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THE DAILY CAIRO MJtXETIN: WEDNESDAY .MORNING, JANUARY it 1383.
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PURE CREAM TARTAR.
81000. Civen A
If alum or any Injurious substances etui bo found
In Andrews' Pearl D.ikinR Powder. Is pos
tivt'l) PUKE. Helng endorsed, und testimonial!
rpocivcdlrom such chemists as 8. liana Uiiys, Bo,
ton; II. IVlafontultio, of Chicago; and Gustavua
Bode, Milwaukee. Never sold In bulk.
C. E. ANDREWS A. CO.
ft 41 iclilgau Ay. 2S7. al i lilU K. Wuter
Etert Cw-t is warrantt-d sa'.'S
lactorVtotts wmr.r in r wry vuv,
or the numcr will N- r funded lv
tiie iieraou front it r f Uiu-ttit
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Health Prrserrla 1 T.O. . If. .itJiMlnsT. 1 60
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Health IVcw rvlric i Hue owlll ' . I'rK
For naif Icailmn K.tiill lvr r oryicif
CUK'.VUO tOKhl'.T CO., I hicgo, III.
Momcil"i Mnmacli Kilter (ivs MradiuKrt to
tho nerves, iniliiroa a In thliv, nat urnl fl v of I iip,
jr-veuta oiiMiat!nn Willi. nil unduly pursuit; tlio
bowels, k iiUv Biim'.iUii'H i hu circiiltiion, mul liy
promotlnc a vit'onnin couililion of the vuvti al
mm. r mole. ai', Unit i-l.frfiilni Fn which It
the truest Indication of a wili-liiiUuoi.'d for.dltion
ol all thu aninml ti nvus.
fur sle by all dnnst- mid di-nlu i ui'iicrilly.
ir.pprt ii nil! flnuor
a iiartti'lr ol tin: H!m
into toe nolri n: drw
loitig lirciiths IhriPtiBb,
tin' 'oh. It will he
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healti y (;rri.tlor.ii, al-
lu n IntutuHtHiti, mo.
pi-in in iik " ' r tie
'Mil ml I tinn.'il ciiIiIk,
nuipleti.lv h-iils the
o an I r'-Mori"K the
' i to of ta i" mid
1 mni' I Ri.'i.nCclttl
ultK aro retPced Tr.y a few apiillration. tlmr
ouh trauaivnt directed will cure l a ar.b. Ilnv
yr. r, 4o.
Atr cnlilc tn fi.
UNEQUALKK FOR COLD in the HEAIb
TbtBt'in bMira w an rnvlabir h i uiat on wher
ryt-t known. 'i-niHclnir all n'li- r prnvaraltum.
RKi UUN1ZKD V.i A WONUKHH'I. OlSCOV'RY
sold by dr.u(tit a' Hhtiik. On rcmtiit of
price wl I mull a l.d' kn. m Sind lor clrruUr on
tniolnv f"'l inlwr n'wi A ri!l hu- tcvilinoulalf.
KLYCI'liAM B.IJIl'il.,"i;o, N. T.
GOLD MEDAL, PAilB, 1878,
Th moat popular iwoot
Chocolate In the market. It
iu nutritious and palatable!
a paniuuiar favorite with
children, and a moat exoel
lcrt uruole for family uae.
Tlit genuine it tampd S.
derma, Itorthttter, Man,
iii-ware of imitation.
4 Sold kjr firucori erer-w kera.
J, BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass,
a 3 W.Ti.MIAfiWUli
Death of the Old Wife,
Sho had lain nil i!ay in u Htiipor,
breath in? with lionvily-laborml brcutli,
but n.s tlio sun sank to rest In tlio (ar-oflf
wpHtern sky, and tlio roil glow on tlio
wall of tin! room failed into donsu shad
ows, who nwoko and failed foi'bly to h(r
nod artmr who was Hitting motion
li ss by tlio bcJsido; ho bout over his dy
inj w'ifo and took her wan, wrinkled
hand In his.
"Is it niirht?" she askt'd in tremulous
tones, looking at him with eyos thatsaw
"yes," ho answered softly. "It is
"Where aro tlio children?" she quor
ied: "aro they nil in?"
