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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL 14. 1882.
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Useful and Beautiful
Tha Port Moirii Lay Down Ooldeu Bait tor
"- " Hoi-rumlrtinj. '...
If you want rt golden nilo that will fit
everybody, this is it: "Have ntliin; hi
jour hoHo that yon do uot know lo bo
' jiscful or believe to be bcniitiful," ays
llio Hoiks and Ftnrs of Art,
And if wo apply that rnl strictly, wo
.liall, in tho first placo, show jlho build
ere (and such like servants of tho pul-
lie) what wo really want; ,wo shall
create a demand for real ait, aslho
'.phrase goes; and in tho second placo,
we shall surely have moro money to pay
for decent houses.
Perhaps it will not try your patienro
too much if I lay before you my idea rf
tho fittings necessary to the sitting-room
of a healthy person, & room, I mean,
which he would not have to cook in
much or sleep in generally, or in which
ho would not have to do any very lltlor
niaking manual work.
First a book-case with a great many
books in it; nest a table thut will keep
steady when you .write or work at it;
Jhen several chairs that yon can roovo
and a bench that you can sit or lie upon;
next a cupboard with drawers; nxt,
unless cither the book-ease or tho cup
board be very beautiful with painting or
carving, you will want pictures or en-
gravings, such as you can afl'o&l, only
not stop-gaps, but real works of art, oil
the wail; or else the wall itself must bo
ornamented with some beautiful and
restful pattern ; we shall also want a vase,
or two to put flowers in, which latter
you must have sometimes, especially if
you live in a town. Then there will bo
a lire-placo, of course, which in our
climate is bound to bo the chief object
in the room.'
This is all wo shall want, especially
if the floor be good; if it be not, as, by
the way, it is pretty certain not to be, I
admit that a small carpet which can be
bundled out of tho room in two minutes
will be useful, " and wo must also tako
care that it is beautiful or it will annoy !
"How beautiful the dome of heaven"
this evening!" said Angelica, as sho
leaned heavily on his arm. "Tho stars
seem to look down upon us" "O, yes,"
said practical John; "it's impossible for
them to look up to us, you know. They
cawn't," Sudden check to an evening1
fill of most delightful sentimentality.
, Did it ever occur to you that a swan's
upper side is never clown?
The difference between a hungry man
and a glutton is: "One longs to eat and
the other eats too long." '
While stingy husbands are not popu
lar, every maiden likes to have her beau
.The cigarette-consuming young man
is a bore, and tho world is tirfd of see
ing him around. Philadelphia Times.
Seven doctors charged Colonel Belts,
of Washington, $30 each to tell him ho
couldn't live a week. In four weeks ho
was able to go back to business.
A roan in Lincoln county, Ky., has
just been lined $16 for beating his wife,
nnd 1 cent for driving his mother-in-law
out of his house "by force of guns."
A Venetian gondolier makes on an
average 4 francs (about 80 cents) a day
tho year round. On this he will marry,
rear a family, and put some money by.
At tho annual meeting of Mr. Spur
coon's church it was reported that 70
members died during the year and 67.
were received. Tho whole number is
A colored boy of Tallahassee cut off
the lingers of a playfellow. When ho
was asked about it, he said he could not
tell a lie, and that he did it with his lit
tle hatchet. (
Tho Congregationaliflto have in Iowa
238 churches and 140 ministers. The
largest church is at Grinnell, with 580
members, and tho next at Des Moines,
with 318. ,
The Yoilng Men's Lyceum of Daniols
ville. Windham County, Conn., has de
cided, after a thorough discussion, that
men are not stronger, mentally, than
Charles A. Reed, of Newton, Mass.,
devised $40,000 each to his own town
and Salem, to bo used in picnics to chil
dren, acientiilo lectures and relief to
While the entire rental of the city of
Philadelphia last year amounted to $23,
000,000 it was surpassed by the expend
itures for drink more than 1,000,000.
The statement seems almost incredible.
In the last twenty years, twenty-nine
murderers sect to tho Connecticut
State's Trlson for llfo have been pardon
ed out after an average confinement of
eight and a half years.
