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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 3., 1888.
DARS HO Ob
Wadi nAKiwr, onwnro1
H i& llTAM BOUNOTO RISC
-.'.i m r -" - - 'j
-1-T frU 'Vf ri . '!'
PURE CREAM TARTAR.
If alum or any Inlurio'imibstiuieesctoi be found
in Andrews' Pearl Bakinjr Powder. In pes
tivol) PURE. being emlon-cd, and ttnlimonlola
roccivivl iroi j such -hMntMs as s. Dana Hays, Hon.
ton: M. Ik'lufonlaine, of Chicago; and Gustavo
Bode, Milwaukee Ne ver sold In bulk.
C. E. ANDREWS A CO.
? Michigan Ay. 2M. 2SU ffP E. Water
viwii riffu.it iu wMrrMt-.tt-i'I s;ttin
fuctc-ry to Us wtirir in.'sety i'v,
or the money will hn ndnuded I v
the poraou from wlwiu i! v. i.s Iki. iiili'
Th'nlv('"r-iripvi'iiniiwl lv iir lrii.Hi I ' i no
rot Injurlini-, to Ih-. nearer. ''; "',':.
mJ " rUK I'f y". Vkiw I'''1,1 '
llvnlrh Preserving-, l-f.. f .U.iillii'iimt. lt'1
jshdoratnul (eitr. hcovjj fli.lMi. ftur-t-f.. !'
Ilesltb l'rwrrlug 'Hie coiull' U.c.'i. r.u j.:i'ii
Fiirl l' I'S'lmte lo-lut' ii.ul.n i - Ion
CUK' VtiU ctitsr:x tiUuvu, !.
Tliit elegant dreibiii?
it preferred by thXe
whohave usedit, to any
similar artide, on ac-
:ount of in superior
leanlinrs and purity.
It contains materials
only that are beneficial
to the tcalp wd hair
Restore Hie Youthful Color to Grey or Faded Hair
Parker's Hair Hahnm is finelv urrfunird and is
warranted to prevent failing of the hair and to re
moveaanarim .naucinug. mscox ato.iv.i.
Sue. sod II iliei, st dciltri la drupi tad Divdlclnei.
A Superlative Health and Strength Reitonr.
If you ate a mechanic or fanner, worn out with
overwotk. or a mother run down by family or house
hold duties try ParkrIi's IJinulh Tonic.
If you are n lawyer, minister or business man ex
hausti'd by mental strain or anxiouscares, do not take
lutoxicaung stimulants, but use l-'arkrr's Uingrr Tonic
If you have Consumption, Dyspepsia, fcheuma
Ism, Kidney Complaimi, or any duoider of the lungs,
stomach, bowels, blood or nerves Pahkkr's Gim.hr
Tonic wiil cure you. It is the Greatest Dlood Purifier
And the Bed and Surest Cough Cure Ever Used.
If you are wastinR away from rge, dissipation or
any disease or weakness and reuii e a stimulant take
Cikcsr Tonic at once; it will invigorate and build
vou up from the tint dose but will never intoxicate.
It has saved hundreds of lives; it may save yours,
i CAUTION !-H-fui sll into Wnt-i. r.rktr'i Clnin Toel U
cnmpvledot lbs bltrtmrdiiiiixnlkia thfwuild.uidUsuUrilf
dlflirrtit from ptrpirsllotiiof f.ngrt sblil, Bind f or clrcuisf So
Kjkoi Co., N. Y. Vx. a II nut, tl dtslnri Is dru-h
CHEAT SAVING BUYING DOLLAR Biat,
Inn h and laMi: t liii.iace lias nw!e this
deliti'f.il perlumo exceedingly pufiular. Thre
It nollilnit like It. Insist uoon having Flonm
Tun CowoNK and look for signature 01
mi vtt b,llU. Any drukrcrit or desltr tn wrfuuitry
ran i'i..l? y-m. VS ind U .nt
UWit RAVISO BfTIKrt 1st. sire.
