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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 3, 1883.
TUE lii:ST TJIIXG KNOWN
In Hard or Soft, Hot or ( old Water.
RATFS I.AHOR. TIMK ami POAP AMAZ
INGLY, nuU gives univ'rl sidlafaouou, CQ
family, rich or iwor, btiould be without it.
hold by all (iroeer. UKWAK "J 'r"ltU??'
well deMgned U mislead. I'hAitl.INK I ttta
OM.Y HAVK labor saving coniioiiuil, JU4
must bears tliu above symbol, ami mime ol
jaukh rvi.E. new yukic
The nnly known specific for Klli-ptto Flu.
Also for Kpaoina and Falling Sickness. Norrou
Weakness It Instantly relieves and curea. (Icansc
blood and quickens sluggish clrculailon. Neutra
lity germ of disease and saves ilcltneai. Curei
A SKEPTIC SAID)
ngly blotches and stubborn blond sores. KUmlnatci
Bolls, Carbuncles and Scalds. 5l"ermanently and
promptly cures purulj-l. Yes, H Us charming and
healthful Aperient. Kill' Scrofula and Kings Evil,
twin brothers, changes bad breath to good, remov-
ln(r the causo. Root billons tendencies and make
dear complexion. Equalled by none In Die delirium
of fever. A charming resolvent and a matehlcu
laiatlre. It drivel Sick Headache like tlie wind.
Urc'ontaina no drastic cathartic or oplatcl. Relieves
the brain of morbid fancies, f romptly cure Rheu
matism by routing It. Restores llfe-glvlng' proper
tie to the blood. Is guaranteed to cure all nervous
disorders, gjriicllable when all oplatci fall. Re.
frckhet the mln J and Invigorates tho body. Cure
dyspepsia or money refunded.
Diseases of the blood ownltaconuueror. Endorsed
In writing by over liny thouand lending cilliena,
Clergymen uud physldmui lu I', b, and Europe.
fJTFor sale by all leading drui-KMs. $1.50. (18)
t For Testimonials and circulars send stamp.
The Cr.Si. Richmond Med Co.St. Joseph, Mo.
bus (.'allied an enviable
known, displacing all
ether pr paratioua. An
art c e of undoubted
UO.1'111 OK SNUFF
HAY"FEVEP Apply by t'.o Anger
81" ' -w,-liito tho nostrils. It
will bo absorbed, chV-nmlly cleansing the nasal
passages of rathnrrhal virus ruining healthy se
cretlon. It nliays li ll.iininaiion, protects the
n:eiiibrnnii1 II lutrs of the head from additional
cold, completely h-alu the s ire and restores the
sets" of i"te and smell. Ilenetl lal results arc
realized hv a few n ill' Inni .
A Tllo'lOflii! TKKA I'M E WILL (THE.
L'neq inled for r.il l In ilie Head, Heartache and
Deafne-s, or any k u l of mucous ineiii'iraual Irrita
tion. M-iid for ein u;ar. Hr mall, prepaid Utc.
apsikax'" "''imp received, sold iy all whole
rale i' ml retail d-ngg'stn.
EI.V'SCKKAM HALJI CO..Owcgo, N. V.
the 1U!U: of tuo tuuiun rec. Tbcio
armjiVKw ni.iicaiu ihuir extottneo : Loat ol
Appetltr, Uutvcu toitlvc, hick Head
xl.r, full lie., iiaer tallng, nvertion to
I I T or "', lutUtlon
of food, Jrrluwilty of temper, Low
jplrlU, a, frrlltiK of h.vlng Uju
m. ilty, lUzi,tr, rintlerlnj at the
Heart, laotas btfor ihe tyn, hlKhly col.
