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THE DAILY CAIKO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY M HtN'INU, SEPTEMBER 19, I88S.
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The Ca'Klnl of Bourgis.
A'.iovn tho porcln's, which pivo tlm
iiii'iisuii! of its widi,ii, tho front tvsirs it
m'if, pilos itM'lf on u oi'cat sc!ilt, car
rii'il ii by jrulk'rks, nrcliits, windows,
(ioulpturo. nnd supported liy tht extra
ordinary 1 hick buttresses of which I
have spoken, and which, though thoy
embellish jt with deep shadows thrown
sidow'iMf, "o not improve its style. Tin)
portals, especially the niiddlo one, am
f xtronit'ly itiU'restin; they aro covered
with curious early sculptures. Tim
middle one, however, 1 must describe
alone. Jt has no less than six rows of
Inures the others have four some of
which, notably the upper one, aro slid
in their places. The arch at the top lias
three tiers of elaborate imagery. The
upper of these is divided by th lijruro
of Christ in judgment, of great. siA
still' und terrible, with outstrolehed
arms. On either side of him are
ranged three or tour angels, with the
instruments of the .Passion. Ueneath
him, in the second frieze, stands the
angel of justice with his scales; and
on either side of him is the vision of the
last judgment. The good prepare with
infinite titdlation and complacency to
ascend to the skies; while the bad are
dragged, pushed, hurled, stuffed,
crammed into pits and caldrons of lire.
There is a charming detail in thib sec
tion. Heside the angel on the right,
where the wicked are the prey of de
mons, stands a little female" figure,
that of a child, wdio, with hands meek
ly folded and head gently raised, waits
for the stern angel to decide upon hei
fate. In this fate, however, a dreadful
big devil also takes a keen interest; he
seems on the point of appropriating the?
tender creature; he has a face like a
goat and an enormous hooked nose, litit
the angel gently lays a hand upon the
shoulder of the little girl the moment
is full of dignity as if to say, ".'o,
she belongs to the other side." The
frieze below represents the general res
urrection, with the good and the
wicked emerging from their sepulchres.
Nothing can be more quaint and charm
ing than the difference shown in theit
way of responding to the final trump.
The good get out of their tombs with a
certain modest gayety, an alacrity tem
pered by respect; onu of them kneels U
pray ns soon as he has disinterred him
self. You may know the wicked, on
tho other hand, by their extreme shy
ness; they crawl out slowly and fear
fully; they hancr back, and seem to say,
"Oil, dear!'1 These elaborate sculp
tures, full of ingenuous intention audol
the reality of early faith, are in a re
markable state of preservation; they
bear no superficial signs of restoration
and appear scarcely to have sullered
from the centuries. They aro delight
fully expressive; the artist had the ad
vantage of knowing exactly the ( fleet
lie wished to produce. The interior ol
the cathedral lias a great simplicity and
majesty, and above all a tremendous
height. The nave is extraordinary in
this repeel; it dwarfs everything else 1
know. 1 siioiild add. however, that I
am. in architecture, always of thi
opinion of the last speaker. Any great
budding cecins to me, while I look at it,
the ultimate expression. At any rate,
during the hour that 1 sat gazing alonj
the high vNta of lio.irgcs, the interioi
of the great vessel corresponded to nij
vision of the evening before. There i.
a tranquil largeness, a kind of infini
tude, about sucn an edifice; it soothe
nnd purities the spirit, it illuminates tin
mind. There are two aisles on cithei
eide in addition to the nave live in al
, and, as I have said, there are no tran
septs; an omission which lengthens th(
vista, so that from my place near tlx
door the central joweled window in tin
depths of the perpendicular choil
seemed a mile or two away. Tho sec
ond, or outward, of each pair of aisle:
is too low, and the lirst too high; with
out this inequality the nave would ap
pear to take an even inoro prodigioui
flight. The double aisles pass all tin
waj- round the choir, tho windows ol
which are inordinately rich in magnili
cent old glass. 1 have seen glass at
tine in other churches; but 1 think 1
have never seen no much of it at once
Thi Teacher as a Tabh Waiter.
