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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 27, 18S0.
AND OTHERS SEEKING ,
Strength and Energy,
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Rated fraud practiced by quick and medical iiu
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A ;teelv and LHVetual Cure,
Perry Davis' Pain-Killer
lltk Hood tie tot of FORTY YEAKS' Irial.
DlrectlcM with each liotilc.
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V A VTF I t LOO A L A'l ENTS everywhere
M Ai 1 IjU. to ieil Tea, Coffee, Baking Tow
STr!TviTri7iETiract. etc.. j cample, to faml
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lnu rnoutn nuoir tne law w iao anu uepena
fLt irn.ihrrn and father t i ntitl.-d to peiioii
i'ecri'in rUirrm of all klud promptly fettled. Ad
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Mult and Hops.
13 I T T E II S.
17 OR ENFEEM.ED DIGESTION, Impoverished
Wood. Weak Lftn .'. Eldneya, aud Vrlnary
Organs, Consumption, Emanation, .Vetiliil aiid
J'hvsical Exhaustion. Delicate Female. NnrsiiiK
Mo'tbern. Sirk'v Children, arid Debility of Aire.
MALT HITTER'S arrwaaranlrd more Noirirhlu:
btrrniihtetiinir, Vitalizing and Pnrlfyinu by reason
of their richness; In IVmc and Muscle I'mdarliiji
Matertnl than all other forms of ma.t or medicine,
while free from the ohject'otis tired asruliist mall
liquors l'repared bv the MALT BIT'IERSCO.,
from I'ufi rmertid Malt and Hops. S-old every
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VlH)l.rALE WINES AM) 1.10.E0KH.
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Wijo!ea'.c unci Retail Deaicrs In
Foreign ami DomosticLiquors
Wines ol' all Kindss.
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MESSRS. SMVTI1 A CO . have constutitly i
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give especiul attention to the wholesale branch of
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Monday Evenino, Jcxt 20, 1880.
Tho weather continues warm and dry.
The rivera are falling at all points and
steamboats men are now on the look
out for low water, but no serious difficulty
s anticipated for several days yet. Taking
tho year through, river men have very little
to complain of. Navigation during last
winter, to St. Louis, was only closed two
weeks by ice against more than two
months of the previous year, and as yet,
no time has been lost on account of low
Business in all brandies of trade con
tinues quiet and dull. Buyers only take
what is ubsolutely necessary in their busi
ness aud Bales cannot be forced. There is,
however, very little surplus of any com
modity on the market.
Sales of tobacco, although not so active
as the season would warrant, aie fair and
prices obtained give good satisfaction.
FLOUR Very quiet. All grades be
low XXX, are a drug in the market. The
choice grades are in fair demand to fill
NAY There is no sale at all for low
grades. The demand fur choice is fair and
CORN We note a scarcity of both
white and mixed. The demand is small
and prices tttady.
OATS The demand is only to supply
the immediate wants of the order trade
Receipts are small and there is no surplus
MEAL Steady and unchanged
Prices rule firm.
BRAN Dull. Tlenty offerninL' and
only limited demand.
BUTTER Some demand for choice,
but common is over stocked and very dull
Mius e note an improvement in
both market and prices eince the change to
CHICKENS Choice large young chick
ens arc in steady demand at fair prices.
FRUIT Nothing doing of consequence
Grapes and peaches are about the only sell
Sales and Quotations.
NOTE. The oncts hero civen are lor sales from
first bands In round lots. An advance ia
charged for broken lota id filling orders.
m bhls Various 4 (XriiS SO
ISO " varioua 5 isKftiS 40
1VJ " chwee i 3)
liw " moice.
1 car Prime Timothy
t cars Choice Timothy...
1 car mixed
J car mixed
J cars mlxeo In bulk
Scars white in bulk...
1 car mixed in sacks
t cars white in bulk..
1 cars In bulk
t curs choke in sacks.
fOO bbls Cltv
HO bbls . Country, K.
1 cars In sacks.
No 2 Red..
30tnbs Choice Northern
SKI lbs. Northern
In packages .southern Illinois ....
IK) pounds Illinois.
! V doien fresh.
Live, per dor 5O&10 .V)
15 coops choice spring 1 SftJl 75
4 coop hens. i W
3 coops cboicv spring chickens '.' in
5 coops siriliE 1 73
3j boxes '
per hl.1 .,
per bushel ,
New, per b l
New per bushel..
CO boxes peache
S. (.'. Hums. canvassed 10 ftOQ.ll 00
Clear sides ,'0
Clear Rib Sides none
St. John ffl i!5
Ohio River.... 1 irt
Pcacbef . hulves mid quarters Tf,H
Choice nuv ft 2.1
Cholci Medium IdO
Dry runt yn
Dry Salt 16
Green bait TJu
Grenn . MtMItSltlMS(iaiMt ttSMtsMSISSttt I IS SIM ' 7
Bhvep Pedis iHMtilsilt is(tiiiM t MISIMMl. tsl 10tl6
ommon Luu- 83 (WliA SO
(iood lug" M
Low Leaf. 4 (M 5 SO
Oood Leaf. 7 9
Medium Leaf 5 7 00
RATES OF FREIGHT.
