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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 5, 18?3.
&ARS NO US
jjVlffARL BAKING POWOEff
PURE CREAM TARTAR.
IfeJiim or any iujiirloiis substances cun W found
in Andrews' Pearl Baking Powder. Is pos
tiwly PUKE. llii(f cmlorhc'l, and UatlmonlaU
received i rum such chtnil"! a8 S. Dana Maya, Iioa
t"ii: M. lHMai'ontiilue, of Chtpasn; and Guatavus
Bodo, Milwaukee Never wild iu bulk.
C. E. ANDREWS St. CO.
287. 'JVJ & 201 . Water
Kvory Corset in weriiitit. d
factorytolta Wfaror in 'vim i.bv,
or tliu money will lo i'funtP'l I v
the person from whom it at boivii,.
TJn'onlvltorwtiiroiiounowl by mr Icirtlna fliiH.iiu
tiol Injurious to tlie wearer, and eii'li.iwil l y l,ellM a
the " unit eomfunaWo mil i rfoet nttm; I ortwt trter
riilC ICS.br Mall. l'r.Uc
Health Pmirrrlnr I.IU. Hclf-AljoMliif;. II M
Afcaoailiial (extra heavy) .0. Xuraln;. 1.60
Health PreaerTlnst (line eautlli 8.0. riirciiv
far ul fcr trading iiMutl JK-xlirr rtrrrirherr
L'UICAGU CUiML'X to.. I Meugo, HI.
Hosteller's Stomach Bittern give steadiness, to
the tenon, iodines a ho'ilthv, iiKtunil lliw of hiie,
prevents ctMntijjBt!fn without tiTi'lul v purging (he
bowel, gently stlmnl'ites lhi clrcnla'ttnn, and by
promoting a vigorous ciindltiTin of ho nhvslcal
"Km, i.romoHK. sIho, that chftrfiiliifim which la
the tiutiNt Inrllcmlou of a wcll-lmUnccd ronrtl'lon
ol all tin; anlmnl n wer
r'or ale by all urUL'iil and tl 'tlcia gcutrall.
ItiMTt wNi li:ti filler
ii iMitlrlu ol thi, l:ilin
It. to l. mi-iriin; iirw
lr)iiK bri-Htb tlin.uch
tin- iion. It will lm
' Iimi: Im'iI .
" fioclimliv cli-'iiM'thf
i.aral nirw n( t'a
turrliul virile, cmi-ini;
halti.y rcr' tiou. al
laj IuIIsiiihikiu, tiro
ioi t thn tiiKuil.r m
(rum nct'l ti'i)nl colila.
cnmpli'Ul) li'Ml tbe
o and ri'Htorc" the
Hi'u!.' of tnt and
Krr.i' I D.isvOclnl re-
u!t nrf rc-xlixt'd bv a fiiw
AiiiillcatloiiK. A tlior
Oiuii trniiUK lit a illn c.U'il wli
curti I a' ar.ii, tinv
Atrrcfnlil to IV.
UNKOUALKir FOR t'OLU in (In; HEAD
The Knliu b t'H'riiid an tmvlabiv rcpulut on whT
rcr known, uiiilaclnL' all otbrr tiri'jiurnU'm.
Itltl'OllMZKDAM A WONilK;n;l, l)IKCl)"l!Y
Knld nv ilruiCKUU at Jiln'nt-. On irroit of
price wlil mail a patkaun Huml lor clrculur con
(Hilling full liiforninttou Mid rullnlno lot!mniila!.
KlYCUKAM DAI M CO.. Owpru, S. Y.
GOLD KTDAL, PARIS, 1878.
The most popular aweet
Chocolnto in (be market. It
ia nutritious and palatable);
it particular favorite With
i-hliarori, and it moat exoel
liu.t aruolo for family use.
77ie genuine it flanipnt 8.
fi'rrmrm, Iiorrhfntrr, Ua$,
Jit-war of imitation.
fold by 4ifri'rs ereryfihata.
V. mil & CO,, Dorchester, Mass,
swi'i'iiliiK by, un
ilorv yu die, snm'.-
nl.ihtv and tuhllma
1L ill KJ L ,,'" h,'U''
he ill ml tocoiiiiiur lima."
iwimiIi lu viiurii.'n town.
Hva bulUr i.nir.i i r,m Na
risk. Kvtrythltin Bow, Capital not required. Wa
will furnish you viry thlrm Many are muklni;
(orlime. I.adlva make as lunch a mMi. and boys
and girls mks irrnat pay Header, If you want
husluos at which von caa maka ureal nayalltli
true, wrlmrrparilcalarsloIl. llAl.LE.Tr CO,
rVrtianfl, Jaaiao. ,
Jf 1 i
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Tulhhdat Evenino, Jak. 4, 188a.
