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TJIK DAILY CAMIO ItULIJCTIN: 'I (ITSDAV MOKNINil, JUNK 19, Ihkj.
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Health l'reaervlnB (fln eoiilili
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Aced Men. aim ll Ilea
who autter Irum .erly
indittcrvtions will Una
Alleti'f drain rood the
most powerful fnvipirant ever IntioducM;
once reauired by It there t no rulnni-e. Try
it: ltnrvnr fail. I; 6 for fs. At Drnii
insui. or by mail from Allen Pharmacy,
I I Elll A "The glory oft man it
I I L nl'v1 nM etrenntu. If yon
I I I IU r9 weakened dowa
I 1 I II II through emeaeive
Mil w tu(ly,orbyerlyiudit
cretione, Allen'e Brain food will perma
nently reiture allll vigor, mid Dtrehcthrn
all llie diiiwIvk of llrain and llody. $ .6 for
5 At liMftiuie,br by mail from Allen'e
cy, 314 Ml
The Daily Btilletiii.
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KNTKHKII AT,?HB QAIKO I IWrorriCK F'HI
rilANHMISHION TII UOUOII TII K MAIU1 A I
SECOND CLASS IIATKB.
TERMS OP SUJiSCKIPTlON:
Dully oti year by currier..... $13 (III
(IW r ciiiH. diecoun' it pain in anvaiico.j
Dally, una year by mall..
Dally, one mouth ... 1 HI
rubllaUud cvvry morning (..viiiiiiiuyi cxrcptou,
Wmikly, nno yoar ,. IV
Weekly, h tnnutha 1 (HI
Piihllahed every Monday roon.
I f('lul of Ave nr iimru lor Weekly HnllettTi at
one t i tn per yenr, Ji.iw. roaiaiiu in all chc
INVAHIABI.T IN AIIVANCR.
Alt Cotnmnnicatioua .hould bo addn-inud to
. K. A. BUItNK TT.
Publisher and Proprietor.
ITi(it,or by man from Alien
I Hi ft 1 1 4 Of the many rerae
I I P II J V1 diet before the publlo
I I FW for Nervoua Debility
I I I 11 II and weaknesiiof Nerve
11 V Generative By at era,
there is none equal to Allen'a Brain Food,
which promptly and permanently reatorea
all lot vlRor; ft never fail. 1 plig.,6for
jV-At DrutiniiU, or by aiail from Alloa'a
cy. 315 In'.
I I LRIV" Hrai t'"l baaatood
III Pa A the "troriKt-nt teatu aa
I I I ! 11 to ita menu In curing
1 lea I Nervouime. Nervotui
Debility, and reatoring lout power to the
vteakeutid tieueralive Svatem, and, in no
.nHtanoe.baititcverfnllea: tstit 91:61or
r.V-At DriiKKibta, or by mail from Alien'
cy, Sib lt
I I I Bl Jl aano." "A sound mind
I I pl'Jj X tn xound body" ia the
I III I U ,r,dn marl( Allen'a
mm I w Bram KikkI. and we a
aure our reader that, if diMMmtied iib
either weakneMof Brain or Bodily powera.
Una remdy will permanentlr alreniithen
both, f l.-At DruKKi'ta. or cy mail from
a vena e,
Nervoua bhock, bt vi
tu Dance. l'rotrtion,
and all diHe&eea of
Nervo Genoratlv OiKaun, are all perma
nently and radioally cured by Allou'a Brain
Food, tli e jrreat botanical remedy. V 1 1'kg.,
6 f Jt (5. At Druugnta, or by mail from
cy, m lat
1 At Uruugnta, or by mail from
Allen'a Brain Food
trenguieri) the Brain
and positively ourea
Nervoua Debility. Ner-
Touimene, Headache, unnatural luaeeii. and
all neal'ni'wof UenaraiiveHyaionu itnever
faila. t iikjr., 8 for i 5 At DruKiriata, or
by mail from Allen'a Pharmacy, 316 First
I t la.Diteaa,Irnpenaitraa
I I ILM'V 'PaieioB briUKS ilan.
