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DAILY CAIRO B ULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 27, 1881.
Circuit . I nil k'u I). J. linker.
Circuit CIcrU-A. 11. Irvln.
Comity Judo It. H Yocum.
County t'lurk S. J. Ilimnii.
Counly Attorney J. M.Damrnn.
County TrmirtT Milui W. I'arker.
rihurltr John iioiliti-g.
Coriiiiur It. Kltr.i;erald.
County Coromli'iilonursT. W. IlalHday, J. A.
Olbba and hamuul Urlk-y.
Mayor-N. H. Thietlewood.
Tri anurnr T J . Ki-rth.
ClerkDentil.. J, KiiW-y.
Cnuimelor Win. H.tlllbert.
.Marhal-I-. II. .Myi-m,
Attorney William Ueudrtcks.
BOiHD or ALDEHMtN.
Klrit Ward I'eter Saiip, T. M . KlmlirouKh.
hur.und Ward Ji-mu illnkle, C. N. Uiiifheii.
Third Ward-IJ. K, lilak, John Wood.
Fourth Ward-Charli)a 0. Patter, AdolpU Bwo
Inula. Kifth Ward -T. W. Halllday, Brneat B. Petttt.
CAIRO HAITI ST. -Cumur Tenth and I'optar
itreeln; preaching Urot and third Sunday! in
each month. II a m. anil7:i o. ra.; prayer mout
InicTUurKday. 1:'Vn. m -, titinday .rhool. :.'J0 a.ra
Huv. A. .1. II KSS, I'" tor.
CHURCH OK THE RKDBKMKR (Kpltcotial)
Koartnentta itreet; buntlay 7:no m., lloly
Kiiriailt; lew a. ni , Sunday achool lu:4.'j a.m.,
Murnlnir prayer.; hMJOp. m., evening rayera. F.
V. Davenport, 8. T, K. Hector.
IMRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHUKCII.
r I'r achln at 1U:W a. n... 3 p. m., and 7:30 p. m.
Sabbath .chool at 7:J p. m Rev. T. J. Shorsi,
jl'THKRAN-Thlrteeiith .treet; nervlu-s Sab
J bath 1 :.'jo a. til ; Snndny ulioolip m. Rev.
METHODIST -Cor. Klithth and Walnut .treet
Prt-achliiif Sabbath 11 0'a. m. and 7:30 p. m
Sunday School at 3:oO p m Itev. J.ASc.rrctt.
I)HESIIVTEHIAN-Klkhth .treet; preacnlnr on
Sabbath at 11 :l a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; prayer
mi-.-tliii.' Wi'dne.dav at 7:30 p.m.: Sunday School
alSp. n. Rev 11. V. 'ieorti. pa.Uir.
CT.JOsEI'irs -.Roman Cathollr) Corner Cro..
0 and Walnut .treet.; ..Tvlce. Sabbath 10:'ia.
n.; Sundav School at i p. m.; Ve.ner. 3 p. ni. :
rice, every day at a m. Rev. O'llara, l'rlc t.
ST. PATRICK'S -(Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
.treet and Washington avenue; aervlce. Sab
nath s and 10 a. in ; Ve.per. 3 p. n..; Sunday School
1 p. in. aervlce" every day at a m. Rev. MiisU-nton
K.K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRA I R. It.
TRAIN. HEI-A.KT. Tiusa AUItlVI.
tMall ........ 4:10 a m
Exprw. a m
Acconi'datior.. 4 .' ' p m
Mail .':V p.m
tKivre.il ...:ai p. in
tAccomdatioH..!! hi a m
MIS CENTRAL R. R
tMall 5:ip.mlMll 3::ir. a m
tEipreM 11 :') a m tKxprer :-J0 am
C. 4 sT. L. It. It (Narrow Ounce.)
Etpr 4 10pm Exprc. 9:40a. m
Accora datoin 1J:'t'i p.ni Accom'datlon. 1 :.'0 p.m
Sunday excurn i:r, p.m Sunday fxcur'n s:4oa.m
ST. L., IM.tS. R. It.
tExpr-f. 1:5.1 i.m I Eiprcss -12:"5p m
t Accom'datlon. ftfup.m tAccom'dation.ll :45 a.m
WAI'-ASII, ST. LOl IS JL PACIFIC It Y CO.
