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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MOUHlNtf, MAY 5, 1882.
A Very Dignified Young Actross.
A writer in the London ttjwting and
Dramatic News givca an account of an
arouHing epiodo which hnpponod some
tirao ieo in tho rwn-room of ono ol
tho leading provincial theatres. His
friend Elpool is tho- manager, and ho
bad givnn no engagement to a certain
Miss lloitie, a lody who was half way
between an amateur and a professional
actress, Mins llortie, who had a very
high opinion of her dignity, was east for
a short but verv important part in a
certain drama. Tho villian, in tho final
act, was having it all his own way, and
was declaring triumphantly . "lint such
testimony can never be forthcoming!"
when Miss Jlortio, tho only m rson who
could set things right, and who was sup
posed to bo dead, had to enter quietly
and ("ay, "You uro mistaken!"
On (his, of course, tho wholo effect of
tho sceno depended, and when Klpool
went to tho wing to see if Miss llortio
was in her placo ready to go on, that
lady was nowhere to be seen, lie rushed
about in despair and bolted into tho
reen-roora, where- tho lady was quietly
Kitting down, doing some extraordinarily
"high class" embroidery.
"Now, my dear," cried Klpool, "your
"Reeno's on. For goodness sako don't
miss your cue!"
The lady rose with much dignity and
"Mr. Elpool, I leg to state"
"Yes, yes my dear; but tell mo about
it afterward. What is it? Nothing wrong,
I hope? We'll see about it; but do go
"Mr. Elpool, I wish to say that I-"
"Hut, my dear, your cue will bo given
in a second! and the scene ruined! Why
don't you go on?" cried poor Elpool,
Stamping in an air of excitement.
Just then in rushed one of the other
"Your cue's put, and tho stage is
waiting!" he cried, while tho unhappy
Elpool sank into a chair dumbfounded.
Only tho lady herself waa calm.
"Mr. Elpool," sho began onco more,
"when I accepted an engagement in
your theatre, I had no notion that you
would presume to take tho liberty of
calling me 'ray dear,' and I beg that so
great a violation of propriety may not bo
permitted to occur again!"
With that off stalked the lady, to find
tho curtain just fallen and the audienco
In China $150,000,000 are spent every
year in ancestor-worship.
Tho kingdom of Monaco has CO sol
diers. 10O priests, and 10,000 persons
who live by gambling.
Runnels count)-, Tex., has never had
murder in it," nor a robbery, nor a
forgery, nor a man sent to the peniten
tiary, nor a gambling hell.
In Paris the bride who is past her
youth does not wear pearl gray or lav
ender, these hues belonging to On w id
ow who marries again.
Tho manufacture of oleomargarine in
fit. T.nnitt luis liwn invest irated bv the
- ttoiml nf lK-.thli, mill proof was obtain
ed of thu two f it. fiimv lmrM'4 uikI
Dr. Sawyer, of Alabama, says that
quinine used hypoderuiioally that is,
thrown under the skin with a syringe
results beneficially whim large doses by
mouth have completely failed.
Deacon Jones was happy, indeed,
when he was told that his daughters, dear
girls had gone to the revival. Their
mother didn't ten him that it was a re
vival of "Pinafore."
William Walton, of Kentucky, has de
cided to visit tho capitol of every nation
on tho globe bearing tho United States
flag, and earning a day's wages in each
of those cities.
The hoisting of a safe is ono of tho
most fascinating of street sights to idlers.
In Providence the expectant crowd saw
the mass of metal, weighing four ton.?,
fall on a workman and crush him to
Tho Zunls visited a newspaper olliee
in Boston, and were greatly struck by
tho mysteries of tho machinery. When
tho presses were set agoing, ono put the
query, "Is this all talk?" That was u
Sophronia: "Can Senator David Dav
is, as President of tho Senate, if drawn
as a juror, be compelled to sit ona jury ?"
We don't know. If he can, we wouldn't
like to be one of the jury that ho would
Bit on. Soincrville Journal.
Modesty: Do you pretend to have as
good a judgment as I have?" exclaimed
an enraged wife to her husband. "Well,
no," he replied slowly,' "our choice of
partners for life shows that my judgment
is not to be compared with yours.
The poetical mid the practical- Senti
mental diner: Eat a lark! Partake of oue
of the quiring songsters at heaven's gate!
