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WTARUBLT IN ADVANCM.
All Coramnnlcalioii ibould t addruiiod to
Pubhshvir aud Prouriutor.
Mrs. James Fisk, Jr., tbo widow of
tho onco famous speculator, is said to
bo in needy circumstances iu Boston.
Ono hundred and lifty-fivo honii
cidi'9 to ono hartinr is a four years'
record iu San Francisco.
In Franco nearly all tho railroad
ticket and signal clerks aro women,
who aro paid as much as men. They
are preferred because of their sobriety.
Ventilated bedclothes is ono of tho
latoit inventions of English genius.
They aro perforated, and permit tho
vapor from tho body to escape.
Every seventh year in California,
since tho rainfall record has been kept,
has been a dry year. Unless this rule
is set aside, this will bo a dry year.
A New York Assemblyman has in
troduced a bill prohibiting the sale of
cigars or cigarettes to boys under 17
years of age.
AnEnglish.noblcman, now traveling
in the west, is charged with falling in
love with the housemaid of a Denver
hotel and wanting to marry her.
Miss Thcodocia Gray, of Darien,
Conn., aged ninety, who has been
toothloss many years, is now cutting
an upper front tooth.
Lucius II. Murch, of Belfast, Me.,
5 asses as tho most patient man next to
ob. Three times a day for twentv
iive years lias Mr. Murch recorded la
his diaries the stato of the weather.
Archicologieal diggers at Canterbury,
Englaud, found a score of ancient skel
etons, souio Roman uras of rod waro;
a fragment of a highly decorated Ro
man bowl, and curious flint instru
ments. In 1SS3 no less than 70,615,596 tin
cans of tomatoes were put up iu tho
United States, tho wholesale value be
ing about $6,(KX,000. Maryland puts
un about one-half of tho product, and
Ivow Jersey over a fifth.
Georgia's penitentiary now contains
1,322 prisoners tho largest number
ever recorded on tho registry at oue
timo. Tho large percentage of the
criminals is made up of young negroes,
umong whom crime is on the increase.
The Indians aro tho richest land
owners in the United States. They
number 237,066, exclusive of the Alaska
Indians, holding 181,397,783 acres of
land. Sumo of tho tribes own 3,000
acres per Indian. The average Is about
ono square mile to each Indian.
Greone county, in tho eastern part of
North Carolina, is noted for tall and
largo men. There were born and rais
ed in that county six brothers, all now
living, whose combined altitude is 87
foot nino inches, an averago of six foet
threo and a half inches. Their aggre
gate weight is 1,350 pounds.
Rev. John Sun-do-Movo Jasper still
preaches to largo congregations in
Richmond, and scouts tho idea that his
usefulness and inlluonci) liavo been
impaired by the efforts of his enemies
to causo a rupture in his congregation.
Ho says tho membership of his church
now numbers nearly 2,000.
A New York detective has a plain
gold ring that has, in tho past two
years, been used to perform 185 mar
riage ceremonies. It is used at tho
oflico of tho commissioners of emi
grants, and is loaned to the groom
while tho priest or minister performs
tho service, and is then returned to its
Devil's Lake, iu Northern Dakota,
does not in any sense deserve its
name, for it is a lino sheet of water in
tho midst of beautiful scenery, and
there aro no evil traditions concerning
it. The fact is that tho Indians calleii
it Spirit Lake, and the white man re
garded a spirit as necessarily a devil.
Residents talk c.f changing tho name
back to the original Miunewakau.
James Fowler, of Unity, Me., eighty
fivo years of age, informs the lii-lfast
Jourmil that within 100 rods from his
house in Unity is a stump from which
was cut one of the masts of the frigate
Constitution. He says ono tree wSieh
was cut for a mast lodged and broke.
