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Capcine Porous Plaster!
. on the onuuary nor-
The manufacturer received the highest aud only
awurd gtvea to Poroue Plasters nt thu Vnt-n tilal.
We warrant Benson' Cuprluo Plaster lo be aiipo
rlur to all other l'orom Plaster aud to all lluimeut.
ASK THOSE WHO KNOW
Ak any physician If Betion'i Caprine Porou
Plastvr In not the beat planter in thu world. Thl
remarkable article wa Invented to overcome, thu
great objection ahvay found to the ordinary porou
plaster of alow actlou lu bringing roller.
LAME 13 A OK.
For hme and weak bark, rhenmutism, trouble of
:b; opine and kidney, It la a truly wonderful renic
ly. I'tiVHU IaUH everywhere recognize It great su
periority to other porou plaster and to all liui
menta, ' It relieves pain at once aud cure quicker
tbau auy known planter, linlmuut orconipouud.
i A TTrPT"iV THERE arc danierou and
VJiYU 1 1A1 worthless Imltatiou of
Beiiun' Canclne Plaster In the market. The gen
uiue have lac word Capelno'' cut through each
planter. Sol J by all druggist. Price 1 cents.
(JAIRO CIT FERRY CO.
THREE lsfi2l STATES.
riATia LEAVE LEAVE
Foot Fourth at Missouri Laud'g. Kentucky Ldg.
S a. ni. 8:30 a. m. 9 a. m.
10 a. m. 10:' a. m. 11 am.
p.m. 2::i p.m. : p. m.
4 cm 4:'W cm. 5 p.m.
Tbtt Fleet and Ek-jraut eteamrr
3cClTY OF VlCK.SIJUKoSE
ROBERT K. RILEY Master
CHKIS SHARl Clerk
Leaves the Anchor Line Wharf boat on arrival !
8turtlty, Jitiiuttry lnth, l'-tTiJ.
-p)Il NEW ORLEANS.
The Fine steamer
i GOLD DUST
JOHN T. McCORI) Master
HENRY DIETRICH Clerk
Leaves Anchor Line WharMoat on arrival of
Hatuniny .Tanuttry ltli, l7f.
Jmiiient Dr. H. I!. Walton.
OF AXXAI-OLIS, Mil.
K: ' Coldi'U'a l.lXRIo'a Llitlli Kxti-.ait or
Bum-1 a most excellent preparation. It i par ex
cellence. Superior to coil Iver oil or anything I ever
ned in wasted or Impaired coo.tltiitlutis. and ex-tr-iiiely
hf-nefli-lsl a a preventative of malarial d'
cjca. ' Van Scha.uk A Meveuxiiu, Agents, Chicago.
", A DAY to Agent canvassing for the Kihekidi
Visitor Term and outfit free. Address, P
' O. V1CKEKY, Augusta, Maine.
.)" chronio ,-ard. Ac,. Cupid". Mottoes. Flower.
No two alike, with uanie. It. Naaaati Card Ca.
N .111. N V .
)i Mixed card", Chrnmo. Snowflake, Ac. N two
' ''''alike, with name, loc. J. Miuklcr A Co.,
Nuau, N Y.
MIXED ( ARDS.wlth name. 10 ccnta. Aacut'e
outlll 10ctn. L. Jone it Co , Naatau. N. Y.
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die pluvlu their fuvora.
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aianiiM-ripl will not be returned.
Letter and cointiinult ationa ahould be addnaod
"Calm Hulletln, Cairo, llllinola."
Jamea W, (intT Tenneaaee Itlver
Gold Uuat New Orliaua
Business is dull.
The weuthcr has been clear ami warm.
The river continues to rise at a rapid rate.
The steamer Nashville left Cincinnati
last eveuiu for this port.
The Guiding Star will leave Cincinnati
day alter tomorrow for New Orleans.
The Gold Dust got away for New Or
leans alwut 11 o'clock Friday night. She
had a big cargo.
