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The only Corset pronounced tiv our leadlmr phyidelans
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AMamfnal (extra hew?) $U.OO. Nursing, $1.50
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CHICAGO CUHSfcT CO.. lilcatco, 111.
HAS BEEN PROVED
The SUREST CURE for
iMMthat mh mrm Kvimiinv thkn ixi nii r w
1(fit roommend it) and it willp$dty orerJ
lAMna tka 4aAaaii mil Mtf honlthv aUTticm.
La II I C O I (a vnnn at stunt. auvt&tnLj
m i a x ur omiDUUiiw uouuuk
and weiknfliMa, Kidney-Wort is uniurpMMd
J as It will act promptly nd wifely.
Either Box. IaoonUnenoe, retention of ttrlne,
! brlolc duat or ropy deport U, and dull draffSTlng
DAlnm, all roeedtly yield to iu curative power.
I have prescribed Kduey-Wort with vert oi iit
sootes iu a corj or mot obstinate casee of Kid
ney and Liver Trouble, aino fir fe-nale wosk
nessts 1'bllip C. liullou, M. D.. Monktun, Vt.
"My wife has been much iiknek'tki) from the use
of Kidney-Wort. Mih hid kidney and other com
plalntH," wrltui to Key. A. H. Coleman, Fayutto
TiUe.Tcr.n. IS A SURE CURE
for all diseaeea of the Kidney and
Zt haa ipoelflo aotlon on Uiia moat Important
KIU. aabUBff It to thnrnr off torpidity and
i lnaotloa, atiinulaUng the healthy aecretltm of
tht BUo, and by keeping toe bowels In frea
' oontUtkm, effecting Ita tccuIm diachirga.
I lrt'flo IT you are suffering from
, f il 1 1 1 1 Cl a malaria, h.. ve the chilla,
Wort will ureiy relieve and quiokly cure,
lathe Bprlng tocloanwtlisSyatoni, Ovary
I one anould take a thorough cocxm of it.
il- 80LD BY DRUOCIST8. Pries I. ;
"1 am a hv iif n lvomln nti'n vlrliu.. r k'l.lnu.
Woit. I eufferei untold ajjouy rrora liver dlor
e'er. lTCt'BKUMB"-.lno. L. Nevlno, hnrlniftu'ld.
IFOR THE PERMANENT CURE CFlJ
ti7MCosatlpatioa, and no remedy haa ererL
equalled tha exilcbrated Xidney.Wort aa ale
nV.jM AtmAMM im ma nmftlmlt In thla aonn-IBl
I Sure. Wliatoror u0 oauae, nowever gmuiw
Ui nw, Uila romenywiu overcome .
n aa ' ip tllib cujiufiaaina: tooi-
LwM,1lAjvt vlthnrmatlnAHnn. Klrlnnv-Woil
ttrengthens tha wnakmedpartaand quiokly
oorea all xinoa ot true even wnoa pnyaunaoa
I . . . i 1. v. -r A. ( . J
ana meaiinnai hit ww muw,
t. nf joa have etuier or uism tirmbina
IpRICiai.l USE I OruKKlata Sell
"Conntlpatlon, In all Ita forma, yielda to Kldney
Wnrt lo frmrc d'.i aae. It la v.nr ( o iarui. "
-IJr. Vhlllii C. Itulleii, Moiikton, Vt. Apr, )B1.
HE GREAT CURE
A It la Urt ail the painful dlaoaaea of thi
".IB-JlTal.UVrR AND BOWCLI.
Uial oaiuea tlis droadAil auiTerlng whloh
p .'.-..il. uuru.-nanam can roaluu)
... inwaneur vaica
tha wont fornn cf UiU ti'iriulo dlanaaw1
hava taMnqulnkly relieved, und InahortUinJ
rwci; t. Lii iua but. hoi.ii uucccuith.
