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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 22. 1882.
RYINGTQ H010 BOWK
IT AM ROUND TO Rlfr
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PURE CREAM TARTAR.
If alum or any injurious miIisiuiiivs fan lnj tfuiiul
In An'lvpwn" Pearl ll.tkiMK I'uwilitr. l"lv
tlvrly PURE. Ik'iii:: I'liclurv.!, ami in-tlim minis
rr'C'olvfl 1 1 i i Midi clirii.ii-.iihS Ilium Hay-, linn,
tun; M. l'clitfiiiiliiinc, nl I hinivn; mi'l liuUvii?
Boilc, Milwankiv. XrverwiM In linlk.
C. F.. ANDREWS A. CO.
CHICAGO, Ml fjW All Kf'K,
Ifi Mirliin.iii Av. is:. .: & --M K. Win r-
Vi-itfifl'i...! U'lirriLiitn) KhLlfl-
foctory to itri ivnri r iiim'iy v,
nr tlio iniiiii v will ! ri liiii.lcl I .
tlj person fii'in wlmni it mi; l,"iii'l,l.
Thi""lilV''"n"l ITnli.imio. .1 liv mil liii'ini - -- -
not Inliirliiim ! ih- m.m i. i-i-i ' "' I" '
(lit- " niunt I'.Miidiital'li' mil r I MM ii - i iT
luiute. ' ' .
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Health I'rrnrrvlnc Mli V im. l'lirucnu
HUrl-Miium! linn. I
For nil' lir li uillin; Id-lull ! :ili r rii.niliffr.
CHIC.VtiU l UUSl.l CH.i Iniiili". HI.
Foetry ami Practical Work,
Clinrlcs S'r;iiii', :i PoMmi I my, in-li-ir
uinl ici. wliiisc 1', i i ft li- ! -.J 1 5 y "ra
tion lias liccn "iil liy ln'iii t" liy morn
than linn I'ln ialinii, was ijil-ltt-l for
hist iiitcllcctiKil i'iil! i ;itiuii In hi- own ef
forts. Ho lit an with a c'liniii'in-srliiiu
I'duL'titiiin. whirl) thru mi nut i!ic '(lure
It's n-ailinr. 'iiiin.r :unl 'rj'ii!.' lie."
But lit! ISlipj.irllllillril lliu-r liV lrinlill
J0(nl ImmiKs Mini hy tlir piai tirr (if c m
jMisitiiiii in iniM! anil inr!iv.
Kiitoriii"; u rnci-r's .slni, lie worknl
op until io hail n Mmvif his own. Sev
eral odes he wrote, e-'irri:illv i me, rerilei)
ut tho jliiiksjH':irf fclehraiioii in llur
ton, in l2:i, attracted nililie attention.
He was aointed i-r.sliii rof the (loin
Bank and held tin ollire for forty yeais,
thiiH isliowinthat literal lire and haul. iiiir
may he intimate friend.
His Shak'peai'e ode, whirh has heel)
preatly hdiniied, contains mie ias.-ae,
the (UK! descriptive of the inmdrr, wliieli
was a favorite of the late Jaine , T. l-"ndd.
On inentioniiiji tin fart to Mr. Sjirani',
"Ah. how well do I leiiii'inlii r the day
I wrote that! ' 1 was keeiinr a .vwiccv's
shoji on 'J'rciiiont How at the time. It
wtiN h cold, stormy, winter' day, and I
was alone in lhi'-lioisiltiiioviT a .-.I i-
"I had just reached this i;e-:ie and
'was hoping nuliudv onM eume in,
when a man opened the i!n.r ;unl a- Ked
for a ipiart of train-oil. V.'ell. :-ir, I Idled
his vessel fur him and hainh d it hark,
and then, my hands reekin;; ii:li train
oil, fini.-iheil that a-sae."
