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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY AtOKNlNO OCTOBER 24, 1884.
Full Text of the Queen's Speech on
the Oponinar of Parliament
Aa Unfaithful Steward Bang Off With
Oholora Fundi Placed in His Hands
England'i Lost Opportunities As Seen Bj
William O'Brien, Member of Par
'llament For Mallow.
THE QPKKN'S SI'BKCH.
London, October 23. Parliament re
assembled to-day. Following; U the
Queen's speech at -the openlug of the
neslon i "My Lords and Gentlemen I
tuve broojjbt you together to eoable you
farther to consider' the subject of repro
en tattoo of the people. I continue to
maintain relations of amity with all
Jorolja Powers. The In'ormatlon from
the (iondaa Includes pain ol uncertain
ties, bat the energy, courage and resource
conoplcuoosly displayed by General Gor
don In his successful defense of Khar
toum deserve my warm recognition. The
advance of my troops to Donola has for
Its obj ct tbe re cue and security of that
gallant officer, and of thoe who have so
faithfully co-operated with him. I am
uiIor my best endeavors In
Kstypt to promote the further
Improvement of tbe affairs of that
ouuntry. I have given my supp rt
to the Kgyptton Government In the dllfl
eult 0 lauclal position ft Is placed through
the failure of the recent conference. I
regret the occurrences in the Transvaal,
and am conslUonnp;, with tbe Cape Gov
ernment, means to secure the observance
of tbe convention. Gentlemen of tbe
House of Commons, the operations in tbe
Soudan render it necessary to axk of you
farther pecuniary provision.
" y Lords and ccntleraen, a bill for
extension 1 1 the Parliamentary franchise
wiil be at once Introduced. May the
blessing of God attend your labors."
LORD NOUTIimtOOK's KKTt'K.N.
Lord Northbrook will re! urn to Ku
gland from Kjypt by way of purU.
While In that city he will have an Inter
view with Terry.
HJtD WITH CIIOI.KR fC.MS.
Mabseillks, October :3. Uaumas, t
member of the Municipal Government,
has fl.fd with 17,000 francs, which was
Intended for distribution among tbe
cholera sufferers. A warrant has been
issued for his arrext.
The Fi'iro says that Ber.lurdt Is In a
verv weak condition.
Cobk, October 23 Wll.lam O'Brien,
member of Parliament for Mallow, de
livered a lecture here last night on
"England's Lost Opportunities." He
expressed his joy at tbe removal of
Trevelyan from the Chief Secretaryship,
and said, If Irishmen stood loyally by
Parnell, Earl Spencer, tbe Lord Lie .ten
ant, would soon follow htm, and possibly
English rule also.
OIVKX KU ACDIK.NCK.
Likbon, October 23. Tbe King to-day
gave an audience to Richmond the newly
appointed American Minister, who pre
sented his credentials.
no mouk Bnioi.AK.smrg.
Sr. PxTKUSiiciui, October 23. Tbe
authorities of the University of CbarkoS
announce that no more scholarships will
be offered until the ferment among the
students hai subsided. The ttudtnts
threaten to renew toe disorders.
TIIR MAIL'S OPINION.
i DcnuN, October 23. The -Vail re
gards the removal of Trevelyan as an
evidence of tbo conclusion of another
"Kilmalnhara treaty" between Gladstone
Pixk Blcft, Ark., October 23. A
light frost last night, the first of the
season. A killing frost delayed will be
of advantage to the cotton plant grown
on buck shot and fresh land In the Ar
kansas Valley. On Ihht land the drongbt
did 1U work sometime since, and a frost
can not now Influence It either way.
Serared In Twain.
RALKian, N. C, October 23. Last
evening at nine o'clock a train crowded
with passengers ran off the track near
this city, and whan pot on the rails it
gain ran off, throwing Geo. Koott, col
ored, froea the platform, and catting him
entirety in two.
