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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 12, 18 82.
1 1 (rKYINO TO HOLD DOWnVN
VA .eekfARLBAKING POWDER
. ,1 .. ., -Sli
F Hi T Til Y IJI.r
PURE CUE AM TARTAR.
31000., Given f A
If slum or ny i:iJuriiMiiH!iii!jtuii(ft-s cuu Uj found
in Andrews' Pearl 3akini? Powder. Is P"
lively PUKE. lk.iT.B-7i.Joi-l, anautimontaU
rccclvedfri'M such chemists as 3. lhina Hay, Bos
Urn; M. IH-Iftfuntaliip, of (hicuiro! and OusuivuJ.
Bode. Milwaukee Nvirold In bulk.
C. E. ANOREWS A. CO.
Miuiitfiui Av. 2:7. isiS:2tflE. S au-r
0 III puw
Kvrv Cnrsi-t la warranted satis
factory to Its wearer in cvrj- v,fy,
or tho money will l retunded ty
the rerson from whom it was iK'iiwiit.
ThennlvCnrwt prnnnnwed Itr mir l( -1lnr M'.vsl I'
tint lnlurlr.ua to ihc wenrer. hii1 -nilorwil by Imlit-nM
" n""( "mfgruihlo slid P .feet ttw fc- WM t
"" PRICES, by Mull, rtuiro rnl'' I
Health I-reswrln-. 1.M. Mf.AdJu.t!n. 1.60
Abdominal etre hcary) Nurslx-. 1.60
Health IVesorvlna- mm' eoutlli S.ilO. Perason
Far sale h.T lradini "flail Dealers everywhere.
CHICAGO COKrXT CO., Ililtfufc-O, 111.
li a propsruilon of Protoxide of Iron, Peruvian
Kark and the Phosphates. ossoelHted with the
Vegetable Aromatli'S. Kndored by the Medical
Profession, and recommended hy them for Ova
pf plu. (irnrrnl Isrhlllfr. 1'fmalP !.
rai, Man I of Vitality, rvoua Hroa
(ration, t'ontalrarrnrr from Fevers)
and iirontc hilla mid fr. It serve
every purpose, where a luMt la necessary.
Bansfictarel by The Dr. Ilartor Medicine Co, Stlonit
Die following Is one of the very many testlmo
Blsis we are receiving dully:
Otntlrmm Some three nmntlu ago I befran tho
One Of 1)K. liARTEIl'rt lltliN TuMc, iipou the ad.
Vice of many friend! who knew In virtues. I wal
ufltrHip frnin gviieral debility to such an extent
that my laborwas exceedingly burdensome tome.
A vacation of a uiontli did not give tue much ro
lief, hut on the contrary, ai followed by ln
creased prostration and linking chill. At this
time I begun theue of vom litoy 'i'ostr, fmrn
whlrh 1 realized almost Immediate and wonderful
reult. The old energy relumed and 1 found that
tny natural force was not permanently abated. J
have used three bottles of the TOMC. blnce uln(
It I hve done twice the labor that I ever did In the
ame time during my 111 nets, and with double th
a. With the tranquil nerve and v Igor of hod y,
baa come also a clearness or tnoughi nver oeiora
if th6 tonic has not done tea woit,
kiiow nut what.
lrtve 11 the credit.
V. WA l ()V.
Paawr CUiiatlao dmrch.
Troy. 0.. Jan. 1, 1878.
fcSate by Drugglt'.t and Gwwii Oealtn Evervwhen
IS A SURE CURE
for all diseases of the Kidney and
It haasixxrfllo action on UU moat Important
organ, enabling It to throw off torpidity and
lnaolion, ittmulatln thahoalthy aerreUonof
the lille, and hy kucp!a Uie bowoli la free
oondition, e&cUng Its regular dlachargo.
lit irit ifyouaraaaflorlngfVota
IMlaiariUa malaria, hv the ohiUa,
are bUioua.dyspcptlo, or oonstJpated, Kidney
Wort will aurciy relieve and quickly euro.
