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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
iviht mmiiN (aoNDAYi xcpth).
OFFICIAL, PATER OF CITY AND COUNTY
All oM man in Virginia jiiinicil in
to llio well to spiii! iiis wife for iiin
ning into .!') m . She let liim stny
tlioro in three fret nl'mM wali'r imlil
lie hivciI to (IcL'il her llic wlndi) fiirm.
People w li p'!ik of llio Russian
cx-dictaloras (,oti nt Luris Mclikoll am
infonned tlml lliey niii;lil ns properly
tay Mister M.ni-ii,-nr Mulikir,',Lori''
in Arineiiiiiii ini'.inin.; count.
One bark now carries iiiore corn
across the A Muni in from Huston than
(ho whole ex port of corn ami wheat
in 1S31, w hen I In; total was $26,(100
worth of cipi ii, . i.ooo worth of wheal,
ami f 105,om) worih of inoal.
A frightened Innx ran into a crock"
cry-ware store ul llanuor. ynin;,' tli"
whole length of llio tloor bel'oro h
was capiiired, and iillhouli surround'
ed on all sid s by crockery, he wa
led out viilnnl, having broken a
Au old colored man nt Jacksonville,
Fla., who was a sol.lier in the war,
mid has since- been unable to work and
lias been be:.'iny, learned recently
that he was cntii h d to a pension from
the United Slate and lias jusl received
$1,100 buck pension.
Mrs. Chalmers D.ilo Jms given Mm
town of AInii.iiii,.. Mass., !?j.Vo(l fur a
nmite building fur a public library
in memory l llor.itio Lyon, her I'm h
cr, a leading in iniifai'liiriT of tin)
town, and li i widow ban iven $-',-O()0
for an endou miml fund.
A new piore-s for iisinp, up old
Blcel has lnudy been patente I in Eng
land. Uy it a new mclal of extraor
dinary Mreiuili an I ductilily is alleg
ed to be iiilroduecd, which is ex peeled
to prove of gieai value. Steel remade
on this plan has suld rapidly at $:'2. a
AN INTKKKSTINC LETTKIt,
IT KINDS UK A (UtATKrTii IIKAHT AM) lil VKR
IIONOK Wlll.llr. IIOMMt IS I UK.
Mr. S. W. Ciipps f Ncottsvillc, Macoujiin
county, 111., writes, under date of Aug. '(),
ItjJ'O, tn Dr. Swiiynn A; Son: "I sent to
you for three boxes 'All healig ointment,'
having bad the Itching Tiles for about
twenty-three years, and have been treated
for them by eleven ilillcrcnt doctors, and
have paid out at h ast five hundred dol
larsyes, I would be safe in saying one
thousand dollars hut never was cured of
that itching which annoyed mo almost to
death. When I became warm, particularly
at night, the itching would begin, and the
only relict was to bathe in cold water,
Boirctinics as often as six or seven times in
one night. I concluded to tr.f your Oint
ment, and have used two boxes, anil the
result is a peih rt cure, and I will say that
it is the best Ointment in the world, a nd
will recommend it to one and all as such.
Swayne's Ointment is sold by all druggists.
The Melancholy Dime
lbtlnlet, 'i iin e o llrinimi'k, would not
have been duliln .1, the "Melancholy Dane"
if he had know n Dyspepsia was all that
ailed him, and thai all that he needed was
a supply of Spring' Hlossom, a sure cure for
fur Dyspepsia, IlilioiiMiess. Indigestion and
oilier diseases of that description. Price
.V) cents, trial bottles 10 cents.
A WONDKKI'l L DISCOVERY.
For the s dy cine of consumption and
all diseases that h ad to it, such as stubborn
coughs, neglected colds, bronchitis, hay
fever, asthma, pain in the side and chest,
dry hacking cough, tickling in the throat,
hoarseness, sore throat, anil all chronic or
lingering diseases of the throat and lungs,
Dr. King's New Discovery has no equal
and has established for itself a world-wide
reputation. Many lending physicians
recommend And use it in their practice.
The formula from which it is prepared it
highly recommended by all medical jour
nals. The clergy and the press have com
plimented it in the most glowing term.
Go to your druggist and get a trial bottlo
free of cost, or a regular si.n for $1. For
sale, by Geo. ). O'llara. Druggist, Cairo,
Protect Hie Little Ones.
Protect the liltlc ones from the oflrn
fatal consequences of croup, with Dr.
Thomas' Kcleeinc Oil. It is the king of
all cough medicines, as well as a peerless
remedy for rheumatism, lame back, sprains,
bruises, cuts, piles, kidney troubles, etc.
Take it inwuidlv and apply outwardly.
