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Tin: DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY' MORNING, FEBRUARY 8, 1879.
From DR. S. W. HUNTER,
Having hncomo familiar with Coldcn Liemu's
Liquid KxTiuirror liKBr ami Tonic Invlgorutor, I
tuko pleasure In recomnieiidlng it as an exeelljiit
preparation, combining as It ones roou and tonic
10 aremarkahle. w ay, producing noon w,ooi, iieai.tu
AND STHKNIITII, Hulif by all Druggists.
AHA DAY to Agents canvassing fo
X Visitor. Terms and oulllt tret
. V ' O. VICKERY, Augusta, Malue.
for the KiiiKMini
rue. Address. P.
,)A Fancy Cardi
0 allk". with
Hamuli, N. Y.
, I liromo, Nnowilake, c. if
name, UK:. J. Mluklcr & Co..
STTft ni"'ith and expenses guaranteed to Agents. I
vl Outfit frwo. Shaw ,fc Co.. Auunsta. Maine.
AllvOvtwoinfMlt f 4 Un" liiPiJrtijfl lwcck
II UM 1111 II I U ft, newspaper fur $10.
Send Hk-. for liu page pamphlet, ti. P. ROWLLL
A Co., N. Y.
Johnson's Anodyne Liniment will posl'lvely pre
vent this terrible discs,.c. and will positively cure
nlnt cases In ti'ii Information thut will save" many
lives in-lit fr-u l.y imiil. Don't delay a moment.
Prevention I hetti tlmn cure. Holif evorywbere.
I. H. JOHNSON & CO., Bangor. Maine.
FREE GIFT !
Of a copy of Mv Medico) Common Sense Book, to
ally person siiir-ring from C'oiuniptloti, Asthma.
Catarrh., Rronchllli.. Kop-h ol thn voice, or Sore
Throat. Send name and pot -officii address, with
two postage, stumps. Stute vour su kiicss. The
book Is elegantly liiutrli'd (fit pp. limn. lHT'.li.
The Information It contain In the providence ol
liod. ha saved many live. The au'tior ha been
tMating dli-a - of the Now, Throat and Lungs, a
a special prclic lu CinriiiUatl, miiicu KIT. Address
Jit. N.D Wolf.Clun.,0.
CELEHKATKO TI1K WOItl.U OVEif,
The nianufacturer were awarded the Mnlict
and only medal ulven rntibt r plat. r. at both
theX'cnteuulal and Hari Kxpoitlon.
FA U hi I'KliloU TO
Common khu plat.-r. liniments, tlu o
'alled ebTtrii al applluiictr. elc. Jt 1h the
known remedy lor Lame and Weak Hack. Itheu
matlm. Female Weukne. Sclmb a. Lumbago,
flleaed Kidney, r-punl Complaint, and nil
iU for which komu plati:r are un-d. Ak your
Uru(;t for Ilebon'a Cpacine forou FlaMer
and ee that vou g aoth ini;vlv. Sold by all
druttilt. Price cent.
-Mailed on receipt of price, by Keabury &
Johuou,ai Piatt treet, ew York.
Tlic Most A roeaLIe Tonic and
. 'evkr offered the itblic.
IMPROVE YOI H APE-
T1TE. FACILITATE III-
wEsTIOX. LIVE TONE TO THE NEHVOI S
SYSTEM, VIOOK TO EVEHY PA KT OF THE
Tiieuclv IxrAitTtMi Hkaltii and Srr.KNUTU.
NO .REMEDY SO uOOI)
For Ijitiffuor ami Debility.
The medical faculty Indorse it for Dvsnppsla,
Jaundb c. NerrAus Ketilllly, Loss of Adpetite, and
ill difae arising from a Disordered Liver or
Persons living in or visiting section where Mala
ria, iever unu Ague, Million fever. Ac. are the
character; -he oisiase. should be provided with
this valuable medicine. It is a sur preventive for
all alrmcut arislug from malarial causes, it is a
oneoftbe best Remedial Agent which the science
of Chemlstrv has placed, at tne disposal of the phy
sician, combined withoiher valuable mule, deli
cately flavored with choice aromatic to please the
Price One Dollar jter Dottle.
For sale by all the wholesale drupelets In Chi
cago, anu medicine uea'crs generally.
"K( rrV vn vvv t r. a . i
itw.coiui i liu . in private
hospital. 1ST East Washington street. Chleaso. for
the aure of all private, chronic and special diseases.
