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TIIK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING. APRIL 8. 1882.
For a quarter of a century or more Hoatcttor f
Btoraach B.tter has becu tlieel(;iiliiR specific fur
tadlgi'Stiun, dvapt'psla. fovrr Bi.d ague, a 1" f
Shyelcal stamina, liver complaint and other (llsir
ern, and baa been mom emphatically indorsed by
medical men as a health and ilrnlh restorative.
It eonntcrerts a tendenry to premature decay, ana
linsteinsand com forta the aged and Infirm. '
For sale by all Drngirists ul deal"" generally.
' ISVALTJABLE FOB
prntna. Iltirn, Hralcla, Bnilapa, Korea
nrmit, Ubrumatlfini, llolN, Mrer. old
burnt, Toothache, llrndarlie, Noro
Throat, JLnthma, Honrrucag,
Vc. VC. 1kc.
JTSTIX T. FTLTON, D.V, Brooklyn, N. T
"Proving Itself to bo a necessity in our home."
P. a.YVKSTKKVELT, M. !., Nashville. Tnnn.
Hare used largo quantities of POKD'a LXTIUCT
tn my practice."
Ira. 8. 11. MrCOUI). Matron, Homo of Destitute
Children. "Wo find It most efficacious and uie.
Cmitlon.-rOND'S EXTRACT la sold ony In
V)tUes with the nemo blown tn the glass.
" It la unsafe to use other artlclos with onr
directions. Insist on haviDa POND'S XT1UCT.
Itcfuse all Imitations and substitutes, ,
erKHAT, PREPARATIONS OP TONTVS EX.
IBAfT COM BIN KI) WITH TT1K PUKEST
AND MOST DFXICATK l'EKKUimj
FOU LADIES' I30UD0IB.
roXD'S F.XTll.U'T 60c., $1.00 ami $1.75
Tellet Cream 1.00
Catarrh Cure "ft
. Mp SaWe Si
Inhaler (Glass COo.) 1.00
Nasal Syrlnire 85
Medicated Paper... Si
Orders amounting to $5 worth, sent express free
en receipt of money or P. O. order.
BrOvn Nkw I'AMi-iii.rr witu Hiptoiit or ora
PlUU-AAATIOKS, 8KNT 1'UXE ON AFPIJCATIOX 10
POND'3 EXTRACT CO.,
14 W. 14th St.. New YoTk.
Is a preparation of Protoxide of iron, Peruvian
park and tlie Phosphates, associated with the
Vegetable Aromatlcs. Endorsed by the Medical
Profeiilon. and recommended by tlicm for lye
rpslav. tJeneral lirbllltr, Femalo !!
Wanlof Vitality, noa Pro,
trntlon, tonvalnrrnrf from fever
aadt'hronloChilUnnd fr. It sent
arsry purpose where a Tonic Is necessary.
I&DBf&ctorod by The Dr. Barter Medicine Co, St. Lcail.
The following la one of the Terr many tcitlmo
tlali ws are receiving dally I
Gnilmtn:-Rome throe months ago I bernn the
dh of Lh. II AHTiii'H liiw Tonic, upon the ad
Vice of many friends who knew Its virtues. I waa
suffering from general debility to such an extent
that aiy labor was exceed I lurly burtleiisonie to me.
A vacstlonof a month did not (tlvc me much re
lief, hut on the contrary, waa followed by In
creased prostration and glnkln chills. At thla
time I brgan the ue of your jhon Tome, from
which I realised almost liniuedlale and wonderful
rraulta. The old eiicryy returned and 1 found that
my natural force was not permanently slutted. I
have used three holtleaof the Tonic, bliicc using
It 1 have dune twice the labor that 1 ever did In the
same time during my Illness, and with double the
ease. With the. tranquil nerve and vlgorof body,
baa come also a e lenrncts of thouiiht never before
enjoyed. If the Tonic has not done the work, I
know not what. 1 rive It the credit.
