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THE DAILY CAIHO BULLETIN.
koprietor op sproat'8 patent
kVholopalo Dealer in Ice.
!K BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialtv.
tor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
11 ILL AND COMMIHHION.
CAl HO, ILLINOIS.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND IIAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
(, Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Circuit Judsio D. ..nlT.
firrutt l'Krk-A. II. Irvln.
( oaii'.y Jiirie K. 8 Yocum.
CoumV I !-r-S. J. Ilnmin.
County Attorney J. M. iHmron.
County Trt-a-ur'r Mtlee W. I'arker.
County Comml-etoner T. W. Uillld7, J.
l))tj and r-emuel Unity.
JpAII'.OBAI'THT. -Temperance hall on Tenth
IVV (trout; prebcblug ur-i and third Sunday In
naTtiurti., 7:10 p. m ; Sunday orbooli :30 a.m.
lUv. A. .1. HESS, Fa tor.
VIiriiCH OP TEE HEDEBMKR-(K.!copn
rJ roonivntn tr-et; ounaay 7:fB. m.. Holy
'.urha-ll: a. in , Sunday ecbnol ; 10:45 i.m.,
Nomlnif prayers; p. m.. evening prayer. K.
. Davenport. S T. K- Hector.
I,!RST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHCKCH.
I l'r a-liliiir at 10:Sna. n.., Jl p. m., and T:J p. m.
r'.abimth icLuol at ": p. m Rev. T. J. Shore,
Il'TIlKKAN-Thlrteenth street; servhe Hab
j hath I:' m.; Sunday school 2 p. m. Key.
MKTHUMST-Cor. Klrhth and Walnut streets;
Fr-'-hln? Sabbath a. m. and 7 p.m.;
(.rnv'-r Dn-i'titiff, Wednesday 7::l p. m.j Sunday
School. V a. ru. he. Whittaksr. pastor.
1)ICKSHYTKKIAN-Eli:bth street: preaching on
Siilibnih at U:i a. m. and 7 :3l p. m.; prayer
iu.;ri!:..' V.-i!iusdnv at T:ip. m.; Sunday ."school
at 1 1. m. Iv I', l . ocore, pastor.
ST. JOSEPH'S ilioman Catholic) Corner Cross
ar.d Walnut streets; sfrvlces Sabbath 10:Sua.
n. ; SuMlur School at i p. m.; Vi-rr ;t p. m. ; ser
rices every day at 8 a. m. ltcv. O'llara, 1'ricft.
ST. IATHI K S -4Komn Catholic) Corner Ninth
'reel and Wahlnirtm avenue; ervlce Sab
Path S and H) a. m. ; Vesper S p. m.; Hnnday School
i p. m. services every day at a. m. Iter. M;terson
YoNor-N. n. Thistlewood.
Tn-iw urvr T J. Kcrth.
CU-rk -Ili-nul. J, Koley.
Counselor Win. U. Otlbcrt.
MarMial-L. II. Meyers,
Attorney William Hendrick.
0 BOAHD OF AUIIKMBH.
Kiret Ward Peter Sauti, T. M. Klmhronjh.
St-miid Ward Jesse llmkle, C. N. Hughes.
Third Ward-It. K, Hlake, John Wood.
Fourth Ward-Cuarle 0. Fatter, Adolph Swo-
bKifth WardT. W. nalllday, Ernent B. PIt.
R.R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTKALU. It.
THAN AllllIVB. THAINB PBTAKT.
tMall 1:10a.m I 'Mali !):.' p.m
ICii.reKd !t:.Va.iii tBxprc.M H:V p,m
Accoiu'datioD. 4:l) p.m tAccomdatluu..ll.lOa.m
MISS CENTRA I. K. U.
fMall R::i p.m I tMall S:3."a.m
tiExpre.-f U::Wam tKxpri'M ICJOa.m
C. A ST. L. R. K. (Narrow OatiRtt )
ExprM 4:1 p.m
Suudaycxcur'n 8:05 p.m
RxpreM (t:40 a. m
Accomodation. 1 p.m
Aunoay exenr n t:o a.ui
ST I. . I.M. AS. It. R.
ExpreM 2:Wa.m I tExprom 12:tp.m
tAccom'datlon. 4:30 p.m I tAccom'datlou.lla.m
CAIRO t YINCENNE8 R. R.
