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MRS. LYBSA F. PINKHAMI
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The PnltlTi mre
For all Female Complaints.
thl preparation, M 1U luun aurninf. oonlU of
VeffMabl Vroirxv that m harmkia l th mit dl
(cat laralld. I'poo ooc trUI h. iwnli of thlt Com
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vhea II wh continued, to oluMy-iln Dm In a tiiin.
drtd, (wrntAvntcun I enrtd, tnouatml will t
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aanraittil and pr-rltr4 tr ths bit phfflcuju In
It U1 cur ntlralr tit wont farm of fUln
of th item, I-uoorrbcMk, imuUr and puinful
Kstniallon,allOTvUnTroutil, InfUramntbio and
Clotntlon, rioodtnir, all I'UplacetnraU ami tn con
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th Chang of Life. It will dlawlf and eil'l tumor
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la fart It ha prmd V h th t"it
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B Ufaandrtgor. It rrmoTr fintnMu.natulrncy, do
troyi allcrartng fortluulnt,aud relleTe wcaknrM
at th ttomncb
kt care Blunting, ITitachi, Sfmvn rrotrtlon,
GnnJ DebUlty, SlwplwnM, tirilnn and lu ll
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weight and Urkacbo, is alx pannaw ntly currd bj
Itaiw. ItwUlatalltlmM, andandwall dirnnutan
CM, art In harmony wltu tli In that govern Ui
for Kidney OomiJaliit of !tliir i Ibh oomiand
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A. Burnett Cairo IlllDola "
CLcap Railroad Rates io. Kurope.
h is a i-iitliur.sinirK.'Hiit circiiruntance
that tho iiillimnco which is biting exor
ci'tid by tho Amorit'ati waict ways npon
railway tariffs and trallic in tho Unitt-d
Sinter is likely to be paralleled by tho
pfft.'Cts rif a similar competition m tho
Ktitoiteiin continent. Tho advance of
tho rli.iri'.s for through Jraflio from tho
eastern to the western parts of Enropo
over the (ierman lines which followed
the adoption of Prince Mismarck's pro
teetioni.st jf)liey has consitlerably stim
ulated trallic upon tho Elbe. It whs
not long ago announced that a new
company had been fo?"nied under Aus
trian auspices for navigating the Elbe
and the North Sua with a line of steam
ers, and this company may be expected
to commence operations at no distant
tint". Meanwhile, tho trallic by this
route lias Already expanded considera
bly, ami has been encouraged by spec
ial arrangements between the vessels
on the river and the Austro-Hungarian
lines concerned. Fttierly important
tiiuritiues of corn ami (lour for Great
I'i it'titi have been pent by way of tho
Kibe, and Hie increasing tendency of
traflie between Auslro-lliingary ami
(ireal Iiritain to take this routo is re
viving the competition of Hamburg
and Kittme. Cheap rates by the line
to (iustavsbtirg on the Rhine again are
attracting trnllic also to that river.
Finally, as we have already indicated,
riuiiie and Trieste nro making great
competitive efforts to secure business
with t' 0 north of France anil Great
I'.ritain by the sea route from the Adri
atic. Tim effort of the German Gov
ernment to encourage tho home and
fnivign trade in German productions
by removing tho facilities previously
allowed to the transit trade fins, there
fore, only had tho effect of calling into
existi ni.e formidable rivalry to the rail
ways and. while damaging the German
transit trade, ha failed to secure any
advantages for German home produc
tions. These facts may be regarded as
additional symptoms that the question
of WHtcnvays versus railways is coming
more ;md more to the front. Poll Mail
A Sporting Parson.
A curious slory is told by Land and
Water of nti English parson of the
sporting school: A marriago ceremony
had been lied; but it was a fine Sep
tember morning, tho clergyman loved
his gift, ainl so, forgetful of the mo
mentous knot he was to be tho instru
ment ot twug, he sauntered forth into
tho hlubliles f his ilebc. lie had not
been out lung before ho got a shot;
but scarcely had ho .done so when he
hoard the well-known, voice of tho par
ish clerk .shouting afier him, "Sir, tho
young people be ready, and bo at tho
flu 1 ct.ii a-wailing."
"Uless me,'' said tho old gentleman,
"I forgot; I'd bo them in a moment."
He hastily picked up tho partridgo ho
had shot, ami pulling it in his pocket,
ho hurried to 11,0 church.
In the midst of the ceremony, some
thing was seen to he fluttering tuidor
his surplieo; and in a moment, to tho
astonishment of every body, out from
its folds Hew tlio partridge, for it hail
boon more slunnod than killed.
