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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 12, 1881.
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loaiBtairiK Hrioiillmii ol lo.uay agree that mom
diieue are caused h
:mi are caused hy
' dlaordoruu blduuy or Llv.
er. II, thei
II, therefore, the Kidney end Liver are kept in
pertisct order, perfect hc.allli will ho th reult
iai l rum nan only lioen known a aliort time and
for yearn people aiflVred Kraal agony without be
ing atile to lliiri reliel, The dlr.very of Warner'a
Bafo Kidney and Liver Cure nark anew era iu
the treatment of theie trnnhlea. Made from a
elraple tropical leaf ol rare value, it contains Jiut
the tilemeutaneceMarytonoiirtiih and invigorate
both of theae Kreatorctua, and aitfely Kit "re and
keep them lo order. It ia a POHITI VB KK.MKDY
for all the dlaeaaea that cauan paina In the lower
Dart of the body lor Torpid Liver Headache
Jaundice Dlnltioca-Oraviil -Fpvit, Aifiie Mala
Jial Kever, and all dlflkultle of the Kidney, Liver
and I'rtnary Ortrau.
It lan excellent and aafn remedy for female dur
ing I'retfuancy. It lll control Muimlruatlon and
I Invaluable for Le- corrhna or lalling of the
As a Blood Purifier It la nnnjtialrd, f'.r it cure
the oruant that make the.hlood.
"It aaved my lifc."-K. II. Lakcly. Selma, Ala
"It I the remedy that will euro the many dle
eaea rieculiar to w.men."- Mother'a MKarine.
"It baa panaed (evnre teala and won endorse
ment from aome of the hlL'huat medical talent Id
the country.'' New York World.
"No remedy heretofore discovered fan l held
for one moment In compariaon witb It."- Itev. C.
A. Harvey. 1 D ., Washington, I. ;.
Tbla Remedy, which hat done anch wonder, ia
put np In the LAKUKST HIZKD HUTTLKS of any
medicine upon the market, and I told by druirtfiat
and all dealer at fl.ttper hi, it!. For Itlabete.
e0(jnire for W AUNKK'r! 8AKK DIABKTKS CCKK
Itiaa POSITIVK Kenedy.
H. H. WAKNEH & CO.,
Rocheater, N, Y.
MRS. LYDIA E. P1NKHAM!
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Th Poltlr Onrw
For all Female Compkiats.
Till annutttii, a IU nam tiarnifla, eoojUu ot
Tumi frnTtlr lint arr hnrml-n t- tht m-tat flwl
ksUlavaUil l'(xo oo trial tb nwrlt of thia Com
pnl vUlbnngnhd.aaruf la ImnwdUU) and
wtwn tutwb eonUnoMl, Id mart jr nln. etn In a sua.
dnd, a rrront ran U rttr1MM IbouaMKl will t
Ufy. On aocriant ot lUprovM nwrtu.lt la to day ra
eommrndM and prwrrltwl by tba bmi phyalclaaa In
It will eura aotlraly tK wnrat form of fiUlne
or tba Dtrrua, LrarorrlKHk, lrnulr and palnfnl
KaoatniaUoii,aUOaiiaaTmut4r, Inflammation and
' Clcaratloo, FVwdlnr, all feuplacwneot and tha coo
quanl.pimal veakneaa, and ia wperially aiUptMt to
tba Chanir of lif. It '111 dl'l and npel tumora
f rare lb aUtnu In an early U of devlpment. Tha
(mdntry Vn eanrvroua bunion tbr la checked very
Id fact U hu pmrM In U tha fra
Ml and bmt renwdy that haa evar bean dlacovar
4. It ptrmeatM every portion of the eyatem. and f)v
BawtlfaandvWror. It ranuivaa falatna,flatuJncy, da
atroya all craving for atimaianU, and rUv waaknaa
KeunaBloatlrur, RMdanbea, Nrroo IVwtraMon.
Oraanl (Milltty.BJerplNMKM, DeprMdoa and Indl
(cation. That fmllnc of bearuic down, eaualnf pain,
wl(bt and backache, ta alway perrnanrntly eared by
Iteaee. nwUlatalltlm,andandraU elmuaataa
eaa, act la hannony with tba law that (overni tba
rorKldnayOoni4lntnrllhir ai thla compound
tydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
a prepared at tffl and t Weaters Avenu. Lynn. Maaa.
