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TflK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 18, 1884.
GIFTS FOE THE HOLIDAY
What can be mm appreciated than a beautiful as well as
a substantial gift? What is more to be admired for a Christ
mas Present than an elegant pair of Shoes or Slippers?
We know not what. Our stock of
Boots, Shoes and Slippers
for the Holiday never was so complete. We ha of - the
good people not to confound us a new firm newly come with
a stock of goods purchased for some other locality. We
have been amon you all of our lives and know just what
you want, and we have the goods suited to the location.
We invite an early inspection
110 Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, ILL.
m Holiday -:- Presents!
5 , fwmttm.m.
lOi Commercial Ave.,
FOK H ALK Harl rk Jtimp-fat orr-T. llt orlre
M, new.ge.id Job, far !W. Inquire of K A.
IiTRSlSIIRD liOOMS-Kor lo-Vgra. " th or
without board: alo a few I'l-bur rr can he
accommodated lTli it. 3 duore ci Limixrt houae
FOH SAI.K -Hayiltwlc Phm-ton. n w. Iit orlre
. for fUj.-Uquire of K. A. Burnett, Built
TVASTKD Ladle or Untlmen to tak light,
' pleataut aiid re pmplornunt ai their own
homy; vo k rnt bym'l(iii.ince nonnj-ctlon);
l to $4 la tan he q il" m i'le: ro rau iiuj.
P.ca.e rldrei Globe Uty Co., Boatou, Mara..,
Bol 5 8U
b II Vl VjM "hip. K'DI free I iJ V
A HUlj,,,, t;u,0D i-uh. cu., v ' "
Newark, N.J. beud 1 cents for p ita.e.
ADVBKTI-BKSI 'end fcr our elect L at of
Lecel Newipapere. Oeo. P. Eoell dt Co., 1j
pruc atreet, .New Yj k.
I a poilll.a ra.nd j t .r trie abort. 1Im' , br lia
lH iiuu'iiiIih.iiI tti iral aml aot lony
auaama ha ba .". I ml.l. .oitwmu mj rare
fa! laff-rM. tii..ir-.a.ml P 0.4a-...
lilt. t. A. SUICl'M, III farli.. tw Tar.
The Science of Life. Only $1
BY MAIL POST-PAID.
AGreat M.sdical Work on Manhood
Exhausted V taltty. Nerrooo and I'byirai lie
blllty. Piernato.ru Decline- lo Man, Krror ol
Youth, and untold miaurlua ruaultlim Ironi India
cret'on or oxceaoee A book for every man, toiiiii!.
middle-aged and old. Ilcon'alu W5 preacrlpiloii
for all acuta and chrome diaeaa, each ouu ol
itaich 1: inva'uable. so fi ind ty the Author,
whoie experience fur 93 jeareie auch aa. tiroliabu
Beyer before tall to the lot of any phvalclan. :JO
payee, hound In beautiful French mnalln, umbo,
aid covert, I'll gilt, k'tiaraiite.-d to be a finer work
In evi.ry eenae mechanical, litemry und profile
alOLal thau any olborwork aold In thla country
for$i 50. or the nnney will bo refunded In every
tnataccf). Prlcu only fj,i br "n'lll, poat paid.
IlluiiratUf aam le centa. (-end now. Hold
medul awarded the anthur by the M allo al Mcdlca'
Aaaociatlou.to the i fflror of which lie ri-fera.
The defence ol Life rhould bn read by the yotng
for lntro-t(on, and by the afflicted for lellof. It
Will buueflt all. London Lancet.
There l tin memlier nl aociet to whom the Hcl
enceof Life will not bo useful, whether youth,
parert guardlau, lnatrnctoror tlern-njau. Arijo
nant. Addroaa tho Poahodr Medical tnatittito, or Or
W. H. Parkor, No. 4 Bnldiiol Street, U iaton,
Man., who mar ho consulted on all dlaraeva re
quiring eklll and experlenoo. t'h'nnlc and ohxtl
rate dlica.eMhat bate htilTlod IIIAl ,ll1
kill ot alio: her phye'.clanaa 11 TjiXlj ape
clalty. Huch treatwd aue- Tl I VQ I? I V
eeiefnllr without an Inat- 111 lOl'JlJV
knceol failure. Mention tbla paper.
BEFORE V-AND -YAFTER
Electric Appliance are lint n 30 Dayi1 Irlil.
