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LWNOIS CENTRAL K. R
Shortest ami Quickest Routt-
St. Louis and Chicago.
This Oulv Lino Kunumu
) DAILY Tit A INS
V Krora Cairo,
Making Dikeot Connkotion
I'Haiina Ltivs Canto:
li: 0 a m. Mbil,
A.rrlvtiij tu rit.Loultl UOe.ra.j CbicaiiO.S:llO o.n...
'(iii!:i:iiiiir it Odin and KrhBiham ti t Cfncio
dU. Louiatnlle, Indianapolis and poO't tfasl.
U;liZ p. m. Fmt fet. Louis, itmi
Wttdte n '.xprxu
Arriving In St Lonle 9:4 p. in., and ronueclln
fur ml polula Weal.
3:45 p. in. Kitat Kxprttxa.
For Ht. Lonll and Chicago, arrlvtrnt Hi St. Lou'
10 15 p.m.. and Chicago V.M a. m.
3:4.') p,m Cincinnati Kxpiaena,
Afrlvlnif at C'ltjcinnatl 7:00 t. m. ; loumilK 1:'i
a. m. ; lndlai.apo.la 4o,i a ni. Faa-eLKcr b
tin" trim rea n ibe at 've poiUa Hi tu 'JO
lioUKa in advance of any otuer route
"The 8:1.) a. m. rxnreaa bai l'L'LI,MAN
BOhKHInU CAR from Cairo t Cincinnati, with
out change!, and IbrnUgb aleeperg tu ".. 1.0'H
Fast Tirno East.
a.m.11.,1.13 eta Dolnte without ot delat
cauaed by (Sunday intervening. Tbe haturJay titer
j..od tra.u fioua Cairo arrtvea in new iwk Monday
nnrnluK at 1:31. Tbirty-aii houralu advance i,
dt other route,
l4f" K" tnronjih ticket ai.d furttiei iiitoricatloi
iH'.V at Ullnoia Central Kailroad Depot, Cairo.
J. U. JON KB, Tictel Agell
A. (I. n AN HON. (tun Paae. Avert, t hlrairo
It. U. TIME CARD AT CA1UO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. K
Tralni depa t. Train arr've.
tWail ,..:. I a. rr. 1 1 M all 4 :..,. m
Kipreaa 1:4Tip. m ItEiprcio II 45a.ro.
;si .uula f x iio u. tu. i tst l.oula Ki Ml i. ni
I. 'c. K. u (Sout hern Division)
Mill 4:4ra.m It. O. Ex .. I: In a. DJ
tKtpreat hoaoam. tS.U Kt. ll:IOaw
.. 3 45 p.m. 1 . O. t ... 4: ftp n.
ST. L. A I. M. K. It.
,.li:i0p.m. I 'Biprraa :l0p. a .
.n:t' p.m. tM.I. vUII...6;i a ra
. ..(:'. a tn 1 1 t L. Ei. .6Mo m
W., IT. I.. P. K. It.
tltT.-o . .
st L. Mall
tSt. I.. LI.
Mall A it...
,..4 'a.m. Mall X Ei K.S.'p.m.
' Accotu ...
,.. :ti p.m. -accuii ...,...IU :ia.rn.
Y a.m. I FreUb: o.4'i p. ro
M'.IilLE A OHIO It. K.
5:-J a.m. Mull 4 l.'ti.ir,
....II : ".m Epr a 10:u p m.
TKXAH 4 CT LOCI' It K.
St I.. X Tf
Ki . 9 i..m I st L A r. x.Ex II ir.am
t hi IVx Ex. .10 I CU. TnEx la i.
Daily exrt.pt ar !ay. Dallr.
HllAL IHH.M n,0,
. .i 1 bma V Ha l. ar.
: iri.urer- d a l a V. Ncilia
.. ;U I). i tf J . roirr.
i.i.'.r W'm. It itlUiert.
il trM !- Jam i 8. Kua'di n.
'" tii lletaricat.
Police Malf'rale-A. Comiiiii.
