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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE
.- DARS NO Ufct
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ill V. tjW'CUWPTIRIS
PURE CREAM TARTAR.
tf , StOOO. Given
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in Ami iciwn' Ponrl Unkind 1'owdor. Ih jkw
Uvoly PURE. Jk-lliKi'iiilnrMtl, mid U!lliutiiubl
rt(VlvilTniiii with clii'inihlHHS. Ilium llnys. Huh
ton; M. iKliifiiiilaiiii', of chit-nun; ami tiustuvns
Botlc, Milwutikco. Never niM in Imlk.
C. E. ANDREWS A CO.
46 MirlilKitli A v. 2S7, JS'J ii VKU K. WttUt
All Unlucky. UliHtration,
It is oiiii lliiiu; to tell :i story itnl nti
ttlicr to ti ll :m njil due. 1'iiitlciit
Jjlu'oln could mIiv:i l:ilc ;i iiriiin
M.'inrc" cviiclh' In i!ic chsc in lintiii.
A lawyer in court u ln itiuli it;il;cs tlm
Hainc shmilil he slncivil in lii-u'linitv ami
wtiso of litiic.ss-,--liii'Ml I'huiiii ul least
to H' thiit he ilocs tint "liit"' tiio jury.
A lawyer from Columbus nays a
local paper, altemleil t lie u icrii r ( ' tirt
of Stewart County, which has been in
session during the week. In the progress
of the court he was Pinploycd to defend
a man who was charged with stealing n
The evidence was circnnistantial, and
the lawyer was paiiieulai'lv happy in
detailing lunv often men hud lieen con
victed upon ciiTutustiiiitial evidence, and
it afterwards appeared tint they were
Ho recited a case in which a man watt
charged with murder. A man was kill
ed, the accused was seen near the spot
with a bloody knife in his hand ami
blood upon his clothing. It was also
proven that tlm accused whs a bitter
enemy of tlm dead man, and all the
circumstances pointed to his guilt, be
yond the hIuhIow of a doubt.
Tho presiding oflicer, .hiiUc Hale,
charged the jury, and expceleilthein to
return in u few minutes with a verdict
of guilty. They nil ngreed but otm
man, and reported the fact to tho judge,
lie sent them out again, and tho name,
thing was repeated for a number of
times, and finally lie discharged the jury
with a severe reprimand.
Tho jiidgo was curious to know why
the juror would not agree to the verdict,
and sent for him, when he asked, -
'Why was it that you would not find
"I'll tell you, judge, upon one condi
tion, and that is you must swear you'll
never tell it."
Tho judge agreed to it. and thrn said:
"I killed that man iiivm-H:"
When Solicitor (iriiins' time came he
turned it very nicely; he began his
fpeech by saying that ho fully agreed
that circumstantial evidence should be
carefully weighed. lie did not believe,
however, that the above him' was ap
plicable to the ono being tried. He did
not believe that there was a man on the
iury who would be guilty of stealing a
log, but if there was, ami be had stolen
tho hog in iiiiestioii, be certainly could
not censure. Kim for not tinding the pris
At this point the lawyer got very
much interested, and rose to explain to
tho court and jury that he did not intern!
that any such construction should bo
put upon his remarks, and hoped they
wouhi not think so. It certainly was
not applicable, fur they found tho ac
cused guilty of stealing the hog.
Windows iu Hot Weather.
Tamboured embroideries on muslin
or on net is a novelty for Hunimer cur
tains. For simple sash curtains the
sprigged or dotted patterns or those
with large rings or daisies wrought iu
them are used without borders while
for the flowing curtains there is a vine
or Htripeil border and scalloped odgca
down the inner sides and across the bot
tom. The Miiare-iiieslicd canvas or
grenadine curtains arc seen iu many of
tho handsomest residences for both cur
tains -those fixed in shape next thesash
and for flowing curtains behind it. The
trimming for these is insertion and lace;
either Cluny or the antiipie lace is pre
ferred, and sometimes the showy Rus
sian lace is used. The scrim curtains
have very much the same elici t as
grenadine curtains and are much less
expensive. Colored embroidery in ar
tistic designs liu been added to these
white curtains, forming sometimes a
dado or else a border on two Hides, and
occasionally there are small figures
wrought all over the curtain, l'or those
who like more color the Madras mus
lins are commended, with their gold,
olive, or robin's egg blue grounds,
utrewn with flowers of gav colors. These
come in beautifully blended colors that
give almost the effect of stained glass.
