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Iill'o in New South Wales.
Tho past year haa been disastrous
to tho stockmen, and consc'iucntly
business of all kinds has sull'crcd
prcatly" said Mr. Burchitt, a rosidont
of Sydney, Now South Wales, to a
Rochester reportor, tho other day.
"For twclyo months, not a drop of
rain has fallen In New South Wales,
and as a rosult tho cattlo and shoep
havo died by hundrods of thousands.
Ono man lost 150,000 shoep and 15,000
cattlo, and many others havo boon
ruined. This is tho most sevcro
drought sinco 1826, and has boen 60
terriblo that In many instances wild
boasts, larpo birds liko tho emu, cattlo,
and shoep may bo seen struggling in
tho holos where tho surfaco water col
lects. Tho rabbits aro tho groatost
nests which tho Australians havo ever
been called on to fight They aro so
numerous that at timos tho plains for
miles aro alivo with thcru, and aro so
thickly covered by tho moving mass
that what littlo verduro thoro is is cov
ered from sight The kangaroo is also
a very troublesome, animal, and sinco
herbago has boon cut off by tho drought
thoso animals come up boldly to tho
dwellings in soarch of food. The gov
ernment and tho stockmen expend
largo sums of money in exterminating
these vermin. Forrets and guunowdor
aro usod to kill rabbits, and tho'kanga
roos aro surrounded by largo bodies of
men and killed by thousands. Thcro
is no apparent diminution, however, in
tho number of tho posts, and it is be
coming a Borious problem whether
thoy will not eventually drivo tho peo
plo from thoir stock farms. Tho dam
ago dono by wild animals and tho dis
astrous effect of the drought havo prac
tically put an end to stock-raising in
somo portions of Now South Wales.
On ranches where a year ago the grass
was twolvo inches high tho ground is
now covorod six inches deep with dry
sand, which has boen blown in by tho
Mr. Durchitt has been engagod in tho
wholesale tobacco business iu Sydney.
Speaking of tho Australians, Mr.
Burchitt said: "They aro remarkably
fond of athlotic sports and racing.
Crickot rowing, football, etc., aro gen
erally indulged in, and so far as racing
is concerned they go ahead of any other
nation. Tho tracks at Molbourno and .
Sydney aro tho linost in the world, and .
tho racing stock is of tho very best
Hotting runs vcrv high, and immonso
sums aro lost ana won at each moot
ing. At tho raco for tho Molbourno
cup thcro nro frequently threo hundred
entries, with thirty starters. Tho at
"tondanco is generally from 10O,000;to
150,000. Tho racos nro hotly contest
ed, and Martin Henry, tho winner of
tho Mclbonrno cup lastyoar, mado two
miles in 2:27. boating tho best record
evormado. He won Xy a head, carry
ing 106 pounds."
In rofcrenco to tho settlement of tho
country, it has como to bo tho caso that
squatters arc taking up small farms in
tho midst of tho grazing country as
they havo tho right to do undor tho
law. Each man can take 610 acres
anywhero ho can find unoccupied land,
and tho wator-coursos uro generally
taken first This compels tho stock
men to buy out tho squatters, ttuci leads
to a great deal of ill-feeling. "As ono
of tho rosults of the drought," said Mr.
Burchitt "many stockmen who a your
ago could draw a check for 100,000
aro not now worth a 5 note. Tho
banks own all tho land and the stock,
and for their own protection must
carry tho ranchmen through until it
"Whilo tho old mystical superstitions
aro dying out," says the Loudon
Graphic, "tho superstitious of science
nro beginning to haunt ignorant or
half-educated minds with ouito as per
nicious an effect Feoplu are no longer
afraid of bogeys or portents in tho skv,
but they quako at the mention of mias
mas or acids in tlic svstem. 1 tie man
who is too wiso to -v. calamity in an
overturned salt-collar deems it no folly
to ascribe gigantic evils to a dish of
strawberries or a packet of cigarettes.
