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I'HB DAILY OAifiO BULLETIN; SATURDAY MOliMKG, NOVBMnBU S9, 1884.
! I am com pulled to make room for
my imuHomj smci of holiday Bonds Imve
conduced nut to rua my 5-ml-10-ctnt
counters alter tbe 1st of Ddcenibur, so
parties wishing giest baruaius will chII at
once. I propose unking tie-so coun'ers the
greatest attractions to be found in the sy
"Of bruitin ever tiff red in Cairo. Bo call and
avail vounv-lf of (he opportunity of gutting
th InryiHi quantity of gondii fur little
money. Tluee dsya onl.
I r Ki-ij B.iTi'.
' Shelving, counter, show cases aud look
ing glasses tor Bnl i hesp.
",. , , I. Fakkbakeu & Co.
8t (j.r. bevuutb It.
Look for the Red light,
at DeBuUu'i fib" Ohm levee.
' C. Eocb, Manufacturer and Dealer
in boots and shots, keeps always on hand i
1 . ... ..,., ..f .........I anil tail!....' Ii.u.t.1
.ttlKV HBUIlUirUl 111 nCUM IUU iaJ.ir ll"'ll"
shoe and runners ot all style and siz.
Hand-made goods a specialty, also alwajf
on band lo-ither and flndints. It will pay
' you to call on him before purchasing e ae
. where. Ilia pnen are very low and satis
Flewett can supply you with the best
Ovstprs in the citv. tf
For the Best Oysters,
go to DeBauo's, 50 Ohio levee.
Under the auspices of the worn id's club
and library association : Clasa in nil paint
ing, Mrs. 0 Fisher; class in wood-carving,
hammered brass, repousse, modeling ami
etching, Mrs -F. Koismcyer. For terms
and hours apply to above named teachers.
Place your orders
Oysters and Fish.
For a Good Meal
' or a good room, go to DuBiun's, 50 Ohio
Thousands Say So.
Mr. T. W. Atkins, Giratd, Kan., writes.
"I never hesitate to recommend yonr Elec
tric Bitters to my customers, tney give en
tire satisfaction and are rapid sellers "
Electric Bitters are the purest and bist
medicine known, and will positively cure
Kidney and Liver complaints. Purify th
blood and regulate the boels. No family
can aff trd to be without them. Tney will
save hundreds of dollar iu doctors' bills
every year. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by
Barclay Bros. (3)
Hewetl's Oyster Depot is on Eighth
itreet, one door e-.st of Commercial, tf
tfucKien's Arnica salve
The Bust Salve In the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Kheurc, Fevei
Hores, Titter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positive!
cures Piles. It i guaranteed to give per
feet satisfaction, or money refunded. Prio
25 cents per box. For sale by Barclaj
Open Day and Night.
DcBaun's restaurant, 50 Ohio levee.
A Walking- skeleton.
Mr. E Siringei. oi itlecu nitsiiurg, Pa.,
writes: "I was affected with lung level
and abscess on Iuuu'h, nd reduced to a
.walking skeleton. Got a free trinl bottle
of Dr. King's New Discovery fir Con
sumption, which did me so much gO"d
that I bought a dolUr bottle. Alter using
three bottles, found niell nice more a
man, completely restored to he-dth, with a
hearty appetite, and a gun i i flesh of 48
lbs." Call at Btrulay Bros.' drug store ano
get a free trial bottio of this certain c ure
for all Lung Diseases. Large Dottles $1 00.
Only the Best Brand of oysters,
at DeBauu's, 50 Ohio levee. tf
A Fair Oflcr.
TheVottaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
offer to send Di. De'a Voltaic Beit and
Appliances on trial, lor thirty (lave, to men,
1 old oryouug, afflicted with nervous debili
ty lost vitality and kindred troubles. See
advertisement in this paper. 2
Hop Plasters are clean, sweet and pleas
ant to use. Fresh Hops combined with
Balsams and Gums. More powerful than
any other porous plasters. 25 cts. (12)
HTro match that bonnet 1 Feathers,
ribbons, velvet Can all be colored to tnitch
that new hat by uing the Diamond D)es.
