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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN ; TUESDAY MORNING, JIARCH S3, 1882.
FHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
tiOHof ppetlt(NBiiev,bowol(i costive,
FalnTii IheneadTwith a dull abnimtion in
CKsJ back parfTain under the shoulder
ElwIeT fullness after eating with adltn:
Jlinatr6ngeietlo5jpbodjr or tnind,
IrrttabtNtV of temper, Low aplrita. IiOe-,
fjQriempryjwith aeeJfaisoT havlnjfne;;
lected King dutyedrineBS, Dizziness,
FTutterinjrpf theHeart, Dptabefore tha
IF THESE WAE3ISG3 ARE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES Will SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TTJTT8 piLLS are nprclallyndaptl to
such vhiu'h.oiiu done eft'rrta atirh nclinnge)
of feedlnjr nil t 'toiilli the sufferer.
Tby Inrrfwr U. ApiK-tUe, and cause the
brxly 10 TWr an ("vati. thuit fhe system In
noiirlaiKHl.miil byM lr riil,riionlh
jlRrvlUe Oraitna, th-triilnr fclool arenro.
dixiil. I'rlre & rents, art Wm HU, W.Y.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
OmvllAiRorWHisKKiw changed to OLneRV
UuifH by a itlUK'f iii'iillralliiii of Ova. It
lmpum a natural color, nrts Instantaneously.
Sold lj Drugs!""" "i'1 "J press receipt of 1.
Office, 30 Murray St. New York.
(Br. Tt TP M I TtM. InhnasMM n
, ISVALTJABLE FOB
Bprnlnn, Ilnrne, fcrald., Itrnlaea, flora
neiM, IttaFumatlHia, 11I1h, llcer. Old
here s. Toothache, Headache, Noro
Throat, Aathina, llonracucaa,
JTSTTO T. rTLTOX, I.'l., Brooklyn, N. T.
' Proving itanlf to be a necessity la our horns."
t. A. WESTKRVELT, M. ., Nashville. Tenn.
Bare need large quantities of POND'S EXTRACT
la my praotice."
Ira. 8. 0. JJrCOBD, Matron, ITome of Destitute
Children," Wo nod It moat efflcaciona and use
Caatlon. POND'S EXTRACT i loll on'.f la
bottles with the name blown In the glass.
t f It la unsafe to usa other article with our
direction!. Inaiat on having POND'S EXIBACT.
JUsIuh all lmiutlona and substitutes,
HPRCIAL PREPARATIONS OP POVTVfl EX.
YBACT COMMUNED WITH THE PUREST
AXD MOST HELTCATE PEItl'DillS
FOR LADIES' BOCIKMB.
Toilet (roam 1.09
Up Halve I
..COc, f 1.00 and $1.75
Catarrh Cure it
Inhaler (Glass Mc.) 1.00
.Vanl Hyrlnirft 5
Medicated Paper... SI
Family Kyrhire $1.00.
Orders amounting to $ I worth, sent express free
on rocoipt of money or P. O. order.
aOunNLW Pamphlet witu Bistort or on
PiLPAiuTiOM. BtM FlUIE ok jLPnJCino io
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
14 "W. 14th St., New To-lt,
E! a preparation of Protoxide of Iron, PrniTlaO
lark and the Pliosphatoa, atMclati?t with the
'eiretnhle Aromatlca. Kudorapd by the Mfllnal
Prod'nnlon, and recommended hy them fr Iy
plela, Weneral l-tllltT. female I I a.
tairi, Hunt of Vitality, JVrroa Fro,
trnllon, t'oninlmeenrr from ferrra
andt lironln hlllannd l orer. Itaenre
wry purpose whore a Tuniu Is iiuctuary.
Eanufutarti bj The Dr. Ilarl? r Medicine Co, St lom't
The following U one of tlio very many teiUmo
Blali we are receiving dully:
etnllmm, Pomethrre montha afo I bepan the
oae of Hk. lUitTKii'a Ihon Tonic, iiimiq Uie ad
Ire of may friends who knew lis virtues, t was
suffering n-i.in sx'iienl debility to sueli an extent
tlial my labor was exceedingly burdensome to me.
A vacation of a montli did not a-lve me much re
lief, but on the contrary, was followed by In
creiM d pnistratloa and slnklnjr chills. At till
tlnie I betran the use of your Ihon Town:, from
which 1 realised alinoet Immediate and wonderful
results. The old cnerpy returned and 1 found that
piy natural force was not permanently abated. I
hnve used three 1ku1cs of (he Toxic. Since uslnf
It 1 have dune twice the labor that I ever did In the
earns time during my lllncM, aud Willi double the
ease. With the tr.niull urne and vlgorof body,
bits come alo a elenrm-sa of thought never before
ujoyed. If the Tonio lias not clone Uie work,!
kjiuw nut what. Hive lithe credit.
