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MRS. KM it. PINKHAMJ
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Thw PoMltlvo fnrn
For all Female Complaints.
Tula preparation, M Hi nun sliriilll., corulata o(
Vtfrutalito l'rwtlea that f o bannlCHa to the moat del-
Uralld. lVn on trUI tlw merit, of tl.la Com
pound Wtorefiill,arew-f la Immediate i and
un IU uk la continued, In ninety nine ciuealn a Ijiin.
dred, aptniwuientcuriilatiffK'twI.Mtliomanila will u-a-tlfy.
On account of I la provan merit, It la to-da; t -ormnndd
and pn-srrllied by the beat physicians In
It will cure sntlrsly tho worst form of falling
of tha utrua, Lucrrlliea, Irregular and painful
M.iruatlon, all Ovarian Tniubk-a, lnlUraiuatloa and
Ulceration, PloullnKi, all PW.lacetmnH and tho eon
KiuantapliuU wnjuu-aa, and la irlau adapUd to
tha Clang of life. It will dtaaoW and eipcl tumor,
from the uterualn an early atags of den lopmrtit. The
tendency to oanwroua humor, there la chockul very
Ipeedlly by lu aw.
In fact It baa proved in be the gnat
at and beat remedy that baa crar burn (Unalter
ed. It penueatea every portion of tuytera,and(rle
new ll'uand TMfur, It renvivea f alntnnv.natuJency, de
troyi all craving fur aUtnulanta, aj.l relievea wc&kneaa
f the stoniarn
N curve Bloatlo, neadacbra, Wntoua Prostration,
Oaueral tJebUlty, Hkv'pbwivaa, IVpnmaon and ludl
(eatlon. That filling of bearing down, canning pain,
wsight and backache, to alwaya permanently cured by
ltauee. It vUJatallUtuea,andunderall I'trrnmataji
eea, act In bannocy with tha law that gamut toe
For Kidney Complaint of either ei thla rompemad
Lydia i. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
la preparod at S3 and tS Weatern Avenue, I.j-nn. Maa.
Pnc il.OO. Bu bottlca fur V0O. R, nt l,y mail In the
furmof pllla, ali In tlie form of t'U np, un rwclpt
of price, ll.'JO, per b-.r, f..r either. Urn. llNall-tM
freely armera all li tten of Inquiry. Send I t pam
pbiot A-Vlraw aa ahure Mmlum (Au ;i-r.
Ko family anould lie arttlfrut LYDIA E. 1'INKllAM'
UVZUIIUA. Tliey cure IVnatlpatlon, L'Ulouiiiwa
anilTurmdlty of U Ij.ot r. ret.ut.t bux.
KICIIAKDSON Ai CO., Louis, M.
Wli(.!e.a;. agents f,,r LYDIA K. PINKHAM'S
LYDIA. K. DINKIIAMS COMl'dUND
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A GRAND CO.MI'.INATION OF
IJLOOI). Ul'i.MN AND
Malt Hitters di rlvc tt'ir wuii'l rful l.ifi anataln
properticf tMin M M.T, lli"!r inrtln.' nml
rllci i-l'Mniolln lnllili'iuc fr mi lol,tli 'ir i'rarift
Toulc ami Kcvit bxiu'lliDL' l''w r fro n t' I.ISA
YA. aud tlu'ir Hlwii.-Xonrieliltii! I'rin. lpU (mm
IKON, which an fnur (if the u'ri'iiloU IDnciil I'rti
ducrrn and l.lfi'Cri'Htlni; cU'ineiii fvvr unileil In
one mcdiclmi Kur Dcllniii' K'nuli'f, Nnri-lni:
Molhi-rn. a"J Sickly Chl:dri-u, Mn'.t Ititu rn nrv Mi
uri'tnu. holil overvwhiTi-.
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rtii.iiach or Innciive livtr or klilin y e Ami lion
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f heir pi""",or onjoymi; rioil hiultli? l'nrker'a
(llinjur Tonic nlwava n'ruliiti ilicno tin purtutit or
gaua, uiiil ncviT litila to miiku thu IiIikmI rich unit
jiiim. Bail lo flrenulhcn every pnrt of Hit yti'in.
it bus cured hiinilrcila of (l-finl ri n i.' iiiviilliln. Ask
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"Ji. A Uurm-tt Cairo Illlnoia "
TOa THE HOUSEHOLD.
A Di-licnti! White S ponjjo Cake I
rnii'It) thus; '1'itko one tiiinblitr and a
li.tlf u siiur, inn! tiiinhlcr (if Hour, tin;
wi-il-li":tii'ii whiter of ten I'Sfs, two tea
stio'iiifnls of cifiini of tnrtnr (no soda);
llavor t trtiii;.
