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DAILY' CAIRO BULLETIN.
nvvimil tUIHMTnHY. 1 WflflH TARn. I fTUf P fTTV ViiMnwn t..t I I ml
' - i j'uia mi HAllViUlj UdiMV. I
Mayor N. B. ThifHuwood.
l'rcMiiror T J. Kurth.
Clerk -Dennla. J, Holey.
Couimelor-Wro. U. (illbert.
Mamhul-L. U. Meytira,
BOiHD OF ALUIUKKH.
Klrnt VUrd-Wru.McHale.T. M. Kimbrouib
stwl Wardleaau Ilmklo, !. N. Uuxhea.
.... . . . t. ....! U V Ulnlm. .Inlin Wood.
Ku'irUi Ward Charloi O. Pallor, Adolph
'"Klfi'b Ward-T. W. Holiday. Krneiit B. Pettlt
Circuit. I mice l..J.ltakrr.
Circuit Clerk A. II. Irvln.
roiiuty Judiso K. Yocum.
County Clerk S.J. lluuim.
County Attorney-J. M. Damrnn.
County Treasurer Miles W. Parker.
County CommiHiFuneri-T. W. Halllday, J. A
Olbhaand Peter Sntip.
CAlliO BAPTIST. Cornor TautU and Poplar
irtu:; ;rua;nlui Brat aud third Sunday in
car a monti.. 11 a m. and 7:) P- m. ; prayer meet-
Ju"' 7 :A) "ttiTY UBS 8,' Pa'tor"1
ClHCUCU OP TUK KEDB EM KB (Episcopal)
Fourteenth alreet; Sunday 7:Wa m , Holy
KuruiirUt: 9::H) a. m , Sunday achool : 11.0) i.m.,
Morning Prayera; 7::i P. m., Evening Praart. F.
P. Davenport, 8. T. H. Noctur.
I MUST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHUK0I1.
V l-rv.' hlut! at 10:31) a. rt., S p. m., and 7:80 p. m.
.i.htmth .cho.il at 7:ao p. m Ket. T. J. Bborci,
I inilKUAN-Thlrtecuth tnet; aervlcei Sab
J baili 1 : a. m. J Sunday achool 8 p.m. Kov.
METHODIST Cor. Klehtb Walnut itroeta,
Preachlug Sabbath ll:uua. m. and7:V p. m.
bun lay Scnool at 1:00 p. m. lie. J. A. Hcarretl,
UKhHBYTEP.lAN-ElKlith tr.et; preaching on
1 Sabbath at 1I:0U m. aud 7:30 p. m.; prayer
awiny Wednesday at 7:S0p. m.; bauday School
at i p. to. lUv B. V. Ueore, pastor.
ST jusKPH S -.KooaD Catholic) Corner Croaa
and Walnnt atreeta; aervlcoi Sabbath 10:3(1
i,. ; suurtay School at 2 p. m. ; Vetera 3 p. m.; ter-
every day at 8 a. m. Hcv. O'llara, Prlert.
C T. PATRICK'S Unman Catholic) Corner Ninth
O .'reel aud Waahlnfrton avenue; lerirlcoi Babe-nth
and lti a. m. ; Venpera 8 p. m.; Sunday School
2 p. iu. lurvlwa every day at S m. Rev. Mastenpu
prlnel. ' '
H. B. TIME CARD AT CAIIIQ.
TWAINS bCJ'AKT. TIIAMAHKIVI.
Vail 8:15a.m I tMall 4:o6 a.m
tAixom'ilatloa.ll :M a.m KipreM U :I0 a.m
tEIrcel 4:p.m Aecomdatio..4:05 p.m
MISS CKNTHAL H. K.
Vail -. 4: a m tMall ... .. 5:ip.m
(Kiprw. Hi:6am tKiprew 11:30 a.m
ST. L. AC. K it. (Narrow Oauc.)
KxprfK l'ra a.m I 'Kapren 4:HS p.m
Accoiu'datton. l:iip.m 'Accom uatoiu u.uo p.m
hT L.. I.M 8. R.K.
Rxpr.:i U: inp.m tUiprem :?" P m
tAccom uatiou. ;.wp m tAccom'datlon ll :4i a.m
WABAKU. ST. I.0HIS PACIFIC K'Y CO.
Val! fcx .... 5:00 vm Mall Ex.... ;p m
Dal'.y except Sunday. Dally.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
v. . ' ...