The weather has been cloudy and the
full of rain steadily for the last twenty-four
hours; weather reports indicate a lower
temperature and the approach of a cold
wave that will freeze everything up; a
chunge that will be welcomed by all who
have out-door business to transact.
Trade has been on the quiet order for the
past week and prices iu most articles are
weak but not perceptibly lower.
Tho river continues to rise slowly with
prospect of an early spring freshet.
FLOUR Dealers in this staple are well
satisfied with the condition of the market
and the general outlook. Although no ad
vance lias yet been established prices, have
au upward tendency. The demand is good
and stocks a'e fair in all grades except
choice which continues scarce.
HAY The market is full and flat. Pri
ces are weak and lower.
CORN There is some demand at ;un-
changed prices and fair Btocks ia market.
OATS Stocks are fair nnd the demand
MEAL Quiet and unchauged.
BRAN In good supply and quiet.
BUTTER Slow. Only choice is wan
EGQ3 Full stocks and slow sale.
CTIICKEN3 All kinds arc dull. Live
is hhrd to place except at a loniug figure.
TURKEYS Very scarce and in active
request for both live and dressed.
APPLES The market is bare of choice
and prices are a shade higher.
POTATOES Plenty offering and prices
Hales and Quotations.
NOTH. Tha prlrna ncra given are for lm
flmt hand In ronnd lota. An advance li
charted for broken lots m nil'tiairdttr.
500 varioua grades
4110 bill fancy
.. S 502 it)
.... 4 80
VIC bbla patent....
100 bbla rholce....
10 bbla XXX
AObh a. XX
3 cat! choice....
3 rare red top
3 car good mind....
4 care mixed to bulk
Scare while la balk-...-
4 care choice lu bulk
Scar In balk
IV II BAT.
No. t Ked, uur bu ....
No. if Mc lilerineiii..
SM bblaCltv In lota 2 40 i W
1 car tack
1 car tacka
510 Southern Illlnola roll
5 i) Douad Southern Illinois roll
H0O pounds Honthera Illinois roll
S'OponndicDolca Nortneru roll..
1 "OO doiseo...,
eoops tarn - choice....
an i pounds il re esc a
i coops sm'.l
5 ronps mixed
.1 51 75
.. 02,2 10
iu coops yeunvaoa oia
lOObhl fana B-nDavls 4 00
In i bills choice Winsips a 73
l'O bbla fancv Itoma fleautv 4 0i
Wblili". common 3 0022 60
Sla k packed fruit 50c to II oo lcos
C'lioice ye. low .
Northorn Peach Blows per bush. 75
noutnern ills, react) mows per busa m
Northern P. I), per bbl . t V
Houtnem Ilia, per bbl .... 2 00
so rtoz rabbits. 732 1 (4
50 dor. quails . 1 SO
10 dot wild ducks I 251 50
vrhM ...IS 04U rj(i
l'r batrcl ; viH ia
8. C. llaus
Clear aides. ,
?4 bushel hnrU
5 hiishol "
Peacliua.Ualvasaiid iUftrlr 13
Choice navy S '.!
Ohotca medium .... , (Ki
Cholofl, Factory 10
Dry Flint choice 14H
Dry 8ft)tMtt Mitimtt.fMatitt 31
Uroenttalt m I
Plum Uruvn s
Hhavp Pelts, dry tout no
Sheep Prlta, green 1V113
Damaged II Id . H. M off
Common Luk...,.. $ 73 it I 0
Utmd lima 4 Du.S 5 It
owLvhf 4 i-"4
Mvditim Leaf a M'C 7 r0
0or41.er T 3K(4 V
KATIES OK KRUIOIJT.
M H t.tila,. .
While n nuinbor of customers were in
a Gruml River avcuue grocery tho othor
evening a man came in and announced
that nn acquaintance of his had just
been kicked by a horse and severely
"I move that wo mako up a purse for
him!" promptly obsorved a man who
was n stranger to all, and ho dropped a
coin into his hat, passed it around and
collected about $2 and turned it over to
the person who bad just brought tlio
news. When ho went out, after making
a small purchase, one of the men fol
lowed him nnd asked:
'Do you know the man who was
"Any of his family?".
"Then how came you to so generous
ly suggest a subscription P"
"Plainest thing in tho world, my
friend. I had a punched half dollar
which I had tried in vain for ftwir weeks
to get rid ol." Detroit Free Press.
Observation of Bound.
The following curious observations ol
sound hnvo been carefully verified by
an extended series of experiments: The
whistle of a locomotive is heard 3,300
yards; tbe noiso of a railroad train, 2,
WX); the report of a musket and tho bark
of a dog, -1,800; an orchestra or the roll
of a drum, 1,000; tho human voice
roaches to adistanco of 1,000; tho croak
ing of frogs, 900; tho chirping of chick
ens, 800. Distinct speaking is heard in
the air from below up to a distance ol
GOO yards; from above it is only under
stood to a range of 100 yards downward.
