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IMT1RUBLT IX ADTANC1.
All CommuulcaliODa should he addreMod to
E. A. BCRNKTT.
Publisher and Proorletor.
Cave Cities in Arizona.
Mr. James Stevenson, of tho poolo
ionl survey, lifts reported to Mnj. Pow
ell, ns ono of the results of his field op
erations Inst season, tho discovery of
several nioro ruined cave, and dill cit
ies, difTcrin? in some respects from any
he had before, examined. The most re
markable was a village of sixty-live un
derground dwellings, situated near tho
summit of one of tho volcanic foot-hills
of the San Francisco mountains in tho
San Juan region of Arizomi. Tho sur
face stratum of the hill had by expos
tiro become hardened, and formed tho
common roof for the entire communi
ty. The dwellings were excavated af
ter a common pattern, aud a descrip
tion of one gives an idea of tho whole.
They had no intercommunication be
neath tho surface, and were only acces
sible by means of square holes lending
from tho surfaco by a vertical shaft to
tho lloor of the main room of tho dwell
ing. Foot-rests holes at convenient
distances along the sides of tho shaft
served tho purposes of a stairway.
Descending tho shaft, tho explorers
found themselves at the side of an oval
shaped nnd arched-roof room, about
twenty feet in its smallest diameter.
At the ends and in tho side opposite tho
entrance low doorways connected tho
main room with tho smaller rooms, tho
whole suite or dwelling consisting of
four apartments. Ono of the smaller
rooms had its floor excavated to a
depth of two or three feet below those
of tho other rooms, and is supposed to
have served tho purposo of a store-room
or cellar for tho ancient occupant. Tho
other small rooms may have been bed
rooms. A groove eighteen inches deep
by liftccn in width, extending from tho
lloor of the main room up ono side of
tho shaft to the surfaco of tho hill its
bottom tilled with ashes and its sides
blackened with smoke form tho lire
place and cliimney of tho establish
ment. Around tho mouth of the shaft a
stone wall was found, forming by its
inclosure a kind of door-yard to tho
dwelling below. The wail doubtless
servoil tho doublo purpose of guarding
against snow-slides, which might oth
erwise lill up tho rooms and bury tho
occupants, and against tho accidental
fall of an inhabitant Into his own or his
neighbor's dwelling, upsetting tho din
ner pot and possibly breaking his neck
in tho operation. Considerable debris
was found in tlieso ancient dwellings,
an examination of which led to the dis
covery of curios, illustrating some of
the social and domestic customs of tho
extinct race. Sione mauls and axes,
implements used in excavating tho
dwellings; pottery bearing a great va
riety of ornamentation, bone awls and
needles of delicate workmanship, tho
metate or family grinding stone for
frrain, its well-worn surface indicating
ong use, shell and obsidian ornaments,
and implements of wood, tho uses of
which were undiscovcrablo, wero
among tho trophies of the exploration.
Search was made for a water-course or
spring, but no appearance of the exis
tence of water in the neighborhood dur
ing recent centuries was discovered.
There were signs of intercommunica
tion between tnis villago and a elitl' city
some liiteen miles distant, also a new
discovery, which indicated the contem
poraneous inhabitancy of the two,
This city, or rather cluster of villages,
occupied tho sites of a canyon which
has recently been christened Walnut
canyon. It is an imnienso fissure in
the earth, with nothing above tho gen
eral level of the country to indicate its
existence to tho traveler until ho stands
upon the side of its almost precipitous
brink. The sides have been gullied by
Btorms and torrents, leaving shallow
twe-like jdacis of great length at dif
ferent heights, aloug the bottoms of
which, wherever the ledgo furnished
sufficient area, dwellings in groups or
singly wero built. Tho season was
well advanced when tho plaeo was
reached, and only little time was spent
in its exploration. All tho ancient
methods of approach had been long be
fore worn away, and access to tho
nearest of the groups of houses was a
work of difficulty.
