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THE j)AILV CAIRO MULLKTIN: FIUDAY MORNING, APItIL 15, 1881.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Only Morning: Daily in Southern Uliuom
During the last ten years the royal
lottery lias yieldifd llio Italian govern
ment $124,000,000 from 1.780.183.772
The school honnl of Springfield, O.,
lias prohibited tlio nu of the pkippinjr
ropo by th girl pupils, on thw ground
that it is Injurious to their health.
A sudden inr-roiwc in country drug
stores is reported from portions of
Georgia, whore a new law abolishes
bar-rooms and permits druggists and
physicians to sell liquor for medicinal
An Erie railrond engineer always
catches his dinner as he passes his resi
dence in Wellsburg, his wifo handing
it to him as the train goes by, and she
has missed but owe in the past eight
Chinamen who fish in California
waters do not return llio young lish
takon in large numbers in their nets,
but leave them on land to die. In this
way many of tho shad planted from the
east are being destroyed. Lubbers
share tho Bruno fate.
Tho Italian minister of public in
struction lately appointed an ex-priest
professor in the university at Pavia. In
its first lecture tho professor told his
rtupils that 'belief in God and a future
ife, was a myth." 'Though petitioned to
revoke his ciuuniission, the minister re
fuses to do so.
Mario, tho late Empress of Russia,
had a fancy for collecting prayer-books,
and had a groat many of them at her
death. The late Czar distributed them
among the .various regiments at St.
Petersburg to bo preserved in glass
cases in the regimental libraries.
Interesting now discoveries have, JVW- .
fjresays, been made in Pompeii. A
house litis been excavated which was in
course of construction when the terrible
catastrophe occurred, and' which differs
materially from all other Pompoiian
houses in its plan.
At tho second Lai de f Opera in Paris,
some young men in a box invented a
new amusement. They brought with
them a life-sized doll in gold-beaters'
skin. Whilo the music played they
mado the doll dance on the front of the
box; when tho music ceased they laid
the doll down carefully and lavished
tho most delicate attention upon it.
A genuino Amati violin, made for
Louis XIV., is now owued by tho fam
ily of Lipinsky. in Pesth. The sides
are ornamented with Intra fe hs and
tho royal arms are painted in oil on the
back. The instrument remained until
1781) in the Garde Meuble, Paris, since
which, after many changes, it foil into
tho hands of tho present owners.
A New Hampshire farmer recently
agreed to sell his farm for ?2,000, but
when tho day enme he told the expect
ant purchaser that his w ife was in hys
terics about tho trade, and he "guessed
he'd havo to back out." The purchas
er complained, and finally asked how
much more would indued him to sell.
Well," replied the. thrifty son of the
Granite State, "give me J')0 more, and
we'll let her cry."
One of the crew of a lishing vessel,
who had thrown a coffee mug in the
faco of a shipmate on tho high seas,
fi leaded guilty before Judge Nelson, of
Joston, subject to tho opinion of the
court whether the facts in the case,
which wero agreed to. constituted a
crime under tho laws of the United
States. The judge decided that they
did not in other words. Hint a coffee
mug is not a dangerous weapon.
Tho Scotch are proverbially a thrifty
race. A short time ago the traveler of
a well-known wholesale house in Lon
don called on a Glasgow trader for tho
usual annual account. With much
apology this gentleman professed his
inability to pay, but offered a bill at
three mouths in place of the ready cash.
After some demur this whs accepted,
and tho necessary document drawn up
and settled. Said the debtor: "Noo,
my laddie, that's finished. I'll discount
it for ye if ye wel l." And the bill was
Serious losses have been discovered
in the Pitt! ami I'flizii galleries of Flor
ence. Valuable tapestries and paint
ings were missing, and Prof. Pigorini
was appointed to mako a thorough in
vestigation on the spot. He catalogued
every article, and compared his list
with ancient ones existing, and the re
Hiilt was that one evening ho pfiotly
biiid, as he was walking with the con
ductor: "Will you do me a great favor,
fciir. ?" "Yes. certainly. What is
it?" "Only to resign your position to
morrow." The late Lord William Lennox is said
to have been tho htst survivor of those
who witnessed tho exciting scene at the
Duchess of Richmond's ball at Brussels.
Lord William's fuihor, then Duke of
Richmond, was akod by Wellington
for a map, and took him into an outer
room to show him one. There the great
captain, after studying it some mo
ments, made a sudden mark with his
thumb-nail, saying: "I shall fight him
there!" Tim map, with (he mark, has
of courso, been reverently preserved.
The Empress Eugeuio hasjiad in all
her life no more devoted friend than the
Prosper Moriniee. Ho loved hot' in her
babyhood. A friend of Ins one day met
him in tho Hue do la Paix, leading bv
the hand a girl about three years old,
with a beautiful complexion and charm
ing blue eyes, and asked him where he
was going with his littlo charge. "I
am taking tho daughter of ono of my
friends to the pastry cook," replied
Merimee, "to buy her some cakes."
t he fair, Muc-eyed child was tho littlo
Eugenie tie Tcba, the daughter of tho
Countess do Montijo.
