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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY ,C 1880.
of tha leadlUR busluess houses whoso advertise
ments may be found In Tub Bulletin.
C. O. I'm lor A Co., Commercial avenue and Nine
G. I). Williamson Co.
YiH'iiin fc llroderlclc, Want). Ave., cor. Eighth.
Dcunls t O'Louirhlin, l'oplar, cor Twentieth.
Dr. J. II. Msreau; office, 140 Commercial avenue.
Dr. W.C. Joeclyn, Eighth near Commercial.
Dr. E. V Whitlock, lw Commercial avenue.
l'.oht. Smyth, No. BO Ohio levee
I!. II. ('nr.dee. Vo. WOhio levee (no stairs).
Equitable Life, of New York, corner Twelfth and
Widow, aud Orphans Mutual Aid Society, Seventh
and Commercial avenue.
DKWGGIST3-W1IOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Geo. E O'Hara. Eighteenth and Commercial.
Alexander County Bank, Mb and Cummerelal .
Ity National, Ohio levee.
Champion. Three Statu.
Johu Sprout, corner Twelfth and Levee.
E C Koid. Corner Ninth and Commercial.
ENEKAL DELIVERY open i:JU a. m.; cloei
J 8:iou.tn.; Sunday :t) to 8 a. m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m.; closes
at 5 p. in.
Throni;u Express Malm via IlllnoU Central and
)U'lilppl Lrutrai luu.roans Close ai ii.r V w.
Cairo and Poplar Mutt" Throuih and Way Mall
!nes at p. m. , ...
tv.v VrII via Illinois Central. Cairo and Mn
crimes and MicMippi Central Itullroads close at
II - If, t Tn
. Way Mai! for Narrow Gauge Railroad closes at 8
lairoand Evansvllle River Route cloaca at 6:30
p.,m. ca:.y lexcept Friday).
Mayor-N. B. Thistleviood.
Treasurer Edward Dezonia.
Clerk Dennis. J. Foley.
Counselor--Wm. H. Gilbert.
Marahai J -'. I.allue.
Attorney Willism llenlricks.
h.iAiii) or ALiitnmx.
Vi.i U'..,tl .1. Ili.wlrr
s,und Ward-David T. LiueEar, C. R. Wood-
Third W&rd-W. P. Wrleht. Egbert Smith.
Fourth Ward-Charloa O. Palter. Jamea Kynaaton
Fifth Ward-T. W. llalllday, Erucal a- l'eltll.
Circuit Jodie D. .1. Baker.
Circuit Clerk-J. A. Reims.
Countv Judse-ll. S. Yoratn.
Coiin'V Clerk S. J. Ilumm.
County Attorney W. C. Mnlkey.
Couniv Treasurer Miles W. Parker.
Mieritf John Hod ire.
County CommissionersI. W. llal.iduy, J A
1. itiblx. Samuel Brlley.
AFRICAN M. E Fourteenth atreet. between
Wa.uut and Cedar atresia: services Sabbath 11
a. m. and ': p. m.; Sunday School p. m.
(HRITIAN ElchU'enth atreet; meeting Sab
j bath 10:) p. m.; prcuchllitf occasionally.
1UURCII OF TflE REDEEMER Eplacopal)
J r'ourleeulh atreet: bumlay Moruini; prayera
10M a. m.: eveulnir prayera. 7:3i p. m.; Sunday
acliool : i a. m. Friday evening prayer ': p. m.
VIKST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CIintCH.
V Pivachlnifat 10::ia. m., 8 p. m . and ":) p. m.
hahhath school at 7:) p. m. Rev. T. J. Shores,
IrrilERAN-Thlrleenth atreet ; services Sab
j bath 1:40 a. m.; Sunday school 2 p m. Rev.
METIIODIST-Cnr. Eighth and Walnnt atreeta;
I'n-acbfnK Sabbath lo:: a. m. and "p.m.;
prayer meeiluif. Wedne.aday 7:30 p. m.; Sunday
School. 9 a. tn. K-r. Wblttakcr, par-tor.
