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WIT AND HUMOR.
"Now, children," said the teacher,
"what do you call the meal that you
eat la tho morning?" "Oatmeal!"
promptly replied a ' member of the
Teacher "How many wars were
waged with Spain?" Pupil "Six."
Teacher "Enumerate them." Pupil
"One, two, three, four, live, six.
A San Francisco man has invented a
preparation for softening the check. It
will be furnished to canvassers and
drummers in bulk at a slight advance
over the cost of manufacture.
A young lady at St. Louis recently
doused a young man with a pailful of
water, while he was down on his knees
bogging her to be his brldo. The Bur
lington Free Press says: "It U always
the custom, we believe, in some parts
of the West, to wet a new suit."
Stranger (at Niagara) What will
you charge to drive me across the sus
pension bridge? Hackmau Well,' that
depends. Who are you? Stranger
Who am I? What difference does that
make? Hackmau Well, if you are an
ordinary tourist, my price is $5; but if
you are an ' American bank cashier, I
"That shooting scrape," inquired the
foreman through the tube; "how shall
I set it solid or leaded?" "What
shooting scrape?" yelled back the ed
itor. "That one that occurred this
morning in which Jones was shot."
"How many times was he shot?"
"Twice." "Set it double leaded, of
course." Travelers' Magazine.
It is stated that a Russian has been
awarded a natent which promises to
work "a revolution in the match-making
industry." If it will prevent rich men's
daughters from eloping with their fa
thers' coachmen, and encourage legiti
mate match-making, which will prove
satisfactory to the old folks, tne "revo
lution" can't strike this country a day
too soon. Norristown Herald.
"So vou are the new girl," said the
boarders to the waiter; "and by what
name are we to call you?" "Pearl,"
said tho maid, with a saucy toss of her
head. "Oh," asked the smart boarder,
"are you the pearl of great price?"
"No. I'm the nearl that was cast Be
fore iwino." .There was a long silence;
broken only by the buzz of flies in the
milk pitcher. Providence News.
Husband Huldah, dear, as I was
passing through our garden I saw some
asparagus ready lor cooKing; pernaps
you would like to go and gather the
4tn, .!. i fl.ii r n r n rr rs,, vonl f 9' '
Young wife (anxious to conceal her ig
norance in the vegetable department)
I tell you what, Adolphus, we will
go together; you shall pluck it and I
will hold the ladder. tittoeloerger
'Your wickedness will bring your fa
ther's gray hairs in sorrow to the
grave, . said an Austin school-teacher
to the worst boy in school. "Oh, no, I
guess not." "Are you goinp: to roform,
then, ana icaa new mer ' "iNot
much; but I'm not going to bring the
old man's gray hair in sorrow to the
grave, lor the old dunor wears a wig
and belongs to a cremation society.
Texas fit 'tings.
"Tho worstis over," said the doctor,
putting his watch in his pocket and
preparing to leave the room. "No it
isn't," suddenly came from tho ema
ciated Crlmsonbeak, opening his eyes
ami raising uiiiiscii uu 11 is inuow.
"Whv! "What do you mean?" exclaim
ed the surprised physician. "Why,' I
mean that tho worst won't bo over un
til I get your bill out of the way."
Not long ago a lady who had just re
turned from Eurono was asked by a
friend if She had seen tho lion of St.
Mark. "Oh.'yes," she said, "wo ar
rived just in time to see tho noblo crea
ture fod." Tho late Dr. Ueadlo, of
Philadelphia, must havo encountered
tho samo lady. He spoko of tho
beauty of tho Dardanelles, and she re
plied: "Oh, yes, I know them well.
Thoy aro intimate friends of mine."
N. 1'. Tribune.
"Sir!" he began, as he entered tho.
water oflico the other day, "your men
havo shut the water off at my house!''
"Yes." "Can you tell mo thereason?"
"I can; tho quarter ran out and you did.
not pay." "And did you shut tiio wa-'
ter off because you thought I was not
good for $3 or $4?" "Oh, no; it was
limply because you had not paid the $3
or$4." "Ah! I see! That alters the
caso altogether, and I will pay and you'
can turn tho water on." Detroit Free
A man wanted a pair of pants yester
day at a loading clothiers. Ho took to
tho tailor a photograph of hiniHolf in a
Prince Albort coat, choker Collar, and
necktie touched up with blue. A cano
and a hat wore depictod on a sido-ta-blo.
