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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING,
PURE! CRrAM TARTAI
SI 000. Given
Ifalumoranyinjuricmssiibstaiiovscan lie found
in Andrew Pearl Baking Powder. Is pos
tlTil) pnfiE. Itoiiig endorsed, and testimonials
received ft, m anoh chum ists as S. Dana Hays, Bo,
ton; i. Doliifimtnlne, of Chicago; and Gustavui
suuu, juiovntiKue. jspvprDnin In liullc.
mJ(.f. ANDREWS A f
V Mk'liitiim Ar. 287. iWD k 21U K. WutwrSt.
. Every Corsot is warranted satis
factory to its wearer in every way,
or the money will be refunded by
tho person from whom it was bought.
The only Oonct pronounced by our lending ph yslelans
at Injurlnna to tlin wearer, onili nilmn"! hj Indies a
til wenuuuuuri4UJIO aim puneeb muug luisvb w.w
PRICES, by Mull, riUee Paldi
Health Preserving, 1.5(1. NtIf.AdJui.tlnK, 1 .60
Abdominal (extra heavy) H.OO. ni-ln, 1.50
Uealth Preserving; (lino eoutlll .)(. 1'aracon
For aale by leading Itctull UiuIuik overywhere.
CUICACU COllSUX CO.. Cliicatfo, 111.
Do you want a pure, bloom
ing Complexion i If so, a
low applications of Hagan's
MAG 6UA HALM willgrat
ify you to your heart's con
tent. It docs away with Sal-
jovniess, newness, rimpies
lllotches. and all (lisrnsps am
Imperfect ions of tho skin. It
overcpnies t no iiusiieu niiear
nnco of heat, fatigue and ex
citoment. It makes a lady of
THIRTY appear but TWEN
TY ; and so natural, gradual,
and perfect are its effects,
'V that ft is impossible to detect
a is.:-i. ,. .... .
There has never hun an timlnu o in which this
sterling luvliMiratit and anll-febrlle miidlilne has
failed to wardoll tliecnmplaiM. when taken duly
at a protection ag.lu-l malmla. Hundreds of
rhtslclans have uhandomd all tliu olllclnl spec
fica, anil mw irc rltiti Mid harmlis vegetable
tonic for ch Us and fuver, ss we I as ilvspvpMa and
nervous sirnrtlont. li (stutter's Itinera Is lh
specltlo you miori.
Prtrsale hy all Drtig.'lats and Dealers (pmorally.
Atliintu liitM irnini'il irruuily by her
cotton t'xlilliltloii of lHsi. TIiitw lias
bl'CIl H COIllillllOIIS lllllllW of Jit'liplu Mini
ciipiUl, nml roitl CHtuto luis liccu In con
lUint (lonituii! for ri-wiilcncn ami nicr
enntilo purpowit. A pniln oltivntop nml
it cotton coinpri'M Imvn been built; n
Hplimin roiuiiiny ltitn conijili'ti'il ami
nourly lllli'il Its cn'imeloiw Imlltlinjr with
iiiacliiui'ry. ami In jirqmrhiu to tloviblo
Ita i'itiHi'ity; the full- bullilin Iiuh burn
jiurclmw.'il'by it coniimnv wlih n cnpltul
of fliW), 01 H), and Ik lialf'lilliil with inn
cliinorv; t'oiiiiuinicn Imvo bwn forinml
for bullilin iiiiinilim b) propitro cotton
for tlin Hpiiini'i'j fortilizor ami other
mnniifiKitorlcN Imvo Icon cHtitbliNliinl In
and ni'iir 1 1 io clly; ntxl n coiincni has
ItoiMJ orfrnnlw'tl fiV the nmniifmituro ol
. oloouMrirfti'lno. 'j'ho nri'i;iilo cnpltul
Invented slnco tho cxnUIiii ill inarm
fact iirinffciiUTpriHCH In about $ 1 ,600,000,
employing no fewer than 2,000 oportt
tivcit, ami paying ttnuiial wiies approx
I DABS NO USt s
I TRYING TO HOIOOOWH-Vl
I I ITAMBOUWOTOWISCy 1
Tlio Daily Bulletin.
