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THE . DAILY CAIRO BCJLLETIN;
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 26, 1882.
TreaMurer T. J. Krtb.
Cler-l)-nnls. J, Foley.
Counselor Wm. B. Ollnert.
MamhalL. II. .Meyers,
BOAHb or AUWH".
first Ward-Win. McIIale.T. M. Klmbronijh.
Ho.joiid Ward-Jefse ItiuUe, C. N. Uohes.
Third Ward IS. F, Blake, John Wood.
Fourth Ward-Cliarlo. O. Patler, Adoluh 8wo-
bK!ft'b Ward-T. W. Ualllday, Ernest B. Patttt.
Circuit Jtidtro O. J.Bnker.
Circuit Clerk A. U. lrrtn.
County Judge K. H Yocuin.
County Clerk 8. J. Humra.
'ounty Attornuy J. M. Damron.
County Treasurer-Miles W. Parker,
ttherlir John Hodges.
Coroner-K. P1iKerald ,,,. j a
County CommlHsloncra-T. W. Halllday,
Ulbbs and Peter Naup. .
CAIRO BAPTIST. -Corner Tenth and Poplar
a reeta; preaching fln-tand third Hnnday. In
each raoittn. 11 a. ra.a..d7:!W p. in. : prayer J meet
,nK n.d. 7 : P. K; Hond-ay scW .
CHURCH OF TUK KBUB BMKR (Ejilicopal)
Fourteenth street; Hund.y 7j t m.. 1 July
Eucharist; . a. m Hunday '-ool; ll.&a
Morula? Prayers; d.'iOp. m., Bt.nlng Prayers. F.
P, Davenport, S. T. B. hector.
1MKHT MISSIONARY BAPTIhT CHTJKCU
r ,-raachliiK at 10:30 a. u... p. m., and VhP, JS'
. aUatu school at 7:80 p. m Her. T. J. ohorea,
I CTtiEUAS-ThlrtecBth street; fwnrlus Sab
1j ba-.h 1:30 a.m.; Sunday achoollp. m. Kef.
METHODIST -Cur. EUhtb J Walnut
Pn'tcnlaiC Sabbath fl:W. m. J'
(nudity School at 4:up. m. Kav. J. A. BcarrUt,
Eltfhlh itwrt; P1"
1 H.lihMh at U:U a. m. and 7:30 p. m., prayer
Ln c Wcdnceday at 1:Wp.m. bandar bco.ol
at 3 p.m. He Ueo"- PMtor
CT. JOSEPH B-Koman Catholic) Corner Cro si
O ,d Walnut t.et; service. Sabbath 10. 8U
.; ttuudny School at p. m. ; Veper i p. .
nci every dy at 8 a. in. Hot . O'llara, Priest.
......ir.u.c ju.n n.thnr Corner Ninth
O street and Waohlnirton aTenue 'J':
oethSaad 10 a.m.: v e"l kbV M Litereoli
I p. ra. aurylces every day at 8 a m. net. aiaaiersou
H. E. TIME CARD AT CAlliO.
ILLINOIS CBNTKAL k. h.
Mall 3:15 a.m MM all .-4.
Aeroin"dauo8.11:10a.m KpreM :?
4"j)D.m Accomdatlo..4:'6 p.m
MISS CENTRAL R. K.
.. 4 ?a.mtMall - .. 50p.m
.... lo:15ain tKiprew ll:3e m
L. C. K. K (Narrow Gaiie )
Aciom datlou. 1 : p.m Accm,datoln 13:05 p.m
ST. L. . . o. n. n.
tActoui oauon. ::wp.m tAtcom dation 1 1.45 t.m
WABASB. ST. LOUIS A PACIFIC KY CO.
Mill t Ki .... 4.45 vm Mall Ex.... :AI P Bl
la!ly except Sunday, t Dally.
MOBILE OHIO R. R
Mall -:05 a.m. I Mall 8:50 p.m.