Mokt gratefully yourt,
I. 1'. W ATSOJf,
Troy, O., Jan. 1, IPS. I'aitor Christian Church.
trSa!e by DrugfliU and General Dealer Everywhan
IS EITUKU LIQUID Oil ItttT 10B1
Thnt Aei at tbe anine time on
tits imz, m sowm,
WHY ARE WE SICK?
hrcoHU i allow Ihttt gnat orgam to
Uam4 cluyQtil or torpid, and poiiorioiii
tuMiorar ttxtrrfort forced Into tht blood
WILL SURELY CURE
PILE, CONSTIPATION, PKIKAKT
DlaRAHKR, rF.M AI.E W R A K It EAlEa, '
AMI MEUTVVI kllOUDIUI,
6y earning fat action tf thtu organ and
I rutoring ihtir powtr to throw off &Utm.
Way ealfrr Bllloas aalai sat aekeal
I Way Unseated with Piles, Coastlpatloat
I Why frlfhteaed ever ilsordsr4 Kidneys! I
Why eadare aerraae or sick headaches!
Uh KIDflBT-WOBTand njoiet in ktalth
II Is put mo In nr TstwUMa Farm. In tin I
ats etui paciiae or wnicn maaM six quarts of
mMUetns. also in usjaie rsraa. very teases.
I leatsa, lor woee ium eaunet naauy petpere It.
arxt ecu with equal eftVikaey In etiaor form.
t or Toun druouw. i-kice, (i.ee
WELL!, U1CUAUDHM ., Prop's,
1 send the dry postpaid.) BTKLnarai, Tt.
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A vlotlm of ymiUiful Impnidenco emi'inir J'rtiras.
nre iMcay, Korroua IXbillty, Lost tlaubocd, eto
bavin a; trkd 4a rain every known remedy, has dis-
utrerndalnipl'ialf oure, which h will -n1 Khi.B
U Ui lellow-saflenm, addrea J, . UtKV IX
Ci Uutitiaiit tU A. I.
laV" INFLAMMATIONS "fcel
flTHE ONLY MEDICINE)
Shop-Girls Fooa. x
Slinp-glrlsKiilVur iiim:1i from linvin to
staitd oontiniiully t)iroiifh a tlay's work,
week In fiml vwk out. Hut tlioy nro
also injured by eutinjr too little, and by
the tinwino choice of food. An article
In LipnincoWi Magazine, written by n
lady who has stjiditid tlio shopgirls, ex
hibits the unfit food they cat, ami also
illtistrntw their rcpngnaneo t( doniestio
work. Tlio author p:ive her conversa
tion with a shop-girl. It presents a
wretched picture of city life, that calls
for the consideration of good women
who wish to bo of service to those of
their own ncx who aro less fortunate
"What do you live on, Knty?"
"Why, we did have breakfast and tea
hero cofl'eo and meat for breakfast, and
bread and butter and tea for Mipper. I
get a cream-cake or some drojwaKoa for
dinner, but for a good whilo I've just
paid a dollar a week for my share of tho
room, and bought something; for break
fast 'most always a pie.
"You can get a splendid pi" for fivo
cents, and a pretty good one for throe;
find it's plenty, too. That's the way the
girls in tho bag-factory do. They don't
get but three dollars a week, and it takes
seventy-fire ccuts for their room, so they
haven't got anything for board.
"Mary Jones savs she's settled on
pie, because it stays by bettcr'n anything,
and once in a while 'she goes down to
Fulton Market and has somo coffee. I
do, too, but it spoils you for next day.
You keep thinking how you'd like a cup
when the chills go crawling all over
you, but it's no use."
"Couldn't it be mado in the store?
The girls could club to-gethcr, and it
would cost much less than your pies and
candv. The gas is nlwavs'burning, and
you could have a little water boiler."
"l on tion t know mucu anout stores
to think that. Why, Mr. Levy watches
liko a cat to see. we uon t cat peanuts or
candy; we're lined if he catches us, Tvo
a good mind to board at tlio Home,'
only I should hate to bo bossed 'round,
and you can't get in often, cither, it's
"But I don't mind so much now, for
you see" Katy's pale cheeks grew pink
"Jim and I don't mean to wait long.