Il.prrl vsl h 11 tl (ItiL'tT
k nirlnlv iii iliu MhIio
' to tin' iHinriin; draw
l ruiH' It i.t'i- l lui iil'Ii
t!i'' 1 niv ' t imII tio
flec'iiiillv rli tint
nml iaKHiM'a if i 'h
nnlnil virun, (nurini;
n.'sH' y 'cr, tliiir, nl
a I r II - in nt i on , ;ro.
crtH tlm niiiMil r .t,e
rom add'tltmnl P ll,
ompli trl.v li' ulx I )i;
o m ait'l ri'tiO' ii IDc
iim! of t is -1 and
Kiel Hi': riK.liil in.
ulU are ri-i.l ." d hv a few n ppllt u'lioi-. Athor
oi;ti treatment amlir" rtvd will rur - I a ar:b, Uav
Jfv, r, Jt i
Af i'i ri'il1' I" I H'
I'XKyUALKH KOU ( (U,luithi! UKAli.
The lla ui ba-fs rod nn ri,vli.li:a reputat on whir
ever know ii, I pinclt. all mi" i i r j hi is 1 1 on w .
IturoovjZivD .Mr.lii.i'H iJ)iM'u"ItY
Hold ti v (Iru'iI!- i .'I'l.nt. dii i itof
Vrlre wl I mini a pin kiik'1 Si lid lor rlniiiur con
tslnltiit I'i 'I oilor'i n"on Mid r'll'dv ti'itiniiilul.
l-.l V( Uli AM 11 AI M CU. , "WL't'o, N . ..
OOLD MEDAir" J-'AEIS, " 1878."
Warranted alwihttrhf pur
Curou, friuii whli'h thu i-xroaa of
.ill lui b" n removul. It baa .Area
Hun-1 Ikt i(ctn('A of Coooa mixed
wlih KUirrh, Arrnwt'wt or Bugar,
aiid l Wa n f ini far iimrr, (ounonil
ctl. It, li, di'lklm.i, ii'iurltiilni;,
atmiit'iln ulini.rii-ily iIIku-iiiI, and
adnitrnhly adapivd fr Invnllila at
i'JI a for rirrsons In lu iilili.
Hold l (Jrnrera rorjnhi'ra.
W. BAKER It CO,, DorcbBster, Mass.
NO tit M
1111 L 1S
I f i-N "4 'Ufjr...
Onstant Apony Is the somewhat dole
ful name of a Froncbmart at l'lattsburg,
Some ono, not an nlitor, baa made
the novel discovery that the cat U no
wbotfl mentioned iu tho IMble.
A wealthy Now York lady has paid
f .150 for an oil portrait of her pet poo
dle. A Hartford woman gavo birth to t
child which weighed twenty-two pounds.
Tho child died.
A Uoston girl attracted a multitude
by having her shoes blacked, just like a
man in front of tho Revere House.
It is proposed to honor the memory of
Roger William by naming after him
the principal streets in the several towns
and cities in Rhode Island.
The "genuine Nautch girls" of a
western kuow have been identified as
dancers' from London, where they aro
known as the Vivian sisters.
It is stated that three thousand do
Iwsitors in Connecticut savings banks
lave not made inquiries about their
money in twenty years past.
It is estimated that there are about
Sj.OOu.UOO.OOU ioetof lumber in the nine
mates comprising the southern pine
Tho census for Victoria for 1881
shows a total population of 62,S(5-1, of
whom 12,128 were Chinamen, and but
According to the assessment roll of
California, there has been a deprecia
tion of values in that stale the past year
of ?26,1 17,01-8.
Seventeen years old, twice married,
ouee a widow, and now deserted by her
second husband is the startling history
of a girl who receutly attempted suicide
at Kansas City.
A boy in Taunton, 14 years old, was
sent, a poll-tax bill, and, feeling that the
assessors had mado a man of him, de
rided to act like one, and proudly paid
Mrs. Tan y has a two hundred-acre
ranch near Oompton, Cal, which is un
der her own management. It is sup
plied wiib several flowing artesian
A machine for counting sheep has
been invented and put in operation in
California, ft is placed in an opening
of a fence, and registers every sheep
that passes it.
