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THE 1.)A1LY UAJ1U) BULLETIN; THURSDAY MOJiNINU AUGUST 7, 1884.
ILLINOIS UEXTUAL K. H
Shortest ind Quieh-st Rout.-
St. . Louis ami Chicago.
Tho Onlv Ijino JiuntimLi
Q DAILY TJiAIN
P From Cairo,
MAKINU lilKKCT CONNECTION
llHINS l.K.VF l'Hiil'
: :;! u in. M:ii,
arriving in St Lie; i :l on a.m. : C'hifin. M - J' J-n-. ,
Conm i.i iug at (Mm niid KM.dui.hiii fur Clnciu
Lull. l.OIII-'Vlllc, Indianapolis Hli'j dills K.t'l.
lU;!.',"p l. 711. J''ast SI. I.ouirt uiiii
W.'fett' 11 .K.X pifMH.
Arrhii i: it St I.ijuiH fi:4'i p.m., and conn, elm.'
lor ull i.iii,t Wet.
p lu. I"':iwt Kxpnn,
For St. Lou. uti ! h ioau'. arriving ut :-t Loi..i,
M'l.'i o . 111 . , and Cl.icn') ', a. in.
.'1-4." p. in ( 'im iinmti Kxih-i hs.
Arrlvir.i; nt Cincinnati :i a. in. ; Loiilsvill, r.'.'i
a. m. ; IiidiHi,Hnj i- 1: a m. 1'iie-ei.ger. l v
lh! tram p m h the alu-ve loiim 1 :j in It."
IDAUs in nil vniici; of ti ii y otiii r route.
fTit '''' a. hi. rxprei" h I'l'I.I.MAN
NOhF.IM s'i CAIt from Cairo I o ( ini !iii,' j, w it a
out chanijes, ami ti.r,r,;ti nirfj.i-m t m. I .u . -
K II '. Chicago.
F:i.-t 'I lino J .usi .
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piiii".'!)-) fi.iiflNj inter, nin,'. '1 h Sd. -iril m v niter
liion trn'n frmu I'i'.ro arrives In if Yo'k Monday
uoriiiut.' it If :t i. llitriy-nx nojrs in alvti...col
IT' ijt I: rr mute.
lf"Fi:r tbrotith tii ki ni.it farther in'orrriitlei,
v,,j. ; I.'.i..m Lctiial haltrovl DetH ;.' nt.
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of uty ; r Ii "f A ' V. ); ' lIN, :r r
can Sc; sj ri. 1 1"" I "' !'-' !.: ":.
Ami Ymi iiio Many.
No iii'i ti r l.o'.v )i.u c t it " ii :,' n i . : i: .
l'or-ii- r'iirr u.i cun- your U p- ;:. :'m
HAV'll :' SI' sn- t It iit-ii t.j
I M lA I hl!-rrl", $n Ilr.-.!, l...Mlhif
i jd ht ,, ,r ;. i,;;.m,,.,vti nr.
par.'-'t.- for:. s:5 Vit-- Li- rn l. r $ -i. a
..(! '. W ,;,-h f..r Vi lP Mi'-r
W.vh f' r Ymi 1 III1 'in -t r. of
trio- a-;.f n:i:i-: ir yon : ', voi-
a 'i w ti " i'f m.r 1 'ino i v i . M 'i '!'
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ulr'rul; rti'HiD. c-iit- n.-iu S'.t
dilvi-r i'l'i fr f.f'ii'ii 1:1 ii.'H ' 'avik A'iuvI'.
ycnr oil 0-il wt-u l'i i in' '' ; Ul'U' " f
of.Tliitv il'ir.f r. ir!y n wli If "U I m u
.Vikitcl. :.!'::iy u Cuii '.ir'. & trir.i "i" trmt i.l
j.im mi tr.i u Jio t ) J ." im-'.v i.vm. s ii I - ni i
tor oar iliii r .t 'I C a'nt i: of (.11 il u-il Si -r
Willi!.. . s -'if-'OiKli R It'.. I) t' !! "i vi". ir
(.jpinH, , l:.i;,a. . hi.! A'tlol.-iivii'il I ' l- "'""!
in.'l'i I'-.th: !i In rum. i.i . 1 1 , Wni-i- i.vl.-.
A'- or ill r 1 1 ;i.f. A.-., ic. I: miy i.rt)o!i ..n
flu. r i.'l : 0 ' ni'.'i
VV UI.I. ' V AM' A''!I'i:!"'.'(i i''i .
