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A Thrilling Experience
Two young Englislinu'ti sailed to-
f other on board aCuntml steamer from
iverpool for Nhw York a Hhort time
ago. Tlii'v liiid never met before, but
they hiippi'iiud to come loether in the
first evening on board, and limiing that
they had u great deal in common, soon
became something moro than mere ac
quaintances. It was a rough passage,
and thev were seldom able to jret on
deck, so they spent most of their time
plaving eearte. It was between the
deals of one of their games, and the ono
who was sitting on thn bunk (whom wo
will call Mr. A.) was shuHling the cards,
when both became aware that a third
person was standing at the cabin door
looking at them. -
'tiood God, Jack!" exclaimed Mr. B.
jumping up from bis couch, "how on
earth did you get here?"
The figure at the door said nothing,
but quietlv turned around and walked
away again. The boat was rolling bad
ly, and whenB. had done tumbling over
the portmanteau and had made his way
to the door some few seconds had elaps
ed. A. was naturally somewhat aston
ished at the mysterious interruption and
the way bis friend had treated it, so he
threw the cards on the bed, and, hang
ing on to the door, scrambled out after
him. When he got into the passage he
saw B. standing some ten yards off look
ing up and down in a bewildered kind
of way, and nobody else in sight.
Who was it?" asked A., as the other
came slowly back to him after question
ing tho steward. "1 have not seen him
on board before."
"He was my brother, and he is not on
board," was the startling answer. "I
left him in Liverpool, and I know be
can't have come away."
"Nonsense, my dear fellow; it must
have been some ono of the passengers.
I certainly don't believe it was your
brother. lie was as utterly unlike you
as one man can bu uulike another. He
was tall and you are short, he was fair
and you are dark, he was stout and you
are slim, and your faces are completely
"Yes, I know. I call him my brother,
but he i really my half-brother. His
name is C, and we are totally unlike
each other. But that man was my halt-
brother, Jack (.;., as sure as I am stand
ing here, or his ghost."
Well, there was no more ecarte that
afternoon; none of the oftieers or pas
sengers bad seen anyone answering to
the description of the supposed C, ana
ho never appeared again until they
reached New York.
When they landed, B. found a cable
message telling him that bis half-brother
' Now, so far, this incident was not dif-
ferent from score of others which have
been reported 'and publishod at various
" times; and, lieyond the fact that the ap
parition was seen clearly by two persons,
it supplies no further evidence of the
existanue or appearaueu of ghosts or
"doubles" than has been "adduced over
aud over again. But there was a sequel
to this which , lends a ghastly circum-
, stautiality to the whole affair, and makes
'it Wry hard to lattgh the matter off as a
V A, lost sight of B. eutiruly, a few days
after'arriving in America.' . While the
former went West at once, the latter
stayed in New York threo or four days
and then recrosscd to England. Two
years had passed before A. wont back'
again, and he had pretty well given up
puzzling over the mystery, when one
day as he was walking along Piccadilly
he saw the man who had appeared in
the state-room that day coming to meet
"Pardon m, sir," he began, "is not
your name C?"
"Yes," was the answer, "my nainois
C, but I must confess you have the ad
vantage over me."
"I dare say. I only saw you once be
fore, and that wa on board the steam
ship Papua in iiiid Atlantic."
"(iood heavens! Then your name is
A., and vim were with my half-brother,
rharlie it., when be saw jack. No, that
was not I - that was tuv brother. We
were exactly alike, anil were continual
ly being taken for ono another. Charlie
is utterly diff erent -but then Jack and I
took after our fathers. I wish you would
turn in here," he said pointing to a club
house close at Jiand, "and tell me all
about the day. You know, of course,
that Jack died that very afternoon?"
Oh, yes, A. knew It well enough but
the horrible difficulty was this: Ho had
never seen Charlie B. until hn met him
on board ship, and hail never seen
either the brothers C. at all. The only
knowledge which he had of their fea
tures, or could have, was from that one
short glimpse on board ship. Whom
had lie seen, then? Scarcely another
person altogether, when the leiucni
brauce of his features enabled him to
rwjognlzn his brother. If it was an op.
tical illusion it was a very wonderful
one that could so picture a face, which
he had never seen before; if it was not
an optical illusion, what was it? .Ww
"So you will be graduated next month,
Leila. Dear met what a time of it vou
must havo! I suppose you are nearly
aaggua out." twin "Uli, near, no;
mamma hires a dressmaker and she docs
all the sewing. All I havo to do Is to try
on, you know." Ladv friend "Ah, yes;
I ."- Boton Trannrlpt .
