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TilE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATjJiDAV MORNING, NOVEMBER 0, 1830.
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Kprnce St.), where advertising contracts may bo
mide for it in New Yobk.
Tun official Kpoetl trials of the "Livadia,"
the rciiiurkallc steamship which has been
likened to "two jriguntic soup-plates joined
at their peripheries and surmounted ly a
palace," (which simile is not so very inacur
ratc), have proved successful. The speed
of 14 knots per hour guaranteed by the
builders was considerably exceeded. The
average speed dcveolped was 15.8tM knots,
and the average iudicu'ed horse-power was
Is regard to the re-election of Governor
Cullom tho Springlield Monitor, a demo
cratic sheet, has the following to say :
. "Gov. Cullom is the first and only man
who was ever re-elected governor of Illi
nois. Ilegnrding him from a non-partisan
t-tnud point, we can say that he has
abundant reason to be proud of the result
of Tuesday's election. Ho has been re
elected by a largely increased popular ma
jority, and may interpret the fact as n em
phatic indorsement of his administration.
The democratic leader whom he has beaten
is one of the most eminent Americans.
Gov. Cullom himself regards lion. Ly
man Trumbull as one of the greatest
statesmen oi the country a position to
which the judgment of fair-minded men of
all parties readily assigns him. To have
achieved so decisive a victory over so dis
tinguished a leader ot the democracy is
something upon which Gov. Cullom de
aetves congratulation Irom his fellow citi
zens, whether democrat or republicans, in
this community. The democrat is narrow,
indeed, whose mind cannot sufficiently ex
.panel to grasp and appreciate this sentiment.
Widely as we differ from Gov. Cullom as a
politician, our interest in the common wel
fare prompts us to hope that his second ad
ministration will be creditable to the sti'te
and hoiorable to hinuolf as a public ser
vant." Chicago Times: "There is an absurd
tradition among candidates for office that
it would not be honorable for any one of
them to vote for himself. This ailectation
ot modesty at tho ballot box is tho more
ridiculous becauso of their previous undis
guised anxiety for a nomination, and their
unwearied exertion to secure their election.
If they will not vote for themselves, what
right have they to ask friends to do so?
Four years ago Mr. Tildenwentto the polls
in his precinct and voted for the democratic
presidential electors; but Mr. Hayes had it
given out as an evidence oi his modest
merit that, his personality being involved,
lie would not vote. If, as is often said, it
is the duty of a citizen to vote,
the fact of the candidacy of a citi
zen for an oflico furnishes no adequate
excuso for his failure to perform that
duty. Mr. Tilden'a act was tho very refine
ment of modesty, if a sentimental view of
the matter is to be taken, while Mr. Iluyes'
P'Sition was tho grotesquely egotistical,
tor. Tilden, as a citizen, voted for the elec
tors who would chooso him, becauso they
w -re the representatives of an idea of which
h i was to be but the agent, an idea which
he held in common with millions of tho
elector ot the union, and in the carrying
out of which personality was a mere agency.
Mr. Hayes, on the contrary, said substan
tially: "The republican party, it is I, und
I am too modest to vote for myself." Mr.
Gar Add was not guilty of any such exhibi
tion of egotism. It is recorded that on
Tuesday he visited the polls Hf. Mentor,
and openly voted u straight lepubliban
CAUSK AND KFFEGT. ,
Tiiu stomach is accountable for ' more
headaches, nervoUMiess and generul physi
cal derangement than any other organ.
Tlieso effects, of which its weakness and
derangement are the cause, aro ol course
only to be permanently remedied by a
medicine which restores its regularity.