He Jias ten dollars a week, and wo caii
mannge on that.
"He says he's 'most poisoned with
tho stuff his boarding-house keeper gives
liim, and ho wants mo to keep house. I
just laugh. That's a servant-girl's
work; 'taint mine."
How a Drummer Was Mistaken for Quito Another
Last night a sad-looking drummer ar
rived in the city. He had just made a
tour of several of the north western coun
ties, and, as he expressed it, had enough
experience in one house toward tho
"shank" of his trip to serve for years of
ad venturous reminiscence.
"Several days ago," said tho drum
mer to a party of acquaintances last
night at the Capital hotel, "I was riding
ailing through tho woods, wet, weary,
and hungry. I had hired a horse at a
farm-house, and was accompanied by a
colored boy' on another horse, who was
sent to take tho horso back when I
reached the railroad. Well, as 1 was
riding along through a country where
the road was a mere path, and where
tho woods were so thick that they re
minded me of a perpetual evening, I
was suddenly confronted by two men,
who, w ith leveled gnus, told me to hold
up my hands. I would like to have had
an explanation, but my hands went up.
Several other men advanced, and two of
them searched nie. They found a bor
rowed revolver and a watch. They did
not take the watch, but relieved wo of
' 'What's the nigger doing with you?'
one of them asked. I replied that ho
had been sent along to take back my
horse when I reached the railroad.
' 'Yes; when you reach the railroad"
one of them said. 1 asked for an expla
nation, but they cursed me. I didn't
know what to do, and it didn't seem
that they desired mo to do anything.
They tied a rope around my neck.
' 'Let 's swing linn up hero,' said ono
festive young fellow, whom I took to bo
in something of a hurry. Then they be
gan a debate. J lie coloreil boy was
frightened out of his wits. Pretty soon
they told him to go back, and to tako
my 'horso with him. To this ho readily
assented, and in a minute more I was on
the ground. I beggetl for an explana
tion. Ono man solemnly pointed to tho
ropo I wore.
" 'tillers,' remarked a lliougiiiiui-
ooking man, 'we'd bolter take him over
and see if ho is tho right man.' Tins
motion seemed to prevail. They threw
mo onto a horse behind a litllo fellow,
and 1 started "I" through the woods. It
seemed to mo that wo iiad traveled an
nge when we reached a clearing, in tho
center of which stood a small house.
Several men were gathered in the yard,
and I noticed excited women moving
around. Our arrival was. greeted with
a loud shout.
Wlmrii'a Alirnniaut-nrl t1 flinnrrhf.
fid man of our party when wo reached
tint gate. 'Abrani' would be out in a
few initiates. Ho came; an old man
with crav hair' and a hickory shirt.
" e ve cot bun, Uncle Abe,7 said tlio
man who had proposed to hung me,'
and wo ro only wait in lor tho word.'
Tho old man regarded mo for a mo
ment, and said: "Hoys, no am t tho
man. 1 urn him loose'
"Tho rono was taken from mv neck.
What was I seized for?' I asked of
'Wall, you see,' lie said, 'a feller
came along hero this iimrnin' an' tried
to steal my dog. You ain't tha man.
You can go.' I turned and walked
away. 1 had gono about two miles when
a man on a horsa overtook in. Tho
old man must soo you,1 ho said; 'hurry
oacK. . 1 'imaged: back to tlio tarn
house. The old man M as at tho gate
'What do you wantP1 I asked. 'I want
ed to say, younir fellow, that It would
be a good idea for you never, never to
Bicainoog.' 1 hen I walked ten miles
to the railroad. I havo thought tho
matter over shice, and blamed if I in
tend to steal a dog. What' 11 you all
nave?" Little Koch Uatrftc.
Tilings that will wear nro not to
uiiu i-w'iip. I, neiuer it nc a laurio
principle, n it is to endure, it miiHt
unmnUilnrr fllliLm .1 1 l...tmi
wing, may all bo had without much
nenxn! Tint. If n-,,t,i t
- , w nuiiui 1IUVU Blll'll
irnmess and permanenco, wo must
for tlinm .
GREAT Geijm DKSTRO V J'JR.
Prophylactic Fluid !
fleers ptirlfled nnd heal
ed, (langrcne pre
vented aud mrcd.
W onnd healed rtpldly.
Scurvy cured lu short
Tetter dried tip.
It lsperf.-c.ly harmless.
l reore Ibroal it Is a
VVUlBkli'ii vav ll"l""
Sick rooms purlllvd and
Fevered end airk per
sons relieved anl ro
frvened by bathing
Hulil added to tho
Soft while complexion"
sec ii red hy its use In
Impure nlr mmle turin
lees and purilted by
Kin Id about.
