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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING,, FEBRUARY 2, 1884.
When You aro I n Trouble.
) .- Dont be dismal Your liver is tor.' ;
pid, perhaps, and you may be said
B to be bilious. The way to help you
s..r out of the difficulty is to take
Brown's Iron Hitters, which sets
disordered livers at work in good
style..;.. . .... ...
Don' be cross and angry f Your
digestion is bad, and that upsets
your disposition. If you wi 1 try
brown's Iron Bitters, you will find
the , digestive ditlkulties driven
away in short order.
Don't be despondent You are
weak because your blood is thin,
and you cannot face trouble, or
think you cannot Brown's Iron
Bitters will put iron into your
circulation, enriching the blood,
making it a royal red color, and
giving you the strength you need.
The troubled, the weary, the
despondent, the nervous, the debil
itated, and the bilious find rest, re
pose, refreshment, and reconstruc
tion in the use of that prince of
Tonics, Brown's Iron Bitters. The
: druggist charges a dollar a bottle
for It. . ; 10
Health and Happiness.
DO AS OTHERS
(Teour $ done.
Are your Kidneys disordered?
ttdnev Wort brousti m. from my btt, aa II
erere, after 1 hu been given op by beat doctor in
DMroU." U. R.JKnnu, kchanic, loala, Mien.
Are your nerves weak?
"Ednev Wort cured ma from nerrou. erraknea
ate., after I wu mt expected to li."-Mrv a). M. B.
Goodwin, Ed. CVttfsaa Monitor. Cleveland, O.
Have you Bright's Disease?
-aMrtney "Ort eared m. whan jot water mjiw
tOot etuOk and then Uk. WoodX .....
wmtu v liaon, reaooay, uk
"aldney.Wort li th. ranM so-ef ul nunly I have
eTee mML Give almost Immediate relief."
Dr. ttulllp a BsAWu, Xo&ktoa, Yt.
Have vou Liver Complaint?
"KidnT-worleard m. o( ehronla Uver Dinaae
Henry Wart, Ute Col (ttb Vat. Guard, H. T.
Isyour Back lame and aching?
"Kidney-Wort, (1 bottle) cored ma bn I wh
UM I had to roil oct of bed." t
0. M. Tailinage, Kilweokee, Wia
Have you Kidney Disease?
MatirfnY.Wort mad M KHind l n Urer and kidney
after year of nnmoreasful doctoring. Iu worth
$1 a bo I. "-Swat Hodgea, WUliUUhiwn, Wee Va.
Are you Constipated? -
Xldnev-Wort nuM evr evacuation and cored
BM afw It xean tue of other nvdicine." '
Have you Malaria?
Tldaey-wort baa done better thaa any other
retnady I tie erer oaed In my praetlra."
Dr. It. K. Clark, feat Hero, VL
ArA von RiliouR?
piwrwun uu wuvauv uivn m-iam i iimii mi
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Mr. J. T.(iJowa, Uk Hat, Oregon.
Are you tormented with Piles?
ajdneTWqrt i i mamimllt eared me of bleeding
nil. IjcW. C Kline reromiBended It to me."
Geo. H. Bom, Caaowr L Hank, jfyenwvrn. Pa.
Are you Rheumatism racked?
"Kidney-Wort rored bm. aftr 1 u gtrao up to
die br BbTaletam and I bad toSvred Uurty yean."
abnda Hatniaa, Wret bath, Maine.
'' Ladies, are vou suffering?
"Kidney-Wort cured me of peculiar trooUea of
.raj year staaaiiijt. aiany menoa oseaxto praje
It" MraUmoreau,lai.UMaHe, Vt.
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and measure of waitt and else of ahoe. Kemlu
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The Magnetic Garment are adauted to all agei,
ar. won over the underclothing (not next to the
body like the many Ualvaulc end. Electric Ham
baxt ndvertlted o extnlrely), and ahonld be
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Speech in America.
What have been tho forces working
to create American Fjieech? The Pil
grims brought the English tongue with
them to New England in the seven
teenth century. The Dutch hrought
their language to New York; the
Swedes theirs to New Jersey. The
other colonies were peopled by En
glishmen, among whom were dlstri-.
tinted a few Huguenots and Germans.
