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MRS. LYDIA L PINKHAMi
OF LYNN, MAS3.
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LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8
Th Positive Cnr,
For all Female Complaints.
This preparation, a Ita nam alrnlne, voiuiit of
Vegetable Propertloe lliat are tiamilee to tba mud del
Wte Invalid. Un oik trial the merit of thl Com
pound will be iwroiriiliMl, m relief l Immediate; and
ban rtauelacotitlnml, In mm ty nlneeaanein a nun.
dr4, aparraajwntRurataeffe'tod.Mlhouaanda will tes
tify. On amount of Ita proven merits. It It to-day re
commended and pruacrllwd by tbe beat phyalrlana In
It will tura entirely the worrV farm of falling
of tba uteris, Lrnrorrho-a, Irregular and painful
Manatraation,ailOTaf1aiTmabb, InrUnunattun and
OV-eraMea, riomtlnica, at blsblaeetnente and tba eon
eqocnt spinal waaknaae, and la especially adapted to
the Chang, of Ufa. It will dlaaolra and eiprl tumor
frara the utenuln an rly tK of 4evelniment. The
tendenry to ranreroua humor there la cherk-d very
speedily by Ita nap.
la fart til ha promt to he I ha great.
Ml and beat remedy that baa ever been discover
ad. It permeate every portion of the ym, and gitaa
new Ufeand vl-or. It removes falntneas.flatulenry, de
al roye all rravlng for attmuianli, and relievra aeaknea
f tha eum-h
f, cure lll'iatlng, llradarhra, Kervmia Prostration,
OenaraJ DeblUtj, Meepiraon,, tjlr,.in arid tndl
gettlon. That feeling of bra ring down, rawing pain,
weight and backache, la ahaaye permanently cored by
Ita una. It will at all time, and under all rirmmatan
eaa, art la hartnucy wlUi tbe law that govern tha
For Kidney Complaint of either e tbia rutn pound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
la prepared at US and tS Western Avrnne. I.ynn. Mae.
Pric. I.W. Si I Uittlea f or i.Vuo Htnt by mail In tha
form of pllla. abwln Hm form of I'ientr,'. nn receipt
of price, il.OO, per boi. for eltlwr. Mr PINKIl.tM
f reel aiuwrri all Hlin of Inquiry rVrid I ,r pe.'u
phlet Address aa ahove JaVn'ioa IAi rirr.
ho fanillrnhouldbr without l.nilA K I'lNKHAM'
ljv;it I'lUJJ. TlM'jr cnr Conrtiiili..i, lUUuuwien
and Torpidity of tbe Lirer. U c nu urr o-;a.
UICHAHDSOX & CO., St. bmix, Mo.
Wholfanlc a'ila for LYIHA K. I'INKIIAM S
.N KW ADVEKTISK.M EN TS.
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A STEAM FORGE.
Vulcan Iron Works
98 omo levee, cairo. ills.
John T. Bonnie,
HA VINO eatabllMied hiaworka at the ahovo men
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Having a Steam Hummer and nmplo Toola, the
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I! IV Kit NEWS.
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lohn A Wood New Orlean
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ioldin Crow ii Cliicinuiill
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UKNKIt Al, NEWS.
T!i Iti''! C!!oU'l is due Iicri'.
Tlie Vint Sl.Inklo fur Memphis is mi hi r
Tlio liver at St. Louis is fit'iiiii' very
Tho Ohio at C'liicinnttti is about on a
Tlie river Rt EvanHville ii statioriftry, 18
feet unl 3 inches.
1 Ii'! Will Kyle will Ik; here thi after noun
for New Orleans.
The Fowler will leiive this even'ng at
the usual hours fur l'aducah.
The Audy B.nun fur Memphis left here
yestiidiiy, atioiit 4 o'clnck j). m.
The C. N. Diivis for Evansville will leave
here this evening at six o'dntk.
