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THE DAILY CAIRO BLLLETIN; SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 18, 1881.
Tho Pratt coal mines of Alabama
liave been sold to a northora company
The nrivileffo-tar nald bv tho whisk v
dealers of Mississippi is said to amount
A comimnv is bolncr formed todevelon
tho Cahawba coal lields on tho line of
the Selma, Ilorae and Dalton railroad.
After tho city of Worcester, Mass.,
had exponded $9,000 in erecting an
engine-house, it was discovered that
the city had no titlo to tho land
Many Hoston capitalists are interest
ed in tho Inverness Oil and Land com
pany, of Nova Scotia, which lias bought
twi'tity-fivo thousand acres of oil land
in (Jape ISreton.
At isig Ureek, Ark., a hugo cata
mount, caused a stampede among tho
stock in a large pasture. It followed
tho cattlo to the house, went into tho
yard, "cleared out" the dogs, and then
went under tho house for a rest. A
gun was discharged and so was tho
Waiter," called Fenderson, at tho
eatinghouso, "this is tho worst steak I
ever encountered; it's just like leather.
"Indeed!' sai1 tho waiter, his lace
lighting up with pleasure, "I'm gladto
hear you say so, sir. J hero is nothing
like leather, vou know."
Tho population of Kuroka Springs,
Ark., is about fifteen thousand. Dur
ing the heated summer months it went
down probably to twelve thousand, hut
mJw 1i is increasing daily. Hrick chim
neys and plastered rooms are coming
into fashion in Kureka Springs; so are
glass windows, in the rural districts of
Suits ngainst tho Emma Mining com
pany in Utah have been compromised,
anu mo worKing oi me mice win iiroi
ably be resumed. This tmma mine,
through certain swindling operations,
became one of the most notorious in the
country, hnghsh parties lost largo
sums of money in it, and that it is in
the hands of a new company, if any
richness should be discovered, there
would be a new howl.
Tho (inestion who shall administer
the estate of the lato Mark Hopkins is
before a San Francisco court. Mrs.
Hopkins was lately removod as admin
istrator. The public administrator aoks
for it. His application is opposed by
:ho legal heirs. Moses Hopkins is pro-
lented fur the position bv Mrs. Hopkins,
and ho is opposed by Samuel F. Hop
kins, as incompetent. The property ia
valued at .I5,0W,0W.
Cap. Maxwell, a British naval officer,
who has been cruising with his ship in
ho western 1 acihe, writes home that i
Miking peculiarity of the Ellico island
ers is tlie entire aiwnea ol arms among
them. He did not see a club or rpear,
jr any weapon whatever, either in tho
amis or houses oi ttieso names,
I'miapi, in the Caroline islands, ho was
trn.viv impre-sed wiiu mo magnitude
and ioliility ol tno resiliences oi iormer
chiefs, now in ruins. On one islet no
found lour rouiplete squares built one
in '.ho other. With walls, some of them
thirtv-five f'let hi'h and twelve thick.
Hv the w ill of ihe late Josiaii parsons
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Cooke, of iioMon, So'tO is lett for
ninimmnnt at North am i ton. Miss., to
Mai. Aaron Cooke, one of the lir
nettler of Northampton, who die I in
if.'io. I'rof. Cooko. r.f ll .rvaid. on of
the testator, in romplbm e has orderei
a sarconhajus of pink Quincv granite.
seven I j"t broad and live feet ten inches
high. A fac-similo of the original steno
is graven on the sarcophagus, and the
stone itself I, inlaid 'iii tho new monu
ment Water was being bored for at Woud-
villc, Jeffers-m county, N. Y., and when
forty-seven feet below the surface a
fountain of water and ga.s was reached,
;uid the drill, weighing six hundred
pounds, was thrown up, and the water,
thick with some mineral solution, was .
also thrown twentv-livo feet in the i air, i
a targe quantity of gas escaping at the
SaniO lime. it pipe was liucncu uu
hi... n .itl n .niinnnj tn tl.,u. Sir find
UID nil v, ..Miiim. .v. .......
oiie-1.; p niiidsof water was boiled
lowu tO one-fourth pounds, when it be-!
