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Mrs. lydia e. pinkham:
OF LYNN, MASS.
YDIA E. PINKHAM'S
For all Fcmalo Complaints.
Thla piwtaraUon, u IU Mm alirnirina, consists of
Mflttabte I'MUt-rtltw that Ira htmilily. . .... ....I.
I " wv ...WW. Wr
Irmilmiij. t,n on trial tlm merits of this Com
ian will i rvmgnliMl, Mmilff la Immediate and
tin IU USH ii Continued. In fllm,lv-n!nniiui.ln a him
lrd, wniinNtHirrle(I(uiJuiUaanrU will U-
"J. vn account or IU proven nxtrlta, It It today in-'Munw-ndi-d
and prvwiilxd by tit beat physicians in
It will cur entirely tlia worst form of falling
f tba uU-rui. b-ocorrho. Irri-iuLvr atul tiainfui
Menatruatlon,all Ovarian Truublua, lnlUnuuallvii and
U Iteration. yVaxtliura. all Iljtlainrnta aiwl Om v.n.
Lwiuent aptiial wrknaa,aiid la Mpeclally adapted to
KMLiianKtorura. uviiiaiaauivs and eipel tumor
pruin tlx u tomato an early autre of development. Ths
tandrwy to ranrr rou humors tlicro la chucked Terr
idlly by IU use.
In fart It hai prortd to b lbs groat,
at and l-t n-nwlr thai hi
d. It ppmwaU'a every portion of the aysUm, and gives
ww llfaand vigor. It moovra falntnna.natultory, da
rt rop allcravlog fur atlluulanU, and rtUavca weasneas
A curra Bluatlns. floadarhna. Kerrooa frnatminn
(lnral IjntlllltV. Hlf-ftLMMtMa llMMlM . .. tll
gsaUon, That feeling at bearing down, causing pain,
walgbt and barkachn, I always ptrmaneiilly eord by
llauao. It wlllalall tlnw. andundrrall clrmnutan
rte, art In harmony with the law Mutt guvrai lh
For Kidney Complaint of either eri tula conwound
Lydia E. Pinkham'i Vegetable Compound
la prepared at to and rS WrwUrn Anrnw, Lynn. Hv.
rrveiuu. mi mum for fA. Hrnt by mall in the
form of pllla. alao In the form of Isnrnvra. on receipt
of prtr. 11.(1). prr dot. f.r either. Bra. HNI!.
f rn-ly answers all Mu-ra of Inquiry Sr nd fur pain
ptitat. AiMrniaaa above Miti"n (A fa
Wo family should ne wlthut LYDIA E. PINKHA!"
UVnt I'HXS. Tliry cure Corutlnatlt.n. I'illoDinon
andToruidllvof tlljv,r SSc-riUucr UI.
RICHARDSON fi CO., St. Louis, Mo.
.'hnletale an.ula for LYDIA E. PINKIIAM'S
i,'eti)lo Cum poll tid.
YDIA E. I'lXKHAM'S COMPOUND
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full ilt;"tpp.ornUii' tftutifti.
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ftnc only tl ? tit t7
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Goo Woods & Co.'s
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I'm qiiaUnl (or
QUALITY OF TONE,
Beautiful Musical Elleet
Slirnslli ami Durability!
Boa 1 1 y o t'Desi "-ii
They will oiitlni'l nil (ommon, clirnp. Oruvna,
wtillt thvir iiiucIikI mill mccliiiiilrnl iiiiltl.' cum
niiMid tliiiin lo all who wluli a cirlctly lilli nrwlo
Ayonts want t'd In this vicinity.
Korllnllirilliitil(lliilT. 8. tervlcc, nml for
liulm of ili'O'iiird aolilii'm,
For nolilU'rn wboxo rntu of licnelon In too low,
Duo nil aolilii'm tlltieharitftl for wnmida or other
Injury (not UlKi'iifu), wlio linw Tnlli'd I i rcrclvo It.