Price ll.oa. Bix bottle for (.Vol. Sent by mall In tba
form of ptlla, alao In the form of yaena, on receipt
of price, l., per box. far eltbr-r. Mr. PIItittAal
freely anawera all Irttora of Inquiry, (lend for para
shirt. Addreaa aa al e Mrnttnn th(t pnptr.
Ho family ahould be without I.YDU t. P1KKHAM'
liViIR PIMA They cure Oonatlpatlon, CUlouanea
aadTonadltvof tbel.tver to fni-. ner bnx.
KOU fAI.K IIY DRL'IMtlSTH.
RICHARDSON & CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Wholeiale aceaia for LYDIA E. PINKIIAM'8
To Nervous Sufferers-Tlis (irat European tten-edv-Pr.
J. Hlnil'unn'sSpccitlc Medicine,
n. .1 n Hlniimon' Speclttc Medicine i a poel
live cure for Spermatorrhea, Inipoteney, Wvaknea
and all dlaeaae reultliifrora Solf-Abuee, aa Nor
von Debility. lrrltahlllty.Menlnl Anilely, Lanciior,
1 aaaltude. Iletireaalon orHplrllaaud functional du
SnBementsof the Nenoni iHytm pmerallv Pain.
i ni nr Hide. Loo of Memory, Premature Old
Age ana atroaaea
Uiatlead to Con
ty and an early
crave, or both.
So matter how
uatum mav be
from excoMea of
any kind, a hort
cour.e o hub
Medicine u'W k4 with ondorlul sue
cop:.n.,MM.entfreetoall. Wntcfor them and
get full particular,
' im. en ,n nacuacrn. Ol
m S i .onl bj mall on receipt
Addrei all otAart, ,,-. rft -J.
B.HIMPHON'8 MEDICINE COm
No. 104 and 10fl Main 8t.. Buffalo, N.
TO YOUNG MEN AND OTHERS.
Wa end on trial for thirty day our Electro-Vol-talc
Bolt, Hand and Huponorlos, to young men
and othura mlTerlng from wiiaknimnea. liorvou de
bility, lost vltallty.loat manhood, and many other
dieeaaoa. Wo itnaranUio peeily euro and com-
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PAINTER'S MANUAL Honao snd sign paint
lutr. BrainuiR, varnlnlilng, poltKhlng, kalaoinlnR
&o.. 86 ct. Hook of Alphabet, , HO. Btmk of Fancy
Alphabets. W. Sign, Carriage, Car, Freaco, and
Deooratlvo Fainting. W. Japano.e urnamuntatlon
J'l Standard Sign Writer, Standard Boroll
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"B A. Burnett Cairo IlllnoU "
The Cairo Prices Current
Office Washington Avenue,
Tai CaiBO Prilis Cuhrmt 1 poblltbed every
Tueaday and Friday from the oftlca of The Cairo
Bulletin, and I Intended to give a true report of
Jie condition of the market on day of publication,
and the puhlither troata that full and complete
quoutlona will be given by the bnalnee men of the
TKRMH. One cenv, 'rcopy On all order of
K or more, of amo date, the snbacrlber'e name
will be printed without extra charee. Order for
extra cople muat be received br 10 o'clock a. at
en day ol publication.
Thchsday Evening, August 11th, 1881.
The dry spell continues without any signs
of a "let up." Vegetation has put on the
look of November and farmers,
and everyone else, have good cause
for uneasiness. To add to other troubles,
the heat grows worse each dav, aod it is
rarely the case that the mercury fails to reg
ister more than a hundred at the same
time during each 24 hours.
The market is very quiet in ail its
branches and the wheels of commerce, so
far as the commission business is concerned,
have almost ceased to turn.
FLOUR. The market is very quiet,
stocks of grades for wbich there is no de
mand, seems to accumulate, while not
enough choice and family to supply the de
inand is offered.
HAY The first new hay of the season
in the Cairo market was sold to-day for
$15.00. The market is generally quiet and
CORN The demand is active and the
market is lare. 1 he tendency in prices is
to a still further advance.
OATS The supply is fair and the de
mand good. Prices rule steady ard firm.
MEAL Scarce, firm and advancing, in
sympathy with corn.
E BRAN Steady anduncbanged.
