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PROPRIETOR OP 8PROATU PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELl
PACKED FOR' SHIPPING.
Oar Lioada a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leree,
. 21 ILL A.ND COHMIK8I0W.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAT
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Treeaurwr T ). Keith.
OouiMlar-Wm. B. Gilbert.
KmUjU-L. H. Meyer,
oabd or ALBwxia.
Second Ward-Jio lliokle, C. N. Hnghet.
Third Ward-B. F. Hlak, John Wood.
Fourth Ward Charles 0. PUr, Adolpb 8o
ode. fifth Werd-T. W. Hallldav, Erntft B. Pettlt.
R.R. TIHE CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R.
- teajuaxiuvx tbaixi depart.
Mall 4:10 t.m I Mill -S:S5 p.m
,' "'KxpreM......S:Sft.m J tBxurei Sam p,m
. Aeoxa'dtUon. 4:00 p.m tAocmltto .)l:saa-
, 1 MI99 CENTRALS. K.
tMatl 5:.Wp.mtMll...... .. 8:S5.m
' iKxpre.... 11:30ft m tKxpreit :a0 10
C. A ST. L. B. R. (Narrow Gauge )
Expreo . 4:30 p.m ErprM 9:40 a. m
Aecom'datotoli:) p.m Accom'dtlon. 1:30 p.m
Sahdaysxeur'n 8:05 p.m Sunday excur'n 8:40 am
ST.L., I.M. AS. K.R.
vExpree t:M.mtKrprei... .H:"5p m
fAceom'dfttlon. x:8Qp.m tAecom'dUou.ll:4o.m
CAIRO VINCBSNBS R. R.
Mftll & Ki .... 6:00 ft.m Mftll Ex.... 8:39 p m
Dftlly except Sunday . t Dftlly .
CAIRO BAPTIST. -Corner Tftnth nd Poplir
street; prechlng flrtt nd third Sundays In
each month. 11 ft. m. id 7:) p.m.; prayer meet
" lot Thursday, 7:10 p. m. : Sunday ehool, 9:30 a. ra
Ret. A. J.HESS, Pftitor.
CHCRCH Of THK RXOKIMKR-(XpUeopftl)
Fourteenth street; Sunday 7:00 a. m., Holy
! Sitchaslat; 6:J ft. m., flaudey achool ; 10:45 a m.,
i Morning prayers; 8np. u..vnlag prayer. F.
P. Davenport, S. T, R. Kactw.
FIRST XlSSIONAJlY BAPTIST CHCRCH.
Pritftctlngatlf:80. n.., 8 p. m.. nd 7:80 p. m.
Sabbath school ( 7:30 p. m Rer. T. J. Shorei,
JTJTHERAN Thirteenth etreet; aerrlcei Sab
j bath 1 :S0 . m. 5 Sunday school 3 p.m. Bev.
I Eaappe, paitor.
MKTHODIST-Cor. Eighth and Walnut treeU;
Preaching Sabbath 10:30 a. m. and 7 p.m.;
prayer meeting, Wednesday 7:30 p. m.; Sunday
Bcbool. 9 a. m. Rer. jValttftker, paator.
PRESBYTERIAN Eighth ttraet; preaching on
Sabbath at 11 110 t. m. and 7:80 p. m.; prayer
meeting Wednesday it 7:80 p.m.; Sunday School
all p.m. Rev. B. Y. George, paator.
ST. JOSKPH S-ntomin Catholic) Corner Crosi
and Walnut street; aerrlne Sabbath 10:80 a.
' p. Sunday School at 9 p. m. ; Vaapen 1p.m.; ier
, .jiees evory day at 8 ft. m. Rev. O'Hara, Prleat.
OT. PATRICK'S (Roman Catholic Cnrnar Ninth
D atraet and Wftihlngton ftvenue; senrlcea Sab-
(bath 8 ana 10 a. m. ; veapora 1 p. m. ; Hunday School
I p.m. aorvlccieToryday atla.m. Rer. Hastorsou
CiKult Judic D. J.Bakcr.
Circuit Clerk A. H. Irvin.
County Judge R. S Yocum.
Coanty Clork S.J. Hiimm.
