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TIIH DAILY OAIKO lWLLKTIN: FRIDAY MOItNINd. JUNK S3. IS82.
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ft I Lj) ITWBOUWOTORIS
t i Pto
PURE CREAM TARTAR,
tfaluni oriiny injurious wiliMiiiM't'sciiii Ik' lonml
In Andrew' Ptmrl BivltiviK J'owtlor. Is is.
lively PURE. riin;.'niilurv.-l,aM'l tcsllmoniiils
nwlvol Inmi Mli'li clictni-i hh A. J ten Ilnjs, lit
ton; l. lk liifiintaiiH', of t'hlntirn-, mill i.iutuvii
Bode, Mihumkiv. Ni-vitwiM lulmlk.
C. E. ANDREWS A CO.
CITICAOO, M I LV A U KITE,
45 MlcliiKnil Av. ISC. :.& '.".ii K. WaK.-r
Kverv OiMi't is warrant -l Mtia
U'JUirj to iU w-arer lu rvi'ry v.a y,
or tt tneiU'V will lx1 rotund" '1 I
tlic K.ru tr(iiiih'uj !t asl'i:iMjt.
Th"n!vrpM-t .r.ni..inii-. lv nor lin'lim) t-f-1' fni ;
at lalarloM In Id- w.wn-r. . ii'-i t 1-v - '
the " Mi' o.ml'irlsM" lui'l 1' If M I HMU"tt ' '
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AkdoMlnal rtrk-y .. W.li. lt.0
Ucallh Pmrrrlbc liar ii!i: rmoii
C Llrt-Miwo.lli.i. l.i i.
r.rulr by Ii-mIIu Hi-lnll l. ti r. . , rv lii-r,-.
tlllt'.VGO CUUsLT CO. 1 t Mcut;o, 111.
Poisonous Pencil Leads.
A case of what smiied likcu very nar
row escape ivuu serious eip!i-i'iiieiiees
rcMillinjj from t ;tki sii it snntll y'wen of
the lead used in aiiliiinatie eiieils into
the month came, under observation at
Schenectady, N. Y., reeenily. A gen
tleman, a tobaeeo-eliewor, and who
sometimes carries a small quantity of
the weed in his vest jiocket, took a chew
and immediately discovered ii peculiar
tasto and noticed that his saliva was
much discolored. He immediately rinsed
his mouth, as he supposed thoroughly,
but did not succeed in removing the dis
coloration, 'l'h is occurred about 0 o'clock
in the afternoon, lie went home to tea,
and with the first food ho at tempted to
swallow he, was taken with retching ami
vomiting, and this continued without in
termission until about t o'clock. That
the bit of lead taken into his mouth
caused this there can hardly be a doubt.
What would have been the result if he
had swallowed it can only be conject
ured. A Tunnel from Dover to Oalaia.
What most astonishes those who visit
the boring of the Channel Tunnel is,
first, the complete dryness of the rock,
and, secondly, the marvelous ventilation
of the long and narrow tunnel (it is only
seven feet in diameter), which extends
now eleven hundred yards under tho
sea, and "which, as we are promised, will
by Kastcr bo fully a mile long. The air
at the head of the boring is far purer
and pleasanter to breathe than the air of
any London street, and the reason is
obvious. It is, in fact, the very health
iest sea breeze caught just below Shake
spears CI ill', ami after compression, con
ducted theuce iu a live-inch iron pipe to
the boring machine, eleven hundred
yards oil"; there, as the machine works,
the air escapes not with a sudden rush
and fierce blast, as we remember to have
seen it during the construction of the
Mont Cenis Tunnel, but in the most i 1 1
offensive and even agreeable manner. If
Colonel Iteaiiinont is ri:;lit in his belief
that locomotives worked by compressed
air, and not exceeding in bulk or weight
the ordinary, strain locomotives on our
railways, will ventilate with equal suc
cess the completed tunnel, one of the
most dilVuult problems in connect ion
with the uestiou may be considered to
be solved. I'nll Mull (iiz Ui
If one should relapse into an incon
spicuous heap of surah silk, in the far
end of a down-town car. nnd dissect the
average wotnan-what would be the re
bult? Ah! Frightful things! false teeth, false
hair-fronts and false hair backs. ul,ii.l.
do not agree in color, lots of big, foolish
ornaments, ringing bells and bangles,
sounding brass and c tubals. Women
may rave on men's perfidy and villainy
as they please, hut as long as there is so
little flesh and blood in a woman just so
long will men make fools of the sex.