Paul (5. Schuh, Agent.
A ( 'a nl.
To all w h" are sulli ring from the errors
and indiscretions 'l 'youth, nervous weakness,
early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
send a recipe that will cure you, free ol
charge. This peal remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
a self-addressed envelope to the Iter., Joseph
T. Intuitu, Station D, New York City.
Wk auk strongly disposed to regard lliut
persona the lust physician who dues
most to alleviate human sullering. Judged
from tins st in laid, Mrs. I,ylia K. Pink
ham, '2'-i' Western uvenue, Lynn, Mass., is
entitled to the front rank, for her Vegeta
ble Compound is daily working wmi'li'iCul
cures in female diseases. Send for circular
to the above a Idress.
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest bv a sick child suffering and
crying with the cxciueiating pain of cutting
teeth? If so, gout once and get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
mid give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, rperating like tnngie.
It is perfectly sale to use In all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, and In (ho prescript
tion of one of tin-oldest and best Ictnalo
physicians and nurses in the United btutri.
Sold everywhere . '2't cents a bottle.
The Citadel ed ('aiul.diar.
The tow n and citadel of Candilhar,
which now enga ;(( anxious attention,
have held a beleaguered lirilisli foreo
in bygone lime-, and have been as-H.miali-d
with 1 1' successes of tllO
lirilisli anus in a campaign which was
othorwi-e full of disaster. Au Adju-lini-lieneral
of the Persian army, J.
P. Ferrier, previously a Chasseur
d'AlVi'ini', wrote a Ii ink nil "(' travail
Wnii'lei ings" in Persia. Afghanistan,
and Turkestan, and the unpublidie I
niainis ript w as translated bv Captain
W.dcsse.aud cdite I by Mr. II. I . Sey
iiioiir, M. P. Li the course of the
wanderings thus describe I t he an t hop
came toCaudahar, thci din lei of which
bespeaks of contemptuously us "wit li
mit glacis, ravelin, or flanking defense
to dnl'einl ft long line of curtain ;" but,
head Is, l,it was strong enough when
hell by a very we ik garrison of liril
isli troops on the JiUh of .March, 1 s I
to resist the whole Afghan army of
10,000 men." The occasion of wiiicli
he speaks was probably when it was
held by (ieneral Nott, whose force of
Bombay troops withstood the insur
gents and ulliin ilely Idea ted them.
In a history ol Afghanistan, pub
lished only two years ago, Col. Mal
lesan gives a description of the city
which is of inieiesi at this moment,
lie siys: "The, town of Caud.ihar,
silualed at the foot, of the T-ivnnli val
ley, is separated from the l iver of that
name by a short range of hills which
divide the lower pari of hn valley
and run parallel with I he river for
about twenty miles, '.unl ili.ir ii
compassed on three side, by high,
sharp-pointed, rocky mountains, ris
ing nbillplly I'iiiiii the pl;:iu. Tin:
open side is thai leading along llio val
ley of the Tamil). A considerable
port ion of t he. an ley of 'an lain r is in
an ordinary way fertile and well cul
tivated. It can boa-d n rich mead
ows, gardens, orchards tide I with
fruit-irees, fields of barley, corn, In
tern, clover, and watered by numer
ous canals, fed through the break in
the hills by the waters of (he Argau
dab, oneol Ihe. Iribuiaries of ihe ilel
in ui 1. These cull iv.iied lauds are
ch'u.dly on thosoiiihwosiern and west
ern sides of the town. Th re or four
miles to tin; ea-t I he t ravclcr encoun
ters a portion of a cheerless plain, cov
ered with stones and scantily sup
plied w ith water. 'I' he low n of Can
dahar is large and populous. Its form
is that, of au oblong square, two I Iioii
sand by sixteen bund red yards ( iboul
a iiiile'squ uc). Siiuate I on ihe north
side of Ihe ex tiiusivc plain calhd af
ter the town, aJioui, two miles from
l he lofty mountain called I'. ila Wall,
it is surrounded by ;i hh;li but, thin
and weak wall, wilh several lixii inns.
Its walls are iliirly feet, high. Tim
four principal li.t.u trs, or siiv :ls, lead
from the gaie-ways ami un ci nearh
in the centre of I lie town in ;i I irgu
circular building, covered with a
dome about one bun ire I and twenty
feet in diamcicr, called the rhnrsu.
This place is surrounded by shops and
is regarded as a public, market-place.
The streets which converge into it di
vide the town into four nearly equal
districts. The oilier streets in the
town arc mere lanes, fm un d by the
narrow space between ihe high hou-us,
houses far more lofiy ihan iho-e of
the principal stieeis. The cliiualeo!