Biprew 6 05 a.m. I Expte b:ip m.
) ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Ti.n Onlv I,ino Kunnintr
9 DAILY TRAINS
O lrrom Cairo,
Making Diheot Connection
Tiuin Liati Cairo:
A'.lti ii m. Mall,
Arrlvlnirln St. Lonin I : a.m ; ChlcaEO,:S0p.m.i
Bill. Loulavlllu, Indlauapolit and polnla Eaet.
11:10 u.m. Ht. IouiH und Wwtern
Arrlvln In St. Louie 7:06 p. m and contiectlntj
for all points em.
4:20 n.in. Vtmt PixproejB.
lor St. Lout and Chicago, arrlvinK atbt. Louie
10:40 p.m., ana iuicsu m.
.i m n.m.CMnctinnnti KxiiroaB.
ArrlTiiis at Clnclnuml 7:00 a.m.; Louiavllle 7:20
IndlanaDOlli. 4:00 a.m. I'Maenirer by
thl train reach the abovu polnti 1U to JO
tT-Tbe 4:J0 p. m. exprue ha PULLMAN
MKKI'INCAli Calrt- to Olnclunatl, without
.h.nMi mi thrntiffh aluoitera to bt. Louis and
Va.nt Timo Kast.
D.tLmi (fnrw T tn"1 11,10 K0'hr"ul!n to Kant.
rdHSCIljrCW ern point, without any delay
tamed ny nunaay luuimums. " --
noon iraiu irw vn , ,
mornlniiatl0:S0. Thlrty ilx hours In advanceol
nr othor route, . , ..
tyKor throuch tlckotn and further information
apply at llllnolo Central Railroad Depot, CMro.
Oon . Southern Agent. Tlcnet Annnt,
A. II. HANSON, Gen. l'aM, Auont. Chlcaeo
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R.R.
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
H Expresa and Mall luaven Cairo, every day cxccpl
a Bumlay, at 10:85 u.m.. Arrive 4:35p. m.
13 Accommodntlon arrive at la:05 p. m. and de
parts at 1 :i0 p. m
Q.E0KQE II. LEACII, M. D.
PhvHieian and Surfroon,
' ti il .ti.,n4l,.n - 1 .1 trtfViak Ttntn Aniiu t h I ft t r Aflf .
tnent of nurlcaltllBcaeei, inddlteaeoa of woman
Offloo: On Htti etrool, oppolto tbo ToitOluco,
J)U. W. 0. JOCKLYN,
OFFICE EtKhtk Btroet. near Comwerclal Aranne
J)U. E. W. WHITL0CK,
Omoi-No. 136 CommorcUl ATenut, btwen
KKhth ana wmth Btroeu
PROPRIETOR OP SPROAT'fl PATENT
Wholesalo Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR T0N.WELI
PCKED FOR BUIPPIN0
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leyee,
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
(iOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1ER & CO..
Cor. Nineteenth itreet 1 Po J tA Til
Commercial Atenne ! lallU, lilt
and complete Hotel, fronting on Levee
becond and Railroad Slreeta,
fTV Tl TV...... -. r .U. PLI.. u. t - .. I .
ait'' ewUrlean: Dlluot Central; Wahavh. Ht.
U..K4l.ni4 fkhl... ai... m n ti U T mil. rj.U..u.
are all Junt acrom the Mreet: while the Steamboat
1 tl IB Udll'l IB ucnu u VJ IfirHHi, una Eienili
Laundry. Ilrdranllc Elevator, Klerlric Call iiellH.
Automatic Flre-Alarma. Raths, absolutely pure air,
porlcct eeweraire and complete appointments.
Stirutrh fnptiiiihln ir. nirf.rt airvlrfr .nil an nn.
T1.....1 , 1... . 1... ......
1. I. PAItlCKH As CO.,LfiieiP(i
O O A. L
D Stoves D
S T'inware. S
C W. WIIEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindlimr
Comtantly on hand
At Seventy-flve ccnta per load.
