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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 26, 1884.
The Daily Mletin,
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MIT AXP 1ITJMOR.
We believe it was a Boston girl who
remarked that the remains wero "boau
tifully upholstered." .
A Boston girl iell in love with a gray
haired old man, and some of her ac
quaintances were mean enough to say
that she has got the antique, craze.
A patent has been granted in Wash
ington for a "hon's nest." The only
wonder is that somebody has not got a
patent on tho hen. Philadelphia Call.
A Burlington boy sent for a fifty cent
watch, and received a sun- dial. Uo
has named it "Faith," because faith
without works is dead.
A Vermont man has lost a gooso
that was said to bo 100 years old. It
has probably gono to join tho Michi
ganders. Mrs. Murphy: "Och, it's awful, ther
paypul what's buried aloive! If I bo
living whin I'm dead, Pat, don't bo af
- ther Durying me aloive!"
Taste in dress holds supremacy evon
in the far west A Miles City editor's
wife wears red to match her husband's
"Killod at a Spelling Boo," is tho
heading of a sensational item going the
rounds. People will persist in wrest
ling with words that are too hard for
"I know the man who pokes fun at
my visual infirmities," said the man in
spectacles. "He's a chap that goos
about with an ear-trumpet and a 'What
d'ye say.' "
A New York man has asked for a di
vorce because a mustacho is sprouting'
on his wifo's lip. As a rulo, it makes
a man mad to have any mustacho on
his wife's lip but his own.
Tho game in Wall street: "Simon
says up; Simon says down; Simon says
wiggle-wagglo." His name isn't Simon,
though, and he usually says "Down."
"Civilization, on her luminous wings
soars in tho direction of Reno, Nov.,
says the Sacramento Bee. "Tho squaws
in that vicinity have taken to using
Mrs. Brown "And so your husband
lost his leg. Isn't it awful?" Wifo
"You may well say it And it was only
last week that he bought a new pair of
boots a pair, Mr3. Brown."
A Boston letter-writer says that tho
publishers of tho Youth' 'r Companion
paid Tennyson $1,000 for his "new
poem.." Softening of tho brain all
around. Texas Siftings.
Tho word "obey" his been stricken
from tho marriage service by Canada
Methodists. This is right The women
won't obey, and there is no use encour
aging them to commit perjury.
The Koran says, "God is with tho
patient" After tho doctor is called in,
however, it often happens that tho pa
tient is with his God. Boston Tran
script. A Philadelphia man stopped using
gas and bought lamps instead. Tho
very first night a lamp was upset by
the cat and the house burned down.
Moral Don't keep cats.
Daughter Are all men brutes, mam
ma? Mamma No, my dear; but some
are. Daughter Which ones are tho
brutes, mamma? Mainraa Tho mar
ried ones, my dear.
A Utah paper uses tho words "mel
low drama" four times in reviewing a
theatrical performance given in its
town, lhc critic evidently toos a
mellow dram or two beforo ho wroto
"Do birds think?" asks a writer in
opening a current article. If they do
we would like to know what a canary
thinks of the fat woman who stands up
in a chair and "talks baby" through
the brass wires of its cago.
Tho wedding service has been so ar
ranged that the bride responds to tho
usual questions after tho grrooni has re
sponded. So we see even in tho outsot
of married lifo woman is bound to havo
the last word.
Many a man who would roll up his
eyes in terror at tho idea of stealing a '
threepenny-piece, will swoop down on
a silk umbrella, worth 10s., and march
off with his lips moving peacefully, as
if in prayer.
"Yes," said Fendcrson, "Miss Forto
plays beautifully. I don't know any
thing about music myself, but I know
she's a splendid player, bocauso all tho
other players say her music is just hor-
The announcement is rnado that fivo
now and swift, steamships aro to bo
added to the transatlantic lines. Every
thing seeing to be working for tho good
of American bank cashiers, feelingly
observes tho Louisville Cwmcr-Jwrmt
The girl blushed like an min
Bet as the old gentleman entered tho
parlor and turned up the gas. But she
allowed it was only tho result of coBmic
dust, while her fellow wore a comic air
A colored minister of Kentucky, in
defending clergymen azainst whom
sweeping charges had been made, said:
Now, every man you soe riding fast
In a? boggy don't own it So every
man In a pulpit is not a truo preacher
1 Ch-lnt 'i
'James, my son, take this letter to
tho p&stofllco and pay tho postage for
It" Tho boy James returnod highly
elated and said: "Father, I seod a lot
ft men putting lotters in a little place,
and when no ono was lc y.'iing I slipped
yours in for nothing."