The anecdote illustrate that a well
filled and trained mind can do iK work
amidthe most unfavorable surroiiniliii;'.
l'ew would think a lorn's.diop Miiialiie
for a poet's room, or thai train-oil wa
fitvnrahle to portic composiiiun. l'.iil
Mr. Sjirane had the menial power to
mailer even these sm roninlinifi,
He was peacefully, lovingly pioine
nadinwitli his ;ir) the other cvenitie;
when lie felt a kind of a - a sort of a
well hn Kays it more clusely resembled
the shock of a Mii iH caitlnpiake than
unvthinjj; ele and then he picked hiin-
belf Up on the other side of the gutter,
and holding his coat tails close, down
over the nnt in his miineiiliuiialiles',
hacked around the cot iut, lr:t my; his
girl to sellle the matter with the goat.
The Chii ayo . . h the most cruel
juiper we know of. A Mr. Wil-on wii
Hrieved nt some -tali-meiil m nlo in
regard to hi eonnert ion with the cu.-t nil
house, and wrote the . ( deinandin
to know the name ,,i tin-wt iter o iho
article, with a desi.rn. nppni-entlv. of
fha.sti.siny; that wicked person. ' Tim
ll' tutit, in an editorial, iMmnn it WiNon
that John Sullivan, the pri.e lighter,
wrote the arlicle. That did not. suit
WiLsoti, and he wrote tie-aiii, sainp that
it wa not the writer that he fo'uief fault
will), as he was no doubt a very estinia-
rue ejeritirnian, but lie wanted to know
who pave the reporter the information,
be Riid sir. The 7it.ii immediately in
formed Wilson that Paddy Kvau inform
ed tho reporter, and piv'c his address.
Wllfion is not us mail, now, as lie wu.i
A soft answer turneth away wrath.
It hM lieen found in the course of the
work on the Hudson ltiver tunnel that
coffee i a tnuch more wholesome and
nbidinjj Ktimulant for the. workmen,
exhausted by their labors in an mnei.
phero of inoro than iioruml nifBuuro,
than arc jiriu vt any ort.
TIB k JM . JT . 1 I i .1
Potato Soup. Six lure or Ufa niedi-iim-sied
jiotf toes, one onion, one stalk
of celery, one tahleNpoonful of butter,
one tablespoon of salt, imrtcr of a ten
spoonful of white pepper. Cut up onion
tiini celery, add to milk and put it on in
a double boiler to boil tdowly while the
potaiiirs are cooking. Boil them hy
rule already yiven, mash line and liht
when done, add the butter and season
ing and then the Imiline; milk. Bull all
throueli a coarse sieve and Nerve, at
once, as it spoils if allowed to stand.
Boiled Ley of Mutton. Allow twenty
minute to the pound ami put on in buil
iny; water, to which a teaspoonful of Nalt
to the n.'i it has been added. It in
whiVir and more delicato boiled in ti
cloth, but does not, reiiiire it. Fast boil
ine hardens the meat It should merely
simmer till done, and if to be eaten cold
is better cooled in the water, as this
makes jt more juicy. Strain the broth
into the slock jar.
'aper Sauce. -Melt in a wiucepan a
iiei c of bulliT the si.e of an eyy; and
add two even tablcspoonfuls of sifted
Hour. Stir steadily till smooth and add
slow ly one pint of milk or milk and wa
ter, or water alone, the milk bciny; most
delicate and mal.iuy what is called a
cream ron.r. Add two tablespoonfuls of
capers, and the juice of half a lemon is
also nice, and a speck of cayenne pep
per may be used.
Potato Pulls. - Boil find mash the
potatoes by rule already fciven, and
while hot make into balls the size of a
lafee ey. Butter a tin sheet, brush
over the hall with yolk of an eyjj and
brown them ipiickly in a hot oven, which
will take from live to ten minutes. Slip
them from the tin with a knife to a hot
platter and serve at once.
Stewed Turnips. If new they will
cook in till, en minutes; if old not les
than an hour will be needed. Peel and
slice or cut in (junrier.. Put on in boil
v salted water, cook till tender. Then
pour oil' this water and add one cup of
milk and water, npial parts of each.
