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HIE DAILY CAIHO BULLETIN: SATL'KDAV MORNING MAY 21, 1881.
m N8W AUVK.tTISKMKSTH.
Blniight Cut No.
ftlUAllI-.TTK Smokers who are willing in pay a
v' little more for Cluaretleit ihan Dim prim ( hurled
Of tbu ordinary Ir .do Cigarettes will li itl the. ,
SCPEltKUt TO ALL Oi'llK (S.
They an. nuidu from the hrilitest. mo, dell-CBtt-ly
fl ivoretl nu.l nlfcf et cost of jiiM leaf irniwn
in Virgin , a (1 are abi-ouliely without adillera
tiun o; uruos.
We use the, (.l imine Fr-ndi It'o.r paper, of cir
own d rect importation, which In made especially
for u, wat.-r u.iiicd with '.be name of the. brand:
iftit Cut No, 1,
on eah C narutte, withnii which none are itetm
lue. ii&iu! on latlon ot thi band have been put
on M'e, und Citfurotte movers are cautioned that
thl Ik the. Old and )ri";iiia" brand, and, to unnerve
Ilia, each pacnae. or box of
Richmond Straight Cut Cigarettes
IIKaIH THE elGNATl UK
ALLEN & GINTER, Manufacturers,
AGENTS WANTED IKiT-n.1?
Hurner. No more ' roti tl to in .ve w ickn . Every
family want it. Kit any lamp. m-ii" t;lobe.
Sell, at K'lfht 'ihiee bjm-ra fur $1 to anv a -i-dre.
hollar Lamp Hurter Co., 7.) .Murray m , N.Y.
on Jaine Klver Va . in a north
ern ntllir.ci.t. 1 H iirt rat.-i rt
cuiar Iree. J. K. .MANTUA.
( uri nioi t, Virginia.
Nothing Like Tin in.
lirlmon Caprine Porutis. I'laMcm are beyond
ad compari-on the b-t. Prompt, rat-: Prlrct c.
SrVEN (IKKAT MOSAKCUIKS .,f the At.Hciil
Knptern World Itv (Jeorire Kawlloson. "Whit
ti in ireTKIIHIHLK than War -unleM It I cawir
ainon.' publisher, then what i ould tie HAITI Ell.
nr rijOicnu no -k b yers r Such a wir ir in pin-Sire--
Pric- reducd 'rum : i) to ii.4n. hped
jinn tiMU1" fr-e. N I' i -1 it ov deal rs pr.c n
t"0 low ILli for examination be;ore pt.; incut
on in dcm.e i.f (rood fi'.h.
JollS It. A LI'EN", I iih'l-li T.
P.O. V.t 1 V. ci v M . Ni a Vt rk.
The Science of Lift. Only $1
BY MAIL ro-ST-PAII.
Fxhautcd V l-.oty Norton and Physical lie
lulity P'un.ituro 'Decline, in Van, h'rror id
Youth, and ui.t-i.d tumeric r.-o:?:iiit Ir-m lt.d:s
crct on or i xcu-- A ' ouk ftir v--ry in-:n. T'-'iti,
xtilurile-aift'il an ! old. I tcun'ain lii pr i."r:pM.n,
it ail a lite ami rfcriMt d.i.i ai.r, nrt i rir (,j
which i luva tiihte. Mi lo:,in! r,v U : AiUV r.
w ho'- n;itr:r icv lit )unr:i. cKh a iro- a'i j
never beferc fell to tnv lot f any phynfl.i.T . '-'--i
pak'e, lio.ii.il ir. tn'autilul Vf In h ni'i in, itiiI.o
ed cnriT, 1 11 ful. tiiara'.ti) d tu hi; a flin-r sun
in cv..ry .:tji'e-iii.":hanic:. 1 t. ri.ry Mid pn't
r '.nr.al than an? ether work nld in ttln tcunry
for $4 'J), or tho inouiy will he r f'ir.dcd in tiry
liiM.u re 1'ii'C only f 1 .0 1 hv ra.il, punt i aid.
lilUKtrativ, tat:i It1 b r.--iit. .-nd now. (io:d
medal awarded the author hv the Nuttn al M.-itWa
Ar'f tatiou, to the ftii er i f w hl ti he r t.-t.
