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CHICAGO f OlfStr CO.. I hlruKU, AIL
HAS BEEN PROVED
Th surest CUREfor
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andweakuc. Kidney-won u umuij .
aattwiUeot prompt unnmuv.
a nrwrirvdirpoeiU, and dull dragging
nTn BY T.T. DRTJOOISTS. Price f 1. H
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I hare prescribed KdnrvWnrt with vnr oT
cccb In a iun. or moe oVtlnste ces of Kid
ney and Liver Tro'ibe-, ') fr female weik
tuMi Philip C. r.a;:m. M. D.. Monkton, Vt.
"My wife has been much isifB lromtheue
of Kidney-Wort, tin- bvi klriu-r aud oilier com
plaint." write to Rev. A B. Coleman, Fayette
ft A SURE CURE
for all diseases of the Kidneys and
' t haaapaaina actios on tM moat Important
organ, enablta it to ttiow on wrpiaity I
I Inaction, Btimuiaa-itf moocay i""
J the Bile, and by keeping tlio bowel in tn
I- conditio a, effoetln lta raffulAr discharga. f
J -aainH; I? you are nffortng from C
ItlCllUI iCta maUria, Lave ta Claim,
are btUoiu, ? yirpcpUo. or ocnirti pVl, Kid.iey
Wort will mrcly rcaeve and quickly cure.
In the Spring vcioiuouiuoyo''" ,
one ahould taVo a tlioronh couwa of it. r
iu cnl OBVDRUC0I3TS, Prloetl.JD
'I am a livini! a :vor.iit(! of the vlrtnec if Kldnuy
Woit. I Millerw l iuiiiiM itL-iuiy liiun l.v r tlicor
(er. lTci'HKti ik " .1 no. I) iV-ylnr, Spilngiivld,
clFOR THE PERMANENT CURE C?
trraaConaUpation, and no remedy baa ever
E eura. Whatcrcr tlio onuae. however oortinate
tha cane, thia tomooy wm oviirw
PILbOa pUint la very apt to be
rtrcMthena the weakened parte and quickly
ouraa aUkindaof Pilea even when phyaknana
S louree all kindaof Piloa even wnea payaa
L and aiedleinea have before failed.
"Conetipatln ', l'i !l It' foriii', j lu'iln to Klilnoy
' Wort, lu femaii" iliK-ufi'" it v ur m'C r.Hsfix '
-I)r. Philni t; Kalli.n, Monkton. Vt. Apr. .HJ
HE GREAT CURE
Aa It la for all Uio panful diaraaea of the
KIONEVS.LIVER AND BOWELS.
It elaanaoa tho eyUm of tho acrid poiaon
that oauaea Uio drradful iiiirinng wliioh!
only me victima or jitioumauam cm reauae
THOUSANDS Of CASES
ef the wont furiua of tlila tcmblo dlmaaol
have been quickly rrlicvcd, and in ahon Unu
rmn, $u i.iii toon mtr, mo nr puivcixn.
"1 could Brid no ri nieiU for my klutiey comjilaint
and rlieiim . 1 1 rn .' ' nit-f Mr. A. B. Kurr. ofTem
pit- Mil1. Klor'da. utiill I ax i uukd ly Kidney
Wort " Kxp r . IticideM to iiimliioini!, catinud
Mr. liurr'a a.Miniir.
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A SPECIFIC FOR
EPILEPSY, SPASMS, -
C0HVULS10HS, FALLING S1CKHESS,
ST. VITUS DlnCt, ILCHaHQUSM,
OPIUM E1TIK6, SYPH1LUS,
SCROFULA, KINGS EVIL,
UGLY BLOOD DISEASES, DYSPEPSIA,
NERVOUSNESS, SICK HEADACHE,
RHEUMATISM, NERVOUS WEAKNESS,
BRAIN WORRY, BLOOD SORES,
KIDNEY TROUBLES AND IRREGULARITIES.
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A Depot Scne.
