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The leading HcleiitlHt ol to.uity agr-u that moot
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er. II, tbvieforu. tb Kidney and I.iv.t are kpt m
P. et order, perfect health will be the reault.
mie trutli ne only been known a obort tune anil
. rB 'flur4 great agony without lie-
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the element neceary . nouriab and invigorate
both ol ih''e great orgtne, and aafely reatore am
keep them la order It ia a fOSI I1VK KKMKIlY
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Ing Pregnancy. It will control Meii.trtintii in and
la Invaluable for Le corruaa or falling of the
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"It la the remedy thai will core, the many die
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"It ban paired vere V-ie nd won entlorae
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"No remedy heretofore discovered tan )m held
for nne moment In rompun-ou with it "Key (.'
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enuireror WAriN KM A SAHKOIAKBTES ;UKK
It la a IOMITIVK Remedy.
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OF LYNN, MASS.
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Communication opon inbleeUol renertl Intereat
)inepablleareatall time actepUMe. Rejected
. ( . - lu iiu. in r"iurneQ.
nl1 ommnnlratloni iboald He addreiaed
BiumiKii v-airo iiunoia
The Colorado has gone to the bank.
1 he Andy Baum was due last night for
There is but four feet gauge reported at
The J. S. Hopkins will be the Evansville
The New Mary Houston was light for
the Ohio nver.
The Cons. Millar
will be up Monday
night for Cincinnati.
There is 150 tons freight awaiting the
Andy Baum for Memphis.
The City of Alton added largely here am.
got off late Friday night.
The John B. Maude and Belle Memphii
vcre both light for St. Louis.
The Gold Dust cleared up all freight be
tween Cairo and Vicksburg.
The Si. Genevieve had the usual light
trip for Memphis laat night.
Joe Bryan and the City of Greenville will
be out to-nirrht for Vicksburg.
The Fannie Tatum will enter the St.
Louis and Paducah trade next week.
At a white beat mercury on No. 2 yester-
- - - -
Ch&rlea Husscll has charge of the Virgin
Lee this trip, the Parker having laid up
to repnir. ...... - - '
The Belle Shreveport has laid over one
trip, and the Commonwealth cornea out in
John Feith went to Madrid and witnessed
the dislocation of the necks of the Sikestou
The Virgie Lee did not lay up at Mem
phis, but returned late Thursday night for
Mrs. Henry Wells and her sister, Mrs.
Gear, will go to Cincinnati on the Cons.
Mr. Groves, clerk of the nopkius lias
gone to Hot Springs. He pawed through
hern ypsterdny via Iron Mountain Railroad.
Tho Jay Gould passed for St. Louis at
four p. m.. yesterday, with seventeen hun
dred tons and six barges, consisting of
railroad rails principally.
The U. P. Schenck brought out No. 84,
new barge belonging to Colonel Beardon'a
line. She was transferring the freight from
it until late last night, and will leave this
moruing fully loaded.
Mr.Masson of the City of Alton will char
ter the "A" Ware House for the purpose of
assorting Anchor line freights during tho
freeze up tins winter. As Walt would
Ray, good scheme. "The lady and her two
daughter will please step in to supper."
Charley Ilowo says that the organization
known as the frosty twenty, the exclusive
property ot "Walt," has finally been dis
banded the last member having disposed
of his nice little brick cottage to the new
Halliday to be used as a refriguratrr.
Al Anderson, late of the Annie P. Silver
was married in St. Louis last week, to
Miss Johnson, a charming hello of that
city. Tho happy couple are making
tour of the lakes. Mr. Anderson has ac
cepted a position on one of the new Anchor
Lino packets in the New Orleans trado.
The Silvcrthorn had a full trip of excur
sioniststo witness the execution of the New
Madrid desperadoes at New Madrid and
brought back twenty kegs of beer which
waa sent down from here to sell to tho
pleasure seekers as tho authorities rcfuso
to allow intoxicating drinks sold on tho
Spending Money in Vain.
M. V. B. Horsom, Esq., of Pinkham
Hersom, Boston. Mass., reports: After
vainly spending fivo hundred dollars for
other remedies to relieve my wife, I have
no hesitation in declaring that St. Jacobs
Oil will cure neuralgia.
Dr. Klino'a Great Norve Restorer is tho
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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; SUNDAY MORNING,
The littlo Inn at Veschl, near Milan.
