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lilB DAILY OAIKO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MOKNlNtl SEPTEMBER 9, 1884.
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IMTAKIABLT IN ADTANCI.
All communications should be addressed to
K. A. BURNETT,
Publisher and Proorletor.
The servant question U tho Mack
beast of housekeepers at the seashore
rs well a in town perhaps a l.'ttlo
blacker. SrTants who co there ia
search of places art' generally of tho
uppish anil pxHi-for-no'.hin ivni. who
are Iookia fur a uajmer-oa:ia motv
than for "oi, host-?: work. Taorv is
something ttetcoraiisfsji ia she air of
a w-ver-rv .v. aai taf very b;s: of
tl-f arv-not iyri ai:ss i Sm
try t.j avgit trout! by t:v.in
srvB5 w.oa umk bits th s .!)
jnmLy irt.L- irj f i.. '(.-.
jimi jti;iitM.i.i vr'vr a wcsa
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OOKS )lll t:.IO iin m !it;ttl.rsS ad t.i-i
Shwt'ik. to wmmt W i rui i
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ou ia; iiiu cuuilv jiH-nini i
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is t uiif 'h'tfn t s! enoai to h r &c
ly thu v;if, sa; only os Iter w
nil to tj.j tiai'.' s.'i'j !-'fi
"W ii.-ul-a sii-jcc iawml of twice.
3iy -viiu tn- co.'ilac- Bat, as
th.i: vuzi's win: ib. wen: to the sea
ler? f.T. we loeks'lep a cook ia the
- The swoal eiperiaieas was
h'Z. tlack. arl barly, with a temper.
Bofore a week had passed she turned
en my wife, who had ventured to offer
a sn?st!oa as to how something
should be done, an i. with blazing eyes,
said: "Now. looker here! I dot's as I
pleases when I's cooKin', an' ef folks
meddle wid vie I just cuts dero hearts
out. I does. You hear rue?' That set
tied it and my wife, too, who dared not
reply. My arrival was waited for to
give the black liend her walking pa
pers. "But the next trial was a daisy. She
was also a lady of color obtained in
the 'colored quarter' of the village.
We were taken somewhat back by her
stipulation, during tho proliminarv ne
gotiations, that sho should have at
least an hour on the beach every after
noonher health requiring it and the
privilege of going out every evening.
We conceded both points, however, for
she seemed to be a good sort of a ser
vant For a few days everything went
on smoothly. My'cottago has four
sleeping rooms on tho second story, all
opening into a small hall. My wifo
and I occupy one of the front rooms,
our 15-year-old boy the other, and ono
of the back rooms was assigned to tho
cook. Ono night when it was rather
warm, wo left our room door open and
hung a curtain over it About 11
o'clock, just after I had fallen asleep, I
was sUrtlod by a succession of the
most uncanny, blood-curdling screams
I ever heard, and as I jumped out of
bed some ono rushed into ourroom and
right into my arms, and Jay there
trembling and shaking nnd moaning in
a way that made my flesh creep. 'My
first thought was that somebody had
gotten into my boy's room and that he
had been frightened out of his sleep
and had run into ours, but when ho ro
plied to my call that nothing was tho
matter with him I put my hand to tho
head of tho intruder, who still trem
bled in my arms, and felt tho woolly
hair of our cook. By this time my wifo
had lighted a lamp, and she says tho
tableau was unique and striking. Of
course I promptly disengaged my arms
and as I did so the girl foil over on tho
bed in an epileptic tit. She told us af
terwards that she was subject to them,
and that she always ran out of her
room when phe had one. She. was care
ful not to tell us when she came, how
ever. We packed her off, and have
since then been taking our meals out
the best plan after tnWFhUadetyhia
The First Visitor to the Yosemitp,
In all that has been recorded about
the Yosemito no satisfactory evidence
has ever been produced as to the first
white man's footprints on the level
where the beautiful Merced socks egress
from tho rock-bound chasm. We'con
cede that honor to Louis Sammann, a
Mono County man now residing at
Mono Lake. Louis is a pionce an
old hunter and a guide in that portion
of the Sierra, and figured in many
escapades during the Indian troubles.
He has abundant proof of a memor
able trip into the valley in 1801. When
hunting for game he followed tho sinu
osities of an Indian trail from the di
rection of Coulterville aud brought up
In the vicinity of Bridal Veil Fall. Ho
had killed a deer and, being nearly
worn out with fatigue, was seeking tho
nearest water when he camo unexpect
edly upon a largo camp of hostile In
dians, which had the etlect of settling all
desire for thirst. As may be supposed
his visit was of short duration.
