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When the future composer of the
"Barber of Seville" was iiuite a young
man, the mannger of the San'Mose
Theatre at Venice became seriously an
noyed with him in consequence of his
having engaged to write for .mother
Venetian theatre the Fen ice and
treated him with so much incivilty that
Rossini determined to be revenged up
on him. The manager, had been ma
licious enough to give Hossini a lihret
to so utterly ridiculous that to make it
the b.'wis of a tolerable opera was out of
the question. Rossini however was
bound to set it to music, and,
in default of doing so, would hare been
required to pav damages. In this diffi
culty he resolved at once to fulfi fj'3
engagement, and to take his revenge
upon the manager by setting the absurd
libretto to music which transcended it in
absurdity. His score was, as one of the
biographers describes it, "ludicrous,
grotesque, extravagant to the degree of
caricature." The bass had to sing at
the top of his voice, and only the very
lowest notes of the prima donna were
called into requisition. One singer,
whoso appearance was always the sig
nal for laughter, hail to deliver a tine
drawn sentimental melody. Another
artist, who could not sing at all, had a
very ditlicult air assigned tohim.whieh,
that none of his faults might pass un
perceived.was accompanied piuuissimo
by a pizzicato of violins.
It is iiuNhcd. The grand Gothic pile
which in inception, in promise and in
construction, has stood iu the focus of
religious and national interest for
twenty generations, has at last reached
completion, has been distinguished by
the ceremony of dedication, and now
takes its place as one of the most mag
nificent monuments of history. We
have already culled attention to tho rise
and progress of this lordly and impos
ing eititice. For more than six hundred
years it has been ono of the leading fea
tures of the city of Cologne, and tho
question has ever been not when would
this massive structure surrender to timo
and decay, but when would timo and
enterprise of quickened thought and
puqjoso curry to completion this work
so nobly planned? Its prospects havo
indeed looked dark at times, as dark as
the ages through which its towering
heights have stood; but its fortunes rose
with tho barometer of progress and
enlightenment, and it stands to-day in
its grandeur tho finest specimen of
Gothic architecture upon the footstool,
and a triumph of tho artistic ideas of tho
past When it was planned tho refor
mation was in tho remote future, an
agitation undreamed of. The trans
forming influeneo of that religious rev
olution upon tho thought of Germany
hits given to this work a character very
different from that which lay in tho
minds of its iiious founders. Tho total '
absence of tho Catholic clergy at the
dedication is proof enough of that.
Whether this absence was due to tho
wish of tho German Emperor, or to tho
preferences of tho clergy themselves,
we can not tell; hut, in e'ither event, it
is to bo regretted. liven tradition
should havo had more honor paid it.tvnd
evident, as well as recorded, purpose
should havo been a platform broad
enough for tho representatives of a Cat h
olio and conservative church and a Prot
estant state to meet upon in dignified
commemoration of tho great events of
the past and hopeful dedication to tho
good of tho future. Tho German Km
peror wished to make it tho seal of a
united Germany, but his nntional spirit
was evidently warped and fettered by
his prejudices. Tho glory of empire is
fur more to him than tho consistency of
history. He has discarded tho past, and
has refused recognition of all the slg
nilicant eras in tho progress of this
monument, except so far as it reflects
German enlorpriso at tho present timo.
We are glad tliat the world has such a
monument and such a historical shrine,
and, whatever Kaiser Wilhelm may
think, it will mean much more to tho
visiting hosts of all nations than tho
glory and consequence of his imperial
There are 00,000 fewer acres under
wheat in England than in 1874.
An Austrian count lias had a railroad
built on his domain which is propelled
A state of war exists between fish
poachers on Oneida luko and tho game
constables. The constables destroy
traps, and tho poachers retaliate by
cutting up boots. Tlioy havo an or
ganized, armed patrol on tho beach,
And say they will Ught rather than sub
mit to the law.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNINli, JANUARY 12, 1891.
