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TUB DAILY OAIUO HULLKTINi TUESDAY MOKN1NU JULY 29, 1884.
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Publisher and Proprietor.
Three Ma Ills.
Three maids went forth tbo lovely world to
Three maid, their name Faith, Hope and
Eaoh with her separate mission to unfold,
Apart, yet ono, a huppy band behold.
Three maids went wand'rlnjr o'er tlio woiuy
Seeking to (five mankind a nobtor worth.
Naught would thoy take; to trlve whs their
Itlohes beyond tbo world in their extont.
returned, footsore, nnd faint
Heavy at benrt whoro
erst they bad been
For all their gifts in thll
great world or sin,
row woum accept,
and iiono would tuko
Tom pie Ilnr.
THE AUT OP KIWIMNG COOL.
Lessons Learned I'rom Iilfo in a Hot
It may bo surprising, but H is nono
the loss true, that tho art of keeping
cool is understood In Cuba a hundred
times bettor than horc. Tho very lirst
thing that strikes us nftor wo get to
Cuba is that all humanity seems bent
on keeping cool, and everything is di
rected to that end. Wo strangers in
our cloth garments aro tho only ones
who aro hot there. Tho natives look
as cool as thoy fool. They look pictur
esquely cooL Thoy wear suits of linen
or thin silk, of light weight whito duck
or drill, with light, low-cut shoes, silk
or lislo-throad hoso and undergar
ments: hats made of fine straw or
grass, thnt do not annonr to wolgh an
ounco. I cannot give to a gentleman a
clearer Idea of how cool thoy must foci
than by snying that thcro is not such a
tuing to be nad in va oa as a start wnu
a soparato collar. You say that such
suits of clothing as I closer! bo, look
unshnpoly and oven unsightly. So
thoy do; becauso our tailors do not
sooiu to know how to make thorn, nnd
our laundrossos starch thorn too still.
Experlonco and practice would soon
overcomo that. Havana is a very
dressy and fashion foaring city. Tho
tailors make thoso thin carruonts as
stylishly and as shapely as our suits.
The women there do not dross so vory
unlike our own womon; that is to say
that American women dross nioro sen
sibly in sumnior than Amorioan mon
do. In both countries tho rosult is
reachod by lessoning tho nutnber and
weight of tho undorgarraonts and don
ning summer silks or almost gossamer
goods for summer woar.
Tho Cubans have a hot weather way
of managing tuoir business nft'ulrs. Let
no one run away with tho idoa that
business in Havana does not amount to
much. Havana has long boon ono of
tho great seaports and commorcial cen
ters of the world, tho head of tho sugar
and tobacco trades, and tho scat of an
immense miscellaneous shipping indus
try. Thcro aro many men and lh'ms as
busily engaged in making fortunes
there as ovorvwhore else. To bep-'m
. with the business houses aro built to
provide coolness by means of shado
and air. They are more open than
what we call an "opon car," yot can bo
closed as tight as any Wallstroct bank.
It is delightful to visit them. It is
amazing to soo how cool tho mon who
work in thom keep themselves. Tho
merchants and their clerks quit their
bods at 5:30 o'clock, perhaps earlier,
enjoy a bath, dress in a leisurely way,
take cofl'oo, and roach thoir countors
and dosks at 6:30 o'clock. It is cool at
that tlmo in tho streets, and thoy nro
not half so exhausted when thoy begin
work as we are. At 10:30 or 11 o'olock,
under a sunshade or in a cub or car,
thoy go home again to breakfast.
Nothing short of tho explosion of a
powder magazine, which made them
forget themselves a few woek3 ago,
could Induce a man or boy among thorn
to hurry, ine only two hasty or ex
cited movements I saw in Cuba wore
on tho part of a young woman and a
boy. The young woman was a ballot
dancer in a cool, open-air theater, and
was engaged in te-too-tuin movements,
lasting only a few moments each night
lor a largo salary, ine boy actually
. ran in tne open sunshine but he had
' stolen a sugar cane in the market nnd
was afraldne would bo caught No
body ran after him, you may bo Bure,
On tho way to breakfast tho Havana
merchant and clerk do not drink throe
beors and a cocktail, and at breakfast
they do not demolish a heavy beefsteak
or plate of. cnops.or ol liver ana bacon,
as wo do the year around. On tho con
trary thoy are very partial to fruit; fish,
boiled, broiled or baked; broiled poul
try, or small birds, salads, omelets, oat
meal or rice, wine tnlnnod down witn
seltzer; coffee or tea. They take it ca
sy at the table.