The ono finally procured was hauled to
tho Sobasticook river and floated down
Tho treasures of a long established
and successful manufacturing concern
In Providenco, 11 I., when approached
ly the representative qf a bankrupt
ljus'mess with a proposition for settle
ment, accepted it so promptly as to
cause some surprise. In reply to an
inquiry, he stated that it had always
been the rule l his concern from tho
beginning to aocriit the first oiler made
Tk?" ,6-0d TAt 1,1,1 tho tailor
family, for Cam belonged to a rrm,l
family JWt judge a nmn bf his
failure in life, for many a man fails be
cause ho ' is too honest to succeed
Don't judgoa man by tho house ho
lives in, for the lizard and the rat often
inhabit the grander structure. When
a man dies, they who survive him ask
. what property ho has left behind; the
angel who bends over tho dying man
aska what good deeds ho has sent be
Last autumn, among tho guests at a
shooting lodge In Scotland, was a
young and beautiful Australian ladv,
with tho additional attractions of $15,
000 a year of her own. She moved
about a good deal with tho shootiug
parties, and in doing sp had many op.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNlNe) FEBISUAUY 20 1881.
nortunities of observ ing a rather good
looking young gamekeeper. Observa
tion begat fauey, and fancy lovo. Wo
aro told if thero is ono thing which dis
tinguishes Australians from Americans
and English it is decision of character
and promptness of notion. So, when
sho realizod her feelings, bIio at once
took quick action, proposed, was ac
cepted, and started in a week for Aus
tralia. It was not very many years sinco
that a young lady, residing less than a
hundred miles from Augusta, brought
a breach of promise suit for damages
against a quite wealthy gentleman,
who had been wooing her. the recov
ered $5,000. This became the founda
tion of a largo fortune. The lady had
two brothers in ordinary circumstances
who were employed by tho day liko
thousands of other workmen. Tho
brothers outered into business with tho
$.5,000 us capital. They wero shrewd,
and to-day are ouo of the wealthiest
firms in tho stato, employing a largo
number of men. Kennebec (Me.) Jour
The lato Joseph Arnold, who was for
many years cashier of tho Birmingham,
Conn., bank, had a prodigious memo
ry. The Sentinel, of Ansonia, says that
after ho had heard Mrs. Kimberly read
"Hiawatha" he repeated tho entire po
em, no lost Ms temper to tno point
of profanity just once. A farmer had
caUed to deposit somo money. Mr.
Arnold counted it and found it $5
short, Tho farmer persisted and tho
cashier counted It again, with tho samo
result. Well, thero was that sum
when you took it" tho farmer broke
out. 1 ho cashier stopped, looked lis
customer square in tho eye, and rctort-
d: '"Do you suppose, sir, tnat I wouui
be such a blanked fool as to b teal $5
when 1 could step right back thero
(pointiug to tho vault) and steal $100,-
Tho followiug is a vory singular illus
tration of tho optical delusion which a
change of position will sometimes ef
fect. Take a row of ordinary capital
letters and figures:
They arc such as are made up of two
parts of equal shapes. Look carefully
ut theso and you will perceive that the
upper halves ol tno characters aro a
very little smaller than the lower halves
so very little that an ordinary cyo
declares them to be of one size. Now
turn the paper upsido down, and with
out any careful looking you will sco
that tho difference in size is very much
exaggerated; that the real top half of
the letter is very much smaller than
the bottom half. It will bo seen from
this that there is a tendency in tho eye
to enlarge the upper half of any object
upon which it looks.
ilu lii'hc of llir Kissing Bee.
It would scarcely be doing the proper
thing for me to write the Mtuo of our
host or any of his family, but to such
an extent did one of his many girls at
tract me that I have called her the
"C:ttamaran,"atid will endeavor to de
scribe her. A girl of medium height,
with a deep bruuetto complexion, hair
as black as a raven's plume, eyes as
deep as the sea and as black as coals,
with long eyelashes and teeth like a
miniature graveyard, whito and regular
as tho tombstones; about live feet, three
inches high and as straight as an ar
row. A calico dress adorned her
shapely person, and I Iookod in admi
ration at her as wo sat in front of tho
door and asked tho distanco to Cuflee
ville. Sho said not a word, but her
lips seemed to curl with mingled scorn
and admiration. Dimples graced her
cheeks, and when sho laughed as sho
did after a while her wholo faco was
lit up in a way that is indescribable.
Mr. Dash said it was not far to Coffoo
ville, but urged us to stay with him.
