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GAHKTTK Hinokem who urn willio 10 puy ft
I little morn for Oiiraroltea thau tho prli-o charged
o lliu ordinary tr.id'i cigarette will dud tbo
IICHMOND STRAIGHT CUT No.
SLTEKIOIt TO ALL OHIKKS.
They are. niado from the. brlKhtert, ni i dell
cutely IKvori'd mill hlnt-uKl eon uf-gold leuf e:rowu
'u Vlrnlniti, iiikI are, ahroultuly witnout adollvra-
Wanaethu uiiii! Kn rich Hlee pap'ir, of onr
wu direct iuunrUiioh, whit h is made, especially
u- IK. ni'T n nrli'i'l with 'Ik uhiiiu of tin; brttud :
Richmond !taiilit Cot No, I,
on ea;-h (.' nart-lte, without which none an icnu
luo. Dust lin'I'-.tti.u of till- li and hav ! e. n iut
on m'e, utnl lluur.-ite -inn-er are cautioned thu.!
thin l. the Old mid Oritfiinii brand, and to utifervu
Ilia', each '.ci;iij;u or liux ul
Richmond Straight Cot Cigarettes
Uli.Wti Tilt MONATtRK OV
ALLEIT & GINTEE, Manufacturers,
AUENTS WAXTKI) irS'lTJp0
lturin:r . No more i roulilc to nuive wirla . i-.very
family Mart ll. Kit Htiy litiup. V.'e nam ilube.
Hi-lla t f'ltht 'Jli i t-o l irn th fur $1 to any a.l-iir-'f.
i . ii : i r l.u ui,i llnn.er Co., 71 Murray St , S. V.
Change All Hint.
Iiictt-ad of liniment.., lutloim, lire Ilenttnu'. Caa
cine l'ufouH I'laiilu'i. iJ'i'Ckval aud betl. Met.
(4 A M'jN 1M ai.d BO A lu) (or -i live youni;
or la-ilen in imi Ii county. AiHrem I'.
.I Gl.Jiit A V.o., Cidtano, 1.1.
mi Jaini'n Hlv.r Va., in aimrtt.
urn n-ttl unect. Illn-trHted cir
fiilar Irue. J. F. MAXtUA.
C an.rnot.t, Virginia,
f - v.
S V. IS !
U OK f i; V'TC f" tr-kted with
it e u r f r i r-..- iVVJf I j 1 1 1 O iha ia m riitinp!cd
iu t,iii ' ti, w for ti.t! tlr-t time. ufl.Tcd ttii m
by ti.f I 1 I" K if A It v ! vol n t ion.
Suiiir of " tin! l"-"t i-lnlid a-d hooka .f the
world. .il rbiy lllie-interl, ilrhly b I'lin1, retailed
at a m -re frK.Tnn of f.irmt-r price. 'J IHiS
COI.'.X'I s urd ficiute tirr- U.ry ir'.ven
fu I a. ijtt. lo-pa.-e oMkleeiie free. U neiiuitk
Joll.N l(. ALOKN. I'lihllrhor.
V.'i I'earl St , Ni w York .
The Science of Life. Ouly $1
1!V MAIL POST-PAID.
ExhnMed V tal ly. Nmnna .nd l'tyti pi
i ! i ; v l''inat'H" D.'cMne in Mnrt. Error" ol
You'h. iwid om ild at'C'fie reo!t:ut Irom li;di
tret on or i xii -t it A ri'mk fir every man. niurjy.
Iiii(iiile-.:i d an I old. Itcon'airl li'' ri erip!iiin
i r k)1 a nte ai d rtrtrnc diio-a-ec, acli one ol
which ! in t u-.t.te. so lo.tid ry the Author,
wtinae upcHenoc fur ti yearn l nich as probably
n. vcr hi fere fell tothelut of any pli) -Iciau. -X.il
paicc, koucd Ir. beautiful Kr- till tuu'in, em boa
fed covitk, t il sri.t, cnara'.tC'-d to be a drier wnm
in ev.ry ferd -raeihanici!, literary nd pr.ifca
nr.al thim ji,v i.ther wnrk n1d in tills coiititry
for $i .VI. 01 the :u ine) wil' be refunded in ewr
tn-tat ce 1'iiio oily ?1.J br III il. pobt I aid.
lUii'iratlvc ani le . cents, send tuiw. (iold
medul awarded the anihor hv the Natbr ai Medica'
Af'fK ialb.n, In tlie . lllceri lI which he r b-r.
