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THE DAILY 0AI11O BULLETIN: SATURDAY MOUNiyO, FEBRUARY 17 183.
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(.I1FAT FAVISO UfYISO DOLLAR Siai.
ltsri.li and l.isiir.g lr.r;iance has maile tins
delightful jwrlume exceedingly popular, there.
In not hi si sc like It . liiMtt uion having Flohes
Ton Colocne and loak for signature of
ou every kotu. Any dnipirltl or dJw La iMfrfumtr
on supply rm. fs ind t c.nt ili.s.
LAttiiR PAVINfJ Bl'TI.Ml tit. m.t.
WR will iv thf nhnrn rwnd kinf ctuf t.lvrrompttlnl1
Iy(iiikt hh k II. ft'l st'lin, liiPiif it i .n, ',(1i tiiilffi nr rilvsni!U,
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n r fall o ?'c lt'l. it' ii f"-,r- V. i,t, 1, . ry I oiit ih.u
lamlUK m r', 'JU ritr, V ta'r I v nil An -:tu. k.l t t.f
ratinUrf.lU ttvlU'i.M T't r " ft' .fett.rp, :.!
John vi.-r ., i-i it w. u,nv. m ( tf.i,!
KeaSth is Wealth !
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Ua ii C. West's Nkktr and Huaim Tiu'at.
sir.xr. iriii.nmhmd PM-oilia (or HvsliTin. ldvi.
nwm, ('oimileii, rit. Nnrvnim Nnurnlina,
Hnnilldin, NernniB Priwtriititm cimwd I y thv invt
of alcohol or IoInwoo. Vk. fulness, MctiUd 1M.
inw,i(m.Hnfl'iiiiisfof tli llriiiii rtultni in ire
MHtiity nnd Htditiu to miHcry, (lerny ami tiifith,
1'rwriiritnro OU A'. JtarreutuiKS, U of owur
in mtlior wx, Involuntary rtrnl rliwrmiit.
rrhra crutwHl byori'Mixorlien ef tliphraill.aelf
StbuiNtvr ori.r-iniliilirPiion, Kirch but contnins
intnonlh'i tnvitini'iiL 11.10 a Iwix.ur six boxiw
fort-'iaUJ.wdit li) mini irviii(lun rtswipt of price,
iVJ ;I AHA Ti:r. HIX KOXEH
Tuouro imy enu. With cncli order roooivorl by n
for aix bnx.1. iii-cMiiiunii'l with 1'i.nt, w will
Mud thepiiirhuHi'r our wiiMkii jfuanmt" to ro.
fund Use rnorify if th trtittiinl dKs uutorTuttt
euro, liuanuilot iaauoj laiib by
1 1 AUK Y W. HCinJII,
pruguUt. Cor. Cuuiumlal av, A ltftb t Culro.
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OATOHINQ A SHARK.
How a 1,600-Poumlor Wa Lanrlod-Tol-lowing
tho Ship for Nearly a Week.
In tho suminor of W2, Mng Dion 2H
years ( aw, ntni)ir, lii'nliliy, ami full
of hope, I found rnvwlf, in I'oniimn.v
with 183 oilier udvciiluiouH Miirils, a
passi'iior on the gowl whl) Kt'vciiii(,
Captain Scth Crowell, of Capo Coil,
master, from Now York, liouml for
Our passenpers were a ajileiid'nl lot of
fallows, hailing moMly from Upjier
Canada, Queliee, and Nova Si'titia, with
homo four or live from Now York City
nnd Brooklyn. With tho exception of
two benedicts, who had their families
with them, every man of us was under
30 years of age.' Even our captain, as
lino a Hjieeimen of nn American cailor
ns ever trod n deck, had not reached his
Wo Hailed east around the Capo of
flood Hope; and when 1 say that, our
passage extended to ten days without a
sight of land, except the Island of St.
l'aul, seen at a distance, jou may form
soino idea of tho shifts and expedients
we were put to in order to pass the time
and of the "fun and deviltry and diver
sion" thence arising. We exhausted
every kill-time device known ia weary
and impatient mariners.
BKfWLMF.D OS THE nCKAX.
One dav wo found ourselves becalmed
in the Indian Ocean, south latitude 23
dcg., east longitude 80 (leg., within the
tropic of Capricorn between the island
of Madagascar and the Australian coast.
For nearly a week a monstrous shark,
with his two attendant pilot iHi, had
been following us, much to the annoy
ance of the old salts, whose superstitious
fears pointed to some ill coming.