Mail & Ex.... 5:00 a.m I Mall 4 Ex.... 0:30 p.m
Dally except Sunday, t Daily.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX THK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIElt & CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth street Pilirfi Til
OommurclitlATeuuef VUllUt Ail.
Q.D0RGK II. LEACH, M. D.
Plivnician and Surgeon,
Hpeclal RtU ntlon paid to the Homeopathic treat
mtiul of nurulcal UUeanen, and dlauaaa of women
Olllce: NolO Eighth atreet, near Commercial
avenue, Cairo, 1)1.
II. MAREAN, M.D.
Hoineoiiatliic Physician ami .Surgeon.
Office on t'onitmwlal avnniiit near t ho corner of
Kluhth atreet, ovjr 'Jalmr llrother'a Jewelry utora.
JUBldonc.o cornir Fourteenth atroet and Waiih
The Cvlehrated Eler.tro-Viiuor and Medloalud
Hat lis whleh are an uiifallltiK cure for Ilhirumati.m
NouralKtn, Kever-Ajrne and many other atlinente,
adniliiUti rud dally during ollicc hours.
Office honra, from 8 to li a. m., from 1 to 8 and
from 7 to 8 r. x.
Q Vvr. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
coDitantly on band
At Seventy-five rents per load.
At one dollar per load.
The "trimming" are coarse havlni? and make
thHtiflt fcnnimA. far rtmtl n a nti ptiiismm mm tvutl
v the cheapent ever aold In Cairo. For black
puma mKnune lire., tney are aneqnajiea
Leave ynor order at the Tenth itreat wood yard
rpHE CITY NATNOAL BANK
W. P. HALLWAY, President.
H. L. HALLWAY, Vlce-Prefldent.
TUOS. W. UALLIDAY, Canhler.
1. atAAT. TATUlR, W. f. RAUJDAT,
BIKKT L. UAIXIU4T, B. H. CltMNIHeHAIi,
. u. WlU.lkWHlH, TIPHIN BIRD,
H B. CAKDBB.
EichHUire. Coin and United States Bonds
IIOVOIIT AND SOLD.
Depnitf roreived and a general banklug tui-lnes
IRUX MOUNTAIN ROUTE.
TKAINK I.BAVB CAIRO,
Arkatiaf and T'.x:ii Exprtan 12:05 p.m. Dally
AKIItVB AT I'Allto,
Eiprefn 2:W a m. Daily
Aciotniniiiiation 'j:;n p.m. Daily
Ticket ofilce: No. WOhlo Levee.
11. U. M1LBURN. Aent.
LLIN01S CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Only Line Running
0 DAILY TRAINS
Making Diukct Connkctton
Thainb Lbavb Caiiio:
.1:10 u m. Mail,
Arriving In 8t. Loul 0:45 a.m. s Chlcftuo,8:Hil p.m.
ConnectltiK at Odin and Efllntrham for Clncln
natl, Loulavllle, ludlamipolii and point! Kaot.
11 :! n.m. Bt. I.oniH Hnl AVoatom
Arrivlnuln 8t, Lonla ?:oj p. ra., and connecting
for all point Went.
p.m. Ji'umt I;xpi'HM.
lorSt. Lor; and l'hlcno, arrivtna at St. Louis
10:40 p.m., and Chlcauo 7:i a m
i.u p.m. (.-liu'lJintitl Kxprnaa.
Arriving nt Cincinnati 7Mi a.m.; I.ouio villa 7
Ml 1 till ! Hn.i.llu J ' I . I n ... tl..
ra...... .M....,.-..ri.r- ..in, I anpi'Murii OV
thin train roach the above poluta la to 3t)
liuuuo iu ttuvuuce 01 any oiuur route.
liT"The4:Un p. m. expreoa ha PULLMAN
SLKEPINO CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
cbatiRea, and through eleeper to bt, ),onli and
Fast Timo East.
by thl line cothrotieh tn Kant
A asnillvin em point without any dnlay
cauaed by Sunday Intervening. The Saturday after
noon tram from Cairn arrive In new York Monday
morning at 10:. Thirty-six iumrtlu advanced
any ot nor mute,
tar-Kor through ticket and further Information
tuuir t minoi l eniroi nanroan uvjmi, i.atrn.
