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LIBS. LYDIA1 E. PlilXHAKU
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Tho Pnlt)T( Cure
For all Femalo Complaints.
This preparation, u lu nam tlgnlfaa, eoiuUti ol
Vgtalil I'rortloa that ar. harmiu: to the matt del
tnatalaralld. Upon ono trial the merit of till Com
pound vUl be rnlMl, u relief to lmmdUU i ud
wha IU aw It ooutlnuM, In nlnrtj nln. cunt lo a ban.
drad, t parnkuntcurtitoiffitw),wthouwniU will Im
Hfy. Oaaceoant tt It proves nrlta,tt Is t-dyra-oouimdMii4
preaartbed by th bmt pliyaJtlaai In
It -win eur entirely tit want form of tailing
of to uterus, Ltiucorrhtm, Imyular nod painful
If nutrulton, Ul Oraruui TroobWx, Inflammation and
Ulomttoa, flooding, til miUeeinenU and th ooo
ewjuant iptiial voJuiMt, and U wpoclaDy adapted to
th Chang of lif. It wlIldtawiiM n4 tumor
f itkii M sUnwin an .arlr of derelojimefit, Th
Undtnry to canraroua bumon then li checked very
ipcwUly bj lu um.
la fact It has proved to be th great
Mt and beet remedy that baa inr been AlaooT.r
d. It perroeatM trtry portion of tha irMm, and gives
Bawllfeaod rigor. It remove ftatacai,aataJMK7, d
ftroyi all craving for stimulant, and relieve woalneta
f tb atoniMb
St eon Bloating, Header!, Xenrous Proat ration,
General Debility, AleeplMum, Depreaalon ud Indl
gwtluo. That feetlng of bearing down, eauatna- pain,
weight and bar tic he, la alway permanently cured by
II um. HUlatallUnic,aadudrraU elrrvaeeUa
eee, act In harmony with th law that governs th
for Kidney OoenplalnU of rtthrr tei thla compound
Lydia I. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
la prepared at maod W WaUra Amm, Lynn, Mem.
Price Su bottle fur IVOO. Sent by mail In tb
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Ko family abould be without LTDU E. I Ui KRAH'
UYKUVaXi. Thay run. Conrtlfetloa, I'lUoiiinfi
andToroKllty of thefjver. KoUirliu.
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LOCAL WRATUER RPURT.
Diom ax. Orris, I
CaiBO, 111.. June i, IS81 f
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W. H. RAY,
Sen't Signal Corps, TJ. 8. A.
A Eareaved Widowar who Disliked Trouble.
"I see by last night's paper that a
Mrs. Morgan was nyi over by a street
car," he remarked, as be seated himself
on the edge of a choir.
"Yes," replied tbfc city editor. "What
"1 wanted to get some more particu
lars. Was she busted up pretty bad?"
"Her back and. botb legs were brok
en, and one arm cut off short"
"You don't say! Did. she, seem to
mind it much,?"'
"Well I should smile,w saic the city
editor "It killed her."1
"Don't tell me so! What do you think
they did with her?"
"Oh! they took her to the morgue.
I reckon she's there yet Did you know
"From tho description I take her to
be my wife. You say she's dead?"
"Yes, sir. I am very sorry for you,
but you will have a good claim for dam
ages against the compauy."
"I shan't trouble 'era. I'm willing
to let it drop. Did you get an idea that
tho car was injured much?"
"I think not. I guess your wife got
tho worst of it"
"And they can't come back on me for
Certainly not. You can make 'em
"Oh! Idontcare about that It's
all right as it is, if they don't try to
make any trouble. I was a little star
tled at first, but this lots me out"
"Shall you take your wife away an J
bury her?" asked the city editor.
"I don't know would you?" asked
Mr. Morgan, doubtfully.
"Yes, I think I would."
I suppose I might as well. It'll save
talk, and the easiest way is the best I
hate any fuss, but I reckon I'll havo to
lot up this time and take it Just say
that the funeral will come off next week
or tho week after, and come up your
self. Let's see; where'd you say they
"At the morgue."
