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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY,' 27, 1882.
- - -s
Mayor N. B. Thistlewood.
Treasurer T, J. Kerth.
Clerk Dennis. J. Foley.
Coui.eolor Wm. H. Gilbert.
Marshal L. U. Meyers,
BOAHU Uf AUtlUIIIN.
first Ward-Win. MeHale.T. M. Kliubrouuh.
Second Ward Jesse llinkls, C. N. Hughes,
Third Ward-Il. P, Blake, John Wood.
Fourth Ward-Charles 0. Patter, Adolpb Bwo
fifth Ward-T. W. Halliday, KmeitB. PettH.
Circuit Jurtk'e I). J. Baker.', ' "' '
Circuit Clerk-i JJ At,..
CoutlvJ'vd.'ts-K. i' JVocum.
Coor.iy cierk-8. J. Inmm.
TCnhty Attoruey-J. M. Damron.
County Treasurer Miles W. Parker.
Coroner-R Kltxiforald. .... . .
County Commissioner T. W. Eilllday, J.
GIbba and Peter baup.
CvURO BAPTIST. Corner Tenth and Poplar
vstreula; prcachlnu ttrstand third Hondays In
each month, 11 m. and 7 :30 o. in. ; P'yf fneel
inn Ttnrday, m ; Bond ay school, :0 a.ro
, , rr,. ) - ... Rev. A. J. H BHtt, Pastor.
BarU-irt j :30 a. m , Sunday Vhoo.; n"ii) m ,
Evening Prayer.. r.
f, PRMhfc, af iu:an;..TO.8T OT-
wutlh ,Uu,ul 41 7:80 01 T-1".
puncay sthool at :0U p
Klirhth and W.lntit
Sabbath ll:U)a. m. and7:J0 p.m.'
m. Rev. J. A. hcarrett, J
PROPRIETOR OP SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ico.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
r CKED FOR snirpiNa
Oar Loads a Specialty.
(tor. Twelfth Street and Leyee,
pKJ.;MiYTRKrAN -KIKbth street; preacher or.
A Mahb. L b at 11 W . m. and yp. m; pr;yei;
ai j p. m. Kev. U. Y. Geore, pastor, t.
CT.JOSKHI H -,Komn Catholic) Comer Cro!
U and Walnut streets; trrve Sabbath-10 ) '
o.i li iu.lay School at a p. m. ; Vesper J p. m. : ser
nee. every day at b a. m. Hot. O'llsre, Priest
CT HATKIcrs-WKoman Catholic) Corner NlnuL
ftaih Sand 1u m.j v.. Kr. i p. m.; 8 nnday School
it. tt. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
TMIM MPW. ,.
"tull-V, 3:15 a. ni I fMall 4 (. '
tAccom datMn.llMOam Bxor.M U
u vKMTRAL K. '
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ExI.r.).h.T il- KA- '" ":SU"
Acc '"-4 J H. (Narrow Ciauo )
''... . lurJSa.ro Kpre 4:Wp.m
'inMatlon. 1 :i p.m I Aeroiu'datoln 12:tfi p.m
BT L . l.M AS K. R. .
tExprf ll:tfipra I tKiprcM........ :P
tAcium oalinn. .ip.m I tAccom daUon.H:45 a m
WABASH. 8T 1.01' IS PACIKIC K'Y CO.
Mall K.... 4 41 vm 'Mali A Ex.... D:3) pm
Ual'.y except Sunday, t Dally.
M0B1LK Is OHIO K. K.
Mall :'5a.m. I Mail Jt 'V p.m
Biprem t:) . I Hxpmn B " P "
JLLINOLS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Lino Hunnini;
Making Direct Conneotion
Tium Liiti Cairo:
li: lO u in. Mull.
Arrlrliigln St. Loulu 1:45 a m.; CblcaRO.H:) n.m.;
Conm-ciitia at Odin and bnlngham (or Clncln
nail, LouUvtllo, Indlanapoli and point East.
11:10 a.m. ttt. Iouitt urxd Wwitern
Arriving In 8 1. Louis 7:05 p. m., and connecting
for alfpoiuU Wot.
i-.iiO p.m. Kant Kxprea.
J or St. Louie and Chicago, arriving at St. Lonll
10:40 p.m., and Chlcaii 7ii a.m.
4:iJO p.m. Cincinnati Kipreae.
