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CAIRO. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 10, J8IU.
NEW SERIES NO. 193
gT. LOUIS, I. M. A; SO. RV.
IRON MOUNTAIN ROL'IE.
TKA1NK l.MVB ( AlllO,
Arkant-aH ami 1Vx:i Kxpn-i. 11 .45 a.m. Daily
a mm t at i aik.i,
KipP-m ,. i-.r,:,n m. Dully
Ac. omimiilation a.: p.m. Uany
Ticket iiillcc: No. V, Ohio Livee.
il II MIl.lll liN. A' lit
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv I-ino Running,
9 DAILY TRAINS
Making Djuect Connection
TllAINlt LEAVE CaIII'i:
.' i: 1 .'i ;i in. M nil,
Arrivinj. iu St. I.ou; t:' a in : Chw ao. Vi ji id . :
1 'on I: I nj; at Odin and K Tti n h mi for ('iti'iii
Mill. Lo'ji.Vllle, thdl.Uiapoll ami Ji'HI.IH F..,!
1 1 : I i ) it.Tii. Ht. I ,ui -iixl V-Hti-ri.
J". X pri'HK.
Arrl-Oni; In St. Lnuin 7:n" p. in., and riiH-i. lit :
fur a,f p'.inu A e.l.
1:'J) j). in. l ':ct l-'.xpri-KK
1 .rM. a if I 'liir. arrion.: at M. Lu'n-
'0: in p iu . anil I iiii '. ..''I a m
I J ) mi. 'i iii 'i 1 1 ii. -it i II x u'l't-H.
Arrivn,' (it incii imti Tin am.; I..ti:.,,i T .'
a m.: I) .iiMiipn I- 4 in a in. t ' ,t - - i. - -r. :..
Ire. Iriiin reacn tl, a"A" point. 1 J lo'lii
Hot Us 'i: ad, ante ul any other nut.-
-Tlii-4:'ii p In i xi-r.-i-i- Ik. I L J.I.MAN
Sl.KK 11 N't. i A It Cairo In I'l.'li.lal. ultimo
chanc'i1. and t'iroti'h tA l j ci. :u M. l.ona an.
Fast Time I'.: is I.
I'iisseii-rers r;. aV'
r an.ed liv Sunday i nt tm nil.. '1 in- (".isn! o '', r
ho.'ii train frmi 'aim iirrui In in Y'.n: Mem; iv
lnnrneiL' at p. :';.',. Thirty i-.x li"un in uiUimi nl
anv other route.
(f"K"r t li rou ! ti'l;i't ami ferttn-r iiifi.rnritli.i,.
appir t IHii.i.i- Central llairoad pot. 1 airo.
dAs. .D'UNsoN. J II .IDS KS.
in n southern Aa'i.t. To k- i Ac' t
A. II HANmiN, in u 1'ai". At'riit. ( liKi;n
MtW AIlVKHTISKMKM .
SCIENCE vs. EPILEPSY!
DOCTOR ii,irniiit gi'ACK !
A I.F.AI'IM. l.nM'iiN I'llVSH IA" r.sTAil
LI.-lll -S ANdHli K IN N KW I'l.'K H'l;
J 1 1 K ( IKtdK KI'ILKl'lIi' I fl
iKri'tn Am. .Iniin. nl nl M i! i' im.-.i
I i r At. M'i' ruin ii xi' n( I.'.i. ii.i, .:.. in. ii.' .
rpi'flaity i f Klilnl f. hu witlnn.l ilui.l.t In at. i
ami iiT' 'I muri' i an', than any m her ilvn n phy l
i'ian. 111. .U' rrM" I.. .nnlny l 1 II a?t!tni.ii!.'
i! I.nw lirat'i nf fan-, nf t v i r .n y r - Mni.'lu,.'
.in r.--!n;,) riin-i) ly li'm. Hi- !: pii'i'.i.hrd i
va.u..nl'' wi'irk mi tlnV 1 1 v. I.n I, In i-1. 1! i r.
a larifi' l"ttli' nf hif vnii.ii. rfnl (.in: f r' tu a
mtliTi r I " mny i'ml il.i Ir i x pf' nini I'. it. aii
fin. S i.' a-i !. atiU'tn- wutiinj a i 'irt In hi
it c. Ir. AH. MKKKItKI.K, No. Jiilm d., N v
?.)-! I'Kli M' N 111 LI AliAN IKKIl V will
O pav I hi' alinvr .alary tu rapalili- ami n'l.v
tilt1 nn-ii who u ill piTinani'iitly ik: our l".il
a.'i'M. in l adi munis in tin- I tiili il Mali-, a nl
I aiiinla. or tlii-y ran. if lln-y il i', kdik on i'n".
nil-nun. With r-'lmlili' partn-a tar i:l nil, in..!
