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Aid the Boal Purgative, It pleasant to take,
And will prow, at uc lha most poiunt ani turail.a
Kyatna Iteiiwalor ami ('inMr that hno yet
tn lirmit'lit to pulilie linti,, 1- r i"lnMIfa
tlftia, Itlhoiiani-M, llrmlarlip, I'll,-, aim ml
ctMriicr uruinr fua at Aatrur(( .(ufe t,e wtltm,
)i w iiienutparat'ly th bett curtail frttrU. Ari.jd hi.
Kmiml; niHittoti tMtmii ttif arli' li '-utlHfl fnr,
TROPK'-t'KIHT LAYVriVt: la put up In
UtiiHrd tin Imxw. fjiily. 1'iuHt Ml euitii. Ahk jiiur
rti'iKvisl tux Ix-acriuuve 'aiiiiilili t, nr aiMrw.. the iiu
Vt.lui, J. K, HF.THEhlN'IT'iN,
UAl'iuk Plata, New Ynrk.
Before Purchase ANY FORM or 8-Cu0
Pirn!, or Appliance rrnrr taHncur" Krvou,rbr' u
atiil fWial li.ai-., k-uiI U.the W I.VKi'.M Al lll.K
OALvANIC CO., Sm Yolk, S. Y., Cmc uiuiii, or
Han Franupo, :!., f tlwtr fv Pair. ('hint and
Tut F.li-cLric itwvit-w," aiil yo'i ill av lw,, Ht'dth
and nonv. Th P.O. Co. ate Om cmly'lealim in Vn
ul ,,flrl: A.pliau. on tli Amu , un 0. ul.l.. l.U
HOW TO CURE.
COLDS, ASTHMA, CROl'P,
AH disease of the Throat, Limj and Pulmonary
VSE ACCORDING to DIRECTIONS.
Allen's L111115 Balsam.
WANTED " Vu"rgm.;Tffi
1 , . . , t ual.. 10 (11,11. I nil
I" OtlAi Iim. Pm!-. 1 m l bva Ju. n. Uau, M a.
ill K. K" In the rnol pleasant and profitable
busia,- known. Evtry'Mng new.
rFCapital Dot required. We will furuifb
Vl everything la day and upward ie yrt
.4k h Outfit sent free In Tfiri.w uhn ttuh in vn.
home over night, No ri! whatever. .Mi.uy n--
workers wanted at once. Many are making lort
iw at the buuiui (. I.adbs mane as rcniob as
men, and lonng horn nod gih mksegp'U' !y No
one who ia willing to work faii to' make n.i.re
money i-v.-ry day than can be made In .1 week at any
other employment. Those who ea.w, at ot.ie
will find a ahort road to fortune. Adores II.
HALLETT A CO.. Portias) MaiL.
MRS. LYOIA E. PINKHAM.
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA C. PCNKHAM'S
The Pri.ltlvo rrtr
Tor all Female Complaints.
Thla rfnfatlon, a. It uuna al(tnlflf, (oDrljta of
V gruiile Pmpcrtka that are Lannlt-aa to th moat dt-I-(raw
Invalid. I'pon on triai the merit of thia Com
P'od will t rovniM, aaralirf 1 Immediate j and
wbf n it owla (ontinu'1, In tunny-nine wn in a bun.
drrd, a permanent rurr la effected.aathouaanda will tea
tlfy. On aneuoni of lu proTvn merit, It la today r
rouneBiled and prAcrlbed by the beat phynclani In
It will cure entirely the wont farm rf failing
cf the uteraa, Lroeorrha-a, lrreirniar and painful
MenitraaUon, all Otarlan Trouble, InfUmmatlun and
nnratlon, Flooding, all Displacement and the eon
aenent aplnal weakne, and I peclally adapted to
lb Chang of Life, It will dlnol. e and expel tumor
from tb uteraaln an early atage of development. Th
ttndency to raoceroua humor tbe re I checked very
epeedily by Ita uae.
