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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 5, 1883.
The Daily Bulletin.
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Edsrewxid's Empty Halls.
'Edewoott," ns it is called, is ton
antless." whilo u owner roams in Eu
rope. Slie loft lioro a little over a mouth
aro, with her children, for a live years'
tour abroad. The grounds are kept in
tol;ra!ie order by the faithful servant
in whoso charge they wore left by lmr.
But the treat house, with its rich fur
nishings, Rtands precisely as she loft.it,
and the broad acres of the magnificent
estate lie uncultivated. It is a charac
teristic southern mansion, sot in the
magnificent forest which enriches the
hills north of the city. From the broad
verandahs which grace the front of the
buildiusr the visitor looks through an
opening in the woods down upon the
city of Washington, with the white
dome of the capitol gleaming in the
sunshine or the mellow moonlight, as
the case may be, all making a boautiful
"How is it," was asked of this friend
of the fair proprietress, " that this lino
estate was left idle?" "That," was the
reply, "is what no ono knows. Cer
tainly Mrs. Chase is not so well off fi
nancially as to be ahlo to throw away
such a place. She is, however, a very
peculiar woman, ami if she can't get
what sho wants she is not likely to let it
go at all. irhe has been offered $150 a
month for tho house, and she won't
take it. She wants Si'OO a month, and
unless she gets that, prefers to let it
stand idle. Queer? well, it is about on
a par with most of her performances.
Now, here is an estato worth $.'10,000
she has been offered that fur it ami
vet she will not make any use of it.
Why, she wouldn't allow it tilled when
she "lived here. She kept two or three
m;'ii employed keeping it in order, but
wouldn't allow the ground tilled.
"But," suggested the correspondent,
"it has been stated that congress has
relieved the estate from taxation."
"That," continued the gentleman re
ferred to, "is like many other things
that have been said about this family.
It is only partly true. Congress did
relieve it from certain taxes but those
were back taxes altogether. Tho place,
you know, belonged to her father. He
bought it long before tho war. After
his death it was found that there were
some $20,000 taxes duo and unpaid on
it Well, Kate was pretty shrewd. Sho
knew her power, aud how to make use
of it to advantage. She proposed to
the other heirs that sho would take tho
estate just as it stood, providing for the
taxes herself, giving up to them, I sup
pose, certain of the other property,
i'hey agreed to that The property
was" transferred to her, in her own
Lsiuc.ati'i after awhile a little bill niado
its appearand! in congress remitting
the taxes then dti'. Tuat, however,
does not affect it now."'
The old servant now in charge tells
many stories i.lu.-trating the peculiari
ties of Lis uiistres-! She wouldn't let
him plant cabbage anywhere near the
house, because sue could "smell 'em."
Last cjiring she engaged a man at a
very high price and set him to plowing
up the Ik-Ms. Sho said she was going
to make the laud of some use to her.
But, blt-M you, bo hadn't got it plowed
before she called him in ono day and
told him to stop all work on it, that she
was going to Europe, to be absent five
years. Wanlumjlun Ldtcr.in Baltimore
A Prns3iaa in Paris.
Some of the journalists of Paris who
have been amusing themselves of late
by sticking pitu into their (ionium
neighbors are scandalized at the follow
ing passage in the Nate Deutsche Volkt
Zutuwj of Berlin, describing a Prus
sian's is.it to Paris :
"We arrive in Paris in the Paris of
Victor Hugo, the capital of tho world,
etc., etc. At every step we hear the
German language. All tho large pub
lie establishments, all tho workshops,
all the clliees all the shops are full of
(krinarix. Aud tho l'reneh whero are
they? What are they doing? There
they are sitting ou the terraces of tho
cafes, braggingand boasting and scolllng
at the slovenly Germans and their spec
tacles. They still hope to conquer
Alsace and LorAine; they put a veil of
crape over the statues of Strasburg and
Met, in the Placode la Concorde. But
where are the soldiers who aro to take
revenge ? There thev arc at the cafol
Jhoollieer ashamed of their uniform.
ere trt huur'jioi.H. The (soldiers have
tiipes in their mouths, Mi, tlir;ir ,a,,H
in Hie ioIh uioiihIv deep pockets of their
hortlrousers. Let the French
men come to Berlin ; there we will show
them men, Prussians, vigorous, muscu
lar, knowing how to Maud up for them
selves ami how to love their emperor."
