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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY l), 1882.
" MayorN.B. Thwtlewood.
Treasurer T. J, Korth.
Clerk-Dtniila. J, Koley.
Counselor Wm. B. Ullbert.
Slarahal-L. II. Meyer,,
buabu or AUIIHIIIN.
lrt Wrd-Wni.Mcnlo.T. M. Klmbrongb
Hucond WardJeeae Uinkle, C.N. Unghee.
1 v. ir.i Ward H. K. Ulaka. John Wood.
Fourth Ward Cuarlea 0. Patter, Adolpb 8wo-
Kifth Ward-T. W. Hallldar, KrneitB. Fettlt.
Circuit Judge I). J. Baker.
Circuit Clurk A. H. lnrln.
County Judge K. d Yocum.
County Clerk H. J. Iltitura.
Couuty Attorney J. M. Damron.
oiiutvTreaurr-Mlle, W. Parker.
Hherllf John Hodiiui.
Coroner 11. FHkt11.
C'oDiitT Commlnelouore T.
Ulbhe ad i'etnr Haup.
W. UaUlday, J. A
nAIKO BAPTIST Corner Tenth and Poplar
Jetreet; preaching firm aud thtru Sunday, 10
rack ijonto, tl a
ra. and 7:30 p. I
m.; prayer meet
ichool, 11:80 a m
Key. A. J. UBSS. Pastor
"tllCKCU OF TUB HEDEBME& (Kpleconal)
Kj Fourteenth tret; Bunday 7:0Ua m., Uoly
Knruartel; :S0 a. m , Sunday acbool; 11.00 a.m.,
Morning rrarere: 7:sop. ., veiling rrayura. r.
P. bavenport, S. T. fl. Hector.
T.-MKST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHCRCU.-
r Pruuhtnir at U) :8U a. lb.. I D. in., and 7 :80 p. m.
.tabhatb acbool at 7:80 p. ni Uev. T. J. Shoree,
f CTU BRAN -Thirteenth itreat; a(xr1tee Bab-
1 J batb 1 a. m. ; Sunday acbool 1p.m. Key
Eight and Walnut ttreeta,
Tl Prear.Mng Hi
t-nnday be boot at
Sabbath U:(a. m
and 7 :B0 p. m
8:00 p. m. Kev. J. A. Scar rati,
IJHEfiBYTBKtAN Eighth etreel; preaching on
Stleih at 11:U) a. m. and 7:80 p. m.; prayer
m.ietliig Wediieadav at 7:Wp. m.; Sunday
at 3 p. hi- K" B. V. Oeorge, paator.
OT. JOSEPH'S - Human Catholic) Corner Croe,
O and Walnut atrvete; WH( Bahbath IU:sua.
r..; Sunday Hchool at p. m.; Verpere I p. m.; er
ncee erery day at a a. m. Hot . O'Uara, PrleM.
ST PATRICK'S Roman CaUiollc) Corner Ninth
etreet and Washington aveuue; aerrlcee Sab
bath 8 and 10 a. m. ; Veaper, S p. m. ; Sunday School
I p. in . aervtco aver? day at I a- m. Kev. Mutientoo
II. It. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R.
TRAIN IIIAMT. TaAHAnHIVl
Mall ....S:1S a m I tMall 4: a.m
tccoru'datlon.ll:ll a m Bipree 11:10 a.m
tKxpru.e 4: pm I Aecomdatloa..4:OC pm
MISS CENTRAL K. R.
tMall -. 4:a m I tMall.... .. . .. 5:"p m
tKipron- 10:15a m tBiprea, 11: a m
ST. U 4 C. K H (Narrow Oaojsa )
BiprfM- W:'JS a.m I BtprM 4:Mp.m
Aicm'dlluu. 1 JJ p m I Accoia'datoln U.O! p.m
ST L , I.M ft 8, K R.
tBiprcf U:v m I tBiprea... t:V p m
tAifom aaium. .ip m tAccom'datlon.U :i5 a.m
WABASU. bT. LOI IS PACIFIC K'Y CO
Mall A Ki .... S'lVvn aMU A Hi.... 9. J' p m
Dally except tiunday. t Dally,
MOBILE S. OHIO R. R
Mall Ji.io, 1 Mall -.7 IS p.m.
