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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY AlORNINO, JULY 25, 188S.
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THE GREAT GERMAN
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hold liy nil liruiiclsta ami
Dealers. Wrectiona In 11
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Queen Victoria's LonnlinfB'i.
TIip (im.-i-n Ii.-m huia i vf-i nut onlv lier
hnslmtiM, but altnoMt nil relatives of In-
own timij, all )nr chi licr pohticul
frieii'K nii'l iiiM-ntiri group! of closely
attttclicl liMi'iiil);iit.s, liko Sir(!. Pliipiw,
Sir Arthur I p-i, ami many oilier lss
known to Uk; :,.,. r,, worl.l, riih the
Loii'lon Siiirtulor. Tliern is no on liv
ing wlioeould :ii)lrt'sM Iht by her ('liris
tian naini', or, i t i !.- I. on any tenn of
equality; wliiloall Iht rltiMren but one
nro inurriiMl, scatiiTeil, iiiiniiT-i')l in
buniues.1 HUil bouselioMs of tliitir own
It is a lonely peak to .si I. on, at the top
of thu worM, itti'l n ng)- ilraws on the
Sovereign, who alreailv Inn reigned so
long that rneu parting mid'Ht- age have
consciously known no other, must feel
this morn and mora painfully, with a
gannes winch the movement of the
world doe not diminish. The Queen
has had no misfortunes such a. have af
flicted many of her predecessor, no
loss of ubjeets lik; (ii-orge III., no lo
of public honor likeCJeorge IV., but she
has to bear tie! burden of an evc;r-in-crcaning
pressure of the interests, inci
dents, movements of mankind, of all of
which she miiit to herself seem the cen
tre. Nothing eventful can happen in
tho world which is not in some way or
oilier boruu in pressinglvon the Queen.
The special feature of the age, the new
complexity of life arising from rapid
communication, oegan stiortiv ticiore
her accession Huskkson was killed in
1 WO ami from that moment to this af
fairs must have seemed to pres. in ever
increasing volume upon her, a if the
very atmosphere hail grown more weigh
ty. Imagine what tho telegraph alone
has been to the Queen. To feel imper
ative duties increasing, and strength de
caying, and lifegrowing more and more
lonely, is a sad position for anv one:
but what must it bo to a Sovereign who
receives every dav evidence that she is
one of the centraf figures of the world,
who hears Monday that all America is
glad because the report of bu accident
to her had proved exaggerated, Tues
day that an Italian tribe had acojited
her M Goddess, Wednesday that her
daughter, one day to be impress of
Oertnany, lias celebrated her silver wed
ding with l'rince for train bearers,
Thursday that a plot has been discover
ed which renders doubled watchfulness
necessarv round Windsor? It is a
strange position, one not to be desired;
and, remember, it must be judged not
from the constitutional point of view
that the Queen only accepts advice, but
from her own point of view that the
Queen, after taking advice, gives her
own command. No monarch ever yet
Suite lost the feeling that, in some ln
escribable way, ho was himself, in
some special degree, responsible for the
welfare ot tho people, and in that re
iponsibility alone, be it as unreal as it
may and huglisimien otlcn underrate
the Queen's direct influence- on affairs
is a burden which, to a lonely woman,
long experience teaches us what to do,
out teaches also how useless tho doing
often is. We are no devotees of mon
archy, gravely holding self-government
o be more educative ami more iligni-
tiuii; but there has uever been in history
reign like that of Queen ictona,
alio, burrounded by an impenetrable
etiquette, breaks ft to tell her people
,hat devotion, even in the humblest of
followers, has roused in her "real friend
hip." Republicanism in England
deeps, and will sleep while the Queen
.eigns. Is there not in that mere tru
Biu a suflicienl biography?
A Growine State.
Plinrli'H Itilliii'L-. tlio uitlinr. writes
Us: Texas has now a imputation of two
- cm.- .:! t'.t...
millions. isiuj can cusuj nuiipmi iiiijr
millions 01 people, r.veryuooy in lex
as works, and yet one tilth of last year s
cotton cnti still stands in tho tieid un
picked. Enough cotton has gone to
waste in a single narvesi loiiirmsn ev
ery inhabitant of the United States with
a now shirt, hven the penitentiary
ponvict.s. several thousand stronrr. are
Imiirpiioeil Into Ihn Held. Kvneriments
have demonstrated that a vast extent of
lands, heretofore regarded as sterile, or
fit ntilv for trrazini'. will vield hand
somely almost any crop planted; but
Texas requires no more agricultural
anil Kim wiuilil not have it if she
could; for then she would not have no
wide ranges for her cattle, or pastures
for her sheep. There are now live mil
lion head of cattle in the State, and two
million head of sheep. Of the latter,
nn million hclonir to the three counties
of Webb, Dimmitt, nud Encinal, on the
Rio Grande, and halt a million to tne
Aliilmin district, nn the Icxas-Faeihc K.