1RESBYTERIAN Eighth atreet: preachlne on
Sabbath at ll:ou a. in. and 7::ip- m.; prayer
meeting Wedm sdnv at 7 :: p. m-: Sunday School
at S p. m. Rev. B. Y. lieorite, pastor.
CECOND FREEWILL BAITIST Fi fleet 111
street, between Walnut and Cedar atreeta; scr
vicea Sabbath at i and 7:30 p. m.
ST. JOsEPII S-ltoman ('nthollri Corner Croaa
and Walnut a'reeln; aervlrea Sabbath 10:ia.
m. ; Sunday School at it p. in. ; Yeapera a p. m. ; aer-ru-ea
every day at S p. tu.
ST. PATRICK'S Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
atreet ami Waalilnuton avenue; aerviwa Sab
huth H and 10 a. m.; Ye-pera :i p. m.; Sunday Srhool
8 p.m.; n-rvlcea every day at b p. in. Rev. 1-'. Zabel,
Obtained for new lnveutlona. nr for Improvemcnta
ouold uoa; for medical or other compound, trade
mark and label. Caveat, Aaalirnmeut. 'iter
frencea, Appeal, Suit for lufrlntfcmetita, anil
all caaea nrlW under the Patent l.awa, prompt
lv attended to Invention that have been
t)V IL'TIihy the Paleut Olllco niayatlll,
JllJJI-iViril'lninotcae, be jiateuted by
0. Being oppoaite. the U. S. Patent Department,
and engaged In Patent bnalneaa exclualvely, wc can
mnko cloaer aearcbe, and ecuro Patent more
promptly, and with broader claim, than tboau who
are remote from Waabington.
I Wl1VTir illW ,l!U(1 u" "t01'"' or aketch of
li ? Tjii IvJJVOyonr device; we make ex
amination and advle a to patentability, free of
charge. All correspondence atrlctly conlldentliil.
I'rirua low, and no charge utile 1'aUiut la-aectirud.
Wo rerer In Waahlngton. to lion Potmaater
General D. M. Key, Rev. F. D.I'ower The German
American National Bank, to olllelal In the U. 8.
Patent Office, and to Senator and Representative
In Congreaa; nndeapeclally toour cllunla In every
btato In the Union and In Canada. Addreu
O. A. SNOW & CO.,
Oppoaite Patout Offico, Waahlngton D. C
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND IIAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Casb Price TalJ for Wlieat.
NEW SERIES-NO. 270.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. louis and Chicago.
The Only Line Runninir Two Daily
Trains From Cairo, Makiu2 DI
RECT C0XNKCTIOX with
Tkain Leat Caiiuc
Arrlvlue in 8t. I.oula 9: r, a.m. : C hlcaen.8::H) p.m. :
Connecting at Odin and tfflnKbam for Cincin
nati, LoulevtUc, ludiauapolia and poluta Ea.t.
11 :ir a.m. Bt. I,oui ami "WpsWrn
t'onnectlna at St. Louia for all polnta Went.
3:20 p.m. Kitut Kxpreta.
KorPt. Loni and Chicago, arrhiuj? at St. Lotil
10:15 p.m., and Chicago ;:;"H in.
:i:iJO p m. (,'in-Innati Kxpres.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:15 a m.; I.ouiarille 7:J0
a m.; IndianapollH 4:() a.m. luenr hy
tin train reacfi the above polnta 1 'J to .'Jtj
Ilol HS tu advance of any other route.
Fat Time Kat.
T,-l iWn (ffl'si '' "ne l?0,hrou(fh to Kaat.
nwUpiliitni poiuta without any delay
canaed liy Sundav inti-rvi'tilui;. The Saturdav aftor
noon train from C airo arrive In nuw York Mondav
moruitii; at 1U:35. Thlrty aix hour in advance of
any ottiur routv.
tVir throtiL'h tirketa and further information,
ajiplvat Illlnoia t'tntral Kailroad IX'pot. C airo.
TKAINS AURIVE AT CAIUO.
i:i:i p m.
3:50 p in.
