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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
viRf homhim (Murom nomm.
urriOIiL PAPER CP CITY AND COUNTY
The purforniiini r of lrfibaborTa trans
lation of "La Koi Amuse" ia SU Peters
burg ha been Htotimd. It whs tbotigbt
by the Mthoritiea that jmstei-i at the
street corners wiiiounciiig that "tho
king was amuMiig himself' would lead
to belief tiiat he thought there was
something humorous about tho vain
plots of the nihilist.
A Philadelphia reporter has been
looking into the porliui made by ven
ders who sell tho coal to poor people
by tho pail. Ho carefully measured a
ton of coal and found it contains 168
pailfuls. The dealer charges eight
cent b pail, and the poor buyer thus
paws $18 44 for a ton. which can be
bought for $.x
fJernian colonists on the banks of tho
Volga, in llussia, aro in extreme des
titution, and a Si. Petersburg journal
publishes a pitiful account of their suf
ferings. Tho number of tho destitute
is stated at L'OO.iMH). and there are very
few well enough oil' to furnish even the
most meagre aid to their impoverished
neighbors. The HiiKsiau authorities do
nothing for their relief.
Antonio Ashley was found dead in his
bed in Oswego, and the physician who
made the post-mortem testified that his
leet had been poisoned by wearingcloth
slippers, llo h.-td been employed on a
steamer in the west, and wore cloth
slippers. His feel were often wet, and
the poison by which the carpet 4 were
colored "soaked ill through the cloth
and poisoned his feet.
In California the males formerly out
numbered the females very largely, but
this disproportion has been gradually
decreasing, and now the disparity is
comparatively small. According to tho
lat census, the population of the state,
exclusive of Chiiiesr, who arc nearly
all men, is TM'.UiHG, of which number
41.1,271 are males and .110.415 females.
London World: "Mr. Kdwin IJooth
performed a graceful tribute to the
memory of the late Mr. Sothern. Des
pite snow, wind and cold matters very
apt to afl'eel him seriously in his profes
sional work he left his hotel at six
o'clock in the morning, traveled to
Southampton, attended Mr. Sothern's
funeral, and was back again in London
in time to play at the Princess' Theatre."
The Oregon system of liquor licenses
is being urged for trial in Doiton. Un
der it the buyer not the seller, is obliged
to procure a license. Objection isinade
to tho plan on account of tho great
number of liecnson that would have to
. 1)0 issued and looked after, while friends
of the measure think it would debar
from the saloons many chronic drinkers
who have not the money and respectabil
ity to secure a license.
Pall Mall (Jnzvttn: "It appears that
the halftime system is to be tried in the
communal schools of Paris Tho tirst
experiment will be made this year in
certain schools, a sum of Utii.ootif. hav
ing been voted by the municipal coun
cil for tho purpose of opening work
chops. Fifty or sixty will be opened to
begin with, and if tho experiment suc
ceeds, tho system will be adopted by
every municipal school of the capital."
In Florida the value per acre of clear
ed land is li 48, and of timbered land
$3 0.'l. In Ixnisiana cleared land is
worth $14 .'16, and timbered land h..
In Texas cleared land is worth $8 DH,
and timbered land $i. In Arkansas
cleared land is valued at $1178, and
timbered land at $W4H. In Oregon
cleared land is worth f 21 71, and tim
bered $1 60. But in Nebraska cleared
Is worth $8 02, and timbered land $25 85
The Reno (Nev.) (Jrizrltc is respon
sible for the following statement: "The
earth has cracked open near Murphy's
salt marsh, making a long fissure four
feet wide and of depth unknown. With
a view to exploration, a man was tho
other day lowered into it by a rope a
distance of fifty feet perpendicularly,
where the crevice began to dip at an
angle of about 40 degroes. The ma;i
could soe no bottom, and thought he
had gone far enough, and was hauled
back to the surface."