Tho primal action ot Hostettcr's Mum tie h
Hitters is upon the stomach, the equable
action ot which it renews. As a conse
quence tho associate organs, the bowels
and livcr,regain activity and vigor, a:id Hie
brain mid nervous system generally ex
perience quietude, which they never can
while tho cost r in and bilious functions are
disturbed. Infinitely grout' bodily com
fort is derivable' fiom u rcystcmnlic course
of this genial medicine, than is to be found
in a recourse to heady stimulants, and local
"tonics" and "appetizers," so-called, the
alcoholic principle of which usually liory,
is unniodicalod by the admixture of botunic
Why, thundered an impassioned orator tit
a temperance muss meeting, in only ono
year, in twelve short months, tho people of
the United States drank 27,807,015 gallons
of beer and 7,8.TJ,201 gallons of whisky.
How much of that hideous aggregate did
you drink? he shrieked, glaring at the
respectable vice president on t lie platform.
And in the irnpressivo panne that followed
the coi responding secretary arose, and taid
that with the exception of the tonic drops
sho was compelled to take before breakfast
and tho aueiinaCarial bitters that Dr. llnliis
prescribed for her, and a little pule ale for
her digestion and a pint of beer at night,
which she couldn't close her eyes in sleep
without it, and, may be an occasional drop
of brandy for the neutalgy, site had not
tasted a drop of spiritual ferventuous
liquids since she joined the society. IJml
"Swayse's Ointment and I'ii.j.s. The
greatest remedies the world hus ever known
curing the most inveterate case of skin
diseases, such as tetter, salt rheum, scaly
head, barbe's itch, sores, all crusty, scald
skin eruptions, and that digressing com
plaint, itching piles. As a blood purifier
and regulator, Swayne's Tar and Sarsapa
rilla Pills , are excellent. Cure sick and
uerveous headache, dyspepsia, indigestion,
ward olT malarial fevers, cleansing the sys
tem and bowels of all impurities, restoring
to healthy activity every organ of the body.
Price 25 cents a box, tivo boxes fl. Oint
ment 50 cents, three boxes $1.23. Can be
rent by mail to any address on receipt of
price. Address letters, Dr. Swayne fc Son,
:J50 North Sixth street, Philadelphia.
Sold by all leading druggists. (2)
TEN PER CENT. BONDS FOli SALE
We are offering $10,000 in first mortgage
improvement bonds ot tho Colorado Co
operative Prospecting and Mining Com
pany at par witli accrued interest. These
bonds bear ten per cent, interest, payable
semi-annually, aud aro payable November
1st, 1883. For lurther information, auaress
the financial agents, Indiana Investment
Company, US West Washington street,
l'lci.l.ows' Ilypophosphites makes an old
person look years younger. "This witness
is true." - Would that I could more widely
make it known for its many virtues. Long
may its inventor live to see the happy fruits
of his inveution.
Alkxasdkh Claukk, D. D.. Amherst, N. S.
FACTS THAT WE KNOW.
If you arc suffering with a severe Cough,
Cold, Asthma, Bronchitis, Consumption,
loss of voice, tickling in the throat, or any
affection of the throat or lungs, we know
Dh. Kino's Nkw Discovluy will give you
immediate relief. Wc know of hundreds
of cases it has completely cured, and that
where all other medicines had failed. No
other remedy can show one-half as many
permanent cures. Now to give you satis
factory proof that Dit. King's Nkw Discov
v.ry will cure you of Asthma, Bronchitis,
Hay Fever, Consumption, severe Coughs
and Colds, Hoarsness, or tiny Throat or
Lung disease, if you will call at Geo. E.
OTIara's drug store,Cairo Ills., you can get
a trial bottlo free of cost, or a regular size
bottle for $1.00 (3)
To all who are suffering from tho errors
and indiscretions of youth,nervous weakness,
early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
send a recipe that will euro you, free of
charge. This great remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
a self-addressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph
T. Inman, Station D, New York City.
Henky Van Noktwk k, of Toledo, Ohio,
says: A friend prevailed upon me to try
an "Only Lung Pad," ami I obtained im
mediate relief from a rtckiug cough. I
know the Pad hqlpcd me. See Ad.
NOT FOR A FORTUNE.