Iry enj t ta-nt bv mat ,
"I could And tin ruiuudv frr my kidney eompltint
ana rneiimiuam. wriu a .nr. a. n. nurr, or Tem
iile'a Mill, Florida, "until i war tuimu by Kidney
wort " Kxpoaure, inclduut to lumbuiluij, t'.auitud
Bit. iiurr'i unorocra.
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I'm gif-elnirold. The morning star of Ufa Is
going down, "
Hut In iiiom ry I'm a fannor lad, beyond the
I'm J uni below the mill-dam, wading; far above
Or out hernre the brc akfust-call, to catoh tba
Tito lutrs of the harvest time are what they
used to Mxm,
When we threshed the wheat and barley with
th? Hull and doulile temn.
And the things I bent remuinUtr tbo' I have
played hi iff and sore,
Were in days 1 rode tho horses first around the
I'm thinking of tho shaking forks, of blck'ry
and of oak,
That were kept above the wagon-loft, bcsldo
the buckeye yoke.
I watch them tns tho straw above the plump
and yellow wheat
While I'm slyly wading through the grain, to
cool my burning feet.
And the old, ex net half bushel I cud see its
As It tips the wheat and chaff above the hop
per of the mill.
While beneath the sieves the chaff rounds up
ten inehee deep or more.
Beyond the mill tho whout rolls out upon the
As time has changed the customs, It has chang
ed the methods, too.
And the style for doing work is changed to
' method rare and new.
The painted thrcihers of to-dny with engines,
tire and steam,
May be a labor saving thing for man and Jaded
But I think the recollections of that country
o'er the sea,
That will get my voice to humming up anu
Will come up from echoing valley, thut my ears
have beard before,
When I stood behind tho wind. mill, on that
busy threshing floor.
A. J. Krlder, In Chlcugo Check.
"I must now bid you good morning,
Miss Ogdcn; my train is about starting;
I am sorry you are obliged to remain
here until to-morrow, in consequence of
the break in the road; but you will lind
everything pleasant here at tho hotel.
I have entered your name on the books
and have also given the name and ad
dress of your father, which will bo all
the guarantee you will require for the
best tivatmeut they can give you."
The lady whose attendant had thus
bowed himself out and away, was a
happy young girl of 18, who had been
pending the holiday with soma rela
tives in Su Louis, arid.was now on her
way to her home in Rochester. She had
been accustomed to travel, both in com
pany and alone, ami did not regard it
as a verv serious calamity when alio
learned from the gentleman in whose
charge she had been placed, and who
hail accompanied hnr as far as Chicago,
that she would be obliged to remain
there a day or two.
It was now 8 o'clock in tho morning,
and, having breakfasted in her room,
ami whilo thinking how pleasant it
would bo to find some one in that great
city whom she knew, Rlie chanced to re-
member having heard her father say
that he had a nephew residing there by
the name of Charles llrown, a dealer in
The oily directory gave her the ad
dress of "Charles Brown, hardware,"
ami within the next twenty minutes a
cab placed tho , young lady with her
satchel in her Laml, at the door of his
. Tho bell had been rung, and steps
were approaching the door, when our
heroine -began, for the lirst time, to
query with herself as to whether sho
had gone into the cousining business in
the most prudent way. Would it not
have been much better to have sent her
card and Informed those cousins that
sho was at the hotel, and would bo glad
to see them? She must now go in and
say to tho lady:
"I am a cousin of your husband. M v
name-is Ajjatba Og'dcu, and I nm a
daughter of Ralph Ogdeti, of Rochester,
How different an aw kward transaction
lo-iks, when we get fairly into it, from
what it does when thought of or seen at
"1 am much pleased to see vou MNs
Ogdcn!" was the form in which tlio
young ludv was rt'ceiml by Mrs.
r.rown. . "J'lease let me take your hat
and wraps. My sister, Miss William,"
she added, a the ludy thus introduced
entered the room. "My husbuud is out
of tho city, but will return to-morrow.