Tho group or village which was most
narrowly examined was about three
quarters of a mile, in length, and con
sisted of a single row of houses, tho
common rear wall being tho living
rock, whilo tho sides and fronts wero
mado of largo and squared stones laid
in clay. A narrow street or pathway
extended along tho entire front. Oili
er and similar villages could be seen
along tho canyon for a distance of livo
Among the relics found hero was a
wooden 6pindlo whirl similar to thoso
in use by the Pueblos of the present
time, but unlike them in the apparent
manner of its manufacture. Nothing
indicating the uso of metallic tools of
any description was discovered. Tho
surface of tho wood of which tho whirl
was formed had apparently been char
rod and then ground down to tho re
quired size and hat by rubbing it
upon sandstone. A shaft of reed sim
ilar to bamboo, a species entirely uu
known in that region at this time, still
remained in the whirl. It had been
broken by tho ancient workman and
neatly mended by winding about it a
piece of line twine. The ends of this
twine being examined under the micro
scope disclosed tho fact that its liber
was very lino human hair. Articles of
wood, corncobs, and even tho perfect
grains of corn, walnuts, bones of elk,
antelope, and wolf, portions of wearing
apparel of a fabric resembling tho
mummy cloth of Egypt, but made from
material unfamiliar to the explorers,
and other perishable articles wero
found in abundance, buried In piles of
'debris, which partially filled th.se de
serted homes, nnd would nt first
thought seem to iudieate somewhat re
cent inhabitancy. On the other hand,
however, the preservative qualities of
tho atmosphere of this regii.u aro re
markable, and it is tho belief of the ex
plorers that centuries have elapsed
since the last of tho departed races oc
cupied these old cities aud villages as
Tho absence of weapons of war, of
works of defense, other than such as
aro constituted by tho selection of al
most inaccessible localities, of temples
or idols, of hieroglyphics or pictures,
together with the durability and solid
ity of tho dwellings, so different from
anything to be found of tho handiwork
of existing civilized races of that re
gion, and tho wide extent of theso ru
ins, indicating tho existence of allied
races covering large portions of tho
present territories of Arizona, New
Mexico, aud Utah, as well as northern
Mexico, are the elements of the prob
lems involved in the origin, history,
and disappearance of these races
problems which seem no nearer solu
tion than when Colorado, nearly four
hundred years ago, mado a raid for tho
purpose of conquest among theso
places and, through his priests, gave
to tho world the first meager accounts
of them then, as now, vacant and ru
ined. I'Vatheeed Pugilists.
"Moro caro is taken in the training
of fighting cocks than was ever spent
in getting Slugger Sullivan ready for a
match," said an old chicken fancier,
yesterday, in answer to the query of a
reporter. Tho speaker handled tho
"birds" in nearly every prominent
main that lias been fought in or near
the city, llo was one of the few who
escaped urrest at the recent raid upon
cock-lighters at New Hunting park.
Neatly-arranged coops, containing fine
specimens of tho feathered pugilists,
occupy tho whole of tho third lloor of
his residence. When a match is ar
ranged tho training begins, and until
the battles are fought the chickens are
constantly under the trainer's direc
tion. Tho lirst o! ject is to harden the
flesh and by exercise to increase their
staying powers. This is done by run
ning them back and forward on a
wooden table by the pressure of the hand
After a certain amount of this exer
cise tho chicken is weighed, and if its
flesh has not been reduced enough to
satisfy tho trainer it is put through an
other process, Tho chicken is tossed
several feet into the air, aud alights on
a -mattress placed upon tho taule. A
hundred times, possibly, the feathered
fighter goes up and down; when ho is
put iuto a dark but well-ventilated bar
rel. A couple of hours are allowed to
elapse, when he is again brought out,
and two little soft balls fastened to his
spurs. Another chicken is equipped in
liko manner, and the two indulge in a
sparring match. This continues sever
al minutes, nnd whilo they strike each
other viciously no harm can result, un
less one of tho "gloves" Hies off. A
foaturo of tho training is the feed giv
en. If the chicken needs a little moro
weight he is fed on raw beef. Hoasted
corn and the white of hard-boiled eggs
aro the principal articles of diet, with
a loaf of spiced bread, containing eggs,
sugar, rock candy, and a variety of
spices, for desert. The latter is eaten
with relish. The maximum limit of
weight of a fighting chicken is six
pounds, while tho minimum weight is
four pounds. The sport of cock-lighting,
according to the old fancier, has
largely increased in popularity during
the past score of years, and he declar
ed that not a week passes without a
rattling contest in some part of the
city. Ph ilwldjiliia Ecconl.
A Story ot an F.lcpliuut.