Thi tjoni. lMuld he r.-H'l liY the yonr(! lor tn
ft tiu'lon. arid hy ih ' Hfllict'il fur r.-.u ! It wnl
Lenetlt ail - l.oi di.n Lar.ce!,
Tlief: i 1 .i Dicm'i'I r,l Kiety to vtlinrn
bookw-ii t:t I c u f i I . liH ht yo'iti., p'.Mir
jrua-'! :i. '.::-t:v ! r . r ! r j n.a;. r.:oiih it.
Add in ti.e IVahudy v,-,Iira: liiiitnte. or l)r
W. II. Park, r, t. I lln tli.r!) m . et. II r'.oi;.
!;ii ,w!in r;::v 'i'- c r'i!:eiJ mi a 1 ii! a"' re
j . i n i r i 1 ' I fin it x j'C : i ! h hti:c !.'! on-ti
r.at ilx i- I hat l:uv- t ilV., d I I l," I the
ktii ! iie i.it ,,i;)-:n.'.ii. i 1 1 I j :
l-i:tv. Such tr.avd mr. ri'l I y C 1 I 1
ti'"i'i:'(i:l,nal n i! ' 1 I 1 I Oli Ijl
ar.cei l Li : lire V.e: tiun tbii" paper.
& ?. L"iJ P.
laXAlS 21.! M W KiilJSsL
I frr- tifiryw a. ia
I CJ 'lltVt CUTCFORDUn,
J "AS un rnUAl- .v . . . j-
30 cINION SQUARE NEW YORK.
I LI .
TOR SALE BY
ir.Stcafflk& Co., Cairo. Ill
QE01WIJ IIAKUHON LEACH, M. D.
Special attention paid In the llorncoputhlc treat
tni nt of Pdrtfical (Hklmki h. and dlneiiqei of women
and rhl ilri'ii.
HKHl'K-tin Mill dtrett, oppimte the font
o!l!co. lairo, III.
Ccmiiicrcidl Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAIXllS, ELliCTUO VAPOll and MEDICATED
II AT II 5
A lady lu attuudancv.
!(. K W. WIU'J LOCK.
oru -!'i). 13b Commercial Aveviw, l.i'.ween
vi ai.il Nit i h Mi ri.-r
MIECITY NATIONAL HANK.
Of i 'tiiro, lllinoifl.
71 OHIO LEVKE.
A General IUnkinij Husincss
THOH. XV. UAI.I.IDAV
NTEHrKiSE SAVING HANK.
KXCLU.S1VELY A SAVINGS RA.NK.
roriHiii'i oi.i! A veil!!'.1 aii'l Ei;'la!.' Strot t
11. ivti.i-s, t:.,th'. t.
!'. Ni- Cf. Vicel'rent
T. J. Ker'.fc. Af" t ru.-li
I lii'i'ii -t'K :
F. Frni". .C'l'ro I UYIjai, Kl r.u. ,C'.:ro
Feier Netr " I 'A'ipi-.-u Wolf....
i M n-ierloh " M'.n 1'i.tier "
K. A. iludcr I II. Well '
J. Y. C : t;i m . fK-l.:.i.;
A 't 'r'.'S !'.A I! W KI S'i l'.V 1 S JV.iV
E)nhni:-J ': and Itouh. !'Hcrot jnld :t
tt .Sav.ii4 5)i j. trtmer.t. f.'idl'-ciior.o made ac
a. I hr.!tn- r.i'ii.t;v a'ten.led to.
4 r vT v
The Weekly Bulletin.
Patrick T. 3cAlpine,
M.-ulo to t ruer.
SlL St., ''et. Ohio l.evee .t t'on.ra r.ta! Ave.
Ki'iiaii ii'- ii cully done at sli'iil notice.
J-f 9 111. IjSTC E,
Mauufacturer 'iud Pea'et In
CAIRO CITY LIVERY. FEED and
ti'.h Streci, lie'. ween Coin'l Ave. and Levee.
CHOKE BO KING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS op AML'SITION.
Safe Henalicd. All Kindf t Keys M'idc.
Commercial Av., let. Clli & 9th Stn.