At one dollar per load.
The "trlramlngi"are coaise ahavlngi and mak.
u. doii summer wood lor cooking purposes m wwil
as the cheapest ever told In Cairo. For black
imlth'c use Insetting tires, (hay ant unequalled
i4.aT.ynoi oroeriat u lenm iire.i wooa two
or -L S whs
"TVT" W -t
11 tt 3 r
$500 REWARD !
Stillman's ELIXIR of LIFE
A purely Vegetable Illood Purifier, and cuaran
teed to cure ttf caea in loo, or money rufucded.
'i'ti (i above reward will ne paid for a remedy which
will cure an many cane of Malaria, Fever and Acne,
Dyxpepula, KbeiuiifttlHin, Catarrh, Liver and Kid
nev Dicaei). 'iV1"1' liottlea luld on lla merits,
without advertldlBR, in kkvuu year. If bllloua,
Unpaid, and your ambition in kdo, life la gloomy.
Try one bottle. It will convince you of its tuport
ority over any othir remeily. If you have any Hu
morn of the Skin or blood, fmm whatever cauxe,
thla Elixir will cure It when all other rernudie
have failed. Ak yourdniKglit for It. Price tl
and i. A $2 dollar bottle milt by erpreoa pre
paid. MTilby A. L. bTILLMAN & CO., New
York ClreuUw free. II. C. WILLAUD, Gen'l
Aifent TJ. B. and Canada, Troy, N. Y,
UE REGULAR CAIRO AND
HENRY K. TAYLOR Ma.tci
GEO. JOBK8 Clerk
LraveiFadueah for Cairo duliy (Hnoda'y excopt
d) at 8 a.m. and Mound City at 1 p m. Retnrn
ng, Lravca Cairo at 4 p. m. Mound. City at 5p.m.
THE A. R. SAFF0RD.
Dally packet between Cairo and Mound City Cap
tain Audit Owen.
Leatea Cairo ......7:80 A. M.
' Mound City " "
" Cairo - .14 Noon
" Mound City 1:W P. M.
" Cairo 4:30 ' "
" Mound City .6 " "
Steamer Stlvcrthorn; H7 feet lenitth; 29 foot
beam; 4 foot hold; 2 engine; 2 cylinder; 12 lnchei
diameter; 4 foot titroke; 2 bollern, 40 Inehua diame
ter. 1 feet long. The boat and machinery la In ex
cellent repair, and In good running order; she baa
full cabin and 1. ne of the beet light draught
hoata on the river. For terms apply to, or addresa
W. J. Turner, master, at Hickman, Kentucky; or
W.F.Lambdin, river editor of Dally Bulletin,
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE V11 STATES.
On nnd after Monday, June 7th, and until further
notice the fen y boat will make tnpi aa follow :
MATH LXiTia LIATSt
Foot Fourth t. Mlsaonrl Land'g. Kenturky Ld f.
6:00 a.m. 8.H0 a. m. 9 a.m.
10:00 a.m. 10:80a.m. 11a.m.
1:00p.m. 2:90 p.m. 8 p.m.
4:00p.m. 4:80p.m. 8;00p.m.
2 p.m. 3:80 p.m. 8 p.tn
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FL0UB, 6 BAIN AND HAY
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
F. HKOSS, Presided. I P. NKKF, VlceTrei'nt
U. WELLS, Cashier. I T. J. Kerth, AssU cash
F. Bross Cairo I William Kluto. .Cairo
Peter Noff " William Wolf.... "
M .OtcrloU " C. O. J'atler "
B.A.Buder " U. Well "
J. Y. Clumaon, Caledonia.
A GENERAL BAN KINO BUSINESS DONE.
Exchanco sold and boiiL'ht. Intorort paid In
the Savings Department. Collections made and
all business promptly attended to.
milE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. Illinois.