Mouiie cloth, made of cotton, has taken
the place of cretonne for cottage par
lors and chambers, because it is found
to bo more durable. '
Cornices and latiibiiviulns ore aban
doned, l'oles of wood or gilt, with
rings to which the curtains are attach
ed, aro used for curlaiiM of all kinds,
whether thin or thi-'l;, muslin or lace,
cotton or damask, The rings are sewed
directly to the hcin at the top of the cur
tain, or else they in c attached by little
clamps that have been made for this
purpose. Iu the place of hunbreipiins,
there aro comet mies valances, or the
Queen Anne cap. made of a straight
width of iiIihIi. felt or oi her stull', sim
ply edged with gimp or fringe, placed
tmioothly across the top uf the window,
and from beneath this falls the muslin
or lace ciiitaiutf.--Aircri linmr,
To worry about any Liver, Kidney or Uri
nary Trouble, especially lhiht's Uiwiamiot
Diabetes, as Hop Mittersa never fails of a cure
where a cure is possible. We know this.
Locking Out ths Professor.
Few boys are capable of counting all
the cost of playing tricks on 'the Facul
ty." A man who knows enough to
govern a college generally knows
enough to see w Tien a rogue shows his
I'resident Carter, when formerly pro
fessor in Williams, was noted for being
about tho only one whom the students
could not lock out of his recitation
room. The freshman class, spurred on
by his knowledge, undertook to lock
hi in out, and one night secured bolts,
bars, cross-pieces and everything im
aginable, and fastened up tho door of
his recitation-room in such a way that
they thought it would lake at least half
a day to open it. What was their cha
grin on going to recitation after chapel
the next morning, to find the door un
fastened and Professor Carter sitting iu
his usual chair, calmly smiling.
Unfortunately, however, ono of tho
students had the night before left a mat
in the stove-pipe, which commenced to
smoke as soon as the tire was fairly go
ing, so Prof. Carter ordered the students
to go to tho chapel, where he would fin
ish the recitation. About twenty of
them bolted and did not go, of course a
case of direct disobedience, and they
were dealt with somewhat after this
style: Kach ono was retpiired to call on
Dr. Hopkins, then President, who re
ceived them, very cordially, and remark
ed, "Mr. . how is vour father P"
Tho freshman would replv,
"Very well, I thank you.'
"And how is your mother?"
Tho freshman would remark that she
was also well.
Well," said the President, "I guess
you had better visit them for a few
weeks, tiooil-moriiing, Mr. "
As far as heard from, it is the last
time a body of students ever tried to get
ahead of Prof. Carter.
Alma Tadema says of Holtnick, a
young Philadelphia artist, who lias late
ly painted a portrait of Julian Haw
thorne, that he is the most famous liv
ing portrait painter, because lie is able
to"givc not only features but the actual
soul of the sitter. The portrait, was
painted in Kinsale, Ireland, where paint
er and author snenl some time during
For the Eouseold.
Codfish Ralls. Take equal quantities
of mashed potatoes and boiled codfish
minced line; to each half pound allow
an ounce of butter ami a well-beaten
egg; mix thoroughly. Press iuto balls
between two spoons'; drop into hot lard
and fry till browli.
IStewedSweetbreads. Soak two sweet
breads in cold water foroiio hour; change
the water twice; put them in boiling
water ten minutes till they are linn, then
fake them out und place them in cold
water until wanted. Place them in a
stew-pan, cover them with stock, and
simmer nearly an hour; take them out,
place them on a hot dish, remove the
gravy from the fire a minute, and add
to it gradually the yolk of an egg and
four tablespoonfuls of cream; put this
over a lire till fho sauce thickens, but do
not let it boil. Reforo serving, add tho
juice of a lemon, pour the sauco round
the sweetbreads, and send to the table
with a (li.-li of green pens.
Zephyr Cakes. Excellent tea cakes.
Wash the salt out of nearly a quarter of
a pound of butter; add to it a quarter
of a pound of powdered sugar, and three
well-beaten eggs, a teaspoonful of rose
water, and sifted flour enough to make
a thin batter; stir till the batter is per
fectly smooth and so light that it will
break when it falls against the sides
of the mixing howl; fill well-biillered
muflin-molils (small) nearly half full
with the mixture, and bake in a quick
oven j serve hot with newly-mado but
ter. Whiiitied f !iilVnf ( V.Miin SUvuoti.n nnn
ii - i
pint of rich cream rather liberally; roast I
two ounces of eo flee beans; when they
are lightly browned throw them into tho
cream nt once, and let the dish stnnd
one hour before using; strain and whip
the cream to a firm froth. A teaspoon
ful of powdered gum arabie dissolved iu
a little firnme Mmu'oi u-iilnr un v lirt.i.liL
cd to give iflo cream more firmness, if
Richolor's Pudding. - Real up three
eggs, flavor with essence of lemon and
grated nutmeg, and add them to four
ounces each of linclv-minced tijples,
currants, grated bread-crumbs, mid two
ounces of sugar; mix thoroughly and
boil in a buttered mold nearly ;1 hours.