Uislng Youns Man In S. C.
A young man iu Spartanburg, S. C,
wno is anioiuous to servo in tho State
Legislature, has written a two-onliimn
article for a local paoer. in which ho
sets forth his 'views'-' in this fashion:
1 hese moneyed powers must bo check
mated and curbed, or clso tho fiery
horse ol superb individual splendor
will disarm tho weary charter, and
mount triumphantly tho hilltops of op
pressing and feudal centralization,
whllo we can but Btand in tho valley
below and pray God to abate tho com
ing storm, and, holding to the delusive
phantom of vain hope, resort to capri
cious change to hold back tho resistless
avalanche of damuablo nnd headlong
discrimination. Now, Mr. Editor, 1
have said enough to demonstrate be
yond all speculative doubts that wo
can make this a grand old state if we
will but give all legitimate Inducements
to factorios and curb tho bits of the
Iron liorso of extortion." Exchange.
Talo of the Hotel Register.
Tho hotel registor is an interesting
study. Tho caligraphy or cacography.
as tho case mav be, furnishes its quota
to the store of tho student of human
nature. Tho mere rogisterins of one's
name is simple enough; but themannor
in wnicn it is done, tho writing upon
tho book, often tell a talo, however un
conscious tho writer may be that ho is
furnishing a paragraph to tho observer
iur. urandison Kriko has been aetainou
down town, toying with chips until his
stake has petered out, or lias, pernaps.
imbibed far too freely to encounter at
earlv morn tho partner of his woes, so
he registers "Uranisoii Rakc.St. Louis,"
although a resident of the city, taking
earo to make his autograph as illegible
as a bad pen and a snaky hand will
enable him to do. He does not deceive
the clerk, who stows him away under
the rvK'f, as a matter of course.
as a ruie. Americans register tneir
name simpiv, without indicating that
they hive or not a "handle" to them.
The signer may be honorable, major,
judf, or cvioneu tut he does not, m
tils rca?IUa simplicitv, see tit to
hecxli his dignities. If with his wife,
34 register "iad wife." or "and lady,"
aklth-.'uga soto hotels object to this
1'itter d?igaatioQ as too vague. The
Kngtisaaiw is more particular, and,
wiiea wui hU Nftter half, inscribes her
iad himself w "Mr. and Mrs."
Sfljci a::oa his its peculiar hand
Aa scgloaieration of thin and
siix-i trvi U caarac:eri:ica!ly Anier
K-J.X waiie the Briton's strokes are of the
s.iai siriekne throughout, and conse
t;ieatly a ore legible.'French, Spanish,
aailtiliia haad writing are minute,
aal oftea degenerate into an unde
trirjaenbi scrawl, birt all are careful
; to notify whom it may concern that
; they are baroas or counts. Celebrities
' of "the stage and of the drama seldom
contribute to the hotel's collection of
actogr-iphs. "Mmo Voce d'Oro and
maid-' nave their names put down by
the impresario or by the clerk, whilo
Sig. Sparafucile, the great tenor, and
equally great beer drinker, blots tho
register, and draws on it a pattern for
crewel work, thus practically illustrat
ing that, although "a beautiful voice
is'agiftof God," as Mmo. Patti is
wont to inscribo in albums, a tenor's
handwriting is assuredly not. Ameri
can military men are in the habit of
merely appending U. S. A. to their
names,thus failing to indicate their rank
or to givoaclew as to their identity.
Occasionally somo distinguished per
sonage seeks to preserve his or her
incognito. An instance of this happen
ed in New York two years ago, when
Goldwih Smith, anxious to escape the
importunities of the interviewer, baffled
the lynx-eyed and keen-scented gentry
of New York bv registering "Mr. and
Mrs. Smith." This name, being some
what common, did not attract attention.
A Sharp Yankee and the Bine Laws.
In latter years, when beginning to
find it impossible to restrain altogother
the current of intercourse which flowed
through their state, these puritanical
worthies resolved to convert the restric
tion into a source of pecuniary profit,
and accordingly permitted a man to
pursue his journey on payment of a fine,
proportioned, I believe, to either tho
number of his horses or his family. A
sharp-witted Yankee, returning homo
through Connecticut, was stopped,
therefore, at a little village, and re
quested to pay the fine, which he con
sented to do if he was taken before tho
magistrate who was to receive it, and
who was a man of great property and
extensive mercantile connections.
