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-URS. LYOIA E. PJMKHAf.n
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8
Ths PottlT" Cnrn
k For all Female Complaints.
Thij preparation, u Ita nam elgnlnei, consist ot
VaaretaUe l'ruprrtlea that are tiamil.e to the ruoet del
kaUUiTaUd. Upon on trial the merit of tblf Com
ootid will ho recognised, aa relief la Immediate and
hen Ita aae la continued, In ninety nine caane In a haa.
drad, panuatwutsuntUireotdUiouivl will te
Utj. (o aarnunt of Ita proven mtrlle, It la to-day re
atuutnetided and prtacrttiad by the beat phyalclaat la
It will euro entirely the wonrt form of faille
of tha oterua, 1.4-ucurTlwi-a, Irregular and painful
Manatniatlon,aOUTarlaoTtwhlN, Inflammation and
Ulceration, noodluga, all IM-placementa and tha eon
eequeot aplnal weakneaa, and la especially adapted to
tb Changa of Ufa. It wOl dlaaolra and expel tumor
f rwa (ha lunula as early ttaga of development. Tha
toiulenry to carrorouaburnora there la chocked rar
Jpecdll J by Ita (Ue.
la fact It haa proved to ba tha treat,
eat and beet remedy that baa e-r two dlecuror
ad. It pertueaUa amir purtloo of the fjatam, and give
Dew Ufeaod vigor. Itremoveafalntneaa.flttulenry.de
strure all cranny fur atlaulaaU, and reUerta weaknuee
f tba etomarh
ft euree Bloating, Headache, Sri-rona Proetratton,
UenarairMilUt.Pkepbwina), Dapnaaloo and Indl
g-eetina. That feeling of bearing down, causing pain,
eight aad backache, le alwaya prrmaamttr cored by
lleuae. It will at all tlniea, and under all clmunataa
caa, act In barmoojr with the law that gumma tha
Fur Kidney Complalnta of elt Iter aea tula compound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
I prepared at V3 and tB WeeU-rn A.enne, I.jrnn, Jlaaa.
frit 1 00. Mi bottU fur $.V(. Bent by mall la tha
furmof pllla,alaoln Uie form of Uxrntna, on receipt
of price, $1.05, per hot, fur either, lira. Pl.ValUal
freely ao-vere all letters o( Inquiry, fiend fur paw
pbM. Addme aa ahoe M'xlum (Alt ;w;rr.
Ho ramilyehuuld lie without ITDU E. I'lNKIlAa'
UVTR PIL1A. They cure Conrtltton, EUiouama
and Torpidity of tt Liter. t cente per box.
SOU SALE IIV OHl'l.tilSTS.
RICHAKDSOX & CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Wholesale ageol for LYDIA K. PINKUAMS
LYDIA. E. PINKHAM'S COMPOUND
Sold by BARCLAY BROTHERS.
l)U K flVIHT'H OKOAS8. 17 Stona 5 Net
1 1 Hi A 111 "olden Tongue Heeds, only
$ Aildreaa Daniel F. Beatty,
MAKE HOME BeiiutiM.Hfc
(-ravlngi. Choice (nhjivta. Ixiwi et prices. Hind
f.rt'atal.ii.';audprlc liet, A(iK.NT8 WANTED.
Addre.s J. JoYCL'KDY fc CO., ftilladi Ipliia, i'a.
For Saw Milla, Fdundrlon
and Mnrbine rhoi.
i'o rclrrnlarn addrraa
TIIK TKAMTE CO.
MonriK) Co., I'a
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th Author ADwanditTHi Mi
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frf,Ht. nMrv(Kn ho a ml in
ttnmt KrM-(i moJtn,awnhiMd
Mm4 iurrvtric, lib prmcnii.
ln.rui, line imTjr ifl.Jiavnt Uy
unit Dw,Aildn I'tvJmdy Mm.
'Geo Woods Co.'s
QUALITY OF TONE,
Beautiful Musical Meet
Strength and Durability!
Beauty of Design
They wIlloMlaat all common, chi-ftii. Orcana,
wlnle their miieti al ami mocliaHio.nl quuittt-M com
raeud tlicm to all who wiali a Mrlclly liih trado
Admits wanted in this vicinity.
