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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MOIINOM, FEBRUARY 5, 1884.
u Pale, Poor, Puny and Pallid.
'' Consideringall the ills that attack
little children, it is a wonder that
any of the poor little youngsters
. live to grow up.
.. . There are children who are truly
"""objects' of pity. They seem almost
bloodless. Their cheeks are thin
and pinched; their eyes are hollow;
and their skin is tightly drawn
over their foreheads. There is
'! ; ' nothing hearty about them. 'They
" ' ' do not enjoy their lives. They are
suffering from the debility that
leads to marasmus. Poor things I
. 'Do a good deed for the pale,
poor, puny, pallid child.. Hand its
; mother a bottle of Brown's Iron
BUUrs. Here is life even for the
, most delicate, the most debilitated;
! M for the child almost given up for
dead. Iron in the blood is what the
" child needs to bring it up. The
little digestive apparatus will re-
cover. The pale cheeks will fill out.
The wear' groan of the child will be
"exchanged for, the merry prattle of
I infantile gladness. Your druggist will
- tell you what wonders Brown's Iron
titers has done for very sick children.
AND BLOOD DISEASES.
PHYSICIANS ENDORSE IT HEARTILY.
"Kldnsr-Wort ia tb as
lmrutd." Dr. P. O. Ballon. Monktaa, Vs.
"Kidney-Wort la alwaya ralieMa," .
' Dr. B. N. Clark. Bo. Heeo. Vt.
"Kldnsy-Woet baa eared my wife aftaw two year
waartag. Vt. C. it. BumsMclin, anmHiU,Oa.
IN THOUSANDS OF CASIS i
It has sored where all els had failed. It ta mild,
butaiBolant, OEMTAM IN ITS ACTIOS, but
banal In all otttm. :
- carlt alt t s ta. Bl 4 aa4 gtrewgt fceaa a ad
hraa Haw Lifts to all the tmportant orgaaa of
torn eooy. m natural eetuo of to auanaya la
sluied. The lava la olaaaaad of all disease.
and tea BoweM non aratiy ana naanuuuy.
to th way the wort atiaeaii a ssadlostid
frost Un system. ... ' .
VWaV tl0 Utl M DM, MU t MTOOm.
Dry can be aent by mail. t
WZLLB, BIOUlKPM ACO.BarUataTt.
i "Disease Cured
j I- Without Medicine.
A Valaabla Discovery for applying Magnetism to
; the Haman System. Electricity and Magnetism
otillied as nefer before lor Healing the Sick.
; TBB MAOJIKTOM APPLIANCE CO.'B
t Magnetic Kidney Belt!
WARRANTED TO CURE
by Sskthdid, the following diseases without med
ItlMirAXns m tm baok. air. asow.uuBt,
BBBVOUS DIBUJTT, LCMSABO, BBSUI. OIBUJTT,
UBCBUTUB. PlULTHIe, HBUBAL81A, BOUTM,
DlBBAtBS OFTHI BIUBIYS.IPLNAI, DLSASS, TOaPID
utbb, Oout, Seminal Emissions, Imuo.ency,
Asthma. Heart Dleease, Dyspepsia, Constipation,
Xrviipelan, Indigestion, Hernia or Rapture, Cat
arrh, Hies, Kpilepsy, Dnmb Agtie, etc.
When anr debility of the OKSJCKATIVB OB
QAVti occurs. Lost Vitality, Lack of Nerve Force
ad Vigor, vvaattng Weakness, and all thoee Dit
aaaes of a personal nature, Irom whatever cane,
taaconttaaoa stream of magnetism permeating
ikroagn the part, mast restore them to a neaitnr
j hers is bo auistaat asout uia Appi-
TO THE LADIES: ti?aflS&
Weakness of tbe -pine Palling of the Womb,
Leacarrbma. Chronic Inflammation or Ulceration
nf the Womb, Inctoeniai He uorrbao or Kloodlog,
P.i fol, supprted an1 lrreralar Menatrnation,
ttarreuitee, and Change of Life, thla It the Beat
i up i'ho nd Curative Airent known.
