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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL 7. 1882.
At tie Convent
ALICE WKI.MNOTOlf ItOLLINB.
' Swetfate Anna with thn tmt lent faof,
I rr4 the woihIit of thy wift mirprlno
That urn I, with ainilnewi In my rypa,
', Phrmld aeei the com dirt of thin holy plHt'O.
Teem bewt bprn wont to art v lt hoal Injr irrnoe
To lU-tckeu, monn-lomed touln, and art not
1 . ' WlM
! To red what aiiM! aerrot undorllra
: Trie tight In mine. Yet for a lltiloxpnco
' Tke mo tothjrdwpcalin.and know at Init
i Joy onto IU normal wboro otbera ooma to
Rest and relief for coma hosrt.brenklnff
' I romii, m pome bright flower faint and weak
: 1 Witt ton much nun, might turn Its glowing
la longing towardi a coot dork shadow cant I
The Poetry Left on Andre' i Monument.
; Following are the Terms, left upon the Andre
monument at Tappan, N. V., bjr the very ai
,dont pet riot who defaced the itono erected by
Cj-rui W. Field:
, Too long hath Hood the trallor'i ihuft,
A monument to ahmne,
1 Built up to pralm a traitor's craft.
To aanetlfy Ill-fame.
Are freemen bound to ptill forbear,
And meekly atill Implore,
When conquered foe. their altar! rear
. , Wttjile our very doorr.
i ThUwolgwand Innnltlnfitone
Would honor for all time.
' Not anenklnir Andre', death alone, '
Hut black lien Arnold's crime.
And they who thus can irlorify
The traitor and his deeds
Themselves hl&h tresson would employ
; flf JtwouldfulUUthoirnoeda.
Amerteansl romlm, proclaim
That In our own dear land
Never, while the people rclirrt.
. m 8hall Treason's staiue sinixl I
And he who dares erect It next
, On fair Columbia's breast.
With fulsome or with faUe pretext,
Shall dangle from its or out,
' 1J' "8kdbeleff and Pan-Slaviam.
'The Russian General put into words
that which government and politicians
dread, aaja the Utica Herald. The Slavs
count themselves at over 87.000,000 of
irtiom 57,000,000 are in Russia; the
roles number 11,000,000; ' Illy ria and
Sorvia. with Herzegovinia and Monte
negro fjive homes to 7,600,000. urcly
what might not happen if nil these ele
ments could be united for thought and
action? ' The danger first threatens
Austria and next (Germany.
" " !' GLEAimTGS.'
, T ho jirinre of Wales, It is said, has ro
ntly taken to ' Anieriean whisky, and
is now addressed as "Your Uyeness."
. It is said tlmt, hens can be trained to
eat potato bugs; , but in that cac can
anyiKKly be trained to cat eggs or hens?
' 'Tm tho light of this nicnagerio!"
cried the nilr. Tlien the other beasts
wanted to put him out .
Three degrees of mining Kjieculation
positive, mine; comparative, miner; su
The '"fours of habit, said the gam
bler, softly, as he dealt himself all tho
aces in the pack.
. Seventy American women took out
patenU last year, and the most valuable
invention was a 5-cent slioe-buttoner.
Atlantic City hotels bid for winter
guests by "sun parlors" where feeble
folks can roan themselves tinder glass.
Mrs. Ko, the widow of Prof. Ko,
doesn't want 'to go back to the old
tyranny of Oriental custom," and prob
ably will continue to live in Boston.
' A marble headstone lias been placed
at the grave of Keats's friend, Joseph
Severn, who lies beeide the poet in the
protestant cemetery at Home.
Experience teaches that it does roil an
artist to ask him: What will you take
for that frame with the picture thrown
in? , ,
! The difference between a dog and a
lxy consists in tlio fact that when the
dog finds a scent he doesn't spend it for
: The widow of llalzac, neo Countess
Rzewuska, has sold her Paris mansion
to Baroness de Hothschild, widow of
Huron holomon-James, for 500,000
'How to Becomo the Owner of Your
Farm" frthe narao of a pamphlet now
circulating in Ireland. The agitators
think that the easiest way is to shoot the
Cleveland editors are developing a
genius for nicknaming. Thus the Penny
1'reM man speaks of tho Leader as the
Follower, while Mr. Cowles retorts on
hit small adversary by dubbing it the
A California paper says that wildgceso
swarm like bees'' around Washooluke,
lSv. The smoke-stack of a passenger
ensrine the other evening knocked three
fat old ganders out of a flock that was
flying across the track.