Poor old man! how could ho answer
lu r? the children had slept for years in
tiio old church yard
"The children aro safe" answered the
old man, tremulously; "don't think of
them Janet, think of yoursolf; Uocs tno
wav seem dark?"
"My trust is in Thee; let mo never bo
confounded. What does it matter if lh
way is dark?"
"I'd rather walk with (iod in the
dark, than walk alone in the light.
"I'd rather walk with him by faith
than walk alono by sight.
"Jobil, where's little Charlie?' hho
asked. Her mind was again in the
past. The grave dust of twenty years
had lain on Cliarlio's golden hair, but tho
mother had never forgotten him! Tho
old man patted her cold hands, hands
that labored so hard that they were
seamed and wrinkled and calloused with
years of toil, ami tho wedding ring was
worn to a mere thread of gold and
then he pressed his lips to them, and
cried, they bad eucouraged and strength
ened him in every trial of life. Why,
w hat a woman hhe had been! Wbat a
worker! What a leader in Israel! Always
with tho gift of prayer or service. They
had stow! at many a death-bed together
closed ryes of loved ones, and then
sat down with the Iiible hetweeu them
to read the promises. Now she was
about to cross tho dark river alone.
And it was strange and sail to the old
man, and the yellow-haired grand
daughter left them, to hear her babble
of walks in the woods, of gatheringMay
llowers anil strolling with John, of petty
household cares that s-he had always put
down with a strong, resolute hand; of
wedding feasts and death-bed triumphs;
and when at midnight she heard the
bridegroom's voice,' and the old man
bending over her, cried pitifully, and
the granddaughter kissed her pale brow
there was a solemn joy in her voice as
the spoke the names of her children one
by one, as if she saw them with immortal-eyes,
and with one glad smilo put on
immortality. They led the old man
sobbing awav, and when he saw her
airaiu the irlail tnonnn sun was .sliming
tlio nir was jubilant with tho tong of
birds, and she lay asleep on the couch
under the north window where be bad
seen her so often lie down to ret while
waiting fo tin- Sabbath bell. And she
wore the .suiio black silk, and tho string
of cold beads about her thin neck, ami
the folds of white tulle. Only now the
brooch with his miniature was wanting
and in its place was a white rose and a
spray of cedar she had loved cedar
she had loved to sing over her work:
'OU, may I in I court. hu cmii
l.lkca yotmiu'eilur frt'sh nnl sriTii."
Hut what strango transformations was
tlure! The wrinkles were gone. Tho
traced of age, and pain, aud weariness
were smoothed out; the face mul grown
strangely young, and a placid smile was
laid on the pale lips. The old man was
awed oy tins likeness of the brute ot I:is
voutli. " He kksed the unresponsive, lips
iinl said softly:
You've found Heaven firs I, Janet,
but you'll come for me soon! It's our
lirM parting in mure than sevcnly .vi'M',
but it won t be for lung it won't be foi
Ami fl was not. The Winter snow had
ii t f dim, mid there is another grave,
and to-day would have been their dia
mond wi'diliii";! We bad planned much
for it, a id I wonder--I wonder - but no!
Where Uiev are there is neither mar-
riage i:or giving in marriage. Detroit
Vci. I'n . .
Oast Away ia the Pacific
The Adventure! of i Bark's Crew Who Tatted
twenty-Five rtaya in Open Bosti.
The latest report, of a marine disaster
is that gathered from the surveyors of
the abandoned British bark Brookville,
brought to this port by tho steamer
Mexico, which arrived from Mazatlan.
The castaways consisted of John Long,
the master; Robert Thomas, the first of
ficer; and fifteen bands. They were ta
ken iu at Cape Lucas, which they reach
ed on the '.'lith of September, after hav
ing been twenty-five flays at sea in two
open boats. Prom Jamos Wilson, able
seaman, who formed ono of tho crew of
the male's boat, the following story of
the adventures after the crew hud left
the bark has been obtained:
"I got into the longboat with First
Officer Brown. The boats kept toircth
er till we arrived at Santa Rosa Island.