In the Spring to cleanse tho System, every
one ahould take a thorough courso of It,
U. SOLO BY DRUCCISTS. Prlr-elt.
Bill Arp and the Boya Pick Sweet Potatoes,
For Bomotlmo pnst I have Ihmjo nntici
pating n big frolio for rue and the child
ren, for my sweet potatoes wero very
fino, und no the other day we cot an
early breakfast and not In for the day.
It took .the plow boy an hour or so to
clean off the vines "for a start, and I
helpt-d him with a four prong hoe when
tho plow cot too full to carry. Then me
and tho three little boys undertook to
pick up as fast as the plow turned 'era
out. I was to give a quarter to the chap
who found the biost potato, which 1
soon found was bad policy for it made
'era run over and skip a good many lit
tle ones and it kept me busy picking up
what thev had left, Tho frolic was
splendid for half a day and 1 enjoyed
seeing tho big ones roll up to the sur
face almost as much as I did when a
boy, but after dinner I didn't feel much
like going back, but I had to go, and I
went and stuck to it until night and we
bunched 'em in littlo piles and covered
'em up with the vines, and the next day
wo went at it again, but I didn't go
with thesMmo alacrity, and the boys got
tired of hunting for the biggest one and
one of 'em took the headache and laid
down iu the shade, and I thought ho
might have overworked himself and
sent him to the house to rest, aud in
fifteen minutes he was setting the dog
on a cat up a tree and having a bully
time. We only counted on a day and a
half to ckwe out the job, and we worked
hard and faithful, and it took us three
whole days, and I never saw the like of
potatoes on an acre of ground, and to
wards the heel of the last day, which
w as yesterday, I was so tired of seeing
'em roll out and picking 'era up I
wouldn't have dug another patch if any
body had give it to me. The last day's
digging was among the yarns, and the
milky glue that run out of 'em got so
thick on my hands I had to soak and
rub and scrape 'em for an hour to get
it off, and it ain't all off yet, and my
fingers looked like they used to when I
had been hulling walnuts all day Satur
day. But I believe in potatoes and take
comfort in having plenty of 'em during
the winter, and I have always felt a
feeling of pride and confidence in our
sunny South, because we could raise to
perfection four things that the Yankees
can't, and these are cotton and cowpeas
and Bermuda grass and potatoes. ' hen
our farmers learn how to raise these
things to perfection, wo can defy tho
world and the flesh, ami mighty nigh
keep the old devil at a respectablo dis
tance. Atlanta Constitution.
EVERY jPBOF.MIRSTOH'S NEW WORK
. hi'iov e'i ivi'ii irss' iiu hi'. iiiuue
fMi4tiHtnf Me.. fkgst
pl llrblllij, KviumI Deritir u4 Ui-r
ditortcrt Ltu-lur4 ftf IbdittitUob or Kl
oMvt. It tobcdiAi l tit lftrj tiirtetn of
to rni'oeDt tbyatciu wbo bu mU uin
ritaaaa a life tudv. I i I uat ratsd mith mI,
orM pifct. lb Mr'.hK'AL H KFJtLY uri
' f.ter; miD will profit by iti pruul." la
ui trt prMni rjiuo txutuiifta ft copy
ill be ftti ttf oQ iij.lt cn too to lb
Hitihiun ULHtDl lOstlaiSFultoaStaaHewTortu
A fuvorlte tin-rr1iitlnn of nnn nf th
most noted and successful wpallst in the V. ft.
(now P-Hrwli lor therun.or.Vor'iie Iti bility,
I.oinf .nilied, H'eafctieae ami Ihtuh- ' "1
luilaiusu...."nveluierrt!. lniigli,laan fill 1L
Address DR. WARD & CO.. Louisisna. Mo.
Vans mcuii us
Hn-.-Nrrvn 1. bllllr. Imimun. r, Oraaalv
WeahneMt, Ownnrrku-a, aynkllllle nil Mrrvurlnl
lis ttu tu4 aura mnfflln. Oil or wrli for 1.1,1 ( uim
Uws a b amwerrd br Hiom itMlrtus tmirurul h Bufl.
(Prrumatagi-riss 'rnai Muilurkulrlra4 tbrlr SitrMt.X
sa' lrra irallat la llirlr sS,aala. IlkaalatraM.
