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Vorealubyall Druu.'Uu and Dealer gcnerully.
A Nibbling Baby Shark.
DnarKar i navo oiU'n wen larg
scnoois oi iiii'in. i Hoy woultl Ativan
to a few fw-t of mo anil would thm stop
and look at nie in apparent wonder, a
thotiffli trying U nmkc out what mannni
of atrane creature th(y were taxing at.
jney are a mom cowardly huh, how
ever, p.nd the Rlighteat mcuace on m
part would frighten them away. As
was repairing the Mchooner Shepherd in
Kingston one day i tell Romeunng lam
florin? wilu uiv left-hand middle nnirer
' iooVhM'. I found a bahv shark, evident
lv too vounir to leave is maternal Da-
rent, trying to uibblo it Diver in rhil
I had tevcre attacks ot trravel and kid
nev trouble: waa unable to get medicioe
or doctor to cure me until I uned Hop Bit
ten, aod they cured me In short time.
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THE HEWJTIEST READER.
TnE WEATHER I.IAfi.
' There are many kinds of the liar fani
llyt but the bt?st known is the weather
liar. The older he is the greater his
license to indulge in his familiar pas
time. Every day of tho year furliishes
him with an excuse, and all he asks is
for somebody to talk to. The weather
liar remembers that the winter of 1H7U
was exactly like that of 1491; the spring
of 1882 puts him in mind of the spring
of 1624; the cold waves of the past win
ter didn't begin with tboso of 1771. He
can remember winters when not a Hake
of snow fell, and summers when there
was a frost every other night for three
months. He has seen the thermometer
drop to fortv-aevea degrees below in
January, and climb to 130 degrees in
August. ... He remembers one day when
cherries wore ripe in May, and another
when they eould not be picked until
November. No matter what the weath
er is, the weather liar has always seen
worse. Ji it snows for two days, he hs
seen it snow for four.- If it rains for a
week, he can remember when it poured
down without a break for three. If you
have seen it hot enough to fry eggs on
a stone sidewalk, he has seen an ax
melt on top of a lump of ice.
the fish Lun
Ranks second on the list. He goes fish
ing about once in tive years and spends
the rest of the time in lying about what
occurred. He caught a bass weighing
fourteen poimdn, but the hook broke
and let him escape. He had a bite from
a pickerel four feet long, but stubbed
his foot and couldn't pull up at the
proper momont. He began fishing with
minnows for baft, but the fish bit so
greodily that he finally tied a horn but
ton to the hook and pulled 'em out as
fast as hs could drop the lino. He
caught an even tubful, but while he was
earing luncheon the wharf gave way
and let tub .'and lish into the water.
The fish liar can be found sitting on the
counter at the grocery of an evening,
all wound up ana ready to begin busi
ness, and nothing lots the sunshine into
his life so quick as to get hold of some
one who will gasp out occasionally,
"My stars! but is that possible?"
TOE nOKSE LIAR
Stands third on the list. ' He is a man
who has had a horse which could go in
2:21). - He hasn't got him now, but that
doesn't make any difference. He has
driven that horse in a race with an ex-
Eress train, and taken first money. And
e also had a running horse whieli once
made a dash Of twenty-five miles on a
bet of $3,000. lie hasn't the horse or
money at the present time, but he can
give you the names of a dozen leading
bank presidents and chief justices who
saw that dash.
The horse liar doesn't stop at lying
about his own horses, but he is ready to
put in his best licks on animals he never
saw. He is in the confidence of the
owners of all the celebrated equines. In
his opinion such A track is short and
such a track is long. He doesn't believe
llarus was ever much of a horse, aud lie
feels that he could drive Goldsmith Maid
three seconds faster than she ever re
corded.' ( He is the Identical man w ho
first saw'speed in Flora Temple, and if
he had wanted to be mean about it, he
could have bought her for ten dollars
and an old plow, and made $.1,000 out
of the Irado. . He knows all about spav
ins, ringbonei, poll-evil, pink-eye, ami
glanders, and he has a sure euro for
each onei ' His scat is on the head of the
Second cracker barrel from the stove
each evening through the winter, and
when he can come across some one who
has Invested $15 and a cross-cut saw in
an old plug of a horse to use in a ciiler
mill, lie is in his glory. ' He knows all
about that horse; boeu an awful good
stepper; saw him run away once, and
killed two women; Karey tried to tame
him, but had to give it up; reckon he
could zo out now and rivu most of the
lxjvs the dust; aud so on until the groeei
rubs his sleepy eyes, aud regretfully
Come you liars, it's" time to lock ul
and go homo!" Detroit Free I'm.