In-1 in yi-ar or li rm nl y ar Wet ill ml t' ,i
party nifaiiliii; liu. iiir.. .mnplr. nl mir n i.li i".
li aiik. ami i'iri''ilar.. with our rnti . nml t rm., mi
ri'i'i'ipt nf ('.' W ' arr mil .rlliii'.' .ninpli.. I n
want act mi- aumil. at ninn Tl! I- v liU I.I, I
IMPKtiVKI) .MKli II AN'I ll.K Al.l.NtV (n..
Spriia'lli'lil. Ma... h.'atilUtii'd fYnrunrj . l;-.
1'I.AVS! l'l.AVS! I'LAY.s! PLAYS!
For In-nilltii! Cluh". for Ainnn ur Tliratrica!..
1 i tiipi ru' it I'luj.. iru Itnr Knnin I'lni.. Kairv
I lir. ., Ktt.iopiiii'i I'lai". iiiliili' llnol,-. Spiakir.
raiilMiiiiim .. I ulii. nn l.ii'lii. .Micm .liiiii l.i.'i
C'dliircil Kirc. Huriit i nrk.'l In iilrn nl Km 1'irpa
ratlnti.. -larlrv'. Wbx WnrkH, M.., Iti ar'l. mill
.Mnii-tiichc. ui ri'iliiml price ('npiiimc, sn-ncry,
t liiiriuli'. Ni ciitiiliiiMii'. .' til f r i i li I ;ii n 1 i i l;
full (l' i riitinn ami price. Sin. 1'i.i.m ii a
SiiN. :in K. ll;li Stri i't, New York.
ST n r A Y F. A H Hinl fxpriii..'. to
III - iiti i niiilt frcr A.l.lri"'. I'
O. YK'KMHY, Auil'i.tii. ilaliu
Vtflllntf M(ll l','lirn Tclnrii'liv! Kuril fin
J nilll JIUl , tu,, a ,,,,,1,11,. Urmluati .
(tiiirant-cil pnyliif ntliccn. Aililrc Yuli'litilii'
llr.ia., JaimavllU'. Wl..
.i'iiiipiT Ailvt-rtihiiiK Hiirciiii.ldSprHci'SI.N.Y
AK.-i Millll luml-liml i,,.,., w, ril in.
V I I - rur-l t.tiM Inr I'oinli,, ,)lH. . ninH
XII pr.illtiil.li' In;. n.'H.ihu, miy
f ) 1 ln' III'' I'l-iii. a h ... ciikv
7f Iii 1. urn. in il uur liistru, M. .
elm pit- mill plain, thai any one nm
mk (.'rent prnlllH Imin lln' .tart. No ,'. ,
wliu la wllllnir In wnrk. Wiuiutn urn a. iuy.'..ii
an lin n. Ilnyx nml utrli cuti i urn lar.-n .IIIMII
SlaiiV hnvo niii.li' at the liu.lii. .. nv. r imp Inin.licil
ilnlliir. In it hlin;l.i week. Nnllilni! like It ,.v,.r
klinwii liffiirt. All who i-huhim- arc aurnri.il m n,,,
la.n ami ruplillly with ttlil. li tln yaru nliln to iimiin
mnm y. Y mi can I'liuiiu'ii In iIiIk IiiihIIich. ilnrink'
yniir cpari' ttini' at ureal prnllt. Ymnln tim Inivc tn
Invent ciipllnl In It. Wi! take iillllu' ri.k. Tlinau
who tii'i'il r.'iulv tiiulii'V. alinitlil wllrc In nf nt niici'.
All furnl.hiMl I'ruu. AililroM TKl'B A l't., An
gnat a. Miilin'.
AC4 .,(ISJ,PS-'i'hSRL,'IIiI""iu M""1 v",n
WAN l'J;i) l)l HIiiKlu Volutin) vitphIhViI
C A 1 I, ETON 'S CON DKNS KI)
A Woiii.li or KNnwi.nium, rolled. 'd tni-etlicr In
Onu Vnltlliin, cntitulnlntt V(,r (l ,IMI Uki'kiikni'Kk t.i
thu liioi"! 1 in portatit iniMier. t,r Inlereat In the wmlil.