IiUTTER-Strictly choice sells readily
EGGfj The hot weather is liable to have
a bad effect on the market, but there is no
present accumulation of stocks.
CIIICKENS-rienty and quiet.
FRUIT Very little comes in of any
kinds but it takes but a small quantity to
supply the market.
Wales and Quotations.
MOTE. The prices here Riven are lor sale from
firet hand In round lota. An advance 1
charged for broken lotin Dillngordei.
50 bhlaraten,.....M.. 7 0"
:nl " choice lftas V
Fancy S Hft
4U0 Variou Rradus S 506 00
car "gilt edged" Timothy.
1 car new Timothy
3 caii Prairie.....
2 car mixed, In hulk
S can choice while, la bulk
1 car mixed In rack
8 cara whit In lmlk....
4 car choice, In Imlk
li car choice in ack
S car In bulk
No. a Red. per bn.
N-. If Red Sea
luo tack ,
.3 8a ro
400 pound choice Northern
liiO pound gilt edg
NX) pounds Southurn Illlnoli
Live, per dos 00 4 9 00
' ' CHICKENS.
14 cnops good young
8 coop mlxod
1 7MM 00
1 w&i n
Tot bus ....
.1 mi v
New potatoet per bbl.
7 5(X18 fC
SO bakeU peac.hea'.
KH) boiea Tom a toe.
.s am ou
8. V. Ham - in
me . ataiu,ft
Bbouldurs M fl.ttO
.. 1 A)
ii bnahel burlap.
6 buahel '
5 buibel "
Peache, halve and iaarter
Applet, bntcht -
Choice navv ...
......... . IMHM, M.M..,.
Calf, Ureen- 11
Sheep Pelt, dry HittiiO
Sheep Pelt, green 501
12 75t3 W
3 ma, 4 S i
Low Leaf. 4 754J 5 85
Medium Leaf. 5 bUt, to
Good Leaf. 8 CO
RATES OF FREIGHT.
15 ct T ci
n " . ar ct
SO 40 ct
W 60 ct
Grain per Cwt
Hay per Cwt
Pork per bbl
Col. John C. Whitney,
of Alunta, Ga., ssys ho owes his life
Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure.
An Old Friend.
He was afflicted with a lame back and
general debility; he was recommended
Thomas' Eclectric Oil which cured him a
once. This famous specific is a positive
remedy for bodily pain. Pcal G. 8cnr,
Joseph Durrinixkgkr, Broadway, Buf
falo, was induced by his brother to try
Thomas' Eclectric Oil for a sprained ankle;
aud with half a dozen applications he was
enabled to walk round again all right.
Paul G. Scorn,, Agent.
The Furious Fray.
Some Eiidish gentlemen were diniug
together and relating their traveling
adventures, when one of them dealt so
much in the marvellous that it induced
another to give him a lesson.
'I was once," said be, "engaged in
a skirmishing party in America. I ad
vanced too far, was separated from my
menus, aud saw tliree Indians in pur
suit of mo; the horrors of the tomahawk
in the hands of angry savages took non
session of my mind. I considered for
a moment what was to be done; most
of us love life, and mine was both preci
ous and useful to my family. I was
swift of foot, and fear added to my
speed. After looking back for the
country was an open one I at length
porcoived that one of my enemies had
outrun the other, and the well-known
saying, "divide and conquer," occur
ing to mo, I slackened mv speed and
allowed him to come up. Ve engaged
in mutual fury. I hope none here
(bowing to his audience) will doubt the
result. In a fow minutes he lay a
corpse at my focU
"la this sliort space of time the two
Indiaus had advanced upon me, so I
took again to my heels with the hope
of reaching a neighboring wood, whre
I knew dwelt a tribe friendly to the
English." This hope, however, I was
forced to give up, for, on looking back,
I saw ono of my pursuers far before tho
other. I waited for him, recovering my
almost-exhausted breath, and soou this
Indian sharel ther fate of the tirst. I
had now only one enemy to deal with,
but I felt fatigued, and, being near the
wood, I was moro desirous to save my
own life than to destroy another of my
follow-croatitres. I plainly porcoived
smoke curling up among the trees; I
redoubled ray speed, 1 prayed to Heaven,
I felt assured my prayers would be
granted; but at this moment the yell of
the Indian's voice sounded in my eyes;
I even thought I folt his warm breath;
there was no choice: I turned round"
Here the gentleman who had related
tho previous wonderful story grew im
patient past all endurance, and cried
)Well, sir, and you killed him alsoP"
'No, air; ho killed me!"