Thic boo n.ould he r-id t. the yonna lot ir
t'uctlon. and by 'he alll;rt-(i for reliel It will
henefit all. London l.nuret.
There i no mem her nl oclety to whom Ihl
hook w". 11 t.. it be uie!ul, wh.-ther yo'ith, parent
Cninl:aii, lu-tiurt. r or leru' nia'i Aritotia'-H .
Adil.ei-H the l'ejliody Medical lntitiite, or I)r
W. II. Parker, No. I Biiiflrcl Street. II flon.
X.. who ;a be ciinnlti'd on all di re
qiilMni! lil and epeiieii.-e Ch'onic n'ld (,-brti
nat-dleaer- that have baffled II 1. I the
kill ol all o tier phynjciaii- I
ia linn li
rialtv. Mi' h ir. at.-d nn - 'III yvL I K
cea-fuIWwiihn-.il an ifiet 111 I Ulilil
ancei I (a. lure .Mci.tmu thiK pajn-r.
!tT RIIITM. KCZ! MA. S( Itol'I I.A. JTAI.D
llwnl I-'rv -i-. I-'', leilci, II iv.-. 1mii.Ii nil. limbers
II, ll Villil'1". MIHil. ' IO I'lllH l' . I hint PnlMillillR
an.l 'I'liiw.ned "iiu.li, llnigttonu, Siinl uni, mid
4ll ,li-:l. "f tlie kill.
Kr Piles, tt.HlliOK, Cilia. I lepra or Snves, no
reiiie'lr i so (irouipt in Maitbiim and Ih-uUhk m
l'.ill;'!i skin Oire. It dow not -umrt or burn.
JMiKti'jiit in Itn liuujnagu 'r 'tMt.
NASA I. rATARIMI. ACITF. or ( lll! N ri'MJ
In the Head, Hose told, Hn.m hiid talaifU anil
aetinsea the uolrlli. t nill nnturnl 1 reiutiini,,
and iireveiilt ineniAiiliuiv, -iiiiidl' Siiod -ii. eii;!!
It li. ill.-"lie for Cold In thu Hoad-Mhrfc
in caused" by midden eluiiiu.-s in the uliiiie.i-li. ro.
biititiuiu in Un i.'M:wtK UKOMftny utrituHk.
PAPILLON MFC. CO., CHICAGO
TOP. PAI.K liY A5.1 rVUCUlFlB.
For .S'ivlo bv
PAUL G. SCIIU1I,
Snccial Atrts. in t-itv
'I he Gcsular Cairo & Paducab Uaily
HENRY E. TAY'tOR, jrimtcr.
UKOIWH JUHKa, Clerk.
cvc Pvlucah forCdro ilitily (Sunday except
d) at 8 ft. in , and Mound City at 1 p. m. Keturc
nn, leuvea Ca'ro at 4 p.m. : Mound CllvatSp.m.
Ladies at.d (lenilimicn ran find a
protllable cmplaymont at tin Ir own
home. Th hliaineaa ii 1 cht and
pl.'BKint. Yon can make from )l to
S5adiv. No cauvaaalni!: work Kent
nv mall any distance, no tamp tor reply. ricae
adlrcM t'KOAN MANL'FACTL'ltl.NU CO., SOS
Kuco St., Cinclnuatl.
rjMIE CITY NATIONAL HANK.
Of t'tviro, IllinoiH.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A Gcucral Bankinj Business
TIIOH. W. IIAIiI.lUVY
jNTEKl'Ki.SE SAVING BANK
KXCH'SIVKLY A SAVINGS P.AMI.
