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SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFK IXSUB
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
OrjfanlwdJnlT 11th, 1877, tnrter the Uw o
the State of Illinois. Copyrighted J nit
9, 1877, Under Act of Congress.
JAP. 8. McOAHKT Preldonl
J. H. ROBINSON let Vice-President
M. PHILLIPS 2nd Vlce-I'reaident
J. A. GOLiiSTINK Treasurer
X''PETKIB f Medical Adviser
THOMAS LEWIS Secretary
ED. H. WHITE... Aaalstant bucrutajy
Wm. F. PITCHER, L.S.THOMAS,
W. C.JOCELTN, F. VINCENT,
WILL T. EEDBCRN.
BOARD OK MANAGERS:
3. A. Goldstlne.of GoldsMn t Rosen water, whole
ale and retml dry good, etc. ; Jas. S. McUahey
lumber dealer; wm. F. Pitcher, general aoent;
Albert Lewis, dealer in flour and grain; L. 8.
Toomaa. bricklayer; Moses Phllllpe, con ractor
and builder; U. A. Chnmbley, grocer: Thou.
Lewis, secretary and attorney-at-law; vV. II.
Maroan, Honucpathlc physician; II Sa der, of
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Tiaor; Ed H. White, ass't nee. W. 4 0..M.A. So
ciety; J. W. Spier, Inmber and saw-mill; V. L.
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4 P. R. K.; M. Kobler. merchant tailor: Jeff M.
Clark, dealer in wall-paper and window sondes; .1.
S. English, contractor and builder; WillT. Red
burn, of Morse A Redbnrn, cigar mannfactnrera;
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8t. Gas mains, and E E. Walbridge, lumber and
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rg, Ky. ( J.W. Tarry, physician. Fulton. Kv.
CDCC " TH E SCI E NCE-
llltt OF HEALTH"
It a viry laMcMtiai bonk, aaa an Ima pronooarJ m kv
OMiiula who h.a nti IL II aipliiH th. irino.pln of
IK, art aula aid lot orif la ol diMjuao, lad ihoald lo ra4
ay all tkioliaf Mnpla. It tnou.cn valuabli praorlptlone
lit tit nr. of Marrana and Pbraleal D.bUity, Loet
Italltr, Dafeetlra Memory, Deepondenor, ana tb.
waol. trala af aiioMort brauitht oa b oTtrwark aid laatv
amuaaia i tia. preaorlpttone fi OaUrrh, Serorola, eto.
A ff ""' work T nAll, awmrely Halo., frM, ky
atUnwbf iba author.
I W.C. JAQCU, ID., UO W. ttk 8k, OavlaaAtt, Oklo
The Daily Bulletin.
OFFICE: NO. 78 OHIO LEVEE.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTT.
ENTERED AT TUB CAIHO POHTOFFICE FOR
TRANBMISHION TFIROI'OH TUB MAILS AT
BE(X)ND CLAH8 RATES.
HOISTING FEEEDOM'S STATUE.
Charles F. Thomas Recalls His Dizzy
Experience on the Capitol.
diaries F. Tlionins, th mcuhanicul
pnint-'i-r who placed the statue of Free
dom on the capitol in Washington, lives
with his family in a cottage at No. 32
Kleventh street, Brooklyn. He is of
stalwart proportions. A lorii?, pray
heard jriven him a venerahle appearance,
bnt his keen eyes are restless and
sparkle when Ixi talks.
"Von see that framed certificate on
the wall?" he said. Well, that was
signed by Abraham Lincoln twenty
years up, a month before he was as
sassinated. It testifies that "Mr. Thom
as, superintendent of construction of
the new dome, placed the statue of
Freedom on the dome on December 2,
at 12 M., and that the scaffolding
whereby the tholus was built and the
statue was raised to its position was de
signed and erected by him.'
"1 was eight years building the dome
and plm ing the atatne in position. You
see under that glass bell on the table
yonder a model of the top of the new
dome, the htatue, and the circular scaf
folding, whose top is alove the head of
the statue. That little model, a few
inches high, and whose large-t timbers
are no bigger than matches, will sus
tain a weight of one hundred pounds.
