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THE DAILY CAlliO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MOKNINtl, MAY
rA -rtWARL BAKING P0WDEffl
f I fljlTAMBOUWOTflBISC
5 CHEAM TARTAR.
nJiirKpiiMdillwlunciiiCdu lie found
arl Baking Powder. Ia pos
'.ilnit endorsed, and testimonials
I'lioniistjiiBB. JJiuiallaya, Hi
o, of Chicago; nnd (iuBtttvm
NVvrr wild in bulk.
DREWS A CO.
Alu'liitfiui Av. 87. 2)Stf 2ti K. Water
L-1j WLirviiliti 1 .litis.
fitcuirr lo Its irtmrcr In very' ay ,
rr tba mouny trill bi rohimli'il by
tbc person from whom it wat bontbt.
Tti ontr "ir-t pronnn wd by onr lowtlm' tii .uit
Uw njtL'..uiforiblo il Krftil titt iiir Cornet "nr
PRICt, jr Mall, IVatiure Pul.li
with PmcnUi, 1.50. rVir.AdJu.llna-. St-ftO
AM.alaal Intra hear?) t '. KuralnaT, t.bU
HUU I'rwrvlnt (flnr outlli SS.no. Paraxon
Far aala by Iradi.c Krl.ll Ucalrr ftf nrwhrrr.
CHICAGO tOILSKT CO.. Cblcaso, III.
Will Think of It.
A communication, signed by fifteen
of tho leading colored citizens of Kind
ley, Ohio, inel mlinj Snow Flnlc Adams
aud Konl.ueky Jolni-ion. pctit'iniyd for a
branch Lime-Kiln Club at that place,
Mid offered to pay half the expense of
installation of ollii'iT-i, providing ltruthcr
Gardner ami Sir Isaac Wulpole eun
duet'd the ceremonies.
Satnui'l Sljin at oiico hopped up and
ohjoeteil to jrrai.iinjr n charter. Ho
onee canvassed tlie town of Findlcy to
buy a poor widow a telescope lo enable
Jut to sir tho .spot where her Inishand
was buried from a garret window, and
not oiiu penny would any colored man
Tickles Smith would also object. Ho
struck that town livo years ago with ti
new make of lighting-razor, warranted
lo stand in any climate and disembowel
a constable in three iniimn's, :unl he
failed to sell on'1, The colored popula.
lion boldly informed him that they pre
ferred sled-slakes and brick-bats for
weapons of oIl'i'iiMi and defense.
Trustee Piilllmek also knew the town.
Ho went there tostart tho whitewashing
business ten years ago, nnd had his dog
poisoned the very tirst night.
HrotherGardner said the letter would
be tiled nnd the request investigated nt
a later date, ami thu meeting then ad
ht A Viuhtion.
"Yes I had a v ery narrow escape last
Sunday," said joung M'-ggle, n well
known Ark.'in-as fop, "i,r my horso
threw me into a deep gully, where I lay
insensible, until the. Rev. Mr. Morn's
chanced to coma along and took inu
' 1 he revereti I
g"tii!ennn did not
Violate the Sal-hat Ii
"for lie was helping
"?.. not e-i:-tl
n brother in din.
lie ias taking nn
Ahs out of the d...'ii
The Iaulc i Would Stick Out.
Having drilled my self in imitation of
a London awed who was on shipboard
with me, I thought myself perfect in tho
dialect, for dialect it i's, and going into
a shop to make mv Hist purchase tisul
tho proper English request -when nd
dressing an interior to a clerk: "I'll
look ut Moine umbrellas." I was shown
ono und the prhv was a guincii. I then
said, "I don't care to pay ho much," ....
"Oh," he replied, "we always sell ,un
boat goods to Americans." jrny,. n .,
and no lugi'.r ;,i ieiu;,t to somuT a ns aw.
-J.nti!.nt i om.'miii! mx of ('laulitn'l
: Twenty-Four llouru to Live.
