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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 27. 1881.
Circuit J tlrtso 0, J. linker.
Circuit Clerk A. II Irvln.
Cunuiy Judo If. ti Yocum.
County Clerk H. J. Humtu.
County .U0rnt7 J. M. iMmron.
County Treasurer Miles W. Parker,
(builtf Jolin llodir!.
(Similar K. Fltr-zurald
County Commli-.loneriT. W. Dslllday, J. A.
01 bin and Peler Kaup,
Muyor-N. II. Thi.tlowood.
Trtanrcr-T J Kerlh.
U?rk JJtnnl. J, Foley.
CounselorWin. B. Gilbert.
Marshal L. li. .Mi ycrl,
Atloruvy William Ucudrkki.
BOAHD OF 4UXUMI.
,'lrnt Ward Peter Saup. T. M. Klmbrough.
rte.rond Ward Jeeee Hlukle, C. N. Uaghei.
Third Ward-B. F, Hlakn, John Wood.
Fourth. WardChar)ea 0. Patter, Adolpb Swe
Fifth Ward-T. W. Ualitdar, Ernoit 13. Tettlt.
CAIRO BAPTHT. Comer Teuth and Poplar
.tret-la; preaching flrt and third Hnnday. In
each mouth, 11 a ra. and 7:w o. in. : prayer meet,,
inj Thursday, 7 : ' p . tn : Sunday nchool, S:-K1 a.ru
llov. A .1. HErlS, Pastor.
ClllltCH OF THE RKDEBMER--(Bjl.:nt)el'i
fourteenth ainwt; Hnnday 7:oa m., lloly
K'i him. 4.1, tf:i a. in.. Honday ect-oo', 10:45 a.m.,
Morning prayer; 8:0 p. ra., evening -rayera. F.
?. Davenport, tt. T. H. Rector.
FIRST M18H10NARV BAPTIST CHCRCIi.
Prwwhlng at 10:i a. n... a p. m., and 7:80 p, in.
Halibatb ecuool al 7:90 p. in Rev. T. J. bbore.,
1CTHERAN Thirteenth eueet; services Bab
J hath 1:40 a. m.; Sunday .chool2p.m. R.v.
METlluDI8T-Cor. Eighth and Walnut nreeta,
Preaching Sabbath ll:U)a. m. and7:S0 p.m.
Hnnday HrbooT at :ofi p. tn Kv ,1. A Bcsrrell,
IREHYTKRIAN -Eighth irel: preetblng on
I fahhntb at 11:00 a. m. and 7:' p. m.i prayer
mm?tlMf Wvdnoaday at 7:30 p.m.; Hnnday School
at 3 p. m. Rev is. X. George, paatof.
ST. JO FPU'S-- Roman relbolle) Corner Croil
and Wnlnut tret.; .ervtc. Sabbath 10:80 a.
.; Hnnday School al 2 p. m.; V'.oeri 1 p. m.; ser
fire erry day at S a. m. Rv. O'llara, Prleat.
ST. PATRICK'S (Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
etri-el and Washington avenue; aerrlcei Sab-
oath 8 and 10 a. m. ; Vetera n p. m. ; nunaay ucnow
p. m. TTla evory day at i a.m. R, Maatenwo
C. li. TIME CARD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K.R
Tuiina rarABT. THiKS akhivs
tMall 3 : 15 a.m
Elfireim 11:10 am
'Accom'datton. 4:20 p. m
Mall :Hi p.ai
tKxuri S:J am
MISS CENTRAL K. R
Mall 4:XS a. oi I tMall -
tKiprese 10:15a m tExprrn..
C. ST. L. R. B. (Narrow Oanga.)
Ki.r:" 8.;la.m I Eipra 6: 0p m
Vcroai'dation. J :.H5 p.m Acom'Uatoin 12:') p.m
fT L.. I. M. S. K. R.
r..u.. i-nn,mitftnhtii 11 :10ft m
tA'wm nation. ;Kip.rn tAccom'datlon 11:45 a m
WAH AMI. ST. U)CIS A PACIFIC R T C O
Mall A fc .... ftnii vm Wall A Ex.... 9:H9p m
Daily except hnnday. t Liaily.
jlJJxOIS CENTRA L U. R.
ihoViUjt. ami Quickest Koul
St. Louis and Chicago.
jTho Onlv Iine Jiunniut;
i) DAILY TRAINS
V lrom Cairo.
