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DAILY CAIRO B ULLET1N.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 21, 1882.
city ortKf rw.
Mayor -N. 11 Thistlewood.
I'ma-un i- -T J . Kerlh.
I'U rk- li nuii'. J, toley.
Ootii.Hi'litr- -Wm. B. Gilbert.
Muniim! -L. H. Meyer.
Yliiirw:) -William Hendricks.
UOAK1) OK I.1ICKMHN.
J,s Wrd - Peter San p. T. M . Klmliroiigh.
, d Ward Iliukls.C, N. Hughes.
I'liir.l U. K, UliiWH. John Wood.
Fourth Ward -Char'.e. O. Filler, Adolph Hwu-
''!oUh Ward -T. W. IU',:l(!v. Ermst B. PH.
f'trctili 1 -I. Hnk r.
Circuit cierk-A. II Irvln.
Comity. Judg II. S Ynoim.
County CIith-M .1. Iliimm.
Cuiitity Mtnrney-.I M. Dimrnn.
County Treasurer-Mile W. Parker.
slusrilT lohn Undue
Couuti'ortiml...ioiicr-T. W. lUilt'li.y, J. A.
(ilhhs mid Peter up.
1AIHO UVITl T . -Ciruer Tu itU and Poplar
VJ.lr.-eis; preaching tlr-t aud tird Sunday iu
.:, moult,. II 4 in. a.'d 7: J. mi I'"'.".""
,,r,,r..Uy.7:..l.. miSunda, ...
fUll'IK'H OK Til K RKI)EEMKK-(Kplscopl)
(j Kimricctith street ; Sunday lw nr. Holy
K-i. hn-iM; ': "-. M"(1y ''boot ",:4 "'
Morning prayers; S:o" p. in., evening raye-. K
p. Davenport, H. T, K. Rector.
PIKM MISSIONARY I1A1TIST CIIUKCn.
i' wMi.gil:Wi....ap.m.. wirt 7:30 p. m.
'... school t 7 Hi p ui Kcv. r. J. Shore.
I r l HKIiAN- Thirteenth 4r:-t ; scrvkei Sab
1 liatb I yt : Sunday s.hoolip.m. KeT.
ill ppe, pastor.
MKTIlolilST-Cor. Eighth nd Walnut streets,
Mji. i.y tv-lmol at y. p. ni. Rev. .1. A- sr.srroll.
) i slur
.l sl'ITKI'.IAS -E'.gLth ctrcet: preaching on
'...-ting Wednesday t 7:!rp. m.; Sunday Scnooi
ti t p. ni. It' v 1. V. Oeottt. pastor.
1 !. .. . Al 1 i ' -' r - .
. r.i.i. t....n. fkihiiilri Ctirncr ('ru..
S and W:imt .tr..-rt; m-rvkii Sbatli I0:.)t.
,,. ; Mind h'-l i V- i Vc.pcr. 1 p. m. : r
,lf ,rr'day t n a m. He. O H.ira. I'rk-Ht.
L'T I'M'KlcK'S- 'Koimii C'liolic)C(jn.i;r Nlr.lh
0 if,;ct and Wt.hlnirt.jn tvume; trrvlcet Sab
oat b t tnd 1" a m ; V.prt 3 p. n..; Bnndjy Hrhuo
1 ,.. iu. n -rvK-c. cv- ry day at t m. K. M.iiU-pmiii
I!. It. TIMKCAUK AT CAIIiO.
ILLINOIS CENTHAL H. K.
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Accom'datolu p t
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tKxpri' U m tKxpri-at - -!' P
t'n!i.m uaiiun. : P m I tAcrom'datlon ll:4Sa m
WUUSH. ST. LOl IS PAt IK1C K'V CO.
Mali' fci .... V.ui-un 'Mall A Kl... . t:-M P m
Daily fjcvpt Suuday. t Kaily.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL B. II.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and (lucao.
Tho Onlv Lino HuiiTiin
') DAILY TKALVS
Makino Dikkct Connkction
W IT It
Tmin Lba Caibi.:
::1T it in. Mnil.
ArrlvlimtD St. Loiiiutt 4rt.m.; Clikaiio.H:; p.m. ;
(otiticct.nit M Odintnd Kimislmm for Uuclu
nail. l.(mivlllt'. liidiaiiiipolm and pidtitt Js.ai-1.
