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THE DALLY CAIRO BULLETIN; SATURDAY MORN1NU, JANUARY 10, 1884.
ft Id ) our I-ifo worth a Dollar?
Perhaps that seems a nigh price
. for it, considering how poor your
blood is, and how your whole sys
tem is prostrated, debilitated, and
enfeebled. People have been heard
to say, under such circumstances,
that they would not give the toss
of a copper for the choice between
life and death. Hut when it comes
to actually drawing near the grave,
a man naturally draws back, and
says he does not want to die. Life
is very precious, and even to a bro-t
ken-down man it is w orth saving,
One dollar will buy a bottle of
Brcu-ns Iron Bitters, That one
dollar may start you on the road
from misery to recovery. A man
must take a very mean view of
himself who is not willing to invest
that much in making one serious
etfort to rescue himself from deadly
debilitv, and to step into the en
joyment of solid health. Brown's
Iron Bitters vitalizes. the blood,
tones the nerves, and rebuilds the
system. Its work is well known.
Invest that dollar in a bottle. 8
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The aeccssity for prompt aud efficient household
ren.edies U iailv growin more imperative iiid
of these Hosteler's Stomach Bitters Is the chief
In merit tad the most popular. Irregularity of
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complaint, debility, rheumatism aud minor ail
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and it is Justly regarded as the purest aud most
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Leucerrbou. Chronic Icflamaieiiun or Clceration
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end tneaure of waist and slM of shoe Remit
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Tbe Magnetic Garment are adapted to all ages,
are worn over the underclothing (0'it next to the
body like the many (ialvmlc and Electric Ham
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Rummelsberg, Germaur, handles '20,-
000,000 geese yearly.
Senator Conkling carries an unlight-
ed cigar in his mouth, preferring a
"dry smoke" to the other kind
There is talk of bringing James Rus-
sel Lowell home and working bim, as
a foreigner, on a lecture tour.
Over 2,000,000 sheep are within the
borders of Bernadillo County, New
A Georgia train cut off the heels of a
drunken man's boots and left him un
harmed. Seven of the largest English trades
unions hare spent In six years $10,000,
000 for the defense, support and relief
of men out of work.
Governor Murray, of Utah, estimates
that of the 150,000 people in that terri
tory, ,110,000 are Mormons. He be
lieves that there is now danger of what
will be virtually a polygamic empire in
the far West
The rise and fall of the great lakes is
something soientitu men will some day
have to investigate and and out about.
Old settlers on Grand Traverse Bay say
that tbe water slowly rises for seven
years and then recedes for the same
length of time.
Between East and West Pearl Rivers,
on tho borders of Louisiana and Miss
issippi is a territory called Honey Is
land, with 800 inhabitants, located in
numerous small towns, who claim that
they are on neutral ground and belong
to no state.
The natives of Madagascar have taken
eleverlv to the manufacture of firearms.
They have accurately imitated the
trench mitrailleuse, and csll the Ger
man engineer, who has shown them
how to make dynamite, "Father Gun
powder." "Judah P. Benjamin," says Senator
Gibson, of Louisiana, who has just re
turned from Europe, "looks very much
as he did thirty odd years ago when I
nrst knew him, only not quite so buoy
ant, more sedate, and somewhat sad
dened when he recalled old times and
old friends in Louisiana; but bis genial
ty, naturalness, and kindness remain."
Thackeray libeled that glorious prod
uct of our sounds and bays and coasts
the oysUr. Heiore his arrival in this
country he had never eaten anything
uui tau iiiiaerauiy smau, coppery-iasir
incr miiaapl nf HriiAin Aftr tin had
gulped down a magnificent Chinto-
tearue as big as jour hand, and
weighing at least four ounces, he, ac
cording to James T. Fields, remarked:
"My God, I have swallowed a baby!"
