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The Black Medicine
! a PURCATIVE that standi un
rivaltd, it icta on the BOWELS,
elenM tLe BLOOD, purifiea the
8YSTEM, and regulate: the LIVER
unlike any other remedy known.
FoVAL BT ILL I)CGOI3IS.
Price SO Cent and tl.OO.
Al) 1 II M'n. 4 UK reed
AtS'!r.-f- DANIEL F.
M'AYLOK -Al! rnoi nf fai..!lv i,ii,i' oi TAY
J- liurvl'l ro i iH' lrm n l!iif hij'I vnl'iatii" it -furmittlon
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S'-nil flump f'.r our Ni'W I:
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I the wiiiiJ, ttlum-r of hlfhi-t di
I tii.r'inn a! i'i.ry prtrst Wmld
Kxlii'i.tlnn fi.r ttiirti'i-n jriarn.
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ri atiil tipwani Fur Ptpy pny
UK'utr. $':;) qinirttr hikI ti:i
Hunl, C'nU'.tiIU'ii ffi: MA'iN
V I A llrimiiii ()ri.'li .'. VA Tn
lU.ViiO i i.-.uiit "tr.'i t, liociiiL: 4ii Hum 1 lih
mrti't, rl'uioD i-'iuar.;.) uw York, 1 ',1 W!i
i I 1 I I 1 t y Wi' i.itil inr-'iu iu
I I I J I .tiuiiii fur the liirp i-t. chi i
v y lM K1J(1 tH'-n iMuMratcd
fitmlly pnlilicnliiin lu the
world. Any orif rnn Imorue mrri'hUul utri'UtJJ
(ix flutmil irk of art (thvn frtw to mticeriU'r.
t'litj price In to low that almost I'vi-ryhudy nti
crlt'n. Otif aL't-nt ri'piir: lakint; 1J1 nirifcrUifrf
1n a day. A lady airi'ut ri (Kir's niakinir $iil profit
In tun dnyf. All wboi-nirHiic niuKt'tiioiiry fuct. You
can diivote all vour timt; to the tmcinff cur only your
pare time. Yon need not tie away from home
ovrnliih. You can do it rll a nthrw. Full
direction and term free. EiciruM and expensive
cutfl t free. If. von want profitable work twi in
your uddre al owe. I! coct nutliii.s to fy tlm
niif !ne. No m wtin enjacep f.nl to make t'reat
tiny, Ad't: OEOlltiJi frTINM'N CO., J'ort
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The New Jfooil
Malt Bittkhs Company.
rrllEKEi no crt'Att'f Illood Troducer and life
I tiilalnlii principle In the world oi food or
inetiicine tnnn .iiali uiitbitn, prepnrea irom
I'uferinented Mult, Hops and Vnlultie. They feed
the body ami the brain, enrich the blood. olldlfy
the bone, harden the ratincle. quiet ho nerv.
cheer the mind, perfect diRetlon. regulate the
otumach nnd bowel. clene the liver and kidney,
and vltullzo with new Ufa every fluid of tho body.
Hewnre of Imitation "Itnllarlv named, Look for
the COMPANY'S SKiNITl'HK which appear
plainly on the label of every bottle. Sold every
where. MALT BITTEH9 CO., llottoo, Ma.
Obtained for now InvenMoo. or for ImprovemenU
on old one ; for medical or other compound!, trade
marks and label, Caveat, AaalKnmeata, Intur
ference, Appeal. Suit for Infringement, and
all caet artsliiR under the Patent Lawn, prompt
ly attended to. Invention that have been
llEjOrjjlIUUiamotiwvti bepatentod by
dj. Bell) If oppoalut the U. 8. Patent Detiartmont,
and uncaged in Patent buslnen exclusively, we can
make cloaer aearcbea, and securo Patenttmore
promptly, and with broader claim, than thoee who
are remote from n aahtORton.
I YVVNTOTii! "ni 01 "ode) ortketch f
lri V Till A vXVO your dovicet wa make ex
amination and advl a to patentability, free of
churne. All correspondence strictly confidential.
Price low, and no charge unless Patent l-carad.
We refer in Washington, to lion Postmaster
General D. M. Key, Rev. r. D.Power The German
American National Bank, to oflclal in tba U. .
Patent Office, and to Senators aad Representatives
In Cnirress :and especially to our dlentt In every
Btaie in the Union and in Canada. Address
O. A. SNOW & CO.,
Opposite Pat nt Office, Wuhlnirton D. 0.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
W. C. AND L. ASSOCIATION COLUMN.
Edited lu the Intercut of tho Public Library .