J AN. JOHNSON. i. It. JONES.
- Oen. Hottthern Agent. Ticket Agent.
A. II. HANSON, Oen. IV, Agent. Chlcauo
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. TUESDAY
Hatural Fruit flam
EM HAUt B-j
I'rejtnretl from flu; choicest
Fruits, without coloring, jtoiaon
ous oils, acids, or artificial
ItH&ences. Aiwa git uniform in
ntrnigth, without ang ailiitleraZ
tionn ar impuritr?. Jlat t ' gained
their rejmtntion from their per
fect jntritg, superior strength,
and gualitg. Admitted by all
who have used them as the moat
delicate, grateful and natural
flavor for takes, puddings,
Ma n ufact u red hg
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, III., and St. Louis, Mo.,
Maker of Lnpnlin Yeaat Gems,
Or. Price's Cream Baking Powder,
and Dr, Price' Unlqno Perfaxn.es.
lf'e make no second grade goods.
(1AIROCITY FERRY CO.
On and after Monday, June Tth, and unit) lurther
notice the ferryboat w ill make trip a follows:
Kentucky Ld g.
9 a. m.
11 a. m.
3 p. m.
3 p. m
Poet Fourth t. Miciourl Land g.
8:00 a. m.
10:00 a. m.
2:Oo p. m.
8::) a. ra.
10:30 a. m.
2: p. m.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLE
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OP JOB WORK DONE TO OUUEK.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo, - Illinois
TO YOUNG MEN AND OTHERS.
W'e end on trial for thirty days our Electro-Voltaic
IleltH, Ilaml and Htmpenaorlt', to young meu
and others aufferlug from wenknemec nervous du
blllty, lost vitality, loct manhood, and many other
dieane. We guarantee -needy cures mid com
plete restoration of inanhnod. Address without
delay, VOI.TAI0 JiBLT CO. Marshall Mich.,
CAIRO AND NEW II A I) I! ID PACKET-
TO NEW MADRID.
W. .J. TURNER, Mauler.
J. K. MUSE, Clerk.
Leavo Cairo for New Madrid and way point
every Tuesday, Thursday and Haturday at 2 p, m.
Returning leave New Madrid Wednesday, Kridny,
and Monday at 7a. 111.
For frulghl or passage apply t
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
NKW VOItK GRAIN.
New York, SuptemUr 5, 12 m.
Wheatirretfultir- No. 2 Chicago
n 3233. No. 2 Rod Winter, ft 4'4UH
OIIICA0O, GRAIN AND rOUK.
Ciiicaoo, Scptemhur 5, 10 a. m.
I'ork Oct? f18G0.
Wheat -Oct, $l aoij; Nnvemlitr
Com-Oct, 03Jj(c- Nov, 4sc.
Nov Nov. M.
Ciiicaoo, .Septernljcr 5, 12 m.
I'ork Oct 18 72'i;
Wheat - Oct, t 1lJi November
Corn Oct, C2'8';N.v. 0 i .
Oata Nov, 88;.
Ciiicaoo, Scptemhcr 1 v. m.
I'ork - Oct, 18 CO. July, 19 00
Wheat - Oct, ! 2ijtfM; Nnv.
Corn -Oct, UyJLjc; November, WJ.
Oats Nov. !J75u';Oct. 'Mr.
AN IMMESSK IXSTITITIOX-
The Projeetctl Works of tlie Sinffcr
MHimfacturiiur Company at Cairo.
An Interview With Mr. Leiliton Tine
, on the Siiltjcct-
now soiTH i:i;sovi.i, i:k ekpkctkh ly
Tho Hrmtli licndt'Ind.) Evenius Reutrter.
A Register r-jiortcr interviewed Mr.
Leiglitnn Tine, manager of tlie Singer
works in this city, who lias just returned
from Cairo, 111., and from him learned the
following facts regarding the new enterprise
of his company now in progress at Cairo:
The enormous 111crea.se in the Singer
company's business having created a de
mand for cabinet work fur beyond the ca
pacity of the South ttend works to supply.
the extension of the works here or erection
of new works at some point nearer the tint
ber supply, became a neccsHity. The latter
course has been decided on, and Cairo se
lectcd as the site for the new factory. Af
ter a careful examination of a number of
other points in the southwest, Cairo was
found to possess marked advantages over
every other point visitel, and wa selected
by the Singer company as the location of
their new cabinet works.
