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tllK DAILY- (JAIKO BULLETIN; DA V MoiiNlNti, OCTOBER 51,- 1884.
Reduction of Wages end Great
Depression In Trade In Dun
The Sentenoe of Mary Tigner, the Young
Hihilist, Commuted to Death
Agitation Against the Price of Bread In
FranceThe Movement Up
A FIVE I'EH CENT. REDUCTION.
Duadkj, October 30. The mill owner
have resolved to reduce the wages of op
eratives Ave per cent., owing to the long
continued depression In trade. Thousand
of working people are out of employ
ment, and the municipal authorities ar
devising measures of relief.
COMMUTED TO DEATH FROM CONHUMP'
Sr. Pktkiwui-ku, OcWber 80. Mary1
Figner, who was recently sentenced to
death for political offenses, and whoso"
wntence was commuted to banishment
in Siberia, Is dying of consumption.
IS IV AMERICA,
The Russian police believe that Ded
dleff, the assassin of Colonel Sudeikiu, is
TUB I'KiCK OK IWKAD IN FRANCK.
1'arih, October 80. Agitation Is In
progress against the prlco of bread. A
meeting of the bakers was held yesterday
to consider the request of the l'refect
that they should reduce the price. They
refused by a vote of 341 to 201.
IP THE NILE.
Cairo, October 80. There will be a
general movement of the British forces'
up the 'Ue next week. It Is reported
that two steam launches have been
wrecked In the cataracts.
CIIOI.KIU I.N THE LOWKP. SEINE.
Ito.MK, October 30. The appearance of
cholera In the Lower Seine region of
France has led Italy to establish a quar
antine against all ports from Dieppe to
Brighton Beach Races.
New York, October 80. The attend,
anccat Brighton Beach yesterday was
small on account of the Inclement weath
er. First Race Maidens of ail s-res, six
lurlougs: Thunderbolt, first; Typhoon,
second; Fellowship, tlil.e Time, 1:21.
Mutuals paid, $C6.
Second Race All a;;es, six furlongs:
Clara B., first; (Jnenlaixl, second; Carrie
Stewart, third. Time, 1 :18 1--'. Mutuals
paid, WA. 15.
Third Race All ases, one and one
quarter miles: Little Fred, first; Lytton,
second; Lltfsn, third. Time, 2:10. Mu
tuals paid, g'J.50.
Fourth jjace For beaten horses, ono
mile: Huron, first; Hartford, second;
Mtot, third. Time, 1:47 1-2. Mutuals
Fifth Rjice Three-year-ohi-i . and and
upwards, seven furlongs: George Singer
ly, first; King Fan, second; Hazard,
third. Time, 1:34 1-2. Mutual paid,
DIED OF TKICIIINOSIS.
Terrible Suffering of a Child Affected by
the Parasite. ,
St. Loiis, Mo., October 80. Lena
HalKTlaud, ten year of age died at the
Female Hospital Tuesday of trichinosis.
Tin days ago J.eua and her brother Rob
ert, eight years of age, were brought to
the City Dispeurfsry suffering from what
was at first thought to be rheumatism,
complicated with malarial fever. They
were sent to the Female hospital w hero
It was found that their muscles were
Infested with the trichina parasite. On
Inquiry It was found that the mother had
died a month previous to their sickness,
but the cause of her death was. not clear
ly defined. The family resided at Sec
ond and DeSoto streets and the dlseaso
was supposed to have been conn
munlcated by eating half cooked pork.
The little girl died after suffering fear'
ful torment, but the boy Is slowly Inn
proving and the physicians believe that
ho will recover. A post-mortem exam
ination shows that the muscles and tis
sue were fairly alive with the parasite,
Portions of the tissues were sent in to
Dr. Carson for microscopic examination
and experiment. This Is tho first well
defined case that has occurred for several
It EST FOK STOKEY.
Funeral of the Great Chicago Journalist.
