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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:; TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 1, 1833,
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PURE CREAM TARTAR.
810OO. Given ,
If alum or any injurious ulwtiioi'S Cuii bo forma
hi Andrews' Pearl BalunR Powder. Is p'
tlToly PURE. Uelngoii'loriied, otul u-Ktlruoriiala
reeeivodinxu mcli cliuinWa asS. luini lluys, IS.,
ton; M. lVlafniUaliie, of Chiciiso; und Gustuvia
Bode. Milwaukee. Ncw!d in bulk.
C. E. ANDREWS A CO, ,
it MicUisnn A v. J tfsii . K. uter.
r:,AM..( ia ttfurriilit. il t'ltia
Xactjry to its wearer incYiry way,
or the money wUl hn rWur.'! h1 l-y
the parson lrom wbom itTrae bow iit.
Thom!T(;vt p-onon-.cM br " leartirv (1 v-
mi lalarloaa 11 me e ".- " ; ,7.
U" I'BlCE,kr SialLPnrt Toldt
alt. Pmrrrla tt.5. Mf.dltln
IMmUiI (ctm heary) ti.OO. onJn. tl.CO
Krallh rmrnin 'Sae rautll J" a"
rwuU ky W-adia fciH leleea eT.rywarrc.
CUICIC-O COKtr CO.. Clilcutu, II L
Second und luUuid Mretti.
Te VitteDeer D pl ol tbu Ctalci"i. si L iun
Bd .er Orlract; I Hi,')'- tctlr!; Aa,i-,., :.,
Lool and PacUli", Iiou Moji,'. Ii kni ,s iM'jen,
kot'le ar.d Ohio; uair . tun Si. !,ouia
are all Jni-l arrufi the urtrt; wliUv itt tftH'tiabt.ai
LudiTiK f lnt 6nf i'.nnre dltanla
Tbia Uottd .la b'au-d t riearo, liu H. n.
Inmlry. Hydraulic feievtitiir, Kieitr'c t ill IV, ;
Autoiiiatic Kir-AUrma. iluthii. alixilnu iv puru t r
pertoctatfwerai'f aud tumpiete tppoiulaifi.
Superb fiiriiiftlni;; nrfffl rvtci:, kuii aa cr
P. PAKICKI? Af Of ..I.-...
PORT GflS WINE
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Spkeii's Pout GrE !
FOUR YE.VIiS Of.D.
TtltS CELEUItATKD N TIVU W1NB 1. male
from tbe Julcu of tli! U.Mirto lli.pg, ruin in
tble couufy. IU IntaluuSle liinln and ;n iii'ili.
nlDit propurtiea are uiii-ur.im'd tvv aij)' (,il,cr
hatWe Wlue. B-'Idk tbo pnre Julro of t liraiic
produced nmler Mr. Muiwr'a own pvramml hihtv:'
ion, lia purity and ebiiuIih tif h, are gimnmii'vil
Thi ouui'at child m y ,iartk ,if U in r.iii,
quallUca, and the WKako t Invalid wo II t it'lv.ir.
tain It la partic.ulnrlv lieiicilaul tu .bflairrd an-,
debilitated, and unti d lu the larinua nUmumiI- ti,.,i
ffect tba weaker eec. li ialiiuvurt rfnin! ,i
WINK TUbK KB1.IEIM-N. ' 1 K' A
Bpeer's.P. .1. SIicitv.
Tht P. J.KQEKttr taa wino of Supur'or CI at
cter and i arl.ikenif tbo rlebqiiaMiea ol tbo kr.iin
from whT.B It I madv I'or i'urltv, Uiclinurn, I'm
oi and Medicinal Propurtica. It will In lognd ud
Sneer's P. J. Brand v.
Thla BUANDV otandannrlTaled lu thla c'"'intrv
twin! far an orlor fur medicinal purpuaca. ' It ! a
poredlatllUllon Iru n tbe (rape, ana ron a'tn u.
alila mHrllrlnal tirnnMrtlj. I 1....
r'"!""..'. U 1l
or. altn'lartotbatof Ihn jrrapvp, from hlr.h It In
fllltllled. and la In ureal favir ainntiir ri.ri...
