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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
nni eumxtxe (owutt iiciniti,
rrioUL rArERor city anucointt
The ton jiliintit grown hy Count
d'Ainigoon Iiim-nliiti) iii'kt Messina, pro
lines letivos which tun milil to bo an p m mI
n tlioso of tho plants ruined in C-'liiim.
Thorn is to bo a HyNtomutiit attempt now
inadu to prow the tea on ft commercial
A Mr. St (rtiore Lhiiu Fox has been
working on tin electric lamp on t ho
eaiuo principle a Mr. Edison's, and it
would acoiu from a report of a private
exhibition of the elliciewy of this lamp
that Mr. Fox has been very successful.
The test were made, at the otllecof llio
British Kleetrio AUt compatiy, Lon
don. It is claimed that the Fox in
randeHeent lamp will lust for y',ars if
snbjeeled "to ordinary average use."
The largest torpedo-boat in existence
has lately been launched at (Jojion
linden. She is called the Nordenskjold,
and measures 2 IS feet in length and 4'2
feet in breadth. Her displacement is
estimated nt -',7(hj tons. With engines
of Mmrse power, it is expected she
will Hail at the rate, of fifteen miles an
hour. Her armor is of steel, and i
four inches thick. She is to carry tho
heaviest biecch-loadinj; Krunp gun ever
borne, by any ship of war in tho Haltic.
A material which has been proposed
lor the filtering and decolorizing of
sugar and other substances consists of
di iedor baked granulated clay mixed
with blood in tho proportion of three
parts of clay to four of blood. Some
times vegetable charcoal is addod. The
mixture is molded into lumps of any con
venient form, dticd, broken into small
pieces, mixed with an eijua! bulk of
gianulated clay, and after having been
carlMMiizod in a retort, carefully
screened. Tho screenings are said to
answer admirably the purposo for which
they are designed.
Sonin French physicists contend that
tho musical notes produced by Prof.
lell in disks of mica, india-rubber,
metal, and wood, by holding kthom in
the path of a rapidly interrupted beam
of light, are really due to heat and not
to light Even a date of copper heated
to bright red produced very distinct
musical notes, which died gradually
away as the plate cooled to a dull red.
Disks coated with silver on the side ex
posed to the ray gave very feeble sounds,
but when coated with lamp-black the
sounds were strong.
Mr. Gowcr's form of the IV11 tele
phone has been adopted by the British
postolHee authorities, who havo given
an order for twenty thousand of the in
struments. It has been tried on the
Southwestern railway, England, with
much satisfaction in communicating
with the signal cabins on different sec
tions of the line. The telephones were
simply connected between the existing
wire for working tho "block" system
and the "earth." Conversation waa
then distinctly carried on without inter
fering in the least with tho ordinary
6i'nals. It was interesting to hear
through the telephone the sound of the
train Tuelf leaving the distaut station at
the same time as the strokes of the sig
nal bell announced the departure.
An interesting analysis of the various
modes of sensibility of tho visual ap
paratus, the London Timet reports, has
been made by Mr. Chambers. He has
been experimenting by looking in dark
ness at an opaque screen in which was
perforated three or four minute holes,
quite near each other, but distinguisha
ble when a medium light shone through.
Light wtu) raised from zero on the other
side; it was sometimes colored. The
order of phenomena was proved to be
tins: The first action of light entering
the eye in very small quantity is in all
cases merely to produce a diffuse lumin
ous seiisntion not dill' 'rentiated either
as to color or as to form; with a greater
quantity one gels the notion of color,
if there be color in t'iR light; ami still
more light is required to be able to
resolve the luminous object into its
different elements. Luminous sensibil
ity is the inot simple reaction; then
gimes chromatic sensibility, by which
we distinguish color, and lastly, what
the author terms visual sensibility, by
which we distinguish form.
No Laud on which the Sun Shines
Possesses greater natural advantages than
our own, but there are portions of the great
grain-bearing West and fertile South
where atmospheric influences prejudicial to
health militate nguitiht them, in some de
gree, as places of resilience. Heavy rttiti
falls and the overtlow of great rivers,
which upon their subsidence leave dunk
vegetation exposed to the rajs of tho sun,
there beget nuiluriiil fevers, and there also
the inlmbititnts are periodically obliged to
use some medicinal safeguard against the
scourge. The most popular is llostettcr's
Stomach Hitters, a preventive that has for
over a quarter of a century afforded reliable
protection to those whom experience in the
futility of ordinary remedies for (ever and
atjtie, has taught to substitute for them.