Jake soemea to know him and wo con
cluded to stay for tho night Tho homo
was much liko all other nouses in this
section, but the wife was a New York
(Oswego) woman of culture, and we
spent tho evening very pleasantly. And
horo I will again notice tho "Catama
ran." Sho said but little, but seemed
to bo ubiquitous. Hero and thero, ev
erywhere in a moment. I could hear
her talking to tho other children for
she seemed to bo tho general manager
and her tonguo would swing like a
bell-clapper, but before U3 she said but
About 8 o'clock sho disappeared and
I looked in vain for her. After a whiio
a wagon was heard coming, and in a
moment more a strapping big fellow of
about 20 came iu and asked for tho
."Catamaran." 'Til bo there directly,"
Baid her voico from somo invisible
quarter, and in a moment sho came
bounding into tho room, completely
metamorphosed. But I will not speak
of her dress for beauty unadorned is
adorned the most. "Como, let us hur
ry," said she pushing her gallant to
the door; "we'll bo back when wo get
here," said sho as sho passed into tho
darkness, and in a moment more tho
Bound of a hay wagon rumbling across
the prairie was all that was hoard. I
asked where sho was going to, and her
little sister said sho was going to a
"kissiug bee," about ten miles0 away.
She spoke as if it was nothing unusual
and no comments were mado upon it,
but 1 thought of it after I had gone to
bed aud wondered if it was tho custom
of tho country. Sho returned about 4
o'clock and at 6 o'clock was up and at
work as usual.
A greater number of "grass widows"
do not, I venture to say, livo any
where in tho same number of miles
than can bo found in tho counties of
Labette and Montgomery, Kansas. I
think that out of twenty" houses that
we passed, ten of them wero inhabitod
by those peculiar kind of Widows wlirmn
husbands (or sometimes tho wife) had
"lit out" and gone away to tho East,
West, or tho Indian Territory. From
It has been said that because cattle
sometimes prefer impure water to
drinking water no pains JQfculd bo
n V ?up,,y thum with pure water.
Alio Untush Medical Journal explains to
agriculturists that the reason for this
lactls that cuttle when given tunk
water are not kept properly supplied
with roek salt, mi their desire for sa
me food animals will drink the most
inipuro fluids, and will even eat earth,
lho writer thinks it both Injudicious
and cruel to deprive animals of salt,
and thus compel theiu to seek" it in ref-
Forest f lei'mnnjr.
In tho German section of tho Boston
Fair nre two pictures that attract one's
attention. Ihoy are in deep frames,
and are covered with glass. There is a
landscapo background, against which
is a bough of a tree upon which is
perched a bird. You would think that
they wero a kind of embroidery with
tho bird in very high relief. But no;
it is an oil painting with a real b'rd
(pressed rather flat) mounted on tho
hough. The pictures aro by ono of tho
proiessors at tno rorest School at Else
n.vh Eisenach, not far from tho for
est of Wartburg, whero Luther throw
his inkstand at Mephistopheles. Tho
person who has charge of this depart
ment kuows a good deal about tho for
est schools. Of the vast tracts of forest
that Gcrmnuy has, thero is not a squaro
rod tnat is not under careful Inspection.
mis is necessary in order to keep up
.1 m y . . .
mo supply oi iuei, uecavsu tno Uer
mans cannot bo Induced to any great
extent to ourn coai, iearing us noxious
The forests of Germany have also as
iiiucu of a uistory as those of England.