"I want a pair of pants," ho said,
"to match that coat and tie, and plcaso
remember that tho cane is light color
ed. What can you do for mo for four
dollars?" They did him up somothiug
in green with a yellow wave running
through it. Philadelphia lress.
' Johnny was told that ho mieht have
half tho grapes. When his mother
went to tho cupboard sho found ho had
taken all, and loft none for his sister.
When spokon to by his mother ho re
plied! "Mamma, I will tell you just how
It was. Whim I had eaten half of tho
grapes I happenod to think that I had
eaton up tirade s hall instead ol in
own. I was ' real aorrv. but then
couldn't help It. I would have (riven
' ter put of mjWU.tulf 0r
(rood that they were gone before I knew
t." Boston Transcript.
Tho new bill collector entered tho of
fice of his employer "Well, how's col
lecting?" ashod the merchant. "Rather
low; I've only collected $$." "What's
this?" asked the merchant, taking up a
Eaper which the young man threw upon
is desk. "Expense account." "What!"
glancing at the paper, "HOforahack?"
"Yes; you see I didnt feel like walk
ing." "Young man," said tho mer
chant, "come with me over to tho bank.
You can find employment there. Such
talent as you possess should be em
ployed among the 'scenes of great finan
cial transactions. Come."
Ma "I have my doubts about Mr.
Gayfollow, my dear, and wish you had
not said 'yes before consulting mo."
Daughter "Why, what is the matter
with him?" "He has no trade, profes
sion or business, that I can discover,
and has certainly no expectations, as
his relatives are all poor." "But, ma,
just think what a good husband ho will
make. There won't be a quarrel from
ono year's end to the other." "You
think so now, no doubt." "Oh! but,
ma, I am sure of it. Ho is so amiable!"
"Perhaps his amiability has not been
tested." "Ah! but it has. You know
how most men dislike parents in law."
"Yes." "Well, he said he would not
object at all to living with you and pa."
Us three bois stoal out for a Lark
mo and dick and jim, it was hut at nite
and Awful Dark tho moon had doused
her glim, wo crept to the barn a sli old
crowd and brindlo's boll unbukkled,
and we kicked jim's shins when he
talked out loud and pinched him when
ho chuck aled, and Then we climbod for
the gardin patch and we maid the old
bell rattel, and Soon we heerd tho
woodshed lach and a Vois sed "blast
them Cattle;" and pa cum out in his
Shirt and pants ana a lantern and mun
kiod round us, but If we'd bin 8 ele
fants you bet he couldn't Found us, if
hadn't bin for that stuped jim we'd
fuled him liko a dazy but jim's a Girl
he can't keep still and ax jest liko
he's crazy, the lantern lited pa up fine
but smoked and flared & Flikered,' and
pa got throwed by a punkinvine and
jim broke down and snikkered, and
then you jest should soen pa jump and
Us fly helterskclter, i barked my shins
on a hickry stump as i cut for a place
of shelter . . . Speakin of hickry
reminds me ov the way pa warmed my
jacket, but you'll so mo take that out
ov the Boy which gave away tho
Unacknowledged Soureea of Power.
When a creator of almost anything
gets his early conception of the thing
to bo made, ne is nearly always desir
ous of telling that ho can do it, and
that he is about to make the attempt.
