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COLIiS, ASTHMA, (.KOIT.
All ii;i.hri:K f.i ific TliinHt. Lurn ftnJ 1'uimonnry
U.-K ACCUItDlNU TO DIRECTIONS.
Allen's Lung Ilalsain.
Vi UTCn lf,HiT.trli.tl'l T,
llMPI I bU '"'"' . ll...ns l.i-
lkru rlr .. Iiy umplr , It. l.lt. rM'6i
-4. u.mi lict. '.pl'il.U,l,.ilu,l. Uuil.Mu.
I-made fm:;i a slitm!" Troi.biral I. -af of ltar
Vnlui- and I a I'lsl I IVK Itemed- fur nil the dis
ease that ca;-e pains In the lower part of the
body-for torpid I.ivir llcinii'-iH-n-J Hiitiilift
l)l.!D',, Grave:, Malaria, an all oilier difficulties
of lbu hldncyn. I.hcr tui 1'rinirr trfim. Kor
female limei', Mouliuy JMvuii1rUBlloi.il. nd ilu
rime I'rrirnikocv, it lia no tonal. Ii fi'Mur' the
ortMnn Oiat niBko tlm Moml, unci h-nre m t tic bent
li.ooil Uurlfyor. It Uir o.ilv known umi drilut
cur.- linylit liicrii-i-. l ur Uil)uli( u War
sar Hal.: DlalwUn Cure.
Kor hr lHUKilrti' and all dealer at per
Uottk'. l-Ari;fH iMit'.i t in tli nnrxi't Irvil
II II. WAHNEIt CO.. Knh. i.-r,'N. V
MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAM.
OF LYNN, MASS.
w 4-z y?j
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
For all Female Complaints.
Thli prerAnitlnn, aa lu name alirnlflr. ronnlut of
VogcUtilu lr jTtli Uiat are lurmlcM to tbo moat drl
icaU latalld. Un ono trial tbe uicriu of thla Com
pound will be renignuwd, relief 1 Immediate i and
when lt use It cuntln ied, lu nlnrtj nlneruni In a hun.
drtd, apennanentcureUeffocU'dAitbouiianila will tot
llf j. On account of ll proven merit, It la today ra
eomnvnded and preac rllwd by tbe beat phTllclani In
It will cure entirely the wont for of falllnc
of the ttterua, LeneorrhoM, Irrrfular and painful
HtnatruaUon,ailOTarlanTroublca, Inflammation and
Ulceration, floodlnjra, all Dlaplacementa and tlie coo
equenteplnal weakneaa, and la eapeelailjr adapted to
the Change of Ufe. It will dlseolte and eipel tumore
from tlie uterualn an early aUra of derelnpment, The
tendency to eanceroua liumora then la checked very
pcedlly by Ita uae.
In fact It baa pro red to be the great.
at and beat remedy that baa erer been dlaoo tar
ed. It permeatra etery portion of tbe eyitem, and girea
new llfeand l(ror. It remoeea f alntneaa,flatulenc7, da
atroya allcrarlng fur atlmulanta,and roUetee weakneee
of the etomacb
It eurea nioattng, Headache, Nerroua Prottratlon,
UneraiblUty,8lciplewaiea, Dcpraeelon and Indl
leatlon. That eellng of bearing down, caualng pals,
weight and backache, la alway permanently oared by
Iteuae. ltwillatalltlma,andunderall elrcumatan.
ceo, act In harmony with the law that gotema th
For Kidney Complaint of either aei tula compound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
la prepared at Ml and HI Weatern Avenue, Imn, Mm.
I'rtce 11.00. RU bottle for IA.00, Sent by mall In tha
form of plUa.auwIntue form of Loaengea, on roeelpt
of price, l.00, per boi, for either, iira. PINKHAM
freely anawen all letter of Inquiry. Bend for nam'
phlut. Addmaaaalwra JVmllon (A( paper,
No family abould be without LYDIA K, PINKHAM'
LITCK PILLS. They our Conatlpatlon. DUiuuanoa
aud Torpidity of theUrer. U eanta por box.
RICHARDSON & CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Wholi'ialo ftKcnta for LYDIA E, PINKHAM'S
i A WEEK in vour own town, and no
capital rleked. Yon can gtva th
inueiuunp a trial wltunnt etpimau.
