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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
rasr loMiKt (aovuATi itoarrau).
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTT
lilun lra In Nelence and N ii'loty.
Cham hers' Journal is icopnnsibli) for
Before tlm Pari Exhibition w:u nimn
to the pulilic, hihI wlion tlm buililing
oonlaincti only tlm ruses which were le
inp rangt'il for the rrsptH'tivn exhibits,
cjuito a fi'mvd mie Suiultiy tlnttenetl
Iheir noses np:iin.ot, the. pltiM I'litranec
door to look nt I lie contents of a case
-ontnitiiii it Mirif linou. a haltcrnd
hat, ail ovi'ivoai nuirli llm worse for
wear, and a necktie, of many olors, llm
report lit'inp riivuliiteil thai tlm oltjeels
I -Un ftl l Kinp Pailn'il. I!losjii,r
re, of Charles X. The enigma was
holveil by a painter nrriWiii:' and throw
ing ofl his blmiMf and Mippers, and
t'omnieneine; to tlri'ss himself amidst,
what was a puzzle to him, loud-laughter,
in which the police, joined.
Referring to mistaken ideas about
relies, recalls the story in a (Je.rman pa
per about a certain professor, which is a
THE BILL KIT MPS' AHVKNTTRB
of Pickwick. This German antiquary
niado thn delightful discovery that a
stone placed over a stable-door bore the
inscription 1081. "I must have this
atone in my collection, cost what it
may," thought the savant. Calling a
tenant fanner, who was the proprietor,
thn Professor said him eagerly: "Iid
you not obtain I his stone from the cas
tle, ruin on thn hill yonderr"'
It may be that my grandfather
fetched it thence when he built the sta
ble," was the reply.
The antiquary then asked what he
would take for the stone.
"Since you appear to have a fancy for
it." said the farmer, "give nie forty
guldens and I will bring it to your
"Rather a large sum," said the Pro
fessor; "but bring it to my resilience,
and you shall have the money."
When in due course the farmer
brought the siono upon a truck, the
zealous antiquary turned it over to io
fresh his eyes with a siglit of its vener
able chronological inscription, not with
out anxiety that it might have been
damaged in its removal.
"Why," he exclaimed, "what is this?
NOTTIIK Rionr STONK.
On the stone I bought from yon was the
date 1081, while this bears the very
modern date of 1801, which proves that
1 he other was exactly 720 years older
"Do not trouble about that," said the
peasant "The masons, you see, sir,
turned the stone upside down when
they set it in the doorway, because it
titled better that way. You can turn it
whichever way you like, but of course I
must have the money agreed upon."
The Professor, it is said, at once paid
the whole sum, and gave the man a
present besides to take away the stone
and say no more about the matter.
Tue numerous instances of mistaken
identity on record are constantly re
ceiving new additions. There w an
amusing account of a French lady who
was very jealous of her husband, and
determined to watch his movements.
On one occasion, when he told her he
was going to Versailles, she followed
him, keeping him in .sight until she
missed him in a passage leading to the
railway station. looking about her for
a few minutes, she saw a man coming
out of a glove-shop with a rather over
dressed lady. Making sure from the
distance that this man was her husband,
she came suddenly up, and, without a
word of warning, gave him three or
four boxes on the ear. The instant the
gentleman turned round she discovered
her mistake, and, at the same time
caught sight of her husband, who hail
merely called at a tobacconist's, and
was crossing the street. There was
nothing for it but to faint in t he arms of
the gentleman whose cars she had
boxed, while the other lady moved
away to avoid a scene. The stranger,
astonished to find an unknown lady in
his arms, was further startled by a gen
tleman seizing him by the collar and
demanding what he meant by embrac
ing that lady.
"Why, she boxed my ears and then
fainted," exclaimed the aggrieved gen
tleman. "She is my wife!" shouted the angry
husband, "and would never have struck
you without a cause." And worse than
angry words would probably have fol
lowed had not the cause of the whole
misunderstanding recovered sufficient
ly to explain how it all happened.
