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'HE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLIN0I8. TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE C, 1882.
City Officers. 1
Muyor S. II. TliiHtluwiMHl.
Treasurer T. ! . Kerth.
Clerk Drum. J, Poley.
Connei,lur--Vm. 11. (Jilbert.
.Viirslml-L. H. Meyers.
Attorney -William Hendricks.
auAHi) or ai.iiikiuk.
firm Ward - Win. McHalu, T. M. KlmbrouRu.
Sii.'iiiil Ward JeM llmkle, C.N. 11 injl.es,
'I'l.ini Ward I). K. Itlaku. John Wood.
l-'ourtu W ardUarles 0. Ptler, Adolpti Bwo-
i IfUi Ward -T. W. Ralllday, Ernest 11. PattU.
( irruit Jinli.'! I). J.H.iker.
( In lit Clerk -A. II. Irvln.
County .luilire- K. H Y neurit.
County ( lent - h. .1. J 1 11 in in .
County Attorney -J. M. Dammit,
( 'on til v Treasurer-Miles W. Parker.
Mn-rltl John I Indite.
uron. t - H. Kio-.L'erald
County C(iinmtloiiers-T. W. Ualllday, J. A
CIIiIim uii'l 1'i u r saup.
. i ti;ii li uirur I'.trfn.r T.,Mh null I'rmtar
J mr. !; r. a IiIiik tlr-t ml third Sunday In
4' ll 'l tril II. II It III. ueu I ..-i e . in , i """
lii j TuurnUy, 7:fp. m ; Sunday srhool, '.v.W am
It'-v. A. J. II ESS, Pastor.
Aliri( ll OK TUB REDEEMER (Enlacon!,
I . .. .... . fci. V'MIl W..lu
KvliitriK' : :' a. m . Hunt! s' hn.il ; U 0 1 a.m.
M.irt.liii; Piayers; too p. m.. Evening Prayer. K
l. Iiav.-iuiort. S. T. H- Hrftor.
rotirieeilin nin'i-i, nuiiuT i -
-i:sT MISSIONARY ItAPTIHT CHURCH-
' I . i.. hli m I" i a n... l P- " na I'- ra
a. luii, ki I.ihiI at " : p. in Key. T. J. Hbure,
I I I t! KKAN-Tuirleenth gi met; serwe Hit)'
L l.iiMi 1 1" in ; Miiiiilny srhool I p. in. Rev.
rTII"lIST -Cur. ElRhth and Walnut streets,
A! I'n tilr.ir Sabbath H .'. m. nd 7 :W p.m.
mil m ii'inl t .:m i m li v J. A. stcarrett,
1 li'KM'.Y'l KHIAN -Eolith street; preachluK on
m,!,WIi t n:'l . m and 7: p. m ; prayer
., ,,, -,Ve,iii.-silav at 7:i p. m.; Sanday bctmol
it : . in. Rev H. V. 'ieure, pastor.
,loKl'H S -iKoman Catholic) Corner from
?5 n-,.1 Walnut streets; services Sabbath 10:na.
3, sui.iiiiv m IwHil at p. m ; Vtwpnra 9 p. m. : ier
rir!. ,:.Ty dayalha. ni. Kuv. U'llara, l'rlcl.
rj X 1'ATHH'K H -(Human Catholic) Cornor Ninth
O nirwt and Wanhliiirton avenne; aerrtcea Hab
oaili Sand In a m ; Vr:rS p. m.: Bnnday School
,rm .-rvn: every day at a a m. Ret. MtTuli
K. K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
II.I.INUISCKNTUAL K. K.
tiuis. nrnnr. TiiaN aiiniv.
Mail l:l" ra I 4:iK a.m
tAu urn diit)i.u.ll:Ma.m I KxorttM UilOi.m
jt;ij,ri.-, 4:ip m AccomdalluB 4;i6p m
MHS CKNTKAL. It. K.
