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THE DAHtTri CAIRO BULLETIN: S A TITRDAY
The Daily Bulletin.
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- f . raWuka,B4frrUiBf.
The VlfsBTB of the rAtor of The Man
hattaa on Woman U Modern Ctrl
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A Frnc)unnn'a Opinion rf SngtUb
The Duty of Woman to Look Charm
' tag Woman In India.
' Mr. Henry C Ponder, In the January
Manhattan, hits an admirable article on
"Woman in Modern Civilisation," for
which all women ihonld thaak him.
Among othor good and hopeful things
heaayi: . ;
Remore arbltrarr and nnwlee limltav
dons, and we ihall rerr ooon how
little ther io . in tha htoknojod argu
ment based on the mppmed dlsndrao
tagoa of woman'i mntionsl and nur
roua tomperamonti , While Jt Js true
that woman la more .emotional Mian
man, and ponieeio ina largnr H!r
the norroui foroo whloh prodn t r
oitabilltT, it doea not. follow thm the
therefore unfit for tb avluu, bnsin
of llfe. ' y0r It flnoet be rernemlxfni i
that thia "" u. .i ..
iktoTtovAl Airt WKgrora vobck
against whloh to nyioh U aaid i rpnfh
an exoellent thin If properly dlreou'd.
, The only difflooltrf at praenlU that
thli nenro'un tnroa 1$ waitod In tha
wToog direction, and woman Incline to
"a ponlia nenrotlo condition called
the nyatorica V beoaqie she ia not en
oouragod to onltivate that intellectual
equilibrium whloh, oonnteraote the ex
iloalro tondonoy, , Ua ring been treated
or oenturiea aa If aha required no
atronger diet than the flimsy unertl
olaMties of life, It ia not to be wonuored
at if aha exhibits thia naurotio condi
tion in , a i marked degree. , Indeed,
when we oonslder how great hare been
the disadvantages ryiiler which woman
hag labored, and how reatriotod have
been her opportunities, the only won-..
dor ia that ska la not even more fully a
creature pf iujrflaialtrv and unhealthy
nervoua exoHproent. , Br a atraage in
oonHiatAnoy and. peryeraliw of roaaonlng
ww ig;ni)r:M., i . .
THaMtOOT DrrOHTAJIT QCAWFIOATI0K8
of a noule woman., and are contuot to
aee the aex to wiUoh God has given Uie
anorod funoilon; of potential mother
hood, simply initancoi of "arrested
di'volopraent."1' Strangely enough wo
eon Inue' to regard woman mere.y u
aa overgrown child, and In oar eual.
lownesa of estimate ignore the impor
tant truth that the only aobool of gen
uine moral aentiment la society be
tween equals.1 "We have had the tnor
ality of submission and tha morality of
' chivalry and ' generoaitn the time U
' now tome for the morality of Juatioe.
Rejecting with disdain the mlaerably
mean estimata which makes it appear
that woman waa created man'a Intel
lectual inferior, let na ao enlarge her
sphere and so increase her opportunitiea
that ahe can have a fair ohance to apeak
for herself, anil we may be aaaured that .
if this principle Is earned out the fam
ily ao ,con stunted Would be the real
ohbbl for the virtuei of wiidom. ; Give
jna .wiser and nobler women and we
ahall very aoen aee how rapidly eooiety
will beoome purer and more beaatifot
and the foundatloaa.be more surely and
eeourely lald. :....,;. ..
"' huA nwoBDu of nrorof.. ' .
W are, it ia to ba hoped, entering
Into an order of things ia whloh jnatioe
will again be tha primary virtue. ; And
aa we endeavor to antielpate tha oonae-
auenoet which are likely to follow, one .
ilnfr' etanda -out pra-emlnently ' clear .
amid themiata of doubta and nnoer-.
tainty.' " thia fact oonalsU In tha abac
lute certainty with whloh
' AJf tXOBABTJI UV
oonnecte progreai and tha elevation of .
woman. It , u ..In . tha very nature of
tainga ths,t the .two conditiona ahould
be interdependenU iajd any attempt
to deny the. anprema importanoa of
woman . hlgter development and
larger uaefnlnast ia an Impediment to
our advancement and la a retrogresalve
rather than a progressive ; movement.
