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TUB DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MOIiMVil, SEPTEMBER 1, I88J.
The Daily Bulletin.
Florida has n.'Vi'niy-onn ninvspftpors.
Poston lias H) gallons of w ater a day
fir each inhabitant.
Penitentiary convicts at Lnrami
Wyoming Territory, turn out 90,MH)
bricks a wi'ck.
One i if the judges apfioinloil by Gov
ernor Duller linds that u woman cauio
to her death by bciii struck by a "cil
lemlcr" of a'loconiotive engine.
An eccentric lounger in Tazewell
county, Iowa, has placed thirtocu largo
iinu-chairs in as niauy stores, so he can
always liavo a seat when he calls.
Thivo hundred ami four suits for di
vorce were brought in Cuyahoga coun
ty, Ohio, las! ear, beventv-one of them
ou the ground of marital infidelity.
The reentered debt of IWlin is about
17,i"i,(ioo -.narks, mi which the surplus
pmtin of t!ie g:i works pays the entire
Mot of the deviltry done in tier
many, Ku:land and Ireland now is
blamed on (it-rnian-Amerieans, Irish
Aiueriean. and Auierican-Atuerieans.
Lawns cm be cured of ants by blow
ing Persian powder into the holes the
ant.s make in the ground. Anyway,
a B'Kton man who has tried it says so.
There is a man up iu Vermont whose
brains, aeeordinj to one of the medical
journals, lave dried up, so that they
rattle around like beans in a bladder
every time he shakes his head.
The largest object-glass in use is the
twenty-six inch lens at Washington,
with a focal length of thirty-three feet.
Its light gathering power isl6,0lH) times
that of the unaided e e..
The favorite perfume of the Km press
Josephine was mu-k. A Boston editor
sensibly slices' ti.at people who blame
Napoleon fur divorcing her should stop
to consider this.
Larire ipiantities of land are being
leased in Lima. Livingston County, X.
Y., for the purpose of boring for salt.
It is believed that Lima is over a rich
Over 7(H) miles of subterranean tele
graph lines are completed in France,
and l,.')oi miles are in course of con
struction to be completed by the end of
Ono firm in dates county, North Car
olina, owns thirty miles of narrow
gauge railway, connecting live of its
saw-mills. It does the largest lumber
buiness in the State.
Prof. Alexander Graham Bell is col
lecting books, pamphlets, etc., on elec
tricity, ami preparing a bibliography
of the eienee. lie has already indexed
the titles of mure than -I'XOOO works.
There is now no living member of the
croup pictured by Carpenter's cele
bratd painting of "Signing the Procla
mation.' Montgomery Blair was the
eighth and last.
Mr. Kd.-'m ha- had all he wants of
phonographs. "Th tii'Ti? I think of
tint t:io':"grapli." he say. "the more I
am eo;. iird that it would have been
a terrible thin z to set a machine to work
recording '.ill ttiat a person said."
A Pruian law require jteddl'TS t:
"iiehave jioiiti iy. clean their boots on
entering a hou--. and bow when offer
inz ware." Tin- peripatetic venders in
this eou.'.'rv evid.-nt.v never heard of
TiiO-e- who have - en the oMburying
ground at Provirieeii.w n will appreciate
the remark .f the bright young Boston
girl who .-aid he -houid not want to be
"I Would 1.1
all than to b
a-o a 'r-in.'i
Hill '.til i.eil s
"'h'-n I die," said sue,
be cremated once for
hurled tliere and sizzle."
i'iLoiiirh until V'ven years
r mi tin- Pariiie coa-t, has
ni.-e Its iiitroduetion to an
extent tru.v ri'iu:,i'i,a
ib: Tiiey are now
' the coa-t of Cali
I are making their
n per.soiM r,f the
e is forbidden by
to be f
law . ,,;
1. :;.' .
