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('iinfiu)orutu h'.imlb aro boiling in London
at to 4 pi-rccnt.
Tin: ntsittnation ot First Lii-utimiviit Fred
I), (iratit, of the Fourth cavulry, liau been
The chairmanship of the republican htatc
coiiiniitti't' of New York is still held by
Chester A. Arthur.
A herd of 3.J.0OO cattle bclon'in" to J.
(J. i; P. S. Jones, of Colorado, lias been sold
to F. L. Underwood & Co., of Kansa9 City,
for $ O-.Tj.OM).
The Garficlii nionuinent committee at
Clfvtdand reports receipts of f 3,377. A
talfe itnpresslon prevails t Ik at contributions
are limited to one dollar.
Nearly one hundred citizens of Tex
arkana, Ark., quietly organized a vigi
lance coniunttee, and yesterday drove frotr
the town every suspicious character.
The Irish land league will appoint two
tenants in each neighborhood to :issens fair
rent.-, which amount ii to be registered by
the branch leagues, and no greater sum
Mrs. Garfield announces her intention to
reside permanently at the Mentor farm.
The sons will return to Williams college
this week. The president's mother is "ery
The war department has ordered c nn-
pany K. of the 10th infantry to prceed
from Detroit to Cleveland and gur.rd the
remains of President Garfield for twenty
The Paris press gives indications of the
impending prosecution of Itochefort, for
charging that Gambetta organized the
Tunisian expedition for stock-jobbing pur
The Illinois Central mad will this year
xpend neatly $!!00,000 fur permanent im
provements, including t'e Randolph strei t
iaduct at Chicago, the depot ut Hyde
Park and the immense elevator in this city.
The table of assessments on railroads
made by the Illinois board of equalization
places the Chic two, liurlington Si Quincy
at the head, with $!),.Vu307. The Chicago
it Alton conies next, being valued at V
George Scoville, of Chicago, will go to
Washington this week and undertake the
lefense ot Guitean, his brother-in-law. lie
states that Guiteau's uncle and two other
relatives died in Insane asylums, whllo an
other is in the Michigan retreat.
The treasury department states that
there are Mill outstanding over $31,000,000
in bonds on which interest has ceased,
some of which should have been offered for
redemption eleven years ago, They will be
promptly paid off when presented, but it is
probable that most ot them have been de
stroyed. The perpetrators of tho Arkansas train
robbery have been lodged in jail at Hope,
ami have been lully ulentilleil. Unu was
captured near Sulphur Hluff, Tex., and tho
other two in the Indian nation. Clark
Hull, a conductor on the Iron Mountain
road, had the satisfaction of taking one of
George Miss has the star route cases
ready for prem utation to the grand jury at
Washington. Several of those accused
oiler to give state'B evidence, hut tho prop
osition will not be entertained. Tho first
to bo arraigned will bo Urady, Dorsey, and
Salisbury. Tho latter is from Dead wood,
and married a nieco of Secretary Maine.
A desperate attempt was made, at Pallas
Green, Ireland, to blowup with tlynamito
tho resilience ol Captain Thomas Lloyd
occupied by seventeen emergency men am
police. Cuptaiu Doycott was in Westnort
luestiay, nun was toiiowed by a mob anc
burned in effigy, Mj.ffatr, tho leader of an
Orange expedition in Couuty Louth, was
fired tit and wounded.
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THE DAILY OAIRO BULLETIN:
Charles and Mary Lamb onen spent
a week in "docoratlvo art applied to
tho household," with a degreo ol suc
cess that many utiidenta of that art
way well envy. A cat got imprisoned
in a garret adjoining tlutir apartment
in the Tomplo, and an opening was
niado to liberate her. To their sur
prise, they found threo or four unowned,
unoccupied garrets, desolate to the last
degree As Charles had suffered much
interruption when writing in their sitting-room.
Mary suggested his moving
his writiug-desk into one of these quiet
garrets. So tho cobwebs wore brushed
down, and the room made clean, though
certainly not very cheerful. Charles
tried it a few hours, but it was so hare
aud desolate ho could not endure it,
aud gave it up.
Next day, during her brother's ab
sence, Mary had another look ut the
situation, carried into the room some
bright pieces of carpeting, and several
cheerful though not very valuable print
that hung in tho kitchen. Charles was
delighted, and forthwith the brother
and sister gave themselves up to the
decoration of the apartment. Every
book in their library was ruthlessly
stripped of its illustrations, whenever
it could he done without damage to the
text, and the walls of the new study
were fairly covered. Here was a set of
pictures from Shakespeare, and some
where elso another set from Ovid or
Milton. Mary 1 anion tod that twonty
(our illustrations could not be taken
Ariosto, becauso the other side of tho
page was printed on. Scissors, pins
and paste-brush did the work. Frames
there woro none. Tho room became-
orcut favc-nto with them and their
tV'ji&s. and was known as the "print
room." Pity poor pussy could not nave
known how much nleasuro her tribula
tion would lead to!