I would as Hoon eat a hymn!" Practical
friend: "Ya-as, never touch small birds
they all fixd on worms."
At tho Whit chouse glass work of At
terbury & Co., a new trade m about to
bo opeued up. They are ulxiut to manu
facture glass Dhingles, ornanieuted and
of different colors, tor hoiiHew. Instrength
they aro to be superior to any late now
Tho execution of two Indian murder
era by shooting instead of hanging, in
the Indian territory, was done on the
urgent plea of the doomed men. They
hod an awful dread of the noose, but
professed fearlessness as to death by tho
Scene in the auditorium of a theater:
Actor (who has appeared in the first
piece): "Good evening. May! take tho
- tteat next you?" Lady: ."Certainly; but
.t.. ....... ...... - . i . ..r i in.
uuu t juu niiin-ur uny iiiuru lo-iiigmr
Actor: "No. Lady: "Oh, I am ho glad.
Pray sit down."
Stneoneavs: "Bread and butter is
tho dress of this world; lovo and kind
'. ness U trimming." We'll bet 100 tho
man who wrote that isn't married.
Any married man knows that tho trim
mings always cost four times as much
as the dress.
; Prairio and wood fires have been rag
0 jng in muithern Arizona and southwest-
- prn New Mexico recently. Tho turn
tory burned over is reported to cover
forty miles square, andthedmnago dono
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, u luiuiuuro. j.iiv unjui ui uiu iiiu is in-
' Utbutod to the Indians, cither domestio
or renegade, who roam at will through
V frirt tho couutry, except on rutioa-day.
"How aro you getting along!"' nskeu
a widow of her late husband, who ap
peared to her as a ghost. Ghost: "Very
well, indeed much better than during
my twenty years married life on earth.
Widow (delighted): "Then you aro in
heaveuP" "Oh, no."
The emigration from Switzerland last
year was tho greatest on record, tho
number of emigrants who left the coun
try in 11 having been 10,li:t.r), against
7.255 in 1H0, and 4,2H in 187'J. By far
the greater proportion of them wero
from German Switzerland.
The Russian bath is said to have or
iginated with Peter the Croat. It is re
corded that when he was advised by
foreigners to introduce- hospitals ami
dispensaries into Russia ho was wont to
reply that "While Russians had baths
they needed nothing else as a health
giving remedy against mortal ills."
Lord Cranbourne, an elder brother of
tho present Marquis of Salisbury, who
died before his father, was stono blind,
hut lie could distinguish colors by tho
touch as accurately as others can by
tho sight. He could also tell by sound
the extent and bight of any room lie en
tered. A Rochester street-car liorso shot out
with his heels the other day and hit tho
driver with one and the cash-box with
tho other, and an investigation showed
that he had kicked G into tho driver's
overcoat ockot. Such wonderful sa
gacity on the part of the horse caused the
discharge of the driver.
Miq Lillian Taylor, daughter of Day
nrd Taylor, studying art in New York,
says her father never wrote up a place
wi'thout making a careful study of it,
which studies were the origin of the
hundred and fifty sketches lately exhibit
ed, which were a surprise to those who
did not know Ilayard Taylor painted
with any other pencil than'his glowing
A mulberry tree at Grillin, Ga., acted
in a very curious manner the other day,
emitting what seemed to bo pull's of
smoke at short intervals from all por
tions of the tree. Tho smoke, or what
ever it was, was light and thin, like cigar-smoke,
and scarcely visible to tho
casual observer. It was a phenomenon
that nobody could account for.
Rands of music aro forbidden to play
on most of tho large iron bridges of tho
world. This is duo to tho well-known
phenomenon that a constant succession
of sound-waves, especially such aseomo
from the playing of a good band, will
excite the wire vibrations. At first these
vijirations are very slight, but they in
crease as tho sound-waves continue to
The receding of tho ocean at Atlantic
t'itv, N. J., for many years p:ust. lias
left" much fresh land above high water,
and litigation with regard to ownership
is threatened. The lot-owners claim
riparian rights, but the Land company
that sold the property claim that the
new lots should belong to tho company.
