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' TV cvnsii of Egypt U to bo taken on
A company hiw loon formed nt Win
niixg, Manitolia, to supply eastern citiea
Gen. Rial Kiles, who foil "lit rrallant
ly atLnnrel Hill, Winchester, Pittsburg
' Xartfllhg" and C'liickniuaiia, wan fimml
recently in a wretched room in I'liiladt'l
' Jilna dying of starvation.
The Rve.rag life of an English, gold
, overeiirn is about eLrlitenn years that
. is. tho coin loses nlxmt three-fourths of
. grain In weight in that time. It then
ceases to le ft legal tender.
The fastest passage ever made under
nil from llonfg Km;r to San Fnwci.eo
has been aeeonipliheil by tlio Wander
ing Jew, a Maino-built vessel, whieli
Covered the distanea in thirty-four days.
Tho largest orange grove in Florida is
that of Mstj. II. Norris, who went from
Chicago to Spring (Sarden, Fla., inlS72.
He now lias a grove of 11,000 thrifty
orange trees whieh bear about 600,000
oranges in a year.
A New York dancing master say s that
In dancing there should be no more con
tact of persons than there is in walking.
Oh, mnnw! dancing in that manner
would bo like getting drunk on cold
water. t ' '
Tho number of postcards' dispatched
(n Germany during tho year ISsO was
, 123.000hhi. In tho posto'rtieo museum,
atllerlin, there nro exhibited US differ
ent kinds of postcards.
During tho latt four years Oregon has
exxnled to the eastern states not less
than 41)0,1)00 head of ' beef cattle, Mot
of these caUlo were produced in the
tounlies cast of the cascades.
The daily price paid for intoxicating
drink in Nfw York is estimated at
$270,000, or $tl,.V0.0o0 every year.
Tliero is said to be an alarming increase
of drunkenness among tho yonien.
It is reported in Japan that the gov
ernment is about to re-eat ablish Shi nt . i-in
as the religion of the state, and to com
bat, by all possible means, I5uddhim
and the progress made by Christianity.
Eating sausages imported from France
has been tho caiiio of the death of a
popular physician at San Antonio, Tex.
Tlio sausages contained soma irritant
poison that produced a fatal peritonitis.
There was found in the ; stomach of a
beef, recently slaughtered at Hillsborii,
Ore., a piece of copper wire that had
cut its way through tin wall of tlio or
gan, making a largo sore. Further in
vestigation showed tlio stomach literally
webbed and pierced with wire tLat bad
been used in birxling grain.
. Two factory- girls had been sentenced
to four mouths' imprisonment for drunk
enness in Lowell, Mass. They were
young, and their case, excited sympathy
m court. As thev w ere being taken out
the oflicers saw their mother dip a bot
tle of whisky into th pocket of each.
There was no longer any ar-tonislnncnt
that they had become drunkards so
A patent medicine firm notified Sir
John Macdonald of their willingness to
illuminato Parliament square, Ottawa,
by the electric light fiee. of cot during
tho session of the Canadian parliament,
provided they were permitted to placo
nbovo the light a large placard bearing
' tho name of their medicine. Sir John
Eolitely declined to allow the square to
e used for advertising purposes.
The Eng1Mi llockmaster lias settled
two points in Iiritish experience; first,
that mutton is more profitable than
wool, and, second, that among English
mutton-consumers there is a decided
preference for down or black-faced mut
ton. Tender, juicy flesh, with a l;no
grain and a rich llavor, ripe, and "'..t
carrying plenty of lean meat, is tint
which suits the English market. A com
bination of these qualities is found to
most perfection in some of the black or
gray-faced breeds or their crosses. This
preference on the part of buyers, is so
marked that tho butcher is enabled to
give nt least 'J cents per pound moro for
dark-faced mutton tlrnn for any of tho
white-faced and long-wooled sheep.
Peter Vanwlnkle, ono of tho most
Iromincnt ami wealthy citizens of Ar
ansas, has just died, llo was of Ger
man descent, emigrated to Arkansas in
1S;)2, with no capital but industry and
energy! invested bis savings in wild lands,
nnd converting tho timber into lumber
made largo profits, leaving an estate
.Worth half a million.
