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CAIRO. ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 5, 182.
Mayor N.B. Tblt!ewood.
Trarer-T J . Korth.
Clerk Dcuni. J. Foley.
0)Uiiielor--Wm. B. Ullbert.
Marabal-L. H. Meyer.
oakd of a w
flr.t Ward-Peter Saup. T. M . Ktmbroiiirh.
Ti.i.a w.rdB. r B ake, Johu Wood.
K,r WMdCh-0. 1'atter, Adolpb Bwo-
Ifi'h Ward-T. W. Hal'.ldav. Brnr t B. Pittlt.
Circuit Jr.dte 1. .1. Baker.
Circuit Clcrk-A. H. irvln.
Cniiaty Judge K. 8 locum.
County Ora-H.J. JJumro.
Connty Atwrney-J M.IJmrnn.
MiurilT John llode.
Coraner-H Klurald TtiUidav. J. A.
CoiMityOommlr.ionen-r. w. Ua.imay.
lilhb and J'eler hup.
tui!ltiur.my, A , hkss, Pa.tor.
-ilICKCH OF TUB KKUEKMfcK-t.Kpl.copal)
C urtnth aueet; bund.y 7
Kn.haiilst; : . m.. Sunday 10.-Ua.in..
Morn7Vr.rCr.;B:JP. m..eyulo! -rayer..
i. ijMent'ort, S T. K. Hector.
J W MWHIOSAKV BAPTIST CnrKCH.
1 'robin at WW 3 P. -'n VLS'
I rrflRRAN-Tblrteenth ; wrvlwi Hah-
1, bath !:. m.; tiunday cbool2p. m. Kef.
f KTHUIMST-Cor. EKbth and Walnut treeta.
M Pre.ehlu S.bbMh :!" ."l70. ;":
r-ouday School at :oop. m. Kc. J. A.e.ire.i.
llKFSHYTKKI AN -Elgtth tret: pracnlng on
iJT,KUUuy t T:p.m.; ulay euool
M P. . B .Y. , paainr.
oT JOS B I'll V-iKoman Catholic) Corner Croaa
8 , d lUIt .liwu: 10 ..
n Sunday School at i p. m. ; e.iier 1 P
L'T PATlHCK-H-Homia Catholic) Corner Ninth
O atrc'el ind WmIhdVd avenue; iery.ee a-
1 ,.. in. ieriM ry day t s m- H. iU'-fcrsou
JI.K.TI11E CARD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS CEN I HaL It. K.
train virkur. tnxst
MU -.n.m Mill
TxceMn'dalloo.lliHia Hxurc. .......
lEiiire It.iii.m Acr.nu(ltluu
Ml-ot CENTKAI.U. H.
tMsIl cnl.-m ItMall -
tKipreM 1U:15 in I tKx;r.f
C.A.ST. I.. K. It. (Narrow Gibi
Kipt lo-.ru. m I Kt:r.
Atcom'duitoa. l:atp.m 'Ac oui Uitoii.
ST.L . l.M A S It. K
tExprOM. 11 :m;itn 1 tKxpw"
r eetm aitinD. t.WV m tAc nm'daili.n
'A'ABASn. ST. I.OI H PAt IflO If
MH A I .... i.'W .'" ! ' '' 4 tx...,
Daily ticept Suiflay. t Uitiy.
. .:'! p.tn
1 1 :. a m
J : i-'. p-ui
2 V) p m
, a:j p m
IUIS0IS CKN'THAL 11. U.
wJ UWJJ XML.
Shortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis and Cliicago.
Tho Onlv I-ino Hunnint;
O DAILY TRAILS
Making Dikkct Connkction
Tiuiw tKt Caiuk:
M lTiii in. MU.
ArrlTiiigln Su Loiil:45..m : Chicai!o.H:l p.m. i
Cunuectim; t Odin .ml Klllr.ciinm for i'liiclii
D.ii, Lou'.vlll. Indiunupiili. nd p"l::t Eact.
1 l;iu'.m. St. IoiHh mid VNttrn
Arrlvlntrlii fit. I.ohU :0.'p. B., nd cotitioctlni:
for kil poiuta Vunl.