8UAHU or 4UIIHIII
;rf! U f t VS ni. MrHnlt', llar-y Walker
. lot.d WArd-H. Woodwa d, ('. N. Hnt'h
Third A'ard lob Wood, i k i-r. S ith
K.n.rth VV ard - liarir. o. I'aller SainU 'l Orr,
nil Ward ' a. I a'icaaifr. Hi,f S
'irrint .1 -id je - l. J. Ililkrr.
i ircuit Clfrk A. M Irvln.
I'lmniv Judci J. II. l-olilhi'on.
CoutitV i'Iitm .. J. It ii n tn
County Attorney ngji I.eek.
Co'itity Treasurer .Vnm S . Parker.
.'Iirilir Jolni llodirca.
i.oruner H. Kliferalo
Cnnnij Commtaiim're T. W. Ha lldir, J.
Malcaher at tl IVtor ni
I Ml M It KS
I 'AlllO BAPTIST. -OnriHir leutn i r ..
j atreeta; prrarhlrm erury Sur lay mo uli tran
Dlt'lit at uual houra. Prayer ceu i Vedt.e
tiay nlclil; sundaj rb"tn. ttWa.if
Kev.J.NU r. EDEN, Paator.
pill Hi 11 OF Til K KEDKB.V KK tEplartipa
.i KourteeMh atreet, Sunday 7:mia m., Ilul)
Communion I0::t0a. m.. t i.ri.lr.tr I'rayera II a. in
Sunday acliool 8 p. m.. E'fnlnii 1'tajrra 1:l p.m
K. 1' Duvenport, 8. T. B. Kerloi.
t-IIIST M1SSIONAKV HAPTI8T CHUHCH -
V ) ri'ix lilt.ti al HiiWa. n...Sp. m., and 7:80 p. m.
,!). alii school at 7 :3i p. m Ker. T. J. Shorre,
Il'TIIFKAN Thlrtrotitii itr-eti aervlte hal-
j liaih a :; a. m.: Hnnday acbool i p m. Hot.
rirappe. paat Jr.
MEIIIoDlST-Cor. Klfhtr and WalnDt atreota
Prcarhln); Sabliath ll:iia m. and7:S0 p. m
M-nday sl.ool at i- p m. Kev. .1. A. Scarrut:
1 ) KKMtYTKHl A N -Kluhtli atreet; peacnlni on
i s.ilil'nth at 1I:iio a. rr.. and 7:W)p, m.; prayer
nt 'iMltur W filneaday at 7:8'lp. m.; Hunday 8cbwo
a' 8 p. ni. Kev B. V. Ucoric, paator.
SCiKiSKI'lI 8 -dUunan Catholic) Corner Croat
"d Walnut atrttela; Mkaa eyury Sunday at
and If a. m i Sunday arbonl at i p. m , and Vep.
era at 8 p. in. M at eyi-ry mornlnp at i a. ni, ltev
SI . I'A THICK'S -(Human Catboilc) Corner Ninth
reel and WaahltiKton ayenue; Ma-a every
Htindayand b and In a ni.: Sunday rcl) o at 2 p.m.'
and Viapera at 8 p. tn, aaa iivo y morn nx at (
p.m. Kev.J.Muruhy, paatm.
80CIETV MEKTINOS. '
(tAIKO FNCAMPMKNTNo H4-Mi!eU Mcond
J and four tb 1'rltl carb tnoutb.
ALEXAND tH I.ODQR I. O. 0, F. No 284
Muela every Tuuradny.
OAI'FORI) IODOK I 0, 0. 1'. No. 07-Mcoti
every Wednetday oven l)R.
CA UD COMMAND-ICY No, 13-Mootl Drat
Monday In uch niontb.
ol racb nionib.
CAIKO I ODOK No. IflT-Moeta aecond Monday
in oacb inontli
CAIliO LODOR.K, rf l,,No, 1412 Meuta lucond
aul fourth Tueadaya or tbo mouth.
1l0NEKIt LOIK1B. K and L, of H.,No,r,M
Mcula ilr-tatiil third Frl'iaveach moct'i.
AMKUICAN L '.OION OP HOVOIl Ni) 10M
Mitett tucoiid and foui'tb Monday each noi.tu.
