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TIPS PAIL CAiltO BULLETIN; SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 7, 1879.
FEVER AND AGUE TAD,
CURE BY AUSOIU'TION!
Without DosineTlie Better "Way.
LIVER & AGUE PAD
f Medicinal Absorptive
BODY & FOOT PLASTERS
Medicated Foot Baths.
These remedies which are the sole exponent of
inc Cure tiy Absorption are opposed to Dosing have
been proved the cheapest and Mutt Effectual Reme
dy for all Diseases Arising from Malaria or a disor
dreed Stomach or I.lvi-r, aud It la a well kuown fuel
that nearly all the diseases that attack tbe human
body can be traced directly or indirectly to these
It I known by actual experuwe that there It no
disease that atlatks the vuthiiiid adult 01 both sex
es that cau even b modltted by tbe use of drugs,
but that cau be acted ou in a fur more satisfactory
and permanent manner by the IlOLMAN LIVER
I AD CO. S REMEDIES.
Xitinburtt'iw CWt, Kinally An
knowlwtlK'Hl to iw lleyorid t he
Reitoh oi'MtHllo ino, hitvo Vmmh SiTv"-
m1u ruUr the Miltl Action ol '1 hfum
If questioned, seud for our psmtililct, "Nature's
Law." giving extended Information aud W'stiuux
LiaU fruoi the ret people ,of the country. Mailed
The remedies are sent by man. postpaid, on re
thlpt of price, except tile rull, which la sent by ex
pres at purchaser's exueuso.
I onsuflaiion free, and solicited at our office, or
by tnail, giving full description of your care.
DESCRIPTIVE PRICE LIST.
KEt.l'I.ARPAD-J; Incipient diseases, first
stages t liilit and Fever, etc.
SPECIAL PAD-$3 (: Chronic I.lv. r and Mom.
ach Disorders, and Malaria.
SPLEEN BELT-w; Enlarged oplcen and
Liver aud Chill Cake.
INFANT PAD-$: So; Preventative and cure of
Cholera infantum uil buuilucr
I Auxiliaries for Nervoui
llODYPLASTERS-Mc 1 and Clreulallvc Trouh.
ritt throwing cfl' ob
f OUT " lalr ioc strumous aud reuiov
l Ins; pain
'i Auxilnrv for colds. Sick
ABSORPTION" 8ALT--1 (.bradacha. numbness of
box glc; 6 boxes, JI.45J extremities, etc.
For further Information at to diseases reached by
the Pad and Its Auxiliaries, consult our pamphlet.
IIOLMAX LIVER PAD CO.,
Rooms 2 and 3. Singer Bulldltg. ht. Louis, Mo.
1 G. SCHTJ1I,
Nolo A sent fr.rtbeio.ieof the IlOLMAN L1VE1!
PAD 10. a REMEDIES iu
JN UNPARALLELLEI) OFFER.
A FKEE TEST TRIAL
OF ONE OK
HEALTH RESTORING PADS
We will send one of our HEALTH KESTOR
1NU PADS to any Invalid afflicted with Livei
Complaint. CHII.l.S aud FEVER, INDIGES
TION. COSTIVENEss, Nervous Headache,
Dyspepsia. Nervoua llehillty and Impure Wood,
if' they will tend us their sunptoins aud ad
dress und agree to fend us J-J.OU if it elk-rts
a cure to their entire satisfaction, othei win
there will be no charge. We will do this to con
vince the public of the superior valuu a a
OF OUR PADS.
And that they will do all wo. par. A this offer
will necessarily be limited in number, we hope
therefore, au early application will bo made. Ad
ores. cry Ri spcctfiilly Vonra.
DK.Ci. W. FOHBES,
1T2 Elm ctreet. Cincinnati. Ohio,
rbyf iclana tponk in Termf of Praiae In favor of the
CmitSHATi. June SC. 18?.
Ilavins had tomcroutlderahle nitjuaintance with
the opirutlon of the Pad, I can couclcticiotinly
ri'commi ud it hp an excellent remedy in all the die
eacea for which Itr. Forhoarnnneela hp upc.
