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Tffit DAILY OAIItO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MOKNINU, JUNE .7, .1888...
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LLINOKS CENTRAL R. R
raasiou i.rinsa aian
kind nuitiherleBS ail
ments, foremost among
thain are Nervousness.
Nervous Debility and unnatural Weakness
of Ueueraiive Ursausi Allen's Hrain Fuod
auooesefull ovrruomes tiles troubles I
resvirestiiesullerer to his former vigor. (L
n fc u rus -
WORTH SENDING FOR I
lr. jr. IL bOIIKNCK has jtwt puWlslied a bonk on
DISEASES OF THE LUNGS
m HOW TO CURE THEM
which Is nlleml Fit IU'. inert pr il.to all applleanta.
It Onu'aiiie morewirtee for. Jl wlmi.n,ra
tlu-iue. i,i - arMu Uxl vltli.ur nlnlotiiy dlHosenf
tlieilinwtoriuiiu's. Uliiiilmii this pair. Au(lra
It J. H. M'MKK'K A kON,l'kllailrlihlH.l'a.
iSUtt V gue wuA Lnjtith or UereuM iluva.)
UNIVERSITY OF 16111111,
' BUM MR II I.AW LRCTI'IIKH (n bsw.-ukl)V
tn l'iib Julv. Imx.1, sud eiid I Jih r uutemlier, I
nrtivrd nf signal iisii, st, to siuri tils who diiatirii
X.. niiFina tii-ir s utiles ailtils orni ior Law tohooll
d, W those who propnsa Hi rend privately and M.
in tirer.llllolicre who have unl had Hie ailviiulaun of
ysieiiiMllo iialtiirlltli. Kt r.lrrnlsr aj.pi(l'
l'nlY,rall uf Va ) to John Minor, IW, ft
A Lively Day the Boys Had in Georgia.
There was a lively bee-hivinnj out at
JudoO Jura's oakey woods plaoe tho
other day tho wholo affair being fully
up to reputationa as regards tho tragio
and ludicrous. Judge Odom had
charged Mr. Roberts, the overseer, to
watch tho bees and let no swarms get
away. Swarming season approached,
and llolmrts made ready 4)r liisnpiarian
harvest by preparing gums, and con
veniently placing tin pans, bells, horse
shoes, and other instilments of music
likely to compose and detain a swarm
of bees on taking French leave. Ho
did not have long to wait. Tho other
morning the hottest kind of a swarm
darkened the air, and Roberts put his
orchestra in motion with a vigor that
would cause any musically-educated bee
to pause, reflect, and turn back. They
did pause, and with one accord pitched
upon a tree in tho yard, where they
formed themselves into a funnel-shaped
muss. Roberts then played ii'von them
with a huge fiyfinge from a bucket of
water, and having effectually, as ho
mipposed, put out tho incipient flamo
that lurks in their tails, prepared to
gather them into his garner. The bunch
of bens were some ten or twelve feet
from the ground, and the object was to
land them safely within the bee-gum.
A crioua difficulty hero met Mr. Rob
ertsto wit, how to bring the gum in
proximitv with tho bees aud retain it
there. The gods of genius were propi
tious; necessity, 'prolific old mother of
invention, brought forth a sou in the
person of "Blind Phil," a colored man
on the place, who is nearly or quite
blind. "Here, Phil, come here," said
Mr. Roberts. "I want you to bold this
bee-gum up under that bunch of bees,
while I climb the tree and sweep them
in." And without ceremony or unnec
essary delay, ho seized Phil, and placing
him directly under tho bees, put thebee-
;um on top of his head, and dirocted
dm to stand fast. Broom in hand, Mr.
Roberta then ran up the tree with the
nimblcness of a cat squirrel, and crawl
' ing out, hung himself on a limb, and
cautiously began to sweep thorn off, let
ting them fall in lumps into the open
box on tho negro's head below. Mr.
