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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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muiAL l'APKK OP CITY AND OOCNTf
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice luthu column, etKnt cent per lino f'
1(,n i.-,.f nn ',Hit. 30 cunt Dorlinu. For onu
month, 60 cent pur Una.
WAaliinrrton avenue, comer Seventh
street. Good clay board at reasonable
rates. Moal tickets for transient noaru
cr8, . Mus. Pun, K. Howauu.
Use Tub Caiko Bulletin perforated
scratch-book, made of calendered jute
mauilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, at the ollicc. No. 2 and
3. fire and ten centa.each by the single one,
by the dozen or by the hundred, no varia
tion in prices.
Fob Rknt. Oottago on 10th Btreet. Ap
ply to Mrs. Fitzgerald, Bulletin building.
Rooms, furnished or unfurnished on oc
ond floor of The Bulletin building. Ap
ply, up stairs, Mrs. Fitzgerald.
Fine Household Furniture and Carpets
FOU SALE AT AUCTION.
I will Bell all of my Household and
Kitchen Furniture, beds, bedding, carpets
. and pictures at auction, on Friday and Sat
urday, May Sth and Cth, at my dwelling
house, on Fifteenth street, and will then
rent the house to a responsible tenant.
House contains ten rooms, besides brick
basement, with diuing room, kitchen,
pantry and wash room, and is in good con
dition. .Tab. 8. Reakden.
Dissolution of Partnership.
The copartnership heretotore existing be
tween the underpinned under the firm name
of Bell & Ualliday is this day dissolved by
mutual consent, Wm. P. Ualliday having
purchased tho interest of James Bell. All
debtslduc to the firm must be paid to Win. P.
nalliday, who assumes the payment of all
debts due by said firm.
W. P. Hallidav.
Cairo, 111., April 24. 1832.
First class saddle and buggy horse, with
Rood buggy, single harness, saddle and
bridle; all in first class order. Apply at
Tho Aubery property, corner Twenty
second and Holbrook avenue. Cheap to a
M. J. Howley, Real estate agent.
Foa Rent. Sherman House, two story
brick, 18 rooms and 2 halls, east side Com
mercial ave., between Fourth and Fifth
streets. Apply on premises Mrs. Mc
Cormack. Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured aud for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
City Brewery, with machinery, suitable
for factory. For further information, ap
ply toFuuchter& Schwanitz, cor. 0th and
Washington ave. fit
ICE! ICE!! ICEM!
TO ICE CONSUMERS.
I am now prepared to furnish ice, both
at wholesale and retail (in any quantity),
to all parts of the city, or for Bteamboals
or general shipment. Orders should be
addressed to Jacob Klec, cor. 8th and Ohio
levee, or given to the drivers of wagons,
Office open day and night. Jacoii Kluk.
Foil Rent Store room formerly occu
pied by Frank McKnight Under photo
graph gallery on 6th street. Apply to L.
H. Welts, photographer.
Catakku cuked, health and sweet breath
secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price
23 cens. Nasal Iujector free, l'uul 0.
Schuh, Agent. 4
Women aro everywhere using and
reommonding Parker's Ginger Tonic, be
cause they have learned from experience
that it speedily overcomes despondency,
indigestion pain or weakness in the back
and kidneys, and other troubles peculiar to
the aex. Home Journal. See adv.
On Thirty Day's Trial.
We will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro-Voltaic
Belts and other Electric Appli
ances on trial for U0 days to young men'
and other persons alllictod with Nervous
Debility, Lost Vitality, etc., guaranteeing
speedy relief and complete restoration of
vigor and manhood. Also for Rheuma
tism, Neuralgia, Paralysis Liver and Kid
ney difficulties, Rupture, ami many other
diseases. Illimtarted pamphlets sent free.
Address Voltaic Belt .Co.. Mnrnhall, Mich.
His last Dose.
Said a sufferer from kidney troubles,
when asked to try Kidney-Wort. "I'll try
it but it will Ikj uiy last dose." Tho man
got well, and U now recommending tho
romody to all.
. When derangement of tho stomach acts
upon tho kidneys and liver bringing dis
care and pain, Kidney-Wort is the true
remedy. It removes the cause and cures
n tho disease. Liquid (very concentrated) or
; dry act equally olBclently, Am. Cultivator.