Whether intermittent or remittent, mias
matic fevers are conquered and averted by
this superb anti-periodic and fortifying
medicine as they are by no other prepara
tion in use. Use it, and abandon impuro
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with the exorucisting pain of cutting
twitht If so, ko at once and get a bottle of
Mr. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
ru.-ve the poor little nutW immediately
-rtciiond u,K)n it; there is no mistake
aiKiut it. ri.ere is not & mother on earth
who 1ms ever user! it, who will u4 tell you
at once that it will reflate tho bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, otmtiiitr likn nun,
It is perfectly sate to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States.
Sold everywhere. 25 cents a bottle.
Eugene Ckohs, Swan Street, Buffalo,
writes: I hve used Spring Blossom lor
DvHDcDsia and Indiirestion, and havo found
it to act admirably as a gtintle Aperient
and Blood Purifier. I consider it une
qualed,"ou ari at liberty to use my name
- . T", ' . . AW r. A n M .1.
as a reierence. ' meet ;
$1., CO cents,
and trial bottles 10 cents
TEE LEVEL CROSSING.
I don't mind talking about it now,
though the time was I couldn't speak
of It without a big lump coining in my
We hadn't boon married long, Jano
and I, when it happened. June was a
trim, bright-eyud slip of a girl as ever
you'd wish to see, and the very first
time I ever set eyes on her I made up
my mind to make that girl my wife. So,
wuon tho Company raised my wages I
was pointsman at Fairlield Junction, I
should toll you I took heart and asked
her if she'd halve Ilium with me, with a
wedding ring thrown into the bargain.
"Loyou really mean it, Will?" said
"I do roally mean it, Jano," said I.
"Then," said she, putting both her
hands in mine, "I'll trust you. I've no
living relation to advise with mo, so I
can only take counsel with my own
So wo were married. And everything
went smooth until Jane began to object
to my mates at the Knilway Arms,"
and the Saturday evenings 1 spent with
"Why, Jano, girl," said I. "whero's
the harm? A man can't live by him
self, like an oyster in i's shell, and a
social glass never yet harmed anyone."
"No," says Jane, "not asocial glass,
Will, but the habit. And if you would
"Pshaw," said I. "I'm not a drunk
nrd, nnd I never nu nn to be one. And
no one likes to be preached toby his
wife, Jano. Uenieiubi'r that and you'll
savo yourself a :il o! trouble.''
I Kissed her and wont away. But
that was the bogiiiiiinir of the little
grave shadow that grew on my Jano's
It was a sort? point between us. I
felt that Jane was always watching
me; and I didn't choose to be put in
leading strings by a woman. So I
shamotosay it -1 went to the "Kail
way Arms" oftcner than ever; and I
didn't always count tho glasses of beer
that I drank; nnd once or twice, of a
particularly cold night, I lot myself be
persuaded into drinking something
stronger than beer! and Jane cried, and
1 lost my temper; well, I don't like to
think of all these things now.
But ono afternoon I looked my own
life in the face. I made tin my mind
that I h.ul been behaving like a brute.
"What are those senseless fellows at
the 'Railway Arms' to me?" muttered
I, "a.s compared with one of Jane's
sweet bright looks? I'll give the whole
thing lip. I'll draw the line just here
and now. We shad bo oft' duty early
to-night; I'll .go home and astonish
But, aa the night fell, the blinding
drift of a great storm came with it The
last train was kept later than usual by
the snow which collected on the rails,
and when it reached the Junction there
was a litt.e giil who bad been sent on
in tho care of the guard, who must
cither wait till morning in the cold and
cheerless station, or be taken home
across tho snowy fields by some ono
who Knew tho way.
Til take her," said Land lifting her
tin I gathered my coarse, warm coat
about her, and started on tho long,
cold walk along the edge of the liver. I
knew that Jano would be uneasy at
my unexplained absence, and made the
best of my way home, only to find the
door was shut and locked. I went
round to the back. Here I effected an
entrance, and little Willie, my eldest
boy. called out: "Papa, is that you?"
"Where is mamma?" said I.
"(ione out with baby to look for you,"
said he. "Didn't you meet her, papa?"
I stood a moment in silence.
"I ie still, Willie," said I, in a voico
that sounded strange and husky even
to mvsolf. "I will go and bring her
I thought with dismay of the blinding
snow storm outside, and worst of all
the level crossing over which an express
shot like a meteor at a few minutes be
foin midnight. Oh, heaven!
A clock, sounding dim and niutllcd
through the storm, struck eleven as I
hurried down the hill!
As steadily as I could I hurried on
ward, but more than once I became be
wildered, ami, when, nt length, 1 came
out close to the line, I knew that I was
half a mill! below the crosing.
And in the distance I heard the long,
shrill shriek of the midnight train.
