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Arrival and Departure of Train.
ILLINOIS CEYTRAL RAILROAD.
pre.a S:0p.m. 1:10 p.m.
ul 4:i.in. 9 40 pm.
eifM 7:40 a.m :00 a.m.
4'tit :ip.m. 4:30p.m.
CAIRO AM VINC KNXK8 KAU.hOAli.
Ml 10:lpm. 4:4Kt.m.
. LOUIS, 1. M.ANI FOL'THKKN RAILROAD.
fret 6:011 m. t OOp B.
CAIHU AND hT. LOllH KAIL 0 A It.
mriirb Kinrnas a:lfn.in. lQ.-UOa.m.
brphy.lwiro Aexommndallua lt.SUp m. S:Upm.
xr-pT numiay. Tr-acepi nonnay.
LLLNOIS CENTRAL R. R
Shortest and Quickest Route to
t. Louin niifl Chicago
UK ou! road rur.r.lOf lwodal! aln from Cairo
making dir t e otm-ftioo nth Ka.iern llnea.
HIIVI I.K4VK CAIHO-1:IOD. B ! Kill el-
I, arrivitf it-1-""1' : P. l'fcff;
1 .11 p. rn.i iiii;imu. mw...-- . - -.
irrlv'.mt In Ooonmai al l" :03 . m ; LoulatiMe.
I . m.; IntllkUUIiolla ,:io in. ri.jir uj
(rain arm it lxi(P point
12 TO 30 HOURS IN ADVANCE
or anjr oibir route.
in p ro. Feet Mail, with !eenera kttacbfd, for
pV' ST. LOL'18 knd CHICAOO. irrtTieaiBHi.
La at 8:.Vtp. ms Chs-wto kt :i p. m.. cnoel-
attxiin or Ktnn;nai ror ctbcmnau, muumiio
FAST TIME EAST.
A CrV( 1 VP S st 'l'1 'tn f "oi!fb
f. liA I I rlw3 ih(! Km without anr
y rauaed b Hondar Inlerteuiuir The haiur
afternoon train from Cairo arrore lu New York
,.la morniintat I0:a. Thirty all tiour in kd
e nf KDf otiirr ronte.
Wr Adwrtlacrnenla of competing lino lhl ther
La hrtti-r time thin thia on ar,; laaoed either
loch ijrnoruire or d-air to nnalead the psL.Hr-
r mroun tu a eta ana intormacun appij si mi
. (Vtitrttf Railroad d-not. Cairo.
THAIS AKHfVK AT CAIRO:
J 00 p m
jits JoHNSjN. t;T Sukro Ag't.
R. JOXKS.Ticktl Airecl.
IKO cfc ST. LOUIS R. R.
lortest Line to St. Louis!
f!! (! trklBk if thl road conm-fl kt (H. and
Kt ft. Uiiiik with all olLrr lire v the BAST,
h ripr lev Ckirn. . Hffwa m.
i.lii.txiro kiforamodktior. Ifkn-kl'k.ro Jt 15 p ra.
phrhiro arc. krrlvia kt Morphynboro r:Vip m.
inrh epr-M lrkk Kvt M Loii .. t:4ik m.
fn!i eiprtiw arrifaat t.atro .ipi
nn..h.in mrr lrili'l orrtnoru. ..
yhjeboro ktc. krriffk at l. kiro li!: lp m.
,'lf t.MftH.MtTIIR f kiro knd St. IBi
Vurj.UlI..Uit.ilroki I. tne only A I.I.
t Uiil'TE Iwiapen t'niro and ft. I.oni nmlif
Biknairi'mrnt : mwtnre mm- are u
n.iltin. kWkitin tonni tl.ti Irom otin-r ltni.
iw l'k" ni:T Boine North. Sorthfatund rt
.Idnotbuyth'-ir tn k-i unf.i iii- ynaTe riam-
our r'Uf. ami rotitn.
L M J"HSo!. lion'-rkl likiiiff.
. Will i I. K, l,k."ng"-r c-tit.
JSU. K. WIShTuN, Kr'lnht A?nt.