Tobacco in Italy Is a monopoly of tho
government, which lnrgMy buys Ken
tucky, Virginia and Ohio brands. Ken
tucky leaf makes 1 11 the "Cavour (si
gars,1' 01' throe-fourths of all the elgars
mniokcd In tho peninsula; Virginia leaf
is manufactured into tho "straw cigars"
of Milan, and Ohio leaf turns out the
"Havana cigars," somewhat after our
own plan of Havana tillers and Con
necticut wrappers. There are in the
kingdom eight principal manufactories,
which turn out about 6.000.000 cigars
dally. There Is very little cigarette or
pipe smoking; from the king to the hi,
y.arono the whole nation smokes tho
favours." They cost only a cent.
Mabel and Henri.
She was alone iu the world. Her
various relatives had gradually passed
away, and, by a strange coiuoidonoe,
lust as the last ono passed, sho found
herself alone. Alone, did we say P Yet.
not utterly, for her dear piano was left
her, and seating herself Wore it, she
softly played the one sweet air, the only
one that she played completely.
It was truo that it was rumored that
the mortality among her relatives was
attributed to too often listening to this
strain of the lovoly inurmni, but never
theless it brought back to her tender
memories of childhood and she played
it to herself dreamingly, "Tho Maiden's
"Mabel, play me that strain again."
It was a young man who spoke, and
ho leaned over thei piano ana watched
her delicate fingers meander over the
bass notes iu the romantic cross-hand
"Ah, Henri," responded Mabel, "I
could play it to you forever."
A slight shudder crossed tho marble
brow of tho young man as be responded:
"It seems to mo to be a tone-picture of
unqualled beauty. Observe the flights
of the right hand into the highest notes;
even so might a pure prayer rise into
the heights of the blue empyrean."
"But see, Henri," said the maid,
"now the melody is hid beneath the
deep notes of the buss,"
"And, even so, the highest thoughts
must fall again to earth and seek the
practical. Mabel, wo arc poor. I am
an inventor, and yet hope to perfect my
delicious steam calliope, which will
bring mo fame and fortune. Till then
adieu! Accept thisn.su last memento
of one who loves you fondly."
He has gone. She tearfully opened
tho package. It cunt lined a small musi
cal box which iilaycd two tunes, "Then
You'll Remember Mo" and "The Sweet
By-and-By" sad reminders of his affec
tion and hopes.
Five years hud passed. Mabel Jung
leure was no longer young, but she was
interesting ami full of witching grace.
She had boldly faced fortune and had
turned music teacher. Many, many
pupils had come to her, and she bad
taught them all "La I'riere d'uuo
Vierge." She was no longer poor, but
her heart was poverty stricken indeed.
At night sho would sit in her solitary
abode and play the well rcincmboreil
moreen u (she had it by heart now,) and
would grind out the two airs from her
beloved musical box. She sat one
evening slowly grinding. Her thoughts
wore far away, as sho turned the crank:
"Then you'll roineni - "
And they. wire iu each other's arms.
"1 have come to claim you, my own,"
said he, "I am able to marry now."'
"Oh, Henri," sobbed Mabel, as her
arms timidly encircled his neck and her
lingers played "The Maiden's Prayer"'
on his back, "has the calliope succeed
ed?" "No. my darling," was the response,
"I have iiiu'iitod a nieihod which will
teach anybody to play tho. piano thor
oughly in half an hour, and I am rich."
They are wedded now, and their life
since then has been one round of bliss,
only made more perfect by the sweet.
sounds of the tune which had hallowed
the days of their younger love.
A Vermont Fox Story,
When they tell a siory iu Vermont
they never leave anything to be added.
The Loudon ('m'uiti responsible for
the following: A man has for several
years been in the pursuit of a cunning
fox, bid every allempt to catch him has
been defeated. A few weeks ago he
put a beefs head on the hill and sot a
trap in a convenient place for the fox to
fall into it. The next time he went to
it he found fresh f ix tracks, and put his
bound to work. The chase w. lively,
but the fox was too much for the dog,
and on two oj three different occasions
be actually sat down, fact; toward tho
dog, and waited for him. In this way
ho coaxed the dog over a good deal of
territory, and finally, coming to the bill
where the trap was set, the fox made a
straight line for tho trap, jumped over
it. and the old dog, pursuing the same
lino, put bis foot in the trap and stopped
right there, leaving the fox to pursue
the rest of tho journey alone.
A Ear-Seoin?. Calculating Old Skinflint.
Situ Ft unt Isi'ii Alls.
"Talk about oiir mean men," said
old Pioneer Skinder.-on, at Phil Mcfiov
ern's saloon the other night; "tin. very
tightest, closest, far-seeing, calculat
ing old skinflint I over seed, was old
Klaniskatter, the mine superintendent,
vho died up at Gold Hill tin; other
"Was, eh?" encouragingly ri'iiinki'd
a customer who was feeding Phil's bull
dog with petrified sandwiches from the
iiincn in me.