It is worth four duUnr of any man's
money, says the Carson j-ippail, to If
on the Virginia C'ity evening tr:vin just
before it leaves the' tit-pot. Von are al
ways certain to see three, or four fami
lies leaving the city for & day or so,
and all their friend and relatives are
on hand to say good-by. In the tirst
jjlace, the family just on the eve of leav
ing is surrounded on the jdalfonu by
forty or fifty people who want to
shake hands and help get the baggage
on the cars. Then there is a great
scramble and jotle and kiting as the.
engine blows oft' steam, and when the
crowd find it is a false alarm they talk
a few minutes and then another kiss
iug carnival begins. Occasionally an
outsider, perhaps a Comstock reporter
or a San Francisco drummer, seeing
how promiscuous things are getting to
be, rings in and kisses a pretty girl and
she, thinking that it ruut be some old
friend w hose face has grown out of her
memory temporarily, takes it in good
part and wants some more.
After four or five false alarms the
family gets on board the rear car, and
then for ten minutes there is a crowd
jammed in the aisles like a pack of ter
riers in a rat-pit, and the ceremony of
saving "Good-by" again begins. First
they all kiss the old lady, and then
they shake hands with the old man and
kiss him a few times, but don't overdo
it. Then they all stand around and
begin to crv as they wait for the train
-to move. Vhen a brake slips they fall
to work to kiss for the last time, but
the train doesn't start, and they begin
"Tow, Flora don't forget to write."
"Say, Johnny, what diu you say your
"Oh, my, I forgot to bring: down that
little hfKid for the baby. I'll semi it by
"Lord sakes, but yon forgot those gin
ger snaps for ma."
"Oh, gracious, where in the world are
"Have you got that lunch basket all
"With the pickled peaches?"
"And the preserves?"
"And the bottle of milk?"
"And the hard-boiled eggs?"
"And tho grape jelly, etc?"
Then the engiiio bumps the smoking car
up against tho passenger, and the real
"Oh, auntie, must you go?" and they
fall upon auutio with a shower of
"Now, be sure and write (smack.)
(Jive my love to Jcnnv and cousin Sara
"Just let me have one more for luck
"Oli, I forgot to kiss the baby; here,
quick " (train jolts and she misses
the smack.) Then the women folks
make a rush for the door, and half a
dozen men rush in, like birds swooping
to their prey, and grab tho pretty girl of
tho family. They catch her and kiss her
and drop ber one by one, and drop off
the rear of tho train, all except tho last,
who makes a sudden rush for the plat
form, decides that it is not safe to jumii,
and saunters back to ride as far as Gold
Hill, while the others climb slowly up
Union street, and say:
"Well, we're rid of that crowd at
last," and the old dame in the lead
says, "Thank God!" with considerable
Spring Work and Boys.
This in the season of the year when'
people begin the agricultural labor of
agitating the soil of tho garden, and
shaping up the onion bed, ami giving il
the ruquistto form and void to receive
the early onion seed, and commencing !;
gaze fondly into the soft dreamy eyes ol
the Becd potatoes to see if they posses
the necessary life to catch on under the
warm rays of the spring sunshine. The
cabbago plants are set out in the stin or
in the hothouse, and watched and nursed
with as much care as a baby would be,
and tho small boy of tho household, who
sees in the near future prospects of a
season's work keeping tho weeds out ol
thecabbageplants after they are set out,
lays awake nights planning destruction
to the planta, and working up schemes
for getting them frost bitten and killed
before it, is time to set them out. There
is probably no work, unless it be sawing
wood, that a boy hates to do more than
work in the garden in tho spring. It is.
the season when the bov is let out. ufii.i
winter's confinement and he is just ach
ing for fun, and he don't want any work
around the house to bother him. Roys
have been kuown to lay down a lish pole
and give up aday's lishingfor ti.e fun ol
raking tip the yard, when the prospects
for ft hone tire nthe evening n.n mn.,1
L but when It conies to spading up an old
.iynvi ik;u, iiu niiows inu n.sn are just
dying to he caught, ami it requires
irood ileal of diplomacy to keep him at
the spading job an hmir at a time. And
u Iwy can hardly bo blamed for it,
either. In the spring, be wants to get
out and shake himself playing ball, and
' no exercise in a garden with a spado will
do any bov on earth, that has any get
up aboulliim. Hoys have been known
... t. . , " , , .
