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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1, 18S0.
Aid tht ustal Partatlvea, U pleasant to take,
At.H will ptf.c at f.ur Hi mml potent ur.il haruilfxi
krMem Krllnvitlor anil iranM-r thai hw Jwl
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tlon. HlllousnrM, HriMlaehv, IMIra. ui'J oil
tU'O.rwi aru-ntj hum an vttUutltit tlntr ,J Iht iitlrm,
it ) iucooiitUy thvtcat rfnllr(iut. Ati.i'l irj
iLt n. ; inial mi im-miiii! Oil. aiiii-li 0l I, r.
THOPM-rKI IT LI V4TIVK put up In
ti'bii-'i tm u.ir. ,uljf. I'tic ui oiiii, Ak to'ir
lt Uiipln Faiiitililct, ;t xidicw Hie i io-
ti.iw, J. E. HKTIIKKINOTM;,
It, f'ik 1 l,'u:r, .'.ev. V. ik.
BtfOHt pjftCHis ng ANY FORM or So-Cnuo
Pf4, rr At' l.trjo Frifflforur- N-rvou " iiri.i
KiH-fiMJ UifaM's to tlx- H I.VKilM At MKK
OAl.VAMC" '., NVw Yrk, S. Y., in -ifii.ftti, ',, ..r
fui Krim, fid., fir fli.-ir l'sWiiHiN-t ni
"Til Klcti r J',. vi. W,M ttr-t t vull iv- ftmt, health
ki (1 m ,n'. Ti' K'i. f . Wi- th ow't,- 'i ftl-r m
':ut Lnuiic A I'lui,'. on tit Aiiiiit r"i,itiiiifc
Crowned with Success.
The Black Medicine
Ii a PURGATIVE that t&nd un-l
riTEled, tt acta on the BOWELS,
clean the BLOOD, parifiea the
YSTEMwid regulate the LIVER
unuie any ouier remedy known.
Foa Sali bt all Dbcgoisii,
Priee SO Ctnu and l.OO,
A SEVER-FA!llfi3 REMEDY
For Chilis end Fevsr, Eiiicus and In
termittent Fever:-: D:mb Ague,
f-r.d a!! Va!r.riD.! Diseases,
Htop takinz rtoi; drug.!
(top taking dcaf-'irotiurlu!; uifclot
flop taking I oi. -UeFtro) in Mefcuryl
Ntop taking duiiReroi; I'oiMintt
CUuaJan Curr r-oatuln i no tJuUilnel
Standard Cure contain bo Mercury I
Standard Curr contain, no I'oiaon.l
htamlaril t ore Ii pleasant to take I
PltlCK 50 CENTS l'KR BOX.
Standard Cure Co,l!4 Nassau st.N.Y,
And by DrogeUu.
v'llt 4 T
1 14 Ho-s, 4 ixt rwds OM.V
IANoS i!2" a: i
fr-f. Adtlrf JjAMEL i".
tir'.j. Whinon. N.J.
TAVllR. All t)trotiH)f fmilT i me oi TAY
I lliirill rwrive ibtrn-rtiLg ititl vn nati! 111
formstlon Ay M-mlinir atidn'r to J . K1KK TAY
LUK, Jerwv City. N J.
T" J Lowi-dt jirlren tvt-r known
W 1 on Ilriwli-I.ouili-M, rit!r
V ,.. 4 II ......
"u IM 'l ' I
; lur 5 Shot C inn
Ht ciri'i.tij' f dec-ed prii-e
St ud Hump fi r our New i-
huritui CUnlofUe (ll. I. A SL.
Mam utret'l Cln citiDati
'ri'fl. (I'nlon !
Hct ca,'lrjt or I'lirlor ortar." in
I the world, winners of bliiln-Hdii1-
tinrtii.L at tvi-rr (treat World
Exlilbitlon (or thirtwn yar.
I Hricm.f'il, f X7, fM. lu- to
I Vkl tod nprj. Forraryptiy
nifiiu. J'l.ib a quarter and np
I ward. Catttiotruci" fri'e. MA'ON
I Hamlin Urt'iin 0. 154 Trt
I moolrtrvvt. Il'irtnti;4ii KkI lllh
quHre.) New York, Yii WKliafli
M AJL T
The New Food .
Malt Bitters Company.