-red i n,.,, tO.NHin,, and de.
tniind Hi., nso ofttrointfdythHt RcWdirw.tly
'.",, h,''L'lv,'r- Asa Liver modloini! TfTT'Sl
1 1 m.m bav no c jiml. 'i ln:lr act Ion on tlw
fti'iiinyguiidikin UnKo iii'.iii.t; mmovina
all luiptintles thronisli tlieno thrixj arav
neri of i,e aysi.m," nrxlticlnK appe.
tit'-,oiirnl 'liuoHtiiin, rep;iiiiir HtfwdM, cluiir
MUnund u vlorou bfxlv. 'I I'TT'S PILLM
V,'r"n,? nu'tt or K'll'li'if nor Interfere
itti dully work mid nre a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
HE FUELS EI HE A AEW MAN.
I nnvo had DyBpi paiu, with ConHtlpa
tlon.two yearn, and Imvc tried ton dlfferont
kinds of puis, und TITT'B aro Uie flrnt
that have dono me any good. They huvo
. i11.' V'm ,llc,,l'- 'y appetite la
splendid, I.hkI dlgenu readily, and 1 now
Lave nuturul Tiuhnngen. i ubo a new
man." W.U KUWARDS, 1'aluiyri.O.
rWildeverrwhi-re.anc. (pflj.,44 MorraySt. N.Y
TUH'S HAIR DYE.
laiit y toa (.r.Mr liucK hy u el "ulo ai.
plteatlon of tlds inn. Hold ty Drgl.u!
or iH!iit by cx.rehe (in receipt of l.
Offle, 44 Murray Street, New York
TiniMAmiQFJBKii RECEIPTS FRFV.
How Many Miles Ho You Drive?
ODO M K T 1: II
This Instrument la no lamer than a watch. It
tells the exact unmoor of in I In driven In tho
1-lnoin part ol a mile; count up lo lullus
water and (Inst tight; alwayn in order; saves
horses Irom being over-driven; Is easily attached
to the wheel uf a lingK), Carriage, htllky, Wagon
Rosd Cart, bulky 1'low, Hcaper, Mower, or other
vehicle. Invaluable to Liverymen, Pleasure
Drtrers, l'hylclns, Farmers. Surveyor, Dray.
men, Kk pressmen, Staye Owners, Ac, 1'rlce only
fl Oleach, ooe-thlrd the price of any other Odotn-
ter. When ordering give diameter of tan wheel.
Hetit by mail on receipt sif price, post paid.
"Aid ress MuDON NK1.L OUOM KTk.lt CO,,
a Nona Lt Halle ht., Chicago.
tr Bond for Circular. gft-Uiu.
Tho Daily Bulletin.
OFFICE! NO. 7 It OHIO LKVKE.
OFFICIAL PAPKH OP ALBXANUEIt COCK1 V.
BNTKHRU AT TUB CAIUO rOSTOKKIOK Kill
Til ANMMIBHION Til BDUOIl TIIK MAILS AT
Tin Art of ratcbuij?.'
At Alu-Tilni'ii, Si-dtliiml. tlmri) win
hnM recciitl) oiitf of llmsii I'xlilliiliiitis,
liulf nmrket anil half imi'H'iini. In wliicli
the soul (if t ho ennny Snot (lelijrhts.
Tlion- w as a li:iltiy of tho coniiiii-Hts if
Switiisli huiisuwifttry over tho uccitlpnis
tJitit heall aij)iirt!l; in other words a
tlepurtini'iit wus ilovotoil to tliu exhibi
tion of skillful work in palirhins und
darning. Your Scot likes to liavu hU
nitiro of tho best material. nnl tlm
women believo In woolens that will
hold water and Rtlks that will stand
without Hssistaneo. Then, when the
garment is made', it is expected to last
almost a lifetimo, and an aeeidental
rent is regarded as Homothiug that calls
for repair and not for reuewnl. Here,
accordingly, is shown an India shawl
in which a long slit had been burned.