"Yes sir-ee; ho was jti-l pi.cn. ho
was; closer than the bark to a tree.
When he was running tho Hornet mino
up at Virginia, he ir-od to skulk around
the levels disguised as a mule lender,
just to pipe off the men who didn't keep
hard at it, so as to dock 'em the next
"Why, the dern cuss!"
"But wait. He actually encouraged
a drill-runner to tell a long story one
day whilo they were waiting for soma
machinery to be repaired, and after
ward docked the man half a day, and
all the follows that heard it four bits
apiece for stopping to laugh. Ho
charged ono man ten cents for a single
"That's nut hin'. Sim Briggs, who
was up on the lodo when the miser
died, said (lint, about, nn hone befm-u
Klaniskatter passed in bis cfieeloi lie
sent for tho doctor, and says ho: 'Doc,
givoustho straight business. Is there
any show for meP'
'iury snow," says the doctor;
'you'll strike bedrock aforo night.1
" 'Then," says old Klaniskatter, 'I
want Komo of you fellows to carry me
up to Mount Davidson right oil'. If I
can light out from there it, will save my
soul a clear mile of transportation.' "
"And did l hey do It?" asked a man
who i Imd walked over by the stove.
. "Wall, no," replied the narrator,
simply. "Thn boys took him over, put'
'tin on the cage, and let him down to
llio lowest level f (, nMMt Instead.
1 hey said that they guessed he hud
made a little mistake about thn dircc
ion somehow. To the best of their
judgment, his soul was going th0 other
A Column of Hot Water One Hundrod
Moi'th Montana Hlver Prrn.
Ono of the most singular natural phe
nomena in this section of Montana is
the formation of two geysers In the strip
of country known as the "Sag," about
a mile and a half from Mr. Patterson's
ranch on the Shonkiu. It was first seen
about a mouth ago, but not until lately
lias it assumed proportions which con
stitute its wonderful formation, It is
situated in a small canyon running out
from tho wall of rocks on tho oast side
of Alkali lake. Two geysers havo up
pearod, ono of them being of monster
proportions, throwing up a column of
hot water and steam over one hundred
feet high, the other spouting about fifty
feet, but with a larger proportion of
water, diameter, about four inches.
They are intermitted in character and
nro active during tho morning hours,
about eight or uine o'clock. Tho for
nialiou of the country is a sandstone
and gneiss and has all tho appearance
of being an ancient river bed. What
has produced this curious phenomenon
it is, of course, only useless to specu
late, as there is no evidence of ancient
volcanic activity and no hypothesis can
bo formed which will account for it.
The hair of a St. Louis merchant who
took a vow not to cut it until lie ac
cumulated fc.ymo, already hangs below
hN coat collar.
Something about Bricks.
Iu the antiquity of tho brick as a
building material it is needless, nor is
it indeed our intention, to insist. The
great national collections of Europe,
the British Museum foremost in tho
number, show us bricks, sun-dried and
baked, from tho ruins at Nineveh, and
from the days of that city to the present
moment bricks have never ceased to bo
an important instrument in the hands
of the builder. That throughout Asia
Minor they wore largely employed we
have seen, only very recently, proved
in these columns, M. Bayet, in his work
on Miletus, having shown that the far
famed palace of Cru'su.s was built of no
more costly materials than honest bricks.
What those bricks were, and their
quality, are even to this day apprecia
ted by the natives, who for many 'ou
tlines have plundered the ruins to build
or to patch up their own even moro
ruinous houses. The use of bricks
among the Romans, who largely em
ployed thein as building materials, as
wo seo in the familiar instance of the
Temple of Concord, has been moro than
once tho subject of tho inquiry of in
dustrious antiquaries, for tho Romans
wero not content with producing tho
flat, tile-like brick which is so often to
be met with in the lower portions of an
tique structure scattered over the em
pire, and that are known in Eugland,
but their bricks wero indelibly stamped
w ith the mark of their maker, the names
of the reigning consuls, and sometimes
tho year. From this source, then, more
than ono patient arolucologist has
gathered a rich storo of information.
But few inquiries have ventured far on
the apparently arid and diflicult road,
which has hence remniued littlo ex
plored. from llir iiilkr,
!QS"Vbcn we are asked to recommend
something to nourish and stiengthen
the blond we ulwnvs hhv tuke Malt Bit
ters." "Best blood purifier we know of."
"Rapidly displacing all other bitters."
'Pur weakness, nervousness and the of
cts of dissipation nothing like "Malt Hit
lers." te"Wonnn and children takcthcni freely."
.I.uon Lokckman, 271 Clinton street,
Buffalo, N. V., say s has been iimult Dr.
Thomas' Electric Oil fur Rheumatism ; lie
hud such a lame back he could not do any
thing, but one bottle bus, to use his own
expression, "cured him up." He thinks it
the best thing in the market. Paul (.!.