I) li. J. 1IA1.I.0WEI.L.
STB tiiorije Street, Clncinuuti.
What llev. Jopetih Emory, tbe well-known City
Cincinnati. .lure 30, lfCfl.
llnrins bad a loni; ac()iiaintutice with Dr. ForbeP,
1 nm patietlod that wbulevorhoreconimeudi' he doea
po conccicncioiiply, anil will prove all thev promlao.
ItEV. JOSEPH EMEltV.
Extracta from a few of the Manv Letters freiinelilly
received ill the I'lllce.
One pbvp; "I fool that your Pad have paved mv
life." Another kivp: "Your Pad Iibp JiiPt reached
my cape. It hap entirely removed my comIvoiiopp
and iuinpe(iieiit Sick HoaiUiche." Another v rilop;
"Your Pad attended ptrlctly to biipinopp. and In
forty-'li;ht hour I felt ni well hp over." Atiolbor:
"Your Pad haa cured mo of HIllloiiMiepp and a tor
pid Liver. I am better than I have been In twenty
viara." Btill another piivp: I have eudiirod all the
horror crowing ont f 11 torpid Liver and Dypjieppia.
Afterupins your pad all thopelllp left me. ' One.
more: "1 have uacd your Pada with perfectly phiIp
factory reaul.a, and cheerfully recomeud them to
A Purely Vegetable Remedy
The Htifi'st. Knsioait und Dost over
A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY
A purely vegetable, ompolnl(,.. not doctored with
rolpouoim lliinorp.bulmrdrv ammtlu cat hurtle and
erlectlve tonic-Hire to effectually cure pome of tho
moat common and painful dtpoapva that huflle med
ical Pkill. Thope who have been cured when all
other moana failed. Justly uy: "It la the ureittept
blopplnp of the aire. "I believe 1 Phould not now
bo alive but lor It. Phvpuilana In reijuliir practice
any: "It wc-rka like a charm and etlWllvoly."
FOR SALE BY AlX DRUGGISTS.
MTl f Jtie KIT)S E Y-yOKT cannot otherwlao he
reudlly ohtalned, we will mall a parkape, pre paid
on roci'lt'tof the price, one dollar, WELL8. UlCU
ARU80X CO., Proprietor!., Burlluaton, Vt.
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Letter und communication should be addressed
"B. A. Burnett, Cairo, Illinois "
Steamer. City of Alton New Orleans
" City of Greenville St. Louis
" John A. Scadder St. Louis
' Vlut Shlukle Memphis
" Champion Paducah
" W. A. Johuson Paducuh
Steamer, City of Alton St. Louis
' City of Greenville Vickshurg
' John A. Scnddcr... New Orleans
" VlntShinkle. Cincinnati
" Champion I'sdncah
W. A. Johnson .....Paducah
Thomas Sherlock New Orleans
RIVER WEATHER BUSINESS.
Business continues dull.
Weather clear nml very warm.
The rivers rose 8 inches, the gauge last
evening marking 18 feet, 1 inch.
The James W. Gaff, for Memphis to-morrow.
The Raven goes to St. Louis with a tow
The Nashville leaves for New Madrid
The Robert Mitchell is due from Cincin
nati to-day, for New Orleans.
The Thomas Sherlock got away for New
Orleans late Thursday night with a full
Lea Crane, who is known to ail steam
lxiatmen as a clerk and commander is in
The beautiful City of Greenville, C.tpr.
A. J. Carter, passed down Thursday night
with a full load.
The Vint Shinkle passed up with a good
cargo of cotton, oil and sundries, and a big
lot of people.
The John A. Scudder arrived early yes
tcrdayjmorning, and after making additions
here, left for New Orleans at 3 p. m. flat in
The Iron Mountain ami barges were still
in port last evening. She goes to Titti-burg
to bo overhauled, and will come out with a
texas and other improvements. She al?o
gets the engines of the Joseph II. Bigley.