By writing of this sort the bail blood
between tho two nation is kept up ; hut
there is at least this much to be h.ikI fur
the honest Teuton, that the Mei:elu of
the French private in uniform is not
calculated to impress men accustomed
to tho stalwart proportions of the Pom
erauian grenadier. In! I Mall QatdLc.
A North Carolina woman who for
merly dug giuseng in order to ocuro
money with which to supply her hns
band with tobacco, has Just discovered
a mica mine in the mountains which is
supposed to Iw worth $2f.,000. Her
husband is too lazy to work it and it
will bo sold.
A Jeney waste paying money to
ee Mrs. Laogtry act Boston Trim-
Shallow Yankses Aphg Eng'isb Manners,
Among tho multitude-of things that
the papers say "must go," and that re
ally ought to "go,"but that won't "go,"'
just the same, in a hurry, first and fore
most and worst of all, is this contagious
thing, Anglomania, Tho craze for ap
lug English styles and manners is at the
bottom of most of tho present season's
peculiar follies. Tho bang ami tho Jer
sey, tho Mother Hubbard night-gowns
for day-wear, and pretty much every
thing else that is popular and ugly in
tho iominino rig, aro English. Tho
ideal dudo is an English dandy. Supposed-to-bo-English,
too, aro the drags
and dog-carts and heavy two-wheoled
things that are tho only correct vehicle
at watering places and in town, too.
as Buffalo gives evidence. Did you
ever take a rido in a "cottage-cart?"
You sit on a box-seat just abaft the
axle, and its a study conundrum wheth
er the motion will shako your internal
verities out of you or whether your
weight will lift the horso off his fore
legs. "Gath," who. though a great
gabber, is no snob, relates an incident
quite in point here. "At the Boston
train," ho writes, "when we were en
tering the town, a person of rather ro
bust size, wearing a bluish gray suit
and with blackish side-whiskers, began
to speak to a woman in tho most ultra
awfully awful West End of London
style. Tho tirst word ho got out of his
mouth was invariably a stutter, and he
stumbled on as if biting at his sentences.
When he hail passed out my friend re
marked to me, 'Whom do you suspect
that to be?' Said I, 'It might be Lord
Mandevillo, or it might bo his valet'
'No,' said he, 'that is Henry James,
the author.' " James has lived abroad
so long that this sort of thing is, per
haps, excusable in him, but, none tho
less, he sets a bad example for no end
of noodles who affect to bo they know
not what Luffalo Erpress.
Thursday evenino, Sept. 4, 1883.
The weather is cool with prospects of
The market remains about the same as at
FLOUR-Stocks good and dull. Very
little moving except in email lots.
HAY Stocks good and prices firm.
CORN Demand in excess of supply.
OATS Supply light prices firm.
MEAL Firm at quotations.
BRAN Little on the majket. Demand
BUTTER Choice in fair demand. Com
mon grades not wanted.
EGGS The market is well stocked and
prices remain firm at 18c.
CHICKENS Dull and market over stock
ed. APrLES-IVad dull.
POTATOES In good demand. Receipts
Sales and Quotations.
OTK. The prleea cere jrrren are ror sales rruro
first hand In ronnd lota. An advance tr
charsed for broken lotain Olllwtorners.
2(0 bhl low family
300 bbls various grades. ...
in bbl choice
lio bbl patent
lOO.hbll extra fancy -....
Scar gilt edge..
! car chulco ..
1 car sood prime ....
2 car good timothy
1 car mixed in ?nlk,.
1 car white In bnlk
8 car choice , in bnlk .
3 car mixed In bnlk..
1 cur In tack.,
No. S Itfd, per ha ....
No. 'i .Medlturanean.
M if A !..
2oo hbl fitr on orders.
50i pound choice Northern
floo pounds choice Northern dairy.
50U pounds Houthurn lilt, fresh...
