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Publisher and Prourietor.
ihe Absurdity of Tight Lac
ing. There woulJ be do tiyhi Jsuinsj if t'irls
could he made tu unJcr.-tanJ this fciuiplu
fact : Tliat nicrj dread tho tliuu'Lta of
marrying a woman who is subject tu tits of
irratatile tempt r, to bad headaches, and
other ailments uc need not uittntinrj, all of
which everybody knows are t he direct and
inevitable pio.iuct of the compression of
the wuist; men like to see a small waist,
certainly, but tlicre is a great difference
betwi-en the waist that is well formed, and
in proportion to the rest of the tiurp, and n
waist which is obviously nn i artificial''
compressed, to the destruction of that essy
and graceful carriage, which is one of a
woinau's chief durum. An unnaturally
compressed waist is far more certain of
detection than a i:iass of laise hair or a
faint dusting of powder. The rawest
youth that enters a ball room can pick out
the women who have straightened them
If a young wouiau, to ahtain the appear
ance ol a dragon-lly, has been subjecting
herself to considerable physical pa n, and
who has been laying up for herself a pietty
ttnre of ailments which only want time to
pronounce themselves, could only see the
stare of scarcely disguised contempt and
understand the scorntul pity which greets
the result of her labor, wr should have a
change of fashion. Through all changes,
women remain true to only oi,e fashion;
whether her clothiug is as long and lank as
that of a Grecian Virgin, or whether she
builds around the lower half of her figure
a rotund capricious structure of steel, she is
ever faithful to the traUitkn of a small
waist; and she will weaken her ciiculation,
she will incur heal-ache, she will crack her
voice and she will ruin her digestion, all to
produce a malformation, which wise nun
regard with pity and fools with derision.
Physicians of every school and country
have borne testimony to the alarming fre
quency of spinal disorders among women,
and are no less unanimous in declaring that
theso disorders are due to well ascertained
and preventable causes.
Growing girls while attending school are
too apt to acquire habits of stooping or of
throwing the weight of the body to one
side, and thus induce 8pinl curvature, oft
en so slight as to escape the eyes of parents
which in alter years pre-disposes them to
disease and makes tjieir lives a perb ct
round of suffering. Bck-ache, weariness,
headache and lassitude are among the
among the mostjfrequeut symptoms of dis
orders of this class,
These diseases aie absolutely preventa
blu in childhood, and they nre to a very
large extent curable in after life; any skill
ed physician will confirm the statement
that the prevention or cure must be accom
plished by purely mechanical means. The
child whose habit of stooping threatens to
distort her figure, can be so clothed as to
remove the danger by giving increased sup
port to those parts of the frame ou which
great strain is impo.-ed, and the woman
whose weak back and constant weariness
are a source of suffering, may be fitted with
a Corset which will not compress the
waist, but give aunnoit, health, comfort
and easy and graceful canhe to the ap
pearance. The celebrated philanthropist, Mine.
Dean, of Brooklyn, N. Y., 1ms lately pat
ented a Corbet which is a combination of
shoulder brace aud spine supporting Corset,
and while combining the benefits of both is
i xtremely simplified into a lirst-cUss Cor
set, they are specially constructed with two
curved springs, so as to fit ixactly on and
buppoit the shoulder bl ides and another
spring to support the sp tie, both made ol
t fie very finest tempered clock spring, thus
creating a complete support for the spine,
cure to prevent or cure Hack-ache, Spinal
Irritation, Hound shoulders, Stooping Hab
its, Khei.mHtism. Weakness, Nervous or
General Debility, Pains in the Hip, Hick
r Limbs, Diseases of the Spir.e, Heart,
Kidneys or Liver, Fulling, Inflammation or
Ulceration, and also allied diseases to
which ladies become subject from exposure
by leaving an open space at the back, as
tlo y invariably do in lacing the ordinary
This Corset supplies a coveiing lor the
open space and thereby protects the spine
from cold, and gives a smoothness of lit to
the back of the'dre.-s, making it a valuable
and most necessary Corset for general use.
