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THK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 24, 1833.
Miy is rcc vtf
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peaiu. CAKING POWDER
PURE CREAM TARTAR.
If amm or iiny injurlmif sulijiniic.es can be found
In Andrews' Pearl Baking I'owder. Is p
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received Iniin audi cliumNt usS. I)tttm Ilnys, but
ton; M. lcliifontiiiiie, of Chieiuro; mid Gustuvut
Jiode, Miiuixikca Sever sold in hulk.
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ilmit, wrlrforparllfiihrloM. IUIUTr A i't),
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r f i. Li l
L I 'ill IV,
, Taking the Editors.
lie was mi exceotliriKty plf f nrp""-)"?-looklr.g
infiivliliijil. Hid hair foil in
heavy masaos over his sbniilflon. nml n
very brond slouched lint rrownod lii
liirifo head, A dark fjrwn oloak f.uiv
almost to his h''cl.s, and he carried un
der one arm a lanre portfolio, a cntup
Htool and 11 foldoif easol. Ho onli'voi
the editorial rooms with a r-ouiiil.-nt
stride, oienctl his caiup-Htool and r .
ceeded to ri'X his ertnel in front of ii.
Then hu pulled out a Inro pioee of
drawing-paper from his portfolio, ami,
slapping it cm tho eanel, Bunted himmrK
beforo it and oommeneed leiiiir"ly
fliiirpening a stick of charcoal.
"Whom do you wish to hco?" asked
the oOico boy, approaching the pietur
CH.)iie object cauliously, and keeping hi
hand within reach of an inkstand.
"Kverybodyl"' ejaculated tito viitor,
flounHhiiighis charcoal gracefully in the
nir, and smiling a pre-Kaphitulito smile
upon the suspicious boy. "I'm the
lightning portrait artist, and I wish to
show the distinguished members of the
Kuyle stulV how 1 do it. Only take live
minutes to a sitting. Just let the gentle
men know I'm lu re, please," mid ho
threw his hat carelessly upon the floor
at his side.
'Vhat'n lip?" a?ked tho dramatic
editor, coming to the door of his room.
"As you itre," cried the artist, catch
ing sight-of tjjo editor, and commencing
to sketch rapidly upon the papor beforo
hiui. "Don't move. Excellent pose.
Just the stylo of head to delight tho soul
of the lover of tho truly antique. Tin
young Augustus come to life. Head a
shade to tho left, pleaso. Ah! that's it."
"When did it blow in't'' asked the
dramatic editor, stepping forward and
gazing curiously at tho artist.
".Stop!" cried tho artist. "You will
ruin everything. Another poo gone
wrong," and he throw down his char
coal and siglwl.
"What' the row?" asked the city
editor, coming to his door.
"Ah! my ideal at lait," cried the
artist, whisking another sheet of nupoi
from his portfolio. "Head n littleback,
please. Eves slightly turned toward
"What does it want, anyway?" asked
the city oditor, stepping forward.
"1 beg of you, sir," said the artist,
dashing at hi t-hocrt of paper, "just tiro
minutes as you are, and you are im
mortal for lifb."
Just at this moment the court report
er sauntored in.
"Ah, Wilde, old man," cried the ar
tist, catching sight of him, "really beg
your pardon; likeness so strong to my
irienci. Sir, you shall bo my test sitter.
Just lean against thai desk over there.
Cross your limbs; throw your arms be
hind you and keep vour eyes on that
ink hoUlc over there. '
Whore did it drop from?" asked the
court reporter, and by this time a lirtlo
group uf editors and reporters stood
gazing curiously upon the artist.
(ier!?!. '.r " said the artist, runninj
his fingers through his long hair anil
leaning hack in his camp-stool, "1 am
the lightning portrait artisti (rive me
tive minutes of your time ami you are
famous fur life Won't charge you a
cent. Just wish to nirtko my self solid
with the proH."
".Suppose we give the crank n show,"
said the police reporter.
'Only five minutes e-ich, gentlemen,
and we will have a gallery of portraits
to be proud of," said the artist.
"Ilo's a youil latFv slingftr," said the
"Its a way thoso artists have," said
the art critic, looking very skeptically
at the visitor; "I'll bet you ten to one
be uv:8 tinlar prints."
"T;ikf your bet," said tho artist.
"You might ho more picturrsmn.1, but
you'll as a starter. Jtirt sliug oil
y.uir overcoat and hat and Ell show you
a apoeimon of free-hand drawing"
"Icver accept anything but oil paint
ings," said thu art critic.
suppose you give 1110 a silting," said
tliH mist turning to the society rejMirter.
"Couldn't think of sitting to any one
short of Daniel Huutington," s ii'l tin
"Ah. here's our sitter." said thro 01
four of the f,roup, as thu cashier enter-
"Delighted," (dd tho artist, "Rather
modern, hut good form. Not. exactly
rvsthctic. Midi! be a little moro Floren
tine curve of line, but -"
"Not this morning, some other morn
ing." said tho cashier.
"Tell you what you do." s;iid the
sporting editor. "1 have a porfnt
oeauty m the way of a bull pup. Whito
with a brindlo eye. I'll just let you
have a couple of Xs for a c,')( portrait
of that" Jhit tho artist gathered tip
his traps and Mulkcd majestically out of
the vlWca.Jjivokltni Hugh:,
Breaking A Merchant's Heart.
