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TIM) UA1LY ' UA11U) BULLETIN: SATURDAY MOliNLNli DECEMBER e, 1884.
Mrs. Sniit'i's Cm and what tbo Rev.
JMr. McKinstry Las to u altout it.
Tnrm p. nun: 1 have linen a fearlnl and rcr lor
fjlteen year, nioet ol the time with what hat been
called Kia-nia or Sa: llhetim. Peoria! and Le
pra, and the llko, and nave alwaya been told that
thore wit no ciira for iuii, and have been o die
eonrtifed thai I had aa tone dlu aa liv I liavo
been io badly aillicted toroetlmee that there
Bot thotma lot tpot from the crown of my hfad
to the aolcaof mjr foe' that wa not d feaaed and
a red aa crlmeon. It vtotud commence in .mail
while pot. blch had a Oliver appearance, but
were not deep, but If 1 attempted to heal I "em, or
toon after their fim appearance, tunv would hum
id run together until lucre wa- a complete dry,
red arale, vtlilc.'i would became o iLlliimeda to
crack and look fiery and nKrv. and the bun.iuj,'
aeii.atlon vroulil be almost Intolerable
I wae at time ao lame that I Could rrnrccly cot
about, and could not dree a wvacll Million! mpIi"I
nee. 1 have tried many remcillca, und have raid
$100 In a a'.ngle lntuoce to a phveiclnn, hut have
ever obtaiued onl temporary relief. Although
helped for a time, I eoou rclapaed nj-uln to
be a badly Iron Med as ever, and during the wln'er
of 1SS1 and lssj I .uttered en much an to he entire,
ly dtucoHraifi'd. I "ft aummer, however, I wa- a l
Tlaert by Elder and Mm. L. C. Mcivinstry, v. no are
well known In Uieae region, to tr jour Cctictha
KiKEDiEi; and I fell a.imchow a lllle courage,
from tbelr faoraiilo opinion of them, to try their
virtue. About the aecond week of illy last I com
menced taking the rented ci. and within aix w.-e.
1 began to eee a permanent Improvement until
sow (Oct. 1) 1 am aimm aa good a new, anu my
fleeh tc a the fl.-eh of a chi d
Shift. DEXJ. SMITH.
I certify that the above ataiemani of m wife la
correct, and I )o n with her in ex pro l it my
gratitude for tbd great benefit the hut received.
H. SMI III.
I certify that the above .tAtomt nt lu correct. Mr.
Smith la a prominent man In thl community,
where ho liven. Ho la a well-known denier in
atork, and h' statement, with that of h:a wife, i
fully eutltled to credit.
Dona it Manatead. Province ol Quebec, thia
twenty seventh d-iy of Octotier. ls-J.
I,. C. MuKIXSTIir.
LaTrn.-I have fccn Mrs. Smith rec n'ly and be
lieve her to be thoroughly and pennanetl c Ted.
L. J, MnlilNS' ItY.
Sec. Advent CI). Conf., 1'. Q., No.Vt. aud No. N.II.
Boston, Sept. O.ltHI.
Cullcura I?eolveiit, the now bloodpurll.'r. nnd
Cutlcura, and Ciitlcur S nip, the (jrtiit skin cure
and beaut 11 -ris urn old everfwlier". 1'rlc ;, Cuti
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mi ni, con idling ol ou- bottle Kud
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Timea "The beM we have found in a lifetime of
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c-inquen d '' : i v S W . Monroe, i ewihliurb,
Pa "I have not found a case that It did ot re
lieve at oncf '' nri" w l.ee. Ma' ch-t' r, MxfS.
PottkrDbdo ASoCHtXirAI. Co.. IloftOU
Vvvw N ia. Liver Couip aii.t.
JhZy.'K evr. M.Hra. ai,d 111
lLtCTR..Ck '''' C'o'.liii ' I'lirnera (an rl ctric
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neja and b aililer,coi:ftiiioti u at.d other organic
ualadics. Uoct tter Stomach llltnr a tiled
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KiJncr Troul,l, Ktieumatlvn, h'turel.-ia, h ,ro Clie2
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Willi boat exempl Bed In the lawa He him innile
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K. A. I1UHNBI T.
