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DAILY. CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS; WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 21, 1882
Mayor N.B. ThiatlftWood. 0
Treasurer T. J . Kerth.
C'lurk Dennis. J, Foley.
Cuunsolor--Wm. 11. Ullbert.
Marshal L. II. Meyers,
Attorney -William ller.drieke.
first Ward-W'in.Mcilalu.T. M. Klmbrongb.
Hprond Ward Jesse Jluikle, C. N. Uugbeit.
Third Wrl-H. K, lllake. John Wood.
Fourth Ward-Cbarlea O. l'atler, Adolph Bwo-
kKin'h Ward -T. W; UaUldaY, Broeit B. Pettlt.
Circuit J U'Il'b J- Baker.
Circuit Clerk A. H. Irvin.
County Judge K. S Yocum.
t'ouniy Clerk 8. J. Iliiinin.
Cuuniy Attorney-J. M. Damron.
County Trasurr--Milea W. I'arker.
County Commlssiouera-T. W. Halllday, J.
Clbbs and I'eter Hanp.
CtUltO BVPTIST. Corner Tenth and l'oplar
J streets ; prea-.htiiK Brut and third Sundays In
each mouth, II a. in. and 7:l p. nt.; prayer mov t
Inir Thursday, 7:30 p. m ; Sunday school, :30 a. in
llk ' Itcv. A. .1. HBSS, Castor.
riHCKCH Of THE KKDKIIMKR-Bdscopal)
J Kourteenth street; Sunday 7:00 a in., Holy
Kurharist; :.Ki a. m., Sunday achool; llOiUtn.,
Mur'.lnt; l'rayers; H:'mid. m., Evening Prayers. .
1 Davenport, 8. T. B Hector.
IIK.ST M1SSIONAUY BAPTIST CUUKCU.
T I'roatMt.i at Id:) a. n... p. m., and 7:) p. m.
abuth achool at 7:WJ p. nj Kef. T. J. bhores,
l"l H BKAN Thirteenth atrtet; services Hab
I J bvb l:o a. m.; Snuday achool 2 p.m. Kev.
METHOIUST-Cor. K!?titr and Walnut streets,
lr.:a'-hliii' Sabbath UMJOa. m. and 7:30 P- m.
h-inday ftthool at a:') P- m. Hcv. J. A. fctcarrett,
1 n:i:MITKKlAN-K!uhth street; preachluf on
I habbath at 11:00 a. m. and 7: p. m. ; prayer
me-l'mf Wednesday at 7:8') p. in ; Souday School
Hip. ni. llrv U. V. OeoM, pastor.
ST .IOfKI'11 S-Homan Catholic) Corner Croat
fid Walnut streets; services Sabbath 10:WJa.
a.; Sunday Sr hool at p. m. ; VPr 1 p . m. j aer
r.cid every dy at a. rn. Hot. U Hara, Priest.
ST PATRICK'S -Koman Catholic) Corner Ninth
s'rert and Washiti.ion avenoo; services Hab
Oatbband 10 a.m.; Vespera 3 p. ra.; Bnnday School
t p. m. service every day at a m. Ilev. MaaU-rsou
ft. Ii. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CKNTUAl. K. R.
TKI l.SeillT. TAXHHIa
Mail :15 a m
Accom'dutMu.ll :M a m
tKxprr r jo p m
UN4 KSTt!AI, 11. U
ta!l -. 4::i'i a m I tMall .. 5:(ip.m
tEiprco 10:15a in tKxpr.:( U:.m
HT. L, ('. K. K (Narrow Gancu )
Eipn ):i",a.m I Kiprii 4::p.m
Accum'datlon. 1 :Ji p.ni I Accoia'datoin 12:06 p.m
hT I. . I M A S. U. K.
tExprM 11 :'Vy m I Kxprcs' :W P m
fAccom canon. :.iup.m I tAcootn'datton.ll :4i a m
WABAbll. HT. LOCH PACIFIC ICY CO.
M.II A K .... 4t' vm I Mn.ll Kl.... :'Jpm
tially except Sunday, t Dally.