III I LV THE SIIOIITES.T K1'!.
till rVTIIR SIITFT T I.ons
M I VII.I.K. ( IS' l .NATI, HAL-
Ol!E AMI WAMilNOTOK.
if 1 i TV' THK SHOKTEST TO INPTAV
.ll 1 Lr. AI"I.l.'.i,UII.Al'HI.l'llIA.NKV
:K AM) IIOMU.S
SIX HOURS SAVED
trniua of all Mlief rontra niLics the asiuf
" r. ii'.' ra pt nth.T r iL'' to niiike rnnr.ee.
innut ri'l'' all' nii'M. alli:u frnn one to nx
at m:i country aiullonr for trains of con
'f I.' f P I.M'TIIK FV'TBTid tak"oar4:-n
1 I jM I ) 1 . 1 V n ,,, trad,, p in-iilntr hvu
Imtiatiat'olla. CilieiiinaU ami l.otiimllle aame
Train i'-ive anil arrlv: at Cairo follow:
,.1Vi 1 : II a m.
arrive lo:uip m
r,mi;;i tick-He niul rlin'k t" all in: P'irtaiit
''iHII.I.ri! K'jSWEI.r. MII.I.KK.
tici, 1 l'.i. A-.-'M. ticner.il Sup't.
1.. Il l Ill llCil. !'.-.. -ng-r Atf"iil.
L.. I. M. it SOUTHERN.
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U fTW . e- ..I . ,
'.Pi ii i' Card:
an Icava Cairo M'llly
k' aiVfi at Cairo 'Ully
. b.W am.
MRO CITY FERRY CO.
h:'i a. m.
10: a. m.
2 ::H p. in.
Ketitui ky l.d'g.
h a. in.
ii a. in.
H o. ni.
:l p. m.
5 p. m.
llYKINd AM) I.T.NDVATlMi.
)UR OLD CLOTHES
can nK nrAtniriii.i.r
irKI) OH HHPAlItKD
It a Trllllnir F.peiHo-. 0. D.
IS. S1IK1J.KY, XI). 30 K1G1IT1I ST.
Lmlira iikiI (Jiuita' old liala made near.
D. I. C.
It t khtolnte and lrrfllkb) cur far
anoa, Intemnernr and tb a of Opium, To
bkeco, Nkreotlra knd Ntlmulantt, reinuvlnj ill
Utr, dmlra and habit of mng any or lhm
roiirlrrlnx thfl tante or drlr for Item perfiwtlv
odlon and 1li?atln(. (.Irtnirevfrvoiii- ncrfnrt
and lrrli-kliitkhlt! conlnil of thtkubrlety of Ihrm
lvAa knd tbelr frlrudk.
ll pronto thkt klolutf phralrli al knd monl
protKrktloa Ihkt rollow ibo aiiililcn brnklui oil
Ckckkirx. pri'paid, to riirn 1 to 5 pcrnoai,
charitahU Klt:tlc kbould dm It.
II Ik hunnloM and Bf c r fkillnf.
HOP WTTERHMFO. CO., HoU, A(f nt,
The Hop C'ouh duo
I)ftrciyk all pkin, looaKn th couirh, quli-n tb-yi-rtfa
and pnnlutf ml. It nnvt falln In p.t
fornilnitkporlwtwiro wber Ihura la a abkdow
Try it one and job will and It ao.
FOB SALE BY ALL DltUGUISTS.
R0CKR8 AND COJIMLSSIOX MKUCIIAXTS.
STRATTON & BIRD,
07 OHIO LEVEE.
AGENTS AMERICA IVWDERCOMI'T
W. HiaiTTok. Cklro.
1 1 1 i n o i h.
T. Itmo. Mloourl.
PAINTS, OILS, WALL PAPER, ETC,
15, F. BLAKE,
Pa i nts, ( )i Is, Yarn ishes, Kinslies
Window G lass, Window Shades. Etc
Alwaa oa baud the celebrated n.t t x:MTi!fl
Irnaa' huil.Ilne. Com-1 9J., Til
nierni.1 Ave.. f l illlO, J 11.