Kroin John Kuhn, Lafayette, I ml., w ho
announce that ho ) uuw in "iM:rfoct
uciiu, o iiavo ino loiiowinn: "Ou
Tear ago I vu to all appcRranco in tho
lut itge of CoiiHumption. Our bint
phiaclana gave my dioo up. I finally not
to im that our doctor add I could not live
twenty four hours. My friend then pur
chanerl a bottlo of DTI. VM. HALL'S HAL
SAM FOR THE LUNGS, which cotiaidcr
abl bencflltod mo. I continued until I
took nine Uittle. I am now in perfect
health, having lined no other uiedlcluo."
DIVEeWITT 0. KELLINOER'H LINI
MENT ! an infallible euro for Klicutna
liatn, Sprains, LameneM and Diseaneiof the
Rcalp, and lor promoting tho grow th of the
Edey'a Carbolic Trouchci cute cold ind
The Daily Bulletin.
Tattflnlup Oottlo. -
Tho Ontario Agricultural College re
port enumerates the following points in
Most animals cat In proportion tothoit
weight under nrerage conditions of age,
temperature nnd fatness.
(iiro fattening cattle as much as they
will eat, and ofltimoaa clny.
Never glvo rapid changes of food, but
A good guide for a safe quantity ol
grain per (lay to maturing cattlo is ono
pound to each hundred of thoir weight;
thus an animal weighing 1,000 pounds
may receive ten pounds of grain.
Every stall feeding in the Fall will
make tho Winter's progress more certain
than 30 per cent. .
Uivo as much water and salt at all
times as they will take.
In using roots it ia one guide to give
just so much, ia association with other
tilings, so that the animal inav not tako
anv water. ' 1
In buildings, have warmth, with com
plete ventilation, without currents, but
never under 40 dg. nor over 70 dg.
A cool, damp, airy temperature will
cause animals to consume more food
without corresponding result in bone,
muscle, llesh or fat, much being used to
keep up warmth.
Stall feeding is better for fat-mnkiug
than box or yard management, irrespect
ive of health. M,
Thogrowing animal, intendod for beef,
requires a little exercise daily, to promott
muscle nnd strength of constitution
when ripo, only so much as to be able to
walk to market. , . ..
Koep tho temperature of tho body
about 100 dg. not under D5 dg. nor ovct
105 dg. Fahrenheit
Don't forget that one animal's meat
may bo another animal's poison.
It takes three days of good food to
mako up for one of bad food.
Tho faster tho fattening tho more
prolits, less food, early returns aud bet
Get rid of every fattening cattlo beast
beforo it ia three years old.
Every day an animal ia kept after be
ing prime there is a loss, exclusive of man
Tho external evidences of prinieneBU
are full rumps, Hank, twist, shoulder,
pores, vein and eye.
A good cattle man means a difference
of one-fourth. He should know tho likoa
nnd dislikes of every animal.
It pays to keep ono man in constant
attendance on every thirty head of fat
Immediately when an animal begins
to fret for food, immediately it begins
to lose flesh; never chock the fattening
Never begin fattening without a defi
There ia no loss in feeding cattlo well
for tho sake of the mauuro alono.
No cattle whatever will pay for the
direct increase to thoir weight from the
consumption of any kind or quantity of
food tho manure must bo properly
On an averago it costs, on charging
every possible, item. 12 cents for every
additional pound added to the weighted
a 2 or 3 year-old fattening beast.
In this country tho market value ol
store-cattle can lie increased 36 per cent,
during six months of thefatteiringfinish.
In order to secure a sure prolit, no
store-oat tic beast, of the right stamp and
well done to. can bo sold at less than 4J
cents per pound, livo weight.
Emerson as a Poet
In a masterly essav on Emerson, in
tho April Century, Edmund Clarence
Stedman refers in part as follows to the
poetical aide of F.merson's genius: ' '
Hermann Grimm recurs to tho dis
pute whether our sage was' a poet, a
philosopher, or a prophet. The fact is
that ho was born with certain notes of
song; he had the poet's i eye and ear,
and was a poet just so far as being a
philosopher, ho accepted poetry as tho
expression of thought In its rare and
prophet io moods, and just so far as, in
exquisite moments, he had the mastery
of this form of expression. '
Emerson's prose is full of poetry, and
his poems are light and air. Hut this
statement, like so many .of his own,
gives only ono aids of a truth. His prose
is just as full of oTory-day sense and wis
dom; and .something', 'different from
prose, however sublunary and Imagina
tive is noodod to constitute a poem.