On the' other hand, by reoogniaing
woman'a higher claims, wo plaoa our
telvea In harmony with tha aemandaof .
reason and more forward, ever resist
' lessly advanoing, and meMurrag onr
atepe to the mnaio of a hopefofeon
aoionaneaa of strength and a healthy
morality. We may depend upon it, ,
thi Quianoi of woHAjr'i wnttUOT-
moral and industrial value la not one
to be evaded with impunity, Eaoape
from it wo oannot; and it therefor be-
: hoovea na to throw all oar energy and
Intelligence into the problem whloh ia
of auch vital importaooev For we must
remember that the life of eoojety, like
the life of the individual, la of a mixed
nature. ' In part, we ar governed by
the impulses of ourselvee and others; In
part, we are under the inexorable do-
. minion of law; Aa time wears on, and
we become more familiar with the logio
of evente and the regular aeqnence of
cause and effeot,twe gradually Jearn
tnat the majesty of the moral law com
pels onr recognition; and we alao dia
oovt r that the discipline and restraint
, of social life are legitimately on the side
of vlitue.:-' "v,: :'.
A TBENCBMAH ON EtrOUSS WOICir.
. One Max O'Roll has recently written
a book on "John B'dl and Bla Island,"
which con tn ins a arood manv : .things
whlchi.Dnghl to Jateiest Amerioan &
1 m e am repnnir
BMig aywcBBu iwmjbop bw any
llah femininity. ' J '
"Knllnh wouion are remarkable for
thi'tr iresn compluxlons, their decided
and fo.trlosa gait, and the length of
tliulr foot, which reminds one that
twiuve inches go to the foot in Eng
land. Impossible to make faux pat
w th audi buses aa these. They cannot
lose their center of gravity. Thoy
have only the beauty of youth. An
Engliahwomau is seldom banduome at
SU In many rospeota the Englishwo
man la superior to the Frenchwoman;
she is more natural; ahe is less subject
to vapors, and does not regularly get
her migruine. Sho la not ao naive aa
the young French girl: but, on the oth
er hand, she ia less childish." She goea
out without her mamma and hor maid,
glvee you a hearty grasp of the hand,
and looks you uublushlngly in the face.
Unmarried, free aa the air, she may go
to the theatre, take a walk or even a
Journey with mule companions; ahe la
the leader of aoclety, Indispensable at
all social gatherings and pleasure par
ties. Married, she does not boast of
leading hor husband by the nose; ah
attends to her house and her children;
abe doea not make love to hor husband,
but neither does ahe make love to other
men. If ahe la not more demonstrative
toward the former, it ia, in a great
mean nre, his own fault; he permits no
liberties to be taken with him. The
Englishman has not the bump of ama
tivenesti; his neck, -on tcj average, does
not moasuro more than fourteen inches;
her enticing ways would be entirely
lost upon nlm. In her dignity, the
Englishwoman refrains from making
advances toward her lord and master
for fear of their not being met with ap
proval With us, a too strict watch
over our children, and the fear of giv
ing them too much liberty, engender a
love of the secret and mysterious. Ev
erything " in an English ' education
tenda to make young people self-reliant-
No mothor or governess would
think of opening a letter addressed to
her daughter or pupil; the girl has her
private correspondence aa aaorod aa
that of hor eldors. No letters received
on the aly; no letters written to young
sweethearts at midnight. The absence
of auspioion dostroya the charm of mys
tery. . Gentlemen never use
objectionable expressions among them
selves, nor indulge in risky jokes in the
company of ladies."
. One of the first duties of a woman Is
to always look aa pretty aa possible.
- It goea without saying that wives,
mothers and maidens ahall be good
tempered, skilled in housewifery, true
hearted and kindly tempered.