" Bed, the Children's Dog.
Everbody In Midway, Ky knows old
"Ned," the children s dog. He for
merly belonged to tho late Mrs. Marga
ret Buford, but as thcro were no chiid
rcn at her house hecamo to town and
took up his abode at Mr. S. N. Rogers'.
He goes to school with the children
every morning and remains there all
day. When they go out to piny he goes,
too, aud is quite expert at catching a
ball; indeed, In a clime, he takes the
place of a child. When tho bull rings
lie is the first to run into the school
house, and when the classes are called
on to rcecite he takes his place in lineal
the foot,, After tho child next above
him baa recited, ho answers tho next
question by an Intelligent bark and bow
of the head. . Should a question be
missed by the child at the foot of (lie
class and passed to the uext by the
teacher, "Ned" will answer It In his
peculiar way. Spelling soonis to bo his
favorlui branch of studv. his answers iu
that being exceedingly quick and vigor
ous. Althousrh he turns the plillifpon
down, after his' fashion, ho never goes
auuve vimra. , ne win ngiit lor any ot
vuo wupiis, m wen as teacherH, am
could not be induced to stav whuro
there are no children.
, Th cost of cremating 7,000 bodhn
per annum at ltomtmy it only 915,000
CAIKO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 24, 1683.
Interesting Pacts and Suggcr.it na.
Tho Vish Commissioners of Illinois
have been experimenting with carp, as
food-lish, paying particular attention to
their habits and peculiarities, and their
conclusion is that they are tho coming
food-lish of this country. They are sat
isfied that "if a proper interest can bo
created, it will only be a question of
time when they will bo cultivated as
generally on farms as are chickens nnd
hogs; ami that when the 'small amount
of Trouble and expense necessary for
raising and feeding them is consilium!,
their importance as a food-producing
source will bo appreciated. Wlicu the
fact is taken into consideration that tho
biill'alo, the coarsest of our river lish.
now commands a price that makes them
a luxury, retailing even at river points
at 8 to 10 cents a pound, when a few
years ago they could be bought for 8 to
0 cents' n fish, averaging from six to
ten pounds, the importance of introduc
ing the carp will bo seen."
From a letter written by Hon. Spen
cer F. liaird, United States Fish Com
missioner, who is regarded as the best
American authority on this subject, the
following in relation to this fish is
'Although the carp is of Asiatic
origin, it has been so extensively dis
tributed in Europe as to have become,
iu a manner, a native fish, occuring in
public waters as well as in private en
closures. It is emphatically a farmer'
lish, and may safely be claimed to be
among fishes what chickens are among
birds, and pig and ruminants are
among animals. Its special merit lies
iu the fact of its sluggishness, and the
ease with which it is kept in very limit
ed enclosures it being a vegetablt
feeder ami its general inotlVusiveness,
whereas trout and Mack bass require a
supply of animal food for their bus
tenance and growth. The carp, while
not disdaining Hies, worms, larva?, etc.,
lives on the succulent roots and leaves
of aquatic plants, their seeds fallen into
the water, and other similar substances,
ond may be fed very readily upon corn
grain, bread, root crops, raw or boiled,
and indeed any vegetable refuse what
ever. Its rate of growth, too, is some
what marvelous, and. iisobserved so fai
in the specimens introduced into 'the
United States, is even mure rcniarkabh
here than in Europe, some now onh
about three and a half years old being
from ' twenty-five to thirty Inches in
length, and weighing from four to eight
or nine pounds. They occupy a con
spicuous place in the German fish mar
kets, and bring the same price as trout
selling for about 2.3 cents per pound.
