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1IIK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 21, 1882.
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PURE CREAM TARTAR.
SIOOO. Given r ,
If alum tit any injurious Hiilistaiiccscun bo fouiia
in Anihws' IVarlJJuking; Powder. Is o.
tiwly PURE. living endorsed, and testimonials
revolved Innii Mich chemists as H. Dana Hays, lloa
Um; M. Diliifiiiitalno, ol ' CIi1chi:o; und Gustavo
Dodo, Milwaukee. Never sold Itiliulk.
C. E. ANDREWS A. CO.
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE. .
h MMiiui Ay. 287. 2N & al E. Water.
Evuiv Cornet is warranted satis
factory to its wenror in -vriy wnv,
or tho money will bo refunded 1V
the person from whom itv-aslouglit,.
Thoi-inlYCOTsMiii-'mmm"''! bY r U-mlliif I l-vMelnnH
tint lnjurla't.i tlx- .., t,.e.t..rlby la
f""lcomf.mal.le w.il I' Tlw I Mtn.g l " '
milltt rRIf'F.Kfcr Mull, lntiie I'uMi
Health PreM-rvlng. I.M. HcIC Aili..lii.t. i
Ahdomlaal (extra iu r .. Kur.ln. H.&
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F.irutle by li-aillim H;-l.ll m-alem err where.
CHICAGO COJISK'C .. t hlmo, lit.
Is a preparation of TrotoxUle of Iron, rertivlaU
Itark anil the Phosphates, associated with tlio
Vegetable Aromallcs. Kiulorsi'il Iiy the Medical
Profession, ami recommended by lliem for lya
itepalu. Jncrol IM-Mllt y. Criunlp !!
rttaes. Want of Vitnllty, Sel lout I'roa
(ration, 'oiH'aleacn' from fcrl
and 4 lirnnltit ItllU and ITr. Ileervei
every purpose where a Tumo Is necessary.
Hannfactared by The Dr. Hurler Medicine Co., St Louis.
Th following Is one of the very many testlmo
Dials we are receiving dally:
flilifiw Home three months ago I began tba
use of Uu. Hahteh'h 1hin Tonic, upon the ad
vice of many filendBWho knew lis virtues. I was
suffering from general debility to such an extcut
that my labor waseaceedlngly burdensome to tue.
A vacation of a month did not give me much re
lief, hut on the contrary, was followed by In
creased prostration and sinking chills. At this
time 1 began the use of your Ihon Tonic, from
which 1 renliied almost Iniiiii'dlHte anil wonderful
results. The old energy returned and I found Ilia
my natural force was not permanently abated. J
have used three bottles of (he TONIC Since using
ill hsve done twice the labor that 1 ever did In tlitt
same time during my Illness, and with double the
ease. With the tranquil nerve and vlgorol body,
Las come also a clearness of thought never before
euloyed. If the Tunic lias not Honu the work, I
know not what. I give It the credit.
Most grateful I v yours,
J. F. WATSON,
W. r T- IIITO ,.,. .r . 'Iirl.tlrt,, fv.ti-
"Sale by Druggists and General Dealers Everywhere
Thai ternhli! KCouruiic lever suil nunc, anil Us
congener, bilious rcmitl.-nt, bc-ldus affeclionH of
the mouarn, liver and h'wols, produced by . las
matte air and water, arc both eradicated and pre
vented by the use of HonUitter's Ntom ich Hitters,
a purely vei'etahlc elixir, indoincil by physicians,
sud more exiensivciy ni"til as a remedy for the
above cla-s of disorders, as well as for many others
than any medicine of the nge.
Kor sale bv all l)ruirist and dealers generally.
ufl Kcurt Utf
kma lix rit'ito- to turiii it tlit nM of tho liloon. HLIn Hud
Hmv. Nrvu l bltlly ImtuUnr. Ortfmilii
Wcabnowi, 4auntirrLWiti pit lift U mxi Mirurla
AtftwiluiiB iHt'tititr irfttU'n uo futtbo inuci,-l'-iit
llh ! Aiid ur rfiinMii-. I ll r ril lut l.lal of wc
lsu Ui U; iiwi-rrd hf th(Mr1fBirlti( trfH(tiirul v uuil.
(rorMMaatiftW-riuic Inroi HuitutY htrtild -t-ftd llirlr itditrraki,
uid Ivfcra MiMrllilni to llirlr ftdtKnlncf. It U ntil true, J
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IMraHlwSar l .laf SMoaiiMtKr wk Ui. rani.hlM ilrarrl.
