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LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
The I'oMUvp Onre
For all Female Complaints.
Thla proration, aa ita nama aiKnlum, tvinaUU of
Veg-ataijle lT,iprte. Uit are Uamilua to tha mart dl
kaU Invalid. ln on trial th nwrlia of thi Com
pound will I rwoftniuwi, MM-linf la (mnwdlatn i and
ho lUUMlarontlmif-d, In nlnrtr-nlna coaea In hun.
Imd, prRMn'titcurnaITpotit.u(hoiuanila will tn
tify. On ifMUnt of IU prnvan nwrita, It la Ww!y n
eommrndtd and prt-r'rtbed bjf the beat phyticuuia In
It will cnra entirely lli w form of falllr.f
of Um utania, Ij-urorrlio-a, irn-iralar and painful
Nrnatrutlon.allOvarianTroabk-a, Innamnuttnn and
Ulceration, floodlnfra, all liplaMmrata and the eon
Miuentiplnal knM, and la eaparUlly adapted to
tha Chang of Life. It will dlaaolte arid eipnl tumor
f rein ton uUirualn an early att(o of deVBlupment. The
tandencj to ratmroue humor trier la ohecknt vary
In fart It haa proved to he the frrat
eat and beat remwljr that baa errr own dlarorer
ed. It pcrnwataa every portion of the ayetera, and gira
new llf eand vltfor. It mwm.falntiiMa.flarulpnev, da
rt roy all n-artB- foratlmulania.and relierxe weakMea
rf the atomarh
ft curee Rloatlnff, fliwlafhca, Kf-rvotui rrnat ration,
OcotraJlfetoUlty.rllwpk-aaw-aa, Iximalnn and indl
eeUon. That feeling; of hearing down, raining pain,
weight and bariaohe, la alwaya permanently cured by
Iteuae. It will at all tlnve, aod under all clrmnaUa
eea, art In harmony wtlb the lew that govern the
Por Kidney Cnmplaiiil of atOnr era t lila rompnuDil
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
la prepared at Bland tBWetrn Aemi. Lynn, Maai.
IVioe ll.M. Hit boUIre for IV. hV'nt by mail in the
form of pi I la. alao la tbe form of Iirni:Mi, on receipt
of price, 140, per hoi, for either. Mm Pl.SK HA If
freely answer ail Wtere of lDTdrv fc-nd for pain
phlet. Addreaa aa ahove Mutum thit .t;r.
No family ahoold be without I.TMA K I'lSKFiAH'
UV.HVIUA. They eure t'ontiMtlon, Cihotuneat
andTorptdity of tbe Urtr. K nritx nrr fix.
MCIIAKDSOX & CO., ht. Louis, Mo.
Whole.aie ap-ul f.,r l.VVIS K. PINKHAM'S
Vegetable Coin pound.
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i ii rpnar aoveruaera we niter anpenor Induee
inenta. Ixith aa to rate of ehamea and manner nf
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aireet) here advertiHini; contract may be made
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Communication upon aubjectaof ueiieral Interest
tothepnlillrareatNll time acceptable. Rejected
m luiiacrtpl will not he retnrned.
' elt-raaiidc.ommiinlcailonalionld be addreited
"B. A. Burnett Cairo Illinois "
Sonictxaly wtl'l. in the email, luit kvo,
'1'hnt you werfin:irri d, or m to tic.
1 have not thniifhi nf you I livc,
Hlmi! IkkI r imrteil. l.i-t ni- ;
Five lunif aiiiiiiiH'ra hiivc p;m-i aiijfc tbiii
Kn b hiiK Imm-h pir.isint in it own way
And ymi nr.- Imt i,inw,t n,u n ni.-n
Who bine- pl.tycil the suitor tt Hiirmner day.
Hut. ni-venheh-'ii, h.ii I lnurd your nitiiie,
(.liplfd Willi niie'i. nut my iiwii.
Their Immii. iI in my Icwin a Kuihlon llanif,
Tht furri'd nie Iniek lo the ibiy that U flown.
I waa KjltiiiK Mpiiiti by tin- l.inuhiii(f lutaik,
Wiib ynu ul my lii't, Hud thr f ky hIkivp,
And my h-m1 wns fliillii lnj,' under yiur luok
'I'lv iiinniktiikiilili' iak of loc.
Aim in your briHth, like a uilh wind, funned
My chia k where the blnihi1 cittno mid wont:
And (he ii ii'lrrrlexpof your Ktronir, warm bntid
hiidden Ihrillii thmufth my iul!M"i wnt.