'..'O'um.Ttidl Avpihi" .in 1 Kisrhtb Street
OA IKO, ILLS.
P. BH'iss. Pre-id.iit.
ll. WBLLS, Cii-hler.
P. N'rTKK. V'.cel're.'nl
T. J. K.-rtb, Aac'l ch
P. Bro Ca-'rti I William K! it,o. Csiro
i'c-irNetf I William Wu,f ... "
r M o-ierioh ' I f. n. Pi; tier "
l-.A.U.der " III. Welle '
J. Y. t'ler.ion, Caledonia.
A (li.NEi'.V.. BAN KIN1 r !1'S1NIS DONE.
Kxchana-; fold a-id houjlit. Inlerort p il.l .t
!bl- Savini D.-pailmeut. Colk-cliOiis made
a'l buslneitN prcuptiy attended le.
QEOBGE IIABItl-sON LEACH, M. D.
Special attention paid to the Il'-meopathic treat
nuni of i.nrical dUvaae. and dii'es-'cs of women
OFITCE On U:h atreet, opptmte the Post
office, ( airo, III.
U. J. E. STKONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAIOIt, ELKCTKO-VAPOK and MEDICATED
A lady in atteuuance.
i. E W. WIIITLOCK,
Ottv a -!.'o. 139 C imraerc!ftl Avenne, bntwcea
i-H i .m d Nil th treet
G. PARSONS, M. D.,
OCULIST AND AURIST.
OFFICE-City Dr ig Store. Carbondale, 111.
13G cScl38 Com'l Ave.
hare received a full and complete Una
ol new Fuji and Winter
Cloaks, Dolmans, Motions, Etc.
A henry aloes of Body Brussels, Taper
trie and limraln
A full slock of Oil Cloth", all Bizes and prices.
Cltuingfi Gents' Furnish'g Goods
A full and complete stock Is now being
closed out at great bargains.
UoihIs nt Bottom Prices!
W. STRTTON, Cairo. T. BIKU. Missonr),
STBATTON & BIED,
No. W Ohio Letee, Cairo, I'J.
fVAirnt" Amettcan Powdor Co
bl'MMBIi LAW I.KCL'KES(nlne weekly) begin
1Jm4 anil ati.l KWh hn nt a ni Kl lliavn
provt'd of (lv'iml iut),--lst, to etudi-DtB who dvslpn
IO Villi I1V IMCir IIUUIV V n 1 ti v I nan uvinn-i t
. r4 . .1 . ...... a. .ail ..l.iUul Q-l
KQ. W WlUno WI1U pru''iQ iw ivvt i naiij ami ou(
to priictiouvrs wbo have not had the advunUee nf
In.l.llAlinn If ft- i 1 PJ n I a H ll VMMB P O
VllvUlnVliU IIIDIUVVIWUI wa viiviiibi aMa vdb y a .
irniToraltT ol Va.) to John B. Minor, 1'rtt. Com.
i,anu mat. ww.
r3 gs 'in tVi CM
TT gg- r
(JAIUO BULLLllN: '1UESDAY MORNING JUNE
llaviog obtaiued judgment for dtliiKjiifcut
taxes, I will bi uiD, on Moudy, tlm iGtli
inat., to sell all lands upon w Lie It the taxei
shall not have been paid. All delinquents
arc requested earnestly to pay at odcu and
to call at the office for that purpose, as the
tale will very probably be concluded in
one day. JyUN IIodok,
Officb of the )
Tkubtkes of Cahio Tkcst Property,
Cairo, Ills., June 7tb, 188-1. J
Notice is hereby given to land owners
within the City of Cairo or any of its addi
tions, who desire to rill their letp, that e-rth
will bo furnishod by the undersigned, for
that purpose, fur the next six months free
Permits to remove the earth requireJ
will be furnished and the location Irom
which it can le removed will be pointed
out upon application at this office.