TO MEN ONLY, YUlM OR OLD.
WHO an iuirirlii from Htarnui Dhii.it,
Loit Vitality, Itrt or Niira Foaia una
ViooR, W.arnit Wi.ini. .M.endall tlemnillinawi
of a raaaoKiii NATeaa reiulilnic fruiu Am tr. and
Ornaa Ciimu. BrMly reli.f nl eoniplot rn..o
The irrandeiit ill4ivary of Ilia Nlnileanlk t'rnturf.
Iwid al uum for lllmtrated Camililnt tn. Ad'lnaf
V0LTAI0 HIT 10., fcUMHaU, WltH. '
w mil mn i it . wiwa
I BETORl?r-AND nArTER
A. .:. BUDER,
Gold, Diamonds, Solid Silver,
PLATE D-AV A. K E.
j7 Musical Instruments. St. Louis Prices Duplicated.
' CAIRO, ILL-
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
One Kitfht Only.
MONDAY, DEC. 2!.
Brooks & Dayton'.s
lnHhelr new Tcralon of
the fnnn eit comedy eye written, now t laying to
crjHdea Di ufei la ?ew lurk, lue UriKinal
Muldoon and Jlulcahey
The LaujfhaMe Trick Donkey Jersey !
A Powerful Dramatic Company!
mAdmlspion, 50 and 75 cent. Gallery, 25
ceuia. ceali aecured at Du.ler'i.
Maniifactarer end Dealer In
Sheboygan Mineral Spring's Water,
AI.WATI ON LUND.
Milwaukee Beer in kegs and bottles, a
Manufactory Corner 4th & Ccm'l
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Lar2st Variety Stocfc
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Jor. Nineteenth atreet na!,in Tl
nomme-ein) enn r '.ftll O, If J
Tlie Ket'Dlar Cairo & Faducah Daily
"ZBti GUS FOWLER
HltNHT K. TATLOTt, Braater.
UKOHOB JOliKo, Clerk.
Lma Pttlticeh for O.tro rtallr Nnnrtava nxp.nnt
ndlat 8 a. m., and Monnd City at 1 p. m. Knlurr
Ibb, leave Clro at 4 p.m. t Mound Oltv at 5 v m-'
AT)T)irTil Bend H centa for poaiag
X Jti 1 II VJ. s1'1 receive Ireo a coatlr bi.i
to more m- ni'V rlitbt away tna.i envtMntf viae In
thla world. All, of eltlier am, ancceed f ont Irat
honr. 1 he bread road to fortune opene before the
workers, absolutely ante. At once addreie
THUK A CO, Angista, Maine.
Sehatok Batabo will doubtless get tho
portfolio of the truauuiy.
Col. Jas. O. nicnnETr, of WaHbington,
will b,i tniiaiur of ccp-uion'ts at the inaug
uration of Preniilent Cierulnncl. .
The corrected figures on the composi
tion of the next hnuse of representatives
gives 141 republicans and 184 democrats,
An Indiana republican has written a
letter to 8:creUry McCulloch requesting
him to send him his ''sheer of the sirpluns."
Key. Dr. Thick, tenior general superin
tendent of the Methodist church, is dead,
at Toronto, Ila was bom in Maine, in
Tucs fir only ninety-seven applications
have been filed with Oovernor-elect Ogles
by for appointments to the railroad and
Ffeakino of tho New Orleans exposition,
the Lotidon Times says: "It is an event in
the history of the south deserving of the
heartiest congratulation and bright with
Tub will of the late philanthropist, R.
R. Springer, of Cincinnati, has been made
puhlic. The estate will aggregate about
$3,000,000. The amount tiven to charita
ble associations U about $500,000. Every
Catholic charity is remembered; music ball
gets $75,000, the college of music $50,000
and the art museum $35,000.
The Peoria Democrat speaking of the
State Register's commendatory, article on
Charles Nelson (colored), of Springfield,
for door-keeper of the house of representa
tives says: "Wo are glad to note this dis
position to adequately reward colored dem
ocrats, as it will show their race that the
party in power has nothing but the kindest
feeling towards them. That was our opin
ion during the campaign and we have Dot
changed a whit since."
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
The cold wave fltg felt "at home" yes
terdiy. Mr. L. N. Armstrong will remove to
Iowa in a few 1ays.
