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The Daily Bulletin.
What Ails Our Young Girls.
There is a great donl ' of chihhhisio
constantly going around"" 'about the
bang. It is not the bang, " however,
but piano-playing, as now observed,
that is ' mining our young girls and
bringing the giw hairs of their fathers
and mothers and beaux and the next
door neighbors in sorrow to the grave.
Show us girl who can play the piano
fruin ruorning till night and wo will
show you a girl that -isn't good for
much else. Show us a: girl that can
play a fugue from lMundeibsohn and
knock all the con expressione and con
amore out of a symphouy in E minor,
and we will, generally, show you a
girl that can't tell a tea" biscuit from a
jew's-harp and who, if callod upon to
dust around and get a meal for a tired
father or a hungry mother, would have
to give it up and could only wring her
hands and go in a corner and weep.
The piano Is all right; but there is no
emergency in the piano business, while
there is in kitchen work and house
keeping. "Music hath charms to soothe
the savage breast," but man,' big. strong
hearty, robust, human man, when he
is hungry, hath a void that the strains
of Mozart will not fill, a stomach that
'Kathleen Mavourecu" in six flats will
not lull. In these remarks, let it be
borne, in mind, the writer has not lost
sight of the fact that there are a few
choice flowers in the sweet bouquet of
girlhood whose talent : comprehends
and blends the combination of musical
art and practical womanly knowledge
with a grace, a fitness as delightful as
it is rare; but, as we observe, these
phenominal minds are rare in woman
or man either and in nine cases out
of ten the cvery-day woman who ex
pects to run a domestic establishment
and put in six solid hours a day on the
piano, will have to make an assign
ment for the benefit of her creditors.
The girl who sings "Tho Harp that
onco thro' Tara's halls" from morn to
dewy eve must expect to mingle her
sweet notes with the just and indignant
wrath of a hungry husband when he
comes home at night. All good hus
bands love to see music in their wives,
but tho average fair-haired dry goods
clerk, the day-laborer, tho machinist
and the mill-man, who have to work
hard and sweat for their dollar or two
dollars a day, these men, we say, while
they admire music, prefer to see it ic
their wives as it is played on the me
lodious Moor-mop and the airy ironiug
board, and they would rather, far rath- '
er, when they hear their wives . at the
piano singing "In the gloaming,4' and
there is no supper ready at 6 o'clock,
they would rather see tliern ' singing in
the pantry, the kitchen and the' dining
room. The craze for piano playing is
making more rich music' teachers and
old maids than it is happy wives and
homes. Wo do not object to music.
Indeed, if it were possible wo would bo
glad to s i' ' very young girl and wifo
in the land know now to play the piano.
It is tho evil tendencies of the tiling
that are objected to; the natural causes
that arise to influence young girls so
that they will think because they can
play operatic nonsense on the piano
thov can turn the worm upside down.
There Is a bitr' doriand crowine: for
girls who can get more music out of
broom-sticks and bake-oveus than pi
anos and thirty-two-stop organ. This
demand is increasing in the. United
States every day, and after awhile it
will get so that a young man will break
the engagement or keep away altogeth
er from an otherwise good girl when
he learns that she has made a sciontifio
Btndy of the art of pawing ivory that
sho can execute an intricate fantasia or
paralyze a romanza and make a sonata
look sick while the steak on the broiler
is burning and making the house smell
aud the buckwheat batter on the bread
box has turued sour. Williamaport
Some Oystnr Eaters.
"Then there's John Hilling1. Ho
used to come dowu here to the old bont
in company with Mr. Smith of the New
York Ycckly, and cat between fifty and
seventy-live ach day. He used to beat
Smith out of his boots at eating oysters,
and used to make fun of his limited ca
pacity when Smith would stop short of
"Ono day when Josh was down here
eating his usual quota, a fellow who
knew him said to bim:
"Will you eat all the oysters I will
" 'I will,1 " says Josh, and away the
boy started on opening the oysters.