THERE In no urt'ati-r Blood Producer and life
uUiio)ni principle in the world of food or
medicine than MALT BITTEKS, prepured from
I'ofermentrd Malt. Hop and tJniDlno. Ihev feed
ttiehodvand the drain, enrich tbc blood. HolUlIfy
t lie boiien, tardun the muf clef, timet the nerv- a,
hecr the mind, perfect dlcf'iluu. regulate the
Mnmarn and bowelR, rlenne the liver and kl'lneif,
and vitalize with new life every fluid of thu body.
Beware of lniltntlouK similarly named. Look fr
the COMPANY'S KIONITUBK which aiipeara
plainly on the label of every bottle, fold every
where. MALT MlfTKKS CO., Bonton, Ma.
Obtained for new invention', or for Improvements
on old ne ; for medical or other compound", trade
tnnrku and label. Caveat , Aixlitntneutu, ItiU-r
ferenc, Appealii. Suits for Infringement, and
all caeaarilni under the Pateut Law, prompt
ly attended to. Invention that have been
U fVl T V n y th" Potent Odlce may mill,
JiJCiil riV X rjU n mn caeea, be patented by
rj. Beln oppoMte the U. 8. Patent I)ettartui:rit,
and engaged In Patent boMnea exclusively, we can
.ninke closer eearchcii, and socuru Patent! more
promptly, and with broader claiuti, tbau those w!io
are remote from Washington.
1 WV WiCrIVt UK l'nrt u n'll'l " ,k"tch f
111 f TJil AVJlOyour devleet wo make ex
amlnatlon nnd advlsu a to patentability, free of
charge. All correspondence strictly roufldetitlal.
Prices low, and no charge nnless Paiatit l-secured.
We rofer In Wafhlngton, to lion Postmnster
Oenorul .1). M. Key, Kev. K. U.Power The Oermiin
American National Bank, to official In the V, H.
Patent OfBce, and to Henators and Kepresenutlves
In C"ngrs: and especially to our client In every
BUte Id tli Union and In Canada. Addreii
O. A. SNOW tte OO.,
CppoMttPftt fit Office, WMblDCrtoD D. 0X
U U 1 J
TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
(ins Fowler ! Paduoah
Kldnrado ht I.oiui
Helena Kt Louis
Ste tlt-nvviive Memphli
Bigley , N'w Orleans
Itobin and barge Ohio river
Joe Kinney Vickslmrg
tin Fowler Padur.ah
Rubin and barges ,...St Louis
Joe Kinney St I.ouli
4te tii uevleve .... St Laul
Jos H Itlgley St LoulS
Five feet seven inclies is reporteil at
The Colorado ttdUed largely for Mem
pliis lust ni.;ljt.
The Golden Crown will follon the Golden
Rule to New Orleans.
The Golden liule sas to h-ave Cincinnati
Tuesday for New Orleans.
The Silver had not anived at 0 p. ui.
yesterday. She was probably d"tained by
The Stv. (Jenevicvfpa.-H'd np twenty-lour
houra behind tune. She took nothing
Ike Cooper, an old river clerk, was a pas
senger on the Helena for Delta, La., where
he has seeurod a situation for the winter.
Old Chohra Medicine and his little
Hi 1 tm m got off for 0eeola last night,
with a big trip of thicken feed for the
The clerk of the Paris C. Brown went
down the river in a bkiff, in advance of the
loat, hunting pawpaws. He is exacted
Uck in a few days.
"And be it understood'' that the river de
partment of the Cincinnati Knquircr in
charge ol P. A. Lallance, is the most elabo
rate institution of the kind in circulation.
J. S. Shallcre-ss, of Louisville, lias secured
the contract from Col. Merrill to remove
the obrruCion from Grand Chain. It will
take about ur months to complete the
The Joe Kinney parsed up at 10 a. m.
yesterday. lLc lost Dine hours in the fog.
Her officers report the W. P. Ilalliday
aground at Bass' Landing since Sunday
night. The Kinney pulled her off, but a
line becoming entangled in one of her
wheels, the machinery became disarranged,
and she drifted back on the bar, where she
remained when the Kinney left.
John Grifleth, formerly clerk of the
steamer Pittsburg, will be associated with
Hunter Ben Jenkins in the steamboat,
agency business at St. Louis. John w ill Ik;
a valuable addition to the craft at St.
Louis, and Capt Jenkins has been fortunate
in obtaining so popular a partner. Mr.
