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CAIRO. ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 28, 1881.'
CI rcnlt Jnd go I). J. Biker.
Circuit Clerk A. U. Irvln.
County Judge B. S Yocum.
County Olerk-B.J. Humm.
County Attorney J. M.Dmron.
County Treasurer Mile. W. Parker.
County Commissioners T. W. Halllday, J. A.
Globs and Peter haup.
Treasurer T J . Kerth.
Clerk Dennis. J, Koltry.
Counselor Wm. B. Gilbert.
Marshal L. 11. Meyers,
Attorney William Uendrtcks.
I BOAKU or AJLUBBMl.
Hirst Ward-Peter Banp. T. M. Klmbroagh.
riecond Ward-Jene Hlnkle.C. N. Hugh...
Third Ward-B. Y, Blake, John Wood.
Vouna Ward-Charles 0. Patler, Adolph Bwo-
'"infth Ward-T. W. HaUldav, Ernest B. Pattlt.
CAIRO BAPTIST. Corner Tenth end Poplar
streets; preaching first and third Sunday. In
c.b month. 11 a. m.endTjSOp. "MP"
U fourteenth street: Banday 7:00 m . J Holy
Ewfawlil; : m., 8ondy school , 10:45 a.m..
Morning prayers; 8:U0p. m., etonta reyeri. r.
P. Davenport, 8. T, it. Hector. ',-
T.11KST M188IONABY BAPTIST CHURCH
FpreKhliiK at 10:80 e. tu., 8 p. m.. and VJt) p. m
Habbath icbool et 7:80 p. m Het. T. J. Shores,
f CTHERAN-Thlrtaenth street! services Beb
L be tu 1:30 . m.i Sunday .chool 1 p. m. Met.
f ET0ODIST Cor. Eighth end Walnut '
1 . ...... il . M ind T AO D. in.
ivj. rreecnins doo -w '
Knndav School at :00P. m. HV. J. A.Bcerretl,
meeting Ve4needayat 7 ) p.m.; Banday School
.tin Si Rav H. V. George, DM tor.
yaitheth mil m. lu. auiu w r v .
CT. JOBEPU-B-OloinM Catholic) Corner Cross
O and Walnut street; semen. "u"" v:7
n.; Sunday School at p. m. ; Vespers I P. m. . ser
.rr duv at 8 a. m. ltev. O'Hara, Prleet.
...T,tmmi o . r.tl,nllinnrner T7lnth
0 .treet and Wa.hlnRton inwj1e
oath b and 10 a. m.i Veepm . 1 1 p. iSfltenSa
1 p. m. .ervlce. eery day at 8 a.m. Kef. naatereou
R, R. TIME CAED AT CAIEO.
TUI uirwr. i.nm
v..i :1Sa.m tMall .4:pia.m
tccomdauon.ll:10a.m B xvrM--:--"i"?;?
tKtpreM 4: p.m Accomdatio..46 p.m
MISS CENTRAL R. B. '
..... j k . m i .. S:0OD.m
tKxpreM. ... 10:15a m tKxpre. 11:80 a
P.AHT. L.R.B. raerrow ueuge l
I'Brpro 6:90 a.m I Kpre-. JfP'
r i . I a Atn'r1tifr)n 19:71) D.
Accom 0&UUO. 1 ,OQ l.Hl I w
J 8T.L.. I. M.
t H x pro.. 1 :w a.m T b. i pre.--; j ; - -
t4ccom oauon. :S0p m tAceom'datlon.n.45a.
orr cr t nrru A PArTPIC R'T CO.
Mall Ki .... 5:00 vm 'Mali A Bx.... 9:30 P
f Daily except Sunday, t Dally.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line Hunnint?
6 DAILY TRAINS
O Ifrom .Cairo,
Making Direct Ookneotion
Arriving In St. Loul.9:45 a.m.: Chicago. 8:80 p.m.
Conn.'CtinR at Odin and Bfflngham for Cincin
nati, Loal. ylllo, ludlanapolii and polnle Bat.
11:10 a.ux.Bt. Ixui and Western
Arrlvlnijln 8t.Lo47K)5p. tn., and eonnectlmt
(or all poinia Weat, ,
4:UO p.mi Fast Kipreei.
JorBt. Louia and Chicago, arriving at St. Louli
10:10 p.m., and Chicago 7:20 a.m.
4:iiO p.m. Cincinnati Kxpr.
