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f yon are afflicted with biliousness, use
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If you tiro prostrated with li It headache, take
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If your blond In I hid lire, purify It with
BCKDOCK BLOOD 1IITTEHS
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It your liver Is torpid re tore It to healthy action
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If your livur la affected you will flud a eliure restor
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If you have any specie of humor or plrnple, full
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If yon have any atmptoms of ulcers or scrofulous
orel, a curative remedy will he foil mi In
BUUDOCK BLOOD BITTEKS.
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nothing can equal BUUDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
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FOSTEk, MILIiURN & CO.. rrop'rs,
BUFFALO, N. Y.
For sale by PAUL G. 8CHUH, )
MBS. LYDIA L PiNKHAM
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8
Tb Prwlrhrw Cure
For all Female Complaints.
Ttte pnpmtion, m Its name tlonUlee, eonslsta at
TttjWbl PropertJra that are bannlna to the moat dol
leaUumUd. l'on one trial the bmHU o( this Com
ouDil wtQ t rH(iUiMl. u nUa( la ImmadUMi and
vhta Its om la eootlnuM, In ninety -am oaM In a huo.
dnd, prrmuirat mir la eff x-ted,M thmstuviM will U--tUj.
Oa araoant of tu proven merit, It 1 ta-d7 r
eoBmttxM and prwrrtM by the beat physicians In
It U1 cure entlrslr the want form nf falling
ol the. atoms, LmrarrhiA, ImiruUr and paiaful
Umnrattioti, all OrtrUut Tmn Mm, Inftmintloa and
Ulcarstloo, riondUnfr, all ItUpUcwments and the eon
saqntot spinal weaknres, and Is etpaolallj adapted to
lb Cbanc of Ufa. It will dlanolv and fi-prl rumors
fram th utenuln an early stage of development. The
tasdeney to eanceroushumur there 1 checked very
spMdlly by Its use.
la fmet l has proved to be the great
est and beat remedy that has ever been dlooTr
ad. It pennaau every portion of the lyntem, and gtTs
D Ufeandrlor. It remote ftlntneM.flataleney, de
stroys all craving for stunulanU, and reUeve weakne
K ear Bloating, neaiuube, Ki'rvnu Pront ration,
0iwral DebUlty, BleeplMnea, Dcpn xlon and In.ll
gattloa. That feeling of bearing down, eaiwlng pain,
weight and barkaebe, I lwy permani ntly cured by
tUUM. ltwUlataUtliiieK.andiinderall clrrunutan
eat, act In harmony with I tie law that gorvra th
for Kidney Complaint of either ei thl eomp,ine
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
I prepared tCHndWl Western Arenue. Lynn. Mm.
Price r i- Si botlk fur $.'..0i Sml I'T mail hi tli
form of pill, alo In the form nf tnn-mri, on rw'fljn
of price, 11.09, per but. fur either. Mr. ri.NaFlASI
freely answer all Hter of Inquiry. Bend for in
phlot. Aildreea a ahe vo M'HlinH Ihtt pnprr.
No family houM he without LYDIA i- I'lNKOAM'
LJVIR I'lLLS. They cure Conntlpntlon, HUIounntia
andTorpldltv of the Llrer. tn rents tier ten.
FOIt SALE BY DUUtKilHTH.
RICH VKDSON & CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Wholesale agenls for LYDIA E. TINKIUM'S
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TRADE MARK. Tho Great Ens-
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i midiUiiit; cure fur
potency and all
illsoafes that folow
as a eoqiletiro
nf seli ahtiHe; a
Before Taku1g...verrniri.iideAjtur X4.
dlmnosi of vision, iireniaturc old ago, and many
other diseases that lead to luanltv, consumption
or a premature grave.
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Monday Eve.nino, Sept. 20, 1881.
The weather remains warm with prospect
of rain. -
The market remains quiet with but little
change since hist report.
HAY Demand light; stocks fair.
FLOUH Firm and unchanged. Re
ceipts continue light and the demand fair.
CORN Supply fair and demand lisjht,
with no change in quotations.
OATS Firm at quotations.
MEAL Demand fair.
BRAN Remains the same as at last re-
HL'TTER Good butter is very scarce
and in good demand.
EGGS Are very scarce and in active
FRUIT A few. Fancy peaches bring
ing good prices is about all we have to
POTATOE Are bringing good prices,
but few on the market.
Sales and Cduotatlons.