In the timo of tho crusades, when tho
nobles wantod to get monoy to go to
the cast, tho towns wou'd buy their
woodlands; so it happens that there is
hardly a town in Germany which does
not possess tine forest tracts. And it is
well that they should, havo got hold of
them, as tho private owuens seem to
have been irresponsible porsonagos. In
tho sixteenth ceutury so many of them
had got into tbo hands of tho Jews that
many of tho estates were forfeitod. Tho
new owners, in order; to get at their
monev in the ouickest wav. nrnrmiiiimt
to fell tho timber. Thus largo tracts
wero devastated. At this juncture tho
government stepped in and took tho
forests under its immediato protection;
ana tnat was ttio beginning of tho forest
royalty. They appointed a class of of-
ticials to look aftor the wolfaro of tho
trees. Beforo entering ono of the schools
it is needful to have graduated from
ono of the public schools; then to havo
spent a year In tho forests as assistant,
in order to havo some practical knowl
edge of the art; another six months
must have been devoted to tho study of
forest booking in order to bo ablo to
superintend tho cutting and soiling of
the. wood. At tho end of this timo tho
student is ready to enter tho school,
when a year and a half must bo do
voted to tho science and theory of tho
The cost of attending tho lecturos at
the school is about $10 a year, while
tho. previous half year given to tho
study of forest bookkeeping has been
at tho rate of $75 a year. While at tho
school tho students aro called forest
practitioners, and affect tho air of tho
university students. They also nflect a
peculiar costume. This is a short, bright
green cloak, a hat with tho wing of a
forest bird arranged on ono side, and
high hunting boots. After graduating
they go into tho forosts for five years
as assistants, at a salary of $112 a
year. At tho end of that timo they bo
oomo foresters at a yearly salary of
$500. After five years as forester they
may bo promoted to the position of for
est inspector, in which position they
havo four districts under their charge',
receivo an annual salary of $700, with
some gratuities, and look out for tho
moneys accruing from tho timbor.
They liavo now reached tho topmost
bough to which they can reasonably
hopo to attaiu. Thero is, of course, i
tho position of head of the Forest
School at tho salary of $2,000 odd
(very munificent for 6ermany), but as
tho chances for each ono aro "only ono
in a hundred, and it is only the most
talented that aro chosen, it is to be pre
sumed that they do not reckon on it
with any confidence. Theso foresters
support thirteen newspapers especially
dedicated to their science, two of which
are illustrated, and, by them, tho sci
enco of arboriculture is carried to tho
highest pitch of perfection. As ono
expresses it, "the forests of Germany
aro as carefully looked after as a garden-patch."
V oman's "Weight.
When a bulky woman is seen in the
street with an exterior of irregular
folds and draperies, tho oUserver can't
tell how much of it Is human and how
much garniture. It might bo a slender
woman with a great deal of garment,
or a plump ono with only a thin simu
lation of heavy covering. It is now,
inoro than at any other soason of the
year, possible to graduate ono's out
lines. By the way, I had a letter lately
asking just how thick a woman ought
to be in proportion to her length. Of
course, a very young girl may becom
ingly be thinner than a matron, but I
think that I havo heen about riht in
making up tho following table:
t., t t' i ttL . round
Five feet in height should wcLli ioo
Five fe't-no inch should wein luft
Five loet two inchei should weli;h 113
Five feut three inclies should weitfh. . 119
Five feet four indies should wvMi.... i:w
Frve feet live inches should 13S
Five foet six Inches should w!jn 144
Five feetsevKii Inches should wtjili..." l.")0
Five feet eit;ht Inches should weiSh... 1M
Five feet nine Inches should wol"Ti.. . 100
Five f.wst ton Inches should weigh...!. WA
Five feet eleven Inches should weigh 17
Six feet should weigh 11)
If you take that for a standard con
sider also your configuration. If you
are womanly in shape that is to say,
if your lines are distinctly curved by
your framework of bones as well as by
llesh, you do not need quito so much
weight for your height as though you
wero of tho Ktraight-up-and-dowa or
der. In selecting an out-door garment
you ought to chooso with referenco to
what kiud of a basis your form pro
vides for tho proposed cloak or wrap.
It isn't necessary to reveal vour knowl
edge to anybody else than your maker
I mean your dressmakerbut it Is a
fact that the proper study of woman Is
woman, tho particular study being her
self, with a view to artistic improve
ment. Cincinnati Enquirer.
At a meeting of blind men in San
Francisco tho chairman said that tho
legislature raid 110 heed to tho petition
of tho 200 blind persons in California
for an institution in which they may
earn a ; livelihood, instead of begging
in the streets. There is, he safd.au
asylum for tho bliud in the state, but
only persons under 21 years of age,
natives of tho stato, aro admitted. Deaf
mutes aro taken care of, and so aro
inebriates, but tho blind inua's only
Delicate aud Feeble Lailes.