I'rho bet nnportnnlt vr offured fix
tboia wlllfnn to work, ion ibould
trv Buniff oleo till von ane for vour-
If what you can do at the) kuelucea w offer. No
tiioui toeiplaln her. You can duvote ail yonr
time or only your aporo lima t tbe buainta, ar.
innKe. (treat pay for rvnry hour that von work
Women make a much a man. fond for 'pedal
private term fid particular, which we mull Iree,
outfit free, Don't complain of hard time while
you hnve uchachanc.Addrat II, HAMK1T
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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
W. C. AND L. ASSOCIATION COLUMN.
KiUti d lu tte liili-n wl of Itie I'ukllc Llhrnry.
MBN, WOMEN AND HOOKS,
Tlio regular meutiitij of the W. C. and
L. A ttfkfu place on Wednesday this Otli of
November. Trustees nieetiu i p, m.
General Association meeting 3 p. ui. A
full attendance is lie&ircd.
Caruknti excelled all of her time in
poesy, rythagorAB learned or her.
1I. nix is u cable. We wtavc u thread ot
it each day, and it becomes so strong we
cannot break it. I Horace Mann.
In comparing the number of good books
with the shortness of life, many mi'ht be
read by proxy, if we had proxies. Emer
Jefferson said: "Without institutions
free to all tlie sacred Maine of liberty can
not he. kept burning in the hearts of Ameri
cans.'' Madison declared: "A poimlar
vernmect without popular inftirmutinn,
or the means of acquiring it, is but a pro-
h'jj'ue to a farce or rragody, or fierhaps to
Tn i;kk were 5jO0,0(0 illiterates report
ed in the United .'jiutes census of ln'70; we
are all waiting atixiously to know what
number the iueomining census for this
year will show. That was the decado
the r:bellion and poverty, illiteracy rind
crini" wen: to be looked for in its wake
This has been a decade of peace.
fioi'iim Gkhua.v, born in 1770,
wa both a philosopher and
mathemntician. She olitaintd
prize of the Academy of Science-1 for a
memoir on the vibration of clastic laniiruc
Ib.T philosophical id':as are, to-day, more
highly in esteem than ever. She ns one
of the great mathematicians of th- early
party of this century.
The Mokal Natckr Tlie moral nature
should receive more culture in the schools
than it generally does; and just ir propor
tion as parents are careless in this purlieu
lar should the schools be more careful. Is
it safe to leave moral culture to chance
Would it not be much less dangerous to
leave the cuUure of tho intellect U chance?
Perhaps the best way to give is to do so in
formally, but persistently and continuously,
at every suitable opportunity. In every
school from the highest to the lowest, in
every association of teachers, tnis subject
should receive emphatic recognition, and
should be lifted up into that prominence
which its supreme importance demand
;iJ. F. Shaup
NEW YORK WOMEN VOTE.
Every mother whose child has attended
a district school eight weeks or more since
Oct. 12, 1S78; every mother with whom a
motherless child lives which has so attend
ed; every woman who hires taxable house
or land in jthe district; every woman who
works land on shares; every woman who
owns fifty dollars worth ot clothing or
furniture not required for daily use; every
woman who owns stocks or bonds other
than those of the United States, or has
money in bsnk or other personal property
to the value of fifty dollars or more if
she is a native of this couutry or is a natu
ralized American citizen or has since Oct.
12, 174, declared her intention to become
such, is entitled under chapter nine of the
laws of 1P80 to vote- at the school meeting
of the district w herein she dwells.
THE FIRST PRAYER IN CONGRESS.
In Thatcher's Military Journal, under
date of December, 1777, is found a note
containing the identical "first prayer in
congress," made by the Rev. Jacob Duche,
a gentleman of great eloquence. Here it is
an historical curiosity:
"O Lord, our Heavenly Father, high and
mighty Kings of Kings and Lord of Lord9,
who dost frouj thy throne behold nil the
dwellers of the earth, and reignest with
power supremo and uncontrolled
over all the Kingdoms, Empires and
Governments, look down in mercy, wo be
seech Thee, on these American States, who
have fled to Thee from the rod of the op
pessor, und thrown themselves on Thy gra
cious protection, desiring to be henceforth
dependent only on Thee. To Thee they
have uppeulcd for the righteousness of
their cause; to Thee do they now look up
for that countenance and support which
thou alone canst give. Take them, there
lore, Heavenly Father, unto thy nurturing
care. Giyo them wisdom in couucil and
valor in field. Defeat the malicious de
signs of our adversaries; convince thorn of
the unrighteousness of their cau9c ; and, if
they still persist in sanguinary purposes,
Oh I let tho voice of Thino own unerring
justice, Rounding in their hearts, constrain
thein to drop tho weapons of war from
tlieir unnerved hands in tho day ot battle.
