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Tliolctilinu Hclsntlsl ol lo.nny Htm Dint most
r tl";lulori!-1 te Kldnt ya stel l.iv. r in- lo-pi in
porfoct oril.ir, parfuct health will b tho result.
iDla truth has owy been known a shun limosnd
for j'eara pople suffered Brest onv wuboiit I.
Ipc Wo to Ond rull.-i. lie discovery of Warner's
Har. illdiiiy aud Liver Cure icurks a noy era iu
strap u tropical lusf of rare valuo, it contains Just
be elainsutsneressarytu nourish and mvlt'nrats
boinor thus. grat organs, and aaf.ily rstori and
keep thnm In ordwr. It In I'OSI'l I VK HKMKDY
for all the Ulaxaai'i that causu pstns In the lower
(art of the body-tor Torpid I.ivi -ll1.adacbi -
Jttlinrll;n I1ItIw.... 1 1-...,l I..... A .... . i
Jlal ovr, aud all dlfllcultioa of th Kldunys, Lf r
and L rlu try Organs.
It U an ritelliint and safe romi'ily for few ales dur-
inn i reKinmy. u win control m cn.trustti.n Hiid
la iuvslusblri for l.c corrlins or falllnc of th
U." m l
Ai a Blood Porlfli r It la unrniialod. for it nirr-a
tha nananl t li mal.a ikA LI I '
mv wi(iu inn uinitu inn UJWJU,
BEAD THE RECORD,
'Tt imvH nut life " Lr tt r a t
H Is th renitdy thnt will cure the nisiir dii-
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m - - - n .un:aiijj.
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menu from ms of thohluot medical u.ut in
tuc vwuuuy. new i or wur.Q.
Nfl rPRlftflv h r.tr.fVra. Aim.,., C i ..u
. f ' - wi wi m mvw . i ' 1 1 i nu rn ii rij
for one moment lu compinnun with it li v C
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MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAMi
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8
Th Ponltlrp Tura
For all Female Complaints.
TUa prrniUoB, a hi nam algnlAM, oondtta ot
Tgtabl PropcrtlM lliat art himlrm to th mud dal
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pound will b raootrnlicd, u ralirf ii Immoduta i and
ban ItaUMlteuntliiun, la olnrty oln caanain a bun.
drad, apermanntearal(tiiltbonand will
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tominmdt1 aad BrMrrllwd by th. bnt pbyiictans la
It wtll ears tnttntf int form nf fal)u(
of tlx at rut, IcucorrlwM, trrwKular and painful
Vtnatruation, all Ovarian Troublaa, Inflaamatlon and
ClcaraUon, floodlnca, all Diplcrnntj and th. con
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f rm tb auintloaa oarly stan of dfTlnpront. Th
tndnry to ratmrons humon ttai Ii chfclr.d ry
ipadlly by It oh.
la fart It haa pmwil to Nt th vrvat
ant and boat rmdy that baa r.r hw dlaroT.r
d. It parmMta. nry portion of th 7tm( and gim
B.w llfftnd rigor. It runntM fAlntnw,fatiilDry, d
atroys al'craTlog for atlraulaoU, aad tvtlri wiwlroHa
of tba atomrh
K cur Dloattnir, iTaadarh.., S'.rrom IVotlraMon,
Oanarai toblllty, 81rplfinMs, Drprmion and Indl
Station. That frwllng of baarlng down, rauiinf pain,
wslghland backaob,taaJayipnnanntly eurd hy
Itauaa. ItwUlatalltlrm.aodundrrall rlrrunutan
caa, art In harmony wlibth l.w tliat (nvama tb
ForKidnayCnmplalnt.nf tth.r 'i thla compound
Lydia t. Pinkliam'g Vegetable Compound
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In Back or 8ldu, Loss of Mrmnry, I'mnniinri' old
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ty and an early
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tlons and procure health and hspplneaa, where lv
foro was despondency Slid Rloom Th Hpnr.lflc
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LArgeat Oiroulation of any Sail? In
8outhtrn IHinoUi. .
Offlcoi. Bnlletlu Bullfllnir, WMhUnfton Arenne
Rally (delivered by carriers) per week. . .
By mall (In advasco) one year
Br mall fill hdv.nrol &n . .AM
Mil iiumbi ' ' .'
Throe months "'..I'.'.'..'.'."'.'." 50
Toclubsof ten and over (per copy)....'. !..'."! 1 M
rosiaee in all caac. prepaid.