KoralleoldiiiradlaahledlnU. 8. inrvlco, unit for
lielrK of iltHX'am'd auUllvrx,
For xoldliirH wIioko rate or ncunlon 1 too low,
Due nil noliliora (llncliarircrt fur woiinila or otlicr
injury (iiolUUuaeB), who liavu failed to rccvlvu It.
COPIES OP LOST DISCHARGES
Heml two : rent ("tamps for blank and "circular
of Information" to
8T0DDART & CO.,
Solicitors of datum, ltoom 8, St. Cloud DulldinK,
WASHINGTON. D. C.
1 Outfltaentfreo tothOKO who with to en
glf in the imtt plvatant and prontuhla
iWinuet 1 known, Kwrytlilli)! liuw.
K'unttal not ruoulrurl. will fllrtilrth
OTurvthlnii. $li)a day and npwardt it yet
- horn, nvvr iiliiiit. No rltk wlituur. Many now
" worlcrt wanted at onco. 1 Mauy aro naklnir fort
nnea a tha hiitlnuit. ' IAdlnt maka. at much aa
eaaiiv uiauu wiinuui aiavintr au-ar mtm
" men, and vouiib boyt and irlttnanu groat (my. No
' oiiu wn it williUK vu worn iuhb 10 niaKO mnrs
111 one v cverv dav tliati ran he made. In a week at an
1 other (iniploynielit. . Tkoto who unuak't at onre
win nnn n timrt roan to iiinuiio. Auurott 11,
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Hy mall (In advanco) ne year , 1 00
Hit moutha 1 0u
Threo anonUia '
Toclubtof Uin and over (per copy). .... !!.'. ".! 1 50
f ottAirc Id all caaei prepaid.
Flrt l Inaertton, per tquare 1 1 00
HuhaequKiittuiiurtioua, ter aquara &D
For one week, per tquare SO)
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Olilttiarlet andrntoltitlont patted by tcletiet
ten cenla per line.
Duatha and rnarriauet frc
Flrttlnaertion, per tquare 1 1 00
Eli;ht Hue of tolid nonpareil eonttltute a tquare.
UiHplayed advertttcmeni will Ik cbred accord
ing to the Kpace occupied, at above ratea there be
tujjj twelve fine of tolld type to the Inch.
To regular advertlaera we offer auperlor Induce
mentt.both at to raU: ofcbarxei and manner of
d tplaytnir their favort.
Th In pajivr may be found oo lie at Oeo. P. Rowell
t Oo.'a Newspaper Advertltlng Bareau, (10 Spruce
t'ti whero ajlvertltlng contract may be made
f irltln Now Tork.
Communication npon tnhject of general tnterett
to the public are at all timet acceptable. Rejected
in iiiiitcrlptH will not be returned.
f-tleraand CJimraiinlj-eHnma ah... 1 I AAmmmA
"K. A.lliirnelt Cairo Illlooit "
Tlio ComuionwcalUi has livid up at Ht.
Tlie Hopkins will be out to-night from
The Andy Btum is due up to night for
Tlie Port Eads and barges leave somo
time tliis morning.
Tlie Ste. Genevieve was on time last
night for Memphis.
Will S. Hays is again a candidate for
mayor of Louisville.
There is but six feet reported at Casey
ville with river falling.
The Paris C. Brown will arrive this
morning for Now Orleans.
The Granite State for St. Louis was
loaded flat. She passed at three p. u.
Tlie John B. Maude added a large lot of
spokes and hubs for St. Louis yesterday.
The Jno. A. Scudder will be provided
with tlie electric light on her return to St.
Mrs. C. M. Howe and children will re
turn this trip on the Scudder, arriving here
the 10th of June.
The timbers of the new "City of Cairo"
have been s t up at JefTersnnvillc. She is
an Anchor liner.
The Golden Crown is putting in a new
battery of boilers at Cincinnati, which will
delay her one trip only.
The City of Providence discharged 350
bales cotton at No. 3 wharf-boat and put
out for St. Louis at threo p. m.
The Grand Tower, thoroughly repaired
and repainted, lett St. Louis last night for
icksburg in place of the Commonwealth.