The Spaniards had occupied Florida
some time before. The reneh at an
early day peopled Louisiana. These
were the stems on which were grafted
later changes and additions. The Dutch
speech gradually blended with the En
glish, conveying to tho latter some of
us corrupted words and phrases. The
Swedish, never an important element,
was absorbed, leaving a few traces.
The Spanish disappeared from Florida,
bequeathing not agreat many localisms.
Louisiana was a recent acquisition of
the union. The French language is still
spoken there, but many words and
phrases have been transferred from it
to the common tongue. There are two
distinct tendencies in colonial speech
an inclination to retain forms after they
have become obsolete in the mother
country and a rapid coinage of terms
suggested by new circumstances or bor
rowed from Dative tribes and given a
civilized impress. The last cause was
powerful in the American colonies.
The construction of a New England
dialect began with the modification of
English provincialisms, the adoption of
Indian words and such verbal forms as
the new life on seashore and in forests
and the ascetic religious practices of
the people made necessary. The evo
lution of the new dialect w.-.s greatly
aided by a vivid imagination and a
quick sense of humor, tie hist quality
scarcely to be expected in a people so
gloomily devout. Long before the rev
olution it had taken definite colloquial
form, though it lacked modes of literary
expression. Elsewhere in the colonies,
w:th the exception of the district in
aoout New York, there was no form of
speech thnt had any characteristics of
a patois. Tue laniuae of Virginia
and the Carolinas had become some
what corrupted by the. jargon of the
negroes, but we have no means of know
ing exactlv the speech of the common
people. If we can trust the dialogue in
Thackeray's "Virginians," the chivalry
of that State spoke the English lan
guage with a relinement of expression
scarcely equaled by Addison.
After the revolution new causes and
influences came into operation. Im
migration from several European coun
tries began and continued steadily.
More Germans came to Pennsylvania
and some scattered through the differ
ent States. Irish Presbyterians came
in large Dumbers into western Pennsyl
vania, and in the course of time broad
areas of country were settled by Scandi
navians, Welsh, Germans, Irish Scotch,
and Italians. The annexation of Texas,
New Mexico, Arizona, and California
ingrafted on the language a fresh stock
of words before unknown. The west
added its novelty of phrase and the
mining districts of California joined
with Spanish in the creation of a new
speech, that, united with much that
was pathetic and picturesque, furnished
suitaWe material to the apt story-teller.
As the result of all these causes and
influence we have the several dialects
which American and English novelists
have used according to their knowledge
and ability. Properly speaking there
are but two, that of New England and
of the south. The first is heard in ab
solute purity only in the most retired
towns of New England, the other only
in the mountainous regions that runs
from Virginia down through the Caro
linas, Tennessee, Georgia and Alabama.
Texas and Arkansas may, perhaps, be
added to this list, for their population
is composed in a great measure of emi
grants from them, and in parts of In
diana, Illinois and Missouri, the speech
of . tho Cumberland Mountains and
Blue Ridge is still hoard with some of
its original flavor. The mining patois
so frequently, used by Bret llarte is
really the dialect of the south, from
which the greater number of emigrants
came when gold was discovered, with
an admixture of Spanish and the preg
nant terms that tho rough occupation
and wild life originated. The New
England dialect has shown the greatest
powers of survival. It is still heard
with modifications in New York, Michi
gan, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Wis
consin and Minnesota, along the lines
where Its civilization flowed westward.
Its ancient features are found fairly em
balmed in the "Widow Bedott Paper"
and occasionally tales in the maga
zines. San FrancUco Chronicle.
Wholly New Household Recipes.
To take grease spots out of fabrics,
use a small pair of sharp scissors.
The surest way to destroy fleas on
dogs is to drown them. Immerse them
and tho dog in six feet of water for fif
"Cook" wants to know how to avoid
the ctuell of cabbage while boiling. We
know of but one remedy. Hold your
To keep mice out of the pantry,
have a cat around. But heaven
knows how to keep tho cat out of the
A correspondent wishes to know if
thero U anything that will whiten cotton-flannel
night-shirts. Have , you
ever tried washing them? Burlington
(Vt.) free, tress.
