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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MOENLVO. DECEMBER 19. IS8S.
' A fa i ITAM BOUND TO BlSf
PURE CREAM TARTAR.
If alum or any Injurious substunocscuii be found
In Andrews Pearl Baking Powder. Is pos
tively PUKE. lioliisc-iidorni-d.and tiwtimonlals
recclve-d Inmi audi chemists as.S. hum liays, Bos
ton; M. Ik'lal'ontaino, of Chicago; and Ciustavu
Bode, Milwaukee Never ri!i! in bulk.
C. E. ANDREWS Sl CO.
5 Michigan. Av,
2s:, toai'j; e. wuut
Pi'frftrflirf. la warrant, d hiitis-
factory to Its wenrnr in t-vory ny,
r the money will bo refunded tv
tbo person from whom itwue houtftit.
TlinnnlTCorwt pronnr.vl hy our ttHng I liyMi l -hi
aotlnJufhiBBtothnweiiier. nndrni'.ir.u-'II y Inf Hew .
the "nKwlCDiurortaljIe and perfect (!t'uc Lorl
n"d " PRICES, by MnlL Peataee I'aMi
Health rrconlnir. 1 -&0- Kcir.AUutJD.lst.50
Abdominal (ritrabrBTy) 3.00. Nur.lng, l.0
Health l'reaervlnai (line coutll .0, Paraaon
Pur unlet by leading lietull Healers everywhere.
CHICAGO COUSbT CO., CUIcuku, 111.
Is a preparation of Protoxide of Iron, Peruvian
(lark anil the Phosphates, associated with tha
Vegetable Aromatlcs. Endorsed by the Medical
Profession, and recommended hy them for )ys
ptpsla, C.enrral Drbllity, Fesnale Dl.
rn, Want of Vitality, Kervoaa Pros.
Irallon, t'onvnleacrncr from Ftirn
and 1 hronlc 4 liilla nntl ft r. Ittervel
every purpose where a Tunic la necessary,
Kanafictarei by The Dr. Barter SlcJicine Co, SL Louis.
The follnwlnjr li ono of the very many tatlmo
Dial we are rticelvlusf dully:
(hnttmm Some throe month ago I boron tha
DM Of Dll. IlAKTEll'H luox Toniu, upon the ad
vice of ninny friends who knew Its virtues. 1 was
suffering from ireueral detillliy to such an extent
that my labor waaexeocdlnply burdensome to trie.
A vacation of a montli did not iilve tne much ro
lief, but on the contrary, was followed hy In
created prostration and sinking chills. At thll
time I befan the use of youi litos Tonic, from
which I realized almost Immedlato and wonderful
results. The old enemy relumed and I found that
my natural force was not permaucntlv abated. I
have used three bottles of the Tonic, blnce uslns,
It I have done tw Ice the labor that I ever did lu the
same time during my Illness, aud with double tin
eaae. With the tranquil nerve and vhrorof body,
haa come alo a clearness of thought never before
enjoyed. If the Tonic haa not don tbo Work, 1
know not what. 1 trtve H the credit.
Most gratfunv jj0"
Troy, 0., Jan. a, 1878. 'pastor christian Charoh.
'Sale by Drugfrl and Genaral Dsil'-rs Evcrvwhsn
'HE GREAT CURE
la it la for ail tha painful discnace of the!
KIDNEYs, LIVER AND B0WEL8.
It oleanaea the ayatcm of the acrid nataon
that eaoaee tho drcodl'ul auffeilcg whloh
0x117 tb Tlsuma of EheumAMam can reallx.
THOUSANDS Opt f!APm
Ief the wont forma of tliia trrlblo dlaoaae
I rim, i. LiqviD or nut, cold iiv unrcoum.
lirycnn heiei.t hvuialL
EVERY PBOFMARSTOH'S NEW WORK"
I and aeatiAlal htmlf with ih. n.nv
and aoiualol hlmvlf w lib Iht naojr vital
1 fata IWetji Ml furib rwrdlbf ih. vsrtoul
iiuroi. mqq r-mnw 01 .irrvou. una r bjn
lull lrblll7, Meaunl Unay an4 lh
4u.nl.ri frwlurc4 b; ladiMrailon. w Ks
It .nitadl.i 111. larte .ipvtrl.no. of
IdlM.M. a lift amilT. Illuatr.txl Hb out.
tn4(iil. Th. MKDK'Ab HKF.kLY .art,
" r.r.rj niaa "III pruOl by iu ptniitb" L'o.