Skillful hands have worked carefully
over the fabric, and so faithfully has
the pattern been followed that at a dis
tance of a yard tho place where tho
shawl was darned could not bo discover
ed. A tine swallow-tail coat, in tboskirtof
which an obtrusive uail had made
havoc, has a sijuaro patch so deftly in
serted as to bo invisible save to the
keenest vision. Costly silken hose in
elaborate patterns, darned in a hundred
places, defy the closest inspection of
the curious who desire to tind where
the holes really were. So in hundreds
ot diverse iiisla!;c;.'3 de layed in this ex
hibition the genius of Aberdeen house
wives for economy has enabled them to
rescue from tho ragbag valuable mate
rial whose defects might be hidden on
ly by dexterous patching. They culti
va'e this ait as an incidental develop
ment of the same native shrewdness
that prevents their husbands and broih
ei.s from rushing hastily into an impor
tant enterprise and makes the thrifty
Seed an exemplar of provident yet not
The great majority of American
women do not believe in this sort of
thing. If in all tho multitudinous
county fairs that yearly possess our
land there should beset apart a space
for the exhibition of darning or patch
ing there would scarcely be found any
one credulous enough to believe that
entries of meritorious work of this kind
would bo made. The matron of an
American household manages things far
differently. Whatever shows signs of
wear, or is accidentally injured in out
ward appearance, is too often ruthlessly
consigned to the old-clothes heap, to he
exchanged ero many days for a 10-cont
wash-basin or a sheet-iron stew-pan.
So firmly fixed among American wo
men has the loL-oiy become that a hole
is better than a patch, because one m&y
be the result of accident, while the
other is a confession of conscious par
simony, that you may see almost any
day on the street young damsels, ma
ture, matrons aye, and gray-haired
grandmothers as well whose silken at
tire on close inspection displays a tell
tale rugged ness here or there, which
speaks in mute eloquence of a common
carolessness. To these women, he they
vivacious or demure, gracious or ascet
ic, a darned spot is condemned in its
existence even as the blood on the guil
ty lingers of Maebetii's wife, while a
pateli is dreaded as though it were a
llaming bar sinister, telling of unspeak
The essential unsoundness of these
opinions, not only when held by the
gentler .'ex with regard to the humble
patch, bin also when applied io that
array of small economies by which the
frugal-minded increase their store
w ithout decrease of comfort, is appar
ent when they are considered w iUi ref
erence either to immediate or prospu-t-ive
good. When achievement takes the
place -of carelessness there is always
ga'n to the individual. The future l as
something certain and tangible in stoe,
too, for those w ho waste not. Ti.ore
has taken root in tho American con
sciousness a general conviction that in
dependence of fortune can only be se
cured by some grand stroke, some bril
liant conception winch at once discloses
bow the llower ease may he suddenly
pluck j'I from the nettlo toil. So fatal
an i rmr deserves only to he cast out,
ro d and branch. To save, steadily,
persistently, and with self-denial, will
do better for the master of an American
home than lo live up to his income, ex
pecting meanwhile that some scheme
w ill be hit upon that will bring returns
unparalleled. And tho American house
wife may amply commend her own
judgment if, in studying tho manifold
phases of household economy, slut imi
tates the example of tho Aberdeen
women, who have put into such skillful
practice the despised science of patch
ins. Freeman Salisbury, of Michigan,
1-ased a house to Nicholas Porter, but,
discovering tome bedbug cavorting
uround on Porter's furniture, as it was
about to be moved, declined to proceed
any further with his contract of letting,
and locked tho house against Porter.
The ground that he assigned for this
proceeding was that tho only occupants
of tho house contemplated by him in
his agreement were Porter and the
members of his family, and he did not
proposo to let any other live stock en
ter. Porter sued for damages, nnd re
covered a verdict for $'.'5 and costs, but
Salisbury has appealed, and proposes
to litigate as long as his means will al
low. A Lively Lookout for Jones -"Oil,
tnatiima, that's Capt. Jones' knock! I
k no .v im litis come to ask mo to be his
wife. "Well, my dear, you must ae
c;P 'Hut 1 thought you hated
hnu so. '.Hate him? 1 do-so much
that I mean to bo bis mother-in-lawl"
(Il:cngn fcyycoi, especially to
Uude "Mow, what would you say
if I gave you a shilling apiece?'' Mas
tcr Jack "I'd rather you gave mine to
sis. uncle, and tell her to buy mo a shil
ling cannon, as pa said the lint money
1 got should go for that window I
Fr;ini an Dppar Window.
