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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 22,1882.
' A Russian nobleroiw txnrwHing d
niro to nee a Hebrew whaso Ix-ard reached
to hU lout, ho wa nunt fiwr from the dis
tant provinco where he lived. Tho po
liVo officials learning that he had been
brought to St. Petersburg; by Govern
ment orders, mistook himor an uncom
monly bad criminal, and imprisoned
him. Hy this tiiuo snverul week had
elapsed, and both the ludy and the gov
ernor who had Rent for him had forgot
ten her whim. So the luckless man
wight have spent the rust of hi days in
rriwou but for the interference of his
wealthy relatives. When attention wad
calle.il to his ease- and ho was ordered on
exhibition, it was suddenly discovered
that tho solo object for his exile had dis
appeared, for tho authorities, in accord
ance with prison regulations, had had
his hair and whiskers clipped close. Ho
wa thereupon set loose, congratulated
on hid narrow escape, and warned "nev
er to do it again."
The Artist and the Eustic
If men need education to appreciate
art, so they do to appreciate nature A
c.lowu is no judge of beauty anywhere.
The Boston Journal gives the following
freeh illustrations of a rustic's estimate
of skilled efforts and pictorial charms:
One of Boston's artists, who enjoys a
well-earned fame for his landscapes, was
sketching in a neighboring town during
the summer, when a butcher's cart con
taining a young follow came up, and the
occupant alighted to s what wwt going
"Do you sell many of them things
around here?" asked the slayer of bulls
and of sheep, looking at the sketch and
speaking with a touch of scorn in his
-No." replied the artist, "but I sell a
gfKxl many in lioston."
"And how much do vouget furVm?"
nuked the butcher, jingling a few pieces
nt silver in hi pocket
"Well." 8aid the painter, "for a pic
ture of this size about oue hundred and
fiftv or two hundred dollars,"
The butcher almost swooued with sur
prise, fjave vent to his feelings by an
emphatic word, jumped into hU cart and
rattled away, as if he hud narrowly es
caped the clutches of a dangerous luna
tic. GLEA KINGS.
The dire report that crinoline
made a reappearance iu London
filled (esthetic Paris with dismay.
An untutored Seminole boy makes
excellent drawings of Florida" scenery,
and id to be instructed in art
A son of Jenny Mud Goldschmidthas
just been appointed to a clerkship in the
Chancery lleglstrar'8 ofllre.
According to Cardinal Manning, it is
an indictable oftenso in Knirlarul for a
man to propagate atheism.
A man iu Kuox County, Me., who
wanted to vote against a projected high
school, wrote his ballot, "Know."
Tho standing army of little Belgium
is twice as largo a that of the United
States and twice as necessary.
It requires on an average 100 ncres of
land as a rnrifjo for ten head of cattle in
tho -stock-raising portions of Texas.
In tho Census Office at Washington
is a return in which a Iinstou man is
described as a manufacturer of pig's
An English paper says that American
railroad companies arc treating with
Austrian manufacturers for 170 locomo
tives. When a convict in Sing Sing 1'risoii
fails to iron twelve shirts a Jay ho is
stimulated by a liberal application of tho
Tobacco killed a boy of tiftceu at
Blair, Nebraska. He rml only chewed
great quantities of tho weed, but swal
lowed tho juice.
Very extensive guano depoMta, which
will compare favorably with any Tern
vian guano now in the market have bocu
discovered in Uvaido County, Texas.
Mr. W. H. (jlcason, of Biscaynu Bay,
Fla., has 760 growing cocoanut trees,
and he is setting out another grove of
In Philadelphia, a young lady on her
way to church carried her Lan'iLsomely
bound prayer-book in her lap while t-lio
read with inten.-.- interest one of tho
no vtla of the period.
Tie aUUtic of the Treasury Depart
ment jL'w tUt tie list year 77u,XW
com?. rili&A at 17 MM), were im
rj.A v&t tu- United S:aU:d from Lu
rope. "Aik no woman her ago," says a ro
nt writer on nodal ethics. Of course
not Ak her next bost lady friend.
She will never fail to give the informa
tion. An extraordinary style of livery for
foot-men has been adopted by certain
denirena of "tho avenue," New York.
