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THE jDAHiY. BULLETIN.
BOIINTiriO AND USEFUL.
It is considered by M. Perissa that it
is almost certain that the anciont Egyp
tians and Phanjolans tined stoel, if, in
deed, they did not make it
The Belgium Telephone Company
hare made arrangements so that any of
the subscribers leaving word any even
ing, may be awakened at any hour tbo
next morning by means of a powerful
Dr. W. Relgler says that the quantity
of rain water which finds its way to
the ground along the trunks of trees is
very considerable, but that some kinds
of trees diachargo this function bolter
It is maintained by Prof. E. Wool
ney than soil heaped up around plants
has, during the day, a higher tenipora
ture than earth not so treated. During
the night the hilled earth becomes
colder. The explanation advanced is
that earth which is heaped up around
plants dries much more rapidly thun
From the success which has already
attended the introduction of electric
clocks, and their evident utility fer
railroad, poHU.flloo, And telegraphic
oflices, Dr. M. Hipp predicts that in a
few years every town of any importanco
will have its time regulated byelcc-
. tricity, just as it has its light by night
supplied now by means of illuminating
Writing about some phenomena of
optics, M. Treve mentions the fact that
the flame of a lamp appears brighter,
and that an upright post, shaft, or mast
is seen more distinctly through a verti
cal than a. horizontal slit, but that a
houso, a landscape, or the disk of the
sun or moon is better observed when
the slit is horizontal. Photographs pre
sent more or .less clear definition accord
ing as the light passes from the kind of
odjeot exposed to. the sensitive plate
through an opening or slit of a horizon
tal or vertical nature. The results are
ascribed to the action of difl'used light.
A calculation has been mado by some
arithmeticians of the extents to which
steampower has been developod. En
gland derives from her wealth of coal
0,000,000-horse power; the United
States, '7,500,000; Germany, 4,000,000:
France, 8,000,000; Austria, 1,500,000.
lhese figures do not inolude the loco
motive force which, taking the num
ber of locomotives in both hemispheres
to bo more than 105,000, and the mile
age 222,000 miles must have 80,000,-OUO-horse
power. All tho machines
and engines worked by sleam in the
world is estimated at 80,000, 000-horse
fower. Each horse-power is equal at
east to the strength of 10 men, and the
steam power of Lho globe represents a
daily working power of 800,000,000
Dr. Lonz has found that Timbuctoo
has now only 20,000 inhabitants, and
that many of its brick-built houses
have fallen in decay. But the town
yet contains many schools and rich
libraries, besides not a few learned men
capable of holding extremely interest"
ing dialectic discussions, especially on
doctrines of the Koran. The old canals
which formerly connocted tho place
with the Niger, distant only about six
miles, are now merely a series of lakes,
ifis notes regarding the Sahara mo of
importance. The "Great Desert" is in
no part below sou-level, and is a plateau
more than 900 foet above tide-water.
Here and there are hills of granite,
plains of sand, very shallow lakes,
and patches of great fertility, and there
are very few beasts of prey. The Sahara
of the boyhood of still young men is
rapidly losing its romance of terror
under the intluenco of the more recent
accounts of actual exploration.
"When I publicly testified that I had
been cured of a terrible skin humor by tho
Cuticura Remedies, I did so that others
might be cured, and do not regret the time
given to answering inquiries." Hon. Wil
liam Taylor, Boston.
Sitting up Nights.
Mrs. E. II. Perkins. Creek Cantor, TJ. V
writes she had been troubled with asthma
lor lour years. Hail to sit up night after
night with it, and was ultimately cured by
two bottles of Thomas' Eclectric Oi 1. Paul
G. Schuh, Agent.
Mr. George E. O'Hara, tho live druggist
ot xuo town, IB always up to tho times and
readV to meet tho (lpmnnils nf Iiin mnnv
customers. He has just received a supply
oi inai wonacnui remedy mat is astonish
in? tllO WOl llt 1V ita mnrvnlnna euros Tit
D j vsvuu wutawut 4
King's New Discovery for consumption,
cuugus, coiua, asmma, oronciims, nay
fever, uhtllisic. Cmilli. Wiinnninrrrnnrrti. tick-.
ling in the throat, loss of voice, hoarseness
V - , . 1 .. . . .
ur nay auccuoa oi me iiiroat and lungs.
This remody positively cures, as thousands
a . ... : . r & j. . , , .
i-uu uwiuy. ii you ao nor. ooucvo it can
at his drug store and get a trial bottle free
of cost or a regular size- bottle for ono dol
lar. As you value your life, give it a trial
and be convinced, as thousands already
have been (4)
Our Glorious Independence.
