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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING JANUARY 4, 1884.
The Doctor Mistake.
One of the old mistakes of the
profession was to think that there
were no other ways of curing" dis
ease except those which had been ,
handed down from former times.
It is not to be denied that the
Doctors have done great things
for the world. But when it comes
right down to the real curing oi
disease, it must be admitted that
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ough toearn thegenerous gratitude
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including the medical profession.
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feeble, and new life to the dyspep
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the Sake of
"Shoppinz." said an exnurieneod
flimr-walkfir, "is to a cormidurablo ex
tnt a habit, and 1 know many in
stances in which it has grown into a
passion. The remnrk is alien made
that women come into two large gen
eral stores and compel our salenwomen
to snow them whole lines of sroods out
of pure wantonness. I do not think that
such is generally the case. The pur
chasers are seized with the buying
mania, that is all; and if thoy happen
to be out of ready money they feel
obliged to make-bolieve buy. I know
tiione customers tolerably well, and
can pick them out if 1 can only get a
sigtit or tnem in the doorway. Ihey
will enter sort of cast down, butbright-
en right up as soon as they get their
eyes on the goods. The sight seems to
act on them somewhat as a cocktail op
erates on a man it's a regular morn
ing stimulus. Women haven t the head
to stand against a genuine mark-down,
and if they can't buy themselves they
are bound to see other people buy.
'A man whose wife deals pretty
largely here told me last summer that
she had bought seventeen dress pat
terns in two months, and had only bad
three of them made up. He said the
habit ran in his wife's family. Her.
sister, it seems, had about two dozen
Jiuir of new shoes of all kinds on hand
ast winter, and only stopped buying
wuen uer nusband told her a yarn
about a woman being sent to a private
asylum for doing such things. A dozen
pair is not very strong, but two dozen
beats even Napoleon HI., who had
twenty pair of boots when he was trap
ped at Sedan.
'o, 1 do not think the buying
mania is stronger than kleptomania,
but it is quite as strong, and, in my
opinion, a great deal more genuine.
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vases ui uuo s.icjjujmauia bio mic.
'Is not kleptomania a result of what
you call the buying mania?" asked the
"INot by any means, lhe two cases
are entirely different lhe cnronlo
shopper has the habit of buying, that's
all; 1 nave seldom Known one to steal
anything. The true kleptomaniacs,
however, act from an irresistible im
pulse, which only breaks out occasion
ally, mere are bogus Kleptomaniacs
'magpies, we call them who tuck
away anything they can lay nanas on,
but they are nothing, more than
thieves. People exaggerate somewhat
as to the number of shoplifters detected
in stores; we watch people closoly now
adays. 'The worst cases among those who
have the buying mania well developed
are the specialists. A woman used to
come in here who would buy six dozen
handkerchiefs at once, sdh pven rppt
the act the following day. I under
stand that she is an excellent lad v, who
is greatly beloved by her husband. He
ouie sold tweive gross ot handker
chiefs purchased by her at auction, and
his wife did not miss them. It is lucky
that he is a very wealthy man. As for
the stocking rage, they all have it.
Gloves ued to be the great articles for
a run, but stockings of all varieties are
now the craze. This has been the case
for a long timo, but this year it is
stronger than ever. I do not think the
average woman is ever so entirely hap
py as when eue is ottyiniuose articles,
lhe trade runs in streaks on stockings;
when we marked down those lisle
thread, silk-nnished stockings from 80
to 4o cents this house wasstormed. We
had about 900 varieties of those goods,
varying from 20 cents to S.50 a pair.
Them is a grade at $12, but we sell
few at that price. The atfection for
stockings is very general among wo
men. The rich buy three or four dozen
of a half-dozen varieties, but I have
known plenty of women who were
hardly able to buy anything at all to
pay 75 cents or $1 for a single pair of
stockings. I would be willing to make
a email bet that if a woman felt her
habitual call to shop, and had but one
dollar, she would pass that amount in
at the stocking counter.
"Some ladies take very strongly to
white goods and keep an immoderate
quantity on hand, but it is not a very
expensive taste, lnose, however, who
indulge in a multitude of hats, as some
I of them do, have to pay heavily for
their fancies. You would not think a
ilr7nn h.nts a omull nnmlnir to huv in a
single season. Well, I have known
women to purcnaso thirty in tuat time.
All the women who have the buying
habit indulge in some leading article.
It is i nly when they canuot afford that
particular thing that they take to the
thread and needle business.
"Which are the most extravagant?
The lace-buyers, by all odds. If you
could contrive to look over some of the
collection of laces iu private hands you
would be surprised, Tbero are women
in New York who have laces to a larger
amount than the average dealer is aulo
to koep in stock. Funs also aroarago.
I know a lady who has forty fans, hut
somehow she doesn't manage to keep
herself cool with them."