They support the spine, relieve the mus
cles ct the back, brace the muades of the
shoulders, in a natural and easy manner,
imparting graceful carriage to the wearer
without oiscomfort, expanding the chest
thereby giving f;ul action to the lungs, and
health and comfort to the body, ami takes
the place (,f the ordinary L'oiset in every
The ;!d established Corset house of
Ltw;s StHiEi.E & Co., ."'JO Iiroadvfay,
New York, have been engaged to manu
facture them, which is a guuantec that
they will be made of the best material and
workmanship. A reliable agent is wanted
to iutroduce thete goods in this county.
For particulars, K-e advertisement in
'Jhomas Chancey has started a novel
business at llawkinsville. He has gone
into the 'possum business on an ex
tensive) scale and proposes to ruiso
theso much sought varmints for the
market. His ranch is located about a
mile from town, and is inclosed with
wire- fencing. This w as done in order
to keep Cabin Jit-own from trailing
thetu off into the swamp with his pack
of hounds. Ho has commenced with
ten, but will greatly increase the num
ber during the year. Ah the average
pinoy woods 'possum liiidi ready :t!o
at 40 cent a piece, a fine, fat, stall-fed
'possum would, of course, bring double
that amount, nndSW, ut 8) cents apiece
amount to $100. which is nothing to
be laughed at. tiuvannuh Aiwj.
A Dumb Druggist.
A few minutes after midnight on
Sunday morning a Celestial operative
at a tub and wringer called at a drug
gist's store in South Boston. As he
opened the door his Mongolian fuco
wore an appearance of deep meditation,
which soon gave way to the placating
smilo which every son of China can
assumo when occasion requires. "Mo
wantce a mo forgottco name a
you knowee llifty-two." And think
ing his explanation perfectly clear and
satisfactory, his smilo opened into a
Flifty-two?" queried tho druggist's
clerk. "What in the uauio of tho big
Chiueso idol is that?" "Flifty-two!"
again, with emphasis, quoth the man
of Mongolian extraction. "Flifty-tw o!
I glo you! lou sloe -ue!
It was no use. The .trk was knocked
out in less than the u. ual number of
rounds. He was speechless, "rclall!"
cried ho of the indigo bluo blouso and
soles of wood.
"Yes, I know you call," said the ris
ing pharmacist, running his bony lin
gers despairingly through his greasy
hair. "And I glo you!" continued tho
Asiatic. "Flifty-two! flifty-two!" and
ho attempted to uiako some cabalistic
figures on tho wrapping paper.
"You've got mo dead! cried the
compounder of prescriptions, dropping
into a chair. "I glo blind!" yelled tho
Chinaman thoroughly aroused. Then
looking in the direction of tho cold,
sheet-iron stove, which was taking a
vacation preparatory to service in a
colder season, he rushed madly toward
it and seized a poker. Fearing that
something dreadful was about to hap
pen, the drug clerk jumped to his feet,
and, with eyes starting from their
sockets, cried loudly:
"Here! Drop that poker quick!"
"Ah!" exclaimed the Chinaman, let
ting fall from his hand the crooked
iron rod, and smiling tho happiest of
smiles, "Ah! Ploker! Me forgetteo
tho name. Ploker Uifty-t wo."
"Oh, 1 know now," said tho clerk,
scowling at himself for his dulluess.
"Why couldn't you have said playing
cards in tho lirst place? Who's goinij
to know what you mean by 'ploker
and 'glo you,' and 'slee you,' and all
that? You can't expect Americans to
understand about Chinese games, can
you? Theso aro playing cards. Cards
-see? C-a-r-d-s!" "Clards?" repeat
ed the Chinaman, with another broad
rrrin, as ho paid for tho package and
broke tho seal. "Clards I glo you
A night Smart Bull-Pup.
Two dog fanciers were discussing tho
respective merits of their brutes, when
ouo of them said:
"Bull-pups is no good; ycr can't learn
'em nuthin ."