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Ma ji. ntvoriuf pn-w-ntiiion m una oi urn
i bioatuolvd and sucvsful specisllsts In Uih y, h.
(now reiird i for the cure of Xrrroum UrhllHv,
, gjjmt Mvhomd. H'w''ani and Uvtmy. hunt
Clllus.-eli,elojJ . Drugglswi.au fill lU
AtklrtM DR. WARLTwU' Uvltltna. Mo.
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JJ-UU I 13
A Serpeut's S'jueoze.
righting for Life In a Caps.
In tlio smiuiiMr of IHHi) 1 got iv misty
Hqtit'i'zu fmiii a hi python in tliiiJurilin
Zi)()looiiiio of Antwerp, wliidi laid mo
lip fur several days, I - hud oliservtnl
this Kiutkn, II feini'ilci aliont foui ltH'ii feet
loiio-, in ono of tho tloiiH, iiiul from tho
wliiiu t'llloroswtiieo about her lijw, know
tlmt slm was Hufferino; from ciines of tho
j;iv witli uleertititm of tho mucous
nienihrnno, so fatal to Kiiakt'H in con
liniMnent; und Imviiio; pointed this out
to f.J. Vokcinann, tlio resident director,
1 obtained hi permission to niako trial
of an oinlniPiit wliich I believed I had
found Hlieacious In the early stago of
tin disi'usa union r my own snakes.
I caino on tho followino; niornino;,
armed with my ointment; but tho lady
had he-taken herself into a crevice of tho
rocks, where, ono could scarcely catch
sio-ht of her, much less get at her.
There were other pythons in tlio cage,
soino of llicin nearly twenty feet long,
some in it more t ban live or six ; but though
they projector their honds and commenc
ed to hiss, they did not nttompt to at
tack; and tho keeper, tin intelligent
man who ppoke French, said I hey would
not come nt us if wo did not touch
them. A little one jumped harmlessly
at my leg its I stopped over him. For
three days tlio pythoness remained in
her rooky, or rather plastor'y, retreat;
but on tho fourth I caught sight of her
at the very top of tho cage, and at onco
climbed up and brought her down. Tho
poor thing's liiiiulli was in a worse state
than I had anticipated, She came down
iiiietly enough, and though nervous,
was not spiteful, and allowed mo to
Now, as ill-luck would have it, tho
regular keeper was absent on this par
ticular morning,' and his place was till
eil for tho time by another from some
other part of the gardens, who spoke
nothing but Flemish, of which tongue I
nm as profoundly ignorant as he most
certainly was of the creatures under his
temporary charge. I went into the den
with hhu, taking it for granted, of
course, that ho was accustomed to
snakes, and gave him the box of oint
ment to hold until 1 was ready to use
When I had brought tho pythoness
fairlv down fo the floor, I gripped her
hanf by the neck, which had tho effect
as I intended it to have, and as it al
ways has with snakes of making her
open her mouth. I pressed her head
away from me at the same time, to pre
vent her catching hold of any part of
my clothing, iu her efforts to bite. In
her fright and rage, sho drew her body
up across my back, and twiVted her tail
round and round my other arm. All
that I now required of tho keeper was,
by teasing or pinching her here and
there, or by unwinding the tail when
necessary, to cause her to shift her coils
constantly, and prevent her resting long
enough oil one spot to apply unduo pres
sure. My face I could protect for my
self with tiio left hand. This I con
cluded lie understood, as a matter of
I turned round to make a sign to him
to bo ready and to give mo tho oint
ment, when, judge of my dismay I
caught sight of his stolid face, with a
sort of dull, impart ial interest on it, look
ing ut mo through the glass in front
and the door closed on tho outside! llo
had got frightened by the noiso of tho
other pythons, and had quietly gone
I was about to make an impatient
gesture, when in the same instant tho
serpent 'tightened on mo so surlitcnly
and violently that I momentarily lost
consciousness. I then found myself
staggering about tho den, fighting for
life. I expected to feel my ribs give way
every moment, yet my chief fear at tho
same time was of falling through tho
I pushed the reptile's head away from
mu with all my might, lest it should
cross my breast, and 1 can remember
catching sight of myself, a mulberry
colored figure, in the mirror. I knew,
too, that 1 whs trampling about over tho
other pythons, who, furious at tho dis
turbance, were now darling about the
den above and all around me in every
direction; and I exerted every energy
lo keep my feet, for I had presence of
mind enough left to know that if I went
down it would bo all over with me.