For a I tortn of Kemai- I)i tcalltea 1' la nnenr-
t Bt a tnlng efore tDT-nted, bath aa a
nrailve agni.t aud aa a tonr e of power and rttal-
Price of either Bui with Magnetic Inaolea, flu,
aent b upre-a 0 O. I). and elimination al-
low. d, or ny mall on receipt of pnee In ordering
aeul meaf are ol walat and alae of shoe Remit.
' Unce can be made In currency, lent in letter at
Tbe Magnetic Qarmenta are adapted to all ages,
are worn over the unlerclotaing (n .t next to the
body like the many .ilul- and Electric Hum
bugs adfrrtts d so eitotntrely), and should be
,Uk a off at night. They bold their POWKH
PukEVKR. and are worn at all seasons of tbe
Send stamp for tbe "New Departure In Medical
Treatment Without Medicine," with thousands of
THE MAGNETON APPLIAUCK CO.,
Xlti 8 late street, Chicago, 111 .
Nor. Hand one dol ar In Doeume stanpa or
earrency (In letter at our risk) wlto slse ol shoe
aeaall worn, aad try a pair or our Magnetic in
aolea, and be eonrioced of the power residing Id
' oor other Magnetic Appliances. Positively no
' cold feet when they are worn, or money refunded.
HALT RHFXM, ECZEMA, SCROFULA, HCALD
Head, Eryitln, Trttr, lllvm. Innorulf, Barber's
Itch, I'Uiiplen, Htiiifrt, Carbuucln, Unlit I'omjnlng
and Poisoned Wounda, Ulugworm, Hunburn. ana
Udlseaaraaf the Skin.
- For Pilee, Wounda, Cats, tlrera or Bores, no
- remedy la aa prompt In soothing and healing aa
' Paplllon Skin Cure. It does not (mart or burn.
Mnttitmi in tea language accompany every txMU.
SABAL CATABItir A
CCTE or CHRONIC COLD
Id, Iirouclilal Catarrh aud
ta Un Uead, Hum Col
. HAY FEVEIl.
" nowrils. permits natural breathing,
ii f. VM. 'Mrurtattiins, untiftlM and kneeling.
liI,,l!ilt'.1R' inn ,OT Co,a he Head-wlikh
. ' thaiiKH in the atiuonphere.
Oirutium in m nmmptmy tray bottle,
L " AM, BBOQOIBTi.
For Sale by
PAUL G. SCHUII,
Special Agts. in this citv.
- The Ideal Caligraph.
" VTH' PERFECT WRITiNO MACHINE.
J QKvery Machine warranted. ArT
TJuntable type bare, perfect auto.
V 1 ml,c '''P1, ,Md ""en unyaria-
J J We tension, no lost motion, be-
S le1 Vten, llKht carriaKe. All
parts Interchangeable. Does the
Work ol three penmen, much neaUr and mora
JflsriblB. Prices, $70.00 and 00.
VTpMKER, RITTCR CO., 420 N. U, It. Louie.
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rNYARIABLY T ADT1KCB.
All Commnnlcations should be addressed to
Pahlishor and Proprietor.
Speaker Curl isle's Wife.
At all official dinners this winter
Mrs. Carlisle, like Mrs. Koifer last
year, will rank her husband, and if
the president is present, will take the
position corresponding to his. This
official etiquette seems very strango
outside of Washington, but here, where
so many guests at aa entertainment
are official, it is absolutely necessary
that there should be some rule of pre
cedence, or else there would be bitter
jealousies. At a dinner the oldest sen
ator in point of service takes preced
ence of all other senators present,
even though he may be the dullest and
most uninteresting one present In
the same way the members who have
served the longest take precedence of
the younger ones.
