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MRS. LYDIA L PIMKHAM!
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8
Thi PoMtlvo f'nrw
For all Female Complaints.
Thia preparatloa, u Iti name ilKniflo, eotuliU of
Vegetable Properties that aro hannU-w to the muet del
icate laralll ln one trial the nierlU of this Com
pound artf be recosrnimd, m relief li Immediate i ud
when lie usulacontluiuMl, In ninety nine cw la a ban.
dred, 4 pernuuiuut euru U HeUd,M lltmimniU will tes
tify. On necunnt of lie proven rnrrtte, it li tenia; re
commended aod prescribed by the beat pLiteUoa in
It will, eura entirely the worrt form of falling
of the uterus, Lcueorrljo-a, irregular nod painful
ktenttroatlun.allOvarlaaTruublee, Inflamiuatlun and
t'lee ration, floodliitfi, all IHsplacementa and tlte con
sequent iptnal weakaw.and la eeiivolalljr adapted to
the Chang of life. Itwllldliavilre and eipol tumnn
f rein the utcruiln an earl staire of dewl'ioriM'tit. Tlx
tendency to rancerou. liumori there U checked erf
Ipeedlly bjr lu oar.
In fart it haa proved to be the great
at and beat remedy that haa enr been discover
ed. It nuiU. every portion of the y.U in, and tfl.el
new ltfeaudvl-or. It remove fidiitnew.flatulenry, de
al roye all craving fur etluiulauti, au4 relieves wcaluieaj
of the stomach
K core Illuatlng, ncadarhea, Kervno Prostration,
Oentral Dvhllity, SlnrpkMnM, Drpmaioo and Indl
teatlon. Jhat feeling of bf-artiig down, eaunlcg pain,
weight and barkarrie, I alway permanently cured by
tu uae. It will at all time, and undrrall clrcunutan
eee, t In harmony with the law that gorerna the
For Kidney Complaint, of either ari thlj compound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
U prepared at tS and tS WeaUrn Avenue. Lynn, If ana.
Pnrall W. Sis butt lr for tvoe. km hy wall In the
form of pUl, alan In the form of Lotentiea, on rereljjt
of prtre, tl.W, per boi, for either. Mr.. JISiMAX
freely aonrers all Irtlt-r. of Injury. 8-nd fur pain
ptilet, Addreaa aaabuve itfntion iht fnprr.
Ko family .bould he without '.VDIA f. IINKBAM
UVritPlUA They cure C.n.tltllun, lUUouiucee
aodTonadltrof theLtTcr M nnuwr hx.
FOU HALE UY DUl'liOIsrs.
RICHARDSON & CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Whole.ale asieula for LYDIA K. PINKUAMti
LYDIA E. PIXKHAMS COMPOUND
Sold by BARCLAY BROTHERS.
TlTI i mrlUT'S OHCJANS. 17 Stops r. S. t
llrjA I I I ilden Tongue K.e.K only
- JL- -1- M Addroee l)anU-l Y. llcaily,
For Saw Mllla, Foumlrli
and Mvhine shoiu'.
Ko rclrrnlarn a'llff
T1IK TKANITE (O.
.Monroe Co. . I'
OLD MEDAL AWARDED
tlie A uthnt A end eU M"l
UM Wurk.warraut.'d lu lost and
t bMM . idieiaie In "T
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trirt Krrucli mulin,Milaml.
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, tHina, !nr only f I eit y
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FVIflTD TUVPn P l'"1 Inatituuior lr. W. 11. t'AK
UUW laIoLLl.KKU.No.4balflnciiat. Hoawn.
No Itemed mora Wtduly or Favorably Kuown.
It i rll(l in rclltvliiR, quirk in curlt;R. Fur
Lame Baik, Uhuumatlnu, Kidney Affection, and
rl.e and i.aina lm ncrallv. H Is the mirlvHllwl
Inn 1,,eann tfl hn aerlnnnW 111 without a weak
itomach or inactive liver or kidney! Ana when
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"H. A. liurnett Cairo Illlnola "
Some Interesting Facta that May Open the
Eyes of Unwary Parents.
