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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 30, 1880.
And the usual Purgatives, Is pleasant to take
And will prove at onco tho most poti nt and harm
less 8ytem Renovator and cleansur that ha yet
IVT.? "rouKht to public notice. Kor Constipation,
BUI ousne.a, Headache, J'lles, and all disorder
artlng from an obstructed (tali; of tho sy.teu. It
Intuu parably the best curative extant. Avoid
Imitation; Insist on petting the article called for.
'I KOHcKRl IT LAX ATI VK la put up in nron.
cd tlu boxetonly. 1'rkeMicent. Askyourdrtig
gist for descriptive pamphlet, oraddn-s the pro
prietor, J. K. HET1IKK1N(T0N,
:j I'ftrk I'lace, New York.
Before iiiu'tliasiiiff any form of So-called
Bund, or Apal'ance represented to euro nervous,
chronic and special diseases, vend to the I'l'LVEK
MACIIEKOALVANlClO., New York. N. Y..
Cincinnati. O . or San Krancl.co, Cal., for their
FREE pamphlet and "The Electric Review" and
you will save time, health and money. The P. .
CO. are the only di-aler In 1,'eiiulue Electric Appli
ances ou the Auierl an continent.
A Speedv ami ttlecttial Cure,
Perrv Davis' Pain-Killer
Hail Hood t!.e ten of FORTY YEARS' trial.
Directions w ith each Dottle.
HOLD IIY ALL DKLTCi CJ IS 1H.
V VTTtM 1 1 LOCAL AOENTh everywhere
1 1 . l 1 li I J . t0 ,tll Xta, toffee, Raking Row-
iTThiTorHiTTTiract. etc., by amp!'. to fami
lies Priitlt v(. Outfit fre. J'i-OI'LE'b TEA
CO., Jlox 'JVK M. l.onls. Mo
l IX M'-s. 4 si-ts re!( ONLY
IT AllO PIAN'-S up Paper
fr.-e. Addree. IiANIEL F.
Btatty, ahi:.t;'ii, N.J.
TAYLOR. -Ail peror.of family name oi TAY
I Dor will ri.clve ttti ri tjiig and taluaMe In
fi.m,a!lon ily sending address U J. KlhK TAY
LOH. Jertey City, N J,
Lowe: prices ever known
n lireerh-Loaden, rifle
1 I I 1 Ilk JOur S15 hot Gun
' at Oreatly reduced price.
end tamp for our New Il
lustrated Ca'alogue il)) V . Powell A. Son,
.Vaiii street Cincinnati
t A Ci V I Het ca'iinet or rarlor organs In
-'1 VOVl j (ie word, winner of higln-st dis-
I tlnction at every (treat World
I Lxniniuon lr unrieen year
I Price. t-M, '7, f". ?M. $lo to
TT 4 If T TV 1 nil upward Foreasypay
Jl.'LJllil.l uienta. J.. a quarter and tip-
I ward, Cia.ogue. fret-. M.WjN
YC I t Hamlin Urtan CO.. 14 Tre
t HJ . .? j montctreet. lioeton; V Et Hth
atreet. (1'nlon Rjaare.; New York, Mi Wabarb
M A.L T
Tlie New Food
Malt Bitters Company.
B I T T E H S.
THWtEia no frrater Blol Prducer and life
omaiLlnir brinclbie In the world ol food or
u.edleiae than MALT WTTEK!. prepared from
l ufernienu d Malt. Hopi and yulnlue. They feed
tbei-odvand tue brain, ei.ncb the blood, eoiidify
tbe txinr. harden the mutclee. nuiet the uerv .
Cbeer the tnitnl. perlrct dieeatiun. regulate the
toraa h and loweI, tlene the liver and kidney,
and vitalize with new life every fluid of the body.
Beware of Initiations almi'arlv named, Lok f r
the COMPANY'S M.NH'll!E which appear!
plainly on the label of eyerv bottle, hold every
where. MALT liriTEP.S CO.. lioton, Macs.
