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Tlie leading Hi li-tnlcta nl to-uny cri-e Hint miwt
alauaae are r.aui-l hv lioiirii:ri'il Kldiwy. or Li v.
er. I(, tbuifl'urc. the Kidney and Llvtrraru k"it. in
Perfect urdfr, perfect licellli will be the ruoulc.
J M trutU lias oiily linn known abort time and
for yrare people s ilfurud unut sunny without -Ihi-tn
aliln to find rlll. 'lite dl-covcry Of Wurtiur'a
Unto Uldnuy and Llvr Cum warka a nuvr urn in
the trcattnuni tit thuao troulii. Mailu from a
simple troplral leaf of rare iralne, It nmlslua Juat
th eluuuiit neiM'i(ry in uourinh and invigorate
both of lln-.o firal ori;ia.and fnly r'alr td
ki'tp them in older, ft ia a 1'OhlTI VH HKMKDi'
fur all thu diix accn thai canon paluH in the lower
yart of the l)ody lor Torpid Ltver- H'-aiiaohea
aumli. c- I)l..Iito Oravul - Kever. A sue--Material
Kever, and ill illfflcnltlc of the Kidneys, Liver
and (,'rlnary Organ.
It 1 an excellent amlaafe remedy fur female dur
lilt! rreenanry. It will control MeiiKtruatiiii mid
i Invaluable for I.c corrlma or lulling of I lie
Aa a Illood I'srlnVr If I iim-iiakd, for it cure
the orane that make thu lilood.
HEAD TIIK KKCOKD.
'It savi-d my life."- K. B. I.eMy. Selma. Ala
"It I t!ie remedy that will cure tin. many din
face iicouliartu w men.'"- Mother Macaxlne.
"It ha pe';d vr t-"t and won endorse
ment from 'ime of ibe hlclicat medical taleut in
the roBlitry." New Vork World.
"No remedy heretofore dicovered ran 1m held
for ono moment in ")inparl-uii wllb it " Itev. C.
A. Harvey, I) I) , Wartilni'tnii, Ii. C.
Tliia Remedy, which haa done ucb wondfre. ia
put up In tbe LAtt'JEST SIZED UOTTI.KS of any
medicine upon the market, and i told lv d rtiiririate
and all dealer at JITiper Wtl". Kor Diuli.te.
i for WAKNEK a bArK
tr-KDIAJtt IES ITI'.K
It ia a TOI 1 1 VJi Ki-tucdr.
U. II. WAKNElt & CO., Kocbeater. N. V.
.m. lycia e. pimkhami
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8
Th Poltiv Vim
For all Female Complaints.
Thi prerontlnn, aa It unie tiirnlfle, eonalU of
Vegetable IVwertw lh are Imnilu to th must del
icmUlnTUid. Upon one trial tlx meriu of thif Com
pound will h rcgnUnl, aj reliff I Immeduo l and
wben lUURlt continue-1, In Diiv tJ nine rue In a hun.
dred.aprmuinnteureUe(rcrtl,thouand will U
ttfy. On accoont U ll proron nwrlt. It I to-djr r
eummut1 and prwritx! Ij tbe bwt phyrtcUn la
It will rtir mtlrvly tin wort form of falling
.' th Dterua, Leooorrba-a, IrrtgiUar and painful
K nttniatlrm, all Oarlan Troahlea, InflAoimatlon and
Ulceration, rioodlnRi, all tilnpuwrmenU and tba eon
KquentiplnalwrwknMai.aiulia rpKially adapud in
the Chanira of IJf . It will dlwolf and exprl tumor
from UieuUrtu In an early ta of deflinnt. Tha
taKlKiir; to nanceroui huiii"r there U checked rry
tueedily by It um.
In faet it ha protM to be Hie Breat
at and bet remedy that baa tnr leen dleoer-
d. It perroeato iivtry portion of the ytem, and rlrea
new Ufeand rigor. It remom faintnwa.n'atulrnrj, de
trvr all crartug for ntunulaol, and reUerr weaknn
I, curt Bloating, Itfladaebea, Nerrmui rrnatratton.
General Xtoblllty, Rleeplnauma, Drpmnlon and bull
gtwtlun. TbatfeeUngof bearing down, eaualng pain,
weight and barkacbe, le alwaya prrmanently cured by
It um It will at all time, and undrrall ctremnatan
, act In har.ony witbth law that govern tha
For KldneyCoroplalnt f either mt thl ecapound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
la prepared at KB and 115 Wwb-rn Arenue. Lynn, Nana.