I! I . t.t..l. I.,., m u.ili,,,
ailll) BOllll lll.'Kiei, WHICH 11113 onilllu,
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nngent tasip, iho latter resembling'
The latest "rush" in Idaho is to the j
trOri.- ruiKi uuuut imu-uu iuur unu.u
Ketchnm, where a ledge two and a half 1
Heet wi le of milling ore that
nn.u t a i
tho thoinands was discovered recent-
By. The discovery was purely accident-
L.t A t.r . . .... alln.tn.l fftt tt l.itl.Fn
U. I I' l 'v7v LVJ I OHIlIJIA IIVIU I IVJVIL;VI
f orerhaniu rock into tho waUir. In
rnwlingon the bank ho saw nntivo
fcilver and copper stains protruding
trora a crevice. A few minutes' work
iroved the existenco of a ledgo.
liooiaii cars, uioso wnicu navo a
Iriver but no conductor, aro command-
nn the attention of tho New lork So-
iety for the Prevention of Accidents.
Scanning sidewalks for passengers,
vatchin"; tho fare-box and looking after
is horse, etc,, is believed to be too
nuch for one man to do. It is con
ended tlmt a conductor would lessen
lie number of accidents on jtho tram-
Miss Hrtuldon m trying to bring
cott's novels within "the reach of tho
oor and needy," is not satisfied with
neivlv condensing them. Tho London
foiturday lievieio says sho has not only
bridged Scott, but has altered Rim. in
llob Hov." she has recast tho plot,
tipprossod whole characters, corrected
ho Scotch and added touches to tho
jumor. I ne jccvicw says tno nrnuu-
nized story "opens with ft ridiculous
cone, which for ita folly would bo a
isgraco evon to one of Miss liraddon
About a milo north of Durangn, A.T.,
i a wonderful mountain of golid iron
ro callod tho Corro del Moreado. Tho
ro is said to bo entirely free from plios
hor nnd sulphur, and to assay from 60
75 per cont. of pure iron. That part
f tho mountain abovo the ground
lenswes 5,250 long, 1.200 font broad,
nd 702 feet high. Tho iron produced
so soft that it bonds and twists liko
, ax, and will bear comparison with
lie best Norway.
In recent explorations In tho foothills
t tho Cnscado rango, Washington Tor
itory, thoro was discovered in a wldo
dgo of conglomerate and trap rock
lio pntrtiimi remains oi inousanua
sn salmon, smeir, ana cou. in nv
minting to romovo spocimons of oaoli
ind with Implements at nanu, inoy
ore broken, ana provoa to De as naru
nd white as flint on tho inside Ihe
llevatlon above the sea level is fully
ftoou huadi'ed f cot whoro tho potriUoa-
Hons wuro found.
A young Imly croalml qulta a Hernia
tion in tin puiiliu high Buhool ia Sua
Antonio, Tux., rnrontly. After an al
eoneo of 8nveral wookrt, lior condition
fihowed plainly Unit hIio was enceinta.
Shu told tliu touchers that her undo
had lockud lior in a room during the
absence of lior stopnioth:i, and with a
drawn pistol compelled her to submit
to his IkmhI'ihIi desiro Thin informa
tion is obtained from tho scholars pros
out at tlio tinio. 'J lio parties aro ro
spectiiblo piopln, and therefore- tho
narntis are wiihhoUl.
Nearly twenty years havo elapsed
ninco work, upon tho llito mino of Mari
posa, (Jul., lirst. commenced, and not
withstanding the labor of developing
has been vigorously pushed during that
time, and a great amount of gold ex
tracted therefrom, the mino at the
present, comparatively speaking, is in
U primitive statu, undeveloped and
unexplored. With all the vigor at the
command of capital and b-st manage
ment, it will reipiiro another twenty
years to fathom and develop tho re
nounces of this great mine.