Iii..ie was her name, She taught
school nnd waited on the table, I felt
like holding up my hand w hen 1 wanted
beans, .mi strong had been early associ
ations, as if to say: "Teacher, may 1
have something?''' iler black hair fell
,in tho curls of iang syne, corkscrew the
cvnies call them, hut there, as in other
things, she was a reminiscence of thirty
year ago.when curls of that form, long,
separate and sharing in every laugh
and waving with every form of anima
tion, instigated the juvenile soul with
dreams he scarcely comprehended, like
tho soul in the pollen straying through
the air on match-making zephyrs
toward the mystic bells ol mournful
petals striking in the amorous wind.
How many urcliir.it in those days felt the
first instincts of love, not froin the un
formed hoydens around him, but from
the mistress' ample charms! "Lizzie,"
said 1, as I sat at the table end and
took tho bill of fare, "is It not true that
Intelligence greatly increases tho pro
ductive capacity of labor?" "Forty per
cent.," she reci'ted, liko one prepared to
go up to a higher grade, "Then, Liz
Kle, sen that you get luo threo boiled
eggs liiHtead of two, and a proportion
ately larger piece of beef;, for, Lizzie,
they do cut it mild."
An Invisible Nail.
A fat-looking leather pocket-book in
visibly nailed to a sidewalk on Madison
street, near l'unria, furnished amuse
ment to a crowd of boys and nieu in that,
neighborhood Sunday evening. The
first person to try to pick it up was a
bootblack, who dived down swiftly,
uroso quickly, looked at the grinning
spectators, put a grimy thumb -to a
stumpy nose, twirled his lingers, and
then ran away. Tho next was a large,
fat woman carrying a market-basket.
As she espied the prize her red face
brightened expectantly. Looking
covertly nt tho persons nearest her sho
dropped the basket, top downward,
then stooped as if to regain possession.
Sho remained stooping quite a long
time, and when sho nrose her face was
much redder than before, while drops
of perspiration wero gathered on her
forehead. As a laugn arose from the
bystanders sho gathered her skirts ire
fully and shook her list in their faces,
shouting at the same time: "Mad scan
to ye, ye mischievous amadbotins! Och,
if 1 had ye in me arms wanst!" Fol
lowing her came a tall, slender man
who wore spectacles, a high stiff bat,
black gloves, a high collar, creaking
boots, and a long coat of funeral black
matching his threadbare trousers. Even
if ono had not observed a little pack
age of tracts in his hand, he would have
been classed as a church deacon or a
member of the Young Men's Christian
association. Gliding like a shadow, his
toe struck the book before he saw it.
"Ah!" lie ejaculated in an unctuous
tone. Then he dove. Then he came
up again. The bobbing down and
up did not consume much time, but
just enough to allow of a great change
in bis appearance. The kindly smile
had disappeared and in place was a
stern expression. The corners of his
mouth twitched convulsively, and his
face was white, with passion. "The
ways of the wicked availetb them not,"
he declared, and started down tho
street. After bo had gone a short dis
tance an idea" struck him, and, return
ing, he distributed some of the tracts to
.his tormentors. Hy tin's time his countenance-
had resumed its wonted appear
ance, wit Ii regard to which and to his
distribution of tracts an Irish workman
said: "(io in, old man; you' ve turned
the tables, so ye have." Tho deacon
was just out of sight when the fourth
victim approached. He was a dude.
When his gaze encountered the book be
stretched forth his cano till the end
rested on it, said in an unconcerned
tone, "Aw. weally, mo pyur.se," and
stooped. Tho stoop was fatal to him.
A sound as of ripping was heard, and
long rents became visible in bis lately
tight trousers. With a horrified look
on his face, the dude clapped his hands
behind him. "Hang these tight
things!" he declared, forgetting for the
moment his dudisli role. An adjacent
clothing store probably profited by his
discomfiture, for be made a break thence
as fast as he could go. As the laughtei
over this last episode was subsiding, a
practical-appearing man of -10 years or
so asked a clerk: "Isn't that a new
pocket-book?" The clerk said it was,
had, in fact, just come from the store
lus worked in. "What is it worth?"