1 1 :K it.m. Ht. IjOiiiw iiml Wfttem
Arrlvini! In Ht. UoiiIh 1 :0S p. m., tnd connecting
for all ptnutt Went.
AiliO p.m. Kiit K x !
J or St. Loul and Chlcnijo, nrrlviii at Ht. l.oiilt
(l:K)p.m..tnd CliliKi!o7:J'i in
p tn. Cinoinniitl lOxpr.'HH.
Arrlvini; tt Clncln.mtl 7:() a.m.; l.oinavUlc 7:
a m.i IndlanapollH 4:(l a.m. I;W' T. I V
thta train retell Hm ahovn poltitK 1 .J lo
llul'KS in tdvante of any other routo.
HT-Thc 4:an p. m, oxprcut h t'L'LL.MAN
M.KKI'INO CAK Cairo to Cincinnati, wltno'it
chanset, and thrnnuh limpet lo St. l.oul and
Fust Timo Fast.
caiiaed liy Sunday IntcrvetiliiK. The Saturday after.
noon train from Cairo arrive. In nuw Yo'k Monday
TioriiliiK at l::iT. Tlitrty-tlx hour Iu advnnrcof
UV otner route. ... , . .,
JfKor I linxttrh tlckel and furlhur Itiformatlon,
tl' ilv at IMinoia t oiurai niini i..-i..i.. mr...
.(An. .tOllNHON. J II. JON KM,
lien. Motilhiirn Aut'tit. llcket Anent
A. II. HANSON, Oen. I'a. Auent. Chlcairo
m Phvsician and Buroon,
Hpec.liil atletillon pnltl to tho Itomonpathle treat-
... .. u.....l.i..l illjaudii. a.ift ttla.iuaoa fit w.ilii.in
1111111 i'l aiirnii'ii ii.mi.'wi.i'D . "
tnrt clilltlnin, , ,,
onini! Oil K'.h ttroct, oppotllu tho I'oat Ollluo,
J)U. W. 0. JOCKLYN,
OKI'li'B- Blirhth Htroflt, tiotr Cotnu tf ll Anne
QU. E. W. WHITLOCK,
0fftoi-Nn. 1M Commercial Ayenne, hotwtan
KKhtb and Ninth HUMta
() W. W HEELER,
ANTIIHACI l'K (,'OAIj
Summer Wood and Kindling
r.on.tantly on bana
At Svfiity-rive ccntM per load.
S t a v o Trimmings
At one dollar pr load.
The "Irimralngp" are toar.e hav1n(i and make
th bt.t cummer wood for cooking purpoana a well
m the eheapat ver told In Cal;o. Kor black
tnlih't u.e itmettlnif tlret. tbey are nneqnalled
Leave yuor order, at the Tenth ttrvot wood yard
a T t
C E i-'
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
IT! REE trdPto STATES.
On and after Monday. Jun7tb, and ontll Inrtbar
notice thefenyboat will make trlpt at follow.:
MATH LIAVII LBATII
foot fourth tt. MtMouri Land g. Kentnrky Ld g.
8 :t0 a m.
10:00 a. m.
2:oO p. m
4:"' p. m
8:W a. m.
10:30 a. m.
2:30 p. m.
9 a. m.
J;0X) p, m.
1 t. m.
TUB II ALLIDAY.
A Now and i;ompii'to H'-tt'l, frontlntt on Levee
Th l'aa.encor I) pot of the Chicago. St. Loula
an' ewOrlean: IUlnol. Central; w atan. mi.
Loni. and I'aclrtc; Iron Mountain and S-'tithern,
Molrleand Ohio: ( uir and St. Lmn Kailwaya
are all Juxt arm., thn ftri-i-t; while the Steamboat
l.ati'tn c la tint one oiuare dtatant.
Til t m Holel la heuled hr atHam, ha tteatn
Laundry, llvdraullc Klevutor, Klectric fall Bull.
Automatic Flro-Alarm. Hath, absolutely pure air,
perterl ewerane and toinpleto appointment.