What can be more glorious than to bo
independent of suffering, causnd by dys
pepsia, indigestion, constipation, sick head
ache, or other diseases emanating from the
stomach. This can be easily gained by a
timely use of Burdock Blood Bitters.
Price 1.00, trial size 10 cents.
Wb have just received some copies of
Sunday school library books, published by
David C. Cook, of Chicago, tor 5 cents
each, which are a wonder for cheapness.
Schools may now havo a library of 100
copies for five dollars. Mr. Cook wiil send
full catalogue free.
Dr. Kline'a Great Nerve Restorer ib the
marvel of the age for all Nerve Diseases,
AH fits stopped free. Send to 031 Arch
street, Philadelphia, renn.
A Leap Into Popular Favor.
It if not always that tho world acknowl
edges what is right and best; but Burdock
Blood Bitters, by universal acquiescence,
have been awarded the premium for cleans
ing the blood, curing Indigestion, constipa
tion, regulating the bowels, and toning up
weak nerves. Pi ice $1.00, trial size 10
THE PILOTS ABN.
"Well, Mr. Rawlings, you certainly
deserve credit for the masterly manner
you have run our vessel through those
Island channels, in the darkest night and
worst gale I over expoi leucod."
I UiP.nk yen, Captain Mastorton,"
answered the old, weather-beaten pilot,
Dan Rawlings who had spent fifty of his
sixty years on salt water,
i "I was lucky in getting you aboard,"
continued tho captain of tho Virginia,"
heartily, '"for this night yon havo savod
our pretty cruiser from knocking her
self to pieces upon the Goodwin
It was a nasty night, captain, and
this craft is a staunch ono, or she'd be
drift-wood now," modestly replied the
pilot, and then ho continued: "She re
minds mo of a trim schooner I once
sailed in with Captain Ejcrton, now
thirty years ago, when free bootors
were rather plentiful in the Southern
"Ah! then yon have had some expe
rience with those fellows, have you? but
come into my cabin and I will brow a
hot punch, and it may cause you to let
run your tonguo-tacklo in a yarn of
buccaneer times," and tho cruiser hav
ing let fall her anchor in a quiet covo,
the caotain beckoned to some of his of
ficers to follow, and led tho way to his
cabin.treating tho pilot with tho marked
Iito null! fitiil rmirtioA hm wtn
during the past few hours of storm and
Brewing a delicious punch it did un
loose the tongue of the old pilot, for af
tor dashing off his second glass, he
"So you d liko me to spin a yarn 'o
the days of pirates, captain and gentle
A general assent was the reply, and
Pilot Uawlings cleared his throat of the
salt spray, and began:
"It was over twenty years ago, gen
tlemen, that I was sailing Catain Eger
ton in the .Constitution, and his busi
ness was private-hunting, the Secretary
having given him a roving commission
to run off the sea a few ships that al
ways left a red wake after them.
"We had visited the Islo of Pinos,
and several other buccaneering haunts,
and had captured several lagoon pi
rates, when we sighted a schooner
which I had often seen before, and
which was known to bo under the com
mand of a man who answered to the
hail of Captain Cain.
"It was said be hud once been a Brit
ish naval oilieor, but had killed his
brothor from jealousy, they both loving
the same girl, and had fled to sea,
where he took tho name of Cain, on
account of his oj ime; but whoever he
was he knew how to handle a craft in
action and in storm, and got rich oil
Spanish and Portuguese treasure-ships,
with an occasional dash at an English
or French vessel, for ho never robbed
an American merchantman, and alwajs
ran from a cruiser flying the stars and
stripes, though he'd tight double his
weight under any other flag.
"Well, we spread our canvas and gave
chaso, but he kept ahead of us well,
and though seemingly able to drop us,
did. not do so.
"At length we headed him off so that
he had to run in toward the coast ol
Cuba, which he did in a style Chat
showed us he had often gone in there
before, for he held steadily on and soon
disappeared from sight in an inlet that
penetrated into the high, bold coast.
"It was only blowing a three-knot
breeze, but that was enough to knock
our forefoot off, If we struck any of the
numerous reefs I saw around us, so we
shortened sail to Just enough to work
the craft, and, going into the forctop, I
piloted by narrowly watching the water
"In this way we got into as ugly a
hole as I ever saw, and soon after
dropped anchor in the inlet, which I
was sorry to see was not a safo harbor
ago, excopt with the wind off shore.
"A dozen lagoons, or creeks, seemed
to run off from the cove further inland,
and in ono of these we knew the pirate
must be hidden; but as it was nearly
sunset, wo concluded to wait until
morning, well knowing he could not
run out without passing us. '
"I, however, took the gig and rowod
ashore alono, for I wanted to examine
our surroundings, , and landing at a
pleasant spot, I was engaged in looking
around mo, when I was surprised by
seeing a gentleman approaching mo.