At 4:30 or 5 o'clock, when the heat of
the day is past and the delightful, cool
hours of the evening nre at hand, the
' merchant and the clerk closo tho places
(all but the littlo retail stores) and go
home or to tho restaurant for dinner.
And do they eat tho slid meat, tho
. stews, tho gravies, the puddings and
pies of our bills of fare of July in Now
1 York? Ob, nol They wish to bo cool
and healthy and comfortable They
rock the juice of an orango or two, and
' take a littlo thin broth or consommo
1 soup, a little wine thinned down with
r cold seltzer or water, some nice fresh
, ,flsb, broiled bird of some kind and sal
- ad, or a siico of somo sort of mcat,woll
done, and then guava paste, or jolly,
or trait and chceso and coffee. (I ad
mlt that the sweetmeats and ohoeso is
bad and there Is too much coffco but
:, no onelsperfeot
v a ; nf THK COOI, Or THE EVENING.
iLt n!ht oomes the recreation; the
';t"IirU- .card, cigars, theatres, par
ttaa, cZTs'.:-y - rido9, promenados, ldlo
- lJt la ti paro listening to tne ma-
tend, courtship, companion
b1iI, sociability. At 10 o'clock or 11
cofl'oo and bod for some; bod without
cofl'oo for others. Hut do thoy not
drink, you ask. Yes, Indeed. Thoy
nro addicted to soda water, lemonade,
coeounut water, limo-onade, tamarind
water, mineral water and all other bev
erages that cool tho body by cooling
tho blood, and that nro slightly laxa
tive. Among strong drinks Vermouth
Is popular, Spanish wines and French
clarets are in demand, and the labor
ing peoplo drink gin. Koto tho naturo
of thCHe drinks, you who underhand
tho subject. Thcro Is reason In all of
thorn. All except brandy. I forgot
that. At night, In tho cafos, I saw sov
oral persons drink brand)'. That Is
contrary to everything else thoy do. It
is most unwlso.
Thoro nro many hints In tho nbovo
general observations of lifo under a
burning sun. Dress for tho season. It
can bo done hero as well as thoro and
as safely, for tho nlzhls nro cooler
thoro. Resides, ono can put on u
hoavior coat at night, 1( nocif bo. Keep
out of tho sun. Carry a sun umbrella.
Don't hurry. Nothing is gained by it.
lOrfcct of Lightning.
A peculiar case ofmisprndod anima
tion'' from fright occurred in Atlanta
Saturday evening last. In the Fourth
Ward a Mrs. Ball resides. Shu is a
stout healthy, hearty woman nnd has
never known a day's illness. When
sho wns a child of iivo years, a heavy
thunder storm visited her homo, and
sho was frlghtenod nearly to death by
vivid Hashes of lightning nnd loud
peals of thunder, iho feelings which
woro hors at that tlmo wero poculiar
nnd clung to her for sevorul yours, but
finally as tlmo went by sho forgot tho
sensations, and for yonrs sho has boon
ablo to watch a thunder storm without
fooling any fear whatever, nnd without
recalling her terriblo experience. Sat
urday evening when tho thunder storm
visited Atlanta it was particularly so
vcro In tho Fourth Ward. Sho sat by
hor window watching tho lightning ns
it How across tho hoavons nnd admired
tho beautiful electrical display. While
hor admiration was at its greatest ex
tent a brilliant flash parted tho clouds
nnd at tho same Instant ran along tho
stroot car track in front other rosi
donco. Instantly a loud pcnl of thun
dor amo, but boforo It enmo sho wns
solzod with that old feeliug of terror
which so completely held her twenty
years ago, and which sho had not
thought of for yoars. Quickly sho
sprang from hor chair and foil across
hor bod, but ns she did so, a trco near
her homo was Bhntlorod by tho elec;
tricnl lluid. This only nugmontod hor
frltrht nnd throw her into a comatoso-
condition, which lasted sovcral hours.
Tho plcturo sho presented whilo lying
In her bod was a distressing ono, nnd
wns exooodingly novel nnd Interesting
to thoso who wero about hor. Sho laid
perfectly Hat upon her back, her nrms
stretched beside hor, perfectly power
less. Hor mouth was so tightly closed
that her Hps wero purple, whilo hor
eyes wero wido open. Tho ball
was liko her body, motionless,
nnd tho pupil soomod" to gazo upon
a point on tho coiling, diroetly abovo
hor. Her ftionds called hor by nnmo,
shook her with groat forco, throw wa
ter in her face, placed ammonia under
UJnosn, but all without nu oiiocl
Sho would not givo any sign of lifo,,
oxcopt at intervals of four or five min
utes, when a most pitiful groan would
escape from her tightly sealed lips. Sho
remained in this condition for 4 or
b hours, when sho suddenly opened hor
month, closed her eyes ami aroso to a
sitting position, much to tho joy of hor
friends. After recovoring herself sho
told thoso with her all that transpirod
whilo sho was helpless, and said tliat
her toolings during tho tiiuo woro just
tho same buo cxpcriencoa wnon ingni-
cnod twenty years ago. lestoruay suo
was up nnd well. Atuimit uonsuiuuou.
mucking tho Yellow Fever.
