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TUtt DAILY UAlllt) BULLETIN; TUESDAY MORNINU 9, A&M.
THE GREAT GERMAN
Jtollevea and curat
Sortntst, Cult, Bruises,
r BiwirtTinfc ill
And all other bodily aches
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
Sold by til Druggists and
Deaiera. Directions in 11
Tht Charles A. Vogeler Co.
(SaMtasus M A. VOOIUK t CO )
Ualllniiire, nd.,l' at. A.
& f? DO AS OTHERS
OOCrUr J have DONE.
Are your Kidneys disordered?
Kidney Wort brought me trma mr Kntve. m it
Mw ifldirl hA fu.n rrivr-n im t.v H lull fl.u'ti.m ID
Detroit. " At. W. Deveraux, Mechanic, Ionia, Mich.
Are your nerves weak ?
inij it- . .. . . ... . -1,
Ac.ad.r I was nit eipcrted toUve."- lira. H. al. 11
truoawin,Ld. CArufiuii Monitur Cleveland, O.
Have you Bright's Disease?
"Kliln.VWort cired tue when HIT Water WuJml
like chalk aud tiion like, blood." .
Suffering from Diabetes?
Mlfidn.v.Wori in tii iimt mwful reined v I htrc
STer used. Oives alruot lrmne.lmto tvlief."
nr. imuipuiiaiiuu, auiuitoo, n
Have vou Liver Complaint?
'Kldnev-W ort cured mo of chrouia Lm-r Lnaeases
nor i iirtvea to cue."
Henry V, ard, Inte CoL Will Nat. Guard, Jf. T.
Is vrnr Ttnr.k lnmfl nnrl anhiner?
"KiHnov.Wr.rt ll I..,,,!.. .-iirw1 ,n l,.ri I auu
1 HM lO 1011 Olll OT lMI."
0. M. TiUJuuigo, Milwaukee, Wia
Have you Kidney Disease?
"Kidney-Wort made imp sntunl In Ikir and kidneys
after years of uanuori'iwful ipe-toring, In worth
110 a box.'1 Sam'l Uodgea, Wdluuiniwwn, West Va.
Are vou ConstiDated?
TTJdnt-r-Wort causes wr evacuations and cured
Sit liter 16 years uo of other medlcinei."
rcuoa raircuuu, ot. Aiuans, t.
Have vou Malaria?
aTldnev-Wort him done Ik I lor man anT other
rameay i oar. .vur uma in ny orncure.--
ii. u. Liu, oouiu xiero, ii
Are vou Bilious?
TOdnevAVurt hin dunninB nioro irood than anT
ouiar nuuMj i nuro rver inm-n.
Are you tormented 'with Piles?
"KldncT-Wort ptrmantntly cumt tue of blwdiiig
pilea. lr, W. C. Klino iTfHiiiirnemlrd It ton"
ova u. uura, i.auicr m. muia, a jerwowp, i i
Are you Rheumatism racked ?
"Kidni-y-Wort run a mo, fi r 1 wat up to
die by physician" nnd I imJ nulfcn-d thin v vcr."
ciunuij : miucuiui, it cub xiaiu, haiuo
Ladies, are you suffering?
fltr. ........ V1 n t k.A,llnM In... ...I.. A,
Talyiriiitiimhni'. Many friiTili uw and irlr
IL" Urn. II. Ijnmr.nj.I. I .In Iji Untti.. Vt
If you would Banish Disease
onii rrai'rt TToaltH Talra
THI ULOOD CLKANSCR.
In chci ordreptpelt. debility, rhnmntlitm. fev
er tnd tean. Mver oonitilatut. tuactivltr of tbuklrf-
ncyt tod bladder, cotietltiall ti and other organic
rutltdlei, Uoit ater'a hiouiurU liit'er n tiled
remedi to )ilrb the medicit.' Ijroiherh.iod lutve
lent their tirnluriloiial tanctinn, nnd wh CD an
topic alterative and li(iunebnld rpec flu lor dir
deri of the itomucb, liver auu l.uwelt bill an no
For tale by drnKlt tnd cJcnl"r. to whom ap
piy lor uoeictter Almanac lor jkm.