M.rC. 0.-'.'iMt Tiurtd:iy In Ihn ma'h.
DKAL LB AGl'R-Meota every Tueaday nllit.
NIOItT iK o -I.DItN lU'LK. RHINO 8 t"Alt
IV l'itl'e N i. M muet' tlllul Wediiedaeiich mo
RAII flltK CO. Nn.H-.Mi.oia third Mjudny of
& It. KIRK CO No H-Menti flratMondnr of
' u'i h motnh.
IIIKUNI W Vl'tlt ci), N,(l 4-Mu U llilrd
I'hllrtil of ibu i'.o oh.
H.TAI'IHW !). No. H-Meut to ond Wed
iiur.ity of Km m null.
NCHOIt ' IKE CO. No, r-Muota flrttTbundar
ouch uioD h,
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
NOV. 27 fe 28.
The Emlnunt Traxed'an,
tupporti'd by an effl -.ti nt company of artlatt.
Special Sceuery, rosturae, Armor,
fVAdmhaion, 60 and 75 centt. Gallery, ti
eeutt. otil tecured at Bujtr't
'JiUEClTY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, IlltnoiB.
71 OUIO LEVEE.
CAPITAL. 10 0,000!
& General Bauking- liQsiness
ENTERPRISE SAVING BANK".
KXCLUSIVELV A SAVINGS RAK.
TH03. W. II AI.L1 DA Y,
'lumniercial Aveune and Eiijhtb Street
BKOSS, Preaident. I P. N?FF. Vice Crea'nl
li. WKLLii, Caebler. I T. J. Kertb. Aea't caek
. Bioaa... Ca'ro I M'llllam Kluj,e. ,C: lro
FeierNeir " William Wolf.... '
. M Ualerlob " I C. o. Patter. ...... "
i A. Uuder " I II. Welle
J. V. Clemaon, Caledonia.
A -tE ERAJ BAN KING BCSINBsS DONE.
Sxjhanan ro'.d and bo'ight. Intereet paid il
tie savtnita Depnrtmeut. Collectiot e made and
ill huines prom ,tlv attended to.
J )U. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairu, ill.
VAPOR. ELECTRO-VAPOR tno MEDICATED
A .ady In attendance.
P M. HARWELL, M. D.
Of FICE-Eaat f-ldo Commercial, below Sth St.
Cairo. Ill noia.
)H K W. WiIITLOUK.
) natal ?3ui't)Oir,.
rrua No. ISO Commercial
P''i and Nli.te Mtroeia
0. PARSONS, M. 0.,
OCULIST AND AURIST.
OFKICS-Clty Drug Htore. Carbondale, 111.
o g K
P A T E NTS,
Caveat", lU'-laanea and Traili'-Marld ecrtl-nd. and
all otlii-r calcnt rauava in the ' alent Offloe and
beloruthe Cotirta proinpily ami carefully attended
Upon rorelpt nfmndi'l raUtt-hof Invantlon, I
niako raruful examination, and advlte ae to
pat"tilahitlv Kri'e of Chartte,
FKHH MODKR T, lid I make NO C RAROK
UNLICH8 PATENT IH SK.CURKI) InlortiiHllon,
advice and a pre hi t'Ur ncta aunt on application
J. H. Lt n I.L, Wathtngton, 0. 0.
Near C. Hi l'atcnt Office.
OAlKO BULLETIN. TiiOKflDAy MOHNlN(it NOVEMBER S7, 1884.
Cleveland is Now President.
t btcx cciramaa.
Theolectlon la over, thu b' it mtn baa won,
Y"D can bet there will cow be a cnanite,
And when Cleveland gout to tbo Wblto Ilenao
lie will bave tliluica all ulce'y arranced.
Tbe police o Ca ro thould all have new aulta,
Tbe worklngman tave every cunt,
And Comlnita wbvuled FarubaKur all 'ronnd the
Becaiau C evuland It now prealuurt.
