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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
Til K TWKNTV.KIKST ANM'AL STATEMENT OF THK
EUlTAIIIiK LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
()F Till': UNITED (STATES, r.'O BKOADWA V. NEW YOHK.
HENIiY IS. HYDE. licsiil nt. '
FOB THE YEAR ENDI
AJUlCNTOF LKIM.KII AsKTl. Jh( 1.
; .'iso.ti'.i; I.;
I ..' M j
I'r-'m iuiuo ,
I ii ti-rccl mul ri'iiln....
Net profit on iiivrfimi i.t
II.'. Hi i. '7 if,
Claini-h) death and (ii'it u r-l endow-
im nt. M $ i.yr.M M
dividend!, nurri'iiilcr value., nntl an
Ilmcuunti i endow in. i.l mi. I in.lnr"d
tontine poll 1". !'. '..! Hi
Total psid policyholder $ l.'.'Cf.T ''V
Diviileudon c.ip In! 7 imi ip
Agent ). ami ciiiniiii-hioi. ' t'l
t. ncri cipnn..-.
Mate, county ami i ity tx-f m,ki ',u
Nit iiii-h H-c !l. Is' i .V"ui-:
Honda ami inottgHgt
! M:; '.'I l.i
I 'nitfrt State, plot K
State dock... rlly tock. mi'l -loci -iilhori..
il hy Ihe la' of Hi" it"
of New Vofk
I.imn uri'ii ti v I.iiii I" and toi k-
h. ul elate in N'" 1 .irk ami llo-t.iu
ami iur, hn-' il iiihIit lore. 1.. sure , .
Ca-ti mi iiiiml In i.aiiku ami nt tn r ! -i.iiil,,rii'i-
,.n Mii,'r- "i ami in irnn-it
i nn " riT.'iv.'il -..
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liii.T"i ami r"iii 'I "" 'm l ' "r:i" I
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nil", l:,m i !" iri iiiinni I'a'il In
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rv f.,r r.'in'iiriini . i.l a'! i "-i
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'I mil nii'ln irt' ,t Nfi'n ? '.i
(if wli'li lfl.in.' i i r i:ni il' ,1 l'i
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1'iin I". in t'.ntni" rin I .'-..' m 'i 1
Kbk Amiiiiim1 iii I il!!'. S-'i'i. I 7". !).! on
Iiiks(iuttaiiiliii'r - 81 77...'.7.7u:( no
MILL AMI roMMHMi.s.
FLOUR. ORAIN AMI HAY
HitrLent Cash Pricp Paid for WLeut.
CJT. LOl'IS, I. M. t SO. IIY.
IKON MOUNTAIN K l" I K.
1IUIN- l.EAVK I Ml'.",
Arkai,--nml 'l'i x i Kxrt-- U n.?n . H.niy
mi:u t: AT rii;n.
Tii'ki-t uili,.": Nil
:; .. , in. l)n .)
V, Ohio I. "VP".
II II MIl.liniN. A:
ILLINOIS CENTRAL Ii. K.
-mfoiUKjl'UP Ml " int.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv lAmi Running
9 DAILY THAI In S
Makino Dikkct Con. vk en o
TllAINN l.EATK CaiHii:
Arriving In 8t. I.oiiia ll:4."i a.m. ; I'Iik bu'". s l' i". ;
Ciiimi'ctiiii! at Oilin ami Klllnliain fur emeu
ti nil, LuuinvillL', IihIIiiiihhiIik nml i,intK Hunt
llilU ii.in. tit. Iioium, 'iihI WVkIitii
ArrI vine In tt. I.oiiIh 7 :ori p . m., ami rnnm i iimt
fur all iuillta W'vm.
4:( p.m. l''Ht I;. pi'i-HH
rSt, I.nula anil Cliiracii. iirrlvini; ul M. I.m
0:10 p.m., and I'hlcauu V:JD a in
4 sUi") p.m. ( 'itioinniit i lIx pn nh.
Arriving al Cincinnati 7:im H.m.i I.on io vil U 7 :vti
a.m.; li'illanii,nlin 4:IKi a.m. l'Hnm'tii!rri hv
Una triil n r,.n,., ,1H Ri,vu inta i:j to ; It I
1IOLKM iu ailvuncc nf any ollii'r rtiiilu.
$ZTXZl;?. A; 'xpr.'M liaa rul.I.M AN
hLtiKI'INCKAIt lairo to Cincinnati, without
chiinmiii, and throtigh hU-i.ii!ti lu ht. tl"
Fast Timo KasL.
