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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 3, 1683.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, B.ickachc, Heado'cha. Toathache,
It ore Tltninl. Sm-llliiu- Ninihi, llriilata,
Hurit. S-al,l. Kro.t lillm.
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Of the manv mme
diea biure the publia
(or Nervuua Debility
aad weaknesaof Nervo
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wbicb promptly and permanently reatorea
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the KtronKeat teeta aa
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brain rHid. and ve aiv-
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v lervoua Debility, er
Toneneaa, Ileadacbe, unnatoral U'Mta. and
all weakneiwof Generative hyatem ; It neter
faila. f 1 pk., 6 fur 5 At DrnsitiiK, or
by mail (rum Allen'a i'barmacy, 315 First
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ii h'ervona Debility and unnatural vteakneaa
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III I natnreatbeautlerrrtubiafoniierviKor. (1.
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.neauuerer to liia former vigor, fl.
The Daily Bulletin;
It is cnnkloivtl nlwny? projMT nml
iimi mondahli; to inh ie yi'iinj; pooplu to
rond nml (study history. Wlii'ti you
a hoy porinjr over Sinlvid or Aluddi",
or a p;irl ilfvonriiijr 1 1 lat new novel,
ymi can iilwiivi I'.mke tiit'iii uuci'infort
alilf, and llai tr your own m-iisi: of si-lf-iniportaiii'o
and "superiority, hy tolling
thnij to throw away tiiat triish and lvad
history, 'Irue, they hae hern pivt-n
t!ie same adt ice hel'oiv, tliey have neard
it. repealed over and over, and they feel
a sense of piilt in not at tin;; on it at
oiu e, and forever throwing away their
iernieinus lirlit-readinir which' makes
them unhappy. Still, the tale and the
novel are so interer-tinp-, the sitnatiou so
thrilling and the heroes and heroines so
courapoous and noble, that they follow
them to the close and then pet other
hooks of the same kind and peruse them
with the same earnestness and zeal,
leaving your advice unheeded. Then
you shuiild ask yourself in an inijiiirinp
tone, in which regret and egotism are
Mended, whv is it that the vouth of the
present day will uot read history? It
is not necessary that you should 'know
anything of history yourself to ar-k this
tpiestion or give this advice uot at all if
it were, very few would lit; in a position
to so advise or inquire, for in reality
hi.-torv is one of those brandies of Jeai n
ing which is much more generally com
mended than studied, and always has
been. The majority of those who pass
for fairly educated people know little
more of its lessons than they do of the
mysteries of the Host-crucians, and of
those who have skimmed over a few
nagcs of a volume or two purporting to
be history, the knowledge they have
thus acquired is of no more practical
value than the proverbial fifth wheel to
the coach. It is not our intention to de
cry the .study of history, if we really
have anything worthy of the name. We
recognize it as one of the ornamental
branches necessary to a "tinished edu
cation." Hut what is its comparative
practical value? To what real account
can one young man in a million turn
his knowledge of Poinpey's battles, t're
sar's conquests, the triumphs of Alex
ander, or the brilliant victories of Na
poleon, admitting that he is familiar
with all that has ever been written con
cerning them? What lfiison of practi
cal wisdom can the girl derive from
studying the lives of lido, Cleopatra,
Elizabeth or Catherine, as they are pre
sented bv the ancient or modem histo
rian? We do ii. t apprehend auv danger
fnun too much attention being given to
this branch of study by the youth of
either st-v, whether "it , (ts (lie elder
V:;1 pole thought, "nothing but lies," or
ns Mtieaulay delined -it," "philosophy
leaching by example."' It is a great
th iil more extolled than read, and much
more commended than studied, aud it.
is likely to so continue. ' :vakd Kuil
Three KoUihlu Murders.
The coiintvrf Vair'.ieM, in the State
of Connecticut, ii remarkable for the
three pcenlhrlv shockiivr munl-'Ts thnt
have been committed within its borders
in the V.ist right years. '1 l.e liv-t on the
record is that oi a tn.in named Latin,
who having betrav-d a working girl
under a promi-e of marriage, and being
threatened bv her u ith arrest, induced
her to uieei jiim one ev ening in a lonely
spot beside a stream onlv a few iivhes
deep, and deliberately held her face un
der water till she was drowned. He
was the Hist prisoner who availed him
self of a new hiw allowing the accused
person, if he chose, to be tried by two
judges instead of ; jury. .Judges San
ford and Hea-ley found him guilty of
murder in the second degree, and seti
'eiiced him to imprisonment for life.