' e mi uit on niuir Knees piaymg mar
bles for hour at n time, nml ti ill i I tlw.v
Illld Callouses on llele Linw.u ilmi a,i,,L
right through their pints, but a boy
wit I II............. I t l , ,
in. . uiiwiini a till UM KIICCH IIOIll ICIlll
ini? over an onion 1 HM i III I 111 ft Itl'tiiil
would be one of tho curiosities of the
ago. Nearly all the great statesmen ol
the tlfPhent duv ean lnnL lm,,lr t,. tl,
. ....j .M.VR W tH
time when they rather Maud In the mud
utid water up to their knees and lish foi
bull-beiul tbau help plant poiuloc iu
tho best garden in the country. Alxvy
seems to have a horror for working
around a garden, ami we don't believe
there is a mau in the country to-day, who
ever wits a Imv, but who can look bnck
to the time when his fate for a spring
lay lie between working In his father's
gn'rifen, and going fishing orjplaving
ball, and when he could oy any sharp
boyish statesmanship choose the latter,
that he did not sneak over the back
fence with n can of angle-worms undci
bis coat, and let the garden slide. You
take for instance a lioy with a lame back,
and almost every boy has a lamo back
when there is any work to be done in
the garden, and almost any parent
would take pity on him and tell him to go
in the house and go to bed. It seems from
that moment that the boy's back grow s
stronger, and iu fifteen minutes he is out
of the window, and the neighborhood,
over with a crow d of other boys, strain
ing his poor little weak back trying to
knock the stuffing out of a ball, with a
bat, that requires more exertion to wield
than a hoe would. Even tho best kind
of a boy, who will gladly work like a
major at any other season of the year,
seems to have a fearful falling out "with
all manner of labor in the spring. But
somehow the spring garden is made each
year, ami the boy grow sup to manhood,
"ami finally has a bov of his own, and a
garden that demands attention, then it
seems that when he wants his oa boy
to help in the garden, and tifteeu min
utes after he sets the boy to work he
finds him in the street playing marbles,
he forgets how it was when he was a bov
himself, and he argues with his boy with
a hoe-handle. 'Twas ever thus. Peck's
Dilusioa of Scientific Knowledge.
This is an "Association for tho Ad
vancement of Science." But the forces
which have to do with aiding or retard
ing this advancement are so various that
we are in danger of losing sight of some
of them. We are mistaken if we sup
pose that science is advanced only
through contributions which are the re
sult of original research in our laborator
ies and libraries. Fven if so narrow a
view be taken, it will be admitted that
the talent for research is fostered and
encouraged, if not indeed created, by an
atmosphere of recognition and appreci
ation. The existence of such an atmos
phere is in itself a blessing, and its pro
duction is certainly worthy of our high
To this end it is desirable and nece.v
sarv to bring about a more general dif
fusion of accurate know ledge concern
ing the elementary principles and prop
ositions of the science of physics, as well
as some degree of familiarity with the
methods of physical investigation. I
do not refer, of course, to the demands
or the necessities of those w ho expect to
undergo a course of training for the
pnrpo.se of becoming themselves physic
ists, but rather to the diffusion of this
knowledge among the masses of educat
ed people in general.
That this diffusion is not taking place
to any great extent, and will not, ac
cording to natural laws alone, is patent
to any observing physicist, w ho cannot
fail to have come in contact with pre
vailing ami pernicious errors, w hich of
ten carry the weight of repetition, and
now anil then of recognized authority.
I am aware that tins is not un asso
ciation of educators, and that pedagog
ics is not. as yet, one of the sciences
specifically indicated as worthy of ad
vancement at our hands; but, if the
growth of a tree is to be made healthy
and permanent, it is not safe to neglect
tho soil into which its roots penetrate.
Train it and prune it as you will, to
grow into vigor and strength it must
spring from a rich and generous earth
which, though lieneath it ano oeiow it,
must bo in harmony with it in order to
supply the proper and neccessary mate
rials for its sustenance.
It seems, therefore, not improper to
aiso the question, What can this Asso
ciation do, or, more specifically, what
can this section do, to increase the efli-
:iencv of instruction in physics? Pop-
u la r tS'ct'c nne MonlMy .
A Considerate Suicide,
If Col. Bluford is more precise about
one thing than another, it is his razor.