Candahar is very dry and in every re
aped superior id lhal ol' lliielosi hi.
(Join and most of the neces-aras of
lile are dear at Candahar. Firewood
is also very searee. It. is diile'idl io
lix Ihe number of inhabitants.
Mouulsiuarl Klphiiistouu declines to
make the alteinpl. 1 1 seems Id be ac
knowhalgeil, however, thai I ho pop il
lation is in excess of that of Ileral.
If the lleralis maybe esi imalel, as
they have bcen,ai b.rly-live ihoiisand,
the'Candaharis may po.ssihly nuuiher
'fhe iieoplenre more intelligent and
have atlamed a higher cmli.alion
than (hose of siinoiiuding countries,
mid w hile they retain the i haraeleris
tics of a warlike people, II, ey arc supe
rior to the generality of La.st4'ru n ibes.
An illustration of popular ignorance
ns to ventilation is furnished by the
iSdinhiri Kiiiiiim; and is as follows :
A gentleman while at lending church
one evening found that his feet were
icy cold, so that he had to raise them
from oil' the Hour. Calling the atten
tion of the sexton to this lac), the lat
ter said, with some perplexily :
"Yes, wc have a good many oui
plainlsnf cold feet from others but.
I doii'l iinder.sUud the reason why we
can't keep the church warm ; we sure
ly have liiesenoiigh."
So saying, be pointed to a register
in the Hour dinvtly behind ihe gen
tleman in ihe adjoining pew. Look
ing around the laller could see that,
there was h hot tire in the furnace be
neath, mid yet no heal came up. When
a handkerchief was laid over ihe regis,
ler it scarcely stirred. The visitor
asked the sexton :
"Have von nnv means of veiuili.
"Are there no windows open:"'
"How Iheii can you ex pee I the nip
to come in here if it can't get mil.
There was no reason- the man was
"I lid you ever try lo blow in a hot
tie?" continued the inquirer.
"Do you think if mui did, thai, you
could force any more air into a hot lie
by blowing than was in it before?"
Ho couldn't say, Never had thought
"Well," continued the gent leniau,
"you Wouldjsooii find mil, if you H ied,
thai it was iinnoihle, mid neither
can you force air into .this church
through a regi-lr if you don'l open a
window or some other orillce."
"Pin!,"' the sexloii demurred, "open
ing it window would lei in the cold
air, wouldn't it?''
"You jiisi. try il," was the response,
"liaise some nt the windows on thu
leeward side of the church, and sen
what will happ'ii."
It was done, and iiisiiinldy thehainl
kerchief lying on the icgi-mr rose half
wny to the ceiling with the force of
the ascending current.. The sexton
stood and st tnal in n si "iiisti nu-iit.
CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 8, 1881,
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
Tarhoro, N. ('., has a colored wo-
niau who was raised as a boy; does
not recollect when she began to wear
male clothing ; still dresses and nets
like a man; does a mini's work uud
bears a man's iinnie. She has au aver
sion to being with women or doing
their kind of work, and sayB sho
would go to tho penitentiary beforo
the would wear a bonnet. Sho is a
mother, but not ul. all motherly, and
her child calls her papa.
A place has been found near Porl
land, Me., where some persons havo
evidently been diguing fop treasure,
supposed to have been left by Capt.
K kid. They had sunk a shall fifteen
feet deep and then carried a subterra
nean passage along soino twelvo feet.
They were evidently disturbed in
their work, and left two long divining-rods
l!en Zen her was an only son,and his
father owned one ol the best farms in
Pelinoiil county, West Virginia. Tho
old man was past so. During several
years his heali h bad declined, mid it
was supposed that he would speedily
die. lit n was so eoididentof this thai
be began to buy slock for tho farm,
niiil made other preparations to take
possession of the property. Hut the
octegenarian suddenly recovered from
his illness and took to courting a
neighbor's daughter. This exaspera
ted ihe impatient heir, and be shol
his father dead.
Most actors forget about as readily
as they learn, and a few days will of
ten sullici! to destroy their perfect
memory of a role. On a recent voyage,
from Lngland John McCullough and
I lose Coghlan were aboard, and the
passenger on getting up an entertain
ment, pul them down for a scene from
"Macbeth." Although Macbeth is
one ol McCullough '8 star parts, and
Miss Coghlan had not long before act
ed Lady Macbeth, they were unable
lo recall the language with anything
like accuracy, and as there wasn't a
copy of tho play on the steamer the
performance had to he omiied.
Tho correspondence of Peter the
f 1 rent will shortly he published by
imperial authority at. St. Petersburg.