Tho carp will thrive best in artificial oi
natural ponds with muddy bottoms and
abundant vegetation. In large ponds it
may not be necessary to add any special
food; but in restricted enclosures, as,
for instance, in those of a fraction of an
acre, they may be fed with the refuse of
the kitchen garden, leaves of cabbage,
lettuce, leek, etc., hominy or other sub
stnnces. The carp spawn in the Spring,
in May or June, and indeed, under somt
circumstances throughout the entire sum
mer. They are very prolific, the fcmalt
varying from 50,0(H) to otXMW.H). accord
ing to her si.e. The eggs hatch ovit it
a few days, and tho young grow verj
rapidly. They feed occasionally on so
called frog-spittle, the green algo scun
that is so common in frog ponds. Con
sequent ly such waters are efpoeialH
adapU-d'for carp. Whenever the wate'i
becomes cold down to perhaps 40 (leg.
and especially when fro7.cn over at the
top. the lish bury themselves in th
mud, aggregating in lots from fifty U
one hundred, frequently with their tuil
jrojeeung, aim cousuiuung wiiiu n
ailed ui Gcriuanv kettles or rolls.
Origin of the Ualendar.
The word "calendar" is derived from
cakii'liuiii, denoting the commence
ments of months, which, in the Ian
guage of ancient Home, were palled
7vi i-.al'Wl'V, or simply mlovUe; 1. c.,
ays on which "calling out" should oc
ur, from "," rail. This '(tilling
out bjok place upon thcereuppcnranei
A the small crescent after new moon,
and at the present day remains the cus-
in among those people who, as for In
stance the lurks, reckon time wholly
from the reeurrin'r phases of the moon.
This was loudly proclaimed from the
oofs of public building by appointed
iriests or seers, who were required to
seek for the moon's crescent in the even
ing sky til her two days after new moon,
or four or live days after tho last an-
pearanee of its light in tho morning
skv; this, then, was established as the
beginning of the month, the uingle days
eing reckoned bv counting backward
or forward from the night, or from the
nlerniediate dav of full moon. I his
method of reckoning time from tho rev
olutions and phases of light of the
oo n has been long practiced in those
countries in which the constant clcanies
of tho heavens enables people to deter
mine with considerable accuracy idm
lir.st appearance of the moonlight, the
so-called "new light." and, again
among those whose limited Intercourse
with other nations afforded no comimri
son of fixed ntandurds, In countries,
however, where contiiyicd clearness of
sky was not afforded, or where the ne
eesMty was urgently felt for a rcgulat
determination of future dates, tho seers
at length desired that, they bo permitted
to calculate, upon tho basis of tho past
determinations of the duration of the
regular mouths, ond to publicly record
the number and the method of counting
the days of the single months. Thus,
in place of the public proclamation
from the house-tops of the observed ap
pearances, the calendar now came into
use, containing calculations of the
" calling days." Vocwor William
l vatcr m I'ojmlar Svirwe Monthly.
Mrs. Davis forbade Jhn Doyle,
saloon-keeper ot North Adams. Mass
to sell her husband any inure rum. "As
long as ho has any money to buy with,'
sum -in ie, "no can get drinks at rny
bar. Davis abused this privilege by
getting drunk at once, and whllo In that
condition nail uotn legs cutoff by,
locomotive. Mrs. Doylo Kt, a verdict
vi tiO"o nuiiiNi jjoyio, nnd the u
premo Court has confirmed It 8ulfs
with similar result. are constantly being
brought in numerous States under civfl
datuagu laws which aro substantially
alike In their provisions. In Sun Fran.
Pisco a society has been formed U nrosev,
u....i. .......... . ,
wukv .m il innc. uru ui CUUl'Jje,
W. F. iBoi, nrer editorol fas Uullbtim
and steamboat paeienifar at;mt, Ordera for all
klndiofiteamboat Job printing lollclUid. Office
at Bower's Buropean Hotel, No. 71 Ohio levee.
HI V Kit ITEMS. .
Tho Silver Cloud from Fuducah will' re
port here at 3 p. m. connecting with I. C.