Bchura to Publish the Chicago "Demo
Chicago, III., October 23. The Trib
une says negotiations have bees going on
for some time which are expected to
mako Carl Scours a rest lent of Chicago.
A nu nber of frUnds are suld to have
raised the necessary money to purchase
the Demokrat, a German dally news
paper started here a year ago, and that
the paper will bo bought sod Hchara
placed in chargo of It.
International Xartdlan Conference.
WasntaoTON, D C, October 23. Tbe
International Meridian Conference
tsrday, opou motion of Count Lawen
taopt, of Bwedes, adopted as 1U final act
' a declaration, embracing all thereeoln
tront previously agreed epos, loeloatog
that which proposes the adoption of Che
meridian passing through the center of
the transit Instrument at the observatory
of Green wtch m the Initial nterldtM ft
loaxltode, nod that kom this meridian
longrtextoeitaUtM oetnrted totwodhM
Uom ns to 180 ctagma, anal JoagtMsde
betnfptiu and went tontpHode bums.
BeewlutiMN of than U to M rtwubtamA
! Admiral Begets, for Ma Isnpnwsni W
oiatoew, ate., were aluo Adopted. Aa
Itoer-AAnirni wanoodnd Inn neat arisen,
and the Conferenee then sstyMisetf te
mocfgata nyon the enfl of IW
UU, forth porpoM of aftfrtnj in
Uliaito. This wtlnft vfcacb will
Btaritroff at the Oapltal.
Jkpfersom, City Mo., October 23.
II. M. Starkloff, Iiepubllcan candidal
for Lieutenant-Governor, will address
tbo Germans of this city to-morrow night.
American Humane Society.
Pittsburgh, Pa., October 23. Tin
annual Convention of the American Hu
mane Association will be held in thli
city, November 19th and 20th. Delegatci
will be preseut from New York, Chicago,
St. Louis, Cleveland and Cincinnati.
An Extension Granted.
PiTTSiiiuoii, Pa., October 22. J
Stenbenvllle, Ohio, dispatch says: "Th
Stc'Ubenvllhs Bottle Works Company,
which made an assignment yesterday,
has been granted an extension by Us
creditors. The works are running to-day
Too Slaay Offices.
jKKFKRdo.v City, Mo., October 23.
The resignation of E. C. Moore,' of St.
Lools, at a member of tbe State Board ol
Agriculture was accepted by tbe Gov
eruor this morning. The resignation
was caused by Mr. Moore being a Presi
dential Elector on the Democratic ticket
The BeJUmore & Ohio Aarala on Tcp.
IUltutork, Md., October 22. In ac
cordance with aa order issued by Judge
McKenaon, of Philadelphia, last evening
tbe Baltimore & Ohio Ualas have been
again restored and are this day running
as usual over the Philadelphia, Wilming
ton 4 lialUmore Railroad.
Bala at Laat.
pKxniLWDJto, Va., October 23. The
fret rain that has fallen in this section
for more than eight weeks fell last night.
It extended along tbe Norfolk & Western
Kailroad as far aa Lynchburg, and along
the Atlantic coast line as far south as
Weldeo. ' Still, rain is badly needed
throngs the south side of Virginia. The
creeks and smaller streams have dried np
and on their beds can be found many
skeletons of flsh.
Hi Last Slep First Snow.
Clkvkland, O., October 23. Charles
Kimball, a butcher driving to market
about three o'clock this morning, lay
asleep in his waon box. On app oach
ing tbe railway crost-ing In the Eighteenth
Ward his team took fright and dashed In
to a coal train. The horses and n an
were killed, and the wagon wrecked.
Four cars were derailed, teariog np a
considerable stretch ol track.
Tbe first snow of the sbason fell this
morning. The wind Is brisk but not
Grain and Provisions.
THL'HSDAV, OCTOBEK 23, HH.
roTTOw Fteadrs ra'dJiKig. 9'4iios.
lour Steady; XXJL to cnuioe, liW jH.30
V.HAT Ixjwer: No. I Hed, TTJsii'.TSc;
ho. 1 Red, 67H-N3.
toaa Lower; No. i mixed, ii 443!ioi
No. 1 white mixed. 4'. 0,tUS".
