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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
j-JT. LOUIS, I. M. cfe SO. RY.
IKON MOUNTAIN ROU'lE.
TRAINS LEA VII C'AIU'l,
Arkansas and Texan Kxpre. 1115 a.m. Dully
AllKIVK AT C'AIHO.
Eiprc.. i:M.in. Dully
ArroiiinioilKtiuu H Miti in, Daily
Ticket ttfllce: No. 55 Ohio I.cvum.
11 11. MILbTKN, A;?ent.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
,t " rT1 7 T U Ti 1 1 1 " U
KlW . - ,
Shortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Only I-.ine Kunnin
0 DAILY TRAINS
Makino Direct Connkctio.v
EASTERN ' LINES.
Tiuisa I.kavi Coiio:
.'I: 1 f) it iii. Mail.
Arrlvtipln M. I.oiii. r a m . Chirno.o ' i m.;
Connect in;: M Odin an J hlMtiuteim for I iie.n
bati, l.oui.vlilc, IniliaMapull. anil point. Eir
1 1 n.m. Ht.I.ouiH ittul Wti'rii
ArrlviiiK In Hi. Louli ?:o.'i p. in., and c.M:' tiny
for ail polnia ct.
4:Igo i.in. l-'iiH Kx inK
iirSt Loth, ai d llii'e.M. arm-Inn aist. I.o'.Ib
U;(lp in., anj t Im i.'u i ..') a in
I UO J III. ( 'irn-iiiMi.ti i-'.x r-.is.
AitItii,; .t Clnclni.a'.l 7:i am.; I.oui.vilb- 7 )
a m.; J rolLnnpo.l. 4 i.i a.m. Pn-'i,;:cr ' v
tii i tfnin reach the a'.mf point. 1 :j t.i ,'ltj
IIOl'Rs lu adialice uf any iilin r route.
t-Tln- 4 :-Jf p. w. txpr.M ha. PULLMAN
Sl.EEl'IVO ( AR ( tiro lo ( r.cii.i.a'l. :il.mt
change., and through .U-rpert to St. J.oui. and
J,-,;st Timo Hast.
s.VI'11 CI'IV "'r'' ''''''
cll-i.M Il,t I i rn point, without any nVny
caused lir Sunday Intervening. Th- Saturday nf'i-r-
Bonn train fruui Cairo arrive. In new urk Moi.dav
rnorni'iK at Thirty-, ix hour, in advance u
an utiii'r rout"-.
tfrFor t h roiiif h tlr kn and further information,
app.ral lliinoi. Central Railroad I (. I . airn.
JAs. JOHNSON. J II JONES.
ien Southern Airi'tit. Tiric. t Airei.t
A. II LiANSuN.Oeu. Pa.., Atfent. Chicago.
.GKNTS To!,EI'1- tbiftln- ,M-t Va'u
WAN I'i'.lt bl bliiijlc Volume ;i-r'tiMii-d
C A KLETOX'S CON HEX E I)
A Wimi.ii of hwi r ik.e. rolli t d tuL'i tln r Id
One Vu.iinK-. conlainini; ov.-r ii, i liKreiiF.M i to
!hc nnt Inijiurtant inatu tr uf In'i r'-ct in tin' vrnrld.
Thi tno.t Inli-ri-p'tini: Mid n fu 1 hiM,k i-it rrn-Juli-d.
cini-rlnL' ainin.t tin- i iiiin- tii-! I of l.-nrni I. u.
A lari!L' h:ir4lniij4 ntnt vnltjint, M" tuvi''. iri
fu.isy i:iutrnt l'ti . fl.vi. Jti-t .n nii-li.i,
and tiw in lt n'V.'ntrt nih tditinn. 'Iiik "M t
H'xiK nrii' kiii Siirr inn n tn evity Atul
wlmtaki It bold only liy .uli-i ription.
Tlr Miphlng to brrini Aci iitH, addrcfa f'ir
Ii nrriptlM' ('Irr'ilar. ;ind extra t. rtno.
G. V. t'A KI.KTUN A ( ()., I"u I.liftiri. N Y ny.
SCIENCE vs. El'ILETSY!