Roberts congratulated himself on tho
success of his scheme. Sometimes a
wad of bees would miss tho hole and
striko Phil on the shoulder, which made
him restless. "Stand firm, Phil," said
a voico from above, "and they will not
Ouch! gollvi Ira stung for shuali!
Whew! Mars. Roberts, I'm got to drop
Stand still, you chicken fool vou!
I'll soon have them all In. Who cares
foraheoP" Just then an old-liner a
king bee marched down on Phil's back
under his shirt, and Phil became still
more uneasy, but Mr. Roberts spoke
soothing words from above. Suddenly,
however, the bees seemed to realize
who it was disturbing them, and about
forty business fellows popped Mr. Rob
erts simultaneously, aud uu dropped his
broom, lost his hold, and carae down
with a crash upon tho negro and box.
With a whoop and a wild screech Phil
got upon his feet and lit out, followed
by a crowd of bees. Ho forgot his
blindness, and went ho knew not whith
er, striking the parden palings broad
sido and leveling three Jpancls with the
ground. He never stopped, but contin
ued to charge around tho inclosuro un
til tho vegetables were all destroyed.
In tho meantime, - Mr. Roberts was
fully employed. In fact, he was very
busy. Around tho house and through
it; then under it; out to tho gate,
through tho horse lot, and "over tho
hills and far away."
Neither were tho bees idle, but dili
gently "Improved each shining hour,"
flitting from flower to flower (Roberts
and Phil were tho blossoms), culling all
tho sweets and raising merry hail Co
lumhia. The swelling has nil gone
down now, nnd if jmybody sees a stray
swarm of bees in the neighborhood they
need not hesitate to hive them, as Mr.
Roberts ami Phil will lay no claim to
them. Albany (hi.) Ncivn.
Shall We Smell by Telophone?
I askod Judge Bloekly tho other night
what he thought would bu tho direction of
invention aud progress the next thirty
., tt a . , a , . ,
isiiouui say, no re uieti, "ino ap
plication of tho principle of tho tele
phone to tho other souses, a low years
ago the distance at wmcn you couiu
hear ft sou ml was llmlten, low it is
practically without limit. You can
smuu a tiow'or only at a suort distance.
I do not sco why a telephone tor the
none might not enable you to smell a
rose In Now York, oven though you were
located In Atlanta, So of the tasto and
touch. A now application of the prin
ciple of the telephone might enable you
to remain In Atlanta amlklss vour wife
In Londou, or taste a borry in Paris.
The telescope has already made aolum
ey step in this direction for the sight.
Wo would have thought the man crazy
a deoaila ngo who said you could stand in
New York In 1HH3 aud hear every tone
of a concert In Boston. Quito as crazy
M the man who now predicts that In
1909 you may tit down In Atlanta, see a
theatrical representation In Cincinnati,
nmell a bouquet In New Orleans, taste
a fresh oyster in Baltimore, and shake
hands with a friend In Savannah, all at
tho aatne time, In those days it It only
the Impossible tbat beppens, AllanU
Fashions for Ladies.
The velvet may now bo removed from
ast summer's straw bonnets. If the
wearer has been careful of her head
gear during the past winter she will find
tho straw us good as new. . , ,
i It is now time to hang up sealskin
..acques and muffs. If he is a square
Hebrew he will let you have at least ono
twentieth of their valuo.
The boquet do corsage is still very
popular. A good-sized greenhouse full
of roses to a belt is a very popularthing.
Trained dresses are considered very
vulgar in tho street. The department
cleaning made a strong fight In their
favor, but it was all to no purpose.
Tho Sky-terrier bang is as popular, as
ever with both the male ana the female
The rasre for uaintinjr nlaaues ant
flower pieces among the ladies is still at
its height. If you cannot learn to
paint decently go to a more accommo
dating tencher, who will do your paint
ing for you. Then all you will have to
do is to sign vour name.
