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TholeadluK fklftiUma ol lo-uay aitrw that moat
uiaeaaee ore 'au-t hv (Woriier-1 Klliicy or 1-1 v.
r. II, tlieiflori!, tbe Kidiinv anil Llviir ar kept in
ooneci orni-r, parieci nealiu will Du cue remit
I trutb ban only heun known a abort time and
for reare people a 'ifTered eruat aifony without txi-
Insaliln to Hud rullnl.
Tlie fllMwvery Of Warner a
Hate Kidney and I.lvcr Cure uiHrku
lire uiHrku a uw it In
tha treatment of thiieo trouble. Mftriu from
lmple troplr.al loaf ol ram valhc:, It contain Juxt
the vlcmuuui nceepeary to oonrlah and invigorate
both of Ibcae gruat orgnne, and eafuly n-atoro and
kmp them In oritur. It l a fUHITl VK It KM KDY
for all too dlMtaaea that eauao naloa In the lower
part of the body lor Torpid l.lver llwulachee
JaundlM DfaMHifew 4iravel -Ptivnr. Agna Mela
Jlal Fvver. and all dlfflculllii of tho Kidneys, Liver
and L'riuery Urbane.
It loan excellent and aefc remedy for female dur
ing Pregnancy . It will control Mermtmation and
la luvaluabla for I.e corrhu-a or lalllng of tbe
Aa a Hlood I'urinYr it la uiiequaled, for It curtta
the urbane tbat make tb blood.
"II eavi-d my (n."K. II. Uki.ly.NHma, AU
"It la tbe remedy that will euro tliu many ilia
eaare peculiar to w.nien." Mother a Mai?axlu.
"Ir haa paaaed aevere tl and won endorse
meuU from a'line of the biL'heat inodlcal talent Id
the rouulry." New York World.
"No remedy heretofore dlaeovured ran I bi ld
for one moment In romparioon with It. " lv. C.
A. llarvry, I) I)., Washington, I). C.
Thla Remedy, whlrh haadone aucb wond.'ra. ia
put np In tbe LAK'iKHT NIZRD ROTTI.KS of any
medicine upon the market, and la aold by dru?Kial
aod all dealer at Jir, wr bottle. Kor Iliahrti-,
eoitilr! for WAKNKK'H SAKK I'M AIIKTES Cl'HK
II. II WAUNKK t CO., Korbeater, N, Y.
MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAM!
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
The rvwttt Cure
For all Female Complaints.
TM preparathia. u IU Bam atirnifln, emaiat ot
Vegetable prvpwttr that an barmiM to the mom 4ei
Icaulnralld. Upon one trial tlx merit or thia Oom
aoBdwUlbivatnuaMi.aanuef la ImnwdUUi and
ha IU oaa la eoaUnunt, In nln7 n'Jie eaar In a haa.
rd, a pwnaanent rur L ffft-lwt a .hcwatn'la 1H u
(if7. on awwint of IU pro menu. It la to-day r
eoouModMl aad pnwrltxxi by the baai phyoclaoa la
II will cure entirely H won tnm of falling
of the ntertin, Iqeorrbo, Irrnrul" and painful
KanatrwUoB.aUOraiiaaTmnhtM, InlUmmatlno and
nrerattoa, rklloa, all PUiOaommU and the eon
nqoant apmal weakwaa, and la (epeeUUy adapted M
the Chant of Ufe. It will dlaanle and expel tiunnra
Iron In Bteruatnan early aUa of deTelopment. Th
tondmtoauMWOuahurnonthera'to ebecked very
IpeedUy by It nae.
la fact It haa pmred V be tha Tat
eat and beat moody that haa vnv bwa duconr
d. It permeate every portion of the eyatem, and givM
Bewllfeaadvler. It remove falntwea.flatuleiiry, da
atroy all eimvlnf lor etlmulauU, aad relievo weakneai
I th atomach
KeureaBloeUnc, HwnVteha, Nervooa rrnrtratlon,
General DeblUty, BiwpleanMva, Pepreaaien and Indl
CMtloa. That frUn of beartnf dan, caualsf pala.
wlM and backache, I alwaya permanently cured by
It oaa. It wtllat all time, and under all clrrumetaa
e, art In harmony with the law that overu the
For EldnerConplalntanf either aex thia compound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
ti prepared at W and W Weater Avenue, tynn. Maaa.
price $1.00. 811 bnttlxfor lAOO. Bent by mail In the
lormof pUhalanlntheform of Lnaeniree, on receipt
of price, $100. per box. for either. Mr. PINiHAM
freely anawera all kttera of Inquiry. Bend for pam
thick Addreaaaaabove MnUrm tku paper.