Tim tnni't Hitiireatlim anil tiaeful Look ever com
pllcil.rnvurliitiiilliin.l tlieemini lleM or l.riirnliiK.
A law hiillil'mniii tirtavo voluiiiu, M5 piiu'en. pro
ftiaoly lllii.lriiled.- I'r ce, txw, Ju.t pulillKlicil,
and iihw In Iik n'venteeniii mImIii. Tim oni.v
m.iok oriTaKINli. Hun-.iicrc.a 0Very Audit
Mliri Inki a II H.ilil only l.y anWrlptloii.
Tho.e wl.lillitt t lii'i'nwio Audita, ailillVKK fiir
nracrlptlvr' ('Irclllnm nml Oictra lerma.
(1. W. CAHMTON )., I'libllnhera, N.Y.l'lly.
Mayor N. II. Thi.tli-wood.
Treasurer K.I v nr. I IVumilii,
li rk - Iliiii.iH. J, Foley.
l'nuiii'..'lor--Vi'iii. It. tillliert.
.Mur.lial J. II. liolnti.on.
Attorney William ili-irlrir.ka.
HOAIUI Of AMlKliaXN.
Flr.t Wanl-.M..I llowley. Puter Saup.
Secnnil Ward - llnvlrl T. Ltnear. Je.e Illnklu
Third Ward - Kj-hert Smith. It. F, lilakii.
Knurtli urd - l.liarlea o. Fatier, Adulpli fiwo-
HUh Wind-T. W. Ilallldav, Enie.t IJ. I'ettlt.
I'ir. nil .linK'n- I). J. linker.
ircuit ( leik- A. 11 . Irvm.
ouniy .1 mL'e - U.S. Yiiciim,
Cou my Clerk S. J. lliiinm.
County Altornuy -.1. M. innnnni,
County Trea.iirer-lliltn tV, l'urker.
Mierilf- John lloili;e..
Coroner li. Kit.L'erini..
'.mill v Coinmi..iom:rH T. W. ilalllday, J. A.
M. tiilih., Samuel Itriley.
'I IIK .MAILS.
KNKKAL DKI.IVKltY open ::hj a. m.; clom.i
V J H::'o p.m. ; Sunday: t to a. in.
M 'iin-y Order Dcpwnn nt open at 8 a. m.; cloca
V Ti p. in.
Thrnu.th Kxpn-.a Mall, via Illliioia Central 3:10
Min.ir.ippl CeL'.ral KullroaiU cluae at 9 p. m.
Cairo m d I'oplur liliifl Throu-jli and Way Mall
.Ji. - at 1 p. ui.
Way Mail ri. T inol. C.Mitrul. Cairo arid Vln--fnne.
and M;...ippl Central Itailroad. clone at
:4. p. in.
Way 31;! f jf Narrow 'iauu: lto.il road dusta at
i :.U' . In.
Cairo and Evaii.villi- Itiver Route clo.ea at 'i.W)
. in. 'i'i'.iv incept Friday).
I'll I iif HF.s.
VKi'.I' AN M K. Fourteenth .treet. tx-tween
Walnut and Cedar Mr-ei.; .ervict. Sabtiath 11
. m mid 7 :vi p. in. ; Si: inlay School 1 : 3 p. rn.
CMIItls'I IAN - Kil.te. ntli ctre.-t: mertini,' Sab-
l.utli ::vi p in.; pr.-ai nltii; .Kcji.ionaily.
Mlllii'll OK Til K KKl)KKMKR-(Epl.r.opal)
J l-uiirt.-eiitl. .tr-et: Sunday Mornlui prayer.
In . a m.; eveu.iiL' prayeri". 7 .-V) p. m.; Sunday
Iiool '.i .'yi a in. Friday evening prayer "::) p. m.
VUlhl MHSIONAKY I1AITIST CHfKCH.
P lT"tt hlii.' nt 1' :-v i a. in., :i p, m.. and 7:'ifl p. m.
sabbath I-. IhhiI at 7:1') p. in. Uev. T. J. Shorei,
Il Tlll'IISN Thirt-. JCh .treet; ..-rviceil Sab
4 ImiiIi 1 ;:ui a. m. ; Sunday rihooi I p m. Jicv.
MKTIItililsT c.,r Ki'-hth and Walnut .trei-tn;
I'nai hi:;t; snldintl) In : . a. in. and 7 p.m.;
;.riyi r m.eiii.. Wrd:.eIay 7:iii ji. in.; Suniiay
) i.ool. 'i a. tn. I;, r. '.Vulitakcr, parlor.