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The .Science of Lit?. Only $1
I5Y MAIL POST TAII'.
Fxtiaiinti'il V Ul'.fv. N. rvoii" anrt lyirnl I).'
lillitv. 1'i-mi.tiiif Ih.cliti'.. in Mun. Krror ol
VuuTh. aii'l tintoi.l !:- r--Miltinir Irom imli-
rn-tiou or ci'."i A ! ' for i vm man. voiau'.
niia.!U--BC'-l h ii I !!. ItconBin J'' pr.-rrip; ii-n
or nil a" till' "'t cl.roinc J!"1"-'''. ''"'
which!? invii uatite. So lo:ii.l Lv t!o: Author.
whoe MpiTt-'ieo lor 'if vcarl ntirh a" proliilh.jr
ntvi-r l.cl. rc a-i' tothfl.it of niy pliynidsn.
tia.'i-i', l.oiitnl ir. t.:itit iful fr nth miinlin, i-mlim
JeiTcoVfri', Ml' tri.t, i;iiii:ai'ti-(i tuh.-ii flinT work
in v. tr ,-n. iiiwhaiiic:, iitiT-try tirt prolf
10111.nl than ai'V ollmr w"rk oolii ni till countrv
forJ Ml. or ti c ni io-v will I"' r. fun.li'il in fwrv
lntnrc I'tt. o oi.lv bv m !. .o:-i'iilil.
IIIiiHirnlivr Kiim If ii cutf". S01..I now. iol(l
nicdiil awaril-'ii thf author hv '.he Natliv al M. diral
A"oi'iii!ioti, 10 lh flii-.r" 1 I wliicli he fh-r.
Thi" hook nhoul'l ho roml t'V tin- yoiinii l"l ir
Mruction. mill hv the alllirfd lor r.-.ud It iil
bfiieiit all.-l.oiicloti l.ai.ri't.
ThiTf i. M moinhrr ot ruicii'ty to whom thin
book will t:ot ho iim fiil. wln tlior youth, p'ir. nt
Biiar.l'iui. inntrurtor or . l'Tti num. Aa'oiooit.
Add-.."" the Teabody Medical I'iMitiile. or Dr
W. II. Parker, No. 1 HnHlicM St-.:et. Ilonton.
Vh".. wh.j mnv 1"' confiiltt'd on nil dleoaceii ro
qiiiritii! eki'.l and expeMem i!. Ch'onic mid oliti-rati-d'.ea-e"
lhat have leillloil T T ,A A 1
(.killot iili o'her phyeiiiti" 11 11 I Ji'li "tie
cialtv. Sneh (rented em- MM I CJ I 1
Cr"itilW without an in"!- Ill 1 Ul
ance ot failure .Mention uu naper.
85 S. Clark St., Opp. Court House, CHICAGO.
A rpmilnrermbnlo. B5Thi Oti!eJ Si.erliillt
In the I'mt.'ii Suieswhow mi-'K novo i;m kuikxci:,
perfect .leihod and mu iio iIiciihi inMii.: hl'KKOV
and 1'Kiimanknt ci'l'.i' of all I'rivate. ( hmnii' and
(.rvollB llmeasi'd. AlTyctioiiHof the Jllon.l, Skill,
Klilney, Illii.l.l.-r, llnnnloii.. I l.-.-.-a, !!
Mores. Iclll.ii of lli.luii. !,. ire Moulli,
Thrin. I. lloiin l'nliia, pi'rinaiiuiuljr cured uud
eradicated from the ayatuui for life.
II C O U ft 1 1 0 Di liillti, Tmpntrnefi.Srm Inal
NLItlUUd .'ii'',',.i ioi Hii iiji, Mnilal
and I'lnisiml lVcaknrs, I'tiitimj Slnnnru,
Wcttli liiim, Sluiitul lheeUiirnt, Impedi
ments to Mnn iiil; rlr., from exert or ";
raiixr, HprrtWjt, snjfilij and pviratilil Ciimf.
