i;n,'6l:ic; hulls or Mans
flint, Vk-; salted. He; clue stock, fn (ireen
Kulted, He; damiik'cd, 7c; veal calf skins, II ',cj
bulls or stags, tic; ureen, uucured, 7'a7'-aC;
dainaved,Ac; Klue, ;le.
shkkp I'ki.ts Dull; trreen, 50W0c; dry.do,
4.1e; green shearliui'S, l,')'a:tiX'.
Wheat Weaker; No. 2 ltod, November,
M;c; December, sj;',c; January, W,cj Feb
ru h r v, W 'i c ; .May, !'5 l, c.
Coiin Firmer; November, .12 '.'e; Decem
ber, iM'4e; January 4c; .May. l',c.
T) ats Firmer; November, ;i2',c; Decemb'T,
Whkat Weaker; November, 7.V& 75 Vc ; Do
eher, 7i'p; Jaunnrv, 77,c ; May, S4',p.
Pons Firmer; October, 42c; November,
42'c; vear.HM'.c; May.SUt.c.
uats Meadv; October, 25I,'c; November,
2.'Ae; December, 2(il4'u2(1,c; year, 20,4e;
Slav, 2!' ',e.
I'oKK-stendv; October , $15.50; year, f 11.
27S; Januurv, 11.33.
Lahi Weaker; October, WW; November,
$tl.so; December, J0.S2H; January, Feb
ruurv.J7.im. Siiokt Kin October, $9.27',; November,
$ti.su; January, $3.'J5.
Live Stock Markets,
Cim 400, October 29. lions HpeelptH.2.1,
Oikj; miiiiket active, a shade Ivlnber; Unlit,
4.m l.i ; rouh packing, J4.15'a4.5,r; heavy
ipaekintr ami Bhippini;, '
' Cattlk liecelpls h.ikki; dull ; exports, $(!. 25
4N1.W; common to xood shlpplUK, 4.2.Va5.75;
Vttockers and feeders, j:l.00n I.IUI.
: Siikki' llecelpls:l,swi; 2.rie lower; Inferior to
Cattle Market dull; extra steers, flUO-ft
fi.4ii; ood to choice steers, i.").ii(i'nil.iHi; fair to
ixood native cows, $;).2f)fa;l.i.1; stockers and
'feeders, j:l.2.1'o 4.2.1.
Siikki' ami LA.M n Market dull and
Hteitdv; common to fair sheep, $MHi0:i.tM;
iooclto choice sticep, $:t.',Kirij .ro; medium to
:ood lambs, fl.ilir J.lii; choice western, JI.SO'c
4.; Canada, I.WK-i'.V.KI.
lloos Market dull: medium to fair York
ers, t.!H)'a.V; ttooil to extra, $4.flatf.1.uu;
butchers' grade, lf.).lUf.1.20; pls, $4.25'a4.50.
Cattlk Iteceliits, 4,!hki; natives steady;
rKtiifers weak and slow at low Lie lower; ex
port jn.laiort...1; good to cholco slilpplmr,
'fc.SO'ail.Oo ; eommou to medium, $.'i.lO'oS.iio;
feeders, $l.7.lwl.2S; eows, J2.)wS.2S; grass
TexaH steady at iL10W34lu7 Colorado half
'bred steers, $t.1ivU.ii.
Moos Receipts, 7.MH): weak and 2nc lower;
'lota of M) to ,m pounds average at $4.1.i4i
4.50 ; mainly $4.2.1'w4.34.
, mikki' Itueelpts, IW; nominally un
changed, Money and Stocks.
Nuw Yoiik, October 29. Money 2 per cent.
oxchunge tilet but linn, (iovernments
trtrong; currency sixes 127 bid; 4s, coupon
lilii bid; 4S do, ll.is blil, The slock market
oiHtned weaklin enrlyilradlUK and prices do
clined H to fi per cent, titnlnr somo pressure
toj niurket certain stocks. Ife-Aftcr tlie
llrstcnll, however, ii llrmer tone piTvalled
on supporting orders from the bull clli
by noon the ligures, except in the
of New York Central were up to V to I
wr cent, from the lowest point. The Mtoclt
named wan naceutlonully weak on selling by
room traders, wlio circulated u number ot
nnfavoraliie rnixrts rogiirdiug rutes betwiwn
it and tufl Went Slvoru. At tlxi MJim of wrH
laMe BiMeast was stroiiK but dull. j
BTAOH.B or THIS
River nurkei by the
port, at 2:12 p. m. yesterdsy,
10 feet 5
inches. Fall during previous
four hours, 0 foot 3 inches.