A BIQ KITCHEN.
Plana and Fricos of a Now Enterprise.
A now catoring company is being
formed in the city. It is to be a stock
corporation, limited (the stockholder's
liability loing -limited to- the amount of
his investment), with acapital of $100,
000, and ,000 shares of $25 each. The
object, as the title indicates, is to fur-
.Bisb single,? persons, families, parties,
weddings, etc., with nicely-prepared
meals and refreshmepta of the best Kind,
whenever . and wherever they may be
ordered, .' yThe company has engaged a
noted chef, with a corps of trained as
sistants. Buying large quantities for
cash, it will be able to save a consider
able percentage on the general prioes
of retailers, and a handsome amount like
wise by cooking for a largo number in
ono place and by a complete system.
The corporation proposes to lease, for
twenty-ono years, one or two lots in a
central quarter, near Broadway aud
Thirty-fourth street, and to build a
model kitchen, store-room, offices, etc.
Meals and refreshments will bo deliv
ered by a newly-invented wagon, with
special apparatus. Each nioal for each
family will bo put up at tho genoral
kitchen in a tight coffee box, on special
silver-plated dishes nnd platters, niado
to tit the box, and kept warm by steam
generated by a small heater under the
wagon. This method has been thor
oughly tested, meals having been de
livered at long distance in good condi
tion. Each family is to have also a
willow basket in which the bread, sugar,
cold pastry and other food will be kept.
A small refrigerator will be attached to
each wagon for transporting in warm
weather butter, salads, creams, etc.
When the .wagon has delivered the
breakfast, the basket and hot box, to
be exclusively used by one and tho same
family, will be left, the empty basket
aud box of tho previous meal being
carried off', and in this way no time will
Although the prices to be charged
have not been fully determined, a
careful estimate has been made, and
they will be, for breakfast and dinner,
for-service of such food as the caterers
may select and send, or for service
from a printed bill of fare, about as fol
lows: One person per week $12 or 11
Two poinng per weok 18 or 2-'
Three poraonn per week !Si or 'M
Four persons pur week "At or 'M
Five persons per week a or 40
Six persons per week W orW
'Ihe higher figures are for tho bill-of-fare
meals, which will give change of
breakfast and dinner daily, and be is
sued to patrons three days in advance,
affording largo variety and including
fruits and luxuries in season. The low
er figures also embrace a good variety,
almost tho sole difference between them
being the difference of what is known
as tabic d'hote and a la cark. The
amount of food served will be sufficient
for at least one or two moro persons in
each case, owing to tho number of cours
es at each meal. Luncheon will be serv
ed to those desiring it at rates to bo
agreed on. Where there are children
in the family, special arrangements and
prices will be made according to ao
Tho prices are not cheap, certainly,
on tho face; but it is claimed the. com
pany will furnish tho best material,
cooked in the best style. Its meals are
not intended for persousof small means.
Many of tho restaurants of the strictly
family hotels, and those connected with
large and high-grade apartment-houses
in the citv, are 315 a week per person.
irrespective of numbers. New York
A Boy Who Would Stutter if he did not
A recent addition to the Newsboys'
Homo, Philadelphia, is a bright-looking
lad who hails from Syracuse, N. Y.,and
glories in tho nameof Michael Connelly.
Michael is probably among the most re
markable whistlers of the age. lie
whistles every time ho opens his mouth
to speak, ana frequently is compelled
to whistle after every word ho utters.
"It just seems like I'd bust if I don't
whistle," ho remarked to a reporter yes
terday afternoon, and he whistled no
less than four times in saying it. The
lad is a professional itinerant bootblack.
Ho was taught to whistle as a cure for
a most aggravating case of stuttering.
So violent were the attacks that Michael
would bo thrown into convulsions when
ho attempted to speak; and lie declared
that soveral times he was nearly stran
gled to death in making efforts to talk.
One day two years ago a friendly cus
tomer suggested that he should whistle
before ho attempted to speak and see
how far that would relieve him. The
boy tried the whistling cure, and the ef
fect was so gratifying and afforded such
relief that he adopted the practice and
continued it until it became a habit.
