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Publisher tad Proprietor.
When some pretty Irish girl U itolen
they suspect some boycotter.
The faculty at Obcrlin will not alloir
tho boy to luive a chew club.
Another extensive blust furnace will
be put in operation the coming Hummer
at Birmingham, Ala.
Wheat-fii'Mn In the entire belt of coun
ties of northern Pennsylvania are re
ported to be promising.
A Fall Itiver turkey rh being prepared
for the spit wan found to have a liand
ome gold thimblo in iU gi:nrd.
Mr. Cobbrecently married MU Webb;
he knew they were intended for each
other a toon as ho spider.
The girl that has the most freedom
and run ot large most persistently at
this ago is the one that' maid fast.
The young man who boasted that ho
could marry any girl he pleased, found
that he couldn't please any.
"My daughter," exclaimed a fashion
able mother, "is innocence itself. You
can't say anything in her presence that
will make her blush."
Sham: At a curiosity shop "Oh, the
charming little box! Antique, isn't it?"
"No, madam, it is modern." "What a
pity it wa so pretty!"
Miss Alice Longfellow,' the daughter
of the poet, has a strong and cleyerfaee,
with charming brown eyes, and a deli
cate, soft color in her cheeks.
The Zurich doctors took advantage of
Lavater's remains having lately to bo
moved to examine bis skull, which they
found small but well-proportioned.
A cow at Vicksburg ran her tongue
through a lattice-work, when an un
ncighborly mule made a snap and bit oil
four inches of it.
Meetings of miners in the bituminous
coalfields of Pennsylvania are now of
constant occurrence, but for what pur
pose does not apear, they being con
ducted with the utmost secrecy.
A party of lumbermen, while cutting
a large nsn tree in l'arton swamp, Ver
mont, discovered that tho inside was
alive with coons, and after an exciting
chase captured six nearly full grown.
The state reform school at Meriden,
Conn., received 196 boys last year, dis
charged 146. and now contains 367. The
expenditures for the year were $84,869,
of which 12,469 were for salaries.
"Nov, I'll teach you to tear your
pants' said an iate parent, swinging a
lra; "I'll teach you." "Don't hit me,
pa; I know how already. Just look at
Two considerations: "Whatachange."
rxclaims the novelist Roe, "one little
woman can make in a man's life!" Ex
actly; and jvhat alieapof "charge" she
requires while doing it.
Her loving salutation: "I thought.
Miss S., that you hated that flirtr minx.
Yet you went up and kissed her' Miss
S. "I do hate her, and that is why I
did it Look at the big freckles on her
cheek where I kissed the powder off."
"T don't mind the ni-anncr much."
naid a fond but perplexed mother, re
cently, "but when Marier geU to sally
in' around in front of the lookin'-gla.ss
and dispiitin' in French with her own
ahadder, it makes mo right nervous."
Miss Henrietta Dewcome In answer
to your question about "unkissed kiss
os, we may sav we are prepared to un
kiss any kisses we may have kissed out
side the family for the last five years.
A celebrated lawyer said that the three
most troublesome clients he ever had
were a young lady who wanted to be
married, a married woman who wanted
a divorce, and an old maid who didn't
know what sho wanted.
A Boston artist discovered an ancient,
moss-grown, vine-clad stone mill in
Maine, and sat down to sketch it, much
to his own delight as well as that of the
owner. When night fell he had his
nketch half done, and the next morning
he returned to finish it. Mcanwhilo the
owner had "tidied up" the place by
grubbing up'the vines, scraping off the
moss, and giving the stones a tine coat
Sophia (sentimentally) "I dearly
lovo to listen to the ticking oi a ciock.
It seems to me that a clock has a lan
nino-s nf Its own." Mr. Smart "Yes.
fcinpfii. the clock hit a language you
might say a aiitl-cct.
Some Princeton Collere boys offered
to saw wood for a poor widow, but she
replied that if they wou'd relay the four
rods of sidewalk torn up by their crowd
tho would ask Heaven to see to the wood
There Is a giant measuring six feet
eight inches in hctinit and weighing Z34
pounds among tho working population
of Crisfiold, Md. Ho is a colored youth,
only 19 years old, and has grown up
under a diet consisting principally of
sweet potatoes. 11 is shoes are sixteen
Inches long. :n
Forest and Stream charges the resi
dents around Lookout Mountain with
m.-Hiing bogus war relies. Don't pay
ten cents apiece for bullets from any
Imttle-field. You ban buy 'era at the
junk shops in Richmond for five cents a
pound, warranted pure.