Mil 4 .4'. a m I tMall r,:(1p.ni
. M:Ua m
.:. R. R
1 1 am
(Narro liaue )
KipmM 4:3S pm
Accum'daloln Vi db p.m
Eifr'-f - l":- a m
Armm datloii. 1 :i p m
sT t. I M
ft 8 K R
Kxpr-w II :-'P-in I Kpf' ':8'.P-m
tArciiiu naiiuf. ..ip.m tActom datlon 11.45 a.m
WAIIASII, hT. I.Ol'H PACIFIC R'Y CO.
Vail Ki ... I l vra Mall 1 Kx.... 9:'J P m
f Daily except Sunday, t Dally.
M.BII.K0IO R. R
Mail 6:'..m. I Mall HtSJtp.m.
Kxpre". .: a.m. I Kxpren V "
LLiNOIS CKNTKAL K. R.
Shortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlvlino RunTiint;
O DAILY TRAINS
Making Diiikct Connkotion
Tiuinb Lkab Caiho:
1.1:1 f ii tn. Mull.
Arrlvlr.it In St. I.uiilr' .4r a in. ; ChlcaRo,:.1tl p.m. ;
Coiimotini; at (dln and KllluKhani fur Clnciu
uall, Lunlavillu, luillaiiapoln and points Eact.
1 1 : 1 n.iri. Ht. I jonis mid "NVuMtorn
ArrlvliiKln St. I.onlr-Tiuft p. m and connectlni!
tor ail tiokiitB Went.
4:i.'( p.m. Kimt Kxprnsn.
InrHt. Iiouli and Chicago, arrlviiiR at St. Lnulf
Wild p.m., and Chicago 7 a m.
j:-j) p.m. 'im-iimiit i KxprPHH.
Arrlvlni! at Cincinnati 7.i) a.m.; I.ouinvllla 7:31
a m.i Iiiillannpolln 4:iki a.m. I'wwnKun 1
thlK train reach tho ahovo tiolntt 1 U to 3d
HOC RS tn advance of any other route.
ItVThe 4:Jl p. m. expruM haa TULI.MAN
M.KKl'lNO CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
chanueK, and through alnupen to St. tools and
l'ist Timo KiisL.
J (ISMlll I cm polula without ny delay
cauciid liy Siiiiilny IiiIitvi'IiIhi;. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrive In new Yo'k Monday
morning at ln::i.V Thirty viz hours In advance of
ay ntlii'r roulii. ...
tKor Ihroiiuh tlrkntu and further luforiiiatlon,
niily al IIIIiioIh C. nlral RnlHoad Dijiot, Cairo.
J AB. JOHNSON. J. II. JONB8,
(Inn . Southern Acent. Tlcltet Agoot,
A, II. HANSON, iuu. Pm, Auont. Chlcno
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R. It.
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
Bxnrun and Mall teiiven Cairo, every day except
Biin'day.at imsri b. in. Arrlv.a I :;iri p, in.
Accoinniodiitloui'rlve8iitli!:05 p. m. and de
parta at I :'Ji p. i.
1K W. 0. JOCKLYN,
OFFlt'K-KlitUth Strant, near Comnrctl Avnq
JR. K. W. WHITLOCK,
Urrtoi-No. 13(1 Commercial Avanua, bitweo
Hgbth and Nluth Streau
PROritlKTOR OF BrilOAT'H PATENT
Wholosalo Uoulcr in lro.
ICiJBYTIIE CAR LOAD OR T0N.WEL1
rTKED FOR BHIPPINO
Oar Ijoads a Spooialtv.
o vy i (j n; i
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
AEXANDKR COUNT V
Commercial Avenne and Eighth Street,
f .-HHOSS, Prmidi nt. I P. NKI'P. Vice Pren'nt
H. WKl.tiS, Ca.hler. I T- J. Kurth, Aan't caih
Y- Bro" - t'a'ro I William Klnte. .Cairo
Peii rNelf Wintum u-.,if ..
C. M (Merlon " I C. O 1'atler..! "
B.A.Buder ' I It. Weill "
J. Y. Clemon, Caledonia.
A (JP.S ERA MIAN KINO HVSINKSS DONE.