(Formerly Dr. Craig' Kidney Cure.)
A vegetable preparation and the onlvnre remedy
In tbe world for BKIwllT'S DISEASE. HIABETES
and ALL KIDNEY, LIYKK and URINARY DIS
EASE. ff Tetlinonl!i of the b.!!net order in proof of
wrKorthccurcof DIABETES, call for WAR
NEK'S SAKE DIARETES CI RE.
tfpor the enre of HHIdllT'S and the other dic
eaei. call for WARNER'S SAKE KIDNEY and
LIVER CL lib.
Keinedies are sold
liv Jrmririst!i anil
Dealers in Medicine
k II. II. WARNER 4 CO.,
I IUk'HEptir, New York.
fTfrSend for Pamphlet
Obtained for new Invention, or for Improvement
on old ne; for medical or other compound, trade
mark" and label. Caveat, AMlpnmeDt. Inter
ferencc. Appeal. Sail for Infringement, and
all case arising under thh Patent Law, prompt
ly attended to. Invention that have been
1J V 1 tfPTVTi by tho Patent Office may Mill.
HLi) jJ in most case, be patented by
o Belnf opposite tho U. 8. Patent Department,
and enaaited In Patent bnslne eicluslvcly. we can
make closer carche, and ecure Patent more
promptly, tnd with broader claim, than those who
are remote from Washtnirton.
T WL'VTfiPU ut"1 model orketch f
111 Viil lUJVOyonr device; we make ex
amination and advle a to patentability, free of
rharge. All corrcapondenr.e Mrictly confidential.
I'nce low, and no charge unle PaUint i-ecurd.
We refer In Waablnirton, to lion PoMmaner
General D. M. Key, Kev, F. D.Power The German
American National Rank, to official In the U. b.
Patent Office, and to Senator and Representative
Id Ongre: and especially to our client in every
Btate lu the union and in Canada. Addrei
O. A. SNOW & CO..
Cpuoslte Pat nt Office. Washington D. C
A WEEK in vonr own town, and no
capital risked Yon cau give tb
bualneat a trial without expense.
The beet opportunlt vcr offered foi
those willing to work, i on should
try nuihinirelse till von see for vonr
I If what you can do at the business wo offer. No
loom to explain here. You can devoto ail your
time or only your par time to tho bnaine, r.
make great pay for every hour that too work
Women mnku a much a men. Heud for special
private term nd particulars, which we mail Iree,
outfit free. Don't complain or bard time wnue
ou Olive niucna cnauca.Auunaa u. iialILJ i
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
u Fowler Padunah
tiolden City Bt Loul
Kcbenck ...New Orlean
Maude Hi Lonl
John Mean u New Orleana
Vint ShlHkle Memphla
EM Norton. HtLoull
Ou rowler I'aducah
(.olden City New Orleana
I' P Hchem k m ...Cincinnati
,lno B Mimde Ylsckburi;
John Means St Loul
Vint Shinkle Memphia
E M Norton , bl Louis
The ldlewild liad a light- trip.
The Maude had a big trip tor Memphis.
The Golden City added two hundred tons
Tiie City of Helena was well loaded for
Cajit. J. M. Phillips left for Chicago yes
Chas. M. Howe returned yesterday, but
left his tamily in the far north.
The Eldorado passed up the Ohio yester
day. John Griffith, formerly of the Pitts
burg, is officiating in the office, during the
absence of Frank Shank, who took the re
muins of his father to Cincinnati for burial.
Mary Anderson says she will not be mar
ried, and the young man in the case will
have to keep on supporting himself for a
The St. Louis papers are telling about a
rmiantie young lady of that city who don
ned male attire and joined the army, tihe
was detected by her footprint.
Education is advancing with majestic
strides, and every year the attainment ot a
dijiolma at our tirst-class institutions of
learning is becoming more difficult. Lawn
tennis has been added to the course at
In Algeria 'embroidered slippers are
placed against the wall as receptacals for
cards and notes. In this country they are
used as bait tor unmarried preachers. No
man should be w ithout a pair of slippers
made by admiring female relatives. Some
day he may be able to trade them for anoth
er pair that will fitjhim.
