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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 8, 1882.
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Something About the Niiwlv Discovered Explosive
Tho prc-einincnco loni' enjovud by
dynamite iisnti explosive! power lias now
at lust irovola'il a rival. Tlio new agcnl;
of desirtiction has received the nam.) of
Paiielnstite, ami is highly spoken of by
those who havu assisted at the prelimi
nary tests of its ellieaey. The two com
petitors of the highest honors in this
branch of the: art of killing wro pilled
formerly against one another at the
port of Cherbourg a few days ago, when
the old-pstablishod favorite seems to
have been beaten by several length.
The experiments were conducted in this
way. A number of holes were bored at
low water in the rocks which are cover
ed when the tide comes in. Some of
them were tilled with mining charges of
dynamite, and some with 'panclastite,
but the quantity of tlio former was in
each case double that of the latter.
Nevertheless, when the diaries weve
fired beneath the sea the elVocts of the
explosion were invariably, us it is said,
muoh more severe in the ease of the
new than of the old compound. The
trial was repeated several times in dif
ferent place by placing the rival
charges in different format iyiis of rocks,
but always with the same result. Nor
is it necessary for there to be more re
sistance to the one than to the other
agent. When a charge of panclastite
was laid at the side of a railway line
and ignited it shattered the metal into
pieces and did .still more damage to the
sleeper than would have been done by
dynamite. The credit of the new com
pound seems, therefore, to bo establish
ed beyond the risk of doubt. There is,
however, this important dillVivnce be
tween it and the old agent of destruc
tion, which may lie deemed tui. advan
tage for one or the other, according to
the purpose intended. The force neces
sary for exploding dynamite is repre
sented by the blow of a 12-pound iron
weight dropped on it from a height of
about nine inches, and common mining
gunpowder is exploded by the same
weight from a height of about two feet.
Panclastite, however, will not explode
when struck by the same weight at any
height less than thirteen feet, so that it
is apparently a safer tis well as a more
"lie lisped," says Forney's l'rooress,
"and bis name w-V. Mr. Carr, and one
of his latniiy being id hue in the night
lie ran to th" drug - tore and rang tho
night, bell. , head appeared at the
third stoiv window, and a oice de
manded. Who's iheiv!'' -Mis in-Carr,'
WHii the reply,
the next car.1
Bandy ol tii.it
I e'in'1 help that; take
:;". lent wciit tlie win
I h i Imd no rib'd and
i i..' ei ,w iuced of the
A missionary who once labored in
Pike county, Pennsylvania, relates that
during his first visit to that benighted
region he commenced a sermon by say
ing: "As many of you, my brethren, as
know Jesus, will please stand up," Ho
paused to observe the etl'ect of his invi
tation, but nobody rose. Finally an old
woman upon whose mind it dimly
dawned that an apology whs necessary,
got up and remarked: "I don't remem
ber any sich a man, and I s'pose it's
chum) l'ike county folks never sees no
When is a soldier like a watch? whou
h mark time.
It Is rarely the case that we read the
Chicago Inter Ocean because wo disliko
a humorous paper, and as a rule read
thoso publications that enrich the mind
and add to the strength of the intellec
tual faculties. Wo just happened, how
ever, to catch the following, under the
hcad'of "Trado Towers" and referring
to the new board of trade building:
"He not Hlarmed, gentle or gallant
reader. A great stretch of columns docs
not mean, of necessity, either prolixity
or ponderosity, nnd, "therefore skip it
not in this instance, for to you individu
ally and affectionately it is dedicated.
How In a paragraph pray tell a fellow
that! can any adequate mention bo
made of the Chicago Hoard of Trado and
its current efflorescence, architeettially,
into the consumale pink that, now
springing majestically from a bed of
granite, marblo and sculpture, will soon
have to lift its sun-kissed petals fully 300
feet into tho air. Loftiness, substjvntial-
itv. and eraeeworthv of its builders, and
of tho imperial city they have so largely
reared and now and ever represent so
uniquely and gloriously."