Chicago, III., October 80. The fuuer
1 of the late Wilbur F. Storey took placii
this morning. The religious service!
were conducted at the Prahlo uvunul
mansion by Bishop Cheney, In the presl
cucc of a large number of friends and roll
stives. The deceased's remains were
conveyed by a special train on tho North;
western Railroad to Rosehlll Cemetery,
where they were placed In the fumlly
vault. Tho pall-bearer were lion.'
David Davis, Kllhu Washburn, General J.
YV. Singleton, Charles 11. Farwell, Jcsso
Spauldlng, W. II. Smith, Judges Lyman
Trumbull, Lylo and Dickey, Potter Pal
nier, Wirt Dexter, W. P. Nixon and J. YV.
Doane. Among the largo concourse at
the grave were delegation from the Press
Slab, Times office, and vurlous organiza
Fell Dead on Hie Doorstep.
Fall Rivkh, Mass., October 80. Lin
Ion Cook, one of tho oldest and best
mown Fall River manufacturers, died
mddenly lat night on the doorstep, just
laving returned from a walk. Ho wa
icvonty-thrco years old, and was Trcas
irer of the Robeson Mills, and Director
n several bank. He has been identified
4th Fall River manufacturing Interests
irer naif a century.
Blaine Gets a Cane.
Mattoo.v, III., October 80. At tbt
Catholic Fulr Blaine received l,8fi0votei
and Cleveland 1,820 votes. Blaine win
a gold-headed cane and the church make
nearly 800 bthe electlou.
Investigating the Mine Disaster.
Uniontown, Pa., October 80. Coroner
Battln has commenced the Investigation
Into tho Youngstown mlue disaster.
Three witness were examined before ad
journment. No light was thrown ou tho
cuuse which led to the explosion.
Terrible Ravage of the Hog Cholero.
Clinton, III., October 80. Hog chol
era ha been making sad havoc lu many
part of the county, several farmer hav
ing lost a many a 100 to 200 head of
hogs In two days' time. There seems to
be no ahatcment to tbo disease, aud It 1
spreading at an alarming rate.
Cut Sown in Time.
Detroit, Mich., October 80. Ex-Oov-ernor
Moses of South Carolina, who Is
under arrest charged with swlndliug Rev.
Dr. Rexford, Rev, Mr. Atterburg and
others, attempted suicide by hanging
himself in bis cell. He was cut down
aud will be tried this afternoon.
Bhookxyn, N. Y., October 80. Fire
this morning in; the stable connected
with the large brewery of Henry Kefer In
Schole street, caused a loss o! nearly
$50,000; fully covered by insnrauce. Fif
teen horses were burned to oVath, an Ice
machine costing $32,000 was also burned.
A Typo, Too.
Chicago, III., October 80. The dis
covery was made this morning that J. L.
Diven, a printer, lost his life In yester
day's fire on Michigan street and LaSulle
avenue. He returned with Carr, whose
tragic death wa reported yesterday, for
the purpose of ascertaining If all the
girls had escaped, and has not since been
seen. lie was thirty-two years old, and
leaves a wile and two children. lie ha
worked on several dully papers, and was
very popular among the craft.
A Colonizer Caught.
New Your:, October 30. Colonel John
J. Freeman, the founder of the Colored
Republican Association, was arrested to
day by order of the District Attorney
on a charge of violating the election
laws. The District Attorney claims
that he received Information that
colonizing Iwas beins carried on in
the Ninth Assembly District. Two col
ored detectives were put on the case, and
after a short lime they fouud that the
work of colonizing was being carried on
by Freeman, and hence his arrest. Free
man endeavored to get the detective to
register as living In his district. Attempt
ing to induce men to register illegally Is
a felony under the present election laws.
Grain and Provisions.
THllt-SDAY, OCTOHEH 30, 14.
ST. Lot' IS.
Cotton Steady ; middling, 98 10c.
Kl.oi R Heady; XXX to choice, $2.403.25:
W HKAT-steudy; No. 2 Red, 7777,S'c: No.
8 lied, V'i"e.
Corn Lower; No. 2 mixed, 3SVB39l,'cj No",
white mixed, 4.!aUe.
oits sternly; No. 2.2m,e.