The J. II. Bigley and barge lor New
Orleans, will be here sometime to-day.
The II. T. Dexter from Evansville came
down yesterday, and returned about seven
o'clock p. ni.
The Colorado fur Memphis leaves St.
Louis this afternoon at 5 p. m , and w ill he
lure this evening.
The City of Alton, for New Orleans,
leave St. Lotus to-day and will be here to
The Ohio at this point is stiil falling
rapidly, and is now only a little over 2'J
feet altove low water mark.
The Juo. A. Soudder is on tile docks
undergoing repairs, after which she will be
painted and receive new chimneys.
The) steamer City of Helena, for Vicks
burg, left St. Louis yesterday at 5 p. m. and
will in all probability be here before 7. p.
in. to day.
I)n Ire (Wis.) Standard.
One of our patrons here had a log to roll
over one of his feet, and was unable in con
sequence, to walk the distance ot a rod, for
the hist two months. About two weeks
ago, he observed a notice in the Standard,
and sent to W. II. Chapman's Drug Store,
West De Pere, to purchase a bottle. He
applied it to his foot, and in two hours lie
whs able to walk across the Btrect; in two
diiTs the pain had entirely disappeared.
Tho foregoing are strictly tho facts of the
case; the party's name is John Vergeldt,
and lie will at any time certify to the
A Couif h, Cold or Sure Throat
should be stopped. iNeglect frequently re
sults in an Incurable Lung disease or Con
sumption, Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syrups
and balsams, but net directly on tho inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma. Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
the Throt Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
give peifect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they havo attained
well-merited rank among tho few staple
remedies of tho ago. Sold at 25 cents a
Bb wish; simply call on your druggist
for "Dr. Seller's Cough Syrup," when, you
have a cold or cough. 25 cents a bottle.
Few persons so fully appreciate the value
of nowspapor advertising as those suffering
from Biliousness, or Liver complaint, when
they read tho advertisement of Spring Blos
som and try it. Prices: fl., 00 cents, and
trial bottles 10 cents.
CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY TOliNINO, MARCH 0, 1881.
MUTE AND HIS MULE.
' Man' Battle with a fitrre-t-Car Lino.
Philadelphia Evening Now.
Recently during a heavy snow storm
a jolly old Irishman drove around from
Eleventh street into Walnut, and stop
ped hi loaded coal-wagon on tho car
track in front of the house for which the ,
coal was ordered. There was a ridg
of snow from two to throe feet high ou
each side of the street-car rail., extend
ing to the sidewalk, and to back tho
coal-wagon in over that frozen mass of
snow-wa an obvious impossibility.
The Irishman surveyed the si cne for a
moment, and then, grasping the coal
shovel which lay on tho top of the load,
he went vigorously to work to shovel
out a sort of cut in the miniature moun
tain of snow through which to back hit
load to the sidewalk. lie had not been
thus engaged two tuiiiuti's before a
street-car carno up.
"Drive that wagon out of the way,"
shouted tho driver of the street-ear.
The Irishman continued to shovel
away the snow in calm iudilTerenee,
"Hi! there, you coal man; get that
wngon outin1 thar; d'ye hearr"' again
vociferated the driver.
The Irishman worked on shoveling
with a sweet and pensive air.
"Say, there, you , do you
want to keep me here all night with
your wagon blocking the way?"
madly whooped the driver.