J ACOH WALTEJt,
Uealcr in Frosh Meal.
II-twHii WrtHhhiKton ttiul t'.nii
iiKM'chil A ndjoiiiiiit; Itaniiyn.
I'EKPH f.w .ale the l IVef, Pork. Mutton. Veal.
' '-llb, Saat,'e. ,t., and ia prcparad to aerve
faiulhea in an ko.plalile manner.
I'ROI'HIETOIt OF SPHOAT S PATENT
ICE I! Y THE ('Alt L AP ORTOX, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car I'jOiuls a .Specialty.
( ) i-' i c; .
('or.Tweirili Street iiinl Levee,
Si IKNTIKI'- AMEIIICAN.
THE MOSTl'Dl'l'LARSCIKNTlKIC PA
PER IN THE WORLD.
Only M.L'O n Year, lui'luillng Poktmce. W'm-Lly
f2 Numlierii a yeitr, book pages,
Tim Shkntikio Axkiiii'an l A lfirt,'e (lrrl-claKa
weekly newepiiiier of oixteen papea, printed In tint
nnwt beautiful etyle, profnaely lllurtreled with
"pleiitild eiiur.ivlinH. repre.entlng thnupweal Inrvn
tlniia and the moat recent adviiueea 111 the aria and
aclenrimj IiicIiiiIIiik new mill Integrating fnrta in ag
rleulliire, horticulture, the Home, Health. Medical
ProiircM. SocIhI Ncliince, Nnlural lliatorv, (k-o,jgr,
Aatroiiomy. The moat valuable practical papcraliy
eniliieiil wrltera In all department of acleuce, will
be found In the Scleiitlllc American.
Terma, $:t.a) per year. 1 lal hall year, which In
clude pnatairii, hiaennnt to Aijenta. single eoplea
ten renla. SoM bv all nuwailialera, Ri'inll by poa
tal order to M UN'S 4 CO.. Publlabera, i Park Row,
D WW 'W In connection with the Selen
4 1 entitle Ainerleaii. Meaara. Miinn
A Co. nrn Solicitor of American and Foreign pal
enla. have lind lit yenra experlmice, mid now hviia
the larireal oetablMimrnl In the world. Pateiiiaare
nbliiliicd on the beat lerma. A apeclitl notice la
lliiule In Die Scli'iitllle American of all Invention
pmeiited through tbla ngency, with the name ami
realdence of the puleiiteii. Hvlhe Imnumae clri'ii
lallon tliua given, public alteiitlon la directed lu the
merit iif new putent, and aalea or Introiluclloti
oilen eaally ell'eeled.
Any peraon who hiia made n new dlacovery or In
vention, can aaeerluln, true of charge, whether a
patent can prolmhly be olilultieil, by wrltimr to the
iitideral!iicil. Wealao aend free our I limit Honk
about the Putent luwa, I'alenta, Trmlu Murka, their
eoaia, and how procured, with hlnta for procuring
advance nn Invention.. Addreaa lor paper, or con
Ml'NN .t CO,. n7Park Rniy' New York.
Deaiicb oniee, cor. V. 7lhata, Waabington, U.t:.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY
OFFICIAL DI RECTOR T.
Tn-kkurir- B. V. Pkrker.
Inrk- J. M. I'hllll..
I'ouiiki-lor- Wm. B. Ollbfrt.
MrlikI-4'. I). Artr.
Attiirni-r-W. q. Mcftf.
I'olite Mkg1trklJ.l. Bird.
aokHD or ALpaaiiy.
Flmt $r-u. Yotum, Wm. OTallabai.
wood"' d Wood WllbO0M, X. B. Thiktl.
Third Wjrd-W. P. Wrlaht. John Wood.
t!",,r,i.W,."1.:h,,l' r,,,r- D' "ol.
Hllb V krd-T. W. Ilkllldky, Chat. Lkm-Mti-r.
Clri-ull Judro- D. t. Hkkrr,
t Ircull 'lrk-.l. A. R-arM. . v
County JudjcK. S. Yotum.
f.'ountyt lcrk-..l. Ilumm.
