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IVTKHKD AT TUB CAIRO rOSTOFFICB FOIl
THA.N8MISMOS TUBOH1UTBS MAILS AT
SECOND CLASS RATES.
J:, ! : i Li' i'i.
Von ruAv i iir ti r irvt ri'i.
Tint i :m'!y t.n miti-r circle of a
v li!r!j Nil. A - ." r f hrick-bats a
M;r''! u :ml .l-un-ii tlo.i'ii broken
hi :i is -a ii f '"'.i"'''!" nl vmir
crort.l ..-a: !! Ik-.- !.". ami siink
a a-ay 1 i k t eui'v
A in-b scs in, i to ivM.t tin authori
ties Nino out i f wry ton men in it
ar-' coivar.ls. T v i.:tt aul brajj ami
ein'i.iira". but tii'.y keq their own
bili- in tho ik, ypuimi. They want
to siv so!in 'i:rt hurt, but they know the
la will iriumpi). atvl they want to be
able to prove mat tin-' were simply
lookers-on. 0:i-. brave ruan will walk
into a timb a n 1 il fv an i over-awe it.
A brutal ou'ruio been comrait
U"i. It is an aft'iir mat stirs the biooi
o( son ani brothers an-l brinjjs a ilan
genin liht to the eyes of husbands
and father. Tli'.-r.; is no boasiin ' or
shouting. Knots ni.-n gather here
anl there, ati'l they .-peak with fierce
earnestness, but in Jow voices. No
mob surges up anil !o.vii- no wild yelJs
renJ t;:e air no com ar is furnish drink
to excite yoim uu u to foolish deeds.
It is not shouted, but -poken in whis
pers or read in each other's eyes. Every
man h:s obeyed the laws every man
would peril his If- it: 'tiding to enforce
them, but there is a f cl;n that ieal
puuishment does not ul .vays punish suf-ncit-ntly.
When men who never partake of a
meal without bo win' the. he.iii in
prayer whisper t;i"-e words, look out!
The heart burns thrill.. For the
time hem law is tiotu;n. Fathers
whisper it to son-, brothers to each
other, merehan s to mechanic. Lips
tighten and jrrow pa!e, teeth shut
close, eyes flash as you never saw them
The knots of men s.vell into groups
the groups con-.iiida'o! into a crowd.
Tho leader takes his place, and instinct
ively the crowd r'aiize that ho is the
proper person. Speeches and oration
are not in order ropes are!
See now! Teeth shut tighter as the
crowd moves. Not a man would turu
back from a loaded cannon. It moves
ah'-ad. but in swirls and hisses and gur
gl 'i like a river vexed by rocks. ft is
the whispers the j n i k answers the
p .!e faces which tell you what danger
lurks in the crowd. A noisy crowd can
bo scattered. It will fall to pieces of
itself. A silent body of men will take
your life if every man has to peril his
It is the jail. Key or no key, the
prisoner mu-1 come out. The crowd
would have him if a score of grated
doors had to be battered down. Ho does
not plead for merry. One look around
liim tells lit in that his life is hungered
for with such intens.ty that prayers
would be mockery. He may look up
at the hiii vct in. .mi and the star-studded
heavens, but l.e ves nothing. He
is d ied an i awed .y the grim silence
of tiie b:iv!.
No v.iiee c e;i hut here is the
tree. 'IV w'i;r.p ! .-tands still for a
moment. Face -.-row a little whiter,
but tin.' ens ot every man show a
keged d'temiin itio:i m-it would blaze
into d.'p'rali'n if oopo-ed. Tbenooe
is r.ipidi adjusted, tie rt is :i falling
back, and with a gpem of terror a;id
Jesi;iir trembling in hi-, iips the igu lty
w retell swings m the air. The creai of
the limb -the calls of a night bird -tho
deep breathing of men are plainlv
heard as the body .s.in; to and fro or
turns round and round a the death
struggle goes on.
It is morning. M tWkuiU are behind
their counter., mechanics at the bench,
sous at school. There is tio sign that
last night was not one of tranquillity
and peace. Men speak again, women
and children laujji as they walk abroad
"-tho cyclone has pas.ed. The jail
doors are being repairedthe tree no
longer holds a corpse, and a stranger
would look upon this face and that and
whisper to hiui-elf: "What good-na-turo
I see in every hu- of th -ir couuto
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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TDRSDA V MUUN1NW, OCTOBER
The examination of the piece of
leather which Mr. Miapira has brouglit
to Loudon, is proceeding, out no con
elusion can yet be hazarded. The skins
are fourteen" in number and most of
them are folded in two or more place.
