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DAILY -'CAIRO ' BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 25, 1881.
MAKE NO MISTAKE WAIT FOR
(.'A I I tO, Oiif Dut Only.
Wi.,. i: w... oi
-LI1U J JUIiUUI OUUN 1111111
Will exhibit ;it Cairo,
It has the only 01 ANT OX-Laier than an Elephant!
It has the only RIG MENAGERIE!
It has the only DIG CIRCUS!
It has the only DIG AQUARIUM!
It has the Only
BIG I-IKLID OF GIRAFF1SS !
The only Iliir I'olar Hear!
The Only Laminoin !
The Rigge.st Lions!
The Digest Lot of Animals!
The Riggost TamVux Cars!
AND WILL GIVE THE BIGGEST SHOW,
A.t Cairo, Wednesday, October 26,
-t.Doom r.pon at 1 : aud 7:00 p. m. Jf'Grand Free- Parade, at 'J:0O a. in.
Reduced rates on all Railroads, ho as to have tlie RIGGEST CROWD at tne BIG
GEST SHOW in thii Great Rig Growing City
PROPRIETOR OF SPEOAT'S PATENT
Wholealo Dealer in Im
ICK BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WEI.I
PACKED FOR sinrriNc
Oar .Loads a SSpecialtv.
O K I ( J K :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
MILL AM) COMMISSION.
HALLIDAY BROTHERS, j
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hiifhest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
OA 1 110 AM NEW MADKII) PACKET.
REG UL All PACKET
TO NEW MADRID.
W..T. TURNER, Maxtor.
J. K. MUSK, Clerk.
T.0nviii Cnlrn for New Mmtrlil Hnd way point"
vnrvTiinilfiv. Thiimdnrni Hiillirdnv at 2 li. m.
Hoturiiliia Ibiwk Now Madrid Wednesday, Friday,
Lud Monday at 7a. in.
Fur fire nut or miw npi'ty in
JAMES URiCLS, Auent.
till DIU BJUMYS!
r ... 1
i i cm.. ...
Willi JUS 1)1 OIHIW,
Wednesday, Oct. 2081.
only Herd of Rig Elephauts!
Biggest Troupe of the best Performers !
(J W. WHEELER,
ANTIIIiACITF, ( 'OA1,
Sninmi'i' Wo,! ami Kindling
f.'innDtl j on nsTia
At Seventy-five cents per load.
S t a v e T r i m m i n lt s
At one dollar per load.
The "1rlTiiiu'ni'"nr i-cmrKt' chavliij?j aiid rrinkfl
the heat !omnir wood for oo.ikini: jiuriieei' a well
tho cli-i.t't I'vitr rolil In Cairo. rr black
.nil' h u-u lnsc'.tins: tire., tliey are, uiieijualiod
Leave ynur enter" m tiiu Tor..!. woimi yurd
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE fellP. STATES.
(n and after Monday, J tine Tth. and until further
tiniuu the ferryhont will dinLb trlpM ai follows:
LtAVKS LKAVED LXAVXM
Font Fourth nt. Mlnurl Latid'R. Kentnrky Ld g.
H;o0 a. m,
i!:iki p. m,
i p. m.
$:m a. m.
H a. m.
11 a. m.
? p. ra.
3 p. tn
a! W o
5 o 3
3 H fjo 23
FOUND AT LAST !
'I liu oulr absolutely perfect (line Mouthpiece CI
t'Hniiln ever made, Du nul full lit try the New and
ClrfandkH, at II .'.IKVKIIS'. A perfect mouth
Iileru ntUehed to cucli anil every Clxurettu vvil hott
II Ih liiiiorl(wil for yon to know tint the Tnlir o
unci in miiUlnv tlm
New "Steilmniii Halves"
In of Uiu very fln;Kt iiuality, und In alwolutely fn u
from ii'l dar.K'iroiiK driij, nd attention In railed to
(lie fi I tlmt positively
Ifiwed In ttil Ciuurettu. Tlie New Stepaania
llahet, are Ihn flnenl CliMrellrpj ever offered tu I lie
Miioki'rc of any commiinl'y .