COPIES OF LOST DISCHARGES
Hond two :i-rotit atiimt for blunkn and "circular
III iiiiuriiimioii io
STODDART & CO.,
Solicitor of eliilnm. KuDtn H, 8t. Cloud llulltllnKi
Cornwcll's System of Dress
Cutting LADY f'ANVASHKHS nnd I.OCAI. AflKNTH
WANTKI) KVKltVWHKItK. AunU never full to
tell till" miithod. Home uinko 'o our wuuk. TliU
in tho ouly ytm In tha world with nhouiiiur
moaniiro, and it puriuct rulo for ilsrla, mKkliiK it
fiurfuct Rarmunt wlihout red HI nit. Nlmplo to
nitrn, and worth a hundred doll urn to every miwluit
maehlno owner. U'hnt lady will talto tho URenryr
Hond lor icniu. iv:;ii w uuioin avu,, vuicnuo,
THE DAILY DULLETIN.
VIMf MOHNIN0 (MoNUATt RJtCllTSI)
LtrgMt Ctroulation ol any Dally in
OKm'IAI, J'AI'KH OK CITY AND COUNTY
OhVm Hul!tln nulldlnif, Wmiilnfrum Avenae
8n b(iriitlon It r teas
Dally (dnltvered by carrtuni) wr wuwK f i&
liy niall (In advance) one year 10 00
sli moulhn 500
Throw Dunitlm 8 so
One moiitb 1 00
B mail (In advancu) wne year f 1 00
Hit month 1 0y
Throe montlia so
To clulu of U:u and over (per copy) 1 SO
I'oaiaL'u In all cane a prepaid.
il V r t i h 1 n 11 It it tea:
Flrat Inacrtloii. per iunni 1 00
Hutiioqiit;iitlnnTtloii, pirr aqtiaru 50
Kor one week, per square S 00
r'jiieuil Uollci; J no
Oliltuarlee and reaolutlou paaxed hy to-Jetle
lenct'iita pi r Hue.
Duatha arid marrlni;ea free
Klratlnaertlon, per aqnare 1 1 00
Klchl II ne of milld nonpareil con'tltotr a('iiare.
DiNplayiMiailvertlMimiiiitwIII he charged accord
in; to the apace occupied, at ahove rulea-there be
in twelve line of aolid type to the inch.
Torcplaradvurtlaera we offer auperior induce
rnnnti. both aa to raid of charge! and manner of
d 'playing their favor.
Thla pajier may he found on file at Ueo. P. Howell
t C'o.'a Newepaper Advertlalns Hareau, (10 Hpruce
a r.-eti where advrtlliig coutracta may be made
frit In New York.
Communirationa upon uliject of general Intereat
to the public arc at all time acceptable. Rejected
in iLiiarlita will not he returned.
!,ettf ri" and communirationa ahould be addreiaed
"B. A. Burnett Cairo Illlnola
A Cincinnati wr;ro tliotiht tlie man
ho shut ut was nnariiH'd, luit knew Ijft
tiT mi icci'iviii suveti bullets one after
ntiMthcr, in various parts of his body.
A iirw journal for boys, tinilcr the
Bii(if!S of tin; proprietors of tho 111ns
trateit bunion .Vtr, has been htarteil
in Knlaml, ami will be ccliteil by Cupt.
Mayno lieiil ami Mr. John Latey, Jr.
Tim nvera'.'c n'e of rncrnbers of the
OarlieM Caliinet Ls 61. Mr. Gladstone's
Cabinet averages in, 'i'heru nre luo
.H'itu.'ip'iiari:nis in the English Cabinet,
but the majority arc between 60 ami 7U.
In a eountry church in Holland there
is a painting rcprenitinj the saerifiee
of Isaac, in which the painter has de
luded .Jacob with ti blunderbuss in his
nam!. icmIv (d shoot h .sun.