Wilmott wroto: "Every year carries
away something belovod and precious
into a soft and visionary twilight"
This is very true; every year about this
time we look for our rubber boots, and
find thoy are gono given to sonio
tramp. Lowell Citizen.
Recently, when a handsomo young
woman went to a shop to get ono of
those wooden contrivances that are
nsod for mashing potatoes, and said:
"I want a masher, every man in tho
shop, from tho cashier to tho mauagor,
started to wait on her.
In Armonia children are sometimes
bctrothod whilo yet in the cradlo. Tho
matrimonial engagement is not quite
so headlong in this country; but now
and then a young couple here aro mar
ried who ought to be still in their cra
dlesthough very few infanta are
"still" in their cradles.
Two city girls drovo an old family
horse out to a farmor's one day lately,
and this is the story they told of the
old nag on thoir roturn: "We would
have had a real nice drive if sho hadn't
stopped to eat grass, and then when
wo tried to get him to go ahead oh,
how vicious it acted!"
A lover, voung and enthusiastic, who
sang and played for nearly two hours
before tho house of his lady-lovo tho
other evening, was electrified that is,
shocked after a short pause by a cor
dial "Thank you," gracefully pro
nounced by tho "other fellow," who
appeared at tho drawing-room window.
"I mot X on tho avenue with his
bride. Thoy havo just returnod from
their wedding tour." "Where aro they
going to live?" "I don't know. He
told me ho had been house hunting
since yesterday morning, and intended
to tako a flat." "Ah, indood. Ho has
decided to follow his wifo's example."
At a fashionable reception in Wash
ington tho hostess, noticing a suspicious-looking
character among the
guests, directed her son's attention to
him, saying: "I thought I had taken
caro to myito no western congress
men." "He isn't a western congress
man, mother," explained tho young
man; "I saw him have hia boots black
ed just before ho came in."
A gentleman, who was closely wrap
ped in a fur coat, surmounted by a cap
to match, took a seat in a railroad car
by tho side of a lady. He made sever
al attempts to draw her into conversa
tion without avail. At last ho exclaim
ed: "Madam, way aro you so ungra
cious? Do you tako mo for a wolf in
sheep's clothing?" "No; qulto tho re
verse," answered tho lady. 2"ea;as Sift
ings. What Siemens Did.
In a paper giving an account of the
British association of 1882, of which
Dr. Siemens was president, Prof. Emil
du Bois-Rcymond referred, with some
expressions of admiration, to the many
ways in which tho namo of Siemens is
identified with tho most important of
tho recent advances in technical scionco.
What Krupp is among German indus
trials in warlike arts, ho said, the col
lective namo of Siemens is in tho arts
of peaco. Siemons telegraph wires gird
tho earth, and tho Siemens cabie
steamor Faraday is continually en
gaged in laying new ones. By tho
Siemons method has been solved the
problem, by tho sido of which that of
finding a needle in a haystack is one of
childish simplicity, of fishing out in tho
stormy ocean, from a depth comparable
to that of tho valo of Chamouni, tho
ends of a broken cable. Electrical re
sistance is measured by the Siemens
mercurv unit "Siomcns" is written
on water-meters, and Russian and Ger
man revenue officers are assisted by
Siemens apparatus in levying their as
sessments. Tho Siemens processes for
gilding and silvering, and tho Siemens
anastatic printing mark stages in tho
development of those branches of in
dustry. Siemens differential regula
tors control tho action of tho steam en
gines that forgo Ei glish arms at Wool
wich, and that of tho chronographs on
which tho transit of the stars is marked
at Greenwich. Tho Siemens cast-steel
works and glass-houses, with thoir re
generative furnaces, aro admired by
all artisans. The Siemons electric
light shines in assembly-rooms and
public places, and tho Sioniens gas
light competes with it; while the Sie
mens eloctroculturo in greonhouses
bids deiianco to our long winter
nights. Tho Siemens electric railway
s destined to rule in cities and tunnels.
Tho Siemens electric crucible, molting
three pounds of platinum in twenty
minutes, was a wonder of tho Park ex
position, which might well havo boon
called an exposition of Siemens appa
ratus and productions, so prominent
were they there. Popular Science
The Fashions in China.
The' habit of imitating even scrviloly
the fashion set by thoso in high places,
although responsible for many absurdi
ties, is not, says tho Pall Mall Gazette,
altogether witliout its compensations.