Tlila iioroua pliuter it
f&moua for it quli k
and tieorty tlon in
curing Lame Back,
BrlfklntheBack. Bide or Ulp. Neuraliria, tlff Jninta
and Hiucie,8or Chest. Kliiury Trnull-e and all pallia
tr tehee flthw local or dm-pneatod. It Hoothce, Mi eOKth
nt and Btlmulatoa tha part a. The Tlrtuee of Imi't cum
btned with trum-clin and ready U apply. Superior to
UnlDuuiU. lollopi and talrua. JTlrt 116 oenU or t fo
ll.O). bold '.iy dnif i ja f HP A mP
celjA of price. Ihrp
Hatter Companf, I'ro.
prteton, BoU)n, tlaaa.
t IF The beat lamtly pUl nuvla liawley', Uilu'h and
t.!Tfr Pllle. K-n. Pli-want In ar-tlnn ind hv tn tfike.
Dr. Forbos "mli)v tells a Mory of
low jirfs(!iice of jh'iihI xavetl hi own
Jfo ou ono occasion in his lunulie nsy
,um at ilitninicrsinitli. lie hud gotiu
nto the room of n htily who hiul tlis
playcd strong homicidal tendencies,
i nd somewhat iiicittitiouly eloped tho
loor behind him. Ho usked the patient
t few questions, when tdio nuddcnly in
Sernipted the conveiHution, protlucin?
knilo and, remarking Unit it was well
ibarpenod uid: "I must reitllv kill
you. doctor. I am very orry, but it
:an t be helped, can itr"" Not unnat-
. arally, the doctor was taken a littlo
; ibacK, for the lady was utinortniilly
itrong and had already advanced to ex-
9CUto iter purpuitu. nun turn ino.
' ment." ho nald quietly. "Don't you
think it would be a shame to ppill thu
' blood ou this new carpet? Ju-t let me
; call for a biiHin." "iVrliaps it would.
but bo rjulck an you can." So the
loctor slipped out unhurt, but a littlo
i , ' A KanM furmer realized over $700
': from an acre of watermelons which ht
hipped to Colorado.
JflSl 1 !
fe fii "
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I'ubllahcdevery Monday noon.
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Al' commnnlrulionB ibould be addremd to
K. A BUKSKI'T.
PnMleher and I'roprlntnr,
DIAMONDS FOIt D1ULLS.
An Kilniiiillmi of the Aimrtua liyM'likh
l)i i p lioi k lloi lnir In .rc(iiiiilllie(l.
"Diamonds are compiirntivelv cheap
nowadays," a rock-drill manufacturer
said to a New York Sun reporter, "and
the diamond-set bits Used in the dia
mond drills do not tost as much as they
"Are genuine diamonds used in theso
drills, or are they called diamond
drills because the steel has an extreme
ly hnrd temper?" the reporter asked.
" "Diamonds are used in the drills.
They are chielly one and two carat
stones. At present they cost about
a carat. They are in the rou;h. The
diamond-set hit is h dlow. It is a steel
thimble, having three rows of diamonds
imbedded in it, so that the etljes in ono
row project from its face, while tho
edges of those in the other two rows
project from the outer and inner per
iphery respectively. The diamonds of
the tirst-inentione'd row cut the path of
the drill in its forward progress, while
those on the outer ond inner periphery
of the tool enlarge the cavity.
"How are the diamonds set in the
"The bit is of soft steel, in which
holes are drilled. After the diamonds
arc lilted the metal is hammered
against them so that they remain
"Do the diamonds wear out?
"Their edges which come in contact
with the rock get a littlo smooth, anil
then they are taken out ami reset, so
that a fresh edge is presented."
"Have all the hollow drills three
rows of diamonds?"