A Paris iiKiiinfactory c'a'ins to have
discovered n process for .substituting
the leaves of the eue:ilvj)lus tree, which
in burning emit a delicious perfume,
for tobacco leaves in making cigars.
('ol. 'J'hoiniis A. Scott lately bought at
a sale in Northumberland CuiinU, Pa.,
a clock made by his uncle in 1790. It
tiiill keeps o(,d time, and every three
hours 1 lay a tune on a chirm; of bells.
They are so unaccustomed to fires in
Europe that a lady who n.iw a steamer
for the tirst time paid with astonish
ment: lint I should like to know what
those idiots go and heat the water for
when it has to be throw n on tho lire!"
Kansas has secured from tho United
States Government an allowance of
L'lio.ooo acres of selected lands, worth
probably j 1,mmi,0iji, nnd VJ-2,W in
money, on account of 5 per cent on net
proceeds of public lands sold within the
The New York Christ inn Advocate
pays that many excellent Christians
have smoked or chewed all their lives,
ami nevertheless havo "furnished tho
best evidence of piety, and died in holy
Arrangements have boon made for il
luminating several of the staterooms
and tho great corridor at Windsor Cas
tle with tho electric light If the ex
periment proves successful, the light
will probably pupcrsedo gas nt lial
morai. The process of swearing the allegi
ance of 'J7,UO0,0o0 or moru subjects of
tho Czar occupied more than ten days.
In St. Petersburg tho workingmen in
largo factories had to repeat tho oath,
word for word, after tho oflicials, who
then placed an approving mark on tho
passport of each inau.
An electric 6hock is tho punishment
inllicted upon those who commit in
fractions of tho rules in the Ohio State
Prison. It is not heavy enough to en
danger life, yet it is pretty severe.
Some of tho men rather like it, and
frequently break tho rules to obtain a
good shock. It answers the purpose of
a drunken spree.
A New Jersey preacher, who was an
noyed by the ladies of his congregation
turning about in their seals, paused in
his discourso to sny: "Ladies, if you
will give mo your attention for a few
moments, I will keep a lookout on tho
door, and if anything worso than a man
enters, I will warn you in time for you
to make your escape."
Tho most gigantic evil of tho day is
tho adulteration of food and drink.
Tho concerns engaged in this business
aro far moro dangerous than railroad
monopolies, financial syndicates, or
bloated bondholders; yet Government
pays little attention to tho wholesale
murderers, who poison tho food and
drink of tho people.
It is well-known that certain fowls
fill their digestive apparatus with gravel
and pebbles, which act as millstones in
grinding up their food. Recent inves
tigation shows that other animals aro
addicted to similar habits on a larger
scale. Seals swallow stones weighing
from ono to two and 8onietinies''even
threo pounds each, while ono investi
gator found, not long since, ten pounds
of theso boulders in tho stomach of a
Mrs. Wallace, Hullalo, N. Y., writes: I
have used llurdock Hlood Hitters for
nervous and bilious beaches, and havo rec
ommended them to my friends; I helievo
them superior to any other modicino I havo
used and can recommend them to anyone
requiring a euro for biliousness." Prico
11.00 trial size 10 cents.
Had Idood always causes trouble It
mav bu a family fight or boils, pimples,
itch, tetter, Ac; but no matter, "Dr. Lmd
Sey's Wood Searcher" is tho euro all.
DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN. SUNDAY MORNING,
Zebras aro veiy stylish, they wear
striped stockings up to their necks.
The Way of the Road
The Scitntijlf Farmer says one of
tho anomalies in American customs is
that of a driver of a wagon sitting on
tho right hand side, while ho always
turns out to tho right when passing an
other team. It matters not whether ho
bo on a broad, safo thoroughfare or on
a narrow lano or crowded city street,
his seat is the same. Thus situated, it
is very diflictilt to see the exposed
wheels in passing, those which requiro
tho eye of tho driver. Doubtless this is
a prominent cause of tho many collis
ions between passing teams, and tho
wonder is that more do not happen.