Tins explains where tho Sweet Singer
of Michigan went to when people thought
she was kidnapped. When people told
us that she had been garroteU ami
thrown into Lake Huron, we said to our
selves, no, she is not dead. Julia cannot
possibly bo dead. Some more horrible
fate has befallen her. Sho is on the
Inter Ocean stall', eating sour paste and
jerking poesy out of her system for her
Ves, these musical gobs of high-priced
)ofiey came from Julia. Wo know Ju
ia's style the moment we see it. It is
the polonaise style of free, unfettered,
"Current efflorescence architect ually in
to the consummate pink that now spring
ing majestically from a bed of granite
lifting its sun-kissed petals," and some
other things like that, are Julia's. Ju
lia is a poet oven in prose. She can't
help it. Sho was horn that way and
then while still a little girl got a blow on'
the head from a fire and burglar proof
safe that fell out of a third story window
on her bump of ideality.
Since that time she lias been unable, to
rccogni.H the faces of friends, and all
she can do is to w rite blank verse for
the Inter Ocean. The managing editor
just lies her to the city editor's desk so
that she can't get out on the street and
run away, and then ho tells her to write
tip a kirfd of Walt Whitman wad of
stuiV that don't mean anything, and
which is therefore regarded as word
Later on, the poet gnashes her teeth,
and comes at us again in this Mvlo:
"The tabulated ligures of business
transacted rise up story upon story, cu
pulo upon mansard, Hag-pole upon tow
er, a not less massive memorial to the
board than tho vast new Chamber of
Commerce about to overtop and dwarf
its tete-a-tete neighbors, the Cram!
l'acific hoi'-l md the Union depot. The
cattle of a thousand hills, the grain of a
continent, the bristle-snouted beauties of
a hemisphere! -the multitudinous enu
meration is denied."
How do you like that? lid old Sir
Walter Scott in his palmiest days ever
trill anything like that? "Uri.-lle-snout-ed
beauties of a hemisphere!" Now who
does sho mean by that? If we had been
boarding at the (irand Pacilio when that
article was published, wo would have
gone over to the Inter Ocean woodshed
and secured a stick of cord wood, and
then wc would have gone up the eleva
tor, leaving death and humau fragments
upon every tloor. .
1 o you suppose that we would board
at th'-'Crand racilie and pay four dol
laisa day and then be called "aetea-tele
neighbor" and a "bristle-snouted beau
ty of a hemisphere?" Notexaetly. When
we pay our bills it, will be a cold day
when we will let ir poet or any other ob
ject of charity call us the "bristle-snouted
beautv of a hemisphere."
Farther on the poet tunes her lyre to
a lager beer concern and says soma very
touchful things at seventy-live cents a
line and board. The true poet loves to
write About beer and other beautios of
nature. Illinois hogs and Milwaukee
lager beer are the best Ihings in the
world to write a sonnet on. They say
you can go to the Inter Ocean oflico at
any time and get a good two column
poem on the hog, by giving the poet a
link of pork sausage as a guarantee of
good faith. Why, poetry in Chicngo is
as plenty this year as pumpkins and
politieiaiM. If you want an odeto a car
load of Wjomimr .'1-year-old steers yon
can go over onto the west side, and get
a long-haired man by giving him afresh
liver, to write something that will make
you got right up and howl.
The board of trade ought to bo proud
of those eighteen columns of colic-inspired
verse, desciiptive of nothing ,md
meaning nothing under heaver, but, so
much per line. When the Inter Ocean
sweet singer gets an order for a poem,
she just aks what it is to be about, and
how long it is to be, and then she lets
her hair down, loosens her corset laces
a little, so that sho won't, be hampered
any, ami then she sails in. She don't
care for expense, but just shells out
high-primal sentiments like these, just
as if times were good ami money
Again sho says: "In a review like the
present, tho skeleton of fact becomes
endowed with plumpness and llesh tiuly
through the diet of reminiscence."