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Publisher and Proprietor.
Tha rong Kind of Bjy.
Spefiking alout boys. Did you ever
notico how some boys make an dibi t to
get along in tho world. When a young
man starts out in lifo ho coinmeneus by
looking for a position in which ho may
earn his daily bread and find clothes to
cover his nakedness. If he is ono of
these reckless, vagabond sort of boys
whose thoughts don't run a rod into tho
future, or hardly keep paeo with tho
things going on around him, or has
grown up about as does a lonely and iso
lated weed in the garden that obtains its
strenlh from a rich spot in the ground
and draws nourishment from tho better
fed plants and vegetables that from their
value receive care and attention, it is safo
to say that ho is one who never thinks
of what tho next day, month or year
may bring forth, anil though nearing
the ago of manhood he is about as capa
ble of filling the position of a man at a
muley calf. Still, ho makes a pretenso
at caring for himself and claims to bo
doing all in his power to got along in tho
Such a boy starts out to obtain a situ
ation. Ho is reckless about his personal
appearance. His hair is uncombed, face
and hands unwashed, and tho general
appearance of a tramp is his exterior
recommendation. If ho applies for a
position, tho man who happens to need
a young man sizes him up and con
cludes that ho had rather employ a Dig
ger Indian, If ho has got to reform and
make clean the person whom ho hires.
And again, he will wander around for
days and weeks, hanging around places
where they have no more uso for a boy
than a dog has for two tails. Ho spends
ono day loafing about tho depot, ex
pecting some ono will como around and
oiler him a fine situation at four dollars
per day and board. Ho will stand
around and talk with tho baggage mau
at the depot, or help tho Juncli counter
clerk carry in coal for his dinner, and in
the afternoon ho loafs around some
more and scrapes tho acquaintance of
the brakoman in the yard and helps him
couple cars and unload freight, while
tho brakoman fills him full of taffy about
how easy it is to get a soft thing work
ing for a railroaoV company. The next
day he spends at tho police court listen
ing to the cases tried, loafs an hour or
two at tho post-ofiico, awhile in a billiard
hall and winds up with a visit to a sa
loon. All the time ho is fairly aching to
have some one give him a position and
ho curses tho country whero a young
man can find nothing to do.
Men don't hire boys from under the
eaves of a saloon, and when they are
looking for a young man to do a job ot
work they do not go through tho crowd
loafing around tho depot with a search
warrant, and pick out the dirtiest young
tramp among the number. No one cvei
heard of a man who wanted to hire a
young, bright, active, stirring boy, with
tiro in his eye, energy and vigor in his
constitution, looking over tho loafers at
tho police station for such a boy. At
such places all tho boys you would find
would only have energy enough to mas
ticate a chew of tobacco, or hold down a
dry goods box" on a street corner all day,
and swear through ' tho "evening about
tho cursed country where there was
nothing for a boy to do.
When a farmer comes into town
looking for a boy to help at the spring
work, at fifteen dollars per 'month and
board, ho don't look through the corri
dors of tho postolllco and pick out the
slouchiest looking loafer in tho crowd,
or hunt up a billiard hull, and hire the
boy who can "poeket" tho most balls at
pool, or drink the most beer. Many aboy
with holes in his hoots and his coat torn,
but whoso face and hands were clean,
his eyes bright, and his system full ot
energy, has carried off tho persimmons
when others and better dressed boys
have stood around with their bands in
their pockets cursing their luck. Hut
tho boys can make up their minds that
while a business man sees them loafing
around depots, police-courts, the post-1
ollice, or street corner, he would not
hire any one of their number to carry
swill to his pigs. That's about tho way
business men feel about it, and it Is time !
the boys knew it. The cleanest, bright.
est boy is the ono who catches on every:
time. lrk'n Sun.
Inherited Strength. !
