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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MOBNINlr, SEPTJSMBKll 2, 1882.
KlDS Mfl Hi,
PURE CREAM TARTAR.
If alum or any injurious Mi)iunccy run lnt fouml
hi Andrews' PearlBiikinK Powder. Is is-
tlVt'l) PURE, Ul illtf clcl'ir-i 'I, ail'l tc-lill)Ollilllj
iwlvo.1 Irom hiirli rbvitiiMsasS. fiitim liny", Ho
ton; M. IsdiiloMuitie, ol Cliir nco; ami OuMavili
11'kU', Mil wun koo. Never -old in bulk.
C. E. ANDREWS A. CO.
!i M ii-hifHit A v. 'S7. .i A '."U K. liters
l-i.ri-t'..Mnl a U'Hri Hlltl il Httt ift-
Jdolory to iU wearer in every hv,
or tho money will ! rrttiinlc'l 1V
the portion from whom it miiMniuiii
Tlii" "tilv Cir'i p-onoiinfil y
pnl Injurlt.u. in the wrvm-r.
(li " iio.-l tt.iufiirtn.Mi' an'l p
rmr I'n'IIio' 'liy-Mn
i,il , mi. r.l l.y htillf
I Ut'l IIMSl.lt I'irlM l ever
rUH f:.kr Mull. I'lMtmrv 1'ntili
Ilralth rr.r.l. !.&. ix If. Atti.ilti. I '
Abdominal (c.traataryl .(I0. Xnr.ln. l.6
llrallk I'rrwx-vlMC iHar rmilll t'.VO'l. I'ltrncuN
hr ul by li'iului 3ilH ll'-nlir. rirryitlirri'.
CHICAGO t'OKsl.T ( ., Clilcajio. III.
It t prrparMnii of I'mtojld of Iron, TVnjvllO
Bark and the Phosphate. jh tati-d th tha
tahle Aromatl'. F.ndotud .r Hi Medical
Irufiin, an'l rt'otn mended by theui for Iy
frraala. (irnrral ItrbiltlT. Irmal ala
Mm, Hani of Vitality, irio I'roa
(ration, tonttlfurgrr (rout trra
mm 4 hralrblllaan4 Irtfr. ltaerve
rery putpo.ti vbeic a Iumc In titti-foary.
Ii5LrvrtarfJ ij Tin Pr. Hirifr Bejiciii; Co, St. looil
Th follnwit jt l on of the very mmy tetln
Ciait we are n.'.urln iUil ;
GntiT"i -onif Ihn- nn,Un m I brirao tin
Due of I'M. II vKiiuX Ikon Ti'SK . nj.on the a!
rf of Uii)' file it'll ho knew Iti utur. I wal
yflrliir fri.ru rimral d'Mllty to fu h an tfit
that tur lalor urxreilliittlv tmrot i.ioiLt to ni.
A v'llun of a uionili i not " " h rv
llf. bul on the contrary, m followed by In.
erf and prowl n lion ati'l ilnkinir (hill. At thil
time I bn the ! of your Ii.on Tonic, from
hl'-h 1 rralurd almost liiiinnliate ami woiidcrful
mult. 1 lie old ftnTiry relurni d an'l I found that
tny natur fon e ra not nt rnni'i' Mi)) ahati-il. 1
hare uaed llm-f lmlllrof Iht-'loMo. Min e usIl-K
It I have done tn l. r the l.ihnr Unit I en r did In tha
ame time dtiriii my lllm iui, aud v uh double tha
eae. Willi the Irnnnull ni rve and Igor of body,
bal come alio a ch'sriu m of thought in vt-r befora
ujoyed. If Ihe Tiinkj baa not done the work, I
kuuw uot uut. I (five It the ircdit.
Mont jraleftil jjroiirn
Troy, 0., Jan. S, 187f. Panturt InUiliiii ChuKh.
Saie bjf DrujTKltts and Gonwtl Dealers Every vrheri
9 rTi v
That Vernhli) ni otiraio1 levi r nnil nioie. and itn
ccjtinener, billon remltli'iit, bi'-ldoa atlVrtlnna of
the Kto iiacD. llviir anil lu'wcla. nro luci-d liv iiiIhk
rnatlc alrand water, am hoth I'ra llriind an I prti
veuted hy the liae of MoKtidlcr'a Slnin.ich Itinera,
purely Vf(elhf elixir, Itidou'd bv iliylc.liiti,
and lunru cxt-iifi vcit tid aa a remedy for Ihu
hovo clae ol dlioirileri", n well hi lor uimiy nilrn
than any tnill:ttio of Hie hh
Kor ale by nil Druci!!"! nd ienlira generally.