He is so particular about it that ho has
almost come to tho conclusion not to al
low himself even to use it on his own
chin on Sundays. Bluford went off fish-
mi: a few weeks ago, ana wnilo ho was
gone his partner, who was also bis room
mate, committed suicide, i lie colonel
was asked by telegraph to return. He
came back as fast as he could. Meet
ing a friend at tho depot, he asked in a
voice luiskv with emotion:
"Is it a fact that my partner has com
"Yes; be was buried this morning."
The blanched face of Bluford became
more blanched than ever. His voice
Hounded unnatural as he whispered
"J low did ho do it?"
"Thank Heaven!" cried Bluford full
ng. "My razor is safe; but I might
have known it would be, for George was
one of the most considerate men. 1
shall always revere his memory. Texas
Something Odd About Sponges.
When first nnlled from the rocks
whtete it grows tho sponge looks like a
corrugated mass of putty. It In drab in
color, exceedingly heavy, has a sicken
ing odor, and is suffused by a stringy
mucus which drops from it in long vis
cous lines. The external pores are part-
closed up by a sort of sea bug, which
uds rcfuiro In them, and must be an
annovimr iuterlouer to thesnomre build-
er: while olten a rou sua worm an inoa
. , I ' , ,
In length Is found far within the spongy
fibers, whither ho has worked his way.
What is the exact function of the mucous
fluid diK! not yet appear to be clearly
settled. But it U certain that whon
taken from tho sponge and placed on
still not toms, now Huonges are propa.
gated from it; and if two pieces of the
same living sponge, or of ilifleront spon
ges of tho same species, are laid side by
side on tho sea bottom, thnv soon ero
together. Ths vitality of the sponge, in
fact, coupled with the decrease of tha
supply, suggests that ero many years
artificial propagation may have to be
, , I, .
1 ho old gallows recently removed
from the Tombs, X,.w y,.k( hft(l 8enPe(
to hang thiily-sl criminal.,
FRIDAY MORNlNti, JUNK
Language, of the Umbrella,
One of tho funny writers of the day
has said that there is a language of
umbrellas as ell as of flowers. For
instance, place your umbrella iu a
rack, and it will indicate (hat it is
about to change owners. To open it
quickly in the streets means that
somebody's eye is going to be put out;
to shut it. that a hat or two is going to
be knocked off. An umbrella carried
over a woman, the man getting noth
ing but the drippings of tho rain,
means courtship; when tho man has
the umbrella and the woman the drip
pings, it indicates marriage. To
punch your umbrella into a person and
then open it, means I dislike you. To
swing your umbrella over your head
signifies I am making a nuisance of my
self. To trail your umbrella along the
footpath means that the mau behind
you is thirsting for your blood. To
carrv it at right angles under your arm
signifies that an eye is to be lT-t by tho
man who follows you. To open an um
brella quicklv, it, is said, will frighten a
mad bull. T o put a cotton umbrella by
the side of a nice silk orTe signifies ex
change is no robbery. To purchase an
umbrella means 1 "am not smart, but
honest. To lend an umbrella indicates
I am a fool. To return an umbrella
might mean something if anybody ever
did it. To turn an umbrella in a gust
of wind presages profanity. To carry
vour umbrella in a case signifies that
It is a shabby one. To carry an open
umbrella just high enough w tear out
men's eyes and knock off men's hats
signifies" I am a woman. To press an
umbrella on your friend, saying "Oh,
do take it; I .would .much rather you
would than not," signifies telling a fib.
To give a friend half of your umbrella
means that both of you'wijl get wet.
To carry it from home in the morning
means it" will clear off.
TnrusDAY Evening, Mat 31,1883.
The weather is clear and unseasonably
coot since the heavy rains that visited this
section early in the week.
The river continues to rise steadily with
prospect of getting out on the low lands
The market may be quoted dull in all
branches of commission business and this
dullness seems to pervade all other branch
es not only in this but in other cities.
FLOUR Steady and quiet. Prices are
held firm as quoted.
HAY The market is well supplied and
dull. ODiy an occasional car of strictly
choice will sell.
CORN We note considerable inquiry
at 53 cents. Stocks, especially of mixed,
OATS -The market is well supplied and
sales are slow.
MEAL Stealy and unchanged.
BRAN Prices are unchanged but few
sales can lie made as quotations are too
high for other markets.
