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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 18, 1882.
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PURE CREAM TARTAR.
If Blum or liny injiirtntiiisiibMiiiiceaciiii ho finim!
In A ii'lrows' Vcarl Unking Powder. Is is
lively PURE. HciiiKi-inliir'x'il, ami totimniiiala
received I'mm ,ucli clic-miai hsS. Dai hi lhiys Hi is.
ton: M. IVIafoiimina, of i hinio; aid Uustuviu
Bixlo, Milwaukee. Ncvorwil'i in litilk.
C. E. ANDREWS t CO.
! St icliiuiiu At. W. 2k'. i 'J.H K. Water-
Kverv foraet ia warranted aiitiB
fficurr V Ita wrar.T in overy v,
.r tlio ranni'V will he refunded t'V
the person fn'tii wti'Hn ttwaabf'iH'bt
7h .nii'n.-'t ir"ti"dnn A m'r teatimr liy-lrlam
not ln)nrt"ii I" Hi.' 4rr. lin! ni'f- ll'V 1'i'ln" a
tn " nnt o.ihfiirialile and l rtert in ' " ' ever
""" niNX-t.bj MhII. I'Mtmrr I'uldi
llrallk Pr. rrlii. I.&O. Mf.Adlii.ll". I '
Akdoailnitl Irimhnrr) 8.00. Vir..lng. I.M
Health I'mMTTlMB iltim niiitll' H. rru(ii
t'r Mir W limlln Kvtull llralrn rviTi n-licTt.
CHICAGO COIlSbT CO.. bieitKO, 111.
"TLe G:eat Beard of Rama."
There" j. ;i i!:lllt ill CelH lh:it M'eius
IllH'lo til jPlMW wlu'CC Ollll'l- "TCCH
tiling can. The curium tiling :ihntit it.
is the way it manages In scatter it seeils
over 1h! tliy mxl cloert jilaei s. The
seeds p-ow in a louml rase, s!iaied like
a (lailiieliiili's Si'fil-lieinl, lull llllli'll
stronger ;iinl lai eei, licini; us liir
tliilil's lieail. V lien they an1 1 eaily to
el'nw, the Imim'S nf seeds ocl Ioom' ll'olil
. iJx' xlalks iiin! thf lir.-l Mimi lueco
t:irts ilifiii oil on tlies;nnl. Away they
fXt like Ii.hIIn M'allciin the rijic scciU
on their iatli fur miles, a in I wherever a
8ecil falls it lakes root ami rows. If
the I ,'lil eciines In water, it is mi lipht
fh.U v!ln.ii s asily, while the wiml still
earries it mi. Jn this way the seeils are
earrieil to thti most harreii shores, ami
lie-in the work of covering them w ith
jjreen. 'I'his eiuimis jilant is Ihewaler
jiink. railed hy the natives The (ireat
lteanl of ltama."
"Tattooing Done Ilcro," '
It i. a diseased faney that fniluccs
sundry ierous in he inttoned with
fitfHIiee de ices. Nevertheless, (ine man,
in New York finds that ch.hiIi men,
women and hoys are so m .e.ed with
the idea a to si,iwut 1 i hi handsomely
iu the trade of tatiuuiu::. A rejiurter of
tho New York Tni'int', who recently
called on ,ini, illli!isle, llie following
narrative of the interview :
"I NUi)OsL' :iilors ;u e oiir chief ens
tomrrs'1' 'Oil, tin. Meeluuii. -, 1 1 :ei Ineii and
'longshoremen ;ue tl .,, of men I
do most of my tattooing on. have,
fustoniers from nil over the United
Staten, all Lhd- ol pie. ;ind luun
even had e;entl,.meii omr to my door
in their 'iivaie carriages. I am the on
ly man in the city ho ha . a p' i manent
jilaec nf lui-ini".-."
"Wlidt designs are the inn. i i .
"Well, tint h all nerord in t tae
or liohhy. Anii riean sailors like rod
dpsse of lilierty, .;ior nf otuer nations
the ooats-nf.arni'i of their country.
"An Indian waving a lomahuwk is n
Srri-at favorite with sonic tats. Then
"vc imt many knives -md cleavers on
butchers' aniH. Iiiniiiiiers and tonjjs on
WiM-ksmith".' Ma-.nie cmMeius arc al
ways in demand.