Old malda will gat mtrrled, the dudut will bn abol,
M I ker llubburd'a nl be a I "Ul ofaijlu;
Charley Ro ard w.ll g ve a od altuw at tbe Com
Ique, That it bound to make vol all amilo.
Dllly bteaxala i;ot marr.ed n Frldav laat week,
He ought to reel proud ol the ev nt,
For now be will proapcr and e. Juv a long life,
. Since Cleveland ! now preililent.
Tut Boxctin will co' tlt ne log ve yoagood ork
Al Cb-ap aa you cm net anwl ero,
And ;be aalea of tbe pa er will mcreaao ever) day,
Hecaiiao It la run on th q'ia-e.
For twenty-live yearn th-' re uhlicne have ruled;
Tola tl i e we would not content;
I frel lorry for Jim but be hadn't tbe tin,
AndconldtiOt e oar next reside ,t.
'ENERAL LOCAL fTEMS
neveland' p uiuliiy in Wihi Viriuia
Jihn Uncia l fnmily Iikvo umie to hi
Unity farm no ! will pr ibuM) rein tin there
tor the winter.
All heart eaweii ari'l bli"V-l ryprenn
ahinileu at La'THgfer & Rio M inutactur
iog Co. fr $2.50 piT thiustti(i. tt
The liif it oi A-i t his ij ine uf of ex
istence. Forepau.'li'u white el'-pluut "tlie
hht nt Asia ia dea'l."
The bahl-hcailiid men in St. L mis re
joiced when they h-ard tint (he opera
house flames had reached th-! flies.
Wanted. 20 pounds lartrec'ean cot
tonragsat The Bulletin otBce; 5 cents
per pound will be paid for selected ttock. 2
The Wabatth beat the city on a techni
cality in the street crossing fla prosecu
tion. No trial was had ou the merits ol'
"Yer couldn't lick a second hind postage
stamp," was the defiant taunt of a raided
bootblack on Sixth street yesterday morn
ing. At last accounts from the hunters'
camp at B.g Lakn, Mo., Will Black had
used up twu hundred thells and sent home
two mallard ducks.
William Ludwi was Lu-y yesterdiy
getting u;i the shflvio:', pn ptnt'ury to
opening bis new shop in the AL under
county bank building.
President Arthur has invited liis sre
cessor to make the white house his I ome
while prepariog for the ceremotdts of in
auifuration. I. K. Mor-in, cashier of HalliJuy &,
Phillipit wlmrflxiat collipaoy, in nlM.-ot Iroin
his post fur a few ilays looking after Lis
orange plantation in P.uri'la.
It wis Aj a who defie'l the lightning;
bur only the di in whoe-siys to straighten
a stove-pipe elbow with a hatchet, mtnaues
nuccessfully to knock thumier out of the
Whatever may bn your politics or your
opinion of the result of the nu'cotn ol the
upshot of the wind-up of t he t lectin'', do
not fail to provide yourvlf wrh a tut kt-y
and enjoy Thank9gi viny Day.
Jickson & ii. ha I dipUved in fr nt
of thi-ir coninnssion hous" yesterday half a
doZjn hetdof cal)t)te, e to'i uin a- lo"
as a liulif 1 basket. T oey C'un mt of a car
loadjj.t re-eivitj ftoni the north.
Fied Wardu will he ijreeted with full
hoU-es to-niiht and t i-morrow niht. The
four fmnt rows ol both p.rquott'' and drei-s
circle weretaktn before nor-u ycgti-rday, as
was also the beat seats in tho pa qae'te.
After the 4th of March n xt the fena'e
will be reoutiliciin by from t ur to six ma
jority. The republicans gain a senator
from California and one from Oregon, prob
ablyllosing one from Illinois.
John Mirklev, E q, Henlo- member of
the Hrtn of Mirkhy, Annu & C ., whole
sale hirdware, Chieio, spent mtv-rd d iv
io thecify, tha u'tici of Cnpt W.P. Ilalli
day. He returned home on Tuesday.
The novel spectacle of a large tl irk of
turkeys driven through the streets wits ne
of the siuhtR on E ghth street yesterday.
