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, CAIRO. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 2G, 1882.
Circuit . I inlet U.J. linker.
Circuit Clerk A. II. Irvtu.
Cotatjf JudKe K. U Vocum.
Comity Clem 8. J. llnmra.
County Attorney J. M. Dsmron.
County Treasure Miles W. Parker.
Hbitrltf .lohn llodtfi'S.
Coroner R. Pltxgurald
County CommlHolunun T. W. Halliday, J.
Ullibs anrl l'ulvr t-aup.
Mayor N.H. Thinlewood.
TrenMirrr T J. Kerth.
Citric Dennis. J, hoUty.
CuuunulnrWm. B. Gilbert,
i Marshal L. II. Meyers,
Attorney William Hendricks.'
BOA HO Of ALUIKMIN.
Kir I Ward Peter Haup. T. M. Klmljroojh.
Second Ward Jextu lltukle, C. N. Hughes. -Third
Ward H. F, Wake, John Wood.
Kourth Ward Charles O. l'atier, Adolph Bwo-
""'tft'h Ward-Ti. W. IJallidar, Krnest B. Pettit. .
A 1RO BAPTIST. Corner Tenth and Toplar
J streets; preaching (Ireland third Sundays lu
rarn mouth, 11 a. m. and 7:30 l. tn.: prayer moet-
I tiit Thursday, 7:p. m. ; Bunaay ecnooi, v:.ju aw
Kev. A. J. IIKSS, Pastor.
"lilPRCH OP TOE RED BEMKR (Episcopal)
Kj PourtAonth street; Sunday 7:00a m., Holy
KuchaKlat; : a.m., Sunday scaool lUMoa.u.
Morning prayers; m.,eeniug rayers. P
B. T. K. Hector.
"MKST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHITKCII.-
H ...li .. iA'Ui a iv In m anri T'ttln. m.
bnMmtb school at 7:30 p. m Kev. T. J. Shores
ITllEKAN Thirteenth street; senrfws 8ab-
I bath 1:30 a. m.i Bunuay scnooizp. m. mt,
MKTUODIST Cor. Elithtb and Walnut streets,
Pr-auhliii Sabbath 11 :U0 a. m. snd 7 :30 p. m,
hnnday School at :u p. m. Kev. J. A. Scarrett,
T)lf ESBYTERIAN Kluhth street: preachliR on
A. Salihuth al u:w a. m. auu i .o" f "
m.;'tln Wednesday at 7:80 p.m.; Sunday School
at S p.m. tier a. 1 . ueure, yuwi.
CT. JOSP.PU'8 -(Roman Catholic) Corner Cross
O and Walnut streets; services bannam iu.au a.
a. ; Sunday School at i p. m. ; Vipera 3 p m.; set
rices every day at 8 a. m. Ret. O'Hara, Priest.
o T. PATKICKS- Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
O aireet aiid Wasnlncton avanne; sflrTittm d
nutti and 10 a. m. ; Vespers J p. m. ; Sunday School
p. m. services every day at 8 a.m. Ret. Masterson
It. 11. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R.
TKAINDrABT. TBANB AWIIVI.
Mail .....8:15 a.m tYall 4:t a.m
tAccom-.latlon,ll:10a.m Express -. ll:10.m
tExpreH 4:J0p.m Accomdatioa..4;05 p.m
MIS CENTRAL B. K.
tMstl 4:.15a.ra ItMall .. 5:00p.m
tEtprwe lU:15amtEiprcB 11:30 a.m
C. it ST. L. U. R. (Narrow Gauge.)
ExproM 8:) a.m I 'Eipra 6: 0 p.m
Accom'datlon. 1 :W p.m I 'Accora'datoln 12:30 p.m
ST. L., I.M R H-
tExprcM U::Vp.ro I tExpreM - 2:W P m
tAccora aation. i!::i0p.m tAccom'datlon.ll:45 a.m
WABASH. ST. LOt IS PACIFIC R'Y CO.
Mall K .... 5:00 ,m Mall A Ex.... :Bp.m
Daily except Sunday, t Dally.
JTXINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Routo
St. Louis and Clucago.
