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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER C, 1878.
NEW SEMES-NO. 107
II II II M
(ittOCKlW AND COMMISSION MEKCIIANTS.
gTRATTON & BIRD,
Wholesale G rocers
57 OHIO LEVEE.
AflENTS AMERICAN POWDERCOMP'Y
W. sthattos, alro. T. Iluii), Missouri.
Arrival ami Departure of Trains.
ILLINOIS CENTIiAL HAII.HOAD.
Kriip-M 2 ;) ! 1 :10 p.m.
v 4:la.m. 1op.i.
j r,.i.'t' 7:Klu.m :wa.m.
lrcl"ut ti::ni ii.tn. 4::p.iu.
CAUiO AND YINCENNES llAll.KOAD.
t,,M W:ii ii.m. 4:4.1a.m.
ftT LOUS: I. M . AN Ei bO I'TH E US liAU.ItoAD.
Finn-" S:Hlii.m. 8:00p.m.
' CAiitOAND hT. LOl'lS JtAII.KOAH.
Through Expn-t r,:ir.p.m. 10:ia.m.
Slurphisboro A ciiiiiino'lalioii.l J p.m. iM.lp.m.
Except Sunduy. t Except .Monday.
( KNKHAI. DELIVERY open 7:M a. ui.j cIof
1 H::ii p.m.: Sunday: S to U a. m.
Money Order Department opeu at S a. in.; close
Throii.-h Elprcs M:i'.! vl HHiiol Centra! and
MlMl-sli.pl i-iiiral It.iil ro:.l- rlos- at : n p. rn.
Cairo itinl Poplar Itlull 'i'liruub Bud Wuy .Mall
Close nl p. m.
Way Mu.l via IHInol Central. Cairo ami in-cenm-
ami Miss.mppl Central liaiituads close at
i... I p. in.
Way .Mail fur Narrow (ianij Kallruad c'.o'c at 8
Cairo sml EvatiMlile lilvr Koute close at 'i::yi
p. in. d.i.y lexccpt rrliliyi.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R
Shortest ami Quickest Route to
St. Louis and Chicago
rpilF. o'i!v road raiidiii' two dally tralli from Cairo
Jl urikln diri" t roini", Hon it It Eat-ru linen.
MAIN LEAVE CAIKm1 :lii p. m : Eat ev
tip . arnvitij in st l.oui- ;:' p. hi.: Chba-;ii :
.. . I . t il... , I t. I. 1 I i .11 vi ' If 1- II .1
Line, am iii,j m i in iiinau i .". m ii'"1"
7:4i a. in.; Iinliaiiaiioli 4:15 a.m. I'assciiser. by
Lt trail: arrive a! aVove points
12 TO 3'i IIOUUS IN ADVANCE
Of any ether ro'rtc.
(l . I i i P m. Fut Mull, with '
r attached, fur
'r ' .t l.ul. I
ft. a i lid k.h hrr vnj'j in St
1 . ..l . . . ..... I'iil.'u 1 I. ' '111 11 Til . I i 1 1 1 ll .(' I
J .ill! I- IM 'i . r y mi ...... ........... ... .
I im at ( i-lhi or Etliuham lor Ciii'.iuiiat.. Lo.:i"ilii
FAST TIME EAST.
i i' Vi':w,, ,!,! " v" ,l,r"1
1 1 ' t lillO ,. K.t-t !lln:lt i
il-lar r.ini. 'l liv Mim'.ay Inli rv.-iiir.1 I ii" f-itnr-v
-if'. Tire i n tf.iin In. in ('.I'M .irrl In New iirk
M.iuil iv iniiriiin.' at !n:iV 'i'l.:r!;.-!x Unru in a;-
.(!:' i-f 1ITJV iille r rnl.te
;r A"lv.:rl.-iuei.t i if riiiTiji. tnu' !::! tiiat t'i y
V ie li'ii' r tun- lliiliti.." !i- ::' I'-'e'l eit!,. r
I! i-.i-,i.!i i.-nnra-ve nr a !-- r.- In :u;-'.-.-l me pi:ti!n .