"Taint so. I've got a bull-pup that'll
fetch an' carry anything. y, I've got
'ini so ho'll carry oil" a chunk uv raw
boef an' bring it back ngin."
"Betcher ho wont."
The money was put up, tho dog was
called, and tho meat given him.
"Now, Tige," said the owner, "take
it out-doors, that's a good doggy, an'
when I calls yer come in agin, an show
the gentleman wot yer can do."
The dog went out with the moat in
his mouth, and presently his owner
called, "Tige, Tigo; hero, Tige," and
he came back wagging his tail and
licking his chops.
"Gimmo them stakes!" shouted tho
other follow; "I tole yer yer couldn't
learn a bull pup nuthin'. He hain't
brung it back.
"Go slow, mister. I reckon I'll take
them cases myself. I didn't say how
tho pup'd fetch that meat back, did I?"
"No; but yor seo ho hain't brung it-"
"Hu hoz, too, an' it'3 on tho inside
uv him, in course. Ycr clidu't think
the dang pup hadn't senso enough to
clamp 011 to a good thing when ho got
a chance, did yer? Bull pups is smart,
I'm a telliu' yor." Jerctaif Travtkr.
Tempted liy Sharpers.
"It is a great wonder to nio that the
number of defalcations by treasurers of
corporations is not larger than it is,"
observed a treasurer of ono of tho coun
ties of Maryland to a HuUimore Ameri
ca h reporter, while speaking of the
"Becauso they have so many tempta
lions. When I lirst took hold of tho
treasurership of our county I was liter
ally besciged with letters.circulars.and
confidential communications from New
York banking linns of doubtful notori
ety. They came in every mail. They
were marked 'private,' 'personal,' and
all that sort of thing. They proved to
1110011 paper, of course how 1 could
easily double all investments. They
showed that by putting my money up
I was absolutely certain to win, and
thai it was an impossibility for mo to
lose. These communications wcro full
of tho most plausible methods. Tho
plans were captivating. The results
they worked out were astoundingly big
and there was an air of frankness
about them w hich would ordinarily dis
abuse the unsophisticated mind of any
suspicion of crookedness. For nearly
two years these things krpt coming to
my olliee, but as I did not bito at "tho
hook they gradually fell off, and now I
get very few of them. But I do know
this to bo tho case whenever a new
man is pui in a place where ho has
other people's money to handle, theso
sharpers in tho big cities get after him
with their circulars, and when they
once set hold of him they don't let go
until they have made him a thief or"a
bankrupt, or both. That is why I am
surprised that tho number of defalca
tions is not larger."
An "umbrella race" aud "a cheroot
and saddle-up race" were two novel
contests introduced at a recent up
country meeting in India. In the
former each couipeiier opened an um
breiia sharply in tho face of his pony,
then mounted without assistance, and
ro le round tho courso with his um
brella open. For tho latter tho condi
tions were: ' Competitors with saddle,
bridle, cheroot and box of matches to
bo formed up ten yards in front of
their ponies, which will be picketed;
to light cheroot, saddle up, and, rido
out to flag and homo. First past tho
post with lighted cheroot to win." An
"Amazon race" followed, ridden br
Tucrsoat EviNiNo, Aug. 14, 1834.
The weather has been cloudy and show
ery all day, with hesvy thunder gtorm ear
ly in tho morning, and prospect of msre
rain to night. The rain was greatly need
ed for the corn crop and for plowing for
wheat, the ground having become hard
The market shows little change. Prices
remain as quoted at the opening of the
week, and stocks are generally large.
FLOUR The demand is very light.
Stocks are large and supplies easily reach
ed if wanted, but there are no buyers.
HAY The movement is very small.
Stocks are not large, but are ample for the
CORN We note considerable inquiry
lor choice, dry corn, and very little offer
ing. OATS Steady and unchanged The
demand is fair aud stocks moderate. Only
choice heavy commands more than 27 cents
MEAL Firm ani unchanged.
