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THE DAILY OAIBO BULLETIN : TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 2, 1881.
THE DAILY BULLETIN;
vmr mounim) (notriuv ixoii-rtD).
I he leading 8ui.iiluoi io.iiiiv Hu-mi thiit moxt
aiaeaee are cuhhimI ,y diMiriti-p-il Ki.lni.y .r l.iv.
r. ll, thiiieloris.llie Kidney and l,iv r are kt iiiin
perfect order, perfect heallu w.ll l.u tho runult.
i bl Vrutb Iim only been known a Mtiort Inno ami
or v;ar poopl uf)erod great i?onv without lie
Inj? elite to find Mlitil. 'Hie dler.overy of Warner'
Hiiro kidney and I,lvr Cure mark anew ra in
the treatment of tbnur. trouble. Mi,. from
imp e tropical leaf of rarevaluiMt ruutalu luet
uiu PlemunMniMirpnary toaoiiriah and invigorate
bothof iiMitrcatorHti,aiidIHy r-etoru and
Jeip them Jo order, Tt Ik a I'OHI'I IV K KK.MKIIY
r all tbu rilva that cau imln In tha lower
Prt of the body -lor Torpid Liver-Headache
Iaiinillc-DI.uii-rnl- 1'ever, A;jne-Mala-Jlal
Fever, and all dtlllculti of tint Kidney, Liver
and t'rlnary Organ.
It Uao exc ellent and fe rumcly for femaluatlar
In Ittunancy. It will control Menetrtiatiun ami
j Invaluable fur he turrtina or lalhue of ibe
Am a Wood PtirilVr It la tineotnled, fur It cure
the organs that make the blood.
"It eavwl uiy life."-K. II. Ukely. 8elma. Ala.
'II la tlm remedy that Kill ture the many din
ee peculiar to women. "-Mother Marine.
' It ha ia-cd aevero teta and won einlor."
nicut from ime of the hlulien medical talent In
the rouutry. '-New York World.
"No remedy heretofore dlncovered can hi held
for one ntometit in rotnparion with it "- Itev C
A. Harvey, I) I)., Waahlugtun, D. ('.
Thi Itumcdy, which haadnne nrh wonder, la
put np lu the LAKOKdT HIZKI) BOTTLES of any
medicine opon the market, and i u1d by drupwata
and all dealer at Sl.i'ipcr bottle. Kor lia)-t'.
enquire for V AKNKK H oAKIS IHABKTKS L'L'KB
It iaa I'OSITIVE H mely.
II. 11. WAHNKU fc I'll , Itoche.ter, N, V.
MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAMi
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8
The I'q.IHt Cure
For all Female Complaints.
ThU anpanUoa, a iti nam alfiiiAea, couurt ot
VeieUbla Procwrtie that are barmU.ii. to tbe moat del
icate Inralid. CpuaeoetriaJ the merit of Uua Com
pound will be remgntvvJ, aa relief 1 Immediate i and
"hen It um la cuutlnued, In ninety ninraln a ban.
drad, aperntanrntcunUerTecte'l aathounnilt will u
tify. Ob account of lt proren rorltj, it la to-day re
commended and prvtcnbH by the beat physician in
It will euro entirely the wont form of falling
of tbe ntcrna, Leaeorrnwa, Jrrt-irukr and painful
ISenatroaUon, all Ovarian Troohlea, lnflamrnatloa and
Itceratloo, Floodlairi, all tMipUvt mcnta and tbe ton
eequent iplnai eknaa, and la eapedally adapted to
tbe Change of Ufe. It vtll dlMntre and eipl tumor
f rem the uterutln a early atajr of diTekment. Tha
tendency to oanceroaa humor there If checked very
ipeedily by he dm
In fact It haa prvel to b the tTeat
ert and beat remedy that baa err bMn dlwover
new life and rigor. It remoee falntnemftatiilency. de
(troy all craving for atlmnlanta, and relleree weaknei
of the atomic h
, eurea Dluatlng, n.la,bi. Kerrou Troatratlon,
OeaeraJ Debility. Sleeph-eeneia, Depremlnn and Indl
(eatlon. Tiiat fnullng of bearing down, eaiulcc pain,
weight and backache, la alwaya permanently cured by
Itauae. It wlJIat all tlnie. and under all ctrciunatan
e, act In harmony with the law that gnrern tbe
For Kidney Complaint, of elisor ei tbl compound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
I prepared at tnand t Wcatern Avenue. Lynn. Mao.