First, because she makes a fool of her
self. Tho most logical woman on earth,
the best housekeeper and pickle-maker
in ten States, becomes a weak and help
less lump of frivolous and inert human
ity before a window full of brazen noth
ings in the shape of combs, buckles,
bangles and huad ornaments.
Do (rod or Mf nil, what ymi will,
' In omn ibluiM Kuvnne will bo mill
Xhe mono raw woman.
j St. Louis Pott,
' A t4 b'lff In hotol-ftcnnt,
Hai cbunirod tha course of many a rcvurlvi
A peiky fit- on a maiden aunt
w always up tu uu uevUujr,
fife ;i tei
Pat's Little Spooch,
A man who has a reputation for elo
quence and amiability is ofier called up
on for a speech. Col. William C. 1 'res
ton, of South Carolina, was an orator
and a kind hearted gentleman, whose
advocacy was frequently invoked. Per
haps the most hearty invitation "to
sneak iu public" ho ever received, was
that given by an Irishman who was
more brave tlmn fluent.
On the return of Company K of the
Palmetto Itegiment to Columbia, just
after the close of the Mexican War, it
was received by tho citizens with the
firing of cannon, ringing of bells, and
was of course, banqueted.
Among the toasts was one compli
menting Patrick Leonard, for seizing
the colors after the color-bearer had
been shot, and gallantly carrying them
through the battle of Churubusco.
A score of voices shouted, "A speech
from Pat Leonard! A speech from Pat
Pat remained quiet for some time, his
chin resting on his breast, very much
confused and at a loss to know what to
do or say. Put his Irish-wit enabled
him to get out of the diHieulty, greatly
U the amusement of the audience.
Springing to his feet, his face beaming,
lie said, in a voice not much louder than
a stay;e whisper,
'Ceutlcnim! gentlemin! Ican'tspake
myself, but if Col. Preston will spake
the blarney that I'd be aft her spaking
mcMlf, if f could, it's me that'll hold
his hat for him. Indade I wull."
It's needless to say that this speech
brought down the house.
We are apt to speak and think of work
as p:ut df the cui-e l.iid upon msn, yet
this js vain ly even a half truth. LaUr
is no cur-e iu it-elf, but a blessing. It
is when the labor becomes weary, grind
ing toil, or meets with no adequate return-,
when it U beyond the worker's
strength, unsuitable to his age or char
acter, iv.viv uncongenial to his taste and
powers - it is in cases such as these that
the words are more or lessfully verified.
"In the s.veat of thy face sha'.t thou eat
bread thorns and thistles shall it tiring
forth unto thee." Still even then cheer
ful ili-termination will often go far to
ease the tlimli-uji-the-hill difficulty, and
bring us safely to the house beautiful at
German Fun in Literal Translation.
On one day of the carnival week at
New Orleans, was Mr. M.. a jolly song
brother, on the to home going occupied.
He was on the mask ball lieeu and found
himself in happy mood. On the way
was he fnun somebody in the following
way spoken to:
Kvcu -e me. Can you whistle'
"Therefore can you to me a great
service -make. I live namely (hie)
there up two stairs high and when I
late to home come then whistle I 'dn
bist vcrrucekt roein kind' and my wife
throws to me the (hie) key down. This
evening but is it a little much become
the tongue will uot well I cannot
"Oh, if it further nothing is," said the
singer, "the melody know I."
With that steps he under the window
Hardly tire the first notes whistled, so
opens it-clf the window and the song
brothcr receives on the head the con
tents of a wash basin. At tho same
time resounds a shrieking woman's
"There, hast thou it, vagabond, for
thy late to home coming?"
Tiik Line Savek. Forester: "Uu
thankfulness is of the world pay. See
you, of this man there have I the life
saved, and he bids me the time not
Second Huntsman: "How, on what way
may have you him the life saved? Have
you him out of the water pulled?
Forester: "No; by one hunt shot I
him a whole load dueksbot in tho fur
cap, had 1 a little deeper shot, it would
out with him have been."
