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Ono of the Things' Newspaper Reporters
Have to Do to Keep Up.
One of the most brilliant fuaUl ot
French ro porting U tlm following: It
liappened at the time when tho groat
Troppniann murder case was agitating
Paris and Fiance, and everybody wu
eager for del ails. A reporter who had
the matter in hand left Paris for Cer
ray, whore tho father of Troppniann
resi led. Ho arrived, called upon the
justice of the peace and the corumia
haire do police, invited them to follow
him to the Maine, took his scat in the
judge's chair, and thero, with unpar
alleled audacity, ordered the garde
chanipetie to go and bring before him
tho assassin's fathor. Tho officers did
not say a word; tho reporter had con
quered them by his air and demoanor.
When tho father of Troppniann was
brought before him, he interrogat
ed him as though officially commis
sioned to do so. The result of tho cross
questioning wns that the son had writ
ten to the father on he eve and on the
day of the crime. "Monsieur lo Com
missionaire," said the reporter, "pleaso
f;o to the witness' house and seize theso
The functionary obeyed; the letters
were brought, tho reporter read them,
found them full of evidence of Tropn
manu's guilt, copied them carefully
and with a solemn air. Then, with re
spect, he handed over the originals to
thejusticoof the peace, asked him to
seal them carefully and keep them for
tho future use of the court. Tho re
porter put tho copies into his pockot,
saluted the gentlemen and left. It was
1 o'clock in tho afternoon, and tho
train that was to bear his letter to Paris
would not leave before evening. If ho
sent his precious report by that train it
would be too late for the "morning edi
tion of his paper. Besides, he met two
other Paris reporters, who had just ar
rived, and who would soon learn tho
news at Cernay and send it on li Paris
at the same time he did his report.
What does ho do? He goes to his
brother reporters and says: "I am dy
ing of hunger, ray friends. Let us
breakfast together. You go to the tav
ern there and order a giod dejeuner.
with plenty of w ine, you know, and Pll
como presently." The two reporters
did as no bado them, while our friend
jumped into a wagon, and had himself
driven to the station; after hard beg-
f;ing, and giving money, he was al
owed to leave on a luggage train then
about to start, caught a passenger train
fur Paris ata junction further on, and
arrived Bt tho office of his paper lato at
night. He communicated his informa
tion, and tho tirst page, which was al
ready "closed up," was completely re
set. The next morning eighty thou
sand copies of the paper were sold.
The Flying Dutchman.
A name given by Bailors to a phan
tom ship, supposed to cruise in storms
off tho Capo of (lood H pe. Accord
ing to tradition, a Dutch captain. bound
homo from the Indies, with long, con
tinued head winds and heavy weather
off this cape, Hud refusing to put back
as he was advised lo do, swearing a
terrible oath that ho would boat around
tho capo if it took until tho Jay f
judgment to accomplish tho feat. Ho
was taken at his word, and doomed to
beat against winds all his days. His
sails aro believed to have become
threadbare, and tho ship's sides white
with ago, and himself and crow re
ducod uliuost to shadows. Ho cannot
hoavo to or lower a boat, but sometimes
bails vessels through, his trumpet, and
requests litem to lake loiters homo for
him. Tho superstition has its origiu
iu the looming or apparont suspension
iu the air of somo ship out of sight a
phenomenon sometimes witnessed at
sea, and caused by uutisual refrac
tion in tho lower strata of the atmos
phoro. The Eoldioi Comedian,
M. Got, tho charming Freucli come
dian, was in bin youth nearly lost to
the stage. Whilo a student in tho con
Borvatoiro, ho was conscripted, and
having no money and no rich friends,
ho was obligod to go to Algeria as a
cavalryman. There he served for somo
time, and was an excellent soldier. IIo
would probably have won his enauloLs
had not his colonel discovered in him
the stuff of a groat comedian, and ex
cited in his favor tho interest of Mile.
Mars. With liberal generosity she re
doomed the young trooper and enal'od
him to rosumo his studios.