The elevation of the top of the scaf
folding on the western face of the capi
tol was 3!)0 feet. Two workmen and
myself only were allowed to go on the
structure. We climbed to the top by
means of cleats fastened to one of the
uprights. Washington is a windy place.
Gusts used to come frorr the most un
expected quarters on that lofty place.
"The bend of the statue was hoisted
to its position by means of an eyelsjlt in
the cluster of feathers in the helmet of
the statue. The instant it settled into
place thirty-four guns were fired by a
park of artillery east of the capitol, "and
the gun of all the forts near Washing
"It was by the widi of JeflVrson
Davis that the head of the statue was
crowned with the helmet, surrounded
by a circlet of stars and topped off with
an irregular but picturesque bunch of
feathers. Mr. Davis was secretary of
war in 18o.j. The sculptor, Crawford,
designed a statue of Freedom with the
liberty cap. To the cap Mr. Davis ob
jected, because, he said, the cap was
worn by freed slaves among the ancient
Greeks. Mr. Davis objected that the
design suggested that Americans had
been slave. Mr. Crawford objected to
a change. Nevertheless he prepared a
design similar to that now in the capi
tol. Mr. Davis approved it, and it was
adopted. At once newspapers opposed
to Mr. Davis in politics said that his
motive in securing the change in the de
sign was that he did not want an em
blem on the capitol which indicated that
slaves could ever be made free.
"After the scaffolding was partlv re
moved I stood on the feathers of" the
helmet, while a photographer took my
picture. He couldn't say, "Look pleas
ant," or 'Hold your chin a little higher,
please.' because he was at South First
street and New Jersey avemve. I tied
a rope through the eyebolt in the centre
of the top of the head, so that a bight
was formed which hung down the slop
ing side of the head. I placed my right
foot in the bight. The left foot was on
top of the head. Standing thus the
photograph was taken."
In the stereoscopic view which Mr.
Thomas has, his form looks like that of
a blackbird newly lighted on Liberty's
"After the photographer hail dropped
his handkerchief to signify lhat he had
done with me, I dropped on my right
knee and took a hammer from one
pocket and some steel dies of letters
from another pocket. With a blow on
each die I stamped words on the top
most feather of the plume. They have
never been seen by anyone but myself,
and will not be in a thousand years. I
believe the statue will never need re
pairs. The words are as follows:
" 'A. Lincoln, President of the United
States; Thomas Hugh Walter, archi
tect; B. B. French, commissioner of
public buildings; Charles F. Thomas,
superintendent of construction of the
new dome.' "
"Is it a fact that Vulcan's face in the
allegorical painting in the eye of the
dome, over the rotunda, is vour por
trait?" "It is a fact." Sew York Sun.
Fight With a Buck.
J. II. Cremer, an old mountaineer,
who live9 near this place, tells the fol
lowing story: A fortnight ago two
miners came to his house for the pur
pose of having them direct them to a
certain trail leading to a mine. He
guided them, and on his return he spied
a deer lying by the side of a dead tree
apparently ' sound asleep. A whoop
aroused the animnl, followed by more
yells, which so frightened it that it rush
ed headlong into a tree-top, which in
someway injured it so that it seemed
crazed. It then turned upon the de
fenseless man, trying to use its horns,
which were about twelve inches in
length. Mr. Cremer felt sure it could
do no harm in this way, but found that
in its rage it would stamp him to death
so in an instant he caught it by the hind
leg and had the good fortune, to throw
it m such a wav that one horn held it
fast under a limb of a fallen tree.
"Quicker than I can tell it," said Crem
er, "holding his leg with one hand,
with the other I got out my pocket
knife, opened it with my teeth, struck
the fleer in his jucrular vein and let him,
o bleeding freelv. In a few moments
to fell dead." Clw'o llenord.
The Kugjish artist, Miss) Marian
North, who is studying the African flora,
lately saw three of tin-largest aloes in
the world standing together, forty feet
high, with hundreds of heads on tlit
ends of the branches, w hich, when in
bloom, show a mass of color to be sccd
thirty miles off.
CAIRO BULLETIN; TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13, 1883.
W. T. Lahbdu, nrer editor of fsi Bullitih
and steamboat passenger agent. Orders for all
klnda of steamboat Job printing aollcited. Office
al Bowor't European Hotel. No. 71 Ohio levee.