All wo had was a biscuit aud a half,
and a pint of water each. On tho
island wo found plenty of ' water, and
we drank so much of it that it mndo us
sick. There were no animals there; on
ly a thick growth of prickly pears. In
tho night largo turtles came up ou tho
beach, and wo caught theso and got
eggs, and boiled tho prickly pears.
There was plenty of fish and birds,
which we also captured and ate. We
boiled the turtle meat and eggs and put
mem in the iiont, and on tho Kith, I
think it was, sir, we started for the
mainland. Tho turtle eggs and meat
Kepi lor in roe or four (lavs without salt,
After wo were out two days wo parted
from the captain's boat, as she sailed
faster than ours, and 'pon my word we
icii lonesome, as you understand, sir,
o thought, because she was an old
bout, that sho was gone to Davy Jones'
locker. The mate, after the turtle meat
gave out, only allowed us a biscuit and
a half a day. We had to pull during
the twelve days' trip a good deal, and
Jt was dreary work, lad, on an empty
stomach. 1 was sick a good deal o' tho
time, and many times whtm tho night
was dark I gave up tho whole of ufas
lost. I almost wished myself buck with
the two cats we had left on Santa Hosa
Island, or rather who had left us thero
U) take after tho birds.
"On tho day after wo sighted land wo
were completely out of provisions, I
think, when tho mate sighted a big tur
tle Ivlufr asleep on the top ot tb water.
Ho ordered the boat steered right to
wnrd 1dm, and Peter Williams the sail
maker, stood in tho bow and caught
him very handily and landed him in tho
limit, then there was nothing to cook
him in; but hungry men, sir, soon tind
a way. Wo just cut him up and cook
ed him in his own shell. Very handy,
eh? That's tho kind of gamo to catch
tho sort that brings a stovo on its
back." And for the first tinio during
the recital the shipwrecked sailor laugh
ed immoderately at his own joke. "A
little while after, in the night time I
think, we sighted a steamer and mado
signals with rockets, but she put out
her lights and left us. Tlio next after
noon we sighted the schooner. Lotus
to the leeward of us. We boarded her.
The captain, a man with a big beard,
treated us very kindly aud gave us pro
visions. Before wo left the schooner a
boat came out full of Mexicans from tho
Custom House, and we went ashore
An "Army1' Newspaper.
If genius consists in triumph over dif
ficulties, there are few callings in life
that have so much genius engaged in
them ns the newspaper profession. The
following instance of journalistic enter
priso during tho Afghan campaign In
India, wo gather from an English con
temporary. A "tri-weekly called tho
Sewn of the Vamp was issued by the
soldiers with considerable regularity
through a hundred day's siege amid sur
roundings that would havo discouraged
men of less than heroic pluck.
Tho editor thus describes the condi
tions under which the font was accom
plished. "A bungalow for a printing-oftlee,
with canvas thrown over Its unfinished
roof, through w hich tho rain freely pen
etrated, a gentle water-spout runniii"
down tho compositor's back as ho stood
with a bandolier of Martini-Henry car
tridges over his shoulder, his white
apron for a uniform, composing-stick
in hand and his rille lying suggestively
near his printing-frame; the editors'
ipiarters an army boil-tent and a transport-wagon,
the' space between ingeni
ously roofed in with a tattered s:iil
stretched oil telegraph-poles; their work,
editing a paper by day and on guard up
to tho knees in mud by night, or sleep
ing in a pair of leather breeches, long
boots and jack-spurs."
The forty numbers, of four pages
each, foolscap size, have recently :ip
poared in bound form, embellished w uh
fourteen photographic illustrations ol
It is not true that tbo young lady who
attracted .-o much attention fin State
street tlie other day had slipped intoliei
umbrella cover by mistake. She wort
Woman and Her Disease
is the title ol a lttre illustrated treatise,
by Dr. H. V. Pierce, Buffalo, X V., scut
to any addrets for three stamps. It tench
es succesdul self-treitmeot.