'Groat jimmy, Spraggles! What's
tho matter with youP I uovor saw you
looking so completely worn out"
"Why, the fact is, 1 don't fool exactly
right; to tell you the truth, Vol just
back from tho seaside."
THB DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
Prowess of the Bald Eagh.
Most of our recent authors have
treated tho bald eaglo as a sluggish,
fish-oating bird, whoso entire slock of
surplus onergy is devoted to robbing a
more industrious and less powerful
neighbor. That it has not entirely lost
its old-time daring, so graphically des
cribed by Audubon, the following ac
count will show. I am indebted for my
facts to Nathan Cobb, ono of the oili
est and most reliable of the profession
al duck-shooters at Cobb's Island, Va.
The species is a permanent rosident in
the neighborhood of the Island, though
it is not often seen during tho summer
months. A few, however, aro said to
breed upon the opposite mainland.
In the winter the eagles aro much
moro numerous than at any other time
of the year; and my informant has, on
sovoral occasions, seen as many ns
eight at once. At this season, the
neighboring bays and creeks swarm
with wild fowl, and upou these tho
eagles principally live. Ho has never
known them to capturo fish of any
kind, although they not tinfrcquently
rob tho fash-hawk. Goeso and brant
form their favorite food, and the ad
dress displayed in their capture is very
remarkable. The poor victim has ap
parently not the slightest chance for
escape. Tho eagle's flight, ordinarily
slow and somewhat heavy, becomes, in
tho excitemeut of the pursuit, exceed
ingly swift and graceful; and the fugi
tive is quickly overtaken. When close
upon its quarry, the eaglo suddenly
sweeps beneath it, and, turning back
downward, thrusts its powerful talons
up into its broiist. A brant or duck is
carried off bodily to the nearest marsh
or sand-bar, but a Canada goose is too
heavy to be thus easily disposed of.
The two great birds fall together to tho
water beneath, where the eagle literally
tows his prize alon the surface until
the shore is reached. In this way, ono
has been known to drag a largo goose
for nearly half a mile.
A singlo bird is usually seized at tho
first attempt, but Mr. Cobb has seen
an eagle repeatedly miss bis aim when
in the midst of a large flock. The
very abundance of opportunities seem
to bewilder bim. and he thrusts wildly
and harmlessly in all directions; but,
after the crowding masses have become
scattered by his onslaught, a separate
individual is selected, and quickly over
taken and killed.
Although the larger and heavier
water-fowl are more likely to be at
tacked, tho royal bird seems to find lit
tle diflicultyin overhauling the swiftest
flying ducks. The latter, however,
often escape by diving, although in
shallow water this resource sometimes
proves of no avail, as the eagle follows
their course, and seizes them as they
rise near tho surface. Under favorable
conditions, even grebes are sometimes
In winter shooting tho sportsmau
loses many a wounded goose or brant
by the eagles. They seem fully aware
of tho advantages to be gained by main
taining a close espionage upon the gun
ner's movements, and a bird that falls
at any considerable distance from the
stand is often seized and borne away
before it can be recovered. Universal
ly hated as he is by all the gunners of
this island, the eaglo is not unfrcquent
ly killed by them in tho following cu
rious manner. The "stools," or decoys,
which are relied upon to dupo the
wary water-fowl, sometimes deceive
even the keen-eyod bird of prey; and,
in his eagerness to secure one of the
unsuspecting flock, he swoops upon a
wooden victim, and is riddled by a
fatal discharge from the circle of sea
weed where tho sportsman lies con
cealed. On several occasions, when tho
marauder's approach did not happen
lo be observed, Mr. Cobb has had a de
coy lifted from the water and carried
ofl' several yards before the eaglo dis
covered his misiake. WilUtnn JJrcw
kr in HnHctin Xuttal Club.