County Atlorm-v W. V. MaWff.
I'ouiii? Trraantwr A; J. AlUea.
Nheritf Peti-r Saup.
Coroner- K. Kitawvaic.
Counlj Conimlnoi.r-T. XT. Ilillldkv, M. V
AFJtlt AN M K.-Kourtaeaib at.tet, hatween
Walnulinii dir atreola: aerrliera Hkbhklh 11
a. m. and 7:.1o p. w.; Kaadkj bchool I::jO p. m.
tOIKIHTIAK-Elgbtccntb itreet: meeting 8kb-
bath I0:Wp. m.; preai blnj ocrkalonalif.
pHCKCIl OK THK liEI)KEMER-(KpiMopal)
Kourteenib alreet; Mornlna praveu tlSkhhklhi
10:.'I0 k. in.: efenln; praver.. ",At p.m.: abhatb
aehool t a. m. He. ht. J. HllloB I.ee. KeMnr.
lIUST MISSIONARY BAlTIvr CHI W.H.
I I'ren liin? at 10::a. in., :j p. m.. aid 7:: p. m,
Sabbath a.-liool at T.-SO p. in. Kev. T. J. Sborea.
Il'TIIKHAN -Tblileenib meet: aervlcea Sab
a baih 11 a. m. and ;::) p. m.; Sunday eobool Ilk.
a. Itef. Du.tb, hner. eaator,
MP.THOI)IST-('or. Eighth knd Wklnut atreei.;
I'niki bing Sahhktb T0::) a. m. knd 7 p. at.;
Rrayer meetlns, Wedneadav T "O p. m.; Sunday
tbool. S p. in. Rev. A. P. Morriaon. Daator.
IJHESBYTE HI AN Eighth atreet: prckeblng on
kabbath kt I0: a. m. and 7:90 t. m.: nniver
mix-ling Wedneaday kt 7:30 p.m.; Sunday rwhbal
n 1 p. ai. Rct. B. Y. (icorji). pmtor
CECOND FREEWILL BAPTIST Flfteerlh
k7 atruet, between Walnut and Cedar ktreete; arr
vice Skhbktb kt 1 knd 7:50 p. m.
ST. JOSKI'H S - Roman Cathol.el Corner CroM
and Walnut atrwu: aervirea sabbath lt)::)0a.
ni.: Sunday School at 2 p. m.; Veep 3 p. m. aer
vir.a eery day at 8 p. m.
CT. PATRICK'S -(Roman Catholle) Comer Ninth
' atreet and Waabington krenne; kerrtcea Sab
bath t knd 10 a.m.: Vi-apera S p. m.; Sondar Sthool
it p. m.; aeri Ice. every day at sp. bi. Kev. i. Xabel,
.JEXKRAL PKLIVERY open . :) a. m.; tloaea
VI : )p m.: Sundae: 8 to 4 a. m.
Money Order Ui partment open at 8 a. m.; tloaea
at ' p. in.
Thr.iunh Erprea Malta via Illinola Central and
Minal.eippl central Kallroada cloae at li:.Vt p. w.
kiro and poplar Bluff Through and Way Mall
cle at U:ai p. m.
Way Mail v:a Illinola Centrkl. Cairo and Vln
cencea kad Mi.a.aaippl Central Railroada cloae kt
a:4 p. m.
Way Mail for Narrow Gauge Railroad cloaca at 8
Cktro and KvanTille Rirer Route cloaea at KM
p. ru. daily leiei pt Kridayj.
NSl'KAXCE AGENCY OF
Wells & Keutji,
Royal Canadian fcKiSMSila.
If ill. ilia I Fire and Marine (Mlllville, X. J.)
.llllltlJlt) Aaaets, $!.42.leT.W.
CninmPfpinl '. . 0f 5ew Yorkt lt).
v x.......v . v ..i. , Aaaeta
I 'll Will (Of Philadelphia; etahllab. In 1804.)
I. I11UII f Aaaela. Itwa lHftn
(Of Dayton, 01.
(Of Preenon. P.l 1.