4:Mt i.m. r'a-U 10xprfiH
.for St I.ouln and Chlr.co, nrrlvinu t St. Loot
tU:40 p.m., tnd Chlc.io7:i a m
4:'JO p.m. Cinoiriniiti Kxpr.
irrWInc t Cincinnati a m.; l.oiuavlllo 7:S0
m.; Itirtlanatmll a.m. l'mwnpti by
thta train n-arh llm "vi- point l'J to 3tJ
liol'KS in advaocti of auy ollmr route.
tiP-Tho 4:m P. ra. cipre h PITLI.MAN
M.K K PINO t'A K Catro to Cincinnati, wltho it
cliangn, and through aleupur to St. l.oul and
Fust Time East.
P.iuaonmitM h llMC IfnthrmiRh to Hat.
I iltlll. 1 n t.rn point without any d-ly
rauaed hy Sunday lntcrvnnliiif. Tb Satiirdav after
noon train froiu Cairo arrtv In new Yo'k Monday
nornltiK at 10:llS, Tblrty-lx hour. in advance ol
ny otbtir ruji.
jijrVor-thToinh ticket and furlhwr Informutlon,
aimlv at Illlnol Central Itallroad l'pnl. Cairo,
J As. JOHNSON, J. 11. .ION KH,
(Jen. Soutlinrn Aeent. Tlct Agent.
A. II. HANSON, (ten, I'a. Agent. Chicago
Q.E0RQE II. LEACH, M. D.
I'hvsioian nnd Surjzoon,
Special atliiiilloii i'd to I ho HuincoiMillilc (nut
nmiit of miulrul UIm-rfu, .ntlUlKuav woiiian
Oillcu: Oil lllh atr-iil, oj-pocllii t ho Pual OIllco,
pU. W. C. JOCFLYN,
OPFICB Eighth Hlrtint. nearComi' err.ta! Annd
jQit. b. w. whitlow:,
v Dental Suroon.
Orrioi No. i:w Commercial Arnnuv, butweon
.KKoUiaud Mutb Stroou
(I W. WHEELER,
Suminer Wood and Kindling
comuntly on nana
At Kevcuty-five cents per load.
S t a v o Trimmings
At cue dollar per load.
The "trlmmlog"are coam nhavtng and make
Hi tie.t aumnier wood fur cooitlng purpoe a woll
the cbc.pnt evr oid In C.i;o. For bluck
mltb'i UN! Im-Bttim: lire, tbey aru unequalled
Lexve yuor order at lUv Tenth airt-ct wood yard
flAIRO Cin FERRY CO.
THREE .E22Z33Ui STATES.
On and afrcr Monday . J are 7th, and nntll lurther
notice ttit f.:ri) t)oit v ;li make trip aii fuiiow t:
-.aayta i,ih i.tivn
Ciiot Fourth t. Ml'jnn I.and'g. K'nts ky I.d g.
flllK1 . m.
4;v, p. in.
T Ti in
s:W a. n.
In .3f a. a.
S:3'i p. m.
4 :y p.m.
in v. m
9 a. ra.
3 p rs.
A New and coinp:'ti' II 'tel. fm'itlng on Levee
Second uud fiail.-oud MrevM,
Th T'"eTi.'er I) tint of t'..' CMf n.-o, St. Loiita
at'"' .lew Orle w Ii'.l!ioi C.'iitrti: Wai'ah, St.
Lout and 1'ni illi ; l,oci Mniintaiti and S nthrrii,
Moh'ie anil (iMo; ( mr and St. I.onm Hallway
are all JiiKt acriKH thu in-it; hile the Meambjai
Liiirtlni! I lmt one :'iare diit int,
Thif 1 1 it -l I heated hy Ktevn. M team
I.anmlry, llvdmuiir Klevnt.i'r, Klei'tric C' ll Hi-IN.
Automatic. Pin--Alarm. Huh. ali.i!nielv pure nlr,
pcrlert i.wi..r.L"' and iiiunlete apuotutment .
Slinerh fnriiiehlu,-; perfect ervicej and an nil.
li. P. J'.VIIKKIt Ac CO..IofpcFi
Coimiu'rcial Avenue ami Kifflith Street.
