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Tlrt DAILY CAIRO, BULLETIN: THURSDAY MOBNINtf. APRIL C, 1882, .
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For eqnarterof a century or mora Hostctter'e
Btomaea Bitters hat been the reigning specific tjt
Indication, dyspopsia, fever Bud ARtie, a loss of
physical stamina, liver complaint and; other disor
ders, and Mi been most emphatically In-orsod by
?iedlcal men as a health and s'reiiRth restorative,
t counteracts i tendency to premature decay, and
vustaineand comforta the aced and infirm.
For tale by all Druggist and dealer generally.
' IXVALOIBLE FOB
Sprain: Barns, fcralrU, Bmlwa, Sore
ntK ubruiuaitNiii, Holla, Ulcer, old
bona. Toothache, llradarhe, More
Throat, Asthma, Hoaraeness,
JTStTS 1. FtLTOS, D. P., Brooklyn. K.T.
rswtatf ttsnlf to be a seceRaity in our home."
P. 1.VHKTKRVELT, SI. IK, Xashvill. Tenn.
" Have ttaod larga quantities of l'OND'H EXTRACT
In my practice."
Hr. 8. IU JtrCOUD, Matron, Iloms of Destitute
Children. "V find it inout cfllcociom and ue
lul." Cantlon.-POSD'S EXTRACT 1i lold on(y in
bottle with the namo blown in the glass.
T It 1 unsafe to nae other article with our
direction!. luaiat on bavins POND'S EITIUCT.
Jiefuse all Imitation! and substitute. ,
SPECIAL rRKPAHATIONS OF POKD'3 EE.
TltAOT COMHLNED WITH TITR PUKEST
AXD MOST DELICATE PEKFCiLEd
FOIl LAD1W J30UDOIH.
TOWS EXTU.UT 50c, $1.00 and $1.75
Toilet Cream 1.00 Catarrh turo "
Toilet Konpl3 cakes) f,0
Ointment ... 60
I1IMICT. . (.
Inhaler (fflass 60c.) 1.0
Nasal Syrlnre .
Medicated Paper... Si
Ordcra amounting to $3 worth, aent express free
en reoaipt of money or P. O. order.
IOui New Paui'iilet wttu History or orn
fjLti-AJuiTioxs, Br.sT 1'IiEE oh atpucatium to
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
14 W. 14th St., New To?,
It a preparation of Protoxide of Iron, reruvlatl
Mark and tls Phosphatea, associated with the
VegeUble Aromatic. Endorsed by the Medical
Profession, anil recommended by them for lya
rpala.fieneral llrblllty. ilr !
rairt, Hanlor Vitality, Srvoaa Proa
tratlon, (onvaleirenrf from feeri
ana I'taronle '" nrvca
every vn'" "here a Toxic In necessary.
Buaftftiirei bj The Dr. Barter Medicine Co., St. Lonii
Th followlnn la one of tho very many testimo
nials we are receiving dallyi
SnUmi:Knmi three month afro I bepan tho
tie of lu. Haiitku's liiw.N 'IOnic, upon tlie ad.
vice of nisny friends who knew lit virtues. I M
Mfferimr from srcnernl debility 1o auch an extent
that my labor was exceed liifrly burdensome to me.
A vacation of a month did not (rive me niuch re
lief, but on the contrary, waa followed by In
created prostration and sinking chills. At thla
time 1 ornan the use of your Ikon Tojiic, from
which 1 realized almost Immediate and wonderful
mull. The old energy returned and I found tint
my natural force waa not permanently abated. I
hare utcd three bottles of the Tonic, fclnce using
It I liave done twice the labor that 1 ever did In tha
lime time durliiB my Illness, and with double the
ease. With thu tranquil nerve nnd vhtorol body,
lias com also a clearness of thnucht never before
enjoyed. If the Tonic has not done the work, 1
know not what. 1 Rive it the credit.
MoH grateful I y yoiim,
J. 1'. WATSON,
Troy, 0., Jan, t, 1878. Pastor t hrlntlan Church,
. ''Sale by Druggist and. General Dealers Every whir
THE GREAT CURE
la It 1 for all diseaaes of the KIDNEYS,
LIVER AND BOWELS.
It eleaaaM the system of th acrid polnon
that oauie the droadful sunerinc whtoh
only the vlotUn of EhcumatUm can realia.