Fur ! :ini. .!. iii k-t :!! iiifor-iial'mi apply al 1 U i
i.(.i 'i ir-:ii K.ii ro.ii1 il-jM.t. ' Vni.
TIJAIN-' Ai;i;I E A I' t .i;:o:
.1 . .It ill NM iN. 'o'l.'i ?Miiti. rn ,: t.
J II. JONES. 'I i 1. t A:' iii.
WIRO t ST. LOUIS l. R.
,111 L" i
liHtrtfU IJ tf 1U
Shortest Line to St. Louis!
rpiIE train" hv th! road nuinect at St. I.oul and
1 Ivi-I St. Loula with all other liue tu the EAsl,
Ol('ni AND hi) l' TIL
Throtich c?pre leaven Cal-o t a m.
Tliniii.'ii expri- arrive at Eut St. Louin K:p.m.
Murplivftwini aeeouinioilation leaviw t'alni v! : 1 fl p.m.
MuiphVilioni -c arrive, at .Mimihytioro r:W p.m.
'iiirouih expr.-i-leaves Eft St. LoiiIh. . . . H:t:a.ni.
Throii 'h cprm. arrive at Cairn fiM.'ip.m.
M'irpl: .'iiiro hit. leave Murpiiynhoru. "'
Murpliji-lwro uec. arrive at Culm IS:." p.m.
ll'f fAf I'l.'PTHK Cairo and SI. I.oul
Jil.Mri.Mnlll'Kniirimd I the only ALL
KAIL UOl'TE between Cairo ami St. Lotii under
one mana.'eiiieiil; therefore there are no delay al
vmv ' iii)ii awaitini'Coiineetioii from other line.
iVr 1'iiMenu'er vtoim: North, Northeast aud NV et
fhoiild not h:iy their ticket until they have exam
ined our rat'' and route.
L. M. JOHNSON, (leneral ManiR' T.
(i. T. Wlli'n.orK. I'liH-ensrer Airent.
JNO. It. WINSTON. Freight A-.-ent.
QA1RO it VINCENNES R. R.
l HIT T?m THE SlIOliTEST KOl'TE TO
4 7 WW THE SHOUTKST TO LOCIS-4-7
MILr.S vil.l.E. CINCINNATI, DAL
TIMOUE AND WASUINOTON.
0 I M TT fsJ THE SIIOUTEST TO INDIAN;
M M I liES AI'Ol.lS.l'lllLADEU'lllA.NEW
YUHK AND 110STON
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over train or all other Milieu nmUliis the fiimo
tf" l'iienuerii bv other route to make cnntiec
(Ion. niu.t ride all" liiuht. waiting from one to lx
loin at "mall country nation for trains of con
1 V A 1 1.' A Ml V T?TI1 B FACT ami take our 4 :4."i
JlIVU IvAIIJCjIV n. m. train, reaching Evan
vllhi, IndlanapnllK, Cincinnati ami Loiilvllle nniu
ilav. Train leave ami arrlvu nt Cairo u follow:
Mall leave 4:45 a.m.
Mall nnlve lll:(Mp.m.
Through ticket and check to all Important
V. A. Ml 1. 1. Kit wmWELLMILLF.il.
Ueu l l'a. Aiient, (ieneral Sup't.
L. U. Clll'IK'H, rnenier Ancnt.
gT. l,r I. M. & SOUTHERN.
Bxre leaveacalro dully i:0llp.n.
Uxpre nrrlveiiit Cairo dally d:uiii.bi
If you art) a man of bu.lncmi. weakened by tliu
train or your uutiej, avoltl tunuiaiita ami uiku
If yon am a nmn of letlern, tolling over your mid
uluht work, to ruBioru liriiin and uervu wuhIu, taku
If you aru yountf, ind wuH'urliiK from any ludlo-
cniiiim or uiitfipttiiuu, iuku
If you aro married or alnulci, old or yoiinu, atiflVr
niK iroin poor ueaiin or laiiKiimuiiiK on
a livd of elckni-nii. taku
Whoever you aru, wherever yon are, whunever you
K el lliul your hj nielli neeim cii-uiiHinif, ioutll
or tlmulHtlii, without IntoxkatliiK, taku
HOP 13 LTTEltS.