B-Youii, m'ld.lle-.Vaeit nnd Ot.l nu n, an.lali
who need Medical MH a"d c.eiienee,eiiiiMilt
Dr. l'.ain atoin'0. Iln.ipininu co.' n nnllonn.imiliiiay
ft..af.it,.,,.,i...rvhiiil Hlininn. AV hril I t.t'i i n -0 U i. II t
tovikil tli.i c:iy I f treatment, mi.iliciiircrin hn sent,
everywhere hv mnil or e',.rni (re.s IVoni olmei-"
Tiit'lon. t J-U melf-iniilent Ihiit a iiliy-icinn wl:u
dive. lii wIm.Io intention to a clan of dmen' nt
tiilna urent nUill.ainl ihysiiMiinn I nmi-ho'it tlin
cwh to tin. Olile-1. Kit.-eti.IWl! I wlinm every
known irooil fenie.lv i loed. .:.lr. Pat"
Aa and llxperleneo nnl. . hi oinui.'n of ao
Iirem.. tini.orii.ii..1. 9 r- I'hoi. w'i'i end hco no
one hut the II iijtiir. t niitilinti'in-t'-''e n!idt..'.e.ll V
c..n(i.len(lul. CniirMvhii-li hio-i, fioleil mol.iaiiiinu
relief elmm-hero. eiieeillv auli"ili'd. l-'ennle Di
ea"e trenled. Call r writ". Jl.mr". fmni l to 4 I
A lo M Siimliiy". lo lo l'i. Utuoi; 10 JlK.u.iU
aNr F11CI'., Addrewiajabovo. ... .
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fj'IiK CITY NATIONAL I5ANK.
JT Cairo, lllinoii-i.
:i oiiio levj:i:.
Ocutnil IJankiriir lUisiucs-i
TIT A'. II A I.I.I DAY
JNTKItl'ItlSK SAVING BANK"
Of ( I'.ro.
KXCU1VKLY A SAVINGS IIA.v K.
riKK V. IIAI.I.l DA". ,
1 nin:ii:')ci.i! Av.-uiM' .:inl K:!;tl' r-
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-..NU'-.A. I' AN KIN'. !;r-ISK- . iN K.
I r xci'ti?;.; ' i.o.ii hi. 1 i-o'i .'i.t .
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ill. '-'.:i i' I ro'npt.v nil. tlo 1 ''
KoKOi: IIAKIUON LhACIl, M. D.
I'MYSICIAN & SURGEON.
J-j.i riii; i:.nti.in paiu tin' II. inn--puthii- tn.':it
in :;i,f ru 'si i!i-. . m il i'.:ri'n"i'? of women
4r.1l l'i.'. i'r- :..
I'hlt'K-i'a II:!' '!.'t:i. "rl'i'il'' tU Voi-
I ifliv. ( ttiro, 111.
j )!. T. E. STP.ONU,
I2H CiannuTi i.U Ave-, Cairo, 11!.
n.wui:. Ki.Kcruii-VAru'.i an. vedicatkd
H ATI IS
a :niloi!i:rtU ihii'y.
A K.ly i'i iitinnl'iu.".'.
jyc. i; w. wm'ii.ock,
Hfru :;. ':0,; C.-.nr..flfil fw:r.".i. !twel
....-' l i'.n N'.Mh Mrwii
('.. PAliSONS. M. i).,
OCULIST AND AURIST.
(iFFirri- ity Druj Store. Curbonda'.e, III.
ST. CLAKA ACADEMY
i t n.nmiitieei tiv sititiited in thf foutlu-rn part ol
M'lKi'nii'iii. 1'upllf arriving at Dubuque. Eat Du
hiique or (iiili'iiii, III . may teleplione to Academy
for co nevance, For l"rllier part'rulars app'y for
catalogue. ST. CI.AKA ACADEMY,
SiuciDawti Mound, (irii' tl'o., Wis-
ST. IlKfilXA ACADEMY, K.DC.IVOOD,
the ni'icnillei'Lt iri of ex llov. Wus'ili'irn. Mn.li
urn. Vn , i- a brunch of St. Clnra"R and otl'et fine
edili'ational ailviililaires.' o- 111
CHKSTHH 211 v.'iir o;icrs Sept.'nihcr 10. A
Klliiiaiv Co!"u'e with I'liivormty l'owera lb-part-nieiitn
In rlvii F.ncineerlii..'. ChetiiNtry I la-'.C"
and Knellnh. I'lreiPar" of ('apt . . 1. IMIiday
nnil N . 11. Thmtlewood. and of MeKi-H 1'. W. Bar
clay, Clmrle" CialliL'her and li. II. Cuniiiniihain, of
thic citv, or of (.'Hi, TIIIU). UYA'l I. I'tesiident.