A I.EAniN(i l.dNHON I'llYSKIAN TAIi
LIIIKS AN KKI K IN N KV VOliK rUK
HIE I'L UK tiF EriI.El'JU' KITS.
i From Am. Juiirnal o! Midlrlnu.)
I)r. Ati. Mi'it.Tol ilnte f London i, lin ninkic a
JlMTlnity of Kinli'pfV. hni- H nm.t tlotilit tri utxl
andcun d nmrf i aci iittian any iiilu r Inini; divi
clan, llm nucroa haa almidf Ih'i'U aatimiplniit.';
we have hi nrd of nun c of uiT '.II vinr-' Maudlin?.
niccpc-fullyruri.il l,v him. lie han pntiliMnd n
valuahli- work on thiV ii l--nnf. wlilch In- amla lih
larci' liottlc of din wondi rtul can- fn in mv
putlVrorvihoniay u nit thflr rxpri pe and I'. (i. ail-drt-c.
Wc aihii' niiMini' itiiiit.' a run- to :
d raa Dr. AU. SI KsEIidi.E, No. ii .lohn M., Nrw
$0AI'EK.1()MI (iV'AKANTEEl). Wi- will
-JJ pav tin- aUni- Alnrv to i njiatiU- find n lin
ble mi-ii ttho win piTiiiuiM'iitiv rl hh our Imal
l-fiila lui'Hi h i-ouniy .u the 'I'nili'd Stati i' and
Canada, or thi y inn, ir t.j. rh,,,,,,., wr( tm.
mlnnlon. Willi ndialilr partlrn we ill colitnut
by thfyt-ar pr tfrm of y. ar. v,. m fru unuy
party nn aiiliii; Ihimiii'hk campl,.,. fur ti'i;iMi ri,
blaiikn and circular, with our rnt-p in.d tiTiim. on
receipt of $i we am not H. llin,. Mimpli n. hut
want active au'i ntu at once. Tllf U WKII
I M I' H El) M E 111 II AMI I. E AuK N t y t (V
HprliiKtleld, Mbhk. hMiilillclit-d Ki linmrv, l'.
PLAYS! PLAYS! I'LAYS! PLAYS!
For Hcailliitf t'liilm. for Amaleiir 1 hcntrlciilM
Teinperai i I'lnyf. Uruwlnir Hooin l'H. , ,, i
l'laya, Kthlotiliin l'lay-. t.ulde llookK. Viw'ri
I'aiitotnlmi'K, 1'Hhli anx Mclita. MnuiieMiiii, j tllt'
Colored Klre, Burnt I'oik.'i lienlrlcal Km,, i',,.,,.'
ratlonn, Jarlev'a Wax Work, Heard. Hnri
MuiiKtiicliea at reduced price.. t'liHluineH.Sceiierr
Charade.. New catalouiie. fent free contiilniiij
full de.crlptlon and price.. SvMt Ki, Kuknch a
bos, :W K. Hih Street, New York.
A Y K A It and expense to
aueiit.. Outfit free Addre... 1'
O. VICKEHV, AiikiiMh. Maine
Ymill( AlplI I'1','rn Telermphv! Earn Jm
VMlll i'lCll to Jim) a month, (irailuate.
KuarantPed payltiir ollices. Aildrens Valentine
llroa., Jaiieavllle, WIh.
NfWHpHper AlvTtlslng Hiirrnu.l(lSiruc'Si.N.Y
, Outfit luriil.lied ireo, with full In-
latriictton. for coudHctlnif tliu moat
rontnhlebu.ltii'Hf that imy onu cim
u"K in. 'rue Dit.lne.. i. an va.y
leiiril. anil i.nP limtpiinll.iHH nr.. mn
i i ' ; 'hat any one ran
mako urea profit. fr,n ,, , N (f f
who Is will Iiik to work. Women are a. aiiccea.rul
m men. Hoy. and Klrl. can earn larun .uni..