MO, WOMEN AMI) HOOKS.
Tho library Ims nguia l.cen made tho re
cipient of u hiinilbonie prt'scnt Irom Mrs. A.
II. rjiiiTurd, consisting of the lolluwing vulu
able books ent from Leipsig, (Jerraany:
"Buckles History of Civilization;" "Thorn
and Fruit Pieces, by Rich tor j" "Tlu: Life
of Oothe, by George Henry Lewis;" "Ru
Echoes, by C'obbe ;" "Lite of Hchiller, by
Carlisle :" "Longfellow's Poetical Works,
t;vo volumes;" "Selection oi Poetry, by
Mrs. Browning;" "The Subject of Woman,
by J. S. Mill;" "Wadsworth's select poeti
cal works, two volumes;" "Tennyson's j:o
PE1JN I CIO L'S LITER ATI" RE.
Our boys sufleT must from the Mood- ami
thunder literature scattered broadcast ovt.-r
our l-.md. The confession of young Pome
ny was that the stories of successful crime
firt suggested to him the fearful crimes
which l.e himself committed, and lie is not
the fir.-t i r only one who has been led to
t.ke r.ji a ciimimtl career from the fascina
tion thrown around it by the writers of
coarse fiction fur boys. Hardly less mis
Ciiii.'votu is the delui-iou wrought in buys'
mind by f;.n if ul pictures of life at sea.
The romance ot the story and the fctark
reality of life on board of a ship are two
tilings widely apart. One of these deluded
boys, on a schooihhip, writing home, said:
"Th. re are three things a boy wants as
s o:i as he gets to sea first, to go home;
second, a good square meal, and, third, to
get his fingers on the fellow wh j wrote
.rick Ihrkaway.' " Something to remem
WOMEN, PAST AND PRESENT.
Christine of Pisa was the first woman in
western Europe who sought to live by her
pen. She was the champion of her sex and
of public morals, against the attacks of the
Roman de la Rose, and the lecherous spirit
which was daily gaining ground. In l iO-3,
when civil war seemed inevitable, Christine
entered politics with energy, as the cham
pion of peace. She sent the queen of Ba
varia an txpostulatory letter, entitled,
"The Weeping Request ot Loyal French
Women.'' A few days afterwards the peace
of Vin:ennes was declared. Six persons
were dependant upon the labors of Chris
Mrs. Harriet Lewis, who recently died
in Rochester, earned it i said, more
money each year by her pen. than the
sa'.nry ot the president of the United
The Countess Russell w ho received a del
egation of Nonconformists in her husband's
stead, when he was ill. replied to their ad
dress in a felicitous and graceful speech.
Mrs. FiMes, an English lady, sent this
year for the first time, a picture to the Royal
Academy. It was much admired, and was
the first picture sold. Only a few years
since, women's pictures were not received
at the Royal Academy unless sent under a
Catherine Reecher was called by the
II irtford Courant "a whole Social Science
Association in permanent session." She
lived single all her life because of the dentil
of the man w hom she was engaged to mar
ry, Professor Fisher. She was a woman
who thoroughly believed in herself, and in
"the Bjcchcr family."
COLLEGE BOYS WHO NEVER READ
Mr. Charles Dudley Warner say9. in the
"Christian Union :" Thoe who have to
deal with the education of the young get
revealing glimpses into the state of cuitnre
in the households of our highly intellectual
country. A professor in one of our lend
ing colleges told me not long ago that a
freshman came to him, after he had been
recmuiending certain books in the litera
:o class, and said lie1 had never read a
book in hiu '.!f. This was literally true.
Except his tcxt-bo'.'1', he had never read a
book; he had passed a fair examination,
but of reading ho knew no' '"ore than a
kafir. Another professor in anotni' col
lege, also one of the highest in the coun
try, told mo more recently that a sopho
more, who stood well in Ids class, came to
ask him where he obtained certain facts
which he referred to in tho class
room. It came out that tho young
man had never read a book, did not
know what tho sensation was, or how to set
about it, nnd had not tho faintest con
ception of literature. Ho had no notion of
the pleasure or profit to be got from read
ing; the world of books was absolutely be
yond his imagination, And he could Dot con
ceivo what peoplo found in it. The profes
sor at length induced him to read one of
Scott's novels, but tho boy found it a very
tedious and uninteresting occupation.
Those two instances are extreme, but fnly
in degree; a taste for literature is not com
mon, and ignorance of it is common even
among college undergraduates.
CAIRO BULLETIN; SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER
God be thanked for books. They aro the
voices of the distant and tho dead, and
make us heirs of the spiritual life of past
AMONG THE MOUNTAINS.