They came in from the country to spend
The Brooklyn Eatjlo says : "Tho doors
of the democratic party stand open to all
candidates for membership. Bashful
comers may gain entrance by climbing over
tbo back fence. There is no spikes on it."
The subject of Rev. A. II. Trick's
Thanksgiving discourse at tho Baptist
church at 11 o'clock this mornini will bo
"The Bearing of Religion on Home ami
Patriotism." The music will be by a un
George CO-n him reminds Bluino that
a ship CAnnot bo scuttled un I sunk for tho
purpose of drowning a portion of the crew
without wetting tho others. This in pot
mortem informati m but se'etna to be cheer
fully furniMtiud, ,
Will tho New York ui) kindly tell us
what has becomoof one B P. Butler? Tim
theory that ho tins locked himself in to
wr to letters of thanks to all thoso who
votud for him at tho ltu election will not
do. Ho could have Hiiisliud that Job be
DusiuPM was quiet yesterday In tho
police ciurtH. John Ray was drunk nnd
disorderly and Jude Comings stsmud a
fine and cos's, which I e staved off .with a
stay of 24 I ours, though he said he did not
need 24 minu'es. Tom Simpson also had
a little disorderly fun lor which ho paid
into the city fj and the trimmings.
It hs beer, the rule of The Bulletin
to publihh a paper ever day without regard
to holidays, but this Thanksgiving is ono
in which we chould all be especially thank
ful, therefore our printers will not work
and there will be no Bulletin to-morrow
The burning of the Grand opera house
at St. Lonia ,t Su idty afternoon, makes
the third time that this theatre has burned
down. Tim actual lots is about $121,000,
but the los to tho managers, coming as it
does at the opening of the season, is beyond
President elect Cleveland assures the
colored people of the country that their
"present status'' will be maintained. Of
course it will. It is not in the power of a
hundred th 'Usan i presidents to take from
any citizen of this country a single consti
Toe Philadelphia Press advises the
new adn iiiUtration to t' ke trio c uni-el of
ti c New York Pun. As the Pre is a loud
B.aine oroan, and the Sun is the nran of
lien Butler, the new administta'ion will un
di ubted y h .sten to be guided by both
tle se mil l - nd disinterested Bluets.
Wehive reci-ived no able pP"r, in
pamphlet lor-n, on the mil j.-ct of '-Care of
the Ci roiuc Insane," wriiteu bv Dr. II.
Witdner. superintendent ot the south' rn
hospital for the insine, at Arna, M. The
su'ject is thorough y d scumed and shows
Tie must r hand in every sentence.
Nokotnis, III., puts in thirteen applica
tions lor a postoflice. This is somo slight
indication of what may be expected from
St. Joseph, Mo., when tho democracy of
that fortunate city rises in tully panoply to
follow the swallow-tail pennon of Sir John
Eiwards in the war for its inalienable
The best reason why many Washing
ton clerks should bo dismissed is found in
the fact that, though receiving good pay,
they have saved nothing. A man who has
not enough foresight to save a little money
while he is well paid, is not the sort of per
son that the government, nr anybody, should
As is customary in Cain a union meet
ing of the churches will be ludd to-day for
Thanksgiving services. The sermon will Le
preached by R':v. A. U. Trick, tho minister
of the Presbyterian church, in the Baptist
church at 11 o'clock. The music will be
furnished by a u-jion choir from all the
Heretofore for nearly a quarter of a
certury the republicans every four years
lnvo stieeiiny assured the country that fho
democratic party w as dead. Death from
defeat Kill the verdict they pronounced.
Now they gay that, having elected its can
didate, it will inevitably disintegrate and
die. Death from succtss is to bo the find
ini; th.s time.
The editor of the Frankfort Capital
paid ibe Witer vvorks coup my ten dollars
in t lva'ice for water and ipov can't get any
wt'er. Ho hsv Im m nt luv the ten dol
lar or the wat'-r. What he wants with
water is a my-tery to the craft generally,
who can see no use he ca'i put it to except
to wish his fe"t. PelU'ah News.