A justico of tlm pe.vo in Tniekcc,
Kcv., sentenced I Jr. IL'Coss to pay a
. lino of $10 nnd to imprisonment for ono
day In tho county jail for contempt of
court. The doctor was taken to the jail
In Nevada City at a cost of & 10. Hut,
owing to a delay of the train in which
ho was taken, ho did not arrive at tho
Jail till within thirty minutes of tlio ex
piration or his tune ot Imprisonment,
Nevada has about a million acres of
alt land nnd could supply tho wholo
earth If nocessarv. Thn (Jreat basin has
alt in a dozen places. Near .Silver peak
. in luyo county, there is ono valley wan
a quarter ol a million acres. Lone val
ley, between Silver peak and Columbus,
in i-smeraliia county has 100,000 acres
. of salt. Columbus lies right in tho cen
ler of n salt marsh. Fifteen miles north
of Columbus lies a salt bed of burnouse
There Is one city provided with puro
mill;, ami that is Innikmrt-on-thc-Ma n
Tho business is conducted by a concern
called tho nnttalr. established bv tho
medical association and managed by a
i commission consisting of three physi
cians, ono veterinary surgeon, nnd a
chemist. The cows nro carefully select
ed anil properly fed and housed, man
nged, in fact, pretty much na the herds
of the 'gilt-edgo" dairymen nro, -and
j the milk is delivered within four hours
from tho time it leaves tho cow, in glass
bottles, sealed with wax.
Tho Virginia tobacco manufacturers
, have Issued a circular to tho tobacco
planters of Virginia ami North Carolina,
t urging tlio importanco of the cultivation
of Hurley tobacco Instead of Virginia
leaf in places where the latter fails to
prove remunerative. Ten thonntid
' copies of the address nro to bo printed
nnd distributed through tbu states nam
ed. Tho press of Virginia and North
Carolina aro requested to give tho mat
'tor favornblo consideration and wido
V: The peach crop, so far. seems to have
escaped general Injury from cold. In
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lMichiiran . oroKpccts are
favorable to a good crop. From New
Jersey there are a few reports of injury,
.but from tho Delaware .peninsula no
harm has been reported so far. In west
em New York prospects are also rood.
In tho Hudson valley there are places
whero tho buds aro said to have been in
jured, but the cases aro scattering. ,
Tho biggest girl In tho school at Ham
mond's Corners, O., was whipped by the
teacher with great severity, llcr father
had tho young man arrested, nnd a few
days ago tho case was called for trial
Hut tho prosecuting attorney said that
the matter had been amicably arrang
ed; tho girl not only wns convinced that
the punishment was deserved, but ac
cepted the teacher's discipline for life as
bis w ife.
The remains of Mrs. Surratt are burl
ed in a beautiful lot in Mount Olivet
cemetery, Washington, tho four corner
stones "marking which, aro simply in
scribed with her initials, "M. E. S." but
lately a neat and modest headstone,
bearing only her name, "Mrs. Surratt,"
has been placed nt the grave. A well
known sculptor nnd marble-worker of
fers to provide a suitable memorial free
of charge, if he can ascertain the wishes
in that respect of the relatives of the
deceased, now living in Baltimore.
Thiity tenants in tho townland of Bal
linran, near Kilkeel, County Down, have
just concluded tho purchase of their own
farms, whieh consist altogether of 325
.acres of tillage ground, and 106 mount
ain pastures. Tjpy were sold by the
owners, representatives of the late Geo.
Chesney, in the landed estates court,
and wero purchased on " behalf of the
tenants at twenty-one years' purchase
The commissioners have advauced
three-fourths of the purchase-money, at
5 per cent, interest, estinguishable la
A Large Diamond,
The largest diamond which ha been
found this century was discovered in the
Kimberly mine, South Africa, and is
now on exhibition in London. It is
called from its discoverer tho Portrr
Hhodes diamond, and is of remarkable
l'njfore it left tho diamond-field five
hun ed pounds (whieh was placed to
the credit of the local hospital) had been
paid bv spectators admitted to see it,
and sixty-nine thousand pound had
been offered for it in vain by a syndicate
of London jewellers.
It weighs one hundred ami fifty car
ats, is still uncut, but is so cloven that
tho "table"' ami one of tho 'steps" aro
nlreadyfonned, and it will lose less than
most diamonds in the cutting, being
expected to produce a net weight of
one hundred carats when it assumes the
form of a brilliant.
Its great purity of color and compact
ness of shape make it a beautiful object,
even in its present rough state.