Km Lower; No. 2, Sue,
ToiiAcoi Mnn ; luirs; common to choloe,
jn.Ui'd lo.Ui; leaf; common red leuf, J7.5(M 10.
00: medium to frond f.i.imo l".on.
May I'rslrle, W.SMt in..vi for prime torholce
new ; clover mixed, $7.(mk IO.uo for common to
prime; prime new timothy, 510. Wall. (hi; fan
cy, Sli.lsi 1:1.00.
ItrriKK steady ;eholee to fiinev creamery
2i.'n ;',;; dairy, choice to fancy, tlviiv.
Kiln Steady; fresh stock, 17.H&1S0 pel
I'otatoks Finn for choice; common dull;
common to choice, 30rloc.
1'okk Dull ; new ineuM, Jl.VJ.Vd 15.50,
I.ahu ynlet ; prime t-tcain, ti4o.
IUooN Lonfrs. 9t,c; shorts, 910le;
clear ribs, ,c, all packed.
Wool Tub-wa.ihed, choice, 29c; fair, 27c;
dlntry and low, i5c. I'nwiif-hcd ( lioli-e me
dluiii, 2H''.'lc; xood averutre medium, 1
l'.ie ; selected llk'lit tine, ITfa It ; good avernt'e,
lfi'alTc; heavy, Malfle; coiuIiIiik, quarter
Mood, iiO'aJU.c; combing, low grades, Wa
HlliKS Steady and firm; drv flint, IBS'
UiV; damaired, MS13Vc; hulls or staKs
flint, loo; salted, c: irlue stock. Sc. (ireen
salted, He; damaged, 7c; veal calf skins, ll.c;
hulls or stairs, (c; green, uncured, 7'd7Jic;
damaired, 5c ; plue, 3c.
Shkki I'ki.ts Dull; irroen, 5000c; dry.do,
4"ic; green shearlings, l.VaWc.
M'hkat Steady; No. 2 lied, November,
8lc; Hecember, WiSc; January, 'ic; Feb
ruary, wi'.c; .May, MSc.
t'oKN Firmer; November, filc', Decem
ber, .Ml'p; Jauiuiry 4',c; .May, 4',c.
oath Firmer; November, ii'tc; December,
Wiikat Steady: October, 75'e; Novem
ber, 75'c; December, "ti.'.c ; January, 77jc;
'ii:n Weaker; October, 41 e; November,
42',c; December, 31i3,c; year, 3y'4c; January,
Oats h inner ; October, 25i;e; November,
25',c; December, ao4cj year, 2Al,c; May,
I'oiik Stead v; October, J15.50; year, $11.
87 li ; Januarv, $1
l.AKO Steady ; October, $; November,
$.S2Si December, Q.soc; January, fti.US; Feb
runrv,7.W. shout Kins October, s.H" l,'; November,
?ii.iiu; January, $ti.m.
Live Stock Markets.
riiti'AOO, October 30. Hoos Kecelpts, 17,
(nm; market active and strong; lac higher;
IlKht, $4.20'i4.7!i; rouirll paekln(f, $4.2(iro4.06;
heavy paeklnu and slilppliiK, U.WabM.
Catti.k lleeelpts 7,iKki; natives very dull;
exports, VI.2,r'dUrfO; Rood to choice, B.4(l'oU;
common to fair $4'i4.tH); Tcxuns stron at
Siikki' Keeelpts 8,smi; dull; Inferior to
CATTi.K-Market (lull; extra steers, fd.10
6.4(1 ;ood to choloe steers, J.j.tl0totl.(K); fair to
Kood native cows, $3.2iVu3.75; stuekers and
HiiKKi' ANU LAMiis-Murket dull and
steady; common to fair sheep, JSLOfliaawoj
good to choice sheep, SH.HOM.SO; medium to
good lambs, $4.'i"i a 1.40 ; cliulco western, U.M'd
.'; Canada, $4.unii 5.!K).
lloos Market dull: medium to fnlr York
ers, $:l.!H)'rff,fto ; fiood to extra, t4.ii0wA.U0;
btitcliers' grade, $O.IU'd5.2U; pigs, l.2A'a4.5u.