Making Direct Connection
1 r it in. jvirvii.
krrlvlnR In Pi I...-r. V. a.m : Chicago .) p.m.;
Connertln m ''i.nnnj r ir.DKi,muJ ,ul v ,uwu
natl, Lniilavlllo, I u1tiriuinl-.a and point East.
h l:) a.m. Ht. IoulB ;ml vt.rii
krrolojt if. f. :( p. m., and couuecliBK
for atl l'iu' ' k".
4::i p.m. Kt Kiprpia
or tn. I.iHiir and I'blrao. nrrl viij at St. Louta
(:W'p n., ft'id fliicH'' a in
l.'-O p tu. C'iuclnn,-tl Lp.xprtMH.
knl!r.r; at CindnrVl : tn.; Loiucvllle T:l
am.; i'.IUiui.iU a.m. i-pnt;erB ny
thi train rtai li tl.o hbovu polnta 1 2 to 3i
llufHS In iidvnio of aay ovhrr ronto.
LKEl'IM CAR C airo to Cincinnati,
Ul.i.l i... ....... ... -. .
hati;'i', and throngh aloHjiura to M . l)0l aud
Kant Time fciant.
I. - .,,,,,. by thin IIiih tfo through to Rant.
rtSiI'llLTei r . ... rw.m,. U'lihni,i mi ilUv
aunod by Sunday InturvenluK. Tho Saturday after
loon train from Cairo arrlyo. In new York Monday
lornliitf at 10-M. Thirty-alx houre In advance uf
uv oihr ront,
lrKor tl rouh ticket, and further Information,
mi.T at 1lll:iol. Crntral Railroad Depot, Cairo.
,l,'l. 'Hilt,1 nii., M du..r.H
(Hmi. 'lullo rn Av.nl. Ticket Aitcnl.
A. H. HA NhON. Ocn. I'aaa, Agent. thlcBKO
IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE.
TIHtNH LXiVI CAIBO,
rkanaaa andTixaa Expreaa . 1:00am. pally
HBIVI AT CAIRO,
xprcaa 11:10 a.m. Dally
Ticket offlw : No. 65 Ohio Levee.
H. U. MILBURN, Agent.
Q.E0RGE II. LEACII, M. D.
Plivsician and Surtjoon,
Apodal attention paid to tho Homeopathic treat
ent of mri:tciil dlneasui, and dlai'Si)i of women
Offlcu; On' 14th itroot. ODDOllte the Pod Offloe,
R. E. W. WRITLOCK,
Ornoi No. 1M Commercial Avenne, between
'gbtb and Nintn sireeu
)R. W. 0. JOCELYN,
fFKfK Btffc.tk Rtrtet, noar Commrcla! Aytnne
PROPRIETOR OF SPKOATf) PATENT
WholeHalo DecJor in Ice.
ICE DYTT1K CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oai' IoiuIh a Hpooialtv.
om (J K :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
Mill, AND OMMINHIO.
If ALLIDAY BROTHERS,
tlll lKI IN
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Hisrhest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
CAIUO AND NEW MADRID PACKJCT.
TO SKW MADRID.
W. J. TI'HNEU, MMr.
J.K. ML'SK, Clerk.
Laavi-g Cairo for Nc Milrid and way points
'very Tuesday. Thursday and baiurdar al ti P, m.
Reiumlng Itiw Nuw Madrid Wr-lueedev, Friday,
and Monday at 7a ui.
For frft t?ht or iii.un apply to
JAMES BKiGS, XjivM.
( W. WHEELER,
A NTHHA O IT J:. C X ) A I .
- AM) -
Summer Wood and Kindling
eotitently on fcann
At Seveuty-tivc cruts jut load.
Stavo T r i m m i n h
At oue dollar per load.
