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. THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING. OHTOTlKR oa msn
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lell til'.'H'l.l to ,.lilll- Willi:.. K'.r 'HlMIMf
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:iif Eit-ctr c Aj j'l.iuC'i' ( u Kir Aiiit rnnu .tittu Hi-
A sjii'i'dv aud Lflertiul Cure,
Perrv Davis" rain-Killer
stood the test of IO!:TY YEARS" trial.
Directions with ib Hott'.e.
HOIJ) IIY AM, DKUUCJISIS.
VUAUTtn t'XHH.ITlerj.lii,U.M'l Trt,
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Luns: Cut Smoking Tobocco
I mild, moist. fr.i;rn! and sweet Smokes con',
kit: !,' . twice fir t trrhimlat' tl tuba- n.
ALLEN & 'jiSTKK. Mutitifarturero.
l,i tiiiouit ViriMiia.
'R". p. rowell ncs
r.ECT Llfi OK LOCAL NEWM'AIKKS
An H'lv. rt.M-r tio r;-id upward of f j.W'i a
Jtar ai.rt wri'j invuf'ed Ir.s thuu V, of It id thin
Lint, wr.tr: Y.ji.r NWect Locul Lt l.iJ u.e hi t
tr IkM v tr THAN ALL '1I1K Ol'llhK AUVER
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IT IS NOT A CO OI KH.M I E LIHT.
IT l! "T A l HKAf j.T.
IT IS aS I.'uNtM LIST.
The rotaiiicur ttu-t euuiy b: tl.o ipi-r rc.
When the nrrif nf thi-puiicr ii printed to H'l.L
FAfc'KTl'K it i. In fvirr innniKf the HEST
M htn print. iu CAPITALS It In thu ONLY p
per In thi' pine- 'J'tiu li.t tiv.ti. the pnpulkiiun of
tvi-ry town od the eirca:ttiun of evi-ry ppi-r
The rt.' cnnrt'id for idTertirntr re hrljr one
tfth the puh!ilKr' .rbflale The prl"e furmntilu
tile;rri(. from tl to ). The price for one inch
one month lu the eutiri'Ii.t In f' The regultr
lU of the ptnn-rii.for the uroe ptce and time
re f J.tMi 14. The li't Itirluite W.vT uew.paperii i f
mhlrh in u ta'd nu mid ;ii weekit. I Hit
kre loratrd in h dilT. rent ritirt irrt tor.t. of
which i krvnntc canltalii. Mt.l PUcea of oer
populstlon. and ! county "tatn. For copy of
Lit and otinr iniormatian aiinn-.
OfcO P KOWELL A CO..
10 Spruce t.. New York
tt rjieD frci
Full pkrtlfq-T All THIKET.
a School st ni tr
BonuiD. Vmf v '
ft H K f? A TEAR ml expene to
i 1 1 kirent. Outnt free Ailflre... r
V ' ' o. VK'KLHY, Anjtn.ta. Maine
THIEVES & DETECTIVES.
The mot thririnz, vxcliioc. faKinatins hook
Ter written. TaLvu from private n-corde never
Derore puDllned. fkclcn ot tuu AUtnor, id
greatcet living Detect ve. Thrilling lliuatrationt.
15Y ALLAN 1'IXKERTON.
I-ow in price. No competition. Oute71s all
other book JM0 old Immediately.
Tl'i 1 1 V VTsJ t"uhcriptlon only. Apply at
J. J A I Uiii 1 0 once lor ti'rma and trrltor.
C. W. PAKLETON St CO., PnblUhera. N. .:ity.
(Formerly Dr. Crug'i Kidney Cure.)
A vepetahle preparation and the only nre remedT
In the world for ltHIOHT'H DISEASE. Ill AHETKS
and ALL KIDNEY, L1VEK and 1'jtINAKY DI
KASKS. lrTetlmotilali of tho hlfiot crdfrlnproofuf
IWKorthecuroof DIABETES, cull for WAR
KEICN 8AKK DIABETES Cl'HE.
rifrKor tho cure of BHIGHT'S and the other din
ennea. call for WAKNKK'S SAKE KIDNEY and
ilii'incdics are sold
liy Druirgists and
I Dealers in Medicine
,11. II. WAKNEH A CO.,
RoctiKmn, New Yonx.