The subcutaneous injection of sul
phurie ether, in three-drop doses, at
itlieivillB in iwuivu minis, is recum
mended by Dr. Comegvs for tho sue'
oessful treatment of sciatica; and ho
ulso thinks that tho substitution of
ether for ergotino in dealing with tio
douloureux would give good results.
Great Works in Olden Times'
iVondcll Phillips thinks the ancients
attained perfection in somo arts, tho
knowledge of which has been lost in our
time. It is certain that those most fa
miliar with steam-power and modern
machinery are puzzled to explain how
tho grand'struetures of the ancient world
were erected, IJuilders say that no
modern contractor could erect the great
pyramid in Ejrypt, and lift tho mgantio
stories at tho summit to tho height of
four hundred ami fifty feet.
A recent visitor to Bnalbec, ami the
ruins of the great temple of IJaal, doubts
if any modern architect could rebuild
tho temple in its nncient grandeur.
Three huge stones, sixty-four feet long,
thirteen high, and thirteen wide, stand
in a wall at tho height of twenty feet.
Nino other stones, thirty feet long, ten,
high, ami ten wide, are joined together
with such nicety that a trained eye can
not discover the line of juncture.
A column still stamis in the quarry, a
mile distant, which is completed, with
the exception that it is not detached at
tho bottom. It is sixty-nine feet long,
seventeen high, and fourteen broad,
and ono can not understand how it can
be separated at tho bottom from tho
quarry without breaking. The ruins of
this vast temple inspire respect for tho
genius of former ages.
Giving a Flavor to Meat.
From T.aii'l nnl Wuter.
The following amusing story, told mo
by the late Hraiisley Cooper, was after
ward published in the life of his dis
tinguished uncle, Sir Astley Cooper.
It is stated that upon one occasion of tho
Athlete Club meeting at Mr. Coleman's,
at tho Veterinary College, ho promised
31rv Xorris, President of the Royal
College of Surgeons, who was a great
gourmand, that he would give him a
joint of beef from Markham's and
ordered a fine sirloin to bo sent on tho
appointed day. The party met, tho
promised beef soon m ade its appearance.
The host cut for his friend S orris ono
of the primest slices, and soon, in ex
ultation, inquired if it were not to his
heart's content. To this Mr orris
replied, "The beef is good beef, but it
is not my friend Markham's.11 "Pooh!
Pooh!11 said Mr. Coleman: "I'll swear
it is, Norris,-for 1 called myself at his
shop and ordered it, and this morning
had it delivered at my house by his own
man; but I may be wrong, Norris; how
ever, to decide the matter, if you please,
I'll lay you a bet of a dinner for the
party that it is Markham's beef.11
Tho butcher wad sent for. Coleman
put the question: "Mr. Markhara, all
1 have to ask of you is, was the beef
your man left here this morning your
own meat?" "No sir,'1 said ho "it'was
not. I have to make a thousand
apologies; for although you yourself
gave mo the order ten days ago," I never
thought of it till I looked in my book
this morning, when I knew I had noth
ing in my sliop that would answer the
pui'poso. I therefore myself went to
every butcher in tho market and picked
out tho finest piece I could find, anil I
hoped it would prove satisfactory; but
the beef is not mine.11 Norris laughed
heartily at the successful display of his
gastronomic faculties, and the whole
party joined in the fun against Coleman,
who was generally so sagacious in his
bets as to make it quite a novelty when
ho lost. The secret is this: Markham
was in the habit of buying stock much
older then butchers usually buy for cer
taiu of his most peculiar customers, and
afterwards feeding it himself in some
peculiar manner before bringing it to
the slaughter-house. So superior to
that of iinv man of his day wits his beef
considered, that many persons, of whom
Mr. Norris was one, would pay tho
most exorbitant prices for meat to bo
supplied by him. Mr. Norris was tho
grandfather of Lord Penzance and
several of the Wilde family.
