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I DA.RS NO USE
jj! f IjlTAMBOUNDTORISC
PURE CREAM TARTAR.
IraiiimoraiiyjiijiirloiisNiilMstuiicoacu.il bo found
in Andrews' Pearl Baking Powder.- Is txis.
lively PURE. Ileim; endorsed, and todlmonliibt
wcelved from (inch chciniMft ass. J'mim llajnt, Hi.
ton: M. lH'UfonUtiuo, of l.:ileu;o; and tiuMavus
Bode, Milwaukee. Never ld in hulk.
C. E. ANDREWS A CO.
46 M ichiKHU A v. 2S7. ; & Wl K. Water
New pokes poke downward in tint
Ivory while is tlio f:isliionablo ehado
Pulfr or niclios arc more stylish than
plaitings for ci!j;ino; dross skirts.
(iloves nre to liave twelve buttons; no
more, no less.
The chief fancy at present in dress
floods is for all kinds of Scotch plaid
fabrics. Woolen poods are manufact
ured as liht as auze, with wide stripes
divided in checks. They make Ijeauti
f ul dresses for slight figures.
The handsomest silk embroidered and
bead embroidered designs are seen in
applique bands, to be sewed on as trim
mings of the handsomest silk costumes.
They are so admirably executed that
they look as if worked on the material.
They sell at high prices.
Among the newest dress goods are
Louisino granitees glacees, which, when
the suits are well made, are stylish and
novel in effect. Louisino is a fine qual
ity of armuro in two Mended shades, of
which complete toilettes are to bo coin
posed. Louisino has body and is soft; a
suit of it is most necessary for general
A Paris writer in the Young Ladies'
Journal says: The great rage this Spring
a ficelle. Our lace-makers have been
making very thick laco, in much-raised
fiatterns, somewhat resembling guipure,
t is this stylo of lace which is called
ficelle. The outlines are worked in thick
round thread of a pale buff color. It is
now the rival of the rich embroidery in
raised work over tullo or other materi
als, the patterns of which are not very
different in style. This kind of trim
ming is put on plain, and will therefore
do away a good deal with the draperies
of our costumes. Most of the new
Spring bonnets are trimmed with Jlcdlc.
Flowers are again to bo used on bon
nets. They form close bunches and irur
lands with all kinds of leaves and many
shades of llowers. Leghorn capelines
and largo directoiro haU aro covered
with faille or velvet ribbon bows, with a
number of handsome roses falling over
them. Feathers are also used. Tho
newest 6traws are rice (a kind of Pana
ma), which is bright and silvery, and
"Ilamboula," a coarse straw form inn1
large, smooth ribs. The laces employed"
by modistes are ecru and twine-colored
Spanish laees, twine laces, black anil
white blondes, and silk laces. The shade
to predominate this year will be twine
The Arctic Whaling Tleot.
The twenty or more whale ships which
came down from the Arctic last autumn
have mostly started again for the same
destination. These vessels will not ar
rive in the Arctic before some time in
May. They lish by the way, making
long stretches out of a direct course,
sometimes pelting well over toward .Ja
pan nnd sometimes nosing about tho
Okhotsk Sea, for any chance to strike a
few whales in litis latitude. Itrsides the
fleet of sailing ships, there will be three
steamers in the Arctic this season, viz:
Tho IJelvedere and North Star, of New
Bedford, and the new steamer now on
the stocks at this port, which will bo
completed inside of the nexltwo months.
Tho sailing ships are nil old-fashioned,
short, oak built ships, which have done
good service in other business before
they were sent around to the Arctic
Some of them were packets lifty years
ago. They are still strong, weatlierly
ships, and seem to be independent of
ull decay. 'The cold weather of the
Arctic and the saturation of oil have a
tendency to preserve ships. Unless
these oil vessels get nipped in the ice,
they may be good for at least a quarter
of a century more of good service Hy
that time there will be no use for any-
thing but the screw steamship in whal
ing. Even now another use of sicatn in
whaling has been introduced - thesteam
tender or small boat with steam, strong
enough to tow a dead whale n long tlis
tanee ami tow the whale boats to the
fishing-ground. Steam cannot be used
in following whales, on account of t he
noise.' liut it cau bo used as an auxil
iary in thewayi suggested, and, it is
said, with substantial advantage A
treat many whales are struck ami lost.
But a eleam tender to hitch on and tow
thirty or forty miles is the latest Im
provement in whaling. The old sailin"
vessels will wear out in the business.
They do not represent a great deal of
capital. Now and then an old hhio
worth .r..(W) or G,000, and twice iint
sum in the matter of outfit, will eomo
into port with l,(HK) barrels of oil, and
M much bone as can bo stored awav.