Aadraaa, Kit lll l'l , is) g. Hih St., Si. Ush, ,
timiWUbl) "Vttt TH1UTV vr.Autv
imi tl'1oaj a,H lnimoi ,, , ,iJ!Xul
uaddaia im 01 nam m ..a. .....
"N't Csaaao ojaiM dl niin 'ajnu a umi. o, i,noua) a tj
Hrt (Hijooi s nii..n mm, at da tr.4 ip.m,",oi
s Sa tn tt'ix.n Ijj
mrw7i.l,oo vmm sihuvh
POTATOES Quiet and unchanged.
ONIONS-Stcady and firm.
SalCH and Cduotationei.
NOTK. The price Bore ritoii are for sales from
flrti hands in round lots. An tdvance if
charged for broken lolstn flllliigordors.
4(K) various gradua
D 0 hhls fancy
liifl hbls I'atent ....
tsssee ee -m.-
8 6035 M
8 care gilt edge.
7 can choice......
8 cars good prime ...
2 cars good mixed....
i ... ii. W)
.mxffa luuum ,n
Un.l... I K.illr . tU
TT U1IO IU UUI sw....
3 car in bulk .
Scars In bill lc .
lean Id bulk.
No. 2 Hed, per hu ....
No. i Medltoraueau..
4 bhlsCltr ia lots S 75 it 8J
1 car sacks..,
8K1 Sonthem Illlnoli roll
6 0 noun lis Southern Illinois roll
500 pounds Northern packed
b'O pounds choice Northern roll
Chills aud Fever,
W JVkX II
1 coops !afy choice
2Q0i pounds drossed
6 coops mixed ..........
5 coops young ana oia
3 coop bens
lOObhls fancy BenDavls
( bhlsrbolce Ken I'avis
bX) hhls fancy Wine Saps
1' 0 bhi homanltes and Genitalis
1'ts hbls fsncv home Beauty
flack packed fruit
. 3 75
2 f 03 '4 50
Htniinons Liver Resti
lator soon breaks the
chilli and carrlea the
fever out ol the system.
cures when all other
remedies fall. '
K r the relief and enre
of this distressing dis
ease use Simmons Liv
The Regulator will positively cure this U.rlble
disease. We assert emphatically what wo know to
be true. ,
should not be regarded as a trilling ailment. Nt
lure demunds the ntmost regularity of the bowels.
Therefore assist nature by taking Bimmons Liver
Regulator. It is harmless, mild and etlectiial.
One or two tablespoonftils will relieve all the
troubles Incident to a bilious slate, such as Nausea
Dizeiuese, Druwetuese, Distress alter eating, a bit
ter bad taste in the mouth.
Persons may avoid all attacks by occasionally
faking a dose of bimmons Liver Regulator to keep
the liver lu hcultby action.
13 AD BREATH!
generally arising I'rjm a disordered stomach, can
be corrected by taking Simmons Liver Regulator.
Mutinous Liver Regulat rsoou eradicates this dis
ease Irom tue system, leaving the skin clear aud
free lrom ull impurities
Children sufferlug with colic soon experience re
lief when Simmons Liver Regulator is administer
ed. Adults also derive great benefit from this
medlciuc. It is not unpleasant; it Is harmless
aud eliectivo. I'uiely vegitubla.
BLADDER & KIDNEYS
Most of the diseases ot the bladder originate from
those of tne kidneys. Restore the action of the
liver lull aud both the kidneys ana Diaaaer win
tifTake only the genuine, which always bas
tue wrapper tne re.
ed trade mark and
For sale by all druggists.
--Manufacturer sod Dealer In
A Fashionable Shoemaker on Women's
"The feet of Americans are, as a rule,
of smaller and-lishter build than the
feet of Englishmen, and have more arch
and higher insteps. I worked in tho best
London shops before coming to this
country, and I know there are plenty of
big feet among tho Lnglish aristocracy.