It was a clothing-dealer on tho Bow
ery, and as the slab-sided young man
opened the door he nibbed his hands
over each other and said:
"Come in, my front. I guess you
vhas looking for an overcoat. Try on
dis one, for $7."
"Thankee. Eve got about 80 In my
pocket, and I thought "
"Ah! Mine front, you vhas como to
the right hlaco. How you like a blue
suit for flU?"
'I've got about $80 in my pocket,
and was looking for "
"Take dis gray for $14. You never
bad such a pargain in all your porn
"As I was saying. I've got about $80,
and I want to buy a pretty fair one."
"Here i one ufl wool for $12; shump
right into it."
"A pretty fair one, with silver-plated
handles," continued tho young man
"I've got 'em! I'm der only dealer in
all New York who keeps oafcrgonts mit
"1 don't mean overcoat'
"I moan coffins! Lot's sop your latest
"My front," whispered the dealer, as
he took his arm. "I don't keopgolliiH.
Vhcn I realize dot you hnf 180 In your
Itockot, inn) I haf no gonitis to sell, I
eel dot I might as vhell gif oop dis
mad struggle for riches. Haf somo pity
on a brokeu-hearted man, uud take two
bed'tpiilts ut S3 abiece, und let dot goflln
110." -Wall Hired Daily Sew.
A correspondent suggests that tho
name of Washington 1k changed to
Whitewusliingioii, on account of Its fa
cilities iu that liuu.
Frank Lnmbard'i Old Ehadj.
"Olo Shady" was tho nicknamo by
which Lumljard became known, from
favorite minstrel song of that tillo which
was in chronic domand by the habitues
of bar-rooms, the notes of which were
always redeem a bio in the host "the
housb'-' could afford. How well I ro
mombor that simple song, given with a
rollicking sense of humor combined
with a pathetic undercurrent of senti
ment which always secures applause,
only limited by tho sizo of his audience
and a fresh round of liquid inspira
tion. Giving his enormous buccaneer
like mustache an extra twist, with n
full glass in his band, Frank would
burst out with
Oh! yah! vah! dniklfs lauwh wlrl me,
Kor do white folks my OI Slmdy's free,
So don't von we ilnt Of .labile
Is a enmlnor, emnliiR Hull mighty dayl
(.'horns tuml Ui inkHj.
Den away, away, for 1 cau't wait any long
Hooiav, boorny I'm K"lntf home!
Den away, owny, for 1 can't wait any long
er, Hooray, hooray, I'm going homo!
Ob, Mni' jrot cnrpf) and o did hta lady,
Dia cblle hrt;iik for Ola Uncle Aby.
Open 1)0 Rates, out hro' Olo Klimly
A comlntf. comhiK Hull mighty duyl
Chorus (and licmtd eiicortr).
Oood-bye, Mass' Juff, good-hye, Mls'r Steph
ens, 8cusodlg nlirfjith for taktn' hi lenvlni
'rjpeot pretty soon von'll bear Undo Abrara's
Comlnif, cominK-Iliill mlKhty day!
Chorus (and do cupo).
Good-bye, bnrd work wld never any pay,
1'ae a-ffwlne up North whore the iroud folks
Dut white wheat hrpad and a dollnr a day
Are coming-. eornliiK Hail nmrbty day.
Chorus (und another round).
Oh. I've gr.t a wife and I've irot a baby
Llvlngr up yonder in Lowor Cii-nn-dy;
Won't dey iHtigh when doy son Oie Shady
A-coming, coming; Hull mlKhty day!
Chorus (to thu uceomptuituiunt of clinking1
The Two Goats.
Somebody hung a red bed-spread on
& clothes-line over at Somerville the
other day and Mrs. Moriarty's goat saw
it from tho north just as Mrs. Finne
gan's goat caught sight of it from the
south. The Moriarty goat was a little
tho farthest from it, but he traveled the
fastest, so they got there just the same
instant and recoiled about eight feet
each, and then stood and thought over
It about twenty minutes before a sud
den flap of the spread decided them to
try it again, and that time they got les
out of it than before, but they got their
mad up and stuck to it till one lost a
horn and the other an eye, and tho
Moriartvs and Finnegans nru now sworn
The Now Parlor Game.
The latent parlor game at Laramie,
W. T. Tho girls sit in one room in a
row, with a chair in front of each one.
Tho young men are stationed in another
room and are brought, in on by one.
WhflU ho comes in tho youth chooses
his chair, and tho young lady behind
blinds him with a handkerchief. Then
the black cook comes in, kisse him
and disappears. The young man Is re
leased, feeling much refreshed and
elated, and promptly retires to the
other end of the room. His feelings
when the next young man comes in and
is treated to this novel entertainment
can be imagined, but they are mitigat
ed by the pleasure of seeing tho other
fellows undergoing the experiment.
Mr.. Smith: "Poor Mrs. Siren. Thoy
bb v she has been rd.;ved to a warmer
cliinati). Do vci; t.H'.k she will go?"
Mrs. Br-'-wn (gri':: "ot wbilo
she l'v - .
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NO. 1 STOCK: Envelopes, Letter Paper, Note
Paper, Bill Heads, Check Books, Receipt
Books, Su;., &c.
The ONLY Round Hole Perforating Ma
chine in Southern Illinois.
JHE EEKLY JULLETIN..
48 COLUMNS lit.
billed With Choice Reading
. Matter and Local
TERMS BY MAIJL:
&2.00 PER YEAR
AJvraya iu Advance, r No I'Aper.
Neutral in Not li
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