P1 (rM'C hT l111","'"' tto through to Kant.
j u . rn V"lnU w,l"'t any clnlnv
aued hv Siindav InliTvi'iilnu. ''lu Hntiirdav after
noon train from Cairo arrive In n, w York Mnndnv
morning at lnnir,. Thlrty-lx limiraln advance ul
any other route,
t?irr"or through tlcketK and further Infornintlou.
mlvat llllnola Central Hullroail Di'pot. Cairo.
JAB. .IOIINSON, J. II. .ION KH,
(Jn. Koitthern Agent. Ticket Agent.
1. U. UANSON.den. 1'ar-n, Agent. Chicago.
NG DECKMIiEK 1NHO.
Kroin Hi" undivided "urpliut. reversionary divl-
d, i,,l will !. dc,-ui"i. in llnlil on HHlllirm.-tit r.f
in--.i immial pi miiiiii. to ordinary iiurt.cil-atinif
'J Ik- nlim; i.iri i.f tli.i polici.-R uutatanding ha
"iillii' Ain'ticiiii expiro'iire uliln, tins
I. -hI firm. Innl nf tli.' urn., oINew York.
W. nill.l.ll's. ... .
.1 .. VAN rK. viiiiiri. p.
V. Hi" iiinl.'.mgi.. ., tivi-. In pcrnii. carefully
I'.vu mined Hi" .'. uiiiil.. .in. I counted a ml i-jainim-d
III ill lllll III" a-"l of III" I, ,.V, and c-nlly that
Hp lur, 1 1 ftNii'iiiriii 1 1 1 r 1 1" in i ..rr.Tl
lil'.NMMilON F KANDOM'll,
' ii i-..s .vi iia l.STMI.
I Till M s A CI MMINs),
I IIKNKV S. TKKIIKI L,
.11 HI SI.UA N h,
Hi". in! c,,iiiin:ii"" of Hi,: Hoard of IllrrrtorN,
appointed Oct. gT. IH-JI, III i-xamiUij ( .imcta
nh, I i" , ,,i.ii nt ih. i iiifu i.l Hi" year.
IIOIUl Mr i II F.I Tl (US.
H,". ..., a. Stewart.
'"",i,t I'. M'lr.'im
.1, T A, I. .-.
1 1 -1 1 r v A. Ilnrll.i.l.
Ii' nr. K "iiiii!iiii,
W.'i'.ihi il l-.,,-,
W il ii'ii . S I.,., i,,. k
l',rk, t l.ii,.
l ilh.m, i.. i .i in I., ri.
Il-nrv ! .M:inri, il
l.iiiu l .lonea.
I:. ,l.i rt l.itiox Kennedy,
lianiii v l. Itepevi,
Il njaiuin Wlllianiiiiiii,
Henry M. Alexander,
K ll.niiliniii f'olt.
Th'ima. A lliddle.
(.",.rt'" W I arli-inpi,
In" K Navarro,
till -I, Vrl o.ik
M. ,,. , . I'lilnij,
Miinuel S' Turn y,
liirler (i. I.aiiilim,
Minn, I lli.lni, ,
Thi-udore V eiton.
I.-t iirit-r I' Irviii,
I In- Witt i'iivii r,
l..,ii Kit.gi rn'fl.
U'illiam M. Hii-f.
lllinrn Al. xanil. r.
Niton. I f. iinoilrii h
1 1 . r , . I . r ill
I;..).. 1 1 l;;.,
ll'lll I' I IL I.' T'!,
.lam. M l.,M. .1
llnnii " I'ii'I. r.
ii. r i(.,h.:.,:;.ii
J'.'i ii ".i i.. .
A. hl Kir.- n.
.Vinni. I ..ri'..'
I ! -1 . r v V I'.nti. r.
'. nr.-' II, M. v art,
JA.MKS W AI.E.WNDKK. Vic- I'rt.
SAM1T.E KuKKuWK, ;', Yin- 'r,-t.
I!. ' I. mi!" 1 1, M. )., IMwM ( ntii., M. D.
K. '.N.i!f, S ii. linii ii'li nt (.f Agendo.
X'Ulll 'i-li ttl H"i:tltlii nt.
lo II' ii li'.r'i sir. . I. i inm-,,,
W. N. CKAINE, (icniMl M.itiagi r.
E. A. I;U1;NI;TT. A-i-nt,
ifKIi'lAl, piUKi TOKY.
Mayor - N H T)i:r"eHoo,.
Tn-ai.iir.-r- Kdvtaril l .ulna.
' li rk l)i un . J. Foli-v
Cniif.-lor W in H. liiflii-rt.
Mi-lm!- .1 II. l:l, ,,.
Alt..n., y - W llliarn Hen Irli V".
HOAHI) or am.ei.hu.