Must gratefully yours,
J. J WATHOW,
Troy, 0., Jan. 1, 1HT8. Pastor Christian Church.
by Dniggliti and General Dealer Everywhere
THE GREAT CURE
Aa it Is for all diseeaea of the KIDNEYS,
LIVER AND BOWELS.
It eleanaes the intern of the acrid poira
that oauaea the droadful auffiirtng whiob
only the vioUms of Oncumatiain oan r alias.
THOUSANDS OF CASES
of the wont forma of thla terrible disease
have been quiokly relieved, In short time
aaeaaaweaaernil surecss, and an Immense m
aala loavarr cartof the Countrr. In nun
aradaofoaseslthaaouredwhsrsall else had
tolled. It is mild, but efnolent, CKKTA1N
IN ITi ACTION, but Dermises in all oases.
I Vlt elMasee. Streaelheas sd alves New
Lira to all the Imporuntorganaof the body, ft
The natural aetlonof the Xidosjs is restond.
The Uver laeleanaedof alldlseoM.and the
Bowels move fieely and healthfully. In Wis
way the wont dlaeeaee are eradloat4 tram
Aa tt has been treeed by theusanda tbat
i la tbemoeteSootual remedy foroleaoslng the
syetemof all morbid aeereUona. It should be
need In every nousenoia aa a
Alwave euree DILIOUBNEBD, CONBTTTA
TIOM. mH and all riSatAI.I Ulsoasos.
Is put np In Itry Vegetable Farm, In tin cans,
one park.tr. of wlilrli makiwtuarts inKtlflnt,
Also la Ueale Ferm, very Oeneentratrdfor
the einrenlriu.'i! of thins nuc.nnoirraaily rre-
perelt. XI ae( trilh rfi( tffletney laIArona.
on rr or Torn duchiiist. ruiricii.et
WEI.I.K, KICIIAUnsOX A Co., I'rop'a,
I (Will send the dry pl4 gl lll.lniTQI. TT,
Ir. S. Cilsbo's Eztcmal PilcEcmod?
Uires Initantellnf and li an tnf alllhie
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF FILES,
tVild byDrtDfplrU"Vrrywiieri. Pr1cr,l impi-f ,.,
prttxiHt by tnull, Kami t Sf"t Jri ' lo I hV'Icti ni
end altaiiff'Tera, ty H. fensinmlter A o Kov li.its.
siw 'ufk;il. bvlulaauuiauturcrsut"JfiiiActi,
L INFLAMMATIONS J
Oanglit in His Own Trap,
Henry Sullivnu live, as many oilu;r
miners do, tiiitin-ly h1oih, in :t liltlo loj;
ciiliin attlio lieatlof llui'kcyu pult'li, s:iv
tliu LeadvUlt) l.'hronirk. Anions tlifl
totils nntl itrtii'U'H in his litiinbln placRof
nboilo was it laro Htwl trap, suoh n in
iin'tl in nnti'liln bears nnd heavy jariio.
Its slinM', when opon, was oltl, but
when tin 8irinr, was touchwl two Hi'ts
if crui'l twth sprang toother, closing
on whatever happened to bo in rane,
be it man or beast. Tim trap had not
been used for ft long time, nnd stood
open in a cornpr of the place. Lately it
occurred to Sullivan that the trap might
do some damage in that condition, nnd
accordingly ho pulled it out to the mid
dle of the floor to close it up. In its
long period of disuse the springs had be
come rusty nnd the .working portion of
it stuck together, refusing to operate.
Sullivan labored with it for quite a
time, and then becoming angry, picked
up a hatchet and began hammering at
it. Still the jaws rcfuserl to shut and
without thinking of the consequences he
thrust his foot against the lever and
struck it again.