f l Hr-.. m niilM ,li., ,,., , ,,MI,l HI. la anit
H'.-7.rTui K.bliltr, Imi-olrnet, tlrgmilr,
".'"""i .ul.orrhir, Kynlillltle ni.'l Menurlal
Anillin .iMvUllr Ireateil en no, olio .ni,ni.ir.,
wlib i.tii ail iiir,-ritdHtri, l ill ,tr oo tor I.Ui (l uul.,,
II' Ui Ih ni"rrl l.v lli..'.V.nh, hniimui ,,,
(IVMuf rrtnt frihi lluplurr ih.nlil w nil tlirlr itlrrw,
tut li-ir. uiairtlilnii la llirlrailonl.ee II I. mil Iruo f
iddrrw, UH. Ill T Th, a. Mil, m., hi. Umls Ru,
tTAMUllt.l UVtll TIIIK1 V.VKAKIk
HARRI8 REMEDY COM.iS"
I ' a 1 n'WKU nt Hula I'mo'i n
PR0&.HAHKI8 PA8IILLE RLMLDr
1' " Mir win, iun"r
from Ntoiui .titl I'IitiIcii liti.il.
nr. Prvmuuii. K.ilitiKtl.ii .ml
I tfiilr ni.nr lmm rti'iuffim.-i.
Th. . i. . . ..n S""l n'el inlli-.lli ur-'l.
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u Z, 7. f "" Nn. rimi.liW.lrirrl.
1 1 nm nii use 41
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A favorlta irearrlptlnti of tin of tha
moatnolod anil inei'twaful fiiwiallma In thl'.H.
(BOW P'tlredl for tlieruieof Areln OrbtlUy,
lt Mn-ho4, H'alrMaa and Itfruy. K in
Ei plala aeauM.onveloiMVaa. Drnggiue ;au Ail 11,
A4drM DN. WARD A CO. Uaieiant, Mo.
Care of Harness in Euninicr.
Ilarncs is moro rniii1ly injured in
mmimur. siiys tho Country Gentleman,
than in wiiiU-r. It U soniclimt's soiikcd
with rain, and ajrain subjut'totl to lieat
and drying;, and the perspiration of
linrss ilnos it no pood. If kept wtdl
fiiloil, all those infliipneos will muse lit
tin injury. Thuro aro many difl"t?reiit nj
jilications usi'd, and dillVrt'nt intnii's aro
fuloptud for imployinp tlicni. A com
mon way is iirst to wash thoroughly with
noap and warm wutor, ami then apply
neatsfoot oil, as the best oil for the pur
pose. 15ut a different courso is mlopteil
by others. One team manajer infurnis
us that the first tiling to do is always to
apply one or two coats of castor oil with
cnou'frli lamp-black to give proper col
or. 15y thus saturating the leather with
oil (irst the soap and water applied af
terward do not penetrate it, and when
leather is permitted to absorb water it
hardens it and exrludes tho oil. Hy
oiling first the dirt is modelled so that it
is easily washed off, and this obviates
much of the ncrapinr nthorw isc required,
and the whole operation may be per
formed at once. After being oiled,
wash it with a sponge and soap-suds,
and when dry. rub over it a mixture of
equal parts of oil and tallow, colored
with lamp-black, and a small portion of
Prussian blue. This is substantially tho
process recommended, and we shall be
glad to hear from tlvse who have tried
different met hods, as to their compara
tive value, ami of tho benefit of apply
ing the oil hist, and the fitness of cantor
oil as compared with other applica
tions. While on the subject of using
harness in farm-work in summer, it is
well to recommend for any field-work
the simplest harm's that will answer
Hie purpose, both for the comfort of
the horse, anil to prevent the needless
wear and tear of leather, lilinders are
not needed, belly-band nor cruppers.
.Simple harness for the farm, kept al
ways in good order, not liable to break
age, will be a thin;' of economy in more
ways than one, and sometimes prevent
costly delays in the most busy days of
M. B. Curtis and his wife have a pet
parrot which is their constant traveling
companion, and which ' speaks the
King's Knglish with ania.ing fluency.
The loquacious bird caused quite a
panic at the Windsor Hotel last night.
It seems that the Curtis family occupy
rooms directly adjoining Governor
Tabor's apartment at the hotel, and last
evening, as the (iovernor was entering
his apartment, he heard what bethought
w as a female voice saying "ljVUobab'y."