Lai irr choice
fl coop bens and mixed old 8 fl 00
S coop yonng mixed chlrkena 1 7V..1 00
Scoopscholco young chicken 1,75$2 50
Per bbl, as In quality ........I 7533 00
Oliolcerod S S5
Chotr.e yellow iM
Potatoes per hush
Potatoes pur bbl
.... II '0
Kino nuwaoliud lKti'ji
I lorco, ..,,... , ,. mi ,,.... 1(1
h. c ium.;;:v:;;;:::::::::;::;;:;:: ; ir
;ie,r nil,) ou
SALT MR ATM.
t; im ! a ,
ouide,.'::::: ::::;::::;:::;;:;:;;:-;:;:::;::;; i
kit, Melius , ' 15
Ohio KWur ..........'.'.'.'. 1 U
U14 bushol burlaps.. g
& hmhul "
Pnaches.hahes and quarters
Appla,brtht ,, ia
Choke uavy . 3 it
Choice medium i tx
Choice, " Factory ft
V ft th
it id t; .
Calf, Orceii la
Dry Flint choice II
Dry Salt "
Plutn Ureeu - i
Sheep Pelts, dry .. n 1'Kftv
Hhoep Pi Its, green .... 17!
Damaged Hide .... ) of
Common Lui; fi 7!Vft,3 '
Good Ine 4 &(& 5 is
.xiwLoaf 4 "Uii "i i
Medium Lear 1 Um 1 Ji
Oo-4Lef , . .... 7 50 9 '(
RATH 8 OF FKEK-UIT.
Gram Hay Flonr Pirk
flewt. tfr.wt. Vobl. Wbbl-
MetvphtP.... Vl 15 S3 85
Orleans, 17' j iti 81 50
Helena, Ark Vi ii 85 50
Klineston. Mii fc!Vf 27' 4!S sjv
Vlckshure. Prime House, per cwt., and
5c. per bhl. higher.
All other wa point below Memphis to New O
eans, tame rates a to Klineston.
Free of Charge.
All persons suffering from Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Less of Voice, or an af
fliction ot the Throat and Lungs, are re
quested to call at Barclay Bros' drug
store and get a trial bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, treo of
charge, which will convince them of its
wonderful merits and show what a regular
dollar-size bottle will do. Call early.
I can recommend Ely's Cream Balm to
relieve all persons suffering from R"se
Cold and Hay Fever. I have been a great
sufferer from these complaints and have
used it. I have recommended it to many
ot my trien ls lor Catarrh, and in all cists
where they have used the Balm freely they
have been cured. T. Kenney, Dry G ods
Mer-chant. Ithaca, N. Y.
Grape fulture and Port Wine.
Mr. A. Spcer,of New Jersey, one of the
largest grape producers in tho East, com
menced, but a few years ago, in a small
way, to make wines from currants and
blackberries and other fruits. He now con
trols laige vineyards of the Oporto rape,
from which his famous Port Grape Witie
is made, and which chemists and physi
cians say rivals the world for beneticul
effects on weakly and aged persons, and
the consumptive. For sale by Paul G.
Disease, Propensity and Passion, brings
Mankind numberless ailments, foremost
among them are Nervousness, Nervnu- 'e
bility, and unnatural weakness of Genera
live Organs; Allen's Brain Food success
fully overcomes these troubles and restores
the sufferer to his former vigor. $1. At
rtucKien's Arnica salve
The Best Salve In the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents pur box. For sale by Barclay
Wokk Given Out. On receipt of vour
address we will nuke 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., 195 and 197
Fultou Street, 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 Louis and
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily arc run from the Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
firest make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico aud Cal
tf.rnjn "r,nnjct with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At OmaliH, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This line offers to parties enroute to the
West and Northwest, tint only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through tho finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &c of this
line, which will be mailed free,
C. B. KlNNAN, F. CnANDLEB,
Ash'I Gen'l Pass. Agent. Gen'l Pass Agent.
.VP HI? H A r.T.TliA V"
A New and t.ompiotn Hotel, fro n ling on Lcvim
.Second and Knllroad Htroets,
The PnM'iiier Depot of the Chlr.aeo, Ht, Lihh
and ,iiw Orleans: tlhiiol Central; waliarh, Kt.
I.niil and Parlilci lion Mountain and Southern,
Mulille and Ohio; Cairo and Ht. Loin Hallways
are all Just ar.rnar Ihu street; while the Mlcamhuat
l.ii(tiHK Is lint one 'iuara distant,
Thl Hotel I heated by steam, ha teni
Laundry, Hydraulic Klnvalor, Klectrlc Cull Hells,
Automatic Kim- Alhrms, Hatha, absolutely pure ir,
period sewersire and (.oniplelosppolntmunis.