:ti i ;'
:iii I nieces,
Peeat'.iiiea .V ws lias this:
p a i.ot.a- e-:erdav for a
w iiite-l," and la-t cvi.-niii'r before
oiiih .vent to pr
i-;,', i;i our hoii
Jm;;i... Who say
"tn- made it
iohl - Weight eigtit
advertising ihw n't
IPgl.t-han i-ln " extends very far
iih'tj.' toe at lli.-ii e;e-. Parrots hold
tlif.r food li J ! i-t'efeiiee in th'riht
foot. a.d. t: oii.'ii we (iiiiio: -peak I'os.
itively, wa; tj.-i-: .
to n i; t;,i r gM ant
T.e- factory bell-h:t'-
alwav- t -u
-. ami s:i:ier seem
rior fool most o.ni-
of L:iw;'e!iei'. Mass.,
Holed for their liar-
im i.y of t-.iie :,ri i tune. This i.s the.
wor,; of lle!,r K. Oliver, who is an ac
coiiiii .-iii-! inc-Viafi, a'.d w ho w as (.-on-rected
with tj," iiia:iu;a.-turin ititi.r
of tj.e ein ia i infan'i-v. lie
Se.',-i,Mt J,;,, j,...,,
harm ir, .
N;un- in a mood of uncommon, not
to sa lai-!i. iiherul'uy, lias provided a
rei.'i nth-liorn Alabama r;rl with three
tongues. If liil- singularly-gifted voung
lady should ever reach years of matur
ity ami get married it i- safe to say that
ln-r hu-naml will mi over-tav his'limit
at the club more tnan mice. Xt w yrk
A bachelor who was tire, J of single
life set tie1 table ill his lolieiy aboih' w ith
plates for him-elf and an imaginary
win; ami nve ciiiiuren. lie tiien sat
down to liine, anil as often as lie liclpiM
himself to food he put the same quanti
ty on each of the other plates, and sur
veyed the prospect, at the same time
computing tlie cost. He istill a bach
tlor. I'iue sawdust, highly coiiipres,-,ed, has
been sui .-.-fully used to make up cen
ter frames of carriage wheels. It is
puid to lie so solid that it will bear a
pressure equal to twenty-three urns per
square inch. As sawdust has also been
used for partitions and bricks, its ap
plication to the production of complex
carvings ami moldings dies not seem to
be far OIL
Prof. Newman Smyth, of Bowdoin
College, says that there are elements of
discontent, fermenting among the peo
ple, and that we hardly realize the ex
tent of the opposition in some quarter
' ugaiu-it tho bank, thu stale and the
chinch. We nei less pirtv and more
n'leiiiilie le.'.slation. Id1 thinks. A gov
ernment of ignorance is nut a Mile gov
ernment. "May wo m-curo forever in
this country a government of the intel
ligent, for tho good of all the people."
Some months ago a prominent col
ored preacher died in Walter county,
(lecrgia, without apparent cause, which
led many people to lielievo he had been
conjured. A gypsy fortuno teller said
he had been voodooed by putting liz
zards under his pulpit. ' One of tho
prominent members of the church was
pointed out hs one who did it, lie was
jerked up before the council, and he
and his wife dismissed ns w icked con
jurers. Kate Field says: "The way women
travel with miserable, little dogs lills me
with amazement. Men don't; and when
1 think of the pampering these crea
tines get, nud what a nuisance they are
to travelers, and how the same amount
of care bestowed upon children would
result in untold good to mankind, 1 be
come cynical. The alVeeiion wasted
upon poodles would, if properly di
tributed, supply all poor orphans with
A cutlery manufacturer found at one
time a large amount of his gi ods being
returned to him as iu damaged condi
tion. Instead of bright, clean surfaces,
he found rusty, deeply oxidized blades.
After much vviitching to deUTiuiue the
cause, whether damp paper, the ill will
of some of his agents, or other caue. it
was located upon the man w ho sorted
and wrapped the knives in packages.
Kverytiiing he touched was found to
ruM, from the peculiar acid character
of his -kin exhalations. It is well known
that some persons cannot carry pocket
knives or bright iron articles, as keys,
etc., about their persons without tho
same becoming vcrv rustv.