RISKS WRITTEN AT FAIR RATES.
OIHpo In Aloxaiiiler County Hank.
1 aa 1 I
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAT
Hiirlu'st, Cash Price Paid fop Wheat.
Farmers' Tobacco Warehouse
General Commission Merchant,
Noa, 12.1 and I'JT Comnter- I ft.,-,. Tern
rial Aveiiuo ( VAlKO, ILLS.
rlDFRAL Advancementa madeoa CooalfnmcnU
J of 1'obacco, Flour and Grain,
MORNING, NOVEMBER 1G,
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Litkrpooi, NovchiIkt 15. 5:30 p. m.
Wlicat I)ulI-AVintr, 8 TdflJS 10.1 ;
Sj)iinj7ii 9(a,98 8d; California AVfragr,
8d(aV8 11.1; California club, Oft 10d
10s 21. Corn-lew 23m td&U.
KKW YORK GRAIli.
New York, Noreink-r 15, 18:00 p. m.
Wheat Qiiii-t Finn No. 2, Cliicago,
95(2,00; No. 2 Milwaukee, 98; Itod Win
tcr, 08tl 08; Amlier, 98gl 08; Ko.
2, Red Wiuter, 1 07(81 07, '4'." Cora
Quiet uteamcr, itHf-Ko. 3. $4; No, 2,
4i(47. Gold, 1001'. ' - "
CniC4) (I RAIN AM) PRODUIE.
Chicago, NoTemlier 15, 10:00 a.m. Corn
Dwenihcr, SlJi&Slft; January. 31 bid;
M',31?,'. Pork December, 0 75; Jan
uary, $8 10. Wheat Dtwmber, f 1 asked ;
January, H'i bid.
Chicago, November 15. 12 m. Corn
December, 31; Januarj-, 82; May.
34 Jj. Pork December, $6 00 bid; Janu
ary, $8 10 tusked. Wheat -DeeemUr, Hj
S ; January, tijj aked.
CuifAiw, NovemWr 15, 2:80 p. m. Ct.rn
-December, 31; January, 31 31 1,-;
Iay, 34 "4. Pork-DecemW, 6 77 bid:
$8 8if asked; January, $8 WQ 15.
Wheat December, 81(8,81; January, K,
THE YELLOW FEVER.
Jackson, November 14. No new cases
in the last forty-eight hours; no (k-.iths.
The epidemic is considered cloned.
Galveston, November 14. A News'
Austin special aays: "Governor Hubbard
will to-morrow rcsojnd his existing state
(juarantiue prK.lamation to take effect frmti
and after November 15."
Vi( KSHt ito, NovenibiT 14. Refuses are
rettiniios daily, but the medical faculty
have not yet decided it safe.
Nkw Okleans, Novemlxr 14. Three
deaths front yellow fever.
Little Rock, Ark., November 14. From
official returns so far received, there no
longer remains any doubt of the election
of four Democratic congressmen from this
THE LIGHT AND SHADE OF HOME
In one of his recent sermons Rev. Dt witt
Talmage drew what he was ph-ased to term
'moKic-Iantern" views of the li-dit and
shade of home life. Tln pictures ure such
true ones, and presented in such an nrtistic
shape, we cannot resist the impulse to re
produce them :
In imagination the pastor broAi'dit out
two magic lanterns the lantern of home
and the police lantern and drew their
contrasted pictures on the screen,
The magic lantern of the home a moth
er putting her little ones to bed, trying to
hush the frisky and giggling group for
evening prayer. She covers them "up to the
chin with the blankets and gives them a
warm good night kiss. Then they are left
to the guardian iingels that all night long
canopy with spirit wings the trundle bed.
The lantern of the police a Ixiy ken
nelled for the night under the stairway of .
a nan tnrougii which the wind sweeps, or
lying on the cold ground. He does not
go to bed ; lie has no bed. His cold ling
ers thrust through his matted hair, his onTy
pillow. He did not sup last night; he will
not breakfast to-morrow. He did not say
his prayers when he retired; he knows 110
prayer. He never heard the name of God
or Christ except as something to nwear by.