A party of New York capitalists hare
purchased 8.'!0 acres of land near Rock
away at $i00 per acre, and will commence-
the work at one of laying the
properly out into villa sites and erecting
dwellings lor sale or rent. ,
A speculator in tho neighborhood of
London, Out., Is buying up all the cats
lie cviu got, and paying therefor from 10
cents to 40 cents "each. Ho sn,V the
pelta tiro cured and manufactured Just
i no same ojUox, mink, etc. .
Tho Toronto Mail claims that tho
tuiniber of registored letters lost In Can
ada Ix so Binull i'u ; it nmv bo said to be
absolutely nott v S:'J that of 2,
400,000 letters registered l.st year 33
were reported as lost or tampered with.
ana mat nil out two wcro recovered or
Two naughty bbys In Toronto, Cana
da, tied a kitten to the tail of their klto,
recently,, ahd sent it up. muwinff pitu-
ously. When it had ascendod about
four hundred feet the string broke and
the kitten was borne away toward the
clouds. Neither kite nor kitten baa
since been seen.
Mr. Wilde wherever he goes in Ameri
ca carries with him a heavy fur nig,
and Invariably receives reporters reclin
ing on a couch, amid the picturesque
softness of this rug. "I forgive every
thing," Mr. Wilde observed to the re
porter of the (Jazette of Cincinnati, "the
critics' ignorance even. I applaud
Jiunthorne languidly from my opera
box. I greet Du Maurier blandly at the
club; but the unpardonable sin is to say
I am unpractical. That la to stick a
dagger In me.V
A Canadian farmer recently died
leaving behind him a farm and a will
with the following strange provisions: A
son is to work the farm until bis step
mother's death, at which time he is to
begin paying to the rest of the family an
annual installment of $60 upon a lien of
$3,000. When the entiro obligation has
been discharged the farm will become
bis property. The stepmother is in the
prime of life, and, barring accidents,
good for forty years more; it will take
sixty years to pay off the $3,000, and
the son is now 30 years old. lie may
therefore confidently expect to secure a
Hear title to the farm while he is still a
frisky young fellow of liJO and lay up a
competency for his declining years.
The packing business in Maine has
reached immense proportions. -There
are sixty-one corn-canning establish
ments, with an annual production of
about 11,850,000 cans. The packing of
fish is roughly estimated at 1,600,000
cans of lobster, 750,000 cans of macker
el, and 250,000 cans of clams annually.
The sardine business, which had its ori
gin four or five years ago in a small shop
at Eastport, has attained vast propor
tions, there now being fifteen or more
factories in operation at different points
in the State, and others are projected.
Several factories are also quite exten
sively engaged in the canning of meats,
chiefly mutton. Others at present are
canning apples, while immense quanti
ties of blueberries and other small fruits
are put up at tho various establishments
throughout the Stale during the summer
Last year five separate monographs
on suicide appeared by as many differ
ent authors, two in German, and one
each in French, German and Italian,
Of the first modern monograph on tho
subject, written by a prosy German who
saw fit to defend 'self-slaughter, Hallam
says the only inducement it holds out to
tho act is that by it we may escape the
author's intolerable tedium. These later
ones treat the matter, if not in a gayer,
at least In a more sensational manner.
Tbey would make it appear that the
crime is on the increase, and they indict
modern civilization as Its instigator. The
general impression left by an examina
tion of all these books is, however, re
assuring. It is very obvious that their
means of comparing this with former
ages in this respect are very inadequate.
Suicide has increased, but there is no
proof that the increase is out of propor
tion to the growth of population. A
right solid argumeut could be made to
show that it lias, in fact, relatively dim
inUhed. A Good Nurse
should not hesitate to wait upon those
whom even such a disease as small-pox has
attacked. There is little to be feared by
persons waiting on the sick if they will
use Darbys Prophylactic Fluid freely in
the water they bathe with and also take it
internally. In sick rooms it should be ex
posed on a plate or saucer, and the patient
sponged ff with tho Fluid diluted with
water, and also a few drops used intern
ally. It should also be used about every
part of the house.