Tbe Eesult of a Personal'
A funny story is told of a lady who
was foolish enough to answer a "per
sonal" iu a daily paper which stated
that a young man was desirous of mak
ing the acquaintance of a young wo
man, with a view to matrimony. She
carried on a long correspondence with
the advertiser, taking, however, tho
precaution to have her letters copied by
a confidential friend. She always sent
the copies and retained the originals.
Her answers came regularly, but her
correspondent was ipiite as cautious as
she was herself, for ho always employ
ed a type-writer, and she had no means
of becoming familiar with his handwii
ting. Finally, after a good deal of
gush, a meeting was agreed upon be
tween the pair, and the lady was some
what surprised when she arrived at the
place appointed, to see her brother
wearing in his buttonhole the (lower
which wa decided upon as the means
of identification. They both acknowl
edged their full v by indulging in a
hearty laugh ami went home together,
fully resolved to have nothing further
to do with these traps to catch the un
warv called "personals." liotton
One of the survivor? of the Jeannette,
a sailor, had been ordered to proceed
from Siberia to St. Petersburg, thence
to Liverpool, New York and Washing
ton, and report immediately to the Sec
retary of the Navy." He arrived in
Wa-hinirton at f o'clock in the morn
ing, and, baggage in hand, ieported im
mediately to tfie Secretary whom Lt
arou-ed from bed for that purpose.
Monday Evening, Sept. 3, 1&93.
The weather until to-day has been very
hot. The drouth still continues and vege
tation is drying up. Nodsmsge has as yet
been done to crops, but unless we have rain
6oon the yield of corn and late potatois
will be greatly reduced.
The market is weak and unsettled in
leading articles. Stocks are generally fully
up to the deinaad.
FLOUH The market is easy and prices
weak and lower. Fancy is scarce and
wanted at quotations, Other grades are in
HAY Tbe market is overstocked, and
the light demand is for strictly choice only
at 12 00
CORN We note a good supply and lit
OATS The market is weak. Stocks are
large and the demmd light.
MEAL Very dull. Prices are nominal.
BRAN Ka y and unchanged.
BUTTEU-Plenty and quiet. No de
mand except for strictly choice.
EGGS Scarce aad in active request at
CHICKENS In good supply and steady
demand for cho'ce young at quotations.
FRUIT Apples are in fair request.
POTATOES Very little doing.
WaleH ana Quotations.
NOTE. The prtcea Bart Ritea art tur alep fmm
Unit h&Lflu In round lum. Ad advance U
charred for broken lntmn nilluuordern.
I'M bhl fancy
:m hb) vartonii trade.
i nnia extra lancy....
I'M bbu choice
I'm hlil jiatetit
!' bide family
2 cam kIH edKU.
3 can choice . . .
.12 0XOI3 M
1 car mixed In bulk....,
1 car mixed tn bulk
5 can mixed in bulk..
3 care choice , in bulk ,
No. 2 Modltoranean.
2-to bbli Cltv on ordori 'j m aa 40
900 bb City 1 j
4(Vi pouuiln cholco Northern ISftlH I
,mh poQiidH cnuicn aorinurn lnea hki
Stlo pound! Southern lilt, fruih ... I'-ill
A roor-i hi' nil , ,
ronim youni! cmckunii
i wa-j W
Scoop choice younj; chickens.
1 7ftiiJ CO
SO boxes poaches
Applet per bhl, choice
. .2 0Oii-" W
VotHtot pi-r tumh S.VTP1
1'otmoi'B per U1 1 '
l'cr Crate 4 &' 05 ut
Tub- soiled ,
3o0 pdn. country.
II A CON.
8. C. llnnn..
Clear inden. . .
IUn 1 ,.i otif
ht. ,hiitif 1. ' 1'
Ohio lliver - 1
S't hnshel hurlap s
b hueliel "
Peachi-, halve me inarler '(
Apple, bright l-i
Choice navy ....
CboicH medium ,
Dry Klini choice...
Green salt ,
Sheep l'e't,dry ..
