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CAIRO BULLKTIN: SATUIIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 4 I88J.
1 (TRYING TO Hot DuOWkSjVs
PURE CREAM TARTAR.
If aluin ur liny itijiiriouBxtilistjuux'SCaii be fomiil
in AnrlrowV Ve.irlHnliiriuPowdor. is jkis
lively PURE, lidiiKoiHlorMil, and Uftimoiilitls
received (mm such chemists .S. Dana ilayn, llos.
bm; M. lK'liifiiiituiH, of t'hii'ftsu; and Ciu.ilwvus
Hode, Mllwunkco. Nc-wrsoM In bulk.
C. E. ANDREWS A CO.
Mieliwm A v. "i-7. & iMl K. Wuu-r
Evory CoHi't 1b vrait 1 hatit;
fiictnry to Us wearer in 'Vi y unv,
or tlio Money will be n'lmi ;! I l-v
tie person fr.im win -m it v, lib l n;--lit.
ThPnVv 'irift f.'vinntir. I bv nur lr.ul'n.' i l'li-l.ini
not Injurious to I Jn mainr. i.wt : i i . 1 1 : 1 v L.iIh
tlai " iiki comT'ti i;iln iu.'I ii' ini't llllii u I 'WMl ever
I'ltlCR. by M-ill. Po"w "'J'
llenltk rrcwrvliiu. tl.M. H. !f. At'Iii-lli'ir. 1 .Ml
Abdumlnul Intra heavy) '! . Aiir.liiir. I.&
llt-alth IVwrvliiic Hint until itf.oll. I'm hsuii
Sklri-illiru llnfl. ft. Ml.
Fitrsnlc lif Ivadmc l.fiMil II-mU-m t cry when .
CHH';0 t'OK.-l-'l' CO., l.louuu, 111.
Is s jir'prntitm of PnitnxMn of Iron, Peruvian
jlsrk ami Hit! I'hnnihate, BNSoel.-iU.-il with the
Vtyi'lnhlii Aroniioifit. Kinlium il d) t lie Mi-'lleul
Pnrilun, ami rcrimimciitlcil ly Ihcin fur llya
pcpalu. .n-ml lrMII(v, t'viiinle Ilia
rvii'i, Knl if Vltnllly Hrrtmii Pros
ration. liininlFM'riiii1 Ironi t'evrra
aud t'lirnnlo ll itml ret'. 1 1 serves
every piirjxjMj wlit'iu a ioMC In iica'ssary.
Kamfadarcil bj The Dr. Harlor McJicinc Co., SLlonij.
Tlif f"llowlnj In out of tlio vurj many Irstlmo
Uuls e sru iuccIvIhk ilallj :
CoiVmh; Snni tlirt'O timntln igo I brpm tllfl
tite of Int. lUurnt'M Inns Tumc. upon tin- ml.
Vice of tunny frit-n its who kmw Im vlrlui'i. 1 was
suirtrtng fi'um ri'tunil ili l'illiy ti kui-Ii sn rxletit
tint my Isimr wascxi'iMMiiiiKlv bunit'iianuic tome.
A cntlon of inonili Ull imt ih-c me much ro
Ilcf, hul on the conlnry, wnt fullnvvta hy ln
crmcil prtistnttlnii ami niikln? rhllU. At this
time I bi:in tlieuo if )oitr Ikon Titic, fnnu
w tilrli I ri'nllzvl ulniit liTiim-dlato anil wnmliTlul
roulls. 'i l l-oil rii'Ti;r ri liiriwl anil I fuinul lliut
my uatnnil fnrce not pprniancnlly nhitled. 1
liave uvil thn-e Ixittlex.f (he Tonic. Since UBlnn
ll I Imve dune l l tli" luhor thiil I cvci dlil In the
Same time ilurlnx my IIIiivm, anil llh ilouhlu tha
case. With tliu lrnnii!ll iii-rvi- anil tlirorofhndy,
liascotus alto a cli urni KS of tlinuulit lirvvr bi fure
njoyed. I r Hie Tunic lias nut none Uiewuik,!
kuow not what. ) clvo It the irvillt.
iluot g rtiUjruMou
Troy, O., Jan. S, 1B78. ' i'asturtUrii'tlka Church
S.le by DrugRHtJ and Gsnoril Dsalvi Every whert
FOR THE PERMANENT CURE C?
s.f .iWM.aa tmmn nrAVftlAnt In th flOUIl
ti7MConllpaUon d no rwnocly Km tvvr
quAllwl the tvlobratod Kilnny-Wort M ft
oui-. YTbAUivtr thft wu-o, however obUn-U)
Ux ium, thin remedy will ovoroomo it.