The wings over him are not tlio wings of
angels, but the dark, bat-liku wings of
penury and want.
Magic Lantern of home. family gather
ing around the argund burner, Father
with his feet on ottoman, mother sewing
fancy work, two children pretending to
study, but in reality walcliiiiL' the other
children who run in and out of the rooms
like balls ot bounce.
Magic lantern of the police a irrmm in-
toxicateu and wrangling, cursinu; each oth
er, a past of shame a luture of suffering
The tnigments of a chair propped against
tno wan, tnigments ot a pitcher standing on
(he woin.uit, half-broken down mantel.
The mil of refuse brought in from some
kiiciteii lorn iy tlie minimi swine 11 unir mil'
iu the trough.
Magic lantern of the home a Christian
daughter has just died. Carriages rool up
to the door in sympathy. Funeral services
intoned amid the nchlv shawled and kid-
gloved and braceleted, A long funeral
procession going out toward the unparallel
ed Greenwood, where will bo raised a mon
ument of burnished Aberdeen, with the in
scription: "Hho Is not dead, but sleepeth."
Magic lantern of the police a poor waif
of tho street has just expired. Did she
have any doctot? No. Did she havo any
medicine? No. Are thero no irarinenta to
wrap her in for tho tomb? None. Where
are all good Christians? Oh, some of them
aro In rocking-chairs, In morning gowns
and in tears over Diilwer Lytton'a account
of tho last days of Pempeli (lauihter) so
sorry for that girl that was petrified
(great laughter) ami others ot the Christ
ians aro in church, kneeling on soil, cush-
ons, Iiriiying for the lorlorn Hottentots.
(Laughter.) The carpentr wi-olla a meas
uring tape and decides that she will need a
box five and a half feet long. One of the
men gets on tho Ul and crushes it U Its
place. Wait for the city missionary! No,
say the men, wq-have throe or four more
cases just like this to bury before noon.
How is the grave to be tilled up? Christ
suggests a WTy. Perhapn it had better lie
filled up with' stone. Let those who are
without sin, como and cast a stone at her
till the excavation is filled. I see a fonn
coming slowly across tho Potter's Field,
walking as though his feet hurt. He comes
to the grave and stands there all day and
night. It is the Christ of Mary Magdalen.
Then I thought that perhaps there might
have liccn a dying prayer, a penitential tear
around that miserable spot. At the last
thero may be greater resurrection power
here than when Queen Elizal)cUi cornea out
of her mausoleum in Westminster Abbey
Rut 1 must close the two lanterns. f'
PUNCH'S ADVICE Tf TRAVELERS.
On entering a railway carriage, "tick any
parcels you may find in your way, and, if
possible, seat yourself upon a bonnet-box.
If ladies are present, insist upon lighting
a short pipe, and (dose or open the windows
at your sweet will, and with regard to no
ones comfort but your own.
On iKiard the stetunlsiat make yourself a
nuisance to your fellow travelers by indulg
ing in silly practical jokes and smoking bad
On arriving at a hotel, force your way out
of the omnibus in-fore anyone else, and in
your selection of a room be as unobliging to
your fellow travelers as (mssiblo.
Lounge about the hail, smoking your fa
vorite pipe, mid stare at every lady who en
ters or leaves the place. If you find a lady
away from her father, husband or brother,
grin at her.
Ruily the waiters at the table d'hote, and
if you lind a kindred spirit, indulge freely
in 11 conversation of a strongly seasoned
On y.iur return to the hotel late at night,
shout at the top of your voice to your com
panions, to the great disturbance of those
who have retired to rest before you.
If you are fond of fun, alter all the b sits
at the doors, and change the numbers ond
hours of the "waking-up slate."
