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THE DAILY .CAIRO BULLETIN: SATRUDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 27, 1890.
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I AdiBon, B. P.; Blount, Wm.; Burtrc, W.
S'.; Burr, J. M.; Bowyear, E. C; Bailey,
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King, John J.; Klugman, Herman;
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mick, Wm.; Morgan, R. M.; Mondey, L.;
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John J.; Miller, G. H.; Moss, P. P.; I'iercy,
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Jacob; Veley, J, W.; Willis, W. T.; White
field, R. II.; Watkins, J. F.
Barry, Addie; Ikttis, Adline; Bodcn,
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Lizy ; Counta, Ka'y ; Emsry, Isabcll ; Gibsou,
MaryE; Gill, Mrs. F. MjIIomen, Nellie;
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Mrs. M. E; Hubbs, Mrs. Kate; Jordan,
Mrs. J. W; Jimcrsou, Fanny; Johnson,
Annie; Judson, Meley; Lofton, Sally An;
Mathews, Clara; McCritc, Mary; Maten,
Martha; O'Connell, Maggie; Parker, Mrs.
Laura; Phelps, Mrs. M. E ; Rachford, J. P;
Ross, Miss M. II; Ross, Clara; Rolf, Mrs.
Belle; Shaw, Mattie; Searcy, Katie; Taylor,
Mary E; Wilsou, Mrs. George; Wilson,
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! Geo. W. McKeahi, postmaster.
. Bv the use of Fellows' Syrup of Hypo
phosphites the nerves become reinforced in
strength, the stomach is nutdo capable of
digesting tho food, tho food changes to
. blood, the heart becomes strengthened to
pump the blood, the lungs distribute and
oxidise the blood, healthy blood displaces
unhealthy muscle and tuberculous matter,
the patient becomes vigorous, and then by
using his constitution as intended by a ben
cficicnt Creator, he may live up to the ripe
old age, when, like the corn ready for the
li aires t, ho drops from tho husk.
A Modern Poet.
What is a modern poet's fate, to writo his
thoughts up a slate,
The critic spits on what is done, gives it a
wipe and all is gone,
Like Rheumatism from our bodies fly,
When Thomns' Eclectric Oil we try.
; Sold by Paul G. Schuh.
II. Richardson, Sac utnl Fox Agency
IniliHn Territory tuvs- T)in "ftnlv l.iuwr
I J 1 J " -..w " J
V Pad" lias restored me to health, and I shall
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. we ijiuu vu rucuiuuit-uu ii iu uuv uuc neu
,, The Friend of Delicate Ladles.
Warner's Bafo Kidney and Liver Cure is
the remedy that will cure tho many diseases
peculiar to women. Headaches, neuralgia,
disordered nerves, weakness, mental shucks,
, Mia kindred ailments tiro cfJuctually rtv
, moved by ita use The Mother's Maga
ine, , .
. Here lies ono who lately died, nolwdygor
rowed, nobody cried;
tVlere he's gone, or how ho fares, nobody
knows and nolxKly cares,
ZIU billions fever might havo been ' cured.
UTMBprinr, Blossom had procured
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
Pir Edward Denuv is to runko an in
teresting cxjiorimont on his Irish es
tates. Ho otters to grant leases forever
to tho occupying teiiHhtH on tho Denny
pstfes, and it is understood that the
rents will bo theVame as those iixed in
M:!.- It is cvpei ted that tho tenants,
who are generally in comfortable cir
cumstances, will gladly avail themselves
of this offer.
Ko Hun Ilua, the Chinese Professor
at Harvard, is described as an acute
rensoner and closo observer. He 1ms
learned to speak English fairly, and ho
spends .much of his time reading, for
college duties amount to nothing, as ho
has had but one pupil, and at present
has none. His contract is for three
years, whether there are nny students
lu his classes or not.
Tho Buddhists of Jnpnn havo estab
lished a theological school in imitation
of Christians. Their need for sueh a
school is shown by the faet that a
Buddhist priest in Osaka, Japan, lately
told the Rev. Mr. Foreht that eighty
thousand miles north 'of Osaka there
was a huge square mountain on tho oth
er side of which w as Heaven.
According to Professor Grimmer,
there is a terrible seven years before us.
From 1880 to 1887 thore'will be a uni
versal mortality. Asia will be depopu
lated, and Europe will become almost
a desert. America will loose 15,000,000
inhabitants. There will be tempests
and inundations. No prophet could
possibly bo grimmer than this one.
Rev. Dr. Dix, rector of Trinity
Church, New York, is 63. He is tho
best-paid among tho city clergy, having
an elegant house and $1,000 a month
for a very light service. Bishop Potter,
who is at the head of the New York
(Episcopal) Dioeese, is now 78, and is
still in the exercise of his ollieial duties.