Griffeth is on the Eldorado for one trip
The Idlewild finding it impossible to get
higher than Rose Claire, by reason of low
water, leturned from there, exchanging
trips with the J. V. Throop. She will
during the low water meet the C. N. Davis
and Throop trom Evansvillc, at Rose Claire,
and do the lower Ohio business, arriving
here every dny. Capt. Howard reports ''
inches at Caseyville; a fine show for the
Cincinnati boats en route for Cuiro.
The Cairo Prices Current.
Office Waihington Avenue,
Thi Ciino Piuris CrBRT is published every
Tuesday and Friday from the office of Thi Cahio
BtnxETiM, and ! Intended to give a true report of
the condition of the market on day of publication,
and the phbllsher trust that full and complete
quotations will be firm ty the business men of the
TERMS. One cent per copy. On all orders of
S or more, of same date, the subscriber's name
will be printed without extra charge. Orders for
extra copies mr.rt be received by 10 o'clock a. ..
on dav f publication.
Turns day Evk.nino, Sept. .'10, 1 ySO.
The weather is clear, cool and pleasant
again, after a week of clouds and rain
We have had no frosts as yet, notwith
standing the predictions of locnl weather
prophets. The nights are, however, cool
enough for frost, and fires are not at all
Business is moderately active in all
branches of trade. Our reports of corn
sold does not by any means comprise the
amount handled at Cairo. Dealers find
that they can obtain their supplies at better
advantage at points below and opposite
Cairo, than by consignments from the
north, and they fill their orders from those
points, thereby making sales of hundred,
of car loads that should, but never do ap
pear in reports of corn transactions in this
FLOUR Quiet and firm. Trices rule
unchanged and stocks ample. J
HAY There is a steady demand for
good bay, but common is neglected. Re-
cipts are fair, and mostly ofchoico grades.
CORN TIih demand is Btcady, but
recoipts are small and stock very light.
OATS Steady, fair demand and good
MEAL Steady and unchanged.
BRAN Scarce and firm Ht previous quo
BUTTER Receipts are liberal and stock
EGGS The market is fairly supplied,
and the demand is good,
POULTRY Steady ami unchanged.
The demand Is for choice larp;e spring
chickens and choice hens.
ONIONS Steady at fl.OO.
APPLES Plenty coming in. The in
quiry is mostly for Ben Davis and other
POTATOES There is considerable in
quiry for bulk potatoes at 4'jc per bushel,
and few in market.
CABBAGE-Ready sale at 7(ic per
head by crate.
Sales and Quotations.
NOTE. The urices here given are lor sale from
first hanfls lu round lots. An advance !
charged for broken lot in lilllnconlers.
W hhls family 4 tiO
400 bbl Various..... 4 0o& Vl
XXX ... ;t rr
W " Country fany -4 90
lil " choice, delivered IDI
Id tar choice Timothy ir fiO
4 firs choice mixed W J0
4 curs prime. Timothy 14 00
'i cars i hoice Ittd Toj U 00
4 cars mixedln sacks 4424
3 cars mixed, bulk 41
Stars white, hulk 43
5 cars choice in bu'.k V,
'i carelH'bt iu balk 3'i
3 car. In racks
00 bblefity S 10
1 crin sacks WJa
tubs Northern" SiftlS
10 package.lllinoi IS&Ji
a o lh choice tortnern iMtt-")
10 tubs choice IMj.J'i
10 ta1'! choice Illinois
Live, ptrdoz r, 0i7 fi
50 dozen iprtng (j
5 roops mixed 2 itfl.-i 50
4 coops choice bens Ui
50 craves 7jg
per hbl 3f"33 0S
Per bushel , si oy
.) bbls Belle Flower 1 V.GW do
:v Dbls varieties si r-j 0(
10 Tierces (,.4
Hreaktast 10 no
8. C. Hams, canvassed 11 Ooftn 50
t'learsmes M 10 OOJJ10 U5
Clear Kin Hides ... cone
St. Johns ti
Ohio Kiver ....none
9 ounce burlaps. 2U bushc
Oat sacks, ti bushels
Peaches, halves and quarters 4't4
Apples, bright 3stt3
Choice navy ji
Choice medium 1 00
Cream , , :0
Dry Flint ... vfl
Dry Salt 15
(irecn Salt... ....7ja
Common Lug j on3 50
Good lugs n (P05J 4 Ni
Low Leaf. 4 OlKij 5 W
Hood Leaf. 7 fmfj u i
Medium Leaf 5 Joj 7 UO
RATES OF FREIGHT.