Mr. Strcetor shows near it models of
other famous diamonds, tho Koh-i-Noor
(ono hundred and six and one-sixteenth
carats), tho Star of the. South (the great
Hraziliau stone), the Dresden Drop, etc.,
together with the unique jewel, tho
Maekel diamond, in which a smaller
stone has.bc.cn embedded by some freak
The diamond was shown to the Queen
and Princess Heatrice and the Duko of
Albany at Osborne, nnd Her Majesty
presented J Jr. llhodes on that occasion
with a watch, which ho showed with as
much pride as his big diamond.
ARB you made miserable by Indigestion
Constipation, Dizzines3, Loss of Appetite,
Yellow Skin? Sliiloh's Vitalizer is a posi
tive cure. 10
Nearly a Miracle,
E. Asenith Hall, Biughnmton, N. Y.
writes: "I sunvred lor several months with
a dull pain through left I unhand shoulders.
I lost my spirits, appetite nud color, and
could with difficulty keep up all dy. My
mother procured some Burdock Blooa Hit
rors; I took them as diiected, and have felt
no pain since first weeK after using them,
nnd am now quite well." Price $1 00, trial
sie 10 cents.
The Rkv. Geo. 11. Thayer, of Bourbon,
Ind, say s : "Both myself and wife owe our
lives to Shiloh's Consumption Cure. 0
Made fkom Haiimi.kss Mateuiat.s, and
adapted to the needs of fading and falling
hair, Parker's Hair Balsam has taken the
first rank as nn elegant and reliable hair
Tlio Law of Kindness
is universal; it affects all the human family,
all animals, and may be even found in
patc-Dt medicines. Some are drastic, and
the patient is obliged to suffer pains worse
than the disease; but in cases o obstinate
constipation, dyspepsia, there is no remedy
so kind, si gentle in its eHucts, and yet so
satisfactory, as Burdock Blood Bitters.
Why will too cough when Shiloh
Curo will irive immediate relief.-' . Price
10 cents, 50 cents and $1. 11
Second Edition of Job.
Mrs.Ogden, N. Division Street, Bnffdo,
says: "I cannot bo too thankful that I
was induced to try your Spring Blossom.
was nt ono time afraid I should never be
nblo to get out again. I seemed to bo
second edition of Job without his patience?
my ineo ami noiiy wero ono vast collection
ot boils and pimples; since takinir ono bot
tlo of your Spring Blossom I am quite cured
an crupiions nave (Usnppearert, and I fee
,cVtor tlinn I havo in a long time."
50 C it's in ix'ttlfH 10 rent.
F.niliiaoinfir the IItph and Wonderful
Adventure of WIM Bill.. RuftjUo
Rill, Kit Carson, dipt. Pavne,
Capt, .lack, Texas Jack,
Anil othor po!nv ruti.-d Imllun Fllitra, Senate,
llutilvra andtltnilin, A hunk nf tU lllluu oily n
t'iri'a on tliu iilnlria. FlKhts with lndlnnt Uninil
Ililllnlo Ilimtnl IVepmiito Advuntural Narrow
K'capnrl WntK'crriit Hhontlnj; and Kldltigl Wild
I.llo in ihc KarWvKtl lot) lllutratlnal 10 Fall-
rag C'Dlorad tilnlon I Tho urandimt book for
?ncnta I'vur tiniiiialicd. K'Tommtitdod I
si'-rrltt, lliiflnu inn and mnl,y 0ihura
l its' I oiit.'i.ll. avorytbliiK elaf. MS rUi Prtro
i"P. flt'Dlil cnniTilntn ontnt 10 cnta. (Intllt
ai'flontn for'!(i(i f" Willi., ul onre r.r nircncv.
I I.L1.1MI1 M, t-y., dm N. Iili.rit., ut Irtilir, Mo.
CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH !9, 1888.
GREAT Got DESTltO V EU.
Pitting of .
V Ictira pnrtSed and heal.
od. Oan(jren pre
'vented andcurad, .
Wouoda healud rapidly.
Scurvy cured U abort
t ro. "
Teitor dried up- .
It laperfucdy harmleaa.
Kor nora throat H ia
t'untunioi. (Wmruvt'U. ;
8 ck'roonu prrlfled na
ftvcrcd n lck pel
ods rclleed n
frt'Mivd bv bathing
Unld added to the
8oft white complexion!
ii-cnred by UauMln
Impure air made harm
lea and purified by
sprinkling Darby l
To purify the breath,
eleaura the tth, U
can't bo aurpawed.