Ill th. pr..eni .dluua li citt.u.t.a a oopy
IU k wbI frr. 00 .fpUctton M Ik.
h inituni vliinom ho hu ma1, ih.u
AEhIO.1 UESEUI CO., IDS Fulton SU, San Toik.
a iunrn pnficripiion rr one or tne
moatnotQ ni1 uccnlul iiriKll.ta In the f. B.
JOal .W)off, IS raA tiraoaml Itrrui. heni
iu plain iu.t..cuvelue'rie. DriiKHl.tacitu Oil IL
Address DR. WARD A CO.. Louisiana. Mo
J rrr.; ll-DU lo
tens . IprlriKM la .urlna 1i'at. l Un UI.mmI, Sikle and
Hoava.-NvrT.iu iPelillll.v, lnipnirnr, Oraanln
WMknraa, l.unni-rhoit. ) pklllllo and Mereurlul
IfMUm aiwUllr Irvateii u ifntitln i.nuni.i. 1,
viib mi. awl ,un rniiaair,. 1 all or riu tor Ll.l of Uui.
ana. la W ai,..r1 br Oiomi d.-alrltin Irr.lmral hr Bull.
(rmamlwln fr.ua Meptaraik.Ml.wBt1 Ibrir aritrv
aa laara MMlalat la Ihalraataamaa. I) r aat a traia. f
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avaiaui.ieut.ij vt.M 11IIIIJ V Vat Alia.
.lM,pat m pafaa. in, aino jn apooj t-na anaim wtjt mM
JJJ.W i.,,l,y bmm .rtJ. Iu,. . ja.7.7!ltll
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aaji eflftanatrr ajnivnaj,! 'it
liaafl l.lM po. nima tanij
Sag a. aa aiitna pti. iaaa(
The Cloning Tear.
Fa-tor than pofnla full on windy duya
Prom rulnod roar.
Hnpo afitr Uopn falls Hiittorlnif, anil docaya.
Ero tbo yuitr clom'a.
For little hnpi'k. Hint opoti but to die,
And little pleasuri1",
Divhln tht luiiif, Mini ycHr, tbitt labors hy,
Into abort incuHnrcs.
Yo, lot thpm gn! our dny lived hopos aro not
The llfowe chorlHh;
Love livoe, nil dl-nppnlntracnta are forjjot
And sorrows poriab.
On withered boughs, wheru still tbo old leaf
Now i nvua come never;
Aud in tbo benrt, wboro hope bnna laded,
No new mdeavor.
HOW TO MAKE HOLIDAY PEE3ENTS.
Hints of Inexpensive Preaents, How to Make and
Where to Oot Them A W iliper About
Garters, Stocklnga and Oorsete.
While tho liolidrtvs are joyous for the
men and jolty for tlio children they are
fraught with anxiety for the women,
who riot only must h titicipiito the pas
tronomio wants of the household, hut
manufacture and "invent something for
everybody, regardless of jigo or sex.
The larger her connection the greater
her responsibility', ami long before the
big cousin with tlio little nnistacho and
tho new babv nephew have been thought
or poor mm Deris on tlio verge oi dis
traction. hile.it is a delightful essen
tial that all should be remembered, it is
by no means imperative that the favors
should tax the purse. And for the bene
fit of thoso with whom economy is an
urgency tho following suggestions are
One of tho most effective and inexpen
sive waste baskets can be devised for
less than 50 cents. Got a stout peach
basket from your grocer and cover it in
side and outside with Hny material that
is handy. If iutended for a room much
used, cover it again with some blue pa
per cambric, stretched on plain. Gel
two yards of doited muslin and have
tho inner side put on in gathers and the
outer drapery laid in a looso plaiting.
Cover the connection around the brim
with a niching of blue satin ribbon,
which can bo purchased any place fur
12 cents a yard. This design is exceed
ing pretty if the outside is covered with
fcilk cut in little gores to fit tho basket.
Have Swiss tarletan or mull lining, and
finish off with a band made of piece
feathers, such as duck, quail, or pen
cock. These baskets are frequently seen
in handsomely furnished libraries, sitting-rooms,
aud chambers for waste pa
per or a catch-all for the threads and
tooth-picks that are constantly appear
ing on the carpets. For a different ct In
of parlor receptaclegeta common paste
board box, such as shirts are sold in,
aud after removing the edges roll the
cover in the form of a cylinder, lacing
the edges together with a piece of cable
cord. Cut out a circular piece for tho
bottom aud sew it in with the cord. Lino
the entire iuside and the outside of the
baso with some dark serge orcashmure.
fiet a pieen of coarso canvas, work in a
cross-siiixj ,.;i l border pattern having
different but harmonious colors for every
stripe. Use doublo zephyr as that is tho
best for entirely covering the lines of
the canvas. It will be well to beiect
black or dark wine color for the back
ground as the dusting and sweeping
will tell on light worsteds, l'it this over
tho box and finish the upper and lower
edge with a heavy black ilk cord. If
desired for a little "crap-bag put a loop
of the rord on one eido and hang in tbo
corner near the machine.