Aciiln youare mine by luve'a own rifhl
Mine forever by luve'a decrc-;
So fur a iiionii'iit it HnniH luat nisht,
When omelHly ineiilioncd j oin nimieto mo.
Jut for a moiiienl 1 thought you mine
liOVillS ine. WiKdllg, lift of old.
The talc- rt'im-njlM-rcd ai-emiil half di Ine
TboiiKh I held It liiihtlyenoiiKh. when told.
The pn-d ati'iniil fain r than when it wan near,
A "lileinif briKhti-n when takinK Hifht;"
And Jii"t for the moment I held you dear
When aorni-iMnly mentioned your mime last
Mt-n who recklessly run in lht
frcijuently hu-lincd to cau de V.
Why is the earth like a blackboard?
IleeaiiM' th chililren of men multiply
upon the (:iee of it.
A laily friend fayn that bachelors are
like :t batch of bic-uil good enough
afier they are mixed.
A t-onlidin r correspondent from the
country m-iiiN in a postal card marked
t'nl. Ingerw'l s-ays the chief use of a
vice-president to stand around and
wait fur a funeral.
What an irascible father gays: "As
the twirr is bent, the boy is inclined to
."hoot out at the door." "
If yoti wont to teach a Au arithme
tic, tie up one of hi paws, and he will
1 nit down three and carry one every
Xo lady wilh any refinement will use
her husband's' iiici-rschauin pipe to
drive nails in I he wM.l'liihuldiihin
The Philadelphia Ncwssayn it is better
to have loved ami lost than to be oblig
ed to get tip at 5 o'clock on cold winter
mornings to start a lire.
"Oh, dear said Mr. Motherly last
night as sho arose from the supper
table, "my shoulder aches from butter
ing, bread for those children." Thus
n re the poor tired.
A red headed man recently attended
a masiiucrmlc wrapped from his neck
to his heels in brown cloth, and with
his head bore, lie represented a light
ed cigar.- .S'vc.vp Jln ohl.
Nice child. "Oh, Miss Dashwood,
ma says she's so sorry to keep you wait
ing. I know it isn't true, though, be
cause she said 'bother!' when sho saw
you driving up the avenue." Jiuly.
"Well, sonny, where did you get such
a black eye?" iiupiired a kindly gentle
man of a street urchin. "Oh, a feller
called my brother' a hat a swill dipper,
ami he was bigger than I thought he
The Battle Creek Moon hazards the
opinion that "a girl who will talk of
the 'limbs' of a table, will, after mar
riage, fhnso you around a two acre lot
wilh a rolling-pin and a regular kero
sene coullagralion iu both eyes."
A young lady on meeting a handsomo
young man remarked that sho had
often heard of bis wit. Ho straightway
asked her if sho would take a joke.
Sho answered, -'Yes." Ho quickly
replied, "I'm a joke." To be continu
fd. A professor asked his class, "What
is the aurora?" A student, hosilating,
replied: "Professor, I did know, but I
have forgotten." "That is sad, vory
sad," rejoined the professor. "The
only man In the world that over know
has forgotten It!"
"You old vulture, you," she exclaim
od when ho hinted that five bonnets por
annum wore about enough for any
ordinary wpmitn. Next day when ho
relented and told her to order a sixth,
it would liavo mado an angel Rmilo to
hear her sweetly call him "Birdie."
A youngster, while warming his
hands at the lire, was remonstrated with
by his father, who said: "(to away from
the llro-tho weather is not cold." "I
ain't heating the weathor: I'm warming'
my hands,'rtho littlo follow domurely
replied. Xat York Express.
CAIRO BULLETIN; SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL
W. C. AND L. ASSOCIATION COLUMN.
Edited In the internet of the. Cairo Public Library.
MEN, W03IEN AND BOOKS.
Tub monthly meeting ot tho W. C. and
L. A. will be hold ut tho library room Wed
nesday afternoon, April Oth, at three
o'clock. By request,. Mrs. II. II. Candco
will give the paper ou "The Woman's ('on
gross" at Boston. It is always interesting
to hear tho impressions of on eye-witness,
regarding people who are prominent iu our
country. All aro invited to attend.
Hkv. Fit ed II. WiMis, Sec'y Illinois
State Board of Charities, is an entertaining
fliwaker, and his flashes of humor tell
heavily on the evil he assails. He is to
deliver an address before the Social Sci
ence Association in this city, the middle of
Amono the books received at the Cairo
Library are : "House of the Seven Gables''
and "Marble Faun," by Hawthorne. The '
foundation of the old Seven Gabled House
is bedded in a curse and the story of wrong
through several generations, is fiually over
taken by retribution. Ghosts, bats and
melancholy winds haunt the apartments,
but rays of light siray in too;alI the bright
er for tho spectral gloom.