It has boon ascertained that an echo ie
well rellectd from the surface of smooth
water ouly when the voice comes from
an elevation. Other similar phenomena
connected with the transmission ol
souud have been observed, but the re
sults disagree, either from inaccuracy
in the observations or from the varying
nature of tho circumstances affecting
tho numbers obtained. Such variations
occur to an extent of 10 to 20 per cent.,
and even more. The weather being
cold and day or warm and wet are the
chief influencing causes. In the first
case tho sound roes to a greater and ia
the second to a lesser dibtance.
A Princois' Domestic Lifa.
Princess Louise started iu married
life, says the London Truth, with the
determination not to be the rival, on
their own ground, of plutocrats' wives.
There was to be comfort as well as ele
gance ia her establi.-ihment.but no osten
tation. AtRideau hall.hor Canadian offi
cial abode, she n fleets more state. Once a .
wei;k, when tho legislature is in session,
she gives a formal banquet. A day or
two nfler thero is an informal dinner,
which Canadians ternvtho scrap feast."
To be asked to it is thought a marked
favor. A piper dressed" iu Campbell
plaid is in attendance, and performs at
dessert on his noisy instrument. On
rnindays English visitors to Ottawa are
asked in quite an unceremonious way
to partake f a family iliniier, which i's
snug nnd well served, and enlivened by
the cheery humor nnd rattle of Lady
Sophia McNaiuarii, w ho is more roserv
ed when Canadian are prnseut. Tho
marquis sticks to the kirk. It was a
disadvantage to liiin to arrive nt Ottawa
immediately afo-r Lord Duflerin had
gone away. ll;' predecessor was geni
ality itsulf. The marquis is highly culti
vated, but the product of a poor soil,
lie is at once too much aud too little of
the prince consort.
Two Very Smart Girls.
When Sulttn Serendib sent for a
famous foreign physician to cure his
favorite wife, ho was quite confonnd"l
to lind that the doctor expected to n-o
the woman before he treated Iter ca -o.
Seeing her was. of course, .entirely out
of the qtie'tron-for any one bid the
Sultan himself. V have known per
sous yust about, as delightfully reasona
ble, who wanted advice shout iisiutr a
mm ret, but wouldn't tell the s-'. ivt. I I..'.
Ciiti-iniiali il'iy-iir ivlate an in.tainv:
A couple of wrll-ircss"d young ladir
came into the. (.'niral Police JSai'wn
Monday, nnd .-uiiling swoeth on ti.e
crowd of o'.lii'ori and reporter pr cut,
the elder one turned and audil ly -.:ii
to her companion,
"() Mabelle, what dull we do?"
"Do you wish to speak to the m.t
geimt?" i-i.jiiircl that oihVi.il, t i .ii.;
and politely bowing.
"Aiul uro you tin- sergeant? How
nice! You see, wu want to know if you
can help us. U's so funny, he-he-tv-cc!
The way of it is you Hoe, we suspect
her of stealing twenty dollars."
"Thai is, the servunt xirl," interrupt
ed the ollicial, who, trom long cv
perieneo, guessed pretty accurately who
tho ".she" "referred to win.
"Yes, yea. Didn't I tuy the servant
girl? How stupid! You tee, wo o.dy
suspect her. and we want to know if
you can't help n.-t to lind nut. Wo
don't want her arrested -nor for tlio
olid. We only want her frightened."
All t hia was rut tied off wiih'lj..hi,u;ng
like rapidity. "
"Vcrv will, we will 6n w,at we can
do, ladies," the "ergfitnt wont on.
"What Is tho name and ihL nddresi..
"Oh , wo don't want to give tinv names,
he- he--c -c-cc. or n(dreswH, not for
anything. Wo only want vou to find
out whether she took it ,r not."
"Ah, yiK," tho blue-co;.! reinarketl,
Hiixious to Icrniiiiiite tho interview.
"Certainly; you will havctoseo the
superintendent, oflieo up stairs. Iiu'll
arrange It for you; good-al'iernnon."
"Wliat. do they cxpi-et iolie0 nro for,"
bo sighed, as ho again tnr;k hi f cat, "if
not to make arrests? Think that wo
know all about 'cm without letting us
have even their names Hint uddrcssca!
Spirils of tho air, perhaps! We have
ttiuiut a dozen such Idiots every week,
and it's beginning to tell on my constitution."
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Headache, Toothache,
More Throat, feiirllliitf. Nprnlna, llrulaea,
li rn. SenliU. t'rual lillra,
AIM ALL OTIO.II IMIIIIl.t I'AI.NS AU 4IIIES.
Bold b) brullli mi.l ll.'nlir. ieriwl,r. Fill Ccult bolll,.