I I Ml "nd nuiulH-rloa ail
I I I la llment. fomnint amou
9m aval I avitJViU are Nrvounea.
Nervoua Debility and unnatural we.kti
of jeirainre Oraaua; Alien a Brain Food
BuccMiuhy overoouit-a these troulilea ar d
rKT-tl,s B Jtlerer . jktr lorrner vigur. 1.
a i a t a. or 1
A lien el
v. 3 1 !' I
ew Y' tk tvilv.
Mrs. niiilliiT.skito lives ou Kifili :tv
enue. Iist week Mr. Knnlite, iv ll;tr
varil student, paid Iter a visit. She toll
him to t:ty a month. He consented.
Shu. tt'lojrr'nidicd to Vassar College for
Iter daughter C.raco to eonit; down im
mediately. Miss (irueeeanie. Mis. 15.
wanted jr. Erudite to lieeome her suu-in-law.
Mr. Erudite was lianliful, luit
thought ho eoiil.i. Mrs, li.. kmwinr
the worth of evidfiiee sliould he ever
linek out, ami a lnvach of pnniiise en
sue, told the maid to keep a sharjt evo
on Mr. Erudite and (Jraoe. The maid
15illin(v and eooin' noted by maid.
Mrs. 1J. to maiil: "Wlia't tloes Mr.
Erudite Hay to Miss (iraee w hen they
meet in the luoruin?"'
Maid to Mrs. B.: "He says, ma'am,
'have more tea.' I think the poor voun;
gentleman isn't rigid in his head, ma'
am. He says 'have more tea' so often
to Miss (jraee. Here's a card, ma'am,
that he put under her door yesterday
morninir, but he f pells so odd. He has
no a in his tea."
"Give nie that card. Hear me, what
does it mean? 'Amo t,uuio It." Surely,
that's Greek. Happy thought. I'll ask
l'rof. Buohsmeller what it means when
lie comes to give (iraee her Latin Ifs
Mr. Buehsmeller is a graduate of
Heidelberg. Is dead in love with Mrs.
Blatherskite. Never told her so. Never
told her husband so. ;
Mr. Buehsmeller rings. Mrs. B.'takes
him into the back parlor and hands him
the card with amote on it.
Mr. Buehsmeller throws his arms
around the neck of Mrs. Blatherskite
and gives her 99-' kisses, lie exclaims:
"My cup of happiness is tilled. My
love, my darling, let us leave this very
day fly on the wings of love and leave
your pig and husband "
Mr. Blatherskite conies home early.
Meets Mr. Erudite iu the dining-room.
Both walk up to the parlor. Both wit
ness the tableau. Mrs. Blatherskite
The gentleman from Heidelberg jumps
through the window minus hat, sans
Mrs Blatherskite is served with a
summons and complaint in divorce pro
Mr. Erudite goes back to Harvard a
Angline, I love thee.
-Vtt York World.
i.s B'-inerer Vj b former vigor. 11.
aW m MW ,
in tl ur- i
( DlFORE AND AFTER
Electric Applhr.coi ire ifnt on 30 Dayi' IrUI,
TO MEK ONLY, YOUKO OR OLD,
Wil) ate aiiireilmr from Nunvora lirnti.iTT,
lii Vitality. l.i or Nkhvk Koki c xt
Vnion, VaaTimi WmWi iindall tluwe diaeawi
of I'kavmaL Nin w hwiltlnir from Am .ki unit
OTiiaii l'tKa. Hitntly rell. t an I nomidi Ui imto-
rnMoflol 'il'Al.Tll.t IOOIlun.tMANUOOUlHIHaSTKKU.
The irrandeat diwiovi ry of Hie Nln i.h.ihii t Ji'itturr.
aVindatonoeforllliisliaUKll'amplili t fite, Aiblre'w
V0LTAI3 BEIT CO., MAXtKJ.il, MICH.
A Great Magnetic Storm.