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Lino llunninsj
9 DAILY TRAINS
Making Dirkot Connection
TitAiNa lw..CiUi MuUi
Arrlvincln 8t. Loult :4S a.m.: Chlcano, 8:30 p.m.;
Coiincrtmc at Udln and KiBngham for tfncin
natl, LoulMdllo, luillamipolia and point! Bwt.
11:1(1 t.n. Ht. Ioviia uiul Wtvrn
Arrlvitiftti St. Lnul7:0Sp. m., and eonncctllig
for all poliita Weft.
-4:J() li.m. V'timt KxproM.
JorSt. l.ouln and Clilcu'o. arrlvm at8t. l.oul
W:4Up in., and Chicago":! a m.
4:U) p m.Cini'iimittl WxprPtm.
Arrlvlm- ai ClnclmiMI 7: a.m.; I.omivillo 7:50
, a m.; liHllaiiiipolla 4:11 a.m. l'aaawiKri hy
thiH iruln reach tlio abovu point 1U to JJ
HuCMS lu ailvuucu of any otbor routo.
tVTlio4:'JO p. m. pri ha PULLMAN
SI.KHI'lNtt CAIt Cairo to Cincinnati, without
channel", and through iluupura to 81. Lonla and
K:;irtt Tim o 1'iiiHt.
.1 dfl5Clltlr4 r)l ,,0 without any (Inlay
cauniit by Hntulay Inuirvcnlmr. The Saturday aflor
noon train from Calm arrive In new York Monday
mortiititatl"i:&'. Tltlrty-ilx hour in advaucoof
ny other rontu. .....
fffl'dt through ticket! and fnrtbur lufontiutlon,
"Jab" JOHNSON. , , J. U.JONKS.
Oun. Houthurit AonU TlrKut Aitcnt
A. II. HANSON, (Inn. Pm. Atfont. Uilcaao
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TWAINS HUN AS FOLLOWS.
Bxtiroi"i and Mall lenvtm Cairo, every day oxcept
... . ' a y . . ft ... a : . . J t"1R it m
Bom my, ill io a. m. Arn.. " i" . .
A(xom.iUtl'itlvMHtl:" P- &
pan. at I ;) p. in,
QEOR013 II. LEACH i M. I).
' IMivician and Sursoon,
u ..i Hi. ....it.... .Hi.l in iltn Ititmitniiiilhlfi trimt
ni't;ifii nipi niii urn imi u hi a
niuut nl iitKlealdliuiwu,audllaaua,oi woman
and rhllilrcu. m
Oillco: on MlbitMOt, oppoiltu tLo I'oilOIDce,
(J. W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood aud Kiiidlimr
con.tantly on band
At Seveuty-flvo wnts per load.
At one dollar per load.
The "trimming." are eoarae ahavlnid and make
mo ui'ni euwmer wooa lor cooking purpr-e.a. well
aa tha eheaptat ever aold In Cairo, for black
.mlth'a uaelnaettlug Urea, they are unequalled
uuavoyuor oraera a i wo 'l ento lireel wooa vara
O g bf
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE iSi STATES.
On r.nd iftr Monday. June 7th, and until further
notice tbefenyboat willmako trlpa aa follow.:
MATia LIATII LIAT1
foot Fourth at. Mir.onrl L&od'g. KonturkyLdg.
8:00 a m. 8:3n a. m. 9 a.m.
10:00a.m. 10:30a.m. 11 a. m.
J :00 p.m. 2:80 p.m. J p. m.
l:W;f.m. 4:30 p.m. 5;00 p. m.
J r. m. 3:&0 p.m. I p.m
THK II AI.MDAY.
A Now and Coinph'tii "1 1 - t ! . frontlni; ou Lcvec
hecoud and Kailrouu htrcoti",
Tb I'ai".oni;i'r D'-imt of tdo ChlrKi'o, St. Lonla
an jow Orleana: Illinol" Central; Wabash. St.
Lout and 1 antic; Iron .VountHiu and .Vinthurn,
Mobile and Ohio; Cairo and St. Loins Hull way e
are all Jnot acm.a the atrvet; while the Steamboat
Landliii! In lint one .'inure dixtant.
Thin Hotel l heated by .team, ban .team
Laundry, Hydraulic Elevator, Klurtrlr (Jail Bell!",
Automatic Kiro AUrtna, Hatha, abaoliitoly pure air,
pnrtiir.t Kewcra'o and complete uppotutuiunt.
nupern mruiFUiu; pcrteci rurvicu; aun au uu
I.. 1. I'AHKKH .V. C().,Ibp"b
ALEXANDER COUNTY .