BRAN Plenty aud easy. Country is
offered at 55c; held in the mills here at
BUTTER Only strictly choice country
and creamery is called for.
EGOS Scarce and in active request at
CHICKEN'S Overstocked and weak.
Only choice young is wanted.
FRUIT No market for cantaloupes or
watermelons o'n consignment. The local
trade is supplied by country wagons.
Grapes sell readily at 5c per pound, and
choice peaches at C0c75c per box.
Sales ana Quotations.
NOTE. The prlcei nere tnvea are for sale from
first hBndf In round lota. An advauce la
chary oil for hrokcu lotsin tllllnvorder.
10) bblfi patent
5 ms TS
4 BOitl 7a
1 car 1-ancv.
1 car extra fancy
2 cars Timothy
1 car gilt eili;e
2 carB choice, new...
1 car red tup
ii cars choice wliiv in bulk. . .
i cars mixed In balk
6 cars dry new lu balk
2 cars new
4 cars new
No. 2 Hed, per hn
No. 2 Mdiiraneaa...
No 3 do
Mo. 4 do ...
500 bbla City on
500 bbla City
C'onntry . ...
500 Donnds country
ro1) pounds choice Northern
WU iioonds creamery
4 coops choice hens.. .
15 coops choice young.
.1 wa'J 0)
Peaches, per hoi...
App'es per bush..
Grupts per pound.,
Potatoes, per bnMbol
Tomatoes per box
New red aweo- potatoes per hu
New fancy yellow nansmond per bu.
1 nofii 2',
1 irv&l 50
,..fi 0IKT47 00
..5 51)16 00
Lou'stana per bu.
. 5 (0&(i 00
Tn i- washed
Fine unwashed ''
Plain tin ma
B. C. llams
Clear side" , .". '
Ht. Johns ,,
il bushel htirlaia
& bushel '
Peaches, halvei and quarters
. 1 05
8 ri3 on
si roiji 75
Ked Kox ...
Wild Cut.... ...
10 to B5
10 to 45
111 tn Ml
SO to ii 50
75 to a (o
u. m ..... I
3 to 15
m. 1 00 to OU
Dry Flint etaolco
.. II..M...IIIU. Mil . . ...I...
rUIDAY MOKNTNli AUllUST 15, 1881.
Sheep Pulls, dry
Sheep Pills, irrceu -
Damaged Hides ...
Our 4 Leaf
.... j'.' ;vi 14
4 r,iii 5 ic
. . 4 7rt 5 ' f
... 1 5:l 7 C
... 7 M J '0
KATiiS OF FKCKIIIT.
Hay Flour I' rk
Vcwt. V M1. Wbhl.
15 8. .15
15 i', 15
- M 4,-
iiii m tr,
AH other way points
below Memphis to
Nev; Or.eans so
Int Idciits at a I'iro in Constantinople.
We saw a youn"; woman brought out
of a burning house with a copper ket
tle in her hand. She was screaming
wildly, "My baby! Oh, my baby!'1
The woman had been engaged in tho
kitchen, with her infant iu her arms,
aud had been busily occupied saving
her cooking utensils" by throwing them
into tho cistern, (juiLc unconscious that
her dwelliug was already on tire. Tho
firemen, having discovered her in that
perilous place, had rushed into tho
kitchen and forced her to hasten out.
On her way she had espied a copper
kettle, and had instinctively seized it;
but in her fright and bewilderment,
she had thrown her baby into tlie cis
tern instead of tho kettle. Fortunately,
a sturdy fellow succeeded in rescuing
the baby, and restoring it to tho dis
The other incident was even moro
dreadful. As we stood looking at tho
lire, we beheld a man struggling, and
the uext moment saw hiiu deliberately
thrown into the flames.
George and I exchanged looks of hor
PT, but the by-standers seemed to pay
little heed to the occurrence, merely
P tiKirking that the man was an incen
diary who had been caught in tho act
of spreading the lire fur tho purpose
i f rohi'i'i'i . Fruia "How II'g were
l:iru! vif i t Cu.-ttf'iiittiioilcS'li Ooct'J
' . , t i .v';. .VitWi1 lur Aujut.