The l'ineft Tobacco! Kinei't Hire I'uper!
Free from all Dan.;roii Impurities!
The Fluent Mouthpiece! The Cleaned Smoke?
I'rlce l"c nt per package of 10.
Wli.il. sole Thiicconlct,
Octolier'l. lH,..dl:i, CAIItO, ILLS.
STOVES AND TINWAKK.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WATlE
ALL KI5DS OP JOH WORK DOSE TO OUDKR.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo, - Illinois
rnu Lii i n tji i. i -vm
Itendyrnw, t.T f;:rn(vli and Heltvr K'K In ar.y
inautity !otb vthelefa:e ard retiii. and nt
ROCK HOTTOM PRICES.
I rrpcrtfully eolicit the patrol R'e ol all my old
frlende md a? many new ontn. and tMi'irinteethem
Hiiliifa:tii)ii, JACOll KI.KK.
Q EORGE 11. LEACH, M.I).
PliVfsician and Surgeon,
Speelal attention paid to tho llomeopathic treat
ment of enreleal dineap :n, and diseases of women
i!lice: Nolo Eli;hft ctreet, near Commercial
avenue, Cairo, III.
T II. MAREAN, M.I).
IIumeirjKitliic Physician iinil Suvjienn.
(iftke on Commercial avenue near tho corner of
Huh 111 ctreet. over Tuber Brother's Jewelry dure.
Hepidence corner Fourteenth Ktreel. and Wanh
Th) Celehrated Electro Viip.ir and Medicated
IialliB which are an nnfaiiini! cure for Khi'iimatiwin
Neuralgia. Fevcr-Airim and many other ailinentc,
adiniiiiftered daily during otltee hours.
(Mllee hours, from to i a m from 1 to .r and
from 7 to S p. m .
rjHE CITY NATNOAL RANK
W. P. HALLIDAY, rronldent.
11. L, HALLIDAY, Vlce l'restdfint.
i no8. W. HALLIDAY, Cashier.
umuii tA TWB " T. H AU.I DAT,
H1NT L. HAU.IU4T, 11. It, CJttNNINClHA,
S. U. lU.lAa0N, HTEPUBK B1BH,
xchanffc, Coin aud United States Bonds
BOUOUT AND SOLD.
DopotlUrecolved and a eunoral hanktnu
i'lTHtnif from the choicest
fruity, without roloriny, poinoii
oun oils, acids, or artificiul
IlsscnccH. Afiitns uiiifonn in
strcn'th, without otti (fliilli'iti
tions or iotmritits, J tare yuinttl
tlirir reputation from their per'
fee pnritfi, superior strentth,
ttvtt iiintifif. Admitted by alt.
ulio hare asetl ihenitiH the most
ttclicnfe, yrnltftil ami natural
jtaeor for eahes, puddinys,
STEELE & PRICE,
Chiraro, III., and St. Louis, Mo.,
Malcnrs of Lnpuliu Yeaat Ocmi,
Dr. Price's Cream Boiling Powder,
aud Dr. Price's Unique Perfumes.
Jf 'v make no second yrude goods.
STEAM HOAT BUTCHERS..
JESSE II1NKLE & SON,
79 OHIO LEVER.
rr?" Large tock of fresh meaU or all kinds con
Huutly ou hand. Meul delivered to any part of the
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
CillCno. flRAIN AND I'OKK.
CiifCAno, Octoltcr 2-1, !) :Ii0 A. t.
Pork -Jnny, 18 07J.J; Toby,
Wln'i-t-Nov'r, 1 :i7"; Dec'r, 1 .)!!.
Orii Nov'r, 2V.J; DccV. 0:j3f.
Oats -NVr, 1 1 r'Hw; Dcc'r -W.
CilK ACO, October 21, 12 M.
Pork-NoVr. Hi CO; .Tun'v, 17 So.
AVIicnt-NovV, 1 :rli: IK-o'i, 1 ::7.,'.
Coin M iy, Cil;lj'; Ihc'r, li:i4'.
Onti Nov'r, A I1,; ; -May, 4sifi.