T1II2 NKW TIMER.
Something of the Man Who Hmngltt
AIkmU the Meridian Scheme.
Aro you able to ride along in a street
car without reading every sign-board
in regular succession? writes a New
York correspondent. Can you pass a
row of posts without instinctively count
ing them? Isn't there something in
your mind that irresistibly compels you
to step on alternate flaggings, if the
make of the sidewalk permits? I knew
a man who took these tendencies for
Incipient insanity, and went to a noted
altenist for a cousultatiou. (ioing
down Broadway, yesterday, I saw a
man who stepped with an odd precision
which augsested the questions above
given. Nut only were his strides
strangely perfect in regularity, but it
was clear that his course was labori
ously calculated. He was watchful
for every obstacle. He jostled nobody.
He did not have to stop at the corners
to avoid vehicles. I called my com
panion's attention to this singu
larity. "He is running himself on an im
aginary time table," was the reply.
"What do you mean by that?" I
"That is William Frederick Allen,
the author of the new time system. He
is an expert in railroad time tables,
and what you see in his gait and move
ments is a mannerism gained from his
There is going to be a "Beautiful
Snow" sort of controversy as to the
authorship of the new timing plan and
I thought it was as well to investigate.
My friend was right. Allen is the
man. At a desk in a bir front room at
46 Bond street, just off die Bowery, he
sits during business hours every day
He is a young man whose time is occu
pied to an amazing degree with visitors,
with great sheets of printed figures,
with business by telegraph and tele
phone and with an interminable round
of messengers, both going at his order
and coming upon errands for others.
He ts quick as a cat and methodical as
a weaver. His friends say that he was
always able to do three things at once,
and he says that of late twice that
number of things is constantly before
him. This is toe man who has given
its new standards of time to the coun
try. He is a good looking, intelligent
maD, 37 years old, with the spare
frame and pale complexion of a man
used to hard sedentary work. He
wears a suit of black, without jewelry,
and this and his close cut side whiskers
reaching below his ears gives him the
appearance of a young English divine,
lie is a typical PhiTadelphian, with
none of the dash and show of a New
Yorker. He receives a handsome sal
ary, and lives in a pretty house in one
of the suburbs. He is married and has
three children. Many people had giv
en years of study to the subject before
he took it up, and he gives credit to
each of those who contributed to what
has now been consummated.
The fact of the matter is that the
thiDg could only be done by joint ac
tion of the great railroads, and none
of those who studied the subject ar
ranged to put their plans in practical
shape or to get the ear of mora than
one set of railroad officials at a time.
Their plans were like the house that a
rich sea captain insisted upon having
built just as he designed it When it
was built, he found that he had to get
out into the yard and pnt up a ladder
to get to the second story. They all
forgot to put the stairs in their plans.
Allen is the permanent secretary of
the railway time convention, and helps
to make and publish the time tables.
It did not take him long to find out
that there were fifty-three kinds of
time in use, and that this caused inces
sant and serious bother. That was
how he came to look into the matter
of standards of time. Ho utilized Pro
fessor Dowd's brilliant idea of dividing
the standards by even hours, and then
he did what Professor Dowd would not
have thought of doing, and couldn't
have done to save his neck. He divid
ed the meridianal belts so as to bring
the boundaries either at the ends of the
big roads or of their divisions, so that
no change of time would ever interfere
with a train's crew, but new tims would
start where new crews, new time ta
bles, and, as far as possible, different
companies would begin work coinci
dent with the beginning of a new stand
ard. It was a nice piece of work, and
required great labor, but when he got
it ready he was able to command the
ears of the railroad rm:n.( This last ad
vantage was essential. Ji
Ill-Rewarded For His Courtesy.
A young man wearing a cameo pin in
his neck scarf boarded a Bieecker street
car last evening for a ride up-town.