He has been 63 years in the ministry,
and more than a quarter of a century
in his present office.
M. Barthelemy St. Hilaire, the new
French Minister leads a life thoroughly
republican in ita simplicity. He lanors
as haj'd at his present advanced age as
if he were & fresh young student. Ho
has never been ambitious for plaee, title
or honors. For many years he has
lived upon his modest yearly income as
an Acadeniiean. He scarcely ever uses
a carriage, and, like another great
Frenchman, Victor Hugo, prefers a scat
on tho "imperial" of an omnibus to any
A rich proprietor named Raimondo
Terrana has been carried off from near
Toppolo, Italy. The aggressors wero
six men on horseback, disguised as
Guards of Public Security. Ft is said
that p. ransom of G.3,0(H lire has been
demanded for his release, with a threat
of killing him if it is not paid. This is
not the lirst time that Terrana has been
captured, as some time ago ho was
seized and mulcted of 8,000 lire.
Ristori made no use of her title as
Countess for advertising purposes when
in this country. Modjoska, on the con
trary, was extensively announced us a
Countess, though she has dropped that
pretension in London. During Neil
son's last tour here she asserted in in
terviews that she was tho daughter of a
Spanish nobleman, while the faet is that
she was of tho humblest English parent
age. The impression seems to prevail
among foreign performers that Ameri
cans are admirers of aristocracy.
An Indian thief was turned over to
the chief of his tribe, at San Diego,
California, and by him sentenced to re
ceive a hundred lashes. The culprit
was a big, powerful fellow; but he sub
mitted quietly to being tied to the side
of a high wagon with his legs and arms
extended, and his back bared. A stal
wart Indian tit ruck the blows with all
his might, using a leather lariat, and
making the blood llow at every stroke.
The victim .endured the dreadful tor
ture a while, and then broke out into
agonized screams. If he had remained
silent to the end, tho chief would havo
restored him to the tribe; but, as ho
"c ried like a coward baby," he was af
terward driven out of the neighborhood.
Tho Pariahs of Paris.
Right in tho very heart of Paris, in
the Rue des Lyonnais, and next door to
the church o'f St. Medard, tho visitor
who has courage enough to see such a
sight may find a lodging-house and res
taurant frequented and patronized by
the pariahs of Paris. Tho sombre
building, covered with smoke, and be
grimed without and within, has no
naming placard. Its owner lias not
christened his house with any high
sounding name to qualify the word
"hotel,' and the lantern which hangs
out at the lirst Iloor alone indicates that
lodging may be had within. The win
dows of the ground lloor are closed,
and tjie panes have been carefully
whitewashed to save curtains, Now
and then a man comes slouching down
the street, pushes with his shoulder
against the greasy door, ami enters.
Tho hesitatiug wanderer, who easts
his eve up at the lantern and shudders
wheti he reaches the door as if all hope
wero abandoned, has, perhaps, seen
better days. His demeanor contrasts
strangely 'with that of tho next vomer,
w ho has' his hands iu his pockets, jing
ling the few coppers which will enable
him to eat and drink, as well as obtain
a bed. All sorts and conditions of men
find their w ay to the Run des Lyonnais.
The plaee has a reputation for cheap
ness, ami poverty' gives men strange
bedfellows and companions, so that the
fastidious must put all their liner feel
ings in their pockets when they find
that their ideas are not counter-balanced
by a certain sum of money sulll
oient to enable them to maintain their
Follow the man w ho has just gone In,
who looks like a student of the Raoul
Rigault school, and who carried a bun
dle of manuscript under his arm, as if
lie had been taking copious notes at
Homo lecture, or had been eopvlngsomo
data from the well-lhumbei folios in
the publio libraries. Tho door, when
pusljed open, leads to a passage, the
lloor of w hich Is caked with dirt. In
front are the stairs, and a lantern hangs
on dark days at tho turn so as to pre
vent the lodgers from breaking tlielr
limbs. On tho left of tho door Is the res
taurant, with its low eelling, dirty lloor
and green tables, while an Indescrib
able odor of damp straw, old clothes,
t'te., pervades thu place.
Honesty does not appear to bo a
proiuiuent trait lu the character of tho
customers of this establishment. The
pewter platters, which are used to pro
tect the food served from any contact
with tho tables, are attached to the
wood with thin but stout chains, for the
proprietor knows that tho merest trille
lias soino value in the eyes of a man
whose cravings and stomach cause him
U) rise against his neighbor, tako what
belongs to him, and lind some custo
mer for the stolen property. Benches,
worn and stained with use, aro the only
teats provided, and the luxury of knives
and forks is unknown. True, every
customer carries his own knife, and
knows how to use it iu a pinch, while
more than one has been arrested by
tho police, dragged from his lair, his
hands and lingcr-nails bearing traces
of tho bloodshed he has committed.