Tho custom was brought over by tho
pilgrims, but liko a Dutch sentence, tho
parte got transposed in the translation.
Across the pond the driver sits on tho
right, but always turns to the left. In
copying tho practice wo retained tho
useless part, ami changed tho essential,
for some unexplained reason, possibly
our fathers thought to bo consistent in
the matter, and rather than bo right
handed in sitting while left handed in
Iho driving, changed tho latter to suit.
At all events, the thing as now prac
ticed is very inconvenient, and is a
worthy subject of reform in this year
when reforms aro so much in favor.
And since it is easier to change our po
sition on the scat than altering the cus
tom of turning to tho right, let us
henceforth hand our friends up to tho
right side of the wagon whilo wo as
driver take tho opposite side.
A new sect of Adventists has sprung
up in Jasper Count)-, Indiana, which is
distinguished by the sobriquet of "Soul
sleepers." The members themselves
do not use this term, but it has been
given them because they believe that
the body sleeps until tho "resurrection,
so that the soul will be somehow, in a
state of quiescence until the general
i Tho report of the Rev. J. Milnm's
.visit to Abomey shows that tho "cus
tom" of human sacrifices still prevails
in Dahomey. Mr. Miltim is the general
superintendent of the Wesleyan Mission
tation in the Yoruba and Popo districts
of West Africa. During the missionary's
stay the annual "customs" wero being
"held at Abomey. These wero of the most
horriblo description, several hundred
natives being killed in tho most bar
barous manner and offered in sacrifice.
The French Government is laying
subterranean cables from Nancy to
Paris. This telegraph line is composed
of twelve insulated wires placed in a
large tube of cast iron. For each length
of 500 meters doors havo been arranged
so that any section may be removed
and replaced without having to open
the ground, which is necessary in the
German system of laying the cables in
a solid bed of nlphalt.
' A fashionable dressmaker tells the
Cincinnati Juirjuiixr that the chief
trouble with women's forms is their ir
regularity. "The number whoso two
sides do not correspond is wonderful.
Sometimes one shoulder is higher than
tho other, sometimes one hip is bigger,
and sometimes tho whole figure is awry.
Women's dress, is this era of clinging
garments, reveals every imperfection,
unless art comes to nature's help."
i The school law which recently passed
the North Carolina Legislaturo is con
siderably in advance of tho statutes al
ready in force. County Superintendents
aro provided; money is appropriated
for teachers' institutes; two normal
schools for whites and two for blacks
arc established; the tax is increased to
12 cents on the $100, and local schools
' support is encouraged by required coun
ty boards to lay a special tax to meet
deficiencies in the school-funds.
The following incident of President
Lincoln, which has never been pub
lished, is related by one who was at the
time a member of the New York Seventh
Regiment. When the Seventh Regiment
reached Washington, a few hours after
the Massachusetts regiment, President
Lincoln and Secretary Seward were
to receive it. The enthusiasm of tho
party vented itself in repeated cheers
fur "the President," "the Secretarv,"
and "the Union." "Roys," said Mr.
Lincoln, "your bust cheer is tho best;
the Union will live when the Secretary
and myself are in our graves."
Tho metric system of weights and
measures is advancing in tho United
States. It was legalized here in 180(3,
and has now been made obligatory by
the Marine Hospital Service nnd tho
United States Coast Survey. The Hoards
of Education of several States havo in
troduced it in tho public schools, whilo
a knowlcdgo of it is required for admis
sion to most of our colleges. I ho mul
tiplicity of measures in continental
Europe, an out-growth of tho feudal
system, was long a barrier to commer
cial intercourse. Until recently there
wero more than one hundred measures
there bearing the name of foot, no two
of which wero alike.
