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The Kii'IIiik Hclornfc t ol lo.m.y air.-": I list m-t
aUeuac are rauavil l,v ilirurMl Kiilm-y or l.iv.
er. II. Hieifor!, the Kidm y ami l.ivi r aru k lit iu
pt-rftxtordiT, perfect health will ba tbo remit.
I hla truiu baa only boon known abort tune ami
f'tr year pcofile ,ff..-rd ureal anniiy without bo
In? allien, flii'l reiki. 1 ha cilneovery M Warm-r"
Hate Kidney atid Liver C'lirn mirka a tii w era iu
the trat'nent of thiwe truab'ea. Male Imm
mp e tropical leaf ol rare value. It contain, pint
the -U;ineriUIitceaiyt-U'.inrli nmj HiviKuraUi
oih of th'iMS great orRme, and MMjr rovtoru ami
keep thvrii Id ord-t. It la a I'OSl I I VK KKMKOY
fur all the dlxeaau that cati.e pulrx In tbe lower
Part of the body lor Torpti Uvir-lfi-mladit..
Jaundice- Dixr.inf--(jravel tavi-r. Airue -Vlala-jial
Kever, and all diftlculllea of the Kidw-ya, Liver
and I rlnary Orison.
It I- an rtrelleiii and nafe rem dy for female dur
ing Pregnancy. It will eoiitml .Moiirlritatiun and
I Invaluable for Le corrhn a or falllit? of ttj-t
A a Blood Purifier It l uneuleil, f-.r It turf
thcorsaui that make the hlood.
UKAl) TIIK liECOUD.
"It aaved uiy lir.i ." K. U. I.akely, Helma. Ala.
"It if til remedy that will mi re the uianr din
eaei tieculiar lu w men."- Moil.-r' .Ma-nziiie.
"Ii fia. Jiaowd ai.-wre t'-te and won enduree
iiieuta froui o-juie of the bltrhmt medltnl taluM in
the country. ''New y(,rk Wond.
"Nu remedy hervtofurn dlacnvereti i an I bel-l
for one nimnent in companiiou vi'b It l!-v t".
A. llaney, 1 U . Wanklutnn, I). '.
Thll Kemedy, which har done filch wnnd--ir. I
putnp In tbe I.AROKST HIZKO BOTTLE of an
tned iclm-tipon the market, an-, m lolil by ri i-iutim
andall d-alera at tl d per luttle. Kor lilit'-.
enquire for WAKVEH'ti SAr'K lilAHKTK-S i.UU.
It lea POSITIVE Remedy .
II U VVAUNEK fe CO , K'M-beaU-r, N. V.
MRS. LYDIA E. PIMKHAM.
OP LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'3
The po.lflTe QrB
For all Female Complaints.
Tfcta ptvpanUloa, M Iu naoM nuntnec, eonaiata o(
VcMat Prupertm that ar bamkia to the moat dI
kx Invalid. ln cm trial tb lueriU of thia Com
puuod will tx re-otrBlM, u relief la Immediate : and
he a IU l ermtiDuM, In nliwty nlns eaaea to a baa.
dred, aprnianenteurliifIlnhmiUKla will fct
ttf y. On aiYoant of IU protra ru-rit.. It it to-day r
enmmiodrl and pn-arnncd by tb bett phyakiaca la
It will cur entirely the wont form of falDnc
of tb aterua, Iacorrhnrt, Irregular and painful
Xenatruatinn, all Ovarian Troubln, Inflaaunatioa and
VI eratkoo, FVdli, all Dlaplamnenti aod tha eon
aequrnt aplnal wraknean, and la eiperlally ailaitM K
th Chant of life. It will dlmnlfa and npt4 tumnra
from tli ulenialn an aaxly ta of devflopinent. Th
tnndenry to raw-eroua bumura thera U cheeked vary
ilellly by lu net.