Forks are quite superfluous where lin
gers can bo used, and then meat is not
Kohl in the restaurant. Portions of veg
etables fried up in some nameless fat
can be had for a penny, while tho
bouillon, or broth, which has some
"eyes" of grease on it for the sake of
appearance, is sold for about half that
Contrary to tho custom prevailing in
other establishments of this description,
neither wine, coffee, nor brandy, is
sold here. The only beverage the cus
tomers can obtain is what the proprie
tor has been pleased to denominate
"beer," made without hops, by tho
owner of tho place in some dark cellar,
and sold for two pence a quart a
price which effectually prevents any
grumbling. Bread is generally brought
into the house by the customer, who
can buy old crusts and leavings from
tho restaurants for three half-penco a
Antiquity at Table,
With the Empire began that -epoch
of splendid gluttony which has no par
allel. The history of the Caesars, with
some exceptions, is a narrative of a
continual orgie. Take the notorious
group at random Comniodus, Caligu
la, Tiberius, Verus, Vitcllius, Nero,
lleliogabalus, Domitian. These men
spent their lives in a round of mon
strous debaucheries. The day and tho
night, wo are assured, were not long
enough for their revels. Verus, tho
lirst to increase the number of guests
from nine to twelve, prolonged his sup
pers throughout the night. Nero sat at
table from midday to midnight. Tibe
rius spent two days and a night at tho
festive board, They had huge appe
titesnot only the gigantic Maximilian,
who devoured forty pounds of llesh
meat and drank live gallons of wine nt
a meal, but finical dandies like Comnio
dus, who ate even in the bath; Vitcl
lius, who ceased eating only while ho
slept; Domitian, who ate "out of his
baud" to stay his stomach in tho inter
vals of regular repast, lleliogabalus,
was, perhaps, the most elaborate, Vi
tcllius the most extravagant, in his daily
fare. Tho latter squandered in seven
nionthf seven millions sterling, chiefly
on his table. The total staggers belief;
but let us examino tho figures on the
other side. Tho Roman epicure is re
ported to havo paid i'Co or so for a
mullet; a brace of pigeons cost 1 12s.
At an entertainment given to Vitcllius
by his brother, two thousand of the
rarest fish and seven thousand of the
most curious birds were served up.
One individual spent 6,000 on asinglo
dish, made of the tongues of the costli
est singing birds. Tho Roman ion
vivant, supping on the brains of pea
cocks and pheasants, tho tongue of
nightingales and the roes of the inost
delicate fishes swallowed thousands of
pounds at a meal; and we need only
multiply the individual expenso by the
number of tho guests to form the notion
of the cost of a high-class dinner in the
days of tho Cicsars. A supper in the
Appollo meant a couple of thousand
pounds thrown to tho purveyors. But
the Emperors were certainly the most
reckless in the profligacies of the table.
Seneca and Tacitus are among tho au
thorities that tell us that lleliogabalus
spent 20,000 on ono supper; that Ne
ro, master of "the House of Gold," ato
a dish that cost over 30,000, ami drank
a bumper still more precious. It is as
serted further that the Emperor Verus
treated twelve friends to a feast which
cost 16,000; and Seueca is responsible
for the statement that Caligula spenl
80,000 on a supper.
Mrs. Clark, of the town of Webster,
Monroe county, New York, has under
cultivation what may be called a chest
nut orchard. It occupies live or six
acres, and was formed thirty years ogo
by thinning out a chestnut grove, leav
ing hero and there at regular intervals
a young tree. The intermediate spnees
are plowed and sowed to grass. The
chestnuts pay iu market a good interest
upon the land, while the inclosuro
serves also tho purpose of a pasture.
During the war the nuts brought $12
Recorder You aro charged with
choking, beating and kicking Parson
Bledso, without tho slightest provoca
tion. Tho evidence shows that he ad
dressed you in the most courteous man
ner, asking after your health, where
upon you fell upon him like a savage.
"You dunno Parson Bledso, does yer,
boss?" "I do not." "Jedgo, no man
lionohs Parson Bledso moan den 1 do.
He is a pull'ec gemmen of de ole skool."