WrSnnd fur Pamphlet
Yottraulvoa ly rnnklna mon
ey when a ooltlen chance la
offered, thereliy ilwayi
keeping noterty from your
door. Thou who a)way
take advuntnirn f the oood
chancci for making money that are offered, general
ly become wealthy, while thoaa who do not tin
prore auch chancot remain In poverty. M e want
many men. women, boy and glrla to do work for ua
rluht In their own localUUii, The bum tic a will
pay mora than tun timet ordinary wage. We
fiirninh an eipenieualv outnt and al that you
need free, No on who engagea falli to make
money rapidly. You ran devote yonr whole time
to the work, or only yoar apare momenta. Fnli
Information and all that la needed rent free. Ad
dreai UTINSON A CO i Portland, Maine,
Jai... . VSj-, all . AmMPJ
TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
W p lUlliday
Colorado n M
Colorudq. n Mi'innhla
C.ty of Provident e VickubtirK
J V Throop Evunavlllu
E II Durfee I'aducah
Belle of Shrt veport New Orleans
Raven a - New orleana
(iu Fowler Padncah
llii kory. icnii River
Colorado.. St Louia
Providence - u St l.onia
Stirevi'jiort ....St LouiH
Durf. e St Louia
Raven, St Louia
i mliieu Kulc New Orleana
The City f Providence was light for St.
The J. V. Throop dinchuryeil considera
ble reshippinLf freight.
The Guiding Star passed up (or .St. Louis,
at -1 o'clock p. iu., yesterday.
Hiver at :i p. m. yestcrdny T feet 7 inches
on gauge, a decline of 4 inches in past 2-i
The W. P. lla!lidy added several hun
dred tons here, and got oir late la.-t nij,'ht
for New Orleans.
It is reported the General IJutker will
continue in tiie trade between Paducah and
St. Loun.a. She left the latter city Monday.
Should the river Ireeze up this winter
the Scudder, Alton and Howard will ply
between Cairo and New Orleans, and Capt.
James O'Xeal, supterinteudent, will most
likely nnkj his head'iuarters at this point.
The Golden Kulc left late Monday, draw
ing seven feet, with a tremendous trip.
Capt. Sainkle left several dollars here in
the way of bets, which probably is a per
manent deposit, as the captain is betting on
the wront; horse.
Council Chamber, (
Cairo, 111, Oct. 17th, 1380.
Present Mayor Thistlewood and Alder
men Blake, Halliday, Howley, llinkle,
Smith and Swoboda 6.
Absent Linegar, Patier, Pcttitand Saup
Mayor stated the object of the meeting to
be for the transaction of general business.
Alderman Saup appeared in hid seat.
REPORTS of COMMITTEE.
Ordinance committee reported the fol
lowing ordinance in compliance with in
structions of city council. Ordinance read
the first time:
ORDINANCE NO. -.
An ordinance grantitg .he IlHnoia Central Rail
road Company the ri:ht to lay an additional
aide track on Levee Hrfft.
He it ordained by the City Council of the city of
Sac-riox 1. That the ri'bt to lay down an addi
tional eide track on the eatteriv nue of Levee
treet from the nonthi-r'y fide of Fourth (treet to a
point sin leei normwaraiy, to connect wltn tta
mam traik. in hereby granted to the Illinois Cen
tral Railroad Compai y
SklTion 2. The exercise of the right granted
in the fori'Clng nection a hall not he permitted un
til paid company n movei it. preient double line
of rail fronting the outherly end of block No. g.
tai-twanily a i-ufllcient dirtance to leave a god
roiidwav alonz Levee etreet to Fourth atrirt, the
wu'th of rani radwav at the north'! at corner of
ro-irtb and Levee tree; to be at leapt twenty feet
from the comer of the prevent aidewalk. Said
rlL-ht i alo grantee upon the condition that raid
company will plank and gravel it tracka on eaid
L"Vee ptreet in accordance with the ordinances of
the citv and to the eatt.furtion of the Mayor and
( ocinntteeon atreeta; andtheaiu ritibt ahall be
forfeited and ceaav to exlet w henever eald tracka
aliall ceate to be kept ao planked and graveled.
Alderman Blake moved to receive report
Capt. J. M. Phillips, beiLg in attendance
at meeting, asked and was granted permis
sion to express his opmion, relating to pri
vileges asked by I. C R. R.
Alderman Blake's motion adopted.
Alderman Smith moved to suspend the
rules for the purpose of placing ordinance
on its second reading. Motion adopted by
the following vote :
Ayes Blake, Halliday, Howley, llinkle,
Smith, Saup and Swoboda 7.
Ordinance read second time.
Alderman Swoboda moved to postpone
action on ordinance until next meeting.
Committee on police, jail and fire depart
ment asked tor instruction in reference to
new host, now here for trial.