PACTS THAT WE KNOW.
If you are siilfi ring with a scvirc Couli,
Cold, Asthma, Bioncliitis, Consumption,
losS of voice, tickling in the throttt. or any
affection of the throat or lungs, we know
Dit. Kino's Nj.w Discovkhy will give you
immediate relief. We know of hundreds
of cases it has completely cured, and that
where all other medicines had failed. No
other remedy can t-how one-half us many
permanent cures. Now to give you satis
factory proof that Du. Kino's Nkw Discov
khy will cure you of Asthma, Bronchitis,
Hay Fever, U'li.-uiiiptiiin, severe Coughs
and Cold", Hoarsness, or any Throat (
Lung disease, if yon will ctdl nt (Seo. E.
O'llara's drug More.Cniro Ills., you can get
u trial bottle free of cost, or a regular size
lio'JIe foufl .0(1 ('2)
Dr. Kline's (Sreat Nerve Restorer is the
maivel of the sge for nil Neive Diseases,
All fits stopped free. Send to 'Ml Arch
street, Philadelphia, I'i nn.
i rrv CuKu'c Omi r. i
I aiiih. It i... .YtHirli li.th, I KM i
PnliHc nolii u I liun tiy jjlvi'ii tlmt nn I in-xiluy,
lli't I'.Hli duy nf April, A I' Issi.a khhthI elec
Hon wl 1 he hcul in Urn oily ol Cairo, Alexander
com ty. Mali) of I Unoi, fur the election .f the.
fn low ini; uiimcil iifltri-r, l. : A Mayor. ( Ilv Clerk,
t'itv TreiiHiircr, City Attorney, Police .Maiil.tmle,
mid omi Alderman from uich of the flvo warda nf
ttinr.liy. l'or Uni million! of mild election polio
will lie opened at tli follr.wtiiu inoiii'd placca, vl,!
In the t'irit Wurd, ut the Alhctii'lini Imlldllit,', on
C(iiiiiiii ii:IbI avrtiue lictv en hix.li mid hi'vetitli
Mlrm ti : in the S. cond an: nt I lie t-n trl n hoiirn
ol lie' Koiil'Ii mill Iti Hi'y lire cnnninnv; In tho
'I'll 1 1 U Wurd. Hi Hie etiiflne lioit of tint Milium nil
lire rruiipmiv; In I lie Fourth Wurd. hi thn court
hoiife; In I hi' Kll'tli Wiiril, nt tin1 Htiiri'hoiinu build
unjof .latiifH t'urroll, on tho northwcHt corner nf
Twci'tv-i'iiilith Hired and ConuiierelMl iivciiiih,
Hillil election Mill he opened lit cilil o'clock In thn
mornli'K nod (nn 1 1 hoc open until seven o'clock Iu
the nlternoon of mine flu v.
fly order of tin; City Council .
f), J. KOI.KY, City I'lurk.
rjWX I'l lK'IIASEIt'S NOTICK.
To Nli loilim Wllllninn, I'unlnl HeM, or tiny oilier
ticrKDii or iiriHi!i. interi'cti d :
You Hre hrrcliy nntllli d tliHt, nt t nlf of real c
talc, In llio coiinir of Alexander at d Mtuo til II I
nelM. Iih (I by tin' county collector ol mid ooiinly, nt
t bu mill li wi'Kliirh ilour of the cnlirl liolimj, ',11 thu
cltvol t iilro, In ioi'iI county mid lOHtcnn the AVh ilnv
ol Julv, A. I. IsVl, AiikuMii WilllnniK purchased
the follow li j( dcHcrilieil renl cKliitn, flttitttcd In I ho
Fourth mlilltioii to thuclty ofCmro. county of Alex
ander iirnt niile of I lnoli, tor thn ttmi duo and
iinpnld llntri'iiii for Ihi'.vc r A II 1 H'iTi, r TU, i HT7 hikI
lS'.K, tntielherwl h iii'iinltli'M nml could! until rcnl
exliitc bid tiU lux nil In I he tmmii of Nlcholni), IVIIIIiiniH,
to-wl'i Lot numbered thlrlv fnur t.'IO thlrtv tivo
(:r.i. in Mo. k Hum In red twenty oio'i. In thn Fourth
iidillilnu to the et ofCiilio, county nf Alexander
nml Kliile of lll, Tim tune iillnMcci bv Iniv for thn
redemption nr unld rcnl imliitu will ekiilrs oil llio
UMhduy of .Itilv, A. I), issi,
', A WILLIAMS, l'urchnccr.
Cairo. 111,. April I'i. A. I). IHSI.
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soroness of tho Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
Conoral Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet
and Ears, and all other Pains
No Prcrnrr.'.lfin on earth equal Pt. Jacoiii Oti. m
a in f'i; surf, tlmilr nnd rlirup Xxunml kcniedy.