N. IJ.TIIISTLEWOOO, Propr.
(lOOtlTarnoiits at li'-asonable Raten.
llT'IIorat'M loiirclo.l aiul well eared
TLI.Kl'HliNK NO. 11.
The Kesnliir Cairo & Tatlucali Daily
lir-NHT K. TAYLOH, MaMer.
UKOIitjK JOIiKs, Clerk.
cave" I'ulucah for Cairo dally (Stindy eseppt
d) at 8 a m., and Mound Cltv at 1 p. m. Ketarn
ng, leave Cao t4 p.m.; Mound City at 5 p.m
LOUIS C. HEIUVEUT,
(Sutce-vsi r to Cha-i. T. Xewlaml an.l
Plumber, Steam and Gas Fittei
roiumorci.il Ave, lict. fcutli anil Ele
CAllcO, : : : ILL.
Urive Well Force and Lift l'unips furnished and
nut up. A'jnt for thu Celeliruted
'BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP',
the bent ump ever Invented. New fin" Flxturefi
lurni'hed to order. Old fixtures repaired and
t-tyjobhlrig promptiy att- tided to. 310 ti
y ME DDIS & S0UTHW1CK
TRUSTEED SALE !
974 acres of Land,
la Il.illard Co'inty, Ky., iiearly opposite
at Court House Door, in Louivllle, Kv..
MONDAY, JUNE 2d, 1SS4,
at 1 1 A. M.
A" Unseen of the creditor- id It. S. Herr, dee d,
I will, on Monduv. June 2d. !--l. c.t 11 a. m.. at the
C'Hirt llnire don'r. in the cit v of Lmil-ville, Ky.,
e!l to the hi'.'h',Jt bidder. !' 4 acre of river bot
tom and hill Innd. in lla lard County. Ky, m arly
opposite Cair 1.1., kiiovu a part of tlitf : ochrun
tract and n'i j ; t. . n ; the John lto on'! thou
land acr- f .r i.ir'.h-r partlcilura addreM" th
'i KUM -- 'ne thir l i-ah. ba'ance In 1 and 2
years, with 8 percent iireret and lien.
.I'XIN I. HE It it. Trnntee.
MKI-IUS & SOL'THA ICK. Aactiotiecri'v L-iUia-
The Daily Bulletin.
LOG1 A L, UKKVITIKS.
XEW YORK STOIiK,
'VIIOLI'.SAI.E AM) RETAIL.
The. Largest Vra'iety Slndc
IJ TJIK CITY.
CiOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
."tr.Nine'0'-:.tr, i-e... ) Toil.. Ill
i'"nirnerc'al Averse ' ' nil' . I !
UNIVERSITY Of VIB6IM
SI" MM EH LAW IKTMnSitilno weekly) h.-cin
1 1 it ii July. W and end l'eh September. Hare
proved oOictial u-e. -1st. to .t jd nt ho deiu'n
tn nr. t-urn tl..ir dtiirt..a uf llj. nnilhiTl ttw Srlinnl
id. to those ho proiiime to rend privately ; nnd :!d.
to iractioner who have nut had the advanunre of
Hv;ema'ie mfructiou. Kor ctrcttlar addre i I'.U.
fnivewitv ot Va ) to John 11. ilu.or. 1 ri f. Cuni.
and Stat. 'Law. S'.-lm
For Sale bv
85 S. Clark St., Opp. M House, CHICAGO.
A rerjulnrpradnnto. K?"Th Ol.ieat Spcl:)lt
in the United Mates, wiin-ie i.ii k long i.iuiM i:.
perfect jethod and purrt lut-diein.) injure Hl.y.l-V
and rt'liMis.M ct'itr.a of all Private. hrenie mid
IS'ervmia lli.-eise. Atleet ion of tbu Jlloii.l. Sllle.