-J'l'J He,.,h- tih filr of AM'UKIJ
rio, i. j ia over tu cork-ol wm-b
Bold By PAUL. SC1IUII
AND BT DHrj(KMHTl KVrtnTVfl ':n K. '
I IMafflcar. tlml I wlllMlirl TIKI Inn -i I i. ! ,ii '
ir jrlihaTtl.t'AHi.H 'I'HItATiHk ,Y.i.
on tliii Uitftiuw, t
0l, Kipn aa and T. O, mimih.
Wli surCkM. u) tun aw y , M a.
CURES . ...
Rhcumalism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backaohe, Headache, Toothache, .
More Thriint. Mwrlllnta. Wprnlna, Urulaaat,
ItiullK, Mralal. t'ruat III Ira.
ilNP All. OIIIKIl HUUII.T PUMI II '''
olil br Urujlu uJ lMltr irTafrt. fid tu bowl.
blrviinu la II Unfa-. . ' . ,
TIIE HAI!IJH A. TOUKI.KR TO.
mn-r-i ' viAieunaou.) ium.r.tt.l.A-
THE DAUjY BULLETIN.
The Ar:bt Who Loft $5 Bill E-liinl
"V.'h.it do you "think lliat is? risked
SM'cial OllliVr Tnjfrart. ol th Vonn
.ylv:mi:t Kuilroail (Tompany.
' Ttie scribu raised his oyos ami saw
wlmt appcitri'il ti be a $5 bill pastod m
a blacklxmrd, and lump; over the door,
'Is there a story connected wirh it?"
queried the reporter in return.
Yes, but tfuess what it is."
The reporter Mipposed it to tie "the
best counterfeit ever made." "the
marked bill that pave the thief away,"
or "the bill found on the person of the
murderer." He pazed at it with un tin.
holy interest. "Did any newspapei
ma'u ever see it?" be finally remarked,
"Not one. . The fact is tbat it isn't
what you think it is isn't a bill nt all.
It's a painting. -- --
Tbe writer smothered his disappoint,
nient and examined it more closely. It
was a pood picture. The torn edges ol
the bill seeraed to stand out from the
wood: the delicate lines were accurately
traced: the head of the hero of New
Orleans was as perfect aa a photograph,
and tietitious traces of paste along the
edge, completed the illusion.
"You see, a young fellow came in
here one day and said he was a paintei
and hard up. I supposed, of course,
that he was a house painter, but found
to my surprise that lie wa an artist
He had never taken any lessons, nd
the two little pictures bo showed mt
wtro really remarkable. Ha left them
here and I showed tbem to ono or twe
of my friends, who know something
about pictures. You may imagine my
young painter's surprise when I told him
one of the pictures would bo exhibited
at li.e Aeauemv of Fino Arts. He sold
What was his style?"
"Still life. Why, bless you, once ht
painted a s; nToss one of his pia
tures. Kvcrybbdy wanted to brush it
away. He painted a pencil and pen
knife. People would try to dust the
shaving off with their handkerch'.efs."
Where is he now?"
"In Munich. I got a letter from
!::iu only the other day. He has eight
pictures in tbe Munich Exposition. HU
name is William Harnett." .
The Arkansas Judge, as a supporter of
the law, knows nothing but the uiscbargo
of his duty, or rather what he considers
his duty. He is never influenced, unless
the pre'--uro be great The other day a
negro, wiargfld with misdemeanor, wm
taken before a rural judge, who, after
bearing the testimony, said: "I shall
have to fine him to the full extent of my
iinancial jurisdiction. I shall make an
example of him and send him to jail."
"Jedjri;, I uster work at jer house,
didn't l?" - ; ,
"Yes, but you needn't attempt any
sympathy game on me."