I t :!: 1 1 VI Klil AN KL'i.th ptrei-t; preactirm on
1 MiM'i.tli at 11 l a. Hi. and ?::) p. in.; prayer
.ii.-' uii.r W'i'.i.i'..!a at 7:1' p in ; Sunday School
ii i p. m. K' v. H. Y. re. pii-t"r.
iw K" n.M) FltKi: U ai. IlAITIsT - Fifteei th
.iri-'-t. li Wa!ri'it and Cedar .tree'.a, n-r-
t'-y - Sa' liatn at i ;ii.d 7 :' p. m.
ST .lii.-KI'H'.i (l;o:r.::n Cat'ioiio Corner t'ro.e
and Wali.i.t .r.-'-:.; .ernie. Sa'diatli 10:Wa.
n.; Siii.di,) s. i.u.t. .a J p. in ; Yerpurs 3 p. tu. ; .er
t nv- ry day a; p. m.
JT I'ATIUi K's -1, nnati CathniicU'oriier Ninth
.'pel i.i d Wu-!,!ij'"h av' iiue; fervice. Sab-
ii a . ami I" a in. ; e.p, r. .) p. in. ; Sunday School
i p. in. tui every day al s p. in. He v. M.iiU-I'vui
'DM.N ( HIUsTIAN TKMI'KliANCI-: I N-
I'lN. hod. it. i. ; v.mr k i y in., tin;, m
'Jo; hinl ol the Cairo T.'liipi'iuiiiv Kefunu Ciut), ev
"ry 'llnir.duy aft' momi, at '!:) o'cit" k. Lvery-
body I. In : d to nit. nd.
I-K ;H II. I.KAUI, M. I).,
l'liysii i.iii mid SurtriMin.
Sp iva! u't, nt inn paid to tin; llonu-opathic treat
.m i.i id .:.r'ii al di.ea-' and di.eape of tauiuvti
and i i,i;-:r- n.
Dilne: Nd. I.i Ki.-jsli rtr.Tt, near Cumaivrcial
avenue, Cmr.i. 111..
I:, w. niirn.ocK,
"tfi't No. !:; Cimitm rrial Avenue, between
h:hth and Ninth streeu
j )K. W. ('. .loelll.VN,
I I: N T I S T .
(.FI' ICK- Kiuliih Street, near Commercial Avenue.
. Id K' Kill KS, UDOTS ANDSIIUES.
THE BOSTON STOKE
rrovisiinis Oi'i'cii, Jiricd and Ciiiincd
Fruits, (,1111'ciis. Class Wood
HOOTS and SHOES
The Host Ilnind of Flour
iilwnyB on hand.
TO 1 A CCO.S.C1G A 1 S.Ktc
N. II.- Coiinlry l'rortnce takuii. All Order
Cur. Wa.liliiKtim Ave. and Tenth St.
CAIKO, : : : : ILLINOIS.
I.) Ni'i'iiiinSiiiieri'rH-Timi,reiit Kurupraii Keif'
ilv- Dp, .1. 11. SlmpMni'HSpeeilli' Mi'illcliif.
liven',... r.',.S.i!" '"""' "I'WCUli! Meillciue I. a !,
In l i , !,l,"r,nV,rr,"'. litil.otei.rv. Weakni-M
v ,V I. I ,' ".";,,,',' ! "," s'eir.Abuee, a. Ner
I . . I ' ' '"""'".v. Mental Anxiety. Languor,
n , , , i, oi' nTv"" '"I'l'l'-Hnd mi ctlmial di.
1 , ' V. N'Tv.iii. Nvai,.,,, eem-r-flly I'alna
in inn II or hide, I,.... of I. i,,,,,,. ., i ... urn
Iliul lead to Con
ly ami nil early
lirnvi', or both.
So mutter how
flllltlered 1. 1, e
rVrli'Ul HI II X III.
from exn'.in'a of
any kind. H Klmrt
rour.e in no. in.'... . no. iu rehtoi-o iiiu lo.i lunc
tloiiHiiiiillTiiciii'.; Health ami huppine.., when, he
fore wu. ile.poMilent'y nnd idooni Tl.u Hprrlllo
Me.llcliii! 1" Ih'H.K UHi'il with wouilermi tc
I'..n.plili'11'i'i'iil rreu loiill, Wnlu tut lliem and
I'el hill pl.l'llt'Kl.irK.
