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TUB DAILY 0A1KU BULLETIN: TUESDAY JlOKNLNrt JUNE 3, 1884.
The Daily Itoliqiiih
Pi.iiy, one year jy '
tiiu una niouiu
f 18 00
IShliV, wm - y
one year. -
unhMahrdoTi'ty Monday noon.
Metlm" perjr. fl.50. 1'oiiaipi In .11 case,
pn-paid . IJiylRIABLT IN 1DVANCK.
lt romintiiilcatiou should, be address ed to
to E. A. Bl'RS HIT,
Publisher and Proprietor.
WIT AND Ul'.MOir.
r,!obnri speaks of tin buttonne
anufacttiriTs s n grout titul rrnvin
What is lailiter? JtUs :i scientist.
It is tin; futiml that you lieur when your
hat blows off.
We suspect that tlu? reason why so
many youuff men are so fresh is be
cause they eati nut etini their own salt.
"Where would we be without wo
man?" kod :i writer. We would bo
all rijrhl; hut the Utile pug dog
where would it be?
Tilings one would rather have, left
unsaid-r Dearest friend (admiring the
new portrait) '"How sweet! How
charming! How pretty! And yet so
A Connecticut man had to entertain
his own mother and his wife's mother
for a week at lhe same time, and he
says ho is now ready to join any show
as a l:on-t:tnier.
Mistress to new cook;
and Saturdays 1 shall
with you." New cook:
mum; but whose a goiu'
basket the other days, mum.''
A Louisville lady has sued for a di
vorce, asserting that her husband has
not done any work for fourteen years.
There are s.'ine women who want a
man to be on the jump all the time.
What will the earning woman
go to market
to carry the
mii magazine. If
ghe's anything like t!
and vou take her won lot" It, s!ie
have "absolutely notiiinj: to wear."
"No," said Sylvia, ' Hat tic would
not admit thM "s!ie had young Mr.
Bonnifaee at li r fee!, ihou-Ji lie is a
singularly hami-ome man and very
popular. Vo:i see lie is a chhopodist."
.Stylish young la lies are wearing lit
tle gold kangaroos on their wateli
chains. Oh! the artful things. The
moment a man sees a kangaroo he
can't help remembering that it is leap
The iii:'ii who can thoroughly enjoy
himself at a fahi'nable reception alter
dl-coverim: that the bow of his white
tie is under his I.-ft ear is superior to
the pomps and vanities of this wicked
An inquirer aked: "How can I tell
classical music?"' That is easy enough.
When you hear anybody applaud and
look relieved after the piece is finished,
then yuii can know that it is strictly
When a young lady encourages a fel
low f'jr two or three years and then
tudden'y turns around and tells him sho
never can be more than a sister to him,
he can for the first time see freckles on
It doesn't at all elevate the spirits or
increase the general happiness, of the
rural Ethiopian who boats carpets for a
living to learn that the people in his
neighborhood are about to discard
carpets and take to stained floors.
It's a pretty ditlieult thing for a high-
school girl to tiiink of .something to say
when slie goes to write a composition
but as soon as she gets out ol school
and while on the way home she can
say a whole newspaper full without
"Yes, John is a little .wild, and I'm
somewhat afraid of him ; but he's got a
good run of trade, and wc can't dis
charge him very well. Tell you what
let s do. lake him into the linn, and
I guess he'll lie glad to get out in less
than six months,
A cure for spring fever which works
..... 1 1 -. i . . i . . .
f.ee,iiiHiuy wiui a man is to nave a
young woiuau with her features con
ceak-d bv a veil speak to him on the
street, lie 11 frget all about beimr
tired and follow her miles if necessary
. - . .1. .-l : c i ... "
iu ctiu.ii u gmupbu oi tier iaee.
i.T ': . ..i.ii,
ii is uott acuiou, says an ox
change, "that a newly-married lady-
ceases to be a bride and becomes
. . . 1 . .. .. .:e ...I i .
himpiy u w ue wneri she n as sewed a
button on her husband's clothes." It
is this fact that makes us such happy
people. The country is full of brides.