Tho Memphis packet will lie retired next
week and for the present the Memphis
business will be done by tlio Vicksburg
boats, leaving hero Wednesdays, Fridays
The report comes that the Jim Lee has
been posting her "actual running time"
between Helena and Memphis at five hours
and eighteen minutes. As "actual running
time" won't count against tho Belle Mem
phis time from port to port, tho Leo better
try again. A. R. T. has tallon properly
As the Anchor line peoplo are building
two elegant steamers for the New Orleans
trade, it would bo exceedingly proper that
Cpt. Scudder should remember the claims
which our city has upon the line, and select
tho "City of Cairo" as tho namo of ono of
them. Ste Genevieve, Grand Tower, Mar
ble City, Memphis, Helena, Providence,
Greenville, Vicksbure and Baton Rougo
havo all been honored, and why not Cairo,
which contributed to the lino during tho
year more freight than all theso ptaccB al
together. By all menns give us a "City of
Cairo," and tho way our citizens will turn
out to welcomo tho new comer, will astonish
the natives. Capt. Shields, if ho expects
to bo permitted to remain in Cairo, roust
put his Bliouldcr to the wheel, and repre
sent tho matter to headquarters in such light
as will insuro success. Cairo is having a
"boom" just now, and tho steamboat inter
est must contribute.
In the wholo surrounding country, Mr.
Phillip Remlinger, an old subscriber to our
pnper, Is well kiwn. Ho informed us tho
other day that his wife who for two years
had suffered with rheumatism in tho shoul
der, during which time .ho was treated by
several physicians without success, had
been completely cured hy a singlo bottln of
St. Jacobs Oil.
In Hot Water.
Orplia M. Hodge, Battlo Creek, Mich.,
writes: "I upset a tea-kottlo of boillnjr
hot water on my hand. I at onca applied
Thomas1 Eclctric Oil', and the olTect was to
immediately ally tho pain. I was cured
in threo days." Paul O. Schuh, Agent.
Use the Pantagraph Binder. Coders furn
ished freo of charge. No extra chargo
over ordinary binding for tho tablets.
Furnished only by Tub Caiho Bullrtin
for putting up Letter, Noto, Bill Heads and
other printed stationery.
THE DAILY OAIRO BULLETIN:
Folon. A certain cure for felon
Is said to be to wind a cloth looser
ly about the finger, leaving the end freo.
Pour in common gunpowder till tho af
flictod part is entirely covered. Keep
the whole wet with strong spirit of
To Cure Wart?. Take a small piece
of potash, lay in the open air until it is
slacked, thou thicken to paste with gum
arable. Pare ofT tho wart, apply tho
paste, and wash off In ten minutes and
soak it in strong yinegar, and then lot
it alono and it will come off in a few
Catarrh.---A health publication says
one of the most prominent causes of
catarrh is the excessive use of salt and
heaters, such as swoots, fata, condi
ments and starch. This excess ot car
bonaceous food excites and Inflames
the mucous membranes of the throat,
nasal passages, bronchial tubos, etc It
is also caused by indigestion and con
stipation. Headaches and neuralgia
proceed from tho same causes.
Stcwod Colory. It is not evorybody
who likes raw celery, and somo cannot
eat it for want of some good teeth. It
is sometimes dressod as a salad, cut up
into what may bo called splints. We
all know how fine it is when it helps to
make a chjeken salad.. Still, there aw
many who prefer it stared. It is first
split and tied in littlo bunches, tho
same as asparagus, and boiled, then
dressed with pepper, salt, buttor, and
sorao uso a little onion. In fact it
should be prepared very much as oyster
plant is stewed and prepared. When
well done it is an excellent dish, and
when once accustomed to it generally
preferred to any other form.