71 OIIIO LEVEE. '
A General Banking bjisiucss
TIIOS. W. IIALLIUAY,
JNTKRPHI8B HAVING BANK.
Or Cairo, '.
- EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TIIOS. W. IIAI.IjIDAY,
W. F. LAmbdw, river editor of fnn HuU.tik
and tteamboat poswenitur agent. Orden for all
kinds of steamboat job printing solicited. Offlcu
at Planters Hotel, No. 51 Ohio levee.
HTA0K8 OF THE KIVKR.
TI10 river marked by tho gaugo last even.
log at this point at six p. m.,' 41 feet
and 2 inches and fallintr.
Pittsburg, May 23-6 p.m. River 9 foot
t inches and falling.
Cincinnati, May 256 p.m. 23 feet 7
Inches and rising.
Louisville, May 256 p.m. River 10
feet and falling.
NaHhville, May 256 p.m. River 19 feet
4 inches and rising.
tit. Louis, May 256 p.m. River 21 feet
8 inches and falling.
Tho Gus Fowler arrived on timo yester
day and departed ditto.
Yesterday was very pleasant but business
on the whwl wasjrery dull.
Tho big Chas. Morgan from Cincinnati
in duo to-morrow for New Orleans. Tho
Morgan is a rattler, and is one of the finest
boats of the Southern Transportation line.
The Ilickory from St. Louis arrived at
10:30 a. ra. yesterday, she had a fbo
freight trip for the Tennessee river. Capt.
. The Andy Bnum from Cincinnati, iu all
of her style and speed, will land here Sat
urday evening for Memphis. For all of
the comforts of the finest palacea western
river steamers name one that provides bet
ter for the traveling public than theDauin.
Her officers are all reliable, popular ami
polite gentlemen. Capt. II. J. Vinton com
mands, and Mr. M. Deems in the office.
The Buckeye State from Pittsburg is due
Saturday evening for St. Louis.
The fine Anchor line steamer City of
Cairo from St. Louis is due here this even
ing for New Orleans. Captain Vickers
The little packet A. B. Saiford, running
troin Mound City to Cairo, is doing a very
good business. Capt. Austin Owen has
Charge of her.
Tho popular Fannie Tatum from St.
Louis is due here this evening for Paducah
The Tatnm is doing a very good business,
and Capt. Conway well deserves tho pat
ronagc of shippers and travelers as he has
worked hard and zealously to buildup per
manently a good trade from St. Louis to
Paducah. lie is an old steamboatman of
great experience, and will stick to the trade
as long as he has got an caglo left.
The Vint Shinkle leaves Memphis this
evening for Cincinnati. Get your "grip"
ready, for she will report hero early Sun
day morning. W. F. Lambdin, passenger
Tho C. W. Anderson from Nashvillo ar
rived yesterday morning at 3 o'clock. She
had a light trip, received a few passengers
and about 1,500 sacks of. corn, and left for
tho Cumberland river nt 2 :30.
The City of New Orleans from the Cres
cent City arrived at 4 oclock yesterday
morning, and left shortly for St. Louis.
The R. R. Springer, Capt. II. U. Hart
maBter. arrived at 12:30 Wednesday uight
for Cincinnati. She received coal and de
parted at 1 a. m.
The tug Laurel, Capt. Ncllis master, ar
rived early yesterday morning with a large
barge of lumber from Metropolis which he
turned over to tho Polar Star for St. Louis.
Tho Hudson arrived last evening at 7
o'clock. Sho had a fair trip, left lor Pa
ducah at 7:30. Mr. Eugene List, firttt
clerk, went to Wheeling from St. Louis by
rail on business.
The dlty of New Orleans, of tho Anchor
lino, and tho R. R. Springer had a very
pretty raco from Now Orleans to Cairo.
