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ft. E. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CUNJKAL It. K.
THAN! AHHIVa. TRAIN DKPAHT
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taccuiii uhiiiiii. s:wn.tn tArcotn dHllot;
CAIUO t VINCKNNEH It It.
Mall St, Ex .... 5:00.m Mall Ex.... 9:TOp.ra
Dally except Sunday . t Dally.
t'lrcnlt J ndgo D. J. Nalo-r.
Circuit Clerk-A. II. lrvln.
4 Cuuuly Judu K. 8 Yocum.
4'ouuty Clerk b. J. Ilumm.
County Attorney J. M.Dnniron.
. County Treuuror Milut W. Parker.
H hurl if Job a .Uolgea.
Coroiior K. Fitzgerald.
County Commlsatuner T. W. Dalllday, J.
Ollihi and Hamuul Bri;y ,
City Ofheers. '"
Mayor N. A. TbjiUewood.
Clurk Dcnula. J, Kolny.
Counselor Win. B. Gilbert.
Marshal L, H. Mi'jera,
Attorney William Uendriek.
aUAAII or ALDIRMBN.
first Ward-Petur Banp. T. M. Klmbrongti.
Macond Ward-Jusse Illnkle, C. N. Uiiulies.
Third Ward-It. K. lilake. John Wood.
fourth Ward-C'harlea U. Fatter, Adolph 8wo-
fifth Ward-T. W. Hallldav. Ernest B. Pettit.
CAIRO BAPTIST. Temperance hall on Tenth
street; proachlug firotand third Sundays In
each month, 11 a m. and 7:) p. tu.: prayer meet
ing Thursday, 7:30 p.m.; Hunday school, 9:30 a. m .
uev. a. 4. utno, raator.
pntRCII OF THE KEDEMER-(IpUeopal)
vy roorwwma surei; ounaav aionung prayera
10 -30 a. m.; evening prayer. 7:80 p. m.; Sunday
scuooi v ;su a. m. rnaay evening prayer i p. m.
TIKST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH
X1 Preaching at 10:30 a. n.., 8 p. m., and 7:80 p. m.
babbaUr achool at 7:30 p. m Kv. T. J. Shore,
J CTHE RAN -Thirteenth lreet; acrvite Sab
J hath 1:30 a. m. ; bun day school J p.m. Kav.
MKTHODIST-Cor. Bight and Walnut (treat i
Frcachlnn Sabbath i0:'d0 a. m. and 7 p.m.;
prayer meeting, Wednesday 7 UK) p. m.; Sunday
School, a. m. Kct. Whltuker, paator.
PRESBYTERIAN Eighth (treat; preaching on
halibath at 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; prayer
meeting Wedneaday at 7:30 p.m.; Sunday School
at 3 p. m. Key. B. T. Ueore, paator.
ST.JOKErn'S-tKoman Catholic) Corner Crr
anrt Walnut streets; errtc( Sabbath 10:30 a.
n. ; tinndar School at p. m. ; Veaper 3 p.m.; ser
rice trcry day at 8 p. m.
ST. PATRICK'S Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
atreel and Waantngton avenae; ervlce Sab
bath 8 and 10 a. m.; Veepera 8 p. m.; Sunday School
f p. m. aervkee every day at 8 p. m. Rev. ManU'rsoii
pR. E. W. WU1TLOCK,
OKMca No. IV. Commercial ATenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Street
J)R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFKICB-Xlghtk Sueet, near Commercial Avonue.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
ALL tS0RTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COTTER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK DONE TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo, - - Illinois
mHE CITY NATIONAL BANK '
W. P. HALLIDAY, President.
II. L. HALLIDAY, Vice -I'roaldont.
TUOS. W. HALLIDAY, Cashier.
. ITAATI TAYLOR, W. P. HA1XIDAT,
MHT b. BAUJDAT, B. H. OtINNINttUAM,
. B. mUXAMBOH, CTIPHIM BIHU,
B. B. OAKDXI.
Exchanff e, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Dopoilu received and a goneral tanking bnalnes
rpAX PUBOHASKR'S NOTICE.