The known dangers of Arctic exp!o
ration have no power to daunt thoso
with tho genuine explorers spirit
When air John trankliu was prepar
ing for his last expedition, objection
was offered to his going, because ho
had reached tho age of 60 years. His
friend, Sir Kdward l'arry, replied:
"He is tho ablest man I know, and if
you do not send him he will certainly
die of despair. b.nd rrankliu him
seif when asked to repose on his
laurels: "My lord, I am but 5U." It
is relatod that "ho appeared as ioalous
of a few months of his ago, when it
was a question of exposure to great
danger, or of exocuting a work of dilli
culty or suffering, as a woman would
of being thought oldor than tho parish
Tho India canals aro a distinctive
foaturo of the country. They aro
splendidly built being Intended prin
cipally for irrigation, although having
locks, so as to make navigation pos
sible Tho largest and most imporU
Ant ono is the Ganges Canal, which cost
tho Government 2,0X),000. It is
about 300 miles long, runs out of tho
Ganges and procoods into tho Ganges
again. When tho subject of building
it was agitatod, tho interesting natives
Towed they would never for an instant
tolcrato it tapping as it did the sacred
river of tho Hindoos. Then when tho
work was actually begun they changed
thoir tactics and gravely declared that
water would not remain in or How
through tho canaL When tho fallacy
of this position wag shown, they reced
ed from It and contented themselves
with solemnly asserting that no natlvo
would ever avail himself of tho im
provement. It is now in full opera
I i 1 K
' Hclcniifli' l i.-.i- ll.uy.
From eheinii'ul anal) sis and the char
acter of prevailing Mentation, Kel'jier
and Iniai hud Japan's suil pour.
Clover does nit seed in New Z'iil:i ri
beeauso there are no htiinlili'-llrr to
fertilize tho flower;. Various attempts
which havo been ninde toiutrodueu the
insects havo proven fvitilo, but Mr. J.
C Firth has succeeded at length in get
ting a consignment of humble-bees,
which wero transported in a torpid
state in a chilled room. If successful in
acclimatizing them, Mr. Firth expects
them to'savo him if5.G.iO a year in clo
ver seed, all supplies now having to bo
At tho London Health Exhibition Mr.
Francis Galton has established a labo
ratory fur tho "measurement of human
faculty." Each visitor will loavo a re
cord of name, ago, sex, occupation,
placo of birth, color of hair and eyes,
height standing and sitting, weight,
length of span of arms, strength of
squeeze and pull, swiftness of direct
mow, capacity of chest acuteness of
vision, conditions of color sense, and
acuteness of hearing, and will tako
away a duplicate Mr. Galton regards
tho art of measuring human faculties
as tho dawn of a new and interesting
Dr. O. J. Lodgo ha3 been engagod in
certain researches concerning atmas-
Ehcrie dust, a summary of which ho
as given in a locturo to tho Hoyal So
ciety in Dublin. Dr. Lodgo bolieves
that dust which properly includes
fogs, smoko, and clouds or mists may
be urtilicially withdrawn from tho ut
mospliere, and by experiment ho has
shown that a small quantity of air may
bo freed from its dust by discharging
electricity into it He thinks that it
may be possible to clear tho air of rail
way tunnels iu tho samo manner, nnd
that somo impression may bo mado on
a London fog by sulliciently powerful
electrical discharges. Ho intends to
experiment in a genuino London fog
with large machines.
At a recent meeting of the Physiolog
ical socioty of Berlin, Prof. Busch call
ed attention to the fact that caries of
tho teeth appear to be peculiar to man,
as it has been observed in no other an
imal. It is not, however, u character
istic of civilized man alono, as it has
been seen throughout a largo collec
tion of skulls, even in thoso of pro-historic
time. Some races aro more dis
posod to it than others, tho Celtic, Ar
abian and Polish races being but littlo
affected with unsound teeth. Certain
families aro particularly predisposod to
caries. General habits of body, and
cortaln diseases havo a great inlUieuee
upon its development Teeth with un
dulating enamel have much less power
of rosisting caries than thoso whoso
surfaco is smooth. As is well known,
disoased teeth are rendered practically
sound by removing every particle of
carious subslaueo and covering tho
sound dontiuo with a protective coating
of gold, gutta-percha or other acid-ro-sisting
The results of special investigation of
tornadoes in ISX'2 and IKH'J havo led
tho United States Signal oll'uw to adopt
a plan for thoroughly studying tornado
phononieua. Tho work is now carried
out by about 800 observers, called tor
nado reporters, whose stations nro
mostly located in tho states of Alaba
ma, Goorgin, South Carolina, North
Caroline, Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas,
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Nebraska, Wis
consin and Minnesota. Sinco March
10, 1884, according to Sergeant J. P.