SlIIMI. WEAKNESS, Ml II Vol S PKHII.ITY and LOST
haniioop. permanently cured. Dr O. Is a gradnate
fthe Reform School, and uses no mercury; bus the
.arrof practice in the l ulled Slate. Ladies re
quiring treatment, with home and board, call or
write, fcvery convenience for patient. Send fifty
cent for .MAHHI AOK 01 IDE '. iTX page Illustrat
ed. Married ladies and gentlemen send flfty cents
for sample of rubber goods and circular of "import
ant iuforultition by express. Consultation five and
contlUential. Jiulisble Female Pills a box.
v.vmn.?s npnir itv Exhau-non
i j k. j j'ijDiuLi s voung
jnen, loss oi viiainy. premature weakness, cnerva-
uou oi unna unu oony, uisoraer oi ma rirain nuu
nerrous system, and miseries resulting therefrom.
speedily cured by HATES- SPECIUC. Preiared
bv an eminent nliTslclan: a case. 2 lor H?: sold liv
druggits. For circular with full particulars, ad
ores uu. ua l ls. jw state street. Ctilcago, ill,
SALARY. Permanent salesmen want
d to sell Staple Woods to dealers. No
lieddllne. Expenses paid. Address
b. A. CHANT & CO., 3, 4,6 & 8 Home St., Clu-
AOOLD PLATED ATCHES. Cheapest in
I,)the world. Sample Watch Free to Agents. Ad-
if 'dress. A. COl I.TEIt 4 CO.. Chicago. 111.
AND MORPHINE II ABIT CI'IfEI)
The Original and only absolute
cure. Send slump for book on
Opium Eating, to W, U. Squire, W'orthiutogn,
wrecne.v ouniy, mil
rpiIE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY
CRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICIXE.
Is specially recom-
TRADE MARK. mundt'd a aa un
failing cure for
' 5liflV v'Sperinatorlien, lm
S 'Zf potency, and all
diseases that fol
low n a sequence
on self-abuse; as.
Loss of Memory,
Buck, Dimness or tne vision, rremntiirc t)id Age,
and many other diseases that lead to Insaultv, Cou
snmntlon and a Premature Wruvu. all of which ns a
rule are first caused by' deviating from the path of
nature and over-indulgence. The Speclllc Medicine
Jsie result of a life study and niiitiy years of ex
fyfrlenco In treating these special disease.
Full particulars lu our pamphlets, which we de
sire to send free bv mill to every one.
The Specific Medicine Is sold by nil dnipgNts at
$1 per package, or six packages for r, or will bo
sent by mall ou receipt of the money by addressing
T11B WRAY MEDICINE CO.,
No. 10 Mechanic's lllock, Dktiioit, Mich.
t'vr-Hold In Cuirw, 111., by Paul O. Scutii, and
by DrugglstM everywhoro.
rrn CJUl.T. T.TVWT.V In hard times yon
xf oi'iiiu ut. i noocdsii
neocd something of
Null Vnlnn In On, llnimli, An vnn tint alli'li la thill
grami low priced hook,
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"Culru liulletiu, Cairo. Illlinoia "
James FUk Tadurah
City of Alton a St. Loui
John R. .Maude St. Louli
Golden Crown Cincinnati
K. II. Durfee I'ltttburi
Charle Morgan New Orleans
Fa ii ule. Lewi Memphis
Iron Mountain and barges , Loulsvlllo
John L. Hhode St. Louis
James Firk Tadncah
Citv of Alton '. New Orleans
John II. Maude Viikfbnrj;
olden Crow n New Orleans
E. II. Durfee.-. St. Louis
Charle Morgan Cincinnati
Fannie Luui St. Louis
Iron Mountain and barges New Orleans
John L. Hhode Pittsburg
Alice St. Louis
IUMncs.4 was quiet.
Tlio wcathof yetitenlay was beautiful.
Tin; Koliin aad ljar'cs are due from Mem
The Charles Morgan passed up yesterday
The Viut Shinkle leaves C'iariunati for
Memjiliis thin nmrniiig,
T!ie E. II. Durfee arrived from Fitt.-hurg
She lias a hi'' trip M St. Louis.
The Golden Rule left New Orleans for
Cincinnati on Thursday evening.
The Clinton, Captain Shunk, is due from
St. Louis for Pin.tbuw this evening.
The Gold I)u.-t is due from New Orleans
for St. Louis. She has CM tons freight.
arrived irom Pisttsburg at
last evening. She has a bis
The new Mary
Houston follows the
Schenrk to Nev!Orleans.
She will be here
The Me Genevieve was due' fram St
Ijrtxm last eveninir. She has freiidit for the
Annie P. Silver
The James I). Parker, Captain Charley
Russell, is tiie Ohio river packet fur Mem
The Cherokee arrived at Pittsburg Thurs
Jay evenitii.', and leaves that port tor St
Louis this iniirninsr.
The City of Alton passed down about
two o'clock yesterday morninir. She mad
biir additions here.
1 he Annie P. Silver was due from St
Louis last evening. She will probably be
at the wharf this cvenim,'.
