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MRS. LYDIA E. PIHKHAMi
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
For all Female Complaints. .
Thl preparation, M It turn atgiilflM, conahrt ot
VatfeULie I'rupcrtlna that are harmlm to the moat del
cai Invalid. Upon one trial th merit, of tht Com
pound wiU bo ruwiiLaMl, a relief It Immediate i nd
when iu a I conUnun, In nlm-tynlae am In bun.
drad, a panuanut it cure la cn"ect1,aa Uiouaanda will tes
tify. On account of ttt prima inert u, It I. to-day r
eomauudod and prescribed by the beat nhyalcian In
th eountrjr. ,
It will eur entirely the worst firm of falflnc
ef tbaj utania, Li ucorrhim, irrtfular nod painful
Mwutruatlou, all Orarlan Troubln, Inflammation and
Ulceration, Flnodlnira, all DUplacaiuent and the eo
avqueat aptnal weakneaa, and la MperUllj ailapted to
the Chanf. of Ufa, It wUldlaaolv. and expel tumor (
frera th uterualuan earl stayo of development. Tlie
tendency to canrerouabutnora there la checked very
ipacdlly by Ita nae.
In fact It ha prorrd to be tba great
art and beat remedy that baa ever been discover
ed. It pernieatte; etury portion of tue eynt-m, and girea
new llfeaad rliror. It nmmu faiutnMia,flalukney, de
atroya aUcrartng fur .ttmulauti, and relieve weaknea
a the atoraarb
a, eureej Bloating, Headache, Kerr oua Proatratlon,
Oeuaral Debility. HWpWawea, beprmalon and Indl
(eatlon. That ferlina of bearing down, eauaLng pain,
weight and backache, k alwaya permanently cured by
tie tue. It wlllat ell Uroe, and under all etrramatan
eea, art In harmony wltbtlw law that gurerai the
For KldyCotuplalnt of either art thla compound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
la prepared at t3 and eft Wert-m Arenas, Lynn. Kaaa.
Irlce 11.(0. Mi Kiln I or i.'..oa Beut by mall In the
form of pllla, alao In the form of l:uum, on mvlit
Bf price, $!., per box, for either. Hr H.VaHAM
freely answer all b-tu-ra of lni'ilry Send lor pam
phleC Aldrai aa aboe X'-nli'm thu ipfr.
o family aliouldU without LYIXA E. HSKI1AJ1'
LTVTK PILIA. Tucy ciro Uonatipatloii, IUUouaooi
andTorpiditr of the IJ r. 29 renu tier box.
HICIIAltDSON & CO., St. Lou in, Mo.
Wtioleaaie meula fur LYDIA K. MXKIIAM S
Vegetable Com pound.
LYDIA E. 1'IXKIIAMS COMPOUND
Sold by BAItCLAV IJHOTHEHS.
N EW AD V KKTISKM KN'P,
)T1 1 riVr7" OHOANS, 17 St.i-a r, !-.-t
JirvA 111 M'-ti T!n!u- lf.-fli-, r.
g'3 Aldr.-ea Unl.-1 V. lltatly,
Va"liliii;lon. X. J.
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WfMtcm Airnnta,.!. I. Wyauitwk Fn- locia, N.Y.,
A GRAND COMUIXAT'OX OF
liLOOD, DKA1X AND
Malt llitt'-ra di-rl vi- their wcnuii rliil l,lft-umiL-I
Hi; propei-tli" Irom .MAI.T. Ili-r If iiiftitiir ami
Hli'i'p-i'rnmotliii; liillnciiro fr in llol'a.lhi'ir L'raml
Toulcaml Ki'Vit Kxpelliiij; Pnwur fro n C LISA
YA, and Ihuir KIool Nonri-liluK 1'rim'lpli from
1HON, which an; four of lliu irrt;ut'Ht lliood I'ro
duevwand Mfc-CnMllnifclrmviit rvi-r nnln-il In
nuo nn;diciiie For Ih-llcatu Kemk, Nurnini:
Mother", and Hlrkly Chlnlrvn, Mult liitlers an- mi
prenie. Sold ev rvwtiere.
ilALT BITTEllS COMPANY, ltoKton, Mr.