Mall Jt Ex .... 5.(1 vm Mnll Jt Ex.... 'J:".9 p m
Dally except Sunday, t I)-...
JLLIXOIS CENTRAL 11. R.
Shortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onl Lino ltunnint;
0 DAILY 11 A1JN
Making Dikkct Connkction
Ttutxi Lkati Caiiio;
3:1 5 ta in. Mfiil,
ArrlviiiL' In St. Loui. 9 4T a.m.; Chicago. R:30 p.m.;
n". ... . ... ..,.1 fill. .1,.,., t.,r f'lnln.
natl, Loui.viUe, ludlnnapulia and point Ka.t.
11:1J a.m. Ht. I,ouihiuu1 Wen turn
Arrlvlnsr in St. Louli7:05 p. m., and couiicctinu
Tor ail poinia m.
4:S!0 n.tn. l'iit Kxprer.n.
lor St. I.nula and chlcairo, arriving at St. Louie
10:4U p.m., aim i nica;o i a.m.
4:J( t ni.t.'itu innntl KxprfHM.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Lom.ville 7:i
a.m.; HHIlauapoii. a.m. i wi-usvip ...i
tin. train reach Out abovo point 1 11 to 3J
Hot" US in advauce of any other route.
rr-Thi 4:50 n. m. exure-M ha PULLMAN
ki k'ciMViU'AK Cairo to Cincinnati, without
chamrea, and through ulc-cper. to St. i,out and
Fast Timo Hivst.
,.,.,, bv thlK liiie go through to Ka.t-
I 1 1 " I ' I X ...n u llhoill Jtili ilnluu
tau.od by Sundav Itilerveiilng. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrivea In new Yo'k Monday
morning at l::iS. Thirty-. Ix houralu advance of
any other route. w.
inlvt llllnuin Outnil Knilrowl Di-pot, Cnlro.
Oon. Sotilliern Agent. rlcliet Agent.
A.U. HANSON, Oon. Pai. Agent. Chicago
IKON MOUNTAIN K0UTE.
TllAINa LtATI 0A1I10,
Arkan.aa undTexu. Expron U::W a.m. Dully
Accommodation : II :S0 p . m. Dally
ro.ii..t niiir,.. r,, Ohio Levne.
11. U. MIlUURN, Agont
JJR. K. W. WIIITLOCK,
Orniii No. 1B8 Commercial Avontw, btwea
DI..I.H. Mllh Hlmull ' .
JJU. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICB-Eluhtk Btreut, noar Coma ercal Avenoo
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'B PATENT
Wholesale Doaler in Ice.
ICE BY TUB CAR LOAD OR TON.'W'ELI
PACKED FOR 8riIPHNG.
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Of'KI ( ' K :
Cor. Twelfth Street aud Levee,
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR, (tRAIN AND HAY
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
CAIRO AMI NEW MADRID PACKET-
TO .NEW MADRID.
W.J. Tl'RNER, Matcr.
J. K. MUSK, Clerk.
Leave. Cairo for New Madrid and war point
every Tue.day. 1 hur.dar and Saturrtny at 'i p. m.
Heturnlnn leave. New Madrid Wedue.day, Friday,
Fot freight or pai"a.'c applv to
JAMES RIUGS, Agent.
(i W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood ami Kindling
conaianlly on nana
At Seventy-five cents jut load.
S t a v o Triramings
At one dollar per load.
Tho "trlmmlnc."arfl coar .havlnca and mako
the beat .timmcr wood for cooking purpo.ti. a. well
as tho cheapen ever sold in Cairo. For black
.milh'i u.c iL.ettlng tlrei, (liey are unequalled
Leave ynor oraer. at tno TuntD .treet wood ran
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE tsESaQ STATES.
On and after Monday, ,'une Tth, and until lurthor
notice tbeiurryhoat will mako triis as follow.;
HAVE. LEAVE LKATII
Foot Fourth tt. Mlanourl Land R. Kentucky Ld g.
8:oo . m. 8:30 a.m. H a. m.
