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THE CAIRO BULLETIN.
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INVAUIAHI.r IN AllVANCI.
All Communications eh on Id hi' addressed to
K. A. lH'KNKTT,
I'u blln tier and J'ro'irlotor.
A LEAF FROM A LIFE.
Sho was a sml-eyed, quiet littlo wom
an, BoniiMvlicri' Ijctwmm thirty-fivo and
fifty ycaiN of a?e. Slio came two davs
la tho week to ln.'lj) mo about household
mnttors; wjrwtinii's wwinj:, sometimes
cli'iinin and sonn.-timrH conking. Sho
always m-itihmI thoughtful ami crtr'ful,
ami thr-ro was hardly anything about
housework which, to use hei owu phrxse,
"sho coidd not turn her hand to."
lieyond a "yes" or "no," sho .seldom
ever ventured in conversation; and yet
pho had an intelligent face, arid once,
when 1 entered tho room whero she was
waiting for nie, .sho put down a book
suddenly, which .she had probably been
"Have you ever read it?" I u.kcd.
"Yes, a long time ago, when I was
younger," hlio said, sighing, and she
Lever spoke of it again.
One day, my sister came to see me
from New York, bringing h-r little giil,
who is a remarkably beautiful child.
Mrs. Morrison (darted at sight of little
I'clle, and a singular shadow passed over
her face. Thou she turned away, and
I saw her quickly w ipe her eves. I won
dered who the child reminded her of.
Little Isabel seemed attracted by tho
silent, plain woman, with the scar on
her left cheek, sho often left her toys
to go up cW to her and look up into
her eyes. It almost seemed as if there
was a mute language between tho.-,e
"Did you ever see a prettier ehihl?"
I asked, as .she sat stitching, with Isa
bel j.rattling to her dull ou her lap.
"I'll show you." sho said, quietly,
dropping h. r work; then, shy a.s ever,
htt.-tilv taking it up again.
"N'hat were you going to show me?"
I asked. "You have made nm curious,
and you must let me nee it."
Sho smiled .sadly, put her hand nerv
ously in the boMim of her dress, and
presently I saw a picture n little face
quite is lovely as I -abcl-. with the same
golden hair, the same sunny blue eves.
"Why, whu wa this?" I aakedi in
"It was my little girl," she said, her
eye on her work a she stitched away.
"It wai taken for my father two yean
before she was- bef.jro she died, bho
added, with forced composure, "or I
should not have been so fortunate as to
posses a likeness."
j "And was she all you had?" I aked
"Oh no; there were two more, boys .
She stopped f.,r a moment, drew a
long breath, and added, in a trenibliiur
Voice, "Tl.r win
"Killed!'' I cried,
"It's a long -lory."
seldom spi ak of tho-e
; it it pains
"No wonder," I said;
tot talk about them now,
less I should like to hi
And this ehanning little
"and you shall
though 1 coll
ar voiir story.
now of them 1. ft?"
Then, -fctiiimr t" wi-h to gratify ine,
sho said, "My husband had a friend in
Washington who procured him a posi
tion in the Indian country, when tnylit
tlu Carri" was two years old, - just the
Bge of this little one. We went out
there young, enntident and .strong.
"Aleck- that wm my huhand's name
began to make money. We expected
to come bark rich. My twin boys
they were twin. were, born there." I
loved the wild, free life, the more be
cause Aleck grew so much better there;
lor he w as weakly before wo went."
"How long did you live, there?" I
asked, after a long silence.
"Almost ten years. My boys were
brave little fellows, and the life we led
made them grow strong und handsome.
We were just thinking of returning,
when the trouble began.
"The Indians thought they were ill
treated by the ollicers of the post, and
they would come over sometimes, and
use abusive language. Aleck was very
quick-tempered, and knowing that they
had no reason for insulting us, he threat
"They never forgot it. One day my
little boys went out ou their ponies
only a mile out hut they never came
hack. I mean they never came alive.