Arrivlnit at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Iuuvllle 7:20
a m.; IndlauapolU 4:00 a.m. PansenttiTf by
thiK train reach Uie above point lii to 30
UOUKS In advance or any other route.
rfrThe4:20 ri. m. expre. hai PULLMAN
bl.EKI'INO CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
channel, and through lecportto St. Lol n
Fast Time East.
TV, oc,ntl f-fv,,a ly hls llne through to Kant.
1 dSSengCI S era point without any delay
canned by Suuday Intervening. The Saturday after
r....n ..(n trnm r.nlra arrive. In new York Monday
morning at 10 :S5. Thlrty-ilx hour in advance of
" rwKor through tickets and further Information,
apply at Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
JA8. JOHNSON, J. II. JONK8,
Oen . Southern Agent. Ticket Agent.
A. II. HANSON, Oen. Pact, Agent. Chicago
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
Express and Mail loaves Cairo, every day except
Sonday, at 10:5 a.m. Arrive 4:35 p.m.
Accomuiodutlon arrives at viw p. m. and de
parts at 1 :o p. m.
Q.E0RGE II. LEACH, M. D.
Phvician and Surgeon,
Hpocliil attention paid to the Homeopnlbic treat
mont of surgical diseases, and diseases of womau
"oflki: Vn 1 Hli strset, opposite tho Postonico,
jy. W. C. J0CELYN,
OFFIOK-Blghtk Street, noat Comrcll Avwou
R. E, W. WniTLOCK,
Ornoi No. 1M Commercial
JtgUth aud Ninth HiroeU
EV YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
OOODSSOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. FAT1ER & CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth street
Commercial Avenue f
J500 REWA11D ! '
Stillman'b ELIXIR of LIFE
A linroly Vegetable Blood Purlflor, and guaran
teed to enre 05 cusus in 10O, or money rofurded.
iho aDove reward will be paid for a remedy which
Malaria, Fever and Ague,
will cure as many c&xe of
ner JJIscaMes. ,,() holiw. sold on lis merlta,
without advertising, In seven years. If bilious,
languid, and your ambition is gone, life Is gloomy.
Try one bottle. It will convince you of its superi
ority over any other remedy. If yen have any Hu
mors of the Sklu or blood, from whatever cause,
this Elixir will euro It when all other remedies
have failed. Ask your druggist for it. Price $1
aud $2. A $2 dollar bottle sent by expresa pre
paid. MTdbyA. L. STII.LMAN & CO., New
York Circulars free. II. C. WILLAKD, Gen'l
Agunt U.B. and Cansda, Troy, N. Y,
TUB REGULAR CAIRO AND
HENRY K. TAYLOR.,
Leaves Paducah for Cairo daliy (Sundays except
d)at 8 a.m. and Monnd City at i p m. Return
ng, Leaves Cairo at 4 p. m. Mound. City at Sp. m.
THE A. R. SAFF0RD.
Dally packet between Cairo aud Mound City Cap
tain Andle Owen.
Lvaves Cairo ....7:S0 A. M.
Mound City 9:) " "
" Cairo ..,... U' Noon
" Mound City 1:10 P. M.
" Cairo 4::i0 " "
" Mound City ..6 " "
HteamprSllvcrthnrn; 147 feet length; 88 loot
hoani; 4 foot bold ; i engines; t cylinders; 12 Inches
diameter; 4 foot stroke; t boilers, 40 Inches diame
ter. 1H feet long. The boat and machinery Is In ox
cellcnt repair, and in good running order; she has
full cabin aud is ene of the best light draught
boats on the rlv.-r. For terms apply to, or address
W.J. Turner, master, at Hickman. Kentucky; or
V. F. i.ambdln, river editor of Dally Dulletln,
A New and complete Hotel, fronting on Levee
Hecoud and Railroad Streets,
Th Passenger D'pot of the Chicago, St. Lonls
an ew Orleans: Illinois Central; Wabash, ht.
Louis and Parlflc; Iron Moontaiu nnd Houihern,
Mobile and Ohio; Cairo and St. Lout I Cull
are all just across the street; while the Steamboat
Landing is bat one en. "are distant.
This HoU-l is hrau.d by sti'am, has steam
Laundry. Hydraulic Elevator, Electric Cull Hells.
Automatic Fire-Alarms, linth. absolutely pure air,
purled sewerage and complete appointments.
Superb furuifhlugs; perfect service; and an un
Li. P. 1'AHKKK Ac CO., Lessees
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QAIRC'riS CITY FERRY CO.
THREE Vl SWATES.
