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THE DAILY CAIKO MJI.LKTIN: SATUliDAY MOUN'l.Vti, SEPTEMBER 1, IS8S.
The Dailv Bulletin.
OFFICE: NO. 78 OHIO LKVEK.
OFFICIAL FAPKK Of ALEXANDER OOOMTV.
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INVAK1AHLY IN ADVANCE.
All Communication ehould be addressed to
K. A. Bl'KN B IT,
Pu hlisher and I'roprletor,
Slaking Moay at the New Orleans Miut.
If you go into t he mint at New Or-l-'ani,
as you certainly will if you visit
llio city, you will find a guard in the
ruiumla to receuo visitors. Tho James
Brothers might have pint;t rated that
f ir easy enough, hut they could not
have gone, further. The barred gates
rising up between the visitors ami
Uiiele Sam's store of silver dollars have
a Slate prison look, ami one is put on
his com! behavior at once.
When your credentials are pronounc
ed all right mid the gates unlocked to
you, you arc ushered into tho receiving
iiml weighing room. Silver bullion is
corded 'up on all sides, and is being
handled with as much contempt as the
brick-carrier loads his hod. A bar of
bullion looks exactly like a bar of
plimib'-r's solder, and when you are
about to pick up and walk off with one
of the bars you suddenly change your
TlllC bi; SCALES.
In this room are the most perfect
pair of large scales in America. They
weigh up to lM.iiiWjounces, Troy weight,
and are so delicate that a crumb weigh
ing the live-hundredth art of an ounce
will drop the bar. All tho silver re
ceived is weighed upon these scalcs.and
they are looked upon by tho general
visitor as one of the sights of the insti
tution. MAKINi; I SOOTS.
All the bullion tirst goes to tho melt
ing department and is melted, alloyed
and run into ingots of standard (inc
urs., which means 9t'0 parts of silver
and IihJ parts of copper. Tho copper
is put in to harden it, and without this
alloy there would be a great loss by
natural "wear and tear." There is an
assay after melting, and this assay
must prove that the composition is ex
act and correct. The loss of even tho
three-hundredth part of an ounce be
tween the weighing and
rooms must be. accounted for
(.TTTIXO THE BLANKS.
After the assay the ingots are turned
over to the coiner, who rolls them into
strips by means of powerful machiuory.
These strips are about three feet long,
and a little wider than a dollar. The
thickness is designed to be tho same as
a dollar, but is sometimes too thick or
too thin. The strips are then passed to
the puncher, who feeds them under his
punch as la-l as you can count, and
the smooth, greasy blank dollars fall
into the box below. To discover if the
blanks are of tin; standard weight, they
are wheeled into the adjusting room.
The demand is for Ul'J grains, but the
government permits a slight shortage.
If the blank is one grain short, it is cast
out to be reinelicd. If it is one grain
over weight, a tile is ued to securo ex
In the adjusting room are about two
dozen women, each with a delicate pair
of scales before her, and the blanks an;
bandied with surprising dexterity.
Tlio.se found id standard weight are
sent on their way through the niiut.and
the light ones will form parts of new
HV'AVIVi AND l'l.h.NI(i.
You think of a silver dollar as a per
fectly ll.il Mirl'aee. Hold on to your
eve and you w ill see that it is concave.
If the letters and ornainetits were even
with the rim of the dollar they would
soon wear oil'. The concave is to pro
tect them, l roiu the adjusting room
blanks go to the machine lobe concaved
and then to the ball). The s'lver is
greasy and blackened, and the bath is
to remove this and restore tlm luster.
After being treated to mi acid bath, the
tr:is liUi-d with thinks ure placed in a
red-hot oven and siiliM'ijiii'iiily placed in
a revolving nlindcr with saw-dust.
When they emerge lroiu this they shine
like st ai's.
WAKlMi Tllh IidI.I.AU.