Ktproat 6 J'a.m I Expra T i'.p m.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R.
Shortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Lino Hunuin
9 DAILY TRAINS
Making Dirkct Connection
TbjU' Liati Caino:
3:1 fiu in. Mail,
Arrtvlug !n St. Uu,t J a.m . Chicago. .&) p.m. ;
CouuecUUK at Odin and KUtiKham fur Clncln
calt.'Loulavllle, Indlanapoll, and polnu Xat.
11:10 turn. Ioui and Weatern
arrlvlni( In St. Loola 7)5 p. w., aud cunuectln
r aii point Weal.
-4:'JO i.m. ViMt Kpna.
or St. Lou la and CblcAiio. arrlnou at 8t. Loall
10:40 p m., and Chicago 7 l a m.
1 L'O p m. CincinnHti Eipwa.
ArrlTlng at Clnctnuatl 7 .00 a.m.; Loan till a 7"J0
am.; Indlanatnilla 4 00 a.m. Putencvra by
thla train rvach lha above polnu 1U to 3o
HUL KS In advance of any other route.
ipreaa haa PULLaAN
Ki kKFlNG CAR Cairo
to Cincinnati, without
chancea, aud through aleopert to St. Lout, and
Fast Timo Kast.
I lMJIl;tIS rrn point, without any delay
ranged by Muudar lntervunluf. Th, Saturday after
noon train fro en Calm arrive In now York Monday
morning at lo :u. Thirty U boarala advance of
By other haia,
IVVur thronh tlcketa and further Information,
tpplv at Ullaola Central Railroad Dpot, Cairo.
JA8. JOUNSON, J. U. J0NKS.
Ova. Mouthor Aent Ticket ArtaU
A.U. UANSON.Umd. Pam, AKcnt. Chicago
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAINS RUN A3 FOLLOWS . "
BxpK,, ami Mall Wave, Cairo, every day except
Buuitav, at I0:i a. m. Amvwa :J5 p. m.
Accommodation arrlvea at ll: p. ut. ani do
part, at I :i) p. iw
E0UGE II. LEAC1I, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
Hpoclnl attention paid to th Homeopathic treat
mvnt of aurKtcaldlavaaea, andillaeaiea of womau
entice: oulltbitMiit, oppotltathe roet Office,
a W. C. J0CELTN,
OfFICK-Elichth Street, near Comnrerclal Avante
U. E W. WHITLOCK,
OrnoB-No. 1M OommorcU) Avaaat, bttwN
Xghtb tail Nlutb Btrou
(J. W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
couitftutly on bind
At Seventy-five cents per load.
C1 A. rw.
At one dollar per load.
The "trlmmlng,"are eoaraeahavlntfiand make
.r ' "au,n"'r woo ior cooklnK purponea a well
a the ciwapeet ever aold In Cairo. Vor black
mlth netneltlni(tlra, they are unequalled
"i""' me l enin atieei wood yard
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On andafU-r Monday, Jane 7th. and until tnrthet
nuuee mcivnynoa; win make trip, as folio,:
t:30 a. n.
li):50 a. m.
t so p. m.
a to p.m.
KiL'.nriy Ld (.
Pool fourth l.
:00 a m.
8 a. m.
11 a. ra
10:00 a. ta.
i.t p. m.
New and Complete HiU'l, fronting oq Uivee
rcona aua nariruad streeta.
Tb ra,tierr Denot of rha Chlra.vim t ni
a if ( tiricanr: liimol. Ceatral, Wa;ah. M
U)Uta autl Tactile; Iron Mountain and Southern.