The (iovernor was a 'trifle startled. He
is a very gallant man. hut he could not
fur the life of him imagine w hat he had
ever done to warrant any female in ad
dressing him so familiarly The saluta
tion appeared to be intended for hifh,
and it came fp'm the transom over the
do'.r of the room directly across the
hall. The (iovernor was' nonplussed,
''Hello baby pretty baby," said the
vo'ee again, and the (iovernor blushed
as iie stroked his fierce moustache, and
tried to brace up and look dignified,
' Won't you come and kiss; your baby?"'
cnlleil tiie voice Hgain in a delicionslv
deductive suit of way. Now the gover
nor seldom takes a dare of any kind.
To do him justice, be is a brave man.
nd at this particular moment he felt
big enough to tackle- an army.
He crept softly over to the door and
aked. "Aro you talking to me?" "Nice
baby" said the voice; but no sooner had
the voire spoken than another voire
from inside the room a big burly man's
oi' tj calle'l out, "(ioaway from that
door, and let the pll iot go to sleep!" It
v.-as Mr. CurtH w no spoke, but be bail
bo idea it was (iov. Tabor out -ide. (inv.
Tabor -lid quietly into his room, but be
thought ' was such :t good joke he had
to tell the boys about it after supper,
mid in the opera house lobby la.-t niiit
it was all the talk.
Speaking of tie1 dead and gone heroes
of the late w ar w ill) an old A i inv ollicer,
llie oilier day, lie renniKcii mat. m
early years lighting doe Hooker was the
handsomest man he had ever seen. Ills
hearer instanced Custer as his ideal ol a
dashing soldier, and he told a Mory
about him which is curious, as an in
stance of how differently men are affect,
ed hy circumstances. Ciiiter. who went
into a light with perfect coolness, was
the victim of what, sportsmen call buck
fever, which is akin to stage-fright.
"The first time Custer ever saw a
buffalo I was with bin). He had been
very anxious to get bis fuvt shot at one,
and talked of nothing else for some
days. We were in the region where the
Topcka, Atchison ami Siuita I n liuil-
w.ay now runs when wo sighted the hr.t
herd. Custer was mounted on :t beauti
ful Kentucky mare, for which he had
paid .?;),00ii, and of which be was very
proud, while I rode an Indian pony.
"There they are,' 1 :iiJ to him, and
without a word, but in a great, state of
excitement, lie put spurs to his mare
and was off like tho wind. I followed
dome distance in tho rear, and soon lost
sight of them in a swale (:v hollow.)
lieu I came up Custer was lying on
tho ground about twenty feet ahead of
tho mare. I picked him up, a little
dazed by his fall, and we went back to
the mare. She was dead. Custer had
drawn his revolver and, seized with
buck-fever in his excitement and Inun
dation, instead of hitting a buffalo, had
sent Ais bullet cra.-diing through the
mares brain, "shooting her just behind
LangliHiinorDown on Philanthropists.
"Stop a lectio. Vat you do dat for?"
aid old Charley l.anoheinior (ickens'
Dutchman) as the keeper of t ho peni
tentiary slipped tho bagover his head
and proceeded to blindfold him prepar
atory to conducting him to his cell for
a year. Langheinier protested vigor
ously, and 1 ol 1 the keeper it was no use
to go through all that nonsense, be
cause "don't you link I know do place?"
l.angheimer says be has hud enough of
philanthropists, and never wants tu see
another one as long as ho lives. -Ho
says there is no place on earth like m
homo in the penitentiary, and he pro
poses to die there.
When the man averred that ho had
seen a trotting-niatch they didn't mind
It much. Imt. u'liiin I... ..1.1 ..1 1
.......... ..... ..A ax.njou
neighed" they threw him under a crriiw
3m03STD.Y SEPT. 11.
TIIE BIGGEST ' OF ALL BIG SHOWS
AND THE ONLY BIG SHOW COMING THIS YEAR!
AS FAR SUPERIOR TO ANY SHOW THAT HAS EVKK VISITED HKKK AS AN ELECTRIC EIGHT TO A TALLOW
CANDLE. AUGMENTKD AM) ENLARGED TO SIX TIMES ITS FORMLR SIZL. 'I'RONOUNCKD HY
PltKSS AND lYllLlO TO It K THE FlNEST TENTED ExiIimTlON' O.V THE FACE a If THE Gl.OliE.
A. STUPENDOUS UNION.. CUL
iiiiiiatingiu tho combined attractions ol
AMERICA'S SIX LEADING EXHMMOXS
('oDPOliilfit.ng the I'ndivi led mil Cniliriil;d Keatured of i
SIX BIG CIRCUSES!
SIX BIG lEXAGEIUHS!
SIX BIG MUSEUMS!
