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THE DAILY . CAIRO BULLETIN; TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL tj 1882.
GREAT Germ DESTROYER.
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MoNDiT Etbnino, Aug. 21,1883.
The weather hai been cold and damp
Since the tornado Saturday and although
there has been do rain, neither hai thcro
been a clear eky. The temperature is
higher this evening ud another warm
tpell ii undoubtedly at hand.
The market In (jonoral are weak and un
eettlcd. There I no stability in present
alueeand buyers are holding off unwil
ling to tako hold of a down market.
Transactions aro confined 1 to the order
FLOUll Tlio market rules quiet and
dull and buyers only take what is abso-,
lately necessary to fill their orders. Stocks
are large in nearly all grades.
UAY Flat. There is no demand at
for anything. Receipts have been largo
ati the market is greatly overstocked.
CORN rrlces are shaky and buyers are
off. The market is weak and over sup
plied for the demand.
OAT8-Slow sale. Tho supply is largo,
demand small and prices aro weak.
MEAL Prices aro steady at quotations-
of last week, too low at present prices of
BRAN Scarce and in good demand.
BUTTER quiet and rather dull. This
is not so much owing to lock of demand as
to the high prices that rule.
OOS The market opens weak and
prices have a downward tendency.
POULTRY The market holds firm
with a steady demand for all that arrives.
POTATOES We note a fair demand
for choice table potatoes, and a fair supply
in the market.
Sales and Quotations.
HOTS. Tie pricci Here given are Tor tales from
firet handttn round loU. Aa advance It
chanted for broken lota in fliltnBorders.
800 Various grade, on orders...
90 bbll patent. . . .
100 bbls family.
100 bbl fancy
800 bbl Choice
Scare choice timothy
3 care good mixed -
1 car Kilt edge timothy aoid early..
Scare prime --
t care choice mliod, in bulk on track 78
t car choice white In bulk.
tcara whim mixed in bulk.......
icare mixed ..........
8 cars choice In bnlk on track.
6 ear mixed In bnlk
8 cart mixed In sacks del
No. S Red, per bo....
No. t Medlierenean.
COO bbll City S W&4 00
Bound lot a.
80 bbls choice S 00&) 15
SOO pounds strictly choice Northern 85
4)10 pounds Southern Illinois M
210 pounds good nurUioru... 30
&Wpo'inds gilt edged packed 35a
n dozen ..... - 14
70U dozen 14
live choice on&n 00
9 coops mixed 2 75.3
coop choice hut-...... S tXiiA 50
SO bush. Michigan peach blows.
100 bbls. " feachb)ows...,
50 bbls. common.
80 bbls. choice...
Per barrel 7 50&8 00
Tab washed ,
Plain hams none
B. C. llama 14
Clear sides 13
Buouldure ... 10
8t. Johns , t 55
ObloWver . 1 1)
fit bushel burlaps.
buebel ' .
8 buebel " .
Orangee, choice per box
Lemons choice per box.
4 otviM 5
3 7K44 txt
Peaches, halves and quarters
Choice aavr .
Oholca medium ....
ptf FlUt choice
6rri.it--.. ....... ....
(Jfta StltwiNW IHNWMNMMHMMH. I IWM
y aeep peltsi4ry'..MMMMmM..MMMM....
.13 7NJW 00
, 3 txni 4 00
4 7n3 5
, 5 5i$ f I
, soa 8 r
RATU8 OF FUBIQIIT.
A Trareller Dlcken with a Dakota Chief for ro
tables from his Farm.
Quo. day at tho Yanktonian apmey,
locate! on tho corner of Pojilnr Creek
and trie Missouri River, I besought a
chief that lie dicker with ruo fur a head
of lettuce and a few bunches of radishes.
