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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 18, 1883.
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o lady has the ri?ht to
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WIT AND HTJMQS.
Remarkably fine board -Sawdust.
The worse for wear A careless ser
vant. A cheeky circus man calls his trick
mule ' Impunity'" because be can do
almost anything with it.
A youne lawyer in this city, who has
a pir'l in Warren and one iu Corry, and
another in Meadeville, may be said to
be already conducting a Circuit Court.
Oil (Jit if Derrick.
"We have struck smoother road,
haven't we?-' asked a passenger of a
conductor ou an Arkansas railroad.
"No," replied the conductor, "we have
only run off the track." Ark. Traveller.
"My son," said old IVeccpt, "don't
take to writing jKjetry. When I was
vonnjr. like you, I was smitten with a
beautiful creature, and wrote her a
poem. I never saw her .again. Boston
It is stated that "Northern traveling
men are becoming nnmToii in the
South, and merchants are n-n-iving
many flattering attentions." Flutter
ing attentions is a real nn-e name for
invitations to drink. AWwj post.
A Buffalo man has 'one insane from
trying to realizo the "awfttlness of
Fp'aco?" It w:is probably the distance
between home and tin s.1'hii which
got most of his nickels that bo'hered
him the worst.
Samson, the strong party was the
first maa to advertise. He took two
solid columns to demonstrate his
strength, and several thousand persons
'tumbled'1 to his scheme. And he
brought down the house. Pi'J-brg
A French Marquis w as riding out one
day, when he passed an old priest trot
ting along contentedly on a quiet don
kev. "Ha! ha!" exclaimed the mar
quis, "how goeth the ass, good father?"
"On horseback, my son. on horseback!"'
replied the priest.
"I hev allers noticed," observes Aunt
Tabetha, "that the boy who lets his
mother bring in all the kindlin' wood
and build the kitchen fire, is the
mourner who hellers loudest at her fu
neral." And then she added th-".tght-fully,
"M bb" as not it is because he
misses her tbe most."
A couple of pickpockets followed a
gentleman for some blocks, with a view
of avMling themselves oi trie nrsi op-
loruynty to relieve h;m of rus purse.
le sud'teniy turned into a lawyer fl oi-
tice. " hat shah we do now? asked
one. "Wait for the lawyer," said the
Out in Manitoba a couple of leading
citizens had a race on foot about which
there was considerable betting and ex
citement. The local paper, in its head
ing, "A Foot Race," got in an "P in
stead of a "t." This did nof suit the
competitors to a"U" Such an insinu
ation was not "1 -egant.
A certain voting man went to call on
a young lady Chipley, and seeing her
cross the hall in a Mother Hubbard he
supposed by her appearance that he
had called too early, anil sat down out
side and waited patiently until his rival
came and was smilingly received. He
says it is hard, if it is fair. Atlanta
A certain countrv clenrvman used to
tell a good fctory of his going to a new
pansu ana asking a pansiiiouer, wuai
bis occupation was. "I am the village
rat-catcher," the man replied, "and
what are you?" The clergyman an
swered that he was the village parson,
whereupon the rat-catcher was good
enough to observe that he supposed
"we must all get a living somehow."
Pall Mall Gazette.
The human body weighs about a
pound in the water, and a small piece
of board or a box will keep a person
afloat by merely placing a finger upon
it. If women would use shavings for
dress and corset linings it would be al
most impossible for them to drown,
while men w ho cannot swim could es
cape death by simply carrying a few
old wooden pill boxes in their coat-tail
pockets. Lonergaris Levity.
There is a sound reason why there
are bones in our meat and stones in our
land. A world where everything was
easy would be a nursery for babies,
but not at all a tit place for men. Cel
ery is not sweet until it has felt a frost,
and men do not come to their perfec
tion till disappointment ban dropped a
half hundred weight or two on their
toes. Who would know good horses if
there were no heavy loads?