Loaf Cake. A rich loaf cake is made
from this recipe. If baked in aa oven
where the heat is even you cannot fail
to have a very nice cako. Uso two
cups of sugar, one cup of butter, threo
cups and a half of flour (sifted, of
course), ono scant cup of sweet milk, a
heaping teaspoonful of baking powder
and five eggs; beat the yolks and whites
separately, mix the baking powder with
the flour, and after beating tho butter
and sugar together, add tho other in
gredients, putting the flour in last. For
the frosting save out the whites of two
eggs, beat stiff, add one-half cup of pul
verized sugar, six tablespoonfuls of
grated chocolate, two tcispoonfuls of
vanilla; when spread overthetopof tho
cake sot in tho oven for a few moments
to harden. Buy the chocolate which is
not sweetened. The frosting Is not to
bo put on until the cako is bakod and is
German Yeast Bread. When fresh
German or compressed yeast can bo ob
tained, a very nice light bread can be
made and baked in about three hours'
time. For two large loaves of bread
uso threo pounds of Hour, ono quart of
lukewarm water, ono tablesoonful of
salt, and two ounces of yeast; dissolve
tho yeast in the water; add to it enough
of the llourto make a batter thick enough
to hold the drops from the stirring spoon
when they are shaken from its surface,
and set this batter or spongo near the
stove to rise; it must bo placed where
tho hand can bo laid without burninp-.
.1 .. i ... . . . . . rv
nnu must oe covereu witn a roltlea towel.
When it is light and foaming mix in tho
rest of the flour and salt and knead it
for live minutes, using enough moro
flour to keep it from sticking to tho
hands or to the broad board upon which
it is kneaded: form it Into loaves, place
them in separate pans near tho stove,
and let them grow double in sizo; thon
prick them with a fork, and bake them
for an hour in n moderate oven, taking
care that they do not .burn.
Many books are undated, their age
being decidea by tho quaint conceits of
tho old printers. Gesner's JitWotheca
had numerous frogs and tadpoles im
printed on iU pages, tho printer's name,
meaning a frog, being latinized into
Cnristopherua Froshoverous. Varo's
Qunt hxtanU printed at Dort, is adorned
with wood-cuts of portly bears and their
clumsy cubs, to immortalize the printer
Joannis Bcarwont, So, too, a book is
suing from the press of Grychins of Ly
ons begins and ends with clligies of
portentous looking griflins. Tho device
of Michael and Phillip Lenoir is a jet
black shield, with an Ethiopian for crest
and negroes jor supporters. Apicarius
has a bear robbing a bees' nest in a hol
low tree. But most valuable of all, As
ceneius has an accurate representation
of the printing-press used at that peri
od, every nail and screw being faith
fully delineated, and a burly comoositor
sotting up tho type.
"Bond for Mother."
'Dear mo! It wasn't enough for me
to nurse and raise a family of my own,
but now when I am old and expoct to
take a little comfort hero, it is all the
time 'send for mother.' " And tho doar
old soul growls and grumbles, but
dresses herself as fast as she can not
withstanding. After vou havo trotted
her off, and got her safoly in your homo,
and she flics around administering lior
remedies and rebukes by turns, you
fool easier. It is right now, or soon will
bo -mother's comol
In sickness, no mattor who is there or
how many doctors quarrel over your
caso, everything goes wrong, somehow,
till you send for niothor.
In trouble tho first thing you think of
is send for mother.
But this has its ludicrous as woll as
its touching aspoct. Tho vordant
young cotiplo, to whom baby's extraor
dinary grimaces and alarming yawns,
which throaton tho dislocation of its
chin; its wonderful sleeps, which it ac
complishes with its eyes half opon, and
no perceptible flutter ot breath on its
lips causing tho young mother to imag
Ino it's dead this time, and to shriek
out, "send for mother!" in tonos of
anguish this young couplo in tho light
of the experience which threo or four
babies bring, find they havo boon ridic
ulous and given mother a good many
trots for nothing.
Did any ons ever send formothorand
ho fail to comoP 'Nover, unless liok
noss or tho infirmities of age prevented
her. As when, in your chidhocd, thoso
willing foot responded to your call, so
they still do, and will contlnuo to do as
they aro able. And when the summons
comes i which none yot disregarded,
though it will bo a happy day for hor,
It will bo a dark and sad ono for you,
whon God, too, will sond for your
: SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 09, l881-
ALL MEDICINES ADVERTISED ?mMmmttWQm K. O'HAIM
a, ''IMMMtlllMlttlll. IHMMMatttHKIilM!
Dead tw a Tout.
