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gums, balsams and ex
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K. A. BOKNKrT,
PoMiaher anil Proorlator.
A NEW YOltK 1IKU3IIT.
Tliomna Willlnuis, the Strange Mitu Who
I.lvre In a Hole on the Iluuk of
the Mngara Itiver.
"I am the most unfortunato man you
ever saw, and tho poorot. I have not
n prease-snot of a rt'lutive on earth; am
64 years old, and have soen more mis
ery, wtint, sickness and suffering thnn
any man living. 1 have been an out
cast for nine years. During that time
I have walked live thousand miles in
search of peace. I went from Prescott,
Canada, to Ogdensburgh, tlioncp to
Utica, New York, Camden, Philadel
phia, Erie., Pa., down to New Orleans,
from there to Pensacola, Fla., and back
to New York. I have lived all summer
in a sandhill at Point Albino, and am
now building (his house to live in this
winter." With these words the most
singular man within tho radius of hun
dreds of miles of Uufl'alo began a con
versation the other dav with a stranger
who found him at work. He stood on
the bank of tho Niagara river, about a ,
quarter of a mile below the Canadian
terminus of tho international bridge.
There, close to the water's pdge, and
not a foot above high water mark, he
has dug a hole in the ground about six
feet square. He is building a but of
pieces of feneo boards and driftwood, to
do afterward covered with sand and
earth. His tools are a potato hook, an
old hammer, a piece of oueksaw blade
stuck in a handlo, and a broken shovel.
He was dressed yesterday in a pair of
Catched and ragged overalls, held up
y a single suspender made of cloth,
over a shabby coat buttoned into the
overalls like a shirt. His hair and
beard were long, gray, and matted
thickly. Ho wore an old, battered
straw hat, and was barefooted. All
the possessions ho had apparently wero
a few apples, two empty, blackened to
mato cans, some pieces of carpet, a pair
of old pantaloons, a ragged coat, two
p tirs of unwashed stockings, two pairs
of shoes, and a box made of a piece of
stove pipe. His clothes wero fastened
together with wooden pegs.and all about
him seemed the rosult of an ingenious
6tudy of vagrancy. The charred re
mains of a st ump lay upon a pile of
earth thrown up from the hole. At his
feet huddled a bony, sneaking dog,
whoso long gray hair was full of thistTo
burrs, and resembled its master in its
ycllowhh hue otdirt
Yet the man was neither crazy, fool
ish, nor very much depressed by his
condition. Ho rather gloried in his
poverty. Tho bent of his conversi ion
was to gain tho sympathy and the cop
pers of his callers. Near tho but
passes the main roadway, over which
the farming neighborhood of Port Erio
pass to and fro.
"I have not used soap in four years,"
he said, looking at his soiled hands.
'There is potasii in all soap, which, if
taken, is deadly poison. 1 got some
into my system once when a silver bur
nisher, and it nearly killed mo. I was
a mass of boils, was paralyzed, and lost
my hair. It was then that I made tho
discovery that cured me I went and
lived in the ground. All diseases,"
said ho dropping the saw and using his
hands to maKo gestures, "come out of
the earth, cither through rich food or
drink as our subsistence comos from
tho earth. I dug ,t hole in tho ground
like this and lived in it, sleeping in the
sand. I tell you I could feel tlio dis
easo leaving mo liko a fever when it
cools. I am now as sound as a man
can be. 1 am nimble, can dance, nnd
do dance, can run nnd have walked
thousands of miles. I am never sick. I
shall live a good many years yet, and I
"What do you do to pass away tho
time?" was asked.
"I study myself. I know myself, my
weaknesses, and my sins. I nave got
rid of the tobacco and rum habits en
tirely. I cook my own food and I know
how to do it. I do not like to beg, but
do when I cannot pick tin a living. I
do not read much. All I know of let
ters is what 1 have picked up from
scraps of paper and from hearing men
talk. I have composed a few songs,
words and music. Of course I .cannot
wr'.to them, but I sing for my friends
and play Uo bones or whistle.'"