His stuttering ha almost entirely dis
appeared, but tho result has been that
ho cannot begin to frame a sentence un
til ho eas relieved himself by a soft, low
whistle, which is repeated every few
seconds. If he says "Thank vou sir."
ho whistles threo times, once before,
once in the middle ami once at the cud
of the sciitoueo. Vtiafi;iiia ltccord.
Whoa to Look for Burglars.
"Now, do vou know the best time to
do a job in?"
Ihe reporter acknowledged that he
"Well, I'll tell vou." said tho ir.
lessor. "Uetween 8 and 4 o clock In
the morning, particularly if the night
is DiacK. mottle sleep soundest n the
hour just before daylight. Vou cau go
through a big house easy in an hour
sad scoop everything, from the jewelry
in the secret safe above the mantel to
the six-shooter and cold suner ( watch
under the boss's pillow. And thisbrings
us to our first lesson, which will show
you how to get into a house. Thero are
threw ordinary ways of doing this; by
the doors, by the lower windows and by
uio windows on tho upper Honrs. If
the upper windows are to be worked.
all you havo to do is to climb the porch,
piisii iqt your window and crawl In
iMvor try to do an vt li no- w II tout a inirt.
tier. Leave your shoes with him on tho
lookout below. You will want a light,
and you may use either matches, a can-
um-en.i or a bull's-eye IuiiUtii. Tho
nit oi candle is the best to use. Its
iigiu wil. not wake a sleeper. Then
proseouui your work ns judgment die-
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ibiaibi in;inir puia mi scared i in mum
uiiuw uiai uuu iiiBuiawur uext. tU
i LQua iVH-Vwpatch.
Bevon Stories of Noted Woraon,
Two ladles coulended for precedence
iu tho court of Charles V. They ap
pealed to the monarch, who, like Solo
mon, awarded, "Let the eldest go first."
Such a dispute was never known after
wards. One of tho principal graces of Sarah,
Duchess of . Marlborough, was a prodi
gious abundance of fine hair. One day
at her toilet, to uuger her heroic lord,
she cut off' her commanding tresses and
flung them in his face.
Nollekins, the sculptor, was a para
gon of parsimony.. In his own.house
candles were never lighted at the com
mencement of the evening, and when
ever he and his wife heard a knock at
tho door, they would wait until they
heard a second rap before they lit the
candles, lest tho first should, have been
a "run-away," and their candles should
When the Princess Charlotte of Mock-lenburg-Strelitz
canio over to be mar
ried to George III., sbo was ten days at
sea, but kept gay the wholo voyage,
sung to her harpsichord, and left tho
cabin door open. When she first caught
sight of St. James' Palace she turned
pule. The Duchess of Hamilton smiled.
"My dear Duchess," said tho Princess,
"you may laugh. You have been mar
ried twice , but it is no joke to me."
Whilst Frederick Morel, the great
scholar and eminent priuter, was em
ployed on his edition of "Labanius"
ono day, he was told that his wife was
suddenly takeu ill. "I have only two
or three sentences to translate, and then
I will come and look at her." A second
message informed him that she was dy
ing. "I have only two words to write,
and I will bo thero us soon as you," re
plied tho philosopher. At length he was
told that his wifo was dead. "I am
very sorry for it, indeed," said ho, going
on with his work, "she was a very hon
The marriage of Racine was an act ot
penance neither love nor interest had
any share in the union. His wife was a
good sort of woman, hut perhaps the
ruost insensible of her sev, and the most
proper person in the world to mortify
the passion of literary glory and the mo
mentary exultation of literary vanity
It is scarcely credible, but most certain
ly true, since her own son relates the
fact, that she had never seen acted, Dor
ever read, nor desired to read, the trug
edies which rendered her husband so
celebrated throughout Europe. She had
only learnod some of their titles in con
versation. Maria and Elizabeth Gunning, who
appeared at the court of Georgo 111.
one at the age of cightceu aud the other
at nineteen were two portionless girls
of surpassing beauty. "They are de
clared, writes Wafpolo, "tit be tho
handsomest women alive. They can't
walk in tho park, or go to Vauxhall,
but such crowds follow them that they
are generally driven away." One day
they went to see Hampton Court. As
thev were going into the Beauty Boom
another company arrived. The house
keeper said: "This way, ladies; hero are
the beauties." Tho Gunnings Hew into
a passion, and asked her what she
meant. They went to sue the palace,
and uot to be shown as a sight them
selves. The younger of the. fair sinters
became the Duchess of Hamilton; the
other became Lady Coventry.