The clerk said, "About 10 cents," and
in response to another question added
that the nail was through the llap.
"Then it is about as good as if not nail
ed nt all," commended the practical
looking man. So saying lie drew n
pair of pincers from his pocket, pulled
the nail up. put tho book in his pocket,
threw the nail away, and started oil'.
A howl of indignation arose, but he paid
no attention to it, calmly pursuing hie
course till lost to view. The fun wa?
over for that night. Chinejo Times.
It is not advisable, as a general thing,
for farmers beyond the reach of pickle
factories to grow cucumbers. The
smaller the cucumbers, the higher the
price by the thousand. For small ones,
the picking should be made every day,
or at least every other day, and they
should bo delivered at the factory every
tew days, or before they become dis
colored. Those who have planted cu
cumbers in localities where they can
not readily dispose id them, must either
sail the product themselves, or lose the
crop. In the factories the cucumbers
are salted in large vats, but on the
small scale, this must be done in bar
rels. Whisky or alcohol barrels are
tho best, and where it requires the pick
ings of several days to fill a barrel, a
wooden follower must be provided.
Take out one bead of the barrel, place
in the cucumbers, sprinkling salt among
them, j dace on the follower, with a
heavy stone upon it, and add sufficient
water to cover the cucumbers. Add
each days' pickings with more salt, and
use more water, if needed, until the
barrel is full, when it is to be headed
up. Half a bushel of the best dairy
salt is needed to each barrel, and if
this quantity has not been used as the
cucumbers were laid in, add .the re
mainder before heading up. Two
points must be obseived: in gathering
the cucumbers, cut them so as to leave
the, stem attached, and use only salt of
known purity. It putting down tbecu
cumbers. count them, as they arc sold
by the thousand. Salted in this man
ner, nnd properly headed up, with tiirht
bungs, cucumbers will keep a long
time, but they will be ready for I be
pickle maker," that is, will be nailed
through, in about thirty days. The
smaller the cucumbers, the greater the
number that a barrel will hold. Do
not mix largo and small in the same
barrel, but have the size uniform all
through. Pickled in this manner, cu
cumbers will keep and can be trans
ported; and if no sale is to be found
near home, they can be sent to factories
at a long distance, Ainriran Api
culturiM. A correspondent of the Ohio Farmer
says that the good effect of salting clo
ver is unquestionable) ; that it brings
out tho full flavor of the hay, but that
if too much salt is used it Will bo sick
ening. To throw into tho mow or on
the stack great quantities of salt is to
absorb too much moisture, a second fer
mentation sots in and mould results. In
that condition it is nauseous to stock,
and if growing hunger forces them to
eat it, heaves and other disorders are
apt to follow. A part of tho moiildi
ness escapes as a penetrating dust, when
stirred. This gets into tho lungs, and
tho effort of naturo to cxpol it causes nu
I'hysicltujH Prescribe It in EilW'
"I prescribe it in my practice," is tho ex
pression used by Dr. J. A. Patmuro, ol
Hi ley, Ind. Ho referred to Samaritan Ner
vine, and further ulong says: "It cures
In the Saloiw of Fashion
white teeth or uioro frequently seen than
formerly. This is because our ladies havo
given tho seal of their approbation toSOZO
DONT, foremost among toilet articles. This
superlatively puro and salubrious preparation
checks tho further decomposition of tho
teeth, removes impurities which obscure
their natural hue, strengthens them and
makes the gums as ruddy and hard as coral,
aud communicates sweetness and rosincss
to the mouth.
From Col. C. II. Msckey, 03d Iowa In
fantry: "To peisons alllicted with Catarrh,
I would stattj that I havo derived more ben
efit from Ely's Cream Halm than anything
else I havo ever tried. I havo now been
using it for three months and am experi
encing no trouble from Catarrh whatever.