Leaving the greater matters of the
unwritten laws of life, however,
amongst the minor ones is that whloh
makes It nn instinct with beauty to
A bit of ribbon hero, a tonoh of color
there, ohann of faco and figure, shape
ly hands and pretty feet, comely waist
and aupple neck; here, there and every
where about beauty's person, from the
curve of the dainty little pink ear to
the slope of the shoulders and the car
riage of the person, there Is one mani
fest voice to be heard "I am trying to
look my bosU" ,
And, what is more, woman ought no
more to neglect trying to look pretty to
the end of her days than she ought to
forget to do her duty. ,
Who doea not know the dear old
?;ranil mother, whoso sweet wrinkled
aoo, clean cap, olean dress, and lavender-scented
lace collar carry one
back to childhood's daysf There are
yoara there, and the experience of
trouble, the witness of losses, memorlea
of bridals aud of graves, and a ranid
approach to those silent churchyard
gates through which wo must all walk
whether we will or not. , .
But grandmother ia pretty still, and
will always be pretty till the white
hands are clasped over the quiet breast,
and she goes home to those who went
home before her. ' . i
A woman no matter how poorshe lay
and how deep the cares of the family,
ought to take more and more pains
with , her dress aa time rolls on. A
young girl may wear almost anything.
A matron, however, who has lost the'
first plump charm and indefinable beau
ty of youth, has to be carefuL
FEMALE ODDrnEaV i
Nor muat we forget, says a writer in
Tht Manhattan, that If there are women
who arrive to unsex themselvea by be
coming too masculine, so are there men
who moat effectually unsex themselvea
by a general emasculation of dress and
manner, which would readily strike a
stranger from another planet as repre
senting a transition period between the
sexes. If a mannish woman offends
our good taste and judgment, a woman
ish man ia an insipid embodiment of
nothingness, and ought to be treated as
a soologioal curiosity representing
some hitherto unknown family of tha
aslnary gonus. From these consider
tlons it therefore follows that if there
are lemale oddities who furnish the
weapons of satire to those who are bp
posed to the advancement of woman,
there are also masculine oddities who
show how closely a man canaometimes
resemble a monkey. Touching the im
portant questions of life in the moat re
mote and superficial manner, and rep
resenting a phase which can not be se
riously treated, these peculiar creatures
excite our risibility, and eauseua to
abandon ourselves to the claims of
Demooritus, the laughing philosopher.
Much as the study of these superficial
tiea may amuse us, they do not, how
ever, and .( they cannot, reach those
Strata of evidence froiu which we must
draw our conclusions if we desire to be
philosophical and consistent,
WOMAN 6 LOT IN INDIA. ;
Mrs. L C. Griffin, who has been for
years a missionary in Hindostan, re
ently returned to America to recuper-,
ate. To a reporter for the 8t Paul Pi
oneer Frest she described woman'a ; life
in India. She says: "The government
of the house of tne Brahmin is strictly
in the hands of the man; of the father
during the youth of the family, and of
the eldest son after he mirrieav (The
on always takes his wife home to the
paternal roof, and as the , sons marry
additions are bubt to the house until it
often becomes a vidaire in itself. In
, this placo the women are Imprisoned
i literally burod uiive. From the day of
t..eir niarritigo, wiuvii u at a rerr early
tre, they never sue moie of the outer
world than the narrow expanse of skr
itoRyq JANTfARY ?6, 1884.
and cloud thai looJiS down upon tbent
between the walls of their prison home.
No mantra allowed to enutr th house
but the nlumbvrs of the family and the
priest, except on very rare occasions,
and then unseen by llW women. Mar
ried at' 10 years for apinsterhood is
abominablemother at 12, they are
faded and old at the beginning of their
fifth lustrum.' Thoy die of sheer old
age at about 80." . m.- .
Finland, "the last born daughter of
the soa,1' Dr. J. C. Brown, says, ia the
only country in Europe in whloh sar
tage that U, the . practice, of sotting
fire to the trees in order to clear the
ground la still carried on extensively.
The clearing away of the. woods ia . to
prepare the earth for agriculture, but
as much, or more, by 'the preparation
of the soli for tho 1 cultivation of the
aeed contemplated, and tbli is the pe
culiarity of tne usage. ' The trees grow
ing on the spot selected are burned,
and the aeed la then sown on the soil
thus manured with the asboa of the
trees. Should th ground thus cleared
not be permanently retained under
cultivation.it is likely to become cover
ed again with a crop of self grown
trees of higher pecuniary value.
