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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY" MOltMNG, AUGUST 6. 187s.
CUKE BY ABSOEPTM---THE HOIMM LIVEE AND AGUE PAD
AXD ITS AUXILf ARIES:
Our Medicated Plasters and Medicated Foot Baths, Absorption Salt
MIESE REMEDIES WILL DO FOR YOU WHAT NOTHING ELSE
than ii Quarter of .Million
50 cents; Foot Wasters. 50 cents per pair; Absorption Salt Foot Paths, 25 cents a package, six packages 81.25. The following are swine .of the many diseases the Liver Pad Company
Remedies will cure: Fever and Ague; Bilious Disorders; Irregular action of the heart; Liver Complaint; Jaundice; Neuralgia; Intermittent Fever; Rheumatism; Periodical Head
aches; all kind of Female Weaknesses; Dyspepsia; Ague Cake; Chills; Fever; Sick Headache; Lumbago; Sciatica; Dumb Ague; Bilious Fever; Pain in side. Back, Stomach, Shoul
ders and Muscles; Diarrhoea; Catarrh; Kidney Troubles; Lassitude; Billions Colic.
All these have their origin, directly or indirectly, in the Stomach and Liver. If you doubt it, send for Dr. Fairchild's Lecture. Pads and Plasters sent by mail-on receipt of
price free of charge. Salt is sent by express at the expense of the purchaser.
HOLMAN PAD COMPANY, St. Charles Hotel, Cairo, 111.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS-PHYSICl W
R. SMITH, M. D.
Otflt-A lid RrsiilPllfC
-NO. 41 THIRTEENTH .fTREET, CAIRO. ILL'
W. DUNNING, M. U.
Olnoe and R-slilfnee :
OFFICE N. W. cor. Sixth ft., near Ohio Lovw.
RESIDENCE Corner Walnut and Ninth trwt.
TQK. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Orni'E No. VV, OommiTcial Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Street.
11. AS. C. JlX'ELYN,
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Q I1. WHEELER,
A 1 1 o ri iey-a t- La v.
OFFICE Ohio Levee. Iiet. Fourth aud Sixth ft.
J INEGAR ii LANSDEN,
A 1 1 o rriey r-a t -1 -.a w.
OFFICE No. 113 Commercial Avenue.
j"W'e are mitUiirizeil to aminuuci' Jnlili HoiL'ef
h a candidate for Slieriffof Aleiunder county ut the
J'tlfUll)'.' November election.
iifVi'v are authorized to announce II. C. 1.0 F
1.1 N a a candidate for Sheriff of Alexander county,
mhject to the deci.iun of the people at the electlun
iu November next.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Only Moi-niiiy Daily in Southern Illinois.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY AVI) COUNTY.
KKMF.MUKu THE Al'CTIOXSALK OF
HARNESS AND 3ifI.ES AT POWERS'
LIVEIiY STAISLE, WEDNESDAY, AU
Cl'ST 7TH, AT TEX O'CLOCK A. M.
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NW 7 Fair
SW 1 Fair
Mjiininm Tln-rm'imeter. fit; Miiiluium Ther
nioiueter, T ; Rainfall, ..VI Inch.
tt II. HAY.
Ser't Sl.'iml Service, U. . A.
All of Cuiro will lie out on tliu Eekert
uursinn to-n'ylit if we im; not inist.iken
iu the symptoms.
The W.C.T.l". will liol.l their weekly
.tiR'ctiiiL,' this tifteriioon (Tuesihty) ut 4
o'clock, in the Reform Hall. Mrs. Uoss
wilk'oipUu t the devotional exereise.
A haffi.k for it wax llower lmsket will
fake place nt the Nilooa of Mr. AmtimluD
.Taeekel this evening, ut 7 :IiO o'clock. All
he chanees are taken ntnl the ritllle will
eoimiieiice ht the hourstateil.
U.UtTI.KTT 1'K.MtS. Tliosu wisliinir to lilty
Rartlett Rears of the I'mot flavor and size,
ciin (.'et tliem fresh IVoin the trees, in any
quantity, l.y applying to Peter Saup at his
Million on Ohio Levee,
WlSTKIiV PtloTiM.KAl'IIKJ d.U.UIKY. -
Strnn:.Ts in the city, or tlmse inteiidiii" to
visit Cuiro, are invited to visit Winter's
photographic pathrs, on Sixth street, lie
tween Commercial ami Washington Hvo
lines, and examine specimens of his work on
i xhiliition there.