KxChaniru aold anil Kntiirht fnl.u.t lM
theSavlngi Department. Col'lectloua made and
11 builneni promptly BtteniJed to.
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Hurhest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
"j JANK STATEMENT.
REPORT OP T1IK CONDITION
or Tn it
CITY NATIONAL HANK
at Cairo, iu the Sutc ol Illinoin, at the clone of
May Mil, li!8j.
Loan and diccouiilK $ 3ii7,itM !'
OverdraflB 'J.ITI s
V. S. bond lo Pccure cin-iila
tion - :t m
Other itoi kit, Imudi' ami imirt-
ttaea 75.111 W
Due from approved nctrve
Ki-nta jrtl.ftt-.' 11
Due from other National Imnkn 17,Jl.'i ;I7
Due from Mate lianka nml
liaukera 1S.1SI ;1S- H;,U!) IS
lira) eatatv, furuiluro und llx-
Current uipi'iiaea und taxi'H
l"ld . ' 5.117(f)
( heck" and other ranh iti nia . .$ 3,ri7'l R'i
Illlla of other ItmikK Id.Imi no
Prartlonal paper nirrenrv,
nirkelaaiid pennlcH '. .is (0
old J.ui H.V)
Silver Wytf-HMM no
I.t'trnl Tender notes lj.mm (ii 75,mM no
Redemption fund wlih 1'. S.
'1 reiitmrc r, (5 per cent, of clr-
Total $7011,719 10
Cnpltnl slock paid in J lno.min no
Suriilna Pund Kli.ou) (K)
Pnilivldeil profits U.IKjii 51
National hank note oiilHtimd-
i"K 45,0J 00
Individual deponllH aiihject to
DeniBlulcortllleatenofdepoKit, I'J.HJO I I
Due to other National liunk. i'j
Duo to Statu luinka and
bunkera 'Jl,:itl(l 'M- 4'i4,81J m
Notes and hilla re ilim-ounted STi.UK) no
Total $7ie.,7'M 20
State of llllnola, rounly of Alexander, h.
l.Thoa. W. Ilalllday, Cnaliler of tht1 above named
bank, do nolemnly aweur thut the above atiitement
In true to tho beat of my knowledge and belief.
Tiioh. W. II ai.i.io a v, CaKliier,
Kubricrthed and (worn to before mo thlB'i'ith day
Of May, IHtti. (.'HAS. Ct'NNlNUIIAI,
It. It. CtlNNINIIIIAM, 1
(J. D. Williamson, iDiiectori,
II. II. Ca.niikk. I
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL liANK. '
71 OHIO LKVEE.
A General Banking1 businoss
TIIOS. V. 11 AJLLilDAV.
JNTKRPKISE HAVING BANK.
Of Cairo, ' .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TIIOS. W. IIAL.L.11J AY,
Natural Fruit Flavors.
PropareJ from the choicest Fruits, with
out coloring, poisonous oils, acids or artific
ial Essences. Always uniform in strength,
without any grlulterations or impurities.
Have gained their reputation from their
perfect purity, superior strength and quat.
ity. Admitted by all who have used them
as the most delicate, grateful and natural
flavor for cakes, puddings, creams, etc,
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and St. Louis, Mo.,
ikfr.ol Lepalla Vi.,,1 Orn,, pp. Prim', rm. B.kl.g
Powilftr, ud Dr. Wlr'. L.la. I'.rruMM.
WE MAKE NOSECONDCRADECOODS.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IK TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIKU & CO..
Cor.NineteontbHreetJ Pa inn Til
CoDtmerclklAvuonai UcllIU, 111.
M1E REOCLAlt CAIRO AND PADUCAH
HENRY E. TAYLOR Master
OHO. JOUES Uerk
Lfavos Padncah for Cairo daliy fSnndavs except
) at 8 a.m. and Mound City at 1 p m.' lteluru
K, Leaves Cairo at1 p, iu. Mound. City at 5p. tu.
THKA. R. SAFFOJil).
Daily jiacket between Cairo and Mminr C'Ry -'P
tain A tulle Owen
Leaves Cairo 7:.K) A.M.