New York hun.
U;(;;ntly a correspondent of tlio Sun
cnlktl attention to a practico in which
somo conclitiion have boon detected in
B.nvin thi.inniilveij trouhlo by dosing
spirited Lorsos with narcotics. A repuU
ablo physician with whom a reporter
conversed on the subject, said: "When
a child is cross, peevish, fretful, rest
less and troublesome, it is not an unus
ual tiling for a physician to be called,
who prescribes a 'quieting powder.'
Tlio nurse is .sent to the drug store with
the prescription, is told how to admin
ister it and in a short time, instead of
having a very wcarisomo and irritating
duty to perform, the nurse finds out
that all sho has to do is to sit by and
watch a drowsy child. The lesson is
not forgotten by the nurse. Sho is
known at tho drug store; she knows the
number of the prescription, she knows
that sho can buy it for a few cents, and
sho therefore possesses herself of the
sleeping powder, to be used whenever
she wants to have un easy job.
"Wealthy parents think they can shift
tueir duties anl responsibilities by lur
ing servants to perform them. It looks
bo easy, and seems such a perfect meth
od of avoiding the annoyance, the sleep
less nigiiis, tiic wear ami tear of tlio
system which is almot inseparable
from faithful attendance upon the heal
"Hut there are very many nurses now
who know l;ow tomalce paregoric, laud
anum, liviirate ol chloral, or morphine
do tho work of patient watching and a.s-
buluuus care, i lie result is that child
ren grow up stupefied under the influ
ence of drills, with their mental facul
ties impaired, and with a taste for stim
ulants that often leads them to drunk
ard's graves. No children are so for
tunate as those of the modorately well
oil' persons who have means suflicieut to
aid them in the drudgery of household
cares, but w ho givo to their children
that personal care, that thoughtful su
pervision, aud that conscientious ievo
votion to duty that can never be bought
with money, but arc fondly forthcoming
from affection. There are also many
mothers who do not scruple to lighten
their cares by substituting drugs for du
ty. Tho drug stores do a lively trade
in various nostrums with lanry names
which are simply well-known narcotics
in a disguised form. Opium is tho com
monest ingredient Tho amount of this
stuff that is sold is absolutely frightful.
It is bought and administered by parents
and nurses utterly ignorant of its dele
terious effects. It produces disorders of
the digestsvo organs, constipation, and
a long train oi successive ins.
"uat is theirerucuyr intelligent
parents must not either use theso por
nicious drugs nor permit them to bo
used with their children. Strict watch
must be kept for symptoms that will be
tray the surreptitious use of tho drugs.
Thus only can a growing evil be stopped
which threatens to millet serious uam
ago on tho rising generation. If a child
which is generally noisy, boisterous and
lively, suddenly uocomcs drowsy, dull
and stunia.lt is at least a lairsuDiocuor
inquiry whether tho cause may not be
found in tho neighboring drug storo.
"The fact is there ought to bo somo
way of preventing tho uso of old pro
scriptions. Al present, wnen a prescrip
tion has been once hllod at a drug store,
thero is no troublo in getting it renowou
without the orders of a physician. There
is also a very loose motuoa oi soiling
narcotics iti most of our drug stores,
which is a crying evil. Physicians aro
made responsible for mucu evil mat oc
curs from tho amateur practice of medi
cine Parents aro too ofton in tho babit
of using old prescriptions when tho
symptoms of a disease resemble that for
which tho nrescrintion was originally
givon. This is playing with fire with a
"When I publicly testified that I had
been cured of a terrible skin humor by tho
Cuticura Remedies, I did so that others
might bo cured, and do not regret the tune
given to answering inquiries. Hon. n
linm Taylor, Huston.
Dead as a Post.