I have been a sufferer for twenty years. C.
II. Mackey, Sigourney, Peby 22, 1882.
A Lawyer's Testimony.
During eight ye urn my attacks of dys
pepsia were so terrible that 1 oltcn had to
stop business. Parker's Ginger Tonic
built mo up from almost a skeleton to
tho perfect health I now enjoy. J. Jerolo
man, Lawyer, N. Y City.
To all who aro sutl'ering from the errors
nnd indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will core you, free
ok ciiAiuiK. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Scud a sell-addressed envelope to the Hev.
Jobki'U T. Inman, Station D., New York
jtsncKien'8 Arnica Salve
The llest Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Hheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to givo per
fect satisfaction, ormonby refunded. Price
25 cents pr box. For sale by Barclay
Crape Culture and Port Wine.
Mr. A. Specr, of New Jersey, ono of tho
largest grape producers in the East, com
menced, but a few yoars ago, in a small
way, to make wines from currants and
blackberries and other fruits. He now con
trols large vineyards of tho Oporto crape,
from which his famous Port Grape Wine
is made, and which chemists and physi
cians say rivals the world for beneficial
effects on weakly and aged persons, and
tho consumptive. For sale by Paul O.
Free ol Cost.
All persons wishing to test the merits of
a great remedy ono that will positively
cure Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, or any affection of the Throat
and Lungs arc requested to call at Bar
clay Bros' drug store and get a trial bot
tle of Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumotiou free of cost, which will show vou
what a regular dollar-size bottlo will do. (1)
Young men, middle aged men and all
men who suffer from early indiscretions
will find Allen's Brain Food the most
powerful invii'orant ever introduced; once
restored by it there is no relapse. Try it;
it never fails, if 1 ; (i for ?..- At druggists
Wohk Given Out. On receipt of vour
address we will make an offer by which
you can earn $3 to $7 evenings, at your
home. Men, Women, Boys or Girls can do
it. II. C. Wilkinson & Co., 105 and 1117
Fulton Street, New York.
To The Went.
There are a number ol routes leading to
the above-mentioned section, but the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louis and
over tho Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run Irom the Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
litest make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal-if-rnh
"r.p;c.t with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Onialm, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This line oilers to parties enroute to the
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through tho finest por
tion of Missouri nnd Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &c, of this
line, which will be mailed free.
C. B. Kinnan, F. Chandmck,
Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agent. Gen'l Pass Agent.
Fort u nos for Fanners and Mechanics
Thousands of dollars can bo saved by us
ing proper judgmout in taking care of the
health of yourself and family. If you are
Bilious, lutve sallow complexion, poor appe
tite, low and depressed spirits, and generally
debilitated , do not delay a moment, but
go at once and procure a bottlo of those
wonderful Electric Bitters, which never fail
to cute, nnd that for the trilling sum of fif
ty cents. Tribune. Sold by Barclay
A vigorous growth of hair is promoted
mid the youthful color restored by nPP'y
ing Parker's Hair Balsam.
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TIIOS. V. II AL.L1 UAY,
PORT GUAPE WINE
Spxek's Port Qpape Wine !
four yeahs old.
rrillS CKLKHllATKl) NATIVE WINE In made
A from tliujulcu of iho Oporto Urape, rulnod In
thU country. Its Invaluable tonic and atri ucili
rnlui! iiroportlt-H are uijaurpapiud lv any other
Natlvu Wine. Iti-lny ibo pnre Julcu of tbti drape,
produced under Mr. Sneer's own pereona! tmpervl
kiou, its purity ami genuim riecs, aro guaranteed
Th') voiinent child mil y partuke of tt nenaroua
qimlllied, and the weaken invalid tine It tondvnn
lane. It In particularly benellclal to the aired and
debilitated, and Hinted lu die ark)iis ailments I hat
affect the weaker aex. It In In every respect A
WINK TO UK 1IK1.IEII UN.
Sneer's P. J. Sherry.