A drowsy teamster was rattling lazily
ulong Federal street, Hoston. He was
leaning on his dhow on the scat of tho
cart and seemed not far from the land
of Nod, when suddenly there swooned
down upon him from an upper window
a largo section of watermelon rind, which
struck him on tho head, jammed his
huj over his eyes, and sprinkled the cart
and the back of the horso with bits of
pulp. Tho concussion of the missile
against tho teamster's bead startled tho
horso and half-stunned the teamster.
Tho animal soon quioted down, but it is
hardly necessary to say tho man did
not. Ho took bis whip, got down from
tho wagon, and, with a bito-off-tho-end-of-a-ten-penny-nail
expression of coun
tenance, looked around for somebody
whom he might encounter with impu
nity. A small ragged urchin near by,
who was looking on with evident en
joyment, caught his eyo. He collared
him at once.
" Did you throw that brickP" he de
"(Josh, no," gaspod tho urchin, 'U
warn't mo lired it; honost, miBter. I
ain't seen no bricks."
'Well, who did throw it?"
"I guess it was a feller named Boogo
in that building over there. I see him
poke his head out of tho window jest
now. He's been liring hunks of water
melon all the afternoon."
Tho teamster caught sight of what
appeared to bo a head dodging from
sight, and marked the doorway which
seemed to open the wav to the spot.
The teamster disappeared through the
doorway, and tho boy dodged around
the cornel. Presently the teamster re
appeared in the street, but only to
p.ungo into an adjoining doorway. He
spent the next twenty minutes in explor
ing tlio adjacent buildings for the man
named Hooge; but there seemed to be
a great scarcity of Hooges in tho neigh
borhood. Meanwhile the man who threw tho
melon rind, having cleaned up all tho
traces of his late watery feast and
scraped all tho seed into a bag, which
he sent down into tho basement by an
errand boy, stood in tho shadow of the
window curtain aud watched the evolu
tions of his victim with an air of evident
interest. Hccouldu't hear the teanHer's
voice because lie was so far away; but
ho could occasionally see his lips move.
When the teamster finally got into his
wagon again and drove away, his lace
that he was
the street, however, knew
saving: "If I catch tiro
mucker he'll never throw no mere wa
tcrnielons at nobody." From the way
he spake, the bystanders gathered that
he believed himself to have been hit
with a whole one. When ho had entire
ly gone, the man in Ihe window heaved
a sigh of relief und got down. Ho
Ivida'l been frightened at all, of course,
hut oiueiiow he felt h.ippier. Ilox'n
i '.' .
No iuvention of the nineteenth century
bus worked a greater revolution in house
hold economy or conferred more of a bene
fit on humanity than the sewing machine.
Ihe first production were etude aud un
couth in the extreme, and it was reserved
for American fkill and ingenuity to bring
foith a midline of any practical value.
In order to appreciate the great advance
ment wl ich has taken place it is only nec
essary to compare one of the machines
built during the infancy of tho invention
with one of the latest improved "Light-running
All the really good points contained in
other midlines have been utilized in its
construction Many new improvements and
devices have also bepn added, the result of
which is h machine as nearly perfect as it
is possible to make one.
For simplicity, durability, ease of man
hC' innnt and capacity for work, the "Light
Running New Home" has no rival, and the
happy possessor of one may rest assured
that he or she has the very best tho world
All who send for the company's new il
lustrated catalogue, and enclose their ad
vertisement (printed on another page) will
receive a set of advertising novelties, of
value to card collectors. Their address is,
NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE CO.,
J)0 Union Square, New York.