CATTLR-Heeelpts, 8,(XH); dull and un
changed ; exports tM()'Afl,36; good to
choice shipping, J5.S0'in.OB ; common to
medium, $5,liKd5.)iO; fecdors, $;.75w4.2S; cowh,
Jtf.floiM.itt; trniH Texas steady at $3,UKii3.l)o;
CoJorado half-bred stours, $I.40W3.W).
Hons Receipts, 0,500; steady ; lots of 212 to
810 pounds average at S4.15to4.55: mainly at
Hiikkp Itoeeipts, 80S; steady; fair to good
f2.suc3.20; common to medium, $2W2.S0.
Money and Stooks.
, Nkw Yohk, October 80. Money apereont.j
exchange firm, l.ovornmonts strong; cur
rency sixes 127 bid; 4s, coupon, 121 V bid;
4 it do, 113V bid. Tho stock market this
hiornlng was extremely dull, but under
manipulation of the hull clliiio prices ad
yannud almost steadily from the opening,
At noon the figures wero.up V to 1 per cenJT,
but trading wits ontlrely devoid ot feature.
Khiee noon there has boon a slight reaction,
and some realising, but at the thne of writ
ing tbo best flgwres ot the day wore onrrent
"Rum, Romanism aud Rebellion."
Ou Wednesday there wa a gathering of
clergymen in tho Fifth Avenue hotel iu
New York to meet James 0. Blaine. Itev.
Dr. Rurchard wa chosen chairman, and a
set of resolutions commending the
principles of the Republican party were
adopted. 'As Mr. Maine came down the
stairway, Dr. Burchard stepped forward
and with voico trembling with earnestness
addressed him, as follows;
'Wo aro very happy to welcome you to
this circle. You seo hero a representation
of each of the denomination of this city.
You see the large number that are repre
sented. We are your friends, Mr. Blaine.
Notwithstanding all tho calummties that
have been urged in the papers against you,
all bland by your side. Shouts of 'Amen.'
We expect to vote for yoij next TuesJty.
We have a higher expectation, which ;s
that you will be president of the United
States, and that you will do honor to your
name, to the Uuited States and to the high
fffljeyour will occupy. We are Repub
lic ins and don't propose to leave your p r
ty aud identify ourselves with the party
whose antecedents have been RUM, RO
MANISM and REBELLION. We are
loyal to our flag; we are loyal to you."
As there were no Catholics among those
present, Mr. Blaine could cordially and
fearlessly respond thanking them for the
sentiments expressed and their loyalty to
him, but what of the Roman Catholics of
the countiy who are also supporting Mr.
BUincI Will they, too, thank the party
they are now training with for those senti
ments and blindly follow and vole for its
STAGES OF TDK RIVER.
River marked by the gauge at this
port, at 2:12 p. ru. yesterday, 16 feet 3
inches. Fall during previous twenty
four hours, 0 foot 5 inches.
Chattanooga, Oct. 30. River 1 feet 0
inches and rising.
Cincinnati, Oct. 30. River 3 feet 0
inchcr and falling.
Louisville, Oct. JO. River 3 feet 0
inches and rising.
Nashville, Oct." 30. River 0 ft 8 inch
es and rising.
Pittsburg, Out. 30. Rier 3 foot 3 in:
dies and rising.
St Louis, Oct. 30. River 17 ft 8 inch
Tho Bayou Sara leaves St. L' Uis Saturday
evening for New Orleans.
The City of Vlcksburg is duo out to
night from St. Louis south.
The witter is beautiful, but it has no
charms for an Ohio river steamboat agent.
The Ous Fnwler is out again with a new
puir of smoke stacks, looking as fresh as
The Hudson will report here early this
morning on her way to Taducah. D m't
forget she will arrive here on her return
trip to-morrow evening.
The City of Helena arrived here. In m
Vicksburg about 3 a. m. yesterday; depart
ed for St. Louis at 7. She discharged con
siderable freight here.