Many have made at tliu bu.lne.. over one htindred
dollar. )., a alt.ll week. No.hln,, hie l ev '
known before. All who 'iKni are .urnrl.d hi thn
eaae and rapidity with which theyXle torn , e
money, You can ennniin In tin. htmlne.. riurliic
four .pare time at ureal profit. Yo u, ,,,,1 i.V(, .,,
Inve.t'capltal In it We tak all tl,0 ri"k Thole
who need ready money, .hould wtlre to ua t i,,.n
AM furnl.hed (tov. Addrea. TKL'K co.,. Ab
Mayor N.B. Thiatlewood.
TmaHUrer Edward Dexoula.
Clerk- Dennl.. J, Foley.
Co(in.lor--Wui. 11. (ilfliert.
Marahal J. II. Uoliiij.ou,
Attorney William lleudrlck.
Buiiiu or Ai.Diuain.
Kirat Ward M. J Ilowlev. I'eter Utao.
Second Ward David T. Llneiiar. Je..e Illnkle
l him w ani-K(?,iiert Smith, B. r, Ulake.
Fourth Ward -Charlea 0. I'atlur, Adolpb Swo
r ifik Ward-T. W. Hallldav, Erne.t B. Pettlt.
Circuit Juil'c-D. J, Baker.
Circuit Cli-rk-A. II. Irvin.
County J udt'eH. S. Yocum.
County Clerk-S. J. Humm.
ounty Atlornny J. M. Damron.
County Trea.urer Mllet W. I'arker.
Coroner- It. Fitzt'eraiii.
County Coinmli'.loiier. T, W, Ilalllday, J.
M. (iibba, Samuel liriley.
' ENEItAL DELIVEHY open :m a. m.; eloae
J fj;;io p in. ; Sunday: S to V a. m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m. ; doica
i. :i p. III.
Through ExprcM Maila via Illlnoia Central 3:W
M ja.lcljipl Central Itallroad. clo.e at 9 p. m.
Cuiro and Toplar Bluff Through and Way Mall
iiuii ' ai i p. in,
tt'ay Mall via IlllnoU Central. Cairo and Vln
:ei!in and Ml.a...ipp Central Itallroada done at
:n p. in.
Nv'ay Vail fjr Narrow (iauge Itallroad clonct at
:') i. in.
Cairo ai.d Evan.ville Hlver RouW clo.ea at 2:S0
p. m. di'.iv (except Fridayi.
t KKICAN M E -Fourteenth .treet. between
a Walnut and Cedar .trei-tn: i?mce. Sabbath 11
. in and 7::yip. in.; suinlay school l:aup. m.
C'llKISTlAN-Elfliteenth .trect; meeting Sab
bath lo ::jo p. in ; prea bint; occaMonally.
plICKCH OF THE KEDEEMKK (Episcopal)
y rourwntn .treet; sumlav Monitni! pravera
I'l.' a. in ; tveiunt' prayer..":! p. m.; Sunday
ciiool y::w a. m. rnday eveDlng prayer 7: p. in.
LMKST MISSIONAHY BAPTIST CHCKCH
1 1'n ai Ijiiil' at ln.:i a. m., H p. m , and 7::i p. m.
a:itiath bool at 7::v) p. tu. Kev. T. J. Short
f ITHF.ItAN-Tbirt.eiith atreet: .crvun Sab
1j ah 1 :vi a m. ; Sunday hool 2 p m. her.
METHODIST -Cor. Eik'htb and Walnut MreeU
l'ri ai hhii; Sabbath lo:.i a m. and 7 p.m.;
I'rv.yr meeiln. Wedneaday 7::io p. m.; Sunday
c:iooi, m in. jt. T,
-Eii;btb .treet; preachine on
1 Sabbath at 11 :) a.
rueetini! Wednerulav at
ki. and 7::i p. m. ; prayer
it . p. m. ntv. ii. i . lieorie. paMor
nty. in.; z?unuay ncnooi
w'ECONI) FREE-WILL BAITIST - FlfteetUi
O uri-et. lietw.-. n W a. nut and Cedar atreeta, aer
nee. Sabbath at i and 7 :Ji p. m.
V T. JOi-EI'H'S-iKoinau Catholic) Corner Croat
O and Walnut .treet.; .irvice. Sabbath 10:la.
ii. : Sunday S. bixil al i p. m. ; Ve.pera i p. m. ; ter
ute. every day at B p. m.
