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Till DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 23 1882.
T 4 jcJBjVHARl BAKING POWOEfSJ
j 'l r itam bounpto Riarx
PURE CREAM TARTAR.
Ifnlum or any injurious subsutieiiiciui bo found
in Andrews' I'carl Baking Powd or. Is pos
tlvcly PURE. k'.i:iKiiiiiorH'l,H!i(l testimonials
received I n mi surli chemist as. S, I)nuu UnyH, Dot.
ton; M. lKiafontninp, of Chlc.iKi'i; nml Ouotaviis
Kmc, Jlilwwikt'C. Never sold in liullc.
C. E. ANDREWS A, CO.
CHICAGO, M I LWAU ICEE,
If. Mitliiyau Av. 287. 1M A 'ill E. Water
I'.'. u-rv Corset in vrriH'Hiiti'il hsi;is
i.wt ry to Lt.- wohm in eve: y v. i"-,
or the money will bo t tuii-lcil ly
the jiorsou from whom ii wur boti;;l.t.
Th.ti:vPilt-l iironoii'.oi'il bv our li-ntim.' In 'iclnlH
not Inlurtuu. l tln innli fiiVi-i. 1 y t:..ii- n
the " lU'.sl comfortable ntul pii'l't'l filtu i: t "ma cut
mudu " .
I'RICF.S.bv Mull, I'miurt 1'iildl
llMtllh Preserv I iik. !..-.. K ir.Al.!ul!iiK, V &0
Abiloinliiul cti-ti hcnv j f 2."0. .nratr.r, f t -Ml
Health I'lfwrvli'ii iflue coiilll K.0f. 1 ornioii
M.irl ku..iiri. ij, at.All.
Flip snip by leading t.'diili D.-iiliii-. everywhere.
Chicago coi: .'Mcuk, 111.
Is a preparation of 1'rotoxldo of Iron, Peruvian
liark nml Hie Phosphates, associated with the
vegetable Aromatic. Kwloneil by the Medical
rrotrssion, aim recoiiinioncicu ty mem inr s.ys.
pipkin. sMeiiernl U'hllltT, I'emalr !)!
raara, Wanlof VTtnlily, -rroa Frog,
(ration. o urn nc-r from (vr
nil t lironle liKi? ml Fvtvr. ltaervel
every purpose where, a 'lu.MC In necessary,
Hjnufactartd by The Dr.lhrtcr Medicine Co, SLloBa
The following In one of tbe vary many testlmo.
Dials we urc receiving dully t
eMlfcmi:-Ronie three month men I herna the
cite of lm. Hahtku'h Iuhn 'Ionic, uiiou Uio ad
vice of msny friends who knew ltd virtues. I win
utTf i lnar from iieneriil drbllliy tn such an extent
that my iaborwsexi'P.((tliiily btirdenuouietomo.
A vacation of a mouth did not alvc me tiiui b re
lief, hut on the contrary, was followed by In.
creased pio'lrutlim and ehikhu clillln. At this
time I begun tho ito of yout ltiON Tonic, from
which 1 realized utmost luiiue.llu'e and wonderful
remit. The old eneiyy returned atid 1 round that
iny natunil force wns not, permanently abated. J
nave used three bottles of thnToNU'. bltice using
HI hsve done twice the labor that I ever did la thu
same tlmedurlnK my Illness, and with double th
ea?e. With the )ninitill nerve and vlgorof body,
Iia comu ulo a clearnefs of thought never befors
ciioyed. If the Tun to has not anno the work, I
know not what. 1 plve It the credit.
J. P. WA'lwofc.
Troy, 0., Jan. 1, 1378. I'anlur C'lirJUji Churolu
tSit by DrusjjI'U and Gncrl Dtzljri Everywhori
HE CHEAT CURE
Aa It is for tli t'ao painful dlsnosea of the
KIDNEYS, LIV AND BOWELS.
