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MRS, LYDIA E. PINKHAMi
CF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Thff l'oaitlv f'nra
For all Female Complaints.
TtiU preparation, aa Its jiame rttwltb, eoanlats of.
Veethle I'roperUea that are luumlma to the tnoet del
icate lovalM. Upon one trUl the merits of thla Cum
round will be re.ciifiill, aa relief la Immediate and
when IU nmli continued, In ninety. nine caw In a hun.
dred, pi!nnanntnirlielIertrl,Mthoanil will toe
tl'y. On account of IUi proven merits, It ! t--dav re
commended and pruarrllwd by the bent phyaklaua In
It will run entirely the worst form of falling
of the uumie, Leucm-rlm-, lirctpiUr and painful
Meturtruallim.allOvarlanTroutiliia, inflammation and
Cloeratlon, rioodlQKa, all DUpcemente and tlui eon
Kjnent iplnal wealcueaa, and la wpeclally adapted ta
the Chang's of Life. Jtwtl!dlmlre and tipel tumor!
from the oterueln an early atao of development. The
tendency to rauceroua humors there ta checked very
Ipoedilj bv Ita use.
In fart It haa provrxl to be the groat
eat and beat remedy that Laa ever h-n dlaroter
ed. It penmate, every portion of the ayiteni, and gives
Dew Ufe and vigor. It removes falntnei,natuleney, de
stroys all craving for Klxaulanta, and relieves weakw m
f the atonuu-b
I, euree Ek-tlng, fleadar-hea, Servona I'rortratlon,
General Debility, Blreplramnei, UeprvMlnn and Indl
geatlon. That feeling of harln(fdown, causing pain,
weight and barkarhe, la always permanently cured by
it. use. It will at all tliuca. and under all rlirqnuUn
cae, act In bannouy with the law t-t govern the
for Kidney Complaint, of either aei tM, compound
Lydia I. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
la prepared at t3 and 5 Western Avenue. Lynn. M aa.
Price l 00. bottlra fur '..). Bent by niall ta tha
form of pille, alaotn the form of f'K-rurea, on rnclpt
of price, 11.00, per not, for either. Mrs. n-II.1
f reely aim ere all Ktera of Inquiry. Rind for p&ra
phlct Addreea aa aove M-nti'm this p-ijr.
Ko family nbould be without I.YDU fc. 1'INWHAM'
UVK I1LLS. They curw ConitlpatU.n. KUloutmaj
audTortiid!ty of ttw IJver. Si cunuuer hot,
HICIIAUDSON & CO., St. Imi, Mo.
Whole(a:c a.-t.lia for LYDIA K. l'INKHAM
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S COMPOUND
Sold by I5AHCLAY imOTIIER.
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f have tieeoroe the favor-
it-. t,1 tiie ufo : c-'iiihin.
ir.Keum'irt and hmltl.i
with eletfancol fonn to
areniarkab decree, and
an ljhiu rwiurmu uw
. nhpiciana Tbef nveired
S the Ilih)t Award atlua
' t'enietinial r.ip.uuni.
I'nce l,Waod opwarda
T .J.r'nnvnwn Wltntl'd
ThMA lu.neta a- nK tld t't merchant.
tac'aaive (rri!'H en. Atienta nmkelhiaa Perma
nent and Pn liubl.- reiainwa. Sen'l h r tenna to Mine.
iniawoLD o , Wt lir.ia.lway,'. Y . or tolieneral
Wnim Aent..l. H. Wjnt 4 W. rredonu, .Y.,
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Hleep-l'romotlii!; Influence fr m 11( il'.i.th' ir u'rancl
Tonic anil f ever-axpemiig roweri" irani n.i-i-Y
A. and their Ilium. No'in-lilns I'rin. Iple- from
imiV wbieh are f.mr of the trrentuat lliomt I'ro
itnora nnil I. ilefreiilinL' element, ever ni.lled In
nne medicine Knr Delicate Kemale. Nur-lnc
xinther.. and Sicklv Children. Malt Hitters are Ml
preme. on v r, n"re.