In fact It ha proved to b the great
eet and beet remedy that ha ever been dlacorer
ed. It permeate trery portion of tbe eyatem, and glre
new life and rigor. It remove faintneaa.lUtulency.de
troya all c raring for aHmulanta, and reUern wtaluea
of tbe atomacb
ft cure Dl'iatlng, neadacbea, Kerron Projt ration,
General Debility, Sleeplewnti, Depntaion and Indl
geation. That feeling of bearing down, caualng pain,
weight and backache, 1 alway permanently cored by
It dm. It will at all time, and under all clrconuun
ee, act In harmony wlthtb law that govern tL
For lUdiwyComplalnt of either arz thia componnd
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
Is prepared at xS3 and S5 Weetern Arenue. Lynn. Man.
Price $1.00. Six bottle for $.V(B. (nnt hy mail In the
formofplU,alaotnthtorm ofLoiengea, on receipt
of price, 1.0O, per boi, for either. Mr. mSUAM
freely anawera all letter of Inquiry. Bend for pam
phlet. Addreaa a abore Mmthm (Ala paptr.
Ko family abould be without LYDIA E. Plh'KHAM'
LIVER PILLS. They cur Constipation, BUlousne
and Torpidity of the Ltrer, it cents tier box.
RICHARDSON & CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Jholcaalo ittronia for LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Hnjftdp from itmplc Trophlcal Loaf of Knre
Valne and U a POSITIVE Homctly for all the dla
eaan that cause pnlna In the lower port of the
body-for torpid Liver - Uendiichca-Jaundlcc
I)lzlnpa. Oravel, Malaria, and all other dMlcultles
of the hldiieyt). Liver and Urlnury OrRana, For
Female Dineasoa. Monthly Meustruntloni!, and du
ring Pregnancy, It baa no equal. It restore the
organ that make the Mood, and hence ia the beat
Blood Purifyer. It la the ouly known remedy that
enrca llrlRlit's Dlacnae. For Dlabutes, uec War
ar'a Safe Dlahetea Curo.
Formleby lVtiRslBta andall dealer at $1.35 per
Ottle. Lartfcrt bottle In the market. Try It.
11, U. WAJINKM 1 CO,, Kocheiter, N.Y.
' Baa iiaifiir'i W m
MT 1 aV 11 m in ' gk. W rjM
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
W. C. AND L. ASSOCIATIOX COLUMN.
EUlu.-) lu tlKi Ititcrtial of the Cairo Public Library.
MEN, WOMEN AND ROOKS.
Edwin Aukold, the induHtrious cJitor
of the Daily Telegraph (London.) U the
author of "The Light of Asin," and has
curried by it the title of the Milton of Hin
nEituERT Si'EKCEK, the EnglUh philoso
pher, begins next ycur a tour of the world,
going from England to the United States.
A number of works from his pun may bo
found in the valuublo collection lately do
nuted to the Cairo Public Library by Mrs.
Mb. Dl'a.ne Doty, of Chicago, superin
tendent of school, has donated his public
library of educational and miscellaneous
books, in all 1,300 volumes to the public
library of that city. The English donation,
aftt r the fire, is the only one that has ever
exceeded this in the numbers and value of
Confeideiiu the increasing prosperity of
Cairo, and the need of a library to meet the
demands of a progressive people who will
remember the Cairo library and do likewise?
c. I., s c.
"Chatatnijuu is the eighth wonder of the
world," said an impartial judge and spec
tator one day in August last, after attend
ing the meetings lor more than two weeks.
He had traveled extensively in Europe and
the Holy Land, and was in possession of a
fund of information touching the latest
and best educational movements in Europe,
His statements may be tinged with the
spirit of extravagance, but the proof of the
matter is "seeing for one's self."
For those who cannot enjoy this privi
lege, the next best thing is to be a member
of the Chatauqua Scientific Circle. The
widening of this circle and the rapid in
crease of membership has certainly exceed
ed the most sanguine expectations of the
great founder himself And for the bene
t and advantages that will be derived
from this grand organization, thousands
will bless the name of John H. Vincent
whose good work will live long after he
has passed to his eternal rest.