For Mound City, Metropolis ami Padu
cah, at 3 p. m., we have the splendid side
wheel steamer Champion, the pride of the
lower Ohio. She carries people to Padu
cah for fifty cents, and gives a splendid
Captain Hiram Hill has the contract to
raise the cars that accidentally ran into the
river at East Cairo on Thursday, and also
the one that ran through the II. S. Mc
Comb into the river some weeks ago, at
the same place.
Diver John Downing, of St. Louis, who
is employed by the Hill wrecking company,
of this city, which is at work on the Cairo
and Vincennes incline Thursday, had the
end of ono of his lingers cut off. which will
necessitate his layinj; by for a week or so.
To one who has never witnessed it, tho
process of raisng from the river, blowing,
and re-kegging nails is interesting, and the
time of the person who spends an hour in
looking on this work will not spend it use
lessly or unpleasantly. Captain Hiram Hill,
assisted by the wrecking boat Charley Hill
and a torce of thirty men, from Madison
Ind., aud Wheeling, are now busily engaged
raising the barge of nails cut down by tho
ice, near the point, last winter, and up to
last evening, ufter nine day's labor, they
had succeeded in bringing to light some
thing over 8,800 kegs of them. At first the
work progressed slowly, but everything be
ing in perfect running order now, an aver
age of 400 kegs per day ore being loaded
on barges, ready for tho market, which is
very fast work. There are yet ubouti 5,000
kegs to bo raised. Last Wednesday after
noon this gaug did what the same number
of men, with the same facilities, never ac
complished before that of taking from aO
feet of water, drying and putt ing in now kegu
270 kegs iu tho unprecedented time of four
hours. Tho workmen uro divided into
threo gunirs. Tho llrst, whose duty it is to
get tho nails l'nim the bottom of the river,
it under the control of Cuptuin Hill, Charlie
Holly being tho diver; tho second party
perform the very hot work of running the
furnaces used for drying the nails, while tho
third gang, composed of four experienced,
nnd muscular fellows frojn tho Wheeling
works, in charge of Mr. Bam Brown, a most
genial and courteous young gentleman,
complete the process by ptittingthemin the
kegs. The whole is under tho schooled and
watchful eye of Mr. Hablizel, of the firm of
Hablizel & Page, of Madison, Indiana, who
purchased the sunken bargo and her cargo
from tho underwriters, and who will ship
the nails to the St. Louis market as soon as
the task of raising them has been com
This Is rather too good to bo lost. Wo
take it from the Star, of Washington City.
Governor Coke of Texas, tells the follow
ing story about two callers ho hail a few
days ago: "I never saw such a town as
Washington. You can not have any pri
vacy here. Now, when I came here to at
tend the special session of the Senate I
purposely went to a quiet place on D street
and choose two rooms over a dry goods
store. I gave orders if anybody called to
have their cards sent up to my room, and
further that the outside door should always
bo kept closed, winch would compel call
ers to ring. You see by adopting this plan
when cards were sent to mo I would know
just who called and could send word
whether I wanted to see them or not. Well,
would you believe it, a few nights ago I
was sitting in my room when in rushed two
gentlemen unannounced. Said one of them,
'Governor Coke, I believe. How do you
do, Governor Coke?' Their manner dis
conserted me a little, but I answered as
pleasantly as I could : 'Yes, I am Governor
Coke, but how in the world did you get in
my room!' They answered chcerlully:
'Oh I the lower door was opened and we
just walked up.1 I then told them it would
please me if they would go down stairs,
ring the bell and send up their respective
cards in the regular way. They both went
down stairs and did as I told them. Their
cards were presented to me in the regular
way and then I sent them word that I
ICE! ICE! ICE!
I am prepared to furnish ice wholesale
or retail all through the season. Office,
Eighth street, between Commercial and
Washington avenues, next door to Bristol's
grocerj- store. Jacob Klee.
Ice, Ice Wholesale asd Retail in
large or small quantities. Wagons will
run daily to all parts of the city, delivering
pure Lake Ice in such quantities as cus
tomers may desire. Leave orders at my
residence on Seventeenth near Commercial;
at Sargeants, on Eighth street, or address
me through the poft-office.
