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THE CAIRO BULLETIN,
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
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Wealy., month 1 00
fay-dab or Ave or niorofor Wtiekly Uullutln at
one time, ir yvtar, $1 M)
.1MVIIUMLT IN AUVANCS.
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K. A. iHIKNBTT.
TubtuMY Kvbnino, Jan. 19, 1881
Tho buij Hhotie wnnn and clear to-day on
six inclica of snow that fell yesterday bo
. tween six in tho morning and sundown,
making a day of Htuady, easy quiet wiow
full, KUcli as k an unusual spectacle In re
and rightfully belongs ievcral hundred
liusineaa is rather quiet in nearly alt
brunches of commission trade, and trannac
tiong aro almoHt exclusively in corn. The
rivers are swelling steadily, the riwo has
b .cn an inch an hour and "big water" is
FLOUR The market may be quoted
extremely dull with full stocks and very
light order movement.
HAY Stocks are large and sales very
slow. The bulk of stock on hand is an ac
cumulation of damaged and low grades of
mixed, redtop and prane which is practically
unsaleable, good prairie that a week ago
Bold at fourteen dollars can not to-day be
placed at ten dollars. Gilt edged timothy
is always in demand.
CORN The demand is good. Prices
firm ami market well supplied with both
white and mixed.
OATS Offerings are abundant for the de
mand which is fair. Prices rulo firm and
MEAL City meal is in good demand at
DllAN In good demand and scarce.
HUTTEH Strictly choice is in good de
mand, while common grades are neglected.
EGGS The supply is not large, but the
market is quiet and sales slow.
CHICKEN'S All kinds are in good de
inand, but buyers prefer dressed of which
the market is unBUpplied.
TURKEYS Dressed command ready
sale at 1 2c.
APPLES Prices are unchanged and de
POTATOES The market is fairly sup
plied with good table potatoes, but Early
Rose seed is scarce and wanted.
Salon and Quotations.
NOTE. The prir.cn tern gives art for ale flora
flrat band In round loU. An advance If
charged for broken Intatn Biilnn order.
20 Varton trrade. on order. .
3,0 bhl. Choice..
100 bbli patent........
.. 5(jn ia
4 ram clover mixed ...
6 car choice timothy.
3 cart mixed .. ....
4 care clover mixed ...
15 car mixed, in hulk. .
4 cam whit In hulk
7 car choice white in bulk...
.1 ram In hulk
6 car choice lu balk....
Scar lu racks del
No. J Ked. 'n t bn
Mo. i Medtloraueau ... ...
Son nhla City
IK) bbli Country
Hound lota .......
CUT AND GKOl'Nl) FEED
Oat and hay mixed, per cwt I
corn " " 1 (
Porn for fowl! "
:m pound atrlctly choice Northern roll. 27
HjMi hAtimta rhnlcil mil ... 'IS
jKt pound Souther" Illlnoli lf&.n
3 uounda choice northern packed . . . s?V
at doen .. .... .....mm
&nl) pound drveaed...
6 coop oM hen
4 cool's mixed
.8 7MV1 on
60 bbl yellow
inn biirh. Michigan lu ck....
HKlhhl" " Peacbblowi..
5"l bbl Early Koe eed
WU bbl llliuola ruacbbiowi
(0 bbl. common .
100 hbl. fancv Michigan
100 bbl choice varieties 4 500.S 00
Per barrel 7 502,1 00
Tnwaahuil m iitJS
Tierce.. a a a I 17
Ilitlfdo - 1'-'
nam hami none
B. C. llama 14
Clvar aides ,
Btiouiiwra , iu
St.-Jnhtia....... mm... 1 no
Ohio Klvur 1 54
9si bnabvl burlap
ouabul ' . 1ft
ft bnebal la
Oratiuoa, rholco prboK....MM.4 4 M&4 5n
Lemou choice per be. ........... 9 7Nit4 50
Peachd. hWeanqoartir..... m.... MiftT
TIIK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;. FRIDAY
Dry Flint cholcu
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tlheep Ptlta, (,'rueu
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KATKH OK FXEK'IIT. '
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Helena, Ark V
EE WAS INTRODUCED.
How a I'miuliiKiit RiilriilerM -ln M ah.'
Thi're is n ecrtnin voting but promi
nent rsiilway man of this city, snys Urn
Mihvjtiikoo H'i.iron.iiH, wlm."' duties ttt
times take him out alutifr the line of tin.
road; and, as mi'lit be expirti d, his w
qii.'iiritancu in various, liwiililies is e
tvnsivp. He is of a h'lriiil nntuif, and i.s
partial to young Indies, never neglt'ctirtj;
an optiortimity to make aihliiioiis to
his circle of friends anions 1 j ,'rs f.iir sex.