For convenience they have oeen numer
ed. The tirst has three folds, the sec
ond one. the third two, the fourth three,
the fifth two, the sixth one, the seventh
one. and soon. Ihere are in all forty
folds. Each piece of leather is about
three and a half inches wide, and each
fold L from hi x to seven inches long,
and contains from nine to ten lines of
writing. The writing seems not to be a
picked alphabet, but current, and this
is in favor of the genuineness of tho
documents. It is pretty clear that what
ever the age of the leather, the writing
must either date from somewhere about
13. C. 0 or from A. 1. There
is no middle term possible. So far as
yet deciphered, the fragments are por
tions of Deuteronomv. 'li.'uiWj'Am
Hua't ths Chase of a Dog.
"Why don't vou feed that dog?" was
asked of an old negro.
"Why doan I feed him?"
"Yes, why don't you feed him?"
"Why doan I feed myse'f? I'seas
hungry as de dog is, an' 'sides dat he's
got de 'vantage Vb me. He ken go out
an' pick up a piece ob meat an' go
'bout his business, an' de white folks
doan say nuthin', but ef I picks up
suthin' ter eat, da wants ter slap me in
jail, tab. A nigger ain't got de chance
ob a dog, nohow. Arkansas Traveler.
M05DAT Evkxixo, Oct. 1, 1SS3.
A Blow rain set in at noon to-day that
was very welcome to all classes, it being
the first since the latter part of July, over
two months ago.
The market is generally unchanged.
Trade on the levee was restricted by the
rain to-day, and merchants were busy set
tling up last month's business; but the out
look is rather encouraging take it all
FLOUR The market is dull and trans
actions limited. The demand is only for
best grades and in small lots.
DAY The supply is good and move
ment light. Low grades are not wanted.
CORN Stocks are light and demand
OATS Receipts are light and market
steady. Prices are firm as quoted.
MEAL Dull and unchanged.
BRAN In good demand and light sup
BUTTER Choice is in steady demand
and rather scarce. Common is slow sale.
EGGS Although not quite so active, the
demand continues fair aad stocks moderate.
CIIICKENS-Dead dull; overstocked
aud no demand,
APPLES Market full and weak. Prices
range from 1.75 to 3.00, according to
POTATOES In fair request at quota
ONIONS Firm aad higher.
Sales and Quotations.
NOTK.-Tbo prteei nr ziten are for sales from
fir' handi In rotrnd lots. An advanre 1c
f barbed for broken lotsiu fllllngordiT.
100 hbli low famllr
2.0 tjbli various grades.
V bbU choice
li e bbls patent
20 bbls extra fancy
i carl gilt edge. ......
K cars choice
10 i o
4 cars good prime
i! cars good tlmotnjr.
2 cars mixed in balk..
1 car while In balk
7 cars choice , in balk .
3 cars UKht tn balk..
1 car In sacks
No. J Rrd, pr bn. . ..
No. i MetlUtfranuau.
i hbta Cltr on order
IW bbls City
800 pounds choice Northern
m poo nds choice Northnrn dairy.
6U0 pounds Southern Ills, fresh....
3 coops hens aud mixed old 't
coops young mixed elitckuna 1
8 coops choice young chickens
Per bid, as In quality 1 TViJS oo
Potatoes per bnsb.
rot al oi per 1,1,1.,,
Tiib- ashed..... .. WilW
Flue uuwaaaed ... itjo
...... ilLimwi . . . I . ....
Buckets . .
....... ......,,,,, (..,,,
fl. .,, .,.,, ,H,
Plalu bams JHOHH
H. 0. Hams is
Clear sides m .,..,. U
Hbvulderi .M 9
lUn i - uout
t Johns I
Ohio KWr 1 0
51 buthel burlaps
S bushel " P.V
Pearhe. halves aud auarter H2(
Crv a in... ........ ...M.......... . . m... l'.S
Dry KHut choice
Itrven Salt .....
Shp Pil'S. creeu
. 4 y& 5 oi
4 :m: s m
7 S-Ki 9 '(
RAT US OF" FKSKUr.
(Ira'.n Hav Vlour Pirk
Wcwt. ct. bM. bbl
Memphis l.s .'S SS
v.Or:ean, 17'4 s W
Helena. Ark 17UZ .w 50
K'.iaeston. Miss 27 4
icksbare, Prinitss Uouso. per ct., and
5C. per odi . nignor.