CiiKMio, Oc,,b,.r 24, 2 :')() r. M.
Poi k-Nov'r, 10 CO; .lun., 17 7o.
WIieat-Nov'r. 1 :;.".'; Dcc'r. 1 ;;7(.
(xirn Nov'r, Ol,', 1 Ih-r'r, C:'5.
O its -Nov'r, 1 1 ; Dcc'r, IP,;.
HI V Ell NEWS.
Tbo Fannie T.ituin will lio hen; fur Putlti-
Tlie Sto, Gem vieve will lo- the Memphis
packet to niolit.
Tlie k'Uiiirc 'itnls21 fed x incln's, a ri-e
in the last 21 hour".
The Kate Kinney, with part of tliu cirui.
left Suii'iiiy munupo; for Lnuinville.
The General Bevnanl urrived from Red
river Satunluy r.ilit and left for St. Louis.
The llelle of Sbreveport cninn out from
St. Louis for New Orleans last nielli with
The Dexter arrived yesterday morn'my;
from Evaiivil!e with u oijiid trip of leHliip
Clitf Arnett, who vas tir'st clerk of tho
las. Fink titid (ins Fowler for Home, t'.mc is
now clerk of tlie Dexter.
The Pou Ends will be hero to.nit','ht oti
her way to St. Louis with the tow of tho
Eniptus from New Orleans.
The City of Greenville, etimu out Sundny
afternoon with a good trip for icksburp;,
being detained some time by fog.
The City of Helenn arrived from Mem
phis this morning and left for 8t. Louis.
Sho will return Thursday evening again.
The next boat in the SULouis & Missis
sippi Valley Transportation company lino
is tho new Henry Lourey. Shu is duo
The Oram! Tower arrived from Vicks
burg with 1,000 bales of cotton and 200
barrels of oil for the Cairo fc Vinccnnes.
She left for St. fcouiB.
Emerson Gould, late part owner and first
clerk of tho W. P. Ilalliday, was a passcn
ger on tho City ofOreonville for Helena.
He has just returned from Mexico,
Tho llullo Memphis arrivod from Vicks
burg Saturday night. She had COO bales of
cotton for tho Cairo & Vincenncs railroad.
She left for St. Louis and will bo out again
Wednesday for Vickslmrg.
i vLST iH'7
Tim regular meeting for October, of tho
Cairo Social Science Association will bo
held this, Tuesday evening, at the residence
of Mr. II. H. Candcc. After which tie an
nual election of olliccrs will take place.
An interesting paper 11,1011 organized char
ities will be read by tli! Rev Retij. V.
Oorgoand discucd bv the association.
THE (ilil'.AT CIRCUS.
To inotiHW will witness the advent of
Old John Robinsons Monstrous shows with
their wonderful animals, lino horses, great
riders and everything clso that goes to
make up tint '-world on wheels" us coin
prised in the modem circus. Tomorrow Inn
been looked forward to for weeks, ever
since the pictures lir.st appeared upon the
dead walls of the city,- by the young boys
ol six mid old boys of sixty, as well as all
the other boys of intermediate ages, and
they will all beat Ihe cirrus because the
circus will be here.