Some interesting ruins covering quite
a large piece of pro mid and somewhat
similar to tho famous ones of Falenque
were recently discovered by Sr. Isidro
Htilnes in the stale of Chiapas, Mexico,
near a p!ac called "Aua F-scondida."
A curious petrification recently ex
hibited at Salt Lake City consisted of a
bunh of wheat heads upon which a
cricket had ft-teiicd himself. All bud
been Mm: ' ' ' 1 'one in the short space
of moiiiii- by the action of a soda
It is said that John Hriglil has given
up all idea of coining to this country,
notwithstanding his great admiration
(or il. The old lady who thought it
possible that he might bring his "dis
ease" willi liitu will therefore breathe
'11." iniii .ii i hat do'r and cats con-
tr.ie. I:,w!rii.i!i kvau-.e they art
coi'ii i' d, t ii.'i'iieii, or inu.'.'l'.'d docs not
:i ';' I' I" ! e wdl Mi.-Iained by fact. At
inn rule, rabies, according to I'rofcssot
Xt'. I.nndetvr, U very eonimoL
i,i,i ii-. the w ild d"r';s cuts, ami jackah
of the' J'.-!. n.
Hew Clay ripus Arc Made,
It ii popularly believed, says the De
troit '., that nil clay pipes are
rith'T made in Kuropo or from clay
brought from the other hemisphere, but
such is not the case, as a very large
share of the clay pipes made in Ameri
ca are made of clay found at and near
Woodbridge, N. J.
The clay comes to Detroit by the car
load, tmd the first step toward prepar
ing it for molding is to sufficiently dam
pen it with water to make it pliable,
l'liif i1- done by placing it in a tank,
where it maks in water about twenty
four hours. It is then hammered with
fron bars, thus ridding it of any lumps
or dry chunks. Then thu molding be
ginsthe workman taking a lump of
clay in each hand, and by squeezing
and rolling it molds the pieces into a
rough stem thrice larger than the linish
od pipe stein, having a rough ball at its
.end. riic.ii' "rolls," as they aro called,
are piled on wooden trays, sixteen to
each tray, after which they are dried,
either b the sun or artificial means.
After 'having been dried, not to hard
ness, but sufficient to dispose of all su
pei'lluous dampness, the rolls aro ready
to have the stem drilled and the bowl
foi lin g. To drill tho stem the work
man leiMs a small iron rod the size of
the stem hole -and with his left hand
pulls i he clay over the rod instead of
shoving the rod through the stein. To
do this the workman is guided solely
by the sum! of touch in his linger tips,
and that seiiso is so accurate that the
hole is invariably made straight and
equidistant from all points of tho exte
rior of the roll. The ball nt tho end of
the roll is turned up, and then roll ami
rod are placed iu an iron matrix which
pn.i-es tlie pliable clay into the desired
outside pattern. Then the matrix and
its contents are placed in n hand press,
and i he workman, by pulling a lever,
forms the bole of the pipe-bowl. The
molded pipe, still soft ami pliable, next
parses to the hands of tl trimmers,
girls who scrape off tho superfluous
ciny, nun king the joints of the matrix.
Then tlie pipes are placed in fireproof
clay jiggers, " and the loaded saggers
are pile.! into a large furnace. 'This
fniiiit.'e has six lines at the bottom, and
the si sheois of flame at the bottom
coiuci'lii'i'ic at the top, thus making the
heat ven throughout. Until the pipes
go iiiio the Mrnaee tliey are iilue in
color, but when they come out they t.re
u pure dead hite. '
The ltenton family, of Scarburgh,
Cal.. have turned their fiirm inloii sen.
arnte kingdom. The nine inetnber.s
missed a J ii'iual declaration of indeneml
eiico a few mouths ago, ami crowned
the liii-baiiil iiml father us king. I hey
hoisted a new n nir over the house, an
nounecd that there hundred ncrps, were
tio longer a part of the United States
tttid refused to nav taxes. Thev lire u
have, a war nu their hands, for the alter.
Win Uuds to utuku un iuviuluu.