Commercial Avenue! ami Eiulilli Street,
OA I HO, ILLS.
P. HU0SS. l'NKldeut. I P. NKKK. Vice Tre.'nt
11. WKLL.S, CiishbT. T. J. Kvrlh, Aaa't cash
K, Bro.. - Cairo I William Kittte. .Cairo
Peter Neir " William won.... "
C.M Octerloh " ICO. I'atler "
E. A. Under " I II .Wells "
J. Y, Clum.otii Caledonia.
A UEXEKAt HANKING BUSINESS DONE.
Exr.lianuo aold nndboiiuht. Interert paid In
the Havlnir Department. Colloctloua mudo and
all btiBlnea promptly uttenuua to.
pW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIJM CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1EU &c CO.,
Oor.NlnatoenthitreUt) Pnivn Til
ContmiirclalAyonua VttlJU. lilt
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY
Ol Culro. IUinois.
71 OUIO LEVEE.
A Oeueral Banking business
TH03. V. IIA-IlaiJAY.
JNTKRPKISE 8AVINU BANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TIIG8. SV. IIAILIl) AY,
C O A. L
D Stoves 1)
. V V
S Tinware. B
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUB. GBAIN AND HAY
Egyp tian Flouring Mills
Hisrheat Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'8 PA.TENT
Wholosale Dealer in Ico.
ICE BY T1IE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
I" OKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Special tv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
UKEKA 1 EUREKA ! !
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUB-
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Orpanlxcd Jul? 1Kb, 1877, Under the Laws o
tho Mate of Illinois. Copyrighted Julv
8, 1877, Undor Act of Congress.
P. (I. SCIltlU Proaldent
('. T. ItUDI) Vice Premdeot
J. A. (iOLDSTINE Treasurer
J. .1. (H)HDON Medical Advioer
THOMAS LKWI8.. Ser.rutar"
JOHN C. WUITK Aaaiatant bvcrelary
11. LEKIHTON, L. h. THOMAS,
J. C. WHITE, W. r. PITCUEK,
J. 8. WcOAllKY.
William Htratton, ofHtrutton A lilrd, wholeia1u
grocer.; Paul U. Schub, wholesale and retail dtuic
Sitl; Iluzou Lulxhtou, cominiaalon merchant; J a.
. McUabcy, lumber dealer; J. J. (lordon, pbya
irlau; J. A. Goldotlmi, of (liililstine (t Koiinwiiter,
wholeaalu aud retail drv (.'ikkIh, etc; Win.K. Pitch
er, general aKent; linn rv H. Kill, city printer and
book hinder; Cbu.ley ltayuua, Cooper; Jnn, C.
White, aaaiatant aecrotnry and aollrltor: Albert
Lewla, dealer in flour and Bruin; F. ltroxa, presi
dent Alexander Countv Hnnk ; O. W. Hundrlcka,
conlrurtor and builder; Cyrtia Clo.o, uenural
iontiTliomii8 Lewla, aecrvtary and attorney at
law L.8, ThoniBH, broom manufacturer; W. K
KiiMel, contractor and l.nllder; C. T, Itudd
anout C. Ht. L. N. 0. rullaoad ;Moua Phl))ip,car
nutilur! II . A. rimmhUv Riiiitractor. Cairo. Ills.,
ftev. J. Bprncer, clergvman.bt iA'tila, Mo.; J. II.
bethuuu, circuit clerk, MivaloKlppt county, Chanel
ton, Mo. ; J. U. Monro , lawvor, uoinmnrse. mo. .
I). SIliKb'tarv, pbvalr.lnn, Arlington, Ky. ; J. W,
Tarry, phvalclan, Kultou, Kt.; Wm. Kyan, farmer,
milllTi DT n DbUi.Kii.,.., wmuM im.iii
dlerv, Evanavlllo, Ind.jlka Anderaou, aecrotary
toauparlntontioniC Ht. l. h o. raiiroaa,
on, Tenn.J. 8. KoberUon, phvilaUn, whlta-
vlllu 'I'utin i Thnmu A. f Intuirn. hmrneNa maker
Bolivar, Ten .iWni.L. Wilker, "CUltt Advur-
t.L(nir iiiunr"' TIiill ftnrtnira. Mia.
MORNING. MAY 4, 1882.