"Are you not afraid of freezing horoP
In tho winter tho ice will pile up all
over your hut."
"No. I guess not. As for tho cold,
I can stantl that. Cold weather is
healthy. Ihavoslepl' out hero sineo
Monday, and wo have had frost nearly
every night. I put on t o pairs of
stockings, tho other pantaloons, and lio
down in tho hole under the carpets. I
shall have a stove in here as soon as I
get the house built."
"There will not bo room, will there P"
"Oli, yes. I build a stove of my own
invention by turning a kettlo upsido
down and connecting it with a draft
ami a mud chimney. 1 uuilil tho lire
under the kettle. Hero is a box 1 have
used as a cooking pan. I mado it out
of a ohort piece of stove-pipe, and fas
toned a sheet-iron bottom on it by
Sounding the edge over with sticks,
(range to say it will hold water. I
use it now as a treasure box, and keen
thread, knlekknaeks nnd a song book
In it. I liko minstrel songs. No, I
think I shall havo no trouble hero on
account of tho cold weather. I wish I
had a bible and some books to read. I
ih. n't go much on the bible think it is
liko cranb rry sauco on turkey. It will
not make- a square moid of Itself. Still,
1 don't know about It."
"How ciutie y0u to be alone and liv
Ing this way?"
"Well, my father was an Irishman
who married again after my mother's
death nnd moved sway Into th wood.!
of Indiana, an the fresh water Titers, so
called. He did not like my stepmother,
nor tne either. Mv mother died in giv
ing me birth, and I always thought my
father hated mo for lt. At any rate,
after my stepmother died, he took me
to a small village soniewhero and left
me with a strange man. I have never
married, but once had a "gal" in Buf
falo. I used to compose songs about
her, but I don't know where sho is
"Do you expect to live here upon
"Yos. I have only earned . $2.60
since last harvest, a year ago. When I
work and eat women's cooking I got
sick and have to quit. Here I shall
have pure water to drink, puro air to
breathe, puro food, and shall live in the
ground. One might almost live on this
"Hut people will see that you are well,
whole, and apparently able to work.
Thev will not give you anything."
"1 got 10 cents this morning and am
never without a penny. lean earn a
living playing the bones and singing in
saloons, but I keep away from them.
I don't want to bo called a 'bum.' My
condition is tho result of misfortune
and suH'ering. I don't want you to
make my case a load on your mind,
though, as a charitable man ought to.
I always get along. I have been taken
for a miser. While living in the swamps
near Hamilton, Ont., I was fired at one
night. I got a load of shot in the rim of
my hat, my coat collar, and tho folds
of a scarf around my neck. No, I am
"The strango man continued to re
late incidents of his trampingsj of his
life and experiences, and gave his
views on all manner of i-ubjects, includ
ing labor, money, scenery of the south,
'niinstrelisia' and newspapers never
suspecting that he was talking to au
Express reporter. llujfalo Express.
"Lust Scene of All."
The last scene of all in fiction nnd
biography is generally tho most affect
ing and often the most characteristic.
