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CAIRO, ILLINOIS. Fill DAY MORNING, MARCH 21, 18H2.
' ' 4 4' j. '1,1. .
; City Oincers.
Troaioirer-T i. Ker'h.
Mar.bal-L. II. W'tf'VirW.
Attorney of AU)(IIUiKR.
i,.t Ward-Pet "!' T- M Klmlironuh.
?HTw.rd-I5. F. B!.. John Wood.
Founh JV'lSd-ChirUi 0. P.tler, Adolpn 6"-
od. ...'. IT It. lll.U. Krne.t B. Pattlt.
ClrcllCl..rk-A. U. Irvln.
County Jodie-K. i ocutn.
Cniy Aiiorii-J. M. Mmr.in.
County Trrcr-MiUi w . rax".
Mierlir Jobn Iiodgi.a.
.roncr-lt K(UL-rtt.d Halliday, J. A.
Coun'j Oo.naW:ouor-T. W. nmuuy,
(iU'tM atd Vewr m'"P
.! r iPTf ST Cornr Teutb and Poplar
... d.ootu. 11 T-J VhoolfmSO ....
ln Tlmr-day, 7.I'. raKllA,a: uKs. Pa-tor.
i-M'ncn 05 THE RKDKSMKHWEptacopel)
MIUhT M18MI0NAKV BAmST CHCKCnj-
l ito, i 10.50 ... i p. KS;
lJat Kuuol at ! "
l trior , uk.
I I I'M F KAN Thirteenth tneti wWI
..tfriii.niKT-C.ir Eighth and Walnot .treet.,
Miulay Smooiat t:'P-m-
Tp . B.Y.Jeore,PMtor.
f vry ay i ,. -v
I-. every day at 8 a. m. rUt. 0 Hr. i i
J . - . r' nr rni'ii.
OT. TA rKlCK-S-fH-.mn CtlioHe)Corarji
o.tt tod 10 . in.i V8?prt p. m. -. B 4
K. K.TUKCARD AT CAIRO-
Hll... S:i3jn tMll -4 "
t u.ron.MtH.n.ll :W .m Kl..r.- " ;
lE,rvB 4:p.iu I Aco.ujauou... P "n
Jll8 CENTKALR. K.
Mill 4.V...H. I M.1I SAIp.m
C. 4 HT. L. H U. (Xnrrow iaitce J
F.li)r!'...- . lv.n.m j Kipr :-f ?
i i u ik It
t.ec..wnoo. :p.in I tAcci.m 4lin U 'm
w-Ativsn. 8T i.ovis r. ific u y co.
MMI ...: Uiv ! 'Mull :lyl'-m
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. U.
Sliortcst and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Oalv Lino Hunnint;
9 DAILY TRAIJTd
Making Dirkct Connkotion
Train L Ca'ijo:
3:10 i rn. Mail,
Arrlvlnir In Rt. LoiU:43.m.j Cuicci.H:SO p.m.;
CouiiectiaK l Odlu ud B!nlim for Clucin
nu, LoalavlllB, Indiniuipoli and p"lntn fcwt.
11 lO ix.m. St. liOui rtul Western
ArrWnifln8t.I.ouU7:0Sp. m., and cooocctin
for all puiuia rt'wi.
4;SO x.m. Fast Kxpr.
.nret. Loula aud Chicago, arrlvip at St. Louis
10:40 p. ju., and Chit ajjo 7:20 a.ta
4:'JO p.m. Cincinnati ICxprons.
Arrlvlns at Cincinnati T:i a.m.; Louiarllle T:eo
a.m.; lndlauapoM. 4-M a.n. I"V?RS,.T
t. Win roach the lovo polntt li to JO
lloCfcs in advance of any other route.
-Th. 4 -eft tn. etprwaa haa PULLMAN
,ffllNOCA,K Cairo ?o Clnclnn.il. wl.ho.t
rhanirea.'aAd throuuh aleepcrato bt. Lonla ano
Fast Time East.
P.. oanti renvu h7 thU Hue K tlinnuh to Raft.
llSSCIUXCl 8 ,' t.oluta wlthont Any dnluy
rauaed hr Sunday InterreninB. Tho Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrive In new Yo-lt Monday
nornlug at Ki:&. Tnhrty-ilx honraln advance of
y other ronte,
lV"ror through tlcketa and further Information,
ait at llllnola Culral Railroad U.-pot. Clro. .