Price $1.0. Six bottlee for VM. Rent by mail In the
form of pill, aim In tbe form ofLracng'a, nn receipt
of price, 11.00, per box, for either. Mr. riNiCHAM
freely anawera all ti-ttete of Inquiry. Bend for pam
phlet. Add real aa ant it e ,Vcfinn thit pptr.
Va family nhouW be with-mt LYDIA K DNKRAM'
LfYR TILLS. They cure (uitlillon, BUlouaneag
andTornldltr of theljewr tAo-iitu tier boa.
FOR KALE BY DRt'CSUISTS.
HICIIARDSON & CO., St. Luin, Mo.
Wholeiale atfeul for LYDIA K. I'INKHAM'8
HANEVSTKADB MANUALS. -I'Mnter.r,!) ct.
Carpenter. SO. Watrhmiiker, end Jeweler, Ni.
Kakor, W). Catidynukor, VI. Taxidermlet, r.
Ulldor, 50. Furniture aud Cabinet Finleher, no.
Arttft. W. Soapmakcr, an. Horeo nhoe,
Wood cticmver. i Of hwokeellcre or bv mall.
JESHE 11ASEY Jt CO., 1 1 ! Namau etrcet if. X.
To Nervonii Rnnvrori-Tli Oreat KnropeBn Rein.
ftlv-Dr.J. B. Hliupon'Sppcill Modlflup.
r J. B, Hltitpaou'a Specific. Medicine la a poel
tlvti cure for Spermatorrhea, Imtmloucy, Wtmktieei
and all dleeaee reeultlnu from Self-Abuee, a Nor
voneDehlllly.Irrllablllly, Mental Anituly.LaiiKiior,
I,altudc, ftcprcioilon ofHplrliBud funclionHl d
raniromenta ol the Murvmta Kyelem generally Tftlin
In Hack or Side. Lo of Memory, l'reinatiire Old
Ae and dieaem
that lead to Con
ty and an early
uravu, or both.
No matter how
ayatom may lie
from eicoaiif of
anr kind, a ahnrt
courau of thl modiclno will rculoro ti o loel In no
tions ami procure health and hnppinraa. where lie
fore waa deiipoudenr.y and kIimhii. lh8 Kpofilnc
Medicine la being ued with woudurftil euc
c.e. ranipbletaaentfreatoall. Write fur thum nnd
get full particular,
j-rice, nperino, ii.iki per pacaage, oi fix ick
aife for $n.0.
vt in oe
i euiit by mall on receipt ol
I. B. PIMTHON'M MKDICINK CO..
Not. 104 end 108 Main Buffalo, N. Y.
impn nil iMiiuir.
TO YOUNG MEN AND OTHERS.
Wo aend oo trial for thirty days our Electro-Vol-talc
Bella, Bund and Hupeneorloa, to young men
and other auirerlag Irom weakneaee. nervoua de
bility, lost vitality, loat manhood, and many other
diioaee. WeKuarnntee epoedy enrea and com-
8 let roatoratlim of manhood. Addro without
olay, VOLTAIC BELT CO. Marshall Mich.,
Lrgat Otroulation of nr Dmily in
Oitlce: Balletln Bulldlnit, WMblnxton ATtnae
pally (delivered by carrier) par weak, , .
Hon.. II i - J .
My mall fin advance) ono year.
. 10 00
Ono moiilh ,
Ry mull Ilr. .,lu..... ...
- . I MUTiiiy in. yew., , BaW
ma monu i On
i hree month ad
locitibtof ton and OTerfper copy) 150
I'ofttage In all eaae prepaid.
Klrat llimirtlitii. nee am.ro at IM
Muoaoouent tnaertiona, per aqaare 50
For one week, per aqaare 8 00
Fanerar notice no
Oliltuarlea and reaolntlon panned by oi,letle
Oeatha and mrrlMj;ea free
Flrat lueertlou. ner an nam tinn
Huhacoatnt tnnartlnu 50
nigni line oi ona nonpareil conitltnteaiqaare.