"Well, I'll drop around in a day or
two and get her. Much obliged to you
for your trouble, and if the company
says anything about it you just say that
I don't want any difficulty, and I'll fix
up my damages, will you? They needn't
do any lawing about it; rd ratehr
patch it up quietly. Have you got a
And Mr. Morgan lighted his cigar,
and sauntering into the job room
glanced over the theatrical posters to
see what was going on in tho amuse
ment line next week.
Mr. S. Palmer, with tho Qould Manu
facturing Co., Seneca Falls, N. Y., thus
writes: I have been afflicted with rhen
mntigrn for tho lost three years, and withiu
that time have tried almost everything
without getting any relief until 8t. Jacobs
Oil had been used.
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child sufforlng and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If so, go at onco and get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relievo 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 pot tell you
at onco 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 uae in all cases, and
pleasant to tho Usto, and is tho prescrip
tion of one of tho oldest and best femalo
physicians and nurses in the United States.
Bold everywhere. 25 cents a bottle.
Used to Bay: "Boys, if your blood is out
of ordor try Burdock tea;" and then they
had to dig tho Burdock and boll it down in
kettles, making a nasty, smelling docoction ;
now you get all the curative properties put
up in a palatable form in Burdock Blood
Bittors. Prico $1.00, trial aizo 10 coots. ,
, n.iLF tho ills of human life proceed from,
a torpid and disordered liver. Submit -to
them no longer while r'Sellers' Llvor
Pills" will euro you quickly. .Prica 35 cU.
THE DAILY 0 AIRO BULLETIN;
BT HHH. I. M. B. PIATT.
What Is It tho bully's band can bold?
Only iiiio little Mower did you say?
Why all the sweet blossoms that ever Mow
In ino swoi't wldo wind away from tho dew,
And all tho Juwuls nnd all the irold
Of the kingdoms of too world to-day.
Tbe Hutiy s baud can bold.
WhM It It tbe Ruby's hnnd can bold?
Why. all tbe honey of the bees,
And all the valleys where summor stays,
And all the sands of the dosort's wnys.
And ail the snows that wore evur cold,
Ancl all the mountains aud all tbe sea,
Tbe Baby's tutud oun bold.
What Is It tba Ruby's hand can hold
Tho Baby's band so pretty and small?
Why, just what the sbi uiders of Atlas bear
Bending him down In tho pleture there,
(Now all that I cun toll you Is surely told)
Hut that Is tbe world I Well, that la all
The llabs hand can bold.
How Is It the Baby's hand rnn hold
The world? yea, surely I ought to know.
For, ob, If the Bithy's band wlilnlrawn,
iKjwn Into tbe dust tho world were gone,
folded therein as you might fold
The sell, while hud of a rose Just so
Fur tlio Uuby's band to bold.
Since tho Chicago Times established
Its agricultural dopartmout the Illinois
farmers have thrashed thoir turnip at
least a week earlier than formerly.
Mrs. Harriet Beechcr Stowe thinks it
Is very inartistic to knit men's foot goar
straight Doen't it depend, Harriet,
on whose socks it U that is gored?
Sara Bernhardt says she "can't seo
bow tho men reHist tumbling head and
ears in love with the handsome Ameri
can girls." We tumble.
The Nihilists are willing to establish
a constitutional monarchy in Russia;
but the Romanoffs bold tho cards, and
will be glaa bombed to glory first .
New Haven lieyister.
Several brothers recently got into a
quarrel over a pie and the little one felt
less kindly toward the biggest, wbo took
his part, than he did toward any of the
others. Boston Post.
"The matrimonial fever has broken
out," says the Green Bay Advocato.
The tie-fuss, probably. Andrews'
Queen. Take care it isn't the chills and
fever. N. Y. Commercial Advertiser.
They want to call the American side
of Niagara Falls Cataract City, although
we think Catarrhville would be more
The report that the Czar has ordered
60,000 barrels of whisky from Louisville
is of the deepest significance. It indi
cates, beyond a doubt that he is taking
measures to compromise with tho Nihi
lists. Lowell Courier fuumaL
'Make a minute of that duel, Mr.