The city council will meet this even,
Mr. (). A. H.irker, of Vienna, is in the
Jaines M. Gregg, States-Attorney of
Sulino county, is in tho city.
Miss Sarah Black, of thhtcity, and Mrs.
Piivu Muck, of Charleston, left hereon Sun
day night for Omulm.
Mr. and Mrt.Eilholm left Cairo hy the
.steamer James FUk for Paducah liwt even
of intelligent living witnesses
ing. They will iniikc their home in that
We welcome Col. Lowcry to the fourth
state. He has donned the editorial harness
and it now associate editor of the liallard
News, with headquarters at Cairo.
Bill Scott was taken before Judge
Rird yesterday, c harged with having vio
lated the city ordinances ly selling heer in
the park on Saturday. He was fined ten
dollars anil costs, which lie paid and was
At a special meeting of the ,.lnrl of
health heM recently that lxly determined
through Josh Allen, our next inemlier of
congress, to make an effort to have the gov
ernment establish a hospital here for the
benefit of marines.
Judge Allen will speak at the Court
house next Saturday night. Arrangements
are being made by which jienple from a dis
tance will have an opportunity to attend and
hear our next congressman discuss the real
questions of the day.
(ua Rntledge. one of the negroes who
was killed in thealfray at the Caledonia bar
bucue on Saturday last, was a resident of
Mound City. Will. Freman, the other vic
tim, lived near Caledonia. The alfair or
iginated in whisky and women.
The orch of the residence of Mrs.
Welltnan, on Fifth street, between Com
mercial mid Washington avenues, fell last
night, shortly aftet ihisk, and precipitated
her to the ground, breaking her leg. It is
hoped the accident will not prove of a
Willie Wright, who went to Chicago to
attend a convention of the amateur editors
of the United States, was overcame by the
heat in the Treuiont house on last Friday.
He was kindly eaied for by the ladies in the
house and brought out all right after a few
hours, lie arrived home on Sunday.
Belle Brown, n colored woman, was ar
ranged before Judge Bird yesterday, on
complaint of Mayor Winter. His Honor
found Belle loitering around the saloons
on Commercial avenue Saturday night, and
advised her to go home, whereupon Belle
became very indignant, and suggested that
His Honor had better "go to 1 dazes." This
grated very harshly on the mayor's eats,
and Judge Bird fined Belle and costs.
On Sunday morning we stated that
in a match race at Metropolis, last week,
the Kynaston horse of this city beat the
fastest horse that could be picked out of
Tom Logan's Murphysboro stable. Our in
formant exaggerated. The Kynaston horse
was beaten bythe Loan horse on one day,
and in a match race the succeeding day
beat the Ijogan horse. The latter was not
the fastest nag in Mr. Logan's stable, and
the Cairo boys do not wish to be placed in
an attitude of "crowing"' over their victory,
as tho item in our Sunday's issue would
Tho following is a list of letters re
maining uncalled for at the post-otliee at
Cairo on Saturday evening, August U.
Anderson Biddie; Armstrong Mrs. Jo;
Clay Maggie; Davis Bell; llodl'rey Miss J.
R; Harris Jennie; Hunter IMtie; Hall Mo
lie; Hendricks Jennie; Perkins Maria;
Williams Frankie; Williams Mollie; AH ri
J. P; Brewjero S. A; Baker L. W; Cage ('.
II; Dichshield Geo. J; (Salle Hugh; Hart
C;IIoin Henry; Rood Win; Line K. A;
Marshall E. M; Marshall J. W; O'Leary
Thus; Smith Edmund. Spinks Louis; Tay-
lor r.. ; narreu.iv v o; myior niie;
Williams Rob't. Zevely E. S.
The twilight concern says the Repub
licans are running their own canvass. The
information is supetllii his. The canvass
has all tint earmarks of Republican manip
ulation. They can not accomplish any
thing by a fair discussion of the
issues of the times, and they hope to succeed
by flooding the district with greenbacks,
putting them where they will do the most
good bracing up the weak-kneed of their
faith who threaten to jump into the inviting
pustures of "plenty of money and nothing to
tin to get it."1 But money will not win in
this canvass. The people of the Eighteenth
district desire to lie represented in the next
congr.ity by brains ami this leaves the lxy
hero out of tho count.