It was no doubt unfortunate that when
tho Empress Eucnio cut her hair
across her forehead from sorrow of tho
heart tho women of five continents
should imitate her, until tho "bang"
bocamo universal, but it would bo well
for tho Chinese women if they would
bo more ready to follow an imperial
example Tho cruel custom of foot
binding, for instance, to which female
children aro submitted directly after
they are born, is strictly forbidden in
the imperial palace, but tho habit still
prevails among tho people. To sup
press tho unnatural practice, the Church
Missionary Socioty havo decided to ex
clude all girls from Christian instruc
tion unless tho parents consent to un
bind their feet How fur it is in ac
cordance with tho principles of tho
Christian roligion to refuao to toach
Christianity to thoso who rcfuso to
auanuon tho lasiuons ot tneir ancestors
need not hero be considered, but on
this principlo what punishniont ought
to bo inflicted on women of civilized
countries who voluntarily undergo an
other and almost na liiilnfnl kind of
fool-binding without oven tho excuse of
having received it as a horitago from
uno Hundred thoimnn.i ,iiiara Vim
been expended in tho effort to recover
uw uuuy oi a. i, oiewart
What They Iost In the War.
During tho recent raid on the pen
sion thieves at Washington some start
ling grounds for the issue of pensions
were developed. Men who lost a log
in a contest with a reaping machine
were found in receipt of good fat sums
onco a month. But perhaps the most
remarkable claim of the lot was that of
one gentleman, who, on being investi
gated, asserted that he drew a pension
for what he had actually lost in tho
"But what did you lose?" demanded
tho examiner. "You soem to have all
your mombers and faculties?"
"Well," replied tho claimant, driven
to the wall, "I lost my Jiead at Shilou
and left for home!"
Another should havo been placod on
tho list for tho rest of his life at tho
highest amount allowed by law.
"What is your claim?" asked tho ex
aminer. "What did you loso?"
"I lost 350 at poker the night before
the battle of Fair Oaks."
Monday Etenino, Feb, 25, 1884.
The all-abiorbing topic along the Ohio,
the flood, has got to ba an old story with
ub. The river came to a stand ' ysUrdy
and ia now falling elawly without reaching
the top of oar levee, falling short of aven
1883, and not caning a sleepless night for
the most timid of our citizens, who reit se
cure surrounded by an embankment that
has effectually withstood three successive
severe tests and will withstand all that
Tho market continues quiet, aa might be
expected under the circumstance!.
FLOUR Very little doing. Stocks are
light but are up to tho demand. Holders
are firm at the advance, but buyers hold off
DAY The demand is good for choice in
small balei. Prices are a little weaker.
Common ia not wanted.'
CORN 8teady and unchanged. There
ia a good itock in the elevator and moder
ate demand for choice milling.1 1
OATS Market firm and stocks light.
MEAL Steady and unchanged.
BRAN None in market. Prices are
firm at 85c.
BUTTER Unchanged. Plenty of com
mon offering for which there it no demand.
Choice finds good sale.
EGGS Weaker. 10 cts. is the outside
figure to-day. Receipts are liberal.
POULTRY Choice hens are in active
request and icarce. Scrap chickens are
bard to sell. "
APPLES Firm and unchanged.
POTATOES Plenty and easy.
Sales and Quotations.
NOTE. The ptlcei bere given are for aalee from
Bret nana in round lota. An advance la
charged for broken lotain niltngordor.
200 bbla various grades
B M&5 50
A d0 00
s coa ao
Fancy M..MM. . ......
1 carellt edeo email bale....
4 cara gilt edge, email bale...
1 car prime
S cars choice white Mlsaonrl In bulk...
a cara white in tacka .....
1 car mixed In bulk
1 car tn tacka del
4 cara choice In bulk ......
5 cars choice heavy in balk...