JA8;.IOUN80N, J. 11. JONES,
Gen. Houtharu Agent. Tlcaot Agent.
A.n. aA'fON.on. ran. Agont. Chicago
WontWfAl Invention. -
METAL TIP LAMP WICK.
. jAtonUd Dcp. "Hi, 111110.
ThU Wick glre a BHllUnt While Light, anporl
or U . r.-qirc no trimming and In.u for ma
nv month., lii tho Oil "a ',"t 'h,i . Plc,ii1.
Wick. Vina. 3 wlcka. K cH. 14 Wlcka. .5et.a. HI
Wlcka, 7.J0. Henthymllon rorolpt of P ley.
Staio kIib. Wo iavo four 1 a, No. 0. No. 1.
fcnflft toAgenta MKTAL TIP LAMP WICK
00.,NCoarMantt Ht.,New York
J)R. W. C J0CFLYN,
OFFtCB-RlehtH Ptrcet. naar Oomc wnlal Aanno
It. B. W. WHITL0CK,
Ornug-No. 1M OommotQtal Avenuq, botweon
JtKnlb and Mnttt Htrouui ,
C W. VVIIEKLEIl,
Summer Wood aud Kindlinj;
eonat&Mly on band
At Scventy-flvft centa per load.
At cue dollar p;r load.
.The "trlmmlri."are ei)arharinifa and raak
the beat anuimcr wood for cooking purpose a well
the chvauftKt ir f .ld in Cal.-o, Kor black
mllh'a aim lnfeUiug tlr. Vhi.-jr are ncoquulled
Lvevti TOor i.rdurH .t tbe Tenth alreut wiind vard
fjAlRO CIT FERRY CO.
THREE .seJ. STATES.
On and aflsr Voadey. T'.h. and nntl! tnrthei
notire tnefuriytHjal nlilBake trip, ae folio :
Mini LCAVia MATca
?Mit Fourth at. Mionrt Land'g. Kentucky Ld i.
H:on . m.
10:00 a. n.
i:00 p. m
10:10 a. m.
t ap p. m.
ii'i - n.
. 3 p.m.
I r. m
T1R If ALL IDA T.
A New and complete H -tcl. fronting on Lcroe
Second aud Railroad Street,
Th PaMMitfiT D -nnt of tho Chlrseo. St. I.piile
ai'-" Orli-in: Ililnoi" Centml: WVih, Kt.
l.oui and I'ai-llk; l.on Mountnln and S -nthern,
Muh'lii and Ohio; Cnir and M. Lnma Itnuwaya
are ll Jut acroft the atruo; : while tho Steamboat
Lauding I l.at one eeiur.i d'atanl.
Thm Hotel 1 beaiod hy atiam, baa ateam
Latinrlry. llvilraiilic Klcvator. Klectrlr Call Ilella.
Ant.imatlc Piro-Alarma. llarhn. aholntelv pure air,
perfect aewerago and uimplete appolntmenta.
ltrl) rurmabinj;; peju-ct aervlce; ana an nn
Tj. I PAUIIKR Ac CO.JiaaePi
Commercial Avcnnonnd Eilith Street,
F. moss. Pr!dcnt.
U. WKLl.8, CibIiIvt.
I Tt'.J. Kerth, Aaa'l caah
T. Broiia Cairo I William Kmeo. .Cairo
I'e-erNrff " Wlllinm Wolf.... "
('. M Oaterloh " I C. 0. l'atler "
U. A. Ruder " I II. Wells
J. Y. C'lemron, Calcdoula.
A GENERAL RACKING RUSINKH8 DONE.
Exchaugo .old and bought. Intnrert paid In
the Saving Department. Collection, made and
all bu.inuaa promptly attended to.
JifEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1KU &00.,
Cor. Nineteenth .trail 1 PnivA Til
Commercial A'ffuue I tUUUj XU
REPORT OF TnE C0NDITI0K
CITY NATIONAL BANK
OF . CAIRO,
at Cairo, lu the State of Illinois at the cloiu of
Marcb lllli. 1882,
Loan, and dlacouuta ,
L. H. Ix.nda to aecure -Irtuln-
I" ri. tH.ndaon hand
Other atork. Iwnda aud mort-
Pun inwo approved rv.erve
Due from other uutlonal hanka
Due from htulu Imuka and
Real eauitr. fl.rulture mid fix-
Current expenaaa aud taxva
V .Id m .