Capt Golay, in chargo of the U. 8. survey
boat Mississippi, arrived here yesterday,
being towed by tho Gus Fowler. He de
livered the boat to the Mississippi river
commission and left for Panucah on the
The tow-boat Alice Brown from New'
Orleans arrived here yesterday with 20
empty barges in tow. Steve McBride and
Mike Koily were her pilots. Mr. Kelly
went to St. Lou:s by rail and Mr. McBrido
stopped off here with bis family. The
Brown will lay hero for a raise in the Ohio.
The John B. Maude from St. Louis on
her way south arrived here yesterday
morning at 2 o'clock. She had a big trip
but from ono of her pnssengere we learned
that she had a hard time to be kept up on
account of the seams in the upper part of
her hull being left open. She left for New
Orleans at 9, and goes into the Wachita
Sjiuo campers on Lako Wiunopesau
kco got tho mastery ovor tho mosqui-
iocs oy ourniiiir canipiior gum. Aitor
trying every other drug they had ovor
heard of, thoy tried tho camphor gum
with gratifying success. "In two
minutes," says tho ono who describes
tho scene, "the multitudinous hum had
ovnsoil; in livo minutes not ono of our
winged persecutors remained within
tho walls of our tout. Then, maklug
everything comfortable, and carefully
covering our ono window with n mo
squito bar, .wo wont to bod and slept
tho sleep of tho just, with never a bilo
nor a hum from our odious foes." This
remody was tried in New Jersey re
cently aud did not work satisfactorily.
Iho largest dredging machino in the
world has boon liuisliud and will bo
used In tho Sacramento and S in Joa
quin swamp lands in California. Sho
has boon uumod Tlior, nnd modeled af
ter tho bust drudges now in uso ou the
Isthmus Canal, cutting out n chanuol
nnd building h luvoo tit tho stinio timo.
Tho Thor is 101 foct long and 61 foot
wide, nnd has 31 iron buckets with a
capacity of 1J cubic yards each, which
can. bo tilled and emptied fourtoou
times per minute.
'What a way to spell flsbl" laid Pat,
when he saw the name Psyche on a ship,
But a more wonderful spell will .be exer
cised ovor that coughing child of yours
that keens Itself and vou awalrn. if voir will
try Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
Rheumatism, Neuralqia, Sciatica,
Lumbauo. Backache, Headache, Toothache,
ore Tlironl. NwHIIic. Nprnlna, llruUr,
..,iur""- eihL. rrt liiira,
ASD J I.I, Ulllm Hllllll.V Pitl.NS 4MI 41HX.
So!4 OJf Unimui nl Ui'ilnn i.rrTOhera. Kldr C.liU twill.,
1'lranioui Id II l.at.ciiti.i.
THE I'll Alfl.KH A. VOUKI I HrO.
If you feel dull, drowsy,
have frequent headache,
mouth tastes bad, poor appe
tite, tongue coated, you are
troubled with torpid liver or
" biliousness." Why will you
suffer, when a few bottles of
Mops and Malt Bitters
cure you ? Do not be
suaded to try something
said to be just as good.
sale by all dealers.
HOPS & MALT
Btck Rrariarhs and relieve all the tronMet Inci
dent to a biliuus (Unto if the eysUm, such as bix
rinces,Kia'a, Drowtinfn, Distrtu after eating,
Pain in tho Side, Ac. While their most wuiaiE
able success bos becnihowu In curing
nulche.yrt Cart er'nUttle Liver Pills are jna!Iy
valuable in t'oimupaiion, curing and nrovvuuoir
this annoying complaint, while tiler also correct
all disorder of the touiarh, stimulate the liver
sad regulate the bowels. Even il tuej only curud
Athe they would bealmoet priceless to those who
sutler from thia distrennuig complaint; but fortu
nately their goodness does not end hite, and those
who once try them will find these little pills valu
able In so many ways that they will not be willing
W do without tnciu. Hut after all aiclc head
Iithebano of to many llvrs that here la where ws
make our preat boost. Cur pills cure it while
Others do net.
Carter's Litllo Liver Tills are very "mall and
rery cay to take. Ono or two pills makes dose.