Mrs. W. J. Lang, Bethany, Ont., states
that for fifteen months slio,was troubled
with a disease in the car, causing entire
,l..,i4nnna In ton irtinllfna nftni nalni.
Thomas' Eclectric Oil sho found reliof, and
. .1.; ..!...... ..:i.. i i
in & Blliiri wilt" ei'io wuo viuiicijr turuti aim
her hearing restorua. l'aul u. Scliuli,
Tw vm have pimples, bolls, salt rhotun,
rough skin, &c, tako "Lindsey's Blood
Soarchcr." iu "y 11 "rugging.
T.vnit V.. FiKKitAM's Vogetablo Com-
nouud is a remarkablo remedy for all those
painful complaints and weaknesses so com
mon to our best femilo population. Bond
to Mrs. Lydia E. Tinkham, 833 wcsioru
Avenno, Lynn, Mass., tor pamphlets.
sonarano and useful.
A curious fact has been noted by
Professor von Tlegliom. The colls io
the roots of an applo tree underwent al
coholic fermentation when the soil was
vory damp. The tree then presented a
very sickly appearance.
Mr. G. Phillips Uevan ostimatei the
grand total of gold produced during
the historio ages to bo !i, ft 1 7.093, 6UO,
and that of sifvor, 2,820,250,000, mak
ing the produce of both the precious
metals to bo worth 16,313,313,600.
According to Mr. A. Renvuard, the
water in which hemp has been steeped
produces no evil effects on the health of
a district when such water is allowed to
How into running wator, but always de
stroys the fish and somo variotios of
Some far-reaching data aro looked
for regarding deep-sea fisheries when
the steamship for which 1103,000 had
lately been appropriated by Congress
completes tho work for which she is to
bo specially constructed under the su
pervision of Prof. Paird.
There is in Edinburgh, Scotland, a
Sunday Scienco School, attendod, from
November to July of last year, by an
average of sixty pupils out of an en
rolled number of ninety-two artisan
and other youths who could not, owing
to prolonged business hours, attend
evening classes on week days.
A young German who was witness
ing the shoeing of a horse was struck
by a small particlo of iron, which pen
etrated tho pupil of his cyo and buried
itself deep in tho body of tho organ.
In an cyo hospital nt Woisbadon tho
extraordinary operation of withdraw
ing tho iron by means of a magnet was
recently performed with entire success.
In a recent letter on "Coal Gas" Pro
fessor Renzen cited a curious instance
of the deodorizing of illuminating gas.
In Dresden a quantity of gas escaped
from a pipe ouUido of a dwelling and
passed through tho earth into tho Louso
with its odor entirely gone. It was
breathed unconsciously, and several
deaths occured in consequence.
As the result of his personal observa
tions, M. Carlet states that tho walking
of insects may bo represented by that
of three men in Indian file, tho fore
most and hindmost of whom keep step
with each other, while tho middle one
walks in tho alternate step. The walk
ing of arachnids can bo represented by
four men in file, tho even numbered
ones walking in ono step, while the odd
numbered ones walk in tho alternate
A writer in the Jewish World points
out that, contrary to tho received idea,
tho older rabbins" of the Talmud taught
that tho world was round. This is
shown by a passage in which, in dis
cussing idolatry, tho figures holding in
tho hand a baton, a bird, or a globe
were prohibited, because tho baton
evnibolizes tho dominion of tho world,
tuo bird that the world lies beneath
it, and tho globe is forbidden because
it resembles the fonn of tho world itself.
Mr. Plimsoll su:rests that fire-damD
should bo withdrawn from mines by
fiipes, just as tho water is pumped up
iom tho surnn. Ho would make a
sump" for eras in the hiirhest nart of
tho roof, and then allow the gas to es
capo from the workiug up a vortioal
tube to the sump, whence it would bo
pumped to the surface, and employed
for lighting the village. Mr. Plimsoll
thinks that such a plan would give ab
solute and immediate control to tho
managers of a pit over any gases which
might be lurking in tho recesses of tho
mine; and ho suggests that if his rem
edy is found useless some scientific or
philanthropic body should offer a pre
mium of 20,000 for tho discovery of &
means of entirely preventing coal-mine
What Worried Him-
You want to bo free from what-
ever gives you annoyanco, saiu ine
doctor to the sick man, "frco from all
causes of worry and nervous excite
ment, from every thing that tends to
produce mental distress or agitation."