Mrs. Carlisle is a woman who can
till any position. She is a Kentuckian,
having been born in the city of Cov
ington, where their home now is. Her
father was a prominent man in Ken
tucky, and was mayor of Covington for
mauy years. Mrs. Carlisle inherits
the splendid physique of the typical
Kentuckian. She is five feet nine
inches in height and straight as an ar
row. Her figure is as lithe as a young
girl's. She is a blonde in complexion,
with blue-grey eyes, set rather deep,
with marked eyebrows. Her blonde hair
is banged and worn slightly waved in
the prevailing fashion. It is difficult
to realizo that Mrs. Carlisle is the
mother of two grown song. The eldest
one was married last spring to a Cov
ington young lady. Mrs. Carlisle is
very prom! of her "two boys," as she
always calls them. She has great faith
in her husband's political success, and
has always herself done a great deal to
insure it. She has been as cool as her
husband during the speakership strug-
le, and has not doubted for a moment
lat he would be the next speaker.
On the opening day of cougress when
her husband took the chair as speaker
Mrs. Carlisle sat in the front seat of
the member's gallery tbe seat which
is always reserved for the speaker's
family. She wore a brown cloth suit,
trimmed with ostrich trimming, with
mantle of the same. A small brown
bonnet completed her costume.
Mrs. Logan, who has been visiting her
son, who is a fourth-class man at West
Point was telling me something of the
discipline at that institution. Consider
ing that there are exactly 5,000 rules,
any one of which if broken gives a boy a
demerit, it seems almost marvellous
that they are not all expelled. Young
Logan received a demerit for coming
out of his room while fastening tbe up
per button of his coat His room
mate received a demerit for leaving in
his room a chair by the window instead
of by the table, with the legs of the
chair at the exact distance from those
of the table. Smoking is positively
prohibited. Ope of tbe instructors,
Lieutenant Gale, a very small man,
was going the rounds of inspection one
njght ami found one of the young men's
room full of smoke.
The cadet stood "attention" when he
came in, the cigar having been pitched
out of sight. Lieutenant Gales said
nothing to the young fellow, and he
was greatly delighted, thinking he
would not be punished. He ran off to
a friend's room and told him of the
circumstance, exclaiming about Gale's
kindness in not punishing him. That
Dight at drill the yonng cadet's name
was called and an order read to him
that as punishment for smoking he
should make a "tour" for three succes
sive Saturdays. A "tour" consists in
walking la certain limits for an hour.
One young cadet the officer have al
most despaired of ever making a sol
dier. He appeared the other day at
guard mount In slippers. "How can
you ever mak'? a soldier of a man,"
exclaimed an officer, "who would ride
a horse with his feet in slippers?"
They are severe in lessons as in discip
line; fourteen and fifteen pages of al
eebra for one lesson is iust an ordinarv
lesson. With such severe strains physi
cally una mentally, it is a wonder that
the health of more younjj men is not
permanently injured at West Point
A Great Mexican Pyramid.
The pyramid of Cheops is dwarfed
by that near Magdalena, Mexico. The
Chihuahua Enterprise says that it has a
base of 1,350 feet and is 750 feet. high.
There is a winding roadway from the
bottom, loading up an easy grade to
tho top, wide enough for carnages to
pass over, said to be twenty-three miles
in length. The outer walls of the road
way are laid In solid masonry, huge
bloekB of granite in rubble work, and
the circles are as uniform and the
grade as regular as they could be made
by our best engineers to-day. The wall
is only occasionally exposed, being cov
ered with debris and enrth.and in many
places the sahuaro and other indige
nous plants and trees have grown up,
giving the pyramid the appearance of .
' A writer in the Providence Journal
calls attention to a practico in voguo
about this time which is "far more un
J'Khtly and much more injurious to
health than the existence of high, close
lences and offensive outbuildings."
iUis.is thu spreading of stable manure
on the lawn. From such lawns, on
warm days .rises a visible vapor, laden
with bad odors and disease. It is said
that artificial lertilhws will give: as
good results, without introducing weeds
and coarso crass!.
IfoiDAT Etkmijio, Feb. 4, 1884.
Tbe weather li gloomy and unsettled with
the chances in favor of rain.
The frost it oat of tbe ground tad tbe
surrounding country is a tea of mud. Tbe
streets of tbe city are drying fast and only
rain will prevent tbe dust flying in course
ef a few dayi.
The rivers are swelling iteadily at all
points, bat no very high water is looked
FLOUR The market is quiet and un
changed. Nothing doing in round lots
and very few orders come in.