Clerk read petition of Illinois Bell Tele
phone company, requesting tho right of
way to plant the poles for trunk line on
Commercial avenue; also to put up poles
on such other streets, avenues and alleys,
as may bo found necessarv.
Alderman Saup moved to refer to com
mittee on streets. Mtion carried.
Clerk read petition of Cairo Box and
Basket Co., asking that Wm. Guyant,
private watchman of said factory, be ap
pointed special police constable.
The mayor called attention to section S3
of chapter 2, which designate the places
where private polico constables are to be
appointed. Alderman Halliday moved
that the mayor be requested to appoint a
special police constable to serve at and
around Box Factory, without compensation
Irom tho city. Motion carried.
Tho mayor nominated for said special
police constable Wm. Guyant.
Confirmed by the following vote :
Ayes Blake, Halliday, Howley, llinkle,
Smith, Saup and Swoboda. 7
Nays none. '
The mayor, in accordance with resolution
offered by Alderman Halliday at previous
meeting, appointed Harzard Martin to act
ai assistant city jailor.
Confirmed by the following vote:
Ayes Blake, Halliday, Howley, Llinkle,
Smith, Saup and Swoboda 7.
Alderman Howley offered tho following
Resolved, That tho city engineer bo and
is hereby instructed to examine and report
the probable cost of draining the property
in the vicinity of Walnut and Centre streets,
and of Commercial avenue ami Fourth
street. Resolution adopted,
Alderman Howley also offered the fol
lowing: Resolved, That tho ordinance committee
bo and is hereby Instructed to report an
ordinance, providing for weighing and
measuring wood and coal, Resolution
On motion of Alderman Saup, meeting
adjourned. D. J. Foley,
A WISE DEACON.
"Deacon Wilder, I want you to tell mo
how you kept yourself and family well the
past season, when all the rest of us have
been sick so much,, and have had the doc
tors visiting us so often."
"I'ro. Taylor, the answer is very easy. I
used Hop Bitters in time; kept my family
well and saved the doctor bills. Three
dollars' worth of it kept us well and ablo to
work all the time. I'll warrant it has cost
you and the neighbors one or two hundred
dollars apiece to keep sick the same time."
"Deacon I'll use your medicine here
after." WEEKLY Dn.LETlN.
The Weekly Bulletin,
PUBLISHED ON MONDAY
$2.00 Per Annum
The Weekly Bulletin.
P2 Mtam a it t
I have sold at retail price since the 4th
as' Kclectric Oil, guaranteeing every bottle.
life that gave such universal satisfaction. In
after a physician penciling it tor several days
thoroughly in twenty-four hours, and in threatened cro.:ps in my children this winter, it
never failed to relievo almost immediately.
Guatville, III., March 2ii. 1830.
LATEST iTEWS FROM MAPJOX, 0.
Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil Triumphiiiit.
Mrs. .Seigfiicd used it for severe cold and pain in side, relieved in a few minutes.
Geo. Mutchler, and old citizen, says it beats everything he has ever tried for
Dan'l Hoffman, farmer, a little south of Marion, says it cured h!m of u.-ore throat of
Al. Runyansays he has been a great sufferer from Rheumatism and has tried scores
of Remedies, but all to no purpose, one bottle of Dr. Thomas Eclectric Oil has cared
L. P. Foili.lt has used it for Burns, and says it is tho Boss Remedy.
Sold by all Druggists. PRICE 50 cents ami $1.00.
Go 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 15 cents.
OF TIIE CONDITION
Alexander County Bank.
Cairo, 111., Monday, Oct. 4th, 1SK).
Loani and Dioconnta
Due from other Dank
Caeh on hand
Outfit and furniture
Expeneea including Taxes
.. iH,jra e
. . il,514 45
. . 55
.... 4.059 4-1
.... S.7MB 59
... 5.4K.' i a
Capital stock paid Iu
Due other Banl.-e
We. F. Brom. Preldent. and H. Willi". Caoh
lor, do solemnly c wear that the above statement Is
true to the beet of our knowledge and belief.
F. BKOSS, President,
II. WELLS. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this liih day
of Oct.. ISMl. ALFRED COMINiiS. N . P.
KE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. HALLIDAY, President.
H. L. HALLIDAY. Vice-President.
THOS. W. HALLIDAY, Cashier.
