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Dated at Cairo, III., this nth dy of Fob. AT). 1884.
810d-8w On behalf of James Tamer.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 20, 1884.
The Daily Bulletin.
Oullanl Conduct of a Robin.
On a tint! Snixlay morii!nr, iu the
month of May, uiy son with nnotlmr
younp; man wero wnl;hin a sparrow,
runner di)iics!icus, which was building
or repairing its nest in a niaplo tree
b foru the high school of Freehold, N,
J. The young men Hat on the steps of
tlin school liuihling. They observed a
yarrow-hawk. Fu'co sparveriu L..
hovering in nihl-uir. The passer perch
ed ou tho top of a picket but a few feet
from tlieiii. wheu tho hawk swooped
down with great rapidity, seized and
ciuiieJ high in air tho poor sparrow
before tho young men could fairly com
prehend the transaction. It was, how
ever, nito otherwise with a robin, Tur-du-i
iitiijralurius, ' that had witnessed
lite deed from his perch in a tree near
by. Tltti noble bird lost no tiino in
making pursuit of tlie marauder. My
son says he never saw a robin lly with
such speed us did this one. Soon it
caught up wilh tho hawk, which it
fought desperately, literally pul ing ,
out the feathers by moutlilitls, which
were easily seen floating in the air.
The brave bird must have drawn blood
for every dip of its bill brought out a
craven cry from the buccaneer. The
robin achieved a conlplete victory, and
the hawk, dropping his booty, made
an ignoiiiinous retreat. Tho whilom
prey felt a few feet through tho air,
probably half dead with fright, but re
gained its senses in time to recover the
u.e of its wings before reaching tho
ground, when it Hew away iu a direc
tion prudently the opposite of that
taken by the hawk.
As to tho conduct of tho robin, it
surely was magnanimous and courage
ous to a degree. The bird it rescued
was at best an unfriendly pariah.
These foreign sparrows, like some other
intelligent citizens, as a friend remark
ed, "are not overly loving to anything
native born." I think the robin showed
line pluck. Had the hawk, on giving
up his prey, turned upon his pursuer,
tho odds would havo been fearfully
against that brave bird. Hut tho attack
was so vigorous that tho hawk wa3
completely cowed, and glad to get
away by tlight. Whether tho tradition
al killer of "cock-robin" experienced
the emotion of gratitude to his deliv
erer is a bit of bird psychology that we
cannot get at. Professor Samuel Lock
wood, in the American Naturalist.
Geological Changes at Salt take.
Mr. G. K. Gilbert has recently, ao
cordiuz to Scit nee, given some rather
disturbing suggestions to the people of
Salt Lake City, concerning tho proba
bility of destructive earthquakes there.
He describes tlie slow and still con
tinuing growth of tho ranges in tho
Great Tiasin by repeated dislocation
along great fractures, the earth's crust
on one sido being elevated and tilted
into mountain attitude by an upthrust
that produces compression and distor
tion in the rocky mass, until tho strain
can no longer be borne, and something
must give away. Suddenly and violent
ly there is a slipping of one wall of the
fissure on the other, far enough to re
lieve tlie strain, and this is felt as an
earthquake; then fo Ijws a long period
of quiet, during which the strain is
Such a shock occurred in Owen's
Valley, a!onz tho eastern base of the
Sierra Nevada, in 1872, when a fault
sc.arp live to twenty feet hiifh and forty
miles long was produced. A scarp
thirty or forty feet high is known along
the western foot of the Wahsatch Range,
south of Salt Lake, and other scarps of
similar origin have been found at tho
bases of many of the Hasin ranges.
The date of their formation is not
known, but it must be comparatively
recent, because they aro still so little
worn away. Wherever they are fresh,
and consequently of modern uplift,
there is probably safety from earth
quakes for ages to come, because a
long time is needed for the accumula
tion of another strain sutticiont to causo
a slipping of one wall of tho tissnro on
Conversely, when they aro old and
worn down, tho breaking strain may
even now be almost reached, and an
earthquake may bo expected at any
time. This is the caso at Salt Lake;
for, continuous as aro the fault Bcarps
along the base of the Wahsatch, they
are alwent noar the city. From the Warm
Springs to Emigration Canon they have
not been found, and tho rational ex
planation of their absence is that a
very long time has elapsed sinco their
last renewal. In this period the earth
strain has been slowly increasing. Some
day it will overcome this friction, lift
tho mountains a few feet and re-enact
on a fearful scalo tho catastrophe of
Tho First Meerschaum Pipe.