The Toronto Globe sa,vs that there
must bo to Toronto 100 miles of streets
lined on each side with costly and hide
ous fences are innocent of nil utility
except that they exerciso some slight
restraining influence upon tho hordes
of young barbarians who prowl about,
seeking for mischief to commit. Probab
ly few peoplo have any idea of tho
amount of money which is wasted in
these fences. Assuming that wo have
100 miles of street so adorned, this
makes 1, 0,00,000 feet of front fence; and
taking tho lots to be of un average width
of 30 feet; and tho houses na standing
at an average distauce of 10 feet from
tho street line wo have another 286,000
feet worse than useless division fences
in front of tho house?, making in all
1,312,000 feet of front fence. Thero is
no use of this fencing that cost a greater
sum than 40 cents a foot than less.
Taking the lost sum of 50 cents a foot as
its lirst cost our front fences stand us in
the sum $071,000. Tho painting of the
fences cost 20 cents a squaro yard of
meir sunaeo, reprcsenung uuoiher in
vestment of at least $270,000. Tho ex
treme average life of the fencing is 15
years, and during that time tho painting
must bo renewed at least twice, or if tho
owner havo any pretension to tidiness,
four times. These figures, which are by
no menus overstated, will givo some
idea of the amount of money that is
thrown awuy in fences. When it is
considered, too, that 01)9 of tho gates
belonging to these fences are woeful
failures against the casual doa; that thev
either will not shut or else will not stay
shut; that if they do shut they shut with
such a bang tho paterfamilies is always
on thorns for fenr his children's tiugcrs or
his dog's tail should be sacrificed; and
even as tho inteniostn medium between
procrastinating "spoons," the front gato
is really nothing but a nuisance, deriv
ing all its pleasant memories from as
sociations only; it will be seen that tho
caso to bo made out nn-nirtst front fences
and their concomitant gates is simply
crushing. They have, in fact, only tho
ono little redeeming point previously
indicated, namely, tLmt tho young vuh
of tho hitman species has apparently
won norn wun a respect for a fence
which Is in realty no barrier whatever,
but only tho symbol of a barrier tho
survival in fact of tho moat, drawbridge
and portcullis, winch were once tho jro
requisites of a sound night's sleep.
A DaiifflitPr Rescued.
A Frankfort (Ky.) physician writes:
Some months ago tho daughter of ono of
our prominent citizens was pronounced a
hone ess consumptive. tShe was verv mud
reduced in llesh; terrible cough, her life
irradunllv wasting away. I recommended
her to use -'Dr. Swayne's Compound Syrup
of Wild Cherry," which sho did, In a
short tunc bhe was tree irom all cougli and
other symptoms, and is now rosy and
healthy." Price 25 cents and $1 a bottle or
0 bottles 5. The largo sizo is the most
economical. Prepared only by I)r, SA-ayue
it Son. Philadelphia, bout by drumjists,
An occasional dose of "Swayne's Pills"
should lie taken to keep the bowels free
They are excellent for torpid liver and bil
ious complaints. Sold by all the Cairo
druggists. . (f.)
Jno, Ilncon, La-porte, Iud., writes: Your
"Spring Illossoiu" is all you cracked it tq
to be. My Dyspepsia lias all vanished
why don't you advertise it; what allowance
will you make if I take a dozen bottles, so
that I could oblige my friends occasional
ly, Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents.
S. W. Fhisuie, of East Toledo. Ohio,
savs: It afforded my son relief, an( tUs,
polled nil signs of this dread disease, which
has nlllictcd him since childhood. I cheer
fully recommend the "Only Lung Pad'1 to
all Asthmatic sufferers See Adv.
Every pay increases the popularity and
sale of Carter's Little Liver Pills. Tho
reason is that, when once used, relief is
sure to follow. 2.5 cents.
The United States fish commission
has received information that the Cali
fornia State Association has just re
ceived from China a quantity of gow
ramy, a very fine food fish, which is to
bo introduced in the California waters.
Some of them aro to be scut to Wash
ington for propagation and distribution
in all rivers and lakes of the country
where it is claimed they will flourish.