Chattanooga, Oct. 2!). Uiver 0 feet 10
uches and ribing.
Cincinnati, Oct. 29. River 3 feet 2
inches and fulling,
Louisville, Oct. 2'J.-Kiver 2 feet 11
inches and rising.
Nashville, Oct. 23. River 0 ft 5 inch
es and riBing.
Pittsburg, Oct. 29. River 0 foot 10 in
el ics and ribing.
St Louis, Oct.;29. River 17 ft 10 inch-
The prospect for a riso in the Ohio is
The Bayou Sara from New Orleans pars
ed up for St. Louis last night.
The City of Cairo from St. Luis pitted
down for Vickabura last night.
dpt. Jtindall Btllew is in the city and
leaves for St. Louis by rail to.morrow,
Tho Clyde, instead of the Fowler, Is do
ing a good outness and makes sciieuuie
The prettieat tug ever constiucted is now
buicg built by Capt. Ed. Murray, at Pa-
The City of New Orleans irom St. Louis
will report here to-morrow morning for the
Nathan Shaw, an old Anchor line man,
is now on the night watch at Bower's Euro
pean hotel as chief clerk.
Hugh Moore, chief engineer of iho Sarah
Elliott, left yesterday for his home at Pa
ducah. lie ha 1 on a regular dude suit,
Jim Erown, steamboat agent, will pass
through Cairo this week on shunting tour
Don't know whether he is hunting game or
the long lost boats that are corraled at
The Hudson from St. Louis is duo to
night for Paducah and reports here Satur
day evening on her return trip for tl Fu
ture City. See W. F. Ltmb-lin, passenger
agent, an 1 get cheap rates.
The Globe-Democrat correspondent must
have had a pair of ''double eyed specs"
when he repotted the highly colored Re
publican torch-light procession which dem
ons'rated here Tuesday evening.
Mr. i horn is wis rather extravagant in
his remarks Tuesday night, for a represen
tative of the people in the hall of Congress
Think he is rather shallow for the position
to which he husthe impudence to aspire
Yoa Would Be Very Foolish To
Order or Buy any
Solid Silyek and Silver Plated Ware,
Music Hoxes, Cutler v,
Jewelry, or Lamps,
Without firt sending 6ix cents for postage
and receivius the magnificently illustra
te! catslomic of the
MERMOD& JACCARD JEWELUY CO.,
Fourth and Locust Sts., St. Louis.
WrtEN in St. Louis call on thkm. 2)
At Glornico, altitude 1.SG0 feet, tho
Crst grapevines on the Italian slopes of
tho Alps wero seen. Tho villajo
churchyards aro adorned with littlo
painted chaiicls, sometimes as many as
four or fivo to a single cemetery. Tho
river has swollen to about 8,000 inches.
Tho mountains riso from 2,000 to 5,000
feet above its bed. Thero aro no ter
races as yet. Tho bed of tho river is
pared and wailed in with cubes of
stono. Etch Tillage has a stono church
with a clang of bells and n panel paint
ed on its front wall representing tho
crucitixion, tho Madonna, or somo
other religious sccno. Tho vines nm
trailed oil orbors supported by posts of
rough granito. No pieturesquo cost
umes; tho peasants aro all dressed in
modern clothes and rescmblo French
mon and women, only their hair is
moro commonly brown than black.