Both boats left New Orleans last Saturday
evening together, and the first advices wo
had of them was at Vicksburg, which was
In tho river dispatches of tho Qlobe-Dom-ocrat
of tho 23d inBt, dated Vicksburg,
sT A A If mL . o
may , reacting as iouows : 1 ne springer
arrived from New Orleans at 6:30 a. in.,
took some miscellaneous freight und pas
sengers and loft at 7 :30 a. m. Tho City of
New Orloans passod up at 7 a. ru. without
landing. Bo tho Springer evidently
"smeared it all over" tho City of New
Orleans to Vicksburg. It is charged that
tho Orleans skipped other landings which
tho Springer mado. Wo are of tho opinion
that tho "Reuben RynuB" is little too much
for tho Anchor lino steamer, and sho will
havo to do much bettor than sho did in the
recent contest bctore wo can believe other
wise. Tho Springor arrived here Wodnos
day niaht at 12 :30, bolng 4 days 6 hours
and 80 minutos out from Now Orleans
This is pretty good timo, considering
tho business Bhe transitctod. Ttio New
Orleans arrived here at 3 a. m., yesterday,
making her time 4 days and 8 hours out
How long tba Springer was detained at
Memphii we have not learned. Tbo City
of New Orleans stoppod to clean out her
boilers at Memphis, which detained her
some time, but on the dead run to Vicks
burg tho Springer was tho victor with case.
Tbo following extract from a St. Joseph
paper gives an interesting account of tho
class in art needlework under Miss David
son, who will be ia Cairo next week.
Ladies of artistic tastes and abundunt
leisure havo had a most refined and ele
vating occupation tho last fow weeks. Miss
Davidson, the needlework artiut whose fatno
is co-cxtenBivo with the United States and
Canada, was induced by Mrs. Edward Ran
ney to leave St. Louis for a brief season,
and instruct a class hero, in embroidery in
its highest phases of development. Tho
results have surprised, not only her pupils,
but their friends. Tho work, both in Ar
rascne and Kensington is exquisite in do
sign, execution and coloring, "Stitch!
stitch ! stitch 1" has been elevated from tho
drudgery described by tho poet, to a worthy
place beside tho achievements of brush
and pencil. Miss Davidson's embroidery
has received most flattering notices from
tho press of New York and Washington,
and the samples of her skill which she
brought with her, cause us to endorse their
statements. One of her handsomest ban
ners is of black satin embroidered with
wild roses and leaves in natural colors, and
mounted and fringed with gold. A hand
some tablo scarf is of cardinal and old gold
plush, embroidered with the shaded leaves
and rich velvety flowers of tho cockscomb.
Her larger pieces of work, such as the cele
brated curtains emhroiderod with corn and
pumpkins, it was, of course, impossible to
bring with hor.
Mrs. General Craig, one of her apt pu
pils, has done some lovely work on satin.
Among her best pieces is a banner with a
stately stork as a centerpiece, and leaves,
lil lies and water as accessories.
Mrs. C. A.Rowley has embroidered sev
eral dresses for her littlo friends, ex
quisitely. Mrs. Woodssn is said to havo exhibited
her skill in ten different designs, tho hand
somest being an old gold sofa pillow, work
ed with a branch of sumac leaves and ber
ries in the natural colors, "so perfect the
berries look sour."
Mrs. J. A. Johnston's most admired
"needle picture," Is a black satin table scarf
embroidered on one end with ox-eye
daisies and poppies, on the other with the
leaves and blossoms of the trumpet-creeper
Mrs. F. L. McLean, also, has a lovely
satin tablo scarf, embroidered on one end
with thistles and sunflowers, on tho other
with poppies and ribbon-grass.
Mrs. Edward Ranney's chef-d'eeuvre is
a blanket for a child's bed, with roses of
shaded pink silk and arrescno leaves.
Mrs. G. G. Parry's finest work is a satin
mantel lambrequin with an elaborate de
sign ot water-lily butts, bloBsoms and
leaves, humming birds and butterflies.