la fart It haa proved to 1 tha irtiat
t and beat remedy that baa aver bn dlanover
d. It iMrmeatca erery port Inn of the jrt-m, and five
mw life and Ixor. It remove fUltne.natolenry, da
atroya all rravuif for ttimulant, and reUeve vnajuit-aa
f tb atomarh
cure Bloatln, Hradat-bea, Kerveoi TriKtratlon,
CeMieral DeblUty.HleephaHie-a), Deprewion and lodl
(reatlon. Tbat feellnc ot bnarlnr down, raining pain,
weight and barkaebe, in alway pertnanenlly cured by
U ua. It will at all time, and underall clrcomaUJl
tea, art In harmony with th law Uiat fxreni tb
For Kldney(uiplalnt of either w thia compound
Lydia E. Pinkham't Vegetable Compound
prepared at 83 and t Weatern Avenue, Lynn, Maaa.
I'rkw 11.00. tiz botlleafnr$.voa. Sent hy mall tn tti
form of pills, alao in th form of Iwhip, on roeetpl
of prtea, l-W. per hni, for rlther. Mr. PINallAM
freely anawera all letvra of In-i'ilry. Bend for pam
phlet. Addrera aa almv Jfntiia (Ala p-ivr.
)ia family should be without LYDIA F. l'INKHAM'
UV.H I'lIJA Tbey r-ir Conrtlpation, CUluuineea,
andToroldltv of tbe Liver tb cent tier boa.
Foil SALK BY DKtW.Isrs.
UICIIAUDSON & CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Wholesale aiienl Tor LYDIA K. 1'INKFIAMS
I lc'arpeiiler, fl). Wntchinakur, noil Jeweler,
Raker. N). Cetidyniuker, fv. Taxldermiat. .Mi,
tillilnr, SO. Furniture and Cabinet Flniaher, .Mi,
Artial. 5". Hoaprnnker, S.'. Ilorae ehova, .
Wood en-'raver. Of bwiknellera or by mull.
JKSSB II AN EY CO., 1111 Nhii street N X.
To Nervous Kulleren-Tlie treat Kiirtijuaii Rcif.
r-dv-lir. J. B. Wmwin'iiSw'lll Medietiip.
Dr. J. B. Hlmpaon'a Ppoclllc Medlclue la a mm
tlve cure for .Spermalorrbea, Impotonry, W i-aknvas
ud all dlaeafea reaulting f mm belf-Abiife, aa Ncr
ou Debility, Irritability. Menial Anilely, Laimuor,
LaMlttxto. Depreaalon of bplrltrand fimrtlouiil tie
ransnmeiita orihe Nervoua Syelem v rally raoia
in iV.rb nr Hide. Lo of Memory. Prelum lire Old
Agu and Uiaeanca
that lead t Con
ty and an early
grave, or both.
No matter how
unaltered t h e
ayatero may be
from eiroaae of
any kind, a abort
conrae of thia mod
c.llie, will reatore l,
t Ion 11 and procure health and happlne, where he
foro waa auapounency ana
Medicine I being used
remplilut aent fruo to all.
Write for tliera and
net full partictiiura,
Price, HpoelAc. Il.'fl per tmckago, 01 U pnrk-
gva lor yri.ui. n 111 nu rent ny man on receipt ui
money- Addre all nrdera,
J. H. MMPMON'8 MKMCINK CO.,
Noa, 104 and 1UU Main bt,, Huilalo, N. T.
TO YOUNG MEN AND OTHERS.
We aend ou trial for thirty ilaya our Electro-Voltaic
Boll, Hand and Hui punaorlim, toyounii meu
unit olliura aufferlng (mm weaknuafu. nervoua tlu
bllliy, loat vitality, loat miinhood, anil many other
diaeaae. Wo gunrautue apeedy enrea and com-
Jilnle reatoratlon of manhood. Addre. without
,ol.y, VOLTAIC KELT CO., Muraball, Mich.