ArrlTlne at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Loui.ftlle 7:80
a.m.; Inaianapolle 4:0U a.m. Vumawtt J
thi. train reach the abovo point. XH to J
UUUH8 in advance of any other route.
nr-Th4:80 p. m. expre.a baa PULLMAN
hLKKl'ING CAK Cairo to Cincinnati, without
change., aud through eleeperi to 8t. Lonla and
Fast Time East.
Ji ASSeill;eiS era polnu without any delay
i... u.. v.miniin Tha UBtninlKV after.
. f- t . '!-,. a-ltta. t nnur VnrW MnndiV
morning at 10:8.. Thirty-ate hour, in advance of
may oiniir rvu, ...
tVVor tbronsh ticket, and farther Information,
enu v at lllinm. i onirai nauroau ihuv, ,irw.
JAB. JOHNSON, J. H. JONK8.
e. Honthom Agent. Ticket Agent
! . A. H . JO AN HON, Oo . Pa... Agent. Chicago
IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE. s
Arkansaa tndTexa i Expro...... IrtJOa.m. Dally
I 4BR1T1 at oxmo,
Bipro. 11:10 a.m. Dally
'ncket ouico: no. osuniotievee.
U. H. MILBURN. Agent.
Q.E0ROE H. LEACH, M. D.
N I Physician and Surgeon,
" 1 Rpocl.l atUntlon paid to the Homeopathlo treat
ment of .urglcal dl.ea.ei, and dlieate. of women
Offlce: On 14th itreet, oppoilte the Poit Office,
f liro, lit.
J)R. W. 0. J0CELYN,
iFFIOK Eighth Street, near Ocrmnverelal Atenne
R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
i Omo No. 1M Commercial Amu, hetweep
PROPRIETOR OP 8PROAT8 PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR T0N.WEI1
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leyee,
MILL AND COMMISSION.
2 ALLID AY BROTHERS,
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
HkheBt Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Q W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling;
coneunUy on bant
. STAVE CLIPPINGS
At Seventy-flve cents per Io4d. -
At one dollar per load.
The "rlmmlae."are eoart.ihavlnBaand make
the beet aummer wood for cooking pnrpoo.e at well
ae the eheape.t erer cold In Cairo. For black
.mita'a nee tnaetung tiret, uey are nnequaiiea
Leave yuor order at toe Tenth aireet wooa vera
3 H C
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE liil STATES.
On and after Monday, June 7th, and nntn further
notice the ferryboat will maxe tripi aa louow.s ..
jmi uirst uuybi
Foot Fourth it. Klaaourl Land'g. Kentucky Ldg.
10:00 a. m.
1:00 p. m.
8:80 a. m.
11 . m.
CAIBO AND NSW MADRID PACKET.
TO NEW MADRID.
W. 3. TURNER. Muter. "
J. K. MU8B, Clork.
r Le.vee Cairo for New Madrid and , way 4olnU
every Tueaday, l'hnraday and Batardaj at t p. m.
Returning leaves New Madrid Wednesday, Fiiday,
nd Monday at 7 a.m.
rftelKhtMPMWQG8, Agent. '
COAL, WOOD ICE.
WOODj; COAL and ICE;
bj tbt Ton or Car Load, delivered In any pa
WOOD OF ALL KINDS.
OT" Leave orders at my Wood and Coal Office.
rpHE CITY NATNOAL BANK
W. P. HALLIDAT, Pre.ld.nt.
H. L. HALLIDAT. Vice-President.
TH08. W. HALLIDAT, Cashier.
s. st Alts TAYLOB,
rBMBT L. BALLZD.T.
S. I). fTOIXIMSOR,
W. T. BALLOUY, 1
R. B. CtTHHtXeHAB,
Eichimre, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND BOLD.
DeposlUreceWed and a general banking ba.tneta
8TOVKB AND TINWARE.
gTOVES! STOVES 1!
ALL SORTS,1 SIZES AND STYLES
Manufacturer ot and Dealer In
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
AIX KIKDB OF JOS 1V0BK DONE TO OHDKBrH
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
NEW YORK STORE,
-WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THE CJTY.
GOODS SOLD. VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIER & CO..
Cor. Nineteenth street) flflirn 1 Til
commercial ATonne j
yM. M. BAXTER & CO.,
PURE LIQUID PAINTS, WHITE LEAD
Zincs, and Colors,
No. 62 Pearl Street, - NEW YORK.