Kl.loe, lllad.ler, r.roillun, I leer., Olil
horea, Mu elltnit ol the 4.Imii.1, Siiit Mouth,
'l'hrnitt, llono 1'iiIiih, peniiHiientiy cured &ud
eradicated Iruui tho Kyalem iur 1 .1 o.
l!CDl?nilC f'l.fifi;. r)ii;ioMiiri..Sctn:nn
ll til I U U d J-uitsrs, Scxwil lu-ru y, Mi ntal
and rinjsical U'caktuss, liiiliuu JUrmoril,
lVealc l'.ijis, Stunted Jheclopmint, Jtiijutli
miiits to Miirviaijr, rfc, from cxrcimrs or any
caiiff, tpretJU), snfrly and prlrntihj L'lirnl.
V9-Tounsr. Il.l.lle-Ael and Old men, an.l a'l
who need medical Will and cMerienee, consult
l)r. Unto at once. II. opinion cut. not bin p. andnii.y
Pavo future misery and Mianio; When inconvenient
tovi-it the city for treatment, innlieinescau be sent
even-where by iiir.il or etrefl free from ler
vn I Ion. Cf-lt iBidf-evident that a iilivncian le
ptveh hi wliole H. ntion to a cU of dieavrs nt
tulni ure.tt cLIII, and phyieinn.t!iroii!:bt tn
country, kno'.v iul In, Irequftitlvreconiiiiend iblli lot
ease to tho l.let Nieeti.llt, l bm every
known coo.l i-vTiieilv i n-e l. ."-Ilr. Itati 's
Airo and I'xperietieej ronl,- hi opinion of su
preme lniM.'ii.tiee. tt y-'i hoo who call see rii
one loit the lioetor. I 'onnli utinris fren and .o.eredly
contlilentlal. Caaewliieh bavefndeil in olitainil'l!
relief eU.'wlHTP. .Hp....i:i lly holieitetl. I'onwi'.'
eaes trented. Call or u ri"1. JToin-. fi otu II to t
0 to H( .Sun, lav, lo to it. Cl'Wi; io lltAUit
fctNT I'liKU. Addrei-.i as above.
TAX rURCHAsEICS NOTICE.
To John Willianwin, the unUiiown owners and nil
other purlie interested:
Yon are hereby notified that nt a nale of real es
tate, in the comity of AleMinder and State of 1111
Ilol, held by tbe County Collector of Paid county, at
the southwesterly door of the Court llouse, lii the
city of Cairo, in paid comity and Mute, on the dill
day of September, IKS'' for the tae of the year A.
D.'ihki, due ami unpaid thereon, tooether with i n
allieeuiid costH, Cyrille A. Murrhiblon purehafed tin'
real estate hereinafter described, pit tinted in said
county and Slate, taxed in the inline of John Will
iamson, to wit: The east half of the southoiwt quar
ter of section :St, township rutiire :l went contain
inn Si) acres. And that said purchaser afterward",
to-wit : on the loth day of March, ISSI, assigned the
certith ate of purchase' received from said county col
lector for said real estate to the unilersl'nedi w ho
now holds the same: mid that the time allowed by
law for the redemption of said real estate Ill-ex-liire
on tho Ith day of SeptemlsT. lss-1.
Assii-iiee of Purchaser.
Cairo, 111., May 'Knd, 18s.
I'r if. Seeimn was greeted uirtin by
only ;i sin-ill mid'uMino at t!io Opera Ilmuc,
which, in view of tliu I'.tet thut tho p-jr-fi
rm tticu is vury attractlva.iatu bd regretted.
The tlisolvin views are beautiful and are
aloue wortli the price- of admission. But
the suupetisiun, which is tho conclusion of
the pyrfurmaiice, U really wonderful. A
laigo number of presents, useful and ortui
mentttl, were tfivun away last ni'ht and the
nitjht before. Amoni; tho.-to -Jistributed
lust night were bains, bucket! of lard, a
silver citer, rpieensware, etc. A gold
watch was tho luadinj; present drawn by
Mr. Tlb iui Oaz. ila. This afternoon ma
tinee for ladies and children, admission
50 and 2i cents. Every child will receive
a nice present, an 1 the lca-un present will
be a tine w -a dull and a set of furniture.
Last performanco to-niyht and a set of
bed room furniture or thirty dollars in
chsIi. Also a large, number of useful pre
sents will be given away. Everybody
should rudi and secure seats.
son and The Tariff.