While the ship one day lay languidly
heaving upon the slight swell of the
calm but cvor-rcsths ocean, the old
man-eater displayed his huge bulk close
to the port side, and there remained evi
dently waiting for the usual contents of
the cook's garbage bucket. We had
never yet caught a shark, but I asked
the captain's permission to take this
fellow. Jt was readily granted, and we
proceeded at once to business.
Borrow ing a shark hook, bent upon
al)iif two feet of chain, from the lirst
mate, we tied a strong line to the chain,
put upon the hook a chunk of pork, nnd
threw it overboard. After n moment's
inspection the monster slewed lazily
over on his side and took the bait. Two
of us had hold of the line, ami lv a
strong jerk wc fastened him securely.
Then we got a whale harpoon aud drove
it well into his shoulder. Next we took
a stout rope, made a running bow line at
one end, passed tho loop over and
around the hook and harpoon lines,
pulled the shark's head a little out of
water, and jammed the bowline lirinly
about him behind the first tin. Then we
ran the rope through a block at the end
of the main vard; lifly willing hands
seized it and rail aft, and his sharkship
was speed" . board.
Tllk MISCHIEF TO PAV.
All this time, to the utter confusion of
my preconceived ideas, the tih made no
resistance, whatever, but so soon us lie
reached the deck there was the misehiet
to pay. lb' Hopped iiwl jumped and
plunged about in a terrific manner,
opening and closing his fearful jaws in
a vicious and highly-suggestive sMl.
'J'iieie was on board the ship a spaniel
dog, which, upon seeing the unusual
coiiiinoiion. ran up to the prize, bark
ing furiously. He was jiist in time to
receive a violent blow from the tail ol
the fish, which sent him heel-over hi inl
clean across the deck, where he brought
up howling against the bulwarks. The
owner of the dog, a little. French Cana
dian, now seized a handspike and dsalt
the savage monster several heavy blows
near the tail, and afterward chopped
that powerful member off. This put a
stop to his acrobat it feat., and he lay
as ipi'ict as a log.
Il w.ts a large specimen of the great
blue nr w hite shark. He niensiired a
trifle over 11 feet ill length: greatest
girth. "J feet; suppoM'd weight 1 .."if M ti i
l.iioij pounds. (irent curiosity wa
manifested by all hands as to the eon.
tents of his -tuinarh. and upon npcnirij
thin we found -oh, honors; - the leg of
a Failor 's overalls, and not a thing
1 got, as inv own share, the dressed
backbone of the creature, whir i I Used
as n walking stick, ami afterward sold
to a sipiatter in the interior for We
found the strong inii.sly smell so offen
sive that we speedily threw the carcass
overboard, when it was quite painful to
see tho bereaved pilot-fish swimming
about it in a dazed and wondering state.
These looked vcrv much like striped
bass, and seemed to bo about six or
eight pounds in weight. The followed
the remains of their deceased patron
down into the depths, and finally dis
nppcttred. - Yd jit tin' .imrricun AnijU'r,
Mark Twain at His Work.
Tvvuin wrote his "Innocents Abroad"
in a Washington boarding-house, nnd
this is how he was disenvered al his
task: "And there was Mark Twain in a
little back room, with a sheet-iron stove,
a ilirlv, musty carpet of the cheapest
description, a bed nnd two or three
common chairs, 1 he little drum stove
was full of ashes, running over on the
zinc sheet; the bed seemed to be tin
made for a week, 'the slops hml not been
carried out for n fortnight, the room
was foul with tobacco smoke, the floor,
dirty enough to begin with, was littered
with new stumors, from which J wain luu
cut his letters. Then there were hun
dreds ot pieces of torn manuscripts
which had been written and then re
jected by the author. A dozen pipes
were about the apartment, -on the w ash
stand, on (he mantel, on the writing
table, on the chairs-everywhere that
room could bo found. Anil there was
tobacco and tobacco everywhere. One
lliiiiL', there were no Hies. The smoke
killed them, and I am now surprisei
the smoke did not kill me, too, Twain
Would not let ft servant conic Into his
room, lie would Htnp down bis sus
liemleis (hU coat ami vest, of course,
being otV) and walk back and forward
in slippers In his little room, and swear
and smoke the whole dav long. 01
course, at times he wotibt work, ami
when he did work It was like a steam
engine at full head."