"Phew" I wouldn't marry her if sh'd a
fortune. Poor girl, she'd be all right if Bhc
took Spring Blossom, the best tiling in the
world for offensive breath. Prices: 50c,
trial bottles 10c.
Thk Voltaic Bklt Co., Mahshai.l,
Mich. Will send their eclebratod Electro
Voltaic Belts to tho afflicted upon !I0 days
trial, rjpeedy cures guaranteed. They
mean what they say. Writo to them with
FIRE! FIRE! FIRE!
The man who tries to build a fire with
wet wood, acts in a damp fuel-isH manner,
and is as bad as a niitu refusing to take
Spring Blossom when his face is covered
with pimples and he's suffering from In
digestion, Biliousness and Dyspepsia.
Price: 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents.
Sold by Paul G. Schuh, druggist.
Oiipha M. Hoikik, of Battlo Creek, Mich.,
writes May 10, 1878: "I upset a teakettle
of boiling hot water on my hand, inflicting
a very severe scald. I applied Dr. Thomas'
Eclectric Oil, and take great pleasure in
announcing to you that tho effect was to
allay pain and prevent blistering. I was
cured in three days. We prize " it very
highly as a family medicine." Sold by
Paul G. Schuh.
Dr. Kline's Great Net vo Restorer is the
marvel of the ngo for oil Nervo Diseases,
All fits stopped free. Send to 031 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Perm.
LIST )f LKTTEIIB HEMAIMNU I'NCALLW)
von in Tine rofiTon' icu at cuho, ill.,
hiiimy hovi'.um ti 5, 1880.
Uliifford, Matilda; Breeze, fiarah A; Cro
liitv, Frono; Clein, Mrs. IJ; Cullentcr,
Bertha; Cook ley, Mollie; Kutrn, Sarah;
Gray, Mary E; H iudkauipton, Sarah Hun
ter, Ellen; Jordan, M. A; Ifeene, Eineline;
Keisser, Sallie; Hydel, Annie; Latirouy,
Mrs; Minlow, Peiinie; Manning, Girddic;
O'Bryan, Mary ; Price, Vicna; link, Mug
gie; Robinson, Sallie ;Sadrus, Jo-iie; S.in
dir;i, Eliza; Twin, Mrs. W. W; Tray nor,
Mary; Weaver, Catherine; Walker. Lena;
Woo ls, Jesuy; Williams, Fanny.
Ahderson, Sam'l; Alexander, George;
Armbrust, C; Athcrs, C. B; Brannen, Jno;
Brown, Henry; IJabcock, O. H; Caranuugh,
Michael ; Croften, Ned; Cummings, C. A;
Danela, Win; Duvidson, Frank jDoggutt, E.
Evans, J. M. Gordon, Jno. Green, A. P;
Hiekson. II; Ihzcll, B. A; Heckson, S. C;
Hughes, Joe; Hyde, Jake; Hart John; II
larray, J. L; Jenkins, G. R; Junes, R. F;
Johnson, L. H; Kennedy, IT. A; Lancaster,
M. F; Lynch, II. A ; Laffoon, Dennis; Lcutz,
Albert; Linderman, Abe; Meguire, James;
Murphy, Phelix ; MeCune, Sam ; McCormick,
Wm; Nei!, J. I); Otem, Wm; OToole,
Owen; Pitt, Sidney M; Powers, Charlie;
Patterson, Henry ,fc Co; Perham, Henry B;
Padgett, Harrison; Robinson, It. R; Ryan,
L. J; Jtoljin.vOJi, George; Strode, Thos; Sul
liv.ni, S'iui'1; Saiideriord, Mack; Smith,
Jno. W; Stone, Geo. W; Shidct, Frank;
Shook, J. M; Staily, Chas; Wllk, Harry:
Persons culling for any of the above
named letters, will please say advertised.
Geo. W. McKeaio, postmaster.
JTST WHAT EVERYBODY WANTS!!
ULUEir IS AT LAST ! !