Not lonjr since, tlio youri in an, lut
him be culled "Jim," for tin- sake, of
convenience (though that inu't his
name), was njtproaclied by a friend, a
married man, and t.ien'iit-t was mad?:
"Jim, come up to my house to-ni'ht.
There is a young lady there I should
like you to become (iiairi t-il with."
This .struck tho key-noti!--hti'iick it so
hard, in fact, that Jim had no .-uspieions,
notwithstanding the fact that his friend
was an arrant wag, so he hiiid:
'Is she good-looking?"
"Who is she?"
'(). she's a stranger in town."
"Yes; she came yesterday."
' How old is she'?"'
"(. she's not old; she in't a.9 old as
"Will you introduce me if I come up?"
"O-f-e'-o-u-r-s-e! What uiu I asking
you to ciiue fur?"
Jim had his mind made nn to go,
from the very first, but these lithe inter
rogatories were fur form's hake. Ha
didn't want to seem eager. So, with an
a.ssunipd nonchalance, he said:
"Well, may be I'll drop in this even
ing;" and off ho went, smiling. His
friend was more than smiling; hi was
grinning so he could be beard half a
Promptly after tea Jim nailed out to
ward his friend's huue riot without,
however, a careful attention to his toilet
and other essentials to a good-looking
lady's man. lint when be neared his
friend's house his courage began to fail
him. it seemed something out of tho
usual line. Without doubt the young
ladv would be prepared for his arrival;
had heard of him beforehand; knew w hy
he was coming: and would think he was
a "little off." He even thought of goin
to a wet grocery store to get "chives'
to brace hirh up with a little artificial
valor; but then cloves were so very aro
matic they would "give hirndeadawav."
Well, to'eut the matter .-hort, ho did,
with a heart beating like a trip-hammer,
manage to knock at the door.
Hi friend opened it, and Jim went in.
The lady of the house w a not pre-enl,
but Jim, in his excitement, took no nnt'
After chaiting a whilewith t!.o.se pres
ent, tind talking about everything, tiom
the price of turnips to the Mar ilnnie
trials, he said (again with his a-umed
"H -ihe-way, old man, w here is that
young lady visitor of yours?"
"(). thunder! I'd about forgo! ! e:i that!
Come into the next room. Inic'.s in her.)
willi Til v wife."
And into the next room they went.
Jim saw in the next room only bis
friend's wife. But sho w:w in bod, and
H'ernod to be ill.
His friend plunged down among the
pillows, and Jinally ti.shed up a niystcri
"There she is. Jim! My daughter!
Weight, ten pounds! Isn't she a slick
one?. She's worth her weight in dia
monds!" Jim didn't know what to s;iy. The
revelation was .so unexpected, it "broke
him all up;" but he put, the best, face
be could on the matter, and congratulat
ed the. fortunate father on his heiress,
and shortly after took his leave.
That evening the inhabitants of tho
(street in which this incident took place
were Start led at seeing two tigures
moving with meteor-like, rapidity
througu tho alley, toward tho mtburlw.
Those who are posted say they were
those of the railway man and a six-foot
Irishman, to whom he had paid .two
dollars to kick him out of town.
lie Got tie Candy.
A little boy who hits been frequently
sent with n note to trade at Beers' gro
- eery on Kim street, appeared thure tho
other morning with a bit of paper
scrawled over with a variety of marks
supposed to represent an exceedingly
small boy's Idea of writing. Tho store
keeper looked hard at it in a hopeless
endeavor to make linglish of it.
"Don't you know what that U?" anx
iously enquired tho child.
"No, 1 don't" said the puzzled grocer.
'That means tandy," lisped the child.
Tho order was lillcd." -Daiihury News.
A gentleman, accompanied by a favor
ite dog, visited the studio of a Cincin
nati artist, the other day. There was a
picture on the easel, and tho doy began
to bark furiously at it, "Nature niiiy bo
relied upon, after nil," said the gentle
man. "The best evidence of the faith
fulness with which you have painted
that dog In the background is the cant
titnens with which my dog barks at
him." ''But that isn't a dog," said tho
artist, blushing; "it'tr a cow." Tho
gentleman was nonplussed for a inn.
merit, hut he quickly replied, "Well,
tho dog's eyes ate belter than mluo; liq
never did li'ko cowh,"
A Terrible Explosive-
Prol. Mezrofl', of Berlin, an expert on
explosives, haft arrived in 'New York,
lie was seen by a Star reporter, and his
views wcro obtained on tho subject of
explosives iu general. "There arc,"
said the professor, "three kinds of
nitro-glycerine, w hich have different de
grees of strength. There, are motio
nilro, hi-nitro, and tri-nitro-glycerine.
