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PURE CREAM TARTAR.
If alum or any Injurious siinsiatiees cniu be found
In Andrews' Pearl Baking Powdor. Is J,
lively PURE. liL-iiigt!in1nrM)d,aiidU.'!timrmlttla
rxvmeilTrom such chemist" as S. Dntm Hays, Uos.
tin: M. IXlafDliUine, of Chicago; and OusUivut.
Hone, Milwaukee. Sever sold in bulk.
C. E. ANDREWS A, CO.
5 Mli-Iibjsu At. 2i7. ySil E. Water-
Kverv Corrtot is eiirrniji tl utti-i-fn(
lory to Its weuri-r i;i r vr-i y v ey,
it t ho money will ho r--i u tT !'! iiv.
too person fromwlmin it unf i't.;,!if .
Thcnnlvnp-rt pronoir.niil bv our ( hHi.it i -, ' lan
not Injurlona to 'ho wearrr. nn ti.toiM-o i.y.
tut " mt CiuforlUilM anJ p'rten l.t:j:t, l ttrwt ewr
Ui4d PRirESbr Mull, rr.inffc iMi-'i
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Mklrr.uei-rtliiir. 1 mi.
Fur auli by Ii-mllu liin.ti It-ali" frwf rhiTr.
CMCAsiO tOli.Sl-T t o., l.icaso, 111.
fs a preparation of Protoxide of Iron, Peruvian
Park and the Phosphates, assoclutr-it with the
Yepc-table Arninatlcs. Kndorsed bv the Me.lteal
Profession, and recommended hy them for 1T
f pain, (irnrrnl DrlillUj, l oumlo IHaa
-Bst-s, Wnnl of Vitality, Srrtoua lro
Irullon, ( niivulrirrnre from t rtria
and Chronic 4 hill nnrl I'rirr. Users us
every purpose litru a Tonic la necessary.
Banafactured by Ibt Dr, HartT Medicine Co, St Lcnit
The following la one of the very many tcstlmo
Clalt ws aro receiving dally; i
Cenflfwn: Home thm months Afro I befran the
cse nf Dk. 11 srtuk'h Iiio.n Tt'.Nu.', upou the ad
vice of many friends who know It virtue. 1 was
suffering from general debility to nich an extent
that mylahorwasexceedlnylv burdensome to uie.
A vacation of a month did not five me much ro
lief, hut on the contrary. whs foilowutl hy in
creised proatratlon and sinking chills. At thll
lime I braan tlieu.se of youi UiON Tnsic, from
hirh 1 realized alinot Immediate and wonderful
retulu. 1 tie old energy teturned and I foumttuaj
tny natural force wa not permanently ahated. J
have used three bottles of the Tonic, t-lnce using
It 1 Lve done twice the luhor that 1 ever did in llm
aauie time during my lllneaa, and with double ths
eaoe. With the iranmill nerve and vljrorot body,
bas come also a ch aniecs of thought never before
enjoyed, If the Toic has not dona Iho work, 1
know nut what. I give It the crt-dlt.
J, P. VAlM)V,
Tioy, 0., Jan. t, lb8. Putor t lirlauan Churoh.
e bv Druggliti ind G'neral Oat!n Everywhert
IS A SURE CURE
for ail diieasea of the Kidneys and
ItbaaaixelfloaoUonon UiU most lmporta.nl
organ, enabling it to throw off torplUJ!? and
InaoUon, atunuiatlnff Ilia healthy ocretlon of
tht Sds, and by kocptnf tlie bowoli in froa
eosdltion, aiTaoUiuj ita regular dlscharv.
are billow, dyapepMo, oroonatlpa'ed, Kidney
Wort will auroly ralleva and quickly ouro.
Ia the Pprli.if toeleankUioBrstm, evary
one ehould tali a thorough ooujuo cf tt,
tl- SOLO DY DRUCCIBTB. Price tl.
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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SxVTURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 2, 1883.
nty the Poor Girls.
