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For all Female Complaints.
ThlM preparation, u It nam atxnlnra, romtfU o(
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loUauiTaUd. V'0 one trial tli mTlta of thla Com
poond vUl ti rveuviuaad, aa relief I lmmwlUw and
whan ltuai.li"ontlrnil, In ninety nlnca In a nun.
drd.aprntAnitetirt,tifTwr'1,iiiithoiiuntli wilt tfr
ttfy. On account of IU proton mprlL, It In tA-day r
aommen4Nl and prtaorlld I j tho hett phyilclana La
It will eura entirely the won form of falling
of thm otrnu, fourorrhu. Irretrular and painful
Kautraatlon.ailOTartAaTruutjlea, Inflammation and
dotation, Flnodlrura, all Illacment and the con
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frwn lbs atmutnan arly utatfo of drr nmirnt. TU
tcodrocy toeajiornatamorUr I checked, very
f peedlly by lu on.
la fact It lial prnrM In be th Croat
91 and beat rrmrdy that haa erar bmo dlacorer
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bw life and rliror. ltrrmoveafnlntnnaa.natulrnry.de
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(a cure Bloating, Hxadacheii, SVnrout Prnatratlon,
OenaraJ DebUltT.RleepleanneM, IVprrMlon and Indl
ffeatloo. That fllii of bearing down, raining- pain,
wtlfbt aad beekaen, la alwajm jirniianentljr cured by
ttaoae. It will at all tlni, andumtcrdl clrcunutan
ca, art In harmonjr with tbe law that vorernf Uie
female a ynV-m.
for Kidney Comjilalnli uf iMur an tlibt roiupvana
i una urpaaied,
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Tlio Hasty I'mMing club of Hai vat J
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Tho iiototioiii Jo.sio Mansfield, whosu
association with Jarnos Fi.sk, Jr., is so
well rumemborfil, is k(i(ij)ing a gnui
liling honso in Paris.
Tho Princess of Wales having re
cently worn grnf;s or cherries in her
bonnet on public occasions, has revived
a pretty fashion.
Mr. Gladstone in reading the revised
New Testament in connection with tho
Greek text, in order to satisfy himself
a.s to the work of tho translators.
Miss Grant, a niece of the late Dean
Stanley, has much cleverness as a
sculptor. Queen Victoria has given
her an order for a bust of her unci'!.
The old 'invent in St. Augustine,
Fla., whoso building no man remem
bers, is being demolished to make room
for new structures.
Mrs. S;)tirgeiiri has distributed gratu
itously 31,3.'J2 volumes of her husband's
sermons among the moro needy clergy
man of different denominations in En
gland. Even th potato-bug is of some uso.
Franklin Russ-'ll, of Norwood, Mass.,
linds that tho bugs will color s'ueeiw
skins a beautiful Vermillion.
The poison of a bee sting may bo
forced out by pressing the barrel of a
Kiuall key firmly for a minute over tho
wound. No wound or swelling will re
sult. It is proposed to cloo tho Mabille in
Paris shortly, and to build on the name
Kite an immense variety palace, which
is to cost $1,000,000, and to be called
the Pa'ais du Rendezvous Universal.
At Garlaseo, 1'aly, ha.s been found an
ancient urn containing CM silver coins,
dating from the first Koman consul to
tho middle of tho empire, probably tho
collection of soiiio ancient numismatist,
A singular cast) hits come under tho
notion of medical men in Hamilton,
Canada, in tho death of Fred Foote, it
being found, upon a surgical examina
tion, that the back of the brain had
grown to the skull.
About 2.000 wild goats have been
kilU'd on South Catilina island, off tho
cast of California, this season. They
are hunted for their polt3, which sell at
27 cents a pallid. It is estimated that
there are about 4,000 on the island.
Tho hot earth in the vicinity of Link
ville, Oregon, is a great curiosity.
Through this earth is constantly as
cending a hot vapor, and both earth
nml vapor are strougly impregnated
with remarkable curative properties.