Ho family ahoiild be without LYDIA B. PINK HAM'
LiVR PILLS. They cur Conatlpatlon, BUiouaoeat
aadTorpldltTef theUver. cenU oer boa.
KOK HAI.K BY DKt'dOIHT.S.
RICHARDSON & CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Wholeaale ai-euta for LYDIA K. IMNKHAM
To Ncrvoui Hull'erers-Tlio Great Kurojican Rrn.
dv-Hr.J. B. Klnipsnn'aSiMM ltlr. Medlelne.
Dr J. B. Slmpann'a Specific Medicine la a pnai
live cure forf permatiirrhea, Iniiiolency, Weak nine
and all dlaeaaea reanlllnu (rom Welf-Ahuae, aa Ner
vona Debility, Irritability. Mental Anxiety, Uncm,
latitude, ftepreaalon ofNplrllaanil rnnrtlmial do
ranaement or tho Nurvtma Hyatem ucuerally Tain
i if.rknrHl.ln. Loaaof Memory, rremattire Ob!
Ago and diaeaaea
that lead to Con
ty and an early
grave, nr both.
Jio matter bow
ayatcm may he
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K A. Burnett Cairo Illlnola "
It is a mistake to assume that a ro
by another name would smell as wheat,
He Wanted to Die.
Douglass, the murderer of Alici
Eiirp, under sentence of doath at Vir
ginia, Montana, recently expressed bis
willingness to dio, and in order that he
rniht note the flight of his rernnininj
hours of life, be induced the sheriff lo
lfit him have a clock in his cell. It soon
stopped running. Pxamination showed
that the condemned man had taken off
about ten inches of tlio main spring, to
bo used for a saw. and had tnken other
parts of the mechanism. He was then
ironed. S'i Lake Tribune.
Esthetic Boston Tata to Drinking Beer.
Tho I lanr.licr nays beer is fxst ije'-
tin;; to b the family drink of Puritanic
ItoDton, and the Iwer-waon only dif
fers from tho milk-cart in that ono
omes weekly and the other daily.
Both are equally common on tho
streets. In fornvryears many families
bought their beer regularly and had it
delivered, out they would never let the
beer-wagon stop in front of tn-ir houses.
It might slo: in front of the neighbor's
or anywhere it pleased, while the driver
delivered his goods, but their reputa
tion to bo endangered by a beer-cart,
The margins ar small, but the btiri
nens, like most of its neighbors, has
reached hard pan. One great source
of loss is the waste in bottles. AU
dealers have to trust these out and as
junk men willingly pay fifty or sixty
cents a dozen for them many are lost.
Two dozen liottles and rack are worth
about $2.50. If two or three bottles
are inLwd, all the margin for profits is
gone. One firm lose something like
$5,000 a year in this way. A great im
provement in lager bottlos is the pa
tent stopper now usod; this saves the
cork, is easy to work, and has the merit
of cheapness. Bottlers buy them by
the gross, ami have the glass manufac
turers put them ou the bottles. A sim
ilar invention for tonic bottlei would
make somebody's fortune.
A Btii.iger'B Advioe,
Some time siuce a Detroiior went to
Arkansas to look up some property
left by will, and in his wanderings he
put up'one night with a farmer who had
not much to brag of in the way of a
house. There was ono big room with
a garret above, and when it came bed
time the Detroiter was packed away
tinditr tlie roof. While he bad met with
no adventures worth recording, he
knew that he was in a section where
every man is expected to look out for
himself. Therefore, before going to
sleep, ho put his revolver under his pil
low and mado up his mind what to do
in an emergency. About mi'lnight
tho emergoncy arrived. The Wolver
ine heard some one in his room, and
lie reasoned that robbery and murder
could bo tho only excuse. Out came
the revolver and ho blazed away at a
dim ligure until ho had tired six bul
lets, v After the last one a voice in
quired: 'Stranger, havo you got through
Who is it, and what do you waut?"
demanded the stranger.
"It's me," replied the farmer. "The
old woman's got the tooth-ache till she
can t rest, and I come to ask ye (ur a
pinch of that tine-cut tobackor as a
remedy. I was just going to speak
when yo blazed away with yer popgun-'
'And I might have killed you!"
"Yes, about one chance in a million.
Say, stranger, lot mo gin ye a piece of
"Trade that pop-gun off for a fifteen
cent drink and buy ve a knifo. Whon
ye hit with a knifo the splinters has got
lo fly, but when ye begin shootin' with
irich irons as that ye are apt to spile all
tho old woman's red peppers or shoo.
yer own thumbs oil. The fellors around
here have boon poppin' away at me fur
three years back, and the only damage
they ever did was to knock a hind but.
