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The Wires of Oongrescmon.
Emma ,f anr s, in a Wjilliiton Itttoi
io tho Albany F.vvMimj Journal, n&yn:
I am ti'iupied to nay smn?thii) hero
tbout wive as iinresurYcd Mariners la
their liukbnutlij' corruMKnai)uco, and
vice veino, bcemisti I often hrnr it din
!URcd here. It has hwn brought homo
. to mo ol Into, by chnnco remarks from
two of tbo liapjtic.Ht wives mul bent bred
women I have ever met, Kach Raid to
hie, on wpnnite occrthton, "My hus
band and I never open each other's let
ter. Wc would not think it courteous."
Oaa addud, "When women insist on this
as a right, you may bo sure it not
love that prompts it; it is suspicion. J
have tried to lx cqtiitublo toward my
husband in nil our murried life, to trust
him with the grave consideration due to
any gentleman, espeeiully to a man
with high public trusts. 1 do not want
to know the secrets of tho men who con
fido in his discretion. There are a
thousand ways of wigging a husband;
this Muong the most fruitful of all; I
-have studied to avoid them." This was
given with modest dignity in answer to
my nsking her the secret of her fresh
and you t mul looks, though the mother
tot grown-up daughters; and tho com
panion secret of her husband's love like
and proverbial devotion to her. l'cr
contra I have known the wives of other
public men here, one especially to
snatch an unread letter from her" hus
band's hand, because it bore his address
in chlrography she conjectured to bo
feminine; and I hare felt mortified for
him in her bclittlement of his manhood,
and needless betrayal of the skeleton at
his domestic feast. AH of which goes
to show that 'thero are women and wo
men," as the French proverb has it.
Now and then a woman looms up above
tho indiscriminate mass, with such a
genius for politics, such reticence of the
secrets confided to her husband, and
Biich consummate tact in managing
men, that the husband looks towaru her
as his most valued counsellor, and
courts and prizes her Portia-lilto judg
ment. Such an one, as you kncAv, is
Mrs. Logan, wife of the Illinois Senator,
Who combines great delicacy towards
his affairs with the most thorough knowl
edge of them. 1 will recall for you, in
another Senator's own words, what the
' hitter told me at a recent dinner party
as illustrating Mrs. Logan's graceful
tact 'When wc boarded together, I
used to bo often in Logan's parlor, and
it was a study to me to see his wife's in
fluence over him. For instance, in open
ing his mail ho would now and then
como upon a letter that would make
him swearing-angry. Then Mrs. Logan
would come up and reach gently out for
the offending letter, and say, 'Here,
darling,' she always calls him darling;
nice old darling he is 'Here, darling,
give me that letter to answer. I'll see
to it;' and tho General, with instantly
restored good nature, would hand it to
her as eagerly as if it were a baby with
the colio, which it much relieved him
to get rid of."
Jay Gould has the reputation of being
the hardest man in the country to inter
view. He has probably not forgotteu
his experience in Denver some years
ago. lie came here on important busi
ness and secreted himself in a room at
the Alvord house. All attempts of the
reporters to reach him proved futile, till
at last the city editor of the Tribune,
disguised in the coat and cap of a Pull
man car conductor, contrived to run the
gauntlet of the numerous lackeys that
guarded the approaches to tho railway
magnatc's apartment. Gould was en-
jaged in close conversation with his s
icitor, Judge Usher, when the city edi
tor maile his anpearanec. "Who the
d 1 are you? ' demanded Gould. "I
am a reporter," was the reply, "and I
have come to get certain news of you
that you alone can give. You have not
asked me to take a chair, so I'm going
to sit right down hero!" And with that
the city editor dropped himself plump
tipon the floor and pulled out his note
hook. Gould exploded his wrath in a
few well-selected oaths, but it was no
use. "I am a bigger man than you
are, Mr. Gould," explained the newspa
per fiend, "and if you try to put mo out
vou and I will have a fight right here."
The consummate cheek of tho man
fairly fascinated Gould. In the mean
time Judge Usher Was leaning back in
his seat convulsed with laughter. Ho
had known the newspaper man for
years, and fully appreciated the fact
that he would stay till ho got what he
came for. Well, Gould put his hand
over his mouth, with one lonw finger
stretched up alongside of his hooked
nose, and, looking all tho time straight
into the city editor's eyos, he com
menced to talk. And he kept on talking
until enough information had been so-
cured. Denver Tribune.
The Advantage of Going Through the
"Sometimes," Bays a photographer,
"we have to tako almost Innumerable
negatives, and bother with customers
for hours before we get one that suits.
One day a" j'oung lady came in here and
composed her frizzles for a picture. I
tiinila nn (tTnnuirii anil cIuwvimI lini tlm
' " That's very good,' said she, 'but I
don't like the way my hair is fixed, ex
i actly, and I want another Bitting.'