Thero is a beautiful story of an old
elephant engaged in a battle on tho
plains of India. lie was a standard
bearer, and carried on his huge back
the royal ensign, tho rallying point of
the Poena host. At the beginning of
the light ho lost his master. Tho "ma
hout," or driver had given him the
word to halt, when ho received a fatal
wound, and fell to tho ground, where
he laid under a heap of slain. Tho obe
dient elephant stood still while tho bat
tle closed around him nnd the standard
ho carried. He never stirred a foot, re
fusing to advance or retire, as tho con
flict became hotter and fiercer, until
the Malirattas, seeing the standard still
flying steadily in its place, refused to
believe that they wero being beaten,
and rallied again and again round the
colors. And all this while, amid the
din of battle, tho patient animal stood
straining its ears to catch the sound of
that voice it would never hear again.
At length the tide of conquest left tho
lield deserted. Malirattas swept on in
pursuit of the Hying foe, but tho ele
phant, liko a rock, stood there, with
tho dead and dying around, aud tho
ensign waving in'its place. For three
days and nights it remained whoro its
master had given tho command to halt.
They then sent to a village, 100 miles
away, and brought tho Mahout's little
sou. Tho noble hero seemed then to
remember how tho driver had some
times given his authority to the littlo
child, and immediately, with all tho
shatterod trappings clanging ns ho
went, paced quietly nnd slowly away.
The Hawaiian lady is a voluptuous,
good humored, sweet tempered, tender
eyed, merrymaking creaturo of fasci
nating form nnd most languishing,
longing, admiration seeking, yet de
mure cast of countenance, with envi
able advantages of physique in the way
of teeth, eyes, hair, form and complex
ion. She has the ability as well as her
sterner companion of discerning tho
laughable side of a subject aud crack
ing a joko thereat. European education
lias irl-n.'ltlff lmnenvi.il uti.l inul ..,...... I
the gentler sex of Hawaii, but it must
lu. r,i.tf.,a....l .1...- .... r.... !i 1 -
"illy failed to curb tho exuberaneo of
their spirits or tamo tho impetuosity
f their sentiment, or convert them into
siiait-hiced j,iijrH, th,!y whoso natures
ur as boisterous as tho bounding bil
lows of their sea gin rocks. Jl, public
The hlghcMt postage rate from tho
Ltiuc.1 Slates is to Patagonia and tho
lsiaml of St. Holeua-27 cents per half
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN :
Monday Evf.nino, April 7, 1884.
The weather is bright and clear, but a
cold north wind has prevailed all day, that
makes outside work a littlo unpleasur.t.
Tho markets as a general thing are a
littlo better, nnd a revival in grain aud hay
may lie looked for.
FLOUlt Ensy and quiet. Stocks are
fair and prices aro unchanged.
HAY Receipts are moderate and the
demand good for strictly choice.
COHN The market is bare. Prices aro
nominally unchanged, but lack of sup
plies makes it difficult to fill orders.
OATS The demand is light aud stocks
large. Prices rule steady at quotations.
MEAL Firm and unchanged. Choice
city finds ready sale.
UKAN Scarce and in good ri quest at
BUTTER We note a fair inquiry llr
strictly choice; common is dull.
EGGS Full supply and ea?y at 12c,
which is the outside figure offered on spec
CHICKENS Slow, receipts aro slow
aud demand light.
APPLES Choice are in good demand
POTATOES Quiet and dull at lower
prices. There is no outlet for them at
ONION3-Tho demand is fair at $2 30
Sales ana Quotation:.
NOTff. The prices nore sivenaroror euien from
flrpt hands In round lots. An advance 1
charged lor broken lotatn tliltuifordi r.
100 1Mi' Extra fancv
3im hhln viirloriB grades
lim Fnml y ...
Iw) IiMh ho c!
100 bills Puteut ".
, 4 '.I ".l :'U
.1 Vli H-i
2 ears iilt edfc'o (mall; bale..,
1 carnal top
"cars choice, small balo
1 car strict priuio
H i 0
1 car choice white tn bulk...
1 car choico mixed In bulk...
3 curs In bulk
2 car choice In bn'k...,
'i curs choice la bulk.,
So. 2 Hod, tier hn....
No. 2 Medilvranean.
5)0 bbls Cltv on ordorg
MW pounds choice Northern Dairy.
tH'i pounds choice Northern roll....
5i(i pounds Southern 1Mb roll ,
4i0 pounds creamery
.2 6-1.2 (15
H W dozen. ,
11 coops choice bens
10 coops mixed aud hens ..,
Per bbl choice Hen Davis .4
" ' Kumn Beauty 4
Small vnrietlcs .