It is related of Mr. Spurgoon that ho
wius once addressed in tho street by a
person who, with tho briefest of Intro
ductions, called him "a very groat hum
bug." "lam only too happy, sir,"
was the preacher's reply, "to be a very
To guard against another capture
Tarix has, during tho last few years,
been groat ly fortified. St. Denis, Ver
sailles, Sevres, and St, Cloud nro also
now fully protected. Au investing ar
my, to succeed, would havo to bo threo
times croate.r thnn tho Prussian army
in 1 S70.
lu the progress of the tie drivo from
tho Tie'.an, Washington territory sotno
of tli workmen engaged upon it ran
into a den ol rattlesnakes just below
where that 'river empties into tho
Natchez. They killed 1 11, and tho boys
say lots of them got away.
A well was sunk last week inChollas
Valley, San Diego, Cab, which slruck a
vein of ice-cold water, ami lias a capa
city of 10,000 gallons per day. Tho
water is so puro chemically that a brow
cry is talked of iu tho locality named.
A child, or monster, was born lately
iu a town of South Italy. It (or he)
was of tho masculine sex, ami had two
heads, two arms, in the usual plana,
with ono hand each, a third arm rising
out of tho back, and furnished with two
hands, ono body and two feet. Tho
creaturo did not livo.
Mr. John W. Garrett, president of
the lialtimoro aud Ohio railroad, in
tends to givo tho city of Baltimore a
beautiful fountain, to cost if 20,000. Tho
gift is to 1)0 made in recognization of
tho cllicioncy of Gon. Latrobo'a Boi vico
as mayor, and ns a personal tokou of
esteem for that retiring official.
Letters from Russia dopiet a sad con
dition of things as regards tho Jowrt.'
It Is no raro occurrence, especially in
tho south, for rich Jews to bo falsely
accused of somo imaginary criruo and
their property confiscated. Tho vic
tims aro glad to escapo with their lives.
The champion bear-slayor of Calav
eras county, Oil., is James Champion.
Last week ho went into tho woods, tiod
a string to the trigger of a loaded gun,
baited tho other end of tho cord with a
delu.sivo can of honey, and thon rotlrnd
to a placo of safety. Two bears wcro
in the way when the gun wont oil. Ono
carcass weighed 900 pounds.
CAIRO B L LLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER
A new medical college is shortly to
bo established in lialtimoro by several
medical gentlemen of that citv. Tho
new college will bo distinguished for
sovoral new features, among others be
ing tho rule that only believers in the
Christian religion can become members
of tho faculty.
A Parisian piano-forte manufacturer,'
having sold his fifty thousandth piano,
Ids employees organized a fo'o in hon
or of the event. " Fifty thousand pia
nos!" says Vhmicari. "Just think
how many false notes and Btupelied
neighbors and persecuted auditors tho
words"repivsent! Atloftfllfivu million
A town near Bunny, Africa, is callod
bv tho inhabitants, tho Land of Isra
el" because there is not a single idol
in it. In another town, forty miles dis
tant, and never visited by a missionary,
tho people aro reporied to havo built a
botiKO for Christian worship which will
accommodate five hundred persons. It,
is filled every Sunday, a school-boy
fiom ono of the missionary society sta
tions reading tlio service.
Mr. Oscar Wilde is a grand nephew
on his mother's side of tho Uer. Charles
Maturin, that other sliunge Irishman
who was famous as much lit his t'eccn
tricitv as for his talcut. He will bo re
membered as tho friend of Sir Walter
Scott and of Lord Byron, as a familiar
figure in tho literary circles of their day.
It was Mr. Maturin'scustom in ids own
homo to placo a wafer on his forehead
as a token that he was in tho toils of
composition ami did not wish to Oo ad
dressed by any of the household.
Wesley Roddinir, a colored man, has
sued the city of Atlanta in damages of
$20,000. for being turned out of the
public parks by a city park superintend
ent,, who excludes colored people from
public pleasure grounds. It is credita
ble to tho people of the southern states
that prejudice to color is fading away;
uot very fast, perhaps, but it is loss
than it was a few years ago, and tho
citizens of Atlanta will bo doing quite
right to condemn the arbitrary act of
their servant, ihu park superintendent,
for in fiis particular instance the white
man doesn t seem to bo as good us the
negro, for ho has not behaved himsolf.
