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t; WOMAN'S SECRET. J 1
She is over-worked, poor thing!
she determined, to keep expenses
down', and do" the work herseliL
Right nobly has she done it, but at
terrible cost The sparkle that was
, Mher eve when she was a bride is
I gone. Her onco plump and rosy
cheeks are now hollow and color
less. She used to step lightly and
Sacefully, but now sne drags one
at after the. other with painful
. For the sake of the family she
does not mention her achmg back,
her acutely. painful nerves, her
rheumatic twintres. her dvsnentic
troubles, or the heavy weight she
ft feels in her, right side, that tells her
v Mill iauiu vviuuy. liiiiuvs
nobody knows alxut all -that, and
she will suffer on in quiet and un-
repining patience. Alas 1 her secret
is anopen one.for it tells itsown tale.
f . , Whisper this in her ear, she ought
Y to know it Madam, Brown's Iron liit
f ' Itrs will fual your back, calm your nerves,
kill your rheumatism, drive out your dyspep
tiOy and correct your liver. Dollar a bot
tle. Nearest druggist ia
They who work earlv ind lite the vear rnnnd
BMd, occasionally.' the healthful stimulus, tm
Mtired by a wholesome tonio Ilk , -ostetter's
btomach Bitter). To all, It purity tod efficiency
aa a remedy end preventive of (linens commend It.
It check! incipient rbea-auam4ad i malarial
symptoms, relieves crnetlpation, dyspepsia end
Diliuasneee. arrtts premature decsyor the physi
cal sner.is, mitigates ths Infirmities of age
for sale by ell dngjlsta tad dealers generally.
If IDHEY DISEASES
t acta tsVUe LITER, BOWELS aad
JUD5II8 at the tern tint.
tt alaaoese the srtrrn ef ths poison.
m that tfaTelooe In Kidnrv and Uri.
aa, BlUonen l. Jaundice. OonstlM.
ton. tQm, o ia Baramatiua, If urala-ia. Met
navwranua au remaie uompialiite.
t ... trtoup moor or rma.
I it win. mr&nz cu3
By causing ACTIO of aU the oagaas
and functions, thereby
CLEANSING the BLOOD
retnritta thaVrnn) power to throw off All aaa.
THOUSANDS OP OASIS
of the wont forma of these terrible illensssa
have been quickly relieved, and in a abort tune
r. PIR'IOTLV CURED,
run, it. uqnp oa bit, so lb it nacMisra.
Dry ean be arat by mall.
WBXU.BlQLUUM01f Co.. Burlington. TV
1 fra uap far Diary AIdum tar laM.
The experience In the treatment of Cancer wtth
Swift's Specific (S. S. 8.) would ecem to warrant ne
n savina inei u win cure uu mucn areaaea
iconree. Persona to afflicted are InTtted to cor-
bapoad with os.
I believe Swift's SDeclfic hai eared mr life.
Lad vlrtnallv loet ate of the ODDer Dirt of or bady
lad my arma from the ponononi effects of a large
br 0 rears. 8 8. H. has relieved me of all sore-
ancer on my neca, irom wuicd i nau euuerou
leas, and the poison Is being forced out of my eye-
em. l win soon oeweu. w. it itoaison,
I Two month! aeo mr attention was called to the
aa or a woman amictea wun a cancer on ner
heulder at least 5 Incbes In circumference, angry,
alnful, and nmnz tbe patient no rest day or
Ight for months. I obtiined a snpply of Swift's
cine ror ber. ne has taken 6 Dottier, ana ine
losr Is entire! r healed no. onlra rerr small acab
rmaininff, ana ner neal n is better man tor a years
t; leems to ne perfectly enred.