Superb furiii.hlmjaj perfect aervicc; and an un
Ii. 1. PjVUKKH Ac CC)..Ijh?b
Coinmort'ial Avenue and Eighth Street,
K. BUOSS. President. I P. N KKF, Vice I're'nt
II. W'ELlS, Cashier. T. J. Kertlt, As'tcsh
P. Bros Ca'ro I William K'tiao. .Cairo
I'e er Nell' " William Wolf.... "
C, M Osterloh " 1 CO. 1'iitlur "
K.A Under " I H. Well "
J. Y. Clctuf on, Caledonia.
A OR NEK AT. BAN' KINO UUSISK88 DONE.
Kxchango m'd and bought. Interest paid In
tho Savliiis Department. Collection made untl
all iHisluu promptly attended lo.
Jf KW.YOUK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TltH CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIER Ac CO..
Cor. Nimitoonth itrftet Caivn 111.
UiimmurcialAvoilUtf vIMI v, 114.
8TOVK8 AND TIN WAKB.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES
Manufacturer ot nnl Dealer in
TIN, COI'PKIt & 8UEKT-IH0N WARE
ALL KINDS Ot I0B WOHK IXJNK TO OHlitfK.
NO. 27 EIOHTU STREET,
Cairo. - - Illinois
yfl 31. BAXTER & CO.,
PURE LIQUID PAINTS', WHITE LEAD
Ziucs, and Colors,
No. S2 Pearl Street,
Our Liquid Paint tre ready forlmmedlate neon
opetiltiK the packaires, no oil, eplrttt of turpeutlne
or dryer Ijeitii1 required ,
I'unty We guarantee their ab.)l'ite purity and
their freedom from harytes, clay, alkalis, water,
benzine, soap and other article whlcb are used to
adulterate liquid paints.
Covering Capac'ly. Tbey weljih fifteen to six
teen pound lo the gallon, and will cover better
and more surface than any chemical paint or those
containing baryteor clay, as these add weight
Pennanencr of Color Oreat care has been taken
In .electing colors for tinting, and we use only p r
manent colors, consequently our tint do not fade.
Conveulecce Any one who can nee a paint
brush can apply these paints, and being ready for
us, tlre Is no waste or excess of material, as is
the case often when lead, oil and turpentine have
to he purchased- The color, can always be exactly
matched and there 1 n necessity of having two or
three shades on the tamo building, as is often the
case when tints are made experimentally.
Our Pure Liquid Paints are put up in small can
from 1 to i lbs. , and also by the gallon, In packages
fiotn cans of . 1, i. 3 and S galls., to kegs of 10, 15
and tr Kails., and bbla. or 45 gall.
Sample ''sjdaan Vce lw mailed to any ad.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'8 PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELl
P'CKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Speoialtv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
COAT, WOOD ICE.
WOOD, COAL and ICE,
by the Ton or Car Load, delivered In any part of the
WOOD OF ALL KINDS.
I & L nvo or I ir at my Wood and Coal Office.
Hulbert Bros. Wholesale Pri-e List.
4 Piano, 7 oct., square, rosewood, curved,
agraffe S'- 00
7 Piano, upr. "H oct., cabinet grand IT 1 00
13 Organ, 4 seta reeds, U stops it grand organ Ml 00
08 " tl set reads, 1.1 stop, emptor, ntb-bas 7:1 00
Our Piano and Organ warr luted flrst-clasa.
2 Violin outfit, box bow, Hiring, complete.... 3 00
" cromona model, extra lino 0 00
4 Accordeon, A keys, baa box, line tone 1 00
" 10 " 1 top, 3 etreeds, perfecfi 00
7 Mouth Organ, Vicuna concert, 24 hole 50
U " Genuine Kleiner, 10 boles, O.8. 24
11 " " concert double 24 hole " 1 OH
II Clarionet, genuine Martin, 0 key, boxwood S 00
17 Fife, In ebony, German silver ferule.um.. Ml
10 Music box, t tune, crank, fine 1 10
III " g tune,, wind with lever, large 85 00
20 Violoncello, patent, machine head, good.. 10 00
21 Double Buss, patent licnd, 3 or 4 strings.. 21 00
24 tiultar, mnplo, machine head, fine llulsh.. 4 oo
27 Banjo, 10 Inch, 4 brass brackot 2 00
28 Cornet, brn.es cornpoeon style case Aciooks I) (0
80 Drum, brass, Prussian, Ornamented 0 00
Gold violin, guitar and buujo string 'II. Bros.' 15
Hllvor " " " " " " " 10
8,ut,l . i 5
Gut. Russian, Oertnan or Italian, best quality 15
I UH'rnction Books Howo'i or Winner, any
Having just made a good trado for lot) Singer
Sewing Machines, will tell them for $25 each while
Money Is quite safe In common letter If plainly
Term strictly cash with order. Will tnko
Agent and dealers tend fur our 10 page Catalogue
On above net wholesale twice agent can make
100 percent profit.