"Sometimes there arc sailors who
want the initial of their sweethearts'
namea put on their arms. Sometimes
imn w ho have hern jilted hy their girls
txfterwaiii have their names 'or initials
covered with other pictures.
"Younn men have Ihe c.iaUof-arilH
ottlieir cnuniry or Slate put nn. A dc.
NiK" of n willnw-surioniiiled tomb with
the words. -T,, t. lwxuury ()( lny ,,,,.
r, is a creitt favorite x it t old' men."
"Do manyliovs coin., lol.e laitnoed'J"
nnd have their nam. -or M,me mark put
on them, mi that they can he recuniicd
when stolen or hist. n
"A hea-captain was lately drowned in
the Last Kivcr, and hi, 'v yVs only
reco-nie.l hy Iin n,i;1 ,:.,.
nrm. licit I was with the Army of
tho Potomac I put the names nf imn
drpdn of soldiers nn t u.ir tmn or
iireasts, and many were i-ceoned hy
these mark after hcine. killed or wmml
I'd. I learnt my husiiiess from an en
jrraver with whom I served on hoard of
the frigate I'mtnl ,S(nl,s iluv'wr i,u
"WJiut the hest tiniuof the ?iir for
"Tim winter, nn tho work dries quick
Dr. U. V. IVrce, liuffulo, N. V.: Duar Sir
My wifo had suffered with "fonialo wehk
iiPBstia" for nearly three yearn. At times
!io could hardly move, Bho had such drag
ping pains. Wo often saw your "Favorite
PrcHcription" advertised, but supposed liko
must patent medicines it till not amount
to any thim?, hut at last concluded to try a
bottle, which she did. It made her sick at
lirst, hut it began to show its etl'ect in a
marked improvement, and two bottles cured
her. Yours, etc., A. J. Hcyck, Deposit, N.
Understanding Men's Natures.
About inid-aflernoon yesterday a citi
zen who pulls down the scales at
pounds descended the lil'.-t lliglit of
stairs ie mid the listf)icc in just the
Mime manner that a hag of oats would
have choen, and w hen he brought up
at the foot he was in no frame nf mind
to chip in anytfiing for the heathen in
Africa. The tir.-l citizen who arrived
on tho -pot knew what hisduty required
of him on such nn occasion, ami he
"I don't believe you can improve on
the old wny !"
The second cilien passing w as in a
hurry, hut he knew that ho luu-t halt
"Like that any better than coming
down the way the rest nf us do'.'"
The third cit ien had husiness at the
Postothee, hut he turned aside, cleared
his throat, and remarked:
"Kvidcntly fell down stairs? Curious
how it sets the blood to circulating!
Some of you had better see if his nose h
broken - good-bye!'"
There w as a fourth spectator, and he
slowly entered the door-way, bent over
the victim, and remarked:
"I'd have piven a dollar to see him
come down! lie's one of the sort who
luimp every stair!"
The fifth man was about to add his
mite when the victim rose up. His el
bows were skinned, his nose harked, his
coat torn and his back sand-papered the
whole length, but, he was a man who
had traveled, lie knew that everybody
in the crowd was hoping to see him
jump up and shake his lists, and paw
the air, and to hear him declare that he
would lick .all the men who could be
tacked in a ten-acre lot. and therefore
le brought a sweet smile to his face,
lifted his hat like a perfect gentleman,
and limped up stairs with the bland re
mark: "Stubbed my toe as I came in the
door, you know, and came near falling
in a heap." Iktroil Fire Press.
The Birds iu the Early Morning.
The person wlm rises at 3:30 a.m. in
Ogdcnsbiirg' will hear ten thousand
birds, including; robins, orioles, swal
lows, martins, wrens, yellow birds,
American sparrows, English sparrows,
and every other variety that visit this
climate, endcavoringto oiitdocach other
in song. Hcfore 7 o'clock the grand oon
cert is muled. Within a week we have
seen a do.en sparrows, three robins,
two orioles, and several blackbirds all
feeding from the same dMi ami at the
same time, and no (jiiarrcling either.
The sparrow is Ihe most valuable of all
birds. While breeding he feeds his
young wilh grubs, Hies, iu.-ects, bugs,
and caterpillars. He is noisy ami social,
perhaps a littlo too much so. All the
.-lories about, the pugnacity of this bird
arc false. Any one w ho has observed
the species enough to distinguish Ihe
sexes w ill, by a little close observation,
discover how much he has been deluded
about the lighting sparrow. You can't
hug your bed in the morning am! know
a great deal about song bird. ('jU n.