: The next great iisplav of sun-spots
nicompanii'd by auroras and magnetic
disturbance -if we except one or two
of minor importance, mid a remarkable
one seen in Europe, which will lie de
scribed hereafter - occurred in Novem
her ln-l, ciiliniiialiug on the 17lli of
that month in out! of the greatest imij;
net ie storms on recortl, which crippled
llie telegraphs almost all over the civ
ilized world. In Europe line auroras
were observed on llie 1 2t li, lllth, llih.
Kith, ltith, J 7l h and l'.MIi, accomiauiei
by more or less magnetic disturbance,
liuring that time a tremendous sun
spot, exceeding in size the largest of the
April spot.s, was ndviuicing from the
edge of the disk to the center. In this
country the principal auroral di-plays
were on the nights of the 17th and 1'Jth,
and the chief force of the magnet iu
storm whs felt on the 17th. On that
day a storm of rain anil miow prevailed
over most of the I'riion, and miiiiiIiuii
eouly with thi storm there raged a
hurricane of magnetic forces. The ef
fects were similar to those wit ne.v-.cd
during the April storm, but more in
tense. As iu April, some wires were
worked without batteries, while others
could not be worked at all. Cable com
iniuiieutioii was interrupted. Some
tattling phenomena occurred. Sparks
oi nie icupeu irom uus wires ainJ in
struments. Id the West. sv itch-boards
were burned and keys melted, Opera
tors rcecived severe shocks. 1'ractical
telegraph men said thev had never
known Mich u powerful disturbance of
the magnetic elements. In thecveniug,
when the sky cleared lit Chicago, a most
magnificent, sight was beheld in the
heavens. The brilliancy of the aurora
far exceeded that of the April display.
A singular feature of the aurora,
which was also noticed In Europe, was
a splendid luminous arch spanning the
sky from east to west, and passing
nearly through the zenith. Another
fetiture that added brilliancy tothe spec
tiiclo. was the variety of color visible.
The prevailing tints were rose-eolor and
green, but iu some places streumcrs and
Dutches of violet, vellow and orange
light were seen. Oil tho night of the
19th rtud morning of the aoth, tho sky
having cleared here, a splendid aurora
wus seen in New York. The magnetic
disturbance also continued. - "AVe.:U
Magnetic Storms and .Srii-NyioN,'' by
flarrett P. Servuo, in Popular .S- t'cMcd
WIT AND HUMOR.
There are few things in the world
Dora rasping than alilo of unpaid bills.
When a poor fellow begins going to
,ho dogs, ho is quickly hounded down.
Mrs. Partington, dear old Jatly, says
hut there are very" few pcftple'iiowa
lays who sutler from "suggest ion of the
An Iowa editor, being asked by a,cor
'cspoudciit if hogs paid, has looked over
lis subscription list, and sledded that
hey do not.
"I'm saddest when I sing," lamented
.lie poet, but if he could have sung for
B,"),(MI0 h night ho would doubtless have
jeen saddest when he couldn't sing.
Patti says miisiu belongs to heaven,
jut the Rochester Posl-JijrprciM thinks
fo.otK) a night a hades of a price to pav
Aberdeen has granite enough to sup
jy every person in Great Britain with
i tombstone, and is rather anxious to
"Are you Owen Brown?" asked a
Harlem man of a gentleman bo met
yesterday. "Yes, 1 am owin' Brow u.
jut what business is it of yours if I
The fat rittsburgher who sat down
ipon ami flattened out a lot of tin meas
ires at a grocery store, the other even
ng, has gone to Colorado to accept a
josition as a ouartz-crusher.
A man in the central olliec of the tcl
plione company says that the noise
.here is dill'crent from" a young lady at
t party, for one is a ball room belle ami
.he other is a bell room bawl.
Jacob Schneider ran awav with Hans
Brcitenbock's wife.- Upon being inter
riewed the husband said: "Dot is the
'jest vav not to speak a little about it.
Hut I pities Yaeob Schneider.'1
What decoration is that you are wear-no-?"
said an Austrian Sergeant to a
n .. .... ,i V i l . ...l
new recruit, ineman uiusneu oeepiy
ind responded: "It's a medal our cow
tvou at a cattle-show."