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er refused $lt,0 for twenty-Iivo years
M- r.v so gi-arco i i Enfield, Conn.,
t.i.t! '.'en el el't rli'lS hav! leeU
li -in 'lit f ; -ni New York to "rt t"-l.a"-i..
An eh v.'it-.r in a lirideioit. Conn.,
faitorv c: ni(- down on a woman at
work in the oiitiiiin', ami, although
w.-Liiiii''I'fl pounds was held tin by
i-r iiniii in-ljt came.
Pi..fi-vi-r Virehow, of Ik'ilin, has
ch'ali tlie se-'etaiians a blow. J lie ad-
vieat'i of a vegetable tliet have niaiu-
taii.r 1 that animal food was not natural
toman. lhn is denied by ITOfessor
Yiieiu.w, who poes into the anatomy of
the ip. stiotl.
Iii the year iHsn America issued se?-
nty p:it'iiu t women. And not oms
of He m'whs an indicator to be attached
to a bedpost to sliow if there is a man
tniiler the bed. And yet think how
Tti' cli ;'i'!! in;r(lovn on hands and knees
-1 if it u tiling would save women. Jius
t' "t J ',.-!.
Three and one-half miles north of
Oiviimo coal has been struck at tho
deil!i of 1 17 feet. Tho vein is found to
be four feet nine inches in thickness
three feet nine inches of hard 'nut"
coal and one foot of soft. The vein of
hard coal is thicker than any part of
the Corunna coal mines.
Tlie hall occupied by the Dritish
House of Iirds is much larger than
that of tho House of Commons, but
though it can seat live hundred, only
lifts or sixty peers form the average at
tendance for the transaction of the bti.4
iiess of tlie realm. Speakers never
ihi s-i tl.e chair, fir "wool-sack," but
merely ".My lords."
Augusta, Me., is disrespectful to the
peniler sex, or seems to be. The other
night low Augusta people, accompanied
by a lua-s bund, marched through tho
muddy streets to the residence of a citi
zen who had come out of a $10,000
breach of promise suit victorious, and
gave the man a serenade. Scores of
handsome boinpiets were also left along
The windows of the Channing Me
morial church at Newport, 11. I., will
bo very beautiful. George II. Norman,
of lioston, will put In ono to the mem
ory of the late Kufns H. Kinsley. Mrs.
Augustus Hemenway and Mrs. Philan
der Shaw, of lioston, will citeh furnish
a window, and Mrs. P.ichard Uaker, Jr.,
of Iiosion, will put in a ineinoral win
dow to her daughter.
liy a decree of tho Khedive, Egyptian
dervishes are henceforth forbidden to
cut and fihush themselves with swords
and knives, to beat themselves with
great balls of iron, and, finally, to howl
themselves into epileptic lits on feto
davs. Hu also commands them not to
eat snakes, swallow burning coals or
crunch glass. Tho Khedive's order is
reirarded in conservative clerical circles
in Egypt as a deadly blow at religious
An anti-vaeeiiiation riot occurrod
recently in Driirhton, England. The
publie vaccinator, whose duty it was
to prosecute a batch of persons who had
refused to bo vaccinated, was rouffhly
handled on leaving the nolico court, to
which the unti-vaceinution party had
accompanied their friends with a brass
biiml and with Hags flying. The person
who nau served me summonses was
likewise assaulted. Sovoral rioters
were arrested and lined and one was
tent to jail.
Salt Kiikum tor seventeen years. Holpi
less tor eight years. L nablo to walk. Got
about on hands and knees. Head, face,
neck, arms and legs covered. Cured by
.. l!. ... linn lr.ii . . .i
Cuticura ueineuieii. y m nicuonaiu,
Dearborn street, Chicago.
It is Imnossihlo for a woman after
faithful course of treatment with Lydia E,
Pinkham'a Veiretablo Compound, to con'
tinuu to sutler with a weakness of the
uterus. Enclose a stamp to Mrs. Lydia E.