P. B'UISS. Preatdent. I P. N KI'F, VlcePrcVnt
II. WELlS, C.ii-IiI'T. I T. J. Kertb, A '; cuxb
F. BroM Cii'ro I William K'iK'c. .Cairo
Pe erNeir ' I Wllln ui W.ilf....
C, M 0torloli " I C O. Puller '
K. A Under " I II. We i '
J. Y. Clciurou, CU iloula.
A OENEKA. BANKING IIUSINRS DONE.
Kxclinnu'ii o'd and boil L'ht. Inlnnitt pnlil In
thnMavlii'.' Depirlmntit. Coller.ilon mudo and
all bUnlllcKS proiuptly utteujed to.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
O. 6. PAT1EK & CO..
Cor,Nlnoleonthtrflot) PiSin Til
CoiuiauidlAvi)uuoi VttUUj 111.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'8 PATENT
Wholesalo Doalor in- Ico.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
' rCKED FOR SIIirPINO.
Oar Loads a Specialtv
Cor.Twelf'tli Street and Levee,
rjIIE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. Illinoie.
71 OHIO LEVEK.
A General Rankin? business
Tf IOS. W. IIALLIDAV.
pNTEUPIlISE SAVING BANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELV A SAVINGS HANK.
T JIO.S. AV. IIALLIDAV,
STOVES AND TINWARE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES
Mnuufftcture: ot nnd Dealer in
TIN, CiJPPEIt & SHEET-IRON WARF
ALL KIKD8 OF JOB WOUK 1C-E TO OilUER
NO. 27 EIOnTH STREET,
Citt CleuK' OmcK, I
Chw. Ili... M:ir. 17tn. 1?S!.
Pnl.'icnotlr.c In bi.-r'bv nlv.-n that ou Tuesday the
1st li day of A j.rll A. 1) IS".', u L'tuieral election will
he b,'1 tn the city of Cairo, cosuty of Alexander.
Uic of Hanoi, for ik" eiectlon of one alderman
for the rcL'iiiar term of two years from each of the
live u d of th- city.
For the purpo-0 of pn!d e'ertinn polo will bo
npi-ticil at tbe iiillnwinu named pwee, viz:
lu l lie Firt ward at the polieu headquarter In
rear ot Mr. Kosa hue' building cnrmir of Sixth
ctrc. t aul (ihin 1-vee.
Inthu Siemid ua-dat the engine bouso ofthc
Ii'iuuh nd lirinly firecompi y.
In the Third ward at tho engine bonne of the
Iliocriiian tlrt company.
In the Fourth ward, at thi Conrt Iloitfe
And In the Fifth ward, at the engine houic of ibe
Anchor lire com ny.
Said election will be open at laht o'clork In (lie
morning, and enntinne ooen until even o'clock in
the afieruoou of tt.me day.
rjAX ri'KCUASEIiS NOTICE.
ToT, J. JilTrey, or auy other person orporoti
lii'erjteil : ' .
You are hereby notified that at a ale of It -al Es
tate In the eou nt v of Alexander and Rule of Iliinul.
li. Id by tie county co lector of ld county, at tho
'Mtihweierly door of the co ut houe tn the city
of Cairo, In aiiid comiiiv and ttaie, on the 2nd dav rif
AUk'iit. A. I. the ui:tiersiKned, purcbiied
the following deerihed real etatu rltualed In the
Firt add lion to the city of Cairo, county of Alcx
under ard etato ol Illlnoi, for the tuxca due and
nnpat-t thaivon for the year A. '. 1673, 1874,'
lk7.'i, 170. 1ST7. 1S71 and ISTil. together
w.lh penaltle and cot: nld real uatau lwInK
tixed In tlie nnmeof aaid T J. Jeffrey, towlt: Lot
numbered llvu (5), In block numbered tenty-thre,
(.Ml,. known and del'iated on tho recorded map
or plat of auld addition . The time allowed by law
for the redemption of aid real eMate will expire
ou IbcSiid da of Aunuu. A. D. -ti2.
JAI OIU. OOKDON, rurchaer.
Cairo, Ill.,Aj.rll 6lh, A. 1)
rA ri'UCllASEB'S NOTICE.