M'-iBII.KJtOIUO H. It
6:11a m. I Mall J:Wp.ni.
...: a.m. 1 fcxprea b-j" p.".
LLINOIS CENTRAL It. It.
Shortest and Quickest lioute
St. Louis and Ckicago.
Tho Onlv Iino ltunnint;
9 DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Connection
Toaini Liati Caio:
:i:irju m. Mnil.
ArrlTlnK In 8t. I.ouia :45 a.m. : Chlcaco, 8:30 p.m.;
Contacting hi Udln and KthUKham for Cincin
nati, Louisville, liidlMiapolii and poliitu Baet.
11 a.m. Ht. IjOuih and 'Vitern
Arrlvliiit In St. Loul7:05p. m., and connecting
fof all points Wuat.
i:UO p.m. h'lmt Kprnm.
lor St. LoiiIh and Chlcatro, arrlviii(( at St. Loula
10:40 p.m.. and Chicago":) a m.
' 4:JO p tn. Cim-innHti Kxprews.
ArrlvhiB at Clncluuiitl 7:"0 a.m.; Lounvllle 7:90
am.; Indlauapolln 4:00 a.m. 1'ameiiKura by
thtc train n-ach the aliovo point 1U to 3ti
UoL'HS in udvance of any other route.
rt"Th 4'.'J0 p. m. exprc ha TULLMAN
bl.KKl'INU CAH Cairo to Cincinnati, without
change, and through aleepura to St. lml and
Fust Time Kast.
Ii.wunn iwitra thin lino ro through to Kat.
tlSSeileiS t.rn point without any delay
cauacd by Sunday tntorvunliiK. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrlvea In new York Monday
morning nt 10 ::i5. Thirty (ix hour In advance of
ay iitlur route,
ITfTKor through tlckntii and Arthur Information,
nlyat Illinoli' Cintral Uttllroad IHjiot, Cairo.
JAS. JOHNSON. J. IT. JONB8,
Oen . Southern Agent. Ticket Agont.
i.U. HANSON, (Ion. Pana. Agent. Chicago
gT. LOUJS k CAIRO 11 11
TKAINS Kl'N AS FOLLOWS ,
Exnreii and Mall leave Cairo, every day except
Bonday, nt lo.i'i a. m. Arrlv.a 4:M5p. m.
Accntnmodiitlon nirlvea ut VJii'S p. m. and do
parti at 1 :-'() p. m.
Q.E0UGK II. LEACH, M. D.
Plivnician and Surgoon,
Specliil attention paid to the Jlomootmthlc treM
tnent nfiitrgltaUllBeitie, tuddleeunea of womuu
Olllcc: Ou Hth unci, oppoaltotho l'oatOfilco,
J)Tl. W. C. J0CELYN,
OFFICE Eighth Btroot, near Commercial Avannu
Jlt. bTw. WniTLOOK,
Ornni No. m Commercial Avsnua, between.
Vshtuuud Ninth Stroet
PROPRIETOR OP SPR0AT8 PATENT
Wholosalo Uealor in Ice.
ICE BY TIIE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
?CKED FOR 8HIPPIN0
Oar Loads a Specialty.
o f ir i ( j k :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
(JOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1KU & CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth r treat 1 pQ;n Til
Commercial A venae i vall U, J II,
A New and complete Hottd. fronting on Levee
hecotid and Hail road Street,
Th PaMengiT I), not of tho Chicago, St. Lonla
an Xow Orlrari: Illiaol Central; Wabaxh, St.
Lout and I'artilc; Iron Mountain and Southern,
Mobile and Ohio; Cain and St. Lout KmJwaya
are all Junt arro the iret; while the bh-aiuSoal
Landing i but one 'iuare ditti.nt.
This Hotel I braird by M.'arn. hi t,'m
Laundry, llvdmnllc Elevator, Kiertric Call llelln.
Automatic Kire-Alarm, Hth, abnolntely puro air,
perfect aewerage and complete appointment.
Superb furnihlngi; perfect aervlec; and an nn
lu 1. l'AHKKH Ac CO.JjesB.B
O a tJ
O O A. L
D Stoves 33
S Tinware. S
(jt W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindliiifr
conitautly on hand
STAVE CLIPPINGS .