Oats Ijo wer: No. 2S So.
Kra r-irmcr: So. 2. LO ,a
Tobacco rirm; luvs: common to choie
ta.iWWJiu: leaf: common rwl leaf, ITioa
ju.uu: medium to rood CJ.0dl7.XI.
Hat Pnun i.5oilLt.0j tor prime to choice
new; olover mixet $t.WttQto lor common t
prime: prlm new timothy, HU.tWll.yO; fau
cy. f ii.mt.tiVh).
linrrcH Stemly: cnolcoto fancy creamer
ffiifrliio: dairy, cuoice to lancy, aii'io; low
nos Firm; fresh stock, 16.V517e per
Fotatoss Weak; common to falr,J74a3i3c;
choice to fancy, slut-Tic.
Poke Nominal; new mesa. I16.2S.
Lakd Qiiic t: prime steam. 7"He.
liAUow Looirs. luo: tiiorw, 1 1 ,Sw-ll-iC ; clear
ni', 114IISC ail packed.
wool. Tub-waADed. choice. 29o: fair.
27o; dlniry and low 'Aa. Unwashed Choice
medium. Su-illc; kooJ arerasre nu
diuin i.stUto: suiecied lunt floe lTlo; icoo 1
aerao, l'4l7o; hoary 14 ilOc: oomhlmr. ,
tito Aiitti-.o; ootntMPf, low irralf. ie-Al7j.
HiDBM xu-ady aol Brm; dry Bint, 10'io;
ditmairod, Uso; hulls or stairs Hint KK
saJt4Ml, Ifc; Kiun stock. 5c. Oreen saltu I. ttc:
ditnnun.1, .o; veal calf skint, U'c; bulls or
suir, 6c; (rrewn uiicurud, 7j7'-iO; datnag-el,
bn; nine. :io.
iitKf Pelts Dull: rroon. SMJVjo; dry
do, 4&itUc., as to amo'intand guatityot woo.,
green sbearliuj, Uit&)c.
Whiat Weaker; Mo. Si Rod. November,
84'4c; December, tW'ac; January, 8lc; Febru
ary, Pie; May. I5e.
Coim Lower; Novotnbor, SJSc; December,
SOSc; January, 47c; .May, 481ac
Oats Wtaikft-; October, c; November,
81 c; Uecembur, it So.
Wiisat Iyower: Ooiobor. '3'io; Norom
tr, 74So; December, 70; Jauunry, "Wii
77c; May, N3o.
COB! Lower; Octo tier, 420; Norembor.
Co; yoar. c; January, 8'e; May. 3V.
Oats Weukpr; .Oi'tobcr, 25So; Novemb,.T,
Sfo; DoocmlKT, Stle; year, S&So; May,
Ponic Iwor: Octobor, $15.50; year,
$11.75; January. fll.W. 4
La 110 Wt-aker; November, $7.00; Peci'tn
bor. 7.(W; January, 17.07 V February, $7.17',.
(tuna Kibs Ootobor, iw.oO; November,
$7.10; January, $4.10.
Live Stock Markets.
Hons RcoelpH, 23JA0; modoratcly active;
llirht. $4.4i).fti; ronih pilrklnir, $i.5ii(!$
Ut.K'i; heavy packing mid ahlpplujr, $.i.tXKj
Cattlr Receipts, 1,010; dull; liV15o lowor;
exKrts, M.ii0rt7.ii0; kooJ to clioloo, $5.iiik.i
tt.ixi; coiiimon to fair, fi.iuii5.t0; Texans, t-l.'M
Rnnv.r Rroolpt, 3,M; weak; common to
OikAi 0 at $ !jy4.50.