An Arkansaw editor was arraigned
before a court on a charg-j of killing a
reporter. The judge, who was former
ly a newspaper man, but who had been
proved guilty of political fraud and con-
seipie lectcil Pi oiiice, was very
incarjar"-!eil in. tho case. "1 ac
knowledge that I killed him" said the
editor. 'One morning when I took up
my paper I saw the following, which
the reporter had written: 'An unknown
stranger, vvho-e name wo failed to
learn, commit!, d fatal
have the plea-
Thrco Mourn for One.
In one of the rooms of the Ceusus Of
fice are two young ladies. Both are
dressed in mourning. One of th!m has
been in the Census Ofllco for sometime,
the other was recently transferred thero
from tho Land Oflice. They were both
engaged to the same young man, who
was a clerk iu the Census Ollico. Ho
died soino week since. Ono did not
know thai he was engaged to the other
until a few days since. Iu ono of the
rooms of the Patent Oilico a young lady
grieve:, the loss of her love. The lover,
was the same young man. How he
would have managed if ho had lived no
one knows. The two ladies in the Cen
sus Ollico look daggers at each other
when tliev look at each other at all.
I X V E8T0RS
I)i-t.lrlnz Kir-t clam
raving Stnr.kt nr J'cinni vlrldlna
1 EN VHU CKNT. I'cr annutli, and over.
mny obtain full pitticii'iirie wlih MttnfaitrTf refer
tircK and tin'.l minimis, b. aiMruei luir II. IJl Als.
DELIi. Flu'l Aa't, 4S i:oni;ro n St., B.mton, Muss.
Mention lliU nuuor.
3r I, I! v
ot Ii fun in uc worid vut'iK to l .W uih
r nurt'oi V t-.t iU. Fiu'i Iff, Holla, J tirr, '. 1 iS'ir1,
fl'irc i',Y$. M'Tcurinl Pticdnt, CutiIi '.of of
Ap-aitt, Mmaltf Comrilslijti. ai.-l il. tlliul
Mlt' ' Il nrn'f Ulli. All 1ruv,it! 1
cwinirv iru kt't'iitri ."II H. II. K. tWi-IUtri
tV t it.. I'mit'ii I'ltMiiirtili. on c t te tU. 't'J
INJjrC'l lON. t i nmnlMvn cure fur u'.l InbcbniKOS,
BUnirli'K. ttnun-tir.tf ni-d Vamfiil Uc:nf,i'tinu or tha
ft I fifl per buttle. Kor I'llo by all druic
H..-.i,i (rlKtH.oreiif. bv 'xi'rcm mi re
oTptof urlco, JOHN I). TAliK tic BONA,
17.5 mid 177ev':itiii'-raht, C1N01;C.N ATI,
0U1O. I'louee uicUUuu tii.t paticr,
p oplesrealwaj son the look
I lout for thsncee to Increase
thetreatulnrs, and In time
tiecme wealthy; those who
do not ltnpr.vo ih -ir opp.ir-
tunnies remain in ooveriv.
Ws olTer a great thsnce to make money. Wo want
many men, woman, boys a'id alrls to work lor us
right In tiutr own localities Anyoiuu un (In the
work pro)rly Irum tho first r" nrt. Thu business
will pay nere th ti ten times ordinary wnges lix
pcnaivo out rl fiirnlshnrt true. Noonu who engaKos
1st s to muke monev top dlv. You can dev. le
your Whole tun to ma woi k. nr ouiv your spa e
moment. Full Information and a. I f'Rt Is needed
sent free. Address 8 TIN SOX 4 CO. Portland, Mo.
Cairo, 111., I) ccmlior nth, IRhJ.
Tha regular aunusl maetlug ot tho stockholders
of the City National II ink, of Cairo, for tho pur
pose of elect Inn seven directors, will be held st th
ofllceof sild bank, tu thtsctty, on Tuesday, Jatitia
ryuth.lrW). Poll open at in o'clock a. ni, and
Close at 4 o'clock p. m. of said dev.
td TUOS. W UiVLLlUAT, Cashier.
Cliilln and Fever.
Rlmmons Liter Rcsn'
lator eoon breaki the
chill and carrlu the
fuvur out ol the ejetetn.