JAs. JOHNSON. J. II. .IONKS.
(en. Sonthi-rn Aircnt. Ticket Air,.nt.
I. JOHNSON, (im. Paaacnuer Ascut.
(JAIRO i ST. LOUIS R. R.
AM I HW"M'g"f
V vv sue
It. V. SMITHKK8. Ueoeiver.
SHORTEST SHOUT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Through Erpreaa leavee Cairo 9:45 a m.
Thronu'h Kxprcaa arrive at K. St Louia.. 5:oop.m.
Through Kxpreia leavea E. St. Louia.... :oua.ra.
Through Expreea arrivea at C'airu 5:M p.m.
Murjihyahoroaccommodati'.inleaveaCairo 1 :i p.m.
.Mii'phyatioro Accarrivea-atMurpbyaboro 7:Vip m.
Murpliyahoro Arc. leavea Murjihyaboro . 5:ii,vm.
MurpUveboro Act. arrive at Cairo 11:33 a.m.
The Cairo St. I.onln Rail Hoad ia the only all
Hall Home between Cairo and St. I.nuU under one
management, thereforv there are no delay at
way atation awaltiui! connection from other liuea.
Cloac and aure connection at St. LouU with other
Ilnea fur North, Eaat and Weat.
J. A. NAl'tiLE.
MISSISSI LTI IV v.
TIME TAJil.E OK P.VSSF.XCiEK TRAINS FROM
vr.M E.NNES (Nov. IJO, 1?T'J.)
No. i Hay Exprea ( Except Sun lay) ,
' ti Kpreaa (Except Suuday)
" I NUht Expn-aa (liailyl m.
No. 5 Exprea i Except suuday)
I Hay hxprea (Exeejit Sunday). . .
i NiL'ht txpreaa (Ualiy)
J. H. Ct.AKK.
.. 1 ::W p. m.
. . 1 p. m.
. a. in.
. :i5a. m.
I 'M p. ni.
1 :') a. m.
C. S. Conk. Jr...
Gen. Ticket A;' t Cincinnati
gT. LOUIS, I. M. fc S. IVy.
Culro Time Table.
Ter.aa Expreaa J Dally MTip. m
l omiecta ut LUariepion lor c giumiej.
TexaaExpre- fl)allv 5:35 a. S
Accdinuicidatloii IDallyl ,.T::tiip. ..
voire iiuu x ureu:er Liepui vnio i.eee.uii
J. C. 7.1M.MK11. A;-en
1). Axtei.l, f)Iriion SuHeriniendeiit.
QAlItO CITY FERRY CO.
On anil after Monday, June It), the boat will make
I he following trip:
I.KAVKN LEAVES LEAVE
Foot Fourth at. Mlaaourl Land'p. Kentucky I,d'g.
s a. in. H:V) a. m. 9 a. tn.
Ill a. in. M::)0 a. m. 11 a.m.
t! p. in. i:M) p. m. 4 p. m.
4 p.m. 4:'Ji p.m. 5 p.m.
i p.m. 2:;)0p.m. 3p.ru
Iliimliur AmcnciiD Fitcket Company's
Weekly. Line of Steamships
l.euvlim New York every Thiiradny at 3 P. M.
FOIl ENliLANI). KltANCE AND (JERMAXY.
Tlckflta to and from Europe at loweat rate. For
............ .1 1, lllfltl . (t.v u. w, . ,
pupniiKe ni'l'iy iu v. u. mi iiaivi a v w., Mcncrai
raaapnirer Airent. lil Hroadway, Now York, or to
II. WELI.8, Cairo, Ilia.
tr. a-3 j?
3 Bigg P
THK WOUKINCiMAN S FRIEND.
In theae daya of political trlckerv, a true
friend In thetlmu of need 1 a friend indeed; aud
uca a friend ia
Dr. WM. HALL'S
BALSAM for the LUNGS
It la a eo.e cure for
CONSUMPTION, COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMA
and all dleeaeei 'of tho Lunga, Cheat and Throat.
Thia well-knowu remedy haa been uaed for
thirty year and baa cured thouaaude of caao,
many of which were glvan up a hopele.