Suicide Made Enwy.
Let your liver complaint take its own
course and don't taku Dr. Pierce's "Gulden
Medical Discovery." Sold hy druggist,
Tni'iisDAV Evenino, August 17, 1882.
The weather is cool breezy and pleasant
with occasional light showers.
Business on tho wharf and along the
levee is anything but active. Steam boats
e,et very little fro'ght almost nothing as
compared with other seasons of the year.
The geneial feeling of tho market is weak,
and dealers ate, hopeless of a change for
some time to come not at least before tho
crops in the south has been consumed or
cotton begins to move.
KLOUIl -The market rules quiet with
frteady and unchanged values. Receipts
are light and stocks limited. Tho small
demand is entirely for tho better grades.
HAY Receipts aro hrgo and stocks are
accumulating with no demand at all.
Choke offered to day at $10.00 found no
COHN - Storks aro large. White offered
to day at 82 cts was not taken; mixed is
held at 78 cts with no movement.
OATS -No demand at all. Stocks are
not heavy but are in excess of the iiKpiiry.
MKAL- Quiet and unchanged.
riUAN - (Juict and easy.
BUTTKK Stocks are largu and sales
slow. Prices are easy.
LOGS - Receipts all taken on arrival
h aving no surplus to till orders.
CHICKENS-Very scarce. The market
is bare of young. Tho demand is active.
FRUIT -Receipts aro confined to grapes
for which thero is a lair demand at quota
tions. Sill os anil Quotations.
NOT It, Tim prlri'K hciu kivuii rc rr pwt liom
Brut Imudf in roiinil lull. An mlvmiro U1
tliirirnd for ImiUttn Intmu rtllliiiionli rn.
w,""'," I"11" 4 WW IW
" ' )"' 4 HO
mi 1 1 tcliuliu 405
' nun uatuiii u m
I'M uiill Uncy
S csiclioku now 17 00
1 enr irliao i uu
1 cur white In bulk M
1 1'Hro mixed iu bulk VS
1 cnr choir In hulk on track 4S
1 car new
No. 4 Iti'.l, Hit till
No. '.' Muillurin)n 'n
3H0 Ittiltf City In Kit" 15
Hit AN .
Ma pound" Hlrli'lly chnlci Northern W!ll2
iH i imlllicl HouthiTU llllliol Isil.'O
MO imiimU choice northern pnekod 'iW&
Nv iniiind Northern
.Vo dii.eii .'. 1'
Mil doze 11 I'
Nkl ilo.ea I'
live, choke fl !"V21l W
'.'roopK mixed :l
acoop eholto beiiH..,. .V.''
:i roup oholee. young
1'Mboxe pen, hen VUh
(l lin(.p tnmittoet ., US-1'1
lio) It' trnpeB m 'i
I'luiiietiew 1 'Sili 11
IVr biifht'l !xii',ii
New putatoci per Mil J OVU'.' SS
" " " tiileb W
Ter bid HOI
IVr linrrel 1 e0
Half do . Wi
l'lnin Immi Dime
H. C. lluis IHJ.J
(Menr Hides' 17
8t. Johim ' 0:
Ohio Klvor 1 00
'ii bunliel burlapp S
B bimiiel ' H
6 limhel " i
Oranyen, choice per bor 6 00
Lumoim cbolco por box . .6 008S 50
I'mchua.balvti and o,iiartur rQK
C'liolc.H uavy 4 a
Chulcn modlum 4 00
Chiilro, factory. toail
IJry Flint choico
Sheep 1'iltg, i;roeu
Common Lugn l "frS 'O
wLeaf 4 7W4 "0
Merilnrn Leal ft !ii fn
OocLoal li NVjfc 8 0"
HATES OF FKEIMHT.
Men pl.in, H)
r . v Ur'i'aiiP 15
.. -i. i-i'
4ft I' y
1 1 rienn. nrK i i
W av w
Millions Given Away.
MillioiiB of bottle of Tlr. Kinc'a Now
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds, havo been given away as trial bottles
of the large size. This enormous outlay
won 1 1 1 be disastrous tn the nnmrietnrs. U'Pre,
it not for tho rare merits possessed by the
woiKlerlul medicine. Call at Harry w.