PnMiaher and Prourletor.
IN AND OUT OT LOV1'.
How diil I know that she was n wid
ow? Don't you jrivo mo credit for any
common sene or dicnniiiiatioii lit all?
How do you know tliat it rose in
n-d? How do you know loljter salad
I knew .she was a widow from the
very moment I look the corner seat in
tlic'ear, opposite to her little Mack bon
net with its llutterin?; breath of crape
veil, and the Astrakan mull' that held
her two tiny, black-gloved hands.
How 'I envied that mull'.
Don't tell me of your Venuses, your
Madonnas, and your Marys, Queen of
sirois they couldn't have held a can
dle to this 'delicious little widow.
I never did believe in grand beaulies!
A woman has no business overawing
and impressing yon against your will.
And hhe was olio of your dimpled,
daisy-faced creatures, with soft brown
eyes, long-lashed and limpid, and a red
mouth, which looked us if it was just
made to be kissed.
And then there was a tangle of gold
en spirals of hair hanging over her
forehead, and braids upon braids
pinned under her bonnet, until a hair
dresser would have gone frantic at the
Just as I wa taking an inventory of
thi'-e things iu that sort of an tin bserv
cnt way that 1 Hatter myself belongs to
ainau of the world, she dropped her
mulf, and, of course, it rolled under tho
Wasn't 1 down on my knees at oneo
after it? 1 rather think so.
"Thank you, sir," said the delicious
".Xut at all," I replied. "Can I do
anything more for you?
"No thank you unless vou could
tell me what time wu get into (Jlen
dalc." "Glendnle," I cried. "Why, 1 am
going to (ilel)dale.M
Of ' course we were friends at once,
and the (hiisy-faeed enchantress made
room for nn; beside her, "lest,' as she
said. "si. me horrid, disngreeble crea
ture shot.l I crowd in and bore her to
death," and 1 stepp d right out of the
inu-ty. ill-veiilihited world of tin; rail
v;i carriage into an atmosphere of
When a bachelor of forty falls in love
at iir-t sight -oh, what a fall is there,
lov countrymen. No half measures, I
lie-lore v- ha. 1 been speeding through
the wintry land-scape an hour, I had al
rerolv bnVt ui several blocks of ci-kan-r.
f Ksjmtjnt, in my mind. I saw
my bachelor rooms brightened with her
presence. I fancied myself walking to
church with her hand on my arm, her
beaming eves upturned to mint:.
1 heard her dulcet voice saying. "My
dear Thomas, what would vou like for
supper to-night?" I beheld iny-elf u
re-pee table member of mk 'ni the
heail of a family.
What would liob Carter say now I
meant then? lioh, who was always
rallying me on my state of hopeless ohl-bachi-lo.'hooil,
who supposed, fi.rsooth,
because he happened to be a trillo
yminer and better-looking than my
self, that 1 had no chances whatever.
I'd show liob!
What did we talk about?- The,
weather, of course, the sccnerv, tho
prospects all the available tojifcs, in
deed, one after another; and tne more
we talked, the deeper grew my admira
tion for the beautiful widow.
She was so sensible and o original,
and -o everything else that she ought,
1 discovered that she preferred a
town lifo to the seclusion of a country
residence qo did I. Who would stag
nate when he could feel tie; world's
puKe, ns they throbbed.
Mm loved the opera so did I.
Mm thought this woman's Millrige
movement all ridiculous - with a be-witi-hiii'.'
little lisp on the last syllable
I agreed with her.
She thought a woman's true sphere
was homo; my feelings surged up too
strongly, und I merely bowed my as
sent. Ib-ro was u delicious unanimity of
soul a mule concord of sympathy.'
What would Hob Carter say wlien he
saw thin beautiful Utile robin'lurd into
my cage. How 1 would lord it over
him. How 1 would invite Mm to hap
pen in any time. 1 low 1 would - lig
uratively, of course - hold up Mrs.
Thomas .Smith over bis envying ees,
1 uttered an audible chuckle lis 1
thought of these things, which i had
some dillk'tilly in changing into a
"You've got u cold." said tic widow,
sympathetically. "Do, please, havi;
one of in v troches; 1(V up,, ho soothing
to the throat."