The car was so crowded that he could
not force his way inside, and he took a
place upon the platform. As the car
proceeded on its way the platform be
came more and more crowded. A man
with a bandage around his wrist was
one of tho last to get aboard.
"Hope you'll pardon me, sir," he
said, turning to the young man with
tno cameo pin, "dui as i nave recently
broken my arm, and do not want to get
it injured in this crowd, would you
allow me to rest it upon your shoulder
in order to protect it from injury?"
"Certainly," replied the young man.
With a painful effort the unfortunata
passenger lifted his arm and rested it
upon his accommodating neighbor's
shoulder. When the car had reached
the street at which lie desired to stop
he politely thanked tho young man
with the cameo pin for his kindness,
The accomodating young man softly
whistled a refrain of a religious hymn,
as the car proceeded on its way; but
presently he lifted his hand to his neck
to adjust his collar, and discovered that
his cameo pin had been stolen. The
polite and afflicted stranger had taken
it away in his bandages. Nero York
m t '
Madam and baby havo just returned
from a promenade Monsieur asks for
details. 'Oh, mv dear, good news,"
said the wife. "Baby can talk. Baby
said his first word a littlo while a"o.
"Indeed! Tell mo all about it" "Well,
we were at the Jardin dos Plantcs, in
front of the huge cago of monkeys,
when baby suddenly cried out very dis
tinctly, 'Ah! Papa"
"Where were you engaged last?"
asked a lady of the new colored cook.
"Yer oughten'ter ax me dat, lady."
"I just want to know, as It may tend
to give you character." "Wall, lady,
de las' time I was engaged was down
in Bottoms. I was engaged to Bob
Phillips, de tritlincst yeller man I eber
8ed. W'y, lady, dat man stole my
year-rings and runned away. How
many times was ynrs.'lf engaged.lady ?'
The Doctor's Endorsement.
Dr. W. D. Wright, Cincinnati, O , tend the
ubjoined roiestlonal endorsement: "I have
proscribed DH. WM. HALL'S BALSAM FOR TUB
LUNGS las great number ofcaiea, and alwava
with auccese. One caae in particular we given up
by everal phyalciaaa who bad been called in for
aoneultatlon with mvaeir. The patient had all the
avmptomB ol confirmed consumption cold night
aweal, hectic (ever, haralng cough, etc. lie
commenced Immediately to get better and waa
noon reatored to hie nsual health. I have alto
DR. WM. HALL'S BALSAM FORTHB LUNGS
th moH vauable expectorant for breaking op die
treating cough and caldi that I have ever ueed."
DURNO'8 CATARRH SNUFF curct Ctarrh
and all 9ectloni of the mueoua membrane.
Why do you suffsrer with back ache,
pain in the chest, rheumatism, or lameness
anywhere when a Hop Plaster will surely
give you relief! Druggists tell tnem 25
Health Is Wealth.
It is not worth more than riches, for
without it riches cannot be enjoyed. How
many people are without health who might
regain it by using Kidney-Wort. Its sets
upon the Liver, Bowels and Kidney, cleans
ing and stimulating them to healthy action.
It cures all disorders of these important or
gans, parities the blood and promotes the
general health. Sold by all druggists.
A Fair Offer.
The Voltaic Belt Co., of Marshall. Mich.,
offer to send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Voltaic
Belt and Electric Appliances on trial, for
thirty days, to men, old and young, afflict
ed with nervous debility, lost vitality, and
many other diseases.
See advertisement in this paper. 1
A General Stampede.
Never was such a rush made for any
Drug Store as is now at Barclay Bros'
for a trial bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
AH' persona affected with Asthma, Bron
chitis, Hoarseness, Severe Coughs, or any
affection of the Throat and Lungs, can get
a (rial bottle of this great remedy free, by
calling at above Drug Store. (4)
If you suffer with Sick Headache, Con
stipation, Sour Stomach, or Bilious attacks,
Emory'B Little Cathartic Pills will re
lieve you. 15 cents. (3)
Advice to Mothers
Are you disturbed at night and I' .ken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth? If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor little Buierer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhrea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
"Diamond Dyes will Color Anything
any color, and never fail. The easiest and
beet way to economize. 10c. at all dreg
gists. Wells, Richardson & Co., Burling
ton, Yt. Sample Card, 82 colors, and book
of directions for 2 cent stamp.