They aro strictly vetfctablo and do not gripe or
puree, but by their pen tie action pleace all who
unethem. In vials ot!5 cents; flvo for 11. 6ol4
by dt uggists (ivury where, or aunt by mail,
CARTER MEDICIXE CO . Now York
TIIE BEST TIIIXG KXOWX
In Hard or Soft, Hut or Cold Water.
BATES LAIJOn, TIMK and SOAP AMAZ
INGLY, ami Hives umIvithhI iitUfnrtlou. Mo
(aiuily, rich or poor, should be without it.
Bold by all Oroeora. UEW KK of Imltfttloni
well iWinnrd to niislcad. I'KAICIJNh; is the
ONLY KAI'K Illbor-BUvlllR coiiiHHitul, aud al
VU't bears the above sytuliol, and numu of
JAUES rYLK. KW YQKU.
WATER . TANKS
Delivered at CAIRO, 111,
at the FOLLOWING TRICES:
Ft bottom. Ft. slave. Capacity enls. 1'ilce
6 x 8 1450 821.00
() x i) KJIJO 2J5.00
7 x ! 2000 I52.00
7 x i) 2250 30.00
7 x 10 2500 10.00
1 luxe tanks are mndo of CLKAK t'YPKi.ss, i'lj
nche tblek, aecuiuly hoouod and aro WATUlt
THiiiT. i in-y aro
Shipped whole and ure well Inwed
to prevent their Ix lna rucked. or broken In bund
ling, Kstimntea fumlnhed lor
Tanks of nny Rly.o.
a. maaa ,sc nuos.,
21? Dulord Ht.,N.iv Urlimns. U.
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mrs. AMANDA CI, AH ICS ON, A sent.,
Next Alexander Co. Hunk, HthSt
MPQood Block snd Prteei lleionsble,.4J
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rjUlE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illlnolai.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A Geucral Bankin(j Business
JjJNTEttPRISE HAVING BANK.
KXCLl'SIVELY A SAVINGS HANK.
ALEXANDER COUNTY x
I'oiuniereial Avcune and Eighth Street
OA I UO, ILLS.
F, BHOKS, l'rvaidont, I P. NFF, VicePrtVnt
II.WKLLS, Cashlur. T. J. Kerth. Aas't cubd
. Bross Ca!ro I William Klute. ,VJio
Potrr NcIT " William Wol?.... "
C. M . Osterloh " I C. O. l'atlor "
B A. Budor " H. Wells
J. Y. Clcmson, Caledonia.;
A (iEBHAL BAN KING BUSINSHS DONE.
Kichanso ro'.d and bought. Internet pnld It
tho Savings Department. Collodions inuJe and
all basinuss promtuly attended to.
JJU. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, ill.
VAI'OB, ELECTRO-VAPOH ad MEDICATED
A lady In attendance.
P M. 1JARUELL, M. D.
OFFICE East Side Commercial, below 8th 8t.
. Cairo, Illinois.
K. E W. WUITLOCK,
orrws No. 138 Commercial Avonac, h-jtweun
:ffh''iiid Nllith Htrsets
JJ O. PARSONS, M. O.,
OCULIST AND AURIST.
OFFICE-Clty Drug Storo, Carbondalo, 111.
c a i-T
f S a
Will III El!
617 St. Charles St.r ST. LOUIS, 110.
A rfri11p Orndunte ot'two medical
rnllriti't, has been lonnei eiiKKd In the trrat
niftituf Chrontn. Mtrvouf, HUln and
XJlooit UlsfSHKs than any other physician In
ht. I.nuls, asciiy paprra show mid all i, Id reai
dents know, CoiiiuUitlon it office orby mall,
free and Invited. A friendly tulk or his opinion
ensts nmhlnif. When it is 1'ieoi.TenlenttoThilt
the tflty for treatment, medicines h sent
iiymallor t xprens everywhere. Curablo oases
KiiarHiiteedt where doubt SJtUtu.t. Is frankly
iiutud. Call or Write,
HerTOns Prontratlon, PeMilty, Mental snd
fhysleal Weakness, tlerrailal snd other
tflectlonsof Throat, SklaanS Bowes, Blool
Impurities and Blond Poisoning;, Skin Affec
tions, Old Sores sad Ulcers, Impediments f
Marriage. Rheumatism, riles. Special at
tention ts canes from orer-worked Jrvsliij
BCROICAt. CASKS reeelrs special attention.