A trial enulla but the comparatively trilling outlay
ol !(( lentil, iiinl every one mtlerniK witn mm
can navp cneap Htm positive prool 01 us ennuis,
Direction lo Eleven I.mi(rtmRc.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS IN
A.VOCEXJER & CO.,
Laltimorr, Sid., V. B. A
ST.JACOIW OIL, sold by UAKCLAY
NfcW ADVtiltTISEMliN I S.
X VAiTiftJ DaiiI.Io I!im lwt.
P' 'f 1"'i,'' itli Two
placed one Upon III
vj"i!e. L'hlii;:ii dnuli
hou nf llniiea
lh' oth.-r. on i nch
nl.l.. Mir ik.iIi it. ul
fS.'iactieity. nliil will poaltiwiy not
lireuk down on the Hides.
ei.t by mini ou n- i'ipt of $1 '1
FIEI.lt. I 1. 1 I KK A CO.. Chtcauo, III.
Sl'LK.V L!i( liHiii'for (ieiirrnl Store Ill'slMS.
Other int- mtf reqiiirlnc my attention. I offer at
a Karuain a mtill flock ol llnrilwB-i", Ac, with a
larL'e two -torv "tore. luiti-e, with p'eH.niit dwell-
Ini; nliov; aim. in 1 1 room dwellir ou adjoining
block, witii clohctf anil porche; also, wood. Ice,
amoke, cellar, awl other out hniise; on aninlc
viroiindK. well net iili fruit", and nil In A I order.
Could take -oui" WcKterti laud In the trade; or, if
nri-fcre'l, will rent for a term, ntiMeet to cnle, ylv
UiU rcutei the ref''il. For particular' adilrc ui.
dcrHiin-dat New llurlin, 1.1.
.1. D. I1ATTV.
Bauer Mf'g Co.
6T. I3TJIO, MO.
BurluioUl ud Vertical Ca
Mliia, Cwifc'a Irafmloft
nrnM, MUX Ul) Hum, Wtf '
nml of Barlf Ambaraad
Xarl Orarjgs iuiu Cut.
wftmoWd lrh and tmr. w
plui vu .i.. iif null, li lrcr qutauuM. bj fMibi or
Ulinu, r. ptrlb. H .(, Ollr drlblm VtrlMlM,
8..II, Plutibf, CaltiTaUtia, Mutiurtj mii tUualMWta,
TM, by BUL
Al IIOI.IC M N i,funni
ine.K d!Mnoi!inii Mini
cliort (lift iioi-f in aertlcu in which he re-ii'.-M
Mil-Kill' l.ul,i.M Vll... ....... I
APPI.V. Willi rcleretice", to ikIUEu into II-
L-l-w -it, I. ...... I ... '
r.i..-, ill in iihiih .1 , llllli.
Xt ill no" Af (ii i '-"i Teii-i'raphv! Kam t(i
""'.- -'" II t J.i in, ,i,th. (i.adiliitef
ioir,iinei-u j'liyini' oi:,ce. .Mnirca talelitim
l'.r".,Jal.eile, ' i h .
"'7 7 7 A Y K A It and cxpcim... t
3 I I- I "-'"''i "U'lit fr.c A't(ln-. I'
O. VICKLHV. A'lcurtn. Malrc
Ji') yar lo aL'eiil", and expcnea. y, Outfit
Ir c Adilr.-K F. Mvain .V: Co., Aii.'U"tn,. NI
SI OVr.S ANI TINWA1IB.
ALL SORTS, SIZKS AND STYLKS,
Mimiifiu'turor of and I)onk-r in
TIN, LOI'l'KH i HIIKKT-IKON WAKE
ALL kINliS OK JOII WOIIK HONK TO OHUEJI.
NO. 27 KIGI1TII BTIIEET,
Cairo, . . Illinois
XKW YOliK STOUK,
WIIOLKSAI.K AND HETAIL.
TIk; Lnicst Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITV,
GOODS SOLD VKltY CLOSE
c. o. path: it Co.,
Cor. Nineteenth utrnet Pilli'A III
Couinierclnl Avi.'iiuuJ V.U11U) iJIt
II) order or the circuit court of Cook county. I III
tiolK. I. the lliidnridiilii-il. rundver of t ho Hufely
llepoait I, If. liiKurance Co., of Chirnun, hereby
oiler for "iiln to Ihe hlL'lieat bidder for Cil-h, the
followlnu deierlbed piopei'ly, tvwlt: Lot eleven
(II), III block I'lilirleetid li, and lot -evelileen (IVi, In
lilock three till, III lliu city of Cairn, Alexander
I have been olb ri'il for aabl lot eleven, atiblnct to
tho taxc" thereon the ainn of one l lioo-nixl (lolbira
cah. unit lor anld lot Heventcen, aubei t to the tux en
thereon, thn film of i veil hiinilri'd iiinl lllly dolliiia
caah. iiinl iitileen within Iniirlecn d.iva from the
Mlb dav of April. 1H, I -hall receive a hluhnr hltl
lor either or both ol 'mini Iota, r-nld Iota will he anld
upon the bid o made lor them rerpiietiveir, Ver
aona dealrltiK lo bid for mid loin or either of tlii'tn,
mnjrorltlreaa the receiver at lib) otllcii. 4K. Houtb
Clark M.,Chlcai(0, CIIAHl.RM C. llOLl'ON.