The name for this fo ling is "enthus
iasm." When there is no such feeling
when there is a stinginess of prospec-tus-it
is a sign of secret knowledge
that tho store is small and must be
eked with artificial and theatrical
Now, when the inventor goes forth to
tell his tale, it docs not sound won
drous to many people. 11ns astonishes.
puzzes, and humiliates li f in. He is
about to relinquish his undertaking
when he meets another creator, in
ventor, and lo! everything the first says
to the second is received with approval
and understood very well. When
James Watt told somo of tho college
professors his engino would go, it mys-
tihed them, but when he explained It to
others, they could see it as plainly ns
ho himself, inasmuch as creators in
any given half-dozen ways aro rare, it
usually happens that such people drift
together for mutual comfort and en
couragement. The poet, tho painter,
the singer, the musician, the composer,
tho sculptor, the true architect, aro
seen in little groups, all seemingly nec
essary or aullul, each to tho develop
ment of the others. Presently tho
world, which lias despised niiy single
ono of these peculiar people theso
rebels against tho royalty of the Pres
ent, these complots in the interest of
that heartily-despised Pretender,, tho
uturo discovers a littlo group of
them, and conceives, for tho first tirao,
a willincness to consort with this errouo.
But tho littlo republic has its Cliineso
wall, and though tho world knock
ondly on its gate, but few aro admit
ted. So far as the world can see, thoso
who get in havo been mado famous by
no invention havo not even, by somo
borrowed ban mot, mado ono secret dis
ciple and lover. There they hold their
places in ino coterie, seemingly produc
ing nothing, and yet tacitly a part, an
element, of each member's impressions,
wncreDy oeautmu poems, paintinirs,
statues, compositions, renditions are
secured to an applauding spiritual vas-
Baiago or constituency without tho port
cullis. It is on theso silent people this ele
ment in art and industrial creation
that I desire tho reader to think. A
wonderful painting often shines in their
eyos; thomincr sees it, paints it, is
lamous. An exqmslto musical phraso
(tho spirit of thought) animates their
races; tho composer catches it, divines
it, and a city lifts him upon tho shoul
ders of its young athletes, and after his
death, keens his crave bloomlmr with
t .... . r. r. .
uownra. j great iruin nasiiod across
their comprehension, andtho poet builds
himself a sarcophagus of yellow leaves
or mustier papyrus, i nose duily, hour
ly associates, meso iivinff Insn rations.
abido their dumb days and hours and
pass to tho deailhoiiso of oblivion, too
iiiuvo iu v iii ui-uiDuii me r iaio. inow
what is tho painter but an eyo, tho poet
but a voice, tho musician but a sexton
With a key? Poet, nulnter. nmstebin
aro simply elements lu tho battery of
genius which imnpon to havo been
named and labeled. There nro build.
ers in the temple whoso names aro not
graven under the port t:a. Tho ltnmih.
lio of Letters U now but an ollmirehv.
In tho swift march of Ideas, commun
ism spiritual must even preeedo that
communism of food and clothes aud
(strutting, of which tho lazy poor man
dreams and tho lazy rich man stands la
four. Perhaps this luw of progress is
tne dominating force which exacts tho
rouunoiition of all private ambition ns
icon in the dally press tho taking of
tho very Ideal of a literary blaek-vell.
Tho epigrammatic Socialist lias, for
twouty-livo years, declared that prop
ertv is robbery. Is faiuo robbory, tool
-John McQovcrn in Th4 Current. , ,
TnuRBDAY Evening, Dec. 18, 1884.
The cold wave, after loafing around on
the road for a week, reached this section
la full vigor and strength Tuesday evening
and appears to have come to stay. The
sun shone brightly to-day, but the wind
from the north blew a gale and the mercu
ry marked from zoro at 8 a. m. to tun above
during the day.
The market rules steady sod firm, with
good demand for leading articles and firm
FLOUR Steady and unchanged. The
outlook la better, but the movement is
light. 1 The demand is mostly for low
HAY The demand is more active and
prices firm. Stocks limited,
CORN We note a fair inquiry with
plenty offering and prices unchanged.
OATS The supply is light and demand
MEAL Dull and unchanged.
BRAN Stocks are held at the mills and
the demand is fair.
BUTTER Choice creamery finds good
sale at quotations; other goods are dull.
EGQS Receipts have been liberal and
the market is well supplied.
POULTRY Turkeys, live and dress
ed, are in active demand. Choice hens,
dressed preferred, find good sale, but com
mon are dull.
APPLES Choice' shipping stock ia
scarce and higher.
GAME All kinds are ia active request
Salea and Cluotations.
NOTE. Tne prices no re srtvunaretcr sales from
first bandH In round lots. An advance Is
charged (or broken lotsin Uillntordurs.