J. took the troche, lint I didn't swal
low it. I would as soon have eaten a
il'iech'ss pcul'l. I put it in my left
land breast pocket, as near niv heart
Her lirst gill!
"A bachelor like mu is used Io Mich
things," 1 said in nn oll'-hainl manner.
"A bachelor!" echoed my traveling
companion. "Bless me, then yon uro
"Jl's lievertoo'hite to mend," hazard"
ed the widow, roguishly.
"That is my sole consolation," I
"There is nothing like married life,"
sighed the widow, with a momentary
el lipse of tin) limpid, brown orbs, l.iti.
Iienth ll.e whitest of drooping lids.
Hut what'h tin- us.. tlf my talking about
It to J'ou? You can't understand."
"1 Clin liiinglne," I retdied. modesllv.
I "Vou uitir't liml itwifo as HO0II re
possible," said the widow, looking In
tentlv t the hem of Iter pocket hand
kerchief. "You're only living half a
lifo now. Ah, you cannot think how
much lumpier you would bo with some
gentle, clinging being a your eide
onui congenial soul to mirror your
Instinctively I laid my hand on my
"Do not f.mcy that I shall lose an in
stant in tho search," 1 said. "I have
already pictured to myself tho pleas
ures of a newer existence."
"Have you?" Tho brown eyes shot
nn arch, challenging sparkle toward
me. "Tell me all about her."
"Do you really wish to know?"
"Of course I do."
I congratulated myself mentally on
the line progress I whs making, consid
ering the small practice in love-making
that 1 had had. Bob Carter himself,
with all his ready tongue and good
looking face, coubl not have carried on
a llirtation more -neatly.
"Is she fair or dark?" questioned tho
widow, with tho prettiest of interest.
"Neither about your complexion."
"Oh!" laughed my interlocutor, with
i charming pink suffusion over her
dimples. "Is she young?" "Yes,
about vour age."
"More than prettybeautiful."
The widow arched her perfectly-pen
ciled eve brows.
"What a devoted husband you will
make! And when are you going to bo
married? Are you acquainted, with Mr.
Carter, Mrs. Alveru's brother?" she
"Vcs, ' l answered, witn a little
grimace. "A seii-conceucu, disagree
"Do vou tluuk so? ' asked tne widow,
"Of course, as everybody eloes. bo
will you when you meet him."
"A man who thinks because he's got
a handsome face nnd a smooth tongue,
that nobody else has any business in
"Dear, dear!" twittered mv comnan-
ion; "that's very bad, indeeil."
"Ot course lie will pay a good deal
of attention to vou, if you are to be his
sister's guest, ' I pursued; "but it
won t do to encourage him.
"l?v no means. lie's a professional
"Is it possible?" li.-ped the widow.
And I mentally shook hands with
myself for having thus deftly put a
stioke. in Hob's wheel.
First impressions are everything, and
I certainly had been beforehand with
the pretty widow. Neither had I any
compunctions of conscience, for had'nt
Dob been Maying practical jokes of all
styles and complexions on me, ever
siiiec we had .entered the bar side by
"Stupid Tom" had been his pet
name for me, always; but this wasn't
so very 'stupid'' a game, after all.
While I was thus metaphorically
lingering myself, the conductor bawled
out, ' "(iictidale'.and 1 sprang up to
assist my lovely companion out of the
var, cheerfully" burdening myself with
Lag, baskets, parasols, and bulky
As we stepped upon the platform, I
nearly tumbled into the arms of Dob
"Hullo, Tom!" was his elegant
greeting, "you don't grow any lighter
as vou grow older."
f was about to retort bitterly, when
a sudden change came over his fare, ns
he beheld the pretty widow behind me.
"(iertie!" he cricil, her hands in his.
"Yes, Robert," she answered, with
sparkling eves and Hushed cheeks.
"That gentleman has got mv parcels;
he has been very kind to me.'
"Oh, has he, though? Well, we won't
trouble him any further. I inn much
obliged to you" Tom, and we'll send
you cards to the wedding."
"To what we'dding?"
"D'dn'tyou tell him, Gertie? Why.
to our wedding, tho tenth of next
month, to be sure. An raw Tom,
be careful of yourself for my sake."