Ro Thou present, 0 God of wisdom, and
direct the councils of this honorable as
sembly. Enable them to settlo things on
tho best and surest founda
tion that tho scenes of blood
may be speedily closed, 'and order, harmony
and peace may be effectually restored, and
truth and justico, religion and piety pro
vail aud nourish amongst Thy people
Preserve tho health of their bodies and tho
vigor of their minds; shower down upon
them and the millions they hero represent
such tempered blessings as Thou scest ex
pedient for their in this world, and crown
them with everlasiing glory in the world to
come. All this wc ask, in the name and
through tho merits of Jesus Christ, Thy
Son, our Savior. Amen !"
Gnt Kowicr 1'ndumh
John A. Kcutldcr St, Louis
Mv Choice. St. Louis
Gold Dint St. I.tuls
Gun Kowlcr Pnducnh
John A. Scn'hJer New Orleans
My Choice si. Louis
Gold Dun VkksbnrK
Capt. Dun Moore came in by rail vester
lay. The Gus Fowler hod a big trip of freight
The .Job u II. Maude au i Commonwealth
were lieht for St. Louis.
River at 1 p. m. yesterday (J feet 1 inch, a
decline of 1 inch in 21 hours.
Tlie T. T. Hillman came up yesterday
from the bends, and will lay over till Tues
day. The II. T. Dexter did not arrive until
yesterday p. m. She had a tine reshipping
The Gold Dust and Ste. Genevieve
had good trips for Memphis and Vieks
burg. The Will Kyle and Golden City both
overdue will probably be out this morning
for New Orleans.
The Mitchell "was uuuble to get her
freight aboard in time, and was forced to
lay over until to-day. She will leave posi
The Voltaic IIklt Co., Marsh all,
Mich. Will send their celebratod Electro
Voltaic Belts to the nfllicted upon UO days
trial, speedy cures guaranteed. They
mean what they say. Write to them w ith
The Weekly Bulletin.
PUBLISHED OX MONDAY
82.00 Per Annum
The Weekly Bulletin.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOEESALE AND RETAIL.
Tlie Largest Variety Stock
IX TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIER & CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth street f'fiii'A 111
Commercial Aveunel J 11a
MILL AND COMMISSION.
DIALIRI m ,
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Hkbost Cash Price Paid for Wkeat,
s fti 6
CURE votu BACK ACHE
And all (linemen uf tlm Kidneys, Bladder und
I rluary Orpin by w uuriug the
Improved Excelsior Kidney-Pad
It is a MAIiVLL of HEALING aud UELIKf
Simple, Sensible. Direct, rain
It CM.' It KM where nil else falls. A REVELA
TION aud KKVOl.t TlnN in .Medicine. Absorp
tion or ulnct h p; .1 it-it i in. as opposed o unsaid-factory
Internal uiedielnet. Ssntl for onr
treatise on Kidney trouble, sent free. Sold hy
tlrifrijlsts, or sen! liy niall.ou receipt of price,
This is the HATES HAS LEY,
?iM"$fcd vn Ma.Iison Street.
Ask lor It and CHICAGO. ILL.
Managers for tha Northwest.
I have sold at retail price since the 4th
as' Eclectric 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 croups in my children this w inter, it
never failed to relieve almost immediately.
Giutvilt.e. III.. March 20, 1880.
LATEST NEWS FROM MARION, 0.
Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil Triumphant.
Mrs. Seigfrird used it for severe cold and pain in side, relieved in n few minutes.
Geo. Mutchler, and old citizen, says it bents everything he has ever tried for
Dan'l Hoffman, farmer, a little south of -Marion, says it cured him of a sore throat of
Al. Runyatisays he has been a great sufferer from Rheumatism and has tried scores
of Remedies, but till to no purpose, one bottle of Dr. TIioiuhs Eclectric Oil has cured
L. P. Follett has used it for Hums, and says it is the Ross Remedy.
Sold by all Druggists.