The Vicksburg will not leave until after
the ice is all out of the river. She was ad
vertised to go last night.
A dispatch from Grand Tower yesterday
says: ''No ice here. Top surface frozen
over again. Mercury 18 degree."
The Charles Morgan and the new steamer
Lucy E. Gastrell, for New Orleans, and
Vint Shinkle for Memphis, left Cincinnati
Captain Robert V. Viie arrived by the
Vincennes train on Friday night, and de
parted with tuc Gaff fur the Tennessee river
about one o'clock yesterday evening.
The breuking of the gorge at Shawnee
town has knocked the daylight out of the
calculations of stoamboatmen hereabout.,
und wlu n the old thing will In-gin to work
agiiu regularly time only will tell.
l'ADl'CAtlt 12:05 P. M.
Ice passing now in large fields. V.'ry
heavy. Fowi.hu Duos.
No aoonT had this bit of news been di
gested by river men, than a general "gittin
up and gittin" took place. The Belle Mem
phis, Belle St. Louis, City of Vicksburg
and James Howard all raised steam and
made a grand rush for the Mississippi, the
Howard taking with her the Cairo aud
Vincennes wharf-boat, the Vicksburg the
smaller of the Ilalliday &, Phillips boats,
and the Alice Brown the big one. At five
o'clock last evening not a steamboat, or
or anything that resembled one, could be
seen on the Ohio, while the Mississippi on
Iwtli shores was lined with crafts of every
Ladies,' misses' and childrens' shoes.
Every pair warranted not to rip, at Stuart's.
Fuee oYSTtit i.vnc u every night at half
past eight o'clock, is spread by Harry
Keep out the cold ami wet by using rub
ber weather strips on your doors ami win
dows. Blake will do the work for you.
Buancii Office of Williams' Steam Dye
Works, of Evansville, at Mrs. James' No.
47 Eighth street, Cairo, Ills.
Blank lxioks in stock or made to order
by Ambrose Pyatt. Paper Boxes mainline
tured to order. Call at the Bulletin Build
ing, or address him through the postofficc.
Tub Bulletin building dining room
is now open for the accommodation of day
boarders. Application for board can be
made at Tin-: Bulletin office. Terms,
3.50 per week. J. IIinson.
Wanted A pleasant place to board, by
two young gentlemen, (brothers). Address
"January," care Bflletin, stating location
Caiuo and St. Louis H. R. Round trip
tickets to Cairo will bo sold on the 23rd
inst. at one-half tariff rates to persons hold
ing tickets for the, testimonial benefit to
Evelyn Spyer, to occur nt Cairo on the 23rd
J. A. Tf Afoi.K, Agt.
All the finest brands of cigars and to
bacco, line cut and plug, meerschaum and
other pipes, cigar holders, etc., etc., a large
and vailed stock, for unle at wholesale and
retail, at F. Korsmyers, Sixth street near
Coal! Coal.-F. M, Ward has on hand
(he best quiility of coal for saly m tho mar
ket price. Very low. IIo will soon Imvo
. large stock of wood of all kinds. He s
wcli I:., n to evvy body mid wu trust
ho will rcceiui uU full "baro uf jm.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;
cOSTINl-p FUOM FOU11TH I'AOE.J
circumstances may be, there is the same
difficulty to be cnuountered so far aa secur
ing efficient service is concerned. One rem
edy, I believe, for this serious inconven
ience and trouble to us housekeepers would
lie to unite in absolutely refusing to tuko
into our service any woman who docs not
bring a sufficient and satisfactory recom
mendation as to her capabilities to till which
ever situation she proposes to fill under our
roof. This desirable end might easily
bo consummated by a general un
derstanding among the ladies. And
tho general understanding might
easily be brought about by uny en
ergetic woman who has her own intercats
as well as '.he interests of all her friends
and neighbors at heart, by simply bringing
up this subject before any one fir all of the
societies that arc run by the ladies: the L.
