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Tlio Rod Sunsets.
The way in which wen take tho un
expected is an excellent pnuge of their
stnto of mind. Sudden changes in tho
face of nature bring tho man out of
his burrow and exhibit his hidden mo
tives. Fifty years ago tho meteoric
shower of 18311 showed that the less
cultivated class, even in America, still
looked upon tho accidents of tho skies
as signs of heavenly wrath and por
tents of coming ills. Now even tho
least educated no longer ask, What
does this presage? but What is its
cause? Naturalism has advanced fast
and far in tho last century.
The autumn of 1883 will always
have a largo iiliico in scientific history
on account oi the strango nspecd of its
heavens, as well as on account of tho
preceding; eruptions of volcanoes in
tho Straits of Sunda, which in thoir
grandeur and effects much exceeded
any disturbance recorded in history.
Although the volcanic outburst
changed tho geography of a largo dis
trict, dostroyed soniewhero near ono
hundred thousand lives, and seut tho
ocean wavos and throbs of tho air pro
duced by tho convulsion over tho whole
circumference of tho earth, its naturo
was not unusual ; it differed from a
thousand similar accidents of this
troubled world only in degree, only
as tho discharge of a twenty-inch can
non differs from that of a small iicld-
f iecc. But the strange heavens of tho
atcr autumn, tho iiery glow of sun
rise and sunset, tho brownish hazo
that girdles tho sun all day, are phen
omena so out ol tho rango of common
experience that at first all tho exports
in meteorology were at sea in their ex
planations. At tho outset, many of
these students of tho atmosphere
turned naturally to the conjecture tiiat
some of the vagrant mutter of space,
i such as we see in the comets or dust
like meteors, hud been drawn down
'upon our atmosphere, and so envel
i opod the earth with a meteoric mist.
Others looked upon theso movements
as a mere intensification of tho after
glow, or second sunset, which is not an
: unfamiliar phenomenon in all extra
tropical regious at certain seasons of
.the year, particularly in tho autumn,
and which is probably due to the con
densation of vapor iu tho upper reg
ions of the atmosphere. Gradually,
as the facts havo been gathered m
from all parts of tho world, tho ex
planations havo been overthrown, and
the sunsets have been proven to bo in
some way connected with tho Javanese
convulsion. At several points iu Eu
rope the new-fallen snow contains par
ticles of volanic dust essentially liko
those that fell upon tho decks of ships
near tho point of eruption, and which
presumably are tho heavier bits that
havo descended from dust-cloud in tho
, upper air.
Still further, it has been shown that
these curious appearances of tho sky
occurred more quickly in tho district
near tho volcano than in regions re
mote from it. It is not easy to deter
mine the preciso time when the sunset
and sunnso becamo so brilliant ; for at
first the phenomenon might seem acci
dental in its nature, and so not becomo
recorded. Yet it is clear that at Rod
riguez, Mauritius, and Seychelles,
points from three thousand to three
thousand live hundred miles west of
Krakatoa, tho red sunsets were seen
on the 28th of August, within thirty
six hours after tho eruption occurred.
In Brazil, which is over ten thousand
miles away, they appeared on tho 80th
of September. In Florida, thirteen
thousand miles distant, on September
bib. It was noticed in Euglaud on tho
yih of September, but in Sweden not
until tho 30th of November; each of
these countries being about seven
thousand live hundred miles from the
point of eruption, Tho volcanic mist
tspruad more rup'uliy in tho tropical
belt between tho parallels of latitude
iu which Java lies thun iu the regions
to the north and south of this "line.
Sweeping swiftly ubout tho earth in
this tropical bell, ii seems to havo been
carried thennu by home slower motion
to higher latitudes. V. js. MuiUr in
April Mli ,'ic.
Whatever may havo been the fail
ures of Edward 1'uysou Weston on tho
sawdust riii'', he deserves some sort of
credit for covering more ground straight
nway than any other pedestrian. His
1,200-mile walk from Portland, Me., to
Chicago, was virtually the beginning
of peuostrhniMii in this country, lie
has now in England successfully com.