The shark is worshiped by some of
the dwellers along the African coasts.
Members of the bar should make a note
An Illustration of the Faet that Appnpr
aiiocs are Often Deceptive.
A Philadelphia correspondent has
made tho astounding discovery that
Yankees have tho reputation of nil lie
ing sharp: that some are sharper than
others, and thatsomo have been taken
in when they thought they worn play
ing the deepest of tho deep games,
"How 1 do like to see one sharper get
tho best of another." he exclaimed. "A
few weeks ago a young mnn called up
on me with a letter of introduction, lie
was a newspaper man from tho interior
of the. State, and ho wished to see the
elephant here in Philadelphia. I showed
it to him, and in the course of the exhi
bition I discovered that ho was a re
markably tine billiard player. Indeed
he was one of the best amateur players
I had ever met. 1 took him up to "the
Continental one evening, and left him
in the billiard mom when I went oil' to
do some reportorial work which I knew
would occupy about an hour. When I
returned I found my new friend appar
ently in a beastly state of intoxication.
His "hat was on the back of his head, and
he navigated about the table with the
utmost dilliciiltv. He called me aside
and informed me in accents not very
clear, ami in words mingled with the
funics of whisky, that he was playing
a 'sucker' for W a tranie. Iiow do
vou stand?" I asked. He told me that
ho had lost two games, but he was
bound to get even. I tried to persuade
him to come aw ay, but he was obdur
ate. Ho lost another game. Tiust
gel even,' he sta,minerel, when a hic
cough: 'I'll play thish game for .ol),
and then I'll stop."
"You should have seen the man who
was playing with him. I had seen him
often before, and 1 knew him to he a
a man about town who lived hvhiswits.
l)il ho put up his ."0? ' Well, I
should say he did. He was hungry for
tho chance ti win the lift v from niv
friend, ami the bills were placed in my
hands in less time than it takes to write
the statement. I made up my mind at
once that the man from the interior had
lost his cash, but I wa misiaken. I
don't think anything ever surprised me
so much as to sec how the fellow braced
up, He threw off his coat, placed his
hat on a chair and was every bit as so
lar as I was. He had been playing oil'.
The sharper had not the least chance.
The game was for fifty points, and the
newspaper man had scored that many
before his opponent had twenty. Was
I delighted? Why I clapped my
wings and I crowed, and I thought I'd
never get tired of congratulating that
fellow upon his success."
White Men aud Indian Brides.
Among the northwestern tribes of
Indians, innocence is as marked among
the girls as their color. Kducated in
the faith that she was ordained to work
she trains herself to hard labor, and at
16 years of age is sturdy aud strong,
brave against fatigue, and is a perfect
housewife. She may not possess New
F.ngland notions of cleanliness, but she
takes no little iiride in her personal ap
pearance, and in the arrangement of
her lodge. She displays some crude
ideas of taste and a certain amount of
neatness. If she marries a white man
she makes him a good wife as long as
she lives with him. Her home Is her
sole comfort aud his comfort her sole
ambition. She thinks of him and for
him. and makes it her study to please
him. and makes him respect and love
her. She re.'ognizcs in him one of a
sii'i-iir race, and by her dignity and
devotion endears herself to him and
struggles to make him happy. At the
agencies of the upper frontier limits
ands of men are employed, and it is pot
an exaggeration to say the majority of
them have Indian wives and live hap
pilv. The aspiring bridegroom must be
well known in the tribe before he can
hope to w in a wife: her i.eople want to
thoroughly understand him. and know
if he can support not otilv her, but all
f her relatives in the event of n pinch.
He must be a warm-hearted man. and
with a temper warranted to keep in
any domestic climax, and he must have
a good lodge and at least half a dozen
go'sd horses. If he he, and have all
these lie can tro a-wooing. I hen, sc.
lecting a lady, he makes application to
the mother, and at a council the price
is fixed upon. If the girl is especially
pn tty the mother will demand a gun.
two horses, and a lot of provisions,
blankets and cloth. The gun is valued
at :to, and he must furnish the mate
rial to bring the amount up to from $100
to 1.10. Then he tries to beat the
dame dow n, and if lie succeeds he
knows there is a reason forhjting the
girl go; if not he understands he is
making a good choice. The courtship
is entirely with the mother. Montrml
Oim Point fortho Policeman.