R. It and leave on her returu trip at 4:30
The St Louis and Cairo railroad will
give an excursion from hero to St Louis,
leaving hero Sunday morning the 27th
inst. at 3 o'clock and the faro for the round
trip will only be $3, with a stay in St.
Louis for three days if desired. TuU is
cheap traveling aod no doubt a largo crowd
will go from here.
The Belle Memphis for Vicksburg pstsed
up for St. Louis last evening. She had a
good up stream trip.
The City of Providence from St Louis
with a fine trip passed down for Vick.burg
The City of Cairo leaves St Louis to is
eveuiug for Vicksburg.
The Jas. W. GnAT from Memphis is due
here this evening for Cincinnati. W, F.
Lambdio, Passenger Agent, will put you
through on the Gaff chenp.
The City of St. Louis is duo here to-mor
row night for New Orleans.
The Ella Kimbrough will arrive here to
night from New Madrid and leaves here
at 10 a. m. to-morrow on her return trip.
Capt T. N. Kimbrough io command and
Lorn Hill ia the office.
The ABdy Baum from Cincinnati ai lived
here Tuesday midnight. She had a .first-
class trip, received nd discharged about
BO tons of freight, also received 63 deckers
and 8 cabin passengers and departed for
Memphis at 2 o'clock yesterday morning.
The Golden Crown from New Oilcans
will report here early this morning for
The river marked by the gunge at this
port last evemDg 5 o'clock, 2!)J feet and
The Guiding Star from New Or'eans is
due to-night for Cincinnati. She is close
fter the Crown.
The new Mary Houston will receive
freight here to-day for New Orleans. W.
F. Lambdin, Passenger Agent, will furoihh
tickets at low rates. The Houston lenvis
The J. II. Hillman from Nashville is
now filling the place of the W. H. Cherry.
She will remain ia the trade during the
summer. Capt Tom Galligher ot the
Cherry with all bis crew have been trans
fercd to the Hillman. She leaves here at
10 o'clock this morning on her return trip.
The Hudson is due from St. Louis th's
evening, bhe goes to Shawneetown.
The Mini of the Gd Whist Player.
A clie.ss player, or a solver of chess
problems, has alwny to deal with pieces
of a corisfant value; thus, the knight,
bishop, pawn, etc., are of constant val
lies, so tuut his combinations are not so
verv varied. A whist player, however,
has in hand not onlv cards which vary
in value according to what is trump,
but during the play of the hand the
cards themselves vary in value; thus, a
ten may, after one round of a suit, be
come the best card in that suit. irain
power, independent of stored knowl
edge, is, therefore, more called into
action by a game of whist than it is by
mathematics, chess) or classics; conse-
liientlv, while the mathematicians and
classical scholars may be found in mul
titudes, a tirst-eliiss whist player is a
rarity; if we required an accurate test of
brain-power, we should be far more
likely to obtain correct results bv nn
examination in whist than wo should by
aa examination in mathematics. In the
latter, cramming might supply the place
of intelligence; in tho former, no
amount of cramming could guard
against one-tenth of the conditions. A
first-rate mathematician may on other
subjects ; be' stupid; a fl rat-class whist
player is rarely if ever stupid on origi
nal matters requiring judgment
Educatod Chickous Which lish.
Aaron Lowe, of Hawkiusville, has
some educated chickens. Among their
numerous accomplishments is the sagac
ity displayed in catching jack-worms.
The fowls have been taught to take pine
straws iu their bills, run them in tho
holes where the worms live, and then
keep verv qiilet until the jacks move the
straws. When this Is done, the chickens,
with gn at dexterity, snatch the straws
from the holes, and, nine times out of
1 ton, they (Milch the jacks. Tom Jordon
' nys It's a real treat to see them fishing
for jacks iu this manner. Atlanta (On.)
jaL thbcreat. ;
Rheumatism, neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Haatlacha, Toothache,
Crw Trara. MWiiiInm, NrtrMlN, Hraltet,
Bnrna, ajratlda. rrrat II I law,
aid. OTUIM BODILY FaMS NU il llltH.
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IS THE BANE
otftpresent generation. It b fof the
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nf One Dollivr.
Offioo, 89 Murray Street, NwYorlt.