Ills verse, often diamond-like in con
trast with the feldspar of others, at
times Is ill-cut and beclouded. His
prose, then, is that of a wiso man, plus
a poet; and his verse, by turns, light
and twilight, air and vapor. Yet we
never feel, as iu reading Wordsworth,
that certain of his measures are wholly
prosaio. Ho was so careless of ordi.
nary standards, that few of his own
craft have held his verso at Its worth. It
is said that his iulluonco was oniony,
like thru of Socrates, upon the sensitive
and young, and such is the ease with all
fresh intluenees; but I take it that those
who have fairly assimilated Emerson's
poetry in thoir youth have been not so
much born pooti as born thinkers of a
poetio cast. It is inevitable, and par
takes of growth by exorcise, that poets
in youth should valuo a master's sound
at d color aud form, rather than his
priceless thought Thoy are drawn to
the latter by the former, or not at all
Yet when poets, even In this day of re
finement, have nerved their technical ap
prenticeship, the depth and frequent
splendor of Emerson's verso grow upon
them. They half suspect that ho had
tho liuest touch of all when he chose to
apply it. It becomes a question wheth
er his discords aro those of an . undevel
oped artist, or the sudden craft of Ono
who knows all art and can afford to bo
on eny terms with it 1 think there U
tvldenco on both sides; that h lind
seasons when feeling and expression
were lu circuit, and others when tho
wires wero down, and that he was as
apt to attempt to send a message at one
timo as nt tho other. Hut ho suggested
tho subtllty and swiftness of tho soul's
reach, even when ho failed to sustain
Professor See, of tho Hotel Dlou, says
that the now extract of lily of the valley
Is ono of the tuoat imjortaiit retnodlos
In heart disease known. It Is a powsr.
W. V ;.aainS, river editor of i'us Rui.t.tTiM
and unmboir. Mttiiirtr aont. Ordura fur all
kliiiinuf ateninlmat Job printing foltrited. Ollico
at Howor Kiiropuau uoiui. no. 7 Uhm luvou.
TheGus Fowler from Paducah will re
port here at 3 p. in. connecting with I. 0
R. K. and Kihto on her return trip ut 4:30
The City of St. Louis left here lust wyht
with a "star trip for Ni)v Oilcan-', Ik r
guard dragging" the water.
The Gus Fowler laid hero until ihc
Gsrdocr troupe closed nt tho Opert House
last night they took passage on her for I'a
ducah where they will play to a large snd
The Commonwealth passed down from
Vicksburtr Inst nicht. Pho had a coed
Tho Belle of Memphis is due up tli s
evening for St. Louis.
The splendid steamer Will Kyle ia due
hero early this morning for Cincinnati
Capt. Lew Kates master and Mr. .las. Alex
ander in tho office.
The popular packet Hudson is duo this
evening for St. Louis. See W. F. Lsmbdin,
Passenger Agent, and get your tickets.
Capt. Hi Davis of the Towbnat Storm
was in town yesterday, but left for Paducsh
on tho Fowler last night.
The Will S. Ilsys, the fastest boat that
comes to Cairo leaves here this morning for
New Orleans. If you want to travel n a
fine boat with a clever crew take the Hays.
Capt. W. C. Ticbenor command!;, and
Wash Floyd presides as chief clerk.
Tho Golden Crown from Ciucinnati is
due here Sunday for New Orleans.
The Guiding Star for New Orienns ami
the Andy Baum for Memphis leaves Cin
cinnati this evening.
Remember tho Jus. W. Gulf is the Mem
phis packot this evening due here from
Tho Vint Shinkle left Memphis Friday
evening for Cincinnati and is due here to
"That thunder shower was one of tho
worst things of its kind I ever took n
"Would you replenish vour glass and
tell us the details?" "asked the heavy
man, politely. -
"It was in the winter of '40," said tho
stranger, stirring bis glass reflectively.