Ion off my coat. Detroit Free Press.
It was to make him "the right kind
of a boy" that a fathor In Newark, O.,
subjected his son to a discipline that
borders dangerously near diabolism.
The stick 1 put on his tongue," said
ho on the trial of the ease, "was a flat
hickory stick, an inch wide, and ono
fourth of an inch thick. I split it hack
over half way, put an ordinary carpet
tack in the top part of the stick, had
him put his tongue in, and pressod
down with my thumb and linger, and
he pulled his tongue out. I put It on
neveral times. 1 punished him in this
way to niaUo uu impression on his
DAILY 0A1RO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 10, 1881.
There Is at present a great exodus of
tourists from this country, as well as
nn unusual Influx of immigrants from
Europe. Should Atlantic travel In
crease hereafter In like ratio, that
ocean will become a thoroughfare equal
to the railroads, oven if not, as an en
thusiust lately exclaimed, "Carrying as
many gazers over the waters, as there
are fisn in the waters." And what
strange fish sometimes float over the
surface! Scene on Atlantic steamer,
Boston bound, season, January, 1878.
Passengers scarce thirty. Among thotn
is a well-dressed, relined, hut silcut
gentleman, unknown to all the rest.
Curiosity at lust asserts herself. A gal
lant prompted thereto by half a dozen
of the fair sex, accosts our taciturn
passenger in his deck promenade.
"Passed you in London." "Ah!"
"Moist climate." 4,Yes. Bricks have
to be sprinkled when I lay them in our
dry climate, no need of it there." Ex
eunt both in opposite directions, the
silent man restored to himsulf, the in
terlocutor to the ladies, (ireat discus
sion among the latter ensues concern
ing the discovery of the "inco's" pro
fession. Ten days elapse. Land an
nounced. A second attack on our
quiet knight of the trowel is planned
ami executed. "Good morning, sir."
"Wood morning." "Pardon me, did I
understand that you are a brick-layer?"
"Yes, I lay bricks," was the polite
answer of the mysterious man, bowing
as be passed on, leaving his interroga
tor more puzzled than ever. .Screams
of laughter soon followed at tho other
end of the dock, and evidently the ad
ditional discovery had wrought an un
usuul commotion among the passen
gers, all assembled to hear the result
of the colloquy. Train approaching
Baltimore. The silent man and the in
qtiiriitive both on board. Train halts
at a staiiou. An elegant carriage
awaits the former, who busies himself
ahout his baggage. The inquisitive
asks the colored footman, who had
grinned a hearty welcome to his mas
ter: "Please tell me, mv man, whnt
does this gentleman do?" "Do! He's
beeu gwyen ou a journey, sau." "Yes,
but be said ho was a brick-layer."
"What dat! He mind his own business.
Uu build many brick houses on his
'state, but he don't do it himself, no
more dan you, sail, lie ex-governor of
Maryland, and got a mighty big prop
erty, but he neber talk about it. It
don't turn his bead. He keeps his
mouth shut tii;bt as an oyster aud his
head as level as a biscuit-board."
:' A sailor was recently brought before
a magistrate for beating his wife, when
the magistrate attempted to reach his
heart by asking him if he did not know
that his wife was the "weaker vessel?'
"If she Is she ought not to carry so
much sail," replied Jack.
Papa was at his toilet, and his
youngest daughter, aged six, who Lad
found her way into his dressing-room,
was watching the progress of his shin
ing razor with the keenest intere-t.
Presently her elder sister came in
search of her, urginsr. "You must come
away. May, while Papa is shaving."
"I guess not." retorted the little wit,
iiuckly; "I can stay, cause in his lit-
State Senator Burton, colored, of
Port Bend county Texas, is estimated
to bo worth f!0,000. He is art educat
ed man. While a slave in Virginia lie
was taught reading and writing by his
mistress. She was made very poor du
ring the war and he showed his appre
ciation of her instruction in former
dajs by supporting her in adversitv un
til de:ith. On her daughter's wedding
day bo sent her a $1 ;HR) check. The
whole of his property has been acquired
Tuk highest hopes and interest of the
race rot ou the purity, health and strength
of womanhood. We take pleasure in refer
ring our readers to the remarkable eilicacv
"if Lydia tl. Pinkham's Vegetablo Com
pound in all that class of diseases from
which women suffer so much.
We have no nervous tonic at once so
reliable and convenient as Fellow's Syrup
of Hypophosphitcs, and we, therefore, glad
ly recommend it in the diseases of such or
gans as depend for health upon involunta
ry muscular action.