An artist who was out bketcbinz in
Kern County, California, lost his wife,
and in his wanderings discovered a
great cliff of lithographic stone, such
as is only found in one other part of the
world, Solenhofen, Bavaria. The Ba
varian quarries produce annually 13,
000 cubic yards of lithographic stone,
at a cost of $1,000,000, and the proprie
tors of the quarries sell the product for
$10,000,000, or an advance on the coat
of 9X per cent
On the roof of his burning mill stood
the two little daughters of Dallas
Crawford, of Wesley ville, Pa. No lad
ders were available, and the children
were given up as lost Alfred K. Bon
nell, a young farmer, sprang forward
with a coil of rope and an iron hook.
Ue ascended a tall oak tree near the
mill, and in a minute stood on a limb
high over the children. He threw his
rope and tbe hook caught in tbe small
er girls dress. Bonneil lowered her
sitfely into her father's arms. He then
cast his hook a second time, and the
other child was saved, her clothin?
cr.tcb.ing tire as she left tbe roof.
In one of the Lofoden Islands, off the
coast of Norway, is a deep and tideless
lako of considerable extent, connoted
with an inlet from the ocean by a short
aad shallow ditch. The important dis
covery has lately been made that this
lake, though it contains so little salt
U at the water is not unpleasant to the
taste, is stocked with herrings, which
not only thrive but breed thero. They
are so numerous that thirty tons of
them were netted in a few days this
season. Tho story is that they multi
ply faster and flourish better than in
the sea, for the reason that tho lake
contains none of their natural enemies.
A new sect has arisen in Finland,
which calls itself The Pure, or rather
The Pure. Tbe members' distinguish
ing doctrine is that woman is superior '
to man, and that it is she, and not he,
who ought to govern the family, which,
by the way, may be new as a doctrine,
but it is by no means unknown as a
practice in our own country. Wherev
er the new sect has spread, a woman
elected by the rest exercises supreme
authority, and has tho right to inflict
punishments, even very severe ones.
Other women have the office of oonf oss
ors, and all the disciplea of tho new
doctrine are obligod to confoss to them
once a week.
Sir Joseph Banks, the celebrated nat
uralist, once had a cak of wine which,
on tasting, he found too sweet It was,
therefore, locked up in a cellar to ri
pen. There it remained for three
years, probably during the time he was
with Captain Cook In his voyage
around the world. At the end of that-
pvnuuuu uirecieuhis butler to ascer
tain the state of tho wine, but the wine
collar could not be opened on accouut
of some powerful obstacle within. The
door was cut down, when tho cellur
was found to be completely .filled with
a fungus so dense and firm as to re
quire an ax lor its removal, it was
then discovered that tbe fungus hud
consumed every drop of wine aud
raised the empty cask to the ceiling.
When Senator Beck visited his old
home in Scotland in 1875, while stroll
ing through the fields ho mot an old
schoolmate. "You don't remember
me, Donald?" he said to him. "Ho,"
said Donald, "l don t know your face.
But 1 caught a six-pound salmon to-day
in the trim, ana whenever 1 have done
that before something has happened
1 aon 1 Know you Dy sigui, out you re
either John McPherson, who left us
thirty years ago, or you re Jim Bock.
Now, which Ts it?" "Sure enough,"
cried tho Senator, "it's Jim Book."
"Weel, Jamie, they tell me that the
Americans are going to elevate you to
me nouso 01 reers. is it sor tome
alon? home, then, and we'll eat the
fish. An American lord is good enough
for a Scotch salmon." 0
According to recent statements, the
schools ol Germany are suffering from
over study. In the agricultural schools
it is said that no fewer than twenty
four subjects are required during the
six or seven years which are supposed
to complete me course. 1 he boys en
ter in their ninth year, and leave in
their fifteenth or sLxteeth. The studies
embrace religion, German (grammar
and composition), French, English, his
tory, geography, arunmeuo, mathemat
ics, botany, geology, chemistry, phys
ics, agriculture and plant "culture.