R, embracing some fourteen counties
in tho center ot the stale, mere are
also a proat manv largo herds of goats.
which produco a silken tleoco of tho
longest staple and most delicate text
i, I have seen tho tloeco of slieoi)
whoscslaplo measured sixteen inches.
American Ayrtaiuunsi joruuiy.
At an examination of teachers recent-
,v in one of thu Western States, some
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itmngo answers were ninuu. who uu
41.1..1.. iutnr asked to nanio three liv
.tig poets, promptly gave tho namos of
shakspoaro, iiyron aim uuiimuuuw.
a.. ..)!,. wild iixkml when Shaksnearo
lied, and replied about twenty years
ngo somowhero in "Injoauny. Still
.nnthur Himi.rlit that Secretary Fro-
,inghuyen wtui "one o' thctn now patent
. F :.mriiim. twrr editor ol I'nn Hiu.i.kti
Ki d t"ii,nloai siit nl. Urdnr (or nil
Wind of nlfHTilionl )nn tiiiiiilnif ilri. (Hlice
at Iluwor'i KuroKean Uutul. No. 71 Uulo luvee.
Tli livtr maikud by the gauge ht this
port hud evening ht (J o'clock 25 feet 10 in
ches and fulling.
C'luittsnoogs.lJ'jIy 21. Kiver 1 feet 7
inclifja and filling.
St. Louis, July 24. Itivcr I!) feet 10 in
ches anil lulling.
Citicinniti, July 24 Kivur 13 feet 0 in
ches and falling.
Louisville,' July 24. Kiver 7 feet 0 in
ches nud filling.
Nashville, July 24. Itivcr 4 feet 2 in-
Pittaburg, July 24.-Itivcr 3 feet 11 in
ches and rising.
Ill VII II ITKMS.
Tim Gub Fowler trom Paduenh w ill re
port here at 3 p. m. connecting with I. C
R. It. and leave on her return trip at 4:30
TheSte. Genevieve departed for St. Louis
last evuuiDg Q o'clock with a light trip.
The Ella Kimbrough has discontinued
her New Madrid trips for the present and
will uuly ko'os far as Hickman, making
daily trips. Leaving here every day in the
week at 4 p. m. except Saturday, and daily
packet. She will likely succeed and we
extend Capt. Kimbrough our best wishes
for his b jat success.
The Wyoming from Cincinnati is due to
morrow for New Orleans.
The popular Vint Shinkle, Capt. Deem,
master is due here this morning for Memphis.
The Cons Millar from Memphis will re
port here to morrow evening for Cincinnati.
The J. H. Hillraan from Nashville is duo
to-morrow and leaves here no her return
trip Friday morning at 10 o'clock.
Score another hot day for July.
The Hudson leaves St. Louis this even
ing for Cairo, Paducah and Shawneetowu.
Work at Elmot and Plum Point is go
ing ahead lively now and the demand for
laborers to work on the levees is increasing.
The Arkansas City from St. Louis is due
this evening for Vicksburg.
The 8ne btearoer City of St. Louis leaves
St. Louis this evening for New Orleans.
The Buckeye State from St. Louis is due
this evening for Pittsburg. Capt. John
Thornburg commands this new and elegant
The City of Vicksburg from below is duo
to-night for St. Louis.
The James Lee will pass here to-day on
her way to Memphis. She has been on the
Ways at Paducah for two months and is
now as good as new. Her old machinery
taken out anil replaced with larger engines,
which will make her faster than ever. The
Kate Adams will have to look to her laurel
when the Lee turns loose again.
Improvement of Grain by Selection.