Choice Konuiul cb 3
Peach Blow porbnsh.
Early Hose per Viunc....
Potatoes per bbl
According to slzo 15 rc&20 ro
8. C. Hums
IUrr , none
Ht. Johns j' U
Ohio Klver . 1 05
2!4 bushel bnrlapi , 9
5 bushel ,'
DHIK1) FKl IT.
Pcachos.hnlveiand quarters CH' dJi
Choico navy g 6(Vtl3 nn
Oholco medium EUffl 75
Choico, Factory 12
Hcav' r per pound..
10 to r5
10 to 45
10 to 5 '
. M to 2 50
. 75 to n 1 0
8 to 15
.1 00 to 9 00
Calf,(ren , n
Dry Flint choice " n
Dry Salt 11
Green Halt g
Plum Green !i, B
Sheep Pelts, dry ,,.', ,, lmaM)
Sheep Pelts, green IVii'S
Damaged Hide ft ot
TUESDAY MORNING APRIL 8 1884.
Good 1 11 if
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.. S N(t 7 ?l
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K A TICS OK FKCKUIT.
Gric.n Hay Flour Pi.rk
,. Vcwt. Vowt. hhl. tyhhl.
Ml' 14 15 85
. vurViins, h- 0 ,a Wi
Hriena,Arki WA tV. n
Kllnextot), Mlsn. .... sfil 22i 45 H7y
Vlckshiiru, Prentesa House J. J per cwt. hlylitr
AH other watr points below Mempu's to New r
leans, mini) rates hi to K Inustnit
Youiij and Old
Aro alike victims of KhcumHtism mid
Neuralgia. Youth has the best of it, be
cuusc it seconds tho effect of the remedies.
But ae must suffer on, unless the cuiative
agent be, of itself, quil to the tusk of cap
turing the strongholds of the disease.
None huve, prooved so speedy nnd strong
for this tack as Athlophcros. Says David
Little, of Sumner, Uermer Co., Iowa: Am
seventy.scvcn years old. Wave had the
Rheumatism for nearly four years. In two
days after taking Athlophorog I walked
into the kitchen, without crutch or cane,
and wished the folks 'Hsppy New year.'
Thiink Ood foryonr great discovery!"
That weak buck or pain in the side or
hips you will find immediately relieved
when a Hop Piaster is applied. It strength
ens this muscles, tMviii',' tho ability to do
hard work without suffering. Tikn none
but this; 'tis surf. ( )
Don't You Do It.
Dwn't suffer any longer with the pnins
and aches of Rheumatism, which mske life
a fburden to you. Relief, speedy and per
nmnent, can be procured at the neun st
drug store, in the form of Kidney-Wort.
Elbridge Malcolm, of West Unth, Maine,
siivs: 'T was completely prostrated with
Ulieiima'ism and Kidney troubles and was
not expected to recover. Tne first dose of
Kidney-Wort helped me. Six doses put me
on mv feet. It Ins now entirely cured me,
an 1 I have had no trouble since."
Those are Solid Facts.
The best blood purifier and system regu
lator ever placed within the reach of suf
fering humanity, truly is Elec'ric Hitters.
Inactivity of the Liver, Biliousness, Jain.
dice, Constipation, Weak Kidneys, or any
disease of the ttiinarv organs, or whoevtr
requires an appetizer, tonic or mild stitnu
luiit, will always find Electric Bithrs the
best and only certain cure known. They
act surely and quickly, everv bottlo guar
anteed to give entire satisfaction or money
refunded. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by
Barclay Bros. ( J)
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and 1". 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
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is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
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nurses and physicians in the United States,
and is for sale by; all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
A Remarkable Escape.
Mrs. Mary A. Dailey, of Tunkhannock,
wis afllicted for six vears with Asthma
and Bronchitis, during which time the
oest physicians n u!d ive no relief. Her
life whs de-paired of, until in last Octo
ber she procured a bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery, when immediate relief was
felt, and by continuing its use for a short
timo she was completely cured, gaining in
flesh 50 lbs. in a few months.
Free Trial Bottles of this certain cure of
all Throat and Lung Diseases at Barclay
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Malaria positively cured with Emory's
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sugar-coated 25 cents (G)
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, afllict
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many other diseases.
See advertisement in this paper. 1
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The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Cruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
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25 cents per box. For sale by Barclay
ix ARKANSAS AND TEXAS.
