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THE DAILY CAIRO HULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 5, 1883.
The Daily Bulletin.
A K-ici of Gamblers.
'Tl.o M unif.K-tiire (if Trices" is a
suliji'ct liv:tu-il in a roniarkable ninn
!ut I iy Ifii iy D. Lloyd, In tho Sortk
Ann. run n Avi'h u lti iim UuiUul Status
it U (liiviuiH tliat tlio Mstitm of supply
nml ili-ni ml luis but littlo to do with
t ho fii-t of tin' majority of comnioditii'S
rnti'i'in into tlio mn'ssitips of lift1. Tho
rroilui't) KxcIkiiilto rt'ccives ono bushel
out of tin' M'Vfii of tlio whom orop
pmwn in this country, but sells just
twice over all that hm been ever bar
Vfsk'd. Wo niakf about (5.000,000 bales
of cotton, but tlm suppositious crop
of tlm New York Kxeliaiitfo is Ji',000,
(i0. lYti-o'ouni wells may ebb ami
How, nml tlirouirli tlieir piping '
pish the m-nul :M. 0011,11110 of barrels in
the a ear, but in ono week petroleum
cxel'iat);e sell J,0iHl.0i)i),ti00 barrels.
More cotton is seetletl, jrrown, pickeil
ami jrinneil in H.-umver scjuaro than in
the whole cotton I.h-Ii; even in William
street is the muii'l lein; tapptMl, ami
coiiiinnoiis are 1 ho oceans of oil that
How from that peculiarly odorous por
tion nf our sNter city. It is not tho
consumer who makes the price on the
i' (V.-i! lie drinks at bis lireakfa't, nor
for the bread be eats, the butter lie
spreads on it. nor for the bacon be uses
for a relish, nor the ejrjs he is served
with. There is "a factory of prices"
run by tho ablest, the wealthiest, tho
most astute of bosses and syndicates,
ami it, is they who determine exactly
how much money it will cost a work
man and his fainiiy to subsist during
any piveii time. Mr. Lloyd trow tho
history of the most gigantic of these
price factories, which is tho Chicago
hoard of Trade. Duly thirty years aro
it allured business to its rooms by
means of very cheap lunches, and. for
a lon time, the business amounted to
nut Lin;:, but la-t vear it received and
paid for in cash ;-', Ooo.nOO of farm
produce,' and jramiiled in intangible
crops to the amount of $3,000,000,000.
The power of what are
a . til
wealthy criminal ci
lasses, jMr. j.iovh
says, can hardly be otimaU'd. To ef
fect their purpose, they have, in addi
tion to puieiiasin all available sup
plies, bebl t lie railroad companies com
pletely within their Lrrasp. They have
been able, though all tiie granaries in
the land were full to bursting whh
wheat, to Mum; a single fjrain tu the
miller so that the slock of flour through
out the lau l should be enhanced. Sir.
l.loyd may have presented a very terri
ble picture of tiie modern methods of
ibii:rr business, but the thoughtful
man. not eiiaed in trade, sometimes
shudders when he thinks w hat may lie
the seipienee to all these nefarious
i' m';iia:i'nv I: means to him the up
tWwz of t:i'' mi :'rv and the miserable,
and a violent as-ertiou, sooner or later,
of iiUiaaa ri''iit.
a w vit
A few days slm-c a
troi:t r. who i a bit of
lrU-tfl who resale- in one of MichijrauV
t.un'j. rrowinjr and a-pirlnj villages.
A lour of tin' p. ace w.i-. made, the res
ident cabin.' the D -'.niter's attention
tu every two-'
idaees of i i-'n
ry lioii and all tin
. tl.e new chnreli, the
spot where a tire-enjine limine is puin;:
to be built and ail 'the other village
lion. After i;m found had been made,
lie turned in on the Deiroiter aii'l in
"Hnw do umi
ike our town? (live
us a candid answer!
"It si t'll.s to nil' 1
frliiT:ii' kind of a villa;.''
"Wide-awake? Von bet it is!
ririir? There is more j:it up and
here than n any ntht-r place of
times it's : in tiie state. We will
city w hen tiie next legislature meets,
and I'm L'oin.' to rati for ntavor. What
do iii think ol our s'reeis?"
"They are of fa;r width, and when
graded and -:ivi-i, on will have some
very pretty drives, especially if you set
out shade trees."
We are e-oin (,, p;ivc (iU:ni all, sir.
cWi-v (Hie it ti
dy baeii st re-'t'
How do you );
iisiiiie ntsr '
in, and not have mud-a-
t henid-foy cities do.
e our mercantile estab-
)iii- shuns :uid stores ap-
pear to te well
jll'L'e yo IV Y:itl
locked, nml should
s can all be supplied
M.'ht lit ;-, at home.