It olo&nsos t ,o syiUm of the artd rwlson
that causes the iht.Wul uffttrlng whloh
OBlf ths vlotims of Rheumatism can realise,
TH0U5ANQ3 OF CASC3
f the wont tan t f thin t'rrbii disease
hv been quickly relieved, sijd In oaart time
PltlrX. l. I KM If) lilt !HV, NOl.t) I V DIICCCISTS.
l'ry ein t wr.t lir lualk
WEI.M. EICirAIl JiHO X & Co. . IhiTln rian Vf
i:j - rjsr. X". - . jw.t - v -
PROF. MARSTON'S NEW WORK
u4 iulot hftiilf Uh Hit many viul
Ucit uitrifln irl rurin rfKriJnj iv rarlou
ifi.ru'i atil rkt if .Nvrvitui mitl Phval-
'di.ortleri r-liicM by lb4iacrtilD or Ki
I bo imnvDi i.bTirifca Su hat Wsvl the
''iiM-i.ei Htf iiu-Jr. llluiitRtrxl wttb oo 1.
reaM. it trail"!! u larRt imnia 01
1 vt,i ( tfti. Th U l.liK'Ati WM.hLV ?!,
" hvery naD will prolH ut poruml." ('a
111 ihr irncat ciittuo ii aihui4 a oop
wlll bo rut fr-t on aprltun to tbe
BUUKTo UL31KUV ((., Fulton Ktv New York
A favnrit nr'MTlM'cin of ono of tli
Dkmi notl n.ttd Ktn'cetu) "l riuilsi4 In tti 1. H.
inow fottr-fsl . Inr Hi' rttr- tif .li'ri'foiifV f bUfffi
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Vu ttinili . Ul V:lup-. lJri.ftg.MN Ull 111! lu
AddrM DR. WARD A CO . Loultiana. Mo
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lion, w b. sn.wrnl tr Okiw (te.irli.r nr.tiilrlit In tii.il.
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HARRIS REMEDY C0.rmV:il.
71 " 'I'U IMI H.,l rtlB'i III
uv 'iJK&fflJtfs I .". '"' r-.nu.ue. i,i
r VTr r F -'" iivtuis . uiumbi. an.
Is. I iMnu.k w rifrnt a furs, unleM la k .i t.iw.,1 a IS . T i
Ma Us sums mxI aw. 1 . tits Mat Mini M .P umu,
t if if r
A Canadian Oourtship.
A nml roinrtnwj oiictirrcti lately lir a
hotel In Moutroal. In tho hotel tlioromi
iipont of ft rcsHU)tiililo compnny boiinU
Oil whilo in tho city. In tho Biimn liotfl
nn Anicrican yonnjjhuly vn domicilud.
Tho Inly wns jik'usant and nceonipli.sh.
cil. Tho younu: p'tiilniiiun at llrst view,
rd tlm lady nimiirinly at n dintanro,
but too timid to Approach. Day liy day
his interest grow blrongcr. Ho liiui nev
er spoken to her nor sho to lpm, ami, no
far ns lie was concerned, thU was wliat
ho most earnestly dewired sho niiht tlo.
Ih this dilemma ho applied to a friend
for advice. ,-J)o you eat at the uainn
table:"' asked tho 'friend. "Yds," wan
tho reply. "Then 1 would adviso you
tho next time voti dine to ask tho lady
Jo jiums tho salt." "All ritfht," Hihod
tuo lovo-sick Iiero. J ho tollowing uay
he intended to put his friend's advice
into operation, but was most delightful
ly bulked by thu lady asking him "to
pleaso pass the salt." From that mo
ment tho ico was broken, till at last tlm
lady ikod for the gentleman's card,
in order that, she might know whom
sho was eoiivorsin;; with. Tho gentle,
man at onco handed the lady his busi
ness card. Matters then" went on
smoothly, all tho whilo tho couple en
joying each other's company at con
certs, operas, etc. At length this state
of mutters was brought to a crisis. Tho
lady was about to return to tho States.