To Clean Carved Furniture. A'dy
a paint hi'ii'li (Iipii."t in kcrosonu oil.
It will ninuvi! all dint from rraoks,
make tin) furniuin' look liko n;w, and
tin; smell di-cipiiears in an hour if the
windows un? cri.
Miflard f-r Dressing Pickle1?. Can
In! )i'i'iai-eil and pickk'.i put int it ut
any tiiii"? of y nr. To ou' pint of vin1
trar t.ik'i six talilcijioonfiils of inu-itanl,
half an oun -t! of tunnnric, one cupful
d Mii'.-ir, half a cupful of flour; stir
all t''etiier, heat, and turn over the
Mustard for the Table. Take two t.v
lj!i.'.sio(.iilul.s of inu.itard, oni table
spoonful of lloiir, mix them well while
dry, then t;ike half a cupful of strong
vinegar, till the eup with witter stir
tlie iiiu-tliird and llour with this, cook
H as vuu would boiled ciisturd; when
it. is t!ii k enough take from the lire
and all one teasel jonful of suar.
Sewing Apron. No one knows until
she has worn one what a convenience
sewin-.ipron is. Cut a sinitll round
apron of calico or nnv other material
wiiteh you choo-,1'. make a decji jiocket
ikton.s the lidtioiii, in which you may
cany work and into which your .scis
sors," thimble- and thread may lip when
you lire obliged to rise and leave your
sewing for a short time. Tho lar'e
jioi ket may be divided by stitching it
ti.roii'rh the center, and smaller pockets
may be ad led ut the top.
Hoine-Mado Cream Candy. Cnfec
tionery made at houic ha.s the advitn
f.i'ei.f Initio uiiiidiilteratcl; and the
following reeipc from an exchange will
be welcome for the lillle ones; One cof-fee-cup
of whit! suijar, one or two ta
blcpoonful.s of water, enough to make
it dissolve nicely as it heats; boil with
out h'.irrln, in a bright tin pan, until
it will cri.-p in water, like molasses
candy. Just before it i.s done put in a
tablespoonful of extract of vanilla and
quarter of a tablespoonful of cream of
tartar. When suliiciently done pour
into a buttered pan, and when cool
enough to handle, work it as you would
molasses candy, until it is perfectly
white -then stretch and lay on a mar
ble slab, or if you have to use the mold
ing luiard, put buttered paper over it,
and with a chopping knife cut it into
mouthfuls and set away until it creams
which it will do as it dries out. If It
'M ain before it is done, or beforo you
have a chance to pull it, put it back in
to the pan and pour water on it and
boil it over n?;ain.
Novelties in Cooking. A sido dish
which is a favorite in many families Is
made by steaming oatmeal until it is
thoroughly done; when cold, cut it in
slices ami fry till brown in butter;
crushed wheat and corn meal may bo
served in tho same way. One good way
to give an appearance of novelty is to
cook tho meat aud vegetables after dif
ferent rules. For instance, hero are two
ways of preparing codlish, cither one
of which will make, what Dr. Johnson
would very likely call "a good dinner
enough, though not a dinner to ask a
man to." Tick the fish iu small bits,
removing, of course, every bone: fresh
en it in cold water and cook for a few
minutes only in milk, season it with
butter and pepper, thicken it with a lit
tle flour stirred into cold milk; add ono
or two well-beaten eggs; servo on toast;
or, cook in tho same way, but drop tho
eggs (allowing ono or more for each
member of the family) into boiling wa
ter; when done season with butler, pep
per and salt, lay them on a platter, and
pour the li.sh over them. "Codlish is,"
savs Samantha Allen, "not only health
ful, but nourishing to tho mind."
Mackerel may bo cleaned or broiled,
and a little gravy mudo of melted but
ter, or of milk or cream, heated and
poured over It, with a good Hprinkliti;
of white pepper.
Tovpi'ty of tlie Illood.