"iUlJr ntn; OlOlli.t buck, both bllOt
through the heart.
"It nearly crazed Aleck, for he
thought the world of those boys. I al
most forgot my own misery in 'trying to
comfort him. He never attempted to
conceal his hatred of tho savages after
that, uiul made enemies of nllwliocaino
cenr us. Some of them professed to bo
friendly, and seemed sorry for what had
linppetiud, but Aleck distrusted ami
Luted thorn all, ami the cud wus hisowa
"Do you mean that they killed h!ni.
"los, they did. They surprised us
one night when the troopM were away.
They killed him before my eyes."
She stopped sewing una dropped her
faco in her hands. There she sat, very
Etill. hut I do not think sho shed a tear.
"Don't tell me inoro il it pains you
bo," I said, unahle to restrain my own
At last sho lifted her head. "It's all
over; they can't die again, you know,"
liUd sho smiled drearily.
"They took tun with tho child," who
- continued, "ami they travelled an night.
TI had heard how such things wcro dune,
i nd I managed to till my pocket with
beans, und dropped them along tho
- ijuuev ari ie was twcivo men, inougu
... --. utmlll ,,f Iti.r mi-ii it,,,! t..,tf 1, ,. ,1 t,,,t
"Little ( arne was twelvo then, though
m I ",1 llllll' .HI T 111.14 ,4l
TV" on the hurso with mo. Tho child
J .".''oke, only clung to me. Ouco
JUd mo what I was dropping, and
urnei-No. 'R'r ,,lllt nhould put lief
down the first chance I bail, mid she
must liml her way to the fort, and tell
tho soldiers to come after us. 1 didn't
think there was any hone for inyself.but
I wanted to save her lile."
"Did she go?"
"Yes; I put her down before day
break, und they didn't find it out for an
"Did they go after her?" I asked,
"They did, nnd brought her back to
rue. They threw her in my arms. She
A pitying silence ensued. I could not
have spoken. She was struggling with
her emotion. With what awe I looked
upon the quiet, laded woman who had
seemed to nie nothing more than u
drudge! And yet, before her life and
heart-history, romance paled.
"That's all I can toll you," she said,
abruptly; "I've never spoken of it since I
told my father, ten years ago.
"I wo with them three years." sho
ftdded, shudderingly, "and 'then, in one
of the lights they were conquered, und
I was free, Hut' I haven't cared much
fur life, since then."
When Isabel was undressed tnat night,
(she asked, "Mamma, what inadethe
lady hug me so and cry so hard?"
Dear child, would tiiut she might al
ways be as innocent and uneonseTon, of
misery as she was then!
In the cure of severe coughs, weak lungs,
spitting of blood, and the early stages of
Consumption, Dr. Tierce's "Golden Medi
cal Discovery" has astonished the medical
faculty. While it cures the severest cough-,
it strengthens the system and purities' the
blood. liy druggists.
About forty years ago I had a lad in my
employ who had the habit when unex
pectedly spoken to of pricking up his
ears in so drcMve a manner us to re
mind one of the. ears of Press or of Tray
when suddenly called. Marie Louise,
the second wife of Napoleon, was in tho
habit of amusing th't ladies of her court
at their private Miiroes by turning her
ears almost completely around, and in a
'manner closing them up. Sim did this
hy a peculiar motion of the jaw, and -he
U said to have prided herself on the ex
pli.it not a little.
A man I knew well wore an enormous
shock of raven hair, ami would a!hr.
himself to be lifted by the hair from ; !,o
ground by any one who was ,:r"ii.'
enough to do it. and to be swung to and
fro like a pendulum, or to be dragged
along the Door.