An Irish bride regards it as an ill
omen to rise before the- sun on her
wedding day. Her husband may inter
pose no objection to such a supersti
tion on that day, but after marriage bo
regards it an ill-omen if she doesn't
rise before the sun and wrestle with
the fire and the breakfast.
"H'if you wish to spoil a good boy
send 'lm to college," remarked Feath-
erstono. w hose son had just returned
from a course of instruction in
Oermany. "Kre's Charles; just back
from the continent you know: What
does 'c amount to? 'K went to 'Eidcl
berg, h'und that accounts for 'is lazi
ness." Congressman "What is that, sir?-'
Waiter "That is a small bottle of
whisky, bah, and a glass of watah,
sah." Congressman "I did not order
it." Waiter "No, sah; I thought
you might want it." Congressman
(angrily) "What I w ant I will order."
Waiter "All right, sah; beg your
pardon. Will remove it at once, sah."
Waiter throws out the water.
A whito squall caught a party of
tourists moving across a lake in Scot
land, and threatened to capsize- tho
boat When it seemed that tho crisis
was really como, the largest and
physically strongest of the party, in a
state of intense- fear, said, "Let us
pray." "No, no, my man," shouted
tho bluir old boatman; "let that little
man pray; you take an oar."
' "I hope," she said to the new boy in
Behool, "that you do not iudulgo in tho
wicked and filth v habit of smoking
cigars?" "Naw, replied the new boy
ill & burnt tif ,ii,ittil 1 i ail ft ri irirninn n
clay-pipo and home niggcrhead tobacco
when you want mo to'enjoy comfort.
None o' your fancy smokes for mo."
And then she knew that tho now boy
used to dork on a vall.lJurildte.
Mr. do Urowno "May wo ask in
what direction you Indies are goingP"
First Young Lady "Wo aro going to
look at somo poor people's dwellings
near here." Algernon (aghast) "Just
fancy! Oh! 1 couldn't manage
'slumbering.' I shouldn't bo wido
enough awake, you know." Socond
Younj; Lady "Ah! 'Slum'-bering ia
more in your line, then."
"I say," said a railroad brakcnian
running into a depot restaurant, "tho
forward trucks of my car havo slipped
oil' the rails. Have you got a piece of
iron auywhero nbout that wo could uso
for a lever?" "I don't believe I havo."
replied the proprietor. "What's this?"
asked tho brakemau trying to lift
something from tho counter. "That's
sponge cake." "Well, 1 guess it will
do if it isn't too brittle. 1 will bring it
back in a minute."
An old fellow living in a "back
county" of Arkansaw found a lot of
eggs, and thinking they were the pro
duct of the turtle, boiled and ato them.
About the time he was liuishing his re
past, a friend camo up and said:
"Great Lord, Jim, do you kuow what
you're eatin'?" "Yes; eatin' turtle
eggs." "No, they aint. They aro
snake eggs." "Well," swallowing tho
last one, "it's too late to quit. Next
time I'll bo more particular.
"My dear, said a Mormon wife to
her husband, "I should think that you
would bo ashamed of yourself, llirtinw
with that Miss 11. as you did in church
to-day." "Flirting with her?" he re
plied in astonishment, "why wo have
been engaged lor more than threo
months. It s all over town." "Oh, I
beg your pardon," said his wife in-
diriorenlly. "If you aro engaged to
her, I suppose it is all right. When
does the happy event occur?" rhila
iwo ladies moving in tho highest
circles of Washington society, during:
a friendly meeting on tho street, got
to quarreling about their age, and used
very strong language toward each
other. At last, as if to end the dispute,
one of them turned away, and said in
a very conciliatory tone of voice: "Let
us not quarrel over tho matter any
more. I, at least, havo not tho heart
to do it. I never know who my mother
was; sho deserted me when a baby,
and w ho knows but that you may have
been the heartless parent?"
ai its. rit.vNiv hi;sLii:.
Her Foillieoiiiioi! 'Marriage with Hie
Miiiquist do Leuville.
Monday Evening, June 2, 1884.
