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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING JANUARY 15, 1884.
In j-onr IMfe worth a Dollar?
Perhaps that seems a nigh price
for it, considering how poor your
blood is, and how your whole sys
1 tern is prostrated, debilitated, and
enfeebled. People have been heard
to say, under such circumstances,
that they would not Rive the toss
of a copper for the choice between
life and death. But when it comes
to actually drawing near the grave,
a man naturally draws back, and
says he does not want to die. Life
is very precious, and even to a broken-down
man it is worth saving,
One dollar will buy a bottle of
Browns Iron Bitters. That one
dollar may start you on the road
from misery to recovery. A man
must take a very mean view of
himself who is not willing to invest
that much in making one serious
effort to rescue himself from deadly
debility, and to step into the en
joyment of solid health. Browns
Iron Bitters vitalizes the blood,
tones the nerves, and rebuilds the
system. Its work is well known.
Invest that dolkir in a bottle. 8
AND BLOOD DISEASES.
PHYSICIANS ENDORSE IT HEARTILY.
"Kidney-Wort la the moat suooeeaful remedy
X ever used." Dr. P. 0. BaJlou, Monk ton, Vi,
"Kidney-Wort ia always reliable."
Dr. B. N. Clark, So. Hero. Vfc
"Kidney-Wort haa cured my 1ft after two yean
Buffering." Dr. C. II. Summerlin, Sun Hill, Qa
IN THOUSANDS OF CASES
tt haa eared where aUelM had failed. It It mild,
butefflment, CEKTA1.N Vi ITU ACTION, but
harmless in all oaaea.
IV It eleaiuea the Blood aid Btreagtheas aaa
(Itm Naw LIT to all the important organs of
the body. The natural action of the Kidneys la
restored. The Liver is eleansed of alldlseaee,
and the Bowels move freely and healthfully.
In this way the worst diseases are sradioatod
from the system. ;
ma, itoo uo-jro 01 dbt, bold it bwmwib.
Dry oan be sent by mail.
WELLS, RICUARDrJOX AOO.Burllajrtoa Vt.
A Valuable Discovery for supplying Magnetism to
the Human rjys'em. Electrlcitv and Magnetism
atlllaed as never before for Healing toe hick.
THS M.AQNKTOS APPLIANCE CO.'S
Magnetic Kidney Belt!
FOK MSN IS
WARRANTED TO CURE
BT RiroKDSO, the following diseases wlthou. med
ietas: Patus im tub back, hips, hiad or limbs,
TOTS BEBILITT, LtHUAOO, iMBRAL SKB-IJTT,
UinaUTItH, . FABALTNIS, MgtfJULOlA, SCI ATI A,
BUIASII OF TH1 E1DIIT. SPINAL DISIASCS, TOKPID
uraa, Goat. Seminal Emissions, lmpoiency,
Asthma, Ilea-t DUeaee, Dyspepsia, Constipation,
Brvslpelas, Indigestion, Hernia or Rapture, Cst
arrh, Files, Epilepsy, Dumb Ague, etc.
When an debility of tbe GKNEKATIVB OH
OAN 8 occurs. Lost Vitality, Lack of Nervs Force
and Vigor, Waiting Weakness, and all those Dis
eases of a personal nature, Irom wbatever cause,
tfaecontiauous stream of magnetism permeating
through the parts, must restore them to a healthy
action. ..There ls.no mistake about this App l-
TO THE LADIES: I'Kffl
Weakness of tbe Spine, Falling of the Womb,
Leocerrhaaa, Chronic Inflammation or Ulceration
f the Womb, Incidental Hemorrhage or Flooding,
Painful, buppressed and Irregular Menstruation,
BarreuDWi, and Change of Life, this If the Best
Appliance and Curative Agent known.