The ugliest men the world, says one
Who has seen Patagonians and Mag-
Jars, are the , Inhabitants of .Annam.
he typical native is of about the tame
height as the Chinamen,, "His skin is
tawny and of the hue of black mud
that has lain exposed to the sun until
the prooeaa of partial drying ha fixed
it of a peculiar darkness, i He has a
flat Chinese face,? with flat, flabby nose,
flat narrow forehead and flat ohin. His
occasional grin is incarnately diabolic"
; The Doctor's. Endorsement.
Dr. W, 0. Wrlirbt, Claalnnttl, O , sand tha
subjoined nrqleailoBBi mdoraemant: "I have
pmerlbad DR. WM. HALL'S BALSAM FORTH 8
i.UNGS la a in 4 nambBV of cubs, aad bIwbti
with saeM Ob aaas la partlenlar was titan up
by teraral physlolaaa whd nad bn called In for
Bonanltatlon with mraelf. Tha pittent bad all th
Btmptoms of confirm d conianptlon eold stent
aweata, battle fever, aaraaalBs; Bongo, etc. lie
commenced lmmadlataU , to cat batter and wai
aooa mtorad to hie naaal health. I hars also
DK. Wat. BALL'S BALSAM FORTHB LCNOi
tne me-t vaaablB xpciorant for breaking op d's
trsaalng conghiaad calds that I hava cvar aied."
DUHNO'S CA.TAB8& itVTt care Catarrh
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Physicians recommend porous plaatera in
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The Voltaic Belt Co.. Marshall. Mich.
offer to aend Dr. Dye's - Voltaio Belt and
ApplicanceT on trial, for thirty days, to
men, out or young, emictea witn nervoua
debility, lot vitality and kindred troubles.
Bee advertisement in tbli paper. 9
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ARKANSAS AND TEXAS.
Alohar the lib of the St. Louis. Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway ' snd International ; and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands of
aeres of tb choicest , farming and grating
lands in tna world, ranging in price from
-.uu ie fuu ana tJW , per acre, to a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Bend your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texaa,
in 1882, and make Op your mind to go and
see for yonmlf when yen lean that the crop
far 188S la 60 per cent, larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, one
half, 1 or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed foraoney paid for tickets or freight
over the Companies lines. . , ,,
H. C. TowMaklrp, Goal Pass. Agt. '
; :; .st. Louis, Mo.;
' Vss.t-i Alexander Oonnty,
Cotnrrr or ALBruroin
Mary Hrtsa. tj, Hodge, Jr., 8arh Jan
Hud get and John Aiaiandar Bodies.
Pouts notice !s harabr fta that, la pnrattane
un taaae aaa eatvraa or bi
tha ah entitled eanaa, on tho flat
aald court . in
dar of Jan-
nanr, A. D. 189 , 1, Alexander B. Irrta, master
In chancery of tha said cireait coart of Alexancor
coawiT, will, on i
JlTH DAT OF RBKCA-
at th hoar or 11 o'clock lot th forenoon,
at tha i aenthweatariy door of tha eoart hODM la the
prfasltaa : aed.o raalr.BataU la .aaid J decree
bob. i ouen. airaate t tnu county or AiexauiSBr a d
tate of IIUb U, orao mtteh ihareof a eha l be
nffldent to eatlafr eafd decree, to-wtti Th north
weal qaanor of fho aunthear quarter of, aeetion
obb !). In townabiD alitei a (fH),eonth aad. in
rant twofll vat or th third principal siorldlan.