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uau ijuhwuu'ictui; nir. no Jl'itfik nml
his daughter Mabel, for whose Hake tho
father bad left home and country to
wander .nroi'ga Iweiirn lands.
For, almost at the altar, Mabel Hoi-
urooavs lover nad lorsukeu her. wrn. lt.
ing the life whose promine had been ho
lair, bhe could not liear the tiitvin?
mi. I. ..J l. I... .1 i . ' J .
T'.un ouu iuu.s ui tiio.se who Knew her
fate, so begged her father to take her
away uu me slory should be forgotten
Nearly a yeur had passed ninee tiiat
unhappy dity, and alio had found, if not
iiuppiuetis, it quiei content which was
aimos; peace, luey hiji been .mend
ing some days at Veschl, for Mabel
liked the almost Sabbath stillness of the
little place. It rested her after tin r.t.
less life !n the great cities which they
I. a. I wri.,..!
One day be sat by ber window when
suddenly tiMta cam a sound of music
a. viiiim nuuiy piaying, and thejino-le
ol a tambourine, while a clear. awi.
childihh voice Bang one of the delicious
pleasant songs" so often heard in It
aly, looking out from lehind the flow.
era in uer window, Mabel saw the vio
linist, a young Italian, ta . PTa:f fni
almost noble in his bearing; and though
ma vioines were oor, and worn, and
travel-stainetl, his hands were white and
shapely, and the cloak whieh hang over
his shoulder was such as any cavalier
might have carried. Beside him Hiwwi
a young girl In the pi tuiesque dress of
tun cuuiiuy, uer iiiuu Jiauda line and
white, too-holding a large tambourine,
the lovely blight eyes raised to the face
of her companion as she sang, as if in
spired by his playing.
Drawn by the sound of the music,
Mr. Holbrook entered the room and
stood beside his daughter.
'The child sings well," he said, and
in a moment a glittering j'ild roin lay
at the singers feci.
"O, Paolo!" she cried, stooping in
wonderful amazement to pick it up,
'see! it must be fairy gold!'
"Not so, little one"," laughed Mr. Hol
brook, who had come out from the inn
in time to hear her exclamation. "It.
is an honest Enclish half sovprpir.
which you have fairly earned by your
song, tome in with me, and I will
change it in Italian scwli, whi'ih will be
of more use to you."
His accent wa not very neifect
Mabel had taught him, and he was not
an apt pupil, but the votm? musician
understood. They felt the lindncs in
his voice, and gladly followed him into
his daughter's rcxim, where Paolo
bowed with the grace of a young prince
Nina Ba.saldi for that was the girl's
name hi ausvvcr to Mr. Holbrook's
kindly iuqtiiries soon told all their storv;
how .their father (who was of a noble
Florentine family, she said with a proud
lifting of her pretty head) bad hud to
eave bis home because ot enemies, and
had fled to Swizerland, where her moth
er hal died when she was but a babv:
how their father took care of them and
made them so hup. y till at last he sick
ened and died from nne strange, tierce
fever; how Paolo bad sold all but their
father's violin, (and cloak, which she
wore when it w as cool, for Paolo was
Milan, where th dar brother nopea in
earn moia., .hat she, Nina, migtil
studv ana become a great einse- .
"But now mat your lamer is aeau.
said Mr. Ho! brook to Paolo, "why do
you uot seek ycur relatives? They can
have nf- cause of anger against you,
Paolo shook bis bead sadly, saying:
"It is Ihe old story of the Veudetta;
ami my father made me swear that I
would not let them know of my exis
tence even, lest 1 might full a victim to
their vengeance, and little Nina bo left
alone in tho world. You know the
fund is from father to son for genera
tions." Paolo says we shall find friends
somewhere," said Nina, with a little
sigh; "but it is weary seeking, and the
road is so long."
"Dear Nina," said Mabel, impulsive
ly, her heart won by the girl's simple
slory, "the friends are here and the
weary road is passed. We will keep
you, will we not, papa?" and she turned
to her father, who stood by with smil
ing face, pleased at her interest and
"Oh, sweet lady!" cried Nina, In an
ecstasy of delight, "do you mean it,
truly? Shall Paolo no more have to play
in the streets? And shall I be taught to
sing, so that I may earn money with
my voice, and make a home for him?'