Trice 11.00. Six boltlrti for 16.00. Bent by mall in the
form of ptU,alolntbefonn ofLnmnire, on receipt
of price, 91.00, per box, for either. Mm. HNiJHAM
freely amrwera all letter of Inquiry. Send for pain
phlet Addreaa aa aboTw Mt-ntirm thf pnper.
; family ibouldlw without I.VDIA E. I'lNKRAM'
ISYZR riLIA Tlwy core Conitliiatlon, CUioutnvaa
andTorvldltr of the Uver erntn ocr box.
KOK SALE 11Y DHl.HHilSTS,
RICHARDSON & CO., St. Lotiifl, Mo.
Wholualo aiteula for LVUIA E. flNKDAM'S
HANKY'S T1LAPK MANUALS. -1'nlnlnr.M eta.
Carpenter, ft). Watclimaknr, and Jeweler, .VI.
linker, ryi. t'andymakur, W. Tuxldermlct, W,
Uildur, VI. Furnilitre and Cabinet Klulrher, Mi.
Artist, 50. Hoapmnker, aft. llorae hlioea, 25.
Wood-engraver.', tf bacikaellura or by mall.
JESSE HANKY 4 CO., ll'J Naacau atreut N. X.
To Nervous Bufferon-The Orrat Eiirtiiian Ri-fdv-Pr.J.
B. Blnipcoii'aSpd'itic Mwllfliiti.
n .1 ii ninminn'i Snecillr Medicine, la a noal
Mv .iire for Hpermatorrbea, Imtmluncy, S cakneM
and all dlacamea reaultlng from bolf-AbM!, aa cr
voua Debility, Irritability. MunUl Anxlely. Unirnor,
Lasaitudo, Deproaaion of Spirit and rnnct onal du
..,n,.m..t. ni ihn itrvoiia Hvatem cetiurallv I alna
In luck or Side. Loa of Memory, l'reinatiire Old
Arc ami oiauaava
that lead to Con
ty and an early
crave, or both.
No matter how
abatterud t h 0
ayatem may bo
from exenaaea of
any kind, a short
courae of thlt modU.liie will reatoro n u lual func
tlona and tirocure health and happlne, where be
fore waa despondency and (tltaim 'I ha Specific
ileUlclne la being - unud with wonanrim uc
Pamphlet tent freo to all. Write for I hem and
pet full partlciilara,
l'rlco, Specific, $1 .00 per pnckitco, ot fix pack
aKa lor $5.nti. Will be aent by mail on receipt ol
money. Anureaa an oruera,
No. 104 and lot) Main St. , Duflalo, N. T.
Tn YniTKfl MEN ANnnTiirus.
We tend ou trial for thirty day our Electro-Vol-talo
Bella, Banda and Suxpunnirlea, toyounifuivn
anu Otnara auueriHK ioiu wunKTiennup, uurvuuu uu
blllly, lost vitality, loat mauheod, and many other
utaeaaea. yiv kushiuivq rouuf wumn aim wu-
tdcte reatoratloa of manhood. Addreaa without
delay, VOLTAIC BELT CO. Marahall Mich.,
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Spell pea soup
with thrco letters.
b-o-ti pea fsoii).
Mis. John Drew is quoted as saying
that on the slage "people are very well
paid and very careful of what they do,
and none of those mai velously funny,
rjuuer things happen thai happened for
ty or lift v yt'ai s no. There it, 1 think,
rather less genius on the stage but
there is more good conduct. Those
men who used to be very funuy and
vt ry erratic who used to pel intoxicat
ed here and got intoxicated there, and
of whom people thought how clever
they would bo if they didn't driuk
.scanely anybody of thatcharacteris on
the stage at all now.
A Liberal Offer.
Wagucr & O. Michiiran Ave. & Jackson
Ht. Chicago, offer to send Electric IJelts,
Jj;tiids, etc., for the cure of Nervous Debili
ty and other diseases, free, for examination
and trial Ix.-forc purchasing. These Elec
tric Devices nro the invention of Dr. D. A.
Joy, of the University of Michigan, and are
claimed to le the only Electric Devices or
Appliances Tor the cure of diseases that
have yet been constructed upon scientific
principles. See their advertisement in this
The Doctors Disagree
As to the best methods and remedies, for
the cure of constipation and disordered
liver and kidneys. But those that have
used Kidney-Wort, agree that it is by far
the lCot medicine known. Its action is
prompt, thorough and lasting. Don't take
pills and other mercurials that poison the
system, but by using Kidney-Wort restore
the natural action of all the organs New
, New England Dinner.