''Mother has Recovered"
' ' wroto an Illinois girl to her eastern rela
tives. "She took bitters for a long, time
but without any good. Ho when she heard
of the virtues of Kidney-Wort she got a
box and it has completely cured her, ho
' that she can do as much work now as she
' ' could before we moved Went. Since she
has got well everyone about here is taking
:' 1 H 8m adv.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In thne eoinmni, tan cents per line,
uh tanertlon. lUrked ,
Window shades all styles and prices at
JelT Clark's. tf
For tho next three days Mrs. S. William
son will offer her stock of laces and em
broideries at cost. It,
A good lot of casks suitable for water
carts and tanks, all sizes, for sale choap, at
City Brewery, cor. Oth and Wash. avo. Ct
Col. Rearden having completed his
sale will henceforth devote his entiro time
to tho produce and commission business.
Court houso hall still serves as a storo
room for a valuable piano, taken there as a
place of safety from tho throatenod inunda
tion. Work has been resumed on Mr. B.
McMauus' new two story brick business
houso at tho corner of Fourteenth street
and Commercial avenue.
. Mrs.S. Williamson has a neat and ap
propriate sign in her store that should not
bo overlooked. Don't fail to look for it
as you enter tho store. It
The Howard House, furnishes good
square meals at reasonable rates, as all its
guests can testify. Tho location is con
venient to all parts of the city. Adv't in
Yesterday morning an employe in tho
planing mill of Messrs. Lancaster & Rice
had his right had almost cut off " near the
wrist by circular saw. Drs. Parker dress
ed the wpund and hope to save tho hand.
County Assessor Miles W. Parker and
Geo. E. Olmsted finished assessing the
Fourth ward yesterday. They will get
through with tho city next week and then
begin on tho county.
Fou Sale on Rest. The two flue
horizontal boiler and eight horse-power up
right engine, now in use at Tue Bulletin
office. If not sold, tho machinery with
building will be rented to a good tenant
for use as it Btands. Apply at this office, tf
Ctias. Ford, the slayer of Jesse James,
passed through Chicago Tuesday in com
pany with two detectives. It is understood
they aro going to Pennsylvania, under or
der from Gov. Crittenden, of Missouri, to
hunt for some members of the old James
Arrangements have boen concluded by
Captain T. W. Shields,' manager of the
opera house, with Mr. J. S. Sueppaid,
manager of "Morton's Original and Only
Big 4 Minstrels," by which this company
will appear upon tho opera house stage in
this city next wock.
Union county Republicans waut tho
congressional convention for thisj tho
twentieth district, hold at Anna. Tho
Chester Tribune wants it held in this city.
So does The Caiko Bulletin, which prom
ises the delegates to the convention the
best of accommodations and a plentiful
supply of "refreshments." Anna, a tem
perance town, is no place for a Republican
County Assessor Miles W. Parker and
Mr. Geo. E. Olmsted have been out since
Monday making assessments of Cairo real
estate. They are making it a point to
view eycry premises, taking with them a
map of tho city and using every means
and uuu3U.il care in arriving at a fair valu
ation of tho property to be assessed. It is
likely, thereforo, that tho assessments for
1SSJ will bo tho most accuratoovcr made.
A negro named Lee Williams was ar
rested by Officers Martin and Mahanny
yesterday forjumping on cars while in mo
tion. He refused to bo arrested at first and
made considerable resistenco. Ho was
brought beforo Magistrate Comings for
trial, and fined five dollars and costs for tho
first offense and twenty-flvo dollars and
costs for resisting the officers. He paid the
first and part of tho second fines.
Lime lias been very liberally used by
the authorities in thrir war upon disease.
It is visible in many places and upon near
ly all premises infected by varioloid.
Citizens, too, have been and aro still mak
ing a plentiful use of it, both as a disinfect
ant and as a beautifier of back fences,
woodsheds, etc. There should bo no inter
ruption of the work until every premise
is iu a good banitary condition and bears
the unmistakable signs ot cleanliness and
According to census bulletins No. 270
just received at this office tho number of
farms occupied by their owners in this
statu are 175,407. Tho number rented for
fixed money rental, 20,020; and tho number
rented for shares of produce, 50,024. Of
these faruis 13d are under thruo acres; 4,
170, thruo aud under ten acres; 8,200, ten
and under twenty; 40,504, twenty and un
der fifty; 70,080, fifty and undor ono hun
dred; 110,503, one hundred and under five
hundred; 3,249, five hundred and under
one thousand; 040, ono thousand and over.
Anna Farmer and Fruit Grower: "Tho
life of the fruitgrower is ono full of groat
expectations and groat disappointments.