1 cars choice " "
No. S Red, per bn... S9&9S
No. S Medlieranean m 1 00
SOObbli Citron orders 8 6018 63
In sacks .... 95
600 pounds choice Northern packed 24
300 pounds choice Northern roll 18ftB0
400 ponnda Southern Ills roll JScH6
800 ponnda creamery 28Q30
600 dozen . IS
500 dozen, fresh .. 16
Large choice.. 10 60
Small... .. . 9 00
5 coops choice hens 4 0034 M
a coops hens .....,... T54 60
Per bbl choice Ben Davit . 4 S3
" ' Rome Beanty.. ........... 4 t5
Small varieties 9 00
Choice WInesaps .....i BOfflS 51
Qenatons .. n. a 60
Cholcered , 1 00
Choice yellow 3 26
Potatoes per bmh Peach Blow 4"Q50
Potatoes per bush Early Rose.. 40
Potatoes per bbl ..1 f33 00
According to slze...MM..M g 'OQW 04
Fine unwashed It
Half do Mw 9
uncaeta . io
Pl&lfl hlllOtMWIWItllMIIIIIUNIHNMIIMMii BOB0
Ba Ot Hit Hi I iMMIttNNMXIitHMMStSIHMMi 1
Clear side M... ,..,,,( ...... M . '
Ilairs , aoiie
Bide ... ane
enouiaors n.m bobs
Ht. Johnt at IB
Ohio River . , 1 06
8V& bushel bnrlans
e bntbti ; ujj
Peaehas.halveaand qnarlera 5ft5
Applet, bright t
Choice navy ooni 26
Choice, "Factory 10
Cream ............ ........ .... ....,., 1 5
in to 65
10 to 45
10 to 6'
Bearrr per pouud..
6il to 8 50
Otter - 75 to 6 1 0
Opossum 8 to 15
Bear,,,.... 1 00 to 9 00
Calf, Green U
Dry Flint cuoice in
Drv Salt "
Green Salt 6
Plum Green 8
Sheep Pelts, dry imft.50
Sheen Pelts, erreon ivv;s
Damaged nidea M of
4 fjlKcfc s n
.... 4 7544 5
1 5ft 7 !l
.... 7 at B ' r
JIOUIUIII A.CB1 . . .. .
RAT US OF PRKHM1T.
Hay Flour Pork
flcwt. l)bl. fbbl.
80 25 50
is. vur:uans,.... ih
n.iML Ark IVZ
Y. 8 51)
xrl I l.m t)V AO.. A K fi" ly
Vlckaburg, tremens House 2 per cwt. hiuncr
111 nthftp wit nnlnta hHlaw Memnhli InNcH Or
leans, same ratea aa to K iuestos.
Bard to Believe.
It is hard to believe that a man was
cured of a Kidney disease after his body
was swollen as big at a barrel and he had
been given np as incurable and lav at
death's door. Yet such a cure was accom
plished by Kidney-Wort in the person of
M. M. Devereaux of Ionia, Mich., who say a:
"Alter thirteen of the best doctors in De
troit had given me np, I was cured I y
Kidney-Wortr I want every one to know
what a boon it is.
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and ;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 Childreu 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 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
nurses and physicians in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Woman's True Friend.
A friend in need is a friend indeed. This
none can deny, especially when assistance
is rendered whun one is sorely afflicted
with disease, more particularly those com
plaints and weakness so common to our
female population. Every woman should
know that Electric Bitters are woman's true
friend, and will positively restore her to
health, even when all other remedies fail.
A single tnal always proves our assertion.
They are pleasant to the taste, and only cost
fifty cents a bottle, sold by Barclay Bros.(2)
Emory's Little Cathartic Pills are suffi
ciently powerful for the most robust, yet
the safest for children and weak constitu
tions. 15 cents. (7)
Sprains, lameness, pains and stitches,
weak back or disease of the spine will be
immediately relieved on application of a
uop Plaster over the affected part. It's
penetrative power is wonderful. Warrant
ed to be the beat made.
"Quantity and Quality. In the Dia
mond Dyes more coloring is given than in
any known dyes, and they give faster and
more brilliant colors. 10c. at all druggistf.
Wells, Richardson & Co., Burlington, Vt.
Sample Card, 32 colors, and book of direc
tions for 2c. stamp.
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 yonng, afflict
ed with nervous debility, lost vitality, and
many other diseases.
See advertisement in this paper. 1
ARKANSAS AND TEXAS.
A Inner the line of the St. Lnuift. Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International and
(imt Nnrthnrn Railroad, are thouaandn of
acres of the choicest farming and grazing
lands in tne worm, ranging in price irom
$2.00 to $300 and $4.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for Balubnty ana comfort. Bena your au
drpafl tn thn urulerHipned for a conv of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkancas and Texas,
la 1882, and make up your mind to go and
see for yourself when you leara that the crop
for 1883 is GO per cent larger than that of
1883. To those purchasing land owned by
r. I : C V.
tne vOmpnny, nun paying nue-iimrin, uuo-
half, or all cash, a ' proportionate rebate is
allowed formoneypaid for tickets or freight
over the Companies lines,
j II. C. Towkbend, Oen'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
Henry's Carbolic Salve.
The best salve used in the world for Cute, Rrulecs,
Piles, 8orcs, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Coma, and all kinds of Hkin
Krupilonf. Freckles and Pimples. The salve la
aaaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in every
case. Be tore you get HENRY'S CARBOLIC
HALVE, aa all otbera are but imitations and
counterfeits. Price 84 cents.