Tho lover was perploe,d and again ap
plied to Ids friend for advice, who at
onco advised him to pop tho question
and thus settle anxiety. Sho was will
ing to bocomo one with him. Tho ques
tion then camo, when tho happy day
would bo. Sho replied to-morrow.''
To tbis tho gentleman at first demurred,
as ho had certain business matters to
fix. She told him to leave them alono
and write to his emplyors resigning his
position and leave tho re.it to her. Ho
complied; they were married and went
to the States, where tho Canadian gen
tlemau learned that he had married a
young widow worth iO.OQO. lu his
happiness he did not forgot the frieud
who advised him. He sent thai, gen
tleman a check for 2,000 with a letter
of thanks for his kind advico in ena
bling him to become a rich and happy
man, through tho possession of a hand
some and loving woman. The gentle
man who tendered the advice felt dubi
ous as to the reality of the cheek, and
ditl not present it at the bank for sonio
days. At last ho put the mailer, to tho
test, and was informed Hie money bad
been lying in tho bank at his order for
a number of days. And so the romance
ended to the satisfaction of all persons
Smoking and f pitting.
" A lady writer inlhe I!o.4bn Ailvcr
tUcr has poured in a broadside of de
nunciatory criticism on tho men , w ho
smoke and spit in public places, the
streets and ears especially. The .biTr
tiftr heaitl 1 it I'omplaint patiently, and
replied in a really philosophic temper;
the gist of its advice being that what
people on tho whole are willing to put
up with, I ho few who are incommoded
or offended must try and put up with
the best way they can. It is quite too
bad to have to nnxwor a sensitive wo
man's complaints in that way, butwhat
can be done? It is all out of the ques
tion to think of slopping tho practice of
smoking. Yet wo think it but right and
courteous that smokers should consider
that not every one smokes. A puff of
tobacco smoke in the face is like a sick
ening dose to many persons, men as well
as women. Ordinarily, a gentleman
does not snioko In tho street, except at
But on tho subject, of spitting there is
more to be said. There is altogether
too much of it, and it is done too indis
criminately. A person who is capable of
any relloction idiotild at least see for
himself the common decency of spitting
oil' the sidewalk instead of upon it. The
habit of spitting on floors that are walk
ed over by others is simply indecent.
And tho practice of disgorging in the
corners of tho floors beneath car-seats is
unqualifiedly vile. As for squirting
about in tho passage ways of railway
ears, tlm person who does it needs a
gtvat deal of training before being ad
mitted into any apartment where either
gentlemen or"ladic. arc. Men should
prepare themselves for their railroad
ride just as they do for their dinner;
they can liuisli their spitting before they
cuter llie oars, and bold up at least un
til they have ended their ride, especially
if it is to bo a short one. few habitual
ppitters know what a perfect torture of
disgust they inllict on others by tho
ostentatious display they make of this
Is Bait Healthful?
r A correspondent of tho English Mo
chanic says: "Whoever judgw by the
effect on dogs of what would bo the ef
fect on human beings must make mis
takes. There is not tho least reason to
suppose that the effect would be the
same iu the two cases. I do not fancy
that a diet of thistles with luinpsof rock
salt would be beneficial to man, but
donkeys certainly thrive on both. It is
a well known fact that tocxperinient on
animals with drugs fur the purpose of
ascertaining their effect is futile and ut
terly useless, the action being dilVeivnt
on nearly all. Tobacco is harmless to a
goat, lachesis (raitle-snake) to a pig,
Btnchnine to a toucan, and lmllndi.nn
(deadly nightshade) to a rabbit; but all
them are ileadly poisons to num. 1 do
not know whether salt (chloride of sod
ium) bo good or bad; but, as a fact, I
do not eat more than a teaspoonful a
year, aud am very healthy. I have often
noticed that persons who are fond of
salt are generally unhealthy or half de
veloped, but I do not know whether this
is the cause or tho effect."