ST. CLARA ACADEMY
Is manificert'y situated in th" southern purt ol
Wisconsin. Pupils arming at Dtibiui'ie. E;iH Du
buQUe or (ialena, lil , mny telephone u Academy
for co i ve a ice. For further lart.culara apply fur
iata'.o;ne. ST Ct.AKV ACADEMY.
Slusiuawa Mouud, (ira. t Co , Wis-
ST.RKfilSA ACAIiRJIV, KDGEWOOI),
the magnificent gift of ex-Oov. Washburn. MaJi
eon. Wis., is a branch of St. Clara's aud oilers fine
educational advantages. 7o-.'in.
CHESTER Sid ysar opens September 10. A
tillitary Collnce w.th Uuiversity Powers Depart
Blent It ( Ivii EDgitieerinir. Chemistry ( las;cs
and Enalifh. Clrcu ar of (apt . . P. Holiday
and N. H. Thistlewood. and of Mes-rs P. W. Ii.ir
clay, Charles (jallit'lier and li. II. Cnnnlnvtiain, of
this city, orof cL TIIKO. HVA'l T, Pies dent.
AUBH LADIES' INSTITUTE,
For a Limited Number of Hoarders.
1855. Anburn.N. Y, Imk.J.
Facilities for a thorough and accomplished edu
cation, beautiful surrounding; brat sacliary ap
pointments, and regular curriaKe-ridini;.
Catalogue, with Patron Testimonials and Inf
erences from Western States, on application to
MOiaiMEl::L. BKOWNE, A. M , Principal .
Monticello Ladies' Seminary,
CSodti-py, Madison Co . 111.
One of the oldest scboo.s in the We-t. KepuMiion"
as a first clans school uupies ioni-d. Superior d
vantau'es for English aijd Classlrai Education with
Music, DrawliJi;. P'lintiin; ami .M .ib ru I ai.t'im- s.
Opens September ltli. For cMabitrtre, applv v
.MISS 11 AKK1ET N. HAsKELL. Priocfp .1.
30 UNION SQUARE NLW YORK.
tMo0 AN?e- 5tA"JJ5
ILL. MASS. GA,
FOR SALE BY
If. Stcagala & Co., Cairo, 111.
The Regular Cairo Paducali Daily
HENRY E. TAYLOK, Master.
OEOUUK JOUEs, Clerk.
leaves Pducah for (,' tiro daily (Sundaya except.
ed) at 8 a. tn., and Mound City at 1 p. m. Ketnrc
log, lee Cairo at 4 p.m.; Mound city at 5 p. in
i a .
T C J 'lltVt OUTOF ORDER.
q) A$ NO ZQaL JWjjL-
ill:::::: tmnmm cr kusic.
. Kt-tahlishi-d In K.i. A College course of study
lu Piano. Orirati. biui;iu and Orchestral Instru
ments. I.au-ruai;. Art and Elueutlon. Adilress
J. is. UAKI.OW, Musical Direct s,
Ten instructors. Two hundred and flftv five
atiidrr ts last yea. lioo' keeping, () rma'i. Pen
tnuishlp and Eiocutiou without extra chart;-.
Classic al. Selenitic, Normal and Ilusiuesa Courses,
Ka 1 term beifiua Kept. 2; W'li.ter term Dec. 'j;
Spriins t' Tia March 17. The ue ol tobai co aud
ln'ox catnii; liiio.s, and ail endauco ou si-nut so-c-li-tn-s
are forbidden, l-'jr reijluer and f irther lu
C1IAS A. 1SLANCHAHD. Pie. t.