The fol!owin,' is an e litoiial article from
the Bloominoton Bulletin of several days
ago, in which Mr. Obcrly replies to the
point made by a correspondent, that the
Democratic party, when assembled at
Paoria ne.xt month, should declare for a
tarilF for rerunne only and nominate only
men who would be in full accord with
every pUnk in the platform:
With our Revenue Democrat correspond
ent we figree in all his positions, excepting
the last, and in this position we beg leave
to state that he is (under the circumstances)
unreasonable. Wo believe wo can prove
this statement which wo have been compel
led (under the circumstances) to make.
To make this proof wo assert that what
our Revenue Democrat advises, would re
quire too sullen and too radical a change
iu Democratic party methods. For many
years a; ka..t a quarter of a century we
have teen in the habit of making the plat
form and the candidate disagree, and it is
not, we take it, a reasonable suggestion
that we should now, suddenly, when we
have fully determined to stand by the time-
honored practice of the party ia this re
gard, make the Peoria platform and its can
didate harmonize that we should there de
clare for the Monison doctrine and not
put a Randall candidate on the platform
In the light of the past history of the
Democratic party, the advice to harmonize
the platform and candidate becomes laugh
ably ridiculous, and will of course be di6re
garded with Democratic scorn.
In 1S04 our hosts went up to Chicago
breathing devotion to the union, and there
they adopted a platf inn that declared the
war had, up to that time, not been success
ful in restoring the union, and that peaceful
methods should therefore bo at once resott
ed to. On tie's piattorm General McClellan
was placed, and we all cheered for both
the platform and the soldier who had been
placed upon it. Then the soldier candi
date kicked the platform from under him.
Well we were defeated.
In 1 SOS the Democrats of the West vent
wild over Pendleton and greenbacks. They
declared, with alnn st a unanimous voice,
that the 5.20 bonds were piyaMe in green-
hick?, and that greenbacks were a full
legal tender fur all debts, public and pri
vate, including the bonded debt and the in
terest thcreou. With the cry of Pendleton
tmd greenbacks wo went to New York, and
there we adopted a Pendleton platform and
placed Mr. Seymour, a hard money man,
who desired the United States bonds paid
in coin. He kicked the platform from un
der his feet. Well we were defeated.
In 1872 we declared our dislike of the
Republican party and of the men who, by
sectional agitation, bad precipitated the
war between the states; and, going up to
R'tltimore, we nominated Greeley. Well
we were defeated.
Iu 1870 we declared correctly on all the
issues of the day, and on our platform we
placed a man who was iu sympathy with
all its declarations a Democrat of the
Democrats Samuel J. Tilden. Well we
triumphed at the polls. We elected our
candidate; but no matter: "Tune at last
sets ail things even."
In 18S0 we declared for a tariff for reve
t.uo only, and placed ou the platform a
Pennsylvania man, who, nt the suggestion
of tho men who lately defeated the Morri
son bill, Messrs. Randall, pjaruum'and
others, kicked the platform from under
his uncertain feet. Well we were defeat
ed. And now wc are n:ked to declare for a
revenue tariff at Peoria and nomin ite a rev
enue tariff man for Governor. Excuse us.
This is asking too much. We have deter
mined to do otherwise. We propose to
break the convention into a thousand frag
ments or else have a Morrison platform;
but wc also propose to read out of the party
to retire to the roar as bad Democrats, all
who will not cry aloud: "Hurrah for the
Illinois ally of Randall in the defeat of the
Morrison bill!'' We are not going to have
any high-toned men of principle standing
in our way. We proposo to arrange mat
tors so that when a Randall Democrat
comes along and says: "I cannot roto with
you because you havo declared that a tariff
should bo laid only for the purpose of ob
taining revenuu for the Government," wo
may reply: "Why, Lord bless you; that
consideration need not deter you. Look at
our candidate. He don't believe in tho plat
form. Ho lias declared time and timo
again that ho spits upou the revenue tariff
idea-that a tariff should bo levied with a
view to protect as well as for the purpose of
procuring revenue. Mr. Randall and his
friends all endorse our candidate." We
also propose to arrange matters so that
when one of the foolish fellows who really
believe in tho tiue Democratic tariff for
revenue doctrine comes along, and says: "I
cannot vote with you because your candi
date denounces tariff doctrines which I hold
to be vital," we may reply: "Why, Lord
bless you; that little consideration need not
deter you. Look at cur platform. It is
Bound. It does not a"ree with the candi
date. We nominated him, so that we
might catch tho Randall Democrats who
always vote with tho Republicans unless
they can get either the platform or the can
didate; andalso that he might carry Cook
County, it being understood that no other
Democrat would be permitted t carry it.'
