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TheleadlnKbclwitirttanl to.nity that mual
dliM-nee. aru tau.cil l,v illminloriMl klilni-y. or l.lv.
er. II, tlicicluru. the Kidney and l.ivtr aru k--itt in
P'.Tft ct rd..r. pcrruct huallb will be tlie rt-ault.
IbUlniib In only U-ta known a hort limn anil
fjrYarH.'iiplBriJTi:rKl jri;at aijoliy wl'liout be-lnal)l-
to flni reliul. 'Hio iliawivury of Wurnur'n
Hufit lUdui-y awt Liver Carv murKi a new era in
the treatment of tlie.e triitilik;. Jla'lo from a
aimple tropi.nl uf of rar valtic, it runtaiii juet
tin" cIciiKfiita iiucpMary t niHirieb auti Inviporalo
IhiIB of llii'M! grial urgiiia, and enMy Tv.urv nwl
k"ip Hu m In order. It ie a 1'OMTI VK UKMKIfY
fur all tb ltuiw-i that . eaun pin In the luw, r
part of the body-lor TorpM 1,1 vcr i ad'-tn'-
Jaiinilt.c- f)l..li)c -tirHv; - fpvi.r. a -iic Mala
i ml Fever, and all difficulties ol ttii- Kliluttj", Liver
and I'rlnary Orianc ,
It l an cxcrlleni arid af ri'ini-ityfnr It iti aloe dur
ing I'nimriry. It a Ul control Mi nunticn unit
In Innliialilv for l. ,rrrlii:a or (IMi2 f Iho
Af a HIO'hI I'uriAVr It "Ik niit'iualrd, for It ruri f
tbe oran that make the Mood.
'ItMvd myllfo " K. IJ. Laki-ly. Hcline. AU
"It la th re ncily that will riiri; thi- many lUr
rf MV.Qllar to w won."- Mutli-r Ma?ftx'tl.
It pac'd 'vcr tl itnd Wnu :udnrn
vm-tite from e imi! of tlnr hiticKt tuuliral talc it in
tlie country." N Ynrk Worid.
"Nu rninvdy heretofore riiecovirM ran tm hi-lil
for mm iiioiTictjn ron)panciu with it "It1 v. c.
A. Ilarvfy, ICWabiagton, U. C.
Thit H'mi-dy. Mblch badon anch wond -r. in
put up in the LAKCiKYT till KD iloTTI.KS of any
lurdiclnt upon tbi.' market, and in aMrlbv rtrutii'iH
and all dali-m at tVrr bottle. Kor Itiah. t.-.
ttKinlre for WAHn'kK'S H KU DIABETES C L'KE
It tea roMTIVB Ifomedy.
II. II WAKSKU & CO., Kjcln.t. r, N. Y.
MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAM.
CF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8
For all Female Complaints.
Tblt prrrvotVia, a Ita Dam ilfVlBM, eoiuUU ot .
TttreUU lYurll itwl an hamluaa ' i the moal del
tratatmallil l"lm one trial th nxrlM cf thla Com
puuad wtU be rncofnlud. m relirf la Immedlat ; and
tia lu am tm conilnoad, in oJa-ty n;n caM la a baa.
dr), a(xirruanrutcurli'ITrtedAUKWiaiMU vUl t
tlfy. On acooant of IU provaa mtrtu. It it to-day re
emuineadvd and prtribtd by tba Iwet phyilclana la
It wUl cur eotlraly the wont form of falllnf
of tbe uturua, Wcorrb!, lrrrgaUr and inful
Mraitruatlon. all Orartaa TrtrubW. Innammatlun and
CWratlon, Flortllnjra, alt WaplacenwoU and ttm coo
MWiotaptnal neaknraa, and la -ylally artupted to
the Cbenr of Ufa. It 111 dlwlre and atpel tumor
Iroia the uWninlQ an rly of derloirrM-nt. The
teodtary to sanrroua humor thr U che kJ very
ipwxllly by tu aw.