"Yes, yes!" nodded Mabel, in answer
to the eager questioning. "Truly I
mean all that, and more.1"
"Dear Paolo," cried ina, "do you
But Paolo was silent, tor pride was
struirirling mightily within him. He
was no child, like Nina, to accent every
proffered gift, but a man, though scarce
twenty years hud passed over his head;
and it trailed him to receive favors
where he could give nothing in return
But for Nina's sake lie bad promised
father to do everything for Nina--he
would not refuse w hat these strangers
miffht offer. So, when Mr. Holbi-ook,
in all seriousness, offered to placo Niua
in the Conservatory at Milan, and to
assume the expense of hor musical edu
cation, Paolo accepted gratefully;
though for himself he proudly refused
all aid, nor could any entreaties alter
his decision. But at lat Mr. Hoi brook
obtained for him a position with an old
viol iii-maker, whose home was the re
sort of all musicians of note, and where,
ii l'Moio nnu musical genius, a way
would bo opened up for its devtlop
Your iirotogffs are growing famous,"
said Mr. llolhrook to Mabel, one dav. at
breakfast, in their hotel at Milan, wliois
they still lingered. "Nina's voice is
wonderful, her mttextro savs: She U to
slug for the Duchess of Parma at hor
children s carnival next week. A rar
honor for a child."
And Paolo?" asked Mabol, with
blush, for which she hated herself.
"And raoloP" echoed her father.
by, Paolo is already a tinishod vlo-
unisu it seems iniu bis lather was
something wonderful in that way, and
devoted his life to tralnim? his son. bo
quoathing him as a legacy his violin, a
real Strntlimritu. Paolo, modest fel
low, said nothing of this, but went at
once to Burtollnl, the greatest violinist
in Biuan, tom ins story, and after play
tng a bit, was joyfully accepted as i
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wim t'Vt w Vi'i'" ,
pupiu Mnc then he has been studying
n ght and day, and to-morrow he ia to
Play at the grand concert instead of
Bartolinl, who is suddenly ill. But, all
unheraldod as Paolo is, those who know
say be will take the audionce by storm.
I only found this out by chance. Isup
pose i he was too shy to tell of it him
self." "Ho might at IcaHt have told me,"
thought Mabel For Paolo and she met
almost daily, anj had grown to be
friends dear friends. But was it
friendship only, Mabel wondered, that
made her heart beat so fiercely when
he came into her presence? that made
her long for his coming.am'i grief when
he went? Surely it could uot be love,
for love was deud; killed by one man's
oase act. uitia love live again? And
was It-only friendship that burned in
Paolo's eyes? those hituutingeyes, whose
lance she sometimes dared not meet?
ui lips had spoken no wordlf love;
did his eyps tell the secret he dared not
speak? Welt, she would bo cool and
distant when he came that day; she
would not speak of his playing; would
declare, perhaps, that she did not intend
to go to the concert. Then, what would
But alas for her plans; Ihe day passed
and Paolo came not. Nor did he the
next day; and she dressed for the con
cert in eager, feverish haste, fearful lest
she might be late, and so miss one mo
ment of Paolo's presence.
When he appeared, in fruitless even
ing costume, m young, m handsome, so
proudly serene, aa if sure of success,
there was a faint whisper of surprise
through tho house, which died away as
he hrgan playing, with so marvellously
sweet and gentle touch that the
audience listened in almost breathless
silence, lest one m.te should be lost.
When the music ceased for a moment
no sound was heard; then a wild, tu
multuous burst of applause followed.
Paolo had indeed won, not only the
hearts of his audience, but in one
giant stride fame; and fortune wa.
sure to follow. Again and again he
was recalled: and the whole evening
was one unbroken success for the vounS
violinist. Almost faint with excitement
when at last the concert was over, Ma
bel begged her father to hasten homo.
yet scarcely had she readied hef parloi
when Paolo sought admittance.
I saw your face only!" he exclaimed,
in impassioned tones. "It was mv in.
spiiation! You smiled and I was clad
and my heart spoke to you in the mu
sic. Did yon nt understand, beloved?"