"I ain't er gwine ter ax f ur n sympa
thy as yer calls it, an' yer needn't skeer
yerse'f. Yerso'f is a big'man in de church
an' is hil' up as do zample ob a good
husband, but I uster work at your house,
an' cf yer plasters one ob dem fines on
me, I il proclamato some mighty dis
agreeable news in dis neighbornood.
Jes go ahead, sah, an' send mo ter jail,
but on do road dar, ef I doan 'mulgate
some 'telligenco' 'bout yerso'f, sail
sutliin w'bat 1 dlskivered while- 1 wu
workin' at yer house dat'U make de
foiks stan' aroun' an' ax fee rao'."
"(Jet out of this courtroom," domand
d the judge; fund If' I catch you here
a L'a in, it won't bo good for yon. Mr.
Oilleer, lot the scoundrel proceed."
"Has ho puid bis line, your honor?"
"Paid nothing. Ho was never known
to pay anything." 1
"What was iht facks dat yer had on
de jcilgo?" asked an acquaintance when
the 'pi isontir'' left the room.
"Nothiu'. Poan know a thing agin
do man, but lemma tell yer, you can try
dat game on any ob 'em wid success.''
At an Enli-ili wedding in high life
the bride was given away by her mother
ami Iht father performed the marriairo
Twenty.Four' HourH to Live.
From Julm Kuhn, Lafayette, Ind., who
aciMMitices that ho is now in 'perfect
health," wo have the following: ','Onu
yeur ago I was to all appearance in . the
laxt stHgi-s of Consumption. Our best
I'hyselniiH gave uiy daso up. I tlnslly got
so low tlmt our doctor s dd I could not livo
twenty. iour i,urs, My friends then pur-
IniMi'l a hottl of nn.WM. HALL'S BAL
SAM FOR THE LUNGS, which consider
ibly benefltM ; rao. I conilnued until I
took nine bottles, I Rin now in perfect
heulih, having uiud no other medicioo."'
im. EkWITT C. Kfc'LLINGER'S LINI,
MI'.M'is nn infalliblu cure for Rheuma
"in, Spr litis, Lameness nnd Diseases of Iho
t'l-aip, und ior prumoting the growth of the
, .Ed.7'i i Carbolic Trouchcs cure cold and
Mokdat Evknino, April 80, 1883.
Tho weather li chilly and rather un
pleasant ss contrasted with the unusually
warm days of last week.
'. The market continues dull In Usdlug
articles but Talues nra held firm at tbe
quotations early in the month.
FLOUR Dull but steady and firm as to
prices, stocks are generally ample for the
trade. Fancy alone is in light supply.
HA.Y-Very dull. Ool choice finds
leat all. Stocks are large' for 'the'die1
CORN Small demand and fair stocks.
Prices hold firm.
QA.TS We note a fair supply and steady
MEAL A better feeltnR prevails nod
prices area shade higher.
BRAN Easy and unchanged. ;
BUTTER Choice continues in steaiy
demand at full prices; common is dull.
EGGS Steady and firm , at quotations
Receipts find ready sale.
POULTRY Scarce and in active re
quest at fancy prices.
APPLES The rasrket is bare of all
POTATOES Over-stocked and dead
Salos and Quotation.
NOTE. Tbe prices bere given are for aalea from
arat bands In round lota. As advance to
charged for broken lotain ttJltus order.
101 bhla choice
I coas PO
145 hbla lancy..
1(10 bbi rbo ce ,
125 bbla patent.
Seaia crime Timothy
4 c art gilt edge email bale
1 caritalned Timotbj..
S cart mixer In balk
t care mixed
4 cerecho'.ce In balk ,
4 cart in balk........
Mo. t Red, per be ...
No. I Medtteranean.
410 bblaCttf la lota.
, S tl&i 5
1 car In fecks.
VXi ponoda Northern .-
yi pound Northern Dairy pkd .