"I'd liucrd there was a good deal o'
walnut timber iu . them sections, and I
wns keen to get ii). So me and qhy son
took a steamer and went up on tho
Northern Coast, where no .white man
had ever been before. As soon as we
landed we kuowed we had struck it rich.
Gentlemen, there was millions of acres,
all cut and ready for the market."
"Might I enquire who cut it?" inter
rogated tho heavy man, solemnly,
"lou say no white man had ever been
"Tho polar bears had gunwed it off
searching for honey!" replied tho
"(Jo on with your thunder shower."
"Well, a I was telling you, wo
started right in, ami in three weeks we
were richer than tiny eight men in tho
states. There was no end to the luck!
Everything went our way from the start.
We liad all tho logs down' on the dock
and wero only waiting for tho boat to
come and tako us off, when" I seen
clouds making to north'ard nnd I k turn
ed it was going to settle in for thick
weathor. I told my son to look out,
aud in less than Half nn hour there
broke tho doggondest storm I evor seed.
Rain! Why, gentlemen it rained so
hard into tho muzzle of my gun that it
busted the denied thing at tlie breech!
Yes, sir! Aud tho water began to riso
on us, too. Talk about your Hoods
down south! Why, gentlemen, tho water
rose so rapidly in our house that it
flowed up the chimney and streamed
300 feet up in tho air! We got it both
ways that trip, up and down!"
"Do we understand that you are re
lating facts within the sco'po of your
own experience" demanded tho heavy
man. with his mouth wido open.
"Partially mine and partially my
son's." answered tho unabashed strang
er. "Ho watched it go up, nnd I watch
ed it come down! But you can get
some idea of how it rained' when I tell
you that we put. out n barrel without
any heads into it, aud it rained into tlm
bunghole of thai barrel faster thou it
could run out at both ends!"
"Which of you saw that?" inquired
a listener. ' ,
"Wo each watched an end, my son
and me," returned the stranger. "I'm
telling you about a storm now, gentle
men. Hut the worst of nil was tho
lightning. It wasn't Iu streaks, it just
stood still in one Hash, and when it got
through, you should have taken a look
nt that timber! That timber was chop
ped Into the lines! saw-dust you ever
got your eye on! Fine as sinill'f Wasn't
a stick left half an inch long! You never
saw anything like it! There was over
$12,0(H.HMUMH) gone! Wo thought wo
might save the saw-dust to mix paint
with and save a couplo o' million out
of tho wreck, but while wo was think
ing that over, tho wind sprang up, aud
then there was music! I've seen sorno
wind In my time, but no sliclt wind 'as
that ever blowed before or anywhere
else! Well you can get an imperfect
notion of how that wind blow, when I
tell you that It blowed that saw-dust
right back into its former shape, and
when that storm passed oil', there stood
Ihem trees Just where they stood beforo
tho la-esgot after them!"'
Professor Elliot Cones, tho naturalist,
who has long been au uncompromising
opponent of. tho English sparrow, has
recently expressed the opinion. that 1)0
step How likely to be taken can end la
tie vktcriiilunttoii of these birds.
One voice all over the land goes up from
mothers, that says, "My daughters ra o
feeble and sad, with no strength, all nut of
breath aud life at the least exertion. What
can we do for tliemt" The answer is sim
ple and full of hope. One to four weeks'
uso of Hop Hitters will make them healthy,
rosy, sprightly, and cheerful.
Au old Man'n Belief.
Have used Titrker's Giuger Tonic for my
bud cough and himoirhngo I had twenty
live years. . 1 fcul liku another mnn since I
used it. Am CU years' putt. Relievo it
suro to cine younger pursons. A. Orner,
Shiloh'a Vitalizor s wont yon ueed tor Con
stipation, Loss of Appetite, Dizziness ami
hII symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10 and
75 cents pcr.lo'.tle. Paul 0. Schuli,
Work Given Out. On receipt of vur
address wo will make au oiler by which
you can cam $3 to 7 evenings, at your
home. Men, Women, Boys or Girls can do
it. H.C. Wilkinson .& Co., m and 1!)7
Fulton Street, New York.
