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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SUNDAY MOBNINO, SEPTEMBER 17. 1882.
Malaria is an almost in
describable malady which
not even the most talented
physicians arc able to fath
om. Its cause is most fre
quently ascribed to local
surroundings, and there is
very little question, but this
opinion is substantiated by
ficts. Malaria does not nec
essarily mean chills and
fuver while these troubles
usually accompany it. It
often affects the sufferer with
general lassitude, accom
panied by loss of appetite,
sleeplessness, a tired feeling
and a high fever, the per
son afflicted growing weak
er and weaker, loses flesh
day after day, until he be
comes a mere skeleton, a
shadow of his former self.
Malaria nnre bavinr? laid iia
liold ujKjn the human frame, ilia
door ofihe fytcm n thmwnr.pen
to nervous oiscue. The body
weak and enfeebled kUorU no
nourishment, but kuhftiiiing upon
ilwlf, the digestive orient no
I'jncT perform their function J
the liver become torpid, and other
tTKar.i fiilinu to do their routine
work . ;ieedily become Unordered,
and dissolution and death are aft
In addition to being a certain cure
for malaria and chills and fever,
Brown's Iron Bit-ruts is highly
recommended for all diseases requir
ing a certain and trfiojent tcnic; es
pecially indirection, dyspepsia, inter
mittent fevers, want of appetite, loss
cf strength, lack of energy, etc.
turich.es the Hood, strengthens the
muscles, and gives new life to the
nerves. Acts like a charm on the
digestive organs. It is for sale by
all respectable dealers in medicines,
price, f i per bottle
Be sure and get the genuine.
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS.
Tako no other.
INCREASE OF EXPENDITURES.
The remarkable increase of the 6tte
taxes fur the proem year ouht to arrest
public attention, an 1 an explanation ou'lit
to be demnn l'd from the party in power.
Governor Cullom, in a puiihhed lette r, at
tempts to explain an 1 to excuse the in
creased taxitim) by saying it is caused Ly
increased '.emulative appropriations. But
that is neither explanation nor excuse.
Why vveie there such enormously increased
appropriations? Why did hi; not veto ap
propriation bills, which udded millions to
the public expenses? What gn at public
iieces-jty demanded this increase of millions
of dollars' in the. public expenditures?
No satisfactory answer can be given to
these questions; and they arc questions
which the tax payers have a riht to ask,
and to demand an answer to I'imiii the party
in power. It is legislative hintory that the
Democratic members in the last legislature
resisted the extrav.igant appropriations
which were forced into laws by that politi
cal thumb-screw, known as u Republican
party caucus. A few Democrats voted for
these enormous appropriation hills rather
than have no bills passed; but a large ma
jority of the Democratic members resisted
their passage by all known parliament-try
tactics and then voted against them. They
were poorly concealed legislative steals of
the public money, passed in Ihu interest of
Let the Democratic press of the state
cry aloud aud spare not in the discussion
oj'the increased state taxation and increased
state expenses. All the signs point to a
majority in the next legislature in op
position to the Republican pirty, ami at
least nineleiitlis of that majority will be
Democrats, Consequently the Democratic
party in all parts of the state, through its
papers nnd its public speakers, ought to'
place itself in complete harmony with the
, plank of the Democratic state platform on
the subject of increased expenditures and
Dixon Simuiuis, Sept. 8th, 1883.
Please annouee to the people in general
through tho of Tim IJuu-etin,
that as the hot weather aud the rush is
over, in order to give everybody a chance
to try the Dixon Springs water, I have
concluded to reduce rates during the
mouths of Sept. and October, or thu balance-
of the season, to six UoM.Aiis per
week. This is because thoso who desire
to come will ho not for pleasure so much
as lor tho benefit to bo derived from a
free use of these wonderful medicinal
J, 12. Lkmkm, Proprietor.
Use The Caiho Dum.ktin perforated
scratch -book, made of calendered jute
DianiUa, equally good tor Ink or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, ut the ollico. No. 3 and
8. live and ten cents each by tho singlo ouo,
by tho dozen. Special discount on gross
lota to tho trade.
CHICAGO MARKET REPOJiT
C'OHItECTED DAILY liV CHAS, CUNNING
U AM, HItOKKK.
9-10 IV M. September !fi, lrWi.
S.j.t i-iii l).-r . ticiober. November.
W hi tit
$ ti IV,
i,':im I' M
W In ut
W. K I.Atiwiiy, r1"r edHir of i'iie IIl-M-TH
anil t;a.utot piuer tat. OrOcr fur all
ktndiof a team boat job pnutlrjj aollclted. Oillco
at I'laiitnra Hotel, No. U Ulilu luvue.