A Californian gave a poor family $300
worth of provisions and fuel and then,
dressing up as a beggar, he went around
to tho. house ana asked lor a bite to cat.
lie was promptly kicked oil tue steps,
"Were you hurt near any one of the
vertebra? asked a lawyer of a witness
who wanted damages. "No," was the
answer: "I was hurt right on the race
course, close to the judges' stand."
A Chinaman would rather fly a kite
than go on a drunk, tear down doors,
and thump a bar-tender. And yet some
peoplo regard the Chinese as the intel
lectual eiuai oi me wiuto man.
A young roan had no more than slip
ped an engagement ring on aMilwaukeo
girl's linger when it wus missing. Her
brother had adroitly removed it, and tho
next day it was recovered in a pawn
On the house No. 7 Craven street,
Strand, London, a circular tablet has
been fixed, with these words: "Lived
here, Benjamin Franklin, Printer, Phi
losopher and Statesman. Born 1706.
There is something about Pingrey
that I admire," said Brown. "Yes,"
aid Fogg: "there is something about
. turn that I admire, too something in
the morning paper, which says that he
has roue to Lurupo for a couple of
An exciting bit of sport in shooting at
a stray sea lion was bad at Napa, Chi.,
some days since. The monster was mis-
, taken for a mule swimming down tho
fclream, but when tho true character, of
thu animal was discovered many inef
fectual shots were lircd. However, ho
, . seeujed to be a lion that only a ennnon
ball wold injure, uLd nwtun away to
uther 1 waters where twenty of tub
About live htindrrd thousand busheh
of potatoes have lately been imported
from Kuropo, and now (iennnny is pro
ceeding to supply us with butter.
The Woman's Medical college of Bal
timore has hist beon incorporated. It
Ji to be devoted exclusively to the medi
cal education of women aud is tho only
institution for that purpose in Mary
land. It faculty cou.sirfts of seven gen
tlemen. Tho first wrestling-match was tho ono
when "tho angel wrestled with Jacob."
Wo are not infonHciiwbutlicr it .was
Graco-lloroan on collar-and-elbow; but
the general impression is, that tho angel
was the best man. Boston World.
In an opera now being performed at
the Standard theatre, New York, a topi
cal song is introduced which is rather
rough on Mr. Field. "Ho is putting up
monuments costly and rare," says ouo
verse, "And Andre and Arnold havo tho
llixt pair, nnd Judas Iscariot need not
Little Bertha, with a contrito air, says,
"(), mamma, I have taken thrco lumps
of sugar off tho table.
"That was very naughty, Bertha; but
I forgive you, because you told me of
"Then give mo onu, mamma; I didn't
take but two!"
Hero is a sidewalk. It is Made of
Bricks. Do von See the Slippery Spot
on the Sidewalk? Look! There is a Man
Coming. Will Ho Sit Down on the Slip
pery Spot? You can Mako a Wager that
Ho 'Will. Will ho use Language unfit
for Publication? Just you Wait and
"Why should a red cow give whito
milk?" was the subject for a discussion
in a suburban agricultural club. After
an hour's debate, tho secretary of tho
meeting was instructed to milk the cow
and bring in a decision according to the
merits of the milk. It was blue.
Mr. Howells, of The Ashtabula ScntU
ncl writes from Buffalo to his paper: "1
walked around one of tho largo glucose
or corn-sugar factories, and tho smell I
got of it dispelled any desire for a closer
inspection. It is an immense building,
seven stories high, and two or threo
hundred feet square, and every inch of
it stinks. It must bo too utterly awful
in the summer."
Congressman Evans, of South Caro
lina, has forwarded to his constituents a
supply of tobacco seed for gratuitous
distribution among thoso who care to
cultivate "tho weed." At ono timo
great attention was paid to this crop in
South Carolina, and largo quantities
were raised, but, for some unknown
reason, for a number of years its culti
vation has been almost entirely neglect
ed. Tho great hotel at Rockaway, L. I.,
is ordered sold. The hotel was opened
In part late last summer, and sunk $U0,
000. It is costing $2,600 a month to
caro for tho property. There is a first
or ground mortgage of $72,000, aud a
second or construction mortgage of
$700,000. Outside of these liabilities
there are debts, represented by certifi
cates, aggregating over $000,000.