A Prultjr Bird Story From Maiue.
A letter from Lliuiuglon, Mo., to tho
Portland 'ms relates the following on
the asserted authority of a "Miss K. of
L.:" "Iu her backyiird aro some plum
tiees, in which some bush sparrows for
beveral years have built their nests and
roared their young. Tho lady of the
house was ac'ciistcined to put upon tho
back-door stopA and window-sill shreds
of cotton yarn for thorn to build their
uesls with, and pieces of cracker or su
gar cookies, which tho birds would
come and eat and feed to their young,,
and afterward coax their young down,
when they conld'ily, and teach them to
eat also, 'The lady took groat pleasure
in thu birds as they came from, year to
year, and she coiild distinguish these
from others of the same species, as all
others were shy; these were not, even
on their first return. One day after the
young had grown up tho whole flock
were down upon tho door-step feeding
upon the supplied crackers, when to
their astonishment a striped squirrel
which had been sitting erect near by
appareii tl v unnoticed, leaped among
t hum, and off they Hew in a great
fright. The samo thing was repeated
mivi ral times. Finally, they ilew up
and lighted upon a piece of clothes-line,
which had been left for that nurposo for
them, and, putting their heads together,
they chattered several minutes, then
dow n they Ilew asraiii upon the steps iy
t ho piece of cracker!. After a few mo
ments ill leaped tho squirrel. To his
.surprise, however, the bird., instead ot
Hung art ay as miml, set upon him,
picking anil beating him with their
wings. The squirrel, unable., to success
fully resist, beat a hjisty retreat, and,
6U'ane'e to say, never returned to an
uov them afierv, aid."
"A Drop of Joy in Every Word "
Dr. R.V. Fierce, Buffalo, X. Y.: Three
mouths ago I w;et broken out with Urge
ulcers itud sores on my body, limbs and
fitce. I procured your "Golden Jledical
Discovery" and "Purgative Pellets" and
have taken six bottles, and to-day I am in
Kood hultb, all those ugly ulcus haviim
healed and left my tkm in a natural,
healthy condition. I thought at one time
tbat I could not be cured, Although I cn
but poorly express my gratitude to vou, yet
there is a drop of joy in every word I write.
James 0. Bellis,
Flemington, N. J.
"Discovery" sold by druggists.
The purity mid elegant perfume of
Parker's Hair U tlsain explain the popular
ity of this reliable restorative.
John Sttber, 72a 2131 St.., Chicago, HI.,
says: "Brown's Iron Bitters, cured me of
"Do not gr.isn at tho shadow and lose
the substauce." Kidney-Wort is able to
convert you Iroin a shadow of your former
self into the su'tlance of established
health. Said a sufferer from kidney trou
ble when asked 'to try Kidney-Wort for a
remedy, "I'll try it, but it will be my last
dose," It cured him and now he recom
mends it to all. It you have disordered
kidneys don't tail to try it.
Bkeakfat Cocoa, s a beverage, is uni
versally conceded siij'crior to all other
drinks I'm-the w .'.iry mm of busine.-s or
the more robust laborer. The preparations
ot Waiter Bitker &. Co. have long been
the studird ot nn rit in this line, and our
readers who purchase "Baker's- Breakfast
Cocoa" will find it a most healthful, de
licious nvl ievi 'ora tint? beverage.
A delicious Appetizer,
That ensures diucstion and enjoyment
otl'..od;c. i iii'c that briiiL'S strenth to the
weak mid rest to the nervous; a harmless
diarrhuv. cui" that don't constipate just
what ever family needs Parker's Ginger
Hue a woman in another column, near
Speer's Vineyards, pieking grapes' from
which Sneers l'oit drape wine is made,
that is so highly esteemed by tho medical
proh.esion. for the use ot invalids weakly
persons and the aged. Sold by Druggists.
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
ot generative organs. $1. 5 for $5. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Csir.) by Barclnv Bros
ln. Km Mi's fjitKAT Nekve Uertoheii is
the marvel of the ago for a'l nerve diseases.