His brother J-'rank is at the store, and
will he home to lunch, I know very lit
tlo of my husband's relatives. ,01 do
not believe Frank knows much about
them, he having left home when no
more than 10 years old,
' "I do wlsh'l was back at the hotel!"
Agatha said lo herself the lirst moment
he whs alone. "These ladies hecin very
kind; but how extremely awkward 1
shall feel If the gentleman should not
bo a relative of mine after all! They will
think, ant! so shall I, thai I have inii'le
a very great fool of mysiilf, , ..And even
, If they , aro my roiuius, , tliey will no
doubt suppose thai I canmhei'9 losavo
m.v hotel bill. Rut I urn hero now,
and they are making tne welcome! of
course, I cannot do .otherwise than re
iiutiii uiilU'llmiddorbrotlioreonics home.
I do wonder If other people ever act as
foolishly as I do oinellmesl' How father
ami mother would scold me!"
trnuk llrown, (he cousin who would
be home to luueU, was an earnest young
follow, T2 years old, overflowing with
life, and had seen Jut enough of ihn
.world to luakq him sonic what bold and
To make sure of Frank's company to
lunch, jMlsa Williams went down to the
' store Aqonsfter tho visitor canin In. and
lold him the wbolo tirv, ending with:
"6li9 is wally a crv pretty girl, Frank.
Wa am jual delighted with hur."
Frank Hiown had never heard of any
cousin of that name, hut that only made
the discovery more interestlnr.
Having put himself througlt the hands
of his barber ami boot embellisher, and
given each part of his wardrobe a few
extra touches he ordered a cab to set him
down at his door.' Thepl afler giving
himself a few more touches and scrutin
izing glances on entering tho hall, the
young man marched boldly in, ami hav
ing been duly announced, said:
"I am delighted to meet vou, cons-
t It a
At the samo for the whole story may
as wtdl be told he took her foiidl'v anil
affectionately by the hand, and placing
his left arm gently around her, waited
a second ortwo until he saw her fair
blue eyes looking firmly, affectionately,
as he thought, invitingly, right into his
own, and then gavo her a cousinly kiss,
not roughly or hastily, but in a very be
coming ami orderly way. He 'said,
"I nm delighted to meet vou, Cousin
To which the young lady responded:
"And I am pleased to meet you, Cous
in Frank." J
The voting man remained at home
that day an hour longer than usual in
fact, did not return to the store until
one of the clerks came for him, and
then remained only long enough to an
swer a question or two. A little bus
iness at the hotel required his attention.
Cousin Agatha's trunk, the check for
which ho had received from her. must
bo sent over to the house. Miss Ogden
would be their guest while she remain
ed in tho city, and sho hail already very
kindly consented to prolong her visit
some two or three days.
' 'Well, my dear," said the elder Mr.
Brown, on hearing the whole story from
his wife, immediately after he came
home, "this is a comical adventure
one, however, that does not seem
likely to damage any of us. The young
lady is certainly not my cousin, nor in
any manner related to nie. There was,
however, another Charles Brown, who
left here a year ago, whom I knew very
well, for he was also in the hardware
business, and lie has, as he told me, an
undo by the namo of Ralph Ogden, in
Rochester. We were talking one day in
regard to our respective families, when
he incidentally mentioned that fact, and
spoke, as I remember, in very high
terms of that uncle. Tlio young lady
is, of course, the daughter of that gen
tleman. She is now, as you say, down
in the city with your sister?"
"Yes; they went out together an hour
ago, to do a little shopping, and will
"Well, we must correct the mistake
m guully as possible, and make the
young la lv'.s visit noue the lvs pleasant
lo her. t will go to the store now, and
while I am none vou will, of course, ex
plain the mistake to your visitor. Mean
time, I will set Frank all right in regard
to the matter, and prepare hint to be a
little less demonstrative."
The mistake was lirst explained to
Miss Williams by her sister, and then
both ladies united in making the revela
tion to their guests, and all were soon
lauglun:: heartily at what seemed to
them a very enjoyable joke.