Nerve with wine sauce.
Wine Sauce, linil the thin rind of
half a lemon in one wineglassful of wa
ter till the flavor is extracted; then take
it out and thicken the sauce by stirring
into it one saltspoonful of rice tl-uir or
arrowroot which has been mixed in wa
ter or milk, a tablciioonful of but
ter; boil a moment, tin n add half a
tumblerful of good wine: let tin sauce
get quite hot without boiling, sweeten to
taste, and serve with boiled pudding.
Rice Fritters.- Roil three tablespoon
fuls of rice until it has fully swelled,
then dram it quite dry, and mix with it
four well-beaten eggs, a quarter of a
pound of currants and a little grated
lemon peel; nutmeg and Migar to taste.
Stir in as much flour as will thicken it
mid fry in hot lard.
Stewed Tongue. Cut up a slice of ba
con as if for larding; sprinkle the. pieces
with sail, pepper, chopped parsley and
a little allspice. I.ard an ox tongue
with these, and lay it. on a suueepiid
with two slices of bacon, I four small
bum lies of paivdey, two sprigs of thyme,
two carrots cut into small pieces, two
small onions, a few cloves, salt and pep
per. Cover with slock to which lias been
added a glass of sherry. Simmer live
hours, keeping the siuice-pau well cov
ered whileserving. Strain the sauce over
Peanut Salad. -Shell the nuts, which
must bo fresh and thoroughly rousted,
and remove the brown skin; just before
serving arrange them on a bed of white
and tender esearole, or small white let
tuce leaves (esearole is a variety of ch'uv
cory which has large, tender leaf stalks);
dress the salad with a plain French ml
ad dressing, made by mixing ono part
of Tinegar with three of oil and a pala
table seasoning of salt and pepper. Tho
salad must be eaten as soon as It is
dressed, or it will lose Its erispness and
The property left by the late George
W. Gill, of Worcester, Mass., is estimate
1 al M.000,000.
A Pliysii'iiin'H TcHtimotiy,
In Hut trentiiient of lunir Anil liroiirli'ml
discuses tho liver is often implicated to
such tin extent mat a nepaitu remedy be
comes necessary in effecting a cure of the
lungs. In tho treatment of such cases I
prescribe Simmons Liver Regulator with
entire satisfaction. I find (hat it acts mild
ly but effectually in regulating the secre
tions of the liver, stomach and bowels,
I. L. Ntiumiknson, M. I).,
The Figure, May he Faultless.
the coniolexiott without a blemish, vet it'
the teeth lire nciflcctcd. the other ntti-Unitcs
of beauty fall short of their duu effect. If
tno teem are not impcicssiy decayed, ISczo
dont will renew their whiteness and beauty.
1 Ins wholesome, itcautilying agent, more
over, renders tho breath sweet ami column
uicates a becoming ruddiness to the gums
and a roseate hue to the lips. A fair trial of
t'us standard article will demonstrate its
No Matter What Happen.
You may rest assured that you are safo in
being speedily cured by Thomas' Eclectric
Oil in all cases of rheumatism, neuralgia,
toothache, etc. One trial only is necessary
to prove its eflicaey.
Evils to lie Avoided.
Over-eating is m ono sense ns proguctivo
of evil as inteinperenco in drinking. Avoid
both, and keep the blood purified with Bur
dock Rlood Ritturs, and you will be reward
ed with robust health and an invigorated
system. Price $1.00.
Frank Rardal, North Reuuctt Street,
Ruifalo, Bays: "I have tried your Spring
Blossom as a family medicine and have
never come across anything to do so much
good in so short a tunc in cases of indiges
tion, dyspepsia and derangement of the
stomach; I strongly recommend it." Price
50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents.
Nearly a Miracle.
E. Asenith Hall, Ringhuniton, N. Y.,
writes: "I suffered for several months with
a dull pain through left lung and shoulder.
I lost my spirits, appetites and color, and
could with difficulty keep up all day. Sly
mother procured some Rurdock Rlood Bit
ters; I took them as directed, and have felt
no pain since first week after using them,
and am now quitu well." Price $1.00.