DatBd.Cairo. Illtnola, Janarv d, 1SS4
: ALU. H. IHVIH. '
cut vaunt coaniy or aiexaaaar ana auta or
llllnola,, . aaij . ai nnplle,. aaetlon, to . the
hlghBt and' "W Mddar, fbt i "caah.
all en alasilaw. taw BBllowtac daacntM
tract. IU power la wosderful la enrlnt dlaeaaeewbar
otbrr plaatora limply rvlleT. Crick In the Ilaeh and
Maak, i'alo la the Side or Llnibe, Stiff Joint and MiuelaB,
KldiM7 Troublua, lUwusiatlsra, Mural:;la, Bora Cbea.
affection or tho Heart and Liver, and all pains or aches
la nj part ourad lmtaotly bj the Uou Fliultr, tT Try
ii. rna orni er ur ror f LOB,
Mallrd on ncvlit of price. Bold by
all dnu?rliie and country stores,
limp rUuttr Company,
Proprietor, Beaton, MaaB.
trnr oonfltHamtloD, vm of apt)ct;te ad tliaetmrmot Utf
howela takw IlawlcT'i Hfrtrrwirh n1 IJtit Pill, ftt oenU,
Swift' Speclttc ia entirely a vegetable prepara
tion, atd ahould Dot be confouiiiled with the a
rlooa ubatltatca, Imltatlona, nnn-eecret bumbnge,
ouccub aiuTDue, ' eic, etc., WDirn are now bi
irjf manuractured by varlone neraon.
theae coniain a (inule article which enters Into tbo
compoeltlon of H. 8. 8.
There la only ona Bwlft'a
Hpeclflc, aud there I I'Otbins In tbe world like It.
Tbprevunt dleaster anddlaappolntmant, ba aare to
get the RBiiulne.
Bwlft'a Ujicclflc la a omplote an'ldote to Blood
Taint, Blood Poliori, Malarial Polaon anflgkln
Humunr. J. Uiokinch fern h, M.D., At'auta,G
1 have had remarkably ucocb with Swift's Spe
cific In the Inatmuntor Blood and n Diasiaes,
and in Fi'tnnlii Uirafe. I took It myself for Car
buuclce with hptj effect
D. 0. 0. IIknrt, M.D., Atlanta, Oa.
I ned Swift' Specific on niv little daughter, who
w ifll'Cted wltb Bimt Flood Pulion which h d
refuted ail eon of treatment, i lia Specific re
lieved her permanently, and I shall nae It In my
practice. W. E Bhontr, M.D.,
Cypress Ridge, Ark.
In 1880 I came froit the North to take charge of
the gut work in Komi', bh superintendent, and
ifterihH ov. rflow. which occurred In tha eprlng
followlre, I waa vnrv much eipoaed to maarll
poison, and In 1hS'2 found my bluod so contamina
ted with tbe poison that I was forced to give up
baalnees. 1 waa treated by the pbyal lan without
My trouble finally determined in an abicaa of
tho liver and nearly every one (rmeelf Included)
thought 1 waa duomed to die within a few day.
In this condition I was advleed by a friend to take
Bwlft'a Sp ciflc, and I took it Just aaa drownl g
wan would catch at a straw, but as soon aa my
systsm got under ibe Influence ol the remedy, th
anacess came to a
without pain. In
ilut and bnrt, paealnc off
fti'en day afier thislwaanp
at my work, snd have since enjoyed excellent
Every sufferer Itom malarial polaon Bhonld tak
Roma Oa Light Company.
Onr treatlae on Bloo 1 and fcklo Dleeaies mailed
free to applicant
TBE SWIFT 8PBCIFI0 CO.,
Priwei 8. Atlanta, Oa.
Hew York Office, 1&9 Wert 3d at. .
OUT OF ORDER.
SQUARE NEW YORK.
rOR SALE BY
H. Steagala & Co., Cairo, 111.
For Sale bv ; j
iF THB HUMAN BOD? B.nLAKOKP. bEVEl
OPED, STRENGTHENED." Et-o.. la an lntreatinit
tk run In qui vhwt. la reply tojp ;
ly tnat tbHreiB do evidenp of huiii J
uttnis. Unttio oootrWa tndTertii3rm
igply indorea lntreit?Q prworn may gel
circulars giving Ml partictilarg by addrcrtatng
KDirAis t'O.. nuffalo, IN. Y. Tofrto Evmi '
aM A favortt prmerlptloa bf en of JM
tnoet notvd and anoceaanil ipaeiallata In th uTik
. Sow retired) for thecureof HfwaanallaMHha.
