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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 10, 1&81.
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If yon luflerfrom Ayr pi')l, no
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTEKS.
If you ara afflicted with 111Ioudum, tiro
Rl'UDOCK BI.OOI) BIITEitS,
If you are prostrated with tick hernial he, take
BCKDOCK BI.OOI) HITTERS
If your bowola ato dlnrdprd rcenUtc them with
BURDOCK BLOOD HITTERS.
If yourblod In Impnre, purify It with
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTEUH
If yon hare IndlRcBtton, yon will find an antidote in
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTKR8.
If you ara troubled with uprlnc cnmpliilntii, uradl
leate tburo with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
II your liver it torpid rcatorc it to healthy action
with BURDOCK BLOOD HITTERS,
IfyourllTBrll affected you will flud nhiirs rcBtor
atlTfl In BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If you have any upcclenof humor or pimpc fai
not to take BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If yon have any slmptoma of ulcsra or scrofulous
ores, a curative remedy will be found In
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS,
for imparting strength and vitality to the system,
notnint! can equal BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
For Nervous and General Debility, tono np the
ivatemwlth BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
BMl'l $1 l'BK bOTTtB J TlllAL BOTTLET, 10cT8,
FOSTEK,MILM,IlN& CO.. Ifrop'rs,
BUFFALO, N. Y.
For (alo by PAUL G. SC'IIL'II. (2 )
MRS. LY0!A L
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. FINKHAM'S
Tor all Female Complaints.
Thli preparation, at lt ruuna alKnifloa, conilfti ot
Vegetable Propertlra that are bamilrai to the most del
tcate Invalid. Upon one trial the luerlU of thii Com
pound will to reeoirnUixl.aareUef li Immediate and
when Ha uae la contlnunt, In ninut j-nliie caat In a hun.
Mfy. On account of It proven merit., It la twlaj re
commended and proscribed by the beet phjtlckna In
It will cur entirely the wornt form ot falling
of the uterui, Leucorrhu'a, Irregular and painful
Menitrnatlon.allOTarUn Trouble, Inflammation and
Oloaratlon, Flooding, all Dlplacmenta and the eon
eqnent tplnal wmknoea, and la eepecUUy adapted to
the Chang of Ufa. It will dlmolre and eipel tumori
train the uteruiln an early atage of deTelopmrnt. Th
tendency to oancerout humora there la checked very
In feet It haa proved to be the great
eat and beet remedy that baa ever been dleooTer
ed. It permeau every portion of the lyetem, and glvea
new Ufeand rigor. It remove f eintnen.fUtulenry, de
etrori all eravtog for Mlmulante, and rellevea waksea
i the itomach
Naur Bloating, Beadachea, Kervoua Proetratlon,
Oeoaral Debility, Rleeplewme, D)melon and Indi
gestion. That fettling of bearing down, cawing pain,
weight and barker be, is alwae permanently cured by
U um. It will at all time, and under oil clrcumitan
eaa, art In harmony with tbs law that governs the
For Kidney OomlalnUnf either trt thla eompuana.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
la prepared t tn aid tSS Wt nern Avenue. Lynn, Man,
Price 11.00. Blx bottle for IIlOO. Hunt by mail In the
form of pllla, also in toe form ofLosontrm, on recelX
of price, 1.00, per box, for either. Hit 1'tNaUUM
freely answera all letter of Inquiry. Bond for pam
phlet Addms a above ilrntitm the jxjjwr.
Ho family ahould be without LVPIA E. I'lNKIlASl'
, 1T5H PILLS. They cure Conrtlpntiun, liiliouMieet
adTornidiUr of the Liver. Bcentpnr box.
FOR BALB BY DRUGGISTS.
RICHARDSON & CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Wholesale aueuli for LTDIA . PINKIIAM'S
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GIIAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TRADEMARK. The Cire.it Kne
llh remedy. An
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f 'Permatorrbett. im
potency ami til
at a aeguvnee
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Before Takingunivoraal laenltuii, t i
"pain In ttio lia- kA Iskiria
JlmneMofvtalon. premature old aie. and nmnv
S,h."n?J.,r," 1,1,1 'u,d 10 IJ eoMumptftS
or a prematura rrav.
(W-Futt particulara In onr pampblot, whlrh we
SMlV,l'i."',,,,.rri',bvu11 t evurvon. IfrTba
pielllc Medicine la told b all druiriHw at f 1 per
pawaire, or all package for $fi, nr will be aeut free
D mail on receipt of the tnonuv. hv Kddreealtitf.