NOTE. Tho prices here given arc lor sales from
firsthand In round lots. An advance Is'
charged for broken lotunflillngorders,
:i " cholre
7 S"1" '
70 Various graues
:i cur I'r'tno
H cur "tilt edirert" Timothy. ,
rcnr rhoice Timothy
cars mixed, In bulk
4 enr while in hulk
1 rnr while In bulk
1 car choice. In bulk
H car choice in sacks
lo cars in bulk
No. a Ked. per bil 1 it-
No. ii iledetorauean 3s
100 bbls City
400 bbls City
rvm sacks .
HXi pound strletlv choice Northern 80
MiOponiuls gilt edge
5.1IU poilini.i Boumeru iinuuio
Live, per do ... 00 O 0 00
15 coop iond young , 1 V'l 2R
11 coops Hen i Wii'i 75
5 coop small young , . 1 W
Fer huuurod , 15 00
F.arlyKosu I SHIISS(SIIIMtl III) t
1 baskets pearhns rancy 751 00
100 boxes Uartlet pears AO
Forbarrol W 50
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;
Tierces, , )
Half do u
Buckets , 13
Plain ham none
B.C. Uhiub H
Clear sides - Vi'A
Ht. Johns l AO
Ohio Klvur...". 1
bushel burlaps ($A
0 bushel ' la
5 bushel U
Dill El) FUCIT.
Peaches, halves and u,u8rt6rs WM
Apples, bright Vu,
Choice navy 2 00'J 2
Choice medium 1 TJ&i 00
Choice, Factory UVift.
fib V '
Green Halt 7
Sheep Pelt, dry ..Mi.
Sheep I'tlt J, green f0'l
Common Lags ti W
Good lug 3 5D 4
Low Leaf. 4 T.Vfa r.
Medium Leaf 5 5"4 !C
Good Leaf 50 8 Of
RATES OF FBBIGHT.
Memphis New Orleans VVey
Graltiper Cwt If cu iHKcts 3' c.s
Hay per Cwt 17(4 " 85 " el
Flouperrbhl HO " 4ri tWctr
Fork per bbl 00 ' t7 Si is
The Methodists in the United State
The tolal number of Methodists in
tho United States is about 3,500,000.
They are divided into fifteen branches,
nil of which agree in doctrine, and iu
most respect in practice.
The largest branch is the Methodist
Episcopal Church. This was organized
at a conforenco of Methodist ministers
called by Thomas Coke, and held iu
Baltimore, December 24, 1784. This
branch has now 95 conferences, 12
Bishops, 12,096 traveling preachers and
1,742,922 members, andehurch proper
ty valued at about $73,0OO,iK)0.
The Methodist Episcopal Chnrch
South, the second in size, was organ
ized by geeeders from the Methodist
Episcopal Church, at Louisville, Mayl,
1845. The occasion of tho secession
was the action of the General Confer
ence of 1844, requesting Bishop An
drew to "withdraw from the exercise
of his office until certain slaves owned
by his wife were emancipated." At
the time of the secession this church
bad about 450,000 members. It now
has 39 conferences, 7 Bishops, 3,860
ministers and 822,000 members.
Tho Methodist Protestant Church
was organized in Baltimore in 1830 by
certain seceders who fRVoredlay repre
sentation in the conferences, and the
abolition of the presiding elders. This
branch bas no Bishops. It has 1,314
The Unitod Brethren Church was
founded by Philip V. Otterhein. It
has five Bishops, forty-seven confer
ences, 2,196 ministers, and 157,835
The Evangelical Association wns
founded in 1800 by Jacob Albright, and
is composed mainly of Germans. It has
three Bishops, twenty-one conferences,
893 ministers and 112.197 members.
The Free Methodist Church was or-
f;anizod at Pekin, N. Y. It is especial
ly devoted to the preaching and prac
tice of the doctrine of suuctilication,
and is opposed to the putting on of gold
and jewels, and the wearing of co.stly
apnarel and tho secret societies. It has
neither Bishops nor presiding elders.
It has thirteen conferences, 271 preach
ers and 12,612 members.
The American Weslcyan Church was
organized at Ulica, N. Y., in 1843, and
f;rew out of the anti-slavery agitation,
t has no Bishops or presiding elders,
and admits no one belonging to secret
societies to membership. It has 250
ministers and 25.000 members.
The Congregational MotliodistChurch
was organiznu in 1852. Its adherents
are mainly to be found in Georgia and
adjoining States. It has about 150
ministers 10,000 members.