Anype.ranlo b rlounly ill without weak
to.nach or Inactive ilvi-r nr klclneyo? And when
tbca organn arc iu irood condition do you not ilnd
their pooor enjoyine tjood health! 1'urke.r'H
(linger Tonic alwsva reuliites lhei important or
Raiia, aud never fuH. to mnka thelilO"d rii h ami
J Mire, aatl to pi renninuu I'very pari oi me nycn-m.
t hnncurod hundrcdf of deipiiinm! lnvullda. A k
your neighbor about it.
QOUltT HOUSE HAKKUY.
JOHN BEES, Proprietor;
ADOLPII nn.l ADAM REES, Mannyers.
Ilukcrs of mill tloiilors In nil kimlsot'
IJread, Cakes, Pies. Ktc.
BOSTON BROWN BUEAD A SPKriAUY
Bakury on Twentieth Btruet, oppoHltu Court
AI conli'miiliitotiiklniratrlp to Kuropo and
have Klven mv himlneH! Iu charge of "iy "ou, 1
would rerpeull'Hlly uek all perKona holillnx clmmn
aL'iiint me to nrtiaent Ihein for adJiiHlmeiil Imnie
tliutely. No Bill! will be paid after Mv IMh.
' . JOHN HKKS.
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"K. A. Burnett Cairo IIHdoIi "
Itinranco is tho motlicr ol all evils.
( 'tiiiiinoiiHun.se id not a common thing.
Constancy in nii.-ita.ko is constant
A joo(l character shines by iu own
No man can ho wine on an empty
Nothing is ho good as it seems before
lb; who has lost his honor can lose
liove dies of disgust and Is buried by
Ono ungrateful man injures all that
Politeness is tho expression or imita
tion of social virtues.
No contlit t is so severe as his who la
Imiis lo subdue himself.
In love there are no treaties of peace,
there are only truces. A grand safe
guard for doing right is to hate all that
In tin.- world there are so few voices
and so many echoes.
'l'riii! merit is like it river the deeper
it is the les noise it makes.
Favors of every kind are doubled
when they are speedily conferred.
l'ltlhtil Ijihiu IlfwMif.
How to Wash Clothes Without lading.
A lady correspondent sends us the
following receipt, which she has tried
with success on all kinds of fabrics:
Wa-.ii and peel Irish potatoes, and then
grate them into cold water. Saturate
the articles lo 1 washed into this pota
to water, and they then can be washed
with soap w ithout any running of tlie
color. I have taken oil out of carpets
saturated with this potato water, when
simple cold water would make tlie color
i tin miiiuiiily; have set the color in fig
ured black muslins, in colored merinos,
in ribbons and other silk goods. Often
11. e potato water cleanses sufliciently
without the u-o of soap; but tlrj latter
is necessary where there is any grease.
In such ca-es (without soap) I take the
grated polato itself and rub the goods
with n llaniiel rag. Iu woolen goods it
is necessary to strain the water, else
the particles will adhere, but this is not
necessary in goods from which they can
be well shaken.
' Italian Husbands
Anno Brewster writes of an Italian
wife and husband: "Tho man is more
obedient, more exact in his work, but
be is an idiot about the management of
his own atl'airs; if it were not for his
wife he would bo a beggar. He has two
pasions: lottery gambling and love of
wine. His wife Cs double his size, and
at least ten years his senior. He stands
in mortal awe of her. All the money
tiiey make goes into her hands. She
subscribes so much a month to a mutual
aid society; she bnvs all the clothes ho
needs, and also looks after a son of his
by a former marriage. Slio cannot read
nor write, but she is as shrewd and
managing as if siio were a diplomat.