Our Liquid Paints are read for Immediate use on
opening the packages, no oil, spirits or turpoutine
or dryers being required,
Purity. we guarantee tnoiraD.oiuie uumj iuu
their freedom from barytos, clay, alkalis, water,
bensine, aoap and other articles which are osud to
adulterate llouid paints. ..,
Covertnt Caoacltv.Thoy weigh fifteen to six
teen pounds to the gallon, and will cover better
and more surface than any chemical paints or thoso
containing barytes or clay, as theso add weight
without body. t . .
5rmn,nr.v of Color Great cars has been taken
In selecting colors for tinting, and we use only per
manent colors, consequently our tints do not fade.
Convenlonce.Any one who can o.e a paint
brash can apply the.s paints, and being ready for
n. thuM la no waste or excess of material, as is
the case often when lead, oil and turpentine have
a na nnnh.Mit. The colors can always be exactly
matched and there Is no neoe.sity of having two or
three shades on the same building, as Is often the
case when tints are made experimentally.
Our Pare Liquid Paint, are put np tn small cans
rWim 1 tn ft lha.. and also bv the callon. in packages
from cans of 1, 8, 8 and 5' galls., to kegs of 10, 18
.-A an w Khla nr MR crttlla.
Die jarae ana "nxe tiisu mauvu io.m u.
(Jt M. ALDEN,
yoBtsa sail Of
, Grain and
Boom Ho, 1, np stairs tn Cnkl's BnUIIug,
Ho. (0 Ohio Levee.
. 1 i
Blood Poison Inp, Scrofulous Ulcers and
Itching: nnmors, Abscesses And -Glandular
f-AD POISONING fiffiSST
1 crncDtco with bad burner on hands and neck,
ed by lead nol.onlne. die', a n.lnU r.l At time
oulo break out. crack open, and the .kin tepa-
1 from tbo fluhh In lariru Dlisnea. .ufTLTinir Drn.t
itlnn.l Itching and itTnirln. Purchased vour
nedleaj niied Cutlcura liesoivent Internally, and
tlcura and L'Utlcura Moan oxtitrimllv. and in Ikh
in three month effected a complete cure, and has
t been troubled since. Corroborated by Dullard
Fo.tor, dr.ggl.to. Keaoe, N. U.
reatest on Earth dZ.
lira Uemedle. are the gruateit medicine on earth
id tbo womt case .alt rheum In tht.eonnt Mr
other had It twentr year., and In fact died from it
believe Cutlcura would have aaved her life. M
rm.. bream and bead were covered for three years,
'bleb nothinir relieved or cured nntll I niuid tha
utlcura Insolvent Internally, and Cuticura and
!uttciir Soap externally.
Peftl'ioaio " Carpentor, Knq , Tlendonion,
ASUIItSl?i N . T ., cured of P.orlasl. or Lep
roy, of 20 years .Undlng, by Cuticura Resolvent
internally, and Cutlrnra and Cuticura Word extern
ally. The mo.t wonderful cae on rocord, Cures
certified to before a ju.tlce of the peace and prom
inent citizens. All afflicted with itching and scaly
dl.eaBus should send to ns for this testimonial In
Rlllt ftllOTlTYl Thofe who have experienced
OiUl lYIItllm the tormenU of Salt Uheum
can appreciate the acony that I pndurcd for years,
nntll cared by the Cuticura Resolvent Internally,
and Cuticura and Cuticura Hoap externally.
MRS. WM.PgLLINOTON, Sharon, Wis.
The Cuticura treatment for tbs core of Skin,
Scalp and Wood dlaea.es. consists In the Internal
n.oof Cuticura Resolvent, the new blood purifier,
arid the external use of of Cuticura and Cptlcura
Soap, the great skin cores.
fricc or cuticura, small boxes, doc; larzo boxes
II. Cuticura UooolveDt.il
Soap, 25c. Cuticura Hhavln
Ro.olvent, $1 per bottle.
Depot, WEKKS A POTTEK,
Sanford's Kadical Cure,
Hear head and volee, easy breathing, sweet breati
per roc t smell, taste and hearing, no couch, no cho
king, no dlstre.s. Tbo.o happy conditions are
brought about In the severest cases of Catarrh, bv
that most agreeable, economical, speedy, safe
and never falllnaspec'fio. banford's Kadtcal Curo.