Col. TTIEO. HYATT,
Presolen!. of the PennHjivanla Military Academy,
wi.l be nt the Hull day llou"e ill Cairo, on Friday,
A'.iftt Sib. a' b o'clock K . M.. and will he happy
to pee patroi ? of tint Academy or ottii rn, nu official
bus ill: C".
Electric Appliances art tent on SO Days' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, Y0UN3 OR OLD,
"Triln nr milNrlnn' fnm Nunvnri I'RHIMTT
Y I, n Vitality. Lack or Nkp.vr Vow ahu
nm, W ASTINlt U'KAKNItKSKS, lintt nil tilOM' ilHCHIl'1
i f a I'ltH'OVAi. Nati'hk n'iilt!nn from Atit'iRH arid
otiikh O.M'fti'. HjM'ftljr relief uinl i;umlfl r'to-
fit iutl nl' llKAl.TTlA ItMniHIlil M4Mltt()(rAKAN'TKRT,
i lif umii'l-t itiwoviTT f the Nin(t'ritti tVntiiry.
bt nil at "iicc for Ulusti utcil .'nmphlcl frru. Addrei
VDITAIO BflTCO., WAHSHAU.MICH.
Z. f DR. f ff f
te MlTttwa Ml urn.
( BEFORE V AND-!
JUiiiifuclurer and Dealer In'
B'.h Btreei , between Com'l Ave. mid Levee.
CHOKE BORIKU A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP A MUNITION.
afe Ileoaired. All Klndi ot Key Mide.
S350.00 I'KK MONTH!
V ' JKJ.J j sM.AI'.Y AND I'U l MISSION
to roinpt'teiit hii"1iu im niiniiL'i r for thi rjtv (or
Stnt.!) Afc'i ncv. ltI-.SI'l..S.s-I,K ('OMI'ANT,' teu--Ineio
p'ucttenll h ino;iop.!y. rivalling the Tele
phone. J;ih ('Asll l(l.(il i.KD for (1.1X41
SAMPLE OUTFIT STAl'LL I.UODS. Nubond.
No Particulars aildrin", with relerenres.
21 East 11th St New York City.
The Daily Bulletin.
Public Sale of Unclaimed
There will be lo'.d at ynt'r. ai'.c'.lon for t'raeo
and charge, to the hltient anil bet bidder, on
Weilnendav. th" Pnh div of September. 1"S1, t ihe
whart boat of ' he liallblay A I'M 1 pn Wharf Boat
Co., laying moored ta the pu'd.c ancilng on the
Ohio Kiver oppoHlta the foot of Sixth trreet. Cairo,
Illinois. The Hale to cotiin.eiiC" 1 1 o'clock, and
continue ni. til all ar-gold or d;"po d of, un'.en
previoulv called 'nr
The follo.in,' lot of uo' d". ut li.ilp. ,tc . which
havobeeiiin More ai,d tmca.lvd for more than
twelve month ins. pa-t, Miiubercd at d mariic-d
a" foi owe v z:
Lot No. 1 noni'irk. 1 box tnv pipe. Ac.
.las W JleutiK, llruOklyn. A'k, 1 box
V x u , 1 hrl dtove pipe.
4 no n:ark. 1 "ca'e henm.
!. l-l'icher Cairo. 1 hoi II IT voad .
1 I.. l"'ead. rails and "lilt".
1. .1 W. I'lililipn. 1 hox II Htood.
7, no mark. 1 ox ami". Art.
S. !. W. lJaveiipi.it Memphis, 1 bile
( ariv.fi and .how.
0. ro inark. 1 Imx aes.
PL Lx Sir YlrL'te I ee. 1 drai; saw
11. Ait. 1. P. v. II. Show, Cairo, 1 box
Ii. .1.e Armpt-cinL'. (ir cr.ville. 1 brl flier
li. .M c.Adatno. Cairo, 1 brl miticral
1 1, no rnaik. 1 Imx p'ow point.".
15. I'.-ter I.:i.T.aii, Tc.xarkai.ts, 1 box
1'. It.. 1 lot Holloware.
17. I.I... Ul:amvl,le, Mo.,1 box dry
1. no nia-lt. 1 box frame".
I.i. S i 11 .berf. MMticello, Ark., 1 brl
I'.inp r Imney".
1). M F. Sn;ie, Fort A'orth, Tcxa", 1
21. I!.. Holly Splines, Mi-., 1 hrl but-
22. II A C, Milhuro, Ky. 1 bale batting.
i . no mnr, 'owing ma. bine
.Ik-. Bell. I'liin, III., 1 pr tames.