Among the advantages of this point are:
1st. Lumber can be rafted to the door of
the factory via the Tennessee, Cumberland,
Ohio, Mississippi and Missouri rivers and
their tributaries, at a saving of about ten
dollars per thousand feet over present cost
of freight to South Betid.
2nd. Some of the most important cen
tres of the Singer company's trade, such as
St. Louis, Kansas City, New Orleans, Cin
cinnati, Pittsburg and oth"r points, can re
ceive finished work by river from Cairo.
Die Elizabethport fa ctory, which takes one-
quarter of the product of the South Bend
works can bo supplied by river to Pitts
burg, thence by rail into the company's
yards at Elizabcthpnrt. Boston, Philadel
phia ami other eastern depots can be sup
plied by the same route, or by steamer via
3d. Eight railroads enter at Cainylivcrg
ing east, south ami west, securing addition
al facilities for obtaining lumber ami other
supplies, at low rates, Besides giving the
city unusual advantages as 11 distributing
point. II desired, finished work can be
shipped east, all rail, at much lower r ites
than from South Bend, owing lo the com
petition in ri'.il freights. The immense
ijuatility of hardware and trimmings re
quired by the Singer company can be laid
down iu Cairo from the East cheaper than
in South Bend. Last but not least, the
enormous quantity of cabinet work de
manded by the European trade can be ship
ped by water via Now Orleans, uud laid
down at the company's Glasgow factory
at which all machinea for the European
trade aro made us cheap as they can now
bo sent from South Bend to the American
Immense tracts of hardwood timber mir
rouud. the city in all directions and the
Singer company has already secured control
of the timber on a tract of eighteen square
miles, all of which can be delivorod by
wagon at tlio works tho longest haul not
exceeding six miles.
Tho Singer factory have secured a factory
site of twenty-four acres, including a valu
able river front and is one of five corpora
tions owning all tho river front surrounding
Cairo on both rivers and has now iu
course of erection, to bo fin
ished by September 1 1th ono
brick building 80x05, 3 stories; another
100x70, another 50x18. These aro to uu
used only for cutting their lumber and glue
it into lorm, tho motivo power being a
doublo-clyndor engine ond four Babcock &
Wilcox sectional boilers of 7.r horse-power
The cabinet works proper will consist ot
five buildings, each 00 x 500 feet, 3 stories
high, with ample space betweeu for Qro pro-
tcction, and connected at each story by
self-supporting bridges; all elevators and
itair cases will be on the outside of the
buindings, which will he divided bj fire
walls every hundred feet. The motive
power of this immense beo-hivo of industry
will be supplied by 8 Rthcock & Wilcox
boilers of 180 horso power capacity each,
and an 800 hor?e power engine. There will
be 12 dry kilns each holding fSO.OOO feet of
lumber. Employment will ho given to
1,000 luinds. The details or the plans
shown us warrant the assertion that this
will lie the model cabinet factory of the
To protect the magnificent works and as
a mark of their uppeciathm of the
advantages which their city will
derive from their coming, the people of
Cairo have decided tn commence, forthwith
th erection of the model water-works of
the country. During Mr. Tine's visit hu
was appointed a member of a committee to
design these works. The city council ot
Cairo showed ran; givM I judgment in the
selection os air, ('me !r this work, l o Ins
efforts as acifi.'-n and his.kill as a hydrnul-
ic engineer, this city is indebtrd fur a sys
tern of water-works, which the lest of time
has shown to have no superior in the coun
try, and we predict that wilh his increased
experience, and the deep interest which as
manager of the Singer company's interest
he must t'ike in the Cairo water-works, the,
people of that city will have a water sys
teni of which any city can be proud.
The series of lectures on hydraulics wilh
which Mr. Pine favored our citizens, ex
tending over a period of several months pri
or to the erection of our works, ichiilted in
making our people generally familiar with
that branch of the subject relating to water
works, hence they will readily understand
how compu te ami efficient the Cuiro sys
tem will lie fnmi the follmvins description.