Her husband knows her capability, and
is willing to have her manage his af
fairs. Onco in a while she gives him a
little money fur a lottery ticket, and
every day measures out his wine."
Causes of Nervousness.
The maladies which above all other
cause nervousness, are dyspepsia, billiotis
ness and constipation'. Tho great sympa
thetic nerve which connects tlio epigastric
region with the brain, is always injuriously
aflceted it' tho stomach and bowels ore dis
ordered; a permanent derangement of the
functions of those organs reacts by sympa
thy upon tho entire uurvous system, llos
tetter's Stomach Bitters, in restoring tone
and regularity to the digestive apparatus,
and overcoming constipation, permanently
remedy tho nervous complaints which or
ginate in alimentary weaknesss or disturb
ances. They are the very best nervine that
can be used. By eradicating the ex. iting
causes of nervous weakness, they perman
ently ovrrconio tho debility itself. But
this not all. By checking the maladies
which cause nervousness, they build up
anew the system weakened ami depleted by
After Eight Long Years.
C. C. Jacobs, 78 Foisom stroot, Buffalo,
wices that for eight long years ho had tried
every miunu rumuuy mi cure mm Ot piles,
also had been treated by physcians without
ni,.nn.a n'linn fin ua tl It tun...l n . . 1 i
BUI.Una, w.itM.iw a uii.Mini.Jiy i;urutl oy
Thomas' Electric Oil. P. O. Schuh, Agent.
How oktkn persons have been annoyed
by burrs clinging to their dress or clothing,
and how suldom have they, when cleaning
them, given it a tllo'ught that Burdock
Root is tho most valuable blood cleanser
and purifier known, and is sold by every
druggist under tho name ot Burdock Blood
Bitters. Prico $1.00, trial size 10 cents.
THB . DAILY. CAIRO BULLETIN.
A COWBOY'S LITE
CroailntT the Motuittlii with 4,000 Cattle
A Manipode In the Mountain on Durk
Ban Franolaco Chroulelo.
"(jiibriel will require a large club at
tachment to that horn of his, or else ho
will never bo able to rouse the moun
tain cowboys," remarked Ben Hoywood,
a Utah cattle dealor, to a Ckrunide re
porter. "Why soP" inquired tho reporter.
"Because," replied Heywood, "there
is no circumstance under which a cow
boy will not sleep if not physically mo
lested. In the midst of a mountain
storm, when the crashing thunder
comes simultaneously with tho glaring
shoots of lightning, the cowboy sleeps
peacefully; in a dry creek bed, with his
lioad down grade, he slumbers sweetly:
in view of tarantulas, rattlesnakes ami
centipedes for bedfellows, ho closes his
eyes and dreams of a heaven of unlim
ited plug tobacco and unstinted sleep.
Gabriel's trumpet would indeed sound
in vain when the time came to check off
a drove of cowboys. Last spring I was
driving 4,000 head of cattle over tho
Rocky mountains by tho South Wyom
ing Pass, and a 'run' the terror of cat
tle drivers-took jilaco under circum
stances which showed just how sound is
the sleep of a cowboy. I had fifteen
boys a 'boy' with the Vow' prefix
may mean a 40-year-old man with mo.
It takes nearly that many to start a
drovo of 4,000 cattle, though a half
dozen boys can tako caro of the drovo
after the first week on tho road. By
that time the cattle know what is ex
pected of them and give us very little
"Well, wo were camped ono nighton
the very summit of the mountains. The
sleeping ground for the stock was in a
little rivo-acro patch of grass. All
around was sage brush and rocks of
volcanic formation. You understand
that after cattle are quietly settled at
night on good sleeping ground three or
four men slowly ride in a circle round
them. This is done by relays of men
in 'watches,' the watch being changed
at midnight. I havo many a time seen
a cowboy on a broncho, riding round
and round a drove fast asleep in his sad
dle. On the night in question I hap
pened to be standing -the first watch
myself, and had only two boys with me.