The work of editing Ihe materials has
already been seven years in hand.
The texl is olucidaicd by commen
taries from the pen ol the ilus.siaii ac
ademician P ti likelf. The .appear
ance of the oliiuics bus long been
anxiously awaited, and is expected to
be a literary event of the first order,
no le -s on account of Ihe monumental
character of ihe work than the ele.
gauce ol ils execution, it is possible
ihat it w ill contain many interesting
A (laughter of (len. Posecrans, re
cently took Ihe black veil in the con
vent of I l silines at St. Man m's ( In io.
Ol the three daughter-of (Jen. Ko..(..
cruns, Mary, the eldest, is buried in
the churchyard of theeonu'iil where
she was educated, which she re-enter-ed
as a novice, and u here she died.
The second, Lilic, is wilh her father
on the Paeiiic slope. The third and
youngest, Annie, left the I'rsulino
school early and wiut. into soeieiy,
but upon her sister's death sought the
same convi ul uud anke.l lo he. , u L Up
on probation lor the hoiioi s ol (lie no
vitiate, into which she was received
two years ng .
L'oIm a t .lore-;, colored, shut and in
stantly killed Spencer Pnillips, w bile,
nt. M'.nne. Coth panics lived iii
Smith Carolina ; lln-y had go,,e lo
Monroe wiin cotioi:', and 'wen; camp
ing in Ihe lot back of the IhiiiiM
chimb, .lu nrs, who was intoxicated,
went to Phillips and others ami de.
mat. di d sup ci. Phillip olh iud to
give him s(,iiu; con bread, when
.liiiii s i'i dared he had l etter rations
t ban 1 j 1 1 1 1 i j , and a quarrel ensued,
W ilh the 1 1 .mil above given. The lie.
gro is in j dl. lie U longs to a bellig
erent lainily, his lumber hat in; re
cently been tried lor murder in ,-v.uih
A Kailrnail Dropping Out of Sight.
A curious phenomenon has occurred
in the dropping out of a piece of road
near I! maun, (). About leu years
iigo there was a settling in llm road,
bill, no great chang'! mmd until
last J line w hen in a single night, thai
whole portion (fight rods) cracked
sqiniely across i!: road, and dis
appeared from sight, leaving the
banks perpendicular and as smooth as
though seveied witii a knife. Vv'hilo
Ihe strange submerging wai taking
place, t he south side of the road was
loi'ced up from beneath by soino pow
er to the height ol nearly ten feet.-
d'lien, like a grand p inoiainii: scene,
it was slow ly carried acro-s to the
north fence, t hen divippeare I, its pi ice
being taken by nioii: earlh, w hich un
derwent a similar journey seemingly
attached to an iiim-cii aic and slowly
The ue day n pond of water mark
ed ihe place ot those eight ',,ds of
road-bed, Ihe depth ol which was not
nop h.ii since been ascertained. The
water fame in in a sir. am the si.e o
a barn l, but whence it came was a
ii i in 1 1 ii 1 1 1. The iiiii -1. a' lonishiiig
feature was, however, ihe pieviicc ol
a large number of li-h shiiru's, siiu
li di, and laick-ha-s, nearly all w hile
in color, ainl had I he a ppi' ir tun:
coining Iroui some sunless haiiilaliou,
being sluggish in their act ions. As
Ihe-e ll h can only Lve in healthy,
pure water, the badn where they now
aro must, be fninishel liotn siidi a
.source. As soon a-, the remarkable
coiitorlioiiM'eascd the work of rebuild
ing was commence I, In all about I,,
lino loads of gravel were inrowu in.
For the I i i -1, f 'W days load alter load
I id died away like sugar, bat al l,i,t it
began to build, ami gradually, foot by
foot, the bed wasesiablished ami those
engaged in the work began lo think
lhal' tho appetite of the "nnuislep"
bad become appeased. Su - -. j i . 1 1 1 1 y
the eoiilPiiclor upon vi-it iug the Woi k
noiienda teri ihiu coiiitu ii ion aimm"
the lish, turtles, snake., and frog,. I1
The li .-.li were Icapiu ; out o tlnrua
Icr, turtles ruuiiiug hilherainl Hmher
In alarm, snakes tw'isiing and crawl
ing about, angrily dai ting oiii, their
tongues, In un hour or - i be not iced
II "sinking spell" coming mi, an I ul
mo.sl lmine in'itely the w mi u r built
portion broke loose and seiaued Udivo
lorward and dlsajipcar.
A wi.kndii) breakfast on the table sur
rounded by a family of coughs. They
used Dr. Hull s Cough Syrup ami that lane
ily now keeps it always on bund and rec
iiinineiids it. I 'rice only '2 cents a bottle.