Cattlk Ilecplpts, 1.IB0; stronir and fairly
exoHA. $AiWii M; (rood to chiuco sliippinir,
(5.iW5.WJ; oomnion to medium, $ .&ifr5.5ii;
"ws. ftiakKrtVI.au: fuvlora, $;l.7jiiJ4.25; jerasa
Thisi sUH-ia, ti.liiQjM.66; Colorado Imll-brt-eds,
HooK-Il.'oHptH, 4,r0i); firm and a shade
liivlicr; hiUt of l;:l to 415 ixmnds avi-riiKU at
ll.iMAOWi mainly $ 4.70'i.4.76.
MiKttf UeoeiiMA, '.VU; uuiet ami unchanged.
Catii.k I'ni-hsnireil ; extra cattlo, tOKkftiUKj
rondU) ehulcn humth, $5.6Ukin.0.i; fuir to modi
urn, ai.llt5.jU; irood buu hers", $4.4.70;
Texan Moers, 4Awf4.1(l; Texas cowx,
Witdtern stockers, $3.&O4JJ0; yearlinifs,
Hiikkp AKn Lakiw Shoep steady; lambs
dull aud lower; medium to trood nhocp, $;i.2A
4.T: mkI to Mioice (4uiHiia lambs, tt.toj
ailbt wvuturn, ll.Sxic.6.75.
Hocm . (!noiiiiud: mt'dlum to fair York
em, $4.K4.Ti; gool to Phnloo do., 14.80
4JWj butolior grade, $4.i5yw.l5.
Mony and 8 too 'a 11 rk t.
Ksw Von, Oetohur SI. Monoy 3 per
0011 1.; exolmnirn dull; Oovernmunts stroiiir;
ouneiiey, S'a, t bid; 4's. oouponn, in bl.l;
l i i do, 112 bid. At the nponlnir of tbo
uiarkiK UiU monitor prior of stocks wore
IrriHrular. Diirintr iho Urst thirty minutes
ihi'y fluotuatnd f roiuently, but tiio chaniros
wore only fraot.lonnl. At the first call tlio
ull elliiuee sent iiutnnrcUH nipportlnir ord
er, which s iiailloii the l.l, dur.nir tlmo to
imkml and priors a-ruduallr advanced. At
iiiua U10 advanne raitirml H to 1a, but
hortly after uiidluy reports were put In
'treelaitou to the nfToot that tbn 1'innnyl
wnra Itailroail was ooniempla Inor a eut
tow an ins pr nt rale, and this re-
wliwt ta Meet mg be wbole BUMrtet, suul
ISWUIMMOSl. . -
Fr.m oar Regular Correspondent.
Washinoton, October 20, 1884.
The Ohio election baa quite monopolized
tbo attention of everybody in Washington
the pat week. There lias been much
trepidation ind uneasiness manifest amon
the depattment clirkf, and at the several
lunch rooms where government employes
congregate for their mid-day meal, one
hears scarcely anything but election talk.
On the day of tbe election it was spccislly
evident that the government clerks were in
a state of very unpleasant suspense. Tbiy
were constantly running out in search of
news, hoping to get hold of something that
would tend to n.ake them feel secure in
their positions, lor all of them believe that
a Democratic victory means a clean sweep
01 tne aenirtraents. Ihislee inif was il
lustrated by one clerk who has held his po
sition for years, and whom I heard talking
with o;lici3 of forming a liuuting and fish
ing ciub for next year's 6port. He said,
"Well, if Ohio goes tight, and Blaine
comes in, 1 11 join tbe club; but if Cleve
lin J win?, I don't know what will become
Much d jipp iintment is evinced in Re
publican circles at their fallen majority.