300 bh'a various grades 8 R0&5 00
2 i i bbla chut' e 3 WftJ 2D
t o tibia family 2 l2 71
100 bbls extra fancy u 8 Hii'i bO
S cars strict prime in 00
.1 car gilt edtie 'IJOii
2 curs choice , 11 0
2 cars common mixed 8 10
4 cars gilt edge 11 SO
4 cam choice White in bulk
5 cars mile . lu bulk
Scars white In sacks ..,
.3 cars In bulk ..
1 car mixed in baik
4 cars choice .
No. 2 Hedltoranean.
No. 3 do
V0 bbls Cltv on orders
200 bbiiClty "
Country m.mms attest in
600 pounds ennntrymtxea 12U8
8'm pounas cnoico aairy ... io".'
6O0 pounds fancy ecamery ttH
400 pounds choice country - IS
30J pounds cooking butter 10
500 dosen 2H4
500 doxen 2!)
S00 doten ..,... ... ,...... . ,. ................
Large choice 10 roH 00
Small MteaatMtsssttstt i ....!,,. 7 OuftlO uu
8 coops large hens 2 75
Scoops choice mixed 1 S'Ql iiu
10 dozen dteseed S M
Wild ducks mallards per doa ... ittist ittaaast 1 75&S 00
Wild ducks mixed " 1 Mi
U 11 1 turkeys each 6ii7S
Quallaper dnz 1 OO4I 2
VnlKou .addle ...
Venison carcsHss - 5
Habulti per doz 1 2
Fancy Shipping Ben Davis &c. Per bbl... S 51
Chiilca varietur per bbl 3 rW92 75
Common country pkd i uo&2 50
Choice per bunlic! 40350
southern 111s per uuiaei ivnn
Potatoes per bbl r.. 1 5Q&1 75
Oranges, per bbl 7 0718 on
Uranges por nox 1 1044 50
Lemons per box 6 UUttS 10
Choice per barrel 1 7.V'8 OS
Choice per banhel.......
Per 100 choice 1 10210 00
Kino unwashed lbuid
Tlercos M I
Plain bams ViWM
Fancy Canvassed Ham l3$16
(;lor aulwi. 17
Ht. Johns a: If.
Ohio Hlver 1 OA
DU ' nnshel liurlaua
5 Diieaoi " rix
Peached, halves and quarters.. 4ftt
Apples, bright 1 3a4
Choice hand picked navy ...1 Ml 75
common country 1 13
Choice, Factory 10
Cruatn hh 14315
V ft 80
Cona 10 to q"
vink 10 to to
Itsil fox 1
Wildcat... 10 to 45
Beaver per pound 50 to S 00
Otter.. m m 75 to 8 AO
Opoatum .,..,. 8 to 50
Ory rum choice
Dry Salt ,
Green Sal t. ....... ,.........,..,,., i
Plmn Uruen .
Sheep Pulls, dry
Sheep Pt'lta, gr'wn
! rre? u
SI&, 5 o
7N r. m
v ft 1
KATKS OW FKBIGUT
uenunia in in
f" v-Orleans, , m
ileiena. Ark in
Natch. 'E 20
All other way points
below Memphis to
The Hope of the Nation.
Children, elow in development, puny.
scrawny and delicate, use "Wells' Health
Nothing equals Allen's Bilious Physic is
quickly relieving convene", headache,
heartburn anil ail other bilious troubles;
25cta., lare bottle. At druuists. (0;
Smart weed and bellndotm combined
with the other ingredient used in the lu st
porus plaster make Carter's 8. W. & H.
BiickHclie plaster, tho best in the market.
Price 23 cents.
"Rough on Pain" Plaster;
Porous and streni'thenin'r. improved, the
best for backache, puius in chest or side,
rheumntlsm, neuralgia. 23 cents. Drug
gists or mail. 3
Cheap Homes in Arkans is and Texas
Al"Ukr the lire ot the St. Lmus, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pncitic Railway and International and
Qreat Northern Railroad, are thousands nt
acres of tiie choicest farming and grazing
lands in the world, ranging in price from
(2.00 to (300 and (4.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climste unsurpassed
forsilubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to tho undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkancas and Texas,
in 1882, and make up your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that the crop
tar 2883 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing Inml owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, one.
half, or all ctsli, a proportionate rebate is
allowed furraoney paid for tickets or freight
over tho Companies lines.