Along the 1 i 1: e of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Ra lway.Ti xaa and
Piicitiu Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, aro thousands of
ncies of tii c choicest farming and grazing
lands in the wotld, ranging in price from
f2.00 to $;J00 and $1.00 per acre, in a
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dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkanras and Texas,
in 1882, and make up your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that the crop
fnr i88U is 50 per cent larger than that ot
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying ono-fonrth, ono
hair, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed formoneypaid for tickets or freight
over the Companies lines.
H. C. TownsENu, Qen'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
Electric Appliance! are sent 011 30 Days' Trial.
TO llin ONLY, YDUP13 OR OLD,
"Xyrilo nre mtfrlnK fnmi Naiivnii ImmuTT,
V l."T Vitality, Lack or .Skmvk Few and
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617 St. Charles St,, ST. LOUIS, 110.
A rosulnr rirmlnnto of two nicllcal
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lifhlof ( 'lironii', Ts'urvioiM, SUm mul
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M. I.011K in city mii.m shiiw mul nl I 11I1I re'-l-1I1
Ms know. ( ciiMill.HInn hi oiIUh or bv mull,
fri'e mul lnvltr'l. A Irli ii'llv talk or hl opinion
costs iioililntr. Win n It l liiiiiiivi iili'iit tovl-lt
tlio clly lor Iri'.-iliui ill. in. 1 1 -1 1 ) h can lie st-nt
by mall nr PXraM fUTin lii ri'. I'uralilccwt
Kiiaraiilivil : wIkti-ilouln exists It li Irankly
Bt.U. J. tailor Write.
fTprTnm Pnn'ratlnn, Delilllty, Mental anil
l'hyilral Wonkni-M, Mercurial and other
affi'i-t Ions of Throat, Kklnand lionet. Blood
Iiniurltles ami Illond Poltnnlng, Skin AnVf
tlonn, QUI Sorea anil I'lrert, lnippilimenti to
MarrlagB, Khfiimatltm, Hies. KpprUI at-
tent Ion to raiet from ofer-workcrt drain.
M RfilCAt. CASKS reff Ire spe-ll attention.
fllseaiet arllnir trim Imnruilenrev Kxcettet,
Indulgence or Expoturei,
It 1 i.!f.fvlilint that a I'liMli'lnu puvlnn
particular iittrntlon to a cla-of ca-i-i attaint
(treat hklll, ami plivslclant In regular practice
all over tlo' country knowing thi-, frc'iui-iitty
recomincnil c i-ts to the ohle-t oitici' In Ameri
ca, whertj every known appliance h reiorte-l
to, ami tiie provio I tno I renieilieM of a 1 1
Hllil countries al e U-eil. A w hole lioll-e H
ueil for ott'n-e purposes, nnl all are treate.l w ith
Fklll In a re" ectfnl manner; atel, knowing
hat to iln. 1,0 experiments are in.i'le. Mi ac
count of the (ri"'at iiiiinlur it ppl v I nir. tho
chai't-o". are kept low, on. n lower than l t
inaii'i' 'I I'V other j. If (on secure tiie skill ami
Ketas- I" anil perl' c't 11!''- cure, that 1- the.
Important inatti r. I'jiuplilct, Sii la,(vn. .Scut
to any U'Wre-si free.
plates. IHARRIAGE GUIDE I pages
Kli'irant cloth ami cllt Mn.lln. Scaled for M
cents In postage or currency, over titty won.
(lerllll pen pictures. O ne tulife, article on the
follow In if sul'jects : Who may marry ? w ho not :
xvhv'f l'r"per a-'eto mat rv , Who marry rl r-u
Maiihooil. "in iiilei'i'l. I'hys cal 'le.-ay. Who
Bhonl'l mam'. How life ami liapplnc.j may ln
Jncrea-'-'l. Those married or contemplating
Inarrv iiL' sh"iiii rea-1 it. Itouchl lo he rei-i
tiv ail adult per-ons. then kept under lock unl
key, l'"i ular el itinn, same as al'ove. t,ut paper
cover and li'n pages, -j cc.nU by mail, hi money
8 S. Clark St., Cpp. Court House, CKICAGQ.
In th'f L'uitrd Mai"S l it k t.w- un m k,
perfVet Mw-tlnni ainl turd !h'li-:mtt iii-i.r.r M'KM Y
ami I'KKMwknt ci'i'.n nt ail i'r;vM hr'-ntr ami
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More m, flllnif tirihol.l;iinU,-Hne-t .tloiitl.