Nocaae, however obatinate, ran realst the
neallnir propertlea ot Dr. Win. Uall'a Balaam,
for the Luntra, Trial bottles will he furninhed
Rratitatioualy to all who are afflicted with Luna
and pectoral dlaeaaea.
tVRememberthat It Is the paraiatect tiae of
the Balaam that cures the worat casea.
JOHN P. HENRY, CURRAN & Co.,
4 COLLEGE PLACE, NEW YORK.
(1) BARCLAY BROS. Wholesale Aent.
dlcine.not a drink.)
HOrS, BUCIIU, MANDRAKE, DAN
DELION. And the Purest and Beat Medical Oualitlea of
ali other Iilttera.
All diaea'es of th Stom:icb. Bowela, Blood,
Liver, Kidney, mid t'uinarv Oraana, Nervou
ue, Sleepleasneaa and eapeclilly Female Com
plaint. SMX) IN GOLD
Will be paid for a ca-eth-v will not cure or help
or for auythini Impuie or lipuriona found iu
Aakyonr I)rn2;lat f.-r Hop Bitter? and try
theui before you aleep. Take no other.
Hup Col on CritB ts the aweeteat. eufeat and
best. Ak Children.
The Hop Pad lor Stomach. Liver and Kidneys
ia aupenor t:i all othera. A-k DrusjUw.
D. I. C. ia an absolute aud irreaiatable cure for
drunkenueaa. uae of opium, tobacco aad nar
cotic. Sund for circular.
Ail above ao'.d by druiata.
Hop Bittere Manufacturing Co.. RocheatT, N. Y.
ICK HEADACHE !
'e Mean Cuietl. Nut Merely Relieved
And Can Prove What we Claim.
i3Thcrc are no failure and no diaappoint-
meiita. If y.m are troubled with SICK HEAD-
ACHE you can be eaaiiy and quickly cured,
hundri-da liavr be'n already. We aliall be pleased
to mail a a.'ieet of tvatimnuiuis to any iutereated.
Carters Little Liver Pills
Alao cure all furma of Bi!louue. prevent Constl
pation aud Dyapepaia. promote Uisteatlon. relieve
Uiatreaa from too hearty eat ins, correct Diaordera
of the Stomach, Stimulate the Liver, aud Regulate
the Bowela. They do all thia by takini? jutoue
little p:ll at a doae . They are purely vezetable, do
not eripe or purj. ana are aa nearly perfect aa
It la poa'IMe fur a pill to be. Price. cert, 5 tor
$1. Sold by drujjjiata everywhere or ent by mall.
CARTER MEDICINE CO.. ERIE. Pa.
Hl?hest Metlalat Vienna Pliiladelpliia
E. & II. T. AXTII0XY & CO..
GO L Brortdwtij', New York.
Manufacturer. Importers and
Velvet Frames, Alliums, GraiilioseoNos,
Stcrotco)is and Viuws, Eiiirrav
in?s, Chromos, Phutoraidis,
And Kindred Oooda-Celebrit'.ea. Actreaaea, Etc.
Photographic Materials !
We are Ileadmurtera for Everything
lit the way of
Stcreoptieons, Magic Lanterns
Each style being tho boct of it cla
in the market.
.... - u i.i.urirutvuvl,. V. Vin,ll'
ary and.hnKravIng; for the window.
Convex Klaaa, .Manufacturer of civet Framea
lor .Miniature auu Convex Cilaaa f cturea.
Catalogtie of L:intema and Slide, with dlrec
tlona for uIuk, eeut on receipt of ten ceuta. 3 mo-
BLACKSJIini AND WA00XMAKER.
THE BEST IN THE WORLD
CHURCH & GO'S.
"Arm and Hammer Brand."
Bi-Girb Soda I Saleratus
Vhleh is the same 'thing:.
AnSOLUTELY & CHEMICALLY TL'RE I
Impuro Ili CarbSodaor Sab-ratiiafwhloh la the
aanietiiliitfllaof i allKlitlv diTly white color. It
may appear white, examined by ltseir, but a COM
1'AKISUN WITH CUUUCIl & CO'8 "Arm and
Hummer" Hruml will allow thodlll'urence.