The following from a letter, written from
Littleton, by a lady relative of one of our
esteemed readers, conveys a very good idea
of the mountain scenery of that region, atl
is very readable :
"Wc are about two hundred miles from
Boston, and only a lew hours ride from Mt.
Washington, Lafayette, etc., the White
mountain range. The "House" is located
upon a hill a few rods above the village,
giving us a very fine view of the Franconia
range. Tho mountains are designated as
the Franconia and Crawford ranges, I
would like to describe the scenery to you,
but I could do it so imperfectly that you
could not begin to appreciate its grandeur
or magnificence. The distant views are
perfectly charming with their ever-varying
lights and shadows, but one must drive
through the notch to the Profile house, sit
uated in front of the base of Mt. Lafayette,
and get a view of that mountain, in order
to appreciate the immensity and grandeur
of the mountains. Just beyond the Profile
house is the "Old Man of the Mountain,"
which is a perfect wonder to behold, it is
such a perfect profile of a man's head and
face in size, etc., but the aggregate length
of the rocks that form the face is eighty
feet. I presume you remember your
geography sufficiently to bring: to mind
the picture and description of thcJld Man,
The Flume, Emerald Pool, Silver Cuscade
and Willez House, all within a short dis
tance of each ot'ier in the notch, are places
of great attraction. The Willez House is
of interest on account of the sad fate of its
occupant tome years ago; it is located on
the road with Mt. Willez, at its back and
Webster in front. There had been a great
many heavy rains, and the people in the
vicinity had been predicting a land slide
from Mt. Willez, just in the rear of the
house. The family had prepared a cave for
shelter, expecting the slide to bun- the
house without a doubt. It came at last
and as is supposed the family heard it com
ing, and rushed from the house tc meet
death, instead ot safety. A rock, thirty
feet high in the rear of the house, divided
the 6lide and left the house, standing with
out a blemish. There were nine ol the
family. They all perished, only five bodies
were found. They have built a railroad on
one of the side of the mountains, through
the notch. The first day ot October was a
perfect day here. I went with friends down
through the notch that day. The trip is
beyond description. The foliage had on it
,niofet gorgious colors, and in some places we
looked down eighteen hundrt.-d feet upon
an occasion of colors. The evening previ
ous, there had boen a slight fall of snow,
upon the top of Mt. Washington, which
added a new feature to be the scenery.
We had made a tour among the mountains
some six years since, so we have only
visited a few points ot great interest. The
mountain season is nearly to a close, only
a few afflicted w ith hav lever linger here.
OK THE INDIANA INVESTMENT COMPANY,
ItANUEl'.S, IlKOKEIiS AND FINANCIAL
AOENTS, .NO. o"5 WEST WASHINGTON STItEET,
SECOND FLOOR FHONT.
Indianapolis, Ind., October 1, 180.
We offer for subscription an i.sue of $15.
000 first mortgage improvement bonds ot
the Colorado Co-Operative Prospecting and
Mining company, issued by them in de
nominations ot if 100 each, dated November
1, 1B80, due in three years from date, bear
ing ten per cent, semi-annual interest.
Principal and interest payable at our bank
ing office. Bids fur these bonis entire or
in part w ill be received by us until and in
cluding November 1, 1880, when all bids
will be opened and awards made; we re
serving the right to reject any or all bids.
These bonds are securreo. ny a first moil
irage upon mill site, mill, machinery,
buildings and water rights, belonging to
the company, w hich said mortgage was
duly authorized by resolution of the laird
of directors, executed and placed of record.
This company was duly organized and
incorporatetl under the laws of Colorado,
December 3, 1S7D, nnd has no other bonded
or mortgaged indebtedness, and are work
ing their mines and making substantial im
provements on good property belonging to
the company,thesc bonds having been issued
for improvements 'in erecting stump mill
and other works to facilitate the further in
terest of the company.
Sample of bonds ami other information
may be hnd at this office.
TitE Indiana Investment Co.
O. J. R. Hanna, Wm. II. Becker.
It is no vile drugged stuff, pretending to
be made of wonderful foreign roots, barks,
etc., und puffed up by long bogus certifi
cates of pretended miraculous cures, but a
simple, pare, effective medicine, made of
well known valuahlo remedies, that fur
nishes itH owt certificates by its cures. We
refer to Hop Bn'ters, the purest and best ot
medicines. See .mother column. Repub
lican. LOCAL WEA TIIER REPORT.
SlHNAt Owl. i
tUtno, 111., oet. h. ISM (
Tine, Dar. Ther, Unni Wind. Vet Weather.