Blend a tabli-spoouful of butter and one
of llour smoothly; add a salt-pooiiful of
pepper and two of salt, simmer nil t-
;r"lln r ten or lifted) minutes and servo
in a deep dish.
Tea. - No mailer w hat variety may be
Used, there are eel tain rules absolutely
essential lof all. To bcin Willi, never
use a tin teapot if an earthen one is ob
tainable. An even teaspoonful of dry
tea i the u-ual allowance for a person.
Scald the teapot with a little boiling wa
Mr and pour it oft". Put in the tea, pour
on about u teacupful of boiling water,
lettiiiir it stand a minute or two for the
leaves to swell. Then till with the re-
ipiired amount of water, still boiling, thin
being about u small cupful to a person
Cover i lost y and let it .stand for live
minutes, 'feu will be required for Bng-
lisli Ine.i' fast tea, but nnu r boil either,
u hove ail in a tin pot. Boiling liberates the
I an ii if acid of the tea which acts upon
the till, making ft compound bitter and
metallic in taste and unlit for buiiiau
At the close of he theatre, the other
exening. a lady was ih ending the stairs
when a boy nijoiit twelve years old un
consciously stepped on the train of her
dress, and at the same instant turned his
head to answer the inquiry of a com
panion on the landing above. The lady
h a intonlly observing the tit of asleeve
)e.v jacket just iii front, and, before she
was aware of it the w hole skirt of her
dress was drawn tightly up underneath
her armpit leaving a lather tattered
underskirt the sole object of an admir
ing roup. With a hasty, almost savage
sweep of her hand behind, sho brought
away not only the skirt but tho boy him
self. He descended with much the same
velocity as a keg of nails, striking tho
lady on the calvesof her legs and knock
ing' her fret fairly from under her. She
came down with a crash, sitting on the
boy with great promptness, and the two
rolled logeihcr to thelioltoni of the' si air
w.t. As the young man disengaged
hiin-elf and craw led out from between
the lady's feet, he said, "if it hadn't
been for them 'ere newspapers, main,
wot oii've got strapped up thar behind,
I'd a been smashed logeeswax, 'a title's
A good wife is one wdio puts her hus
band in the bed next the w all, tucks him
up nicely in the winter; splits the kind
ling make the lire in the morning,
spanks the baby, washes her husband's
face, draws on his boots for him, never
scolds, never allows a rent in his panta
loons, keeps his stockings darned and
Iht shoe up at the heel, never hiatus thfl
door w hen lie is speaking, nor wonders
what he sees interesting in the pretty
milliner across the way, ami patronizes
Driving a Horso,
Some of our readers may be iif lruet
ed by reading the following hints about
preparing a liof.se for his work:
The horse that is aboul to be driven
on a journey needs hardening by exer
cising picpaiing by sweating out the
body to purify ami increase the circula
tion ot the blood, and also by haiid-rub-bing
the legs to make them firm and
ela lie - ii preparation iii some degree
corresponding with that attained by a
horse that i daily driven on the road
for ordinary work.
For one week previous to the start
tin y need daily exercise, commencing
with eight or ten miles, and gradually
increasing to twenty per day.
This exercise, with appropriate food,
will harden their muscles, strengthen
their limbs aud prepare them to pel form
their tasks without giving out, on the,
road, materially declining in flesh, or
seriously exliau ..ting their physical pow
ers. If we perform long drives with horses
accustomed to short work only, the mid
den transition lrom indolence to great
exertion will relax their muscles, weak
en their joints, depress their spirits and
break down their constitution.
The leading cause of so many valua
ble horses being spoiled lv long drives
is from being short of work. They are
not prepared for Mich severe excriions.
Condition will prepare them to per
forin their work cheerfully, last out
with sound limbs and preserve their con
sUtutioiial vigor for future usefulness.
Katiijwtl Live Hlnck Journal.
If there is anything more painful than
a cross-eyed man trying to scratch his
back, it is to see a favonto dog walk for
tin hour on his tail in the vuiu ell'ort to
mush a lieu that is biting him la ft placfl
ho caa't reach with his too nail.