Finley, tornado predictions have been
mado a matter of daily study. Tlienv-
crago up to dune 1, shows that it has
been possible on lifty-hvo days to suc
cessfully predict from the morning
weather map that no tornado would
occur ou that day; on twenty-eight
other days tornadoes were predicted
for particular states or larger regions,
and ot tiiem the tornadoes on seven
teen days occurred in or near tho spec
ified region, while on eleven days tor
nadoes occurred in regions for which
they wero not predicted.
How lie Wns Hint.
"Poor fellow! poor fellow!" mur
mured a sympathizing old lady at the
Broad Street Station, as the. form of a
man all wrapped iu bandages was
born in a litter from an incoming train
to an ambulance "Poor follow! Ho
seems to be very much hurt Do you
know how it happened?"
"No, mum," answered a polite sta
"Maybe it was a collision," siig!;esU
ed the old lady.
"There has been no collision on tho
road that 1 know ol was the reply.
"Could ho have been run over?"
"Ho is not hurt enough for that."
"True. His limbs seem all right
The hurts seem to have come from
bruises or blows," added the old lady.
"Yes, mum. Looks like it."
"But cau't you guess how it hap
"I don't know, mum, unless he tried
to tnke up u presidential vote." I'hilii-
The present average of speaking in
the United States Sonato is about 150
words per minute, though there aro
several speakers who utter more than
2(A). Among tho fastest speakers at
present uro Senators Beck, Hawlcy,
Plumb, and Morgan. Bock loads tho
list Senator George, of Mississippi,
is perhaps the slowest Daniel
Webster was a very slow talker, au I ho
would not average over 100 words a
minute Henry Clay spoke- much
faster, rolling out about 100 words a
minute. Calhoun was also slow until
he became roused up with enthusiasm
of his subject, when his words would
How more rapidly. V. O. Titmss Demo
crat. St Paul's is a rosiing place not for
the dead only. There is no greater
contrast to bo found in London than by
passing into St. Paul's from Ludgato
llill on one r.i lo or Cucipsido on tho
other. At noontide, especially ou.hot
Summer days, the cathedral is well
tided, if not with worshippers, at least
with quiet and orderly vl4trs. Round
the ni.ii'-s there is a steady streuru of
sightseers, but on the benches in tho
nave there aro all sort:) and conditions
of men and women, aomo of them
workmen dozing in the unwonted
quiet, others men of business pausing
for a moment from the hot chase.
A I'orlrail ul' I'liimso (ioriloib
In person General Gordon is slight
and blunt. His appearance is more
hiiggestive of activity than stateltness,
and Holding can lm more unassuming
than his manner. There is a beautiful
child like simplicity about his smile,
which recalls, by a certain curion as
sociation of ideas, tho impression pro
duced by tho hrst sight of Mr. Cariyle
But thero is something about his lower
faco suggestivo of latent "hardness,"
of a will that can be as of iron, and of
a docision that shrinks not at hewing
Agag in pieces beforo tho Lord, should
tho necessity unfortunately arise In
him a sympathy as impulsive and as
tender as that of a woman is united
with tho lierconess and daring of an
ancient Viking. The man is positively
uniquo in this combination of puritan
and crusader, humanitarian and sol
dier, revolutionist and man of order,
idoalist and man of affairs, that our
timos havo scon. Tho diversified influ
ence flowing from this heterogeneous
conglomeration of antithetical qualities
act and react upon his miud with a
most bewildering rosult Never was
there any man so diflieult to follow, or
so easy to understand. "Gordon,"
said one who knew him well, "was cro
atod for the express purposo of con
founding all newspaper editors. Ho
never says tho same thing twico or
sticks to ono opinion two hours togeth
er. Yet, by those who aro capablo of
looking below tho surfaco and cloaring
away the apparent inconsistencies,
thero will bo found a cloar silver throad
of consistent purposo running through
all his impulsive vagarios of thought
and expression." To tho creatures of
routine and humdrum General Gordon
is a sheer lunatic. To tho ollicial with
his red tape and straight laeo ho is a
bete noire. A man who is constantly
saying nnd doing tho most paradoxical
things, whose mind is quicksilver, and
whoso life is dominated by n curious
combination of religious principles of
Cromwell and Thomas a Kompis, is in
deed an incomprehensible phenomenon
to tho dwellers in tho well-ordered
roalm of commonplace Thoso who
havo no faiths, but only habits, are
naturally at a loss to account for a man
of admitted genius whoso convictions
nro tho oddest jumblo of enthusiasms
that can bo imaginod. A Governor
General of the Soudan, who interrupts
his administrative duties in ordor to try
to nurso a starving littlo black baby
back into life; tho patron saiut of tho
Anti-slavery Society, who legitimatizes
tho slave-trade by a decree and resolves
upon, appointing the king of tho slave
traders as sovorcign of Khartoum, is
not a man to bo described by any
formula; ho must bo classed by him
self. So men who have not a titho of
his administrative genius, or hi3 shrewd
political sagacity, shrug their shoulders
and say that Gordon is mad. And, of
course, if they themselves aro tho typo
of true sanity, they aro right; but if so,
then ho is one of those madmen whoso
madness is of the nature of inspiration.