A heavy rain set in this morning early
and lasted almost without intermission, all
day. The rain was not entirely unwelcome,
still it could have been spared a few days
without being greatly missed.
The market shows little if any change
since last week. None for the better; the
mouthopDsJwith nearly all leading articles
FLOUR We noto fair stocks and but
little demand outside the local trade.
Prices as aiulo are unchanged.
HAY The demand is light for choice
and fancy; low grades will not sill at any
price. Stocks of all kinds are large.
CORN Mixed is in good supply and
orders are slack. Choice white is scarce
and in actire request.
OATS Tho market may be called over
stocked and very dull. Sales are only in a
MEAL Steady and firm with demand
in excess of supply.
BRAN Steady and rather quiet.
BUTTER Dead dull and market glut
ted. Shippers should hold off or expect
disappointment in their account sales.
EGGS Prices hold firm and range ac
cording to condition and packages, lOJ to
CHICKENS No spring chickens are
coining. We note a fair demand for choice
STRAWBERRIES Receipts are falling
off and fancy berries command high prices
Sales and Quotations.
N OTIC. The prices nere iriven arc for sales from
Brut hands In round lots. An advance la
charged for broken Intern OUlnaorders.
1' 0 bills extra Fancy
400 bbls various grades,
100 bids rancv
ijoo bbls choice
......J 5036 00
8 cars gilt edge small bale.,
1 car prime
1 car inlied
5 cars choice
Scars choice white In bulk....
8 cars choice mixed In bulk....
i cars In bulk
1 cars choice Northern
Frank Leslie, tho charming young
widow of tho great publisher whoso
name sho bears and whoso property
she controls, was visited the other day
by a reporter nt her olliee in Park place
with a view to learning what arrange
ments she is making for the forthcom
ing marriage with the Marquis do lu
viile. It will be remembered that the
engagement was publicly announced
some months ago. When tho reporter
entered Mrs. Leslie was sitting at her
desk, which was piled tip with papers,
letters, proofs, and general mercantuo
bric-a-brac. She was attired in a close
lilting costume of black silk; gems rep
resenting respectable fortunes glisten
ed in her cars and ou her lingers.
I can not tell just uoon what dato
our marriaL'O is to take mace, sue
said. "1 limst bide my tiiuo until tho
condition of my business here assumes
such shape as to permit the changes
which would naturally follow such a
"Do you propose, then, to make any
alterations in the general government
or policy of your house?"' asked tho
None whatever, so far as the sys
tem and conduct of aflairs are concern
ed; but vou know that in my new life
1 shall be compelled not involuntarily,
however to divide my attention be
tween my business and my husband.
Wlnie 1 am not as yet Ucciueu as to
the exact dale of our marriage, I may
say that it will occur within a very
'Will the Marquis do Leuvillo as
sume any part in the control ol your
lie wiil not. He is not a business
man, and would probably make a bad
mess of mercantile allairs. no is an
artist and a ioot. lie is the author of
works in throe different languages
French, English, and Italian and
these he speaks so perfectly that you
could not d:seovor his nationality from
his accent. II ; is, besides, a lino paint
er, and has sent several of his sketches
to tho 11 ton art exposition. He is
also a "mod musician, but even with
all these accomplishments ho has no
aptitude for business affairs."
Are you contemplating nn elabor
ate weddinir reception? the reporter
"Well, 1 presume we shall proba
bly have a line ohureh wedding.
Mrs. Leslie handed the reporter a let
ter, which hhe had received from Mgr.
( and, convoying his hearty good
wishes for her future, and congratulat
ing her upon her good fortune in seem
ing so eligiole a husband. Mirr. Canel
ami tac .Marquis lie l.euville wore inti
mate friends in Paris, and it was thero
that Mrs. Leslie met the eminent divine
last year, through the introduction of
the marquis. She was asked by tho re
porter what hT programme was with
regard to tho wedding tour.
"1 have made none,'' she replied. "I
shall probably take a house in this city
and continue in control of my business.
In the fall I shall go on a trip of com
bined business and pleasure to Cali
fornia. I shall take with me somo of
my artists, ami will of course bo ac
companied by the marquis. In Decem
ber 1 go to New Orleans. During my
travels 1 intend to make notes of what
I seo and hear, which I shall writo out
for publication upon my return."