How iUucnhower and His Men Wero Bu
ried. The reports of Engineer Melville and
Lieut. Danenhower, made to the Navy
Department, give details of their jour
ney after the separation of tho boats,
most of which have .already been pub
lished, Melville, in giving the details of
thu burial of DeLong and his party, says
the bodies were placed in a liox'made
of 7 inch planks, the box being feet
long, 7 feet wide, and 2 feet deep. In
the center was planted a cross made of
spar Ii) inches in diameter, wilh tho
names of all the men cut on it in letters
3 inches long. Tho box was placed on a
rock 400 foot high, the cross projecting
a distance of 18 feet above.
When Hops am $1.85 por lb. as now, an
acre will yield $1,000 profit, and ytt tho
best family 'medicine on earth, Hop Bit
ters, contain the smite quantity of Hops and
are fluid at tho same price fixed yearn ngo,
although Hops now aro twenty times high
er than then. Raise Hups, get rich in pock
et ; use Hop Bitters and got rich iu health.
Inseusiblo tu Abuse.
If a public man is thin-skinnod aud
rends tho newspapers, ho is likely to
have a hard life of it. Ho needs to have
tho triple coat of- brass, which Iloraco
speaks of, to blunt the barbed arrows
shot at hini by tho censors of tho press.
Silas Wright, one of the great leaders
of tho Democratic party in Now York
fifty years ago, had an unfailing nnti
doto for tho rancor of abuse, he didn't
One day the editor of n paper which
had been attacking Mr. Wright savage
ly for many weeks met him at a party,
and apologized for an article in that
morning's paper, saying ho had found
out during tho day" that tho charges
"I do not understand yon," answered
. Iho bland statesman.
"Why, I have found out that the
article I published about you, this
morning, was not true."
"Mo!" was the answer, in a blander
tone, "nief You haven't been writing
against mo, bavo you?"
"Yes, for six months." . ,
"You don't say so. I never heard of
it," coolly replied Mr. Wright.
"Then I'll write no more," said tho
chagrined editor, who had been letter
ing him.sclf that he was goading Mr.
Wiight to tho quick.
If nobody read or commented on
abusive articles, they would soon dis
appear from the public press. The read
er who enjoys them is a party to slander.
Functional derangement of tho female
sjetem is quickly cured by the use of Dr.
K. V. Pierce's "Fuvorito Prescription." It
removes pain and restores herdth and
sticugth. Hy all druggists.
Left to His Conscience.
During the past summer a number of
Baptists in a certain village in New
York State entered upon the work of
erecting a church edilieo. One day
when old farmer tiilby was in town
was informed of the project aud asked
to come down wit I i a handsome sub
script ion. "How much do you expect
me to ;;ign?" ho asked, as ho looked ov
er the subscription papers. "We will
leave it entirely to your conscience,"
was the reply. The old gentleman w iped
olf his hands, put on his spectacles, and
having borrowed a pencil, put his name
down for 60 cents. "Fifty cents, eh?"
observed the man who had presented
the paper. "Well, brother Gilby, 1
must say that you have a mighty small
conscience." "It may look that way at
first sight," calmly replied tho old
man," "but when I can have ono of the
best pews iu the Methodist church foi
nothing, it seems as it ,V) cents was all I
could pay to run the risk 'if being saved
by any other denomination."
"Maky chsi s of fever und iigue, dumb
aue aud congestive chills, were promptly
arrested and entirely banished by tho use
of your Simmons Liver Regulator. Y u
don't s:iy half em. ugh in regard to tho ifli
Cttcy of your v.ilunble medicine- in 'caei of
ague, intermittent fever, etc. Every ch..c
has bo n urn sted immediately, Buliuvc
me, wh"M 1 s ty I was a sutfnrer for yc-irs
with the liver disease, and only find relief
by us'uiy your medicine.
"RoiiKKT J. Weeks,
lfitivbi, Kii'o Co., 111.'"
Will you Cough wlie-i Shiloh's Cure will
give immediately relief. Price, 10c. 50c.