Why wiu tod cough when Shiloh's
Cure will give immediate relief. Price
10 cents, 50 cents and $1. 11
Mivv MrapmnT.R Propm: drat? them
selves about with failing strength, feeling
that they are steadily sinking into ineir
grsves when, by using Parker's Ginger
Tonic, they would find a cure commencing
with the flr-xt finsp. find vitality and Strength
surely coming back to them. See other
Arb Ton made miserable iy Indigestion
Constipation, Dizziness, Loss ot Appetite
V V IS A n 1 IK. I a
xeuow ok in i enuoii s vnaiizer is a posi
tivc cure. 10
Made from ITauhless Materia! s, and
adapted to the needs of fading and falling
bair, Parker's Hair Balsam has taken the
first rank as an elegant and reliable hair
She Passed It Along.
"I send you my testimonial in reference
to Spring Blossom, having taken it for dys
pepsia, and receiving almost immediate re
lief. I passed it to my neighbor, who is
using it with same results.
Mrs. J. W. Leffklt,
"Elmira, N. Y."
Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents.
Oo to Taul G. Schuh for Mrs, Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness an
durability of color are unuqualed. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German. Price 18 cents.
IUckmktack,' a lasting and fragrant per
fume. Price 25 and 60 cents. 13
CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH
Er. S. Silsbso's External PiloSemecly
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
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All linnets. Moiiicrs. Uuiuui Men. Mechan
ises, &c, who are tired out by work or worry, ana"
.II who are miserable with DvttKDfia. Rheuma.!
V tiim. Neuralgia, or lioweL Kidney or Liver Coa-4
plaints, yon can beinvigorated and cured by utin rj
' llyou aru wailing away wita Consumption,
ipauon or any wcaKnesa, you win nna raraer i
iincr i oruc tlx greatest liiooarenuucraaaine,
Dett neatthA StrengthBeitortr voaCkarjit
and UriuDrnorto Bitter and other Tonics, a it
builds tip the tytteni, but never intoxicates. Jo
ct. and $t sires. Humr ft Co., Chemwts, N V .
HAIR UALSASl tZZlSg-
Indian Blood Syrup.
J Hvspepala, Liver Tils
J eases. Fever anil Akiie
Heart iJlseHSe. Killons-
ness, Nervous Debility
THE BEST KEMEUY KNOWN TO MAN I
Twelve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1870!
This S vtud dombm ei varied oroDcrttei : It atlm.
Mates the ptysllne In the saliva, which converts
thn starch ai.d sugar of the food into glucose. A
deflcivuey in ptyaiina causes wind and souring of
the fond in the stomach, if ihe medicine Jt waen
immediately after eattnir. tUe fermeuUtion ol lood
It arts tipon the Llver.1
It arts upon the Kidneys,
It Regulates tbe Bowels,
It Purities the Stood.
It Quiets the Nervous System,
It I'romntes ingestion,
It Nourlhe, Rtrvncilient and Invigorates,
It Carries on the Old Wood and makes New,
It Opens tbe Pores of the Skin and Induces
It nentrnllr.es the hereditary taint, or poison In
the blond, whi':b generates Scrofula, Krraipulas,
and all manuer of Bkln Dieeasei and Internal hu
mors. Iherc are no eiiirits employed In Its manu lecture
and It can be taken by the moet delicate babe, or by
the aged and leehie, care suily Delng required In at-
wniii n toairecuoni.
Ualva, Henry County, Ills.
I was stilTrrlns from Sick Headache and Dull
ness to that I could not attend to my household du
tics, and a short trial of Dr. Clark Johnson's led!
an blood Syrup effectually cured me.
Waterman Station, DeEalh Co., Ills.
This la to certify that Dr Clark Johnson's Indian
Blood 8vrup bas cured me of Pain In the Pack. It
is a vaiuao;e medicine. aiusyiuuli.
Centre Hill. White Co., Ark.
This is to certify that I was afflicted with Palpi'
tatlon ot the Heart for man veare I tried d liter
ent doctors, whose prescriptions tended more to
weakin me man tney did to ureniimen. I a, last
res Ived to try Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian Wood
Sytup, which proved to be a positive cure not on
ly curing the Heart Disease, but also Sick Head
acn wnlcD bad Been troubling me.