It wis A. W ir I who said Washinutoti
was lltst in the heu's of his countrymen
and the las' to get a m nuinent. By the
pu'tinir in pl"Ce of I'opy-four more stones
the Washington monument will be com
pleted. This will btdone by th" nitter
part of next week, a''d there will then n
i n the hanks of t it- P it' m ic dm tallest and
Ktat' liest sh ift in the world.
-M. II. of Ptwtueket, R. I., writes to
the Current relative to tho discussion re
gaming the necessity tit a new pronoun:
"Has anyone proposed the contractions
hWVr Nixi himVr (his or her atei htm or
her)? 1 1 i v w hi l to a in? It -outlds al
mo t t t 1 1 1 i i i i r alreoly, 'L-t every person
decide in Ins . r own mind wlut ii riht,
and then let hitn'er abide tho issu1,'"
We are asked to direct t!io attent;on ol
the authorities, or those whose spin - i til lu-i
mss it is to look alter such things, to the
empty state of the oublic cistern corner of
Sixth sireetjaiid Commercial avenue. Its
pre-ent dry cnndiii m has existed all sum
mer. Public cisterns are a uot d thing to
have, and a city like Cairo without water
works cannot have too many of them, but
If they are to be guiltless of water where
would bo their utility in case of fln t
-"Bib Whilel Rib Whitel" Thus ho
calls, standing lip-too on some jagged fence
nil, tn tho dank, wet evenings of the In
dian summer, where tho damp leaves lie
scattered on tho roadside
"Leaves of tliutaa alraa, orange and goMen,
Drecrt leaves duaky aa thu murk November ;"
but his standing should not be long nor tho
order of his going very carefully studied if
Al. Lewla or Ltdd comes along and hn ever
C ires to c dl his mute ''Bo!) While" ap.inn,
They were out a coiiplo. of hours a day or
two ago and hanged n-uily a hundred.
Tim coun'ry hit gone democratic; the
colored iiieii tu' tho north and south will
tiovvhavo an opportunity to Ku ly their
condition under democritio rule, and tho
normal ii suit will be, whether the south
iviiialiis solid or iioi, that the white nnd
negroes of any particular !uto of that sec
tion will votn touithiT in ordinary ques
tions like the corresponding classi-s of any I
northern community. The negro may see
very clearly, by reflecting on the lar.ts, that
it is one of the highest interests of the dem
ocratic party to protect hun in the right of
suffrage with all tint it implies, and that
it is to the interest of tho republican party
to destroy that right.
A surgeon reports to Naturo the result
of investigations as to tlio reason why tho
tropical man is black. Ila says tho color
ing pigment is provided by nature in order
to protect the body from the sun's rajs,
just as smoked glaia defends the eye from
the sun, tho pigment cells being placed in
front of t..e nerve terminations. It would
therefore appeal' that nature, at least, hud
no intention of consigning the black man
to an inferior position when it made him
Barnum tho great showman snys he
his made a million dol'uri the past season,
and in speakuir to a couuiiiiteu of mer
chants who were anxious to know tho so
cret of the business, he said: "You ought
to evoke printer's ink every day. You are
asleep nod want business to tun it-elf. A
standing adver'i.-ement in your local pa;.er
Commands a coi.fi lence and beconos famil
iar to the eyes of the readers. I' makes
the namii and business familiar, an I its
presence in the piper inspires confidence
in the ability of the advertiser."
Whailboat N '. 2 can now furnish pr y
nost.ea i'ins ol the coming winter to suit
any one, that is they wu'dd if they could
rind a persmi able to read a come leuie,
Dr. Brnlley hus the bone I ut can't for the
lite of l)i in tell wh it it ii)i. lie knows it
it is shaded or cloud-d it means some
tliiiij.', and if clear, something else, or one
means long and cold, the other short ami
warm, or b.twixt and between-like, but
which is it! Like thu old woman who
knew that if indigo would sink r swim in
water it is good but did not know which it
should do, ho wonders how tho gooso-
bouo should look to make warm or cold
weather. Pending information on the sub
ject the bone will hang suspended over his
desk on the whurfbont.