A Groat Improvement.
When a student enters Amhorst Col-
he slims a formal contract, in
loh he aereos to obov the college
laws and regulations upon pain of dis
missal, and after that ho if loft to gov
ern himsolf. If ho falls to keep his
part of the contract, tho collego onforo
es Its part, and thero is an end of the
natter. It is said to have worked a
great Improvement In collego govoin
mont ...I'1 .'.l BU,r'EKKD boyond endurance,"
MMm latA 1 mm I... aa ill
aj ...u una uuUn a f)UrIen 0 mfl."
bwe been donlod the ploaauru of socloty."
Extracts from teatlnioniali of those cured of
BKin ana scroiuioui humors by the Cuti
) ,HHttM f HINHfMtM4MINH.nNIIMMMNMMMIMH
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PUT IT TO ritOOF.
At a tuno wncn the community is Hooded
with so many unworthy devices and
concoctions, it ia refreshing to
find something that is beneficial
and pure. So conscious are the proprie
tors of Dr. King's New Discovery ior the
Consumption of the worth of their reme
dy, they offer all who desire, a trial bottle
free ot charge. Tins certainly would bo
disastrous to thorn did not the remedy pos
sess the remarkablecurative powers claimed
Dr. King's New Discovery for the Con
sumption will positively cure asthma, bron
chitis, stubborn coughs, colds, phthisic,
quinsy, hoarseness, croup, or any affection
of tho throat or lungs. As you valuo your,
existence give this wonderful remedy a trial
hy calling on Geo. E. O'Hara, Druggist
Cairo, Ills., and obtaining a trial bottle free
of charge, or regular sized bottles,! 1.00.(1)
Our Glorious Independence.
What can bo more glorious than to be in
dependent of suffering, caused by dyspep
sia, indigestion, constipation, sick heada v e,
or other diseases emanating from the stom
ach. This can easily be gained by a time
ly use of Bprdock llimu Bitters. Price
1.00, trial sue 10 cents.
Use the Pantagraph Binder. Covers furn
ished free of charge. No extra charge
over ordinary binding for the tablets.
Furnished only by Tim Caiko Bulletin
for putting up Letter, Note, Bill Heads and
other printed stationery.
The highest hopes and interest of tho
race rest on the purity, health and strength
of womanhood. We take pleasure in refer
ring our readers to the remarkable efficacy
of Lydia E. Pinkhara'g Vegetable Com
pound in all that class of diseases from
which women suffer so much.
HEROES OF THE PLAINS,
BY J. W.BCEL.
Embracing the Live and Woneerful Adventarc
Wild Bill, Buffalo Bill, Kit Carson, Capt
rayne, tapt. Jack, Texas
Jack, California Joe.
And other celebrated Indian Fighter. Scout.
Banter and Guide. A hook of thrilling adven
ture on the nUIn. Fight with Indian! Urand
hnffalo huntal Ueapi'mte adventure! Narrow
eaeapoa! Wonderful ehontinz and riding!. Wild
life in the far weat! KO illnatratlona! 16 foil
paee color plates! The grandest hook for aeent
ever pnlillahcd. Positively outsell everythlnR
eise. mo pages, price I.. Aftni complete ont-
ttsoeu. Outatand copy for $, CrT"Wrtte at
once for Agenrv. or term nn lllnstra!ed clrcn
lars, to HISTORICAL PUBLISHING CO., 604 N
5th street, 8t. Lonis, Mo.
INSTANT PAIJN RELIEF
Is a wonderful and Immediate cure for all ache
ESTThcuniatlsm, Neuralgia, Headache. Ear
ache, Cuts, Uruises, Sprains, etc.
Bold at all Druggists.
Wholesale depot 83 John St. N. Y.
Bend for circular.
OPENED JUNE FIRST.
It I aituatedln Pone County. Illinois. In a snur
of tho Ozark Mountains, half way between Vienna
and Oolconda. It
Surroundings are Delightful
AIH COOL AND BRACING,
CK IN ABUNDANCE. The table I spread
with all the delicacies of the aeasnn. The
waters are mineral, appclltlng and heallh giving,
anu luuir Denenciai euocw are leu immeuiaieiy.
