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TIIK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 28, 1832.
PURE CREAM TARTAR.
If alum or any mjurii n Miirismnot-s ouu Ikj fouiil
tn Andrews Pearl linking Powder. ib-tivi-ly
PURE. Jicliix endorsed, nnil lestlmonliilH
received tnim sii' li vlicmisiK iihN. JJnim llitys, lion,
ton; M. Ix iiiliiiiiHini', (if ('IiIi'hko; kikI Ju.-uivua
Bode, Milwaukee Never anlil In bulk.
C. E. ANDREWS A. CO.
V Michigan At. 2S7, ivj k srji 1-.. W hut
J'.verv Corset l warrant. i i-..!is-fuct-iry
to its Mit turn'i v v. h",
or the lumicy wrl hi n !iin""l l v
tlie person from b.ni it was b"iu. l.t.
Tlnnlvf'orM'i prcri'iurf -'i I'V (M l" '.'I v J tv It.lH
not Mrl.m thit rii r. i ' by i"i"J
thn " mi'M (Minfoi luiilo and I'-il'i'l l.tui'i ' "i.-ii ,nr
matin ii( -K,hT Mull, IV'iuitf I'ulili
Ileulth ln-crl'.. frt.fi'- !!. dji'-iliig, H "
Abdi.mlni.l (.-Urn Iteti.y, ije.'.tit'. io-.l.tir. l ft
Health l'r'4. pvlnir tint- cieiM' :!.ni. I'muitux
m.lrt-l'uiinnrllPir. I til'.
Fur .ale hy l-..dii.u llie.il I. id. t. nmnliin.
CHIV.KiO I.IOIS1 X ( II., Mt'usv. III.
f a preparation of 1'rotoxlde of Iron, Peruvian
hark and tiie Phosphates, associated with the
Neectntilu Aroni.itleit. 'endorsed liy Die Medical
I'roftvtalon, and recommended by t I.i-iii for
p kl. i'iirral l liill(.. Imal III,
rnin. tV nut r Vlliilil.r, rvoun I'rus
trnllnn, nlf 'n'e (roiii Iver
mill 4 lirnnlr hllU nnd Ififr. U nerve,
every purponu where a Toxic l iiuct snarjr.
Kisufittarf d by The Dr. Uaiicr Medicine Co., S(. Locls.
The folUiwiiifr in out- of tlviy many tcetlmo
Clalf we are re a ivlnu ilully:
Cnfn.'n: fnnip three rinntlu go I bf(rin ll8
l)e Of ilil. II Alll tCH'H lllUN TUMI!, Iipull tlie lU
lec of tunny frlemls who km w lla vlrtiin. I win
uttering from neiienil (lelilllly to nueli an extent
ttmt hit IiiIiiT uh fXieeiilngly liunliniioiiie to ma.
A vai'utluu vt a uiontli cliil not ply? me luui ll ri
lief, hut on the contrary, wan Inllowvil hy In
creawd iroilrntlon ami lOiiUn tlillN. At tills
time 1 hriisi) the nn; of your Ikon 'I'dmic, front
which 1 rt nhze I nluiont linuitdlate ami woii'lriful
reiiill. 'I'lieohl on-ivy returned ami 1 found that
my natural foree wm not permanently ahateil. J
lisve used three liottleof tliu 'I onic. Min e uln(
111 heve done twlee the latnir that 1 ever did In the.
Mime lime during my lllneM, mid w nil dotihltt tlio
ee. Willi i iniii'inll nerve and ttgwrol hoily,
liaii conic u' o n eh oi net-8 of thoiiL'ht never befgia
enjoyed. H the 1 dnio liaa not ilnn Uie work, 1
kliuw uut what. 1 pie it the credit.
J. l .WA lMtW.
Truy, 0.. J"- J. l'-S. l'ailor ClitUtUu CburtU.
3aleb Druggists and General Dea!tr$ Everywhwi
1 lie tnii! aiiliilote lu thu eflerl f mtietna if
UoU:ttei Stonrt' b I' Merit. Tlim mr Jirlnu In line
ol the tnoMt p mular rennj leu of nil gt of eur
repiiliil p-otirlelirv pei illro, Hlitl 1b ut Innnetiiie
di tntud whereviT on thin Continent lever anil atjite
exl. A wltieu:lifii three tlunn n tin v In the
beet polli'e prepu htlve lor ti(ounleitii a umla-rlotti-
atmuniU r . r 'u'n'uHni; tl, liver, and itivlg
ornllni; tlx etoinii li .
Ktir mle hy a. I IlrnuulM Mini Deiilern Rnnerally.