The rector of llnft'ord, nearOrmskirk,
Lancashire, recently received a letter
written in pencil, and signed "Ameri-
cub, ' asking hint to warn the proper
authorities to watch carefully tho valua
ble jewelry of Lady Hesketh and tho
family plate of Sir Thomas Hesketh, at
Kuflbrd hall. The letter said that
diamonds were soon extracted and tho
gold speedily melted in tho crucible of
the London Jew. It gave a warning to
move all ladders from the neighborhood
of the hall, and to watch all means of
ingress while the family were dining,
Narrow-minded men, who have not a
thought beyond the sphere of their own
outlook, remind one of the Hindoo
maxim: "The snail sees nothing but his
own shell, and thinks it the grandest
palace in tho universe."
It is said that in winter in a Louisi
ana swamp millions of swallows feed
on a species of willow called by tho
French swallow trees. The French nnd
Creoles use the swallows in making
jubles, a preparation of rice and meat,
fish or game.
Montreal real estate was in ho liltlo
demand a year ago that it could only be
sold ut h Hac.rWws, but it is now in brisk
lemaml. Two auetioners disposed of
100,0)0 worth U actual buyers one
week recently, and apn.minentcapital
1st has just invested toO.OOO In build
A colored man named Isone Carter
and his daughter Celia, ot the Choctaw
nation, were drowned while attempting
to cross the Arkansas river at nigta to
, visit a relative living in the Chero
kee nation. They attempted to cross
tho liver in a kklu" after dark, and as
the river was rising and full of drift-wood
it is supposed that they ran Into a snag
or some drift-wood in the rapid current
and capsized. Their cries for help
were heard by several persons on shore,
. but before they could repair to tho
rescue the victims were swallowed up
v Mm waters
THE OBELISK'S STOET.
New Turk Times.
Lieut Commander (Sorringo, who liu
successfully brought the obelisk from
its Alexandrian home to our Central
Park, told the storv of this Kgyptian
monument before the New York Asso
ciation for the Advancement of Science
and Art, in tho lirick Church, at Fifth
avenue and Thirty-seventh street, re
cently. Thirty-live centuries have
passed, he said, since tho obelisk was
severed from its natural surroundings
by tho hand of man nnd wrought into
its present form. On the banks of the
Nile, about 050 miles from the sea, 1b
an immense mass of granite, known as
syenite, noted for its freedom from
cracks, veins, or foreign substances,
and the beautiful polish of which it is
susceptible. An obelisk now standing
at Heliopolis, five miles from Cairo,
takon from this quarry, was erectod
more than 4,000 years ago; and 4,000
years ago a priest quarried from this
place, and transported 600 miles a shaft
weighing 150 tons, which w;is so highly
polished that the polish still remains".
With all the science of our own day it
would tax the. most skillful workmen to
reproduce tho ligures cut upon that
abaft, and then give the surface such a
"On tho base of tho obelisk of Hala
son," continued the speaker, "it is re
corded that only seven months elapsed
from tho time she gave the order to
quarry the stone to the date of its final
completion. To me, this record means
that the ancient Egyptians were pos
sessed of mechanical appliances supe
rior to those in use at the present day.
By taking time enough, and employing
men enough, there is hardly a limit to
tho weight that can be moved, but in
tho creation, transportation, and erec
tion of an obelisk, tint number of men
is limited to comparatively a few, and I
am quite sure that there is no man liv
ing who would undertake in seven
months, at the penalty of his life, to
quarry, transport tiOO miles, meet, carve,
and polish a shaft 120 feet long, weigh
ing JoO tons, such as that of Queen liat
ason at Karuak. I dwell on this fact so
that you may realize that in spite of tbo
wonderful progress made in the me
chanical arts in this country wo are,
pel haps, only on tho very threshold of
the knowlcdgo possessed by the ancient
Egyptians thirty-live centuries ago. In
my opinion, an obelisk is simply tho
representation of the creative power; it
was unquestionably designed to stand
beforo a temple; tho proportions be
tween its height and that of tho wall or
pylon against which it was seen project
ed, were invariably such that from every
point of view thepyrarnidion of tho obe
lisk was seen above the top of the tem
ple. Obelisks were always erected in
pairs; unfortunately, we have but one,
and it is not reasonable to expect that
wo can get another one from Egypt; in
fact, I have good ground for assuring
you that there is not the least hope of
our getting another Egyptian obelisk
unless we can buy one from tho Euro
pean residents of Egypt. But I can see
no reason for not having another obe
lisk, cut out of the beautiful red granite
of Connecticut, and erected on a neigh
boring knoll, on which there could be
cut a nrief historical record."
lie had been requested, tho speaker
said, to write a detailed history of the
obelisk for publication in a school book,
but had declined. Ho then gave an ex
tended account of the hieroglyphics,
which have beforo been fully described,
and gavo some facts about Thothnies
HI., Kamcscs, Thebes, Memphis, and
Lucius Verus. "Tholhmes was enabled
to conquer Asia and exact tribute from
the most powerful Asiatic Kingdoms.