The report that a man was sunstruck on
the levee yesterday was without founda
tion. Col. Rearden was able to sit up yester
day. It is to be hoped he will soon lully
The "cannon ball" rrissed its mark by
several hours yesterday. A wreck up the
road was the cause.
People shouldn't think evil of our sig
nal service officers. They are not to blame
for the cold weather.
We understand the Anchor line of
boats 1ms received orders to go no farther
north than this point.
The ba!-y bride and groom in a show
window on Commercial avenue attracts
The thermometer fell thirty-six de
grees here yesterday. At 2:U0 p.m. it
indicated fifteen above zero.
Western Union telegraph office is uow
open until eleven o'clock p. m., instead of
eight, so Mannger Btird informs us.
One solitiry drunk before Judge Rib
inson yesterday. He was an old offender
and whs assessed $5 and the lriintuin0'S.
Q lite a rumpus occurred in tho gallery
of the opera home, Tuesday night, but tho
pirticipants were ejected after a severe
A number of our people who invested
in Louisiana lottery tickets are anxiously
awaiting tho publication of the list of num
bers drawn Tuesday.
Constable llogan was at Caledonia,
yesterday, attending the trial of the men
who stole the cow whieh he picked up on
the street here last week.
Wasted -A good white girl to do gener
al housework in ptivate family. Apply to
Mrs. R. W. Miller, Seventh struct, between
Washington and Walnut, 3t
W. H. Barro, one of tho men who rob
bed the express safe at Dresden, Tenn., Sat
urday nighr, was nabbed at Paducah as be
was purchasing a ticket for Cairo,
The "Charlie Hill" wrecking boat is
now at tho wharf-boat, with armors and
divers; can be had at anytime on short
notice and cheap rates. Apply on board or
to Msjur Ilallidajyagcnt. 3t
Thomas Prickett, of Cenlralia, didn't
care to worry through the winter, so lie
ended his existence by cutting his throat
from car to ear. He will celebrate his
New Year in some other country.
The young ladies of Cairo will give a
leap year party this evening (December 18)
at Meal League hall. This will probably
be the last party ot its kind this year; so,
girls, now is your chance.
Our holiday visitors will doubtless
gBZe with admiration (?) on tho Ohio leveo
sidewalks from Fourth to Eighth streets.
Tliofo walks are a disgrace to tho city and
should bu replaced with new ones without
- Tho Scientific American says the fol
lowing recipe is a sum cure for small-pox
or scarlet fever: "Sulphate of eitic, one (1)
grain; fox-glove (digitalis), ono (1) grain;
surar, half a tea-spoonful. Mix with two
table-spoonfuls of water. When thorough
ly mixod add four (4) ounces water. Tako
I tea-spoonful every hour. Children small
er doses in proportion to ago." This recipt
was used by a family in Cairo, last winter,
with remarkoble success.
Every farmer ought to raise his own
fish, and if he has a suitable pond he can,
by rending to P;sb Commissioner Bartlett
at Quiocy, III., ho supplied with German
carp free of charge, except the can in
which they are shipped and the express
Muldoon's Picnic is without doubt tho
most absurd, laughable, ridiculous and side
splitting farce ever put on tho stage. Peo
ple go once, twine, three times to witness it,
laugh till they cry, and then go again, un
able at the same time to say what it is all
about. John L. Sullivan says it knocked
him out the first round, while Ben Butler
insists that one attendance cured his off
As a mail and express train on the
Texts narrow-guU'e was nearing Maiden,
Mo., the engine broke loose from the tender,
the latter jumping the track, being follow
ed by the express and mail car. Walter
Comings, of this city, was running in Mr.
Morton's lace as postal clerk, and had it
not been that at the time of the accident
he was holding on to the transom between
the express and mail depnrtmcnts, he
would have been killed. As it was, ho es
cape 1 with a bruised leg. The express
messengers were thrown behind the stove,
which was indeed lucky for them, as the
gooiU in their part of the car wero banged
up against it, thus saving them frutu in
jury. The car was badly mashed, and the
wonder is that no one was killed. '
A double party, one-half of which con
stituted a surprise, gathered at the resi
dence of John Antrim, Esq., Tuesday even
ing. The younger portion wero invited to
greet Miss Ellt Kent, who is visiting the
family, and the others tho old young peo
ple or the young old people -were brought
together to surprise Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Ladd on this their tin wedding anniversary.