Complete and Infallible treatment, consisting of
one bottle or the Radical Cure, one box or Catarrh,
al Solvent and one Improved Inhaler, all wrapped
In one package, with treatise and directions, and
sold by all druggists for $1. Aak for Banford't Rad
ical Cure. General Agents,
, WEKKS POTTER, Boston, Mass.
BATS. xtlCR. TIOACH
lull ai d m.lfK AM.eut
die. ao fear or bad
smells. Barns,- gran a -ri
'B and boasehiilU. of
ten cleared tn a single nigbt. Best and cheapest
Vermin Killer In the world no raunre in so years.
Every box warranted. Bold by all grocers and
drugglets. Auk fr Parsons'. Mallod for 2Sc. by
tuiva (I ruiicn. nonion, jnuas.
The V C. Brown ia due up from New
Orleans for Cincinnati to-day.
The Guiding Star will bo here to day
from Cincinnati for New Orleans.
The W. P. Ualliday was due up from
New Orleans last night for St. Louis. ,
The City of Helena will be up to day
from Memphis for St. Louis. ' .
The Annie P." Silvor is the next boat
from St. Louis for New Orleans In the An
chor line. She leaves St. Louis to-night, ,
The John A. Wood, with big tow of
empties from New Orleans, passed up the
Ohio yesterday for Pittsburg.
The Vint Shinkle passed up to Cincin
nati from Momphis yesterday morning
with a good trip.
Tho Andy Baum, from Cincinnati, passed
down to Memphis last night with . a good
trip. She returns up tho Ohio again next
Tho Ste. Genevievo passed down to
Memphis last night from St. Louis with
a good trip. She returns to St. Louis on
TUo City of Greenville is due to-day
from Vicksburg for St. Louis. She has
cotton for.the Cairo and Viuceuncs wharf
boat. ' ('""''
Captain Dunlap, of Gray's Irp'n lino, is
in town and waiting for tin Ifbrt Age, com-
incc from Fittsburg with tow of iron rails
for Bird's ToM and St. Louis.
The B. S. Rhea came down from Nosh
yille with 25 tons of pig iron for reshlp
ment to St. Louis. Sho took back to Nash
vllle a big trip of grain from Cairo and
Four government tugs usod in making
soundings came up from the lowor Missis
sippi, two to be repalrod on Ilallidny Bros',
docks and two goes to Mound City to lay
The Gold Dust, from Vicksburg, passod
up to St. Louis. Sho loft 000 bales of cot
ton for the Cairo and Vlncennos4 Tho
Gold Dust will be hero again Friday night
from St. Louis for Vicksburg.
The new steamer, City of Baton Rougo,
came out from St. Louis with ' big .trip
and' after adding about COO tons loft for
Now Orloans. Captain Blxby is in com
mand and Mr. James Elton has chargo of
CARD FROM WARDEN McCLAUOREY.
Joliet, 111., December 22, 1881. To the
editor: I am notified ' by the mayor of
Quincy, that thero hag not been a case of
email pox in that city for years, and that
the order of the prison anthorities 'quaran
tining against it does that city injustice. .
It la possible that similar information,
upon which was based this restriction
against visitors from other localities was
also erroneous and if thereby an iojustico
is done your city the authorities beg to ex
press their deep regrets.
In consequence, however, of the increased
rumors concerning the spread of the disease-
into many country localities the order
has been made general, and persons desir
ing to visit prisoners must bring certificates
from medical or other authority that the
disease does not exist in the locality
whence they come, and that they have not
otherwise been exposed to it.
" Very rcBpectfully,
R. W. McClauohrkt, Warden.
Mr. W. C Jackson is in the city. ,
Miss Cora Stratton is still improving.
Mr. W. E. Gholson ' is confined to his
roera by slight illness.
Ilr. Lon Daniels, of Chicago, is in the
city on a visit to friends and on business.
Mr. Peraborton Pierce, who has been in
the city for severs days visiting the family
of Rev. Scarrett, left for, New Orleans yes
Mrs. Ayres and son, of tna, Wis., are
in the city spending the holidays with their
relatives, the family of Mr. John McEwen.
This report is from the editor of the Mil
ford Square, Pa., Bucks Co., Patriot: St.
Jacobs Oil sells like hot cakes here. Mr.
Chas. Iluber, living near Spinnertown, suf
fered with rheumatism for a longtime and
nothing would cure him, until he used St.
Jacobs Oil. After three applications not a
trace of rheumatism was left. I could re
port dozens of similar cases.
A Olever Crow.