Fhom the Chatauquan, date November
1st, we learn that the class for 1S54, nunv
bers a full round four thousand member
ship, and applications arriving everyday
This circle represents all claes of society,
all denominations and persons of no de
nomination. It represents a wide extent of
territory, from Scotland a.id England by
tr.a way to America to the Sandwich islands.
California and the Dominion of Canada
swell the membership. Alaska has come
within the magic circle. Siberia has not
yet been reached, but so near as to attract
the attention of an involuntary resident of
the Arctic waste (a foreigner from St.
Petersburg. Russia i, who writes of his in
terest in the work. The C. L. S. C. is not
confined to tbce who read and write the
English language. What is called the
German L. C. has been organized with
flattering results. In this great work Cairo
has some earnest workers, who grasped with
delight the opportunity afforded for read
ing and study "in connection with the daily
routine of life,"
A LIBRARY FOUR TM0CSAXD YEAltS OLD.
The recent address of Chief Justice Daly
before the American Geographical Society,
contained an extensive reference to the re
markable discovery of the late George
Smith, the eminent archaeologist, beneath
the ruins of what was once Nineveh, of the
remains of what had been a great Assyrian
library. The materials of this collection
were of baked clay, and had proved so in
destructible that Mr. Smith was able from
the fragments to recover ove 3,000 inscrip
tions, forming pages of the volumes of
which the library was composed, and in
some cases to recover complete books. The
tablets or leaves of these volumes arc form
ed of thin plates of clay, on cither sido of
which the text was inscribed, the tablets
being afterwards baked or dried, when the
same, like our modern book, were arrang
ed in chapters and volumes. Nearly two
thirds of this library is now in the British
Museum, and is found to embrace works on
history, astronomy, geography, religion,
morality, astrology, and other subjecs.
From one of these books, compiled afetr
the manner of our modern encyclopedias,
and the compilation of which is shown to
have been made more than 2,000 years B.
C, it has been ascertained, what has Ions
been supposed, tha( Choldea was the par
ent land of astronomy, for it is found from
this compilation and from other bricks,
that the Babylonians catalogued tho stars
and distinguished and named tho constella
tions; that they arranged tho twelve constel
lations that form our present zodiac to
show tho course of tho sun's path in tho
heavens; divided time into weeks, months
and yenrs; that they divided the week, as
wo now have- it, into seven days, six days
boing of labor and tho seventh a clay of
rest, to which they gave a uamo from
CAIRO BULLETIN; SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 5, 18S0.
which wo have derived our word "Sabbath,"
and which day, as a day of re3t from all
labor of every kind, they observed as right
eously as tho Jew or Puritan. Tho motion
cf the heavenly bodiesand tho phenomena
of tho weather wero noted down, and a
connection detected, as M. do Terville
claims to have discovered, between
the weather find tho changes of
tho moon. They invented tho
sun dial to mark tho movements of tire
heavenly bodies, the water clock to meas
ure time, and they speak in this work of
the spots on the 6un, a fact they could only
have known by the aid of telescopes, which
it is supposed they possessed, from obser
vations that they have noted down of the
rising of Venus and the fact that Layard
found a crystal lens of tho ruins of Nine
veh. These "bric ks" couUius au account
of the Deluge, substantially the same as
tho narrative in tho Bible, except that the
names are different. They disclose that
houses and lauds were then sold, leased
and mortgaged, that money was loaned at
interest, and that the market gardners, to
use an American phrase, "worked on
shares." that the farmer, when plowing
with his oxen, beguiled h;s labor with
short and homely songs, two of which have
been found, and connect this very remote
civilization with the usages of to-day.
A Daughter Rescued.