Hoe (but your Sularatua and Unkltu: Nodala white
and I'UkK, iih should bo all auullur tubatancos
uaed for food .
llouaekeepcra who profor bread niadowltnyeaat.
will Improve its iiiiillly,nuikn it rlau better aud pro
rent It from sourliiff.liy addlna one half teaapoon
fill of Church & C'o. boda or Salerntna. Do auro
n tul lint .1 d.t li,. In,, ..I, in SI If I'lt n ..... nf il.l. I nm.if
f.l.t. KUI lir ...... I.1IIVII 11,1,1,, . IIU IIHIT 111 IUIH Ill I'll I-
arenco to hakluK powder, aavoa twenty tluiea lla
fee onn pound nackao for valualila Information
and read carul'ully.
SHOW THIS TO YOUIt GH0CER.
No organ of thought or action can bo employed
without the aaaiatance of the blood, and no Tgun
can be employed aafely or with lmpunitv without a
eupplyof healthy blood. With healthy blood the
exerclaed orirana become well developed, whether
they be muacnlar or intellectual. Bytheuaeol
feLlowh' compound svrcp of nypo-
ril()SrHITE3 the blood Is apeedlly vitalized aud
purified, andao made capable of producing a louud
mind and a aound body.
"I'eraona aurl'erlnj; from Impure blood, or whoao
health la (riving way. either aa iniuiatera or thoao
who atudy cloaely. will find In the Syrup the mate
to build them up, and the tonlo to keep them
tlicre." dr. CJ.AV.
. PrmriBi n, M., March. 1ST2.
Mil. .kmkj I. FtLiiwa-ear riir: Durlnjthe
paat two yeara I have given your Compound ftyrnp
ot Hvpophoaphitca a fair theuijU eomowhat aevere
trial in iny practice, and am able to apeak with con
fidence of Ita effects. In rcatorini? peraona auffer
iu? from emaciation and the debility following dip
theria. It baa done wonder. I conatantly recom
mend Ita uae In all affection of the throat and
lunjra. In aeeral caaea coneldered hopeleaa, It hag
given relief, and the patienta are faat recovering;
amoue theae nre conaumptivea aud old bronchial
aub.iecta. whnae dlaeaaea have restated the other
modea of treatment. For Impaired diseatlon, and
in fact for debility from any cauae. I know of noth
ing equal to it . Ita direct effect In atrenstheuiug
thenervona ayatem rendera It (tillable for tho ma
jority or a:easea. 1 am. air. yonra trnlv.
WM. S.HOWE, M. D
Note. It ia only the independent, well-pouted,
and unaelliah physician who can atford to oreacrlhe
thia remedy. Experience haa proved thia. Tho
inciiest claa medical men Iu every larjo city where
it ia known, recommend it.
PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN AND THE
Af r LIC1KD EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
cuke sick headacu
CURE FEYEU and Agu
CUKE BILIOUS COLIC.
CUKE TORPID I.IVEI;
Dr. Titt haa succeed
d iu combining in theae
dlla the heretofore an
avoniatic nuallti,. nr
laud a Purifying Tonic.
p'ect ia to Increaae the ap-
peiiio oy cauaing ttie
lood to properly aaalmi.
late. Til UK tha-.'iit,m l
nourished, and by their
:oulo action on the dlgea
ilve orgaua. regular aud
healthy evacuations are
Tho rapidity with
which the peraona take
ill fieah while under the
influence of theae piila,
indicates their adapta
dlity to nourlah the bod
i hence their eulcacv In
urinL? nervous iluhi'lltv
vastinz of the muscles
1U''l'Ih!iiipu of tho IKvr.
mpaning nealtn aud
trensrth to the avatem.
PKICE i" CENTS.
53 Murrav Street,
Son GOUT 1
ACUTE OK CHRONIC
tinder the above
EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO
OF PARIS AND LEIPZIG.