10:00 a. m. 10:S0a. ui. 11 a.'m.
8:00 p.m, S.'SOp.m. p.m.
4:00 p.m. 4:S0p.m. SiOOp.m.
J p.m. 8:30 p.m. ip. m
, , ii
FOUND AT LAST!
The onlf absolutely perfect (liana Mouthpiece Ci
garette ever made, Do not fail to try the New and
Improved Stepbanla i
ClKaretteB, at II. MEYKRS'. A perfect mouth
piece attached to each and every Cigarette without
It la Important for you to know tloit the Tobacco
nnud In maklup the
New "Stepbanla Halves"
la of the very fined quality, and la absolutely free
from all dangeroui drug, and attention la called to
the fact that positively
Is used inthia Cigarette. Tho New Stephania
Halves are the fine.t C'lgarcttea ever offered to the
amokcra of any community. -
The Finest Tobacco I Fltie.t Rice Tapir!
Free from all Dangerous Impurities!
The Flue.t Mouthpiece! Tho Cleanest Hip"ki !
Price lo cents per package of lo.
October b, lsii. dim CAIRO, ILLS.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COITER & 8J1EET-IK0N WARE
ALL KINDS 07 JOB WORK DONE TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH- STREET,
Cairo. k Illinois
THE ICE KING.
Readi-now, to furnish and deliver ICE In any
quantity both wholesale and retail, and at
ROCK BOTTOM PRICES.
I respectfully solicit the natronaee of all my old
friend, and as many new ones, and iruarantee them
satisfaction. . JACOU KLEE.
Physician and Surgeon,
Special attention paid to thn Homeopathic treat
ment of .urirical dUeases, and disease ot women
and children. '
Office: Nolo Kinhth street, near Commercial
avenue, Cairo, III.
MAUEAN, M. P.
Homcojiatliic riiysician ami Suwoii.
Olllce on Oomnierclal avenue near tho corner of
Ktuhth street, over Taher ltrother's Jewelry .torn.
Rvsldenc.n corner Foiirtoenth street and Wash
The Celebrated Electro-Vapor and Medicated
Ttaths whloh am an nnfallltittctire for Rlieiimatl.m
Noural(.'la, Kever-Atriie and many other ailments,
admlulatered dally durlnx olllcu hours.
Orflco hours, from 8 to Vi k. n from 1 to and
from 7 to 8 p.m.
rjIHE CITY NATNOAI. HANK
W. P. HALLIDAY, ProslAMii.
H. L. HALLIDAY, Vice-President.
' TI10S. W. I1ALLIDAY, Ca.bler.
w. r. ALUDAT,
AU.I1)T, H, M.CI'NNlHunAB,
. u. fftixiAnsoK, Taram ,
KxebanRe, Coin and United States Bond
BOUGHT AND BOLD.
Depoaltirtcelvad and 1 goaaral banking fcu'lneta
Katural Fruit Flavors,
rrrjHtretl from the ihoiccat
Fruits, without coloring, owm
ous oils, acids, or artificial
JCssenceti. AltruiH uniform in
tlrr)i(fh. without am ail altera
tions or imimritii-M. Hare gained
their reputattim from tlibjr prr
firt piiritu, superior strength
ami (iiatitjf. Ailmitted bg all
who have used them an the most,
delicate, grateful and natural
laror for calces, puddings,
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, III., and St. Louis, Mo.,
Maker of Lnpulin Yeast Gems,
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder,
and Dr. Price'a Unique Perfumes.
IfV make no second grade goods.
JESSE HINKLE & SON,
70 OIIIO LEVEE.
raLarffe stock offre.h meats of all kinds con
stantly on hand. Meat delivered to any part of the
OPEN' DAY AND NIGHT.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
CHICAGO, OHAIN AM) l'OHK.
CiiiCAtio, October 20, 9:0 A. M.
Pi.rk-Nov'r, 10 Cv, Dcc'r, 10 55.
Wheat -Nov'r, 1 !M?i; Dec'r, 1 37'8'.
Corn-Nov'r, G2; Ic'r, G44'.
Oiits-Nov'r, 44b ; Doc'r 444.