Thore are four colored Methodist
Churches in the Unitod States, all hav
ing had their origin in tho social dif
foronco between the whites and blacks
being in formor years mado too ap
parent Tho African Methodist Church was
organized in 1860. It has nine Bishops,
1,418 ministers and 214.808 members.
Tho African Methodist Episcopal
Church was organized iu 1819. This
body is particularly strong in theSouth.
It has seven Bishops, about 1,500 min
isters and 190,000 members. Tho
Union Methodist Episcopal Church was
founded at Wilmington, Dol., in 1813,
and was originally Known as tho "Afri
can Union." It has five conferences,
121 pteachnrs and 2,000 members. Tho
Colored Methodist Episcopal Chinch.
wbh organized in 1870. utnlortho direc
tion of the Methodist Episcopal Church
South, but is entirely diutiuct from that
church in its jurisdiction. It has four
Bishops, 638 ministers and 112,300
members. There are also a lurgo num
ber of colorod members in tho Metho
dist Episcopal Church.
Besides tiieso oignized bodies thoro
are ludopondeut Alethodist churches,
tho total momborshlp of which Is about
For the Women's Congress. '
The following are questions believed
to bo worthy tho considoratlou of tlio
What monetary schemos can women
What can bo dono with suporlluous
women? .... t
Aro womon'8 clubs" dangerous In
their tondoncy? .
What are the relations of wotuon to
their trimmings? .
Why Isn't a woman just as won nttoa
M a man to serve on a ncltool bnnnir
or to preach ? or to bo a deacon or ves
tryman iu a church ? or to bo an archi
tect ? or a musician In an orchestra r
or a barbor ? or a printer, nowspnpof
editor most anything In fact
And isn't tho avorage girl hotter sat
isllod with tho good old way, alter ftU '
WEDNESDAY MORN NO,
Making Things Over.
"Maria," naid Mr. Jonos. upon one
of his worrying days, "it seems to mo
you might bn moro economical : now,
there d my old clothes, why cun you
make them over for tho children, in
stead of giving them awayP"
'Because they're worn out when
you're dono with them," answered Mrs.
Jones. "It's no use making over things
for tlio children that won't hold togeth
er; you could not do it yourself, smart
as you are."
"Well," grumbled Jones, "I wouldn't
have closets full of things mildewing
for want of wear, if I was a woman,
that's all. A penny saved is a penny
That was in April. Ono warm day
n May Mr. Jones went prancing through
tho closusts, looking for soiiLitliing ho
couldn't find, and turning things gen
erally Inside out.
"Maria, he screamed, "where's my
gray alpaca duster?''
"Made it over for Johnny."
"Ahem I Well, there's tho brown
linen one 1 bou rht last summer?"
"Clothes-bag!" mumbled Mrs. Jones,
who seemed to have a diflienlty in her
speech at that moment "Just mado
it into a nice oue."
"Where are ray lavender pants?"
"Cut them over for Willio."
"Heavens!" groaned her husband j
then, in a voice of thunder, "Where
have my blue suspenders got to?"
"Hung the baby-jumper with them."
"Maria!" asked the astonished man,
in a subdued voice, "would you mind
telling mo what you have done with
my silk hat ; you havo n't made that
over for the baby, havo youP"
"O ! no, dear," answored his wifo,
cheerfully; "I've used that for a hanging-basket.
It is full of plants and
Mr. Jones never mentions tho word
economy, nr suggests making over he
has had enough of it
Indian Relics in Maine,
One of tlio most interesting localities
and ono of the latest unearthed in this
vicinity is the Indian place of execution
or torture on Fort Island at the nar
rows, near the mouth of the Damaris
cotta River. A few days ago, white
Postmaster Gamago and Mr. Phelps
were hunting for relics at the above
named place, they discovered among
numerous fish spears, needles and ar
rowheads, the remains of five skele
tons, apparently Indians the skulls
showing a very low order of intellect
ono skull of which they were able to
get out nearly pet foot which is now in
tho possession of Dr. Chapman. They
found live undcr-jaw, ono of them
nearly perfect but none of them would
tit tho skulls. Ono skull was very
largo ; tht;y judged it to be nearly
twice tho seize of the average, but so
far decayed that with the utmost care
it could not be moved from tho nlaco
where it lay. These skeletons did not
lie in any regular order, but appeared
to have been burned at a stake, as a
space of six feet square or more was
covered with ashes, charcoal and rocks
that had been exposed to fire. - The
skulls were nearly face down and but
few other bones could be removed
whole. The appearance indicated tha
there had been numerous victims
burned at difl'urent times, and the
whole was covered with an accumula
tiou of earth and shells in four distinct
layers ono foot in depth. They also
lountl pottery, tlio skulls or ueer and
jaws of bears, and one large stag or elk
horn. There is no doubt hut that dili
gent seatvh will reveal further evidence
of a place of savage torture. Damaria
cotta (.lc.) Ikmhl.