K i i-i 'A'w.l M .1 llowlcv. t t.-r Santi.
s. i-.it.d Ward - IkvIi! T. 'l.lntar. J-me Ilinkl"
1 t..r.; ir.l -Kuln-rt Smith. II. K. Hlaku.
lo'ir'li Ward-Uiur..- O. I'atii-r, Adolph .So-
r':"li Waul T. W. lU.liilav. KnieM B Pettlt.
' in Ju. I.., I). .1. luk.-r.
.1' Cl. rk - A II Irwn.
C.iiiiin .Imi.... - i , ,jr,
( i.i.i,! , ci.-rk- S .1. ll'iniui
i miiiii Ati,,ri,-v .1 V, I)rnron.
Ci.it, t Tr.-n-ijr.r Mi ii n vV. 1'arker.
si.i-riil John Hiidei..
c.ir.ii..-r -Ii. KitL'era.t.
c,iiit Coiiitni..ior,"ri.-T. W. Ualllday, J A
V. iit.t.i.. Snnnjel HriU-y.
I II K M AII.s.
' FN 1. 1 I. IF: I.I Kifi ..pen .::' a m.;clo.e
vi',: m j, m , s.anlny : h to y a. m.
Mi.ii.-y nr !, r ti.-parim-nt open at 8a.m.; clnnea
tt ' p. in.
Ti ri.iir:h Kxpreio' Mail via Iliitnnn Central .1:40
p in .
Mmiiippi C..'i.;'M Hailr.Hl doae at 9 p. m.
(iir.. tied I'upiar Himr Through and Way Mall
loi-i - nt 1 p. ni '
W,v V-ii y, i r: i I,..,, f. inrnl. Cairo and Vln
' " ,4'''1 Mi-.-ij.pi i'..,,.r: INIIri.adacli.ao at
Way Ya; f,jr Nurrmv (inuge INilroad clu.ca at
:..n i. In.
Cairo arid Evaii.vili.. liiver Route cloaca al :3(l
p. in. dl.v (except Friday).
I'll I II I'll Ks.
VFKICAN M. K. Ki.iirteenth mreet. hetween
Walnut and Cedar ntn i'tn ; aervlrea Sahhatn U
. to mid 7 "(" p. ni ; Sunday Sclmol 1 :ill p. m.
pHI HCII (iF THK KKDKKM K R (Kplncupal)
K.J l-'oiirleetith atreet; Sundav Morning pravera
n:'Hi a. m.; evenini: lirayer. T ::) p. m.; Sunday
K'hool H ::in a. ni. Fi niav evening prayer 7:i p. m.
I 1 1! ST MISSIONARY JIAITIST CHrUCH.
I lTpachingat Hi:.Vi a. m., : p. tn.. and 7::t0 p. m.
.siiMmtl) fchool al 7::io p. ni. Kev. T. J. Khorea,
I L'TH EUAN Tliirteetilh atreet
1 J luitli 1-:m a. iu.; Sunday mhnoli p. m
MKTIIi)l)IST-for. Rlfht), an, I Walnut atreeta;
I'reaehing Saliliath ii:.i a tn. and 7 p.m.;
pru.Ncr n ting. Wednenday 7:;lil i. m.; Sunday
School, !l a. ni. Hi t. Whittaker, pnator.
piiKSHVTKHIAN Kightli atreet; preaching on
1 Saliliath nt Hum a. in. and 7:')np. m.;nrnver
iiieetlng Wi diiinliiy at 7::'l p. in. ; Sunday School
It ,1 p. m. Kev. II. V. 'M'ore, paalor.
CKCOND FUKK WILI, RAITIST Fifleet th
ij atreet. hetween Walnul and Cedar alrcela; aer
vlrea Siilil.iith nt :) and 7:.iii p. in.
T. .losKI'H'S -(tioinan Catholic) Comer Croat"
v and Wiiltiut atneta; acrvicea Sa'ilmth lfl::lia.
n. ; Sunday School nt 'J p, ni. ; Venpera ,1 j. tu. ; aer
ni i r every day al 8 p. in.
CT. I'ATKICK S- (Koninn Culliolici Corner Ntnlh.
a'reel and Wiialiingtnn avenue; aervicea Sub
'nth A and PI a. tn.; Veapera ;l p. in.; Sundav School
P in. a, rvlcea uvery day at p. m. Kev. MuslerMim
V,)'iJN;s,r,llils'l'IAN 1 EM I'KUANCK L'N
tlie , i,,.i 's' l0'' "' regular weekly ineetlnga lu
erv I i.n 1 1'1" ' ""iperancn Kefiuni Cllll), ev
Q EOKOE II. LEACH, M. ),
I'll siciaii and Sui-troon.