The ls.nn the Eol Teacher
"Well, boys," said the Old Settler,
"spring's with us 'eordiu' to the alniin-
ick, but natur don't seem to be in much
f a hurrv to git her new frock on, d ies
he? They tell me ez tbey's still two
foot o' snow back in tho woods, an" that
the b'ars hain't commenced to trapse
round with their cubs y it. The wav it
looks now, 'bout all ihe brook trout
we'll git 'fore the first o' June 'II be
tickers. Well, suckers is jest cz good
fish V7. swims, if they'm only left to
iwim. hen you come to ketclun an
atin' of 'em you spile 'cm. Whenever
see a man cz kin spend his time a ti-.li-
m tor suckers, i aiiers thinks to my
self, 'Thar's a fust-class mule driver
" ell, Major, said the blionn, who
had been sucker fishing nearlv all day,
I think fishing for suckers ain't any
worse than bobbin' for eels, and every
one knows that if there is ono thing yoo
like better than another it's bobbin' for
'Kiglit vou are! He's a genewine
hunter, he is, an' don't wait fur his vic
tuals to come a Uoatin' 'long inter his
mouth, Take a nice, cool night, when
they ain't no moon, but when they's
plenty stars a htnkin down at you from
the sky an' a blinkin' up at you from
"An' vou git in your boat an' row out
on the river, or out on tho pond, an' ev
ery cbugo' the oar-lock stirs up an echo
over 'ginst the hills, an' ev'ry swish o'
the oar blade breaks the water inter liU
tie waves ez turns white, 'z if they war
kinder skeert o' bein, rustled round
like that. An' bimo by you git to tho
place where vou'm goin' to anchor,
cause you know thcyj eels (thar, jest a
layin' low for suthin new to pounce on.
An' you anchor an' sink yer bob, big ez
yer fist, an' in less'n the wiggle of a
tadpole dip comes Mr. Eel's teeth inter,
the imi). j iny am t no mist a km' it-
Ho telegraphs it up tho stick es proper
ez kin tie. an vou fee t go clear to
your shoulder, an' distribit itself (rom
yer topknot to yer toes. Then you he
gin tor raise him. You hand e him ez
gentle ez if ho was yer sweetheart.
Steady air slow! Steady! Thar you
have film to the top o' tho water! Now's
yer time to lose him if you don't look
sharp! You rest a second, then zip! an
thar you have linn in the boat, not i
layin like a stick, but a slashin' an
fightin' ez if he know'd jest what adurn
fool he'd ben a makin' o' hlssclf, an'
wanted you to know, b'gosh. that he
"Yoiilarn Huthin' a bobbin' for cols,
boys. Tho way ho sticks to the bob
larns you whoa you git a good thing
hold outer It; an' tho way he fights ar
ter ho gits linn in tho boat larns yon,
it gosh, to never give tin when vou are
down, an' to never die till vou have to,
So don't conio a talk'nr to mo about
sucker tlshln' beln' a sport like bobbin'
fur eels, Sheriff', 'cause I won't have it,
b'gosh'llmlghty." CormwnicH'' of
the A'cw York Sun. 1
. .'m '
An excliang() says: "A tavern keeper
in Schuylkill county, Pennsylvania, is
said to havo died of grlf imillM 0f H
failure to socuro a lleciiso losell liquor."
! e fear that It will not become euldemio.
Small Foot, or Big Shoes.
Thnro was another ttooi' fellow, a vorv
small man, who had received a very
large pair of shoes, ami had not yet
hon hMh tn efliict anv exchange. Onn
day the sorgeant was drilling tho com-
fiany on the lacingf, lugni iaco, ion
ace, right-about fitco, and, of course
watched, his men s led closely . to see
that they went through the movements
nroinotlv. Noticing ono pair of feet
Iniirn tin) lino Hull, never Iiiutireil lit. tlm
command, tho sergeant rushud up to
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1 11D lumi;niJl Ul Lutein, 11 H 1 1 11 anuiu(
and in menacing tones demanded :
"What do you mean by not facing
about when i tell you? I'll havo you
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pill ill toe gum -ii-jioiim
"Why. 1 did, sergeant!" said the
"Ynii iliil mil. Kit'! Didn't I. watch
your feet? They never moved an inch."