10c for any color at the druggim. Wells,
Richardson & Co., Burlington, Vt.
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and I" .ken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth! If bo,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low'i Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer i mined
lately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cuies dysentery and
diarrhraa, regulates the stomach and bow.
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone ami
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
low'a Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
Is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest ami best female
nurses and physicians in the United States,
and it for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 23 cents a bottle.
Samson's Legs and Locks.
; When DelilaU clipped ff San.sona locks
liiai inigmy aimete at once became "as
other men." It it r.oiiM l. tmu,.,l iti,.t ti,,.
possession of luxuriant hair would cn-dile
, men to tear open bona' jawa,l!is(!nx & Co.,
would be driven w in the effort to sup
ply enough of Parker's Ilvr HaUim to
' meet the demand, As it is h IKIs m
prevents your hair from falling out, nnd
restores the original colored if failed or
gray. B' sides it is a great addition to the
toilet table simply us a dressing.
Attompt to Destroy the Edlnburt
House At Dublin With
Eirtl quake Shocks At Genm, SwJt.ef
land Thirty Persons Drowned by the
Sinking of a Steamer.
The Cholera Spreading At Toledo and
Bcnicpo, Spain General Gor
Ireland. ' r
DYXAMITKRS AT WORK.
Di-bixv, November 28. An attempt
was made at Tralee last night, which
nearly proved successful, to destroy with
dynamite tbe resilience of Samuel Hassey,
known as the Edinburn House. Many
windows and a portion of the eastern wall
of the house was budly shattered. No one
Geneva, November 28. Several vlc-
lent shocks of earthquake were felt hero
TDK CHOLERA 81'READLNG.
Madrid, November 28. There were
three fresh cases of cholera at Toledo
aud two deaths yesterday. At Benlopa
there were two fresh cases and three
TniBTT PERSONS DROWNED.
London, November 28. Dispatches
received this afternoon from Dunkirk
state that the steamer Durango was sunk
u a collision of that port to-day, aud
thirty persons drowned.
GENERAL GORDON'S MESSENGER.
Cairo, November 28. A messenger
from General Gordon has reached filer
awl. THE TL'KK.
Brighton Beach Races.
New York, November 28. There was
an extra programme at Brighton Beach
yesterday. The entries were large, and
the attendance good.
First Kace All ages; six furlongs:
Valparaiso, first; Hickory Jim, second;
Shelby Barnes, third. Time, 1:1H.
Second Kace All aires; six furlongs:
King Lion, first; Frank K, second;
Florentine, third. Time, 1:17 3-4. Mu
toals paid 8.G5.
Third Kace Handicap for all uses;
mile and a quarter: Fosteral, lirst;
Glengarine, second; Arsenic, third. Time,
2:1'J 1-4. Mutuais paid 843.85.
Fourth Kace Three-year-olds; one
mile: Warren Lewis, llrst; Unknown,
second; (ilenbar, third. Time, 1:40.
Mutuais paid ."J.;)5.
Tilth Kace For all axes; mile and one
ehjhth: Herbert, llrst; Hurton, second:
Kitot, third. Time, 1:5'.) 1-2. Mutuais
Sixth Kace For all aires; seven fur
longs: Miller, llrst; George Suierly,
second; Woodflower, third. Time, 1:32.
Mutuais paid. $11. 15.
Brooklyn Driving Park Races.
New York, November 28. There was
a big crowd at the Brooklyn Driving Park
at Parkville, L. I., yesterday to witness)
the trotting and running races, mile
heats. The betting was very spirited.
The first race was a match between J.
Garroley's Molllc Keauinr and mate and
J. McCrlmlin's White Gown aud mate.
It was won by the former. Best time,
The second was a match between Mr.
Thome's Lizzie T. and Mr. Nelson's Mol
He Sprague; won easily by Lizzie T. Best
lime, 2:60 1-2.
Tbe third race was a running match,
one-half mile heats, best two in three,
but was not finished on account of dark
ness. The summary stood:
MagenU Stables, Charley JFisk, ..21
Mr. MuMahou'H Magnum, ... 1 2
Time, 50 j 64.