Specliit attention paid to the llonieopntlilc treat
ent of aiirglcnl dlacasea. and lilaeHaei of ,
TJU. K. W. WIIITLOUK,
en-rum No. 1SB Commercial Avcnuo, botwon
Klghlh and Ninth Street
)H. W. V, .IOCELYN,
OFFK'K - Elghiu Street, near Oumracrclal Avenue.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY
Itching anil Scaly Diseases, SnvfuloiH
Hnniors, Ulcers, 01.1 Sures ami .Mer
cnriiil All'ections cured ulicn all nth
cr liiiiiiiin usreiicies fail.
Tlii-re ia no human ai.em v can mi cpi edilv. per
inaliently and eeonouiicallv clean. e tin- lllood,
clear Hie Complexion and skin. ri-Hore the lr
and cure every apeclea of Itcliing, Scaly and S.-rof-iiloui.
Ilu morn ol the hk.n, S. alp and lllood a- the
i uticura Keiii'di-a. cunMMing of (iiticurit,. t,o
en-ii Skin Cure, ( utirurii S,mp, nil exiiilHile. ' ol
l't. Haiti and Nur-erv S:inatie,aniJ ( in I. urn l;u
t"olveni,lhe new Hiood hultier.
SKIN HI'MOKS, MILK CRUST. ETC.
SKINIIC.MOI.'S.-M.a i; K. Whipple, I),,-,r.
Vic Ii . wrllea that her lace, head and aome partaof
her oo. were almn.t raw. leH, covered with
ro i aad aorea siitleri-d tvurlullv anil tried ,-v-erylhing.
reiniam ntly cured hy Cutlnira Heine.
MILK Cltl sT- Mia. Itom r. 1 1.; i Imton atreet.
(Ini'lniiati.apeakaiif her riater'a chiid. who wmh
cured of milk rruat. which ri Hi-ted all r.-rn. ,lo a for
wo veara; now a linchenll hy hoy, wilha hrauliriil
head of hair
TK' l'i Kit OF TH K II NI)S. Kliahetl, n.irkl. y
Littleton. N. II .thankfully praineH tin- Ciitii miu
Itemerliea for a cure of tetter of the hamU, huh h
had rendered Hu m alratmt uceltfa to her.
SCALD IIKAD, ALOPECIA, ETC.
SCALIl HK A 0.- II A Id, d. audilor F W .
IAS II. i; ,.lark',n, Mi. h., w . cured of .ca'd
load or mi e jeara durnlioi, I.) tin- Cu'li lira llmi
FA I.I.I NO OF THE II 1 1!. -Frank A IP an.
St. am Fire Kr.i'ine i,. Il.ton. wa cur' d of alop -
da or falling ol the intr hv the (in. J(,...
dtea. w.ileh completely , .-.ion il Iiih hair when all
anld he vould Ion' il
DAMHil 1. Tln.ina- l."".-.;.';.. Fran' ford Am- .
1 hi adi Iphia. alllicli-d with (latolrnll. which f,,r
twenty eam hud cm. re, I In- ip win, ral.
one .tiN'li-r of an inch in tlcckin cured l.v Cti
lii iira lteniedie.
i,'.".Vi'."r ' ''""''l" 'nf' I"' pared hv WKKKS X
IOI I Ml. Chi mUi and liriii.'L'1-tf. .i Wa-hni"
Ion .tri'l. Ilo ,,n. and an- formic l.v all liru"'
I'm e of Cum lira, a M edicinai .l.-liv. rniail
hoxea. .'ocetita; large t,ox, C) ; cuticiira Heov
i-lil. the new lllood I'uriiier per l.otlle Cutieu
ra Medicinal Toi,-t Soup, c. nu Cntlr um M"
diunal Shaving ;,. i:,,, ,,i; , llt ,,r l.arl.er
and lart'e coii.iin,, ,. Mc, i,i- Ail n:.,i, d Tree ( n
rei eipt of pin i
Send I ir H.iia'rati ,1 Tn uti-e on the Skin.
'oini-lefe Treatment Sl.im.
Sanvoihi Kadi, At. (inc. Catakihiai. Sm
r.sT and lui novi.i. I sim rii. wrni p.-d in on
nackage. w ith full dire. lion, and ni,l l.v .
.Miggi.ta for one doliiir. A.k for Sam'i,i:h -
nil"1 At. our..