Dieted 5,000 miles in 100 days, under
the nusiiicles of the temperance people
who employed him to disseminate
their principles, and at tho wwue timo
to illustrate that physical euduranee is
greater when stimulants aro not used.
Oil on tlio Waters.
A patent for easting oil upon tho
troubled waters is certainly a novelty,
but will hardly occasion surprise in this
day and generation. Tho wonder will
rather bo that wo have bevn so long in
finding out that tho Scriptural meta
phor was a literal fact deduced from
experience. From time to time in
stances have occurred where, in ex
treme eases, as a sort of dernierVeort,
oil has been poured out as a placating
libation to an angry sea; mid but a
short timo ago wo recorded tho fact
that an Atlantic merchantman had
been saved from the fury of tho tem
pestuous ocean by emptying to tho
windward a cargo of sperm-oil. Tho
oil floated out and subdued tho waves
to tho extent of giving tho vessel a
clearing free from tho reach of tho
buoming, breaking waves. Wo ven
tured tho opinion at tho time that there
might come from this successful ma
neuver a practical scheme for future
protection. A stop in this direction
has been taken by a Mr. Shields, of
London, who has obtained a patent on
an apparatus for oiling tho ocean to
mitigate storm dangers. Ho has ex
hibited his invention through an exer
ciso of its powers in English waters,
effectually subduing the perturbations
of tho covered compass of tho channel.
15y this machino oil is forced through
pipes under the water surface, and ris
ing quickly seems to calm tho commo
tion in its struggle to tho top. The
effect was remarkable. The rough,
chopping waves were subdued to a
gentle, undulating motion in which tho
life-boat rodo lightly, whilo beforo it
had been dancing about like a cork.
Mr. Shields has an "oil shell" that
may bo used us a projectile, to be stor
ed on board ship. Iu an emergency,
its time fuses, made water-proof, are
lighted, it is Hung from nn ordinary
six-inch mortar, and sent to the point
of doKvery with reasonable accuracy.
The shells burst, and almost immedi
ately thore is formed an area of undis
turbod water described as tho "oil field"
and the radius covered by a gallon of
oil may be approximated with tho basis
of calculation that one drop will diffuse
itself over a square yard. Another
featuro of tho invention is a lino of gutta-percha
tubing pierced at intervals
with valves. This may be attached by
lanyard to a solid shot and laid by the
discharge of tho projectile. When tho
tube and this is intended for shallow
water has settled, oil is pumped into
it from tho shore or ship end, forced
through the valves, rises to the sur
face, and produces comparative smooth
ness on tho water surface.
The several experiments were satis
factorily made, and tho greatest inter
est is felt in more extensive tests that
will bo made in ocean disturbance. If
tho results are equally decisive there,
the perils of ocean travel will be so
materially reduced that thoso remain
ing will not bo allowed to count. It
might be interesting to carry to a con
clusion tho possible advantages gained
by a liberal use of theso machines for
a term of years. The oil appears to bo
an economic force, since a drop is
equal to tho surface of a square yard
of water. How many gallons would
bo necessary to give tho entire ocean a
repressive coating, and what would bo
tho waste by absorption to be over
come in maintain ing the covering onco it
was secured? This most turbulent and
demonstrative ocean might in a term
of years bo reduced to the most ap
proved pacification, serviceable at all
seasons and under all conditions of
travel. This would particularly bo an
equivalent to bridging the Atlantic,
uniting Europe and America by a sub
stantial pontoon of oil, along w hich tho
sharp-prowed Cuuarders could move
as gracefully and securely as a steamer
.i it: I l'1 '11. -ii :
on mo Mississippi. ur. mucins win in
all probability ue knighted betoro he is
many years older.