"V ny, you see, sum mo poor iei
low. "my shoes are so big that they
don't turn when I do. 1 go through tho
motions on the inside of them." "7?eo
ollertioiiH of n Druminfi'-Doy" in tit.
General Sherman has two daughters
married to naval, officers, and it num
ber of instances have established what
seems almost u rule of the two services
that pretty daughters of men of tho
United Slates army are generally cap
tured by young lucu of the United States
An attractive, youthful appearance se
cured by using Parker's Hair Balsam to all
who are getting gray.
Ho tettor'n Stomach Bittern meet the require-
men of ih rational inuiltrul phvl oopby v hirh
at p enent prvailn. It lea perft'c'ly puro visita
ble remedy, emhrncluir the thrue linimrtaiit prop-
ertk1 of a preventive, tonic and an i.lii'muve.
it ioriine toe uouv airmn-i uipeaee, invitioraieR
od revltali.i-a th toruid otomscb i ml livi-r, miu
etTctii a utary rhinii' In the entire ryuu-m.
fore ale by all OiuirlfltH atiJ Dealer licutrtinv.
I have known and watched thf i of Swift'
SDecltlc for over flltv yearn, mid have never k"owu
or heard of a failure tn cuie Hood I'oiron w hen
properly taken I uu'd it on mv Hervuntu Irmn
18.VJ to "iBVi, aa did ao a number of my nelchbnra,
and in ;very cane that came within niy kiiowleilte'
It fleeted a cure. In all mv life I have tietvr known
a remedy tint would ho fully accompllfli what it Ik
recunimended to do
H. L. DKNN A KD.I'crry, (ia.
I have kni.wu and it-ed Swift's Kpedflo fur more
Ihuii twentv yearn, and bavu econ more wonderful
renulu from Ita Ufe tlmu ftom any remedy lu or
lit hi the l'barniaciit u-ia. It I a c rtaln ana tare
antidote to all aorll of Ulooil l'n'oe
J. DICKSON SMITH, M. U.
Hie (treat Drujr House of Chicago.
We rin mil lwit;,tn to mv ' hat fur a year nant
wuravonold more if Swift'n Specific (S.H.S)
thin ail other Mined Purifiers comb ned, aud with
mum astonishing reroltn. One pcntlen no who
UD' n balfa dozen nmtn nay that It baa none nun
more good than treatment which cot hliu ft I, "JO.
Another who baa uevii It lor a hcroluloua alllictlou
reports a permwent cure from li nee.
VA.i rllA.i;ri, MtYaasu.n cs iu.
81,000 UK WARD!
Will he paid to ai y Ohemlnt. who will find, on an
alynli. of UK) bottle S. 8 H . ono particle of Mer
curv, Iod'de 1'otHiliim. r any mineral rubpanco.
rut. fin i i at iii. ir iu '
Drawer a, Atlunta, tia.
tr-VVrito for the lltt'e hook, which will be
Price: Kmall Ue. HKI.00 tier bottle. Larae ilne
(holding double quantity), 1.7!i bottle, ah urug
Uinta fell It. H
A New and UompiHi! Hotel, frinillnu on l.evo
Second aud Itallroad Strevta,
The I'aPPenner U-iiot of I lie l.'hli.Ho, Ht. I
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V ,lr n'iiiHri, ni.,
I.011IP and l'arllle; Inm Mountain and Hnuihitrn,
minim, wiim, i airn ann. fit. I.omft Knuwayp
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Landing In lint one pijiiure dlPlHiit,
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Laundry, Hydraulic Klevnlor, Klei trlc Call llellP
Automatic, r-lra-Alarnip. Hatha, abnolutuly pure air,
prim mrwurnu mil wiupieui apiollitmiiilH .
Hanerh furniphliiKP; perfect aervtcu; and an uu
, Xj, I. PAKK KILVCO., I,h.p,.r
Bpaadlty rMtoatHl bylhaup of taHn TfmU
Miwf, which ITclully curat Nervous Dbll
liy, Loat Tlrlllty, Frvmatur Ucvajt and
all lapublM arlplng turn ovawopk and iiomim.
ptoaapW f Vltalla mallad tirf, aml4,tv
1NMM Dr. WUUlw, K ClMlaaatr. a
Spkku's Port Gpape Wine !