Thu V. .1. SlIKKIti' l a wlno of Superior ('liar
acter and i nrtakcxof the rich qua! Hie of tho Krniis
from which it is made For I'urlty, KIchneM, I'la
voi and Medicinal Properties It will be lonnd un
Speer's P. J. Brandy.
Thin TlltANDY ataoda unrivaled In this Country
hclun far operior for medicinal purposca. It Is a
purediBtlllatlon Iro n thueranc, and contain val
nablo medicinal propertied. It had a delicate du
yor. Klmilarto thatof lho Krl!. from which it is
dintllled, and In great favor amoinr flrHt-cltKn
families. See that the h i n ut u ret of AI.KKUD
Sf'KKK, Pacifalc, S. J i ovt-r the cork of each
Sold I3v PAUL, SCHUH
AND BY DKl'GUISTS KVKItYWII KKii.
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Organized .lulv Uth, 11177, Under Hip Laws o
the State of IllinolH. Copvritflited Julv
51, 11177, L'nih-r Ad of fuiiureiw.
JAS. . Veil AHKY PreMd.e!il
.1 11. HoiUNSON lt Vir.c-1'rundiitit
M. I'UIM.II'S -nd Vicu-l'p-nid.-in
.. A. CiULoSTINE .U'reai'urer
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THOMAS I.KWIS Secretary
ED. II. WHITE Adjutant bfcretiuy
KXKCUT1V K COM M ITT K K .
Wm F.iMTcni:i, i.. s. tiiomas,
W. C JOCKLYN. K. VINCENT,
WILL T. HEDBUtN,
HOARD Ol'1 MANAGKKH:
.1. A. (loldctlne. of Uolilstlne A: lioneii water, whole-
ialo and retail drv U'mrl-el ; .las. S. Meliahey,
lumhur dealer; Win. K. Pitcher, general airent ;
Aincn Lewi, neater 01 uonr aim ginin, l.. o.
Thomaa. bricklayer; Minea Phillips, contractor
and builder; 11. A. Chumbley, grocer: Tho.
Lewis, cn-tary and allorney-ai-law ; V. II.
Mareau, II iiiiicpiithic physician; II Sa tier, of
Sar.der Jt Son. ururura; u, II Halrd. streei super
vinor; Kd II. White, ass'l sec. W. A (). M. A. Ho.
clety: .1. W. Spier, lumber and c-iw-mill; r. I,,
(icrnii-on. burlier; K. II. Dietrich, clerk W., St. L.
A P. U. It.; M. Kolilur. m-rchuut tailor; .left" .M.
Clark, dealer In wall-paper and window badi. ; J.
K. Knglish, contractor and builder; WiHT. Wed
burn, of Morse & (tedliurn, cigar manufacturers ;
K. Vincent, dealer in lime a d cement; I. A.
Phelps, photographer; W. C. Jocelvn, dentist; S
II. Talier. mlg- jeweler;.). II. HohliiKon, ,J, P. and
notary public; .1. H. Peine, phy!cian; II. W.
Itiictwlck. insurance, agent : K. I-.. .larlioe. foreman
St. (jus mains, and K E. Wulbridge, lumber and
caw-nitll, of Cairo; II. l.clhton, cashl.r Nat.
Hank, Stuart, Iowa; Hev. F. A. Wilkerson, Prvura
burg, liy.; J.W. Tarry, phvslciau.Kulton. Kv.
AND LACiv VITAL EMEEGY?
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thn unlit ot (Hnkhkr, hh liny rt ilirtH-ti upon Nurrmid,
MiiMMilHMintl Omiwmtiit duntwrn, npwIUy rttntorlng
thvltitltty-whlrh U Kiixt ricily-drulnftl from thaw
tm by imNN or intliHcrtulunn. ttny thim In nut urn I
way ovrrnmi tltn wnnkii- wittmut firuuulriK thi utom
iuin. riiny wiUctirH rvMiy raw nhnrt of urnirtiirnl (!
vnnnrntlnn, hm wh urn irreprtrpit to ftirulh thn moat
gmiihittio iiml nh-nlittrt proof to Piiiirt our clnlm.
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