Shearer," said tho chief to the news
editor. "Can't do it," replied the sub
altern. "Why, not?" "Cause there's
only two seconds in it." (Verdict of
accidental death, caused by increase of
An Italian priest proposes that in
parliamentary oratory singing be sub
stituted for speaking, and if a man
can't sing he must only gesticulate. If
thi plan were adopted by traveling
opera troupes there would be more ges
ticulating than singing on tho stage.
The Breakfast Table dishes up this
food for thought: "When the funny
man of a London daily writes a good
joke tha editorial . staff is called up,
oysters are served, and the paper don t
appear that day. And it is a note-
Worthy 1mot nn I .on don dally' beui Uirssed
a publication day for ten years back."
The Indianapolis Herald calls atten
tion to the f;ict that the very day Dal
zcll, an Ohio man, refused an office, the
great earthquake at Scio occurred. The
fact is not so surprising as tho Horald
supposes. Tlieearthquako was simply
an effort of nature to make another
opening somewhere for Mr. DalzelL
"You wouldn't believe it" remarked
Bliffers, who had just returned from
Yurrup," "but I tell you it is a fact.
There are plenty of little shaver in
Paris, not more than 3 or 4 years old,
who can speak French?" And Bliffers
wondered why we manifested so little
surpriso at his remark.
Buffalo Bill is not so great an actor
as Salvini; but when he dashes upon
the stage, kills seven Indians, puts
thirteen to flight, removes a quantity of
scalps lined with red flannel, and res
cues the lovely maiden who is chained
to tho stake, the audience appears to be
porfectly satisfied with him.
The manager of a theater, being
deeply impressed by the reports of re
cent fires at places of amusement, sets
actively to work to make all possible
arrangements for emptying his theater
in tbe event of an accident "He ought
to try and do something to fill it," re
marks a cynical rival.
"It's mighty strange, so it is," re
marked Muloahy, "that the tinants av
Ireland is the wuns to mako all the
troublo. Ye wud expect now that it
wud be the landlords. "How's that,
at all? Pbwat are ye givin' us?" said
O'Flannerty. "Why, d'ye moind now
it's the landlords ( that's tho proper
"You are weak," said a woman to
her son, who was remonstrating against
her marrying again. "Yes, mother, I
am," he replied, "I am bo weak I can't
go a stop-father.' -
The brigands who captured the Filter
family in Salouiua wero so r.ourtooua
that on their way back to the mountains
some of them went back sonio distance
to find a doll which Mrs. Suter's little
daughtor bail lost
Tho Virtuous Votor,
An instance of tho character of some
of tho Conuocticut voters is told me by
an ox-Stato Commit too Chairman. It is
to the effoct that a Republican votor in
ono of the Lymes a man worth $20,000,
by the way, was induced for $20 paid
him by a Democrat to agrco to stay away
from the polls at a curtain closo cloo
tlon. When the Republicans sent for
him to coroo to tho polls ho replied, "I
shall voU Domocrutio if I coino," but
finally said that if they would pay him
$20 he would keop away, whereupon he
reoeived the monoy. Next morning he
wont over to doposit his $10 intbo Ei
sex Savings Bank. En route ho was
accosted by a friend, who said: "Why
did you not vote yesterday?" His reply
was: J'Woll. I mndo up my mind thab
both parties had got so corrupt that I
would keep away from tha polls this
SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 5, 1881.
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0m Vaccination Too Many.
Bright and early, yesterday morning,
ays the Detroit Free Vim, a middle
aged man, of anxious look and much
cot-porosity, called at the City Hull aud
went for the Chief of Police with:
"Haf we schniall-box in Detroit?"
"I believe we havo a sporadic case or
, two," was tho reply.
"Und doze soniejiody haf to get wac
cinated to keop him avay?"
"Every citizen should protoct him
"How many dimes was I got waccin
atcd to keep dot shmall-box out of mcin
house und saloon?"
"Oh, I guess once will do."
"Vonce! Great shiminy! no more ash
dot! Shust wait a nilnit!'v
He jerked off his coat and pushed up
his shirt sleeves and pointed to four
spote on his left arm and five on his
right, and said:
"Four and five makes nine dimes dot
I vhas waceinated in four days!""