If you lake gunpowder as a stamlurd,
then iiiono-nilro is four times as power
ful os powder. Bi-nitrois eleven times,
and tri-nitrois sixty-three times as
powerful, (iiinpowder explodes at tho
rale of lKKlrnilesa minute; iriono-uitro,
4.H0O; bi-nitro, 11,H)(); and tri-nitro, l'J,
000 miles a minute. Nothing that man
can make can resist the blow from a
quantity of tri-nitro-glycerine. Thirty
pounds of it, exploded in the right way
ami place, would demolish mid sink the
most powerful iron-clad. Thirty pounds
will generate live thousand feet of gas,
and the blow from that amount of gas
would strike the vessel at the rate of
nineteen thousand miles a minute.
"You see, that while tho iron-clad
might cost so many millions that, thirty
M)iiuds of tht! tri-nitro will only cost
1.0. At. the time iron-olads went in
vented tii-nitro was nut discovered. To
make a pound of tri-nitro," continued
the proh.-.-.or, "the material to-day will
C04 at. wholesale prices. Then
come the vessel and skilled labor neces
sary to make it. I say skilled labor for
you need not expect to get any one you
pick oil' the street to make a chrono
meter. A chemical operation is nicer
work th.in making a watch, and cannot
be done by an ignoramus."
"Professor, I will a.-k you one more
question. How can the Irish get weap
ons of war?"
"The way to get the cheapest and
most effect ivew-caporis is for them to send
tsventy young men to New York, and in
thirty du' practical teaching they can
make pure tri-nitro-glycerine at thernlo
of three hundred pounds a day. Let
them return to Ireland, and live of them
go to each province and begin the manu
facture of the stuff. It will make tho
British liim roar. If o.OOo.OOO of the
(jennans were so oppressed as the. Irish
we would blow all the itou-clads to the
bottom of thesea'iu twelve months. The
pistol-biilltt makes a lit lie man as good
as a big one, and tri-nitro-ghcerino
makes a small nation its big as a great
one." Aim: York bttr.
Wk ask you to read the advertisement of
Darby's Prophylacific Fluid, which appears
in our issue of to day. It is a wonderful
healing remedy, a most powerful disin
fectant, and a positive germ destroyer, and
is perfectly safe to use even in the hands
of the most inexperienced. It is highly
recommended by eminent physicians and
chemists, and endorsed by hundreds of
others, who have used it, and know its val
uable properties. Prepared by J. II. Zeilin
it Co., Manufacturing Chemists, Sole Pro
prietors. Fadkij or gray hair gradually recovers it
youthful color and lustre by the use os
Parker's Hair Balsam, au elegant dressing
admired fur its purity ami rich perfume.
As being a certain cure for the worst forms
of dyspepsia, indigestion,' constipation, im
purity of blood, torpid liver, disordered kid
ueys, etc., and as a medicine for eradicating
every species of humor, from au ordinary
pimple to the worst ulcer, Burdock Biood
Bitters stand unrivaled.
Price $1.00, trial si;.,. lO cents. Paul 0.
Fred. Amos, Tyler Street, Rochester,
writes: "Your Spring I!loi-som is wonder
ful ; I never used anylhini; that acted so
well on the IiowoIh, and at the same time
was so free from the drastic properties of
medicine)) tiMi.iHy sol ! for the purpose."
Price 1 Tel cents, trial iMtles 10 cts. Paul
( i. ft'huh, Ayent.
F. A. Scrath, dtuist, Kuthvi 11, Out.,
writes: ''1 have the jjreateM conti'lence in
otir Uurdock lilood Itittets. In tme case
with which I am personally acitiaintcd
their success was almost incredilile. One
l.idy told mo that half a Dottle did her more
''ood than hundreds ot dollars worth of
medicine he hail previously taken."
Price $1.00, trial size 10 cents. Paul G
Making a ll.iisc.
John Hays, Credit, P. 0., bays that for
nine months ho.could not raise his hand to
his head through lameness m tho shoulder,
but try the use of Thomas' Electric Oil he
was entirely cured.
