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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 7, 1882.
At the Convent.
ALICE WEM.INHTON IIOI.UKS.
(Went Bister Ann with the patient far,
I mil the wonder nf thy soft surprise
. That stirh as I, with (tIu'Iuchs In my eyed,
Phnuld aek the enmrnrt of thli holy plnoo.
Ttinn hast taen wont tne-lve It hi'allntr eraoo
To stricken, storm-tosatd souls, hi art uol
To rad what eubtle secret underlie
The llitht In inlne. Vot fur llttln wpHi-o
Take ma to thy decpcalm, ant know at lnt
Joy bulk lu storm I whoro otliitri coma to
Rixt and relief for tome heart-breaking:
I enme, u dome bright flower ffilnt and weak
Wits ton muck sun, niifc-ht turn It glowing
In longing towards a cool dark shrulow ennt I
The Poet7 Left on Andrei Monument.
Following ro the rerses loft upon the Andre
monumental Tappnn, N. V., by the very ar
dent patriot who dotsced tho stone oroctcd by
Cyrus W. Field:
Ton long hath ttnod the trnltor'l shaft,
A monument to I hanio,
Built up to iiraUo a traltor'a craft,
Te sanctify ill-fame.
Are freemen bouml to mill forbear,
And meekly still implore,
When eoiu)ueivd foe their altarircar
Within our Tery door?
TV vulgar and Insult In rtone
Woulil honor for all time.
Not aneakinr Andre's death alono,
But black Den Arnold's crime.
And they who thus ran (tlonfy
To traitor and hlsdreUi
Thfoaseive kirk treason would employ
If 'twould fulaa their nerds.
American! relrn, proclaim
That ia our owa dear land
XeTer, while the people reign.
Shall Treason- statue statnl!
An t be who dare erect it next
Oa fair Columbia's breaxt.
Wita fulsome or with false pretoit,
Shall daugle from iu crest.
EioWeff tad Pan-Slavism.
The HuMiftn (ionoral put into words
tbat which governments and. politicians
dread, tj the Utica Herald The Slavs
count themselves at over 87.000.OCK) of
whom 67,000.000 are in Russia; the
Tole number 11,000,000; Ulyria and
Servia, with llerregovinia and Monte
n'ffTO P,T0 homes to 7.500,000. Surely
what might Dot happen if all these ele
ments could be united for thought and
action? The danger first threatens
Austria and next Germany.
Thn prince of Wales, it issniil, lias re
cently taken to American whisky, and
is now addressed as "Your Hyeness."
It is paid that hens can be trained to
eat potato bugs; but in that case can
anybody be trained to cat eggs or hens?
"I'm the light of this menagerie!"
cried the apir. Then the other beasts
wanted to put him out.
Three degrees of miningspcculation
positive, mine; comparative, miner; su
Tho "fours of habit," said the gam
bler, softly, as he dealt himself all tho
aces in the pack.
Seventy American women took out
patents l"t year, and the most valuable
myontion was a 5-ccnt slioe-buttoner.
Atlantic City hotels bid for winter
guests by "sun parlors" where feeble
folks can roast themselves under glass.
Mrs. Ko, the widow of Prof. Ko,
doesn't want "to go back to the old
tyranny of Oriental custom," and prob
ably will Continue to live in Boston.
A marble headstone has been placed
at the grave of Keals's friend, Joseph
Severn, who lies beside the poet in the
protest ant cemetery at Rome.
Experience teaches that it does roil an
artist to ask him: What will you take.
for that frame with tho picture thrown
The difference between a dog and a
boy consists in thn fact that when the
dog finds a scent he doesn't spend it for
The widow of Ralac, nee Countess
Rzevvuska, has sold her Paris mansion
to llaroness do Rothschild, widow of
Haron Solomon-James, for 500,000
"How to Become the Owner of Your
Farm" is the name of a pamphlet now
circulating in Ireland. Tho agitators
think that the easiest way is to shoot the
Cleveland editors arc developing a
genius for nicknaming. Thus the Penny
Press man speaks of the Leader as the
Follower, while Mr. Cowles retorts on
his small adversary by dubbing it the
A California papcrsavsthatwildgecse
"swarm like bees" nroundWashoolake,
ev. J ho sinokc-staek ot a passenger
engine the other evening knocked three
fat old ganders out of a flock that was
Dying across tho track.
The trade In sheep pelts in Los An
geles county, California, is very lively
of late, the prices varying all the way
from 10 cents to $1.2.r, according to the
amount of the wool and the grade of
the defunct sheep, 00 cents being a fair
A play-bill dropped from tho gallery
! tho Yolks theater, Copenhagen, took
lire from a pas-Jot In its fall, and, alight
ing on a lady s head, burned off her
bonnet and nearly all her hair before
the flames could bo extinguished.