"All ri'dit.' said I. ltand'mrtha nlato
to my assistant, who wa3 in tho dark
"She pulled the frizzles down nearer
her eyes, arranged hor visible pet and
aid she was ready. .
"I went through tho motions, the
tame as before, whilo she sat smiling at
the camera, in which there was no plate.
Mtf auiiif.M I - .1 .. . 1.!
lew scratches on the forehead, to repre
sent the lowered frizzles. .
That's just right now in regard to
the hair,' said she, when I showed It to
lipr. 'lillt T wish if una a littln ll.rl.t,,..
'J Kinai uau It UUU W 1UHK1I1"' H.
m oil niiiu.
All right,' said I, and I went
through, all the motions again. 1 She
Ment through tho same smile, and sup
poned a new plate was in tho camera,
WhrVhfl If WBU CHV111.lt. 1m-tnr 1 .1..
. ,. ,,jj mi, tiiv, UIJ 111 IHU
m.. . V !. I. t..7. I ' 1
,. niujk iwui, i uuu iv i urr iv la always
, "Wlien I showed it to her she said it
was better, but had hardly color enoiifh
, in me ciieuns, ana sno u nave to sit
again. 1 went through all tho motions
as before, while my assistant was tint.
, Jog the plate in the dai k room. When
I showed tho plate to her Ehe said it
fuuca tier exactly."
"Made New Affulu." .
Mrs. Wm. f. Hyckmnn, St. Catherines,
Out., srty: It. V. Piurce, Bufiulo, N. Y.,
I havo iised your 'Favorite Prescription,'
Golden Medical Discovery,' rind Pleasant
Purgativo Pellet for the Ust three months
and find myself (what shall I say) 4mHdo
now ngnin' are the only words that express J
it. I was reduced to a BKeieton, couia nor,
walk across tho floor without fainting,
could keep nothing in the shnpo of food
on my stoniHch. Myself and friends had
given up all hope, my immediate death
seemed certain. I now live (to thesurpslse
of everybody) and am able to do my own
Leaving a Man in tb.9 Lurch.
It was on a street car coming up from
tho Union Depot recently. A man with
a very hoarse voice looked across tho
aisle at a man with a country satchel be
tween his feet, and said:
"Wintry dnv, isn't it?"
"Hey?" called tho other as ho put his
hand to his ear.
"Seems liko winter, doesn't it!"
shouted the man with the hoarse voice.
"Hey? hey?" iisk'ed the deaf man.
"He Hays," began a man who was
standing up, "he says it seems liko win
ter." At this moment the hoarse-voieed
man rose up and slid out of the ear. As
ho did so tho deaf man rose up, laid two
parcels on the scat, and called out:
"Speak louder I'm deaf!"
"llo says it seems like winter!" bawled
the man standing up.
; ' "Who says so?"
Ho turned around to thehoarso-voiced
man, but that person had skipped.
"Who says so?" demanded the deaf
' "I I why, I sav so."
! "A Veil, what of it? Haven't I senso
enough to know that it is winter weath
er? Don't try any of your guvs on me
or I'll knock the top of your head off?"
Then the deaf man sat down and tho
"middleman" sneaked out and dropped
off the car and said ho would spend the
rest of his lifo looking for tho hoarse
voiced man. Detroity'rcc Vnss.
Plugging Diamond-Drilled Holes.
It is no easy matter to plug up a diamond-drill
hole from which there is a
strong How of water, frequently under
great pressure. When a hole is to bo
plugged there are forced into it small
bags of beans and flaxseed. Tho plug
made of dry pine and from ten to fifteen
feet in length is driven in after theso
bags aud forces them forward in the
drill hole. Also, a hole is sometimes
bored into the end of the plug, which
hole is llHcd with llax-seed. The flax
seed and beans are caused to swell to
such an extent by tho hot water that tho
bole is as compactly filled as though
closed with molten lead. Virginia
Voice of the People
It. V. ricree, M. D.,Daffalo.N. Y.;
I had a serious disease of the lungs, and
was for atimo contved to my bed and un
der the care of a physician. Ilia prescrip
tions did not help me. I grew worse,
coughing very severely. I commenced tak
ing your "Golden Medical Discovery," and
it cured me. Yours respectfully,
JcDitn Bcikett, Hillsdale, Mich.
A Cough, Cold or Sore Throat
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the Thro"t Troubles which Singers and
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recommended by physicians, and always
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an entire generation, they havo attained
well-merited rank among the few staple
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'Fl ackmetack,' a lasting and fragrant per
fume. Price 25 and 50 cents.
The Law of Kindness
is universal; it affects all the human family,
all animals, and may be even found in
patent medicines. Some are drastic,' and
the patient is obliged to suffer pains worse
than the disease; but in cases of obstiuato
constipstion, dyspepsia, there is no' remedy
so kind, so gentlu'in its effects, and yet so
satisfactory, as Burdock Blood Bitters.
Price f 1.00.