The ( "it 1 Haiidpipe, (ours is familiarly
known a Pine's monument', will he 20
feet in diameter and 200 feet hi;;h, and
made pr'ihably of ste.'l. This pipe will be
pumped into during the day time only, and
will hold enough water when full to throw
6 1 -inch tire streams for four hours without
pumping a stroke, the main ypes will be
20, 12 and 10 inches only, and 2-way Ore
hydrants only will be used with 0 inch con
nections from the mains. Two separate
I suIb of steam pumps of the Worthiugtnn,
I Blake, or some other standard pattern, bav-
tng a combined capacity of four million
gallons daily will be used.
While congratulating the people of Cain
on their good fortune in securing the loca
tion of this mammoth industry, we express
ed the fear that their gain would be South
Bend's loss, as the extent and character of
the Cairo enterprise would indicate that
the company's works in this city would in
the course of time be entirely abandoned.
To this Mr. Pine replied that w hile lit! had
no authority to speak on this point, yet
personally he would say that, knowing
what he did of the resources of tho com
pany, and that il 1. v .liowed any of its
property to stand idle, he felt issured the
interests of this city would not sutler by
the change. Even if thecahinet work should
eventually be all made in Cairo, something
would be done with the works here to keep
U it Possible
That a remedy made of such common,
simple plants as Hops, Buchu, Mandrake,
D.indelson, etc., make so many and such
marvelous and wonderful cures as Hop
Bitters do? It must be, for when old and
young, rich and poor, pastor and doctor,
lawyer and editor, all testify to having bevn
cured by them, we mtiht believe mid doubt
no longer. See other column.- Post.
"How itie You My Old Friend ?"
Asked a blight looking man. "Oh! I feel
miserable, I'm bilious and can't eat, and
my back is so lame I can't work." "Why
in the world don't you take Kidney-Woit?
that's what I lake when I'm out of sorts,
and it always keeps me iu perfect tune. Mv
doctor recommends it for all such troubles."
Kidney-Wort is the sure cure for bilious
ness and constipation. Don't t'lil to try it.
I"ng Branch News.
A Cough, Cold or Sore Throat
should hu slopped. .Neglect frcUcntly re
sults in an Incurable Lung disease or Con
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syrups
and balsams, but act directly on the inflam
ed pnits, allaying irritation, give relief 111
Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Cutarrh, and
the Throt Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers nre subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
give perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
nn entiro generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among the lew staple
remedies of tho age. Sold at 25 cents a
A Sigiiiilcaiit Fiu-t.
The cheapest medicine in use is Thomas'
Eclectric Oil, because so very little of it is
required tot-fleet a cure. For croup, diph
theria, and di senses of the lungs ami throat,
whether used for bathing the chest or
throat, for taking internally or inhaling, it
is a matchless compound. Paul (). Schuh,
Lydia E. PiNKtiAvt's Vegetable Com
pound has done thousands of women more
good than tho medicines of many doctors.
It is a positive cure for all temalu corn-
plaints. Send to Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkhatn.
Mrs. Wallace, Buffalo, N. writes.: "I
have used Burdock Blood Bitters for nerv
ous and bilious headaches, and have recom
mended them to my friends; I believe
them superior to any other medicine I have
used, and can recommend them to one re
quiring a cure for biliousness." Price f 1.00,
trial size 10 cents. Panl O. Schub, Agent.
Industrial Art in India.
In every Indian village, lays the Art
A 111 ale tir, all the traditional handicrafts
:tro still to he found at work. Outside
the entrance, on an exposed rise of
ground, the hereditary potter sits by
his wheel moulding h swift-revolving
eiay ny net natural curves oruisnanas.