Mr. Labouchere writes of his famous
libel suit as follows: "I am perfectly
satisfied with tho result of tho trial in
which I have unwillingly been forced
to play a part during tho past week,
and 1 hope that Mr. Levi Lawson is
equally satisliod. The issue raised by
tho plea was whether tho aforesaid Levi
Lawson was a coward, nnd a disgrace
to journalism. On Monday evening tho
Lord Chief Justice staled that tho jury
'were, as nearly as possible, equally
divided,' anil, therefore, discharged
them. Six men, therefore, it would
appear, out of tho twelve taken by
hazard from tho inhabitants of tho
couuty of Middlesex, held that tho plea
had boon proved."
a a i
Some ono has made up a striking
array of statistics concerning London,
compactly, as follows: London covers
nearly 700 square miles. It numbers
moro than 4,000,000 inhabitants. It
comprises 1,000,000 foreigners from
every quarter of tho globe. It contains
moro 1 torn an Catholics than Rome itself,
more Jows than Palestine moro Irish
than Dublin, moro Scotchmen than
Edinburgh, moro Welshmen than Car
diff; has a birth in every eight minutes
and a . death in ovory eight minutes;
l,iA8CVnU n?cll'onts every day la its
7,000 miles of streds; has 121 persons
every day and 45,000 annually added
to its population; has 117,000 habitual
criminals on its polioti register, and has
38,008 drunkards annually brought bo
fote tho magistrates.
ALLMEI)IClXE8AUVEltTISlilny THIS I'AI'EIl AUK HOLD 1SY GEO- E. O'HAltA
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Why tho Eggs Don't Hatch.
Yes, why they frequently fail to hatch
has puzzled our oldest breeders fre
quently, and the truiblo arises from a
multitude of causes, some of which wo
will call attention to, so breeders can
investigate tho matter themselves.
One great cause of Infertile eggs rests
with tho male bird, owing to a want of
stamina or to exposure, or overfeeding.
It may, also, bo constitutional, for wo
havo seen birds which gavo every evi
dence of power, strength and health,
which proved useless in tho brooding
pens, the trouble being inherited in an
Intensified degree. This is a point
which is seldom thought of. Too many
liens to a cock often produces tho samo
undesirable results, whilo overfeeding
Ixjth the cocks ami tho liens produces
consequent sluggishness and inability
to produce fertile eggs.
Really good and ferlilo eggs may bo
injured by a sudden jar, by being chilled
or overheated, or by being handled too
much and too roughly. If a good hatch
is desired, none but tho freshest eggs
should be selected, and these from stock
known to possess the requisite amount
of stamina, while they should bo han
dled just as little as possibles and as
carefully as can bo done.
Even after the eggs havo been set,
they are still liable to injury in many
ways, and tho adage "don't count your
chickens before they are hatched," N a
very trite one. The hen may bo a very
restless one, and may take a fancy to
leave her nest at the most critical time,
leaving tho eggs to chill, and thus de
stroy the young birds; or sho may bo
clumsy, as many of the Asiatics are, and,
in tumbling in and out of tho nest de
stroy a few of the eggs, tho contents of
which coat over nnd render worthless
tho remainder. Two hens may seek to
share tho honors of ono nest, to tho
neglect, perhaps, for only a single day,
of the other nest, and a nest of choico
eggs may be lost in this way.
Owing to being set in n very dry
place, with a dry nest of straw or other
material raised up so as to constantly
become still drier, aided by tho heat
from the hen, many of the young chicks
are unable to leave the shell, tho sur
rounding skin (of tho egg) becomes
harsh and dry, adhering to tho young
chick and effectually imprisoning it un
til it smothers to death. Hy making
the nests on the ground, or using a
fresh sod in tho bottom of the nesting
box, as well as by sprinkling the eggs
with tepid water, two or three times
during tho process of incubation, gen
erally remedies this evil.
A Significant Fact.