S. Staatj Taylor, Tiustees of the Cairo
Edwin Parsons, Ttust Property.
if'li is a Well Known Fact! lathe
Diamond Dyes more coloring is given than
in any known Dyts, and tLey give fasti r
nd rnote brilliant colors. lOe. at all drug
gists. They are a great success. Wells,
Richardson & Co., BurlingtnD, Vt.
For Rent or Sale.
A nice cottage, 8 rooms, good order, on
Walnut Street, opposite 13th Street School
House. It quire ot 0. M. Alden. lm
House For Bent.
Mrs. L. E. Williams n otters her Seventh
Street house for rent. The house is in good
repair, suitable for boarding hcusu. tt
Choice Seed Potatoes.
Northern I'eachblows and late New
York IWbank Potatoes', finest ever brought
to this market, at New York Store.
Freeh Oranges and Lemons just in.
All Answer Wanted.
Can etiv one brins us a case of Kidney
or Liver complaint tint Electric Bitters
will not speedily cure? We say they can
not, as thousands of cases already perma
nently cured and who are daily recommend
inrr Electric Bitters, will Drove. Brisht's
n , k .
disease, diabetes, weak back, or any urinary
complaint quickly cured, lney puriiy mc
olood, regulate trie bowels, ana act uireci
lv on the diseased Darts. Evsrv bottle "Uar-
anteed. Fur sale at 50c. a battle by Barclay
tfucmen's Arnica isalve
The Debt Salve In tho world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Suit Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Rands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It in guaranteed to f,'ive per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
,,!5 cents pr box. For sale by Barclay
Do Not be Discouraged
even if you have tried many remedies for
your Kidney disease or Liver complaint
witho-n success it is no reason why you
disorder incurable. The most intractable
cases readily yield to the potent virtues of
Kidney-Wort. It is purely vegetable com
pound which acts on the Kidneys, Liver and
Bowles at the same time and thus cleanses
the whole system. Don't wait, but get a
package to-day and cure yourself.
A Lawyer's Opinion of Interest to all.
J. A. Tawney, Eq., a leading attorney
of Winona, Minn., writes: "After using it
for more than three years, I take great
pleasure in sating that I regard Dr. King's
v.ir niavivrrv for onnsnmotioo. as the
best remedy in the world for couehs and
colds. It has never failed to cure the most
severe colds I have had, and invariably re
lieves the pain in the chest."
Trial bottles of this sure cure for all
throat and lung diseases may be had free
at Barclay Bras' drug store. Large size,
In the Hop Piaster are united French
IIps, Gums and Balsams, and its power
is wonderful in curing Back Ache, Sprains,
Bruises, Neuralgia, Pain in the Side or
Soreness anywhere. Thousands testify to
Emory'. Little Cathartic is the best and
only reliable Liver Pill known, never fails
with the most obstinate cases, purely vege
table. 15 cents. (1)
A Fair Offer.
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich,
offer to send Dr. Dye's Voltaic Belt and
Applicances on trial, for thirty days, to
men, old or young, afflicted with nervous
debility, lost vitality and kindred troubles.
See advertisement in this paper. 2
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and 1" .ken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of tutting teeth! If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor littlo sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhoea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
nurses and physicians in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Cheap Homes in Arkansas and Texas.
Along the line of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands ot
acres of the choicest farming and grazing
lands in tho world, ranging in price from
2.00 to $300 and $4.00 per aero, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
in 18S2, and make up your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that the crop
fnr 1883 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1883. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed formoney paid for tickets or freight
over the Companies lines.
II. C. Townbkho, Gen'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
The Daily Bulletin.
The Second Jefferson Club was ( rgan
ized in thin city at Messrs. Barcluy Bros'
Ohio Levee dtuj atom lust night. CV.
James Kourdcn wus elected President; Mr.
W. E. Ileudrickc, Secretary, and Mr. John
Hay nes, Treasurer. The application for a
charter was sent to Sucrct try Mi so, of tho
Statu Cei.trt.1 Committee, lust nijit, and
the club is to meet again Monday night
next to completo its nrganiz ition. It is the
Second Ward Club, an 1 tlie Thiid Ward is
next in order.