One might maku a curious collection of
extracts to show how frequently those
who are crossing tho river recur, at the
moment of unconsciousness, to striking
events in former years, or to occupa
tions which have taken a strong hold of
the sufferer when in active life.' Tho
last words of Napoleon were remarka
ble for this, and we havo lately been
struck by the account of tho death of
the great magistrate, Chief Justice Par
sons, of Massachusetts, in the memoir
by his son, the late Professor Parsons
of the Harvard Law school: "His
thoughts, when he could no longer con
trol them, went back to his duties and
his business, and responded uncon
sciously to his condition as death drew
near to close his earthly career! When
ho spoke it was as a judge, giving an
swers, directions, etc, At last, after a
suspense of speech so long that we
thought we should never hear his voico
again, he suddenly revived and with
perfect distinctness spokn for the last
time on earth that formula which he
had used hundreds ol times: 'Gentle
men of the jury, tho case is closed and
in your hands. You will please retire
and ngreo upon your verdict. "
Almost the same thing is said in tho
biography of Lord Chief Justice Tenter
den. We quote from his life by Lord
Campbell: "An access of fever super
vening, ho was put to bed, from which
he never rose. He became delirious and
talked incoherently. Afterward ho
seemed to recover his composure, and,
raising his head from the pillow, was
heard to say.in a slow nnd solemn tone,
as when ho used to conclude his sum
ming up in cases of great importance:
'And now, gentlemen of the lury, you
will consider of your verdict." Th se
were his last words. When ho had ut
tered them, his head sunk down and in
a few minutes ho expired without a'
In connection with the above it af
fords us pleasure to print a communi
cation from an accomplished scholar,
whoso accuracy n matters of history is
only equaled by tho elegant simplicity
of his stylo:
"I met tho other day a little article
on the difficulty of getting correctly tho
last words of groat men, and referring
particularly to William Pitt. It brought
to my mind Daniel Webster. The eve
ning before he dicdhisphysician repeat
ed to him the words, 'Thy rod and Thy
staff they comfort me,1 nnd Mr. Web
ster replied, as if in sympathy, but too
weak to complete tho sentence, 'Thy
rod and Thy staff the fact tho fact
I want.' Here the matter rested as
at first reported, and, I think, as pub
licly repeated by Mr. Everett. The
true account, ns it camo to mo very di
rectly, Is as follows: Mr. Webster ask
ed whether he was likely to live till
morning. His physician, Dr. Jeffries,
not willing to give a direct answer, re
peated from tho twenty-third Psalm,
'Thy rod and Thy stall',' etc. Mr. Web
ster saw tho evasion, and in a clear,
and rather severe tone said, 'Thy rod
and Thy staff! tho fact, the fact, 1 want,'
t. e., no wanted an answer to Ins ques
"This reminds me of tho Inst, or
nearly tho last, words of his distinguish
ed friend, Jeremiah Mason. His daugh
ter sum in n suppressed voice, 'ilo is
dying.' Mr. Mason asked what sho
was saying. 'Nothing, fther,' she re
plied. 'Precisely what words did you
uso to say nothing?' was tho question
then put by tho groat lawyer and cross
oxaminer. In both instances the clear,
penetrating intellect of tho ndvocato
continued to tho last." Every Other
"Whom tlm gods hve d e yminK" ssys
Byron, but why die when vu chii cure the
Colli or CiU"h fthirh tiejl.T.ted mi-sns
diiidht Dr. Bull's U"uuh Srup mitvn't lie
in I'aviir with the godn, for it knt-ps thous
ands from their grasp, but mortals who
take it prslne it.
Monday Evicnino, Deo. 1, 1894.
The wumher I pctfect, nothing mere
cnuld be desired than that Hie present tem
perature tlmu Id last until March for com
fort, but it would be dlnnstrom to business
snmnii commlKHiun men and fruit and pro
ducu dealors in general. What il needed
to liven up trsde with that class to Cairo
a fall of the temperature and freezing op
of the rivers. ,
FLOUR The trade is only lo small lots.
A sale of 600 or even 100 bbls. cannot b
I nssed in the present nUte (if thu inirkut.
HAY -We note a good supply and ouly
a niorierste demand for strictly choice.
CORN The aemsod is moderate and
OATS Plenty oiLring and slow (ale.
MEAL Dull and unchanged.
BRAN The mills hold must of stocks
and the msrket is without change.
BUTTER Overstocked sod weak; only
strictly choice finds sale.
EGGS The market is b ire and the de
mand active with pricts tirra as quoted.
Cnil'K&NS-Only itood chicktins will
sell at 3.50; most of receipts brim $2.00
'3.25. The fueling in the nmrkel is a
ti tle het'er.
APPLES Steady and fiitu with au up
GAME la fair supply and good de
ra nd at unchanged prices.