(Ur. l i m MAS VAL of l'aIM)-V
information and Ieeul Mtcoitl I
wUl bo tnailfd flit an uonUeation. w
A New and Complete Flntnl, frontlnn on Uevei
neeona ana nsuroaa street.,
The PaatotiRor Depot ol I ho Cliltauo, St. biinla
arn .e orienna: imnnm t'ontruli wabaah. St.
t.oula and Paclflci linn Mountain and Honthurn,
Mobile and Ohio) Cairo and St. Louis Itattwaya
are all J net armaa the afreet; while the Steamboat
Landing la lint one tquarn dlatant, . . i
. Thl. Hotel la heated by atuain, baa steam
Laundry, il.vdraullo Kl.valor, Kluctrlc Call ll.ll"
Automatic Klro-Alarm., Hatha, abaolutely pure air!
porlecteawerage and complete appointment.
Hniiorb furuihln(.( perfect aenrlce) and an uu
t I. P AHICKU Ac (10UiHMa
1 - -V i rl
P AGENTS I WANTED FOR ' ft
ECU'S ' BAD BO I
AND IlIS PA.
Tho groate.t literary lilt fill', generation, 300.
000 copU-i .old iu two month.. Tivurvhoriy buys
It, bei a ii ii U ia loaded with UN. We liavu the
Uriu.t, lieai. aim uio.t coiiiUIh eolilun out, lllua
tmted with original ennruYlugi made by our ipe
clal arftet i
Aftmte are aelliug lyotn ttf Id V) roplve per day,
Price of outfit. IncliidliiK "tin ccmfilele book, l.Uo.
MAJCK Ml MIW'l'AHl:,but.endfor
on I fit at ouija, aid ai-cure territory. Tbli book
outiulle MA llv TWAIN, Jtlly lo one.
The chuiice of a llln time, to tnuke nioiioy fant.
For ctrculsre and terma, adilreee
,.. SUN PUBLISHING CO.,
UlOaiid tli I'luuat., Louis, Mo.
ii'opiearraiwaeoii the look
I 'nut fur (huuri). to lncrea.e
11 I 11 .their eai nine", and In time
1 I I N I Wbvceine weahli ; llume vho
do not Improve ibelr oppor
tuultiv. remulu to poverty.
Wu offur a Kruat chunre to maltu moucy. We watt
mu men, woman, ln,y and iflrla to work lor ua
rlnht I j their own localltie. Any one ran do the
work propetly fr m the llrnt i:art. The bu.lne.a
will pay mr-re th-'U tun time, onliiinry waee. Kx
penaiveoulflt furulehcii! fruo. No nnu who em a jea
at. to make money ran'dlv. Yon ran Sevi.ia
your whole tlm Ui the work, or onlv your .pare
oioiuuula. Full Information and a I tkat U needed
entfroe. Addree. SPIN HON :0 Portland. M
WORTH SENDING FOR!
Da. 1. a HOHKNOK lu. juat pubuahad a bonk oo
DISEASES OF THE LUNGS
HOW TO CURE THEM
niiuira r-n r.r.. pnmu a.w all atiiilleanta.
bat nn.rt n en av. raee in asnri ....
St. null uir th. ",-!,. U.iiii.l i k.J..... .. J ' V
lon little toluuie ever enced. Needed, endorsed
and bnn-ha.H h all tliu; nuihlDK In the hook
tin. ever eouai t6 ,t Will prove it or forfeit iv o
Complete eamnla and ..mei r. . . .n 7....
cnl.ra foraunp. Lon't . rt out attain aiililyon
learn m hat la aM nt Ihl. U....I, . ...k..
are doin. W. H TlloMPHOK, fabllaher wi
Arch 8tret,rill4dulpbla.l'a. aprtJio
BEFORE AND AFTER
Electric Appliances are tent ee 30 OlyV TrlaL
TO MEN ONLY, YOUHS OR OLD.