And that was the hist I ever saw of
my daisy-faced widow. For if you
think I was mean-spirited enough to go
to that wedding, you tire mistaken in
Itrer (ianlucr on Slns In tho Sky.
"Do odder night do ole man John
sing drapped in tcr see me," said
I'.rother Gardner as the hall grew quiet
and the window was raised for ventila
tion. "Ho was werry much consumed
fur fear de world wascomin' to an cand
dis fall. He had dreamed of while
bosses an' black cats an' red roosters,
an his wife had seen strange signs an'
heard queer noises. Unsaid he felt do
climax was clus at hand, an' his wife
had bm tremblin fur two days. My
advice to de ole man was to git In his
fall 'latent an' let de climax tnko kevr
of itself, an' he went home mad.
"Gem'leii, dar am seb'ral nmonir you
who am alius quakin' fur fear you
won't fin' de world henh when you' git
outer lied in de mawnin'. You' am al
ius wailin' an' cxpeetin' to h'nrdo bu
gle blast, an' you take a heap o' com
fort in bclievin' dat tie seven phials of
wrath hev bin poured out. I lias had
nn eye on you for some time, an' I has
had diskivered dat it am ji.st sich men
who doan' work obcr two days in a
week, an' who am so badly in'debt dat
de coinin' of judgment day is hoped
fur to srpir' up. wis bizness of candiu'
up do world cberv week or two has cot
to cense. Do werry tn-x' time a mem
ber of dis club am oberhenrd to re
mark dat his cars ain m rained Io h'ar :t
toot from Gabriel's horn dar' will bo
one name less on our books, Do
World's gwlne to stun' plenty long
'iiugh fur all of us to git squar' wld
our creditors, iiay oil' do niorlgageon
de cabin, lin' rtldeetilu de cbilT'cii to
take care of tlcnisclvc, an' de sooner
you go about It de bctier. llerearter,
when a member of dis club am heard
tollin' dat ho has seen do signs In do
sky, It will bo taken ns proof dut ho
uiii tired of our society." In Imit 'rec
Tim falling on" In law suits in Thilii
delphla him declined at least 60 per
cenl wllhin Ibe past ten years. As a
coim qiience (hero Is a panio nmoiifr,
Ibe lawyers, tho stagnation a'Tocling
all branches of tho profession, from tho
leads of the bar to tho pollen law or.
Cities lu the Moon.
A letter from Berlin to a prominent
gentleman of this city, says the New
York iSmm, contains a very Interesting
communication concerning tho alleged
discoveries by Dr. Dlendmann, a pro
fessor in tho Hoyal Academy In Berlin,
of evidences that tho moon is inhabited.
Dr. lilcndmann professes to Imvodiscov
crcd that the telescopic observations
made up to tho present time have giveu
a negative result on account of the ex
cessive light that irradiates from tho
lunar disk, which prevents an exact ex
amination of the surface. Dr. Dleud
luann softened tho light by using tho
condensed smoke of camphor. Ho had
to make hundreds of trials before find
ing tho exact measure of softening re
quired to obtain a perfect image ot the
moon, lie then took with a reflecting
tileseopo a very detailed and correct
photographic view of the disk of tho
moon, which he afterward exposed un
der a powerful solar microscope. Tho
circle obtained in the photograph had
in the nncroseopo an apparent diameter
of over 133 feet. In this way, tho story
i, ho was able to perceive that what
have been believed to be seas aro really
regions covered with rich vegetation,
and what have always been taken for
mountainous regions aro deserts and
seas. One can see, tho letter says,
with striking distinctness cities, towns,
and villages, and there aro strong indi
cations of commerce. With a full
moon Dr. Dlcndman has obtained pho
tographic views so distinct that they
indicate that if larger telescopes could
be used the discovery would be still
more completely confirmed.
Story of a Newfoundland !(.