ToT. J. Jeffrey, or any other person or perrona
Y'on ro hereby notified Hint at a aln of real es
tate, lu the coiiuty of Alexander nud Htaie of Illl
nol, held by ilie couuly cllector of Mb' county, at
tba ontftwiterlv dor of th court hone In the
city of Cairo, In :iid county and Htatc, on the Slid
day of Ailtf.. A. I). 1HH), the underlirned purchaaed
i lie following demrlbed reel entato alluated In the
Firt addition to the city of Calm, couuly of Alex
antler and Mate of Illlnol, for tho taxoa due ami
unpaid tbereiin for tho vcar A. D. 1K7.1,
ls7, lStri. 1H7S. 187T. 1H78 and 18;, to
He I her with pemillle and cot: aid real eiat be
inir taxed lutbennmn of nldT. J. Jcffriu, to.
wit: Lot mint nered lx idl, in block mimbered
twenty three (ill. a known and dolcuiv."d on the
recorded map or pint of mid addition The timo
allotte'1 bylaw lor the redemption nralr reil etato
will expire on the vr d dav ol AnniiM, A D. Wi.
JaCOH J.'(Olt:oN, l'nrct.aer.
Calro.lll., April 51b, A. I), mi.
rAX rl'KCIIASER'8 NOTICE.
To ltounna Ilurko, or any oilier portion or person
Y'ou are hereby not I lied that at aala of real e
tnte. in the cntintv or Alexander and ttntn of 1IIU
nol, held bv the couety codi-eior of ftald couutv,
at IhwvnutliwiiKierly door of ih court hotiau in the
city of Cairo, In Mid count v huiI atate, on the Hill
day of July. A. D. 1HS0, Oeorijo It. Lontx.
the tinderHlk!iied, urrbned the foilowlni;
deKcribud rial eitnte llnate(l In th" city
of Cairo, county of Alexander and Mule of tl)tnoi,
for the taxe due and unpaid thereon lor the tear
A.l 1H..-1, 1HT IK77, ISM anil l7i, t irelhcr with
penalties and cost; id real etatu be log tuxed In
the name of oald Homina Itnrke, to wll: Lot
numbered twenty-nine (SO). In block numbered tl r
ty-thre (r.'l). In the city ol Cairo. The time allowed
by law for the redemption of raid real ,elalo will
expire on th Hth dnv of July, A. I), 1SX3
OKOIIOB K. LtCNTZ, pnrchaior,
Cairo, 111. April Dili, A. 1) 1S,'.
Tlio W. Butler Dunran ! still making
rccular (rips lirtween Citiro and CVlumlms,
nnd will continnu to do so until tliu M. ii 0
rond it repaired.
Tho Penney pawd south ysti rdiiy with
liT coal trip for the Rod river.
TLo R. S. Pdn-a was hero from Nashville
yesiterday, and returned aqnin lor that
place. Slic hud ao tons manufactured iron
lor the east.
The Silverthom went down the river
with 150 head cattle, tor Hickman. She
also had a good trip for tho hernia.
The City of Alton, from Jew Orleans,
for St. Louid, passed up with GOO tons of
freight. She follows the Baton Rou-e out
of St. Louis fur New Orleans next Saturday.
The Ste. Guuevicve was the Memphis
packet last uilit, but had not arrived up
to the present writing. Capt. Carvill, of
the Grand Tower, is in command.
TIk! City of Ileleua, from Memphis for
St. Louis, ou'ht to arrive hero at 8 o'clock
The Iron Duke came down frum Pitts
burs; with a bijjtowof iron, fuel, etc., for
the different parties in Memphis and St
Louis. She took to St. Louis thrco empty
barges to be loaded with iron ore for Pitts
burg. Capt. Vander'rift who was com
mander of the Johu Rnodeu for some years,
U mastering the Irou Duke.
Capt. Dunlap, supterinttndent of the
Gray's iron line,' was in the city yesterday,
and left lot St. Louis this morning.
The City of Greenville will be here to
day fruiu Vickshurg fur St. Louis. She
lias cottun for the Wabash road to reship
for tho east.
The next boat from Cincinnati in the
big 0 line i the Mary Houston. She will
be here this evening', and will want every
thing to till out.
Tho Future City came up yestcn3ny
from New Orleans with a big tow of emp
ties. She a'uo has in tow the tug A. B.
S.tfford which, it will be remembered, was
chattered by the Globe-Democrat during
the floods to write up, they having dune
througii with her.