When a young man kisacs hisi jjirl
fjfHxl-nifrlit about 1:30 a. m. Iio may
lave nearly a mile to walk before
roaching him home, and ho envies his
pii'l, who ho supposes jumps into bed
nntl is fast asleep ten minutes after ht
leaves tlio house. Ho doesn't know
that she must first fish H-vcnty-nino
hair-pins out of her head, ono at a time,
iiiid twist her hair up into bits of impel
so th ut it will crimp nicely noxt tiny,
and that he is in bed snoring before she
turns otl the eras, If ho wus aware ol
this fact, perhaps ho would leave ear
lier. e a a
Two servants of a comiette nro dis
cussing the visitors of the house. "It
seems to mo," says the first, "that now
ndsys we never see Monsieur Mon
sieur what is liis name? The straw
colored beard!" "Ah! vcs. The De
lugo!" "Why do you call him the De
luge?" "Because lit- reigned forty
A new pension law is needed. Under
the present law the grandson of a man
who intended to enlist but never got
around to it, owing to t lie pressure of
priviite business, cannot make the Pen
sion Bureau clothe and feed him, and a
Congressional act is needed to remedy
Long-haired inon are generally we:ik
and fanatical, and men with scant hair
arc the philosophers and soldiers and
statesmen of the world. l.owlon Lawd.
We will bet ten to one that the editor oi
the Lancet is as halt 1 as a billiard ball,
and spent all his spare cash in hair re
storatives before hf settled down to the
above conclusion. Pliilulilphia Xcws.
A lady had in her employ an excel
lent girl who bad one fault." Her face
was always in a smudge. Mrs.
tried to tell her to wash her face with
out offending her, and at last resorted
to strategy. "Do you know, Bridget,"
she remarked in a"contidcntial manner,
"it is paid if you wash the face every
day in hot soapy water it wid make you
beautiful?" "Will it?" answered the
wily Bridget. "Sure it's a wonder ye
uiver tried it, ma'am!"
A young man called on a sarcastic
girl a few evenings since, his legs done
up in the tightest of pants' legs, and
she looked very ssd, and her eyes had n
far-away look. He asked her what It
was that caused her to be troubled. She
looked at his large, generous, fiddle-box
feet, and said she had been wondering
how he got his feet through the legs,
whether he unscrewed them and took
them off, or whether there was a hinge
in the ankle so heeould straighten them
"Now," said the teacher of the senior
ol.'i.-s, at a recent examination in a
public school, "we will have some quo
tations from d (fore ut authors. Miss
Carrie, you may give a selection indicat
ing sweetness and an antagonistic com
parison." The young lady, with mis
child spitii...!, in her eyes, arose and
electrified the audience with: "A kiss
without a moustache iw like an egg
A poor man who had a large family
broke his leg; and, as he would be for
souio time destitntu of the means of
grace, it was proposed to hold a prayer
meeting at his house. The meeting was
led by Deacon Brown. A loud knock at
the door interrupted the service, A tall,
hinlc, blue-frocked youngster stood at
the door, with an ox-goad in his hand,
and asked to 6eo Deacon Drown.
"Father could not attend this meeting,
hut he sent his prayers; and they are
out in the cart," They were brought in,
in the shape of potatoes, beef, pork, and
"What are you going to do after you
leave college?,' asked the friend of the
Junior, whose day of graduation was at
hand. "Well," replied the Senior, "I
don't quite know as vet, but I think I
shall take orders." ' his was two years
ago; and now, as the ijuolid.ini Senior
rides about in a curt ita a Mail grocer'e
third Assistant deputy, nn notes in a
book the wants of customers, and then
eonie-i around again later in ihe day and
delivers them, he smile grimly as he
thinks that the irony of fate, like thatot
souio newspaper faragraplnTs, is occa
sionally expressed in puns.
A little browu-eed, rive-year-old had
hoard his mother tell how she put down
eggs so they would keep, by betting
them on their little ends in salt. Tht
tiext day ho had somo company, a lot ol
little girls, tcTVlay with him during the
afternoon, ami he wanted them to stay
to tea, and asked his mother to make
stay, but she said nhn didn't Udiuve she
could keep them, lie went down to the
kitchen aud rame up with a box of salt
and said: "Mamma. 1 know bow you
can keep them. Keep Hu m the way Von
keep nogs," That itlcl ii.
How Elephants Multiply.