Greedy grocer to farmer's wife, who
isMipp'jing him with butter: "This
pttu' o' butler b owerlicht, gndewifo."
Gudcwite: "lilaino yersel' thon; I
weighed it wi' tlio pun' o' sugar I got
frao ye yestreen."
"I have Millcred beyond endurance,"
"My life bus been a been a burden to me."
i have been denied the pleasure of so
ciety." Extracts from testimonials of those
cured of skin and scrofulous humors by the
Guav ll.uus ahh HoNouAM.K but their
premature appearance is annoying. Park
er's Hair Balsam is popular for cleanliness
and promptly restoring the youthful color.
ANwfMliloiiMf rrfoi, ftMrul, BtrrMblnt, I1.
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Ginger, liuchtir Mandrake, btillineia end many
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It cuiet Dyspepsia. Klieumalinn, Nmralu,'
SI'iU-kitiess and all dUe;ics of the Stonuich,;
Bowels, l.iiiiKi, Liver and Kidneys.
Remember I This Tonic i the Peit Family'
iMi-diuneevcr m.'ulc.nnd ..entirely different trom
Hitters, dinner l'rvii;ir.ttioni,nndolherTonirv '!
it never intdxic.Ucs but cures (Iriinkenncn. rniu
ennint willmnl suyiinirw nf Uisrny ftr Co.. N . V .
Parker's Hair Balsam-
twit nnrt most
eon oui tat hair r
30 DAYS TRIAL
Juns 10, U76.
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Dr. Dye's Electro-Voltaic
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anr one afflicted with KhmimetlHii. NeuraMa, Tar.
Spinal Pllllniltle., Kidney or I.lver Troubles,
tan iuc,.nd other PkraMof the Vital Owns.
" Woln troubled with diseases peculiar to
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VOLTAIC HK1.T t'CiMarAiiUiMlcls.
SEPTEMBER 23, 1881.
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WA UK ANT Nt. 1.
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for s Kpeciiil nKew inenl iipoii properly beuelitted
In the followinn IniproVKinent, vie: I he ninntrlic-
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Cairo, mid liloek I In HieKcconil addition to the city
of Cairo, n will mine fully appear Ironi tluicertlllc d
copy ol the .luilineiil on II lo In lliu ollle.ii of the
ritu r'lrL- oflllll Cllv III I'll I HI I lilt 1, A Wlimitlt f IT tllfl
collecllon of Hiieh HHKeHKiiieiiti' I lii ilio hanil of
the iliHlernlnned. All perKon lnlnriined nm hero
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the collector' olllro at Hie Alexander County Iliiuk
within Ihirly diiy of the dulo ImrKof.
Oily TreiiHiirer and Ex-olllclo (ily Collector.
Dated, thl AMU diiy of Anumd, Ihhi .
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Hav Ill's inn., uo-iiriun-v
and Investor uenemlly are llivlled o correspond
with n.reL'iirdlnu bonds thoy nmv deslro lo buy.
sell or excha. uo. , . .,....,
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1IAI.1IEUT J5. I'AINE.
Lftto Commlsslouur of Patents,
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n.i.t oiviru. mill in thu Sutirotue aud Circuit
Courts of tho United States, Pitiupulot lent fres
on loculpt of ititmp lor posiano.
iV lllliakat ttt MltBSB tfiv Kilel
Uf WiHI T'"r Mru(gis)( laffl in rfOllV(
Aft. li'ur aialsl hm avil Hi iiialaia A.l.lr.u n W.t unavt t I
Articles from cur.
VasoUne such as
Vaseline Cold Cream,
Vaseline Camphor Ice,
Vaseline Toilet Soaps,
ar (rlr t a slallar Ma
An agreeable form of tak
ing Vueline internally,
os rnrr a inv
and Diphtheria, etc
all our goods,
OPENED JUNE FIRST.