There seems to be a sort of love be
tween dogs and children, and every
caper of the animal interests them to a
remarkable degree. A short time ago,
while sitting on tho piazza of the La
Pierre Hotel, at Ocean Grove, on tho
New Jersey coast, I witnessed a dog
incident which, if I had not seen it
with my own eyes, I could not have
believed possible. Two little boys and
a Newfoundland dog had a running
match around one of the squares oppo
site the hotel. They started from tho
seashore, aud ran with the lleetness of
a young deer. The first heat was won
by tho dog, who manifested great de
light bv barking and wagging his tail,
amid sliouts of laughter by the little
fellows close at his heels. Thou a sec
ond contest took place, and, when they
came around again, one of the boys
was ahead twenty feet, the dog follow
ed, and the other boy was behind. Just
as the fir.-t boy turned the corner, ho
stumbled and fell flat on his stomach.
The dog was running at full speed, and
tumbled over the boy. uick as
thought he turned to the boy, placed
his paws under the prostrate boy's
arms and lifted him upon his feet. Tho
sight of the dog standing on his hind
feet, with the boy erect in his paws, is
something long to be remembered. To
cap the climax, tho dog then picked up
the boy's hat in his mouth and scam
pered away in a playful manner, and
the boy had a hearty laugh and shout
nd joined in the chase.
A Vermont man Umugiit he was in
spired to kill Mrs. Adams, a school
teacher, but after she had knocked him
down with a club and battered his body
for ten minutes ho concluded it was
whisky instead of inspiration.
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By oaualng TILTS ACTION of aU th organ
and flinoliona, thereby
CLEANSING tho DLOOD
reatorlnjr th normal power to throw off diaeaae.
TH0U8AND8 OF OASES
of th worat furrn of thona terrible dleoaaoa
livo beeu quickly rnuevud, and lu aaliurt tuue
rnu K, i, i.iutiii on uiiv, hiii.ii nr uiikkiuth.
Iry oan be mint by mail,
WELLS, IllUlUItDHON Si Co., UurllnRton, VU
8 Hn4 llunp I llltr AlnitoM- lr l4.
ejajTtiflninn't, .' i .f artn ItKMMr, mm
wu I J ET Cul n. ,iiri.l wmIiij.i,, i.,t it,Mi,ii,.,Ml,iiis
F lirFfuw piuitniil..ii, tit, iMtiiu i,rit,.iia-iiii.,
I a Hnhhih or hy nanatt, nur.l liNEflVITA,
lirviic lalili thaili will nrirr rtM ,riii., ni, tii.iiliu
I. AUITtrvr II III INM-Vaie I
on rM.'i).i ur it flhi, in.
!,., .in. II. A.il.uua,
4 Anakesis rw, ami i
J" an (nAiintii nr lor I'lh-a.
Priori ft. At (Inimlata, or
ent rrrnuld liytnii
fri. Ad. "A
iir mm mmm rmn tlMMll qalallt mmt ilnlilr. r..r l,illn
all,alM,'.ran.l,fr..ui i.r..l,.iil i,i.lll ntii.ar.,B'Mraal
H. a. kaaa, a.a., a.u, i fait at., it ta tut.
Mutual Life & Accident
Organized December, 1883, Under ill
Law of 1883.
(juccooaiir to Wlilowa anil Orphan Mutual Aid So
citUY, o uMiiii'C July 4th, 1877, titu'vr
llio laa of 187.1.
JOHN II. HO1UN80N iViauluU
WM. SHUT i' N Vim I'rlHldunt
J. A. (lOLO.sVriNK Tn-aauril
C. W. DU M Ml iieJIra. Ailviatr
TUOY.AS LKWlsi Skwlai)
BOA1U) OV DIKECTOliS for 1st YEAH.
Wtu. Stratum, Sir Hon lllrd, ro-ui,l.'n:;n, VI.
J. A. Oo.dstir.i-. otoolilntliio Jt I.iai.i,wnti, whole
sale and rotBil dry iood;('. W. Du 11 i;i:: i. l . !i.