HAY Receipts continue large and de
mand good for strictly choice.
CORN The market rulee steady and
the demand good, with full supply offering.
OATS Plenty and weak, with very
limited demand. ' 1 ' 1
MEAL Quiet but firm as quoted for
BRAN Scarce and in demand.
BUTTER All kinds are in full inpply
EGOS The market Is bare and choice
receipts command fancy prices.
CHICKENS More plentiful and mark
APPLES Fancy stocks hold firm.
. POTATOES Nominal. Prices are un
Sales and Quotations.
HOTI. Tha prtees bare riven are for tales frost
Irst hands ta round lots. Aa advance la
charted (or broken lotsu BiUaiordtrs.
00 bbla yarlons grades
4 1J4 ts
a as; !
11 cars tilt edge small bale.,
JO 00&1 so
8 cart choice Timothy
1 car flit edft, large bale
Sears white mixed In bulk oa trick.
,eoo sacks white ....
t cart mixed, balk, on track
I cart ta balk.,
ft cart cholc la balk
If. I Red, per ba
Ho. I Medlteraataa...
500 tUt City ea raers 1 1531 SO
1st IMekfe aSeaeame s iNHtmiMI
90 poaadt choice Northern packed SOIS
too ponnda choice Northern roll lsi&to
ftOO pada Southern lilt roll 15tlfl
600 pounds creamtry iQS0
100 doaaa t$a
00 doaea SO
Larf thole...- 10 10
-,,, , 00
I coops BJtxsd aad hens - , I s 4)3 60
coops hem ,-.. I OOftS It
Dressed per dos t SOftS 00
Per hhl choice Ben Darts. TMM 00
Soma Baaty.... -....I 764 00
Small varetlet SOU
Choice Wlneeapa intbl 0)
eutoB l (0l 00
Cholcsrad...... . 00
Choice yellow 2 21
Potatoes par bath Peach Blow 4&C50
Potatoes per hash Early Koie 40
Potatoes per bbl. .1 OS
Aaeordlag to eUe ..-.... 10 Oo&ll 41
Tan-washed , Istiai
l. C. Bami
Clear tides .. a
flhosldare - j
Hatrt... -...- ,.noae
Mt. Johna is
Oh ! Klrer 1 OS
t bsthtl barlapt I
ft bntbal IIS
ppiss, Drigat wn
' ' BEAMH.
OholCt BBTT t ooa s
Choice medium eft
Choice, factory . ie
vream.,,, ,,,,.MaMw-...MM.... ,
Ceon 10 to SS
Mink ' 10 to 48
Red Fox - If
Wild Cat. 10 to Bl
Beaver per pound to to 5
Opotanm. I to 15
Bear........... ..... ...l 00 to t 00
Calf,Oreen.- .. ... IS
Dry Flint choice it
Dry Salt........ aa sat smb ttasteeeat M
Plnm Green ......
Sheep Pelts, dry . ..., . . lofts
Sheep Pelts, eras a..... 1871
UaaaafM Kiaet ..... y
Common Logs s a t l a
Good logs , 4 60 I Ou
owLeal. .... 4 75(3 6 0
Mediant Leaf , n MHA 1 H
QordUaf. T too
RATES Of FREIGHT,
r i . .
Grata Hay Flonr Pork
Jcwt. yewt. Wbbl. Vkbl.
Mtrrpbl 18X It J 85
MOr!esnt,n..M 17'-, t6 8S (
Helena, Ark .... 174 84 to
Kllnetton, Hist iS 42 46 tl
Vicksburg, Prentest Home (st per cwl hliiht-r
All other way polnu below Memphis to New Or
leans, same rates at to K lnastoa
Every one like to take solid comfort and
it may be enjoyed by every one who keeps
Sidney-Wort in the ueuse and takes a few
doses at the first symptoms ef an attack ef
Malaria, Rheumatism, Biliousness, Jaun
dice or any affection of the Liver, Kidney
or Bowels. It it a purely vegetable com
pound of roots, leaves and berries known to
have special value in kidney troubles. Ad
ded to these are remedies acting directly on
tbe Liver and Bowels. It removes the
cause of diseases and fortifies the system
against new attacks.