In fact the U'jpublican plurality claimed on
Wednesday diminished so rapidly that the
much boasted victory in Ohio turns out to
be in reality a defeat. Aty falling below
their plurality of the list Presidential year
mustte accounted as a sign of waning
strength in the Republicans. As O irfield
hid 35,000 plu-ahty, and there was nearly
20,000 Republican plurality in October,
1880, if we allow for the natural increase
of population and for the extraordinary full
vote brought out by the struggle for life
the "grand old party" hs put forth in that
to the 111 indispensable state, we must see
that tbe small October plurality means de
feat in Move nber, unless by the policy of
blunter they bave adopted, they can deceive
the people as to the true significance of
labt Tuesday's voting. The returns fchow a
loss from the normal Republican strength
of 10,000. Now that tbe smoke of the con
flict has cleared away, the bard facts are
that a Republican state hae only been held
in line by a plurality diminished by nearly
half from that of four years stro. Consid
ering thedesperate means resorted to in se
curing this meagre result, tbe thousands of
deputy marshals paid from the Federal
treasury to do partisan work, the enormous
corruption fund Gould and the other mo
nopolist friends of Blaine have sent into
Ohio, Democrats may well thke hesrt for
the vital contest of November.
Pension Commissioner Dudley, by. the
way, found some difficulty in getting the
expense sccounts of tbe pension office
aeuts whom he had ordered to Ohio, ap
proved on his return to Washington; I am
told tljit Deputy Commissioner Clark re
fused when requested by the commissioner
to approve expense accounts of which he
knew nothing. He was willing enough to
certify that the agents were ordered to
Ohio by Dudley, and they acted while
there under Dudley's orders, but that was
as far as he cared to go. I fancy Dudley
will have to approve them himself. He
would be equal to the occasion I saw him
on the street the other day, and his exprfs
sion struck me as one of pleasure at the
way he and bis agents carried things with
a high hand in Ohio. But their perform
ance on election day would lurnibQ an in
teresting chapter of political history which
will probably never be written, and some
of the things which they did openly would
undoubtedly be classed as flugrantly un
lawful. There, for instance, Estes 0. Rith
bone, who is chief of the special examina
tion division of the pension office, and no
longer an agent of the treasury secret ser
vice, was out in full armor of the knight of
the white feather, acting as a secret service
detective, with a view to keeping the wick
ed Democrats from voting.
The pyramidal capstone of the Welling
ton monument is completed and is an ob
ject of great curiosity to multitudes of peo
ple. The pinnacle of the marblo is cut
away to allow a copper apex to set into the
stone, which will be connected with tho
lightning rod on the interior of the monu
ment. The workmen siy that many peo
ple, especially young ladie?, insist on
perching themselves upon this stone to say
that they have stood upon the apex of the
The Clapp committee issues another "ap
peal" to the buckward clerks. Ohio lias
exhausted the fund, and there are New
York, Indiana, New Jersey and Connecti
cut waiting to bo supplied with deputy
marshals and bull-dog pistols. Cexox.
Bickache is b .niahed by St. Jacobs O 1,
tho most retnarkablo medicino ever discov
ered. The Marker.
TnonsDAY Evening, Oct. 23, 1884.
The weather is clear and cold, with a
brisk wind from tho north that needs tem
pering to tl'e thin blooded people of tills
climate! but would bo considered moroly a
pleasant brmzo to the dwellers in tho
great luko regions of tho north. List
night was very near to freezing tempers
turo and we will probably have a tasto of
ice before the weather changes again.
The mnrket continues dull and unchang
ed in all departments.
FLOUR Very dull with full , stocks in
all grades and no buyers.
HAY Unchanged, Plenty offering but
sales are light.
CORN New corn is selling from wag
ons at 85 to 38 cents. Old corn is not
wanted at present quotations.
OATS Tho market is well supplied and
the demand small.
MEAL Dull and unchanged.
BKAN In good demand at a slight ad
vance over last week's quotations.
BUTTER Market firm and demand
good for choice dairy and creamery.
EGOS Steady and unchanged. Re
ceipts find ready sale at quotations.
APrLES Choice winter stock is in
request at good prices.
VEGETABLES Cabbage finds a good
market. Potatoes come in slow and sell
readily. Onions are firm and in fair de
frSaloH and diuotationfl.