TUB GRAY MKDiriNK CO.,
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IN Villi All). v. IN AIIVANCI.
All Commuulraliont ahould be aildreeeed to
K. A. 1IUHNKTT,
Irvino, Ky., haa kept its hangman's
gallows standing for twenty-one years.
It is proposod in New York, to estab
lish a "Garfiold memorial surgical
ward" in any hospital that Mrs. Gar
Cold may soloct.
Thore were 19,388 births in Philadel
phia last year, there being an excess
of 76G males. The deaths numbered
The man who bought the main Cen
tennial building at Philadelphia for
$97,000 says that ho ha3 sold it to a
syndicate of Pittsburg and other capl.
talists for $175,000.
The Jesuits have purchased the Hales
Tlaoe property, near Canterbury, Eng
land, and will convert tho old manor
house into an enormous collego at an
estimated cost of G0,00O.
A woman entered a boot and shoe
store in Olean, N. Y.. rooanDy, followed
bf ton children, who were each iu turn
supplied with shoes. She remarked as
sho left tho store that she would bring
in tho other two tho next day.
Tho lirgest boat on tho groat lakes
is buinj built at Cleveland, Ohio. It
is to be of iron, 302J feet in length. 39
feet breadth of beam, and 25 feet depth
of hold, and to have a capacity of 3,200
Drying potatoes is a great industry in
Rochester, N. Y. The potatoes aro
sliced, put in a steam box for a few
minutes to keep the starch in, and then
driod. When desired for uso they aro
soaked before cooking.
A company has been formed, with
$1,000,000, to pack frozen fish at De
troit. In addition to tho homo trade, it
is proposed to ship frozon lish "in largo
refrigerators on European steamers,
and to introduce tho fine fish of the
great lakes to tho capitals of the Old
A dog that hears through an ear
trumpet and wears spectacles belongs
to Patrick Nichols, of Milwaukee, Wis.
This animal is said to bo 35 years of
ago, and has lost his hearing and sight,
and his master, for his many years of
fidelity, procured these aids to cheer
him. A set of artilicial teeth aro being
made for him.
Tho number of peoplo who go to Col
orado hoping to be cured of asthma,
dyspepsia or consumption is very largo.
Not a fow invalids earn their board by
engaging in light occupations. The
Denver Tribune thinks that if houso
rent could be made low and factorios
for light work could bo started both tho
invalids and tho Stato would reap the
KutTalo, formerly one of tho health
iest of cities, is now agitated Ht an ex
traordinary mortality among its popu
lation, 1,080 deaths having occurred
within a period of niuo weoks. Tho
local physicians trace tho trouble to tho
oxistenco of a canal that emits poison
ous odors, and to the use of unhealthy
well water. Tho abolition of both is
The Countess of X was sum
moned as a witness in a French court
'Your ago, ruadaine?" uskodtho Judge.
"My age?" said tho Countess; "well,
I really have such a miserable memo
ry." "But certainly you must know
when you wore born." "No, indeed,
Judgo, on my faith I don't I was so lit
tle at tho time." Tho Judgo did not
insist any further.
Ono of the regiments quartered at
Aldershot, England, possesses a singu
lar pot in a Hue milk-white goat, which
was presented by Queen Victoria, and
is lea by a gold chain. The goat is ex
tremely fond of the music of the band.
When tho soldiers are about to march
it goes of its own accord to its allotted
place to await tho coming of the band
master, when it joins iu tho march with
pride and spirit.
A colored waiter was intcrrogat ul on
tho change recently mado in tho Phil
adelphia restaurants from white girls
to black nion for waiters, and ho in
conlidenco informed tho reporter that
"do reason do bosses couldn t get along
wid do gals, was 'ease dey all got lol
lahs and tho felTahs am waited on berry
well; but do follah dat ain't got no gals
they don't get niullin 'till tho ress' am
Professor Hutchinson has, in one of
his lectures, mentioned a vory interest
ing fact ascertained in Berlin. Among
Roman Catholics, who prohibit mar
riages botweon persons who aro near
blood rolativos, the proportion of deaf
mutos is 1 in 3,000; among Protestants,
who view such marriage as permissible,
tho proportion is 1 in 2.000; while
among Jews, who encourage intermar
riage with blood relations, tho deaf
mutes are as 1 in 400.