"No. Some have only one row, but
these are not very large. The dia
monds stand out from the steel setting,
so that the steel does not come in con
tact with the rock."
"How are Hie diamond drills work
ed?" "I5y a rapid rotation varying any
where from 400 to 1,001) revolutions a
minute. There are different machines
used for different kinds of drilling. For
deep boring a machine with a double
oscillating cylinder engine is used
mounted on an upright or horizontal
tubular boiler. Tho machine has a
screw shaft made of heavy hydraulic
....i 1 ... . t J. ii i
(lining mini live to seven icet, in icngin,
with a deep screw cut in tho outside.
The shaft also carries a spline, by which
It is feathered lo a lower sleeve gear.
This gear is double, and connects by
its upper teeth with a beveled driving
gear, and by its lower teeth with a re
lease gear, which is a friction gear, and
is fitted to the 'ower end of tho feed
shaft, to tho top of which a gear is
feathered, fitting to the upper gear of
the screw shaft, which l as one or moro
teeth less than tho upper gear on the
feed shaft, whereby a differential feed
is produced. This friction gear is at
tached to the bottom of the feed shaft
bv a friction nut, producing a combined
differential and fractional feed, which
rentiers the drill perfectly sensitive to
the character of the work through
which it is passing, and maintaining a
uniform pressure.' Tho drill rod, made
of heavy lapwcld tubing, passes through
the screw shaft and is held lirm by a
chuck at the bottom of the screw shaft.
To the lower end of this tubular boring
rod the bit is screwed, and to tho upper
is a watch swivel, to which connection
is made with a steam-pump. You can
?oe by this that tho machine is very
simple and not likely to get out of
The reporter fell into a chair. When
he came to, the drill man was saving:
"The screw shaft, being rotated mid
fed forward, rotates the drill roil and
bit, cutting an annular channel "
"Where do you get thed iamonds for
your bits!" the reporter asked in des
peration. "They como principally from Brazil.
Some come from Siberia anil some
from tho south of Africa; tho latter,
however, arc more glassy and tiro not
so tough as tho Brazilian diamonds,
and much more likely to crush under
A Difference In KInmoh.
A young Boston gentleman recently
passed a couple of days in tho ancient
town ut the end of tho capo. It chanced
that ou tho lirst evening ho met a cer
tain young lady, whom ho escorted
home, and at the door il was his pleas
ure to impress upon her lips tho indis
pensable kiss ot friendship. On tho
next evening ho met the same youii"
lady, and again escorted her home, nnti
again was privileged to kiss her ruby
lips. At parting she remarked:
"Charlie, do you notico any differ
ence betw en the kiss 1 gave you last
night and the ono I gave you to-night?"
"1 can't say that I do," responded
Charlie. "Why do you ask?"
. "Because," was tho innocent re
sponse, "I had my false teeth in last
night; I haven't got them in to-night!"
Tho Umbria, tho new Cunarder, at
tended a maximum speed of twenty-four
miles on hour during her trial trip on
tho Clyde on Saturday, which'approacli
es tho famous record of tno Mary
Powell on the Hudson of UK) miles in 4
hours. Tho Oregon inado an averago
of nineteen and two-thirds miles an
hour during her memorublo run of 472
miles in twenty-four hours, and heneo
tho Umbria may be expected to tako
the first rank in t)io Atlantic passeuger
licet. But bho may not be able to hold
it long, so much are ship builders ex
erting themselves to produoo awift
ARTJSll OP WATERS.
TUt Tide or Funily Catuea of tht Great
Wave. ' '
The tides of Fundy are, perhaps, fa
miliar to almost everyone, and though
they aroremarkablo, liko the maelstrom
and other marvels, they are greatly
exaggerated, writes & correspondent
from Falmouth, N. S. To thoroughly
understand the phenomenon the shapo
of Fundy bay must be considered, and
it will be seen that the great daily
tidal waves that sweep over the Atlant
ic, caused by the attraction of tho sun
and moon, strike the New England
const and tend northward until tho
great body of water is squeezed into
the narrow limit of the Bay of Fundy,
just ns we see a great wave from a
steamer entering a crook from a lake.