Immediate relief warranted. Permanent cure
guarau'eed. Now exclualvely used by ail celebra
ted Phyaiclans of Europe and America, becoming a
Staple. Harmloas and Reliable Remedy on both
contlnenta. The hlgheat Medical Academy of
Paris reports 93 cures out of KM cases within three
days. Secret The only diasolver of Hie poisonous
Uric Acid which exists in tho lilood of Rheumatic
and (ionty Patients. $1 a box: t) boxes for $5.
Sent to any address on receipt of price. Indorsed
by Physician. Sold by all Druggists. Address
WASHUKHV X: CO..
Only Importere' Depot 212 Broadway, N, Y.
For Sale hy BARCLAY BROS., and Drusglata
J. T. WARREN 4 CO.
fiU-.CO W. Second St.
Foreign and Domeatlc drlnl and canned Fruits and
Vegetables. Canned, dried and salt Fish, Pick
les, Siuicoa, Oils and Coudimeiits. Soup
stufl's, Dulling Powders, ground aud
whole Spices. Toilet and Laundry
Soaps, Seed, Jellies, Preserves
Fancy Groceries and Gro
Stock unparalleled in the West.
SEND FOR OUR "GWCERS MANUEL.
MARKETS' BY TELEGRAPn
Chicago, May 5, 12 m.
Wheat-May, tl llf; Juue, 1 11.
Pork June, 10 15.
Oats-May, 31; June, 30'g'.
Corn May, ; June, 36?a'.
NEW rOUK CHAIN.
Nuw York, May 5, 12:01
Wlieat irregular No. 2 Red
fl 29; Ited Winter, $1 2029J; No. 2
Chicago, 1 20123;No.3 Milwaukee,
f 1 241 25. Com quiet No. 2, 02.
When the compass gets unruly, they box
The moustache is above talking; hut not
A child, like a letter, often goes astray
through being badly directed.
How is it that the summer always goes
so quickly? Because there is often an even
The dictionary defines dulcet as sweet;
but then you can hardly call a dull-set saw
The diflerencc between a sailor and a
showman is that one likes a light-house,
while the other does not.
When John Monigrip's wife asks tor a
dollar or two for current demands, he smiles
sweetly as he says: "Truo love seeks no
"Please to understand," said the honor
able Billy, the other day, "I'm not such a
fool as I look." "No," said Bob. "That
would be too much."
In the Gallery of the Louvre, betoro the
statue of the Venus of Milo. Little Boy:
"What did they' cut her arms off for?"
Mother : "Because she put her fingers in
the sugar bswl."
The gentlemen at a dinner table were
discussing the familiar line "An honest
man's the noblest work of God," when a
little son of the host spoke up and said :
"It isn't true. My mother's bctter'n any
man that was ever made."
"Make a minute of that duel, Mr. Shear
er," said the chief to tho news editor.
"Can't do it," replied the subaltern. "Why
not?" "'Cause there's only two seconds in
it." (Verdict of accidental death, caused
by a sudden increase of salary.)
American tradesmen who claim genius
for advertising should listen to a Berlin
grocer, who thus informs the public,
through the Borsen Zeitung: "Twins are
come to me for a third time. This time a
boy and a girl. I entreat my friends aud
patrons to support me stoutly. Excellent
butter, well worth its price. Similarly,
sausage ana ciiecsc.
A famous jud:re camu lute tocourt,
One day iu buy season:
Whereat his clerk. In great surprise,
Inquired of him the reason.
A child was born." his honor said,
"And I'm tho happy sire."
'An Infant Judge?" "Oh, no!'' said he.
"As yet he's but a crier. "
Jones says: "Give an oyster locomotion
and the five senses, and he might be the
rhinoceros ot the sea." lie might be; but
we hope no generous person will give him
those tilings. The price of half a dozen
fried ovsters as larirc as a rhinoceros won 1.1
strike away beyond the margin of most edi
tors' pocKct-oooks; ana a couple ot spoiled
oysters of such dimensions would depopul
ate a town.