A Frankfort (Ky.) physician writes:
Some months ago the daughter ol one of
our prominent citizens was pronounced a
hopeless consumptive. She was very much
reduced in flesh; terrible cough, her life
gradually wasting away. I recommended
her to use "Dr. Swayne's Compound Syrup
cf Wild Cherry," which she did. In a
short time she was tree from all cough and
other symptoms, and is now rosy and
healthy. I'rice 2!j cents and $1 a bottle or
6 bottles $3. The large size is the most
economical. Prepared only by Dr. Swayne
& Son, Philadelphia. Sold by drue-rists.
An occasional dose of "Swayne's Pills"
should be taken to keep the bowels free.
They are excellent for torpid liver and bil
ious complaints. Sold by all the Cairo
A gikl was told to put thyme in the soup,
so she puts in her mistress's watch, that
was the wrong time, if she had had Dys
pepsia or indigestion and taken Spring
Blossom that would have been tbe right
thing and the right time.
How fad when lovely women show by
The Death dart wielded, by the hand be
nign; How glad when death relenting, sheaths
And when Spring Blossom's used, at once
PUT IT TO PROOF.
At a time wnen the community is flooded
with so many unworthy devices and
concoctions, it is refreshing to
find something that is beneficial
and pure. So conscious are the nronrie-
tors of Dr. King's New Discovery lor the
consumption ot trie wortli ol their reme
dy, they offer ajl who desire, a trial bottle
iree oi cnarge. iins certainly would be
disastrous to them did not the remedy pos
sess the remarkable curative powers claimed
Dr. Kings cw Discovery for the Con
sumption will positively cure asthma, bron
chitis. stubborn coutrhs. colds, nhthisir.
quinsy, hoarseness, croup, or any affection
oi me inroat or lungs, as you value your,
existence inve this wonderful remedy a trial
by callini! on Geo. E. O'Hara. DriurrHst
Cairo, Ills., and obtaining a trial bottle freo
oi ciiarge, or regular sizea bottles,! 1.00.(1)
Leopold Si-iedel, 201 Shumway street,
N. l ., says he has used Dr. Thomas' Eclec
trie Oil in his family for coughs and colds,
anu that it is tne best thing lie ever knew
Sold by Paul G. Schuh.
Chas. L. Rossiter. 193 Summit strprt.
Toledo, Ohio, says: I would not take one
thousand dollars for my Excelsior Kidney
Pad, if I could not get another. I have
trained in three months thirty pounds.See
Is it not extraordinary that the first thing
in a Boot is the "Last," and the first thing
in the world to cure Dyspecia and Bilions
complaints is Spring Blossom?
It is said that some of the alkaloids
which enter Into the combination of PpI
low's Hypophosphities. aro extracted from
trees which attain to a great age, and that
this fact suirL'ested to Mr. Fellow th iW
of their employment. Whether the success
oi tue preparation is cuio to this, wo are not
prepared to say, but the idea is a good one
To all who aro suffering from tho errors
and indiscretions of youth,nervous weakness,
eariy decay, loss ot manhood, etc., I will
senu a recipe mat win cure you, tree ot
charge. This irrcat rcmedv was discover!
by a Missionary in South America. Send
i i i .....
a seii-ack rcssed envc one tot he Kcv. Josrnh
i. mman, station D, New lork City.
Couons. "Browns Bronchial Troches
are used with advantage to alleviate cough,
sore throat, hoarseness and bronchial affec
tions. For thirty years these Troches have
oeen in use, with annually increasing favor.
They are not new and untried, but, having
been tested by wide and constant uso for
nearly an entire generation, they have at
tained well-md rank among tho few
staple- reuedi V nge.
The TiuiOAfie rArown'a Bronchial Tro
ches" act diroctly on tho organs of tho
voice. They havo an extraordinary effect
in all disorders of tho throat and lamyx. re
storing a healthy tono when relaxed, cither
from cold or over-cxertiou of tho voice, and
produco a clear and distinct enunciation.