In this commercial capital of Japan
everything strucK us as curious, every
fresh step afforded increased novelty,
every new sight was a revelation,
whilo all about us were tangible roiie
seutations of the impossible pictures of
tho cheap fans, tho lacquered waro of
commerce, and the school-books. The
partial nudity of men, women and
cnuuren, mo cxtremeiv simple areni-
tecture of the dwelling-liouso, the vce
tation, the extraordinary salutations
between the common people who meet
each other upon tho streets, the trading
booths of bazaars, and the ipicer, toy
like articles which tilled them, children
Hying kites in the shape of hideous yel
low monsters each subject became a
fresh study. Men propelling vehicles
like horses between the shafts, and
trotting off at a six-mile pouy gait
whilo drawing after them ono or two
persons with ease, was at first a sin
gular aspect to a stranger. So were
the naked coolies, by fours, bearing
heavy loads oi merchandise swung
from thoir shoulders upon stout bamboo
poles, whilo thev shouted a measured
chant by which to keep step. No beg.
gars were seen on tho public streets,
tho people without exception seeming
neat and clean in their remarkably
I ho houses were special examples of
neatness and of toy-like size, being sel
dom more than twenty feet square. All
persons, foreigners or natives, took oil
their shoes beforo entering upon their
delicately-lacquered or polishod floors.
lhis we not only did out of respect to
tho universal custom of the country,
but because ono did not feel liko
treading upon thoso Honrs with nailed
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ucvia ui uweu icaiuui awiun. a itu urn-
viction was forced upon us that such
universal neatness and cleanliness
must extend even to tho moral char
acter of tho people. A spirit of gentle
ness, industry and thrift was observ
able everywhere, imparling an Arca
dian atmosphere. Wo saw at first no
domestic animals except a tailless cat,
with an attempt at that appeudago
which was a decided and Ignominious
failure. These creatures wero fro'
OUent.lv tied in thn Iimise-ilnor liko ft
dog, but for what purpose who can sayP
a cat coiiimed after that fashion olso
whero would striiii'rln itself directlv.
Later on wo saw specimens of tho enri-
uiii uip-uogs of ti,,. country, so diminu
tive as to be quito remarkable, and
which were hign.y prized, though ono
could see no beamy or attraction in
their snub noses mid ,pr bul"iu
eyes. Jiuiiwi a U ,..
OAlllO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING HAY
r 1 ' ;
Monday Evenino, May 5, 1884.
The weather is sultry and showery,
presenting a rather discouraging outlook
to agriculturists who are already greatly in
arrears with their work, owing to the back
ward and wet spring.
The river continues to fall slowly, not
withstanding the ruin.
The market is without material change;
the demand is fair in. leading articles, and
values are well sustained.
FLOUR Stocks are ample end
market quiet and unchanged.
HAY Receipts are light and the
mand is falling off. Fr.ces rule firm
CORN Steady and firm at ruling prices.
Stocks are light and tho demand for choice
is good. ,
OATS We note a good demand with
liberal receipts and firm prices.
MEAL Tho demand is active. Stuck
fair and prices firm tor choice city stock.
BRAN Fair demand at quotations.
BUTTER Steady and unchanged.
Stocks are large and the call is for choico
EGOS Scarce and in good request.
Prices are a shade better.
CHICKENS Receipts are light and the
demand good. Prices are firm and un
changed. APPLES Choice are very scarce,
POTATOES Plenty and dull.
Sales and Quotations.
NOTE. The prlcee nere Riven are Tor aales from
flrnt hands In round lota. An advance la
churned for broken lotain llillnaorclerd.
0 Mils extra Fancy
3 70QH 0"
Hon bhls various grades.
100 bids XXX
500 bble choice
3 cars gilt edge small bale.
4 cars tbolce, email bale....
'i ca s prime
Scars choice white In bulk..
4 cars choice mixed in bulk..
3 cars In hulk
7 cars choice Northern In bulk.