Gordon's eccentricity, of which many
strange stories arc tld, his impulsive
ness, his unreasoning generosity, do
not in the least Impair the marvelous
unlucnee which tio seems to exert on
all with whom he comes in contact
From an atiirj.c by It' T. Stead, in Uic
A Dold Voyage
Two natives of Denmark, Peter
Mullcr and Nils Pctorson.sailors, started
to-day on a bold and dangerous voyage
They intend to travel from Kodiak
island to San Francisco in a "bidarka"
or skin canoe, following tho coast in
nil its indentations. The distance to
bo traveled is considerably over two
and probably noarer threo thousand
miles, over ovorv foot of which fliean
enterprising men propose to propel
their craft with their doublod-bladed
Aleutian paddle Their craft is a
double-cnder, ninetceu feet six inches
long, and two feet four inches beam
amidships. It consists of a slight framo
of onen wicker-work, covered whh sen.
lions skins, with the exception of two
oval hatches on what wo may call the
deck. The canoe can bo easily carried
by the two men, and as tho "depth of
tho craft is not over fifteen inches, the
baggage and provision must naturally
be reduced to its minimum iu weight
nnd bulk, consisting of a small tent
blankets, frying-pan and tea-kettle, a
r:no ami a snot-gun, a so-called native
"pump" for freeing the canoe of water
by suction with tho mouth, somo tea,
sugar, and flour, fish-linos, etc. The
enterprise is exceedingly bold in its
conception, involving an amount of
physical labor, hardships, and dangers
appalling to most men. But these men
are possessed of unusual energy and
At the beginning of tho present cen
tury largo fleets of similar canoes in
pursuit of sea-otters accomplished near
ly tho samo journey now proposed
by tho two Danes, but then they wero
accompanied by Ilussian overseers in
able sailing vessels to which the canoes
could rally in case of danger, and tho
progress occupied more than one sea
son, with long intervals of rest and
recuperation. Even under such circiim
stances their expeditions were attended
with much loss of life Alnska Cvr,
San Francisco Bulletin.
An old timo magistrate in Goorf ia
onco delivered tho following decision
in the caso of an iudustrious settler
who was sued for a small sum: "Tho
defendant in this caso is a hard work
ing man. Ho settled in tho woods and
has cleared up a big new ground aud
is now opening up another cloaring. I
don't think that no is ablo to pay tho
debt nt this timo, and tiio other man
appears to bo in good circumstances
and can aflord to wait longer. 1 can
not, therefore, givo Judgment against
A whittling Yankeo has cut with a
lack-knife, from a singlo plno block, a
large, solf-liko group of figures rop'ro
souting a span of horses attached to a
carriage, in which aro two men. It is
tho most wonderful piece of enrvin"
over socu in Now Haven, and is truo
to life. He has been at work for
months on it Evon tho spokes of the
wheels are perfect and tho wheols ro
volvo on thoir axlos freely. Tho har
ness is completo in every detail, and
can bo moved on tho horses. Several
months more will bo required to per
fect tho group in minor details. It is
viewed by many pooplo dally.
Til U RSI) AY M OHM NO
THE GHtA I
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, backache, Headache, Toothache,
Sore Tliri.iU. NhHIIiim. rul-,
lliirni. Nrnll. nut title;
1111 I I.I. Ill II Ml lllllill.t I'llNS AMI illlFH.
Sold li uiumiiI l"l''" f 'Tvwli. H"s t'uuu a boltlt.
' Jnr-'iloii Iu 11 l.niK'ue' il.
Till" 'I VI''" A- VOOt W It '.
buMu to KutLLiitai) U.iltlimre,ad.ll'.B.4.