After Josh had eaten 100, at a cost of a
cent apiece, the fellow said:
" 'I'll be darned if I'll pav for any
more for a greedy beggar lfke you,'
and he walked oil" madder'n a hatter,"
and Mr. Boyle laughed heartily at the
Resuming, after a while, he said:
"There is ex-Mavor Havemeyer. He
was a champion. He'd eat 'em anyway
you give 'em to him, raw, devilled,
fried, broiled or stewed, in large quan
tities. I've seen him eat sixty raw one
day and never winked. It happened
that the man who kept the place re
fused to sell any more to bim on the
ground that he wanted a few for his
other customers, and whenever Mr.
Havemeyer called there he was told
that he couldn't have any more than a
couplo of dozen or so. Well, Beecher
can eat almost as much as Alderman
Duffy. I would like to see a match, ar
ranged between them. But I'd bet on
the preacher. He can cat. I've seen
him put eighty oysters out of sight in
as many minutes, and then smile a
smilo of joy and triumph, just as if he
had converted some great sinner."
AT. 1'. Star.
Our Boya and Our Girls Out West.
But, ordinarily speaking, what right
have our girls to husbands? As
brought up what ran they do toward
helping a man earn tho household
bread? Many of them are not physi
cally fitted to be wives, much less
mothers. Sacramento Dee.
And how is it with the cigarette
smoking, toddy-drink iug, pae-faeed,
spindle-hhauked young man? What
sort of fathers are they cut out for?
What can they do toward helping n
good wife support a family? VYo ap-
firehend that "our girls" will compare
avorably wilh "our buvs" nnv dav A
the vveck. l'o'o-MH.
CAIRO BULLETIN; FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 30, 1883.
Life in Germany.
One misses ice water and our vari
ous cooling appliances- very much; it is
possiblo, with a good deal of trouble,
to get a glass of water with a fow pieces
of dirty ice in It, but it always seems
to excite so much surprise, alarm and
horror in the spectators that one has
to seek out a socluded corner of the
restaurant to drink it. I do. not know
which they regard as the worM, drink-,
inff ice water or eatiug raw tomatos.
rsow, 1 am very iona ol ine jaiwr,. ana
always eat thorn when I can, but from
seeing a crowd around my part of the
room every day I begin to have uorue
suspicion that tho; proprietor uses, mo
as an advertisement, and that crowds
come daily to see the great American
tomato eater. Ice water especially
sooins to bo regarded as a deadly poi
son, the cause ol all tlie dyspepsia in
It is a fact that we do have more dys
pepsia than the people here; but I
think it is due rather to the quantity of
food we tako than to tho nature of it.
For many reasons the quantity taken
here is limited, the chief ono being that
everything is so badly prepared that no
man living could cat what we would
call a respectable meal; then also the
habit of paying separately for every
individual thing one eats, even to tho
bread, is not conducive to a largo ap
petite. The ordinary 'midday meal here for
tho better classes is about as follows:
First, a soup which has a wholo legion
of names, which are given to it accord
ing as to whether it contains sausage,
potatoes, liver, or some other abomina
tion, the body always remaining beef
soup. This soup is, on the whole, not
very bad, i'ext comes the Inevitable
"Rindtleisch," : the boiled meat from
which the soup has been made, a dark,
dry looking substance, easily chewed,
but, as all the salts have gone over to
the soup, having absolutely no taste;
it is easily digested, and, though not
palatable, is perhaps as nourishing as
any other meat. Next conies the
"Braten," and a glow of satisfaction
comes over the face of the diner, for he
has eaten his "Rindtleisch" to live and
now lives to eat his "Braten." This
consists of baked, or more ' generally
fried, veal or pork, and is served swim
ming in gravy and onions,. A salad,
made either of lettuce or cucumbers,
which have been soaked in wait, water
several days to take all tiie colic out of
them, is 'generally eaten ,wjih this.