Mabel raised her ryes to his face with
one sweet, tremulous glance, then the
even ivHaivl Huiy vj Tioi uwu ueait,,
had in that brief moment escaped hei
When a little later they met together
to tell Mr. Holbrook, and ask his bless
ing, lie was astonished, riut a glance
nt Mabel's happy face checked the
words that ros-e to his lips. He desirea
nothing so tntii:h as his child's happi
ness; and be loved Paolo as a son. Sc
by and by there will be a quiet wedding
at Milan; for Nina cannot be haft there
alone, and they could not be marrieil
without her. And though Mr. Holbrook
would like his daughter to be married
from her own stately London house,
Mabel is the best pleased that it can
A gentleman, traveling in Venezuela,
stopped at a hut while it was raining,
but found the roof leak ing so badly that
he might as well have leeii outside as
in. A little talk with the owner and
inmates led to the discovery that they
were too lazy to mend the roof. Final
ly he asked them why they didn't cul
tivate the rich land they owned all
about them and sell vegetables in the
city. The old woman in the hut be
came very angry. "That's the song
you sing, is it? she exclaimed. "You
are one of theso foreigners who come
here and want to set us to work. You
want us to be 3iur slaves. You want
us to be slaves nd work. Work if yon
like; it is good euough for the like ol
you. Why didn't you stay in your own
country? Wrat business have you
got hero any Why? I am sorry 1 let you
como into mv house out of the rain.
(Jet out! Go ab( ut your business! Find
somebody eWe to be your slaves! You
won't find any liore, for we are Venezu
elans, free as the air." He got out in
to tho rain us quick as he could de
termined never to offer advice to the
A man in Ithaca, N. Y., has an order
for 20,000 olconmgpriuo barrels from
a New York city lirm.
Rev. Dr. Adam Stuart Muir, who has
been arraigned boWe the Freo Presby-,
tory of Edinburgh for defending the
character of Mary, Queen of Scots, is
almo4aBostoiiiiiii. He was the first
Castor of tho Columbus Avenue Tros
ytcrian Church of that city, having
como out from Scotland to aiil in start
ing tho enterprise. Ho visited Boston
a year or two ago, a"d is a man of
ability, originally and occentricity.and,
like most of the prominent Scotch di
vines, a man of marked character.
A Japanese Punishment
An English resident in Japan recent
ly rccordod the horror which he felt
when, immediately after landing, he
met a wretched criminal walking about
Tokio, in midwinter, naked, with his
hair tied back so tightly to a beam of
wood laid across his shoulders, to which
his arms were strapped, that, no matter
how far back ho sl'rainod his head, his
hair was almost torn from his scalp.
Ou inquiry he found that the torture
was iutliclotl ou the criminal to indi
cate the abhorronce with which tho law
regarded the robbery . of tho scanty
earnings of the helpless poor. The
ralscreaut had picked the pocket of a
blind cripple. "
JULY 17, 1881.
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j of your rest by a sick child Hufferinlr an
crying with the excruciatinn r"" " cuiimg
teeth? If s, go at once and get a bottle of
Mrs. inslow s Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor littlo suftcrer imaiecliately
dei)end upon it; there s no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used ir, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to tha child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States.
Sold everywhere. 25 cents a liottle.
Makiu, n Uaise.
John Hays, Credit P. O., says that for
nine months he could not raise his hand to
his head through lamcncw in the shoulder.
but by the use of Thomas' Electric Oil
he was entirely cured. Paul C. Schuh,
A Liberal Offer.
Wagner & Co. Michigan Ave. & Jackson
St. Chicago, offer to send Electric Belts,
Bands, etc., for the cure of Nervous Debili
ty and other diseases, free, for examination
and tr.al before purchasing. These ETec
tnc Devices are the invention of Dr. I). A.
Joy, of the University of Michigan, and are
claimed to be the only Electric Devices or
Appliances tor the cure of diseases that
have yet been constructed upon scientific
principles. Pee their advertisement in this
F. A. Scratch, druggist, Ruthven, Ont.,
writes: "I have the greatest confidence in
your Burdock Blood Bitters. In one case
with which I am personally acquainted
their success was almost incredible. One
lady told me that half a bottle did her more
cood than hundreds of dollars' worth of
medicine she had previously taken." Trice
f 1.00, trial size 10 cents.
A Heavy Swell.
Jacob If. Bloomer, Virgillc, N. Y. writes:
"Thomas' Eclectric Oil cured a badly swol
len neck and sore throat in forty-eight
hours. My wifo was also cured of a lame
foot in twenty-four hours." Paul O. Schuh,
It is simply marvelous how quickly con
stipation, biliousness and sick-headache aro
cured by "Sellers' Liver Pills." Price 5! 5
"' jrV ,,,,
PJJICE ,50 cents and $1,00.
cmaus' New National
Color from 2 to S
I I J n. tmm
Article from pur
vsaeune ucb a
Tsseline Cold Creia,
Taseliss Camphor Ice,
Vaseline Toilet Sop,
art aaprlr U a alaUlar
Aa airreeable form of tak
ing Vaseline. intemaQy.
and Dinhthoria at
of all oar goods.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacture:- ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK DONE TO ORDER.