A certain mule M into a hole i"
West Kansas. When released by the
aid of a derrick, a policeman, who had
been attracted to the spot, asked the
mule if he w tis injured. The mule re
plied; "I believe nn clavicle is out of plrtciy
nnd my sternum i undoubtedly hi'dsdl.
1 may have siillVred some internal in
jury, as my right, ascending amta is
pulsing heas ilv; but niv chief alarm It
in regard to my right ' hind leg. Will
you be kind enough to go around and
The iiolleenwin reflected a moment
nnd said: "I am no judge of injuries.
I hud a brother once, a gi ntlo youth,
who was paralyzed under the' same
conditions. You must await the arri
val of a regular phvsician,"
This goes to show (hut u policeman
It Is said that hist year was not a
profitable one to the London newspa
pers, or rather that it, did not maintain
tho enormous prosperity of previous ex
perience. A curious 'statistician has
gone to the trouble of analyzing the ad
vertising columns of ihepnmilpal news
papers, ami has arrived at some start
ling conclusions. Ho slates thai the
shrinkage in the Tinm for hist year,
reoreseiils a dect'eam. In ,,,,,,,, ... tl,,.
- I - ii, nr ... luu
extent of 110,(100 compared with lh
previous yean inai oi Hie sitiiitlurd n
diminution of imo.imii), ami of the laih
Trtrtjmph (5,000. These llgn res may
be true or thev mav iini-iiml yiin n,'..
fact remains that these newspaper yield
u enormous prom, to mo proprietor
How to Get Sick. Expose yourself day
and night, cut too much without exorcise,
work too bard without rust, doctor all the
time, tako all tint vilo nostrums advertised,
nnd then you will want to know
How to Get Wkli,. Which is answered
in three wordsTake Hop Jlitters!
WIT AND HUMOR.
The cheapest way to purchase: Buy
The man who lends his influenoo
rarely gets it back.
Many a man who wears glossy boots
shines at the wrong extremity.
There is no excuse for snoring when
twelve clothespins can be bought for 1
The ipiestiou which excites the drivers
of public carriages Is; JIocn a hack or
a coupe best
A trapeze performer is at tho height
of his popularity when his head touchea
the circus canvas at the top.
The old saw "line words butter no
parsnips" is'liow rendered "elegant dic
tion oleomargarines no oastimtcn edu
lis." You' can buy the whole of Watkius
glen for SloO.obo. and you can go and
visit it for three days for about the same
To stand on one's head is the most
ditlicult feat one can perform on ice,
and yet the new skater alwavs tries to
Everybody goes to Saratoga to drink
the water, but that doesn't explain why
bartenders there are paid sc.'OO a month,
and it is hard to get them at that.
Ifyoukan't trust a man for the fjill
amount, let him skip. This trying to
pit an average on honesty has'always
U'cn a failure. Josh Hillings.
(icn. Sherman will retire from the
command of the I'nited States army.
The name of the St. tamis reporter who
will take his place has not been divulged.
A millinery house in Toronto has
failed for 15o.(mni. How the concern
came to have two spring bonnets left ou
its hands is pot known. "
A cablegram sajs that Mr. (iladstone
has started for (.'amies. Being a well
preserved man already, it is difficult to
See why Mr. (iladstone takes the trip.
An oyster has been known to open its
shell to hear the minie of an accordion.
If there was any doubt alxnit the stu
pidity of the bivalve this settles it.
A broker on the New York Stock Ex
change has been compelled to sell his
membership on account of crookedness.
It's a long broker that ha.s no turn.
Pasteur, the eminent French scientist,
says it is dangerous to kiss a person who
is fasting. When science interferes with
duty it should bo disregarded.
The editor who saw a lady making
for the only empty seat in the car found
himself "crowded out to make room foi
more interesting matter."
It rather auiiovs a woman after blip
has had some child christened sonic ro
mantic Indian name, to learn that the
name translated means "old boots."
The War Department is seriously con
sidering the expediency of increasing
the standing army so as to have m many
soldiers as there are pay musters.
None of the rich men of America
keep a barber in the house, but prefci
to go to a shop and wait half an houi
while a man with a bald spot is having
six hairs trained over it.
A long walk in the crisp winter aii
will bring the bloom to the female
check. Women who don't care about
walking lind that a little rouge will pro
duce a similar fleet.
A bald-headed man who has heard
that the hairs on a man's head are num
bered , wants in know if there is not
some place where he can obtain th
First dispatch: "lie shot himself b
accident," Second dispatch: "But thev
are. however, examining the bad ac
counts," Third dispatch: ' I'sual short
age of between frlSO.otto and s'lii.lHK)."