Tho "lrlmmlU( "are coarae ehavlnK and tnak
the beat enmmcr wood for eooklni? parpofeaan well
u tha cheapest ever lold In Cairo. For black
ftnlth'e ue infet'.lUK tlrea, they are unequalled
Leave ynor ordure at tho Tenth atroet wod yard
p - J-
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE IbC STATES.
Onandaftor Monday, June 1th, and until lurther
hotlco thoforTyboat will tnuke trtpa ae followa:
LliTII L1TKI LIATII
FootFonrth at. MlmourlLacd'K. Kentucky Ld g.
10:00 a. m.
8:80 ft. m.
B t. m.
If AH REMOVED Hie SHOP TO
EUfr.TH HT, BETWEEN COMJfERriAL AT.
AND OHIO LEV., XEAB TO gHif.
Be bag received a full atock of the henl Leather,
and guarantee! both the fit and the workmenablp
OfGlve blm call.-oovlml
COAL, WOOD ICE.
M. WAR D,
WOOD, COAL and ICE,
by the 'Ifon or Car Lotd, delivered In any part of th
WOOD OF ALL KINDS.
tW Lave ordera at my Wood and Coal Odice.
STOVES AND TINWARS.
ALL SORTK, SIZKS AND STYLES
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KIKD8 OF JOB WOBK DONE TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH HTREKT,
Cairo. - Illinois
rpFIE CITY NATNOAL BANK
CAPITAL, !? 10 0,000
W. p. HALLIDAT. I-rcsidott.
JI. L. HALLIDAT. Vice Pre.ldont.
THOa '. HAI.LIDAY, C.blir.
I- .TAATa TAVLOa. T- HA.UL1DAJ,
BIRKT L. BAIXIDAT, " . CVNNiaaBiV.
u. ru.tAM., .Tipnia Birr,
H. H. CAHHtt.
ExchajuTe, Coin and States Boudu
BOCOHT AND OLD.
Depoilur.coiy.d and a goooral hankie t,nrlcn
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
V. BHOSR, l'rc.ldont I P. N KKK, Vice I'realdoitt
II. V. KLL8, Ca.bler. T. J. KEHTII, Am'I Canh.
Hrn. Cairo. I WllUum Kltiire Cairo.
I'otorNofr, William Wolf
C, M. Ontorloh... " ICO. Patter
E. A. Buder " Ill.Wolla
I. Y. Clcmaon, Caledonia.
A (JESERAL BANKING ni HINEW DONE.
Exchange .old and bought. Intercut paid in the
Bavlnga Department. Collection, made and
all bn.mcra promptly attended to.
November 1, ltwl,
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIEK Ac CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth etraat I Paiurk Til
Commercial Avenai v(iI10 ille
.120 Broadway, New York,
of any Life Insurance Company
It alone iisuet
atipuluttng that the contract of Insurance "ehall
not he dliD'Jted" eftor It la three yean old,
and that lucb pollclf .ball ba
I 'aid Immediately,
on receipt of iattf,tory proofi of d.ath
r t'l policy la clear and r ondee, and contalna
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
N. B -RFAD YOUR FOIJCIEH. Compart the
abort and atmplo form uaed by the Eqaltablo with
the long and obicnre contract, loaded down with
tccbulcelluoe tMtid by other compiaie.!
Its CASH RETURNS
to policy holdnn are
N. 11 Seethe many letti-ra from policy bolderi
expranxlntc tboir gratiflcailon with the return, from
tbelr'fonsx Savmaa Friro Poucim.
Kpoatieia of lrn
Assets Securely Invested
' 43 MILLIONS.
Surplus Swnrely Inroted, nearl
ivw tea. nearly
K. A . BUIINKTT. Affent.
Offlce, corner 12th and Waablngtoa
November , ltSL-madw
TIIE FUTURE VEILED
Tim following poem was written ly
Eldor ll. S. Dent), whoever be may he.
Tin poem is much above the average of the
current poetry of the day, and worthy of
reproduction in The Bulletin. It ii pre
faced as follows: "God in His goodness
''veils our future in obscurity. What fu
''ture meetings thnre may be hore, or part-
"ings, He knoweth. It is ours trustfully to
"work on till Hp call us to rest and efr
"mil rewvrd :"
If I were told that I mu.t die to morrow
Tbattbe next tun
Which (lnksshould bear me pat all fr.r and tor
row, "or any on:
What should I do
I tin not think I (bould .hr'nk or falter,
But juet go ob
P0I03 my work; nor change nor itrk to alir
Aught that li gone.