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"K. A. Burnett Cairo 1111 Doi "
Gave Himself Away,
Gih Wliite, u(ialvetion Kiliion, neoil
eil money, hut did not havo any. He
tried to negotiate a loan of a few dol
lars from I)ion?flate Jne9, who is a
harbor, offering Lis not, but Di
pesuohtte told him that he fihaved chins
and not notes. Giis went out, p;ot a
pistol, and r turnod. "Disconsioliite
Jones, gib mo two dollars and de pistol
i-t V01111." "G'way nijali; hit's agin
tie law to tote pi.itils." "Hut you needs
a pistol when you ges home at nights
to keep the robbers oil" "l)e man
wii-ti totes a pistil am a plum coward."
"Hit's- wuff ten dollars, but yer can
have it for two dollar. "(J' way. ui"
gah!" Strange to say. that very night, on
his way houi, Uiscousolate Jones was
attacked by ati unknown man, who
parroted, kicked, and mauled him un
til ho was t ertaiuly a very disconsolate
person, and fled in the darkness with
out uttering a word. Next morning,
before Ons was up, he was called on
by Discoiiola'.e Jones, who told him
the story of his woes, and then said,
"Whar's dat pistil you wanted to sell
me yesterday for two dollars?" "Hit's
agin de law to tote weapons." "Neb
ber mind, I ain't gwine to bo beat to
duff for two dollars." "Nobody but a
plum coward totes pistols, but you can
liitb it for four dollars." Disconsolate
paid over the money and took the pis
tol. As soon as lie got tho pistol ho
examined it, put it iu his pocket, and
then carelessly picking up a chair, ho
whacked (ins White at a fearful rate.
"Dab," said tho breathless Disconso
late, taking back his money; "d-J next
Line you wants to sell a pistil, don't
try to wrestle wid do niggan what put
har-oil on yer head, or you will give
yourself away by de smell. I'll just
keep dis yer pistil to pay me for my
work ami loss of time wrestling; wid
you in Ue dark las' night."
"Forced by my jtolitical connections
into public life, uiy sufferings were intensi
fied by the comments of those who saw my
face and head covered with scrofulous
humor,"' said a gentlcMan recently cured
by ("uticura Remedies.
Making a liaise.
John Hays, Credit P. O., says that lor
nine months he could not raise his hand to
his head through lameness in tho shoulder,
but by the use of Thomas' Electric Oil
he was entirely cured. Taiil t1. Schuh,
Tuot SASDs of ladies havo found sudden
relief from all their woes by the use of
LydiaE. I'inkham's Vegetable Compound,
the great remedy tor diseases peculiar to
females, tknd to Mrs. Lydia E. Tinkham,
2-Vi Western Ave., Lvnn, Mass., for pump
Tho place to plant your corns is on
soino other person's corns.
Sauerkraut is not good if plucked too
young. It must bo left to grow to
To raiso good potatoes take eip;ht
bills against eiht men who will never
pay, and ptit-H-owos where they will
do tho most good.
Cultivate lh musclo of onions, and
onions will soon grow strong enough
to raiso themselves.
Scatter your wild oats, and you can
soon raise' a crop of sin.
Plant a dog at tho foot of every cur
Bo sure and weed out tho oleomarga
rine from your buttercup bod.
If you aro in the milk business, you
should never water your milkweeds.
Tickle the soil ofteu with a plough
and hoo, scatter much time across its
broad acres, and a mortgage may be
raisod from tho farm.
Why an object ol loathing and disgust
toymrselfand society from catarrh, when
Munord s HikIicaI Lure, externally and in
ternally administered, will euro every symp
tom 01 cue disease. f.very package is
complete treatment. Only $1.
A Liberal Offer.
Wugner & Co. Michigan Avo. & Jackson
St. Chicago, otter to send Electric Belts,
Bands, etc., for the euro of Nervous Debili
ty and other diseases, free, lor examination
and trial befo.o purchasing. Thesu Elec
tric Devices are tho invention of Dr. I). A
Joy, of tho University of Michigan, and aro
claimed to be tho only Electric Devices or
Amiiinnces for tho euro of diseases that
liavc yet Wen constructed upon scientific
lirinp mlea Sen their advertisement in this
. One peculiar characteristic of Fellow's
Compound Syrup of Hypophosphites is its
power of decomposing tho food ir the
stomach, rendering digestion ana BSBiiiuia-
tion more pcrtect.