Attrition, Railroad Men!
"I Hcllrieil for more than a year with in -digestion.
I was very bilious, occasionally
having dumb chill, followed hy fevers,
which prostrated me. I took Himmoiis
Liver Regulator, and am thoroughly halin
lied that it is ail that is ncotniui tided for
indigestion and biliouscumpluints, for mine
was certainly a stubborn case. Many of
my friends speak of it, and they nil agree
that it possesses nil the virtues you claim
fur it. "A. II. Ilijditoww, Conductor (!.
It. It., (in."
That Awful Brother.
"I e-a-n-n-o-t sing tho old songs!' sho
warbled, touching the keys of the shiv
ering, sobbing piano and drawing out
wails of anguish.
"Then why do you try to?" asked her
father in an unsympathetic voice.
"I cannot s-ing the old songs," she
went on, looking up into the face of her
lover, who was bending over her with
agony depicted in his countenance, for
he had to turn tho leaves ami didn't
know a musical bar from a barrel stave.
Then she began on the next verse."
"1 cannot sing the o-l-d songs!"
And as her voice went, up into tho
fourth story and Mansard roof her dear
ly loved young brother said, "Well, sir,
1 wouldn't sing the old things if I could,
and you know you can't"
Then she smiled at him so that ho
went up stairs and locked himself in.
Ho Had a Dollar and a Quarter Voice..
A countn man climbed out of a wag
on on Austin avenue, entered a music
store, and said he wanted to buy a piece
of music for hi son,
"If your son is not very far advanced.
iei haps this would do," said the clerk
landing over a piece of sheet music.
"Ibe.v much does it cost r
"Well, that's too low for him. The
last piece I hoiight for him cost seventy
tlve cents. He's got a tenor voice, and
I reckon a piece worth a dollar and a
quarter at least will best suit his gait."
The clerk necidently found a piece
that was suited to n higher priced voice,
and the proud father shelled out the
cash. 7V..H.9 Siflinij.i.
"She's a small woman." said a youth
of his mother, "but when she hauls off
her slipper and says, 'ham'l, come here
this niinit,' wo boys go just as though
she weighed four hundred pounds."
IT IS WOUlll lltMLMUKHINO tllllt nobody
enjoys ihe nicest siiiiouiidiiieB it'iu bad
huslth. There are miserable people about
to-day with one foot in the j-nive, w hen a
bottle of I'm ker's (.linger Tonic would do
them more good than all tic doctors and
mcdii ine.s they have ever tried. See adv.
1' lee of Charge.
Ail persons biillVring frou) Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Less of Voice, or un uf
lii tiiii) of the Throat and L-'ingH, are re;
quested to cull at (Jcorge E. O'lbini's drug
store and get a tiial bottle of Dr. King's
Niw Discovery for CoiisMiinptioii, trro of
charge, which will convince them of its
wondeiful merits and show what a regular
dollar bizc. bottle, will do. Cull early.
lu (lie Opinion of PliysiYuiiis,
ticlh that are becoming defective or are
insufficiently clcansi!, infect the food ami
unlit It for the digestive process. Health,
therefore, us well as persona! attractiveness
is promoted by the use of Si .odout, pure
in composition, agreeable in flavor, prompt
mid cll'ective in its purifying action, and
economic, since only a few drops upon the.
brush uru needed at a time. 1 he popular
ity of this sterling preparation is bused
upon long tested mid profession nl ly rccog.
Tim Voitaic lii:i.r Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send lr. Dyes Celebrated Electro Vol
taic Belts and Electric Appliances on trial
for thiity days to men (young or old) who
are idllicted with Nervous Debility, Lost
Vitality and Manhood, and kindred troubles,
guaranteeing speedy and complete, restora
tion of health and manly vigor. Address
ns above. N. B.--No risk is incurred, as
Ihiily days' trial is allowed.
A Popular Tunic
KoHWI'.m; I, I .Viri AMI ('ONSl'MI'l ION.