fjt Manh4, Weiamww and Oaeaiy, 8al
- Addra Prt WAHD A C0.f toMlahaa. Mo.
b a vary htamHaa
bavtry btamHag bitat, aa ku Ban Bnanaca aa By '
Bt aaa atitk tod tba orlfli of diwtMt. aa iknM ia rsat
immm n ai .ninu , ua btimimh M
wf all iaiuhli MAttla,
ear in eart u h
pit. ii maniM niaia presorlptloDa
srrotia and Phraleal Da bill ty. Loot
vitauty. Defective Memor,
Ulla rf aimlfra aroaahi aa ha mtnmrC, u takw
, oaapoaaeney, aaa Ua
a alio praaariptlons br Oatarrk. aVworalav
A ean 1 Mill work Mat a aull, tamalf naM. Baa. tr
aapaMiM raa Wbor.
lMtUVIU at.BX.tM W.
Ml Boron plaiter la
aaenlalolr tin but erer
Blade, combining tba
Blrtnea of hotie with
nai. haluuna and es
r tt v
LLINOW CENTRAL RjR
Sliorteat and Quickest Route
St. louis and Clucago.
The Onlv Ijine Kunnina;
0 DAILY TRAIiJ'S
y From Cairo,
Making Direct Conneotiom
raaia LiABa Canto:
Arrlviiigln 8t. Louie : a.m.: Clilcano, 8311 p.m.;
ConntHitintf at Odin aud EllinKhain for Cincin
nati, Loniavtlle. IndlaNajiuli and point aat.
18:20 p. m. iuet St. Loula and
Wti ii fiixpretia.
, rrlvlne in St. Ioula8:45p. m., and connecttnc
for all points Wen.
' j ', 3:45 p.m. i'n5t lUxpreas.
For St. Louis and Chicago, airlviiiK at8t. Loul-
' 10:SS p.m., and Chicago .n,
3:45 p.m. Cinuinnatl Kipress,
..rrWlnK at CinciLiiatl ?:0U a.m.; Louitnlle 6:M
a.m.; Indianapolis 4:05 Vm. i'uasenxer by
this train reach tha above poluta la to 3o
UOCHH in advance ol auy other ronte,
iarTh8:50 p. m. eipre hae PULLMAN
iLkKPINO CAB Cairo to Cincinnati, without
".hangea, and through sleepers to 8t. Lonl and
Fast Time Kast.
Ptiaaon rr oio D7 thi line gothrongh to East.
X assciijtlB eru points wlthoat any delay
caused by Sunday Intervening, The Saturday artar
loon train from Cairo arrive In new York Monday
nornlug at 10:35. Thirty -all hour In advance of
a other route, . .
B3fFor through ticket kud further Information,
apply at llllnola Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
J- H. JONES, Ticket Agent.
H. HANSON. Gen. Pas. Agent. Chicago
. R R TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
Tra.n Depart. Trains ArrWo.
C. ST. L. N. 0. B. R. (JackaoD route).
...M.M.. . ,.4.45a.m. IfV atl.....M, .... 4 :80 p.na.
iBxpres 10 80a.m. I BApreas ....10:80 a.m.
lAccom 8:60 p.m.
ST. t. 0 It. B. (Nnrrnw-ititUfje).
Ixpn-aa ........ 8:00 a m. j Exprees 1:11 a.m.
E.Alall... 10:30a.m. kz. Mall. .4:10 p m.
Aceom 12:ip.m. Accou .8:00 p.m.
8T. L. I. M. K. K.
tEzpreli.... ..10:30 p.m. Bzpr)ts.M..K2:80 p. a.
W., ST. t, P R. R.
Mail 4El....4:(0a.m.'Mail A Ex.. S.SOp.BB.
Accom 4:00 p.m. I 'Acconi 10: )0a.Bl.
Freight 7 :4J a.m. Freight 6:4 p.m.
MOBILE Sj OHIO R. K.
Mall ...mm. 5:66a.m. Mall 9:10p.m.