The Iron Mountain, from Louisville, has
0 barges of steel rails and 3 banjos of bulk
grain. Angrllo McDrido is onu of her
i lie tannic Lewis came up trom Mem
plus with a good cargo. She discharge
fiUO Dales cotton here and went her way to
The John B. Maude, had n good trip. She
arrived about day breuk, and after adding
considerable freight, took her departure for
The Cons Millor is duo from Memphis.
She has 5M hales cotton, 8,i0 barrels of oil,
and 25 tons of miscellaneous
The Commonwealth, George Corvcll,
master, Owen Gates, clerk, follows the
Annio P. Silver south. She leaves St. Louis
this evening and will be here to-morrow.
All hopes of getting tho , P. Ilulliday
afloat have been given up, and Ciiptaiu
Louhl has returned to St. Louis to await a
rise that will set her swimming, '
Tho Rhodes arrived from St. Louis with
about 200 tons 5(1 tons miscellaneous and
50 tons iron on ami 20 people. She nuide
light additions hero and departed for Pitts
burg at four o'clock last evening.
The City of Vie.ksburg is th Anchor
Line packet for Memphis and Vicksburg,
to-day. She isono of tho very best boats
Btlont! dipt. Rob Riley commands, mid
f:lms Sham dors the (Inline ,(' i m ...
I 1 'HTOI1KC.
The A. J. Baker is coming from ,st,
Louis. Bho will get tho barK.s yt (j,
Duncan und North at Mouse Inland and
bring thorn to this port. They win frm
part of the tow ot the J',. M. N,;i8on fr
SUBSTITUTES FOR LIQUOR.
From the Boston Journal.
A curious feature in the operation of tho
i-license law of Norwich, Conn., is the
substitute by drinkers of other utimulants
in the place ot liquors, remaps the most
natural substitute of all Is Jamaica ginger.
The extract has about double the alcoholic
strength of whisky und it is a medicine in
constant demand, and kept by all drug
gists, it makes a veiy satisfactory substi
tute for tho habitual toper, who is bound
to get drunk on something. That it is used
in this way to a considerable extent is
shown from the Increased sales of the drug
as well as the contession of the user. One
dealer estimates his sales of Jamaica irinirer
since the first of November as fully three
times as great as they were before; another
sells perhaps ntlnru more than heloro that
date: another lias noticed out a small in
crease not over five per centum, while a
fourth estimates the call upon him as five
times as large now as they were up to No
vember first. It is o!.o said that the bale
f paregoric has slightly increased in some
Tucson Citizen. I
An exchango pauses to remark, between
Why there should be a prejudice against
red headed girls, is not wholly apparent;
but there is no want of evidence that there
is stieh a prejudice. Jennie Collins, who
has charge ot a IJoston uistitutiou to secure
mployment tor girls, says that nobody
wants red beaded girls, an l yet they are
quite as likely to be useful and amiable as
those who have hair of another color."
But we will assure Jennie if she will
send a lot of her red headed girls to Ari
zona, they will find there is no prejudice
here to work against that brand ot girl,
Whether it is that the ruder taste of the
frontier delights in high colors, or that,
being a mining people, anything of the
color of gold pleases the eye, or that the
reflection of a red headed girl would secure
her a market, there is no telling; but some
thing within us gives the assurance that
red headed girls would pass here as help
and fweathearts and wives. It's a good
place for red headed girls, and. for that
matter, any kind ot girls always provided
they are good and virtuous, and trim and
shapely and sensible.
Quicken the cikcilation. Don't let
the blood stagnate in your veins. You can
nrevnnt 5ti (Imrur ttnliv infronwinT itsvnlnnio
and purity, by stiinulatuig the tligestive
organs, and encouraging assimulation, with
that vitalizing UL'ent, Hostetter's Stomach
Bitters. People not arlkted with any or
game or inorganic disease, grow wan and
haggard r-imply because their blood is thin,
waten-, deficient -in nourishing properties
and so meager in quanitity that the extrem
ities are very imperfectly supplied with it,
and the superficial circulation extremely
feeble. Hence the bloodless appearance of
the countenance. But when the Bitters are
ued to enrich and quicken the blood, the
rovy hue of health returns to the cheek, the
Inline acquires suiMance us well as vigor,
the appetite improves, and no digestive
qualms interlere either with its grattication
or the subsequent tranquillity of the stom
Cu:e ok Dhinkino. "A. young friend of
mine was cured ot an UisatiaDie thirst tor
Liquor, that bad so prostrated his ' system
that he was unable to do any business. He
was entirely cured bv the use of Hop Bit-
tiTs. It allayed all that burning thirst
took away the appetite for liquor; made his
nerves teady, and he has remained a sober
and steady man for more than two years,
and has no doire to return to his cups,
and I know of a number ot others that
have been cured of drinking bv it." From a
leading R. R. Officer, Chicago, Ills.