OilO pounde Southern Illinois
300 pounda medium packed
S00 doien.... .,
S coopa allied
. 4 &4 tO
lObble coram on
SO bbla Khrtnlab May..
til bbla Wlnaapa .
15 bbla fancy wlneeap ......
10 bl, a choice Oenatlaa
Slack packed frail
1 Orvjl 50
4 50 J5 l
, S 75
Choice yellow ...
Northern Peach Blown per bneb ,.....IO
Boutbern Ilia. Peach Blows per huib WlUi
Per barrel 1 "3. (0
H. C. llama
, . . . I.HN.HHM
..... M. ..... a.M.M.M
............ a. , . .
. I Vi
Ivi buabel burlapa..
I buabel ' ..
wiaaiHiiMMiii stiit. iHintiiM.
Choice navy ....
Choice) medium ,
Calf, preen.. ,
my runt choice
la B I a
leeaaaS , a t
iff J Dt,Mi ),,!
lealMta MiNirn MM( aiaaa.. - .
Nhftnn t'lta A mm
I T4.it! M
Sedltim Leaf.. ' i ' A 2 ??
ratks ok miium.
. I Aft '
, dr .
I...... 1 WU
WM,. ,, nt.ti
The general statement that malaria If
most abundantly generated in marshes
fresh or salt water-rand in low, damp
grounds, is not invalidated by tho fact
that it may also prevail in mountainous
regions and in places,, where, the soil is
superficially dry. A' looso siirfaco soil,
overlying an Impervious stratum of clay '
or rock, permits the air to penetrate to
this stratum, whero tho water which nc
'' cumulate after a rain may bo retained
in depressions, and we have thus all tht
conditions necessary for decomposition
of tho vegetable matter which may bt
present lu the soil, and for tho evolution
of malaria. Qeorgt M. Sternberg. ,' ,
' One voice all over the land goes up from
mothers, that says, "My daughters are so
feeble and sad, with no strength, all cut of
breath and life at the least exertion. What
can wo do for themi" The anawer is sim
ple and full of hope. One to' four weeks'
use of Hop Bitters will nisko tbera healthy,
rosy, sprightly, and cheerful.
Snitch's Vitalizer s what you need tor Con
stipation, Loss of Appetite, Dizziness and
all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10 and
75 cents per bottle. Paul G. Schuh,
To all wko are BufTerincr from the errors
snd indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
nees, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will cce you, fuke
of crtAHGK. This creat remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
send a sell-addressed envelope to tbe Kev
Joseph T. Inman, Station D., New Yo.-k
The glory of a man is his strength. If
you are weakened down through excessive
study or by early indiscretions, Allen's
Drain Food will permanently ' restore all
lost vigor, and strengthen all the muscles
of Br tin and Body. $1 pkg, 6 tor $5
Wills, Metham & Co., Altamont, 111.,
says: "We nave never sold a liottlo of
Brown s Iron Bitters ttiat has not given per
The celebrated Vegetable Compound for
females, which, within a few years, bus
made the name of Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkhvun
known in every part of th civilized
world, relieves suffering by the fare and
sure method of equalizing the vital forces
and thus regulatini; the organic functions
It is only by such a method that disease is
ever arrested and removed.
Who is the Prettiest Girl in America?
Is a question tbat would perplex a con
gress of connoisseurs assembled to nominate
the most beautiful. But such an assem
blage would not be surprised to lesro, tht
the most charming of their sex, on this side
of the Atlantic, enhance the beauty and
preserve the soundness of their teeth with
fcOZODONT, since everybody knows, that
the ladies prefer it to any and alf dentifri
ces. Let no man say alter this, that women
Worthy of Praise.
As a tule we do not recommend Patent
Medicines, but when we know of one thit
really is s, public benefactor, and docs
positively cure, then we consider it our
duty to impart that information to all
Electric Bitters are truly a most valuable
meuieine, and will surely cure Biliousness,
Fever and Ague, Stomach, Liver and Kid
ney complaints, even when all other rem
edits fail. We know whereof we speik,
and can freely recommend thera to all.
hxeh. bold at fifty cents a bottle by Harry
W. .,H:tiun. (R)
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your reel by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth? If so,
sen ! at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
aiarriioea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is piesssnt to tne taste, ana is the prescnp
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses In tbs Unitod States,
sad is for tale by all druggists throughout
mo woria. 1 rnce 23 cents a bottle.