I should say thnt his farm was about
fourUM'n feet long by seven wide, and
looking from tho farm to him, it was
difficult to decide which presented tho
greater aspect of fertility. Hut he wns
a chief ana a man of land, and must ba
approuched with mingled respect and
"No, comrade," he replied, with nil
air of stately grace: "tho Great Spirit
haa hold of tho other end of those plauto,
and they don't como up till he Bhoves
them." (Not his exact language, but a
I pointed out to him that tho whole
business was going to seed; that in a
few days longer they would bo unlit to
eat, and his wholo crop of ninety-eight
square feet would be ruined, unless he
dug it up and found a market
Thereat he knocked me down with an
unanswerable argument .
"Comrade, when those shrubs started
in, they were small. You could havo
carried tho whole outlying district in
your mouth. They got bigger and big
ger, until they arc what you see them
now. Shall I pull them up, and lose the
interest? Nay, comrade; tliey shall stop
wljcre they are until they are full sire,
and then there will bo feaoting In the
tent of Potleg."
"That's an Indian's idea of farming,
ilo won't harvest, for fear that his crop
might gro v larger if lot alone, and ho
permits it to run to 6eed. The agents
eay that is tho worst difficulty they have
to overcome. After little bribing, they
can induce an Indian to plant, and then
ho will watch his farm con amore. Hut
to make him take in his crop has so far
proved an impossibility, ana so tho seed
goes to waste whilo wo wait for bim to
educate up to a harvester.
I told Potleg he was a great man, and
a.ked him who owned the grave next to
his. That belonged to another savage,
who was temporarily absent skirmish-"
ing for a hoc. The bargain was easily
made. Potleg had no conscientious
scruples, and I made him a present of
what few 1 had, and went back to camp
with my pockets full of vegetables. Per
haps the other aborigine missed them,
and helped himself from Borne other
patch. I shall never know, but what
ever he did mado no impression on the
sublime dignity of my friend Potleg, or
his abiding faith in the efl'ect of time on
crops. Ldler in Brooklyn Eagle.
Curious Benefit of Brought.
Drought is dreaded by farmers and
gardeners, because it injures grass and
grain, fruits and flowers. IJut scientific
obscrverstcstify that it brings, as a com
pensation, subtle gifts which enrich the
soil and increase future crops.
Nature has stored in the earth a rich
supply of phosphates, silicates, carbon
ates and other chemical salts essential to
vegetable life. Those on the surfaeo of
tho ground are soon exhausted, and the
largo supply at greater depths is often
unreached by sub-soil ploughing.
But a drought is nature's sub-soil to
bring up tho rich nutriment below.
When the surface is parched, tho sun
draws moisture from the deeper soil,
and this moisture brings with it, in solu
tion, salta of lime and magnesia, of pot
ash and soda. Tho moisturo evapor
ates, but leaves tho salts for the uso of
plants ami grain.
Drought, therefore, docs a double
work. It parches the surfaeo and less
ens tho present crop. It forces up rich
nutriment from the deeper soil and en
larges future crops.
She Wanted to Try It Qr.ce,
She spit out her wad of gum and en
tered a store on Pearl street. The n;s
thetic clerk laid aside his "What Oscar
Wilde knows about Sunflowers," which
he had been perusing with diligenco, and
giving tho tips of his mustache a twirl
with his spotless fingers, gracefully ap
proached tho fair form, and leaning over
tho counter, articulated silvery phonetics
interrogating as to whether ho could bo
of any advantage to her in breaking tho
monotony of tho situation. She jrazed
at the fair-haired apostle of the beautiful
for a moment, and reaching down, sho
drew a bundle from uuder her arm and
said: "Well, hero's a pair of shoos that
mother sold eggs anil buyed for me.
liut I ve beam about girls being squeezed
to death with corsets, and I want ter
swap these shoes for one just to seo how
it would scent to h squeezed once.
LouldiT (C'oi.) News.
The Southern Detective.
By JUDS0N Ii. TAYLOR,
Author of The Indian Detective, UlpKy Itklr,
cu t. lit;.
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Prophylactic Fluid !
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Scurvy cured In abort
Teller dried up.
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Yellow fever eradicated.
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r l'nt, jut ii., .nay loin. ijb '.
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