"Thai's o:n- nt mir s!ronr points. Wit
areet'tii'iv iiidepeiid'-nt of everybody
and everything. Whenever we tliseov
er a want, some enerctic ti.au of bu-i-ln-ss
teps ri,'ht ill and supplies it. No
matter w nai nu-:nes mun mav ne eu-
e:ir--d in le-re, iijs market is riplit here,
and a.i that In- needs to make his busi
ness prolitabie i- a: his liui.il."
"I am satislie l tiiMt -1 ich is tiie fact,
for I have se,.i ni'i"y ivi'li-neus tiiereof
th afternoon. Here, directly oppositi
on the otm-r side if tl.e street, is an iu
Statiee." And the Detroiter pointed to a lari.'e
wimluilll for pump. in' water, beneath
the revolving linns nf which stood a
covered de.ivery waj'o-i, ujion the sides
of wh'eh W a- in-er l'i-d:
"lTUM DAII'.Y I ARM MILK."
In .- wi I'm: l'n:iS.
Potni ilu ;l sr.- l);ff-:r-.-:it,
A small nai'u of jonn men were
stand. n,' on :i street corner the otie-r
I'Vi-nile.'. ' I.eV Wei'e Cliriolsv CXalllill
ill' 11 Uliele ,e!o.;.i to oil" of them,
and, a a st r-rrr -r e-uiie abni, an an
ilnale.l i ! ', s. h - -ion nro.c,
"I ill I eo'lM id
v on it, said one.
o e.,.-,e, lUlotlier, "I
i.c a llo.se oil it. "
bard tiling to do," oh
'd voii haven't got the
jii-.l I iglit."
to do! ' chined in ihe
wish I could ma
"It's a pl'el' i
served It third. '
ban'.' of the t'lie
slranL'i-r. haliin mid regartlin.: Ihe
party with evident eoiiteinot, "Whv, I
could blow a bugle before 1 win a font
"Well, solue bll"
others," said Ihe
"( iililillii t lial bil
les are dill'crctit fnun
gle," said the hi rang-
It whs iiniii 'di itely handed to him,
and, putting it to his lips, he made one
trial ll'ip. 'l'hi'i'e was jt Mibdlli'd splllt
lor, tiiid l ie stiangi.-r began a kind ol
wardaiiee, ntllie .'one time holding Ids
mouth iu I'Oih ha'els.
"(ireal Cn oiiiili n's needle!'' lie
yelled, with tears siieaining from Ids
eyes. "Who iu thunder idled that
mouthpiece with cayenne pepperP I'm
email, geiitleiiu-n. light and fragile, but
I can lick the man who peppered the
Lorn." UmtvitU IhrukL
Kor'hwsttra ft't, rr,
1 nbsolutcdy li.tver bi.le.ed lii r.-
anytliin in ' America "omparabie i:
grandeur to the scenery I have seen oi.
my necessarily brief visit to Mount Ta
coma, says Senator Mdiuiimls in I'm i
land Onjoniau. Tin' access, I lianas
to the well cut I rails made by the cii
jrigeer of the Northern Paoilie Road, is
eiisvaudtvill beiiiade.-is eay as a carriaoe
road, or nearly, within a month from
now. To express half of my admiration
for the transcendent, crimd'our of every
part of the scenery, ami especially nf
the srlacier, in all Hid features found in
such phenomena, it would be impos
sible to lind words. Certainly no Alpine
(.'lacier excels it in perfection, and yet,
as was piven to understand, it is the
least, in point of size, of all that have
been discovered on this mountain. 1
cannot help saving that 1 am thorough
ly convinced that no resort in the Unit
ed States will be so much sought after
as this when once people coine to know
wlit iin-n cross the Atlantic to see
what can be seen in eipial splendor, if
not surpassed, at home. 1 bear doubts
expressed us to whether Mount Tacmiia
can be ascended; but a steady head, a
sure foot, a reliable alpeii-tuck and a
little determination could probably ac
complish what is, of course, a very dur
ing feat. New Taeoma has a fortune
in the fact that it is the best point from
which to start to this, the ;:iMmle.t of
all American mountains. Jf Switzer
land is riirhtly called the playground of
Murope, I am satistied that around the
base of Mount Taeoina will become a
prominent place of resort, not for
Americans only, but for the worid be
side. Nothing can be. to me at least,
more enjoyable than tin' eradual ap
proach to the inner circle of tiie court
where the monarch of our northern
mountains ivins supr 'inc. The emo
tions stirred in one's breast completely
defy ali the powers of laiiuae to ex
press. When we reached the foot of
the glacier, fool-sore und weary as we
were, 1 could not help pausing in breath
less silence as we It-viewed this majestic
mass of ice, imbedded in the bosom of
this ::intic monarch anions the Alps.