The Feeble Grow Strong
WIkt. llotcttiTu Stoiiuich l!t.!iT In iiu'd to pro
liloti! HCH'iniliiii'Hi 'if tho f'H'il uinl i uticli the
blued. Jwliiri'Stloii. the chief (ilwtar)e 1 1 iim urqiii
ait tuti ol Mrnisitli liv Mm wviik, Is an u'limiit
wliii h luf'illii'ly Micnilithi' t' the: :irtinn of Hit" tn
fallih o cnrrri tivii. of ti i-1 uiid MMt:k',
til' I lira In i-li-iMi, mi'! uruwIiiL. cvMiticc if pfiim
til. i! d'Tiiv, iui- M'cili y riMihii riirteil !y Ihc uri-nt
iuviKurnn't. which truccf up llm t lufkul cticr.'io
nnd formic Mi" c.'H'lt'il'.' n m.'iiini'l di.-c :-cs
Fur ht'v ty nil UrtiKUift- mid Dcnicrs k b r.,y.
617 St. Charles St. it. LOUIS, M0.
A rasrulnr Ormluntn p; two mMlral
college!., )ih- l imi lopi.1'1 t'Dk'.ti'cd in "t lie? tr.vit
rueiit uf Chronio, IS'ervoi tw, Skin nnl
Jilooil DlcM-cs tli.ni any iilln r iiliysiclan In
!?t. l.iiiili, as cilv :i'i'i' sliow iind id I i Id rcd
lent know, Cuu'iilliitloii ,tt oll'.cn or by n, all,
free and Invited. A friendly tuik m ti is dpliiiuii
costs noililm.'. When It ti Incoi.vciilent to lilt
the cltv fur treatment, tin dli'lnen eiin le vent
tiy mall or erii every w h' ie. I 'in aide ci'c
iruar.'intced : where doubt txtbta 11 1 ll'iiukly
ktiitid. Call or SVilte,
Norrom Promotion, TMililtv, ItentBl an it
I'hynlcat Weafcnixi, ltprfmlal nil ether
affections of Throat, Skin and Bourn, lllood
fmimrltleil and Hlooil Poisoning, Skin Affix
tlons, Old Sore mil t'lcern, Impediments to
Marriage, Hhpumatlnm, PI leu. Special at
tent Ion to eanea from over-worked tiraln.
Kl'KOICAL (ASKS rectlTg aperlal at tent Ion.
I)heane arUlnir. from Impruilenret, V. ytw
Indulgences or Expoiures,
It Is nelf-evldent that a jdivsiclan f".vln(f
partleiihtr uuintlon to a clas-s of cmei, atlaluri
iri at (kill, and idivsicians In regular praetleu
all over the country knowing tlils. freo 'ently
recoinrnend im-es to Mieoldi-t o:Hce lr A inerl
ca, where every known iippliaiice fei,rv-i
to, and the )rovi'ilifrol reni'oli'-.' M al
u'c and coiinirles are un'.l, A whole l!inn la
ns' il forollleeiiiiriiosee, nnd all are Ireale.i a II li
Fkill In a reieeifnl riianinr: and, know.nn
.t'httodo, no expci iiiieni-ari; made. ,n . e
count of Hid prent niiinlnr npiilvlnir, the
i harttc? arc kejd low, often lower than is i'i
Uiandcd hy otlierK. I f on secure the p U I : lid
L-et aiicedy ami iorli'c't lllc cure, thai s .iie
important matter. J'uuipUkl, uO I.i'-s. H:ut
to any udilreMi lice.
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No inn ter how you cot It Uun on'ii l upcliie
PorouH l'lu"lern rtlil cure your dy pcpula. etc.
llW'fH"" v,il!,t .'!! ',";-SIot liopeiit'iii!
I'Uil J fortfl'i, Sin Ilreech LomtiiiK
Shol-ioin for $M, u Jl'.' Concert Or-
canette lor ,. u ;r. .va';ic l.tr.fcMi for S
SoldS-T. W'aicli for n tj jus, n U Silver
Watch for .is. You I I 1 1 I con e. t any of
thce.j articles FKKK If von w:ll d-ivotc
a 'ew h n.K of yonr 1- if uro time evciiires to Int.o
iveiiii.i'S to i tit i o-
'It ctiL' oar iitnv t'oodf. one ludv AT" TfJl
nil ;Oi.' alt rnoon. A eviilVlniin L'ot
i-i i ii-u ,i vuni i.Hiiii i ill
a silver watch lor M'leeii im iiitit h' work A boy 1!