W. F. Lamuj)in, river editor of Tint Itin.i.uw
and itcamhoat pasaongor aifent. Ordera for all
kliila of Btuaraboat Job printing aollclted. Ofllco
at Pliiutera notul, No. 51 Ohio loveo.
Tim Gus Fowler arrived liutt eveuiug at
2:0. Slio had a lnrfu cftlia pnBHonger
lint. Several merchants of I'aducah who
camo down ou her, left on tlio evening
triin forWt. Lou'ib and Chicago. .
Tho Jas. W. Gaif from Cincinnati ar
rived yesterday morning at 10:30. Shu
had a fiao freight trip and a good many
jiaHsongors, and added some nix or ciulit
more hero. On tho Galls roturn next Min
day, ehu will take passengers to Cincinnati
and return for 12.00 tho round trip with
tneali included while iu.port during tho
great Musical Festival which takes place
there ou the 15th, 10th and 17th of this
The 6uamer City of llulena for St.
Louis, left here yesterduy morning ut b
The Golden Rule, from Cincinnati, is
due this morning for New Orleans. The
Rulo is a p&laco to travel on and no boat
that floats can surpass her for elegance,
conitort and high living.
Remember tho Andy Bautu this morning
is due here for Cincinnati, Tho liaum is a
first class boat and parties who may be so
fortunate as to secure transportation wilh
Capt. Vinton, her geDial and popular mus
ter, will never regret the trip. Mr. Mc
Devens her courteous purser, will be found
in tho office. For passage rates apply to
W. F. Lambdin, Agent. Office at Planters
Yesterday was warm aud sultry with a
good shower in the afternoon.
The U. P. Schenck will be the next boat
down following tho Rule to Now Orleans.
TheC. W. Anderson from Nashville is
duo here this morning. Capt. Fred Wyutt
commands this pleasant packet of the
"Wild Suwanee" and Mr. Wiley Parinen
ter has charge of the book-keeping de
partment. The Anderson will leave here
this evening on her return trip to Tennes
Yesterday was a dull day for steamboat
. Capt. W. P. Wright has a fine lot of
freight socured for the Golden Rule.
The A. B. Saflbrd is doing a nice little
business as a Cairo and Mound City packet.
on the wharf -Doat'awaitiug the arrival of
tne Fannie Tatum, Tuesday evening, was
arrested for imbibing too freely in Cairo
tanglefoot, through the pleadings of his
wife, who was with him, the court dis
missed the charge preferred against him
and he left a happior and much wiser
The Fannio Tatum was delayed at IV
ducahon account of a large amount of
freight sho received there. She passed
here at 12 o'clock Tuesday night for St.
More fun in steamboat circles The
Fannie Tatum is soon to havo a formidable
opponcut. Her competitor is tho largo
stern-wheel steamer Uudsnn, receutly
a packet in tho Cincinnati and Big Sandy
packet trade, and Capt. John Griffith is
to lie her commander. Fanuie, you had
better look to your laurels.
The City of Greenville for St. Louis ar
rived last night, and discharged 850 bales
of cotton for tho east.
The fine Anchor lino Bteamer W. P.
Ilalliday, due for New Orleans this morn
ing. The John L. Rhodes, from St. Louis,
destined for Fittsburg will land hero this
The John B. Maudo for Memphis to
day. Tho City of Provideuco lor Vicksburg,
arrived last cvoniug at 0 o'clock from St.
Tho Chas. Morgan, for Cincinnati, on
tho way up from Now Orleans paid her no
spects last night landed hero, received a
lot of local and loft on double-ijuick time.
Tho river marked by tho gauge last even
ing at this point at one p.m., 32 feet !l
Cincinnati, May 3-6 p.m. River 23 feet
2 inches and falling.
Pittsburg, May a p.m. River 4 feet
4 inches aud falling.
St. Louis, Mayj3-0 p.m. River 24 feet
4 inches and falling.
Nashville, May 3-0 p.m. River 0 feet
5 inches and fallidg.
Mr. Bradley, editor and proprietor of tho
Chicago Conservator, an influential paper,
published in tho iuterest of tho colored
race, is in tho city.
Follows' Compound Syrup of Hypophov
phites is not only tho most reliable romcdy
for Consumption, but It M ft speciflo also
for Bronchitis and Asthma.
RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT AND
At tho regular monthly meeting of tho
board of Managers at tho Widows, and Or
plmns Mutual Aid Society of Cairo 111.,
held on tho second day of May A. I). 1882.