In fact II haa provM to he the grtt
el and beet raiwdy that baa "r hren dtKovar
ed. It penaratM every potion of the ayntein, and kI'M
new Ufeaodvliror. ltrrmiTafaintnee,natalenry,de'
etroya all rranng for atlinulaota, and rcllerrt weakneei
f tbe itomarh
r, rur Bloating, neaitarhea, Nrrona Proration,
Ocneral DebUlty,fllrrpkiM)Mia, Depreaalno and Indl
a-eetloa. That ferUflaT of brarinc down, rauatng pain,
weUjrht and backache, at alwaya permanently eared by
luuaa. ltwillatalltbnee, asdunderall elrnunatan
eea, art In harmony with tbe law that fiverna the
ror Kidney Oomplalnte of either et thlf enaipound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
prepared at OS and tV Western Avenue, Lynn, MaM.
Price 1.00. Sit biHtleafnrlvm. Bt nl by mall In the
form of pllla.alaola the form of TxtenKm, on rwelpt
of price. It.), per box, for either. Mra. PI-VinM
freely aniwera all Mien of Inquiry. H)nd for m
pblet. Addmn aa aliova Mrntum thit pntr.
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jNIl I'lLia. They core rontipation, EUIoujiifm
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Dr. J. It. Hlminira RpncMc ModlrJiie la poai
tlva rural r.ir KimrmHtfirrlira. ltll potency, Wriiklicai
and all dlaeaaca n atilllnit from htdf-Aliune. aa Nit
vona Debility. Irritability. Mintal Anxiety. l,aniior,
1 ...iimlit. fli'imn.iini ol htilrllaand futii tlonnl de
raiiaomutita of tho Nervona Hysiom eencrallv I'lilna
in Hack or Hide, l.naa of Mi-mory. I'riMiintnrn (Hn
At and rtiaimiaa
that lead to t on
ty and au early
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No mntter bow
ayatem may w
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tlona and procure health and linpplneaa, v. hero bp
font waa (leapondeticy and itloom. Tho Hpurlllc
Atedlclua la tiuliig used Willi wonderful aiic
l'amphlnUaentfreatoall. Writo for Hum and
p't full pnrtlcnlnra,
l'rie.o, Hpeciilc. Il.oo per packaen, or f'x park
mice for $..t). Will bo eenl by mall on rer.ulpi ol
money. Addroaa nil ordera,
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Wo amid on trial Tor thirty daya our Kleclro Vol
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and otliura aulTerliitf from weaknoaaoa, Dorvoua do
blllty, loat vitality, loat manhood, and many othnr
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E. A. Bunclt Cairo llllooia "
There wore two shortsighted men,
Ching and Chang, who were always
juaiTrlliiig aa to which of tlmm could
ee l6t. As they had heard there was
to be a tahlet erected at the gate of a
neighboring temple, they determined
they would viiit it togctlicr, on a given
day, ami put their jkwts of eyesight
to the test. Hut each de-iiiing to take
advantage of the other, Ching went y
Huaith to the temple, and, looking quite
close to the tablet, lie saw an inscrip
tion, with the words, To the great
man of the pant and the future."
Chang also went, prying yet closer,
and in addition to the inscription, "To
the great wan of the past and future,"
lie read, in miialler characters, "This
tablet is erected by the family of Ling,
in honor of the great man."
On the day appointed, standing at a
distance from w hich neither could read,
Ching exclaimed, "The inscription is,
To the great man of the past aud the
"True;" s:iid Chang, "but you leavo
out a part of the inacripiion, which I
can read, but you cannot, mid which U
written in small letters: 'Erected by
the family of Ling, in honor of the
great man.' "
"There is no such inscription," said
"There is," said Chang.
So they waxed wroth, and, after
abuiing one another, they agreed to re
fer the matter to the high prie.st of the
temple. He heard their story, and
quietly rRid: "There is no tablet to
read. It was taken into tho interior of
the temple yesterday."
'Toitcfci) by my itolitical connections
into public life, my sufferings were intensi
fied by the comments of those who saw my
face and head covered with scrofulous
humor," said a gentleman recently cured
by Cuticura Remedies.
Is Rhubarb Poisonous?
Every now and then there appears
nn item to the effect that tomatoes con
tain n n acid injurious to tlie teeth, or
that rhubarb owes iU acidity to oxalic
fit-id, aud is consequently poisonous.