The aff.iir was engineered by the Misses
Antrim and the surprise was complete.
The young couple suspected nothing, in
deed were somewhat mystified by the
gathering of married people, until the rat
tle of tinware gave them an inkling of what
was going on. Mr. and Mrs. Ladd are
very popular and their fneuds expressed
their appreciation of them by cordial greet
ing and numerous ornamental atd useful
articles designed by the tinsmith. Among
the guests present were Mr. and Mrs. G
W. Strode, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Pennebaker,
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Miller, Mr. and Mrs
A. Men, Mr. and Mrs. John Ilaynes, Mrs.
Dr. Smith, Mr. Ilibbard and Mr. and Mrs.
A writer, who clearly understands the
situation says, the days have come when
the thoughtless merchant shall say; "1
am all undone." At the rising of the sun
he goeth to his store and no man cntereth
therein to annoy or interfere with him. lie
eitteth day after day like a boHle of vermi
fuge, but the people with sheckels pass
him by as a thing of no gvid. He faileth
to advertise his good-i and his place is un
noticed and forgotten on tho tace of the
earth. Who hath dried codfish! Who
hath boxes of sardines? Who hath rem
nants of calico that are faded and out of
style? He that sitteth like a bump on a
log. lie that hoardeth his scanty Bupply
of filthy lucre and will not so much as ad
vertise in a live paper. Behold that man
and puss him by, for he hath become an ob
ject of little notice. He hath become as a
broken fishhorn after the campaign. II is
ways are dark and liko unto the counte
nances of the defeated. Beware of that
man and go not into his dusty place. He
is all undone and the hist days of that man
will bu like unto the first, only much more
so. He is joined to bis idols, leave him
STAGES OF TUB RIVER.
River mnrkod by the gauge at this
port, at 2:12 p. m. yesterday, 15 feet 0
inches. RUe during previous twenty-
four hours, 0 feet 8 inches.
Chattanooga, Dec. 17. River 4 feet 0
inches and rising.
Cincinnati, Dec. 17. River 14 feet 10
inches and rising.
Louisville, Dec. 17. River 7 feet 0
inches and rising.
Nashville, Dec. 17. River 5 feet 2 inch
es and rising.
Pittsburg, Dec. 17. River 8 feet 5
inches and falling.
St Louis, Dec. 17. River 1 1 ft inches 4
Tho Arkansas City passed dowa for
Vicksburg last night.
Tho Hudson is duo to-night from St.
Louis on her way to Paducah.
Tho Now Mary Houston fr tu Cincinnati
will arrive here to-morrow morning.
Anchor Line steamers have been noti
fied to lay up here on account of lco iu tho
Tho Charles Morgan from New Orleans
passed up lor St Liuis at 5 o'clock yester
day morning. She had a good trip.
Tho Minnetonka with a large fleet of
rock barges for tho lower Mississippi ar
rived yesterday, and departed at 10 p. m.
Two rlinrtninij. littlo mrl ware dnnclnnr
"llie racket" In the streets. "What makes
you so happy? ' a gentleman asked. "Oh I
our tuns have thrown sway all our hotrld
medicine, and we have only to take Dr.
Bull's Couub Svruo. tui that ain't bad at
all." " '
Solution of Mystery
With Reference to the Wreck Unearth
ed upon Center Bock, Grand Chain,
To Cairo Correspondent 81. Loots Globe-Demo
Appreciating your efforts in behalf of tho
public to solve tho identity of the wreck
recently found on Center rock, Grand chain,
Ohio river, which is getting as awfully
mixed as the late election returns by the
Western Union or the "goose bone" theory,
I offer you the following farts. The dates
are purposely omitted, but are historical.
It was during the memorable siege of
the Jamestown colony by Powhattan that
Capt. John Smith adopted the Gordon tac
tics at Khartoum by sending him a "chaw'
of navy plug, a little Robinson county, and
making love to Miss Pocahontas, that Pow
hattan at last got tired of promises and de
lays, and broke off the attentions ot Cap.