Prof. 11. A. Proctor found at Reno, I
Nevada, -a man who clnims to bo the:
strongest mau in tho world. His namoi
is Angela Cardella. . Ho is an Italian
ugud thirty-eight, and stands live feetj
ten inches In height, weighing 138 pounds. ;
His strength wan born with him, for ho
litis had no athletio training. Ho ditl'ers
from others chiefly in osHfloug Biructure.
Although not Of tltiHsual ; size, his spinal. 1
column Is double tho ordinary width and
his bones and joints aro taado on a siml- i
lar largo and goneroustoalo. He can lift
a man 20Q jtounds with tho middle linger
of his right hand. The man stood with
ono foot on the floor, ' his arms out
stretched and lis hand grasped by two i
persons to balance his body. Cardella
then stooped down and placod tho third
linger of his right hand under the man's
foot, and, with scarcely any perceptible !
effort, raised him to tho height of four
feet and dejKisitcd him on. a table near at
hand. Once, two powerful Irishmen
waylaid Cardella wlti 1utnt to thrash
hlra, but ho seized one In each hand and
hftmmerod them together till tho lifo
was nearly hammered out of them. He
iof a quiet arid ' peneef til disposition,
and his trongth Is inherited, for ho
status Unit his father was more power
ful tliun Miutittlf '
The Doctor's Endorsement.
Dr. W. D. Wright, Cincinnati, 0., sends tho sab.
joined profeMlouNl endorsement; "I have pre
scribed Dr. Win. Hall's Halsam for tho Lungs In
Ureal Number of casus, and alwais with suci.a.
Onocaso lu ( articular was given up by sevoral phy
sicians wlioliad been called in for consultation with
myself. Tho nation t had all tho symptoms ol son
firmed consnmptton cold night sweats, hectic
fuver, harussit k roiiKh, etc. lie commenced nn-
mediately to Ret batter and was soon restorer to
his usual health. 1 have alto found Dr. Wm. Hill's
Balaam for the Luuks the most valuable eiuec(
orant for breaking up distressing coughs and colds
that 1 bare ever need."
Durno'i Cstarrh Huuff cures Catarrh and ill sf
fuctlonsofthu mucous Dcnl)rano.
David Davis Foot-Raoe,
A correspondent sends us tho follow
ing story: "The genial old Senator who is
now enjoying his lioucymoon takes tho
jokes of his friends in such good humor
that ho will excuso me for telling a
story that I heard narrated of him in
Washington. It goes, that while he
rvas dining ono day at Wormley's with
somo friends, among whom was Mr.
Evarts, tho conversation drifted to ath
letic sports and foot-races. Mr. Evarts
with a view to ono of his sarcastic jests,
turned to the great trunk alongside of
him, from which he himself may be sup
posed to have been whittled off as a
sliver, and suggested that such sports
were something entirely out of his lino.
'Well, Evarts,' replied Judge Davis 'per
haps you think I can't run? Now, look
here, I'll bet you a case of wine I can
beat you in a hundred yards if you will
let mo choose my ground and will give
mo live yards start. I'm heavy, voa
know, ami I want solid footing.' Mr.
eEvarts was satisfied that ho 'had it dead
sure thing,' and as the evening had ad
vanced, the dignified company resolved
to unbend itself still further for the
sport. 'Como on, then, shouted tho
Senator, 'follow mo!' So away they
went, down to a narrow alley that runs
between Twelfth and ThiiWuth streets.
Marching into it for the distance of five
yards, wiiilo his arms touched tho brick
work on each side, ho quietly observed:
'Now, Evarts, get in behind mo, and
take your time. I am going to tako
mino!"'-rAr. Y. rust.
No Wonder They Suffer.
"Whar did I git dis meat, yeraxes!"
said a colored gentleman in reply to a
policeman who stopped him on tho
street arid inquired concerning tho
proper ownership of a large piece ol
beef carried by the negro, "dat s a line
way ter bid a gentl'man tie time ob do
ebenin'. My son drives a butcher's cart,
"But the butcher did not give him all
of that meat, did he?"
"Yon (loan know dem butchers liko I
"I'll take you on down to the station.
Where are you going, anyway?"