VOfNO LADIES' AT1IEN .E I'M. Prepare lor
a WelL-sley. Kull Aea leniic Coursn h iol of
Art. t)ratry from K nilerarten to ( ol.ei;e
Eurnisnes tii.ii.m in liuuuU Lpuservat ry mi all
brunches ot .Vii-ie. Address
E. I 1IASE, Mipl., .Tackt-miviile, 1!!.
7()im AGKKTS WANTED";;!!;
To sell the l-'iis-t uthonr.- Uk.-im-
Ky''Clevehuitl & Hen.lricks
I) ir heime.-. of N. V .the mon Hcliahle. In-tere-f.iii;
and Ku hly Mtistratt d. It cnutaitin flue
steel por, raits, will H.-ll tiis(Bt and m;
pcolitH lie'Aare of u-rei'aMi-. 'i avh
penny buoks Write at once to 1 1 1 f H H A Itl)
J 1 1( )?"., :: labile street, Chic-itfi, lil p s
Dtittlts are re.idy. Send iOo fur uuc a';d -ave time
rPO ADVf ltTi.s BUS. Low
A iiii! in (.' pond new-api-r-liEU
P. KOWKLI. A Co.. I I S
St rates f r adveri!
n-i.t fr e A i'r' s
pru e St., N V
And Yon arc Many.
No ma ter how ymi s i t l; n uu't ( at t,
Porous I la-ters will cure your dy p pi.!. ;,,t.
you want a ; -.M-Si,, t l. ,e-Jt t.e
Kille fur $1'., $ln ilr-r h l.,siii,.
hot eun tor 9:ii. a a ! r,,r ...... n..
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Ft. bottom. Ft. slave. Capacity k'als. Ptics.
0 x V lir,0 $24.00
o x i) n;:50 20.00
7 x i! 2000 32.00
7 x II 2250 JiO.OO
7 x Id 2500 10.00
Tbee tank" are made or CLEAR CYPKI-.SS. I'.J
' ''- 't'i' s-curoly hooued and arc WATfc.lt
'ID.liT. lhey are
!Slii j )f(i vliuli-ancl iu-f W4-11 lr.-i-fcl
to prevent their b Iul' luck-d or broken in haul
ItiiK. Kel niites li.riii-lti.d for
TunliH of rmy Siy.o.
A. lilOCiH .V llitOS.,
Zi7 Delord St ,, New Orleans, La.
CHICAGO MEDICAL COLLEGE,
'Corner Prairie Avenue mid ilith St., Chicago),
Molioil I Jepurt liionl ot
'1 hi' N'orihwcsteni University.
N b. DAY In, M I).. LL. 1) , Dean
The Co leviate tear will beln Sept. .':!. Hit. and
close March "4, lVi, The course of instruction Is
Kr-:tfi . Studi-nia bi ir.i; div.ded into lirst. second
and third vear clauses, (juaillkationa for admls
alon are either a Decree uf A. P. . a ( ortifi ate of a
reputable academy, or a preliminary examination.
'I he method of Inrtruction Is conspicuously prac
tlea'.nud i applied in the Ward of the Mercy,
St. Luke a and M ilnel Ueen Ilnsnitnl-, dailv at
the bedaidu of the ab k. Tim PruUitionera' Courso
will beuln tbu day afier tho Annual Commence
nient and c nt uu f-mr weeks. Fees. In advancu :
S atrli tiiation, Sj.oo; Leciires, JT'i.OO; Deinontra
t r. t.ri.is. iIoi nils : Merev, gw.im: St. Luko's,
t"i.". Lubora-orr. J'S.Oii; lireakaje, S'.Ol. Hnal
Kxamluiition, $ l".' (i, l-'ehruary lt. Practitioners'
Courso. f io.no. For further Information, a-ldrtsa
WALTEK HAY, V " , LL. I) , Secretary.