All fits stopped free. Send to i);tl Arch
street, Philftdelnia. Fa.
One Dollar! One Dollar
isw i Mil I mm in 1 1 aamtsa
(.'level ami, O- si 00 lor a v ui
l dltid Ht'iiiocriitlr Jotir at aud valuable Fami'y
Ni'Wiiaior Send a l)Ol I. Mt for thu best paper
in Hie went for the price. 1'lnln Di aler I'nulUtilnii
Co,, Cltneltnd, (Jlilo. Siiinplt! copy lrco.
Old fahl"milili'. mtmlle- am rnttdlv rIvIiii
Brou ml hi'fori! Him ailvam n of Hit, i .iiuticrliiK pe
cltlc, an i old fiBhlunod Id oia In regard to deple
tion an a mean o euro, Imvo hemi (iiln exploded
hy thu nrce-f of tlm ifraat runnvaiit, which lone
tho avatein, iranqiilllaea the Uervea, ncu'ralliei
mal-rla, ricpnra ca and wirlm- iim hluod, rottfoa
the liver w hiia domiiant, aud proniutes a regular
hahlt of hndv.
For aale by all Drugril-tn and Hjalrrs gcnorally.
asr. . trlsi
iat1'.rkT & sfLI
Chills and Fever.
Simmons Llvor Regn
laior loon hrouke the
chill and carries tb
fever out ol the atatem.
I) cures when all other
S ck Headache.
K r the roller wed ear
of thla dlatruaaiDK dia
can. uae Slmmoua Liv
The Hesuliilor will .ocllU(ily euro thla U.rlblu
dlneiisu. We ii-Hort eiiipliatually what wo know to
"lioiihl not bo ruuardud sa a trilling; ailinuut. Na
ture (icniuudn the imiioit reu'iilarltv of tho bovtela,
l lierufore nslt riaturu by taklnfi oinimoua Liver
Regulator. It U barmleKa, mild and etluctaal.
One or two tiilileapoonful will relieve all tho
i roubles luclduit to a bilious male, nuth as Nausea
Ditlne, DroHHini'KH, DimreH" uller ealiDK, a bit
n r Dud inrto lu the mouth.
I'i r-oim may avoid all attack by occaalonally
tuking a demo of blinmoiiB Llvur Hegulalor to keep
the liuir lu healthy action.
(enernlly arlin; fraru n disordered atomucb, can
he correrted hy takiup; himmon Liver Kti)alator.
Mmmiitm Liver ltcculut rioou eradkatca tbla dla
eiiac from the eastern, leaving the aklu clear aud
Tree, from all Inipiirlllea.
Children Buffering with colic toon cxperlenco ro
llel when Niminoua Liver Kcitnlator la adtnluli'tur
cd. Adtttlaalau derlv Rreat heuullt from thla
medicine. It la not tinpleu-ant', It id roomless
and tUoctlvu. I'nrely vtnetablu.
1 iLAUDKH & KIDNP:YS
Must of i be dl'eacea ol the bladder originate from
thoee of the kidneys. Kcstore the action of the
liver fully and both the Uidnoya and bladder will
Ctjr-Tuke oulv the genuine, which always baa uu
lii' v raipnr the red L trarti) mark and (denature ol
.I.U.ZKILIN & CO,
Kir mile hy all druwiKi.
J--J E. I NCE,
Msunfnctitrer nnd Iialnr itj
Slh Strn,, hotw en f otn'I Ave. and Lever.
CHOKF BORING A SPECIALTY,
ALL KINDS) Of AMCNITION.
Safes 1,'e.iaired. All Kinds ol Keya Made.
1 for Soldiers, Widow, I'ar-
f aud Children. Ar.v
dlsra-e. wound o: Iniurir
Htuitlen. Million appropriated. Working lor. a
doiihed. no i na nmde Imppy. rrompt work.
Aip'V now. Keo Oenerteri Bi.titli'd to all
dues und dl-ch rijvB tin 'er new law-. Great aac
cs in ltirr'i'0 cu-es. Rountvand backpay pro
rured. 'i he " orld mid Soldier." (weo .ly papur).