The reporter took occasion to inquire
of Mrs, Leslie whether sho knew any
thing of the conversiou of Mrs. Ilaui
nn rsh y, the publication of which cre
ated so much excitement in society
circles a week ago. Sho said that sho
was acquainted with Mrs. Hammersloy
but knew of none of the details of tho
conversion. Referring to her congratu
latory letter fruiu Mgr. Cnpel, sho said,
laughing: "Juj.1 suppose this kind let
ter was the initiatory step in a move
ment on his pari to convert mo.
Wouldn't it bo funuv?"
No. 2 HcJ, per lm ...
No. 3 Mcdilerauean.
500 Mils City on
400 bbls City
orders 3 10
30") nouDds choice Northern Dairy 1822!
40 pounds choice Northern 80
H ie pounds Southern Ills l-'-4S15
W00 pounds country 1 14410
300 doz.Hu (In case)..
6 10 dozen in boxes.
S in al
15 coops choice hens,.
10 coops mixed
5 coops mixed
.3 0OS3 25
.4 751 W
75 cratee common -
flo era! e choice
100 cia'cD, faucy
Ne- potatoes, per bbl...,
String beans, per box....
l'eaiju, pur box
. 2 Mft3 oo
..1 0tSl 20
..1 Ocfiil 50
Oranges 5&5 00
Unions 3 50&4 00
Lou'suna 4 6025 00
Peach Blow per bush, seed
fcarly nose pur uusn...
I otatoes per not.
.1 vm 00
3 0OS5 00
I, A HI).
it A' US OH' HlKIUii i
(Irani Iav Flour
tycwi. ' yew I. l)!)l.
Men phis I-H IS '-''
v Or cairn '- a o
ft ',f fl "
4 !t'U b I
4 TVrt, S H
i T rt
7 r.mn, il '(
8. C. Hams .
SALT y EATS.
,- . v Orleans, it
Helena, Arlt.. UA
lll.....ifi Ulln U''
Vlrkshurir. Prumess llouso t per cwt,
All other way points below Memphis to New Or
leans, same rates as to Kltneston
This porous pUntor Is
abnolufc'ly bat eTcr
made, conibiniug tlx
Tlrtues of hul "i"1
Burnt balsam and ex
tract. It power U wonderful In curing dlsea where
other plaster simply relieve. Crick la th Hack and
Neck, Tain in the Sale or Liniba, SUA Joints and Muscle,
Kidney Troubles, Kheumatlstn, Neuralgia, Hons Chest,
Atrectioiu of the Heart and UTer, and all iialiu or aches
In my part cursu miuuitiy ny tne imp t'lutttr, I T Try
il. rncoga cenis or life lor 11.0O.
Mailed on receipt of prlco. Bold by
all Urutttists and country etorus.
Hop 1 latter Company,
Proprietors, Boston, llaaa.
yKur cniU)ttliiu, loss ot appetite and disease of tha
tmweki tslto H" ley's Slum vh and l.lTcrltlK tieenta,
In the blood is apt to show it-elf In the Spring,
and nature should by "11 means be ssis ed in
throwing it off. Swift's Specillc doe f iis effective
ly. It is a purely vegetable, non-pol-onou" rem
edy, which helps" nut lire to lorce all the (.oljon or
taint out throuy'i ihc pores of the skin.
Mr. Robert A. Kaxluy, of Dickson, Tenn.. writes
under date of March Hi, 1SS4: "I had chill and
fever, followed bv rheumatism, for three year, so
that I was not able to atteud to my business; had
tr ed almost every kind of medicine, and f nnd
nore'lef A frlund recommended Swift's Specillc.
I tried one bottle and my health began to Improve.
continued ui til I had taken six hour s, and it
has set nie on my feet, as sound aud as well as
ever. I recommend it lo all similarly alllictod."
Letters from twenty-three (2i) ol the leading re
tail druti;its of Atlanta say, tin erilate March 24
184: "We cell more of Swift's Specific than any
other oue remedy, aud three to ten times as much
as any other h ood medicine. We sell It to all
clas ci, and many of the best families use It ai a
general health tonic."