"(.), dear! there goes the bird," in
voluntarily exclaimed tho vicar. "It's
all right, sir," replied the clerk; "She
can't get out, and sho's gone in tho
Si Hiiro's pew."
Tho WiB'-lora of Dumas the Younger.
Wo enjoy thoroughly only tho pleas
ure that wo givo. '
I prefer a knave to a fool ; sometimes
ho takes a rest.
A man looks a woman from head to
foot, a woman looks a man from foot to
Never attempt to convince a woman
of anything by argument 5 you must
resort to emotion,
God would havo boon vory Illogical
and cruel if, having made lifo what it
is. Ho had not also mtido doath.
Thoso whom wo havo lost are no
longer where they used to bo, but, over
and everywhere, wlioro wo aro.
Philip IUoch. of Toniea, 111., had a
couple of horses sick with a prevailing
distemper. Ho was advised to try blis
toring as a remedy, by wotting the
horses' legs from tho kneos down- wltt
kersoseno oil and sotting it on lire, llo
tried tho experiment in tho stable.
Tho legs of both horsos flashed in au
instant, and tho animals began to
danco for pain. Tho inflammable oil
blazed up vvilh fury, setting lire to the
fttablo and burning it to tho ground.
.With groat difficulty Mr. Block iuan
aged to gut the horses out, and by
hard work several haystacks nearby
vvoro pulled down and savod from do
DAILY OAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MQRNIN(j.
The Pbysio of Oar Grandfatliers.
W. A. Perkins, druggist of this oil,,
has a curious old book, published in
leondon in 1657. It is outitlod, "The
Export Doctor's Dispensatory; or, Tho
Whole Art of Physick Restored to
Practico," with tho following sub-titlo:
"Tho Apothecaries Shop ami (Jhyrur
glons Uosot Opened, wherein all safe
and lamest practices are maintained
and dangerous mistakes discovered;
and what out of sublilly to their own
profils they havo endeavored to reserve
themselves, now at lust impartially di
vulged and matin common. Together
with a strict survey oJ the Di-pensa-toiies
of the most renowned Colleges
of the World, which being corrected,
are here epitoniisod ami drawn into an
easier and useful method for practice."
Following aro somo few of tho more
agreeable among the many agroeablo
remedies with which our forefathers
were dosed: "The fat of a cat, it plas
ter of maslied frogs, brain of a hare
roasted, fat of serpenU; tho fat of men,
foxes, vipers, and dogs; oil of vipers;
grease of a mummy; ashos of a man's
skull, ashes of glass, of earth-worms,
of an asses' liver, hedge hog, scorpions,
blood, cheese mites, wood lice, beetles,
warts off a horse's hoof, piko jaws,
crawfish, the stoppings of a snail's
shell in Winter, crab's eyes, king-tish-ers,
6tones from an ox gall; blood of a
goat In wine; turtle-dove roasted, with
its belly filled with cinnamon; man's
skull powdered and stewed in the milk
of a sow;" spider's web, "especially if
it be such as is full of the fine flowor of
mills or bake-houses;" clots of blood
"dryed;" baire of horses and men
burnt; burnt sponge; soot scraped
from the mouth of an oven or off a
brasse pot; oyle of frogs. The "oylo"
of frogs is recommended to those who
are troubled with sleeplessness. It is
said to operate "by sending mild va
pors up to the head, to temper the hot,
dry and sharp fumes that are in tho
brain." We all know (who have ever
handled frogs) that they aro cool to
For taking away scars are recom
mended "fats an marrowes of men,
asses, harta and the fat of the fish Thy
For wounds "crawfish, mummy and
crabs's eyes" are recommendo I; also,
"earth-worms and hare's hair burned."
"Extractors" for "drawing out
splinters and other things fastened in
wounds," we are told there is nothing
like "land snailes beaten with their
shels, the head of a lizard powdered, or
a iox tongue prepared as its lungs aro
moystened with red wine." Loadstone
"draws forth iron and amber draws
"For a "moderate" emetic "tho
shavings of one's own nails drank in
wine" are recommended.
Many things heartily recommended
for various diseases are unmentionable
to ears polite. Virginia (Xcc.) Eiv-
Men'i Work and Women's
The finest looking specimens of man
hood, in every class, are to bo found
among men between tho ages of 35
and 50, but how many comely women
can be found even among those who
nave compassed only the smaller num
ber of years mentioned above? The
home work of women, whether she be
wife or servant, needs revision ; if only
genius can enable a person to bo at tho
same time master and servant, nurse
and ruler, then genius in this direction,
if there is any, should make itsolf
known for the rwnetit of thoso who are
fighting magnificently against over
whelming odds. With a slightor phy
sitjue than man, a physique that is oc
casionally subject to peculiar duties to
which that ol man can oiler no parallel,
woman is expected to daily endure a
strain that no man would tolerate for
anv length of time. Until what is mod
estly callod housekeeping is recog
nized as the noble science that it really
is. and is carefully studied, the slaughter
of women by overwork will contiuuo,
for at pre-ent it requires that every wo
man shall be a prodigy of sense, in
dustry and endurance. IV. Y. Herald.