An low a woman, the other tlav. un
dertook to drive a tack, and not only
knocked her thumb as flat as a pancake,
but broke her seventy-dollar mirror be
The new license bill recently passed
by the Ohio State legislature imposes
a' tax of 30 uion spiritualistic me-
Jiuius. This i.s a un'upie way to strike
the happy medium.
"We know thee, gentle spring," sings
a poet. Indeed, but this poet would be
a good fellow to take along at a m:i
juerade. He could penetrate most any
A belle, who six months ago was so
languid that she could scarcely support
herself at the altar, now throws a tint
iron fifty-six feet and hits her husband
When the minister announces, "The
collection will now be taken up," every
Irish Invincible in the congregation
instinctively rises in hi scat and turns,
hat in hand, to his nearest neighbor.
When you see a mau walking along
the public thoroughfares, with bowed
head, apparently "buried in thought"
you can size him up as a humorist. Any
man who is always buried in thought
never has any grave feelings.
Summer boarders that have been as
signed to the top floor of an old-fashioned""
farm-house for a term of weeks
unite in the opinion that such buildings
are erected on the principle of hide
"Oh, dear," exclaimed Edith to her
doll. "I do wish you would sit still. I
never saw such an uneasy thing in my
life. Why don't you act like grown
people aiid be still and stupid for
Samuel Giinn was recently arraigned
in a local court for intoxication. When
he shot his breath at the judge the lat
ter remarked that it was evidently a
muzzle-odor, but he couldn't permit a
lie stood before her holding both her
hands in his and he asked softly' "Why
am I like a railroad train?" "Becausu
you never get anything to eat?" "N .
my own, it is becadso I hold two
Arists." "Was at the club last night; had a
lang-up dinner," remarked Tom.
"Ah!" said Charley, "then I suppose
foil have a fine headache this morning.
headache generally follows a stuffed
jlub you know."
"What a dirty coat that is," said Mrs.
'Jleanly; "it looks as though all the rag
pickers in town had had it on their
'tacks." "Then I suppose," suggested
L'leaiily, "that you would call it a coat
f ninny cullers'."
The average young man in New York
might aswellemigrato. Judge Arnoux
ias decided that ice cream saloons may
lie kept open on Sunday. Evidently
the Judge wants to discourage gallantry
in the metropolis. The Drummer.
Mr, Swinebiirne has written a poem
jii the death of Kit-hard Wagner. The
amount of damages the great compos
er's heirs will sue for is not stated: but
it is believed that It will bo less than
1 ,000,000, anyhow.
At Sarah Bernhardt' h tea the other
lay a certain Count appeared with one
arm in a sling, having wounded himself
while out shooting. "Really?" quoth
the sympathetic Sarah, "so there was
tio other game?"
Professor Swift oilers $200 ,ijs.
coverer of each comet during the pres
snt year. We may bo able to avail our
si'U of this point some night when ex
cuses for being out late run dry Low
Wasn tit rough on Clara, just , is she
wus telling 1-roderic m ,u., ll0W
ethereal her appetite was, to have tho
Book bawl out: 'Sav! will V'i 1 1 li ai it ft
" .t v aj t t ;
The insurance statisticians now say
that men live two years longer thuu they
did thirty years ago, and women tbroo
)ears utul four month louder
handofTime. By the end of this .con
luary, probably, I hero will not be more
than nine huixlrod of them left.
It is sahl that Mile. Eudka Horry, who
will soon appear in this country as a
jtar, eats butono moid a day, walks ten
milos each day, swings Indian clubs,
toys with l(K)-nound dtunb-hells and
boxes like a pmc-lighter. We should
think that Mile. Horry might bo quite
capable of managing her manager.
A full set of ivory poker checks woro
ilugup from tho ruins of Tompoli the
other day, but the eminent savants still
hesitate to pronounce upon the high
state of civilization attributed to these
people until they timl the table with a
bole in tho top.'