Sbeep Pell, ereen.
...fi va, "
.... 4 sua s
... Stt " ft
... 7 'i
KATK! OF KKiJIlillT.
Mer pbtt i
v Ur.eati ' ,
fl.ena. Ark 1.',!
Vickur2,. ....... lrVi
Wr below Meicuhl. IT),
Hav Tiour Pi rk
frewt. bhl. l,hl-
Foil ly.i.'ista, Indir;stion, DepresBion
of Spirits anil General Debility, in their
various forms; hIso as a previ-ntrrc Rirainst
Fever an'l Ayue, ari'J otlier Intermittent
Fevers,tlie "Ferro-l'husporated Elixir of
('alisiivH,'' made bv Caswell, Ilaz in! 5i Cc,
New York, an 1 smjM by all DruyR ists, is the
ett tonic; uti'l f'ir patients recoverin'' lrotn
Fever or other Kckne., it has no equal. (1)
If you suffer w ith Sick Ilea lac he, Con
stipation, Sour Stointicli, or ljilioua attack,
Einory'ri Little Cathartic Fills will re
lieve you. 15 centn. (3)
si-.k a woman in another column near
fpoer's Viti'-yanls, picking t'r&I)es fr",n
w hich Sijeer's I'ort Gnpe wuio j tna'Ii1,
that is so highly estei-inej by the medical
profession, for the use of invnliin, weakly
ptrsoBs and the aired. Sold by druggists'.
Given A way.
We cannot help not icini; the liberal offer
minle to all invaH- a and sufferers by Dr.
Kind's New Disco very fur Consumption.
You are requested to call at Dsrclay
Hrou' ilrui,' store, atei gi-t a trial bottle
free of cost, if you are suffering with Con
sumption, Severe C mitrhs, Colds, Asthma,
Dronchitis, liny Fever, Loss of Voice,
Hoarseness, or any affection of thu throat
or lunys. It will i msitively cure you. ()
To all who are null'eririg from the errors
nid in discretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay , loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a rei-.i),t! that will cpre you, KKKK
ok ciuiuiH. This (rreat remedy win
discovered iy a minister in South America.
Send a sell-ad dressed envelope to the Rev,
.Ioskimi T. Iiim.'.n, Station I)., New York
To The Went.
There are a number ot routes leading to
the above-ti ic-ntioned section, but the direct
and relialil c route is via Saitit Louiiainl
over the M .iwiuri Pacific Railwuv. 'te,,
trainsdail y art-run from tho Grand Union
Depot, Sa itit Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, At chison, St, Joseph and Onialri.
Pullins li Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
tirest ma are attached to all trains.
At Kr ,sas City Union Depot, nassenirers
for Ivansi is, Coloraai), New Mexico and ( n.
if-,r,iiH 'tnncct with vxprost trains of ul
At Atcliition, connection is miule with
express trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At O miiliu, connection is tnado with the
Overland train for California.
This line oilers to parties enroutu to the
West nr. d Northwest, not only fast time
Mid sup trior accomodations, but beautiful
winery , bs it passes through tho finest por
"ti ot" Missouri and Nebraska. Semi for
illi'stn .toil maps, pamplil;t, ic, oftl,i
line, ,ici will bo mailed free.
I. ' KlNAN, F. Chakdi.er,
Ass'u h'tiT Pass. Agent. Gco'l Pass Agent.
POUT GltAl'E WINE
f.1 . .
Spmkr's Port (Jpapk Wine !
FOUR YF.Al.S OLD.
'PUIS C"EI.K HUATl'.I) N ATI Yli WIN E 1 mats
1 irom the J.iion of ihe liportu (irape, rled tn
tlilii-uiii.tr)-. Itn Ir.Vdluiiliie tunic anil :n-nith-t
1 1 1 1 . tr propertii-i are uu:irpRK,(l liv any otlier
Native Wine, lti-im' the pure Julie of the 'Cirapo,
prmlui-eil umler .Mr. Sieer' own pi-rnniial tupervl
mm, ij purity anil t'emiliH tier, are guaranteed
Tli'i voiiui-pt ililld iii::y )url;ik" of H Kt-nfroug
qtiiilttie. and the uehiii'M invalid iie It to advun
taue It I partirnlarlY belli llclal to '.he sited and
d' hilitiiled. and fint'-d Iu tho various ailment that
atl'ei-t tin- weaker -x li l in every repptct
WINK TO UK It K t 1K( ON.