Tbe Hop Piasters havu a wondorful sale,
and why 1 Because they eure back ache,
stiff jeints, pain in the tide and all soreness
in any part. People appreciate them. Any
druggists, 23 cti.
A Fair Oiler.
The Voltaic Belt Co, Marshall, Mich,
offer to send Dr, Dye't Voltaic Belt and
Applicances on .trial, for thirty days, to
men, old or young, afflicted with nervous
debility, lott vitality and kindred troubles.
See advertisement in this paper. 2
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and l" ken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teethf 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 . sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhoea, regulates the Btomach 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 bust female
nurses and physicians in tbe United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Prevent sickness by taking occasionally
one of Emory's Little Cathartic Pills, a
wonderful appetizer, an absolute cure of
Biliousness. 15 cents. (4)
Never Give Up.
If you are suffering with low and de
pressed spirits, loss of appetite, general
debility, disordered blood, weak constitu
tion, headache, or any disease of a bilious
nature, by all means procure a bottle of
Electric Bitters. You will be surprised to
tee tha rapid improvement that will follow;
you will be inspired with new life; strength
and activity will return; pain and misery
will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice
in the praise of Electric Bitters. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Barclay Bros. (5)
3"Pretty aa a Picture. Twenty-four
beautiful colors of the Diamond Dyes, for
Silk, Wool, Cotton, e., 10 cents sach. A
child can use with perfect success. Get at
once at your druggitti. Wells, Richard
ton A Co., Burlington, Vt.
ARKANSAS AND TEXAS.
Along the line of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands of
acres ot the choicest farming and grazing
lands in the world, ranging in price from
Vi.w to 6W ana f4.uo per acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkaneas and Texas,
in 1882, and make up your mind to go and
tee for yourself when you leara 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 for money paid for tickets or freight
over toe Companies lines.
II. C. TOWN6E5D, Oen'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
Tbe Doctor's Endorsement.
Dr. W. D. Wrlirht. Cincinnati. O . tendt the
subjoined professional endorsement: "I bate
prescribed 1B. WM. HALL'S BALSAM FOK'iHK
LUNGS In a Brent camber of casee, and always
with success. One ease In particular waa plyen ap
by aeveral physicians who fasd been call id In for
aonsnltatlon with myself. The Ditlent bad all ths
symptoms of confirmed eoninmptlon cold night
iweate, hectic fever, haras nine conirh, etc. lie
commenced immediately to get better and
soon restored to nis nsnal neaitn. 1 navn a no
I)K. WM. H ALL H BALSAM FOR THE LUNOS
the roost vanable expectorant for breaking np dlS'
tressing cougns sua ceiai mat l naye ever urea.
DURNO'8 CATARRH SNUFF enrca Catarrh
and all affections of tbe mncooe tnembrano.
Btatk or Illinois I Circuit Court of
ai. Alexander County.
IOuktt of alexandbb ) in inaucery.
Mary Hodden, Mary Uodgfs, jr., Sarah Jano
HudKee and John Alexander Hodges.
Fablic notice Is hereby given that. In pursnance
oi anecree mane ana enterea ny saia coart in
the an ve entitled cause, on tho Slat oar of Jan
nary, A. D. 1KB , I, Alexander II. Irvln, master
In chancery of the said circuit court of Alexander
enuntv. will, on
WKOKBSDAY, THE 13TH DAT OF FERItUA
at the hour of 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
at tho southwesterly door of the court honse In the
city of Cairo, county of Alexander aad state of
Illinois, sell at public auction, to the
nighdst and best bidder. for cash
all and singular, the following described
premlnet and - real estate in said decree
mentioned, situate In the county of Alexander aud
state of Illinois, or so much thereof aa aball be
sufficient to satisfy said decree, to-wit : The north
west Quarter of the southeast nnarter of section
one (I), In township sixteen (16), south and in
range two (2) west of tbe third principal moridian
uatea, lairo, iiunois, January wa,
' ' Master In Chancery
Mnlkoy A Leek, Complalaant'e Holicltors.