M113 MARY A.NBAL
I was afflicted with Liver Complaint and Dys rep
sla and failed to get relief, altbongh ualng modi
clnea from our nest doctors. I commenced nstasj
Dr. Johnaou's Indian Hlnnd Syrup, aud a short trial
enred me. T. W. KIsiU. Mollne, III.
Thia certifies that Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian
Itloud Syrup has efTeclnally cured me of Dyspepsia,
roo uuen caunot ne saia in praise o- it.
W. . W I MM tit, Bedford, Mo.
Avents wanted for the sale of the Indian Blood
S rnp in every town or village. In which 1 have no
agent, rarucuiar given on application.
DUCOQI3T8 BELL IT.
Lihratory 77 Weat Sd sU. N.T. City.
''PAX PUKCI1ASERS NOTICE.
To Robert n. Cnnnlncham. Alice Cnnnl'nirham
Emma Yost, Cbaa. Frank, and any other persou
or persons luieresien ; ,
Yon are hereby noti fled that at a sale ef R al Ki
tale in the county or Alexander and State of Illinois,
held by the theu sheriff and ex-oltlcio col
loctor of asld county, at the south'
westerly door of the Coirt Mouse, In the city
of Cairo, In said county and stato, on tho 6t h day of
July. A. p. IftMi, lloliert U. Cunnliigham pu
chased lot numbered ten (ID), to block numhtred
flftv-ime (M), In the city of Cairo, Illinois,
forth tuxes duo and unpaid thereon forth year
1S79, together with the penalties and coats) that
sld real estate is.isxed In the name of Hubert II,
Cunningham, that end ltonurt H. Cunningham on
thelinddayofKoliruary, lHriJ. aaalgnud hltcvrtifl.
cate of purchase t'f raid premises to the under
signed, and that tho time allowed by law for the
redemption of amd real eslale will eiplru on the
8th day of July, A. ! 1S82,
MILKS KHEIVK OILtlKRT,
Assignee of I'urchaior.
Cairo, Ills., March 17th, A. B 18S4..
rjAX rUUCIlASKB'S NOTICE.
To A. H. Itohertson, or any other person or
persons Interested i
Von are hereby notified that at l salo of real es
tato, Inlheconntyof Aleiandorand state of Illl.
nols, buldhy thn county collector of said county, at
Ihe southwesterly door of the court bouse In the
city of Cairo, In ealri courty and state, on tho l(Hh
day of July, A. D. 1M0, E. VY. Ilallidsy pnrcbaaed
the following described real estntc. situated In thn
City of Cairo, county of Alexander and state nf Illl.
nols, for the taxes rluo and nnpnlil thereon for tho
year A. t 1874, 1871, 1S7A 1H77, 1H7R aud 187K, to
guther with penaltlea and coats; raid real estate, hi.
nig taxed In the name of said A. II. Robertson, to
wit: Lot numbered twenty-two tii). In block num
bered seventy (70), as known aud designated on the
recorded map or pint of said city) that said
K W. Ilallidsy oo the 8th day or February, A. D.
1HHII, assigned his certificate of purchasn to saW
ti remises to the undersigned and lhat the limn !.
lowc by law for tberedemption of said Mai estats
will eipire on tne I'tn nay ot uuiy, a. I). 1881.
laAAC It. MOHAN, Assigned of purchaser
Cairo, Ills., Marcli 13. A. D. ltttU.
Bold hyurnstrtew every wnere. rrire, vi.wprr do
nriTwftibrimiil. Uampb-s ioutrM lo i'hyslelans
anil II inffer'ts, by P . N rostaeifter ft Co. Box MIL
kev k'orkCUJ. fcoUloauuleolurorsol'Uiiaaasti."
ss . m si
9 M'MM nig
ts M' 'lM II -3S
1 iff If Is. UrT " II
sMar r i sW- v;:' W i
Cured my little girl of Sis. Hhe was also deaf and
dumb, but It cured Iter. She can now talk and h"r as
well ai anybody. I'stii Kosa. Hprlnicwaier, Wis.
ITs been the mesas of curing my wife of rheumatism.
J. 11. Re ruii as. Fun Collins, Col.
Made sure euro of a case of flu for my ion.