If the blood bo thin and watery the
whole system is improveriHhed. Tho flesh
is flabby, the muscles lack hardness, tho
nerves are relaxed, tno internal organs but
imperfectly perform their functions, tho
brain in inert, and, in short, tho entire
body is only hnlf nlivo. Tho stomach is
mainly responsible lor this wretched con
dition of thu human machine, fllimulato
and tonu that organ with Hosteller's
Htomnch Hitters, ami a marked change ftrr
tho better will soon bo apparent. Tho ro
Biilt of improving tho digestion with this
potent and genial tonic will bo tho conver
sion of tho mod into rich, pure blood, and
as tho Idood is the raw maturiul from which
OAIRO BULLETIN; SATURDAY M0BN1S0, APRIL 23, 1881.
flesh, muscle, brain, bone aud every tnera-
uraDD, tisaue ana ligament or the body art
manufactured, all these components of tlie
Diaienui iramo will be gradually regene
rated and invigorated. This is sound
doctrine, and is sustained by the logic of
Assisting the Judge,
"These people say you were drunk,
prisouer. How'u that?" asked a police
justice of a seedy looking customer.
"Well, cow, judge, you heard what
they said. You can understand Eng
lish, can't you? Four policemen and
six citizens all swore that I was drunk,
and now you want me to explain it to
you. Ain't been on tho bench long,
Lave you, Judge?"
"I want to know whether you were
drunk or not," demanded the Judge.
"Well," said the prisoner, with a
hopeless air. "I haven't got any more
witnesses. I thought ten would bo
enough. If I'd knowed how particular
you are, I'd had some more, but I say,
just overlook it this time and tako what
these people say. I'll lix it better for
you next trip. I'll bavo tho wholo
"Will you answer my question? I
want to know if you were drunk?" ejac
ulated tho magistrate.
"Judge, what's the use of fooling
away my timo liko this? These people
are all respectable, and they say I was
drunk clear through to my spine. I
don't blamu you for being careful; I
liko to see it, but don't you think you
overdo it a little? If there's any doubt
in your mind, let tho ca.se stand over
and you can write an opinion. I'm in
no hurry about this thing, Judge, but
you and I agree that you ought not
make any mistake. We can't afford it,
"Will you tell rue, sir, whether you
were drunk or not?" demanded the ex
"What's the use, Judge? If you
can't believe four policemen and six
citizens, how'iu I to know you'll put any
more confidence- in me? I can't afford
to have my word doubled in a court
room. You might look over the testi
mony at your leisure and examine the i
authorities, and sav, Judge, if you like, '
I'll submit a brief."
"Are you guilty or not guilty of this
charge? lliat s what 1 want to know,
said the Judge, firmly.
"That's what we're both hero for,
Judge, just to find out that thing. I
came here on purpose, but we don't
seem to make any headway. I thought
when these people were testifying that
they had a clear case, but if you don't
like their style, if yon know 'em, if you
hco anything about 'em that makes you
mistrustful, you can decide against 'em
without prejudice and let them appeal.
Hut be cautious, Judge, be cautious. I
wouldn't like to see any reflections on
these people, any more than on myself.
I'm with you in the matter, Judge, and
I don't want to see you do anything out
of the way."
"I'll send you up for ten days," sen
tenced tho Judge.
"That's what I call fair and honora
ble, Judge. Shake! That's a day for
each witness, and it shows that you be
lieve one-tenth of what each one said.
You've been at this thing longer than
you claim, Judge. You're an old hand
at the business. Say, Judge, if you'd
like to have this decision in the law
books, I'll give you a letter to the
And ari he sauntered into the Black
Maria ho muttered: "And the evidence
showed that I could have got ten times
as drunk at the same rate. Derued
clever Judge, that; I'll Lire him to try
me the next time I tune up," and mak
ing a memorandum of the Court's name
the prisoner relapsed into profound ad
miration of tht! judiciary.
Given up by Doctors.
"Is it posoiblc that Mr. Godfrey is up
and at work, and cured by so simple a
"I assure you it is true that he is entirely
cured, and with nothing but Hop Hitters;
and only ten days ago his doctors gave him
up and said he must die!''
"Wcll-a-dny! That is remarkable! I
will go this day and get some for my poor
George I know bops are good." Salem
Mothers ! Motliers ! ! Mothers ! I !
Are you disturbed at night ami broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth If so, go at once and get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who lias ever used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the fiste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States.
Sold everywhere. 2 cents a bottle.
Mrs. Maria Heinhard, Poughkeepsie, N.
Y., writes: St. Jacob's Oil is an excellent
remedy. My son frequently suffered with
rheumatism. Since ho used the Oil the
attacks became less frequent and the ail
ment has now left him altogether. Neigh
bors and friends to whom I have recom
mended tho remedy report tho same excel
Stop That Cough.
If you aro suffering with a cough, cold,
asthma, bronchitis, hay fever, consumption,
lossof voice, tickling in tho throat, or any
affection ot the throat or lungs, use Dr.
King's New Discovery for consumption.