Tho interest on capital is small. "The
pront are large. That is why these old
bluff-bowed ships soaked with whale oil
are so dear U the hearts of llmir owners'
Tho strain whaler with outfit cou any
where from $70,000 to $120,000, accord
Jne to size. These must come into port
with large fares, or the venture would b
a losing business. San Francisco UuU
Satsnma ware is sought after in this
country with an eagerness which has no
counterpart in tho one w here it origin
ates and in fact is not held in any spe
cial estimation. In a recent lecture on
Japanese ceramics given by Prof. K.
Morse before tho Lowell Institute, he as
serts, that the Japanese themselves state
that yellow clay was not discovered by
them till the beginning of tho present
century and that all tho large articles
sold as ancient Sntsiimaarc seldom over
three years of ago, aro manufactured in
Tokio and are rubbed with charcoal dust
to give them an appearance of age.
l'rof. Morse has himself heard tho agent
of an American firm dealing heavily in
tho ware give an order for a quantity of
this ancient pottery, directing what do
siens were to be used ami telling tho
makers to put on plenty, as his custom
ers liked them. All articles of real Sat
snma are small and unstamped, and
cups with handles are never made. Tho
large pieces are really Awata, the doeo
ralinn being performed by children and
the cheapest grade of workmen.
Sacramento Hironl-t'niuu: For nino
years a Sacramento mayor failed to pay
the interest on the city debt. A member
of a banking linn in this city, taking
Advantage of the depreciation caused by
the failuie to pay interest, bought $1 U,
000 of city bonds at 18 cents on the dol
lar. The mayor, on some pretext, cush
at! $,1."i,000 of bonds belonging to himself
out of the treasury, and tho banker sold
his bonds in (iermany at 56 cents on the
dollar. The net result of the failure to
pay t lie interest: t'.'S.(HK profit, to tho
mayor, !r."ri,(Mii) prolit to the banker, am!
an increase of iuo.iK)') city debt.
The spring clip of California wool is
mnv coming forward quite freely, and a
large hu.'ine.is is anticipated. The pro
duct for the past twelve years is given
at 4iii''.!iii(i,7t)'i pounds, showing a value
of fi'.Sil.M'il.VOi). The largest product
was in 1S7. abrogating 50,0,10,000 lbs.
Two years later it was only 41,102,000.
It was then .li,ii)(i,Oiio pounds for two
years, and last year it was 43.0C0.O00
Monday Evening, Juno 19, 1882.
The terrilfic storm that passed over this
section Inst Saturday done an incalculable
amount of damage to farmers, leveling
fences, wheat-fields, out-houses and trees in
its course. Tho outlook for corn and wheat
had been excellent, but the present feeling
with a large part of our agricultural neigh
bors in Illinois is one of extreme dis
couragenient. The adjacent country in
Missouri and Kentucky escaped with little,
if any damage.
The market in general is somewhat un
settled ami a break may occur at any
FLOUR Choice and fancy grades are
scarce and prices are still. The call for low
grades is limited.
HAY Receipts are light, and we note
some demand for choice but a small quan
tity would stock tho market.
CORN Mixed is plenty and dull. White
is in light supply and good request at
OATS The market is weak and unset
tled, in sympathy with the New Orleans
marker, which has broken owing to tho
MEAL Steady and firm, with fair do-
mand at quotations.
BRAN Plenty and quiet.
BUTTEU-Overstocked and dull. The
lemand is small.
EOOS -Fresh receipts find ready pale at
CHICKENS Young chickens are com
ing in, and, if choice, sell readily f 2.00
FRUIT Small fruits of all kinds find
ready sale at quotations.
hstilcs anil Quotations.
NOTK. Tim prices here rivoii are for milei from
flrxt haudH In round lots. Ad advance Is
chaririiii for broken lotmn fllllnts order.
1"0 Vitriolic uradcf , ou order
5 Utitn N
si mim patent...
lihi hliln choice...,
KM lihia. Family.,
1 1 A V .
3 earn choice timothy..
3 cars clmlci) mixed, In bulk on track
a care choice whllti In hulk
8 earn choice wlxutl In bill
cars rejected white In bulk
2 caia cholcu In bulk on track (ioltl early)
i car mixed In bulk
1 cara mixed In nucka dul
No 1 !((!, i-r bit ...
No. i Modiluraiiuau
Will Mild City 4 ovnu in
WjhIiIiIb t'lly 4 (lb
It KAN .