I.v 1853, on the accession of Franklin
Pierce to the pu-bidencr. Hawthorn' was
appointed consul at Liverpool. Soon after
this he went to Italy and from magnifi
cent St. Peters, from tumultuous Corso del
Popolo, from statuesque and picturesque
Vatican, from hideous Catacomb, and arca
dian Monte Beni, derived the ingredients
of the romance Marble Faun. It is a poets
and psychologist's, not an ech siast's, guess,
at tho origin, growth, and determining of
fice of 6in in the human heart and life.
It is also an instructive study in painting
Hawthokxk stands out in American
literatures as the apostle ot psychological
romance. His characters are, for the most
part, personifications of individual sins.
He seizes on sme trait or phase of spirit
and makes a man or woman out of it.
The most cultivated, best appreciate Haw
thorne's style, because he awakens into
consciousness shades of l'eelintrand thought
that they have experienced, but never em
bodied in words before. Besides the mind
study Hawthorne writes the sweetest, sim
plest and clearest EnglUh that ever ex
pressed thought and emotion.
An English paper declares that Mr.
Black has never been better inspired than
when he conceived Natalie, the high soukd
heroine of Sunrise, one of the new books
just received at the Library. The general
theme is soculism, though the details have
to di with the plotters and schemer",
who use such organizations for 7er
soual advantage. This book is thought by
many to be Mr. Black's best. His, Prin
cess of Thule, Madcap Violet, A daughter
of Heth, In Silk Attire, Lady Silverdale's
Sweet Heart, Maid of Killcwan, Three
Fathers and Anna Floyd, are to be found at
"Between the Gates." b.y Beiij. F.
Taylor, is so in demand at the Library, it
h;is been duplicated. The book creates a
strong desire to travel and see for oneself
the objects of which he makes such beauti
ful peu pictures. The Geysers, far famed
Yo Semite, the Petrified Forest and San
Francisco Bay, with the wonderful light
glittering across it, the people and curious
customs are all to vividly described the
interest cannot flag to the end.
If those holding cards in the Library
would clip from their daily papers, the
lists of new books that are always
furnished and paste them their cata
logues, they would thus secure a full list
of books ou baud.
The publishing firm of S. C. Griggs it
Co. has added to their list of valuable
books, "Victor Hugo" and "The Spell
Bound Fiddler." "Victor Hugo, His Life
and Works, from the French of Alfred
BHrbon, by Frances Shaw," is a well trans
lated biography, and one that enriches our
literature. The author evidently gave
complete possession of mind and energies
to his work4 so that even those who may
not admire Victor Hugo's style will read
his life with pleasure, so bright is it and
full of living interest. Students will find
iu this volume tho history ot tho Btrugglo
between tho ' "classical," and "romantic
school," of which Victor Hugo was tho
undaunted leader. As a volume to be
read in connection with literature in tho
school room, thte boys and girls will
flud this unsurpassed and will enjoy it as
well as older people.
"The Spell-bound Fiddler is from the
Morse Literature of Kristofer Janson by
Auber Forestlur." The introduction, by
Rasmus Anderson, gives a valuable insight
into tho character of the Norwegians, ami
shows how .thoroughly' the national
heart, which is always the people, loves
music. Tho translation gives us a tale that
reads easily and pleasantly. The young
and old, who take an interest in other coun
tries, will gain from this book an estimate
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of tho people of Norway; mid an idea of
their literary style, which is very simple
and clear. Iu this book it will be sum
that there, too, has been growing the right
of liberty of thought and act that has coiuo
naturally to some countries, and in others
will come through tears and blood.
, Mk. J.vues A. Cum.an, Librarian of the
Union Catholic Libiary Chicago, 111., is
the latest man who has been made happy
through the uso of this valuable liniment.
The following is Mr. Conlan's indorsement:
Union Cathomc Liiikaiiy Association,)
204 Dkakkohn Ski-kt,
Ciucaoo. Sept. 10, 1880. )
I wish to add my testimony as to tho
merits of St. Jacobs Oil as a cure fur rheu
matism. Ono bottle has cured mo of this
troublesome disease, which gavo me a great
deal of bother for a long time; but thanks
to the remedy I am cured. This statement
is unsolicited by any one in its interest.
James A. Coxlan, Librarian.
Over the Hills to the Boneyurds.
Sraight to the Bonej ard people go w ho
neglect too long the danger signal of ap
proaching consumption, a hacking cough.