I a.m o.i3
1 " an.u
in " so u
Mailmum Tomporatnre. 78:; Minluiatn Tem
peratura, Hit - l Rainfall (1.00 Inches.
Til . n . it l i
JUTvr v it-vi i incoea. i
W. U. KAY.
SergH Signal Corp. V. S. A. I
Friday and Satnrdaj
OCTOBER 15 AND 1C
13 A X R I C E'S
Opera House and Museum.
BUILT AND ORGANIZED
Expressly for the Amusement of the Public
ON THE WESTERN AND SOUTHERN WATERS.
All on board the New, Staunch and Mammoth Steamer,
CI-IA-MPION INTO. 9.
At a Cost of nearly One Hundred Thousand Dollars.
MUSIC, J11ETH, DEAMA.
AXI.) LA ru-i-iAUlE, i-Aiv-rcAilME.
flt'iieral Admission 50 fonts
Reserved freatsi 75 Cental
Children 25 Cents
poors Open at Hnll'-pa-t One and Hall-past Seven P. M.
CUKES. CURES, CURES
Rheumatism, Coughs and
Rheumatism, Coughs and
Rheumatism, Coughs and
Croup, Croup, Croup
Soi.l l,v all Drn-u'itN I RICE 50 cents and $1.00.
Go ru PAUL G. M HUH. Drui:i;.st. Cairo. U.S.. for Mrs. Freemans' New National
Dyes. For l.rightiits u.ct durability of color are unequalled. Color from 2 to 5
pounds, pr.ee 1.5 tents.
OIUMNANCE NO. M
An nrdiiKince tnieuriinj Su'ior. 1 Chapter XV of
the KcviHt'd ordinance
Ue it ordained by the city eoiiLCil o t!iu citv of
.Section). That section 1 of chapter XV of 'the
revised urilllin. ice be umeLiled i-o tu to Uereul'er
rend as fo'.lou:
Sec. 1. No railroad company or conductor, ell
dneer or oilier employe of ni.y rullroai company,
or other permii mii)i;n;ln.' or coi.tr ii'.li.rf any mco
motive. etiK'"' car or train upuL a;.y ruilrmul
track, clial!. within 'he corporate ilm'.ts of the c.tv
of Cairo, ruu or 'nu'e or -ur)er or permit t run
any snch '.ocmnotne. cm-lne. carer train under
hi or their charge or c ntrol upon r.ny sac.'i rail
road trHek at a xpeedexri'i-ilitiiite lullowltiu'i Pi.
fencer trains It u speed not U etci-ed tea mile, all
hour; all other train-. ear. ennliies or loeonio-
tiv.-i. at u peen not t xceediuiT lx n.'.le au hour.
Approved Octohcl .ih. A. Is!-!'
X. B. TU1STLEWOOD.
Attest: D. J. FOLEY.
City Citr.K's OrreK.
Cait.o. Lit .Oct. (ah.
Wherea. the committee appointed tnnler ordi
nance No, 4.'i. approved May llth. lss.l, to Ox and re--port
to the city council the pricts hi which 'ho
lot laid oil iu portion of tho strip of (rroui "I V o
feet v. Ide. known lis iiil'.road ctrlp, laying between
Fourteenth street and rt. Chnrlesstrevt. should t'o
sold, did report to the city couticil at It rvilur
meeting, held October Mh. (which report wa
pprove d hy the citv couticil i. tlxliiK ihe prices of
not stand iS lu Nock 14 of railroad addition (he
linn tho irronnd situated oeiween tho St. Charlia
Hotel property and Railroad allci ) which said re
port I on tile lu my office.
Publlcnotlce is hereby K'ven to the owner or
owner of the property ab'ittliitf on the said lots
unove nieni tineii tnit iney nave me ri;rii aim priv
lleje for sixty ilavt from the date hereof to nur
chae the ald lots S!7 and '.'!. olnive detcrlbed at
viibob uie phiu iims i aun u.'vi'
tho price fixed by said eoininlttie
1). J. FOLEY, City Clerk.
.till 1 1
UNDER THE SUN.
K i ( SSflM!
"WEIGHT I3ST GOLD.
T70UNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
-- STEAM FORGE.
Vulcan Ikon Wokks
.fi OHIO LKVF.E. CAIRO, ills.
John T. Rennie,
HAVI.Vf established his work at the above men
tloncd place is better prepared than ever fur
uianiifacnirlni; Steam Engine and Mill Machinery.
Having a Steam Hammer and ample Tools, the
manufacture, of all kind of 'Machinery, Railroad,
Steamboat and Ilrldue Forging made a neclalty.