As for Frank, his feelings wero mixed
and peculiar; and our heroine also ex
perienced a aenoation that seemed like a
genlli! cmifusion, when she thought of
the earnest and :tYoetioii'ntc kiss she bad
already received from the young gen
tleman, to whom riho was in mi way re
lated. "Well, Cousin Agatha, bow have vou
enjoyed yo'irvdf since I saw you last?"
was the greeting Frank gave their
guest the lirl time they met after the
mistake was discovered.
Agiitlia flushed a little, but not very
crimson, and managed to go through
her part of the programme in a way
that made all parties feel us if they hail
found a happy and congenial friend,
worth knowing ami loving, even though
she was not their cousin.
Whether the cousinly kLss with which
Frank lii'own and Agatha Ogden greet
ed each other, when first meeting, was
repeated at parting, has never been
known -unless to the youug peoplo
themselves. But the acquaintance be
gun iu that random wuy did not end
with that visit.
On thinking over the whole matter, on
her way home, Agatha came to the con
clusion that it would be bust not to tell
any one, except father and mother, tho
story of her cousinly adventure; nor did
she tell quite tho whole story, even to
"A letter for you, Agatha, and from
Chicago." was Mr. Ogdcn' remark,
while distributing the mail matter the
postman had brought In, one morning,
a few days after bis daughter had re
turned. "From your cousin, perhaps."
"Have we any cousin in Chicago?"
asked an older sister.
"We had, some time ago," was the
evadve answer which Agatlia, with a sly
but impWing look, prompted her fath
er to give.
"Who Is your letter from, Ag?" asked
her sister. "I miw the addre.si a gen
"I'lease don t bother mo now," re
plied Agatha, placing tho letter in Lor
pocket without reading.
"Just the way," Hitid the slstor, "that
young ladles treat the first lettor they
recelvo fiom their beaux."
"After they have received as many as
you have," retorted Agatlia, with Just a
very little Hpito In her tone, "I suppose
they give the first reading u, any one
who Is willing to perforin a service of
"A love letter, as sure us I live!" ex
claimed the sister.
it Is scarcely necessary to say that
the letter was from Frank Brown, who
managed the correspondence so clever
ly that, at the end of two months, ho
was a welcome guest ,u the residence of
Mr. Ralph I gden, iind t, a,.(.,.ptod
lover of his daughter Aut ha,
A few young friends, tlm sis'teramong
them, were mtsi-hloviuis enough to lav.
on the day of 'the welding, thnt Agatha
-'Ag ' as they pcrsiMud In calling her
mos t of be ti.ne -kntuv very well, when
sho called on Mr. Brown .u-. .u...
pecip e were in no way r.-lutoti to her,
but just went on a love-making advcnl
AHlan.ler.of eourse, B, H,. kncw
It. N. nou igla.ly ever made a more
houet blunder, or a lucklerouo; fortue
young man, whose tirt im i-iMiuotj0t WM
that earliest ami affectl,(,llt .M muV..
d to be a worthy and faithful husband.
Aga ha could not have found one who
would have suited her better If aha bad
looked the whole coutlueui ur.
? ? ? ? ?
A hitman interrogation point went to
an oculist the other day to get a glass
.fitted to his eye. "This is the weakest
glass you have,?" ho asked. "Yes."
"Well, what hhall I do when I can't see
with this?" "Why, you will probably
bo compelled to purchase a stronger
one." "Anil when I can't seo with
that?" "Well, then yon will havo to
use a still stronger one." "And after
that?" Oh, then you will have to get
the very strongest' The victim of de
fective eyesight thought a moment, and
then asked: "And when I can't see
with the strongest?" Tho occulist
didn't care to say what would happen
after his own skill hail proved ineffect
ual, ami was rather indignant at the in
quisitiveness of the customer, so remain
ed silent. "But tell me," persisted the
knowledge seeker, "what shall 1 tlo
when the strongest glass fails me?"