Jennie Oramw Forty Years Ago.
The Jenny Cramer mystery is in
some points a repetition of the Mary
RnfTOI noun ivliinh la tnn if f Itn v.nn,.
" , llivil 1 1. UUV Ul bill? iiiuiu-
orahle tragedies of New York. Forty
years have elapsed siuce it occurred.
ana yet it holds its place among the
mysteries of crime. Mary Roccrs. like
Jenny Cramer, was a pretty cigar girl.
She tendod store for John Anderson,
who kept the huest establishment of
the kind on Broadway, Marv was rren-
orally attractive, but it was not known
that she had any special suitor. SI10
lived with her mother, who was a poor
widow, dependent on her daughter's
earnings. Une Sunday afternoon in
the summer of 1810 she loft her home
and never returned. Some persons
who knew her said they saw her in
company with a man dressed in naval
uniform. This was the last soen of
her alive. Her disappearance was re
ported to the police, but no immcdiato
clue could be obtained. Four days af terward,
however, a nudo corpse was
found floating in the wators of the
Hudson near the Jersey shore, and this
was identified ns tho missing cigar
girl. It was evident that she had been
foully dealt with, but this wa all that
could bo ascertained. A yawl boat.
which was also found floating idly in
tho bay, was 110 doubt connected with
tho tragic affair, but on thin point thero
was no certainty. Tho polico mado
every possible search, but It was of no
avail, tiio old mother uioii inoken
hearted, and years havo passed away,
throwing no light upon the mystery,
whose solution has now passed beyond
nopo; and hence the sad talo of Mary
Rogers holds a prominent plaeo among
the bloody secrets of New York.
1 aj aw
A Rapid Descent
"You mako me tliluk," John Wil
liams said, dropping 011 a sofa In side a
nrotly girl last Sunday evening, "of a
bank whereon tho wild thy mo grows."
"Do I," kIio murmured; "it is so
nice, but that is pa's stop In tho hall,
and unloss you can drop out of tho
front window before I ccaso speaking,
you 11 havo a wild timo with him, my
own, for he loves you not." His do
scont was rapid.
Graoe-"I am going to soo Clara to
day. Havo you any message P" Char
lott-"I wonder liow you can visit
that dreadful girl. Givo hor my love."
Ex-Eonator Snrainifl "at TTAmn o
A correspondent of tho Philadelphia
"' uiouu a can
Spraguo and thus
find homo :
yVhon Mr. Spraguo camo in I felt
pained and embarrassed for him a mo
ment, that he should bo asked to dis
closo his dethroned, dishonored ponates
to the evo of strangers, but I need not
havo felt so, for ho received the request
with tho dignity and gallantry of a
nineteenth century philosopher, and
himself proeoodod to ho our cicerono.
Mr. .Spraguo looks somewhat fleshier
than of oi l . i,ja ual,. still
abundant, and his eyes, the finest feat
ure of his face seem to read your
' thought at once, ami to desiro no sub
terlugcs or disguises. Ho wore a com
fortable daik-cloth shooting-jacket,
wit 1 no vest, fine linen, well lattndried.
with low-turned collar, and holland
pantaloons of light bluff gray. Ho
jpoko freely of his old life in the Senato
from 1802 to 187-1, of wartimes and the
n ioonslnictittn. ami incident
ally of Mrs. Spiaguefi'om timo to timo,
as evidences of her tasto were displayed
in the construction ami ornamentation
of tho various rooms. Ile omed neither
to court nor to shun the mention of hre
name. We asked him of his son, and
he said: "That's Willio now, firino- off
that gun outside. Ho is manifesting
himself." Ho is 16 years old, a fine
boy, and tho father's eyes kindled with
pleasure in speaking of him, and again
in loading us through "tho nursery
part of tho house," as he expressed it,
where ho said he mado his quarters
now. Here, in a beautiful chamber
that was evidently a children's disused
play-room, broken toys were still strewn
over the shelves ot tho cabinet, and a
large doll in a pink dress, with broken
arm and leg, dominated tho situation.
It was a pathetic episode in our call
the solitary father standing amid tho
robes of bis al ent little daughters'
babyhood, showing to strangers but
v. onion, wiiu women's intuitive
. . I. ..il . ! . .1
ui mo huuHiion me iiarrowinf
dors of a united home.