A Loudon pniter gave an account of
another case of mistaken identity in
connection will) a tlisiinguished person
age. An aged couple in high life, who
were celebrating their golden wedding,
by way of concluding the festivities on
that occasion adjourned with the chil
dren and their respective belongings to
a theatre, in which to accommodate so
large a patty two boxes had been
knocked into one. The eldest son. wiio
strongly resembles his Royal High
ness TMH. rillNf V. OK M AI KS,
stepped forward and occupied Ihe ren
ter seat with the ladies of the paiiy be
side him; upon which Ihe orchestra
struck up the national anthem, and the
audience rose lo I heir feel ri imixxe,
the innocently unconscious p:irl, of
course, doing the same themselves.
There is no doubt that people ol rath
er unusual proportion had an awkward
time of it when the Clnimam w jih mi
large. A story goes ihm a corpulent
gentleman once took a box nt Canter,
ury Hall. First one person, then
another, eyed him, until at length the
counterpart of the Claimant liecumo the
center of observation. A cheer arose,
the singing was suspended, and hii
ovation was the result. The supposed
Sir Roger rose and bowed his ackuowl
vdgwents. Rut this was not enough.
He must speak. The manager an
nounced that "Sir Roger" had a cold,
and could not speak. Fearing the
consequence, If the audience discovered
their mistake, he had the ' Claimant"
removed as quietly as possible in a cub
eut in a roundabout way to h4 home.
TflK INTOXICATKD MtlOKLA YLK
who squared up to a post, and main
tained a one-sided light, affords an ab
surd illustration of mistaken Identity,
but if we eau rely upon newspaper re
ports, such ludrieous incidents are sur
passed by several which have happened
in tho neighborhood of Morcnmbe.
Some time ago the body of what was
supposed by tho discoverer to be a hu
man being was found lying on the
beach near the place above named,
.having undoubtedly been left there by
the receding tide. ' The usual prepara
tions for holding an orthodox inquest
were put in force and kept going, until
tho examination of a medical man
proved the suspected human corpse to
tto but the corpse of a monkey, which
had probably been thrown overboard
from sonio ship, and which so closely
resembled in appearance a human be
ing as to require a doctor to tell the dif
ference. Such a mistake looks either
like a gross Mattery upon a dead monk
ey or an unconscious satire upon hu
man nature, -calculated tit delight all
believers in the Darwinian theory.
A not unnatural mistake was that
made by the policeman who arrested a
Dublin youth under what appeared to
Al'M'ICIOl S ( II'l't'M STANf'KS.
The young gentleman referred to was
at a party in the Irish capital, and
joined with great spirit in a game of
forfeits. Amid the fun and merriment
it was proposed that to regain his for
feit, he should pay a visit to the turf
slacks on the adjacent canal bank and
bring some turf into the room. Think
ing only of the diversion that his re
turn, with an armful of turf would cre
ate, he immediately hastened to the
place indicated, tilled his arms, and was
in the act of returning, when to his
horror he became it ware thai n police
man was in pursuit. Almost para
lyzed with fright, he dropped his bur
den and awaited the oilicer's arriv
al. "(), constable," he stammered, "I've
been playing a game of forfeits, and
was told lo bring some turf from the
canal into the house."
"Not a bad story, but you'll have
to come with me," declared the con
stable. There had been continued complaints
of turf-pilfering, so, regardless of his
protestations, the uulm-ay youth was
locked up for the night. The first in
timation hii merrymaking friends re
ceived of his whereal outs was when
next morning they heard thai he had
been explainiiej: the niislrike tit the
presiding magistrate, who fortunately
comprehended the case in a moment
and dismissed it.
A M ISCOV'KI'TION AS LI'DHUUIS,
but in which lh.e policeman figured less
creditably ihitu the one just referred to,
took place in the Isle of Man. At a
Deemster's court in Uamsay n Jew was
about to be sworn to give evidence. As
Jews are always sworn on the ( lid Tes
tament, and not, the New, the Deemster
requested tint constable in attendance to
fetch an Old one. After awhile that
worthy returned, and handed to the
witness an ancient-looking dilapidated
book, which, on being examined, proved
to be a New Testament. The Deems
ter's attention being called to it, ho
asked the cons) able why he hud not
lirought nn Old Testament, to which
tho innocent reply was: "Please your
Honor, it, was the oldest one I could
An amusing blunder was made once
by a dyer, who was given by .a farmer
four flannel shirts to be dyed a fast gray
color, instead of which he dyed them
blue. On wearing the garments, the
color came out of them so that, as tho
farmer curiously expressed it, "ho
looked like a red Indian;" and as it cost
him several shillings in baths to turn
himself into a while man again, he sued
the dyer and obtained damages.