ri'hron(, lioiut liilnt p' Tiahuvtiiiy cured auX
eradicaiutl irum tho s.-U'ia fur Jio.
fEttl I UUO lo.s m, S u:ttti Jhrtty, Mmtal
and J'htfsical wVraknfs, 1'ttilintj Mnnortf,
fa7c V-js, Sluntvd JJcrvIojunfutf Jtupedim
mm fs to M'trrit!(p, etc., from fjtcoists or any
cause, npnuliUft mifrhj and jtrtratrty Cumt,
Voting, V hliilc- ff'tl anl nin, anl a'l
who rit'ti-l im 1 tc.il WiU ft..'! e.n-i M-iu-e,curi-,;ilt
Ir. Ll a t j nt nru-o. !,. ;nn Co-! iintn; and m.iy
eavt-ftii-iio niti'ry a: "1 r-litiitm. Wh'Mi iticinrfnt'iit
to visit lim c.'y f t rtat;u'rit, Hirilicini'" can tit f tit
evcrvw Kcro 1 y m .il r tupri 4 fret? Iriiiu ober
vaihiti. 9 It m 8t-l f-'v;i'.t' nt t hat aj-tiy-.cian no
talnv ureal fcLill.tvid p.iy-iciaris t .rnuj.'li'ni tt:e
country, kn t ti i-. j'ri'.'int-nt !v ri''OM:inind ilitliiru't
cam- t') tt.o 4li(eht rHpof-lalttlt hy wliom cvt-ry
known (cio rcnlv h u-.,. $yir. Ifatn's
ilK and llxiierlencoT-ifil. Iiii fip.ni"n of au
prem lmiii'i :ini-e. Ik ' M""" who m l tfe no
on-; ii'it. Uif 1 iiicinr, x 'on oi n- f rip and aereOly
onn(Ul'ti( hit. ns' whi 'U nitvp faiUii in ultiiutmin
rt'li'.'f el.-rwiitTfl. f"ptci1'iiy tioliitt'tl. i-pni 'lf ,-fasi-.i
tn att-.l. Call r wr Hours. frin l t 4
A to Snni1a-.. 1 t Ot'liiK 'iO liALlil
PENT X-'i.lk. Ad.ir-'-i ft ab'.vo.
power, pitiiiitiuit cltciy
and ffiiiuro to pt-rform life'
dtitIt-4 property nro cu-d t-y
eviv s. emM of ynmh, eti
wiil tmd a pcrffct and las f i r. i
r'Mor.-tion roiut lu aldi
and vli;oriiii niiiiih(wd in
THE MAPGTON BOLUS.
N.Ni.iiifT bUtmO' ti drum in if uur
s.fJtl L'-nv- tn'r;in!fnit. 'I hi t tnivnt of
Ijy rvo,i Debility and
If I hi 'leal Ileea v iauriiforinlir
Wfrflofifiil t)fnriflO tui'sMt nn pt-rfcrt dintrnnMs,
new and dlreet inefhml and nl,i"i;f h Ihor
oiirhne, J-'ull intVrrtn.it inn and Trvatn ires.
Ad'lrfs ( vmnlf intr rhvtiri;tn of
lEfl Etf m
, RELIABLE SELF-CURE.
A fcnrltn nreieTlnttnn nf Cm of Ihf
most noted and Buoctaaful epecmltats In tho V. d,
inow retired i for therureof Kervoum Itvbilit,
r.oKt Manhood, l eiAiie and tieeaw b,'ul
lu piaiu Healed euveloperee. Urugisui tau fill ii,
Addreta DR. WARD & CO., Louisiana, Ma.
"Anakesis " Stf.'Sii
an infallible cure fur I'iIck.
ITice $ 1 , at ilnirpktM, or
neut nreuald Ly mail, .amide
fr?K Ad. "ANAKIXS"
(J P FE R E R'la
from Vonthfnl luiprudencs, canbir.g
Norrfto, Uebilityj Alental and Iiyii- v-
cl Wo&bnesH. valuabhunfurmatioQ (Jl
for homernre free. Unet'.Z'jeii.-iisiio. P ii
oalulij. Dr.A.U.JUn.bcii2,Uii(;0 J
WEAK, UNDEVELOPED : PARTS
UK 'I UK HUMAN HdllV l:I.AUl.KI), M-.VI Ir.