Many of tho men wear whito shirts,
and altogether present a moro thrifty
appenranco than I exfpectod. At liias
con, altitudo 1.1G0 feet, thero is a pub
lic hydrant at tho railroad station, tho
lirst instanco of such a convcnicnco
siuco leaving Paris. No whore elso
throughout Franco, Germany, Switzer
land, nor Italy, thus far, may tho trav
eler wash his hands or obtain a drink
of water without paying for it, Tho
valley is about a milo wido, and slgus
of gold-mining appear noar tho river
bars. Tho only damago it could have
dono to tho country was to lesson tho
cultivable portion of tho valley about
one-fourth of a milo. Slabs of flag
stones aro employed to lino and fence
in tho railway probably gchistoso
slnto. Tho Ticino hero looks liko tho
Upper Kern. Notwithstanding tho
guido-books, which describe this valley
us "richly cultivated, a succession of
gardons' etc., tho culturo thus far is
fragmentary and sparso, .consisting
chiefly of ryo aud hay patches on tho
Hats and little grapo gardens on ter
races. for. Sun trancisco Chronicle
M. Tusluur sucks up tho liquid con
tuiuing .no microbes o( rabies through
a glass tubo to lnoculato tho imfortu
nato nnluials who dio from hydropho
bia a few hours ntter tho poison is in
Ji!tad into their veins. This ho is nblo
to do with period safety, for tho rnbld
virus is ouly dangerous when conveyed
iulo tho BvsUmi through Inoculation.
Tho scientist is not yet oortalu ns to
whether urtilielal Inoculation nppliod
to ft subject wlio has already been bit
ton by a nnid dog would prevent tho
nppvnruuco of symptoms of hydropho
m - m
Tho Chinese say a largo noso indicates
shiowdnufls, hut we sny a rod noso and i
barki ng cough indicates tho need of a but
tlo of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
For u Good Meal
or a good room, go to DeBiun's,
On account of the low price of flour, I
have increased tho size and weight of my
loaves an I now olTer to tho public a larger
loaf of better quality than any baker in the
city. Frank Ivratky.
i i i lamia. j i i , ,
For the Ilest Oysters,
go to DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee. tf
Special Term ot the Circuit Court.
A special term of the circuit court ol
Alexander county, in the statu of Illinois,
lor tho transaction of common law, chan
cery and criminal business has been this
day called to convene at tho court house in
ho city ot Cairo on Monday, November
10th, 184, at 2 o'clock P. M.
Alkx H. Irvin, Clerk.
Oairo, III., Sept. 20th, 1884.
Open Day and Might.
DeBaun's restaurant, 50 Ohio levee.
A Startling Discovery,
Mr. Wm. Johnson, of Huron, Dak., writes
that his wife had been troubled with acute
Bronchitis for manyyears, and that all
remedies tried gtve no permanent relief,
until he procured a bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs,
and Colds, which had a mauical etlect, and
produced a permanent cure, It is guaran
teed to cure all Diseiees of Throat, Lungs,
or Bronchial luoes.
Trial B .ttles Free at Barclay Bros.' Drug
Store. Large Size f 1.00. (5)
Only tbe Bout Brand of Ureters,
at DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee. tf
iuck ten's Arnica Salve
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
feet satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
5 cents pur box. For sale by Barclay
Look lor the Red Light,
at DeBaun's 50 Ohio levee.
An Eml to lioue Scraping;.
Ednard Shcplterd, of HurrUlmry, 111.,
says: "llnvicy rcMiveu so niucD buneut
from hlectric Hitters, I teel it my duty to
let buffering humanity ktiott it. Iluve hud a
running S'Te. on my le' fcr eight years; my
doctors told me I would have to hhve the
hone scraped or lei amputated. I used,
instead, three Ixittlt-s of Electric Hitters and
seven box-s IJucklen'a Arnica Silvc, ard
ray le is now sound and wcU."
Electric Hitters itr: sold at City cents a
bottle, and llneklen's Arnica Salvo at 23c.
per box by D irclay Urns.
If You Do!
If you want to sell anything,
If you wimt to buy anything,
If you want to increase your business,
If you witnt to hire anyone,
If you wunt a situation,
If you have a houe to rent,
If you want to rent house,
Advertise in The Cairo Bulletin.
Insurance is a good thing whether ap
plied to life or property. No lets a bliss
ing is anything that insures good health.