MAGN1FICIENT EXCURSION !!
New Ohlka.se and to Texas Via Nlw
On December 2d, 1880, at 8 o'clock a.
m., Col. U. S. Co!hns,ihe old excursionist,
will start from Cairo, Illinois, with another
one of his magniflcient special trains, first
class in every respect, inc;uding palace
sleepers and refreshment coach, and run
through to New Orleans, over the Chicago
St. Louis and New Orleans railroad, mak
ing close connection at New Orleans with
the Star aud Crescent Line railroad, for
Houston and San Antonio, Texas.
Fare for '.he round trip to New Orleans and
return from Cairo, $12.50.
To Houston and return from Cairo,
To San Antono and return from Cairo,
Tickets will be on sale at all stations on
tho Chicago, St. Iiuis and New Orleans
railroad, between Cairo and McComb City.
Tickets good going only on special train.
Good returning on all regular trains, up to
and including December 17th, lhBO.
Special arrangements at reduced rates
have been made with the hotels and thea
tres, for the benefit ot the excursionists.
The attention of the ladies is specially
invited to this charming trip to the Sunny
South, and the gay city of New Orleans.
For further information, nddrcs,
E. A. Collins, U. L. Collins,
Gen'l Correspondent, Gen'l Manager,
Milan, Tenn. Milan, Tenn
FOR CHILDREN ! T!."E iffi
Illustrated Magazine will enter on its i.V.h
yeurinlMSl. $1 .Kl a Year, In advnnce, Si-nd for
Kumple No. snd preinlt:m-l.tt. New Kiihsrribers
Ret extra numhr-rH hv xnh'rlbine now. Addresa
NCKSKUY I't rtLISIIiNi. ;uMPANY.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOEESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
C. O. FATIEK Sc CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth street 1 f'ilivA Til
Commercial Avenue f ' iulU Hi.
STOVES AND TIN'WAKK.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ol and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OK JOI1 WOKK DON K TO OKDEIl.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
ftj.IlQ - - Illinoig.
QHIO & MISSISSIPPI R't.
Mp hU- 4if ii'tTJl .
TIME TABLE OK PASSENOKll TUAINS FKOM
vi.ncennks (Nov. 30, 1879.)
No. Dy Express i Except Hundnv)..,. 1 :.W p. m.
KiroM (Except sniuliiyj....' 1:35p.m.
" , 4 Nitjht Lpre:K(Uilyi lS:8tlo. m.
No. 5 Express (Except Hundiiy) :P5 . in.
I i!',lr By1"1 (KxrptHuntlay).... :50p.m.
" 3 NlBlit Express (Dully) liffla. m.
J. It. CI.AHK, (I. H. Con's, Jr.,
Atfent Vlneetines. Geo. Ticket Ag't Clnclnnill
43 Yearn Before the Public.
Dr. C. McXiANE'S
are not recommended as a remedy "for all the
ills that tlefch is heir to," but in affections of
the Liver, and in all Iirlious Complaints, Dys
pepsia, and Sick Headache, or diseases of
that character, they stand without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used prcpara.
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are unequaled.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
'1 he genuine are never sugar-coaled.
Each box has a red-wax seal on (he lid with
the impression, McLANE'S LIVER TILL.
Each wrapper bears the signatures of
C. McLank and Fleming Bros.
8ar Insist upon having the genuine DR.
C. McLANE'S LIVER 1'ILLS, prepared by
FLEMING BROS., Pittsburgh, Ta.,
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLane, spelled differently but
T7XCVS1E ANXILTY. or PKOLdM.EI)
I! I L'DY, will prudiice iniirml'.y in the rv
on S r lem, In proportion s tlin strenulh of the
system It expuiuled upon the, Dimd iu irntibled
thoncht, so Hre the or'ues f dlirestion, acniinaia
tlou slid nutrition rendered Inactive and sIiicl'Ii-Ii
in proportion as the system beci tnee inlirm. Kv. ry
Indlviilual has some one 01211 that is weaker than
the rert, mid this is alwsvs the firt to sutler during
nervous prustratiuu; fur example, sflirtiui! news
sometimes cinises total suspension of tbo niti-ca-Iflr
action of the heart, when the patient It dolii!