Executive Clemency Governor Critten
Jkfkf.rhon Citv, Mo., November 28.
Tbe Governor to-day commuted the
sentence of Henry Marshall, convicted at
the October term, 1883, of the St. Loul9
Criminal Court of grand larcencv and
sentenced to the Penitentiary for two
years, to a term expiring January 12th,
A pardon was granted by Kin Governor
to-duy to Win. D. McNeill, convicted of
burglary and larceny ut the September
term, 188, of the Gentry Coifty circuit
Court, and sentenced to the Penitentiary
for five years. The burglary and larceny
was oi a inning nature, and was commit
ted while under the Influence of liquor. It
appears thut he stole a slice of cheese and
some sugar out of a grocery for the pur
pose oi eating It.
Dlioovered the Incendiary,
Raleigh, N. C, November 28. Citizens
of towns In Nash, Edgccomb and John
ston counties, whose gins and dwellings
have been burned lately, believe they
have found who Is the guilty person aud
are seeking for Joe Hannatit, a negro,
who Is kuown to havo set lire to Garry
Williamson's buildings In Wilson County
last week. He Is so closely pursued that
ho stole a horse a few days ago and rodo
through Kalelirh with It. He has been
twice convicted of urson before.
M itchell-Qillegpie Mill.
PlTTSBfRoii, Pa., November 28.
Charles Mitchell and Billy Madden an
rived this morning, and will tuke part In
the glovo contest to-morrow night In
Lafuyetto Hall, when Mitchell Is to fluht
Gillespie, of this city, with soft gloves for
60 a side, the winner taking seventy-
Uve nef Relit, (if thii ttutn num,v im.l .1
. - - wvmji ii ii t i m;
loser twenty-live per cent.
De igate to the Araerloan Convention,
Toronto, Ont., November 28. The
I'rovinelal Hoard of Health havo decided
lo send Dr. llryee as delegate to the Coii
ren Ion of State Hoards, to bn held In
A'aihlngton, to discus the question of
tie prevention oi cholera.
Tha WaeVa IfrUunMr
New York, November 28. The failure!
during tbe last seven daya reported by &
0. Dun 1 Co. were i United States, 222 j
Canada, 27 j total, 29. This la adccreasi
of 28 as compared with last week.
Stopped la Time.
St. Paul, Minn., November 28. The.
much heralded Barnes-Norton prUe
tight, which was put down to take place
yesterday at the Gymnasium, corner
Seventh and Fort streets, wus stopped by
Chief of Police Clark just as the men
were st lpped to enter the rln0'. Barnes
aud Norton were held In f 500.
Mt. Vernon, O., November 28. Geo.
Burrls, the spiritualistic doctor who, It Is
believed, caused tbe death of Mrs. Sarah
Welker by unheard-of treatment, was
yesterday brought to bis city on a war
rant, examined la the Probate Court, ad
judged Insane and taken to the Central
Insane Asylum at Columbus.
Belleville, Ont., November 23.
News from the small-pox Infected district
in North Hastings Is of a very encour
aging character. Only two fresh cases
are reported. Those under treatment are
rapidly . recovering. The spread of the
disease Is believed to be checked, and the
danger of fatal results past.
Attacked by a Deer.
Cincinnati, O., November 28. Paul
Schopper, night watchman In the City
Work House yards, while making tbe
rounds last night, was attacked by a full
grown buck deer. When rescued by two
prison employes, Schopper'g face and
head were terribly lacerated, aud his
right leg was broken. Ho was alsoother
wise Injured and can not recover.
Taken In Tow.
New York, November 28. The Mai
lory Line steamer Colorado arrived here
early yesterday morning with the Old Do
minion steamer Wyancke in tow, the lat
ter's machinery being disabled. Tbe
Wyancke left for Norfolk, Va., on Tues
day afternoou last. On Wednesday morn
ing at 6:30 o'clock the cylinder gave out.
The vessel was then fourteen miles smith
ol the Delaware lightship.
Grain and Provisions.
FRIDAY, OVEMBEK 28, 1B84.
Oottos Ptea-ly; mlMllnr, 010Ve.