Wo ot southern Illinois had high anticipa
tions of an excellent crop of all kinds of
fruits up to tho 10th of this month. How
our hopes are blasted in all cxccpstnall
fruits. Tho largo or treo fruits will not
furnish a fourth part of tho amount ex
pected of them a month ago. Still, we aro
constantly learning of parties who have
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;
orchards but slightly injured, aud without
doubt tho amount of apples, pears and
peaches that will be shipped this summer,
will be much in excess of what we now
imagine to be possible."
A damaging hail storm passed over
St. Louis yesterday afternoon between four
and five o'clock. People here were some
what alarmed because they expected it to
also include Cairo in its route. Tho heavy
clouds and lightning gave some ground for
this expectation, but beyond a strong wind
and some rain about ten o'clock at night no
aerial commotion occurred.
Since Wednesday the authorities have
again thrown open the city hospital for the
reception of small-pox and varioloid pti
outs, of whom there wero sis under treatment
there yesterday, all negroes. To avoid be
ing imposed upon by persons who purposely
tuok riifuco in housos where the disease
exiBtod, and others who pretended to be
afllicted with tho disease after they had
been pronounced cured, in order to obtain
rations from the city, the authorities have
ceased issuing rations to any of the vic
tims outsido of the city hospital.
A toam of horses attached to a heavy
wagon became frightenud at something on
Commercial avenuo below 4th st. yesterday
nd run im tho avenue to Sixth, up Sixth
to Washington and up Washington to the
pump in front of Messrs. Smiths Bros,
store whero they ran against a wogon and
nearly turned it over. In turning the cor
ner of Sixth street and Washington avenue
the wagon camo in contact with a sign and
tore it away. Tho wagon was lost, badly
damaged, and the horses continued on
their way alone until stopped as stated.
Mr. Charles Nowlaud's new sprinkler
is a beauty. It is being finished by Mr.
Frazier. It has a capacity of five hundred
gallons, the tank being about twelve feet
long and lying horizontally on a stout run-ning-gier.
One either side it bears in at
tractive letters, "J. Bernath, 0th street Jew
eler." Its sprinkling apparatus is of novel
construction, being a triangular instead of
a round tube; tho outer side, which is the
broadest, is perforated with six rows of
hdles, and it is connected with the water
tauk by three supply pipes. The chief
object in view seems to have been to con
struct a machine which would throw enough
water and scatter it over enough space to
wet any street down thoroughly by passing
over it once on either side. The object
seems to have been attained,
Speaking of the congresblonal appor
tionment bill recently passed by the Illi
nois assembly the Chester Tribune says :
"Tho bill which has just been passed is
perhaps as fair as any which could have
been made, and tho bypocritical pretense
of tho democratic members that they de
sirod only juBtico and fairness was too
transparent to deceive even themselves."-
Tho bill gives tho republicans, who cast
fifty two per cent, of the vote of the state
at the last election, eighty percent, of the
representation; and it gives the democrats,
who cast forty-eight per cent, of the vote,
only twenty per cent, of tho represen
tation. And this is what
fair a bill ns any which could
passed"! Whet mockery.
Some people are in the habit of depos
iting the rubbish gathered from their prem
ises in the middle of the street, for the
city scavenger to iako away. They seem
to bo determined that tho scavenger shall
not fail to see the rubbish, which he
might do if it wero modestly thrown in a
heap near the side walk. Tho work of
cleaning up is so general and the heaps of
rubbish are so numerous and scattered, that
th scavenger can not keep up with them,
and in some parts of tho city they dis
figure tho middle of the street for days be
foro they aro removed. People should
make it a rule to deposit the rubbish iu bar
rels, boxes or heaps near the outer edge of
the sidewalk in front of their premises, and
not in tho middle of the street where it is
more unsightly and an obstruction to
The following resolution was offered
in the federal house recently by represen
tative Townshcnd: "Resolved, That the
postmaster general be, and ho is hereby re
quested to inform this house of the total
weight and cost of carrying and the postage
collected on second elms matter during the
fiscal year ending Juno !10, 1881, together
with his opinion of tho propriety of abol
ishing postage on such in nil matter." Tb"
resolution was agreed to. Mr, To'vniihend,
then moved to reconsider thu vote by which
the resolution was adopted ; and also mov
ed that tho motion to reconsider be laid on
the table. The latter motion was adopted.