BUITER-Overstocked and dead dull,
do demand for common. Shippers of but
ter to this market at present will only meet
with disappointment and lofses.
EOGS-Scarce and in active request at
14 and 15 cents, shippers' count.
POULTRY Chickens are in good sup
ply and prices are weak and unsettled.
FRUIT The apple season is past.
Strawberries fiud good sale at fZ.UO to
Ij.OO according to condition and the ber
POTATOES All kinds are in good dej
mand. Old peach blows are scarce and ten
to fifteen cents higher.
Sale ana Quotations.
NOTE. Tb price Bere xtvou are for alc from
firm bind In ronnd lot. An advance Ir
charired for broken lotain flillneordttr.
ViO variou erartea -
. 3 ma.8 23
800 hMa virion grade
.4 3fXd,S W
200 Mils fancy ........... .
17!) btiu patent
, 6 75
i choice amill bale..,
t car cho ce mxa.
car white In bnllt
4 cara mixed in bulk
2 cr rejected In bulk
1 car cbo'.ce In eack
4 car iu hulk- -
i car in bulk
Stt.'i Kd, purbu....
No. 2 Mudliuranean.
400 hhlat'ltv Uluta.
Hit A N .
pound Northurn ....
80 ponnds Northern Dairy amall pku
HiO pound Houtliurn llllnol
ano pound count y
4"0 d omul
5'H) doKitn,... tIMMMl I
ikm d t n
(! ( I
1. !!( cbolr.f
Ii 0 cato a In qua Ity m
Nlrt.n.. : H OUttiBO
ON ION H.
Choice yellow ...
Northurn Peach Blow pur bnah......
... , TlWtNl
...S tags. 7&
Hoiithern III. Peaeh Blow per bun
50 bbl t ew potato, per bbl
ABB ACt E,
.4 0)25 VO
ti. C. Ilnuii .
( huahel burlap...,
PeMhe, halves and unarter SJS
Apple, bright VAui
Choice navy ....
Choice medium ,
Calf, (J re-en
Dry Klint choice.
Sheep Pelt, dry .
Sheep Pelt, green
Common Lug -
.f'J 5 MM
i 4 W 5 I
Medium Leaf S WW 7 !C
Qo-Laf. 7 yi 'C
RATES OK FREIGHT.
Hen. phi ,
War below Memphis, 17
Shiloh's Vitalizer s what you nedl tor Con
stipation, Lobs of Appetite, Dizziness ami
U sy iu pins of Dyspepsia. Price 10 aud
75 cents per bottle. Paul O. Schuh,
The Prize of Beauty
would never have been awarded to Venus
if her teeth had been yellow. Frail uiorial,
unlike the deities ot 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 tbem and
renders them objects of .admiration. It is
pure, refreshing, leaves an agreeable navor
in the mouth, and sweetens the breath.
tlf"No woman really practices economy
u ulcus she uses the Diamond Dyes. Many
dollars can be Baved every year. Ask the
C. II. Schmidt, a farmer near East Sr.
Louis, 111., says: "urown siron uiticrs is
tho best tonic medicine and appetizer 1
I have bad Catarrh for years in its woist
form. Ik-fore I bud used one bottle of Eiys'
Creum ltalm droppings into my throat Lad
ceised, psin and soreness In my head was
removed, as well as deafness, It gives im
mediate relief for cold in head. Mrs. J. I).
Ilagadoro, Union, N. Y.
A Geucral Stampede.
Never was such a ruBb made for any
Drug Store as is now at Harry W. Schuh's,
for a trial bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
All persons affected with Asthma, Uron
chitis, Hoarseness, Severe Coughs, or any
affection of the Throat and Lungs, can pet
a (rial bottle of this great remedy free, by
calling at abore Drug Store. (4)
Dropsy aud Rheumatism.
Dropsical and Rheumatic persons find
tho use of Speer's Port Grape Wine, ot New
Jersey, of incalcuable benefit. Its purity
and valuable properties liavo given it a
wide reputation among physicians through
out this country and Europe. This wine
took tho highest premium at tho late Cen
tennial. It is excellent for weary and de
bilitated females, ar.d used by the best fam
ilies iu New York as au evening family
wine. For sale by Paul. O. Schuh.