Flour Stealy; XSLX to choice, i303.10;
WHKAT-Meady; No. 2 Red, 75.tt;5.','c; No.
S ited, ;si;o.
Cohs Mealy ; No. 2 mixed, SCVSW.'c ; No.
2 white mixed, 37c.
Oats Higher; No. 2, 2SV32CC.
Rvk HiKher; No. 2, 4S'aVc.
Tohaccu Finn; lugs; common to choice,
fUW'alO.Oo; leaf; common red leaf, 7.5e
IO.kj; medium to pood, iU.lM'a 17. 00.
Hay i'rulrle, s.uO'a Ifl.so for prime to choice
new; c over mixed, $7.uo'olo.0u for common
to prime; pr me new timothy, $9.uu'all.eu;
fancy, Jl.'.OO'd 13 00.
HrrTKit Meady ; choice to fancy creamery,
24'rJi;c; dairy, choice to fariev, iO'iiiic.
Koos Imll ; fresh atoek, sic per dozen.
1'otatoks Hrm for choice; common dull;
common to choice, is'afle.
I'oiiK hull ; new mess, Jll.OCeS 11.25.
Lako ijiiet; prime steam, fi'. a 7c.
Iiacom i.oniis, "4c; shorts, 7;c; clear;
rihs, 7Sc; nil packed.
H ' lot TinV washed, choice, 2-c; fair, 27c;
tllnvy on.l Inwr, VH'm. J&c. I.'li WMxill-d ( lll'lcu
medium, JO a .'use; H"od avi-rau'e medium, H
fcl'Jc; selected llieht line, 17'a !.; ood aver
auo iifel7c; heavy, Wa Pi; combini;, quarter
blood, UOaJO.c; combing, low grades, Wit
Hides Green salted easier; dry atcady.
Green Suited, 9e; damaged. 7c; branded, sc;
bulls or ata,"i, 0c; part cured, sc; Kreen, (un
cured) 7Sc; dry flint, 17c; damaged, He; kip
and calf akin, 14c; bull or stairs, loc; dry
salted, l.'c; damaw, lftc; Klue stock, Jo.
bHKKP I'ki.ts-UuII; ifreen.SO'auocj dry, do,
4ic; green ahearllnus, lSaJOc.
Wn EAT-Flrmer ; No. 2 Red, December, 81 Vc ;
January, K4c ; February, stic ; March, H o ;
April, SKiVc, May, flu.
CoKN-lliubcr; November, IWe ;Dnccmber,
48c; January, 45.'c; February, i.Vgc; March,
40v4'c; Muy, 4ii Vc.
Oats Lower; November, 87,'lc; Decem
ber, 31 Vc; January. 3a Vc; May, 34 "c.
WiiEAT-Flrmer; November, 74c; Decem
ber, i4a74Hc; January, 74ic; February,
"5'-,c; May, sivc. '
(John i irmer; Novcmber.MVc; December,
';ar. S4fic; Junuurj-, 3Mc; Febru
ary, Wic; May, 37o
UT!i-.Sieiy; November, 2.1 c; Decern
ber, 25c; year, ac; January. aXc; Feb
J,1" rJ,lKl'eri.,'''ar 10-77; January,
J10.95; February, $11.07
wU..RnrSr.f!te?,J,i 'vveinher, $7.05; Decern-
.'iV0?Tv.'""',0J"r"h"r' 'VM: January,
$5.M; February, $:,,72; March, $i.Bi
Live Stock Markets,
Cattle Market dull in svrnnathv with
taatern points; quotations -noinltiaf; (food i
to heavy steers, i.iVa ,.ii; fair to ood, J?.40' .
B.W);common to medium native, $3.76'a t.ii; J
v i-uiuiumi eiccrs, :i.7.Vd4..w; nunc
to ifoodHtocker,$:i.(i(Ka:i.71; native cows and ,
taoo'?45i J,00i u'n,:U C0WM ttnd calves,
llous The piw klni? demand exceeded the
.' Z.H'.'1"1 '"'-'"''e heavy paekln sold
I, , ... iiiia.jij i,ui:nuiK
' L i-? t,; 1com"in. W.lO'ot.15; Vorkera,
. S4 l..'o 4..to; plirs and culls, $:.70'a.(K).