A married man in Rochester, accord
ing to the Post of that city, took a voting
lally to tho theatre one night, ami after
llie" first act excused himself for a mo
ment, as ho wanted to go out and "see
a man." He didn't come hack. Instead
of seeing a man, be saw a woman. It
was his wife, waiting for him at the
A West Chester physician was called
in by a mother to see lier little son, who
was' suffering with a slight chill, the
doctor stated. The mother said she
was much relieved upon hearing the re
sult of the doctor's diagnosis, and said
she had feared Iut boy had the small
pox. The doctor thereupon iutiuircil
whether the boy had boeu where small
pox was, when came the reply : "No, ho
hasn't been where small-pox was, but
he was playing with a boy who has a
cousin that" had the small-pox." Tho
doctor asked if the second boy had
been with his cousin, wheu the woman
replied he had never seen him, but she
thought the disease might be in the
family. 'ctrh.trr ('.) fiecord.
"Qath" aa an Interviewer.
George Alfred Townsond, bettor
known to the newspaper-reading publio
as "Gath." is a daily visitor to the Fifth
Avenue Hotel. He is a capital inter
viewer, and has an astonishing memory.
He never uses a note book, and can in
terview a dozen men on as many differ
ent tonics in a way that is most surpris
ing, lie dictates to an amanuensis, and
does the work of four ordinary meu.
He lives on Twentv-third street in good
style, and makes "20.000 a year. Mr.
Town send is dignified and unobtrusive.
He knows all the prominent men in tho
country, lie was the protege of the
late Colonel Forney. He served as a
war correspondent, lias traveled a great
deal, and is a bright conversationalist.
MondatEvemno, Jink 18, 1883.
The weather is warm aud sultry with
prospects of rain within the next twenty
The market ia quiet, with but little mov
ing. The river is still rising at this point,
caused by recent heavy rains.
FLOUR Quiet and steady at tpuota
tions. HAY Little inquiry and only for the
CORN Scarce with little demand.
OATS Are in good supply.
MEAL Slow at quotations.
BRAN Very little on the maiket.
BUTTER The market is overstocked.
There i.s no sale for any kind.
Ei(JS -Easy at 12J, cents, with declin
CHICKENS Demand light. Supply
FRL'IT Rtspherrits are scarce and iu
good demand at tiuotations.
PO I AT0Ed-OI 1 ones aro scarce. New
piita'ots in good supply.
yer biled pork and beans now, ,',r Wttt
till yor feller s gone?"
An editor wrote a headline, jor.
riblo Blunder," to iro over n .... : i .1
iccldentj but though it was the printer's
muii, nun, ib wtei nu account 0f f
vvodding, the editor was the niun thrush,
sd all the same,
When a cowboy goes t0 ft ,U!W,ni.
ticr-otileu to tleniand salisfneti,... li.
editor always explains that the assistant
who wrote that article "has Just eono
tut to kill a man, but will In. Li.t-Me.
few mluutc.i." The cowboy never Waits
Aether survivor of Balakluva Is dead
In England. Thus they are falling thw
"uoble sit hundred," by the imbUi
Sales and Quotations.
Not K. The prlrce here zivuii are lor tale from
drat hntida In round lote. An sdvmiru fr
char aed forhrokm lntam fliltrjifnrnVr.
VO bbla various grade
1(H) hbla iMii'y
I1 iiin pule tit .......
H lib c holcu
. 4 fti 'J'.
rar Prime Timothy ,
2cr cbulceeruall fialea.
i cara milt edge.
'J cur a while In aac' a.
4 I'tira mixed IU bulk.
6 care in bulk....
No. S lied, H;r tm
Nu. it Mi'illicraliean...,
IVt o'Mtii .. , i OflB f"
I1 lilt) uiiwaMlmd.,
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(in bbla (Mir lu lota..
100 bult City
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II A ION.
I'lnln limns VXiLVlX
H. C. Ilutua H
lunr aulua Vl
Sliwiltlure ... t
II art i ,
... . 1 I'S
'it bualie! tinrlsut,
Peachoa.halvot and quarter
A 'iplci.br 1Kb t m
Choice navy ....
Dry Kiln l choice
Sheep Helta, dry
Sheep I'ella, erocii...
rem inoii l.uge.
tiood luift. ... .