But with Dr. Thomas' Kclectric Oil for a
safeguard tho peril is averted. It is a su
perlatively fine remedy also for rheuma
tism, piles, soreness, hurls, etc.
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tion, Coughs and Colds, Asthma, Ikunchtis,
etc., is given away iu trial Istttlcs free of
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ness or any .um-ct ion of the throat or lungs
by all means give this wonderful ret e ly a
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cases that Dr. King's New Discovery will
cure. For sale by Geo. E.O'IIara, druggist,
Cairo, Illinois. (I!)
Why ought the children of a thief to bo
burnt? Because their Pa steals (pastiles.)
Burns, scalds, cuts, bruises cured by Dr.
Thomas' Eclcctric Oil.
When Found Make a Note of.
"When found make a note of" Spring
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neys, and also the terrible complaint called
stone in the bladder. Prices: $1., f0 cents
and trial bottles 10 cents.
An Adroit Swordsman.
Pulaski, as is well known, was as
adroit a swordsmau as ho was perfect
in horsemanship, and ho ever rode a
powerful and fleet charger. Duringthe
retreat of the American army through
New Jersey, in tho darkest hour of our
national adversity, Pulaski was, with a
small party of horsemen, pursued by a
party of British cavalry, the leader of
which was as good a horseman and
mounted nearly as well as Pulaski. Pul
aski rode in the rear of his detachment,
and the British Captain came in ad
vance of those he commanded. The
morning sun was shining brightly,
casting oblique shadows, and as the
pursued party entered a long, nantjw
lane, Pulaski, having" sntislied himself
of the superior spcedand command of
his horse over that of his pursuer,
slackened his pace and kept his horse
to the side of the lano farthest from tho
sun. Tho pursuing ollicer came up in
hot haste, his sword elevated so as to
make the decisive cut upon Pulaski as
soon as ho could reach him. Pulaski
rode as though ho heard not tho ad
vance upon him yet he kept his eyes
fixed warily upon tho gronnd on tho
side of his horse toward the sun on his
right. As soon as ho saw the shadow
of his pursuer's horse gain upon hint,
and found that the horse's head, by tho
shadow, had gained about half the
length of his own horse's body, ho gavo
a sudden sword cut of St. George, with
his powerful arm, nnd saw tho decapi
tated head of the English ollicer follow
the stroke. His mathematical eyo had
measured the distance by tho position
of the shallow so accurately, and Ids
position giving n long back reach to his
right arm, while the cross stroko of his
pursuer must have been mado at a
much shorter distance to have taken ef
fect, that tho pursuing olllcei' lost his
head before ho suspected that his prox
imity was known or that a blow was
At Phil Howard'! old aland,
ri'IlE IIKHTOFKKKSii MEAT OP ALL KINDS
A nlwny on hand In lariro q iianlltle. and np-
Iil led to Hleaiuhoat at all linur. Joint (dude, well
:nwn to river men, will bu found aboard all boiil
to take orders for meat,
ftOLUMBUS, HICKMAN, NEW MAD
v HID AW D TI PTON V I LLE.
M. J. TURNER, Master.
J. K. MUSK, Clerk.
Leave Cairo every Tuoidnv nnd Prlilay for tho
For rrolifbt or imaanirp aniilv to
Onico, cor. blxth nnd Ohio L tree,
' -a- m d
WoiiTJi'lTs Weight in Gold.
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RHEUMATISM, SPRAINS, BRUISES.
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Uvea. I-or brightness and durability
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For sale by W. Ilejulcrson, Cairo, Illinois.
Mendelssohn Piano Co
Will make, for the next (50 days only, a Grand Offer of
PIANOS AND OUGANS.
Square Grand Tiano for only ?2I5.
STYLE !1 Miuriilllcentlliiai-wnodniai., eliitnlly llnlhliod.a atrliiRH 7 M Orlavca full patent
' cuiiliiiituat'riilli-a, our ni'W imtcnt ovi-rHtriiri(f arnli'. hruiiliml ciuvod leira and lyreliravy
acriKiiilliio and mrijo fimry mmildliiK round rar-e, full Iron Frame. Fr.-nch lirnnd Action. Grand Uam
t'o'" ndaJir ,JVHry ,u,lroveuivijt whiih inn in nuy wuy U-nd to thv imrUcllou of ibe iiiilrnmiut haa
l(,r VrlM fonlils InMrunmnt Imxi-d nnd delivered on board llio raia nl New York Qi)tK in
wii h flue l'lano Cover, Stool and Book, oiilv CiO. VV.