Dr. Green's Oxygenated Bitters
la the oldest and best remedy for Dyspepsia,
Biliousness, Malaria. Indication, all dlaurdera of
the stomach and diseases indicating an Im. nru
conuitloB of the Blood. Kidneys and Liver.
DTJRNO'B CATARRn BNUFP cures Catarrh
and all affections of the mucous membrane,
Denton's Balaam cures Colds, Coughs, Rheuma
tism, Kidney Troubles, etc. Can be need exter
nally as a piaster.
BD3E7 aa WEfil Q
617 St. Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A. rp;iilir (JradtiDH of twa mnlic'tl
Collum's lias lufii Iwil'it eng.'iijfil In tlie Iruat
ment of f'hronin, Norvoim, Mini mi l
llloofl l)lsi'.ics ttiiitt unv otln r iihrbli'hiii in
St. Louis, as clly p.iKn bliow inxl all old ri"l.
(Ii'hln know. ('(:isii'titU'H .1 ftilircnr kf mull,
flee ami invited. A friciid'y tuik nr Ills iln I . ,11
Cists not tl I ii K- Win n It i jfiK'imvi'iili'iit to visit
tlie city -or treutiui'iit, iiii IIi'1ii,-h rim hi-Bent
by mull or express i vivvm Ih iv. ('iirnole i n i s
fmbraiiU't'd: wIhto ilu'ibl i xi-ti It is frankly
stated. Cull or Write.
Nnrrous Pro9tratioa, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakncr.3, Moroiiriul and other
affections of Tbroat, Skinjind x.onps, Blood
Iropuritiss and Blood PoisoninSkin Atric
tions, Old Soros ard U'.jera, Impediments til
Marriggo, EhnumatiFm, V.hs. Special
attention to cwa from over-worked braia,
SURGICAL CASEff recoil 8 special attention.
Diseases arising from Iir,r.ru knees. Excesses.
Indulgences or Exposur e.
It Is self-evident Ihiit n hy -lelun JKivIn?
particular alKntioii to a 'U ii Vn-i nttaihs
Kreiit skill, ami ilivfrit-iint In r !i;hir jinn-tH
ull over the country kine-vlm; 11, Is. rei;u.-r
recommend cases tn I lie iddi -U.:lii:e In Ann"
wher every known u lianre Is resort
anil the proved (rood renu-ili"i'
aires and countries nru used. A win li
used for ollice iiurimsi s, mid all uretr
kill in u rvs.",'Uii! in. u, in i ; hi, 'I k
what to do. noi'ierlineiits un-inn le.
count of the uvea! riiimi : t .
clturifes lire kent low. often !i.,u i- t
demanded by others If you i-. i-i iv ;!i
and iret a pee'!y mid .crf" t lit- i'nv. 1
till! 1 in I' i I ui 1 1 inatti r. l'.m. M.t, Mi j
Scut In auy 'idclrcss free.
?wk ! KARRIAGE CHIDE. I ?t
Elegant cloth ami nit t.h:ili,r. Fca'cd for 50
cents In posture or cnrrnu-y. nvi r iiity won
terful lien pictures, true to lire artli Io' on tlio
following subject . Minimal marry. ho not;,
why lrniner aire to ni.irrv. Who marry first.
Jlanbrsid, M oiijsi liood. I In lcul di cay. W he,
should inar.y. How i fe a i , . i li ii i i 1 in--- may txj
increiscd. Those runrrliil it r.i.tvmtltliix
marrvlni! should rend It. It om lit to be read
by afl aJtilt iiersons, tl.cn k-.t umiei -lock hihI
key. Popular diiio.n t.nne : s ul.oi e. I.ut a r
eover and i'Aipme 0 cent, to ' uiuil. In uionuy
85 S. Clark St Opp. Court House, CHICAGO.
A reffnlarirmdnato. Sir-Tho Olde.t SncclulUt
in the United Mutes, wliooo l.ii-1 l.o.so i. U'i.uiK.vt'K,
perfect inuihiui ami pure un-tlu-ine iiisuru m-kkiiV
and fkkmakkst CI KM of all Private. I hrnnio and
Nervoua lliseases. A If ct ions of the JCIr.otl, M;ln,
ni,mcR, jij(iurr, t.rn i ion, I iccra. Mm
Norc, cllllHf of lite lit:
'J'brout Hone I'uliis. pet
II II n.