Dally except Burner, t Daily.
DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
Arr at I Dep'r
5 a. m.
I. C. R. R. (through lock mall).
" , (wy tnall)...M
Iron Mountain R. R
Whah R. K
Taxaa 4 St. Lou I a R. R....
8t. Loot AC.lroR.K....
6 p m.
i p. m. I
....7 p. m.
.....5 p. m.
Ohio River .
....2 d. m.
Hla Mver arrive Wed.. Hat. A Mon.
f denarta Wed.. FrL Ban. 1 9-
P O.Ben dol.opnfrom 7:30am tot:S0 pat
P.O. box del. oi'tn from.. 6a.m. to 9 p. a.
HaodaT gee . del. open from.. ..8a. m. to 10a..
Sandaya buxdel. open from. ...6 a. m. to 10:110 am
r,NOTB.-Cbsnge will he pu'illahed frost
time to tlma In r.ltv tiHni,p rhHtivc vnnr ..rri
coraingiy. wm. u. mukpuy. p. k
. . . r-ri- r--
f UK. V
BEFORE r AND -r AFTER
Elsctrle AppliancM art tent on 30 Davi' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YQUNQ OR OLD.
r hO are auffarlns from Nbrtocs Cfaturr.
VT LoaT VlTALITT, LiCI Ot NlRTB FORCS 1
Visob, Waanna Wuniun. and all tnoie dliaaaes
of a PsBsoKAL Natvb reaultlng from Aauaaa o4
Otbbb Caoaia. Speedr relief and complete reeto
' ntlonof Health, Viooa and UiiiiooDUCi4iiTt to.
Tha araodaat diaoBtarr of tha Nineteenth Century.
VOLTAIO HIT CO.. MAKIHALL. MUM.
85 S. Clark St., Opp. Court House, CHICAGO.)
A Mrnli, OT-.rln.ta B.T1,aiflM. Bnjill
in tha United States, whose ukk lonu expebiekobJ
paneot meinoa sna pure meaicine insure bfkxo:
Bad PCBMADKMT cunKi of all Private,. Chronia am
Fervooe Diaeasos. Atfactionaof th Blood, Bikla
Kldatera, Bladder, Emptlaa,Tt"lcera, Ok
ore, Hwelllng of the Glunda, Mora) Moatk
Tkroat, Bone Paine, permanent! oured a
noisaMuirom tne ayaiani lor nia.
and Fhy$lcal WeakneM, Falling 'Memory
Weak Eyes, Stunted Development, Impedi.
BHcnf to Marriage, ete., from execette or ant
BBMbb, $peedilff, tafely attd privately CuretL
' lyYoanr. Middle-Acd and Old man, and all
woo need mad Mai aklll aud perleBOBloonanli
Dr. Bat at onoa. Hi. opinion ooeiinothlnf. and mJ
BOTietttne eitjior troaiiuent, madiointsean be een
STarrwhere bjr null or axpreaB free) jm aaaarl
alio), r BrBr M iaaalf.eridant that a tili.iun kJ
"""' " wummwt ., uu .UUODTnMBI
E? --TIK'I. .IfM05 .c,"f dtiaaaaa all
In treat UI11, aortpltfsH
the Oldeal Rpeclallat, by whom BvarJ
.ua juprnnita maaa di opinion Of
flwtAoee, jaa-TliBi-a who call ae
tne hjit the poBtr.t'ooltationa free andaar
S1l',9,t, t!w" w'ih hV failed In ohtainlnl
belief eraawhere. eipaoiallT eolleited. Female tii
"Si 8and 10 to 1. Quipa To Bxaxn
iirv.taa. ll or writo. lloun. Jmm B tt, A
An nnfalllne and speed t cure f ot
ltnoui DtbUity and Wcakntm,
tmir rwwuq ng"r, or any
vllreBBjtof lndlartretlos, aie,
owrworttl)B.. (ovjp forty tkon
aand posltlva cures.) ay-Brad
andCalhonn Plaoa. Chioaqq, Lu.
rafhA and lit
-r lor PlleaJ
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