Jacob Mart.olf, of Lancaster, N. Y., says
your Spring lilossoin works well for every
thing you recommend it; inyfclf, wife, and
children have all used it, and you can't find
a healthier family in New York State.
Oct. 5, lSso
Hope oil, Hope Kvcr,
N matter what the ailment may be, rheu
matism, neuralgia, lameness, asthma, bron
chitis if other treatment had failed hope
on go at unco for Thomas' Electric Oil. It
will secure you immediate relief.
Go to Paul G. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are unequaled. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German. Price 15 cents.
The very best family incilicino is
Wright's Indian Vegetable Pil's, which
cleanse tho bowels, purify tho blood, and
establish healthy action in tho liver. (0)
The Hkv. Oko. II. Thayek, of Bourbon,
Ind., says: "Both myself and wife owe our
lives to Shiloh'a Consumption Cunt. 0
Indian Blood Syrup.
'(FTT'VTTlfN lWta, Mvt'r IHh
' I I- I J V '"SfH, rover ami Atnia
Hmrt Dlm-RHP, lljltniiK
nt'HH, Nervous Debility
THE HKHT REMEDY KNOWN TO MAN!
Twelve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 18)0!
Tlila Hvrup pomchm-h vartel proprrtlon: It ilim
ulHtua tho ptialluc In tho Fallva, willed coDVerta
tlie narrh and anKr of tho food Into eliicoNe. A
d('flcleiicy in ptyalmo cauaea wind and louring ut
the food In the niumach. If the aiodlclna ji iau
tininedlHtoly nfler eutuin, the fermentation ol f d
It acts noon tho Liver,
It acts upon the Kidneys,
It Itcguliites the bowels,
It Purities the Klood.
It Quiets t he Nervous System,
It Promote. Dijresilon,
It Nourishes, Strenttlieni and InvlKoratca,
It Carries oir the Old Wood and make New,
It Opens tlm Pores of the Skin and Induces
it neutralize!" the hereditarv taint, or Dotnon in
V..-. .r.w...,, ,,u,vll f(ltJ,:iniLC UVigitUB, A, I , O I JJ VI HI, ,
and all manner of Mkln DUeaae and Internal bu-
There are no pniritn emnloved in Ita manufactnro
and it can hi-takm by the nioft delicate babe, or by
tle aed and feeble, care ouly being reqalred In at
tend u to direction.
Oalva, Donry County, Ills.
I waafiiflVrlne from Sick Headache and DI7.7.I.
neea ao that I nmhl not attend to ur bouaehold du
ties, and a fhort trial nf i)r. Clark Jolinaon'i Indi
an Blood Syrup ellecluullv cured me.
Waterman Station, DeKalb Co., 111.
Thin i to certify that Dr Clark Johnson' Indian
Blood Syrup ban curvd me of I'aln In the Hack. It
la a valuable medicine. MK3 WOOD,
Centre Hill, White Co., Ark,
Thl.. it to certify that I wa afflicted with Palpi
tntion of the Heart for many year I tried dltrer
ent doctor. whoo preacriptlon tended more to
weaken me than they did to ctrencthen. latent
re Ived to try Dr. Clark Johnson' Indian Blood
Syi up, which proved to bo a punitive cure not on
ly rurlnn the Heart Dieaxe, but aleo a Sick Head
ach which had beeu Irouhilnz me,
M lib M A HY A . H fi A L.
I was afflicted with Liver Complaint and Dyapep
la and failed to pet relief, althonph using modi
cine from our In hi doctor. I commenced uelnK
I)r. Johnaon'c Indian Blood Svrnp, and aahort trial
cured me. T. V. RlSlNU, Moline, IIU
Thl crtlfio that Dr. Clark .lohnaon' Indian
Wood Syrup ha ell'ertually cured me of Dypepsla.
Too much cannot he aid in praice ot it.
W. K. vviMMKIl, Bedford, Mo.
Agents wanted for the rale of tho Indian Blood
Syrtip 111 every town or villain, In which 1 bava no
getii. I'articulnrH jjlven ou application.
iJKTti'ilsrs SELL IT.
Lavatory 77 Wet Sd t N. Y. City.
by till almple- water
power Invrutlon may
avoid all the lalmr au
Injury nf driving her
S. whi Machine. Over
3.000 "f llieae Rrn kua
WHier Motor, notwlesa
and ornamental, adapt
ei to all SewliiK Ma
chine, are now kIvIuii
Te r feet aat Infliction.