Memnhli NewOrlcani Way
Grain per Cwt luftcti lttt 20 ta
imypuruwi is wi cn
Flour per bbl aft" 30" cU
Pork per bbl V, 4 V BOct
Gatrowlcr .radaca i
Grand Lako Bt, Louie
I'arii C. llrown, New Orleans
Andy Banm, Memphii
Arkuusai Bell Evanaville
E O Stanard New; Orlcani
J D Parker, Cincinnati
Robert Mitchell, ClaclDnatl
Gua Fowler - Padneah
Grand Lake, New Orleans
8am Roberta, "
Vicksbnrg, Bt. Loula
Ste Genevieve, Memphis
P C Drown, Cincinnati
Andy Danm, "
Arkansas Dell Evausvllle
Stanurd St. Louis
Stflge of river 20 feet 1 inch; a
cline of C inches in the last 24 hours.
Col. Leland is btill on deck.
The John B. Maud was light for St
The Golden Crown follows the Golden
City from Cincinnati.
The Grand Lake went south Sunday
with four loaded barges.
The Arkansas Belle reshipped largely
here for the south Sunday.
The City of Greenville was about half
loaded for Vickslurg.
The Annie P. Silver will add largely
here; probably fill out here.
The Golden City now due, is bringing
barge 76, belonging to the "Red line."
The Sam Roberts cleared Sunday for
New Orleans. She had light loaded barges
The Future returned to St. Louis yes
terday, leaving two of her barges here as
The Andy Baum and Paris C. Brown
had comfortable trips for the Ohio riv
The tow boat Jacob Ileatherirjgton is
laid up here, awaiting the resumption
The Stanard came ic last night, and
coaled at their own yard, in the vicinity of
The J. D. Parker was behind time,
and declined to take much here. She got
awsy early yesterday morning.
The Idlewild did not come throug'
Saturday. She reshipped at Paducah, and
the Belle brought her trip through Sunday
The Paddy Kelly, Matliew Clark
favorite tow boat, has been chartered
the Mitchell to take her odds and ends
The Robt. Mitchell has laid up here
She re-shipped her passengers by rail, and
the J. 1). Parker will probably take he
freight on her return from Memphis.
As the Ohio river recedes, the prospect
for an increase in river business from here
improves. Small boats will soon be en
gaged in the trade to Louisville and Cin
Capt. Branch, superintendent Evan
vile and New Orleaus barge company, ar
rived yesterday by rail, expecting
catch the Roberts. He left on the evening
train, backed for New Orleans direct.
The Golden City evidently is in trouble
somewhere. She is behind time about forty-eight
hours. The Ohio is getting thin
and we expect the irrepressible Hegler has
stubbed his toe.
Colocel Chas. M. Howe deserted his
post Sundny and skipped out on the City of
Greenville, Capt. "Bill" Riely, to meet his
meet his wife and son Chester, who are
coming home on the V. P. Ilalliday from
New Orleans. The Ilalliday should be in
port some time to-day.
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Summer Pestilence Unearthed;
CERTAIN VALUABLE FACTS MADE PUBLIC
It is well known that hot weather
ant symptoms. The mouth becomes dry
verish, the body cramped and the limbs
to female troubles, find the hot weather
and because Parents neglect pmantlon
positive belief that more than three-fourths of so-called Summer complaints arise from disordered secretions, and that
these secretionary organs, which, by being out of order cause so mneh trouble, are the Kidneys and Liver. These organs
are the governors of the system, and by thtir movements the other parts of the body are regulated. The brain con
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An Editor's Escape.
Office of the "Imdistkul Eka." I
Alma, Iowa, May 20, 1880. (
To whom it may Concern :
I take great pleasure in making the fol
lowing statement: I have been afflicted
with a disease of the kidneys for the past
two years and have tried numerous reme
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Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure was
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G. W. Stamm.
A Doctor's Certificate. (
I herby certify that I have been a prac
ticing physician for twenty-seven years,
and tor many chronic cases in my practice
do recommend Warner's bale Kidney anil
Liver cure. It was upon my advice that
G. W. Stamm, the editor, obtained the val
uable remedy. A. A. Ramsay, M. D.
A Pastor Made Happy.
I have been greatly troubled with my
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(Rev.) P. F. Hat.klee,
Coal Run Crossing, Arkansas.
Ail Educational Endorsement.
Tho Rev. C. A. Harvey, D. D., of the
Howard University, of AVashington has
written the following letter:
Gentlemen I take great pleasure in
stating that I have lor two years pitst been
acquainted with the remedy known as
AVarner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure, and
that in some cases which had been given up
by practitioners of both schools, the speedy
change wrought by this remedy seemed but
little less than miraculous. I am convinced
that no remedy for kidney troubles hereto
fore discovered can be held for one mo
ment in comparison with it.