Advertising 1 1 h t :
Klrsl lllRr..rifin r.n. .nn,... . . AA
I NnroDtlnsertions,pnrs(i'uare!!!!!.'!!!.'!!! 50
ror one wai'k, per square S 00
""""on anu resolutions passed hy societies
... ...... in ,it una.
Deaths and marring" frc
First luirl Hill tmp aniikM t a
. p.. , r.jnoiTJ,,, 1 1 f U
jfciirni UDdi oi lid nonpMflll eonMltoteftiquant.
v.r "i" ro
m tho ipac mrupU4, t above rta-thr b
Ing twi'lv IlnM of olld type to tbe Inch.
To rinrulfir a.rfnrttaii tT... ....j. i.j
inenui. both s to rates of eharifes and manner of
'I 1. 1 ..... n . . . . .
K L.O. a N.w.u.fta lilurioU. IJ itn u
street! where advertising contracts msy be mad.
f tr It In New Tnrlr
("ommunlcatlons nnon subjects of itsi.sral Int.rasl
to the tmblle are at all tlm im.i,i. d.i....j
i.rrers ana communications should be addressed
'I. A. Burnett Cairo Illinois "
By tlie Passaio.
Wlioff. H, r r VPI' NMks the cover
f)i (tic irr hi.no bniiuhs hnnir over,
j p sl.ieare irreon with olovnr,
In liii; inii l unMith of Mny:
Whi i.-thc c.ldie meet and "minul,
Bnbt)llnir n'pr tlw. .inn. uhlt,..!..
Th.'re I anpio, iiieir. I dHiiitla. all the dar.
Oh. ' .rt to fH the pln.Mo
lt'id. with top sent butt 'lajtlc,
fhnof Iho line In roils fantastic,
Till, lilt Ihlstlr jjown, tho fly
I lirhilv drop upon the wair.
ThlKtmir fnr lhf finnt .1 '.m.lttr..
A. I nfle. mid I danitie, irmiei and'al
Then I gentlv hak the tarklo,
'I1H th biirood and latal harklf
In its tempHred Jaws shnll ihncl:1
That old from, so wary (rmwn.
Now J strike him: Joy rv stHtlrl
SfH in rii lO ftlllA l.um a.-r..!...! In !
So I snjfle, so I dsnjle, all alone.
Then when jrrnws tha sun too fervent,
And the lurking- fronts, ohwrvaiit.
fsv to me: "Your humble servant!
Now we ee your ttem herous hook!"
Maud, at If br batsrdrtnly,
KHtllitm. rlnn Ihn .utv.wuw al..l.
While 1 anfc-lp, there to dangle with her book.
Then somehow the r"d reposes.
And th'"' b'mW no pnue uriro.i.
But I rnd ihelenvesof roses
Thst unfold upon her rheek:
And her small bond, white and tender,
Il't. in lllln. Ah n-h.l ...n mnj
Thus to rlriiifcr ie while 1 ang-le! t'lipid, .peak!
Congregation of London Church.
Tim M. James's (iiiirtt ot .Imio 1't
lllllililir A (PI1SIIS of t ll Ofn Terra lion
of all Uik city of London churcbrs and
chapel, taken on tlio morning of iSun
iIhv. he 1st of May. It (bows that, in
eluding M. Paul's Cathedral, there are
in Uin city b.l cliuri'hPH, witii (catiu?
accnnimotl.itioni for 32,455 worship
pijrn, of whom only b,7i'l were prceent
when thorensiiN wai taken, where as
the If. idi.ipels, with accommodation
for !. -!'' wor-hippon. had conirreii-
tinM niiniiiiiting in tbe ofrgrrgate to
4,'W. Soino tf the church congregn
Imjds vre liiilierniHly siunll. rbns,
at M. Liiiitaii-iii-tlir.a,$t, the nuinhnr
of jieistnn present, excluding u&kial.'i
U'I poor at teuding for nilinf, wn only
4; antt at St. Ni' hola's, Cole Abbey,
with the same tleductions, only 'i. At
St. Andrew's. Marv Axe. of which thu
I'.isliop Hodfoid is tho iticumlent, tho
entire congregation consisted of 145
ncrMJu. ot whom 41 were onic als anil
their families and wdiool children, the
income of this parish being '2, 1X) a
year. At St. Hotolph'a Hi.-hotxgate.
the I!v. lini-'ei.s is. dccorilinj' to
the Clergy LiM, paid X'l,ti60 a year for
niiniMteriug to a congregation wincu,
on m 1st of iIav, was without omcials
mid poor.onlv li in number, ami the
Rev. W. II. lit:kinnju, who receives
Jtl..r' per annum, rejoices in a con
grcgalion which with thu ctme detluc-
Uons, numbers Tho total sum paid
to th Ij-iii.lrin imroi'liinl I'lorfrv is sr.
cording to tbo clergy Directory, I'll,.