Plseasei srlslna; from Imprndenees, ticeiiieSj
Indulgences or Exposure!.
It Is self-evident that s physician faying
particular attention to a classof raws atlalua
kreat skill, and physicians in regular practice
all over tho country know In tins, freuieiilly
recommend w-es to theoldeat oillre li Ameri
ca, where every known appliance Is ttmrU't
to, and the proved ooa rmal" of U
SKea and countries are used. A whole liense IS
used furoince imriioiri, and atl are treated with
skill In a retpeclful maiiiieri and, know.ng
what to do, noexierliui'iitarniade. On jip
eount of the irrcat number applylnf, ths
charucs are kept low, often lower than la de-.
niauded hy others, If you secure the ski I I nd
retasiieedy and perrecl life oure, that la tbn
iniiortiint matter. Pamphlet, W pageai Saat
4oauyaddresa free. .
KlPiant cloth and Kilt bindlnir. Sealed for (A
route In postaaeor currency. Over Mly win.
dcrfulpeii pictures, true to life, articles on tlis
following eulijiictsi Who may niarry If whou.iti
5hy Proreraitetoniarrv. w ho marry prt,
lauhood, Wommihood. Physical decay. Wno
should miirrr. How life and hapiilness may us
lncreaed. Those married or rontempUiiUrf
Ewrrvlncc should read It. It ought to be real
r all adult perions, then kept under lock sinl
iy, Popular edition, same at above, hut paper
cover and IW pages, M uts by wait, is mousy
LLINOIS CENTRAL li. E
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line Kunnm
Making Dibeot Conneotiov
rutins Liavi Cairo:
HMO am. Mull.
arrivlnuln St. Louis l;00a.m.; Chlcao,:!)0 p.rt.t
Connectinft at Odin and Bfflngham for Cincin
nati, Louisville, Indianapolis and points East.
13:25 p. m. Fust St. Louia und
Arriving in St. Lools 6:45 p. tn.,and c.onnectlnii
for all points West.
3:45 p. m. Fast Kxprcw'a.
For St. Lonls snd Chicago, arriving at St. tools
10-15 p. m.,aud Chicago 7 "JO . m.
3:45 p.m. Cincinnati KxireHs.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:0ft a. m. ; Loalsvllli 9:15
a. m.; Indianapolis 4:0? s. m. Passenger by
thia train reach the above points X'l to 36
110 Cits In advance of any other route.
JTTlie 3:45 a. m. expreaa has PULLMAN
BOUEPImO CAIl from Cairo to Cincinnati, with.
out changos, and thronjjh sleepers to tit. Loir
Fast Time Jast.
Pit Dcpn crava by this line go through to East
AUascuCia em bolnta withont an delav
caused hy Hnnday Intervening. The Saturday after-
nornlug at 10:35. Thlrty-slx hoars In advance ol
ot other ronto,
tWPer through tickets snd farther lntormstlos
ipply st Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
J. II. JON E8, Tlcset Agent.
A. H. II AH SOU. Gun. Pass. Agent. Chicago
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. K.
Trains depart. Trulm arrive.
tMail ...3:-i3 a.m. i t.Mnll 4:( 5 s. m.
Express 1:45 p. m. I tEx press 11:45 a. m,
tSt Louis Ex U;Z p. m. tat Lonis Ex iM p. m.
I. c B. it (Southern Division)
t.Mall 4:4&a.mtN. O. Ex ,.11:10 a.m.'
tExpreee 10:.Wa.m. 1 tN. O. Ex... 11:10 a.m.
rAcc-ora.- 3 45 p.m. tN. O. Ex 4:80p.m.
ST. L. I. M. K. It.
Ht L. Mall
tExprer 11:10 p. m.
tMt.L. Mall. ..:) a.m.
tSt. L. Ex... 6:10 p. m.
tSt. L. kx 9:05 a. m
W 8T. L. A P. R. R.