"How is that?"
"How ish dot? Dot's vhat I likes
myself to know! I vhas shust reading
about dat shmall-box de odder day in
dcr Sherman bapers when two men
vhalks in mein saloon und says: Shar
ley, dot shmall-box is all ofer down und
yon must be waceinated order Common
Gouncil vhill close yon oop! So 1 was
waceinated for two shillings und zwei
"It vhas shust two hours more as a
man conies in und say he vhas sent to
waccinate mo oh der oddor arm, und I
Eays him two shillings und class of
"Bofore night a man mifc spoctacles
comes in una says he vas sent by dor
Healthy Poard to see oof I vhas wac
einated. I shmv him two bluces, but
he shakes his hcadt und says: 'Dot
waccination am too high oop, und you
vhill git dcr shmall-box in dcr hands.'
Den he makes dot blace here, und I gif
him twenty-live cents und class beer."
'Vhell, in der course of four days six
more men comes aroundt to waccinate
me by order of der Mayor, der Gufer
nor, der Bresident, dor Poard of Bublio
Vorks, und I doan1 know vhat else, und
efery time I bays two shillings und class
beer. Vhen 1 vhas waocinatcd nine
times I pegins to pulieve I vhas a green
horn, und vhen der tenth man comes
aroundt I hit him on der head mit a
pottle und vhalks oafcr to see you about
It Vhas it all right?"
"I guess the boys were guying you."
"Vhat is dot?"
"Why. you haven't really been vac-
olnatoU m nil. "
"No, and you'd better bo vaccinated
"Waceinated again! Waceinated don
dimos! Nefor! Pefor I vhas waceinated
den dimes I catches der shmall-box und
goes to ped mit him all zummer! Dot's
some slose pins like I am!"
A Baptist Minister's Exp rience.
I am a Buptiut minister, and before I
even thought of being a clergyman, I
graduatod in medicine, but loft a lucrative
practice for my present profession, 40 years
ago. I was for many years a sufferer from
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I was also troubled with hoarseness, and
Thomas' Eclectric Oil always relieve me.
My who and child had diphtheria, and
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nothing relieves me like Thomas' Eclcctrio
Oil. Dr. E. P. Cbani),
Paul 0. Bchuh, Agent.
Wit have just received some copies ot
Sunday school library books, published by
David C. Cook, of Chicago, tor S cents
each, which are a wonder for cheapness,
Schools may now havo a library of 100
copies tor five dollars. Mr. Cook wiil solid
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Mrs. Ira Mulholland, Albany, N. Y,,
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from oft-recurring billions headaches, dys
pepsia, and complaints peculiar to my sex,
Since using your Burdock Blood Bitters I
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is too often followed by a disordered stom
ach, symptoms of dyspepsia or indigestion
Every miserable dyspeptic in the lanil
should know that ho can bo cured by a
timciy use ot uurtlock mood Hitters
Price, $1.00, trial size 10 cents.
L-YDIA E. Pinkiiam's Veuefabla Com
pound is n remarkable remedy for all those
painiui complaints ami weaknesses so com
mon to our best femalo population. Send
to Mrs. Lyttia rc. Pinkham, 23. Western
Avonno, j.,ynn, mass., tor pamphlets.
Mounted varmshud, and paper maps of
Cairo for sale, at The Bulletin office.
CLAIM YOUR MONEY.
A General Olllreof tho Mf l'ollcy Holders' Col
lectin Anenry of tlio Unlled Slates, Tor tliu Stales
of Illinois. Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa has
been istahllsliud In tlui cllv of Olilcsn". There Is
Cash vahlo lu all LHV InnuisnCo I'lilli les, wlielher
Inpsvii or In fnrcti. Kor further liifuriiuitkin re
SivcltnKtlioSHine, niiply In Local Atiit, If there
Is oun In your pfnee. otlierwlsu by letter to
CHAHf.KHO. OtJlVICY 4 CO,, (ieuoral Aenls,
ill rortlaml lllock. Chlctmt, Illinois.