FOUIl YEAKS OLD.
rpilIH I'KI.RBKATKU NATIVE WJNK ! mad
a from the Juice of the Oporto Oraue. rained In
tbiacountry. ltd Invaluable tonic and Ptrciigth
enlnir propertli a are uuaurpaned hv any other
Native W I no. Ilelnt! ihe pure Juica of the Grape,
produced under Mr. (Sieer' own personal aupervl
nmn, !ia purity and ni'imlm nenn, are i(iiarauteed
Tlti yoitnent child 111.1 y purtake of Itn Ki'tieroua
qualltiet, aud ihe wcakiirl invalid uuu it to ail van
tau' It In particularly lienelkliil tu the aned aud
di'hilltated, and nut' il tu the variotm ailmentn that
fleet the weaker He. It In tu every reaped A
WIS K TO UK KKl.lKlt UN.
Speers V. ,. Sherry.
I'ho I'. J.KIIKItKV In a wine of Sunerlor Char
acter and 1 artHkenofthe rich ijuhI th'n of the urape
from which It. in made Kor Parity, Itlcbnenn, Kla
vir and Medicinal l'roncrtien. It will be lunnd un
Spoors r. J. Ih'aiMv.
Thin hliAN'ltV nisnitn mirlva'ed lu thla Country
belucfiir nuuerlor lor medicinal tturpoat-f. It In
piiredintlllatlon Iro n the (crape, and rontatnt val
uu'ilo medicinal oroperiien. U ban a delicate fla
vor, ninclar to that of ihe rrapen, from which It In
distilled, am! if in ureal fuvnr amouir flrt-clan
liinlllm. rice tluit t"e nit!Uiture of Al.rltr.lt
HI'KKK. I't'idtle, ",v . J., Is over the cork of iad.
Sold Uv PAUL SCJIUH
AM) HY filtl'lptlsrs KVHIU'WII -'UK.
Tliii elegant drnung
is picferud Ly thuu
v, ho have useil it, to any
,uni.jr article, on ao
ount of it tuperior
ltanlinm and purity.
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only llul are bencfi'jul
to the icilp and hair
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Parkcr'i Hair Balutn i findv nerfumed nd li
warranted torment filling rt tl, chair and to re.
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If you are a met hanic or Loner, worn out with
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If you are a lawrr, initr or busineu man ex
hausted by mental strain or anxious cares do not take
Intoxicating iUinubnti,Lutue Paiker't Ginger Tonic
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ism, Kidney I'omrUinu, or wny disorder of the lungt,
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GODipfwd of tbt b,t rniHml gruin tb world, indltmUnly
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TON Colooss and look for signature of
tm rtry bottli, A ay druj-vlit or dctUr to pcrfuawrj
co up(ly wm. V5 and li cnl tM,
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Electric Appliance are sent on 30 Days' Trial,
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLD,
WHO are nuirerlnu from N'KRvoi'n DunttJTr,
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T100R, WAnrisri IVmdi: s m nml nil thoje iIim.iu,
of a I'RHMOHAt, Nati'iik o -ultin from Am tap and
Otiikr I'Ai nKP. Hnrilv rnliiit Hil l rmni,'te rwtu
naionot 1 1 r Ai.Tii, lo.'Kiin.l 1amuiom,iak.inted.
The Hranuext iIIk,-ovi rv of ;lii N 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 h IVntury.
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vous Debility, Exhaustion, Impotenoy,
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this Sit indftrd Kemuily Is rt certain cure.ntid
to nil ain li milfrrt'i h, I111 send u Ktiltelni'iit of
their troiililca, 11 iiHiitliv nnilli'lent to provj Its
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P. Ok Box 8404. St. Louis, MO.