Messrs. J. A. Golddthie, II. Loighton and
Thomas Lewis, were appointed a commit
tho to prepare and report suitable restilu
tions, in regard to the death of Brother
White. The following preamble and reso
lutions were presented and unanimously
Whereas, it has pleased nn all Providence
to call from our midst, Brother John C.
White, who has been an active and zealous
member of this society from its organiza
tion, and while from homo working in its
intwoBt, was stricken down with disease
which terminated in death, theHoro bo it.
Resolved, that iif his death this Society
haB lust an appreciative Brother this board
an emcieni meniiier, tne executive commit
tee a Taluablo Secretary, tho family a de
vout and indulgent husband and futhnr,
tho church with which ho was connected
an ardent advocate, and this community an
old settler and respected citizen.
Resolved, that wo tender tho bereaved
widow ami sorrow stricken children and
relatives, our sincere and heartfelt condo
Resolved, that these-
spread upon tho records of this society, and
tno necretary transmit a copy to the family,
also furnish copies to the papers of tho city
J. A. GOI.llSTINK, 1
II. Lkioiiton, t Committee.
Thomas Lkwis, )
N. B. Notwithstanding tho lariro corns
of members in this board, this is tho first
death that has occurred cither of officers
or managers. Thomas Litwis, Sec'y.
The Hotel Waiter,
Aa Been by the ' Texas Sininja" Man,
The hoUd waiter is a man whoso busi
ness is to make you unit for your meals
unless you givo him half a dollar to on
courago him in making a f;ust record.
Tho hotel waiter in the So.uth is a col
ored man, who can make h:isto more
slowly than any other creaturoon earth.
Like tho waiter that ho carries tho dish
es on, ho is black and polished. If you
place half a dl!aronthe first-mentioned
waiter, it makes an impression on tho
other waiter. He is called a waiter be
cause ho is supposed to wait ou tho
guest, (the waited,) but tho latter is
really the waiter.
, As soon as the waiter has got yon in
a chair, he hands you tho bill of faro,
and (uisunnn an expression of counton
nanee that is calculated to create tho
impression that ho can read. Thcnuun
ory of tho average waiter is extraordi
nary. .Socio say that it is because, liko '
sumo men's consciences, it is never used;
Avu ulut "-tiititttiit, msii iuuaj nun icnitrci"
fully uttontive behind adrummor's chair,
while the hungry drummer reads oil' his
selections, something in tho following
"Oonsonimo of macaroni; baked red
snapper with brown sauce; sugar-cured
tongue; green gooso with apple-suueo
(and don't you forget that apple-sauce);
roat beef (an outside piece, cut thin);
frieasse rabbit, fanners' stylo; baked
macaroni nn pamiesau; braized oigeon
a la Jardiniere; tripo fried in batter,
with tomato sauce; onions; lima beans;'
mashed potatoes; squash, aud chow
chow." It is still more wonderful to sen tho
waiter return, uftcr un absence of forty
fivo minutes (during which time the
drummer drinks three glasses of iec-wa-ier).
with an entirely different assort
ment of food. This is where evidences
of his wonderful memory shino forth
like a parlor-mutch in a deep pantry.
He remembers to forget every bhing.
"Forgot it, sah; very sorry, sah," the
waiter says, as he hands you tho mus
tard ami smiles in a conciliatory way.
Ami that brings us to smiles.
The colored waiter is nil smiles. Ho
fiiniles on tho slightest provocation,
whereas tho white waiter of tho North
never suiiles. Tho ordinary colored
waiter sometimes becomes a head-waiter,
ufter which ho never smiles, but,
with arms folded a hi Nnpoleon ou tho
Island of St. Helena, assumes a solemn
nml dignified position in tho iniddlo ol
Plants in the Kitchen.
Plants thrive in the kitchen provided
it is sunny and add miieh to its com
fortable appearance. Why uot cultivate
tho useful as well as ornamental? Pars
ley, chives, cress, lettuce, shallots and
herbs of various kinds belong to this
class, Theso may be grown singly in
flower pots, or u w indow box to contain
tho entire collection may bo provided.