Cbe.ka and other canh ltenw..$ M
Hill, of other Hank
h'ri.i t Unial par cum'uey,
nirk.-U and peuule. 200
Kilv.r b,7uo3i. !
l-gal Teiid.-T tiotea .. 2u,0Ol)
Redemption fund with I". S.
Tn-aviiror, 5 per ceut. of cir-
One from l". M. Tifa.urer,
other than .1 per cent re-
$ 411.4-! 7S
r 51.474 V)
00 7117 SM
2 000 00
Capltalatotk paid in f W.WO 00
Kuridna Knnd l'.i)u ii
l ucllvlded l'rodta 17
Ji ational bank notra unt.tand-
lug 45,000 00
Indivldaal dt-poU aiihject to
check A-Tyi W
n.-iiiniiilf'urllflmtc.ofdepocit, M.TVrt M
Iue to other national bt.uk, 41
Due to Mate buuka aud
ba-ikon 29.1J2 7-- S!I.Mt i;i
Note i.ud bills re-diKountud oo.ix. no
Totai $7i"7,!0l tw
State of Illlnoia county f Ak-sandur. .
I, Thoa. A', llolltdity, Cashier of Jl.e above mimed
bank, do solemnly .wear tint the above .tatemciit
la urn to the beet of my knowledge and Iwiief.
Tho. V. I.aij.iiiaV, Cashier.
Subr-crtiu-d andaworii t belorc mo thi Ititli day
r .March, l.?!. M. J . IIowlc?.
11. II. CrxsixoiiA. )
0. . Williamson, VDIrectora.
II. II. t'ASDKK. I
Crrr Cl.fRK'a Omri,
Caiiio, III.. Jlar. 17th, 1CHJ. t
Public notice In hereby L'iven that ouTuearisv the
lfih day of April A. I) 1, a general elecliou will
lie held hi the cltv of Cairo, couniy of Alexander,
rtateof Iliinola, for the election of one alderman
for the regular term of two year from each of the
live wa da of tli. cliy.
Kor the purpose of .aid election pole will he
opened a' t lie following named place., viz:
In the Flrt ward at tho police headquarter In
rfHr ol Mra. H.n White", uulldlng corner of Mlxtn
u t and Ohio levee.
Iu the rtrrmid ward at the cnjlne hpu.eofthe
Roiii)i and Itrady flrcomiai:y.
In the Third ward at the engine houae of the
Ilioeru an Art. company.
In the Fourth ward, at the Court Honae
And In the Firth ward, at the engine boueeofthe
Anchor tire companv.
Maid election will I'm open at elzht o'clock In the
morning, and continue open until aeveu o'clock in
the afteruoon of eani a day.
; M. WAKD,
Y00D, COAL and ICE,
by tho Ton or Car Load, delivered In any part of tbe
WOOD OF ALL KINDS.
fas' L fare ord ira at ray Wood and Coal Office.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES
Mnnufacfurcr ot nnd Dealer in
TIN, COPrEU A SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK DON? TO ORDER
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
PROPRIETOR OP. SPROAT 8 PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR T0N.WEL1
' Oar Loads a 8peoialtv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leyee,
. OAIHO, IJUWWOI8.
The weather ia clear and cool. The
rftins of Sunday have started the upper
riverB on a little boom again, but it !s not
likely to more than chock tho rapid fall at
this point of half an inch an hour.
The market lor grain continue Bctive
and transactions would bo lare if supplies'
Could be obtained.
FLOUR Tho demand ia good for low
grades and family iothur grades ore eay.
Stocks are ample fur the demand.
HAY Receipt, are light and tho dc
maod in active to lill oratra.
CORN Tho market is entirely bare.
There wt, at one timo this w!ek, not a car.
load rffjrin. Prices oro firm and the de
mand in active
OATS Tho demand is fair and supply
MEALRound lots, city meal, is quoted
f:.80, and good demand.
RUTTER Scarce and in active request.
Notenouh choice arrives to supply the lo
KGGS The demand is only moderate
and stocks ample. Prices are quoted life.
POULTRY Rfiodpts of chickens find
ready sale on arrivil.
POTATOES Transactions are only to
meet ttie retail trade.
APPLES Very few offering and not
Sales and Quotations.
NOTE. The price, hero given are for .ale. from,
flrat baud. In round lot. An advance 1.
charged for broken lot.inflHIngorder.
3M Varlon. irraden, on order...