"Oh, ahem, w II," was the answer, "I
should say that the next thing to tlo
would be to buy a small dog with n
string round bis' neck and let him lead
Minnesota, like older states, is begin
ning to replace wheat growing by dairy
farming, and only Ui per cent, of the
farm lands, against 68 percent, iu 1879,
will be given to wheat this year.
Sliiltdi'sVitalizcr s what you need tor Con
stipation, Loss of Appetite, Dizziness ami
all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10 and
75 cents per bottle. Paul O. Schub,
"Rent. ' (7)
C. II. Schmidt, a farmer near East St.
Louis, III., says: "Brown's Iron Bitters is
the best tonic mediciDe and appetizer I
The Priz of Beauty
would never have been awarded to Venus
if her teeth bad been yellow. Frail uiorinl,
unlike the deities of fable, have perishable
tooth, but these they may retain unimpair
ed to an advanced age, if they will use
SOZODONT, which keeps the teeth free
from impurities which destroy them and
renders them objects of admiration. It is
pure, refreshing, leaves an agreeable flavor
in the mouth, and sweetens the breath.
There is no use talkinr! "Liodscy'g
Blood Searcher" is taking the lead for cur
ing all blood diseases.
Almost Insane and Cured.
"Most of the eminent doctors in the East,
as well as several of the medical faculty in
New York City," writes Rev. P. P. Shirley,
of Chicago, "failed to help our daughter's
epilepsy, which began to show signs of
turning into insanity. By the good provi
dence of God we tried Samaritan Nervine,
and it cured her." Your druggist keeps it.
We recommend Ely's Cream Balm in
every case where a cure for catarrh is called
for, and in no instance bave we heard of
disappointment. We consider that we are
doing the public a service by making its
virtues known to those afflicted with this
loathsome disease, for which it is in most
instances a perfect cure. Peck Duos.,
Druggists, Grand Rapids, Mich.
A General Staiuiietle.
Never was such a rush marln for anv
Drug Store as is now at Harry W. Schuh's,
tor a trial Dome ot Dr. King JNew Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
All persons affected with Asthma, Bron
chitis, Hoarseness, Severe Coughs, or any
affection of the Throat and Lungs, can get
a trial bottle of this great remedy free, by
calling at above Drug Store. (4)
t3T"No woman really practices economy
unless she uses the Diamond Dyes. Many
dollars can be saved every year. Ask the
Dropsy aud Rheumatism.
Dropsical and Rheumatic persons find
the use of Speer's Port Grope Wine, of New
Jersey, of incalcuahle benefit. Its purity
and valuable properties have given it a
wide reputatiou amongphysicians through
out this country aod Europe. This wine
took tho highest premium at tho lato Cen
tennial. It is excellent for weary and de
bilitated females, aud used by tho best fam
ilies in New York as an evening family
wine, ror sale uy t'aui. u. schuu.
Woiik Given Out. On recemt of vnur
address we will make an offer by which
you can earn $3 to 7 evenings, at your
home. Men. Women. Bovs or Girls can do
it. H.C. Wilkinson & Co., 105 and 197
Fulton Street, New York.
To The West.
There arc a number of routes leading to
the above-mentioned suction, but the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louii and
over tho Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
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rulluian Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
flceet make are attached to all trains, .
At Kansas City Union Denot. nassenirers
for Kansas, Colorado, Now Mexico and Cal- J
ifmin connect with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
expross trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is matlo with the
Overland train for California.
1 his lino offers to parties enroute to the
West and Northwest, not onlv fast timo
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through tho finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &c of this
line, which will bo mailed free.
0. B. Kisnan, F. Chandler,
Ass't Gcu'l Pass. Agent. Gon'l Pass Agent.
Disease, Propensity and Passion, brinirs
Mankind numberless ailments, foremost
among them are Nervousness, Nervous De
bility, and unnatural weakness of Genera
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Ye afflicted why suffer longer from Ca
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sure cure can be had lo Elys' Croaui Balm!