THOUSANDS OF CASES
of th worst form! of thli terrible dieea
have been quickly relieved, In a short Urn
aa kaa waadtrral suere, and an Immense 1
ala In every pars of tlie Country, ia nun
died of ouea it baaoured where all el had
Mld. Ht mild, but efBoleut. f.'KKTAS,i
IN IT At'TlUM,1)Uinarraiesinaiieam.
HrItelaMS, atrenrthea aailtvMnw
Mr toallthalraportantorganaor the body.
Th natural action of th Kidney 1 restored.
To Liver it eleaniedoralldlaeMS.and th
Bowels move freely and healthfully. In thla
way the wont disease ar radius ted from
A it ha been proved by tfcotuaada that
lath moat effeotual remedy tor oleanatng the
syaum of all morbid eoretlona. 1 1 should b
ud in every hoatehoiO as a
Always eura UIUOUHNEfla. LON8TTPA-
T10N, PILES and all rZUAXB Dtaraes.
Is put nplnllrf Te(eUble Farm In tin cans,
an peek sin of which nitkrsSnuaru tnedlcln.
Also in Meuld Frt, vtry 'trtee f or
the eonreulenee of tlmm wnoranmtrramirpre
par it. II Of l (( al eflnen ' titMrform.
GET IT Of-TOUR BUUOniST. I'ltlCT. ll.Ot
HKI.I.S, UICIIAU1IS0M A Co.. Prop's.
(Will send the dry n-ne.hl. HI III INGTO. ?T.
amiuiin''rcra.T I renpniiic
A fwfkUU' bulofuiiuutauture
1 v rn Miiniin:iit;i nun w nu i Hiuttj
CURE FOR AIL KINDS OF PILES,
Poll bv lirnrrtetn pven-wnero. Priee. t', iS'prr hf
prcHii'if lir umil. KamiiV't si'Ot frrt in t'hyvtrlnita
Corn Pone and "Haown Pupu,"
Jint after the close of the rebellion I
win einploveil fl! tniVeller Iv ft linn in
Leavenworth, huvin all tin) Stryto of
Knnn for my ranvnsslnjr proumlv. I
tiitvcliMl In a larjic, nivrreil prin wiij;.
wi, with live trunks of Haniples.. Liitn
oim afternoon, in the autumn of Vi, in
I was ver the prairie down
townrd'Fort Scott, I fell in with a joiin'
man on horsebaek goins in ,m'
(li reel fon. Wc cxehangeil saint al ions
time of (lav, eto. He was a nobby fowl,
lavender lie, kid glove, low-neeked
alioes plaid unit, a genuine la-do-daher.
Seing he was a M ranger, I asked his biz,
where from, where at, and nil that. He
was from "Bosting, by thundah," in
triHluuing a new'uponl llireail. "Tho
Htrawngest thread vo over saw, by thun
Wo stopped for the night at tho ranch
kept bv an old woman in Israel, from
Missouri, who dished up every, thing in
the most primitive manner. There was
bacon, potatoes, hoiuiny.corn pone, etc.
Accustomed to such fare, I jiitehed in
with a wolfs appetite, after hiy dav'u
hard ride, but noticed, when 1 got the.
wire o(rr ir. that thu Boston acmiaint-
ance whs not going for hi grub Willi,
that energy which would imlleuto "great
goneness'in tho region of the stomach.
He picked up a bit of corn onc, broke
it apart, gazed at it attentively, pulled
some ohort brown things riut of it, laid
them beside his plate, tried a bit of the
bacon and potatoes, then another bit of
the pono with more examination, ami
more short brown things pulled out and
laid aside. Finally, the landlady, seeing
all was not right.with him, came round
to his side of the table, lowered her specs
from forehead to nose, inspected the
small mound of short brown hair beside,
his plate, and, in a very high, squeaky,
falsetto voice, exclaimed, "Wal! 1 swnw!