For a housewife tiioro are few offer
ings from a friend that will bo more ac
ceptable than ascwing-apron. L'segruqj
linen, duck, or somesimilar stout good",
being careful to select a gray or durable
browp. You can buy a paper pattern
for loc with full directions for making
and trimming. For tho same tireless
worker two or three dainty dust-caps
will be appreciated. Cut tho paper mus
lin, which should not bo of a light color,
circular, about twelve inches in diame
ter, and got the edge pinkud. Huu a
narrow casing two inches from the edge
andrather with a flat elastic.
A dozen kitchen aprons mado of
brown gingham, with bib and button,
will cost $3, and where ia tho housewife
that will not onthuse? Equally useful is
a couplo of holders, wadded, quilted
and bound with a good sized loop at
one corner, so as to secure It for ironing
day. We have soon a snniple of this
kind of work. Tlio possessor received it
on her wedding day, and the carefully
applied patches and the darns upon
darns was sullicient evidence that it had
Ko bath-room in complete in its ap
pointuients until there is a bracket with
a pair of toilet gloves on it. These an.
knitted or crocheted with white ever
lasting braid, in mitten shape, largi
enough to cover a man's hand. They
cost nothing but the time spent in mak'
ing them, and any seven-year-old girl,
or uoy euner, ior mat manor, can ot
shown how to make them. If the friend
ship is sufficiently intimate use the saint
material and two" knitting needles mak
ing a little square or a rectangular plect
of work for wanhrags. A collar or hand
kerchief hag to hang near the toilet tablt
is a less suggestive gift and a handy
, one, too. Jt can bo made of graduated
pieces in tidy-cotton, crocheted in tht
afghan stitch, decorated, and sewed to
Kether with scarlet worsted: or a cheap
er and equally serviceable method Is tc
crochot an open work bac to a piece ol
silver cardboard about six inches deep,
with a circumference to suit the tosto
One seen last week had been manufact
ured from a pair of father's old duck
pantaloons. The bug, which was used
lor holding pieces of soiled laces, meas
ured some twelve inches in depth, and
the Mdo gores were bound together with
An tifter-dinuer apron for a lndv can
ho fashioned from any kind of fine cot
ton goods ruflled with deep embroidery.
Hut these worn with u handsome toilet,
when the ludy whiles away tho time
with some fancy-work, are mado of tine
bobinet hoavilv darned with tloss or
linen thread. The rufllo is ninths of tho
self same material aud a largo satin how
to correspond with tho band takes the
place of a pocket. This little gift con
sumes h vast amount of time but it is "a
tiling of beauty, etc." whim done.
11 deviling presents for several ladies,
and there Is no objection to duplicates,
procure three or four yard of guipur
embroidery and make some collars. ' If
dubious about the shape, buy one al
ready made and use it as a" pattern.
The sainnle costs 75 cents, but out of a
yard of tlio material, which aolls for DO
ecu Is, l luce can be made. Mark wlih
Indelible Ink nnd send In a neat paper
box. Girls like bustles and nobody
but u girl can esliiuato I ho comfort and
durability of ono of those wiry append
ages, especially if it bo homeninile),
Cut tho back piece the length desired
and l'ulllo with tho haircloth, laying
them in plaits or heavy gathers. Semi
nary chums knit black silk stockings,
mittens and fascinators for each other,
nnd nice exchanges they are, too. Gar
ters, however, will bo tho staple this
year. Knee-band3 aro fashioned from
plain silk clastic, fastened with gold
clasps that are obtained at the large
jewelry stores. When a brass or metallic
bucklo" is used it is covered with it
largo rosette made of dozens and doens
of loons of narrow gross-grained rib
bon. 'Ihu haberdashers of tho city carry
it largo assortment of these sedueiivo
little zones, and also supply circular
boxes, which, when tilled anil covered
with the glass lid, make a very natty
Apropos" of, the subject of theso deli
cate gifts so dear to tho feminine heart,
it may be interesiiiisr to make ineiiiion
of the" fact that coraets which have been
previously decorated with hand em
broidery ' will be extensively used for
presents where the acquaintance is per
missablo. A newly married lady would tind' a
set of dinner mats as eoinoly as they are
useful. Crochet in circular or "oval
shapes with darning cotton, earning as
a stiffening a ball of hempen tvt ino. If
the time cannot be spent in tho work,
a very good substitute may be bought
for 7.") cents, which admits of hand
painting or will gratify because of their
One who handles the pigments and
brush dexleronslv wiil be able to de
light some dear one with a box of hand
painted note paper, or a case of regret
card. A hundred calling cards, penned
by a sister or friend, would bo invoiced
"priceless." Girls hate flowers for Christ
mas or wedding presents, and although
one rarely hears about ono girl giving
another a flower offering, hanging
baskets, ivies and pots of blooming
plants often exchange nands. If aflower
ing plant is decided upon keep tho How.