The effect is to immediately raiso tho
water level, and so in Fundy tho tidal
wave rushes in, and, suddenly com
pressed with tho narrow bounds, im
mediately rises, and tho water forms a
wavo and rushes rapidly onward, fill
ing up tho rivers and bays along its
A famous placo to observe the pheno
menon is in what Is called the Minos
basin, a branch of the Bay of Fundy,
that extends into tho country of
Evangeline and cuts it up In a curious
manner. Especially at the smaller
towns along the Avon river is the sight
to be seen that has been wondered at
by so many.
Windsor is a littlo town of about 8,
000 inhabitants, on tho elevation at the
intersection of tho Avon and St. Croix
rivers, aud is a very lively place for so
small a one.. Hero tho Avon river is
about a mile in width, and if you hap
pen to strike the river from the interior
you would wonder what tho inhabitants
and tho fanners lived upon tho bord
ers of such a gulch for. . Yoti stand
upon the edne of an enormous mud
crcvass , half a nine wide and extend
ing as far as the eye can reach, and as
some one refers to the river you put on
your gl.isr.es and discover in the center
of this slough of despond a narrow,
trickling stream, about two feet wide.
Can this be the river, , you ask? It
must be, as hero are bridges, two of
Ih ,'m, but so wofully long and shaky on
their pins and high above the stream
they appear like tho very ghosts of
bridges ou stilts. From above, tho
chasm appears shelved and cavernous
in its aspect. The sides seem to grado
off into terraces of red and gray mud,
until linally tlie y,..u of bottom rock is
reached, along which the p.seudo river
Hows. Something is expected, as hero
nro expensive dykes, that are- reared to
keep tho water from tho farms in tho
back country; then again vessels lie at
the docks of this inland town, high and
dry, miles and miles from water deep
enough to iloat them. Do we wait an
hour or so, all this will be changed.
We first notice tho silvery thread of
water stop in its course, then the water
is seen to How up stream, and if you
turn your head for a few minutes you
find upon again looking that tho silvery
thread has grown to a stream fifty feet
wide. Twenty minutes later it is a
raging llood, as wide as tho Schuylkill,
foaming, rushing, and boiling, rising in
waves i hat break against each other,,
ever pushing on, as if propelled by'
some mysterious force.
In this sudden rush of tho waters
animals ore often caught; pigs that
have wandered out into the mud are
overcome by tho onward rollers, and
fowl have been seen surrounded and
floated away on tho waves, to bo res
cued, perhaps, far up the stream, thirty
feet higher than tho spot where they
were taken up. Flocks of birds fre
quently follow tho tidal wave, or bore,
as it is called, feeding upon the fish
that are east ashore, and catching them
as the tide goes out.
Why the waves should be so high in
coming in is explained in different
ways. . Ono theory is that it is formed
by the titlal current rushing against tho
current of tho river, and passing over
obstructions of moro than ordinary
height that tend to push the water up.
In the Hoogly river tho wave rises to a
height of twenty feet; iu tho Amazon
thirty, and in tho Tsientage, China,
about the same. Tho wavo in Fundy,
however, is not to bo compared to
these in any respect. . As to vapidity,'
tho tide comes in about as fast as an
ordinary horso can trot, and a man
would have to exert all his speed to
The height to which the water actu
ally rises differs in different places, and
depends upon circumstances. Thus, if
the sun ami moon could pull together,
so to speak, nnd a strong wind set in at
tho samo time, an exceedingly high
tide would bo tho result. It is claimed
that it has risen sixty feet at Moncton;
at Sackvillo a lifty-foot fall and rise is
common; at Quaco, thirty-four feet,
nnd at Parrsboro, opposite Capo Blomi
don, about forty-fivo feet. These aro
reninrkable figures, and tho sight of
vessels that, say, in tho morning havo
been alongside the dock, now forty
feet below and no water in sight is
still more remarkable.- lioalun Herald.