Memphif New Orleans Way
11 eta 1 jets -ZIK cm
a " " 7vi cm
1 " 4'. " 45 Ctl
40 " 60 t7H Ctl
Oratn per Cwt
liny per Cwt
Flour per hbl
Pork per bbl
The Simplest, Surest and Most Reliable
Pure Distilled Extractor WITCH HAZEL,
Carefully prepared; Thoronghly reliable; Full
strength: and equal In atxo of bottle to any made.
Care sprain, 6mlMe, "welling, dialing, cuts,
wouuds, burns, scald, scald-head, plica, suit rheum
skin eruptions, sorooyei, soro mouth, nenralgla,
Inrlaminatory swellliifis, sore throat and for aching
pain H Is undoubtedly the groatesl healing prepar
tlou ever used. Numerous testimonial, can bo
procured If desired. ,
Bix ounce bottle cents; pint bottles, DO cents 1
tHH.I I . I .) t
The ertraordluary effect of this Iluchu. as tire
pared bylJr. Hnvilock, upon the Kidney, iind I'rl
uarv Organs Is without a perall I lu thu history of
mullein.-, and its remilu furflieyond any of the
Kidney remedied of Hie day. It stimulates Diges
tion adds tone to the svtvm. Invigorate, the He
blllluted. nnd is infallible for the cure of Dia-ln-te.
In its worn! form.
One trial of a tuu-poonfiil iu a wine-glass of
water will ronvtnru the niort i.eeptlcnl within from
ten to twenty minutes.
Disorder of the Kidneys.
In all diseases affecting these organs, whether
they sccrvte too much or too little water, or
whether they be allllcted with wtoneor gravel, or
with achr- and pains settled in the loins oyer the
region of the kidneys.
Will give almost Immediate relief, when all other
means have tailed. Hie mort pom-rttil existing
medietas lor the cure uf female complaints. Fifty
years cxperleneelncoutet-tably proves this remedy
unrivalled forthc disorders Incidental to the female
ex. No fumilvshoiild newltboiit it. and it may be
takin by young or old. us it will restore health when
every other means prove unsuccessful.
To the stonmeh wetraeedyspensia.beadarhc and
general debility to the liver, bile, jaundice, aud
yellow fever; to the bowels, diarrhoea, dysuutary,
constipation, piles, and nmula: to the lungs, con
sumption, etc.; to the blood, scrofula, roirvy,
and all cutaneous eruptions. By keeping these
organsand vita' fluid pure and healthy we may
safely defy the attacks of disease, and no medicine
jet prepared for this purpose can equal the ac
HEAR WHAT IS SAID.
"It has made me a new man."
"Dr. llaydock's Buchu has Increased my weight
"My wife would nbt be without ItCfor any
"Our little boy is much better, I etclofe one
dollar for another bottle."
"I find It as easy to take as milk "
"We have sold thirteen bottles this week, and
shall want three dozen next order."
"My morning agony Is gone thank to your
Want of space compels me to conclude.
Auy invalid or sufferer attictea w ith any Kidney
disorder who will write me as to their complaint,
will he treated humanely and kindly. It is m
mo earnest desire to investigate all forms of
Diabetes, anclto give relief at all limes, llyouare
too poor to purchase, write me any way, and your
case will have immediate attention.
Observe that the signature of Jos. Ilnydock is
across the mouth ot each bottle.
Price One dollar for large, and fifty cents for
7 Dey Street, New York.
( AV. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
constantly on hand
At Seventy-five cents per load.
Stave Trim mines
At one dollar per load.
The "trimmings" are coarse shavings and make
the best summer w ood for cooking purposes as well
ae the cheapest ever sold In Cairo. For black
mith'B use In setting tires, they are unequalled.
Leave your orders at the Tenth street wood yard
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE V15 STATES.
On and after Monday, June 7th. and until lurtber
notice the ferryboat will make trips as follows:
LKAVX8 LEAVER LEAVES
Fot Fourth st. Missouri Laud'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
7:n0a. m. 7:30 a.m. Ha. m.
8:U0a. iu, f):30a. m. 10 a. m.
11:00 a. m. ll:.Ka. ra. l'J:00m.
i:ip. m. 2::mp. m. S p.m.
4:00 p.m. :00p.m. 5;) p.m.