The faculty of sleeping at will was
one of the endowments of the lir.it N
t")leon, who it is .s:i', could sleep unv
length of tune, long or short, and awake
at the time, almost to a minute, be had
Among the muscular movements not
common, I have noticed several in
stancs of persons who could throw back
tho four fingers of either hand until thev
stood quite perpendicular to tho back of
tho hand and wrist. Other instances I
have seen. though but few, of persons who
can project tho lower joint of the thumb
almost into tho hollow of tho palm. In
neither of theso eases is the use or tho
ordinary symmetry of tho hand at all af
fected. Of left-handed people vy have
all seen many, and they abound umong
the working :la-c; but of the atibami
ist, or both-handed, that is of pcrion
who can do everything with either hand,
as well with one us with the other, I
have known but one in the whole coiiive
of my life. 'J'his w u an orphan boy
who bad no paternal care, but had been
left almost to himself from infancy. -Quick,
active and sharp-witted, he "had
taught hini-eif many tilings tolerably
well, could draw fairly, could play tho
fiddle and the llittc, and wrote admir
ably and with unrivalled rapidity with
Somebody's child is dying-dying with
tho Hush of hope on his young face, and
somebody's mother thinking of tho time
when that dour face will bo hidden where
ho ray of hope can brighten it because
there was no euro for consumption. Header,
if tho child ho your neighbor's, take this
comtorting word to the mothfrs heart
before it is too late. Tell her that consump
tion is curable; that men are living to day
whom the physicians pronounced incurable,
because one. lung had been almost destroyed
l... .1... 1! T fe
oy inu uisoase. ir. fierce s "iioiden
Medical Discovery" has cured hundred
surpasses cod nver oil, hypophosphites, and
other medicines in curing the disease. Sold
Go to Paul 0. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dvos. For bri.rhtm
durability of color are uncquuleil. Color
C 1 tv' .. . ...
i mm i to o pnunus. nircctnms in English
and German. Price 15 cents.
Hkadaciik is effectually cured by
Wrights Indian Vegetable Pills, which
cleans tho bowels and purify tho blood. (1)
The U. S. government are using large
numbers of the Improved Howe Scales,
liordcn, Sollock i. Co., agents. St. Louis,
A Popular Tonic
KOll WKAK I.f.MIS AND lONflMl'TlON.
No preparation over introduced to the
American public, for the relief ami cure of
Coughs, Colds, Here Throat, Debilitated
Constitutions, Weakness of the Lungs or
Consumption in thu incipient or advanced
stages of the disease, has ever met w:.h the
indorsements of physicians or patient as
tho eelohrated "Tolu, Hock nnd Kye." Tho
repeated and continued sales of the article
everywhere are the best evidence of its real
merits. Letters and trstinionals from every
quarter of tho country, attesting the stim
ulating, tonic ami healing effects, are in
possession of tho proprietor, and can m
adduced to convince tho most skeptical
reader ol its intrinsic virtues. Further
commendation is unnecessary and super
fluous, as a trial of this article, having a
pleasant tasto and agreeable tluvor, will
satisfy all those whoaro alllictud or pining
away with pulmonary weakness of the re
lief to ho secured hy thu uso ol'Tolu, Rock
and Hye.- Chicago Times.
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, norvous debility, and ull weakness
of generative organs, fl. 5 for f. All
druygistB. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharinncv. till Vmt A.,., m v u..i.i :..
Cairo by Uurcloy Bros.
CAIUO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY HORNlNiJ,
"1 have used IUiuhock Blood Bittkhh
with en nt benefit for imliuestion und con
stipation of tho bowels."
"('. L. Kaston,
Price 1 1. 00. "Hamilton, Ont."
II. F. McCarthy, druggist, Ottawa, Ont.,
states that ho was alllictud with chronic
bronchitis for some years, and was, com
pletely cured by tho ust; of Thomas' Kclkc
A Friend in Need.
Time over und again Thomas' Ki.Kt'Titic
Oil has pmvi d u salutary friend to tho dis
tresM'd. As a reliable curative for croup in
children, sore throat and bronchial affec
tions, and as a pohitive external remedy for
pain, it is a never failing antidote.