And still the Irishman kept right on,
and the mulo seemed to smile softly, nn
it werp, at tho condition of affairs. By
this time three other cars, a carriage,
two grocers' wagons, and a dray had
accumulated behind, and the line was
strung out a.s far as the Walnut Street
But the Irishman didn't seem to mind
it. Neither did tho mule. The lirst
kept on shoveling the snow, and the
latter watched tho performance in an
absent-minded sort of way. Then
things began to get lively. The con
ductors and drivers of tho first three
cars came up and had a swearing bee,
the audience consisting of the mule, the
Irishman, two women, seven men and
twenty boys. It was a sympathetic au
dience, the boys especially testifying
their appreciation of the efforts of tlie
drivers by frequent and encouraging
About this time the scene had become
truly animating, and a Xtwt reporter,
a lot of laborers, several other women,
two Chinamen, nnd a hundred or so
more buys from school, made the tout
ensemble complete. From the windows
of every house in the block fair women
and bravo nien looked down approv
ingly at the inspiring scene, and the
procession, which was headed hv that
mule and coal cart, and which extended
down to Washington square nearly
one-third of a mile promised a really
splendid effect when that Irishman gave
the command to move. But he didn't
seem to appreciate the condition of af
fairs, and he worked right ahead, cheer
fully whistling "Rory O'More."
Finally a policeman arrived with a
rush he was moving at the frantic paco
of a mile an hour to see what the row
was all about. But it's greatly to his
credit that he soon found out.
"Take away that wagon," said the
policeman, in his sternest and niot au
"An' be me sowl I can't lift the wag
on, can I?" said the Irishman.
And the crowd yelled with delight,
while the A'fici man suggested that that
was the mule's business. And so they
all went to work. The policeman ami
several conductors and nine drivers all
pushing the wagon and Mike holding
on the head of the mule, and sat ing,
"(Jit up," while ho gently but tirmly
exerted the pressure the other way.
But the brave mule was conquered at
last, and as he got his weather eye
round at the car-track, and as Mike
patted him on the head and bowed in
response to a compliment about send
ing Irishmen where they wouldn't bo
troubled shoveling snow, it was with
profound satisfaction that master ami
mule realized the fact that the combined'
efforts of their enemies bad placed the
wagon in the vory spot where it was
Catakuh. Relief iu rive minutes in
every case; gratifying, wholesome relief
beyond a money value. Cure begins from
first application, and is rapid, radical and
permanent. Ask for Sanford's Radical Cure.
Complete tort I.
Conundrum. Why is Dr. Thomas' Elec
tric Oil like a glazier? Ans. Because it
takes out bad pains. Moreover it relieves
throat and lung complaints, piles, kidney
troubles, etc.. is economic, nromut. nnro
aad is composed of six of the best oils
Known. j'aci, u. scum, Agent.
Letter from Paolo Marie, the great Prima
Donna of French and Italian Opera:
Mendelsohn I'luno Co., New York:
Gentlemen I am delighted with your
Upright Pianos. Everything seems pos
sible with them. They have such a power
ful tone, that I can imagine myself playing
upon a Grand, nnd yet they are susceptible
of the most delicate shades of expression.
Their musical quality is lovely, and for an
accompaniment to singing, I wish to use
only a Mendelssohn Piano. Wishing you
every prosperity. I am,
Mus. Baiinhokkt, cor. Pratt ami Broad
way, has been a sufferer for 12 years
through Rheumatism, and lias tried every
remedy she could hear of, but received no
benefit, until recommended to try the Ec
lectric Oil. She says she cannot express
the satisfaction she feels at having her pain
entirely removed and her Rlmmnatisin
cured. P.aul 0. Schuh, Agent.
To all who are suffering from tho errors
and indiscretions of youth,nervous weakness,
early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
send a recipe that will euro you, freo of
charge. This great romedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
a self-addressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph
T. Inman, Station D, New York City.
(Iko. Buost, Clinton street, Buffalo, says,
your Spring Blossom is a first class remedy
for sick headacho and stomach derange
ments, and also acts well on tho kidneys.
Prices, 50 cents, nnd trial bottles 10
TMr. C. V. Collin has figured out that
New Hampshire produces bread enough
to feed her opulation twenty-eight
days, Massachusetts furnishes enough
for one day, and Rhode Island did not
raise grain cnough to give all her peo
ple a breakfast.