The principle of selection was long
appreciated by stock-breeder., and they
have largely prolited by the application
of its teachings. As applied to the
growth of cereals it has not found a
very wide acceptance, not having had
time to force itself on the attention of
the averago fanner. The founder of
the practice of selecting grain for seed
is Major Hallett, F. L. S., Brighton,
England. In 1861 he planted ten grains
of wheat, from a variety known there as
Bellovue Talavera wheat, w hich up to
that timo had been sown as a spring
wheat, and was deciared to be quite in
capable of withstanding tho frost of win
ter. Nino of tho ten plants from theso
grains were killed by the severe frost,
but the other plant, although from the
same ear, remained as healthy and vig
orous as any of the winter varieties of
wheat by their side. From this surviv
ing plant seed has been selected and
grown year after year as a wiuter wheat.
Close observation shows that in tho ce
reals, as throughout nature, no two
plants or grains are exactly alike in pro
ductive power, and henco that of any
two or greater number of grains or
plauts ono is always superior to all tho
others, although the superiority cau on
ly be ascertained by actual field tests.
It may consist in several particular
characteristics, as power to withstand
frost; prolificness; slzo and character of
ear; size, form, quality and weight of
grain; length and stillness of straw;
powers of tillering; rapidity of growth;
and many others. James Chessman in
Popular Science Monthly for July.
A Chicago Dude.
Some young ladies are very export
with the typo-writers. The Railway
Exposition is closed, and it is now iii
order to tell the followingstory in point
of the pretty blonde young lady whoso
taper lingers played a typo-writer on
exhibition there. " Two youths in swell
attire stopped before her booth one day
during the Exposition, ami one of them
asked' for a samplo of typo-writing.
Quickly her fingers Hew over the keys,
and a slip of paper inscribed, "This is
a sample of So-mid-So's type-writer,"
was handed to tho youth. "Pretty lit
tle hand, isn't it?" murmured his com
panion. Tho girl colored, but devoted
herself to playing on tho machine.
"Pretty little hand, repeated tho young
man, pulling his mustache and trying
to look captivating. Then tho girl look
ed up: "Should you llko some type
writing," she aske'd, shyly. The young
man took tho paper gratefully, a sweet
and tender smile of triumph adorning
his lips. Hut the smile faded and a
sick-looking creature sueaked away
from the conquering presence. Tho
paper she gave him read: "This Is a
nimplo of tho Chicago dude." Inter-Ocean.
Id coiiraLioii )oiii
iH)e4 mostly of KsxmtliU Oils
Uio moat txmetratlnir Liniment
known. HoconeeiitriLtail thftta
few imoi-H applied to the surf are will Pntrat to the vary Bona,
mid almost Inttantly REJ.IKVI PAIN! It will not Boil Clothlmr.
nor dUoolor the Skin, or leave dlsaicreeahle effects of any kind. It
has NO wjttAf, forth) Core of Khanmatism, bpratn. BwHiipw
Stitf Joints, Neuralgia lAinelJaok, Cramps, Toofh-Aoba.
Sora Throat, Pains In the Limbs or lu any fart of tlio System
ana is niuaiiy ciiicacious mr an pin qi ui" oioinacn, ana uowois
re'iiilrlnu a powerful diffusive silinuiaiii. nee Mfrreira Almanac
Ask your Dniindst for It. 1'rlco 00 cts per bottle
rre;iurcd only by JACOB S. MERRELL,
WholmulK Drnggtut. 8T. IOUI8, MO
IS NOW OPEN FOIt TIIK SEASON.
TERMS: $8.00 per week; 2.00 per day.
Never-failing Springs of coolest water charged with healing aud
curative properties that have stood the test of more than sixty
years' continual use bv the health-Heckcr., or those in search of r".st
and recreation, and the residents for miles around.
NO. 1, "THE IRON SPRING"
will build up the weak and debilitated, possesses properties that are
unexcelled as a tonic, and is considered a sure cure for Chills, Ague,
Etc., by the people of the neighborhood.
2, "THE MAGNESIA SPRING"
Hows from the rocks In a steady stream, cold as ice water, and hun
druls drinking all day from its has in fail to lower llie water line.
Tliis Spring Is a certain cure for Dyspepsia, Kidney disorders and
NO. 3, '-THE SULPHUR SPRING''
is a new one opened for the first time this season, and its waters bid
fair to rival the famous blue Lick.
The-e Springs are surrounded by grand mountain scenery. The
air Is always pure aud cool. No hot nights and no mosquitoes.
Write for Circular.
Tope Co., 111.