Ail othrwa point beto Memphis to New
ean, raine rates as to Klinestoc.
A Cure of Pneumonia
Mr. D. U Barr.ahv. of Osweio. V. Y.. ays that
ni aaugnivr was taken vt itn a violent com wuica
terminated with pneumonia, aud all the best phys
icians tare the ca.e up aud ad iie con id not live
bat a few nonr at mo-t. She wis in this condi
tion when a 'ricntl rrcom mended Pr.W.M. HALL'S
HALSAM KOK1I1E LL'NOS and advised her to
trv It. bhe accented it as t resort, ana was
surprised to find that It produced a marked change
tv.rthe Letter, and by peeverinf in Its usea per
manent cure was effected.
TOWNsLEY S TOOTHACHE ANODYNE cures
Chas. Jones, of Ell.abetb. Speucer Co., Ind.,
says: ! hrve dealt in medicine a namser or years
anil will say thst Dr. Holer's Vegetable Worm
yrap is the must vaiuanie me.nciue l evers.ua.
Mr customers were so Dleased with its effects that
they purchased a number of bottles to have It on
baud. It is all that It Is recommended to be,
Advice to Mothers
Are you disturbed at niuht and brrken
of your rest by a sick child Buffering nnd
crying with pain of cutting teeth? If bo,
sum! at once and get a bottle of Sirs. Wins-
low s Nxithin Syrup for Children Teeth
in. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the noor little sufferer imtued-
atdy. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
Imrrha'u, regulates tue stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, te-
luccs intlammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's -S tothirii; Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the. taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States,
hd.1 is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Trite 25 cents a bottle.
Do Not I'e Deceived.
In these times of quack medicine adver
tisements everywhere it is truly gratifying
to find one remedy that is worthy of praise
and which really does as recommended.
Klectric Hitters we can vouch for as being
u true and reliable remedy, and one that
will do a.s recommended. They invariably
cure Stomach and Liver Complaintc, Dis
eases of the Kidneys aad Urinary diffi
culties. We know whereof we epeak, and
can readily say, give them a trial. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle bv Barclay Bros. ('.')
(irape Culture and Port Wine.
Mr. A. Speer.of New Jersey, one of the
largest grape producers iu the Kast, rom
inenced, but a few years ayo, in a small
way, to make wines from currants and
blackberries and other fruits. He now con
trols laige vineyards of tlie Oporto grape,
from which his famous Port Grape Wine
is made, and which chemists and physi
cians say tivals the world for benelicial
effects on weakly and aged persons, and
the cotihUtnptive. For sale by Paul O.
Disease, Propensity and Passion, brings
Mankind numberless ailments, foremost
among them are Nervousness, Nervous De
bility, ami unnatural weakness of Oenera
tivo Organs; Allen's Brain Food success
fully overcomes these troubles ud restores
the sufferer to his former vigor. $1. At
Work Given Out. On receipt of vour
address we will inuko nu offer by which
you can cam f 1 to $7 evenings, at your
home. Mun, Women, Hoys or Girls can do
il. II. 0. Wilkinson it Co., 105 and 107
Fulton Street, New York.
To The West.
There me a number n routes leading to
the above-mentioned section, but tho direct
and reliable route is via Saiut Jjoui and
over the Missouri I'aciflc Hailway. Two
trains daily aro run from tho Grand Union
Depot, Suint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
rullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
flrest make are attached to all trains.
At Kanca City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
If'jniia wnrtect with expres trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At OnialiM, connection is made with the
Overland train lor California.
This line offers to parties enroute to the
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Bend for
illustrated tnapB, pamphlets, &c.t of this
line, which will be mal'ed froo.
C. H. KlRNAN, F. ClIANDJ.KR,
Ass't Ucu'l Pass. Agcut. Ucu'l Pass Agent.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago. Backache. Headdche, Toothache,
Sore Thriml. fcMrllliiu. SiiihIii, llrulara,
lt.lrn. St'nl.U. I il llllea,
D 41, L IIIIUH ll.lllll.t I'tl.NK .til
S.t4 t Uruftf.ltt . '.Ipri t...Tth.-re. Fifty t'eut. k butlU,
l.un ..of., in II I - it
TIIE I'll tltl.L V. 01. r I K K CO.
CamM H uuhj.k I'm tullliun. SJ l.S. i-
POUT GBAPE WINE
Spsek's Port GpAPE Wie !
FOUIl YEAIJs OLD.