MIT.III9SI tl. UAMPBBLL, I'OllimDDS, Ul,
hare soen remarkable rcsnlts from nae of
's Specific on a cancer. A young man n
hat oeen afflicted five rears with the most
lory looking eatintt cancer 1 erer saw, and waa
larly dead, 1 he flrft b ttle made a wonderful
lange,aBd after dye bottle were taken, ha is
Itrly orqaite well, it is irarv wonaeriui.
at. r, wnuxLir, m. u., ugiutnorpe, ui
DKRLIPAND IN8I0K OF CHEEK KATEN
AWAT BY CAN C EH.
iiy imer naa an esung cancer ior sercrai years.
Iicn naa eaten away ois nnaer up aaa ine msiue
his cheek, down to the bottom of his gums.
got some or Dwin s ripeciae and gare him, ana
s aorea are all healed, and he Is perfectly well
enect naa oeen wonaeriui almost miraculous
Inrr one here eald It Is only a Question of time
mi nts aeatn, a- a nis cure oi
- . . z - . ...
bas created the neat-
I exottement In this part of the country. I hope
Ii will publish abont my father's cure, and tend
aome circulars to give to my friends aad the
ictea. w. a. iiATHitor.
loath Eastoi, Mass., Jan. 7, 1884.
treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
i to applicants.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
Drawer S, Atlanta, Ga
T. Office. 159 W. 13d 8L. between Sixth and
raw arennea. , ,
mihitwotsj. r mwyiBJi, aura arotjorietMnu, lotUrt tram
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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY
The Daily Bulletin.
lNEW YORK FASHIONS.
ITTLIHH DfXHEBl, HOUSEHOLD DECORATION!,
D0ME1TI0 JKWKLUT, SPBIMO MIUJNEBT,
XATEBIAL8, FBBBDABT MO TBS, II BJ. LABQ
The two thousand roses which andwich-
d.theyaoderbilt mantelpiece oa the night
of their raud ball, is evidence that these
Queens of the garden are still QuteDi reg
nant For b dinoar table they are often
now arranged singly and with large.stalks,
pains being - taken of coarse" that the one
rose shall be very beautiful, but occasional
ly a succession of handsome tulips finds
preference. Against smllax she has nothing
excey that ono is tired of it, and therefore
never favorites arise in the shape' of ivy and
Japanese fern, which adorn walls and
staircases in profushion proportioned to
the entertainer's purse. Single roses or tu
lips ljriog in lowly succession around a
dinner table, give the keynote to a fashion
able, idea namely, flatness; any many an
elegant piece of silverware has been sent
into obscurity because not flat enough.
7 Spiders and beetles now stretch their
legs unheeded as they glisten in a jeweller's
show case, since the young lady of to-day
chooses rather from collections of frying
pans, broilers, dippers, tongs, shovels and
the like. Suggestive of domestic comfort,
they nestle cunningly anywhere she msy
place them, and serve as shining and per
petual hints to admirers backward in
breathing anticipated vows. Then again,
what coo trait, more effective and unique
than that brought about by a perfumed
rose, a yellow water tress of fresh clover
kept in position by some utensil of the
kitchen, and to poetry and beefsteak thus
united the worst case of bachelordom
might succumb. The three varieties of
flowers just named are especially liked for
Colored straws are in capote shape, but
larger tbao winter styles, and flowers are
small and bunched. Clover is very fash
ionable, and therefore not only seen in nat
ural but unnatural . colors, while comma;
next we observe hawthorn, larkspur, clem
atis, pinks, violets and beartease. Poppies
will flaunt this summer, and indeed, when
one wants a scarlet flower, I know of not a
tog more effective than a poppy. But the
great novelty in millinery are tbe embroid
ered linen, batiste and canvas ribbons with
otten material to match. - Chenille is prom
inent for the flewers in these new embroid
eries, while the stems and leaves are done
in silk. At times there are mixtures of
gilt, and tne edge ot the ribbon are border
ed with the same. Other linen ribbons are
coversd with gilt or silver figures, and here
also is fabrio tor the bonnet breaght out to
Ecru lace with large meshes wrought in
silver, gilt or tinsel will be Used for spring
millinery. Mary Auderion writes, "Non
pareu veivereen, it is inaeea Desiititul in
color and texture," while Sarah Bernhardt
says of the same material, "magnificent in
tone and tissue, "New summer silks show
uresof berries, fruits or nuts; sateens
that might be mistaken for silks are oov
ered with chrysanthemums, roses and other
medium flowers, while India silks are beau
tiful in acorn, nut and holy designs. Cor
aline corsets are superseding those made
with whalebone or other substances which
all break or twist, since coraline not only
outlasts the corset but is so pliable that
grace and easy movements result. The
great success ef these corsets has brought
about imitationt in jue, tampico, etc. and
therefore to obtain the genuine, ladies
should see the name Warner Bros, on the
box. French poplins are conspicuous
among spring importations.