No preparation ever introduced to the
American public, for the relief and cure of
Coughs, Colds, Sole Throat, Debilitated
Constitutions, Weakness of the Lungs or
Consumption in the incipient or advanced
stages of the diseii.se, has ever met Willi the
imloisemeiits of phy-icians or patients as
Ihe celebrated "Tolu, Rock and Rye." The
repealed and i ntitinued sales of the article
..veiywheie are the best evidence of its real
merits. Letters and testinionals from every
quarter of the country, attesting the stini
ulntiiig, tonic and healing effects, are in
possession ot the proprietors, mid can be
adduced to convince the most skeptical
reader ol its intrin-ic virtues. Further
commendation is unnecessary and super
I'iioiis, as a tiiul of this article, bavin;,' n
pleasant taste and agreeable flavor, will
satisfy till those who me nlllicted or pining
away with pulmonary weakness of the re
lief to be set u red by the Use ol'Tolu, Rock
and l!yc- (Chicago Times,
T RADF MWk, Tin- (innt Km-.
"MK I'Miiily, All
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p.fjEw "'inliml M'-ii1 in ns
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M,f cy imtniin I'.cl all
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fe IV lid .1 wiiiliiliir
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. - , -, i'"- in mriiiiirv, --vvirA pr
itliiineM nf vMini, ni. innliim ulil n.,,, n,t many
oilier iIIhi iiKim llml li.Hittu luranliv, ceunumulluu
01 ;iO'IIIIIIIIM! VlllVi'.
WKiill nrtl(.nliirH in utir ninihli;l, wlili li wn
ili'Hlrii to ni'iiil Iriai li v liniil in cvitviimi'. f"Thu
.S4m llli: Mi'dlrliic Ik hiiIiI Iiv nil ini('j'liit ill f 1 per
n .'Knee, nr nl Hckot: f lur t will In- mm), liuu
uv until mi ioumi'I of Mir un him v, ,y n'lrl i ci'o ttt lC .
Til H UHAY MKIilciNK CO.,
, , Hermix), N . Y.
i n m-riMiM nf cixiiiliMfi'ilH, wi I'M,. H'lnntml tin'
.X. fllnw WlHppir; tliv UllW ;UUllli'. UlllllllllU'l'f
lit cure U hiii a
i , . N"M Lr,ro f- Hcinni.
w luileculo Atfimn, M'HUhuii, l'luuilitt & Co.,
U03T MANHOOD RESTORED.
A tlollm nf youthful impnulcuRa rjintinif 1'rnm
llirn lnvy, Kumiiu JX'lilllly, I,t Mnuhnrvl, utr,
bvlnitrii'(t Invttln nvnry kimwu ri'imilf )u ii.
nvrnUiiuTl)ii'lff!in!. wlmhlis mill f.' nil FItKB
1S lliailimii fcl.. K. , .
Chills and Fever.
Hlminima I.lvnr Ki'1411
IiiIiip Minn lirenkH the
rhlllH mill riirrlim tin
li ver Dill lit tliu hjKlrin,
1 1 itini 'j w lii'ii all other
ffijiS wl- m W 1' ' Hi" rell.if hiiiI aim
TlTiil:lliIw f ti'1" iii"irHini! di-
bS25S? I'lim. line SliumiillH hw
Tliu Ri'Hiilulnr will poclllvvly run) HiIh terrlliln
(lisi'iihn, Wc HHsrrl i iiiiliuliriilly ulnil u Know to
diniilil mil Iii' recnrili il iib ii ti illiin; iillinuiit. Na
turn iIiiiiiiiihIk tliu iiiiiiuhi ri'L'iilui ll v of the liiuveln,
1 1n ii fiirr iiM-'nt initnru hy liikinK Siiniiiiiiin I.Ivor
Hi u n hit ii r. Il Id Inn iiiIi'hh, iiiiI'I unit itlictiiul,
(i.o or two I ;i I ,li i-x e n To 1 h will rvlii'va nil tliu
Ir'illlilUH llll iilrllt III 11 liililillH Hlllll', Hlll'll AH NhIIVI'H
Dix.Iiii'hh, DriiiiHlni hh. tiMren) utter cullnt!, tt bit
ter I'uil tie In In the iiinulli.