Speakers and singers find the Troches uso
A Couoh, Cold. Catarrh of sore throat
requires immediate- attention, as neglect of
tentimes results in somoiucurablo lunir dis
eases. "Brown's Bronchial Trochos" almost
nvanabl v civo reliof. Imitations aro offer
ed for sale, many of which are injurious.
Tho genuine "Brown's Bronchial Troches"
ore Bold only in boxes.
. I IIMIIII l..(.. . i , ,
COMPOUND SYRUP OF
ISA CERTAIN REMEDY FOR
CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS, ETC.
Compound Syrup of
SPEEDILY AND PERMANENTLY tTRKS
C'onfcetlon of the Luns, Uroncliltl, Consump
tion, Nitrvoti Prostration. Shortues of Ilreath,
Palpitation of the He.irt, Trembling r tho Hands
and Limbs, Physical and Mental Depression, Los
of Appetite, Lou of energy, Los of Memory. It
will rapidly Improve the weakness, finclton and
orgibs of the liodv, which depend for health upon
voluntary, scmt-voluutury aud Involuntary nervous
It acts with ritror, gentleness and suhtjety, owlnc
to the exrjnisite harmony of its ingredient, akin to
pure blood itself. Its tuete pleasant, ana Its effect
St' John. N. B.
Mr. .lame I. Fellow. Chemist, St. John, N.IS,
Dear Sir: Having used your Compound Syrup
of Uypephosphlte for some time In my practice, 1
have no hesitation In recommending, (t to my pa
tien's who are stitrerlnu from general debility, or
any disease of the lungs, knowUs that even In
case utterly bopelcea, It afford relief.
I am, sir, yours truly, H. G. ADDY, M. D.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
EARS FOR THE MILLION!
Foo Choo's Balsam of Shark's Oil
Positively Restore the Hearing, and i the Only
Absolute Cure for Deafness Known.
This Oil is extracted from a peculiar specie of
small White Shark, caught in the Yellow Sea,
known a Carcharodon Rondeletll. EveryChineee
fisherman know it. It virtue a a restorative of
hearing were discovered by a Uuddhlst Priest about
the year 1410. It cure were so nnmeroua and
many so aeemlngly miracnlou. that the remedy
was officially proclaimed over the entire Empire.
Its use became o universal that for over 300 years
no (lem'enes has exitcd among the Chinese peo
ple. SeEt, charge prepaid, to any address at $1 per
Only Imported by nAYLOCK A CO..
sols auknt roit AMEKitA. 7 bey St., New York.
It virtue aro unquestionable and it curative
character absolute, a the writer can pe'soually
ti'stil'v. both from experience and obaervatlon.
Among the many readers of tbe Heviewin one
part and an .titer of the country, It I probable that
number are afflicted with deafnes". and to ucb it
may he said: "Write at once to Haylock & Co., 7
Dry Street. New York, enclosing 41. and von will
receive by return a rcni'dy that will enable you to
hear like anybody else, and whose curative effects
win ne permanent. ou will never regret doln
o. -r.ditor nf New Ytrk Mercantile Review
ept. tn, Ih-U.
Obtained for new Invention, or for improvement
on oio sues ; tor raeaicai or omer compounds, trade'
marks and labels. Caveat. Assignment. Inn
ference. Appeal, Suit for lafrlngemeut, and
all ease arising nndcr the Patent Laws, prompt
ly attended to. Invention that havo been
tip TFflTFT. b' ,he tUiLt 0fflce may
xiU'iuJX xju in most case, be patented by
n. Being oppoMte the V. 8. Patent Department,
and engaged in Patent bnlues exclusively, we can
make cloer searches, and secure Patents more
promptly, ana witu nroaaer Claims, tnan those wo
are remote rrnm vt asnmgton.
I XTFXTOl S ,und nt h n,odo1 or "ketch
xi.1 xjxj x sij vour device: we ink
amlnatlon and advise a to patentability, free of
cnarge. ah correspondence nnciiy connaentlal.
Price low, and no charge unless Patent is-fecurad,
We refer in Washington, to Don. Postmaster
General D. M. Key, Rev. K. D.Power The German
American .-National iianlt, to omclal In the U. S.
