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1XVUIAHLV K iDVAMre.
All Commuulcauutta uliiiulrt in adilren.Hd to
i B. A. IMTUNKTT.
Piihllnuur aud I'riwiriotnr. ,
Tbs Digger Indians.
When California was first invaded by
the crowd of pold-dipcrs in 131!). be
yond th tv thousands who had collect
ed round tho Snanish niisMons in Lower
California, una won; in a stato of the
most abject Biihjootioa to a:id depend
ence) on 1ho ricst. there must havo
roumrd over the wido roirm more llian
100,000 Indian-", living in n state of free
ilom and of nature, as complete ni tho
elk, nntclopn or nnc rabbit, which fum
ishod their thmi by no mean 4 precarious
livelihood. A headdress of feathers,
with a scanty coat of paint on his face,
was the full drcus of a brave, whilo a
fringe of bark or fjrass simpended from
her waist furnishiid a conipleto wapdrobo
for his squaw. To tuts day tho males
po naked during tho summer, if living
at s distance f mm tho whiti.
The mun have no heard, this being
plucked out by tho squaw with a couple
of f.heil.4 an soon as it appears. They all
wear ornaments in their cars or, at
letot, they did. The children had theirs
bored nt an early a?e, and larger and
larger pieces of slick, being iu.scrted, un
til the aperturo was capable of taking in
one of the larger bones of a pelican's
wing five or six inches long, carved ia
rude style, and decorated at tho end
with crimson feathers which is worn
permanently. Tho back hair of the
men is tautened up in a net, and made
fast by a pin of wood pushed through
both hair and net, the large end bcin;
ornamented with criiuaon f athers, ob
tained from the head of tho "carpen
tcro" woodpecker, and nomotirces, alo,
with tho tail feathers of an eagle. The
women, before tho advent of lue white,
wore no hair uets or ornaments. Befure
being corrupted by the rude gold-diggers
and lumbemen, they were not a
bad kind of people on the whole.
The men wore treacherous, Int, nn!cs
Ill-treated, were harmJes enough, and
tho girls frank and even confiding per
haps quite as much as young grizzly
liears. Lut then the men always were
ill-treated, and tho children' could
scarcely be expected to be very confid
ing to a palc-facc. when from Infancy
white man was tho bugbear used to
frighten tlieni into mbmis.ion to the
maternal will. A California buy could
no more tell you when he tir.t "learned
to 6uim than lie could say when he re
membered to have first walked. The boy
has bow and arrow put into his hand as
soon as he can use them; while girls
learn to weave blank cis ami make brorvl
of acorns. They are much more famil
iar with tbo points c.f tho compass than
their northern m-r.-hlwiv. if a ball or
an nrrow is lost, in-tend of searching
about in all directions frit, tho ore
who aaw it fall will ?:ty: "To the cist: a
little Irorth; now Hire" steps northeast,"
and so on. Even in the darkest right
an Indian will fetch w ater from apr;ng
by following tho directions c f a com
panion who had K-eu there previously
"Three hundred steps eat and twenty
They are excellent trackers of game,
and say it is impossibly to nmtaho a
white man's foot, even if bare, for it Is
deformed by the pro-tiro of bods or
shoes; while, the Indian's foot, never
trammelled by any such f Mjt-gcar, is so
formed that he cui use his toes to hold
arrows whilst he is making them. They
roam about from place to place, jus tho
attractions of game or other fcioc may
incline, and hence are generally well ac
quainted with a wide range of "countrv."
From "The l'copks of the World," 6
Dr. ItoOert Uruu-n.
m s I.
In manufacturing printers' ink from
cotton waste M. Uaslond Mtbjcct.s the
wa.sto to the action of bisulphide of car
bon or any other liquid having a great
atlinity for oil, and capable of evaporat
ing at alow temperature. Bisulphide
of carbon is however, to bo preferred,
on account of its cheapness. It should
completely saturate the cotton contain
ed in the vessel, and run oil' with the oil
or grease o the waste itito a suitable re
ceptacle, where the mixture is subjected
to the action of heat. Tho bisulphide of
carbon is evaporated and condensed so
that it may bo used over again, whilo
the oil and" grease serve admirably for
printers' ink, and the renovated aixfpuri
tied cotton waste can be used as before.