Prei. ltd. Med Kx , for l'i tmlotiat Albert l.ewla,
ciimiuiaeiuu merchant: J. II liolilnaou, cmiittt
udio ao ' notary public; Win. P. I'ltchor, com.
broker and lnauraiire at'i-nt; K. 11 I'al'il, city
itrc I inpi-rvimr; M t'b lit; a.carpttiti-r and liullu
er; Tbomna L,ewl, attorney and accrctar : K, V.
e:erc,altoruej-At.lar, Hutjtiolii 111' ; K. (.'. Tar
caohlur of t'cnuunlnl Khii , Anlilt-v, III ( A I l-.-rt
Ilayden. canbliT uMJcorce Con lie ly A Co., '-priiiK
field. 1 I ; B. M iuun. attorney-at-!Mv, l-.o Itu.i
dolpb atreet, Cblcnuo; llou. Knlit, A. II uteri"-, at
tiirney-at-law, C'hnrleatoti, Mo ; It l.elitblor.
capbu-r Kiri-t National I'ai-lt. Smart. I.iwa
nJ Clothin? House
A full line of card aamplea of
th great piece goods stock
will b found witL
GKO. O. CI1RISTMAN,
JaJ g Watf fda
617 St. Cbirlei Su tit. LOUIS, 110.
A. rB"lr Ornrlnate, o, two medical
eolleiju. been lonv-fi enKtied in the treat
riciit of C'liroiiii', Ts ervoua, KUin ami
llloo.l lUu-airs than an othur ihv"li'lan In
Hi. I.oiil,. n city )Hifrt tfiow .-nit all wld ml"
denti know, onaii Itatton .tl od'.OB ot by nM,
free and ln,te.l. A frii-n.tl;' talk or lna opinion
cottl n.illiliiif. When It to l-ii'i.,vt:ulent totkill
the city for treatment. oi."IIi-iiih ;&u be wnt
iiymalior exi.rnii eervwheie. Curable etm-t
IMaranteed: where doubt extkti ... la traualy
llktrd. Call or Write.
Jfirrona Prottratlon, Delililty, Beau, aad
Phyil.-al ffe.krii, Hrtn;lal and oilier
Iffattloi' of Throat, Sklaaa Bnnei, lilootl
mpurltl.i and Blond roltnalap, -iklai Aflee
tloal, Old fctre aad llctrt, ImptillmoBla t
Man-lia-e. Rhumitlim, I'llfi. alavl;
tentlo) t ttf from oer-worVe4 lajn.
Bl'BdirAL CASKS recti re uperlal attention.
Blaeaie arlalny from Impnidencet, Vtcettei,
It li teif.evltlent that a phvilclan rvl1
(lartlcular attention to a cla if c.v- attaint.
Krent tklll. and ih)lrlain lu'rexular vractli-ej
all over the cnuntrr knowing this, freii -enlly
rtconiinend csei to lheolilet ortii-e tr Aitierb.
ta. where every known appliance It 'e.-ortec
to, and the provi-d ktood reinexll of al,
aifo, tnd con ntrli-t are uei, A whole Ucnee I
un d fur oltli-e purioet, ami all are treate;i with
kill In a respectful manners and, know.UK
what to do, no experlniHiil, are made, ( n .,c
fount of the art-at number aiplylne. th
rhariret re kept low, often lower than is le-niaum-d
l.v ot'icrn. If von secure the kl I r nd
t'et aspee.lr and .ertect life cure, that a .lie
Important inatler. Fauiphlct, M paK-' 's-'1'1
to any aUdroa free.
Eleiant cloth and Kilt blndiiiir. Sealed foi W
rentsTil iOtneor ciirrencv. (Jer tllty win.
