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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 24, 1883.
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.... j wn lint or fold Water.
nfL Hot or Cold Water.
ID Jimuw - ..-
f.!uu h oi bouKI be without It.
tolVu.'.r..- i.nv auk of Imitations
Bold l)V mi 'V, miIeaTi l'K. Vttl.INK li the
J.Mi:3 I VLE. NEW YORK.
A Vsluahlo Discovery f ir mpplytnR MagnctUm to
" . . t.i...i .latin anil MuirtiiilUm
u.lllxcdMriuvcr before for Hesltnit the hick.
TUB MAGNETON AITLIANK CO.'S
Magnetic Kidney Belt!
FOH 51 KN 19
ttr Tin VT1,M 'Prt Pf TPf (
Y AnUAiMfil' 1J vuiiu Mom
t ICKruNimn. lb followlni: itlee wlinoir tnco-
lelDB" I'AINH IN TUB HACK, HII'S. lltUOIl I.IMHH,
MIIVOUI DKBI1.ITV, l.l'XHAil . O NHKAL UKB MTV,
RH Kt'MATlHM. PIUI.Y-ls, NEl BAI.M. BCIATIA.
IllsKANKI' Of Till! KlliNKV.HCINAL Dill". TOM'in
livsh limit. S.'iuiual KmiHfioiu, Impoiniicy,
Athnia, !!'' t JUrOHc, DynpeKia, Contlptitlon,
Krvuliicmn, Induction, lb rnla or Kupturo. Cat
arrh I'ili-n. Klilli'pKl'. I umli Agile, etc.
When auV A.'Uilirv of the KSEKAT1VK OR
GANS occur. Loct V ttality, Lack of Nerve rem
and ViC'ir, .VaMtins Wu. knees, ami all lhoi' Ui
eaacs of a pertonal nirnre, troin wlintiwr rau8,
thecontinuou utreain of rruiMietlem permentiug
through tlie part, nciM r,tnrt; them to a bealthr
actmii. There I no uiiauk" about till Appi-
TO THE LADIES: iWiiS!
WeaknfM nf the Spine. K'iIIidb of tlie Voml,
LeurarrlncH. Chronic Inflammation or I'lrention
nf the Womb. Incidental Hemorrhage or Klooillni:,
I'uinfUl, Mipprti-d and lrn-iular Menstruation,
BHrrenii. and C'kaiiRe of Life, this is the Beet
Aupllmice and Curative AceM known.
For all lornn of Keuule li llniitli" U t uni'tir
panned by anvtlilng wf.ire Invented, buth ax a
curative ag'ait and an a nouroe nf power atd vital
nation. Price of cither Bel' wlih Magnetic InMu. $10,
ont uyixpre-a 0 U. I), and examination al
low, d, or by mail on receipt of price lu ordering
end meamire ol waUt and lo of shoo Remit
tance can be made in currency, nerit "I letlerat
The Magnetic Garment aro alaptfd to all age,
are worn over th underclothing (nut i'it to the
body llk the many (ialvtol: and Electric Hum
bug adv. Nls d o ext.eoiveit, and diotild he
tak n off at right. The, bold their i'OWBK
FuHEVElt. and are worn at all :a-ona of tbo
Send itamp for the "New liopartnre in Medical
Treatment Without Medicine," with thousands of
TUE MAGNETON APPLIANCE CO.,
iH State Street, Chlcnuo. Ill .
Kotk. end one dol r lu poKiage itanpt or
enrrency (in letter at our rlk) wltu aire ol tboe
umally'worn, and try a pair of our Magnetic In
iiile. and he convinced of the power renldlnu tn
oor other Magnetic Appliance. l'oitlvely no
cold feet when they are worn, or money refunded.
New and complete Hotel. frontlDR on
Second ahi Bailroad Htroela,
The Pan.eniter D-tot ot the C'hlcairo, Ht. Louia
and ..ewOrleam: UllnoiK Central; Waharb. St.