Captain: "Look you once, under of
ficer, w hat the Meyer forgigantie strides
Cnder officer: "Excuse Mr. Captain,
thai does he only out of avarice."
Captain: "Out of avarice! I low so
I'ndtTollicer: "So that he his boots
less wear out." ,
A a "Electric Boy."
The Australian electric boy arrived at
New York recently from Melbourne.
When H years old he gave evidence of
wonderful electric power that has kept
developing since. The only food for
which ho cares is that which contains
phosphorus. When not, sullieiently
charged with magnetism he complains
of nervousness and headache. When
he goes to sleep the supply of electricity
b lines slightly diminished, but is much
more constant than during his waking
hours. He is now 21 years old. He
stands upon a matting made of cocoa
nut threads, and allows the curious to
examine his clothing in order to con
vince them that no electrical apparatus
is concealed upon his person. When he
touches anyone a current of electricity
goes from iiim into the other, producing
the sensation that arises from contact
with a galvanic buttery, lie told a re
porter that he was always charged in
the morn ing, but thaf during the day
he n-ave oil so much power that it left
him completely exhau-ted in the even
There are three principal kinds of
rai -ins known to merchants-the small
sultanas or stoneless, the laigo red, and
the huge black. The sultanas are taken
chietly by the countiies of puddings,
England ami CerniHiiy; three-fourths'of
the larger red fruit go to Trieste, Ger
many and Holland; and the black fruits
were until. lately almost wholly for Con
stantinople, Saloiiiea and the Iiannbian
provinces. But the growing manufac
ture of raisin wine in Fram e brings an
increasing quantity of raisins to the
French ports. The remainder are not
all eaten; vast quantities are taken by
distillers in all European countries.
An Iowa school teacher punished a
boy by standing him on his head and
poui ing ice water down his trousers legs.
She thought it a good mode of punish
ment until tho boy's father tried the same
thiflg on Ler.
Voiinu, middle -n(eil, or old men, suffer
ing f r nil nervous debility or kindred nllVc
tions, Hhoiild addrcfM, with two stumps, for
buge treatise, World's Dispensary Medical
Association, Buffalo. N. Y.
Lapttod Railway Land Qrantn.
The following is a list of tho land
grants that are subject to possible re
clamation by tho government: "(iulf
and Ship Island, in Mississippi, CVJ.KtMl
acres; Alabama and Florida, iu Ala
bama nnd Florida, -H(.),.V.'.' acres; Coosa
and Teniies.cc, in Alabama, l:5',IH(l
acres; Mobile and fiirard, in Alabama-,
SI0.H.H0 acres; Coosit and t'hattanooga,
in Alabama, l.Mi.tMM) acres; Alabama and
Chattauoiern (formerly Northeast and
Southwest Alabama and Wills Valley),
in Alabama, S'.iy.'.l'.lD acres; Pensaeola
ami (leoiria. in Florida, l..'jliH,72!) 7-100
acres: Florida, Atlantic and (Julf Central,
in Florida, l-l.Vi 'J'.i-100 acres; North
Louisiana and Texas (formerly Vieks
bnrg, Shreveport ami Texas), iu Loiiisi-
ana, (ilU.KHd acres; St Louis and Inm
Mountain, in Missouri, (ilU.lKlO acres;
Little Pock and Fort Smith, in Arkansas
and Missouri. l.tKl.:".i(i ISI-KH) acres;
Detro.it and Milwaukee, in Michigan,
;l.V), liMi acres; Houghton and Ontonagon
(formerly Marquette and Ontonagon),
in Michigan. :.Y2M-r 2-l-KM) acres; North
Wisconsin (formerly St. Croix and Lake
Superior), and branch to Bavlicld in
Wisconsin. I.Iuh.I.Vi W-MO acres; Vi.
cousin Central (formerly Portage. Win
nebago and Superior), in Wisconsin, !,
Hini.Ihki acres; St. Paul and PaeihV. St.