Mrs. Langtry in "A WifVa Peril" dress in
to-day's style; her auburn hair drawn high
in a simple coil and remaining unaltered
through five changes of costume. The
first, a dinner dress ot pale blue silk com
bined with brown and finished richly with
white lace; elbow sleeves and tram.' Sec
ond, a garden dress of salmon' and white
silk with salmon parasol. Third, evening
toilette of pale blue satin, low neck and
short sleeves ;crimson velvet applique sprays
sewed down en front breadth; trained skirt.
Fourth morning dress of green plush and
white taffeta lilk and lace.' Fifth, white
muslin made simply with round waist and
short skirt , r LuctCahteb.
"My wife suffered from rheumatism for
months. She tried a number of medicines
but received little or no benefit. She com
menced taking Athlopboros three days' ago;
and I can safely say she has already re
ceived more benefit from it than all the
medicines she bad taken befote." J. Steph
ens, Hasel Green, Grant Co., Wis. The un
iversal verdict as to Athlophoroa is that
it cures where other remedies fail. What
an amount, ef money might be saved if
sufferers would go directly for 'this recog
nized specific, i
LIST OF l LETTEB8 RBMAININO URCAILED
FOR IB THE PO8TOFFI0B AT CAtBO, ILL,
ATCBDAT, FEBRUARY 16, 1884. "
' LADIES' LIST, r
Addle Agusteam, Susan Brown, Maggie
Blanks, Emma Bass, Bell Barnes, Henah
Clark, Annie Campbell,' Annie Fox, . Sue
Gaffney, W . H Green, Ella Gray, Calley
Gilmore, Slaty Johnson, Merreyer Johnson,
Lizzie Kloyne, F M Bavenden, 1 Mollis)
Lynch i, Merlinda Howard, Emily Hoobs,
Ada' Hurd.'flarai'Msyberyi 'Rosa' McGilt,
Mayers, L Macklina, Vena Porter,
Mammie Parker, 0 F Parker, G 0 Parker
Dora Porter,' Annie Rush, Martha Swift,
Calli Thompson, Corner Terror.' Hollie
Walker, Mattie Williams.
i QEBTS LIST. . .1
L M Anderson, Zach Bloomfield,1 John
Bright, J as Brocker, Dillard Ballard, Chas
Byrd, Dick Bliss, Allen Bell, Sam Corwio,
ittnor Callaway, John Dunbar, J J
Dourghty. GeOi Pioo Bird Davenport, J
0 Freeman, Lee Frost, A Goins, Ambrose
Fisher, Jno Gumm, E Hays, Wade Hardin,
Tom Hogan,Nsro Hardin, Jas J, Hender
son, J M Hooks, C J Harrison, Geo John
son, Ino H Kilgore, J W Linly, Thomas
Sanders, Joe Larehol.O 0 Le -, Neal Mc
Clure, Lee Mabena, J M Manning, James
Martin, Jas MayOeld, Jno McKirret, Carl
McDonal, E Moffett, E D Murry, Geo M
Muller, Fred F Means, Albert Meaks, A G
More, Tony Neonan, Andy Nelson, G S
Nellie, John Shea, John A Oversley, J E
Odell 2, Sam Price' John Perkins, Glen
wood Preble, Elza Pool Jas Prom, Sins H
Rowe, Geo Rose, Caromine Rose, Dave Rol
lens, R Robeson, Jno ' Rotheris, Jas Rey
nolds, L M Siazler, Jno Shaken, Jno L
Scott Jno ; Hpurlock7 Jas Storey, Geo A
Symmes, Barney Skipwitb,: Thos Swain,
Lerone Shomer, A J Simmons, Jack Leah -one,
Jno Town, Cal Thomas, W H Tayler,
Thos Thompson, M F Thomas, Boyd Thom
as, Jack Troter, H L Williams,- Jno Will
iams, Abe Wright Frank W Warford, Ed
Weaug, Jas Watts, Olin Toungman,
Tocum & Co.