Tho heat was stilling. I could bear
it no longer. Tho cage spun jnadly
round and round before my eyes, and
every thing seemed to flume and roar.
I. let go the head. The snako twisted
sharply back over, my right shoulder
(dose to my face, but did not bito me,
and slid oil on to the ground. I just
recollect falling against tho door with
outstretched hands, but nothing more
until I found myself sitting on tho steps
outside, coughing violently, while the.
phlegmatic keeper was putting a hot
key down my back, for some occult rea
son. I brought up a little blood, and
drank a little brandy, after which I
soon got better; but I was not well
enough to walk home, and the bruise in
my side did not fade for many a day. I
suppose the whole affair did not last
more than a few seconds, but I found it
quito long enough. Fortunately the
snake had 'only a small part of her body
across my left side and back; had she
encircled mo with a whole coil I should
have been crushed like an egg-shell.
Curiously enough, my left arm was
quite paralyzed, and I did not fully re
cover tho use of it for a week. t did
not know it at the time, but she must
have pressed her tail under my armpit,
and so compressed the nvrves. Tho ac
cident was one of .the stupidest and
most preventable in the world, and was
entirely owing to my taking tho wrong
man into tho cage lo assist me. I may
add that I went in some days later with
the proper keeper, and performed tho
operation, not only without danger, put
without the least ilillicully.
The police department of San Fran
cisco Ims inaugurated a crus.nl agninst
a class of men whoso existence is scarce
ly known otitsido of their own stratum
of society. They are known as "lovers,"
and are the men who live off the earn
ings of women of the town. San Fran
cisco magistrates are lining them heavi
ly in the eliurl to make them either go
to work, or quit the city. Their mis
tresses usually pay tho fine.
At the marriatre of a colored conplo
nt Pii-unswiek. (ia,, the other day, tho
brido was asked "to love, honor, obey,
etc., the man whom sho held by tho
right hand." Sho -quickly replied, "I
will just as long us ho treats mo right,
aiid den after dtit I'll quit 'im."
T nu.tTrrivrirua T.flfs. on rtu nunnnt
msko fair skin, rosy choeks, ami sparkling
eyes with all the cosmetics of France or
. .... (. 11 lf, !
beautillers oi tno worm, wmio in poor
health and nothing will give you such rich
blood, good health, strength and beinity as
Hop Hitters. A trial is certain proof.
A Torpoilo Launch.
There aro many interesting phases of
life at Newport (writes u correspond
ent) upon which ono may hopo to find
time to touch, but tho divcrsilied "liap-"
pening things" 'of this week rightly
claim present attention. Monday dawn
ing clear and bright after a hot Sunday,
showed the New York yacht squadron
in tho harbor, and promised a most in
teresting exhibition iu tho afternoon at
tho torpedo station, to which Captain
Selfridgo (an old Iloston boy) had bid
den a number of his friends, including,
besides a largo delegation from tho
aforesaid yachts, Chief Justice Waito
and Mr. Justice I.latchford, of tho su
premo court, cx-Gov. Morgan, and a
nunvber of others. After a salute of
seventeen torpedoes had been success
fully fired, wo had an opportunity of
witnessing tho most wonderful perform
ances of tho torpedo launch invented by
Lieut. McLean, U. S. N., of which it
seems to mo that far too little notico
has thus far been taken. Suppose wo
wish to attack a certain port, and tlio
entrance to its harbor is thickly sown
with the most deadly of modern fixed
torpedoes. Naturally we wish todoslroy
thoso torpedoes, or at least break ail
tho connections with them. Well, along
side a vessel a milo away from tho ob
jective point lies a harmless-looking 1 it
tlo launch without a soul on board; and
on tho deck of said vessel stand two na
val officers, ono of them with his fingers
on tho keys of just such a little box as
the lato Jim Fisk tisod to call the heads
of tho departments of tho Erie railway,
"(lo ahead," says tho officer, looking
through his glass. His comrade de
presses tho index finger, and the launch
starts straight to its destination. "Star
board a little'." Down goes his forefin
ger. "Starboard it is," and, like a
thing of life, tlio boat turns. "Steady!
l'ort a little!" and again it obeys. This
is not the Alaska, but it is making good
time, and coining up to tho line of tor
pedoes. Of course tho enemy js firing
at it, but it is a small object, and there
are no lives to risk. "Stop her. Let
go!" The finger is again on the button,
and then there is ono more command.