C'lIICAOO, Oct!ll)(T 20, 12 M.
Pork-NoVr, ; Jan'y, 17 07.
Wheat Nov 'r, 1 Duc'r, 1 oG'B'.
C'tirn-Duc'r, 02 '4' ; Duc'r, ill.
Oats-NovY, -l l; DocY, 41'4'.
Cmc.vio. OctnliiT 20, 1 :00 p. M.
Pi.rk-NovY, 10 50; Jun'y, 17 81).
Wheat -NovY. 1 III; DccY, 1 O;!-.
Corn NiivY, 02 ; DucY, (14 ?f
Outs-NovY, 44'4-; D.;cY,44.i.
NEW YORK tlKAt.N.
Nkw York, Octolwr 20, 12 m.
Wheat-No. 2 Chicago, 1 40(nil 42.
" Milwaukw, 1 41(1 42.
'' lted, 1 4!l.
Corn-No. 2, 7072.
SUDDKN DRAT II.
A man named James Ivyser suddenly fell
dad on Ohio levee, near tlr! narrow paugo
freight depot, yesterdry afternoon about 2
o'clock. lie was found soon after by Cap
tain Wrtliams, who notified Marshal Myers
of tho 'circumstance. The marshal went
down there and, together with the captain,
took the Ihtdy f tho man to the depot,
where it was laid out to bo viewed by Cor
oner Fitzgerald, Who had also been notified.
It was learned that deceased had been a
limn of family and Ihat a wife and infant
child were awaiting his return in Kentucky
opposite the ity. Mrs. Kyser was in
formed of her htislondB ; death and
she arrived in the evening, whilo
Coroner Fitzgerald and Dr. Wood were in
vestigating the case. It was elicited from
her that deceased was ' about forty-seven
years old; that they had hnen married
about three years; that they camo to Ken
tucky from Virginia about two years ago;
that they were near relatives to Mrs. Wea
ver, who is well-to-do, and li.vcB in the
whito frame building near the Kentucky
shore, just ahovo East Cairo; that they
resided in East Cairo, but that deceased has
been, Binco last February, in the employ of
tho Cairo & St. Louis railroad. Several
weeks ago Kyser was compelled to stop
work and go homo hecauso of sickness. At
tho timo ho left tho company wan indebted
to him to an amount that would leave hiiu
about seventeen dollars after having paid
his board bill. Ycstcrdny ho Camo
over to got tho money duo him, but
it was observed that ha was far from bolng
a well man. In fact ho was seen, to tottor
anvurnl limna'nnd waa vnrv nalfi. Mrs. Kv
I Bor saysihat ho was also subject to some
klud of heart trouble.
It lining a plain case of death from nat
ural causes tho coroner did not hold an in
quest and tho remains were turned over to
Dr. Wood, who will bury them at tho seven-mile
grave yard to-day, usin a portion
of tho money due the dead man from the
railroad company to defiay the funeral ex
penses. The wife of deceased left yesterday even
ing for her home in Kentucky to attend
her child. Sho will now have to battlo
alone with the hardships attending a life
of poverty and ill health.
TUKRDAY'S ItKCORU IN MAOI8TKATK COMIMl'n
James Lynch was arrested bv Marshal
Myers for drunkenness, and fined one dol
lar and costs.
Charles Sullivan was lounging about sa
loons ami places of ill repute without hav
ing any visible means of supjiort. Ho was
arrested by Constable Shcchan, and lined
fifty dollars and cosis.
Patrick Clark was arrested by officers
Olmsted and Mahany for frequenting dis
reputable houses and, fined ten dollars and
David Cushan, arrested by oflicer John
Tyler for drunkenness, was fined one dol
lar and costs,
Mattie Hardin and Anna Williams were
two disorderly cyprians and were arrested
by officer Wims and lined, each ten dollars
and costs, by Justice Robinson.
yehteukay'h record in magistrate com
James McEwen and John Anderson, for
being drunk, were arrested by officers Olm
sted and Mahanny, and fined each one dol
lar and costs.
Morris Griffin was arretted under tho va
grant act by officer Henry Hunker, and fined
fifty dollars and costs.
