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PUf?E CREAtVI TARTAR.
Ifalumoruny injijri"i:ssti!jsuiiix.' caa be found
in Andrews' Pearl Balling Powder. U is
tivi.lv PUKE. JifiiiKt'iKlorM-d.aiiatcstinionlali
ro.ii'vril Imui ntcli chemist as . Dana Hays, Boston-
M. lH'lafniitaliie, of Uiieiv.'o; and Ousuvul
Jfcde, Mllwiu!' Ni'VPfM In bulk.
C. E. ANDREWS A CO.,
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r.i-orvCorj t m
wmrntit' d ss'ia-
factory to U wearer in rvry wi,v.
or ttio ni'i'i.T refund"'! t v
the person from wurw itTat !." ma.
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Infl.iiMii.l and rutigli
mirfai;M A prppuni
t I o n of undoubted
merit. Ajiplv hy tha
little fl.ijrr lt t' thi)
uoft'llH, It wilt lie
borl", I'llVct allv
clcititpi; ttj nal
l.ttOfaci')1 of tatarrln1
ir a. raunlng healthy r rrut otm. It alluya In
ftammitl m. p-ot ct -in mem'ran ! lluiug of the
bead Ir im ad.lition.il eoM. cotnpii'to y h- a thu
"toa a-id Tii wrf tli -cnne of tnle and audi.
Bum: tin a ' rp-tiHa are rcal d by a lew anplca
tion. A THO'fOrGII TRK.VTMKNT WILL CrV.V.'.
Cream II I in h- a'tn-d ml enviable reputatlco
whor-ver known; di'ii'afltic a 1 other r-r rttloria.
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GOLD XILLAL, PAEI3, 1376.
The moat popular weot
Chocolate In the marltot. It
ii nutritious end palatable ;
a par'loular favorite with
cliiMi rn. end n moat exool
li ut urnclo for family uae.
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Tll'to dlriu Ut urn It o inottn
on mnn II mid iiK'iliutit liiT"utijietita
l:i k'nttti, proviMoii rail aloeji
diooohi(lou. flnuilo aolivotxnat
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lusl, to Utt t'teai'tititatii, ntilnvnt,.
tii-Tttr of 1 0 to fl.iMMl, canli prollta
Iihvo linoti rxalixod ami pnl't t) ll
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li onnm! Invent nii'tit, I'mflta
lMd tltatof ovnrf inontll, still lay.
inn tli" urh'l 'til lnvm.toiPtit Itiak
ttof nunr or pwvatilq on rtxiiik.n l
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luonu ol f.i'ld W r.'iit fri', W't
want rewpoimilile ai'dita. whn vi.l
rriKirtO'i eri'ita and Introntie thu
i.Ikii. luooral cunmilnnioba paj l.
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THE DALLY CAIRO RULLETLV: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 31, I8S8.
WIT AND HUMOR.
When you bury animosity, never
mind imtting up a tombstoue.
The boys In one of our gremmnr
schools call their ichoolnia'ntn ','Kx
perience," because she Is a dnar teacher.
The niatineo ma.sher at the theater is
less useful than the potttto-mrwlmr at
home, nntl often U no prettier.
There Is nothing like a molasses
cantly-pulling to nuke youiig people
candid when giving tally.
A lioness was recently sold at auc
tion in Louisville for $10. At this rate
no family need bo without a lioness.
Bow to destiny. One of these 'days
destiny may be polite enough to return
A soft answer may turn away wrath,
but it is far safer to trust to the lejjs in
case the other party is real mad.
"Ma," he asked, at dinner, "who was
Charlotte Russe?" "Oh," said ma,
"she was one of them old queens who
made trouble during the Restoration.''
A blind pauper implored a tramp for
the pift of a pair of old panU. "Great
Scott!" exclaimed the seedy wanderer,
"do as I do; get your drawers dyed."
A Russian proverb says: "Before go
ing to war, pray once; before going to
sea, pray twice; before getting married,
pray three times."
A man writes to an editor for $4 "be
cause he is so terribly short," and geU
in reply the heartless response: "Do as
I do; stand up on a chair."
"Don't you tbulr, Clara, that you
could love rue a little?'' And Clara an
swered, with her most engaging smil:
"Yes, Fred, a very little."
Y. H. Wright, an Alabama man.
quarreled with" and shot a cousin of the
same name. This is a case where two
Wrights make one wrong.
The operators in mythical mines are
always willing to let you in; but there
is quite a difference between letting you
A party advertises for a servant who
must sleep on the premises. An ex-
policeman or a private watchman niis;ht
till the bill.
Let the Monday washing and a year
ling calf speud the night in the same
back-yard, and that part of the washing
left outside of the ca'.f will be in good
shape to feed the goat on.
When Pat was sent to the lobster pot
to see if there was auvthing in it. besaid
upon returning: "fberu was no ripe
ones, sorr; there was only grane ones,
and so I tossed them all overboard."