Mikei'-DuII; common to medium, Jl.SO'3
;.r,.!l.'I.t0,K''',1, ?- w':, ,l,; Kood to choice, ,
, .uiiiun, jjcr iuv Vis, .UUra4.UU.
Hoos-Fulrly active and ion 15c lower than
Wedesday; rcelpts,3.1,iKW; llKht, $;l.(XKa4.40;
roiiKh packintc, .H0'4.20: heavy packlni
and shipping W 2.Va4.50. ' ' 4"-"
..d13I','.T'''l!y an( """UK I receipts, 8,000;
exports, tA.204iA.SO; iroo.l to choice, t5.0oVa8.1 j
wlnlwm' nwlu' common to
i uh, "t-K-Medium to pood of from 1,000 to
ff.t?unllf M,,, nt common to
JS.M. butchera',t3.:i'u.oo; falratockera,
o'(K!fLA,!,,IMI"-Mark(.t dull; feeders,
K'tJ'5?: I"'""1 u f""J butchers' sheep,
i,70i " r ' ana-lalambs, ti.70.
...y. ?7'..llr,'t.'u:t,V0',lriu and hlKhoronao.
!K0JtlZhZ. M"I'1"!t "teadyj exports,
o"'""1 10 hleu ' shlppinlr;
bM'&.,bl , common to medium, M.soufl.lo;
eodera, W.76'4.tfi; cows. t.'.rtinci.JS; Krass
.J'l'r"'1')' H Rh"'ln lower; lots of 20
WH IiS Rt iM'ai-Vi "ia''r
i"r'V..',Lk,.,t 'llet icommnn to medium,
F2.2ii.OO; lair to gUod, f2.7.Va3.SO.
Money and Stook Market.
NRW Yohk, Novemhor 2S. Money 1 per
lont; exehanirn ((..vernmeiita firm;
urreMcy, .a, 1 .1 b ; 4 s, coupon, lui bid
ba, do, 114 1 bid. Tim hxchiihKo dd nol
pen until II a. m., in iicm. nlunco with
wreemiint. At the opetilnn spHciilalion was
eak, and prices Kraduallv dec-lined duriiiK
Hie llrji hour, when the fiVurea were J to 4
ii-low V4 ednesdiiV H eloxii Afier mlddnv the
1st waa itivtin morn Hiipport and the' bull
illquen bill the sioi-ks up. prices at time of
vntiUK aro snowliijt a narlial recovkrv.
MI8ERS AND TIIKIK HOARDS.
Famoiw liiiliter of n.M uml (ho AT tilth
Tlmro la every rousoii to boTu-vo that
the honnU of money and otlu-r vnlti
itblcs one so often iviuls of ns hiivi.ng
been (HsoovitimI bv workmen wiiilo en
gugod in pulling ("lown old liou-.es liuvo
bi'rii seercli'd by iiiIm-i's; the n-sull is,
that in many crises, properly thus found
is taken os ti'ssiou nf bv persons whom
the miser never intended to benelit,
namely, their hoirs-at-luw ntid next of
It is pretty certain that misers of
botli sexes existed ages ago, as they do
in our own day, and tliefollowingtxihs
concerning somo notable oxamples of
monomaniacs may not bo uninterest
ing. Of these who made, it a rule of
their lives to "gather gear by every
wile," the caso of M. O-ierwald, who
died in Paris in 1791, is remarkable, ns
show ing that the richest man in a city
may also bo the most miserable ' one.