The Yankee, tearing a leaf from his
note book, wrote thereon a few words,
and presented it to tho magistrate with
the money, requesting him to sign a
receipt for a few shillings, in order
that ho might not bo called upon to
pay tho line twice over in case ho
should be stopped again before the
morrow. So reasonable a request be
ing unhesitatingly complied with, the
traveler put the paper in his pocket,
and departed, apparently in no worse
humor for the interruption he had en
countered. About ten days afterwards
business calling the magistrate to Bos
ton, ho took occasion to step into his
banker's to look over bis account when
they informed him that they had duly
honored his draft for 100. He stared
in surprise, They produced it to him,
and ho immediately recognized tho
handwriting of tho Yankee, with his
signature plainly attached. From John
ifcrnara s "Jletrospccltotu , tn the Man
How the Diviner Found the Pin.
At a seance in Lancaster, Pa., a
thought reader boasted that ho could
find a marked pin hid by ono of tho
audience. Several of them came for
ward, among whom was a confederate.
Tho pin was hid by a Trinity student
in an adjoining room in tho presence of
tho committee, among whom was tho
confederate. Tho student, suspecting
this man from his looks, slyly took the
pin away from its hiding place. On tho
return to tho platform the thought
reader ga.ed into tho hider's face, and
putting his hand to his brow was blind
folded and led tho student to tho tilaco,
but of course could find no pin. He
returned acknowledging defeat and
looking daggers at his confederate.
".Now, gentlemen," said tho student,
"1 11 undertake to say that if this 'di
viner of the human mind' will do as I
tell him, half tho audience will. with.
out a single hint from me, know where
tho pin is," and turning to tho thought
ic.uiur no sain, "sit down." Ho did
so. mere was a yell, and, jumping
up, tho thought reader hastily pulled
irom uie seat ol Ins trousers tho mart
Well Qualified for tho lluslness.
"So you would like to lecomo t
blacksmith, would you?" ho said to a
little barefoot boy, as ho stopped blow
ing tho bellows for a moment.
"Yes, sir," tho bov replied, "I would
uko to icarn mo trade.
"Aro you Btronir and healthy?"
"And quick? I wouldn't have a hoy
around who wasn't ouick."
"les, I m quick."
nero uie boy stepped his baro foot
ou a not horseshoe, and tho blacksmith
eu, i ii give you a trial. You
seem to be ono of tho quickest little
uovs i ever saw. Aew 1'onfc Hun.
Monday Evening, Sept. 8, 1884
The "heated term" still continue, and
tho mercury runs daily as high n at any
time during July, although September is
usually a cool month.
The market as a rule is quiet andull, in
grain hay and flour. The minor products
of the farm are in good request,
FLOUR Dull and qniet; quotations are
nominal; no round lot sales have been
ll.w very nttie gut edge comes in.
Common is overstocked. The demand
CORN The market is well
and demand very light. Prices
and mixed rule about the same.
MEAL Dull and unchanged,
BRAN Held it city mills 58 cents in
cr lots; lower prices prevail.
BUTTER-Steady and firm,
uhchsuged and demand good for
EGGS In good demand and
CHICKENS In good demand at
tationaof last week.
FRUIT Nothing doing.
VEGETABLES The potato nmket has
hot yet opened, and there is nothing else
Sales and Quotations.
NOTK. The pneei ner given kre ror tales fro
flrthnd in round lots. An advance It
ebarired (or broken lotnin nulneorrttrt.
JiiO bbit varioui gradea..
.2 S0&.1 CD
5 carl choice Timothy email bale
1 car gilt edge -
...10 0 C'0 SO
i cart strict prime
1 car whl'-lnbnlk..
cra mixed In hulk.
2 cars heavy in balk ,
Scars new Southern Illinois..
1 cart new In sacks
6 cars choice . ,
No. 2 Red, per ha....
No. -2 Medlteranean.
No 3 do
Mo. 4 do
301 bhls Oltv on orders 2 6y2 TO
SMI DDIS tity "
W) pounds conntry
SM" pounds choice Northern
pounds fancy creamery..
two dozen. :.. lUj
lu coops choice young
4 coops medium young. ,,
...2 50&3 00
...1 SHS2 00
Freestone Peaches, per box
Apples per bush
Grapes per pound
Potatoes, per bushel., w ?.iiMn
Tomatoes ner box iniii
New fancy yellow nantmond per bu jm&tiO
Oranget, nominal 6 0OU7 00
Lemons twin u
Choice per barrel.
..1 fjOSl 75
Choice per buahel.,
...G GO&7 00
Fancy Canvassed Ham.,
B. C. Oania ....
. 1 05
2 bushel burlaps
5 bushel '
Peaches, halves and quarters
Choice navy ....