A rattlesnake confined in a cage for
eleven months shed its skin four times,
ate sixty rats, ami, although it had ac
cess to a tank of water, an apparatus
prepared for the purpose proved it hail
never drank a drop.
Tho Springfield Union thinks that in
stead of titting out expeditions to dis
:over tho North Pole.and to stiller lmrd
hips in Arctic seas, it would neem more
wise and sensible to ilndout some things
we do not know about our own country.
Ex-Senator Thurman appear to bo
tho most jovial and contented of tho re
tired statesmen. Ho laughed a reporter
out of hi room in New York the other
day, saying that he really know no tnoro
about politics than his friend, John
A distinguished Spanish physician, Dr.
Olive, after a long term of close obser
vation, gives It as his opinion that pow
dered cobwebs when taken in two
gramme doses, will cure the most obsti
nate cases of malarial fever. To nuiko
cobweb powder, clean tho cobwebs, drv
them in tho sun, and pound them in a
mortar.. One gets thus an nsh-bruwn
- Miwder, Insoluble in water, and hardly
BOIUOIO is UiCUIIOl.
Hev. Pr. Washington (iladden, of
Springfield, makes this interesting state
ments "I wMi to record my own con
vletion, drawn from n pretty extensive
knowledge of journalists and of clergy
men, that the average editor is a littlo
more fair and Christian in his dealiugH
with Iriilh, and in liis treatment of those
who dilVer from him, titan tho average
Prof. Packard, of liowdoln College,
vouches for the story that Talleyrand
detested Aaron Utirr, and that when tho
latter sent his card, reitiesling an inter
view, tho French diplomat said: "Tho
minister of foreign affairs will see Col.
lbirratsuch an hour, but aminiaturo
of Gen. Hamilton always hangs over his
mantel." Col. Burr did not call.
If the tunnel which it is proposed to
build across the Knglish channel should
cost $50,000,000, which was ono of tho
estimates, it would take 1,000,000 pass
engers at $2.50 to pay 5 per cent, on tho
investment. Of course, there must bo an
allowance for freight, but no estimate
has been made of the possiblo business
of this nature.
Customer Here, w aiter; what do you
call this you've brought me? Waiter
Ham, sir; you ordered ham. Customer
When was it cooked? Waiter (snap
pishly) I don't know, sir; wo don't put
tags on with tho date and time of cook
ing! Customer You ought to! This
ham was cooked thirty or forty years
ngo! Bring mo some that was cooked
"There's too much horse-racing at
your agricultural fairs," remarked Par
son Jones to the secretary of the county
society; "I should liko to know, sir,
what Iiorso-racing has to do with agri
culture?" "Well, parson," replied tho
secretary, with a pleasant smile, "noth
ing, perhaps; or, nt least, no more than
church lotteries havo to do with tho
spreading of thegospel." Parson Jones
saw the point, and changed tho conver
An anecdote of Lord Beaconsfield is
related by a London paper. When ho
returned to office after his ilrst retire
ment, a question aroso as to making
Lord liosslyn master of thebuckhounds.
His lordship had, it was urged, every
ouaUlication for tho post, lie was a
good sportsman, was especially good
looking, and would like the work. On
the contrary, it was averred that lie
swore like nobody since the army in
Flanders. "Swears, does he?" quoth
I)i.7.y. "Then we will make him lord
high' commissioner to the church of
Scotland." Ami it was done.
The new building for theOermnn Par
liament is to occupy a site '150 feet lung
and JlliO feet broad. There arc to bo
seats for 400 Deputies arranged like
those in the Hall of Representatives at
Washington, each with a desk. All
around the sides of the hall will bo
ranged boxes as in a theater, with a sep
arate entrance. The two most import'
ant of these are reserved for the Imper
ial family and the Diplomatic body, and
only about 150 seats are set apart for
llie usc of the general public.
A meeting of job printers has been
hold in Baltimore to take some action
for the protection of the trade. A mem
ber of the State Legislature was called
to the chair, who was authorized to of
fer a bill in that body imposing a tax of
fjfQ per annum on amateur printers, and
also an additional tax of 50 per annum
on regular job printers in addition to
their other taxes. The bill will also
contain a provision imposing an annual
taxofi?50 per annum on persons from
other places who solicit printing in Bal
timore. The representative of an electric light
company appeared before the Aldermen
of Boston and said that the present cost
of lighting the streets of that city by gas
being 'J cents per lamp, his company
would furnish electric light at a cost of
5K cents a lamp a night, or if the com
pany could secure the. use of the lamp
posts and lamps now owned by the city
it would furnish arc lights of "gl-candfe
power each, being 5(t per cent, more
light than gas, at 1:5 cents a lamp a
night, or light of '10-candle power at 1G
ceuts a lamp a night.