At that instant there was a crash, and
the teeth sprang shut, pinning him just
above tho ankle. The springs were of
tho most powerful milke, and thero was
no unlocking them when they had once
caught. Siiilivan, in Lis ngonv, felt his
very bones crack under tho dcath-liko
grip, and half fainted ns he sank to the
lloor. Then, nerving himself for a des
perate efl'ort, he wrenched at the stout
iron with both Jiandn, but without loos
ening it the fraction of nn inch. Half
rtn hour of pain and terror followed, and
a new idea occurred to him. Tho trap
was fastened at tho base with heavy
screws, bolted at either side. A wrench
lay within reach, and grasping it with
the strength of desperation he succeeded
at last in untightening the bolts. Tho
steel bars dropped apart, and he was
It is needless to enlargo upon his
journey of a mile and a half up the gulch,
and how he was carried to this city.
His injuries are of such a nature, that
ho may possibly yet suffer the amputa
tion of his foot
Flogging an Indian.
One rainy afternoon, five or mx Ore
gon pioneers were seated around a rusty
old stove, gossiping about old times.
One of them told the story of a first set
tler of Corvallis, ISenton County, who
came into the country about 18l.. There
were jilenty of Indians in the vallcv,
Kliek-i-tnu"and Calapoovas, ami only
two fir three white families. Tho old
man used to leave home for a, week at a
time to work in Oregon City. He had
to walk the sixty mi It's there and back,
and pack Hour anil bacon on his back.
"Did the Indians show themselves at
the cabin .while he was gone?"
"Once a pack of them went to the
cabin and were very sauev, finding only
tho old lady at home. They crowded
into the bouse and began to help them
selves to whatever they could lay their
hands upon, but the old lady took the
axe and made them clear out.
"When the old man camo home, sho
told him about it. lie kept out of sight,
nnd in n day or two back camo the In
dians. The redskin they called the chief
came into the cabin liiul began to lay
hold of anything ho fancied.
"Then the old man walked quietly in
to the doorway with a rille on bis arm.
He looked the thief up nnd then said to
" 'Do you see that bunch of twigs
over the fire-place? You take them nnd
fro through that fellow while the twigs
"lie then made a step towards the In
dian, and said, 'You raise a finger
against that woman, and I'll take you
"The old lady took the twigs and used
them lustily on the Indian's back. She
actually beat him round tho house till
there wasn't a whole twig in the bunch.
"You should have seen the crowd of
twenty or thirty Indians rUindiug there,
fairly in ccMasfes of laug, tcr to see the
while squaw Hog the chief. Ho made
the quickest lime on record back to their
camp as soon as she let him go, and tho
crowd never bothered that cabin a-rain."
Just before New Year's Day a young
Farisian happens in upon a dealer in
curios, and finds him in despair; the
dealer has just broken an elegant and
very costly Sevres vase.
'I'll buy those bits of you," says tho
visitor, with a shrewd air.
"Hul it is impossible to put them to
"Never mind about that. Tut them
into a box and tie it up carefully, ami
send the package to Madam V."
Then, throwing down a five-franc
piece, the young prodigal goes his way,
muttering, "Capital iiltui! She'll think
it was broken on the way!"
The day after New Year's ho goes to
pay his respects to .Madam V. "I have
received jour singular present," sho
said to him.
"Singular?" Why?" ,
And sho exhibits to tho stupefied
young Man the separate fragments of
ihc va.su carefully wrnpped up in tissue
paper, each piece by itself. The dealer
hud been rather too careful that timet
His Weak Spot.
A young man who prides himself on
his witticisms, and who, unfortunately
happens to be addicted to drink oneo in
a while, recently became neqiuiliitoil
with a young lady at a friend's house.
IIopinr to show his wit, he graciously
"Mim , iluvv ,0 you like Mr.
"Mr. Wright? What Mr. Wright?"
mused the young lady.
"Why. ihe man who always does
right," ho replied, with a simper.
"Oh, yes, I see! and you, sir," sho
added quickly, "how do you like Mr.
I I nil ? What, Hull do you mean?"