C. L. A. the W. C. U. T. A. the different
church and charitable societies any and
every olaco where women do congregate,
this question of servant-girl hiring would
be of interest and of vital importance to
them all, and one that few would not have
suffered from in some form or other.
This is one of the questions that rest
with the ladies, themselves j the one prob
lem in domestic life that they alone have
the power to solve, because they, only, can
freely understand the great need there is
for reform right here.
Let us discuss this matter, ladies, one
with another, at home, with our neighliors,
in our societies, and every place where two
or three of us are together. Let us talk it
over--not as we now do, laying in our
grievances and complaints; but with
a view to finding a way out
of this difliculty. It would
be folly for one or two or a hilf dozen to
undertake to refuse all Help that came
without recommendations from their last
place, so long as the main body of the
housekeepers stuck to the present slip-shod
manner of taking in anything that happens
to come along, reckless of the consequences
to them, themselves, and families. There
must be a general agreement, to arrive at
the desired end, among tho ladies, them
selves. Tho best method to accomplish
this may not be the one I have proposed.
There may bo a better, and my object in
placing this before my follow sufferers is,
simply, with the hpe that if it do no more,
it may, at least, provoke discussion. "Agi
tation" is, I believe, always conceded to be
one of the first elements requisite to a gen
eral purifying process. We may anticipate
some new or unexpected trouble at first,
but there will be this blessed certainty to
us all, and that is "the trials we know not
of in this case, can never ex
ceed those with which we are
all too well acquainted, al
ready. And, add to this the almost cer
tainty of a permanent and lasting benefit to
mistress and maid, it seems to mo well
worth the time and attention of all of our
best, brightest and moat industrious women.
Give us, ladies, the benefit of your thoughts,
at your earliest convenience.
Notice After this date all goods knight
in the city and hauled to the store by drays
will be required to bring a dray ticket, or
obtain one sighed at the office for such de
livery, (where no invoice is brought with
same) or such delivery will not k recog
nized. We do this to avoid all errors and
trouble, for all concerned.
C. 0. Patieu & Co.
Important to those wishing to save mon
ey in purchasing their winter boots and
shoes. We have on hand and are still re
ceiving, a complete assortment of men'B
boots and shoes, all styles and sizes, of the
best St. Louis and Cincinnati hand-made
goods, which we sell lower than ever be
fore, and lower than like goods can be ob
tained anywhere in the city. We also
have a good liuc of ladies shoes of the best
manufacture, from a lino kid sewed, to a
course grain pegged shoe, all sizes, sold
very close. C. Koch,
No. 90 Commercial avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth street.
Jok Ronkkeii, having taken the rooms
at the corner of Fourteenth and Washing
ton avenue, lately occupied by Pettis &
Bird, has opened a saloon which will be
found first-class in every appointment, To
his old friends and tho public generally,
ho extends a cordial invitation to call. His
bar is supplied with only the choicest of
wines, liquors and cordials, and his rooms
are attractive and pleasant.
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youti, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will cure you, FREE
OF CHARGE. This great' remedy was
discovered by a missionary in America.
Send a half-addressed envelope to the Rev,
Joseph T. Inman, Station I). Bible llouso,
Ciikw Jacksou's best Sweet Navy To
0T1CE OF SALE.
In pnraiinnoc of in order of tho Alexander circuit
court, rendered at the January term thereof, 1711,
In the caae of Wahid OalTlieT va. Nellie (inll'ner,
Timothy UHlfnoy, William Uafrmy and Mury (inir
uey, petition for partition. I will niter lor aulu on
Naturtlay, February lflth. lstll.it 11 o'clock a. m,.nt
thu front door of Ilia court hmiae In Cnlrti, llllnola,
tho following lot of ground, to-wlt! Lot No. a, h
block No. 4H, In Ilia Drat addition to thn lit" or
TnHHa-Oiif half cnali, balnnro payable In one
year, with It) per cent. Internal per nuiiiim, aectired
by iiei'Honal aecurlty and U'ltal deed.
dt'lIN A. IIKKVV
etpeclnl Miite '
.Immiim) 1", Ku,
SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 19, ' 1879.