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KATIES OK KKUIt'-IIT.
Mo m yb . .
fr.CBTIP, ,,. 1',
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lelow .Memphis, 1T-J
lilt) lacka. ,
ICil) pound Northern
Moo p.iii rirjt cholcn Nurthuru...
1J0O puuud muted..,,
Bay City, Mich., Feb. 3, 1880.
I think it my duty to bond you a recom
mend fur the benefit of any person wit-hirtr
to know whether Hop Hitters are good or
not. I know tlity arc good tor general de
biiity and indigestion; atreti(;hteu tho uer
V(us system and make new tile. I recom
intnd my patients to use them.
Uu. A. Pratt.
Advice to If others.
Are you disturbed at nijiht and broktn
oi your rest by a sick child buffering and
cr)iugwith pain of cutting tcetht If so,
scud at once and gut a Inittle of Mrs. W ins
ow s ftootbing nyrup for Lhiluren leeth'
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cuius dysentery and
diaribtea, regulates the Btomuch and bow
els, cures wind colic, aofteus the gums, ie-
duces inlbiiumation, and gives tone and
energv to the whole system. Mrs. Wins-
low's .Sxithing Svrup for Children TeethiDg
is pleasant to the I ante, and is tho prescrip
tionofoneot the oldest aud best female
physicians and nurses in the United States,
and is for sale by tll druggists throughout
ttie world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
To all who are sutler in" from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ncss, early decay, loss of manhood, fcc,
will scud a recipe that will crreyou, ruts
ok ciiAiuiK. This L'reat remedy was
discovered by a minister in Soujh America
Send a bell-addressed envelope to Pie Uev
JosKi'ii T. Isman, Station I)., New York
Henry Gross, 728 W. 2lst St., Chicago,
III., says: "Brown's Iron Bitters restored
my strength after I had suffered from scar
H HI llOKHII
... it ooari 2"
8 coops hens
10 coopaycmiiK clilcketia.
9 crates 'U tn
W c-atu aa In qtiailty
(I ho' te rod "S
('holcu vullow.. - K 00
...3 S0 3 00
Norlhern Peach Dlnwa tier hnah 1 00 'll 10
Southern Ilia. Tench Hlowa per bali Wit'
Loulslaua i.ew polalnea. per hbt. .,.,.... 01 'ib
re a woman in another column near
Speer's Vineyards, pickiug grapes from
w hich Speer s Port Urapo wiue is made,
that is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for tho use of invalids, weakly
persons and the aged, sold by druggists
It is simply marvelous how quickly con
stipation, biliousness, aick headache, fever
aud ague, and mtlaria, are cured by "Sel
ler's Liver Pills."
Disease, Propensity Hiid Passion, brings
Mankind numberless ailoients, foremost
amoni! them are Nervousness, Nervous De
bilitv. and unnatural weakness of Genera
tive Onjaiis; Allen's Brain Food successful
ly overcomes these troubles and restores tlu?
Biitlerer to his toi mer vigor, f l. At urug
To Tho West.
T here are a number ot routes leading to
the above-meutioned section, but the direct
and reliable route is via Samt Loun and
over tho Missouri Pacific- Railway. Two
trains dailv are run from the Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas city, JU'aven
worth. Atchison, ht. Joseph and Utnana.
Pullman Palace Sleeping tars ot the very
fir est iniike are attached to all trains.
At Kansas Citv Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Coloiad'), New Mexico and Cal
if -niiH nnrjet with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains lor ivansas ami rteoirwnn
At OmaliM, ctiuneetioii is made with tho
Ovetland train for California.
This lino offers to parties enmute to the
West and Northwest, ut only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Stnd for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &c, of thlf
line, which will bo mailed free.
C. B. KlNNAN, P. CUANDLKH,
Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agent. Gon'l Pass Agent.
Woiia Given Out. Ou receipt of vuur
address we will nuke an offer by which
you can earn 3 to V evcuings, at your
homo. Men, Women, Roys or Girls cau do
it. II. O. Wilkinson A Co., 1JM and 107
Pulton Htreel, New York.