Richard Dolguaor, of Columbia, 111.,
writes "Brown's Irou Bitters is the bctt
tonic medicine I have ever found : I will
Fakmeks and others desiring n uenteel,
hit i stive uirency business, by which $5 to
$20 a day can bo earned, 8'Jtid address at
otue, on post il, to H. C. Wilkinson & Co.,
105 nd 107 Fulton street, Now Yoik.
Shiloh's C.ttirrh Remedy a positivo
cure foi C:itHiili, Diptheria ncd Canker
HucKicn s Aridcii Salve
The Best Sulve '.n tho world for Cuts.
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Suit Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Coi ns, mill all Skin Eruptions, und pesttively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect Btitisf'nction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per lies. For salt) by Geo, E
Mr. J. VANUiiitvuK.v, Druggists, Grand
Haven, Mich. -I c;ui safely recommend
Ely's Cieam I'ulnt tor the cure of Catarrh,
Cold in the Head, iSsc. Before 1 have csjiI
the llrst buttte I piuchased ofeil I Cud
myself cured. At times I could ho.treelj
smell Hiiytbinif uad bad a bend telle must
of the time. Henry Lily, Aire" nt for the
American Express Co., Grand lliun, Mich.
A Varied Pcrloriniineo.
Many wonder h.w Parker's Ginger
Tonic etui perform such varied cures, think
ing it etenci! of ginger, when in fu t it is
made from niauy v.du ible medicines which
act beucuY.ially on every diseased organ.
"Piesumptinn begins iu igonneo end
ends in ruin." On the other hand, the
production of Kidney-Wort bean with
wise cautions and scientific, rese'neli, and
its i rc ends in n storing shattered constitu
tions and endowing men and women with
health and happiness. "My tormented
back," is the excbiinittion ot more than one
poor liaid-wurking man and woman; do
you knew why it aches? It is because
your kidneys are over-tasked and need
strengthening, and our system needs to be
cleaned of bad humors. You need Ividuev
Wort. Du. Klink'b '.jit hat Nerve Risstohlu ia
tho marvel of the age. fur nil norvo diseases.
All fits stopped free. Sow! to fhJl Arch
street, I'htladelnla. Pa.
Cliills and Fever.
ftlmnions Liver HuRti
tutor toun brunki tlm
chills and curries till
fever outol the system.
1 1 cures when all othur
V r the rullef i.nd enre
of this dlslrusiduK dli
can.! use Simmons Lif
Tlio Uecitlutiir will pnilthely euro this U.rihlc
disease. Vo assert tmihotlciilly what we know to
should not bo regarded ns a trifling sllniont. Na
tu re ueninuds tho utmost regularity of tho bowels,
Therefore aiidft nature by taking Houmous Llvur
Kenuliitor. It Is harmless, mild aud cfloctiiul.
One or two tnblesioonftils will relieve nil the
troubles Incident to a billons stale, such ns Nansos
UiKisiiiesH, lirowsluess, Distrust niter vatlng, a bit
ter bad tai-tu In the mouth.
Persons may avoid all altm Its by occaslouully
tiikiiiR a dose of Simmons Liver Henutalor to keen
the liver In healthy action.
BAD 1 3 UK ATI I!
iiem rally ail iim I'diii a disordered stomach, tat
he corrected by tiikiiiK Hiinmous Liver Kcxulnlor,
Simmons Liver Kemilat rsoon eratib stos this d I
ease from the system, leaving the fklu clear and
Iree from all Impurities
I lilldreti KiilTerlhir
with colic soon experience ro.
,iver Itemiiuior is administer
Pel when bitumen Liver IteKiiiutor is
ed. Aduits also derive ureal betiellt from this
medicine, ii ;e not iiuiileiiMuit; it is harmless"
and eliectlvc. l'uiely wg labia.
U LADDER Ao KIDNEYS
Must of i he diseases ot the bladder originate from
those ol the kid lies e. Ke-tuie tun i.ition of tho
liver fully and bolu tbe kiduejs and bladder will
fiy l'a'o! oiilv the cmtlue, which always bss on
the rapper the red I trade mark and signature ol
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