TifChnrlH A. Boechor, or any other peraon or per
. aoua inloruated:
You are borohy notlflod that, at a tale of real pi
tnte in the county of Alexander and atate of III!
noli, held by the conntycoll.ictor of anld county, at
the aouMiwuatorly door of the court houie Id the
city of Cairo, In .aid county and Hate, on the ii7th
day of Soptomhor, A. D. 1B7H, the undomlgnod pur
cliaaud the following da.crlliod real etate, altuatod
In the county of Alexander and atato of Illinois,
for the taxo due and unpaid theroon for the yenrK
A. D. lH7ran1678, tuguthur with i.nn.ltiun and
coata; atd real eatnto boinR taied In thutiamo of
imario a. isoecner, io-wii : tun est ol tuctlnn 20
town.lilp 14 aouth, range Sweat, The tlmo allow
ed bylaw for the redemption of aald real eatato
will expire on thith day of Hoptombur, A. D,
IBM. - 11KNKY WELLS, l'urchaier,
Cairo, 111., Juno IS, A.D.1D8I.
rE IOK KING.
( m ..viviH riiu tvwu, mtu nr.
ROCK BOTTOll PRICES.
I respectfully aollclt the patronage of all my old
..(i f .1 ". ouca, ana gunrntee Ihem
"""""I""' JACOU KLKK
PROPRIETOR OP SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICS b if JSJ5 car LOAD or TON.WEU
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a'Specialtv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
C. W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindlinsr
contuntljr on hand
At Seventy-five cents per load.
At one dollar per load.
The ,,trlmmlnin"r r.r.. .,vi,,. ..i.
- - t- . - c-wh mn ouu UIBBO
tbebet anmmer wood for cooking purpo.eaa. well
ae the cbeapett ever aold In Cairo. For black
smith uau inaettingtirea, they are unequalled.
wruei. mi iub lenm iireei wood vard.
a 5? 33
EW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
C. O. FATIER &c CO.
Cor. Nineteenth atrcut 1
Commercial Avenar f
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
jOTICK TO CONTRACTOR'S.
Orricior City Cliiik, CAino. III., June Hh,lHHl.
Pronoaala will bo received at my odlco np to and
Including July nth, for the allien and grading of R.
R. Street hetwoon Bt. Charlu and Fonrtoonth
trenta, The work to bo dlvlilod Into eectlons a
Hoctln'n 1, Botwoon St. Chariot and Second at.
Boctlon i Between Hocoml and Fourth t roots.
Bor.tlnn It. Between Fourth and Sixth atrout,
Hoctlon 4. Itotwoen Nlxth and Blghth atroota,
Section S. Between Klghth and Tenth atruet.
8eotlon II. ButweonTouth and Twelfth atreet.
Hactlnn7. Hatwoen Twelfth and Kourtoonth t.
Bid will he received for a part or the whole of
aald work. For furtuer particular a to law nil
ingapplrto ilio mayor or myaeir. The council ro
erve the right to reject any and all bid. , ,
U.J. mJSY.Clty Clock.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY, MORNING, JUNE 22,
lulling: Humors, Scaly Humors, Blood
Humors speedily, permanently and
economically cured when pliywlclans
and all other methods fail.
l,Bv,r,. .- A r, " "u 'oneiooap, exivrna y
lnT..re(Lt,,n,n!,,"t cure, of ItclJ-
m.wii, .! ' n? Hcrofll'" ilumora ever recorded lu
nii'rn'r.'v'iM ' K1q- 'KBnt for I'fPrnd Brother
Detroit. IVIich . viva n uenl-i.i.... . ......
SVniMf.T ''"nt), which had boon treated by
a.u uuv,uin iutrnuuiLn.
SALT RHEUM. '
win vr it t.i w
eratefully acknowledKo. a euro of Mt WTm
tViulVil' ?ud '".fo'venteenyear
notabletowalkexctDton liunrl .n,i fl
in iiii.iMil in Ml. llkt'Z limirlw.wn
iVicd KaTf ZZ'Z "Iff "I e
urSiXSF1 Pcrmn"t'nllJ""'d bylhetutV
A " RINGWORM.