Mrs. Nash's dautiest effort is a tam
Mrs. J. S. Lemon has a white satin fire
screen, with a gorgeous peafowl embroid
ered thereupon, which is worthy to be made
an heirloom of her house.
Mrs. Sam Navo and Mrs. UcCord have
distinguished themselves with their em
broidered plush chair seats.
Mrs. Geo. W. Frame, has among other
decorations a beautiful blue satin banner
with the buds, blossoms and leaves of the
Mrs. Edward Hamilton, cardinal satin
elaborately embroidered with begonia
leaves and flowers.
Mrs. Garth, hnudsoino table-scarf of
black satin embroidered with poppies and
Mrs. El. Riley, black satin table scarf
with resplendent design of sun-flowers.
Mrs. Corydon Craig, satin table-scarf
with elegant cockscomb, daisy and poppy
Mrs. N. J. Riley, handsome satin tablo
scarf embroidered with thistles, sun-flowers
Mrs. Catlett, baiucr of cardinal satin
with embroidery of exquisite lillies and
Mies Ada McCord, mantel lambrequiu'of
But 1 ii with e labor at o Eastlako design.
Miss Burnes, beautiful black satin ban
ner with Bhadod silk roses and lover's knot
and nrraseno leaves.
These descriptions givo but an import ct
idea of tho quality and quantity of decora
tive work accomplished by Miss David
It is a source of regret to admirers of the
beautiful that wo cannot claim the accom
plished teacher as our countrywoman. Sl'io
is a daughter of tho bonnie land of Wallace
and of Bruce.
Guard Against Disease. .
If you tlind yourself getting bilious head
heavy, mouth foul, eyes yellow, kidneys
disordered, symptoms of piles tormenting
you, take at onco a few doses of Kidney.
Wort. It is nature's great assistant. Use
it as an advance guard don't wait to get
down sick. Sec large advertisement.
Women are everywhere using and
recommending Parkor's Ginger Tonic, be
causo thoy have loarned t from experience
that it speedily overcomes despondency,
Indigestion pain or weakness In the back
aud kidneys, and tfher troubles peculiar to
tho sox Home Journal. See adv.
The Prosperity of France,
Tho extraordinary charges Imposed
on tho Froneh national treasury by the
Gorman war amounted, including tho
indemnity of fivo nilllards of francs, to
tho sum of ll,47r,llil.fifi6 francs, or
; nearly KJ0,fKH),(JO0. This amount ia
' exolusivo not only of private louses but
of v:ir expenses borne by the communes,
til includes, however, tho allocation of
2(j(),i)(0,0i.i0 friines to towns and depart
inoiits to repair a portion of thodamago,
caused by vvnr; of :.'G(),000,000 francs to'
repair the damage caused by the corps
of ongincers in destruction for defensive
purposes; of lfi0,00O,(XX)f. for thoropro
visionin;; of Paris: of 25,W)O,()O0f. for
Fubternini'.'in toli'graiihio lines, and 2,
C'Jli.OOO.OiHif. called the compte de liquid
ation, devoted to tho reconstruction of
fortifications, of ai nianionts, and of mili
tary provisinnmcnt. In addition to
bearing this ononnous load, tho treasury
had to repay to tho Bank of -France tho
loan of l,.rOO,(XHi,0o0f. contracted in
1X70 and 1X71. Tho extraordinary re
sources created since 1X76 to nmet this
unprecedented demand have been as
follows: (1.) An iticn'rujo of tho consoli
dated debt, nmountimr as tho balanco
of four separate loans, conversions, and
sinking fund, to 6,(W7,mH),OWf.; (2) an
increase (if terminable debt, under twon- ,
ty separate heads, to tho amount of 3,
2u(),000,ti(X)f., mul (3) alienations of tho
national capital to the amount of 171,-
000. 000f. Tho total amount of extra
ordinary resources thus created amount
to U.X'.iH.WO.MTf., being l,S73,041,129f.
less than the charges of tho war as b
foro stated. And yet not only is tho
Bank of France repaid, ryid tho comptc
tit liiublnlion closed, but tho dccouvcrli
du tremr, a floating debt, which on Jan.