The nlopliiiiits are, of all known ani
mals, the slowest lo increase in num
ber. At the earliest, the female ele
phant does not become a parent until
the age of thirty years, and only kW
youi;;; are cspubia" of being produced
Hunt:'.' the parental period, which ap
pears to ceil -e at ninety cnrsol' age,
the average duration of ele'phaut-lifi: be
ing presumed to be about a hundred
tears. But it h moil interesting, s
til as important, in view of any specu
lation on the Incrensu of species and on
the ip.estion of competition among the
races of animal life, to reflect thai given
favovublo conditions of ei-teiiei such
as a sufficiency of food, a livcdom from
disease and from thu attack of enemies
the elephant race, slow of increase n it
is, would come in a lew thousand years
to stock Hie entire'world with its hii;:n
rcpne n I a ti vol On the data afforded
by t i io foregoing detail of thf sgc at
which Hh hi' animals pioitiii-e touuk.'.
and of their paivnUl period, it is e,'i-,
to t-aleiilate that in from seven hundred
and forty to f.evcn hundred-end i i it-,
ears niiicieeii millions of elephant's
wi.u'd remain to reppcnt a natural
population. If such a eoiiiiu-eiiey
!P' . ii rt en a slowly increuMtig nice
ii'-1! a the cleiihiuiU iinipietionably
arc. the powerful nature of the -adverse,
coie! .tioi uhieh have on-fed their kith
an I k.o (ruin a place among living
iii:i-lruin.iN run readily he. cniieelvcd.
i in i i the season of the year when
i he ,,!,. tiUuritl pupnrs arc hard at wu k
'ohi-iii;' fanners not to leave thdr 0')
mower and ..- hi reapers out in the
snow all winter, No funnel could get
ai",,B' w ah. mi nn agricultural paper.
A World of Good.
One of (lie most popular medicines now
belore the American people, is Hop Bitters.
You see it everywhere. People take it
with good effect. It builds them up. It
is not as pleasant to the taste as some other
Bitters, as it is not a whisky drink. It is
more like the old-fashioned bono set tea,
that has done a world ol good. If you
don't feel just right, fry Hop Bitters.
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child Buffering aud
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If so, go at once and get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has evtr used it, who will not tell y'cu
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief Hnd
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States.
Sold everywhere. 25 cents a bottle,
You I et, when coughs and colds are fly
in"; about like gnats in a storm, "Dr. Sell
er's Cough Syrup" is a sure cure.
Boils, pimples, and all blood diseases
are cured by "Dr. Lindscy's Blood Searcher."
Sold by all druggists. Never fails.
Loss of hair und gramess, which often
mar the prettiest face, are prevented by
Parker's Hair Balsam.
For fifteen years I have been greatly an
noyed with this distrusting disease, which
caused severe pain in my head, continual
dropping into my throat and unpleasant
breath. My sense ol smell was much im
paired. By a thorough use for six month
of Elys' Creain Bsltn I have entirely over'
como these troubles. J.B. Case, St. Deni"
Hotel, Broadway ami Eleventh street
Dr. M. T. Gamble, Fnrmingtftn. HI.,
says: "No proprietary medicine that I
handle gives aa much satisfaction as
Brown's Iron Bitters."
iiu'Kien s, Anuca Salve
The Best Salve 'u the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sorts, Ulcers, Salt Hhcutn, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to t;ive per
fect sttisfactiim, or money refunded. Price
Si") cents pr box. For eale by Geo. L
Hurnmity's prcat hope for the future is
alone to be realized in improved conditiuus
of mntriim By. What a profound obliga
tion does this fait involve! Thoso who
realize the responsibility cun hardly do bet
ter than take advice from Mrs. Lydia Pink
liiiin whose wonderful remedies for the
cure of all diseases peculiar to women arc
so justly celebrated. Send for pamphlet.
"Magnificent ptomises sometimes end
in paltry perdu mances." A mnguificient
exception to tliia is found in Kidney-Wort
which invariably performs even more cures
than it promises. Here is a siiurlc instance:
"Mother bas rocovered," wrote, an Illinois
L'irl to h-r relatives, "She took bitters tor
a long time but without an (rood. So when
she heard of the virtun-s of Kidney-Wort
she got a box ami it tins completely cured
her liver complaint."
The U. H. government aro usiug large
numbers of the Improved Howe Scales
Borden,. Sc'ileck & Co., agents, St. Louis,
'ew Jersey Premium Wine.