(rt'ft W. nrnu'n Jtt Un..knii ..a a
n f rnA7Z . .",ruLV if' viae
h,:m.::4hB,r'l,''":whl':l " over
;; "vuuun. uumeaieaoia nnmin
kind of treatment. 'cma
8. A. Kteeln. Kan. hlo.,. n ...
jay that before I ned Cutlcura Remedloe, I waa in
ajearful aute nd had given up all hope of ever
fcK.V'y relltl- ,The' have l'rormf a wonder
mi cure for me, andof myown free will and ac
cord I recommend them'
'rJ1,i;a'V!me,dl,;iaroPrePrf,d y weeks &
10 rTKH, Cheml.t" and DrtiL'KiBtP, 30 W
ton atreet. lio.ton, and are for .ule by all
glsta. I'ricc of t'ntlcnra, a Medicinal Jelly
boiea.SO cent.: lsryo hnen.
cnt, tho new Wood puritter. 1 per bottle. Cutl
Cjira Medicinal Toilet Sonp, 2S cent.. Cuticnra
Medicinal Shaving Soap, 15 cent; In bars for bar
rier, and largo consumer., f cent.. All mailed
free on receipt of price. Bend for illustrated Trea
tise on the bkln.
A GRAND COMBINATION
OF BLOOD MAIN AND
Malt Bitten dorivo their wonderful Llfe-Snetaln-Ing
I'ropertlea ftom MALT, their nnieting and
Sleep rromotlug I nil nonce from HOPS, their grand
Tonic and Fever Expellins Powera from CALI
?AYAr?iid eJr M'odNouriehing Principlea
Irom IKON, which are four of the gToatet Blood
I roducera and Life Creating Element ever united
in one medicine. For Delicate Femaloe, Nursing
Mothers and Sickly children Malt Bitter are .n.
premo. hold everywhere.
One Collins' Voltaic
EiecTRio Plahteim costing
WSW CaIM" tar elecXI1
PI iATCRS ancu t''Iurc tue public. They
VASTU' instantlv relieve DrsneDsin.
Liver compUiut. Malaria, Fever acd Ague, and
Kidney anl Urinary Difficulties, and maybe worn
over tlio pit of the stomach, over the kidneys, or
anyatlectud lrt. Price 25 cents. Sold every
where. WEEKS & POTTEK.Boston. Mass.
OR BITTER WATER,
BOTTLES OR ON DRAUGHT
U Ohio Levee and Eighth
Street and Washington Ave.
University of Virginia
SUMMKR LAW LECTURES fnlno woekly), ho
gin Hth July, 1M8, and end Hth Soptemhor. Have
proved of signal uao, 1st, to students, who design
lo pursue tholr studio at this or other Law School :
Bd. to thoso who propose to read privately) tnl
8rd, to practitioner who have not had the advan
tage of systematic Inetrnctlon. For pari icttlars ap
ply (P. O University of V.) to JOHN D. MINOR,
Prut. Com, aud btat, Law.
; ' Tlio County Sunday School convention
hici at luoi'resbytorian church at 3 o'clock
P. m. ycatcrilay. After prayer by Rev,
utasgovv, tlie pn-sUont, Mr. M. Easterday
appointed a committee on j nominations.
The committee reported the following
nominations fur officers for the ensuini?
vi,rau oi whom were elected, respectively:
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President, Mr. M. Easterdiiv : secretarv.
. H.oirodc-, treasurer, Mr. J. M. Lans
The Carmans sanjr some of thnir
im songs, and Miss Ryder i(ldreBcrl th
children in a very interesting manner, from
the words "Fight tho good fight." Miss
itiucr also addressod tho convention at
mghl upon the subject of 'What not
Tho Carman family are excellent sinirers
anu no one should fail to hear them
mi . . . . . i
mere win be a children's toectlnc this
ai -moon, at lour o'clock, and itiahnnnrl
mr.t-fjio attemlanco will be large. h
, ... t
ino iouowmg is tho proirrarnme for this
day and evening:
WEDNESDAY JUKE 22, A. M.
0 :U0 Opening.
0:45 Culture of sniritnn1it ;n u
day school. T. W. Fitch.
10:15 How to Cllltivnto in mm!). .
love for tho study ot tho scripture. II. II.
10 rfO- Youths
John C. Carman.
11 :15 Workincr with vonnn-
Miss Lucy J. Rider.
WEDNESDAY P. M.
2 :00 Prayer and praise.
2:15 Temperance work in
schools. Rev. W. F. Whitaknr.
2 :46 Discouragements
Geo. S. Fisher.
3:15 Peri Is of the youth of to-day.
u. x i-uueuaKcr.
3 :15 What have I learned in this r.on.