The trade In sheep pelts in Los An-
celes county, California, is very lively
. .i i,
oj isie, me prices varying an uie way
from 10 cents to $1.26, according to the
amount of the wool and the grade of
the defunct sheep, CO cents being a lair
A play-bill dropped from the gallery
l the Volks theater, Copenhagen, took
fire from a cras-iut in its fall, and, alight
ing on a lady's head, burned off her
bonnet and nearly all her hair before
the Qames could be extinguished.
A rattlesnake confined in a cage for
- . t - t 1 i. i. 57...
ieyea nionius siibu us siua lour times,
ate sixty raU, and, alttiough it bad ac
cess to a tank of water, an apparatus
prepared for the purpose proved it had
never drauk drop.
l The Springfield Union thinks that in
teadof fitting" out expeditions to dis
cover the North Tolc.and to suffer hard-.
ships in Arctic seas, it would seem more
wise ana sensible tonndout somethings
we do not know about our own country.
Ex-Senator Thurman appears to be
the most jovial and contented of the re
tired statesmen. He latighed a reporter
out of his room in New York the other
day, saying that he really kucw no more
about politics than his friend, John
A distinguished Spanish phy
Ulive, alter a lonir term of close ohnnr.
vatlon, gives it as his opinion that pow.
aerea ooDwens wnen taken In two
gramme dosos, will cure the most ohsti-
nate cases ot malarial fever. To mitko
cobweb powder, clean the cobwebs, dry
iui-ui iu uiu nun, ntiu )OUnu Ilium 111 a
mortar. Ono gets thus an ash-brown
powder, insoluble in water, and hardly
eoiuuio ui uicouoi.
Kbv. Pr. U'asliiiigton (UudJen,' of
Springlield, makes this interesting stiite
ment; "1 with ti" reoonl my own con
viction, drawn from a pretty extensive
know ledge of jounmlisH and of clergy
muji, that the average editor is a little
mure fair ami Christian in Ids dealings
v illi Irutli, and in his trentmcnt of those
whoiliffer from him, than tho average
Frof. Packard, of Ilowdoin College,
vouches fur the story that Talleyrand
detested Aaron liurr, and that when tho
latter sent his curd, requesting an inter
view, tlio French diplomat said: 'Tho
minister of foreign affairs will see Col.
liurr at such an hour, but a miniature
of Gen. Hamilton alw ays hangs over his
mantel.1' Col. Burr did not call.
If the tunnel which it is proposed to
build across tho English channel should
cost (60,000,000, which was ono of tho
estimates, it would take 1,000.000 pass
cngers at $:'.60 to pay 5 per cent, onthe
investment. Of course, there must be an
allowance for freight, but no estimate
has been made of the possible businesf
of this nature.
Customer Here, waiter; what do yon
call this you've brought me? Waiter
Ham, sir; you ordered ham. Customer
When was it cooked? Waiter (snap
pishly) I don't know, sir; wo don't put
tags' on with the date and time of cook
ing! Customer You ought to! This
ham was cooked thirty or forty years
ngo! Bring me some that was cooked
"There's too much horse-racing at
your agricultural fairs," remarked Far
son Jones to the secretary of the county
societv; "I should like" to know, sir,
what liorse-racing has to do with agri
culture?'1 "Well, parson," replied the
secretary, with a pleasant smile, noth
ing, perhaps; or, atlea.st, no more than
church lotteries have to do with the
spreading of the gospel." Farson Jones
saw the point, and changed the conver
An anecdote of Lord Beaconsfield is
related by a London paper. When he
returned to office after his first retire
ment, a question arose as to making
Lord Rosslyn master of thebiukhouuds.
Ills lordship had, it was urged, every
qualification for the hL He was a
good sportsman, was especially good
looking, and would like the work. On
the contrary, it was averred that lie
swore like nobody since the army in
Flanders. '"Swears, does he?" quoth
Di.zy. "Then we will make him lord
high" commissioner to the church of
Scotland." And it w.as done.