Hchuh's Drug Store and gut a trial bottle
free, and try for yourself. It never fails to
cute. ' (5)
It Wont Pay
after ho much labor and capital has been
expended to build up this medicine, to
allow it to deteriorate. 1 on can take Sim
mons Liver Regulator with perfect faith, as
ills made by no adventurers who pic,k up
tho business of concocting medicines, but
hy educated, practical druggists who have
made the btudy of medicine aud its com
pound:! tho labor of a lifetime. The care,
precision, neatness and perfection exhibited
by tho very appearance of tho Regulator
proves it to bti the best, prepared medicine
in tho market, and J. II. Zeilin & Co. fully
carry out their motto: "Purissimr et Optima
(purest and best)."
"Femalk complaints" are tho result of
inipuro blood. Use "Dr. Lindsey's Mood
Searcher." Sure cure.
Wb aro persuaded that tho ancient
Hermes with all theiubtlo art and natural
resources of tho Alchemists, was a very poor
doctor compared with Mrs. tydia E. Pink
ham, of Lynn, Mass. Hermes may have
been after all only a clever practitioner of
the Black Art; but we know there is no
humbug in tho pharmaceutical cheumtry
of Mrs. rinkham'i Vegetable Compound.
Chills and Fever.
Simmons Liver Kchu
I in or coon hroaki the
chill aud carrleH tho
fever out ol theMHtom.
I I curm when all oilier
Y 'l tbu relief tod cure
of tbla dlHtrtmaliiK dia
raae line Miumoin Liv
Th Kegulalor will poslllvsly euro thin W.rlblu
difuiise. Wo aMoerl emphatically what we kuow to
aliould hoi Ho regarded a trlflimt ailment Na
ture (leiiiHiolK Ihe iitmoat rt'KUlarlly of Ibu hotvela,
Therefnru hhI1 naluro by taklnn Snnmona Liver
Iti'Kiilator. II la liaruilen", mild aud ctlectual.
Olio tir two talilenpootifula will relieve all the
trouble Incident to a biliona male, mich as N allium
Ihr.xinrsa, Urowhlnraa, hlHlrcaa jitter fating, a bit
ter had tin-to In the mouth.
reron may avoid all attaika by oecaHloiially
lakliiK a dim of Siuimona l.lver Keul.ilor lo keep
Ihe liver In healthy action.
ceiieiiilly urlauii; fnm a dlBOidered Mtoiuaoh, can
he rorreclnJ by takiliK Sliiiiiioua Liver Iteillator.
.1 A UN DICK.
Sliiiiioiua Liver ltet!iilnl raonu eradicate thin ilia
enii' Irein the (i,i"ti m, lea iuK the aktu clear and
free from all tmpurltiea.
children -ullerln with colic aoon expi rleliee re
lief a lien Sliiiiiioua Liver Henulntor la nilmiiili'ter
ed. AdiiHa Blao denvo preat benellt from lln
medteine It la not unpleaaant; It Is harmleti
and flt'eelivo. l'urely vecetalila.
1H;A1)1)KI ,V KI DN 10 VS
Mot-t of the dlaeanea of the bladder originate from
thoe of Ihe kidneva. Kestorethe action of the
liver fully and boiti the kidneye and lilaUiler w ill
Tiike only the e'liuine, w hich alwaya baa on
(lit? wrapper the red Z trade mark and ainnalure ol
,I.U.i;iUN At CO.,
Korcalc by all drugi'liUa.
If you fuffer from dyapcpula, nan
BURDOCK HLOOll BITTKRs.
If yon are afflicted w ith blllouaneca. na
BL'HDOCK BLOOD BITTEKS,
If you are proalrated with ait k beadacke. take
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
If your boweli ate dlaordered regulate thorn with
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If your blood la Impure, purify It with
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
If you have indigestion, you will 11 ml an antidote in
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If you are troubled with apring compla.nta, eradi
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II your liver la torpid reelore It to healthy action
with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS,
If ynnr liver i affected you will find a ehure reator
ative lu BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
If you have any (peclea of humor or pimple, full
not to tnku BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If you have any almptoros of ulcere or icrofuloua
orea, a curative remedy will be found tn
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS,
For imparting Mrunglh and vitality to the ayatom,
nothing can equal BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
For Nervoua aud (ieneral Debility, tone up tho
ayatem with BURDOCK BLOOD B TITERS
1'hicE $1 riii iiotti.k; Thial names, locrs,
FOSTER, MILBl'KN & CO., I'rop'w,
BUFFALO, X. Y.
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