An unfailing and Speedy cure for
A'atxws VeMktjf and Wtaknm,
Xasie Pifatitvand Kv0or, or any
orerwork, eta., (oyer forty tSou
Band positive euraa.) - ftcl
loo. for postage on trial box of
100 pills. Address,
Dr. M. W. BACON, eor.ClarkrH,
aad Otihona Maoa, Cxuoaoq, Ilu
Iodide Of Potasslnm Is one nf the atmneeat of tha
rr Inerals u-ed In murilclne. unit haa nmduped much
offering in the world. Taken for a long tint and
tn liuve doses, It dries up the gaatrlo, lulcea. Im
pans diction, tbe stomnch refuses food, and the
patient declinra in hi-alih and weight Persons
with Blood or Skin I Iseascs should be careful how
they take ttiese mineral polxous, as iti moat In.
stances the ttfixt of them is to almutt pnrru nent
ly Impair tho constitution To take the place of
tnene poisons we oilur you a sale, sure, prompt and
permanent relief from your troulilea. Swift's 8De-
clflc is entirely a wiit'taMe prpurution, and It it
easy to couvinco you of its mt'rit.
I have cured nermanontlv DloAd Taint In the
third generation by I he use of Swift's Specific, sf
ter I hud most slgrallv failed with Mercury and
Potash. F. A. TOOMER, M.D., Perry, Ga,
A young man rcauestame to thank vnn for his
enre of Blood Poison by tbe line of Swift's Speclflc
nibui mi uiiivr trvnwnem nau lanea.
JOS. JACtiBS, Druggist, Athens, Oa.
TRIED IIOT SPRINGS TWO YEARS WITHOUT
Mercurial RhenTttlsm made me a erlDnle. Af
ter trviug the snrlnira two v. nr.. and iha Murenrv
and Pot an h treatment until I was a skeleton and
nnable to do anything, I was pr vailed upon to
take a Course of S. S. S. After takinn thrtta hot.
tier my appetite began to Improve, and I gained
flesh rapidly. When I had taken twelve bottles I
felt ss well as I t-yer did . It is now twelTe months
siutel took 8. S. 8. My health and appetite are
good, and 1 am able to attend to all the business I
can get. CUAS. BEKU.
Hot Springs, Jan. 1,1863.
"l'CT ME SQUARE ON MY PERT."
Twelve months so I was persuaded to try S. S.
. for Malarial Kheomalism, which had crippled
iftanthnt I wiiii nnahlw miinA ... v.-
Less thn twelve bottles have put me square on
ivi'v, uavjsieauuy impruvea; nsven t relt Dtt
In ten years. C. h.GL'INN,
not spring, jan. i, iktj.
Our tr' tUse on niond and Skin Diseases mailed
free ti applicants. THE sWIKT SPKCIKIC CO.,
I'rawer a, Atlanta, ua.
N. Y. Office, 19 W. 2M St , bet. 6th A 7th Area.
V winr v'
i st 1 1 aw
I clJ'litftl OUTOF ORDER.
1 30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK.
$&q epNA b5lAfi.
ILL. v MASS. - GA
TOR SALE BY
II. Steagala fe Co., Cairo, 111.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAT
Egyptian Flouring Mil h
Hisrhf!t Cash PrW Paid tor Wlirat.
For Sale bv
Whom debility, exhanatcd
powers, prvuiutnrs ferny
and fnilure to perform life's
duties properly are oauiwd by
ex.,', error of jrontb, eto.,
will 11 nd a parfnrt and laatins
rontornlion to robust hculth
Ann vigorous manhfind m
Roitnr atnmnrh dniKiing nor
AVrvuua II f. hi lit m mnA
Plivaluill lli,ftnv iant,ffnrM,lw
uccemful beranse Imsi d on pvrfuct diAgnosis,
nenr and direct methods anrl shitolntn thor
oaahnraa. Full Informal ion and Treatise free.
Aililrpaa t.'onaiilt inv rhyaiciAn of
MARST0N REMEDYC0.,46W.14thS( New York.