0 bbla Choice
:) bh:.. choice
.. 5 rVS 50
.. SOllfl 1A
...4 fc.r. 15
It. I'll.. A ............ N
-Jo0 hbl. XX
l'Hilbl. low grade
fl cara choice tlmoihy.
1 cara prime 1
1 ear. choice red top.
i cara rood mixed
i cara gilt edse .timothy
5 car mixed, tn hulk on track ....103,70
:cr choice white .n hi:lk 7:iti75
i care mixed la tack. del...... . 7i
S cara cho'ce In balk on track
4 car mUed in hulk
Sicar. mixed In tack, del
No. i Red, Tier htt
No. t Mudiuiranean
,v) hl.la City ronnd lot.-.
I'M bbla City
1 1052,1 u)i
MOpopnd. strictly choice Northern roll.
4 mi pound Southern Illinois roll
J-flO po.iniU good northern roll...nm.
Goo pound, gut taxed pacicua
4H1 dor.cn .
TL'KKEYS AND GEESE.
live choice. ...mm
5 coop, old hen. A 25
Scoop, mixed 2 75&J 10
0 coop cuoiee dciiih.n.. . 0 iu
(0 I.Wa choice 3 0ft3r 15
loo .acka MM....1 So
50 bnch. Michigan poach blow. 1.10
KllhliU. " lVnchblowa...M 3 so
SUOburh. Early Rot.e.eed
rorbbl - 10 00
50 bbla. common J J"
30 bbla. choice ....5 005 M
Per barrel 7 50&S 00
Tnb-wa.hcd mm m 8l(fl.l7
Tierce ...- t
Drea.ed - i7;i
Plain ham none
. C. llama M
Clear aide. N Ijl'i
St. John ! M
Oblo River I
8V4 bnabel burlap. .4
5 bu.hel " t R
Orange, choice per bor. mm. .4 nftV US
Lemon choice par box.'. 3 714.1 &U
DRIED FRUIT. ,
Peachea, halve. ano i.iartara,.... tlt 4,VJMi
Applea.brlght - i'
Chorcenavy 4 5
Cholc medium w
Choice, Factory , J
f -.....'.........'..... w
Dry Flint choice ".
. .....MM......... ......... .
Sliuep 1'ciu, .ruuu m.
' ,11 , ,11 m.
(Common Lug. .........MM t . . .
,...ti 75a 00
:t mi, 4 )
...4 7.7n 5 H)
,...5 Nm h :o
tiotLcaf . .
RATES OF FRHIOIIT.
Troubles 0 a Cabinot Officer.
One of our reporter IukI a )!caant
chut with Secretary Folger, mid itr tho
Couino of tho conveiNatiuri usked hitti
hw ho liked Li.i new position, in reply
the reni:il Mieretary nuid It"' found di
pensing pfitronapre very liiiTen'til. f:rm
fxpout;iiir the law; f!r, in tins l.;tte
cane, lichd the ads of liis pivilevt'sors
to guido and as.ist him, but as oeeretary
of tin.) treasury hit had, to it greht (".tent,
to depend koIcIv uHin his im n n.sotircos. -"You
liave no idea," ho continued, of
the troubles that beset it cabinet otlicer.
Take, for instanee, tho appointment of
a man to a collectotshlp. Half a ihweri
delegations call upon me in belialf of as
many difleront eand'elatcs, and it is ex
ceedingly hard soniet'mies to discrimin
ate in favor of (he proper person for tho
tlace, asoaehsido presents uch pinnu
le shoiving iu ils ww n favor, and makes
the superior merits of its own candidate
so conspicuous. I did not know heforo
that n case'eould have so many sides to
it. And il'to-enis us if each s'ufo. is made
Ktronger as the .struggle Hjecoine.s nioro
inton.so by tho determination and per
sistency of the various advocates."
Roston has 12,800 gas-lamps, and 7,
C87 of them wero broken l:r-t year.
Adam misled one of tlm luxuries of
life. He couldn't laugh in his sleeve.
A south Florida Inko ia said to contain
enough alligators to build a fence around
it four feet nigh.
Mining on tho CnniMoclc lode has not
been so discouraging in the past decade
I5y a now fast mail service all points
in Florida will be reached twenty-four
to thirty-six hours sooner.
The oil production in the Allegheny
field has reached a daily average of
The Mississippi house of rcprcrn!a
tivca has passed a bill to prevent tho
sale of tobacco to minors without an or
der from their parents or guardians.