'Why, itleo-llall," sho said.
Tho young man has sinco reformed.
An individual styling himself "Dr.
Itoinan, King of Dentists," is galnin"
great deal of advertising in Cincinnati.
Ho rides around town In a hack and
stopping at corners jerks out the nchimr
molars of nil who apply for nothing. Ho
s dressed In fantastic colors, nnd upon
lis bund rests a crown, to signify that ho
Is tho king of luuUi-Jerkeri.
GRKAT Gkum DESTROY ER.
Prophylactic Fluid !
Ulcirs purified and heal
ed. (Innurene pre
vented aud cured.
Wounds healed rapidly.
Scurvy cured In short
Toiler dried up.
It isperfecly harmless.
For sore throat II la a
Ship fever prevented by
'In raxes of death in thu
houne, It should al
ways be ned about
thu curpse It will
prevent any uupless
ant smell. An anti
sole for anl'i a) nrveg
tahlo poisoua. stlDKS,
Dancron efflnvtes of
lick rooms and hosptt
tin removed by Its tis
Yullow fever eradicated,
Hick rooms puriucd ana
Fevered and ltilc per
sons relieved and rci
fresnod bv bathliiK
Mn hi added to tho
Soft white complexions
secured by its nse In
Impnre air made harm
lens nnd purified hy
To purify tho b'enth.
rleanso tho leeth, It
can't be auria"ed.
Catarrh relieved and
Rrysipelaa cured .
Hums relieved lasirotly.
Kemovei all unpleasant
In fact it la the great
Disinfectant and Purifier.
Manufacturing Chemlntn, SOLE PKOl'IMKTORS.
Owing to a popular Idea that a remedy said to
cure a variety of maladies should be treated with
cuiitlun. If not nu-plcion, thu Inventor hesitated
some thuc In plnclnr. it before the public; bnt from
lh prnilf) InRa.surntice hy a ureat number of the
rare vitiliklnR and heallli renewing properties of
hie preparation of llypuphosphttt'. under a varie
ty of clr itmn'ances he is tquaily entitled that
these i fleets are secured bv itn use, that lie action
Is peculiar to his preparation, aud that Consuinp
tiou Is not only curable, hut, up to a certain staue,
Is as easily controlled most other organic dis
While It Is the aim of the Inventor to convey In
formation to such as require b.s Hypophosphilrs,
It is linn belief that its use will be valnahie to
all who desire a long life or who are struggling lor
health. With a liiith based uunn the experience of
twelve years, ho would not despair of restoring a
patient sutlerlng from thu above named disease,
even though reduced to a verv low state and not
complicated by actual organic loss.
Flint, Mich., May 10th. 18 i.
Dear Sir: Allow me to say that I esteem your
"llypophoephttce" most highly, end for those f n
ga, ed in professions which draw largely on the
nervous system It is iDvaltahle. I have used It my
self with the most satlslac ory resu.ts aud have in
troduced It to a large number of my people.
liKVKKKSI) It. W. 1IAIKE.
Pastor bt. Michael's Catholic Church.
For Sale by all Druggists.
If you suffer from dyspepsia, nso
BURDOCK 11L00D BITTERS.
If you arc afflicted with biliousness, use
BUKDIKK BLOOD BITTERS,
If yon mo prostrated with sick bradarae, take
BURDOCK BI.OOD BITTERS
If your bonds are disordered regulate them with
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If your bloed la Imnure, purify It with
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
II you have ludlgestton, yon will find an antidote in
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If you arc troubled with spring compla.nts, cradi
Icato thorn wltk BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
II your liver Is torpid restore It to healthy action
with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTKR.H,
If your liver li affected yon will find ashnre restor
stive In BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If you have any s pedi s of humor or pimple, fall
not to take BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If yon have any stmptoms of ulcere or scrofulous
sores, a curative remedy will be found In
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS,
For Imparting strength and vitality to the system,
uoihlng can equal BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
For Nervoiu and Uuncral Debility, tone np the
system with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
l'liici $1 rr.n dotti.e; Thialbottlks, iocts,
FOSTER, MILBURN & CO., Prop'rs,
BUFFALO, N. Y.