Have you tlvtiprp.la, kidney or nrlimryromplalnt,
illeiii of tlm Hlouinr )i, howeln, hlood, liver, or
nurvenr You will he cured If you take
If you are nliuply ulllnt;, are weak and low spir
ited, trv It! Iluy It. IiiIm upoult.
Your tl rn (jrilt" t keepa It.
It may nave your life. It haw oved hundred.
DYEING AND KKN0VATINO.
yOL'H OLD CLOTHES
CAN ITS HEAUTiri.'I.LV
DYED Oil REPAIRED
At a Trllllni! Kxii'iist-C. 0. D.
CHAS.HELLEV, X0. 30 EIGHTH ST.
Ladlea and (ientu' old had mado now.
THE DAILY IlI I-UTIN.
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Thi. I'nlrrt T.-1 1 1 n t.,.t.rtf IM.r.n It.
hit T r i r i. ...... ..in, u ,.i..!.. ......
.ii. .iii1-"1" . "I... ......
ii hi. Hit ami a ili lerriiiniition to mnki;
iiirimii "' fe!"i'iH wormy tne uiipport
juiiwui oi n pairom
II II !
Jt , . PuWislietl Every Moniin?,
t t i r- f t
t.I.r.l-.X.I-.n MONDAYS EXCEITED.
lt vi:; t'.iihtnce In lit" fo!nmn daily
. . . "f n'lcti character a we trn.t La'
AAA prove ihe ei.iial of the cheapei-t and
i 01 our ' oiiienipurarie.
Tlie POLITICAL CAMPAI0X
now p.-mll'!, i" oi.e of ''r"iit Import
aliee i nli'liiered ill l oth il Nlilioll.'i
uliil M:i''.' a-iieein; a full ( uiiL're
-inliill ii-ii"'niii,n will he flunM-ii
(.".'I'latlire in to lie elected w .'ill ll
will ileleruillie the uece--r to Hull
11. J. U.'li-l.v in the Lniled Slnt
Si nut". Il-Hevii,; ihe nui io of ihe
DeiniHtitle party lo he rcntiul to
II. e luiill.tailinlM e of ''tmil ''uverij'
rnnieiit. the llitlieliu will aluav he
r-miid adviM-atiin! it inca"iire and
.laholllii' for the niece' of It repre
'elilative. To promote thee define
til,; eriil everv Id uiim rat rhould ex;
rt hluix'lf in ili-MiiiiiiuIim; the
truth of hi party, and ill no way
i nn thl lie more ellectually done
than hy the circulation of Lis huinu
The Daily Bulletin
I nerved to cltv uhcrlher hv car
rler at TWENTY-FIVE CENTS per
ween, payaniu weeKiy.
I By mall (in advancel: ono year,
llo; ix month. f; tlin-e month,
j.jJ; ouu inoiitli, $1. rutai!u frvu
Flrt lnerllon, per Kiuaru Il.flt)
suheiuciit Inw-rtlou Ml
I For one week. pcrciinro S.tW
, For two week, per muaru 4..VI
Forthr'ii week, per iiiaro.... Bin)
;For one month, per iiuiirc 7.0U
' i.. .... i. ...i.n.i. i . . .
uni.il uuiiiiiwnui piiiire i.w
T T T
EK'ht lines of nonpareil (wild)
conr-tilute a iMiire.
Dlplayed advertlementi will bo
charged aceorillnu to the npace, at
jiuiove rani mere neinij twvlvu lines
oi omi iypu io i ne men.
Toreirti ar auvertier wo o er u
neriiir Inducement, hoth a to rate
of charu'e unit manner of displaying
Notice In local column lnerte
fur twenty cent per line tlrt lner
lion; ten cent per Hue forcucutib'
Special notice Inserted for ten
cent per Hue for llrt Insertion flvo
cent lor each ulieiUeut Insertion
ol lee ol (teat ti UUU nuirriiiL'e
twentv cent tier line.