I have had toy Australian piping crow
for about two years. At first ho was
quite unoducated, and rather a disrop
utablo looking party, but, with good
food and oxcreiso, his musical talent
soon developed itsolf. He began with
the first part of "The Bells," then he
got off perfectly the trumpet call of
"Cease Firing,1' "Charley is My Darl
ing," "Nix My Dollio," and he is dil
igently at work at "God . Bless tho
Prince," and has tho first part fairly
: wuUlV, Uu liohesrnnI onttiuj like
dog, und seems never tired of moniue
after a bull of crumpled paper and
bringing it oack and putting it into
one's hand and waiting for another
throw. He will tumble about on tho
floor and play more like a monkey man
tlmaa bird Ho will get iuto a slipper
wilh a string tied to it and allow him
self to bo coached round and round the
room, holding on all tho tiruo to the
string. Sonio time ago wo wore troub
led with mice, but "Poter" soon brought
thorn to a sotiso of their situation. Ho
fuiTotod them out, chased them, killod
thorn, and, having duly washed them In
Ids wntor tin, hung thorn up to dry,
picked them, a:id Hv;i4,ovod them. It
requires great porsovorance training
thoso birds. Thoy will oat almost any
thing. Sonio days ago our bird swal
lowed a pioco of glass, and for two days
aud nights was very ill, moaning piti
fully: but ho at last brought it up in tho
usual way hawks and owls do. Ho is
now quito recovered and in full song.
A Nice Little Jackass.
. Yesterday nfiornoon a small lad rodo
up nml down tho streets trying to soil a
little jackass which be twaft riding. .
"How much for this beautiful jackass?"
ho shouted, at which thoso along the
stroot gave a broad smilo.
"Is he gontloP" asked a borsoman.
"Jnst liko a shoep," said the boy, and
a momont later tho animal landed him .
clear Into the crowd.
- "Aint he awful funny?" romarkod tho ,
boy as ho got up. "Dud learnod him ,
that trick," and thero was a smile on
lilu fiwtA tltaf. urnnM lintrn rlnnn prnilit. trk
"Oh, he's a daisy," conUrWffuU tbo
lad; "full of vhiogar and snita; can't
tiro him out,','
lloro tho nfolinal gavo him a kick in
the stoaoh ftnd kcclod him In the .
Always trying to show off bofore a ,.
crowd; 1 learned b!m that trick for tho
fuir," contlnuod tho lad, trying to sup-.
press his toars.
Nobody wanted tho jackass and tho
boy, mounting, rodo to tlionoxt corner,
whoro about the snnm performance was
repeated. All day long ho rodo up and
down tho stroot, extolling tlio gouilo
quallllp of the jackass and picking
himself up from the mud every tinio ho :
was pitched off. Ho stood up to tbo
rack with as tniioh foititudo as Cami
hlanca on (he deck of tho burning ship
until ho finally got a bid of $3 for tho .
jackass. This soomod to entirely flat- -ton
out tho boy's grit. Ho was thrown 1
from tho jackass for tho last tlmo, and ,
turning homeward left the animal in
tho stroot as ho romarkod: ' '
J 'Have I boon 1 yln' all day and wrcstlln1
with tho mud for a $3 inuioP I wouldn't t
go through such ' a deal again for 1
Slmughnossy'B big trottor." Salt Lake .
Tribune , ,
Offlcoof MNow Yorkifc Balto. Trsnsporta
Having boon troubled for some time with
a bad cough, I had occasion to try a bot.
tie of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. In less than
24 hours, I was entirely relieved. I recom
mend this medicine to all mjr friends, for I
shall not bo without It in my family. '
. . ; E. W. Stesyeb.
A Modem Primer,
' I- " ,
See tho Lamn-Post. Bv lis Dim R ivs
you can Behold thuElootrio Light across
the Street. Thero ia a Lamp-Post. Per
haps the Lamn-Post would Fall if it
Were not For tlie Mad. At any Rate,
the Man would Fall jf it Were not for
tho Lamp-Post What is the Mattor
with tho Man? Ho appears Disquieted,
lie Is trying to Work his Boots up
I lirouirh his Aloatu, llo will nave a
Hcadacho to-morrow and Lay it to the
Tho Girl p scratching her Back
against the Donr. Sho has Been eat
ing Buckwheat Cakes. Her Beau thinks
she is Dclicato, but .he has Never soon
her Tackle a Pluto of Hot Cakes on a
Frosty (Morning. : Cakes bad better
roost High whon sho is Around. If we
Were tbo Girl we would wear Sand-
I'n nor lining in the Dress, and not be
Making a Hair-Brush out of the poor
Door. , . ' .