Diaulayud adrertiaemoni will h
ini? to tbe pace occupied, t above rate-ther b-
Ine twelve line of 7illd trne to tha Inch.
To reinlar advertlaera w niru. ann
IllUIlt. llOth a tO .rat of ch.rir.. .nil mmn.,
dieplayluii their ffvjr-
J tn pajier may fonud on die at eo. P. Rowell
Co. Newtpanrr Advrtiine Barean. (10 Snrnr
trHti where advurtlainK contract may be mad
I r It In New York.
Commnnlcanon anon inblectanf mamral Intamat
to the public are at all time acceptable. ReleeUd
mnimpta win not be returned.
i.ettern and commnnlcatton honld ba addraad
E. A. Burnett Cairo llllpoi "
The Cairo Prices Current
Office WbWihinjrton Avenue,
Tm C.ino Paid Cchmkt 1 published every
Tneinay and Friday from the oflke of Thi Caiko
BuiAiTiM.and i intended to lve a true report of
ne condition of tbe market on day of publication,
and the puhlliher truat that full and complete
imitation will be given by the buinen men or the
TKKMS.-One cem, rcopy On all order of
V) or more, of ame date, the subicribcr'i nam
will be printed -ltbout extra eliaree. Order for
extra copica mtial be received by 10 o'clock a. at.,
on day ol publication.
Monday Evemna, August 1, 1881.
Tlic dry weather prows more dry and the
lust more dusty. The streets appear to be
covered to the depth of several inches with
oobe toil, hut little heavier than common
air that tills the atmosphere on the slight
est provocation. To-dav and vesterdav
have been several degrees warmer than
characterized the temperature of last week.
The market is very quiet and the amount
of produce handled is small, owing to sev
eral circumstances, chief among them, lack
of stocks in articles wanted and lack of de
mand in articles that are plenty.
FLOUR The market "rules very quiet.
Prices are well sustained, hut the move
ment is very small.
HAY Choice hay is scarce but the de
mand is very small, and the market is con
bid ered dull.
CORN Firm and scarce. Not enough
arrives to rill orders for milling purposes.
There is no surplus on the market of any
OATS Weak and unsettled. The ten
dency of prices is to a still further decline.
Receipts are liberal.
MEAL City mills find ready sale for
more than they tan manufacture, on ac
count of scarcity of com. Prices are firm.
KHAN Steady and unchanged.
KUTTER Choice continues very scarce
and in good demand.
EGGS The demad is small, but receipts
are light and prices unchanged.
CHICKENS We uote a steady demand
for choice yoimp chickens that exceeds the
FRUIT Peaches that arrive are poor in
quality and low in price. Grapes have
made their appearance in quantities and
sell readily at 5 cents. The demand for p
ples is confined to the local trade and this
is supplied by country wagons.
Salon and CduoUitlonH.
NOTE. The uncos here Kivcusretor 'uto' from
firet hand In round lot. An advanco la
charged for broken loteio fillluuonlcri.
M) bill Tatent 7 do
loo " choice h no
200 Fancy it 25
400 Variom grade 3 505 50
I car choice Timothy.
1 car Timothy
1 car Prtlriu
1 car Red Top ,
4 car Prime....
2 car mixed, In bulk
5 car choice while, la bulk
'i car choice, In bnlk .
1 car choice In aack.
Ucar now In bnlk...
No. S Red, per bn..
No. XKcd Kua
800 bbla City.
VKI ancka .
400 pound Northern..,
win nounda cholc....
500 tiouads Southern Illinois
200 pound common norlhorn
Live, per iot...,
...... I 00 Ut B CO
4 coop too4 youne
t coop cholc young.
ecoop ueu ....
N. O. per craU
6 OO&ft SO
New potato per hbl
...1 ooai 50
Per bill 7 f(
SO boie peache..,
IIWO pd, Grape
Per barrel s jik&h 00
LA ft I).
h. V. II a til I
. 1 a
'i buthel burlap.
ouinei ' ,
Peache, halve aud uuartera...