For t :;'!. : inn- the Capitol at Wash
iii'rion li..' bie.i lighted with clectrio
lights, ll i.o.v found, that the build
ing prtM'i.isa most untidy appearance,
owing to tim fact ilutt myriads of all
kinds of insect hae hcciuittractod by
tho light.s.tind have killed themselves,
by stiiking.i:g,iiiit the dome. Bushels
of May-llics, bcciles, crickets, ear-wigs,
dragon Hies, grasshoppers, caddis-Hies,
bees, wasps, ants, hornets, butterflies,
moths, cicadas, froghoppers, plant lico,
water beetles,, whirligigs, skippers,
horn d midgets, gnats, mosquitoes,
ond every species of insect known to
the surrounding swamps and woods of
the District have met their death ia
Mondat Evenino, Dec. 8, 1884.
The weather continues very pleasant.
The signal service telegraphs to ''hoist cold
wave signal'1 and the clerk of the weather
pays no attention but continues to give us
a soft, warm, balmy atmosphurc, and an
even temperature right along, nvcral de
grees aboe freezing point.
BuiDaa ihowa little change and none
for tht better. Like the man who broke
both hli legs, commission men are thank
ful it ia no worse.
FLOUR Unchanged and full atocki.
Sellers would willingly make coDCessioni
oo large truoaictions.
II AY The supply ia large and . the .de
mand fair, but confined itrictly to beat
CORN The supply ia good and move
ment very light. Quotation! are a shade
OATS 8 lock a are Urge and pricca
MEAL Very little doing.
BRAN There i do supply, but the de
mand ia light..
BUTTER Full stocks sod only itrictly
choice will sell.
E0G8 The demind ia active and sup
ply light. Receipts all find ready sale at
CHICKENS-Overstocktd and very dull
at any price.
APPLES The demand is fair and piices
on choice are a abade better.
GAME The weather is oofavorable but
receipts are light and demaod fair.
Sales ana Quotations.
HOTB. The price" Bert ffiYeii ate lor ealet from
flret hande In round Iota. An advance la
ehareed for broken Intern ttlllneordtre.
SCO hb'a Tar ton a grades
,.i 5035 OC
iu Dbia cnoi e..,
1 libit fancv..
100 bbla extra fancy
ft cart tr1fl prime
1 car Elltedee....
4 cart choice
1 car mixed m.
5 cart choice White In bulk
Sctrtmlxe In hnlk.,.M ,..
Scan white la balk
5 ran In hnlk -
4 cart mlied In balk
4 cart coulee...
o. S Medltprancan.
No 8 do .
Vfi hhlt Oltv on orden
jco belt city "
A00 pounds country rniicQ....
Sort pound" choice dairy ....
SCO round" fancy eteamery...
500 pounds choice country...,
30) pounds cooking butter ...
doKen .....m. ....... mm.. ...... .
V' UIIBUU... .......a....
8mail..M.. m m
...in roH no
7 00 . 0 ti
5 coops large young and hens ...2 25, 2 M)
lOcooptc' olee m,xed......MMM ....1 1"2,2 on
7 coops medium young ., 1 60
wild ducks mal'ards per doz m.....mm 1 fin
Wild dncke mited " ... 1 a1"
IH turkeys each Wlt "5
Onalls per d"z. mm 1 Oi
V-nlaon saddle l'
Vemcon carcass 4i&6
Iiabbits per dog I i
Fancy Ben Davis & Rome Boauty Lor t,bl 9 7.133 rO
Ch"lce Wine Sap per bbl I 7K. 'J 85
Oenttans .. 1 50
Potatoes, per bushel..
Potatoes per bbl
Oranges, per bbl
Oranges po box
Lemons per box
t V7 00
.... 4 10I 60
Choice per barrel,...
Choice per bushel..,..