A Boy with a Napoleon Shrug of the
Dill Mortmer is one of these smart
fellows who oan toll about a man by
merely looking at his hand-writing, or
tho shape of the back of his head, or the
wav he moves his legs when he walks.
Bill was standing on the corner of Aus
tin avenuo talking to Colonel Daniel
"I)o you see that boy across thestreot
thero vvith his back turned to us, look
ing in a storo window?" asked Bill.
"Well, that boy is going to bo a hero,
lie is going to conquer tho world. Ho
Will be un American Napoleon Bona
parte. The boy has, right now, more will
and intellect than any forty men in Aus
tin," What makes you think so?" asked
"J don't think so at all. I just know
it. Notico how ho shrugs his right
liotildcr. That gesture was peculiar to
Napoleon tho Great, and to no other
"Nonsenso," replied Dan., "that boy
beltings to mo. He has been vaccinated
with aomo bad matter nnd it took.
That's why ho liuuches up his shoul
der." "Is that soP" responded Bill. "Well,
if ho hadn't been vacelnatod ho would
have had a brilliant future before him."
.''Ten, and caught the smallpox, per
Imps." (JaUxstuii Xeicx
Ton weak lining, spitting of blood, short
Ui'M of lucntli, consumption, ni;;lit sweats
inn! all lingering coughs, Jr. Tierce's
"(Uildcn Medicil Discovery"- is a soveruiuu
remedy. Superior to cod liver oil. By
druggists. , - y
A Playful Kis',
Fritz Strauss is a roundish, red-cheek-rd
German youth, and Miss Emma
Kline is described as a vory comely hiss,
just from tho shores of the Baltic. They
live in tho same neighborhood in New
York, and last week Miss Emma aston
ished 1'riU by knocking oil' his cap with
n snowball cleverly cat. Fritz had seen
Jliss Ktnma Beveral times before, but
not until the snowballing episode did ho
consider himself sutlicieiitly acquainted
to express his admiration, On Friday
Miss Emma passed by wheri Frit, was
chatting with four men. Fritz says that
the girl pinched his arm and drew down
a corner of her mouth as she brushed
past. At any rate he remarked that
ho was of half a mind to Lisa her, when
straightway his companions began to
urge him on, offering wicked wagers
that ho didn't dare 1' such a thing.
Fritz accepted the wagers, ttepped bold
lv after Miss Emma, saying: "Sag mnl,
tin, willst Jiicht mem schats sein?"
("Say, will you be my valentine?")
and roguishly Hiatgbed a" kiss. An hour
afterward Fritz was summoned beforo
Justice McKcnnanonaehargeof assault
and battery. Fritz told the magistrate
about the snowball and then mentioned
the pinch. "Oh! oh! I never, never,
never did such a tiling in my life as
pinch a man's arm," exclaimed Miss
Emma. "You snowballed mo all in fun,"
interrupted Fritz, "and I kissed you all
in fun; you needn't make such a tirno
about it. for I can get lots of girls to
kiss, if I want to."
There are now engaged upon the con
struction of thi! great stone bridge nt
llinneupulis about ;"J men ns a day
crew nnd i a night force of l:.'."), besides
l.OO more who are at work iu the stone
quarry at the ca-t of the lower bridge.
The energies of the contractors are now
chieily turned toward ti.e construction
of the two piers f ir the span over the
main channel of the river.
Great men and geniuses find their
true places m times of rcat eveutd. ,
Dr. It. V. Fierce, Buff.dn, X. Y.: Dear
Sir I was s-iek f.r eix years, and could
scarcely walk hIkiM the hous". .My bn atti
was short sni 1 scffi-rcd irotn paia in ny
breast and stomach all the time; alio from
palpitation and an internal fever, or burn
ing H'usation, nr;d experienced frcqutnt
smothering or choking tens.itions. I also
Bulfcrcd from pain low down across my
bjwel anl in my back, and was much re
duced in flesh. I have used your "Golden
Medical Discovery" ard 'Favorite Pre
scription," and feel thst I ra well.
Dklilah B. Mc.Miu.an.
Nearly a Miracle,
11. Asenith Hall. Binh-imton, N. Y.
writes: "I suffered for S'.wer&l months with
a dull pain through left lun nntl shoulders.