All letter and and comniuulcalloni
hhonlil he nddrecd tu
I'ho Cairo Bulletin
N N N
I JNO. H. OllEULY, Uvu'l Manager,
WATCnES. JEWELBY, ETC.
Edward A. Buder
(Hiiccetaor to E. & V. Iludor),
And Dealer! In
Watclics, Clocks, Fine Jewelry
Cor. Eiiflitli St. and Wasliliiffton Ave.
Watchmaker & Jeweler
NO. 10 EIGHTH STIIDET,
Uclween Commercial nud I f1ilMl 111
WanhlUKton uve., )' VtlHU, Xli
IXE WATCHWOJfK A SPECIALTY.
ttTEtiKravlngaud all kind, of repalrlu',' neatly
inc. , ,
ttrM kind of Solid Jewelry made to order.
WHOLESALE WINES AND UlOliS.
I SMYTH it CO.,
Wholesale and IU-tulI Dealer iu
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kinds,
NO. 00 OHIO LEVEE.
MESSHS. SMYTH & CO. have coiitant:y a iar.-e
.ti u b nf i Im )'i.l em ,il In the inarkei and five
i.ecial attention to the wnoletaie oraucn ui iuu
TAINTS, OILS, WALL IWi'EIt, I.TC.
Wintluw GLiss, Wimliiw Sliutli'S. Etc
Alwava on hand the celebrated ii.im:.satin
A xi r o v a Oil.
Bros' FtilMli!!:. Com-
Iili-iclal AM'., I
JNSU15ANCE AOENCY OF
AVeLES it KEliTII.
MillvilleF,ru to'' NJ-'
Ti.Sv?! 'lOf Philadelphia: i-.tabll-hed In HI.)
l 11 1011 , A-si-t. siti.ii:''.
L,;,..111,., ' (.Of Daytuu.O.i.
f ireilliUl S iA-et 4U0.KI-:.
Vn.iii.-iii (Of Fr-eport. II!- .
Vienna u A.-t. m.:rx.
l'.ISKS WH ITT EN AT FA I It HATES.
Office in Alexander County Tl.-iiic.
A N D
Dealer in lresli Meat.
Ilotwocn 'Washington nntl Com
lnorcial Ar,, ruljolninst Ilunnyw.
KEEPS for mile the best neef, Pork, Miilton. Veal,
l.iunb, Sausane, Jkc, and 1 prepared to uervu
families In an acceptable luauuer.
IJLOOMINGTON LAW SCHOOL.
Jutlco II. M. Penjamlii, Dean: Elementary and
Constliutlouul Law. Jiiilu'ii O, T. lleeves, 'Tori
nud Equity. O, W. Aldrieh, I'll. D, LL. D.. I nn
tract ami Heal Property. Hon. Lawrence Weldnu,
1'li'iiilliiK, A, O. Karr, l.L. H., Evidence ami Crimi
nal Law. Diploma ou two years atteiiduncv, admit
to the liar of Illinois. Prizes for best cMiiulnailoti
on w hole course. First prize, I(T, Mud prize, v.
Three term a year. Tulllon Sin tier term. Fall
term bruin Tlinrsdav, Septeuiher 1','. ISTH. For
lurlher Information upplyto A. U. KA It It, llluom
UNIVEHsITY OF VIIIOINIA.-Sesion he
k'lns nn the First of October, and continue nine
month. The Institution I oritunlzed on tin1 elec
tive system, ulvlnil the student free choice of stud
le, with full course In thu School of thuAcadss,
inle Department and Iu Ihe School of Law,
Medicine, Knulnccrinir and Agriculture. For cat
nlmue applv to the Neruutary of the Faculty, P, U
I'ulverally of Vlrelnln.