715 Iwd) 4.J State St., Chicago, III.
Is a typu of (tatsnrh
Iiiiv iik peculiar "ymp
toms. It i attended
by an Intlatued condi
tion ol the lining mem
braue of the noi-tnls,
tear-duels uud throat,
arTi-cl I ue the I n n k
An acrid inurns la
Is m i ompanled with a
painful ' tirimiK eusii
tion. Thit o ro sev
ere spasms of sneez
ini?, fri rpii-nt attacks
flf bliiidmix lieadiieho,
n u-itlnpu iin.l 'riltii mefl
e i vc"v I
'arvriin u" itvai
ra.t .aai 1 1
J s t a t e of tho eyes,
Kly a ( 'cum llalm is a
remedy louuded on a
correct diagnosis of this
disease and can tin do-
petided iipiiu, i)c. at drlsts;
tile, by mill.
numpie oottie ny ttinil inc.
ELY IIHO'ITIKKH, Dru kII. Owco,N,Y
LLuNTOIS CENTRAL H. R
Jiv Wr'ftJi Tayr t4J-j u
Slmrtcst iiiul Quich'M Route
St. Louis and (Jlucago.
Tho Onlv Iino Kurminu
) DAILY TRAIN
MaKINO DlKKOr CoNKKCTION
I'luiNs i.Kitr 'M.o,:
-l.'l i a m. Mr.il.
Urivti.K ir, M Louis (si a.m.: CliicaKu.a:'p.n. ,
ot-neiuii!.' at (olin and KitiiiKiiaio for ( incit
hatl. I.oui.-vr.le, liicianapiiiis alio poiul (vast.
lU:'jr p. in. I'.iMt rt. I.oiiin iiiul
NS'l-hl.' II J'ix pI'OhH.
Atr:,i ii u. St I o il-i,. i , p. ni., an.', con Lectin.
for :oi o.l.'.-i i e-!.
J". ) ill. i-'.-ist Mxpress.
r M. I.o i.D hi. : t I,:, aro, urrivtLi-; al M. L"UI
b'T.i in , ami Cl,.i ,,j ; A. i.
A p. ,i ( ilil-iliUHtl KxpienH,
.vir..in.- at Cti.ni.:.u. 7:o a. m . ; Louisvi;!,
Mil ; li.d.ni.apii . 1 i,-, a in, pMSel.Ii.-r bv
t,.tr. ttrt ll lea, t, tbi an ve points 1 :j to ,'Jti
- U I, n,l -...i.e. i.- of my other rouie.
af. Ihe i'5 a in. eitiren has Pl'Ll.MAN
M-r-hPlvi ( Alt Imii t .ri. to Cincinnati, with
out chaises, and li.r.iiijh aleep.-ra to ft. I.oui.
au-t C hn ao.
l ":tr-t '1 iruo I'Jnst.
, wWf-ti irj-r-c ''J '"-e ifo through tu K-s-.
1 i-. .-,i. 1 ern po uts without ativ dt ;(
:aused by Sunday intervening. 'Ihe Saiurdav aliei
loon train 'ion ( airo arrives In new Yo'k Monday
Tiom-oj; t lo n'i. Thtrty-sn hours In advanteut
n'' other 'elite,
1 r" r or iirneth tickets and further inforrnatlos
t, j .y at J.Unui. Cvliiful Kailroad Depot,! atro.
J- II- .'ONKS.Ticael Aaent.
A. II. u AN HON. (eri. Pasa. Aifent. Chicago
It. II.TIMB CAIU) AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS I KNTKAL H. K.
Train iU-;.H't. Traina
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10: v'i p.m. I thxpress
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P.KIY.U. AND DLPAItTt.
! rin PC
I r It. II ,:re
1 1 ' k mi
i. ' a. m.
..4 to p.m.
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V. lmis .t ( .!ro P.. It . . ..
M .i- l iver arrive Weil., hat
d'-paru Wed., Fri.
P ( '. rep r!.- op I, from
I'.o !oi ilul . o. cr from ... .
Snnnavs eet . .iei. open Irom.
H.:t.'las ,.ix del. open from
;-tr-S'o'i k - bin.-1 win
tin-in ii, tlm-- lu rtty pipers (
CordiuK-ly. V.M. .M
b p. m
9 p. tn,
1 a. in.
i f ill.