Tho resolution was not only passed "clinch
ed" by laying the motion to reconsider on
tho table. No member can sny that he
Tho uew cases ot varioloid reported to
tho mayor yesterday were four iu number:
ono, a neyro woman, on Sixth street, a no-
gro boy on Cedar street, between Twelfth
'and thirteenth streets, and Miss Mary
Koehlor, on Eighth street, The last named
was somowhat doubtful yesterday. The
Cedar street case was removed to tho hos
pital. Tho fourth was a white nran nam
ed C. N. Harding, who walked into tho
mayor's office and asked for a puss to St.
Louis. He said ho was a musician, having
belonged to tho band of tho circus burned
on tho steamer Goluen City at Memphis
somo time ago. Ho camo hero about three
days ago and stoppod at a down town ho-
rul, and he intended to go to St. Liuis, but
had no maney. The mayor looked at him
closely, saw at a glance that ho was afflict
ud with varioloid and, instead of giving
hi in a piss to St. Louis, gave him onej to
the hospital, whero ho now is under treat
-A meeting of tho Cairo Temperanco
Reform Club was hold at, Reform hall last
night, and was tolerably well attended.
Important business was to. be transactad,
which attracted some who would other
wise have remained at home because of the
threatening weather. The most important
business was tho election of officers, which
resulted as follows: President, G. M. Al-
den, first vice president, Charles Ham
mond; second vice president, J. M. Hogan;
secretary, W. Whitacker; treasurer, C. R,
Stimrt;chaplain, Rov.J.W, Scarrett. Sever
akommittees wero appointed, tho most im
portant among them being ono of arrange
ments tor the picnic to bo given by the
club soon. It will bo tho duty of the com
uiittee to determine tho dato and place for
holding the picnic which, tho club has de
termiued, shall ba a grand affair. It was
also decided to hold a mass meeting of all
the temperance people at Reform hall next
Friday night, at which time, after the youug
people shall have finished their usual liter
ary programme a May Q,uccn will bo olected
who shall be mistress of ceremonies at the
picnic that is to be. Somo matters of minor
importance were discussed and disposed
of, and then the club adjourned.
Until a day or two ago tho authorities
have been furnishing rations to those per
sons who, being afl'icted with small-pox or
living in the same houses with persons thus
afllicted, wero compelled to remain in
doors. But this practice has been stopped
because it was found that some of the
patients were practicing deception in order
to prolong the city's generosity toward
them long after they were really well and
able to be out without endangering others.
Oao family of negroes, living in tho old
Bumgurd house, on Poplar street, carried
thin deception to an extent whero prosecu
tion under the law against obtaining money
or tilings of valuo under a false pretense
would not seem out of order. The afflicted
ones would remain in beJ and complain
of feeling tho symptoms of tho disease, in
spite of the expressed opinion of tho attend
ing physicianjthat they were well and might
enter upon their usual unrestricted mode of
life. It w.is not until the authorities
withdrew the rations that theso theretofore
helplessly, dangerously, sick peoplo were
suddenly able to bo out and earn their
daily bread just as honest people are com
pelled to do.
The Republicans of Cheater stand fhui
for lion. J. R. Thomas for a nomination at
the next congressional convention. Evi
dently they do not allow their prejudices
to be aroused to a degree where they will
be unable to see their own interests. Like
fie Republicans of Cairo, they do not al
low the petty objections raised against
him by his personal enemies and rivals to
outweigh his superior qualifications as a
representative. With them it is not a
personal, hardly a political, affttir, but one
of business; it is nothing to them that Capt.
Thomas appointed a Democratic relative to
an insignificant office; that he intends to
appoint a colored man from Cairo to a po
sition nt Washington, instead of one from
Vienna; that ho allowed his homestead to
be sold under an encumberance; that ho
takes sugar in bis'u and draws his left sec!:
on last all these things aro lost sight of
in the weighty question, "is ho, or is ho
not, better qualified by experience, posi
tion, popularity and influence, to represent
the people of this district and enforce
their interests at Washington
than any of his Repub
lican rivals are or could bo -for somo years
tocoiue!'' The sensible Republicans, the
substantial business and other men, take
a business view of the mutter, ignore all
factional bickerings, consider only their
material interests and stand firm for the
man who in their opinion possesses the
bi bt qualities for tho position.
MOBILE & OHIO RAILROAD.
Passenger trains on the Mobile and Ohio
railroad will commence running through to
Cairo Saturday, May Cth: Arriviug at
Union depot at 7:45 p.m. Departing at
J :30 a.m. Passengers via this lino make
close connection for Memphis, Jackson,
Miss: Vicksburg, Selma, Montgomery, and
New Orleans. Their freight trains aro
running out of Cairo regularly, carrying
freight to all points south and south east.