years old etnteil a watch i.'i one (lav; hundreiiii of
ntf.ers I'liv , done i;cry ap well. If yen have a
Ikj:c I. uitcm yon can Htart a business that will
pay you from $IU to every nitflit. S. lid at once
lor our IliUH'i.ittd Ciitiiioyue ofiiod ii"d Si'v.rr
Wiilrlies. Si!if-t-oeKlii! Hull I) if Kevo'vers, Spy
(il';s-cs, Indinii S!otit ami Astroiiomicul 'I'oIchi op.
esIVhyrapli Ins rumei.ts, Type Wr'tcrs. Orirans,
A'.' ordO'iis, iolii.s, ic., Ac. It may s'ar'. yon on
ilie t. ml to ultli .
vui:i.; .t AM'fAcn'iiiNo co .
l."J Na-saii Street, New York.
The Science of Life. Only $1
IY MAIL POST-PAID.
AGreat Medical Work on Manhood
i. .in-.i.-ti 'i '. lai'.'v. .Nervoi:H nt;(t I'J;y1cn! Do
Itl: v. l'r'.rr.at'ir; 'ii'dine In Man, Ktrors ol
Vonth. li'f. iieloid :;::S' ries p'sil'litu: irolil India
i ret'on or i-sw-k A hook lor every man. fmine,
miiiille- 'ti-d and out. It contain? pret-criplioim
or all acute and il'.roiiir, diseases, i acli mm ul
which !h lir.aiinlte. So lonnl by the Atitlor,
whose experi'ince for il yearn in such as pru'"aV.y
ii'Ver lieietclell to the lot of any physician . i
panes, bound in beautiful 1 r. lien lirielin, euibos
sea covers, i'ii' fciiartiiitueil to be a f.ner work
in ev. ry scn-e-r.co.hnnici!, llt'-mry and profes-
siot.a! than any other work po,d in this country
for $-:.'M. ot the in it'cy will be rcltinded in every
Instarce oi:iy Sl.") liv mail, post paid.
liiumriitivc Pam le I. ccntp. Setul now. i.oul
incdi.l awarded the author by the Nt.tio'.al Mcdu a'
Assei la' ion, to I lie fiicer el which be r fern.
This hook sh.'iild be read by the yotinj; lor in
rtMiction, and by the tilllictrd for rciiti. It will
beuui'.t all. l.oiidon l.niicct.
There is no nu-mbcr ol Kirl-ty to whom thin
bool; will not be useful, whether youth, parent
.;tiard;aii. it'stt tii-'or or rP-rc num. Areontiiit.
" Addrcft' the IVahoily Medical Inutitiile. or l)r
VV. 11. I'nrker. 'o. 1 Hullincl Street, ltis'uii.
.Mas"., w bo may be consulted on all dlS'-iiHes re
'piiun.' skill anil e:porletice. Chronic and obsti
nut'! (lieeiiii F that have bumed T t Ij I the
skill of all other physicians a HVjlXlJ fpe
ci'i'.tv. Such treated put- rii I I ATQ 1 I ?
ceHsfiilly without anlnsl- 111 X iJlJljl
anc.i'dl failure, iiei.tton this puper.
ST. CLAKA ACADEMY
is tnaenificcht'iy pltiialed In th poutla-rn part ol
Wisconsin. Pupils arriving at l)uluiiie, Kant Dtl
btiijtle or Oa'.eiia, 111 . may telephone to Academy
for co iveyance. for further particulars npply for
cataloi ue. ST. CI.AKA ACADKMV.
.SiiiPliinwa Mound, Crii'itCo., Wis-
ST. RF.fi I XA ACADEMY, KDHEWW,
the mip'iiilb etit ift of ex (iov. Washburn, Madl
pon, Wis , is a branch of St. Clatu'p and otfe'B fine
eitti' ational advunlncs. 7:Jl)-Vin.
CIIKSTl'M! S.'A year npeps September 10. A
Kllliiaty Colleue with University 1'uwcrn. Iicpart
menls It. ( Ivii Kaijiiieeriti!'. Chemistry Classics
and i;ni:lish. Clrcti ars f Capt . W. 1'. H liiday
atiilN. 11. Tlnsllewooil, and of .Mcssrn 1'. W. liar
clay, Clinrlep (lalllelier and It. II. CntiiiinKham, of
thin city, or of CUl, Tlll-.U. 1J YA T I , l'lee.dent.