It is claimed1 they are superior to sal'
It is reported that tho Parisians aro
at last beginning to discover that tho
'cau de seltz" which they consume so
largely in "siphons" is capable simply
of poisoning them. An analysis of
twelve "siphons," taken at hazard in
different quarters of Paris, which was
presented to the Academy of Sciences
by Mr. Pateur, shows that it contains
per litre fourteen one-thousandths of
salts of pewter and two-one-thousandths
of salts of copper. These substances
"When we are asked ta recommend snmc.
thing to nourish and strengthen the blood
we always say take Malt Bitters.11
"iKsi oioou-puritier we know ol."
"Rapidly displacing all other 'bitters.111
"For weakness, nervousness and thn
fruits of dissipation nothing like "Malt
"Women and children take them freely.'1
Why are 4340 yards of land bought on
credit, like a drinking song? I3ecau.se it is
"an acre on tic.
Why is a man who breaks a window and
then pays the damage like Dr. Thomas1
Electric Oil in curing rheumatism. Be
cause it breaks the pain and then makes it
all right. Paul G. Sehuh, agent.
We Dr.sntK to call the attention to our
readers to the Grand Holiday Offer of the
Mendelssohn Piano Company, whose ad
vertisement appears elsewhere. This
Company offers an if 850 Square Grand
Piano, J stringed; 7J octaves, in a hand
some rosewood case, for only $24 3; also
many other styles of Pianos and Organs at
great bargains for the Holidays, including
sheet music at one-third price. These
Pianos, including Grand, Square and Up
right, made one of the finest displays at
the Centennial Exhibition, and were unani
mously recommended for the Diploma of
Honor and Medal of Merit. The Mendels
sohn Piano Co. are the first to do a general
business with the purchaser direct, saving
urn more than one-half the price charged
by other first-class makers. This saving is
made by doing away with the Agency Sys
tem, and giving the people the Pianos "at
Wholesale or Agency prices. We would
recommend nny of our readers who have
any idea of ever buying a Piano or Organ,
to send for their Illustrated and Descrip
tive Catalogues, which will be mailed free
Physicians Recommend it.
Your Thomas' Electric Oil commands n
large and increasing sale, which it richly
merits. I have always found it exceeding
ly helpful; I use it in all cases of rheuma
tism, as well as fracture and dislocations.
I made use of it myself to calm the pains
of a broken leg with dislocation of the foot
and in two days I was entirely relieved
from pain. Jos. Bkaidis, M. D.
Pa i L G. Sciiuii. Agent.
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with so many unworthy devices and
concoctions, it is "refreshing to
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consumption ot the worth oftheir reme
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free of charge. This certainly would be
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Dr. King a iSew Discovery tor the Con
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quinsy, hoarseness, croup, or any nffection
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by calling on Geo. E. OTlara, Druggist
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Constipation, cured by tho use of Fellows'
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every other known remedy had been used in
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of Digestion nnd Evacuation is manifest.
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Reatorer is the
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akoho's luincAi. t fiiE. Complete and la
tlible treatmeut, conslstint' of one bottle o'
Haiiii ai. Ct he, one box ol Cataiiihial Solvent
uid one Imi'uovki) I miai.kh. all w nipped In on
imckage. with Treatise and Directions, and lolc
iy all druggists lor Jl .ifl.
sk for Sanfoud's Raiucal C'ikk,
General AffentH WEEKS & TOTTER
UN FERMENTED MALT,
Hop". Calisiiya and Irou. No
medicine like. Ii for the
Hlood, Hrni us. Nerves and
-JilMuifiti Lungs. New life lor func
V" ') ' ' 'j tions weakenid by disease,
U ltHlsinS dehllltv und dissipation
UI I I h I'osltive cure ror I.lver. Kid-
I g lEil ney nnd Urinary dltricullles.
Comfort uod sirenglh for Delicate I'emab s and
Nursing Mothers ruresi anu iie.l me iicine
called Hitters.'' Sold everywhere. MALT BIT
TERS COMPANY, Boston, Mass.