In a spooeh at Newborn Senator
Vanco statod that North Carolina fur
nishod to tho armies of tho Confeder
acy no less than 82 rogiments, 10 bat
talions, and 14 unattached companies,
numbering altogolhor 122,000 mon, bo
ing more in number than thoso fur
nishod by any other stato. Not only
more in proportion to population, but
more, absolutely, than ary other State
in the Confederacy.
A monster mill is to bo built in Min
neapolis, Minn., which will turn out
live and one-half barrols of floor per
minuto, 333 barrels por Lour. 8,000
barrols per day, 2,400,000 barrols per
year (300 days). It will roquiro 10,
000,000 bushels of wheat por yoar to
supply it, and the valuo of its annual
products will bo at loast $14,000,000.
It will make one-third of tho pres
ent whoat crop of Minnosota into
flour, and require an army of men to
carry on tho work growing out of its
Iho hmporor William takes a na-
tornal interost in the smallest trifles
connected with tho business and amuso-
uionui i nig capital. Owing to an itl
lugod slight, caused by the part of Di
norah having been bostowod upon a
rival singor, Mdllo. Schumann, ono of
tho prima donne of tho Itoyal Opora,
has lately cnoaen to submit W rosi".
natlon diroci to .tho Emuoror. 'iCe
a;:od monarch had great "diiliculty in
persuading tho injurod lady to with
draw her throat and continue to grace
tho boards of tho Koyal Opera.
It is hardly to bo supposed that tho
French ofllcers who witnessed (Jio lu
cent roviow and maneuvers of tho Cor
man army in Hanover, as they stood
with note-books in hand to watch tho
artillery practice, wore awaro that tho
f;uns were served with powder capturod
ii Metz and other arsonals during the
campaign which mado Gormany un
Empire and Franco a Republic, and
robbed the latter of two choice provin
ces. Yet such, it is said, was tho fact.
Of such powder there is still great storo
in Germany, though it would only soom
to bo thought suitable for tho baso pur
pose of blank cartridges.
Bank of England notes are mado
from pure white linen cuttings nover
from rags that havo been worn. So
carefully is tho paper propared that
even the number of dips into tho pulp
made by each individual workman is
registered on a dial by machinery, and
tho sheets are carefully counted and
booked to cacli person through whose
hands they pass. The printing is done
by a most curious process within tho
bank building. Thore is un elaborato
arrangement for socuring that no note
shall be exactly like any other in ex
istence; consequently there never baa
been a duplicate bank note except by
forgery. Tho stock of paid notes for
seven years Is said to amount to 91,000,
000, and to till 10,000 boxes, which, if
placed sido by sido, would cover over
three miles in extent
The disproportion of tho costs of a
lawsuit to tho damages obtained was
probably never greater than in a caso
argnod by William II. Seward in 1848.
A uewspaper addressed to a Miss Fel
ton, was received at tho Syracuse Post
Otlico. The Postmaster refused to de
liver the paper without letter postago,
because the iuitials of tho sender were
on the wrapper. The lady sued in a
Justice's court for tho valuo of tho pa
per, and was awarded six cents dam
ages. Tho Postmaster appealed, and
tho caso was carried successful to tho
Court of Common Pleas, tho Supreme
Court of tho State, the Court of Ap
peals and the United States Supreme
Court each ailirming the original de
cision. When the caso entered the last
tribunal $1.16.90 in costs bad been ad
ded to the 6 cents damages.
To Save Trouble and Expense.
My family 1ms derived very treat benefit
from the uso of Hamburg Drops, writes
Mr. John Stocklin, Lnion, Broome County,
-N. l. It has saved pain, trouble ami ex
pense; and I shall be glad, always recom
mend tho Drops, as it is my best and cheap
est family physician.
It is wonderful how malaria is on tho
Increase in our climate. It has posi
tively become a fashionable ailment.
If a young lady sits out under tho trees
till midnight with nothing on her head,
or dantes till daylight after a day's
shopping or dressmaking, sho is sure
io havo an attack of malarrf. If a
man spends two-thirds of a night in
tlissipating with boon companions, ho
is Buro to havo a bad attack of malaria
tho next day. If a man interviews tho
bar a dozen times in tho day, and has a
seance with champagno or- brandy
punch in tho evening, ho complains of
malaria for a week, and feels it in all
his bones. The woman who shuts her
self into close rooms, eatd rich food,
gets excited over her cook and dress
maker, goes out half-dressed to a party
in the evening, to come home utterly
prostrated by a strain which would use
up a day laborer, is sure that malaria
is killing her, and insists that she must
move or break up housekeeping alto
gether. A dozen ladies who meet at
the sowing circle, dissect the characters
in the neighborhood, stuff thcmsolves
with green tea, and tho scandals each
has carefully preserved for a mouth to
have fresh for tho occasion, aro quite
sick of the terrible sewer-gas or tho
fatal miasma of that particular locality
tho next day. A child is badly fed md
only half clothed, and kept out of the
air liko a wax imago until he becomes
too puling and feeblo to stand a strong
whiff, of air, and then malaria lakes
him off. Malaria, in fact, is the popu
lar stalking horse, and we mount it on
all occasions. But aro we sure that we
call things by their right names? If
our habits were changed, would mala
ria be as prevalent?