At Tuscarora. Nev., recently, Orrin
Harris and Willie Tipplo, aged about 9
or 10 years, descended the Jladder in a
disused aluft of tho Young America
mine to the sixty-foot level, where
through some mishap their lights wore
extinguished. Wi ile growing around
in tho dark they both foil ilnvvn an in
cline to a funh'T depth of from sixty to
one hundred feet. Instead of being in
stantly killed, as anybody but boys
would have been, they both wero aide
to clanihiT to tho surf ice without assis
tance. Young II irris escaped with a
few slight bruises, while Tipple sustain
ed severe wounds and a slight fracture
of tho skull.
"What horrid weather!" exclaimed
Calina's mistress, one day last week.
"Yes, madam; and the worst of it is, us
long as this doesn't change, wo can'f
expect any thing l.e'tei!"
"Tho last time I saw Miss X.," said
a nobleman speaking of a well-known
actress to a witty dramatist, "was at a
morning j rformance, and she had
grown so stout that sho almost filled
tho b- X'" '(), that's nothing!" said
tho ready playwright. "There was a
time when sho tilled the theatre."
IIkadaciik is eU'eetu.'illy cured by
WIUOU'lV I Ml AN VKiiKTAIil.K PII.I.8, which
cleanse the bowels and pur.l'y the blood. (1 )
Borukn, Seuxck it Co.. St. L"uis, sell
the best and cheapest Cur Starter made
With it one man can move a freight car. (1)
Catauiwi ci kki), health and sw eet breath
secured by Shiloh's C.tarrh Keincd . Price
y cents. Nasal Injector free. Paul O.
SctiUli, Agem, 4
"H. KM.nvs (;I(.;,t Xerve Ui storer is the
marvel of hc ai,e flir a; xt.rV(i )isl.llfcs
All nts s;,,,,.! f rt,e. s,.n,l to 'JJl Arch
street, Ilnludclpiiiu, lVnn.
NAi.v all the ills that atUirt mankind
can I'Oprevi-nted and cured by keeping the
sio'ha. li, hver and kidneys in perfect work
'"rs srder. There is no medicine known
that will do this as iprckly and surely,
wdt.lout interlVrin with your duties as
i'ker's timber Tunic. Si;e advertisement.
Fun lame back, side or chest, use Shiloh's
f orous riaster.
cents. Paul G
The London Lancet.
The London Linccnt says: "Many
life ha been ohvo'I by thy moral courage of
the BUllerer, and many a nte bus lcn b ived
by taking SPKINd HLOS-cM i:i rase of
'jiliousfever, indigestion on.vi
Price 50 cents, trial bottles b
CI. Schuh, Agent.
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Bllfel ri.,r,lin,.(1 ,,y ,in , p,,..,r-.
Halsam. which is much admi.cd 1'
. perfume, clearliness and
landru i' 1 nidi, at-
Siiii.oii's Cotroii mid I'oiiMini;
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they are reliable.
Siin.on's Vit.u.i.ku is what you need for
Constipation, Loss of Appetite, Dizziness
and all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10
and 73 cents per bottle. Paul G. Schuh,
Mil. J. M.vhsii, bank of Toronto, Out.,
writes: "Biliousness and dyspepsia seem
to have grown up with me; having been a
sufferer for years, I have tried many reme
dies, but with no lasting result until I used
your BURDOCK BLOOD BITTEKS.
They have been truly a blessing to me, and
I cau t speak too highly of them."
Price $ 1.00, trial'size 10 cents. Taul O.
That hacking cough can be so quickly
cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it.
Paul G. Schuh, Agent. 1
Short Bn atli.
(). liortle, Manchester, N. Y., was trou
bled with asthma for eleven years. Had
uecn onngeii to sit up sometimes ten or
twelve nights in succession. Found imme
diate relief from THOMAS' ECLKCTKIC
OIL, and is now entirely cured. Paul G.
Choit, WiiooriMi Corn n and Bronchitis
immediately relieved by Shiloh's Curo.