After this comes the dessert, or "Melil
spaise," which may consist of anything
in the world, providing we exclude all
that is good. With thisidinner a quart
of beer or a pint of wine ic' generally
You see by this .that the ninit fertile
source -of dyspepsia,' overloading the
stomach, is practically excluded.' Pos
sibly another thing wliich helps to keep
the eater braced . up is that he eats
everything with his knife, aud in this
way must tako a not inconsiderable
amount of iron into bis system. True,
dyspepsia is a very uncomfortable ami
uninteresting disease, but, even if I
were obliged to get dyspepsia Jroni our
manner ot life, Ido not know but that
it is to bo. preferred to the German
dinner. In soma of the larger cities,.
where, a higher degree of civuv.iUion
has been reached, as in Vienna and
Berlin, one can do ., better. Pragv
Cor. Meheal Aew.t. "
.Tho LiuiB-Kilu Club.
' "A few months no I had occashun
Uj refer ro do lawyers," began Brother
Jardner as ho railed the meeting to
order. "I now wish to refer to em
again. Indela' three months dar
has bin mo' shootin', stabbin', throat-
cuttin', robbin and thievin1 in dis ken-
rv dan any one has seen fur y ars be-
fo Who am primarily to blame fur
lis state of society? Do lawyers.
'A young man. am shot down in cold
blood in Detroit. Dar' am no clue to
le murderer. ! Ebery editor, merchant,
banker, tailor, shoemaker an labonn
man in de citv am anxiously wondorin'
if de mqrdercr will be arrested. Ebory
lawyer in de city am anxiously wonder
in' how de fiend kin be cleared in case
he am arrested.
"A policeman am shot down by a
thief on do street. De ono who fires
de shot escapes, but a companion am
arrested. While de police am anxious
to hold him until some clue kin be ob
tained, do lawyers am anxious to get
him out lur de sake ot a paltry fee.
"Let a man plan a murder an ne
plans de chances of being cleared of de
charge by a lawyor. It was de lawyer
who first cooked up de plea of insanity.
It am do lawyer who pleads kleptoma
nia, sottenm ot de brain, tits, irenzy,
an' any odder excuse to soften crime.
De lawyer who hasn't a reputashun fur
beatin' de law am no good. Let it bo
known dat he am successful in clearin'
criminals an' his ollice am thronged.
"What does a bank cashier reason
when he robs? Why, dat his lawyer
kin make a settlement fur . half de
"What docs a merchant reason when
ho tries to beat his creditors? Why,
dat his lawyer will see him frew.
' "What does a trusted ollieial reason
when he pockets ; do people's cash?
Why, dat a tenth of his stealin's will
pay a lawyer to provo him innocent.
"De lawyer takes de statute books of
his state an' sots downtodiskiver loop
holes. It isn't how he kin enforce de
law, but how he kin ev.ado it. It isn't
how he kiu see justice done to an hon
est feller-citizen, but how he kin turn a
villain back inter society.
"Dar' am not a law on do statute
books of Michigan which a lawyer did
not help to make. Kin you say dar'
am a single law which de lawyers can
"Pass a law to keep de Sabbath day
holy an' de lawyer will try to break
itrf i Pass a law to elevate do moral
standin' of any cl ass, and de lawyor
will begin to study to see how it, kin bo
evaded. A ten dollar bill will buy him
to fight do cause of de widow aud do
orphan. He defends do grave-robber
wid twice de zeal dat ho displays in
aeienain a civil aw-snun. &ucry case
of murder, arson an' robbery am so
much cash fur de lawyers.. De day has
como when mo' money kiu be uindo by
a burglar dan by a wholesale grocer,
an wiuout muoii mo rism. wwy new
hatch of lawyers turned loose on do
ken try am a bid fur a new batch of
criminals, au' some of you will lib to
see de day when it will be safiT to be a
criminal dan It will he to pursue an
houeat business." A troit tree Prexs
Marriage Becoming Popular.
Tho British House of Lords at its
last session rejected a bill permitting a
widower to marry his dead, wife's
sister. This subject comes up "(every
year, and while it passes the Commons
by large majorities, It is arranally de--feated
by small majorities -by -the
f Lords, temporal and spiritual. ., The
' debate on tho motion brought out some
- curious statistics. It seoms that mar
riage is once more a popular Institu
, tign in Great Britain. Twenty-five
; yean ago the middle-class Englishman
was reluctant to marry. One of the
popular songs of that day was, "Why
i don't the men propose, mamma?" But
now marrying is again in order, but tbe
old conditions of conjugal lifo are very
greatly changed. There is more free
dom in marriage. The wifo as well as
the husband is more her own master.