A Meliorating Remedy
Is to be found in IiI hiuk k Blood Bitikks.
As an antidote for .-ick headache, female
weakness, biliousness, indigestion, consti
pation, and other diseases of n kindred
nature, these bitters are invaluable. Price
He that is surety for a stranger, shall
smart for it. But he that trusteth in Si-kino
Blossom lor curing liver, kidney, and com
plaints of alike tendency, shall never bo
disappointed. Puce 50 cents, trial bottles
Indian Blood Sj
( N( lnM'i l-si.i. Mver M-
1 W' ciM-k. fi'(.raml Amie
1 A A Ktii'Uiniitisin. Jimiisv,
JhJ Hon IdseMse. Hiliciiis-
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THE HF.ST KEMKHY KNOWN TO MAN!
Twelve Thousiiud Jlottles
Sold Since 1870!
rti.t Syiip wvn,; vKriea pr,,,,,.,,!,.,. n ftltn.
?u . H I"yiin.- in the flivii. which convene
the Mrch .nd iigM of the f.d liito t!ueie A
flcilcMTTT it. ptja.ie,. csu.li,dKiil(iourini: ol
;.nf"..:t in U; .,n..rl. If th, u..cn, ji.n
ii.n..4lat.-lyftvreMiiiir, thu fL-rmu.uilon oi
j r, vimju u.
It a'-ts nimii the Mver.l
It K--ts ujMui the Kidneys,
It l'. gnl .t,.s Hi,- Iw,-ls,
It I'urilics the Whim!.
It O'liets the Ni-nMl. System,
It rruilietc.i. Iligotimi,
It Neiirislics. St reniriln ni an.l Inviiroratcs,
It 'nrri. sofl tie- obi 1!,mh nwl makes New,
It I'l-viis the Pores el tin- Skin and Induce
It iH-nrnlizcH the h reiluary mint, or poison In
tin- Vuon, which L-.-iHTRH-s t-crofuU, Ervslpi-lan,
ml ! mania-r ot hktu inawt and iutornal ha-lie-m.
'ChlTt' Hr, Till HIiirilH ,nntmf.rf In I,. n r...
. v i ...'.,-, ... i iiiiiMuiai oin:
and It (nn hutnkt-u liy tiii-niiiHt (li-licate hat)e,nr hy
. u niei iiTiiir, cure ui.iy iiciuu rt-ijuireu lu at
tiiiti a to dlrwtiout.
(nlvii, Henry County, Ills.
1 waimulTrr!m from Sick ll- mlnrln- mid Dizr.l
ni b sn that I coiilil not alti-inl loiny houni-hold du
ll, f. imi! a fhort trial of Ur. t'larlc Jolumon's Indi
an Llood Syrup cll'n'lunllv niri-il me.
MKS. UELKX ELKINS.
Walermim Station, DcKa'.h Co., 111.
Ttiln In trt rvrt'.tv tlml Op rt.l .T.v.,,a,.-. T .1 i
Hhi.nl Snip hhf ciirt cl me of i'ain in thu Hack. It
ir n .n.nuiiiv u.lmi!i,iiii:. .. IV? UCIU,
Thin li to certify that I wan btllictcd with Talpi
tutioii of tin- Hi-art lor nmry yearn 1 tried ilitli-r-ci.t
doctor, wlion- pri Hrri'i-'tiotip O nilvd more to
wciik. u me tliHi. they did to tri-ntrtla-n. 1 a. Iuhi
rr. Ivt-fl lillrvllr I'li.rV .1 , ,1, t,,l:u- m ,
- - ...... wi.a.i.r.... r" ,iiu, JlllllfU
syiap. which pruvvd to tw a poi;ivi- cure tint on-
iiniuu mi- neari I'lni-HKi'. mil also a OICk IKaii-a-.h
which had boeti trout. line; rm-.