........ m . . - - , i .... . i . wi. viuei miu
er&uicaud iruin the system fur life.
MCDVAIIC J''""!'. Tmpoti-ni'ii.Srminal
fi Ball 1 VW4 lMHsfH,S'jttitl ! i,iy, Mn(al
and Tiajsital Wrahnr, fulling JSIi movi,
H'eale J.'i'S tiluntvd lcivlo)mntt, Imprrii
inmts to Mtirriaye, dr., from execmrt or any
cnunr, ipceilih, tnfrly and jtrimtily Cured.
Yoiinu, Mildli'-.V(tcil and Old men, and all
who need medical klll and cr iierlcncc, cinult
Dr. Hat oat onco. 11 is opinion com notbinir. and may
save future misery and bbautH. 'hell tncinvenicut
to visit tho city fur treatment, in' ilu'ines can b sent
everywhere by mail or etpress Ci ee Irom oliaers
vat ion. tflt is self-evident liiai a liiciaa bo
gives im leilo attention lo a cla- of difases nt
tutus ureal skill, and pliysicianstiiroutlioiit tbe
country, knowmir tins, I're'iiient'vreccmineiid ditlirult
eases til tho Oldest Si.coliillst, by woin every
knemn biwiI rcmeilv is u-ed. J-lir. Ilato's
Alee and Experience mats bis e;. ni-n of su
preme liniMirtmtcr. l y-'lho-o ulio cn 11 too no
one but tho lloctor. l onTOluiiionsfreennilsiirredly
confident litl. Cased whini havo failed in obtaining
relief elsewhere, ei'iccmlly eolieite-t leinslu lliv
eases trostcd. Call er write. Hours, from II to 4
to Kundays. IO to lit, iiviun lo UkaLIU
SENT FnrE. Addrcns as abovo.
Whoso debility, pxhnnsled
powers, preinati.ro decay
and faiiuro to pcrtorrn lll'c'a
(lutlea properly aro eatiscd by
e.icesspB, errors of youth, etc.,
will lina a perfect and In.-t trice
restoration to rolmst heiilih
and vliforons inanlivoi! in
, IHtMAPbTUN BOLUS.
ieitlier suinineli dnii.-irinir nor
instruments. 'I In treatment of
ervnui llihllltv n,w1
l"h VHltill I l)afll V iHlinirfirmltf
aneeemful becanse based on pcrb"ct diaKtinhis,
Dew and direct method and ab-olnte thor.
ouahneaa. lull inlorrnation and Treatiw tree.
Address Consult inn l'hysicinn of
MARST0N REMEDYC0..4CW.14thSt, KewYork.
An unfailing and Bpecdy cure fur
Kervumx VtbUily and IKeaA-nrM,
Lou of Vitality and Viffor, or any
evil resnltof indmcretion, excess,
overwosk, et., (over forty tkou
aand positive cures.) & ud
lGc. for postago on trial box of
100 pills. Address,
Dr. M . W. HACON, onr.aark fit
and Calhoua flace, Cuicago, Iu
Electric Appliances are tent on 30 Days' Trill.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLD,
'llfHO are sorTcrlng from Nsrvocs DtnrLtrT,
Lost Vitality, Lack o Kbhvb Fobi t asd
vioor, Wastino Wkaknessks. and all those diseases
of a 1'khsonal Natcr resulting from Ant SKS and
(itiibr Causes. Bpeisty mlief and complete resto
ration of li kalth, V won and Manhood IU'a rantkeo.
The KrandeHt discovery of tho Nineteenth Century.
Send at unce fur Illustrated Pamphlet free. Address
VOLTAIC BEIT CO., MARSHALL, MICH.
WEAK, UNDEVELOPED' PARTS
OK THK HUMAN HUDV i:M,AK(;i:i, DKVi l
PTKO, KTRHNOTIIKNKIt," F.te.. isan interesting
advertiscineiit lonnrun inoin p.-ni.'r. Inrepiy tuiii
qiiines wa will say ttiat ttiero is no evidence ot biiiiH
bug about, tli is, tin Hie contrary, tho advertisers urn
very iiiuhly indorsed. Inleresteil persons may yet
aealed cin-iilarM civinifitll pari u uliirs liy n'tili e -im;
EUIK Mt;ill'At, Co., HntTaloj N. V. To'e'e .V.11, ,.7 1.
an InfalHblt rvre lot I'ile..
Price at drtif-p;iHtB, or
sent prepaid by mull. Miinnlc -fret.