"Jes let me git through, boss, an' den
I'll go wid yer widout tie sign oh aninr
mcrment. " Do butcher tolo my son tei
take a line piece home an' when hedruv
up an' left it at do gate, I seed dat he'd
Jef too much, an' now, boss, I'se on my
way ter take de meat back ter do butch
er. Get outen my way ."boss, an' let me
take do meat homo 'fore it spiles. All
right, den, take de meat and let me go
home. Want me ter go wid yer? All
right. I'so neber gwinter vote wid dc
white folks no moah. No wonder dat
do white folks suffer." Arkunsaw Trav
eler. mm e -
The Law of Legitimacy.
To check increase of population many
of tho minor States of Germany have
had laws upon their, statute books for
bidding marriage until tho contracting
parties were long past youth. This re
sulted in the formation of unlawful
unions and the birth of many illegiti
mate children. Tho couples lived to
gether till the legal ago and then were
married, but the children born out of
wedlock were held to be illegitimate and
could not inherit property. The. New
York Court of Appeals, recently, how
ever, decided that a couple born in
Wurtemburg, ami who hail illegitimate
children there, upon marrying in Penn
sylvania legitimized their offspring. One
of our inferior courts had held that as
the law in the State of New York de
clares illegitimate children shall not in
herit, even though tho parents are sub
sequently married, therefore the elder
children'of this Wurtemburg couple had
no claims on the property of their par
ents. As the marriage, however, took
jihiee in Pennsylvania, where marriage
legitimizes previous offspring, the Court
f Appeals justly held that there. should
be no property distinctions between tho
children. Ik'nioresfs, Monthly.
I had severe attacks ot gravel and kid
ney trouble; was unable to get a medicino
or drctor to cure mu until I used Hop Bit
ters, and they cured mo in a short time.
A Distinguished Lawyer of Wayne Co.,
Monday Evening, May 21, 1883.
Tho cold wave struck us yesterday, fol
lowing tho heavy ruins of the preceding 34
hours and to-day winter clothing and fires
have been brought into requisition and
many of our citizens are reminded how un
safe it is to take down stoves too early in
the season. !
The market is very quiet in all its
brunches, Transactions in leading articles
are very light and prices are gonerally
weak and unsettled,
FLOUR As a rule tho market is steady
at the closing prices' of last week, with.a
very liht movement,
HAY The supply h large and the de
maud light. Only strictly choice will
bring anything liko a fair price. I
CORN Receipts have been light but
the demand is . very small. . Only choice
milling corn meets with ready brIo. ;
OATS The market is weaker owing to
large receipts and accumulation of stocks.
Tho demand Is limited.
MEAL Steady and firm at quotations.
BRAN Quiet and steady.
BUTTER Tho market is largely over
stocked; prices aro lower and weak. Re
ceipts, owing to decline in other markets,
have been very heavy. Only strictly
choice will sell, ' ' .
KGQS-Scarce and very Arm ; not enough
corses to supply tho local trade.
POULTRY All kinds aro scarce and
sell on arrival at quotations.
FRUIT Apples are nominal; strawber
ries are in good demand; the cold is likely
to make them scarce and advance prices,
Salon ana Quotations.
NOTE. Ths prices tare itivun are for 'mm
first bands to round lota. An advance Ir
chars ed for broken lolsin Biltscorrters,
3)0 various trade S on&6 to
4nn bids vsrloua crudes .4 &Klt Ml
100 hhls fancy 5 60
ittObbls patent n p.
8 cars prime Timothy .... in on
II cars choice small bale 12 "
3 cars good mixed 0 00
4 csts gilt edge small hale 13 00
1 csrs damsgud red top w 0 00
2 curs white in bulk 52
8 cars mixed Id balk bi
2 cars choice In balk IMMn 43
A cars tu bulk 43
lcars In bulk 4;l
No. Hed, perbu 1 08
No. i Msdliorsnean 1 02
4nn bbla City In lots 2 703 7S
400 bbls City i 7n
CiO pounds Northern 20
sat) ' pounds Northern Dairy small pkgs .. .. . W
800 pounds Southern Illinois ir
400 pouuds count y 15
400 doxen -
LaiRF choice - 1A 00
7 coops mixed
Scoops hens 4 50
Common w...,.... 1 001 so
Nhelnlsh Mar 4 r05 to
Wlnssps 2 5H M
Fancy Wlnesap 3 75
Choice Genatlns 8 50
slack packed fruit 60c to 1. 00 less
40 crates S 00
U0 c ater ....2 50(33 '
ON ION B.
