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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 22, 1882.
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t Ji ACyxArs. V'"-'' ' Tk,t"$ '
PURE CREAM TARTAR.
If alum or any inJurioiiBsubauuiouiscuu bo found
In Andrews' Pearl Bakirta Powder. Is !
tlvely PURE. HeinK endorsed, ami testimonial
rocidvedTroin such chemist as 8. Dana Hays, Hus
ton; M. IVlafontaine, of Chicago; and (justavus
Bode, Milwaukee. Never sulci In milk.
C. E. ANDREWS A CO.
5 Michigan Ay. 237. atf it m E. Water
Every Corset 1b warranted autia
factorytoitg wearer iimvery May,
or tho money will bo rxiundod l.y
the person from whom it waa bought.
Tli.nnlvOinu'tpronouiwd h our It-.-i.-Hnir MMnin
not Injurious ti the wearer, hii.1 cnikuwU liy I.kIim an
the " mint comfuriable tint p rf.-ct linii K l'uint-1 tver
uiiule. ' '
IRItEK,by Mill, P..1iur PaM I
Health PniwrvliiK. !.&. Hvir-Adlii-dnc. ' r-
Abdominal (extra kcy) J.OO. NhmIii.
Health Prritervliiv (flu rulll .'.(. J'armion
Ferule lr leading Itclall Jeulcr ei cry where.
CHICAGO CtJWi:X CO.. Chicago, III.
A eahle road is to bo employed in
drawinr cars over tho New York Brook
The Full trado of New York com
menced more than a fortnight earlier
than last year.
Since those whom the cods love die
youn;r, P:k thinks that the gods can
not love Spring chickens.
The present population of Russia is
145,(MK,imw, having increased rapidly
since 1870, when it was about 85,600,000.
Mark Twain remarks that all wo need
to possess the finest navy in the world
is ships for we have plenty of water.
It will require several years yet to
complete tho Washington monument.
Tho entire cost is estimated tit $.'3,000,
000. It is proposed to erect an equestrian
statue of General Harrison, tho hero of
Tippecanoe, at one of the gales of Cir
cle Park, Indianapolis.
Turkish wheat, which was introduced
into Kansas two years ago, is in great
demand for milling at Minneapolis,
whither shipments aro being made.
For tho first time in its history no
liquor is sold in Louisville, tho old cap
ital of Georgia, or in tho county of Jeff
erson. a veteran oi Waterloo, who was one
of the partv that fired over the crave of
Sir John Moore, has just died a pauper
in a L,ondoii workhouse.
There are at present .09,000 l'ennsvl
vanians living in Kansas, 107,000 Suck
ers. 77,000 lloosiers, and M.0OU Buck,
An English authority on pood man
ners pays: ''It .is inadmissible to speak
of lunch a person of any pretensions
to good breeding would call it lunch
con." It is slated that Levy, the cornetist,
Sets more salary than an editor, lie
oes, and it isn't fair. We know lots
of editors who are bigger blowers than
Levy. Lynn Uce.
Lady Ilabberton'g now celebrated di
vided skirt, introduced into London last
season, is worn in the English mountain
regions by the most fearless lady climb
ers. An obituary notice in a Mormon pa
per in Salt Lake city closes touchingly:
"He It-aveB nine 'widows and thirty
eight children to mourn bis irreparable
. A philosopher says: "The man who
laughs is tho sympathetic man." It is
astonishing how many sympathizers a
man has wbeu ho eils down and hurts
Josh Hillings' two springs in tho
Uq Mountains are in excellent con
dition, and over the cup of the one near
Lmorald Tool is tho legend, "Tnk a
drink, mi friend, but don't tak the cup.
Yurs, without a struggle, Josh Hillings.''
The spring water sold in BoMon is
from lililo mineral springs In tho stili
urbs. Many litile establishments have
sprang up in lioMt.rt for its sale. The
water is lirst aerated and theti sold Ht 2
cents a glass.
Tho Church of England is said to re-
m.tvi, r..nta ft-nr ..,...., . 1 I, i
.,v.. hum a puuuc Houses
mail any orcwer s linn in the roimtr.
wn Hits premises o tho Archbishop of
Canterbury himself is a nubile i ,ia
whoso revenues fn.nu tho bale of lh.uor
BIO H'7 O J Kill .