8TA0ES01T THE RIVER.
Tim river msrked by the gauge at this
port at 6 p. m. 20 feet 5 inches and rif ing.
Chattanooga, Nov. 12. River 1 foot 10
nches and rising.
Cincinnati, Nov. 13. River 17 feet 5 in
ches and rising.
Louisville, Nov. 12. River 8 feet 6 in
ches and rising.
Nashville, Nov. 12. River 10 feet 3 in
ches and rising.
Pittsburg, Nov. 12. River 7 feet 11 in
ches and rising.
St. Louis, Nov. 12. River 14 feet 4 in
ches and falling.
Yesterday was a "swinger," and a itnile
could be observed playing upon the coun
tenance of every clothing man in town, as
the severe cold epell which visited us so
unceremoniously Sunday night made busi
ness good yesterday, an i overcoats went off
The Paris C. Brown from New Orleans
passed up Sunday morning for Cincinnati.
She had 400 tons of freight; lashed onto
two barges and departed.
Tho Belle MempLis from St. Louis arrived
here Sunday evening with a big trip. She
received very liitle freight here, aa she bad
about all she wanted. Left at 9 p. m. for
The Ella Kimbrough from Oayoso ar
rived Sunday night at 8 o'clock. She had
a good trip of freight and passengers; dis
charged 1,200 sicks of cotton seed at Hick
man. Left hero for Osceola yesterday at
4:30 p. in.
The Vint Shinkle arrived here from
Memphis yesterday morning at 6:30. Her
trip was light. She received some freight
here, among which were 32 head of cattle
and 19 cabin people, most of them being
registered for Louisville and Cincinnati.
The fine popular electric light steamer
Guiding Star arrived here Sunday night
with tho blue ribbon trip of the season.
She filled out here flat and left last night
early for New Orleans. Her cabin was full
of people; also had about 120 deckers.
Capt. Hegler, with his handsome and tal
ed bride were on board and were about the
happiest looking couple we have seen for
The Chickasaw, just completed at Pitts
burgh, and built to fill the place ot the
Hard Cash to run in White river, arrived
here yesterday at 5 p. m. She is a very
pretty boat, and surpasses her predecessor
n every particular. Wash Floyd, formerly
clerk of the Will S. Hays, is is her office as
The John A. Scudder from St, Louis ar
rived here yesterday, wanting several hun
dred tons of freight to satisfy her appetite,
which she will likely get before leaving
this evening for New Orleans.
The Thos. Sherlock from Cincinnati is
due here to-morrow for New Orleans. She
is now almost like a new boat, as Capt
Hegler ot the Guiding Star, who is one of
her owners, has put about $10,000 worth of
repairs on ber. She is the largest carrier in
The Will Kyle from New Orleans will
arrive here Wednesday night or Thursday
morning on her way to Cincinnati.
The Andy Baura from Cincinnati arrived
here Sunday at midnight. She was loaded
flat, and left at 2 a. m. for Memphis.
The B. S. Rhea, due yesterday morn
ing from Neshville, failed to report. Possi
bly she will terminate her first trip at Pa-
The Commonwealth from Vicksburg is
due for Vicksburg this morning.
The Interior of the Earth.
That the interior of the earth is the
seat of intense heat is a familiar truth.
Volcanic phenomena give us ocular
demonstration of it. Mining experi
ences, moreover, have furnished us with
an almost uniform rate at which tho
heat increases, and is generally com
puted to he about one degree Fahren
heit for every 55 feet of descent. But
mining experiences are necessarily very
limited. The deepest mine in England,
that of the Rosebridge Colliery, near
Wigan, takes us down only 2,442 feet
ami to a temperature not much exceed
ing 90 degrees Fahrenheit. It is hot
enough to make the work exceedingly
trving to the minors, but that is all.
This, however, is (so to speak) scarce
ly traversing the earth's epidermis. But
if we may assume a uniform increase of
heat in descending, the temperature at
a depth of fifty miles may be expressed
in figures at 4,8'K) degrees Fahrenheit.