1'rlce, Specitii'.. 'Jl .l'Oper irn kii"o. or Hx park
iii:.k Tor gr. (i. Will be .em by mull on receipt of
tiuil.e, Ad. Ire., nil order".
,f. li. hlMI'SON'H MKDIOINK CO.,
Non. HU xntl M Main Sl..,Bull'lo, K. Y.
NEW YORK STORE,
W1IOELSALK AND KKTAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN 'i'JII: CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
c. o. path; i i sc co.,
Cor. Niin teenib Htreet ) ('lll'n 111
C'uuiiuercial Avenue J IvUlIU, Jilt
THE CITY NATIONAL HANK
W. P. HA I.I.I DAY, Fre.ld.nt.
II. L. HAI.LIDAY, Vlre-Pre.ident.
THUS. W. 1IALI.IDAY, Ca.hier.
. BTAATBTAIXOR, H . P. HAI.I.IDAT.
UINKT L. IIAI.1.I1MV, K. H. tl 'NNINUIIAM,
0. D. WIM.IAM.ON, .TKI'IIHN DIKP,
U. H. I'ANbee.
ExcLanjri', Coin and United States Bonds
llOL'tiHT AND SOLD.
Do-poult. received and a -.'eiieral ItbklnK bumritpi
STOVES AND TIN WAKE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ol and Dealer in
TIN, CO 11 'EH i s;iIEET-IHON WAKE
ALL KINDS OF J011 WOKK DONE TO OKDKK
NO. 27 EIGHTH STKEET,
Cairo, - - Illinois
e ., s
- c r . .-
(JAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
TIIREE tmn STATES.
On ondafter Monday, June 7th, and until lurther
oollco thcferrybont will moke trljie a. follows:
LEAVr.. LKAVES LEAVES
Fo.t Fourth H. Minfnnrl Laud')?. Kentucky Ld'R.
S:.K)a. m. H::)a. m. !' a. m.
1o:nOa. ru. pi.'tna. m. 11 a. m.
":00p.m. a::i p. tn. 8 . m .
4:i0 p.m. 4:;uip.m. S;tx)p.m.
J p.m. S:,!i) p.m. S p. m
rnoniiETOH of sphoat's patent
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BYTITE CAU LOAD OH TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car I-ioads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
(j W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
coiiiinutly on hand
At Seventy-five ixnt.s wv load.
Stavo Trim in inH
At one dollar per load.
Tho "lrlmtt.liiK"ri ronrai. alinvlnu'i and nutkn
tuehoat .n. inner wood for cooking piirpiwexai' well
h. thu clit-ape.t ever mid In Cairo. For Mark
"mlih'a iiiic In nuttli.c tin', limy arc uiieitmlled.
Lcavo your (irdura at thu TetitU treet wood yard.
A n lin of llm Spnn'ish nnnt'la lifts
Wn tlmvii from the bottom of tlm
pouai Slniiii,Si'oil:viiil, l.y salnnni fi-li-tM'-i.
U wns m hii'oo iiii from tlm siot.
wli.'i't' ;i i-liii lioloiiijiii"; to tin' iiniiiiihi
is known to liiivu Imeii wrecked, nml,
.trail".' t.i ;;iy,iilllioii',rli it hits licen in
the .e':i I'm' over '."Jo yeiirs, it M'Cins us
:'oim as ever. The (.'un ! eiht I'm't
l.iii.'.ihirlei'n ini'hcs in niaiiieier at the
ImvitIi. ami with u lime ol' t'oiirinehi"-.
h ir- l.i.i.i.'il jnirily wiilt iiiiil4 of 1mm
ini'ie I iron. Several rn iih from the
H.iiiie jilaei! have Ix'en hi'ielolbre raUed
ami ju'e-uiiicil lo lln: (neeii.
T.ie St. lVti'i'-btiri.' II' ru'il U respon.
si hie for tin. s'.aeiueiii thai a nihiliM
prisoner, who t 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 . 1 snii i.li.' in
the foruus ol'St. l'l'ieohiir.', was in
iiiiliieeil to iiii.ke ili.elo.iire.s of the
liihe-t im.oriiiin'(! to a spy -who was
shut up wiih him for live, inonili.s
under the trui of hein: a poliiieal
ollen.ler like hims.'lt'. 'l'he oi'ani.a
tiuii of the ruvolulionary party, the
names of ils iva.lei'-,, and their inetli
o.ls of proeednru are ail to liavit In rn
laid Lure, and the explosion of tin:
palace traced to a man w ho is already
in thu LhikU of thu iolice.