Mental confusion Is a phenomenon to
which every ono is liable who can bo
bndly scared and it takes but very lit
tlo to turn a tragedy into a farco.
Somo years ngo, when tho torriblo
'Yellow Jack" was in Savannah, Judgo
B of tho supremo court of tho stato
was holding session in tho upper coun
try, but within twenty-four hours' run,
by mail, of tho infected city.
Quito suddenly, lalo ono nftornooh
ho was seized with tho head-ache, pain
in tho back, limbs, etc. Having hoard
that theso woro tho salutations which
Yellow Jack extends to his victims
when approaching them, tho judgo in
great consternation applied to a friend
who was "posted," for advice.
A hot mustard bath wns ordered at
once, and tho judgo was soon laving
himself in the irritant fluid.
Froscntly he felt better, nnd, iinding
a cako of soap In tho bath-tub, ho be
gan to apply it quito freely on his per
son. After some ploasant exorcise in
this way ho looked down for tho first
timo on his body nnd limbs, and to his
horror discovered that ho was turning
His friend was hurrVdly sent for,
camo in nnd declared that the symp
toms were ititousely expressive of
"But," said tho judge, "I feel no
pain; I feel well."
"So much the worse; tho nbsenco of
pain is a marked symptom."
"Oh," groanod" tho judge, "what
shall I do?"
"Tho only hopo is in mustard; rub
away," was nil tho ndvico his friend
And no did rub, with a will.
On examination ho was as black as a
crow and the "soap," which a care
less servant had dropped into tho tub,
was discovered to bo somobody's patent
Tho judgo survived.
"I am a base-hall player," said tho
prisonor to the Judge. "I'll tell you
how it happened." "Goon, sir." "I
wns at tho bat. Thoro wero threo men
on basos. I asked for a low boll and
reachod back to strike, but it wasn't
where I wanted it. Then this man"
"Hold on, sir. Who do you nlludo to
as this man?" "Tho corpse, of course.
Then this man shouted 'foul nnd out
Then I brained him." "Who did you
say ho was?" "Ho was tho umpire."
"Oh, I beg your pardon. You aro dis
rthnrged, sir. The Clerk will onter the
lnatA AfTnlniit flin Intn nmnti.nia a.i.i. If
Monday Kvkninu, July 28, 1 884.
Tho weather is warm uml cloudy, with
heavy showers at intervals. The storms of
laid throe days have bi en gcnoral and very
heavy through this SDctiyn.
Tho fall of tho river will be chucked by
the heavy rainfall and a ulight rue is ex
pected. Tho market in (;cnorally quiet and dull,
wilh fair supplies and lijjit orders.
FLOUR Weak and lower. Stocks aro
fair and tho demnnd light.
BAY The old stock is pretty woll work
ed off. Most of receipts aro medium gntdes,
for which there is no di-maud.
CO UN Tho supply is light and demand
fuir, with a shade bettor prices.
OATS Stock are rather light nnd the
demand good. Prices aro uuehanged.
MHAL Quiet and lower, with fair sales
BRAN Fair stocks and light demand.
BUTTEIt Stocks aro good and we noto
a shade better feeling in tlm market.
EGOS The supply is large and tho
market a littlo butter to-day.
ClIICKENS-Ovorstockud and flat. No
inquiry to-day of any consequence
FHUIT Grapes and Peaches find ready
sale on arrival.
VEGETABLES Potatoes aro slow. To
matoes nnd cabbsu'e find ready Bale.
BaloH and QuotatioiiH.
NOTR. The prlr.ea tmre aivun arc tor aalu fn.ni
Brut handf In round lta. An ail valu e It
Charirt'd for broken lotwin llilliiuor.lt ri.
inn 1)I1 n various grade 3 i!535 95
100 bblH choice 4
2rnra ullt eiluo anmll balo..
1 cur choicit
1 car common.... -
8 car cholr.o wliltln bulk.
!) cura mlxud in hulk
i earn whilo In built..
5 earn now In bulk..