Mil pound mrlrtly cholco Northern So'.'i
impounds Southern IIIIdoU VVMlb
lm ioiintlH choice northern packed la&JI
bXi oiiik1h (Southern lllinol 15
live choice 0 wx< 00
8 coop iniitd uil hens
H coop rhntcit hen ..,.
Scuop choice young,
3 7r: sr.
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8 omi so
r.aaeatriiwlorrloii, an In nnttlty.....a OOdJS 00
'f eteiod Kaupborriea.... ... fun
f,.r-,r,,,' Dewborrle 3 MY(M ' 0
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boxea applet jj, 55350
DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN': TUESDAY MOUNINO.
I'holcnncw 1 M
i'er bimhul 1
300 bund Michigan peach blow, per bmh 2 .VI
I'eachblowi pur bill 4 tXtftl M
New potatoes pur libl. Kinlheni 3 iW 50
" uimb Illinois. 1 oua.t W
rerbbl - 1"
I'er barrel 1 WftS
Tub -waahi.d -
I'lulii linmi lit'""
8. C. Iliiiua "
Clear mien 13
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i' liui-liel burlitpK " i
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5 liiiiliel " It
OraiiKeii, choice perbor.... - 4 OofM
Leinoni! choice per box 1bijl K1
IVacbeH. halves and iUarleri..... !rft
Choice navy ....
Choice medium ,
Choice, Factory IW
11 1 DBS.
Dry Kllnt cholco....
Sheep I'oIIh, dry ..
Sheep !' Its, (jreen.,
Uood I UK
tloi i Leaf.
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Men phie, 10
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Helena, Ark 17'
Rriglit's Pisea.s, Diabetes.
Beware of tho stuff that pretends to cure
these diseases or other serious Kidney, Uri
nary or Liver Diseases, as they only relieve
for a time anil make you ten times worse
aftcrwasds, but rely solely on Hop Bitters,
tho only remedy that will surely and per
manently cure you. It destroys nnd re
moves the cause of disease so effectually
that it never returns.
When your girl gives you tho mitten, and
you feel your heart is broke,
Don't give way to black despair, but treat
it as a joke.
Get your health in first class order, a bottle
of Spring Blossom buy,
Aud gaily join a sinking class, and for
another sweetheart try.
Prir.o SO ceutri, trial bottles 10 cents.
Paul Q. Schuh, agent.
Do Not Be Deceived.
In theso times of quack medicine adver
tisements everywhere it is truly gratifying
to find one remedy that is worthy of praiso
nnd which really does as recommended.
Electric Bitters we can voush for as being
a true and reliable remedy, nnd one that
will do as recommended. They invariably
euro Stomach and Liver Complaints, Dis
eases of the Kidneys and Urinary diffi
culties. We know whereof we speak, and
can readily say, e,ivc them a trial. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Geo. E. OTInra. ('))
ADMINISTIIATUK'S NOTICE OF FILING
Stahof 'LUNnia, 1
Knlate of Ilonorah Naoii, deceased,
To the In irn ami creditors of raid ealato.
You are hereby notitled that on Mondav, iho Hub
day of .Inly, Ish-j, th; Hjeriitor of mild fa
tale will prcptnit to the county court of Alexander
caunty, at Cairo, Illinois, bis II rial report of his
acts and doings us such Kxecutor, and ask
the court lo ho disc arped from any and all furth
er duties and resnnnsilillittos connected with said
estate and his adininlstritllon thereof, at which
time anil place you may he prepunt and resist such
application, If yon t house so to do
KICII Altl) KITZ(iKUALI). Kxecutor.
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A vintim of youthful Imprudence cauilnc Prema
ture Htxav, Nrvous Pebillly, lumt ManhM, et"'.
ftarlnn tried in vain avery known reinwly, hai dis
awrnilaatniploselfciiro, which lin v.111 s inl VRKK
In his f llow-snffemra. adiln-na J. It. KMC I'-N
r. 1 linthnni vt.. N. V.
iITY MAIiSllAL'S NOTK E.
Notice Is her iliv L'lven thai Dm lior and dog
pound ri'is been established on KatlroHd street,
near 1'Je.htb, and that all hotscs and doi,'s upon
which taxes have not been pnld, found runnlliK at
larcii within the corporate limits of the city, wilt
becauiiht up and lmpo inded and the owners Anetl.
. It. M YKItS, City Marshal.