The former Is no longer the mere echo
of her consort, while the latter resents
' being tied to the apron strings of his
Thcrsdat Eveniko, Nov. 29, 1883.
Following a dense fog this morning the
day has been clear and warm tbe warmest
Thanksgiving koown to tbe oldest inhabi
tant. The market continues very dull, but
dealers are hopeful for a change for the
FLOUR Full stocks snd very dull in
HAY Tbe market is well supplied snd
demand moderative for choice in small
CORN Steady and uochanged.
OATS Demand light and supply good.
MEAL Easy and unchanged.
BRAN Scarce and in active request.
BUTTER Choice is in active demand
and light supply. Common is not wanted.
i.UUa Market nearly bare and prices
POULTRY Live chickens area drug.
DreBsed poultry is in fair request.
APPLES Firm and unchanged.
POTATOES AND ONIKOS-Dull and
Salea and Quotations.
NOTE. The prices Dure given are for sales from
flrs' hands In round lots. An advance Is
charged for broken lotsin UUlns orders.
lOObbls fancv ...
100 bbls various grades
10S bhl- choice
lOObbls extra fancy....
4 cars gilt edge small bale....
2 cars choice Timothy
5 cars mixed
. ft 00
.3 SOftS 40
4 cars new mixed in bulk
B cars new white In bnlk
3 cars now white In sacks....
4 cara choice , in balk ..
H cars mixa In balk..
3 cars, in sacks, del...
No.4 Red, per bn
No. i Medlteranean..
CUT on orders....
.1 403 45
Wi pounds choice Northern packed.
80j ponndscholce Northern dairy....
800 ponnds Bonthi rn Ills
!) pDutids creamery.
hi) pounds choice southern Ills 15QIS
Bmu l .....
8 crmps mixed young and old...,
..1 502 00
Qnuls per doz , 1 00
venison carcass .4c
Venison sadules SStRe
w ild turkeys per dozen 6 OOfit on
Wild ducks per doZ'.'n 1 60
Per bhl choice Ben Davis
. S 3ft
1 ' Rom Beantv.,
craaii vsr enes
,..S 5063 V
Potatoes pur hush............... - S088
roiaioes per UUI . 1
10 Crates, according to size 9 CC&U 00
Tab-vcaahed J, tSftSfl
Plain ham m none
B. u. uams m. IS
Clear side" a
Diofle.. . .none
enouiaurs M tioa
Ohio Hlvor J CO
i husbol burlaps,
b bushel ' ....
Peaches, balvesand onarters " lasv
Apples.brljht ,, ne,4
Cliolco, Factory ,
Cream ............ ...mm.,. ,...... .... .......,m
ess e e
Dry Kllnt choice
Sheep Pells, dry
Sheep Pelts, green..,
Common Lug S
Good lutrs : 4 MO B pi
jon Leaf i irx r,
Medium Leaf a 7 rc
Goo 4 Leaf. T Boo ' i
HATE8 OF FREIGHT.
Oram Hay Floor Pork
SJcwl Wcwt. bhl. Vbbl'
Hen phi Vi 15 35 85
vOr'eans.- 17'4 8H V W
Helena. Ark 1 22 85 K
Klineston. Mis 21 27 v 45
Vickiiiiirif. Priotess House, JJc. psr cw
es. perbbl. bliih.-r.
Au other ws' points below Memphis to BesOr
ens, rame rates as to Klineston.
has gained an enviable
r potation wherever
known, displacing sll
i ther preparations. An
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is act a
LIQCLO OH 8SCFF
HAY- FEVER ' WoV,,,V
When absorbed It effectually cleanses tbe nasal
)asAnee of virus causing healthy secretions.
t aliavs Itflanimsilon, protects the mem-
branul UMncs of tbe bead from additional
colds, completely heals the sores snd restores the
tetsu or tate and smell. Honcnciai results are
realized by a few applications .