CAIItO STAll LAUNDUY
I would respectfully announce to tho citizens of
Cairo, that I have opened and ant cnrrylni; on a
Hist class laundry in the rear of Winter's Isluck,
on Seventh Street, where I am pmparcd to do all
kintlp of work in my line In u pttperior and work
inaushlp stylo, defying coinputltlon and at
rinsoi.ai.lo Usurps. All work finrantccil, mid
prompt payment if any coods are lout.
' MAKY IIKNN KI.V.
N. It Knlrunre to laundry, through the private
entrance to the Winter's lilock. T-il-3m
i BEFORE V AND -AFTER
Electric Appllincei art tent on 30 Dayi Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNO OR OLD,
WIK) arc putrerlni from Nunvorii DaniMTT,
I.oht Vitamtv, I.im or Nkhvr Fohcr amd
Vluon, Wabtino W raknussks, nail all thunu illsoam i
ef a I'kiihomai, Nati'ih nsiiltliiK from Aiiiskh mi J
UTitait i'ai'iiiw. Hp's'dy rvlti'f ami eompleto rnsto
The Kriitiili Ht. dlscnvery of tlui Nltieiiwnth Century,
bund at unco for illustrated 1'iiniplilut tree. AddnU
VOLTAIC BtlT CQ.j MAR8HAU, MICH.
I U'mhi'. aow nit- is . iti'tiimiy wiisii'i.t
I inc. II, II, K AN K, ul Ilia IMJ'ilnrc.
ny mi. rnn rnrn lilm..iriHlrltl unit pnliilrolr, i'"r !"tltms
ftlnl. All'ti'nit'it.,liii'iilafriilin-iiiliiMiit liis.Uriil liaili.Au.ttflilK'M
mi i miracjBBnawrwiMfPut1
rsr dr. fss f
a. u, a, u.,iuvtiinvsbi.,iit Vwkl'Hi.
li. H. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
K' pn ss
M I.oiiIb K
tst I.. Mull..
t.Ht. L. Kx .,
Mull & Kx..
.I.INMIS ( KN ITiAL It. Jt
t:i 1 ii. m.
II :41 a. m.
p. iu. I rl'.prraa.
1 Vi p. in. i tSI J. on is Kx
':I.'j p. m.
ii. it (HiiiitlKtni Divisio
II :lo a.m.
.2: id p. in.
b:utl p. ui.
.... 4:1.1 .m I tN. O. Kx ,
...(i::ain in. tN.O. Ki..
.. ;l i: p.m. tN. o. K..
bt. i & I. M. u. n.
,.I(1::hi p.m. I tKipruHN....
. 7:4" p.m. tSt.I,. Mall
,...li::ni. m tst. h. Kx.
W., KT. h. & V. U. It.
...A.tOt.m. I '.Mall & Kx..
.. .Hi n. in.
..4:ii p.m. Accoiii ...
11 a.m. freight ...
il"IIII.IC & mill) It. li.
ept Sunday, t Daily.
ti:4a p. iu
U:10 p. in
TIM K l.AHD
AND Dtl'AUTUUK Of MAILS.
Arr at I Dup'rv
I C It. U .(throtmlilock tuu!!)
r. u. ru, j'l.
li a. in.
H p. IU
t' p. tn
A p. tn
ii p. in
" (way mall)
" (Southern Div. ..
Iron Mountain U. Ji ,
Wabash l. It
Texas A St. l.oum It. U
I.du!s ,t Cairo 1(. It
Misp hiver arrives Wed., rat
" departs Wed., l'ri
I I), pep del. op. n from
1 .). box del. ii. en iroin .
, ,'i :lp.m. j
... '!:)" p. ni.
. . o a. iu.
. 1 4 noon I
,.4 p. in.
...i p. in.
..7- io am to?::M pm
..'I a. Iti to !l p in.
oiniiiaip (.en. lie,, ojieii Irotu.. . .j a. iu. to lila.n.
n..iiii.-, mox ael. I i.i'li from.... n. III. to lIC.Til an
f t'-NoTK.-Clittiii'en will pit'dlshed from
tll'ie to tillU itl CItV ii'ltiers. I V.r.ee v.i ....r.U .
"'Kiy. w.'.i. xi. MUHl llY. I
iJwNOlS OK N'T MA L K. !
tdaiyhv, yj t 4j' w i t , 'w
Shortest ami Q.ifclicst Route
' it. Louis and ('hicairo.