Persons calling for the above letters will
please say advertised.
Wit. M. Mubpht, Postmaster.
W. F. I.ABBDII, nrer editor of fas Bullitih
and Steamboat Duurnm art,at. rWrir far all
kinds or steamboat Job printing solicited. Office
t InMHMn On..,! ..nut.
STACES OF THE RIVER. .
The river, marked by the gauge at this
port at 6 p. ui. 49 feet 2 inches and ris
Uhattanooga, Feb. 15. River 29 feet 8
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Feb. 15. River 70 feet 2
inches and falling.
Louisville, Feb. 15. River 46 feet
6 inches and rising.
Nashville, Feb. 15-River46 feet 11 inch
es and rising.
Pittsburg, Feb. 15. River 20 feet 10 in
ches and rising.
8t Louis, Feb 15. River 13 feet 0 inch
es snd falling.
The John A. Bcudder from St. Louis ar
rived yesterday morning.- She bad a big
trip and filled out here. Left for New Or
leans last night. She had about 2,000 tone
and a good passenger trip.
The Thos. Sherlock from New Orleans
arrived here at 1 o'clock a. m. yesterday
She made the run from Memphis to Cairo
in 29 hours, which was pretty good time
considering the heavy current in the river
She had about 500 tons which she will re
ship at Evansville and turn back from there
for New Orleans. She leaves there to
morrow night. . .
'The Hudson is ou the track again and
will report here this evening for St. Louis.
The Hudson is one of the most popular
boats on the Ohio or Mississippi. , See W.
F. Lambdin, passenger agent, and get your
tickets. w '
Capt. Keeger, of Hickman, was in the
city yesterday, and a gueslof the Halliday
The Gus Fowler had a splendid trip yes
terday. She did not get off for Paducah
until (H30 last evening. She . will reDort
here on time to day connecting with the
The Thes. Sherlock will leave here next
Tuesdsy for New Orleans.' She will be the
leading steamer of the Southern Transpor
tation line for Mardi Graa at New Orleans
on the 26th inst., in order to secure good
rooms.' See Passeneer Aa-ent W. V. Lhmh.
The City of Providence from Vioksburg
passed up for St. Louis early yesterday
Yesterday was cold and clear, and the
reports from all quarters were ef the most
encouraging nature,' in regard to the big
water. The rise will not exceed 51 feet
here, and Cairo has successfully overcome
another great flood.
The Belle Memphis from St. Louis will
pass down for Vlcksburg this morning. She
will get considerable freight here. '
; Tbe Henry Tyler is undergoing repairs
at Paducah, and will be ready for business
Capt. J. A. Taylor; of this city, railroad
man and formerly river pilot, has secured
a position in the employ of William Deer
ing & Co., the largest manufacturer of
harvesting machines in the United States.
Manufactory is located in Chicago. The
captain is a hustler and will make the com
pany he has engaged with a raluablel'man.'
He leaves this week for Indianapolis.
,i Mr. Joe Burnett, watchman on the City
of Providence, was shot by a negro laborer
on tbe boat early yesterday, morning. See
particulars in local colum. ; v - i
" A distressing accident a which .five hu
man beings loose their lives while trying
to oross the back water in Calloway county i
Ey., near jpaducah.' ' Mr. Beatty with his
wife and three children, also two young
ladies, were In s boat attempting to cross
MOUNINU, FEBRUABY 16.
the rapid water, when the boat capsiied,
drowning Mrs. Beatty, three children and
one of the young ladies. Mr. Beatty ind
the remaining lady, both being good swim
mers, managed to reach the shore.