8. STAiTS TAYLOR, W. P. FULL ID A Y,
BSNBY L. BALLID4Y, R. B. CUNNINOHAM,
. D. WILLIAMSON, STEPHEN BIHD,
B. B. CAHDEB.
Exchange. Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Deposits received and a general tanking business
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mill s
Hlsrhest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
,,, , ,,,, , . , , , , , f V MM. V '"" ' t 'MINrlltlHI
, J ... ...,,
,. - m
v'; blossom mmmsi
by PAULG.SC11UJI, CAiSoriL
of December last 10J bottles of Dr. Thom-
I must say I never sold a medicine in my
my own case with a badly ulcerated throat,
to no effect, tho Kclectric oil cured it
C. R. HALL,
QHIO & MISSISSIPPI R'y.
TIME TABLE OF PASSENGER TRAINS FROM
VINCENNES (Nov. 30, 1679.)
No. 5 Day Express (Except Sunday)..,. 1:30 p. m.
6 Epress (Except Sunday) 1:35 p.m.
" 4 Night Express (Daily) . .. ,12;30a. m.
No. 6 Express (Except Sunday) 8:05 1. m.
" 1 I)Hy Express (Except Sunday).. . J:50p. m.
" 3 Night Express (Dally) 1 :ii5 a. m.
J.H.Clark, C. S. Cone. Jr.,
Agent Vinccnncs. Gen. Ticket Ag't Cincinnati
CAIRO As ST. LOUIS R. R.
II. V. 8.MITHERS, Receiver.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Ihrough Express leaves Cairo
Through Expreasarrivcs at E. St. Louia
Through Express leaves E. St. Louis..
Through PlTirpNR ArrtvMH nt Patm
9:00 a. m
5:10 p. m
MurphysboroaccommodationleavesCalro 1 :80 p.m
Mu- physboro Acc. arrives. at Murphysboro 7 :50 p.m
Murph.vsboro Acc. leaves Murphysboro. .. 5:00 a.m
Murphvsboro Acc. arrives at Cairo 11 :u'5 a.m
The Cairo 4 St. Louis Rail Koad ia the only all
Rail Route between Cairo r.ud St. Louis nnder one
management, therefore there are no delays at
way stations awaiting connections from other lines.
Cloae and sure connections at St. Louia with other
noes tor xxorio. Hast and W est.
J. A. NAUGLE. L. M. JOHNSON,
Aitent. General Manager
JLLIiVOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Only Line Kuiming
Q DAILY TRAINS
Making Dikkct Connection
Trains Leave Cairo:
M:15 ti m. Mnil,
Arriving in St. Louis 9:45 a.m.; Chicago, S::W p.m.;
Connecting tit Oiltn aud Elllngbam for Cincin
nati, Louisville., Iudiuinipolia aud point. East.
11:10 a.m. St. I,ou1h ami "Wewteru
Arriving In St. Louia 7:05 p. in., and counectlng
for all polnta Wost.
4:UO p.m. I'ust I'.xprem.
For St. Louia and Chicago, arriving at St. Louia
10:40 p.m., and Chicago 7:20 a m
4:120 15. m. Cincinnati Kxpvens).
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Louisvlllu 7:20
a.m.; Indianapolis 4:00 a.m. Passengera hv
this train roach the above points IU to lit)
lluL'itS in advance of any other route.
tfrThe4:ao p. m. express has PULLMAN
h.i evmun niu ... . f,i.iM.,i ...i.i......
4,- tnil 1.1IU IU IIMIIIIUBU, niuiuui
changes, and through sleepers to St. Louis and
Fast Time East.
Pn cenn (rova tnl 11110 "0 trough to East
X aaCili;cia rra point without any delay
caused by Sunday Intervening. Th Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrives In new York Monday
morning at 10:H5. Thlrty-ili hour In advance of
any other rout.,
IVFor through ticket and further Information,
apply at Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
JAb. JOHNSON, J H. JONKS.
Gen. Hnnthorn Agent Ticket Aiient.
A. B. HANSON, ties. Put, Agent. Chicago.
The e::trnordlnary effect of this Htichu, as pre
pared by Dr. Ilayiloek, upon the Kidneys and t'ri
nary Oruuns Is without a nernllel in the history or
mi'iliclue, and its remilts farjbevond any of tho
Kidney remedies of the day. It stimulates Dices
tion ad'ls tone to the s-stern. Invigorates tho De
bilitated, und is I n full i bin fur the rure of Dia
betes in its worst form.
One trial of a tcuHpoonfiil in a wlne-elass of
water will convince the most sceptical within from
ten to twenty minutes.
Disorder of tho Kidneys.
In all diseases affecting these organs, whether
they secrete too much or too little water, or
whether thuy bo aftlictud with atone or gravel, or
with aches Biid pains settled in the lotus oyer the
region of the kidneys.