Foo Clioo's Hulsum of Shark's Oil
Positively Restores the Hearing, and Is tho Only
Absolute Cute for Deafness Known.
This (HI Is extracted from a peculiar species of
small White Shark, rsueht m the Yellow Sea,
known as Curcharodoii Hondeletil. EveryChlucc
fisherman knows It. Its virtues ns t restorative of
hearing were discovered by a Huddhlst Priest about
thu year 111. Its cures were so numerous and
many so seemingly miraculous, that the remedy
was officially proclaimed over tho entire Empire.
Its use became so ui Iversul that for over am) years
no deifeness has existed among the Chinese peo
ple. Sent, charges prepaid, to any address ut $1 per
(inly Imported by HAYI.OCK A CO..
sni.E AiiENis roil amkhu'a. T Dey St New York.
Its virtues era unquestionable and itscnrotlv!
character absolute, ns the writer can pAisoiwlly
testify, both from experience nnd observation.
Among the many renders of the I'ovlew in one
part andiinnthcr of tbu country, It laprobnblu Hint
numbersnre nlllictcd with deafness, and to such It
may Ife said : "Write at once to Huylock & Co.. 7
IS'y strert. New York, enclosing Bl, sod you will
receive by return u renir tly that will cnnblo yon to
hear like anybody else, and whose curative ell'ects
will bo permanent. You will never regret clolnf
so." Editor of New Yitk Mercantile Review,
Sept. 'JMh, 1K8.
To Nervotts Snfl'i-rers-TliP (reut Etiroiieiin Ketr.
edv-Dr. J. B. Slmimon'sSiierltla Medlclnn.
Dr. J. R. Simpson's Specllle Medicine Is n posi
tive cure for Spermatorrhea, Itnnoteiicy, Weakness
end all diseases resulting from Self-Abnso. as Nor
vous Dcbllltv, Irritability, Mental Anxiety, Languor,
Lassitude, Depression nrsplrlts) and functlounl du
rangements of tho Nervous System generally PalriS
in JiacK or oiue, j.oss or memory, rremainn' "i..
Age and diseases
that lead to Con
ty ami an early
grave, or both,
No mutter how
system may be
from excesses of
coiirso of this medicine will restore the R"J ;
Hons and tirocuru health and happiness, w hi rn o
fore was .(espondency and g "'". I .cc ins
Medicine l beli.it used with wonduiliil suo
C' Pamphlets sent free to ri'l. Write for them and
Kl'i.rfici tt!'"r!'i roper package. or puck
5&.WWi itrUm,Mou receipt of
money. A J u r.. u nj pw o N S M K P I (' I N K CO.,
No"'. 1U4 sud M Main St., IJuiruio, N, Y.
I I II I Th Tolls
Aruciei irom pur
Vaseline Cold Cream,
Vaseline Camphor Ice,
Vaseline Toilet Soaps,
sr. ..parlor lo as; tlailw OHM.
An agreeable form of tak
ing Vaseline internally.
rTTTfl TOT-TUT 1THIO
and T)inhtW; .
of all our good's. '
I t i:p..Mit I 2 A BOS.
C.vliio, Ii i.inois, December, ID, W0.
The regular annual meeting of the atockholdurs
Of the City National ll:,nk if Cairo, for the purpose
Oce of said bank, lu this citv.on Tiie.ilnv .I.n...
,;.v, i iiik ri-.-u ,j ueriur... w ui lie neiu at tOe Of-
I Pollsot.enatlOiiclocka.ni. aud close
at i o, clock p. m. of said (lay.
THUS. W. UAI.LIDAY,
QICK HEADACHE !
We Menu Ciucil. Not Merely Relieve
And Can Prove What we Claim.