When Secretary of War Lincoln was
in Springfield a lew days after election, he
dropped in at tho State Journal office to
see a copy c f the New Yuk Tribune. There
was only one other person in the counting
loom, and that was a dapper joung fellow
who appeared to ho across between a lawn
tennis player and a dude.- "I cannot find
the New York at any of the ne vs-stan ls,"
said Mr. Lincoln, ''and would like to look
over vour olBca copy, if you please." The
dapper young fellow re oird. d Mr. Lincoln
with a cool countenance. "You can go up
stairs," said ihe dapper young fellow, "and
if they're not too bu-y up there and have
got through with it. you can look it over,
but you mmtn't take it out of the office
We're botheted a great deal by people com
tng in eo m-r tho news out of our e.vlimui a
when they ought to buy our os n paper "
Mr. Lincoln bore his reproof very iniidh,
hut when Kditor Paul S-dby heard i.botit
it he tore his hair in chunks, ami turned
four distinct shades livider than his accus
tomed hue. Ehieago News.
How to I'tirnNIi IS '(Irooui.
Bedrooms rite more luxurious than
ever in tho modern American houses,
nnd this is nitogelher the wrong phteo
for luxurious or sumptuous furnisuing.
A bed room should have ns liulu fumi
tui'o us possible bevond what is nbso
luiely essential. No driiporie whieh
can hold tho dint, no smiled fur nil tire,
nnd no enroot .4 inner than soft ruga for
the feet. French bedrooms- nro furnish
ul much in tins w:iy, and uro only mod
us sleeping npnrtniotits. A boudoir
leading off tho eliMuber may bo ns lux
urious n 1 1 1 i templing ns possible, but
iho bedchamber should not bo a loung
ing p. ace ever, lest tho air becomes vi
tiated. An English brass bedstead is
ui ways a most iidiiiirunle pieeo of fur
niture for n bedroom, siuco il combines
Cieiiniiness and dunrbiiiiy. These bed
steads are not cosily In tho end, nnd
aro oasily kept bright. An open grato
tireplnco should bo in every chamber
in tho house. Tho tloor should bo ot
hard wood, with a smooth surf nee, or,
if of pine, it shotilil no p:iitned or shel
lacked and Varnished. There should
be no hangings over tho bed or til tho
w.ndows. If iho bedroom Is to bo nt
tractive, its utirtictiveiio.ss should bo in
lis s i in p I icily and exu'emo eiciin.incss.
There uro oilier rooms in which it Is
possible to ex iblt as much grnco and
tnsto as incliuaiion dictates, but tho
nursery and bedrooms shoii.d Imvo no
pretensions aside from healthful nnd
ooin lortallo linings,. San Francisco
Rheumatic gout caused urn great and
tantalizing HiilVu ing for ten years, says Mr.
Francis Mann, Melbourne, Australia, which
was cured by tho application of St. Jacobs
Oil, the magical pain-cure.
War Dkpt., Shinai.Skuvicf. U. S. A. I
Wahiiinoton, NoVKMUKIl 20, 18f)4. (
The following tablo gies the tempera
ture nt the points named this afternoon, the
observations all being taken at 2:12 p.m.!
Dodgo City. ...
North Piut e....
New Oilcans, , ,
Oni h i
Sim V"ioit. ...
m. Louis ,
The ghost at the White ou. is said to
walk hull' of every nig' t, but Imc'iild put
In for doiihlii that amount of work if hn
wasn't afraid of the mottling air, and knew
that Dr. 11 i'I's Cough Synip cured all kinds
of troublesome coughs ami colds.
Shelving, counter, show cases and look
ing glasses tor sale cheap,
I. Faunraker & Co.
3t dr. Seventh st.
Look for the Red Lljflit,
at DcBaiiu's 5(1 Ohio levee.
C. Koch, Manufacturer and Dealer
in boots and shoes, keeps always on hand I
large assortment of gents' and ladies' boots,
shoes and runners ot all style and size.
Hand-made gomls a specialty, also always
on hami loiiher and findings. It will pay
ou to can un mm ueiore purchasing else
where. His pi-ices are very low and satis
Hewett can supply you with the best
Oysters in tho city
For thu Bet Oysters,
go to Deliuuu s, BO Ohio levee.