NO. 2f EIGHTH STREET,
GKDINANCK NO. 70.
ANNUAL AFPROPBIATION grLL.
An ordinance provldlDg for the aunnal appropria-
iiuun iur mo ureal rvar, riiuing April .linn, lw.',
and directing that certain nuexpendad balance?
be charged back and covered into the treaiury:
He It ordained bv the ettr eonnell ot the ettr of
Suction I. That ao much ot the amount ap
propriated in au ordinance provldli g for the an
nual appropriation tor the flacal year, ending
April tn. I'M, ai remained unexpended May Int.
Ism, be aod the tame are bareby charged back and
covered into tba treasury to be aaln approprlnt
ed aa hereinafter provided.
bEcnoN l nat ror the pnrpoae or derravlnir tho
neevaary expense and eoeta of Improvement of
the city fur the fluent year, beflnnlnif Mar 11. 1SHI.
and endinir April aoth. 1S82. ami for payimc certain
iiauiiiiiuB aireany incurrea, me lullowlng autua
(including amounta directed to be charged back
in wctton one of tbl ordinance) or ao much there
of a way be required, b and they are hereby ap
propriated to the following purposes, vlx:
riltHT rBOMTR UKKEHAL FTND.
I. To pay ealarif of the regular city officer and
police furre. $ 10,800.
i To py coat ot repairing and portion of -seaanieut
agaluat the city for cooitructlng ami ro
:. To nay coat of tiling and Improving the etreeta
of the city and portion of any aaemeut agaiurt
the city for any anch improvement, fllUlu).
4. To pay roal of drainage Duceaaary to bo done
within tha city, Including coat of drainage pipe,
it. Todi'frav thoeipeaae of the Are department.
Including ' donated lu the anchor Are company
and alao to pay for nnw hrwe for Mid Sre
comnanlea. fi. . , . , , . ...
ii. To dnfray the rxpenao of the board of health
In carrying tnloM'uct the onliuancea relatlnr to
Ihe public health. l.5t. .
7. To pay eiOHOi of Ihe city clerk fflce and
council chamber. $.
S To Py ei of aonnalelly election, flOti.
'i' To pay coat of dieting iirlaonor In city Jail
and fiw-nar of the Jail.
10. To pay coal oi city priDiiutj, ..
11. To pay coupnti for Intereat from new
bond of the city dated JUljf Ut, iti.T,
and iaaued pnrauant to an election
held June '.'7, IK7H, provided aald Intereat aball only
h nlfl aRer the aald new bnnd are ollvred In
exchange for old bond, a provided In onllnanc
No. ii4, 1.J00 and alio any anm remaining unex
pended from prevlout appropriation for aald pur-
. . ..... m fL...l.knJ .. I. A,,
14. I o pay lor kb mrijinucu iinivi ianiiai lKi.iav.
15. To ourcbaae property and pay for reeling
city hiiildlnt?. $5,(ll.
11. To provide rorcontingeDt expense, 12,000.
Total fr-im Oeneral Fund, IHn.ofirt
riuiH saii.road aTRiprfsn.
Kor Improving Kallroad Hi. between St. Charle
treet and Vourleenth atreet, the balancnowln
aaiillundin tho city treaaary together with any
money that may come Into tald (nod from aale of
portionaof railroad itrtp between tald (treet.
Approved j niy a ii. iwi,
N. B. THlSTi K WOOD. Mvor.
Atti8t:-D. J. FOLK Y. City Cierk.
PA1NTEII'8 MANrjAI. Iloune and Ian palm
itic graining, varnishing, polleu'ng. kaliomlng
4c.. V) eta. Book of Alphabets fin. Book of Kanrv
AlphabeU. Ml. Hlgn, Carriage, Car, Kreaco, and
Decorative Valntlng, SO. Japanem ornamentation
Standard Hign Writer, fl. Staadard Scroll
Book, II. Scroll nd Ornatnont. (Uudolphe) fl.
Of boolaeller or by mall. .JIUSK BAN 1 1 m
CO. lBNaaa ttreet, N. V.
a week In yoar own town, 1-1 outfit fr. No
. Keader, ir yon waux a ouiine ai
A ponon of either mi eta make grerit
Bay all the tttne thv work, writ fot partUulnr 'A
. UALLSn CO..FotUand.
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