It is a pea-green coat, sunflower-colored
waistcoat, and green trousers with gold
Devil fish, with arms twenty feet long,
aft so numerous on tho banks of New.
f oundland that a man a board a ship com
ing upon that coast finds it hard work
to persuade himself ho hasn't got deliri
According to Itormrt 1. Porter's re
port on public Indebtedness, there am
but throe government out of seventwin
that reduced their debt during the last
docade. 1 he thre'Brij the Uniti'd States,
10 TJrw Britain and Denmark,
A Miss Buchanan ouco rallying her
cousin, an officer, on his courage, said,
"Now, Harry, do you really mean to Mi
r ' mo you can walk up to acuiiiimi'a mouth
without fear?" "Yes," was the proiuit
k'. reply, "or to a Buchuoan's, uither."
"Have you soon our friend 11. latelyf"
r, ' "Yw." "Then you must have noised
that bo dyes his hair lu front, but forgets
to tfye the back of It" "Wull, it only
proves t.hl that if ho Is willing ui do
! V ' coive biruvelf. he is not willing to deceive
T-" otbors." ;
'vv- - A Troy paper, laving apoLr-n of a man
' 1 who wm ''cnpable of earning handsnnii
wages m lather. " thul'rmot that
cjt lngotlwuly rusponds: "Will hoiuo-
' ' .. body pIoaM help us with that last word?
IVs don't know whether to pronounce
' V -r It tather. or lather, or lather. Dooa it
, taeaa tk emollient od by barber, or
bit cm who uioj tUthe. ttm vbc
"Ah," he exclaimed, aa bo pressed her
tenderly to him at parting, "Bhall I hold
you In these arms again to-morrow and
paint our futuro with the bright pig
meuts of imagination?" "No," stio said
calmly, "not to-morrow; to-morrow's
Tho Britton family has for four gen
erations livod on charity in Germnntown,
l'a. The progenitor, who died a few
years ago, aged 1)6, had been a profes
sional lK'ggar60ventyyear9. The young
est members are now toddling from door
to door with scrap bakots.
Cows on tho prairies get accustomed
to tho noise of locomotive bells and
whistles, and do not always clear tho
track until thrown oil by tho cow-catcher.
A patented device is described in
the Scientific American for squirting hot
water twenty rods ahead. It is calculat
ed that this would stimulate tho laziest
Mr. Frederick Treves, F. II. C. S., says
that on somo women the Jersey is simply
immodest He commends the sensible
tish-wifo tunic, especially for tenuis play
ing. Ho quotes a French hookas giving
the modiste waists at eighteen inches,
while English fashion plates give them
at twenty-one inches, whereas nature
inteuds them to lie twenty-eight and
A new hotel is to be built on Hunting
ton avenue, Boston, opposite Hotel Hunt
ington, at ja cost of $500,000. There aro
to uo no woodcu partitions in the build
ing, each wall being brick from tho
foundation to tho roof. The building is
to bo of granite to tho second story, and
brown stone and face brick above, six
stories on the Huntington avenuo side
and eight in tho rear, and is to contain
abont 400 rooms.
New Haven Register: "The air was
permeated with a snow chill, tho sky
was overhung with leaden clouds, and a
breeze carrying icicles in its onward
sweep played with her long brown locks.
But she hesitated not She pressed for
wHrd, driven by a resistless impulse,
and one glanco at her determined face
showed tnut she was resolved, firmly re
solvedto get live yards of velvet trim
ming cut bins to match, if she overhauled
every dry goods store in town, and we
presume she did."
Two young fellows in Warsaw quar
reled recently, and to preserve their
"honor" it was arranged that they
should play a set of three games of dom
inoes, ujwn the solemn understanding
that the loser should swallow a dose of
the deadliest poison procurable. The
compact was carried out. Tho gamo
was played iu a cafe, in presence of
seconds. The younger of the two fel
lows, a lad of sixteen, named Stanilaus
Julian, was tho loser. Ho lifted the glass
containing the puiou to his lijw and
drank off its contents at a draught Five
minutes later he was a corpse.
With the death of Bean Stanley ceasod
the production of about the worst hand
writing the world has ever known, but
printers will continue to be batllcd, at
least as long as a certain memlx'r of tho
present House of Commons livos. That
gentleman receutly gavo notice of his
intention to put a question to the Pre
mier with respect to the duties charge
able upon each emmty and borough in
England and Wales. After some time
spent in the endeavor, the clerks and
the printers were obliged to abandon tho
attempt to decipher the name. The no
tice accordingly appeared on the orders
with a blank where the name should
The members of the crew of the Nor
wegian bark Sidon at Boston detract
somewhat from tho size of the telegraph
ic story about their sailing through fifty
miles of dead codfish, but the truth, if
their present story be true, is slartein'
enough. They say that they sailed
through ten or twelve miles of dead fish,
the fish being of large size and visible
on both sides of tho ship us fur as the
eye could reach. An attempt was made
to citUh one of them with a boat-hook,
but the vessel was sailing so fast that it
proved impossible to do so. These
mariners have no theory to account for
this lish fatality, but say they never saw
or r.euru ol tue like Ucloro.