Sunday uioruing aj Alderman Stout
was standing in front of Mr. A. Swobo la's
saloon on Poplar Street, ho was unexpected
ly asuultid by Officer Richard Taylor and
knocked from the sidewalk. The Alderman
was about to return the compliment like a
thousand of brick when bystanders inter
fered and s'opped the fun. What the cause
of the assault was u not nude- public, but
it is understood to be in part that the Ald
erman refused to vote to ru-confinu Taylor
as police officer at the last Council meeting
and gave bisnasons therefore.
Mr. Murdock Mackenzie, Highland?, Car
leton county, New Brunswick, testifies that
St. Jacobs Oil, the great paiu cure, com
pletely cured him of acute rheumatism of
long standing, and also his wife of face
neuralgia and toothache.
Stages of the River.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at 6 p. ni. 23 feet 2 inches and ris
ing. Chattanooga, June 'J. Rivr 5 feet 0
inches and rising.
Cincinnati, Juno 9. River 9 feet 3
inches and falling.
Louisville, June 9. River 5 feet 8
inches and falling.
Nashville, June 9. River 3 ft 4 inches
Pittsburg, June 9. River 1 feet 10 in
ches and falling.
St Louis, June 9. River ,19 ft 5 inch
es and risinr.
General Kiltiat rick's IIoiso.
Speaking of horses, we are reminded
of an incident related to us by General
Kilpatrick, showing on tho part of n
horse retentive memory, prompt rec
ognition of his muster's vo.co, and a
little less than human at hearing the
familiar tones after a long separation.
Old Spot, the General's favorite war
horse, bore his master gallantly on long
and perilous rides and in tho thick of
Uesperato fights, himself more than
ouee feeling the prick of rebel steel
and tho sling of rebel lead. Subse
quent to tho war General Kilpatrick
was sent to South America. Ho left
the old horso at tho farm, with orders
that he should be kindly cared for.
Returning after an ab&enco of several
years, tho General reached his homo
near niht, nnd w as for somo time oc
cupied in exchanging greetings with his
family and friends. Ho did not, how
ever, long neglect to inquire after tho
old horso. Learning that Spot was at
pasture in a distant field, tho General
sent for him, and a littlo later was told
that his favorite stood securely lied to
a post at tho entrance of tho grounds
somo distance away. Tho General
hastened out onto tho piazza, from
whence, peering through tho evening
shadows, he descried tho form of tho
old veteran, who stood demurely gnaw
ing at tho post. Just tho ouo word,
"Spot!" rang out over the lawn. Like
an echo carue back the nuswering neigh.
With a snort and a bound tho old
charger snapped the halter as if it had
been a thread, cleared tho fence at a
leap, and, with arched nock find cars
proudly erect, spurned the intervening
turf like a race horso until ho stood by
tho piazza, where with joyful whinny
ho laid his head upon his master's
breast. Added the . General: '-We
hugged nnd caressed each other liko
lovers, nnd I am not ashamed to say
that no welcome I received that day
warmed inv heart more than that of
Old Spot." EUcncJk Journal.
During tho trial of a civil suit,
brought before a rural justice of tho
peace, noticing that tho "jinlfro" was
treading on tho recent discussions of
the supreme court, a lawyer called his
attention to tho disregard of higher au
thority. "Your honor," said tho lawyer,
"your ruling is in error, for in tho caso
of Higgie vs. Stackwell, recently de
cided by the supremo court "
"Hold on, sir. The caso of Higgio
vs. Stackwell was originally brought
before mc and an appeal was taken to
tho circuit court, from which tribunal
it was carried to the supremo court.
Now, I want to say riht hero that l'vo
got as littlo respect for tho supremo
court's opinion as that grave body of
men have for mine. They have- aright
to control thicr own court, but I'll bo
blamed if thoy shall control mine.
Proceed with the nrsruments. tren tie-
Arbui atv Truvckr.