It cure whon all other
V r the rollcf and enre
of thii dlstreselnif die
eis.i nee biminoni Liv
Tho ReK"!tfir will posltUely cure ' thle U..rlh!o
illhcuen. We aeeert cinuliut icully vbat wo know to
Kliould not hu regarded ss a trilling ailment. Na
tion nciiiiiinle the ntmnst regularity of the boiveln.
Therefori' ttuwlft nature by tukliig Hitnmoni Liver
Kcijulator. It la harmU'ea, mild aud eO'uctual.
Ono or two tablenpoonful will relieve all the
troubles incident to a hlliont atate, each at Nausea
Li7.7.lnt'i. Drovvslneee, Dietrcsa alter eating, a bit
ter bad tatv IB Ibe mouth.
rVreor may avoid all attarki by occasionally
takiiiir a 'lose of Simmons Liver Regulator to keep
the liver in healthy action.
HAD IB I IK ATI I!
ituncrully nrisitii! from a disordered stomach, cat
be corrected bv taking himruoiii Liver Kcnularor.
Slnimona Liver Keirulal rsonu eradicates this dis.
east from the i,eu-m, leaving the skiu clear aud
free irum all tinpiirlliee
Children tuflerlne with folic eoon exjierlence ro
Met when Simiumi" Liver Regulator is administer
ed. Adn'.ta also derive great beneQl from this
medicine. It is not unpleasant; it is harmless
and eftective. I'urely vem labia.
IiL ADDER te KIDNEYS
Moat of tho diseases ot the bladder ori ulnaM from
those of the kldueys. Keetore ihe action of the
liver full and both tbe kidueya and blandor will
JrtSTTake onlv the enulne, which alwayt ha on
tuewruicr tht red Z trade mark and elr.nsture ol
I'ornle by all drug?it.
A week mode at home by 'h Indui
trlotie. Hestousiness now hefi.re tha
itib ic. Capital not needed. We
Jwlll start you. Men. wooieu, n-n
"and Eirls wanted everywhere to woik
for us, owith time, ion can
work In spr'e time, or irlve tour whole time to the
bus nes. o:hcr buiiie-s will pay you nearly
a well No ore can fail to make enormona pay,
byeni:acetiBat once. Cosily nittfltand t;rm free
.Monev made fast, easily, and honorably. Address
TllL'E t.O., Aui:u.tn. matne.
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sent to niy agrees on receipt of 8 cents In sfarn pi.
3. It. LaKKIK A rO , rliifTnlo.N. V.
SOLE MANUFACTURERS F
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POUT GRAPE WINE
Srjf.ER'8 Pout Grape Wine !
FOUR YEARS OLD.
fPHISCELRRKATKI) NATIVE WINE Is mat!
1 from thejulco of the Oporto Grape, raised Id
thUcount-y. Its Invaluablo tonic and strength
ening properties aro unsurpassed bv any other
Native wlue. Being the pnrejulra of tre Orapo,
produced unilnr Mr. Speer's own personal suporvl
sion, Its purllT and tunes, are guaranteed.
Tbi vouuest child mt partake of Its jrnerou
qualities, and the weake-t Invalid use It to advan
tage It Is partlcularlvbeneflilal to the aged and
debilitated, and suited 10 the vsrions ailments that
affect tho weaker sex. It Is In every respect A
WINK TO UK KEMEP ON.
Speer's P. J. Sherry.
ThoiV .J.KHKRRiflsawlne of Superior Char
acter and . artakosof the rich qual . ties of tht grape
rrom wh en If, is made For Purity. RIchDMa, Fla
vin snd Mudlclnal Tropertios, It will butonnd un
excellrd. Speer'rt P. J. Brandy.
This RKA.NDY stands nnrlvalod In thll Country
bolnitfar superior for medicinal -purposes. It Is a
puru distillation Iro n tho grape, and contain val
uable mndlclnal properties. It has a dolleate fla
vor. slm'lsrto tlmtoriho grapes, from which It I
ituilllcrt. ml i In irreat. favor atoona flrst-rlass
Nmlliss. hee that the signstiiro of ALFRRD
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