Tt. ti surnarnfl In PrTo rxt. . niui. j .
of tho Ozark Monnui&i, half w&y between Yleun
whw wviwuuuiii a LB
Surroundings are Delightful
AIR COOL AND BRACING,
TCoJNA?UNJUANCK' The tbl spread
A With H i Ihn H..li,.Up,.,. f ' ?
v.aterare mineral. appetlKinft and health rIvidk.
and their beneficial elfocta are fult Immodiateiy.
. n. bmu w , Proprietor.
Public notice I hereby elvcn that in pursuance
of au order and decree made and entered by and In
liecoimty court id Alexander county, state of II-
IlllOIM.Rl IhM AmriiBl (..,.. ik.....r iui t .. - . .. .
causa wherein the uiiderslL'iied M ad rnlnietriitor
oi l he estate ol Wllllnm O'fiallahan, deceased, and
ftdinliilstratitr with the will annexed of Itlchard
( ti u ban, dceaeil, wh petitioner and Thomaa
nuuniiu ai-iiiiiPUHi nun Aiireu Main- ,
ewe were defiindant, the undersliiMcd will, on
Wcdliewliiy, IlioUlst day of Soptemher, A. U., 1881,
n . t ie hour ol two o'clock p. m,, at the front door
id the court house in Cniro, In said county, oiler
lorsiilii tn thu highest bidder for rush in baud, lots
number four ( I) in block number forty (1th In said
cltviifCii ro.nndlotiiiimhrr seven (T) in block
number nineteen (Ith, and lot number forty-two
I 121 111 hlnelr fin ml, in luiitntu .m i u.
i il.i . ...v.... j Vw;, null IU vuu r iri
addition to eiild city of Cniro
vnuu, in,, AiiKusi itwi. Aaminlstrator, etc.
MUTUAL AH) SOCIETY.
!K A! EUREKA!!
A SUIiSTITUTK FOR LIFE INSUR
ANCE CUM PAN IKS.
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
OriranlziMlJuIvlUli, 1077, Under the laws o
the filiite oflllliiiils. CnpvrlglitHl July
l, 11177, UndiT At'tnl'Conurfgs.
O, SCHUH President
T. Ku l)H Vice President
. A, UOI.DHTINE Treasurer
.J..iUUHi)N Medical Artvi.pr
JUIIN V. WHITE Assistant becreiary
KXKtJUTlVK COMMIT X K Kf
II. LKUMITON, t h. TIIOMAH,
. c. Willi K, w. r. i-i iciiti",
J. 8. McOAIIEY,
HOAItlJ OF MANAGERS!
William Ktratton, of Htratton A Bird, wanlesale
lirncers; Paul O. Hchnh, wholesale and retail druu-
1st; uar.ell l.uinuin, comiuifsinu mercnaui; ua.
i, McUahey, lumber dealer; J. J. (lordon, phys-i-lnu:
J . A. Uoldstlno, of (loldstlne & ltosenwater, .
wholusale and retail dry irood, etc. Wm.F. Pitch.
er, general aent; Henry 11. KUls, city printer and
honk hinder ; uuceiey uayues, vooper; J no. m.
White, assistaut secrutary ana solicitor: Aiuen
Lewis, dealer tu flunruud Krain; F. Dross, presi
dent Alexander County Bank; O. W, lleudrlcks,
contmctor and builder; Cvrus Close, general
axwnt; Thomas Lewis, secretary anu atiornev ai
law; li.B.l nomas, nroom manuiaeturer; v. r
Uussel, contractor and builder; C. T, Rudd
aRent 0. St. Ii. AN. O. rallaoad;Moes Phllllps.car
ueuler; H. A. Chumbley, contractor, Cairo, Ills.,
ltev. j, epencer, ciurKvman.fi J.euii mu., u.
lUithlltlO, Circuit Clera, lUlSSIfSippi couuiy, v annua
Ion, Mo.t J. U. Moore . lawver, Commerce Mo t
1). Hluitletarv, phvslclan, Arllnslon, Ky. J. W.
Tarry, tihvslolan, Fulton, Kv.t Wm. Hyan, farmer,
Murrv, Kv.jA. Hteliibach, manuiaeturer or sau
dlerv, ICvansvllle, Ind s Ike Anderson, ocretary
to superintendent C St. L. N . O. railroad. Jack
sorr, Tenn.) J. S, Hobertson, phvslcian, whtte
vIllo.Toun. I Thomas A. OslMirn, harness maker,
Bolivar, Toun.t Wm. I. Walker, ."Dixit Advtir
tlslnii Aen 3 Uollv Uprlnit, Mlsi .
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