Iltwas tlio son of a poor mini itr, and
began life in u banking-house til II tn
btirg, where he ncquirod a small sum,
which ho augmented bv his sjhhmiIi!
tion.s in business nnd iiis' (voiiotii"nl
modo of living; he ufterwanl caiuo to
Paris, where he ncctimulatcd tU vnor
inous fortune Ho was a bachelor -the
expense of a wifo and children -being
incompatible with his frugal mode of
living, lie had lor bis servant a poor
wretch, whom ho never perinitteil, jo
enter his apartment; he had always
promised that nt his death lie should
be handsomely recompensed, and ac
cordingly he left him a pittance of six
months' 'wages ami it suit of clothes,
but. ns he expressly stated, "not the
most new." A few days before his
death some of his acquaintances, who
saw that ho was reduced to the last. ex
tremity by want of nourishment, iro
posed to him o have sonic soup. "Vos,
yes," he replied, "it is easy to talk of
ioup but what is to become of the
meat?" Thus died one who wa re
ported to bo the richest man in Paris,
more from want of care uml proper
nourishment than from disease. Ha is
stated to have left to relations, whom
he had probably never seen, th stun of
three millions" sterling. Under bis
bolster was found eight hundred thou
sand livres in paper money.
The neighborhood where Mary Lu
horne died seems to be still fatuous for
its misers. In 1H77 there died at Wool
wich, Kng.. a Mr. John Clark, aged o
He is described as having been a man
of education, but a very singular char
acter; although reputed as immensely
wealthy, he was very ini-erly in bis
habits, and lived to the la-t in a s.jualid
hovel in the poorest part of Woolwich;
the greater portion f hi life w as spent
in the accumulation of books, of whii-h
lie left a large store, it was reported
that the front .-butters i f his hrjii-e had
not been opened for thirty year-: he
never took a regular meal, nor did ho
know the taste of wines or.-piriN. Vet,
notwithstanding that he lived in mi. h
a den and sull'ered sin h privation-, be
reached an octogenarian age, and died
worth ,J'a),Nj or tln reuboirts.
An in-tanee of mi-erlv habits in the
great and noble is to bo found in the
case of that renowned captain, liar
Duke of Marlborough, of whom it is
chronicled that, when in the la-t stage
of life and very inlirm, he would walk
from the public room in Hath to his
lodgings on a cold, dark night, to save
sixpence in chair hire. He died worth
It is recorded of Sir James Lowther
that, after changing a piece of silver in
George's cotVee-nouse, and paying two-
lence for his dish of coll'ee, he was
iclped into his chariot (he was then
very lame arid inlirm), and went home.
Some time after he returned to the
same cotlee-house on purpose to ac
quaint the woman that kept it that she
bad given him a bad half-penny, and
demanded another in exchange for it.
Sir James is stated to have men had
about j"J0O,ooo per annum coming in,
and was at a loss whom to appoint hi.s
Sir Thomas Colby, an oflicial high in
rrflice, shortened his existence by bis
passion for this world's goods, as ap
pears by the following anecdote: "Ho
rose in the midd e of the night, when
he was in a very profuse perspiration,
nnd walked downstairs to look for the
key of his cellar, which he had inad
vertently left on a table in the parlor;
he was apprehensive that his servants
might seize the key and rob him of a
bottle of port wine, instead of which he
himself was seized with a chill and
died intestate, leaving over 1,000.000
in tbe funds, which was shared by live
or six day laborers, who were bis next
of kin."' Marvelous good luck for his
At Northlleet, Kng., there died in
1772, a Mr. Page, dealer in limestones
and gimtlints, by which occupation and
by a most penurious way of living, ho
had accumulated a fortune of some
.;0,000. He lived alone in a largo
house for several years, no one coming
near him but an old woman in the vil
lage, who once a day went to make hi.s
bed. His death was occasioned by
running a knife through the palm of
his hand by opening an ovster.
Some years since a cVifl'onnier (or
rag and refuse gatherer) died intestate
Iu France, having literally "seraped"
together lOO.O'X) francs, the whole of
which went to the heir-at-law.