NOTR. Tbe (incus cor given are lot sale from
ftrr hand In round lots. Ad advance Is
fhiryeit for broken Intsin fllllnor(1i r.
3fl0 Mi's various grades
5 5035 OC
, i o
........ a so
nn Dri'schuiie ramlly
1"0 hhli Family
100 bbls Fancy
2 csrs choice Timothy small bale,...
1 car nrlrt prime
1 car mixed
2 curs choice ,
White In bulk
2 ran In hnlk.,
3 can in bulk..
1 car in tacks.,
in. 1 Medltranean.
No. 3 do .
WlMils nt.v on orders 3 7?&! 0
100 bbls City " !i 7
Wi pounds country 1AI8
r' pounds choice dairy ... SAiS
auCI pounds fancy creamery iW&iO
S coops large young and hens 3 50(23 f0
10 coop c otce young 2 75
4 coops media-" young 2 50
ADD'es nerbnsh 507175
Choice per bbl 3 fOJil 00
Common pcrbul .. 1 n)tH 00
PoUtoes. per "buehol.. S!n40
PoUloes per bbl - 1 30
Orange, nominal . 007 no
Lemons M S 0)3 50
Choice per hmel 1 so! no
Choice per bushel t teste t 6075
Per 190 choice m. 7 (,03 00
Tuu-waehed M taftft
Fine anwascd UU1
riercus, , .. a...,,,,.....,, ... mmm. ... . ......... S
f'nln ism lSVfilJ
Fancy Canvassed 11am 115
Clear sid 15
Kt. Johns : 16
Ohio River 1 05
C4 bushel burlaps I
5 bushel 12
Choice band picked navy 8 00
PomD'on 1 8i to
Cream...,, ,.,., I3V4
10 to q'
10 10 rn
10 In 45
M to 3 on
73 to 8 50
, - 8 to 50
1 00 to U 00
Beam per pound
Calf, Urocn , jv
Dry Flint choice U
Dry Salt , 11
Sheep Polls, dry M Ii"il5t
Sheep P.lts.ffri'on W
Damaged Hides H of
Common Luhb , ; f, ik
Oood lugs. fiii ti 0V
owLaf , 4 7V(, k if
Medium Leaf , h fc 1 fC
Our4Uar. ..... 7'"0
KATES OK FREKMIT.
Clra'.n liny Flour Pi rk
Vcwt. Wrwt. avhbl. VliM.
Memphl x'lH IP IT fW
vOrlnstis, m 17V4 SO 43 '
flsiena, Ark... la mi ml 45
pVickhur t:M 45
"aim" 110 Ii5 40 00
All other way points
belli Memphis n
New Or.ean M 35 80 50 T3
Hay Fever and Rose Cold.
I Can recommend Klv's Cream Balm to
relieve all persons suffering fn-m rose cold
and Imy fever. I have lu'en a great sufl'ur
cr from these c tnplninta and have Used It.
I have recommended it to many of my
friends for catarrh, and in all cie whore
they havo used the balm freely they have
been cured. T.Kenney, Dry Goods Mer
chant, Itbaca, N. Y,
rjiUECITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Iilttiftia.
Tl OMO LEVEE.
A General Banking: Business
TI10S, "W. IIALLLUAY
JNTEUPIiSE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BAN K.
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
K. BRUSH, President.
U. WELLS, Cashier.
I P. NEFF, VlceCrcH'nl
I T. J. Kerth. Ass't cabb
. Bross IVro I William KlULe. .C-Iro
PuterNeff " William Wolf.... "
C, M Oslerlob " IC. (. Patier "
b A. Under " II. Wells
J. V. Cleinson, Caledonia.'
A;ENERALBANKINO BUSINSnS done.
Exchanei fold and boucht. Interer t tmlil li
tie Savlnifs Department. Collodions made ind
all business promptly attended te.
JH. .1. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, ill.
VAPOR, ELECTRO-VAPOH and MEDICATED
A '.ttjy In attendance.
M. 1JARHELL, M. D.
OFFICE East Side Commercial, below 8th St.