JAMES F. HAHHISON. M.D.,
CUalrinauof tlio Faculty,,
Snceziii; Catarrh, Chronic Ca
tarrh, Ulcerative Catarrh,
permanently cured by
SanfonV Hadleal Cure for Cartarrh l a aafo, cer
tain, and permanent cure for taturrh of every form,
anil I tne mot iicrlcc.l remedy ever itevisen. ll I
purely a v tiille dlpiilhillnu, aud I applied local
ly by InHumatlon, und constitutionally liyluteruul
uilinlnl-lruliiiii. Locally applied, relief I Instanta
neous, ll ili illlc. heal, and cleanses I lie nasal
passage ol every ieehiijl of heaviness, ohstrilction,
dullness onll.lues, t oustitiilliiiially administer
ed it renovate the- blond, purines It of the acid
poison w ilh which ll I always charged In catarrh,
stimulate the stomach, liver and kidneys, perfect
digestion, make new hlood, and permit the form
ation of sound. Iieullliv tls.iie, and tlually ohtuhw
complete control over the disease. The reinarkuhlo
enrative power, when all other remcdic utterly
lail, of Saiidl'ord'a liadical Cure, are attested by
thousand who erutelully recommend ll to i llo.v
suHerer. No slaii iiieiit I made rcirardiiiit It that
caumit he subslaiitiiited hv the most respectable
and relluhle reference. It I a rcut and (jood med
icine, ond worthy all roiitldeuee. E.ich pai kai;e
coiituiii" a treatise on catarrh and Dr. Sanfurd's Im
proved luhailiuK Tuhe, and lull direction fur lis
use lu all case. l'ricu$l.
All Enthusiastic Friend of Sanfortl's
McIIattox. lin vsT & llnowx's Fihe and 1
Ma hi Ne lNsniAM-r. AnKvev, v
S.'i I'lne Slreel. St. Louis, .Mo., Feb. 7. 1H77
A. A Mki.iiku. Wa-hlnu'ton A v., City. Dear Mel
Her: I have for some years heeii troubled withca
t irrh. ami for the past two year hae sutl'crcd scr-inti-ly
wlih ll. S in i-in vour advert ieinent of
Saiilord Hemeily i Uadical Curei, I decided to try
It. 1 have used o'nlv two bottles, and n a result I
f.-el so inui h relieved Unit I persume on oar person
al relation and write thi to yuuaud nsk lliat you
take siiiiie measure to uci ll more jirost)iii'iill v In'
lore tlie pilliiic. that other ui'iy have such relief a
I haw. 1 Irivu recomiiieiu d It loqulte'a nuniher of
my frk'inl. all of w hum have e.siii'i ssed to me their
hl;h .-atiniate of It value and uod effect with
I reilly think It p.irticularlv adapted to want of
St. I.iiiis people, and they nil oulit to know of it,
and tlose who need it sho'ulii try ll. I will risk the
a-sertliiu that Iimi liu. viiils'in-1 sample) to be
L'ivi-nuwuv will sell as many botth-.
Trv sou'ie plan. Let the people have It; they
Deed 1. I believe I could sell Il lilillll-M myself -ofcoiisevou
could laryelv lucrcii-e thl number
Why mi try it? Yours truly. VM. IIOWEN.
Sold iv all who!cale and retail dnl'.'Nt and
deaien-l'ii medicine throuL'hout tin- 1 lilted Stales
and I inadas. WEEKS X I'OITEli. tinieral
Ak'eiil-ind wholesale ilrn-wist. Iloston. Mu-s.
Collins Voltaic Plasters.
MESSUS. WEEKS A POTTER: vientlcmeu-
Om year li.'o vva seled vfitll a severe atlaek of
lll'i unuiliMii Iii my ruiil hip. to whu li I was snb-J'-rt.
I tried Hie various liiiiiin nt and rheumalic
core, hit mIiIioiU leit le iieilt. when my sun, a
lri.ist. siiiVi sied one ol your Collins' Voltaic
I'in-ii r-. Tin- etlecl was almost m:ii:ical, lur. lo mv
"Mleful fitrpise. I was iilnmst luiniediiilely well
liriiin. and was able to wuri! upon my mini as usual
whe.-i-as, tielore tlie upplieaiion nl tlie plaster,
Cu'llll do lliilllilli. Illkd every step L':ive lllepaill. A
f v weeks lini-. line veiir iVoni tlie llrst a!t:ek. til
disease relume, I. but t am happy to say the second
ir,iei as i nuri'ioiis as li e lu-i, ami I am now wen
My wife wish,-, me to mill thai one ilnter h.i
cured In r of a Verv hniie b.uk. Welhluk llnro I
nolliine iu the wuriil of leiuedles lliul can compare
with Ibe Collins' Voliale Clusters fur rheumatism
mid In me back, and cheerfully r-ciuiiuieinl them to
tlie se.li.-iin. Ymirs v, r' respeeiliillv.