Tho property in dispute is valued at
Three hundred and forty convicts of
the New Jersey Penitentiary are let out
to contractors in tho branches of indus
try described as shoes, laundry, shirts,
mll'iru Imvuj t,,l wliii Hi. un Average
tif a little more than lifty cento a day,
and the authorities are grumbling that
tho law limiting the number at each
trade to Hmj compels the state to sup
port mom than L'OO ablo bodied men m
George Washington Oreene, the friend
of Longfellow, who is to write his bio
graphy, lives in an old-fashioned house
on a "hill overlooking tho Village of
Greenwich, 11. I. From its upper win
dows there is a view of long stretches of
cultivated country and of tho waters of
Cowesett Ray, an arm of the. Narraguu
sett. Several years ago Prof. Greeno
had an old w ind-mill, which stood in
hii adjoining field, moved up to his
house and fitted as a library. In this
old house have been entertained Wash
ington, Lafayette, Longfellow, and a
host of other distinguished meiu
Paved with Extinct Stars.
In a recent scientific paper, Sir John
Lubbock says: "Like the sand of tho Hea,
the stars of heaven have ever been used
aa effective symbols of number, and tho
improvements in our methods of obser
vation havo added fresh force to our or
iginal observations. Wo now know that
our earth is but a fraction of ono out of
at least 75,000,000 words. Rut this is
not all. In addition to tho luminous
heavenly bodies, wo can not doubt that
there aro countless others, invisiblo to
us from their great distance, smaller
sizo, or feebler light; indeed, wo know
that thero are many dark bodies which
now emit no light, or comparatively lit
tle, thus in tiio ease ot t rooyon, tho
existence of an invisible body is proved
by the movement of tho visible star.
Again I may refer to the curious pheno
mena presented by Algol, a bright star
in the head of Medusa. This blur shines
w ithout change for two days and thir
teen hours; then, In another three ami a
half hours, reassuines Ito origin ul brill
iancy. These changes seem certainly to
indicate tho presonoo of an opaque body
which Intercepts at remilar intervals
part of tho light emitted by Algol. Thus
the Hour oi neaven is not only 'thick In
laid with patines of bright gold,' but
studded also with extinct stars onco
probably as brilliant us our own nun.
but now dead cold, as llelmbolz telld us
that our sun itself will be sotuo 6c von
teen millions of years hence."
Special Markot Report.
Young Men -Steady.
Girls- Lively, willing, and in demand.
Pa pas -Firm, but declining.
Mammas-Unsettled, but waiting for
Coffee -Considerably mixed.
1'resh Fish Aetivo and slippery.
Wheat A erain better than barlev.
Eggs --(.inlet, hut will probably opon
in a soon unto.
Whisky Steadily eolnz down.
in! 4J... I -J. f
llooU and Shoi.'nThoso in tho markot
are Holed, and aro constantly coinir up
and down. h ft 1
1 1 aU and Caps -Not as high an last
upring, except foolscap, which is station
ery. J'obaceo Very low, atid ha a down
Silver Close, but hot closo onouirh
to get hold of.
If yiip f.ml dull ilrnwuy.doWIIUtcU linve frnnicTit
liuuUwhu. mouth timtin liii'lly. I'pr niiputitu nnd
toimue coated, ) on nri' millWhirt from torpid llvur.
nr lLUlHHIlnll, 'f AlKl IllllhillK Will l,IUC yOll HOHpMld-
ily Miid pcrmuiiKiiily u to tukuH vcr Keg-
n tutor or Mud citiu.
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leet no mre a remedy lor tU repulHtvo dlnorder.
Ii will aim li!. prove your Appetite, Complexion,
mid licnerill 11-nltli
How inniiy nulKr torture dynfter duy, mnklrm
life tt burden uud ruhl'lue exii'telire of nil pleilnnru
ow!mr to Ih'j ferret i-ntlerlim (roiu l'lle. Vet ra
llrr In ready to Hie Imudol iilmoK ny une w ho will
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ly cured tln ilHniulii. Simmon?' l.lver KetMilator, In
uo drastic violent pure; but a penile an-lntant to
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allineiit In Uet nuitiru deiiifimla the tit
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ilevm'toii from thle demand pave the
way uf'U n to Kortoiia d -inner. It Ic iillo
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iu the lii-id. aecniT.pauled with dijatrcehlc liauwa.
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The ihtvuk and tniifcU't become PtrenutUetied, and
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The vurlotiB kinds of waste or decay that affect
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Hymptoiii not commoQ with the rert. at;re very
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