Call on u when you come to St. Louis.
Meferencoi: Any bank or wholutalo hour In
Iliilbett Bros. Is the only General Wholesale
Music House In St. Louis.
m Olive Street, Halnt Loul, Mo.
THE CONTRAST !
While other Jinking fouuhra
are largely adtilterntvd villi
41 inn and other hurttit driiyx,
has been kept viiehanred in all
its original purity and strength.
The best evidence of its safety
and effectiveness is the fact of its
having receiced the highest testi
monials from the most eminent
rhe mists iti the United States,
who have analyzed it, from its
introduction to the present time.
There are no powders that bear
higher chemical tests, nor finy
that shorn so good results by the
TEST OF THE OVEN.
It is a pare Fruit Acid linking
Powder. Made by
STEELE & 'PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and St. Louis, Mo.,
Manufacturer of Lupalin Yeast
Gems, Dr. Price' Special Flavoring
Extracts, and Dr. Price's Uuiaua
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Chicago, Feb. 23 10 a. m.
Pork March, 17.20; April, 17.40.
Wheat-March, l.2i.(. April, 1.28..
Corn May, C2,sB'c.
Chicago Feb. 23, 12m.
Pork-March, 17.00; April, 17.22;a
Wheat March, 1.2G?' ; April, l.28'B
Outs May, 42':.
Chicago, Feb. 23, 3 r. m.
P..rk-Marcb, f 17.15; April, 17.37'.
Wheat-March, 1.26, ; April 1.28.
Corn March, 57; May, 02.
Oats-March, 40J4'c; May, 43;'Jc.
Nkw Youk, Feb. 23, 12 m.
Wheat-No. 2 Chicago, 1.24 1.20;
No. 2 R. W. 1.33'4')i ; No. 2 Mil. 1.33
f1.3"i;U. W. l.2tl(ji37. .
Corn No. 2 O'OO.
The weather is clear and cold. A strong
wind from the northwest prevailed early to
day, but the atmosphere was comparative
ly calm this afternoon and evening.
The floods throughout tho country, and
the general interference with railroad trains
thereby, has apparently stagnated business,
and dealers are anxiously waiting for a
subsidence of the waters of tho rivers.
FLOUR Unchanged; very little doing.
Prices continue about the same as at the
opening of the week.
HAY Tho market is very quiet and
movement exceedingly light. Receipts
CORN The market rules sternly but
quiet. Orders como in slowly. Prices
OATS Quiet and weak. Transactions
arc very small.
MEAL Firm and unchanged.
RUTTE It Choice is a little Bcarco and
in active request.
EGGS Firm and unchanged. Receipts
nro not large but tho nupply appears to bo
ample for the demand.
CHICKENS Tho supply in market is
small and demand fair at previous quota
tions. APPLES Tho demand is almost entire
ly to till ortlers.
POTATOES Tho demand is fairly sup
plied and the demand mostly local.
Salon and Quotations.
NOTE. The prices hure given are for salu from
first band I a round lot. An advance Is
charged for brokuu lutsiti fining orders.
Sort Various grades, on order.., 5 50,17 Ml
sun bbi. clioicu a vr
Kill bbls. fancy tt 4jA Ml
too hhl choice
S cars choke. IB IK)
Scar tirimo " 1 JJJ
Scars choice red top m... ' U
1 cars choice mixed ' w
n car mixed, In bulk on track..
2 car j choice white in bulk
'1 car in bulk on track 45
1 car mixed In bulk 45
No. 2 Red. tier till ...