L. EU m sMl.in I si vir anfe trt bn
I . ... n.. ......iJ nMUfMssnrl nlltnklV
ounifl ftU kind of Vim ovon whtn phy.oiiui
na inrajraiio vw ui-....w .-..s-.
IXI yOU aUTvvlUlurui hut ynmuM
- a a A SSI aTaHlkMBMaaBBaBaM
PROF. MARSTON'S NEW WORK
tnA irfjutlnt hhn.flf with th mtn.T flUl
it.frcin i furih rruafliui tlic tartoui
rut lbltlir. MchI liHHjr ud tiu-r
krpifi it n,iMi(itt lit i at ii tiiiHrifU'w oi
Inn rnmjrtii tliyiciait hi la oi'l IbM
'dlM-uct lifi- tu1v Uluiii-fttM ulili ool.
t.t-i it I hi- M khH'AL U kKKI.Y iTl,
" r.tr; ouo win rni ir iu Mritiai. u
til VtV 'tf lit ttlHll tl MliftlllUfl i OUJiJ
glaltsitn II KM! llV(0.,tllsuHuM Kt RsfiTotk. .
i win ik irin if vt tm i;iirRUWD w IB
A fnvurllK pri'Krrlptlnn of one of tha
tll'Mt IIOtlKl ttlill ll' ( M.Klill Mi'l'IHMl In III" V. H.
I now ri'liri-rt Inr lli- iutM nf ftrbUlfv,
, .fniln(l, llllrlr Hlnl Dmiu. Hint
Ui iilalnm ... . iivi'loM',Tr. iirilKliHilmau (111 Iu
Addreit DR. WARD A CO., Leuliian. Me
a J au4 fluiff ih
iii. nw iu iiiiilim -ii.. i 11, III.mxI, Mkln anil
h..-.NvrvHa In lil III j, litiMH4 ), lmiiiil
VtakmM, liMiinrrhii'a, K) tilillliln ml Mrnm-lui
AfftftlwM aiH-i'lMll tral4 m ki-lniiihti prni'i'i.ai,
iu, (( m4 mrv triniMtiif. I ll of Krll hil Ul ,if Uu
tliifit I Imi ftiiprr'l liv IIhimi it,nlii ti'Ttum-ul li, mall.
(riHMll'riii Intm ll,liin ,11X114 mil Ihrlr MlilrM,
US Iran llill In Ikrlf vtoiilam ll I. Km (raw.
ASitrMa, IMt. HI T l, It K. Mil, l, w. Uuls Ma
Ml aHLlNlU.IHIVni 1 11 1 1( I V VKAUK.
UADDIQ Drtirnv on ar iitiia.
ilHiinw nimiut bU.i mimmiLbl
I T U.al.u ,S Nub i-'. d
I . A
I1M III yi ti t, ttrbu kuftrr
lru Nhini and Hnlral Ualrfl.
lihrtr Kiaiir dwinijp niwiiwi,
nr. hrmtiurt I. iiiiu.uua a,.a
Ta aVwSy pnl IS lM. a. i u.illi,! , (,i,IUi. St,
a.1 (rkmilli UaSml sum. ntlraa ll. u'trnaaMi,'! (i la. I
(lataUuM Siuiilaii, ft, .ol l.f man U iilala maiiuar.
atlrwtlaaa br l-aliw tftfr mk Sal, I'awiiln Saarct.
AJUU I in
Trom Kinj to Patriarch-
Whon ft mi n ii begins to got nloiifr in
yours lio prailunllv rhanoA from twin;;
a kinfr in his ftimlly to a i.itriiiroli. He
is more tfiiilcr uml kind to his oll''pi'in:,
and instead of ruliiij them, tlio first
thing ho knows they are ruling liini.