Now, in this way, we hope to unite all
tho Democrats of the party to gather in
tho Morrison uine-tenths of tho party by
the platform; tho Randall one-tenth by the
candidate; and a lot of outside people
the liberty-loving men of the Republican
party by the well-known position of the
man at the hea 1 of tho ticket. This being
our intention, we respectfully ask our Rev
enue Democrat correspondent to cease from
troubling and be at rest. He may believe
what he pleases to believe, but he must not
annoy tho party with his forcible and logi
cal, but (under the circumstances) unrca.
When Nothing; Else Will.
Mr. I. Carpenter, 403 -lth. Ave., N. Y.,
who suffered seven years with rheumatism,
was entirely cured by St. Jacobs Oil, the
LIST OF LETTKUS UEMAIN IN'il UNCALLED
FOR INTHE POSTOPKICE AT C.U110, ILL.
SATURDAY, MAY 2-1, 1S84.
Ilurrel, Nancy Ann
Hellley, Sarah J
Reed, S phy
Drown, A S
Dual, A S
at 7. See V. i. Lambdm, Pasjeucer
HiPiiues3 ou the wharf yesterday wa
quiet but few arrivals and departures to
The Mtry Houston leaves Cincinniti this
evening for New Orleans.
Tho Wyoming from New Orleans will re
port hero thia morning for Cincinnati. Shs
is behind timo and is expected here early
RayJ, Tiios B
Houghton, J ll
Bollard, II II
Fox, II II
Jackson, John P
Martin, R M
Moll, J F
Wood, E mi ley D
Barnard, J G
Evans, Geo W
Kyles, Henry S
M aye, Jas
Rice, W A
Whitaker, J C
Wolm W Wood
Persons calling for the above letters will
please say advertised.
Wm. M. McRPiir, Postmaster.
V. F. r.nMnmv, river editor of i'dic Ki'M-ktih
and steamboat pa'semrer aijent. Orders for all
kholsof steamboat Job printing oolicited. Office
al Bower's tiiiropean Hotel. No. T2 Ohio levee.
STAGE OK THE RIVER.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at 0 p. m. 27 feet 0 inches and fall
ing. Chattanooga, May 23. River 5 feetO
iuches and falling.
Cincinnati, May 23. River 15 feet 0
inches and falling.
Louisville, May 2!). River 7 feet 9
inches and falling.
Nashville, May 23. River 5 ft t inch
es and failing.
Pittsburg, May 23. River 4 feet 8 in
ches and falling.
St Louis, May 23. River 18 ft 10 inch
es and falling.
The City of Baton Rouge from St. Louis
left here last night late tor New Orleans.
She was loaded flat.
The J. P. Drouillard from Nashville ar
rived here yesterday morning at 4. She
discharged 53 bogheads of tobacco and
transferred quite a number of passengers to
the Illinois Central for St. Louis. Depart
ed for Evausville at 7 a. tn.
The Government tteuner Mississippi
with the Emma Ethridge in tow which was
disabled arrived here at 3 p. ni. yesterday.
Tho Belle Memphis from St. Louis tor
Vicksburg passed down last night with a
Tho Hudson from Shuvncetowu will
pass hero this evening for St. Louis.
The City of Cairo from Vicksburg will
report here this evening for St. Louis.
Tho fine Cincinnati and Memphis packet
Ohio ia duo for Memphis this evening.
Get tickets at low rates from Passenger
Agent W. F. Lambdin.
The Buckeye Stato from Memphis will
pass up for Cincinnati to-morrow morning
Will be open fur the recaption of CE8T3
June 1st. Terms, S.OO per week.
Dr. Barnura, a celebrated chemist, of
Louisville, gives the following analysis of
tho waters under dato of October 3d, 1883:
Spnr.N0 No. 1. To each litre (3.11 pts.)