The fifthcoluiun man of Me New
York Times is poking fun at Down
East dinners. It makes a New Eng
ender' s blood boil but listen to him :
Whoever bus peneta'cd far into
New England must have observed that
in their habits of feeding, and in what
they feed upon, the people there differ
widely from those of ,ew York and
the WesL Tlio difference is noticeable
from the moment you cross the frontier.
Upon the tables of the hotels of New
Haven and Hartford you liud dishes
that no New York hotel cook would
consent to prepare, except on pain of
dismissal. Throughout New England
tho hix o'cloek dinner is iteeounted a
high-toned" Now York notion not to
he imitated or eneoiiritgcd. At noon
everybody takes the principal meal of
tho day; and if 6omo feeble systems
break down under the double strain
of work and digestion carried on sim
ultaneously through the afternoon, the
failure is attributed to liver complaint.
At the hour when New Yorkers are en
joying their dinner the down-East folks
are al tea or supper. Tho repast is tho
samo under either name cold ham,
hot bifiouit, pickles, "preserves," tea,
and, of course, pie. Tie aud tho dough
nut go baud in hand all over New Eng
land. What New York man or woman
can think of pio as a breakfast' dish
without a shud lor? The New Engend
er doesn't shudder. Ho likes it at any
time. If there aro six in a family,
ono pio just "goes round." Three pies
a day, lventy-one a week, tell hundred
and ninety-two a year. Tho Yankees
ore a hardy race, there is no doubt of
it. Where and when the doughnut
took its rise is a question that hat been
too much neglected by our archaeolo
gists and niiti'piarians. There is noth
ing resembling it in tho ideographic
writing of the Egyptians, nor is it men
tioned in tho inscriptions from tho pal
aces of tho Assyrian kings. No dough
nuts were found at Ponfpeli among tho
fragments of tho repasts so rudely in
terrupted by tho volcano. Yet the
great aiiliipnly of tho doughnut nppcurs
from tho fad tliut, like tho fish-hook, it
has undergone no substantial change
in form in historical limes. What re
lation, if any, exists between doughnu's
aud tho fall of republics it remains for
tho student of political science, lo dis
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Aro you disturbed at eight and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with tho excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If so, go at onco and got a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relievo tho poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it. who will not toll you
at onco that it will regulato tho bowels,
and givo rest to the mother, and relief and
health to thu child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly sate to uso in all cases, and
pleasant to tho taste, and ia tho proscrip
tion of ono of the oldest aud best fcnialo
physicians and nurses in tho United States.
Bold everywhere. 25 cents a bottlo.
DAILY OAIKO BULLETIN; SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 23, 1881.
ITEMS OF INTEL EST
Governor Hoyl, of Peiniylvaniii, has
beou made LL. D. by tho University of
It is dangerous to ask a woman idle
questions when she i adding up a
Tho nearest approach to perpetual
motion titut hits yet been discovered Is
rent. Day and night it keeps going on
and novor stops,
"In tho bright complexion of my
youth I'll have no such word as pale,"
and sho reached for tho rouge-box with
tho clutch of an angel.
A young lady graduate may, in after
years, forget the title of her essay, but
sho will always remember how her
white dress was made and trimmed.
'I can't go to Europe," a lady is re
ported to have said; am readii.g
forty-live continued stories, and my
limited means would not let me pay
'No woman of proper self-respect,"
says a man's-rights Journal, discussing
tho marriage ceremony, "will submit
to bo given away." This is very true.
But then no man of self-respect would
ever give a woman away,
There are now 18,671 pupils in tho
Maine schools, fewer than ten years
ago, whilo tiio population has increa-scil
2'2,000. The Htiperinloudent advises
the people to pay as much attention to
the children as they do the live stock,
nvid all will be woll.
(ieorge I. Seney, of the Metropolitan
bank of New York, sends $1,000 to tho
People's church of Boston for tho build
ing fund, saying: "Let it be spent in
furnishing comfortable nnd cn.-hioned
seats for the colored friends in the best
part of Ihe church, toward which the
whitfl people in tho 'little upper attic
pews' may look to see the colored man
worship in the broad aUle."
The French government intend to
establish an observatory al Cape Horn
for the purpose of accumulating data
regarding terrestrial magnetism. Those
who are to take charge of the cstnhli di
luent will sail in the same vessel which
is to bring out the astronomers, who
will try to make what use they can of
tho approaching transit of Venus.
A Boston Statistician finds that the
whole number of snow-storms in Bos
ton during tbe last thirty-eight years
was 1,107, and the aggregate depth of
snow was ICQ feet fij inches. The av
erage number of snow-storms yearly
during this period (thirty-eight years)
was 2'J 5-38, and the average depth of
snow wits 4 feet 5 81-152 inches.