This domestic little story is told about
the Princess of Whales when at Sandring
ham (one of her country residences) : She
has little tea parties for which she makes
the butter in a silver churn, and spreads it
on slices of bread which she cuts with her
own hands.'' Just think of a Princess cut
ting her ow n bread and spreading her own
butter! Besides this, she wears a chintz
dress and a little white apron.
"Here is a sketch," said the poet,
Unto the editor gray,
"That I tossed me off in an idle hour
To pass the time away.
"Here is a club,1 was the answer,
In a bland and smiling way,
"With which I frequently toss me off
J?ix poets in a day.''
Folk Lore in Chicago.
Th&r waz a statsman. His colarwaslC
and His hat was 5. He went to a metin to
orate. He said "ax me a question if you
want to no.'1 o when he was a swetin
under Lis shirt a man hollered and he said,
"Wot is tarif ano way?" And the statsraan
he larfed kinder short, and he sed, "I want
no fool around me. I am a b-a-d man, and
cary a kane." So he gave his kane a whirl j
an laid it on the table. Then this ortul i
man down among the spitons sed
again, "How much is tariff a peck, any
wayf" An the statsman sed, real hot, "I
am a free man, and I wont be adjourned, so
I demand the law.'' An then the law,
(Iresed as a polishman, got the orful man
by the back hold an took, him to the Ka
boze. An when in the kaboze he did not
ax any more tarif questions, but fot the
cokroches all night. An the staUman went
home with his kane. Small Boy,
We are glad to notice that the white
winged dove of peace is still hovering over
Texas, and that the coarse language for
merly indulged in by the journalists of
that state in speaking of each other has
been discarded, and honeyed words like
the following, which is clipped from the
Austin Dispatch, of September 1C: "There
are a pair of curs, one a little red spaniel,
the other of the board-yard species, run
ning or trying to run something they call a
newspaper in this city. For some time
they have been barking at us frantically m
the hope that we would review their punj
attempts to annoy us. We beg to inform
them that, while the ravings ot a maniac
are sometimes dangerous, the Larking of
such curs- is perfectly harmless. If the
brainless apes who are publishing a patent
inside near the postofflce in this city admit
the scribbliugs of a cowardly slanderer
into their filthy columns in the hope that
we will enter into a controversy with them,
they are mistaken. We never waste our
powder on buzzards, but reserve it for more
Mariners and travellers speak in
high terms ot the preventive and remedial
properties of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, a
medicine peculiarly adapted to the wants of
those called upon to experience the vicissi
tudes ol climate, thf inclemency of the
weather.the hardships ot a sea-faring or out-of-door
life, or the dangers of malarial or
otherwise pestilential atmosphere. A small
quantity of this agreeable tonic nullifies
impurities in water, and fortifies the stom
ach against the consequence of an un
htilthy or unaccustomed diet. It also ena
bles tho constitution to bear up unharmed
against unhealthy climatic influences, and
the system to sustain, unimparcd in health
and vigor, the fatigues of travelling. Emi
grants, tourists, miners and others who have
thoroughly tested the efficady of the article,
declare it to bo a sovereign preservative of
health under condition most untavorable.
HOW'S TIIE BABY.
"How's the baby?" His croup is better
tli in morning, thank yon, wo gave him some
Thomas' Electric Oil as you advised, doc
tor, and slinll give him some more in en
hour or so." Next day the doctor pro
nounced the youngster cured.
Paul G. Scncn, Druggist.
"TO BE, OR NOT TO BE."
"To be, or not to bo" that is the question,
whether to suffer from a desensed system
and continuous impurities of our blood, or
to take Spring Blossom and become a wel
come and respectable member of society.
Price, 60c; trial bottles 10c.