Hated, producing sudden hcmorrlinjju ai:il rt. nth.
No doubt any louu'cr n m.nns of thu prncti'dlity of
rcftorine; the nervous system, and Lirouh the
nei-ve the tuiii'-les of the lmiaip'il ort'utu. l-KL-
LOW; t'OMI'uCNll rYlti:i' of i( Yi'tiPIIUS
I'HITKS hm been proved to possess such power
inniim. rons instiiutes. It will iiiijiart ureiiirth to
overcome atl'.lrtlon. IVrson." who are, aixustometi
to luriU npon the dark side, and who ncuii pleas
uri In livine, onusiiiij this Syrup soon learn to
value aud i' ii joy life, and those' who study deeply
dnrin? loci; hours, will Bi d In the Syrup a pro
mote! of the power of endurance In the bruin.
There is no uosurdity in the fm;t tbut an inquir
ed Nervous System cause Consumption, N'eiirnl
'. Bronchitis, Dysprpsni. AsthmH, Kpilejitlc Kit"
VYhoi'plHR C"UKh. Heart Jiisease. snd a hot of
others; then why is it nbsmd Hint Ki Hows' Hypo
phosphlles, which etTeetimliv cures Nervous Debil
ity, should cure there d!Hrses also. "rituioTtt the
es'ise aud the cuuipiaint wll eease.
1" Look out f'ir the nmne and address. .1. I.
FELLOWS, St. John. N. B, on the wrapper in
water tnnrk. which iit seen by holdiuK the paper be
fore the lULt.
SOLD BY ALL DliUiKJTsTS.
Bknj. F. Ghakton, Stohv IJ. Ladd
Halbeht E. Paine.
La'e Comuiis-ioncr cf I'aten s.
P A T li iT T S
PAINE. GRAFTON' & LADD,
A::nruer4-at-Law and Si.iv:t,r ;f Ar-crltan aod
l'i'T i-'H 1'atei.ts.
11.' YIYVU STllKKT, WASHiyTON, D. C.
I'rnc! c pnient li:w in ail It lir' ctns In the
I nu n'. t21i e, niul in li e IruiKeme aud Circuit
I'miri i,f the I nlted S'ntes. I'limpkb-t sent free
on r. (.-, pi uf miiinp Iwr postage
J 1 K
PROPRIETOR OF SPROATS PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in lee.
ICS EY THE CAR LoAl) OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
KILL AND COMMISSION.
FL0UK. GRAIN AND HAY
HlahWft Casb' Prk Paid for WUeat.'
t,,W C0M?0UHD SYRUP ttJa
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Manufacturer aud deoler in Custom-made
ROOTS and SHOES.
Finest and Ncatwrt
Klock of Custom
Made Roots and
Shops for Uoys'um!
Men's wear to In
found in the city.
No other shop inn
compare with it.
N. II All work warranted, and Ilepulrini; in ally
done on shoit noilce,
Iifrlilli !f Petweeu Cottimerriiil and
illllll Ol., Wahlii:toii Ave.
Cairo - - Illinois.
i iU V All 1
Boots and Shoes
For sale by
C. K O C H,
Manufuct'ircr and deiler iu
BOOTS AND SHOES
VI. WAY'S carries the largest and l -I sei.cted
stocl; of Cu-.loriM.-ide !not and Mio- fur
dents and L;idi, wear t.f ail the Uiesi ;yie. alo
iiIwkvk on luoiit a line of La-u rn luadu goods.
Kuhtn-rf, Leslln-ranri llndliiL'-. Invitesall to call
ai.-J i iituui;e u'-io-ie and prices before purchasing.