My youngest children nnl my grand
children just run over me now, ttnd il
takes in ore than half my timo to keep
up with 'em, and find out where they
aro and what they are doinj;. Some
times I get mud and rip up and around
like I was going to do something des
perate, but Mrs. Arp comes a-slipping
along and begins to tell how they didn't
moan any harm, and they are just like
all other boys, and wants to kuow if I
didn't do them sort of things when I
was a hoy. Well, that's a faet I did
and I got a litkin' for it, too. You see,
I was. one of the oldest boys, and they
always catch it, but tho youngest ones
uever gets a liukin', for by tho time he
etatnes along the old man has mellowed
down and wants n pet. Tlio older
children have married and gone, and
the old folks fi'i'l sorter liko they have
been thrown oil' for somebody no kin to
'em, and so they twine around those
that aro left all the closer, but by and
by they grew up, too, and leave them,
Hiid it's pitiful to sco the good old
conplo bereft of thoir children and liv
ing alono iu their glory. Then is the
time that grandehihlren lind a welcome
in the old family homestead, for, as
Solomon saith, the glory of an old man
is his children's children. Then is tho
time that the little chaps of the second
and third generation lovo to escape
from their well-ruled homo and for n
while find refuge and freedom and frolic
at grandpa's. A child without a grand
pa and grandma can never have its
share of happiness. I'm sorry for 'em.
lilessings on the good old people, tho
venerable grandparents of the land, the
pooplo with good old honest ways and
sitnplo habits and limited desires, who
indulge in no folly, who hanker nfter
no big thing, but live along serene and
covet nothing but the hnppjness of their
children and their children's children.
I onee said to a good old mother.
"Well, I hear Anna is to be married."
"Yes, sir," said she, smiling sorrow
fully, "I don't know what I will do.
The last (laughter I've got is going to
leave me. I'vo nursed her and petted
her all her life, and I kinder thought
she was mine and would always be
mine, but she's run off arter a feller
she's no kin to in the world, oue who
never did a thing for her but give her a
dug and a book or two and it does look
so straugo and unreasonable. 1 couldn't
understand it at all if if 1 hadn't done
the same thingmyself along lime ago,"
and sho kept knitting away with a smile
and a tear upon her motherly face.
'lint I'm not going to slander these
little chaps that keep us so busy look
ing after them, fur there is no mean
ness in their mischief, and if.they take
liberties it is because wo let 'cm'. Mrs.
Arn s;is ilicy aro just too sweet
to live, and is always narrating some
of their smart sayings. Well, they are
mighty smart, for they know exactly
how to get everything and do every
thing they want, for they know how to
manage her, and they know that she
manages nie, and that settles it. A man
is the head of a house about some
things, and ahoiitsomo other thing he is
next to head, if ho ain't a fool. A man
can punish his children, but it's al
ways advisable to make an explanation
in duo timo and let his wife know what
he did it for, because, you see, they are
her children, sure enough, and she
knows it und feels it. The pain and
trouble, the nursing and night-watch-ing
have all been hers. The washing
and dressing, and mending and patch
ing tieing up lingers and toes, and
mpathizing with em in all their great
bilinlo troubles all fulls to her while
the father is tending to his farm, or his
store, or his ollice, or his friends, ormay
bo his billiard table. When a woman
says "This is my child," it carries more
weight and more meaning thau when a
man says it, and I've not got much
respect for a law that will give a man
the preference of ownership just be
cause ho is a man. Bill Arp.
Instructing the Stranger.
In the smoking room of the sleeping
coach of Tuesday's ov.erland train, the
conversation turned on liens. There wits
tin Knglishnian there. He, was so fresh
that be looked as if lie had just been
pielonl, Hit said:
"What are these Ileus they have in
It was so good a chance that all the
Cnliforniiins looked at each oilier. No.
body wanted lo pick it up without de
liberation, and there was silence for six
ty entire second-.. Then a' l'.lcr who
used to go in swimming on Montgomery
street, took his cigar out of his iuout.lt,
and everybody waited with concealed
"Their bile is not fatal except in tho
fall, lie sum, wit Ii appropriate solemn
ity, "and even then there is no trouble
about it if you attend to it in time."