Tho latest breed in ladies pot dogs hi
called the dude. He is not an improve;
ment upon the pug and falls far behinn
tho terrier, as he possesses neither beau
ty nor pluck.
Pocketbooks are still carried loosely
in the hand, or stuck into a shallow
pocket the latter style is more popular
with the sneak thieves.
This is tho season for shopping. Thir
ty cents for luncheon is enough capital
to work on, as a lady can have just as
too dreadfully awfully good time pulling
o?er tho entire stock of a dozen or so
stores without money as with it.
Praverbooks are worn in the hand if
bound in velvet.
Simple and artistic tive-o' clock-tea
costumes may be purchased for 100.
They should not be worn more than
A tasteful ball costume of point lace,
over candle-light-on-the-frog-pond col
ored silk, may bo gotten up at a cost of
from five to eight nundrcd dollars. Of
course, a lady of fashion will never
appear in the same dress a second time.
Iiamomls are still worn as much as
ever on state occasions by pawnbrok
It is still fashionable to confess an
utter ignorance of music when request
ed to play and then jump up and plump
down on the piano stool, and proceed
to knock the instrument out in three
The fashionable theatre hat is now be
ing built two feet tall, and it should
be decorated on either side with a doz
en or so of good-sized ostrich plumes.
This style of hat is always sure to
create a sensation in the seat behind
Breach of promise suits are quite
fashionable this season with the fair sex.
The Far Northwest.
Puget Sound is a ravishingly beautiful
archipelago. There is not so lovely a
body of water on the earth. Tourists
by tens of thousands will go yearly to
Tacoma, to sail on this purple, sea.
through islands ever green with fir trees,
the purple sea buttressed on the west by
tho snow peaks of the Olympian range,
and scntried on the east bv the slumber
ing volcano Tacoma, li.oOO feet high,
a pyramid of eternal ice and bhow,
which gave back to the entranced be1
holder the revolving light of day, and
of tho moonlit night, in every color and
shade known to the prism and to art.
There is not in all America such a su
perb spectacle as this snow mountain,
and alone of American mountains it
holds in its heart a glacier as grand and
impressive as that of Mont Blanc. The
time will surely come when our "society
mob," which now goes annually to
Switzerland because it is fashionable
and Kuglish to do so, will become suffi
ciently Americanized to desire to. know
the geography of its own country. Then
tho objective of our far summer travel
will be Tacoma, tho purple archipelago,
and tho Tacoma glacier.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv Iine liunnin
Ma kino Direct Connection
I'luiss Liavf CaiRo:
:OZ 11 in. Mail,
Irrivtuglu .LouUI 45a.m.; Culcaio,:30 p.m.
Connect fr al tliiin aud tffnKbeui fur Cluclp
call, L isvir.c, ludlattapiilia aud pulnts Kaat.
11:1 i B.in. ttt. Ixmiat and Ws'sjteri.
HI xpr ea.
IrrtvlDK id bt. Louis ? :0N p. m., aud connectin
fur ail poiuta West.
:i:50 p.m. Kiust Expresjsj.
Fir St. Louie and l lilcaijo, arriving; at St. LoUt
10:40 p.m., and Chicago :& a m
3:5(J p.m. Cincinnati Kipmaa.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Louiaellls t:i
a.m.; Indlauapolls 4:14 a.m. PaenenKurs ro
this train reach the above poiuta la to 3t
Hul'RS In aov&uce ol ar.v other route.
ty-The 3:M p. m. express has rt'LLMA'.S
bLhKPINU CAK Cairo to Cincinnati, without
changea, and through sleepers lo bt. Louts and
Fast Titne East.
PrtWPlltTPlN nJtfc",f'"'rouKn 10 J"''
1 ttSoClJil I ? era points without any dels)
caused by Siiudav intervening. The batnrday after
noon train from Cairo arrives in new York aouda)
norning at 10:. Thirty-six hours In advanreo.