S. Out fit -ent free to those who wish to en
Iife luthe most pKassnt ami protitable
1 tiii.iiies known. K-.-nthln uew.
?( s iial n.-t required. We will fiiruii-b
i'ervihlni $10 dayund i:;-:itd i- yet
easily maiie iiliout' staying away fiom
home over nlcbt. No risk whatever. Many new
i-rk r-uniitt d at once. Many aru making lort
n r. ( - o t the hu.iuess. Ladles 'nuke as much as
men. and voimi.' boys and nirls nin kc great psy. No
one who Is iiin2 to wotk falls to niake'more
money ev.-rj- day than ran be niadeinaweek at any
other employment. Those who eneu-e at t-iiee
will fiud i fliort road to fortune. Address 11.
II A I .KI T d CO.. rortlaiid, liiiue.
1 - - -- - r-j .
Fcr Chills and Fever, Bilious and In-lerr.-iittcrt
Fevers, Dumb As,
and a!! N;a':iri3i Dh?as,
Stop tuking PoUoouii i rrui;s!
Stop taking ilcuf-prrdu- 1114 .' ili.lnel
Stop taking bon--i t rn ) lnc; ; lerturjt
Stop takliiR danijen: is l'i.l,-til
Ptnnil it ; ( uro eot'tii n . Oiunlnl
Stiintluril ( uro ront.ii.i. no Jiercury!
Standard Cure eontuim no r.iJonl
Btandurd Cure la pleu.-ant to tiko!
PUICi: 50 CENTS 1JEU U( JX.
Standard Cure Co.1i4 Nassau st.N.Yi
And by L'runsUts.
X KW AI) VEKTIS KM EXTS.
1 (tPKICF or t'lTV Cl.KIlK,
Caih-. Ii.i., (let. lvl,
Sealed proposals will he received at this oillro,
directed to the City Council of the citv of niro,
nntil S o'cloi k i m. of 'I'ue-diiv, November P'th,
for fiiiuisliinf( the mateilal and doi,- the
work, or iloin the work necesnary foe
the construction und reconstruction o(
th foib.wli'i; sidewalks, r.: To be
constructed uI'mooiI: (in the northerly side or
Twelfth street, from Waohii.flon aveniiH to Wal
lint street; on tho nor herlv side of i-onrtef-nth
street, iu fruit of lots No. ail, :il. .r, 3i anil S7 in
block No. 7.1. To be reconstrnctKil of wood: dn
the wrsterly side of Washington avenue from Eillh
to "lxih streets.
To be constructed of brick: On northerly sldo of
Elijhtb streut from Commcr lal to Washington av
euiic: on both sides of Sixth street from Levee
street to Commercial avenue. To he reconstruct
ed of ciudi-rs or (travel, In lieu of old wooden
wulks. on the south side of Thirty-fourth street
from Co-nmererciiil avenue to a point i75 feet east
from hycamore street ; as provided bv ordinance
No. M. approved .September iJTth, l"vS0,'whlch Is on
rile in this olllce and subject to examination at anv
The rlrht to reject anv and all bids reserved by
the city. D. J. r'oLKY, City Cleric.
Obtained for new Inventions, or for improvement!
on old wnes; for medical or other compounds, trade
mark! and labels. Caveats, Assignments, Inter
ferences, Appeals, Hulls for Infringements, and
all cases arising under the l'atent Lawa, prompt
ly attended to. Inventions that nave been
tiV IWTFTi h" l'atent Office may still,
JV ii TjJ 1 JJ V In most cases, he patented by
us, llelng opposite the U. 8. 1'iitcnt Department,
and engaged in Patent business exclusively, we can
make closer searches, and secure Patents more
promptly, and with broader claims, than those who
are remote from Washington.
TN VPWPfiTN "u"d u" mono1 " "ketch f
111 YJCilX lUJVO your device; we make ex
amination and advise as to patentability, free of
charge. All correspondence strictly confidential.
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