The City of Providence is the Vickshurg
packet to-day. She will be here at 4 p. m.
The next towboat for the south iu the
Mississippi Yulley line is the big Oakland
atiJ barges. She will be here text Friday
The swift steamer City of Baton Rouge
leaves St. Louis to-night for New Orleans.
She will bo the first and only boat leaving
here for that place this week, aad "don't
you IV.rget it." ''-
" First a cough, carried me off.
And then a cotU.n tiiey carried me off tn ! "
This will not be your epi'ah if you take
your couuh and Dr. It. V. Pierce's "Golden
Medical Discovery" in time. It is specific
tor weak lungs, splitting of b'.oo l, night
sweats, and the early stnges of consump
tion. By all druggists.
A nt'Mi-i'. entering :i school in ('niincct
icnl. w;;s tin' oco.-i-ooii of m divorce be
tween the teacher's I'lviiching and intc
ticr; Trotting about on the floor, the chil
dren -pied liini. and buzz of whispers,
culled tin' toucher's intention. "Now,
children,'' said she, in a kind and nioth
crlv, v:tv. "keep very quiet, every one
of on. "Don't move nor say a word if
the iiioii'C foines toward von. lie is
The scholars were very uict, nnd
watched the eitpcrs of the mouse breath
less v. "J" kit teacher had scarcely linish
ed her brave address, when nuni-ey ran
tlirectlv for her. "d began to walk Mer
her feet. This was too much, and the
preaching was turned into practice
which refused to dove-tail, as it were.
In short, the teacher screamed with
fright, and ran as if a pack of wolves
were in mad pursuit. The wi,.-.;e school
became, uproarioiis. and the nioite was
master of the situation.
The little fellow was so delighted lhat
he stood up on his hind legs nnd danced
a hornpipe, and then ran through Hie
doorwav, leaving the teacher and her
tickled "pupils in a peculiar state of
mind. H'uhrlmni W'ir.
Telephoning Kis Croup,
Tho Hartford W tells the latest tele
plume story and vouches for its truthful
ness: A physician' of N was called by
telephone- about out! o'clock ut night
from 15 , two miles away. A child
was suffering from the croup. Tho
night was dark nnd stormy, and tluIoc
tor found nothing pleasant in the con
templation of tho trip.
.So he enllfd up the house in which
the little .sufferer lay, and requested tho
parent to bring "it to the telephone
transmitter. This was done.
' The child coughed its croupy cough,
nnd tho doctor listened to every sound
which came from his patient, lie pre
scribed a lviuedv, and one of the mem
bers of the family prepared ami ndifiin
istdrcd it. Tho relief was immediate)
and Hie recovery rapid, and the doctor
had tho sal isfue turn of hearing the cough
relieved through tho telephone.
- , m a
A negro woman of Kansas City ad
vertises that if the parents of an infant
lately left with her do not immediately
claim it and pay charges sho will dispose
of it at auotiuiu
Atlanta's" Pretty Ehoenuikor.
Atlanta can boast of it genuine curl,
bsily a live female shoemaker young,
oretty, and industrious, llaving'oeeas
loi) to scud my little nephew with a pair
of Iwmts to bo mended, ho surpriseil mo
on his return by remarking that "shu"
said so and so about, tho boots. I then
learned for tho lir-,1 time that wo had In
our neighborhood :i young girl under liO
vears ot age, the daughter of a shoema
ker, who daily works at the trade her
self, not only mending, but making in
good style, both boots and shoes. For
several years she lias thus been employ
ed, and has won tho respect and pat
ronage of a large circle of appieciutivo
families. Suvunn'th Xe:rs.
Fellow Syrupathj. 1
Tommy was a little rogue, whom his
mother had hard work to manage. Their
hou-u in the country was mixed a few
feet from the ground, and Tommy, to
escape n well-deserved whipping, rtu
from his mother and crept under the
house. Presently the father came home,
nnd hearing w here the boy had taken re
fuge, crept under to bring him out. As
be approached on his hands and knees.
Tommy asked: '-Is she after you, loo?"
Death of Daricl Sloto.