Mr. W. S. Singleton, of the Pulaski Pa
triot, was among the spectators at Hobin
son's circus here yesterday.
Mr. Swallow, late of tho firm of Chess,
Carley & Co., here, has gone to New Or
leans to take charge of the firm's business
Mr. Ilisey Woodward and wife have re
turned from their wedding tour and are at
Tho Halliday, their temporary home.
Miss Ada Haynes, of Sinithland, Ky
sister of 3Ir. John Haynes, is in the city on
a short visit.
Captain W. P. Wright is in Union City,
Tenn., under the treatment ot Dr. Edwards,
the skilled oculist.
Years of Surl'eiinjf.
Mrs. Hiirnliart, cor. Pratt and l.roadway,
liuiVitlo, was for twelve years a sufferer from
rheumatism, and after trying every known
remedy without avail, was entirely cured by
Thomas' Kelcetric Oil. Paul O. Hchuh,
Mrs. Ira Mulholland, Albany, N. Y.,
writes: ''For sevct-ii --:ir I have sum-rod
from oft-recurring iivu.luches, constipation,
dyspepsia, and complaints peculiar to my
sex. Since using your Ibirdock Wood Hit
ters I am entirely relieved." Price l .00,
trinl size 10. Paul (J. Hchuh, Agent.
Never Too Lute to Mend.
Thos. J. Arden, William street, Kast Huf
falo, writes: "Your Spring Blossom has
worked on me splendid. I had no appetite;
used to sleep badly and get up in the morn
ing unrefreshed; my breath was very offen
sive and I suffered from severe headache;
sinco using your Spring Illossom all these
symptoms have vanished, and I feel (piite
well." Ptiee 50 cents, trial butties 10
cents. PauKl. Schuh, Agent.
A safi! and sure means of restoring the
youthful color of tho hair is furnished by
Parker's Hair Halsam, whirh is deservedly
popular irom us superior cleanliness.
Allen's Urain Food nositivolv cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
ot generative organs, fl. 5 for 5. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allm's
Pharmacy, 1)15 First Ave., N. V. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bios.
"Skm.krh' Liver Pills" havw been tho
standard remedy for riial aria, liver com
plaint, costiveness, etc., for fifty years.
lOOO'MKN AND 500 TEAMS, TO WORK O.N C.
A ). A H. W. It. It. I.ATB I'ADCCAII AND
MKMI'lltS. W Ail EH KIIOM if 1.50
TO 2.25 I'KIl DAY.
Plenty of good station work from 15 to
17 cents per yard. Transportation will be
fumishud free from Memphis or Paducah
to Covington or Trjmblo. Apply on work
between Covington and Dyersburg or at the
feed store of W. J. Chase & Co., No. 182
Main street, Memphis, Tenn.
; ' ' Dunavant, Kelly & Pii-eu.
Lydia K. Pinkiiam's Vegetable Com
pound revives tho drooping spirits; in
vigorates and harmonizes the organic func
tions; given elasticity and firmness to tho
step, restores tho natural lustre to tho eye,
ai)d plants on tho pale cheek of beauty tho
fresh roses of life's spring and early sum
mer time, s
Mr. Jas. I. Fellows, Chemist,8t.John,N.n.
Dkar Sir Having used your Compound
Syrup of Ilypophnsphites for some time in
my practico, I have no hesitation la recom
mending it to my patients who are suffering
from General Domnty, or any disease of tho
lungs, knowing that, even in cases utterly
hopeless, it auords roiiot,
I am, sir, yours truly.
II. O. A.ddt, M. D., St. John.
Go to Taul 0. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are unequaled. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
end German. Price 15 cents.