A "jsuhool" for tho instruction of Erie
railway brakemen in th; un of tho
Westinghouso. airbrake is to bo estab
lished at llornellsville.
lit' (Sold Hill, New, houses and lot.s
which a few' years ago were vnltie.1 at
from :.000 to $5,(W each are being
It is said that an angle worm cannot
dig more than one inch pcr hoiir, bwthe
is always an inch beyond the shoved
when you want tish hail.
Agricultural Commissioner Hawkins,
of Tennessee, is making arrangements
for experimental tots of the effect of
commercial fertilizers on tho crops iu
every county in the Mate.
Union Springs, N. Y.. the home of
Courtney, the oarsman, is the homo of
l'hu'lie l.rnckway, who claims to be H'W
years of ago. She never rode ou a rail
An angry woman in Newport, R. I.,
threw a fork r.l her son. It lodged in
his heel, making n slight, wound, which
resulted in gangrene, from which ho
died in great agony,
Swedes and Danes are said to bo col
onizing in Florida. Already have nine
hundred settled in Orange county, and
are proprietors of projit.iblo orange
Jefferson Davis' daughter Varina is a
great belle in theSotilh. Sim is pale, slen
der and reserved. At a recent ball sho
appeared as the Margravine of Ueiruth in
a rose pink velvet and Kntin cofiumo.
In a breach of promise recently tried
nt Dublin the first, love letter read by
th plaintiff began as follows: "it any
one roads this except Miss Helen Mc
Nulty I hold him accountable before
God and Justice."
Thomas Miller, of Hanl.son enmity,
Kentucky, an Industrious, hard-working
man and tho father of twelve children,
lias discovered himself to bo tho only
living heir to an c.tato in Lexington
Sheriff Handy, of Lebanon, Tenn.,
showed some children how to work a,
pair of handcuffs, nnd fastened them on
Ids wrist, lie took them off next day
when Ida deputy returned from the couu
try with the key.
"Tho man w ho Is hnppvis rich," says
Peter Cooper, Undo Fetor, send on
your ducnls and take our happiness for
tho next six months. Wo want to know
how it will Seem to be rich nnd misera
ble. Tho llrst eat taken lo fiiinnison City
sold for fl(, but tho first man in that
town who killed a eat was presented
wilh 11 purse of .V). There's no show
iu this country for tho cat to get 'ahead.
A Milwaukee girl wants ).,IKI0 dnm
nges locattxn ho wasn't quite ready to
bo kissed when a man kissed her. Ho
ought to have blown a horn or rung iv
bell and glveu her thirty seconds' warn
ing. . : '
Herr Karl (Jvhmliv, of Kerne, after n
series of experiments . extending over
several years, has succeeded in produe-,
lug artificial mother-of-pearl, iiudlstln-'
gulshublo in every respect from tho irnt
oral article. It can bo molded lit any
shape, produced ia any color, Is imper
vious to heat and cold, and its price will
bo much lest than that of ordiuury moth
A physician !n Dayton, O.,' in mkln
out a death certificate, headed, it "Jit.
(Somory coiinlv,11 Tho Dayton Dnno
crut says he fias lived In Motitgrmiery
county all Ids lifu, and has invariably
spcil. d the name in (hia 'original mnik
It is stated llyit tho pistol now in uso
in tho Ih-itish army and navy is likely to
be discarded in favor of a weapon with
n quadruple ettrtriilge, which will yield
the advantage of easier and more rapid
loading no csenpo of gns, and leas lia
bility to accident.
..A c.iiititryman was pulled from thA
track In front of a moving train trt
Chattanooga, and narrowly escaped
with his liie. A basket of eggs he car
ried on his arm w as broken during tho
excitement, and hn wuMimeh incensed
over the matter, so much so that ho
tried to swear out a warrant against his
Cerinan f it eU(!o must f:iro badly if
they are fed upon such food as certain
'powdered meal" lately largely adver
tised in Derlin. (In the compound be
ing analyzed by a Munich chemist, not
n particle of true meat was to bo found,
and the only uttinml substance contained
proved Jo be glovn-leathor.
A Rockland mother went to tho door
weren't sliding on Sunday, weroyo'u, '
Freddie?" .she reproachfully exclaimed.
"No. mother,'' replied the vflutiiful
Freddie, proudly; "I cannot tell a lie
I was sliding on tho i'.'e."