No. 2 Medltiiranean .
() nbls City
Its) hhl Country.
Ron n tl lots
CUT AND GROUND FEED.
Oat and hay mixed, perewt 1 A'i
" corn " l 70
Corn for fowls " , 4 )
S00 pounds stric tly choice Northern roll. S''Ui
K pound" Southern Illinois ii)
& Hi pounds good northern roll 25U.2
TURKEYS AND OEESK.
1 coons live choice.. ,.
2-0 pounds dressed..
1 coops geese
5 coops o'd hen
5 coop, mixed
.2 lrx&.'l 00
N) 1,1,'s choice..
am sck Michigan peach blow...
100 bhl. " I'eachblows
200 bbls Early Hose seed
Per bill n
50 bhls. common
50 bhls. fancy Michigan
50 bbls choice
Per barrel 7 S'VJS '0
. C. llaui ...
Clear sides. .. .
. I i'l
2'4 bushel burlnpt.
tl bushel '
5 bushel "
Oranges, rholce per ho
Lentous choice per box
Peaches, halves and nuarti.-rs
.4 00(14 50
.3 754 50
Calf, Green 12
Dry Flint choice iran
Dry Salt , y,Ml
Green Salt rV&7
Sheeo Pelts, dry 1o.,t40
Sheep IV Its, green W.H 0i
Common Lugs T.Vft.'t HO
Hood lugs 3 ri(Ki& 4 oo
cwLeat. 4 7.'x 5 o0
Medium Leaf...... 5 5out n (
(,o 4l.eaf U .Vf U iC
HATES OK FRCHHIT.
Men phis,. . . .
Performance of a Somnambulist.
A curious psychological study U af
fordod by tho euso of n young bid of
fourteen years, whoso iierforinimees
when asleep are certainly marvellous.
Tho lad's name is Martin Frobischer,
it n 1 it is said of him that from his ear
liest boyhood ho lias boen the subject of
somnambulism. Ho lias a decided (tal
eitt for drawing, in which urt he'lins
lat fly become quite interested. This
exercise has taken such u hold upon tho
boy's mind that he rises iu the night In
a completely unconscious state, and will
continue to work on an unfinished piece
of drawing with as much skill and dex
terity ns though he weru awake. Tim
other night ho pot up and drew a head
from a cast which ho had drawn on pa
per during the previous day, on the wall
of his chamber. In conversation with
the boy's father, the latter said, "I can
understand how a somnambulistic sub
ject can go through certain mechanical
motions, but it is inconceivable to mo
how the boy is nblo to draw with such
perfect attention to every detail to put
expression into an eye, for instance, and
spirit into a face." Ho exhibited some
very clever drawings by tho boy, par
tially tlono, as he declared, while tho
little fellow was in this remarkable con
dition. He Is very desirous that tho
casu should have the light of a scientific
Mrs. Simple says her husband pomes
homo evenings with chalk dots all over
him. Ho tells her that lift gets them
front a school-master friend of his with
whom ho wrestles for fun and exercluo.
boiiie one had belter tip her the cue.
"No, I shall leavo my wife nollilng,"
Bald old (iriblw, 'sho always had her
will, and now I'll have mine." Louis
villa Courier HTTtf, . (
Utilizing Rough Ground.
On many farms there aro portions of
land that cannot bo plowed without
great difficulty on account of ravines or
stones. They may be seeded to grass
and used for pasturagfo, but it is haril to
cut the grass that grows on them. This
broken land may generally bo utilized
totxcellent advantage by planting it to
crops that require considerable room,
(iranes do well on rocky and broken
land, if sullieient pains bo taken to pre
pare the places where tho vines are to
bland. Quito a largo hole should be
excavated and partially filled with man
ure and loose earth. A rocky soil is
ordinarily warm and well drained by
tho spaces between tho stones. Many
of tho best vineyards in Europe aro
located on land so broken and rocky
that it cannot be made to produce pay
ing crops of grain, grass, or potatoes.
Tomatoes can also be profitably raised
on broken land. The vines require con
siderable space in which to spread their
branches. There is some trouble in
preparing the hills, but tho warm loca
tion and good drainage will generally
insure largo crops that ripen early in
the season. Pumpkins, melons and
squashes may be planted on broken and
rocky land to most excellent advantage.