A Cough. Cohl or Sore Throat
should be stopped. jNeglcct frequentl re
sults in an Incurable Lung disease or on
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough Byrups
and balsams, but act directly on tho inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
the Throt Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, anil always
give perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among the few staple
remedies of the age. Sold at 25 cents a
Tiik very best family medicine is
Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills, which
cleanse the bowels, purity the blood, and
establish healthy nction in the liver. (0)
OvK.it 200,000 Howe Scales havo been
sold. Send for catalogue to Borden, Selleck
A Co., General Agents, St. Louis, Mo. (:t)
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are von disturbed 11 1 r.ioiit nml Lr, .km
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crvimr with the excruciating nuin of euttint'
m mm f-! O
teeth 'i If so, go at once and get a bottle of
airs, winslow s Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little millerer immediately
depend upon it; then- is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will , regulate tho bowels,
and ptvc rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, onci'ntiii" liko nnf
' . n rt
It is perfectly sale to use m all cases, and
pieasanr to me taste, ami is tne prescrip
tion of onu of tlm iilili-flt flnrl lu'wt fnniiilit
physicians and nurses in the United States.
onto evereyw nitre, a ) cents a ooiiie.
The Man Who Hated to Have Anything
"You aro charged, wilh drunken
ness," said Judge lliuloy, tho other
morning, as a badly dilapidated indi
vidual slood up before him, "what have
you got to sav?"'
"I arn chnrrjed with it, am 1?"
''Yes, you are." 1
"Well, if I'm charged with it, just lot
the chargo stand on the slate, and soma
day whon I have tho spondulix I'll drop
iu and settle," and tho m;ui took hi3
hat and started to go.
"Hold on, there," cried tho judge,
"you must answer to tho charge"
"Well, haven't I answered? Didn't
I tell you if it was charged, all right?
I ain't used to having things charged;
always pays cash down when I has any
thing, but as you say it is charged, why
just let it stand. Don't like tho idea of
a book account, either; makes trouble
sometimes in settlin'. You rcmembor
the old saying "short settlouieuts make
"I'll make a short settlement with
you if yon don't plead to tho charge."
"I can only plead to let the chargo
stand, Jedgo, as I'm a liftlo short this
morning. Don't remonibor askin any
body to chargo it.' Don't remember
much of anything, in fact."
"I'll give you something to romcm
bor," remarked the Judge, dryly.
"Thankee, Jedge. Dida't know my
credit was good enough in this estab
lishment to havo anything charged to
my account. If I came in bore last
night and asked to havo it charged, I
must have been drinking, sure enough.
It'sag'in my principles. Cash down
has always been my way of doing busi
ness." "Then you were drunk?" said tho
"Yes. I must have boon if I told 'ein
to charge it."
"All right; sixty days." said tho
"Thankeo again, Jedgo. You are
kind to give mo so much timo. Was
f raid you might say I had got to settle
this minute. I cati pay up in sixty
days, easy, and no protest. Don't send
tho account to bank for c' lection. I'Jl
call 'rouud when tho timo is up. But
never let your clerks chargo anything
to mo again, no matter what I say.
Iiy as you go is my motto."
And tho prisoner went down stairs in
a .suff usion of gratitude to the Judga tor
allowing him so much time in which to
wipo oft' tho chargo ujion his books.
Cincinnati Mttunfay NiyhL
A. bedroom should impress the ob
server with the idea of a dainty clean
liness reigning supremo in every part
of it, while the presence of cool, sooth
ing tones of color suggest reposn and
rest. The paint might bo delicate
chocolate, tho walls soft pea-green; no
color eipiuls green for giving rest to the
eyes, aud iu its paler tints it offers a
pleasant sonso of coolness during tho
most sultry days of Summer, whilo they
are froe from tho suspicious of coldness
seen in many of tho gray shades com
monly UMkf. Light colors make a
room appear larger than the dark
shades. Wood-work painted chocolate,
and cream walls look well with bright
blue furniture covering and curtains, or
maroon paint and citrine wall with
deep blue. A wall of a pale tone ot
blue ami sago green woodwork will
harmonize with furniture coverings
bearing a design of Autumn tinted
loaves, stained boards are without
doubt bost for bod-rooms; a square of
carpet covers tho center, leaving three
feet all round the room. Dust invari
ably collects under furniture and chairs,
dresses and draughts of air sweep it up
into the corners ;T)Ut the boards being '
without covering allow of its being
easily taken up with a dustor. Then,
too, the carpet being simply laid down,
there 1 no difllculty in the way ot its
being often shaken; no tacks have to
be taken out or . heavy wardrobes
moved, so that there is no possible ex
cusetorlts being left down until tho
dust accumulates thickly- , ,