Some one cists had beard it, too, for
as I stood thus, I saw, faintly visible
through the blinding snow, a shadowy
figure, looking with a bewildered, un
certain air up and down -the form of
.Jane, my wife, with the little baby ir
I hurried down to her, and was only
just in time to drag her from the place
of peril, and stand, breathlessly hold
ing her back, while the fiery-eyed mon
ster of steam swept by with a rush and
a rattle and a roar.
"Jane," I cried. "Jane, sneak to
She turned her wandering gaze tow
ard me, with eyes that seemed scarcely
to recognize me.
"Have you seen my husband?" said
"Jane! little woman, don't you know
mer l gaspeii.
"And I thought, perhaps," she addod,
vacantly, "vou might havo met him.
It s very cold here, and and "
And then she fainted in my arms.
Tho long, long brain fever that fol
lowed was a sort of death. Thero was
a time when they told me sho would
never know mo ngain, but, thank
Heaven, she did. She recovered at
last And siuce that night 1 never havo
lasteu a drop of liquor, and, please
ueaven, t never win again. Jho baby,
bless its dear little heart, wasn't harm
ed at all. It lav snug and warm on its
mother a breaat all the while.
The British Consul at Shanghai, Mr.
Davenport, says thero is litllo doubt
that tho areaulul lamino whleti ha lor
the last three years scourged the north
oi China, may bo attributed In great
measure to the spread of poppy cultiva-
uuu. j. very itirifu orooornon oi uio
available ground in that region has
been Bown to this plant, which is found
to bo more remunerative than anv kind
oi grain. Conscouentlv. the irmnevliis
ywe left untilled and no provisions mado
!i . s c,ar ol "''ought The Consul says
that unless thu iri'tiwlVi r.ti.m 41111 (m
chocked bv the (iovm imwint tttAfivtl will
increase, and of eourso another year of
arougni win cause a more terrible fanv
ine man mo uua.
CAIRO MJLLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 17, l81.
A Uood Housewife.
The good housewife, when she is giving
her house its spring renovating, should
bear in mind that the dear inmates of her
house are more precious than many houses,
and that their systems need cleansing by
purifying the blood, regulating the stmnaeh
and bowels to prevent and cure the diseases
arising from spring malaria and miasma,
and she must know that thero is nothing
that will do it so perfectly and Bitrely as
Hop Bitters, tho purest and best of medi
cines. ('uncord (N. II.) Patriot.
To Hen Pecked Husbands.
We recommend thoroughly steamboat trips,
To those who are tired of thoir wives,
For 'tis bettor to scald to death at once,
Thnn to pass in hot water jour lives,
And if you change your mind the best
thing for scalds or burns is Dr. Thom
as' Eclectric Oil. Paul 0. Schuh.agent.
Mr. George E. O'llara, the live druggist
of tho town, is always up to the times and
ready to meet the demands of his many
customers. He 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 tho throat, loss of voice, hoarseness
tir any affection of the throat nnd lungs.
This remedy positively cures, as thousands
can testify. If you do not believe it cull
at his drug store and get a trial bottle free
of cost or a regular size bottle for one dol
lar. As you value your life, give it a trial
and be convinced, as thousands already
have been (4)
Ei.ixin Vrr.t: kok Women. Mrs. Lydia
E. Pinkham, 2:i.'J Western Avenue, Lynn,
Mass., litis made the discovery! Her
Vegetable Compound is a positive cure for
female complaints. A line , addressed to
this lady will elicit all necessary informa
tion. A Card.
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth.nervous weakness,
early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
send a recipe that will cure you, free of
charge. This great remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
a self-addressed envelope to the Hev. Joseph
T. Innian, Station I), New York City.
Only Bachelors should belong to clubs,
Hercules gave tip his club, when he mar
ried Dejamira, "but !" when married, they
should never fail to lay in a supply of
Spring Blossom to cure Indigestion, sick
Headache, Lassitude, etc. Prices: $1.,
50 cents, and trial bottles 10 cents.
YOCUM cfc BliODERICK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
CA.IKO - - IJLL.S
BOOTS AND MlOKS
SII 0E-M AK BK.
Atlieiieum Building commercial Av.
only tilt! very lli'St Itnuortt'd Sliirlc nrt mi.
P'oj-b the mutt competent workman.
PRICES REASONABLE and fatlfaction
(i W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
constantly oa tiaua
At Seventy-five cento per load.
At one dollar per load.
tilt. heMt Mtillimi.r Wnnrt fur rrw.lrllitr rmnwiaui. mm uijill
m the clc-'iiii:stver fold Id Cal.-o. For black-
rmnn uio in leuing itrrn, they arc unequalled.
iuiii urticre i iut lumu piruui wooa vara .
OTICK TO CONTRACTORS.