(iKAY'S SPKC1FIC MK DIC INK
TRADC MARK, The (Ireat Kntf-
llsh remedy, All
tiiilsllliii; cure for
potency n.ul all
fl Imidutia lliul Tnlnuf
fiV of elf-abiisei asAliAApj
Six I..X nf mi,nin.. .r'?3
as a sen Hence
dimness of vision, premslurn old am-, and man?
other diseases that lead to insanity, coiisumullon
or a premature pravn, '
IiVKiiII parliculara In nur pamphlet, which we
desire to send free bv mall to evervcin vTbe
hpeclllc Medicine Is sold bv all drnuulsts a'll onr
t.acaaiie, or six packaRei Tor JiS, or will bo sent free
bv mullou receipt of the monev, bv sildressim
T1IR OKAY MKtllHNK CO ',
. . .... HdrraiA N. Y.
On acc.outit of counterfeit, wo have a-lopted tho
Yellow Vt rapper; tho oulv ucmilne, (iiiutiinuini
of euro Issued
Pold In Cairo by I', 0. RCIICIt
Wholenal Altuuts, Mornaou, l'lumbcr Co
2.1 X "A.
Cliills and Fevi'i.
Hliuniona Liver IteK'l
lalor Mion breaks tin
chills and curries tin
fever out ol the systoin,
cures when all other
S.ck II end iic he.
V r the relief mid cure
of this dlHtrcssltiK discus.-
use Slmtnoii Liv
The Reptilitlor will poslllvly cure this terrible
disease. Wo assert emphatically what wo know to
should not be reardi-d as it trillini; ailment. Na
ture (lemanils the utmost regularity of the boela.
Therefore assist nature by taking Simmons Liver
lleuulator. It is harmless, mild and cltccttiul.
One or two tublespoonfiilH will relievo nil tho
troubles Incident to a billon state, such as Nausaa
Dizziness, Drowsiness, llislrcgij alter catlntr, a bit
ter had taMo In the inoiilu.
Persons may avoid all attacks by occasionally
talilnt; a dose ol Simmons Mver Mutilator to keep
lite liver In healthy ncllon.
generally arising I'diu a disordered stomach, can
be corrected bv tilling; hlmnioua Liver Knnulator.
.I A UN DICK.
Mmiiiou Liver Keulat r soon eradicates this dis
ease from the system, leuvlnn the skin clear aud
free from all impurities
Children suirerliiK with colic, soon experience re
lief when Mtmnons Liver Keuulntor (s administer
ed. Aduits also derive (,-reat benellt from this
medicine. It is nut unpleasant; It Is harmless
and ellucllve. Purely vi-Kctabia.
J i r , A ) L) 1: 1 1 & K 1 1 )N KYS
Most of 1 he diseases ol the bladder originate from
those of iho klilnevs. Kestoru the scllon of the
liver lolly imdbotii Hie kidneys and liladdtr will
tr"Take only the genuine, which always has 011
the w rapper the red '. trado mark and slKiiuturu of
For sale by all driiKlsts.
If you sr.fTer from dyspepsia, use
III' BIK K'K III.OOI) HITTEHS.
If yon are n (11 irturl with biliousness, use
tU'i:lo: K III.OOI) I1ITTEHS,
If yu are prustraled with sick headache, take
Ill'KIlOCK Iil.OOD IllTTEHH
If your tiowuls ate disorden d regulate them w ith
IIL'KLOCK KLOOI) 1UTTEU.S.
If your blond Is Impure, purify it with
Of Kline K 1ILOOD IlITrEKS
If you have Indigestion, you will find an antldoto in
III'UDOCK HLOOD 1IITTKU8.
If you are troiibUdwitb sprluRcompla.nts, eradi
cate them with Ilt'IlDOCK III.OOI) IlITTEItS.
II your liver Is torjild restore It to healthy action
witk Ilt;i(I)(K'K Iil.OOD I'. ITT KUS,
If ynnr liver Is affected yon will find a sliure restor-
stive In IiriiDOCK HLOOI) IUITEKS.
If you have any sperk-s of hninor or pimple, fall
not to tako IiCKDOCK JiLOOI) 1I1TTEKS.
If you have any slinptoms of ulctirs or scrofulous
sores, a curntivu remedy will be fonnd In
IiriiDOCK III.OOI) IlITTEKS.
For lmpsrtin( strength and vitality to the system,
nothinj! can equal Jil'KDOCK HLOOI) BITTEHS.
For Nervous aud (ieneral Di-blllty, tone np the
ystem with lU.'liDOCK BLOOD BirrEUS
Plick Jl rr.a uottlk; Tuial imjtti.es, HHtb,
FOSTER, MILIU'UN & CO., Prop'rs,
BUFFALO, N. Y.
For sale by PAUL (. SCHUH.
Investor of small and mndliun
niiiiiiinls in (iriuti, Provisions un.j
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Our siieei'SKfnl, fully tried, obi lh-
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