County Attorney-J. M.Damron.
County Treannrer-Mtlei W. Pirker.
. Sheriff John Hodce.
Coroner-R. Ftuperald. ... , ,
County Commli-afonert-T. W. Hftlllday, J. A.
Olbbi md fimuol Brlley.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The largest Variety Stock
IK THH CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIER tte OO.,
Oor. Nineteenth Itraot I Piiirn Til
Commercial Avenue; KallVf Ml
QJ50ROE II. LEACII, M. D.
Phvftician and Surgeon,
Special attuutlon paid to the Homeopathic treftt
nrnnt of aurxlcaj dUeaioa, and ditMiea of women
Offlce; Nolo Bljhth itreet, Dear Commercial
tenue, Cftlro, 111.
II. MAREAN, M. D.
Hoiueopatliic, Physician and Surgeon.
Office on Commercial trenue near the corner of
Eighth itreet, over Tabcr Brother'i Jswslry itoro.
Ritaldence corner Fourteenth ilreet od Waib
Th CclebriUd Ilectro-Vipor lod Uedloatad
BatUi which aro an niifftUIng cure for Itbaamatluro
Nanre gift, Fever-ARne and many othoi tlnntl,
admlnlttered dally durlbg oBce hour.
from7to j f. .
T)R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
a .... f. :t
. , Deutni Surgeon.
Omni yttt. A Rmaartil ktfau.
Ilghth and Ninth Stmt
J)R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICB Blghtl Street, new Co ercUl Avenia
C. W. WIIEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindlinp:
conitanUy on hand
At Seventy-five cento per load.
At one dollar per load.
The "trimming" are cor ihavtngi and make
the beat aummer wood for cooking purpoaa well
the cheapest ever old In Cairo. For black
smith's use InMttlng tlms. they are ansquaJled
Leave ruor order at the Tenth street wood yard
rpHE CITY NATNOAL BANK
W. P. HALLIDAY, PreiMent.
H. L. HALLIDAY, Vlce-Pretldent.
THOS. W. HALLIDAY, Caehler.
TllTITAIXOa, W, v. HALLTOAT,
sixaT v. BALuoar, 1. i.onmmi,
a. u. nvvuumn, mrraix aiao,
8. B. OAVDII.
Exchange, Coin aud United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Depoalu received and ft general banking bmlneti
STOVES AND TINWARB.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLE
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & 8HEKT.IU0N WARE
ALL KINDS Or JOB .WORK DONB TO 0BDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo, . . Illinois
THE IOE KING.
Roadynow, to furnlihind deliver 1CI In tnr
quintlty both wholwale nd retail, ind at '
ROCK BOTTOM PjaiCSS,
v.', IwmpUUv lollclt , th PtMroamjptAlJ my old
frlenA aodai many hew ofiei, in gtiHnfl(hm
lltllfictlon. JACOB ELBE,
CAIBO. ILLINOIS. TUESDAY
Mural Fruit Plaws.
.Prepared from the eh nicest
Fruit, without coloring, poison-
om 0II9, arid, or artificial
Essences. Alway uniform in
strength, without uuy udultera
Uon or impurities. Have gained
their reputation from their per
fect purity, superior strength
attd quality. Admitted by all
who have used them as the moat
delicate, grateful and natural
flavor for cakes, puddings,
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, III., and St. Louis, Mo.,
MaJw of Lnjralln Yeast Gems,
Dr. Price's Cream Basing Powder,
and Dr. Price's Unique Perfumes.
We make no second grade goods.
- n- . r. SWi-.r.F
IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE.
TRAIN! I.IAVI CAIBO,
ArkaiiPit andTXita Expre U:0S p.m. Dally
Eipre... i:Va m. D,ily
Accommodation 2:ip m. Da'lr
Ticket olllce : No. M Ohio Uvee. '
H. U. MILBURN. Agent.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. R.
Shortest aud Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line Running
O DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Connection
Taiki Liavi Cairo:
3:15 am. Mnil,
Arriving In St. Louiat:4S a.m.: Cblcftgo.8:80 p.m.;
Connecting at Odin and Kfflngbam for Clncln
Bltl. LoolavUle. Iudlanapolii and polnti Beat.