Hern lire the sniooih, round pieces,
and to make dollars of them they are
sent to the stamp precis. These pow
erful machines Iced themselves at the
rate of '.'J.'i per minute, utid if you pick
up one of the coins urn will lind one
side complete, and the other side still
bUnk. They are picked up and fed td
a second machine, and now your dollar
Is complete except on ibti edges, A
smooth-edged coin would wear away
faster than one with a milled edge, ano
hence tlm larger denominations are
milled, ll is no Use to try to glless hiov
i' is done, for forty-nine out of fifty per
sons would tubs ji. Tliev are dilipped
into a cavil v in a powerful machine
mi ranged to lit ihem, and the coins, y
'ng flat upon one side, nrc s,pieeei the
i.:i fie as if a tube shut up on all sides of
jour tinker at once. TliU nulls the
edges, 'J he pressure on each dollar in
stamping ami punching Is about eiglc.v
wiH.itr. tiii; mi.vi u omi; num.
I'ncli! Sam contract for his silvi r
bullion thoaiuu as a private Individual
does for hi Vegetables, He agree lo
take all the ore Iiirnlshed by two large
Colorado mine, and any supply which
nn Individual may wih to dispose of
linds a ready nale. The mines ship by
express ut their own expense, but lit
fending nway money tin- government
pays all charges.
The New Orleans mint makes about
8'KUHKJ silver dollars per month. This
Is about the only coin mado there of
lute j ear. The dollars aro racked up,
1,01X1 In a bag, uud stored In the big
vault until wanted for shipment. Mon
ey is handled as recklessly as if it had
no value. You meet men and bovs car
rying great trays loaded with It, and
vou see wheelbarrows containing u full
bushel going in several directions, but
you do not see the records kept by tho
chiefs of each department. These rec
ords follow every fraction of an ounce
of silver from the time it is taken in un
til it Is sacked up in the vault Let
one of tho employes "cabbage" a coin
and detection would bo as certain us
There is a general idea that tho Con
federacy made a big haul when it cap
tured the mint in the begitiniug of the
war. There was scarcely any bullion
on hand at that date, and probably the
loss to Uncle Sam was not over If-'OO.
The Davis Government turned out a
few coins of no great value, ami build
ing and machinery were preserved in
good order. -M. Quad, in Detroit Free
The national costume of .tece, if
vou can onlv see it clean, is one of the
most picturesquo and graceful dresses
ever imagined, its cniel leaturo is mo
snowy fustanella, really a very full pet
ticoat, said to contain 'thirty-six yards
of white linen. It does not reach quite
to the knee; under it are worn tight lin
en drawers, bound with showy garters
into gaiters of cloth or frieze (the color
is left to the fancy of the wearer and
they are often richly embroidered) and
shoes which turn tip in a point; and
their broad leather belt has a pouch on
the left side and contains a perfect bat
tery of embossed and silver lulled arms.
Above are worn a white linen shirt,
with full sleeves, and a cloth or velvet
jacket, often gloriously embroidered
w ith gold thread, with sleeves, if sleeves
they can be called, which are mere
broad strips of embroidery, which cau
be fastened around the arm at the wrist
or left to swing loose behind; a loose
fez, with long, blue tassel, completes
the costume of the (ireck dandy. In
another group stands a lady dressed af
ter our western ways, but the bonnet is
replaced by a fez, with a long, thick
gold tassel coquettishly pinned on the
right side of the head; and near her a
shabby Greek priest or papas, his long
tangled hair and beatd falling over
rusty black robes. They are an ill
looking lot, I allow, but their groups
and gestures are as picturesque as you
would see anywhere. I am afraid we
must cQjielude that what was known a
tho (irerk typo of beauty is extinct, or
it is to be found only in the wild moun
tainous districts, where the blood of the
race has been kept free from admixture
with Albanian, Venetian and Turkish
elements. I have twice seen crowds
which might have comprised nearly the
whole of the able-bodied population of
Athens, and I cannot remember a .sin
gle face whose beauty imprinted itself
on my mind. You might see tall, well
built young fellows, easy m tlieir tear
ing and particularly graceful in their
attitudes of repose, but their faces al
ways had something of savagery about
them; and as for the women, not to be
impolite, I must be silent altogether.
Correspondence Brooklyn Euylc.