Tho new building for'the German Par
liament is to occupy a site 460 feet long
and W0 feet broad. There arc to lie
seats for 400 Deputies arranged like
those in the Hall of Representatives nt
Washington, each with a desk. All
around the sides of the hall will bo
ranged boxes as in a theater, with a sep
arate entrance. The two most import
ant of these are reserved for the Imper
ial family and the Diplomatic body, and
only about 160 seats are set apart for
the use of tho general public.
A meeting of job printers has been
hold in Baltimore to take some action
for the protection of the trade. A mem
ber of thti Mate Legislature was calluil
to the chair, who was authorized to of
fer K bill in that body imposing a tax of
$60 per annum on amateur printers, and
also an additional tax of $60 per an mm
on regular job printers in addition to
their other taxes. The bill will also
contain a provision imposing an annual
tax of !j60 per annum on persons from
other places who solicit printing iu Bal
timore. The represent alive of an cleat ric light
company appeared before the Aldermen
of Boston and said that the present cost
of lighting the streets of that city by gas
being 'J ceuts per lamp, ins company
would furnish electric light at a cost of
5H cents a lamp a night, or if the com
pany could secure the use ot tho lamp
posts and lamps now owned by the city
it would furnish arc lights of 24-candlu
f lower each, being .10 per cent, more
i'ht than gas, at l' cents a lamp a
night, or light of 40-caudlo power at lt
cent a lamp a night
At or near New Braintree, Vt., years
ago, lived Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Smith.
Now Mrs. Smith was a constant borrow
er, especially of tea, which slio always
returned "short measure. .Mrs. lirown
never borrowed, it being against her
rule. Her patience atlastbeingexhaust
ed, she set a trap for neighbor Smith.
isne nougni a canister, aim pin inerem a
pound of tea. Next day comes Mrs.
Smith. She wants a drawing or two or
tea. Out comes that canister, and Mrs.
Smith departs with the tea. In time the
tea was returned, as usual a little short.
The tea was put in the canister and set
aside, liy-and-hy Mrs. hmitli comes
again for some tea. The canister is
brought out, and Mrs. Smith goes home
happy. So the borrowing and repaying
went on till tho canister was empty,
save the last repayment. On the next
application for tea Mrs. lirown calmly
presents the canister, to Mrs. Smith,
telling her it was all that was left of the
pound of tea. Mrs. Smith was cured of
tue baa uaolt of borrowing.
"Ftrat acongb, carried me off,
And then a coffin they carried me off in!"
ThiB will not he jour epitah If you take
your c mirh and Pr. It. V. Pierce's "Golden
Medical Discovery" in time. It is specific
for weak luous. splitting of blooi, niiht
sweats, and the early Btnus of consuinp'
tioa. By all druggists.
Madr fkom Darmi-ksr Matf.hiat.s, and
adapted to the noeds of fading and falling
hair, Tarker'a Hair Balsam has taken the
first rank as an elegant and reliable hair
IllVilft llilltnt nlt,i an.lia.nol.ltik
, w... . . uiki auu is nU 1 11 1 Kill UIO
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
B'iKt by Drniftfl'U rvery wnere. 1'rlm. 11 .01) pi-r bX
?TV:'"!1' .htt!"I'V' 'ntret lo l'hvmelnna
Mdlum-r.-ra,kv P.Ni ntneirt-rA'o, Kox'Ji.
GREAT Gvk DKSTKOVER.
I lo in purified and Ileal
0(1. (lanifrene pre
vented ami rnrcd.
w,.utid lienl. d rapidly.
Scurvy cured in hort
Teller dried up.
It lapftrfecily harmlee.
Kermre throat it 1
ttirk rooms ptirlrlvd and
Ki'vori'd nml lrk piT
oti( rllfved utirt r
frmnt'd bv hnthiiiK
Huitl ditfil to tlio
Soft whit tomplvxton
uTiirrrt by It U'o In
Impure ir mndfl harm
lot mid purlfleit rT
To purify 1 tie h'rath,
cleatim tint tih, it
can't be aurpauM'd.