M others ! Mothers ! ! Mothers ! ! !
Are you disturbed at eight and broken
of your rest by a Bick child suffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? It so, go at once and get a bottle ot
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the 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 tell you
at once that it will regulate the liowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly sate to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, and is tho prescrip
tion of one of the oldest aud best fctnalo
physicians and nurses in tho United States.
Sold everywhere. 2.1 cents a bottle.
Ko Matter What llaiqieiis
You may rest assured that you are Bafe iu
being Bpocdily cured by Thomas' Eclcctric
Oil in all cases of rheumatism, neuralgia,
toothache, etc. Ono trial only is necessary
to prove its efficacy. Paul O. Schuh, Agent,
1tiiM)iiv:is of men. women aud children
rescued from beds of pain, sickness and
almost death and made tdrong aud hearty
by Parker s Uinger louic Bre the best evi
dences in the world of its sterling worth
You can find these in every community
Post. See advertisement.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, lever sores,
ettcr. charmed hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinHa ,.f akin enintions. This salve IS
aTUarantfli-d tn n-iva nerferfc satisfaction in
very case or money refunded. Trice, 25
conts per box. por sale by Giso. E. OTUuA
A Good Square Meal .
Is too often followed by a disordered sunn-
sen, symptoms of dyspepsia ot indigestion.
Every misorabl dyspeptic in tho land
should know that he can bo cured by
timely use of Burdock Blood Bitttra.
Price 1.00, trial size 10 cents.
INMMvMl I nHNMII 1 1 II I tMMWv t I M 1 1 SeMMMMIt I IHMvlHi
IliM litMWHt a a a . ee)
ttetfeea ee e e
! , , (ae Meaje eIM
MMfMltJ IN. ilIMM llHlll,ii,llliHlMHI
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1 H..M .
1 1 1 a i eeeea ai
Used to Hiiys : "Boys, if vour blood is out
of order try Burdock tea;" and then they
had to dig the Burdock and boil it down
In kettles, making a nasty, smelling decoc
tion; now you get all the curative proper
ties put up in a palatable form in Burdock
Blood Uitters. Price 1.00, trial size 10
A Liberal Offer.
Wagner & Co. Michigan Ave. & Jackson
St. Chicago, oiler to send Electric Belts,
Bunds, etc., for the cure of Nervous Debili
ty and other diseases, free, for examination
and trial before purchasing. These Elec
tric Devices are the invention of Dr. D. A.
Joy, of the University of Michigan, and are
claimoq to be the only Electric Devices or
Appliances lor the cure ot diseases that
have yet been constructed upon scientific
principles. See their advertisement in this
A Baptist Minister' Experience.
I am a Baptist minister, aud before I
even thought of being a clergyman, I
graduated in medicine, but left a lucrative
practice for my present profession. 40 years
ago. I was for many years a sufferer from
quinsy; "Thomas' Eclcctric Oil cured me."
1 was also troubled with hoarseness, and
Thomas' Eclcctric Oil always relieved me.
.My wile and child had diptheris, and
"Thomas Eclednc Oil cured them," anil if
taken in tune it will cure seven times out ot
ten. I am confident it is a cure for the
most obstinate cold or cough, and if any
one will take a small teaspoon and half till
it with the Oil, and then place tho end of
the spoon iu one nostril and draw the Oil
out of the spoon into the head by win Ding
as hard as they can until tho Oil falls over
into the throat, and practice that twice a
week, I don't care how offensive their head
may be, it will clean it out ami cure their
catarrh. For deafness ami earache it has
done wonders to my certain knowledge. It
is the only medicine dubbed patent medi
cine that I have ever felt like recommend
ing, and I am very anxious to see it in every
place, for I tell you that I would not be
without it in my house for any considera
tion. I am now fluttering with a pain like
rheumatism in my right limb, and nothing
relieves me like Thomas' Eclcctric Oil.
Dr. E. F. Ciiane, Corry, Pa.
Use the Pantagraph Binder. Covers furn
ished free of charge. No extra charge
over ordinary binding for the tablets.
Furnished only by Thk Caiko Bulletin
for putting up Letter, Note, Bill Heads and
other printed stationery.
DR. FLAGG'S .
INSTANT PAL RELIEF
Id a wonderful and Immediate cure for all acboi
IVCbeutiiatieni, Neuralgia, Headache. Ear
ache, Cute, Drtiieea, Sprain, etc.
Sold at all braggl'ia.
Wbolcf ale depot (8 John St. N. V.
Send for circular.