At Seventy-five ceuts per load.
it one dollar per load.
The "trim mlngt" are eoarae ahavlngi and make
the bait aummer wood for cooking purpone a well
a thi cheapest ever aold In Cairo. For black
amtlh'a ate Innettlng time , they are nnequallad
Leave ynor orderi at the Tenth itruet wood yard
$500 REWARD !
Stillman's ELIXIR of LIFE
A purely Vcgetablo Blood Pnrinor, and guaran
teed to cure 'JS caitei In Hid, or money rtfui'ded
Tho above reward will oe paid Tor a remedy which
will enre a many cae of Malaria, Kever and Aguo,
Uypepla, Kheuinatlm, Catarrh, Liver and Kid
ney UlaeaKoa. as.uwbottlea old on Ita merlin,
without advertising, in even year. If bllloiie,
langold, and your ambition la gono, life I glof)rny.
Try one hottlo. It will convince yon of ita mperl
ority over any oth'ir remedy. If you have any Hu
mors of the Skin or blood, front whatever cauae,
thia Elixir will euro It when all uther remedies
have failed. Ask your druggist for It. Price $1
and i. A f idollar boitle sent by express pre
paid. MTd by A. L. STILLMAN & CO., New
York. Circulars free. II. C. WILLAU1), Gon'I
Agent U. 8. and Canada, Troy, N. Y,
rr.HK 'itBQULAK CAIRO AND TADTJCAII
A DAILY PACKET.
IIKNKY E. TAYLOR Master
OEO. JOBES Clerk
Leaves Paducah for Cairo daily (Sundays except
d) at H a.m. and Mound City at 1 p m. Return
tig, Leaves Cairo at 4 p. m. M'jund. City at Op. m.
THE A. IS. S AFFORD.
Dally packet between Cairo and Mound City Cap
tain A ii (lie Oweu.
Leaves (,'alro 7:S0 A. M.
" Mound City 9::X) " "
" Cairo i Noon
" Mound City I::j0 P. M.
" Cairo 4:.'J0 ' "
" Mound City 8 " "
pOK SALE. ,
Steamer Sllverthorni 117 feet length; 28 loot
beam; 4 foot hold; 2 engines; 2 eyli rulers; 1 Inches
diameter; 4fM)t stroke; i boilers, 40 inches diame
ter. lfeet long. The boat and machinery Is in ex
cellent repair, and In good running order; Bhe has
full cabin and is are of the best light draught
boats on the river. For terms apply to, or address
W. . I. Turner, master, at Hickman. Kentucky; or
W. K. Lambdin, river editor of Dally Bulletin,
QA1RO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE -VdFkq STATES.
On r.nd after Monday, Jane 7th, and nnttl farther
uoiice the fen y boat will make trips aa follows:
MAVll LXATIS LIAV1I
Foot Fourth St. Missouri Lacd'g. Kentucky Ld g.
8:00 a.m. 8:30 a. m. 8 a.m.
10:00 a.m. 10:30a.m. 11a.m.
9:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. S p. m.
4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 5;00 p. m.
2 d. m. 2:. in p.m. S p.m
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FL0UB, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Streetr
F, BHOS8. 1'residont. I P. NKKF, Vlco Tres'tit
H. W'KLLS, Cashier. T. J. Kerth, AeVt dish
F. Bros Cn!ro I William Klnte. .Cairo
JVti-r NetT Wllllara Wolf.. "
C.M .Osterloh " I (?. O. l'atier .-..... "
K.A, Buder " II. Wotln "
J. Y. Clumson, Caledonia.
A UKSEHAL BAN K1NU I1USIN BSS DONE.
Exchango sold and bought. Interest paid in
the Savings Department. Collections tnsdu anil
all business promptly attended to.
rjlLtE CITY NATIOaNAL bank.
Of Cairo. llllnoiB.
71 OUIO LEVEE.
A General Banking; business
TIIOS. V. IIAI.LIDAV.
JNTKRPRISE BAV1NO BANK!