4 cars old in bulk.
No. 2 Hod, pur lm
No. li MudlH'mui'ftn
No. a do
MM bhld Oltv on orders..
MKJ bbls CMty "
8 80 h 2 85
i . I ....... Si 8j
In iucUh, .....
700 nounils country UxTiilfi
(ion pounds choice Northern l!-r.!0
DOU pounds iNorlhuru Ills 15'a'JO
3 coops choice, hens 3 00
25 coops choice young 1 ?J1 75
251)0X0 peaches 75TU 00
Cautulopos ntt (10. 1 O'WjI Ml
Country apples pur bush Wjffi
Uriipes per pound 8
rotiitoos. per ImihIicI..
Tonritoes per box
l'otatoes per 1)1)1
Oranges 0 0iXTl7 00
Li-mous 5 5oui 00
I'lnln Imnn lltM2
H. 0. Hums H
Clear sides t
Ilarri... , none
St. Johns : is
Ohio Ulvor '., . 1 05
24 bui-liel burlaps...
5 bushel '
Choice navy j EMU 00
Gholco modtum tOifti 75
Choice, Factory 8
Beaver per pound..
10 to 65
10 to 45
in to 50
50 to S 50
75 to 10
S to 15
oo to y uo
Dry Flint choice
Sheop Pelts, dry
Sheen Pelts, erven
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oent of ( 'lironli', IVhtvoiim, Hliin ami
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costs nothing. When It is Inconvenient to visit
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Nervous Prostration, Debility, Mental anil
Physical Weakness, Hereuilal and other
affections ol Throat, Skin Hid Houcs, I, lood
Impurities and Blond Poisoning, Skill Aftec
tlons, OldHoreiand fleers, Impediments to
Marrlsitfl, lllieunistlsm, PlleSj Special at-
tontlou t cases from oter-worked brain.
hlimilCAL CASKS receive special at tentlnn.
Dlscsses arising from Imprudencet. Kioessesj
Indulgencoa or Kxpoiuret,
It Is self-evident that a physician re.yluf(
particular attention to a class of cuscb attains
treat skill, sml physicians liirefiilar y.-iu-llie
all oyer tbo country kuowlnir this, freq enlly
recommend eases to tlieoldest nlllce In A merl.
ea,V)hei-n every known li)lliuo-H is le.-ortet'
to, and the prnveil Kernel i.un.M'li--T --.t" alt
lines and couul rles are used, A whole bouse la
used fiiroillcrtpiirposes, ami all are treated with
skill In a respectful manner; ami, kuow.ni
w bat to do, no txpei iuients sro made. On i.c
count of Hie jreat number applying, tho
rharir.es are kept low, often lower than is de
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'irst Wsrd Wm.McHale, Harry Walker
a -iei ond Ward- 0. K. Woodwa d, !. N. flni;liea
third Ward John Wood, Kubert Hmlth.
Kourth Ward Charles O. I'atier, Hanillol Orr,
Kiitb Ward Cfaaa. Lancaster, Haury atout.
Circuit Judiu'o O. J. Haker.
Circuit Clorlt A. 11. Irvln.
County Judxo J. H. Koblnson.
County Clerk H. J. llninni.
County Attoruoy Annas I.eek.
County Treasurer Milua W. l'arkor,
Shurlll' John HoiIkcm,
Coroner It. FltsSKurald
Couniy Commissioners T. W. llallidiy, J. II'
Mnlcahcy and l'eter bauo.
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Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, Under tlie
Law of 1883.
Successor to Widows ond Orphans Mutual Aid So
ciety, organized Juiy 4th, 1877, under
tho laws of 187'.!.
JOHN II. nOIUNSON.
J. A. GOLUSTINK....
0. W. DUNNINU
BOARD OF DIRECTORS fou 1st YEAR.
Wm. Stratum, Strattoh A Bird, growers, Cairo, 111.,
J. A. Goldstlnc, ofOoldstlne Kosenwater, whole
sale and retail dry good;C. W. Dunning. M. I).;'
Pres. ltd. Med: Kx., for Pensions; Albert Lewis,
commission merchant; J. 11. Kobinson, county
ludpe aud notary public; Wm. F. Pitcher, com.
broker and inauranco apent; R. II. Balrd, city
street supervisor; JI. Phillips, carpenter and bnlld
or; Thomas Lewis, attorney and aecretarv ; K. V.