I lost my spirits, appetite an 1 color, and
cod 1 with difficulty k : n p a'. I diy. My
mother procured som H.trdot.k Blo-xJ Ilit-r'-r;
I took them as direct d, and have felt
r.o p'lin siiiC'.- first wee k atter using them,
nnd am now quite well." Price $ 1 00, trial
size 10 cents.
SeC'iUd Edition of dob.
Mrs.O.'dcn. N. Division Street, Buffslo,
siys: "I cannot be too thankful that I
wus induced to try your prin Blossom. I
was at one time afraid I sh'u!d never be
able to get out airain. I seemed to be a
second edition ot'.Iob without his pstirnce;
my fact and body were one vast collection
of Ixiiis and pimples; since taking one bot
tle of oi;r S; rin Bhs -m I urn quite cured.
a!l cru;it'."ns hive disappeared, and I fed
better than I hive in n hng time." Price
3i) c';tits, trial I.. a r K h 10 cents.
Tlmt hacking couh enn be so quickly
cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it
Paul G.'Schuh. Agent. ' 1
A Cough. Odd or 5ore Throat
should be stopped. jNcglect l'requentl re
sults m an Incurable Lung disenso or on
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder tho stomach like cough syrups
and balsams, but act directly on the inflam
ed Parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma. Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
the Throt Troubles which lingers and
Public Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Urnwn's Bronchial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
give perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use lor nearly
un entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among tho few staple
remedies of the age. Sold at 25 cents a
Sleepless sights made miserable by
that teirible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the
remedy for you. Paul O. Schuh, Agent. 8
To all who are suffering from, tho errors
nnd indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will cure vou, free
of charge. This great remedy was discov
ered by a missionary in South America.
Send a self addressed envelopa to the Uev.
Joseph T. Inman, Station D, New York
Catauuu cukki), health and sweet breath
secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Itemed 7. Price
25 cents. Nasal Injector free. Paul G.
Schuh, Agent. 4
Allen's Brain Food positively euros nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. $1, 5 for $5. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 815 First Ate., N. Y. Sold In
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
l or. lame back, side or chest, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price 85 cents. Paul O
Schuh, Agent. 5
Goto Paul G. Schuh for Mia. Frrenmn's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are uneqUHled. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German. Price 15 cents.
Cnow, Wjtooptsa Cocun ami Bronchitis
immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure.
Puul G. Schub, Agent. 8
CAIRO IWLLimN; Fill DAY MORNIKU SfaftClt
Many MisiiitAiiLB Picoplk drag them
selves about With failing slreDgth, feeling
that they aro Meiulliy sinking into theif
graves when, by using Parker's Ginger
Tunic, they would find a cure commencing
wiih llci Hrst dose, iiml vitality and strength
surely coming buck to them. 8o other
James Pearson, 28 Sixth Street, Buffalo,
says: "I have used your Spring .Blossom
for myself and family, and think it inval
unble as a huusehold'remedy, for regulating
tho bowels, liver and kidneys. I shall
never be without it." Price 50 cents, trial
bottles 10 cents.
Mr. Albert Anderson, York Street, Buf
falo, fell down stairs and severely bruised
his knee. A few applications of Dr.Thoin
as' Eelectric Oil entirely cured him.
hj (ks!r in lrfh Perfucv
All ttnwii, Moincrs, liunresi Meu, Mcdutt
in, &c, who nra tired 01a by work or wony, and
ill who ere miserablo witV Pysrpfu, Micuina-!
mm, .N'njral.ria. or howel, Kiunev or Liver Ofoi-
plaints you ran tffinvitrsr(.! nl iurebviMrar'
Ell y m mi wuimg away ita Iciisumi.tion, Oih-l
sir-juonorany weakneis, voa will find Parlcer'sj
oiacr loriicUic greats t i;;odtertilucrar.aint,
Ce.t Ilcalthi StrenthBostorer yoaOnt'ie
and Lrsr.yrKT tt I'ittr n and other Tonics, as lii
'nullJ i-.p iho tyitcm, but never intoricatej. 50.
.li'fi . I!'' r ft rn.,Ch-ni, N.
Indian Blood Syrup.
bvsopsia, IJypr Kis-past-.
Fever ami Awie
llejirr liiscase, Biliwtiw
Jirns, Nrrvuus brbiiity
THE BEST ItnrEDY K.NO'SVN' TO MAN I
Twelve Tliousauil Bottles
Sold Since 1870!