On end after Monday, Jnne'th, and until turther
notice tbefenyboat will make trips as follows:
MAVIS LIAVI8 LIAVBS
Foot Fourth st. Missouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld g.
g:00a. m. 8:S0a. m. a. m.
10:00 a.m. 10:30a.m. 11 a. m,
3:00 p.m. 2:p.m. 3 p.m.
4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 5;00p.m.
i p.m. 8.S0 p.m. I p.m
MILL AND COMMISSION.
O A. la
Qt W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
constantly on band
At Seventy-five cents per load.
At one dollar per load.
The "trlmmingi"ars coarse shavings and make
the best summer wood for cooking purposes as well
as ma cneapest ever soia in uairo.
use Insetting tlras, they are nneqnalled
t ta Tu itry.it wood Trd
FL0UE, GRAIN AND HAY
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
RETORT OF THE CONDITION
or TH R
CITY NATIONAL 13ANIC
at Cairo, In the Slnto ol Illinois, at the close of
May mil. 1882,
Loans and discounts 8C7.0M 94
OverdraUs 2,174 4ft
TJ. S. bonds to secure circula
tion..... 60,000 ao
Other storks, bonds nnd mort-
gg 7.1,411 ,Vt
Due from approved reserve
agents fTO.fiW 43
Due from other Nntloiml bunks 17,iM5 37
Due from Statu banks nnd
ImnUers 1R,1M 38- 10(1,119 18
Ren) estute, furniture and fix
tures 0521 n
Current expenses aud taxes
PBlil..... B,417 (tt
Checks and other rash Itums. .$ S.57B S.1
Bills of other Uauks 10,100 (X)
Fractional paper currency,
ulckulsund pemilee 418 05
Gold,.. v. WA
Silver 9,70J 46,ltJ an
Legtil Tender Holes .. 15,U0O 0t( 75,8!W 90
Redemption ftiud with U. S,
Treasurer, (5 per ccut. of cir
culation) MM ' 9,45000
Total , "70!,7m 20
Cnpltnl stock paid In lon.nno 00
Suriilus Fund 1'JIUKk) Oil
I'ndlvlded Profits 14,91 51
NuHouul hunk notes outstand
ing 45 000 00
luillvldual deposits subject to
check...... :i(!r.,4:t) (W
Demand certificates nrdoposll, U,Ji 1
Duo toother Niitloiuil banks, 2,1'J) 8V
Duo to Suite . buuka aud
hunkers ........ M 4WH,8U l
Notes and bills re discouutod Xi.ouo 00
Totai $7011,740 SO
State of Illinois, county of Alexander, ss.
I, Thou. W. Halllday, Cnshltir of tlto above namod
bank, do solemnly swear that the above stntemont
Is true to tbo bust of my knowledge and boliuf. .
...... . Tuos. W. IlAUiioar, Cashier.
Hubscrthedtndiworn to before me this Kith duy
olMay,18iM. CiiAt. Cvkmihoham,
. ; NoUry I'ubilo.
It. n. CtrXKINSHAlI, )
p. D. WnxtAiMuy , J-Dlroctori.
XI. II. t'AKUKI. i
W. V. Lajibmw, river editor of 'i'riB Bui.lti
and steamboat passenger agent. Order, for all
kinds of steamboat job printing solicited, 'offlce
at Planters Hotel, No, 54 Ohio levee.
BTAQE8 OF THE RIVKR.
The river marked by tho gauge laat even
ing at this point nt six p. tu., 40 feet
and 1 incli and falling.
Pittaburg, May 280 p.m. River 8 feet
3 inches and falling.
Cincinnati, May 260 p.m. 25 feet 3
inches and rising.
Louisville, May 206 p.m. River 10
feet 6 inches aud rising.
Nashville, May 20 0 p.m. River.2l feet
11 inches and risiiiij.' f"
8t. Louis, May 266 p.m. River 23 feet
6 inches and rising.
The W. P. Halliday from St. Louis ar
rived yesterday at 1 o'clock p. m. Sho was
nearly flat to the guards with freight, and
added sufficient iere to fill her out for
New Orleans. She departed at C :30 p. m.
The Jaa. W. Gsff from Memphis lauded
here yesterday morning at 5 :40. She had
about 150,000 feet of lumber besides a lot
of miscellaneous freight and a good lot of
passengers, and left at 6 a.m. Capt. Bob
Wiso was at his post, and Mr. Surtees writ
ing up his books.
The elegant passenger steamer Andy
Baum this day for Memphis. Capt. II. J.