Vkntl trctirt tbv
jimiUMIM.. u turn., .,! ,b. ,MMr KMn n.l
W ruk r, tMinnerblm, liblllllt. .M M. r. ttrlt.1
All.rt!.n MM-.'Ull, lrfl. t.u lnllll.- i.lir,. u i.-..
mi u.t ...i. . iftuHifi. t II in tit. mi ,,V or g,:
U'U.I Ul tut i.MdTM l.f ll.i.Mlrlli lt...r...U l.t KilTl.
(PrrlMarrla fruw h),lurr ltM,ld m-i,iI lllr Utn.M,
t lrr.....ll,ln, ia ii,,r,ji,t,. III. nut.lru. J
tfllrM, IIIC III TTK, lit N. Mlk M., M. UnlN D.t
A favnrito tireHcrintiim t - n..
mol noted and ueriwnlul (tTHllu In Hit. f H
(Bow retired i lor tliecuretif r-,ou hrblHtu.
Lt Mn-kooa, U rakurtm and reuu, hi ui
In plain ie.. "U vlopr. tlruavuui t u n 1 1 lu
AMmm OH. WARD A CO.. Uwiiliat, Ma.
II El i in ir,r it
M (iRYINO TO HOID OOWITNXj
r yf SlfoflARLBAKING POWDER!
i T i 'ti
jlJIlL L tl
Judicial Torlnro in Hungary.
riihVu' opinion in llnniirv fn hoiiio
tiiiin past hits Ihm'ii iibstirlii'tl by 11 mys
itiidiis iilVitir that ominvil Ht Tisit
Kszlar. wlit'if it yumijr ji'irl lit'lonin to
a Christian family wiittli'iilvilis.ippan'il,
tho Jews of thn locality ' lifii'K subso
Hitintly cliiirjrml by public rumor with
having assa-Jsinatiul her ami ilisposcd of
hur remains. A niarricil t:ouplo naincii
Scliarf ai'ii iimlcr nrrcst on Mispicion of
bciniifcoiincctiMl wit li thn jjfirl'ri niunlcr.
The hiil adviser lias just nildresscil n
memorial to MiniMer rresidunt Tisza,
rcvealinjr n t-ttite of lliins in Hungary
wortliy only of thu Middle A:e.s. It
eontaius the following horrible tlis
closures: "Your Kcelleney is (iiitt! mviim in
liat fashion many ('omiui.s.sarics of
J'olice iroceedfl in view of elicil'm;:
coiitessions from prisoners. Your Ex
cellency knows perfectly well that only
recently the Coinniis-ary of a certain
district was accused, while intel foeaiino;
it youth of ci.'lilecn, (he only child of
his widowed mother, of haninir him by
his feci, in which position ho died. The
Commissary tf another district, while
examining a woman whose innocence
was afterward established, had her
hands tied, and then caused her to be
held over a lire. Your Excellency is
further aware that, notwithstanding our
.severe laws and the vigilance of the
(lovernmeiit. the secret inlerrooatory of
prisoners is largely conducted by means
of torture and corporal ill-f icaliiicnt,
and that this is practiced chiclly by the
Commissaries of Police, who, as a rule,
escape detection and punishment."
Mysterious music in the nir fit 1
o'clock one niorninej at Madison, (la.,
started the awakened residents nr.d led
I hem to believe that (ialiriel wa i taking
his restiripetion reveille. The sound
was beautiful ami plaintive, resembled
the sirrhins of an colian harp and con
tinued foi' two hours. Jt is still h mys
tery. The largest chestunt tree in Lancas
ter county, Pennsylvania stands within
a few hundred yards of tho Manheini
borough line on the public road lending
to Sporting hill. Its circumfereiice is
t went y-thref feet six inches, ono foot
above the (.'round. The tree was meas
ured foriy-iive years ago. when its cir
cumference was twenty-one feet four in
ches. A curious tiling about corn is the ori
ein of the red ami speckled ears, when
nothing but white kernels are planted.
Another peculiarity istlie mathematical
regularity of even numbers of rows erf
Kernels upon a cob. An odd number of
rows is a tliinjr more rare than the four
leafed clover. W'hal objection has na
ture to old numbers?
A Xcyv Orleans man has invented a
device for opening iron shutters from
the outside in case of lire, liricjly, it is
an iron h:wdlo which, beino; pulled, ex
plodes a carnitine, on the inside of the
.shutter and at the same time draws the
bolt. The cartridge is designed to pre
vent its being used by burglars.