4 :12 Cliildrcn's nieetinir.
Addressee, Rev. J. Hossfeld and Mrs. B.
8:00 Service of sonrr. Tho Parmnn
8 :a0-Tho work. II. 1J. Douglas.
8 :50 Closing exercises.
THE L4TEST NEWS.
The Topeka (Kas.) city council, at its
ast meeting, passed an occupation ordi
nance to cover the sale of liquor and beer,
and taxing saloons, indirectly, the $50 a
At New York in the suit ot William S.
Williams against the Western Union Tele-
on Monday rendered a decision dismissing
tho complaint on its merits.
At Ottawa, Ont., Monday considerable
consternation was caused by a slight shock
of earthquake, many supposing that the
prophecy that tho world was coming to an
end was about to be fulfilled.
Two farmers named Cheris Callahan and
John Lenning, residing near DeKalb, Mo.,
met about a mile from tho village on Mon
day and engaged in an altercation, which
resulted in the killing of Callahan.
The city council of Atlanta, Ga., have
passed a cow ordinance making it a crime
for a citizen to allow his cattle to roam tho
streets. Tho masses arc denouncing tho
council in indignation meetings of a red-hot
The cast bound stage from Laredo was
robbed Saturday night, ninety eight miles
from San Antonia, by ono man who had a
pocket pistol in ono hand and a Winches
ter rifle in the other. Tho mail pouches
were broken open and letters rifled. Two
railroad men in the stage at tho timo wcro
told by the robber they could keep their
pocket chango. j
Theo. French, commissioner of railroads,
has returned to Washington and resumed
charge of his office in tho interior depart
ment. He says ho went to Califoruiu on his
annual tour of inspection and examination
of Pacific railroad matters, and there is
consequently no occasion for a special re
port to tho secretary of the interior concern
ing it in advance of his regular annual
report next November.
A dispatch from Clinton, Ills., dated
June 20th, says: "It is rumored hero to
night that the anti-bond taxpayers of Lo
gan county and Barnett township will bo
hero to help .their brethren of Harp town
ship to-morrow afternoon, at tho sale of de
ficient taxes of Harp land, and excitcmont
runs high. Thcro will bo a company of
militia hero and a guard of citizens to pre
serve tho peace. Threats are freely made
on any ono who dares to bid in tho prop
erty." Has Everything Failed You?
Then try Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver
Cure. i .
Mb. J. Maiibu, bank of Toronto, Ont.,
writes: 'Biliousness and dyspepsia seem
to havo grown np with me; having been a
sutieror ior yoars, i navo tried maty rem-
wJi.ul llllf U'iflt nn 1 .ni!n. ...Ill t
Ulliun, nun UU inBllIIU IVBUU Ullill 4
usod your Burdock Blood Bittor. They
havo been truly a blessing to me, attd I can
not speak too highly of them." Trice fl.00,
trial sizo iu cents.
. Tin VATt Kavn fnintwlrta Initio a14 )ltniiM
rough skin, &c, take "Lindsoy'i Blood
soarcucr." . Bold Dy all druggists.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
NEW YOniC CHAIN.
New YonK, June 21, 13 m.
Wheat-No. 2 Chicago, $1 2101 22;
No. 2 Red Winter, $1 261 27.
OniCAOO, GRAIN AND POUK.
Chicaoo, Juno 21, 10 a. m.
Pork-July, $10 25; August, $10 40.
' Wheat-July, $ I 11; August, $1 11
Corn August, 45,58'c.
Oats-July, 36c; August, 27c: SeD-
Chicago, Juno 21, 13 m.
Pork-July, $10 20; August, $10 35.
Wheat-July, $1 llai IW j Autrust.
f l 15$. '
. . . n - i . .
Corn July, 4flc; August, 45c.
Oats-July, 30;Vc; September, 27r..
Chicago, June 21, 1 p. u.
rork-Juno $10 15, nominal: Julv.
10 22; August, $10 371.
Wheat-June, $1 11, nominal: July.
$1 11; August, $1 12.
Corn-June, 40c; July 45&a45Kc:
Oats-July, 80Uf38c: AumiBt, 23c:
September, 27 i.
FROM OUR ILLINOIS EXCHANGES.
Another whisky war in Champaign.