While tho population of tho United
Kingdom of ( real ilritain and lie land
has ii.ereaM'd s;ie alsijj from !':, s.W,
'J.J.S to 3-1,500,01:1, that of Ireland nloue
has deerea-ied hy more than a (juarier
of a million, and the numUrof mnr
ria.es lias ili:eiea '.l hy tl.omj. While
paiipi'l ism has ileeri ti-eil in England
an I Wales from 'J71.0"0 to s:)T,oou, and
in Scotland from 1.'1,00) to (j7,i.oo, tho
retnnis for Ireland show an inuiva.ie
from OJ.'iinj to U'0,000.
The way T. xas eow-hoys cool; their
lln at ii this: They kill and dre-sa one,
two or three year old animal, neeord
iiiLr as their iimnber nee is, cut it in
halves, haiigiii',' one-half up on slakes,
then build a ioiimii tire and roast the
other half all at once. At the next
meal each man takes his jack-knife
and slico oil' for hiuM-lf. 'ibis is llic
manner of cooking meals at the iiaiial
ioiiinl-ii j.s. The practice, it is said, is
not so euti.iinry as it used to be, and
is -:railually living out.
A man at Antwerp, Mich., thought
lie discovered it wav to throw his sister-in-law
out of his hoiiM.1, without
eoiiiniiltin.' whit the law would re
gard as an assault. This was to take
up the chair in which rdie sat and
dump it Lhrii.i:li a window, including
its occupant, lie I, a I a leal rijit,
according to bis the .ry, to do what he
plea-ed with bis own furuiiuru. He
executed ibis plan with violence.
Tbotili be wa.-, careltil not to touch
t!.e woman, she wasba lly hurt by the
fall. A .Iint'ice disre.irde I his aru
uii nt and lined him
There is a very valuable brick
building in Cheyenne. A resident
oftliUl iowu noticed shining yellow
panicles in the bricke, and, imajiuiiiL,'
that the colors were gold, he took out
a brick (n m the "all I'r the purpose
oi'a-ci-iiainiii the facts. This brick
be lh'.it pulv. rie.l, and then 'yinned
out"' the color-, lie could not et rid
of nil the diit, and eoiicluiled to
s '.id the ri'oi Inuni to an a--au'r in
IbiiVer. ln a few days the as,iy .er
liiicaie arrived, and sliowe I that there
was thirty-eight cents' worth of gold
in the brick. The ciiileman then'
took out two other lu'i. ks in dif
ferent parts of the building, and pul
UT.cd and panned tlieui as he did
the lir-1. The -at ue assiyer gave his
ecriiliciie as I'o. lows : Sample No. 1,
gold, lorij -i'Veu eeii is; sample No. '2,
gold. ti-ni y-iniir ceiu. Willi re
markable .-ecicy the gi'iilloincn pro
ceded to haiii whence came the
bricks. After coiisi.ierable inquiry il
was learned that tho bricks were
ma le ui a yard that was lonnerly sit
uated mi (.'row creek, near Cheyenne,
Inn which i-. now obliterated. Fur
ther investigation among tho oldest
residents divulged the fact that pla
cer mining was at one time carried on
uloiig the creek.
Tho Ob! lb mm.
"Pet," said the fond wife to her boar
of a husband as they drove along the
broad roa t, ''so that farm lion -i? is
yoiii'old birthplaci and honie. How
you iu:i-t love ever' Idt of il. Thai
iUi'T id I window "I fell out of
il once." "Thai .'.ear old moss cover
cd well'' "W'aler's tnc.iu, and I fell
down it once." "Thai roinanlie old
lone.!" "(bit licked for tearing my
breeches on il." "That long eimTdl I
s ecp ol' niea low " "I'sed to b tve
to nke il all day."' ''That t ill, pur
plim.', wild (.'berry lice" "Covered
with ivy th.it poisoned my arms and
Wit an i laid me up for iwo weeks.''
"That broid, loiiii.l lopp.j I chest mil,
wilh Hie old gold blossoms " "Tin)
neiohbors stole ad the nuts." "1
spent my vacations; over the lake,
pel, and remember yon groles'pie,
vine-clad church--" " "Yes, that's
where 1 first saw voti."
Cm luus Result!).
The method of taking tho census
of the population of England is very
complete nnd tho machinery simple.