Vinton, master of ceremonies; Mr. M. M.
Deems, head of the clerical corps. The
Baiirn provides well for her guests, and
passengers going in the direction of Mem
phis can secure tickets at low rates from
W. F. Lambdin, agent.
The big Charley Morgan, Capt. Stein in
command, is due to-day lor the Lower Mis
sissippi. Her destination is New Orlenns.
She has a good trip of freight, and will re
ceive more hereon her arrival.
The John B. Maude from St. Louis ar
rived yesterday morning at 2 :30, and de
parted for Memphis at 4 a. ni.
The Hudson from Paducah, for St. Louis
is due this evening. She will leave here
positively at 7 p. m. Passeugers going up
the Mississippi by securing transportation
on this tine packet will receive every atten-
To' tion essential to comfort from tho worthy
OAU.Ticer8. who have charge of her. She has
an'i'i'tflegant cabin with forty finely furnished
best the It
is her wortu.
The City of Helena from Bt. Louia is duo
to-day for Memphis.
The City of Vicksburg leaves St. Louis
to-day for the Lower Mississippi. She
will roport here to-morrow. ,
The Annio P. Silver, of the Anchor line,
is due here to-morrow for New Orleans.
The Sto. Genevieve from Memphis ar
rived last night and departed for St. Louis
Bhortly after her arrival.
Yesterday was a beautiful day and thero
is a prospect of some nice seasonable set
The City of Cairo arrived at six o'clock
last night, and departed for Vicksburg at
her table supplied with the
Ross, Jas A Ray, Joe ,
RobortBfyfl Hnook, C D '
Sledg( Donum Straton, Chrfrley J
Sanders, John L Smith, Robt
Tonnyf CM " Vfgf, Casper
Walsh; John M Wright, S
Watts, M L . Yeuwing, Young, -
Persons calling for the above mentioned
will please say advertised. '
Geo. W. McEeaio, Postmaetor.
Labratorv 77 West 3ur
Judge F. Cross is in Chicago, attending
Mrs. John F. Rector left yesterday for a
short visit to Metropolis.
Mr. Walter M. Cundiff has returned from
not 8prings, where he went some weeks
ago for his health. lTo is much improved.
Mr. J. J. Penny, formerly foreman of
The Bulletin news-room, now editor and
publisher of the Pinckneyville Democrat,
was in the city yesterday.
Miss Cynthia Luttrell came down from
Jacksonville, Thtuwlay, and will remain in
the city until Monday, when she will re
turn to her home in Paducah.
Mr. Walter Jackson, formerly with
MessrB. Stratton. & Bird, now traveling tor
the great St. Lorjis cracker house of Dozier,
Weylo & Co., was in the city yesterday.
Mrs. Flora E. Stevens is still in charge
of the Western Union Telegraph station at
The Halliday. Her services are satisfactory
alike to the public and to the company.
A party of Mobile & Ohio railroad dig
nitaries, consisting of W. B. Duncan, J. B.
McMahon, General Manager Reeves, and
General Freight and Passenger Agent C. J.
Wallor were at tho Halliday yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Iliggins re
turned last night, by Wabash, drain, from
their extended wedding tour in Uie North
east. They will remain in tho city a few
dayB on a visit to the bride's parents, and
then go to Olmsted to settle down.
Mr. Frank Hearden, of Colorado, brother
of Col. James S. Reardon, ot this city, vat
in Cairo Wednesday, Thursday and yester
day on a short visit and on his way to Shaw-
nectown and Chicago on business. Col.
Rflarrinn had not neon tyut for nineteen
years, ami was, naturally, very agreeaoiy
is coming up from
Shinkle for CincinnaT J w 15ul 'auious
arrive here to morrow
an excursion party froOl UlltltlWS.
board, who aro making
, .Voile History of tbo
TheShinklois a pleasant boMureii 0, America'
as her officers believo in high
good string band is on board, heiv.
good timo all the way up tho rivci jaines
' the pr.:f-
Tho Gus Fowler is due from Faducau" ami
usual this evcningnd return. urn
. . ...... . . 'no
The B. S. Rhea left Nashville Friday,
will roach here to-morrow evening
leave on her roturn Monday morning.
Capt. Farrell, an old time steamboat
man, offers to wager $100 that he can namo
twenty-five steamboats of 25 years ago,
whose joint record is better than that of
any 25 boats that can be named to-day.