MuMie and Ohio; Cairo and St. Louie Rauaaya
are all Jut aenwe the atnt: whUe the Sttamboat
uauninKiv nut one ciuarr uiftant,
lnietiotcl I, 6eati-il hy ,ti-m, haa ateara
Laumlry. Hjrdrauilc Klevator, Electric Call IWIIs.
Automatic Plre-A!rmB. Batha. abaolntoly pure air,
V"rttr nu tompieie appntntmenta.
r7, 'uruiainj.-; pcrrect rv!ce; and an an
I'AHKKK At C(..l..Bew
Commercial Aveuue aud EiurbtU Street,
OA I HO. ILLS.
F. BROSS, Preld?nl IP. NBKF, Vice Preant
U.WEU.S, Cmhtor. I T. J. Eerth, Ata't eah
P. Broa....MM. Ca'ro I William Klnte. .Cairo
PtttetNoo William Wolf... . "
CM tvtcrloh " ICO I'atler . "
E. A. Budcr " I U W ,
J. Y. Clcui.on, Calcdouia.
AUEEK.VL BANKING BUSINESS DONE.
Exchange aold and bought. Iutureit paid la
the Mavtug, IVpartmetit. Colleotious made and
all buatneej prvmptljr attended to.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND, RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THE CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATlElt it CO..
Cor. Nineteenth timet 1
Conunerua! Avenue i
rpilE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. IllinoiM.
71 OUIO LEVEE.
A tieucral Banking1 buainews
TH08. V. IIALLIDAY.
JMKKntlSE SAVING BANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TIIOS. W. IIALLIDAY,
O A L
MILL AND COKHI8SI0N.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hltrheat Caah Price Paid for Wheat.
PROPRIETOR OP SPROAT'8 PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
CE BY THE CAR LOAD OR T0N.WELI
?nm) FOR SHIPPING
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Le?ee,
Stillman's ELIXIR of LIFE
A purely Vegetable Blood Pnrtder. and guaran
teed to cure S caaea In 100. or money rufutded.
Tho above reward wtll be paid for a remedy which
will cure a many cae of Malaria. Fever and Ague,
Dyapepiia, Rheurnatiam. Catarrh, Liver and Kid
nel)ueaea. -J5,Jo bottka aold on Ira merit,
without advertlriag. In wven years. " If biliou,,
languid, and yoor amhltlon I, gone, life la gloomy.
Trr one bottle. It will convince yon of ita auporl
orlty over any other remedy. If yon have an IIu
mors of the Skin or blood, from whatever cauae,
thla Elixir will core It when all other remedies
have failed. Auk your drugglat for It. Prica $1
andfi. A -dollar b-jitle ent by expreta Pre
paid. MTdbyA. L. STI1LMAN A CO., New
or circular free. H. C. WILLARD,
Agent C. S. and Canada, Troy, N. Y.
KEOlLAtt CAIRO AND
HENRY B. TAYLOR-.
Leave, Padacah for Cairo daliy (Sunday, except
ant a.m. and Mound City ill p d. Return-Da-.
Leavea Cairo at p. m. Mound. City at 5p. m.
THE A. B. SAFF0RD.
Dally packet between Calm
tain Andle Owen.
Learn Cairo...- ..-.t:) A. M.
fiouau vuy.. , 9:;k)
Mound City ,
1:30 P. M
..4:) " "
BleamitT Sllmrthnrn 17 ft 1... .k . m r
Nsam: 4 ft, vts j;..::..":.Lu.?'u.,,.,7-
lametar; 4 ftxH ttroka; 4 bollera, lnchea diame
ter, li fuet long. Thti boat and machinery ta ta s
tellene repair, and ttt good running order; aha haa
run cabin and la aoe of the bent light draught
Soat; on the tUot. For term, apply to. or addreaa
w j.iarnef Baater,at lllckmao, Keotnckr: or
W i T. I.aubdln m a.lltn. f h,, d. .,(... i
w .r, Lambuih, river editor of Tiu Iluixn
and iemboat pasMnirur aKmt. Orders for all
Kimaorneamboat Job printing aoiieitud. OfHce
al Plttutora Hotel, No. 51 Ohio levee.