For all lorms of Female Dttfleultlea It is unsur
passed by anything before Invented, both as a
atratlve agent and as a source of power and vital
taatlon. Price of either Belt with Magnetic Insoles. Ill),
aant by exprees 0. 0. D. ana examination al
lowed, or by mall on receipt of price. In ordering
seed measure of waist and slse of shoe. Kemlw
lance can be made In currency, sent in letter at
The Magnetic Garments are adapted to all ages,
are worn oyer the underclothing (not next to the
body like the many Ualvanic and Electric Hum
wags advertlad so extensively), and should be
tak-n off at n got. They hold their POWKR
TuRK VKR. and are worn at all seasons of the
Bend stamp for the "New Departure In Medical
Treatment Wiihoal Medicine," with thousands of
TUB MAGS ETON APPLIASCE CO.,
218 State Street, Chicago, 111.
KoTi. Send one dol ar In postage etanpa or
enrrency (in letter at our risk) witi slse ot shoe
nasally worn, sod try a pair of our Magnetic In
soles, and be conviuced o' the power residing in
oar other Magnetic Appliances. Po-ltivety no
eold feet when th are worn, or Tone refunded.
Vfhc .rant rlo.v, luxuriant
vy I '"sscsoi HDunuuiu,
.ifilul fl?r must use
m MMJN. This
cu-kaut, i ik... )' .Ai title always
makes the l!air prow freely
and fast, keep it from falling
out, arrests and cures gray
ness. removes dandrff ana
itching, makes the Hair
strong, giving it a curling
tendency and keeping It in
any desired position. Beau
tiful, healthy Hair is the sure
result of using Kathakon.
Iranian, Neuralgia, adatlca,
Pleorliy Pain, Blltrh In the
Side, Backache, Swollen Joints,
Heart Hist, Bore Muscles,
Fata la the Cheat, and all painsand aches either local or
aaaaeeaaea are uutaouy yut-i uu mmiiij rm vj
e'wo1-knowa Hop fleeter. Compounded, as it la, of
agdlr1"' " (rh Hope, Uuma, Bahama and
taeSLiaU4 (as hear paln-killlnc, stlmaUUrnt,
!jf aaadaareneBealnc Purona llaater ever made.
' TnTr-'' are aoM by ail iraggUU Ami country store.
T . at mm mm, mm
-a esewevBvvivr m--Maltsd
price. Horn FrC .
Frearfaears aad ataaa-
KSSJ-eedtooe-wS'- breath, euur aod Uver
jZmIU'rr Mnmth aad Ur Pllle, M.
The Daily Bulletin.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION :
Dally on feat by earrler - I' 0
(WperceaLdlseanattl patd la advance.)
Dally, ens year or mall..... 'J JJ?
n11. nna maflta .uw.uuhw....m A w
fcPubltsbed ewry moraing (Mondays srrepted)
Wajiklr. mntltha 1 U
Publlshederery Monday apon.
taT-Clubs ofaa or more lor Weekly Bui stlnat
one time, per year, i.eu ai-
All Coamanloatlons shoold be addressed to
R. A. BURNaTT,
Plbllsher and Proprietor.
Her FlckleneM Illustrated In tbe Cae
of a Once Pro parous Cin
cinnati Family, -
Twenty-five years ajro I was the jruest
in Cincinnati of one of the moat exten
sive and prosperous pork packers in
the West, and that wtui when a boar's
head was the accepted insignia of Cin
cinnati, and the appellation of "Pork
opolis" more proudly boasted than the
present effetejjtie ot "Pari8 Amer
ica." Thrc-'man had branch es
tablishments at Louisville and other
cities, and the brand of his cured meats
was of world reputation. He had just
married in a neighboring villajro now
a prosperous manufacturing village a
i-oung lady ackuowledgeti to be the
landsomest woman in Ohio, and who
disputed with Sallie Ward, the then fa
mous Kentucky belle, the palm for
loveliness.whon they were both visitors
to your city. I well remembor the wed
ding as it was a famous one. The boau
ty and popularity of the brido drew an
immense concourse of people to the
church. Fully a thousand people who
failed to gain admission blocked the
street for a square, and on the ap
proach of the bridal party, and on its
exit, the bride was greeted with all tba
earnest manifestations which a . devoted
people would extend to a queen.
During his engagement the merchant
had purchased beautiful grounds and
built what was then considered the
mo-it elegant house in the city and fur
nished it without regard to expense.