Bhop on llullliliiy Avninni, Imtween t'ourth and
Bixiu eiireem, i inrii, Illinois,
trAII klniln ol Unlit and heavy liliiuknmilhliiK
waunn and rarrluue work ilouu In the luoH WOlk
niaiiliuu mauiinr. II ire nboeluK a ipocialty aud
na t DR- f fi f
I BEfORE AND AFTER 1
I cessr f-sar
ILLINOIS OETKAL R. R
Shortest and Quickest Routt
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line Running j
O DAILY THAINci
From Cairo, I
Making Dikeot CoNNKOTior
Train Liavi Cairo:
3:Of3arn. Mail, i
Arriving In ht . Loula a.m. ; Chlcano,8.:)0p.m. X
ConnectlnK at Odin and Knionhaiu lot t'lucli i
nail, I ouiavlllti, Iudlanapolii nnd points Bait, j
U:i 1 B.m, 8t. Louln and Weateri
Artlvlne in Mt, Loul7:05 p. m., and couneetin
. for all points Went.
3:00 ii.m. 'iit Katprrtsi.
FtrKt. Loula and rhlcaRit, arriving at St. Loul
10 M p . m ., and C hlcao 7 : . . m .
:i:SO p in. Cinoinnhti Kiprean.
arriving at ClnclLnatl 7:() a.m.; Louisville 6:t
a m.; Indlanapolln 4:06 a.m. J'aanetjBrf b
tl tn train reach the above nolutn ly to 31
liuL'HS In advance of any other route.
HB-The :S0 p.
m. ttrian ), In I ur
M.KKI'lNO ( AH Cairn tr r'lnelhn.H
chMigtiia aud througb Import to bt. Loots to
Fsxtit Time Katt.
V ST1 (rfl'M lLl' lltie K throU(h to Ess
uor'vlil-iv-1 a eru points without any del. 1
cuuned by bundsy Inteneuliig. The Halurday afte
ooon train from Cairo arrive! In new Yo'k Mouds 5
tiorniugat iu:m. inirty ilj hour, lu advancei
m other route,
!1jy-i''or through ticket" aiid ftirttier inforuiallut
spply at Illlno. Central Kallroad Depot, l airo.
J. II. JONKS.TlcRet Ak-ent.
A.O. EAN80N. Oen. I'ani. Atfcnt. Chicago
K. R. TIME CAKI) AT CAIKO.
ILLINOIS CK.MHAt, H. K.
Train! Depart. TralLP Arrlvr
aiau a m,
tAccom II :lo a m.
t.ilall 1:05 a n
KxprcPi 11 id a n
Acconi 4:l.'i 11 11
tExpren. a p.m
C. 6T. L
N. o. h. k. iJacksoa mute).
.. 4:-t."a.m. It.Mill 4:HOU n
tKxprepp ... 10 :tOa m
(ACCoDI H .VI 11 ui
tT. L. ft C. U. It.
( Narrow, irauifi').
,.. S:(pi ami Expr-p 1 :1 a n
in: Vt m. Kx. Mall...4:1i)p u
.12: rip in. Accom t;W p n
HT. L. 4 I. M. It. It.
..I0::ytp.m. tExprn. 2:30 p.n
w., t-r. i v. k. it.
....H:0i.tn. I 'Mall & Ex.. t).3op n
. 4:ii p.m. 'Acci'ii 10: 0 a. n
,..',M a m I r re I It li.fj p.n
MollILK At OHIO It. It.
I & .Vail ..
Mail & Ex..
m. I Mall t):10P.n
Dally except huailay. t Dally.
TIM K ( AHU
I) hi' A Kl L'KE cr
I I'm r
K.(tLroui;h lot k mail). 5 a. m.
.1 p. 1
B d. 1
..A p. m.
..S: p. in.
. .in p. m.
,.? p. in.
..5 p. m.
Iron Mountain K. It ,,
Wabaah It It
It U. I"
'lexa. A St. I.oii'a It. It
6 a n't
8:30 a '(
4 P. i : ;
Ht. Uiula (Mro H. K
.2 p. m
l iver artlvea M ed , hat. & Mon.
" depart. Wed., Frt. & Hun.
I' O. Ken. del. op n from 7 :30 am toT:30 p'. .
r.O. box del . 0, en from .. ...... a. m . to Hp 11
Mimlaj p (fee . clei. oi eufrom... Ha.ru. to 10 a t
8iitnlas tiox del. open from....ti a. nt. to lo:SO a. ,
ttrNUTB I'haneoe will he pti ill. lied fn; !'
tiuie to tlrne Inclty pner ('banve 'our iarip t 'i
cordiitgly. WM. M. Ml'Kf'UY, !'. M. )
Mayor 1 hnnia.. W. tia Kay.