Crrv Cl.KitK'n Omen. I
C'Aiitn, Ii.i.., March H. 1KS1. f
Hualt-i! propopftln will lie recelvi'd at thin nfllce,
dlri'cted to the City Council or the city of Cairo,
unt'l 5 o'clock p. in. or Tuesday, Murch aiith, 1HS1,
fnt flirtiiMilntf the m iter al and (lulu? the work,
or dolim the work,ue.r.ei.Hary for thu construction
and ruHonntrurttiin of the follow in iidewalka:
To he coumructud of hrli k, viz: on the north sldu
of Sixth street from Coniinerclal to Washington
avenue. ; on both s ries of HeYi.nth street from
Commercial to Waphlinfion n venues; on the easter
ly side of Washington avium from Eighth street
lo connect with brick sidewalk In front of lot '!,
In liiork '.tl.clly; on west iltlu or Wahlnt;tnn av
i'U nn between Slxlb nnd Seventh streets, and on
west side of Commercial avenue In ftont ol lots ,
7 and S, In block 2D, city. To ho cou'tructed of
wood: on the easterly sldo of Poplar uruel from
Tenth to Twelfth street; on the northerly side of
Fourteenth street between Walnut and Cedar
streets, and on easterly sldu of Cedar street be
tween Kourteanth and Fifteenth streets, and on
n rtherly side of Twetitv-scventh street between
Commercial avenue and Poplar street To he re
constructed of wood, yln. On west side of Wash
ington atenue between Twelflh and Thirteenth
streets; on south side of Twentieth itruut betweon
Poplar street and Commercial avenue; nn west
side on C'etnmerclnl avenan between itluhtecnth
and Twentieth streets; on aonth side of Twenty
etifhtb street between Commercial aventio and
Poplar street; on west sldu of Commercial avenue
between Twenty-seventh and Twenty-eighth
streets; on north side of Kluliteenih street !
tween Poplar street and Commercial avenue! on
westerly able of Levea street, front It) i; lots one to 9
Ine'ustve, In block II, city. To bo c.oiistrncled of
cinders, vlr,: on the west side of Commercial ave
nue between Seventeenth and Kluhleenth strocta,
and on the anuth sldu of Fourth street between
Wsnhlncton avenue and Walnut street. A pro
vided 'or bv ordinance No. r7. approved February
llih, lssl, which Is on file In this office and tibloct
l examination at any time. The rlybt to rejuct
nuu nn iiiiib rvrurvru llf III" CUT.
D.J. FOLEY, City Clerk.
H KIHC A I,.
ft,,,. THECREAT ,-
Heuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Saroness of the Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Soro Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet
and Ears, and all other Pains
No Preparation earth equal St. Jacobs On as
a mfffturr, imc an, 1 rhmp External Remedy,
A trial c mailt, but the cnmpamtivcl)' triftitip outlay
of ,1o rent, nnd ( very one mnVrintr with pain
can have cheap ami j-wtive proof of iu claim.
Directions in Eleven LatifniaKes.
SOLD BY ALL DED00IST3 AND DEALERS 15
A.VOGELER 6c CO.,
Bnltimoru 3td V. B.
Who want glossy, Inxnriant
and wavy tresses of abundant,
beautiful Hair mast nse
LYON'S KATIIAIRON. This
elegant, cheap article alwavs
makes the lfair prow freely
and fast, keeps it from falling
out, arrests and enres gray
ness, removes dandruff and
itching, makes the Hair
strong, giving it a curling
tendency and keeping it in
any desired position. Beau
tiful, healthy Hair is the sure
result of using Kathairon.
HOP CIT1 KRS.
Jr If T'rti are a man
W of buxitifTW,wettJc.
ened by the strain of
your dut'.e avoid
stimulant and us
mtrht work, to rvs
tiire tinun nerve sod
waale, une Hop B.
If you are younir nl
diwntlun or ditl
Hi 1 or ntnirlc, old or
poor bltu or lkriKulnb
nem, rv-ly on Hop
nufferlnK from any In
tion i if vim nr.- mar
younir, sunVrliitf from
inir ou a bed of sick
wheiMiTur you feel
1 hoortands tie arw
nuuily from soma
form of Kldnsn
Hint your system
llcedii ehnsltiK. ton- CjTJdlxia"" that liilirht
lnir or stiinulallntr, 1 have tsii.revi-iitt
mttioutOitoricitii), IX t by a timely useof
Have ynn li-
of ttie itimwh,
Utier or iktws r
You will he
curod If Tiniuw
O. I. c.
Is an shsotnto
tile cure for
use of opium,
tobsoeo , or
k'lHtii. Hi nd for
RMkwUr, I. T.
a T'.r'iTiUt, Out.
fily wp h k Kiel
Ut It may
life. It ha
PROMUETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialtv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
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Givei Instant relief andtssnlnfallilile
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
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