A British scion of a noble middle
class family came in with Gog ami
Magogwas dancing ouo evening at u
Long Branch hotel. In the course of
the evening the proprietor called him
aside and said: "Mr. , I um al
ways happy to have you iu tho parlor
and to seo you enjoying yourself, but 1
understand you wear boots with un
commonly large tackets or nails iu the
soles. Now, having somo respect for
my carpets, I must ask you to change
them.'' "My dear follow 'pon my
soul, you know, they're the only pair
Iv'e got. don't you know? But I'll
write to England for my pumps." Fact.
George's hill, tho most elevated por
tion of Fuirmount park, in Philadel
phia, is so called in memory of its for
mer owner, Jesse George, who by bis
will devoted most of his estate to be
nevolent objects. Ho tiled iu 187;i,
leaving a personal estate of $422,070,
find the executor's were directed, afLer
paying the spec-hie legacies, to make
distribution according to their discre
tion. Up to this time they have paid
to charitios and nubile institutions
$427,000, and have given over 95,000
to almoners located over tho city for
distribution to the poor. Tho disburse
ments amount to nearly $700, W0, of
which $555,000 has been devoted to
Tho first year of married life is a
rery trying thing. No two young
pooplo would over wish to live it over
again. Tliey have got to beeoiuo ac
customed to each other. They mn-t
conquer self. They must begin to livo
dually. It is a hard lesson to learn.
"Far from wondering that marriage is
sometimes unhappy, I wonder ahvayt
that any two po'plecan live together," -said
au English divine, who has thor
oughly im vl rslo"d human nature. Af
ter tho illusions of first love must coiuo
the sober fact that all lifo is not to bo
passed in honeymoons; that wo havo
married mortals, not tleini-gtxls or
demi-goddesses, and that tho future,
however much it may bo illuminated
by the light of a sincere affection, is to
bo a scene of perpetual self-sacrifice.
Tho happiness of marriage depends
upon tho very highest and most d licato
of reserves; of tlio most flattering and
careful speech; of tho b st and most
honorable perception; upon n kindness
greater than that of a mother to her
child, and upon a thousand fysical cau
ses. Nobility of sentiment is born of
lovo ami is the delightful accompani
ment of marriod love, even in tho most
low-born brute. Even Bdl Sykes had
his moments of tenderness for tho poor
wretch who loved him so well and
whom ho murdered. Women remem
ber these traits and forg t the brutality.
The devotion of a woman to a drunk
ard is not remarkable, for of till nu n,
drunkards are sure to havo sensibility.
But in the every-day marriage between
two well-behaved anil well-iutuntioned
persons the danger of losing that first
aroma of devotion is very grea', for tho
cares of daily lifo are very ilisithtisioncfi
(wo havo no English for that); and
unless people aro desirous to keep tho
flame alight it soon smolders and goes
Between young and immature pooplo
marriage is of altogether too frequent
occurrence; but ns an offset matches
between men and women considerably
past their middle ago havo increased.
Nobody but school-children, to whom
lovo is a dream which belongs solely to
tho giggling age, now feels inclined lo
laugh at Mich alliances. They nro of
ten matters of convenience, founded on
motives of comfort, respect, or suitabil
ity, which usually result as happily
any actiou of grave import, carefully
weighed and resolvod upon hy experi
enced people, is likely to do. JWhy
should not an intelligent, homo-loving
man and .woman, left conipanionless in
middle ago, form a partnership or mu
tual holp and comfort for their old ngeP
Oficn, however, thoy aro sineero love
matches, founded on that real piipsum
which grows more profound, if less
sensitive, with tho strengthening of
other faculties. No fear of ilivorco
with such couples as these.
m m 1
The only way to koop cool by fan
ning is to hire somo ono else to wlggl
The Isla of Wight
In travelling through the Islo of
Wight ono cannot fail to bo struck by
tho apparent contradiction between
tho careful tillago of tho soil and tho
fewness of tho houses and poople. Ex
cept on tho downs, which, being pure
chalk formation, aro scarcely arable,
anil hero and there- a bit of woodland,
there is no waste ground to bo seen.