Of Cairo, !'.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TIIOS. w.iialliday ,
W. F, Lambdin. flvnr editor of 'frtit Hitli.tim
and steamboat passenger agent. Order for all
kinds of steamboat Job printing solicited. Olll ce
at Plnutors DoU), No. 51 Ohio levee.
STAGES OF TnE KIVKIl.
Tho river marlccd by tho gnugo last even
ing at tliis poiut at six p.m., 42 feet
5f inches and falling.
Pittsburg, May 230 p.m. River 7 feet
6 iuclios and rising.
Cincinnati, May 23-6 p.m. 27 feet 0
inch and falling.
Louisville, May 230 p.m. River 10
feet 11 inches and falling.
Nashville, May 23 C p.m. River 13 feet
5 inches and rising.
St. Louis, May 23- C p.m. River 22 feet
8 inches and falling.
Tho new Mary Houston from tho Crescent
City arrived yesterday morning for Louis
ville and Cincinnati at 0 o'clock. She had
but littlo freight, received 10 passengers
hero which made her cabin register 08 puo-
plo on board. She only stopped hero 15
The towboat Aleck Swift from New Or
leans arrived here yesterday morning, lttid
over to clean out her boilers. Sho had 15
pieces in tow for Pittsburg, and left for that
city at noon yesterday. Geo. McBrido is
ouo of her pilots.
The popular Cincinnati and Memphis
packet Vint Shinkle is duo early thiB
morning for tho latter named city. Capt.
(. W. Thompson, masterand Col. 0. D.
Monro has charge of the office The Shin
kle is reliable, and passengers who have
the pleasure of traveling on her will re
ceive every attention from her officers es
sential to their comfort. For tickets to
Memphis or way points see W. F. Lamb
Yesterday was a very pleasant day. The
night preceding tho day was attended
with a slight frost. We hope, however,
that it did no serious damage.
Capt. James B. Eads, of tho Mississippi
river commission, has tendered his signa
ture to the government in consequent of
bad health. As soon as ho receives his
discharge from duty, ho will go to Europe
in order to reciperatc.
Tho John L. Rhoades from Pittsburg
landed here Monday night at 10 o'clock.
Sho had a big trip for St. Louis and left at
The Gus Fowler from I'aducah arrived
on time with a fair trip, left on her return
trip at 5 p. m. .
The Belle Memphis for Vicksburg is due
to-day from St. Louis. She is very fust and
one of tho best boats ot tho Anchcr line.
Tho Ste. Genevieve from St. Louis for
Memphis arrived last evening with a good
The C. W. Anderson from Nashville is
due to-night, and will leave hero on Iter
return trip for Paducah and Tennessee's
beautiful capital at 10 a. m. to-morrow.
Capt. Fred Wyatt, master; Wiley Parmcn
ter, chief clerk. For passago rates eeo W.
The Guiding Star, the finest boat of the
Southern Transportation lino running from
Cincinnati to New Orleans, arrived here
from the former city yesterday evening
with a moderate trip, but will nearly if not
quite fill out here. Capt. II. D. Ilogler
commands this fine steamer, and Frank
Stein has charge ot the office. Mr. Ed
Brown, the steward as a caterer, has no su
perior. People traveling south by water
will find tho Star a palaco and every thing
necessary to comfort and pleasuro will bo
afforded. Sho leaves for tho Sunny South
this morning at 10 o'clock.
The Bortio Gilbert from Metropolis ar
rivod Monday night with a bargo in tow
left on her return trip yesterday at noon.
Capt. Was. Thompson wired us from
Shawncetown yesterday that ho would re
port hero with tho Shinklo for Memphis
this morning at 0 o'clock.
Tito fino steamer W. V. llalliduy from
St. Louis has a big trip. She leaves for
New Orleans this tvoning.
The Jas. Waff left Memphis last overl
ing. Sho will reach hero early to morrow
morning for Cincinnati. Capt. Bob Wise
master, James Surtces chief clurk.
Tho City'ofVicksburg is duo to day for
8t. Louis from tho lower Mississippi.