A I.t DK'IOl S MISTAKK
is reported to have occurred at the
opening of a bazar in Masgow, at which
the Princess Louise and the Marquis
of Lome were present. A distinguished
clergeman was called upon by the
Chairman to conduct devotional exer
cises ; and tho reverend gentlemen had
commenced to read, when four pipers
of a Highland regiment, owing to sonio
misumlerstanding, struck up with a
wild shriek on tho bagpipes, by way of
a preliminary to "The Campbells are
('oming." The musie was promptly
stopped; but the solemnity of the pro
ceedings had of course been shaken.
An embarrassing incident, wo are
told, once happened loan (Englishman
in Rome. Filtering one of the churches
in that city, as a service was going on.
he sat quietly down, placing his hat on
the ground beside him. Some little
time passed, and as there seemed no
immediate prospect of the ceremony
coming to an end, he readied for his
hut, in order to leave, but was stopped
by an unseen hand, which grasped from
behind. Thinking some custodian of
the church wished him to remain till the
end of the service, he again wailed; but
his patience becoming exhausted, he
again reached for his hat, and again he
was prevented from going in tho siiine
manner. Convinced that the servico
was some really important one, tho
Englishman once more delayed his
departure; but, at the expiration of a
quarter of an hour he determined to go
in spite of etiquette, so ho repeated tno
same maneuver in the direction of his
head-covering. A third time the same
hand detained him; but as he deter
minodly resisted its grasp, a voice be
hind him exclaimed in Knglish: "I beg
.your pardon, but that is my hat you are
taking. ' Mich was tno met; no had
been detained all this while because
each time he had reached in mistake
for the hat of another stranger placed
in close proximity to his own.
t-tf" tbsvvv or dust of any kind, and
strong, caustic or poisonous solutions ag
gravate catarrh anil drive it to I lie. lungs.
Dr. rage Catarrh Kemedy cures ctuiirrn
by its mild, soothing, cleansing and healing
properties. Kuril puekage prepares one
pint ot the Kctnctiy reinly tor use, anil
costB only fifty cents. Sold by druggists.
So poBively certain is it in its results that
its formrr proprietor used to offer a stand
ing reward of fiOO for a case it would not
To lien Pecked HiiNlmnilN.
Wo recommund thoroughly steamboat trips,
To those who are tired of their wives,
For 'tis better to scald to death at once,
Than to pass in hot water jour lives,
And if you change your mind the best
thing for scalds or burns is Dr. Thom
as' Kclcctric Oil. Paul G.8ehul),ngcut.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 15, 1881.
A Huston merchant dying, left among
his papers a parcel of unpaid bills
against poor debtors, with a written
suggestion to his sons that perhaps tho
claims might as well be destroyed, as col
lecting them would undoubtedly causo
distress. The young men made a care
ful schedule of them, and placed a
lai,To proportion of the debtors' names
onthe "forgiven list" never intend
ing to collect them. One day, shortly
afterwards (says one of tho brothers),
an aged man entered the oflice, saying
he (mil come to pay an old debt. Ho
was from Cane Cod, and his bowed
form and humble dross and hard hands
indicated that his life had been one of
struggles and sorrows. My brother
(saytTtho narrator) turned to his desk,
and found the old man's name on tho
"Your note is outlawed," said he;
"it was dated twelve years ago, payable
in two years. No interest has ever
been paid; you are not bound to pay
this note. Wo can never recover tho
"Sir," said tho old man, "I wish to
pay it. It is the only heavy debt I have
in the world. It in ay bo outlawed
here, but. I have no child, and my old
woman ami 1 hope we have made our
peace with (toil and wish to do so with
man. 1 should like to pay it."
And he laid his bank notes before my
brother, requesting him to count them
I cannot take the money," said my
The old man became alarmed.
1 have cast the simple interest for
twelve years and a little over," said he.