But rli and move and live and imll. and pi ay
For one more day.
And lying down at night for a la.t ileeping,
Bay in that ear
Which barkens ever: "Lord within thy keaplng
How should I fuart
And when to-morrow bring Thee n..rer .till
Do Thou Tby will "
I might not aleep for awe; but pe.reful, tender.
My soul would lie
All ibe night long; and when themorning iplendor
Flushed n crth. ikv,
I think 'hat I could anl'f conld ralmly lav:
"It la His day!"
But, if a wondrous hand from yonder blu.
rleld out a efroll
Ob which my life a writ, and I with wonder
To a long eantury'e end, lis my.tlr. cine.
What ehould I do'
What reuld I do, O.hle.eed Onldo and M.tei,
Other than this
Still go on a. now uot ilower. fir -
JJor fear to mli
T, resd-altbongh so very loig it h- -While
led by Tbee
btep a, "wt fee"n8 " cloae be.lde me -
Throi . Aiorn., throngh (lower., wuhfhnr the
y heavens tevere
Aisnr-d Thy fau wt cannot de.troy -
I may uetkuow, My vod- no h'ni
Alofis'he path a doopenl. "ow .treieheth.
No voice replle ,
To a I my queotlonlug though ,h ,ln,H ,0 ,',n
Aad It la well.
Let iu11 k.'pp on abiding and Infir.
Thy will al way.
Throuu'h a long contary'i repining I'ru lon
Or a abort dsy'.
Thou r auit not ceme too eoou, but I ran T'"
If Thou come late
President Arthur will occupy the white
Iiouhc next Tuesday. F.J. Phillip has
been chosen private secretary, to sunpeed
J. Stanley Brown.
Deputy Auditor Lilley, who was accuiluJ
of accepting money for performing cortsJu
services for mail contractors, has been din
charged from arrest.
Tbo recent storm iu Great HritAin inflict
ed tho greatest damage on the sea wall of
the Frith of Forth, and killed two farmers in
Glasgow. At Queenstowo the gale was the
fiercest known for thirty years.
A froight pool on Colorado business was
formed at St. Louis, Wednesday, by repre
sentatives of all tho roads interested. The
question ot porcontagca will bo fought but
to-day. Tho northern division cUicai 65
Plain and solid eolori are the fajrorUei
tbia winter for children's hosiery, and in la
dies' styles plain colors and hair linei are
liked best. Extremely fanciful hosiery is
no longer considered in good taste.
For the vacant congressional seat from
Rhode Isleand Henry J. Spooner, republi
can, had 8,817 rotes, against 1,11 i for Hen.
lyj. fiisson. Mayor Hay ward was reelect
ed in Providence,
The Russian minister of finance refused
the request of the minister of war that em
ployment be found for army otliccra thrown
out by the reductions of the forces, in order
to keep them from joining the nihilists.
William Jones, who is supposed to have
attempted to rid the world of Duitosu, se
cured bail and rode off on bin sorrel charg
er. Public sentiment is shown by con
tributions for his defense amounting to $800.
The principals in the recent prize-fight on
the Ohio border were arraiinnd before a
justicfl of the peace at jVfrrion and hold in
f 1,200 for trial, which is rquiralrnt to con
finement in the county jail.
A band of four hundrnd IViondlv Oro
Ventres have located in tho timber on the
Yellowstone, about twenty fivo miles from
Gkndive, Mnntana. whinr thoy bring tan
ned robes to market. Many nf the Indians
speck English, and an i-tJ nrnt i mfimbprs
serves as interpreter of the band.
Detective Kocn, of Pink;i Ion's force, after
a lively struggle, captured tin' nfiorimisOook
brothers, horse thiwg, at ShHdnn, III,
They were disarmed and pUred in the
calalxxiw!, but that being deemed ton cold
for their comfort, they were put under
guard of four armed men in the office of
thcTaylor house. About two o'clock on
Wednesday morning the pi isuiieu sprang
through thewindow, ami n ti.veof them
has been obtained.