Each census taker knows exactly
the territory to be looked after and
usiMlly is allotted from four to six
Tho last census of tho city of L'Ui
don proper shown some curious re
sults. It was liken in the evening,
when only (io.oni) people were found
within the city limits out of I ho 500,.
bOO who inhabit it by day. r'or in
Hlanee, upon tho census night them
happened to be as lodgers from agri
culiural districts in thu city Inns and
hotels, forty fanners besides threu
farm bull ill's and twenty-three garden
crs, so that in tho ratio of agricultur
ists to area London city appears as
tho champion agricultural district of
the Kiiidom, It also appears that
out of 6,0li0 merchants whoaro by day
"soinclhingln thn city," only o5"," ha
bitually sleep within thoeitv bounds;
and that out of rt.oiio brokers only
ttiirly-thrt'i) breakfast under tho shad,
ow of St. I'mil's.
Mary Iter Irk.
A writer in the London Argosy says;
One day Charles Dickens, as ho sat iu
the olli :e ot AH thn 1'cnr llouiul, mak
ing his way through the mass of pa
pers thai lay on his table, was attract
ed and surprised by the singular mer
it of some lines which had been sent
him. He glanced eagerly at tho
signal me. It was ".Mary I!er
wick.'' Dickens had never before
to bis knowledge, either heard this
name or -ecu il in print, but there
was ihe ring of line poetry in Mary
lierwick's lines, be she, whom she
might, and so limy were iiiscried iu
the next number of the Magazine.
Months went on, and -'17 the Year
Uuuud had freipient contributions of
Miss Mary llcrwiek among its con
tents Dickens, however, knew sim
ply nothing about her, except that
she w rote a legible hand, that ho al
ways, by her own wish, uddressed all
communications to her to a certain
circulating library iu the west of Lon
don, and mat wlu n he .-cut her a check
slu; acknow ledged it promptly but in
a very shori, iiuiler-of-f.icl way. At
length, one winter evening, whou
Dickens went to dine with iho i'ruu
tors, he happened to put in bis pjek
el, to show liiiui, the Ci.ri.siiuas nuiu-
bi.T of .1 tin: ':ttf H'jiunt, which Was
ju-t ciiiitiiig out. He called tlieir at
lention i'.-r. ciai!y to whu ho taid was
a very pu iiy p i. in by Miss M iry
iicrwiek. '1 he author of "i'ickwii k"
rci.arked, to his a.slouisbi'nent, th.it
tho.-o .simple words of bis were re
ceived by Urn u nolo family with much
hiipprcs-ed in.'iTiiiienl. 1 to e mid not
iu i in: h a-l make out what Was iu Clio
wind, but be look it o.ind-naiuri.'dly,
biipp.i-iug it to ne some homo Christ
niasjoke, and asked no (jiieslions.
Next day lite mystery ot tho unac
countable miriii of la.st night was
cleared up iu a Idler from Jiarry
Cornwall lo Di keiis. Miry Iicrwiek
was Adelaide Proclor. And from
that time forward Mi- Pro.: lor took
an acknowledged place among Eng.ili
A rot it' Ralltmiiing,
When, s.'im.) few years ago, t.Iifl
Alert ami DVovcry Icfi England, the
crouds whi,!i bade Ihe crews good
bye oavr: them a hearty cheer and
wished theiu (io -sj, red. From s .me
rea.soi. or other tin- spe'inl'd sailors
who went iii. rih lance cau.o within
six hundred miles of the magic point,
but overcome by scurvy, cold, and fa
tigue, reini'md to say that il project
of reach ing the apex of the ih was
a vision . ry and impossible one. Eng.
lisbinei. are prowrbially dillicult to
beat mid siow lo despair, and it is not
to be woiideied al thai al this juncture
:.nc ot then,, l 'oinmaiider Cheyne, do-vi-ed
a way of ineoliiig the dlflieulty.