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TTORPE SHOEING a peclalty. Repairing of nil
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Stomach and Inleitlne.
rrillS .lastly eelcbrari'd DtKTimr; Pmtr-AiuTinM Is,
X in composition, principally the Um'tk derived
(Voiti the V hits Vinth Flint Wiihat Ckiikai., a
solid extract, tho Invention of an eminent C'hnuilst,
It hii not only been highly recommended, hut cer
tified lo by h largo number of Chemist and Phval.
I'liiiis-representlng a very blgh degree of medical
clem-as the Safest. Mut Acceptable n, i,.t.
bio Food fortheUrowth and Proteottou of Inlwiis
and Children, mid for Mother lacking Huftlclenl
Nourishment for their olTaprlng.
Uullke thoau preparalloiis mailo from animal or
vinous mutter, which are llahlo to stimulate the
brain and Irrlluto the digestive urgnna, It embraces
In ll elenieiitarr cniiipoaltlon
That which nnikea strong Bone and Mitaeln. That
which niiike good Flesh and Blood. That which I
easy of Dlgi-stlon-.ncver constipating, Thai which I
kind anil fi leudly to the Brain, aud that which actsa
a preventive of tuoao Intestinal Disorder Incldiii
till to Childhood.
And. while It would lie dinicnlt lo conceive of any
thing In Food or Desert more creiiiny and dellclou',
or more nourishing and strengthening a nn ail
ment In Fever-, Puiinouiiry Complaints, Dyspepsia
and OeiuTNl Dehllllv, Ms RaiiM MkiiU'INai. Exrkle
i.itu'N In ll 1tbtoul DisKi, especially la
Pysontcrv, Chronic Marrlirra and Cinders Iufkn
Hiia been lucnntestably Proven.
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CELEBRATED THK wnrin nvwn
The roanufacturera were awarded tho hlrlu.t
the Centennla and Pari Exposition.
FAR HUPEIUOK TO
Common poroua plator, liuimenU. tho ao
callod electrical appllancea. eU-. It la the Wt
known remedy lor Lame and Weak Back, W
mutism. Female Weaknes. riclatlca. Lumbago
i.. ,hlch Jff".Pl'tera are uacd. Ask your
riKIl,'t.Kro.r Hne Porous puter.
and see that you get nothfn else. Sold bV n
druggist. Price SS cent. coin by all
Mailed on receipt of prico, bv fienlnir
Johnson, SI Plutt .trcct, NVv York T
The Most Agreeable Tonic ami
EVER OFFERED THE PUBLIC.
IT WIT J, i Bl'PY Y0l'R A',R-
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BODVEM' VIU0K EVERY PUtT OF TIlS
TllKItEBY IMPARTISO IlBAl.Tll AND STBKNOTU.
' THERE IS
NO REMEDY SO uOOD
For Lanyiior and Debility.
The medical faculty Indorse It for Dyspepsia.
Jaundice, Nervous Eebillty, Losa of Adpctltc, and
all disease arising from a Dlaordered Liver or
Persona living In or visiting sections where Mala
ria Fever and Ague, Billious fever, Ac, are the
characteristic disease, should be provided with,
thl valuable medlelne. it I a atire preventive for
all ailments ariaiug from malarial cauaea. it ia a.
preparation of . - .
r ' Remedial Agent, which the aclcnco
of themlstrc ha placed at tue disposal of the pby-
iclan. corabiued with other Halnable tonlca, Sefr
plato Chice aroumtlc" 10 pK'aae " be
Trice One Dollar per Bottle.