No. 2 Red, Per hn
No. st Meditbranean ,
orders 9 80i2 90
800 bhla City on
MO btls City
501 pounds choice Northern Dairy S13-0
W pounds choice Northern
Nil) pounds nonthern Ills....
400 pounds creamery
I'M dozen ,
H coops choice hens
..3 4MW so
..a soifri 73
b coops mixed
Per bid choico hen Davis
, 5 rya on
. 6 51) fr DO
" ' Hone Beautv....
Small varieties ,
....3 00 5i0
.8 53 on
. a sim 3 uo
Peach htow per bush, nominal..
Early Rose per bush
Potatoes pur bbl
.1 7t2 00
According to size M 5 COftW 00
H. C. limns ..
a bushel "
Peaches, halves and Quarters
Choice navy j 503.3 nn
Heaver per pound.
in to 6
.. 10 to 4
10 to 51
. R0 to il AO
. 75 to 6 no
S to 15
.1 00 to V 00
Dry Flint choice
Dry Salt -
Green Halt ,
Sheep Pelts, dry..
Hheep Pelts, irreen
. , ..... ,,...(
4 frt;i S
.... 4 TV " "f
in, 1 TO
.....7 .Ml ft'O
KATES OK KltiriHM T.
(inun Ituv Flur
tyewt. tfewt. fcbbl.
Metnpbl It! 1(1 ''
, v Orleans, e V5
ileiena.Ark 17VS s sr
KHneston. Miss .... Xi il'. 45
Virkwlmrir. Prcnteas House ner cwt.
All oilier wa points below Vemplila to New r
leiiua. same rates us to Kiluet3i.
Daniel Webster' Conn. Drew,
Mr. Webster :uid Judge Uuano Poly,
then of (i:een R tv. Wjs., were warm
friends, and tho Judge at one time was
a visitor at M-itshlield. Mr. Wel.sior
was very fond of fishing-tho only out
door sport in which ho indulged.
While the Judge was bis guest it
chanced that a lino day fur his sport
presented itself, of which Mr. W. was
anxious to avail himself, lie accord
ingly invited the Judge to accompany
him in this piscatory sport. The
Judge didn't want to goi and tried his
boi'. to get off, s-.ying lie would much
prefer, with his consent, to pass that
rainy day in Mr. W.'s library, among
his book's and )pjis. Mr. W. 'wouldn't
listen to him; said ho could pus any
and as many days in the library as he
chose, but such a day aj that for fishing
might not occur again while they were
al iMarslifiold. Tlio Judge, as a lust
resort, said that ho really could not go,
as it would spoil his clothes, that the
handsome 1 Thick suit ho had on wns his
best and all he had, and that to go fish
ing in it would spoil it. To meet this
objection Mr. W. directed his servant
George to go np-stairs and tr'ng down
the dresi in which he whs presented at
court iu England, which (Iiiorge did
As soon as ho appeared with il Mr. W.
said: "Thore, LJty, is a dreas for you;
put it on, arid come as soon as you
can, for we aro losing valuable time."
The Judge replied: "Surely, Mr.
Webster, you are not in earnest in
what you say that you want me to go
fishinc in that elegant suit, and spoil
"Yes, I am," he rnplied; "that is
what it has been brought down for."
Tho Juilgo mill lingered, when Mr.
W.. to settle tho mutter, said to him:
'llava no anxicly about ii juriug tho
dress, for to fish and hunt in il ii the
only way it c?n now be wiado useful.
Could I "wear it in Washington, Phila
delphia, New York, liosion, or even
her-.? If I did, wouldn't everybody
laugh at me?"
Tho Judge was compelled to answsr
affirmatively to the question.
"Well, then," ho said, "pray what
is it good for but to go fishing in?"
This setliod the mailer. Tho Judgo
put on tho dress and went fishing in
Mr. W.'s court suit, and saved his
own. Harper's for April.