"I'.ut how do you protect yourself? I
understand tho blarsted insects tiro nu
merous, j on know!'-'
"ln;s. Plain, simple yellow dogs,"
the pioneer answereil, "You see, there's
a natural alhuity between a Ilea and a
dog, and if a lieu is wandering around
louse and sees a dog, ho can't help go
ing right up to him and riding him.
Whenever we get a room in which wo
find licit figns wo hist put tt dog in tlio
center and wait, in less than live min
utes ou will see every Ilea in tho room
hopping towards him and getting up on
bin back. Why, I'vo seen h dog gel ho
full of fleas in live minutes that they
couldn't all gel a foothold. They'd slip
oil us ho walked and have to help hold
each other on. In that case you havu
to pop 'em over with a parlor rille."
"Hut it's hard on the hlaiMod dogs,
you know, isn't ilP"-
"(ill no. They're trained up lo it.
lies'ules, it's very easy to clean 'cm off a
"Just wait till he's charged and put
liliii In a tub of water, leaving his head
out, All I ho Hons will slide right up
mid roost between his ears, Whenyou'vo
counted and seen they're nil on his
head Just cut the head nil' and throw it
a way, und "
There was a wild, unearthly yell that
shattered the windows and lore tlio roof
from its fastenings, but the Knglishnian
did not laugh, lie did not even smile,
lie went nut on tlio platform at Keno
and olVered fabulous mousy for a yellow
dog. Tte ii'twy.
Gentlemen-Your Hop Bittors havo
been of great value to me. I was laid up
with typhoid fever for over two months
ar.d could get no relief until I tried your
Hop Bitters, to thosu sull'uring with de
bility or any one in feeble health' I
cordially icconimcnd them.
.1. C. Stoktzki., Wi Fulton St., Chicago,
Tbo person who has a pair of chick
ens to carve has not tho easiest job ev
er was. If any of those he must sorve
commit the gross breach of ctiipietto by
replying, in answer to tho usual ques
tion, that they do not care what parts
they have, that they havo "no choico,"
tho poor carver is in sore troublo, ami
is sure to send exactly the portion most
disliked. It is it long standingand prop
er rule that persons at tablo should tell
the carver when asked w hat portion of
meat lie is carving they desire. Thoso
who fail in this respect do so ignorantly
and under tho impression that they aro
making matters smooth for tho carver,
when on the contrary they aro confus
ing him. lint it is with chickens that
the fun of tho poor carver is at its Light.
Everybody wants breast, ami tho mod
ern chicken is put up with the very
slimmest allowance of that. Let there
be n reform here. It is well under
stood that it is , perfectly allowable for
the carver to retain the tidbits of what
he carves for himself by way of reward
for his hard work, lor instance, tho
kidney of the lamb belongs to him.
There is another reason why this is so,
or should be so. The carver cannot al
lot to those he helps tho few choice
morsels without showing an undue par
tiality. But tho rights of tho carver aro
not often vouchsafed him. In his de
spair ho helps so bountifully that thero
is little left for himself." When it is
practicable all carving should be done at
a side table by a servant I'rojrcs.i.
Firt Huker - I .'ee by the papers that
tho wheat crop is immense this year.
Second Maker- Yes; 1 noticed that,
Hiid have just told my men to wso
strongi r yrat. Wo must mike our
Kininoiit Men. .
It may bo observed that no attempt is
made to hunt up out of tho way or unknown
places to tind names to endorse Sinuii"ii9
Hon. Alexander II1 Stephen?,
John W. Beckwiih, Bishop of Uu.,
General Juo. IJ. Gordon, U. S. Senator
llm. Jno. Gill Shorter, ex-Governor of
Kev.D.ivi l Wi Is, I). I), president Ogle
Bishop Pierce, of Gooruia,
Judge Jus. J.ickson, Supremo Court, Ga.
And did space and time permit we could
li.'l a volume with tin Highest testimonials.