The dudeinestdude in the lend a real
live dude is in town. lie can walk and
talk, but has no action that belongs to
man. Ia our estimation of this thing, he
is to man what a poodle dog is to the
canine race a disgrace.
The Belle of Shreveport came in contact
with one of the piers of the railroad bridge
at Louisville and it is rsported she received
damages to the amount of $1,000.
60 Fits ia 24 Hours!
"I employed some of the best nhvsicUns
hers," wrote Wm. E. Tanner, of Dayton,
Ohio. "They said my child could not live
for 3 weeks. It had 50 fits ia 24 hours.
Ws cave it Sumaritan Nervina and th
medicine efiected a permanent cure." Drug
136 &138 Com'l Ave.
bare .received a fnll and complete line
ol new Foil and Winter
Cloaks, Dolmans, Kotions, Etc.
A heavy stock of Body Brussels, Taper
tries aud Ingrain
A fall stock of Oil Cloths, all sizes and prices
Cloi!iing & Bents' Fumish'g Goofis
a inn ana complete stock Is now being
closed oat at great bargstna.
All Uooda at Bottom rrioea!
"CITY GUN STORE"
Oldest in the city; established In 1862
Cum'l Ave., between ith and 10th bts.
MANUFACTURER t DEALS Ft 151 ALL KINDS
Ammnultlon of all descr p'iuns alwavs on hand at
General reptirlng in all kinds of metals. Keys
of all descriptions made to order, and satisfaction
warranted, vtive me a call, and be convinced for
vonrseii, at tne a go of tun "BIO UUN ."
Proprietor, Cairo. 111.
nEORGE H. LEACU, M.D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment of surgical diseases, and diseases of women
OKriCR On 14th street, opposite the Post
office, Cairo, 111.
J)K. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOR, ELECTRO-VAPOR ind MEDICATED
A lady In attendance.
QIC W. C. JCCKLVN,
OFFICII Eighth Street, near ComDerclal Avenue
E. W. V7HITLOCK,
Oynoa No. 1SS Commercial
Kfhttiaod Nluth Streeu
jifer H:iit Hs
For Sale bv
This porous plaster Is
absolutely tht bai ever
ads, combining ths
Tlrtnes ot bops with
mm balaains and ez-
Iraeta, IU power is wonderful In eurlng diseases where
other plasters simply relieve. Crlsk la the Back aad
Heck, Pain in the 81 le or Umbs, StUT Joints aad MnKlee.
Eidnry Trouhlos, Hheumatlsm. Menralirla. 8om crtumZ
Affections of tho Heart and Liver, and all pains or aehea
la any part cured instantly by the Uop tittr, ur Try
Mailed on raoalnt of nrica. il.m k.
fim. cenia or nn rh. mi m
alt dnwraists and eonntry stores,
Bop FUuitr Componr,
Proprietors, Boston, Mass
tForeoiuitiratton. loss ot aniwtita J
towels take Hawlr y' Stomach and Unr Pills, at eoate.1
1 "K Wit:
Notice. , , .
i!i,,iCia5I!it,P(0.,ube,eh3r 1 tn-' tha 'under.
L"?i,n.8KI,-eU,,?J,B of Gallatin, Mo., will,
?S.ih,V?nhr of H? l88 - an applies;
"J the Oo-ernor of tha State of Illinois for tha
pardon of on James Tnrner, who was convicted of
an aasanlt to morder, at the Mar term, I8T, of tha
Alexandor Countv Circnit Court.
Dated at Cairo, 111., this ftth day of Feb. A D 18M.
,. . H-NRIBTTA BDNTCR,
10d-8w on behalf of Jama Tamer.