breeding of cattle, business and book
keeping, agricultural calculations and
mercantile composition, surveying, and
leveling aud drawing of plans, laying
out 01 gardens ana experiment nelds,
fine penmanship, free-hand drawing
singing and gymnastics. 0
Mr. Allerton, whose $5,000,000 were
made as a cattle dealer, is mentioned
bv his Chicago acquaintances as
'Sam." "The dear old fellow," said
Emery A. Storrs the other day, "has an
instinct for discovering people who are
in trouble. I was once riding with him
in a railroad coach and caught him
watching a young, plainly-dressed
woman, who sat ahead of us. 'Storrs,'
said he, 'that woman ain't got no
money.' 'How do you know it?' I
asked. 'I've watched her each time
we've stopped for meals and she didn't
get out She didn't eat nothing.' The
next stopping place for meals, Allerton
addressed her in his blunt, fatherly
way. Nobody could misinterpret his
motives. He saw that the young wo
man was well taken care of until the
iourney was over." Similar anecdotes
iy tho score are told of the millionaire,
once a bare-footed plow-boj.
Toys and National Traits.
"Show me a nation's toys," said Mr.
Crandall,the "children's friend," "and
I will tell you what kind of people
they are. Now, the Germans, you
know, are a great toy nation; they go
in for quantity rather than quality.
They manufacture cheap toys, and
every child in the country has them.
Every- German child, sir, has plenty of
toys. What is the result? Why, we
find them the most sociable, kindly,
honest people in the world; possessed
of all the household virtues; kind to
their wives and children. Then the
French; they go in for quality rather
than quantity; everything they make
is a work of " art; their children have
few toys, and those they have are very
expensive, and must be played with in
a quiet, genteel way. How do you find
the French? Why, very polite, refined,
"Take the Chinese. They are a great
toy nation; they ascend to the sky and
descend into the sea lor Ideas in regard
to toys, and spare no pains in making
them. Dragons and giants and dwarfs
and strange fish and sea-serpents and
curious nondescript beings and animals
all serve, and they give the children
plenty of them; result is that the Chi
nese are like the Germans, among
themselves sociable, great for feast and
celebrations, and very industrious. Jap
anese are much the same. The En
glish now run more on outdoor toys
and games which exercise projectile,
tennis, foot-ball, cricket shinny, hoop,
marbles. The boys play tag and pull
away and all such running games, and
the girls play ring games. How do we
find the English? Jovial, athletic,
rough and boisterous. Aguin, look at
tbe Spaniards; very few toys they use.
What s the result? Why, they are
treacherous, harsh, implacable. Then
the Indians our own Indians the only
toy they have is the bow. Well, now,
this cultivated the killing instincts only.
What was the result? Whv, we had to
kill them all off, thev were entirely un-
tania ble. The Esquimaux, he has
no toys at all, and he is the moanost
specimen of mankind on God's foot
stool" Brooklyn Union.
"At all gatherings in the city the most
startling thiug to one of the masculine
gender, said a visitor to St Louis,
"is the appoarance 01 the nuther lin of
tho bellos of St Louis. On four out of
five the indentations of their teeth are
perceptible, having callous spots not
unlike those on the hands of those en
gaged in manual labor, and detracting
11.. .l- 1 . P.
materially irom uie ueatiiy 01 tneir
face and the flexibility of the mouth."
On inquiry by a St. Louis reporter as
to tho reason tor this, of ouo of the
young ladies with whom the gentle
man relating the incident was well ac-
uamted, it was learned that ladies bit
tneir lips for tho purpose of causing the
crimson blood to rush forward as soon
as the pressure of tho teeth was re
moved, thereby giving the roseate hue
of their brunette sisters of southern
climes. Soon it becomes a permanent
habit and leaves unsightly indentations
surrounded by a ritu of callous flosu.
and marring their appearance. In
taking a trip on the Olive street line it
was observed that out of eleven lady
passengers seven were biting their lips,
and all had the unsightly spots referred
to. If the process is continued for any
length of time the blood refuses to flow
as desired, leaving the lips as colorless
as tho pallid cheek of a pencil-eating
Matthew Arnold is amazed to find
that a few people in this country cat
With their forks.
The Brain of an Am.