DAILY OAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 20, 1881.
The lrcsa of tbo evunlng that oxjIi the bov
Tbut kiasei tbe orange nnd ttvtkeaout Iby bulr,
it IU f raabnesa lest wuloomu, less swoet lis per
That you know not tbo region from whonoe
It i com?
Whence tbe wind blow, wlu-ro tho wind goee.
Hitbor. and Oiitber, and whltber wbu knows?
Hither and tfiltner-but wbltber-wbo knuwaf
Tbo rler forever glldn alnglog aionif,
T'ne rone oil tbo bunk Iwnda adown Ui lis song,
And tbe flower.aa It Unions, unconHc-loualy dlpa
Till th rl'lng- wave giisd-iia and k ! it lips.
Hut why the wave rlu-Hanil kisaoatbe nwe,
Aud why the roo ettKips for tboae klw-i-who
kriow? Who kuowa'f
And away flow tbe rlver-but wbltber who
lt me bo tbe breeze, ove, that wanders along
Tbe river that vur rojolisea In song;
fie Wiou to my fHticy tho orunge bloom,
Tbe roae by the river tbat gives its perfume.
Would the fruit be aoitoldeu, so fragrant iio
If no linim aud nn wave were to kiss them?
Wbo known? Who know?
If no hiww and no wave wore to kiss thora?
ITEMS 01 INTEREST.
The bug bureau of the government
costs f:35,0)0 a year.
Sprinsrtiold (I'll.) bootblacks lepontly
paraded the s'reeu with banners carry
ing "10 cents or no shine."
A turtle's head that had been cut off
several days, l:tcly bit a thick's neck
and killed tho fowl, in Tabwtton, (ia.
One of tho grounds on which an Ohio
wife demands a divorce is that her hus
band habitually sleeps with a pistol in
In the Lde of Man the right to vote
has been accorded to all women who
possess an estate yielding a pound
sterling per annum.
A petition is in circulation on the
American side of Niagara Falls, to
have the name of tho place changed to
that of Cataract City.
A Manchester. crmont, markctman
has had to pay ?2"0 of doctor's bill for
customers who were made sick by eat-
inz cheese he sold them.
A railroad ticket issued twenty years
ago, good from Burns to Hornellsville,
on the Erio Railroad, was recently of
fered and accepted for a ride.
De Winter Dumas, a colored clerk in
one of the departments at Washington,
speaks a half dozen different languages
and is an expert short-hand writer.
A paper, on which was written "Mrs.
Sophia Loper is my heiress," with a
date and signature, was a lmittea to
probate as a w ill in New Orleans.
There is, in Springfield, Mass., a pi
ano made 111 luo ov an uncle and
brother of John Jacob Astor, both of
whom were at tbat time piaiio-tnakers
An Klmira, N. Y., ladv who sent an
order in resjonse, to an advertisement
ofienng twenty-live ueiul household
articles for a three-cent stamp, received
homo of the plate-glass mirrors in
the new Grand Opera House in Paris
are 45 by b2 feet, eoiial to -':ilo square
feet of unbroken glass. Eighteen of
them would cover an acre.
The graceful testimonial presented
by the paridiiiiiieis of a parish near
Moffat, Scotland, to their pastor, as a
mark of respect when he resigned, was
a plat in the parish church-yard.
A (ierman girl of Shebovgan, Wis
consin, has been married to a Chippe
wa Indian, and mils followed 1 1 1 1 11 to tin;
lodges of his iribo, where she dwells
with him in tho usual attire of siiaw.
Two of the four new air locks which
are being placed iu the Hudson river
tunnel have been successfully set three
hundred and sixty feet from the Jersey
It is stated that Uusian police
agents ore to be sent to tho principal
cities of F.invpe to search for socialists.
Four will be sent lo lmdon, and a sim
ilar number to Paris nu I Geneva.
Akron, Ohio, now lights its streets
wilh four Bi uh lighls, on an irou mast
two hundred and eight feet high, sup
plemented by a similar cluster three
quarters of a mile distant, on a high
Thousands of tho red A iierican fox
skins are annually sent to Russia.