Tim l'lano will ho aenl on tent trial. Fleam aeiid reO renco II you do not ai iid money with order. Cah
rent with order will bn refiuided nnd frel;lit i liHiitea paid hy na both wava If Fliwo la rot Juat aa rep
reaenled In I III a advertlaemenl. 1 boiixiiiKlH In uau. hend for (.'aliilniriiM, Jiveiy Inatruineiit fully war
riitiled for flvo yenra,
"1)1 tTAy iii.Miil"(l(ih Ktonl. rovur and nook). All atrlclly Flrct-claM and aold alW'holo
J JflilUliij ''" fl,,'Oiry inleea Tlieae 1'liinnx nnide one ol the llnect difly at thn Centennial
Kxhllililon, nnd were uniiiilniniialy rceonoiuudid lor the jllL-lieat Honor,
riunrea roiiinui our jm-w riiieui neain, inn ereinei"!
l liriunia are mo iliiesl Hi Ann rie a. Foaltlvely wo
eat diirnliHliy. 'I'liey are recommended by Hie lilKlieai luualrul aiilhurlllia in (be country.
In uae, and mil onu diaanllalled niirchaaer. All I'liinna nnd (iruniia rent on l.' iliiva tent
rreo If llllHillaliiclorv. lion I full to write lla before
aloeiie iniuli'il I rue. lliindaoiiin lilualrnled and J)ua
Kvery l'lano rully warrnnteil lor&veara.
Vll1 4 XTL1 Our "Furlnr Orand Jtihlloa Ori;n," atyle la Hie finest and fwrcteat toned Iieed
wiillVllkj oran everoll'i'riidtlie ninaiciil imlillR. It eontiilua Five Oetnvea, Five acta Heeria,
v.n...iw four of l!4 Oetnvua encli, mid ono or three Ocluvea, Thirteen titopa wlih Orand
Oruan-I)iaoli, Muloilin. Viola, Mute,Celer.le, JUilrel, Kcho, Melodln Forte. Cclcatllin, Vlolina, Flute
Forle, Trrmiilo, Orand Ori'nn and Orand awell. Knee lnia ll--l;it Itiehea: l.initti. 4S In; Width,
4 In; WelKht, biiieil, iiiki lha. '1'hii cnav la of aolld walnut, vein-end wilh choice woodr, and ! of an
nnllrely new and benullliil ilenlpn. eliiborHtel.v carved, lib ruined lumiiela, tuualc cloaet, lanip standi,
fretwork, Klc, ull nlejinntly flnlabed I'onfi'aaea llio luteal and bent Improvement, wllii uri-at power,
ilepili, brllllnuy nnd ayiiipnllieile quality or lone. lleiiultUil olo ellecli nnd perlert atop action
Heirulurrcinll price I'JM. Our wbolenale ncl ranh price to have II Introduced, Willi ituol and book'
oulv I 'f-aa one orunn aelln olhern. I'onlllvely no ilevlnllmi Iu price 'Nopavmi-nt required ntlll yon
have hilly tented thenrgnn In your own borne. We aend nil Orunna on 15 days teat trial aud pay freliiht
both wnyn IT liintriiineni In mil aa riiprenmiled. Fully wnrrnnti d for 5 yonra Other atylea 8 atou or.
Kim only $H.1; M alupa. jsr,: lntnpn,Hm. Ovvr (W.ikki noid. and evury Orau baa Riven tho fulleat rat
Infliction. Illiintrnti'd rlrctilnr mailed Ire. Factory and wnreroom. 5"th ht, nnd loth Ave
SHKKT 31IISK3 r,M" 'T- -','"T.l.0,,r;,0"V,,h,,,t Vl'cecntfor3c-an.p. Till
MENDELSSOllN I'IAKO.COm.I'.O. box 2058, New York Cif j.
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Assnranco Society of tho United States.
IXO BROADWAY NEW YORK
K. A. BTJB3SOSTT, Agent.
Oirner Twelfth St., and Wasliinton Ave., Cairo, -Illinois.
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PRICE 50 cents and 81.00.
Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Freemans' New National
of color arc unequalled. Color from 2 to S
Article from pur
Vaseline iticb a
Vaseline Cold Cream,
Vaseline Camphor Ice,
Vaseline Toilet Soaps,
are taparlar la aa ilallar aoa
and Dinhtharia. etc
An agreeable form of tak
ing Vaseline internally.
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of all our good,
iniiroveiuiii in t tie HIMory or I'lauo niasmi;,
make the flneat Ffaiica, of llio rlclieat tono aud Bat-
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hiivlnir, J'imltlvelv we oiler the nent huruain. Cat
rlinlve lntlipiiu of 4s ineia mallea for 3c itanip.