Well may Daiwm speak of tho brain
of un ant as one of the most won. Inns
particles of matter in tho world. We
are apt to think that it is impossible
for so minute a piece of matter to pos
sess the necessary complexity required
for the discharge of such elaborate
functions. The microscope will no
doubt show some details 111 the ant's
brain, but these fall hopelessly short of
revealing the refinement which tho
aut's brain must really have. Tito
microscope is not adequate to show us
the texture of matter. It has been one
of the great discoveries of modern times
to enable us to form some numerical
estimate of the exmiisito delicacy of
the fabric which we kuow as inert mat
ter. Water, or air, or irou may bo
divided and subdivided, but the process
canuot be carried on indefinitely.
There is a well defined limit. Wo are
even ablo to make some approximation
to the number of molecules in 'a given
mass of matter. Sir W. Thomsou has
estimated that tho number of atoms in
a cubic inch of air is to be expressed
by the figure 3, followed by uo fewer
limn tweuty ciphers. The brain of the
ant doubtless coutains more atoms
than an equal volume of air; but even
if we suppose them to bo the same, and
if we take tho size of an ant's brain to
be a little globe one-thousandth of au
inch in diameter, we are ablo to form
some estimate of tho number of atoms
it must contain. The number is to bo
expressed by writiug down ti, and fol
lowing it by eleven ciphers. We can
imagine these atoms grouped iu so
many various ways that even tho com
plexity of the ant's brain may be in
telligible wheu we have so maiiy units
to deal with. An illustration will
perhaps make tho argument 'clearer.
Take a million and a half of littio
black marks, put thorn in a certaia
order, and wo have a woudrous result--Darwiu's
Descent of Man. This book
merely cousists of about 1,500,000 let
ters, placed one after the other in a
certain order. Whatever be the com
plexity of the ant's brain, it is still
hard to believe that it could not be
fully described in 400,000 volumes,
eacn as largo as Darwin's work. Yet
the number of molecules in the ant's
brain is at least 400,000 timi's as great
as the number of letters in the memor
able volume in question. Longman's
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streets; preaching eTurr Sunday moinlniraad
lubt at nsnal hour. Prayer neelluii Wedn sa
il ay DlKtit; Sunday school, k:30 a.m.
kov. iiau. r. res tor.
tBUHCU OF THB KBDBKMKH Iplicopal
j Fourteenth street: Sunday 7:00a m.. Holy
Communion 10:30 a. m.. Morning Prayers 11 a. tu.
Bunosy acnooi a p. m., DTeninK rrayers 7:?u p.n
V. P. Davenport, 8. T. B. Hector.
IliST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHUROB.-
VreachliiK at 10:80 a. n.., i p. m., and T:S0 p. m.
alibaib school at 7:30 p. tu Rev. T. i. Shores,
I ITUKKAN-Thlrteenth street; services hab
l . bathl:0 a.m.; Sandaj school I p. m. Rev.
METHOUIHT-Cor. BlKbtb and Walnut streets
Preaching Sabbath 11:00 a. m. and7:S0 p.m.
;aday fc'-.boU at 4:00 p. m. Rev. J. A. Scarrett.
1 ) KESBYTBKIAN Klghth street; preacnlnR on
I Sabbath at 11:00 a. nv. and 7:80 p. m.; prayer
ueettuH Wednesday at 7:80 p.m.; Bandar oohao)
t 8 p. m. Rev B. V. Ueoue, pastor. u .
T.JOHEl'H S -Uiuineu Catholic) Corner Cross
-id Walnut streets: Mass everv Hands at II
and tea. m.; Sonday achool at 1 p.m., and Vesp
ers at 8 p. m, at asa every morning al 8 a. m. Rev.
C. 8yney, pastor.
C r. P AT KlCbV8-( Roman Catholic) Comer Mlnlh
street and Washington avanna: alaaa evanr
Sonday and 8 and 10 a. m.l Sunday sehoo at I p.m.,
and Vespers at 8 p. m. I1 ass eveiy morning at 8
p.m. Key. J, Murphy, pastor.
Uayoi Thomas. W. Uallitlay.
rrcanuror CuarKa T. Nellie.
Clerk Dennis. J. Koley.
Counselor Wm. B. Ollbert.
Marshal L. H. Meyers,
a. ttornev William Hendricks.
Police Magistrate A. Comings.