014 per annum. .
A Ely Old Ooon.
A somewhat rpinarkrilile atrn c nf tha
strength of a small animal is told by a
young man namou tteorge JUartin, who
lives in JoUV'tson county, near the Old.
ti mil eiinntir tine, nn tha rirar ,r.,t IT
says that very frequently of late bo has
noticed quite n number of bis liens and
other fowl mining. He thought at
first that they foiina their way off the
roost into tho bands of some of tha
nnin'lihorinir nenwos. nnrl nnn iiirrlit.
(letoimitied to watch. He remained up
ull night, but nothing put in tin appear,
ance, and his fowls remained undis
turbed. Some of his neighbors were
troubled in tbe same manner, and they
at leugth came to tho conclusion that ft
was a coon or fox that was doing the
mischief. Mr. Martin et a amalfatoel
trap in the entrance of his chicken
house and left a small hole just over it,
eo any animal paasiug through would
have to step in it. The trap was fast,,
enod to a ton-pound weight by a strong
string, be thinking it would be strong
enough to hold any animal that would
stop Into it. In the morning, when he
awoke, he found the trap lying soveral
feet away from the coop, with part of
the string attached. Some animal had
got fast in it, broken thu string, and
by aoiue means ecapu and left the
trap behind. Tho next night he put a
stronger trap in the opening, and fas
tened it to the weight with an Iron
chain. When he went to look iu the
movuiug, both the trap and weight
woro gmie. He did not know what to
ma ko of this, anil supposed that some
one had stolen it, but be happened to
look up into a largo tree that stood in
the yard and saw something tangled in
tho limbs. Upon closer inspection it
proved to be a largo coon, with tbe
trap aud weight attached. The coon
had become fastened in the trap, and,
being unable to extricate himself, had
pulled it niter bitu to tho tree, and
climbed up among the branches. This
seems somewhat remarkable, but Mr.
Martin, who is n very reliable man,
vouches (or thoslory.-i.ollitt!'1t'C'ttf
ttr ioun.fw -
DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; SATURDAY MORNING, -JULY 30. 1881.
A Fool One Mora
"For ten years my wife waa confined to
I I 1 f.L , .
ucr ueu wua suca a complication of ail
ments that no doctor could tell what was
tno matter or cure her, and I used up a
small fortune in humbug stuff. Six months
ago I saw a l 3. flag with Hop Bitters on
u, una i iiiougnr, i would he a fool once
mole. I tried it, but my Jolly proved to be
wisdom. Two bottles cu.cd her, she is now
as won and strong as any man's wife, and
it cost mo only two dollars. Such folly
tt ri r . ... .. ... ,
yujs. ii. ., ietrou, nucn. rrte l'ress
The Doefn'tl Itiaurrtv.a
As to tho best methods and remedies, tor
4.1 it .
uiu cure oi constipation and disordered
liver and kidneys. Hut those that have
usea Kidney-Wort, agree that it is by far
tbe best medicine known. - Its action is
prompt, thorough and lusting. Don't take
pills and other mercurials that poison the
system, but by using Kidney-Wort restore
4 1, . , .... i
mo umurm net ion oi a t in nrini om
Motile l' ' Motliei-iilf MntboilM
w . v a U f AA Vtllt I n . .
Are VOU disturbed lit l-irrl.r ami I If-. 1 1 All
of your rest by a sick child suffuring and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teetb f If so, go at once and get a bottle of
Mrs.. Winuloui'a S.L..H.;.,.. c.... T. .. :ii
" ."'111111 njiuy, ii will
relieve tbo poor little sutlerer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who baa ever used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like msgic.
It is perfectly safe to use in all csecs, and
pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest aud best female
physicians and nurses in the Ifniteri si...
Hold every where. 25 cents a bottle.
A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY.