I wad mllirtiMl with Liter Complaint and Dyppep.
1 and I'ailud to ct relief. aithniiL-h uIiil' rniMll
cuien fnnii our l-e-t (loetorc 1 commenced ujI1K
Dr. JolniKoti B Indian Mood Svrnp. and anhort trial
curud mo. T. V. KlSINU. Moline., 111.
Thleertiileitliat Dr. Clark .lohiiKoirn Indian
l.lood Syrup Imn ettect.mlly cured mi- of Dyepei.Hla
loo niu. h cannot In-Hiil in jiralnoof It.
V. K. WI.M.MKK, tledford, Mo.
Atfci.t.s wanted for thu ulu of the Indian Wood
Syrup in every town or villuco. In which I have no
lltfclit. I'articularH yiven on npplicatlon.
DKl'tWilSTS SKLL IT.
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II Ml is
MIMA RITA Si EKVIF.
Cnrod my Mum rim of ma. Khe wan also deaf and
d.iiiili. In. I U mrtd le-r. Mie can now talk and le-ar at
wtllajaiiyhoily. I'ltkii lio.s, ririn,(.iUT, V1.
Qua hc.u the uii-atw of curtnn my wlfcuf rli-'iin.atlHm.
J. 11 Klki'i.-iikk, Fori i;..lhua, tol.
Made aurc euro of a ene of r.t for my nn.
K II. KM.L-t, llutuvllle, Kaa.
Cured me of Yertlirf, rwur .iL'ta nn l l.-lc hi-ariarh".
Mils IV. Hk.vson. Aniuia, 111.
NDIAUITA K K V I V E
Wai the mean" of cunriK my wife of ppm.
Urv. J. A Kuik. m-n-r. r
C.irp.l m of iwilinia, after iprnilmji over iril with
ollioriucu.il. ti. II. HonsoN, New All.any, Inii
NAMAKITAX Ell VINE
ESoetually cured rr.o of j.ani.
Miss .Ikvnik WinRltf.
tlftWc-nt VauIiun nSt.. Cliltaj. IU.
Cned onr child of ntn nft.T Blvon np tn d!r hy our
fniuily phy-li-tan. It tiav!...' ovt l". In 31 hour.
JIknky Ksits. VorvlUa, Warrin Co., Tcnn.
S.IJI.I KITAT1 XEItVlE
Curodme of ncrotula after uff. ring f-.r r-fglit yan.
Ai.iiKHi SiiirsoS, l eona. 111.
HAM AUITAV -EKVIE
Cured my too of (Its, after apcn-linu tl4-l wtthothor
djciora. J. W. Tie.K.Ni.is, tluinorn. Mia.
Cnrod me pi-nnan.-nMy of eplleptli" flu of a ittiVihnra
Uaructor. Hsv. V. MAB'iiM.Mi:chaulciluwn, MJ
MAMA HIT A S NERVINE
Cured my on of flr., after having hadtwinotRhteca
ruoutna. Mas. K. Koiikh, W-.-st r-its-lam, N. V.
8AMAU1 TAN KEKVINE
Cured me ot epli- i-Myof nine yi"ar' (landing.
Miss Oulkva Mdroiull,
Urant.y, NcwloiiCo., M.
Ri (wrmaueritly cured me of eriil.-p.iy of many y.ar
tf-rttti..ii. Ja-:'.b Si'ikk, hi. Josi-ph, Mo.
AMI It IT AN .NERVINE
Curtl mc of hr-iiichltis, a-'hrn i and in-n-nil dihllliy.
Ui.ivkk Mtkiis. Iroutou, ohlJ.
Hal cured Hit. ot aMliiiia. u:' .. r-.tula of many yearl
UUdlUg. IsAAO.lKKRt.l,. :OVl!lrft..U, k.f.
Cure.) me of lit. Have t.--en well t -r ov.-r f-.ur yi am.