True to Her Trust.
Too much cannot be said of tha-ever
faithful wife and mother, constantly watch
ing and caring for her dear ones, never neg
lecting a single duty in their behalf. When
they are assailed by disease, and the sys
tem should have a thorough cleansing, the
stomach and bowels regulated, blood puri
fied, and malarial poison exterminated, she
must know that Electric Bitters are the only
sure remedy. They are the best and purest
medicine in the world and only cost fifty
cents. Sold by Barclay Bros. (4)
ARKANSAS AND TEXAS.
Along the line of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International aod
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands of
acres of the choicest farming and grazing
lands in the world, ranging in price irom
12.00 to $300 and 4.00 per acre, in
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of eta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
in 1882, and make up your mind to go and
see for yourself when yeu learn that the crop
for 1883 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed formoneypaid for tickets or freight
over the Companies lines.
II. C. TOWN6END, Gen'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
Statbof Illinois I Circuit Court of
tie. Alexander County
CorHTT op ALBXiNDBR I In Chancery.
Msry Ilodees, Mary Hodge, jr., Sarah Jane
Hudgea and John Alexander Hodges.
Public notice 1 hereby given that, In pursuance
of a decree made and entered by aaid court In
the above entttled cause, on tho flat dar of Jan
nary, A. D. 188 ,1, Alexander H. Irrin, manter
in chancery of the aald circuit court of Alexander
eountv, will, on
WEDNESDAY, THE 18TFI DAT OF FEBRUA
at the hour of 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
at the south wo terly door of the court house In the
city of Cairo, county of Aleiander and atate of
Illlnoia, toll at public auction, to the
hlghiet and heat bidder, for cath,
all and elngnlar, the following deacr.bed
premise and real eatate in aald decree
meutloned, aituate In the county of Alexander and
atate of (lUnola, orao much thereof a aball be
ufflclent to aatlafv aald decree, to-wit : The north'
weat quarter of the eontneaet quarter of aectlon
one (1), tn townahlp alxteen (l),outh and in
ranM two (91 went of the third principal meridian.
Dated, Cairo, Illinois, January ttd, 1881. ,
ALEX. H. IHV1N.
M aeter In Chancery ,
Mulkey A Leek, Complainant's Solicitor. ,
Iodide or Totaialum Is one of the itrongeat of th
V lnerala n ed tn medicine, and baa produced much
nffi-ring tn the world. Taken for a long time and
In Urce dorca, It drlea up the gaatrlc. Julca. Im
pair dieevtton, the atoniarb rcfuaea food, end the
patient decline in health and weight Peron
with Blood or skin 1 Ixea.e thould be careful bow
they take these mineral poisons, aa in moat In
stances the effect or tliein 1 toalmoatperm nent
)y Impair the constitution To take the place of
these pols me we offer yon aafo, anre, prompt and
permanent relief from your trouble. Swift a Spe
cific la entirely a vegetable preparation, and it is
easy to convince you of it merit.
I have cured permanently Tllooi) Taint In the
third generation by the use or Swiff specific, af
ter I hid moat slg allv failed with Mercury and
Potaah. F. A. TOOJIER, M.D , Perry, Ga.
A young man requestame to thank you for hi
cure of Blood Poison bv the use of Swift' Specific
after all other treatment bad failed.
JUS. JACOBS, Drugglat, Athens, Ga.
THI ED HOT Bi'KIXGS TWO YEARS WITHOUT
Mercnrlal RhAtimatfam m.ii.M.. M.int . 1
- 1 " 1.. uiuuu tun m v. 1 1 p 1 u a 1 '
ter trying the prlng two year-, and the Mercury
and Potash treatment until I waa a skeleton and
nnable to do anything, 1 waa pr vailed upon to
lake a course of 8. 8. t. After taking three not
tie my appetite began to Improve, and I gained
flesh rapidly. When I had taken twelve bottlea I
felt as well aa I ilirl It u
BlnceltookB 8. 8. My health and annetiiear
good, and! am able to attend in all ! h..n... 1
Cnget. CHAS. BRltU.