From the aimple cold or iiitin i,a to the rot
ing. aloughitig. and death of ti,,- -, ,et niei
ra.te and Hearing, tin great retrn dy i aupr.-nie
'ofotiou niiicn aciiiiiulnin.i, p. r.nun.'ii
'tire inenihrniie ei.-.m. d. di-irferted
oiith-d and healed. Ion. I ninl y,,i,-,, c,.:ir,.t
-rn.i, taM" and hearing r. -torci and contiii
iu mil ravagmcliMked. TIiiik. exn rnullv and n
Tiiaily. doe till great econonii, nf reined
-uitk. ii.ntutiCy r.-heving and permanently tin
iiir the must aggrav.iti d ami ilang.'rou form- o
'ieneral Aireuts WKEKS & 1'OTTER.
Hop-. Cal!aya ami Iron. No
ni -i n- n like ii n.r the
lllood. Hrniii.. N" ve and
l.'iii.--. N ' nf. ,,r fin,,-,
t on Heak. ni'd l.v di-i'NHi.,
dei.iliiv mid dissipation,
i'o-itii" cur.' lor I.n.-r. Kid
ney and I'm irv diflleulilea
Comfort a.,.l . reiigth for lic.icnte Fiinal, and
Nnraing Mother- I'iii.-hi mii.I l..'t metiriui.
called Itttt-:" Sold ev.-i vw In re. .MALT HI T
TEKSIOMFANV. Ilos'on. Ms--.
OKOCEKIES. BOOTS ANDSllOES.
THE liOSTON STOKE
G 11 0 C U II "I 3i2 S
Provisions, Green, Drieil ainl Canned
Fruits, yueens, (Mass mm(
HOOTS ax) SHOES
The Rest Rrand of Flour
ulwaya on haml.
TO I J A CCOS.01G A I .S, K I c
N. H.-('nuiitry I'rodiicc tuketi, All Ordera
Cor. Wahltiglon Ave mid Tenth St,
CA1KO, : : s : ILLINOIS.
fHK CITY NATIONAL HANK
CAPITAL, SI 00.000
W. J HAM.IiMY, President.
II. 1.. 11 ALLIDAV, Vlco-l'realdent.
TUOS. W. 11ALI.IDAY, Cashier.
I. STAATfl TATIin, W. P. HAIJ.triA V,
HBNHT L. IIAU.inAT, , , CCNNINtlllAN,
tt. D. WILMAMaON, aTKI'IKN BIIIB,
Rxchanirtv Coin and Uuitcd States ILnids
ROVUlvr AND H0T.D.
cou.nl,,.rC,'1VUd "d M ''"klB
MORNING, MARCH 2,
Mr. Unhurt T. Citlvm, of Olmsted, Ills.,
whh ii) the city yesterday.
Mc-isr. Hurry W'nlker und Ouh Hotto left
fur New Orleiins yesterday.
Mr. Juscpli Hicks, of Kulkmip, was in
town yesterday, on liusiness.
Messrs. Jos-iil) J. Liitehein and .1. Y.
McAllister, of Cottonwood Point, Mo., were
in town yesterday.
Two of our lawyers, Messrs. Dumron and
Win. Ifendrickfc, left for Sprinnlield, III.,
City Marshal J. If. Ftnljinmm Ii us limn1
to Elno. Hi; is lieintf represented ilntino
his ahsenco by Ilaz Martin.
Mrs. Keltic Mathews and Miss Alien
Moore, of Siixton, Mo., wen: registered ut
the Hotel Du Winter yesterday.
Mrs.S. A. Sidon and Mrs. Delia Wallace,
of Villa Kidrre, Ilk, were among tin; j-ncsts
at the Planters house yesterday.
Mr. John D ivis, the carpenter, who lives
on the corner of Twenty-fourth and Cedar
Mrrcls, is sicK with rheumatism.
Mr. ;(. l)ouherty, of Joncslioro, Ills,
a former newspupar man. was in the city
yesterday and culled at the Kulletin ollien.
Miss Nannie (Jlmsted, ilangliter of .Iinljrn
Olmsted, li ft yesterday f.ir Olm.-ted, Ills.,
on a visit to her irrandfuther and family.
.Didgi. J. A. M. Gil.hs, of Thel.es pre
cinct, and r-licriff Allen of Johnson county,
were in Ihe city yesterday and called
Mr. Leandi-r Axley, fur some time past
employed in the wholesale grocery house of
Stratt-.n A: Kird, is now with Mr.J.T. Ken
nie, doinir office work.
Messrs. M. F. Flinn and K. E. Thomp.
son. of St. Louis, Mo., and K. P. Harvell,
of Chicago. Ills., were among the guests at
the Hotel de Winter yesterday.