Every aero is cultivated, tho roads aro
beautifully made, tho hedges along tho
roadside aro well kept; and yet roads
and fields aro alike deserted. At ono
place and another I havo seen a few
men mowing a scanty crop of hay; but
the general aspect of the island is as if
it were a perpetual Sunday and every
one had gone to church. Where there
are houses they nro ugly brick struc
tures, with thatched or tiled roofs, and
clumped together after the fashion of
English villages; whilo tho country
for miles around is unbroken by a
Ono does not even see tho houses of
the holders of the large estates. There
is no such generous architectural dis
play, for instance, as will bo found on
Orange Mountain, or along Broadway
from Spuyten Duyvil to Tarrytown. If
there aro elegant dwellings in tho Isle
of Wight they aro not a feature of the
landscape, and even where ono adjoins
tho road it i usually shut out from
view by a high brick wall. This com
pleteness of the cultivation aud absence
of homes n'vo tho country, as one views
it from tho top of the downs, the ap
pearance of a great private park. Ono
might almost fancy (ho whole of it a
front dooryard to Her Majesty's palace
of Osborne. Nowhere else in England,
I fancy, can a bettor idea bo obtained,
from merely superficial observation, of
tho partial distribution of tho English
soil. Eliot Mct'urmick, in Christian
A young lady who ha.s a slight defect
in the off yo, entered a drug-storo tho
other afti rnoon, nnd called for a glass
of soda-water. Tho clerk mistook the
movement of tho optic for his usual
hint, nnd ten minutes afb-r the woman
left tho store she felt au irresistablo de
eiio to sintr, "Hie hie won't go home
- hie (ill moi'Diii','' and her neuklie
persisted in crawling around undci
her left ear. Drug clerks ought to ex.
ercise a little more caution. JVoJ''t
Better Late than Never.
Two young men who move in the
very best Austin society went on a spree
not long- since. After thoy were pretty
well under way, one of them said in au
inebriated tone of voice:
"Let's bid each other good night,
" Why, you aint going home already?
It's right in the shank of tho evening.
"Of course I'm not goiu' homo uow,
but after a while wo won't know each
ozzer from a sido of sole-leather, sho
let's shav '!ood night' right now be
fore it'sh too late."
They embraced. Texas Siftinys.
Cincinnati does not tilter hor water.
Sho combs it. And tho bristles she gets
out of it more than defrays tho expcus
es of the operation.
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Ulllco: No HI Kli;hth "trm t, iiour Comuiurulal
svijiiiiu, Cairo, 111. 1
r II. MA KUAN, M.D.
lIiin;coji.uIii riiysk'iiin nnd Siu-pooii.
(llllr.uon Coinmereial nveiiue near the corner of
lili'litli ctri i't, over Tuber HrmlierV Jewelry alum.
Heflilunce Ciirm r Koiirtuuiilli n ri'ot. n tut Waali
Tlio (Vli-lirated Elvriro Vapor and Medloated
ItalliM wlilcli urn an iiiiCiIIIiik cure for Ifln umatlxm
Nenrali.'la, j-'ever- Acini and many oilier ailment",
aihiiiiilt-trrril dally durlim ollke liouri.
(irti iKiiirx, from BtulJA. n., from 1 to 1 and
from 7 to r. M.
QAIKO CITY FKUUY CO.
TIIRKE teBSL STATES.
(In and after Monday, tun Tth. and until turthor
notlcu tlieforryboHl will innku trip aa followe:
Lr.aYfN i.r.AVKn LXAvea
Ifoel fourth at,. Mlaaoiirl I,mi.Vk Kentucky Ld c,
2:3 p, in.
9 n. m,
It a. ra,
S p, ra.
U l rft
R 1.5 tna
LEI i H I
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ft nit j j . .. .