CT. I'ATKD K'S -Jiioman Catholic) Corner Ninth
Mr. et ami aMiuiL'toii avenue: aervice. Sab
naih 6 and 1 " a in ; Ye. per. : p. m. ; Sunday School
t p. m. .erv.ci every day al B p. nj. Rev. M:isUToll
rOIAN - CHItlsTlAN TEMl'EKANCE l"N
ION. huid il regular weekly meetingi lu
i:ie na.i ol trie Cairo temperance Reform Club, ev
ery 'Iburaday afternoon, at 3::i u'clock. Every-
tie iy i invited lo a'.leml
QEOliGK II. I.LAC1I, M. I).,
PliYsii'ian and Surgeon.
Sp-c:al attention (laid to the Homeopathic treat
ineut of mr :cal di.ea-e. and diaea.e. of women
aud i tiiliip-u.
office: No. o Eighth itreet, near Commercial
ivi-tme, Cairo, Iii..
)K- E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Umi-'I No l.V, Coltlinerrihl ivntin knturAATi
Eihtu and Ninth street
W. C. .KK'ELYN,
i) j;n ti st.
(iFFU'E-Eifhtk Street, near Commercial Avenue.
(iltOCEUIES, HOOTS ANDSHOES.
THE liOSTON STORE
ST A IM ,1 : unci FANCY
PniYisiims, Groen, Dried mid Cannrd
Fruits, (iit't'iis, (Muss Wood
HOOTS and SHOES
The Rest Rrand of Flour
always on baud.
N. it. Country Produce taken,
Cor. WaMiinntou Ave. aud Tenth St.
t'AlKO, : : : : ILLINOIS.
IIE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. HALLIDAY, Pre.ldent
II. L. HALLIDAY Vice P "idunt
THUS. W. HALLIDAY, Caahler U
I. RTAaTH TATIIB, w. P. R AM.IDA V.
UHNRY t. HALI.IIHV, H. II, CUHNlNPHiM
. D. WlU.lAltHON, "TII'UEN BIIID
II. II. CANtlKl.
Exchange, Coin and United States JjondJ
BOUOUT AND BOLD.
conaucted""0"'1""1 n1 gcner1 tanl1111 bnlwn
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY
STOVES AND TINWARE.
ALL SOIiTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPI'EK & SHEET-IKON WARE
ALL KINDS OK ,1011 WORK DONE TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo. - Illinois
- 2 "s K
XEW YORK STOKE,
WIIOELSALE AN I) RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX TilK CITY.
GOODS SOLI) VEItY CLOSE
C. O. PATIER & CO.,
Cor, Nineteenth itreet
:l Cairo, 111.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROlT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads? a Specialty.
o f i c: k :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
Summer "Wood and Kindling;
couatantlr on hana
At Seventy-five cents per load.
At one dollar per load.
Tho "tr!mmlni:."are cnar.e .havtni?. and make
thche.t .umtner wood forcookinu' pnrpoM'.a. well
a. the cheape.t ever .old in Cairo. F'or black
mlth'a u.e in .ettlne tire., they arc unequalled.
Leave your orders at the Tenth atreet wood yard.
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE W&n STATES.
On and after Monday, June 7th, and until lurthcr
notice the furrybont will make trip, m follow h;
LtAVEk LKAVKH LKAVRR
Foat Fourth d. Mlfwourl I,nnd'. Kentucky Ld'g.
8:(to a. m.
R:3o a. m,
2:8il p. m.
H a, m.
tM p, in.
8 p. m
To Nervous SuflVrvra-Tlie Itreat KtiropcMii Ret-edv-Hr.
.1. H. Slmiison'aSpiM'illr Meillclm'.