Mr. E. J. Avers, of Villa Ridge, Illinois,
hruther or Mr. S. I). Aycrs and l.iother-in-law
of Mr. H. Leighton, of this city, was
here yesterday, calling upon friends and
Paukn is who allnw their children to
grow up wiih scrofulous humors bursting
from every pore are guilty of a urciit
wrong. Think of them pointed out us
branded with a loathsome disease, and you
will readily procure them the C'utieuia
Taylor and Parsons to Mildred E. liar
rell; deed dated October 10th, 187:J for lots
nineteen, block scventy-three in city of
Cairo. Consideration two hundred dol
lars. Samuel Jackson and wife to George J.
Hi'iirrons; warrantee deed, dated February
22d, lssl, for lot twenty-four, block seven-ty-thn-e
in city of Cairo. Consideration
two hundred dollars.
J. N. A. Griswald and wife, to Uridget
Devine, special warrantee deed, dated Feb
ruary 1th, issl, for lot seventeen, block six
in city of Cairo. Consideration, fifteen bun
so.niiic oshokn's cocitr.
The notorious orator, I). H. Applegate,
a Caucasian, was brought before his honor
charged with disonterly conduct and
though he plead guilty, he defended him
sell willi all the power that a rapid tongue
could wield, he was then fined live dollars
mid costs -total ten and thirty-five otie
Mary Long, also a Caucasian, was also
guilty or disorderly conduct, in that she
resisted and abused officer Witus, because
he wanted her to testify in another case.
He arrested her then and took her before
the sipiire upon the charges mentioned and
she was fined live dollars and costs.
Peler Easly came next, charged with as
sault and battery; but Peter got off Kasly
be was not proven guilty and hence was
Chailes Holl'muii was 1). I), (dead drunk)
yesterday, mid was brought beloro Squire
Comings for inspection and treatment. The
Squire prescribed; demanded what the or
dinance culled for in such cases; but it
turned out that Charles was I). II. (dead
broke) also, and hence he was sent to jail
for a number of days.
Tun Nutional Sewing Machine (Vs.,
Supt. Mr. Frank Hean, IJoston, Mass.,
writes: My wife used St. Jacobs Oil for
severe pains in her back and was immedi
ately cured. I was cured of rheumatism
by it. Can most In'irhlr recommend it
those likewise afflicted I intend to our-
chase inoru this day as I would not be
There arc few voices in the world, but
There are few "If any" medicines in tho
wot Id that Hro butter for
nilintisness, Indigestion or Sick Head
ache than Spring Illossom.
Prices: 1., fin cents, and trial bottles
Oncn he sanr of aumiiKtr,
, Nothing hut tho lummer;
Now ha aingsof winter,
Ol winter lileak and drear:
Jtml hecuuan there'! fallen
A anow. flake on hia foi'uhead,
He niiiat go and fancy
'TU winlcr all the year!
r. ii. Ahtiich.
If you want to make your aour kr.int
Und mn If lam taslo aoai hwert,
VllHt put ll.m In a grciu lug Imi'l
('ml stamp him nut your Icci.
l ive ol (riii-i i men remind tia
They c m iniiku luco-.Lai, h half limn.
And w ii Ii lunar h li'.l ly Llind in,
I'm In. g xn ud in :. ' I t he tun p.
A Nevada crit'i, speaking of a harp
ist, said, ' Yu never before knew thetu
was so niueh ni;is'n: in n griiliron.''
Foreign ititi'lligeiiee thai displayed
by lli'idoet just over. Ihiiiiest'u: dis
pitleh -.lohiiiiy with Urn hot buckwheat .
Man is a eiii iniis creature. He finds
himself tillable In live herewith one, wile,
and theu goes In I 'lah and lives with
ball a dozen.
A medical writer r,.,ks: "Docs pnsj.
tion affect sleep?" Weil, rather; if
you're hung up by your trowsers on a
spiked fence, you won't sleep very
Greedy grocer (to farmer's wife, who
is supplying him with butter): "This
pun' o' butter is ower licht, gudewife."
(iudewife: "Hlaino yersel,' then; I
weighed it wi' the iun' o' sngnr I gat
fiae ye yestreen."
An Alton, N. IL, man has recently
moved for the eighty-seventh time. He
is believed to have a moro correct ap
preciation of Hades than any other man
living, and certainly knows more swear
words than anybody else. - H'llon
Il is worth a month's salary to per
suade a boy that he needs an overcoat.
The little rascal will run his hands into
lii panialoiiiis pockets to the elbows,
and chatter his teeth, and deliberately
tell vml that he's "j-j-just as wa-a-rm."
. ' l" Ilirr,t (I'tjiiil.) Hfiisrr.
"Men .should not allow their wives to
split wood," says a contemporary.