11:10 a.m. Bt. Louia nnd Wefftern
Arriving In St. Louli7:0!i p. m., ami connecting
for all polnti Wen.
4:ttO p.m. Ftiat Kxpreaa.
)or8t. Louis and Chicago, arriving at St. Louli
10:40 p.m., and Chicago 1 :) a.m.
4:UO p.m. Cincinnati Kxproftn.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Louiirtlle 7:n
a.m.: Iudianapoli 4:iK a.m. l'aengers by
thl train reach the above poltita 1 a to 3r)
RUUIIS in advance of any other route.
?rThe4:20 p. m. exprfl hai PULLMAN
hLKKPiyQ CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
Cbangei, and throngb ilocpen to St, 1,011 In and
Fast Time Eatt.
Ptlocnnrroisi tBi ltne Rotbrough to Kant.
X (ISdvllLCln Hrn polnti vrlthnnt any dnlny
earned by Sundav IntervHulng. The Satnrdav after
noon train from Cairo arrive In new York Monday
morning at 10:85. Tblrty uli hour In adviueoof
any olhur route,
17" For through ticket and fiirtrii'r Information,
tnplTftt Illlnol Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
JAs. JOHNSON, J. U. JONES,
Qe n . Houthorn Ace n. Tlrki-t Agont.
A. D. SAN SON, Gen . Pan, Agoat. Chicago
TO YOUNG MEN AND OTHERS.
Ws end nn trial for thirty day our Electro-Vol-talc
Bolt, Band and 8ttiorles, to young men
nd othori infMrbtg from weakneiser. oervou do
blllty, loit vitality, lout manhood, ftnd many other
diieaaea. Wo guarantee pevdy euro and com
plete rostoratlo. of. tnatihnod. Adilro without
dUy. VOLTAJBS LT CO. ManbaH Mich.,
CAIE0 ANI NKW MADU1D PACKET.
TO NE;VV MADRID.
, , J. K. MXj'tf, vloVk.
...kWPZt Nw.Mdrid ad,wr poInU
Sr!...yJ.u",iJy, Tfe,"''y nd Saturday at 9 p.m.
il?AU ,n,L?I?,,N,w Mdr,d Wsdneiday, Friday,
and Monday at 7s. m,
For freight or puma apply to
; , JME3 BJU0lvABnt'
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
NEW YORK GRAIN.
New York, September 13, 12 m
Wheat-irregular- No. 2 Chicago
11 3538. No. 2 Red Winter, fl 46J.
OHICACO, GRAIN AND PORK.
Chicaoo, September 12, 10 a. m.
Pork Oct. $19 55; Jan. $20 67.'
Wheat -Oct, $128! November
Corn Oct, 64c- Nov, 6dc.
Oats-Od.39& Nov. 41.
Ciiicaoo, September 12, 12 u.
Pork-Oct 19 03;
Wheat - Oct, $1 29; November
Corn-Oct, 63;Nav. C7.
Oat. Nov, 41; Oct. 40.
Chicaoo. September 12, 1 p. u.
Pork Pc" ' 9 67 Vov, $19 97
Wheai1', oct. ' $1 29T NoV
$1 327. .
Corn Oct,. 00c; November, 07
Oats Oct. 40.
Jay Gould now controls about one-hall'
of tho railroad milearra in the United
Boatmen on the Upper Ohio river are
aid to be plowing out the lied of the
stream in order to 't their crafts through
to deeper water.
The late heavy rains iu Arizonia are said
to have damaged tbo Southern Pacific rail
road to the extent of $2,000,000. For 80
miles west of Tucson the cost of repair will
be mure than tho cost of construction was.
The iherp industry is progressing finely.
In Southern Missouri, one hundred and
fifty miles from St. Louis, an incorporated
company lias been formed for sheep breed
ing. They intend locating thirty thous
and acres of land on the side of the Ozark
Mountains, starting with four thousand
sheep. They will fence in the Bheep, as
being cheaper thsn to employ herdsmen.
They will provide grazing for tho sheep
and shelter them well m winter.