Vincent extension (formerly branch to
l'ed River of the North), in Minnesota,
:V ni.ikh) acres; St. Paul ami Pacific,
lirainerd branch (formerly branch to
Lake Superior), in Minnesota. 1.17.'.0K)
acres; Hastings and Dakota, in Minne
sota, .ViO.tHn) acres; Oregon' Central, in
Oregon. l.-.'o0.t acres; Atlantic and
Pacific, in various States and Territories,
4.,(kki(.h) acres; Texas Pacific in vari
ous Mate and Territories, 1s.uo,m0
acres: Northern Paeilie, in various States
and Territories, 47. ' acres.
It is not intended to declare any of
the grants in the above list forfeited
where the roads exhibit any ability or
desire to go ahead and carry out the
original contract with the (iovcnimeiit.
Attention, Kailro.ul Mm!
"I sulfcU'd to! tij ore thau a year with in
dlyestlou. I was Veiy bilious, occisioiiaily
havmj a dumb chili, followed by f Vers,
which prostiated me. I took Simmons
Liver ltcgulator, and am thoroughly atit
tied that it is all that is rccouunendt d for
indigestion and biliouscomplaiuts, for mine
was certainly a stubborn cae. M.-my of
my liieuds speak of it, and they all agree
thai it possesses1 all the virtues sou claim
fur it. "A. II. Ilightower, Conductor C.
Ir Id W01UU KLMLMUtKl.NG that nobody
enjoys the nicest surroundings ir in bad
hen tlti. There aie miserable people about
to-day with one foot iu the fjrave, wheu a
buttle of Parker's (.Singer Tonic would do
tin in more gioil than all the doctors and
medicines they have ever tried. Sec adv.
Allen's Brain Food positively cures mrv
oubucss, uervoiu debility, and all weakness
of generative oigaus. $1. 5 for All
druggists. Send for ciicular to Allen's
Pharmacy, lifj First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Over 200,001) Howe scale have been sold,
and the demand increasing continually.
Borden, Sellcck it Co., agcuts, St. Louis,
In flic Opinion of Physicians,
teeth that are becoming defective or are
insulliciently cleansed, infect the food and
unlit it for the digestive process. Health,
tlierefore, as well as personal attractiveness
is promoted by the use of Sczodont, pure
iu composition, agreeable in flavor, prompt
and cll'ectivu in its purifying action, and
economic, since only a few drops upon the
biUsh are needed at a time. The popular
ity of this sterling preparation is based
upon long tested and professionally recog
Til ii Voltaic Bki.t Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dyes Celebrated Electro-Voltaic
Belts and Electric Appliances on trial
for thirty days to men (young or old) who
are alllicted with Nervous Debility, Lost
Vitality ami Manhood, and kindred troubles,
guaranteeing speedy and complete restora
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ns above. N. B. No risk is incurred, as
thirty days' triaL is allowed.
A Popular Tonic
KOHWIiVK IiL'NOS AM) CONSUMl'l ION.
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Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Debilitated
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Consumption in the incipient or advanced
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indorsements of physicians or patients us
the celebrated "Toiu, Buck and Hye." The
repealed and continued sales of the article
everywhere are the best evidence of its real
merits. Letters and teulimonals from every
quarter of the country, attesting the stim
ulating, tonic and healing effects, are in
possession ol the. proprietors, and can lie
adduced to Convince the most skeptical
leader ol its intr'uedc virtues. Further
commendation is hniiecessary and super
fluous, as a Dial of this in tide, having u
pleasant tasle and agreeable Haver, will
satisfy all those who aie alllicted or pining
away with pulmonary weakness of the re
lief to be secured by the use ofTolu, Both
snd Bye. Chicago Times.
(SIUY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
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Befoio jiiKiriLiuoivi rniitinni.iiiiii,' 4 r .'', i.
.. Mn!n lliu lmrk.Al,(" laklflg.
dliiitn-fM ufvtnloit, iMt-nmtiiro olil nun m1 inimv
oilier ll. nxri thai V ,l tu iiikh.i,
or;.r....itl(.lTv,.. ' '"'
l7riiu i hiiumiuih in nnr linmi,tiK-t, Mrli
li-Hlro to m'tui fn-ii bv mull to I'vcrvime tT
Specific. Mudlclmi l unlit hviill tlrn l'i'IhI h' ai l
I ! " " ' " " "l Will IHIKl'lll
IjV lllli Hull ri'LLMIll till II" llllilinv l.u ..I.I .-
T II K U It A Y M K 1 1 It ' I jj (jo
on ccniinl or coiinuiitviu, w havo n.li.pmd tho
V11"","1"! !"1' ",u K'-'uiiitm, dtimniitwi
of cure iMiinl
U!.l l I .. t, .
r-.in. in nirn ll r li. hCliril
Wliulimulu Al'uuII. Moirincii I'l '!. ..'