Choice navv ....
t W I
Sheep Pelt, dry ..
8heep Pell, preen.,
Oood I tic
.i 7V(3 !
4 50 a"
Low Leaf. 4 7W t !
Medium Leaf r Htt, 6 !
Good Leaf 6 t 0
RATES O? FREIOHT.
1J ct -11 c
17'4 vf dH
) 4' ct
t.rain per Cwt
lUy per Cwt
Klour per bbl
I'ork per bid
No Good Preaching-.
No man can do a good job of work,
preach a good sermon, try a law suit well,
doctor a paticDt, or write a good article
when he feels miserable and dull, with
sluggish brain and unsteadily nerves, and
none should make the attempt in such a
condition when it can be so easily nnd
cheaply removed by a little Hop Bitters.
See oilier column. Albanv Times.
Ponder on these Truths.
Torpid kidneys, and constipated bowels,
are the great cause of chronic diseases.
Kidney-Wort has cured thousands. Try
it and you will add one more to their num
ber. Habitual costivcuess afllicts. millions of
the American people. Kidney-Wort will
Kidney-Wort has cured kiducy com
plaints of thirty years standing. Try it.
In Hot Water.
Orpha II. Hodge, Rattle Creek, Mich.,
write: "I upset a tea-kette ot boiling hot
water on my hand. I at once applied
Thomas' Eclccfric Oil, and the effect was to
immediately allay the pain. I was cured
in thrco day.r' Paul G. Hchuh, Agent.
A Liberal Offer.
Wagucr & Co. Michigan Ave. & Jackson
Ht. Chicago, offer to send Klcctric Bolts,
Bands, etc., for the cure of Nervous Debili
ty and other diseases, free, for examination
nnd trial before purchasing. These Elec
tric Devices are the iuvention of Dr. D. A.
Joy, of the University of Michigan, nnd are
claimed to be tho only Electric Devices or
Appliances for tho cure of diseases that
have yet been constructed upon scientific
principles. Sec their advertisement in this
All Important Discovery
lias been inado whereby a successful vego
table combination lias been introduced,
which acts upou tho IhjwcIh, the liver aud
the kidneys, and at the same timu imparts
strength and vitality to tho cutire system.
Burdock Blood Bitters constitute this im
jKirtant discovery. Price 11,00, trial i-izo
Deaf as a Post .
Mrs. V. J. Lang, Bethany, Out,, Mates
that for Hftecn months she was troubled
with a disease in the ear, causiug entire
deafness. In ten minutes after using
Thomas' Eclectric Oil, she found relief, and
in a short time she waB entirely cured and
her hearing restored. PaulO. 8chuh, Agt.
Nearly a Miracle.
E. Asenith Hall, Binghamton, N. ..
writes : 'I suffered for several months with
dull pain through loft lung and Bhould.
crs. . I lost my spirits,, appotito and color
and could with difficulty, keep up all day
wy mother procured some Burdock Blood
Bittors; I took thorn as directed, and havo
felt no pain since first week after using
them, and am now qaita well." Price
$1.00, trial lizo 10 cents.
I MM I
Tie Way Plate Glass I Made.
To cast, roll, polish mid burnish plato
glass requires machiuory of a peculiar
construction, and a "plant" that is
costly by reason, of its complex nature.
The pouring of liquid glass from the
furnace upon tho east-iron plates, and
the subsequent rolling, ore processes!
comparatively simple. Any hoiisu
konper who has used a rolling pin on
a batch of pio crust dough, performs
an operation very similar to this stage
of nliileghss making, ll, is tho suc
ceeding processes of grinding and pol
ishing and linal burnishing that require
time and cosily mechanism. After
loaving'the rolls and bed plato Iheghiss
is rippled and rough, and only lit for
gratings or skylights. Kuch plate must
be transferred to machines Unit, resem
ble the turn-tables of a railway. On
the revolving pirn form the glass is
cemented Into a bed of plaster of paris,
and tho machine started. Bearing
heavily on the surface of tho glass nra
blocks of metal, and while in motion
the surfaces are kept suppliod with
sharp sand and a constant stream of
water. Tho next stage of the glass
grinding process is tho same as to
machinery, but instead of sand coarse
emery is used. Tim finer emery is
used in another revolving table, and
so on for half a dozen limes. The
final polishing is done by heavy recip
rocating devices, fed with rouge, and
maintaining a constant back mid for
ward motion, and nlso a lateral move
ment over tho surface of tho crystal.