. sots no
. 50'i 75
iholr.e medium ,
Itnnver per pound...
10 to '
.. 10 to ifl
10 to M)
. 50 to 8 50
. 75 to fl '
S to 15
1 00 to 9 00
Dry film choice...
Sheep Pelts, dry .
Sheep Pelts, irrven
I....M......M. . ...
If nJn ...
4 &oa 5 ()t
.... 4 Vl "C
.... l T t
..... T 50Q 919
RATKS Of FHBK1II T.
Oram Hay Flour I'r.rk
fcwi. cwt. ibl. y lit!.
MtttipM US 15 2-i
, nOr)eiin,M U't 15 xfi 35
Helena, Ark 15 'i :'0 45
Kllneslon, Mi 15 ' 30 45
Natrhea 17H Ui i!5 Ml
All other way points
below Memphis t'
NewOneaus 2') 2) 45 5)
MtW AUVhltl lt,6 utM v
Illinois mmmw or music.
Established In 18Ti. A College course of Mmlf
in;l'iauo. Ortran, Muging and Orchestral Instru
ments. LntiLMlnges, Art and Klomtlon. Address
.I f. II. v K LOW, Mush ii Director,
Ten instruclors. Two bundled and fifty five
studrits lust yea-. Hoou keeping, Ui-rinau, Pen
manship and Elocution without extra charge.
Classical, Srii'iititlc. Soimal and Business Courses,
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rnuin11' i" nii,n " i'i " n.iti h i in j.'1-v. v.
Soring term March 1". Tho use ol tobacco ami
luto.t eating I '1'iois, and alti'iiilance on sec.elsO'
cietn s arc forbidden. For rigiHer and further in
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Dar-helmer. of N. Y., tho most Jf eli;tllt. In-tere-ting
and Richly Illustrated. It contains flue
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617 St. Charles St., ST. LOUIS, M0.
A rsralnr Orndnnts rf two medical
Oftllegcs, has been loniret engaged in the treat
nunt of Chronic, N'urvous, Kit in ami
JJlooil Disease than anv other physician In
St. Louis, ascMy papers show end all ild resi
dents know. Consultation at ottiee or bf mall,
free and lavlted. A friendly thlk or ln opinion
cuts nothing. When It Is l:ioi.i.reulent lovHit
the eltv for treatment, me.lleines c:m be sent
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stated. Call or Write,
ycrvons Proitratlon, Pehliity, Mental tnj
Physical Weakness, Mercurial ani other
flections of Throat, Skin an Bones, Blood
Impnrltlss and Blond Poisoning, ikln Alter
Hons, Old Sore and Ulcers, Impediments ta
Marriage. Rheumatism, Piles. Sprlal at;
tent Ion t eases from nver-worked brain.
Sl'BCilCAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprmlenret, Excesses,
Indulgences or Exposures.
It Is self-evident that a physician e.nyltig
particular attention to a clasof cases attains
great tkill, and physicians tn regular practice
all over the country know ing thU. freu 'enlly
recommend owes to the oldest oiHee Ir h inerl
ca, whereevery known appliance Is 'esortec'
to, and the proveiltfooU remlien-' X all
ages and countries are used, A whole pins la
used for office purposes, and all are treat.' I ltti
kill In a respectful manner; and, know.n
what to do, no experiment" are made, (n
count of the ereat number applvlnr, the
charges are kept low, often lower than is de
manded by others. If you secure the M I t tid
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BEFORE V-AND -AFTER
Electrk Appliances ar tent on 30 Dayi' Trial.
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WHO are mitlriutt from Naavocs PisiLrrr.
Iist Vitality, L k vw J.nva Fow a ao
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of a FtusosAL rim-in resulting from Anrsas and
imiH I'ti'tu. ie,. relief and eumplet reirto
ration "f HsalthA looBaml M aniioou 'icara vtkkd.
Ihe grandent discovery of ttie Nineteenth Century.
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VOLTAIC BEIT GO., MARSHALL, MICH.
ALADY of ABILITY
Toeanvs for .Madame (rlwo!d'i
Patent Skirt Supporting Corset and
Sklrt-etipporler, !n Cairo nd vl-.lni-ty.
1 bnse are without a rival. Send
J.H. I L'TNAM, Oen. Agt.,
iy State Street, - - Chicago
CAIKO S I'Att LAUNDRY
I would respectfully announce to tho citl.ens of
Cairo that I have opened and am carrying on a
flrat class laundry In thu rear or Winters Block,
on Seventh Street, w.iere I inn prepared to do all
kinds of work in mv line iu a superior aud work
manship style, delving c.ompetllon and at
reasonable IK'un-.. All work guaranteed, and
prompt payment if any goods ere losi.