J. E. LEMEX,
NKW ADVERTIP KM BNTS
TJKEI) ALL OVER.
What Rested and Refreshed a Weary
Man in Memphis.
"No. It never amounted to an acute pain bat con
'itiuni to be a dull woarj arhe in the email of my
baik," rl en Mr. Jam' I bomaf, of No SDMacl
eun Krei t, Mem bi Term ' Tiila wai an o d ex
pi r.vnce, and lile became du:l miiclc 1 u tlrtd
all over, with pain In the lower limb, and a habit
of lying awake of uiifbtn. lorenlly 1 trl-d one of
BENS"V ( Al'ClNK Pi HOL'x 1'LATEKS aid
wan rtecldedly relieved within twenty-four h mrt.
It may have lieeu Providence that did tlie wark.
bull Klve the credit to b"iion'i poroui p aHer "
Mr. Thomas' reverential Idea doe bim credit, but
I'r viil nee works by aiitnta, and among tb"m
Ben'ou'a planer rank 6rH as an external remedy.
It act' quickly in relief and licalinv. and renders
life ben, r wo-tb llvinn- I'rlce il cent, bonk In
the middle of the plaster for the word CAK'INK
Askym r physicians about it.
heabury 4 Johnson. I'hemlsts, New York,
NOT HOOKS OF M AO IC, hut choice, clastic lite
Mtnre, at prices ao low as to nako tho old-tlma
l,ook-t.lifcrswoMKR. ALoutlOC Tll?5
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num. on evidence of $ iod faith. NOT sold by
dea'ers prices too low. us pace Citalotue free.
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NEW ADVKUTISKM ENTS.
By addressing GBO. P. KOWELb & CO., 10
Spruce St., New York, can learu the exact cost of
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Newspaper!. "10X1 pane Pamphlet lOci ts.
PORT GRAPE WINE
p.UiKKJl'S (JLNGEK fONIC!
Once Tested Always Preferred!
This r at remedy has won its way to the high
est place in the esteem ol the most Intelligent peo
ple. There are daily recrnin to its boat of frlen!.
Its performance is Invariably
BKTTER THAN ITS PROMISE.
It pives tone and power. For eomplalnts of tho
Kidneys, Bowels, Stomach, l.lver and Lungs, for
ail the subtle trouble! of women and for those
bodily disorder Induced by anxiety, care and
im nti l strain, I it effect will surprise and charm
you. It Is rot an esso ceof ginnur. Dellcloua to
the pulme. an antidote to the lnjiior hahlt, and ex
ceedingly he pfiil to the aged and foeb'o. ?0c. and
lloosir.es. IllSOX & CO., New York.
617 St. Charles Streot, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A r2'1ir rjrml tint of two niotlrat
Colleire.. has been longer ein.Mi.-eil In tin- treat
ment of 'liroiiir, N)-rvotisi, Mun bimI
Itloo.l lis) ,)-r than anv other ph sielsn in
ht. I.uii Ik, as city paper) hbw ami all old rest.
itentH know. Consult.illna ..t otlleeor r mall,
free and Invited. A Irlemliv talk or Ills opinion
costs nothing. When It is fncmivenleiit lovl
the cltv .or treatment, medicines ean lie arm
by nuilf or express evervwlii'ie, Curable t ac
gui.r.'iiiD'eil t where iluulit exlsta II Is frankly
Milled. Cull or Write.
Ntvouh Prostration. Debility, Montal tnd
Thysical Weakness, Murcurial and other
affections of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Aft"ec
tions, Old Sores and Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriage. Eheumatism, Piles. Special
attention to casos from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, ExceWj
Indulge iiejs or Exposures.
It Is seir-pvldent tlmt a physician paying
particular attention to acliiss ol eases attains
great skill, and physicians lu regular practice
all over the countrv knowing this, frequently
recommninl casi's to the oldcslolllce In America,
whero every known appliance is resorted to.
and the prov)l k"'I r,ti),liNs of all
aes anil countries are iidimI, A whole house l
tised lorolllce punwiei), anil all are Irented wllh
skill In a respeett'ol uninuer; and, knowing
what lo do. nocxprriuienls an' made, on ac
count of the great number applying, tn
rhaiiri's nr kept low, often lower than is
demanded bv olliers If )itl secure the ski1'
and get aspect!) ami per feet lit" cure, thai l
the Inipnrlunl matter. Pamphlet, M pagca,
sent to any aildresa free.
putes. I MARRIAGE GUIDE. I pages.