The Vint Shinkle from Cincinnati ur
riveil lu re Friday at midnight with the
heaviest trip she ever brought down the
Ohio. She discharged a large amount of
freight here, in which was .V)0 bbls. of salt,
aud left lien- for Memphis at 12 o'clock
The John S. Hopkins aunts through
from Evansville to day, is due here at 4 p.
m. and will leave here on her return ttip at
6 p. in. I'as.-eugt-rs uoiiig up the Ohio can
procure tick't-ts from W. F. Lambdin, agent,
office at Bower Bros. European Hotel, 72
T'-e Cons Millar for Memphis and U. P.
Schenck fur New Orleans left Cincinnati
The fine steamer Hudson for St. Louis
is due hero this morning. Capt. John
Griflkh has command. The Hudson is fast
and her accommodations are of the best.
See W. F. Lambdin, agent, ror passage
Tho new Mary Houston,-Paris C. Brown,
and Chas. Morgan are all advertised to
leave Cincinnati next Wednesday. " Look
out for squalls."
The John A. Bcudder from St. Louis is
due here this evening for New Orleans.
The J. II. Hillman from Nashville is due
to niyht and leaves here on ht-r return trip
at 10 o'clock to morrow. The Hillman is
reliable light and comfortable, and Capt.
Tom Galligher her worthy chief will stc
that his guests are well cared for.
The Ohio and Mississippi rivers are still
on the decline. If a rise soon don't take
place, a large majority of the steamboat
boys can have a tew leisure honrs.
The City of Heleua from St Louis passed
down last with a good trip.
Weather hot yesterday with but little
prospect of rain.
There has been a split in the Big O.
Line at Cincinnati, aud every "tub" is
now standing on its bottom. Hope, how
ever, the lino with its disorganizes may
soon come to amiable terms, and all fall in
the same harness again.
The Ste. Genevieve from Memphis arrived
yesterday morning at 9 o'clock and left for
St. Louis at U :30 a. m. She had a fair trip.
The City of Providence trom Vicksburg
ai rived here at 11 a. m. yesterday. She
had a light trip, and departed for St. Louis
at 1 1 :30.
The elegant Cily of Cairo arrived at 10
a. m. yesterday. She come down Irom St.
Louis ami left for Vicksburg at 1 p. m.
The mammoth steamer City of New
Orleans arrived here from St. Louis at
11:30 a. m. yesterday. She had a very
good trip and added considerable more
here. Left for New Orleans last night.
Port Eads leaves this evening for New
Orleans with a tow of Mississippi valley
barges loaded with wheat.
A CouirU. Cold or sore Thront
should be stopped. iSeglect frequcntl re
sults in an Incurable Lung disease or on
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syups
and balsams, but act directly on the inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
the Throt Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers are subject to. ' For thirty
years Brown s Bronchial Troches Iibvo been
recommended by physiciaus, and always
give perlect Batistaction. Having been
tested by wido and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they havo attained
well-merited rank among tho few 'staple
remedies of the age. Hold at 25 cents a
ONE FXPEUIENCIS FROM MANY.
I have been sick aud miserable so long
aud had caused my husband so much trou
ble and expense, no one Beenied to know
what ailed me, that I was completely dis
heartened and discouraged. In this framo
of my mind I got a bottle ot Hop Bitters
aud used them unknown to my family, I
soon began to improve nnd gained so fast
that my husband ami family thought it
strange and unnatural, but when I told
them what had helped mo, they said,
Hurrah for Hop Bitters! long tuny they
prosper, for they havo mado mother well
and u happy." Tho Mother.
WAIT UNTIL SATIJ IiDA-Y,
1; jmI ? lull a! Til SpiiAwi iiiiiw
Will IOxInhit A l'tct-iiiK.n iiml Kvt-mntj ut
W- if Wfm
i Ifi ef A
L&ri-it lu th" world! (lSiliaunnal tour) With two.tlir -ti. ami rcqiitren orton Torr great railroad trttma
1,200 Men and Horses, 1,000 Wild Beasts and Hare Birds
rapitn! Inv lOi-d thrue iiilliluu Europe w,.it clenn of In grtat niiiiiKi:inent fi.-atii-r. Griiti!t of
a'.l iIih iiuw (lrnt ttm con-:i1-t- ir;at Korvpau & suowii. Four mt'u.rir) combined. Three
grout drew fun pe. Uimiith iHiimiuit. Oceanic aciuurlitm. Adam FurepdiiKb, Jr ' (jroat cmisremi
of W tralnid e ! ihutiti. K. -i,.' Herlia cirouB. Iilupodramal c ;nir a aud Rore ui o.-iuutul nticctic'i
lar dl'plav . M ire man i-iiiu;iiui m mauiultude and -.t nearly
All the SHOWS on Earth C03IBIXEI)
Iially MpcnrifP greater, ciii.vih lurui-r, parHde Krander, cot more, fhowj mure, and is t ti a niot i,cr
pect chaxte and repnHtaliie truvi-lltK leuted txbibltion ever orcaulzed I.ook at tlin ni iiaralli'led anil
aloiil!itiiu artay of fiimuus fureiitn le.iltireit. Ftml and tiuly ureal lurd (if 'J.' lierfcirniini' eleiihantt
aud the Juul added
k n mm?m?igmi
f (-. V'h VV''-S
i " it 1 JW9 I I'M
FOUR GREAT CIRCUS RINGS
Scut for L'0,000 in tho riomlTowcriug- ravilions!