To The West.
There are a number of routes leading to
the above-mentioned soction, but the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louis and
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from tho Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Lchvoii-
woith, Atchison, bt, jonepn anu wnmim.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
fir est make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorailo, JNow Mexico anu i,ai-If-r'iin
r-onrjijct with cxpresi trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
cxproBs trains for Kansas and Nubraska
At Omuhw, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This lino offers to parties enrouto to the
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and superior accomodations, but boautilul
scenery, as it passes through tho finest por
tion of Missouri aud Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &c, ol thin
litic, which will be mailed free.
C. B. Kinnan, F, Chandler,
Ass't Oen'l Pass. Agent. Oun'I Puss Ant.
Disease, Propensity and Tasslon, brings
Mankind nuraberlou, ailments, foremost
among thorn are Nervousness, Nervous De
bility, and unnatural weakness of Gunera
tivo Organs; Allen's Braltf Food successful
ly overcomes these iroumcs au
the sufferer to his formor vigor. At
Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis
l.niiimllatolv relieved by Shlloh'n Cure.
faul Q. Schuh, sgeut.
Oram Uay Plour Pork
ftewt. yew, Vbhl. bhl.
.... 12 15 s as
.... 12'-. WJ 25 S7tf
.... 154 20 80 4 5
... 15 20 ) 45
J2H S5 tax
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Shortest and Quickest Roate
V -T O
St. Louis antl Chicago.
"Vhe Onlv Line llunning
O DAILY THAIFS
Making Direct Connkction
laaiN Liavs Caiho:
:O0 a in. M ii.il,
ArrWluglni ..toiil 45 a.m. : CUIcaKo,H:3ep.m.;
Couaoct K at Odin and LiliDrbaiu for CIdcId
Ball, L :ivtllu. Indiauupol.a aud poluta Kant.
11:1 i a.m. fcJt. I.ouiH and AWatern
trrlvlng tn Bt. Loulu ; :05 p. m., and connecting
for all point Went.
ri:f30 p.m. Kawt Kiri.
FarHt. Louis and Clilcut;o, atrlntg It St. Loul
10:40 p.m., Hid Chicigu 7:20 a m
3:50 p in. CintunnHt i JtCx irMH.
arriving t t'lucii.mtl 7:(0 a m.; Umnville 8:55
m.; lndlanapolln 4:J6 a.m. l'ait-enger by
tbt train reach the aiicvn potDt la to 3(1
lioL'KS iu atlvaticH ol any other route.
rrThe3:50 p. m. exprem ba PULLMAN
iLKBPINO CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
change, and thro'ia deeper to 6t. Lul and
Fast Time Kast.
Pu Cl'Uii trniu by thl line go through to F.at.
a uoncuhii3 trn point without any delay
caused by Sunday Intervening. The baturday after
noon train from Cairo arrivea In new Yo'k Monday
nornlug at lu:a5. Tblrty aix hour in advance of
v other route.
iSTYox through tickets and further information,
appiy at ininoi central iini,r"a Depot. C airo.
.1- H. JON Kh, Tic let Afent.
i. H. HANSON. Oen. Pasa. Ager.t. C'hicaeo
ARRIVAL AND DLPAIiTfRH ,F
I. C. It. K.ftl.reuitn lock mail). f a. m.
.11: ua m
.4 Hop m.
, fi p. m.
,.2:" p m.
, "i p. m.
.7 p. m.
..5 p. in.
3 p. ID
bp. in 1
" (wtv mall1
" (Soii'hero Dlv....
Iron MnnnOtlu It. it
Wabash It K
Hp. in j
Texas & St. I.ou s It. It
o a in .
St. Lout & V Iro It. il
4 p. ni
Mix l iver irriM-s Wi d , Mil
" depart Wed .
Fri. A r-un.
P O. iren. del. op n from 7:iani to7:10 pit I
r.u. nox uei. o. er iron . in. top ml
runoay get . oe,. oi -en from.. . s a. in. to 10. ml
Sunriax f del. ciien frijin..,.b a. m. to n:;'ti anl
-r-NOTK -Chant," will be pu'dished frot
time to time In city nutierx harifv vmir t nrds at I
cordlugly. WM. M. ML Kl'llY, P. .V.