My recent visit lo Home of thn noted
watering places, and my observation of
several largo audiences since my return,
has impressed me once more with the
belief that the thinness nnd angularity
of American women, so much com
mented on by Kuropenns in the pu.st, is
fast be otning traditional. They seem,
to be competing for fullness, not to say.
stoutness, with their Old World sisters,
wlio almost universally iicipiiro tin ex
cess of llesh with the passage of Jheif
youth. It is remarkable how few native
women, out of girlhood, ono meets
nowadays, in the large cities, that have
preserved their slenderness. Twenty
years ago a round, plump figure was
nlinost an exception. Now the exerp-
tion seeniH to be the other way. The
increase in avoirdupois iu the daughters
of the nation is too ( otispictioiis to bo
Ignored. It is probably due lo tlio
growth of wealth, and, t fie re fore of ea-u
and luxurious habits In lljeeotninunily,
Ac w York l.ittcr to Uustuu Atci:rtii'r,'-
No 101 Commercial Ac 6th.
riio 'popular Due-Price Shoe Store would"
; lpspt'ctlully call, attention to a new line
oll'.o.s tiLfl ouUis shoes. Neatest and V
b'stTt'iuiiin; Hoys' Mutton Hoots in the
pify, Mzs 1 to 5, 82.00. Solid Solar Tin
Uutii' JJutt Jloois, sizes 11 to m, $1.50,
K3rrhiw urn not shaddy goods, made to
sell only, hut are .warranted as rep-pr.jscnteIl
We amy a full line of Ituhber Goods
all the styles ut the very lowest prices.
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' Cairo. Ills
i:r rs - v- i
101 (ommcreial Ave.,
ElXnri DEAJ.KK JN
STOVKS, -:- RANGES,-:-TIM,
Japanned I5erlin mid jdo "Ware,
Iliid Caes, Hath Tubs. Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
AtrfT.t for Ailiiins i Westlake Oil. Ca-'olinr and (.'as toven, Ddroit
afe l o., llaiti'lton steel hows. C'ltil fol Plow s. Walking: Cultivators,
Com Sheiltts. llanteis, Itr.., Ktc.
s. 27 &
TKl.KI'HDNK NO. UiD.
E. A. BURNETT,
is prepared t" do Job Printing of every description from a
Dodder to a Threes he t Potcr on the shortest notice and
iu tin best stle, and at the lowest possible prices. Call
and j;et hi.s prices.
OFFICE:-No. 78 Ohio Levee. CAIRO, ILLS.
' N.ill IdintMiage.
Since the new science of rending
character by the handwriting has come
in, ii is even jaid that tho euro taken
of the uaila tiff c'.s the handwriting.
'J lio leng. almond-shaped nail is a
great support to the niiddlo linger,
which guides tho pen. One can hard
ly imagine a person with short, stubby
finjer-nails, which are covered with
akin, writini the Jong, graceful Eng
lish hand which ho delights tho recip
ient of i he note from a irrande dame.
It is said that pocM nnd people with
imagination are apt to have long, taper
linger and beautiful linzer-niiils. They
h.'ivo a hand-writing in which tho long
up-sirokeH nnd down-strokes cut into
tiic line above ami hem-atli them. Tho
heads of their capital letters are largo.
This handwriting shows ardor and im
pulse. When it litis a markedly down
ward movement this handwriting
shows a tendency to melancholy. An
iip:iunle for critici-m is shown among
the pcoplo who bite their nails. They
are cynical and severo, uncharitable
und bitter. J'liev write small,
cramped, hikI. Illegible hand. How
ever, titer" niav. he good-nnui vo l crit
ics, men with yersiuidl v of comprehen
sion, 'lliev .vutild have sum 1 1 but well
shaped nails, ' nnd Ihoir hand writing
would b" somewhat angular1, , showing
penetration an'CHttes'. ;
The nails 'of n ru,-ieinii arc, of course,
to be obsi rveil. all iioii;;h iho piano
somo: lines Ii jitn s IVmii. The groat
musicians btr.e a sloping hhud-writing.
Tlu'i'o is, lio ve'V an eccentricity pe
culiar to tuc linii'iw'rltiii'.r of executive
musicians, ih witie'siod in thru of
lSeeihiivca. Ti.c ling-ir-nails of math
eiiKiiiei iim ffc n pt lo i" npiaro and
not beatn'nit'. Tne lnuidwrl iug of ucli
p.'I'Hotis si ow a (pli'jt liloveiilL'Ul ot'.HlO
pen. The iinoii arc siraigla with tho
paper, the up-strol;? V snd the .down
strokes uro short, while the capitals
ate saiall unit annular. D'ploinacy
has a long, supple liaud, and u Ion,
Ileum ifulU -kept, slender finger-nail.