Hniierl) furiiihlilouai perfut.l servlcv; ami nn un
1 1. I. 1M,1 H'.H Arf'O,, I,oi.un
Ttiilif urn pntllvlr Cured li l)r. Tierce's Pnitit
Mnltn Kl islleTruM. lriiiil.l Inr. nllonnllim
lis u (U.ntur (Jul; HeDuIn Klwlrlo Tiiim In Oioi.,
unit Ilia oul miatlinl. will eruixrlr relnln anil netl.
eullr enm llnrnln. r 00 IlxiUenl Cnrenrl1-.rt.wi.
ll.ui whiit Or. Jhi. Hlmnia, pt N Vnrk. tlm rie
liown 1'UrnleSiionl1'. OI Aiiji JH, iwj, I ha Hrntt
and enmileli reiir Mavnatle Triiw aflwS 'id m ma
alaimirnniro I perumnent, lorwlileli I ahnll aver ra
itmln ralfnl " .1 Himus, M. I', rnr rntileiilnra
2"dri WA-OMBTIO niLABTIO XRtjHS CO..
OWN HUlUBtraaUMt.luula, Aio.
THE GREAT GERMAN
Iti'lieves and cures
ia k t in:,
IIKADAI UK, TOOTH A( UK,
Sorenets, Cuts, Bruits,
Ami all other lindlly oc'lies
FIFTT CENTS A BOTTLE.
sulci l.y all I)riiKitiw and
liea!er. IMri-etluiia 111 11
The Charles A. Vogeler Co.
lai io a. vixitUH a oo
lliilllinore. Mil., t .. A,
l'OUT OIJAPE A VINE
Spsek'8 Port Gpape Wine !
FOL'U YEATiS OLD.
rPUIS CKI.KHKATKI) NATIVE WINE 1 ma lo
from tho julre of the Oporto O-ape, ritlsud in
thin courtiy. It Invaluable tonic and rtrtnjili
eninir propertiea are uuiirpaed liv any i.tlier
Native Wine. H'lup ihe pnrejuice of lie Cirape,
produced under Mr. Speor" own personal stipervi
hod, its purity and Kenulni neca, are Kuaranteed
Th? younest child mny partake uf ltn seneroii
qnulltie, aud the weaken Invalid ue it lo advun
tat;e It Is partlcnlarlybenedrlal to the at;ed and
debilitated, and uiled tu lim ariou ailment that
affect the weaker sex. It I in every respect A
WIN E TO BE KEI.IKIl ON.
Spwr's P. ,1. Sherrv.
The iV J.SIIKItRV ia wino of Superior Chut
acter and 1 arlkeof the rich qualities of the ijrnpe
from which it is nmde for I'urity, Hlchness, Kia
voi and Medicinal Properties, it will be loocd nn
Spew's P. J. Brandy.
Thl KItANDY Hands unrivaled in thl Countrr
belnL'far superior fur medicinal purpose. It i a
pureditillallnn from the icrape. and ronialti 'ti
llable medicinal properties, h ba delicate fla
vor, slmilarto thai of Iho trrspe, fmra which II i
distilled, and 1 in ureal favor among tlrt-claa
families. See that the sicnature of ALFKKt)
HPEKK, Palate, N . J,, is over tho cork of each
Sold Bv PAUL, SCJIUII
AND BY DRUfiGI.Vrs EVERYWHERE.
and lac; vital lnercy?
... r. i. Iv.inle HnUlfl
.n.il.p.i; clli.'r Klit'lra Uai-
V.w.ir i.ml Miwliellc Al'pil.
nri.n'l ftit-meoth nrm a
-uihcih. f.ir Ner'nuHlfbll.
Ii, I ii'm1I. laininKllim
I t .1 l-l - J lhitutlriD,
11.1 K'lMrny, (IvHrwork
f.i Drain, Wk Hck. Kl
nay. I.ivar, and Monaco
rorui'lniriia. nnd sreielnpu
eti lo l.ITHEH Sr. Ihaas
iT Intent Int.