"I will pay you compound interest if
you require it. Tho debt ought to have
been paid long ago; but your father,
sir, was very indulgent he knew I'd
been unlucky, and told nienot to worry
My brother then set the whole matter
plainly before him, andtakingtho bank
bills, returned them to the old man's
pocketbook, telling him that, although
our father left no formal will, he had
recommended to his children to destroy
certain notes, due bills, and other evi
dences of debt, and release those who
might be legally bound to pay lliein.
For a moment the old man appeared
to be stnpetied. After he had collected
himself, and wiped the tears from his
eyes, he said :
"From the time I heard of vour fath
er's death,-! have raked and scraped,
and pinched and siiared, to get the
money together for the payment of this
debt. About ten (lavs ago I bad made
P up the sum withhi -'0. My wife knew
how much the payment ol the ilehl lay
upon my spirits, and advised me to sell
a cow and make nn the difference, and
get tiie heavy burden off my mind.
"I did so; and now what will my old
woman say? I .must gel back to the
Cape and tell her this good news.
She'll probably repeat the very words
she used when she put In r hand on my
shoulder as we parted 'I have never
scon the righteous forsaken, or his seed
begging their bread.' "
Giving each of us a hearty shake of
the hand and a blessing on our dead
father's memory, ho went on his way
No Land on which the Sun Shines
Possesses greater natural advantages than
our own, but there are portions of the great
grain-bearing West and fertile South
where atmospheric influences prejudicial to
health militate against thum, in some de
gree, ns places of residence. Heavy rain
falls and the overflow of great rivers,
which upon their subsidence leave dunk
vegetation exposed to the rajs of the sun,
there beget malarial fevers, and there also
the inhabitants arc periodically obliged to
use some medicinal safeguard against the
scourge. The most popular is llostctter's
Stomach Hitters, a preventive that has lor
over a quarter ot a century afforded reliable
protection to those whom experience in the
futility ol ordinary remedies for lever and
ague, lias taught to substitute for them.
Whether intermittent or n mittent, mias
matic fevers lire, conquered and averted by
this superb anti-periodic and fortifying
medicine as they are by no other prepara
tion m use. I 'so it, and abandon impure
An interesting bit of antiquarian
furniture has been picked up by Lnscll
seminary, Aubiirndiile, Mass, -two
globes, celestial anil terrestrial, made
in London in Ikihi. The are yellow with
nge, but in good preservation and per
fectly distinct, The celestial globe has
tho name of the constellations merely,
instead of allegorical figures, as on the
globes of lo-day. Tfie other is of inter
est as showing'iit a glance the progress
in geographical knowledge during the
past eighty tears, The map of the
I'nited Stales shows the truly wonder
ful advancement of our country during
that lime, eighty y;ir ago. Ail be
yond the Alleghauies was a wilderness.
No Slates are laid down, only the
names of Indian tnlic, West, of the
Mississippi the name of Louisiana
stretches over a vast evlent of country
then under the authority of France, and
Mexico reaches ns fur north us the lati
tude of Kostoti, including the great
Slate of California, with all its undreaiii-ed-of
Shrewdness and Ahilily.
Hop Hitters so freely advertised in all
the papers, secular and religious, are hav
ing a large sale, and ate supplanting all
other medicines. There is no denying the
virtues ot the Hop plant, and the pmpric
tors of these Hitters have shown great
shrewdness and ability in compounding a
Hitters, whose virtues are so palpable to
every one's observation. Examiner and
Mr. (Jeorge K. O'llura, ihe live drtiggisl
of the town, Is always up to the times and
ready to meet the demands of his many
customers. Ha has just received a supply
of that wonderful remedy that is astonish
ing the world by its marvelous cures. Dr.
King's New Discovery for consumption,
coughs, colds, asthma, bronchitis, liny
fever, phthisic, croiip,whoopingcoiigli, tick
ling in the throat, loss of voice, hoarseness
or any affection of the throat and lungs.
This remedy positively cures, ns thousands
rnn testify. If you (hi not believe It call
at his drug store and get a trial bottle free
of tost or a regular size bottle for one dol
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and bo convinced, as thousands already
have been (4)
Only Bachelors should belong to clubs,
Hercules gave up his club, when ho mar.
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should never fail to lay in a supply of
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