Professional humorists, and nmbnhlv nil
literary characters, live iu a dream world of
iiiuir own. ,lo not, my render, uelievo tnat
it is such an uunleasant world in which
they bury themselves out of your sight. Do
not misjudge them because they appear
sometimes unsociable and unloving, and
look at you with startled, wide-eyed wonder.
They are discoverers, so manv Colmn.
buses, trvimi to exnlore a world which to
you is impractical, aud from which, though
you iiuuK it a uuseiess iaonc, tncy bring
forth to vour practical vision that which
you call a creatiou, but which is simply a
revelation. Tho genius that brings before
your eyes the people who say quaint and
genial and sometimes and things in a witty
way on the fourth page of this paper is real
ly hi'dier. because voti have seen thoso nor.
sons than it they were cxtravagrant aud im-
Hin Van Winkle's loutr sleen wu im.
possible; out irvinir discovered u man who
was true to nature for all that, and Joe Jef
ferson bestowed upon him a genius which
furnished the conipletest art which brings
teats and smiles, and which makes the
greatest temperanco argument men ever
heard or saw. Irving was a sad man
brooding over buried love; but from be
hind the shadows where he usud to live ho
gave us Kip Van Wiukle. Jefferson is to
the world a jolly man, yet ho is full of
quaint sadness, walking aside trom tho
crowd, living beside his little river at
Hohkus and painting bits of trees.
I think that Bailey is a little liko him in
this respect. Men ask me, "What docs
Bailey look like)" Aud when I ask them
what they think he looks like, they givo tho
most unlike descriptions. One young lady
said : "I should dearly lovo to meet him;
he must sparkle so charmingly. ' Ho lias
blondo hair and steel-gray eyes, and does
ho uot play littlo Spanish things on tho
guitar? What a blessed thing it must be
to have such a friend." As l was Baying,
tho men who have color and humor In their
writing usually aro retiring men. Twain is
very eccentric in privato life. Dickens
loved long walks at midnight alone, or
w ith'somo genial companion.
But, after all, you will find no moro
earnest uconlo in tho world. Thev urn
truo friends, and with all their fun aro morn
charitable than people who smilo aud
smile.and behind your backs aro villains.
Ono morning, long ago, I saw a man of
duito Di'uctlcal annnnranrn. with fW-n.rn.it
eyes, aud wearing practical looking and
noi very ono looKing ciotiioi, walking up
and down with his hands in hia pockets,
musing. Ho was limit trout the crowd.
lie stopped once to look at a playful little
dog, then walked on with his hands ia hii
pockets. I was talking with a noted and
too practical theater manager who said:
"There is a man who was once the best
clown on the stage, but ho condensed him
self into ono character, 'Rip Van Winkle,'
and makes women cry." It was Joe Jeffer
son.f Jay Charlton in DanburyNcws. 0
The Physical Paradox. It has been
said that "tho blood is tho source ot life."
It is as truly the sourco of disease and
death. No life, that is to say, no healthy
tissue can be generated from impure blood,
no organ of the body can normally perform
its tunctions when supplied with impure
blood. Tho fluid that should carry life and
health to every part, carries only weakness
and disease. Blood is tho source of life,
only when it is pure. If it has become dis
eased, it must be cleansed by proper medi
cation, else every pulsation of the human
heart sends a wave of disease through the
system. To cleanse the blood of all im
purities, use Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery and Pleasant Purgative Pellets,
the most effectual alterative, tonic, and
cathartic remedies yet discovered. Thbt
ARE ESPECIALLY EFFICIENT IS 8CROKCLO0S
A Down -Town Merchant. Having
passed several sleenless niuhts. disrnrlwd hv
the agonies and. cries of a suffering child,
uuu uecoming convinced tnat Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup was just the article
needed, procured a sunnlv for the child. On
reaching home and acquainting his wife
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wiiu wuui no nau uone, sue retused to have
it administered to the child, as she was
strongly in favur of Homoeopathy.