1IA I iA HI A.
I'i iKimi. inn) hviiiiI ull itltii'kK hy orriiHliiiiully
tukili ii iliimi nl NinimniiH l.ivi r Keilliitnr tu kieji
Un- Iivlt In lii iillliy m-linli.
L'riieiully nrlnini; Ir mi it iliHonli ri'd htuliini ti, cud
In- r 1 1 , 1 1 1 I liv lul ihi; siininuiiH l.ivir Krnlator.
Siiniiiniin l.ivi r lii'iiiilul r mini ituiIUiiIih iIiIk iIIk.
nil"' Irmn i lt- h nt. in, li itvliit' ihe skin cliur ami
free limn nil iii piiiiiici!
I liililo ii siillVrlin W illi nilir hihiIi i xpi rti'ini! ns
1 i -r K lien SillllnnliK I in I Iti'r'illlllnr lillllililpter
el!. Ailiilli' iiIhu ileiive t'ri nl tieie lit Irnm tlil
nii'ilii i in-. li lHtint lllililriiPHiit ; It In ImniileM
iinJ i llei'livo. I'uii'ly ve;n tnlilii.
HLADUKIJ V KIDNFA'W
Mm-I nf 1 lie iliHi'UM'H ol Ihe bliiililer nrlliiute Irimi
llini-i' ol lin-klilin vH. Id'-inii' Un- ncliiiu nf the
Iimt Hilly iiini lielli ttie kill ni-.i uml hliulili-r will
in- li fteti '1.
''Til niilv tie' rviinlne, wlilcli alwiiVH Iiiih en
Un- '.impper ttie r il . triiile murk noil Hi-iniliire of
- iJI.Zi:iLlN Ac C(X,
tiy nil ilriim,'int!i.
If yen fiifter from ilj e pepMhi, imp
nt'niiiit K m.ooti niTTKits.
If yell lire i!li leit w iili Iii! i i ill p n h llni
HI i;i a K B Iil.OOl) I1ITTKKS,
If vim are prof trnted vi ltli ciik In-Kilaekt'. take
nt Kiioi K hi.ood r.irrKKs
If your linwelfl !i; ilisnnlep il ri'i'iilHie them with
m ia;tii. iv iilood hitteks.
If your blend Ih Impure, purify It with
r.l'KlKK K lil.OOll HITTKItS
If you Imve indiiri tinn, you will liinl an antidote in
lit' It DUCK Itl.O(U) HlTTf.KS.
It yoii lire trmililed with fpriii" cnmplii.titK, eraji
liate thorn with lit llllOCK WI.OOI) ItlTTEItS.
II )nur liver le tortiid rmtnre it to hi withy ai tion
w itk lit' hlx iCK Iil.OOl) urn KUS,
I f you r liver is aliened ynu will ft ml a shiire rertor
otiveln UtltKOCh Iil.OOl) IIII'TKKS.
If ymi liuve any ppei-lew of humor nr pimple, full
not to tukn lifKIX'CK UI.OOI) lilTTKKS.
If ynu tisvo any clinptonni nf ulrurM nr trrofuluui
sureH, acurativu ri'inedy will be fmind la
lil'HIiUCK liUiOI) HITTEKS.
Ktir tnipiirtini' Htrentrlh and vitality to the Kyftem,
mitliiiictii(iiHl Ht'KDOCK HI.OOl) liiri'KHS.
Knr NervniiK uinl (ieiicral Debility, tune up the
yctein with Kt'ltlHK K I'.I.0O!) UlTTKltS
1'i.ii'E $1 I'Eit iiin-rt.K; TiiiALHin-ri.Es. ltkTs,
KOSTKR, MILUrilX A CO., I'ron'i s,
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