Iho feet of the American lames are
smaller th.ri !!:',ceof English ladies, but
the American ladies are apt to distort
their feet in a way that English ladies
do not. Now, by rights the last on
which a shoe is made ought to be three
sues lanrer man tne loot, i cere are
four sizes to an inch, so that would give
trtrpn-niiHrtAraj nf an inrh room to th
foot. An English woman will take such
measurement, but if you make shoes in
that way for American ladies vou will
. w . I
have them left on your hands, lou can
not make the shoe more than irom a
size and a half to two sizes above tho
exact length of the foot. 'Anything I
can get my fool in I can wear,' they
sav, and so wo give plenty of width be
tween heel and ankle, so that they can
slip their feet in, and they don't seem to
mitnl how their toes are pinched togeth
er when the foot settles into the blioe.
The result is the English women have a
freer.easiergaitthan American women.
Any person whoso blood ano liver is in
cood condition iH all right even in the
midst of epidemics, this can be noticed in
the lite of every one. If all would avail
themselves of the advantages of restoring
und maintaining the health of the body
there would be fewer doctors bills and
much lebs sorrow. The one thing needful
aud the one recommended above all others
is found in Simmons Liver R"gulator. The
tetiiuoniuls are counted by the thousands
and its merits are undoubted.
Potatoes per hbl l ouili
4 0 bush Northern Peach Blows
3 bosh Southern Ills, reach Blows
rorbbl - 13 O'<
Per barrel " 50JS; 00
. . ......M.M.
Tierces . .
Half do '
Buckets - 14
Plain hams none
b. C. Hams - 15
Clear fides io.
ht. Johns 00
Ohio River 1 0:
2-4 bushel burli
Peaches. halves and uarteri...
Apples, bright -
Choice navy ....
6th Street, between Com'l Ave. and Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY,
ALL KINDS OP AMCXITION.
Safes Reiaired. AU Kinds ol Keys Made.
FLOUF- GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
IligheHt CiLHh Pric ft Paid for Wheat.
Dry Flint choice
Dry salt ...
sheep l'll, dry
Sheep Pi Its. green
& TR, KLINL'8 GREAT
tVj NfcRVE RE8TQRER
D;nr -. Oxir ri-itk cr. r. ns .Nirts Arrzo-
no.o.His.tp'ii Ei-ir.fic INFALLIBLE dultsn
I , iirn 'rA. b'th'Ulof'.rr fir1(l-iy'w. TreitjiS
If.' trill bn'tl f(. tj Fit tK),thy r.in .rras
:harri"n tv i.wl.ar. raci?u. pwna DirriM.i'.u ana
.ifMitHr"! or srilieise to la.M.I.k.XI Aro
S'.JPb.l,'1r. .r" He Itrwgul buw 0 atA.
St. --a-s1 M
Monday Evesino, Dec. 11, 1832
The weatl.cr hus moderated and a gen
eral thw his taken place. To dny is clear
T io Anchor Line steamers will for the
balance of the aeason inke this point the
terminus of their trips from New Orleans
Tho nnrket as a rule is steady ana firm,
however, deriving most of its strength fnmi
tho change to cold weather and the likli
hood ol 'Cairo becoming the base of sup'
plies for the south.
FLOUIl Qilct and unchanged. The
Stock of fancy is fair. Choice finds ready
tie ; low grades are still scarce.
HAY Receipts are liberal and the de
maud fair with priccsfirm as quoted.
CORN No shelled new corn comes to
this market at present. Old corn is scarce.
OATS We noteashado better prices
on sales to-day. Receipts aro light and the
demand ouly moderate.
MEAL -Quiet and unchanged. City
mills are selling all they manufacture,
which is restricted by scarcity of tood
BRAN Steady and unchanged,
BUTTER Tho market is overstocked
and dull. Prices arc weak and lower.
EOOSThe demand is not largo but is
fully up to the supply.
POULTRY Live chickens aro very dull.
Dressed is scarce aud in good demand.
Turkeys aro in fair request at quotations.
GAME None in market on consign
ment. Everything is warco and high.
APPLES -Steady and unchanged. Ho-
ceipts find ready aalo at quotations.
Common Lu t"
Uood iuifs 4 vk; a m
ov.L'ar 4 7v; '
iledlnm Leaf H 7 'J-
fJo-4Lcaf 7 ya r
RATKS OK FREIGHT.