It ci'lver iillhuftafuly licpui.li l.lfu lnaiiriiiicoCo.
GET THE BEST !
LEAD ALL OTHERS!
Every Style & Price.
mpravome'jis anl Con?enioneeB foonl Sn
Tor Sale in Every City and Town
in the United SUtea.
ami ly A. 11AI.LKY. Cairo. 111.
.NO I K KAHI.K rOiM S IN THE 21st
VNM'AL STATKMKXTOF TIIK KQlTf
AIII.K 1,1 FK ASSfKASt'K SUCTKTV
SKW Y0HK. .IAN. 1st, llilll.
As.vts, Sl l, !(!!. '-; an incrcH-c o
ninie tliiui 'Jli ice Millimi Hullurs in
Surplus, J:it,:'2".,:".tl; an int Tease n
One a ul Tlin't'-iiiartci' Millions ol" I. I
New Uii.-iiic.-s, S:jr,170,Uii.): an in
crcrtst' of Kiirlit inula liiilf Million Dol
lars in Hiiui.
Atiiniiiit i:iiil to To iry-lioMci's ami
their representatives ilurinir llil,
A lil)er;l stirretMler value in jiaifl-iiji
insuiarin' i-, ,vu ided fur in all oitlina
ry jHilieiis, in eafoflorfi-iturc.
Tontine Sa inirs Kittpl I'olicies nmy
lc toriniiiateil at tb; cIom of certain
defined jn rimls, on terms more advan
tageous than upon any other plan
These jMilirie- prove iiiorc jirofttahlo to
the jM!icy-hn!der than any other form
Actual example run he fiit'iiMied at
the .Society's eiiri, of ;eroiM I t in"; in
sured for ten ears, mid then ujion
teriniii tiiif thi ir Ti ntiue rulicies. it
ceiviii"; cali iu sonic instances e(tial to
the whole of the premiums paid; in
othei'H, neat Iv all.
No technicalities nnr urduoits condi
tions in policy coutrtiets.
l'olicics iiieoiitestiililf after havliitr
heen iu force for three years. All Kticli
iiifoiitestiihlc piilieics will lu paitl at
maturity, wiihout relmte, of interest,
iniinediately alter Hie receipt at the
Society's oilier iu New V. rk of satisfac
tory proofs of tlculh. together with n
valid iiimI siiiivfiicturv discharge rein
the iarties in intercut, and without re
quiriii"; any delay, even for sixty or
ninety days, us has heen I lie custom
heretofore, and is still usual with oilier
l'llf 111! NtillllffM (timttili'il In I. S lel'vhu i.iwt f..x
Kor auldlera whine rule of im-u-Ihii In too low ,
no UN tv
Dili' III Aolilii'l h (liHrlniri'..,! f,.i- , I
Injury (mil iIIbcii.iu, wlm Ijbvc PulluO 1 i receive It.
COl'IKS OK Mist DISC HAKGK.H
"i"rr "mill" iiiiii circiuiir
of liiltiriiiutlon iii
Mehil I Jit, i.t'.i.il ul u r..- I.I....I ..... ....i ....
STODDAliT it CO.,
Hollciltira of cliilma. Koom H, St Cloud lltilldliiu,
WAMIIINMiTON, I). (J.
"T 'll I" A YoiirKi'lvea by tniiklriK mori
J IJ' I I ''v win n a fnlibii clititicu la
I 111 B I I Ollcred, therehv alwava
X 11 ti I hei'lilnif t'overtv from your
door. TIkibo who alwaya
Ink.' iifli'iiiilmrn of thu 1110(1
rhnncea for tiniklnx moimy I hut are oll'ered, ttolicrnl-
ijr undone weiiiiny, wntie ihoae wnnuo hoi me
lirovn audi c.hiiiiceii reniiiln In nivnrty. Wu wiinl
nianv nii'ii. ti'.iiiiiiii. Imiia M .i.t i.i.'Ih in tin work fur na
rlKhi In lliclr own loc'itllllea, Thn hualncHa will
liny luoru tbnn ten titnea nrillnarv wnirea. W'41
furnlKliMii cxpi'iiaeiialvti otiilU anil all that yon
need linn. Noiimi M int cniitfea Inlla to mako
ninnnv riioldlv. Von ran diivnln vntir whiilo time
to llio work, or ntily vmir npiiro inomenta, Ktill
Inforinntlon and nil tfint la needed aotil free. Ad
(lruaa tl'I'INrJUN &, CO.. l'ortlnnd, Value,
: .....w... i inK VUlJl lTU WQUll
rea'dvYakenT Al.w uiimZT
i-v -...cj nnur uranra nave lieau
ccured for ha aa.no. iM, per mouth profit
fftiaranfed. Ttitt moat aearchiiiir liiveaiiiition
aollclled. A. S.AUNOL1) COK, oraFlS
Btrcuiand Broadway, Brooklyn, N, V.