Wales and (notations.
SOTB. The prices oore ivii meter ealer from
Brat bandy Id round lots. Ad advance Is
Chara-ed lor hrol-r" 'ntain DillDBordtra.
MX) Mi's varl us grades 3 6035 0C
ID bb's ch..l . ... i t
1 0 i bis fancy 8 74
1(10 bbls extra fancy .w 4 00
8 cars strict prims ,, 0 0'
. cart gilt edge 11 00
8 ctra cmiice .10 tOQ.O n
1 car mixed V..M ., s tO
r ear" choice White In bulk 7
3 cars mlxe In bulk ........ 16
3 cart In hnlk
S cars mli' d in bu.k
". 0 Moditaraneen
No 3 do
lohhis rttv on orders
1.0 bblsCltv " ...
ISlete a ) , 4 ' 0
40i pounds cnuntrTmiXPQ..- 1318
3)' pom.i's cbolci dairy UJW
300 nunda fa cy amerv .... S8o 0
60 pnniida choice ronr.try IB
. Oi pounds cooktn butter lu
Of.6HseeeeMsttee e e ttese .
ftoi dnxen 22
ttOUd.iZQQ .... w. 3
Largp choice I" '0 11 00
Small m 7 00 liu
6 coons large young and hens....... ..I V 8 "n
Acoupsc oic.-ni'x. d 1 o'Qgiifl
7 coops media young 1 60
I'd rfneks mallards per dos n M.m I S
Wild ducks mived " .. 18'
II i tor-eye etch 0& 75
9'ialU per d r....,... m 10
V nlaou saddle 1 '
Babbits per doz I i
Fancy Ben Davis & Rome Beauty per I bl 8 S1
Ch I c Wine Sap per bbl 1 752 i
Uenluus 1 50
Potatoes, per bushel., ... 35 40
Potatoes per bbi eases ! as , 1 30
Oranges, rr bbl 6 7 0'
Orange pe box SiOtiiM)
Lemons pur box n to
C olc it barrel h. 1 '5 9 no
Cb.'lCSU . ttlhslmma) hmm.. 604.75
Per 100 choic - 8 COJIO O
Half do H
"iil ii bams
Fancy Canvassed Ilam
viuar side .a.... ii
bt. John : M
Ohio Itiver . 1 Of.
tt hoshel burlaps t
6 bushel " 18H
Peaches, halve and u,uartors, Alt
Applos.brlght , tai
Choice hand picked uevy 1 SO
f'omuon. ... 1 uo
Choice, Factory , S
Cream . 8
Cam 10 to S
Vluk 10 to 10
Red rni 1 lf
Wild Pat... 10 to 46
Ui av r per pound .. 6 to 9 m
Otter.......... - 75 to 5C
Ouoisum . 8 to 5i
Bear - 00 to 9 0
Dry Pllnt choice
Oreen Halt mm ..
Hheep Pelts, dry . i.mm..mm. m...i
Hheep Pelts, groan. ,.-
Damaged Hides..... ..... mm.mmmm. m... .. . .
Oommon Logs $' TIWtS
Good ing B Or
-owLpsF. 4 75W JW
Medium Leaf 1 AW 7 K
OorlUaf. . .... 7 BOa 81
' RATKH OP FRFIOIIT
Oram Hay Plonr I'irt
Jowi. frmU Whhl. rlr.
Mo" phis... IH)i
v ()r'ena,M..M to
All in her wat points
below Memphis to
HetT Orieans, W
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
organized December, 1883, Under the
Law of 18B3.
OCi esaor to Widows and Or. han-Ma oil A'rt Hn
clety, o gsnlxei July 4th, 1877, ud"-'
th laws ol 187a.
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BOARD OF DIRECTOR fok 1st YEAR.