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Deafnets, or any kind ol mucous membraoal irrita
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sale ml retail d-ugg'sts.
tH'SCKKA-M BALM lU..UWSgO, !i . I.
Mercury has pro laced more misery snd made
morn cripples than war, peattiencr ana ramine
combined. If you hive anv blood disease or skin
humi rlt is vur duty to yourelf snd posterity to
ate the only veiretasie cure, whica is bwiii i
Swift's Specific has relieved mi of Material
Blood Poison after I bad been confined to tbs
hocce for five mouths snd h d been dosed with
bine mass, ctlomel an l other poisonous drnri
until I was in despair Swift's Specific Is the
remedv for this k'nd of blood poison.
t .M. ci.Aua.Agi. soutaern Lire ins uo.
I have been nam? for a month or two in rav
household, wiri s hpeciac (S. s. n.) the great nor
tton of it having been consumed by the female
Dortlon f mv fainllv. and with the baoDlest re-
salts. It acted II e a charm on my wife, who bad
been in nan: neaitn lor s lone time, and tor whom
l nave oaiu nnnnrene or nnrs ror doctors ana
medicines. It began to build her up from tbs first
dose. Another female member of mv familv took
wilh eauallv atlpf rtorv rnnnlla tl rarlaln.
IV the bet tome fordellrste ladles that I havesver
used, and l have tri- d them all I have no donbt
that want ol eie cli-e.clo-e tuuflnemeut rnnrl.
ven'llatfd houses, sewer gas prison and malarial
poison often produce lrknes amors oar wives
daughters tnd sisters, and I believe Swift's
Specific Is the remedv for all this sort of blood
pol onlng. F. L. JON KB, J. P. Quitman, Gs.
TREATMENT OF CANCER.
For twentv yea-s I have suffered from a cancer nn
tbe side of my neck near tbs shomder end sxnsns-
ted tbe whole catalogue of remedies wlihout any
relief. Tne cancer growing worse all tse time, tha
whole upper pnrt of my b"dy became stiff asd full
or nam. l iial virtually iot the ue or Dot harms
mv general health ha broken down snd I ssw it
wasonb a quetnn or time when life Itself would
be dentroved. In th e condition I coram need .the
u-eof swift Specific. The first bit;l relieved
mc of tb - stiffness In the nerk, the second gsvejue
perfect use f my arms, and I reel strong snd well
to every wsy. I am a poor man but 1 would i
tsk"S 6.0a for the good 1 bsvs eiusrV nred w
Swift's specific. I believe It will force oat all the
poison and curd me.
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A ME (TMPANIKS.
WIDOWS' & (UIPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
OnranlxedJalT Uth, 1R77, tmler the Laws o
the State of Illinois. Copyrighted Juh
9, 1877, Under Aft of Congres.
JAS. 8. McT.AHRT..
. ..1st Vice-President
.... Medical Advisers
W. H. V1AKKAN I
8. PKTKIE ("
ED. H. WHITS
KXKUUTI VK COMMITTEE.
Wm F.PITCf'EB. L. S. THOMAS,
W. C.JOCBLYN, F VISChXT.
n'TT r t prnuruv
BOARD OK MANAGERS:
i. A.Goldstlne, of tioldstlne 3l Rosen ater, whols
sale and retail dry good, etc. ; Jas. H. McGshsy
lumber dealor; Wtn. F. Pitcher, general aent;
Albert Lewis, dealer in flour aud Kraln; L. 8.
Thomas, bricklayer; Motes Phillips, con ra-tor
and builder; il. A. Chumliley, gpicer: Tbos.
Lewis, secretary and atlorney-at law ; . H.
Marean, Homaspatbtc physician; II Sa der, of
SaLder A Son. ifrocers; It. II Balrd. slree. supe
visor; Ed H. While, ass't s. c. u . .. o. M A 8r
elelT; J. W. Splr. lumtier anil .-u.ill; V. L.
cmlgon. barker: K- n piemen, cierx ,, ni l.
, f. iv. ik. M. K.hi m-r.u .iii tsiior: Jeff V.
Clark, dealer in wail-papur airl '.ad.,w shades: J.