Pinkham, 333 Western Avenue, Lynn
Mass., for her pamphlets.
CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MOKNINO, AP1UL 27, 1881.
A Eigb Old Judga.
Curat in (Nev.) Apponl.
some very comical vnrns are re ated
of Eoh Clement, commonly called
"Yank," of Yank's Station. Lako Hit
ler, well known by all who ever visiied
the lake, when he was justice of the peace
I unit section a low years aj-o. Anions
Ids other characteristics, Yank is cele
brated for his ability to make u moun
tain out of a molehill, and also for his
philosophical disregard for all tho
worldly desirabilities when theiif acqui
sition requires the display of uuv
amount of energetic force.
Une time ho was trying n case involv
ing a considerable sum of money, and,
while the most important witness was
being examined, auk fell asleep and
begun snoring like a house a-lire.
Hello, Judge!" cried one of the In
terested parties, "how kin you decide
this case- when vou ain't hearing nono
of the evidence?"
Yank was aroused by this indignant
outburst, mid replied:
"luat's all right: 1 .knew all about
the darned case before it kim into this
yer court. I ve made up my mind
about the merits long ago.
And in three minutes by tho watch
le was fast asleep again. Hut he was
not permitted to rest long before ono of
his help nisheu into his room, which
was on tho second lloor of a rickety
building, and cried out:
"UIil man! that goldarned old how is
in the barn agin, catin' up all tho bar
Gosh darn it! May the blue blazes
strip all tho bristles oil' that dangud ole
sow's hide," yelled the Judge, uud with
few bounds he was at the foot of the
stairs. At that point he seemed to
realize that ho had forgotten something;
so ho placed his broad palm to the .side
of his mouth and shouted upstairs:
"Jist adjourn the court until I kind
knock the stullin' out o' that sow:
an' cf 1 ain't back in ten minks I'll give
a verdict for tlie plaintiff."
i he court was accordingly adjourned.
Upon another occasion, a man who
md been drinking too much of a bad
quality of whisky, which can be had
there ad libitum, went into the willows
to take a nap, but the poor devil forgot
to wake 'up again. When tho dead
body was found Yank was solicited to
hold an inquest
. IIM a. I ' I I lrtl 1 i
vt nsi: is no oeau. hskoh ianK.
"Why, certainly he is dead," was tho
'El that s so, bury mm. U hat s the
use o holuiir a ouest on a dead fel-
er?" remarked the wearer of the er
About the time his judicial term was
drawing to a close, a man named Smith
wanted lo mio another who owed him
10, and he accordingly interviewed
"Well," said Yatik, "did you see
and heva talk with him about tho ruat-
Of course I did."
"Wouhlnt hu give you no satisfac
"Hy jingo!" exclaimed the Judge,
ef you couldn't' do nothin' with him.
'aow in blazes kin you expect me to do
And such is the style in which Yank
would dole out blind justice.
A loving and affectionate wife in
Monticello, N. Y., mixed btrychnine in
her canned peaches. Her hu.ibaiid did
not sample the tempting fruit, so &he
put a dose in his tea, which lie nian-
ged, inadvertently to tnrow awav.
finding she could not get rid of him in '
that way, she, "cut stick and ran
away with a professor of niti-ic.
1 1 ' --eaTgegF- W -aawa
Tho great tragedienne was not ex
empt from human failings. Her great
est, as is well-known, was her cupidity.
She was generous only toward herself,
and sometimes toward her family; but
even in tho family circle her covetous
ness frequently caused serious disagree
ments. In even-day lifo she often
showed herself a perfect miser, and
more than once allowed herself to bo
summoned before tho judge for a paltry
bill of 15 or 20 francs. It is but justice
to say that sho neyer lacked enthusias
tic admirers; still, even these, if unablo
to lay valuable treasures at her feet,
over and alove their devotion, were
quickly dismissed as superfluous incum
brances. When they manifested too
great an economy in their ollerings,
ltachel skillfully devised means of
whetting their more generous instincts.