This is rather inenusiderate. How can
a man refuse w hen his wife eomes up
with tears in her eves and says, "Now
do, dear, let me go down cellar and
split wood for an hour to get up an ap
petite." I'n'oinpi'oini.sing: The Doctor's
daughter - declare, you'ro a dread
ful fanatic. Mrs. Me('i,.om. I do be
lievo you think nobody will bn saved
but you and your minister'." Old Lady
"Aweel, my dear, ah whilst hae ma
doobts about the meenister!" LdiuIoh
A South End teacher, in her holiday
vacation speech to her pupils bust Fri
day, trusted they would come back
resolving that their behavior should bo
unexceptionable, and that they would
give up all bad habits, when nlittlegirl
in the hack of the room jumped up and
said "The same to you, ma'am."
"My wife lost her pocket book with
fifteen dollars in it. to-day," said a. sad
looking man. "When; going down
town or coming home;1" asked some
body. "When? Didn't. I tell you she
had some money in il?" demanded thn
sad-looking man, and everybody knew
when she, lost it. Ilottuii Traimrn'pt.
"Tho latest caprice is to have one's
bedroom upholstery to match linn
dresses, ami china to match the bed
room." This seems to be the right
i lea. The contrary is lepuganl t an
(esthetic nature. When a sensitive
man sees a neighbor w earing one red
and one white sock he feels a morbid
impulse to break his neck.
It must be rnth'T living to bn mar
ried to an einotioiial ai iress, to have
her clutching you by thn throat at ;t
a. ni., and shouting in a hoarse stage
whisper, "Slave, diilM lock the kitchen
door; the key. where is't, quick; I'll
strangle Ihee; did -I lay the milk pitch
er on the outer batllemeut.s; aye, mo
good lord, I'm mad." Xcitf l'oilc
Vouuiict'aal Aileri liner.
The Figaro gives some amusing anec
dotes about the historyof "Kose Michel,"
a play so well known to American read
ers that the following translation can
not fail to interest, them:
Tho role of Pierre Michel was creat
ed by Charly. He was terrible in it.
That poor man hud several great, suc
cesses during his career. Pierre Michel
was one of iheni. Naturally enough
when M. Chabrillat resurrected the
play at the Ainbigu, ho thoiight nt unco
if making Charly take his famous role
ngain. Put whore was he? Charhlid
not lead the most regular of lives. The
director sought for him in vain.
One day Gil-Nuza canio tothetheatro
to secure two seals.
"Ah! you arc the very man I want to
site!" cried Chabrillat. "You must
know w here ( 'harly is, for you were one
of his friends."
"I should rather sav so! I have just
"At the cemelcry I have just buried
In order to replace him M. Chabrillat
engaged a rather obscure actor whom
he had remarked in poor Pertrand's
troupo while playing at tho Theatre des
Nations -M. Mortimer.
Put at tho rehearsal thn stage man
ager was in despair. Mortimer looked
altogether too honest.
"It is no use trying," ho said to him.
"You might fix up forever, and blacken
your eyebrows in vain; you will never
lie ablo to look like a real cut-throat."
Then they t ried to educate him. They
took him to the criminal courts, to tho
prisons, to all the worst resorts in Par
is; they organized pleasure parties for
his special benefit in the Carriores
d'Amerique; they gave him wicked ad
vice; they introduced him to wicked
people; they introduced him to Felix
I'yat before the latter left for Brussels;
and tho only result was to disgust him
to such a point that ho now looks much
more honest than before
SERIES NO. 210
A Remarkable Mountain of "Magnetio or
Salt Luke City Tribune.
Some time ago the Tribune had occa
sion to call attention to thn Ada mine,
on Snake ( 'reck, in this Territory. It,
will be remembered that, mention was
made of a nl range kind of rock found
in the tunnel of that mine that emitted
a bright glow, us phosphorus does,
when rubbed or hammered on with
hummer or pick. This was at tho timo
classified, for want of a better name, a.s
phosphiiretie rock. The miners in tho
district called it "hell's lire rock," and
the tunnel is known in that neighbor
hood as "hell's hole.'' U. N. Buskin,
owner of Ihe mine, recently forwarded
some srnnples of this strange rock to
the professors of chemistry al Yaln Col
lege. On careful analysis it was found
to contain no phosphorous, as at first
surmised. The gangue was easily de
termined; but. Ihe subtle power that
gave light, to the rock baflled the aages
of New Haven, and I be broad term
magnetic or electric rock was given to
it. This is something new in mining.