Under the auspices of tho woman's club
and library association : Class in oil paint
ing, Mrs. G Fisher; class in wood-carving,
hammered bras, repousse, modeling and
etching, Mrs F. Koismeyer. For terms
and hours apply to above named teachers.
Place your orders
0,. siers and Fish.
For a Good Meal
or a good room, go to DcBaun's, 56 Ohio
1 honsands Say So.
Mr. T. W. At sins, Girard, Kan., writes.
I m-ver hesitate to recommend yonr Elec-
nic Bitters to my customers, tncy give en
tire satisfaction and are rapid sellers."
Electric Bitters are the purest and best
dicine known, and will positively cure
Kidney and Liver complaints. Purify the
blond ami regulate the bowels. No family
can afford to bo without them. They will
save hundreds of dollars iu doctors' bills'
every year. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by
Barclay Uros. (3)
He wet I 's Oyster Depot is on Eighth
street, ono door eBt of Commercial, tf
Opeu Day and Night.
DcBaun's restaurant, 50 Ohio levee.
tfucKien's Arnica Salye
The Best Salve In the world for Cuts,
liruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Hores, l etter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
feet satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
.'.') cents pur box. For sale by Barclay
Only the Beat Biand ofuysters,
at DcBaun's, 50 Ohio levee. tf
A IV alkie? Skeleton.
Mr. E. Springer, nt Mecbanicsburg, Pa,,
writes: "1 was affected with lung tover
and abs-ciss on lungs, and reduced to a
walking tkcletoli. Got a free trial bottle
or Dr. JC i mi's Now Discovery for Con
sunip'ion, which did me so much good
that I bought a dollar bottle. Alter using
three bottles, found m,elf o.ico more a
man, completely restored to health, with a
he rty appetite, and a gain i'l flesh of 48
lbs." Call at Birclay Bros.' drug store and
gel a free trial boitie of this certain cure
for nil Lung Diseases. Large Dottles $100.
It is No Wonder.
That so many people Bink into untimely
gr.ves when we consider how they neglect
iheir lioihh. They have a disordered liv
er, derniged bowt'is, constipation, piles or
dis.oisi d kidneys, but they let it go and
think they Will "get over it." It grows
worse, other and more serious complica
tions follow and soon it rs too late to save
tin in. If gue'i poisons would take Kidney
Wort it would preserve their health. It
acts upon the most important organs, purl
i.yi g tho blood and cleansing the system,
teinoves and prevents theso disorders and
A Fair Oflcr.
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
i. r to send l). Dies Voltaic lie It and
Appliances on trial, for thirty days, to men,
"Id or young, nfUicted with nervous dubili
ty lost vitality and kindred troubles. See
advertisi ment in this paper. 3
Hop flusters aro clean, sweet and pleas
ant to use, Fiesh Hots combined with
llils'iii s and Gums, More powerful than
any oi her porous plasters. 23 cts. (12)
J-fyTo match that bonnot! Feathers,
Millions, velvet can all be colored to match
that new hat by using the Diamond Dyes.
10c for any color at tho druggists. Wells,
Hichardson & Co , Burlington, Vt.
Legal Blanks Kept For Sale
at Tim Bulletin office.
Special Warranty Deeds,
Quit Claim Deeds,
Ileal Estate Mortgage,
Executions, Summons, Venie,
Garnishee Blanks, &C.
Cheiip homes in Arkansas and Texas
Along iho lice of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
1'icillc Railway and International and
Great Northern Hailroad, are thousands ot
antes of the choicest farming and grazing
lutnl in the world, ranging in price from
iflun to $:)()() and $4.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your sd
ilres.i to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tisth a of crop raised in Arkansas and Texas,
In IH82, and makeup your mind to go and
see tor v"ur',lf when you learn that the crop
f.ir :8Hil 50 per cent larger than that of
18H3. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, one
hall', or all "rash, a proportionate rebate Is
hlloweil for money paid fortickoti or freight
over the Com anlea lines.
II. C. Townskno. Oen'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.