Murat Halstoad draws the following
pen-sketch of John Swinton: "If one
could imagine Horace Greolpy with
black eyes, and a countenance varying
in a second between expressions of
sparkling levity and fanatical serious
iioss, with a worldly air of knowing too
much to be of any use, ho would liave
a vision of the eloquent radical who
generally tempera the devilment of his
doctrines so as to do but little practical
mischief, and who has the happy dis
tinction of being always faithful to the
work for which he assumes responsi
bility." Somebody told President Arthur that
George Bliss had said that young Allan
Arthur was a little wild and should be
looked after. Mr. Arthur said, with
some impatience: "Giorge Bliss had
better mind his own business. He
and you and I were all boys our
selves, nnd you cannot make an
old man out of a boy." t ,
Worsting Henry Watteiuou.
In one of the boxes at Macauley'a
Theater the other night sat Henry Pat
terson and his wife and daughter. Mr.
Watterson is a man of distinguished
ability, and as the editor of The Court-tr-Journal
is widely kuown beyond the
border of his state and section. Phys
ically he is not attractive, his legs are
short and his body long and fat; he has
a large head, one leaping, restless
light-blue eye, light-brown hair that
grows in the greatest profusion all
over his bead, and which, in front, falls
over a massive forehead, which is the
most attractive feature of the man.
Mr. Wattcrson's success as an editor is
due to great natural ability, and to a
style based on and growing out of a
profound knowledge of English litera
ture, acquired by years of careful study
and exhaustive reading. Mr. Watter
son is also a very tine linguist, and so
fine are his ear and touch in respect to
music that he has been called "a blonde
edition of Blind Tom." He has no po
litical opponents here worthy of his
steel In former days Mr. Kelly, then
as now editor of The Louisville Com
mercial, used to cross blades with him
occasionally, but only once did Kelly
come off with his colors flying. It hap
pened in this way: For some days
Watterson and Kelly had been hammer
ing away, discussing some political
question, which finally lost its political
and assumed a personal aspect. In re
ply to a sharp criticism of Kelly, Wat
terson intimated that if it were not for
his scarcity of eyesight he would like
to take a shot at Mr. Kelly, but that
this was an insuperable obstacle, as ho
felt confident that he could not hit a
barn-door, much less Mr. Kelly. Kelly
retorted by saying that Mr. Watterson
had on several occasions invited him to
have a shot, but always hastened to
add that he could not see, and that,
although he might be placed most ad
vantageously and furnished with a
crack pistol, still he felt that he could
not hit anything.
"Now, said Mr. Kelly, "I do not
know what to do with Mr. Watterson.
He wants to fight, and yet he can not
fight on account of physical disabili
ties. I desire to state that I will not
fight Mr. Watterson, but some evening
after the theater, if Mr. Watterson will
kindly remain in his sanctum, I will
drop in and spank him and thus settle
all old scores."
This put the laugh on Mr. Watterson
and ended the discussion for the time.
Louisville Cor. Milwaukee Sentinel,
Novel Use of Greenbacks.
"What becomes of all the greenbacks
and bank-notes after they have served
their few years of usefulness?" is a
frequent query. A bank-note has its
life just the same as all other things
useful. What an interesting story the
travels of a greenback from the mo
ment it leaves the press until it returns
to the macerating machine would
make! The average life of a bank-notes
is about three years, perhaps a little
longer. Alter serving its purpose as
currency it is metamorphosed into
rabbits, birds and other figures. The
process of the destruction of the notes
is an interesting one.
The readers will often see in the
daily papers a paragraph something
like this: "National bank notes re
ceived for redemption to-day, foOO,
000." The next day those notes are
carried to the Bureau of Engraving
and Printing and placed in a machine
containing immense knives, which chop
the notes into fragments. The opera
tion is conducted under the supervision
of three oflicers of the Treasury De
partment, epecially detailed for this
business. No one is allowed to bo
present at this daily maceration of the
notes except the omcials and the men
who run the machine. They are com
pelled to rcmaiu in the room until
each separate note is destroyed. They
must account in detail afterwards to
the Redemption Bureau for each note;
and should one become lost or mislaid,
and afterwards find its way into cir
culation, the result would bo the im
mediate discharge of the three gentle
men who daily have iu their custody
from $500,000 to f 2.000,000 or $8,000,-
000 of notes and bonds. The shreds
are reduced to pulp, and then by a
patented process this mass is molded
into figures of birds and animals and
sold as menentoes to visitors. Often
it will happen that one little object
will be composed of what onco was
flUO.OOO.UOO worth of money. hart-
A Last Resort.
"My dear boy," said young Snierk
in3 the banker's clerk, to a fellow
dude, whom he met on Kearney street
the other day: "my dear boy, are you
aware that you have some dirt in your
face, right under your ear? Jest let
me wipe it off."
"Don't do it," hastily objected the
other; "it isn't dirt it s burnt cork."
"New remedy for pimples, eh?"