derful pen pli-fii et. true to life, artlol'-t on II'
f.illowliiH nuliJeitHi Who may marryr whon if
wliyJ I'rnperaireto inarrv. Who marry fir ',
Manhood, Womanhood. I'hv,ical decay. V :;o
hould inarrv. How life and ha.plnesi me a
Increased. 1 ho,H married or cnntemplati
piarrvliiK stioiil-1 read It. Hoiichl to be rett
bv all adult pernnii. then kept under lock a, I
key, I'opulur e.lltlon.eaineas alve. but pa si'
Cover and UW pages, " centt by uiall, 1' uoue'
11 . V
BEFORE r AND -t AFTER i
Cloctrlc Appllincci art it.t on 3 J Dayi I rial. -
TO MEN ONLY, YCU.",3 OR OLD,
WIID are mlt.-rlntf from Nanvnt' IHiiii.itt,
l..iT ViTAi irr, l.jca or NK'iva K..r. a kd
Viumh, Wti-i WtaKNKHi.ta. mid nil tlei.-n illieuaei
..fa Puuui-iMAI. Nirinia n-nuiilntf fi-ori Aih'-.i.i njitl
iTHit I'Ai-sr.a. HH,eily relief run! coMpli-tii rwt.i
lit m of llmi.TH.V inoHaii'l Mawiiih.ii 'ii aiukt i.kh,
'J lie rf(Hiiil.-"l ilirn'overy of the Nim ti :i,Hi I'Mitiury,
. luutun. t. for IlluntiaUnl ruiiipl r mi. Aii.lrou
M',TAin BEIT CO.. MARSitA' !.. f 'VI,
IMIMM I I iT T f" ifirl -- -
Ol.' 'I UK Mil VI AN Ml II l V !; s I.Alt iKI, HKVI I.-fTTl-.U,
MIIKN'I'I IIKMill," l-'c., la an Inlereslint
t.h .Tli-. in. ni loinr run in ""i 'l"'r. In reply '"
mi h wn will m;,v 1 1 1 ft l, 1 lien, i , mi ev ul.-nc... ol hum-
I nlrary. t lieiHerlii i'i Jh
llll.TI.stl.il li' i-oiis iniv f -t
Euil', Ml'nn Al.l ii.. Iliilliilii, aT
i'i.I.'.I . ir. iiiki-s L-iv inn all
irl i-illHt l.y a. I lie. -iii
iiivrit, pioiiniiiii,, tl.-ciiy
end fiiiliira to i.T(nrm lllc
tlilllvt irnH.rljrara cmiMiil by
oxi'i-!'. virora of jronih, elu.,
will liml a inifret. and laatlia
h'.)riilliili In robliat hen ll
i emt MTii'ia) iiiiiiiIiimxI l
S.THE rVtAltSTOM HOLU8.
,VNi.i" h. r ei.i.iin. Ii dnifuniK m.i
pi-i iM'inriiti. I 'i.iir.'itiiiiuutnf
yervotia ill II ty ami
I'll It-nl ll.'ciiv loinlfnnnl
Ineoeaefnl becanae bn.e.l ,in p.-rt'ei-t dlnrnnaia,
new liml illrect nii'thixt and ali-r.lnln lmr
Mialilieaa. l ull iiiinr'.naiinn aim ireanat iraa,
AdilreMt oiianlllnit I'hyalrlan nf
MARSTON REMEDY CO., 49 W.14U) St., New York,
LLINOIH CENTRAL R. R
Shortest and Quickest Roat
T O t
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv Line Juimm
0 DAILY TllAINd
MlKINU DlltKCT COMMKOTION
Iiuiwt lu Oaiiiu:
,.Vi) i iu. Mail,
trrWiiiKin M Lciil if (l a m i C'iilcrKi), 1 W p.ik, ,
'oiiiiut-ilii ir at ill1 ii itnd liiV.nuaiii fi r Olucn
uatl. I.ouKville, lnillanaolit and paiPta Baat,
I p. 111. Fimt &t. liouia) utitl
Wl'htfl Tl KxirM,
Arrlvlna lu St I.oul 8:1! p. ui.. and rouLectli
for all puiuta Weal.
3:.'JS v. in.. l''uajt Kxprea,
For St. Lou I and Chicago, arriving at Ht. Loi
i'M p.m., and Chicago :i0 a. m.
M:35i.m Cincinnati Kii.rta.
Airlvlue at Cincinnati T:U0 a. m. ; l.ouiatllle 9 S
a. in. ; Iudlanapollx 4.0& a. in. I'nseeLgera b
thia tram reach the alu.va poiLt 1U to 30
UOL'li.s, in a.lvatico of any other rente.
tiTTha 8::li p. m. expruaa liaa I'ULI.MAN
HonEl'lKd t'AH from Cairo to flucluiiall. wltB
out chHngu. and through alcepur Vi bt. I.oilr
Fast Tirno Kast.
I'-lvsif-II T4 I'u "ii line go throtiKu to Katl.