The North German Gazette says that the
German government will propose, at the
uezt session of the Piu&ian Landtag, the
reestablishroent of the 1'iussiau Legation
at the Vatican. The pope has been inform
ed of this purpose, and is saieJ to be quite
satisfied, as it will enable him the more
easily to arrange any differences between
himself and Dismarck.
The qiteVfA trustworthy lulf-hrevd in
Arizoma informs the military authorities
that the hostile Indians number nine hun
dred. One party is watching the country
between Fort Apache and the reservation ;
another is moving down to Tonto creek,
and a third is marching through Pleasant
The Rev. Dr. Thomas was found guilty of
heresy yesterday by tho investigating com
mittee appointed in bis case, and was de
prived of his priestly functions pending the
action of the Methodist conference, which
meets next month, and which will pass on
The North German Gazette, Bismarck's
organ, admits that it lias deliberately and
systematically lied to its readers about (he
meeting-place of the German and Russian
Emperors, but says that the activity of the
international baud of assassins justifies its
course in the eyes of every reasonable pa
triot. Perhaps so.
A British mau-of.war, he Merlin, took
100 policemen to assist in the eviction of
120 persons from their homes in the Island
ot Innisturk, off the west coast of Mayo,
sonio days aj;u. When it needs the ser
vices of a rritish man-of-war to carry out
an eviction process against poverty Btricken
fiBhermou in the "Wild West" of Ireland, it
looks bad for the landlord, and tho govern
ment which assists him in carrying out the
A syndicate, or ring, controls the cottun
market at Liverpool, and many of the spin
ners and manufacturers throughout Lanca
shire, Yorkshire, Derbyshire, and Cheshire
propose that operations bo suspondod for
an outira week, and that no cotton be
bought of the syndicate during that time,
at the end of which it is hoped that the
syndicate can be brought to terms.
Mr, Parnell professes to be satisfied with
tho result of the Tyrone election, where his
candidate, Rylett, came in at tho foot of
the poll over 3,000 votes behind the sue
csssful candidate. Mr. Parnell is easily
satisfied. Tho London Journals say, and
they are quite right in saying, that Par poll's
statements that tho Land League had j a
Arm foothold iu Ulster have not been justi
fied. When the emperors of Russia and Gor..
many mot yesterday both seemed to be
deeply moved, and kissed each other sev
eral times. The Czar greeted the Crown
Prince after the ovulatory fashion alio,
but is reportod only to, have conversed wth
Bismarck. .The program of tho two mqn
arclu was altered several timet, and thtir
v. "'.! r..
movements were "onvelrtptjl In uncertain
ty," as the cable man putr k Evidently
they have some fears of he nihilists.
At a meeting of some of the former citi
zens of Michigan, held yesterday in New
York City, it was resolvod that an appeal
should be made to the public for funds for
the relief ot the auQerers by the Michigan
forest Area. A permanent organization was
effected, with Charles P. Crosby as Presi
nent, J. S. McDonald as Secretary, and
William E. Dowd, president of the Bank of
North America, aa Treasurer. It was
resolved that the distribution of the fundi
to bo collected should be left to the Presi
dent, Secretary, and Treasurer. '
Rain fell Thursday night and yesterday
In the Michigan burnt district in sufficient
quantities to check the fires, but not in suf
ficient quantities to soak the ground. The
lowest estimates plncethe number of fam
ilies burned out in the towns of Marlette,
Flynn, Argyle, Evergreen, Moore, Lamotte
siM Reiner, all in Humiac county, at 250,
and thirty-two persons are known to have
perished. The entire casualties are more
than double that, number. Fowl, clothing
and bedding are being sent forward in fie
homeless sufferers with all possible dis
patch. In Tuscola county many families
have lost their all, and some loss of lifo is
reported, though it is believed that it must
have been small.
The total atnouut of salt produced in the
country is 2!),800,298 bushels, valued at
I,817.0;i0. Of this amount 888,008 bush
els are produced from sea or bay water,
044,1 58 trotn inlaud lakes or natural de
posits 2,998,000 from subterranean brines,
9,853,821 by kettle or pan process, 10,115,
Ml by steam evaporation process. The
states of New York and Michigan are the
the chief producers of salt.