It is now proposed to nrrange a duel
between Messr.. (icbblifd lllld Clllllling
ham on one side and the American navy
on the other. This, It U thought, would
make all even light.
"I see dial vou think a man who ir
going to devote his fie to the work ol
a tragedii'ii" ought to have his hoots
half-soled My nlTTioti is that he should
be Well-heeled." - Hivnjti ('. Miln.
An English arli-t says of Am hi: "His
legs are as uuattraei ive as bis face."
As Arabi docs not propose to come to
America and play llosalind, we tail to
see what that artist is driving at.
' That's a lovely necktie vou have
on," she remarked. "Ulad you like it.
I thought it rather peat mwlf." "Yes,
H pieee of it Would look o we'd it) the
silk patchwork ijitilt 1 am making."
THE GREAT GERMAN
Ili'il. v.'s iitid cures
II tl Is M II K,
Sornnnsi, Cuts, Bruiiot,
. Ill IIYH, M'Al.ltN,
And all ntlinr hodlly arlim
Fim CENTS A BOTTLE.
Hold liy nil UriiKKlHts and
IViilnrs. plris'llniis In II
The Charlei A, Vogeter Co.
ii.i a vmiitLia a co.)
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Notice to Oontmctot'H.
Citt Ci.riik's Orrica, I
Caiihi, lit,, rV ruary Pit , 1HKS.
HScslcd iirniioaslN will l ro tlved at this nftlco,
dlriii'ti'd to ibn Clt I'ouiii ll of tho City o( Ca'ro
until n.enlliiK oflhn City Cnuitoll 'I'liurdav owning.
Match nth. Iss;, fur furul hlng tku mslur'al suit
dolfisl III" wurlt. or dolus thu work um oMary for
the ronal.rnr'lon of th following uliU'walkr-, to bo
rnnatrtirU'd of woed, vim On th fnielerly stila
nf tubth HI rent betweon Itallrnsd Btrenl and Ohio
Lawn, lining Ml ftail in lane h, as provided by
Ordiiianc No. tU, approved Angunt lltlt. .1)
lasii, w tiirli U nn fUn In thin oflltu and subject to
exiimlnntlnu 1 1 any lime
A giiod and iiilnrlmit bond for twice tho anntint
tn tist accompany all prop .alllona. The riht to
reluct an and all bids roservrd by His city
0. J.rul.KY, City Clerk.
AUK OF J'.VEIiY DAY OCCUKKL'NCE.
Sots hlSiil.K INSTASCK ON HKColil) in the
pimt S3 yi nr v, In re unu nf
Ilnf btfii broken opoti by bursars and robbed.
Hall's Standard Patent Fiie-Proof
Have NEVKIt FAILED to
PJtKSHtVE tlieir COX
It I a well-known fuel thai there is NO HAKK
tnado in the wor d Til A I' OIVKS AS OltKAT 8K
C V KIT Y A S I II K 1 1 A IAs si A F K .
They always proln t tnelr coutentu
Persons having Valuables should not
he without u Hull's Safe.
Hall's Safe & Lock Co.
JOSKI'ir I.. ir-VI.I,, l'r'Kifnt.
t INCINN ATI, NKW MiltK. CUK'AfiO.
I.oflsVII.I.I-, SAN FliWCISCO,
ST. J.OCIS, ( !,F.VELAN1).
Vk M-l'rr'-'UM Cum.
HI. k LI Nii'S GHEAT
II N h U Vh R E8 TORE R
YVV-' -.' liii At tND Nik i
Di-tj'r.s fi.vu ., i,t. re rK NtRvg Arrso
n.il- 1 i:.vi:ni imiU'IS I Al .Mill V. if t&knn
t.J 1' iti-!-!' :fttif'-r if-f fft li. 1 rfttIM A
Bil tnl S..ttl frff to ) it ( lUMti.tl.f t .yin -xprM
R fit:lirr"i "-i U-i. wn-n r"-HiHi. Mud nima,f'.o and
MH f 'ltr-.i if irtltfturl U H Ki.l.NK '.til Ar?k
l i- r a m ' i on mi 10
J onl for i hii re to Inert-
their t-so. l! ir, and In tl
'iec tot-w.-m thy; those v
a i opk-ar ai' soli the look-
i ' ....... ...... ... i .
ilo net ttnpri.ro 'h Ir opp..r-
tllllil !. r' ttillln In oovrrtv.