Deaf as a Post.
Mrs. W.J. Lang, Rctlumy, Out., states
that for fifteen months sho was troubled
with a disease in the csr, causing entire
deafness. In ten minutes after using Thom
as' Eclectric Oil sho found relief, and in a
short tune she was entirely cured and her
Thonias Fitchen, Rradford, Pa., writes:
"I enclose money for Spring Blossom, as I
said I would if it cured mo. My dyspepsia
has vanished, with all its symptoms. Many
thanks; I shall never be without it in the
house." Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10
IT 18 W0HT1I ltKMIiMliKlllNO that nobody
enjoys tho nicest surroundings it in bad
health. There are miserable people about
to -day with one foot in the grave, when a
bottle of Parker's Ginger Tonic would do
them more good than all the doctors and
medicines they have ever tried. See adv.
Ruck leu 'm Arnica Salve
The Rest Salve in the world for (aits,
Rruises. Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, nnd all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents pwr box. For sale by Geo. E
Dr. Ki.inic's (iiikat Niiuvii Rkstokkr is
tho marvel of the age for all nerve diseases.
All fits stopped free. Send to 031 Arch
street, Philadclpia, Pa.
Free oi Cost.
All pirsons wishing to test the merits of
a great remedy ono that will positively
cine Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, or any affection of the Throat
and LiingH are requested to call at Geo.
E. O'llara's drug store and get a trial bot
tle of Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption free of cost, which will show you
wdiat a regular dollar-size bottle will do.
Tiik Voltaic Uki.t Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dyes Celebrated Electro-Vol -taic
Bells and Electric Appliances on trial
for thirty days to men (young or old) who
aro iilllicted with Nervous Debility, Lost
Vitality and Manhood, and kindred troubles,
guaranteeing speedy and complete restora
tion of health and manly vigor. Address
as above. N. B. No risk is incurred, as
thirty days' trial is allowed.
Ry the nso of Fellows' Syrup of Hypo
phosphites the blood is speedily vitalized
and purified, and so made capable of pro
ducing a sound mind and body.
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a nick child siitforlng and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If so, go at once and get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relievo the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
wdio has ever used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate tho bowels,
and yivo rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly sufe to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of tho oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States.
Sold everywhere. 25 cents a bottle.
A GOOD BARGAIN
Will bo given somu etiterpriseiug msn
in Tiik mit.i.KTiN Ruilding, which is now
tillered for sale on eiisy terutt, mug time
and low rate of interest. The building
has rented for the pant year for
fifty to sixty-two dollars per month.
Tho property consists of 4 lots, and two
brick buildings-a three story 40x(i0 and a
two story 10 x 4H. Has a frontage of 50
feet on Washington avenue and 150 feet on
1 2th street. If desired tho machinery, en
gine, boiler, Ac, in the 2 story buildinp
will be sold with it. For particulars ad
dress this office, or John II. Olx-rly, Bloom
Chills and Fever,
Simmon Liver Regit
Inior moil lireiiki the
cIiiIIh nmt nirrlei Oia
fever out ol Hut HVHlum.
1 1 c.nri'H w hen nil olhur
temi (Ili H lull.
V r tlm relief and euro
(if tllis lIlHlri'HHillK ills-
eiiHe me Sltninous Liv
Tie1 RetfiiliUor will iKinltltVly eiim this terrlldo
(Hm-hhi!. We iii-serl i'iiiihiitii ally wluit vto know to
hIiomIiI mil lie n i'iinliil us n trllllni; ailment. Na
ture ilenmnilH the iitinosl rcunluriiy of tin: IkiwuIh,
'lliereln'e iisn'Ht nature liy tukiiie; SOiiiiioiih Liver
lii-n lal or. It l luinnlcHH, mild mill c llcct uul.
One or two lnliiHiiiiiiifiilH villi relie vo nil tho
tr.iii)ilei Incident lo u Ml inns Htiile, hiicIi ok 'NKimua
l)i.ziiieii., DrmvlnecH, IliMlrese tiller cutlliK, tt hit
ler hint lie-te In 1 1 iu niniitli.
t'eicnii" may nvoiil ull iiMik kh liy ocriudonally
tulvinu' il ilce ol SiiiiinonH Llvnr Regulator to keep
Hie liver in lienlthy nelloii.
HA D HI MO ATI I!
H. nenilly urlnini! I'mii disordered Hloinnch, can
be corrected lv inking Siiiiiiiiina Liver Kceululor.
.1 A I .IN I.) I CIO.