This reminds us of Bomo pretty fast ones
which aro yet frosh lu the memory of tho
writer, some of which we will mention :
A. L. Shotwell, Eclipse, Princess, Telegraph
No. 8, AWia Adams, Atlantic, Pacific,
Roindor, Fashion, Telegraph No. 2, Choc
taw, Baltimore, Thos. Swann, Dianna aud
many others we could mention if nec
essary. Wo think Capt. Farrell would
have a safe bet at his proposition.
The St. Louis Dispatch says: Ouc ot one
hundred and forty pilots, tho total mem
bership in 1805 of tho Western Boatmen's
Benevolent association, Thero are at present
time but forty activo working; sixty-three
havo died; thirteen on commanding steam
boats, and twenty-four , have retired from
the river to engage in other pursuits. Since
1805 thero havo been more than 75 pilots
licensed to pilot' below St. Louis and Cairo.
The Anchor lino now has 33 pilots employed,
but when all their boats aro in service they
Tho St. Louis Republican of 20th inst.
noted: Will Hays remarks in tho Courier
Journal, la which, ho sayB, tho Springer and
tho City of Now Orleans passod Vicksburg
together without landing." Will was sim
ply mistaken. Tho City of New Orleans
did not land at Vicksburg, for her ofticors
woro too badly scared. Tho race being
more than interesting for her, sho passed
ly with all tho speod that could bo given
her, whilst tho Springer landed and re
mained one hour which wo cao prove by
telegram from VickBburg to that effect, and
tho Republican, by refurriHg to the Globe
Democrat of 24th inst., will find such dis
patch from Vicksburg. ,
Engineer Charles Thrupp iias been to
Pulaski county within tho last ten days, to
HPt some property there. Ho found
tm il E i I . ft
in some places, and
tSmnr. flw dnnnfnfl
)ut the tbiiiu iv o,..
fiirnM'ni. merchants, etc
uivniiiaom to everybody
U. H, Pimtage bum pa
- . wiulu-vnmfttm.ri Aupnt.
Li 1 IlilmM I Ml wiinll'il v.rTuli...-
Wlll tur Cireiilsr snii ti-rms. Artilrocw nil nrlen, to
o-w i:i.OTiii:i(i( ii; j i;i w ohks,
tLunri.Kt i.Htnliilmi,'ntit tim kiml in the wotlu,)
K t-iio, (Iswciio County, N.
Writt liotd" W Oit'r.l'otirtry .S'Mr..j(.iHiry, andrmlthn
minf. orir.r.iff vhAVk Yntkitr rrattttrtii Ititer.ntnur rnk
JIKWAIti: OF VltTIII.FH 1M1T ATIOVN1
None g.miiiim without nurTnde.Msrk.and tiiitn
turo of J. A. l'ooi., vu back of liwnmu'iit, as hiAnvt;
t very Instninwni. iir milled IWftrl and VtiiMt.
hn of lii.tnimcnl, : v inehiw ltnr,8 iiiebe. wlilii,
ttrtiim II at oticb and we will rfiii.l your num. y.
l'lenee ataU) where yen saw our advurtiwuuuit,
JAPer week run be iiiniln in m inr.nt
this ob1"1 1 " f."1."'"" ' S oiitdi,
. , , ' '"IAHA.M 4 CO., Jloston, Muss-
Willi 100 c-
mediately after h
fered position URCATIVE PILLS Now Rirh
t ,, ., i ...-I'leti'iycbanuelheliliiodintheen-LiOlllS
81111 ClllCagOyUiontha. Any pnraunwhuwill take
ii iw,Uoimar bo roHtnrcd
u a .thmir boiioihli. riulilev
Jil fnr H letter "latnpn I. H.
Mass., formerly Uuunor, Me.
I ETTER LI5
KM K NTS.
LIST OP LETTERS RKMAININO ti.
KOK IN TUB POHTOPKICK AT CAIIlO,
BATCUDAY, MAY 27, 1882.
Harris, Pinnie A
Colp, Nancy E
Harrison, Sue S
gents' list. -
Baker, L W
Giines, E F
Brown, P T
Cochran, J L
Fisher, J I)
Good, A M
Gibson, W II
Hutchinson, J C .
Jones, G W
Jarvis, J R
Lane. G U.