Tre.aurei tlLarhl F. Nellie.
Clerk DrOlilP. J. Koiey.
Coui,aelor--Vi m. B. Gilbert.
Mar.hal L. H, Meyera,
tloruey William Uei.drlr.ki.
BnsRn or auiiiistiK
flrat Ward-Win. McHale, Harry Walki-r.
Si'cotid Ward-Jeppe llitikle, I.'. N. lluiihea.
Third Ward-H. K. Blake, Kg ert (smith.
Fourth Wird-Cbarlei O.-I'ailir. Adomh
filth ward-Chat. I ancaplrr. Ueuty H'out
Circuit 't ildue D. J.llaker.
Circuit Clerk A. II. Irvln.
Couuty Judjre-J. II. hoblnpon.
Comity l'lerk-H. J. lltimm.
Cotiniy Treapurer Milna W. 1'atker,
hi.erlll Jolm llodk'ep.
I nriini r K, Kltr.Kerald
County CommlKiiomirp T, W. Jlulllday, J.
Mulcnhcr and l'eter uuu.
i;tll Kt HKH.
1A1KU rtAI'TlST. Corner Tenth aud I'opl
I 1 .iri.el.- nrearhlna flrpt and third Hunduva
iHcb montli, 11 a. in. and T:)p, in.: prayer inee.
1 11 1 'i uurnuay, i:.nili. m. 1 ounuay .euoui, i,;.)o n.ioi
K itev. A. 4. 1IKSS I'HPtor.
IHUHCIl OF THE IlKIlEKM KK (Kplprop
ly t-onrti-eiith ptreiit: biimlav 7:00a m,. II,,
Con inunlon 10:::oa. m., SI uru 1 n p l'rayerp II a. n
(utidav achnoiap. m r.vpning rrayers t.v p.i
I, J. 1. nven liort, 8. T. B. Hector. ';
i.-liiM MISSIONAKV HAITI 8T CllfhCll.!,
V I'n'i.' hiiiK at Ki wi n. it.., H p. in., and 7:110 p. ilij
'tili.ii.th M'hool t 7:!W p. in Hav. T. J, Hhure. i
I "r l4
1 I'TUKltAN -Thlitneiith street; aervli.ei Ha "-.
la baih l::i a. m.' onmlay athuoUp m. He;; j
hnnl pc, poitor. 1
I KTIIttlUST Cur. Klithlh and Waliiot itreet 1'
1 I'reaeblii Babhath li MIU a.m. aud 7 : p. 1 fh
ndav Hr.honl at H:i)u p. in. Kuv. J. A. Ucarrut"
I JHK.HBVTKKIAN -Kl(ihlh alteet; preacbtugi l ,
1 BalibBth at 11:0(1 a. m. and 7:110 p. m.; pray: 1
n.uettiii! Wednepilav at 7:H'ip. nt.; Sunday Schy L
t p. m, Kev 11. V. Oeorie, pastor. ; (
T.dOHkiMt'H-Utiuian Catholic) Coriior tWj. 1
il and Walnut at.reota; service. Habbath 10:BH f ,
n.t Hiiudnv Kchool at 8 U. m.t Veppen Sp. m.;e' t
owp ovary day at. Ba. tn. Hot. O'Uiirl, l'rluat. j
, I, 't.uiiu.u tinn.n f'atttnllrM.'firniir Kltit,
W. 1 . 1 A I 10,. n ci ,,w.m,.m - - - M
O atreot and WMhlngton ivenn.i inrvloea Hi: J
nnlh H and 10 1. m. i Veapen S p. m. ; Bnnday Hchorf I
1 n. in. HHrvmui evurT ut mv a .tws.
nit smart n on avoraiie $00 to 18 (X) per day prj j
rt,,,i m.rt n en avnraea tt.00 to 18 (X) per day Pr
Bt. l I mi tho "Pocket Manual.'' The most marvet
tuna little volume ever laued. Neutled, endore
and pnrcharvd by all cIiippu!! liottllntt In tho boo
llnoeverfiualtolt. Will prove Jt or forfeit 5 li
Complete psmplu and outfit ff 0 , or lull part
enUr. fur plain 11. Don't Hirt OUt lualn Until Vo
loaru what I raid of thla hook and what other
re doing. W. II. THO.MI'HON, Febllsber, 41
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