If you have to catch an early train in the
morning, be careful to arouse, by your
noiy conduct, all the other inmates oi the
Touch everything In the museums and
picture galleries, and declare in broken
French, bad German or imitation Italian
according to the country), that the South
Kensington treasures lx-at ail the foreign
In fact, behave like a selfish, under
br., ill-conditioned cad for a month or
six weeks, and then return to England to
lose your individuality in some small city
office, or post of a menial character, until
the time arrives for your annual outing
TnRRif aline cures all lorms of malaria
such as chills and fever, bilious fever,
swamp fever, etc. As a preventitive, it is
the best safegaurd in cities whera fevers
arc prevalent, if taken in time. Ask your
druggist for Thermalinc. Twenty-five
ceats per box. Mailed free on receipt of
price by Dundas, Dick & Co., 37 Wooster
street, New York.
THE GREAT RANK R01R5ERY.
Two weeks have passed sinco the Man
hattan bank was robls-d. yet not one of the
criminals has been caught, nor a dollar re
covered; and what is more, there does not
".' i" iy freui i-iiori put until to ap
prehend the culprits, whoever they uy L.
Not only this, but the general public, out
side the circle of depositors, appear to have
forgotten all about the matter, so quickly
does one sensation here crowd another out.
An old detective says there will be no new
developments in the business until a myste
Tious advertisement appears in the personal
column of one of the morning papers, offer
ing to return the stolen bonds on certain
conditions. lb- says that is the usual way
of proceeding in such ruses.
A pn.i, grown ordinary water lizard
over four inches in length, was vomited
alive early Wednesday morning bv a six
year old nu of .Mr. 'p. McEvoy," Emily,
near Downeyville. The boy had been com
plaining for some weeks of pain in his
stomach, but his parents thought it was
nothing more than colic. A few days ago
the pain was accompanied by a suffocating
feeling, the lizard evidently trying to make
its way upward a la excelsior. Wednesday
morning the little boy jumped out of bed
feeling very sick and next moment, to the
surprise and horror of the family. hN lizard -ship
crawled along the lloor in" lively style.
I Toronto Globe
Takk Notu p.. -On the 1st ot November
I will open at the old stand of Phil Howard,
Eighth street, between Commercial and
Washington avenue, 11 wholesale and retail
depot for the sale of fish, oysters and game
exclusively. Making the above articles a
specialty, I will be enabled to suit the most
fastidious, at prices that will compare fa
vorably with Chicago or St. Louis. At all
times can be found a line of fish and oys
ters never before offered in Cairn, such as
New York count oysters in bulk, Mobile oys
stern In bulk, Raltimore oysters in cans. In
their season can be found fresh
mackerel, fresh codfish, ' little neck
clams, sea fish from Mobile, shriiflp and nil
oti.er delicacies from the sea, to tickle the
palate and refresh the inner man. Celery
and wild game of all kinds. It is my in
b'lition to keep such articles 011 hand at all
times, o the public can depend upci being
supplied. Orders from abroad will receive
particular attention, and goods will be
packed with care, and satisfaction gtiaran
teed. City dealers will find it to their ad
vantage to call upon mo before ordering
from Chicago or tit. Louis. Hoping my en
uVavora to please, will be met bv an aniire-
elating public. I remain yours,
NEW -SERIES-NO. 127
Tiik Methodist has discovered one thou
sand families of Brooklyn that hi.re
lelt tho Methodist church, most of them 1
mg those who have social and financial
strength. It further says that 08 per cent
of these ex-mcthodist give but one reason,
and that is, "the changeablcness and tho
uncertainty of the pastorate.''
A PLEA FOR SMUGGLING. '
We consider it the duty of every Amu-i-can
citizen to smuggle, w'hen he can get an
opportunity. This because of the sacred
right of revolution, accorded the children of
Israel when they fled from the house of
Ixinduge, and our forefathers when thry
threw the tea into Roaton harbor. Jt will
lie remembered that when the Hebrews fled
out of Egypt, on account of a strike in a
brick-yard, they did Meal, take and carry
away sundry divers riots and pans, of much
value, belonging to tho laws brickmakera;
and high moralists, such naPalev, have held
tlvat it was all right for. the rtiihW hrt
not Ix-en paid iur their labor, and thereforo
took only what they had a right to. Now,
as the tariff laws are framed to enrich cer
tain classes, and thereby rob all others, it
is not only the right, but the duty of nil
goj)d citizens to violate their nil. s, mid de
prive the unconstitutional monoiilists of
their ill-gotten gains.