Explorer Stanley is thus ' photo
graphed by a traveler who recently en
countered him on tho Congo: "llero
ho was, seated on his camp-chair, his
pipe iu his mouth and a sciui-circle of
Krinuing kinglets squatting in front of
him, somo of them smoking long
stemmed, little-bowled pipes in com
placent silence, aud others putting
many questions as to his recent journey
to Europe, nnd receiving his replies
with expressions of incredulous won
der, tapping their open mouths with
their hands. Stanley sat benignly
chatting and smoking, his face lighting
up with amusement at their naivo re
marks, whiln the bearing of his head
still returned that aomewhat proud car
riage which inspirod theso African
chieftains with n real respect for his
wishes aud a desiro to retain his friend
Virtue ol' nil Indian l'ony,
1 havo a littlo story of per ir n.il ei
perlenoo with one Indian pony, savs a
writer in tho San Francisco Cull, "that
may ho read with profit. 1 rodo oneo
with somo cattle bi.ver.s through llio
stock ranges of Ntvuiia. Mv pony ' (it
was called Hob) had drifted' into Ne
vada from Utah, and was known as a
bulValo hunter. Bob was as mean
looking as a sheared sheep, nnd as I u.-lct-hcaded
as a political opponent.
Ilowevor, Bob and I got along- very
well tho first day of our acquaintance,
got along, in fact, about fifty Nevada
miles, wliich I havo carefully estimated
to bo equal to sixty-five Christian niTles.
Tho next day Bob was tired, or cross,
or bored. He regarded tho wastes of
sngo brush disdainfully whilo I thread
ed my whip upon him, nnd lunched
off tho sngo brush while I wore out my
Bpurs on his shaggy sides. Then I led
him a few miles, and ho regarded mo
in big-eyed meditation. Whilo I re
mounted, which I did only when my
shot's were worn out, Bob appeared so
broken up that I felt sorry. I deter
mined to go no further that day thau
tho ranch house we were approaching,
for I did not want Bob's lifo charged
to my cruelty. Just before we reached
tho houso a herd of cattle reached us.
I may say reached for us. A big bull,
the biggest nnd w ildest I remember
ever to have seen, selected Bob and me
for a target.
Considering Bob's condition, I was
about to dismount and take my chances
afoot, when Bob started. I believe he
thought ho was eutercd for tho Derby.
You uever saw such a rate of speed at
tained by such a remarkable gait. Bob
would alternately roll himself up into
a ball, and stretch out to three times
his normal length; his head would go
out of sight iuto his shoulders, aud
then go out of sight in the distance.
Suddenly Bob stopped very suddonly
so suddenly that it unsettled niv dig
nity and pose. Looking about I dis
covered tho causo to bo that tho bull
had slopped. Just ns suddenly tho
bull began charging the other way,
and Bob that fool of a Bob began
charging after tho bull. If tho Lull
had been a p :ck of oats Bob could not
havo displayed move eagerness iu tho
Between my anxiety lest Bob should
catch tho bull and not know what to do
with it, aud my uncertainty as to my
scat, I was very unhappy. Bob, how
ever, appeared to bo having a real good
time. Tho chase was kept up for
miles, and until tho bull suddenly stop-
Iied short and swung his big horned
icad around at Bob and mo as wo came
along. Bob dodged beautifully, and
then tho bull chased us awhile. That
thing was kept up for two hours. If
tho bull wouldn't chase us, Bob would
chnso the bull; it was all tho same to
him just as much fuu one way as
another. I reckon wo chased each
other Bub and the bull and I about
fifty miles, when wo happeued upon a
littlo oasis, and B jIj and tho bull began
browsing tho unexpected grass together
in the most friendly manner. I excised
myself and walked back to the ranch.
A Joko on General Sherman.