Wm. stratton, 8tr tton Bird. ro-i, ii .u, I I
J A. Go .drtine. oli.oldatine & Roset.uulet. liulr
sale and ret il dry good;C. W. Dmcirj. VI I'.r
Pr i.bil. Med Kx , for T nsinris; AHiurl l.uwu.
C m uiilo'i inerchant; J. II Kol.inai.u. ruuiilt
lodge hi nntnry pulillr; Wm, F. Pitchet, r.im
nmker and iii.uraure avnt: K tl rial ri, ruy
Stieet S'ipervi-orj M I h III s, carpi nter ar.d hulid
er; 1 bomas l.ewl . atiorner and secr.-titrf -. v ,
lerci-jattornev-tl.law, DuQnom III K. C Pact
rashter ol xntennial Ban , Ashley. Ill : Al ert
llsyden. csshl' r .if Uoort e Con lie iy A Co , wprmg
Belrt. I 1 ; H M unn. attiirney-at-aw li.e Ka.i
do lb airei't. fhl-ai;n; tlm . Knbl, A llalci at
tornev-ai law, Charleston. Mo ; U i eii'htK
eaabier Frs National anU. btuart. Iowa
617 St. Charlss St .dOUIS, M0
A rffilar Oralnat o. .wo medical
eolieg.-, has tiesu iohitfi n Ki J in tie trea.
(neiil of t lironlc, Nsrvo , HUiil and
Hlocvl Dlsrun than any nt'irr physician la
du Lout, as cily pnpi-ri show , nu all ..ul rrsl
dents know. Consultation ttorT.r Ol by n.all,
free and In v. led. A frlrndl -Uik ot uisoplnlun
costs nothing. When It l l')o.'i.iiilnt to vsill
til city for lrrstiu. nl. nirdlr.ne . :an sent
oy mall or exprrta evervwhei. i,nrabie oases
( israiitecd : wh-re doubt ex'at - Tankly
sUted. Call or W rite.
Ntrvoss PmstratloB, Dehl.lt;. stsaut ssd
fhysl.-al Wexkaesi, Bertailal ana sthw
SflectlOv'S of Threat, Sklasad Bones, blood
ImpsrltU.a and Blond PoUoalef, ''kla Bee
tlons, Old tVires ssd C'cer. Impi.lmaU U
Marriage Bhntnstln.. Piles. Spatial at.
tentlon t essvs from eyer-werked main.
gPBCICAL CASES receive special atteattoa.
Diseases t-lalng frw ImprnJencet Jf iceMeSj
Indulgeaees or Expoiures.
It Is self-evldtnt that s phvslclan r-Tlng
particular attention to . clan if cae attains
great skill, and physicians In regular .'kctlce
all over the country knowing tlik. frju-enlly
rsconnuend enes in th oldest office lr .m rl
ea where every known st.pliancit la e.'.rtec
to, and the provml trooi reiiixdi) ".f al,
sgei and countries ere used, A wbnle l' 'me Is
uned foroRlce purp e, and all are treats., with
skill In a respertful manner; and, know.ng
whattodo, noexperlmentsare made. In ac
count of the sri-at n,,nib.T aiplylnc, the
charges are kept low, oflen lower than It te-
Dianned by ot'ier.. I f you secure the ski I nd
gelaapei'dy and perterl life cure, that a -he
Imporia.it matter. Pamphlet, U pages, bint
puus. I MARRIAGE GUIDE. ( pagls
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eents In pottage or currency. Over fifty won
derful pen pict ures, true to life, articles on tit
following subjects: Who may marry 1 whon it
why If I'r. neragetomarrv. Who marry Br
Mnnhoo.l, Wonjanhooil. Physical rieray, W .0
should marry. How life and happiness may is
Increased. Thoae married or cnnleinMlnt' ,
? narrylng should read It. Itonght to he real
iy all adult penons, then kept under lock a. I
key, Popular edition, same a aliove, liul parvi
cover and xUO pages, "4 ceuts by mall, lr nonet
! aTtioniMII'O of rawt nf a.r,Ui rwbttll;, maa
a If a H ""' l'l"l''al W.ikli..., lull Ml.iiUouJ.imr-
r llCt'oni pruair.ilun, Ilia ra.ulta of lii.liintii.ini,
S. aSBJBBal0.c.u.nr.iiv. .. .iir.rih.UC BUI.l
Sirsni faith thai It will nr arorr raas smnt'ta in. lo miiu 19
-i7 iij.-r a inai tiacsas.
q rri..i or is ctDta fo
pot.asa, tie. Da, i, o. Qua,
Anakesis rw, ana u
an infamit rvn tor Pile.