The Egyptian Cholera.
A middle-aged negro who seemed to
be laboring under considerable excite
ment baited a policeman on Larned
street vesterdav and asked:
"Say, boss, what 'bout dat '(Jypshun
cholera de papers am niakin' sieh a fuss
"Why, they have tho cholera over
there." was the reply.
"An' she's gwino to spread to dis
. "An' dey say it's powerful bard on
do cull'd populashun. Man up Wood
ward avenue tole mo dat it jumped
right ober white folks to git at a black
"I believe that's so."
"Wall, 1'se gelt'in' ready fur it, I'se
carryin' an onion in each breeches pock
et. Woman on de market tole mo dat
was a sure stand-ol'."
"I shouldn't wonder."
"An' I'se drinkin' a cup full o' vim
egar wid kyann pepper sprinkled in.
Hardware man tolo nio dal was a boss
"An' I'se soakin' my feetlnsourmilk
free nights in a week an' rubhin' my
spine wid kerosene ile. liuieher up
Michigan avenue tolo mo dat was a sar
"1 should think it was,"
"An' I'se got tarred paper an' cut
out sides to wear in my boots. One of
de aldermen tole mo dat de cholera al
ius strikes de feet fust thing. I reckon
it won't git frew dat tarred paper. An'
I'se been chew in' a gum made of bees
wax nn' taller, wid a lectio camphor
gum rolled in. An' I'se been bled
twice in de last month, an' had a tooth
pulled, an' mv ha'r cut an' mv nhoto-
graph taken, an' I reckon if do cholera
conies friskiti' around Detroit I needn't
be uneasy. Detroit Free 1'rcss.
The Old Women of San GabrW.
The Kl Paso Times savs that the pen.
pie of San Gabriel go far toward im
mortality, aud two venerable ladies,
ai'ed 1)'J and 117 years, as is proved by
the church records, aro celebrities to
whom tho stranger pays his respects
and his silver pieces. Diving inside an
adobe hut, a ntixom and swarthy Ltd v
stniled at us from her washtub, and ad
vanced with the weet "buenos dias"of
(hose people. Crossing under her
cloihes-line we found the ancient Laura
silling on the ground with a faded bed
quilt wrapped about her shoulders.
With her Mil years Seiiora Laura bad
not learned tho ways of neatness, and
mt abjectly In tho dirt, with more dirt
and dust on her struggling; black lock.
Sciioru Renjamina, who owns to 117
years, lay inside her miserable hut with
mattered bedquilt about her and her
head sunken in another dirty quilt.
Chickens scratched and pecked tho
ground bctddo her, hopped on her pros
trate form, and made the but ring with
their clucking and crowing. At the
suggestion of strangers and silver tho
poor old wreck of Immunity turned her
withered face toward us, and tho skin
ny hands were outstretched for coin.
A more revolting and saddening spec
tacle cannot be Imagined than those
I wo forlorn and trembling old creatures,
shriveled, wrinkled, uud withered as
mummies with bleared eyes, hooked
claws, and thin. trembllr voices.
Had B.!.-n Th -ra.
I; wu.s on tin; elevated road the other
morning. A man was seen to suddenly
rise upward, look around on tho seat,
leel in all Ins pockets, and grow excited
over the os of something or other.
Lo.si your wallet.?'' queried tho man
next to him.
'Had your watch taken?"
"liO-t a mil of bills, perhaps?"
"It is my check-book. I believe
left it at home. Dear, bow careless I
"It ni'ght be worse," said the othet
ill 11 coll"i,!;'f lone.
1 don't sc.- how it could," growled
the other, "My w ile will sit down and
lij.ire up the mii'i-, and when I go
lion,'- to d 'uner i;'il take a full hour to
make her believe ihat, 'incidental' bus
iinvtluir; to do with household ex-peii-is."
Hall tr et W trs,
Kissing by Telephone.
An eaves-dropper "took this off" the
other morning when the Ihcrnioiiictei
stood ten below:
He (in I,ons)-Is that you, dearest:
She (in Clinton) --Yes, love.
lle-l'ut the nioiith-pieco to your
She - Yes, what?