2 . no mark. 4 hd e, ij doa wa.hrioards )
.il. Llviiu'eion A Co.. iron founder,
Pitta hnrL', 1 box appla parers.
27. Ii A. K'ldd, 1 hm iWkn.
-s Hun I'helan, Vicksiiiirir, I btlle i't
C II. W.. 1 wajh stand.
:,o. Marv bample, Caly.rt City, 1 box
II II coo f.
.11. Sinith Drop Cairo, 1 box 17 H gowK
M. S orrell it lleiiz. Usceo.a, Ark., 1 box
II II good"
ill. Win. iieid, (joose I-lanil. 1 b Tt k'.'.n.
1. I . T.TrviP. i!:g Pond, Ark., 1 box.
. W. S (iakli), Cairo, 1 box 11 11
:;. Jlii" Kate I'ointz, Cairo, 1 box.
7. Kotbchild" . o., Ci:..,u.. 1 box.
:-S no mark, i bo.xn paper pails
E'.i K. I.. A'.keu, Evuupville, iud., 1 box
I K n.) mark. 1 box II II goodn.
4'. M. A. K . Cliutou, Ky., 1 box BnutT.
4'. V. P.,1 bureau.
11. K. . I. Thompson, Ld, 1 box glr
tr "ti ps.
41. t. W. F... Thoinpsou Ldf, 1 box
4". K.W. D., Tho:opPon Ldg , 1 box
4v. E. W. I)., Thnmj sen Ldg., 1 box
17. 1' W. D.. Thompson Ldc., 1 box
4S. K.W. I).. Thompson Ldg.. 1 butt
4' E.u. I).. Thompson Ldg , .j brl
fo. K. W. D., Thompson Ldg , '.; brl
M. E W. D Thompson Ldg., 'J brl
51. E.W. D., Thompson Ldg.. 1 box
brandy peaeln p.
5iJ. E.W. 1).. Thompson Ldg.. Mo., 1
54. E. W. 0.. Tnomppon Ldg., -Mo.. 1
55. E. . D.. Thompson Ldg., Mo., 1
box briinflv cherriys.
56. K. W. 1)., lhouipsou Ldg.. Mo., 1
.' 7. IS. ,1, Simpson, Lake Charles, Miss.,
"1 boxes loba: co.
no mark. I box II II goods.
1I0 1 box mdse,
0". do .lo
ill. do di
il.'. do H b-1 CO Pa'.ts.
r.l. A. II., New Madrid, 1 boz mdie.
l. no inaik, 1 trunk nidso.
65. If. T. .v. -on, lieelfoot, 1 box ca 6:
ii. 1'. & K., llankin Lug., Miu., 1 butt
(IT. tieo W. Craig, care. Gas Fowler, 1
1 ale mdse.
US. Houseman. Armon & Co., S'. Lotti'.
lo hdles cotton sacks,
li!). no murk. 1 box b ning paddles.
".'. do 2 butts tobacco.
71. S. Sunn) Side, I has coffer.
do co ij brl siienr.
7'. M. C. McNnirv.'.st. Charles, Ky.. I
box Ptind ie.
71. no mark, 1 brl lump ehimnier).
71. A. Kunn, .Mi.lekiiiH Hend, I box
75. no mark, 1 bo stinilrle".
7ii. S. Navuio, Little Kotk, 1 brl gluss
wure. 77. no mark. '2 bucket" bar stores.
7s. do 1 box bar stores.
7!. do do
so. do do
SI. do do
S-2. do do
s.l. do . do
81. do do
sr.. J. S. N , 1 box bar stores.
Sti. do do
57. do do
81. di do
b!. Butler A Ilaff, Holly Ketrea', JIlss.l
box medic. no.
00. J. II. Caviiners. Monterey, Ark, 1
box firo crackers.
HI. 110 mark. 1 bdle wagon rods.
!2. do 1 tirl ginsswara.
1. 'l. K. S. Aiken, Kvansvlile, S boxes
01. T) D.,lyiie.t Son, Thila , 1 box
ll.". Mc.Keowu A I'onU, 2 boxes slovo flx
turpp. Jii. Jno. Uoldcn, Elnnilviilo, Ky., 1 box
sun I boot".
!7. no mark, to hl.ck valises.
!'S. do 1 trunk
9'.i. .1. II. I'r;. I trunk,
in, K J plows.