The voters in tho county are very
much exercised over the nvcent action of
the board, of cou-ity coiuinissioners in ex
changing the county poor house farm fori
small piece of ground on a hill near Thebes,
and two hundred dollars, the trade boin"
made with Judge (.'. A. Marchildoti. Vim
round aforesiid is described,' as follows,
in the county clerk's report ol the proceed
ings of the board at its last meeting : "lie
giniiing at the southeast corner of the north
half of the southwest ipiarter of tho south
west quarter of section nine (0), township
number fifteeti (l.j), south range threo (II),
west, running along the south line of said
tract to the Thebes and Unity mad, thence
along said road to the east line of said
tract, thence along that line to the begin
ning, containing five acres, more or less,
lying in the southeast corner of the north
half of the southwest quarter of the south
west quarter of section No. nine (01, town
ship fifteen 05), south of range three (3),
west of th" principal meridian." Upon
this five acres of ground is an old frame
barrack, one and a half stories high, con
taining about three rooms, and being in a
condition that would suggest danger to all
who would enter' it. The two hundred
dollars cash received "to boot" will be ab
sorbed in rendering it habitable. The
ground itself is barren ot timber, hardly a
ttee being upon it, so that the county
will "' required to purchase
firewood to keep the paupers warm during
the winter and cook their victuals during
the summer. The soil is untillablc, l"cau.?o
of its boggy coalition, so that those sent
there would be compelled to drag through
a life of idleness at the expenso of the coun
ty. The poor farm that is, the property
given by the fioiiunisMuncrs for the above
described place consisted of one hundred
and twenty acres of land, twenty acres of
this was chare I of timber and was tillable,
the other hundred acres vas covered with
oak and ash umber, which, alone, as it
stood, was worth Irom six to seven hundred
lollars. On tl,;- r.itch of ground
stands a frame buildin ? wliirh. in
1S7I or '72, cost the comity about
one thousand dollars to build; and that it
was still in a tenable condition is evident
from the fact that it lias been in constant
use by ten or twelve county paupers, and
will eoiilinui' to be used by Ihem until too
other one is mad" habitable. Resides this,
there were several out houses, a good well
and other conveniences. It annears. there
fore, that the county commissioners gave
one hundred and twenty acres of land, six
or seven hundred dollars worth of timber, a
habitable building, with necessary
out-buihling.i and a good well,
for five acres of bind, barren
of timber, with tin uninhabitable old bar
rack, and (wo hundred dollars which will
be absorbed in repairs on the barrack afore
said. The trade was made at tho siil'l'cs
tioti of Commissioners Rrilcy and (.'ibbs,
who were in the majority, who knew all
about the property the countr was to re
ceive for the poor farm and, strange to say,
profess"d to believe that it would ho for
the county 's intere.it to make the trade.
In a certain sense they were right in this
belief. The poor farm has been a heavy
and an unnecossaiy expense to
tho county ever since its
establishment. There have not been
more than ten paupers upon it at any one
time, some of these would have been able to
take care of themselves had they made an
effort to do so, and all of thoiu could
have been cared for in unother way with
ess expense. The trade is a step (aud a
long step) toward tho abolishment of tho
poor farm, and, if tho commissioners will
only follow this up with auother by trad
ing their new acquisition for a sand bar in
river, they would probably bo doing tho
pooplo of tho county a great service.
Reject the 0flVr
by a dealer of any article claimed to possess
properties identical with or similar to teeth
saving 80Z0D0NT. Only purclmso tho
real Simon Pure, which denes both imita
tion and competition. Nothing cau vie"
witn it in efficacy, as A donor of dental
health and beauty, notwithstanding any
representation to tho contrary. It causes
the toeth to cleam liko butnishod ivory,
contains no hurtful ingredient, and has a
most gratetul flavor and snuiU.
What Allri Yon Y
Is it a disordered liver giving you a yel
low skin or costive bowels; which have re
sulted in distressing piles or do your kid
neys refusu to perform their functions? If
ho, your system will soon bo clogged with
poisons. Take a few doses of Kidney-Wort
und you'll feel like a nejv man nature will
throw oil' every impedmnt and each organ
will be ready for duty. Druggists sell both
the dry and liquid. Pvansvillc Tribune.
"I Dou't Wtuit a Plaster,"
said a sick man to a druggist, "can't you
give me something to cure?'' His symp
toms wen; a lame hack and disordered urino
and wire a sure indication of kidney dis
ease. The druggist told Inm to use Kidney
Wort anil in a short time it effected a com
plete cure. Have you these symptoms?
Then get a box or bottle to day before you
become incurable. It is the cure; safe and
sure. - i Knowille Republican.
A Comrh, Cold or Sort; Throat
should be stopped. iSeglec frequentl re
sults in an Incurable Lung disease or on-
siiniption. Drowns Rronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syrups
and balsams, but act directly on the inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma. Iiioncliitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
the Throt Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers ttro subject t. For thirty
years Erown's Rronchial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
give perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among the few staple
remedies of the noe. Sold at 25 cents n
Jalou Mauuoi.k, of Lancaster, N. Y.,
says: your hpnng Ulossoni works well
lor owivthing you recommend it; myself,
wife and children have all used it, and you
can't fir.d a healthier family in New York
state.- Uetoi.er 5, 18M. I'rieo 50 cents,
trial bottles 10 cents. Paul O. Schtih. Airt.