Some Pteiaant Recollections of "Oca," In "Inn
Mr. Daniel Slote, tho well-known
blank book manufacturer, died tho oth
er lay in New York, in his mother's
house, where he was visiting. Many
people who have never seen him or
heard '. s name will yet regret his death
as that of an old friend, for he was well
known wherever the English language
rs read. as the "Dan"1 of Mark Twain's
"Innocents Abroad." lie was a genial
gentleman, social and pleasant, whoso
character was not overdrawn in the fa
mous book. Of the pilgrims he was
probably the most practical and possess
ed the greatest share of common sense.
When the parly hired the guide Hilltin
ger and they determined to rename him
for the sake of romance, out! suggest
ed the name Alexis du Caiilaincotirt.
"Alphonse Henri Gustavo d'Hauleville,1'
"Call him Ferguson." said Dan. And
Ferguson he was called to the end of the
book. At another time .some of the par
ty were in a bath.
Dan's voice rose in the air:
"Oh, bring me some soap, w hy don't
'The reply was Italian. Dan resumed.
"Soap, you know soap. That's what
I want. S-o-a-p, soap; s-o-p-e. soap;
s-o-u-p, soap. Hurry up! I don't know
how you Irish spell' it. but I want it.
Spell it to suit yourself, but fetch it.
I'm freezing." t
Then was hoard the Doctor saying im
pressively: "Dan, how often have we
told you that thc-0. foreigners can not
under.xtand Euglixh?" Why will you
not toll us what you want. I will 'ad
dress this person in his mother tongue.
lJcre eospelto! eorjio di Jiacco! Sacra-liu-nto!
Syllerino! Soap, you son of a
gun. Dan, if you would let us talk for
you, you would never c.posu your ig
At another time, when tho Innocents
were traveling through Italy, and Fer
guson kept telling tiieiii that Michael
Angeio designed every- castle and church
the Pantheon, the Tiber, the Vati
can, the Coliseum, the Tarpeian Hock,
St. John Lateral), the Baths of Cara
calhi" D;n cried out: "Knouirh, enough,
enough! Sav no more! Lump tin whole
thing, and sav that tho Creator made
Italy from designs bv Michael Angeio.
Dan was the marker in the billiard
game jilaved bv Mark and the Doctor,
whicliflasted two hours and a half with
out :f point being made, w hen Dan ask
ed them if tht! game w its not rather
Out ol tiie voyage grew many warm
ineinisiiips, una none oi tiiein were
stronger than that between Dan and tho
author of "J ho Innocents Abroad."
In nine cases out of ten one w ho lacks
energy to make it rag carpet will not
have tho means to buy n store carpet
even at lift v cents per yard, when it
must be cash in hand; nnd then if pur
chased, it is a poor thing, and will not,
with the best of care, endure the wear
of every day use for one season. But
even that would pay by giving the house
a more habitable appearance; for a
house with bare Honrs, though it be ever
so well furnished otherwise, looks naked
and barn-like. But a rag carpet pays
better in an ordinary farm house, lie
cause it w ears better and is better adant
ed to the circumstances of the family,
and corresponds with the usual plhin
furniture. It pays by subduing the noiso
caused by the tramp of boots, tho mov
ing of chairs, the rattling of dishes, and
iu softening tho lonos of voices. Indeed
a rag carpet has a softening and relining
iulltieiice upon every member of tho
family. Even those rough boys forbear
tosculllein the house, because it will
injure the carpet that mot her worked so
hard to make, and they hate to see the
pleasant room grow shabby. Boys, as
well as girls like to have'their homo
look cheery and "stylish," anil thus tho
rag carpet wears much longer than tho
matron imagined it would.
Praying by Instalments.
A little Oil City girl kiieltdown to say
her evening prayer, one night recently,
and remained hi that suiipiicating pos'i
tion so long that when sue rose her fa
"What have you been doing, dear?"
"Saying my prayers," answered tho
"Why do you pray so long, and what
do you "say?"
"Oh," replied she gravely. "I say
the Lord's Prayer over twice" You see
In tho morning I have to hurry to get to
school in time, and don't have time to
prav, so I just say it over twice at
Never cry over spilt milk. The milk
man has already wasted noiigh water
on. it. ' ..
, im OF THE DAY.
Tfl? EON. TJiHEH E. SHEMAH.