City OfT.cf rs.
Mayor-Thomu. V. Hi 1 r"y.
Treasurer Ci ail F. Neliis,
Clerk Dennis. J, holey.
Counselor Wm. P. Ollhert.
Marshal-L. ii. Wevers,
Attorney William Ue.r.drie.k.
aoiitn or AtriCHaar.
First Ward -Wm. Mr Hal'. Harry Walk.r.
Sey.oud Ward-Jesse IlinlJe, C. N. Iluul.ts.
Third Ward-li. F. lilake, tg en .Mulih.
Fourth Ward-U.arle O. Pailer, Adoiph 8
Fifth Wird Cm. I.aticaatrr. Utiry S out.
t'lrrill .ttldge 1. .1. i.ikr.
Circuit Clerk -A. II. IM-i.
Couniy Jurtru J. U. Iiotilnson.
Count) Clerk b. J. iiiiinm.
Conmy Treasurer Mile W. Parker.
Sle-tllT John lludge.
Coroner H. FltfL-erala
County Commissioner T. W. Ha lloay, J.
Mulcahey anil Peter ranu.
J irecl: prearhlng first nud
ch month, II a. m- ai'd i u.
in : prayer mi
ug Thursday, 7 p. m
Sundav sei. ,ol, Vi'ln a
Rev. A. .1. H IJSS i'asto
turitCH tiy the r.atr. r..ur. it ic .un
X.J Fourteenth (trcit: tuLday V'-e ni.. Iq
Onmmunlon 10:.':0a. In.. MMiIi:l' I'rayers 11 a
8undy achoolSp. in., Kvei'lng i'rayers 7 :2'J
F. P. Davenport, S. T. ' H-.t tet
MIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CIIIMtcJ
V Prearhlitg at ie:8o a. n.., S p. m., m.A T ; ui pj
al.bath e iool Bt 7:,'Vi p. m liev. i. j. sno;
IUTUKION-TMrWnih t r ot ; -rvlt
baili 1 :ii" a. in ; S iudiiv srlinu! 2 p m. I
ii.appi', past jr.
KTIIODIST-Cer. KH'l.lh and Waiutit str,
Pterrhllii' Sul l alii II :!. ni. nia7:H
i.i.dav .school at .i;ni P in. Key. J. A. !SoM
)KKslt I'l.HI 't -lClclilh lro-t: p'uactitni
I Sald'i' li at I!:"' f- '"' 7':fip. in.; p
neeiliii; Wediiu !tir t 7:.J0 p. in. : Sunday Sc
ti 8 p. in, Kcv H. V. nvom; past.,r.
ST.MosKI il ;s--ilfoiriuii Cutholio comer t
ai.d Walnut HMm ef.'.ri SVi!,ih 10.'
n, ; sunlit f-'i Iool III l! p. in. ; Vespers Hp. m.
.... ..." .1 .Ua m IJ..U l,llu.ri Pl.l
O'l I A Hill K is-(iiiini'iii caiiionei i,ori'ei
.7 reel and '.Vahliju,ii avo;itic: servlts
M and in a. m.i Vespers 3 p. to. ; Hnntlrv
1 1 , iu, avrvlcv every duv at s a. m. Itev. y..i:,t
"THK liAJiLI DAY"'
M niiitriiiiiuv tiU"::
"Ai. r r - r ii
New and co.ni.ieto.IIot.;!. ryM"i on
Nccouu ana hbiii"u .".-.,
Tim PasMMiauf pepiit of thu ChliKi'ii, SI.
and .(ewOrlenn! illlnuls I iitri w aims
... n.riilri lion Mountain and Hi
Mnl.Hn and Ohlol Cairo Hid St. Loin liiii
are ill Jti"l aeros tlm street : while the blioil
. . i. . ... ..t,,,,,., .til., I..,. . i
Latin Hill" nuiuii"'i
Thl Hotel lu'itO'd hy stuim, hi
. .'! ' Iln lf1nv.il, .r Klurlrlr I'hI
Aiitiiniitlc Klrfl-Alnrms, Hath, absoliiloly pi
norloi'l aewerag aim tompmie Bi'ui"i"'
Snperh fiirtiihlng porruct erlcoi and