"Doctor: ' exciaimea mo patient, sil
ting bolt upright in bod and clasping
his professional adviser's hand with en
thusiasm, "put that in writing, and I'll
apply for a divorce at once."
Care of the Finger Nails.
Scarcely anv personal peculiarity is
moro indicative of character than tho
tin"-er nails. Thero are somo who bo-
..r . .
novo that palmistry or mo reauing oi
character from tho hand can be reduced
to a science just as much as phrenology
can. If so, it would necessarily bo an
obscure scienco to tho majority of pco-
le; but tho signs of character indicated
y tho finger nails may be read by all
with a very littlo study, in tlie lirjtst
place, the shapo of the nails is very sig
nificant A slender tanering nail of a
rosy hue, with ft shell-like, transparent
edco. is always tho accompaniment of a
refined nature, uroau, stuooy nnus oi
a vellowlsh-whlte color, and with opa
que, muddy-looking edges, indicate nat
ural coarseness, mougn muy unuu -enmnanv
rrreat cood nature, while the
other variety as frequently goes with a
shrewish tomper. i no euro oi me nans
u nnn of t ho most important oi uio
mlnnr onr.rations of tho toilet. Nails
may be greatly improved both in shapo
and color by proper attention. The best
nrmlianea is a nail brush used m water
softened by a little borax and fine toilet
soap, lu woll-carca lor nans me cur-tain-liko
rim which surrounds thera is
nd back, disnlavinsr a delicato
crescent at tho'root In trimming and
VIV.1VVM. " " . '
, ...... HUn..l.l .Inin.ia 1-tn nfl
paring, mo siinpo ouuuiu iujro
lnnr an oval na possiblo. To cut a nail
sauaroly off gives tho end of tho finger
. t 1 :..!, nulla tbn
a 6tUDUy 100K. Ill Uiuuuuifj mo "..wo
knifo should novcr scrape off tho Inner
.v.0t(inpn nf the nail, as this makes tho
DUUOVi.Mvv , ,
,rir tnii.iiiv in appoaranco, wnoroua i
hmilil ha transparent. The nail is sits
coptiblo of a high dogroo of polish by
I ....i.i i . ..,!. tl.A tjiurnl when dl'Vini?
l'UUUlug in mwi " " It ifs
tho hands. Tho habit of biting tho nails
ia nnn nninar. which children should bo
carefully guardod. It is ruinous to tho
structure of tho nail, and onco acquired
la nnn ot thn most difficult habits to
break. This Is evidenced by tho fact
that some men and womon, but moro
especially mou, havo a habit of biting
their nails when reading or studying, of
which thov are norfoetlv unconscious.
Not a fow lawyers and clergymen occur
to mind whoso nails aro almost a dofor
rutty as a result of this hubit.
AU MEDICINES ADVEBTISEI) 1N.TR18 !MPlBAJnl3rfrr(JTt,oni Alt A
Ktt fttMa t
Buffalo, N. Y., February, 1873.
Jumes I, Fellows, Esq.:
Dear Sin I have used other prepara
tions of nypophosphitesj but they do not
compare with yours, which I think is the
best medicine for the nervous system I ever
used. Fellows' Compound Syrup of Hypo
phosphites Bupphes mutter for bono and
blood, rendering it highly beneficial for
feeble children. Yours truly,
W. T. HORNER,
Editor and Publisher "Buffalo Journal."
An Important Discovery
ns been made whereby a successful veg
etable combination has been introduced,
which acts upon tho bowels, the liver and
the kidneys, and at the same time imparts
strength and vitality to the entire system.