If it w as not the grandest of the p-oiip
as wo were informed, it was enough
in:i'uilicence for us. Tiie stupendous
sides of tiie canyon iu which the pheder
lay formed a se'ttiur perfect in harmony
t 1 contrast, if the term be admissible,
to tiie pagodas and pinnacles of the se
cluded mass of ice.
I have been through the Swiss moun
tains, ;i:i, I mil compelled to own that,
incredliile as the assertion may appear,
there is absolutely no comparison be
tween the tinest eU'eots that are exhibit
i d tin-re and what is seen in approach
ing this efatid. isolated mountain. 1
wmild be willing topn live hundred
miles a.-ain to see tiiat scene. '1'j i i
C'l.'it.neiit is yet in ignorance of the ex
istence of what will be one of the grand
est sno.v places as w ell as a sanitarium.
Life on a Hih L-vel.
We MiitifiTv-i feel, remarks tiie Vir
ginia City Lnit.rjtri-, that we are pret
ty wll up in the world here on the
Comstock. particularly in w inter, but
w e are only a little over 7. OO" feet ut'"ve
the level of the sea. This, in some
places, would be looked upon almost as
lieins: dow n on the plain, yet many per
sons complain of the liphtue-s of the
atmosphere in this city. Mven here
tiie iiotisfwil'e tiuds some ilitbelilty ill
kiiie; meats and vepctab.'t s by hoil
. Water boils here at a temperature
too low to cook some klllo." ot loo.l. J here.
eerv year complaint that peas
brought from California are as hard as
buckshot. The trouble is that the
w ater does Hot become SUtlieietitiy hot
tj cook tbelll. Here, w hell either II. eat
or vegetables are Ijein-' cooked bv boii-
inp, i lie vcsel should have a close-lit-tinp
lid in order that the steam may be
cotiiined. lhere is, of coiir-e, no
trouble about roastiii' meats or any
thing else, lire beinp as hot here as in
any other part of the world. While
stranpers complain much of the thin
ness of our atmosphere, old settlers are
not much distressed, and children born
and reared here seem not to sutler in
convenience in any way. They race up
and down tiie sides of the mountains at
full speed without tiudinp any ddliciilty
iu breathing. Tlieir hues are larpe
t-nouph to take in all the air, lipht as it
is, that thev require. Nature provides
lunps for almost every altitude to those
who are born ami prow up on the spot.
There has been a jrreat deal of dis
cussioii recently as to the altitude at
which human beings can exist. In
South America there are towns, such as
l'oto.si, placed as hiph as the top of
Mount island, the inhabitants of which
feel no inconvenience. The highest in
habitated spot iu the world is, however,
the liuddhist cloister of llanle, in Thi-
net, w here twenty-one priests live at an
altitude of 16,000 feet. The brothers
Schlapinweit. when they explored the
placicrs of the Ibu Gautin, in tho same
country, encamped at 21,000 feet, the
highest altitude at which a J-luropoan
ever passed the night, hven at the top
of Mount Illane Professor Tytidul's
party found it very unpleasant to do
this, though the professor himself did
not confess to feeling as bad as they.
The highest mountain iu the world "is
Mount Everest (Himalaya). 29,003 f-.
and the condor has been seen winging
"the blue air" 6o() feet higher.
A New Ban:.
"What is the shingled hate
a Philadelphia reporter.
"The shingled bang i. simply a man's
haircut. We begin at the forehead,
nml, raising the hair on our lingers, cut
right straighl hack to the part lictween
the front and back hair, which is just
at the ears. We graduate the length
as we cut back, leaving it longest nt
the forehead. The hair thus removed
is ironi six to tweiits-fnir inches in
" hat makes it so fashionable;'" was
'll, its cooler a good deal, for
tme thing, ami it ilV(.s ., immense
amount ol trouble; just l.alf the work
of hair-dressing. 1,-eli.'- oidv have to
Mo their hack hair ii iw. and so thev
tion i swniiow imt ha it the number o
nair-pins in jy useii mid so havo
twice the number of hoot ami glove
niiiion-nooK. l here are onlv Irn f tho
number of breakfasts and dinners kent
nuiuiig nun uuiy umi as niucn mason
lino profanity as there Used to be. The
shingled bang iu an evangelizing influ-ence."
I'r;'uc!i Snruiifg rr.uu llnvw
It is not generally know n that vcrv
few. if an v, sardines ure importeil.
Nearly nil the lish consumed in America
come from the southeast corner of
Maine. At llastport there nro nineteen
places where they turn out sardines; at
Lubec, three, ami along the coast at
dill'ei'ctil parts many others are found.
j"o catch the lish small trees or brush
are thrust into Ihe bottom of little lutvs
or directly into the main body of water.