Parisian Taney Dre3s Oostumcg.
A wonderful amouutof invention, says
London TrutK is expended in devising
original costumes for 1 arisiau fancy
bails. A lovely couutt'ss, who is noted
equally in I'aris for wit ami beauty, gave
one recently in which her guests repre
sented a fruit garden. The ladies ap
peared rw vines, cherry trees, currant
tushes, strawberry plants, etc., and tho
gentlemen as ajiple and p-ar trees. One
ovely young lady, it is said, won mur
murs of admiration aj a strawberry. At
another ball a kitchen garden was repre
sented. The ladies wore white and red
turnips, caulillowers, aud radishes (tho
sweet smelling onions and the sugges
tive carrot were neglected), nnd the geii-
tleinen appeareu ns caouages, utft-root,
and 04 lery. Some amusement was cre
ated at another fancy ball given by Mnie.
Guichard. by tho apixiurauco of a new-ly-marricd
couplo as ewk and hen, the
eoek being arrayed in golden brown
feathers, with comb and purs complete,
and the hen in white satin and swans-
uown, wiin a wnne icainer tan ana
suiall basket of golden eggs.
A Masonic Story with an Original Ending.
The prisoner wits bound to the stake,
Ihf faggots were ulight, anl already
were the hungry llarues reaching out
their red tongues to lap him into their
remorseless maw. At this moment, in
au agouyof desperation, the poor wretch
pn-v nv niivMouio sign. mstanuy" mo
cuviige chief rushed forward, crying:
"lou ure a Mason; ho am 1. Have you
got Biioh a thing as a livo-dollar bill
about you?" The prisoner was not false
w ma own. uo reached forth the cur
roncy. The next Inntant ho was dead-
broiled to a crisp. This Incident doesn't
end precisely like tho usual Masonic
stories, but Id undoubtedly as true im
most 01 tuenl. JJoilon TraiMnyt,
A Muuio Ootnmittee Man,
Who is this big mauP This li a church
mtisie cuinmittcu man. what does he
do? lie heart people sing on tria, and
loons very wise. Doesiiu know atytlilng
ioin iiniiticr wn, uo; no Ukt ho
would never be a committee man. How
can lie ten u the Dinger can sing? He
cannot; he guesses at it. Doesn't ho
evur muKo mistake P Oh, yes; pier
oiviiem. Wbatdotaihe do tbonR Oh,
no oum in organist; it'g alvvay.
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I'Iotk purl tied mid heal
I'd. (iiHiiircne pru
vented ami rured.
Wound huiilid rapidly.
Scurvy cured lu hort
t ino .
Tuiu r dried up.
It ie perfectly uarruluei.
Fur tore throat It in .a
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Hick rnemH purified and
Fevered mid nick per
foils relieved and ro
fri'vued hv bathing
Fluid added to tho
Hull while complexions
secured by He uee lu
Impure nlr made linrm
IttPH and purllloil by
To purify the bre'ith,
cleatiee t lie teeth, It
can't he iirpaned.
Catiirrh relieved and
Rryxtpelai) cured .
HcarH prevented .
lienioveii all ttnplcneant
Ship lever pruvuntud by
In ran1 of death In tho
limine, It ehould al
vtuvs ho ueed about
tho corpse It will
pr vcul auy unpless
Hiit emell. An 'ntt;
note lor animal or vug
eihble poitfoua, stlnga,
Diiii)!itou i'fflnvlit of
rick room and uoiptt
e'.n removed by lta una
Yellow fever eradicated.
In fact it If the great
Disinfectant and Purifier.
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Owing to a popular Idea thata remedy fald to
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camion, if not ru'pidon, the inventor bcaltated
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the craolviuK KHMirm.ce by a great turn her of the
rare vltnllxiug and health renewing properties of
hii preparation of Ilypophopphiten, under a varie
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Wbilu 1 if the aim of the inventor to convey In
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