C.Mti Kit's l.iitle Liver Fills never fails to
nne sick headache, often the very first dose
This ia what is said by all who try them.
.11 k PI i '.U.
iiu nit makk
THE GREAT tf
Neuraljh, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backacho, Soreness of the Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Soro Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear an J Huadacho, Frosted Feel
and Ears, and all other Pains
" f'ri'fxirHti'iti on i .nli i ijim! St. .l.iciits on. s
n i' ,.iic , im hi I ri i; .u mih! neniclj'.
A trail 1 1, in : I- la. I l! in j .-M i i-i y trilling imtlsy
of .'in enls. hii'l ev. ' i un' miHi riiiL' wnli pain
cum lme i li' ii'i iin.l ' !;M' jTi'i'i' of its claims.
Iii reel i .its lu F'Vvi n I.kIi.-iiiii;i
GOLD BY ALL DRUGGIST;? AND DEALERS IN
A.VOGHLER fc CO.,
lUillinmrr. M,t V. H.M
Wlio want glossy, luxuriant
and wavy trpsst-s of abundant,
Ix'autiritl Hair must uso
LYON'S KATHAIUON. This
elegant, cheap article always
makes tho Hair grow freely
and fast, keeps it from falling
out, arrests and cures gray
ness, removes dandruff and
itching, makes tho Hair
strong, giving it a curling
tendency and keeping it in
any desired j'lisifion. IJeau
tiful, healthy Hair is the sure
result of using Kathairon,
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U iihIiiiil'Iiiii, N . !
ifiv l.i'H' st iirie. h put known
U i, Ui l!lll. ami llrtoltrn.
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lroVKIJ.tV.8'N,iWS M .-trv-t. i.N.S'A'I'I.o.
LMIMIOV MI) FA'luMS
in liiwii. Km i". Ni laii k-i mui .Miuiii citii
WOll SA I.M!
l.ieiil Imi'iiiiis in THAU'S 'I'l MK on three
fniinlis nl ihe . i i . li ii - iiimi.i'v. Iiih-ri hi s per
1 1-nl . I'nrl e h inn mil Hi' In : ii ui-i-t , siiil fur I If I.
Slllti' liilaillll li u till h llil.il- un- lleclli ll
.1. K. (i. SllkliW nidi. 11'. linniilHiiy. New Vuili.
AMs Vol ll liKI in, 1ST l-OK
Or. 0. Phelps Ilrown's
ii i :im;a I. UKMKIUKS.
Tlic Li'iKiiii Mciliciiit of the
Iti -I'.i iilw An-liniliml. l-ur Hie relief ntnl curi)
lit Mil Ili-IMillf. itwell- i -
Ai :n nin r.iil-inn Aii iililmliiie n mi ly ill Threat
IHenil I'lii-ili' r km ll.e n iiinviil nl krrnliilii mid
lilt i Hi ll r !l i. i- limn I In- rych in.
I.lvi't- Ihili'iiniti.r A i i ainlti cine fm- Torpidity fit
Ihe Liver iiiii ii iilii inliinl iIimhmh
II' il.nl Oliilmi lit ImiiIiiiiIiIi- fur WiiiiiiiIn IIiiiIk
e, Si ruin nil- I li en.. r-iiiiiiii, lIliciiniHtli- 'ill'iic
Iti'linuitliiL' I'HV Thel ivt ever limili! for 1111
lull s III -s Hint Cnlit.l1;itiii,
Mule ki rn Vernill'iiee.. A ileiisiiiil mill eO'ia.tilul
ri'iiH'ily tin-1 In- reiiiuviil nl' HiiiiiiH,
SiiiiiiKliiirii'n III i M-eily i am. the wornt ciihc'd
nl lull rti;il mui Lxtinnii I'IIi h.
Wiinilliinil I'.iilin. A iiin lv Vi'fi'lnlile Itnlr Drenn-
liiii will t'T'ii irinHih nf iiuir unit remove all
iIIi-i'iiits n Hie hi iilji.
A full eli f. 1 1 1. i.,i, ,,f I l.i h. Medtctlii-n, Willi till
ineriiim li'Hliii.'iiiiilH, will lieliniiiil m (,iir Mniku
fieii'iiti Aliiimiue tnr imi, new riaulv, uml fur
iviinleil Vim) UY .MAIL!
In nil wiin m-ihI their iiililre in,l. dtlihiin llruwn
Ni. HI Oriiml tsl.,.lersiy(.liy, N,,l.
N. It.-AtrciiiH wnnlod. Semi for Mr-tlcnliiis,
A l l i I la iN .
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