Accuracy in Standards of Measurement
Few realize the great practical im
portance of cxtromo accuracy in stan
dards of weight and extension, and it
is not generally known what degree of
accuracy has been attained in tho meas
urement of tho standards of lengths
now in use in different countries. Tho
carpenter's foot-rule and the tailor's
yard are fimiliar articles, but, if
a-ketl, probably neitncr tne carpenter
nor the tailor could tell w hether thero
is anv means bv which the true length
of a foot or a yard can bo determined.
It is clear, however, mat thero must do
a standard with which tho common
measures should bo made to agree, in
oHer to have the same absolute value.
But we may reflect that the constant
use of any measure will change its
length, anil that it will eventually bo
come worn out. We can, then, readily
understand the great value of an ac
cepted standard, from which copies
can bo tnado, thus preventing any grad
ual alteration in our moasuros. Such
standards of reference are properly
held in the custody of national Gov
ernments, scientific societies and insti
tutions. It is by no means a simple process to
compare ono measure with another,
and to doleriuino tho variation between
the two. On tho contrary, the utmost
skill and long experience are required
for such wont, as well as tho most elab
orate and costlv apparatus. Allowanco
must bo made for errors that are so
small as to be almost inappreciable, but
wluch cannot be eliminated, until they
have been subjectod to iniuro investi
gations of a very delicate nature. Kv
erv careful observer will obtain results
which are almost marvolously accordant
tnter se; but tho results obtained oy
two obsorvors, with difforont instru
ments, will probably not agree. Tho
"personal cquatiou" has not yot boon
eliminated from work of this kind.
In tho comparison of weights and
rueasuros, soionce demands the utmost
accuracy, and it would uot bo possiblo,
even if it wero desirable, in an article
like this, to moro than alltido to a lew
of tlia stens which have resulted In tho
final adoption of national and inHirna
tional standards. Popular Sewnce
A bear in Colorado got hold of Jo
soph Brooks and aallod in to oat him.
but began on ono of his logo and it
happened to bo wooden. Joo laid still
and ,'ot the boar chew. IIo says It was
the !aaost dlsgustod-looklng boar ho
evor saw wnen the "soil" broke over
Anxious for the Newj.
A Tyrone gentlomau who has spent
tho greater part of his life in America
( arrived in Omagh for a fovv months'
holidays on the day that tho news of
tho shooting of tho American President
was published. He lives in the coun
try, and tho excitement which seized
hiiu when ho heard the nows, formed
an interesting and unusual treat to tho
placid natives of this par,t of the coun
try, who aro capable of boariug any in
telligence unmoved. As tho evening
advanced, the visitor, who remained in
town, appeuled excitedly to entire and
callous si rangers, as follows:
"I must get tho latest uews how in
heaven can I get the evening napors?
If I wait till morning, poor Garfield
may be dead." Tyrone Constitution.
Tho death of a dear friend, wife,
brother, or lover, which Heemed noth
ing but a privation, somewhat lfter as
sumes the aspect of a guido or gonitis ;
for it commonly operates revolutions in
our way of life, terminates nn epoch,
of an infancy or of youth, breaks up a
wonted occupation, or a household, or
style of living, and allows tho formation
of new ones rnoro friendly to tho char
acter. It permits or constrains tho
formation of now acquaintances, and
tho reception of new influences, that
prove of the first importance to the uext
years ; and the man or woman, who
would have remained a sunny gardon
flower, with no room for its roots and
too much sunshino for its head, by tho
fall of tho walls and the neglect of tho
gardenor is made tho banyan of tho
forest, yielding shade and fruit to wide
neighborhoods of men. Eiiwrson.
Boston becomes bibulous. Last year
611,603 barrels of beor, two barrois to
every inhabitant, man, woman and
child, wero drank in that city. A bar
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gallon twenty glasses.
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lor a speelnl iiHB' Hi-iiieiil upi.n property in nelUled
bv the lullmvltitf Im proveiilent, vljs: I ha cnnslruc
Hon ami ruronlriic.llin nf sidennlks in liloc kn nimi-
oer i, a. ,i, 1:1, n, ii. 17. a;, vri.m,
10, II, IJ, -1:1,41. Hi, ;i7. i. Ml. r.l. t,:l.