Sneaking of the sugar crop in Louisiana
Uovernoi 'Varmoth says: "We shall not
have fiO per cent of the sugar product ex
pected. Last year Louisiana produced
140,000 hogsheads of sugar. I doubt very
much if this year it amounts to 50,000 hogs
head. Ordinarily speaking the crop is
100,000 hogsheads. Tho shortage is duo
to the extremely bad winter. There was
eight inches ot snow in Louisiana, some
thing never known before."
When you are continually cotighiug ui"ht
and day, annoying everybody around you,
and hoping it will go away ol its own ac
cord, you are running a dangerous rik
letter use Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil, an
unfailing remedy in all such cases. Paul
G. 8chuh, Aient.
Stop That Cough. :
ICyoij ar sufl'orinf; with a cough, y,
uatbuia, Wcschitis, bay fever, consumption,
losS of voice, tickling in the tbwaT, of iiiy
affection ot the throat or lungs, use Dr.
King's New Discovery for consumption.
This is the great remedy that is causing so
much excitement by its wonderful cures,
curing thousands of hopeless cases. Over
one million bottles of Dr. King's New Dis
covery have been used within the last year,
and have given p'Tl' t tiUfaction in every
instance. We can unhesitatingly say that
this is really the only sure cure for throat
and lung affections, and can cheerfully
recommend it to all. Call aud get a trial
bottle free of cost, or a regular size for $1.
For sale bv George E. O'Hara, Druggist,
Cairo, 111." (.3)
Mr. Win. Pomeroy, Bangor, Mo., writes :
"I have for a long time suffered from con
tinual constipation, making my life a mis
ery, and causing headache and frightful
cramps. Mr. Tbomason (who has been
lately visiting in Buffalo), indued me to try
the Spring Blossom, it nas pertectiy cured
me." Price 50 cents, trial bottle 10 cents.
Sold by Paul Q. Schuh.
A Cough, ('old or Sore Throat
should bo stopped. Neglect frequently 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 tho inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
tho Throt Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers aro subject to. For thirty
yews Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
give perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested ly wide and constant use for nearly
an cntiro generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among tho few slaplo
remedies of tho ago. Sold at 25 cents a
Mr. Nosh Bates, Elmira, N. Y., writes:
"About four years ago I had an attack of
bilious fever, aiid never fully recovered. My
digeslivo oraus were weakened, and I
would be completely prostrated for days.
After using two bottles of your Burdock
Blood Bitters tho improvement was so visi
ble that I was astonished. I can now,
though 01 years ot age,do a fair and reasons
bio rlav's work." Price $1.00, trial size 10
cents. P. G. Schuh, Agent.
is tho bauo of nearly every American wo
man. From it usually arisei those disor
ders that so surely uudermine thuir health
and strength. Every woman owes it to her
self and to her family to uso that celebrat
ed medicine, Kidney-Wort. It is the sure
remedy for constipation, and for all disor
ders of the kidneys and liver. Try it in
liquid or dry .form. .Equally efficient in
either. Boston Sunday Budget. r
"LiSDSEt's Blood .Searcher" the great
medicine for fever and '.ague, malara, and
blood poison. Don t tail to use it,
NE)W SERIES NO. 356.
Buckleys Arnica Salve.
The beat salve in the vnrM fit. fiitu
bruises, sores, u Inert; salt rheum, fever sores,
ettcr, ch&DDed hands, chilblain., corns, and
all kinds of skin eruDtions. This salve ia
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
very case or -coney reronoeov Trice, 25
conw per oox. ror sals ny ueo. E. O H ARA
A Smooth Coinnlexlon ran wi hv
every lady who will use ParVrr'a ninrr
Tonic. For promptly regulating the liver
and kidneys and purifying the blood there
!. .nlliL. 111., t. .l.fl . ,1 .
uu inn is me reason
Why it. BO OUicklv removes nimnlra n,
gives a rosy bjoora to the cheek. See
A Marvelous Cure.
For all bodily ailments, ariuino- from im.
purity of blood, a torpid liver, irregularity
of the bowels, indigestion, constipation, or
aisoruered Kidneys, is warranted m a free
use oi aurdoca wood lUtters. Trice $1.00.
trial size 10 cents. Paul Q. Scuch,
' -"""Too' Fastidious.