THE MILD FO WEB
Humphroya' Homeopathio Specifics
I'lovvil from aiiiiln cxporlenca nn entire
niiee. bliniiie, rrniiiM. I itielent, Mll,j
Itclliilile. Ilnv uru tho ouly niedleiiu.u
uduiituil to popular line.
UlHr I'ltlNCU'AI. .IHH. rCldEH. TRtCE
I. !(, l'niiiri.tloii, InfliimmatloiiK, .jr
t nriii. W in in l-cver Wurm ollc,
II. ( rvlnu l olle, or Tut IIiIhk of Intuuu, i'i
i. Oinrrli'-a of ( hlldrcn or AilulU, . :e
&. Ilvneiilerv, Orlfilng, Killoua (,'ollc. ;&
1. ('(moiIm. Colil. l.roiielililu.
8. 1 linleru Aloruun, oiiiIUiih. . . :a
M. Ki'iirnliila, 'looiliHehe, KiiciiNhe,
llenilHetleH. Hick lleailuelieH. V ..rllir,
i'i. j i'.'i-in. i'iimiur riuiiiMCll,
1 11. Jiiiiirrr or lHtnlul I'l-riudM,
I hi. ( rimi'. CoiikIi. Iinicult lireiiililnir, . :&
! 14. Suit ftlieiiin, Ki-J kIM'Iiih, 1 iiiptlom, .i'i
I'i It lieliillllliin, itlieiiniiiilu I uiiik, .-;.S
!! !'.V.,''r!,,!!(l !",e. hill. ! ever, Aituea, fin
li. I"lle, llllnd or UIi hIIiib, . ... . ,n,
W. 1 1 nlurrh. ueule or chronic: Intliicnwi, ri
i. liiiiiiini( ( iiiiuii, viuii ut i i.nnnH, jin
.'I. Oellerill Uebllll . I'lo. l '('iiklie.it. .flu
..'I. hl'lllev II eiir, .'j,
1 M. eriniM llclillll v Sneirniilnrrheii, J.in
I I rlonrv eakiiea.Weiiiiiith lied.Ni
llUeimn nl llir Heart. I'lltutl.ii,
fr mil" liyilniKKlHta.orM'iit lijf Hie (-me
orniiKl" Vint, free of eharKe. on r. eeliu
price, s. ii'l dir Dr. Iliiinpliret ' H.,,,1, n
lUeaie. Ar mi eunci, vImj llloxruicj
A'Plresi., II ii iii i.O rr v' Hiimeopnihle
.Mid. t o., 10!) J-ulluu Bt., .New Vork.
HUMI'IIHVS IIOWKOl-ATIJIC 5IKDI
CTXKS, hoI.1 l.y BAKCLAY I5U0.S.
Ir. S. 5ilsTj39's Bztcraal PileEcnodv
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
Foil hrrnu'irKcvirjrwlier. Price, ft .on per hot
pr'Kiliviiiiil. Hj'ii..aent.t.) J'hjtir'ai.a
nd ilUnifer. r,liy I'. S'enMaedler A ( o ifoxauli
a rM'rfi''-('r r.nr... I'mrinnn...l i h .k. k.
-l lllf'l"-.. h n !..r It in Uie w.ii II (in. ., I,i.iir,t
ait'l i 14 w uni . Ksf"'"""-- n I "i I'i'ii
t-iUu) oi .iL.u. w u v.'Uj:ii tLii to h i
MOLLEK'S COD LlVKIt OIL, ..,, ,y
tn?ln ff'tnot ffeV'ril!
DR. KLl.Vt BGHEAr
RTi " r" in t KVE KESTQREH
PlIlJ "roM lam A Mutilumnu, (i.Tmun
IVi I ' ur'f"r t'"' ii'l'"VH and .Vtn J full i.
'HtUy $itv, TruiiM. tt.ii j trial tottlelni
r.tiiii.rnu,tiMv n:i'(iir.iu:, S'd nm
V. (i. a' 1 etcrnt a.l,ir. ii .. KI.I.SK,
A rwiTlVU Cf-'KH
f"r??.t H"-lnf- ALtAJC-B WI.tTLK MFDf.
(JuVh 'i bol,il"t' i'KDted Ocioiw,r
No. 1 w'll rare any cm In f .rjr tfa or Ir...
ho. 1 will vif die m.i.1 oltiiit! c.;, no uutlef
f now iirjKtainli(,(.
KunioMoaa o . j of entel-a, ropallia or oil of
JiU'l .iw.iO'l. ttul aro ccronn P. rr..,lnc dymi.
ti i sirnyniir me e.iilnrt of tha t.mcn. ho
arlu.-i-a or n'r;iufei,i uonciioua w oroauc otiicr
Pnre V u. nn o ET AIL liBfOGIaTS, or
Dialled "t r.cr!.( i,f pr.i e.
forty Iht parti a'm iw-nd f..r et"-nlr.