... The friends of Mr. Val. Lynn, for somo
time barkeeper for Mr. John Koehler, on
Eighth street, died ot his homo iu Capo
Girardeau yesterday morning. Ho left here
several weeks ago to spend a little while in
a pleasant visit at homo. Ho was taken
sick about three weeks ago and never rose
again. Mr. George Koehler paid him a
visit a few days ago, and returned yester
day morning, leaving hiiu in-an apparently
convalescent condition. But yesterday
evening ho recoived a dispatch announcing
Mr. Lynn's death.
NO GROUND FOR ALARM.
There seems to 'bo an impression among
people, both at homo and abroad, in the
city and surrounding country, that Cairo
ms from ono hundred to one hundred aud
fifty cases of small-pox and varioloid with
Ui her limits. This impression is far from
tlie truth; there aro barely ouo-tenth that
many cases in.the city. According to the
..MAY 6, 1882.
Of Every Description, from the minutest article up to a
Youth's or Gentleman's Complete Outfit. A large Assort
ment of STHAW HATS AND STIFF BRIMMED FEALT
HATS of the latest styles just received.
ADVANTAGES AVE HAVE:
FIRST The quantity of merchandise we buy to supply our numerous stores.
SECOND We have ample capital and tiro prepared to buy cuhIi down.
THIRD We are at all times represented in eastern markets by a resident buyer,
wlm fs always on the lookout.
Now, it is by taking advantage of these opportunities that wu do from time to time,
naino such apparently ridiculously low prices. For instance we are Bt-lling Middlesex
Blue Flannel Suit, each suit bears the ticket with full name Middlesex Co. f 10.00, None
genuino without ticket. A very nice Cheviot Suit for fcO.M), worth f 15.00. A very nob
by Red Silk Mixed Suit at $t 2.50, worth $10.00. We do not sell IfOoda lor less than cost.
We want it distinctly understood that we make a small proflf'on everything we sell, for
that principle by which a nt:hant can sell foods for less than cntit, and still keep store,
has never yet been disco verto. Come and see our goods. You will not bo importuned
J. BTJKG-Ell & BHO,
. A.1 1'alaco Clothing Irlouse,
m 1()8 Commercial Avenuo,
record of tho number and location of ttio
cases kept in the mayor's office, there havo
boen reported altogether since tho last
breaking out of the disease, twenty-seven
cases, located as follows:
Ono on Sixth street, one on Eighth street,
three on Teuth street, two on Eleventh
street, four on Washington avenue near
Thirteenth street, one on Eighteenth street,
two on Poplar street, one on Twentieth
street, six in St. Mary's hospital and six
in the city hospital, making a total of
twenty-seven. Subtract from this number
seven who are convalescent, some of them
entirely well, ono doubtful, and tho twelve
in the hospital, and you have only seven
cases in different parts of tho city from
which there is any danger of contagion.
Tho cases not in tho hospitals, aro all
under quarantine regulations that is, no
intercourse io allowed between the outer
world and the infected premise, except
by special permission of the authorities.
Some of them are watched over day aui
night by persons appointed by the city,
(all of them ought to be. Thu authorities
have been very energetic in hunting up all
cases and in following all rumors of catf,
and it is safe to assume that there are none
in the city besides those mentioned oUive.
NEW YORK FASHIONS.
DOTS AND SPOTS; VEILED BE.WTIES; OLOVK8
AKD snOKR : BHOUT DHKSHK ; HOW TO MAKE
A coutroversary arises as t where dots
should end and be replaced by spot. Great
spota an inch in diameter are fashionable
on dress goods, ribbons, kerchief., etc., but
because circular in form have been called
dots. Such name is indignantly repudiated
by persons of "exact thought," but they
fail to draw a line and tell us just where
we stand, if perchance, we should have in
vested in a dol'ed or spotted dress. I leave
you, therefore, dear readers to decide for
yourselves, remarking only that dots begin
from the very small set very close and run
in gradations till swa. lowed up by very
large 6pota set far ap.rt. They are self
colored, or in contracts, and what has been
snid regarding sie, holds good in allclassrs
of material; not excepting the white mus
lins which robe divinities in summer,
Sprigged muslins too abound, and here also
are sprigs and sprays both largo and small.