Tho Onlv'Lino Itunxiint;
O DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Connkction
Tiuma Lxat Caiko:
ArrlvlnKln St. Loul :45 a.m. ; Chlcaeo. 8:30 n.m. ;
Connecting at Odin and Effingham for Cincin
nati, Louinvlllu, Iiidianiipulia aud polntB Eaot.
11:10 K.m. Bt. Ixuis and Western
Arriving In Bt. Louis 7:05 p. m., and connecting
for all points West.
4:11J p.m. 'et Kxprras.
tor St. Louis and Chicago, arriving at St. Loula
10:40 p.m., and Chtrago 7:JJ a.m.
A :'JO p m. Clnc-innHti Kxpre,
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Louisville 7:1
a m.; Indianapolis 4:00 a.m. PasKengers by
this train reach the abovo point lii to Jo
UotUS in advance of any other route.
rffThe 4:20 P. m. exprcsa has PULLMAN
m'lKI'INOCAK Cairo to Cincinnati, without
changes, and through sleepers to St. Loula and
Fast Time Kast.
rilSSeilffCrS efn points without any delay
caused by Suuday intervening. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrives In new York Monday
nornlng at 10:35. Thlrty-slx hours In advanced
By other route, ......
ry-Por through tickets and nirther Information,
apply at Illinois Central Railroad Depot. Cairo.
JAo. JOHNSON, J- H- JONES,
Gen . Southern Agent. Tickot Agont.
A. U. HANSON, Gen. Pass, Agont. Chicago
IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE.
TRAtNB LBAV1 CAIRO.
Arkansas and Texas Express... .....11 :80 p.m. Dally
ABItlVN AT 0A1BO,
Expresfl 8:50p.m. Dally
Ticket oulce: No. 55 Ohio Levee. l
U . H . MILBOJIN. Agent.
Q.E0RQE II. LEACH, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
muntof surgical diaeases, and diseases of women
and children. '
Offlce: On lt street, opposite tho Post Oflloo,
pit. W. 0. JOCKLYN,
OPFICE-ElgUtk Street, noar Comiyerclal Avenue
JR. E. W. WUITLOCK,
Omoi-No. 1M OommerclftI Avenae, betwsen
Kghth and Ninth Btreeu
. i' bTXTn IK I
Commercial Avenue and Elfflith Street
P. HROSS. President. I P. NEKP, VlctPres'nt
U. WELUS, CHBhler. T. J. Kerth, Asa't cash
P. Bross .........Cairo I William Kluge... Cairo
Peter Neir William Wolf.... "
C. M Ostc-rloh " ICO. l'atier "
E. A. iiudur ll. Well "
J. Y. Clumson, Caledonia.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE.
Exchange sold and bomrlit. Interest Dald In
the Savings Department. Collections made and
an uuDinee.t promptly attended to.
Qt W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
constantly on band
At Seventy-five cents per load.
a,, uiio 4tfuc ivau.
Tho "trlmmlngB"are coarse thavlngt and make
me nest summer wood lor cooking purposes as well
ae the cheapest ever sold in Cairo. For black
s mi tfi s use Insetting tires, they are unequalled
L.eav mur oraers at me lemn street wood vara
O o t
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE XJ. STATES.
On and after Monday, June 7th, and until turthor
notice thefuriyboat will make trips as follows:
MAVXB LIAVIS LIAVIS
Poot Fourth st. Mlsflourl Lard'g. Kentucky Ld g.
8:00 a.m. 8:30 a.m. 9 a.m.
10:00 a. m, U):30a. m. 11a.m.
8:00 p. m. 2:30 p.m. 3 p.m.
4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 5;00p.m.
2 p.m. 3:30 p.m. p.m
CALR0 AND NEW MADRID PACKET.
TO NEW MADRID.
W. J. TURNER. Master.
LEM. U1LL, Clork.
Leaves Cairo for New Miulrld and way points
every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 9 p, m.
Returning leaves New Madrid Wednesday, Friday,
and Monday at 7a.m.
For freight or passage apply to
JAMfiS MGGS, Agent.
A Now and compinto Hotel, fronting on Lcvoa
Second and Knllroad Streets,
Tb Passenger D 'tiot of tho Chicago, St. Louis
an ow Orleans: Illinois Central; Wabash, St.