Says the Pulaski Patriot : ' If there is
auything that th editor of Tn t: Caiho vi,
Liens lik to do, that one tiling i to hold
Cairo up totlie are of the world n. a model
city. Wo will admit that Cairo in a tolera
bly fair town, so fr as cin inustanren w ill
permit; but to say that there in no immoral
ity, except among "the strange wuhin her
gates,' is unjust. That paper, at every op
portunity, gives a free adverti.-u ment to any
stranger, who, while in the town, deviates
from the right path. The more prominent
the person the better, fieveml Article of
this kind have appeared iu The Bvlletik
lately, and not content with the names un
der which they figured in the courts, must
needs spend time and labor to find out
thoir true names, and thin make the dis
grace more complete. If the ediior of that
paper would exhibit a little more charity,
it would be much le tter " The Hru.KTix is
pleased at the Patiiot's frank acknowledge
ment, seemingly reluctantly made, "that
Cairo is a tolerably fair town," but The
Ilt'M.ETIS must deuy it ever e.iid "that
there is uo immorality in Cairo, except
among the strangers in her gates." What
The Bulletin did say uud maintains is
that not less than uiucty five per cunt, of
the criminals t'ie.i lo r-'W our city or
county courts ire peiaons who are not resi
dents of either city or county. In its ef
forts to convince the public of the truth of
this statement in order to prove that the
slurs cr.it upon the people of Cairo by tha
Patriot and other papers In Southern Illinois
were unjust Th a Bulletin has adhered
strictly to the truth, and made it point to
tell as ntiHr ss possible the names and
homes of the men who disgraced them-
seWcs, so that thu Patriot aud other South
ern Illinois papers might ut take it for
granted that the criminals were citizens of
Cairo. Why should Thr Hclletin be
blamed, if giving all the fae.u connected
with the offenses of the men whow uamea
swell Cairo's police record, it happens to
expose to public condemnation inou who
stand high In the society of neighlioring
towns? Would the Patriot Invo Tub Bcl-
lktis look with silence upon the debauch
ery of strangers in this city, knowing that
lach debauchery is charged by the neigh
boring press (the Patriot included) againot
the citizens of Cairo, simply because the
debauchee may bo a high toned hypocrite
at home? If the Patriot would bsve The
BrLLETiV do this, then it will surely be
disappointed, for it- would then '.aye Tnn
Bulletin do that which is contemptible,
and which the Patriot itself would not do.
pljorinore, there are several ways in
which tV rure mL''1 "' drunkenness and to
open their es" to t,in disgracefulnebi of the
hain't, is hy'no ians the IraatrlfrcHml.
judge Kuykcndall, ot' J"1"1""" unty,
was in the city yesterday am? I'"' "
fore business and plcneurc coni'dimd.
Mr. Thomas Whitlock vn in iV't -''
Mrs. Goode, of Benton, 111., is about to"
locate in this city with a view to establish
ing a millinery store and fancy bazar here.
Cadet John Pitcher is in Cairo.
Mrs. Wickwire, of Bt. Louis, and Mrs.
Tulton, of Anna, who have been in the city
visiting their sister, Mrs. A. Fraiier, re
turned to their respective homes last week.
The friends of Mrs. Dr. Marean will bo
ittloaaod to learn that sho i recovering
from the bone felon with which she has
yen affljetfd for the last six weeks.
MEN. WOMEN AND BOOKS.
SUITED IN THE ntTIBEOT OF THE fAIRO
'"The wife of General J. E. B. Stuart is
a lady principal of the Vlrgiuian Female
Institute at Stauntou. It is an Episcopal,
"CHAfif.BS Hcmmek particularly ad -aired
Hawthorns'! papor on "Civic Bauriuet.'
He said one day that be had re-read it
three times for the style.
"QfEiif Elizabeth, of Itoumania, still
clings to the literary career. She has just
published another volume a collection of
novels In verse called ".Sturmo."
"Mm. Amelia B. Edwards' novel, "Half
a Million of Money." has been translated
into French nndar the title of "IHeritage
de Jacob Trepaldeii."