He built new temples and restored oth
ers that had been destroyed by the Asi
atic conquerors. Among the latter was
the Temple of On at Heliopolis. Before
that temple he erected a pair of obe
lisks, of which ours is one. 1 have a
model of that temple, which is as inter
esting as the obelisk itself. It is the
oldest model or plan in existence. It
was found at Heliopolis by an eminent
Oernian archicologist, who sold it to a
Californian, who sold his collection at
auction in this city, w here it was pur
chased for $00, during mv absence in
Egypt. I know of the existenco of this
exceptionally interesting object, nnd on
my return home promptly purchased it."
Uanicscs built a ship canal from tho
Mediterranean to the Bod Sea thirty
two centuries beforo M. do Lesseps wits
born. This canal lasted for more than
a thousand years, so it must, be consid
ered a success. Traces of it are still to
"There are good reasons for believ
ing that the exodus took place in t he
latter part of the reign of Barneses II.,
and that his were the hosts that were
swallowed up in the lied Sea while in
fmrsuit of tho fugitive Israelites. The
iiblical record does not state that tho
Pharaoh was drowned, and had ho been
drowned it certainly would have been
stated. Kings in those days, as in these,
did not lead tho van or their armies.
From an Egyptian standpoint there was
nothing more remarkable in the flight
of the Israelites than there would be to
day in tho sudden departure from one
of our Indian Agencies of a discontent
ed tribe, led by some ambitious Chief;
it would be a matter of considerable im
portance to the Indians, but of remote
interest to the inhabitants of tho sea
board. There is nothing startling in
the fact that the Israelites crossed dry
shod while the Egyptians wero drowned.
A combination of low spring tides, with
winds from certain directions, causes
tho waters of manv estuaries, and nota
bly those of the lied Sea, to How out
so as to leave dry passages across them;
this combination is generally followed
by a sudden and great riso of tho tide,
from which there is no escape.
"Cleopatra had nothing to do with
our obelisk. She died eight years beforo
it was removed by tho Romans from Heli
opolis to Alexandria, for, as you aro
doubtless awaro, tho Latin and Greek
inscription on tho claw of the copper
crab, found between it and its pedestal,
siaies mat it was ro-erccteu at Alexan
dria in tho eighth year of Augustus,
which corresponds to the twenty-third
year before Christ."
At the conclusion of tho lecture Dr.
Melton fixed the date of the completion
of the obelisk as 1M B. C, and argued
that it was begun by Thothmoa III., tho
l naraoh ot tho IsriMdites who was swal
lowed up by tho Rud Sea.
Out of every 100 inhabitants In the
United States 16 live la cities.
CAIHO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 16, 1881.
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Xieiy on mu fitigifiBi.
"Malt Bitters aro the best 'bitters.'"
"They promote sleep and allay nervous
ness." "Best liver ami kidney medicine we sell."
"They knock the 'chills' every time."
"Consumptive people gain flesh on them."
"Malt Bitters have no rivals in this
"Best thing for nursing mothers wo have."
"We like to recommend Malt Bitters."
New York and Boston Editors Amuae
Themselves About Chicago Babies.
Tho tirst thing a Chicago baby does
upon coming into the world is to swear
at tho doctor. .V. J'. Com. Adv.
We think the first thing ho does is to
ask tho price of hogs or tho latest quo
tations in the wheat market. JJostuti
You may be correct as to tho general
tone of the infant's remarks, although
we feel very suro that they are general
ly preceded by a little seasoning. As a
rule, tho first speech niado hy a Chica
go infant is, "Now, you can't pass any
bull-dozed milk bottles oil' on mo.
(limine the real thing or I'll sour mash
somebody's head," and ho generally
does. V. '. Vain. Aril).