They are arranged in a line quite close
together, running out from the shore
some sevehly-livo or a hundred feel,
then curved like a horseshoe, with a
line returned to the shore, in iis is
placed a net. At the proper tidal mo
ment the net is raised and the tish taken
up in scoop nets. The tish are not. sal
dines at all; but small herring.
Alter being placed in the boats tin y
are at once placed in the packing place
and laid upon long tables in heaps. The
first step feipiires the cutting oil' of the
head and the removal of tiie entrain,
which is done entirely by very y ming
children. The ti.-ii aro l.lien placed in
warm water, which is slightly agita'ed
iu order to cleanse them thorough'.;..
After this neee.sary precaution they aii
piaoci! on vcrv large gridirons, id hl m
the bars are thin and wide apart, and
then suspended over a very hot lire,
where they are partly broiled. These
gridirons are called "llakcs," and he'
about l'.'o lish. The sardines are placed
in position on tho "llakcs" by l.ti.e
girls, who receive ten cents for tilling
every hundred. After broiling the lisii
are ready for the boxes. Tlu -e are al
ready prepared with the attractive
I reiich labels. The oil is cot;oa-seed.
pure atnl simple, and is not n!w:u s of
the best ijiiaiity. The first ipiality of
oi! is tisyd, however, for these sardines
sold as prime.
The actual cost per box, iuclihi
expenses, is live cents. The pre
by the packers sometimes rcaeue seven
and nine cei.ts, but is often ie-s. The
ditb retu-e between these priecs and the
consumer's expenditure is lost in the
tlill'ercnt hands through which the tish
pass. Cor. I hi'a'k'i'nn Vt.w.
The SparUii Way,
He was driving out of l'li;i:fi--ll the
other day with such a satistied look on
his face that an actptaintiuice hailed him
"Well, Uncle Ililiv, what's happen-
"Voii know them live sons of mine?"
( )ii, e-."
"Wall", they are alius buyin' and sell
in' and speculatin', and not a day pass
es that some of 'em don't ask me to in
dorse his note."
"And of course you do?"
"No. Them boy s are rather shaky,
vou know, lint I'm going to after tins,
llang it, I'm their own father, you see,
and it looks kinder mean to refuse 'cm.
I've been down here and deeded the
farm to the old woman, put a chattel
mortgage on the stock, and sold oil"
ino-t ot the tools, and now if the Imys
want my name on their notes I can sit
tlown iticl give it to 'em like a Spartan
father. W'otl 'ir...( A'tH'.s.
The glory of a man is his strength. If
you are weakened dow n through excessive
study, or by eiriy indiscretions, Allen's
Brain Food will permanently rest-ire all
lost vigor, and strengthen all the mu-tks
of Brain and Body. $l;tifor f").--At
For twenty-five years I have been seven
ly alilicted with IUy Fever. While I whs
suffering iuteusely 1 was induced, through
Mr. Ticht tier's testimonial, to try Kly's
Creim Balm. The effect was marvelous. It
entbk-d me to pel form my pastoral duties
without the slighest inconvenience, and I
have escaped return attack. I pronounce
Kly's (.'reum B dm a cure for Hay Fever.
Win. T Curr, Presbyterian Pastor, K'.iv
A Lawyer's Testimony.
During eight ye .rs my attacks of dys
pepsia were so te'rri tile that I otteu had to
stop business. Parker's Ginger Tonic
built me up from almost a skeleton to
the perfect lic-fUth I now enjoy. J. Jc-rulo-
nian, hawver, N. i City.
kk a woman in another column near
S peer's Viie-yards, picking grapes from
which Spccr's" Port Grape wine is ma le,
that is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, tor the u.-e of invalids, weakly
pi r-oiii M-.d the aged. Sold by druggists.
To T he West.
I lit re me a number of routes leading to
the above-mentioned section, but the direct
Had reliable route is via Saint Louii ami
over the Missouri Pacific Kail way. I wo
trains daily areiun from the Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Puhice bleeping Curs ol tne very
lirest make hre attached to all trawB.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kam-as, ColoraH'i, New Mexico and Cal-
't' -rniii noniii.et u-itli cnri (i trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trams lor Kansas and jNeorftsKa
At Oinalm, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This line oilers to parlies t-nroute to the
West and Northwest, nut only fast time
and supciior accomodations, hut beautiful
reetii ry, us it pusses through the finest por
tion of Missouri and Nibrai-ka. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &c, of this
line, which will be mailed free.
C. U. Kin nan, K. Ciianw.eb,
Ass't (len'l Pass. Agent. Gin'l pass Afjcnb
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