"What did you break tho bridge of his
noso nnd kick him in tho abdomen for,
then?" "Jedge, lie is the persuaxivist
talker you eber heerd. Ef I hadn't hit
him In tho motif In ono inoah minit, he
would hub borrowed dut dolluh I'se
been sabln up to go to tho suekits wid,
but 1 has got a better skuso dan dat
ar." "What is it?" "You seo Parson
Bledso has been preaehin' powerful
ngiu chicken stealin , au' I has been
makin' an earnest effort to reform. I
hal ut pulled a pullet in two days. Ef I
hadn't hit do pasture iu de mouf ho
would hab talked me uuten dat ar suck
us dollar, and den" "What then?"
"Don, ob course, some whlto man's
chicken coon would hub had to furnish
do kcrlateruls to raise nnnudder suekus
dollar. 1 would hab backslid, sure, an'
de parson heeself, would hub been ter
blame foah de defection in do party."
Yes, I see." "So you see, do you
boss, dat when my posturo run his
mouf agin my knuckles, when I reached
out from do shoulder, I was starting a
culled reform movement." The record
er took tlio case under advisement. Ho
said ho wanted to look up tho authorities.
45 Years Jiefore the Public.
Dr. C. McLANE'S
ore not recommended as a remedy "for nil the
ills that flesh is heir to," but in affections of
the Liver, nnd in all Bilious Complaints, Dys
pepsia, and Sick Headache, or diseases of
that character, they stand without a rival.
ACUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used prcpara.
tory to, or after taking quinine. .
Asa simple purgative tliey arcunequalcd.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wnx seal on the lid with
the impression, McLANE'S LIVER PILL.
Each wrapper bears the signatures of
C. McLane and Fleming Bros.
Bfct?" Insist upon having the genuine DR.
C. McLANE'S LIVER PILLS, prepared by
FLEMING BROS., Pittsburgh, Pa.,
the market being full of imitations of the
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To Nervous Sull'i'ivi's-Tlie Crcnt Kurnpran Rem
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unci till Iii-'HHfH rvHiiltliiK (mm Kelf-Aluice. ii Jicr
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eruve, or both.
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cyniem mny be
from eseenHi'8 of
any kind, a short
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lions and procure ticuith and hiippiuePH. where lie
fore wan (fei-poiidem'y and (.'loom. 'I his Speell'.c
Medicine in beli.( used Willi wonderful sue-
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Thn extraordinary effect of thin Btichu, as pre
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medicine, and ita results farjbevoud any of tho
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I lies In its worst form.
One trial of a teaspoouftil in 5 wine-glass of
water will convince the most sceptical within from
ten to twenty nilnuUB.
Disorder of the Kidneys.
In all diseases ulTectlna; these organs, whether
they secrete too much or too Utile water, or
whether they be nlllieted with stone ur gruvel. or
with aches and pains settled lu the loins oyer thu
reglou ol the kidneys.
Will give almost Immediate relief, when all other
means have fulled. 'Die lnor-t pciucilul existing
medicine for the cure of female complaint. Kil'iy
years expcrlcnceliicoutcstably proves fills remedy
unrivalled lor the disorders Incidental to the female
sex. No family nbould no without It. and It may bo
takm by young or old, as it will restore health when
every cither means prove unsuccessful.
To the stomach we trace dyspepsia, headache and
general debility to the liver, bile, Jiimdiee, and
yellow fever; to the bowels, diarrhoe a, dyseutary,
constipation, piles, and lintula; tothe lungs, con
sumption, etc.; to tho blood, scrofula, scurvv,
and all cutaneous eruptions. By keeping these
organs and vita1 fluid pure and liealihy we may
safely ilely the attacks ordii-easc, nnd no medicine
et prepared for this purpose tuu equal tho ac
HEAR WHAT IS SAID.
"It has made niea new man."
"Dr. llaydock's Buihu has increased my weight
"My wile would net be without I' for auy
"Our llttli! boy is much better, 1 enclose one
dollar for another bottle."
"I Hud it as easy to take as milk "
"We have sold thirteen hollies this wrvk, and
shall want three dozen next order."
".My morning agony is gone thanks to your
Want of spare compels me to conclude.
Any invalid or sullerer atllclea with any Kidney
disorder who will write me as to their complaint,
will be treated humanely and kindly. It i my
most earnest desire to Investigate all form of
Diabetes, and to give relief at all time. If you are
too pour fo pnrchai-e. write me any way, and your
case will haio immediate attentiuu.
C A U T I O X.
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Price Ouo dollar for large, and fifty cents (or
HAYDOCK & Co.,
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Remedy, an un
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y destroying the roatlnir of the stumaeh. No
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ly become wealthy, while those who do not Im
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right In their own localities, The btialnnsi will
pay more thaw ten times ordinary wage. W
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to the work, or only your sparo biomonU. run
Information and all that l needed sent fret. Au
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