Spoor's .1. Sherry.
The IV .1. SllKKKV iss wine of Superior Chir
acu-r and 1 nr:-iki of ll.e rli li ijii al tlie of the yrnpc
from wlitrh U 1 made 1-or Purity. Kk-hnc. t la
vot and Mulieimtl Prcpertie. it will lie (onud un
Xwi'i' J. Brandy.
Thi ItKANDY !atnl unrivaled In thi Cmi
beiLu'far Hiiperior (u
pure dmtiHati.in Iro
medicinal pnrpoes. It l a
i the L-r;ipe. and ciiiitalnii vil.
Ualile nie'lli'ii.a' propern
. l: hii a iielicale na
erap.:. IMK1 hich It 1
f-iv,.r amouir tlrt-cl
vor. imtl.'tr to ttmt ot 1 tic
distilled, and i in en-ii
lamilie. .-ie thiit t!ie
SI'KK.H, l ii-Kiie. : . J
ci-nuiuro! of AI.FKK11
c over the cork of enct
Sold Jiv PAUI, SCI III II
ANI HY I)KL"'iiiISTS KVKH Y Wll r. KK.
mi h'ai.aid mh'imv,
sriiSTITrTK FoK LIKK I NSUJt
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society
Orzini'-il.liilv lHli. li;77, lii'ler the Laws
tbe s:te nf Illinois. CopvriKlitfd Juh
it, 1!17T, l lliti-r Ai t of Coll're6
.1AS. S Mh i AH KY.
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K.ili.'-r. lie reliant tailor; .left" M.
all wni'.r and indow i"haili.-: .J.
K l-.ri- i-ii. i oi.-ra'-tor and
builder: WiHT. lied-
bun., ni Mur-" ffedliton.
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tnv in i. i.f I'ni-o: II I.' 1 1 1 1 1 1 . rai-hur Nut.
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is Wealth !
Jm I.. c.Wi-.t'h NrnvK ami 1!h.m; Thkat.
Mr.v r. n iriuir-eii". ,1 h hmIii- fur IIvfOtiii. lliz:-.i.
neoa. ( 'otiMiKi'Mifc. I-ita. Nitvoih NeuriilL'in,
lli'Hiliielie. N' i miiii, Pt-o-1 rut n m cmn-eil by 'he iimh
lif nlenleil nr tiilni, u k -f ul IiffM. Metitnl Df
lirimMliili. Hi fli-i-ll l id Un, I, mill ri'HIl t IIIK in III-
sanity inn! I'-ieluu tn hum rv, ileeny iiiel Heath,
I'rinnuliiru Mhl Aire. Hum iiti'ei, l.iiss of power
in i.it hi. r n-r.. Invii iini.-iM- I.IIM-.CK mill nlii'ltniii"
nrriiiriienii'-'-'l t jy , . -r i j-1 n n of t be bruin, self,
i.iinui up ivi r.iinl'il.'i hi ,, I lu ll lnix 1'iiiitiiiiia
iii iiintitli'a tri'iil -i.' iil, , l,Ui u linx.nr six linxea
furi'i.oi.hi-iit liy iii.-ul i , i i -ml ii nri'ipt or iinco.
Hi'. (-It It AN III'. M IIOXIM
To cure iiny i-nw, With em li nnler rtrmvixl byns
tor hii IjiiX'-k. Mi-i 'iiiiiniiiii'il with i.l I, Wit Will
(uiiid tlm I'lireliii'M-r nnr writinn wnioanteo to ns
flltiil tin.) inniii y if tl.e tieiilinenl ilois iiolefloct
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