Dr. J. B. SlmpKon'i Speclllr Medicine 1. a puni
tive cure for Spermatorrhea, Im potency, Wenkne.a
and all dl.eii.e. reanltltiK from Self-Ahti.e. a Ner
von. Debllltv, Irritability, Mental Anxiety. Languor,
I.aH.ltude, IleprecKiou of Spirit, and functional de
ranitemeut. of the Nervou. Sy.lem irenerallv Pain"
In Hack or Hide, I.o. of Memorv. Pretiniiure oiu
Aco and dt.ea.ea
that lead to Con
ty and an early
Krnve, or both,
No matter how
ayalem may be
from exre.gr. of
any kind, a abort
cotir.o of thla tnodlelne will re.toru Hie lout luiic
tlona and nrocttre health ami tninnlne... where be'
fnro wa di'.piiuilency and nlooui. The Speclllc
Meillclno a helnn ueed with wonderful 0
ceri. VmPnI",,,"'ntf"uotoall. Writufor them and
Ret flill particular..
I rlco, HpeclBc. Il.tiopvr packairo. or Hx pack
aKea for ym. YNlu be.ent by mall ou receipt of
HloiMiT. Addrea. nil order., ft
.1. B. SIMPSON'S MKPICTNK CO.,
104 and iu Malu Bt.. Buffalo, M. Y.
RICH DISCOVERY OK LEAD ORE ILLINOIS
J.N THE CABINET.
Galena, III., February 8, 1881. -Some
parties while enaed in During a well here
to the depth of 150 feet passed through a
Bolid vein of lead ore twenty-five feet thick.
Heretofore the mines have not been worked
to any great depth, but this discovery has
created a new interest in the production of
lead, and so soon as the winter breaks up
there will be more active operations in the
mines tlun for ten years previous.
Neither have our people lost interest in
the afluirsofthe nation. The Daily Gazette,
of this evening, contains a spirited article
strongly favoring Gen. Gre.-n li. Raum fi r
a seat in Gen. Garfield's cabinet.
Safe In Alton Slouirli.
Alton, 111., February 10.--The river has
risen lour feet at this point in the last
twenty-fi.uf hours and is still coming up
rapidly. The gorge above tho city broke
last night and moved down a few hundred
feet and became stationary until this alter,
when the ice both above and below the city
began to move, but as it has now gorged
again there is very little current owing to
back water from the Missouri, otherwise
the harbor would have been clear before
this. The steamers Minneapolis, Minnesota,
Red Wing and Northwestern are all safe
in Alton slough. The 15 ild Eagle has had
steam up to day at her moorings opposite
Twenty Years u SuiTerer.
Dr. R. V. Pierce:
Dear Sir Twenty years ago I was ship
wrecked on the Atlantic ocean, and the
cold and exposure cuu.-td a large abscess to
form on each leg, which kept continually
discharging. Alter spending hundred ol
dollars, with no benefit, I was persuaded to
try your Golden Medical Discovery, and
now, in less than three months after takmir
the first bottle, I am thankful to sav I am
completely cured, and for the first time in
ten years can put my left heel to the
ground. I an, sir, yours respectfully.
87 Jefferson Street, Buffalo, N. Y.
We are strongly disposed to regard that
person as the best physician who does
most to alleviate human suffering. Judged
from this standard, Mrs. Lydia E. Pink
ham, 2:13 Western avenue, Lynn, Mass., is
entitled to the front rank, for" her Vegeta
ble Compound is daily working wonderful
cures in female diseases. Send for circular
to the above address.
A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY.
For the speedy cure of consumption and
all disea.-es that lead 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, and 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 leading physicians
recommend and use it in their practice.
The formula froin which it is prepared is
highly recommended by till medical jour
nals. The clergy and the press have com
plimented it in the most glowing terms.
Go to jour druggist and get a trial bottle
free of cost, or a regular size for $1. For
sale by Geo. E. (1'IIara. Druggist, Cairo,
Dr. K'ine's Great Nerve Restorer is the
matvel of the age fur all Nerve Diseases,
All fits stopped free. Send lo Arch
street, Philadelphia, lYnn.
Carter's Little Liver Pills never fails .
cure sick headache, often the very first dose.
This is what is said by nil w ho try tin in,
Neer, no Never.
An exchange says I'lyses S.Grant will
never be emperor, but will always stand
high in the hearts of his countrymen, occu
pying the position that Spring Blossom
holds, in curing sick Headache, Bilious
ness, Indigestion, etc. Price 50 cents, trial
bottles 111 cents.