Smith to his favorite daughter, and when
Capt. S. saw he could not throw sand in the
old man's eyes but must marry the priucess
or flight, and being advised that he could
lick him onyway and get the princess be
sides, he got awful mad and put on his war
paint and called to Stonewall Jackson and
ays he, "Jack," (he called him familiarly
Stony Jack, for short.) "take a few of your
most trusty old vets and go by way ot Eads
jetties and the Chesapeake and Louisville
canal and take that blarsted old redskin in
the rear, and mind you give him an awful
S. Jack took Buffilo William and Bill
Anderson and a large corps of river
reporters, and ammunition and good
supplies for a four-year old voyage. You
see he knew he had to pa-sby Ben Lomond
and the U. S, engineers improvements at
Bulletin, Tow Head and Plum Point. So
old Jack and Buffalo William selected a
fleet of li jht steamers, consisting of the
Robert Fu ton, belonging to the Hudson
Bay Fur Co., a very light steamer, she
only drew sixteen feet; the Pawnee, that
was sunk by the rebels every day for four
years, and the Wauchuselts. Stonewall
always made success assured by laying all
ptans beforehand, so he enclosed a postage
stamp to Gen. Uazin, of tho U. S. signal
department, with a request for the very
worst sample prediction of weather he could
order. At same time ho sent a stamp and
two "bits" to tho secretary of the Lime
Kiln Club for a sample lot of weather pre
dictions. They wero somewhat conflicting.
Gen. Hazen referred bim to his daily re
ports, but he assured him thero would be
storms of thunder, lightning and hail,
earthquakes, cyclones and washoe zephyrs,
and that Duck river and Forked Dtter river
would continue to rise and fall. So he sent
to ComniouNiro SouiMor at Sr. Louie for the
names of a few trusted and competent
pilots. He gave him tho names of Isaiah
Sellers, Isaiah Hood, James D. Lacy,
Horace and Mark Twain, Uy. Pardee and
The flout got separated in a storm and
the light-house keepers would not come out
and light lamps, and we have not heard of
the P.iwnee since she went up Forked
Deer, or of tho Wauchusotts since she left
Ben Lomond, but Henry and Horace got
through the fog and were going all O. K.,
when Gen. John M rgan struck the river
and hailed her to ferry him over into
Indiana to vote for Cleveland and Hen
dricks. But Joe McCullough knew John
and wouldn't land, and this made John
awful mad and hu ordered his marines to
fire into her and sink her. Joe was on
watch, and when he saw them got ready to
shoot ho imitated the pilot of the canal
boat when the lookout cries "low bridge."
Joe laid fiat so did Uy. Pardee, and that
is why they are here and tho rest all gone.
John's marines missed the boys, but they
knocked a hole in the Fulton and John run
her on Center rocTt, where she lies to this
day, and Rces Dugan is going to raise her
and put a side dock under her and she
will be escorted to tho Centennial Cotton
exposition by tho 1,400 Boston inns on the
fleet of Anchor lino steamers; and they
are going to bring the old Charter
Oak tree of Boston Common, and the
Phlladelphians have changed their mind
and are going to bring tho old liberty bell
and it we be rung all the time
You see I gavo exact names and thero
can bo no doubt about the wreck; at least
Hy Pardee and Joo McCullough say so,
and if you want all the dates you can have
them by applying to Will S. Uays or "Hun
ter Ben." I know tho young ones whoso
names are left out of this will he awfully
put out and jenlous and say it is not so,
hut lor all such I laugh a derisive smile.
Capt Tom. Shield will havp charge of the
guests which will inturo bushels of fun for
I am awaro this is cut too short, but
time is pressing and you and Sol Silver can
continuo in next. Yours fraternally,
New York Fashions.
Jowelry-HiHr Dreinrr - Individual
Coitumca lwemuer .Notes.
Special Correspondence to Tbn Rullotln. -
New York Citt, Dec. 15, 1884..
Quietly must tho married man take it
now, when his best scarf pin is not to bn
found; quietly muat the unmarried man do
the same, Tho mystery In tho first caso
will bo solved when his wife or daughter
s soim wearing It; in tho latter case, faith
takes tho place of vision ha cau rest con
tentod by the idoa that it is adorning his
landlady or chambermaid, and will be re
turned in due time. Since what a wsita
of ammunition it were, that pio reposing is
a cushion when It might fashionably beau
tify some woman. A alight rscompensa
this, for one or more chosen "sets" laid
away in cotton merely because thsy ar
"sets." Those earrings once so delightfully
ong, now causing thame-facedoasi because
of length; that brooch to match, hid away
because it is a brooch and does match.