Tho Hritish Museum han ncoulwd in
volumes of Oriental manuscripts datin"
from 'J to 10t:). They cont $
Arablo coinnieutarien on the Hihle
written by Karaite Jews; of Karaite and
lUbbinio liturgiof d hymns, and of
Ttnvui poiemiu weatuen.
Tho Hon. Tronor W. Tark, of North
Bennington, Vt, has bought a mansion
and extensivo grounds in that town
which ho proposes to convert into a
home for ileslituto children and infirm
women. Ho will endow tho institution
with half a million dollars. The Boston
llcrutd says that this act will do much
to soften some of tho hnrd things which
have been said about Mr. Park in the
past In connection with politics and
Philadelphia mothers now tell their
youngsters that if they are right good
little boys until tho bi-centcnnial cele
bration this fall, they will take thsm
down to tho river bank nnd let them
piny With tho United States Navy.
A sarcastic question may sometimes
do duty for tho severest of replies. "I
never consider ft dinner porfect w ithout
soup," said ono man to another; "I al
ways have soup when I dine." "And
do you ever have any tiling else?" asked
"Cain bottomed chairs!" repented the
countryman, st inlying tho upholsterer's
sign. "Cain bottomed chairs, did he?
I want to know! Can't hardly believe
it, but then these ere city chaps know.
Won't our dominie bo took back, though,
when I tell Mm."
He Smoked. Hill Snort, a Texas
journalist, was about to get into a car
on the Central railway, when tho con
ductor, thinking (ho 'passenger might
prefer tho smoking car, asked: "Do
you smoko?" "Don't care if I do,"
reaching out for tho expected cigar.
"As for Mrs. So-and-so." remarks
one of the guests in a salon where they
are passing their friends under review,
"her worst fault is that she is bored
wherever she goes." "Her lack of self
ishness is a still greater defect," says
another, "for sho insists iu not being
the only bored person in the company."
A Chicago mau camo home very ear
ly the other evening, kicked his wife
and children into tho street, locked the
door, and then went to bed. His wife
made no complaint, but went to a rela
tive's house, and with beaming face ex
claimed: "Thank fortune, I know
where my husband is this night, any
way." Lady Visitor "Your boy looks very
bad, Mrs. Jones; what's tho matter?'-'
Mrs. Jones "Yesr ma'am, he bo very
bad; an' what's more, tho doctor has
made him worse. I'm suro we poor
people need to pray with all our hearts,
'From all false docterin, good Lord, de
liver us.' I never saw its meaning be
fore." A certain married man got up out of
his bed one night and took a new red
coverlet and lay down upon it on tho
lloor. In tho morning when he got up
his wife gave a yell of fright, for on tho
day before sho had been reading of the
tattooed man, and for a moment sho
thought ho had broken into her cham
ber. That new red coverlet is now for
sale at a second hand store.
Chance for a Stake. They were bury
ing a man who had died in Southern
Indiana, when a tramp leaned over tho
fence and inquired, "Wvn ho M(u;s
mnni1" "No." "Orator?" "No."
"Great inventor, or anything of that
sort?" "No; ho was simply an honest
man." "Oh, that's it, eh? Why don't
his widder take the body over to Chica
go and put it on exhibition, and niako a
An Augusta man, who has been en
joying a few weeks' leisure at Heed's
Neck, Hoothbay, recontly donned his
rubber boots, swung a pail over his
shoulder on a hoe, and started out at
high tide to dig clams. Not meeting
with good success, he approached a set
tler's cabin, and inquired where ho
could find the juicy bivalves. The
squatter eyed him keenly for a moment.
aim men rciiiareo: "lining muii, i
don't know much about city customs,
but if you want to dig claim in a flood
tide you'll have to leave these parts to
A Kockland woman has made a quilt
containing 3, (Jl8 pieces. It is unneces
sary to say that this Kockland woman
is nigh on to a hundred, never wore
glasses, milks all the cows on the farm
and makes all the butter, besides doing
lmr housework, helping in the hay-field,
going to market every other day, and
getting through a thousand and one
other duties in the course of twenty-four
hours. It is unnecessary to merit ion
these trilling things. Of course this
Kockland woman is no exception to the
general rule in the innumerable race of
Satan on the Side of the British.