E. B. Halls, Ulattavlllc, Kaa.
Cared me of vertigo, neuralgia ami alek headache.
Mm. Wm. HknuN. Aurora, 111.
Wu the mcaoaof curing my wife of spasms.
Htv, J. A. Eon. Hi-aver, Pi.
Cured me ofaatluna. afirr spending over ST 000 with
other doctors. H. U. Hobson, New Albany, lud,
Effectually cured nic of spasms.
710 West Vau Onren !-L Clileuxu, III.
Cured our child of fits after given up to die by our
family physli lan. It having over i' In 11 hours.
ilaxgv Ksta. Vervllla, Warren Co., Tenn.
Cured me of scrofula after suffering for eight years.
ALuesr SixrsoN, l'eorla, IU.
Cured my ion of flts, after spending K, 4(0 with other
doctors. J. W. Tmosston. Clulburn, Miss.
Cured me permanently of epileptic fits of a stubborn
character. Kiv. Wx. MAXTiM.Meclianlcstowu.Md.
Cered my ion of (Its. after having had 2, 0 In eighteen
tuoalha. Msa. K. Fobes, Wust l'oudaiu, .S. V.
Cured me of eplletnyof nine years' standing.
MISS A nll A LL.
Orauby. Newton Co., Mo.
Has nermancntlv cured me of entleDv nf mint tkik.
duration. Jaoou Sotis. bu Jotcnli. Mo.
Cured me of bronchitis, anhma nnd general d'Wllty.
ubti.n .HUH,, iruniuu, unio,
SAMARITAN Si ERVIVR
Rss cured mc of ssthmsi a so scrofula of manr veara
Handing. JsaauJxwkil. covlngtuu, Ky.
Curedmeof flis. Have len wril for over four yari.
LUaules h. t'caris. Usakls. Douglass Co.. Mlun.
Cured a friend of mine wbo had dvsiepiiia very hsdly.
WtciiAtLO Ciix.xoB. Hldgway. I'a.
Uu permanently cured me nf epileptic fi-j,
David Trxuiily, Uca Moines, Iowa.
Cured my wife of upll'-rwy of V, years standing.
Cured my wlfu of a nervous disease of the head.
n. uhajiam. nonh Uupe, Fa.
Cured my son of Ats. He lias not hud a nt for about
four yean. Jon Davis.
vtooauura. Macounln Co., 111.
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vldeuocs f Address
a. RirmroNn a co.t
World'a Epileptic Institute,
ST. JOSEPH, MO
fccasoiit Why Ihey arc r referred to Ml
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Hesiis they possess u the merit of th
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counter Irritaut effects.
TJersnse they are a pennlne pharmCLceutleal prep,
ration, and so recognised by the profession.
Tteeansethey are tho only plasters that relieve
fain at once.
Iteeanse they will positively enre diseases which
Other remeaies wui not uvea relieve.
Decau9 over BoOOphyslcians and drnftrlatebsve
voluntarily testified that Ihey are superior to all
other plasters or medicines for external use,
Benjnss the manufacturer! have received the
only medals ever given for porous plasters.
Bern's Capcine Porous Plaster!
SEABURY & JOHNSON,
Manufacturing Chemists, New Turk.
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01 soir-nliiisn; as.
iue 01 inumnrv. iv.'"..
u mnesB or vision, tirematuro old aao, A many
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PacKsi'o, or six pselmeiis for 15, nr will ho stmt free
I m .r Try
ov million ruoelpt of the mimrv. he adiln-aslnif.
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Heel and Toe Galop four Hands. .lktider.
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Painting. Dccoratliiff. tc. For 1884 ciebry paee
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Cures coniuliunts of women and diseases of the
Stotnach. Dowels. Luiil's, I.iver and Kidneys, Slid is
rulirelv illtleruut fronUlitters, Glider Kfsenceannd
other tonics, as it never Intoxlratus, 60c. and $1
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X n a t inn
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ty of thulr work. They esrclully svold all poison,,
one druu, make only fast colors, which are tbor
oiinlily walioillo hot water snd soap, thereby re.
moving anyitaini; which would stain underclothing.
Those who buy snd wear their prluts will, they
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ilia Author. A u.w and areat Mm!
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