MrJoha Hodges this morning announces
bear testimony to their efficacy. ITJCES: Tad, 82; Specials,
himself through the columns of TitK Bi i.
i.ktix as a candidate for the office of sheriff
of this county. Of Mr. Hodges, personally,
it is needless for us to speuk. No man iu
the county has a larger personal acquaint
ance, or more devoted friends. His know
ledge of the duties of the position is thor
ough, and has been acquired by long ex
perience and hard work, and in the discharge
of the office branch of the shrievalty he has
been uniformly civil and obligings
never failing to give satisfaction to the hun
dreds whose business bring them in con
tact with him; while as the executive
officer of tin.' laws we can safely look to
him for discretion and firmness. Mr.
Hodges is in every way worthy to till the
office to which he aspires.
The Joneslioro Gazette in alluding to
our comments uMn the remarks of its Anna
corresMinilent nliout Dr. Wardner. Uses the
following gracious language: 'We were
not aware that Dr. Wardner had this expe
rience in the government hospital. We are
also assured by the doctor's friends in Cairo,
and in Anna and Joneslioro, that he is a
good financier, and possesses all the ele
ments to make a first-class superintendent
of the hospital for insane, in this place.
We have no doubt that, should the trustees
appoint Dr. Wardner they would do the
right thing, and that the institution would
be conducted in a superior manner under
his management, together with the assist
ance of his estimable wife, who is a lady of
superior ability and sterling worth, and who
has always taken a great interest in charita
ble institution "1' tbe W.iiU.'.
In Sunday morning's issue of The Bci.
I.ktix in our statement in regard to the
Gulden Crown, we doubted the truth of the
report that there was any yellow fever on
board tht.' boat. We were led to this be
lief by the assurance of a trustworthy gen
tleman w ho hal been thoroughly convinc ed,
by Captain Walker, master of the Golden
Crown, that there was no yellow fever on
on his bout. We had the same authority
for saying that the Captain had said that
the health officer tit Memphis pronounced
the boat clear of the disease. It is now
evident that Capt. Walker imposed upon
the credulity of our informant, and that
yellow fever was on board his boat.
There could have la-en no intention
to cast any reflection upon Dr. Dunning in
the discharge of his onerous and vexatious
duties, as our reporter got no information
from him, and did not know what the doc
tor's opinion of the Golden Crown was, or
what course he subsequently pursued to
ward the boat. The opinion of the doctor
that the yellow fever was on the Golden
Crown, is confirmed by the following dis
patch from Dr. Erskine of Memphis:
"Memphis, Tenn, Aug. 5 1877. ToTDr.
C. W. Dunning: Golden Crown had three
cases of yellow fever aboard when she passed
quarantine at Memphis. J. II. Erskine
Capt. S.I.Davis, the National Green
back candidate, .was the attraction at the
court-house last night. The house was
I well tilled, and listened attentively to the
speeches made by Mr. Ingram and (.'apt
Davis. Mr. Ingram opened by making
some personal charges against Judge Allen,
and then gave away to Capt. Davis who
nile an elaborate speech on the linancial
issue. The portion of tin; audience in ac-
cord with the greenback idea seemed plea--!
ell with his remarks; but, in our opinion,
i he fell lar short of Mr. Stelle in ability as
a reasotier, and, probably without knowl-
edge of the fart, made some very palpable
i misstatements. For instance, he said Seiiu
I tor David Davis, of Illinois, had made
j an investigation of the treasury of
tin; Linteii Mates ami lotinu a dis
crepancy in its accounts of over
two millions of dollars. For this reason
he took much merit for his own party.
"Why was not this found out before;''
he inquired, and his inference was that tin.
old parties would not discover such ili
honesties. The fact is, Senator David Davis
made no such investigation; but Senator
Davis, of West Virginia, a Democrat, did,
and he did it after making repeated at
tempts during five long years to get at the
looks. This is a fair specimen of the
ignorance displayed by Mr. Davis in his
speech. We acquit him of an intention to
OX EARTH CAN. IX THE NAME OF HUMANITY TRY THE JI. MORE
be unfair. He is simply ignorant of
generally-known political facts.
Tickets on the Eckert moonlight excursion
to-night cost $ 1.00 for gentlemen alone or
iil.50 for gentlemen accompanied by as many
ladies as ho can take care of. There is
no good reason w hy any one should be left
at home. The names on the committee, C.
W. Henderson, Jis. A. Phillis uml Capt.
James Dugan, are a guarantee of a good
Axscai. Mkktixo. The Widow's and
Orphan's Mutual Aid Society of Cairo will
meet on Tuesday. 0th inst., at 2 o'clock p.m.,
at Turner Hall, for the purjiose of electing
managers for the ensuing year, and to trans
act such other business as may be present
ed. Each member is entitled to a vote.