Iu either cae tho perennial or biennial
species, such as parsley, chives, sage,
etc., should be transplanted, but not re
moved to tho kitchen before freezing
nights threaten. Scuds of cross, lettuce,
radishes, etc., limy bo sown any tiino
after the boxes an! iu thoir permanent
quarters. It would Imi well to stem a
few potd of parsley In tho cellar, as a
reserve for replacing those that may
lack in vigor or become exhausted. A
kitchen wiudo box, with geraniums or
petunias iu tho center, green herbs and
pink blooming chives its a middlo bord
er, tho curly leaves of parsley and cross
es hanging over tho edgesund sides, and
English . and (Icrmau ivies twining
around tho window frame, woukl form
bright foreground to the snow-covered
landscape without. Not only pleasuro
and enjoyment might thus bo addod to
the precincts of tho kitchen, but many
an aromatic herb for llavorlng, and
many crisp, fresh leaves for garnishing,
u choice- dish, might bo picked from tho
kitchen window garden. Think of thin,
housekeepers, and try thoplanfor your
solvua tioxt wiutcr. ,
A paper of unquestionably largo cliy
culiitiou' -A paper of tobacco. - J
Contempt of Court.
Tho famous and witty John Baldwin,
for indulging in contemptuous languago
in nn Allegany County Justice's Court,
was sentenced to imprisonment in tho
Angelica Jail for twenty days. By his
own assurance and daring, however, he
managed to escape. After tho Justice
had pronounced this seutenco upon Bald
win he proceeded to draw tho mittimus
which empowered the constnblo to take
tho disrespectful lawyer into custody.
Tho Justice, who was an indifferent and
slow penman, was a long tifno in pre
paring tho somewhat technical docu
ment. Baldwin, who watched the pro
ceedings with tho deepest interest, wait
ed until tho magistrate was about tosiffla
the warrant, when ho suddenly scizedfa
largo ink-stand full of ink nnd prurod
its contents over tho fearful paper, de
stroying in an instant tho hard work of
ATI llNltr TKld jinnn V mm,ntf,-1 V.ta
........ ..... i..,.w, ,U II1UUUU.U U19
horsn and escaped into Steulien County
beyond the reach of another mittimus. 1
In tho early days of Buffalo a leadm
er wiut artiuing a cause in me uourt
of Common Pleas wdiero ouo of tho sido
judges presided tho first judgo not be
ing on tho bench. To show his superi
ority, tho Judge often put irritating ques
tions to tho counsel. To help tho matter
along, tho two other sido judges on tho
bench annoyed tho lawyer in a similar
At last he could enduro this no long
er, and paujing in the midst of his argu
ment, ho said: "If your Honors will
excuse mo I would liko to say that this
court reminds mo of a,.Virginia- rag-bai?
"Wcrf, sir, what kind of a team doyou
call that?" tusked the Judge.
"It is a team, your Honor, composed
of two mules ami a jackass"
For this tho lawyer was lined $15 and
two days' imprisonment Rochester
A Wonderful Telephone.
Mexican papers contain an accountof
an invention by a scientific gentleman
of that country of a telephono which
easily carries the sound of tho voico to
tho distance of fifteen hundred miles.
One paper, in commenting on an inven
tion which may well make North Ameri
can inventors look to their laurels, says:
"Until now no telephonic apparatus had
been able, in the regular course of busi
ness, to transmit sound more than nine
ty miles. It is to bo desired that tho
Minister of Public Works will boldly
profit by the utilization of so notable and
useful an invention."
Tlio Hon. Martini. Townsend. of Tmv
N. Y., United District Attorney for that
district, is quoted as saying that ho
studied tho dead and living languages,
nnd adding: "In all my researches I
have never yet found words strong
enough to express my supremo contemn!
for a man who will sit all day on a hem
lock board and watch nine jackasses play
etijov the game unless he can compre
hend" it but once comprehended, it is a
rarer sport than Olympus ever saw.
Dun'l Plunk, of Brooklyn. Tioira Co' Pa..
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A Popular Tonic
FOU'WK.VK LUNtIS AND CONSUMPTION.
No preparation ever introduced to the
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pleasant tasto and agreeable flavor, will
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away with pulmonary weakness of tho re
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and Rye. Chicago Times.
On Thirty Day's Trial.
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Address. Voltaic Belt.Cu.. Marshall. Mich.
'tiVotHcr lias Recovcri'd"
wroto an Illinois girl to hor eastern rela
tives. "Sho took Lifters for a loug time
but without any good. So when she heard
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box and it has completely cured her, so
that bho can do as much work now as she
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R. W. C. J0C1FLYN,
OKFICR-Elithtb Street, near Oome-trclal Avani,
,tt. E. W. WHITLOCK,
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