How Mann Strauss Writes His Waltzes,
Strauss and his wife were enjoying a
quiet walk in the park at Schonau re
cently, when suddenly the composer
exclaimed: "My dear, I have a waltz
in my head; quick, give me tho insido
of a letter or an envelope to writo it
down before I forget it." Alas! after
much rummaging" of pockets it was dis
covered that neither of them had a let
ter about them noteven a tradesman's
account. Johann Strauss' music is
considered light, but it weighs as heavy
aa lead on his brain until he can trans
fer it to paper. I lis despair was heart
rending. At last a happy thought
struck Frau Strauss. She held out a
siiowy linen cuff, aud Johann smiled.
In two minutes it was MS. Then its
mate shared the same fate, then Fran
Strauss' collar, then not another scrap
of starched linen on which to conclude
the composition. His own linen was
limp colored calico -no hope there.
Johann became frantic, lie was min h
worse for having been allowod to writo
three-quarters of tho waltz. Ho wa.s
just on the point of dashing homo liko
a madman, when another happy
thought struck Frau Strauss. She
plunged her hand into a capacious
pocket, fished out a purse, and dis
played, to his delight, a new hundred
gulden note. Hurrah! Tho entire
tinale was written on tho bank note,
and then Johann Strauss relapsed into
his usual tranquility.
No ono can dispute the convenience
of ready-made artielos; but the' cost
more than do those which are made at
home. Many a young man could af
ford to ma;Ty if he could find a wife
willing to take the raw inatei i.il of food
aud clothing and work il up; for tho
raw material costs just about half what
the made-up costs, and with such a
wife the young man could buy for two
just as cheaply ns for one, and havo all
tho margin of homo aud happiness
thrown in, and more too, for thoro
would be constant accumulations of one
sort or another in tho course of years,
and constant savings if tho young cou
ple tiro tin il'ty and "forehanded."
iteady-made tood is as expensive as
ready-made clothing. Take, for exam
ple can nod fruit. The Mime amount
of money that will buy a gross of cans
tilled, will buy the cans and tho fivsh
fruit. With the cans once bought, the
only expenditure is for the fruit, and
so tho cost of tho cam is saved every
year. Hread and pies are no exception
to this. Half the money paid for them
goes for the labor and profit of tho bak
er, and tho other half for materials not
always by any means tho best. For
those who can afford this extra expen
diture, such luxuries do very well; but
thoso who want to get all they can for
money invested cannot indulge largely
in ready-made articles of any descrip
tion. A Fronchman says that tho soul of
wine is at its top. It must bo a cork
Sympathy With Children,
A parent should try to sympathize
with the various irregular growths of
a child's nature Sensitiveness as to
peculiarities of dress is a very strong
element, and it cannot bo laughed
down. The late admirable Lydia Ma
ria Child said that she believed her
character had been pi i niaueiilly in
jured by tho laughter of her school
mates at a peculiar short-waistod gowu
which her mother made her wear to
school. And a very sensible mother
who word J not allow her little daugh
ter to wear a hoop to dancing school
when hoops wore the fashion, said that
sho was certain that by tho mortifica
tion sho had caused her, aud the un
due attention which had been givon to
the subject, sho had mado love of dress
a passion with tho child, On all theso
questions a certain wholesome inatten
tion is perhaps tho host treatment. Try
to allow your child to bo as much like
his follows as you can; aud ahovo all
things do not make him too splendid,
for that hurt his foolings more than
anything and makes the other boys
laugh at him. The ragged Jacket, tho
poor shoos, the forlorn cap, tho decid
uous pantaloon which hits shod tho
loaves of freshness theso are not
lnughod at; they do not movo tho youth
ful soul to ridicule. It is a lovoly trait
In the character of boyhood that pover
ty is no disgraoo. Hut a velvet jacket,
a peculiar collar, hair cut in a singular
fashion, long hair especially these aro
eruol guldo-posts to tho young bully.
He makos the picturesque woaror whose
prettlness dolighu his mother suffer for
this peculiar grace most fearfully,
SUA DAY MORNING. OCTOBER 2 1881.
An jfUhetio Wifo.
"Say, I'll tell you something if you
won't blow il," was tho way one man
saluted another on Twelfth street yes
terday. "All right go ahead."
'You won't give it away until I say
"Not a word."
'Well, my wifo has got to be an tea-
"Suro's your born. I have suspected
that she was working that way for some
time past, but it's only within a day
or two that 1 becamo positive"
"Well, that's wonderful. Say, how
does she act?"
"Languid -very languid. Sho lops
around, dnwls her words, writes sad
poetry, and tho night of an old pie-tin
or a banged up chronio entrances her.
Congratulate mo on my luck,"
"I do I do. That is-"
"Don't build hopes to fast. lie sure
you are right and then go ahead. I
labored for it whole year under the de
lusion thntjtny wife was developing as an
lesthctic, and when I came to talk with
her futln r ho said she was always moro
than half-idiot by nature. Go slow
go slow. Tho difference between an
ti slhetio and a fool is so mighty small
that you can't afford to make a mistake
and be placed in a box."