J. it. uuuvvfi, rroprioior.
Pulillc notlre Is hereby given Hint In nursuanra
01 an orner ann uecree maac ana enturea in and hi
the county court of Alexander county, state of 1 1 1 -
noia, ai inuuuur lorm mereni, a. v.. iksi. in a ccr
Uln cause wherein Jacob Higgle as administrator
on lie exiaie 01 milium m. Atnerion, deceased.
was piaintiii.ana JuaaAtiiurton, Francis I), Atlmr
ton, Thomas J.Cralu, Maria J. Klgglo, Francis M.
Athi-rti-n. Kehecca J. Atherton, llunckiah M. Ath
erton. Lulu J. Athnrton, William J. Alherton,
'i nomas 11. Atnerton, uitaanetii wickor, Klijab H.
I'ooler, Kllon Young, Smith Young, Frauds
loung, James M. uialir, Kmm Craig, Allre Craig,
Mary Craig, KUaria Finch, John Godwin
Joseph Ooilwln and Thomas J. Craig, guardian of
Lulu J. ana William J . Alherton, were defendants,
I. the uniterslutied, such administrator aforesaid,
will proceed to sell thi southeast quarter of the
south wkt quarter of sertlon number twenty-six
('.Ulatid the wosl half of the north east quarter and
tnooasi nan 01 1110 nnrtn west nuarior 01 section
number thirty-live all In township number
fifteen 1M soi'tb raniru number two Ci). west of tho
the third prlnmpnl merlillen, In Alexander
coiintv, elato or Illinois, on Thursday, September
first 1HH1, at eleven o'clock In the forenoan, at the
railroad station house In "Undoes Park," tn said
county. The term of sale are one-half cash down
aud tho other hall In one year with six percent In
terest, secured by noto and niortKKe on premise
sola. And at the ame time and placo, tho under,
sinned as such administrator, will tell at yublio
anlo the following described lot In the town of
"Uoiln Park, In said county, namely: Lot num
ber seven () In block number four (4); lot num
bers Tour aud six (4) and ill) In block number five
(5); lots number four (4) ard
eight W In block number six
(ill; lots numbor eight (8) and ten (to), In block
niimhor seven (7); lot number eight (8) In block
number fourteen (14); lot number seven (T) In
block number fifteen (I Pi): lot number one (1)
mil three (!)) In block number seventeen; lot num
ber llv (R) In block number twenty ono (ill); lot
numbor six (11) In block number twenty two (IB), In
pursuance of a decree and order of said county court
made and entered at tho July term thereof, A, D.,
IHNi, In a certain case wherein tho sain parlies
above named wero pi nlntlft" and defendant, Hald
lot to bo aold on tho tame term above sped
ami. exovnt where the salo I for a sum not ex
ceeding ten dollars; the same must b paid at tho
time or the purchase Hald sale are to be made
for the pnrpoio ol paying Acht of the said estate.
July 29, 19H1. Admlntitrator, etc.
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C u r e S
EIIEU3IATISI, COUGHS AND A
1IEUMAT1SM, COUGHS AND I
Sold .by all Druggists. PRICE 50 cents and $1.00.
Oo to PAUL O. 8CI1UII. DruciriBt. Cairo. Ills., for Mrs. Freeman' New National
Dyes. For brightness and durability of
pounds, price 15 cents.
Used and approved by the leading
CIMS of EUROPE and AMERICA.
The most Valuable
Conghi. Colds, Sore Throat Cronp and
MrTtj them. zs and 00 cent sizes or
GAD MEDAL AT THE PHILADELPHIA EXPOSITION.!
KILTER, HEDAL AT TBh PAKIS EXPOSITIOBI. COLGATE&COfi.Y.
For sale by C. W. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Assurance Society of the United States.
l'O BROAD WA.Y NEW YOEK
The Equitable Life Assurance Society was the first to in
T0NTJJE SAYINGS FUND POLICY,
And thereby to popularize life
W. N, CRAINE, General Manager for Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, and the
Territories, 108 Dearborn Street, Chicago.
E. A, BURNETT, Aent.
0)rner Twelfth St., and , Washington Are., Cairo, IHIhoU
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