KI. ltiissel, Illrd's Toint. S plows.
1C. A., Cairo, 1 box hugijy beds, nnd
1 box enrine.
TIIR HALLIDAY & IMIILLIFS WUAKF-HOAT
Cairo, HI., Aug. 5th,lS8.
The new htctuiicr Tlirco Slates will lio
run ou a inoonlioht exumhion Tliurs
ilay niyhf, which tliu public i invited
to attcml. Good nitric, ample roi.in fur
cluticiii;, niiCcssary ft'trcslitufuts nnd other
comforts and nienna of pleasure will lie
provided; nnd it will he an alTiir of the
strictest propriety as to perons.
The Use ot gasoline, in any fonu, upon
premises where the building or its contents
are covered by insurance, furfeits the insnr
ai;ee unless a permit is procured from the
company ur aent who iwued the policy.
II. II. Candf.k.
Vti.i,s & Kkkth.
CtXXIMIlIAM & Yot'L'M.
1'" M. J. IIiJWI.F.Y.
If You Do!
If you want to sdl anything,
If you want to buy anything,
If you want to increase your business,
If you want to hire anyone,
If you want a situation,
If you have a house to rent,
If yen want to rent a house,
Advertise in The Cairo Uui.lktin.
All End to Hone Scraping-.
Edward Shepherd, of llarrisburo;, 111.,
says: "Having received so much benefit
from Electric Hitters, I feel it my duty to
let suffering humanity know it. Have had a
running sore on my leg for eight years; my
doctors told me I would have to have the
bone scraped or leg amputated. I used,
instead, three bottles of Electric Litters and
seven boxes l! )cklcns Arnica Silve, urd
my leg is now sound and well."
Electric Litters are sold at fifty cents a
bottle, and Ii icklen's Arnica Salvo at 2.jc.
per box by liirclity Lros. (")
Miickien s Arnica Salve
The Ikst Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bniisc-s, Sores, Ulcers, Salt IU.eum, Fever
Mires, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cun-t Pile?. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded, i'rietj
.3 cents per box. For sale by Barclay
A .Stiirtliiur Discovery,
Mr. Win. Johnson, of Huron, Dak., writes
that his wife had been troubled with acute
Bronchitis for many ears, an 1 that all
remedies tried gave no pctmancnt relief,
until he procured a bottle of Or. King's
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OFFICIAL I'Al'KIt 11F A L K X AND Kit COIN T Y
K.NTKUKD AT 1 II K t'Allt'l l'OSTOKFIOK Kolt
I HANHMIS."IOS 'I'll IU it'll HI II K MAIM AT
HBCONll CLAPS It ATKH.
3iacki:y and his caimx.
How tlx! Knoaii.a Ivini; ItimhiMt It
l.el'oi'c I'orlitno Sinllod mi Him.
In the first months of 18(10 times were
tough on the CoiiHtock. The winter of
lS.V,)-lji) was terribly severe-, as all old
settlers well remember. Supplies could
not bebrouxhtover the mountains from
California, and before spring many on
the Cotustock went huturryto bed about
three nights in the week. That winter
n jolly crowd niadii their headquarters
in a cabin that stood on the hillside,
above the Ophir office, near the Cali
fornia shaft. The cabin was a sort of
cave-. In entering it ono went down
two steps. Tiio roof was composed of
a layer of brush, a stratum of dirt, and
over this a canvas cover to hold it all
in place. The cabin contained four
bunks, two on the South and two on
tho north side. John Maokey had tho
bunk on tho north side, and Alexander
Kennedy slept in tho upper one. Pat
S. Corbett at present United States
Marshal Corbett and Jack O'Brien
occupied tho south bunks.
At that timo Mackey, Kennedy and
others wero running the old Union Tun
nel, and wero working every day.
AS TIMES liKLW IKH'iiH
aud grub scarce, the number of lodgers
in tho cabin increased. Jack McCaU'ery
was taken in on tho understanding that
ho was to furnish wood for tho house
hold, and Johnnie Walker in considera
tion of his doing all the cooking. Tho
newcomers brought their blankets and
slept on the floor. Virginia City was
then a town of brush shanties and can
vas tents, and it was good to find
shelter anywhere. Lumber being $3W
per 1,000 feet, palaces wero not, to bo
As the winter wore away provisions of
all kinds became- scarce, and famine)
prices ruled for a time early in tho
spring. For a few clays a square meal
"down town" cost $2. Those of tho
boys in tho cabin who started in with a
littbi money had either got to tho end
of their string in keeping up their part
of tho expensea or had gambled off their
Jack McCaU'ery, who was to furnish
wood, began to makn night raids on
tiio wooil piles of tho neighbors in
order to keep up his part of the cabin
supplies, and, the weather being cold,
ho was sometimes prow ling about half
tho night, though
THE Ol'lltll M'Ooll FILE
was his chief dependence. One stormy
night Jack was gone so long that his
cabin mates grew uneasy about him.