ower boys hov got a great notion of rosin'
liaown pups, an1 to save my soul Ivan't
keep them ditwgs from aleopin' in tho
There was no farther call for corn none
at that meal from any of us, and my
new friend remarked that ho "ncvali
knew anv thing like it in Bosting, by
numdah'. K. P., in Indianapolis
During the War, says a Washington
letter, while the bloodiest battles on tha
Potomac were being fought, the Soutn
crn and Northern troops fraternized on
this spot, and not a shot was lired nor t
blow exchanged on the domain of Mount
Vernon. It was neutral ground. Tho
soldiers exchanged coffee and tobacco
and lolled amicably together under the
trees, then went back to shooting and
killing each other as soon as they were
off tho sacred ground. The most irrev
erent scoffer must walk with reverence
through the ancient frame house in
whicli so much of our history is em
balmed. Hanging in the hall is the
great kev of tho Bastile, sent to Wash
ington by Lafavette, and near it is the
(lenerars field-glass hung on its rack by
Washington himself nnd never ilistur!-
ctl. Of all tlie memories of Mount Ver
non none are more interesting than
those of Kleanor Curtis poor Nelly,
who died at 22, and was her stepfather's
net. In one room stands her harpsi
chord, un imnienso machine, just tho
size of n prniid piano of the present day,
with two banks of keys like an organ.
Beside it are Koine nneiont blue chairs
embroidered by her dead fingers a cen
tury niro. In tho grounds stands her
rosebush, beside whicli, tradition says,
she received her iirst offer, and which
the guileless ."lid credulous of her sex
tire persuaded to walk around six times
to bring a similar event about. One of
the ingenuities of the Regents of Mount
Vernon was to have magnificent Turk
ish rugs made to resemble as far as pos
sible the rag carpets which were tho
floor coverings in Martha Washington's
day, and for that purpose scraps of the
rag carpets were sent abroad to be as
nearly simulated as possible. And way
up high, under the roof, is a little hip
roofed, dormer-windowed rookerv.which
after den. Washington's death, his wid
ow chose as her own room, because it
was from that window only that a view
could be had of the hideous brick tomb
in which the mortal part of the General
It is a noticeable fact that not one of
our coekneyized American literary de
tractors of America is from the South.
It is vastly to tho credit of that section
that it never raises snobs. Whatever
else the Southern man mav be ho is al
ways an American oven if always dis
tinctively Southern and he never seeks
to bo anything else. He is at least self
respecting in this regard. He is its proud
of his nativity as a Scotchman. It may
mean poverty and crudity, but it is his.
Ho spreads himself out over its worst ns
well as its best elcnieiitsiind resents w ith
intense dudgeon any imputation upon
either. Ho may repudiate public obli
gations and renounce the "Yankee"
end Of the body politic, but whether ho
i be in- fcondon or I'aris ho is always a
Southerner and ready to do liattie lor
, the excellence ami pre-eminence ol the
South. This spirit hns prevented dis
tinctively Southern writers fiom Joining
in this anti-American crusade. Our
Madk from Harmless Material, and
adnpted to the needs of fading nnd fulling
hnir, Parker's Hair Balsam hns taken tho
first rjnk as nn elegant ami reliable hair
State o( Illinois,
") In tha Alexander Cnun
Vs. tv Circuit court. May
Alexander Countv. I Term A. D. ISsa
Alexander (loldimllb, Ike V Klaw and Charles
schener, firm oflioldsmllh, Klaw is, Co.-Plaint-ills.
filrsns- A Co. Wefendaat.
Notice Is herehv irlven that a suit bv attachment
has been commenced In said court In favnr of tho1
abova named plaintiff against the estate of said
defendant for the sum ot three hundred and ninety-live
dollars. Now. therefore, unless said de
fendants shall appear on the Ant day of the nest
term of sa'd court, to be holdou at the court house
in Cain, on tho BtU day of May, A. P 1MJ and
give hail and ploan as required by law, Judgment
win ie enierea agaiusi them and tn ei'iaio o at
tached sold. ALEX. II IHVJN, Clerk.
Cairo, Illinois, March Hist, IHS2.
Our. A Oimiriit, Plaintiff Attorney.
LOSt MANHOOD RESTORED.
A vlotlm of youthful tmnrudouco canslng Prrma
mre Decay, Kcrvoua Debility, Jni Manhoei, etc;,
bavin, tried In vain every known remedy, hits dls
covered a simple self our, which lio will semi 'tfHr'.E
Vi Id Mlnw.sufferers. adlri:as J. H, lU'.l'.t I'.,
ii thai ham ft.. 2- -
GREAT Gkxuc DESTROYER.
l lcuri purl fled nnd heal
ed, (.anureiie pro
vented and cured.
Wounds healed rapidly.
tkurvy cured lu short
Toiler dried up.