OPENED JUNE FIRST.
It It aitaatcdin Pone Countj. Illinois. In a aonr
of the Ozark Monntaini, half way between Vienna
and Oolconda. Ita
Surroundings are Delightful
AIR COOL AND BRACING,
TCK IN ABUNDANCE. The table Is spread
X with all the dnllcaciea of tho eeaaon. The
water are mineral, appotlaing and health elvine,
aun tneir nenenciui euecia are ion immediately.
d. k. bkuwn, 1'toprietor.
L DMINISTRATOR'8 SALE.
Public notice la hereby elveu that Iu tiiirauaiice
or an order ana decree mauo ana entered lo and !J
the county court of Alexander county, atato of llli
noli, atthe.lune term thereof, A. D.. 1HH1. Inacer
tain canae wherein Jacob K'Kgle aa administrator
ol iu oeiaie ot v imam m. Atnerloli, neceaaed,
wfta plaintiff. and Juda Atbcrtnu, rrancla I). Ather
ton, Tboniaa J. Lrali', Maria .1. Rlccle, Krancia M.
Atlirt"ii.Hebecca J. Atherton, ller.ekiah M. Ath
ertou, I-nlii .1. Athertou, William J. Atherton,
Tboniaa I). Atherton, Elisabeth Wlrkcr, KltlatiM.
feeler, Klleu Yomiii, Nmilh Yonni!, Praueia
Young, ilamiis M . Cralu, Kmma Cralir, Alice (. rait,
Mary 1'raiu, Klz'ria Fined. John Godwin
Joaupb (lodwln and i'homaa J. Craig;, guardian of
Lulu J. ana wtiuam J . Atherton, were aeienaanta,
I, theuuderaltned, aaiuch adminlxtratoraforeaald,
will proi erd to anil the aoiith naat quarter of the
eonth we-t quarter nr section nnmner twenty-air
('iti)and the went half of the north cart quarter and
theraat half of the north weat quarter of acctlon
number thirty-flve i.Vo, all Ir township number
rmneii (l.'i)eoi:tb ranire number mod), weatortbo
the third principal meridian, In Alexander
r.ountT, atato of Illinois, on Thuredny, September
Brat 1SHI, at eleven o'clock In the foi.iuOfli. at the
railroad station houao In "Ilorigee Park," In paid
county. The terma of eale are one-half caah down
aud the other hall In ono year with alx percent In
tereat, aecuredhy note and inortcane on p'nmiaea
old. And at the aame time and place, tlie under
alRned aaauch admlnlatralor. will aoll at public
anlc the following doacrlhed lota In tho town of
"Oodijiia Park," In aaid county, namely: Lot num
ber aevon (7) In block number fnar (4); lota num
ber four and alx (4) and (HI In block number Ovo
(5); lota number (our (4) acrt
eight (H) In block number alx
(ii); lota numhera eljlit(H) and ten M0), In block
number euven (7): lot numhut eight (S) In block
number fourteen (14); lot number aevcu (7) in
block numher nftcen (15); lot number ona (')
and three (:l In block nnmber leventeen; lot num
ber (lve(M In block number twenty ouo (ill)! lot
number six ( In block number twenty two (22). In
purauanre of a decree and order of (aid couutycourt
madeandontnrnlatthe Julytiirm thoreof, A, D.,
iHHfl, in a certain caae wberoln the aame partlea
above named were plaintiff and dorendanta, Bald
lota to bo aold tin the am term at above (pool
fled, exoept where the aale I for a nm not ex
ceeding ten dollar ; tha aame moat be paid al tha
tlmeof the pnrchaao, Hald tales are to bo made
for the purpoio ol paylug loSta of the said eatate.
Jnlyifl, 1881. ' AdmtuUtrater, tc.
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EHEUMATLSM, COUGHS AND
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Sold by all Druggists. PRICE 50 cents and $1.00.
Oo to PAUL G. SCHUH, Druggist, Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Freemans' New National
Dyes. For brightness and durability of color are unequalled. Color from 2 to 5
pounds, price 15 cents.
Used and approved by the leading
CIANS of EUROPE and AMERICA.
The most Valuable
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Conghi, Colds, Sore Throat, Cronp and
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For sale by C. W. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Assurance Society of the United States.
The Equitable Life Assurance Society was the first to in
TONTINE SAVINGS FUO ' POLICY,
And thereby to popularize life
W. N. CRAINE, General Manager for Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, and the
Territories, 168 Dearborn Street, Chicago.
E, A. BURNETT, A?ent,
Cjrner Twelfth 7SW and Washington Ave., Cairo, Illinois
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