A J. " A N A K F.S 1 S
from Yonthfm Imprudence, causing Ik
Korvona Debility, Mental and l'hysi
eal Weakness. Valuable Information S
I fnrhomeenrorVee. Usnd2avearasiie- E Yl
' cosftillj.Ur.A.U.01lo,lluAiHAiJhioo V
A favor I to nrcacrlDtlnn nf nna nf th
bloat noted and successful specialists in the 17. d.
(now rtlrcdi for thecuroof Xrrvonm Urhilittf.
WjOHt Manhood, ll'ealtneaa and iiecay. Kent
b plain sealed uu veluperee. lirugglstB tau All it
Addrass DR. WARD & CO., Louisiana. Ma.
ay i ur. ivcniii
ho. 17s hotrrii Clask ht,, 1iIcao thj
tauiiBiinu iiwbi, inn iriistuiff all rrl
vsts, Karruua, Utiruuio anil NpcUl ilia
aaes,apnnAtortiia, tmpounry (suxnal (
V 'anlt.tlon mrHin.lly, or liy letter frw.
Dr. Kan is the only pllrilelan In till
Baca UlBStrtUd Imk, em l.oeo iinicrliiUoai, 1 k aiaU. -
LLINOIS CENTRAL R. R
Shorteht ami Quickest Roate
St. Louis juhI Cl'.jcago.
TIhj Only Liino Hunnint?
O DAILY TRAISd
Making Direct CoknixtioaN
. 1'AINS Lsavi t'Mioi:
J:()5:a iij. Mail,
Arriving in St. Lotus H V, a.m. ; Chicago, (:: y.m. !
Conut'CiiDK at (blin stid Kffn.-ham for f'lr.clp.
nail. Umiavillt.', lri(iit.imn,is atp; poiuts East.
IL'::jl5 p. in. Kuut St. T.oula and
n cHtu n 1 sprout.
Arrlvinc In it I oa!s i:V p. m., and connection
for uli points '.'c t.
M:45 p in. FaBt Kxprcta.
For St. I.o-ili nti ( Ir -u Rrrlylnij at St. L-uis
10:-J3 p. m., and Ch en.' : () a. m.
'.i v.m t.'iacianBtl I-ixprcas,
Atrlvii,! nt Cm ctrmli 7 Ml a. m. ; Louisvillo 6 :55
a. ia ; I i:il:uu i ;( i- 4 a ra. l"as-iiLcrs by
this tta i rtiicn ti e al to points 1 Ui to :jtj
lJ(JL'l ii aliantc of any other rouli.
ii,'Ttie If,) n. m. ea'.rcs- has PUt.l.MAN
KlJi.Kl'.xG (JAIt from Cairo to i inclnnatl, witli
out chiines, and th'uiih aluupura to Ht. Louis
sua t uiint'o.
J-'.'ts--t Time I'Axt-i.
i'l'Si-M-IMrpi s h- ''i'11"' VO thrnunh to Kat.
i ii.i 'ti.i in eru po'uts v-itlmiit any delay
mc.-i d by Sunday interienlntr. The SaturdHy after
jonti train from i tiirn arrives in tew York Monday
uornlitrfat l":,i... Thirty-su hours In advanceot
u-' oilier route.
HT'Kbr tlironrh tlelct h.-;d further inforinailim
il l H at Illinois CVlitial I'.nllrna.i Depot, t'ai.-o.
J H. JOKS, Ticaet Asietit.
A. II. HANSON. fcn. Pass. Acout. t.nir.ago
TIME CARD XT CAIRO.
n. it. (Jackson route).
ni. ItMali .....4:lp.m.
,m. Kvprcss ....10::ia.ni.
tn. I Express . ....IM'ia.m
m. t x. Mall. .4:10p ro.
.m. Acrotu 2:bU p.m.
A 1. M. It. 11.
f. ST. I.
Expres . ..
Expr f s
Kx & .Vail .
& N. O.
... '.VI p
& C. It.
.... 3:U a
.m? tKxprcss 20 p.m.
.. 4:ii p
7 :4i a
I.. & I". K. U.
Mail 4 Et
m. I 'Mall A Ex.. 9 itOp.m.
.m. I Accu-'i Hi: ii a.m.
m. Freight ii 4i p.m.
i: (into it. u.
..r,:rk'ia.m. Mail 9:10 p.m.
i;pt MiP' tty. t DiiMv.
Mi I! IV A L A"D DKPAI1TUUE
Arr at I
I. C. Ii. H.(iLroii'.'U lorfe mail). S a. m.
I lu PC
i p. m.