This was his wedding gift to his wife
and was valued at 1100,000. lor days
previous to its occupancy a steady
stream of visitors poured through the
sumptuous rooms, and all were lavish
in their praise. After returning from
an extended bridal tour, they settled in
their luxurious home and entered into
a season of gayety. Elegant parties
were made for them and they enter
tained royally. But the great pork
crash came what year I do not re
memberand carried down everybody
engaged in the business, our merchant
among the rest, lie stuggled along in
an embarrrssed mannor for several
yoars afterwards, his wife mortgaging
tier home to furnish him the fimited
means, but at last was unable to com
pete with t'u' fioih blood and capital
invested in the business, and he suc
cumbed entirely. Having some genius
for mechanics,he made a number of fu
tile attempts la the direction of inven
tion, wasting the little remnant of his
wife's resources. His last attempt was
ro win the prize offered by the State of
New York for a motive power for a
canal boat that would not wash the
banks. . ilis health had been breaking
for a long time, and this failure pros
trated all h iB energios. He died a few
years ago leaving his wife and three
children in the last degree of impover
ishment. The son.now a young man.had
steady employment for a while, but
through a protracted spell of sickness,
lost it. The eldest daughter bad ruined
her health in running one of the presses
in the Treasury Department, and the
mother, whose glorious beauty and no
ble qualities had entranced all eyos
and won all hearts, with her invalid
children, her own frame racked with
rheumatism,, struggles out of a year of
sorrow into one without hope.
The incidents related came to me
freshly a few days since on receiving a
request from the son to aid him to ob
tain a situation which he has not yet
been able to secure. Cor. Cincinnati
A Modern Martyr.
A recent writer in one of the relig
ious journals tells the following story
of Sister Simplice, a nun of the Order
of Bon Sccours:
Five years ago she had in charge the
little children of a gentleman of and
near Paris. She was walking with
them in their garden when a sound in
thu shrubbery near by caused her to
start and turn pale. She knew that the
fierce dog w, i.:h the owner of the chatr
enu should have kept chained must
have freed himself, there wtis still
t rue enough; she could easily reach a
pmc-e of safety. Ah, but the children!
:ih will not leave them. Sue gathered
t m Hbout her hurriedly and perhups
-iim-i a few ynrds toward the huuHi!. It
i too late. The huge crealuro is in
i si ;nt, bounding tow .i 1 them with red
us nd loumin mmuh mad. Whut
liul she do? i here was but one thing
lor a Sinter of Good Help to do. With
one grand sw ep she thrusts the chil
dren behind her, and crying aloud for
aid, but never yielding an inch, faces
the brute without a quiver. He springs
upon her; her little white hands are
entwined in his long hair, while the
savage, cruel jaws open and close vic
iously. Perhaps the children cried;
Serhaps you could hear nothing but the
erce, mad snarl of the dog as he bit,
and the poor cries of the Tittle Sister
now growing very weak; but she would
Dot let go her hold, for there were the
children! I wish you could hear the
story as we heard it, in tremulous
broken English, from her who herself
nursed Sister Simplice during the
month of agony through which she
lived. Just before hor death she turn
ed to those by her bed add said:
"I am so glad I could do it. 1
would do it again again "
Scnora, old as that Mexican State is,
has not more than 125,000 inhabitants,
and 75,000 of these are pure Indians.
There 'Are about 5,000 natives of the
United States in the State, mostly spec
ulators. Fabulous sums are said to
have btt n taken out of her mine, and
now and then a rase tilled with gold
nuggets left by the Spaniards.
The Advantugn of Being a Frwtrh
The Academy has no action now on
politics. Its aotlon. pnterature, as I
have shown Is becoming renlote. Ufo
is too busy undgr.-V1'6 Rep"0' f,or
Academicians to attot, d faithfully to tho
task, enjoined in the, (ntut6s. of com
piling a dictionary, ...WHr it may be
iald.left tbe illustrious Winpany noth
ing to do. There are social advantages
iiH-eing one of the Forty An Acado
micianrH wifo finds It' easy to obtain
good matches for' lifer "daughters, al
though their portions aw' small. Ihe
book-seller, alsd ii tubre ready to enter
into terms with a ndvelist, dramatist,
or historian who Is of the Academy,
provided he Is not fossifted or that his
works have currency. But if ananthor
is in the way to become a fossil, the
riht to don the palm-embroidered coat
hastens the cl ange. The literary man
does not keep so fresh in as out of the
Academy. Legove and Mignot have
Rnnan has visibly
LM'CU V.H U..iu -----
.town Rinee he obtained a chair.