Tlie night was overcast and dark, tho
few stars which shone between the rifts
of driving clouds just serving to outline
the mass of sleeping cattle. The air
seemed surcharged with electricity, and
though there had been no lightning, it
was just such a njfht in which runs al
ways occur. I havo heard no end of
scientific and practical explanation of
runs or stampedes generally by men
who never saw one in their lives. It is
well enough to say that SOIUethi !lr
frightens them, if you know nothing
about it and want to explain it; but
that don't explain it, no way.
"They say that a coyote, or some
other prowling beast, frightens one of a
drove aud that one infects tlie others
with panic and the stampede begins.
Well, it ain't so. If you have a drove
of 1,000 or 10,000 the panic affects ev
ery one of them at exactly the same
instant. It is something harder to ac
count for than by a prowling coyote,
and becauso a run never occurs except
on such a night as I have described. I
leave it to those who know all about
the atmospheric influences and such, to
tell just what it is. Any way, I was a lit.
tie uneasy that night, for one of the two
boys on watch with me was only a ten
derfoot; you understand? A man new
to thu business and fresh from the East.
It was nearly 12 o'clock, ami I had just
turned my hor.-o's head towards camp,
which was about fifty yards in tho rear
of the sleeping ground, to make up tho
relief watch, when the run commenced.
Every one of that drove of 4,000 was on
its feet like a Hash, and at exactly the
same instant. With a rush like a whirl
wind which levels a fore.it, they wero
off in the darkness, the strong and
heavy ones in the lead, of course. Tho
rattling of horns and the thundering of
hoofs was deafening. The effect it has
on the person who experiences it for the
first timo was shown by tho action of
"He turned his horse's tail toward the
stampede, buried his spurs in his bron
cho's flank, and never stopped until he
was out of hearing, lie was crazier
with fright than tlio wildest steer in the
drove. Well, seeing $80,000 worth of
stock running away from me, and hav
ing hail thirteen years' experience, I
naturally acted different. By the spec
tral starlight I could see tho cattle ouU
lined as a black, rushing, clattering,
thundering stream, rushing wildly, nnd
at each instant becoming wilder, over
rocks and a stretch of sage-brush. My
horso was trained in the business and
knew what was the trouble its well, and
just ns soon, loo, as I did. 1 did not
have to guide him. 1 followed along
by the side of the stampede, and soon
overtook tho leaders. It (hurt do to
try nnd turn a run too quick. I kept by
the side of tho leaders and quartering
on them, striking their Hanks and push
ing gradually against them on the left,
slowly turned the leaders slightly to the
right. If that can bo done, it is only a
matter of lime heforo tho lino of cattle
will 'mill' itself. Tho leaders only need
he turned, the rest h!1 blindly follow.
By constantly keeping them turned to
the right, the leaders wero swung clear
around linally, and overlook the fag
end of the line.
"There they were, running around in
a circle, tho center of which soon closed
up aud they were 'milling'; that is, they
had formed a solid wheel and kept go
ing round themselves in tho same space
of ground. I tell you that cowboy and
myself did somo tall riding round that
mill to keep tho outside stock from riv
ing off at a tangent, as they will do
sometimes. Little by littlo thev slowed
down, and as soon as wo could make
our voices honrd wo quieted thorn by
singing and talking to them. Thero is
nothing which will bring a crazy stoor
to his senses as quick as tho sound of a
human voico, and if you can only sing
a littlo you can do tho work all tho
quiekor. Tho clashing and cracking of
horns and the pounding of hoofs grow
less and less deafening; ono after an
other would rocognizo our voicos and
slow down, until Uually, almost as sud
denly as it hail started, tho run was at
an end,, and tho cattlo ns quiet nnd
well-behaved as ovor. In the morning
tho cirolo where the mill had boon was
as devoid of vegetation as a dancing
hall. The sage-brush was ground to
powdor, and the ground looked exactly
SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 30, mi. ''
'oxurra-::;:;::.riMVL AND J5LUICI1ES:: ::
as though it had been prepared for a
circus ring. Through tho sago-brush
where the stock had run a straight
smooth swath was cut, as if by a mow
ing machine with a potato digging at
tachment. I started to say how a cow
boy could sleep; throughout that run,
throughout tho excitement, tho deafen
ing noise and the danger, those cow
boys in camp slept as they might if in a
feather bed in tho Palace Hotel."