W oiler a (treat rhaiic-: to r; ike liinues. W p ws it
maiiv nu n, i oiihn. t.ovs , il elr in work ior ur
rlijhl In 'heir own in. r.Minn A ny one . ttn do the
vsork proper.)' fr tntheflrsl 'rt I b-; bunne"!.
will pay nine tli.ti t.-n tinn-ii onlinirv wei Kx
I'enstveouifl' firnifhei! free N i one who eni!ittes
1st s to tnnke tnotier ma dlv. You cn dev.,te
J our wbolr tittf t- the wn.k. r only your upa e
MoitieniB. foil l. forr litiinti n - 1 a t t' ut Is needed
rentfreo. Audrey St" IN SUN i. ill l'uriland. Me.
Electric Apsiiincci an tent on 30 Days' 1 rial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNQ OR 0L9,
irH ro ftu'ft Tinar from KtiiTot'S 'WBii-irv,
Lout Vm i.irv. I a' k Ni hvk Fori h and
Vi(R. WjiTts' F(fM'.s,ir Km! nil th"M d
nf a lRKJiS A L Ar'UC lltttirf front AH'a HflU
OTHf (.'Ai'nr.s. sit'i'tl.v ri'Mcf :ni 1 cnrnpU(t) r'-lu-
mtlonnf Hk,LTH, I'ioKaU') M AMI'inD iH'AH,STr.KU.
Th (Tfun'li'' liw"Vn "t N wu nth Ontury
Bt'TiUttt unw tut liiviti.iUl f'ititpiiUt frv. A'lori'itg
VOLTAIC BELT CO.'MARSHALl, MICH.
ad rjWw of
Horn-, Nervuna Utbillt., Intuutsfmj Orcanlti
WnltifN, (funurrhtrsia hynlilllUu JHrrvurlul
A(Tcllona trlMUjr inati-l uu .-iPntlflo prlncipifa,
xuh .( tiiri ur iAN)Hif. ( all nr writ Tor LlM of ijuttf
tl'ii lo h fitword tho-ir tlcurtbK triAtuiriji hrnuil.
(rfrttksTHnr fnuu Hupiurr tlissu Id wad their kildrr4,
lid Uarn ewnuotliinif U UHlradi(iUr. lib ntit KtrwM.
Addrts.a, K. HI 1 J M IV. hih M., Ht. Uals
LMAULIftUtU vtH IHIH I V VtAK.
HARRIS REMEDY CO.j-.'ffl,.
-W.- PHOF. HAHfi3' PASTILLE REMEDY
lvana Jfi-H au 1 oiImt wfo tuLVr
troin Srvou and Phfibml Ittbil-'
m;, Frrmaturti Kjtbauiuua it,t
Hitflr tnanr fftonrujr roiiwiiurnnri,
ar uuiokir rnl ruHnlli ursI.
Tha HmMT la put up In u. I Oaitlbn a month . J,
Ra. t (mouit) toi.tTact acurt, iihlma in a'rrt)caft, A. (
(lantlmr three inniiihit. 9. h-ni by mail lu ialn ra,'ita.
DlrreUna. for I ilog httumpnuj tiara lint Pamphlet dr.
Ihla dlMftM tatl Bodt of out aaui aeaied ou aupiMmloiL
A fnvnrltB nrenerlntlnn of fins of tha
Diost noted and mieeemiful pe.(sllHt In tho I'. H.
inow reiiretli lor tin. cure uf AVs-roti Itrbilily,
I,oml yiifhouil. IS .i.r mi'l leriy. heiil
tn plHlnsca. "iivelopet-rt, lirutnlslie aii till lu
Address DR. WARD & CO.. Louisisns. Ma.
A BM TO VIEW
All Uims wbti from iDfllSTrfMons, iri.i or olhrr cssms srs
Vfsk, ynni-rvod, Inw iplrliH, phj-fintllv tlrslnH, suit uiisbls ss
pcrtoru llrr'i iliatlvii irtirir, u 1 nrrioif nd tstrn-
ntniir eurnd, wunoui tiointcn niriiii.in..i. nimurMo pvawnor..