As the hills should be about ten feet
npurt, but little dillictilty will be found
in making them. Excavations can bo
made with the spado or pick if necessary,
and nearly filled with suitable manure
and fine earth. The large space between
tho hills will require little attention ex
cept to remove tho weeds, which will
not bo very troublesome in a poor soil.
If a farmer has largo tracts of broken'
and rocky land he can scarcely do better
than to plant it to forest trees, giving a
preference to those that will produce
Freaks of Gamblers.
Enough has been said about the super
stitions of gamblers to fill volumes, but
the subject will never be exhausted so
long as the passion for gambling exists.
Among tho "Gleanings from Monto
Carlo" have recently appeared tho fol
lowing instances of the lunacy to which
gamblers are subjected:
"A well-known Italian Marchesa never
sits down without a talisman in tho
shape of a tiny glass bottle hidden in
the palm of her hand and containing a
live insect: and one of the most indefa
tigable votaries of roulette, a Paris
banker, positively declined, a few
months ago, to commence operations,
and returned to Nice, because a ticket
bearing the number twenty-nino had
been given him at tho door in exchango
for his overcoat.
"Last winter two habitues were talk
ing of a common friend of theirs, who,
one of them remarked, was in deep
atlliction on account of tho death of his
"Very sad, indeed," observed tho
other: "I conclude that you ascertained
tho necessary particulars and profited
"I did and I did not," replied tho
first speaker; "that is to say, I found
out that tho boy was 81 years old, and
that he died on November 30, at 6 o'clock.
Naturally I played pretty heavy on these
numbers eight, thirty and six ono
after another, and then what do you
"They came up,"suggested his friend.
"Not they. That scoundrel of an em
ployee the thin one, you know, with
the hatchety face actually brought up
twenty-seven, my pet number, three
times running, and, of course, I was not
on it. Can you conceive- anything
Vaocinating Prima Donnas.
Ho tit Uipltin Irctfo tii Iroculi'.el Is Mad.lpMa.
A well-known physician of Philadel
phia was verv busy tho other day with
various members of .'Tor Majesty's Op
era Company. The fear of small-pox
was rampant in the breasts of prima
donnas ami tenors, bassos and chorus,
and even the gallant manager and his
brawny son were waiting their turn in
the green-room of the Academy of Mu
sic for inoculation with tbesafety-giving
virus. A Press reporter tells tho story
"You must bare your arm, Miss Jueh;
I assure you it will not hurt you in tho
least, a little tingling sensation and all
"I cannot allow you to disfigure my
arm, Monsieur," was Mile. Jueh's ex
clamation as she drew back with pretti
ly feigned horror from the doctor. "How
can 1 look pretty on tho stage if you put
those great ugly scars on me; no, I will
not have it."
"Rut, Mademoiselle, pnnsiderthe risk,
small-pox would disliguro you alto
gether." "Rah! Perhaps! But nevertheless
you shall not spoil my arm; if you insist
on vaccinating mo well, you must do
it on a place whero it will not bo sceu."
Tho doctor argued, but in vain, and
flnnlly the fair soprano suggested that
the inoculation should bo made on ono
of tho main supports of her body when
in tin attitude of prayer; the portion of
the right lower limb'known to the stu
dent of anatomy by the Latin name of
yunhus. Plainly, she would bo vaccin
ated in ono knee. To this the physician,
after some demur, consented, and tho
operation was performed. "Now if it
swells," said tho prima donna, as tho
medical man bowed himself out of her
presence, "I will hate you always."
Each member of tho opera troupe,
while anxious to be insured against tho
dread disease, had his or her theory an
to how tho lymph should bo applied to
their bodies. Several wero willing to
allow their arms to bo punctured; tho
majority, however, especially thoso of
the fair sex, Insisted on being vaccinated
on tho least conspicuous part of their
persons. Tho knee, tho calf of tho leg.
tho wrist, the foot, and even tho back of
tho neck hail Its advocates, and general
commiseration and condolence Is the
order of the day. Del l'uente wits one
of tho wrist choosers, and (tight of the
ladle v of tho company bared n lower
limb tor tb wound of 1M tiny lanett. -
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