Johnny Walker, the cook, said Jack
had vhipered in his ear as ho left
that ho was going to the Ophir wood
pile. A search party was sent out, and
to their inquiring wiii-qiers they finally
got a faint reply. Following up tho
sound, they presently cumo upon poor
Jack. Blinded by tho driving snow,
he and a lig stick from the Opliir had
tumbled together into a prospect shaft.
With tho stick of wood on end and
standing on top of it, Jack's extended
hand still failed to reach the top of
tiio shaft by about two feet. Ho was
hauled out, bruised and nearly frozen.
Next morning there was no wood with
which to cook breakfast, but as thcro
w as not much to cook, a board or two
from tho bunks furnished sullicicnt
Finally, hunger, got into the cabin,
and not a man except Maekey had a
cent ot money. An attempt to starve
tiio more shiftless into
'111 STI.lNll Ki Hi lilil'll-'
had proved a failure; they could do
nothing, an 1, lying back on their
blankets, oave tin, liko some of those
of whom we read among tho explorers
in arctic regions. The cook had an
easy time of il, and, as Saneho Panza
savs. the bellies of all beau to think
tin ir throats were cut. By this timo
some '.ri visions were beginning to be
packed in, i tit prices were fearfully
high. M ickey had just '!'. left it was
all the money lie had in the world.
Here, Pat," said ho to Corbett, hand
ing him a 2' and a 10 in gold, "go
out nnd s e if you can find a sack of
A man had packed in from Piaeer
villo that dav. and Pat found him near
where tho 'Bank of California now
stands. It w as all plaza then all open
countrv and sagebush along tho present
lino of C street. Tho packer had just
one lifty-jiound sack of flour left. Tho
price was $2(3. Pat handed tho Plaoer
villian the gold, got back $4 in silver,
and, shouldering his Hour climbed tho
hill to tho cabin. Maekey took tho $ 1,
and giving it to tho cook, scut him in
search of bacon, tea, and sugar. W hen
tho flapjacks began to brown, and tho
savor of tho bacon pervaded tho cabin,
tho spirits of both tho regular inmates
nnd transient boarders went up to tho
fair weather notch, nnd it seemod that
there was nothing moro in tho world
to be desired. Vinjinin Vily Enter'
llnslKU Girls niul Women.
In all physical exercise, writes a cor
respondent, tho English lass is not to
bo surpassed. 1 noticed two young
girls walking in tho park last week.
Ono was perhaps It), tho other 12. At
least they looked tlieso ages, although
I find that nu English girl's ago is not lo
bo ascertained from her appearance. I
don't attempt to explain tho matter,
but certain it is that when girls hero
look 12 aud 1!) they nro moro apt to ho
1.1 and 211. When they nro 2.) and 30
they look oO nnd 3.1, while with singu
lar compensation matrons of 50 and CO
often look as young as their grown
daughters. In ono respect tho English
mother is more sensible than her
American cousin. Sho keeps her girls
in tiio nursery limits, as it were, as
long as possible. This is as it should
be.""" Tho years speed away fast enough
without forcing tho girls into woman
hood too soon. In America thero aro
too few genuine little girls. They nro
little old Women, with haggard little
dissipated doll faces, with tight stays
and abbreviated skirts. An English
girl remains one until long after tho
timo that her sister on tho other side of
tho Atlantic is married.
ont, or I'iNKriM'ovs n: ats
I lie At'iiisiiii; I'.l oi nl that Led a Mur
derer to Commit Suicide.
"I was just thinking," said Captain
R. J. Linden, superintendent of Pink
erlon's Detective Agency, "of the
wonderful will powerand uutirin? per
severance of Allen Pinkcrton. Verv
few persons, unless they wero inti
mately associated with him, would bo
lievo that nny person could possess
such a patient" persistence, which sur
mounted obstacles that to ordinary
men would appear liko impassable?
mountains. Major Pinkcrton was a
man with a big heart. I don't think
ho know how to do a mean thin;. He
was one of those honorable, fair-minded
mon, who, whilo giving everybody
their due, exacted the sumo for himself.