K : !..! 1JTU J C. ALLAN to., Mrfuunetreat,
Wtullvr WO reward Tr aay car ; Uicy will sot
Uukt, aaf and tare cart.
ALLAN'S MKDICA'IKI) LOL'OILS
Sol.! hy UAHCLAY 15IJOS.
fVCT I XT I TCTATTC n
f II 1 luijli A IL'fL timUlujr. luiw f, n.J
pt " it h in t !') nifiti (. l'r'cii. )! n. & 1i!rn nu
wil tat 4itAiri
MEDICAL Cfiffl SENSE AKQ Plill BQKEIJIH
111 Hi W .ii..., a., l rhi m
.1 ai.m.iu, w ih iiiav.Uii.-Mof
!ii '"""Sillily. AdJrMi M r.
itA r 1 1 u, t.1 1.
l.lfia.Hhot(luaa. Kro!vtn.aanLla.d. furuamiuUoft
llreech-LoadleK BhoK.nna, 19to .!. Double Plrnt
(iilia.Mtiiw. SlnnleUuna.litol'.'O. lllle.1l
ltuvolvera. II lo IS. hen I fur free lllu-trHtoil
J unloirue. (.UfcAT W Ebl'lilUi UL'Ji WOUKU,
m 11imT 1 i "
id ...a.--rT.., SfBaJ
tVjSW . MUSmUt N0 WHISIfSS.
aiwaw awawaV H 'aw. a ,rati HuOav la
. m ;" " ' r " - - ' rv i X
i 3aSShir ''w' iS,"l" '" "-" "V."'"
Jntf a.aa. luusiia, w(lii
Fo Vervotn stiH'ereri -The (.rent r iiroiiemi Hep'.
I'IM-I'r..l, H. SI IHliMiill a Sliecllle Medicine.
Hr. .1 It Slnitmnu'i Uncc-lllc HeUlclne la a pnac
live cure tor hllernmt.irrhen tin. tl-....l.....u-
llllli till dl.ctlHe. riKllltlliifrnlll Self .AIhikc. b. N..r.
yoni. Id l.ilitv, lirltnMllty, Muntiil Anxlelv. l.aii(;iior,
l.u.nltide, Deprin-lnii of.Splrlia and film tlnn de
rntiKenienia of the NiTvona Synteni Kencrally l'altia
in nin k or (Mile, i.o.k ot Memory, rreinntnre did
life iiiiii (Mnenaea
Hull lend to ( on
ty ind an curly
ltuvc, nr lioth.
No mutter how
Bhulierud t h e
NyKtcni niu.v lie
from eci.'ca of
liny kind, h ahott
ourao ol Ihli" medicine. 111 realurn tl.u Itixt lime.
Ilotia and lironire health and hiippihcio), vihere he
fore wna (lei'iioiiilency and nl"om Tim Kneclilo
veiiicinu la tieiiiu naeu with wiindcrfnl tnc-
I'linitihlclM actit frcti to all. Write r.ir them and
net full pHrttriilnrM,
Price, Siicclllc, tl .10 ner narknue. or f'Jt Hack-
Hiick lor fi.tm. Will lie aent liy mall on receipt of
money. Addreaa all ordera,
i. it. ninrhuiN'H MEiH'Jr -'!
Nor. 1H4 and ttni Main Ht.. IJiiRtvlo, N, Y.
HKAY'N KPKCIFIO MKD1CINK,
TRA.DI MARK.Th(ln'HtKn((llHli'i(AI)K MARK
r,ix (etnuuv. an nn-
W -TlfnlltliK "'" fl,r
HeinitiHi n eaKiiiwa
N per in Atorrhoea,
Impotuiicy. nnd nil
dlreaaea that fol
low aa a coiiao
iiiniico of aef
T f m t.i .a'"""" a man orAf
BolorO TakinKmemorv. iiiilveianl"'-
inaaiiuiie, pnii"ii iiio nnck. dim-.1 e, ' m"
nima ol viaton, pretnnitiro old aKi'.UU4 uiE.
and ninny ollierdliK'iiaea thtil lead to lnannltyor
coiiKtiinpilon and n jircnininro trriive.
Kull piirtlctiltira In our jiumphlct, which wo da
aire to aiintl Irco hy mull to overv mm. Tin. ......
clrk medicine la aold liy all dniKulNi at 11 tier
tiui'lcnirn. ! fur IN. or tt-tll Iim ...... I... .n1.-
, .... . r. ,,, ,,, mvl nn
receipt of thn tnotiry by addrena tii; THK OKAY
MtCtlK'lN KCO., No. a Mechanlra tilock, Dulmlt
Mich, Hold In Cairo hy lliirclay llrua., Paul O
Hchiili and Ono. K. O'lliirii. ' ' lu