They are used to line costly garments.
That we should send furs to Eussda is
as odd as that we should send wines to
A Chicago man handed his wife $:5o0
in bills, the other week, to be put in a
safe place. Having one hand full of
papers she intended to burn and the
mouey in tho other, she threw the bills
into tho fire.
A lako has been dscovered near Or
lando, Florida, that has no visible out
let, aud yet it receives a quantity of
water eipial to its own bulk every twenty-four
hours. It is supposed to have
an underground outlet.
For over two years the County Court
at Lafayette, Yamhill County, Ore.,
has been engaged, at intervals in de
liberating as to the ownership of a cer
tain calf. A whole herd of full-grown
cattlo, with a corral full of calves,
could havo been purchased by either
party in Interest with tho money ex
pended in this suit.
The Latest Graze,
"The latest fashionable craze," says
Chaff, a Detroit paper, "is to havo the
.bands aud feet photographed. Beau
tiful hands and feet are taken in a doz
en different positions, also many hands
and foct that aro not beautiful. A
beautiful hand taken ou a dark back
ground, looks very nice, and a pair of
pretty feet in embroidered slippers and
Bilk stockings is something in a picture
too awfully sweet for anything. Feet
are taken as high up as the knee, show
iurr the garters and well, aud so forth.
Tretty feet in tiny kid boots and
clocked stockings make tine photo
graphs, and a plump, white, nnd
shapely hand on black velvet is
charming thing in photography."
. I Sw
The editor of London . Truth savs:
"As a taxpayer, I regret tu hear that
Cyprus will cost us about 40.000 nor
annum; but as a lover of justice, I re
joice. The island is absolutely worth
less to tis; it would cost us millions to
make it a place of arms, and so vilo. is
the climate that the soldiers would die
like flies. For this precious trophy of
a. J I t 1 at a
secret, nun umieruanu diplomacy we
havo to pay K),UO0 per aununi. So
much for Jingoism, and so much for
'peace, with Cyprus!1 " ,
ttf a ia
MItlMtMIIIMlMIIIM WIIIKII e)
. . a . , Ml
HiaiNN NIMMW t
Your Own Horns..
To be sure, the tax on property is
high, and little repairs run away with
considerable mouey; nevertheless, it is
wise for a man to buy a home of his
own. A house for a family is a do
mestic saving bank. It fosters the
home feeling; there is something to
work for. Each can help to pay off
the debt upon their homestead, for it
is their homo and not some one's else
who may at tho expiration of the lease
thrust them out to give place to others.
Every treo, and shrub, and flowering
plant upon the premises has been
planted, or added to by the hands of
the occupants, and are the objects of
lavish affection. Thus the ties of do
mesticity are multiplied, and an incli
nation to wander restrained. Aguin,
there is no more money spent in mov
ing. As "three moves are equal to a
tire," there is obvious economy in
staying in one place. Lost articles,
damaged furniture, misfitting carpets,
injured healths and damaged tempers
all have a more or less direct bearing
on tho purse, sometimes throwing out
lines reaching as far as the doors of tho
doctor and the undertaker, to say noth
ing of the services of sundry artisans
to repair damages, and of time lost in
removal that could have been more
profitably occupied in the regular pur
suits. Then there is the valu added
to a place by the industry and skill of
the occupants in beautifying it and
multiplying the comforts nndconveni
euces of tho home. There is both
pleasure and profit in such work, but
it is foreign to the renter, who grudges
time and money expended on another
A correspondent iu lteimanu's I'nr
hr.r Zvitmiti states that tho new aniline
oil for producing ungreenable blacks
is not a success. Impure aniline oils
have always a black less liable to turn
A rum bill of over $Gf)O.O00,0OO is not
a pleasant account to contemplate and
yet that is just what was the total ex
penditure for drink la-t year in Great
Britait., and even this is some 30,0O0,
000 less than it was in 1879.
A milk-white, red-breasted robin is
exciting considerable interest among
citizens of Sewickley, Pa., where she
has been discovered building a nest,
assisted by a male robin of normal col
or, save that he has a white head.