ISr-Kor through tickets and further information.
applT at Illinois Centra) Kailroad Depot, Cairo.
J. H. JOKKS.TlrXet Agtnt.
A. H . HANSOM, Gen. Paes. Agent. Chicago
Mayor 1 homaj. W. Tla l.Tay.
Treasurer Cl;ail. s F. Nellie.
Clerk lit nine J, Koiey.
Counselor Wm. B. Olll ert.
Marshal L. n. Mi-yera,
attorney William Hendricks.
boaho or tuimaiK
."iret Ward-Wm.McHa!. . Harry Walkt-r.
. Second Ward- Jcese llitikle. (.'.. Hughes.
Third Ward 13. F. Wake, fgert Smith.
Fourth Ward Charles O. Patier, Adolph 8wo
fifth Ward Cms. Lancaster. Usury Siout.
Circuit J udge I). J. baker.
Circuit Clerk A. H. Irvin.
Connty Judge J. II. Itobluson.
County t ies b.J. llumm.
County Treasurer Miles W. Parke
Sherljl' John Hodges.
Cnroner H. Fitcrild
County CommleaionersT. W. Halliday, J. II.
MulcaueT and Peter riauu.
OA1UU BAPTIST. -Corner renin
J streets; preaching first and
A farmers' journal recommend
"blunkclimr tho bees in winter." A
man should bo careful which end of the
bee lie grasps . when bo goes to put a
blanket on it, or ho may" biank.it con
siderably more than he bargained for.
third Sundays In
jath month, 11 a
ug Thursday, 7. '.yip. m. ; Sunday rcnooi, v:n a.m.
nuv. a . ,i . n 6 o a r as tor.
OF THE KEDiKMKK-(Kvlicopal
Fourteenth street; Hunday 7:00 a m., Iluly
Communion 10:30 a. m.. Morning Prayers 11 a. ni.
Hunday school 3 p. m., hvening Prayers 7:W p.m
f. P. l.avenporl, 8. T. U. Hector.
rWltST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHPHCH
V Preaching at 10: a. n.., 3 p. m., and 7:S0 p. m.
Phalli school at 7:30 p. m Kev. T. J. Bhorea,
L'TU KHAN Thirteenth street; seniles Hal)
bath 1 :M a. m. ; Sunday school i p. m. Kev.
f KTHOI'IST Cor. Bluhtb and Waloot streets
tl Preaching Sabbath 11:00a.m. and70p,m.
t oday M-.liool at 4:o0 p. m. J'.ev. J. A. hcstrelt,
) KKSBYTKKIAN Klghth streat; preaching oa
Hay City, Mien., Feb. 8, 1880.
I think it mv duty to send you a recom
mend for the benefit ol'aDy person wishing
to know whether Hop Bitlers are good or
nut. I know they are good for general cie
bility and indigestion; strerghten the ner
vous system and make new lite. 1 recom-
nir.ml my patients to use them.
: Dk.A. Pratt.
neetlug WednoadAv at 7: p.m.; Sunday
it 3 p. m. Rev Ii. Y. Georie, pastor.
ST. JOKEI'll B-iHomar. cat none) corner i-ros
and Walnut streets; scrvlct-s Sabhath 10:ia.
o.; Sunday School at 2 p. m.; V espers jp.m.i ser.
icue every day at b a m. Kev. O Iiura, Priest.
. t n-j irir u 1) . I.m1I I 'am,., M I nl K
O street aud Washiugtun avenue; services Sab-
aih sand 10 a. m.; Vespers 8 p. m.; Hunday Hcnoo
! p. m. servlr.ea evory day al S a. m. hcv. .litaionera
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Voi ind Medicinal vroporuea. it win am i u-
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This H HANDY alanils nurlvalod In Hill Country
r, i... m.wil.iinal nurnuaei. It is a
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uahle medicinal propertlos. it has a delicate fla-
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