Thl Svrnp po('ie8 vnrii'd rropfrtlpn: It itim
nUtcn the itvIInp in the i.it;W, which converts
ih it;irch m(l ciuiir of th food Into glnciwn. A
di-flcii ny in it.m:ir.e Cbiieii wind nnd fouring o(
tl. (nod ir. the ;imi!( ti. If the medict'i Jiaim
ImmidiMHy after eaitntf, the fvrmcntaiioo ol food
It ivrts mum tho I.her,i
It aetsnpea the Kidneys,
It Ri'uhites tUe Bowels,
It Purilles the Flood.
It Quiets the Nervous System.
It Promote Plircxtlon,
It Nourishes, Mrenuthons and Invigorates,
It Carries otf the OM Blood mnl mukfg New,
It Opens tlrn Pore of the Skin and Induces
tt ni'iitrnlleii the herodilary Uint, or potion in
the Slmiil, wlilrh ifunerfUi'H Scrofula, Krvnlpwlad,
itinl nil tiitunerof Aklu lUiuiai-m and tnicnml hu
mor.. There are no pirltemployed In tu mnnurartnrs
nnd It inn lie tnlo n hy itm timut deliratti babu.or hy
the ned and feehle. cur only bolDK required In ai
lehtt. D to direct olid.
Galva, Henry Connty, Ills.
I wanpiifferltiir from Sick Headache and D'tti.
nt-ff ho thai t roiild not micnd lomr household do
lien, nnd a hort trial of Or. Clurk johnaon'a Indi
an Hlood Syrup effuciuallv ruri'd mo.
SH$. 1IKL.UX ELKIN3.
Waterman Station, BeKalb Co., Ills.
Thla la tn certify that Pr Clark Johmnn'ii Indian
Blood Mvnip tiM cured me of i'atn In th ftu-k. It
Is a TaliiaDla nicdluiu. MK3 WOOD,
Centre rjill, White Co., Ark.
Thl tatoperMfy that I was afflicted with Palpt
talton of tliu Heart for ninny years I tried dlftnr
cut rtix'tom, whore preacriptlonii tended more tu
weaken me than tliey del to ctreiijfihari. I v lant
re Ived to try Or. t'lnrk JolintonV Indian Blood
Syiup, which proved to be a positive cure not on
ly curliii! Hie Heart licence, hut also a Hick Hoad
acli which had been trotihllni; me.
T waa afflicted with Llvi-r Complaint and Dyspon
ata and failed to get Mllnf, althonyh ualng nioifl
elnoa from our beat, doctora. I commenced nelnir
Dr. lohmoli't Indian Hlood Svrnp, nnd achort trial
cured mo. T. W, RlSlNU, Molina, III.
ThU rertlfles that Iir. Clark Jnbnn'a Indian
Blood Syrup hut eirectimlly cured mi of Oyapepsla,
Too uiiii'U cannot ho nld In pmlae o It.
, W. K. U'tMMKK, Bedford, Mo.
AiietiU wanted foriho aitlo of tbo Indian Blood
Syrnp in every town or villaco, In which 1 have so
agtiut. I'artlcular Riven ou application.
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ty of their work. Thoy carefully avoid oil poiaon
oiib dru'a, make only fast colon, which are thor
oughly waoliodln hot water and io-j. there.hv ra
moving anyihlnj which would lnln nndcrclothln.
Ihoao who buy and wear thalr prima will, they
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tia icatyleacd aninli. lie utirc an.l auk lor thci
goons, and lee that thoir marks and tkkoti are oil
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the A in hor. A ohw an) frrtuu. MoU
wni W ork,wMTanU4 ' he bust nl
ftr.hi'lf r'nojwn'tttjtui ; bound iti
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iLt!Zr mi TrT' n,"T'" "re rot .nfl.fled petnrn
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Inpervin, Fire Pnllnra(S! allowed tn nay ernemtM ft
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WJHEI P. BEATTT, Wwhkffton, Sow JaseS
OF THE .
OF ST. LOUIS, MO. . '
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Uold-fresfleU ond Pure Dark Castor ,
Oil, Paw nnd Double Boiled '
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Ja bow on tho inarkut Ask vonr dealer for It.
MunulUcturtdbv C.A. JACKSON crt.
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