J.ouIk and I'ailflc; Iiou Mountain and Hnutliern,
Mobile and Ohio; Cairo and St. l.oun Baliwaya
are all J lint acrnm the ftreet; while the Steamboat
Land i "li I but one H'liiare distant,
Thif Hotel I heated by nteam, ha team
I-auudry. Hydraulic Elevator, Electric Call llell.
Automatic Klre-Alarm. Hut he. almolutoly pure air,
perlcct ewerat!e and complete appointment.
Naperh furLifhlnnf; perfect htvico; and an on
li. i: I'ABKKII .Vc 'O.. LrfMrnwa
VTK will fmv th lni rwtt(t nrnf . nf Ufr C'TTijilalnl'
ti'kl'Doriir wiOt VVi-il'i tfi-n i .lrr ("lili, bru ti n dtrrc
Uoniftr nrkt.y nn'Viit 1,tyr putly iKt!. tij
ntrtrfkil to fvt iu(ntt n. ti.nr i' hi-1. lt 1iri,
UlDllif HO piila, 9A P'lilt. V ,, r til druncMi, lkftr ut
ounUiMt tt .1 liiUti ri. '.t ? mi ' n.itifkctnrPi mily hjr
JOHN O. W hT A C'l., hi A bl W. fcivlif n HI , CbK-M'k
m iriJ f imt Mbi I jr ii.t.l j.t. j.n 1 1 u r.itvf ft 1 twl luuup.
KeaSth is Wealth !
Dn K l'. West's Nuhvr and Hiimn Thpat.
ur.sr, n KUBnintil M"eiliei for llyatena, l)irsi.
riiwi, CotiviilMorm, Vita. Nervou NcuniIkih,
lliwiW'hn, Nervoim Priw'rntion niuneil by lliw iinu
ofalenbnl or toWeo, WiikefiilnM, Mental JM.
Iimwion, HoftenitiK of tbo Bruin rwultitiK in in
winity mid b ielniK t tniiu'ry, ileeny ami (tenth,
i'rmiiture Old Ak, Itiirretiinwa, I of jiowor
n mtln'r aoi, Involuntary Iokm iiti.l Hi'i mnt -orrlni'M
i tinned liyovnr-exertion nf Hmbram. wdf.
kbtiMior iiver-iniluluiMiie, I Im-li Imi t'tnitiiina
one month' trentin.Hit. f I .no u liott.or mx lixi
forKai,"iitbymiiil wi"'"'"" ritejpt of ineo.
us-: a AiiAvrt.r. m iiom.h
To dim liny ra. With oneli order received by u
tor ail Unen. Mt'Ot'lllpllliU'd with Vifl, wo will
end th tiirehaneriiir w ritten leuiiiuitiH. to rn.
fund tlio llioliey if t tin tri-iitiiionl doea imlvOeut
euro. (iuiintiiUia ichih1 onlyhy
1IAUHY W. SOI1U11.
DrujtglaU Cur. Com inure lul avu. tsth ..Cairo
AGENTS WANTED! KTO:
ernoan, or New plrtorinl lllntory of the I, lie and
Tim. of Die Pioneer Heme and Heroine of
America, tiyt'ol. Krank Trlplett. 0ver8"H anjiorb
MltravInK Cover the three era nf plonaor pro.
gran ill iroin tlm Alieulii'lil" tn tbn 1llalppl;
CI) from the Minnlnipp! to I lie Rocky Mountain;
(I) California and the Pacific lop. NKW. Com
tilnei graphic, thrl'llnu iiarmtlv alth profnanr
of elenatit tlluntrailoii, bv emliient atllnt Nearly
VUnrrtonal ior'rnlu, nnliraelni( all the pioneer
leader. beldi arinni of incident. A plctu-a
Kallary of raro Inletent, A trua hlitorlral work of
thrtlllna: adventure In r.rimt, plain, mountain and
tromt cover wieni progreM and clvlllitallon.