All this requires the assistance" 'if a
largo force of men, many of them
skilled laborers. After goino; through
these different grinding and polishing
the plate that measured at) inch in
thickness is only three-quarters of an
inch thick, has lost nil its roughness,
and is ready for tho show-window of
the purchaser. Villmry Tcleyrajih.
Tins article appears in a Iiiclii"fiii jour
nal: Amos James, Esq., piopi ictur ol the
Huron House, Port Huron, Mich., hu tiered
so badly with rheumatism that be was una
ble to lame his arm lur three months. Five
bottles of .St. Jacobs Oil cur. d hiiu entierly.
Wb are strongly disposed to regard thai
person as the best physician who docs rno.t
to alleviate human buffering. Judged from
this standard. Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham, 2.'!l)
Western Ave., Lynn, Mass., is entitled to
the front rank, for her Vegetable Coin
pound is daily working wonderful cures in
female diseases. Send for circular to the
I BITnSIt LIQUID OB DBT FOBS
Tknt Acta at the aaine lime an
m TSI SIDffSTS.
WHY ARE WE SICK?
Becautt tit aUnw that urtat oroaiu to
ibtcomt clf(ijl vr tvrpld, ami poitonwti
hwnortatt therfor forced into th blood
! ihouldbe exptlttd naturally.
WILL SURELY CURE
PILE, CONSTIPATION, I'RINART
DISEASES, FKMA1.K WEAKNESSES),
a m r.uvor uisuuitEne,
I bgeaiu'wt fret action of then oryunt and
rtttorint their jtower to throw off diteatt.
Whj Differ Illlloui pain and acliet
IflfhT toraieuted Tilth VI lei. Conatinatlonl
f Why frightened over d lor Jored KMnejit
Whyendur nerron orlck liedarhef
It I put up In lr Teaelakle Form. In tin
I can one ii kage of wJilch makee i quart of
medicine. Alio In Llavld Ferm, rrrt I nncee.
treted, far thoa that ceirnet rreillljr prepare tt.
twit a'-te with equal efficiency in elOirr form.
I GET IT Of TOmi DRUOOaST. miCE, 1.00
I (Will tenet the dry postpaid.) Rrai OeTOS,
I'utillr, iiiitlce hcrchy ulvmi (hat in iiiireiumo
ofan otttrr ami dccren mailc nnd entered m and liy
me county court 111 Aivxanucr county, etale ol nil
UiiIii, at t lie, hi no turn 1 thereof, A. I) . lttil. In n ccr
lain r.auee wlu'ri'iti iIhi oIi R'utilnue ndinliuelnilor
ul I lie BKtai of Mllliini M Atlicrtnn, dotcaecd,
wftH plRiiit.tfl.anrl ililda Allicrtnii, Fraud I). Atlicr
Ion, Tlimnae .1. fral;, Maria J. HIl'i-'Ii', CrBtici M.
Atliertnn. Hidirrr J. Allmilon, llczi-kmli M. Ath
crton, Lulu .1 Atlicrliin. William J. Atherton,
Tlnima l Alh.'rlon, Klt.ahrth Wlrkcr, Klitiih M.
TYrlcr, Kllcn Youiiu, Smith Voiiiib. Kratud
Yoiiiii;. .tame SI. ('nil ir, Kninm t'ralu. Alice t'rnln,
Mary ('tali,', El.nlrt Klmli, .1 olin Cioihviu
,lo,cih tioduin end Tbomne .1 ( ralu. piiiirdlnn of
1, 11I11 .1. anil William J . AUiitIoii.mitc itcienilHtil.