The cheapest medicine in use is Thomas
Eclectric Oil, because so very little of it is
required to effect acure. For croup, diph
theria and diseases of the lungs and throat,
whether used for bathing the chest or
throat, for taking internally or inhaling, it
is a matchless compound. P. G. Scbtili,
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying w ith the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If so, go nt otice and get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslows 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 has 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 sate to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, and is tho prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians nnd nurses in the United States.
Sold everywhere. 21 cents a bottle.
It Heads the List
Of all other preparations or medicines. In
cases of nausea, headache, dizziness, or ir
regularities of the system, Hurdock Hlood
Hitters have no equal. They never fail in
affording immediate relief. Price 1.00,
trial size 10 cents.
Wk have just received some copies ol
Sunday school library books, published by
David C. Cook, of Chicago, tor 5 cents
each, which ate a wonder for cheapness.
Schools may now have a library of 100
copies lor live dollars. Mr. Cook wiil send
full catalogue free.
A Skillful Preparation
Composed of roots, barks and plants, that
act in harmony, and lire a pleasant and ef
fective medicine, constitute Hurdock Hlood
Hitters, of which highly commendatory
reports are being constantly received.
Price ijl.00, trial size 10 cents.
A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY.
For the speedy cure of consumption and
all diseases that lead to It, such iih stubborn
coughs, neglected colds, bronchitis, hay
fever, asthma, puin in the side and chest,
dry hacking cough, tickling in the throat,
hoarseness, Boro throat, and all chronic or
lingering diseases of the throat nnd lungs,
Dr. King's New Discovery has no equal
and has established for itself a world-wide
reputation. Many leading physicians
recommend and use it in their practice.
The formula from which it is prepared is
highly recommended by all medical jour
nals. The clergy nnd tho press havo com
plimented it in tho most glowing terms.
Go to your druggist and get a trial bottle
free of cost, or a regular size for $1. For
sale by Geo. E. O'llara, Druggist, Cairo,
All ls Well That Ends Well.
Oriu Catlin, 49 Pearl Street, Huffalo, N.
Y., says: "I tried various remedies for tho
pile but found no relief until I used
Thomas' Eclectric Oil, which entirely cured
mo after a few applications." V. Q. Scliuh,
MAY 8, 1881.
HI JUNO W.OHSkM
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C4 I 1 "fc I H.T r t v w r rj ru a
v I j j i i i f i i j n I
O I L
WoiiTH Its Weight in Gold.
if IT WHEN ALL
J IT WHEN ALL
TP V -It". CO UG JI S fine Cnlit4 I
JL J V I JT FOR J)IPJlTllJiKlA"AND CROUP I
IT FOR DJl'UTIIERlA AM) f:7?OITl
Jt NEVER FAILS to
Sold hy all Dinjwists.
Go to PAUL O. SCHUIf, Druggist, Caiio, Ills., for Mrs. Frcemans' New National
nyfs. ror brightness nnd durability of color are uni-qtinlkd. Color from 2 to 5
pounds, price 15 cents.
THOMAS' ECLECTRIC OIL
Used and approved by the leading
CIANS of EUROPE and AMERICA.
The most Valuable
CATARRH, HEMORRHOIDS. Etc. Also for
. Cough. Colds, Sore Ibroat.Cronp
KrTry them. 25 and 50 cent sizei
CKAM) m.D.U, AT TIIK riULAIiKI.PIHA w ". I a jua.
MLVEIl flMIAL AT TUfc PABIS EXPOSITION. COLGATE &C0..N.Y.
THREE TOOLS COMBINED FOR $3.00
" PAT.KTV.il f1
CHENEY ANVIL iV VISK0O.,
nOLUMISUS, HICKMAN. NF.W MAD-
KID A si) TI1TONVILLE.
Sr. J. TURNER, Master.
J. K. MUSE, Clerk.
. Leave. Cairo evi-ry TiU'ednv nml Friday for tho
above pulutn. Kor freight or pawnee apjilr to
Olllce, cor. hlxtlt and Ohio Levee.