He -(Kisses) that.
Sue -Oh, my. Was that lightning?
lie-- Did you get it, dearest?
She -Yes. hve cool and distant, but
so sweet. Call again.
A Sideudid Remedy for Lung: Diseases.
Dr. Kotit Newton, lute President ol the Electric
Culli-itu of the City of New York, and formerly of
Cincinnati, Ohio, need Da. Wil. Hall'i Balsa
very extensively in hie prur.tice, a many uf Ion
patient now living, and rstored to health by thu
use ef thin invaluable medicine, can amply leillfy.
llu always mid that ao good a remedy ouuht nut to
bo considered merely ae a patent medicine, but
that it ought to be prescribed freely by every physi
cian ns a sovereign remedy in all casea of Lung
Diseases. It is a sure cure for Consumption, aud
has no cu.ua! for pectoral complaint.
WC desire to call the attention of the public lo
Bellinger's. Liniment, mw of the best prepurstlnna
ever put up for all geueral pnrposea for which a
Lin'meiit l used. Applied to the head It relievea
headache, and prevents the hair from falling out.
Why suffer with Malaria? Emory' Stand
ard Cure l'ills are infalliable, never fail to
cure the most obstinate cases; purely vege
table. i5 cents. (2)
A Chicago Merchant's Experience.
After I had become almost skin and
bone, with neither strength, appetite nor
ambition left, and the dor tors couklt.'t
help me, two bottles Parker's Ginger Tonic
cured me completely. M. D. Wtstcott,
Lamp M'f'r, Chicago.
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
ol your rest by a sick child Buffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth? If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhtea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, Hoftens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and cives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. ins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians Hiid nurses in the United States,
uud is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Trice 25 cents a bottle.
See a woman in another column near
Speer's Vineyards, picking t,'rftI'8 frm
which Speer's Tort Orape wino is made,
that is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for tho use of invalids, weakly
persons and the aged. Sold by druggists.
Millions Given Away,
Millions of bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds, have been given away as trial bottles
of the large size. This enormous outlay
would be disastrous to the proprietors, were
it not for the nire merits possessed by the
wonderful medicine. Call at Barclay
Uros' Drug Store and get a trial bottle
free, and try for yourself. It never fails to
Never (live Up.
If you are suffering with low and de
pressed spirits, loss of appetite, general
debility, disordered blood, weak constitu
tion, headache, or any disease of a bilious
nature, by nil means procure a bottle of
Electric Hitters. Y'ou will be surprised to
see the rapid improvement that will follow;
you will be inspired with new life; strength
and activity will return; pain and misery
will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice
in the praise of Electric liitters. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Uarclay Bros. (5)
To all who me suffering from the errors
unci indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss ot manhood, c., i
will semi a recipe that will cere you, Kit
ok ciiauok. This great remedy was
discovered hy a minister in South America.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to tho Kef.
Josi i'ii T. Inman, Station D., New York
To The Went.
There are a number ot routes leading to
the above-mentioned section, but the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Lotiii and
over the Missouri 1'ncillc Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, Snint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Curs of the very
fircMl iimke are attached to all trains,
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Coloradn, New Mexico and Cal
if -mi a ei.niiuct with cxpresi trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Oniuh'i, connection is male with the
Overland train for California.
This lin oilers to parties etiroute to the
West and Northwest, tint only fust time
and siipeilor accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, us it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri ami Nebraska. Sue) for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, of thir
line, which will be mailed free,
O. B. Kims an, F. Chanhlku,
Ass't (len'l Pass. Agent. Ucn'l Pass Agent.
Fadkd hair recovers Its youthful color
and soft, silky texture by the Use of ,irk
em' Hair Balsam.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache. Headache, Toothache,
(Sine Thronl. Suelllnus. Hirniii, HrulM-a,
linens. SenMs. I'rinl lines.
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.kick's poKT Gpape Wink !
FOUK YEALS OLD.