For th ftDftPflv r.Hi'P fif rnnDnmntinn ottA
all diseases that lead to it. such rh stubborn
coughs, neglected colds, bronchitis, hay
fever, asthma, pain in the side and chest,
dry hacking cough, tickling in the throat,
hoarseness, sore throat, and all chronic or
lingering discuses of tbe throat and lungs,
ui. ivings .ew uisco very lias no equal
and has established for itself a world-wide
reputation. Many leading physicians
recommend and use it in their
The formula from which it is prepared is
highly recommended by oil medical jour
nals. The clerL'V and the nress have com.
plimented it in the most flow! riff fpriMQ
Go to your druggist and get a trial bottle
free of cost, or a regular size for $1. For
sale by Geo. E. O'Hara, Druggist, Cairo,
The Science of Kisaing.
Science in tbe last fuw years has
gained a terrible fooling in the world,
ft has rattled the dry bone of fogy ism,
made pi out of worn-out theories, up
set ideas which have been established
for centuries. The latest ami most as.
tonishing fact tliat has been developed
is that there is a scientific mode of kiss
ing. The day when a young man can
grab a girl around tbo neck and gobble
a kiss ui a rottoh but comfortably man
nor is past. The time, when he could
circle her waist with one arm, get bis
shirt-bosom full of bait-oil. and piro
qkV.'tie his lips over every square inch of
her cotinle uauco is no more. Science
has proclaimed against it, and man
shudders but remains silenL The old
style of kissing, which sounds like
tearing a clop-board otfa smoke-house,
is now considered bad taste, and, con
sequently, going out of fashion, al
though the majority of the girls admit
that .-cieiico hits dMroyed all tho com
forts of a long, lingering, heart-thrilling
kiss, and this fact cutisos them to
express no littlu regret. The improved
scivnlih'e method ol kissing is to throw
the right, hi m languidly around tbo
fair one's shoulder, lilt bur chin up un
til her f ieri is pointed at an tingle of
seventy degrees or rather tintilit has
an a pe i re-em ding the bowsprit of a
clii'ie!-'tii!i .-loop. Then stoop sofily
and griie about her lips, in a quiet,
BiuMon son a way, tickle her uoso
with our i -taeli" until she cries
"Oucb!M Ibis is scientific kissing;
hut there is m rousolatiou in it noth
ing to make a man feel like as if a
couple of galranio batteries were gal
loping nloug bis spinal column. U is
Hat, lukewarm: it lack substance, and,
if not tale, it is at least uuprolilablo.
Ycfw Oi''Ois Tr'itiri,
Peace to His Ashes.
Not long tdnce (jus Do Smith took a
Mroll through the Austin graveyard.
When he came out of the graveyard he
looked very ncrious.
Gilhooly ieeting him askod him
what was tbo matter.
"Nothing, only I was thinking that
the Austin liusband must light all the
fires in the mornings."
"What, makes you think so?"
"Well, I see so many of them are
burned to deal!.. I noticed on three
or four tombstones Teaoe to his ash
i " 'i . ..... v:ri: .
- t o.i, .r.T o i r r,T,
The Pweitful Kangaroo.
Lamb like as is the face of the kan
garoo, tender and soft as are his eyes,
he is by no moaus as gentlo as he looks,
says the London f?o6f. Llko the
heathno Chinee, his countenance belies
him. and there ate fnw more exciting
and withal dangerous (.ports than kan
garoo shooting. To tho hunter seeking
for some new sensation, a visit to the
wilds of Australia in search of kanga
roos can be recommended. It requires
a fleet horse to run nn "old roan" down
it hsgetJ a fair chance to show tail;
ami strong, well-trained doj to tackle
him whon brought iu bay. Inside his
soft, dewy lips am strong, formidable
teeth, which can bite severely. His
forepsws, weak as they aoem, can lilt a
dog high In air and crush him to death;
while, when lying down, bis favorite
fighting attitude, ho can kick with his
powerful hind leg In a manner that,
rapidly clears a circle round him; ami
won betide thn man or dog that comes
within reach of those huge claws, which
can make a Mesh wouud deep enough
to maim the one or kill the other. Of
course, we here npeuk of the groat,
kangaroo, the boomer, or old man, of
the colonists. As a matter of fad,
there are some thirty difl'nrent kinds of
kangaroos Inhabiting various putts of
Australia, ami one species peculiar to
New Guinea. They vary in m1,d from
the liny barn kangaroo' of South Aus
tralln, the most agile of its kind, which
is but little larger than a rabbit, to the
several giant spocles, whether black,
red, brown or gray, Homo of which
aUtnl uearlv six fsol hljh. v
A good Htory is told of I'echter. tho
iieior: Tho great effect in a piece in
which lie was placing was the crossln"
of a ship over the stage, the waves be"
ing due to the heads of a dozen small
boys working about tinder tho canvas
oooau. Hm one night, ns tho ship
carno gliding across the stage, with
l echteras its cat)tain standing in the
prow, there, in the midst of tho waferv
waste, stood a small boy. The eyes of
tbo audience were upon him, and the il
lusions of tbe stage were about to give
way, when Fecbter shontfl.l, "Man
overboard!" and, reaching out over the
waters as the ship sped on its way, he
seized the urchin bv tho shoulder and
lifted him over the bulwark into tho
- How "Sarah" Got Some Wood Out.