Tho ravages of chipmunks in Green
wood Cemetery, New York, wero such
that it was found necessary to make an
cfi'ort to exterminate them. Last year
2,8'j2 of them wero killed. Ground
rnieo to theajinmberof 875, 1 18 eats, 40
dogs, snakes, 21 moles and 51 rata
The Greatest Blessing.
A simple, pure, harmless remedy, that
cures every time, and prevents disease by
keeping the blood pure, stomach regular,
kidneys and liver active, is the greatest
blessing ever conferred upon man. Hop
Bitters is that remedy, and its proprietors
are being blessed by thousands who have
been saved and cured by it. Will you try
it? See another column. Eagle.
Mr. Xoah Bates. Elmim. X. Y.. writr-c-
"About four years ago I had an attack of
i.:ti: r. i ... en- i
uimuua lever, mm never luiiy rccovcreu.
Mv digestive orrrans were u'iukciiiil unit t
D n - -" -
would be completely prostrated for days.
Alter using two Outtles ot your bur
dock Blood Bitters tho ininnfveinent wan ro
visible that I was astonished. I can now,
though Cl years of age, do a fuir and rea
sonable days' work. Price $1.00, trial size
1 A ......
lO CCll 13.
At Phil Howard's old ttand,
THE BEST OP FRKSH MEAT OF A L KINDS
A aU'uy on hand in lart'e q uai titlex, and eup-
Iillud to steamboat at all hour. John lilade, well
mwn to river meu.wlll be found aboard all bout
to take orders for meat.
riOLUMBUS, HICKMAN, NEW MAD-
RID AUD T1PT0XVILLE.
31. J. Tl'IiXER, Master.
J. K. MUSE, Clerk.
Leave Cairo every Tuesday and Friday for the
above points. For i'reljght or passaire applr to
Office, cor. Sixth and Ohio Levee.
(JAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On and after Monday, Jane 7th, nnd until further
notice thefcrryboat vi lli make trip a follow! :
LXAVE LRAVKS LIAVE8
Poet Fourth (t. Missouri Land g. Kentucky Ld'g.
8:00a.rn. 8:;W a. m. 9 a.m.
10:00a. m. 10:30 a.m. 11 a.m.
2:00 p. ra. 2::p. m. 3 p.m.
4:W) p.m. 4:40 p.m. 5;00p.m.
2 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 3 p. m
OTIC E TO CONTRACTORS.
Ofpii e ok City Ci.ekk,
Caiiio, Iu... April Hist, 1S?1.
Sealed proposal will 1m received at this office,
until f o'clock li. tn.. Tuesday, May 3d, 1SS1, for
furn shlnu for llie cllv' use and delivering on thu
streets of the city not less than Mfl nor more
Hi nine cubic yards of gravel, 'imilnr to that
delivered on Sixth street and Commercial avenue
Iu the ver 1' su, aud siibjoct to the approval of tho
com mil lee on streets. Delivery of smIiI travel to be
commenced at oucr. al'lerlheacceptnncu of Ihe hid,
aud the contract to be completed before July 15ih,
next. The rl)?ht to reject any and all bid reserved
by tho city. D. J. l'OLKY, Clly Clerk,
UOP()SALS FOR CITY HUNTING.
Orncs op Citv Ci.kiik,
Caiiio, Iu. .April SHth. tSftl.