Price 00 conts.
Apply into nostrils with little finger.
Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis
Immediately relieved by Bhlloh's Cure.
Paul O. Bchuli, ageDt. (8)
MAY so, IsV
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similar article, d; '
c aunt of Ira antJr
' leinlinen and pttrit')l
. vviiiuiiiv materials- l
only that are beneficial
io ins icalp and hair
Restores the Youthful Color to Grey or Faded Hair
Pi.t.'. it..:- p..? i. r , t. . .
- m .... umimiii in iiuciy penumea ana u
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toe. an l at doalm In druri aad maaltlaae.
at t...-lAl Ma .1
A 8uperlatlvs Health and Strength Riitarar.
If you are a mechanic or farmer, worn out with
Overwork, or a mother run clown by family or hotlto.
hold duiici try I'akkeh's Cikger Tomic,
If you aro a lawyer, minister or buiineai man ex
hausted by mental utrainoranxioua caret, do not take;
If you have Consumption, Dyspepsia, kheuma
Ism, Kidney Complaint, oranydisorderofthelungm,
jtomach. bowels, blood or nerves, Pauk a r's Gingrr
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And tha Best and Surest Cough Curs Ever Used.
If you are wasting away from age, dissipation or
any disease orweaknesa and require a stimulant take
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It has saved hundreds of lives; it may save yours.
CAUTION I Refutt til itibtlltute,. Parktr'i Olarir Took la
compoud of tha twit rrmMlal nrtnL In teaoorld, aadfceaUnly
ditf.rmt from preparation, ol y-iuirtr aloaa. find farclrcelarta
IIIkoi A Co., N.V. sue, A 1 1 mot, at daalwt la drags,
GP.ISAT SAVIVO Bl'YING DOLLAR SIX.
delnhifui perfume exceedingly popular. Thar
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wmr kotUe, Any dmrjiit or italtr to MrfuaMT
can lupply you. S5 aod ts rrnl itioi. '
LAKUCSAVINQ RUYI.MQISe. 8HX
Itcn.'h illirl Incline .rir.!"in..A mn.l. tW.m
PORT GRAPE WINE
Spkeu's Port Gpapk Wine
four years old.
rriltS CELEBRATED NATIVE WINS Is mala
A from the Juice of the Oporto Grape, raised In
this country, ita Invaluable tonic and strength
ening propcrtlt'a are uuaurpaised bv any other
Native Wine. Itidne tho pare Juice of the Grape,
yruuiicea unui'r mr. fpoer a own personal snpervi
atou, its purlty-and eenulnrness, are guaranteed
The yonni'St child m iy partake of Ita gi Lorous
qnalttiea. and the weaken invalid use it to advan
tuK It la particularly beneficial to the aged and
debilitated, and tinted Iu the various ailmunta that
aflwt the weaker sex. It la in every respect A
WINE TO IiK KEI.IEI) UN.
Speer's P. J. Sherry.
The P. J. HHEKIti' laa wine of Superior Char
acter and I'artnkesof the rich qualities of the giape
from whirh l( Is made For I'urlty, Hlchneaa, Fla
voi and Medicinal Properties, il will be found uo
Sneer's P. J. Brandy.
This Ti HANDY Hands unrivaled in this Country
being far superior for medicinal purposes. It Is a
porudlstlllatlnn Irotn the grape, and f-nntatna vnl
tiahle medlclDal propertlca. It haa a delicate fla
vor, aiiriMnrto tbatof ihe crapes, from which 11 la
distilled, and is Iu great favor among flrnt-rlaaa
families, rice that tne signature of Al.FRKD
fciPKKK, I'atealc, W . J Is over the cork of each
Bold By PAUL. SC1I UII
AND UY DHUUl3TS EVERYWHERE.