Mininrt City !)::) " "
" ( aim I,' Noon
" .Moiiud City P. M.
" Cairo 1: 8) '
" MuiindCitv li " "
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On r.nd after Monday, Jnne 7th, and until lurthor
notlco thefenyboat will make trips as follows:
MATES I.EAVIH HAVXS
Foot Fourth st. Missouri Laiid'R. Kentneky I,d g.
8:00 . m. H:H0a. in. a. m.
10:0(1 a. m. 10:30 a. in. 11 a. m.
8:00 p. m. 2:S0 p.m. a p.m.
4:or p.m, 4:S0 p.m. 5i00p.m.
2 p. m. 'I'M) p.m. I p.m
BOARD: $3.00 PER WEEK, $3.00
roHTorru'D, At.t.KN bi'iiiniih, wim ai. ill.
DIXON HPRINCiSaresittiatetlliiiiaptir of tho
Ozark Mountains, ten miles frotv (lolronila anil
fourteen mile from Vienna, In a, lioautlful valley
surrounded hy high dill's,
Tho cutlery Is unsurpassed, and the water l
strong with mlnenil properllim. No. I Is stronit
w.tli Iron, No. 'J wltb matrueala, sulphur and Iron-a
free uso of the water has proved an itnfullliiK reme
dy lor Dyspepsln, Jauudlco, Liver Complaint.
Kidnoy alfect Ions and Chronic Diarrhoea. As
summer resort Dixon Hprlnua ts deservedly popu
lar, hulnir oiiiat, sucliidud and ennl, free from dust
nml mosiiultoe. Beasou from II rat of June to first
of December. JuS. JS. I, EM EN,
W. F Lamiiiiim, rlvnr editor of i'iik Hl'I.i.tik
and stiamhoat pasiini;er a,'i nt. Orders for all
kinds of steamboat Job printinc sollclled. Olllco
at Planters Hotel, No. M Ohio lovoe.
oTAllKN OK TIIK ltlVHll.
Tim river nmrkcil by the naujjo lust even
in;; ut tliiK point tit livo i. m., 41 fuel
11 inches ami Btutioimry.
I'ittshur;;, Juno r,-r,u. m. River 8 fuet
2 incliua nml fullinj:.
Cincinnati, Juno .'i-5 p.m. .'J7 tout 3
inch an. I falling.
Lcjuisvilli-, Juno S-.T p. iu.-River U
foot G inches un.l fnllin'.
Nnslivilk., Juo 5-5 p.ui. Kivur 10 t'uitt
11 inchi'saiiil falling.
St. Louis, J inn; 5 - 5 p. m. River 27 foot
.1 inch and full in".
ThoJami'BW. (ItlT passu'l down fr
Mi:inphi8 Siiiiilny with h m1 trip.
Tiio J. S. Hopkins from tvansvillc made
her appearance first time Biucu bein,' rebuilt
Sunday at 11 :ao, with quite a number (if
ludiej and gentlemen of Evanavillo, uiakinej
the round trip. Captain Ben Howard in
Cons Millar passed up from Memphis to
Cincinnati, with a good trip of both freight
There was no O lino steamer left Cincin
nati Wednesday. The Golden Crown Rhoulil
have conic, but was compelled to lay over
and make Some repairs.
The big John A. Scudder came in Sun
day night from St. Louis and left for New
Orleans yesterday evening, after calling on
11 tho wharf boats, with a good tVip.
The City of Greenville came out from St.
LouiB late Sunday night, and was detained
l7 heavy business.
Capt. O. P, Shinkle will bavo the Golden
Rule hero to morrow for New Orleans. W.
F. Lauibdin, passenger agent, office Plant
The Vint Shinkle, down to-day for Mem
phis. Captain Wash. Thompson command
crand J. D. Moore, clerk; will make it
pleasaut for those going down the river.
Oet your tickets of W. V. Lambdiu, passen
The Anchor liner Ste. Genevieve left St.
Louis yesterday, and will leave hero this
evening fur Memphis.
The Charles Morgan left New Orleans
Saturday with -100 tons und 8(J passengers.