" (way ii mil)
" (h'lnthcrn Dlv
Iron Jlotintain It. li
Wal.Hi-h li. K
Texas & St. Louis It. !(...,
t. Lou; &C.,lru It. II....
...4 -W p.m.
...! p. m.
... 1 1 ' p.m.
...7 p. m.
...fi p. nt.
v p. m
ii p. in.
9 SO am
4 p. in.
.J p. m
M sf liver arrives W cd . fat. i Midi.
" departs Wed., Frl. A rnn.
P O. ccp del. op n from 7 :W ani to7:'l') pm
P.O. Inn Cel. o p Irom 6a.m. to V p m.
Hundays ucr.. del. open from... .8 a. m. to In a.m.
Siinilais hox del. open from ti a. m to 10:30 am,
M5rNin K Chanu- a will hu punllnU.d from
time to time In c'ty papers. I hnnuo ' onr cards ac
cordiiicly. VV.M . Jj. M 1 It I'll Y. P. M
t'KHl UL DIUKCTOKY.
City O .lifers.
i" synr Thomas V. Hal ,'ay.
!'. tircr Ci a-Ks F. Neiils.
1 rk 1'ipi is. J, roiey.
;o'.ir.si-lnr--W m. H. (Ml'ierl.
Hr.rfl,a!-L. II. Meyers,
vi. rto- W"!iliapi'ilKt''lrlcVs.
Police Munlntrste A. Coming".
.'loAiiu or ALDSCMA.1
lf.i VVsrl-Wm.McIla'e, ilsrry Walker
Hetord Wurd-Jesse I'.liikle, C . N. Hut'LeS.
' h!rr! Ward B. V. Illakc, F.g ert .Smith,
'"otirth W&rrl Charles 0. Fatter, Adoiph Swo
r";lth Ward Ci as. I,arcas:er. Henry Stout.
J'rcnii .IiniiiD II. Ilaki r.
(.'lrditit Clerk A. II. Irvin.
t'ontity .T ii tl at a 3. II. hoblnson.
County Clerk H.J. Ilnmm.
t'onnty Attorney Angus Leek.
County Treasurer Mites W. I'erkcr,
SlictllV John Hodges.
Coroner R. FitrjjBrala
CoiiniyComtnlssloiKirs T. W. Hallltl ly, J. H
Mnlrahi'V and I'cter ano
CAlliO BAPTIST. Corfior Tenth and Popla
streets: pruachlnir every Sunday mo nlnean'l
nii:lit at usual hotirH. Prayer n.cutlnn Wednes
day nlnlit; bunday school. h::'.o a.m.
Kev. j xv. i. H.UE..N, rastor.
fllThCH OF TUB HKl)KKMER-(Hp!scop(i!
yj Fcurtecmh street : Sunday 7:Wia ni lioly
Con,munlnn 10:W a. m.. Vtorcitp Prayers II a. in.
Hunday school 3 p. m., hveninu Prayers li'i'ip.in
F. P. uavenporl, 8. T. B. Keclor.
i. II.-ST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHUTtCH.
' Preai lifi.p at I0:1VI a. n.., S p. ra., and 7:30 p. in.
Hl.halli school nt 7:20 p. in Key. T. J. Shores,
I CTMCK.W Thirteenth street; serTkes tiaV
i - halli 1 ::io a. ui. ; Suioiay school 2 p. m. Hev.
;.M.ppe, pam jr.
it ETIICIUST-Cor. Eighth and Walnut streets,
v l'lcuchin-i- Saphnth ll:Hia. m. and 7 :i0 p. m.
enday tichtn.l at .i'M p. m. Ucv. J. A. Scarrott,
p .s or.
I jKKr-'HVTLHIAN -Kiyhth street; preacnlnu on
1 Suhlmtli at 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. j prayer
neetliu" Wediiecrtay at 7:80 p. m.; Sunday School
I 3 p. pi. Kev B. Y. Ooore, pastor.
T. JOSEPH S -i Horn an Catholic) Corner Cross
-od Walnut streets; M i ss every Hunilav aH
and lfl a. tn. : Snndnv scbo il at 2 p. m., and Vesv-
ersntSp. m, JVli-8 every morning at 8 a, m. Key.
u. Sweeney, pastor.
OT. PATHICK'S-(I5ornan Catholic) Corner Ninth
street ard Washington avenue; .Mass every
Sunday and b and in a. m.; Sunday choo at 2 p.m.,
nd Vtspwrs at 3 p. m. .vnss cve y uionilnK at 8
p.m. itcv.J, Murphy, pastor. i
For Sale bv