This is tho great remedy that is causing so
iiitich excitement by its wonderful cures,
curing thousands of hopeless cases. Over
ono million bottles of Dr. King's New Dis
covery have been used within tha last year,
and have given perfect satisfaction in every
instance We can unhesitatingly say that
this is really the only sure euro for throat
and lung affections, and enn cheerfully
recommend it to nil. Call and cot a trial
bottle free of cost, or a regular Bi.o for ft.
For salo by George E. O'Hara, Druggist,
Cairo, 111. . (3)
Fort the dellcato and complicated diffi
culties peculiar to thn female constitution,
Lydia A. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
Is tho sovereign remedy. It aims at tho
csubo, nnd produces lasting results. Send
to Lydia E. IMnkham, 233' Western avenue,
Lynn, Moss., for pamphlets.
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yOCUM & HKODERIUK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
looking at it from a financial stand-point,,
it is becoming a popular plan for manag
to pool their interests, thereby form)
such a costly organization that riothi
short ot packed canvasses will ever pay (
management for the enormous outlay
money. I am speaking
the large shows. Of course tl
small circuses can live if they can irct tl
people inside of their canvass, but wii
such a show as Kobbins & Colvin havl
formed it is decidedly a risky undertakin
But Robbing it Colvin are not the so
owners. It is an or"niznfinn iiifL.e.J
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M.J. TURNER, Master.
J. K. MUSE, Clerk.
Leaves Cairo every Tncsdur and Friday fur the
above points. For "fruiKht or paesaire applv to
Office, cor. Sixth and Ohio Levee.
QAIRO CITY FERRYT CO.
KER li V BOAT
THREE IsSisfi STATES.
On and after Monday, Jane 7th, and until lurther
notice the ferryboat will make trlpa as follows:
LEaVBfe I.BAVKS I.BiVBS
Fo.t Fourth st. Missouri Laud g. Kentucky Ld'g.
8:f a. m.
2:oii p. m.
S::l a. m.
2.:w p. m.
4 ::10 p. m.
9 a. m.
11 a. ni.
3 p. ro.
1 p. in
ORDINANCE NO. 3.
An ordinance to amend section :li of chapter ti
Hevieed Urdiimuce, fixing the lire limits witlilu
He It ordained hy the city council of the cltv of
Skction 1. Thst section 31 of chapter fi of Hevia
ed Ordinances (which fixes the lire limits within
the city i he flineiided lo as to hereafter read us
follows, to-wit :
fr-UTi'is M- All that part of tho cltv embraced
within the follow iug blue ks. viz: Blocks one, two,
three, four. the. fix. seven, elu'ht, nine, ten, eleven,
twelve, thinten. fourteen, (lfieui, sixteen, seven
teen, elirbtetn. nineteen, twenty, twenty-one,
twenty-two. twenty three, twenty four, twenty-live,
twenty-six, twenty-seven, tweuty-cipht, twenty
nine, "thirty, ihlrtvosio, thirty-two, thirty-three,
thirly-loii'.' thirty-live, thlrt"v-sn. thirty-seven,
thlrtv elt'ht. forty-eight, forty-nine, fifty, flftv one,
fifty-two, fifty three, llny-four, Ufly-Uve, filly-nix.
tifty-seven, llfty-elght, sixty, sixty oue, sixty-four,
in the city of Cairo, and blocks oue, sixteen, sev
enteen, eighteen, nineteen, twenty, furty-elght,
forty-nine, fifty, in First addition to city: and ail of
Railroad Strip addition, and all of tho hotel addi
tion to the city of Cairo, shall hereafter tomposo
and he known as the lire limila of said cltv. Pro
vidi dtnat permission lo erect a wooden building
wltliln tlie lire nmi is may ne grunted ny a two
third vote of all the members of tlie city council,
authorized hv law to he ended, upon a written ap
plication of the party desiring to erect such wood
en building, accompanied by plans and specifica
tions. Approved, April slst, A. TV isx .
N. 11. T11ISTH KWOOD, Mayor.
ATTfT: I). J. Foley, City Clerk.
ORDINANCE NO. tVI.
An ordinance fixing the compensutton of tho city
a'torney ami defining his duties; and relatiug to
the duties ol the corporatism counsel.
He it ordained hy tho city council of the city
Miction 1. Thn city attorney shall hereafter he
allowed nnd paid twenty pen cntum of all finns and
penalties (.dually collected iu money, In all suits
for violation of ordinance in which lie nciuallv
appears oil bclmlfof the city, which said per
centum shall he In full for ull services rendered hy
lilin fororin account of tho city.
fKirioN 2. It shall he the duty of the city attor
ney to commence and prosecute all sups for viola
tion of the orlinanctis. before any police magis
trate or Justice of the pence. No person shall he
eligible lo the office of city attorney or he entitled
to receive the pet centum above provided tor, un
less he shall he a duly licensed attorney.