How would the gentle reader like to
live two or three weeks on "a diet of
reminiscences?" How would he like to
sit down to a pickled memory, with
slices of fond recollection and fried re
gret? How would deviled remembrances
hiuI fricasseed mementoes do with pre
vious pio and corn-starch oblivion? lint
wo cannot follow this thing up. It is
too depressing in Ms tendencies, and wo
wonder that a humorous paper like the
Inter Vet tin would monkey with so much
sadness. Hilt N;c.
How to Mako Home Happy.
An article is (now going the rounds
entitled: "How to Make Homo Hap
py." The article doesn't state that the
following is the way, but it is, though,
just the .same;
Hie unui'l piano , l,(tr
Lunnirv ih itets
Nimuier at Newpmt
sru - II liekels fur opel',1 ,
r'asli.in:ili!e jewelry . . . .
dyspeptic or constipated, should address,
with two stumps for pamphlet, World's Dis
pensary Medical Association, Bullalo, N.Y.
An KnglMi actre-s and singer, put
down in the bills as "Miss" is a ni'irried
woman. She is now performing in
Philadelphia, 'T cannot tell you," she
said to a reporter, "how glad 1 am to
find tied . tbor" is no -masher's row' in
American theaters. It is a great annoy
ance to an "dress in London to have
two or three rows of the front seats tilled
wiih the fops in evening dress, who stare
rudely at her all the time with opcra-jrlas.-es,
and pester her with notes con
raining invitations to supper. A gen
tleman sent round a white camellia,
with a request that I would wear it the
next evening, lie would be in the front
row of the stalls, wearing a similar white
tlowcr, to enable mo to recognize him,
and asked me to sup with him after the
performance. I told my husband, and
he went to the club and brought fifteen
men, who all purchased seats in the
front row, and wore white camellias in
their buttonholes. My admirer appear
ed, and I wore the tlowcr. He got into
a dreadful state when ho found the rest,
of tho men wearing similar flowers, ami
tried by gestures to draw my particular
attention. I took no notice of him, how
ever; nevertheless he came to the stage
door after the performance. My hus
band received him and gave him a
Old Oood man went to some English
opera, when he was in Chicago, of tho
Alice Oates variety. He came home a
very wrathful man. "llon't talk to me
any more about givin woinun the, bal
lot'," he roared. "If ever I ealeh a wife
or daughter of mine daiiciu' in a neck
lace and a pair of .-. ! i j in r-, somebudy'll
have to read the ri"t ::c before the bal
lot is half o i--. 1 d i.l't e::re u ho trie.- lo
Stop ll'e." And tie: C-o 'ecitl !:ir:s
haven t dared a " onr'.o . n,i a;
wear bangs fr-ioi I1 :.l da m il.is.
Who has not seen the lair, fresh young
girl transformed in a kw months into the
pule, haggard, dispirited woman? The
(pirkling eyes are dimmed, and the riiii'
ing laugh heard no more. Too often the
causes are disorders of tho system which
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The Wrong Plan.
It is said Sara Hernhardt is having a
great deal of trouble since she married,
owing to the fact that while sho is on
the stage, her husband, Damala, is be
hind the scenes flirting with the other
girls of the company. This is pretty
tough, but Sara should try and make it
up by being unusually loving to some
actor. Sho could easily learn how to
do it, and it would enhance her value as
an artist. When she was here, and
played Camille, it seemed to us sho took
the wrong cour.so with her lover In
stead of going up to him gently, looking
at him lovingly, and winding her arms
around him, and hugging him, and
showing him by her every movo that
she loved him, (it is hard for us to dos
cribo how it should bo done without a
working model,) and telling him that
he was the boss, and that she worshiped
him, and would rather be in bis arms
an hour than be in heaven all summer,
she seemed to jump at him hysterically,
snatch him around by the collar, fall
onto him and stick her. finger nails in,
and muss his clothes, and grin and show
her teeth and wrinkles, and look sick.
Sara ought to see Marv Anderson or
one of our American girls climb around
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