la unnqunled rh a positive
Alterutivu and Cure fur
Asthma and Dyspepsia.
and nil their attendant evils. It ilws not merely
ntTord temporary relief, but Is a permanent euro.
Mra. I). V. Len, of Bolmore, )., siiys uf It : "I am
mrprUtil at tht tjxtily tjftelt nf ymtr rr.mnly. It i
tht flril mettieint in lix yrart (hut hai Unnmed my
awhh and nvvtt txptiiomtum nuv. 1 now ilrrji all
niunt without crmihing." If your druggist dooa out
Keep 11, 8UUJ rur truatiso luei lesnmuiiims to
II. P. K. I'M K A CO.,
MS UrMlHij , Mew York.
Ben j. F. 0 hakton, Stouy B. Ladd
IlALllERT . PAIKK.
Late Comrolpdoujr of Paten',
PAINE, GUAFTON & LADD,
Attomoya-at-Law and Hnllcltora of American and
41'J FIFTH BTIiEET, WASHINGTON, D. C.
Vraottrc patent law In all ita branches In the
l atum Ofllcil. ftllH (n Ihn BimMHIH . nrl rl.ull
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oniuwilptol atamp fur poataco.
tlouralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of tho Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet
and Ears, and all other Pains
No Preparation on earth njuala St. Jacobs On as
a f"r,urr, imjff aim chrup Lxlerrittl Keiuedy.
A trinl entails but tho ronipiiratlvely trUjiiiit outlay
of 50 Onts, unci every one nulli rin 1th pam
can have cheap and pitive proof of iurclaiiua.
Directions in Eleven I-aiiisHaKWi.
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A.VOGHLER & CO.,
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Self cure alnl':ie unci ceroiin Spi-edr reliif
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VOI'Yri MWX UyoiiwoiildleKruTeiWra
J.;i.ilVT JIlji (,hy In four iiioeiliK. and ba
rerluln of a aitnntion, mlilress V'uleinlnc Hrotliera,
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aulTiaood. WACKH promptly raid. SLOAN
ft t o. aus Veorgo Ml. 4 loclunaMI. O.
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Our Indian Pile MeniiMlv will iioiti-lv mid effec
tually cur Blind, llluediiigand IkIi iil' I'llm. .Nut
for fale by drneulatH. tti-m on receipt ol price, SI.
uvuu riniiiji itir I'n I u ,i ii it; I ,
V. V. C'OLKY, Tower ll'ot k, St. I.cni's, 3Io.
P IUIT7T T. A '."-rlH wanted for Ufa
UA.Ur 1 IMjIf "f ''""'jdent (iartlcld. A
r' from cruclle to '.oiive, l.v tin; tino etil bio.Tapli
.I'll )t:i:te, I niui I l.lir
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dor"i ciliiiut) Liberal , .-, in A t' Ink lukeOMlem
for from 20 10 .VI ;oples in ly . Oui-, ll uny other
book ten 10 one Aevht- never made nullify K
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prontH. I rhtile Iciini. foe I ic-o. S t i ui-un it Co.
27 STOP BEATTY'S,TANr?-J.
only l. Addreta DAMEI.F. HE ATT V, Wash
Parker's Ginger Tonic
Cures conipluint" of women and dtaenaea of tho
niwniu. ii. inmeiP, IIIIJL'I.. II ver HIIO KlOlieVS, HIM 1H
entirely dllierenl from bitters. Kilmer essence and
other tiiic as it uevcr futoxlcntes. nocta and l
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Sample wkk lOcts., wit ke v!5 ets., pj wlckn TDctn
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Icul Work,wrraiilMj i.lia hmt and
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CUTICUKA iVriiiHiirntly Cures Hhiiion
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Cntlclira remedies ure for side by nil driiiriflsla
Price of Piitlaiira. a medical Jelly, amnll boles, rsic:
larue boxes f 1. Ciitlciini Kesolveiil, the new blood
purifier, one dolliir per Im.IiIu, Cotli itni Jledlcltml
Toilet Soap, itfe. Ctilieiim Mrdiclnul Mlmvlnit
Soap, ircts.: In barn far ha-hers mid Inrirn cm sum
ers.fiocls Princlp-.l dept I, WKliKS ii POTTKK,
Iloslon Muss, '
l.r"All imiiled free on receljit of price
A book of rure orlliiullty, eiilltled
Tlia crest nrulilein snlv.irl. 'I'l,.. I lilt I tii.t 11 a 1 agaii.