Fi.okid.v. A throng ot sufferers, with
coughs and colds, annually go south to en
joy the ethereal niiidnos of the land of
llowers, To them we would say the neees
sity of that expensive trip is obviated by
Compound Honey of Tar, which speedily
vanquishes the coughs and colds incident to
this rigorous clime. For public speakers it
surpasses the Deiuostheric regimen of "peb
bles and sea shore;" clearing the throat un
til the voice rin.rs with the silvery cadence
of a bell, I'se Compound Honey of Tar.
Price ,)0 cents a
bottle. B.utcLAY Bitos.,
Wukn used for Rheumatism, Sore Throat,
Lame Back, Neuralgia, Sprains, Bruises,
Cuts, Contracted Muscles, Still" Joints, Corns
and Burns, on human beings; und Spavin,
Ringbone, (Jails, Cuts, Scratches, etc., on
animals, Cotisseiis' Lmiming Liniment is
unequalled, and its clfee' -imply electrical.
As its name suggests, it .- piick to relieve,
and thousands bear witne . ) its astound
ing virtues. Barclay Bros., Agents
A Card. To all who are sullering from
the errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, &c, I will send a recipe that will cure
you, free of ciiaroh. This great remedy
was discovered by a missionary in South
America, Send a half-addressed envelope to
the Rev.JosKPii T. Inman, Station 1). Bible
House, New York City.
Or Kit Y. Why will men smoko common
tobacco when they can buy Marburg Bro's
"Seal of North Carolina" at the same price!
10OUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
I1 stkam vmtr.M.
Vulcan Iron Works
Oil OHIO LKVEK. CAIRO. II.LH.
John T. Ilonnie,
1 T AVISO clnhlllird bis works at Hut above men
11 tinned place Is better prepared than ever for
manufacturing Sleum Knglnes and Mill Machinery.
Having a Stemn Hummer and ample Tools, I lie
liiuniiliictiiru ol all kinds ol Machinery, Rallroud,
Hleaiiilnml mid llrldifn Forirlnus made n 'ici lultv.
Especial intention given to repairs of IV -lues and
ItriiHS 1'ustlngs of nil kinds made to ordei
I'lpoF Ittlug In all Iti branches.
TTALLID AY BROTHERS,
FLOUR, GRAIN A'D HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Iliziiest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
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Hop Bitters are tho Purost nnd
Host Hitters ever Mntlo.
They aro compounded from Hops, lluchu,
Mandrake and Dandelion. the oldest, best and
mosi vaiuunio medicines in tno world and con
tain all the Best and most curative properties of
all other bitters, being the greatest Brood Purifi
er, Liver Regulator, ami Life and Health Restor
ing Agent ou earth. No disease or ill heulth
cuu possibly long exist where the Hitter arc
used, so varied and perfect aro their operations.
They glvo new life and vigor to the aged and
inllrm. To all whose employments cause Irregu
larity of the bowols or uriuu'ry organs, orwho re
quire an Appetizer, Tonic and uiljd Stimulant,
these Bitters aro invaluable, being highly cura
tive, tonic, and stlmulutlug. without intoxicating.
No matter what your leellngsorsvpmtonis ar .
what the (license or ailment is, use" Hop Biters.
Don't wult until you arc sick, but If you only feel
bad or miserable, use the Bitters at ouce. It
may save your life. Hundreds have been saved
by so doing. "!BriOO.jJwlll be paid for a
a case thev will not cure or heln.
Do not sillier yourself er let vour friends suffer,
but use and urae then, to ue Hop Bitter.
Remember Hop Bitters Is no vile, drugged
drunkcu nostrum, but the tmrest aud best med
Iclue ver mude; tho Invalid's Friend and
Hope, nnd no person or lnuilly should be with
out them. Try lion Hitters to day.
Trv Hop Cotili Cure nml Pain Relief.
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MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
IDOW'S AND ORPHAN'S
al Aid Society,1
From T. A. Osburn, Act. Secretary of Branch Offlcu
Boi.tVKmTKNN., January 81I1, 187.
Thomas Lewis, Secretary W. X 0. M. A. S. Cairo, '
Dear 8lr und Brother:
Sister Acton hits Just handed me a ccrtlricato
and desires me to forward It to you; and requests
mo to say to you and through yon to the Society,
that she returns her slncero Ihaukstoyon and tho
Society, and to say that aho has received more, on
brother Acton's death, (or rather on bis pollry,)
thttushu hud expected; and that she will do all that
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expressed themselves think well of your tabular
statemeut. Your Truly, T A OSBL'RN.
Rouvku, Tisnk., January 8th, 1879.
This Is to certify that my husband, Key. James 0.
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Mutual Aid Society, of Cairo, Illinois, and that lh
amount due ou such membership Certificates bl
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