"Fire!" There is a tremendous explo
sion, a volume of water rises into tho
air and tho road is open, and tho ad
miral can make the signal for tho ad
vance. Something like this happened
on Monday, on a reduced scale. There
was no enemy to speak of, and every
body was so friendly that none could bo
improvised, but I do not see why this
wonderful launch should not do in real
war just as well as it did at float Island.
Where the necromancy comes in is tho
handling of all tho machinery by a sin
A lady living near Toronto becamo
very sick. The doctor ordered a dose
of brandy. The husband started for
the city to get it, but thinking that tho
priest who lived near might havu.somo
brandy, ho went, to tho priest's house
and secured bis llmk. Afterwards he
gave the priest money to replaco the
borrowed liquor. The priest was fined
$75 for selling liquor without a license.
Justice is mighty and must prevail iu
Free of Charge.
All persons suffering from Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, lii onchitis, Less of Voice, or an uf-
tection ol i he Throiit und Lungs, are re
quested to call at Harry W. Schuh's drug
store and g t a trial bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery tor Consumption, tree of
charge, which will convince them of its
wonderful merits and show what a regular
doUur-size bottle vill do. Call early. (;!)
A Cute Trick.
Orpheus with his lute mado trees and
other objects dance at his pleasure, and
a similar method of overcoming mate
rial difficulties seems to prevail in lodg
ing houses in ineenstown. The diffi
culty of being iu two places at once,
liko a bird, has been remarked on by an
Irish metaphysician. Some other think
ers of tho same race have been no less
struck with the inability of two bodies
to occupy the same space at 'the same
moment. At (iueenstown, whence emi
grants start, tho placo which many
bodies desire to occupy at the same given
moment is a bed in a lodging-house.
The difficulty has been overcome with
singular ingenuity. In a report on over
crowding of emigrants, published by tho
board of trade, the method of creating a
vacuum in bed is explained. As soon as
the rooms in a lodging-house are full,
and in that hour when sleep is sweetest
to men, a fiddler is introduced. Tho
lads (and, wo presume, lasses) at once
wako up and gallantly "take tho flure,"
while a new set of emigrants jump into
the vacated beds and sleep till tho rev
ellers aro danced down. Then tho new
tenants of tho bed aro evicted, and they
..fflL-n ttm line,,1' in lltnli tlien lli., nMti.
pany thus alternately sleeping and danc
ing. This plan necessarily causes over
crowding, and would probably prevent
thoMiorvous from sleeping, and has oth
er patent inconveniences.' Hut there is
something festal about the method after
all.-London Ihtily News,
Ask your physician and ho will tell you
tlmt Kuril u isoneof the best, surest and
safest remedies for aiding, strengthening
und cleansing tho kidneys. It is one of
tho ingredients of Hops and Malt Kittcrs.
Th K only scientific Iron Modicino that
does not produce headache, &c, but gives
to the system all the benefits of iron with
out its bad effects, is Krown's Iron Hitters
Allen's Krain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of gVierutive organs. 1. 5 for $!. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cain by Barclay Bros
It does not cure every thing I hut kidney
troubles ami many other complaints to
which flesh is heir yield gracefully to tho
life-giving properties constituting Hops
and Malt Bitters. Pcoplo who havo be
come discouraged should resort to this new
Chill and Fever.
Simmons Liver Rogti
I ul or soon breaks tie
rlulls and carries the
fever out nt tbe system.
1) cure when all other
f ,r tlio relief and cure
of this distressing dis
ease use Hlmmons Liv
Tlio Regulator will poslllvvly euro this twrlble
disease. W'o assert emphatically what wo know to
should not bu regarded as a trilllug ailment. Na
ture ilemiinds tho utmost regularity of tho bowels.
Therefore aa)t nature by taking Simmons Liver
Uegulator. It Is harmless, mild uud effectual.
Ono or two lalilespoonfiils will relieve all tho
troubles incident to a bilious statu, such as Nausea
Diy..lm ss, Drowsiness, Distress alter eating, a bit
ter had taslu lu the mouth.
Persons tuny avoid all attacks by occasionally
Inking, a dose of Simmons Liver Regulator to.keep
the liver lu healthy action.
Generally arising from a disordered stomach, can
he corrected by tali iug Mhnmous Liver Kegulator.