"Re-fol-do Riddle! How well I feel I"
Chirped an elderly bachelor t'other morn
ing. "That Thomas' Eclectric Oil seems
to have cured my lumbago completely. I
feel rh if I wf-rn vnuncr atrain and believe
I'll ask the widow to have me." He did so,
was accepted and is now tho happy parent
of a flno boy.
Paul G. Scncn, Druggist.
The Weekly Bulletin.
PUBLISHED OX MONDAY
FORTY -EIOHT COLUMNS
S2.00 Per Annum
iTke Weekly Bulletin.
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The extraordinary effect of this Uuchtt, a pre
pared by llr. Havdock, upon the Kidneys and Uri
nary Organs Is without a nerallel in the history of
medicine, and It remit farjbeyond any of tho
Kidney remedies of the day. It stimulate Dilu
tion adds tone to the system, lnviporate the He.
billtated, and is infallible for the cure of Dia
betes in its worst form.
One trial of a teaspoonful In a wine-class of
water will convince the most kt'eptical within from
ten to twenty minutes.
Disorder of the Kidneys.
In all disease affecting these organs, whether
they secrete too much or too lillle water, or
whether they be aflllcted wlih ttone or irruvel. or
with aches and pains settled In the loins oyer the
region of the kidneys.
Will clve almost immediate relief, when all other
mean have failed. The moi-t powerful existing
medicins for the cure of female complaint. Fifty
years experienceincontestabiv proves this remedy
unrivalled forthe disorders incidental to the fi-male
sex. No family should Den it bout It. and It may be
taken by young orold, as it will restore health when
every other means prove unsuccessful.
To the stomach we trace dyspepsia, headache and
ceneral debility to the liver, bile, jaundice, and
yellow fever; to the bowels, diarrhoea, dyseutary,
constipation, piles, ana nsiuia: to tue lungs, con
sumoiion. etc.: to the blood, scrofula, scurvy
and all cutaneous eruptions. By keeping these
organs and vita' fluid pure and healthy we. may
safely defy the attacks of dlf ease, and no medlclcc
jet prepared lor mi purpose cau equal tue ac
HEAR WHAT IS SAID.
"It ha made meanew man."
"Dr. Ilaydoek'a Bucha has Increased my weight
"My wife would not be without ItCfor any
"Our little boy is much better, I cncloee one
collar for anotner Dottle.
"I find it as e8y to take as milk "
"We have sold thirteen bottle this we':k, and
shall want three dozen next order.
"My morning agony is gone thanks to your
Want of space compels me to conclude.
Anv invalid or sufferer atlictea with any Kidney
d isorder who will write me a to their complaint,
will be treated humanely and klndiv. It is inv
most earnest desire to investigate all forms of
Diabetes, and to (rive relief at all times. It you are
too poor to purcbate. write me any way, ana your
case win nave immediate attentiou.
C A U T I 0 N.
Observe thst the signature of Jos. Haydsck i
across the mouth ol each bottle.
Price One dollar for larue, and fifty cent for
HAYDOCK & Co.,
7 Pey Street, New York.
Q W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
constantly on hand
At Seventy-five cents per load.
At one dollar per load.
The "tr!mmlnp"re coarse shaving and niako
tne bet rummer wooa ror cooking purpose as wen
a the cheapest ever o)d in Cairo. For black
smith's use in seUInu tire, they are nnequalled.
Leave your order at tbe Tenth street wood yard
QAIRO CIT FERRY CO.
On and after Monday, June Ttb, and nntll lurther
notice the ferryboat will make trip a follow:
LtiVKft LSAVIS IKAVZS
Foet Fourth t. Missouri Land'R. Kentucky Ld'g.
7:00 a.m. 7:an a. m. K a. m.
9:00 a. to, :S0a. m. 10 a. m.
ll:OOa.m. 11:80 a. m, U:oOm.
H:M p. ra. p. m, 3 p m.
4:u0p. m. 5:00 p.m. 5;iWp.m.