A full attendance is desired. The public
are respectfully invited to attend the meet
ing. N. B. Tiiisti.kw(m)I), President.
TiiiiMas I.kwis. Secretary.
August 4, lT.
Wkdxk.sdav moksi.no, 10 o'clock, Al'Ot t
7. l-CN. Rot SKItnl.I) Ft HMTCIIK AT
111 CoMMKKCIAI. A VKXl'K. S.VI.E I'lol
T1VK. TtllMs til.
Consisting of Bedsteads, Beds and I) ' 1
ding, Glass and Qiieriiswarc, Writing Di sks.
Bureaus, lee chests. Kitchen Safes, Parlor
and Kitchen Chairs, Dinning Table, Ward
robes, Safes, What Xots, Center Tables.
Carpets, Oil Cloths. Looking glasses, Chx ks,
ISird Cages, Monjuito Bars, Garden I'ten
sils, Books, 1 Sewing Machine, etc. Also
2 splendid Cook soves and L"teiiils in
perfect order and 1 Laundry st ve A. 1.
Tom. Wintkii, Auctioneer.
A srKCi.u, train, on the St. Louis. Iron
Mountain and Southern railway, will leave
Cairo Wednesday morning at fur the
accommodation of those wishing to attend
the barbecue at Charleston. Mo., on that
day. Returning will leave Charleston at 0
p. m., arriving at Cairo at 7 A.
J. C. ZlMMKIt, Agent.
DEATH-DRIVING YELLOW FEVER.
ITS UAVAOKS INCItKAsixo, WIlff.K THE Clluf.
KKA SKASOX IS AITIIO.U IIIXO lloW Til
STAT T1IKSK ( OVTAOIOl S OIsKAsKS.
Mis-ourl Ieiti!illiun, Alii. 1
While fright is the most nutritious food
upon which pestilence thrives, it is never
theless important to consider the danger
which now threatens us from yellow fi ver.
Reports from Southern cities indicate a
rapid increase and spread of this dreadfully
fatal scourge, and well defined case., of tin
disease is not only appearing, but multi
plying in places not more than two hundred
miles from St. Louis, For hundreds of
years scientists have been searching for a
remedy for yellow fi ver, but not until very
recently has there been a preventive dis
covered, w hile a cure is not yet known. A
preventive, however, is always better than a
cure, and for the success thus attained the
blessing of mankind is due.
No danger need now be apprehended, for
the disease cannot possibly attack those who
will take the precaution to provide them
selves with a Holnian Pad and wear it prop
erly and uninterruptedly. The power of the
Pad to cure.iuaiiy of the most malignant
diseases has now passed beyond question,
and its virtues in keeping the system in a
healthful condition, thereby exempting tin;
wearer from attacks of yellow li ver, are be
coming well known, and on shipboard, at
least, thoroughly appreciated.
Til K company have sent to Cairo one of
their most trusted medical experts mid have
established his consultation parlors nt the
St. Charles until an office in a more central
location can be fitted up, All consultations
are free, and patients run be treated with
safety and correctness by letter. Those who
are not able or do not find it convenient to
call at the hotel, will, on application, ut their
homes, receive consultation, free of charge.
Address, Dolman Pad Co., St. Charles Ho
tel, Cairo, III.
REMEDY FOR HARD TIMES
Slop spending so much on tine clollu-s,
''Inch looil ami style, liny good, healthy
Jood, cheaper and better clothing; get more
real and sulwtantial things of lil'e every way,
and especially slop tin; foolish habit of run
ning after exjicnsive and quikck doctors or
using so much of the vile humbug medicine
that docs you only harm, and makes the pro.
prietors rich, but,put your trust in the great
est ot all simple, pure remedies, Hop Hitters,
that cures always at a trifling cost, and you
will see better times and good health, Try
it once. Read of it in another column.
$3, Specials are used in complicated cases. Body Plasters
J I AT
11ULLA l JJitjl
Chloride of Lime;
rnilE P ALACK HOTEL OF CHICAGO.
1'JiICES KEDUCED TO $3 PEIt DAY.
Atioro Parlor Floor, cxreitltm Front Itootin and I!ootn with Hutu.
KOOMS WITHOUT DOAim 81 TO 812 PER DAY.
AN ELEGANT RESTAURANT CONNECTED WITH THIS HOUSE
17 17f 1W
at Low Prices.