Will give almost Immediate relii-r, when all other
means have fulled. The raott powerful existing
metllclna for the cure of female complaints. Fifty
years experlencelncontestdblv proves this remedy
unrivalled forthe disorders Incidental to the female
sex. .No family shou d Dewttboiit it. and it mnv bo
taken by young oroldj as it w ill rettore health when
every other means provo uiisuccrsnful.
To the stomach we trace dyspepsia, headache and
general debility to the, liver, bile, jaundice, and
yellow fever; to the bowels, diarrhoea, dyscutary,
constipation, piles, and fistula: to the lungs, con
sumption, etc.; to the blood, scrofula, scurvy,
and all cutaneous eruptions. By keeping these
organs and vital fluid pure aud healthy we may
safely defy the attacks of disease, and no medlcicu
jet prepared for this purpose can equal the ac
HEAR WHAT IS SAID.
"It has made me a new man ."
"Dr. llaydock'a Bucba baa Increased my weight
'My wife would net be without ltfor any
"Onr little boy Is much better, I enclose one
dollar for another bottle."
"I find It as easy to take as milk "
"We have told thirteen bottles this week, and
(ball want three dozen next order."
'My morning agony is gone thanks to year
Want of space compels me to conclude.
Any invalid or sufferer afllctea with any Kidney
disorder who w ill write me as to their complaint,
will be treated humanely and kindly. It la my
most earnest desire to investigate all form of
Diabetes, and to ulve relief at all times. It you am
too poor to purchase, write me any way, and your
case will have immediate attention.
Observe that the signature of Jot, Haydeck is
across the mouth ol each bottle.
Price One dollar for large, and fifty cent for.
IIAYP0CK & Co.,
7 Dey Street, New York.
H T T "reftt cnanceiomaRe moo,
I 1 J I I 1 ty We need a person (a
III II I I every town to take subscrlp-
I I J I .tion for the largest, cheap-
-M-M "e,t and best illustrated
family publication in the
world. Any one cm become a successful agent
Sixeletrant worka of art given free to subscribers .
The price Is so low that almost everybody sub
scrihss. One agent report taking 120 subscribe
In a day. A lady agent reports making 200 profit
intendays. Allwhoengagemakemoueyfast. Yog
can devote all your time to.the business.or only yonr
spare time. Yon need not be away from home
over nlitht- You can do it as well as others. Full
directions and terms free. Elegant and expensive
outfit free. If yon want profitable work send na
your address at once. It cost nothing to try the
business. No one who engapes falls to make great
pay. Addies GEORGE ST1NSON it CO., Port
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE
TRADEMARK. The Great English TRADE MARK
Ccmcdy, an un
failing euro for
Impotcncy. and all
direasea that fol
low as a conse
quence of self
Before TakkemCmorv. SnivwsaiasS
lassltudo, palr'u the back, dlm-if,,- TVi
ness of vision, premature old Bitelw u!&
aud many other diseases that lead to insanity or
consumption and a premature grave.
Full particulars In our pamphlet, which we de
sire to send free by mall to every one. The spe
cific medicine is sold hv all druggists at ft per
package, six for f.5, or will he tent free hv mnil on
receiptor the mon Ky by addressing THE OKAY
MEDICINE CO., No. 3 Mechanics block, Detroit
Miib. Sold Iu Cairo hy Barclay Bros., Paul U
Schuh aud Geo. E. O'llara.
A NEVER-FAILING REMEDY
For Chills and Fever, Bilious and In
termittant Fevers, Dumb Ague,
and all Malarial Diseases.
Stop taking Poisonous Dragat
Stop taking dettf-prodaclDg Quinlaet
Stop taking bone-deatroylng Mercury t
Stop taking dangerout Poison I
Standard Cure eontalna no Qulnlael
Standard Core contain no Merearyl
Standard Cur eontain no Polaonal
Standard Care U pleasant to take!
PRICK 50 CENTS PER BOX.
Standard Cure Co.114 Nassau st N.Y.
- And by DruggUU.,
A WEEK, in yonr own town, and na
capital risked. Yon can giv tha
business a trial without expense.
The best opportunlt var offered fef
those willing to work, lonihooli 1
try nukhtna else till yon m fur tonr
i ilf what yon can do at th kuainct we offer, No
tnora to explain here. You can devote til yonr
time or ouiy yuur spar lime io me DUtinitt, am
make great pay for every hour that rot work 4
Women make a mnch aa men. Send for special
unvait term do particulars, woico we man ire,
U outfit free. Don'teomnlaln of hard time while I
yon have ancha ehanca.Addreaa H. HAIXRT as