Tho general was recently thu victim
of a huge joke, perpetrated by Billy
Florence, lite actor, it seems that Uov
John Snyder, a prominent Unitariau
di vino (who, not withstanding tho
cloth, is verv fond of the drama and a
iiabituo of ihe legitimate theaters), vis
ited the Grand Opera house while the
inimitable Billy ami his wife were play
ing 'Facts." Ou leaving tho theater,
the R.-v. Johu, in the exuberance of his
spirits aud the earn of several ladies,
forgot to take with him a valuable and
handsome cane. The watchman who
found it turned it in to the box ohVo,
whero it was held several days. Not
knowing the intrinsic value of tho cuuo,
tho treasurer, George McManus, pre
sented it to Florence. This was ns
good a thing as tho redoubtable Wil
liam could wish for. Aud ou tho fol
lowing day he called together at tho
Southern hotel a few boon companions.
halo follows well met, among whom
were. John Norton, joint manager of
the Olympic and Grand; Pat Short,
treasurer; Win. Hyde, and J. B. Mo
C'uHngh, of the U'Cbc Democrat.
AViue was ordered and Gen. Sher
man sent for. On his arrival, amid
applause aud clinking of glasses, Flor
ence, with much gusto, presented the
cine to t!.o general as one which ho
picked up among tho pyramids of
iviypt. 'The general responded hap
pily and an hour or two was spent in
repartee, joiiity, and popping of corks.
Tho next morning appears tho Rov.
Snyder at the box-ollioo inquiring for
his cane. Then eamo the denoue
ment. Florence apologized to Sher
man, who gallant old soldier that he
is returned tho cane, but not until
first I'l Tonce had called together tho
same party and xlained, with cham
pagne accompaniment this time, how
ever, with ti.e addition of thu Rev.
John to the pa.ty. Tho bump of
practical joking iu Florence is par
ticularly large, nnd no opportunity U
missed. AU'i California.
llcni1 Cl.ij's (ihikI Humor.
Henry Clay w.'.s fond of the light
skinni-di debate, in which his iniper
turalile good humor ftvquentlv gave
him an advantago ovr his antagonists.
On one oce;isi ;i'., w hen ho was replying
to a Fotn -vli"t heated opponent, a sud
den sq i:.!! i i.nn tip and rattled the
window ou;M!:is so :s to produce a
t'on-iilcrai le ti"i-if. Tlm orator stop
ped short in me midst of his remarks
and iiiijiiired, aiond, w hat was the mat
ter; and then, as if divining the cause
of lhn liisliiri'Miiee, he said: "S:orms
seem to bo coiiiing in upon us on all
sides." Tho observation, though triv
ial ns relaied, was highly amusing un
der tin! circumstances which gave rise
to it, arid from tho manner in which it
was uttered. Mr. Clay rarclv failed to
rivet the attention of his audier.c.i, and
to reward it. His enunciation was
clear and melodious, and ho expressed
Hiiongiy what ho deeply felt. Ho was
not over-cautious in his choice of
phrases aud epithets, when speaking of
tho usurpations of the incumbent of
the presidential chair, or ouo of tho
"lean and hungry parasites" who flat
tered and misled him. Ho was always
nappy iu nis niusirnuoiis, ana no one'
could toll a good story with better f-I
foct.-ic fedcy Foorc
lliailen Iteatlo In Private Life.
Charles Reado was in private lifo
amiable and loveable; nevertheless,
from his disregard of Talleyrand's
maxim, surluut point dc zclc, ho was
perpetually quarreling with friends.