Patent Office, and to Senator and Representatives
In Congress: and especially to onr clients in every
State in the Union aud in Canada. Address
O. A. SNOW & CO..
Opposite Pat nt Office. Washington D. C
Benj. F. Grafton, Story B. Ladd
Halbert E. Paine.
Late Commissioner of Patents,
PAINE, GRAFTON & LADD,
Attorneys at-Law and Solicitors of American and
412 FIFTH STREET, WASHINGTON, D. C
Practice patent law In all its branches in the
Patent Office, and in tho Supremo and Cireuit
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Many have made at the business over on hundred
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HAVING etabllhe hi works at the above men
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manufacturing Steam Engines and Mill Machinery.
Having a Steam Hammer and ample Tool, the
manufacture of all kind of Machinery. Railroad.
Steamboat and llrldgo Forging mada a specialty.
Especial attention given to repair of Kj itnesand
lira Casting of all kind made to ordet
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Will make, for the next 60 days only, a Grand Offer of
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
SfioO Square Grand Piano for only 8215.
STTLE 3 Jl'.?' Jicwoi case, elegantly finished, 3 string' 1-1 Octaves full patent
sementlne ,i . " ' T 'Hh' ?"? ?" ?v?rtr..nR .rale. beautiful carved legs and T vreCvV
men, in fact wry imp
been added improvement which can in
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Uprights are the hZst iS i n J vJ. l!. J"1.1 ' ?v"lu;n ln .f makta The
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HI? Ci V TQ "r "Parlor (irand Jubilee Organ," si
V11U1.1 ij organ ever ollercdthe musical public
fir...n,.. m ..i .?ai I of .8 ' A c tye cac h , and one of t
sical composition, by the best author,
WHAT THE PEOPLE SAY OF IT.
Geo. Mutchler, Marion, P., says : It beats
Daniel Hoffman, a farmer, near Marion, Ohio, says it cured him of a sore throat of 6
years' standing. '
WT. N. Palmer, 149 Morgan street, Buffalo, N. Y Says: My cliihl wag taken with &
Cough, in its severest form, and Dr. Thomas' Ecleetcic Oil being the only remedy at hand",
I began giving jt according to directions, and it gave immediate relief, and the chili
slept well the remainder ot the night. I have used it in my family with complete
Sold by all Druggists.
Go to PAUL G. SCHUH, Druggist,
Dyes, ror brightness and durability
pounds, price 15 cents.
Cure Your Backache.
And all diseases of the Kidneys, Bladder and
Urinary Organs by wearing the
Improved Excelsior Kidney-Pad
It Is a MARVEL of HEALING and RELIEF
Simple, Sensible, Direct, Pain
It CTJRKS where all ele fail. A RT'.VET.A.
TION and REVOLUTION ia Medicine. Absorn-
tlon or direct application, as opposed to un
satisfactory internal medicines. Send for mis
treatise on Kidney troubles, sent free. Sold by
drugglts, or sent by mail, on receipt of price, ii.
Thl is the BATFS Xr. RAT FV
fad a.u jinunuu oireei.
Ask for if and
take no other.
Managers for the Northwest.
2 f-w in
DR. J. A. snEHMAN AND THE ONLY DR.
or more for his successful method of treattni?
fllct. may be consulted at hi ollice, St. Louis, Ma., until the SOth of December, after that at his New
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Mr. 11. F, George, Attorncy-at-Law, Rent, Inion Co., Iowa, treated by Dr. Sherman at his 8t Ionia
onlco, write: "Having used your Rupturo treatment, and having been permanently cured. I cava
spoken highly of it merits and recommend it to my friend." ' ' a J
lit. Sherman I. the discoverer ot tbe only known cure for Rupture by local external treatment.
No man l afe who ha a Ruptnre, no matter how inaigntilcant he may consider It. for every man wha
has died from it once flatteied himself that It was but a trilling ailment; and every man who now suf
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