Catnrrh ri'liuvcd and
Kt moYui all unpleasant
1 l.nii'fM ill' ilinll'll
Ship fever prevented by
In cae of death In the
tiou.e, it aliould al
kiii he naed about
the corpe It will
preveii' any uupleaa
ant meli. An aiitt
dote lor auin al or veg
etable poiaona. illDe',
Daneeroua elllnvlaa of
pick ronnu and hopll
alt removed by Ita nae
Yellow lever eradicated.
In fact it ! i the great
Disinfectant and Purifier.
' rmicrABKD nr
Manufctnrlng Chemlat, SOLK PKOPKIKTORS.
Owing to a popular Idea that a ren.edy raid to
ctire a variety of maiadlea ahonid be treated with
caution, if not fU-picion, the inventor lu-it(ited
romstimeln placinr'it before the public; But from
the Kraiifving atoarance by a great lumber of the
rare vitalising andJiealtb rent-wiDg propertied of
liU preparation orHypophoephitea. uuder a varie
ty of cirrnmn'ancei he it tquaily aatiffled ihnt
to cm; eff-ci arr wurcd bv ita ue. that ita action
la peculiar lo hie preparation, aud that Coripnuip
lion I not only curable, hot. np to a certain usee,
la aa capily controlled as murt other orKaoio die
rafea While It la the aim of the inventor to convey in
formation to anrh aa require h.a Hvpophoaphitea,
It ia hi flrrn belief that ita nae will be valuable to
all who rieriru a Ion if life or who are atmcliaz tor
health. With a laith hated upon the experence of
twtlvn veara. he would not detpair of reatorlnp a
pa'ient'tufl'erme from the above named dleeate,
even thoutrh reduced to a verv low itate aud not
complicated by actual orsnnlc loaa.
Kl st, Mich.. May loth. 18Jo.
Dear Sir: Allw me to aay that I eateem your
"Ilvpnphotphitei" moat highly, and for thoto en
pa.'cd in profetKlotia whirh draw largely on the
uervona avati-m It la invalt.able. I have ned Itniy
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troduced ittn aluree number of my people.
l.h Kltr.Mi it. . u.aiiih,
Tattor st. Michscl'aCatholIc fhurcb.
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Pain Cannot Stav Whore
IUiuematlsm la cared by
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A lame back of eight veara atandlng wai poiltlve-
ly cared by W cc-uta worib of
Common tore throat ia cured with one done of
TIIOMA8' JiCLKCTHIC OIL.
CouRhn and colds arc cored by
THOMAa" ECLBCTRIC OIL,
All throat and lunz dlaeaaea are cored by
TUOMA3' KCLECTUIC OIL.
Atthma li cured by
THOMAS' ECLECTRIC OIL.
Bnrni and froat bitei are relieved at once by
THOMAS' ECLhCTUIC OIL.
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Wuter Motora, nulavlaal
and ornamental, adap
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eblnea, are now rivlos
wo alaea ara made for
louat-hold Hewlpii Ma
tVj'J.TjO. Alao laraw
alaea for factory Beedl
and for all Hindi of tna-
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Cnr4 mr IIKlo Klrt of At.. She iu alio d.tf nd
dumb, but II runMTlK'r. blwf.o no I.Ik Md tftrm
w.U ti u) liody. 1iti Hon, Hpnniiur, tn.
Uu beto tUe urnn of raring my wlftuf rticumitlim.
J. U. Flitcukr. Furt CullUi, COU
Ktii lure curt uf tut of Bti fur mr mn.
E ft. Ralli. Hutl.vllk, K.t.
Cured roc of v.rtlfo. n-urii(lt ul tick lirdfh. .
Mm. Wm. IIinwim. Aurwrt. IIL
Wh tht iiniof curlti mr wife nf ipumi
. llr. J. A. Kdi. l.rrer. Tu
Ciird m of Mthmk. WIit iiwndtn or a Orr)
eihcr dtciurt b. H Huhkk. Nw Alton?, lnd.
A MA BIT AN NEBTINC
Ifffctuallj cured me of iDMmi.
Mill JIMKTI Villlf,
710 Writ Van Bores ftU ChloNcu, 11
Crd our chlM of fit. ru-r ien p lo dl by.tr
Umllr phrl'lan. It tiatlng ovr hii In It hour.