"Veiling" is the leading material where
a thin dre6s that does not need wushing is
desired. Various names are given "Nun's
Veiling, "Voile Orienta!e,""Drap Virginie"
and Buch like, but for the moot part are
distinctions without much difference, so for
convenience sake we call them all "Veil
ings." Grenadines, buntings, etc., have
given way before them. They come iu all
colors and while tho dark aro chosen for
morning wear, or by elderly people, the
young and gay will attend hotel hops ot
tired in white or light colored veilings
whero the chosen ornamentation is em
broidery wrought in tho piece either self
colored or in contrast. Pretty outfits, too,
will bo of veiling, made as polanaisus or
overdresses, with silk or satin skirts, and
hero many a tasteful combination can be
brought about. For morning, also, what
more comfortable than a drees of black
veiling, soft, light and durable. Bummer
Louisines are in old time checks aud rib
bons for trimming the bonnet are to match.
Chino silks likewise are very stylish but
higher priced because in heavier quality.
BOAIIDINO BCIIOOL MISSES
aro already Bending in orders for supplies
of black stockings, slippers and gloves to
be worn with their whito graduating
dresses. Thoroisjust that iluvor in this
lust eccentricity of fashion which captivates
tho average boarding school heart, but it is
not confined to these young creatures. In
truth they do but imitate their elders since
by fosbionistsof all degrees, a rush is made
not only for black, but dark colored stock
ings, with kid or satin slippers and gloves
to match. Plain hoisery leads, although
thero aro somo few stripes and chucks.
Furthermore, too, tho quite short, summer
costumes will. afford ample opportunity for
a display of these singularly clothed feet,
and such circumstance while rejoicing the
hearts of many a coquettish young beauty,
strikes with dismay tho portly dowagers
who havo lost their symmetry, while, per.
haps, retaining a full aluro of by-gono co
quetry. They must nt'td bo qomewhat un,
fashionable fur the picture would, other
wise, provo too ludicrous. Fashion has
for tho time, forgotten them, and they, in.
return, must forjet or ignore tho claims of
fashion, for it grows more and moro ap
parent that short costumes aro In an over
whelming ascendency. Those who daro
will wear them shorter than has hitherto
been allowable, and those who dare not
must do as best they can. Q iltc important
will be the summer sash, for the present i
essentially a aeaaoii of ribUus. Don't!
however, tio your sash around your waist,
but drapo it below in any way you choosq
for all ways arc right,
now to Wake
summer costumes is so knotty a question
that an endeavor to explain would be to
confuse. So much is permitted and we
have Bgreat variejy. In this perplexity I
refer you to the illustrations in Lord &
Tayor's Spring Cataloguo whero you will
see everything desirahlo depicted to you.
Besides, there is ot all topics of intertet,
not only illustrations but well written fash
ion articles telling you so much indeed,
that in comparison my letters may seem but
unprofitable. Having rolled away this bur
dcu of care there is room to pay a word or
two as to accessories. It has been pre
dicted that owing to tho great popularity of
jabots, fichus, etc., they would "go out"
this summer. Oa the contrary, wo find
they have not the least idea of "going,"
un't-'B it bo that they aro going to stay.'
But here, too, the shapings and twistings
of lace and kindred materials by skilled
hands defies description, bo I will again
refer you to the above mentioned illustra
tions; taking up, instead, the simpler topic
of kerchiefs, which, in large sizes, rise to
tho dignity of small shawls. Take a eqnare
of almost anything fromtwtnty four inches
to a yard; finish with a hem, hem-stitch,
embroidery, lace, etc., fold it about your
neck in any way that pleases and you are
fashinuatile. Mull is much used and bob
iuot lace as well; then thero arc silken neta,
white or black, plain or embroidered:
Spanish" net, w hite or black, while eurah
silk is in regular kerchiefs, bespread with
dots or spots, (whichever name may please
you) or you can buy tho silk and make up
a kerchief for yourself, trimming with lace
if you like. All theso materials can bo
made into scarfs or bought ready made.
V'w ducted ly majority often thonaund votos
-to bu luu noeat 5c. cigar lu thu market.
BOARD: $8.00 TEU WEEK, $2.00
roBTOKFII'B, ALLHN SPHINtt, TOrB CO. I IX.
a iiuimi.u ... ltn.(aJ In ft Hnllr tit thrt
Ozark Mountain, tun mile from (lolcomla anil
roiirtoun tulli'" rrnm vi'-nnn, iu imui u
lirrouu(l(lby hlnh cllir.
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timtnur rort Oiton HprliiK In duvurvoilly potto
tar, toning (pilot, ticluiluil nd cool, froo from lut
mm mow uiumii ovhub ihmpi hi ui unim in urti
uIDucoiubur. JOB. K. LUMItN,