In bis opinion. naigitioii by Ma aiid
land having failed, I hero remained but
one oilier to try, lo-wit, tho air, and
under the patronage of Lord Derby,
the idea grew till it foil it I its illustra
tion in an experiment which, iu ooint
of interest, could not be easily sur
passed. We all know that tho regions
near the po'ic are cold, whatever tho
ceiiire may be ; it is patent, to all, al
so, l b it o In- lei I by any accident ill U
balloon-car helpless on the ice, mid
way between rh;p and destination, or,
iin.iv.l, to be landed at the polo with
out in. an.s ot i t t n i n. would be, lo say
the h a-i of il. somewhat inconvenient,
if led pod lac,;)' unpleasant. Com
mander Cheyne foresaw this, and iu
h: -cheii.e included ihe idea of three
linked balloons, win b LisLCiicd to
geiber Willi a Mroiig I ri angle of woo, I,
won id I e.if lour cars, one al each
point, ana one in Un: cent re, so arrang
ed 1 1 .;i i should anv one balloon break
(low n ihe car could be slipped along
the triangle an i icsi upon me remain
ing globe-, si i, I pa-sin- along tiiroiigh
the air ho.it llicoiael.'.uii'e. !Mill,
a tr.aj appcivd n. ce. siry, I hough tnu
principle, was approve I, and thu ex
periment was made. It must be pre
mise)!, of course, that tho triai w is ac-coiupli-licd
under very dilleren cir
cuniilauccs than (ho p de will ever
witness. In tne lir-i p,:e e, ihe tbrcu
linked Ii d .ii, ms ascended without tiny
oilier incubus than a heavy sand-bag,
ami. thcrekue, caused i.o rik of liie.
L.il thu interest of ihe undertaking
lay in the fact that u laiger balloon, to
which was ai biehi'd a ear coiitainin r
Mr. Coxwell and some other gentle"
ineii,.jiiitie.i theeai'ih i:i,nn!iii uely af
terward, and ...how od w hat uillereuco
was to be expected in a car held up
by one balloon, and a ear supported
by three. The voytitr.urs were not la
b iiing, it must he remembered, under
precisely the same conditions Which
would hamper Arctic travelers. They
were not boxed up iu a close heated
carriage, as they must be iu tho north.
Neither were they provisioned with
peunmcan and lime juice, but had the
choicest of wines and food which tho
vast cellars and kitchens of the Alex
andra palace could alford. SliJJ, there
were many things of rcat iuiciest to
be no.cd, and iney were the follow
ing : Fii'si, that the three balloons
fastened to the mangle humped vio
lently together witu great energy ve
ry often, and bad they supported cars
iu the air must have given the occu
pants a very fair idea of what sea
sickness meant. Secondly, that they
took a course miiiic vviial dilierent troui
that which was marked out by the
single balloon, and so showed that
some allowance must bo made for this
novel mode of mrlal navigation.
Thirdly, they proved that tho idea of
a triple team iu the air was a possible,
and "workable" one, and that the bal
loons will Hot hurst, Unit they will go
along merrily enough without tight
in; against each mber, mid lhai tlio
Arctic .'tu i il naviga.or, wiih throe of
(hem, will bo very, much saler than
tho man who would atlompi logo
wilh one. AUo.eiher, the idea of
('.unman ler Ciicync was loiind to Im
leasible, and, it is io be hoped, will
now bo earr.o I iu o prieii. e.
When the appetite fails, and (deep grows
restless and un refreshing, there is trouble
ahead. The digestive organs when healthy
crave food, tho nervous system when vigor
oils and trampiil gives its possessor noun
easiness at night. A tonic, to be effective,
idioiild not be a mere appetizer, nor are tho
nerves to be (strengthened and soothed by
tlm unaided action of a sedative or a nar
cotic. What is required is a niedicitio
which invigorates the stomiich, and pro
motes nssi mi at ion of food by the system
by which means tho nervous system,
as well as oilier parts of the physical organ
ism are strengthened. These are the effects
of Hostotter's Stomach Hitlers, a medicine
whose reputation is founded irmly in pub.
lie confidence, and which physicians com
mend tor its tonic, imti bilious and other
pmperties. It is used with the best re
sults in f-'ver and ague, rheumatism, kidney
and uterine weakness and oilier maladies.
Reward of Prrservermice.
Henry Clement, Almonte, writes: ''For
b long time I was troubled with Chronic
Rheumatism, at times wholly disabled; I
tried unything and everything roooinnmnd
ed, but f iih 1 to get any benefit until a
gentleman who was cured nf Rheumatism
by Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil told me about
it. I began using it both internally and
externally, and before two bottles were
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To all who are suffering from the errors
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early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
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Having become almost entirely cured nf
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Compound Syrup of Hypophosphites, I feel
it but just to put the fact on record. My
case had resisted all other Medicines, but
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Ik you take our advice you will lose no
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Price 'J, cents.
If Yin: want to get rid of pimples, boils.
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Sitting Up Nights;, "
Mrs. E. II. Perkins, Creek Centre, War
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