I.EPTL'KKS (n na weeklvl,
Bin lit h July
. Is:t, and end l'b Neptomr-er. Have
proved of algnal use, .st, to students who design
to pnrane th.tr a' tulles at this or other Law School:
2d, to those who propoau to rend privately; and M.
to practtlloiiers who have not had the advantage of
systematic Instruction. For circular atipivtP. O.
UBlvcridttr of Va )to John li. Miuor. Prof. Com.
and Stat. Law.
A favorlta nreaprlntlon of one of tha
9lost noted and sueceHsful apwialista in the V. R.
(now retln-di for tbcoureof Artim Drbfliry,
IOaf Jfloaf, ltnitrasaiiUiaera. Heui
Ui plultiauueuveluper. UrugyUitacau fill IU
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many men, woman, buys and girls to work lor us
right I j their own localities. Any one rau do the
wora proptiriy irom tnu urai atari, t ne nnniness
will pay mere than tun times ordinary wages. Ex-
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at s to make money rapidly. You can devote
your whole time to tho work, or onlv your spare
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culars for stamp. Don't start out again until you
learn what la-aldof this book ' and what others
aru doing. W. II. THOMPSON, Publisher, 401
Arcli Htreet, Philadelphia, Pa. ' - " aprS S'n
(AS n. SMITH.
KUBSHT A. SMITH.
G rami Central ' Store.
DRY GOODS, 4
" , ETC.
LUNOIS CENTRAL R. R
fr.mM i a. nnn . :-j
Shortest and Quickest Routi
Si Louis and Ckicagi
The Crilv Line ItunninK
O DAILY TRAIN?
Y From1 Cairo,
Making Direct Connkotio
TlUINS LlaVI Caiho:
. - :U5 m m. M nil.
srrlvliigtn .Louis 8:45 a.m.; Chlcao,B:30 p.n
Corneci t at Odin and hmngham for Cincl
natl, L lavllle, Indtanapolia aud txdnls Kast.
11:1 av.in. Ht. 1joxh and . Wrater
trrlvlnajmht. Lonla?:05p. m., aud connect!
' for all points wi.
3 BO p.in. Kusit Kiprnaa.
Fir St. Louis and fhtrago, arriving! at 8t. Lou
I0:40.m., aDd Chicago ::'JO a.m.
' X ' . ri; ..: Ai ...
Vrrlvlng at ClncluaU f.iM a.m.; Louisville 6:1
a.m.; Indianapolis 4:(6 a.m. Passengers I
., this train reach the above point jy to 31
HOT'RH In artvanri, nl anv ftlf.. .a,,,.. I
fVTbe 8:50 p. m. express has PL'LLMaI
SLKEP1XJ CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, wlthol
cLangea, and through sleepers to M. Louie ail
Fast Time Kast.
Pll CQPT1 trpra b? tDl llBf RO through to Kul
A aoacilCin em points without any dell
(busbu ny nunaay inierrentng. j ae rtaturaay aftil
ooon train from Cairo arrives In new York Mondl
Borniug at 10:;. Thirty-eix hour In advance
v other route, I
' WYot through tickets and Hirtber informatlol
pply at Illinois Central Kail road Depot, Cairo. I
J. II. JONKS, Timet Agent. I
a. n . iiaimm;:., irn. I'aas. Agent, t'hlcaro
ARRIVAL AND DfcPAKTUEK OF MAILa
I. C. K. H. (through lock mail). 1 a. m.
" (Southern Div..
Iron Mountain K. Ii
Wabash It. K .
Texas & St. Louis it. K....
4 50 p m
,...n p. m.
lo p. m.
7 p. m. I
S p. m.
2 p. m.
bat. A Mon.
6 a. nl
Mis itiver arrives Wed
" departs Wed
4 P. US
f'rl. & Hnn.
P O. gen. del. op n from..
7::io am to
r.O. box del. oi en from 6a.m. to 9 p.
Sunday get. de,. open from.. . 8 a. m. to 10 a.