In other words, at less than an eighth
of the distauee which lies between the
circumference of the earth and ils cen
tre, the heat would be about twenty
two times the heat of boiling water at
the sea level. Proportionate figures
might, of course, express the heat at
greater depths still, but figures fail to
convey any idea to the mind of that
which must necessarily transcend all
imaginations. Stitlicelt to say, that in
a descending series we must eventually
come to a heat so great that no sub
stance with which wo aro acquainted
could, under any conditions which we
can imagine, exist in it in either solid
or fluid form. And we conclude, there
fore, that if the enrth's centre be itself
in a gaseous condition (and there is no
reason to think that it may not be so)
there must be a gaseous zone somewhat
between a solid centre and a solid circumference
"Do you think think that Prof. Bun"
combo will have a large audience at his
lecture this evening?'7 inquired a gen
tleman from San Antonio of hi travel
"Hardly think ho will," answered tho
other, "for I see by this bill here that it
Is stated 'he carries his audience with
him.' Must he a boy who trims the
"(), no, you are mistaken. That
jtatement about carrying his audience
with him means that his lecture is so
thrilling that his audience follows him
with the closest attention. Ever hear
"Yes, I heard him once, and one part
if it was exceedingly thrilling."
"What a., that? '
"When I was obliged to yield up a
half dollar at the door." Tvxu.i Sifting.
Paralysis:, Nino Year.
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Townley's Toothache Anod ne cures inntantly.
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
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In these times of quack medicine adver
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Malaria pouitively cured with Emory's
Standard cure nils, a never-failintr renie
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MADE oy PILRPOSE
One of Those Mistakes (?) Which are
More Freqneut than Profitable.
"1 by. my child, this I? not BENSON'S CP
CINr. POKOl'S PLASTER," ald a father to his
little dauehscr. after examining a package she had
us- brought from the drug store.
"Iau'tlt, Pa? I'm orty but I asked the man lor
Benson's I know I did, and he took tbe 25 cents
you gave me to par for It with," exclaimed the
child positively. "Maybe the drug man made a
"I'll go "round myself and sco," was the gentle
man's ci m men t, as be donned his coat aid hat.
'U hy didn't you send me Benson's piaster, In
stead (,f tir- ' and trashy thlnut"
'Wbj, i ;im ui th it would suit you Justus
"Yon thoaeht! you thought! What buiness
have von to think! I don't rav von fur thinking.
but for filling my order," said the indignant caller,
contemptuously. "Therel take that thing hack
ana give me my money, I 11 get what I want
617 St Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, U0.
A rofrular Ornduat of two medical
collei;.'-, ha been loiik'er engaged In the treat
ment of Chronic, Nervous, ti-klu and
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WE will psv th bnTe rtwtrd 1r any c of Llvtr Complthv1
DTiptpus, M,k Hv:hat lii.liu.itinn, Cotmipalloft orCoaUraoaaa,
wa t.m(ii curt with H m'i Vrern',1. Liter eilla, whn th. dlw
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eminlerr.li. n,l lmlin..n. The remain, manufactured only bv
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ln trial vfue lent I y mul rrt..lou rau'jADf s wit ttauiii.
flenSiii is Weaiih !
Db K V. West's Nkrvb and Braix Tbiat.
MENr, n Ruamnteesl siwih" for Hysteria, Dizzi.
new. Convulsions, riw, .Nervous Neuralgia,
Headnrhe, Nervoiw Trosfnitton caused by the tiss
of nlrolml or tnbooeo, Witkxftilneria, Mental De.
pression, cVifteninu of the. Bruin nwultiog in in
sonity ami leading to misery, decny and death,
I'remnturo Old Age), Bnrrcnnena, Ixiea of power
in oitlmr sex, Involuhtary Losses niidHpermot
orrlicrn eaused by overexertion of the brain, aelf
shuseor nver-iiHlulgenoe, Kach box contains
one month's tnwtmont, f l.f") a box.oratz boxes
furif.'i.lU.rwit by muil prepudou rcipt of pneft
M i GI AIl.WTEK HIX. BOX I S
To cum any onsn. YithMchonlorriwivodbyns
for six box. acooiiipanied with JWs wu will
end the purchaaer itir written guarantee tom.
fund the money if the treatment dooe not eUesrt
euro. Guarantees iasued only bf
IIAIiRY W. SOHUH
DrtuucKl, Cor. ComairctaIkVd.st8lh I Clr