Mrs. W. J. Lang, Bethany, Ont., states
that for fifteen months she kwas troubled
with a discaso in tho ear, causing entire
deafness. In ten minutes alter using
Thomas' Eclcctric Oil shn fi Hind rnllof ami
in a short timo she was entirely cured and
llftf llnna!... a, .1 tt 1 f II I a
w uuauiig restored, j-aui v. nciiui),
We have just received somo copies ol
Sunday school library books, published by
David C. Cook, of Chicago tor 0 cents
each, which are a wonder for cheapness.
Schools may now havo a library of 100
copies tor five dollars. -Mr. Cook wiil send
full cataloguo tree.
A Friend in Need.
Time over and auain Thomas' Kf lectrif.
Oil has proved a salutary friend to the dis
tressed. As a reliable Ptirntivn fur rriinn
in children, sore throat and bronchial af-
iecuons, ana as a positive external remedy
for pain, it is a never-fnilino- nntiilntr.
Paul O. Schuh, agent.
FACTS THAT WE KNOW.
If you are sufferim? with a sevprp Cnmrb.
Cold. Asthma. Bronchitis. Oinsnmntinn.
loss of voice, tickling in the throat, or any
anection oi ttie throat or lungs, we know
pit. Kino's New Dihcoveky will give you
immediate relief. Wo know of hundreds
of cases it has completely cured, and that
where all otlicr medicines had failed. No
other remedy can show one-half as many
permanent cures. Xnw tn mvn vmi untia.
factory proof that Dn. Kino's New Diwxiv-
tiii win cure you oi AStuma, lironcintis,
Hav Fever, lonsumnfinn tnvnro rYiiKrlia
and Colds, Hoarsness, or any Throat t
wing oisease, h you will call at Ueo. K.
O'Hara'S drU? Storp.f'airn Ilia . vnn r-nn rn.f
r ' . ' J " b
a trial bottle free of cost, or a regular size
oottie lorf l .ou (2)
Found at Last.
What every one should have and never
bo without, is Thomas' Eclectric Oil. It is
thorough and safe in its effects, producing
the most wondrous cures of rheumatism,
neuralgia, burns, bruises, and wounds of
Women that have been oven un their
dearest friends as licvond helo. have been
permanently cured by tho use of Lydia E.
nuKnam's vegetable Compound. It is a
positive cure for all female complaints.
send to Airs. Lydia E. Pinkham, 233 West
era Ancntie, Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets.
AftEH all. a i'entle. nunrnfivp in flip hnr
means of curing headache, liver complaint,
uiuousness, ccc, lsc "sellers' .Liver 1'ills."
Nearly a Miracle.
E. Assenith Hill, Binghamton, N. Y
writes: "I suffered for several months
with a dull pain through left lung and
shoulders. I lost my spirits, appetite and
color, nnd could with difficulty keep up all
day. My mother procured some Burdock
Blood Bitters; 1 took them as directed, and
have felt no pain since first week after
using them, and am now quite well."
iTicc ejl.uu, trial size 10 cents.
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of tho ago for all Nerve Diseases,
All fits stopped tree. Send to 031 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
Evils to be Avoided.
Over-eating is in one sense as productive
ot evil as intemperance in drinking. Avoid
uoth. and keep tlie blood punned with Bur
dock Blood Bitters, and you will bo reward
ed with robust health and an invigorated
system. Price f 1.00, trial size 10 cents.
Mothers ! Mothers I ! 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 f It so, go at once and get a bottle of
Mrs. inslow s Nxitlung Syrup. It will
relievo the poor littlo sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistako
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 tho bowels,
and givo rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly sale to uso in all cases, and
pleasant to tho taste, and is tho prescrip
tion of one of tho oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in tho United StutcB.
Sold everywhere. 25 cents a bottle.
An Important Discovery
Has been mado whereby a successful veg
etable combination has been introduced,
which acts upon tho bowels, the liver and
tho kidneys, and at the same time imparts
strength and vitality to tho cntiro system.
Burdock Blood Bitters constitute this im
portant discovery. Price, $1.00, trial sizo
To all who aro suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness,
curly decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
send a recipe that will cure you, freo of
chargo. This great remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
a self-addressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph
T. Inman, Station D, New York City. ,
Bad blood always csubcs trouble It
mny bo a family fight or boils, pimples,
itch, tetter, &c; but no matter, "Dr. Lind
Sey's Blood Searcher" is tho euro all.