Can one cover wear a set? Hardly ever, I
would answer, and if the earrings be long,
I might safely say, never. Long has been
the supremacy of the short earrings. She
who has much invested in lengthy varieties
may take comfort in the fact that for most
occasions, earrings of any kind are super
flous, and by aid of her one pair of pearls
or diamonds, she may navigate her bark
through the shoals of a full dreas enter
tainment. The lace pin seems a factotum
it does anything, while small pins of prec
ious metal or jewel-headed, are in extreme
favor, quite a number being set about on
the corsage. They are sold singly or in
sets of six, and earrings to match are
pleasing addition. The stiff bar bracelets
are giving away before flexible or semi
flexible designs, while the bangle is in but
is a long while in going up, and often does
not go at all. The classically inclined
cling to the classical, the more so because
thus is shown forth the symmetry of a well
shaped head, while even the Frenchy soul,
nana inm ffitail tt H'mnahtnatis wnmwt m mnm A
times to the low coil for a change, and
busy wives end mothers cling to an essy
simplicity. Yet at the opera one lookl
around vainly for anything but fancy twist
ings arranged in a short, high coiffure, or
the same intricacies extending down some
what lower. The people with low dressed
hair wear bonnets. The effort to introduce
flowers in the hair has been but partially
annpnaafiil dnajfii-rura cimotimiia wap Afl
trich tips, and all classes delight in shell
or metal ornaments, jeweled side combs
and Bhowy back combs being seen from
time to time. Frrnt frizzes defy adverse
fate and grow frizzier and fuller as yean
progress. If one has hair enough, it were
best to cur it some distance back Irom the
forehead and curl or wave it; if not then
comes the hair dealers' opportunity. But
at all events there seems a great want of
something without flufSness over the brow,
and dampness can he combatted by bind
ing down on a rainy day.
Mile. Nevada, the young American
prima-donna, wore recently a street costume
of maroon bison cloth trimmed with black
velvet; skirt straight and bordered by a
wide band of velvet with two tucks above;
bouffant overskirt bordered also with vel
vet; square velvet collar on corsage and
velvet cuffs; bonnet of material to match
with black velvet, and fancy feather. A
stylish dreKS just made for a society lady is
of dark blue nonpareil velveteen, made
with atrflitrlit aWirt lairi in wirtn nlif and
bordered by tinsel braid. Very short tab
tier of satin with long bow and ends in the
back. Corsage tinsel trimmed to match
skirl. Her littlo boy wore also so outfit of
maroon nonpareil velveteen. Mme. Patti
w ire lately a princess dress of bayadere
striped palm colored wool. Embroidered
velvet vest let in the corsage with aide
panel to match in the skirt. Bonnet of
material ind embroidered velvet to match
with aigrette of ostrich tips. Among Miss
Astor's wedding trousseaux was a dress of
golden brown cloth, the skirt straight and
trimmed with perpendicular rows of braid
to match, narrow plaiting on bottom edge.
Two pointed shawl draperies in front, full
looped breadths at the back. Jacket waist
with plain vest, braid on fronts of jacket,
arouud the neck and on tho sleeves.
Special attention has been given to black
hosiery because it is so fashionable, and
the result is a production of styles with
white linings so that the coming off of dyes
is prevented. Button's raven gloss shoe
dressing is as much an article of toilet as
anything el-o, and I can recommend it
since, although it does not impart a very
high lustre, it gives a natural new finish to
tine shoes without cracking. A coquettish
fancy dress can be made of figured stuff
draped high with open neck, elbow sleeves,
and fancy cap or hat. Cheap imitation
ermine is made of canton flannel flecked
with black fur or plush, and this could bor
der a royal robo of velveteen.
War Dept., Signal Skrvicb, U.S.A. I
Wasuinoton, Decembeb 17, 1884. )
Tho following table gives the tempera
turo at the points named this afternoon, the
observations all being taken at 3:19p.m.!
New Orleans... 70
Shreveport. .... 67
nt. Louis...... 9 ,
Dodgo City 10
Pittsburg ., 23
A' Maine lumberman, at a ball, saw the
ladies in short sleeves, turning to his
daughter, he said, ' Katie, I dont sea any
good muscle io the whole room. They
ought to use St. Jicobi Oil." '
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rlbiions and all fancy articles can h made
any color want' d with Diamond Dyes. All
the popular colors. lOo at druggists.
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Co Burlington, Vt.