Wi!li;un Hui-li'ilt? wasthe next person
accused of a ii-rri! -h- murder in Fairfield
county. II- engaged himself as i ser
vant to an old farmer, who Iihi! the ec
centric habit of earrv ing almut iloo.oOO
in a belt, around his waist, huchnltz,
who accepted a small salary, agreed al
wa;.s to walk behind the farmer ami
never beside hitn. He also stipulated
n it to resist when his master saw tit to
kick and cull' him. One evening the
farmer, returning from New York, gave
Bucholtz, who met him at the station, a
new ax and two l-riik-, and telling him
to follow at a respectful distance, start
ed across a lonely country for his home,
lie never rent lied it. 'Whether the
bricks were returned is not known, but
the blade of the ax was buried in the
farmer's head, lie was dead when as
si .lance arrived, and Lhu-holt said he
ami liis employer had been attacked by
tramps, but the money wus found buried
under a barn, and the crime was elearlv
traced to tae servant. After two trials
a jury found him guiity of murder in the
si-'-ond degree, and he was sent to join
Latin in the prison at Wetlu rslield.
iiie two cases ivterred to were tried
in the county court-house at Bridgeport.
In both instances the guilt of the prison
ers was established beyond a reasonable
doubt, and they owed their escape from
the gallow s to "a Connecticut, law allow
ing the judges or the jury, us the case.
may he, to return a venliel of tnuruer
in the .second degree when, in their
judgment, the testimonial evidence is
le.-s strong than the. testimony of two
eye-w it nc.s.scs of the crime.
The t lo.sitig (.-haiitei-sof the third mur
derthat of Hose Clark-Ambler- havo
yet to be w ritten. A'. )'. Su.
Threa Samples of Girmtti Humor.
Professor, to a class in surgery: "The
right leg of the patient, as you see, is
shorter than the left, in consequence of
which he lmijis. Now, what would you
do in a case of this kind?" Bnghl stu
dent: "Limp, loo."
Woman, with dop jumping at her, to
l'rofessijr, o.vner of tne animal: "For
Heaven's sake, tnan. call tour do" oil",
or he will npet nu;." l'ro'fessor, Mand
in;i on one toot and scratching his head:
"One minute, madam, one minute; (to
himself) as soon as I e:m remember the
infernal brute's name."
"How is it you are so punctual at the
otlice every morning, Smith? You must
have, an excellent alarm at your house."
"Yes, indeed, and a cheap one. You
see, every evening before goiug to bed
I push the cradle under the 'Black For
est' flock, with the weight directly
over the baby's head. 1'iinctiially at 3
o'clock in the morning there is an un
earthly yell, and I know what it has
ust struck." lJl)tlilt!jihix L'n'.l.
An OH Murder Uncalled.
"If theiv wi re a few Brooklyn detect
ives who had the Insight tntoeharaeiee,
the keen intuition that tho chief pos
sesses, there would be some work done
that would astonish folks."
This remark was made by a promin
ent Brooklyn ollicial, who was not aware
he was addressing a reporter of i,,c
"Detective work in Brooklyn is bile,
that of other cities, is it uot?" tho re
"Well, detectives are born and can
not be recruited from police ranks,''
was the answer. "Policemen as a mid
are not logical. They have little intel
lectual directness, except perhaps in inn
use of the club. A detective must not
only be able to see a point, but to ho'd
on to it through all manner of compli
cations and the inevitable side issues
which are so fatal to detective work.
Policeman as a rule are as garrulous as
old women over their tea. There are
notable exceptions, of course but it is
lamentably true that these exceptions
are rarely'prouioted. But to return to
the chief; I shall never forget how he
got at the facts of the Goodrich murder.
"It sremed uext to impossible to ob
tain the proofs of her guilt, and the
chief was at his wits' ends. To com
plicate or rather aggravate the case still
more, the woman confessed to him in
confidence that she committed the mur
der. She said:
" T did it chief, and I know you will
not give me away, but if you should
think proper to do so, niv oath will be
worth as much as yours, ion win
swear I told von, and I will swear I
"Every endeavor to discover Kate's
local habitation failed. It seemed an
excellent joke to this strange wo
man tnat she could tell the storv ot tier
crime to the superintendent of police
and not have it of anv value to him as
' "If I send for you,' she said her ex
pressive eyes dancing with fun, "it will
not be nece.ssarv to communicate niv
iddress, for von will n- t know where to
The chief had her in the station-house
at this time.
" 'Yes, Kate.'he said kindly, 'I shall
now where to tind ou. and i promise
to come as soon as von send.'
Then calling him hark, she said: "I
have told vou the truth. I killed Char
lie Goodrich, anil when vou find where
I live vou will find a trunk in mv room
ind in that trunk is the pistol that 1
killed him with, a watfh. and a ring be
longing to Charlie Coo lnch. Besides
these there is at loa-t a p.iilful of dirt
in the trunk."
"Hirt," said the chief. "Why, what
in the world did you ptil dirt in your
"Because I loved the very ground
that Charlie Goodrich walked "on, " was
the very singular response.
"After I had killed him, chief," and
most nil the defiance and fun faded
from the woman's faee, "I went out
where I had seen him walk hundreds ol
times and shovelled up the dirt and put
it in my trunk."