The incident of tho guitaj is one of tho
most significant in this respect. In tho
apartment of her old friend, Mine. S.,
Hachcl noticed ono day a half-broken
guitar, blackened by dust aud ago.
" hat are you keepingtlus dilapidated
old thing for, my dear?" Piuedni asked
of her friend. "Wouldn't vou give it
to me in order to get rid of it?" "With
all my heart," replied her friend; "it is
utterly useless to me." That same day
her maid was ordered to take the guitar
to tho artist's rooms in Hue Joubert A
few days later Count Watewski was
ushered into Phaedra's boudoir, and in
tho course of conversation espied tho
old instrument dangling above the man
telpiece in a silken covet-. "Heavens!
what is that shabby-looking thing do
ing in your boudoir?" exclaimed tho
count, squeezing his monoclo into his
eye. llachcl at ouco assumed a senti
mental attitude, and in a would-be sol
emn tono responded: "Sir, that is the
veritable instrument which helped mo
earn my bread in tho streets when I
was but a poor little girl." "It is im
possible! Oh, do let mo bo the happy
possessor of this interesting relic of
your childhood. It is a historical treas
ure which the world cannot appreciate
too highly!" "The very reason why I
cherish it I would not part with it for
60,000 francs." "I wilt, I must have
it at any price!" "You exaggerate, my
dear count!" "Rachel, 1 implore you,
and in return gladly offer you tho dia
mond bracelet and tho ruby neeklaeo
which vou admired so much, tho other
day. You may send to tho jeweler's
forthwith. Come, is it a bargain?"
"Well," sahl Pluudra, heaving a deep
sigh, "I can not refuso you- tho guitar
is yours." The count took it aud car
ried off tho precious instrument in tri
umph to show it to his friends. Unfor
tunately, Mmo. S. went to ono of his
receptions a couple of weeks later, and,
of cotirso, was also shown tho historical
ptiltar. Sho could not repress nn ex
clamation of surprise, and thus tho fact
1 -. , " . a . .
1 " . t tea
What Shall We Do With Our Daughters?
Don't teach them self-reliance. It is
so much easier for them to rely on somo
Don't let them learn how to mako
bread. Their beaux might think they
were not well-bred.
Don't allow them to learn 'how to
make shirts. It is better they should
not know. Then, when they aro mar
ried, their husbands can work twenty
hours a day to get money with which to
buy ready-made ones, while they knit
Above all things, do not fail to learn
them how to wear falso hair, and if
iour daughter objects to bang her hair,
ang her over the head.
Do not allow them to learn how to
mako their own dresses. It is fashion
able to have a dressmaker.
Teach them that a dollar is only 100
cents and does nt amount to much.
Do not let them learn how to cook.
Should they understand the cuisine art
and know what is needed in a family,
tho servant could not supply all her
relatives with edibles.
Teach them to darn their neighbors,
but not stockings.
Don't allow them to learn how to sew
on buttons. They might get needles in
Teach them to regard the money and
not the morals of their suitors.
Teach them none of the mysteries of
the kitchen, the dining-room and tho
Teach them that tho more ono gets
beyond his income the more one has to
Urge them to go with intemperate
young men. It is convenient to have a
drunken husband, as the wife is ena
bled to take pin money from his pocket
while he is aking a drunken snooze.
Finally, teach them that (lod, who
made them, is an old fogy, and made
them in his image, which necessitates
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It NEVER FAILS to
Sold ly nil J Insists.
UO tO PAUL O. SCHUH. Drllirmst. Cairn. Ills., for Mrs Vrenmnna' T.. V.i.,r..l
Dyes. For brightness and durability of
pounds, price 15 cents.
THOMAS' ECLECTRIC OIL
Used and approved by the leading
C-MS of EUROPE and AMERICA.