"The sale of "Kathrina'' had already
amounted to 100,000 copies before Dr.
Holland's death. Of "Bitter-Sweet" 00,000
copies havtn been sold."
"It is Ihotight that the photograph which
Mrs. Osrfield will selr-ct to send to Queen
Victoria, will be one which was taken iu
Painsville, Ohio, by a country artist, but
which all his friends who bave seen it think
it the bent likeness taken of the late pres
ident." "The Hon. E. 15. Washburne is living
quietly iu his Chicago home, but is far from
idle. He has luinly been oceupied in the
preparation of a history of the life and times
of (ho Hon. Edward fulea, Hie second gov
ernor of Illinois."
"Mb. Lonofk.I.LOW enjoys telling at bis
own expense, the story that an Englishman
strolled Into his Cambridge home one sum
mer clay, saying, "As ah, there is nh, no
old ruins in this blarsfed country, I thought
I'd come to see you."
"R. L. Stcaht, EfM., of Xrw York, has
made another rich gilt to the Princeton
theological seminary a plat of ground
185 feet square, costing $5,000, for the erec
tion of a house for Prof. I'atton, and n de
posit in the New York trust company of
12,000 for the erection of the. house it
self." "Mb. W. D. Howell's new serial story,
which is to be called 'A Modern Instance,'
a title which, like those of several of bis .
other works, shows that author's fend n ess
for Shakespeare. The scene it laid in a
New England lumbering village, which is
characteristically named 'Equity.' The
heroine first falls in love and practically
brings about the proposal."
"'AcKr Sebena1 It the second venture of
Blanch Willis Howard the lady who has
shone out as a new literary star two or three
years igo in 'One Summer.' She has been
abroad since, VlutTot',vni. to put in the new ;
book the novelties of cbaraUer 'which it
has discovered on both sides of tho Atlantic.
The touches of humor, fine bits of descrip
tion and ivaoily of stjrlo, which made th
future of he: past book one equally marked
in the second."
"Bclwer always wrote in perfect isola
tion. His study was remote, and the least
noise was forbidden. Whil writing the
floor about him would be strewn with books
and papers, and so jealous was he of the
privacy of thia sanctum that few were ever
admitted within its walls. In his latter
days be nevor nave more thau three hours
to composition. After silet.ily eating a
light breakfast he would enter his study at
ten, and regularly at oue o'clock he would
emerge, his work ovor for the day."
"The Lnct;iOFT8Iaiq,uois,"is thelit
is of a new poem by Bcnj. Hathaway, author
of "Aat Life and other poems." Thu pur
pose is to embody the traditions concerning
the origin of the famous Indian confedera
tion known as the "Fiva Nations," and es
pecially in their mythological aspects, as
offering the truest key and standard of In
dian charsctor. It is a work of merit rmt
only as a poem, but also as preserving in at-
tractive from very many of fho fanciful and
fast vanishing myths of the red man."
"Osk, of the most notable books of the
day, and one of especial interest to scholars,
is announced as in preparation. It ia a
translation of Frederic Winkel Horn'a "His
tory of the Literature of the Scandinavian
North, from the Most Ancient Times to the
Present," lately published at Leipsic. The
American edition is to be the joint work of
the original author and Prof. U. B. Ander
son, of the University nf Winconsin. It is
the only book in literature covering the
field, and is brilliant and attractive as well as
exhaustive. It will be an octavo volume of
over fiOO pages.''
"Mr. Flo b kit Browing has ever main
tained, in regard to the details of his life, the
reserve which the world permits to the gen
tleman, but rarely to him who Is also a ce
lebrity. Mr. Edmund XV. Oosse has at last
persuaded him that a biography will some
day be written willy-nilly, and that it would
be much wiser for him togivo consent and
,Viterials for sketch. The poet has yield
ed, Njd The Century will publish the result
in the lb ape of an article by Mr. Oosse, ac
companied by two portraits of its subject.
The more recent portrait it a full length of
Mr. Browning, who, by tho way, with hia
stout, sturdy figure, his somewhat rugged
face, and his gray chin whiskers and mus-
tacho, worn In the American fashion, is one
of the lest dreamy and poetic-looking of