Cleveland is now illuminated bv elec
tric lights on two tall mast, one of them
250 feet and the other 200 feet high and
it is demonstrated that at half a mile
distant ordinary newspaper print can bo
clearly read. It is also settled that tho
birher the electric lijrht tho more (lis-
tant, the more penetrating, and tho
moro valuablo will bo its ellect.
Forty Swedes were employed in New
York by Americans to work Chihuahua
mines. They struck for higher wages
and lircd on the Mexican guard, killing
several. Now they languish in a Mexi
can prison with no relief from tho
American consul or any other consul,
and will probably livo out their days in
tho peon mines.
In some parts of Manitoba specula
tion is wild. It is getting to ne quito
common for a settler to sell his farm at
from $.r),000 to $19,000 $25 cash, bal
ance in twenty to thirty flays. Hie cal
culation of the purchaser is that within
the time specified he may dispose of the
land at uu advance; H not no only iosea
What pests thev are! Nothing is sacred
in their covetous eves; they have not a
particle of regard for the rights of prop
erty. They borrow everything. With
a grocery store on nearly every square,
with "notion shops" accessible every
where, thoHC chronic borrowers aro con
tinually sending in to their neighbors
on riirlit and on left for "u imooiiiul of
lard,' a "cup of Hour," a "little yeast,"
a "piece ot laru," a "piece oi tape,"
"spool of cotton,"a "No. 6 needle," and
so through a long and curious catalogue.
These same people, nnd many others be
side make a regular practice of borrow
ing your newspaper, generally with tho
polite but meaningless qualification that
thev "would like to look at it lor a lew
minutes, if you have done with it." Of
course they got it, whether you have
read it or not. And H it is returned in
good condition, you aro exceptionally
lucky. Your pet magazine, too, which
vou intend to have bound some day,
and desire to keep spotlessly clean, is
also in demand; and you are considered
"just as mean as mean can bo if you
refuso to trust it iu other hands than
those of your household. But you must
learn to nay "No" to these gentry, if
you would protect your own rights; noth
ing but. decided snubbing cau rid you of
Small Change in tho Wast.
In truth, a person who waits forchango
in tho sliano of two, three, or four cents,
is looked upou with something like scorn
in the West. Is your bill seventy-eight
cent? You pay eighty, or the obliging
hhopkeooor calls it seventy-live.
i recall an incident which onu of tho
morchanU of Salina related when speak
ing of his recent trip to Now York for
goods. After making his preparations
for returning ho went to scttlo his bill,
which proved to bo forty dollars and
threo cents, lie paid forty dollars nnd
was starting away when ho was recalled
by a tap on his shoulder, aud the three
"ciMifs were pointed out.
v in RiMirniui amazement iio threw down
ten;.rent$ and again started away.
- ''Hero is your change, sir' said a
vplco, In no - wlso "overwhouuod by his
The merchant waved his hand tind
"Keep it, blr. I ntn a Western man.
we do not graup a few cemm closely.''
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d. (lanercn pru-
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Wound healed rapidly.
Hcnrvy cured in abort
Tin ter dried up.
It laperfefl ly harmleaa.
Kor corn throat It In a
8blp fever prevonted by
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Dnntreroiu efftnvlna of
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Yellow ft-vor eradicated.
8irk rooms purl Hud and
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Mulct added to the
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Hear prevented .
Hc miivei all mipleucant
In fact it la tbe great
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ManuUctarlns ChomlBta, SOLE PROPRIETORS.'
Owing to a popular idea that a remedy aald to
euro a variety of niuladlea abouid be treated with
caution, if noteu plcion, the inventor liefltnted
coma time In plnctu it before tbe public; but fiom
tbe gra:if Iuk afHiiranre by a Rreat number of tbe
rare vit-ilissln'g and health renewing properties of
bla preparation of llypuphoephitv, under a varie
ty ofclrruniKiantea, be Ik equally iatlHlod i bat
tucfu i fl'cctf" are aeruri-d bv its une, tbat Ita anion
In peculiar to hie preparation, and that . Consump
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Mies. While it in the aim of tho inventor to convey in
formation toanch a require h.a Ilrpophoapnite,
It la hi firm belief that. Ita nue will ho valnahlu to
all who (Inclru a lone life or who are atruggling for
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