Ten Cents Worth. If you want a neut
smooth shave fur ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 23 cents, or anything else in
the tonsorial line, remember the place to
frr fji iu TTnnrA- Sii'hw.L-'a C- 1.10 fmmi,--
The Sacred Ganges. Millions of lives
have been wasted through a superstitious
belief in the curative power of the Ganges.
More have been lost in faith in useless
drugs. Kidney-Wort is a perfect remedy
for kidney or liver disease. It is a specific
tor piles also.
A Child's first lesson in art culture can
profitably and pleasantly be Teamed with
Leamon's Dyes, which have twelve colors,
and by combining them any number
wanted. These dyes are made by Wells,
Kichardsou & Co., Burlington, Vt. For
coloring soiled or faded ribbons there is
nothing like them. Get them at your drug
gists. Envelops printed at the Bulletin office,
1.00 per M. Envelops furnished at St.
Louis wholesale List prices for the next 30
""Hate you Dyspepsia, are you Constipa
ted, have you a Yellow skin, Loss of Appe
tite, Head Ache, if so don't fail to use Shi
loh's System Vitalizer. It guaranteed to
relieve you, and will you continue to suffer
when you can be cured tin such terms as
these. Price 10 cents, and "5 cents. Sold by
Xew, Fust anil Klegant rasseniier
SJAMES W. GAFF
liOHERT WISE Master
G. W. THOMPSON Clerk
Will sell Round Trip Tickets from Cairo, Mctrop
olis, Puducab and Sniilbland. to Cincinnati and re
turn, iood duritii; the months of Mav aud June,
(liicludlu)! stateroom in port) for Ten Dollars!
Cincinnati oilers more uttructions to visitors thopo
tuo months than during nil others of the yeur.
And vtlshlnit to favor excursionists, I make this
liberal reduction to any wishing to make the round
trip. Tbe North American Sieuiferfest commences
Juue 11th: I.ester Wallack. the tireat Trunedian :
Madam Anderson, tbe Chnmpiou Walker: aud
Paul Hovton, the world-reuowued Swimmer, will
I iTho Animals Iu the Zoological Garden will be
in their summer quarters, Shilllto's great Dry
Goods Palace ttho ltiiznur of American Vashlons)
will have spring and summer opcn'uKs until
June 1Mb. And with the "11111-ton Resorts," free
to all, the "Paris of America'1 will bo ieen when
THE "GAFK" CARRIES A FULL STRING RAND
A food time Is promised, luvite your friends,
and join us in a trip.
Leave Cairo, p. in., Friday May nth. Monday
May ao. Friday, June 1:1. Monday, June ;). Fri
day, July IS. Yours, Respectfiillv,
tfOUNDKY, MACHINE SHOP AND
-L1 STEAM FORGE.
Vulcan Iron Works
03 0III0 LEVEE. CAIRO. 1118.
John T. Hennie,
TTA.yiX9 established his works at fe above men
xx itemed place Is better prepareuMhan ever for
manufacturlnn Btenm Engine and Mill MarhlueM.
.Itw?VUif 8tvm Hammer and ample Tools, IM
i "iw .r " MnA ot Machinery, KiUlroad,
p.i "!f ""d Brl,1 For 'npi mado a rwlalty. ,
M whine ,,t8nt,on Km w repair of -uiwani
Sf?"J$!'lf of all kind made to win
Upt) Fitting In all iu branch..
THE WEEKLY BULLETI.V.
The Weekly Bulletin.
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11.50 to Clubs of Ten and Upward!
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For Dcbllitv. Loss of Memory. Tndisnnsltlnn tn
Exertion or Business. Shortness of Breath,
Troubled with Thoughts of Disease, Dimness of
Vision. Pain in tbe Back. Chest, and Head, ltush of
Blood to tbe Head. Pale Countenance and Dry Skin.
If these symptom are, allowed to ko on. verv
frequently Epileptic Fits and Consumption followr.