......... ....M . M.........1 7.V" 2
mm m. . (XK&T3
Per 100 choice 9 f aiO Or
Tnnwashed 28 ; : n
Fine unwashed IK.0
eialn hams, 12" 11
Fancy Canvassed Ham , Is&ll
Clear sidne i;
st. Johns It
Ohio KWor io.'
2Vt bushel burlaps I
6 bushel 12h
Heacnes, halves and ij uartcrs 4u
Choice hand picked navy 1 so
Common 1 00
Choice, Factory S
V t SO
V Vi I
Cooa to to a
"Ink 10 to to
Red fox 1 K
Wild Cut... m 10 to 46
Bear' r par pound m 60 to 1 On
Otter. 75 to 8 60
Oportum 8 to 60
Bear m.1 00 to 9 00
Calf, Oreen is
Dry Flint choice m It
Dry Salt. ... ..... , 11
Omen Halt... ...... .,.....I......M..l....... , . .. . . S
Plum Oreen f
Hbeep felts, dry... ......M,.. ...... m.... .. iikii.'ir
Sheep Pells, green mm WW
Damaged Hides...... .i....... M of
(lomtnon Lugs f'J 7MI Of
Oood Inns , 4 An( 6 0e
wOwLnaf .... 4 7(VU 6 nr
Medium Leaf ...... S (wr 7 tt
f)orUaf. ; T 60Q 11 'I
KATUN Or FttrMOIIT
Oram Hay Flour Pork
ftawt. tJrwt. Vhbl. Cbh.'
Memphis UH HI V ft
Of. 0Hnttte e t 15 17H 80 45
Henna, Ark 15 W M 46
Vtckbnrg W4 S7 46 87tt
Natch. 0 84 40 SO
11 other way points
below Memphis to
New Orleans, m,mm SS SO 10
. and Clothing House AJJ
v in America. 7
A full lint of ctrd samples of
a great piece gooas t'ocK
will bt found witl.
GEO. O. CHR1STMAN,
617 St, Charlea St. it. LOUIS, HO.
A. rtirular Orailuatn oi two medical
eellcgi t. tiai bvtn Iuukfi engaged in tbe treat
input of ( l.ronlc, Narvo , rSkin and
jHlooil Dlseaari than any oilier hylclan la
BU Louis, ai city papers snow .'nil all t Id resi
dents know. Consultation l office or br notll,
free and Inv.ted. A frlendluik or Ins opinion
costs nothing. When It Is -ici.ventent tovkill
the city for treatment, nieilicluet u be sent
fry mall or express arywhei. curable oases
guaranteed: whereduubl exlstu-x. is frankly
Bated. Call or Write,
H rrons Prostration, Pshlilty, Mental tat
fhysl.'al Weakness, BtrtuiUl aad Other
aflectlo.'sof Throat, Kklaa4 Botes, Blood
Imparities and Blond Poisoning, Skin Afltf
tlons, Old Hire aad I' let rs, la pet, I metU U
Marriage. BhinmatUi, Piles. 5p?Ji
teatloa tt eases from over-worked ralik
SURGICAL CASIS receive special attention.
Diseases arising frnm Imprudence Ex cents,
Indulgences or Exposures,
It Is self-evident that a phvslclan faying
particular attention to a clasif ease attains
great skill, and physicians In regular p.-actlre
all over the country knowing this, ftvo eritly
reconiinend ' to the oldest ofllre ir A ,nerf
ea where; every known appliance l e orte
to, and the proved irrxxl rni"ll " t aU
ages and countries are uaed, A whole liinse it
Hi)-1 furolllre purimtes, ami all are treate.l with
skill In a respi-ciful manner; and, know.ng
what to do. no experiments are made. In c
eount of the great nunibt-r anilylnv. the
charges are kept low, often lower than il ile
oiaunril by ofiers. If you secure the ski 1 n4
fetasiieeilvandiienect life cure, that I .lis
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WIiom debility, ethauated
poivrra, pnuiAti.it tl'ri y
sud fiiiiurn in perform III, 's
aunea proiriy are caiiKU hj
eirm ea, errors of youth, etc.,
i.i.rfeot and lasti' (
rWrai ion to I
no VjfiKrniia mnntioou it
i ineiiiiawtiiyri tiut.ua.