I am sure that Swift's Specific saved my life. I
was terribly poisoned with ma aria. and was given
up to (lie. Swift's Specillc relieved me prompllv
and entirely. I tiiink It the neatest remedy of
C. (i. SPENCER,
Sup't (las Works, Home, (ia.
I have known aud used Swift's Specific for more
than twenty years, ted have teen mi rt; wonderful
results from lis use than from auy rem dy lu or
out of the Pnarinacopn'ia. Ills a certain and sun
antidote to all sorts of Blood Poison.
J DICKSON SMITH. M D.
Our Treatise on Blood and SKln )leea( s mailed
free to applicants.
TUB SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
Urawei 3, Atlanta, (ia.
N. Y. Office, tr,!l W. '23d St , bet. Wh A Tth Avs.
i nCM-rena j
For Sale bv
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Manufacturer and Dealer In
. 1 05
2V4 bushel burlaps..
& bushel '
Peaches, halves aud quarters
OK u 074
iuuice inuuiuni g t0J 71
6th Street, between Com'l Ave. nud Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OF AMC.MTION.
Safes Reaalred. All Klnd ( Keys Made.
II I I
I C J "1 tVC OUTOF ORDER.
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Shortest and Quickest Konte
St. Louis and Chicago.
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lOtn July, 181 and end pith September. Have
proved of signal u.c, -lHt. to students who design
to pursue their studies at this or other Law School ;
M. to those who propose to read privately: ana 3d,
to practioners wno nave nui nau tue advantage oi
systematic Ins'ruclion. eor rircular address (P.O
UniTersltyol Va.) to John B. Minor, I n. I. Com
and Stat. Law. x'.-im
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ftdvtirt iHi'iiittnt run in
r, " I n ri
guinea w mil m;i,v tlmtthcro in lun-vni
m-aW-t. circulars iviniii.
Eum Mkihi aHJo., hilllill'
On t ho mntrary, tti(;lvrl ist-rn Hni
nrftl. InttTi-stnl iit-(iiih iiifiy (.'Tt
urn tiy ml ln'H-mt;
a favorite BriaerlDtlon or on orin
Boatnotl and iuccessful specialists In theU;
Inow reilrwli for Ihficnreof AT rfoJ IeMlith
)lo,l Manhood, Wtaknrn i and lie eau. eul
Inplatn settled vu veloperea. UtuggUts uau All (
Addrm DR. WARD A CO., Louiiiinj, Mo.
Coon 10 to 85
Vtnk .. 10 to 45
Bed Fox ) (hq
Wild Cut..- - 10 to Si
Beaver per pound...,. .. .. 5o to li 50
Otter m ?5to0io
Opossum .... t to II
Bear - 1 00 to 0 oo
Calf, Oreen j
Dry Flint cholcs is
Dry 8tlt 1
Hreen Salt 6
Plum Oreen a e
Sheep Pelts, dry - - iku,50
Sheep Pells, green I VitT5
Damaged Uldei.,.... ..M...... ol
)K. II. H. KANK, of Hi U. gulnrry
llomt), now offtrit n Kftnedy wherein
any out ra ruri hlmlrUirVtT Mil pttnlfsiitlr. Kor titlmi
!! ft nil ertfttitmrnt'ti! inmi ftinn
innt iiifi.llr.l iii.n.Ai..K'llr.M
kkOH, .., M.U.,1II0I alius bU,.n lurHllf.
The Weekly Bulletin.
617 St. Chirks St.
ci two medical
A rofrnlnr Crnrlnnto
coUeire". Iia-i been ImiLrei eni?:iued in the treat
meiit of I lironic Nervm m. Kliin an,l
Hlooil Ulseae. tlian iinv ntlier i liy-ii lan In
t-t. I.nuls. as cliv rmiK r show ami all ild resi
dents know. ( 'oustiltatlnu at ortlce or by mall,
free and Invited. A friendly t.ilk or Ills onlnlon
eosts nocliliiK. When It Is i.ieni.venlent tovlsit
the city for treatment, medicines ran lie sent
by manor express everywheie, t nrable ease,
liuarantepii ; w here doubt ei'.stj l'- It trankly
stated, tailor rite.