"The chief, who felt himself respon
sible for the apprehension of the mur
derer, was still off the track. At last a
bold thought struck him. The exhaust
ive and exhausting talks he had with
Kate demonstrated that, Kate had a
room, an J that the room was in Brook
ly u. So he i-.-ued an order that inquiry
should In- made at every house in the
city to discover if any woman had been
absent from her home for the length
of time that Kate had been a pris
oner. Three hundred women, deluding ser
vant girls who had left their places', had
been a -.sen t for the time stated. Then
the three hundred were sifted until it
was found thnt only four had been rays-t-'riou-ly
absent, during this period.
Kate w:is one of the fmir, and in this
way wu- hnnteil down. In her room
was fiiiind tie- trunk, and in this trunk
the iiril.'les she i,:nl mentioned, dirt and
From tii st to -,- Kute Stooddard had
never told the chief a lie. San Yrk
A. !il!;r-.g Ah.-wl and a Whole Town Af-t-rHim.
i--':g the m;..n joys of the adult
a; -I iuvi-iiih inhabitants of Frankford,
a s-.i'-'irl-of I'iiil id' I'lhi-i, must be num-bev.-d
a bullfrog of unexcelled beauty.
His d:i s :u-e passed in a miniature pond
of greenish writ -r constructed on a h-v-e
with the inin-r side of the front win
dow of a restaurant. "Greenery Vl
1 ry" aptly describes the hue of "the
bullfrog's complexion, but cavernous
depths would fitimly imply the capacity
of the gulf disclosed by his, while eight,
lips, by twelve inches "of breadth and
length feebly suggests the tuassiveness
of his size.
The gentle bullfrog lived apparently
in sublime contentment. But he was
not happy very far from happy. A
restless desire to try the world oil the
other side of the 'window filled his
window filled his breast, and kept him
awake at nights with violent longings.
He went. For weeks he awaited his
opportunity. It came. The window
was opened one morning for cleaning
purposes. The bullfrog made a suddeu
iiounit and disappeared into space.
in a moment tneniain street of Frank
fort was one of wild roar and fren?-.-
The owner of the well restaurant.
loiioweu tiy ms assistant carver, his
wife and his mother-in-law, rushed
frantically into the street shouting
The bull has escaped!" The cry was
taken up bv the all'righted. bystanders
"A bull:" "What bull?"' -Which
bull?" "A mad bull:" "Where?"
"When?'' and a general stampede fol
lowed. The shopkeepers llearinLr the
cry, "a mad bi!l," barred their 'doors
and barricaded their windows. Moth
ers walking with their childn-n, took
their little ones in their arms and rush--d
frantically for safety, 'l i e ,,.., jn,
department turned out to a ni;ui ;,,
horse, and. in their excitement, t,,r'ned
the ),ose on their own engine, while the
l'oliec lieutenant hurriedly ,-alh-il upon
his men. and, with uplifted rinks
inarched boldly out in search of the iul
furiated animal. But nothing cnid ,0
seen. "Well, where is the bull?" be
came, by degrees the ipiCstion, and then
it leaked out that it was onlv a bulll'ro-'
and not a bull. 1'roggv was recaptured
and t.-ik.n home in triumph and i
cords on a w heelbarrow to In p.,nd,
w In iv he mice again abides, a wnrv'
li- att-tit il thing.- riii'wj.-lj.hi,, -,.',.,
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Independent in all
Neutral in Notli
DELIVERED BY CAI'.IilEK. 2") CEN1'- PER WEEK.
113.00 PER YEAR, "0 PER CENT DISCOUNT IF PAID
YEARLY IN ADVANCE. BY MAIL, f 1.00 PER MONTH,
$10 00 PER YEAH. IN ADVANCE.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
MiO LACK VITAL ELWERCY?
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'. 't V-'i'.-S'.A Tunic ami Mm
Mttni'mt'l anraaaml 0r
(iii'-menti, nrn u
one cure lor :SftrvimHl lehll.
Ity, 1'HrHlyala, Kheuinatlam
F 1 lle.J , I J llHUl.tl.lU , Lnaa
i if VII h' KnsrKT, Oyerwork.
imI Itmln, W'enk Back, Kid
ney, Liver, nod Soimach
r.iinilnlnt. and arendapb.
vary latest Ira
jirnved, nnd eo
from belts nn.l all
others, aa ther
acids, chmsIok no
sores, nor irrltn.
ran lis worn l
nrk ns well a.
:J rest only notice
nine to wearer,
lo meet the diffsr.
ent atsKea of all
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Is of benetll. 1 ii.,M for MEN ONLY nt once reach
th sent ol illseime, as Iheji act direct upon Neryoua,
Muscular, aoct (lneriitlv. Centers, speeillljr restoring
the vltiillt -which Is F.iei-trli-llj-drnineil from the
tem by aieeas or lodisi rrilnns, they thus In a natnral
way oTerooms the weskness without dniRidng the alom
ach. Tbey will cure eveiy ohiw short of striu-tural d
Rensratlon. aud we are ireired to furnish the most
imnbatie nml a-luts proul to amipiirt onr clHlma,
llustrated Fumpolet Frec.or sent sealed for 80 poslana.
CMUlUtloa I AMk.?IOAN OALVANIO CO.
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