INSURANCE. ' . . m , . '
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SSsN -JL ?g ES
I g 'Ik G g'S
No. 90 Com'l Aye.. Bet. 5th ft 6th Ste..
i. i lr a-
Just tecelTed a fall .ne of
FALL and WINTER GOODS
leb he will sell at the lowest bottom prices. It
comprises the best or bT. LOU If HAND-MADS
atod of BOSTON MANUFACTURES, LADIES'
and CUILDRBN'A HHOE8, and GBNT8' RUB-
onn ouuia ana oiiu&a.
trWt also make to order anything In oar Una
of tae beat material and workmanship.. .
30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK.
TOR SALE BY
H.Steagala& Co., Cairo, HI.
Mutual Life & Accident
AT UAIKO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, Under the
Law or 1883.
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COPYRIGHT SECURED. " ' '
Successor to Widows and Orphans Mutual Aid So
ciety, organized imy stn, 1B77, under
the laws of urn,. . '
JOHN H. RoniNSON
WM. STKAT T'N
J. A. OOLliSTINK...
C. V?. DUNNING
.... .... .I...M.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS for 1st YEAR,
Wm. Htratton, Strstton A Bird, eronera, Calm, lit.,
J. A. Goldstine, ofGoldstlne, 4 Koeenwater, whola
sale and ret nil dry good; C. W. Dunning, M. ft.i
Prat. Bd. Med Kx.. for Peosloas; AllMr Lawla,
commission merchant: J. H. Koblnson, Bounty
Judge and notary public; Wot. f. Pitcher, Mm.
broker and Insurance aeent; R. H. Balrd, city
street anparvlsor; H. Paiiltpe, carpinter aad build
er; Thomu Lewis, attorney and aecratarvt Jt.y.
Pierce, attoroev at-law, DaOnolB III 1 1c n.
eashler of CeaUnnlal Bans, Ashlav,IU. Albert
ibier or uentenniai nana, Asblev, IU.i Albert
ydsn. cashier of Georire Coaaslly Ja Co., Spring
d. Ill B. M. -nan. attoraeyt-law, )m Kan
Iph street, Chicago; Hon. Bom, a. Batcker, at
WTHni'i", u.iiuivuu. V.I II. A
cashier First National Bank, ntaart, Iowa.
toroey-at-law, uaarlestoa, Mo.t H. Lelfaton
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c) "AS wn roUA1- 1.1. -.j-
s. hs 6?&4w:h
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ILLINOIS CENTRA.L R. R
Shortest and Quickest Route
4 '" TO "
St.;Louis and Chicago.
The Only Line Kunniw
O DAILY TRAINS
Making Dibeot Conneotiok
raat.s LlATI C.IROi '
3:OOa ni. Madl,
rriviPB In 8t. Lonla S:4fi a.m.
n .1 r, 11. . r. Ji . m J f 1
vuuuecuuK at uais ana Bmngnam for Cinoiav
uau, uuanTini, luoianapuiia aua polo IS Hut,
12 25 P. m. Fast St. Loi n
rrivlng in St. loula 6:45 p. m., asd connecting
for au pomta West, .
.n 3:45 p.m. I'ast Eipreas.
For 8t. Lonla and Chicago, arriving at Bt. Lonla
10:S6o.m..arjdChiai?o7f(m m "
' 3:45 p.m. Cincinnati Kxpreaa.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Louisnlla S:U
a.m.; Indianapolis 4:06 a.m. Passengers by
this train reach tha above points la to 30
HOURS in advance ot any other rant.
OThe8:60 p. m. express has Pmruii
SLEEPING CAR Calm to ninrtnn.tl .iih.i
changes, and through sleepers to tit. ronli ani"
Fast Time East.
Passengers iiH? LJ
eausad by Sunday Intervening. The Saturday after
aoon train from Cairo arrives in new York Monday
uuiuiug iv. aa. luinj-nx uoars in aavanceof
nv omer route,
tar-Frir thrnnoh (IrVat. ..Jhrfl... I.f
apply at IUlaola Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
T o 1 xr r u . r . . .