)K. H W. WUITLOCK,
urtus No. 136 Commercial Avvnnt, b'ltweea
r'"i slid Nll.th Ntreeu
Jl 0. PARSONS, M. D.,
OCULIST AND AURIST.
OFFICE-Clty Drug Store, Carbondale, 111.
617 St. Cbarlsi St. ST. L0DIS, HO.
A rgiilnr Orndnntu 01 two niedlral
enllegi', bss been loiniei engaged in the treat
nipnt ufC'liroiili', Narvona, HUin stml
lllooil Ulsesiei tlisn siiv other physician In
HU txiiils, sicliy psperisfiow unit ul I v. lit resi
dents know, Cnuiultatliin4toir.ee orbr n.all,
free snd Invited. A frlemll" tulk or Ins opinion
costs nothing. When Ills 1'ioi't.ventent WvHIi
the city for treatment, nii'illi'lnes can be sent
bynmllor f xri- evervwheie, Cursble east's
Riisniuterili where doubt csUtult Is fraukly
stated. Call or Write.
Wsrvons, Prnst ration, Behli Ity, stsntai anj
Physical Wesknsss, Merewlal arid other
affections of Throat, Kklnas4 Ronfs Klood
Impurlllss and Blood Polmnlnf, lkla A flee
tlons, Old Sores and Dicers, IropsdlmeaU U
Marriage, Bheumatlsia, Piles. Special at
tention t cases from over-worked trTatn.
m noiCAL CASKS recslrs special attention.
Diseases arising- from Imprailsness, Vicessea,
Indulgences or Exposures,
SSSMM SSSS asSSSlSW S
It Is self.evliUnt that a physlelsn fnylng
psrtleiilsrstti'iitlontua clsntof esies attains
jrest skill, and physicians In regular pi-aotlr
all over the country knowing this, rreii 'eiilly
recommend m.ee to theolitent office It" A merl
es, where evrry known siipllsiii'M Is ttiortcC
to, and ths pcovliooil rnimlU of alk
ages snd countries are used. A whole liense 1
used flirolllce purpoes, sml all are treaM HU
skill In a re'perlrul insiineri and, knnw.ng
whsttodo, iioesperlmentisreniade, (,n ..o
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LLINOIS CENTRAL K. R
vov uuv. uivuvui nvwvv
St. Louis anil Chicago.
- w a-a ,m m a - w - v aaisi i a
Trains lbavs Caiho:
ArrWluuln St. Louts S 00a.m.; Chlcno,H:30p.it.
ConnBcilnit' st Oilln and Krtlnirham for Clncto
natl. LomsTille, Indianapolis and points East.
LS:35 p. m. F'ast St. Louis ami
Arriving In St I.onls 6:45 p. m.,and ronnectln
for all points West.
3:45 p. m. fast Express.
For St. Louis and Chicago, arriving at St. Loots
10-15 p. m.. and Chicago ? :a. m.
3:45 p.m Cincinnati KJxiireBs.'
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:"0 a. m.; Lotliavllli l:&5
a. m. ; Iudiaiiapoit i:if a m. PasneLgerk br
this train reai b the ab,,ve points ly to 3U
liOL'Ka In advLCu of any other route.
tThe 3:45 a. m. express has PULLMAN
BukEPInO CAR from Cairo to Cincinnati, with
out changes, aud through sleepers to St. Lou If
Fast Time Kast.
Pji ccpti (reva "y ,b" lln8 thr0Qn 10 KMU
I aascilCiS era points without njr delay
caused by Hundsv intervening. The Haturdsy after
loon tr:u fiota Cairo arrives In new York Monday
norniug at 10:35. Thirty-six hours In advanced
nv other route,
through tickets and further Information
tppiv at Illinois central Kaiiroaa uepot., Cairo.
a- u. j.m.s, Ticket Agent.