FluhU wlih Indian; dnnimrate advnnro; nar
row nwapen; wild Ufa oo the border A grand
book for avinm. Outanll evrytlilnu. T octavo
page, Low In price In rearh ot Mae, Agent's
coninleUi outfit TS rent. trrtta at mica for
Conltdcntlal term and II nttrated rieacrti tlon,
A fid fen, N. i). lllnMI'HON A CO., Villi ,
iullt Ht. Luul. Mo ot New Tore City,
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The Daily Bulletin.
OFFICE: NO. 78 OniO LKVEE.
OFFICIAL PAPKK Of ALBIANDER OOCNTY .
KNTKRKI) AT TUB CAIKO PO8TOKFI0K FOB
TRANSMISSION THROD0HTH8 MAILS AT
SECOND CLASS RATES.
Lord Coli'i iiigo niaiiRns lo koop lip
appoarnnctis ot a salary of .f 10,(iOO,
Cvclones aro oallod "sUMn-wiinlt'M''
IJi initios of poor coal have buoti Ui-t-covertul
There aro only 262,000 Indians in tint
Iu the three fan districts of
100,000 persons make fans.
A man at Aruerirus, Ga., claim to
have a rooster which crows twelve
times at noon and midnight.
Kin Alfonso lias lo.4 his youthful
face and has the appearance of having
gdllU tO Mi"d.
A ball was recently bowled against a
young English cricketer's forehead,
killing him instantly.
The Harvard "annex" for women is
eminently successful. Two ladies out
6f a class of five have become engaged
to their teachers.
The reason advanced by Homy L.
Taylor, of Itelair, Md., for asking for
a divorce is that ids wife will not let
him read the bible.
Women in New York who make
nhirts for a living earn about 1") cents a
day; thoso who serve as waiter girls in
beer saloons make Jl.-'.'i.
The grand-daughter ef Davy Crock
ett is living in .San Antonio in feeble
health, poor, and wi'h three little chil
dren dependent upon her exertions.
King Kalakaua, of the Sandwich Is
lands, can get no groceries at the stores
unless the order is accompanied witli
A St. Louis aelor made his debut dur
ing a violent storm, and a local critic
observed that "even the heavens recog
nized true greatness, and thundered
It is proposed at IMsmarck this win
ter to construct a big house of blocks of
ice, which shall be used for a skating
rink, after tbo plan of the winter pal
aces they build in Canada and Russia.
Bismarck is said to have become so
suspicious and tyrannical toward all
officials of state that it is believed that
if the Emperor dies before him the
Crown Prince will not hesitate to dis
miss him from oflke.
Hannibal Hamlin should be placed
in chargo of the next arctic expedition.
A gentleman who can go through the
climate of Maine every year without
an overcoat would not be "likely to re
turn without tlto pole.
Waynesboro, Ga., society is iu a flut
ter, owing to the discover" that a celo
brated colored cook, who has been era
ployed in many tirauclass families, is a
man and not a woman as was supposed.
The follow has masqueraded as a female
for many years.
A New York jeweler has just import
ed a uinmonu as Dig as a nickory nut
the biggest ever brought into this coun
try. It weighs lL,,r) karats, ami will
lose thirty karats in cutting. The
Koh-i-noor weighs 10;!$ karats. The
New York diamond is valued at $100,
(XX). While a hotel cook at San Diego,
Cal., was preparing some chickens for
dinner, he discovered about J10 worth
of gold nuggets and four ounces of
gravel in their crops. The fowls had
been recently purchased from a farmer,
but the cook does not remember his
Eastern farmers in other sections
than New England arc learning that
spring crops are more certainly profit
able than winter wheat. The latter
has the advantage of being a better
crop to seed with, but in money returns
it is less profitable than oats or barley,
and much less so than well cared for
com and potatoes.
Mrs. Peterson and Mrs. Deckard, of
Boise, Idaho, started up the mountain
side on a ramble, taking with them a
claw-hammer to knock olT any bits of
rock that might attract their attention.