At Mill Howard' old ptiind,
rpiIK JlESTliF KKKSII MEAT OF AM. KINDS
A iilwaya nn luind in lurL'i' I'm til lea, and cii)i
tilicil to HlciiniliimtK at nil ImiirH. John ttliuln, well
kuMwn to river mcu, will lie found uoourd all IioiiIh
to take order for nital.
(irricK or City Ci.khk,
I'aiiim. Ii.i.h.. Anril -Nth.lSMl
Sealed tiropnaala will he received nt mv ttlllce un
til .'i o'clock p. m ., Tnenliiy , .May loth. Iss, for the
removal ot iriirtini:e Irom Hie dllli-relit lealdeiice
and hotel in the cltv for the mouth of .May, tSeu
teintier, October, November. March and A nnl,
twice iu each wrmk : for the month of .In no, July
nnd A u t-'io-t . ix day iu cu lt week, ami for the
month of December. January and February, once
In each week, a per ecllon i, chapter li) of thu
ordinance of the city. The plnr.o of de
iioflte to he not lc than one uillu from thu city
limit The rleht to reject any and nil bid re
served by the city.
D.J. Ful.KY.CIIy Clerk.
Ol ICE TO CONTIUCTOUS.
Caiiio, 111., April STith, ls1.
Sealed proposal will he received nt Oil olllce,
ill reeled lo IheClty Council or the Cily of Cairo,
until ti o'eUx k p. m. of Tueaday. Mny Will, ISHI, for
furnlihiim thciiiitcrlnl and dolin; the work, or do
inir Hi i work, neci'"ary for thecoiixtriictlon anil re
Contriletion l!ie lollowluK lilewulk. vlx: To tin
n iiatructul of wood, on the wcatcrly able of
U'nalilnulou avenue from the norllierlv end of the
croawalk on Twentv llrat atreet.lo the aouOicrly
end of the cm walk on Twenty-clirhlli ticct. T-
lie i onHlructed of worn', on tliunmilli ble of Twen
tieth al reel frotn WaMilnctnii aveiiiie to connect
with tbealilewalk I'rontllii; J. It. Kcuri'a property,
between Wiirhiuiton nnd Walnut; nlao nu thu
north aide of Twenty aecond atruct from Walnut to
Cedar atreel Aa provided lor br ordinance No.
no, which I on tile In Ibl olllce nnd xuhjuct to ex
amination a, imv time. '1 he rluhl to reject any and
all bid reserved bj the clly
D.J. FOLEY, City Clerk,
M. tr Outfit sent free to those who wish to en
N L ciik'" In thu moat pleasant and protltuble
1 biislness known, Everything new.
rf Capital not required. o will furnish
V everything tiOa day and upward I vet
n easily mane without staying away from
home over tilght. No rlk whatever . Many new
wora'T wanted ni unco, ninny aro making lort
unes a iho ntismcas. i.nuies make, as much a
men, and voting boys and girls mnao great pay , No
one who la willing to work falls to nialiu more
money every day titan nut tio iiiudtitn aweek at any
Other employment.. Those who eiigii!B nt otu e
will find n short mail to fori mm. Address II.
IIALLKTT A CO., Portland Maine.
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J i OX Jul ijllX
tmiNM a at ,
. ttt fSf ttl
OTHER REMEDIES FAIL I
OTHER REMEDIES FAIL I
PRICE f0 cents mid $1.00.
sold by RARCLAY BROTHERS
VaaoUnft aurb aa
Vaseline Cold Cream,
Vaseline Camphor lee.
Vaseline Toilet Boaps,
u-taaa.rl.rta aa; alaliaraoaa.
and Diphtheria, etc
An agreeable form of tak
ing Vaseline internally.
AC mmrmm a
of all oar goods.