A Southern negro, an ex-slavo hired
a lield from his old master lo cultivate,
ho to receive one-third and tho master
two-thirds of the crop. Tho old cegro
was honest, but not up in arithmetic.
The field yielded two loads, both of
which ho put in his master's crib, and
reported to tho astonished landlord:
"Par is no third, sah; do land am too
poor to produce tho third, sab."
Anna Dickiuson finds fault because
her name is not mentioned anions the
subscribers to tho Lincoln monument
at Springfield, 111., when she gave ono
tweiitieth tho whole amount Certain
ly she has a reason to find fault.
Ladies, you cannot make fair skin, rosv
cheeks and sparkling eyes with all the cos
metics ot trance, or beautitiers of the
world, while in noor health, and nutliino-
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in gtiod free condition. When so, you will
be safe from all attacks. The remedy to
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titivcof ali malarial diseases that you can
take. See advertisement in another column.
A Prize f Beauty
would never have been awarded to Venus
if her teeth hail been yellow. Frail mortal,
unlike the deities of'f't'de, have perishable
teeth, but these they nmy retain unimpair
ed to an advanced age, if they will use
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eor sile by C. W. Ileiitleraon. Cairo, Illinois.
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in the United States.
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llocnrntivt! Tainting, Ml. Japa me t.ruiimentatlon
SJ. Statidiird Sitrn Writer, Htnnilartl Scroll
Took, $1. ScrollH ami Oriminein (I.ouilnlphel $t
of bookHoMera or by mini- JKSSK HANKY &
CO. U'JNttBHiiBtreet. N. Y.
Qi'KCIAb ASKKSSMKNT NOTICE. -81'BCIAI.
IO WAHKANT NO. I.
Tnblic uotii o la hereby clven that the county
court of AlexHUilercoiiiity lius rendereil Jmlcincnt.
fur a apeclnl iixHi'H' ineiil iipim property heuellttod
bv the folliiwinit Improvement, viz: hn ciinwtruc-
t ion aiiilrecoiiKlnit'liiiii ol Hulewiilka in block ninn-
ier l, a. a, 4, s, ii, i:). l l, Hi, 17, -.T. ,"i,:tl, :i, :1S.
), 11, 4J, l:l, 41. -Hi, :i7, Is, ., Wi, M, W, M,
lis, litl, To, 7.', cityof l'ti;rn.
Itlorka S, -. i 17, is, iil, i, , i, :, :il, 50,
fil.T, ttl.Hi, in iheKlmt iitlilltiuii to the city of
I'niro, nutl bluck I In Ihi Keeoml ailtlltlon totho clly
of Cuiro, He will more fully nppeiir trom thecertilieil
copy ol the juilijinent ou 'llle in the ulllce of tho
cityrlerk of tho eily ol Citirollint a warrant for the
collection of aiit li afHeHniiioiitH la in tho liautl of
the iiiilernli:neil. All permitiH Interofted am here
by notllbiil It call anil pity the amount iihi'hi'iI, nt
the collet-tor' oltice ut the AlexanderCoiinty liauk
within thirty day a of the tliite berol'.
Clly TreaHiner mid Ex-nfiVio Clly Collector.
Dated. Ihl Will day of AiikukI, IsSI.
Invest input Securities.
Kavlnita Hank, Inmimiicit Companlea, TrtiNleea
anil Inventor vimnrully are Invited to correapontl
with us reu'iirillnir bouil they iimv tlealru to buy.
no! I or exclni' un.
Miinit'tpiil lloniH, W uter tVorks I iiiiipiiny
LmiiiN, anil ilesii'itlile iiHllroiitl Het'ttrltlea al'
wityson liiinil, J. K . I.KWIN A CO., Ilitukera,
47 Cedar St, New York'
Hk.N.1. F. (lllAKTON,
Htoky H. Ladd
I.ate Commlto'loncr of Tatenia,
PAINE, GRAFTON & LADD,
Attornoya-al Law and Nollcltora of Americas and
41i FIFTH STREET, WASBINOTON.D.C
Tractlce patent law In all Ha tranches In the
ratent uincu, aim in mo supreme aud Circuit
Court of the United Htatua. Pamphlet lent free
ou leceipi oi aiamp lor poatno.
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An agreeable- form of tak
ing vajelin internally.
25 Cms A BOX.
Cronn and TUnhth.i-i.
liies of all onr goods, '
OPENED JUNE FIRST.