ftr1!-;!, SI HKNl.THKM'ill." I:te., ian IntiTenmt
: nm in
i iial I llei" i
Im.l' ;il- nil I Iuh. tin 1 1 1 " c " 1 1 1 rnry. t lie nil yen I rb nr
Very lui.Qily indor-ed. TiU'-resdliii.r-nii niav i'i t
P'-al'-il eireniars i-iunirml
nl. r- l.y intTTii-
EltIK NMM'M.I '., r.'lll.ll'l
mfi Dr. KEAN,
tb)lihifi lrtttj , ii anil titiiif all Pri
vate, lWvoua, Ciinmlc tnl rrlitl dli
InmrN' itjf i, Kt-miil dUramf H. i tr, ( orj
iiltntlun i)tTinallr, or by letter fn-a,
K fun h th otilr phTil'-liiii In ttia
rltv It utt wurnntii rurit or no na v. &3A
llfa lllajitritQd book, tif ur 3,uuy firwaui iptluui, l ay uall.
I'll, ii. a. K.ANK, t.f tha I. ijuin-r
llnmi. now ntTt'ia a tthte'ly wliftrchf
aiivoneraariiro hlniif qtilrhly and iatnliKl,r K r l,itlmo
BlnUHnilt'iKlMiufnii'litHfiniu t'Tiittieiit ni-ttt nl ir)PI1.r,'MrJM
U. H. aiNtl, a. fl., fl.U., 1U0 alUB Hi., Ntr ork City.
LLhVOLS CENTRAL R.
Shditt'st and Quickest Rou
St. Louis ami CkicairJ
I'ho Onlv Jino Jtuuniut
O DAILY Tit A IN
PJ Irom Cairo,
Making Dirkot ConnkotiJ
ha i v e I.at rmnri:
"J:Orn m. Mhil,
' rrivipi' In St Lnula I4',m - I'l.ie.... u . ..
' "M.e iiiilf l Oilinatid Klilnuliam for '( 'In
nan Luuifvi le, iiicianuijiilis unci p i,u Gaau
p. m. l'ust rit. I.ouiH m
A:r:-.ipu ;p t lonln tl:r, p. m.,u3ij conmct!
' un -'i.l i, i, u.-i.
.'1: l"j p m. I'tiHt Kxprcna.
'i-r 't. I tu' h'i ' i h'r-mr.i, nrrivliii; at .St. l.o'
--.- i. in . nnc i mr 11 :.'ii a, ni.
'14"ij. in ( i:iiiuir.tl KxpliSM
Airivhi: in fii.iinn.-,! T:u) u. tn.; Uniinvllle t.l
. in , ii.ii.iii iipu . m- j'H.
tt.ie tra ii n m ti H e ! ve po.tit 1 to :
, oi any oilier ruulo.
ttThe ,'t "ii II. Ml. i ti, .j ... lil'i .
MM.KIvsil CAK fr.'tn I'atro tn t Inctutiatl, wi I
..... . .-, au u,r UAa aiefpern tn M. Lo
Fast Time I Jast.
I . . .-mi irf, i . , tl T th,e line un llipiiii.rh l. It .
, , ' tru e"l"t Wllhtlltt 411V d;
an?ed tv Sunday iiiu-rvetiltm. The .Saturday af
lo.in train frni'i Cairo arrive lu new York iimn
"'""'ii l ''': inirty-iit Doum in advanc
nv oilier F,,nt,,
lirvt throiu-h tlrketi- and furtt.er Informatl'
il'I'iv at lllluolii Central Itailrniirl Ii..,,,.. i ..... .
. . J; J'.'NKH. TirtAwi
u . iia.-iiuj, i.eu. I'aes. AKtnt. Ctilcattt
K It. TIME CAKI) AT CAIKO.
C. ST. I.
It N. O.
,. V-t.l a
i, I T .t. ...
iv. ni -.i.ftsuu n'ui'j. i
A C. R.
... 3:f) a
ha & Vail ..
Mall .t Kt..
txpn-M 1 H'i a.
Kx. Mall. .4:10p
Accom 'J:nj p.
I. it. K. It.
I t Kxpre.ru 'l:V p.
& r. k. it.
Mall A Ex.. ft :tn u .
.. 4:ll p
; :45 a
Aico n .
....Id. hi a.
...ti 4 p.
... .4:10 p.
OHIO It. II
Tl.MK ( AHD
ARRIVAL ASD DEPAKTL'RE OF
i. v.. ii. n iu.riiui;n lucii mail). : a. m.