2 p.m. 2:80 p.m. Sp.m
YOCUM & BRQDERICK,
- Dealers in
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
OAIKO - - ILLS
1... II I Iff i niTilTrr - i i iw , it
a aujju, auiiui, uaiuu, ills.-"::"""
-a . I ' V- J- J.IJ.V
Oil. oil. oiL
WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD.
CURES j CUKES, CURES
Rheumatism, Coughs and
Croup, Croup, Croup
Sold by all Druggists. PRICE .50 cents and 1.00.
Go to PAUL G. SCIIUII, Druggist, Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Frecmans' New National
Dyes. For brightness and durability of color are unequalled. Color from 2 to 5
pounds, price 15 cents.
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR. GRAIN A'D HAY
Hiarhest Cash Price Paid for Whet.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KISD9 OF JOB WORK DONE TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo, - - Illinois,
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOEESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD YERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1EK & CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth street and f1.iiitn Til
Commercial Avenue. J vtmvj .
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIFPINO.
Car Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leyee,
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QHIO & MISSISSIPPI R'y.
TIME TABLE OF PASSENGER TRAINS FROM
VINCENNEB (N07. 30, 1879.)
No. 2 Day Exprc (Except Sunday).... 1:30 p. m.
8 Epress (Except Suuday) 1:35p.m..
V 4 Night Express (Daily) li:30a. m.
No. 5 Express (Except Sunday) 6:05 a. m.
" l Day nxpress (hxcent Sunday)... . 2:S) p. m.
" 3 ML'Ut express (iuiiy) i:a
J. R. Clark,
C. S. Conb, Jr.,
Gen. Ticket Ag't Cincinnati
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
n n r, " "ni n rr- '.t
IX. W. 8MITHER8, Receiver.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
' CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
7 hrnnffh Fnppaa t.vn. Pnirn. . . . a-Jn
Through Expressarrive at E. St, Loul.. S.'Oup.m.
Through Express leave E. St. Louie.... 9:00 a.m.
Through Express arrives at Cairo 5:10 p.m.
Mnrphysboroaccommodationleave Cairo 1 :30 p.m.
M u' physboro Acc. arrives.at Murphysboro 7 :50 p.m.
Murphyshoro Acc. leaves Murphyshoro. .. 5:00 a.m.
Murphvsboro Acc. arrive at Cairo 11 :S5 a.m.
The Cairo & St. Loni Rail Road 1 the only all
Rail Route between Cairo and St. Loul under one
management, therefore there are no delay at
way stations awaiting connection from other line..
Close and sure connections at St. Lonje with other
lines for North, East and West.
JLLLOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Only Line Running
O DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Connection
TrtAiN Lbati Cairo:
3:10 am. Mail,
Arrlvlug In St. Loul 9:45 a.m.; C'hlcago,8:fp.m.;
connecting at uiun auu nimngnam ror Cincin
nati, Louisville, Indianapolis and point East.
11:. lO ti.m. St. IjOuIb and "Western
arriving In St. Loul 7 :0S p. m., and connecting
lor an poiun veet.
4:20 p.m. l'at Expremi.
For St. Louis and Chicago, arriving at St. Loul
iu:wp.m., ana CMcafc-o7:a) a.m.
4:I20 pm. Cincinnati Kxproai.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Louiaville 7:90
a.m.; inaiauapoii i;w a.m. rassengeri bv
this train reach the above point 1U to 3t
IluURS In advance of any other rout.
trThM:S0 r. m. exnrcs ha PULI.MAK
SLEEPING CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
change, and through deeper to St. fcoula aa4
Chicago. , -
Fast Time Eat.
Pflccon rrnru bT M linegothronghtoHart.
rilMeil;tI era point without any dalajr
cansed by Sunday intervening. The Saturday aft.r
noon tram from Cairo arrives in new York Monday
morning at 10:35. Thirty-! hour la advaaceof
any other route,
tfTFor through ticket and further information.
apply at Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo. .
JA8. JOHNSON, J. H. JONH.
Men . Southern Agent Ticket AftnU
A. D . HANSON, Uen. fait, Agent. Chlcage,