WonKixoMKN.-TVIurc you begin your
heavy s;pring work after a winter of relax 1
tion, your system needs cleansing and
strengthening to prevent an attack of ague,
billions or spring fever, or some other spring
sickness that w ill unfit you for a reason's
work. You will save time, much sikne.-
and great expense if you will use one bot
tle of Hop Ritt.-rs in your family t!i!a
month. Don't wait. See other column.
It may be interesting to billinrd-plnyriA
to know somewhat of the origin of tlm
game. In tho latter part of the Sixteenth
century a London pawnbroker, William
Kerr, was in the habit of amusing himself
in wet weather when there was no custom
ers, with pushing about three balls on the
counter with a yard measure. This sug
gested a hoard with side pockets. An old
manuscript says: "Master Wiiliam Kerr did
make one Isiard whereby a game is phived
with three balls; mid all the young man
were greatly recreated thereat,' chiefly tho
yonng clergymen from St. Piulcs: hence
one of ye strokes whs named a Ynr.nn.
having been by 0110 of ye said clergymen
invented. The game is now known by tht
nanie of bill-yard,' liecausc William or
Rill Kerr did first play with the yard
measure. The stick is now called a 'kew,
or'kue.'" The old bill-yard is modern
ized into billiards and "kew" into cue.
"Parents can not well be too vigilant,'
says the Iluffalo Express, "in inspecting the
reading matter that fulls into their chil
dren's hands." This is very true, as wj
forcibly illustrated a few days since in the
case of a couple of parents in this citv,
who alter a brief relaxation of the vigilance
in question, wen- immeasurably shocked t
find that one of their children had actuallv
gone to rending a Radical newspaper.
An Artonisiiijhi Fact. A large propor
tion of tho Amencan peoplo are to-day suf
fering from the effects of Dyspepsia, or
disordered liver. The result of these disease
upon the musses of intelligent and valuable
people is more alarming, making life actu
ally a burden instead of a pleasant existencf
of enjoyment and usefulness. There is n
good reason for this, if you will only throw
aside prejudice and skepticism, take tho
advice of druggists and your friends, and
try one bottle of Green's August Flower,
your speedy relief is certain. Millions of
bottles of this medicine havo been giver,
away to try its virtues, with satisfactory re
sults in every case. You can buy a sample
bottle for ten cents to try. Three doses wil
relieve the worst case. Positively sold by
all druggists on tho West-rn Continent.
Pompkh. Excavations at Pompeii prove
the city to have been one of tho most fash
ionable and beautiful of ltoman summer
resorts, and but for the eruption it might
have remained so to this day. As wilh
Pompeii, so wilh thousands of people who
have beauty of form and feature. They
might always he admired but for the erup
tion, that makes the face unsightly, and
betrays tho presence of scrofulu, virulent
blood poisons, or general debility. There
is but one remedy that positively cures
these afi'-ctious, and that remedy is Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It is
the best known tonic, alterative and re-
Solvent. It speedily cures pimples, blotch
es, liver spots, and all diseases arising from
impoverished or impure Mood. It also
cures dyspepsia, and regulates the liver and
bowels. Sold by druggists.
Consumption Chiikii. An old physician,
retired from pra;-tice, having had placed
in his hands by an East India mission
ary the formula of a simple vegetable
remedy, for the speedy ami permanent cure
for consumption, bronchitis, catarrh, asth
ma, ami all throat and lung affections, al
a poriilivo and radical euro for nervous de
bility and all nervous complaints, after
having tested its wonderful curativo pow
era in thousands of cases, has felt it li's
duty to mako it known to his suffering feb
lows. Actuated by this motive, and a d?-
.110 to relieve human suffering, I will send,
free of charge, to all who desiro it, this re
cipe, with full directions for preparing and
using, in German, French, or English. Pent
by mail by addressing with stamp, naming
this paper, W. W. Sherar, Ml) Powers'
Mock, Ris'hesler, New York.
The salmon canneries on tho Sacramento
river, California, have closed for the season.