PurcujBttnrney-at-law, I)u(iuoin 111. ; K. Pace
cashier of Centennial Bank, Ashley, III.; Albert
Ilayden, cashier of George Connolly & Co., Spring
field, 1:1 ; U. M. .Munn, nttorney-at-law, 160 Ran
dolph street, Chicago; Hon. Knbt. A. Ilatcher, at-torney-ttt-law,
Charleston, Mo. ; H. Lulghton
cashier First National Bank, Stuart, Iowa.
Statu ok Illinois, 1 Circuit Court of Alex
88, dor Conntv, Illinois.
Coi'nty op Ai.EXASDKit, ) In ChuncerV.
Charles O. Patier and Oulcenia Wolf
John Wolf, Henry Wolf, Mrn. Wolf wife of Ilenry
Wolf, Funny Shrivor, Jefferson Shriver,
Louisa Allen, Anna Mary Jarrett
and Eliza Fisher.
For Partition and Assignment of Dowor.
Public notice is hereby given that, In pursuance ot
a decree made and entered by said court in the above
entitled cause, on the :Hth day of June, A. D. 1HH1, 1,
Alexander II. Irvln, Master in Chancery of the said
circuit court of Alexander county, will, on
FRIDAY, THE FIRST DAY OF AUGUST, 1S84,
at the hour of 11 o'clock In tho forenoon, at thn
southwesterly door of tho court house In the city of
Cairo, county of Alexander and state of Illinois,
sell at public auction, to the highpot and best bidder,
all and singular, the following described promises
and real estate in said decree mentioned, to satisfy
said decree, to-wit : Lots numbered ono (1), two (2)
and three 0, in block numbered nineteen (111), in
the FirBt Addition to the citv of Cairo, in the county
of Alexander ond state of Illinois; also the south
west quarter of the southeast quarter of section
number twenty-seven (27), in township number
thirteen (13), south range two (,') east, In the county
of Johnson, and state of Illinois; also a part of the
northeast quarter of the northeast quarter of section
number two (2), In township number twelve
(12). south range three (tl) east, In the
aald county of Johnson and state of Illinois, name
ly commencing at a small hickory tree on the west
line of said quarter, quarter section at a branch forty
rods north of the southwest corner of eaid tract of
land; thence running due east three chains and sixty
links to a stone; thence north ten degrees east four
chains and live links to a etone at the northwest
corner of lot number seven (7), In Tunnell Hill
south ; thence south eighty-six degrees east, thirteen
rods being the north lino of lota numbered six (Ii)
and seven (7) to a stone; thence south ten degrees
west one chain and thirty nine links to a stone;
thencfl northwesterly to the southwest corner of
said lot number seven (7); thence north ten degrees
east one chain and thirty-nino links to the place of
beginning including said lots numbered six (li) and
seven (7), in Tunnell Hill south. The terms of
Bale will lie one-half the purchase money In cash on
the day of sale, and the balunce payable in nine
months with 6 per cent. Interest, secured by noto
and mortgage on the premises sold. The premises
will lie sold free ot the dower of the complainant,
Diileenia Wolf, therein.
Dated Cairo, 111., July 8th, lHftl.
ALEX II. IRVIN.
Master in Chancery.
Geo. Fisher, Complainant's Solicitor.
State or Ilunoir 1 Circuit Court of Al-
bs exandor County, II.
County or Alevanuiu I linois. In Chancer?
Francis D. Atherton
Luly Atherton, William Atherton and Thomas Jef
Public Notice is hereby given that. In pursuant-oof
a decree made and entered hy said court in the
above entitled cause, on tlie 13th day of Mav, A. D.
1HW, I. Alexander H. Irvln, Muster in Chancery of
the said circuit court of Alexander county, will, on
FRIDAY, THE FIRST DAY OF AUGUST, 1884,
at the hour of 11 o'clock In the forenoon, at the
southwesterly door of the court house, In the city of
Cairo, conuty of Alexander and state of Illinois, sell
at public auction, to the highest and best bidder, all
and singular, the real estate in said decree mention
ed, situate in the county of Alexander
and state of Illinois, to satisfy said decree, being
the undivided one-eighth part nf the following de
scribed lands, to-wit : The east half ot the north
west quarter; the northeast quarter of the southwest
quarter, and the northwest quarter of the southeast
quarter of section twenty-one (21); also the south
west quarter of the southeast quarter of lection fif
teen ().), all In township sixteen (1(1), south and in
range two, west of the third principal meridian.
Terms of sale, one-half of purchase money cash In
hand, balance on a credit of six months,- with notes
and mortgage on premises sold, bearing 6 per cent.
Dated Cairo, 111., July 8th, 18M.
ALEX II. TRVIN,
Master In Chancery.
D. T. Linegar, Complainant's Solicitor.