In matters of business ho insisted on
getting every penny that belonged to
him, and once ho made a promise it
was lived up to if it cost him every
penny ho owned in tho world. His
likes and dislikes wero intense. If ho
became your friend
NO AMOUNT OF CALUtfNT -
on the part of your enemy could
change his opinion; but if ho disliked
you, neither arguments nor entreaties,
could shake him an iota.
"Major Pinkerton's perscveranco anil
ingenuity wero tho secrets of his suc
cess in all his undertakings. If ho
could not accomplish his purposo by
one plan ho immediately resorted to
another, lus mind was wonderfully
fertile in expedients, and it was a raro
thing for him to fail when ho had onco
set his mind upon success. You can.
form some idea of his ready tact and
capacity for planning in tho caso of tho
colored murderer Johnson, of South
Carolina, who killed an enemy tinder
the most brutal circumstances. Major
Pinkcrton was pretty positive as to tho
man's guilt, but it was impossible to
obtain a complete chain of evidence.
With tho natural seeretiveness of his
race, Johnson refused to tail into any
of the man-traps laid for him and
mako a confession, which was Pinker
ton's object. After weeks of patient
but abortive work, a novel plan was
hit upon. Tho murderer was surprised
ono morning when ho went to tako a
plow into a field to find it spattered
with blood. In tho open held where
ho was to work tho murderer found
LITTLE POOLS OF l'.LOOD
along tho coursohc was to plow. When
ho went back to tho stable ho was '
startled by seeing the bloody imprint of
a human hand on the stable door.
Every hoe, or rake, or other farm im
plement that tho man picked up had
blood on it. When nightfall came tho
murderer was so paralyzed with fear
that his teeth wero chattering and ho
was afraid to go to bed. Ho believed
that tho spirit of his victim was haunt
ing him. The detective and his assist
ant noted these symptoms, and wero
confident that tho right plan had been
struck tit last. It had been after a
fashion, and thero was a horriblo proof
given the next day. Johnson was
found in tho barn with his throat cut
from ear to car. He had killod himself
rather than cndtiro the tortures of a
guilty conscience. I need not explain
that the blood marks which frightened
tho murderer's guilty soul wero tho
work of the detectives aud not of
"it was in that kind of detectivo
work that Major Pinkcrton excelled.
He could change his tactics so that tho
man or men ho was seeking would be
led into a trap when they really
thought they wero getting out of one.
There- are scores and scores of such in
stances, but the) have all been pub
lished from time to timo as they oc
curred, nnd I do nut suppose would
interest you. It was one of Major
Pinkerton's rules to conceal nothing
from the public of public interest, after
tlie work was done, and it was another
inflexible rule to tell the public nothing
before the job was finished or whilo it
was in progress. From this ho never
departed, and his sons, William and
Robert, who nro their father's success
ors, wili adhere to it as rigidly as tho
founder of the tigenev did." I'hiladd-
The Lilt Sid( the I .otter.
The left sido of the faco is the right;
statistics prove the paradox. Artists
idways put tho best touches, finest
shading, and most delicate tints on the
left side of the profile. Actors, act
resses, and public singers always mako
a half turn to the right when they wish
to impress their audiences. Young
ladies desirous of bewitching their
gentlemen friends always walk on tho
right hand side. Why? Because
science has shown that tho left sido of
the face is the more beautiful, or loss
ugly. The left hand is more magnetic
than the right, the left breast has a
more graceful contour than the oppo
site, and the glance of tho left cyo has a
hew itching power of which tho riht is
hopelessly innocent. Tho themo will
bear infinite expansion, but wo forbear
to pursue it. Tho remarkable part of
the now well-known fact is that tho
di-covery was made by the Cuinese. In
tho voar'Ol'.sl Alt Hiilg Fy Foy had a
family of 17 daughters. They wero all
left-handed, and were greatly sought
in marriage by mem hers of tho royal
So irresistible were tho
charms of those moon-eyed maidens
that every man who looked upon them
became enslaved. To save tho Empire
from internecine war for their pos
session, the Emperor made an edict
that the daughters of Ah lling Fy Foy
should bo :. flowed to havo 13 husbands
each, but that in tho future all left
handed girls should bo strangled at
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