"Oh. yes," said the eldest Miss. Cul
ture at table d'hote the other evening,
"I breakfasted yesterday with Mrs.
Brainweight, and we enjoyed a deli
cious repast excellent coffee, superior
bread, and piscatorial globes done ad
mirably." "What?" asked her friend.
"Piscatorial globes," repeated the Bos
ton maiden. "And what under the sun
are they?" "I believe," said Miss Cul
ture, drawing herself up stiffly, "I be
lieve uncultured people call them fish
Not long since a daughter of the Em
erald isle entered one of our banking
institutions for the purposn of deposit
ing some money. "How old are you?"
said the receiving teller.. "I don't
know, soit," wbs the reply. "Well,
how old do you think you are?" "De'il
the one of mo knows.'' "Well, you are
somewhere Ivtween 20 and 80, ain't
you?" ' Yes, sorr." There was a
general titter at this response, in which
even the dignified bank president
"I see yon aro growing a mustache,
George," said she bs she caressed the
luppel of his coat "Ye-es," he Ham
mered, blushing furiously, "I am try
ing to cultivate one, Arabella." "Don't
it feel funnv on your lip," she asked.
( "Well, no,1' ho laughed regaining bis
composure1, "it seems to be quite natu
ral. "I wonder how a mustache would
feel on my lip," sho taid with a far
away, absent look in her eyes. "You
needn't wonder long then,"said George
as he bent down. "Oh, you forward
thing!" she exclaimed: "I've a good
mind to make you take that back
again." And be did.
The Philadelphia youth is growing
more and more precocious. An up
town Gram mar-School boy becaino so
obstreperous yesterday that his teacher
new in her vocation, young and pretty,
determined to try the plan of keeping
him in. After school she sat with grim
determination until it became dark,
and then she let him depart. What was
her astonishment at the gate to find the
youth awaiting her! lie greeted her
with: "It's too dark for a young ladv
to be out alone on the streets. Wifl
you allow me to see you home?' Phil'
Oil City Blizzard: We are happy.
The porter of the parlor car has been
crushed. "Begyo' pawdon, sah," he
remarked, with impressive grandeur,
to one of the occupants of his car,
"Dat was a trade dollah yo' handed me
a minute ago." "Ah, waa it?" replied
the pleh, as he took it from the out
stretched hand and examined it.
"Take this for vour honesty, my
friend," ami pocketing the dollar
the traveller handed the astounded po
tentate of the road a lead nickel. The
insensiblo body of the porter was left
at the next station, and, after physi
cians had worked at him for two hours,
he recovered sufficiently to murmur in
coherently: "It wasn't de mouev what
pah'lized me, lo.ss, but he called me
mv fren!'. Boss, dat tuk me down
Murphy heard cows in his orchard
the other night, and slipping out the
hack way, appeared suddenly near the
front steps and veiled: "He'-ah, Tije!
He-ah, Tige! He-ah!'' Just then a fig
ure rushed past, cleared two fences and
vanished in the gloom. "Take 'im!
take 'im," screamed the old man; but
his daughter Mirandy, who had unac
countably appeared on the scene, se
cured the dog by the collar and refused
to let go. "What ye doin'?" yelled
the old man, "don't you know them
cows has been in here three or four
times?" 'Oh, pa!" was the answer,
"but this was only a ca'.f." The old
man was pacified, but Adolphus, w'ho
was standing out in the road awaiting
developments, wasn't, and Mirandy
will never understand the coldness that
has sprung up between them.