1, 1X70, stood at 7,.'5,!'J5,05.')f., were re
duced, on Jan. 1, 1X80, to 630,565, 401f.,
or by 89,429, 35 If.; showing tho gross
reduction of debt, after defraying tho
wlit :-. expenditure, of more than 66,
(KH),(Kl. N'or has tho growing wealth of
Franco been shown only by restoration
of her military defense und by roduction
of consolidated and floating debt. In
1X79 ami 1XX0 suecessivo reductions of
taxation wero effected, amounting in all.
to nearly 222,000,(KXf. Tho ordinary
expenses of tho budget, which in 1879
stood at 2,700,ooo,oo0f., have risen la
1882 to 2.854.000,000f. Thus between tho
budget of 18X0 and that of 1882 is a dif
ference in diminution of receipts of 222,
(KJO.OOOf., and tho increase of expense
of 151,OO0,0(X.f., making together tho
large sum of 376,00O,OO()f. Frcuier's
( Jreat truths are often said in tho few
Perscveranco is tho best school for
Wfiat sunshine Is to flowers smiles aro
Poverty is in want of much, but ava
rico of everything.
Wit is a merchandise that is sold, but
can never bo bought.
It is much easier to settle a point than
to act on it. Cecil.
Inclination and interest determine tho
Wo are no longer happy as soon as wo
wish to bo happier.
Tho winner is he who gives himself to
his work body and soul.
Sow good services; sweet, remem
brances will prow from thtm.
IIo that wrestles with us strengthens
our nerves and sharpens our skill.
Troubles borrowed and stolen out
number by far all others in the world.
(Jreat men nnd geniuses find their true
places in times of great events.
It is easy to look down on others; to
lot)k dowu on ourselves is a difliculty.
The reproaches of enemies should
quicketi us to duty, and not keep us
On the neck of a young man sparkles
no gem so gracious as enterprise. lla
p. Tho virtue of prosperity is temper
ance; tho virtue of adversity id fortitude.
Out in tho world men show us two
sides in their character; by thoir.liro
slde, only one.
Action will not always bring hnppi
ness; but there is no happiness without
Clergymen consider this world only as
a diligence in which they can travel to
auother. Xupolcon. '
asked Guy, impatiently. . "
"Aliein! No, not precisely. You see, -Guy,
you see or rather tho plain facts
of the ease are, she is a great deal more
than I expected, and I am engaged to
her mother, and It all came about in this '
way. I struck a chance acquaintance
with Bernieo Melroso your Pernio, I
thought her and kept up a lively flirta
tion until we got engaged; then she pre- -
sen tod to mo the sweetest girl in Chris- ;
tendon ns her daughter, Bernloo Mol- '
rose. And now, Guy, tho house is
yours that is, if you will tako me for a
"I'm astonished! But to fall In love -with
persons named Beruleo Molrose .
seems to bo a family failing, so wo had
better shako hands on the subject."
"Say family blessing, rather," Inter
posed Mr. Weltou.
Farther gotio thau I am!" comment
ed Guy, sagely, while a hearty hand
shnko ended the vexing subject name
ly, Bernieo Molroso.
Mrs. Jesse James.
Tho wi'iow of the noted outlaw, since
the "removal" of her husband, has been so
besieged by reporters and publishers, that,
in self-protection, bIio has been compelled "
to publish a sworn statement denying that .
she has authorized the uso of her name ia
connection with any pretendoa history of
her husband's life.
In this connection it may not be out of
place to suggest that persons desiring to
got at the facts in the lives of all tho great
American highwaynon would do well to
ex amino G1. J. W. Duel's famous "Border,;
Outlaws," which has lust been revised an4
a new edition published from new platee
throughout. See advertisement lie whore)
in this paper. .);",