Grave judges, and others learned In
tho law, have contributed their qtioto.
as in duty bound, to the common stock
of popular sayings, ft is Fritnci.i
P.acon who speaks of matters that
"come home to men's busiuoss and
bosom," who lays down the axiom that
"Knowledge is power," and who utters
that solemn warning to enamored l!e
nedicts, "Ha that hath a wifo and
children hath given hostages to for
tune." We have the nittliority of
the renowned Sir F.dward Coko for de
claring that "Corporations have no
soul-." am) that "A man's house is his
castle." Tim expression, "An acci
dent is an accident, " is borrowed from
Lord Thtirlow. "The greatest happi-.
ness of the greatest number," occurs in
iJentham, but as an ackuowleged trans
lation from tho learned jurist, lieccaria.
To Leviathan Hobhcs we owe tho sago
maxim, "Words are wise men's coun
ters, but tho money of fools." It is
John Selden who suggests that by
throwing a straw into the air you may
sec the way of the wind ; and to his
contemporary Oxenstiern is due tho
discovery, "With how little wisdom tho
world is governed." Machintosh first
used tho phrase "A wise and masterly
inactivity." "Tho schoolmaster is
abroad," is from a speech by Lord
Piioughain. It does not mean that tho
teacher is "abroad" in the sense of
being absent, a3 many seem to inter
pret tho phrase, but that he is "abroad"
in tho sense of being everywhere at
work. In tho familiar phrase, "A de
lusion, a mockery, and a suaro," thcro
is a certain Hiblical ring, which has
sometimes led to its beinrr quoted aa
from one or other of tho Hobrow pro
phets; the worda aro, in fact, an ex
tract from tho judgment of 1ml Den
man at the trial of O'Connell. Cham
bers' Jvitntnl. ... ,-
30 DAYS TRIAL
June 13, 1876.
ve will send on thirty day trial
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the Jtatc of Illinois. Copyrighted July
, 1877, Under Art of ConKreas.
P. . SCIU'H Prealdent
C. T. ltL UU Vice President
J. A. (jOLliSTINK Treasurer
1. J. OOKDON Medical Adviaer
THOMAS I.RW18 Sfcretar-
JU11N C. W111TK Asslatant Secretary
KXKCUTIVK COM M 1TTKE:
II. LKKillTtlN, I., h. THOMAS,
W. V. PITCriEK.
J. H. McOAIIKV.
William Stratton, of Stratum A Bird, wholetal.
Krocur; Paul O. Schuh, wholuaale and retail drui--i;it
:.Ha.oD LeiKhton, commlasioa merchant; Jan.
8. Afrtinhey, lumhitr dealer; J. ,1. (iordon, pbyi
Iclan; J. A. (loldntlno, of ()oldtlne tt Koeenwater,
wholesale and retail dry KiMida, etc; Wm.K. Pitch
er, mineral au'ent; Henry II, Ellis, city printer aoil
hook hinder; Chesluy llaynii, Cooper; Jno. C.
White, Hitiint secretary and ollr.ltor: Albert
l.ewi, m aler in Hour anil irraln; r . llro, preal
dent Alexander I'ountv Hank ; (1. W. llendrlcka,
contractor and hiitliler; t'vrua Close, Kuneral
aijent; Tlioma l.ewla, aecrelary aud attorney at
law; I,, H, ThouiDH, liroom maniitactnrer; W. K
Kuael, contractor and builder; O. T, Ktidd
Bu-entC. Kt. b. AN. O. rallnoad;Moii Phllllp.rar
petiter; II . A. Chumhley, contractor, Cairo, 111.,
ltev. ,1. Spencer, clurKviiiati, St I.eui, Mo.; J. H,
ltethnne, circuit clerk, Milippl county, Charles
ton, Mo. ; ). H. Mooru , lawyer, Commerce, Mo.;
U. HiiiKlelHrv, phvirlan, Arlington, Ky.; J. W.
Tarry, phvalclun, Kulton, Kv.; Wm. Kyau, farmer,
Murrv, Kv. ; A. Stelnharh, manulacturer of tad
dlerv, Kvanaville, lnd ; Ike Anderson, aecretary
to Kiiperlntelident (". St. I.. & N O. railroad, Jack
hoii, Tenn.;J. S. liohurlnon, phvaician, White
vlllu, Tenn. ; Thomaa A, Oahorti, harne maker,
llollvar, Tetin. ; Wm. L. Walker, "DlxltJ Adver
lialtiK Aen 3 ," Ilollv Sprlni:, Mint
Benj. F. Gkakton, Stoiiy B. Ladd
Hamikht E. Taink.
Lulu Commissioner of Patents,
PA INK, GRAFTON & LADD,
Atloruey at Law and Sollrllor of Americas and
412 FIFTH BTKKKT, WASHINGTON, D. C.
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Patent (illlcu, and In tho Supreme and Circuit
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on iuculpt of Htamp for postage,
STUVKH AND T1NWAHE,
ALL S0BTS, SIZES AND STYLES
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COTTER & BHEET-IRON WARS
ALL KINDS OF JOB WOHI DOME TO 0RDIB.
NO. 97 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo, - , Illinois