Mall A Ex 4:00a.m. I 'Mali fc Ex....30p.m.
Accom 4:00 p.m. I Accom ....m,10:H0 a.m.
Freight .?:45 a.m. Fruight ti:45 p.m.
MOBILE OniO B. B.
Mall 5:2) a.m. I Mall 410 p.m.
Express 11:00 a. m Expr ss 10:0"p m.
Dully except Hundar. t Uallv.
TIME CAliD .
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
Arr at Dop'rc
P. O. Tm PC
t. c. it. lC dbronghlock mall).. B a. m.
8 p. n.
9 n. m,
9 p. m.
9 p. m
9 p. m.
8 p. m
" (way mall).,.., 2.30 p.m.
laoumern uiv :aup.m,
Iron Mountain K. It !i:0up,m.
Wabash K. K...... 8 a. in.
Texas A St. Louie K. It U noon
8t. Lonis A Culro K, R 4 p. m
unioitiver s p, m
Mies Kiver arrives Wed., Bat. Mon
departs Wed , Frl. Hun.
P O. goo dol. open from T:80am to7:30 pro
P.O. box del. open from a. 6 a.m. to Up. ra.
Sunday! gen. del. open from. ...8a. m. to 10 a.m.
8undaya box del. open from. ...6 a. m. to 10:30am
ErNOTE.-Changua will h published from
time to time In cltv Danera. Iwnmio vour cards so
cordiugly. WM. Jff. MURP11V. P. M
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, Under the
Law of 1883.
Successor to Widows and Orphans Mntnal Aid So
ciety, organizes July 4ih, IH77, uuilur
the laws of Mi.
JOHN II. ROKINSON Presldutt
WM. BTItAT r N Vlce Prtsldent
A. OOLiKSTINE Treasun-r
C. W. UCnNIMJ Medical Advleor
THOMAS LEWIS Secretar)
BOARD OP DIRECTORS for 1st YEAR.
Wm. Stratton, Strntton Bird, rro-.ors, Ca'.ro, III.
i. A. uoldstinu, olUolilstlne uosunwater, whole
ale and retail dry sood:C. W. Dunning, M. D.i
Pres. lid. Med Ex., for Tensions; Albert Lewis,
commission merchant; J. H Kohinson, county
udge ann notary public; wm. rv Pitcher, com.
iroker and inurance agent: K. U. Ualrd. ritr
street supervisor; M. Phillips, carptnter and build
er; Thomas Lewlii, attorney and secretary ; E. V.
P:erce.ttornev it-law. DuOtloln III, I K. O. Paco
cashier of t'entctiiiial Biiiik, Ashley, III.) Albert
Hayden. cashli-r of Uuorge Connelly A Co., Spring
tide). 1 1 ; II, M Munn, attorney-at-lnw, ISO Ran
dolph street. Chicago; Hon. ltobt. A. listener, at-
tornev-atdaw, Charleston, Mo.: h. I.elnhton
canbier First National hank, btuurt. Iowa.
THI BIST RIMtDY IN THE WORLD ra THI CVIf
tr ALL DISEASES PIOULIM TO FEMALES.
It la a Hnooifln for the cure of F&lllmr of the)
Womb, Leucorrho!, Pain In ths liuck.Tnlnful
or Suppressed Menstruation, Flooding, Faint
ing. Sensations, anil all the varied troubles nt
toudlng the period known as Ohauig of Urt.
MFRRFII'S FEMALE TONIC ton"
and HTKKNOTH to the Vrutixn VVHVTM
exciting hoitlthy act on. Ahfmth2 -
t eir normal , ,CJ"r-- i- '
tttSto. M.4 V BBI TAKKM AT ANY TIMS, Slid Is
truly a "Mother Jnrtsaa. irriurura
Mii..rniii s Aiinuiiaa.1 Ful directions ,
with e son bottli. Prtceji.ou. Prrparfd by
JACOB H. XFABKUUSt Louis, B,
rWbi sil Drtigliti ana Dvftitillo MoA'clnvj. .
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