Those languid, tiresome sensations, caus
ing you to feel scarcely able to bo on your
feet 5 that constaut dram that is takiii"
from your Bystem all its termer elasticity";
driving the bloom from your cheeks; that
continual strain upon your vital forces,
rendering you irritable and fretful, can
easily be removed by the use of th4 mar
velous remedy, Hop Bitters. Irregularities
und obstructions of your system are ic
lieved at once, white the special causes of
peiiodical pain are permanently removed.
Noue receive ho much benetit, aud none
are so prnfouudty grutelul and show such
an interest in recommending ilp BilMs
FEELS YOUKO AGAIN.
"My mother was alllicted a lowr time
with Neuralgia aud a dull, heavy, inactive
condition oi tnu wuolo Byttem; headache,
nervous proetrution, aud wus almost help
less. No physician medicines did her
any good. Threo mouths ago she begun
to us Hop Bitters with such good effect
that she seems and feels young aguin,
although over 70 years old. e tliink
thero is no other medicino fit to use in the
family." A lady, in Providenco.
BiUDFOUn, rA., May 8, 1873.
It has cured me of several diseases, such
a ncivousness, sickness at the stomach,
monthly troubles, etc. I havo nut seen a
Bick dsy in a year, since I took Uop Raters.
All my neighbors use them.
AllaS FAN.ME GltEHX.
$3,000 Lost. "A tour of Europe that
cost uib ''$3,000, done mo h-si good linn
one bottle of Hop Biltera; they uUt
cured my wife of fifteen yesrs' nervous
weaknes.--, sleeplessness and dyspepsia."
R. M. Auburn, N. Y.
Hop Bitters is ut, in any sense, tin alco
holic beveraga or liquor, and could Lot be
sold fur use except to persons desirous of
obtaining a medical bitters.
Gkeo 3. RaCM, U. S. Corn. Intre'l Rev.
So. Bloo.mixovii.le, O., Miy 1, '7U.
Snts I have been suGaring ten veins
and I tried your IIop Bitters and it dune
me more good than alt the doctors.
Miss S. S. Eooxk.
We re so thankful to say that our nurs
ing baby was permanently cured of a d.in-
j;rou3 and protruded constipation and ir
regularity ot the bowels by the use of Uop
Bitters by Us mother, which at the saiue
time restored her to perfect health and
strength. The Parents, Rochester, N. Y.
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and !' ken
of your rest by a sick child Buffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth? If so,
send at once und get a bottle of Mrs. Wins-
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
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 cures dysentery and
liarrhrea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, le
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins-
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to tho taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and beht female
nurses and physicians in the Uuitcd States,
and is for sale by All druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
"Jiough on Corns."
Ask for Wells' "Rough on Corns." 15c.
Quick, complete cure. Hard or soft corns,
Quick, complete cure, all annoying Kid
ney, Bladder and Urinary D.seaaes. $1.00.
"Bough ou Coughs."
Knocks a Cough or Cold endwise. For
children or adults. Troches, 15c. Liquid,
Oc. At Druggists. 2
Allen's Bilious Fhysic is a purely vegeta
ble liquid remedy for IIeiduche3, Bilious
ness and Con3tipstion. Easily taking, act
ing promptly, relieving quickly. 25 cents.
At all druggists. 2
U. S. Surgeon Recommends.
Dr. J. M. G. Pheeton is a U. S. Ex-Sur-
gcon, residing now at Blooming, Ind. The
Dr. writes, to ssiy: "I recommend Samari
tan Nervine because it turrs epilep.iy."
Physicians, generally, are its frieuds.
Fortunes for Fanners and Mechanics
Thousands of dollars can be saved by us
ing proper judgment in taking care of the
health of yourself and family. If you are
Bilious, have sallow complexion, poor appe
tite, low and depressed spirits, and generally
debilitated , do not delay a moment, but
go at once and procure a bottle of those
wonderful Electric Bitters, which never fail
to cure, and that for the trifling sum of fif
ty cents. Tribune. Sold by Barclay
ARKANSAS AND TEXAS.