, STAGES OK THE RIVER.
The river marked by tho gauge last even
ing at tins point at ne p.m., 30 feet 8
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, May 86 p.m. River 20 foot
2 inches and rising.
i ittsburg, May 8-f p.m. River 0 feet
1 inches and rising.
Louisville, May 8th 0 p.m. 10 foct 6 in
ches in the canal and rising.
.Nashville, May 86 p.m. River 5 feet
6 inches and falling.
St. Louis, May 8 C p.m. River 3 feet
Yesterday waaclcar and pleasant.
Business on the wharf yesterday
The W. W. O'Neil passed here last even-
ing with a tow of twenty odd pieces loaded
lue Inos W. Means with a very heavy
tow of lumber for St. Louis, rassed here
last evening at 3 o'clock.
a- 'i - i ...
uiie a number ot sail boats were cut
on the river in front of the city yesterday,
Bailing up and down the streams.
The towboat Henry L iurey of the M. V.
T. Co., left hero lat evening at 4 o'clock
with five barges henvily laden with freight
for New Orleans.
The Buckeye State, for Pittsburg from
bt. Louis, passed up the Ohio yesterday
with two barges of ore besides a good
freight trip on board.
The Ous Fowler had a heavv freight of
tobacco yesterday from Paducah and a
very large passenger list. She left on her
return trip at 6 p. m.
I be beautiful steamer City of Cairo
from New Orleans arrived last evening at
:50. She had a fine passenger trip and
left for St. Loui9 at 8 o'clock.
The City of Greenville for Vicksburg,
came out of the Missisitippi from St. Louis
last night. She received both freight and
passengers for Memphis and Vicksburg and
departed at 1 a.m.
The Annie P. Silver, for New Orleans
left St. Louis with a big trip, and arrived
here yesterday morning at 8 :30 with nearly
all the freight she wanted, but added con
siderable here, and left for the Crescent
City at 3 p.m.
Tl. . YlTm7 m . .
tuejonn u jiauae from siempnis ar
rived at 11 :30 yesterday morninc She
had a largo passenger trip, having received
good many passengers from the OaiT
which broke hershaftat Gleason's Landing
The Maude left for.St. Loui9 at 2 p.m.
We are credibly informed that the col'
ored citizens of Cairo contemplate an ex
curaion to Paducah next Sunday. If
they succeed in procuring a suitable boat
Cairo will be represented at Paducah by
both white and colorod excursionists of
The New Mary Houston from Cincin
nati is due here to-morrow morning for tho
Crescent City. Passeagers going south
can secure no mode of transportation more
pleasant and with officers who study the
comfort of their guests. Capt.W. B. Mil
xvememoer me vim isninme come up
from Memphis and will land here on her
way to Cincinnati arriving there the even
ing previous to the great musical festival
which takes place on the 16th inst., con
tinuhig iour days, tor tickets apply at
Planters House to W. F. Lambden, pssden-
A grand time to-night at The ILtlliday
House. A large delegation of Knights
Templars from Taducah and vicinity will
take passage oa the packet Ous Fowler for
Cairo to-day. She arrives hero this even
ing at 3 0 clock, and will remain until
midnight, when the delagation, after the
grand supper, will repair to the boat and
return to their homes.
The Will Kyle, one of the finest of the
big O line will report here this evening for
Cincinnati. The Kyle has the verv best of
accommodations on deck and in the cabin,
her rooms are large, well ventilated and
elegantly furnished. Capt. Lew Kaes is
her popular chief, and Messrs. Alexander
and Young are her clerks. Passengers
goinj? north by water should surely secure
rooms on this splendid steamer.