Occasionally, yes, very often, a wom
an is more than a match for n mn
A farmer who was living in the out
skirts of New Haven was in a fnirn- fo
get his farm work along, and went out
into mo Held with his boys and hired a
man. entirely overlook hit tl,a fnot tvnt
the last stick of wood in the woodpile
n'i ijucu ournea to get tne breakfast.
Raging hungry the force came in at
noon. The COOii wife hnd tbo fihlo
set with all tho taste of which she was
mistress, and it reallv looked invitimr
but there was no dinner upon it. "Sal
lan, wnere s tne dinner? ' inquired the
farmer somewhat anxiously. "I don't
know w hether it is done or'not. There
was no wood for a fire, ho I h oner it. in
the warmest nlaee f enulH tin!? ft'
on the ladder ot tbo south side of the
house." Tho whole force was detailed
at chopping wood that afternoon.
Why He Couldn't.
"I have Stood thin in-I, n Inmr no f
can!" exclaimed a citizen as he entered
a Woodward avouuu grocery.
"h I sent our rroods over nn
"Well. then, discharon that oVimr
Either that or I'll never trade another
lollar with you.
"I shall bo sorry to lose vour ens.
"Then you won't discharge him?M
"Alas! no! on tho contrary I must
even raise his wages. Fact is, ho is
entraired to no less t.lmn twnntr.air
cooks on the Cass farm, aud if the firm
above lure him away 1 lose twenty-six
customers. Ah! sir, be moderate
bear with wa overlook sume delin
quencies on account of the situation in
wuion i am piacea. vcrrotc rrte
I I est.
The Southern Pig.
One ought to see what tho ground
work of all this pork business is.
wild hog down 8.111th is a wonderful
creation to a northerner, who is accus.
tonii'dtosee hoirs so fat thatlheycau
t ti ii. start. . .
naruiy uiiik. ueii. i rton'l know
iney can wain nere, out tnoy can run.
See one broadside to, and you would
thiuk it weighed two hundred and fifty
rounus, our, lei a turn aoout head on.
and it looks like a strip of sheet iron
stood upon the edge. Nearly all tha
live ones I saw were black, and about.
as thin as a board, but whon it cama to
annihilating space, I could see how
they were made so thin. The air of
fers no more resistance to them than
tub of lard does to a cheese knife.
I saw one run along by tho side of
the railroad track, keeping up with tho
train ior aoout a ouauer ot a muo.
when he suddenly thought that he
would show us how he could run when
be was so lueliued, ond, gathering him-
son tip, lie oat-tod along by the car.
overtook the tend"!, gamed a Ian on
tbe engine, and crossed tho track
ahead of it, and ran into the woods.
If ho had kept that gait until we got
mi-o nsntngiojj. no woiihi nave been
half-wov thVoiifrh Alaska. Probably
no. to ma carrier nisrcons. the south
ern wild hog is tho swiltest bird in tho
world. U cll'Ut Journal.
mm . f. .
assar has one smart girl who will
in tbe hereafter be hoard of in women's
right. societies. She described "straw"
as being a hollow thing with a 10-cent
man on one end of it and a JO-ccnt
drink on tho other end.
THfe ONLY MEDICINE
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UTSI WIM, TBI lomisl
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otmtnt coj4 or forilif. m imunnmu
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mai inouiao nptuitt naturally,
WILL SURELY CURE
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DISEASES, rr.M ALE WEAKMFSSEH,
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