"It has become so common to write the
beginning of an brticle, in an elegant, in
"Then run it into some advertisement
that we avoid all such,
"And simply call attention to the merits
of Hop lliturs in as plain, honest terms
"To induce people
' To give them one trial which so proves
their value that they will never uso any
"The Remedy bo favorably noticed in
all the papers,
"Religious and secular, is
"Havini; a larL-c sale, aod is sutmlant-
intr all other medicines.
"There is no denx ino- tbn virtues of the
Hop plant, and the proprietors of Hop Bit
ters have show n great shrewdness
"In comptiundiiif' a medicine whose vir
tues are so palpable to every one's observa
Did She Uie?
"She lingered and suffered alone-, nininrr
sway all the time (or years,"
" 1 ho doctors doing her uo good
"And at last was cured by this Hup Hit
ters the papers say so much about."
"How thankful we Bhould be for that
A Iiaughtcr'u Mincry.
"Eleven years our daughter Buffered on
a bed of misery,
"From a complication of kidney, liver,
rheumatic trouble and nervous debility,
"Under the cure of the best physicians,
"Whogavu her disease various names,
"Rut no ndief,
"And now she is restored to us in good
health bv ns aimhlo a remeilu as )lrn u;e
----- j - i . . - -, .. -. ' . . i . i l
ters, that we had shunned for years before
using it." The Parents.
Father ia Getting Well.
"My datight- rs say:
How much belter father Is since ho used lion
"He Is getting well after his long mfferlug from
a dlnease ueclarud Incurable."
"And w are so glad that be tiled jour Hitters '
A Ujir of L'tlea.N. Y,
THE GREAT GERMAN
Itelli vea and cure
III! KAt IIK,
IIKin M UK, TOOTHACHE,
h I'll A IX ,
Soreness, Cuts, Bruises,
111 It.VH, M AI.I,
And nil other hodlly aehea
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
N.lil l,y nil IirugKlHUi and
(loiter. Iiireeiidiia In II
The Charles A. Vogeler Co.
Kiilllinore, Md I'.W. A,
ill " l Mtt.
PORT GIIAPE WINE
Spker's Port Gfape Wine !
FOUR YEARS OLD.
HIS CELEBRATED NATIVE WINE is male
from the lulce of the Oporto Oraoe, raised in
this country, its invaiunoie tonic ana s'rentn
enlng properties are unsurpassed bv auy otnur
Native Wine. lielD? the pare Juice of the (irape,
produced under Mr. spt-er s owii personal inpervi
sum, He purity and genu Hit nuss, are guaranteed
Tb'i younest child mny partake of Its generous
qualities, and the weaken! invalid use It to advan
tage It Is particularly beneficial to the aged and
debilitated, and suited tu the various ailments that
atlVct the weaker (ex. It Is In every respect A
,1 l r. I u Dr. nc. 1. 1 &ll .
Speers P. .J. Sherry.
The lV .1. SUKItH V Is a wine of Superior Char
acti rand i artakes of the rich qualities of the grape
from whtrh It is made For Purity, lllchness, Kla
voi and Medicinal Properties, lt will be (on nil un
Sneers P. J. Brandy.
This T! HANDY stands unrivaled In this Countrr
helm; fur superior fur medicinal purposes. It I
pnredistlllati'jn from the grape, ami contains val
uable medicinal properties. It has a delicate fla
vor, similarto that of the grapes, from which lt Is
distilled, and la In great favor among first-class
families. See that the signature of ALKUED
8PKKH, Passaic, J ii over the cork of eacb
Rold By PAU L SCI IUI I
AND BY DRCGUISTS EVERYWHERE.
A Hare Investment !