Tho R. It. Springer froiu New OrleaiiB
passed Vicksburg at 7 :30 Monday, 23nd
inst. Shu will report hereto morrow night
for Cincinnati. Tho Springer is fast and
provides well for hor guests. Seo W. F.
Lambdin, Agent for passage rates'.
Tho Hudson loaves 8t. Louis to morrow
evening at 5 o'clock for Taducah ou her
maiden trip in that trade. Sho is a No. 1
boat, and is said to bo pretty fast.
Tho City of New Orleans is duo to mor
row from tho lower Mississipi for tho
The John fl. Maudo loaves St. Louis for
Memphis ths evening. , 1
Thero is 73,000 feet of walnut lumber
at Weston which tho Mary Houston will
take on her way up the river to Cincinnati.
Tho David It. Powell, a large side
wheoler, from Ouchita arrived Monday
night at 11 o'clock and departed soon after
for St, Louis.
Don't think it necessary for your hap
piness that every nffrnoon he spent in
making calls or on the strwt shopping.
Homo is not ft mere hotel wherein to
eat and sleeptoo dreary to bo endured
without company from abroad; homo
work is not mere drudgery, but useful
ministration to those wo love.
Don't mistake giggling for cheerful
ness, nlang phrases for wit, boisterous
rudeness for frank gayety, impertinent
speeches for repartees. On tho other
hand, don't be prim, formal, wtilf, nor
assume a "eotmlry face" eloipient of
"prunes, potatoes, prisms," nor sit bolt
upright in a corner, hands, feet, eyes,
ami hps carefully poed for ellect. 'An
ell'wt will be produced, but not (he one
you wi.sh. Nor yl nit scorn fully re
served, crilicising menially tho dress,
manners, looks, etc., of tlio.su around
yon. Make up yotir mind that your
companions are, on the whole, u pretty
nice set of people - if they are not, you
had no business to eoitie among them
that thero is something to respect and
like in each of them. Determine to have
a nieo time anyhow; then do your part
to mark i) it so. Be genial, eonliaj, frank.
If you can play and sing ordinarily well
do not refuse to take your share in en
tertaining your companions in that way.
You cannot. Im expectiMl to sing like a
Nilsson or Kellogg. If you cannot play
or sing, say so frankly, and do not feed
humiliated. You probably excel in somo
other accomplishment. Even if you do
not, you can possess that one grand ac
complishment to which all others are
accessories, that of being "a lady" a
true woman, gentle ami gracious, mod
est and loveable.
Stories About tho Queen.
Some interesting stories are told of
the early days, when tlu Queen yas
obliged to sign death-warrants, before
she was relieved of that odious dul v,
and a sign-manual MibMiluted by Act
of Parliament. On several occasions
the (Jn-'cn may be .said to have begged
ofl'thfilifu of offenders. And onTme
occasion, with a hand trembling from
eagerness and emotion, sho wrote "par
doned" across the fatal scroll. A great
degree- of reticence is very properly im
posed on all connected with tho Court.
Her Majesty, on principle, has always
steadily discouraged any thing in tiio
way of gossip or trivial conversation
respecting tho affairs of tho household.
So many persons are brought into pass
ing, and somewhat intimate, connection
with royalty, that it is obvious that the
sanctity of tho vie inlinie of tho Court
could not be obtained unless such a rule
were carefully observed. Wo remember
knowing a lady who was credited with
being a private correspondent of Her
Majesty's for years, from her youth;
but the most distant allusion to this in
teresting circumstanco never escaped
her. Others, though not tjuito so ret
icent, are always guarded and careful.
A draft of a treaty of amity and com
merce was sent out from England to
Madagascar, and on tho margin these
words were written: "Queen Victoria
asks, as a personal favor to herself, that
tho Queen of Madagascar will allow no
persecution of the Christians," A month
afterward Ihe treaty was signed in Mad
agascar, with the "insertion of tho fol
lowing words: "In accordance- with the
wish of Queen Victoria, the Queen of
Madagascar engages thero shall bo no
persecution of the Christians in Mada
gascar." New Israol.