1. Ilii'iiiidcrnlvni il, 11 ik.Ii admliilKtratorHfureiaid,
will proceed toeell I lie eoiilh ct (litartcr of tli
oulli wet qiinrtor nf eiu tlon niimlier twenty six
(.til and tlm weal lialf of 1 lie north raet quarter nnd
tlm i-iiel Imll ol the iiinlh enl (jiiHrtcr of ecction
niiinliiT thlrly-llvc (IIS), nil ir townehlp mi ni Iter
flftccti (IM eoi'lli ranrc number 10 CJi, went ol'llm
tlm third prlin'iil meridian, In Alexander
rmintT. miitn of llilnule, on Thnradiiy, Mopteniher
flret I NHI . at elecn u'clock in the forenoon, at the
1 allrond Million hoiim' In "llodu'' I'lirk," In euld
county. The terin nl alc arenne-lmK caeh down
and tlic other hall In 0110 year wllli elx per cent in
trrcm, K'H iircd hv nntn and inorlmiK on p-einlne
Hold. And ul tho am time and tilare, tho mnlci
ellined n mich adnilnlHtriilur, will aell at puhllc
hIo the followliii" deei rlhed IoIh In til" lowti of
"lliidtrc J'nrk," In ald conntv, nnnioly: Lot mini
her eeven (71 Inldoek unmlier lour (lj; lot 011111
lem tour and elx (4) and (H) In lilork intnihcr five
(is): lot nuiulicr four (I) ard
eii;ht (H) In lilnck niimlmr lx
(li'i; lot iitimlior eight (S) and ten (1(1), In block
niinihoreven(7); lot niiinbet eluhl (SI lu block
number fotirlc.cn (M); lot. number eoven (7) In
block number tirtoen (ir); luta niimbitra ouo il)
and three (!)) In block number seven two. i lot utiin
her flve(.'i) In block mitnbcr twctiiy-oim (Jl): lot
numher alx () In block niiniher twenty-two !!2), In
pu iNtiaiiro ol' a decree, and order of mid rouuty cuu rt
iiinde anil entered at Ilie July term thereof, A, I).,
IH), In acertala caee wherein tlm aaine paitlea
hnve ninnd wcrti iilnlntlfrand dufeadant. Said
liit to he anld on tlio tame term aa above epecl
fled, except where the aalo I for a um not nx
eccdiiiB tendollar; tlm aumn mint bn paid at the
time or till) purchase. Bald aalo are tubs made
for the purpose of payluc duhta of the said estate,.
July 26, 1B81. Admlnlatrator, tc.
THE ONLY MEDICINaff
by PAUL G. miM, 'tMm;im:EErEEt
Eclectric gf'fc Eclectric
AronTit Its Weight in Gold.
C 11 r e S
EHKUMATISM, COUGHS AND
HEUMATJSM, COUGHS AND
IlKUMATISIl. COUGHS AND
Sold hy all JJnifrgists.
Cl( to PAUL O. HCHUir, DruggiBt,
Dyts. For liri'litja'88 nnd durability
poiiuuH, price 10 cents.
TJed and approved by the leading
CIANS of EUROPE and AMERICA,
The most Valuable
CATARRH, HEMORRHOIDS. Etc. Also for
Concha, Cold. Sore Throat, Croon
"Try them. 25 and 60 cent tiies
CBAD SIF.DAL AT THK PHILADIJ.PHI A I VJU" a
ILVB SIEOAL AT TH& PABW ULTOSITION. COLGATE & CO., N.Y.
For sale by C. W. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Assurance Society of the United States.
1MO BROA.DWAY NEWYORK
The EquitftMe Life Assurance Society was the first to in
TONTINE SAVINGS FUND POLICY,
Anl thereby to popularize life
W. N. CBAINE, General Manager fop Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, and the
Territories, 168 Dearborn Street, Chicago.
32. A.. BURNETT, Agent.
Corner Twelfth St., and Washington" Ave., Cairo, Illinois
t mm MmmitftMj9t wh
. . .mm 1
J'JIJrE 50 cents hih! $1.00.
nf color i
for Mrs. Freeman' New National
are unequalled. Color from 2 to 8
Article from port
Vueline uch a
Vaseline Cold Cream,
Vaseline Camphor lee,
Vaaeline Toilet poapa,
re rlr te ; ilallirNik
An agreeable form ofUk
ing Vaaeline internally.
oe nvipra a tat
WOITWDS. BUB ITS.
and Diphtheria, etc
of all our good.
insurace to a degree before