Kidney-Wort decs this. It is nature's treat
remedy. It is a mild but efficient cathar
tic, and acting at the same time on tho
liver and kidneys and bowels, it relieves all
these organs and enables them to perform
their duties perfectly. It has wonderful
powers. See advt.
Ladies should uso a Hop Plaster over
the small of the back, as it cures all pains
and aches. 25 cts. at any drugstore. All
ready to apply. (8)
A Fair Oiler.
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.
offer to send I)r, Dye's Voltaic Belt and
pplicances on trial, tor thirty days, to
men, old or young, afllicted with nervous
debility, lost vitality aud kindred troubles.
See advertisement in this paper. J
-?7" You will bo hanpy. Mako your
oki thinus look like new by using the Dia
mond Dyes, and you will bo happy. Any
of Iho lashion'ible colors for 10c at tho
druggists. Wells, Richardson & Co.. Bur
Clu'iip Koines in Arkansas and Texas
Along tno lire ot the tft. Louis, iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Puciiic Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands ot
acreB of the choicest farming and grnzir.u
amis in the world, ranging in price Irom
$2.00 to $300 aud $4.00 per aero, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpaHsed
for salubrity ami comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkannis and Texas,
in 1882, and makeup your mind t go ani1.
sec for yourself when you learn that tho crop
fur i88ii is 00 per cent larger than that of
1882. Io those purchasing land owned h
the Company, and paving one-fourth, one
half, vt all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed lor money paid fortickct? or freight
over the Companies lines.
U. C. TowNiBNU. Ocn'l Pass. At.
St. Lnllts. M'.
For the Cure of Coughs, Cold.,
enza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In-j
ctpicnt Consumption and for the re-
lef of consumptive rcrsons in nil van-
ccd stages of the Disease. For Sale
by all Druggists Price, ?5 tents.
rjlHEUITY NATIONAL BANK.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A Geueroi Banking Business
Titoa, w. ii.vr.i.iuA.v
JjJHTERPRISE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
THOS. W. II AL.I.1DAY,
Tiy an O'er.
Uoiiiruerclal Avenue and Elglitb Street
K. BltOSS, 1'rnMilent.
II. WEI.LS, Cimlilur.
I T. J. Kerth. Am'I cant)
. Rtof . Catro I William Kbits. .C: Iro
PoterNcIl' " I Willinm Wolf.... "
V, M . (JHlerloh " I O. I). Putter "
K.A.Iluder " II. Welts '
J. Y. Clemon, CaledoDi."
A (5ENKHAL HANKING UUSINBUS DON K.
Kxcbans') po'.d andbo'iuht. IntoroH p'tlil tt
the havtiiK Depurtaient. Collection! made sod
kll hualnocs promptly attended to.
JJR. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, ill
VAl'OU, ELECTRO-VAPOR nd 11EDICATKD
A lady In attendance.
Y M. 1JAUKELL, M. D.
OFFICE East Etde Commercial, below 3th St.
)R. K. W. WHITLOCK,
urrua So. 130 Commercial
tt'b and Nliith Htrenu
PARSONS, M. D.,
OCULIST AND AUMST.
OFFICE-City Drill? Store, Carbondale, 111.
617 St. Charles St. til'. LOUIS, 110.
A firlBP Opnduit oi two mpdlcal
A,llncri.a. ItnAii Imiirnt pliirn iri(t 111 the trftt
lit or v iirontc, iMervou, p-itui nun
oorl uioae limn any oiui-r puynician m
n-r ii iv"
.mils. i-l l v tiniH-m iihnw umiatl ulit rosl
ileiita know. ('iiiimiltHtlnn dt office or br n.tll,
free anil lnrito-1. A frlpmlly talk or his opinion
costs noililiiK. When It l 1-ii-oi.vcnlpnt tovtalt
the city for treatment,. mi'illrliies ;hii le stent
iiynmll or express evervwhi-ie. Curahl osi-s
iriianiiilt-eil'. where doubt xtbtJ.. ia fraukly
stated. Call or Write,
Nervous Prostration, WeMilty, Itental anj
Vhyslfal Weakness, Heremlal ni ht
affections ot Throat, Kklnan Bones, K loo J
Impnrltlas and lllooil Poisoning;, Skin Aflee
tlons, Olil Hores and Ulcers, lmp(ilnienttj
Marriage, Kheumatlsm, I'lles. Speelal ;
tent Ion tt- cases from oter-worked Main.