J'roM "The Forty Immortal,"
The poor sufferer that h.u been dosing
himself with so-called Troches and thereby
upset his stomach without curing the
troublesome cough, should take our advice
and use at once Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
and get well.
Monday Evening, Jan. 14, 1884.
The weather is exceedingly changeable
clear and ple tsant yesterday and made up
of rain and heavy damp snow to-day.
The market appears to be the only thing
that never changes. The dullness that has
held for weeks still continues, and tLe
break in other markets is likely to affect
commodities here that have been holding
Tbe river is rising and full of floating
FLOUR Dull and unchanged; stocks
of all grades are full and the demand very
HAT Receipts are liberal and the de
mand light. No sale for low grade bay.
CORN The market is steady and
ch oice dry corn is in fair request.
OATS Prices continue unchanged;
stocks are fair and the demand only mod
erate. MEAL Firm and steady.
BRAN None in market. The mills
have shutdown and prices will advance.
BUTTER Steady and unchanged;
choice stock is in good request, but common
EGGS Stocks are held for hich prices;
choice fresh eggs sell readily at 23c; old
CHICKENS The market is bare of
choice hens which are in fair demand. Small,
poor chickens will not sell.
TURKEYS Scarce and wanted.
APPLES Firm at last week's quota
tions. POTATOES Choice peachblows are in
demand at 40 to 50c per bushel, according
Sales and Quotations.
NOT!!. The prices here jriverj ere for tales from
first bands tn round lota. An advance 1
charged for broken lot in fliltnsorrlers.
Kxtra fanc 5 lofc S5
300 bbls vartooi grades.. a tM 50
Family .. 4 154 8S
Cho ce. ......A 6tjh4 75
Fancy-... 4 M35 00
4 cars gilt edge small bale
5 cars choice Timothy ""
1 cars pnme
1 car choice
2 cars good mixed
9 cars choice whits In bnlk..
cars mixed In bnlk
lcar naw white in sacks
8 cars choice in bnlk
t cars mixed In bulk
No. 1 Red, perbn....
No. I Medtteranean.
JOObbls City on orders IMS 43
4(Vi pouTirt choice Northern packed
gli unniif'" choice Northrn dairy !M
Bon pon"rt" Hnwhirn lltt rol 1 18 2
00 p"nr d crenmery 28 8
8 0 pnnnd choice roll ... V
H.o pound Southern Illinois 31"
8'm rtorn '024
4 H,izi.ri 21
600 doznn (old ttock) 15
S niofs mlied and hent 1 502 fO
s coops h-DS. 9VWi'
Orjniln per doi .
I'abblts per dozen
Wild dncka per dnten
Per bM choice Ben Davis .......... r -
Choice Wlnetaps ....
.1 soax no
e teee .tseeeeeteese'
.s 0032 60
Choice red ...
Potatoes per both Peach Blow 4faV
Potatoes tier buth Earlr Kme 4T&45
Potatoes por bbl - 1 752 00
According to tits.,
10 roan ps
teietsess t tee a sees)
Plalu ham ,
8. C. Hanit. ...... .......
St. Johns '. "
Ohio Klver.... 1
9Vi bushel bnrlsut.
5 bnthel "
Peaehes.halveiand quarters f3Mf
Applet, DNgru -
Choice niTT 1 0033 IB
rjbolce medium M
Choice, factory ,... 10
C 16 A 111 ill iMHiiMI.Milii t assesses! 1ft
Coon 10 to 65
Vlnk m 10 to 46
Red fox 1 (4
Wild Cat.. 10 to 6
Bear r per pound 50 to 541
Otter 75 to 6 0
opoasum a to 11
Boar - 1 00 to 9 00
Dry Flint choice
Sheep Pel tH, dry
Hheep Peltt, green
Damafud 11 Idee
Good tail ... .