The Cleveland City Council appoint
ed a committee to induce the trustees of
the Garfield monument fund to consent
to the erection of the monument in the
centre of tho city rather than in Lake
View Cemetery, and one of the trustee
has said that ho sees no way by which
the .7.,0iM) subscribed can be used for
the erect ion of tho memorial at any
jxu'nt other than Lake View.
A Miigular fact has been ascertained
by a mutual insurance company that in
Ohio, which is the largest consumer of
lager beer and malt liquors, the deaths
are annually over sixteen to 1,00 in
habitants, 'while in Ontario, where
whisky is almost, the sole liquor used,
there are six, and Kentucky, Tennessee,
Illinois, and Indiana, where more whisky
thsn beer is Used, they are eleven. This
dues not prove the claim that beer is tho
The thousands of doves in Milan
which have for centime.", past made
their nests iu the roof of the great ca
thedral are finally making sail havoc
with the artistic niounliiis of this beau
tiful tracery of architecture. Even tint
interior is Mifl'ering, and Italian artists
are. vying with each other for the linest
decorative inspiration to remodel the
Tho model of a "Sun" engine was
recently exhibited by Mr. (iambic to tho
Philosophical Society of Cape Town.
The apparatus consists essentially of a
silver-plated parabolic reflector, adjust
able by .simple mechanism ami which
concentrate-. the sun's ras on a minia
ture boilor, raising steam in a very
short time. The emine is a new idea,
the value ot which, however, cannot
yet In; estimated.
A new U1-!' has been discovered for
potatoes. They can be converted into
a substance re.setubling celluloid by
peeling them and alter soaking in wa
ter, impregnated with eight parts of
sulphuric acid, tlrjing ami pressing be
tween sheets of blotting paper. In
Franco pipes mv madcof this substance,
scarcely tlisliuenishablo fi'oiii meer
schaum. P.y subjecting the mass to
o.ivat pressure billiard balls can be
made of it rivalling ivory in hardness.
There is ou exhibition at Concur. I. N.
ll..-a nccdlc-hook, the materials of
which it is made being from tlivscs
worn by the Countcso( Hund'ord while
with her father at. the court, of P.avaria
in 17i:' ii. It is of yellow salin which
trimmed a w Into crape drc-s worn by
tin; comiti si at a bull which she gave
at the b .lbs of Tivoli, in Paris, in 1 7-,
and drab silk from a dies worn by the
mother of Dr. I.ra Carter, iu IV-'. Tho
yellow gimp was from a hat -baud worn
by lite coiintesi' fool in. The ncodle
book was sewed ami fnrj.Wicd with
net dies purchased by Count Puniford
iu 17'..i. and the covers were made from
an in iihinetie ptibli-hett in
It. iswaiil that Bariholds' statue of
"Liberty Fighting the World" is so largo
that twenty people can stand on the big
toe of tho hron.M girl. Well, if she
makes as much fits about it as one girl
ditl at, tlni Opera House one nigfit when
one small man sto.nl on her" ton, tho
twenty will wish they had stood ou a
pat hand. (Thin is probably uuiiitelli
gihlo to a hundred or so of our readers,
who have never phued draw poker, but
the other ninety. uino thousand nino
hundred will know whatu pat band is.")
Moss riws were brought from IU1.
uud about man,
V.akii.v I'noVKN. It in L'ftsilv tiinven that
............ ... . . ,; ,.
malarial fevr, constipation, torpidity ot
tho liver (tnd kiduoys, general debility,
uervoiihiii'HS and ueuraltjie ailments yield
i . . . . . : .11
reiuiiiy to mm gieHi uischhu compieiei,
Hop Hitters. It repairs the ravages of dis
ease by converting tliu food into rich blood,
and it fives new lit) anJ vigor to tint nycu
and infirm always.
Whipped and Cleared.
In tho carlv days of Missouri, a man
was tried ami convicted for stealing a
horse. The court sentenced him to re
ceive thirty-nine lashes ou hisbaro back.
An acquaintance, meeting him shortly
after ho had been punished ami dis
charged, asked him how ho camo out of
"Oh, tirst rale," was tho prompt re
ply; 'whipped ami cleared."
A thief in a California miner's camp
once had a similar experience. In the
early days of mining every one was too
welf off to steal, ami the miners kept
I heir sacks of gold dust iu their tents.
Itut nsgold became more ditlieull to liml,
lazy fellows began to think it easier to
steal than to dig. One day a well
dressed fellow stole some gold from a
miner, and mounted on a swift horse,
lied from the camp. He was followed,
arrested, and tried before a magistrate
appointed by the miners, ami promptly
convicted. The grim humor of a min
ing community shone in the sentence:
"Tho court thinks," said the niagis-'
Irate, "that, you should at once restore
(lie stolen gold to its owner."