.Neiih.r siomai b drugging not
.ervous lseblllty and
1'ht alciil llernvlsunifonulv
SneeSMfnl berause bnwd on p-rfn t dlairniiia,
Brw nnd dlrr t mellioda and ahwlnto thor.
outhneat. lull Inlnr.nstion and Intatias Iraa,
Ailiiress I onsnli ing I'hjrsirian of
MARSTON REMEDY CO., 46 W.14th St. New York.
wm mm mm MjTliotiMn'la of iaen.f )anti D-hlMtf, mm
L U Isj Wm Ul strut piivairsii wonkn-ne, lull niiit(oo.l,nt
r ll rPluiu littiitrstttisli, tits I vault! Of ln'llcirh.t(l
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rone fltU Uiat U will fur trj ism pmniiiiaittsj iuMitU Ut
nj itirTf'tirt liUl p'ttAr-
h-Mvsire, sn Dm. A. U. uuji ,
n rtc.if.1 or 13 C4nti iw I
sn tnfallibli mri tor Piles.
Price ti, at druirfrifiU, or
sent prepaid by mall, sample
. Ad. " A N A K KMH "
RELIABLE SELF CURE
A favorite prescription of one of the most
noted and siiccesolnl s ei iulnn in the I!. S.
inow retiredl (or the cure of Nervous Ilrblllty,
Lost Manhoml, Wenkneas nnd Ileciiy. bent
in plain sealed envelope Free. Druggists can fill it
Address DR. WARD & CO., Louisiana, Mo.
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adviTiiiinoit long run in v?.: n reinvlojii;
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tugnlioiit lliia. (inllii) contrary, tha advertmerasre
trv liliilil. Initor.iMl. lo l oreitlpil iM-rwolia loaf set
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hu, llsnaiera Class (it., tuloaio ikf
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vaw, nsrvoui.uiruuisaas nvaclaldl.
us.aiNimiinrSws, ImiMil.ary latiatl
IVAnarlly i, S'l.niAit dlstas.s. tie Oib
hIuiImq neisnnally, nr by l.ltsr fre.
p. Km is tin only phtsli-Un Is IliS
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MS slllustraUd toak.ciar ,m inaswlnuvas, 1 kgauaU.
any sua taa aura I
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LA full lint of ctrd samples of1 jLlfl
the great piece goods a'ock 23
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HAND -AFTER l
LLINOia OENTRAL U. E
ri .MM .ni.iisi
Shortest and Quickest Ilout
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Oul-v Line Kuunmijr
Q DAILY TRAINS
"J From Cairo,
Making Direct CoNWKOTioy
I'a-iixt Liava CatHo:
urlvtLgtn St. Louis 9 (JO a.m. i Chicago, S:S0 a. n.i
!onnirilng at Odin and Bftingnam ft r Cincin
nati. Louisville, Indianapolis and points Bast,
p. m. tyttst Ht. I.oula tsnsl
W fatts. n H'.xpretja.
.rrlvlngli hi Louis :45 p. tn., and ronnectli l
lor ail p.tluu West.
3:35 p. in. h unt Kipiess,
nrft. Louis snl fhleagu, arriving at Ht. Los
ScM p. m.. aud Cbicsgo ', ;M a. m.
f:35p.m Cincinnati Kxpr.siti.
vtrivlng at Clncinuail 7:fO a. m. ; l.onisvllle I JS
a. m.; lndianapo.U 4.1 a m. PaseeLgera by
this tram reach the above poiLtt lli to 3U
UOL'HS in tdvance of any other route.
tjrThe sal p. m. express has PULLMAN
HUKKl'lvt. ('All Ir.iml'.l trwi'ttitlnt.tiil tsatttt.-
oat chiinica t.d ttiruugh leepr to hi. Lolr
au i v uiteiv,
Fast Time jtast.
lJ,l vsii-'ti trot'ki h' llIJU K through to Kasu
i a.isilllis eta poinu without any de.ay
nused by Hundav intervening. The haturday after
mon tra.n fiom Cairo arrives In new York Monday
norniug at 10:36. Thirty -six hours In advanced
at other route,
VWFf through tickets and furtnei Itiotmatk
ptT at Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Catru.