Work Given Out. On roceipt of vour
address we will -'make an offer bv which
you can earn $8 to $7 evenings, at your
home. Men, Women, Boys or Girls can do
tt. II. o. Wilkinson & Co., 105 and 197
Fulton Street, New York. '
"EE a woman in another column near
Specr's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Specr's Port Grape wine is made,
that it so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for the use of invalids, weakly
persons ana the aged. Sold by druggist
To The West.
There aro a number ot routes loading to
the above-mentioned suction, but the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louis and
oyer tho Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St, Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
ucest maxe are attacnoa to an trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
tor Kansas, uoioraao, new Mexico and Cal
iprnW "onnoct with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection ia made with
nmriiaa train for ffanaaa and Nnlirulo
I I -w 1 w ... l.-l. r.
a am. i i. - .i ? i , . , . .
At umaiia, connection is maao will) tne
Overland train for California. '
. .This line offers topartios enroute .to the
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through tho finest nor
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. 8end for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &c , of this
lino, which will be mailed free. .... .
C. B. Kiknan. F. Chandler,
Ass't Oen't Pass. Agent. Gen'l Pass Agent,
1 Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis
Immodiately relieved by Bhllob's cure
PaulG.Bchuh, agent. 1 (8)
Dk. Klisk's Great Nirvi RtwroRtB Is
the marvel of the airs for all nerve diseases,
All tlU stopped free. Bend to Ml Aroh
street. Philadelnla. Pa.
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Pi . n
Nashville, Pdducalut Cairo U. S- Mail
AV. II. CIIJillRY,
IAI , V 111 IJT
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Leuvcetbls port every Wednesday at 4 p. m. for
Tbo One paitunger and frelnUt iteamer
I.natMi H.'" Lonla for Cairo onee ea li M i i.k n
p, in. Lravi'B Ca'rofoSt. Lou'.a. an ! ieny In id
iwife once uncll ek H a, to,
kIi ville, Pailucah & Cairo Ha ket
The nloKunt anQ palatial etonmer
13. S. EHEA,
J. B.'TYNKT?' Maatnr
BILLY 1UTSTOS Clork
Leaves Cairo ovary Monday at 4 p. m. for Nash
ville.' 1 ''
-Manofaclurar uud Doalur In
6th ntri'o(,'riotweim Corn'l Ave. ud Liweo.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
. ALL KINDS 0V AMrjNITtO.
Hafei Ha jail od.. All Rlnda ol Khvi Mado.
1'' WA, 4:l.tl,
mm? i 1
That mnarl men svi'rmts luiO to SH 0.1 per day pro
Bl, null n the "Poeknt Manual, " 'llienmni m.rvcl.
tuna Hltli) volume ever iecd. Naeovd, ptuliirHi"!
and purcbaaed by all cl'taaea; nnthinu In thn bonU
lliiuqvnrefliial to It. Will prnvn It or forfeit 'i .
Complete sample ami ontltt h c , or lull parti
culera fnratamp. Dun'ta nrt out aiialn n til 1 1 oil
lenrn what Is'lld of tlil bnult and what ntlirre
aie dolns.f W. U. TlWMI'HOS, rubltiM, 0I
Areh Htreet. Philadelphia. 1'n, nj.rw :1m
STOPPED FREE "
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iKJOTIOIf. Ii poelttve otirefnrell Dlecharirai,
ttna-ini, Sinartlnt and Pninftil eeuaatluua of thn
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SI OQtiei'Dottle, For aula by all dni
4 elate j or sent br Kx nrma on t
Celptor urlea, JOHN bjPAHKA SONS.
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