When tho constitution becomes affected It requires
the aid of an invigorating medicine to strengthen
and tone up the system which
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By any remedv kr.own . It is prescribed by the
most eminent pbyeicluna all over the Wurid, in.
Aches and Pains
General 111 Health,
Female Complaints, etc.
Tlnrwl Pnln In liu aknnM.iu r.. tvii
.1.,, unu mo rinmiui ip, vuujill, Ul.f.l
nci-n. hour Stomach Kruptionn. Km Tano iu th.
mwimi, uuiuaiiuii ui lUU IlCHIl, 111117 III lD TC-
giou of tho Kitlnoy. mid a thotunml othir painful
cjwiiiwuir, oiu iuu uurjiriUKB UI lyPpcjlPltt.
Invigorates the Stomach,
And stimulates the torpid Mver, Dowels, and Kid-
niiv. hi lii.u ll h irllnn In Ij.u 1 11 1 tL.t 1.I.....I ..f
all Impurities, and Imparting new life aud vigor to
me wuoie sysicm,
A single 'trial will be sufficient to convince tho
most hesitating of Its valuable remedial itualltles.
Or Six Bottles for $5.
Delivered to any address free from observation.
Patleuts'' mav consult by letter, rccelviuu tbe
same attention as by culling.
Competent physicians attend to correspondents.
All letters should be addressed to. ,
H. T. HELM BOLD.
Druggist and Chemist,
Sec that the private Proprieta:
ry Stamp is on each bottle.
MICHIGAN STOVE CO.
63 Lake St., 93 Seneca St.,
IX POINT OP
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Completeness of design, and
Terfectness of Construction.
Simplicity of Management, and
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Time Tried and Fire Tested!
EVERY STOVE RELIABLE,
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"CATARH, THE CAUSE AND CURE."
A Pamphlet by Dn.Ci.KssoN Pnvrr, of 243 Stato'
St.. Chicatio. Dr. Pratt is the author of the Oiono
Treatment for Catarrh, and in this new treatise is
revealed the secret of bis success in tho treatment
of a disease, to which ho has tlvcn the stndv of a
lifetime. Prleo of Pamphlet25 cts. Send tor it.
TEACHERS & students
MONTH dnrinc VACATION . For lull particulars
Address, J . C. McOUHDY 4 CO., Chicago, IU.
The only combination of tho true Jamaica Glnzer
with choice Aromatic and Fruuch Draudy for all
S TO Sftftftn I Judiciously invested in
?-0 IU ?OUUUVallsi lavs the founda
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an Immense prcceutapc of proliu'bv the New Capi
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Til? 1) OTD. P'1'""' w'" for largo
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RIFLES, SHOT GUNS, REVOLVERS.
Address, Great Western Gun Works, rittsburg Pa.
AN ABSOLUTELY PrRH ARTICLE
Warranted to keen pickles for years.
Thirty-one years in the market,
t'onsnmers should insist upon seelnsour brand on
the barrels when buving.
Dr. WM. ALEX GREENE,
Writes; I cheerfully state that I have test
ed the virtues nnd rrtklcncy of Colden's Likbiu's
Lnji id ExTiuT oritur In my private practice in
eases of penenil debility, weakness, depression.
li., kjii-isiu. ios oi nppeiue ami nervous allllcttous,
when medicine had proven more thau useless. I
have found It the best remedy I have ever used in
chronic alcoholism, when the stomach is always Ir
ritated und food acquired to nourish. Sold bv all
profit on 30 days investment
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a month and csponsoe guaranteed to Acunta.
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GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
Is Slieclallv reenm.
TADlMIK.m,,ndf() , m n.
rai'lng cure for
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low a Isequonce
ou son amiset u
Loss of Memory.
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Back, Dimness of the Vision, Prematura Old Air
and many other disease that lead to Insanity. Cen
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I tho result of a life study and many year of ex
perience in treating these special diseases .
Full particular In onr pamphlet, which we d
Iro to send Ire by mall to event one.
The SpeclDe Medlrlu I told by all drusglsfs at
l per package, or U package ftirfta, or will be
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