flllly collsld reil ftcm theiiL'nor rosim.llIHIv tin
to matnrlly, in peKiird to edtn uilon, home, society,
love, nmrrliiirM , hiislnes,, ,.c. I low bread eatera
are to be hrend winners. The volume abounds In
ytrltrltifr tlintlelils. run, l.r..rm.i .l I.....
common neiise. 1'iill pnijo colored plates-each ono
ttfem. Airenls wimled everywhere. Send for cir
cular, full description terma, etc., to .1, O. Mcs
CliKOY & CO., Cl.ltimu, 111.
For tiioC'AliB and TliEAT.MENTof
With the Very Host of Vrnfnialmiai Com if...
Terma and Information. Addresa
Lock Ilox No. aill, CHICAGO, 1LLB.
October 13, lKSl,.(ltu
Wait for Nothing the jBig Sliow is Here!
THE BEST AND OKEATEST, THE MOST RELIABLE
MOST. ATTRACTIVE SH0AV ON EARTH,
WILL BXIIIB1T AT
Cairo, Ills,, Saturday, October 229
AFTERNOON AND VENIXU.
SHELBY, PULLMAN & HAMILTON'S
Tho Egyptian Caravan. Oriental Munaorio
and Trans-Marino Cii cus,
An Immense Museum of 20,000 Curiosities,
A Vast Sea Aquarium of Sea Lions
Sea Leopards and Polar Elephants,
All Exhibited under 120,000 ft. Water-Proof Canvas
FOR ONE PRICE OF ADMISSION.
AVlien tin? Mastodon Comes you
ZAZEL," - - THE FEARLESS.
In her terrific net, iu tno course of wbich ghe crosces the pavilion 100 feet above the
heads of the audience, oa an INVISIBLE CODWEB WIRE, makes a head-foremost
dive from the summit of the pavilion, and is SHOT FROM AN ENORMOUS CAN
NON, charged with powder and projected sixty feet, horizontally. She is tho only
ZAZEL, and mut not be confounded with others who have advertised to accomplish
her feats and foiled. ZAZEL NEVER FAILS.
You Wilt H
Professor Neil Smith's Greatest Dos Show on Earth,
Abd Troupe of Canine Comedians. The best trained and most accomplished dops ev
er Keen. You will see the Finest Lady Rider in the World,
From the piincipal Circuses of Europe, who has no equal for beauty, grace and skill.
You will see a
ii.OOO POUND SEA. rIONS.
You will see the sensational Bareback Rider of the Day, Mr.
In Lis principal Act, in which c. executes a Double-Backward and Forward Somer
sault, while liis horse is at full speed. You will see
The Wonderful Carlos
In their feats of Equilibrium, Posturing, Classic Scenes and tho Young Carlos in their
Great Four Tony Bareback Act. You will sec tho
Ponderous Centenarian War Elephant "EMPEROR,"
One Hundred and Two Years Old; and tho
Twin Babies, Topsey and Jennie. .
Y'ou will see Five Clowns, led by
Tho Varsatilo Histrionic Clown and Impe
Types of Peculiar Peoplo.
When Tho Mastodon Comes, s
You will goo all we have Mentioned and ft Great Deal More.
ONE TICKET ADMITS TO ALL. Admission, 50 cts; Children nndcr 9, 25 cts.
Reserved Upholstered Arm
Doors open at 1 and 7 o'clock p. m. Performances commence at 2 and 8 o'clock, p. m.
Do not Fail to See tho
Tho most beautiful Bljrht ever witnessed.
Splendor which will pass through the principal streets at 0 o'clock a. m. For full
particulars see Programmes, Pictorial Bill-boards, and tho "Illustrated Ilorald of
Wonders." Oct. 10.-dat.
will sec- the Sensation of the
rsonator, in his Songs, Character Scenes, and.
Chairs, at a Slight Advance.
Grand Street Pageant
A GRAND FREE SHOW of Surpassing