OIr T)Ti tmi A DIKMCJ
111 1 J
..kh ra.. , AVia j m m m m m
Known ok the llvlrii: Ulrv, wh 111 'M''rH the tail 'lit ciuni, over i, (,-H. Shy llleri lilce a lilnl tllvc-rt l'K) feet
the uel, jniiim T.'i feet in riienillciilarly Into the air etc.
nd more otliemtnr performer than In live or Unary H!ij H iow. Seven ti"iintlfil' perloriiiln Stttlll.itiH, it liuru of
hIx perl'ortnlni: OoloraloCiiUle.Hd'ie.nted OirHtres and , "brus and Hie only perlnrtiilnt! II 1 jipnpntiiin I .
In the .Mena'erl... which la Ihelurext on ea-llt, and uni'ira more rnre niilinu'a llisn all other ahowa conililned
mid Bituady tnor thin in any Z oloi;iciil li.ire'i mi Iviro;"' or A'tcro -i, nny hu toiind llm only tmir of dill-vrtmi
li villi; ll'iipopoliiml, a piit of '.nHnrln living 'iiriiirt . h a r il vh Mv F. oiilmnt', ,li llrsl iivor neon, u two-ho nei
II vs Ion KhinoeeroK, four i;l ml umiui Lloii". a h 'r I 'f fo irleei' lniH'i! Kleliliiinli. huIiosq Arnlil in (!mnela, two cru ed
( Httiela, llrnt ever aeen, enow while ll'itlali), African Elands, NvUhiiu, Poinr lleata, and lirty oiu'lit n o roii
hauuil caijca lined with the, llnet co'lecliou ol t:.o niveroiiB met iinrbivuruM aiiinials uvur eten imy wlioru .
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Lllll'U 1 1 1 1 11 113 1 1
The lnri;eat liuiulier of ( urn ever 11 ho1 hy liny Vow
ci naui ii.
KIVK 1USDS OK ML'SIC. 100 (illKAT S01-0 MUSICIANS IN THR ORCHES'ITU.
See ilia tritnicenilanlly lieauUI'iil, rl li, vo-(eoiii", atarllltiK. wonilerfiil paratln. A pliine'-toppatl tldil wavo of
iMilomlor, Inlrod'irltiK flvulianil of niinr, ilfiv li!hl n dil covered caie, twuntv i;rea. uoliluu rharlol a, fonrlenn Iiiilo'
l.lephanta In royal Imunlni;. The heanilfiil allegorical tiilileau of Columbia and Iter court of liuauty, Introducing the
I inrliandaotnect wniii in 'it Aiioriet II me. i-ci i-lnm c tr, an I irtje a linuneK, rirnwn thruiinh tho atreetn. Tln
wipe ebarioia fortv ftnt hluli, rarrylnu Hlolt, Inuh In mid air, a llvlinf itlunhant, and 11 1 n (w back a beaittiftll lutly
rnprenentiiifr l.ala Htmkh departim; from Dnlhl, 'I'ho I'rlnccna of India and her r iyal uacourt. Kiillits In Kolld ail
ver iirinor. and more acnKtloual leahireH than vr lemi boforo. It Is worth a hundred mllo Journey to an.
fctcurMona on mi railroad at creattv reductl
cnevtli'd, n boola done, work mmpeiula, and a ijroud
WHEN SELLS BROTHERS' BIG SIX SHOWS COME
Prepare to nee tho biggest show and thu biggest crowds you have over soon in all your lilo. Exhibition!! at tho usual hours. Admission the amo as ordinary nhows
charge, notwithstanding it is Bi times the largest show you oversaw. Bu in town early. Biing tho old folks, bring tho babies, bring tho aunts, cousins, wives, daughters
sweethearts, boys and all If you see nothing but the parade, the touts, and the immense railroad, trains, you will bo paid for the journey.
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requf 1 eii to transport tt
Thrtsu ;ki ton locoiu itlvra
ra.U'". l'rparu tor juyiiti juniiuu. All avoun ei
lit V""-" V W. V.
A I j Ij FOR ONK PUIUK OK ADMISSION'.
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HAICTUNU tt'Td AT I- V "V V K h KOH M A ' ' K IT W(U.I TAKK AT I EAST 1K
llnl lis I (.IVE 1 II K I'K lit' i! M N ' ' K IN K MNLi.K KIM;
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TwiMity luiHiy t 1'i.no.s, lnl b) CHARLEY SI'.EEV. Fifty double Soiner.-utilt Ln pt is, includitig
HKnl loM A If I), w ho leitps over 1 1 (lej h illtS. The EainoUe Hclilllv.
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