Sunday night was very stormy, and de
cidedly rough on steamboats. The B. S.
Rhea, from, Nashville was caught in the
gale at Grand Chain and bad pretty
tough, seige. battlinu; with the turbulent
waiters, but the came out first best, and
anded here at midnight. She had an ex
cursion party of ladies and gentleman from
Nashville. She received 2000 sacks of
corn bert with a lot of mjnllnnooui
freight arid wveral passengers. 8h de
pr1J t 3 pjn f9r the CoaiberUnd.
PasseugcrB who took the Gaff at Mem
phis for various points on the Ohio.broucht
information by steamer Maude, which
boat they were transferred to. Bayinc tho
Gaff, with a large trip of freight and some
forty cabin passengers whilst endeavoring
to land broke her eh Aft and had to abandon
trip. Tho accident occurrod Sunday
morning at 11 o'clock, there being no telo
graphic communication from there, the
Nuauue was tno availabio source that was
had to learn of the accident. We had 14
passengers secured for the Gaff which left
by rail and packet Rhea and Fowler last
evening. The old adage. Its ill wind that
serves no ono's advantage was sensibly felt
by the writer.
AJOSCdoteS of tha Georgia Politician and Rail
roader. Gen. Gordon il ordnrrfa Cnrnnn Via.
fore lon on important business connect
ed with the develonmnnt
find the buildinv of navr riiilrnnlj In tlm
southwest With tho general's cnorgy,
which keeps him always on the go, there
is a fenial nlnvfnl
about him that makes his presence con
genial to all, both old and young; and
probably no agent could be sont abrond
more likely to win success. Everybody
seems to love him; children hang around
him, ladies flatter him, old men seek h
companv. and audionrr.q urn chtmu,!
by his eloquence. Gen. Robert E. Lt
yielded to the fascination of bis gcnitvi
and involuntarily rendnrnd it An immn
" tutu "
tal tribute in an incident that was ..sub.
lime In ita crandeur. It was at Ar-
pomattox court-house Grant had de
manded Lee's surrender nnrf 1m hnA
refused; another day had prwsed: Lee
sent word to Gordon to know whether
anvthin-r more could ho dnnr! with
handful of men Gordon confronted an
impenetrable barrier of steel; "It's hope
less," was Gordon's reply. When Leo
heard Gordon's opinion ho dropped his
bead and Baid: "Then we have dono all
that can bo dono," and consented to sur
render. As long as Gordon hoped. Leo
With all the general's gaycty and
imagination, he Is, and always has boen
sincerely a pious man, and never went
into an engagement that ho did not ak
Irlnn . .. .... I M t . .
uniiio oiwiswuiw auu nvor. unce, now-
eer, ne luraosi tost nis gravity at pray
era held on the eve of a battle the battle
of the Wilderness. One of tho common
soldiers was called on to pray, and men
could prav nt such times. tnowinfF t lint
.. . , . .... .
within the next hour or two one or more
of them must be lying in the dost On
this occasion tho miTdinr rwrn- "Oh
Lord! Thou knowest we are. about to
engage in a ternble conflict, if you tako
a proper view of the subject" At this
time tho hearers lost their gravity, and
lougnt we battle of the wilderness with
r-i r. 1 inf.iwnnl A.a. I ' II .1
luirciuiM Bjjuiuj tgguiigttii me way
A A. a .
it aootner umo, wnen Gordon was
about to lead an attack at Petersburg,
ho an HJon. Heth and some others went
into a httlo school-room on the lines to
pray. Sol Heth. the eneral'ii hmthcr
and adjutant general, who was always
on 100 loosoui ror a tinntc, was stand
ing a little ways off. and Henrv Pevtnn.
one of Gen. Lee's staff, beckoned him
to conio to the houso and join them. Sol
did not understand tlioir object, but to-
uiiy misconceiving it; held up his can
teen, and. shaking it, said: "No, I thank
you; i ve just got hold of some." Mn
Rfanv rirLa who aro in tho nwonlni
j r - - - --o
ercnuine ornaments to the narlor. tastM.