For sore throat It Is a
r..i.i. .It,! rot Mil
8lrk rooms purined ana
Kevered and sick per
son reiu-vea nn r
frcenvd bv batlilne
rlnid added to the
Soft white complexions
secured by Its use in
Ship fever prevented by
In cares of dentl) In the
house, It should al
ways he need about
the corpse It will
prevent auy unpleas
ant smell. An anti
dote lor aoln al or vet
Diablo poisons, stink's,
Impure air modo harm
less ana punnco ny
To purify tho breath.
Cleanse) inn teem, iv
can't bo aurnassed.
Catnrrb relieved and
V at.tj.l rtl.Mft
Kcsre prevented .
Remove all unpleasant
Dnnirerons efflnvlaa of
sick rooms ana nospiv
als removed by its nse
Yellow lover eraaicaiea,
In fact it Is the great
Disinfectant and Purifier-.
Manufacturing Chemists, 80LK PROPRIETORS
Owing to a popular Idea lhata ren.edy said to
cure a variety or maladlea snouia oe ireaieo won
caution. If not simpleton, the Inventor hesitated
.nm. timrt in tiliurln It before theDubllc: but fiom
th- ..ruilMnu a.nnrunce bv a treat Lumber of the
... vltulilmr and health renewtuif properties of
his preparation of Ilypuphosphltes, nuder a varle-
ty ofcircnm'ance ue is tquany nwutu in
tnene r fleet are se'liren lv lie ne, mat lis acnon
Is peculiar to hi preparation, ana mat lousump
lion Is not only cnruble, but, np to a certalu staire,
Is as easily controlled as roost other organic dls
While It Is the aim of the Inventor to convey In
fnrmiitlnn insucli a reoutrii h.a HvDophosphlles
It is his firm belief lhat its nso will bo valuable to
li uiwi rte.lrn lonu llfo or who are str'JL'ulInK lor
health. Witn a faith based npon the experience of
twelve years, be would not despair fit restoring a
patient suffering from the above named disease,
even though reduced to a very low state and not
comp Heated by actual organic loss.
Kl.nt. Mich.. May loth, lWi.
Di-srHir! Allow me to sav that I esteem yon
"llypophospbltes" most highly, snd for those en
r,c. uA I.. urnfelnn which draw lamely on th)
m.rvoiia ,vii m It is Invaluable. I have used It my
self with the most sntlslaciory results and have in
troduced It to a large mi mher or my neopie.
KKVKRKND R. W. HAIRR.
I'astor M. Mlchuel's Catholic Church
For Sale by all DrngglaU
If you suffer from dyspepsia, nse
IIURDOCK BLOOD BITTKRi.
If you are afflicted with blllonsnesa. nse
AURDUC'K BLOOD BHTKRS,
If yon are prostrated with sick headache, take
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
If your bowels ate disordered regulate them with
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If your blood Is Impnre, purify It with
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTKRS
If you have Indigestion, you will find an antidote in
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
Ifyon are troubled with spring compla.nts, erndl
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II your liver la torpid restore It to healthy action
wllh BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS,
If yonr liver li affected yon will And a shure wstor.
atlvo In BURDOCK BLOOD BIT7ERS.
If you have any specie of humor or pimple, fall
not to take BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If you have any slmptoms of ulcers or icrofnloa
aores, a curative remedy will be found Id
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
For Imparting strength and vitality to the system,
nothing ean equal BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
For Nervous and General Debility, tone up the
system with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
1'itici f 1 rr.s. bottle ; Tbial bottles, IOcts,
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tJ CURES FITS. M4J
hb NEVER FAILS.
Cured my llule Hlrl of fits. Hie ws also deaf and
dumb, hut It cured h' r. Klie ean now lalk and h'r a
well as n) bmly. riTEM Ko.s. bprtnuwaier. WI
Uia been the means of eurlni my wife of rheiimsitim.
J. 1). Kl-ircnsa. Furt Collins Col
Uade a sure cure of a e.e of Its for my son.
E. U. Htix. lllsttsvllle, Kan.
Cared mi of vert!g' nenrirl and sick hfailach-.
Mas. Wa. IUnson. Aurora. III.
Waa the mcnsuf curlnif my wife of rrns.
Iliv, J. A. toi. Ik aver. Pa.
AM A HIT AX NCKTISfR
Curdme of asthma after spendln over sS 07) wttsl
ether dwclors. b. K. Honsow. hew Albany, lad,
BAM A KIT A NERTIKS
tSectually cured me of snum.
Mm JitvtB Wa.