Decatur A. O. II. picnic in Casseirs prove
Tho Whitehall Uod-IIopiwr is it new
Alton would like the paper mill which
is soon to emigrate from Springfield.
Quincy is figuring on several fish chow
der picnics when the river gets low enough.
A clergyman at Jerspyvillo has been dis
cussing tho ethics of Sunday buggy riding.
The Alton Presbyterian church celehrat-
ed its semi-centennial on Friday, Saturday
Rev. S. E. Hudson, a prominent minister
of the C. P. church, died at his homo in
Lincoln, last week.
Hannibal is figuring on a tannery and
mitten factory, the skins to bo used being
mose ol kuls, dogs and sheep.
P. J. Milburn has resigned as teacher in
the public schools ut Decatur and will not
pedagog tor the ensuing year.
years a resident of Jacksonville, died at ML
Clemens, Mich., June 11th.
Colored citizens of Quincy will mako an
excursion to Keokuk, Juno 30th, to attend
the grand lodgo of colored masons.
A $30,000 land salo at Springfield on Sat
urday 280 acres belonging to the Ewing
heirs of St. Louis fraction over $125 per
The young lady who used to sing so di
vinely, "Oh, had I tho wings of a dove," is
satisfied with a chicken leg now. Sho is
ILL. Russell, a prominent citizen of
Bloomington, and tho inventor of Russell's
patent lock indicator, died on Friday of
J. W. Holland died on Thursday from
the effects of being run over and mangled
by a reaper, near Shawncctown, a day or
Tho golden wedding of Joshua R. and
Sarah Fell was celebrated at Bloomington,
last week. Senator David Davis presented
an elegant clock.
Fred Vogel and Anton Aur were dan
gerously (probably fatally) burnt by thq
explosion of a blast at the lime kilns, somo
miles south ot Quincy, Friday. Both live
Tho dry goods employes of Streator will
probably succeed in getting tho stores
closod at 8 p. m. sharp, except on Saturday
nights, and having a firo bell rung so that
all may know the hour.
"Grim death stands hissing iu my ear,
what shall I do?" remarks a young lady in
Ohio, who writes to know whether or not
sho had bettor marry a certain man. Wo
don't know anything about tho young man,
sis, but move your ear by all means. Chi
cago Tribune. .
During a trial for assault in Arkansas a
club, a rock, a rail, an ax handle, a knife
and a shot gun were exhibited as "tho in
strument with which the deed was done."
It was also shown that the assaulted man
defended himself with a revolver, a scythe,
a pitchfork, a chisel, a hand saw, a flail
and a cross dog. The jury decided that
they'd have given $5 apiece .to havo seen
tho fight. ' " . ...
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is tho
marvel of the ago for all Nerve Diseases,
All fits stopped free. ' Send to 931 Arch
Btreet, Philadelphia, Peon.
u. iioruo, manciiesiur, jn. Y., was
troubled with asthma for eleven veara.
Had been obliged to sit up sometimes tun
or twelve niguts in succession. Found im
mediate relief from Thomas' Eclectnc Oil,
and is now entirely curod. Taul G. Schuh,
JJ 1 XT.
SERIES NO. 307
ITEMS OF INTEREST-
If Franco annexes Tunis, Garibaldi
says ho will get out his red shirt again
and fly it beside Mahomet's wife's pet
ticoat, to the confusion, of the French
people. . 1
Divorce suits are sometime; brought
for singular reasons. A man on Staten
I.iland wants a release from matrimon
ial bonds, because his wifo refusos to
milk their cow. 1
Mr. Froude, it Is reported, regrets
ever having anything to do with the
publication of tbo Carlyle papers, so
annoyed is he at tho tone adopted to
wards him as their editor.
Partial records of the live stock inte
rests of Texas show a yearly yield of
something ovor 400,000 head of cattlo.
Eight dollars per head is about tho
average market price at San : Antonio.
The youugost son of tho late! Secreta
ry Stanton lias married tho daughter of
Mrs. Phillips, the lady who was sent to
Ship Island by Gen. Butler f(r insult
ing Union soldiers in New Orleans.
Prof. Park, of Andover, destcs to re
sign, that he may bo able to edit his
works, and a movement is now making
to raise a sufficient sum of money for
the comfortablo support of his remain
According to tho new orders, the
British regiments will adopt a national
badge as follows: English regiments,
a iv, uo- S..1.4..K .. .......