M. (ill, 70, 7,"icttvof Cairn.
Hlnrks ft, 1 !, r, tn, ii, Jl, ), :l:l, Ml,
M,T.H:,HI, In the First lulilitiuu Ml lio city of
Cairo, anil block I in I In-.croud adilllion lutbo city
of l.'nirn.a will inure full v aptienr Irom lliecerllneil
copy ol lh JiiJi-inent on llle In the ollli-.u of Hie
cily clerk of the city of Cairn that a warrant lor llm
collection of surli nji e iiienl'i Is In tlm bands of
the tuiricrsluned. All persons Interested aro hem
by untitled lie all and pay He- iiniiiii iiIh assnascd, lit
Hie collectorV ollli e at llm Alexander C'oiilily lluuk
w lllilti u.lrly ilnya of I lie dsle ber.nl'.
THOMAS. I. KKKTII.
Clly Treasurer and Kxulllt io City Cnllei lor.
Dated, till. tfMh day of Auifiisi, 1HK1.
pAlNTKIl'SMANI'AL- Mouse and slun paint
J. Inp, itraitmut, viirnlsiln, pnll.lnni;, kiil.ominir
Ac. .11 ( Is. Hook of Alphahet , Nl. Honk of Fancy
Alphabets. Ml. Mjn, ( nrrlime. Cur, Fresco, anil
Hecuratlve Palntliiif, M. daps 'se i irnnninutallon
I.'. Standard Hlin W'rller, J. Stiinilard Scroll
('.noli, $1. Scrolls and Orimineiii. ( Lotidolpbn) (I.
of booksellers or by mail JKSSU 11A.NKV &
CO. llii Nassnstrei'l. N. Y.
Navlni!i Hanks, Insnnince Compntiles, TriiHtces
and Investors iii'iiernlly are Invited lo correspond
with na reuardliiH bonds Ibey may desire to buy,
sell or exeba ire.
IHiuilclpiil iloiiilH. Wilier Work Cnmjmiiy
Lomirt, anil ileslrH'ile Itiillroiid Seciirlllea ul
wuyn oil Imml. J. K. I.KWIH ,V CO,. Ilimkers,
, 47 Cedar St, New York.
Ben.!. F. Uhafton, Stouy 15. Ladd
Halhkut E. Tainic.
Lalu Coninilselniier of Patents,
P A T N T S
TA1NE, 0RAFT0N & LAI)b,
Atloriicys al-Luw nnd Solicitors of America and
412 riVTU STREET, WASHINUTON, 1), C.
Practice patent law tn all It. branches in the
Patent Office., aud tn tho Supremo and Circuit
Court of tho United Status. Puuiphlul tent free
uu .vvvipi oi ivnnip tor pesiao.
A ft CATAI
'hi. ilVia ;..,
&nj Jlu .
uV Ulilaallnaif .
S nnjaoxi, r
Article, from pur
Vaaeline such a.
Taaeline Cold Cream,
vaaeime camphor jot,
Vaaeline Toilet Soapa,
SKIN DISEASES, BHEUKATISM.
Croup and Diphtheria, tte
Aa arreaable form of tak
ing vateline internally.
25 cam k box.
tizei or ail oar gooda.
EXPOSITION COLGATE & CO., 11,7,
OPENED JUNE FIRST.
It it situated In Pope County, Illinois. In a spur
or the Ozark Mountains, half way between Vienna
aud Golcouda. It.
Surroundings are Delightful
AIR COOL AND BRACING,
TCE IN ABUNDANCE. The table 1. ipread
X with all the delicacies of the eeaaon. Tb.
waters are mineral, appetizing and health fflvinif.
aud thulr beneficial effects are felt Immediately.
; J. H. BKOVYN, Proprietor.