Hume relieved iuatt ntly.
Kc movea all nopleaaant
Bb1p itvr prevented oy
Id caaea of deatk la the
home, It ahould al
wara b need about
the corpae-lt will
pruvea aay unpteta
nt melt. Aa antl
dne foranliral orvtg
Daniffroni edtnvlaa at
tick rooma and hoaplt
ala ri-aioved by lta aaa
Yellow fever eradicated.
In fact it la the great
Disinfectant and Purifier.
ilanufct ortng Chemttta, SOLE ritOPKlKTOKS.
It baa been acccrtalned that the moat Inveterate
cnea of neuralgia arc cand by Fellow' Svrup of
Hyropbefphitca. Nwtoulyi the principle dla
ae cradicati-d. but the pati. nt la made tlgoroua
aud uroug: tlv toraa:b, the blood, the akin becom.
hialthy, and he obtain! a new lcae of enJoyaWe
I he only Mtlffactory treatment of neuralgia i by
a rerigtlicuii K the uervoiia viem. A peiann with
atr'tig nrrvca rj.-vor auff. r from thldlaeaae.
The virtue of Fellnwa' Compound'.8rtip of lly
pophoFphltt a are ruch thai other rcmvdle are sel
dom required L
The demand for IlTpopbo'rbitea and other Phoa
phortid preparation at the preaent dav. la largely
owing to theg'M)(t.tlfectK aud auc-era following the
Introduction of thl. art.clc in the I'nited Statea
Khonld the nvalid hnveanv difficut. In Uro-
rurinv i ha ComDoui d Kvrno In bif vlciuitv.let him
11 1 it he nut off with anv other remedy, becauae thi
art cle ban not ita equal iu the tiitcaee lor
it l riYoinmended
"OTh. Be atifplclon nt per"na who recom
mend any other article aa "Jut aa good." The
highet clan mcdlral men in every large citv,
v. here it la known, recommend Jt.
For Sale by all DrazglaU.
If you iniTur from dyipepala, uae
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTKHS.
If you are afflicted with biltonancM, uae
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS,
If you are proitrated w ith, flck headache, take
BURDOCK BLOOD B1TTBRU
If your bowela ate disordered regulate them with
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If your bloftd la Impure, purify It with
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
If yon have indigestion, you will find aa antidote in
. . BURDOCK BLOOl) BITTERS.
If you are troubled with apring compla.Bta, eradl'
Icate thorn with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
II your liver li torpid restore it to healthy actios
with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS,
If your liver li ifTceted yoa will find a thnrt rr
atlve In BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS,
If you have any apeclea of humor or pimple, fall
not to take BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If you have any almptomaof tlcar or scrofulous
ores, a curative remedy will be found la
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
For Imparting strength and vitality to the system
nothing can equal BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
For Norvoua and General Debility, tone np the
aystem with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
rwrs f 1 nn ottlk- Tin ai bottle, IOcts,
FOSTER, MILBUBN & CO., Prop'rs,
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11 uovur Beta out nf repair,
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It runulrua mi fn-l.
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and it nlwaya rciuly for ,
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AMAatlTAM HEBTIXC -
Carri my lltil arlrt ot nt. Hlie waa alto naf an4
dumii, but It cured tuT.. bh' mo now lalkaad h'r M
WU M aii Nuly. I't rta Itou, bprtairwaier,. YVU,
.IMABlTASi KCKTIXE -
Uaa bom lb: mcaiii of nirlna my wlfrof rbnmatltm.
j. a tLtrcnaa, jfuntioiuaa, vw.
RIM.iaiTAV XEUYIXE -.
Ila4c a aure cura ol a raw nf ftn for my ion.
. B. UaLU. uuuawuc, uaa.
Cured mo of vertigo. ncuMlda ami llrlt hnilaeh.
Mnw. n u. nuivrw, ....
AM AB1TAX NERVIE
Wa tb miaaaof curing my wife of i.irnt.
Hav. J. A. Eui, Bearer. J'a.
Cured me of aithnia. afkr anendinf oret IS (W) with
oiberdeclura. B. It. ItoHau.s, New Aluany, lad.
Effectually cured me of in mt. '
,mii .1 ax via TAi)f.
TtnWrit VnnllurmKu ChlcaiM, tX
Cured our ehlld of Mia afti plven op to ill by oar
family phytW'lin.Jt li ivltm nv.-r mi In hura.
iiebt nifaa. ervuia, mtm-'nuu., irni,
RAM A RITA NEHVIXE
Cured mc ol acrufuia aCrriulTerlni for elbt yeara, .