McGouhao, Andrew Mack, Oldam L
Milburn, Chits McCord, Geo
Parmer, Geo W
Pichter, Jha ;
Wynatt, John 3
Pigfoot, Jim U ,
'While sharpeninsf my razor oneday," "
says a retired barber in his "memoirs,'
"and drawing its keeti edges across my
thumb', the thought come Into my head
what a formidable weapon this i and
how completely at my mercy mankind
is. Why then should I not turn its use
to moro advantage to mysulf, and, in
Btead of being satisfied with tho pultry
ten or iiftoon cents, devlso some plan f
which will bring me in an amounV more
propciQimnty to tho power I wield? )
"I 'p'oj)dreft ; over the subject for ai,
long time, and was still turning it over ?
amlover in my mind, when n customer
entered tho shop and seated himself in
my chair. I went through tho process .
of shaving him in a mechanionl manner,
and began my usual feonversation in a
listless way, iuito unlike my wonted
energetic tvlo. 'Your hair neods trim
ming,' I sard. Ho replied that he did
not want it touched to-day. As ho said
thin, I unconiwiously let the cold blade
of tho razor fall upon his neck. A look
of terror came over his faoo. Like a
flash, I saw and grasped my opportun- .
ity. Keeping the razor against his neck,
and looking him firmly in the eyes, 1 in
quired: " 'Did you say you would have your
hair cut to-day ?'
'I did,' ho whispered.
' " 'And a shampoo?' I continued.
' 'And a shampoo.' ' V
'W'.'th a bath?' ;
'With a bath.' ' , '
" 'Do you rjsc bay rum?' i
" 'Always,' htf said, with a beseech
' I was half wild with excitement, but
I preserved my habitual manner, aswoll
as possible, and during tho day had re-
Jieated my operation sovcral times.
Cach day brought me greater confidence
njid equal success, and ftff tlifl end of six
.months I had sufficient money laid away
to buy it .little shop."
Hardy "Platts for tho Garden.
There aro numerous hardy herbaceous
plants which should have more atten
tion than they usually .receive at tho
hands of amateur gardeners, who seem
to prefer bedding out plants to fill thoir
gardens. Thero are many perennials
which will survive the severest winters,
and require only a semi-annual enrichr
in of the soil, and when they have be
jeoTno too large, a division of their roots.
Jn planting them, place the taller vari
tti in the center uf tho bed, and plaBt
iu straight or circular rows, decreasing
in hti!)t until th border i edged with
Vie Uuvro.'-t varieties, and when tho
plants nro In tluwur yoi will be greL y
pleased whh the lino ellocl or 1U0 N.
Among the tost desirablo of ti
herbnooous plant- are yarrow, colli
bine, bell llowor, Jily tif the valle
vhrysauthcmuin, M'aJ'ii cowslip, (lari"
ispur, diclainnus, bleding-heati, -v?-' ...
lily, inulltdii, iris, pnotiks, fivo-fingt.
l"'Hstunu,, divopiug eatchflyjs.
'', stono-erop,' .baxifrage,
' "-His. " ' "
or any Life Insurance Company
IN TIIK .WOULD.
it alone Issues
stlpnktlne that (he contract of Insurance "shall
not be dlsnated" after It is three years old.
aud that such policies shall be
on receipt of satisfactory proofs of death.
Its policy is clmr aud concise, and contains
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
OW l, ,.u.
n thi'tirh. 1 Ket
Heparata wiro av. "
with room to fly abouu- n!B1i compare th,
lioriied owls and tho lesser "oNFiiultabio with
was a good tV;al of suspicion to wttUL.wRa
things just lit iu'st. The lesser owl be
ing the least acquainted with tho habits
of man was tho easiest to tame. I give
you that curious fact. 1 havo only natt
these lesser owls during the spring.
Tho hen bird is sitting in her selected
box with ft holo In it, on thrco eggs.
Dump, as we call her, will let me or my
head Keeper put our hands in nnd tako
tho eggs from under her and replace
them again without tho least anger or
nliirni. Her niato. whose name is Toby, '
will, it I ask him to do so, danco with
mo in tho funniest way possible, or with .
my parlor maid, to whom ho seems also
to have taken a fancy. His dauco, be
tween every two tlilleriu'g steps, is tho
complete turn of the waltz, but the
qiiaintness of his executed evolutions
ami the graeo he assumes nro inimita
ble. Then In point of urbanity comes
the horded owl, then the brown owl,
nudvst Uie white owl, who has the most
fxporionco of tho malevolence of man,
nnd therefore the least trust iu him."
Women are everywhere using and
recommending Parker's Ginger Toole, be
cause they huva learned from experienco
that it speedily overcomes . despondency,
indigestion piin or weakness in th back
and kidneys, and other troubles peculiar to
tho sex. Homo Joua;-J dT ..,
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