Hot Spring, Jan. 1.1883,
"PUT ME FQUARR ON MT FEET."
Twelve months sun I nin. ... u o
8. for Malarial Kbetimatiein, which had crippled
me o that I was unable to attend to bustne,,
Les than twelve bottle have pnt me so 1 are on
mv feet: hav t..Kdliv Imnnn. t.,..x..i,i.o..
ter In ten yeara. c. I'.dL'INN.
not Springs, Jan. 1, 1833.
Onr treatise on B'ood and Skin Disease mallad
free to applicant. 111K sWIPT SPECIFIC CO.,
Drawer ft. Atlanta, (Ja.
H.X. Office, lf.9 W. ZM St., bet. 6tb 4 7th Ave.
BEFORE V AND nr AFTER
Electric Appliance ar lent on 30 Oiyi' TrisL
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLD,
TTTHO are ar7.rtnir from Kiavor DasrLITV.
y Lost Vitilitt, lick or Kaara roars avd
Vioob. Wajns' wi)iiHs, and all those !
ot a 1'rvl KiTini mniltina from Aacsa and
Oman I'acse. HpueUr relief and eompieta resto
ration of Hkalth. I KK.aawl Mkkood OI-iBaXTBBD.
The trr&D'Wt dineovery of the Nlnetwnth Century.
V31UIC HIT CO., MARSHAL!, MICH.
"A -l.-T " ?Tvm tnMam
an infUHble cure for Pi Ira.
Price 91, at druggicta, or
sent prepaid or man. fampie
fmrA Yonthfnl lmnradanea. Clasina
Kfn-rou Debility, MsnUl and Pbra
eal Weaknasa aloabl informatioa .
I furhomararafVeo. Lsd'ranrae- I
85 S. Clark St., Opp. Court House, CHICAGO.
in the L'muiii Mates, wbuaa ui K lo.v. explbienck,
perfect method and pure medicine inimre BFKEUX
and febmankm cinn of ail Pmal. Chronio and
Nitmui Uwnn A Sections of thsitlood, Hktn,
Kidney, Illadder, Kmptlona, lleera. Old
More. Hwr Ilia: f the iJ lands, aW afoatk.
Throat, Hone Pain, pirmaDtnll ourad aod
radicated Irom the sum lur life.
II C D II fl 1 1 0 nrbllUy, Impotmcy.H'mlnaX
11 Cil I U U O Lours, bacuuUm,y, Mental
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Weak lWt blunted Development, Impedi
ments to Marriage, ete., from exceavea or any
eatise, speedily, safely and privately Cured,
Toudi, Middle-Aged and Old men, and all
who need medical skill and experience, consult
Dr. Bate at onoe. His opinion own nothin. and may
are future misery and shame. When inconvenient
to visit tho city fur treatment, mediciDrsean b sent
everywhere ly mail or express free froaa obsrr.
Tntlon. -It ins. lf-fri.ient thla nbymcian who
gives his wuols atlnntinn to a class of disease at
tain greut skill, and physician throughout th
country, knowir s? this, frpqtipntly recommend ditflcult
case to the OloVat Mperlnllsl, by whom avtry
known good remedy is ued, alr. Bate'
Age and Kxprlrnee make hi opinion of an
preme Imunrtaaee. gv-ThoM who call ae no
one but tho lctor. Consnltationtfreeandeaeredlv
confident Inl. (.'asps which have failed in obtaining
relief elkewhure. ppctallr eolieited. Isaislo Dis
ease treated. Call nr write. Hoars, from 9 to 41
to ( SandsvH. If to IS. OUIDB to ltElXTa
BENT FkEP.. Address as above.
powers, prematura decay
and failure to perform llfe'e
dutlve properly are caused by
exnusf-es, errors of youth, etc.
will lind a perfWt and lasting
restoration to robnaa aealtk
and vlirorous manhood in
l THE MARSTON BOLUS.
aiiuiiuvr eiiua:a urafOjtinsT nor
Ksrvsus Ifeehlltaw anA
Ph vslcul liecav iauniformtr
noeessfnl bwause bawd on perfect diagnosis,
new and direct mthmls and absolnta thnr.
otiahncsa. Full information and Treaties tree.