( roved, and an
V tlralr dilTaranl
from balUan.1 all
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t X I fUvalir B"na-
:, ill rMI eoDllnnous
I I JcurraDl without
- ...7 1 .5 i 1 HClrid. rnu.inu nA
.', ;', " . M loraa, nnr Irrit.
jH:; .Vi J '.: ir..-.,.,.' JtloB otfbeskin
1 . :. ' 7 i cno Iw worn al
V I ork n well as
f-, '". T I rest enljr not lor
shin U waarar.
ant ntHKt'i ot all
11 in inu:it. iii ian lor aitw unLi m onca reach
ti wit ol diw.iw). im th-y Bet dlraet uion .Narvoos,
MuneijUr, unit (innemtUa I'at.iars. SHlllr reatorlng
the vitality hki In KiKtrii itj-druinid fromlhuys
lem l.y x,.m or lii(lli-retiiiia, tie r thua InanHlnral
any nvMrenniH tha w '.ikneei without rlriiuulrs lha sioni
lira. 1'hi.y will eure avory run xhoit 01 ntnictural da
Kaneratmo, and w ere ianirad to furnlah tha moat
amptiHtlc iind hl-olota rrmif to supiiort rnr clnlmiL
lllumriitwl famiialet Fret,or seotiiajili'd for Co postaim.
C?fi!r:.-ltirn i akjil ,ikiif&i.M.
Trie X In'.:
-elf 31 2 N. 0th 8... 6t. LouIb.M
JUTI AL All) SOCIKTY,
SUUSTITITR Foil LIKK ISSUB
WIDOWS' & OliPIIANS'
Mutual Atd Society,
0rcRnl7.i'l .lulv l Uh, I77,tmler tlie Lhws o
the State nr Illinois, CopvrlKlited .luh
?, 11177, Under ActiifCoiiKresH.
JAS. H. Mi'dAllEY
,1. II. HOHINSUN,.
..1st Vlcu l'resiilent
... Medical Advisers
M. I'll Ll.ll'N .
J. A. (.OLllSTINE
VV. 11. MAKKAN I
,1. H. PKTItIR (
THOMAS I.RWIH ,
EI). II. WIHTB
KX ICCU'i l V K COM M IT1K hi
Win V. PITCH I' It, L. S. THOMAS,
W (;.JOCBLYN, K. VINCENT,
WILL T. HKIillL'HN'.
J. A. Cioldsllnu, of Unlilstlne A Hosenwnler, wliolu
sale and reUil (trr unoil, etc, ; Jas, S. Medaliey,
utitlir oealer; Win. K. Pllchur, ueneriil airenl j
Alhert Lewis, dealer in Hour nmr ((rain; L. H.
Thomas, lirlckinyer; Muses Phillips, cuulranlor
and liullduri II. A. Cliunililey, ((rocer: Tlios,
Lewis, secretary and iiltorney-al liiwi v'. II,
Marfan 1 llaminpaihlo physician; II. Ha der, of
Handiir Hon. (tnwers; U, U. Hiilrd, streui super
visor; Kdll. Wliltu, ain't sue. W. A O. M. A. Ho
clely; W. Spier, lumlier and sitw-mlll; C. L.
flerullton, burlier! K. 11. Dietrich, cleric W Ht L.
A P. K. It ! M. Koliler. merchant, tailor: Jell' M.
Clark, denier In wall-paper snd window shades; .1.
K. Kniillsh, contractor and builder; WiUT. Iturl
burn, of Morsn A Kedliurn, clttar manufacturers;
K. Vlnrotit, dealer in lime and cement; 1, A.
Phelps, photographer; W.C. Jorelyn, dentist; H
II. Taher, ml'K. Jeweler: .1. H. Uolitnson,.l, P, and
nolary public ; J. S. I'etrls, iihysiclsn; II. W,
Hostwlrk. Insiiranre anent ; K, K. Jarbne, foreman
Ht.liu mains, unci K. K. Walbnilun, lumber and
saw-mill, of Cairo; II. Lolnliton. rashlsr Nut,
Haiik.Htuarl, Iowa; Rev. Y. K. Wllkerson, Prvors
burn, Ky.; J.W. Tarry, phvulclau.fulton, Ky.
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