B.1-,-1-.. -..4 It.- Ml, rA. U:Hnl H..llu .,'.! "
clin ofirtmni NVpvnna trbllli, th j.lcxl llM-ar,
( wbojir iuMirMHlr,l lit TIIK M KST
H I .1,1 lllli.l.is." Ht.B
BOSrllSM MMHS MttirM orotrttttn rtnui.ii.ow mn
fwit sasnkoori. Simnlt, i"VI, oirsnl;, piMHUt.
hoarlisM mmhs M'tirM ototnttin rtiiorsilrin ut run soa mtis
fnrtrrtli.it. Oon.ni'suon wtOi phr.iolo ITpo,
MAUS10M IIEMJiOT X) 46 VT. litis 9U, Hsu Ttrfc.
W IS I
f DR. m
f BLTORE - AND AFTEFU
JLTAJU I IO
IS MANOKACTUKHD BY
m. BEOS. S CO.,
WH MAKE BYJtKI vauidss vr
Farm, Freight and Spring Wagons,
And by conflnlnir oiuaolve. strictly to y ami Ue? vATt?
ltlstly earnod tho reputation ot niukln ' ..-- . jk
"THE BEST WAGON ON WHEELS."
Ma,"m l.uZ allied tho warranty, but Ann.. may, ou iholrown rospou.lblllty, Blva
the followlni vvurrniity with each wagon, If so ajreed t
sample of tit broken or dofootlve parts an evidence ,,.. ..,. ,
KnowlnR w m snlt yon, wc .oHcHp.tronag. front 'T,,,h?00,,,u4 8UlM'
tor Prks, a..d Terms, .uifjor a copy of TUB RACIN "jX Bl, WHv,
City Office rr.
Miiynr-N. B. Thisllowood.
I'ltusauri't T J . hertrt.
l.'lerk -I'eUl'i. J, holey.
t'iinnsulor--VV'm. 11. utlheit.
lurubal I. H. ,Me)eri.,
Atloriuy- William Uendnc.kk,
r. aoaitu or auisHaaN ;
r"!mt '.V.ird Win. He Usle. T. It . KlinlirouKtt.
Si'tond Ward--.lone lliukle, 0. N. HuuheH,
Third Ward-H. K, Hlaltn,.lobn Wood.
Fourth VAardCliarlos 0. i'allur, Aduiph Hwo
b1a. Kifth Ward--T, W. Halllday, Brnest II, Pettlt.
L'lrcnlt Judiiu II. J. linker.
Circuit Clem A. II. Irvln.
rnuniy Jiidjro J. H. I oblimon.
County t'leraM. J. Hum in.
Coutuy AUoruey J. l. Duiuron.
(.'oiinty TreaniirL-r Miles W. 1'arker.
rlhuiltr .lohii liodKcs.
Coroner It. Fitr.ip.TalO
County CommUsloners T. W'. Ualllday, J.
Mukhey aud I'etcr Saup,
ClAIKO UAPn ST. -Corner Tenth and Poplar
streein; preaching first and t.'iltd S.tudiiys lu
uac.h moulh, 11 a. m. and 7:l i. in.; prayer meet
inicTkursday, 7:p. lu. ; Sunday chonl, W :H0 a.tu
hey. A. .1. II If Si l'Btor.
vlirHl. lt Of TUB KKOKtt dl'.K -t--llicopl
V.J Kouriseaih street; Sunday 7:K)s m.. Hoy
Con munlon lO.'Vla. in.. M .-Mn I'ttjerr II a. in.,
Sunday si lino 8 p. m., Event tit' Prayers 7: p.m.
Y. V Haven port, 8. T. 11. Hector.
IIHST MISSION AKV BAPTIST CU(.'KCJI -V
I'reai.htnK at 10:30 a. n.., p. m., and 7:90 p. in.
ahhaln school at 7:H0 p. m He. T. J. Shores,
a lor "
I UTHEKAN Thirteenth tr..ut; ervhes nb
I j bath 1:80 a. m.; Sunday school i p m, l(r.
MBTliODlHT-t'or. K.lith and Ws!i,ut streets,
i'resVclilutf Sabbath U:U0i. ro. nrt 7:10 p.m.
tinday Srtio..l at A-m p. m. Kuy J. A. Scsrrett.
p ta or
f)llKSBVTKHIAN -Kluhth street; p-rarnlog on
Hahbalb at 11:00 a. ra. and 7:) p. ui.; prorer
iie.-tlUK Wednesday at 7:H0 p. rn.; tsanuay ticbaol
tlS p.m. Kev B. V. Goore, pastor.