Along the lice of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Ttxas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, arc thousands of
acres of the choicest farming aud grazing
lands in the world, ranging in price from
$2.00 to $300 and $1.00 per aero, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
in 1832, and make up your mind to go and
ice for yourself when you 1 earn that the crop
for 1883 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, ono
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed formoneypaid for tickets or freight
over tho Companies lines.
H. C. TowNsKND, Gen'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
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For Sale bv
PAUL (!. SCRUM
Special Ants, in this eitv.
617 St- CLerks Street, SI. LOUIS, MO.
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..I lii til- tr.-.il-
ut ir i iironio. N'.'i- vol ik. 1: 1 1 1 mill
lllrio.l Ii-.e.ibi. Ihitit ti.iv rth.-r i hvs.-! -n In
St. I.OIllS, Hi PllV J:unr sUt-'V Mil. I H i'l dlil ri"M-
ilfTiH ki'nw. p.'i-ii'Oili."-. ..I i!Ui i.iir li) tirill,
f !( an l lnvlti-.l. v frliMi.l'v Oil k in- h iihit..n
rosts niilhim-. W li.-n It I" fi.r.nv. uj.-nt to vIMt
.ltf' (itv .i.r tr :it m.-iit . m 'll.-ln ijiii I.eM ut
l.y m ill ir 'C.rv4 in n u I. r.-. I'nniWi- :i-i
t'11'.r.'int... il ; wlu rr Mi 'il.t l-.-ts it Is frankly
ttatfil. t i or Writ.-.
Jiryous Prostratioa, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mtrcuriid and other
affection i of Throat, Zliiu and Eonts, tW4
Impurities and KIo.iJ PoisoninSkin A1H;;
t'.ons, Old Soros a"d Ulc. rs, Imp;.d:.n)fnls to
attention to cmos from
CASES receive itpccial attontica,
Diseases arising from Iu-.f radenecs, Ejcccs.s
Iadulgoiie;3 or Exr.osurs.
It ti wlf-r-vl-li-nt t!:.i n t-hrIctiin rylnsf
farlli'Dlar atti ntlnn t.i nclii-i t -a - attaint
t'O'iit skill, anil 1 1 v it-Ian - In r. lriilnr pr 1 1
(ill ovi-r tli i'oiiiiiry ximwliiu' this. iV-ii"ii.ly
r'Ttvritwml CHi'slo (hi- ol.Iil f.ilirt. In Ain'-rlrii
whfirB fvfry known p.ilanri. Is ri'iirii''l t.,
bthI thf io'mI troid i Tin - I i'T nil
iisTPi iinil it uii tri'. nr. ns.i, A u li.'lt" hoiio I
lui'il fiirnlHi'f piinm.w, rui'l nil nn tri ntt .1 w Itli
skill In ii riHpv,ti'nl liuimu r: ami, kii"lin;
wlint to io. no i..x(nrl un nts uri' n. -i.li'. iinin'"
count of llio triv:it iiiimiIut :i..IvIhl-. tlm
rhnrvri'S nn. kci.t low. often lo'.nr tl-.an W
ilcninnili'il hy otlicr- If von wruri' til'' "kin
ami (ft n V'""(!)" mill I'lit'iit 1 i I - inri', tlinl H
tlm iiiipi.rOin: inilt'T. 1'uinl'lili t, uii j iii'S.
Sent tu uny flilrfiis frw.
Lkrant cloth a;i.I irilt l.ln.lln. Kinli il for W
ci'iit" In postal!, or iirrciii'V tlviTtllty wom
'iTflil iin )ilrturi , true to lift' . n rt t !.- on tliq
followliiir stiiiiTts. V ho niiiN iinirrv. wtioiu.t;
-hv? I'moi'i-hi." toiii.iri-v. Who nmt rj llrsf.
lanhiwl. tiiii inlliK"!. I'liv-li'al rtway. Vlnj
vlionlil mnri'V. Mow III" nml lin''lnfs nmj I .