Electricity has been applied to pro
pel velocipedes. M. Trouve recently
drove an English tricycle through the
streets of Paris by means of electricity
stored in a Plante secondary battery
aud n pair of Depress electric motors.
Tho weight of the apparatus was four
hundred-weight, ami the speed was
In a paper on the theory of tho gal
vanic element. Dr. F. Exncr shows that
between metals and liquids, where no
chemical action takes place, there is no
more electric separative power than be
tween two metals. Tho entire effect of
a galvanic element depends exclusively
on tho chemical action.
A black niaro, seized at Boston for
violation of customs revenue laws, has
been sold by auction by tho United
States marshal for 1-wO. The animal
was shipped from Now Brunswick at
an invoiced valuation of $!00, but tho
appraiser's valuation and the duties
comliini'd ws SHOO.
Sara Bernhardt, upon arriving at a
French hotel, registered as an Ameri
can. Please don't do so any more,
Sara. The United States has enough
sins to answer for already.
It is pointed out by the Levant Ihr
old that the!! 15,000 paid as ransom for
Mr. .Sitter represents L'61 pounds of
gold, whereas that gentleman's weight
probably does not exceed 151 pounds;
while 'Jil pounds weight of gold was
given for Col. Syng, who can be little
short of 35 pounds heavier than Mr.
Suter. Statistically considered, this is
a very striking increase in the price of
human life in the brigmd market.
Tho registrar general of England, in
his report for tho year 1879, jut issued,
remarks that of tho MUG I persons
who married in 179, 58,611, or 16.2
per cent., signed the register v',h
marks, ami of these 25,0;7 were men
and :W,60l were women. In 12,210
marriages bridegroom nnd bride alike
wore unable to sign except by mark.
Tho proportion of persons who when
they marry are unable to write their
names is steadily diminishing.
As an illustration of tho compensa
tions brought about by the whirligig
of time, attention is called to the fact
that while no relative of Clen. Washing
ton has lived at Mount Vernon for
many years, ami none of his family
own any part of tho estate, descend
ants of three families of negro servant
still live there, and neither they nor
their ancestors have known any other
homo sinco (Jen. Washington brought
thoir ancestors there
Mollio Armstrong yielded to tho im
portuning of her lover, and left Lewis
county, Kentucky, with him in search
of a convenient Gretna (iroen. Billy
Vance, om old ndniiver of Mollic's,
heard of the proceeding tind followed
up the elopers. Catching them beforo
they could get into Ohio, Billio took
the trembling Mollio aside, set the "old,
old story" to new variations, and sang
it into her ear so sweetly that the party
of the first part was discarded, ami
Billy crossed tho river and was made a
married man in log liino than it takos
to tell it.
"(lath," having said that Kentucky
had repudiated or scaled down her
stale debt from f:l,8!)2,4,io lo $3,712.
086, tho Frankfort Yrotunn remarks:
Mr. (too. Alf. is a Hades of a liar, as
everybody knows, and has been re
minded of tho fact frequently. Kon
tucky never scaled or repudiated an
obligation to pay in all of her exist
ence. Her total debt tin the lHlli of
October, lH7i, as per last published ro
porl was $l,H58,())8. of which amount
,.11.677,014 whs duo lo herself - that is
hold hs it school fund. Of course she
was not likely to scale or repudiate
that, aud iiguiust the remainder of her
outstanding debt, $lS'l,o7J, she has
cash balanoo.t in thu treasury anil cash
assets In Iho bands of tho commission
ers of tho sinking fund amounting to
$768,151. At this time, In reality. Ken
tucky does not owe a dollar of debt,
ami h is never tit tiny time repudiated
or scaled lo the uuiouut. of a cent.
, SSsSS SSfttteS) tl Hit
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A Marriage in "War Timfl.
I remember, says a correspondent of
the Iiouisvilh! Vunricr-loui'iial, a very
amusing marriage ceremony which I
once performed. I was busy trying to
make up some bread for my mess I
was then "high private in the rear
rank" of the old Thirteenth Virginia
llogiment when a bright young fellow
of the "Maryland line" hailed mo with:
"I say, mister, are you a preacher?"
Not surprised at tho doubt implied in
the question, for neither my dress nor
my occupation was clerical, I replied:
"Yes, I claim to be."
"Are you authorized to marry people
in this Slate?"
"Well, you are tho very man I have
b n hiiKting for for live days."
"I ntn glad you have found me at
last. What can I do for you?"
"I want you to marry mo, sir."
'Right away, sir; Just as soon as we
can get there."
"About two milts down the road."