Physicians state that the Port Wine that
took the premium at the Centennial, pro
duced and t.ffi-red for sale by Mr. Alfred
Speer, of New Jersey, ia a wine that can
be safely used for medicinal purposes, be
ing pure and free from medication, and is
more reliable than ether Port Wines. It Is
especially recommended for weakly fe
males and the aged. The deep color is
due to the iron from the brown atone shale
rock on which the grapes irrow, which is
rich in iron. For sale byjPaul G. Schuh.
Du, Kline's Chicat Neiivb Hkstoiier is
the marvel of the na for all nerve diseases.
AU fits stopped free. Send to 9!U Arch
street. Philadelnia. Pa,
PARK 12 R'S
inn elegant drejmig
is preferred by those
who have used it, toany
similar aruile, on oc
ount. of l.'j superior
leanlineu and nuntv.
It contains materials
only that are beneficial
lo the scalp and hair
Restores the Youthful Color to Crcy or Faded Hair
l'.nlitt's Hair Palsam Is finely perfumed and is
B move dandruff audi
warranted to prevent fauW (1 ihchair and to rq.
edandmll anditdiiiig. Hi.cox St Co., N.V.
B and tl alana. at dl,n Id drugs and
A Superlative Health and Strength Restorer.
If you are a mechanic or farmer, worn out with
overwork, or a mother run down by family or house
hold duties try I'aiiki'.u's (.im.uk Tunic.
If you are n lawyer, ininiit-r or business man ex
hausted hy mental strain or anxious cares, do not take
Intoxicating itnriulanli, but u.c l'aika's Ginpri Tonic
If you have Consumption, Dyspepsia, Kheuma
lam, Kidney Conipluuiii, oranydisotiici of the lungs,
atoinadi. Iiowela, Llooilor neives Pahkpr's Oini.er
Tonic will cure yon. Itisili Greatest 1)1. od Purifier
And tin Best end Surest Cough Curo Ever Used.
If yoiiniew.ivtinUMw.iy Irani age, diwipaiion or
any disease or weakness and rnniiie a stimulant take
Cinobii Tunic at t ine: it will invigorate and build
you up from the first dose but will never inlonicate,
It has sav.J luuulu-ds of lives; it m.iy save yours.
C ACTION '-lurii.aslliiillllulri. Pnrkrr-sninjiirTnnlrli
cdii4-ii! of lha tir.t n-inriliil sir..it, id tliass-nrUI. and Itatitlraly
dntrn-nt fn.in '.-rrMiitip( K't.tf.r sl,.u, Sni.t lor circular ta
IIikoi A Co,, N. Y. on.-, A ft lit,', at ilr&lrri lo itriim
CHEAT SAVINO lit VINO rot.I.AR Blfll,
Its th h and l.oiniu Ir.ipance h is niaila this
ilelmhiful pnlunie csccedi.iijly popular. There
la nothing llko It, Insist upon having I'loKBas
Ton Cuuiohtt and look lor signature of
en Mtla. Any ilr.ngl.1 nr rf,atr In Mrfua,,,.
Mm npilv yntl, Vt awl IS crnt ill,,. ' "-"f
I.AItur, p AVI NO Ill'VlNH Ur. fi7K
av Hllf"- fill'V-.. U ra
CliillH aud Fever.
Nlmmons Liver Koitl
lator eoon broalca the
chill and carrloa th
fovor out ol the ajatem.
ll curua whoa all otbur
V t tbo relief and caro
of tbil dlelreatlDK dlt
easn use blnimoua Liv
Tho Keculator will ponltltaly cum tbla U.rlhlu
ilinfiiae. Wo aesurt rinphaticttlly what wo know to
ahoiild not ho ri-Ktirtlud aa a trilling ailment. Na
ture (ti'tnutide the turnout rotftilarlty of the bool.
Therefore asHlat nature by tHklng Hnninona Liver
UeKtilutor. It U barmlt'Ka, mild and elloctunl.
tin n or two tiihleapootifula will rellova all tho
Iruiiblen Incident to a bilious slate, auch aa Nausea
jlizr.liivae, Urowalneea, Distress alter eating-, a bit
ter had tai-tu iu the mouth.
l'eranua may avoid all attnrks by occasionally
tokitiR a doso of Hlmmona Llvor Keulator to keep
the liver iu healthy action.
i AD BREATH!
ceuerally ariaiiiK from a disordered stomach, can
be correetnd by tukiug Hlmmona Liver KuKulator.