To purify tlio b'ealh,
elcm re the tcelh, it
can't be surpassed.
Catarrh relieved and
Burns relieved lustfully.
Removes all unpleasant
dor ,SJlUm taJ
l huleiadl' ripulcu.
Ship tVvcr prevented by
In cares of death In the
bouse, it should el
wave bo used about
tbe" corpse It will
preveui nay nuplees
ant emell. An anti
dote for anl.t al nrveK
etablc poison, sting,
Diinirerntta rfllnvlne of
rick room and hospit
als r- moved by Its tise
Yellow fever eradicated.
In fact it Is the great
Disinfectant and Purifier.
Mantifacinrlni! Chemists, 80LB PROPRIETORS.
Tl Kai hn arrrtalneri that the most inveterate
krascs of nenralffia sreenrtd by Fellows' Srrop of
Ilypophosplnten. f.-tor.iyis tnu principle nis
ease eradicated, but the path ut Is made vigorous
and strong ; thu etoiuit :b, the blood, tbe skin become
healthy, nud be obtains a new Uase of CLjoyable
1 he only satisfactory treatment of nenraleta Is h
a'renolhciiinif the nervnns system. Apeison with
strong nerves never eulf rs from tbldirease.
The virtues of Fellows' Compound rtip of Hy-
pnphosphites arc such thai other remedies arc sel
The demand for nypophOM hltes and otbor Phos
phorus preparation at Iho present dav. Is largely
owing to the good inVcts and eucrefg follow Ins? th
Introduction of this aruie In tho United Slates
I in p o r t a n t .
Should the 'nvulid hsvennv dlUcul.y in pro
curing ih" Comj'oui d Svrnp in hi vlcmitv, let him
not be rut off with any other remedy, because this
art cle hag not its equal lu tbe diseases for which
It Is riTnm mended.
NOTE. Bo tnspl'-lone of persons who recom
mend anv other silicic as "jui-t as gnoti. mo
highest class medical men In cvety large CUV,
where it imknown, recommend It.
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If you arc afflicted with hlltotifness, nso
BURDOCK 11I.00I BITTERS,
If yon are prostrated with sick, tirndackr, take
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If your blood Is lmnnre, pnrlfy It with
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If you have Indigestion, you will find an antidote in
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If you are troubled with spring compla.nts, eradi
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II yonr liver Is torpil restore It to healthy action
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If your liver Is affected you will Ondashuro restor
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If yon have any species of hnmor or pimplo, fall
not to tako BURDOCK BLOOD DITTOS.
If yon have any slmptoms of u'.cera or scrofulous
sorci, a curative remedy will be found In
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS,
For imparting strength and vitality to the system,
nothing caa equal BURDOCK BLOOD B1TTEIIS.
For Nervons and General Debility, tone np the
system with , BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
Thick (1 rtn iottli; Tiiial bottlm, IOcts.,
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and for all kinds of nia-
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1 tnkes but Utile ro.im.
It iiuvur nels out of repiilr.
It. ciimiiit blow up.
It require, mi fuel,
,, . , it lief is no ruifllH-er.
Tbnrolsnodelnvi nn fltliif tip; bo nehes in clean
awuy ; no tlra liirurni'e.e io tint ; no repair.
lug tiecessnivi noeuiil Hi U i,ny,
and it Is always rrnily for nee,
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rpIE yEEKLY gULLETIN.
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iii. - o -
Cured mr little Rlrl of til. Klin w.n afao deaf and
rtuinlj. but It cured h'-r. Hlie c m now lain and li'.r is
well a. aii) iHjiJy . Pa rKKltois, fcprliiKWiuer, Wis.
Hat been tin iiieaniof mrina my wife of rli'-nmstlim.
J. 11. FLarviiKK, FunCuillut, CeL
Made a lure cure of a ' of fl:s fur my son.
K. 1). 11 ai.ls. Iliaitsville, Kan,
Cured me of vertigo n-ur.'gb at tu-k le adsch".
tin I. Wm. Usksom. Aurora, IIL
Wutbemeauiof curing my wlfu nf .paimi.
llKf. J. A. Kims. Uvsver, Pa.
amaki r.i xr.uvixr.
Cured m of aiihnm. atn r si-ndin2 over S ftt with
viherdeoinrs. k. It IlonioN, hew Alluuf, lad.
Effectually cured ino of j ims.
Mis Javfis Warsi.