For salo hy PAUL 0. SC1IUI1. 02)
Tftw A Lady
MWjNby thla almulo'waUr.
Ml power Invention may
Cl avoid all the labor and
injury or driving her
Hewing Machine, Over
fl.OOO of these Backus
water Motors, noiseleee
and ornamental, adapt,
ed to all Hewing Ma
chines, are now giving
Two slues are made for
Household Hewing Ma
chines. Price, 91,1 and
$'i'i.l)0. Also larger
slr.es for factory needs
snd for all kinds of ma
Bend for Circular to
BACKUS WATER UOTOH CO,. Newark, N. i
ilont Kcoiioinlcal Tower Known
FOIt DIUV1XU LIGHT MACHLNKRY I
1 tukfit but little room,
U never gels out of repair.
It cannot blow up. '..
It require no fuel.
It needs no engineer.
Tlicro Is ntulnlny; no firing up; mi aches tui'Ienii
away; no extra InsiirNiicu to Pay j no repair
ing iiecci-snrv; no conl hills to pay,
mid it l ill ways ready for use.
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ItMA ItlT.lN KEUVIKK
Curi'd my 111 l girl of fin. Hhe n aim di af and
diiiiiii. hut II cored le r. bin- ran now talk ami h-ir ;a
well si suj iMidy. l'liiu hprlusraier, Wis,
Um been lilt uirana of curing my wife of rhennitiltin.
J. II Ihxri.iiaa, Kurt C.iuu., CuL
Made a lure cure of a ew of Bi. for my m.
K II. lUi.L. Ilikitstiiie, Kan.
Cured mr of vertlge. ni-urOgla and sli-k lH-adarh.
Man. W. IU.ox. Aiiruis, 111.
HAM.1ICITAX M-.KVI VK
Wu the nicam uf curlni! my wife of .rwimi.
ltsv, J. A. bio a. Il'srer. Pa,
Cured m uf miliina. 3ft r i iidinjr over 3 fiO win
ekberdecturs. H. It. Il'inux, Nrw Alluoiy, lud.
MAMA It IT AM KERVIE
ZSectkaliy cured me of m.mh
Ml .livvii Wssiv.
TWWrst VanUureuSt. thlcaj. 111.
HA 11 A It IT AM M.llVIVr.
Car'iour rHlld of flu after gtvm np In ills by our
family ihylnan tt li 'lug iv r In ii huur.
Her K.ms Vertllia, Warr nCo., Tcdd,
AVf 1 KIT AM KEKVIME
Cured me vt ecrofu.e sfi.-r suffering for c'ght ya.
ALnaar Wrw. I'ror.a, 111.
A A M A It IT A MEKVIMK
Cerrd my toe of Ilia, afur itx-ndlng tlvn wlihothfr
aot'iurt. J. IV. Tuonaiov, Cla'iMiru, Mist.
t'orrd m. n- rintti"i'ly of .rHIfptlc flu of a ittibra
cliaficltr. linr. 'a. MariM.M.chanh.'usro,Md.
SI KM A KIT AM XEIIVI.ME
r-irvd my n t n .. afrr having hid I.'.o In rtk-h'rra
luoathi. Mas t Kuans, W u I'uifUin, S. 1.
Cared meet clh rri.f nln' ,-ir.' Handing.
iirnhy, .Srwtou Co., Mo.
Hal pnnaiwull) eurr l m of .rill py of rrnny vin
djra.lua. Jirmsi'iin. t. Jo pa, JIu.
Cared mc uf hruUc uliu. n.nrr, ini g. n-ril d ill:r
ni.ivss Mr rat. Ironi', Ohio.