1. U. HAN BON. 6un. Pass. Agent. Chicago
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Trains depart. Trains arrWe.
tMail ...'.'.!:) a.m. i tM,ill. 4:i5a. m.
Express : I5 p. m. I ttt press 11:45 a. m.
St Louis Ex ly n. m. i tst Louis Ex 2:15 p. m.
I. c K. R (Southern Division)
tMail 4:45a.mitN. o. Ex ,.il:10 a.m.
tKxpress lii::ia m. ItN.O. Ex... ll:10a.m.
tAccom. a a p.m. 1
I tN.O. K 4:30p.m.
RT. L. A I.
M. It. K.
trTxprecs 10:110 p.m.
St L. Mall... 7:4 p.m.
I tExurers 2:30t. m.
tst.L. Mall. ..8:30a.m.
ft L. Ex....h:00p. m.
tSt. L. to. I U::U)a m
w., sr. ii. m v. u. ii.
Mall tt Ex.
...,:iu a.m. i -msii a x....up.in.
. 4:00 p.m. I Accorn I0:0a.m.
7:45 a.m. Freight 6:45 p.m.
MOBILE OHIO R. R.
. ,5:55a.m. Mall 9:10 p.m
Dally except Sunday, t Dullr.
DEPARTURE. OF MAILS.'
Arr at I Dep're
6 a. m.
I. C. R. R (through lock mail).
9 p. m.
9 p. m.
9 p. m
9 p. m.
I a. ni.
S p. m.
' (way mall)....
" (Southern Dlv.
Iron Mountain R, K
Wshash K. R
Texas A St. Louis R. R...,
.3 ho p.m.
. 6 a. m.
li noon I
St. Louis a Culm K. R 4 p. m.
Ohio River 3 p. m.
Mies litver arrives Wed , Sat. A Mon.
departs Wed , Fri. Hun.
P O. gondel. op n from 7:30 am to 7:30 pm
P.O. box del. oi'tn irom. 6 a.m. to 9 p. m.
Sundays get. del. open Irom... .8a. m. to lua.m.
SuikIhvs imx del. open from. ...6 a. m. to 10:30am
(tyNOTE.-Changs will as published from
time to time In city papers. (Hngo your cards ao
cordlugly. WM. Jf. MlTKPUV. P. M
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLLVOJS,'
Orgaulzcd Dcccmbor, 1883, TJuder tLe
Law of 1883.
.Successor to Widows and Orphans Mmnal Aid So
duty, o i;anlxed Juiy 4th, 1877, under
the laws of lifrt.
JOHN II. ROBINSON - President
WM. 8' RATi' N Vlce-Prtsidont .
J. A. GULuSTINK Treasurer
C. W. DUNNING Medical Adviser
TIIOMA3 LEWIS Secretary
BOARD OF 1)1 HECTOR-! for 1st YEAR.
Wni. Stratum, Sir tton . Bird, rocrs, Cairo, 111.
J. A. (lOiilettnu, oMJoldKtlnu A Rnseu water, whole
sale and retnl dry gnod;C. W. Ounning, M. O.;
I'n". lid. Med Kx., for linsions; Albert Lewis.
Cnmiiilesloii merchant: J. II Robinson, county
Judge an notnry pulillc; Win. V. Pltcher.com.
brokur and inturiiiice aitent; R, 11. llalrd, cU
l H' I B II yv , .U, I U'lll PiMIIllUIOI.UU UU1IU
er; Ihomas l.ewl, stlornov end secretary ; R.V."
P:erce,ttorney t-lw, DuQnoln III.; K . 0 . Paea ,
canhlor of ontcnnlal Hun-, Ashlcy.IU.; Albert
llavilen. csxhl'-r of lleorgeConno ly A Co., Spring
flelil, 1 1 i U, M "nun, attomev-at-law. Ibt) Ran-
dolph sired, Chlcsgn; Hon. Itolit. A. Uatcber, at-torncv-Kt
law, Chsrleston, Mo t II. Lelirhtan
cashier First National hank, b I Hurt. Iowa.
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