H. E. Hoixii:, Cambridge, Mich., savs:
I have been ntllictcd with Asthma lor years,
nn "Only Lung Pad'' gave me immediate
relief. I can recommend it as the greatest
remedy ever produced. Sec Adv.
lMamiuiils at Saratoga.
Before I ITt Saratoga I was told
that the diamonds which were worn
by the wife of I he Mexican General
were once llie properly ol' the unfor
tunate Cnrloiia. Tl'i" (ieneral had
coiimniuil el' the baiialioii which shot
M ixiiniliaii, and he g ivo llie (at il or
der. Tliu diamonds are magnificent
enough to have belonged to the iiii
foi'tiiuale Kiiipif-s an I unhappy wife,
so thai they were looked at Willi yie:it
interest by those who heard their his.
lory. Tho heroine- of tho diamond
wedding was also there Madame. Ovel
da, ucc Miss It irilell.
Wafer vs. Steam Power.
The low slain of the water nt Ro'or
nl d ices in the New England States
luring September and ( Mobcr caused
serious f ii u i i li. The mills were shut
down uijhts in Lawrence ami llolvoke,
find it MVime I to he only a tjuestioii of
linn) when every largo mill would
haves to use auxiliary' power in tho
Nliapo of boilers nud'eugintH. Willi
the present iuipi'ovoiiienls in low cost
high siired engines and boilers sel to
Inini cheii) fuel, it Is no doubtyiioro
economical t0 ,S0 8toam than water
In tub caso of a lady of his congregation
who had been bed -ridden with rheumatism
for seventeen years tho Rev. F, W. Buch
liolz, Waseca, Minn., advised tliu use of St.
Jacobs Oil. Hho imed tho oil for three duys,
and was ablo to lcavo hor bed.
It Is always worth the trouble In a
large library to Dike down tho vol
umes when dusting and examine for
worms. A mild solution of carbolic
acid, one part of acid to forty parts
of water, is a valuable veriiiii'ugo to
inject into tho cracks of the wood
work. Two stations for scientific and bos
jiital purpo-es are to be established
by the French section of the Interna
tional Atricaii association. Ouo of
them is to be at ();is-a ;ara, nude:' tho
direction of (.'apt. Bloyef, and the
other on some tributary of theOgooiie
river, near the French colony of tho
Gaboon, under the charge of M. Mig
on. It sccuis t'cit. Victim is exporting
large numbers of false tunpioise.s,
clo-ely resembling genuine ones. Tho
backs of every specimen are peeked
out and the holes filled with a bhe k
cement to imitate the matrix of La
Vielle Ku' he. The spurious are a
little lighter than the real turquoises,
but the specific gravity testis not to
be relied upon. An expert in gems
advi.-es purehaiera to scrape oil" tho
matrix, and if the s;ieciineii is spuri
ous the artificial perforations will be
A mixture of sulphur and grease
lias been in use for some lime as a lub
ricant lor the bearings of heavy shaft
ing. Sulphur alone, as is well' known
has the eil'ect, when properiy intro
duce I, of cooling a hot bearing. But
why sulphur .should so net lias not
been well understood. Vou lleercu
oilers this explanation : Fine metall.c
dust is formed when a journal be
comes hot, and this dust combining
with the sulphur, pro luces a soft ami
greasy compound of a decidedly auti
How closely Japan is following in
the footsteps of the west may be seen
in tho fact that tho Japanese work
men have adopted a Ira ics-unioii ss
tein, which they wiil find by and 'by
is not altogether so good a thing us
they suppose. In their lirst stugglo
with their employers, in the province
of Mino, when: lice has risen in price,
a rise cf wages was obtained, so that
a carpenter w ho was paid twenly-livo
sen now gels thirty sen, and llie "labor
er who ws paid aixteon sen, 6ix rin,
now gets twenty sen.