.iiiL.tM), .Me., June ll. is; f l:oEli'T COMTt-iN
MT A Vl'ACK XOSTISl'M.
(KVTUMKN-l li'Tebv certify that for several
venrs tei.t 1 have li-ed the iiliuie l'iat-r III mv
pra-tiie. and huve never known them to tail In
nllnr.lili'.' speeilv relief III those case fur which tbey
are reciiinmeniled. Tnev ar" not a quack no-iriim
lull a remedial aent of ureal value. Verv truly
yours. . i . cui.m.ns, m. u
Dlchsl'oKT, Me., May -r, 171.
NiK'K '.: CENTS.
He careful to obtain Collins' Voltaic Plotter,
combination of electric and voltaic plates with a
hlL'lilv niedieated plaster, u seen Un the above cut.
Sold liv all wholesale ami retail dr Il'l'IsI throUL'h-
uit Ihe I lilted Slates und Citnadus.and by WEEKS
,v rut I Lit. proprietors, l.osluii. .Muss,
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
W. P. HALLIDAY, Pre-ldent.
11. L. HALLIDAY. Vlce-l're.ldent.
WALTEH HYSI.OP, Cashier.
. STA.T TAVI.oll, W. P. IIAt.MDAV,
IIENI1Y L. 1IAI.I.IHAV, II. II. fl'KMNlillAM,
II. II. W1I.LIA.MSUN, STKriltN Hllll),
II. II. CANHtK.
Ex'Ikui.p, Coin ami United States Bonds
llOL'CIHT AND SOLD.
Dcpnslt received and a general banking lulne
JNTEIIPRISE SAVINGS BANK,
Cliurteri'd Muivh .11, lUflO.
OFFICE IN CITV NATIONAL BANK,
INTEREST paid on ileposlt March lit anil Pep
telliher 1st. Interest not withdrawn I added Im
iiieillalely to the principal of the deposits, thereby
Kiviug ineui compound inieresi.
lClillilrfnnnilmrrli'l wnmcn may delimit
money ami no one else can draw It.
WALTER IIYSLOP, Thkasuheii.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAM
Liverpool, September 5, 2:00 r.M.
Wheat quiet Winter, 0s9s !M; Spring
California club, 10s M&10s Corn
new, 23s 0d2:Js OU; oM, 27s 3l27s fjd.
CIIICAOO CHAIN AND l'KODLCE.
CincAuo, Septembers, 10:00 a. m
Corn October, 37. Pork October,
3 G5(&8 07 i. Wheat Seotember, 87;,u
a.skcil; October, 88 bid.
CiuCAdO, September 5, 11 A. M. Corn-
September, 'J0?i bid; October, 38 bid.
Pork October, $3 70 bid. Wheut-Scp-tomber,
88-ftf bid; Octolier, 88, bid.
CmcAiio, Septembers, 12:00 m. Pork
October, $8 07J8 70. Corn Septem
I)er,0M:i0 ; October, a838 Wheat
October, 88JJ bid.
New Y'ouk, September, 5, 12:01 r. m.
Wheat quiet No. 2, Chicago, 1 12
1 13; No. 2 Milwaukee, Ijl 14(1 15;
Winter easier; Red Winter, $1 0(!tl 11;
No. 2, Red Winter, 1 08,i4'djl 08 2'; Am
ber, $1 01 12. Corn quiet, steady;
steamer, 4!)41,.,' ; No. 3, 40; No. 2, SO
50,. Gold, 100.