AdJrpss Consulting Physician of
MARSTON REM EOY CO., 48 W.llth SI, New York.
A J v U I ' , V lrn.i tiuu ui uu, ua '
boat noted and successful specialist In th u. SL
(now rstired for UiPoiire of ilTerrcxsa ftoMf MM. '
fjomt Manhood, Weakntmanni Mtoomw. Heni
to plam sealed euvelopeVee, LruEgLstacaanlliw
Addrtt DR. WARD & CO., Uuialma. Ma.
-J . - i.I.IIm Sfca
Is a tcry ibtarsstin bosk, a4 hai tM Broaaasssa as ay
thouistidi who bsve rsvl It. It explains tlis principles of
Ufs sod death end tns onsio ot aiMaiee, tos enouia as rsa
ay ell tbiokisg people. It ensteini "luibl, prescription
for Ike etire ot Nervous and Fhrsloal Debility, Lost
Vitality, Defective memory, Despondenor, sad tbs
whole trals of di.ordere brought oa by oterworh sad iadi.
ereilone i also prescriptions for Catarrh, Scrofula, eta.
Aoonef thiewotk sent ky Bull, enurely ee sled, ft, by
aoVtreMUff rhe author
m.. eUQCEtt. If .ft, MO w. eta SL, 1aelai,0Me.
riP THK HUMAN Bl)lV KM.AKfiKD. DEVEI.-
KIX STRESUTHENKD." Etc.. isan Interesting
yHrUH'ut'hi long ruo In onTpii7X
quiriws vre will tiny tntu thrw in no evidence of nuin-
tJnthfy contrary, theaVavnHliMtrwarr)
Try highly" (Hill
1 i p'tiJ ft r s lnv in n n t V i a r tic 1 1 1 ar hy. iT n 1 1 w wi n q
TO Dr. ICE AN.
r asvl t Ha III Scioth Cuss dr., Clilcaf o
hd ,, m.iii ,raia, wi m-
eala, Mervuue, CUroale and special dte
eaeee.apermetorbtfa, liapoteacy (asisal
2 V aiiltatloa ittrwxiollr, or by letwr baa.
rtr. Bean Is the only pbyelrtaa la M
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LlefNOLS CENTRAL R. K
Shortest and Quickest Rouil
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line llunninsj
Q DAILY TIUIM
Making Diiikot Connkotio
rail n Lbavb Caiko:
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Arriving in 8t. Louis MC a.m.. ; Chicago, H :80p.m.
lonnecung at uaiu ana binnghatn for ClndB
nan, i.omvuie, inmauapou aud point Beat.
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3:45 p.m. Fnnt Kzpr.
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3:-45 p in. CincinnHti Kiprexs,
Vrrivinif at Clncli-oatl 7:) a.m.; Louittnlle 6iU
AV m fnHlainati-.laa A -fat. - I. a.
tb is train reach the above bol&u la to 3J
uwueo m auvance 01 any oilier route.
1 'JsW" Th R !l -U) n m awna.. i..aa rtTT I u a M
changes, arid through leepr to St. ioali and
Fast Time Kast.
r Ji ivPTl trpra tn"' "n S through to East.
I UOOtjil-CIO am -noltila iiK., .4.1..
caused bv Sunday intervening. The Saturday after-
' iriu arum vairo amres in new lorn Monday
uuuiuK iv..w. luirij-Bix nours in aavanceol
nv other rnnte.
tWKdr thronirh tickets a. it rilrthur Infmn.Hna
liiT ai iiiiaui i.c'Liiai uauroaa Lu pot, C airo.
. r, u. JU ao, Ticket Agent,
i. H. HANSON, Gen. Para. Agent. Chicago
R R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
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C. 8T. L A S. O. R. R. (JUCkfKUl route).
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ST. L. C. R. R.
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