Sundays box del. open from. ...6 a. m. to 10:30 al
UerSOTS -Changt will b puhlished frol
time to time In city papers. Change vnur cards al
cordlngly. WM. M. Mt KI'H Y, P. M.
Mayor Thomas. W. Ha l rlay.
Treasurer Ciarl. F. Ntllls.
Clerk Dennis. J, Foley.
Counselor Wm. B. Gilbert.
Darshal-L. H. Meyers,
Attorney William Hendricks.
board or iunmiK
first Ward-Wm.McHale, Harry Walker.
-Second Ward-Jesse Hiukle, C. N. bughes.
Third Ward-B. F. Blake, Kg ert Smith.
Fourth w ard Cbarle O. Patter, Adoiph 8wo
fifth Ward CLas. Lancaster. Banry 8ont.
Circuit Jndge O. J. Baker.
Circuit Clerk-A. II. Irvln.
County Judge J. il. hobluson.
County Clerk H.J. linmm.
Connty Treasurer Mites W. Parker,
ribetlff John Hodges.
Coroner K. Fitzgerald
County Commissioners T. W. Halltday, J.
Uulcabey and Peter Mauo.
rAlKO BAPTIST. -Corner Tenth aud PonlaJ
streets; preaching first and third Sunday lil
oacn uiuuiu, ii a. iu. auu i ;.yr p. m . : prayer ineetd
ng i nursaay, i :w p. m. ; auuuay acnool, v:w a.m
Kov. A. 4. UKSS Pastor.
pHUKCIi OF TUB HEDBEMilK-Kplcopal
rourieein a aireei; ouutiay 7:00 m lloly
communion w;.is. m.. uorriing rrsyers 11a. 111. 1
sunaay icnooi B p. m., Evening Crayers 7:W p.m J
F. P. Davenport, 8. T. It. Hector. 1
I.IHST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH.-!
I Preaching at 111:30 a. n.., S p. m., and 7:80 p. in. I
'al.batb achool at 7:30 p. m Kv. T. J. Shore,!
I CTIIKKAN-Thlrteenth street; Semite Hab-I
i batn a. m.; Sunday school J p m. ' Key.
vnsppe, pint Jr.
IBHIOI)ISTrCor. Eighth and Walnut street, I
is rreacuuie oartnain 11:00 a. id. anu 7 :3U p.m.
r iiday School at H:i'0 p. m. Kev. J. A. icarrult,
1 1KEHUYTEHIAN -Eighth street: Preacnlnt on I
L Sabbath at ll:li0 a. c. and 7:S0 p. m.; prayer I
neeiing n cunesuay at i:.np. m.; fOUQay Bcdeol
11 9 p. m. nev a. 1 . ueoro, pastor.
T. JOSKPII 8--tKoinan Catholic) Corner Croat
J ana walnut streets; service sabbath 10:30.
n. Sunday School at J p. in. ; Vesper S p. m. ; ier-
nces every uay at 8 a. m. Kev. u liars, I'rleit,
CT. PATKICK'H-( Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
0 street and Washington avoune; service Sab
lath 8 and 10 a. m. ; Vespers 8 p. m.; Sunday School
1 p. m. service every day at 8 a.m. Rev. Mastoiiers
A New and complete Hotel, fronting on Leveo
8econdtand Railroad BtrMia,
Tho Pasicngor Depot of tke Chlcairp, St. Lonlt
and .ew Orleans: Illinois Central; Wabash, St.
Louie and Pacific ; Iron Mountain and Southern,'
Mobile and Obtoi Cairo aud St. Louis Railway
are all Just across the street: while the Steamboat
Landing la but one square distant,
This Hotol Is heated by steam, has steam
Laundry. Hydraulic Elevator, Electric Call Helta,
Automatic Fire-Alarms. Baths, absolutely hum air.
perfect sewerage and complete appointments .
Snparb furnishings; perfect service; and an tin
U 1 PAHKKK At ( ;O..LsntiaiatM
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