:t'p : '
(way DiAii i
" (MHit'iern Oly
Iron Mountain U R
Val ah H It
Texim & .St. I.ouia It. K..,
St. Lou; a A C .lro li. h...
..4 liU p.m.
..f p m
S p. !
6 a. )
lo p. m.
7 p. in.
5 p. m.
i p. in.
M.e l iver arrive ud
, Sat A Mon.
d.'Darta Wed.. Krl. A Sun.
P O. cen del. op L from 7:;jfi am to7:ld r
P.O. box del. o, tn irom 6 a. m toUp i
Sunduiaten. i'i!). oi-eu lrom....Sa. oi. to In a.
sutiuaia in, x del. open from ti a. m. to M:,W.
ir-.M)l h.-Ch'tn; a will be pu'ilieli. d fr.j
nine i.i uiue iu city p:.ier. I tiatiee vo'ir canie
corutuitiy. vVM. 11. .ML Itl'lli. P. M
I AAIKU BAPTIST. -Crn.!r Tentn and Pop
niuht at u-iiftl hour. Praver r.a'i i,u Wedu
Ktv. JNO. r. EDKN, PaMorl
tHUKt U OF TI1K REDEKMKR-tKplaco
Con.tnunioti ii:.iii a. m.. MurLii.j; Prayem 11 a. I
.-uiu.n Bwiiiui.jp. m., r.yeinrig rrayeri 7 :i pa
K. P. l.'avinport, S. T. K. Hettoi. , t
i-II.ST MISSIUNAHV BAPriST CHL'hca'
Prear hli f at 10:30 a. n.., 3 p. m., and 7:3U p. '
al heili nthoo! at 7:30 p. ta Rev. T. J. Shor
ITPKItAN Thirteenth etreet; aervkea St'
I haih 1 ::',n a. in.-. Sunday choo! 2 p. m. Rt'
1 nppe, pant jr.
f a l'lpililsT-Cor. Klifhth and Walnnt atree
ii rrear.iiiiiB nannain 11 :(!. m. nrt 1 -ii n
- ........... ,s .,Uw i . ,u. a. m. auu i : w p.
w'.a .-"Lo.,1 at 40 p. m. Kev. J. A. Scarre!
j 1 PLSUVrKKIAN Eighth atrset; preacnlae t
I s.ild.ath at 11:00 a. rr.. and 7:30 p. m.; pray,
,. i'iil' We'ltieeilflT at 7 :3'l p. m. ; Sanday 8cLi
t 3 p. ri. Key li. V. Ucore, paator. i
,1 . ti'SI-.I'li S , Unman Catholic) Corner Cro'
'''I nlll'lt .reet!: MilMd ev,.rv In.,!.,. .,'
and la m.; Sunday achool at i p.m., and el
ern at 3 p. m, M es every mornlur at 8 a. m. Re."
C. S Avouuy, pa-.tur. j
l'A I !l lv S-(Komac Cathoilc) Corner N'lm
'r.et and Wanhineton avenue; Via eve
Sunday and S and lo a. m.: Sunday ech to at i p.n
and Vtapcra at 3 p. m. ae uvo y niorn nK t
p.m. Kev. J, Murphy, pactot.
viuyor 1 hnma. V. Ila.lii'ay.
I'reaeurer CiiaiKa F. Nullia.
'lerk lic-nniH. ,), Kulcy.
'.,i'iifilor--W m. B. Gilbert,
(tnrahal L. II. Mcyerf,
tmrtiev William IKndricka.
Police .Muglstratc A. Cominei".
soAKD or ALUinuin
,'trft Ward-Wm.McHale, Harry Walker
Seeonri Ward- Jtfa a Hinkle, C. N. Uuches.
Third Ward H. F. Ulakc, Kg'-ert Smith.
Fourth Ward Charlea O. Patler, Adoiph Sw
fifth Ward C aa. Lancaster, nunry Stnnt.
Circuit J iidtrc 1). .1. linker.
Circuit Clerk A. II. Irvin.
County .Indite J. 11. holilnfon.
County Clerk S. J. 11 ti nt ni .
County Attorney Angus Leek.
County Truaeiirer Milea W. Parker.
Slictlfl John Hodeca.
Coroner U. Fitzgerald
Conniy Commlef ionera T. W. Ilallidiy, J. I
Mulcahev and Peter Sano.
For Sale bv
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