ALSIRlDIMrSUXi i lUIia, IM.
Cored my auuuf o'. ftT nen.lliig II w(;hother
aMiora. 4. . ihduxiun. Liairwra, N il,
Cored me pTiiunentijr of fpil.-pdc flu of a aiiiohoraj
ciuracirr. liar. nn. .Minn. .Mcnnic!oru,lJ.
KtMtaiTAX XtKVIE -
Cared my ion of m, fi-r having hd t.volnf tghieen
muBtua. Mm. K. Fwb. W, i rou.lim, N. V.
Cared me ol tpllrMy of nine yeant' tundlnf. -
(iranlty. Newton Ca., Mo.
n Bermanentlr cnreJ me of enl..pay of manf Tiar
durailon. Jixj kUTaa. KLjutcpa, Mo.
Cured me ol UroucliliK mhmi nnd tvu riil d t.'lUr.
Olitbk itv Irunluii. t'lilu.
riirrd Die ol aiihiua: a i rufula of mtnr T"rl
aiandlng. lAi;.lawtuJU (.orlnaiuo, ky.
RAM A RITA XI-.RVIWE
Curd me of Bi. llvU en u f.,r orr tour ywira.
LiuaLia k. Ci ktiv (wakit. DouKit tu. Miiia.
, HAMAKITA ERVIE
Cured- frkud ul miii" nli litd .I.' ..a w-rr Mdly.
MiCNAfLM CoxNoH. KliUway. I'a.
RAMA RITA .' .r.KVlF.
permauruily t ur-.l m- ..f epii -julr
O.Tirilikniii.r. Ihi Muiwa, luwa.
Cured my ltj ol rpll ny ( y, y,-ar, ,r.thl,i.
iLAiia rairiiri.i, Mlrn,
RAM A RITA M.BVIr
Cun d my l(cf a urn mi. lle hrad.
K. (iatiux. K.inh II .pr, Ta.
Cared mr ton of Aia. lie not hvi a at for about
fuur)ara, .Imnx rii,
Wuod'iurn .Mtcuiiin Co.. 111.
It TOR SALE
HY AL.L. I) HUG GISTS
Or nny I hid direct from in. Tr far:h.r Intorma
tion iii-lie rmnif.ir our lilmtrai'd J iurnai glvlog
cvldiuua of run AiMd m .
lill. K, A. Hlf nMOD Ai CO.,
WurUt Kplleptle In'lime,
ST. JOitPH, MO
HAVE BEEN IMITATED,
And their excellent reputation in
jurod by wortblcBa imitations, The
Public aro cautioned against buy
ing PlastorB having similar sound
ing names.' Soo that' the word
C-A P C I N-E is correctly spelled.
Benson's Capcine ;
Aro the only improvement ever
mado in Piasters.
Ono is worth moro than a dozen
of any othor kind.
Will positively cure whoro other
rcmodios will not even roliovo.
Prico 5 conts,
TJowaro of cheap Plastors made
with lead poisons.
seacury & Johnson,
' ' ' MntinfriPtniliiH rhi'iiilftiNow YorV.
A' M'lt I'! It K II TP V AT I.AfT. l'Hee'neta.
MEAD'S Medicatod CORN wd pUNION PLASTER.
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TRADI MARK. TUadroHt Eng-
null iTini'ay. ah
Ulifiilllan cms fur
liotiiiici' a.irt all
a a eeuiionco
of auir-iibtiau; aiA
Before Taking ''v,;r"''' """".".'.Tiftor Tiikinir.
"piutl 111 UIU l"n. l"
dlmncfn nf vIkIuii, primmluiu old bko, d runny
otbiir dlaouKua mat luad tu tuaaullv, cunaumptloa
or jiromntiiro i-raVK.
r-Kiill piirllculnra In our pamphlut, which we
rioalau toaand fruebv mail to uvurvona,; ItfTbti
ttpncllloMudlcltio la aold brail drttKifUtu at $1 tier
paraaiin, or all packiiuna H(r n, or will be aunt fret
liv uiailou rnvaipt nftliu inutivv, bv adilrcaaliig.
TUB. QUAY MBDtClNR CO.,
Bold la Cairo by Pau. . 8cuU""' N ' 1 '