At the back of the houses which form
tlio low, irregular street there are two
or three looms at work in blue and
searh t and gold, the frames hanging
between Mm acacia, trees, the yellow
flowers of which drop fast on the webs
iu ihe.y are being woven. In the street,
the bra. 9 and coppersmiths are ham
ntering away at their pots and pans 5
and farther down, in the veranda of
the rich man's house, is the jeweller,
wot king rupees and gold naoboa Into
fair jewelry gold and silver earrings
and round tires like the moon, brace
lets and tables and 'uoso rings, and
(inkling ornaments for the feet, taking
his designs from the fruits and flowers
around him, or from the traditional
forms represented in the paintings and
carvings of the great temple which
rises over the grove of mangoes and
lialius at the end of tho streetbove the
lotus-covered village tent
At half-nast threo or four in th af.
lernoon the whole street is lighted up
by the .moving robes of the women
going down to draw water from the
tank, each with two or three water
jars on her bead; and, so going and
returning iu single file, the scene glows
like Titian's canvas, and moves like
tho stately procession of the Panathe
naic friezo. Later, the men drive in
the milk-gray kino from the moaning
jungle, the looms are folded up, the
coppersmiths ere silent, the elders gath
er iu tho gate, the lights begin to glim
mer in tno fast falling darkness, the
feasting and tho mtisio begin, and the
soiiirs are sung lute into the night from
the Uaiiiavauu or M.ihahharala.
Probably at no time in the history of
the world have sanitary and hygienic
laws been so csuvfiillv studied as thoy
aru at the present. Physiologists, have
made experiments upon the lower
animals in order to elucidate the causes
of certain diseases, hoping in this way
to discover a means to prevent their
appearance, and lately most surprising
lesulLs have beeu attainnd tlirougn
their efforts, and there is a fair promise
that sanitary scienco will enable us to
entirely eradicate the more virulent of
epidemic diseases. Lately tha efficien
cy of vaccination as a prevsntive ol
sinall-pox has boon questioned by some
medical practitioners, and this fact has
given rise to considerable discussion
among physicians. The fact seoras to
ho that humanized vaccine gradually
loses its ellicieucy through successive
transmissions, and greater reliance
should be placed on the puro bovine
lymph than upon that from a human
subject. It must also be observed that
tho immunity which vaccination sooures
does not continue so long as it formerly
did. In Jeuner's time it was thought,
and apparently with good reason, that
u single vaccination was sufllcient for
a lifoiimo, but for some reason it is now
necessary to repeat the oporation at
short intervals to preserve immunity.
Whether this is entirely owing to the
deterioration of the lymph or partly due
to an increase in the virulence of the
diso:iso itself is not known. Probably
few tiro aware of how greatly the mor
tality from this disease has increased
of lato years among vaccinated persons.
From 1819 to 18.W the peroontage of
mortality was 1.7.; from 1836 to 1852
it was G.'O; from 1852 lo 1867 it had in
creased to 7.6, and now it is over 9 per
cent. Xt'-w I'ork Times.
It is reported that wild birds of near
ly 150 species visit tho New York Cen
tral Park annually. Some species have
disappeared since tho advent of the
A monument t'o the memory of the
Union dead of Michigan has just been
completed in Detroit ny the addition of
four statues representing History
Emancipation, Victory and Union.
A niau who stopped at the Barnet
House a few davs ago registered as
Bjalmer Tjdadeu lljolgersen. Have we
another sweet singer of Norway among
us? Hjouveu fjorhjid. Burlington
Amateur artist, painting a bunch of
applo-blossoms. to small boy looking
on: "Well, Tomniv, do you know
what they arc?" Small hoy, with ab
solute certainty in his tones: 'Yes,
"Halloa!" With this exclamation the
hunter came to an abrupt halt. (The
concluding chapter of the thrilling and
absorbingly Interesting story of "The
Scout and tho Indian'' will bo found la
Some of the largest mirrors over
manufactured wore recently made for
the Grand Opera House at Paris. They
measured forty-five by fifty-two feet,
their weight being from 1,200 to 1,600
Preachers and editors may get half
fare rates and coiuplltuontarles on rail
roads and to shows on earth, but in the
approaching hereafter there is no evi
dence, that thoy will enjoy any greater
privileges than common people
Dr. X , who has been In the habit of
'visiting Mine. A. three timen a week as
medloal adviser, was rather taken
aback tho other day by the servant who
aimworod the boll, saylug: "Miuo. A.
will bo tinahlo to see you to-day, doc
tor, boemisflhShe Is slok.
"Ponr Oil Over."
L. P. Follutt, Marion, O., states that ho
has used Eclectric Oil for burns, and baa
found nothing to equal It in soothing the
J pain and ttiviutf relief. 1 sul G. fckhuh, Agt.