It seems that the introduction 0f
magnets into the great grain mills of
the west lias fulfilled the highest ex
pectations of llioe i ho couiplaine i of
wire in wheal. Not only have th-j
magnets captured all tho stray pieces
of iron bands, and thus removed tho
last and only objection urged agiinst
wire-banding harvesters, but they
liave reveale I the singular fact thai,
of tho scraps of iron and steel which
find their way to the mills mixed
with wheat, fully one-half are some
thing besides pieces of wire, aud a
larger propoi tion of those are of such
a nature as to be even more dangerous
to mill machinery. The magnets
gather every thin,' of this kind with
Maj. Majendi, in speaking of tho
ignition ol gunpowder by simple
percussion, says: "There is ample
testimony that gunpowder can be ex
ploded by a blow with comparative
ease, the fact being tnat the leiupera
ture at which gunpowder explodes
(about .VlO degrees lo olio degrees) is
readily reached by percussion or trie,
lion if tlic powwer Im so id iced that
tlie.e is no a
1,11011 ol i lie energy
by the cushioning of
tln teini T.itu.'e is a
that al u i i iili in' ii Ik
the blow, that
u : way within
ma ,e to give
much ex peri-
out sparks. I
emo of i his
1 made. The ;
great. I hi ii
' for voiing
llieil to .".Volo, Whatever tools liiey
Use, even woo len tools, is the exercise
ol lorce i.evon l what is
necessary or d.sisier may I
A Daughter Rescued.
A Frankfort (h'y.) physician writes:
Some months ago the daughter ot one of
our prominent iti.ens was pronounced u
hopeless consumptive. She was very much
reduced in flesh; terrible cough, lier life
gradually wasting away. I recommended
her to use "Dr. Swayne's Compound Syrup
f Wild Cherry," "wliich she did. In a
short time she was lice from all cough and
othtr symptoms, and is now rosy and
healthy. Price -'") cents and $1 a buttle or
li bottles ?. llie large size is the most
economical. Prepared only by Dr. Swayne
V. Son, Philadelphia. Sold by druggiMs.
An occasional dose of "Swayne's Pills"
should be taken to keep the bowels free.
They are excellent for torpid liver and hi,
ions complaints. Sold by nil the Cairo
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth If so, go nt once and get a Imttloof
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,
and give rest to the mother, and relief m,d
health to the child, operating like nitigie.
It is perfectly sale to use in all cases, iind
pleasant to the lrtste, nnd is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in tho United States.
Sold everywhere, 'i't cents a bottle.
If you want to get rid of pimples, boils,
tetter, &c, use 'Lindsey's Blood Searcher."
Sold by ull druggists.
Sittinif Up Klffhtu,
Mrs. H. II. Perkins, Creek Centre, War-
u., xx. i writes: She has been
troubled with Asthma for four years had
to sit up night after night with if, slio has
taken two lot tlo of Dr. Thomas' Kelectric
Oil, and is perfectly cured. Slid strongly
recommends it, mid wishes to act as agent
among her neighbors.
NEW SERIES NO. 193
Steel Plates for Ship Building.
Notwithstanding the Utile Hurry
brought about by tho failure of the
plates of the C'ir's yacht Lividia, and
the subsequent replae'ng of the ten
shells by steel, tho contract for a newr
ocean Meanier of C.OUO tons, to be built
entirely of sieel in her bull, and to
have sieel boilers, has been recently
placed. We also notice that a con
tract for a new steamer has been com
pleted, and a steamer launched of Ihoo
tons upward, nt Hartlepool, England,
which was constructed entirely of
steel plates. The boiler makers about
Boston report the receipt of more or
der! for boilers to be built of Ben.oii
steel, than ever before, and ouo of tho
sicaui healing companies which is ar
ranging in a neighboring city to go
into active operation, has given their
order for twelve Benzon steel boilers,
horizontal, tubular pattern, to carry
one hundred pounds of steim.
A Prlnee and an Heiress.
Prince Roland Bonaparte, by his
marriage with tho youngest daughter
of M. Blanc's widow, will become (if
he does marry her) the richest mem
ber of his family, after Prince Jerome.
Mine. Bl iuc was the chief purchaser
of the late S in Donato sale, and now
she has just paid ililg.DOo ',.r ihe estato
of Sail Douaio itelf, tvuh the chateau,
wliich arc to fo settled on her future
son-in-law. As tho estate of San Do
nato is one of those that confer tho
tiile of prim e on its owner, all doubt
as to the right of Prince Pierre's son
to call himself "Pr'uv:e Roland'' will
bo removed; but praeui: illy, accord
ing to French law, ''Sub-Lieutenant
R, Bonaparte," us he is called in llie
Army List, has every right to wear
the same title as his father.