ChauLks E. Cruris. 0akl8. UouKlaaa Co. Miuu.
OiraI a (rlvnd ot mine ho tei.l ,jvsK-wia very badly.
Jih..iiAELO CoN.v,,n. Hll?way, I'o.
I1M prmaneut: cre, ne- of i.-pll.-pilc ntn
David Tuksihlv, K-s Molnr.N lotva,
Cured cuy wife ol cpll-wy of 3j y.-ars "tan-line.
HknrvClahs FatrUi-i.5. Mica.
, SAMARITAN .NERVINE
CunJ Bif witu uf a uerv.iu dlseaw; of tin- head.
E. Urauax. Nonh Ilope, Ta.
Cured my nun of Hu. He h not had a at for about
lour yinra. .tons Pwis,
YToortLum. M.ic-npln Oj., 111.
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CVlUi.'tici-s of run . Ad.lr. sn " "
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World's Epileptic Inntltuto,
ST. JOSEPH, MU
Reasons Why they are Preferred to Ml
Other Porous Piasters or External
Hvanf they posaens all tho merit of tho
truni'tnenir.c poroua plaster, and contain in ad
dition thereto tho newly dh-covereil powerful and
active TeMlI combination which acta with in
creaaeil nibefiu:ient, stimulatuig, ei'dutivo oud
counter Irritant eHucffl.
I i Socoud.
Bocftnuo they ore n pen uine pharmaceutical prep,
oration, and tij rucot-i.iz.1 hy the profi-Hdion,
Eocause they are tho oni.V plasters that relievo
pain at once.
nocanae thry will positively furcdiaeaiioa which
Other rcrnediia will not even r "h"Vi!, .
1 if 111. i
voluntarily ti-Htifted tliat they arc UM-rior to all
other 1-liiHtera or modicinea for e xteroal uso,
HiTKnuft tho monnfaeturern h Vo received the
only medals ever given for porous plasters.
Benson's Capcine Porous Plaster!
SEABURY & JOHNSON.
Manufacturing Chemists, New Yorlc.
"itiit KKiUJ-.UY AT LAST. J'ricoWrl
MEAD'S Medicated OORN anrl BUNION fLASTf ft-
AOUNT K-OH T"K Wil t! Ot
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rr n?TAJtM EN0IN. MACHINISTS'
OF ALL KINDS, HKLTINO,
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No. 131, North TlilnlBtioot,
MAY 31 1882.
Over 2,000,000 Bottles (Consumed Annually.
Kor connti". roHla. eoro tliroat, hniuchltls, imthma, pneumonia. couHumptlon and all dlst-ant-i oftka
throat, che-l aud luni;a.
inroal, ctie-l aurt luni;a.
Balsam of Tolu
hut it ha nt-viir hc-cii ho aiivaiiiaKeoiiniy coin .oiunli d af in tho celebrated Tolu, jtock aud livu. In ad
ilitliin to ItH doothinL' Italcamic properties, It ailord- a dilltiiivo alimiilant and tonic, to build up ttaa
system al'u-rlhe counh haa heen rolievod.
I-friTT l'' IN (jUART SIZK KOTTLFS FOR FAMILY USE, PRICE 8l.00jy-l
( y A T Trp I r"J I "(i ' " d' reived hy dealem who try to paimolV upon you Hock aud Uve In
yjiWJ 1 IvHi place of our Tolu, Hock and Kyu, which I the onlv medicated article mado
the. nenuiiit) haa a private dlo proirletarv Htainpon each hottle.
Tim TOLU, UOCIv Bml KYE CO., Proprietors, 41 River streut, Ctiicao, 111.
Sold jjy Druggists, Ghockks and Dkai.eus Everywhere.
Vuhlinhftl Monthly , Vlrc $:t.un ;
No. 1 (New Scries) Contains
Cott.li'e l.v tin. Itivcr Snng ,t Chn t'lnlfus'.
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