In doing this they broke off a piece
from u ledge, which they were surpris
ed to liud was rich galena ore. Mrs,
D eltnr-l lias levn '.if. i,- I ?l.roi i',,r her
Mr. rit..'era:d. of K-ichol -r. N. Y.,
having been )imi. :io(, pm it, under
his pillow. The iiet morning he com
plained at polico headquarter that
J 200 had been taken. He suspected
his wife, and she was arrested. Siie
fainted on being made a prisoner. On
recovering she said that she had taken
the money for safe keeping. Slcj was
Bob 1 1 w 1 it 1 1 I is the nani'i ot a genial
fellow iu llui far west who is called
Hut "Jonah of mining towns." It is
said of him that when be arrives at a
new camp he starts a restaurant, and
nil the miners quit work and make
boarding with him their sole business.
Tlie supplies stl I eaten and tho means
of buying exhaiislnil, Boh marches forth
tit the head of the demoralized denicm
of the camp in search of new worlds to
A whilrlish-liver supper, says the,
Monroe Dnnorrat, Is the latest' tiling
to tempt the appetlies of Michigan epi
cures, The livers are fried like oys
ters, and when washed down with old
wine or champagne are said to bo niotit
excellent. Another way is to boil ami
mince them, and when cold serve with
suit, pepper and sharp vinegar. White
tUh gizzards nicely dressed and fried
in butter, sin said' to make an excellent
dish, much sought after by those who
know w luil to eat and how to eat It,
A Lnwiston, Me., lawyer was recent
ly greeted by a lady in his oflleo with
the remark: "You don't know me, 1
reckon." He aid her face was famll
lar, but he couldn't recall her name.
"I wns divorced from my husband last
term. I want to sue him for breach of
promise, said she. She and her hus
band were divorced, pai ted, and met.
fell In love ngnin.courted and she wag
won. Hie marriago intention wns
mthHshcd. and tho day set. The man
rvachud lor the west, and tho abandon
V. M. Shields, of Mississippi, has in
vented a murderous gun which he calls
the "Sweeps. akes." "It shoots," ho
says, "4.00J bulls at the explosion of
oho cap. It will kill uud wound 800
men out of a regiment of 1,000 nieu at
a distance of 800 yards. It has forty
nine barrels all combined in one, and
each barrel shooting ono degree and
twelve minutes on a horizontal plane
from the others. Shooting a distance
of 100 yards, it will cover a spaco oj
li io yards, tilling a long felt waut,"
Walter Davie, brown and brawny
from life in the Scotch Highlands,
reached New York tlie other day. He
was dressed in the regulation Highland
costume, and when lie appeared in the
Battery Park he attracted a good deal
of attention. With a piece of chalk ho
drew two lines thirteen feet apart upon
the asphalt pavement of one of the
pathways. Toeing ono of the linos, lie
cleared the other in a single jump, "1
don't led vcrv well, or I could do bet
ter than that' he said, ns he walked
Annm.: the nio,l remarkable illuira
tiuiis of human energy are tiie floating
gardens in Kashmir, iu eastern Asia.
Hie more -o tnai they nr.! tlm work "t
an es-i iiiiailv indolent itpula:ion. For
their civai'nei an expanse of aier
about n i : if miles in circumference has
been uti.ized, on which masses of weedt.
grasses aed .efnalie plants row and
ha'oiiie intertwined an I entangled.
The.-e l''.;ui the soil, its it were, on
wh cii cu'iivaiion i.s carried mi. Divis
ions are made in liietn, they are cut
level witii t.ie surface of the waier and
then hanked over with mud. Properly
prepared for this purpose, this soil is
t-own wiin melons and cucumber plants,
anil a crop is raised which is illleciialed
in any eouiitn in tpiantity and pial;iv.