BY BARCLAY BROTHERS
An Anvil with fare V,xS Inrhca. chill-harili'ncd anil
1) iliihc(l; a parallel Viu with 4-lnrh iti-vl furt-il Jhwh that
ipt-n 7 liiclic-o : ami mi Ailjuxtalilo Yactliut will liuld ar
ticlen whoKc aid a are nnl pnralli-1, aa abown In cut. It ta
ilie Kiirnic-r nnd limine hdlilcr'a Friend. futnlnhiiKr run-
- l.ccH for clollii: Iota of mid ioha that runt tlmn ami
iimney to lore dune Sold ti- all h-adlm- wholcanlu
hniiai-a, nnd by rc-tiillcro of lliirdwnre or Aijrlcnltiiral Im-I'U-mi
illa, lint IT yniir di aler ha not yet pot tliem In
clock, h o w. 11 scud one frulijlil paid on receipt of price.
To Nervous HnfTerers-Tlie Urcat European Reir.
eilv Dr. J. B. Nlnipsnn'sSpocIHc Medicine.
Dr. J . b. Slmpaon'e Specific Medicine la a poai
ttve cure for Spermatorrhea, Impotoncy, Weakneaa
and nil dlaeam-a reaiiltingfrom Salf-Aliuae, aa Ncr
voti Debilllv, Irritability, Mental Anxiety, Languor,
LiiMdttido, Depreaion of Spirits and functional ri..
ranuement of the Nervon Syatem generally l'aina
in i. tie or oioe, i.oaaoi Memory, i'remattiro
that h ad to Con
ty and an early
crave, or both.
No matter how
syatem may be
from excessea of
nnv kind, a short
courso of tnia medicine, will restore tiitt lost func-
nous anu procure Health and hnppluesa, where, be
fore wn despondency and jtloom. Tha Specific
Medicine, la being nsed with wonderful suc
cess. Pamphlets sent free to all. Write for them and
Ki't full particulars,
Prlcu. Specltlc. $l.)pcr package, or tx pack
age lor $:.. Will be sent by mall on receipt of
Money. Address all orders,
J. B. SIMPSON'S MEDICINE CO.,
Noa. 104 and t06 Main St.. Buiralo. I. Y.
CLAIM YOUR MONEY.
A (ionenil Olllce of the Life Policy Holders' Col
lect! n Auciiry of the Culled States, for the State
of Illiuoi. Wlsconalu, Minnesota and Iowa ha
been established 111 the cltv of Chicago. Them Is
a Cash value In all Life Ina'iiialice Policies, whether
lapsed or Iu force. For further Information re
speetini; the same, apply t Local A Kent, If there
I one In vour place, otherwise by letter to
CIIAKLKSO. Ol'IVKY A CO., (leneral Acnts,
:l Portland Illoclt, Cliirnf!, Illinois.
N. II. To insure attention to your letter Inclose
ti ecu t in Postage anil wu will give It our time and
Parties desirous of obtaining Loral Agencies
please address us at once, and incuisi hki-kh
II A KN ESS.
A STYLISH OUTFIT!
The Racine Harness.
It I Ihc best harness made for the money It la
not sttilletl with paper nor any sponey aiuff. Sad
dle ol same, all our owu make and will not gall the
norse. i lie enuru Harness is mane of cooil No. I
Leather. Stylish and dillablv made. Ca loooa
on llrldlc and Ureast Collar,
Sent C. O. D. Subject to Inspection.
Sntglo Harness, Marie Trimming I' l I"
" - " V. 1'late Trimmings It
" Nickel Trimmings 15 m
" " lion Ton or Illsck Hold Lined
Double " Itlack TriniMilnca 00
lion Ton. Nickel or "I1 , 1W1
Lined Trimmings.......... !M 00
When ordering, mention th kind of trlnim ng
yo . want, nlso, whether sldo or over check, black
? russet 'hand . lece. for lelns: lJ"rt"'7
hackles are wanted on breast col ar. Ilame or
Ureast Collars furnished with double harne.. ae
Liberal Discounts for Liberal Orders, and Clubs,
For refervuee see editor of Hits paper.