Second Edition of Job.
Mrs. Ogden, N. Division Street, Buff-do,
Bays: "1 cannot be too thanktul that I
was induced to try your Spring Blossom. I
was at one time afraid I should never he
able to get out ai:ain. I seemed to be a
second edition of Job without his patience;
my face ami body were one vast collection
of boils and pimples; since taking ono bot
tle of your Spring Blotsom I am quite cured,
all eruptions have disappeared, and I feel
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50 c.nts, trial bullies 10 cents.
rjftX rUHCHASEH'3 NOTICR.
To ThoniAi Jenkin, or any oilier prraon or
Vou iu! Iii'rcliv notified that at n unto of runt os
tatu, la thn county of Ali'xamlor and tints of 1111.
nolo, lutld by thn county c. Hector of ultl comity, Mt
the iouMiwefHrly door nf tho court bonne In the
city of Cairo, In mid coiicty and mate, on the llth
nay or auk., A. 1J. JRSi, N. B.TIiilIewo(l purrham-d
the following described real ctale iltiiatrd In thn
Flrt addition to the city of Cairo, county of Alex
andt-rand mate of IHIuoU, fur the taxva due and
unpaid thereon fur tho year A. 1). 1879, to
KKthor with penalties and cotii: mid real en Into he
lug taxed lu tho name of aald Tliomnf Jynklim, to.
wit: Lot numbered nlxteen (11), lu bl"ck numbered
lKhty i0x8u), In the KIM addition to the city or
Cairo. The tlmu alluwo by law tor thcrcdemptton
of aald real entalo will expire on the Bth day of Au
glint, A. II. Wi, IS. 11. TIIISTLKWU- II,
iairo,iii., Jiarcti so. a. U. is&, I'urchaaur.
rpAX PURCHASERS NOTICE.
To Thomas J otiklni or any other pcraon or pertoni
You are hereby notified that at a aale of Real Ka-
tato In the co tint v of Alexander and rt Into of Illlnola.
held by the county collector of mid county, at the
aoolhwurtnrly door or the co'irthouae In the cllv
of Cairo, lu aald co iuty and atale, on the tltli dav of
Auptin. A. II. IK), N. I) Thlitlewootl purchaaod
the folldwliiudeaerlbcd real muto IliiaHid ta tho
Hrtadd Hon to Ihecltyof Cairo, county of Alux
audur and rials ol illlnola, for the tax duo and
unpel'l thmeon for the year A. II. INTO, toirether
with ponaltlea and cottnj aald reul eolatx bvluc
taxed In the nmiuif Thnmaa Jenklna,to-wlt: Lot
numbered nfteen (15), In block uumhsred KlRlity
Hx(i), In the Kim addition to the cliy of Cairo,
1 he time allowed by law for the redumption of aald
real taie will expire on the nih day of Anirtltt. A.
Cairo, lll., Mir,h3mti,A.I) Htsi, .
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
GREAT GEitii DESTROYER.
Ulcere p n rifled and heat
ed, (iangrene pro
vented and cured.
Woundi healed rapidly.
Bcurvy cured lu abort
It U perfee ly harmleaa.
Fur core throat It ta a
Blfk roonia purinco ana
Kovered and nlrk per
aona reltuved au re
fnaned hv bathing
lluld added to tho
Soft whlt6 complexlona
aeenred by it una to
Impure air mnde harm
Ices and purlrled by
To purify tho bealh,
cltiaiie Ihe teeth, U
can't be aurpaed.
Catarrh relieved ana
nurint. Moved inntrntty.
Kemovei all uupleaaant
Hhtp fever prevnited by
In caei of death In the
bouite, It ahould al
vtaya bo nacd about
tho corpse It will
prevunr auy tinplupa
ant rmi'll. An anti
dote lor aul al or veg
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Duuceroaa effluvtai of
lick rooma and hoiplt
alt removed by in ue
Yellow fever eradicated.
In fact it la the great
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It ha been ascertained that the most inveterate
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aud strong; thecoma :h, the blood. the skin become
healthy, uud he obtn'.n a new leaeu of eijorablo
1 honly satisfactory treatment of ncuralala Is by
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atronx nerves neVer hu fT- rs from thl disease.
The virtue of Fellows' Compound.) nip of lly
pnphosphlte.sate cucb that other rciuediea are sel
The demand for Ilvpopho'phltce and other Phoa
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owing to the good t fleets and sucen following the
Introduction of thieart.clo In the United Stntea
Should the cvulld liaveany dlfflcnU, In pro
curing the Compound Syrup In his vicinity, let him
not be put oft' with anv other remedy, bocause this
article baa not its equal lu the diseases fur which
It Is reeommt nded.
XOTIi. Be suspicions of persona who recom
mend any other article as "jut aa good." Tho
highest class medical men in uveiystarge citv,
where it ia known, ri commend it. .
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Trico 25 cents.
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