A new Hebrew sect has just sprung
up nt Odessa, called New Israel. The
members reject the explanations by rab
bis of Babylon and .Jerusalem of the
Laws of Moses. They only admit. .j
holv the Pentateuch of Moses in its lit
eral sense.' They recognise as the first
working-day of the week Monday, and,
not wishing to oppose Christian opin
ion, celebrate the Sabbath on Sunday.
Resting upon a verse of the Bible, in
which Moses icknow ledged the right of
future general ions to alter religious cer
eniouies according to tho spirit of tho
times, the New Israel suppresses the
ceremony of circumcision of children,
which they consider dangerous for feeble,
or weak infants; instead of this, out lie
eighth day after the birth of the child a
short prayer is read, by which the little
child is received in the bosom of the
New Israel. The new seel also suppres
ses the obligation for tho Hebrew Tal
mudists to write the Pentateuch on
parchment rolls, and they reeogni.o as
good the printing in vellum books with
the old Hebrew let ters, "Jehovah, clohci
Israel" (Jehovah, God of Israel). Every
member of tlui sect has u right to kill
birds and animals, and to feed on tho
flesh of animals killed by Christians.
All the historical and religious Hebrew
feasts an celebrated, excepting those
added by tho Talmudists. Tho half
feasts are also celebrated, The mem
bers are forbidden to exercise the profes
sion of money-lenders and usurers.
All efforts are to be made to induct)
the Russian Government lo acknowl
edge the legality of the sect ami to get
some immunities for it. From tho day
of the legalization of the sect, for it
wholo year, the members will bind them
selves to glvo their new-born Infants tho
name of Alexander or Alexandra, lu
lienor of tho Kmporor. Tho Govern
ment will bo asked tograntall tho rights
of citizenship to the members of tho
new sect, arid to allow marrmp's bo-
tweet) the Now Israelites and Christians.
Tho New Israelites, to show their inde
pendence from tho Talmudists, will auk
tho permission of tho Government to
wear a special sign to distinguish them
from tho other llibrews.
' The Romance of a Benedict
Thiro crime to-day, - ' '
From fur iiwiiy, j
A messflirp. It was Mint to mo
i From one I knuw, ' 1
Who -Mill is true. t
Hor fiii'n inriilii I seoinH to scef I
I frctnlilH iim I rend her immo; J
Throuirh every vein within rtiy frame j
I felt the wnriii Mood ebb nnif How;
Tlio deathless luvo of lonir-ntro
Aimin piHsossi'd my soul
Anil helil control. j
Oiipp in iheHii empty (irms
Her lovely form' I pressed; j
I jrii.eil u i n her elninns,
I fell upon my hri'Hst 1 "
Tho bentliiir of her heart, .:
Kiu wo wore torn apart:
Two Hvirs. with rnith end ruat,
Were blended l ito ono.
Our rose-leiives now ore dust,
Our dream divino Is done.
Oiirdreem is done, nnd yet tivdity there came
A iiii'"Kiit:(: fpiin her. It was but a line.
Thai ihcuiiih she bore "on Earth Anot liernamo.
In Heaven her heart forever would be mine,
I ivad her words of hope. I sighed. I knew
Her heart wus iulthful and her soul was true
That earthly earn and auhVrinir had wrecked '
And ruined all except her sell-respeet.
Tin fweetly Hal'l, 'tis wondrous straiiKO,
To sen the melancholy ehimu-o
That time has wrought In her fair face,
Her form, her voleo, her dwcllinif-plaoo, .
IVMo, like river, flows betwueu
Our sundered lives, but ennnot hide
The litfht that llmbes o'er tho tide; i
No harrier emi Intervetio
I let ween lier soul and mlr.o:
Love whs, mid Is, divine.
It show It shines forever from afar
Like mi eternal star. v :
Ah! life Is short, anil love is long;
Its hope Is sweet. Its fall h Is stroiidr.
Our hearts away.
Wo wuteh and wait I roin day to day,
And Time tiles on.
The tlnwers hide, tho HnowtlakcB fall,
They sunn are irone;
And d'itth destroys, tmt ends not all.
The years inny tly, !