Nervoa Prostration, Belililty, Mental and
Vhyslcal Weaknsss, Hsrrgilal and othsr
affect Inns of Throat, Kklnand Bones, Blood
ImpurltUs and Blond Poisoning, Skin After-
Hons, Old Korea and fleers, Impediment to
Harrises. Bhsumatlsra, Piles. Special at;
tent Ion to cases from orsr-worke hraln.
Kt'BfilCAL CASES recelva special attention.
Blseasei arising from Imprudence Kiessses,
Indulgences or Exposures,
It Is self-evident that a phyiielan flying
particular attention to a claof caeb attains
treat (kill, ami physicians Inreitular praetiee
all over llie cnuntry unowinir mi-, iren enuy
recommend eaes to the oldest olliee p A merf-
ea. wliere everv known Biitillanee Is ie.-4irtec
to, anr the prove,! irood rem'di ' of al.
ages and countries are un-d, A whole hense H
li.ed f.irotlli e purposes, and all are treateii with
skill In a re' pee I fill manner ; and, know.ntf
What todo, iioexpcrlmentsare made, t.n ..c
cmint of the ureal number nuplylnr. the
nlLr., ri kerit Iiim,'. nrteti lower thill! fs oe-
n.kn.l.'il hv others. If von secure the kl 1 Mid
get aspee.lv and perr, e't life cure, that a vhe
liniiort.'int iuatler. Pauilihlet, 3C Page. S;Ut
to any addreai free.
nur iinnniirr omnr i ?0.)
plates. imAnniAuc uuiulipagls
Kleirant cloth and pllt blndiuir. Healed for 50
cent In postaireor currency. Over lllly w.m.
derl'ul pen pictures, true to life, articles on the
fiillowlnir subjeets: W ho may marry I wnon if
wiivv Penm-r nvein nmrrv. V h" marry tl r -1
Maiihoo.l, Womanhood. Physical decay. N no
should marrv. How life ami happlnesi may oe
lncren-ei. 1 hose married or conteini iiui.i
n.nrn I, it. shnlllil rfml It. ItOUellt to ll TO 1
bv all a.lult persons, then kept under lock a i l
kev, Popular edition, same as above, but paper
cover and iw pact's, ceuti L' mall, if wioue'
or pobtatf e.
Mi, Uri B
85 S. Clark St., Opp. Court House, CHICAGO.
A rri!r(rra'l'iato. yT1io Oldest Hpeclallst
In ttm Linte l Stale", Whose ui t. !-"' iai kiiii .m k,
perfect icllind and pure uiedicine in-nre M'j.hi.v
and I'KKMssknt cfttl of all Private Chronic and
Korvriiia lli.clKi.ft. A if net ions of the JIIimmI, Mkln.
Kidneys, llladdt-r, Ki-iiptlns. I leers, Old
norm, nweiiinir i " s.iiiim", i-". . uij
'I'hroiit. Hone, Pains, pcrmaneutiy cured aud
eradicated irom the silem lor life.
UrninilO TtrhiUty, Impnlntfti,Snnlial
libit I UUd iMKW, X jch ii I I'rrny, MvnUtl
and l'lujuical lfenkui-M, Failing Mnnnry,
H'ctii V.ijm, Stuiitrd Devrlopmrnt, Jijxdi-
tnntts to MnrridW, rtr., from crmtsrs or any
cmw. w-rtWil. Kdffli and pnintiiij Larnl.
a j-Vnniii. M lilille-Aired and (Mil men. and al)
who need ni. ilical klll and c x perlence, consult
lit. Until at unco. II is opinion cost n"llnnir. and may
save futnro niiM-r' and nhame. When iucoiivmiient
tnvimt Ihiicitvl.irtreatinent. medicine can lie sent
everywhere Py mail t etpreu I'ree from ohi-r.