It rv intcrtitlnf hnok. and hit twB Dnnaanfttd m b
lOvusaiiui who aavs rH h. k iniHini im
Ufa and deatt, and tha ornln of rlitai
a. and ibould ba rtad
and ibould ba raad
W all Iblnkiu pfoplt. It cnnlafnt valm
for tht curt or Nervous aud Phyitoal Da bill ty, IiOat
Vitality. Defective Memory, Den poo don or, od tba
whala train of iianHra brouthf nn by overwork aatl ladl.
trttlena i alio nrraorlDtlcina for flaitavvvh. SmmfrnvlA. atA.
for tht curt of Nervous aud Phyiioal
A eon ef thu work aant by mail, raurli aalL Area, fey
Mn(at tha author,
jAaVU, kJkt m W. U BW CladaatOya.
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LLINOia CENTRAL R. R
In n n - n n r. r- n?
Shortest and Quickest RoutJ
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Only .Line Kuntrints
M iV 'IK. A iN
-bv Jk. v .sV i
Making Dikeot Conneotiox
Train Liitb Cairo:
3;Uj a in. Miall,
Arriving tn 8t. Louis : a.m. : Chlcsi(o, 8:80 p.m. :
CounectinK at Odin snd Kmneljani tot L'lccla
nau, Louisville, Indianapolis and piAnn Kaat.
1S0 p. tzi. PW Ht. Louis itnd
v esteni .xprcs.
rrivlnpin8t. l ouisansp. m., and connectlnd
iur mil puiui. nrii,
3:45 p.m. J'ivt Kxproaa.
KorSt. Lonii and ChtcaL-o, arrtvinir at Ht. LoalJ
111 9ft II tn . nl l'hru,r? 'd . r H
3:45 p m.Clncinnnti K press.
Jrriviiig at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Louisville 8J
a.m.; Indianapolis 4:05 a.m. FassenKers M
this train reach the above points la to 36
uuuu id aavance oi auy otner route.
taTlie 8:V) D. m. express has l MM
sLfcEPING CAH Cairo to Cincinnati. withnt)
cnanKes, ana inroogn sleeper to bl. loait and
Fast Time Kat.
Iam0UlY0lsl bT this line fro through to East
OOClltiCl.l era BOlntS without anv rlnlav
ansed bv Hundav Intervening. Tht Saturday after-
nmm train irouj tairo arrives in new rom .TlondaTl
nornluRat 10:86. Thirty -sii hoars in ad vanes of)
t niner route.
ly For through tickets and further Information,
tppiy at Illinois Central Uallroad Depot, Cairo.
J. 11. JUNES. Tlrki t Aipnt.
HANSON. Guo. Pass. Airent. Chicago
K 11. TIME C'AKD AT CAIRO.
Tra.tt Depart. Trains Arrive,
c. ST. l h n. o. n. h. (Jtckson route).
tMail 4:4ia.ii, s-M ... ....4:p.m.
tEipresa 10 ia.m. Ktpress ...10:30a.m.
lAccom 3:50 p.m.
Kz i, Mail .
a C. K. It.
,... 3:00 a m
. Id:'ia m
..l-:i fi p.ni
I Li. i Hull
.4:i0 p m.
ST. L. A I. M. R. R.
...10:30p.m. tEzprert !:?0 p.m.
W., BT. L. A P. R. R.
..4:fOa.m. I Mall A Ex.. B DOp.m,
.4:00 p.m. I 'ArcoTi ,
..7:4.') a.m. Freight....
MOBILE A OHIO R. R.
...5:tta.m. I Mull
...6 4S p.m.
.. :10 p.m.
Dally except Snp'av. t Dailr.
I. C. K. K.(throuKb lock mail). & a. m.
" " " ..11::0am
I Tin PC
3 a. m.
" (way mall)-.....
" (Southern Dir ...,
Iron Mountain li. H
Wabash R It
Texas A St. I.ouls K. K
Bt. Lonls & Clro K. h
Miss Mver srrives Wed., hat
" departs Wed., tri
P O. (ten dol.op n from ,
,.4 30 p.m.
. I p. m.
. .!' p. m.