Tho Oulv Lino Uimnini;
0 DAILY TIIAIN
J It'rom .Ciiiro,
Ma KINO Dili KPT CoNNKOTIurv
W IT 1 1
ll'.Alt-A I.tAvr I'aIIUi:
:j It') n in. Mull.
' rrUil.s In .ft. Louis " an. , Ciii-ai.o, o : in p.. ,
i.'um.i.' iinu at odii' ai-d Kii.iu-t.air, lor M t
nati. l.oui.-vil'.c, Iniiia'iap.'lts ami p.-li.tp U.ist
1 U : U i in. 1-'; ts: t t. I.oiiih uuil
Wt'Bli'i ii l-.. irr,is.
Arrlvine In St Louis 'i. I', i iu.,a:ut connictln.'
lor ali poiiito West.
3: I"i ji. m I-':i.-.t I'lx pri'HH.
I'or St. I.outi an I Chb r.t"i, arriv'.r.i; at f-t L'.ul
lo-M p m., p.iid Ch;ci,'o 7:.n a. in.
.'Iir i. in 'im itiiiiiti l'ixiiri M..
Arriving at Cinciiuoili T:i) a. m. ; l.ouisvilh '.:'.'.
a. m. ; liidiaiiapolls i.e.". a in. I'.is-et,k.,'r. b.
this train leal li the ab.'Ve poinls I :.' to . til
lit'L'lt III advuii'i: of any other route.
;7TI,o 3:l'i a. m. express Ins I'I'l. I.MAN
ttli l Kl'I.N i CAlt from Cairo to . Inriniuitl, witb
out rb:i'ii;es, ni.il l i r . 1 1 t j sleepers to M. I.oir
an''. C'lm ii.v.
Fast Timo K.'i;-t.
. CcplHrV' t'u ''-T "'if line ni throni;li to I'.ni1.
1 tin Cll.i 1 rt ,.rn pointu without nv dtlei
Caused by Sunday iMerveiilnj;. The Saturday at'er
anon train iroei i -liirii arrives in new i ork Monday
norniiiK at 1 Thirty- ii hour in advaiictol
nv other route,
l lyi or through t'.i kets and further informatloii
pply at I.ilnoit Cetitial Itailroad Depot. Cairo.
J. II. JONES, Ticket Agent
A. II. HANSON. Geo. I'&sb. Akent. Chicago
Opening Oocomber 1,1804; doling Mij 31,1888
i.NDKti tub ausi'u as or tub
United States Government,
Appropriated by tho Orneral Government.
Coultltmldl hy Ihc Cilinrnsol NrwOrlcan.
Aiuiropriat'il hy Mexico.
Appropriated hy the State of Louisiana.
Appropriated hy the City ol New Orleans.
From $5000 to $25,000,
Appropii.iicil hv Innumerable Statci, Cities
anil Poreiu Countrlts,
Eveiy St.ito and Timduiy in th Union itproifnted,
oi d tteaOy all ttiu Leading Nation and
Couiitnai ol the Woild.
Tho Biggest Exhibit, Ihc Blggpst Building anil the
Bl6!iul Industrial Event In the
ll'I't tni'I'lortH FOR KXIIIIIITH AtmrAPT RRORIVBD
t'oVRU i KSI'Aflt .Ml A OltKATKII TARIRTf
Ol' HUI'IKCTS THAN THUMB of AMI
KXI'lJlilTION RVhll HKLa
The chnipiv t rates ol travel ever known Id
the unn ils of transportation secured lor the
people rviri where,
ror inwrni.iiion, aildrral ' ,1
. A" W. : M
1'ircctnr itcnerai, w, I. A U, V, bi
ni EW URLtANS, LiA.
SBThnnun'ta if rust nf Rmm mhlltlr, mm.
ma If b k tl anil iliyiili-l wMknoii, lust in.nliiHi,l,uer
rilb pniitralliin, His raiulll afltnlliKrsllnni,
!'" fillli lli.t II will ernrr e mi priniii in. luianu iu
-nj .uiiflrnr m irisi rwrifilKi
on rm'slpt of 1 emu lutl
pellmtl.l'tr. P. A.O.OUf
hi'l SU, Ulilcafa, IU.
n InlnlHbu mr for l'llra.
Pricfl $1, at dnunrlntA, or
ent prepaid hyniKll. Kainnle
us. Ail. "ANAKKHIM."