Good-By Rosy Cheek? Plump Tonus No
Longer Considered Fashionable,
"Just take a look at that lady com
ing out of the drug-store," .-aid a well
known physician to a reporter, at the
same time attracting his attention to a
beautiail young girl of 21, or there
abouts as plump and rosy cheeked as
only a proper mode of living could
make her. She w as the very picture of
health, her proportions were symmetri
cal from head to foot, and from a
glance the reporter judged that she
weighed about 150 pounds. She car
ried a small package in her hand, and
as she disappeared from view, the phy
sician continuiug, said: "That girl is
as pretty and handsome as any in town,
her parents are anion the wealthiest,
II her wishes are luinileu, sne wants
for nothing, and still she is as miserable
and unhappy as the poorest woman in
rome love affair, of course, saiu
i ar from it, replied the ai. v. "."sue
is en23red and about to become the
wife of the man of her choice; but the
fact of her being a slave to fashion ren
ders her unhappy."
"lou don t mean to sav, said the
doctor, "that you haven't heard of the.
latest lank and lean craze now existing
among fashionable ladies? No? Well,
then I'll tell you. A great number of
the fair sex nowadays, those who are
a finely proportioned .as the young
ady I liist pointed out to vou, and with
the flush of health upon their cheeks,
consider themselves out of fashion, for
to be fashionable nowadays one must
wear a "lean and hungry look, look
pale and interesting. Those approach
ing a reasonable amount of avordupois
or the possessors of rosy cheeks are
looked upon as being vulgar and not
entitled to the honor and distinction of
moving in the fashionable world. But
to return to the young lady who has
ist left the drug store, iou must nave
noticed the package which she carried
in her hand; that was nothing more or
less than a vile compound of drugs, put
up for the purpose of reducing a Tier-
son's weight, at the same time under
mining the health of the brainless idiots
foolish enough to take it. The lady
called at my office last week and blamf
ly asked mo what course she should
pursue and what means she should em
ploy to reduce her weight and remove
the color of roses from her cheeks. I
had a serious conversation with her,
vainly endeavoring to dissuade her
from the foolish course she was about
to pursue; but it was of no avail and
she left my office highly inuignant, and
said she would never consult me again.
I then called upon the young lady s fa
ther, who tried to talk seriously to his
daughter, but I have since learned that
she consulted other physicians who
gave her the necessary prescrition. 1
know of some ladies in this city, mar
ried and single, who don t stop at any
thing. Eating arsenic is an old failing
among the fair sex, but it has lately
been revived at a fearful rate, for to
gain their ends it is not only necessary
to be thin, but pale. How long such a
craze lasts there is no telling; it may
continue a season or two, and then the
wrecks resulting therefrom will en
deavor to build themselves up again,
but uine-teuths of them will b hope
lessly lost and good .candidates for the
grave. I tell you, sir, it is wonderful
to contemplate the sufferings some wo
men are willing to undergo for the sake
of being fashionable I know that you
are inclined to doubt my assertions, but
some day, when you havo the time to
pure, take a wain around the drug
stores and physicians' offices and you
will find that I have told you the truth
without the least bit of exaggeration.
A Columbia, Neb., paper records the
ale of a five-year-old child by its fath
er for $20. The boy wept bitterly while
being led away by his purchaser, who
took him to tils farm in the interior.
A Feathered Shepherd.
In South America there is a very
beautiful bird called the agaml, or the'
goldeu-breasted trumpeter. It is about
as large in the body as one of our
common barn-yard fowl, but as it has
longer legs and a longer neck it seems
much larger. Its general color Is
black, but the plumage on the breast
is beautiful beyond description, being
what might be called iridescent, chang
ing, as it continually does from a
steel-bluo to a red-gold, and glittering
with a metallic luster.
In its wild state the ngami is not
peculiar for anything but its beauty, its
extraordinary cry, which has given it
the name of trumpeter, and for an odd
habit of leaping with comical antics
into the air, apparently for its own
amusement. When tamed, however,
and it soon learns to abandon its
wild ways, it usually conceives a
violent attachment for its master, and,
though very jeahjus of his affection,
endeavors to please him by a solicitude
for the well-being of all that belongs to
him, which may fairly be termed benev
olence. It is never shut up at night as the
other fowl are, but, with a well-deserved
liberty is permitted to take up its
quarters where it pleases. In the niorn
ing, it drives the ducks to the water
and the chickens to their feeding
ground; and if any should presume to
wander, they are quickly brought to a
sense of duty by a sharp reminder from
the strong beak of thervigilant agami.