- r , .
tuny uressea ana "neat as a new pin, aro
iuuo uencr man siaiicrns wncn pcrronn
ing domestic duties. I hnvo no patience
with this untidiness. It has always
seemed to me as if Cinderella herself
niifht have kentout of the Ashra n,n if
sho was oblijrvd to stay in the kitchen
ana worn. 10 iook weu wniie about
houpworit is worth whiln. A nt r.li.
co drea., short enough to clear the floor.
smoothly brushed hair, a clean collar
and a plentiful supply of aprons, are all
within the reach of anv woman. rnl T
maintain that sho w ill do her work bet
ter, and feel more like doing it if so pro
rjared for it Tho moral inflrjontxi of
dreflS is undoubted.
Another Kind of Doctor's Shop.
uui inn Mcuammon, wfjo kt-ona a
grocery storo in the suburbs of Austin,
n one 01 tne closest men in tno state of
Texa.4, and he abbreviates his words in
writing, lie abbreviated tho names on
the drawers and bftxes of content in hU
grooery, instead of painting tho names
m full. For instance, be painted on tha
sugar barrel "Br. Sugar," for brown sug
ar and so on.
Last Tuesdav a feble look in ir string.
er dropped into Bill McGamnion's store.
ana alter looking around, said:
"Is Dr. Prunes in?"
Old McGammon stared, and ni.l h
"Is Doctor Codfish in. then?" asked
Xo. he is not." said old McGammon.
"ilicn tell Doctor Cucmeslwould
like to s him, if he is at leisure."
"You .t out of here. I believe you
have escaj'i'd from the lunatic asylum.
This ain't no mudicino coII-tc: thw Lx a
firn.vn-." rt'torted old MuGammon. trt't-
tin red in the face.
"If this is a croeerv store, then vou
hud tit'tter carrv bark them dix-kirN'
iin4 to where vou atola thnm fmm."
respondiul the stranger, strolling out
Old McGammoo looked where the
strangrr hai pointed, and for the first
time noticed the result of his abbreviat
ing eli word "Dried'' Into Dr." Inv rn
the drawers he road, in large letters;
Dr. Prunes. Dr. Peaches. Dr. Cndrmh.
Dr. Cherries, Dr. Pcas Dr. Apple, Dr.
net 1. 1 exm otjnngt.
A wire four hundred font Ion? can
cuule from one grain of silver. Such
wire tt tnor than human hair.
A Uissutg Baby. i
A woman was wheeling a baby-wamrn)
c&rofiilly acroBS the Campus Marttta
yesterday, when several men screamed
to her to "look out!" and a span of
horses, driven wildly, caroo tearing
across, na if about to demolish evoryi
body. With tho persistency of her sex,
however, tho woman looked tho other
way, and in a moment tho baby-wagor,
was overthrown and lay turned over la
a hoHp, whilo tho carriage kept on on
Woodward avenuo without even dock
Ono man in a spring overcoat anrj
sunllower gloves ran and turned tha
buggy up, expecting to find the baby
dead underneath, and a number of la
dies shrieked and begged him to got tho
"dear littlo thing out" Several gentle
men who had been leaning In a masing
mood against tho Detroit opera-house,
essayed to 'help him, but though thcji
rightod the buggy, no baby was seen.