A major in the Turkish army, on be
ing told that the water supply of Alex
andria had been cut oh", fairly clapped
his bands .villi glee, saving, "Now wo
shall see tho English iroin awav like
whipped dogs." Hut a few minutes af
terward a man fold him that tho Eng
lish have condensers whereby fresh
water is made from sea-water by the
thousand gallons. "Oh!" ho cried,
with every aiinearanco of desoli 'ion.
it is no u M-! Satan himself is on their
side. There is no hope for us in trying
to light men who can drink from the
eta and live."
A Queer Name for a. Town.
Hangtown is a railroad station in
Washington territory, "1 durino jest
how we cum ter irit such a name, cos it
wor named afore we cum ter live vero,"
said a gloomy resident to a tourist; "but
Uiing ijo longer' n wo git a postoflico
an tho legislater meets.' e tins mr
older nor Hathdiim or State Line, but
we don't seem to grow a bit. People
won't settle here, suinhow, an' wo think
as how it's all on account o' tho namo.
They say as how six or sevcii thievin'
Cayuse Injuns wos strung up on that
ar tree in front o' my house. They
utolo a lot o' horses down ter Spokan,
au' wos cotehed hero. , Hut that'a no
good excuse for callin' us hangmen and
our place Hangtown, is it? Wo. tins air
thinkin' o' niovin' away from hero, cos
tho town is just as good as killed, an'
ull on uccouut ov its name."
Heforo tho dreadful ophthalmia ean
make havoc with the English troops in
Egypt it will have to overcome the re
sistance of blue spectacles, of which 25,.
000 pairs have been ordered by the
Government, at 6 oenU a pair. . t
"Golden Medical Discovery"
has been used with signal success in con
sumption of tho lungs, consumptive night
sweats, spitting of blood, shortness of
breath, weak lungs, coughs, Immchitis,
nnd kindred affections of throat and chest.
Sold by druggists.
What a Blind Pool Is.
A man well experienced in Wall street
ways, seasoned by misfortunes and
ripened by many successes, said, laugh
ingly, yesterday, referring to Gov. Cor
nell s deal in American District Tele
graph stock: "Hlind pool!' Why, that
was no sort of a blind pool. That was
nothing but a pet to catch gudgeons.
Do you know what a blind pool is?"
Tho reporter intimated rather broadly
that ho thought his education in that
lino was beginning, though it was by
uo means thorough.
"Well, I'll tell you what a blind pool
is," said tho veteran. "I was coming
from tho bank ono day, when you were
a boy, and I met Henry Keep. Ho took
oil' his hat and showed mo a bunch of
papers in it, and began turning them
over with his fingers to show mo what
they were. Thev were checks for vari
ous amounts, from $10,000 to $'JO,000,
signed by some of the best houses in
the street." ' v
" 'What's that?' said I.
'I don't know," said Keep. 'Somo
of the boys have made tip a pool for
something. Want to go in?"
"Hut what is it for? said I. 'What
aro they going to do?"
" 'I don't know,' said Keep. 'Want
to go in? I'll seo you in an hour or two.
Think about it.'
"And he went off. I thought about
it, and finally concluded I would chip
in a littlo, and when ho camo around I
gave him a check for $10,000. I didn't
hear anything moro about it for threo
months, and I did not ask any ques
tions. Then oue day he came iu and
brought me a check for f 10,000.
" 'What's this for?' said I.
" 'I don't know,' said Keep. 'It's to
your order, ain't it? I guess you'll get
That was all he would say. About a
week or so later he came in with anoth
er check for 10,000. 'Now, see here,'
said I, 'can't you tell me anything at
all about this? What was done, any
" 'I don't know,' said Keep, 'but I
guess you'll get tho money; the check
is all fight'
"And that is all I ever knew about it,
except that he brought me another
check for j'.'S.OOO. That was a blind
pool." Xcw Yurie Jk raid.
Making Stained Window-Glass.