Northern Peach Blows per bush. U030S
Southern Ills, Peach Blows per buab tViK'Ji
New potatoes per bbl 4 U)
1 9038 00
1'lnln barai ... ..............
8. C. liiiuiv ..u
II a i a oont
St. Johns ' 15
Ohio River . 1 IK
9'i hualiel bnrlaps
5 bushel " .
Heacbua, halves and ij aarlers ,
Cream ............ ....mm............ ... . . . .......m.
Dry Klin t choice
Dry Salt m .... H... ................... .
Green Salt ....mm
Sheep Pelts, dry . . . .,
Sheen P Its. sreen
Common Lug f l 7rVt la
tiood luga 4 tKKtt 5 0(
-Xiw Leaf 4 T.Vii r IK
Medium Loaf H WW 7 fC
Uor 4 Leaf 1 50 9 '0
RATES OK FRUIOUT.
Ora.n Hay Flour Pork
Vcwt. Vcwt. l bbl. Whhl.
Merpbli 12 1A lift 85
r-.v. Orleans, 18' W 21) 7X
neiena, Ark 20 an 45
Vicksburg, IrAJ 20 DO 45
War below Memphis. 17 a (2
i rtc, on.M i
THE ERE AT snV
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Haadacht, Toelhschs.
or Tbrostt, rawllln Kpr-lns, Bruises,
'Harna, Mpailda, froat HHes,
asp Alh oriiaa mili raisa ami trims.
II4 sy DrusOU 4 Pmlars tvwjiwtm. riru Ctuw a Iwitla.
' . . DinartlMi la II UaioafM.
TBECHAai.ru a. voiiixfcst on.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8
Ih a Ponltlve f'uro
For all those Painful Complaint and Weakaessts)
so aunimoa to our brat female population,
k Medicine for Woman. Invented by a Woman.
Proparod hy a Woman.
tkt GrMlMl iMtlial DtMowy Stan tin Dan of IllsUry.
tlTH revlvoa the drooplnjr spirits, Invigorates and
WmontKn the organic f unct loru, give elasticity and
trmnaas to the step, restores the natural lustre toff
sye, and plants on th pal ehook of woman the f re. !
roses of Ufa's spring and early summer time.
tWPhyslclant Use It and Prescribe It Freely
It removes fiUntm-sa, flatulency, destroys all craving
for aUmuliuit, and rallovas weakness of the stomach.
That fueling of bearing down, causing pain, weigh
n.l IxK'kitche, Is always pertnaneotly cured by Ita uae.
For the cure of Kidney Complaints of either se
this Compound Is unsurpassed.
I.YDIA K. riNKHAsTii BLOOD PURIFIER
will emilicuto ever veliir i,r Uumora from Lli
Ithnxl, and wire tons snd ctivngth tn (he sysU'm, of
luau wujuau ur child. Inll on uavlug U.
Both the Compound and Blood Purifier are prepared
at to and 5 Western Avenue, Lynn, Mass. I'rkeof
either, ft, 81s bottles for t Sent by mall In the form
of pills, or of losi'Tiffus, on receipt of prlee, ft per boa
for either. Mr. Plnliham freely answers all letter of
Inquiry, Enclose 3ct atamp. Send for pamphkt.
No fumltr should 1 without LYDIA K. PIVKHAMI
LIVKU 1'ILI.S. Tb'.y euro conotipallon, bUiouaoeaa
aud torpidity ot the liver. M oeuta pur box.
i-8old by sill DruggUta.-ja
Hop Bitters are tho Purest aud Be,st
liirters pver .du i.