Foreale byall the wholesale drtiggUt in Chi
cago, and medicine dcu'er generally. B ,u vul
hospital, 187 East Washington atreet, cEic.for
1'U Pr'Vte' chronlc hui 'P1"1 U'-
MtJIINAL WKAKNES. NKBVUt'a HEBlttTV and 1MHT
?nhe,RefoKS."lU,t,y Cr"d- Ur ' 1" Krn.l.t..
prthe Reform hdiool, and usee no mercury - haa the
largest practice in the United States founn
quiring treatment, with home and board. dr
write. Every convenience for patient. Send nftV
cent, for MAHKIAUB UUIDe'i 5 tmge. Ctrat
ed. Married ladle and gentlemen senS fifty ceBu
for sample 0f rubber good, aud circular of WrN
men, loss ol vitality, premature weakness, cnem
tlon of mind aud body, disorder of tho braiS "ml
nervous system aud miseries resulting therefrom
drttgglat. For circular
rcular with full particulars, J.
S1J State etreet, Chicago, 111.
1 9ftft?HV.L.AHM,c.Pcrm.8nr?t ,ll,"n,n want
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S A rBvln'l,l,1!,,f n"1'" PHld. Addre.
uATCHES. Cheapest In
the WOl lll. S.nmln wi.Vi. V'' ' "
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rJlIE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY I
(JRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TPAM mips- "'"'r worn-TRD3!K-nieiuled
ns an uu-
lulling cure for
poteuoy, and all
disease that fol
low us a sequence
on aelf-ahiise; as
1 nu. r l
llnnb 11lt,,.i.UM ,.C l... t'l .1 ... H
, ,i viaiou, i-remaitiro urn Age,
und many other diseases thnt lead to Insanity, Coo
sumption aud a Premuturu t lrave, all of which a a
rule ur first caused by deviating from the path of
nature aud over-luiliilguiice. The Kpoeldc Medicine
I the result of a life study aud many year of ex
perlvncu iu treating these special disease.
Full imrili ulara In our piimphlvta, which we de
Ini lo send free bvmull to every ouu.
rei... .1,1.. ..ii....... i .V . ... . .
iu riievnu meoieuie is oiu uy an aruggist at
$1 per pHcknge, or lx packugea forto, or will bo
sent hv noil) on reeelot tf it... ,. .,..,. i. ..i.Im.uui..
THE UKAY MElllclNK CO.,
.in, io fliecuauic ijich'K, uitiioit. Mien.
VRold III Cairo, 111., by Paul O. Soium, and
by Druggist every whore.
Obtaiui'd for nuw Inveutlou. or for Improvemenla
on out one; tor meuiciu or otnvr compound, trade
mark aud label. Caveat. Assigument, later
lerencus. Atiuenl. Suit for InirTuuemenU. 4
all cases arising under the J'uteut Uwa, prompt-
iv auenueu in. uiveiiuoii mat uave oera
V 1 VI yTVU hv ,h0 P"t"l OtMco way atill,
II EilrA;l Til inmost cases, be patented k
u. Point opposite tun U. n. latent DcitarlBivuL.
and engaged lu Patent business exclusively, we can
make closer searches, and iccura Paleiita mare
oromtitlv. and with broader claim, tbau thoaa wka
are remote from Washington.
1 M V tfN' I UK ""d model or sketch of
J il Y rill 1WIIO your dovlce; we make ex-
amlnntloii and advise to uatriitabllll. frvo of
charge. All correspondence strictly coiimlential.
Price low. and no ctiargii itulu Paieat la Mtcuird.
We refer In Washlnulou. to Hon. Poatniaater
Oenorai D, M. Key,. Rev. F. O. Pow er. The Onrsnaa
Amiirlcan National Hank, to official lu the I'. 8.
Paleut tifllce, and to Henatora and Kepreaeaullwea
Mate lu the L'nlou aud lu Canada. Addreta
Opnosltu Patent Office, Washington, I). C.
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PATEN't'i, ,u, . how to fbtalil i ir "imnletof
lw piitfi' li-eo, npou n-ceipi of nmp r r r .
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