ers back by pulling off the buds until
nearly the "time for presentation has
arrived. For neck wear get from one
to two-and-a-half yards of silk ribbon
and after fringing out the ends paint n
cluster of rose buds or somo loose rie'd
flowers to reach not more than four
inches high. While this is less trouble
it is also iess pretty than a tie made ot
piece goods cut on tho bias, hemmed
and finished at the ends with a piece ol
oriental or imitation of Irish lace.
Many ladies who have a large circle
to goaVound and little timo in which to
manufacture their gifts, aud what is
most lamentable, 1ps money with which
to buy them, wiil be sorely perploxed in
performing this miasioa of love satis
factory to themselves. There are pleut)
of decorative novelties that can be made
out of fans, feathers, card-board and
ribbons. Wreaths ot evergreen dotted
with hollv berries is one reserve. For
perish abfe gilts select sumo pretty
and withal inexpensive little baskets",
that can be used afterward for hairpins,
matches or needlework. Buy loost
candies, flowers, nuts and fruits, and
fill them at home. Put a necdlebook oi
pin case uniler tbe candy, and a tiny
cut-glass bottle filled with rierfuran oi
aromatic salts will enhance the fruit
basket, which may be a beauty and cost
less than 50 cents. Hor?e-hoes may ba
had for the asking, and it need not be
the work of a genius to get a dimo't
worth of gilding-paint and 20 tenti
worth of ribbon, "and fissure the recipi
ent that your love is hers. Then there
ar thimbles, by the score, sterling sil
ver, for t0 and 75 cents each, and for a
couplo of dimes you can have the ini
tials or pet name engraved on one ol
the angular corners. If in tho rut ol
despair, got the rosy light hearted cousin
three yarns of wido'Vibbon in oiive,
amber or crimson, to tie round horeloak
collar, ntid she will glo'ify your name.
A West Sidi) beauty allowed a trio of
hat bauds for as many brothers-in-law,
and the window picture framed with
love wa all, she said, that sister could
have. On one, of her forest tramps sha
had stripped some white birches of thcit
jacket, and its value now is percepti
ble. On a square of black card-board she
had placed h couplo cf figures cutout
of the birch bark. '1 he little girl has
a lozengo on tho end of her tongue,
which provokes the lad at her side to
Mul l of Ailiettn, e'ro wo pi.-t,
fi o, eh iflvc- mo bie-k my heart.
The details of costume and landscape
aro touched up with paint, audit-, n
whole, the composition is an intefe ,.
ng one. -ViiK t'f) fl.nl I.
Kino Tailors Make a Man.
Tho phrase, "It takes nine tailor to
make a man," originated many centu
ries ago, It was known boforo the time
of good tjuccu Hess, who, one day, on
receiving a deputation of eighteen tai
lors, liddresseil them: "Good day, gen
tleman, both." Wo have heard 'its ori
gin explained in this way; Oin-o upou a
time a homeless orphan hud applied for
assistance at a fashionable London tai
lor's, where nine joiirueyui 'n were cm
jiloj nd. The boy's condition stirred the
benevolence of the nine, who each gave
him 1 rliillitig. Willi this slender capi
tal tho youth started in the flint busi
ness, and iu timo became' very rich, and
retired from bu.iiness. Then, instead
of having a coat of arms, ho emblazon
ed upon hi? spoons ntid panels the
grateful motto: "Xine tailors mado m
a man." Here is another verum,
showing In v a whole generation may
be led off the ri'-ht track bv a mi.-snell-
cd word: "N'ine tailors niiiko a man"
is an odd saving, nnd a good illustra
tion of our statement. To look down on
tho worthy profession of the cloth-cut-ter
beciuiMi of such a provorb shows a
want, of proper instruction. In the old
en timo when a person died the church
bell tolled once for every year tho de
parted had lived. Hut from tho tolling
of tho bell no ono could toll whether the
deeensed w as a man or woman. To
satisfy public curiosity, perhaps, on
that Kubjeot, tho sexton, after tolling
the ago, gavo eight quick strokes of the
bell li the deceased whs a woman, and
nine if it was a man, and these quick
(drokos at the end of the tolling were
called "tailor," because they were at
the tail end of tho whole business.