Thev are Ciiiuixiiinili-il from lions. M ilt.
Biichu. Mandrake ami Danduloin thcold-
est, bet, and most valuable medicines
in tlio worUUnd contain all the best and
most curtive properties of nil other rem
edies, being tlio greatest Blood Purifier,
Liver Regulator, und Life and Health Re
storing Agent on earth. No disease or il!
health cm possibly long exist where these
Hitters ate used, so varied and perfect are
They give i:ev lite and vigor to the aged
aud infirm. T a'l vhoge employments
cause irregularity of the bowels or urinary
organs, or n quire an apetiz.T, Toi'ic and
mild Stimulant Hop Hitters are invaluable,
being highly curative, tonic and stiniula
tint', without Intoxicating.
No matter what vuar fcelintrs or svidd-
- ---- rf c,- V I
tonis are, what tint dine nee or ailment if
use Hop Bitters. I)i n't wait until you
are sick, but if yen only feci bad
or miserable, use nop Bitters at
once. It inav save your life.
Hundreds have been saved bv so doinir.
f.V)Q will be paid for a case they will not
cure or neip.
Do not aultar or let votir frionds suffer.
but uhu and tirce them to use Hop Bitters.
Reniembcr Hop Hitters is no vi!e,driigBed
drunken nostrum, but the Purest nml
Best Medicine ever Hindu; the . "Invalid 's
Friend ami Hope," and no person or fair.ily
should be without (hem. Try the Bitters
K'l'i'L'.L- " ", " ?j
A DISORDERED LIVER
IS THE BANE
oi' tha present generation. It li tor the
fjuro of this disonge and its attendants,
SICK-HEADACHE, BILIOUSNESS, DVS
jEPBiA, C0W8TIP ATIOW, PIi.ES, eto., that
ftTTT'S PLLL3 rve jtaTned a worTcPwlde
rep u to t i bn'N oRe inedy" has evolrbften
ffiBCovered tbat acta ao gently on the
digestive organs, gl vicn tham vigor to a-
fimirateTbod. As a natural readlt, the
Nervous System iano raced, the Muscles
are Developed, and the Ilody Robuat.
Cliillm ond Fovor,
B. RIVAL, a Planter at Dayou Sara., La,., aaysi
My plantatioD la In a malarial dlatrtot. For
several yearn 1 could not make half a orop on
svooount of bllloua dlannaoa and obilla. I was
snarly dlaoouragnd when I began the una ol
TUTT8 PILLS. The result was marvelous:
toy laborers soon became hnarty sod robust,
and I have had no further trouble.
They rvllrvr the engorg-d M oielsns
th llloud from pulaonous humors. Mntl
ranse lhe bowels to su-t iiMlumlljr, wltii.
out whie-h noons run (frl well.
Try this moody fntrlr, sumI yon will rain
hrnlthy IHnrallon, Vigoroita KmIt, pure
Illood, Mronar Nerve-a, and a Mound Llvrr.
1'rlce.ttaOiiU. 4lltr, &1 Murray ML, M. Y.
TITTPS HAIR DVE.
Oray ITair .ir WltlflKl .mchnnged toaOriwy
tli.Ai K hy u hIiikIc iippllcntlDii of this Dye. It
itnrmrtx a tmtiinil color, and acta InHtanUtneoiiKly,
Hold hv Dniggisui, or arnt by express on receipt
Offioe, Cr$ Murray Street, NswYork,
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The PsMonRer Drnnt or tho Chicago, St. Louis
and .lew Orleans; Illinois Central; Wabash, Nt,
Louis and Pacific; Iron Mountain and Boolhorn,
Mobile and Ohio; Cairn and Ht. Louis Railways
are ull Just across the strnots while the Stoamhoat
Lauding is but one sqtiarn distant.
This Hotel Is heated by steam, bus steam
Laundry. Hydraulic Elovatur, Electric Call Hells.
Automatic Ftro-Alarms, limbs, absolutely pure sir,
pertoctsewerairu and complete appointments,
Snunrh furnishings j perfect service; and an nn
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