Dlrwlinua to 11 LstlKUfifctfl.
TIIEt IIAItl.KH A. VOGKI.F.It CO.
(SiwoMun u A. voutLlli a lUlilamra, d l.B. A.
Chills and Fever.
Plmroons Liver Been
Intor i-oon breaks ins
chills aud carries tba
fover out ol the system.
It cures when all other
Y t the relief and cure
of this distressing dis
ease uee Simmons Liv
The KcRtitator will positively cure this U.rible
dUesso. We Mf.il iiuphatically That wo know to
should not be retraxded as a tritllni? ailment. Na
ture dumunds the titmo't regularity of the bowels,
Hk-iv fine lunirt nature by ukiuii Kimmons Liver
lli'CHln'.or. It is harmless, mild and effectual.
One or two tablepooufuis will relieve all the
I r, ni hit iuc'.dctit to a biliuua state, such as Nansea
Liizziciss, Drowfiuess, Dlntrcpf alter vatlCK, a bll
ter Imd tate In tbe mouth.
I'trstnif may avoid all rutin k by occasionally
taking a doso of bitnmons Liver Regulator I" 1"'''
the liver in healthy action.
ecci' rally ari ini fritu a dl.-yniin d elouiaeh, can
be i niTiTii.j w eikiiit; Kinunoita Liver Regulator.
r-imaioti" l.lv.ir Hentlat rfoou cradkatua this dls-en-.
front tr.c . su-ui, Icovirg the skin cleat aud
lree tr ui all In.'purlin;
Children snflprirR wub colic soon experience, re
lief wheu riinimoiiS Liver Regulator ia administer
ed. Adnata also derive greai benctlt from this
medicine. It :s uot unpTca'aut; it is huriuli ss
and eliecive, 1'uteiy vt; tabla.
1 JLAUUKIi & KIDNEYS
Munt of the dienso! the bladder originate tr.un
ti.oT of ttc ktdntys. hcntiim too actiou of tho
livtr fully and both the kidues aud bladder will
jryi'akc onlv the i."t!Uinc, which always bus on
De rmiper tbe rod Z trade mark and signature oi
.J.H.ZEIL1N &c CO,
For sale by all dniK.-iats.
A week made at homo by 0j4 Indni
irious. jiest Du Dei now bf re the
tib.lr. Lanital nut needed. AS a
lu'lll ,lHrt viin len u-ntti.-n tin..
and girl wanted every beio to work
for uk. Nowi the time. You cau
work iu sprie time, nr glvo your whole time to the
bus aes. No other bu-lne-s will pay you tiearly
a well No ore i an fail to m ao euorroous pay,
by enaajeitipat olc. Cosily outfit and t?rra free
Mnnev made lait, easily, and honorably. Address
THUE A CO., Auguta. maine.
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The b' t n o le, the. b t h umebold, news and
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lug, t:.e be-v religious department Saoby's Euro
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liuldo K CIUKDSON4cO.,Utol2)Wahini
ton Kt., t hlcsio, 111.
PORT GRAPE WINE
Spker's jout Grape Wink !
four yeaks old.
'pnitJ rKLKHIlAI'EU NATIVK WINE is made
Mrom thnjillcn of the Oporto Grape, raised in
tbNe.oiitit y. Its luvalnsblo tonic and strength,
enlug properties, are unsurpassed hv any other
Native Wlno. lining the pare Julco of thn (Irapn,
produced uuilnr Mr, ripoer's own personal silpervi
sion, Its purity and "ntness, aro guaranteed,
Th'! vonncst child mt nartakt of Its gouoroiia
qualities, and the weakal Invalid nso it to advan
lugn It la particularly bcnefielal to the aged and
d' hllitatud, and suited to the varioua allmnnts that
affee.t - tho wmiker se. It Is In ovary respect A
WINE TO llli HE1IKI) ON.
Sneer's P. J. Sherry.
The V. J.KItKRRlT ii wlnn of Superior Char
acter and artnkesoftbe rich qualities of the grape
from wlrcn It is made For I'urlty. Illclires,, Fla
vor and Medicinal I'ropnrtloe, It will ho loand OO'
Specr'n P. J. Brandy.
This HKANDY stands ttnrWaled In this Cnunlry
being far supcrU.r for medicinal purposes. It Is
ntirodlst.llUtlon (rn n the crane, and ron'alll val
liable meillclnal uronenlos. It has a dnllnato flv
vor. altn'lnrtothatol'lho grapes, from which Hie
distilled, and is In ernat favor among flrt-clasa
iHtnllUa. See that the signature of ALFRED
BF'KKR, Vissalc, N. J., li ovor the cork of each
Sold By PAUL) SOHT7H
AND BY DHUtKHHTS KVKRT WHrCRhT.
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