Hsxar (in Vervllla, WtrrcaCo., Tm.
Carfdme of tcrofuli aftrriuffHM for eiht r'ai
Almbt iro. I'eana. III.
Curd mrauiof flu, afir tprndlm H wthethr
dvclori. J. W. TnuaT. Clallam. Mm.
Oorrd me fmorntlj of epllrptlc t:i of a itoMir
(Uaraclcr. Har. H'x. MarriN. lrchaolcMoa.Md.
Cured my aun of nt. artrr harint had J.0ln'1ft(tffB
mosllia. Mn. K. Fo.aa. Wca( fatadan, K. I.
Cared HM of tpUr pay of nine r.'-' ttandlnf.
MutOai. i MaantLL.
Uraubr. SewtuttCo., Ma.
H pnnaacutlir currd me of enlWftir of many Trart
durxlus. Jacob turaa. tu Joeepti, Mo.
Cored me of broncbltia, ahm and f aKral el-Miiij.
uuvaa Mum. Irootoo. uliiu.
Ttaa ntrrd ok of aaintna: K fulula of many T"ar
aiandlog. laaau Jiiriu, CorlnKiua. S.J.
Cufd me of Ate. Ha.- torn well for over four Toara.
(.uiilii E. Cram. (Hakta Dung laat Co. . Miua.
Cured a friend of miw hn hvl O'apei a trr nadty.
NfccruiLOToim'iiB. Kldiiwa). 1'a.
4 SAM ARITAN NERVINE
Hae prDVaarnily cun-d trtr nf epil, peir (!:
IiiuTaiiLr. IfcaMulnri, Iowa.
Cured mr wife of cptl- () of W yara tainllrrw.
HaKaTCLaai Fairtlfiu. Mich.
Cured my wittof a ner.,n. ,Ji- ,,f th h -ad.
E. (iaaoaa. North llupe. F.
Cured mr aun uf fin. ilu hai nut hvl a at for abont
fourjeaia. Joiij Dti.
' Woodlmra Maoanls C., 111.
HY AXiL DRUGGISTS
OrmaThe had dtrvt from na. r'ir f'hr1nformw
lion i nr lua.' tiampfor our llluairaud Juuroat (Ulo(
CTltklwa of run t. AJ.Irfu
IIU. S. A. RirnMOND At CO,
WorW'l Kpli'ptk Iniilmte,
ST. .OtKPM, no
Havo Signed or Endorsed tho
KMarfl.Seabnry ft Jofcnwon, HMnfauitTir
lag CheroiBta, 21 PUtt St., Nrw Tot t
OiBtltmcn i-Vot the jxurt few rear ws
have sold vaxloua brtmd of Poroua PUs
ten. PtayalelaAi autd tho Fublio prefer
Bemnori'il Cftfclnei Porotie Plwiitw to avll
others. Wo consider them ono of the very
few reliable household remedies worthy
of confidence. Thejr sre superior to ail
othor Porous Pinters or iiaiments for
Bbubow's Caprine Plaator Is ft tenuis
Pawnwceutlcal product, of the hlfhest
order of merit, snd so reootrniswl
physioU&s arnd drunrista.
When other remedies fail
son's Ospoine Plaster.
Ton will he disappointed If u
cheap Plasters, LinlmenU, Pads w
MEAD'S Medicated CORN d BUNION PUSTU.
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TSADf MK. Tho Or Eng-
nnfalltiiK cure for
pnloncv r..id all
n a a anquoneo
ln a nf IllHmorr.
dlmnuaa orvlalon. imimalire old i d many
other dlaenii timtWd to inaanliT, conanmpllon
urn prummnrurravo. ......
Mf-Kull pariltulars In our pamphlet, which we
riimmfl to aond fruo bv mull to vrvonu. trThe
HimrltlcMudlcliie la aold bv nil drucKlt at nHr
pacKiifv, or tlx pnclintfi'. fur $5, nr will bo sent free
lit tuaUou rotuipt of the nmnev, bv Bdilrcnalnc.
Till. OKAY MKDICINK CO.,
, . UtmLo, N.Y.
troiUlnC.lrobvPuo. . Bchuh.