.1 7MM W
. 4 BOA 5
4 75(8 '
, l IKlrfJ 7 f
. 7 M3 S 'f
RATKS OF FKGIPIIT.
Me i' v.hti.... 12J,
.. .... 1 ii
v t)r'eane,M 17'
Helena, Ark ..
V'ick.hnre, Prentets Home I 4 oer cwt. hlshe
All other wa points below Memph't toSew Or
leant, -ame rates as to K toettoa
85 S. Clark St., Opp. Court House, CHICAGO.
A nwnlar miltitta. 4TheOlri wMsttat
In the L'mteJ States, wuuim Lira lo.nu iaiiriksck,
perfect method and pun medicine iniure bpeedt
and riRXA.iKNT ginr. of all Pnvat. Chronic and
.Norrom Uiw.wi Affectiontof the Blood, Skin,
Kldaeire. Bladder, Eruptloat, l lcrre. Old
ore. Swelling of the tilandt. Bore Mouth.
Throat. Heat PaJas, perrnaoeBtljr Sored aod
aiadicauMl trots the ejitein lor itfe.
II C D Ufl 1 1 C DM1t, Impofwtrt.SevwlHol
II CM I U U 0 Lorn,, Sexual Dreay, Mental
and riiyrical Wraknrt, Failing Memory,
Weak Eyn, Stunted Development, Impedi
ments to ilarriage, etc., from streeatn or any
cause, speeds? a-, fftly and privately Cured.
ay Yonae. Middle- Am and Old men, and all
was ned medical ek.111 and eaperleaee.eonault
Dr. Bate tt once. H.J opinroo eoett aothiif .andmaj
save future mttery and taama. When Inconvenient
to vint toe cut for treatment, rad:rinetcn be sent
svenrvhere by m.i:l or eiprees fre ! tbtrr.
vatloa. rjU it telf-eviiltDt that a pbr.ieian who
givee a J tuo.i a:catioa to a eate of disettet
aaiaa (real thill, and phnicttnt tnrotinhoat tht
eonncry, taow;c thit. fwinentiy rcom mend difficult
eases to tae OldeeS ftpeelatlet, by wnota every
known fond rraedv in ated. tfDt. Bate t
As and Eapertenca make hie opinion of an
arena laaportaaee aThoM wiio call tee no
ana bit the Doctor. Lonraltttion free tnd tf redly
eonddeatlal. Ctme which have failed in obtaimns
relief elaewaere. specially solicited. Female Dis
ease! treared. Call or writ. Uonra. from 8 to 4
to Nandan. 1 to 19. GOIES TO HIU.TM
scat Fans. Addrew as above.
an tnamit cwt for PI lea.
Price 91, at drujrlota, or
tent prepaid by mail, batnplc
U PPG R ERA
from Toothful Impradtnee, oaneuia IV
Semns Debility. Henul and Pbytu-
i aal Weakneta, Valoable Iniormatloa l
1 wfTillj. ii.A.U.0Uii,b02 i40kioco 3r
Whote debility, exhaoetcd
poivvre, premature drear
and failure to perform life's
duties properly are otoaed by
eceaa. errors of youth, etc..
will had perfect and lasting
restoration to fobaet bealtK
and Tlfrorone manhood id
THE MAR8T.ON BOLUS.
tenner ttomarti droftfeing nor
TPhvelcal UMiV liiinifnnnl.
aoceMfnl becante baxed on perfect diatrnoeia,
new and ellreet methoda and abmlnle I hor.
naahnea. Full information and Treaties free.
audreu i onmiltins; rnynician of
MRST0NREMEDYCO.,46W.14th8L, New York.
WEAK, UNDEVELOPED PARTS
OF THH HUMAN BODY KLAROKt. DKVKlT
07KD, STRKyGTHKNED." Etc.. wan Mr7hZl
r nit tiT In reri f ti i n-
m we til nay thAttlifreinno eFKlenc of hum-
bun nbnut t hiw. On tha contrary, thp advert in.-rn aro
t-aleTTTrrq ftl T1 CJia!saSa3
BEFORE V-AND -AFTER
ElKtrlc Appliances art isnt m 30 Diyi' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNO OR OLD,
WHO are tnfferlns from Wiavorjl DlstUTT,
Loar ViTJi.iTT, Lace or Nsavs Foeca asd
Vioor, WAtTiKo WtASSEaasa, and all thoee dlaeaeet
of aFsKtoxAL NlTl aa reaultlnn from Att taa tnd
Othib l'Ai:aas. Speedy relief and complete reeto
ration of HtALTa.V ioob and Mahhood Gv.uimiD,
The irrandi'nl dlacovery of tbe Nineteenth Century.
tiiid at once for Illustrated Pamphlet tree. Address
VOLTAIC ItlT CO.. HUIUHAU, MICH.