The moet Valuable
CATARRH, HEMOEEHOIDS, Etc. Also for
Couehj, Colds, Sore Taroat, Croup
4?Try them. 25 and 50 cent sizes
GBAD MEDAL AT THE FIIILADIXPHIA I:PQN1T1QJI.I
hILVKU . ED. ILi AT TUE PAKIS IilLPOMinO!,. COLGATE &C0..N.Y.
V A.SlilTjl jST sold
For sale Ity C AV. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
THREE TOOLS COMBINED FOR $5.00
r r v si . TTarv-Ti-ific-y - - il
; HVfT . :- A tUTROW, WlCH. A
CHENEY ANVIL & VISE CO.,
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
Appa week in yonr own town, outfit free. No
Xll)rlsk. Header, it you want a business at
which persons of either sex can make itreat
Pay all the time they work, wrltu tor partlctilura lo
11. UALHITT 4 CU., Portland.
IM.MantHMHH ,M 4 wH
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M.eeMw. miiiw m nfl, .....
a i jv vviii. linjll
! P Eclectric
J'RICE 0 cents mid 81.00.
...-., . v v IIMIUU .!,( .lniiOIIQI
color are unequalled. Color from 2 to 5
sold hy BARCLAY BROTHERS
Articles from pur
Ytsellno f urh as
Vaseline Cold Cream,
vaseline Camphor Ice,
Vaseline Toilet Soaps,
ar aaperler le tnj ilaar aaea.
and Diphtheria, etc
An agreeable form of tak
ing Vaseline internally.
OS rvWT 1 HOT
of all our goods,
by rarclay brothers
All Anvil with fare :(4xH inches, clull-liardenrd and
li illshed; a parallel Vise with 4-Inch steel faced Jawe that
open 7 Inches: amlau Ailjuslalile V'selhal will hold ar
ticles whose aid' s are not parallel, aa shown in cut. It is
iiriuer and iioiise-liolilrr a rrletiil. lunilshin. con-
nces for doiinr lota of mid Joha that coat time anil
money to biro itoue. Sold by all leDiliui whulesalu
hiiiiHi s. and hv retailers of lliirifwari! or Agricultural lm
pletiH uts, hut If your dealer has not yet itot them lu
rtoi k, vu w: 11 send one freight paid on receiptor price.
CLAIM Y0UII MONEY.
A Cetieral (Mice of tho Life Policy Holders' Col
lei II hi Auenry of the UiilU'd Status, for the Stales
of Illinois. Wlseoiisln, Miiinesola and Iowa hits
heen established In the city of Chicago. There le
n Cash value In all Lllelusuiance Policies, w hether
lapsed or In force. For lurther Information re
spectinijtliusaiiiu, apply t Local A;viit, If there
Ih oini In your pliee, otherwise hy letter to
( IIAHI.KKC ((I IVKY 4 CO., Ueneral Attunts,
.'1 I'oiilaud lllock, Chicago, Illinois.
N. U, -To Insure attention to your letter Inclose
licent in I'ostitKQ and wo will K.ve it out time and
Parties desirous of ohtulnl-K Local Agencies
please address us at ouco and inclosi iixrca
V r -ivYoiiraolvea hy making mon-
I I I It I I I' r " h,n '"l(lrn Chance I
M H . I i l-'oirered. themhy alwaye
II I 'J I J I keepltiit poverty from yoar
11, 1 JAJX (i(M,'r Those who alwaya
takeadvaniaso of the good
chances for maklnit money that wf"' ;'u';
lv heroine wealthy, wh in Ihoae who Ho iiot lm
nrove a h chances remain in poverty. We want
niany H women, boys and glrla to do work for n
?l ll UiVtr own locallllea. The buslneae will
fnyn re lhnnu.il times nrdl7 wairea. W;
ii iu an V.penaenalve outfll end all hat yo
Lu."'i K.mne who eniiaues falls to make
n,. l ey rapidly. Vott can devote yoor waoU lltn.
. r ......I- ana., nuimflla. Kllll
V. .i.7,,ri. nrmilv vour snare momenta, full
Information and all that la needed sent free.
dreaa 8T1N80.N A CO.. I'ortland, Maine,