So f.tr a-t rliulmrb goes, the use of it as
a welcome substitute for fruits is yearly
increasing. The .sourness of rhubarb
(stalks is due to malic acid (the acid of
apples) and to citric acid (found in
lemons), bath of which arc as health
ful as they are agreeable.
Why an object of loathing and disgust
to yourself and society from catarrh, when
Sunford's Radical Cure, externally and in
ternally administered, will cure every symp
tom of the disease, hverr package is a
complete treatment. Only f 1.
Foil the delicate and complicated diffi
culties peculiar to tho female constitution,
Lydia E. rinkham s Vegetable Compound
is the sovereign remedy. It aims at the
cause, and produces lasting results. Send
to Mrs. Lydia E. rinkham, 233 Western
Avenue, Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets.
Slop That Cough.
If you are suffering with a cough, cold'
asthma, bronchitis, hay fever, consumption,
loss of voice, tickling in tho throat, or any
affection ot the throat or lungs, use Dr.
King's New Discovery for consumption.
This is the great remedy that is causing so
lunch excitement by its wonderful cures,
curing thousands of hopeless cases. Over
one million bottles of Dr. King's New Dis
covery have been used withiu the last year,
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instance. We can unhesitatingly say that
this is really tho only Biire euro for throat
nml lung affections, and can cheerfully
recommend it to all. Call and get a trial
bottle free or cost, or a rccrular size for II
For sale by George E. O'Hara, Druggist,
Cairo, ill. (y
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is tho
marvel of the ago for all Netve Diseases,
ilea. a ...
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A Cough, Cold or Sore Throat
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Asthma. Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
the Throat Troubles which gingers and
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years Drown s nronclual Troches have boon
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tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an cntiro generation, they have attained
woll-mcrlted rank among the few staplo
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THE DAlLV OAIKO BULLETIN
ITEMS OF LUTEEEoT.
Tk Cunr Alexander IL.it is said left
$:'3,0W.0XJ on - deposit at London
banks. ' -
.A guarantee fund of $35,000 ha
been subscribed for the Theodore
Thornm festival, to bo held in New
York next year, and it has been agreed
to raise $20,000 more.
A wealthy citizen of New York, In
celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of
his wedding, toasted his wife aa "the
healthy old Tad v, who combines beauty
Dr. McCosh, of Princeton, will use
the revision of the Bible in the college
chapol, but President Porter, of Yale,
Trill "read from the old Bible for the
sake of the association. -
New York city in to have a grand mu
sical festival next year, under the su
perintendence of "Theodore Thomas.
About $55,000 has already been raised
as a guarantee fund. .
A letter dropped into a Rhode Island
postoflicc tho other day was plainly ad
dressed to "Volontonne Tennetigul
ette." It was decided that it was in
tended for some town in Connecticut,
and tho question is, what is the town?
Patti's rumored American engage
ment is ' "off." Tbe American agent
who was endeavoring recently to ne
gotiate for a tour of America by Patti,
says Nicolini was tho stumbling-block.
He demanded 2,000,000 francs for Patti
and himself. It is believed Nicolini
will bring Patti to America on his own
account- ..... . -
Mr. Sullivan, of Pinafore" notorie
ty, is coming to the United States in
October to bring out his principal ora
toriosthe "Martyrs of Antioch," "On
Shore and Sea," aim the ' Light of the
World." lie intends to write during
the summer a new comic opera, which
will be presented in America during
his visit and copyrighted.
M. Gambetta, tho great liberal
statesman of France, is a firm believer
in tho eligibility of woman as teacher.
Ho declared himself convinced that in
the educational work of the futuie the
women of France will honorably bear
their share as soon us the legislation of
the country enables them to assert
their competency and authority.