Accordingly, I got permission from
my colonel (A. P. HilLs), satisfied my
self that the license was all right, aud
started. As we wero going along, the
little follow pulled out his license and
' Look here, Parson, suppose any
thing should happen so we could not
get married to-day. sho could not mar
ry any one else as long as I hold these
(shaking his license) against her, could
When I explained that the licenso
was of no binding force until the cere
mony was performed, ho started off on
a half run, exclaiming:
"Woll, conio on. Parson; we must
Beginning to suspect that there was
something wrong, 1 stopped and said
"1 must have an explanation of this,
sir; I do not mean to do anything con
trary to law or right. Did you not tell
nie that you had the full consent of the
young lady's parents, and that there
was no obstacle in tho way of your
"Yes, it's all right, Parson; come on,
and I'll explain it all to your satisfac
tion. The whole truth is that Pve been
sick down at the house or, ' rather,
h; vc been pretending to be sick for
several weeks, and tiiore has been a
1; do girl down there that has been so
1 nd to me that I want to marry her
lor , it. Now, my colonel has found
out that I am woil, and I am afraid he
will send a guard after mo and put me
in the guard house; that before I get
out the brigade will move away, and
so I may not get a chance to get mar
ried at all, and she may then go and
marry some other fellow. Come on,
Parson! Please let us make haste!"
1 followed hint as rapidly as I could,
and on reaching; tho lace I ascertain
ed that tho guard had actually come
for him beforo ho came after rue, but
had agreed to wait for him if ho could
procure a preacher and hurry up tho
I performed the ceremony, he sa
luted his brido in approved, old-fashioned
style, and the guard immediately
marched him off to tlie guard-house.
He called on me several days afterward,
however, and said:
"Parson, I have been a very happy
man sinco I saw you. 1 took your ad
vice and made a clean breast of it to
the colonel, and ho released me from
the guard-house aud gave me forty
eight hours' leave of alisouce."
Some time afterward I was at Louisa
Courl House on a furlough, and, being
at the tlepot wheu the cars came up,
whom should 1 see but my young
Maryland soldier, who jumped off the
train and rushed to me, exclaiming:
"Parson, I'm the happiest man iu tbe
Southern Confederacy. I have ob
tained a discharge from the anny. I
have work in Richmond at which I can
make plenty of money, I have rented
a nice little house there, and furnished
it very comfortably, aud now I am go
ing up after my wife."
Some men have more fear of dying a
beggar Hi an of living ono.
THE GREAT CURE
is It is tor all dieaaaes of tha KIDNEYS,
LIVER AND BOWELS.
It olaanaa tha eyatsn of tha aorld potion
that eaueea the drnadfal uttering whlob
only the Tlatimi of tUieumatlum ean realise.
THOUSANDS OF CASES
of tha worst forms ef this terrible disease
hare been quickly rellmd, in a abort time
kaaked wra4rrulaueaeaa,and an Immense
sale ia every part or the Oonntry. In hun
dredsofoaaa it has ouied where all olae had
ailed. Itla mild, but effloisnt, CERTAIN
IN ITS ACTION, butharmlM In all oaaea.
nrlelrsaee,HreBf thaa aa lNw
Lire to all th Important organaof tbe body.
The natural aotlon of the Kidney ia reatored.
Th Uver 1 eleanaed of all dtaeaae, and tba
Bowels movsfraaly and baallhfully. In this
way the worst dJasssss are eradicated from
Aa it has bson provsd by thooaanda tnai
la the most enVotual remedy tor eleanatng tba
system of all morbid orations. It should bs
used in every nouaenoia aa
Alwaya our BILIOUHNBSB, CONSTIPA
TION. PILKS and all fllelaXl Diaeaaae.
Ia put np In Pry Vrgatable Feral, In tin cans,
one park Mr of which makMllquarU medicine.
Alio In I.lqald form, very Ceneentratcdfor
the eonren lenco of tbnae who cannot mad llr pre
pare Ik ft act ivtfk aual nfflrinev in Mfarorm
orr iTorrotm nucoonrr. price,
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Dyes. For brightness and durability
pounds, price 15 cents.
Used and approved by tho leading PHYSI
CIANS of EUROPE and AMERICA.
The most Valuable
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For sale by C. AV. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
THE E QUIT A BLI LIIE
Assurance Society of the United States.
1MO BKOADWAY NEW YORK
The Enuitable Life Assurance Society was the first to in-
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W. N. CRAINE, General Manager
Territories, 1B Dearborn Street, t'umgw.
E. A. BTJENETT, Ai?ent.
Owner Twelfth St., and Washington Aye., Cairo, Illinois
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