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.fiamintr 1iiiM r ml it. It omlit to In; r..a.l
oy all uiliilt ntohi', tliun ki pt uinli r lin k und
kcv. l'oruliir nUMon. hirni" iitrnvi-, I'tit ra.i.r
tovcr nml J'jOiiHgi.'.lticiUts b' mail, luimmijr
FLO IK, OIUIN AND
Egyptian louring Mil Is
litest Cash Friie Pfcld for Wli at.
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Siuntcst ami Quickest Kouto
St. Louis and Ckicam
lho Oulv l.xuo Huuuiri
O DAILY TRALVri
Making Diuect Conneoiiom
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thin- to Miin- !u i Hy Jj'ip- T . ( La"-, 'i' T..'ir .T.riM ac
cot;i;L-!. WM. M. MCKl'llY. I'. M
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1'olici; MaijN'r.itt: A. Conilr.i'.
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. .,..,rd Wuril- Jc !!n'k!i C.'N. Ilu-hi'i.
i 1. ; r i Ward H. K. Kia'u-, fj ' rt .mUh.
rotirth Watri-Cl.ar!e O. I'atlcr, Ai!o:ph So
HftJi Ward Ciaa. I.a'.ca-u r. Il-n.ry Stoat.
r'r' n:t Ju'..:- ft. .'.I'.-ikrr.
firrait I M.rrtt A . H. Irv'n.
Ci.nr:'v Judco- J. II. I(fli!uun.
Conmy Ckrk S. J. liurnir..
i 'mi iity Attorni'y
County Tri-Hi'tinr Mtl W. Parker.
i .uri'tier - li. I'p.rcra'd
CouiWy Cu.r.nil-i'iom-ri'-T, Vi. llu! ii.l iy, J. It'
MalcahfV ir.d Peter Sn'tn
C-t.UKO llAI'TlST.-Coriu .-r Tt-iitb and Poplu t
J streetc; pn.-nch!m; ev-ry Sur lay mo-nlr.a mul
niuht. nt ni-nal bori. Prayer Kieetlny Wiitncs
day nltlit ; Sundar Thoo!. !::!' a.m.
liev. JXO. T. KDEN, Pastor.
f-MiCUCH Of .T1IK KLDKiiMKli- tEplacnpal
J Fo'irterniti sirent; Mttnday 7:..ioa in., Holy
Con.mnnion ll):S0 a. m.. Morning Prayera 11 a. ni.
Sunday arhoolSp. ni., Kvinln(: Prayra 7:t'p.m
K. P. 1'avenport, S. T. It. Hector,
j liif-.T YISSIONAKV: BAPTIST CUL'KCH.
,'" rr 'ii' hiiiR at 10:ao s. n..,H p. ni., and 7:30 p. m.
hl.luitli nrhoul ut 7: P- m Key. T. J. Shore,
I UTllKKAN-Tulrtcfciitli street; rervltct Sal
1 ha'h 1 : !0 a. m. Sunday school 2 p. m. Kcv.
t I RT1HI)1ST Cor. EUhtb arid Walnut itrfntft,
U Preftchlii Sal.liath ll:0) a. m. and7:"J0 p.m.
ndar Scl.o.1 at H:tK)p m. Key. J. A. Scarrelt,
p ia i r.
I J KKSUYTEHIAN' SVtith ulreet; preacnlng on
I Sal tmth at 11 toil a. rc, and 7:30 p. ra.; nrnyir
'ci'ttni: Wedueadav at 7:3') p.m.; Sunday Scheol
i :1p.m. Ilev 11, V. George, pastor.
"T. JOSfclPlI S -iTiuinsi) Catholic; Corner Cruaa
O r il Walnut "troeta; Ma a a rvory Sundav at 8
and ISa. in.; Stindcy school fit 2 p.m., nnd Vchp-
erantUp.m, M oaa every morning at 8 a, m. Kuv.
OT. Pa THlOli'S (ltomaii Catholic) Cumor Ninth
a'reet and WanhlnRton nvonue; Maaa evory
KUndiiyand and 10 a. m.: Sunday aclino at 8 p.m.,
,,nd VefperD at p. m. 'ns cvo y tnorii'uii lit 11
'.m. ltov. J, Murphy, pui-tor.
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