N. 11. To Insure attention to your letter Inclose
Scout In TostiiKO and we will give Itoni tlmu and
I'srlins desirous ol ohlalnlnu I.ornl Attendee
plessu address us at unco ami incuiki iiisritR
Corn well's System of Dress
LADY CANVARKRriH and LOCAL A0BNT8
WANTED KVKKVWUKUK. Aitopts never Jhil to
sell this nivtlioil, Homo malts (tvi per week. This
is the only svstum lu the world wit n a shonldor
munsure, nnd a pur ect rule for darts, maklns a
perruct (tarmeiif wlihont refttthi. Blmple lo
learn, and worth a htiudred dollars toovery sewluit
machine owner. Whitt lady will take the suency f
Bend fot terms, lW'J WuWb Avu., Chlcunii.
iimiiiii assess ,,,,,,
M sssstsss sstw
PRICE 50 cents and $1.00.
Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Fm mana' New National
of color are unequalled. Color from 2 to 5
sold by BARCLAY BROTHERS
Articles from cure
'- Vaseline such as
Vaseline Cold Cream,
Vaseline Camphor Ice,
Vaseline Toilet Soaps,
an p.nor ta aaj uauiar
and Diohtheria. ate
An agreeable form of tak
ing Vaseline internally,
os rvvra s vny
of all our goods,; , '
a0k. I II W I
f I II I I
asa a a - v v - a a v n
-0 I II l II ISS "111
Bb fl JW M ! M lal IS
An Anvil with fare 3Vix8 Inches, chlll-hanlancd Slid
polished ; a parallel Vise with 1-inch steel faced jaw thst
open 7lncbe: and an AdJiiKtalile V'sctliat will bold ar
ticle whoae sic! d are Dot parsUol, as shown lu cut. It Is
iliu Fanner and HiiiiNe-nuliler' Kriend. furnlHhinir ron-
eniences for dplug lota of odd Jobe tbat cost tinio and
money to lilru done. Hold by all lesdinii wholensle
nouses, ana ny retailers or Hardware or Agricultural lin
plumepts, but if yonr driller has not yet nut them in
stock, we wl II send one frfiubt paid ou recelptof price.
Detroit, Midi. -
At riiil Qowitfd'i old stand,
TnK BEST OF FRESH MEAT OP ALL KINDS
always on hana lo lartre quantities, and sup
piled to Btewnboatrat nil hours. John blade, well
knnwn to river men, will be found aboard all boats
(o tuke ordi'rs for meat."'- '
fjOLUMBUS, HICKMAN, NEW MAD
V KID AtfD TIITONVIUE.
' M. J, TTOEK, Jloster.
! J. K. M USE, Clerk.
1 Leaves Cairo every Tuesday and Friday for tho
above points. For freight or pasaspe spplv to
1 JAMES nitJOH,
Olllco. cor. blitb and Ohio Leveo.
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE fej STATES.
On and after Monday, June 7th, and uutil farther
notice tboforryboat will make trips as follows:
LIAVIS L1AVSS ' LllTaa
Coat Fourth st. Missouri Land's;. Kentucky Ld'g.
9 a. m.
U a. m.
5;00 p, m.
S p. m
jSOTICE TO CONTRACTOR'S.
Ornci nr CityCliuk. natho. III.. MsvMih.lwi
Proposals will be received t my office op ta end
including June 7, ror Hie iiiiidhsuu grseuig oijv
K, Htrect between ferond and Koiirteeuth .treets.
The work will b d vlded Into sections ss follows:
Heel ton 1 IJeiwten Seroudsna rounnsirseta.
Section 8 llelwveu roiinu and cusin sireois.
Section 8 lletweea HlJcth and Elirhlh itretK.
Mixtion 4-Brtwoeii Klglith snd Tenth streets.
Section A-lletwuen Tenth ssd Twelfth streeU.
Section a lletween Twell'lh snd fourteenth (t.
Bids will bs received Hit t part or tho whole nf
said work. Kor further particulars as to said All
lag spplv to the msvor or myself. Th council re-,
scrvss the right lo reluft sny snd all bid.
7 D, J. KOLKY, City Clerk.