At night; the faithful guardian drives its
charge home again.
Sometimes it is given the care of a
flock of sheep; and, though it may
seem too puny for such a task, it is in
fact quite equal to it- The misguided
sheep that tries to trifle with the agami
soon has cause to repent the experi
ment; for, with a swiftness unrivaled
by any dog, the feathered shepherd
darts "after the runaway, and with
wings and beak drives It back to its
place, not forgetting to impress upon
the offender a sense of its error by pecks
with its beak.
Should a dog think to take advantage
of the seemingly unguarded condition
of the sheep and approach them with
evil design, the agami makes no hesi
tation about rushing at him and giving
combat And it must be a good dog
that will overcome the brave bird.
Indeed, most dogs are so awed by the
tierce onset of the agami, accompanied
by its strange cries, that they escape
unwounded from the indignant crea
At meal-times it walks into the house
and takes its position near its .master,
seeming to ask for his caresses. It
will not permit the presence of any
other pet in tho room, and even resents
the intrusion of any servants not be
longing there, driving out all others
before" it will be contented. Like a
well-bred dog, it does not clamor for
food, but waits with dignity until its
wants have been satisfied. St. Sick
o'as. Th& Slavio M
In his reminiscences of "Tourgueneff
in Paris." in the November Century,
Ihudet says: "When we had
finished with the iMWiks and the preoc
cupations of the day, our talk took a
wider seope: we came buck to those
themes those ideas which are always
w ith us; we spoke of love, of death,
particularly ol death.
"Every one said his word. Tho
Russian, on his divan, was silent.
"'And you, Tourgueneff.'''
"Oh, me? I don't think of death.
In my country, no one has it as an
image in his mind; it remains distant,
covered the Mavic mist.'
That word spoke volumes on tho
nature of his race and of his own
renins. The Slavic mist floats over all
His work, blurs its edges, makes it
waver; and his conversation as well
was suffused with it. What he said
always began with difficulty, with un
certainty; then suddenly, "the cloud
was dissipated, pierced by a shaft of
light, by a decisive word, lie talked
to us of Russia not of the Russia of
Napoleon's winter, icy, historic, and
conventional, but of a Russia, of sum-"
mer-time, and of wheat and flowers
that have nestled out of tho snow-flurries
Little Russia, a land of bursting
herbage and of the hum of bees. Ac
cordingly, as we must always locate
somew here the stories that are told us,
Russian life has appeared to me through
Tourgueneff as a manorial existence
on an Algerian estate surrounded with
"Tourgueneff lifted the veil which
covered this queer, quaint, stupefied
people. Hu spoke to us of its deep
alcoholism, of its benumbed, inactive
conscience, of its ignorance of lib
erty!" A Coon and a Cat.
A family in DeSoto, III., has a pet
coon which was caught before its eyes
were yet opened to the light of day.
An old cat took charge of and cared
for it as if tho animal were one of its
own little ones. Now the coon takes
care of itself, although tho cat continues
to feed it with mouse and rat dainties.
The children in the house have taught
the coon any 'number of little tricks,
such as begging for a biscuit, and put
ting its paws about one's neck. Her
couch at night is on the dining-room
lounge, and she shares that with tho
dog, who allows none , of its kind to
approach or annoy her, and is almost
ss fond of her as the cat.
Monday Evening, Dec. 17, 1883, .
Tho "cold snap" continues and people
are hopeful that it will last until after the
holidays. The cold is seasonable agreeable
and pleasant, the mercury at no time going
below seventeen above Z'iro. The rivers con
tinue to decline slowly but with plenty of
water to all points.
The market is easy and quiet, and holds
about as it has done in a mosotonour sort
of way for the last few months,
FLOUR Tbe movement at the close of
last week was larger than for some time,
but the market hu fallen back again into
the old ruts of easy dullness.