Not even Walter Savngo Landor could
havo surpassed him in wrath and or
nate invectivo when ho anathemized
any opponent of his pot crochets. He
forgot what ho had said as soon as hia
indignant fits were past, but those who
had been scorched by his fiery tongue
or bespattered by his sarcastic, pea
sometimes had more retentivo memo
ries. In Ms intercourse with ladies ho
had much of that relinod politeness and
old world gallantry which aro custom
ary among foreigners, but less so with
us; and yet tho variability ol his tem
per would make him doscond with
startling and amusing rapidity from
the lofty tono of a Grandison to the not
very high stylo which distinguished the
utterences of Mr. Chucks, tho boatswain
in "Peter Simple." Not that Mr. Reade
ever indulged ia exactly tho sanio kind
of language that did Mr. Chucks; but,
for instance, when ho was on tho stage
rehearsing one of his plays no actress
could for a moment find graco for his
objurgations if sho did not without
word or look of dissent accopt all tho
commauds ho issued as to her playing
and even as to her dress. With actors
ho was quite as despotic, and this some
times led to sharp wordy encounters,
in which, however, Charles Reado was
always victor in the first placo be
cause ho was uot the man to yield, and
in the next becauso his advico, in sum,
was ns good as Hamlet's. But when
all has been said of Charles Reade, it
must bo repented that ho worked to
honest purposes, and no memoir of him
would be complete if it did not recog
nize tho kindness of heart which was
tho dominant trait of his character. Ho
was, in truth, so warm hearted, and
had such a rich imagination tocontrive
schemes which his benevolenco suggest
ed, that most of his faults, literary or
persoual and these wero venial ones
at tho worst came from wishing to do
too much good and struggling to do
that mush too quickly. London I'imcs.
A. A. Swan, of Cheyenne, Wyoming,
controls more stock thau any other in
dividual on the continent. His present
possessions are valued at between sf 2,
000,000 and 3,000,000, while tho
amount of stock of which ho has tho
exclusive control and management ii
over I'co.OOO head, and valued at over
$ 13,00' i, ii.i'). H". w: s tho organizer and
is pre.sidi.nt and general manager of no
less than live different stock organiza
tions in Wyoming. Ho is a native of
Green county, Pennsylvania, which
place ho left for tho west in 1853, when
22 years of age, with f 1,000 in his
Old and young unite to attest tho merits
of Athloj horos, tho great specific for neu
ralgia and rheumatism. Hero is one letter
of a thousand. It is from Chandler Wil
liams, of Bingham, 111.: "I took your Ath
lophoros as directed, and it helped me won
derfully. I have been troubled with rheu
matism for over twenty years in some parts
of my body. For twelvo years it has been
in my left leg and hip. The last two I could
not walk about the houso without a cane.
If there is anything in the world to help
rheumatism, I think it is your medicine.
It seems almost increditable. I am almost
seventy-nine years old. My hoalth other
wise is good."
. Dixon Springs
Will be open for the reception of ctjESTa
June 1st. Terms, f8.00 per week.
Dr. Barnum, a celebrated chemist, of
Louisville, gives the following analysis of
the waters under date of October 3d, 1883.
Sriusa No. 1. To each litro (2.11 pts.)
C'arb of Iron 32.5433
Chloride of Iron trace.
Sulphate of Iron trace.
Chloride of Sodium 443
Sulphate Alumina 12.014
Sulphate Lime 1(5.270
Sulphate Magnesia 6.000
SntiNG No. 2. -To each litro (3.11 pts.)
Sulphate of Iron 11.280
Carbonate of Iron 0.730
Sulphate of Alumina 020
Sulphate of Magnesia 2.990
Chloride of Sodium 9.240
Chloride of Calcium 4.990
Si'uixu No. 3. To each litre (2.11 pts.)
Oxide of Iron 3 .220
Oxide of Aluminum 1.200
Sulphhate of Magnesia 4.800
Carbonic Acid Gas 2.800
Sulphurcted Hydrogen Gas 7.520
(Signed) J. P. Barnum, M. D.,
a M li. .auMlnilnil A? Aft A t9 ifcat
moat noted ana .uccewiui .uri-iaiuu.
tnow reilredi for thecureof Aarrowa DnbUUtft
i,ont Manhood, tfraknrtm and ltrvau. Keul
111 plain aealtnl u vulopvr'ae. JJiujjguta caa flU u
Addreu DR. WARD a CO., Ljuitiana. Ma. '
piiurr., prematura demy
and fuilura to perform life's
dutlea proparly ara oauwd by
urnvK error of youth, ate,
ill find a perfect and last inn
restoration to robu.t health
and vlgoron mnnhond la
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