Public notice Is herebv L'iven that in nnranane
of an order and decree made and entered by and iu
the county court or Alexander county, state of Il
linois, al the Annual term thereof, l81. In a certain
cause wherein the undersigned aa administrator
or the estate of William O Callahan, deceased, and
iiilmlnl. (inter with the will annexed of Richard
O'Cnllalian, deceased, w as petitioner and Thoma.
O 'Callahan, Adeline Kenulston aud Alfred Math
ews were defendants, tho uuderl(Ked will, on
Wednesday, thu 21st day of September, A. D 1881,
at llm hour of two o'clock p. m.,atthe frout door
nl' Hie court house lu Cairo, in said couuty, offer
lor stile to Hid highest bidder for cash in hand, lot.
number four (4) iu block number forty (40) In laid
city of Cairo, and lot number .own (7) In block
number nineteen (l!l), and lot number forty-two
(4) in block uu in bur twenty ( 'J0 , both in the First
addition to said clly of Cairo
Cairo, 111., Aiinn.t 'fJ, 1b81. Administrator, etc .
MVfCAL AID SOCIETY.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aw Society,
OrirHiilzrd Julvlltli, 1S77, Under the Lawi o
die .Mute of Illinois. Copvrlgutcd July
It, 11177, Under Act of Congrfii.
I'. ( KCIICH... Pre.lil.nl
C. T. K U I) I) Vice Pre.ident
,1. A. I.OLDSTINB Treaauror
I I HllWItllN UaJlol A A..
" " ,,.. wvu.va. nuiinr
THOMAS LKWIS HeeraUr-
juii. c. n un a AB.i.uni Bccrotarr
;X1CCUT1 VJ0 COMM1TTKK.'
11. l.KIOIITf.N. I.. S TIII.UA9
J. C. WlllTB, W. r. PITCI1KH,
J. 8. McOAHEY.
HOAHD OF MANAOKH8:
William Strs.tton.nrHtratton A Bird, wholesale
Krocers; Paul U. Scbuh, wholesale aud retail drug-
Slat : lla.en Ls'Rhton, coinml..lon merchants jaa,
. McUuhey, lumber dealer; J. J. tjordon, phya
Iclan; J. A. (loldstlue, of OoldaVlue & Kosenwater,
wuuiurum biiu rvinu urj )mua., etc.; Win. IT. 1 ItCB-
er, mineral aent; HeuryB. Kills, city printer and
book binder; Cheiley llaynea. Cooper; J no. C.
uuo, asei.iunt secreiary ana .olicitor: Albert
Lewie, dealer In flour and grain i f. Uross, presl
dunt Alexander Count Bank ; O. W, Ilendrlcke,
contractor aud builder; Cyru. Close, general
bi!hiii; i nomiis Lewis, secretary ana attorney at
law; L,B, Thomas, broom manufacturer: W. F
ltu.sul, contractor and builder; C. T, Rndd
anoutdSt. L. AN.O. rallaoa(l;Mos. Phllllps.car
tieuter; 11. A. Cbumbley, contractor, Cairo, 111...
Hv. J. Spencer, clergyman, St Leul., Mo.; J. B.
lluUiimo, circuit clerk, Mississippi county, Charla.
ton, Mo.t J. H. Moore , lawver, Commerce, Mo.;
I. HinL'letarv, phvaiclan, Arliniton, Ky.; 3. W.
Tarry, phv.icliui, Fulton, Kr. ; Win. Ryan, farmer,
Mitrrv, Kv. ; A. Steinbach, manuiacturer of .ad
dlerv. Kvansvlllo, lud.jlke Anderion, aecretary
to anperlutendent C. St. L. t N O. railroad, Jack
.on, Tenn.; J. S. Hobortstn, phvaiclan, White
villi). Tenn. I Thnma. A. Unborn, harneaa mak.r,
Bolivar, Tenn. i Wm. h. Walker, "Dixie Adret
tiling AtenJ, llollvSprtess, Mi...