A LEADING WHOLESALE liUSINESS,
IN THE CITY OF PITTSBURG,
WITH A YEARLY TRADE
AMOUNTING TO 475,000
Furr mn.t in its line, ranklns high in pnbllc fat
or, and enjoying a firmly established and rapidly
Incr. a-iiigtriide. the prospects of this house are ei-
J rcme'.v brigl.t, and the present management has
.been iLflneiiCed to retire only on account of 111
1 bevth. Ihe force, machinery, fixture and an
; plimiccs are w ell a apted and complete. The ub-
s at.lia atid growli.g -ndustries ol ihoclty and sur
rotituiii.g terrf.ory, the multiplying railroads and
ini rovuu' ana cheapening lac lltlrs ror tr.nspor
tatiitn hy 'vater and rail, combine to render I'll'-
:ir uLu of i:ie ii obt ilei-l rallo business center of
theiouH'ry Sa!e tnembr.ee good will, lease
hold, n ock and fixtures entire. Capital recjnlrcd,
$.ii.i)i to $:f.ooo; one tbltd cuh on continuation
Ot Sll . li iliLnru Hecnreit urirt lu-afiru, aiv nr pnt.
inti rest, In two (ijtuil annnal payments. Corres-
pomi .'nf e is invi:ea oniy irom principals, ana as
a guarantee of goo 1 f iith. reference ahould accom
pan.v nil let'er Invitliu a reply. I'arllcnlnre In
ib i ill may h bad by addressing LOCK BOX 8.W.
SUIiSllTl'TfJ FOR UFK INSUR
WIDOWS' & OJiPIIANS'
Mutual Aid Society3
Organied Julv 1 ith, 1877(tnder the Lawi o
the State of Illinois. Copvrlehted Jult
tf, 11177, L'nder AftofCiiDBresi.
JAH. S. MeC.AIlEY President
J. II. IfOIUSaoN 1st Vice-President
M. PIIILUl'S ...... 2d Vice-President
J. A. OOI.OSTINE Treasuror
W.ll. MAKKAN l ' . . , ,
J H riiTHIE ) Medical Advisers
THOMAS LEWIS Secretary
ED. II. WHITE Assistant Mecrutajy
EXKCUT1VK UOMM 1TTK W.
Win. F. PITCH Kit, I,. S. THOMAS,
W.C JOCELYN. V. VINCENT,
WILL T. KKDHL'itN.
J. A. Ooldstlne, of (lolilstlne .t Knsenwater, whole
sale ami retail dry good, etc.; JHn. M. MeUahey,
lumber dealer; Win. F. Pitcher, general agent;
Albert Lewis, dealer in flour and grain; I., e).
Thomas, bricklayer; Moshs Phillips, contractor
nnd builder; 11. A. t.'humliley, grocer t Tlios.
Lewis, iecretary aud iittornev-at-law: vV. II.
Marean, Hsunuputblo Pliyslilnn; II. Sa dor, of
Hal-der "on. grocers; u, ii. nainl, streni super
visor; I d H. White, asa't aec. W. O. M . A. Ho
cleiy; .1. VV. Spier, luinbiir and saw-mill; K, I,,
Oernlgon, barber; K. it. Dietrich, clerk W., HI I,.
AP.U. K ! M. Kobler, niurchanl tailor; ,f off M,
Clark, dealer In wall-iiapur and window shades: .1,
K. English, contractor and builder; WlUTi lied
burn, of Morse it Itedbiirn, cigar iimiiiifacturers;
F. Vincent, dealer In Itnio and cement; L A.
l'helos. nbotoirrimhcr: VV. (.'. Jnrelvn. deutistt H
H. 'lalier, mfg. Jeweler) ,t. II. lloblnson, J, I', and
notary public; J. 8. Potrle, iihyslr.lan; II. W.
llostwlck, Insurance agent; B. K. Jarhne, foreman
Ht. Gas main, and K E, VValbrulge, Inmber and
sawmill, or Cairo; ll, i.eigtiton. easnier Nat.
Bank, Stuart, Iowa; Iter. F. A. Wllkerson, I'rvora-
burg, liy.; J.w. Tarry, pnvsiuan.ruiion, ivy.
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