A dispatch from Paris states that tho
picture representing "Christ Before Pi
late," the latest work of Munkacsy, tho
Hungarian arti-t, is expected by French
critics to take rank as the greatest
painting of the decade. Crowds daily
stand in awo before it, and 200, (JOC
francs has been offered for it when
The Kentucky Regulators rue fre
quently shown to be cowardly. They
are quick to lynch defenceless men and
women, but will always run when they
see armed resistance. A recent illustra
tion was the mobbing of Billy NL-kell,
who had incurred their displeasure by
giving information to the revenue au
thorities about illicit distillers. Forty
men rode to Billy's cabin in the night
to hatig him. They surrounded the
hut, so that ho might not escape, and
set up a yell to call him out. lie did
not emerge cowering and supplicating,
but with a rifle across bis shoulder and
his head up. The Regulators lied pre
cipitately, a few of the more valiant
stopping for an instant to kill billy's
A little Cincinnati boy has been
slowly wasting away with some unex
plained disea.se for several months.
'ei. ...., . t it. i .i.i.,...
1 ur vjui mini t.uiiiiu ui uv iiviuuv.-
hood concluded thai ho was a victim of
witchcraft, arid sent a committee to in
form the parenU, who did not accept
the explanation, but permitted an ex
amination of the bet I. 1 here is a Ger
man supei.-tiiioii Hint wilt hes cause
feathers in a bed to weave themselves
into a wreath, and that whoever sleeps
on it will become ill, dying when tho
ends of the wreath come together.
Sure euouvh, the wi'iucu found in the
boy's bod what they declared was a
witches' wreath. H was sprinkled
with salt and biirued, in accordance
with a traditional method.
The Empress Augusta, of Germany,
offered the doctors of Europe a prize of
for the best work on diphtheria,
aud of the hundreds of competitors, not
one gained the prize, as not one new
fact relating to the disease was brought
out in the contest.
Mrs. Sarah J. Halo now claims th
authorship of tho lines commencing
"Mary had a little lamli."
On a little tombstone over a little
grave at Blooiniugtr.n, III., is cut the
figure of a lamb, and this brief inscrip
tion: "The Littlo Stranger." Thorn in
no name or date. People say that here
is tho resting-place of a child that sick
ened and died as it was passing through
tho town, in charge of some man whose
name is not remembered.
In an Iusane Asylum,
i James D. Ryluuus was a patient in a
privato madhouse. Mrs. Rigclow, wife
of the physician in charge, took a deep
interest in his case. Sli believed that
insanity could best be cured by moral
suasion and generally mild treatment,
and sho chose Ilhymiis us a subject ou
whom to test her system. He steadily
improved, until at lHst sanity was re-established.
In the meant imo, Mis. Big
elow became a widow. She soon after
wards married Rhymus, and ho became
a physician. That ws twenty years
aeo. Dr. Rhymus in ado insanity
specialty In his practice, and had charge
successively or many asylums, no an
hercd to tho theory of mild treatment,
which hail proved eflicaoiotts in his own
case, and for tho purpose of putting it
into thorough practice he leased, a few
weeks ago, tho Grand View Hotel, near
Denver. turnlnL' it into an asylum. I"
order to train his keeper by degree
he at first admitted only three patients
and thoso wtuo supposed to be only
ttlightly deranged. But he was mistak
en in ono of these, and one morning
found himself attacked by f furious
madman, who choked him insensible,
and would have killed him if his wife
had not fotip-lit. iiniviii-nllv to lYoo him.
During the commotion caused by the
miuggie ine twoothor paticnls escaped,
and one of thm le.iuMimi himself.
This bad beginning of thu enterprise
drove Mr. Uhyruus insane nguln. and
while out of his mind slow hlswlfo.-
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: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 13, 1881.
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Hell's Half Ai re Mission, at Kansas
Citj, takes its title from the wicked
neighborhood in which it is sit
uated. The Popluax Schoolmaster.
He thinks the town is wild over him.
lie keeps things at a white heat; is on
the soft side of the newspaper men; is
a royal food fellow in society; lias a
lovely wilt; is strongly intrenched in
the Popular Street Church, and strokes
everybody the right way. The general
impression is that tho Goodrich School
is a littlo ahead of anything else in this
region, because ho says so. Journal of
Barefooted Indies, says a correspond
ent, are seriously promised this sum
mer at the seaside resorts. The Prin
cess Beaarice slipper, of beaded satin,
dainty and delicaUi, and shaped like a
sandal is intended to be worn without
stockings. But tho idea will fail in
practice, and I'll tell you why. Not
one woman in ten has feet that will
bear baring. They may be small and
shapely, and look line in stockings, but
without covering they would reveal a
corn here, a bunion there, toes over
lapping each oilier, sear? of ingrowing
nails, and other blemishes that would
spoil them as aids in mashing the op
posite sex. No; the promise of bare
footed bells will not be fulllied.