710 W?sl Vsu Bureo l. Chicago. IX
Cured oar rhtld of flis after alven up to die by ear
faiallr physician. It having over mi la 31 hour.
lla.NB K.isa. Vervllls, WsirenCo.. fena.
Cured me ol Krufuia aftersiiffrrinc for elht yesr.
Albibt Biarso.s. I'euria, 111.
Cared mr Sua of (lis, fter spending 1. m) with other
dvciors. J. W. Taor.MToa. Cislbora. si s.
Cored me pcrminemly of epileptic Bis of a toMwr
character, liar. Wa. MBTiN.MeehaolrMows,M4.
Cared my son of (lis. after having had t Hti In etfhieen
months. Ma. K. Fuass. West I'oisdain. . 1".
Cured me Ol epilepsy of nine years' standing.
Gr.niij. NewionCo.. Mo.
fts prrmanratly eur- d me of epilepsy of mny yer
duratlua. Jauobsotsb. bu Joseph, Mo.
Cured mc u( bronchitis, a.ilim and general d bnity.
ULivsa Mreas, Ironioo, ublo.
Tins cured mt ul asthma: a ryf ula of many year
ataadiiitt. iiAAcJs.SLL. tovlngtoa. Ky.
Cured me of fo Hare been well f.,f o,er four yer,
Iiublsi K Ct'ans. ikls. Uuiiaiass Co..M.ub.
Ofred a friend o! mine hn had m- si;'. a very bsdly.
UfcniXLtJ CuSNoa. ltldgw.f, t'a.
Has permanently cuivd m" r.f epi.'ptic r):
IIavio TtsMBLT. l s M'Wnes, Iowa.
Cured my ifi ul tptl pr of l yers s-.ri.ilpr
Hsnsv C'Lsaa y.iraeid. MU-h.
Cured my wifu( a aen.ju. dl-.se f ih h- sd.
K. Ubabab. North Hvik, Pa.
Cored my son o( O.a, lie h But h.d a at for a'wut
(ourye.rs. Jii lns.
Woodbura Mscoopln C , IX
SA3I AHITA N N E H VI N E
IS FOR SALE
BY ALL DKUOGrlSTS
Ormsyhe had direct from ni For fnnher Intorma
Ilonuiclow .i.iunfor our iilustruo-d Jjurua. giucg
ctUkuct of can s. Ad )r
Oil. S. A. RirnMOND A CO
World's Epileptic Institute,
ST. JOSEPH, MO
Havo Signed or Endorsed tho
Me)ro Soabury A Johnscm, MsnnfawliJ
ing ChemiaU, 81 Pltt St., New York t
Oeintlaman :-For the part fw yesrs ws
bsT sold Tssrious Imkiids of Porous Plw
tors. Phyaiclans snd the Pnblio praftt
TtemwoTi'w Crtprln Parrma Plawtsr to all
nthara. WeoonaidoT Uiomoniof UiaTary
few nliablo bounahold reinedlesi worthy
of eoti&denoo. Thef ura superior to sll
other Porous Piavsters or IMUmmaf tat
Bnvncm'ii Caprlnrt PlrortT aTiM
Parnuictiutlcal product, of th highest
order of merit, snd so reoogaise Vf
phrsioiaos snd druKsTiets.
When other remedies fU fw
son's Capcine Plseter.
Ton will he dieeppoint If '"y
cheap Plsetere, Wnlments, Psds or Beo
A MEA Mei CORN fcr-i BUNIOM PU8TSI.
OKAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TRAOK MaSfc, Tho Great KnK-
nnlnllluu cur for
poiencv r..id all
ulsea-es thnl folow
a a sotiiiunco
of solf-nbiiHt!) )),.uiiA
.J"M1J- 1 w loss til nioilllirv, -o.q Br
grills sssu . w -
dimness of vision. ircmnitiro oin ss0, q man:
ollmr ulseiiso iiiBi lean so memoir, consnmpnoi
or a nrematur vrave.
rilll urtliiuinio ih win I'uui IIIIV,, WHICH "
deslar to solid free bv niall lii evervone, fr"Tb
MpiirincModlcliio Is sold bv all druggist at 91 I'
nscaaife, or six pnekntrea for Jfi, or will he sent Ire
tayriill iiarticumrs id onr numpnivt, wnirn "
UV niBUOU (uvvioi 01 iiu iiiooct, iiv nioir'-eins
T1I& UKAY MKDICINR CO.,
is . . VI V
Bold Id Cairo bv fuu.
Mm -. bhi iAA