The steamer Harry Brown was most all
day around Brown's coal licet.
The Gus Fowler reported here hs earlv
as 12 :'M yesterday and left on timo with a
lair trip of Passengers.
The John A. Scudder added over 400
The Guiding Star from New Orleans ar
rived at 2 p. tn.
The steamer Joseph Henry arrived last
evening from St. Louis and will go below
Geo. C. Jolieshas resumed lirst clerkship
of tint Gus Fowler. Unsays that ho lias
just returned from the Louisville races and
that there are a great many more railroad
ties between Louisville and Padncah than
ho thought there was. His feet nro u little
The R. R. Springer had a very narrow es
cae frmii being wrecked on a pier of tho
New Port bridge at Cincinnati last Sutur
diy evening, having on board over uUO peo
ple. A picnic party comprising the stu
dents of Nelson's college. H. U. Hart,
captain and ow ner of tho boat was at tho
wheel. Captain Hart said to the reporter
of the Cincinnati Commercial that he owned
the boat and did not believe that the dis
aster could nave been averted. His own
family were on board at the time. The
damage ho placed at ifu,()00 and ho would
willingly have given 4)20,000 if tho acci
dent hal not occurred. There was nobody
Ths City of Cairo made a very fast run
from Helena to Memphis, beating thu Hullo
Memphis' time, but did not beat the City of
Providence. We believe the Cairo will
take (ho horns wheu she tries for them.
The John H. Mmido passed up for St.
Louis early yesterday morning.
No Matter What Happens.
You may rost assured that you aro safo in
being speedily cured hy Thomas' Eclectric
Oil in all cases of rheumatism, neuralgia,
toothache, etc. One trial only is uocessary
to prove its efficacy.
Evils to ho Avoided.
Over-eating is in one sonso as proguctivu
of evil as intompuronuo in drinking. Avoid
both, and keep tho blood purified with Bur
dock Blood Bitters, and you will be reward
ed with robust health and au invigorated
system. Price $1.00.
Frank Burdal', North Bonnott Streot,
Bunalo, says : "I have tried your Spring
Blossom as a family medicine and bavo
never come across anything to do to much
good in so short a timo in cases ot Indiges
tion, dyspepsia and derangement of the
stomach ; I strongly recommend it." Trie
00 cents, trial bottles 10 cents.
Mr. James Thillis was in town yesterday
Mr. Blauvelt, Ixiokkueper for Messrs, N.
B. Thistlewood & Bro., has gone up the
road on business for tho firm,
Mrs. Ida James and Mrs. Drips leave
this morning fur Dixon Springs to spend
Miss Katie Biggs left yesterday for a vis
it to friends in Carmi. She will be gone sev
Mr. S. 8. Torry is confined to his bed by
Kev. J. A. Scarrett went to Lebanon, Ills.,
yesterday to attend a meeting of tho board
of trustees of McKendrio college, of which
Ixmrd ho is president.
A QUIET WEDDING.
An agreeable surpriso to her many firm
friends hero was the marriage of MibS Eu
genia M. Wilson, of this city, ta Mr. Geo.
M. Dougherty, of Jonesboro, at the resi
dence of tho former's father, on Seventh
street, Sunday afternoon.
But comparatively few of tho many
friends of Miss Jeuniu had been Invited,
but the parlors in which tho ceremony took
place were crowded. Tho roums were
beautifully decorated with ever
greens, flowers, mottoes, etc.
The bride was attired in a white em
broidered mull, trimmed handsomely with
lace, pearl ornaments, flowers at the throat,
and corsage, and boquet of orange blossoms.
At precisely half past two, tho bridal
couple entered the parlors and took their
places .beneath a large horseshoe suspended
from the ceiling, and, in a short but iiu
pressivo manner, Rev. B. Y, Georgo pro
nounced them man and wife.
After receiving the hearty congratula
tions of thoso prescpt, the happy couple
took their departure on tho 4 :20 o'clock
train for Jonesboro, their future home, and
as tho carriage containing the bridal party
rolled away, it was accompanied by a
miniature cloud of old shoes.