Anv newspaper which will try to
make out thftt man hates a pillow-sbam
deserves to lose all its subscribers.
Nothing keeps Lairoil oQ' the pillow like
a sham with a lace hnrdor two inches
Money doesn't ninko the man. but
you just bet your bottom dollar that a
man wonh .f'JOfl.Ofn) cn dodge all
around tia; ).-. .inglwik, and sueli wo
ni.'U us Mr. Langtry don't think any
the le-.s of him. faddy. ' ,
Who said that inventive gonitis went
unrewarded? A New Hampshire man
who has invented a machine to make
cloves out of basswood has been offered
$50,000 for his pateut. Tb? rlovrj are
sole to hotel" by the bushel.
"Student" w ants to know what kind
of a bird was the dodo. From the fact
that the species is entirely extinct, we
suppose it was the fabled spring chick
en, of which we still hear o often and
see so never.
An Iowa juror stated in ormu court
that a man had sought to bribe him with
half a doliar. and the judge gave him
credit for his great h'rmne-s in holding
out against temptation, there is no
teliitij what might havis happened had
75 cuts ti-en otVcred.
The editor of a Dublin newspaper has
framed and hung in his oftice a unique
memorial of a reporter a forethought.
It is a telegram which he received a
few weeks ago, and it reads: "Please
keep column open for da-tardly outrage
to be committed at 11 o'clock to-night."
"DiK'S your Helen remind you of
Helen of Troy?" she asked sweetly, as
the sofa springs flattened nniler a pres
sure of one hundred and sixty pounds.
"Xo, nm precisely; you remind me
more of Helen of Avoirdupois," was his
Vanity Fair tells a story of ho- An
thonv Trollope once heard two novel
reading vmulis in a wavside inn dieens-
ing one of his "eternal ' characters. He
arose, acknowledged himself to ho the
author and promised to go home and
kill the character. In tho following in
stallment she died of apoplexy.
Mark Twain failed lo answer a letter
written to him by Sergeant Uullentine.
After waiting a reasonable time the lat
ter was so exasperated at not receiving
p.n nnwcr that ho mailed Twain a sheet
of paper and a postage stamp as a gen
tly reminder. Mr. Clemens wrote back
on a postal; "Paper and stamp uceivod;
please send an envelope."
In a town not many miles from Bus
ton a man stepped Into a neighbor's
house where lie saw the bead of the
family lying upon his back on the floor
and his wile landing over him, as he
thought, with a threatening air. Ho
was about to withdraw, when the pros
trate mao shouted; "Come along in,
Steve; she is only chalking m out a
pair of pants."
The New York Sun has a aensible
ubscriber, who wishes the paper a hap.
py New Year, and writes: "There can
be no ou 'stion that the 5uu is edited
with a higher order of judgment than
any paper 1 have read. It was the first
that has absolutely refused ever to ac
cept any of tnv contributions. When it
did that Ilelt it
was worthy of my
"So you havo left your wife bohlnd
you," said a well-mennlng lady to a lit
tle Japanese Buddhist, vho wa travel
ing in search of learning, and meant
ultimately to become a priest in a Tibe
tan monastery. "You must be anxious
to net back to her. I suppose you love
her very much?" "Lovo (,,.,. ?afi th0
horrilled Buddhist. -But we must not
love. It Is against our religion, I pity
her very much -we phy each other;
but, of course, I do not love hnr,"
A canny Scot hail got himself install
odin the eldership of the kltk, and had
for some time carried round tho ladle
for the collections. Ho bad accepted
the olllett of ehler becaus some wag had
made him b'llevc llmt the remunera
tion was sixpence each Sunday, with a
boll of meal at New Yearns day. When
the time arrived he claimed the meal,
but was told that he had been hoaxed.
"It may be sae with the meal," he said,
coolly, "but I took care of the snxpence
A good deacon and his man were mow
ing one day. Tuedoaeon, follow! ngiu tho
rear, looked up to see his man leave his
scythe and run. The good deacon call
ed out: "Tho wicked liee when no
man pursueth; but the righteous are
bold as a lion." and kept on mowing
and soon came up to the man's scythe,
and turned and lied also, and was ac
costed by his man: "A prudent man
foreseeth the evil, and hideth himself;
but the simple pass on and nro punish
ed." And thus did a hornet's nest re
call to two men this Sunday-school les
son of youth.
"Father," be began as he entered the
library with a hesitating step, "may I
ask you a question?" "Certainly, my
dear a thousand if you like." "Are
you afraid of dogs?"" "Why, no!"
"Did a dog ever bite vou?" "Never,"
"Did one ever try to?" "Notus I re
member of." "Could dogs bite you if
they wanted to?" "Why, I presume
go; but I'm not afraid." "Oh, you
needn't be a bit afraid, for I beard a
man on a Sixth avenue car say that he
was laying for you nnd would put you
where "the dogs couldn't bite you! "He
aid you unloaded ou him." ,
na a a 1
For three days a reporter of the Sun
has been probing the public mind on the
subject of James Short's weekly salary
of $10, his supporting a wife and child
in comfort and respectability, and sav
ing money thereon. The almost unan
imity w ith which he is denounced is
marvelous. He is the best, or worst,
abused man, among people who earn
small gains, in New York. One would
think him a public malefactor instead of
a public benefactor, who is endeavoring
to teach comparatively poor people how
to obtain nourishing und succulent food
at tho least possible cost.