An onraiiing ana tpeeay care tor
tervoui DebMy and Wtakntu,
Lot of Fiiolifvand Fiiflor, oranj
evil resnltof Indiscretion, sioesa,
overwork, els., (over forty thou
sand positive euros.) ft nd
lfio. for postarn on trial hot of
100 pills. Address,
Dr. M. W. BACON. eor.Clark fit
and Calhoun Clacs, Chigaoo, Iix.
l a vary lateretilnt bent, and hat Net pnaaaaeet av
UMiteaih who hr. rata H. II tielaiit lee sreplM el
lite est Jul tat Ilia eriile ef 4Iiwm, ud .hoila be reed
hm mil tkl.ki.. Mnnlt. It CnBtBiBt VtlO.blt Pf OtMrlDtlOnS
for ike ear it Merrons and Phyeieal DeWlltj, Loet
far Ike ear at Nervons and Phyeleal DeWlltj, ton
Vitality, Dereatlve Memory, Dvipondenoy, u4 tbe
wkl ttAm at ai.nHera brouchl en b. everwark aad Mi
SteMtet 1 alK preaorlptions ht Catarrh, ftarofala, ate.
Awe af tii" mk Mat try aall.aeraraly tteras,tsa) w
miiCtXt.9., IM W. tk SI, 1Mmmmkm
ata. i il ata r-a
ibeforeV AND --fAFTEB 1
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Book and Commercial Job Printer,
COMPLETE IN ALL ITS APPOINTMENTS. CYLINDA B
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FOUR SETS OF DATE FIGURES.
NO. 1 STOCK: Envelopes, Note-paper, Letter,
Paper, Bill Heads, Check Books, Receipt .
Books, (tc., Slc.
A. ISTew Numbering Machine for N umber
The 0KLY Round Hole Perforating Ma
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rjiOE CITY XATIOaSAL BANK.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Banking Bn.-jineM
ENTERPRISE SAVING BANK,
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
TtlOS. W. II A.L.L1 DAY ,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
F. BROSS, Prsairlent.
U. WBLL.8, Cashier.
I P. NrSFF, VlcePres'nl
T. J. Kerth, Asst cash
F. Broas Ca'ro I William Klute. .Cairo
Pe'erNeff " William Wolf....
CM Oaterloh " I C. O. Iatler.... "
E. A. Iiudcr " III. Well
J. Y. Cleraeon, Caledoola.;
A GES ERA I BANKING UCSIN808 OOSI.
Exchange (oM and bought. Interest paid It
the Saving bi'pirtmnnt. Collecitoos made aufl
all haalnwas promptly attended to.
p ALL ID AY BROTHERS
r"I.OrR,R4lN AND Hh,
Kgyjit fan Flouring Mil U
rTle-hr8t Ciixb PrW Paid for Wb. at
The Ideal Caligraph.
THE PERFECT WRITiNO MACHINE.
j Machine warranteu. Ad
justable type bars, perfect auto
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hie tenaion, no lost motion, bar.
eled platen, light carnage. All
Darts Interchangeable. Uoeathe
-work ot three penmen, much neater and mora
legible. lTiocn, $70.00 and $8S.OO.