Louis and Pacific; Irou Mountain and Southern,
Mobil" and Ohio; Cairo and St., Louis Hallways
are all Just across the si met: while thu Steamboat
Lauding Is hut one aquaro distant.
This Uotnl Is heated by meant, ha steam
Laundry, llydranllo Itlevalor, Klortrtc Call Bells,
Automatic Klro-Alarma, Hatha, absolutely pure air,
period seworaga and complete appointments.
Superb furnishings; perfect service; and an un
Tm P. PATtKKn 6c 00.,IieaMi
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIER & CO..
Cor. Nineteenth street ) PairA Til
Commercial Avenue! V;ttllUf ills
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'8 PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills1
Hhjbest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
STOTE8 AND TINWARE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES'
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS Of JOB WORK DONE TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
COAL, WOOD ICE.
P M.WAUD, .
WOOD, COAL ami ICE,
by the Ton or Car Load, delivered In any part of the
WOOD OP ALL KINDS.
tV Leavo orders at my Wood and Coal Office.
YPl M. BAXTER & CO.,
PURE LIQUID PAINTS, WHITE LEAD
Zincs, and Colors,
No. MTearl Street, NEW YORK.
Our Mould Piilnts are readv for Immediate use on
opening the packages, no oil, spirits of turpentine
or dryers being required,
mrity. we guarantee inoir ansoime nuniy.nuu
ttmlr freedom from barvtea. cliiv. alkului. witter,
benilne, soap and other articles which are used to
adulterate liquid paints,
iAvu.1na f'ut.unltv Tt,nv unlirh eflunn lO SIX
teen pounds to the gallon, and will cover better
anil more surfae than anv rhnmlrnl DalntS or those
containing barytes or clay, as theso add weight
Permntienr.v of Color Groat care has been taken
in selecting colors for tinting, and we use only per
manent colors, consequently our tints oo noi muu.
(!titivtiiiliiri-ji Anv mm who r.an Use a Dalnt
brush can apply these paints, and being ready for
use, there Is uo waste or excess of material, as Is
the case often when lead, oil and turpentine hayo
to be purchased- The colors can always be eiactiy
matched and there Is no necessity of having two or
three shades on the same building, as Is ottou the
case when tints are made experimentally. '
Our Pure Llqald Paints are put up lu small cans
from 1 to S lbs. . and also by the gallon, In packag"
from cans or H, I, II, 8 and 5 galls,, to kegs of lli, IS
and 1W galls., and bbls. of 45 galls. . , .j
Sampla Ovds an Vhm Lists mallod w any an.
THE CONTRAST !
IHiile oilier Baking 1'owdera
are largely aihilternted with
4ltnn and other hurtful drugs,
has been ke)t unchanged in all
its original purity and strength.
The best evidence of its safety
and effertivrtiPSH is the fact of its
huviug weivrd the highest testi
monials from the most eminent
chemists in the United States,
who have analyzed it, from its
introduction to the present time,
lliere are no powders that bear
higher chemical tests, nor any
that show so good results by the
TEST OF THE OVEN.
It is a pure Fruit Acid Baking
Powder. Made by
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and St. Louis, Mo.,
Manufacturers of Lnpnlin Yeast
Gems, Or. Price's Special Flavoring
Extracts, and Dr. PrloeV; Uaiaue
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Chicago, Jan. 25, 10 a. m.
Pork-February, fl8.15; March
Wheat February, $1.32J; March,
Corn February, Clc. May,60c.
Oats January, 43 ; February, 43c;
Chicago, Jan. 25, 13 m.
Pork February, $18.35; March, $18.00.
Wheat January, $1.34; February,
Corn January, Clc. ; February, 61 J4C ;
Oats March, 43?8'c.
Chicago, Jan. 25, 1 r. m.
Pork January, $18.35 February,
Wheat January $1.34; February,
Corn January, ClJc. February,
Oatu January, 43c. ; February, 43 Jc;
New Voiik, Jan. 24, 13 m.
)Vheat-No. 3 Chicago, $1.331.33;
No. 3R. W. $1.48; Red Winter
$1.44o31.53;No3 Mil. $1.40.