A good stock of paper, expressly for
IMtogroph use, for salo at Tun Bulletin
Mounted varnished, and paper maps of
Cairo for salo, at Tuk Bullbtin offlco.
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Eclectric gi Eclectric
Worth Its Weight in Gold.
IT WHEN ALL OTHER REMEDIES FAIL
IT WHEN ALL OTHER REMEDIES FAIL
Tt for POITGT-JSand Colds
IT FOR DIPHTHERIA AND CROUP
It NEVER FAILS to
Soltl by all Druggists.
Go to PAUL O. SCHUH, Druggist,
wyes. For brightness and durability
pounds, price 15 cents.
THOMAS' ECLECTRIC OIL
Used and annroved bv the leadine
Of EUROPE and AflLERJCA.
The most Valuable
CATARRH. HEMORRHOIDS Im al.
Couehs. Colds. Sore Throat CronD
AT-Try them. 25 and 60 cent lizei
GBAXD MEDAL AT TIIK FHILADEI.FHIA 1
MLYEB HEDAIi AT TH6 FAJKW EXPOHITION. C0LOATlatCO.,S.l.
V ADELINE SOLD BY BARCLAY BROTHERS
THREE TOOLS COMBINED FOR $5.00
" 1 . -V " .Hi ,m,.j,i M.urTT
Mfl ..aj: " ' : T.JaT-
CHENEY ANVIL & VISE CO.,
To Nervous Hull'erers-Tlie t.reat European Rt'ir
edv-Dr.J. B. Mnipsnn'sNpefltlc Medicine.
Dr. J.B. Slmpton'B Spaclflc Medicine IK a poti
live cure for Spermatorrhea, Impotuncy, Weuknee
and all diaeate reniiltirifr from 8elf-Ahut. a Ne.
vnut Debility, Irritability. Mentul Anxiety, languor,
Latitude, Depression ofSplrlt and fnnrtloiiiil de
rancemuiita of the Nervon Syttum generally l'uint
111 Back or Hide, Lout of Memory. Premature old
A);e ami uir-eate
that lead to Con
nun pi ion Innanl
ty and an early
crave, or both.
No matter how
tyttcm may he
from eicettrt of
any kind, a thort
COIirtO of thia mcdluine will reetore li.u lit rum-.
tlona and nroenre health and happlnvtt, where be
fore was detpuiiduncy ana nlooiu. The Spocltlc
Medicine is belue uted With wonderful euo
cert. Pamphlctt tent freo to all. Write for them and
cot full particulars
rrlce, Specific, Jl.no per packatrc or ix pack
iee lor $5.00. Will be tent by mail on receipt of
money. Address nil orders,
a . n. BlmrBON n MKnlClNK CO.,
Not. 104 and IU6 Main 8t.. Buffalo. N. T.
YOCUM & BRODERICK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
CAIRO - - ILLS
OHDINANCK NO. (HI.
An ordlnnnre empowering tlie Mnvor to revoke
nA..d... i h. t :i
He It orilulned bv the Cltv (!niinell nt tha eltv nt
Skition 1. The Mayor may, and he It hereby em
powered and authorlaed, to revoke tho lleense of
any person who mav be encaged In any hnsinest
whoso license require the giving of a bond to the
city, wheuever the Mayor slmll be of the opinion
that turh porton It keeping a gainlillug room or
Ilii.iiillOnf. .tiu .... n.l.lUi.. ... I... .1...... n.. ... ..1 .
UV.M....U.1 A.,.. ...1M... ...I.... .. Il...n.n .(..11 .
envnli.ifl liu .! m.tf... lllirld. aitlil ...nil... ...... ...t.
......Mvt. ij ,,aiia, iiiiijvi null M -,.lllll UIJU, Yl UU
hull .riii. alti.l, .iun..llnH .....Imk -
r.iia.i m.vi nu n i.'iM.n,i,fii 1,111, iiniiun lljerVOI, CUU
tltine to carry on busltiett under the license to re-
al...ll ..... . . . . ..
tukvu, nuiiii .uiiaii. aim yiny ior iiivj asu 01 tne city
tt tlini not less thlltl tun nil. .twirit 41,nn , n
' , , -" .iw .u..u nw UUH
MNtTioN 3. Whenever tho mayor thall rovoko
any llccnc under and by virtue of tald tectlon one,
he shall report tut.h revocation to the city council
at Ita next regular meeting thttreafier. and If the
....... lu. 1 11 j n vivu-iuirun tuiw oi an ii nieniiior au-
thorlr.ed by law to be elected, by yea and nay to ho
rovocal, such llconoo Mi all thereby Iwcomo n-ntored
tluTciinurcarrit-aon iuuUrich Hcmi-o.durlnff tlie
time the nme nlmll oontlnuo In lbrco.