Noting the Kfl'ecLs.
R. C.ibbs, of Eull'alo, IS. Y., writes:
HeariiiL' voiir iStirdock Rlonil Hitter fa
vorably spoken of, I was induced to watch
their elfects, and tind that in chronic dis
eases ot the blood, liver and kldnevs. voiir
bitters have been signally marked with
success. I have used them myself with
best recalls, for torpidity of the liver; and
in the case of a friend of mine sulfering
rotn iiropsy, tlie cllect was marvelous."
Price 1 IK), trial size 10 cents. Paul O.
A Heavy Swell.
Jacob II. liloomer, of Virgille, N. Y.,
writes; "Your Thomas' Eclectric Oil
cured a badly (swelled neck ami sore throat
on my son in forty-eight hours; one appli
cation also removed the pain from a very
sore toe; my wife's foot was also much in
Ilamed so much so that she could not
walk about the house; sho applied tho Oil,
and in twenty four hours was entirely
cnreil " I'till IJ. Nc huh. Airenr
Paul O. Hcliuh, Agent.
The very best family medicine is
Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills, which
cleanse the bowels, purify tho blood, and
establish healthy action in the liver. (6)
Rl.'V the Improved Howe Scalps nr.
knowledged the best made. Rorden, Sol
leek & Co., General Agents, Chicago, 111.
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is thn
marvel of the arre for an mctvn Diseases
All tits stopped free. Send to 931 Arch
treet, rinlri'lclphia, I'enn.
Allen's Drain Food positively cures nerv.
otisncss, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. $1. 5 for f 1. All
ilruggists. .send lor circular to Allen's
riiarniacy, III.) First Ave.. N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by liarclay Iiios.
'Ski.i, Kits' Liver Pills'' have been the
.standard remedy for malaria, liver com
plaint, custivetiess, el"., for fifty years.
Ti'mous, erysipelas, mercurial diseases,
scrofula und general debility cured by "Dr.
Lindsey's llluod Searcher."
Goto Paul G. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are tineqtmied. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and L'nnan Price 15 cents.
A sale and sure means of restoring the
youthful color of the liair is furnished by
Parker's Hair Balsam, which is deservedly
popular from its superior cleanliness.
(.iray hairs are honorable but their pre
mature appearance is annoying. Parker's
Hair liilsam is popular lor cleanliness and
promptly restorim.' tin; youthful color.
1 000 MKN AMI 50(1 TKAMS, TO WOUK ON C.
AO. & S. W. U. It. I, AIM I'AOt't'AlI AND
MKMflllS. W.yiKS KUOM $1,50
ID $2.2.) IT.ll DAY,
Plenty of L-ood station work from 15 tu
17 cents per vard. Transportation wib hn
furnished free from Memphis or Paducah
to Covington or Trimble. Apply on work
between Covington and Dyersburg or at the
feed store of W. J. Chase & Co., No. 183
Main street, Memphis, lenn.
DUNAVANT, KKLLY & Pll'KH.
Lypia E. Pinkiiam's Vegetable) Com
pound revives tho droonlnir spirits: in
vigorates and harmonizes the organic func
tions; gives elasticity and tlrmness to tho
stop, restores the natural lustro to tho eyo,
ami plants on tne paiectiecK ot beauty tho
tresn roses ot lite s spring ami early sum.
Mr. J as. I . Ff.li.oW8, Chemist, St. John, N.B.
Dear sin Having used your Compound .
Syrup of Hypophosphites for somo time in
my practice, I havo no hesitation in recom
mending It to my patients who are Buffering
irom ucnerai ucmuty, or any niseasuot tho
lungs, knowing that, oven in cases utterly
hopeless, it affords relief.
I am, sir, youra truly,
11. Q, AM)Y,M.D.,8t. John.
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