, v llr ehlis I . ' v
Hsiena, Ark 'tH
Hay Flour Por
cwt. flbbl. Mi
15 '.'5 '
nu oX 'JV
A World of Good.
One of the most rmnular medicines now
before the American people, is Hop B. tiers.
Y'ou see it everywhere. People take it
with good t llect. It builds them up. It
is not hs pleasant to the taste as some other
Bitter, as it is not a whisky drink. It is
more like tho old-fashioned bono set tea,
that ti'ii done a world ot good. If you
don't fctl just right, try Hop Bitters.
Tf( of Charge.
All persons suffering from Coughs, Colds,
Asthins, Bronchitis, Less of Voice, or an af
fection ot tho Throat and Lungs, are re
quested to call at Harry W. Schuh's drug
store and get a trial bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery for Connnnption, free of
charire, which will convince them of its
wonderful merits and show what a regular
.1 , . . I 1 ... I til I. S I I I ... .
uoiiar-size ihhuu win no, inu tjuriy. (o)
Tho Howe scales have all the latest im
provements. It is true economy to buy
tho best. Burden, Solleck & Co., agents,
St. Louis, Mo. (3)
John Oodkn, 001 31st street, Chicago,
111., ssyi: "Brown's Iron Bitters is the best
tonic I have ever used."
TO CARD COLLECTORS.
" THE FROLIC OF THE FROGS,"
8'x original d-slifi s. Jost out, very funny, will be
sent to any address on receiptors cents In stamps.
J. D. I. ARK IN i 0 , Bufl'iln, N. Y.
SOLE MANCFACTCREKS uF
"BORAX I. VF," for tlif Laundry.
"r LITE." a Pure Olive Oil Toilet Hoap
POUT GRAPE AVLNE
If you aro a woman aud would contri
bute your influence to rcdnmn humanity
from itM numberless ills, make all thinirs
elsti subordinate to health. If you possess
this inestimable treasure you may transmit
thn same and your offspring may rino up
and call you blessed. To secure this it
will be well to seek the motherly couoto.
csDCO of Mra. Tinkham, Lyun, Mais.
,23-. 1' tesV "Xii-t
Spkeu's Port Grape Wine !
four yf.ahh nr.n
rrtllH fELEIIHATKI) NATIVE WINK Is made
from the Juice of the Oporto Jrspe, raised In
in icnuni v nv, h. , n t,.,.i A . . . ... i.
--. . ? . . .n ... .nlul,,.lu hiiii nuu nnuuiliu
Olllllkf PrOliert1,.!, arl lOi.ll.t, a. mnA Ku .n.
t Ui, Ul., II ...... .1 I... ... r.
i-n. ... inn. ii -iuu luii pure jinrnoi ire lirape
i.iuu,.ru uiiii'ir mr, nnjiT s own personal supervi
StOtl. US fJllrltV Still f.PIHIKif tin.. ... I
. .... ... rn, Kiiaiautuiiii,
Thi voiini'st child may parinkn of its ip-nroiis
ivi.1.. mi in.: i uivanu uso ii to silvan-
UK It Is particularly bmicflclal tolhesRcd and
d"hlllliited, and sinful lo the various ailments that
win a i7. bum oV: ,n ovu, rMpoct A
M)(H?i"s r. , . Slmrrv.
The I J, HIIEKIIV tsa wine of Superior Char
..In, anrf . .. ... I. I ii . .. ...
. .,, k.i.u, l0o ricn quan ties ot tun orati
from vh en If, Is made For Purity. Richness, Fil
xi. mi .iiiMiii inai rropertics, it win be found
Spoer's P. J. Brandy.
his HKANDi stands unrivaled In this Oonntry
.vn,,T ,r niiiiiiRiiiai purposes. It la i
pure d.ai nut Ion Iro n thn ur.ms, and rontalna vul
liable tnedlrlnal properties. It has a dollnato tin
vor. "inriario tliatoriha trrttp'-s, from which It Is
Glstlllen. and is In ireat favor imiins rlr.tl...
LHi"i)il''o',.H,",i"' ih simiatuN of ALFRED
w ,.i ' " '"i ', ""r tna cora or each
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