Slmmoni Liver Kegnlat rsoon eradicates this dis
ease from tho system, leaving the ekiu clear aud
tree l'roin all impurities.
Children sulTcring with colic soon experience re
licl'nheu Simmons Liver Regulator Is administer
ed. Adults also derive great beueflt from this
medicine. It Is not unpleasant; it is huruiless
and ell'ectlvo. 1'urely vegctahla.
I J LA U DE 1 i &, KIDN E Y S
Most of ihi) diseases ol the bladder originate from
those ol the kidneys. Restore the action of the
liver fully and both tho kidneys and bladder will
terTaliO only the genuine, which always has on
tiie wmpper the red Z trade mark and signature ol
l'orsalo by all druggists.
HOPS I MALT
AND BLOOD PURIFIER.
This new Remedy is compounded
from the best known curatives, such aa
Ho-js, Malt Extract, Cascara Sagrada
(Sacred Bark), Buchu, Dandelion and
Sarsapar:lla, combined with an agree
ublo Aromatic blixir.
These Remedies act upon the Liver.
They act upon the Kidneys.
They Regulate the Bowels.
They Quiet the Nervous System.
They Promote Digestion.
They Nourish, Strengthen, Invigorate.
They give Tone, Health and Energy.
HOPS AND MALT BITTERS
are the ORIGINAL and ONLY BIT
TERS containing Malt Extract.
Ask your Druggist (or them, and be sure
that the label has on it the (our words
HOPS AND MALT BITTERS
in large red letters.
l'3TTake no other.J
At Wholesale and Retail by all dealers.
ROCHESTER MEDICIXE CO.,
Rorheiter, If. 1.
Jndiaii Blood Syrup.
tH bvspennia, Mvor Ills
I'V" eases. Kcvor nml A1011.
Heart IMsr-Hse, Billons
ncss, nervous lability
TIIK 11KST UKMKDY KNOWN TO MAN!
iwelve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1870!
This Svrup possesses varied properties: It stim
ulates tho ptyalinc In tho saliva, which converts
the slurch and sugar of tho food Into glucose. A
deficiency in ptyaliue causes wind and souring ol
ho food in the stomach. If the medlcln. a .aon
inmeillately after eating, the fermentation ol hied
It nets upon the Liver,!
It acts upon the Kidneys,
It Krgubites the Kowels,
It Purifies the iUood.
It Quiets the Nervous System,
It Promotes Digestion,
It Nourishes, Strengthens mid InvlKoratcs,
It Carries on" the Old IUood ami makes New,
It Obrns tho rotes ol the Skin and Induces
It tientriili.es tho hereditary taint, or poison in
the blood, which generates Scrofula, Krvslpelas,
and all manner of Hkln Diseases and Internal hu
mors. There aro no spirits employed In its manufacture
and it can hu taken by the most delicate nabo.or by
the ngod and feeble, euro only bulag required In at
tenth n to directions.
Oalva, Henry County, Ills.
1 wassiifrerlng from Sick Ileadachoand Dlr.l
ness sothut I could not attend to my household du
ties, and a short trial of Dr. Clark Johnson's Indi
an Wood Syrup cfl'cctunllv cured mo.
.MK8 HELEN ELKIN8.
Waterman Station, PeKalb Co., Ills.
This is to certify that Dr Clark Johnson's Indian
IUood Svrup has cured mo of Pain in the Hack. It
Is a valuable medicine. MKS WOOD.
Centre Hill, Whlto Co., Ark.
This Is to certify that I was aflllcted with Palpi
tation of tho Heart for many years I trlud differ
ent doctors, whoso prescriptions tended more to
weaken mo than they did to strengthen, I at last
res Iveil to try Dr. Clark Johnson s Indian Hlood
Syrup, which proved lo ho a positive euro not on
ly curing the Heart Disease, but also a Sick Head
ach which had been troubling me.
MllH MAUY A. NKAL.
I was allllcted with Liver Complaint and Dyspon
sla and failed to get relief, although using medi
cines from our best doctors. I comineucod using
Dr. Johnson's Indian lllood Nvrnp, and ashort trial
cured mo. T. W. KlSlNU. Mollnti, III.
Thlsrertllles that Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian
lllood Syrup has ell'ectually cured mu of Dyspepsia.
Too much can nut ho said in pratso of it.
W. E. W1MMEK, Bedford, Mo.
Agents wanted for tho salo of tho Indian lllood
Syrnp in every lown or village, in which I bavo no
gent. Particulars given ou application
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