The thief, thinking that, ho was about
to bo let oil' easily, handed it over. Then
the court pleasantly suggested that it
would be right for the thief to pay the
costs of the trial. He made no objee
tion to this judgment, and promptly
handed out two ounces thirly-t wo dol
lars -of gold dust, the amount, of the
CO t s.
"Now," said the magistrate, with the
utmost blandiiess", "there is another part,
of tht! sentence of this court, which has
not yet been mentioned; and that is that
you receive thirty-nine lashes on your
bare back, well laid on."
Tho thief was "w hipped and cleared."
m . .
What a Gentleman L!
"Tho essential characteristics of a
gentleman," says Mr. Mathews, "are
not an oiitward arnish or veneer, but
inward qualities, developed in the
The drover was a gentleman at heart,
and in speech also, of whom this anec
dote is told. He was driving cattle to
market one day when tin; snow was
deep, save on the highway. The drove
compelled a lady to turn out of the road
and tread in the deep snow,
"Madam," said the drover, taking off
his hat, "if the cattle knew as well as 1
what they should do, you would not
walk in the snow."
Charles Lamb tells a story of Joseph
Price, a London merchant who rever
enced womanhood in every form iu
which it came before hini.
"I have seen him," writes the genial
essayist, "stand bareheaded (smile, if
you please,) to a servant girl while she
lias been inquiring of hini the way to
some street, in such a posture of un
forced civility as neither to embarrass
her in tho acceptance, nor himself in the
oiler of it.
"I have seen him, he continues,
"tenderly escort a market-woman vvtioni
he had encountered in a shower, exalt
ing his umbrella over her poor basket of
fruit that it. might, receive no damage,
with as much carelulncss as if she had
been a countess."
These anecdotes show what genuine
politi hi ss is. Jt is a kindly spirit which
e x . i csM s itsdf kindly to all. Of one
who p.isses es it the remark is never
made, "lie can be a gentleman when he
pleases." A Mr. .Matthews says and
we wish boys to memorial the saying
"He who can be a gentleman when he
pleases, never plea-.' to bo anything
Mrs. Ptaiiishothaiu was asked if she
liked yachting, and she replied that she
preferred terra-cotta. She probably
We Confidently Assert ami can Sal is
there is no iiistauec on lecird of a ense of
d)spcpni'i or torpid liver that cannot be
relit ved and positively cured by ihe pys
teniaiic us ; of Sjiiinotis Liver Regulator.
This is no vnin boftst, but an eslibli-hul
lHC.t;ami sutferers from these disease deny
thuns'.lvis die blessings of health and
comfort, by l. tii-ing to give the IJegulatnr
a trial. It is no compound of adventure!-,
but a tueiitoi ions medicine, which has won
its hioh itpiilaliou in countries whcii;
torpid liven prevail and where Nature
supplies the, roots and h rbs to euro the
tliscuio s ceninioii to its ( lunate.
Woman Vl'mo. Friend.
A Irieinl in need is a friend indeed. Thin
none can deny, especially when assistance
is rendered when one is sorely alllicttd
with diseii.se, more particularly those com
pbiinltf and weakness so common to our
I. mule population. Every woman should
kimw that Electric Hitters are woman's true
friend, nnd will positively restore her to
health, even w Ik n nil other remedies fail.
A single tr.al alwavs proves our assertion.
They are plensimt to the taste, and only cost
fifty cents n bottle Sold by Hairy W.
Sclinh. " (2)
That wonderful catholirou known as Mrs.
Lytlia E. Pinkliaiu's Vegetable Compound
has given the huly a world-wide reputation
for tloing good. It is like a living spring
to the vital constitution. Her Blood
Purifier will d itnori! to cleanse the chan
nels of the circulation and purify the lile
of the body than all tho sanitary devices
of the Hoard of Health.
Ask your physician and ho will tell you
that for all the elements which give health,
strength and vigor to the system, there is
nothing better than pure limit. Only the
purest malt is used in thu preparation of
Hops and Malt Bitters,
ll matters not the tie-e of milTonim lYnm
colds, coughs or croup, " !r, Sellers' Uoimh
ryrup- is goou ior hi i alike, price 2.1) ccuts.
11km AUK.viiLK for overcoming diseases
calmed by impure water, decaying vegeta
tion, etc., is Brown's Iron Bitters.
Chills and Fever.