At or near New Braintrcc, Vt., years
ago, lived Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Smith.
Now Mrs. Smith was a constant borrow
er, especially of tea, which sho always
returned "short" measure. Mrs. Brown
never borrowed, it being against her
rule, llerpatiencc atlastbeiugexhaust
ed, she set a trap for neighbor Smith.
She bought a canister, and put therein a
pound of tea. Next day conies Mrs.
Smith. She wants a drawing or two of
tea. Out comes that canister, and Mrs.
Smith departs with the tea. In time tho
tea was returned, as usual a littlo short.
The tea was put in the canister and set
aside. By-and-by Mrs. Smith conies
again for some tea. Tho canister is
brought out, ami Mrs. Smith goes home
happy. So tho borrowing and replying
went on till tho canister was empty,
savo tho last repayment. On the next
application for tea Mrs. Brown calmly
presents tho canister, to Mrs. Smith,
telling her it was all that was left of tho
pound of tea. Mrs. Smith was cured of
the bad habit of borrowing.
"First 8 cough, carrlod me ofT,
And then a cotllo thev carried ma off In!"
This will not lm
VOUT C 111 If h Dr. H V. Pinwn'a "fUnr-.
MedicHl Discovery" in time. It is specific
inr Wnulr Itinera atxlifvitii. r.F l.l.l
Sweats, and tho early Btagcs of cousump-
ii i i. iuiijjni ruuiLiiiL' in iiiiiii i. (inriiTw
.uu, uy mi uruggisis.
adapted to tho needs of fading and falling
oir, x ttmers uair uaisara has taken tho
first rank as an decant and relinbln hair
(Jiroslmtiint.'oliil Btiutn unlnf nllihio
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
CHEAT C.kum DKSTRO V13U.
l lciirs purified and heal
ed. (iaiiKrene pre
vented aud cured.
W'ouiids lieulud rapidly.
Scurvy cured tu short
Teller dried up,
It Is perfectly harmless.
Fur soru ihmat it is a
Elt ADIOATK D
Kick room purl tied and
iiiikIh plenum) t.
Fevered mid nlrk per
unim relieved ami nt
fnnned l? Imllilni;
1-1 it 1 it added to tliu
Soft nlil to ri)nii)i'xiniiM
KL'cured liy Iu um iu
Impnru air mndii Inirni
1cm and jiuriflort by
To iiirlfy. llio breath,
rleniiHit tliu tcctli, It
run 'I liv mirpfiMcd.
C'atnrrli relieved oud
lie moves all unpleasant
. An kiiii.ti.il
tthip lever prevented by
In (-uses of denth iu the
house, it should al
ways bu nsed about
the corpse It will
proven' any uupless
lint smell. Au anti
dote ioraul'i al orvnc
elutilu poisons. ttini;s,
Diuiticrous I'Dlnvlsa of
pick rooms and hospit
als removed by Its use
Yellow lever eradicated.
In fact it Is the great
Disinfectant and Purifier.
Manufacturing Chemists, HOLE l'ltOPHlKTOHS.
T 1? Jt YIWiT
OwltiL' to a populur Idea that a remedy said to
cure a variety of maladies should be treated with
caution. If not sn-plcion, the Inventor besitiitud
some time lu placin- it before the public; bnt from
the gratlfvltiR assurance by a treat tuti.ber of the
rare vltnli.liiE and health renewing properties of
bis preparation of llypaiphosphites, under a varie
ty of ciicummanocs. 'hf Is equally satisfied that
luese etiects are senreo liv lis use, mat us action
Is peculiar to his preparation, and that Consump
tion Is not only curable, hat, up to a certain staee,
la as cnslly cuiitrolled as most other organic dis
While it Is the aim of the Inventor to convey in
formation to such as require h.s Hypopliosphltes,
it is hit- firm belief ihat its nse will lie valnable to
all who desire a long life or who are struggling for
health. With a Inith based upon the experience of
twelve years, he would not despair of restoring a
pa'ietit siiderlrL' from the above named disease.
even thouah reduced to a very low statu aud nut
complicated by actual organic loss.
f t,. nt, .nu ll , May nun. iwr.
DesrSIr: Allow me to say that I esteem your
liyponhosphltes" most hlchly, nd for those en-
gated lu professions which draw largely on the
nervous system It is Invalcahle. I have nsed it my
self wit i the most satisfactory rem ts atd have In
troduced it to a larire number of my people.
lil.V r i;r.M) it. w. UAIKE.
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Hhuematism Is cured by
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A lame hack of eight years standing was positive
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TAO.MAiJ' ECLECTRIC OIL.
Common sore throat Is cured with one dose of
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Coughs and colds arc cured by
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Asthma is cured by
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Bums and froBt bites are relieved at once by
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