I: y There are no fallnres atiit no dlsapolnt
merils. If you um trmilned with SU K'llETiT
ACHE yog can be easily and quit kly tcrei, a.
hundreds have bc-u already. WB sUilTie ; .ta'se'.i
to mail a. beet of testlmoni,,!,. t tny UA., .,l "
Carter's Little Liver Tills
Also core alt forms or IllUonsnes.. preveut l f r.ti
patlon and Dyspp.l.. VTm,At D.eVstion V
distress from too hearty eating, correct !). r.Jrr.
of the Stomach. Stlmiiiate th Liver and Ii. - Mi
the Dowels. They do all this by Inkier lr.'.i"."ne
little J.H1 ut a do.e. 'I Ley are purely v.-"na ,ir do
not trripe bt purrs, and are a. nearT n .
It is p..stbk. for a pl.l to be. Price -A I, '. "
$1. Sold bv druggist, everywhere or s.-n .v n i l
CAftTEK MEDIllSfi ( o . KHIt.' A
To make a (juart of medicine guarr.t.i. , ,'. .0 , ,,.
Humors of the Blood, l'sp. ; s. 1 hit t, , . '
Kidney Weakness, or General Ik' i,"v iiV'
mail, post paid, tor r . r SparLag. . ior " I
J AI.ONZO GREENE. Inrt'ap Ii. . - .r
"J' Pine M , St. I.oj ,. !,.,.
V'77 7 A r. Alt aid tit
0i sgrntv Ootf.t free A
' O. VKKLRV. Augu.t
Augusta. V .ii..
A D EliTISKKSI -nd for onr S. ',.' I .
eal newspapers. G.o. P. ;...,! v
Spruce ft., N. V.
1 :s a
I t a,-
ousiness man in Cairo, au 1 luen ri
ready tnkeii i A Irw hliiil,e! .,t '..
par for g,n ds on delivery nf i r orii. r i.i.v.
se. ured for tl.e s.ni.e. ' Jt) M per n.?.!'1.
gilriteed. The m. -t s",.rr.Mig ;ri, ."
solicited A M AliM I.D ,t CO . tor ,t
Street and Ilroadway. Hroi-klyn. N, Y
J.ESTEY&C2 Battleboro VI
u perfs' t'r rir.-. p.-rae'ir.r. I ih r-i r- il...
..1 me.lir , tejlh., nt.es ill In.' n .l. (.,. .1
Svvt. r,l tt eri.l'a Kl I-.-,- 1 -. nn I ' , .
6uU 1.) l)iu ,i,u. W B BCBaiTELIN 4 (.0
. Inne fersrs, Rf?-rrf.IJ
DR. KLINE S GREAT
r,.- Tin a fkf Mt KvntrM 1 1 1 a- o liT
Sr. 1 diiuy an atinv sai.M i ibi u-i,fi v 1
Kit.'fttifiitB.IhfVpaylniieJtprfSiL'f. i- 'Ml Mrr
II it nnd .t.rp. i'.lr.ii l Iiu 1 f IW . I
Vilthont mcdr'lncs. ALLAN'S FOI.TTtLE MPPf.
CATKD Bol UIKrt. I'an-nU'd October V: IsTe.
ho. 1 will enre any esse In four davs nr V
No. 3 will enre the rn.i otisiiuaie C4c. no i.-isiur
f how longstanding.
No nauseous dosca of enbebs, copaiba er o:i of
tind'ilwood, that are csrialn lo produce d)spe, it
ty. destroying (he eoatinirs of the scrunch. N.
ayrliiiresorasirliiirsntiiiieclioiis Ui proouce uUiir
at rlom cor inllc.ail"tu.
i'rlco fl tA fol.U BY ALL DBCOGlSTs. or
Balled o reeolpt of prlru,
Forf her particulars send for elrrnlar.
. P. 0. 11. X 15.U J C. ALLAN CO., b John Street,
We offer fSOO rraard for suy caf J they will sot
Uulclt, lafe and sure core.
1 ,i..lu n,ni ui-nilfc n to, ir
... ., tim atepnlng-stonn to a life of success.
Zl vTcX Jfr WttZSu voT C(?c
thn foot of th" I""' WlV' ol .SO, I.
Ureenwlch Street, Sew iora.
itiiuti trtt uy jiuii, v.
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