Nearly all of Ireland's 1,740, S91 acres
of bog and marsh belong to tho great
Allen bog, which spreads over the central
jn-rtion of the great limestone plain of
Ireland, and occupies a large portion of
the counties of Roscommon, (i a! aw ay,
Westnieath. King's and Queen's coun
ties, and Kildare. This vast bog forma
tion aries in depth from twenty-five to
fm ly feel, and is full of stagnant water.
The President has granted Private
James Qninn a certificate of merit for
bravery. Qninn was witl ieutenant
Nchwatka ami scout "Capt. Jack," iu
187G on tho Big Horn and Yellowstone
expeditions, and displayed great person
al bravery under fire, and while en
garred in digging and building breast
works. He also took part, with twenty
five men. in the charge upon an Indian
village. He has participated in six defi
nite engagements, and is now engaged
in the service as a corporal.
The souvenirs of his trip to India
brought home by the Prince of Wales
have now borne fruit in an English pas
sion for articles of East India make.
Tho carpets of Mirzapore and Agra,
the jewelry of Delhi, Cuttack, ami Tri
chinopoly, engraved rapousse brass
work of Benares are coming into Lon
don at a pace which fairly alarms
householders of moderate means. A
consignment of the Benares brass-ware
also reached New York some weeks ago,
and will soon be offered at auction
Mine. Thiors' will, it appears, is very
vague and likely to give much trouble
to the executors Messrs. Mignet, Bar
thelemy Suint-IIilaire, Calmon, and
PimiI Picinusitt. Mile. Felicio Dosno is
sole heir on condition that she gives
immcdiatclv to Louvre the different col
lections of M. nnd Mine. Thiers, collec
tion of porcelaines de Saxe. Mile.
Dosne joins to these gifts the famous
necklace of pearls that Mme. Thiers
wore but once or twice, and which is
estimated at 300,000 francs. Mme.
Thiers bequeaths 2,r.000 francs to the
city of Paris; orders the erection of
sonic institution or other on her land in
the Bois de Boulogne, but without any
definite direction as to the employment
of the money or the. nature of tho in
stitution in question. The other rela
tives of Mme. Thiers have nothing.not
even (ien. Charlemagne.
- a aa
"rt'llEN I nublirlv ti'Kfifipd tlnit T Ini.l
I been cured of a terrible skin humor by the
r'. l r i:j .1. . .1
vuiii um iv'iiii-iiies, 1 oiu so tnui Oilltrs
might be cured, and do not rerrret the time
given to answering inquiries." -Hon. Wil
liam Taylor, Boston.
At Phil Howard' old Maud,
rpiiE BESTOFFHESII meatof a l kinds
- alway on band In largo q uat title, ami sup
tilled to steambimt al all hour. John (.hide, weil
knnun to river men, w ill be found aboard all bouts
to tuke order for mi at .
pOLL'MBL'S, HICKMAN, NEW MAD-
RID AND TIPTONVILLE.
M. J. TURNER, Master.
J. K. NEWS, Clerk.
Leave Cairo every Monday and Friday for tho
iibove point. For freight or paagp apply nt No.
Leaving Cairo every duy, except Smithy, a follow
cm C. N. DAVIS,
ON TUESDAY AND FRIDAY.
ON WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY.
affighi II. T. DEXTER.
ON THURSDAY AND MONDAY.
JAMKH UlCtOrH Paunger and ticket
agent. Olllce corner Sixth and Ohio Levoe. Tick
et ld to all point East by river aud rail.
(AIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE lBul ; STATES.
On andaftor Monday, June 7th, and nntll Inrtber
notice the ferryboat will make trip a follows:
LSAVE L1AVS LSAVKS
Fot Fourth st.' Mlssonrl Lanrt'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
fl:oo a. m.
10:00 a. m.
S:iKl p, m,
10:ao a. m.
9 a. m.
11 a. m.
I) p. m.
3 p. m
S I'll IN 0 BLOSSOM.
Mlttm.tliiiiniMH,, t .
by RAUL (J, sell Uilj'CAIRO; ILLS.