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at niyht and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth If so,
send ut once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Chiidrcu Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lievi! the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend u pell it, mothers, t hi re ia
no mistsku about it. It cures dysentery snd
diarrhaa, regulates the stomach nod bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, it
duces iuffiumiation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the teste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and bent tannic
pbyfir.ians and nurses in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Bo wise; simply ctll on your druggist
for "Dr. Sellers' Cough Syrup," when 'you
have a cold or cough. , 2oc. a I ottle.
For Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Depression
of Spirits and General Debility, in their
vnrions forms; also as a preventive ngain-t
Fever and Aue, and other Intermittent
Fevers.thc "Feiro-Phosporated Elixir of
Calissys," made by Caswell, Hazard & Cc,
New York, and sold by allBruggisJs. is the
best tonic; and for patients recovering from
Fever or other sickness, it has no equal, (l)
'The celebrated Vegetable Compound for
females, which, within a few years. hB
made the name of Mrs. Lydia E. Pinklwm
known in every part of the civilized
world, relieves sufferinu by the afe and
sure method of equalizing the vital forces
and thus regulating tho organic functions.
It is only by such a method that dicnse is
evpr arrested and removed.
We cannot help noticing the liberal offer
made to nil Invalids ami sufferers by Dr.
Kings's New Discovery for Consumption.
You are requested to call nt Harry W.
Schuh's drug store, and get a trial' bottle
free ofcost, if, you are rnffering with Con
sumption, Severe Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
li.-oiicmtis, Hay Fever, Loss of Voice,
Hoarseness, or any affection of the throat
or lungs. It will positively cure you. (i)
Who U tho Prettiest Girl iu America ?
Is a question that would perplex a con
gress of counoisseurs assembled to nominate
the most beautiful. But such nn assem
blage would not be surprised to leBrn, th t
the most charming of their sex, on this side
of tho A' Untie, enhance the beauty aud
preserve the soundness of their teeth with
iOZODONT, since everybody knows, that
the ladies prefer it to any and all dentitri
ces. Let no man say after this, that women
luck judgment. ..
Tim glory of a man is his strength. If
you are weakened down through excessive
study, or by oarly , indiscretions, Allen's
Braiu Food will nermanentlv restore all
lost vigor, and strengthen all the muscles
..pn. . j . - . . .
oi orain aou uony. ' f l picg., o tor fo
Grape J alee.
The act of fermenting the Oporto Grape
into wine in tliiscouutry has been brought
to a greater degree of perfection by Mr. Al
fred Speer, of New Jersey, than by any
other person; and his wine is very popular
as an evening wine, as well as for the com
munion table and for invalids. For sale
by Paul 0. Scuuh.
Wills, Metham & Co., Altamont, 111.,
says: "We Jiavo never sold a bottlo of
Brown s Iron Bitters that has not given per
To The West.
There are a number ot routes leading to
the above-mentioned suction, hut the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louis and
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains dailv are run from tliM (Iraml I'nmn
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph nnd'Omahu.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
tic est make are attached to all trams..
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
ifornia "iMnect with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
cxpross trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This lino offers to parties enroute to thu
West and Northwest, iot only fast time
ami superior accomodations, but beautiful
stenory, us it passes through tho finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, 4c, of thir
line, which will bo mailed free.
C. B. KtNNAN, F. Chandler,
Ass't Oon'l Pass. Agent. Gon'l Pass Agent.
For dressing tho hair, and boautifylng it
when gray, nothing is so satisfactory as
Parker's Hair Balsam.
Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis
Immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure.
Paul G, Schuh. agent. (S)
Dr. Ki.ink's Grkat Nkrvk Rkhtorer is
the marvel of tho age for all ncrvo diseases.
All tits stopped free. Bend to OA 1 Arch
street, riiiladeloia. Pa.
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