J. U. JON EH, Ticket Agei.l
A. H. HANSON. Geo. Past. Agent. Chicago
R. li. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Trains depait. Trains arr've.
t.M.il 0 a. n- . . f M(iU 8:86 a. at
tKxpress SlUSp.m It Ex press lu:66a.m.
tht Louis Ex K:iop. m. t. L. Mail.,..4:"0 p na
I tSt Louie Ex 9:40 d, m.
B. r (Southern Division)
4:46 a.m I tV o. Kx. .10:45 a. ns.
:'i0a m. tN.O. Fast Et 4:J p m.
... i ii p.m.
ST. L. I. M. R. R.
..10:30p.m. I Bxprefs....,3:10p. a.
.. B:Oi p.m. tst.L. Wall. ..6:) a. at.
tSt L. Mall
tSt. L. hi K:o5 a m t-t. L. Ex. ..6:10 p. m.
MV., BT. L. . P. R. R.
....4:iOa.m. 'Mall ct Ex.. S. 80p.m.
..4:00p.m. I 'Aceom ......10:80 a.m.
Kail A Ex
...7:46 a.m. I Freight. U 46 p.m.
M'iBILB OBIO H. R.
...,S:i a.m. I Mail 410 p. tj.
...11:0 t.m Expr ss 10:(Kp at.
TkXAS ft ST. LOCI" R. R.
Ex9 -SO p.m I St L. ATn.Ex ll:15ssa
Chi A Tex Ex .. 10:25a.m. I Chi ct Teg Ex..
Dully except Sunday. Dallv.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
Arrat I Dep ts
P. O. rm PC
I. C. R. R. (through lock mall)
8 a. m
i so p.m.
9 p. m.
8 p. m
7 a. m
11 a. a.
" (wsy mall).........
" (Southern Dir. ...
Iron Mountain R. R
Wabash R R
.... 6 a. m.
... i poor
icih ov ni. L.ouie ik, n...a
bt. Lools ds Cairo R. R
4 p. m
a p. m
Sat. t Mon.
Miss hlver arrives Wed.
" departs Wed
P O. gen dol. op n from
P.O. box del . o.'tn from
Frl. ct Hun.
7:80 am to7:J0rei
..6a. m, toSp. m.
Sundays gee. del. open lrom....8a. m. to id a. n
Sundays box del. open from.. ..(a. m. to 10:30am
IW-SOTE.-Changes will be published froxs
lime (o time In city papers. C'ntnge your rards st
cordlugly. WM.N. MURPHY P. M
THE LIGHT RUNNING
THE ONLY SEWING MACHINE
a . THAT GIVES J
rHAS NO EQUAL"
SEWING MACHINE CO
30 UNION SQ.N.Y. CHICAGO ILL.
ST. LOUIS M0. ATLANTA GA.
1 FOR. S ALELBfe
NlW ilUMiii Pr.' Ml !" O.,
lollOllvoBt., ST. LOCI8, HO.
C'svcat., Ro-lssuos and Trado-Msrki lecored. and
all other patent cansos in the l ati'nt Office and
bnlore tht Courts promptly and carefully attended
upon receipt of model or akotch of Invention, I
make careful examination, and advise al to
patrntablllrv Free of Charge.
FKKH MODBR TK, i.nd I make NO CHARGI
UNLESS PATENT IS SECURED. Inlormatlon,
advice and tpecial references aentoa application
J. R. LITTKLL, Wathlngton, D. 0.
Near U.B, Patent Offlct.
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