A. H. HAN BON. Qen. Pasa. Agent. Chlcaeo
R R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
Tre.ni Depart.' Tralna Arrlw.
c. ST. L. it. o. B. r. (Jackson route).
Jtipress ... .10:80 a.m.
mcnim.. ja ms n vn
v ..r; 5 -zi"
ST. L. O. H. R. iNarrnw-cranirol
aII.H.HHMJi;WI m ,
Ex. A Mail.. ..10:30 a.m.
Rxnresa . i ia
Es. Mall... 4:10 p!s
Accom J:00 p.i
Accom 12:08 p.m.
tKxpresi.....7l0:S0p.m. tKxprfa'.....t:80 p.i
QT T. A T U 11 11
W.. ST. f.. a, i. n n
MaU Sxw...4;00.m. I ,Mil, 4 x., o.aoo.i
-c..m P.m. 'Accom .......10:80 a.r,
Freight .?:45 a.m. Frelsht 6:45 P.i
1IOBTT.1l A onto r. n.
Mall 5:56a.m. I Mall fiiion.i
Dally except Sunday, t Dallv.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
. , P. O.lfaiFO
a. n.iiurongn lOCK mail), b a. m.
" . . (war mallU- 4:80 p.m.
6 a. a.
Iron Mnnntain R R """o.ojiV. w.
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Wltiuh R P in .
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lexas m bi. L,ouis K. K ..T p. m.
9U Mnta uairo a. a ...5 p. m.
Miss River arrives Wed.! Bat! 'i Mon.
.a p. m,
r O. gap dol. ODun from..
oaparu wed., Frl. A Bnn. -
f.O. box del. oucn from 6 a. m.
um ....7:aoam to 7:30 pa
- S"waa HviuoillltlU AH
to 10 a. a.
a- 7 , wKw itvuiin ,o a. au. vu iu n,
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,; , . ABBOLOTKLT OUEXB
SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, SCROFULA, SCALD
Head, Erysipelas, Tetter, Hives, Dandruff, Barber's
Itch, Pimples, MliriRS. Carbuncles, Plant Poisoning
and Poisoned Wounds, Rlugworm, Sunburn, and
all diseases of tbe Hltln.
For Plies, Wounds. Cuts, tloers or Bores, no
remedy Is so prompt In soothing and healing as
FapllloaSkluCure. It does not smart or burn.
Diratkmi in In language accompany every fotti4.
niiov,iAKKH,Ai;un or CHRONIC GOLD
in ths Head, Ross Cold, Bronchial Catarrh and
. MAY FEVEB.
' Cleanses ths nostrils, permits natural breatfalur,
and prevents Inorustatlons. snullies and sneezlngr
I It Is a speilrlc cure for Gold in tha Head whfca
If caused by sudden changes in the atmosphere.
JXnctioiu in Im languaga accompany amy bottU.
' PAPIUUON MFC. CO., CHICAGO.
TOB SALB BT ALL DBDQOI8TS.
For Sale by
-RAUL O. SCHUH,
Snecial 1 Agts. In this citv.
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A Practical Telephone for Social and
Business rurposes, Cneqnaled for
Private and Public Lines.
Sold Outright for SS.OO. No Ex,
: i urouani itent.
They are In every wu far superior to tha man
Amateur Mechanical tmohonee now belnssold
throughout the cuantrv They are tha onlv Mla
p hones having an Autom.tla Line Wire Tlnhtner
and thev are the onlv Telenhnnaa ih. r
tecteel by an wnwoor Llvhtnlng Arrester. 'An
sounds are delivered In clear and natural tone..
They am tne neatest, most durable and reqalra lass
attention aid repair! i than any other Talapnoi.
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PROPRIETOR OF SPROArB PATENT
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. - - - wm.v us -was
I C36 BY THX GAR LOAD OR TON.WIIX
, PACKED FOR SHIPPING
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor.Twelftli Street and Lerev
GAIRO, ILLIMOUk 7