.7 p. m.
,.5 p. m.
,.i p. m.
9 SO ant
4 p. m
7 .30 am to:W pm
P.O. box del. oi tn from 6 a. m. to B d
Nandays gen. del. open from... .Re. m. to 10 a. m.
Snndavs box del. open from 8 a. m. to 10:30 am
rsySOTB. Chang.s will he pu'ilisbed from
time to time in city papers. Change voiir cards ae
eordlngly. WM. M. .MUKf'UT. P. M
85 S. Clark St., Opp. Court House, CHICAGO,
A remtar mdnata. -Th Olitrat Nneelkllat
In th. United htatea, whoa Li k v. iaj.no IlII'Krikmck,
perfect matliud and pure medicine inaur. SPKEOT
and rriu(A!KKT oi'KKH of all Private. Chronic and
Nervous liiaeaaea. A tfeetionaof tha Hlond, SJkln,
KldMya, Hlndder, tlniptlona, I Irrra, Uld
stores, H we I Una; f tbel.lunda, Horn Mouth,
ThraM, Hone I'nlna, puruianantl cured and
radicated lrou the arsunn fur life.
II Cill U U O Loft, liaruul IMcuy, Menial
ami i'hynical Weakne, Failing Slt-mory,
Weak I'.ijrt, titunted Jievtlopmmt, Impedi
ment to Marriage, etc., from exeeuea or any
eaxue, spotdily, wfi&g and privately Cured.
BYoiina, Middle-Aed and Old men, and all
who need nied.tul kklll und emprrlenec, consult
Dr. Bate at once, ilia opinion oont nothing, and may
aav.fature misery and atiama. When Inoonvenisnt
to visit the city fur treatment, medioineaoan bs s.nt
vsnrwhere by mail nr eipreas I pee from ob.er.
TSUlon. BtTlt self-evident that a phyaiciaa who
(ires his wliiile attuntinn to a cla&s of diaeaaes sit
talns greut skill, and phynciana hroai;hout the
country, knuwiri 7 this, frequently recommend difficult
cases to the (thirst Nperlullat, by whum .very
known g-oiMl remedy ia uaed. BjT-Dr. flats
Ate and i:iprrleute maka his opinion of sa
prrme Ininnrtunrr. tf Thoee wlm call see no
one but the Doctor. ConanliationHfreeandaiaeredly
eanfldrntlal. Caaea which have failed in obtaining
relief slaewhere, eapenally solicited. Female Dis
eases treated. Call nr write, Honrs, from 9 to 4
to H , Sunday lo tn 1. tiUUlK (U llJiALIH
CUT FHCK. Addrena as above.
' BEFORE -AND -AFTER
Electric Appliance art tent on 30 Davi1 Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNQ OR OLD,
TIT1!0 arS suffering from Nssvons nisiLrrr,
.,' VlTV.;ITlf' 1a, NsRva Toact id
Vioob, Wastixo WsiiKiiaaa. and all thoae diseases
of a Psrsohal Nawaa remiltlns; from aBt'ias and
Otasa Causss. Spewly relief and eomplete resto
ration of Hialtb, Viooh and Manhood OusRiimaD.
The (rmndeet dlacovory of th Nineteenth Century.
Sand at onoe for Illustrated I'umphlet rrea. Address
VOLTAIC BUT CO., MAHtHALl. MUD.
K Dr. KEAN.
Ko. IT! Horra Cla tr.r Ciitwo kf.
Ubllihftal IMS), Ii still troatluf ll Pri
vtii. Krtonat Chronic ml tytwiUl dli
nluilna iMrwmtllrt bT ,f,tr
If. Ruati In th only phyilrUn Id lh
city that wrrnU cant or nn n. IM
a favorite prescription of en of tbt
most noted and soooessful speciallsta In theu.a
(now retired) for tbeoureof fferw DvWitlh
Wjt jBTsmfcs)S)st, tr rs aud JSeesfv. Jeoi
U plain swlsd en vsl ope A Dru(lau can fill ij
AddrtM PR. WARD CO.. UtOsitaa. Ma.
Dr. ! BAT E