VrH" ere inrtnif rVom Naarora I).tt.rrr,
Vf Loi Vrtiiiir, or Nkv. yon. . ,u
ri.Kia. Wiari.o .irJ.i ,i ttue ilnraara
ef a PaaaoaaL Ntri a. malum from iii iu aiul
OTH.a I'i' iKa H...r i. n. l anl rui.iei rralo
raiiuaot UaAi.Ta.Viih.aan4 UAii..b).tiuKT..a.
The rnudrl UwoTrrr of thr S ln teenlk ..liirr
Brndatuiice tot Illu.UaU-d l'.ui hl.t tnm. A J inm
VOLTAIC tCIT CO., WAHSHAU, MICH.
.m...... .iimTi ,i t,ou HI i.iiw PI ta.
mnat nol4Ml and aui-eef.rul iH-ialta In th V a
.'now r-t i n-1 for thei-nreuf Vrrreel Urbllity.
I. ami M"mltoom, Hu. Iteony. ernt
o plain -UVelojW. 1'rujKUUi tau fill l.
Addreae DR. WARD 4 CO.. Louiaiiaa. Ma.
A BOOM T MB
AO Umm fron i.iKelca, tir.au or ffttar aaaf ara.
weU. aaa.rwd, Ina riMid. h;.Jl, Jrll, ao4 aoakt. ta
partara. UfeV etnlee rtTlT, eaa ha ,t.lf ami ihiw.i
imtij w4, .vai-a urtklw KnteraM Mitiaaan,
MaaMveatiat V.riM. Kehllltr, Pkrll itmr, Aav.
UtMtiyrraMltT TIIK M AMntON lVlH.I a." KaaS
aa.ta.aa ee. miudM r atrtaia r..uwaUna fall taS Mats
Seat aaaah4, e .i.l. awna, .i.am,, rjTM.nl. Ltmm
mwmtmrm an. m. prM. n B'4ci ta.tl eTa.ai
atAJUTON KKUIIDT OO, M v. Hia SU lev fra
MM. ... w.in NIIRI,, TTM.
HARRIS REMEDY CO.iilV
n r. t..u k.u r.:
PR06.HAKfil8 PA8IIUE RLUEOY
VaMM Rhi kbi othcii jtM tnflrr
frosyj aw,u. u4 Phrsiral lh.
UV. FrJ1aU.r KlttavM.Ll.aai ouA
Tb Bfri7 t up n box, jio. 1 MmUdi t luutitti),
oom n,,,.. I ....I .,.... ,
(iMtinc UirM sBnthi, 91.
LHrMliMSftar I tlaaa am
mm, larooejRii u mri m rort, ubimi m Mtrr ctai,t . Htvi
MHI BV Mftl Ife b ain vratt.tM
VlDet .! iliaWMt M.4 BW4 wf v.f t Mill Mftifd m inr'ilua.
tent itierieatm to ourtBat
WeskfrM. UunarrhtrtM My
VDhlllllr Kful M.P4ajHAl
ur aiMl sum rutffll.'S. ( til of writ for l.l-i eftssay
Mil u oe -iiiWfrtfl uf trwMiiqtatriiiR irpatiiirut li Bitil.
(rf4MMliftHi.sr trmm Umpimrf? aktatiM aratj lhelr etdelrwt,
Br4 treV-SI jnattillll' i Utrlr a1rM(akeS U toM ft In. I
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MTABLIMIEU T1IIH1V YfttAUfc
Tbt flu (j puoDKur aud freight flteamcr
Leaves Cairo ivory Monday, Weilnr-xliiy and
Friday morning at H o'olock for New Madrid and
aav land Inir...
lSu8hvlIU, l'mlucali & Cairo l'ai kct.
ThcvloiiarU and palatial etunitiur
'-gSjj ' ' '
13. S. RHJSA.,
J, B. TYNItK ..Mnator
U1LIA Jllt'STON Clerk
Leavua Cairo uvory Monday at 4 p. m. for Naab.
N tush vl lie. l'adiiraht Cairo U. 8. Mall
racket. .. -
W. II. CHERRY,
PINK UUEH aeiHl I II H( lilllliiii Maattr
JOLLY U A RDt,,.m. . . . ........., . i.i......M,.Clef k.
Leaves Ibis port every Wedneeday ale p, at, ti
?A, iflmrrl l nt.