HAY Receipts are liberal. Market full
and demand light.
CORN Tbe market is folly supplied
and easy. ' The demand ii light.
OATS Firm, with demand and supply
equal, both being moderate.
MEAL Quiet and unchanged.
BRAN Scarce and firm.
BUTTER Good demand for strictly
choice and selected stocks. Common is
plenty and dull.
EGGS The market is easier but the
dfmand continues fair.
CHICKENS Live are overstocked and
dull. Dressed find ready isle. ,
TURKEYS Scarce and in activs re
quest. APPLE3-Only choice is wanted, for
these there is a good demad.
POTATOES Choice Peach Blows are in
rtquest. Early Rose are neglectsd.
ONIONS Dull and plenty.
Salon and Quotations.
NOT!. The prices Bare given art for tales from
ret hands In round lots. Aa advance Is
leberred for broken lottin Blltaiordara. .
mobbla extra fancy
100 bbls variona grades.
600 tbls family ..
....... 3 BOOfttO
lOObbla cho ce
boo bbli low fancy.....
i cars gilt edge small bale
6 care rholca Timothy large balee-
I car red top mixed
tear good ptime , ...
4 cars new mixed In bull..
& cars new white In balk
tear new white In tacks
Scars choice in balk
i cars mixed la balk
6 car choice In balk
No. I Red, per bn ...
No. I Medlteranean.
300 bbls Citron orders !l 902185
In tacks .. Tl
400 pounds choice Northern packed toStl
30 poandi choice Northern dairy tt&j)
ton pounds Southern lilt fm IS
MS pounds creamery ttO.1
10.0 pounds choice roll SO
M) doaen ...
6 coops bens ....
10 coops mixed....
.1 S0O8 00
. fr&S M
Qnaila per dot
Wild tnrkeys per dosen.
Wild docks per dosen
.t ooae oo
Per bbl choice Ben Darts....
" ' Home Beauty.
a ssfts to
x. ...4 M(sV4 WU
ja mmn m
eee a eaeaee
j Potatoe per bnsh Peach Blow.
! Potatoes per bash Early Rose..
roiaioes per doi....-.-
According to slie.,
8. C. Hams M
Harri ... none
Hides - nene
St. Johns f! 1'
Ohio River 1 Si
Stt , bnshel burlaps
S bnshel - " ...
DR1KI) PRC IT.
Peaches. halvesand uoartera . ttiU
Choice new I 0OAI
riholca medium 6
Choice, factory 0
10 to 88
10 to 46
Red Fox i,n.1!?!
ten,! rt.t 10 to 8'
Beayrr per pound ,10 teS 50
1 00 to B 00
Dry Flint choice
Bheep Pelte,dry .
Bbeep Pelt, irreen
Datiiafed Hides -
' TOBACCO. '
St 7 MM Of
4 Boft B 0T
.... 4 75a HOT
1 Bed t K
T Boa S '0
RAT It 8 OF FRBIOHT.
Grate i Hay Flour V Port
TJcwt. ' njewt. bbt)bM.
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Kllnestim. Miss S?Vf U , . ,.48' 67X
Vleksiiurg, rrentsse House sh per; cwu'siinsr
All other war points below Memphis' toUesr Or.
leans, me rates as to t'lnsston.
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St. Louis and Chicago.
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Connecting at Odin and hmngham for Cincin
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rrlvlte in Ht. Louis 8:tHj. m., and connecting
for a. I poitits Wen.
'i 45 p.m. Fat Kxpreaa.
for St. Louis and Chicairo, arriving at HU Leult
to i; p.m., ana t. Dingo ,: a in
3:-45 p.m. Cincinnati KxprMS.
irrlvini; at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m. Loatsnlle 8:58
am.; Indianapolis 4:06 a.m. Paanenirers by
this train reacu the above points 1U to 3(3
rJol'Kb in advance ol any other route.