Miss Jennie was one of our most popular
yviung ladies whose departure from our so
cial circles will bo regretted ; but in her fut
ure peruianert happiness all will rejoice. Mr
Dougherty is a Bon of ex Governor Dough
erty aud a most excellent young man. May
they both live a life ot undisturbed con
tentmeiit, is the wish of The Bulletin.
The following is a list of the presents:
Elegant flower stand, S. II. Tabcr.
Table cloth and napkins, Mrs. N. F.
Fountain and daughter, DuQuoiu.
Cut glass and silver berry bowl, Mr. and
Mrs. Arnold Lippit.
Large lamp, Mrs. Thomas Wilson.
naif dozen silver teaspoons, Miss Josio
Largo boquet, Miss Mamie Sproat.
Silver napkin rings, goblet and shopping
bag, Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Jocelyn.
Parasol, S.ster Amy.
Majolica teasel, Mr. and Mrs. G.M.
Boquet, Miss Rosa Goldstine.
Cut glass inkstand and paper weight,
Mis. S. Williamson.
Majolica water pitcher, Mrs. T. Sullivan.
Silver sugar spoon, MissSallie Imboden.
Cut glass inkstand, Mrs. S.E. Hill.
Boquet, Miss Theo. Thrupp.
Satin pin cushion, Miss Lottie Hill.
Handkerchief, goblets and syrup pitcher,
Miss Minnio Wright.
Elegant tidy, Miss Koto Jones, DuQuoin.
Lace bed spread and pillow shams, Mr.
and Mrs. E. N. Green.
Handsome card receiver, Mr. and Mrs.
Japanese pin cushion, Mrs. Chas. Thrupp.
Elegant dinner castor, Mr. Joe liernath.
OPERA HOUSE TO NIGHT.
entkktainmknt FOK TUB benefit ok the
(A 1110 ITIIMC I, I lilt Alt Y AT THE CAIHO
OPKIIA HOUSE, TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE
Otii, 1883, EionT o'clock.
I'll KIHAMME PART FIRST.
1. Musx orchestra.
2. Fairy March and May-polo Dance.
Tableau "Crowning of tho May
8. Comic ()peretta-"Extract of Opera."
Princessjsoprann, Miss Mamie Corliss.
Prince, tenor, Mr. Parsons.
Tho Fairy, alto, Miss Pitcher.
Tho Rival, bass, Mr. Crowell.
Pianist, Miss Corliss.
4. Drill hy tho Halliday Guards and pre
sentation of colors from tho ladies of Cairo.
Address by Mrs. Dora Warder. Responso
by Capt. John E. English.
Tableau "Tho Victory of Tcacc."
1. Tho Musical Surprise, Misses Corliss,
Miss Pitcher, Messrs. Parsons, Crowell and
2. Dramatic Readings by Trof. Brown
lco, of Carbondalo.
a "The Bright Side," Anon,
b "Buck Farushow's Funeral," Mark
o "Tho Revolutionary Rising," T. B.
3. Tableau 8t,tuary.
Art; Literature; Science.
4. Dramatic Readings, Prof. Brownleo.
a "An Important Proceeding," Dick
ens. b "Why Ho Wouldn't Sell the Farm,"
5. Tableau Statuary.
Tho Harvest; Thought j Tho Hunter,
li. Drill by the Cairo Broom Brigade.
Every day ponplo m-e besought by
wiiiin auctioneer or street vender to buy
it valuable stem-winding gold watch for
$-.10, or a diamond pin from South
America for it dinio, three for a quarter.
How it is possible that such valuable)
jewels could be sold so cheap has doubt
less been the oi'ciisioii of wonder to
many, but it is cxplainalilo.
Tons o ibis cbenp jewelry are said to
be sold every year. There aro whole
sale houses that do business of half o
million dollars annually. Nearly all
the jewelry they sell is worth little lnoro
llian the metal ut so much a pound.
The valuable gold walch oll'ered .so
cheap at run-lion probably cost $15 a
tloi-ii, w liili tln diamond pins eosl pos
sibly -ii rents a hundred.