LLINOIH OJiNTKAL It. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Only Line Kurming
Making Direct Connkction
I'liaiKt Llatra CaiKo:
:Or ii in. Mail,
vrrlvltixln I ,Loui.4Aa.m.; Chlcako, S:30 n.m. ;
t onuucl g at Odin and KrtltiKham for (Mucin
natl, L itvllle. Itidlanaptilia and potnta Kul.
1 1:1 iB.m, ril. I,oui im(j Wetitrn
NrrlvlnuinSt. Lul1:05p, m., and coi.nectliu
for ail points Weat.
3:BO p.in. Flint Kiprew,
F ir St. Lbul and Chtratro, airlviLit at 8t. Loula
tlfiiltl Rl a. Ill I'l.t. mui. m n.
:j:BO p.m. Cincinnati lOipreaa,
Vrrlving at ClncUiiatl 7:01 a.m.; Lnuiirllla t '&
a m.i lndlanatiolla i ts a.m. I'aaaetiieri hy
this train reach the above rmtnta 1 SJ io ;jti
11 of Its in advance ot any other route.
IWTbS:V D. m. exureaa haa I'Mlun
Lfc.K,I(J fAK Cairo to Cincinnati, wlthoot
hantea, Itir rhrnnirb aleet.era to Ht lr.nia
Fant Time Kat.
Prt HS1PT1 (rTM b "l,e do thnmifh to Etat-""''t1,i--'
era tmlnta althnnt .n. A.i.
eauaed by bunder InterveultiL'. 1 he Saturrlav arW.
noon Ualn from Cairo arrive. In new York M,nl..
TLInv au hooralu advance of
v nnnoar I
in from Ca
nornltig at luili.
v other route.
t'efForUironeh tlrkete and further lnfonuatlon,
ipplr at llllnola Central llaiiroad Deriot, Cairo.
. J 11. JON KH, T'lrket Agent.
A.H. DAN80N.O..n. HaM.A(fetit. Chicago
AltltlVAL AND DtrAIOlKIi OK
I. C. K. K.(tt,rui!b lurk mail)
" (war mall i
" tSotithern J1 v
trno Mountain It. It
Wal aeh It h-
Texaa A Ht. I.ou a h. K...
Ht. l.oula A V iro 11. K ..
M.aa Mvcr arrive Wed
di parte Wed.. r(
P O. sen. del. op n frtun
P.O. box del. o. CP Irom .
Hundata (in. 'e'.. oten In.tn.
huridaii t,i x del. open from..
ty.NOTE Chaiu-a will
time to lime In cut imr.rra
."i a. m. I
..11: 0a rn J p. u
..4 ::o p m. p. m.
. p iu. i p. m.
p. m. 8 p. tu.
. in p. ot. ti p. tn.
.." p. in. S a. ni.
. 5 p. ni Si:. Hi am
..'.' p. tn . 4 p. ni .
..7::soain inTMO pm
..6 a. m . lo V p. ui.
. H a. ni. to lu a. m.
. .t a. ni to licsiiam
he riubllehed from
harce mir card, ae-
M. JlfKI'liY. P. ii.
City Ottire rs.
Mayor-l bnmaa. W Ila tYay.
Treaauref-d aili Y. Nellie.
Clerk li tii . J, Km.
Counaeior--W tn. H. (lllbrrt.
Alaraba!-I.. 11. le)era.
Attorney - William HeEdrirVa.
anAHD or alikmiiii
Mrat Ward-W m.Mcllale, Harry Walker,
mrotid Ward-Jeeae IliPklr.C. N. Ilak'l,ra,
1 bird Ward II. Y. Itlake, f g rrt Smith.
Kotirth Ward-Cbarlea O. Palltr, Adoibh Swo-
Wfth ward Ci.ai. l aticaatir. Ilii.ry h out.
'.n ii it J u life It. .I.paker.
t'lroutt Clera A. II. Irvln.
('(.r.nty Judtre J. II. hublnson.
1 1.1. lit) Clerk b. J. lli iiiin.
I on nt y Treasurer .Mile. W. parku
shetltf John lloduti.