Corn-No. 3 70 73c;
The Guiding Star has been chartered by
Will Hays, of Louisville, to make the trip to
New Orleans on the 21st of next month.
She has a full trip now.
Tho Pittsburg from St. Louis has not ar
rived yet ; she is bound for Pittsburg and
is detained by ice.
Tho Vint Shinkle passed 1 down to Mem
phis yesterday from Cincinnati with a big
Tho City of Helena camo up from Mem
phis yesterday morning with a good trip
for St. Louis. She had 143 sacks of cot
ton soed for Cairo. Tho Helena returns
The Seudder is coining out from St.
Louis light for Now Orleans. She will fill
The Oakland and barges have not left
St. Louis yet for New Orleans on uccount
of ice, but if it coutinues moderate she will
The city of Alton will be up to-day from
Now Orleans for St. Louis. Sho follows the
Seudder out from St. Louis.
The City of Greenville passed up to St.
Louis from Vicksburg last night. She re
turns south again Sunday afternoon.
The river isj rising yet, but very slow
with 47 feet two inches on tho gunge.
The indications are that it will be on a
stand to-day, and falling by to-morrow.
But it will take somo days beforo it falls
much on account of so much water being
over tho bank.
Tho Golden Crown is duo up from New
Orleans for Cincinnati.
The P. C. Drown is the next boat from
Cincinnati to New Orleans in the big
O. line. '
The Alice Brown passed down to Mom-
phis with a tow of Pittsburg coal. ,
Tho W I. Halliday is aground at
Widow Beard's, 20 miloi below St. Louis
' : ': 'V-". n: - '': . 1 '
and is not likely fo get off for some time.
The E. C. Elliott has gono to her assistance.
Sho was duo hero Monday night for Now
The St. Genovieve is also aground at tho
Barracks six miles below St.. Louis and is
being lightened by one of tho St. L. and
M. V. T. company's barges. She will
more than likely be out to-day.
Tho Buckeye State left yesterday morn
ing for St. Louis. " She has been laid up
here for a day or so waiting on ice news
from St. Louis. Sho will go as far as
Council Chamber, i
Cairo, III., Jan. 24th, 1883. f
Present. His Honor Mayor Thistlewood
and Alderman Blake, Halliday, Hinkle,
Hughes, Saiip, ttwoboda and Wood-7.
Absent. Kimbrough, Patier, Pettit 3.
Tho Mayor stated the object of the nioet
ing to be, to hear report of finance commit
tee and for such general business as may
come before the council.
The finance committee submitted the
To the City Council:
Your finance committee beg leave to re
port, and recommend as below, respect
ing the payment of claims against the
city, until funds are in the treasury from
the payment of licenses, and taxes levied
for 1881, available for such purpose.
Under the law of 1879 the issuing of
demand warrants upon the treasury, when
there are no funds on hand to pay the same
is prohibited; but, at tho same time, pro
vision was made to porrnit the issuing of
anticipation warranto acmnst any taxes al
ready levied, at tho time of such issuance,
tot te extent of 73 per cent, of any tan
lev.. Such anticipation warrants to bo
pa d out of said tax levy and not other
-vise; and the portion of taxes to the ex
tent that warrants are drawn airainBt, to be
sot aside and held for their payment.
Your committee deems it advisable for
the council to take advantage of this pro
vision of tho law, and provide for issuing
anticipation warrants against the city taxes
of 1881 already levied, to1 meet tho claims
against the city until funds are in tho
treasury against which demand warrants
may be drawn.
Your committee are also of opinion that,
to insuro the receiving of said warrants at
par in discharge of claims against tho
city, tho council should provide that in
terest be allowed thereon at tho rate of
eight per centum per annum from date of
issuance until paid.
To carry into tiled tho recommendation
above made, your committee respectfully
submit for your consideration the following
preamble and resolution:
WnEitEAs, There is a necessity to pro-
vido means to pay and discharge claims
against tho city, until funds are in tho
treasury from tho taxes ot 1881, already
levied, and from licenses to be paid May
1st next, therefore be ;t
Resolved, 1st. That tho mayor and city
clerk are hereby 'authorized and directed
to issue warrants against and in anticipa
tion of tho city tnx;4 d 1881, are already
levied, in accordance with tho provision of
section 2 of an act of tho general assembly
of tho state 01 Illinois entitled : "An act to
"proviiw for tho manner of issuing warrants
"upon the treasurers of any cotiuty, town
ship, city, school district or other munici
pal corporation and jurors certificates.