MminoltH Liver Hi'i.'illut. r noon crudltuteK thin dM
eine from tlv "..Htcin, leaving tliu ekin cleur and
true from nil i:niiirllies
Children suliVrinu' with colic noon experience ro
lief when SimmoiiH Liver Rianilntnr Ih adminli'tor
ed. AdiillH iiIbu derive, (rent liunellt from this
medicine. It ih not unpleiiKtint; it In Uurmleas
and effective. Purely vcuctablu.
Ii I j A ) 1 ) 10 U K IDNJ0 YS
Moht of die Mic'iiMcf nt tin: lilndiler originate ironi
tlnme ol die klilm yH. He-tore llic action of the
liver fully und hotli the kidmya unit blunder will
tyTtike only the jjenulue, which alwaya hH on
Hit- wrapper the red Z trade mark nnd elc,imlure of
J.II.ZIOIIVIN Ac CO.,
For Kile hy all drilf iMH.
P;iin Cannot 8(;iv Wheio
It Is Ustjd.
KliticinatiiMii in cured by
THOMAS' ECLBCTRIC OIL.
A lame bark of eiht years sluinllliR wan positive
ly cured by !) centH worth of
TAOMAS' ECLECTRIC OIL
Common con: tin out in cured with one done of
THOMAS' KCI.ECTRIC OIL,
Cotijjti!1 and coliln urecured by
TUO.Yi AV ECLECTRIC OIL.
All throal ii ii tl Iuiil; iliPeaMPH are cured by
THOMAS' ECLECTRIC OIL
Asthma ie cured by
THOMAS' KCI.ECTRIC OIL.
Hums and frust bltc are relieved at once by
THOMAS' ECLECTRIC OIL.
Always gives satit'.f action.
Sold by Medicine Dealers everywhere.
Price 50c. and 1
FOSTER, MILUUKN & CO., Frop'rs.
liulfalo. N. Y.
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE
TRADE MKK. The (Ireat EliK-
''V - "
W-fSV JHcniiiml weaknefrt
polenry r..nl all
disca-cH that I'olow
ii r ii Hciiuencc
of celf -uIiiihp; any
li.ui. f,r tnenntrir. -
Before 1&&f"Sktto Taking
dlninen of vihlon, premature old aj, and many
other dineasen that lead to insanity, couuniptlon
or n pre mat lire rave.
tKull partic'ura in our pamphlut, which wo
desire to send freu liv mail to evervonc. C"Ttie
ipei-ilic Medlcli.e In sold bv all drui;i;iMtH at $1 per
pacKHtfe, nr nix package for $r, or will be sent fret)
bv until uu receipt of the inonev. bv addressing.
T11K OKAY MEDICINE CO.,
Ill rrMi, N . Y.
On ac.ciiuiit of counterfeits, wo have adopted the
Yellow Wrapper; the only genuine. Onarantecs
of enro issued
Sold in Cairo by I'. O. HCHl'II.
Wholesale Agents, Morrison, Jilimhcr & Co.,
$500 REWARD !
Stii.lman's KIJXIItoF LIFE
A purely Vei;et.(liie lllood riirlllcr, and iruaran
teed to cure iir. cases in lull, or money rul'iirded
The, above reward will oti paid for a remedy which
will cure us many case nf alarla, Kever and Alow,
Ijyspeprla, Itheiiiiiinisni, Catarrh, Liver and Kid
ney Diseases. 'i",noi buttles sold on Us merits,
without adverllsliu!, in seven years. If bilious,
l.tnunlil. and vour itnihlllou H untie, lil'it Isiilooiny.
Try out: bill I le. II will enuvincc you ol lis Hiiperl
nrlly over anv otle r remedy. If you have anv Ull
moi H of the rtkln or bliiod, from whatever cause,
tin Elixir will cure it when nil mher remedies
have tailed. Ak yourilriulst. for It. 1'rlce ft
and $-'. A t-'lollar bottle sent by expres pre
paid M I'd by ,. I,. HTIM.M AN & CO., New
York Circulars free. It. C. W 1 1,1. A III), Cieu'l
At'i'tit I N. and Canada. Troy, N. Y.
liingvt, Itiichu, Man
drake, Nlillinni.i, and
liuny of tl'c bent modi
cum known nrs com
liiiiriliiil'.irkcr'iGiiiijM I'onic, inio a medicine
uf uu h varied powen, ns
to ni.ike It Ilia greatest
i lex (I run irr nml tun
llfulorer Kver I ssd.
Il cures KhAtim.itUm.
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