THIS t'ELEBKATKD NATIVEW1NE Is mala
from the Juice of the Oporto Urape, raised lu
thucouutry. Its iuvaluablu tonic and stxtutb
vuint! vropurtlt-s are uusurva'sed l.v any oilier
Naiivu Wiue. Il. lu the rore Juice of the (irape,
produced under Mr. Speer's own personal supervi
sioa, Its purity and Kuualai uess, are guaranteed
Ths yotiDest child tu.iv paruke of Its K?neruus
quaitUes, and the weaken Invalid use It to advan.
tafe It Is particularly benelicial to '.he seed and
hilltatrd. aod u lt-d tu the tarinus ailments (hat
affect tho weaker sei. It Is in every respect A
WINE TO BE UK I.I Ell UN.
Speers r. J. Sherry.
The P. J. SHEKHV In a wlno of Superior Char
acter aud lartakes oilhe rich qsahtl. s of ths xmpe
from wh;rh It is made "or l'tirlty, Klchnesa, V.
vo' and Medicinal Properties, tl will he found un
Speers r. J. nrandv.
This HKANDY standa unrtvakd In this douDtry
beini! far superior fur medicinal purposes. It Is a
purcdlstlMatljn from the urpe. anu contains al
na)le medicinal proprrties. Il has a delicate fla
vor, similar to that of the grapes, from w hich It Is
distilled, and is in great favor among flrst-class
families. iSee that the sifnatur of ALFRED
M'KKK, l'assalc, N. J., is over the cork of each
Sold By PAUL. SCHUH
AND BY DlilV.lilSTS EVERYW11KRS.
MI Tl Ah AMI SiMMKTV.
L'KKKA! EL'KEKA ! 1
SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE ISSUE
WIDOWS' & OKPJIANS
IMutual Aid Society
Org.inlwil Julv Htli, 1H77, LinW-r the Laws o
ths Stale of Illinois. CopvrlKhtfd Jul
il, 1I177, I'd'Iit Aet of Congress.
.IAS. S. MeCAIlKY
J. II. KOIIINSUN..
M. I'll 1 1. 1.1 l'S
J. A UOLiiSTINB
W. 11. M AltKXN i
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........ ..1st Vlce.l'ruKidunt
THOMAS I.I. WIS H.rrelary
Eli. II. W 11 IT Ii Assistant Hectetuy
K X KCII'V I V10 CO M M ITT K 10.
Win F. riTCHI'lt, I.. S. THOMAS,
W.C. JOt'KI.YN. K. VINl'KNT,
Wild. T. KEIU1LUN.
J. A. (ioldstine, of Goldstlnu i Hosunwatcr, wholo
salo and retail drv Kood.ule.; Jan. H. Mcdahuy,
liimltwr dnaler; Win. 1'. I'ltchur, uonvral airunt j
Allien Lewis, dealer iu Hour ami Krain; L. ti.
Th. Unas, I r i c k I ii y r ; Muses I'lillllps, contraclur
and builder; II. A. ( Iinmbley, (jrocer: Tlios.
I. i'wls, serretury and attorney-at-law; A'. II.
Mareau, llninivpalhlc Physician; II. Ha der, of
hut.derA Hon. iroeers; U, II , llalrd, slreel nuper
visnr; l.d II. Will to, ass't sec. W. Jt o. M. A. Ho
clely; .1. V. Spier. Iimilier and saw-tntll; K. L.
(lernlijoii, barber: K. II. Dli'liich, clerk W., St. L.
ft.IMt.lt,; M. Koliler. merchant lallor: Jetr .M.
('lurk, dealor In wall-paper and window shades; J.
E. KiikIIsIi, conlracOir and linllder; WiHT. Hud
liurn.of Morso .fc Kuillmrn, c.lxiir niunufai iuhts;
r. vlni'vnt, dealer In hum and cement; 1, A.
1'ln'lps, phototfraplier; W. ft. Joculyn, dentist; S
II. 'laber.iiilK, Jowel.ir;,). II. Itoblnsou, .1, I', and
notary public-; .1. H . I'etrie, liliyslclan; II. W.
lloslwlr.lt, Insuranro auenf. K. IC. .larbon. foreman
Ht. (las mains, and K K. Walhridgii, lumber ami
saw-mill, of Cairo; II. Lelifhton, caslilir Nat
linlik.Miuiirl, I ijwfi; Kjv, K, At WtilnTrKMit I'ryoiii
bnr, Ky,; J,w". Tarry, pliyBlolan.Kulton, Ky.
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