Two alrei Hro made for
Household Kewln Ma
chine I'Hee. $ I . mid
$'iJ..10. AImi liiwr
for factory netnla
ami for all kliula of ma
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1 1 is Vorv Cheap.
o .lin, SUto pporyoit aawtbi ad
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..! k.,t... itnia aa ..am
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11 1 In lil . lin y arn Urn only nunllelmia
adapted to poiilur ue,
uT i'HOnii'41. oa, rriiK. fnict.
I. KiMi-ra, ' oiiui.tloi, lollnmniattoiia, ;e
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3. ( rilnu Colic, or lei thlriKuf tnfauta,
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6. I hiilera lorbu, Vomiting, ,
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. Ileailarnea, Plea llcaducliw), VartlgO, '
in. ifVHiieuwtn, loooti. momnen.
Rll. Hnmirr.ed or Painful Period,
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u, riifa, iniiiu or niern'HK, .w
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il Ji. Wliiionliil t Ollgll, Vlolrllt I'KIIUtl. -VI
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X y-miiix llehllUv Hprrnati)rrha, till
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Si. Ileiine of l he ttearl, lpllivlliu, t.m.
t'orattle h.v ilriiKKlila."rwiit ht Hi t an,
oralhal Vll, Irwof idiaritr.n rv,lpm
prion. Send for Or, lluniplirrvi' Im,1ioh
ltrax. Ac, UO p&wii, altullliutralcd
CAtalome, KRItK. .
Addre., ltii,pl,rvr Uom0ratktr
314. i i'9ti k-tihtH kju. Aw Mk.
$5' f if
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20, l82. .
For sale by C. W. Hendersoi, Cairo, Illinois.
, rzzr: ; . , , h
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Over 2,000,000 Bottles
Fur COllL'hu. roldt. nnrn t hrnut hrnnrli Itla taihma
tnroat, chest and luni;.
Balsom of Tolu
throat, cheat and Ttinii. '
.. . 1 . , , j . .
hut it ha never tieen n a(tvnlmt(.,int mn.r,nnT,lH
dition to ill. aonthiue Ba.aaimc properties. H atford
aystein after the coiiRh has been relieved. ' """u uf '"
r-iTPUT UP IN QUART SIZE 110TTLFS FOR FAMILY USE, PRICE $1.00 JK
C, A T TT1 (" ' Di" nM h" ,1(,HveDny Ieslra who try to palm off upon you Rock and Hve In '
VI r. v 1VJi;y Place of our Tola, RocK and Kyo, which it the oulv medicated article made
the genuine ha n private din proprietary atampon eaoh bottle. uiuc
The TOLU, liOClv and UVE CO., Proprietors, 41 River street, Chicago, 111.
Sold hy Dkuggists, Grocers and Dealers Everywhere.
M l'nrtunt AiK-nt wrttenntrlc IT-rrttory freo.
H 8 entirely irvtw .Ueli::'.ir artleleno it. l'ropell
f tni Helta for e-lnit and all maehlnra. Inde
Mtruetlhlo K.iiti Conl and aperf n't. I'liorKiirlnir.
Tho r. T. Lulled Wire ne',lCo.,uJn ttli Ave. K. Y.
Sr. S. Sil:bo's Sitcrnal Pile Remedy
Oivos Instant . vile I and t an Infallthlo
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
Cold hyPnwKaevi'rywtiern, rrlro, H 1.0(1 per hot
prwmiif hy mini, a'ni V amit i f to I'hyHlclon
nit 111 suiter, ra, hy IV SeiHtHeiller ( o. Hox 3;ii
haw luiacuy. boloruuuuiuuluremof "4naitMi(."
IWll'V l-Tl'OCk f"r'-tH'-' with Improved interct
I'lill. I it ' ' tulile, iiihiulnr. ete. Sent tn an
adilreaa on receipt oi two three cent alamp. Ad
(Irea charlf K. IKh h. h Noith Heliiwaie avenue,
I for the wtulrr in tiiriuiinr ilistrlehi. Very
llrtrun ruturns for eompamllvely litllo labor.
VMKor full liartleiilarHHiiilrifia liniiiedliiti'ly
iJuKA.M.K Jl'ItU CO. Ttl liruadwar, S.Y.
10 10 MCOAl AWARDED
lln A nttinr. A nw nnd ur,t &tm.
teal Work, warranted i Im ImmI anil
cliHiiwwt, mil mii.mi'alil lu vi7
orlt'CriwirvalniB ; lionnd in
Iinuni rrr,nrn lIlUAUn, AIIIOOIWII.
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