Paul G. Schuh, Afent. 8
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If your liver Is affected you will find a shure restor
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If you have any epoctes of bumor or pimple, fall
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If you bavc any slmptoms of ulcers or scrofulous
iureH, a curative remedy will be found In
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Indian Blood Syrup.
Dvspcpsla. Liver Ills
fHHeN, Fever and Akuc
Heart Disease, Ililliuin
iicss, Nervous Debility
THE BEST REMEDY KNOW.V TO MAN!
Twelve Tliousiiiul Bottles
SoW Since 1870!
ThlS hVTllp limincF. vi?M ,
umu'Fi ov nivaiine ia me ihuvh, which
the starch and sueur of the food lntoclucuse A
deficiency in ptyaline causes wind and souring of
the fond in tlie stomach. If the mcdiche 3 uacn
immediately after eating, the ferment allon ol loed
It nets upon thf Liver,
It arts upon the Kidneys,
It Regulates the Bowels,
It Purifies tlie Blood.
It Quiets the Nervous System,
It l'romotes Digestion,
It .Nourishes, Strengthens anil Invigorates,
It rnrriesotr tlie Old Wood anil makes New,
It Opens the Pores of the Skin end Induces
It nentrallr.es tho hereditary taint, or poison in
the Mood, which generates Scrofula, Ervslpelas,
tin I all manner of ftkln Diseases and Internal hu-
There are no spirits employed In its manufacture
and It can he taken by the most delicate babe, or by
the aged and feeble, care only being required In at
teutl. d to directions.
tiiilva, Henry County, Ills.
I was suffering from Sick Headache and Dizzi
ness so that I could not attend to my household du
ties, and a short trial of Dr. Clark Johnson's Indi
an Wood Syrup eflucluallv cured me.
Waterman Station, DeKalb Co., Ills.
This is to certify that Dr Clark Johnson's Indian
Blood Svrup has cured mo of I'ain in the Hack. It
is a valuable medicine. MKS WOOD.
Centre Hill, White Co., Ark.
This it to certify that 1 was aflllcted with Palpi-
tnt on ol the Heart for many years l triea nil ur-
ent doctors, whoso prescriptions tended moro to
weaken ma than they did to strengthen. Iailast
res Wed to try Ur. Clark Johnson's Indian Blood
pytup, wnicn provca to do a positive cure not on
ly curing the Heart Dlsense, but also a Sick Head'
ach which had been troubling mo.
MKS MARY A. NKAL.
I was aflllcted with I.Ivor Complaint and Dysprn.
sla and failed to get relief, although using modi'
clnes from our best doctors. 1 commenced using
Dr. Johnson's Indian Blood Svrnp, and a short trial
cured me. T. W. KISlMi, Atomic, ill.
Tills certifies that. Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian
Blood Hvrnn has effectually cured mu of Dyspepsia,
Too much cannot be said in praise or it.
W. K. W1M.MKU, Bedford, Mo.
Atfonts wanted for the Mle of tho Indian Blood
Syrup in every town or vitiligo, In which 1 havo no
agent. Particulars given ou application.
DUratJISTS SELL IT.
Labratory 77 West 3d at., N. Y. City.
What will tho Weather bo To-morrowl
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In the weather IK tolM
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TUOMAH LRWI8 Hecretar-
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n. iiKKiirroN, t h. thomas,
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While, assistant secretary and solicitor: Albert
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dent Alexander Coiinly Hank; O. W. Hendricks,
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penler; 11 , A. Chiimblcy, contractor, Cairo, tils.,
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Hollvar.Tenn.i Wm. I,, Walker, "Dixie Adyer
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it never intoxicates but cures drunkenness, Norn ,
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Parker's Hair Balsam
The twcl ni mntt
euuoink'sU hair r-
nd Agents write nuti k I Territory fren.
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after 1 year's tins. Kvcry ono sold sells another. It
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very la'est labor saving wood working machinery.
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Prices $15 to $ -m. State paper you saw this ad In.
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