Klegnnt cloth ami gilt binding, Pealed for M
rents In KslHgc or currency. Over fifty won
I'ernil pen pli'tnres, li ne to life . arllcli'son tin
following subject, Who inav marry, who not
vhyy I'roiier uue toimii'i v. ' Who marry firsts
JliiiihiMid. Woiininboeil. 1'livlenl decay. Who
yboulil niiiri'y. Mow life ami happiness mny m
Inereaseil. Thnsn iihiitIi iI or contaniplntlliR
marrying should re.el It. 1 1 ouubt to be resj
ny all adult persons, then kepi under lock ana
key, Popular edition, suine as above, but pspef
rover aud Kuo page. W cents b uisil, lu muurf
Si'kkr's Po.kt QPArK Wine !
FOUR YEARS OLD.
THIS CEI.KBUATEI) N ATIVK WINE Is mado
from the Juice of the Oporto (Jrape, raised in
this country. Its Invaluable, tonic and strength
ening properties are unsurpassed bv any other
Native Vino. Being tho pare Julca of tl.o drape,
produced under Mr. Speer'a own personal eupervl
Hon, itt purity and giiuuint nesa, aro guaranteed
Thi younest child may parlaka of Its generous
qualities, and the weakest Invalid use It to advan
tage It Is particularly beneficial to the aged aud
debilitated, and suited lu the various ailments that
Affect the weaker sex. It Is In every respect A
WINK TO UK HKI IKII ON.
Sneer's P. J. Sherry.
The P. .J.fcllKKKV lift wluo of Superior Char
acter and i arlakesof the rich Qualities of tho grape
from which It Is ntado for Purity, Klchnoss, Kla
voi and Medicinal Properties, it will be found un
excelled. Sneers P. J. llramly.
This BKANDY stands unrivaled In thla Country
bulngfar superior for medicinal purposes. It Is a
tnrcdietillittlin Irom tho grape, and con Ulna val
uable medicinal properties. It has a ilellralo fla
vor, sltnllartoihatof Iho grapes, from which It la
distilled, sml is In great favor among tlrsl-rlnss
families. See that thu signature of AI.KHKI)
HPKKH, Passaic, N. J., It over (ho cork of each
Sold Jiv PAUL SCI um
AN I) BY DKUHUlrtTS KVKKYWHK UK.
Notivoiono, (now Nervc-Mfp, Hlroncth mid
Vigor! Is i) posttlvo rcalornllvn fur llio of
Manly VUor ill Younn, Mldcllo-Aged and
Ulil Mm, no mutter fnnn wiml ruusn. In Mer
voua Debility, Exhaustion, Impotonoy,
Bonlnal Wenknena, liml kindred nlliiienla.
tills t.t indard Remedy la n certain cure, and
to all Midi sullerers, who send u sIMeiiicnt of
their trouble, a (intuitu y atifllelont to provj It
virtue will bo aenf Free of Cost. Addreas,
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
Jin, iioKiiru wiiivnnicnmni
ami our nt hnr hU,ctrn ttal
vnnlu and MuH'sllo Appll-
nncHSanil llarmenis area
ity, Paralysis, llheumatlsm
Fplli-psy.l' shaustlnn, m
o( Vital Knerav, Overwork-
Mi llniln, Wk Uuek. Klil
nay, l.lver, and hlomsch
eomidiilnta, and araadapl
d U) KlIHKIlHKX. ThHM
very lulxst Im-
1roved, and ao
from Iwltsaod all
othsra, ai they
ik'UIs, raaslna no
sores, nor Irrita
tion pftb skin
can bn worn at
work aa well as
rest only notice
ah la to weartr,
to nM)t the differ
ent st sue. nt all
Is ofUoallt. Tims for MEN ONLY at oncn raaob
tha mat ot dlneuiw, aa the ai'l dirw't upon Nsrvous,
Musoiilar.and onnrntlva Ciitra. anwillly restoring
tha tlullty which ts Kleetrleltr arainnd fromtliasyr
tonl hr aiwsa or Indiscretions, they thus In a nntnral
war or.rooins tha wuuknaas wll limit rtrimalnH the stem
soli, They will eura svery cum slinrt of slrucliiral da
intnerstlon, and wa am praparad to furnlsb tha meat
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