Sealed proposal w ill lie received at my olflcu un
til 5 o'clock p. m. of Tuesday, May UMh, 1SS1, for
dniti! Ihe citv prlnttnir for thu yeur rndinc May 1st.
lss-J. Said bid mint Include the cost of publish
lii? thecouiic.il proceedliips, ordinance and 'no
tice of nil kind inserted by auy city officer or by
order of the city council, ilsoall epeclal assess
ment notice made hy commissioners whether ap
pointed by the city council or county court. Tho
rlilht to reluct any and all bid reserved by the city.
D.J. FOLEY, Clly Clurk.
OTIC K TO CONTRACTORS.
Orricx or City Ci.kiik,
Caiiio, Iix April 'JSth.lSSl.
Healed proposal will be received at my ellloe un
til 5 o'clock p. in., Tuesday, May 10th, 1SS1, for thu
removal of i-arhnRO from the different residence
and hotel In tho citv for the month! of May, Sep
tember, October, November, March and April,
twice'ln each weuk; for tho month of Juno, July
and August, eix day In each week, and for the
month of December.' January and February, once
In each week, a per luctlou 2A, chapter 10 (if the
ordinance of tho clty.1 Thu place of de
pnslte to bo not les than one mile from tho city
limit The rliiht to reject any aud all bid re
served by the city.
D.J. FOLEY, City Clurk. .
JOTIl K TO CONTRACTORS.
Omen or Citv Ci.uk,
Caiiio, In. , April Sih, 1881.
Sealed prupoaall will be received at thl office
until 5 o'clock p. m. of Tuesday, May 10th, 1SSI,
for furnishing inch lumber a tho cit v may require
for tho year ending Mar 1st, lW; laid Ininher Iu be
of food aud sounu white or burr oak, white or
yellow pine or cypress and free from lap or an
aoiin'd knot nltd of such dimension at may be re
(itnrcrt. and to bo delivered tn inch quanlltlei,
time and place, within Ihe corporate limit, a
tho committee on street may direct. The right to
reject any and all bid reeorved by the city.
D. J , FOLEY, City Clerk,
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Worth Its Weight in Gold.
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Sold by all Druggists.
GO lO PAUL G. SCIiriL D.nmrint
Dyes. lor brightness nnd durability
pounds, price 15 cents.
THOMAS' ECLECTRIC OIL
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Used and approved D7 the leading PHYSI
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The most Valuable
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VASELINIi SOLI) BY BARCLAY BROTHERS
For sale ly C. W. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
THREE TOOLS COMBINED FOR $5.00
CHENEY ANVIL & VJSE CO.,
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THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Assurance Society of the UnitedfStates.
l'wJO BROADWAY NEW YORK
W. N. CRAINR, General Manager for Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, and the
Territories, 10U Dearborn Street, CLlcag-o.
33. jAl. BURNETT, Agent,
Owner Twelfth St,, , and Washington Ave., Cairo, Illinois
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PRICE 50 cents and $1.00.
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of color are unequalled. Color from 2 to 5
sold by BARCLAY BROTHERS
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Vaseline uch a
Vaseline Cold Cream,
vaseline Camphor Ice.
Vaseline Toilet soaps,
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An afrreeable form oftai
2i CEKT8 A BOX.
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and Dinhtheria. etc
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An Anvil with face UlJxS Inche. chill-hardened and
polished; n parallel Vise with 4-Inch steel faced law that
open 7 Inches: iintlan Adjustable Y'scthat will 'hold ar
wnoso sue are not parallel, as shown In cut. It la
ino farmer aud Ilouselioliler Friend, furnishing con
veniences for dolni: lot of odd lob that coat time and
money to hire done. Sold hv all leaillne wholesale
bouses, and hv retailers or Hardware or Agricultural Im
plement, hut II' your dealer ha not yet got them In
stock, w o w. I) send one freight paid on receipt of price.