M'BBICAL CASES refelvo special attention.
Disease arising from Imprudcncet. Kicesselj
IndulKoncot or Kipoiures.
It Is self-evlilunt that a plivslclan rsylnn
narlleiilnr altentlon to a class or ews attains
irrvat skill, and physicians In regular pract
all over tint country knowlnir this, freoienlly
recomniend ensus lo the oldest olllee li A mnrl
cu, wherocvery known niplii"ee Is itporlec
to, ami the prnvsdKond reiiidlo - of U
aKes and eonntrli-l are used, A whole hens IS
used ror olllee purposes, and all are treatml elllt
skill lit a respectful nmnnen and, ktiow.nii
whattodo, nocsperlineiitsaroinsde. da o
count of the an-al nmiilier apply Inr, t'la
charires are kept low. often lower than is t -liiainled
liy ofiers. If von secure the ski I l id
K "t a speedy and porteel life cure, that .auo
riiipnriaut matter. amplilct, Jo pages. Bnt
to any address free.
PLATES. I MARRIAGE GUIDE, i r'a
Klcirant cloth and Bill hlndlnir. Healed for 60
Cents In poslim'ior currency. Over nny w;iii
derftil pen ph-ures, trim to life, articles on the
foilowfiiB siiMoet"! Who may marry f who n tt
Physical decay. Wao
y. now nio and happiness may ua
Those, married or couteniplaiiiu
iiiurryliiK siiouiu resu ii. iinunni vo ue reai
by alf adult persmia, then kept under lock a i l
key, Popular edition, same as above, but papsr
cover and M pages, H cents by uiall, l mouov
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. K
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Clucaffo.
Tho Onlv Line llunnmK
Ma kino Direct Connkotion
TIUIN IliTl Cairo:
ArrlvluKlD fit.Lonla :00 a.m.: Cbica((O,8:0 p.n..
Conneciiru at Odin and Bfflnenam fer Cincin
nati, Louuvillo, lndianapolii and potf'l Kat.
1S:125 j. in. Fust fit. IiOul urn!
' Western Kpres.
ArrlvlnalnSt. T.ouU 8:45 p. tn., and conncetln,'
fur all points Weal.
3:45 p. m. Fast Kxpreas,
For St. Louli and Chlcaeo, arriving at St. Louis
10-15 p. in., andCulcjo7:'!Ua. m.
3:40 p.m. Cincinnati Kxprosa.
Arrlvinir at Cincinnati 7:00 a. m. I l.otituvllli 9:jS
m IndlanuDO lid J u a. m. runi'uiiKurt uj
tills train reae.h the above poitU lli
UOUKS In advance of any other route.
l-jr-Tha 8:45 a. m. oxprem hai PULLMAN
HOKEI'InO CAU from Cairo to Ctuclnnatt, with
out changea, aud through aleopera to St. Lo'llf
Fast Time Eaat.
PdccPTKrnva hJ thie lln8 KothroiiKh to Knt.
I aSScllJ;tlS em points without any delay
eatued by Sunday tntervenlnR. The Saturday after
aoon train fioui Cairo arriven in new York Monday
BornlugatlOjilO. Thirty-six hours In advanceol
dt other route,
IVFof throuEh tickets ana rurtnoi lniotmauoq
ipplv at Illinois Centra) Railroad Depot, Cairo.
fr r II tlWVU Tinlrut AuttTlt
A. n. nANSOH. Gen. Pass. Aaont. thlcaito
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CEMTUAL K. K.
Trains depart. Trains arrive.
tMail -....a:Sla.m. tMall -1:15 a. m.
Kxurecs l:4S p. ra. Tf-xprcss ii;- m.
St Louis Ex l-J;i!o P- m. I tat Lonla Ex i:U p. m.