In making stained glass-windows, the
coloring matter red, green, flesh color,
or whatever it may be is first stirred
with the glass in its molten state. When
it is rolled into sheets and cools it comes
out the brilliant hue desired. Next, im
agine an old-fashioned patchwork quilt,
where tho littlo blocks or leaves are cut
out by means of paper patterns and
sewed together to make the complete
figure. There you have the idea of the
stained-glass windows. Artists whoare
adepts make a largo designof the paint
ing wanted. Different small parts of it
mu iranslerred from this, and
board patterns made from these, like
the patch-work quilt The glass is cut
into tho shape desired with a diamond.
Then the piece are joined together into
the porfect whole. The edges are united
by means of solder and lead, where the
patchwork bits would bo sewed with a
needle. Thus, making a stained-glass
window is about as much mechanical
as artistic. Hare and lino work, such
as the human face and parts of the
human figure, are painted upon the
glass, requiring the touch of an artist.
Tin hu drutie, griping, sickening
pills are fast being superseded by Dr.
Pierce's "Turgative Pellets." Sold by
The Howe scales have all tho latest im
provements. It is true economy to buy
the best. Kotdeti, Selleck & Co., agents,
St. Louis, Mo.
A. M. Diiyi.k, of Columbus, Ga., say
that from exp riunco ho knows ".Sellers
Liver Pills'' to be the best in use.
A MKOictNK of real merit, prescribed by
many leading physicians, and universally
recommended by those who have used it
as a true tonicn is Hrown's Iron Hitters.
Do Not Ho Deceived.
In these times of quack medicine adver
tisements everywhere it is truly gratifying
to find ono remedy that is worthy of praise
and which really docs as recommended.
Electric Hitters wo can vouch for as being
a true and reliable remedy, and ono that
will do us recommended. They invariably
cure Stomach and Liver Complaints, Dis
eases of the Kidneys and Urinary ditli
cultics. We know whereof we speak, and
can readily say, give them a trial. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Hirry W. Schub. (U)
Fre of Charge.
All persons sulfering from Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, Hronchitis, Loss of Voice, or an af
fection ot tho Throat and Lungs, aro ro
quest! to cull at Harry W. Scbiih's drug
store and get a trial bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, freo of
charge, which will convince them of its
wonderful merits and show what a regular
dollar Bize bottle will do. (Jail early, (i)
Ask your physician and ho will tell you
that Huchu is one of the best, surest and
safest remedies for aiding, strengthening
and clesiiBing tho kidneys. It is one of
tho ingredients of Hops and Malt Hitters.
Tiik only scientific Iron Medicine that
does not produco headache, Ac, but gives
to tho system nil the benellts of iron with,
out its bad effects, is Hrown's Iron Hitters
Allen's Drain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all wonknew
of generative organs. . n for 5. All
druggists. Send fur circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 815 First Ave., N. Y. .Sold in
Caira by Barclay Bros
It does not euro every thing! but kidney
troubles and many other complaints to
which flesh is heir yield uracofully to the
life-giving properties constituting Hops
and Malt Dittors. , Pooplo who have be
come discouraged should resort to this new
Chills aud Fever.
Simmons Liver Roru
lator toon breaks tht)
dulls and carrlut tht
foyer out ol the uTitutn.
I) ourui whoa all other
Pr tho relief knd cure
of this dlHtrenainK dls
east) use Slmtnoua Liv
The KeculHlor will poHlltvly cure tills t'..tlhlo
dlHeaae. W e usm-rt emphatically what we know to
CON ST I PATTON !
should not he regarded ns a tritllug ailment. Na
ture demands the titnioal regularity of tho bowels,
Tlicrcloru aiis'xt nature by taking HimmoiiH Liver
Ki'uulutor. It la hunulcas, mild aud effectual,
One or two lalileionnfulH will relieve all the
troubles Incident to a bilious state, such as Nausea
Hi..lncBH, Druw hliicm, l)latrcii alter cutliiK, a bit
ter bud tuelu In the mouth.
I'ersous may avoid all Attacks by occasionally
t ak 1 n n a lioao of Simmons I.Ivor Keulutor to. keep
the liver In henltliy uctiuu.
UAUBIi 10 ATI I !
generally arising fr.im disordered stomach, can
lie corrected by taking Slinmuus Liver Regulator.
i Hlmmons Liver KeKUlat rsoon eradicates this dis
ease from the lutein, leaving tut) (km clear and
free from ull Impurities.