M, aeW (M
tn i -iV-t V; !'" VM,.MiVM"i,r 'J ' V LVV - -
.iwLhs A is J) RLOTCIlES::;::
K II li D M A T I S M !
Jheuiimtism nnd Neuralgia lay the strongest on the shelf,
m"1 lmv. rich and poor, "you know how it is yourself,"
Jnch motion causing agony, your life is full of pain J
jjntil guided by God's merry, you Eclectric Oil obtain! "fj
Jost happy then you nre to find, your pain Ims gone away,
i.d half a bottle .still is left to do another dayl
rp.cn great fully yoti sing in praise of Thomas' Eclectric Oil,. . . ; rjl
p curing your Rheumatic Pains, that did your Comfort spoil j
Co let loud IVins f joy be sung, rcsiind from shore to shore, g
J ake known to all Rlienmtic Pains, need never trouble more, jyj
SoM by all Dniggists. PRICE W) cents and 81.00.
Go to PAUL (;. st HUH, Druggist, Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Freeim.ns' New National
Dyes. For bnchtmss and durability of color are unequalled. Color fiom 2 to 5
pounds, price 15 tints.
. mm mam rm jm mm aa a
b I KULEUK
Used and approved by the leading PHYSI
CIANS of EUROPE and AMERICA.
The most Valuable
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CBADni:DM. ATTJSEI'IIILADr.l.PIHA EXPONITION
MLVKU MEDAL AT TUh PAEIS EXPOHITIOM. COLGATE & CO., N.Y.
Till: Kill' ITA I'.I.K Lin-
Assurance Society of tlie United Stits
lO BKOADWAY YORK
W. N. CRAIXE, Geiieriil Manager for TllinoiH, Iowa, Nebraska, and the
Territories, ltM learbnrn Street, CLicago.
K. -A.. BUMTSnSTT, Agent.
O.riiM' Twelfth St., and Washiinrtun Ave., Cairo, Illinois.
Mendelssohn Piano Co.
Will make, for tlie next tiO days only, a Grand Offer of
PIANOS AJSn) OEGANS.
fiJloO Square Oriintl
STYLE '? Msi-'ihlcent Unacwood rae, eleeaiitlv flnlehr.d.:) lrlti(;r tl (irtave full tatent
fiinlaiiU'anralle , our new patent uvertrunt aeale . lii Hiitiltil VHrvt'd It 'ua and lyre heavv
serpentine and lHre fancy niotilillnir round run', full Iron Krame, Ktei.eb Orand Action (irand Ham
Jiiera. In fact every Improvenieut which can In miy way tend lo the perfectlnuof the lustrtinifiil hi
tT"Oiir price fur thl inetruinent boxed and delivered on board the earn it New York O.ll f
nil line I'iiino Cover. Stool ui.d H.,ok. nnlv 1 ur" SS 'J.il (III
with tine I'inno Cover, Stool aud Keok, only
i nt I'lano win ne ent nn let trial .
lano will he ent nn ti nt trial . I'lear etid
h onl. rv.lll be refunded and freleht , haree
I In , ilils advertleenieut. Thoueand In ue.
ent with I
ranted for nvevear """""""" lu U'B'
Pi A T( W ,"t,(wl,lh Cou,r Bnd
J. IAIN I JO '!'';' f?; V!" V,Wr 1 hl''u '
Inhibition, mid weru tinnii molt
Square contain our New 1'iil. iit Scale, the treitt.t
et dutuhitity. 1 hey are re. enunended by the Mplieet niualral authorltl e ii th Vol "n try 14,i i)
In ue, and tint 0110 u.Mtilled purchaser. All I'ianos nnd Oruan ent on l: day test trll-freli!ht
free If unsutlsfuciorv Hon'l hi t.. write us befre ht.vlnR. .Positively we.'ucr Zne. th.rtf.1nai (Vt'
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