Ought to Marry Her.
Two Polish women, one married and
the other single-, were among the immi
grants who arrived al New York recent
ly in a European steamer. At Castle
Garden both were found sulVering from
small-pox and were sent to the hospital.
On the way to the hospital their tickets
were changed in some manner,
and the niarriod woman was entered as
the single one, and vice versa. The
hirsliunu of the former went to the hos
pital frequently to inquire for bis wife,
and although she died soon after land
ing, tho authorities, supposingthe other
was the married woman, gave encour
aging reports of hercondilion. At last
she was pronounced cured, and the hus
band was smt for, and upon his arrival
the mistako wus for tho lirst time dis
covered Of course, the husband was
disconsolate, but tho romance of the
thing may strike him by aud by, and
suggest to him that he marry the wo
man who so singularly took tho place
of his wife.
Chinese Version of tho Prodigal Son.
"A man, he two sous. Sou speakoo
to father; father got money; give somo
he; father he Like it all rightue. I just
now givt'e -you half. ' Ho givee him
half; he go long way Hkeo me como
China to New Y'ork. No be careful of
money, use loo much; money all gone;
he vclly hungry. Ho went to man.
He wantee work, he say; all right; ho
tell him feed, e pigs. He givee pigs
beans; lie eatee with pigs himself. Ho
just now talkee, 'My father he licli
man nnichee money. What for me
stay hero hungry? I want to go back
and see my father. I say to him, I
velly bail. Ho knows I bad. Emperor
(God) sen I bad. No be son, mi bo
coolie' He go back; huigee way, .at ti
er see him. lb' taken him on the neck.
Sou say, "I velly bad. I just now no be
your son; I coolie.' His father talkee
to boy and say, 'Getlee handsome coat;
givee lie ring; givee he shoes; bring
fat cow-killeo cow, givee him to eaL'
They vclly glad. He allce samco dead,
just now come back alive; lie lost; bo
get back. Number one son come. Ho
hear music; hn lei lee coolie, "What for
makce iniisic?' He say, 'Your brother
come back; your father velly glad ho
no sick; ho killco fat cow.' Number
one son vclly angly; he no go inside;
vclly angly. Father ho comeo out; he
say, 'No, no be angly.' Number ono
sou say, 'I atay all lime by father; nev
er makce him angly. My father never
killeo ono fat cow for mo. My brother
ho velly bad; ho use money looniuehee;
tie have fat cow ami music.' Father
bay, 'You no sabce; ho just dead; he
now conies to life; he lost; now couiee
back.' They niakeo music."
We have clone it at last ! An Ameri
can hor.se has won tho Derby. What
with American pork, American oysters,
American wheat, American flour,
American com, American butter,
American cheese, American petroleum,
American women and American horses,
what hits England left to boat of P
Xew York (inthi'
, The consumption of beer is greatly
on tho increase in tho United Slates.
In ISM. l,7(i5,fiJ7 barrels Millicod tons
suago the thirst of the beer bibblors,
but in 1ko it. took 13,:jl7.112 barrels to
accomplish that object.
An Obodiont Lover.
It is related in Paris that a young
beauty troubled with a too talkativo mi
niirci, bii'lo hiiu be dumb, mid ho,
swearing to obey her behest, did it so
thoroughly that'iill tlto world believed
ho had lost the use of his tongue
through melancholy, until one day the
lady undertook to euro him of his dumb
ness, and, by pronouncing tho word
"Speak," brought her lover a two yours1
silence to a sudden close.
Girardin and His Wife.
Emilu do Girardin, it is well kuown,
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land." M. de Girardin, Imitating her
concise stylo, responded: "The Library
to tho Boudoir. Go." - That was all v
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