II. C. Towssknd. Oen'l Pass. Agt.
St. LotiiB. Mo.
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, Tiider the
Successor to Widows and Orphans Mutual Aid So
ciety, o gamzec July tin, its, 7, unuer
the laws of 1872.
JOHN n. ROBINSON....
...... ..Medical Adviser
W.M. 8 TKA r f N
C. W. l)0".Nl0
BOARD OF DIRECTORS for 1st YEAR.
Wm. Ntratton.Strntton Bird, erorers. Cairo. I'l.
1. A. (toidntme, ofGoldstlne & Kosenwater, m hole
ale ami rctuil dry good;C. W. Ounnicii. M. P.;
Pn. Bd. Med Kx., for Finslons; Albert Lewis,
comiulenlon merchant; J. II Koblnsou, county
udgu an notary pulillc; v m. K. fltchor, com.
lroker Knd Insurance a.'cnt: H. II Hal'd. rut
iireet 1'ipiTVli-or; M. I'h lli s. carpi nter and hulio
er; 'Ibotnas LewlK, attorney and sverutarv ; K.V.
':erre,sttorney-tt-law, Puuoln III . ; K. U. Pacs
ra.hliT of i vntunnlal Ban s A.hlcv.lll j Albert
uayaen. cannier ul ueorge i onne iy a uo., prinic
flelfl . 1 1 ; II. M ii unn, attorney-at-law, Pis Ku.i
do I'h sirci't. Chicago; Hon. Knbt, A. Ilatcrer, at
torney-at law, ClmrU-iiton, Mo. li. l.elgbtoc
easbier First National Hank, btuart. Iowa.
017 St. Chirlei St.. T. LOUIS, 110.
A. rernlnr Ormluiitii oi two medical
eollegi'i, hai been loijKfi engaKsd in the treat'
pieiitoft hronii', Nsrvoua, HUln mid
lilooit Uliratri than any oilier ihylclan la
hu Loiila, aiclly papers show ,'nci all .ld reil
denti know, Cnnaultatlnn t litre or by n.all,
free and Inviteil, A friendly tulk or Ins opinion
Costs nothing. When Itli I'iroLVeulanttovrtll
the rlty for trealiia'iit. nii'dlelnes :an be sent
byniallorexpreii evefvwheie. Curable oases
f Aarauteeil: where doubt txUtn.x. I frankly
stated. Call or Write.
t Wtrvoss ProstraMoa, Pebliltr, sleatal aal
Phyilosl Weakens, Bsrsailal aid othst
IflsctlOi'saf Throat, Bktassd BoaiLKloo4
laparltls.i tad Blond Polsoalsc Ski a Ads
tioni, Old S.ires asd Plcers, ImpsilmeaU it
Marriage Bhanmatlsai, Piles. Hpstlal as;
teatloa tt esses from avsr-worksd avail.
SURGICAL CASIS retsivt special atteatloa.
Dlseaitt arlilBg freni laiprndsatst, KifssssSj
Indulgence! or Kxpoinrei,
It Is self-evident that a pbvslclan faying
particular attention to a clan of cavk attains
great iklll, and physlclani In regular vatlct
all over the country knowlnx tnW. frjq'enlly
recommend wi.ei to the obleit ofllce li A inerl
ea, where every known appliance la tsorte
to, and the proved itood ramodta- cf aU
ages and countries sre uied. A whole benie Is
tied for oDIce purnoaet, and all are treated with
kill In a reeetrul niaiiuer; and, know.ng
whattodo, no experiment! are made. (,n ,.o
count of the great number applylnr, the
charge! sre kept low. often lower .than is Ce
mauoed by ot'ieri. If you aecure the ikl I : na
relanpeeilyandnert'eel Itfe curat that .1 .he
iiiportant matter. Pauipbltt, tt pagsa. Mint
to any addreia fres,
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' TKOI CO, Aogtita, Malat
ILLINOIS GKNTKAJ. K. B
Mhortest and Quickest Kout
Tho Onlv Xiine Kunmntt
Q DAILY TltAINd
Making Dikeot Connkotiow
Phains Liavi Cairo:
HiOOam. Mbil, ,
Arriving In fit. Lonls 00 a.m.! ChieaVii,8:30p.ic ,
ContiHciing at Odin and BiHntrnam fer Clnci
hall, Louuville, Indianapolis and poli'U Bet,
p. m. F'u.ut St. Iouisj ftnd
Arriving II St Louts 0:45 p. m., and connsctlif
fwr all points West.