Paris, Aug. 20th 1873. There is no rea
son why our own success, or excellence, iu
the Manufacture of agricultural machinery
should blind us to the splendid achieve
ments of other countries iu'this department;
and after a few hours study of the English
annex one cannot help being impressed by
tlie great progress made by the Mother
country in the invention and perfection of
ponderous agricultural machines. The ap
plication of steam to agriculture is of com
paratively receut introduction, aud, indeed,
may bo said to date from scarcely OOeajs
ago; but the idea is old, and many clear
sighted men seem to have foreseen its final
adoption. The reasons of the tardy appli
cation of steam to a branch of industry in
which it h is proved so effective, and, in fact
the relatively recent leap, so to speak, w hich
all agricultural Machinery made, about this
time steam plowing came into fashion, is
probably to bo sought not so much in the
character of the Machinery itselt as m a
change of the social constitution of the
countries in which a demand for high class
machinery bus arisen. When labor is
cheap and the cultivation ol tlie soil is what
writers call "intensive" rather than "exten
sive," the outlay of capital for new inven
tions is out of the quystlm owing to the
hw price of grain. But in the last few
years there have been, so to speak, great
revolutions in the labor of cert tin parts of
Europe. In Southern Russia, for instance,
tlie demand for agricultural machinery has
arisen chiefly from the emancipation of the
serfs, u revolution which has resulted in n
state of things similar, it seems, to that of
Ireland. The peasant is satisfied to live on
the little property that has fallen to his
share, and lias left the great proprietors in
the difficult position of having much land
and a great demand for its products, but no
laborers. In Hungary there is also a de
mand for steam driven plow. In France
and parts of Germany the soil is so divided
up into minute farms that want of capital
pievents tho purchase of expensive imple
ments by individual holders. England not
withstanding the fact that she has an ad
vanced system of working the land, is wu
an agricultural country, and is becoming
every year less of a grain grow ing one; but
her implements have done much to revolu
tionize tho methods in other countries, and
at this exhibition they tako in some re
spects tho first position. It seems as if
England, having untislied her own wants,
has turned her inventive faculty chiefly to
those of tho foreigner. Nearly every exhib
itor in the British Agricultural annex has
this or that apparatus adapted to the special
requirements of ono country or another, ami
a visit to this annex, with the aid at differ
ent stands of tho representatives of the
firms exhibiting, is, I need scarcely udi
very interesting. Soinoof these gentlemen
have spent years in the countries for which
their si'veral Machines are made, and their
explanations are, in many cases, u fresh
pago in tho history of husbandly. This is
Indeed a feature of the department in ques
tion, ami added to the uniform courtesy
with whicn every Inquiry is at once replied
to by all from tho chief to the porter, much
contrasts with tho statu of things in the
French branch, where it is rare to find tho
porson in clmrgo of the machine, and who,
when ho U found, is in a flitter state to re-
I celvo information tlnm to Impart it. The
French liavo a largo collection of portable
engines, threshing machines and other im
plements, but I remarked nothing new in
their construction. I remarked also that
English portable, engines, even with tho
duty and transportation paid can compete
with thoso exhibited by France, while I
need not add that in point of workmanship
the French engines cannot put forward ii
claim to perfection, Everything iu tho
French branch is painted ready for use,
while tho English exhibitors havo purposely
left their steel work freo for examination.
A much more interesting display than tho
French, though much smaller, is that of tho
United States. Here ore shown mowers.
reapers, ami sheafbinding reapers, for
which several American firms are well
known on both sides of the Atlantic. What
strikes one chiefly is the lightness and han-
liness of everything they, and, I must add,
tho Canadian manufacturers show, and also
the cneapness of their machines. No doubt
but that American ingenuity has had nu
effect to awaken English manufacturers, and
many a pretty little contrivance, and some
times a big one proves that the English
have something besides a market for their
productions. Americans have done every
thing iu their power to make an impression
upon the visitor to their agricultural sec
tion; valuable metal and carving have not
been spared to give brilliance to the ma
chines on their stands, and 1 heard the inm
ii til remark that glass cases should have
been placed over some of them. The Amer
ican display is, however, very attractive for
other reasons than this, and having with
characteristic ingenuity set all the knives
and rakes of their reapers and mowers in
motion, they have avoided the solemn si
lence of the English and French agricultu
ral annexes. And this is really not un
important, for many aro attractad to tho
American shed by the mere novelty of mo
tion in agricultural machinery.
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