PARKER, RITTER A CO.. 420 N. 3d, SL laiiie.
rrs CL.es Sr.. Galeae its-
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veu, Narvo w. Cnreblc ADd SpecUl 4le
MM,RpanBalrti(M.lapoUBer(elaAl .. .. -- Cmrn-
.olutloa paranoAllr, er kf Uttaf tne,
Dr. Kaaa fa lit on It abralrtAa Is Ike
mm cltrth.l rtna aire or ae Dev. ASS
pws UlHtraUd book , o.ar l.aee fvaearlslleaa, W hi raaU.
y ROUBLE SELF-CURE
mmA a fhvorIM pTeexTrlptlori of m af Jtt
tnost aoud and eaoeeasful spedalbrts to toe TJUk
(now rettredi tor thenars of rrtrea aVetMfTM
a( JVaakeaa, WeejAte-ae ana Beol
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Address DR. WARD 4 CO.. UruisUaa, Ma.
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ef tba PeQaleeev
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aMwa H. H. EASE, a. H, If.tX. W. Mas Kay-Mora.
78 Ohio Leyee.
LLINOIS CENTRAL R. R
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line liunninc: J
Q DAILY TRAINS
r . t z-i i
JIAKIKO 11KKCT CONNECTION ji I
Taaist Lsati Caibo:
arrlvibiln 8t. Louis 1:45 a.m.: Chica.t):30D.m.
Connecting at Odiii and Kmngbam for CI net a
natl, LouisTUie. iuaiaaapous and points aast.
18:20 p. m. F&mt Bt. Ioui am
irrlvlcc m Bt. Ioals :45 p. m., and counsotlai ;
3:4A p.m. Fasit Kxpresa.
lo.ic'p.m., and Chicago::') a m.
J :o p.m. vincinnH tl n,xproe).
xrrlvliig at CinelLnstl 7:00 a.m.; Louisville 6
a m InHlanannlia 4: a m. pA.eniere
this train reach the above points la to
tiuUKS in advance ol an other rocta.
rjrTbe8:B0 p. m. express has PULLMAf
LtKPING CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, wlthor 'f
:hanges, and throogh sleepers to bt. toots an
Fast Time Kast.
Pi coon trava bT tnl' llne thro(tn E
I USSCllliClB em Dnlnte withont anv del,
aussd by Sunday Intervening. The Saturday afti
toon train from Cairo arrives in new York Mond t
nornlng at 10:85. Thirty-six hours In advanee 1
ov other route, l
cW fur lliruUKU mioir auu luituw liuih.hi
4i-ulv at Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
J. H. JONK8, Ticket Agent l
A. a. uaxbvx. uo. race. Agent., nicagv
R R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
Tro na nnart. Trains Arri'; ?i
0. BT. L it. o. B. R. (Jackson route). !. f,
tMall .........4:40 a.m. I fVail ....4:90p. -
tKipreaa ..... 10 80a.m. Kipress ....10:80a."
Accom 8:50 p.m.
T. L. c. R. R. (Nnrrow-s-suge).
Express ,. s:00a m.
Kx 4 Mail... 10:80a.m.
Accom U:t D.m.
Ex. Mall. .4:10 p IT
Accom. .-....-8:00 p.J
ST. L. I. II. R. R
tKiprese 10:90 p.m. tKxprsrs ..4:90 p
W.j BT. L. a F R R.
Mail At Kx...4:00a.tn. I Mall A Ex.. C.SOp
'Accom 4:00 p.m. I AcCK'n I0::0 a
Freight 7 M a.m. Freight 6:45 p
MOBILE OHIO R. R.
Mail 5:56 a.m. Mull :10p
Daily except Hanrar. t Dallv. ;
AWD DEPAUTURE OF
I i t
I. O. R. R.(thmngn iocs mail). a. m.
(war tnsll 4 80p.m.
" (Southern Dlv .1 p. m.
Iron Mountain B. R l:3ip.m.
Wahaah R. R - 10 p. m.
Texas At 8t. Lonls R. R 7 p. m.
8t, Louts A C lro K. R Bp. m.
Ohio River a p. m.
M!ss Liver arrives Wed . Hat. A Mon.
aeparts wea., rtl. A 8nn.
PO. gep dul.opnfrom 7:80am to T: 'J
P.O. box dol. oi un from (a.m. to9r
rinndavsges. del. onen from. ...Ba. m. to 10
Sundays box del. open from. ...6a. m. to 10:
CT-NOTK.-Cbang. will be published ,
ame to time In city papers. Chaoge yonr carl
eordlpgly. U'M. . MURPHY, r