"It's smothered in the mud?" shriek
ed ono of the ladioa,
"It mnst havo clung to the horso and
have been carried off," suggested ono
"How did it get owoyP" they all aak
"No doubt tho ptxir littlo thing is tfearj
by this time," said another kindly mat
ron. "Have you looked all through: tha
At this moment it occurred to 6om
of them that tho mother would bo thq
right person to appeal to, and they torn
cd to her. She was standing coolly on
the crossing, arms akimbo, watehingtha
"Tho baby is all right," she said ah
ily. "I left her homo while I took tha
buggy to bring the washing. Uev yon -
fot all the pieces picked up? cos il yorj
avo 1 might as well be goin' 00," V
To see the disgust impressed on tha
countenances of all intercstod was a
studv in human nature. Not one of tha
crowd was glad that baby was safe at
home. They would much rather hava
picked it out of the mud. But each ono
recalled tho fact that a man was hong
once for not attending to his own bus?
ness, and sneaked ofL--JDeiroii foat
J umping from the Brooklyn Bridge,
Robert Donaldson, a Scotchman In
Now York, wants to bet that ho can
Jump from tho East River bridge with-.
out harm. He told a Sun reporter hoV
he performed such a feat "I croucn,
with bonded knees," he says, "and hop :
oil with my olbow9 nearly a foot from
my 6idis, with my forearms and tho
palms of my hands flat in front of my
breast I work my hands a little like
the flutter of a bird's wings. Tho first
fifteen feet I drop like a shot, then tho
air catches me under my hands, my
anils, arm-pits, chin and even my eara
It takes four seconds to drop 100 feet
I breathe while I am descending, and
clap ray hands over my chest and press
my elbows to my sides just as I etriko
tho water. All my vital parts are pro
totted. My knees guard my stomaohw
I believe I could drop safely a distance
of 1,000 feet if I could be suro of strik-"
ing feet first in my crouched position.
A nrctty Philadelphia girl, on being
aked why her engagement bad been
broken off, replied. -You Hee, he came
to me one day with an album in his
pocket, and proudly displayed the auto
graph of Charles J. Guiteau, which he
went to Washington on purpose to get -I
was not anxious to marry a born fuoL
o we parted."
Southern Antidote for Malaria.
It should be cener&llv known that Aim.
nious Liver Regulator, is relied upon to se-,
cure to mo people immunity from all mala
rial disorders. That this medicine does
what is claimed for it is proved by its popu
larity, and any ono who has lived in ih
South three vears has no donht sn it
curative effects and the protection it gives
against tne return or this weakening and
EXTUACT. For nersona aniT.rinrr from
exhaustion of the powers of the brain and
nervous system, from Ions? and rontinnnd
study or teaching, or in those cases of ex
haustion from which 10 many young men
suffer, I know no better medir.in far to.
etoratioo to health than Fellows' Compound
Syrup of Hypophosphites.
dmosd Cut, M. D.,
Pugwaah, N. 8. '
furnished with teeth rendered mr?v and
glistening by fragrant Sozodont, usually
regimen &d na inaispensaoie adjunct or the
toilet, are Derfectlv betwir.hina. An Irre
sistible does the broad cloth sex find them,
mat 11 requires mo utmost scir restraint to
la L- ... ...
toreocar imprinting a kiss uponem
wher ever seen. No corrosive substance
contaminates this staadard beautifier of the
teetn, from which it removes everr im
purity. Use it regularly.
It is a remarkable fact that ThomaTW.
trice Oil is as good for internal as external
Ura. For diseases of the lungs and throatnd
for rheumatism, neuralgia, crick in th
back, wounds, and gorea, it is the best
known remedy, and much trouble ii saved 1
by having it always on hand. P. O. Schuh,
A GOOD BARGAIN
Will be given some enterpriseing man
in Toe blixatin Building, which is now . "'
offered for tale on easy terms, long time "
and low rate of Interest. The buildin '
has rented for the past year for
fifty to sixty-two dollars . per month, '
The property consists of 4 lots, and two
brick buildings -a three story 40x60 and a 1
two story 16 x 4J., IIu a frontage of 50 '
feet on Washington avenue and 150 feeton. , '
12th street. If desired the machinery, en-,
gine, boiler, An., in the 9 .ttory bolldinj
rill biold with lit. For partlcttlart (adVy.
dress this office, QiV John H Oberly, Clocci