3:35 p. in. Flint Kipreii.
For St. Louis and Cblcsgo, arriving at St. Lot's
9SJ p. m.. and Chicago i'.Mt. m,
3:35 p. m Cincinnati Kxpreas,
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a. m. ; Loulsvlllt t:V)
a. m.; Iudlanapo.l 4:n,s a. m, PasneLger br
this tram reach tbe above poir.t iy to 3d
UOCKS in advance of any other touts.
teThe S:M n.
m. rinri'ii hu Pill I U IS
SU&Et'lKO CAit I
fri.m l.'airn I , I'luelnnatl aiih.
out changes, and through sleepers lo St. Loti
Fast Time Kat.
Psl (riil'U by this Hue go through to Ham.
I (WSCUl lBeu points without any delav
caused by Hundav intervening. The Haturday alter
loon tra.n from Cairo arrives In new York Monday
oornlug at 10:30. Thlrty sn hoars lu advauceol
nv other route,
IV fr ee tbrongh tickets and furtbti inlormsltoi
ipply at Illinois Central Kallroad Peoot, Cairo.
J. U. JONKS.TlcXet AxenU
A. B. HANSON, (ten. Pass. Agent. Chicago
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. K.
Trains depet. Trains arrive.
tMail Oa.rr.. i tMutl S:5Sa. a.
tKxprees 8:S5p. m ItExprtss In 85a.m.
JSi Louis hx U:io p. m. I t. L. Mail....4:SI p.m
I tSt Louis Bi 9 top. m.
I. C. R. R (Southern Division)
tMall 4:4&a.m fN. U. Kx. .10:45 a. ai.
tN.O. Rx.M.....l:&0a m. fN.O. Fast K4:)p.m.
... S hi p.m.
ST. L. I
U. R. R.
tst.L Wall.. .8: a I
tst. L. x...:lUp. i
tt L. Mall
... ..S:M a m
W., ST. L,
A P. R. H.
Mall A Kx.. I.SOp.ai.
Freight -":41 a.m. Frelabt. 6:45 p.m.
MOBILE OHIO K. R.
.. K:S'a.m. I Mall 4'irp.rr,
Express 11:0 a. m I Eipr r ...l0:Vp m.
Tf.XAP 4 aT. I.CI I! R. H.
Rt.L. ATe.Ex -.0 p.m I St. L. Tex. Ex 11 '15 am
Cliii'i'tx Ex. .10 45a. in. Cbi t Tex Ex.. :Uin
Dally except Sunday, t Dullr.
TIM K CAItO
ARRIVAL AND CKPAKTURK OF MAILS.
Arret I Dep is
P. O. Tro PC
I. C. R. R. (tbrongh lock mail).. 6 a. in
" " ..ll.ooa m Sp. m.
" (way matl).... isop.m. tn. m.
' (Southern Dlv 4:30p.m. tp, m,
Iron Mountain K. ii b:Oop. m. 9 p. m
Wabash It. K 6 a. m. p. to.
Texaa A St. Louis R. R W t.oot 7 a.m.
St.LoutsACulroR.lt 4 p. m II a. a.
Ohio Hlver.... 3 p. m I p. ss
Miss Mvcr arrives Wed., Sat. A Mm.
" departs Wed , Frl. fc Sun.
P O. gen del. op nfrom 7:80 am to7:M pia
P.O. box del. oitn from 6 a. m to to. d.
Sundays get .del. open lrom....8s. m. to 10 a. sj.
Sundays box del. open from. ...6a. m. tc 10:30 asi
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