In 1723 there lived in Pesth, tho cap
ital of Hungary, Karol Kowates, a
shoemaker, whose ingenuity in cutting
and carving on wood, etc., brought him
into contact with Count Andrassy, with
whom ho became a favorite. The
Count, on his return from a mission to
Turkey, brought homo with him a pieco
of whitish clay, which had been pre
sented to him as a curiosity, on account
of its light specific gravity. It struck
tho shoemaker that, boing porous, it
must bo well adapted for pipes, as it
would absorb tho nicotine. Tho ex
periment was tried, and Karol cut a
Iupe lor mo uoum ana one ior nimseu.
iut in the pursuit of his trade he could
not keen tils hands clean, and many
a piece of shoemaker's wax became at-
taciieu to Uiu pipe, xiiuuiajr, uuwcvei,
tnsten.il nf assuming a dirtv anuear-
nnco when Karol wiped it off, received
wherever the wax had adhered to it a
clear brown polish, instead of tho dull
white it previously had. Attributing
i lie chance, to its nronor source, ho
waxed the wholo surfaco, and, polishing
the pipe ngain, smoked it, and noticed
how beautifully it colored, and how
more sweetly the pipe smokod after be
Quito a nuraW of Whittlor's early
poems aro now lost, and the poet has
no truce of them. Among; those that
aro missing are "Isabella of Austria,"
written when ho was twenty; "Palo
Alto," "llolivar," and a poem on Hen
Heavy Life Insurance.
Mr. Hamilton Disston, tho million
aire manufacturer and president of the
Florida Land and Improvement coin-
fiany, is carrying a heavier line of life
insurance than probably any oth
er man in the United States. Ho has
$400,000 in forco upon his life in the
regular companies, while ho is good for
several thousand additional in many
mutual concerns. The only man who
is regarded as bis rival in this is cx
State Senator George K. Anderson, of
Titusville, this state, who is report
ed to have about $100,000 upon his
In axplaiuing iiow this was done Mr.
Disston said to a Record man yesterday :
"One day an insuraneo agent said to
mo that ho would like to havo the dis
tinction of being able to say that ho
had placed tho largest individual life
insurauco of any agent in tho United
States, and proved to mo Unit it would
bo a prolitab'o business operation, and
so I told him to go ahead. '
The bulk of tho insurances havo been
placed within tho last few years and
are scattered among thirteen comoan-
ies of unquestionable re.spousibiiitv- In
order to maintain this eno uKdis insur
ance Mr. Dissiou pats to the various
companies w ho are carrying him $20,
000 n premiums per annum.
An a?ent of an insuraneo company
said "This insurance of Mr. Disston
may look to Ikj enormous, but really it
is not. It is impossible for some nu n
to insure to an amount that would be
gin to compensate their estates
for their death. ow Mr. Diss
ton is worth $20J,00) a year to his
estate, and this insurance or f40O,OOU
would bo but a slight comparison to his
worth as a money-maker.
Another heavily msured Philadel-
phian is John B. Stetson, the hat man
ufacturer, who has 1300,000 upon bis
The reporter was shown a list of
prominent people who are insured to
the amount of $40,000, there being
among them Cyrus W. Field, tho cap
italist and ocean cable owner; Charles
A. Dana, editor of tho New York Sun;
Cornelius Vanderbilt, 3d; J. B. Brews
ter, the New York carriage builder;
John Gill, of Baltimore; Charles Par
rish, tho coal operator of Wilkesbarre;
J IL Lrlauelter, tho paper manufact
urer of Spring Fore, and J. L. Hol-
lenback, of Luzerne county, Pennsyl
vania. rhiluikljjhia Record.
A request in the Boston Post for in
formation respecting tho whereabouts
oi oiu eiocKs, iias stirreu up a numoer
of correspondents in New England.