M. Maspero, the eminent professor of
the College of France, has been ap
pointed by the Khedive successor to tho
late .Mnr'ietle Bey as director of the
Boulae museum and of Egyptian nroh
"When I publicly testified that I had
been cured of a terrible skin humor by the
Cuticura llcuicdics, 1 did so that others
might be cured, and do not retrrct the time
given to answering inquiries." Hon. Wil
liam Taylor, Boston.
Mr. George E. O'Hara, the live druggist
of the town, is always up to tho times and
ready to meet the demnnds of his many
customers. Ho has just received a supply
of that wonderful remedy that is astonish
ing the world by its marvelous cures. Dr.
King's New Discovery for consumption,
coughs, colds, asthma, bronchitis, hay
fever, phthisic, croup, whooping cough, tick
ling in the throat, loss of voice, hoarseness
or any affection of the throat and lungs.
This remedy positively Hires, as thousands
can testify. If you do not believe it call
at his drug store nnd get a trial bottle free
of cost or a regular size bottle for one dol
lar. As you value your liter, give it a trial
and be convinced, as thousands already
have been (4)
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marvel of the age for nil Neivo Diseases,
AITtits stopped free. Send to 931 Arch
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At Seventy-five cents per load.
At one dollar per load.
Tho " trimming" aro coarse shavings and make
me oesi puuimur woou lor coosing purposes as wen
as. the cheapest ever sold In Cairo. Kor black
smith's use Insetting tires, they aro miciiualled.
Leave your orders at the Tenth street wood yard.
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ANNUAL STATEMENT OF TIIE EQUIT
ABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY:
NEW YORK, JAN. 1st, 1881.
Assets, 811,108,602; an increase of
more than Three Million Dollars in
Surplus, $9,228,291; an increase of
One and Three-Quarter Millions of Dol
lars in 1880.
New Business, 835,170,805: an in
crease of Eight and a half Million Dol
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l)r. wry apJoW asru.ti I a I'k'ljaisl
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fee as aw. Ilk MtMl awseMsw)
To Nervous Null'eieiH -The drent KiiroitcKll Ret"
eilv Hi". J. H. SlltliK0irhSi.(.e, Jletliclllis
Dr. J. It. Minpsun's Upecllle .Medicine l u mihi.
live cure for Spermatorrhea, liniintcncy. Weakness
and all diseases resulting (rotu helf Ahiirit, a Ner
vous Debility, Irritability. Mental Anxiety. Languor,
Lassitude, flepression ofSplrltsand functional de
raiiircmciits of tho Nervous System t'cnerally I'ains
in IISCK Or BlOe, I.HSR HI m' mniuie win
Aire and disease
that lead to Con
ty and an early
crave, or both.
No matter how
system my l
from excesses of
i.i-J . -Iiorl
any kiioo . m.,
course of this niedlolue Mill restore the lost H'll
tlons and procure neaun aim Happiness, wncru
foro was tlespoMilency and clootii . 'I he Specitic
Wuillclno Is bclu used with wondurful "'t-
'"fatnphlels sent free to all. Write fur them nnd
oet full particulars,
I'rlco, Hpeclflc, fl.dOper pachat'e.or x t"l--ages
for $ri.m. Will he sent by mall on receipt ot
money. Address nil orders,
.1. H. SIMPSON'S MKDICINK CO.,
Nos. 11(4 snd Hl Main St.. llullalo, N. Y.
1 1 -w- r r Yourselves hy niiiklnu mou
II I J' I ley when a Kolden chance is
H 11 1 I I I oirrt.'cl, thereby always
I I I J 1.J 1. keeplup poverty from your
- door, Thoso who alwnys
lake advaninsn of the ftood
chances for making money that aro offered, teneriil
ly become wealthy, wlille those who do not Im
prove such chances remain In povorty. We want
many men, women, boys and Klrls to no work for us
right In their own localities, Tho hnslness will
Ray more than ten time ordluary wnires, We
irnlsh an c xpenaonslvo outlll end all Hint, yon
need free, No one who cnnues fall tn make
monoy rapldlv. Yon can devote yonr wholu time
to the work, or only your spare moments. Full
Information and all that Is needed sent free Ad
dress 8TINHON A CO.. Pitrtlund, Maine,
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