B. Enullsri, contract. r ana duiiO'.t: WiilT.
burn, of Morse A Redburn. cisr t- auuracturers:
f. Vincent, dealer lu lime a a c, nent; L A.
Phelps, photographer; W.C Jocehn, 4entist; S.
H.Taber, mfg. jeweler; J. II. Uollnson..; p. and
notary public; J. 8. Peire. ih"'cian; H. w.
BostwicK, insursnre agent : K. K. Jarboe. fo-rung
Gas mains, snd E R. walbrKUe, lumber vn4
saw-owll, of Cairo; II. Leluhton. cashivr Na.
Bank. Stuart, Lwa; Kov F. A. in. rsou, P:vors-
org, Ky. ; J.W. Tarry, pliv,ic!an.Kiillnii. Ky.
R B. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
1LU501S OENTKAL H. K.
Tra. os Depart. Trains Arrtvs.
Mall 8:05 a.m. 1 1vall M :0S a.m.
Accobi i:-S a m. 'Kxpress... .11 lOa.m.
tEipres-.... 8 4- p.m. I 'Ac-urn : 1 5 p.m.
C. ST. L. N. O. B. R. (J ackbon r"Ute).
tVall ...:4Ss.m. ItMall 4:30p.m.
tBipress 10 3ia.m.l E'.press .. . 10:S0s.m.
lAceom s:o" p.m. i
ST. L. C R. H. (Airrow-unijrpi.
Express 8:00 a m. I Express . . .. 1 :1 s.m.
tl A Mail. . 10:.10a rn. Fx. Mall. .4:10 p n.
Aceom 12:'ftD.m. Accom ...2:00 p.m.
ST. L. I. M R. K.
tEipress 10:30 p.m. iKxpress tM p.m.
W., fT. L. P n It.
Mall A Ex..4 '0 s.m. I 'Mall A Ex.. 9.90p.m.
Accom 4:00 p.m. I -Arco n lo wa.m,
Freight. ....7:4J a.m. Freight 4 4S p.m.
Mi 'BILE m OHIO R. R.
Mali 5:Va.m. Mail 9:10p.m.
Daily except Surray. t Uallv.
1EBIVAL AND DKPARTUBE OF MAILS.
"Arr st I Dep're
P. O. ftn PO
I. C. K. R. (through lock mail), tt a. m. I
" ,.u: na m i ap. m.
" (way mall). 4 so p.m. I 9 p. m.
" (Southern Dlv f p m. 9p. m.
Iron Mountain It. R 2:8' p.m. ( p. m.
Wabash R K I" p. m I p. m.
Texas A St. Lnnis R. R T p. ml 8 a.m.
St. Louis A Cuo K. K 6 p. m. :tw am
Ohio River a P. m. 4 p. m.
Miss Itiver arrives Wed.. Hat. A Alon.
" departs Wed.. Fr;. nun.
P O. gen dol. op n from 7:S0am to 7:80 pm
P.O. box del. orcn from 6 s. m to9p m.
Sundays gee. de,. open from.... 8 a. m. to 10 a. m.
Sundsvs box del, open from. ...8 a. m. to 10:30am
CfF-riOl It Changes will na pu iiiHnea irom
time to time in city papers. Change your cards as
cordlngly. WM. M. MlfuPHY. P. M.
A Krw and oompiete Hotel, fronting o Leveo
Second and Railroad Streets. .
The Paitsneer Depot or the Chicago, St. Lonls
and ew Orleans: Illinois Centrsl; Wabash, Ht.
Louis and Pacific; Iron Mountain and Southern;
Mobile and Ohio; Cairo and St. Louis Hallways
re all Jnst across tbs street I while tbe Steamboat
Landing Is bat one square distant,
This Bntol is heated by steam, has steam
Laundry, Hydraulic Elevator, Kloctrlc Call Bells,
Automatic Flre-Alsrms, Baths, absolutely pure air,
perlecteewerage and tomplote appointments .
Bsperb furnishings ; perfect service; and an no
xeslles table. .
Li. P. PARKER ic CO.. JLrPanew