Lur.( and nlutiB e.imrri.i. a Vnm
L-l II J 5The Tollel
m mm m . m .it.
Arucipf rrom pure
YuellDo aurb U
Vaseline Cold Cream,
Vaseline Camphor Ice,
Vaseline Toilet Soaps,
an mptrlar t. lajr ilaUar aula,
An agreeable form of tak
ing Vaseline internally.
and' SiDhtherin. tn
of all onr goods.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
A SUBSTITUTE F0K LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
OrgRiiized Julv Hth, 1(177, Under the Laws o
the Statu of Illinois. Copyrighted July
, 177, Under Aft of CoiiKrcs8.
r. o. sciinr..
.. Medical Adviuer
C T. KLlJU
J. A. UULDSTINE.,
JOUM C. WHITK.
KXKC'LfTI vk COM MITt-mw.
7-.M!.,.,.Xi,N' L- THOMAS,
J. C WHITE, W. F. PITCH EH,
J. S. McliAIIEV.
William Htriitton. of Stnitton A Bird, wsolunula
irrorura; I'aul U. Scliuli, wIkiIukoIo und rotuil druB
Ulct ; Hiueu LelKhton, commlxMlm! morchulit: Jan.
8. iMi'liHhi'y, IiiiiiIht dealer; .1. J. (lordoii, iihyg.
Iclan; J. A. (iiildhtlne, of (.uldatlno St Konimwater.
wbolenale and retail dry noodn, etc; Win F Pitch
er, Keneral aeiit; Heury II. Kllla, city printer and
book biniler; CtienU y Iluyiicg, Cooper; Jno. C.
lilte, nfHiatiint ni'crnlniy and aolli llor: Albert
Lew l, di aler In Hour and eniin; V. UniHH, presi
dent Aloxander (.'oiuilv Hank ; (i. W. Hendricks,
contractor and builder; Cyrua (Mono. Kunural
nu'eiit;TliomuH Lvwia, acr.retary mid attorney at
law; I,. S.TlioiniiH, broom niiiuiilHcliirer; W. F
Uuanul, contraiior anil bnilib.r; C. T, Kndd
aenlCi Sv. L. AN. O. railaoail;MoMu l'liilllpa.rar
tienler; 11. A. C'liiimblcy, contrnctor, Cairo, Ilia..
Itev. ,1. Hprncer, clor(vinaii,St U-nla, Mo.; J. H.
Iletliimc, clrrull clerk, MiKnlaKlppi county, Charles
ton, Jlo.t .1. H. Moore , lawyer, Commerce, Mo."
I). SliiBletarv, phvalcliih, Arllnctou, Ky.; J. W.
Tarry, plivHlclaii, Kiiltou, Kv.; Win. Kyan, farmer,
Murrv, Kv. ; A. titelnbach, manufacturer of ad
dlerv, hvannvllle, Ind ; lko Anilenon, Hecrelary
to superintendent V. Bt. I.. & N O. railroad. Jack
Hon, Teun. ; J. H. ltobertnoii, jilivHtcian, Whlto
vIlle.Tcnn. J Tlmmim A. Unborn, hnrnev maker,
Itollvar.Tenn ; Wm. h. Walker, "D'xlu Adver
tlDliiKAsenQ," Uollv SprlnuB, Mooj
BlCN.I. F. 0 ItAKTON, Stoky B. Ladd
Hamikht E. I'aink.
Late ComniitivlDtier of ratenio,
P A T B I T S
I'AINK, (JHAFTON & LADD,
Attorney at Law and Sollcltora of Americas and
f ori'iLCii ratentn.
4fi Vm'll STKKKT, WASUINUTON, D. C.
Practice patent law tn all its branches In tha
I'aient (illlce, and In tlio Hiiiiremo and Circuit
Court of the United HUtea. i'aniphlet aenl free
on 4oculpt of "tamp for postage.
STOVES AND T1MWAHB.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES
Mftnufucturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IKON WARE
AM, KINDS OK JOB WOHK DONE TO 0HDKB.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo, - Illinois
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