Coronur K. Kltr.Keralrl
Ci-itrity Commiaatonerr T. W. lla'.lltlay, .1.
Malcnhey and Peter ,-iauo.
ttAIKO BAPTIST. -t.'nrtier Teuttt and Pnpli f
atrceta; preachlbif flt"tand third sunriaya In
,ach month, 11 a. in. ant 'M v. m. : prayer roue
ii if 1 buraday, " :'ip. b'-! Sunday chool, n.SO a. to .
K ' Kcv. A. .1. HKSS l'aator.
OlIl'Kt'U VP TUK KKUKKMhK-Kpl.copal
j Konrteenlh atrcet; buiiday TXOa m.. Holy
Conmunlon 10::!0 a. m.. VIum.im: Praycra 11 a. ni.
Stirdey achool 8 p. m.. Evening Prayer 7:W p.m
f. 1. ! avcnport, H. T. . H lor.
I MUST MlS&IONAKV HAPTIST CHVKCU -T
Preaching at I0:S0 a. n.., 3 p. m.. and 7:80 p. in.
iabbalb ichool at 7 30 p. in Hev. 1. J. Hhorei,
IUTIIJiKAN Thirteenth atreeti aervliel ab
j bath 1 ;S0 a. m. i Suuday achool H p ui, Kev.
MKTHUDIST Cur. KiKlilb aud Vt'altnt etreeta,
Pieachtim Sabbath li:iia. tu. and 7:!i p. in.
iiutay hchool at 4:nop. tn. Hev. .1. A.SrarMtt,
IiHF.SHYTKKIAN - Kluhth atreet: pmacnliilt on
Hat.hrh at UMW a. n.. and 7:' p. m ; prarar
Wedt'enlay at Tifip. rn.j raiin) oeuvui
. Kev fcl. V. ieit. VU T.
it H ni
O T. .KiShMI S-tHi.iiiMi Catholic) Corner Croaa
C Ml rt'alnul atreeta; aervlcea rt'ibiialh 10:S0a.
B. : rtiiulav hehool at i p. m. i Ve!era H p. m. : ler
neniieri tiny at S a m. Itcv . O'liioa, I'rleal.
f I'. PA l'!Ht'l'M-(kiinin Catholic) Comer Ninth
? a'r-it ard Waehlniflun aventio; aervlcoa 8ab
)ti'b Sand 10 a. ni.; Veap r3 p. m.; Bnnday Hchool
1 1 . m. ecrvlec ovry rtny at S a m. Be. Mastol.ers
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
J lie llownri. uiliviinic nnmin
and "ui "t ii"' r.lectru Oul
vmilo hikI Mimiietlo Appll
uneeaiinil tinrnienta area
i taiirea eura lor K ervotia I lebll
Ity, I'Hralyala, Itlieiimutiara
al Vitnl KierKV, Overwork,
nl llniln, Weak lluek, Kid
ney, l.lvnr, ana nuimnva
eomiihilnta, anil areadaiiU
dtu KITH Kit HKt. Theee
rv iulaat lm
f ruretl, and en
from belli null all
other., aa the'
anrea, nor trrlta
lino oftha akin
can be worn at
work ue well aa
real inlf notion
ftl.la to wearar.
nnt atairei of all
Tliuaa for MEW ONLT at oney reach
a - M Ui
th. ae.t ol dlaeaw, they act dlreet tiiioo N.rvoiia,
Mueealar.end Oeneratlve Oanmra. apeeniiy raaiorini
ih. .italltV-whleh la Elwtrleitv-driiined frnmthe.y.'
tambf eiwae or lndlarrtlnn, thr thua In a natural
war overoome tb. wenkneae without druln tbe "lorn-
ocb. They will our. every maa anon oi euupiiimi a
lr.Dr.tton, and we are prepared tn furnlah the mnat
empbatlo and abaolnt. proof to anptmrt otir olalma.
llluatratd pampblet Frea.or aant aaalml for An poataue,
ioaiulUtloa l AMIRIOANOALVANIOOO.
frit Uvllt4 1 tiaN.Oth St., St. Loula. M