EwTbeS:50 n. m. eiDreea haa PtII.I.yAM
il.KEPlNGCAK Cairo to ClnclnnaU, without
Pangea, aud through sleepers to St. Louis end
FaHt Time KasU
PjiawPlliroisi ,hi llne goibroagb to Bask
l a.T.CLI iCi 3 urn nolnl wilhnnt rf.u.
anted by Hnnda intervening. The KitnnUv irto,.
loon train from Cairo arrivea in new York Monday
auruiug ii ininy-six noors in aavenceol
at other route.
l3rKor through tickets aud further Information.
tppiy at UUnole Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
n. jusKB,Ttett Agent,
A. FJ. HANSON. Geo. Pass. Agent. Chleafw
K R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
Tra ns Depart. Trains Arrive
c. ST. L a N. 0. 11. it. ( Jackson routel.
tJJail 4:45a.m. I VU11 t-Htn a.
tExprer luSia.m.l Ktpress ... 10:s.m
i ArO'W. ...... t wo. m.
ST. L. C. n. . (Narrow-tfuuieL
Eipr ft . 8:00 a m. I Kxprtts 1 :15 a m
hi A Mail .. 10:10 a m. Ex. Mall. .4 mo
Aicoin.. U:ip.m. I Accom .x.-llb p.aa
ST. L. J. M. K. K
tFxpreee 10:30p.m. tExprers.-..S:U0 p.m.
W ST. L. S P. R. R.
Hall A Ex 4:0a.m. I 'Mall A Ex.. S SOp.m.
'Accom 4:00 p.m. I Accom .....IO:a.m.
Freight .1:4i a.m. Freight 8 4) p.m.
MOBILE OHIO R. R.
Mail . 5:a.m. I Mall .10 D.m.
Dally except hunger, t Dallv.
DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
Arr at I Dep're
I. C. R. R.(rr.rotith lor a mail). 5 a. m
..11:10am Sp. a.
" (war mailt-.. 4 SOp.m. 9p. m.
" (Southern Dlv p. m. 9p aa.
Iron Mountain H. H Sp.m. Bp.ja.
Wabash ii. K... 10 n. m. 8 . m.
Texaa A 8t. Louis K. R T p. m.4s m.
8:. Lonls t C Iro K. K 5 p. m. :S0 am
Ohio River i p. m.4p. m.
Mlaa hlver arrivea Wed . Sat A Mon.
" departs Wed..Kri. A Son.
P O. sen del. op a froni. 7:jjGem to 7:30 pat
P.O. box del . o from 6a.m. toll), aa.
Sundays free . del. open from.. ..8a. m. to 10 a. m.
Sunilns box del. open from.... B a. m. to 10:30 a at
44-SOTE -Change will be pulliehed front
time to time In cltr otprrs Change vour cerde ac
cordingly. VM. U. MUKrilT. P. M.
or Hi IAL UUU'lliHi,
ayor Thotna. W. Ha:i:tar.
rreasurer Cliarles F. NellH.
Clerk Dmnis. J. l-Viejr.
Counselor Wm. B. (illhert.
ll arena! L. B. Mryera.
Mtnrnev William Hendricks.
Police Magistrate A. Comings.
boa an or aldsrhbii .
firt Wtrd-Wm.McHale, Harry Walker,
sjei ond Ward-Jeae llinkie.C. N. Hughes.
Third Ward-B. F. Blake, Cgi ert Smith.
Fourth Ward-Charles O. Patler, Adoipb Swev
" fth Ward Ct as. I.nncaaler. Henry Stout.
Circuit J odge U. J. Halter.
Circuit Clerk-A. 11. Irvln.
Connty Judge J. U. Robinson.
County Clerk S.J. lluuim.
County Treasurer M lite W. Parker,
Sheriff John Hodttea.
Coroner R. Piugerald
County ComraiMlonre T. W. nllidiy, J. H
Mnleahev and Peter Maud
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