The truth about Prince Roland's
position is this: lu lSoU his father
was informally married before a Cath
olic priest at ilorges, yi the Swiss can
ton of Valid, to Mdlle. Ritlin, a seam
stress, daughter of a Parisian lock
smith. As Napoleon III. had not given
his consent, it was invalid in France;
but Prince Pierre, having set his heart
on contracting a legal marriage, re
paired in lvid to the d roily named
town of Lacuisiiie, in the Grand Duchy
of Luxembourg, and there got mar
ried, both civilly and religiously.
Tli is second marriage having been an
nulled at the Emperor's request, ow
ing to some irregularity in tne publi
caiion of banns, Prince Pierre had to
wait until the fall of the empire be
fore he could get married again. On
the 11th of November, 1S.71, he was
married regularly at tho Legation of
Brussels, and immediately afterward
performed all the legal formalities re
qusite in Franco for iho "recognition"
of his two children. Consequently
these children would now be legiti
mate in French law, even if their
father hud not been married before
1S71. A merciful provision iu tho
French code stipulates that when a
father recognizes his offspring as his
children by the woman to whom ho
has been married, these children shall
be accounted legitimate, as if they had
been born in wedlock.
Prince Roland Bonanarte will get
twenty million francs "beside the es
tate of San Donato by bis marriago
with Mdlle. Marie Blanc. Mine.
lJlauc has but twochildren, both girls,
and the eldest is unmarried. Mdlle.
Mario is is. The lato M. Rhine, who
used to bu a clerk iu the bank of M.
Latitte, in Paris, made his immense
lorluiie entirely out of the gaming ta
bles al Monaco. By his contract with
Floivsian I., the late Prince, and at
lerward with Charles 111., the present
sovereign, ho was bound to delray all
the civil and niililaryA'Xponscs iuciiiu
beiilou Monaco; to pive and light
the streets; clothe, fee I, and pay tho t
l'rimv's body-guard of tony men
(who were always splendidly dressed
iu lighiblue with scarlet facings), and
to allow the Prince of .Monaco I ln,U00
a year. M. Ulauo not only did all
this, bul of his own free will paid tho
debts of the Duke do Vaioniinois, tho
Prince's heir, on occasion uf his mar
riago with Lady Mary Jlamilioii.
awi - -
Aliiiniiils in California.
Almonds have been raise,! for years
iu California, and could, doubtless, bo
raised iu oilier Staies with a mild cli
mate if the al tempt should be made
wiih intelligence ami persistency, i
is strange ih.it the almond is not more
whldy cultivated iu this country, for
it is u profitable crop, iind weanuually
import large qoaniiiies from the
Southern Stales of Europe. A native
of the East and Africa, especially of
Harbary, the live from uouly to
Ihirtylivi hiji, now gro a s complete
ly wild throughout Souihein Europe,
In Northern Germany and lirit.iiu, it
is planted lor ils beautiful llowers,
produced most pleniiiully, and resem
bling those of the neaeli iu lorni ami
color, but generally paler, sometimes
even while. The ilowers precede the
leaves, and add much to shrubberie
iu March and April. Even when
frosts kill the genu of the fruit the
flower is not affected. The almond
has numerous varieties, but the prin
cipal kinds known to commerce uro
the bitter and the sweet. Much as the
latter is ued lor dessert, it contains
very liulo nourishment, mid of all
nuts is one of the most difficult of di
gestion. Tho almond is pressed for
oil, and employed variously iu tho
household, tho bitter eoutiiiiiiiijf less
fixed oil than the sweetalmoiid. The
bitter almond is strongly narcotic, de
rived from llie presence of hydrocy
anic acid, and said to act as poison on
dogs and some of the final Icr animals,
lis distilled water is very deleterious
to man, and laken in a largo dose,
will cause almost Instantaneous doalu.
Four young women have ctiicrod
tho freshman class of Coleman uulver
aity lu Maino-ihi'oo in the regular
eoursoaud one in secial course.
This makes tho total number of fcimto
students ten iu the regular course and
two hi special courses.