One old gentleman has an eight-day
clock, with brass dial, and at a running
age, of 150 years is still keeping good
lime. Another has the record of one
made in Bristol, Eng., in 1694, which
is now doing faithful service in a west
ern State. Hon. E. C. Moody, of York,
Me., has a clock made in England in
1620, with tho date and makers name
on the brass dial. It is still keeping
good time. Tho case is handsomely in
laid with flowers and figures. This
clock was brought over by Mr. Moody's
ancestors in 1623.
Nerve and presence of mind saved
John F. FiekiKauipf's.life. Ho is a cut
ter in a Cincinnati clothing store.
While he was operating a machine a
spring broke, and, as he reached to
pick up a detached piece, his long beard
was caught and rapidly wound into tho
machiner", which threatened to draw
in his head and crush it. Instantly ho
threw out his arms and braced them
aairrst the frame of tho cutter, and
thus ho stood until his beard had been
pulled out by the roots and a part of
his cheek had been torn off, exposing
tho gum of his lower jaw.
If it were possible to set before you all
the wonderful cures of Rheumatism and
Neuralgia made by Athlophoros you would
not despair of your case till you had given
it a speedy and fair trial. It is the remedy
of one who experimented for a long time on
himself to nod something which would mas
ter Rheumatism. He did not succeed till he
struck Athlophoros. Not satisfied with his
own case as a test, b tried it on others till
satisfied that a great specific was at last
within this grasp. Very properly it took
the title Athlophoros champion rwinedy.
Harper's Magazine for March does not
contain a siogle article in its varied con
tents that has not a strong claim upon the
attention of readers, and its illustrations are
The frontispiece engraving in an illus
tration of the third part of William Black's
new novel, "Judith Sbakespear," from a
drawing by E. A. Abbey. The opening
article is a description of St. Louis, by
William Henry Bishop, splendidly illustra
ted. This is followed by a descriptive ar
ticle, ntitled "The Yorkshire Coast," by
William 11. Kideing, picturesquely illustra
ted by Harry Fenn.
The fourth part ot E. P. Roe's popular
novel, "Nature's Serial Story," discloses
the intelligent farmers winter fireside,
with its social and intellectual attractions.
The talk in this chapter is largely about
our winter out-door companions, the birds,
which Mr. Gibson hss illustrated with five
pictures in his happiest style. Dialman's
full-page illustrations of Amy sketching
the rabbits in t delightful picture.
There are two articles of distinctively li
terary interest Dr. E. M.Gallaudet's paper
on "The Poetry of the Deaf." and a sketch
of Will Carleton, biographical and critical,
by J. 1. lrowbndge, with a fine portrait of
the popular author of "Farm Legends." Dr.
Gallaudet's article is illustrated by six
The poemi of the nunbcr are all naticea
ble. "The Deliverance of Leyden," by
Charles F. Richardson, is accompanied by
an excellent illustration, drawn by Fred
ericks. Wall Whitman contributes one of
his best poems, ''With Husky-Haughty
Lips, 0 Sea I" Mrs, Mace's "A New World
Legend" is a fine and well-sustained pro
duction; and James Lane Allen's "Mid
winter" is a poem of unusual merit.
Mr. George William Curtis in the Easy
Cbair discourse upon the "elevation" of Mr.
Teoosyon, private lives of public men,
Margaret Fuller, and the opera season id
New York. Mr. Charles Dudley Warner,
who has organized a very entertaining
Drawer, prefaces it with a charming essay
on the Right of Discovery, or the Objec
tions which tome Peoples hart to being
Discovered. Altogether, this is one of the
most varied, interesting and brilliant num
bers of Harper's that has sver been isaasd.
You Cannot Buy It in the
What an absurd idea it is to send
a sick man, with an ailing stomach,
a tomid liver, and impoverished
blood, to a bar-room to swallow
some stimulating stuff, and call it
e An enormous amount of mischief
is constantly done by men who
thus trifle with themselves. Instead
of healing their diseases.they make
them worse. Instead of gaining
strength, they only acquire the
disgraceful habit of tippling.
It is a point worth noting in con
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that this valuable medi ine is not
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It is not a drink. It is a remedy.
It is not made to tickle the palate
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