Section 3. That section :), ehupter 2, Revised
Ordinances lie mid the same Is hereby repealed and
the duties therein required to he performed by the
city attorney, are (except as In section 2 of this or
dinance provided) hereby Imposed ou thu corpora
Approved, April 2), A. I) issl.
N H THISTLKWOOD, Mayor.
Attkt:-D. J. EoLKY, City Clerk.
A STYLISH OUTFIT I
The Racine Harness.
Il Is thu best harness made for tho money. II Is
not Muffed with paper nor any spongy alull'. Sad
dles of satne.all our own make and will not gull the
horso. Tim entire harness Is made of good No. 1
Leather, Htvllsh and durably made. Case loops
ou Urldlos and Ureast Collars,
Sent C O. D. Subject to Inspection.
Singlo Harness, Hlnck Trimming Il'l
V. Plain Trimmings 11 no
" ' Nickel Trimmings 15 00
' " Hon Ton or Pluck Gold Lined
Trimming 1A 00
Double " Illack Trimmings 89 00
" " Hon Ton. Nickel or Gold
Lined Trimmings....'. HO 00
When ordering, mention the klud of trimming
yoi want, also, w nether ldo or ovor check, black
or russet hand idoco for tclna; also whether trace
buckles aro wanted ou breast collar, llamo or
llreast Collars furnished with double karneru ua
ordered. Addruna A. LOHUKLL,
Liberal Discounts for Liberal Order, ud Clubs.
For reference teu editor of this paper. -
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by PAUL o. SCI. U1J, CAliaJ," !llC 5
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Woijtji Its Wekjiit ix Gold.
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IT FOR DIPHTHERIA AND (TROUP
IT FOR DIPHTHERIA AND CROUP
It NEVER FAILS to
Sold by all Druggists.
Go to PAUL G. SCIIU1I, Druggist,
Dyes. Fof brightness and durability
pounds, price 15 cents.
THOMAS' ECLECTRIC OIL
Used and approved by the leading PHYSI
CIANS of EUROPE and AMERICA.
The most Valuable
6KIN DISEASES, RHEUMATISM,
CATARRH, HEMORRHOIDS. Etc. Also for
-. Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Croup
rTry them. 25 and 50 cent sizes
CBAM MEDAL AT Til K P9III.ADKI.PHIA
MLYLB MEDAL AT T1IE PAU1S EXPOSITION. C0LGATE&C0.,U.Y.
"V ASKIjI.s SOLD T.Y BARCLAY' BROTHERS
For sale by C, W. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
THREE TOOLS COMBINED FOR $5.00
J, WfT - j WKOWXIIOH. C '
CHENEY ANVIL & VISE CO.,
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Assurance Society of tlie United States.
l'O 13 O A 33 AV A. Y NEW YORK
W. N. CRAINR, Onrrnl Manairrr for Illlnoi.H, Iowa, NVluitska, and Hie
Trri'ltorlcH, 1 OH lk'nruoni Street, Chlntirn.
35. A.. BXJKNETT, Agent,
Oirner Twelfth St., and Wasliinton Ave., Cairo, Illinois.
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OTIIEll REMEDIES FAIL I
OTHER REMEDIES FAIL- I
VllK'E M cents and 61.00.
Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Frecnians' Kew National
of color are unequalled. Color from 2 to 5
sold by RARCLAY BROTHERS
Article from pur
Vaaolluo such u
Vaseline Cold Cream,
Vaseline Camphor lee.
Vaseline Toilet Soaps,
ara auparlar I. as; alaUlar aaaa
An atrreeable form of tak
ing Vaseline internally.
9S rpwm i tinY
and Diphtheria, etc
of all onr goods,
An Anvil with fwu :IHxS Inches, chill-hardened and
polished; a parallel VUewilh 4-inch steel faced Jaws that
open ', Indies : nnd an Adjustable Vise that will hold ar
ticles whose sides are not parnllel. as shown In cut. It I
ihe Partner nnd House holder Krlend. furiilMhluir con
veniences for doing lots of odd Job that cost timo aud
monev to hire done. Sold by all leadinL' wholesale
houses, aud hv retnllers of Hardware or Agricultural Im
plements, hut If your duller has nut yet got them la
stock, wu will ik lid one freight pnld ou receipt of price.