Itui thn li!iri'lwritin:r i f a dipioinatlsl Is
nut n(il to b" clear; it alwais looks like
a siiitktt jlhling away. Titere are no
dear, gigantic cui'il-'iis iike John Han
cock's -none of thi line I.'IIIVOS Ml.'
gi'slvc if i-rttr-rosity niid ex pans Ion;
nil C'unpt1'' -i. Mid liiiiieni'trable. ,
"; 'tlertaln It.ll.iximo na Mires express
jliemseives imiii liv bnei'.nal.s and by
iliu l.aii'iwthiii'' "bcli i.re blunt nnd
'v.. i I
ft! iff I
Holiday -:- Presents!
Diamonds, Solid Silver,
T K D-AV ABJi
Insti tunc nfs. St. Louis Prices Duplicated,
- - CAIRO, ILL-
elertuiluM. 'J lie I'liilic-c lia'i such
ong I'n :er-ii i:,s 'lr t eve ini.lit .nlinost
wriie with ;!.! i-:s ..f them. Tne ten
a' i:y id th",( i.ik's ' n'o , wi ic i does
.nt'iirefik; si. i-'vs ti nt 'hey iino nioro
. ir.r ia t in-' in !;i s than we of a difl'er-
nt race. A: ere Mi)', when r(,c 1
Q .ecu An ic l il lur I n-ei-nalls, it was
... !'isi,;ii lor all the Kng.ish arintoo
ia v to biiu theirs, ninl iu llioso days
i Jv.elisii Jiiger-naii wus not what it
.1 mw. Kiisii on cxcris a jiotent inllu-
tii " on niHii, s.tvf .r" or c.viiiz d. -liar-
a '.. l;iz in,;
Wlien riianfrati returned from Cali
fornia he brought back -f J8.0M) in dear
cash. He became weallhv, bought an
elegant country scat in Vonkers and
then went to the warehouse in Pock
slip, where his father was porter. "I'd
like von to step out with mo for
awhile," he said. "1 can't," the old
man replied; "it is not, dinner , hour;
my employers won't like it." Chun
frati said that tlicy were willing, nnd
took his father to uukers. 1 Ic showed
him through the houso, and then asked
him how he liked it." "It is a very
beautiful jdacc.'Jsaiil tho old man. "It
is yours,'' said I'liantrau. Tho father
nnd. mother died there, und the place
was afterward sold to John A. Duff for
S&VWO. AVw York Sun.
UMVTBD-' aillon nnd dentfm n In city or
" cniin y to tHke huht wmk t thulr own hicef,
$3 1 94 day ' Hilly mndc: work sunt by mull; no
curviifj ii f We bavt vinxi ilummd for our worlt
sud uriil-h st s v i-mpl'irmint. Addn-.s. wlih
tiei D, ( ItllWN MI'U. COMPANY, .V Vln- Ht.,
'Iliicliiuutl, Olilu. 11-1 1 -1 111
VEW llorKL.-Tlie 1.lmb"rt Hoti.n. 17th snd
Cointuuri lul. Id taring rcnurati'd and m-wly fur
ilr i.'d ly an ixnrlvncud hntni innn Will open
a'iO' t Nov, 91 h. Thu patrouaeo of ibe public Ii
ref,iuclftillj follrlmd 6t
Foil SM.R -T" It(0 cunnun itoves. Apply at
Tlis Bull tin fllcu.
VOW 8 LK Hayd ck J imp m-at f urn-v. Hat nrlce
$!l, nw,"d Jol), for I0'). luqulroufK A. '
loiiSAt.R .-lhvdni-k l'h'Hun, n.-w. Iit nrlrs
t'M'i. rr qmr .f ic, a. Uumutt, lliillo.
pK H au.-rwototli -iia 0" U'.th ftnti't nar
1 I'oplar. and onoctiiUJ o.i Poplar abovo i5tb
utreet.at a Imriliiln. ,
tf M. J. UOWLElf, Hual Ciuts Ageut,