Buy Hunter's Sifter. Hunter Silter Co.
Kitchen Specialties Cincinnati & N. Y.
Circulars free. (')
Mothers ! Motliers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth! If so, go at once and get a hottl of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there iu no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has evtr used -it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to tli child, operating like inngic.
It is pi'il'i-ctly sufo to use in all cases, und
ple'i.'init to the taste, Hiid is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best Jemalo
phytii bins and nurses in the United Stub's.
Sold everywhere. 2j cents a bottle.
iMicKicn'h Arnica Salve
The Meat Salve "n tho world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Ivhetim, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
cents per box. For sule by Gko. E
01 1 AHA.
IIopB and Malt Bitters is tho best tonic
lor the restoration to health and strength
ot those weakened and enervated bh over
work, sickness' general debiltiy or ether
cause. It contains no mineral substance
to remain in the system and do permanent
"Since Inking ' Dr. Lindsey's Blood
Seiirfher' that old soro of inmo is entirely
rured." Sold by all druggists.
To enumerate tho mirnculotis curei
wrought by " Dr. Sellers' Couub Syrup"
would lill a volume. Its cuies me mar
velous. Price 2.") cents.
Ldia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound strengthens the stomach ond kid
neys ami aids digestion.
Pel sons recovering from waist ing dis
cuses, such us malaria, fevers, etc. will bo
greatly benefitted by the use. of Brown's
lion Hitlers, a true tonic.
t"lly asking too much we may lose
the littlo that wo had before." Kidney
Wort asks nothing hut a fair trial. This
given, it fears, no loss of faith in its virtues.
A lady writes from Oiegon: "For thirty
years I havo been alllicted with kidney
complaints. Two packages of Kidney
Wort have done mo more good than all
tho medicine and doctors I have h id be
fore. 1 believe it is a sure cure.
Seo a woman Iu another column, near
Specr's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Speer's Port Grape wine is made,
that is so highly esteemed by tho medical
profession, for tho use of invalids' weakly
persons and the aged. Sold by Druggists.
Sprout's Retail! co Box.
Consuming of ice aro notified that for
Oieir convenience I have built a large Ice
lies on Eighth street in Cundiff's toru where
ice in hiiv quantity can at all times be nb
tained. My customers will remember that
their tickets will he punched at this stand
just the same as by drivers of wagons, tl'.
Tho Howe scales havo all tliu latust im
provements. It is true economy to buy
the best. Boidon, Selleck & Co., agents
St. Louis, Mo. (jjj
Chills ami Fever,
Hlmraiiim Ltvur Kcru
tutor coon bruaks the
chills and currlvs tin
fuvur out ol the system.
It cure when all otbnr
V t tho relief unit euro
of Ibis distressing dls
eiiK.i tmc Simmons Liv
Tliu ttoculalor will ponltlvvly euro tills U.rlble
disusim. Wo usm-rt cniploUU'ully wbat wo know to
to I run.
should not be ri'ioiriltnl lie a trilling ailment. Na
tion (icinunils the turnout rciinlurlly of I lie bowels,
i lHTi'foro uitHlct nature ly tukliiK Simmons Liver
Htmi lot or. It is liurmlrrHS, mild and rU'i-ctaul.
One or two table-spoonfuls will relieve all tbo
iroubli'S Incident to a billons Mate, such m Nattsrs
l)ie.ii!c'.n, orowKlni'HS, Uif tn-Hf alter eating, a hit
ler bud taftu iu the mouth.
I't-riiis may avoid all allnrks by (irrationally
ihMiik iloi-o of Simmons I.Ivor Itcnuhiior to kut-i
tin- liver in hetillhy action.
,i'iK'rn!ly urlHinK fnm a (llsorilen d stomach, can
In corrected bv inUiug Simmons Liver lti'i;ulator.
Mtiiinims Liver Kt'ulat r oou eradicates this dis
t ao from the ,Mrm, leaving tbo eklu ck-ur aud
irw li'om nil 1 in purl lies.