Prioe II, at druggists, or
sent prepaid or mall, tamnle
frt. Aa. "ANA KF.HIb
WEAK, UNDEVELOPED PARTS
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adVHri iHt'TnTnTTTn, run tnrrTTM.TrTr.pl.v loin
qnTrn)H7f?7uTTilTtnTrnnMir7iH tnimliiiiiltliiK. UnthH contrary, tlioadvortlwrimrn
very highly Indoril. lnl.TPati.il i"r-..na nmv C.'t
a.'nl.'d uiriin ars imviiih nil mrlicihirH l.y n.t Ho n't
EllIK Ml-M'l.'At.t.M., Hull .1 III. rt.V. MIX r.rrl. lUr,
a fkvarlu nreevrrlDlton at en of jhf
ta-ml noted and suoceasful apeotelleta In the O. U.
(now retired) for theoureof ffervowa JlUffA
Zittat HlMMi. fre i and JrHJW. J Heal
Address DR. WARD & CO.. Uuitlsnj. Me.
m Dr. KEAN,
Mo. fit norra t'uat br ouloafa tVJ
Ulllab.d law ,li,ull irsailuf all Pn
Vala, Narruua, Uuiwile and opaclal dl
saaas.Spannatnrhna, ItniMtrnry tsasual
i5 V sultatlna panimallT, or kt teller tr
vr' p.. K-.n la lha only r.h.l'lH In Ihs
Sf a llhi-tratad kna' . au , uraairipUona. 11 kinalL
II I II la JbllH. M. HANK, of Ihs U.(l..lnra
"aw J lit) noma, aowom. ta Rana.ly wharray
any oaa aaa a ara klauatf nlf lr aa salaleulr. r.v ttlm
atata aail tntam ma from emtn.ul ma.ltral man Ae.l.lraal
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LLINOLS 0ENTKALK. B
Shortest and (jaickest Roate
T O .
St. Louis and Ckicago.
The Oulv Line Huunms
O DAILY TKAINiS
vIakino Dikkot Conwkotiow
hum Lsavs t'iiiin:
3. CO am. Mull,
rrlvlngln ht units 00 a.m. ; ChlcaKo,H:30 o.il.j
'(inuxctlug at Odin and Ktlngham frr Cinein
nail. Louisville, Iudlanapoh and points Bast.
lUi-.Za p. m. Fust Ht. Louis' nnd
VN Oaitt n JU'.xprHa1.
virivltigli fet l.onia 6:45 p, m.. and conucctlii
lor ail p.iiiita Wvl.
3:35 p. in. P'uBt Hxiutiaia.
ni t. Louis and Cbli-ag.i, arrivtug at Bt.Lou's
9:55 p. ui.. and Chicago i :iia. m.
3:35 p. m Cincinnati Kxpreao.
iirlvlng at Cincinnati 7:0 . m. i louisvllle 6:60
a. m.; ludlanapo.la 4. oft a m. Pnexetgeu by
this train reach tbe atv.ve puiLt la to 30
BOUKb In advance of any other rout,
tlTThe p. m. express ba PULLMAN
otKPlNH C'AK Ircm Cairo I tluclanatl. with
ont cbangus, and through sleeper, tub:. Loiif
Fu.Ht Tune East.
I'tlsiMlnrpl'u "T tb" IHiK o through to Hast.