Simmons Liver Reitulat moon eradicates tills die
easn from the aatutu, leaving the skin clear and
free from all impurities.
i tuldrou RiiiTurinji with colic soon experience ro
liel when SiininoLs Llvor Heulator ia admlnUter
cd. Adulta aleo derive crent benefit from this
medlciuo. It ia not unpleasant; it la harmless
and cilcctlvo. 1'urely vegulabla.
BLADDER &c KIDNEYS
Most nf tho diceanea ot the bUdder originate from
those of the kldneye. Keatore the action of the
liver fully aud until the kidneys and bladder will
jyTaUe only the genuine, which always baa on
tue wrapper thu red Z trade mark and signature ol
Korfcalo by all drugylats.
-MsDufacturer and Dealer Iu-
6th Sflree.i, between Toiu'l Ave. and Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIAL-TV
ALL KINDS OF AMU.NITION.
Safes lieiaired. All Kinds ol Keys Made.
ri for Soldiers, Vldows, 1'ar-
i-nie ana Children. Anv
entitle. Millions appropriated. Working lorco
aiseae, wound or inturv
noun eu. uo'i ea niaae -.nanny, fromot worn
Apply now. Fee $10. DcsertHrs entitled to all
dues and dl- ch rve un er new laws. Great sue
cess In Inrn-afo cai-e-. Bountv and back pay pro
cured, i be " orld snd Soldier." (wee ,lv oanorl.
bamelccopi free Send stair p for full Instruciona
biauks aud bounty table. r , rp ss xrrpo
f..r Inv.-nt ra A dresf X iV 1 1 O
N. . FUZGKR Lo to.. I'ens on. Patent
Land Att'ys, Wash nt'ion, U. C. ll t-d- -w-lm
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HrJfllisii.r. Ostv -i t i i hk ron N'aavi Arrto.
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Bjf.n direi-n I. .oliaur Irri day iwie. TreatiaaA
K S- tral b'irtic fr?e to Vit CaMa,ther parlnir r-inrtaa
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United States Mutual Accident
ASSOC I A I' I O.N, 409 II HO All WA Y. X.Y.
1 a 8 U It E S
',o m At cldont Insuranr.o
SJi Wericlv ludemulty
Meinhfriihin fr-e. tt. An.
nual cost . bout U). Writ-
ror circular and appilca.
tioo blank. European per
C. C. PEUrfof Ko-nrs.l'eetiCo.), Prea'nt.
J. It. I'll'OHiiU, Mrretiry.
I'eti'l for a picture of Mas. Lamqtrt; mailed free
PENNSYLVANIA Military ACADEMY
f'llbsIKH. Slat year opens September 13th
yNew lluiltlioua. Superior accommodations
Appointments complete. English, Coltiirlate
1 uetnlcal. Ctv 1 KLL'ineer re courses, nni.rn.ia
Conlerred. Apply lo W. P. Halllday. Esq., patron
v.niro, 111., or to out,, into, U VATT, rreet.
PORT GRAPE WINE
Spker'h Port Grape Wine !
I-'UITR YKAIrS nr M
TniSi-BLKriKATKI) NATIVE WINE Is mad
from the JuU.e of the Oporto Grape, raised in
tlllS rOUt.t. V. lis InvalllnhlA tnr.l ..-a .u
int K pr.ipertle are unenrpaesed bv any other
ISHt Vfl l lll.V Hi. It... Ik., t.n.n I.. I.. .. . ,,.
-, . : en.. n.M.n uriiMiai sujiervi
rtoti, iis purity Hurl retiit in ness, are euarantoed.
h-t votiui-at child nmy partake of Its d-nerons
lmilllMS. imilth.. weHko t Invalid nsn ittoadvan
Vlln. , l",r!l('l"nr'v hnnefl. tnl to the aed and
o- L " nllll,,ol'rt lo the vuriotiH ailments that
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WINK TO UK KKI IK, ,7-a
nm"s j'. ,i, Sherry.
Ti i1. .1. siti.-i?t.- r c ..y
, -, - " uw 10 .-iiipi-r'iir i.nar-
,M -rnii1 nn-ike. or the rle.h rjual tl.-a oftho Krape
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