It is a btrange fact that the strongest
niindeJ women shrink from being caught
in their own night-caps, but they never lies
itate to dseiare fieir cxslted opinion of
Dr. Cull's Cough Syrup that h.s cured in
numerable coughs and cold.
Physicians recommend porous plasters in
cases of backache, lame side, stiff muscles,
rheumatism and all coal pains. Hop Plas
tcrs are the best made, combining Fresh
Hops with Gums. Ready to use, pleasant
8Dd powerful in action. So cts. at any
For Salo bv
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who need iiiediuul aklll and expi'iit-neccunault
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gave future misery and almmo. When inconvenient
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everywhere ly mail or i-Tpreha free fi'om ibaer
viillon. JIt is self-evident that a physician who
frivea bia wluile attention to a clasa of disease ut
talna itrent klll,nnd physicianstlirotiphnnt tltn
country, knnwinn t Ins, frequent Iv recommend difficult
eases to tho Olileat Slpeelailat, by whom every
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jiUard iiu, IratriK'ti.r or lerr nnm Argonaut.
Aiid.ea tho l'eabody Veilii'al It.-titute. or I)t
W. II Parker, No. I ll:i!t',i c i Meet. Hiaton.
Maaa., who may be consulted on all dis.nse re
(j'liniill skill and experlel. ei.' Cb out anrlobali
rat'- tl'sean-s that hat-' liallled ITT.'' I the
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anceol fiultire Mention tins paper.
30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK.
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TOR SALE BY
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O DAILY TRAiy
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D' other route,
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tpply at Illinois Central Itailroad Depot, l a'ro.
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K. IC.TIMK CAUI) AT CAIIiO.
ILLINOIS CENTKAL H. H.
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(wsr mall) 4 30p.m.
(Southern Div. IS v. m.
Iron Mountain U. K 2:3" p.m.
Wahash It. it lo p. in.
Texas A St. Louis K. It 7 p. m.
8t. LonlaACulroK.lt 5 p. m.
OhloHlver p. in.
Miss Liver arrives Wed , Sat. Mon.
departs Wed.. Fri. A Sun,
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time to time Is city papers Change vnnr oar. is sr.
CordinL-ly. W.M. M. ML'KPIIV. P. M
617 St. Charles St. Si. LOUIS, MO.
A. rKulr Orarlunte Ci'two medical
colieifes, has been loiife, ent(aKed in the trea'.
nient of C'liroiiio, Nervous, tSLiin nml
lllnoil Diseases than anv other iliyilclan In
St. Lou If, as city papers show and all ild resi
dents know, ('onsultatlonatotr.ee or by mall,
free and Invited. A frlendlv t;.lk or hi opinion
Costs noihliiK. When It Is llcol.velilent PivHIt
the city for treatment, medicines can be sent
bymallor express everywhet". ( nrable cases
(riiaraiileed : where doubt exists It is frankly
atuted. tailor Write,
Nervona Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Berfoilal and other
alfertlonaof Throat, Skin and Bones, Llood
ImpnrltUs and Blood Poisoning, -kla Affee-
tlona, Old Sure and I'lcers, Impedimenta to
Marriage, Bheumatlsm, riles. 5P,!i! .
tent Ion t eases from over-worked liraWi.
KIROICAL CASES refelve special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudence. ExressM,
Indulgences or Exposares,
It Is self-evident that a phvslelan eaylnn
particular attentlonto a elasof raset. attains
Kreut skill, and physicians Inreirular praetlee
all over the country knowing tlil. freo eiitly
recommend caea to tbeoldest ollice Ir merl.
ca, where every known appliance Is te. ortec
to, and the proved Rood reiiT rf al,
aifes and countries are used, A whole hinse ii
used for otllce purposes, and all are treated with
skill in a respectful manner! Btid, know.ng
what todo, no experiments are mad, (n ..e
count of the great number applvlns-, U'J
charges are kept low. often lower than Is re
manded by others. If you secure the ski 1 ml
ip-la speedy and perfect life cure, that .s .lie
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