. , - u.
Chills and Fever.
H t in m j iih Liver lli'HU
Inter Hum liri ukH the
ililIU mill nirrlun Mm
i vi r uiil nl tin. HyMlciii,
1 1 riiiin when nil otliur
V 1 1 Im relief nml euro
of til I H (llHtrUHHlnir h-
eiim' iihii .SImiiiiuiih Liv
er Hi Kuliitur.
Tli Hcj-'ii lal i.t will luiwlllvvly Hire llila terrllili)
iIimumi. uhH.irl t iiiilmlnnlly wliul u know to
he l rim.
hIioiiM not Im ri'Hurilt-d hh ii Irllliiiix uUiuuiit . Nil
lure ili-liiMiiiU tliu iltinoHl rei'iiliiillv of tho IioauIh.
'I lii-refine iu.nlHt luiluri! Iv laklnu H i m moll m Liver
K. I'lilutoi . It In lmiinli-fn, inllil a u tl i Urcuiul.
(Jim or two Itilileiqiooiifulu will relievo nil till)
iniiilih'p Im III. nl to u lilliiiim stiilo, nu ll ns Nantes
li.iiieKc, UrowMliieHH, Dlslri'sc uller euliiiK, u blt
li r ImrJ tn-lc In the iiiuiiilt.
l'i rKonx ma) uvniil ull iiltai kx liy oceiinliiually
tuls i iii; it ili)-' ol Mtnmiiiirt Liver Keulalnr to keep
Hie liver In heiillhy iiclion.
HA I) PWKATT1!
l'i iiitiiMv ;irlini; trim a disorder! d vtniiiHeh, ran
he i-urrtrleil h litl;ini Miiuiioim I.lver Henulator.
.1 A UN DIOR
Sliiiliniliii Liver Kei'iilut r Hooli erililli-lltfM till (Us-eiiKi-
linia the khIi iii, leuvlnt! tlit- hklii cleur anil
free Irniii all ilnillllllea
children MiiVe'liii! wlili colic noun experience re-ll.-llu-n
SimmoiiH Liver Iteniiliitor 1c ttl in intvt t?r -ell.
Adiill iiloo derive tjreiit henetll from thin
im dli tiif. It is nut iini'l' HHiit ; ii In narinlc
nnd i llt'dlvv. Purely ve' India.
H L A 1 ) 1 ) K I .V K 1 1 )N VS
Vit of 'lie dici i"ci nl the dladder originate fnmi
thou' ol the kiilm . Heriiucthu at'llini of the
liver lully niidlmlh Ihe kidney and dluuder will
ho reftun d.
IfTake oiilv tin 'jiiiiiliie, wl.loh alwiiy lnm on
Hi" untiier Ihe r .1 . truile murk anil u nutiire of
J. I I.ZKILIN Ac CO.,
Fur i nk- d) nil dnii'inls.
Pitiif Cannot l-t:iv Wliclo
If I.s LVcd.
Ithie iuutLui if cured dy
THOMAS' ECLK'.'TUIi: 01 L.
A lame duck nf.'ii;lit yearn "taiiilluc was I'oeitlvc
ly cund dy ft-1 cents worn of
TAOM AS' El'LKLTKlC OIL
Common eoru throat Id cureil with one dote of
THOMAS' Kl'I.ECTUlf OIL.
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THOMAs' Et'LEC'TKIC OIL.
All throat and liiiit'diKtitHi f are cured hy
THOMAS' Ft'LECTHIC OIL
Aetluiiu Ib cured iiy
THOMAS' IX'LECTIUC OIL.
Ilurna unit from din e are relieved at once hy
THOMAS' KCLU'TKIL' OIL.
Always gives satisfaction.
Sold by Medicine Dealers everywhere.
Price .IOC. and f 1
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Buffalo. N. Y.
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