Respectfully yours, C. A. Harvey.
AVmri'ANY, J., July 2, 1880.
Messrs. H. H. AVaruer & Co.;
Dear Sirs: My wife has been suffering
from u nervous attack of acme inflamma
tion of the bladder, which occurred in
October last, and left a chronic inflamma
tion of the neck of the bladder. This troublo
yielded to no treatment, till some time in
March'she began the use of 'your Safe Kid
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cure to others as we have had occasion, and
shall continue to do so very cheerfully.
With many thanks,
(Rev.) I). McGee, Uakdwell.
This Great Natural Remedy, which
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DANGER IN DISGUISE ! !
its Causes Explained and Some Timely Advice About How
to Avoid it.
briugrs sickness, and that few people yo
and parched, the tongue turret! with
swollen and tired. Ladies especially, with their natural delicacy and tendency
almost unbearable, while Little Children are dying every day from exhaustion
and care. A prominent and well known physician of New York asserts as hi.
of Summer. That vegetable (a West India leaf,) is used as the basis of War
pure, pleasant to the taste and absolutely
Arousing Its Readers.
An alarm of fire at midnight is a start
ling'thing, but not half so startling to many
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of disease and the means of cure. It is the
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Safe Kidney and Liver Cure, to arouse men
to a sense of their danger and then cure
them. Memphis Appeal.
The Friend of Delicate Ladies.
AVarner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure is
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and kindred ailments are effectually re
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The Ones That Use It.
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Our exchanges come to us bountifully
laden with comincudatory notices of the
wonderful cures effected in diseases if the
kidneys and liver, and especially of dropsy,
by the use of AVarner's Safe Kidney and
Liver cure used in connectionjwith AVarner's
Safe Pills. AVe feel sure that if such of
our friends who are Buffering; from like
troubles would but use these remedies they
would be benefitted. St. Albans Advertiser
For Old and young1
AVarner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure
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this remedy is sate, and in cases wherein it
misses are those beyond the teach of hu
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hygenic, and can be used bv young and old
with equal advantage. Boston Journal of
It is Universal.
Physicians, ministers, judges, lawyers,
statesmen, merchants, manufacturers, aud
men and women less prominent in society,
bear witness to the wonderful cures wrought
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has received no many enthusiastic endorsements and has performed such univer
organs, is for sale by druggists iu every
it should not fail to keep Hon hand;
momeut. It effectually avoids all
through the. Summer without nnpleas
white, the pulse irregular, tne neau fe
control the Kidneys and Liver at all
certain in its results. It keeps those
deranged. For all urinary complaints!
some dear friend; it will certainly pre
"It Saved My Life."
Selma, Ala., MaylCth, 1880.
Messrs. II. H. AVarner & Co. : '
Gentlemen I have suffered from kidney
complaint from childhood, and have spent
a small fortune traveling to different waters
and doctonne;. A physician recommended
your Safe Kidney and Liver Cure so strong
ly that 1 finally purcnasea a Dottie, anu
from that day to the present time I have
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I am well. You may use my name it you
wish, to aid in bringing the Great Discov
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doctors failed in doing. It saved my life.
Too much cannot be said in its favor.
E. B, Lakeit.
''It to tie Only thing."'
Peekskill, N. Y., April 13 1880. "
Messrs. H. H. AVarner & Co, :
Gents My wife lias been suffernnsr for
the past five years from the results of a
premature birth, and durintr that time sho
has been under the doctors care and treat
ment, for a disease peculiar to tho female
sex, and generally named as falling of the
womb. After a thorough eiamination the
doctors finally concluded she had intlamm
tion of the bladder, and changed their
treatment accordingly, but as before with- "
out helping her in the least. AVe at last
despaired of her ever being any better, and '
after expending an enormous amount of
money gave it up. But a little while ago
one of your pamphlets having been left at
mv house, and her svmntnms lu.inrr an ac
curately described therein, we concluded to
try your Safe Kidney and Liver Cure, and
I can truly state that after five vears of
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d. iL.i t 1 .. . -
Hung mat nas uone nor tne least (.ood.
Nncerely, G. E. Wood.
"I Advise all to Try It."
Leaveswouth. Kan.. April 16. 1880.
Messrs. H. II. AVarner & Co. :
1 have been troubled, more or less, for
the past six years with inflammation of the
bladder. About two years ago it assumed
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I consulted the best medical aid iu tho
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but only found temporary relief. I con
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and Liver Cure, and after taking only half
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now taken four bottles, and have experienced
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Supt. Brandon & Kirmcyer Brewing Co.
"The Best and Only Efficient."
C38 L. St., AV ABiiiMiTON.D. C, June 9.
H. II. AVarner & Co. :
Gentlemen I havo known of the rem
edy called Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver
Cure, andean personally testify to its effi
ciency in kidney and liver troubles. I can
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best and only efficient remedy for such
troubles ever brought before the public.
Yours, very truly,
Col.. John K. McCiitsNEY
part of the world at
those who have tried it and know lta