Miners sometimes get virm-k by light
ning, but, this is the first well aulhenti
cated imtancp mi record w here a miner
has struck lightning. Again, in this
progressive age, wiien gas and coal oil
begin to take a hack seal, this discovery
of a mountain of ready-made electric
iiy may become a . source of incalculable
value to its owners. Our local tele
graph cilices need only run a wire from
theAdi tunnel lo their instruments tu
obtain a permanent supply of electric
ily. Thf trouble titid expense of repien
isldng lialierios, replacing broken jars,
etc., would be enluclv dispensed with,
and "hell's hob'" home-made lightning
kept on hand five of charge. Thn bene
fits to he derived from lliis discovery
can be well imagined, but it is not nec
essary at this time to point out all of
I hem, as a more complete description
of the property and variotis uses to
which its strange power can be applied
w ill he given al some future lime, upon
Ihe organi'ai ion ol" Ihe Hell's IIolu
Heady Made Lightning Company.
Longfellow's Hind uc.-.s to Children.
Concord M . -, i i , 1 1 .
Prof. Lnigi iMniiii relates a pleasant
story of Henry W. Longfellow. For
many years ihis geiiilenian has been in
the habit of dining willi Ihe poet every
Saturday. On Christmas Day, as he
was walking briskly towards the old
historic house, he, w as accosted by a
girl abou' 1.' years old, who inquired
the way to Longfellow's home. Ho told
her it was some distance down the
si i eel, bill if she would w alk along with
him h would show her. When they
reached the gate, she said: "Do you
think I can go in the uinl?" "Oh,
yes," said Ngnor Monti. "Do you see
the room on ihe left? That is where
Martha Wa-hinglon held her receptions
loo years ago. If oii look at Ihe win
dows on the right; you will probably
see a white-haired gentleman reading a
paper. Well, that will be Mr. Longfel
low." Sho looked gralifjed and happy
at (lie iinexpecled pleasure of really see
ing the man whose poems she said sho
loved. As Signnr Monti drew near tho
house, he saw Mr. Longfellow standing
with his back against the window-, his
head, of course, out of sight. When
he went in. the kind hearted Italian said,
"Do look out of Ihe window and bow
to that little girl, who wants to see you
very much!' "A little girl wants" to
see me ver inch - -where is she?" He
hastened to the door, and, beckoning
wit h his hand, called mil : ( 'ornu here,
little girl, ciniic here, if oii waul to see
no second invitation.
and asking her nam,', he kindly took
her into tin- house, showed her the "old
clock on the st. liis," the chiiir made
from the village smithy's chestnut tree,
presented to him by the Caiu'iiridgo
children, and the licicii ifnl pictures and
souvenirs gal heivd in many ears of for
eign residence. 1 am smv' Ui.it child
will carry all he:- Ii:.. d, li-hll'nl inenul
ricsoi' her Chrisi m.is call at Mr. Long
fellow's. .i- m
A writer who has devoted some atten
tion to the decorators and artisans of
Japan says that tho worker in metals is,
without exception. Ihe most artistic; but
that all Japanese workman and artists
discard utterly the h:ipp-go-luckv
method in their work. They undergo
a thorough training in ancient, cnsiom
and precedent. Hand honks with elab
orate instructions and progressive les
sons aro cheap and acces.ihln to tho
poorest, for circulat ing libraries abound.
From first strokes lo the finished draw
ing, and for each chu.s or style of de
nign, there are inaiiy elaborately illumi
nated works of reference.
Ilenry Clay's Peg.
Mr. Clay had a line Newfoundland
dog that was, prcscnied by an admiring;
friend who lived in Nova Scotia. The
dog was very intelligent, and tho "Sage
of Ashland" trained him with his own
hand to perforin a number of wonder
ful tricks, one of which is as follows:
In one of the pastures in which Mr.
Clay allowed his finest slock to run was
a liiie well, willi a large trough attach
ed, by means of widt h ihe rattle were
supplied with water. The water was
drawn from ihe well by the bucket-and-spimlle
system, bin, il required a great
leal of m annul labor to keep it in opera
tion. To avoid this Mr Clay construct
ed a small treadmill, attached il. to the
spindlo ol the well w ii h an iron crank,
and then trained the dog to walk thn
treadmill. In this manner the trough
was kept, couslantly filled with water
and the clever dog became so accustom
ed to the performance that, without the
necessity of being bid. he made it his
duty to watch the well couslanlly and
see that the trough always had in it a
sufficient upplv of water to keep tho
coppers of the blooded slock cool. Mr.
Clay loved Om dog. and was fond of ,
watching; him go through the perform
ance. Ha would always have tho per
formance exhibited to his visitors, and
when the good old canine finally pave
up the ghost he had him respectably
buried, and erected at the head of hit
grave an elegant marble slab.