MAhV II KNN ELY.
X. Jl . Kiilrnr.cn to laundry, through the private
antra ce to Winters Mock. 7 :j :jm
tThnnsAti'i. .r wi r.r H.non n.MTtlr. m.n.
Ul aiel iiliy.lr.l w.kn.t, Iimii ni.iiliitn.l, i,.-r-
r I1LL,"M prtlji, diet rt-.ulti nt f rrllnnot l-.n.
aw r rauar.riiran E. R VIT A
Itrunc fftltb Unit It will tnrnpry tm Tuut u. lottua u
any ufTrr ItUl rfArisiss, ppj aMsm aaai pak m m
a rmrm, of II fp.,t fu, E1 J Tlf I II I
TOttrUn I lllAL.
' .l.t " If 'vs nunn,
iTIcsj fl, nt dnii;guilil, or
sent prepaid liriiiall, hanilili'
fataa.iri.ll0X 4lNsw kork
I REUABLE SELF-CURE
tonat ootid and siieesmefiil siMwiallsta In ln U. at
loow retired) for Ihoeureof Arsneus eWHrif
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Li plala ssalsd envsloperM. lriiiaUiM:au Ullii
Address DR. WARD A CO., Louisiana. Mo.
OT, Dr. KE A Nj
a.a.i iai.. ia ailll statllti ell FH.
. . aj ...Hi fra..ilp ami tktimr l.l d la-
a ia. alaMial. llr. (VlB
ri fhal mtr ithU r mm or no (. QM
ueriui urn iiruiri, iru ii uie. hi iii ie. im u
following subjects: Who may marry ' whon t;
why'f 1 roiier ageto rn;irrv. Whomarry flr-t.
Manhood, womanhood. Physiial deeav. Wno
should inarrv. How life and happiness may ue
inereaeil. Those married or contemplat!!1.!.
marrying should read it. Itoucht to be rea l
by all adult persons, then kept under lock ail
key. Popular edition, same as above, but pa -t
cover and Suo pages, "6 ceul) by mail, ia Mioue'.
Mil II II 11
U llll II kl
E. A. BURNETT,
is prepared to do .lob Priutius: of every description from a
Dodder to a Three-Sheet Poster on tho shortest notice and
in the host style, nnd at the lowest possible prices. Call
and get his prices.
OFFICE:-No. 78 Ohio
OPEN JUNE I
TICIIMS: 88.00 per
ANAL SIS UF ONE
DIXON M08 BOHRER RESORT
Curb of I run
Cliloriile of Iron. . .
Sulphate of Iron. .
Chloride of Sodium
Sulphate Utile. . . .
, trace, Sulphate nf Imn
, tract-Carbonate of Iron ..
, .".9.0 Alkalies
syor 1 homas V. lln.u'y.
rrtaaurer-l'iiarltt F. .Ncllia
! rk Di Dlilr. J . r'ulry .
:ii.nsfiior- Wm. B. (Mlticrt "
w i-.rstal-Jam s S. Keardvn.
"ornv A llllaiu lietdncaa.
1'ollce Magistrate A. Comings.
board or iuiiuau
.rs: W ard Vim. Mc Pole, llarrv Waiker
St-iond Ward-(;. H. Woodwaid, t.'. N. Uuihs
l li !rd Ward Johu Wood, Kg1"'" Smith,
fourth W ard diaries o. I'atli-r. Samuel Orr.
slfth Ward C'taa. I.ancaslrr. llenry htout.
i''rcult Jnilce 1). J. Maker.
Circuit Clerk A. H. Irvln.
County Jndfe J. II. hohlnson.
Connty Clerk . J. liumm.
County Attorney Anjrns Leek.
County Treasnn-r .Miles W. barker,
MutIH John llodfiis.
Coroner II. Fitzgerald
Connly Commlss!onnrs T. W. Hallldiy, J. II
Mnlcahev and 1'eter .sanD
CA1UO BAPTIST. Corner Tanln and Fopla
streets: preachinK every SnnJay motnlnvand
nlyht at usual boors. Prayer neet n Wednes
day nlahtJsuDday school. V:3oa.m
rtev. f. I'astor.
-iHfKCH OF T1IE KEDSKM KR (Kylscopa
j Kourteenlb street; Hunday 7:OJa m., Holy
Communion 1U:. a. m.. Morulng Prayera 11 a. in.
Monday school 3 p. m., Evenloe Prayers i:vi p. m
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