Sauii lecopv frey Seud statrp for full Innrucdons
biunk- and hotiuiy 'Bbiu. I r-p i .sfvrpo
f. r Invnt r A dre--l iV I Ivi lO
N. . VI IZCih.lt ' LD CO., Pons on. Pateut
Lund Att'y. Susli union, D. C. 11-5-d- ,-w-lm
Wl. KLIN'8 GREAT
rj Nerve Restorer
GUT ..JJ llu.i. .inN'.BiH
tTf-a " ' ' ,.v
7f.art, ...- i ki t. , . v vhk KnvtArnn.
&'iiioN,Fiis.r ru in KV.cto.INf ALI.IUI.E ifukea
i'jjn ilirt' i'-.l. Ao tSU al'r rfril iutf mm. Treatis
3 . in m ihji im iron ui ri, vm,,ii., -- . -k
iiarrun tx.i,wlin r.ceivul. soa nimii.r.u.SDa
..X.r.-uiJ)r-- ot ftlicl-1 to Im KI.1NK Wl Arck
.sLl'liilsita..!" ,S- ltruagul btuar u Vtn-J
United States Mutual Accident
ASsOCIA HON, 1011 BUOAl) WAY, X.Y.
1 N S U It K S
,.ili Au ident In-uranr.e.
ii Weeltlr Indemnity.
Meiilbcrabip fee, SL An
niml rosi .houtftin. Write
fir circular and applica
tion blank. European per-
C ft. PBKl'fof ltoern. Peut 4 Co.), rrea'nt.
M. I, I'lTCHrtH, srr.)t4ry.
Si-i.d for a pl. Inru of Mas. LA.surav; nailed fraa.
PKSXSYLVAXIA Military ACADEMY
1IIETKK. Slat year opetia September tilth
vNevv Jlulldinca. Superior Bccommodatloua.
Appointment complete. Kuglidb, Colhiatn,
Cheiiiical, Civil Ktn-'inoeriPR c.o ir-sa. DcRrres
Cotilerred. Apply to W. P. Jlallidnv, Esq , pat'ou
Cairo, 111., or to COL. 'J IIKO. HYATT, Preft.
PORT GHAPB WINE
Spkkk'm Pout Grape Wink !
four years old.
rplIISCKLEHUATKDNATIVBWlNlI ii made
s lioni the JuU.o of Iliu Clporto drape, raided In
thU coiiM y. Ita invaluable tonle aud atreuidh.
culm: proper! ' are uiinurpasaed bv any other
Native Wine. H'diiyt 'he pore Juice of te Orape,
proihicrd ti mler Mr. Spoer'a own personal auporvl
sue), lis purltv n nd ueuu iit ne-s, are Kunrauteed,
Th i voitue"! child mav parlak i of Ita cneroua
qil.iUties, a'ld the weiiko t Invalid uno Hloadvan
I tue It In purtlciiliirlvbeneth lal to tlm aged and
di lill Haled, mid "inti'd lo thu various ailments I hat
all.'it thu weaker sex. It lsluoery reapect A
WINE '10 UK UEI IKK ON.
Sneer's P. J. Sherry.
Tlie P. ,1. SllliUU if tea whie of Superior Char
acler iiid arnkenol the rlchqtinl ties at tha grape
from wh ch It la matin For Purltv, Klchnoaa, Kfa.
vo aiKUIi'dleltiul J'roperlios, ttwlll he tonnd tin
Sneer's P. J. Brandy.
This T1MAXDY stands norlva'cd In thla Country
boiiit! far superior for inedlelnal puipose. It Is a
pure rlisi illation Iro the Rrap". nuu ron'alna val.
tia'iln medicinal properiles. It has a delicate fla
vor, b I m lnrto thin of Ihu ,ri"s, from which It Is
distilled, nd ta In t;rrat fav ir amonv (Irst-rlasa
fHinlllis. See that the aiRiuturo of At.KRKD
HPKKH, I'asalc, W. .!., I over the cork, of nach
old By PAUL SOHTJH,
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