T. .IOSKPU 8--Hoiuaii Catholic) Cornnr Crors
.) and Walnut "treots; ervic Ss'ihmh lll:ia.
n. ; Sunday school at i p. m. -, Vi'P''' i p- in. ; ser
r.cef every day at 8 a. ni. Kev. O'llara, Priest.
CT. PATKICK'S-(Kotiiso Catholic) Corner Nli lb
0 street and Washlnirton avooue; sers-tces Sib
)tih s and 10 a. m. ; Vespers S p. ir.. ; Hnndar School
1 p. m. services every day al a a m. Hev. MitHlerson
K. It. TIME CAltl) AT CAIRO.
ILI.INOI., CKSTl'.AL 11 H.
O.MSS MI 4BT. TKASNSKItIVS
Mil J:in.ni 1 1 M at: 4;iA s.ru
Accoai'dation.ll :M s.m I Kureit 11:10 a.m
I lixpre-r iJ:.V) p.m I Accotndatl'iti .4:15 p m
C. ST. tj. .1 N. O, It. tt. (Jut knon It :nlK).
rMivil 4:IVa.m ItMatl .. 4 ip m
tivzpress n:-.0 a m I tHsproas 10:JU a m
t.Vc'modatUio I'U'i) in f
ST. L. C. K. K. (NaruwOaus-e )
Kxpr-S' S:1iis.m tsprws. 4:14 p.m
Aconi'dntton. l:uep.rn I Aecotu'datlon 11:40 a m
T. L , I. M 4 S. It. It
rixpr.:ss tO:.Vip.m tKxprenn..... 2:di o ro
WA HASH, ST. Lot HA PACIFIC K'YCO.
"-l-sii h .... !:( vm !! Kt.... V) p ra
Vcrom'datlon 4ai p.m I Aceom'datlon I'l ! s.ru
Freight ..7:4 a in. Prf l.'lt 6 4V p.m.
Hsily eiceplHnndar- t Uatly.
...:U a. ni. I Miil.....,
.11:10 p. m.
SJT. LOUIS & OAIKOJUi.
THAISS BUN A8 FOLLOWS
oS asd aftsu vtosnsr, ooroRia 21,
Kxprcssand Matt leaves Cairo, ever day ex.'epi
S i n day, at 8:15 a. m. Arriv.l al K.sl St. Louis at
i:J0 p. m Arrives at Cairo at 4: 15 p. m
Accommodation arrives at II :U a m. and de
pari st l:oo p. m.
LLiNOlS OENTKAL R. U.
Shortest, ami Quickest Kouto
St. Louis and Clucairo.
I'ho Onlv Iiuo Kuuuini;
Ma kino Direct Connkction
Tasisa Uvt Cairo:
:C5 ft in. Mull.
ArrivitiK In - Louis I 45 a.m. ; Cbicsi o, h so p m ;
Connect jt al Odin and Kltlnsrhain tor Clucin
natl, L ' isvllie, Indlanapulis and points Ktst.
11:1 i ii.m. Ht. IOui nnd Wfntwrts
Arrlvtnu in Ht. LoqIi 7:05 p. m., atd coiinectinu
for all points West,
:j f0 p.m. FhbI Kxpivsa.
KurSt. Louis auu Chicano, arrtvniK at St. Louis
10:40 p. ni., and Chicago 7 :s;o a m.
::00 p.m. C'iixoiiiniitl Kir(-sM.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Louisville ii:.15
am.; Indlauapolla 4:05 a.m. Pamonifeis by
this train reach the abovo points 111 lo JO
ItoUItS lo advance ol any other route.
rtrTheS:Sn p. m. express Las PULLMAN
sihRPINU CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, witbo .1
r.hanes, and through sleepers to St Louis and
Fant Tirn Jsnsl.
Piistdssn irova h'r ,h" ml! a ,uhr,,'l,!"
1 ll.SjCll Ji,tl S urn points wilhout arif dumy
raused by Sunday Intervening. '1 be Satnrdiiy alicr
uoon train from Cairo arrives tn new York Monday
nornlti(jatlO:Hr.. TUIrty-sIx hours In sd-.Lin eof
nv other route.
lrFor IliroiiKh tickets und funt.oi IuTmi ui:- n,
apply alllltnolK Central Hal I mad H'fot, Csiio.
,j. H. JltNEii. I'lcacl Ait'int,
A. fl. IIAN80N, Oun. Pasn. Aslant, thir.aio
.s. . ft TstmiVV "siJi