HAMAIIITAM M E K V I V K
Has rnrt4 tin. of a.ili'iis. s . roluta uf Tiii'if r- ars
:aodli.g. 14 ' Jlwai.L, i oln-toa, K;
tuiitir im Mruvivr.
Cuf'lmof fl:.. 11. I. : ".l f.T o,'f f-MIF T.f.,
1'iuiU' li Ci ant o.l;:. Id.oi: c.'.). Mna.
HA M A It I TV N rVIME
CunJ a Irl.ud u: wite h i imi . , tt iii v.r
. V,.fiiktOf.niM.a. I(ilgj, Pa. '
HM HITAM NEItVIMP.
Hal p'raaarniiy nr. ! n- of e:u.. on,- nr.
iniIaenur. II a MYnrt, Iowa.
nM iniTAM Mi rtvivr
Cur'il my wif. uf ,-j u f..v ,,f r, , , nr
lii.ai (i..n ra-rieel,' MIcS.
Cured my ife.uf . L,r, ilt, ,h..
K. Unuu. N inh ir,pe. re.
H A M I It IT a. M . r a V I E
( uril w ou uf fl s. He Im not hvl :,t f ir armut
fuuryoari. J,, mi I .-,.
WcMidhurn Mno.uofn fx , M,
I FOR IJAI.R
UV ALL DIU'QGIST.S
Ormayh" hvl dlr.et frnm m Fir fa' h"T Informs
t'oniiK loK- .rnio for i.or lllu.irsud Jjuriia. gitlug
ItWkUCc. of I ut' S. A'l'lrr..
1)11. at. A. RIC IlHOn A CO
World'l titl"ptle Insiiitite,
ST. J08tfH, Mt
Havo Signed! or Endorsed tho
Meeiini.BeftTmry ft JoKniaon, BIanufa'5tTil,
In,: Chemlcta, 21 TIntt St., New Tork i
Oflntlemea :-f or the pact few years we
have aold warionH brands of Foroua PI Ra
te ra. Fbyaloiasi and tho Publlo prefer
Henstnn'l' OTItl Porrvusj yiftf tO all
others. We consider them one of the very
fow reliable household remodlea worthy
of confidence. They avro auperlor to all
other Porous Piaster) or Linlmenta for
yunvg's Qny'.p V)ff is a ronnlBt
Parmaceutlcal product, of the highest
order of merit, and so recognised hy
phytloUos and tlruirirlsts.
When other remedies fail gM tt Iton
son's Capclae Plaster.
Tou will bo disappoint ed if yon us
cheap riaaterii, Llnlmonts, Pads or Eeo
AKllltK ftTf.ilrnrtniVl.TST. rnrsTsne.
MEAU'S McJicated CORK and BUNION PIASTER.
OKAY'S SPECIFIC SfEDIClNE.
TRADE MBK. Thu Ortmt KtiR-
(jSk. li'li rimciiv, An
If: "B "lll,t,l,K euro fur
rJ.j Msiuhltial u)Otl,niMS
nV "P"rm.if:rrh.'a. I
Ai tx ImiU'Iicv r..id
Boforo Mlng.vr 1 Jaftor 1'aking.
(lltiiiu'rs of vision, iiriiiiinlnio 11I1I ako, d ninny
nlhor illH"iisi's that IiiiiiI lo insanity, cntisiiiniitlou
or a ;iruniiitiiru itiivo.
JtKull I'artlciliire In nur piimiihlut, wlilrh we
tldalun In sond fruehv mall to cvcrvmie, CThtt
MltftHIIII ,11 II M 1 1' I II II I all 11 II l V III MSIIid.lalu aa t 4a t ... -
iiuiniiu, , n. Ira,!,,,,,, mi, ri, or 11 1 no sent true
iiiiiii uu ruuuijn 111 no' moni'v, nv miilros. nir
TUK OKAV MKDIC1NK CO.,
Bold In Culro It Tau. .flcttub,