Go to PAUL G. SCIIUII, Druggist,
Dyes. For brightness and durability
pounds, price 13 cents.
TT ATTT m A 1) V 1? T T 1? 17
1 HSU JCiU U LLUDLIB ii l lli
Assurance Society of tlie United States.
1jO BHO ADWA.Y NEW YORK
The Popularity of the Equitable Life Assurance Society,
indicated by the fact that for Eleven years its average an
nual New Business has been larger than that of any other
Company in the world, is due, in a great measure, to its well
known promptness in the payment-of Death Claims, audits
rule never to take advantage of technicalities where an
equitable claim exists.
Asa GUARANTEE of this, and to counteract the perni
cious influence of a technical policy, adhered to by many
companies, the Equitable makes ALL ITS POLICIES, old and
new, throughout the United Stativs.
ABSOLUTELY INCONTESTABLE, ,
After the policy has been in force for three years.
JC. A. BUBNETT, Agent,
0rner Twelfth St., and Washington Ave., Cairo, Illinois.
' W, X. CRAIXE, General Manager for Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, and the
Territories, 108 Drarborn Street, Chicago.
Cures by A1JS0RPTI0X (..Nature's way)
i riLUxVG DISEASES,
fVl jTHUOAT DISEASES,
ItDHIVES INTO the avitem euratlve amenta
und hcuiliivc ineillcliu-s.
It DHAW.-i I'Ky.M the dlsensi d purls the poisons
that caiHn death.
TIlOL'SA.MW TESTIFY TO ITS VIRTfES.
You can be Relieved and Cured
)in'td' ipalr until you have tried this sensible,
Easily Applied and KADI 0 A L L Y E F
V K (.' T U A I. Kemeily
So'.dhydruirKistsirei 'ul hyroail on receipt of
price. .'.()", hy
send far Tsti. r,ATES &. II AXLE Y,
nioniulsand our ,i ,T ,. t ' l
hook "Three Ml Madison Street,
pillions a Year-' CHICAGO, ILL.
Sent free, '
M imagers for the Northwest.
of December last 100 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, the Eelectric Oil cured it
C. R. HALL,
PRICE 50 cents and $1.00.
Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Frccmans' New National
of color are unequalled. Color from 2 to 5
o i i) n l p
Long Cut Smoking Tobocco
Is mild, moist, fragrant and swost. Smokes rnol,
and ',M('i twice as far as granulated tolwcc.o.
ALLEN A (tl.STEK, Manufm tnrer.
riv t iiimnriunniin
GKO, P. ROWEL!. AiCO'rt
SELECT LIST OF LOCAL NEWHPAI'EK
An ail vet User who spends upward of 3,0;
.year. Hiul who invested less thuu $:i)of it In thi a
List, writes: "Your Select Local List paid mehrt-
ier nisi year l UAS ALL TI1K Ol'HEK ADVKR
IT H NOT A ('O-Ot'KHATIVr. 1. 1ST.
IT IS NOT A CILKAH LIST.
it in an honest list.
Th cotiilucno states exactly w hat the papers ar.
Whenllie niinir of the paper is printed la P'Vl.L
FACE TYI'E it l in every instance the liEsr.
When printed In CAITI AI.S it is tbe ONLY pj
per in the place. The lint gives thu populatiou of
every ton u and the ehvuleiion n' every paper.
The rates ebariicd fur ailverti'ncare Imrelynne
lldh the publisher's fclie.lule The price lorslnelf
slates rancn from-! to tl). The price for one inch
one mouth In the entire list is The rejtnlar
rates of the papers lor the lame space snd tuna
are S'.',!)Ho u. Tlio list includes fl.vj nowspuper nf
which 1st are iistt' d dailv and 7i.5 wccklv. Ther
ore located lu 7SM dlll'urent cities rd towns, of
w hich i are state rapltals, ;VW places of over 9,0a)
population, and t,s couutv seats. Kr ropy ot
Lll and other iuliriiiatiu address.
CEO P. KOWEI.L A- CO..
10 Spruce St.. New Y'ork.
PRESENTS, rroe. Send addresa
for particulars F. THIFET, ST
hehoul street, Hoston, Muss.