Cttildren "iifferlDi: w llh colic soon experience ro
lief when Hliumous l.lvt r Kesnlator Is administer
ed. Adults also derive preat bi lu'tlt from this
mi'illclne. It Is not utipleainut; it Is harmless
und rtrvrtlve, Purely vci;.-tahla
HLADDKIi & KIDNEYS
Mont of r ho diseases ot the bladder originate from
those of t lit) kidneys. Kesture the action of the
liver full nut both the kidneys mid bladder will
fiyTukc oiilv the genuine, which always lias on
no mapper l lie red Z trade mark and signature ol
I. II. Z 10 1 LIN & CO..
Formic by all druuk'tslM.
TIIU SEW IHttlEDY.
HOPS' H MALT
(Not Ii riiientid.)
AND BLOOD PURIFIES.
This new Ptrnedy is compounded
from the beat known curatives, such at
IIctjs, Malt Extract, Csscara Sagrada
(Sacred Berk), Buchu. Dandelion and
Sarsnpu::iia, combined with an agree
able Aromatic Llixir,
V'4 These Remedies ect upon the Liver.
pH Thev net upon the Kidneys.
They Keguluta the Bowels.
Thev Ouiet the Nervous System.
3 They Promote Digestion.
rney rsourisn, btrengtntn, invigorate.
They give Tone, Health and Energy.
HOPS AND MALT BITTERS
are the ORIGINAL and ONLY BIT.
TERS containing Malt Extract.
Ask your lirtiKcist for them, and be sure
that the label lui on it the four words
HOPS AND MALT BITTERS
in large red letters.
ttT'Take no other. Jg
At Wholesale and Retail by al 1 dealers.
KOOHESTEH NKMCISK CO.,
lUichr$ter, A. I".
Manufacturer nd Dealer In
Htll Streel, between Coin'l Ave. aud Levee.
CUOKK BORING A SPECIALTY,
AtX KINUS OK AMCXITION.
Safes. He mlriid. All Kinds ul K-ys Made.
PORT GUAl'K WINE
Semi's Port Grave Wine !
FOUIt VKAKS ItLI).
riMI IH ;KI.KniCA.TKI NATIVKWINK It madu
' from tliejulce of llm Oporto drupe, raised In
th .ctniMiy. Its Invaluable-timlfl and slreuilh
! !!lt l'r',ll,!''t"' are tinsiirpasBetl bv auy other
Nat v W Iiiii. IMnif Urn pnre Julio or l (irape,
tiriulni'cd uiiib-r Mr. Spuer'a own personal supervl
! I". ? 'l'."1 '""'Ut nesa, uro guaranteed.
T h ounesl child may partake or Its Ketir0us
qualities, and llm wimkn-t. Invalid use 4t to advan
tiiue I lHpiirliculi.rlvbeiH'llt lal tn tint at,id and
deblllbi led, aud sinied to the variuiis ailments that
V1NK TO K&tTSi, ,VH ri"P"C' A
Sneer's V. j. SLerry.
The l1 I. silKiuty U a wlnu of Superior I'liar
Kcter a id eaiuke- i.riho rich guablles ur the gran
irom w h.i-h II, is made Kr Purity. Ulchniiss V h.
MViiedMtdl,;1,'ttl 1,r,,p''''V!rwVn 'IS io,md uS:
Sneer's V. J. Ilrandy.
i .1. ,"r "AN,!Y u""u "-"rivaled Iu this Conn try
I.Hitik- rar s i iperb.r lor medicinal purposes, it is a
mililn medicinal properiles. It has a delicate da.
vor, slm lart.1 ilmtof l0 ,,rp., (, W,,,h tt
list l ed, and is In great ruv ir amonir llrst-class
LTk v '..Zl, 'w V)U, 1K,""'f of ALFUKI)
bottio ' N ' ' HV"r 1,18 curk of uach
Wold By PAUL SOHTIIJ.
AND BV DKUOUWra KYEHY WIliCKU.
I) A 1 1, V
Independent in all
DELIVERED BY CARRIER. 23 CENTS PER WEEK.
$13.00 TER YEAR, 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT IF PAID
YEARLY IN ADVANCE. BY MAIL, f 1.00 PER MONTH,
1000 PER YEAH, IN ADVANCE.
The BULLETIN JOB OFFICE
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