I. c. H. It (Pouinern division;
fMail 4:45 a. m ItN. O. Ex ,.11:10 a. ru.
Kxi.resa lo::w a.m. tN.O. Ex... 11:10 a.m.
.. 8 45 p.m. tN.O. K 4:X0p.Ul.
ST. Ii. A I. M. H. R.
,.IO::iOp.ra. I tExprcsa H:lPp. m.
. H:0-p.m. ItSt.L. Mitil. ..:! a.m.
...9:o5 a. m tt. L. Ex.. .ti:ln p. m-
St L. Mall .
tSt. L. tx..
W., BT. L. A P. R. K.
Mall A lx.
,....4 :1 0 a.m
....") :45 a.m
Mall & Kx.. a.W'p.ro.
Kreinht ti:4ft p.m
MOBILE A OHIO R
...B:2ia.m. I Mall.
Express 11:00 a.m.
l)aily except Sunday,
10:0 p m.
AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
P. O. I rn PU
6 a. in. j ........
11:nia.m 8p. ro.
I. C. R. R (through lock mail).
" (way malt)
" (Southern Dlv. ...
Iron Monntaln K. It .
Wahaeh 11. K
Texas St 81. Louie R. K
8t. Louis & Culro li. It
..S i!'p.m. 9 p. m.
..4:40p.m. Ip. m.
..hiO-ip.m. 9 p. m
.. o a. m. 9 p. ra.
.. li noon J a. ni,
..4 p. m II a.m.
,.s p. m a p. m
Ml htver arrives Weil., Hat
dentins Wed . Fri. tfc Hun.
P O. eon del. op. n from 7:30 am to7::ii) pm
P.O. box del. open from Ha. m. toWp. ra.
Sundays gen. del. open Irom.. ..8a. m. to 111 a.m.
Bunilava box del. open from. ...6a. m. to 10:30 am
HJr-SOTB.-Chanwea will M pulilisbed Irom
time to tlmo In city papers. lani!o vour rams so
Cordiuly. WM. 31. MUltrlli.
. 1'. M
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, Under the
Law or luua.
Successor to Widows and Orphans Mutual Aid So
ciety, o ganlaed Juiy 4ih, 1877, uud)'
iho laws of lb'i.
jnilM II. ROlilNSON PresiduLt
WM. 81 KATi' N Vice Prtsidont
J. A. UOLOSTINK Tteaetm-r
f:. W. DIIsNIXi - Medical Adviser
THOMAS LEWIS Becmtttrj
BOARD OF DIRECTORS for 1st YEAR.
Wrr, Ul.nllM Htrntton . Illril. ( TO (' T S . I' ! TO, III.
J. A, doldstlnu, oHioldstlno Rosenwuter, whole
sale and ret ml dry goodie, w. uunuir.K. .ji. w.j
Pres. lid. Mod Kx.. for l'eiislotis; Albert Lewis,
commission merchant: J. H KoMiisou, coutiiy
Indue an notary public; w m. r. riicn.ir, com.
broker and Insurance ai?ent; K. 11. Ual'd, c tv
street supervisor; M. I'll I It I s.carpuneriinu imim
er; Thomas Lewis, attorney and -crrelary ! h. V.
P:erci.aitoriiev-Hw, Dulluom III. ; K. O. Pac
cahl.rr f centennial Bans Ashley, in. Ai"ri
llavden, caslil'-r ol Uuortfeconnnuy v-o., .-pnii
M i M. M Munn. tittorney-at-law, 1h Ran
dolph street. Cblcimo; llou. Kobt.A. llatcnor, at
tnmnv.at.Uw. Charleston, Mo.t h. LolBlltOU
cashiiir Klrst National Hank, htuurt. Iowa.
nrtel- AnnlUiAa air inf Mt 3l1 DjVl' ffUli
to mn orjiY, Y0UM3 os Old,
Viui Wastiim v sKsu. "id sit tb.. ilio-s
R,.n.i it iliseovuryuf ' Nim-tewu ivi.tury. -rdKstoi.c.forlVlw
WO IT A 10 mTl.,MAHAU,M!g)l.
OR a ,
I BEFORE V- AND -