"Approved May 31, 1879. "In force July
"1, 1879," in payment of all claims against
this city allowed by the council, until de
mand warrants may bo legally drawn in
payment of such claims, in accordance witli
the act abovo referred to.
2nd. That said anticipation warrants
shall draw interest at the rate of eight per
centum per annum from dato issued, until
money is paid over to tho city treasurer by
the collector of Alexander county, 111., from
tlio city taxesof 1881, when interest shall
cease on said warrants, beginning with tho
lowest number and oldest dale, to tho
amount of any such payment of taxes, and
if tho proper warrants to bo paid therefrom
are not presented to tho city treasury with
in 24 hours from the time any such pay
ment of taxes is niado, it shall bo the duty
of tho treasurer to givo notice by publica
tion that funds are in the treasury to pay
such warrants describing, by giving the
lowest and highest numbers of those war
rants that ho has funds to pay, and that in
terest has ceased thcron. And whereby tho
city treasurer shall pay any warrants as
herein provided, it shall be his duty to en
dorse on tho back of such warrants in ink,
theamount of the principal and interest so
paid, for which total amount, ho shall be
entitled 'to receive credit in his accounts
with the city.
3d. It shall bo the duty of the city clerk
to chargo the principal of said warrants,
against tho proper funds in the annual ap
propriation bill, and tho interest paid there
on to the contingent fund. ,
Titos. W. Halliday, ( .
B. F. Blake, Finance
Pkteh Saui . ( Committee.
Alderman Saup moved that tho report
be received and tho resolution adopted.
Alderman Wood called for the ayes and
nays on adoption of the resolution,
resolution adopted by tho following vote:
- Ayes Blako, Halliday, Hinkle, Hughes,
Saup and Swoboda 0"
Nays Wood 1.
Police constable's bonee of Hazard P.
Martin and state and city-liquor bond of
Perazzo and Zanono were road for approval.
On motion of Alderman Saup approved.
Ou motion of Alderman Hughes meU
D. J. Folet, City Clerk.
- ; ' ;:. '
-,;.. . v -'.'.' '.v"'Vi;-l : ''v."-
lie was a shepherd dog, one of the
wisest sort, ami Bruno was his name.
His master, a farmer, told many anec
dotes of his helpful ami funny ways.
Occasionally a neighbor's sheep would
break into tint field where the farmer's
llot'k was fuelling. Calling the dog to a
hill just back of tho houso, tho farmer
would say, "See there, Bruno! Drive
out tlio.so Hhi'iip." As fust as his legs
could carry him, the dog would run to
his work. In a few minutes every
strange 'sheep would bo driven out, but
not one of tho master's. At milking
time, somo one, letting down tho bars,
would sny, "Bruno, fetch the cows!'
By the timo the milking-maid was ready,
tint cows would be in tho yard.
Bruno was fond of romping with the
cat. They were good friends, but some
times tho dog's love of fun made him
rougher than was agreeable. Kitty
would bo dozing in a corner, when,
with a rush, Bruno would seize her by
the neck and whirl her round and round,
until her tail stood out straight. Then
dashing under the table ho would lay
Kitty on the tloor, and sitting upon her
proMnito body, look up at the family as
intfeh as to Ray, "Don t you think . you
ought to applaud?"
If Kitty resented his roiujh playful
ness, 89 occasionally sho dia, somo one
would say, by opening tho door, "That's
enough, liruno; go out!"
Out Bruno would rush, with the cat
In his mouth, and dropping her into a
snowdrift, return to the house as grave
ly ns if sho had caused the disturbance.
A pair of white bantams had been
given the farmer's daughters. Tho
chickens were proud and put on many
airs, especially the cock, who was ns
brnvB as ho was consequential Bruno
delighted to tease him.