I (13 . Cllt l a eta point without aoy dt.ay
:aueed ) Miiudav Intervening. The Hatarday altar
mon tra.u fioui Cairo arrive. In new York Monday
nnrlilug at 10::ij. Thlrtj-aix hour. It advauctul
n- other rouie,
VVVo through tlcketa at.d furttiei itituiintlc
).piyat Illliiola Central Kallroad llepot, Cairo.
S. U. JON KB, Tickut Agebt
i. II. HANSON. Onn. Fat. Agent. Chlcairo
It. II. TIME CAKD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CKNTHAL H. K
Tralni depart. Train arr've.
Mail (la. rt. ( til nil. :..
tKxpref 8:3!) p. m. tExpreea l(l:J5 a. an.
tSl Louli Ex l.TJap. in. I rt. L. Mall .,..4:W p. au
I tSt Lonla El :4op. a,
I. c. H. R (Southern Division)
rMall 4:4n.m I tN. O. Ex. ..10:45 a. .
t.N.li. Ex u;.')a in. ItN.O. Knit Ki:-vp u.
tAccom.. 2 35 p.m.
rT. I.. A I. M. It. K.
ttxiiree M::jfip,m. I tExpree S:10p, a,
tst L. ilall ... 8:0 p.m. tst.L Mail. . .6:) a m.
tSt. L. hx :".' a. m j ft. L. Ex.. 6 111 p. aa.
U W., HT. L. 4 ! K. K.
.Mall A x 4:10a.m. Mall & Ex . t.DOp.
4:(K) p.m. 'Acconi ...... ,IO::i a.m.
4i a.m. I KrulKbt o.4r p.n
M'iMILK OHIO K. H.
Mall !:J'.m, I Mall 4-ICp.Bj.
Expreti )l:d a.ro Expr lOlCp a.
TrtAS 4 hT. I.0UIK K. II.
St I.. Tc -. Kx9 VOp.m I St L. A Tex. Ex 11 15 a
ChivV'lVx Ex..l0:-J5a.m. Chi & Tex Ex la a
Dally except Snpday. t Dull.
TIM IS CAKLI
AKKIVAL AND DEPAKTUKK OF HAlLS.
Arr at j Deu i
P. O. j Ta I'C
I. C K. l.(:t.roui!b Iock nia:i). o a. in.
...6 a. m.
...4 p. m
S p. is
tt P. m.
II a n.
. " (Southern Ulv
Iron Mountain it. H
Waliaeh It K
Tcxaa it St. I.oui. It. H..
Ht. L -mil A CMm U. K...
ril.1,. .. .
..a p. ui
J p. m
UI., l.lai.p afplvea Wed . Sat A Man
" departa Wed , t'ti. 4 Hon.
P (). een del. op n from 7:8()am to7:;l() pa
P.O. Fiox (!!. o,.v.r from 8 a. m toft), m.
Stintlayi Kvc. del. open lrotn....8a. m. to 10. bj.
Sutiila'va linx del. open from. ...8 a. m. tc l(i:.')0ai
r.N'OTE.Chani;e will !' puhltahed (rota
lime to time in city paper, t'natige your rardt
Cordliik'ly. WM.M. MUKf'IIV P. M
THE LIGHT RUNNING
THE ONLY SEWING MACHINE .
THAT GIVES . J
r HAS NO EQUALJ
SEWING MACHINE CO
30 UNION SQ.N.Y. CHICAGO ILL.
8T. LOUIS MO. ATLANTA GA.
gl FO R S ALE BY tr
NEW HOME H. M. O.,
li'UOllvoHl,, ST. LOCIB.MO.
Uvent, Itu-laanv and Trndc-Miirli aocttred, kud
all cither pati-M raitava in tho I'alunt Ofllco and
hel'oro tha Court promptly anil curufully attended
Upon rocclt't nf moili'l erakotrh of lnnllon, !
nuika rnrnfnl examltintlnn, and advlau a to
piit.'tilHliliilv Kreo nf ChnriM,
KHKIM MODHU TK, tit" I tiiafcdNOariAKOB
UNLESS PATENT IS HKCUKICD Inlorinatloa,
advtcoaud apne a! refer-ticca tout on application
.1. It. LITTK.LL, WaiulUKtoo, I), U.
Near U. H, Talent Ufflct,
w f ) IX
00 o CP O O QO S