KImniotm Liver Iteii
later Minn breaka tht)
rhtlla and r.arriu tin
fever out ul the ay stum,
ll cure when all other
K ir the relief and cttre
of thin dmtreaaiiiK did
eiinH uno Mlimiionu Liv
Thu Ui'Kttlattir will positively euro this Uallilo
dlbuiisti. We ucKort emphatically what wo know to
Khunltl not bu reiturtletl ns a trlllinK ailment. Na
ture (letiiiinilH the utmost regularity of tho bevels.
Therefore usH'et nature by taking Simmons Liver
Id'UUlaior. Jt 1h harmless, mild and etl'octual.
One or two tiiblcepootifitlH will relieve all tho
troubles Incident to a bilious stale, such as Nausea
l)iy,int'8, Droufii'.eHfi, Hittrcge tiller catiug. a bit
ter lind node. In the mouth.
IVreoiiP limy avoid ull Httiiek by occasionally
tiikini: a ilo-eof Simmons Liver Kinulntur to keep
the liver lu healthy action.
generally arising l'r )tu n disordered stomach, cati
he corrected bv taking Miniiionii Liver ltej;ulator.
Mmtnnna Liver linguist r eoou eradicate! thli dls
eittte. from the (jSteiu, leaving the km clear and
lice Irtiiii ull impurities.
l lnli'.reii suiferltiu with colic toon experience ro-
lie! when Miiiinoiis uver juiii mtor i adininisier
ed. Adtiltit alio derive (ireat benelll frotu this
medicine. It is nut unpleasant; it is bartiiles)
nnd eltectlve. rureiy veKetahla.
J 3 LA I .) 1 ) K 1 i Sc, K IDNKY
Mot o ! i h e discus's ol the hi adder originate from
timse ol Hie kiiltit yB. lleetore the action of thu
liver ftillvnud both the kidnevn and bluUder will
l-Tiikc only the centum', which always baa on
tie- rapper the red 2 trade mark ami signature ol
?'oi I'nle by all druvifls.
Tin: xr.w ri:iey.
,Nut Kt ruieitled.)
Liver cl Kiinsy Eemedy
U AND BLOOD I URIFIER.
This nsw Remedy la compounded
(Pi from the best known curatives, such as
lie. is. Ktet Extract, Ca.cara Saerada
jf llS.tcicd Hirkl, Buchu, Dandelion and
1 fcble Aromatic tiixir.
r These Remedies act upon the Liver.
5i5 They act upon the Kidneys.
They kegulate the Bowels,
iyj They Quiet the Neivotis System
fv'. Thtu Fromote ineeaiion.
T'.iev Nourish, Strenethen. Invigorate.
Eij They give Tone, Health and Energy.
U HOPS AND MALT BITTERS
are the ORIGINAL and ONLY BIT
TERS containing Malt Extract.
Ask your Iinu'gi-t t"r tlicm, and be aura
thut the label hs en it the four words
HOPS AND MALT BITTERS
ia large red letters.
t.tTTake no other.JXS
At Wholesale and Retail by al 1 dealers.
HOMESTKH VEPIC1SK CO.,
RorhvBter, X. Y.
C O A. I.
POUT GIIAI'E WINE
Spi-i;it's JNiiT Grape "Vnk !
VOVH YEA US OLD.
f'H I S K,i;ii 'Ki N ATI V It WIS E la made
It'i n llie jult e ol the ( ipnrto )ruie. r'llped iu
thin i oum y. Iik itiviilniible Ionic nnd eirt'imlh
enltiK in i) ,.!rt '.-m are iinaiirpRssed bv any other
at i vt w 1 1. ll liiii the pare Juice of tbn (irupe,
producdl under Mr. Hpuer'n own pemotnil tuipervl
mil, Its pnrlly nnd I'eiiiiuii tiesH, uro nuarniitued .
Tb " vtiiinei"! child timv jiartakM of Its ijetierous
tini!llie, ami Kin wenkfi Invalid imn It lo ndviui
t U" ll Is purliciiitiilv beneflt.lal In the ayetl and
d' hllltiilcil. and soil (1 to tin) vitrintiM nllmnnts that
iitlect thn weaker hox. It is in every respect A
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rrom h en u miide Kor l'uritv, ItlclmuK, Kla
vt) nnd Mud Icltiai rrnpertiua, It will ho found tin.
Sneer's T. J. Brandy.
This It It A N l)Y siutitU iinrlvalud In this tiotttitry
I eiiiu'l'nr nuperior lor miellcliiitl ptiiixiHef. It N a
Jinre din Illation tin n the jitMiie, and ron'alns va).
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