Bantam, strutting about, as If mon
arch of all he surveyed, would suddeuly
find himself cnught by tho tail and
whirled by Bruuo around tho yard. No
sooner was the little cock dropped, than
he would lly at tho dog, striking him
with bill and.snurs.
Bruno was' the family pet, and when
old ago took him off, the household
seemed to have lost one of its brightest
11 g 1 m t
Sewing and Darning.
Teachers are much puzzled to find
employment during the Ions hours of a
school day for children wlio are too
young to learn lessons. Some old-fash
ionedtowns compel their teachers to
keep school six hours a day, and during
at least five hours of that period, the
youngest pupils, who scarcely know
their letters, must sit idle and listless,
longing for school to be out.
The Canada School Journal recom
mends that theso little, longing children,
both girls and bovs, bo taught to knit,
darn and sew. This, it seems, is done
in some English schools with good ro-,
suits, and the boys sew as well and as
cheerfully as the girls. The teacher ex
plains the stitches on the blackboard,
and drills whole classes at once in needle
tin t ading, and in tho different ways of
knitting, hemming and darning.
This might answer very well for all
but very young pupils. hat lillle child
ren want and need is ilav. It is cruel
to keep them six hours a day lu school,
or even five hours, unless they aro al
lowed to go out and play very frequently.
Tho young of all creatures delight in
play, and we do most profoundly pity
any child who does not have all tho play
it needs for its happiness and healthy
growth. Tho suggestion of the Canada
tidwolJoumal is, nevertheless a good
one, and worthy of serious considera
tion. k - n. .... .I 3
American uaiue uroau
A New York Tribune reporter recent
ly visited several shippers of cattle and
beef in order to learn the cause of the
reduced exportation of live cattle and
beef. Francis II. Hatch said that the
S resent small exportation of cattle was
ue simply to the fact that there was no
profit in the business. "At this time
last year," said he, "cattlo could bo
bought at ten cents a pound dressed
weight, and could be sola in Liverpool
and Glasgow at 16 cents, which would
pay a profit of about $15 a head. ' Now
we must pay 13 cents a pound, making
a bullock cost about $24 more than last
year. The English market has been
supplied with an unusual amount of na
tive beef, for the reason that short crops
compelled the English farmers to sell off
tVinlr enttlii tn ft frmninr flYtttnt thnn usu
al. The supply cannot last, however,
and eventually prices must go up on the
other side. At present we afo export
ing hardly any cattlo, whilo last year
0110 dealer shipped 10,000, another 20,
000, and a third 24,000 bead of cattle.
One reason for the highor price of cattlo
In this country is the shorj corn crop.
Corn could bo bought in Canada for 20
cents last year, but costs 45 cents this
year. For this same cause farmers aro
sending in their cattlo to market ouly
half fattened, and the best cattle hava
already been marketed.
In Eoyal Life.
The Emperor and Empress of Ger
many see each other as littlo as possible.
It is somewhat curious how few mon
nrehs do get on with thoir wives and tho
wives with tho husbands, for they sel
dom adore each other. Tho Empress of
Austria is seldom seen in society, nnd
when out riding or driving carries a fan,
beforo her. face, even when returning
tlin (rrni'tincra (if hfif rovttl tllllllircrs.
Slio seldom attends the theatre or opera, '
..1 L. . .1 !u. ........ t.
then seen In her box every night Sho
knows onlv one nassion. and that is her
love of horses and equestrianslup. one
has her own especial riding establish
ment, and hero she reigns supreme.
OllU U 111 UllVV M hWUlAWU ruuiu uitvtv
her at a relentless paco around the ring,
having fresh relays of horses evory W
1 . mil n a t a n i iiwti Tit in nuinra .
minutes. She has a plaoo fitted up la
the stablo of her favorito oharger where
sho can sleep if sho feels so disponed,
. 1 ...1 ..1... ,1.. .11... kM
anu w iters buu tiw(ucuuj uur
letters to her privao secretary, while'
her favorite horse looks over from Ma
. 1, 1.1 . 1 . A I L. L ' I.-..,-..!
Biuu anu is paiiu iuuuij w iu uumiuu.
mistress. :.V"'.W 1
T; "ft '