A T EAR and expenses t
aiients. cmtilt free Address, f.
K K1.U 1 , AiiKUsta. Maine
THIEVES & DETECTIVES.
The most thrilling, ixritine, fiifclnntlMi book
ever written. Tal.eu from private records never
hel'orn puhlished. Sketch of the Author, the
greatest llviti( Detective. Thrllllui; Illustration.
BY ALLAX liXKERTOX.
Low in price. No cnmpetltinn. Outsells all
other hooks v!i.nHi sold immediately.
T( Kit V VI'SJ 1 awbscription only. Apply it
li .t IjaI in (once fur terms and icrrltorT.
O. W. CAKLKTON 4 CO., rubUshcrs, N. . l'it.
Ai r Oittilt lurulshe
Ul 1 I l,tructi"na r"r
TS I I IProlttahluhusit
fill 1 Vfenuau'ein. Thi
it to learn, ai d ot
Outfit lurulshed tree, with full In-
condurtlnir tho most
business that any me can
ine inismess la so easy
our inHtructtona are to
simple and nl&ln, that anv one cas
rraks great prollls from the start. No lino can fall
wlm I willing to work. Women are an successful
as men. Iloya aud Rirls can cam largo aums.
.Many have made at the business over one handled
dollars In a single week. Nothing lit e it eer
known before. All who enznpe arc siirprisd at tasi
ease aud rapidity w ith which they are able to make,
money. Yoa cun encase In this business during
yonr spare time at great profit. Tondo not have to
invest capital In It. We take nil tbe risk. Thos
w houeed rcaclr ioney, should wtirc to n at once.
All furnished free. Address TKl'E A CO., Aa
The extraordinary effect of this Ducho, a pre
pared by Dr. llayilnck, upon the Kldnev and Uri
nary Organs la without a neralh I in the history of
medicine, ami Us results far'jevond any of tho
Kidney remedies of tho dy. It stimulates I)l(5.
tlon add tono to the svstem. invigorates the De
bilitated, aud is Infallible for the cure of Dla
hete in its worst form.
One trial of a teaspoonfnl in a wlne-udass cf
water will convince the most M-cptloil w ithin from
ten to twenty minute.
Iisorder of the Kidneys.
In nil diseases affecting these ortrans, whether
they secrelo too much or too little water, or
whether they be artllctcd with Hone or gravel, or
w ith aches and pains settled in the loin oyer the
region of the kidneys. t
Will nlve almost Imnieriluto relief, when all othec
means havo fulled. 'I he most powerlul cxistln;
niedlcina for the euro of female complaints. Fifty
years expcricucclneontestahly proves this remedy
unrivalled for the disorders Incidental to the female
sex. No family should oe without It, and It may be
taken by yoiinu; nrold. as It will restore health when
every other means provo unsuccessful,
To' the stomach we trace dyspepsia, headache and
general debility to tho liver, bile, Jaundice, ant
yellow fever; to the bowels, diarrhoea, dysentery,
constipation, piles, and fistula: to the Inncs, con
sumption, etc.; to the blood, scrofula, scurvy,
and a.i rutniieona ernptlous. Ily keeping these
ore.an and vitu fluid pure and healthy wis may
safely defy the attacks of disease, and no medklE
et prepared for thla purpose can equal the na
HEAR WHAT IS SAID.
"It tin mado me a new man."
"Dr. llavdock' Kucha hatlncreafcd my weight
flfteeli pounds. "
".My wli'u would Sit be without It for nr
"Our llitlo boy I much better, I oncloie on
dollar for another bottle."
"1 And it as easy to Uke a milk."
"We have rold thirteen bottle this ml
hall waut three dozen next order,"
"My morning agony I gone thank to your
Want of space compel me to conclude.
Any luvalfd or sufferer ifflctea with any Kldnef
disorder who w 111 write tn a to their eomplalm,
will bo treated humanely and kindly. It ta my
most earnest desire to invedlgate all forme e
Diabetes, and to give relief at all time. It yoa are
too poor to purchase, write me any way. and yonr
caau will have immediate attention.
Observe that the algnatnre of Jo. Ilaydeok it
acron tho mouth ot each bottle.
Trice One dollar for large, and fifty eeate tot
HAYDOCK & Co., v
7 Dey Street, New York.