Henry G. Vennor contemplates an
invasion of this country in pursuit of a
copyright for his next weather alma
nac. He thinks that otherwise the
"pirates" will reap a harvest by steal
ing his predictions.
Gen. Torn Brown says that "when
the f a al Academy Board unanimous
ly voted the use of tobacco an injuri
ous habit which ought not to be toler
Hted among cadets, every member of it
had a riy;ai- in his mouth."
The London Musical World says:
"The uttercst complication in the way
of divorce has beeu attained in New
Philadelphia. United States, where a
woman is suing her former husbkud
for breach of promise of remarriage."
The report that in Washington the
telegraph and telephone wires are to
run through the sewers has attracted
attention in many places where the
many poles and wires along the streets
are objected to.
Nevada people are now careful about
smoking tobacco taken from the lining
of an old coat. Oue man got a pistol
cartridge into his pipe. TI10 bullet
went into the wall, and nobody knows
where the pipe went to.
Savannah Sans: Tho crew of tho
stenraer Centennial captured on St. Si
mons island bench a huge turtle weigh
ing 54D pounds, and her nest continu
ing 18) egis. When sho was killed
about half a bushel of soft eggs we ro
taken from her.
An old lazzarone has just died at Na
ples after a most successful career in
matrimony. He was married 7 times
under King Bomba. and had 76 chil
dren, who are still alive; under tho
Savoy dynasty ho was married 6 times,
and raised 17 children, only two of
Some philanthropist has said that a
man who truly loves a horse cannot be
wicked. Tito New Orleans I'koifitnc
thinks ho tnu-t be in the wrong, for
Texas jails are full of men who loved
horses uot widely but too well. But
they wero other people's.
Some seaside resorts, uot satisfied
wilii nroiiibbing the Jews, propose to
Imni Ii the children as well. At the
Cliff House, at Tarrytown, N. Y., the
sign cunspier.011.sly declares, "Adults
only will be entertained." Several
other hotels in the vicinity have mado
similar nuiiouncenieiils, Rud a general
warfare against children seems to have
been begun by tho hotel men.
A woman in Des Moines is seeking a
second divorce from her husband. Sho
was divorced from him last September,
but was almost immediately remarried,
and now asks tho assistance of tho law
again to releaso her from matrimonial
bonds, alleging that defendant has over
sinco treated her with unbtarablo cru
elty. A young married woman brought to
the medical department of the Ann Ar
bor University was found to have been
poisoned by using a powder known as
"llako-whito," which sho applied to
her cheeks after welting them with
water. The nctivo element of this
beaut ilior Is carbonate of lead a most
deadly poison to the human system.
In the vicinity of Toklo, where the
recent great tire occurred, anonymous
notices were posted up lately every
Avhcre to the effect that such streets
were shortly to be burned down. A
few days later, however, anothor no
tice apponred as follows: "Owing to
the extreme inclemency of the weather,
all incendiarisms will be postponed for
a few days."..
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GBAXD MEDAL AT THE PHILADEI.PUIA EXPOMITION.I
MILVEB HEDAL AT THE FARM
For sale by C. W. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Assurance Society of the United States.
l'O BEOADWAY NEW Y O K K
The Equitable Life Assurance Society was the first to in
TONTINE SAVINGS FUND POLICY,
And thereby to popularize life
W, K. CRAISE, General Manager for IIUiioIh, Iowa, JMiraska,
Territories, 108 Dearboru Street, Chiritffo.
K. A. BUENETT, Agent,
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HIKE 60 cents and 61.00.
Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Freemans' New Rational
of color are unequalled. Color from 2 to 5
Article- from pur
Vaseline inch aa
Vaseline Cold Cream,
Vaseline Camphor lee
Vaseline Toilet Soaps,
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and Diphtheria, etc
An agreeable form of tak
ing Vaseline internally.
25 CERTS A I0X.
of all oar goods.
EXPOSITION. COLGATE & CO., N.Y.
insurace to a degree before
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