"Oh, no; not that you know. I'll ex
plain: I suppose you noticed that all
the alleged society girls are getting
mashed on nigger minstrels."
"It's a disgusting fact," sighed
Smerkins. "You can run against forty
of them tramping up and down Bush
street any day."
"Exactly; and it's actually gotten so
of late that unless a follow s a bar
keeper, or what they call a 'hamfatter,'
he doesn't stands any chance at all.
So you see, as I've niako up my mind
to catch on, or die in the attempt, I
just put a little burnt cork tinder my
ear every morning, just as though I
was some end man who had failed to
wash oft' well. Big seheme, 1 can tell
you. Ta! ta!"
And the sailer under the black flag
walked off, to join a Van Ness avenue
conquest who was pretending to be
waiting for a car on the corner.
Thobsdat Etekino, Jan. 3, 1884.
The weather is cold with proapeot of
rowinjr colder. The cold wave struck ua
New Yean night lending the mercury
almost down to zero and closing, the river
at and balow St, Louii.
The market continue doll and quiet with
full itocki and light lalea. . :
FLOUR No buyers are in the market,
stocks are full and no demand. Receipts
HAY Overstocked ; no buyers and no
CORN The market is steady with the
light demand and stocks accumulating.
OATS Receipts re light and the de-
mand small. Prices hold firm.
MEAL Dull, demand very light.
BRAN Steady at quotations
BUTTER Choice is in active request.
EGGS Sales are light ss most of stocks
are held for higher prices.
CHICKENS Dead dull. No demand
for anything but choice dressed in good
condition and not much of that.
TURKEYS Scarce and in good request.
APPLES -Firm and unchanged.
POTATOES Essy and unchanged.
Sales and Q.uotaUonH.
MOTE. The prtr.es nere siren are for sales frum
first hands In round lots. An advance ii
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Fitra fancr ...
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Family ..m.m.. -..mm..
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t cars mixed In balk
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1 car choice in bnlk . .,
2 cars mixed In bulk 34
No. SKed, per bn
No. 1 Medlieranean.
800 bbli Cltr on
crderi S Wit 40
400ponnfla choice Northern packed.
bihi pounds cnoice Nortnera dairy.
lion nnnnria Wnnthi.m lllarnll.... IB.'
400 pounds creamery K-T
Donnda choice roll 20
too ponnda Southern Illinois .. 8J10
8 coops mixed and hens
.1 602 on
Oaails per dos
Kabblts per doxen.
Wild docks per doxen e4M
Per bhl choice Ben Davis .......
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HMSS 3 75
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Potatoes per bnsh Peach Blow.
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Apples, bright - Stf'
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Choice medium 66
Choice, factory JO
Cream . - 15
Coon 10 to 65
Wink m - 10 to 45
Bed Fox 10
WlldCat 10 to 5 )
Beaver Der Dound ... B0 to S 50
Otter TO to 6 ) 0
Opossum 8 to IB
Bear - 1 00 to B 00
Dry Flint choice.
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Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affec
tions, Old Sores tad Ulcers, Impediments to
Man-in (re, Rheumatism, Files. Special
attention to cases from over-worked brain.
SUB0ICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, EioesseSf
Indulgeacas or Eiposurss.
It is self-evident that a physician paying
particular attention to a class of cases attains
ureat skill, and phvslclaus In reirulsr practice
all over the country knowing this, freo.uen.ly
recommend cases to the oldest clhce In America,
where every known appliance Is resorted to.
and the proved (rood reiuedie or all
tgei .id countries ate used. A whole House I'
used fir office purposes, and sll are treated with
skill iu a respectful maimer; and, knowlug
count of the great number applying, the
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ONE OF TIIE BEST PIISICIAN9.
I have been using Swift' SperlBc in my practice
for quito a long tinvi, and I rui;ard it the best com
bination as a biood purifier and tonic. It Is entire
ly veg"tl)le. being composed of t ie ex ractsof
roots which grow In tnie section of Georgia. I am
fami lar with itshistorv from the time the formal
was ebtalned from tne Indians). It is a certain and
safe remedy lor all kinds of bl "d poison and skin
bumi r, and In the butidri ds of case tn which I
have used lt and seen It used, thuru lias never bees
a failure to cure. I have cured biood taint In
TH TUUID OUDIBsTIO.V
with It, after I had most Dually failed bv the most
app oved methods of the treatment with mercury
and iodide of potassium. Th se cases hava been
cured over fifteen year, aiii, aud have never bad
any return or the disease in themselves or in thoir
FHED A. IOoME;. M.D.
Perry, lioosion Co., Oa.
"Itia the best t iling remedy tn my store, and
all classes of people buy it It has become a house
bold remedy with many of our best citizens "
WALT E K A. TAYLOR,
"I sell Swift's Speclflcofton a gross in ten days
at retail and to all classes. Home of Atlanta's
best people use lt regularly as atonic and alte stive.
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