Curb of Iron 33.5433
Chlnride of Iron trace.
Sulphate of Iron trace.
Chloride of Sodium 443
Sulphate Alumina 12.014
Sulphate Lime 10.270
Sulphate Magnesia 6.000
Spuing No. 2. -To each litre (3.11 pts.)
Sulphate of Iron 11.280
Carbonate of Iron C.730
Sulphate of Alumina 020
Sulphate of Magnesia 2.990
Chloride of Sodium 0.240
Chloride of Calcium .'. 4.090
Spring Nt). 3. To each litre (2.11 pts.)
Oxide of Iron 3.220
Oxide of Aluminum 1.200
Sulphhato of Magnesia 4.800
Carbonic Acid Gas 2.800
Sulphureted Hydrogen Gas 7.520
(Signed) J. P. B.vuncm, M. D.,
Pursued by a Phantom.
In tho south p:u't of this oily lives a
butcher by the name i f Buckley. Sev
eral years ago, when unmarried, ho
told his immediate friends th:it a tall
man, dressed in black, followed him
everywhere ou the street, to tho thea
tre, to church. Every movement of
tho butcher was accompanied by a sim
ilar one on tho part of- the ghostly vis
itant, iintulv, when lifo was almost a
torturo to him, lie decided to start for
California, booing thus to evade tho
phantom. The trip west was mado
without incident of any kind, and as
mile after mile was passed over, and as
the days waned into nights, ho be-j;an
to breathe freer. When San Francisco
was reached ho believed that ho was
froo from his ghost. Ho went to tho
mines and for weeks was happy. Ho
gained iu ilesh and decided to start in
business. One day when ho was walk
ing ou tho highway, he chanced to
glanco over his shoulder, and was hor
rified to discover tho dre.aded being.
It was clothed in the same suit of black.
Its face wore a demoniac smile, and its
w hole appearance seemed to say: "You
cannot elude me!" The butcher start
ed on a run, nnd now and then turned
around only to discover tiio shadow
lapping his footsteps. At the erJtranco
of the town he again glanced bajk and
found himself alone. Tho visits after
that recurred only at intervals, but
they were sullieient in numbers to con
vince him that ho was not free. His
stay in California lasted several years.
Ho went from towu to town and from
mine to mine, nlwavs accompanied by
the man in black. Ho married a wor
thy young woman with the belief that
by taking a partner to his joys ho might
also get rid of some of his sorrows.
The result was iu no way satisfactory,
for his joys were few and his sorrows
many. Again the thought came to him
that it would be well to start for tho
East. This was done with tho sanio
results on his journey homo that had
accompanied liis western 'trip. In a
few weeks ho opened a butcher's shop.
Two months had barely elapsod when
he was again visited by tho phantom,
and thereafter it never left his side. A
year after his return his wife died, and
several months later he remarried. Ho
has moved from houso to house, with
the hope of gaining rest, but to no pur
pose. In conversation to-day ho said: "It
follows mo everywhere. At night 1
wake up to lind it standing over me,
siowlv moving its index linger up and
down, and its lips moving as though it
was talking. Sonic nights tho sowing
machine will run for hours unceas
ingly. At breakfast, dinner and sup
per it .stands directly behind me, and
wherever I go it is by my side. Life is
a-fearful burden, aud I don't know
what to do. It is now standing along
side of me, on my left side, I mean.
"What is its appearance?''
"It is about six feet tall, very slen
der, of a pale, yellow appearance. I
can't place him among any of my dead
friends and relatives, and don't know
of a soul that I have ever injured. Tho
most curious phase of tho wholo is
that recently my wife, mother and bro
ther have seen the phantom, but only
when I have i ecu presrut." Hartford
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Polishing tho Wrong End.
Many men daily polish their boots who
never give a thought to tho condition of
their hair, except to harrow it casually with
brush and comb, or submit it to the para
lyzing attentions of the avcrago barber.
Wh-.t happens? Why, this: From neglect,
mental anxiety, or any of a scoro of causes,
the hair turns permaturely gray and begiDS
to fall out. Parker's Hair Balsam will at
once stop the latter process and restoro tho
original color. An elegant dressing, free
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