A stalwart 'longshoreman was of the
opinion that James Short was an agent
of the giant monopolies, and was em
ployed to reduce work irgtn en's wages
to a lower standard than they are at
present "I'd like to shut him up, and
feed him on his own bill of fare for six
A communistic tailor bad read every
word that Mr. James Short had written
in the Sun, and had no objection to that
gentleman filling himself with bad
beans, but he'd rather be excused.
"That man, sir," said the tailor, warm
ing up. "is an enemy to the human race
and tit for treason, stratagem, and
spoils. Live on $10 a week! It can't be
done." On its being pointed out that it
was dene, the tailor almost foamed with
excitement "Bah!" he blurted out
"It can't be done, I tell you. I'd like to
hear the woman's side of the storv. I'll
bet she is a household drudge. Don't I
pity poor little Jackson."
"Walk in, sir. Walk in," said a decently-attired
woman, taking her hands
out of a tub of steaming clothes and
wiping them on her apron. "So jou
want to talk about Mr. James Short's
letters in the Sun. I think he is just I
right A small family can live on J10
Won't you walk into the parlor?"
and she led the way into a cozy, well
furnished room. "We have lived on $10
a week and p-sid ?15 a month rent,
though, thank goodness, we are a little
better off now. Yes, aud there were
seven of us in family my husband,
four children, and my mother-in-law.
My husband is janitor to a small society
but you mustn't mention bis namo, for
hi" employers might not like it, and, be
s'lies, I don't want my affairs made
public. Well, the great art of living
cheaply is to look alter every penny and
a 'stiu'h in time.' you know, 'saves
nine.1 You can't live cheaply if jou
buy a penny's worth tt the time. W in,
I know people who buy an ounce of
this, two ouuees of that, and a quarter
of a pound of the other, and then won
der why they don't get along. It's im
possible to do so in that way. Yes; we
were always decently dressed, and the
children well shod. " Indeed, neighbors
who had more money than we envied
our appearance. I consider it economy
to always purchase the beet. It goes
further. My husband says: 'If you only
give me a piece of meat "that big,' indi
cating about half the sie of a pohtal
card, 'give it me good.' And he's
right For breakfast we had bread and
butter, cheese, coffee, and a piece of
meat for my husb .nd, because he hail
to go to work and needed something
more nourishing. For luncheon the
same as breakfast. In the evening,
when my husband came homo, we had
dinner always a hot dinner, with in
variably two kinds of vegetables. No;
we saved no money."
The abovo conversation was held iti a
house only two blocks east of Broadway.
Nearly opposite and in tho rear of a
building, iv n easy stone's throw from
police headquarters, dwells the family
of a man who earns $1.25 per day.
The wife, a young woman looked care
worn. "My husband," said the woman, "Is
American born, and a gateman on the
elevated road. Ho earns $IM a day.
Some months he does not work Sun
days, so he averages about ,.jo per
month. 1 have two children. We pay
JQ a month rent for threo rooiui Be- i
fore I waj married I worked otit. It i J
ouncuit to get Hiong. w hat jth nick
ness aud one thing uud tinolht r it Is iui- f
pvssibloio lay by anything."
As tbe worn a u spoke the tears oi-iiie e
into her cyns. Restraining herself, she .
resumed: "My husband ca-i drink a
glas of beer iiko any man. hut as ho
can't alTord It he don't. II.? is verv
Sood, and brings mo all he earns, (f
e made S10 a week I think 1 should be
happy. I couldn't p,ivn you the items.
I ouly know that when ho brings nie the
money and 1 nay the rent and buy my
monthly supplies it is nearly gone. Wo
use astral oil because I nn'i afraid the
common oil might explode ami burn
tho children. A bag of Hour ensting
1 1.05 lusts a month.. Coal wo buy bv
tho ton, which lasts us two months'. We
cat very few vegetables besides potatoes
as they nro bejond our means. Our
meat bill is about i?l a month. Milk Is
an oxpunslvH Item, but the children hi-o
dollcr.te and need It. I urn afraid my
husband will never better hinielf, as he
knows nothing else to do." .V. 1'. gun.
ARE OF KVF.RY DAY OCCURRENCE.
Not I SINCI.E INSTANCR ON KKCOBD In the
pmt k5 years where one of
FlflB been broken open by btvglnri And robbed.
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RVE their CON
' It Uawell-known fact tha' there la NO HAFR
miden the wor d TH T UIVK- AS OUK AT feK
Cl'ltllY AS I UK HaLIAs SAFK.
They always prot ct thnlr content".
Pt-rsons having Valuables rliouhl not
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