..I:3 am to7:"i0 pm
..'i a m. to 'J p
..Ha. m. to 1"
. .'i a. m. to ' Vi am
be piblistied from
hnti.'i- vreir cards ac
. ML'KPilY. P. M
C17 St. Charles St. ST. LOUIS, M0.
A. roarnlnr Ornduntn d;"two medical
folli-ife,, bm iM'a loiuer eioj'itted In the trsat
Ttif nt ot f 'hronii', Nnrvrnn, Hlcln nml
Uloml Dlva-i-t than any ntller physician In
fcU Loiila.as clly papera show undail eld rel
detitsknow. Consultation Jt office orbvn.all,
free and Invited. A friendly talk or his opinion
C ists nothliiir. When li Ii l:ieoi,vulent toTltlt
tbt eltv for treatment, mfilli liiea can b aent
by mall or s ipren evervheie. urabie can-1
K'l.ir.mued: where duubt tslatiU la frankly
Itatni. Call or W rite,
rrona Prnatratioii, Ttshlilty, Mmtal and
Vhyalcal Weaknm, K fremiti and othsr
fteftlonaef Throat, Sklnanl Bonn, Blood
tmpurltlts and Blond PoMnnlng, tikltt Aftsc-
tlons, Old Horeaaad I'lrsra, Impedimenta to
MarrlagB, Rhsnmatlsm, Pllea. Spsrlal at
Itntlon t raw from orrr-worksd brain.
Kl'BfilCAfi CASES rtfalva special attention.
Dlaeaea arlalna; from Impnidsncn, Kiftsaea,
It Is self-evident that a phviiclau ravin
particular attention tn a cl,iiof ca.ea altalna
Kreat skill, ami phvaleiaua in regular practice
all over the coutiti y knowing tbu. freoteiilly
recommend mi-es to the oble-t olliee Ii" A merf
ra. where every known appllanre Ii resorted
to, ami the proved unod riiitliM of alt
aire? and countries are used, A whole banse Is
eiieil for otfb-e purposes, and all are treated a ltll
(kill In n respectful manner; and, know.nn
what todo, no experiments are made. On c
Cnutit of the t'rent iiotntier applvlni', th
rharifes are kept ,jw. often lower than H de
manded bv other.. If yon secure the ski 1 I lid
(let a speedy and perfect life cure, that .a Uin
Important matter. Pamphlet, W pages. S.'Ut
to liny aldres4 live.
Klenant cloth and flit blmlinif. Healed for W
rents In potitKeor currency, (jver titty win
ibriul pen pleturcs. true to life, nrtlclei on tllfl
followlnit aubjeets; Who may tnnrrv if wliou )t!
whv 'f Propi raweto inarrv. Who marry flr-t,
Manhoo.l, Woui.mbooil. Physical deeay. Wllo
aliould marry. How life aiei'liapplnesi may oe
lncreafi. Those imirrlcd or e.inteinplatitu'
marrviiiK sboul-l reail It. It out-lit to lie real
by all adult persona, then kept under lock an I
kev. Popular edition, same as above, but pap"r
cover mid il'w iiafea, s ceuu by mall, is miouuv
IN THE WORLD.
A powerful preparation
ao concentrated lhataicw
Ori ps atiplleil to the sur
lace will penetrate to tliil
Terv ( li -. ii 1 1 1 1 ulino-t In.
STA.VTLI UtniiVK I'Al.f.
Hi 3 170 ECUAL.cr CUSE it
SUIT Joint, .
Sore Throat, Pain
In Limb!. Stoma
I nch or Bowels.
I It 1 .r lnuvparlotSvtcm.
aLMbaaar ill not sou. ci.otiiino
in-, iii-seiiinr me skiii- n
lustieen lu constant usn
by riivatclani and olhera
lot iti Iran Price 6oq.
JACOB 8. MEBRIll. If tools. Mo.
'OR 8Al.lt B Kit UtrjOOlSTB AHT
T.PAJ.XKS lti MiLlClNES.