T'.e.-e melons and eiieuiiiiicrs are sold
in a gooil .season at the rale of ten or
tweniy for 2 cents; in dear seasons
they bring 2 cents apiece. Moating
g.mlea in Mexico are upon the same
p. an, but are usually devoted to the
A lady living in London writes to the
"One summer I watched the larvse of
the swallow tailed butterfly through
their different stages, and reserved two
chrysalides to envelop into the perfect
insect. In due time ono of these fairy
like creatures came out. I placed it in
a small Indian cage made of tine threads
of bamboo. A carpet of soft moss and
a vase of (lowers in the centre mado a
pleasant home for mv tiuv Psyche. I
found that she greatly enjoyed a re
past of honey; when sonio was placed
on a leaf within her reach, she would
uncoil her long proboscis and draw up
the sweet food with great apparent en
joyment She was so tame that it be
came my habit, once or twice a day, to
take heron my tinger; and while I walk
ed in the garden she would take short
flights hither and thither, but she was
always content to mount upon my hand
again. She would come on my 'finger
of her own accord, and, if the day was
bright, would remain there arlonsr as I
had tiatiencc to carry her, with her
wings outspread, basking in the sun
beams, which appeared to convey ex
quisite delight to the delicate little
1 never touched her beautiful wings.
Sho never lluttered or showed any wish
to escape, but lived three weeks of
tranquil life in her tiny home; and then
having, as I suppose, reached the limit
of butterfly existence, she quietly ceased
"On tho day of her death the other
butterfly emerged, and lived for the
same length of time. Both were equal
ly tatue, but tho second showed more
intelligence, for she .discovered that by
foldiuir her winrrs together she coul
asily walk between the slender bars of
tho cage, and having done so, she would
fly to a window and remain there, bask
ing in the Hun, folding and unfolding
her wiii"s with evident enjoyment, un
til I presented my finirer, when she
would immediately step upon it and be
carried back to her cage.
Advica to a Young Man.
You will perceive, my boy, that every
time man undertakes to manufacture a
little Bible on his own account, he
makes a mortifying failure of it. He is
caught at it, and in one-tenth of the
time it took him to conceive his fraud,
in as inauy hours as it took him months
to prepare it lie is exposed, and his
hand-made addition to the liible is
swept away in the other rubbish of
other counterfeiters. You see, my son,
tho Bible doesn't ueed any of these
nineteeiith-ceiiturv proofs of its truth;
it needs tho word of no man to establish
Its genuineness; it has stood by itself
"an anvil that has worn out many ham
mers through century after century,
unchanged and unchangeable. Every
time a man manufactures a new verse
or a new chapter wo know it is not
genuine, wo detect tho counterfeit iho
Bible has no ueed of tho supporting
prop of a fraudulent ark or a leather
DiVcronoruy. There was a complete
tin. i.. i l'i ... . 1 j
nn cuiuin ica ncioro onapira napponeu
and thero will be tho same Bible ages
after Shapira and his patent Deuter
nomy have together crumbled into Indis
tinguishable dust. The Bible doesn't
need our help, our testimony, our in
dorsement. And if there had never
been discovered in all the world a bit
of parchment, a piece of broken pottery
or a scratched stone, the Bible would
bo just as strong ns it in to-day, and
men would believe just as linnly aud
trustfully in its truth. Don't you wor
ry, my boy, because Slmpira'a aucient
manuscript was written with London
Ink, ami don't fret because tho ark In
the glacier turns out to ho put tngethor
with Pittsburg nails. That all the
frauds on tho liiblo nnd its history are
so quickly and easily detected should
only conviuco you how impossible it is
for man to counterfeit the work of God.
Wait till some man fools us with an nr
titicial moon; and until sumo philos-
ojmer stores away me sunlight in par
lor lamps, before you believe Unit man
can successfully imitate what man nover
wade. Uurlington Jlaivkcye.
Of tho th'rly-one marriages between
titled Germans uud American girls all
but ono have resulted in abandonment,
separation, divorce or some other disaster.
ed wif.i lover w lil take It out, of him
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