ft,0 Doii-ra rlialron the iirnnil Hland! Tbrurt ifr-al hamlet
FEKHLESS, POETIC, riliNCKLY, all AND GOItGEOUS
FREE STItEET PARADE- .
Kvnry foronnon of exhibition day. between 9: Ontid li s:irt. tbn itreatly grand aud Roriiooua car Ivul aire t
parade, lu which l ti-i-n tho wonderfully urand and aiiblltiw tauaiit, .
C L K 0 T A T K A AN9UKKN OF EGYPT
EE MEM BEE Saturday, SEPT. 30.
Nob Until SEPT. 30, 4 PAW
for the Biggest, Wait for the Best,
V(J IV V LARGEST and -HEAVIEST ELE
1)U.L L ) All, I'HAXT KNOWN TO EXIST
,o fpn - - r-r-lt.idlfanyi lrc.iMiithwond can duplkati! thn uri paralleled act of Sle Leonatl.
Ir,m ' ' 1 " n ni4 HP"" a bicycle up and down a apiral eluvated roadw iy HO Tewt in hek-hll or the
fnir,w'S ,lluir Cllr(l lu noi.ftic exblb.tlou; or tha
Albion Speeding CO .Miles an Hour on a 0 Feet HMi Bicycle
ithr?m.t,'tJ:vi"l-it'JrtVri,.U'r" 1,1 V,u I'""''" frtim llerlln! Llade D-.-acou. fnnn London.
v irf ,'.. v'mLi ..,,':,,'!rl"r'' l)lTf"rm r"! rJ-u' i-'lttij;l inllet.tdwarft.l l la blown Irom a cannon
Hit men a liiH -iMp,.rroniilin;andriiii'li,.ri'iHl Hippopotami ! Trained lloua! Tlirrrnl llyenasl
aM caiiiela! H onderfnl nacn-d cattle of iVrnia! Mure rare auinmln than all the ahowa in America!
ll.uuli.ome woiiicii! Fat ladk-n! bin buliicn! Two rai:e trace tiack iirunan equal toanyl
LALLA 1100KII, -PRINCESS OF. DELHI
With the HAS 111) l KsT WOMAN IN AMEKiCAl I'emomulnit "I.allu Huokli," and llio bariM of
Oleopaira, tvlih Kitfpt'i qilui'ii, thn moat niiKallb'.eiit aptii'laclua uver iieluilil it pun thu atruuta or an
Atu-ricaii eliy, Living wi d boititn lo.iae m tlto a;reut. A aeortt of aitu bright ainn titiloiu oharlott.
A ! Mini tveti;iliiu aloiiit with bin II feet hlitll hli-vclu. A real nlinon piire troilp of nouiboru cinp-iuef
inn niiMod;iu, aiiilni aa thu proei'Huluu movi-a, H ureut hiind of m ii-lo aud rand, new aud iinvel pro
c 'fliin ol lu.liiHlrv, I lie very laren, loiitteal, Kivatem, KraudeHt. ithIiiIIoiu aud only twj million dollar
paiieant ever ai' -n on th.i Hlreeta. Adiumalon only Ml ceut; children midur tl yeara, liS cuut. Kxnihl
lluu itllernooii an' (ivenlnn al UMti'tl boiira. Arunic chalra, I'roiinnadiiooneerta out) honr beforo com
meueliii?. by thoihr-o uruai baudn. XT" Low Kalen and -xcuraloii tniina on all railroad to too thlt
(lreiitiliiiw, (f"For thu eapuc.lal accointuoilitlou ot ladlna and clilldmn aud all whu dealra to avoid
Hie crowd aurroiiiidlliK thu 'leant witirnn on Ihu abow mihiJ, tlokeU will lie on aulu durlnj tha antlra
(lavthecxhlblllonla here, at TOLKMANVS IIOOKH lrtlt, " "r"
ADAM FOKEPAUGU, Solo Propriolor.
832 pt. 30,
k. -'K-:.ii-Mi iJjf
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