The Governor of Iowa, Hon. Hurra
R. Sherman is one of the self-made men
of tho West. He springs from good
Kaslern utoek and owes much to tlxi
qualities inherited from honorable pa
rentage, and th habits of industry form
ed in early life. He is a native of New
York, horn in Phelps, Ontario county,
lie is the third son of PhineasL. Sher
man. After a good, practical education
in the public school at F.lmira, he learn
ed the watch-maker's trade. In I8,7.i tho
family removed to Iowa, where the
father had purchased some government
lauds. While at work on the farm ho
employed his leisure hours iu studying
law and in the summer of 1S.19 was ad
mitted to the bar. When the w ar broke,
out he was one of tho lirst to respond
and enlisted iu Company G., Thirteenth
Iowa Volunteer Infantry. Ho was iu
numerous engagements and was severe
ly wounded at Pittsburg Landing. While
iu the hospital he was promoted to Cap.
tain for gallant services on the field.
While crippled and suiVering from hi
injuries he returned to his company,
where by the aid of his crutches ho was
able to be on duty. In the summer of
l-Vi.'l, his enfeebled condition compelled
him to resign his commission, and on
his return homo lie w as elected to tho
ollice of County Judge in Benton coun
ty, and re-elected in lis(io' to accept tho
oliict) of Clerk of, fhe District Court,
w hich position lie held by repeated elec
tions until his flection as Auditor of tho
State in 171, the position lie has held
Kver since and until his election last fall,
Comein and have something warm,"
said llnnibleeoiue to bis friend Quizzi
eus on the street the other day. "Will
you pay for anything that I call for?"
said the invited. 'Certainly," answer
ed the jovial inviter. "Very well, then,
there's a nice, imiet place round t lie cor
ner where 1 always go." The unsus
pecting Brimbiecome followed his friend
into a tailor's shop. "I'll take a good
long ulsler. " remarked (Juizzieiis, qui
clly. Brimbiecome paid tho bill with
out a word, but he had to give up that
Sowing mid Ilcaniurf.
When a young lady hems handkerchiefs
for a rich bachelor, siie bows that she may
reap. When seeds of disease are plauted
turuugh over indulgence, you cuu prevent
the undertaker from reaping the benefit by
using Spring Blostoui. Price 20 cents,
trial boitlcD 10 cents.
Jos. L. Foote, tho vommodore, Elgin,
111., says 1 hoiu ia' Eclcctric Oil cured him
of sciatica w ith one application, thorough
ly applied. It also cured him of a severe
cold and cough. He thinks it a very val
uable remedy, and will never bt without it.
Kidney Complaint Cured.
B. Turner, Rochester, N. Y., writes : "I
have been lor over a year subject to serious
disorders of the kidneys, nnd often unable
to attend to business; I procured your Bur
deck Biood Bitters, hud was relieved before
half a bottle was used. I intend to con
tinue, as I foci confident that they will en
tirely cure me." Price $ I 00.
We must tell some men a great deal to
teach tlicm a little, but tho knowledge of
tho curative properties of Sprinir Blossom
in cases of sick headache, Indigestion and
biliousness is bought by experience. Price
50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents,
by tho community at largo has been given
to Burdock Blood Bitters. No instance is
know n where tho dissatisfaction hat been
manifested by their use, or where aught
but benefit followed their administration.
It is no longer an idle dream of boast-Inn-
In iiitirm that Fi'lliiw' llvnnnhiiunliioi
wherein are United nature's forces, will '
strengthen man and make nis life not only
indiirable, hut sparkling with rude and
joyous health. Fellows HypoplioKphites sup
plies the ingredients wlueii constitute
healthy blood, and imparts tho the vie '
mentswhic.li give vitality.
The Key to Health.
Have yen found the key to perfect health '
and strength? It is Kidney-Wort, tho only
remedy that overcomes nt once tho inaction
of tho kidneys and bowels. It purities the '
blood by cleausiug the system of foul bu;
mors and by giving strength to tho liver,'
kidneys and bowels to perform their regu
lar func'tiotia. Seo displayed advertise
ment. Suiloh's Couon and Consumption Curo
Is sold by us on a guarantee. It cures con-1
sumptiou. Paul O. Schuli, Agent. ft .
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