vallon. -lt isself-eviilout that a jihysician wlio
Rives lii-i vliolo atteniion to a clai-s nl niseanes at-
tuhi. iri'iMt, sLIII.nml nil v-ici una tlimilL'hotlt tllO
country, ktmwit.'rthis, fri.quentlv reconiinendditticult
.ID. m ilia ,tiiiuM,. M,.f.if,iit. hv wlmm every
k.tiu'. ..n,.ilu In i,h.-i1. .3Ur. ltatfl'S
Agts and Kxperlenco maVo his opinion nf u
preme Imi.ortitnce, j"-Thom who call sen no
onaliuttlio lloctor. ('onsulutionsfreetiniUueretlly
conOdenllnl. Casnswhicli have failed inolitaminn
relief eUevflicre. ciiecmlly solicited. Female. Iiis
easea treated, fall nr write. Jlonis. from 1 to 4
to Hi Sundays. 1 to Vi. OUluK 10 1IEA1.1U
sent Ynv. i:. AililrexHasabovo.
I'ho Onlv I-iine Huiium'
Making Dirkot Connkction
I'llllKS I.H.vr I l.i.;
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rrivlii(4 In St . Lonis i) im a ri ; t'uu "ii;ii, "i , n
mi! i eiinc st 'tili.-i and K IV t rluim lor ' n.''
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1 HI. l-'llHt
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AriU'ni! in M I imi. i;
(or all points U'e-i.
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rVr i. I ouls an I CMrairn,
lo.l.i p. in , ami I'liii to" i
JO a. in.
-l." i. in Cincinnati K x presH,
Atrlvinir at riroinnati ;:'SI a. in l.oiiisyilli i-.'.A
a m ; li ilianaiio in i:, a in. Piis-ei.Berh
inie irain reai n ino ao ve piiiiila 1 to
liiil'liM in advance of any oilier ruute.
rflrThn S:-" a. m. eipres lias PCI. I. MAN
Suhlil'iMi CAU (rum l ain) In ( liicluuall, wild
out t h;itii;i s, ai d throi.;h rli cper to St. Lou:
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ii "7 iuib inn- j;u inroo1. ii r ai.
I " trn points without anv de,a
-anstd by .Sunday iMerveiiiiii:. The Saturday alter
innn train frmu Cblrn arrives In new York Monday
norniiiE at Ki;:ii. TUiriy-six hours in advanreoi
at other route.
lf"For ilinuith tickets and fn-lmr information
ipllyat Iiltnoir CeMral Kaflrnad Depot. Cairo.
J. II. Jtl KS, '1 irael A, nt
A. U. HANSON, (ten. Paa. Anent. Cnlcazo
U. I!. TIMI-: ( AUD AT CA1UO.
hu. lil liuDTH Ci.ar Sr.. i:nlcwn It-
lsbllah.il 1MI ,liillll Irulln sll Pit-
vsW, Hsrvou, eunibte sud Hpsclsl aif
ris.i.a-wrmstirhi-'s, laipfitrncy iieiusl
lni-sisrlto, Ki'l-isl ai..t..s. vie. v.io-
iiltMt l.,n -Mr.iin.llv. nr lT Irtttr free.
Pr. Ka Is tin nir -ih-lrln In Hi
rll iii.t wsmntR car or Bo lis. S3S
pl UlutnUd baak.STM l.eue ii,KilUuai, II mall.
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1' ::o a.m.
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.10: :ti a.m.
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Wi'JIII.K 4 Oil t It. It.
.Mall 5:V, a.m. I Mall
Dally except sut' ay. t Daily.
AUIIIVAL AND DKPAHTUHE OF MAILS.
A:r al I Dep're
P. It. fui PC
I. C. K. li (il.routih lock ma'!). 5 a. in.
" (wsv main
" (Sonlhern Diy
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Miss l;iv :r artlvc Wed , sat
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Sundays Ken. "'el. open Irom.
fttilKiavs l.oX lie!, open from
isir-NO'l E. -Chun.' s i;i
time to time in ( lly papers, t'haiire vonr canfs ac
cordingly. rt'M. M. .MCKI'IIV. P. M
4 :io p m.