At a recent meeting of the Rhode Is
land lli.-torical Society, at Providence,
tho announcement was made that thirty
acres of land, covering tho historic situ
of tli!! old French camp, had been sot
cured bv a citizen and would bo given
to the city as a nark. Tho sito is tho
highest land iu the city, and is very elig
ibly sit liatcd.
The Ui-Centennial Association of Phil
adelphia, is negotiating with tbe owners
of the Lctitia Penn house, for tho pur
chase of that structure, which is soon tw
be demolished. Tho building, which
was constructed in ltiUC, issaid to bo the
oldest in Philadelphia, and if tho associ
ation secures il.it w ill bo erected in
Paradise Valley, in San Diego county,
California, .seems to deserve its Dainty
.since it yields all manner of fruits. Tho
apple", orange, lime, lerrlon, tig, olive,
guava, peach, pear, grape, strawberry,
apricot, etc., nourish there. Sonio
brown Turkish lig.4 grown there meas
ured four inches in length and six inches
Once upon s lime a woman died, and,
ns the mourners were carrying her to
the grave they tripped against a stump .
nnd let the cohiti fall. She revived, hav
ing only been in a deep trance. Two
rears lifter she renllv died, and as they
were ferrying her down tho same road
nnd neared the sumo stump tho discon-
solate w idower sobbed: "Steady, boys! .
Steady there! Ho very, very careful!
A gentleman in Paris owns a hand
some and valuable' dog named "Bis
marck." Ifn recently received a nofo
from the (Icrmnn embassy Inviting him
to remove tho name from the dog's col
lar and to cease calling Die animal by
it, under pain of prosecution, upon tho
ground that the patronymic belongs et-
elusive ly to the German chancellor, and .
the embassy can not allow it to bo pub-
licly applied to a dog. ,
Kbery provision ob Nat ur may bo wise,
but I doan see why baby should 6tiffer '
so much in cuttin' teeth. A dog doan
hub 110 t ruble, neder does a coon, but
Nutur gives tits to do baby. And dis, da
preachers tell mc, is on 'account ob d
political trickery ob Adam. I'se glad
dat ho was counted out ob de garden ob
Kden. Kbery body dat walli.s do tlo
wid a teethiu' cbile'is a natural enemy
tcr dat man. Little Hock Gazette. '
The golden chalice in tho principal .
Catholic Church at Carlsruhe, Germany,"
has been sold to Karen Rothschild, of ;
Frankfort, for 8,01)1). It is a beautiful :
work of art, and Is ornamented with
precious stones. It bears the date 1G0X. .
This chalice was given to the church by
the late grand duke of Baden, and it has .
now been sold, with the permission of
the bishop, in order to defray a debt ou .
1 1 -
Chilblains are always snseoptibln of
relief, and generally of euro. Thotpoatr
nient consists of putting them in water,
morning nnd evening. Perhaps whilo
tho suffering is gr";;tcst it. may bo much,
more frequently done, say once In two
or three hours. Tho feet arc always to
be gently and thoroughly rubbed while
in the water. Tho temperature of tho
water is always to )jo determined by tho
feeling iu the' feet. If coid, tho water
kliould be cold when they liurn, tho
water , should bo hot. Rut tho great
secret of cure Is to be found In wearing
soft woollen stockings w hich are changed .
for fresh ours every day, and wearing
shoes wllli solos so broad that not tho
sllghlest pressure is mado upon the af
fected pari. s. A ivtle overshoes should',
be worn when tho umiperatuno is low.'so.
that the feet shall never beeorao cold.
This treat meit will never fail to reliovo
at once, and id curtain tin ally to effect ft ,
coniplcto euro. mtm ' i .'. '.I'
' 1 Mahogany Trees. .....
The full-grown mahogany tree Is on
of the nioiiarchs of tropical America.
Its vast trunk and massive firms, rising
to a lofty height and spreading with
graceful sweep over lnimenso spaces,,
covered with beautiful foliage, bright,
glossy, light, airy, ellngiifg so Ion to
t he spray as to make it almost ovcrgreoo,
present a rare combination of lovclines
and grandeur. , Tho leaves are very
small, delicate, nd polished liko thosiv
of the laurel. The tlowert are small and
white, or greenish vellow. , Lumbermen
Jn folliulr. a trco build a platform twelve;
feet hlgli, nnd cut it above the platform, '
thus relinquishing twelve to lifteun fe6
of the largest part ol the tree. Yet sotiio
tree have yielded twelve thousand su
pertlelal fuet of lumber, and luiVO ok
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