'1 lie larger part of this cheap jewelry
is made at Providence, R. I., and Attle
boro, Mass., and the sun'oiiinlingtowiis.
So numerous are the factories and so
great are their faeilitiei for manufac
ture, that tons of these little trinkets aro
turned out daily, ami yet the demand
exceeds the supply.
The metals used are mainly brass
and copper, sometimes singly and some
times combined. Some of these goods
lire plated with gold, and the value of
tin; jewel depends upon the thickness of
the plating ami qualities of the gold
This cheap jewelry is of two grades
that intended for wear, and that intend
ed only to get the money of vain fools.
In the former real cameo and other
stones are used, but in the other stained
glass imitations constitute thu settings.
The rare, diamonds aro alwaysglass, cut
in imitation of genuine stones. Tho
cheapest jewelry is issued mainly in
prize packages, and those people who
pay cents for o cents' worth of poor
candv pay cents for their experience.
, A farge quantity of the better grado
of this cheap jewelry is worn by tieoplo
of wealth whose vanity is satisfied with
the uppearanee of wearing lino jewels,
by others it is worn because, if stolen,
the loss will not be great, and unless
they make a noise about it no one will
ever know but that it was genuine
Some of the rare jewels worn by act
resses are for this reason said to be pasto
imitations of real gems in their posses,
sion, but which are never shown in pub
lic. Tho worthless but flashy kind is worn
largely by a class who like to appear to
possess immense wealth when they do
not. Sailing tin ler a full sail of such
stuff is a sure sign of poverty of intel
lect at least.
Children who have a little money
ought to practice saving something.
Many boys and girls of to-day hardly
know a higher use for any money that
comes into their hands than spend" it for
some foolish thing as quickly as possi
ble. To such, a lesson of self-denial
and economy is important. As go tho
boy's pennies and dimes, so, very likely,
w ill go the man's dollars and hundred's,
by and by. Without having the spirit
of a miser, the person necustt'uned to
save has more pleasure iu laying up
than the spendthrift ever knows.
The way to keep money is to earn it
fairly and honestly. Money so obtain
ed is pretty. certain to abide with its pos
sessor, lint money that is inherited,
or that in any way conies in without a
fair and just, equivalent, is almost cer
tain to go as it came. The young man
who begins by saving a few dollars a
month, and (In-il'lily increases bis store
every coin being u representative of
solid work, honestly and manfully duno
- .stands a belter chance to spend tho
last days of his life in alllticnce than ho
who, iu his baste to become rich, ob
tains money by dashing speculations by
the devious means which abound iu tho
foggy regions which lie between fair
dealing and fraud. Let the young make
a note of this.
Nearly a Miracle.
E. Asenith Hall, Binghainton, N. Y.,
writes: "I siillered lor several mouths with
a dull pain through left lung and shoulder.
I lost my spirits, appetites and color, and
could with difficulty keep up all day. My
mother procured some Burdock Blood Bit
ters; I took them as directed, and havo felt
no pain since first week after Using them,
and am uow quite well." Price $1.00.
De.f a.s a Font. ,
Mrs. V. J. Lang, Bethany, Ont,, states
that for fifteen months sho was troubled
with a disease in tire car, causing cntiro
deafness. In ten minutes after using Thom
as' Eclectric Oil sho found relief, and in a
Bhort tune she was entirely cured and her
Thomas Fitchen, Hndford, Pa., writes:
"I encloso money for Spring Blossom, as I
said I would if it cured mo. My dyspepsia
has vanished, with all its symptoms. Many
thanks; I shall never bo without it in tho
house." Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10
The Figure May be Faultless.
the complexion without a blemish, yet if
the teeth aro neglected, the other attributes
of beauty fall short of their due offset. If
tho teeth are not hopelessly decayed, Soio
dont will renew their whituuess and beauty.
This wholesome, beautifying agent, more
over, renders too breath sweet anil commu
nicates a becoming ruddiness to the gums
and a roseate hue to tho lips. A fair trial of
this itaudard article will demonstrate it