BOaaO Of ALDIBMM i
first Ward Wm.McHale, Hsrry Walker
Heiond Ward-Jesse Binkle, CM. Hughes.
Third Ward B. F. Blake, Egbert Smith. '
Fourth Ward Charles O. Patler, Adolph 8 wo
MMfth Ward Cnas. Lancaslsr. Henry Stout.
Circuit Judge U.J.Baker.'
Circuit Cleric A. H. Inrln.
County Judge J, H. Robinson.
Connty Clerk 8. J. Humra.
County Treasurer Milea W. Parker,
Sheriff John Uodirea. . , '
Coroner R. Fltaoerala.
County CommlsslonertT, W. Hallldty, J, B
atolcshey Peter Saoo: . :
78 Ohio Leyee.
FOK PRICKS. .
LLiNOLS CENTRAL R. R
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line Kunniwr,
Making Dikkct Connbctioji
rauint LlaTI Catao:
irrlvlug la St. Louis 1:43 a.m. : Chicago, 8. 30 p.m. t
Connecting at Odin and Bfllngbam (or Clncia
nati, Louisville, Iudiaaapolia and polnta last.
P. ra. Fast Ht. . Loui and
irrlrlngin Ht. Lonia 8:46 p. m., and eunneotlag
for all point West.
3:45 p.m. fasit Expreaa.
For St. Louis and Chicago, arriving at Si. Lls
10: p.m., and Chicago . ao a m.
3:4S p m. Cincinnati Expreaa.
VrrtviDg at Cincinnati 7 KM am.; Louisville 6:M
a.m.: Indianapolis 4:06 a.m. Paaaenger y
ibis train reach tht above polnta 13 to 3d
HOURS In advance ol any other route.
CsV-TheS-JO p. m. express hat PULLMAN
sLkBPINQ CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
'.hangea, and through aleapar to 8t. IX)Uls and
Fast Time East.
Pitaaaticrara by this line go through to East
raHSCllCJo era polnta without any delay
reused by Sunday Intervening. The Saturday after
loon train from Cairo arrlyesln new York Monday
nornlug at 10:85. Thlrty-tli boon In advance ol
nv other route,
W For through tlckett Mi further information,
tpply at Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
J. H. JONK8, Ticket Agent.
A. H. HANSON. Gen. Paaa. Agent. Chicago
R R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
Tra.na Depart. Tralna Arrlv
C. BT. L. N. o. R. r. (Jackson route).
tBxpress ...... 10 80a.m.
'Accom 8:90 p.m.
8T. h. O. B. B.
Express 8:00a m.
Ex AMall... lOMOa.m.
Accom 18:06 p.m.
tExprsss 10) p.m.
Express 1:15 a.m.
Ex. Mall. .4:10 p m.
Accom ..8:Q0 p.m.
t. M, R. R. -
W., BT. L. P. B. U.
'Mall A Kx.... 4:00 a.m. Mall A Ex.. 90p
Accom 4:00 p.m. Accum 10::J0 a
Freight.-...? :46 a.m. Freight 6:46 p.
MOBILE OHIO R. R.
Mall 5:56 a.m. Mall 8:10 p.
Dally except Sunday, t Dallv.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OT MAILS.
Arr at I Dap'rt
P. O. I fm PO
i. m. rt. a.(.through lock mail). a. m.
8 p. m.
8 a. m.
" (way matlU 4 80 p.m.
" Southern Dlv 8 p. m.
Iron Mountain R. R 8:8op.m.
wanasn n. n.... in p, m.
Texaa A St. Loole R. R 7 p. m.
mi. bonis cuiro n. o s p. m.
onio ruver.. p. m.
Mlsa Krver arrivea Wad.. Bat. A Mou,
departs wed., m. A Sun.
P O. m del. op n from 7:80am to7:M pm
P.O. bos del. open from 8 a.m. top m
Sundays gn. del. open from... ,8a. m. to 10a.m.
Bnndava box del. open from.. ..8 a.m. to 10:80 am
rIOT.-Change will be published from
Urn; to time la city pspere. Chang your cards aa
rdlnflx. VVM. . MURPHT. P. M