"He was dressed in uniform, and was
as pleasant a looking man as one could
wish to moot, and politely raised his
cap, while ho said in perfect English
" 'Good evening, sir; you are from
the American schooner, I believe?'
Yes, sir,' I answered, wondering
wuo no was.
'And may I ask who is her com
mander?' ' Certainly, sir: CaDtain Esrerton.'
"I saw him start, and, I thought.
turn pate; oui no said, pioasanuy
' 'Present my compliments to Can.
tain Albert Egerton, and say to. him
there is a hurricane threatening, and
lie naa octter put to sea uciore dark,
or Ins vessel will be lost in that cove.'
"This made mo a little suspicious of
His desiring to aid the pirate and so 1
'And who might you be, sir?'
'Toll Captain Egerton that Edward
Horbert says he is in deadly danger
where ho now is,' and again bowing he
turned away, when I called out
'And are you Edward Herbert?'
" 'Once, sir, that was my name; now
men call me Captain Cain.'
"I sprung toward him, my hand on
my cutlass, but he laughed lightly and
'Beware, for half a hundred brave
fellows have their eyes on you, and if
you doubt it, you have but to advance
nearer to me.' .
"I did not doubt it, and he turned
away, while I made my way back to the
boat and then to the cruiser, and told
what had passed.
'Edward Ucrborti.be. Is my cousin,
and he it was who took his brother's
lifo, some said from jealousy and some
say in self defense; poor Ned, we were
always good friends, but I'll not take
his advice,' said Captain Egerton,
"But soon after dark we wished that
we , had, sure enough the hurricane
came, and then we saw that tho cove
was a death-trap, for our vessel dragged
her anchors, and wreck stared us in the
face, wliile the soa rushed Into the inlot,
JLW.M Lur,0(1 bat' ,ron against tho
cliffs in a way that threatened to swamp
DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY
"Suddenly when we had given tip all
hope, out of tho very cliff, it seemed,
came a schooner Dying like a whirl
wind, and directly towarU vtu'r bi(t
strangest of all she sooined to be a phan
tom, rather than a real vessol, and I
knew that wo beheld a weird craft that
sailors had often reported beholding in
storms off the coast of Cuba. ; , ; , t (
"And stranger still, she soomed to be
carrying a heavy pressure of canvas,
when we hardly dared storm-sails,
and a greenish light rested on hull and
n" 'The Storm Phantom!" cried some
of tho crew, wliile others called out:
" 'No! 'tis the pirate schooner.
"That sho was armed and crowded
with men wo all now saw, and her, guns
wore run out and the men at quarters,
In spite of tho storm; but at the holm I
saw ono whom I recognised by , the
weird, greenish light, and that one was
the man I had mot Captain Cain.
"Schooner, ahoy!" suddenly rung
out ia clear tones, just as Captain Eger
ton ordered tho men to the guns, be
lieving ho intondod to attack us in spite
of tho storm.
" 'Set sail and follow mo out! To re
main where you are is a cortain death,'
camo in the same ringing tones, and
Captain Egerton answered:
" 'I will and turning to me asked:
" 'Dare you follow him?'
"Yes, if I can keep close astern,"
was my answer, and within two min
utes wo were in his wake, he apparent
ly slocking sail to lot us draw nearer.
, "It was into tho jaws of death ho led
us, gentlemen, but with a skill that was
miraculous ho held on through the mad
wators and wave-washed reefs, and
watchin? his every turn of the wheel. I
followed until tho lost danger was left
astern, and then the weird, bright light
that illumined his decks wont suddenly
out, and wo lost him as though he had
run under; but it was the vivid blaze
that had dazzled us, and our eyes took
some time to become accustomed to the
darknoss, which was impenetrableyet
nowhere could we find trace of him,
and nearly all on board set the croft
down as tho real Storm Phantom.
"Well, gentlemen, we never saw Cap
tain Cain s craft after that night, and
soon after he disappeared from the
seas, and was heard of no more; but
I have since seen him, for one time I
landed at Bermuda, and who should I
meet but Edward Herbert, or Captain
tain, tlio Buccaneer.
"He recognized mo, and mado no ef
fort to avoid mo, but camo up and of
ferod his hand, and said in his pleasant
" 'Captain.you did right to follow me
out that night, and you handled your
'I know we did right, for it was
death where we were; but tell me how
did yeu disappear that night so sudden
ly, and carry so much canvas in a gale?'