. p. m.
in p. m.
7 p. m.
5 p. in.
at A .Mon.
. . 7 : :ai am to7:31 jmi
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, a. m. to In a. m.
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Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
0):aiiizi'(l Dt'cenibcr, lfiliU, I'nder lie
Law of 1851.J.
Successor to Widows upd Orphaus Muin il Aid So
ciety, o-KAiitzcd .Inly 4th, is,,, under
the laws of I87i.
.1011 N n. ItOlllNSON..
W.M. SI HAl'i' N
.1. A. (iOLitSTlNK
C W. II D MM
... Vice Prtnldenl
Whose ileblllly, exhausted
niiwrri. lireuialuru tlcfitv
t.'Ts. and failure to perform lilV.
A tlullva properly are enured by
( W cxee.-ses. errors of youth.
Vl Ll will rind a perfect and liistiim
nnrl vliriiroiis mtitiliiMiil in
TUP MARfiTON BOLUS.
Xo.tTier Hiiiiiuii'h druiruiuif nor
intruinenta. This l real nmnt of
Nervous lleblllty and
.... r..1 l,....nu l.i,...il nn ncrfect lllllirnosis.
new ii od Ulri el melhods and absolute, Hi or.
iiqhii-K. run iiiioriiuu Km ii-
Ail'IrcxBl "insult inn I'hysieian of
MARST0N REMEDY CO., 46 W.14th St., NewYork.
BOARD OF IflRLCTOKs fou I.-t YEAR.
Wm. Strattou, Stratlon A Bird, tro-ier". Cairn, III.,
J. A. (tuidstlne. oftlolili'line A lioseitwater. hole
sale and ret ill urv K"inil;C. V. Dnniiini;. M. I).;
Pres. ltd. Med tfx., for I neions; Albert Lewis.
I commission merchant: .1. II. Hobinson, couniv
HntlL'e an notary public; Wm. F. Pitcher, com.
irokcr und luuranco annt; It. 11 Lnird, city
stieel snperviHor; M. I'h.llli s, carpiiiter nutl htilld
er; 'I homas Lewis, attorney and secretary ; F..V.
Pierce. aliornevit-law, DuOuoin III. jr.. lace
cashier of Centennial HaiiK, Ashley, III. ; Albert
Havilen, cashier ol Oeorire Conne.ly t o , spring
field. I I ill. M vlunn, nltorney-at-law, IM Baa-
dolph elreet, Clilcuuo; Ilou. Kobt.A. Hatcher, ftt-tomev-at
law, Charleston. Mo ; II. Lelghton,
cashier First National HauU, Stuart. Iowa.
iTIionssnils ofcsirs nf HiTvoot n.lilhly, m.n.
tiu anil li.l''sl wnsknr... lust itisiilio.nl, iit
vou. tirustrstlnll. tlis rv.illls of 1ii'tL''i.rl"liii
liiriM.1 ur sny rsii.r.cuitil liv N E R V I T A
Stronir fslih tlist II wlllniro.wy fsw pnimpuiiia tessinllu
ny itifftrpr trlsl pscksiri'
an rci'slut nl 12 cult lm I
r..L.,'le. ns.10.OU. I
Uua ail, omcsf u, iu
"Anakesis " r5A '2nd7 1
an inraliUiU run for Piles.
Price 91, at dnifrplsts, or
sent prepaid 17 mall, sample
oss. Ail. "aSakesis '
I BEfOREt-AND afTERl
Electric Appllar.ee an lent on 30 Dayi' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNQ OR OLD,
WHO are surTerlnir from Nsrvoos Pibtlitt,
Lost Vit.i.itt, Lick or Nsava Foari sso
Viuoa, WisTiso Watssassas. and all those illsease
of a PsnaossL N.tih nsultlnir from A Bins and
titiisa Cacsss. Siiwly relief and complete resto
ritlon of llmi.TH A luoa and Manhood iHhraNtiid.
The Kramleit discovery of the Nineteenth Century.
Hand at unca for llluitrated Pamphlet free. Address
VOlTAie HIT CO., MAH8HAU, MICH. '
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