Especial attention given to repair of El Mum and
Urns Casting of all kind made to ordei
Pipe F tlicg in all It branchea.
TO SKiXW A TKAlt, or & to
(lay in your own locality
w omen uo a well
Many make more
the amount stated
above. No ono can fall to
make money fast. Any one can do the work. Yon
can make from 60c to 2an hour by devoting your
eacnintis ud spare time to the business. It cost
uothtugtotry too busine. Nothing like It for
money making ever offered before. Rnslnes plea
anl and strictly honorable. Header, if you want to
knot? all about the best paying bueino before the
pnh'.lc, send ti your addreaa and we will send yon
full particulars aud prtvato term free;smple
worth 15 also free; yoo can thvn make up yonr
mind for vourself. Addrea UIORUX 8TINSON
A Co., Portland, -Main.
The extraordinary effect of this Iluchu, a pre-par.-.l
by Dr. Iluydock, upon the Kidney and Uri
nary Orcnii Is without nerallel in the history of
tiiedli'liiu, and tin tusiilta forjhevoud any of tho
Kidney remedies of the day. It, stimulate Diges
tion adds tone to tN) sy.it im. Invlgortiti- thoDo
lillitated, and tu Infallible for the euro or Ula
i.tte In itn worst form.
Ono trial of a tenHponnfiil in u wine-i;lasn of
water will convince the mot tceptlcal within from
ten to twenty minute.
Disorder of the Kidneys.
In all disease anVctlng these orjans, whether
tin y secrete too much or too Utile water, or
whether they no ttllllcted with stone or gravel, or
w ith ache nnd pain settled iu the loin oyer tho
regluli of the kidney.
Will give almost linniedlate n llel, when all other
m cm. have failed. The most powcrrui existing
mcdicJii.r,irt!ie cure of lumalo couiplui'-.ts. Fifty
years cxpericncuiiicuhtf xi.thlv prove this remedy
uiirivailed for the disord. rs incftiental to the female
sex. No futility should tie without it, and it may bit
taken bv young orold, mt It. will restore health when
every other means prove unsuccessful.
To the stiimiicb we trace dyspepsia, headache and
general debility to the liver, bile, jaundice, aud
yellow fever; to the bowels, diarrhoea, dvseutary,
constipation, piles, ami fistula; to the lungs, con
sumption, etc.: to the blood, scrofula, scurvy,
nnd ull cutaneous eruptions. Hy keeping thesa
organsand vital fluid pure and healthy wo may
safely defy the attack of disease, and no medicine,
yet prepared for this purpose cau cnual the ac
HEAR WHAT IS SAID
"It ha male me a new man." . .
i.e. i . . t. . .creased my weight
"Dr. Iluydock Euchn has'
"My wife vould no " wl,boQt ltEr &DT '
""-Our HtM boy - much better, I enclose ono
dollar for another oottle.
' "I fld It as cftfy '0 ,akc M mIlls "
"We have fold thirteen bottles this Wv";k, ud
h:l want three dozen next order.
"My morning aRocy i gonc-thauk to your
Want of space compels me to conclude.
Ativ invalid or suftereramc.eo with nny K . dnT
disorder who will write me as to the r comi lalut.
wlllbe treated humanely and kiuilly. It w my
rnos' earnest desire to investigate all lorm of
iTlabetes and to give relief at all time. II you i
I oo poor to purchase, write me any way, aud your
win have immediate attention.
C A U T I O N.
Observo that tho signature of Jos. Ilaydeck i
across the mouth ol each bottle.
I'ricc-Oue dollar for large, and fifty cents for
IIAYD0CK & Co.,
7 Dey Street, New York.
To Nervous Sutierers-The Hreiit EnropeHnReni-
ctlv Dr. J. 11. Simpson's SpeclHc Medicine.
Dr. J.B. Simpson' Speclllc Medicine i a posi
tive cure for Spermatorrhea, Impotency, Weakuettf
und all disease resulting from Self-Abuse, a Ner
vous Debility, Irritability. Mental Anxiety, Languor,
Lassitude. Depression of Spirits and functional do
rangemcnta of the Nervous System generally Pain
in Hack or Side. Loss of Meiiiorv. l'reniaturi1 Old
Age nnd diseases
that lead to Con
ty und ait early
grave, nr both.
So matter how
system may he
from excesses of
any kind, a short
course of this medicine will restore the lust (unc
tion and procure health and happiness, where be
fore was despondency aud gloom The Specific
Medicine 1 bolus used with wonderful suc
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