Burdock Blood Bitters constituto this im
portant discovery. Price, 1,00, trial bizc
Mothers ! Mothers ! ! Mothers ! ! !
Aro you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If bo, go ut 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 1ms 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 liko magic.
It is perfectly safe to use in all cases, and
pleasant to tho taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the' oldest and best female
physiciuns and nurses in the United States.
Sold everywhere. 25 cents a bottle.
Nearly a Miracle.
E. Assenith Hill, Birrghamton, N. Y.,
writes: ' suffered for several months
with a dull pain through left lung and
shoulders. I lost my spirits, appetite and
color, and could with difficulty keep up all
day. My mother procured some Burdock
Blood Bitters; I took them as directed, and
have felt no pain since firet week after
using them, and am now quite well."
Price $1.00, trial size 10 cents.
At Phil Howard's old stand,
THE BEST OF FRESH MEAT OF ALL KINDS
always on hand Io lumo q uatititioF, and sup-
tlied to steamboats al all hours. John blade, well
naw n to river men, will be found ahoiird all bouts
to take orders for meat.
pOLUMBl'S, HICKMAN, NEW MAD-
W IfH) ASM) TIPTONVILLE.
M. J. TURNER, Master,
,T. K. MCSE, Clerk.
Leaves Culro every Tuesday and Friday for the
above points. For freight or pasture apply to
Office, cor. blxih and Ohio Levee.
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THREE -VeF3 STATES.
On andafter Monday, Julfc 7th, and nntll turther
notice the ferryboat will make trips as follows:
LliVKh LEAVES LI1VEH
Foet Fourth st Missouri Laud'g. Kentucky Ld g.
8:00 a. m.
8:30 a. m.
2:30 p. m.
9 a. m.
S p. ra
10:00 a. m.
MX PURCHASER'S NOTICE.
To llrown aud Athcrton. or any other person, or
You are hereby notllled Unit, at a snlo of real es
ntnln ihficouutvof Aleiander aud slate of Hit
held hvthu county collector ol suid county,
attho soiitU westerly doorof tho court houso. In the
city of Cairo, In eald county and slate, on the fW'tU
day of Heptomhor, A. I). 1ST9. James M. Cralu
id the following described real estate, sit'
haled In tho town of Unity, county or Alexan
d..r and state of Illinois, for the taxes duo and nn-
pnld llioreou lor inu yeare n. v. iom, ioiu, if. i
ls;s. toauther with penalties and costs; said real
estate huliiK taxed m tlio name or llrown & Athur
ton, to-wlt: Lots numbered two (2), four(4), five (5),
i tin and sovun m In block numbered sli (II). And
vou will farther take notice that the time allow, d
fiv aw for the redemption of eald real estate
will expire on the 30tU day of Hoptember, A
P.1SH1. JAMUs M. CKAUt,
Cairo, 111 , May 31st A. D. 1M1. Purchaser.
JUNE 1, 1881.
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IT WHEN ALL
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It NEVER FAILS to
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Oo to PAUL O. SCTIUH. Drueririst.
Dyes. For brightness ami durability of
pounds, price 15 cents.
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it lor (JO U CiJ-I a unc Colds
TPV -It J or CO UGrJ-I S and Colds
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EXTOtilTlOIi. COLGATE & CO., N.Y.
An Anvil with face SVixrt inches, chill-hardened and
polished ; a parallel Vice with 4-ltich steel fuced jaws that
open 7 Inches: and an Adjustable Vise that will hold ar
ticles whoso Hid' s are not parallel, as shown in rut. It la
iho Farmer aud House holder's Friend, furiiishliiK con
veniences for doing lots of odd Jobs that cost time and
money fo hire done. Hold hy nil loadlne vihuleealo
houses, unit uy retailer or Jlardwuro or Airrieiillurul jU
pleiueuts, but If your driller has not yet got them In
stock, we will send one freight paid on receipt of yncu.