Some would-be Byrons look on with' dis-
At the rhyraei ofKclectric Oil "poet;" '
But we have the .best article known to the
And intend that all persons shall know it.
It cures coughs, colds, asthma and catarrh,
Bronchitis and complaints of that kind:
It does not cost much, though rheumatics
Tis best Oil in the world you can find.
1aul U. boHiii, Agent.
Remember the Orphans.
At eight o'clock tho oi hor morning,
a wife followed her lnwbmul down to
the gate as be was starling for down
town, and said to him :
"William, jou know how sadly I
need a blue bunting dres."
'Yes,' dear, ' he remarked ; 'but you
know how hard up I am. As soon a I
can see my way clear, j-oti shall have
the dress and a new hat to boot. Be
patient, be good, and your reward shall
rorty minutes after he emerged from
a restaurant, with a big basket and a
fiKh-pole, bound up tho river. In the
basket were a chicken, pickles, cake,
fruit, nie, and a bottle of liquid of a
rich color, and he was just lighting a
twenly-cont cigar, whon his wife oiimo
"What, are you here?" he exclaimed.
"Yes, I was going to market. Whore
nre you going what's in your basket?"
"I was going to carry this lisb-po'io
atotiud the uoruer here, to a fiioud on
Jefferson Avonue," ho modestly an
swered. "And that basket?"
"This basket well, I wa3 going to
take it to tho asylum as a present to the
children. It is a donation from six
"Wfllinm. I don't believe it."
"Sh! Don't Ulk so loud."
"William. I shall talk louder yetf
she exclaimed. "I'll bet you're 4'oiug
fishing. M"-- ' -.
"Mary, have I ever deceived youf"
he plaintively asked. "I never hare.
As proof of my sincerity, you can tike
the basket to the orphan asylum your
self." "And I'll do it." she promptly re
plied, as she relieved him of it.
"Mair, hadn't you"
"No,8ir, I hadu't! You'd better
hurry up with thai fish-pole, as the man
may want it ; aud be careful how you
stand around in the sun!''
She loft him there. He watched her
take the car for homo, then be returned
the .fish-pole, and crossod the street
and Raid to an acquaintance:
"Tom, I'm Buffering with neuralgia,
and the excursion is off till next week.
Too .bad, but we can never tell what a
day may bring forth."
There were chloken nnd pickles and
other good things on the table at dinner,
but be never smiled. Even when his
wifo wished she was an orphan, if that
was .the way they were fed, he never
betrayed the gloom in his heart It
was only when she 'handed bira the
bottle he had so carefully tucked into
the - basket, and he saw it labelled
"Good for Little Children,'' that he
Mary, it's an awful thing for a wife
to get the impression that net husband
is a cold-bloodod liar."
"It must be," she replied, as she
took the other .chicken-log.
' ' m i m
A recent traveler in Central Africa
says: "Lions aro one ot the greatest
dangers between Zansibar and the
lakes.. They sometimes hunt game in
packs of six:to eight. Some animal
show (taut against them successfully.
Lions never venture to attack tho adult
elephant, aud even avoid the buffalo,
unless ther are more than two to oue.
In general thoy do not attack cara
vans, and never in daytime. At most
a hungry lion may spring upon and
carry off straggler while passing
through tba brakos and Jungles. But
it is otherwise at night. Whon lions
scent the caravan from afar, particu
larly if it contains goats or beasts of
buiaon, they approach and announce
their vicinity by toiTi&o roars. Never
theless, in a well-iuclosed camp there
is no danger; tho lions never attempt
to clear the obstacles, and marksmen
from behind the palisades oan pick
them on wim almost untaliinir aim.
There is danger only when the camp is
not completely inclosod, or wnon mose
Inside go out to attack them."
A Mr. Smoky has just got a patent
vn a new lamp reflector.
Out of the eighty-five distilleries In
tho Nashville (Tenn.) revenuo district
all but twenty-six have oeasod opera
tions. It is bolioved all the distilleries
in the upper country, save two inMoore
county, will have to coaso for lack ot