It le aituatedln Pope County, Illlnola. In epni
of tho Oiark Monnteini, half way between Vienna
Surroundings are Delightful
AIR COOL AND BRACING,
TC,IN,iA.?UNJD,ANCE- Tue UD
A with all the dellcaciei of the aeaaon . The
water are mineral, appetlaluu and health sttvinu,
and their beneficial ctfecta are felt Immediate!.
J- 't- BKOWN, Proprietor.
Tnblic notice la hereby Riven that in pnrmanc
or au ortler and decree matlu aud entered by and la
Im county court of Alexander county, atate of II
liuola.nt the Attuuitterm thereof, 1SB1, iu a cerUin
chiiiih wherein the nnderaluned aa admlnlatrator
ofihowtatu of William O'Callahan.doceaKed, ami
adiiitulatrater wlth tho will annexed of Hlchard
!!'. "ii un' rteceaieil. wa petitioner and Tbomae
OCallahau, Adeline Kenniaton and Alfred Math
ewa wero defendaut. tho underused wlil, on
Wedneaday, the lilat day or September, A. D., 1881.
at the hour ol two o'clock p. mlthe from door
ol the court tiouae lu Cairo. In tald county, offer
forimlc ttitho bliiheit biddor forcanh in hand, lota
number four (4) ui block number forty (40) In aaid
city of Cairo, aud lot number ioen (7) in block,
unmber nineteen (im, aud lot number forty-two
(42) In block nn mher twenty (SO), both In the Ktrit
addltiou to Bttld cityof Cairo
, , . PATRICK MOCKLKH,
( alro, 111., Aiifciiat 'ii, lsSl. Admlnlatrator. etf .
Ml'TUAL AID SOCIETY,
UEK A! EUREKA!
A SURSTITUTE FOR LIFE IXSUB
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
utual Aid Society ,
OritiuiUedJulv lUli, 1B77, Uutler the Law a
tltti StHti'of IIIIiioIh. Copyrighted July
II, 1877, Uiidt r Art of Congm.
P.O. HOlICn Proeldml
CT. KUDU. ... Vice Preaident
A. UOLD8TINK Treaeuror
il.OOKDON Meille.1 Artu,-p
THOMAS LKWI8 H.,crti-.
J011N 0. WUITK ....Ailtant Hecretarv
It. LKHIHTON. h. h. THOMAS.
J.C.WH1TK, W.r. PITCHER.
J. 8. MCUAHEY.
UO-A.KD OF MANAGEH8:
i.uiiiiiu nti miwji. ui eiirnuun ol jiira, w&nitiiale
Krooerr; Paul O. Schuh, wholesale and retail droit
uliil: Haxon LelKhton, comtnlaalnn merchant; Jaa.
8. Mcliahey, lumber dealer; J. J, Uortlon, phya-
Ulm...n. ui..lln. . u.-.. a . . .
i.inu, . n. Muiiiriiiiin, ui uotuatiue u itoaenwater,
wholeaalu and retail dry Kooda.etr.; Wm.F. Pitch
er, vuueral aRent; Henry U. Kllia, city printer aod
ik hinder; cuoley llaynea, Cotioer; Jno. C.
lite, aaalatant aecretarv and anlleltn.! Alhxrt
Lewla, tloalor In flour and irraln; K. Uro, preat
deut Alexander County Hank ; O. W. Hendrlck.
contriictor aud builder; Cvrui Clone, irenera)
amintsThomne Lewi, eec.retary and attorney at
law; 1,, o, 1 UonniK, broom niaiiiifactnrer; W. K
ltuaaul, cuiitraetot and builder; O. t, Redd
eunit 0. St. L. AN. O. rullaoail ;Moe I'hllllpi.rar
penter; It . A. Chitmliluy, cotitracUir, Cairo, Ilia..'
Uev..l. ttpencer, clarKvman.StliHtila, Mo,; J. 11.
Iletbuiiu, circuit clerk, Miailppt connty, Charlee
ton, Mo.; J. 11 Moore laer, Commerce, Mo.;
I). Hlncletarv, phvilclan, Arllnatoo, Ky. J. W.
Tavry, phvalclau, Kiilton, Kv. ; Wm. Ryan, faiaaor.
Murrv, Rv. ; A. Stelnhach, manufacturer of aad
dlerv, Evanavlllo, Iud ; Ik Andonon, ancretary
to aiiperlntendeut C St. I.. A N O. railroad, Jack
aon, Tenn.;J. H. RonorUon, pbvalolaa, white
vllle, Tonn . ; Thnma A. Oabora, narneae maker.
Bolivar, Teno , ! Wm. L. Walker, "Dud Adwt.
tiling AiteuH," Hull. 6priBrmMUa.