Approvea May a, a. p., w .
K II Til fUM'f Vtl'iiili
Attisti-U. 3 . FOLEY, City Clerk.
Ma a a) a) a)
PRICE r,0 cents anil $1.00.
Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Frcemans' New National
of color are unequalled. Color from 2 to 5
sold by BARCLAY BROTHERS
Article from Dura
VaieUne urh at
Vaseline Cold Cream,
V ate line Camnhor 1ml
Vaseline Toilet Boapi,
an aapener la aa; alauiar aaea
and Dinhtheria. ate
An aMable form of tak
ing Vaseline intenuuly.
oi fiVimmm a saw
of all oar goods.
An Anvil with fare 3m8 lucbut, ctull-nardrnrd and
pulitlied; a parallel Vita with 4-lnrh it eel faced Juw tlml
open 7 iuchut : and an Adjuttthle Vnothat will bold ar
ticle" whomi eldet are not parallel, a thown In rut. it In
(hu farmer and Hoime-bolder'a Krlund. ruriilthlnv rnn.
vunlunctti fordoing lot of odd lube that cott time. i.,l
mouey to lilro tlone. Hold hv all luailinir wlmleaale
Iiimtot, and hy retailor of Hardwuru or A(rlrnltural Im
plrmeiifH, hnt ir yainr dealer haa not yet ift them In
ttoclt, w h i II aeud ouo frelubl paid oil receipt of price.
At Phil Howard' old ttand,
rpUE BEST OF FRESH MEAT OF AIL KINDS
A alwaytonhaudinlartfe quantities, and tup
Pi ied to lU-anihoau at all hour. John (.lade, well
knwn to river men, will be found aboard all boat
to take order for meat.
pOLUMBUS, HICKMAN, NEW MAD-
HID AND TIITON VILLE.
M. J. TUKJfEB, Master.
J. K. MUSE, Clerk.
Leavet Cairo even Tuesday and Friday for tho
above point. Kur frelghl or passtce apply to
Ofllce, cor. blxta and Ohio Levee.
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE Vgyn STATES.
On and after Monday, Jane Tth, and until lurtuer
notice the ferryboat will make trip a follow:
LIAVI LIATI LliVI
Fot Fourth tt, Mltsouri Land'g, Kentucky Ld'g.
8:00 a.m. 8:80 a.m. 9 a. mi '
10:00a. m. 10:80a.m. 11a.m.
a:O0p.m. S.aop.m. 8 p.m.
4:oo p.m. 4:80 p.m. SiOOp.m.
Jp.m. 1:30 p.m. 8 p. m
jOTICE TO CONTKACTOHS.
Orrifli opCtivClxiik, Cairo, tt.t.,May Siilh, ixni
Healed tiniposal will lie received at tbl olllen
directed to the City t'01 II of I ho city of Cairo, '
until time of meeting of the rlty council, Tuesday
eveuiug, uuiio iu, ior nirnisuiug me material aim
doing the work, or doing tho work necessary for
theconstnirtloo and reconstruction ot the follow
ing sidewalks, vie: To he constructed of wood
on Iho eteterly tide of Vommerulal tbn from
Fourth to tecond street. To be reconstructed of
umi.mI the alili.wsllr nnu. alinlftlm. t.t n . H ,.i...l
"..wm . ... n ...... w....,.p. .1.. ,1.,. IU llllla
151, on Sixth street lu tho ollv of Cairo: a provld-
..J ! a. 1 1 A Xt Mi k aa. it a ..-ia a . a" T
7 i si apra win, lSrii,
which I now on file In this ofllce aud cnbloct to
ejanilnatlon at any tlrno. Tb right to tflect any
and all bid It returved by tb city.
1). J. J'MLKT.Cltjf CltJik,