2 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 3 p. m
YOCUM tfe BRODERICK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
CAIRO - - ILLS
t t IIMINN . . tl(SIl(
Eclectric eolectkio Eclectric
Oil. oil. oil.
WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD.
CUKES, CUKES, CURES
Rheumatism, Coughs aud Colds
Croup, 'Croup, Croup
Sold by all Druggists. PRICE 50 cents and $1.00.
Co to PAUL G. SCIIUII, Druggist, Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Freemans' New National
Dyes. For brightness and durability of color are unequalled. Color from 2 to 5
pounds, price 13 cents.
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OF JOB WOKK DONE TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo, - - Illinois.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
rpHE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. HALLIDAY, President.
It. L. IIALLIDAY, Vice-President.
TH03. W, HALLIDAY, Cashier.
. STAATI TAYLOR, W. P. HALLIDAY,
B1NKT L. HALUVAY, B, B. OlrNNINOHAM,
. D. WOJOAIIDON, RTIPUIN 1IHD,
a. B. CAWDEI.
Exchange, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND BOLD.
Dtjpoalurtctfrtd tad geatral tanking business
III. ::::::::::::: t-:
' ,.( .a(Vf.
1 . ..... a
Coughs aud Colds
Coujrhs and Colds
QHIO & MISSISSIPPI R1r
TIME TABLE OF rAS8ENGF.il TRAINS FROM
VINCENNES (N07. 30, 187!).)
No. 2 Day Express (Except Sunday).... 1:30 p. m..
' K Epress I Except Sunday) l:S5p. m.
" 4 Night Express (Dally) 12:30a. m.
No. S Express (Except Sunday) 6:05 a.m.
" 1 l)uy Express (Except Sunday).. .a:50p,m.
" 3 Nlk'ht Express (Daily) 1:'J5 a. m.
J.R. Clakk. C. S. Conk, Jr.,
Agent Viucennca. Gen. Ticket A n't Cincinnati
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
II. W. SMITIIKUS, Keceiver.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN '
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Thronph Express leaves Cairo 8:4.1 a.m.
Through Expre.sarrives at E. St. Louis:, 5:00 p.m.
ThrouKh Express leaves E. Ht. Louis.... 9:00a.m.
Through Express arrives at Cairo 5:10 p.m.
Murphysboroaccommodationleavee Cairo 1 :30 p.m.
Mn'physboro Acc.arrives-at Murphysboro ":Mp m.
Murphyshoro Acc. leaves Murphysboro .. 5:00a.m.
X urphysboro Acc. arrive, at Cairo 11 :SS a.m.
The Cairo A St. Louis Rail Road Is the only all
Rail Route between Cairo and St. Lou la under one
management, therefore there are no delay, at
way station, awaiting connections from other line..
Close and sure connections at Si. Louis with other
line, for North, East and West.
L.M. JOHN SON. .
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Only Line Running
O DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Connection
Trains Leave Cairo:
3:1 5 h in. Mail,
Arriving In St. Loul. 9:45 a.m.; Chicago. 8:30 p.m.;
connecting at uuin anu Kmnghara ror lncu
null, Louisville, lndlauapoli. aud points East.
11:1C) inn. Ht. Iouisj and Western
Arriving In St. Lou It 7:05 p, m., and connecting
or an point. v est.
4:!20 n.m. Kant Bxnrot.
For St. I.ouls and Chicago, arriving at St. Loult
iu:w p.m., ami Lnicugo7:w a.m
4:VJO p.m. Cincinnati Kxpreis.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Louis vill. 7:90
a.m.; Indianapolis :w a.m. rarsengert nr
this train reach the above point. Xli to 3ti
UOl : KS in advance or any other route. .
rrTho4:20 p. m. expre.t hat PULI.MAK
SLEEPINU CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
change., and through sleepers to Bt. to nit and
Fast Time East.
Pa ccan rrn vu n7 lul ll,ie (to through to RatU
I ttaCllL.l ln era Dolntt without ab dlar
caused by Nunday Intervening. Tbt Satnrday afl.N
noon train from Cairo trrlvet in new York Monday
morning at 10:35. Thlrtj-tli hour In advoac.bf
any oth.r route,
n-Kor through ticket and rorthar lnformatinn.
apply at Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo. t
JAs. JOHNSON. J. H. JOtfXfl. ,
Gen. Southern AaenL ' ticktt kar
A. H . HAN SUM. Gen. Pott, A(nt. taltfr