Heneo the proverb, "Nine tailors uiako
a mau." -
Chill and Fever.
chilli and carries tha
fever out ol the system.
It cures when all other
S ck Headache.
V r the relief and cure
of this distressing dla-eas-
nse Slninioue Liv
Tho Rofnilator will positively enre this twrlble
disease, we assert emphatically what we know to
be true. .'
should not bo retarded as a trifling ailment. Na
ture tlemunds the utmost reitnlarlty of the bnwele,
riiereforo aialat nature by takinif Simmons Liver
Regulator. It Is harmleea, mild and etluctual,
One or two tahleapoonfuis will relievo all tho
troubles Incident to a bilious stale, such as Nausea
Oiiziness, Drowsiness, Distress alter eating, a hit
ler bad tante lu the mouth.
Persons may avoid all attacks by occasionally
liikinif a doo of Simmons Llvor KoKiilator to keep
the liyer lu healthy action.
li AD BREATH!
inmornlly arlrinx fru a disordered stomach, cot
be. corrected bv tiikins Simmons Liver hogulator.
:'-lmmnna Liver Hetruht rsoon eradicates this dl
rate from tue system, leaving the sklu clear aud
true from all Impurities i
Children sufTeftnn with colic soon experience re
lief wlieu bimmous Liver Ht-nulntor Is administer
ed. AnnUs also derive great benefit from this
medicine. It is not unplua-ant; it la harmless
and clicctiva. Puiely vegitabla.
BLADDER Sc KIDNEYS
Mot of the diseases ol the bladder originate from
tliore of the kidneys. He-tore the action of the
liver lulU aud both the kidneys and bladder will
J.VTake onlv the genuine, which always haa on
the wrapper the red Z trade mark and signature ol
For sale by all dnie?lsts.
tN aai -v A week made at borne by :ht Indus
L ' V Itrious. Best nueiue.s now hef re the
J i nb lc. Capital nut needed. We
fill I jwili atari you. .Men. women, bos
it and clrls wanted everywheie to work
torus. Now i the time. Yon ran
work In ;ir e time, or civo tour whole time to the
bja ne-s No other bu-ine s will pay yon nearly
a well No or ocan fall to tn a'e enormous pay,
by etiyacein at once. Cosily on: fit and term free
.Mot.ev mad-- left, easily, and honorably. Address
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HOLE MAKCFACTCREUa oP
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" LITE." a Pure Olive Oil Toilet Soap
PORT GRAPE WINE
Spkku's Pout Grape Wine !
roUtt YEAKS OLD.
rrniS t'EI.EnitATBl) NATIVE WINB Is mado
fromihnjulcoof the Onorto Orapo, rnlsod In
thlscouM'y. Its Invaluablo tonic and sireneth
enlnn liroperlios aro itiisurpanssd bv any other
Native Vyiun. IIdIih- the pure Juice of tie Grape,
produced under Mr. Mponr's own porsonal stipcrvl
sion, lis purity and -ntneas.are guaranteed.
1 h-iyounest child m partak-t of Its R'-nerous
qimlltloa, and tho wouko-t Invalid use It lo advan
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debilitated, and suited lo lbs various ailmunts that
WISE TO BK "KETi, tf ln A
Sheer's P. J. Sherry.
Tlie P. J.bllKHRV Is a wine of Superior Char
acter and artukesoftberlchquaMiosoftlifl srana
frntn wh-rh II is mado For Purity, Richness, I'la
vot and Medicinal Properties, It will bo lound un
Spot's P. J. Brandy.
This HltANDV stands unrivaled In this fjoitntry
lip'iiB fir a'lperli.r for medicinal purposes. It l a
piireilmillliitloii Iro-'i Ihn uraps, and con'alns vul.
uahle meillclnal prnnnrtles. It. has a dollcate flu.
vnr. slm lnrto thatoflhe jrapns, from which It is
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L?i ''i?,nSl!8,,h?: V' Rtifo of ALFRED
BP K ICK, Pa-salr,, h. J a ovnr tbo cork of vacb
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