"He laughed and answered:
"Oh! that was one of my tricks;
that was netting painted white, to give
the effect of canvas, and I burned a
green light to give my craft a weird
look, and by putting it out, and lower
ing what littlo sail 1 carried you could
see me lying to under bare poles; but,
come, 1 have done with pirating, and
was only driven to it from remorse for
taking my brother's life, to prevent his
taking mine; now I am settled in a
pleasant homo iu tho hills, and married
to a hidy who will welcome any friend
of mine, so I claim you as my guest as
long as you care to remain.' '
"And homo I went with him, centle
men, and remained several days, while
ho and his lovely wiio treated me as
though 1 were a prince. '
"And is ho still living?" asked tho
"No," responded the pilot; "ho died
from the effects of an old wound some
two years after I visited him. But his
widow and two children dwell there.
and I never go to the Bermudas that I
don't pay them a call. Another punch,
please, captain, and I'll turn in, for I'm
as dry as a three-decker in a calm."
And the pilot did "turn in," but swore
the next morning that all night in bis
dreams he had been following in the
Lwako of tho "Storm Phantom," with
the skeleton of Captain Cain at the
A Wasliinrrton i.aner has a column
headed "Religious Refrains." A great
many people in Washington refrain
from religion. ATcw York Evening
Ten Gigantio Locomotives.
Ten iron giants for tho Pennsylvania
Railroad Company will bo built this
summer at Altoona.. Thov will be much
larger and more powerful than ordinary
passenger engines, and are to bo built
for the particular purpose of making up
time on portions of tho road where there
are long stops. On ihe fast run between
New York and Philadelphia, for in
stance, tho timo allowed is so short that
when there aro unusual stops letting off
i ... . . i
aim guiung vu passengers mo oruinary
engines cannot make it up. Hence a
monster locomotive, known on the road
as "No. 10," has been built as an ex
perimont and tried on different trains
to see what can bo done. The result
has been satisfactory, but there are
many improvements that suggest them
selves which will bo carried out in the
construction of the othor heavy engines
that are to follow. In the slang of the
railroad yard, No. 10 is known as
"Long-legged loco." This comes from
the big driving-wheols she rides upon,
which stand six foot and six inches
above the rails, or higher than a tall
man with a silk hat on. She has two
pairs of drivers forgod for hor by Herr
Krupp, the famous cannon maker. In
this is supposod to have been solved the
highest aim that can be sought in a lo
comotive to pull the heaviest trains
over all grades against stiff winds and
with the least possiblo liability toward
hot boxes or low steam on tho quickest'
sohedulo timo. Her engineer says
"She goos like a bird and rides like a
rocking-chair." Evor since it has been
running, this engine has boon making
a mile in fifty-seven seconds on up grade
with a long train in tow without getting
boated. Sho makes loss than a mile a
minute and "keeps cool." Of course
there is a great consumption of fuel.
In 180 miles 12,000 pounds of coal are
used up. The water tank contains 8,000
gallons, 400 moro than is usually car
ried. Everythiug elso is on a propor
tionately largo scale. Only the , delay
in getting boilors sufficiently large has
prevented the completion of two other!
of nearly the Banie pattern. ,
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At Seventy-five cents per load.
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JUNE 10, 1881.
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Eipress 2:r5 a m. Dally
Accommodation 8:3 p.m. Daily
iicaet omcc: o. x wnio uevoe.
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ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Only Lino Running
Q DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Connection
Trains Leave Cadio:
3:10 nm. Mail,
Arriving in St. Louis 9:45 a.m. : Chicago, 8:30
Connecting at Odin and KriWham for C
natt, Louisville, Indianapolis and points Kant.
11:10 it.m. St. I,oui iiml Western
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ior an pom is n em.
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iu.w p.m., anu Luicagu :ai a.m
4:20 p.m. Cincinnati Kxproag,
Arriving at Cincinnati T:fK) a.m.; Louisville 7:20
a.m.; inaianapons :iiu a.m. 1'assengers hy
this train reach tho above tmlnts lii to 30
HOURS in advance of any other route.
HrT"he4:a0 p. m. express has PULLMAN
changes, and through sleepers lo bt. 1,'onls and
Fast Timo liast.
'iKiSPTKypru ,,T 'M" "n go through to East.
oi3CIIkvlr cm nolnts without Anv rixlnv
caused by Sunday intervening. The Saturday after-
uuun train irom uairo arrives in new xork Monday
morning at 10 ::).ri. Thirtv-slx hours In ailvunr,. ,w
any other route,
tar-For through tickets and further Information,
apply at Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
UAB. iiuiiiiau.il, J. 11. .)ONE,
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TARRANT'S SELTZER APERIENT .
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tlietirnmip avuniinB Iiin runrtlnt,. Btn fiMrllllttOd tO
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1 Worm., Worm fever. Worm Cnlln, .
a Crvlns I'lillr. or TeelliliiKof Infants, ifl
f. iiiarrnea ii ; imorim r
rirlplim, WUciiii Colic, :ft
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K Cholera Morbus, Voniltliiti,
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