I a."53ClJJL;ri O elu point without aoy delay
aused hy Huudav Intervening. The Haturday alter
mon train f i om Cairo arrives In new York Monday
mirnlug at 10:35. Thirty six hour In advance ol.
ov other route,
HTKor through tlclsets and furtbei inlormalloi
rply at Illluois Central Kail road Depot, Cairo.
J. a. JON kS, Tlcset Agent
4. H. F1ANHON. Gen Pass Agent I hlcatrn
R. K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. K.
Trsins depa t. Trains aiTve.
tM.il Oa.t . itMall-.. 11:55 a.m.
tliipreas 3:5 p. m ttiprtss Ii. sj a. m.
JHt Louis Ix U:is p. m. t. L. Mall ,,..4:N3 p.m
m l-oul Ka '4W p, m.
I. C. R. R (Southern Division)
tMall 4:45 a.m 1 (. Es. .10:45 a. M.
tSt. L. tx.
,..w:fua in. MN.O. Fait Ki4:iWo a.
... 8 ii p.m.
ST. L. I.
, M. R. R.
. . H:P d m.
... : i nt i L. Kx.
w., ST. L. P R. K.
1 lO- m t Mall A Kl
Man A it.
. i flli.'m' I
Freight...... 7:45 a.m. Freight t.! p.m.
M BILK OHIO H. R.
Mali 5:8 a.m. I Mall 4 l.'p m,
Bxpresa 1 1 :u .in Kipr ..10.-0'pm.
THA fT I-Ol'I- R .11.
Ht L. 4 Te . hx -.0 .m H: L A Trx.Ex 11 15am
CM A I. x Ki..l0 85a.m. Cb iTtiKi Ism
Dally except up ir. t Dullv.
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1RRIVAL AND DKPARTUR& UF MAILS.
Art at Dep t
P. O, I'm PC
I. u k. tt ttbrongb iock mail), o a. m.
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.... 4:30 p m.
9 p. m.
....!:0' . m I 9 p.
Wshaeh K It
..: . 6 a. in in.
Texas Jt St. Louis It. K
St. L-rfiAC IroK. K
I. i.noi 7 a. m.
4 p. m Ha m.
OhloKtver 5 p. m 3 p. m
Miss i.lver arrives Wed , Sat A M n.
" depart Wed , Frt A Hun
P O. gen del. op nfrom 7:30am to7::l0 pre
P.O. box del. o. vp trom 6 a. ci t"Vp m.
tfuuday get. iiel. onen trom....8a. m. to Hi a.m.
liuudats t.nx del. open from ...6 s. m. tc 10:30 sm
trNOTB -Chang-s will ) pu'.llai.ed from
time Ui lime In city papers Cnai.ge yoni card sc
cnrdiugly. WM. Jf. Ml'KI'll t P. M
THE LIGHT RUNNING
r" HAS UO EQUALT
SEWING MACHINE GO.
30 UNION SQ.MY. CHICAGO ILL.
ST. LOUIS M0. ATLANTA GA.
!Ni!W lAOAliii n. M. O.,
lull Olive St., . ST. LOUIS, MO.
obtained, and all Patont Bunlncsi attondod to for
for moderate fees.
Our i.fllo ta i.poi e the U. 8. Pattint Office, and
wecsnontsln Patents in less time than those re
mi tef'i m Waai.li'gton.
Betd m del nfdi awing, Wo advise as tops
t i tahllliy free of chsr.e; and wo make nocharg
unleKS pa.ent Is sec ro. .
We i fer here, to thu Piiatmnt"r, the Ho.pt. of
onev i d Div.. am1 lo tne (.fllclale i f ths U. H.
Pat' titonice F rclrrnla , atlvn e. terms and ref
f.irencua io hc ul cluuts In your iwuHiateor
County, v. n o to
0. A HNOW & CO.,
Opposite Fstent Ottcs, Washington, I), 0.
. THE ONLY SEWING MACHINE ,
k . THAT GIVES . J