That night the child passed in
suffering, and the parents without
sleep. Returning home the day fol
lowing, the father found tho baby still
worse; and while contemplating another
sleepless night, the mother stepped from
the room to attend to some domestic duties,
and left the father with the child. During
her absence he administered a portion ot the
Soothing Syrup to the baby, and said noth
ing. That night all hands slept well, and
the little fellow awoke in the morning
bright and happy. The mother was de
lighted with the sudden aud wonderful
change, and although at first offended at
the deception practiced upon her, has con
tinued to use tho Syrup, and suffering cry
ing babies and restless nights havo disap
peared. A single trial of the Syrup never
yet failed to relieve the baby, and overcome
the prejudices of the mother. Sold by all
druggists. Twenty-five cents a bottle.
"Fewoftue Ills ok' Life" aro more
prevalent aud distressing than bilious dis,
orders. The symptoms are low spirits'
want of energy, restlessness . headache, no
appetite, sallow skin, costiveness and other
ailments which show the liver is iu the
proper way to do it is to uso "Dr. Swayne's
Tar and Sarasparilla Pills." Their etfect '
on the liver and blood is woaderful, re
moving pimples and nil eruptions, leaving
the complexion fair and fresh as in youth.
Price 25 cents a box of thirty Tills, or five
boxes fer $1.00. Sent by mail on receipt
of price, by Dr. Swayne & Son, 330 North
Sixth street, Philadelphia. Sold by alt
Brown's Household Panacea is the
most effective pain destroyer in the world.
Will most surely quicken tho blood wheth
er taken internally or applied externally,
aud thereby more certainly relieve paiD, '
whether chronic or acute, than any other
pain alleviator, and it is warranted double
tho strength of any similar preparation.
It cures nain in the side, back or lmwoli.
sore throat, rheumatism, toothache, and all
aches, and is the great relievpr of nnin
"Brown's Household Panacea" should bo
in every family. A teaspoouful of the Pan
acea in a tumbler of hot water (sweetened
if preferred), taken at bed time, will break
up a cold. 25 cts. a bottle.
Much Sickness, undoubtedly with rht.
dren, attributed to other causes, is occasion
ea ny worms, lirown s V ermituge Comfits,
or Worm Lozenge9, although effectual in
destroying worm9. can do no nnsull In.
jury to the most delicate child. This val
uable combination has been successfully
used by physicians, and found tc n nhan.
ltitely sure in eradicating worms, so hurtful
to ciuuiren. i weuty-nve cents a box.
Win- Wear Plasters' Thcv mv m.
lieve, but they can't cure that lame back.
lor the kidneys are the trouble aud you
want a remedy to act directly on their hpcm.-
tions, to purify and restore their Imnlrhv
condition. Kidney-Wort has that snenfic.
action and at tho name time it regulates
the bowels perfectly. Don't wait to get .
sick, but get a package to-day, aud cure
Asthma. The tortures aud agonies I
endured for six years, uone but thoso who
have suffered with this terrible disease can
know. My life was miserable. In desper
ation I tried Giles' Liniment Iodide Ammo
nia. It gave mo instant relief. Used it
internally as well as externally. Thomas
Branigan, 127 West 27th street, N. Y.
Giles' Pills cures Gout.
From observation, under the microscope,
of the Blood of patents (using Fellow'
Compound Syrup of Hypophosphites taken
from time to time, positive proof has been
obtained of tho steady removal of diseased
and dead blood particles, aud tho substitu
tion of vitalized discs, so necessary to the
construction of healthy muscle.
Malaria Destroyed. G. A. J. Gadboib,
of Brockvillo, Canada, certifies that bo waa
prostrated by a malarial disease contracted
in Texas, and was quickly and completely
cured by tho use of Warner's Safe Pills and
Safe Bitters. Ho adds: "I shall nover
travel iu that climate without your Bate
Pills and Bitters as a part of my outfit."
Talking alwut tho liver, wo presumo
that ill temper is moro often caused by ft
disordered liver than anything eluo. Tu
Insure a cheerful disposition take Scovillli
Blood and Liver Byrup, which wilt remote
tho prime cause, and ronton tha mind to Ita
natural equilibrium. -,;.; .
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