Children sufl'erlnii with colic soon experience re
lief when Simmons Liver Kettulntor is administer
ed. Adults also derive LTeat benefit from this
medicine. It Ig not uupleaiaut; It is buruilcis
aud ell'ectlve. Purely vetfetablu.
JJLAUUEll & KIDNEYS
Moat of the diaeaaenot the bladder orlglnutefroin
tlinnc ol the kidneys. Hextore the actiou of the
liver fully aud both the kidueys and bladder will
f'Take only the genuine, which always has on
iUeriiier the red l trade mark aud Htxnaturu ol
J. 1 1. Z 101 LIN & CO.,
For rule by all druuvists.
Tin: m:y remedy.
HOPS H MALT
AND BLOOD PURIFIER.
This new Remedy la compounded
from the best known curatives, such as
Hops, Malt Extract. Cascara Sagrada
(Sacred Bark), buchu, Dandelion and
Sarsaparilla, combined with an agree
able Aromatic Llixir.
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 I'mi-' for them, and be sura
that the label has on it the four words
HOPS AND MALT BITTERS
in large red letters.
t"?TTake no cther.j
At Wholesale and Retail by all dealers.
KOCII ESTER NEDICIXE CO.,
Rothftlcr, X. T.
Indian Blood Syrup.
DvRpepsla. Liver Ids
esses. JVvcrsnd Axue
llvart Disease, Killnits
Mean, Nervous Debility
TIIK HKHT KKMKDV KNOWN' TO MAN 1
i welve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1870!
This Svntp poMeimcs varied properties:
'" win iiiyaiinn in ine m lva.
inn iiarcn ana siiRar or tlie rood IntQ glucose. A
deficiency in ptyalliie cbukbh wind andsouriug of
the food Iu the stomach. If the meillcl
if the medicine jt utaan
lininediately oflur cstiiiK. the fermentation ol hied
It n ts upon the Liver,)
It arts iiMii) the Kidneys,
It Regulate the Bowels,
It 1'urllleH the Mood.
It Quiets the Nervous System,
It Promote Dlgpntloii,
It Nourishes, Strengthens anil Invigorates,
It Curries oil' the Old Hlood nml makes New.
It opens the Pores el the Hkln anil Induces
II iioiitriill.i'H tho hereditary taint, or poison in
tin) blond, which generates hcrofula, Krvslpelas,
and all manner of Kklu Diseases and Internal hu
mors. There are no npirlts employed In its manufacture
nud It can bu taken by the moet dullcato babe, or by
the aged and feeble, euro only hulug required In at
leutli n to directions.
Oslva, Henry County, Ills.
I was suffering from Kick Headache, and Dlr.isl
nexa solunt I could not attend lomy household du
ties, and a nliort trial of Dr. Clark Jolinsou'a Indi
an Wood Syrup cllecluallv nired mu.
MHS. HULKS BLKINH.
Walernmn Hlalion, DuKalh Co., Ills.
This Is to certify that I)r Clark Johnson's Indian
Blood Hyrnp has cured me of 1'aln In the Hack. It
Is a valuable medicine, MHH WOOD,
Centre Illll, Whlto Co., Ark.
This li to cerlirv that I was afflicted with l'alpl
talliin of tliu Ilonrt for many years I trlud diner
em doctors, whose prescriptions tended more to
Weiikon mu limn they did to Mrenglhen. 1 ai. last
res Ived lo try Dr. Clark Johnoi?s Indian Blood
Kyiup, wlilrh proved to be a positive cure not on
ly curing thu Heart Dlxease, but also a Hick Head
ach w hlch had bceu troubling nm,
MliS MART A. NKAL.
I was afflicteil with Liver Complaint and Dyspnp
s a and failed to Rnt relief, alllionuh using medi
cines from our best doctors. 1 commmicod using
Dr. .lohiiDon s Indian lllood Kvrnp, and ashort trial
cured mo. t. SV. KltUNU, Mollne, III.
This willies lhat Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian
Plum! Hyrup hns effectually cured me of Dyspepsia,
'loo much cannot bn said In iiralso of It.
W. K. Wl.MMKK, llodford, Mo.
Auiints wanted for the sale of the Indian lllood
Hymn in every town or village, In which I have no
agent, Particular given ou application
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