'PHIS CKI.KHUATKI) NATIVE WINE Is male
A trmn the julre of ihe Hpnrto ii-npc, raised in
thU rour.try. It invaluable tunic and rlreiiglh
ening prnpertie lire unsurpassed bv any other
Native Wine. Il-iug the pure Juice of the (irape,
prudiieeil under Mr. Speer's own personal mpervi
sum, its purity and genu I n ness, am nuarai teed
Tie; younest child in iy partak of lt i;-iieruu
qualities, and ihe weakest invalid use It in advan
tage It is particulars beneficial to '.lie uj;e. and
debilitated, and suited tn the t urmtis ailments that
affect Hie weaker seX. It is ill every respect
WINK TO UK ICIvI.lhP r,.
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P. J. MieiTv.
The l7. .1. SlIKKIU' is a wine of Superior Char
acter and i .anakesof the rich qualities of the rnpt
Irom which II is made rur runty. Kutmess, rla
voi mid .Medicinal I'roperties. ll will be foand uo
Sneer's P. .1. Brandy.
This f'.KAN'DY stands unrivaled in thin Country
beiie.'far superior (or medicinal purpose. It is a
piiredisiillation from the Knife, ami contain val
uable medicinal properties. It has a delicate lla
vnr. slimlarto tbulof ibe t'rapes, from which It is
distilled, and is ill threat favor amone flrt-clas
families. See that the signature of Al.FKI.D
Sl'RKU, l'a-salc, J., : over the mrkol e.i b
Sold Bv PAUL SCJIUI I
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.1. A. Do: il 1 1 in.-, of Dolilslini! l(i iseti water, w hole
sale ami ret il drv u,n,t, tr. ; ,1ns. S. Meliahey,
I ii tn bu r Healer; Wm. K. I'llelier, eelieral airent
Albert Lewis, dialer in llnur and Kralu;
Thninas, bricklayer ; .Mnes I'lillllps, coulraetor
and builder; It. A. Clin inliley, Krncer; Thus,
I. ewis, seereiarv and altnrniy-iillaw ; V. II
Mareuh, ll-iii'i'palliic lihysiclati : II ha der, of
Hauler A Hun. grocers; It, II llalrd, slree super
visor; IvIM While, ass si c. W. Jt :. M . A. ho.
cleiy; ,1. W. Spier, lunilier mid s .w-inlll; l, I,,
lleriil ;iin. barbel i K 11 Dl.'trlc.b, clerk W St I,.
,v. I'.lt I! ; M. Knlner. ini'ichioii lallor; .1 i-ir M.
Chirk, dealer In wall paper and window shades; ,1.
K. Kutfllsh, contractor and builder; Will '1'. Ued
liiiru.nl Mntse ,t tO'dbiirii, cluar inaiiiifactiirer ;
V. Vim enl, desler in limit a i ceinenl; , A.
I'hi'ips, pliniimraplier; W.t'. Jm ehn, deniisi; S
II. Tuber, in li. Jeweler; ,1. It. Knlilnsoti, ,1. I'.and
notary public; .1. H. I'elrir, ili iclair, II. W,
jtostw'ick. Illsiiraie e aitenl ; K. 1'.. .latbiie, fnremail
hi . (Ja mains, mid K K, Will tridi;o. lamber ami
saw-liilll. nf Cairn; II. Leghorn, in-lni- Mat,
Hank, Stuart, Iowa; Itev. V, A . Wtlkersnu. I'rvii,"
tiiirK, Ky.i J.W. Tarry, physician. Fulton, Kv
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The ONLY Round Hole Perforating Ma
chine in Southern Illinois.
Independent in all
DELIVERED BV CARRIER, 25 CENTS PER WEEK',
f 13,00 PEIVEAR, iiO PER CENT DISCOUNT IF PAID
VEARLY IN ADVANCE. BY MAIL, f 1.00 PER MONTH,
10 00 PER YEAR. IN ADVANCE.
M COLUMNS 1!!.
Filled With Choice Read inrr
Matter and Local
TERMS BY MAIL:
SBS.OO PER YEAR
Alwavs in Advance, w No Taper.
Neutral in Notli
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