Hero wo Havo a Baby.. It Is compos
ed of a Bald Head aud a pair of Lungs.
One of the Lungs takes a Rest while
the Other runs the Shop. One of them
Is always On Dock all of the Time. The
Baby is a Bigger man than his Mothor.
He fikes to Walk around with bis Father
at Night. The Faihor does most of tha
Walking and all of tho Swoaring. Lit
tle Girls, you will Never Know what
it, is to Bo a Father. .
The Peach is Hard and Green. He is
Waiting for a Child to Cpme along and
Eat him. When he , Gets into tho
Cbilds' little Stomach be will Make
things Hot for that Child. The Child
Who eats the Peach will bo an Angel
before he Gets a chance to eat another.
If thero were No green Peaches thore
would not be so many Children's Sizes
of Gold Harps in Heaven.
v.' -; '
Behold the Printer. Ho is Hunting
for a Pickup of half a Lino, llo has
Been hunting for Two Hours. He could
havo Sot tho half Line in Twenty Sec
onds, but it is a MaLtor of Principle with
Him never to Set what be Can pickup.
The Printer has a Hard time. Ha bus
to Bet typo all night aud Play pedro for
the Beer all Day. We would like to
Be a Printer were it not for the Night
-This is the Man who has had aNotico
in tho Paper. He is stopping Higher
than a Blind Horse. If he had Wings
he would Flv. Next week the Panor
will say the Man is a Measly Old Fraud, f
and the Man wiU not Stop so High.
The sorry Spectacle is ji Plumber
Ho Is ragged and Cold aid Hungry
Ho is Very, very Poor. Vffeuvon S?
Him Next Spring he WJ1 be Very jp
rich, wear Diamonds and croadcloa
1113 If liu .14 fl WIUIJ uww-w(
Sho will bo able to Move a tho Fin
Circles by the Time the Weitjjer tun
Warmer ana the ransies tuoqu agaj
I lure is a Castlo. It is the lomej
an Editor. Unas stainea tiiais
Hnwa nrl Ma.hnca.nv fltalrwata.
front of the Castle Is a Fark. , ft ij
swcotP Tho lady in tho Park Isth.f
or 8 wife, bao wears a Uostly 1
Velvet trimmed with Gold Law
thero are Pearls and Rubios in
The editor sits on tho front it
inff a Havana Cigar. His lit
ron are'playing with diamonc
on tho iossolnUid floor,
can afford to Livo in Style.
Sovonty-Fivo Dollars a ml
Hero wo navoa Piooe
Gum. It Is White iind Si
it awhile and Stick it on
Side of tho Mantel Piece. ,
girl will find it Thero
... WW 1 1 ll -i
awniie iiersou, ana mi
In this way ono Piece
wer for a Whole riir
Gum is no Good, Pul
Chair for tho Minisf
Boau to sit Upon.-
A lady In Bath
alarmed by droami
holding her wrls
lug to scroam ,
Sliof at beinJ
tLe influonoo of tho d
insr her loft wrist, and
was Inadequate to releaV
td coll her hostess or no
cidod, for hor terror
spuechloss as she had
awakoulng. It could not
of her friends had Lbeizod
sport; it was too rigid a clas
boon contlnuod some time, m
hand was oold (and numb. B
sho should bo ablo to speak
ment she found tho rnlontloss gr
that of nor own rignt liana, a
easy to withdraw from its twin
lon, so dosporato had become Its
liath (Me.) Times, .
How Flutes Cross the Elver.
jtature, in an article In regard to
tho swimming of savage people, says:
"Tho Indians on tho Missouri! River,
whon they have occasion to traverse
that lmpotuous stream, invariably jtreai
wator just as the dog treads it." Ou
A'iutos practioo tuu mothoa of swl
ing. We havo' frequently seen' ther
crossing the Corson River in this war
in the early days. , Squaws, youngsters
and all marched , directly across ,tti'
stream. However, before starting S,
the squaws and children took in each
hand a stick a piece of dead willow or
cotton woou from tour to six , foot In
length. Holding thesq sticks upon the
water, luey wauia movo their bands
forward alternately, at the same time
treading water with their feet,. In this
way the water only occasionally carao
above their ihouldors. Virginia Vitjf
B Ightlt and Ninth Btmi