Irish regiments, a shamrock, and
Welsh regiments, a dragon.
San Francisco has a soldiers' organi
zation for social purposes, composed ot
the ex-soldiers of the war, without re
gard to tho flag under which tluy
fought It is called the "Blue and Gray
Legion," and Gen. W. S. Rosecrans i9
Secretary Windom has a trade. He
is a tailor, and partly supported him
self while at the Mnrlinsburg, 0 Acad
emy by making coats for the village
tailors. Ho is also a Son of temper
ance, and was Grand Worthy Patriarch
of tho Order in 1H51.
The Rev. Dr. T. A. Hoyt, of Nash
ville, who preachod the oncninn- scr.
rnon at the Presbyterian General As
sembly (Southern), was at ono timo
President of tho Gold Board of New
York. City, and presided thcro on tho
famous "Black Friday."
An lnsano young man, tamed
George Reid, has been arrested near
Toronto as dangerous. His mania ap
pears to be to ask all and sundry wo
men to marry him. Ho oilers a trip
to England as one ot tho advantages ot
an alliance with him. !
Snrauel F. Miller, Justice of the Unl
ted States Supremo Court, at one time
practiced medicine in Knox county,
Ky. Ho bocame disgusted with the
profession, studied law, and was ad
mitted to the bar in 1814. Someyears
auivi UK auif tm - ' a is a m"! avuwii
Eng., to test tho system of compressed
air clocks which have been introduced
in Paris, and of which fong descriptions
with pictorial illustrations havo ap
peared in scientific and mechanical
journals. Ten stations are proposed
for tho British metropolis.
Since tho Empress Etigenlo's timo
there have been no recognized leaders
of fashion in Paris, and comely and
convenient styles of dress rcninin long
er in vogue than formorly. It would
be ablcssinc to tho women if they could
be permitted to wear a well-mado dress
two or three seasons, without the ne
cessity of ripping it to pieces and thor
oughly reconstructing its architecture.
Pastor Brokman, of a Montreal Bap
list Church, made a public declaration
that "tho doctrine of eternal punish
ment is a libol on God," and lost no
time in resigning.
Evangelist Moody will pass the sum
mer at his Northliold, Mass., home, and
will be joined in August by the distin
guished Scotch clergyman, Bonner,
who will assist in the conference for
Bible study to bo held thcro.
Use of Lemons-
For all people, in sickness or In
health, lemonade is a safe drink. It
corrects billiousness. It is a sliocitio
agaiust worms aud skin complaints.
The pippins, crushed,niay also bo mixed
with water and sugar, and used as a
drink. Lemon juice is tho best antj-scor-butic
remedy known. It not only cures
thediseaso but prevents it. Sailors mako
a daily use of it for this purpose, A
physician suggests rubbing of the gums
daily with lomon juice to keep thorn In
health. The hands and nails lire! also
kept clean, white, soft and supple by
diuly ubo of lemon instead of soap. It
also prevents chilblains, Lemon is
usod in intermittent fevers mixed I with
strong, hot black ton or coffee without
sugar. Neuralgia may bo cured by
rubbing tho part uflcctod with a lomon.
It is valuable, also, to cure warts, and
to destroy dandruff on tho head
rubbing tlio roots of the hair with
Hotel Lifo in Mexico-
, A correspondent writes as1 follows
concerning a hotel in the City of Mex
Tho force of the hotel consists; ot a
sad looking clerk who writes tho names
of the guests in chalk, on a blackboard,
a moluncholy custodian ot the keys,
two barefooted Comanche boys foil gon
eral utility, 'and two waiters on each
floor. It It owned by the Iturbide.i,
who are the richest family in Mexico.
They paid $130,000 for the property,
and make $10,000 or $50,000 W
from iL They own tho whole b oek,
the Hotel Bazar, the Hotel Sn Carlos,
t i. i. LI....L. nl tlia linaa fitnrUiltlf
in Mexico. There are two of them,
and their property is cstlmntod at $20,
000,000 apiece. Some day there wll be
an American hotel tho to, and an AuierU
can clerk with a hoadligbt pin, an Am
erican dining-room, Ice-water, an ele
vator, wailersr a city directory, cock
tails at the bar, and all tho luxuries of
modern life. There's millions id it,
and it would pay, too.