Tli friends we know '
, May droop mid die,
Hut love Is true!
And every truth the world contains
In Heaven remains. :
-From "Mlrit," by Euiene J. Hall.
lied and L'odrooms.
A careful housewife remarks: Bed
and bedding need especial care; on fino
days keep your sleeping room windows
open several hours, if passible, and if
not conspicuous, leave your beds un- "
made, and let pillows and matresses air
in tho sun. Thoroughly examine tho
bedstead -take out tin) slats, which you
will probably lind covered with dust
accumulated dust will also bo found on
the slats of tho spring beds. Wipo this
oil' with salt and water. Salt dissolved
in a very Mule water should bo put on
with a small paint brush in all tho cor
ners of the bedstead, to tirevent vermin
from linding a place. If by any chance,
they are already there, this must bo re- '
peatcd as often as twice a week, until
they an. exterminated. Also wipo tho
edges of the mattresses well with a cloth
wrung out of salt and water. You
should meet this matter promptly, and
give it your supervision, for, if not at
tended to at once, they will get the bet
ter of you and cause you annoyance.
Few things are more imperatively de
manded by the health and comfort of
the household than clean beds and well
ventilated sleeping rooms. Wo com
mend the hints iniiinrleil liv en refill
housewife" to our readers: As houses
are generally made it is better to draw
down the upper sash of a window, for
the reason that tho warmest air, partic
ularly during tho winter, collects near
the ceiling, and injurious matters are
carried up into it from the lloor. Draw
ing down the sash will afford a double
means of ventilation; permitting the
warm and noxious air to escape, and tho
outer nir to enter nt tho bottom of tho
sash through tho'lower ono. When tho
weather is cold, it is not necessary the
tipper sash bo lowered much; an inch or
two would bo stilneicnt for a room of
the average si.c that is fourteen or fif
teen feet sipiarn. A room which is used
for tho general assembling of tho fami
ly, what is called a living room, should
not ho less than that in dimension.
Fred. Amos, Tyler Street, Rochester,
writes : "Your Snriurr Blossom is wonder
ful; I never used an vthim? that acted bo
well on tho bowels, and at the same time
was so free from tho drastic nronertiea of
medicines usually sold for tho purpose."
rnco ou cents, trial bottles 10 cents. Paul
G. Schuh, Agent.
Till! Voi.TAIf! Kri.T Cn.. Marahnll. Mieri
will send Dr. Dyes Celebrated Electro-Voltaic
Belts and Electric Appliances on trial
for thirty days to men (young or old) who
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Vitality and Manhood, and kindred troubles,
guaranteeing speedy and complete restora
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as abovo. N. B. No risk is Incurred, as
thirty days' trial is allowed.
Kouud at Last. .
What every onu should have, and never
bo without, is Thomas' Eclectric Oil. It is
thorough and Bate in its effects, producing
tho must wondrous cures of rheumatism.
neuraluta. burns, bruises and woumia nf
every kind. Puul O. Schuh, Agent.
Making a Raise,
John Hays, Credit, P. O,, says that for
nine mouths he could not raise his hand to
his head through lameness in. tho shoulder,
but by the use of Thomas' Eclectric Oil ho
wns entirely cured. Paul G. Schuh, Agent.
It People Will Chew,
thev should counteract tho ininrious effect
of tobacco upon tho teeth, with the sterling
preservative ami puritiur, soxodont, wnicn
not onlv whitens the teeth and render the
gums healthy, but banishes from tho breath
every oojeeuonaoio ouor. uertatn tootn
powders, tmstes and washes, although thev
cleanse, also injure tho dental enamel, but
this matchless toilet auxiliary preserves
aim sirengtnenB it. its origin Is botanic
and its llavor and odor delightful.
no uuimlf ii riTimn rnm nir tiio irar mrma
1, J .. f " m . . . is
v,.!- I.. .11 - a! i
purity of blood, torpid liver, disorJered kid
neys, etc., and as a medicine for eradicating
every species of humor, from an ordinary .
Simple to the worst ulcer, Burdock Blood
it ten stand unrivaled. Prlco 1 .00. Paul