HOWrit Vaullun oSt. thlcwu, IIL
Cun-d our child of flu afti r alvea up to die by ear
family phyalrian It h.4Vln-r ov.-r :i In 21 hours.
, lU-ar Kxib. Vervllla, Warren Co., Tcoa.
HVn 1RIT.1M XERVIXE
Cored me of scrofula aft- rufT.-r(n for right years.
ALaaar eiiamo.i, 1'oona, III.
AM A II IT AX XEKVI.NF.
Ctirl iy son of His. aft.-r spen.llng no with ether
doctor.. ' J. W. Tmisx ro. UsIUom, Milt,
Cnnvl me p,-r:nnrn'ly of epIMpiu- fits of a stnhHora
cuuracler. Iter. V. Marhn. M-claulc4toa;o,IU.
Cured my son of ft, after having hid tvo In ciuhtca
luobliis. Mk. K. Fobk. W -t Poisditta, X. V.
Cured me Of cU.-ntr of nine years' standlnf .
Onaoy. Nswioa Co., Wo.
Flu pcrmaneutly eurt-d m of rpllrnsy of many yeara
durstluo. Jous btraa. bU Joaepo, Ms.
Cured me of hroucbltli. Iith and g n-fTi di-wilty.
olivcu MrsK. Ironioo, Ohio.
Tv enrrd liiu ul Militni: si rofuU of ninny yare
siuiiii. ImcJslu loviiikiou, Ky.
, M.tMARIT.lX XERVIXE
tur-'lmeof tl". llvcl. e:i well f..rnr.-T four yMrs.
CUAUXk.!, K. Cl'RTi. Ouku l..ut.u Co.,M.i,u.
nam a it it a rnvir.
Cured a frl oi o mim ho tt ok dr.i; . vrrr Mity.
t M41.IUEI.O CuNsiiu. iililiiiray, Pa.
Has p'rn:au.:iily ror -i m of ri'ii- i-it- n-.t
Dtrii) Tcanui,!-. 1 s Mo n' Iowa.
Cun.-dmy wif.. ol tpil t.y of n y.-.ir. "'an-ilre
lltxavC'LAet Fviiii-.d. Mich.
CuKd D'.y wituol a U'.rv.ni. (ii-M- . f II, h
E. Orah am. Nor h II y. Pa.
Ciir-d mv hju of flu. Ilei,rii' h'd a lit for about
four rrs. .Iiim.i Hvi.
Woodl.urn Macuiln Co., 111."
SAMARITAN - NERVINE
Ii EOU 8 A EE
BY AIL, IRUGQISTS
Or nmy be hsd dln-ct fn-m n. For fnrh Inlimna.
tio'i !ncl'-' 1'imii f.r n-ir llluitr!-d J.niruai giving
evidences of i um, Ad lr is
Hit. ts. A. Itlf TIMOXD A CO.,
World's tplli ptlo Instbute,
ST. JOSEPH, MO
HAVE BEEN IMITATED,
And their cxcollcr.t ropuUtion in
jured by wortlUcsdimitatiOEB. Tho
Public aro cautioned ngainBt buy
ing PlfiBtors having similar sound
ing nnmo3. Geo that tho word
C A P-C I IT E ia correotly spoiled.
Aro Iho only improvement ovor
mado in Plasters.
Oiio is worth moro than & dozen
of any other kind.
Will positively euro whero other
remedies will not oven roliovo.
Pxico 5 cents,
Eowaro of choap Plastors mado
with lend poisons,
Maimf'iclurlnR ChemlslsNew York.
A' VTUtfll ',1ir.lV VI' l,AT. PrlroV.Vrta'.
MEAD'S Medicated CORN ind liUNION PUS ICR.
GRAY'S SfEClFIG MEDICINE.
Tho Oreat Ene-
llsh remedy, An
ti i) fill 1 1 n i curn for
poteucv . id all
of solf-iilms"! aHAftA-iV
Iiihn of louninrr. "-n-..v.vi
Boforo Tahllia..mraaM life
dlnini'ss nf vision, iireniniuro old are, d many
other dlsi ne that .lead to insanity, consumption
or a preniiilinu frnvi'.
Jiy-full Biilctliira In our pamphlet, which we
desluo tosund free bv liuill to eviirvonu, "ffT!ie
ripKclilc Muitlcliio Is sold hv nil tlrtiirulsts at $1 per
iiucasifo, or fix pitcuiiiree mr t or will be sent free
bv mull on recuipt nf flie nmiiev, bv nddresslntf.
i ll n. UHAl al MUCIN K CO.,
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