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The Daily Bulletin,
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INVAKIAHI.T IN ADVANCli.
All Commnulcatioiis should he addressed to
K. A lU'KSB IT,
rtihlisher and Proprietor.
What a "Whoip'T-Up" In.
A Xw York h tier say: A man who
hti.i for many e;trs U'i'ii tiotiirimis iu
tho nii'tropniis us a koper of low-down
pnbl io resorts, has now opt'tunl :i varie
ty show of a sort which restores to t ho
Bowery an institution which, I supposed,
hud niovt'd uliiiimtcl westwanl, with
the retreating lino Iwtween civilization
and savagery. There is nothing novel
about the performance, which consists
of the poorest and coarsest singhi"; and
danoinjr; nor ahout tlie drinkiii?;, which
is done at a hundred tallies scattered
through the auditorium; nor about tho
assemblage, which is of the most bra
fenly depraved that can be imagined.
A decidedly unique feaiure, however, is
tho presence of tlie proprietor. He sits
on a small platform, in a liirh chair,
not palpably ashamed of his position,
and in a loud voice directs the. enter
tainment. He is a biff, fat man. with a
hairless head, and possibly regards him
uolf as an interesting exhibit. The place
was crowded at tlie time of my visit,
and I took a seat in a corner from
which I could look quietly. Close by
sat three youu,r women, a little better
dressed than the rest of their sex among
the throng, and more nearly sober. A
man joined them. His conversation
quickly disclosed that he was the amuse
ment director of the house. Ho en
S!ffd one of tlie women as a dancer
for tlie ensuing week, and another as a
H"re is Addie left," and the singer
turned to tho third woman of the party;
"can't ymi srive her a date?"
"Srrv." and the man emphasized
his regret witu a violent oath, "but we
haven't anything for her to do on tho
Btae. We can give her a week as a
I was delighted when the woman
asked h.ra what wri a whooper-up be
oeuse I was verv curious to fin i out.
"Thai's one,'' and he pointed out a
girl whom tho nullities of a r'd Jersey
wa:3t seemed to unduly restrict, so great
and demonstrative was her ;iberanee.
Sfre drank constantly, si c, Hed con
vulsively at a'.l the winiv'.sins uttered
within hearing; she laughed loud and
long at tlie staje f'..:n. and iie joined
with shrill hilarity in the choruses of
thn soncs. Altogether she seined the
maddest, merriest creature in the gv.h
erinj:. Sho's a whooper-up," the man ex
plained. "It's her husinos to keep the
jollity goin;. She leaves us Saturday
night. Addie can have her .lace."
Addie accepted the otVer. Sle said it
would be fun anyhow.
In a Bnstaes3 Way,
"Mr. Smith, will vou endorse mv nolo
"Whv. I should expert to have to nay
it if I did."
"Certainly, certainly." j
"And so 1 illicit as well lend you the
"Exactly, you are quite correct."
"And I shouldn't expect you ever to
"Of eour-o not; of etnirse not."
"Then why don't vou direct me to
givo ull .Jo?" I
"Ieeau-e, sir, l iio business in a bus
iness way. I never burrow money of a
man who will indorse fur nie, and I
mako all calculation on the iudorer
paying the note. It's the same thing in
the end, but we arrhe at it in a
business way. 1 believe in unk'tr.' the
horse draw the cart, You ean'i g:vn
rue i?'J0. fir, but if you will have the
kindness to indorse a note for that
amount. 1 will see that you are s-.'o out
of pocket." - -lic'.ruil t'rW I'rm.
Tho question has often been nsked,
"Why horses wear blinkers. " We can
not answer the tjiiestioii. It seems to
us that they are useless, iily, and, to
somo extent, in i n :iu is to the eyesight.
Tho most beautiful featu.-e of tint horse
Is it.s ee. Jf it were not "md from our
gaze," it would serve to denote sick
ness, pain, or pleasure, Many :i time
would a driver spare the whip on see
ing the animal's imploring eve. The
argument in favor of blinker is, we be
lio vei timt horses are ufi-uhl uf pas-dug
carriage. '1" 1 1 i m objection, if valid, is
of little weight, a such timidity would
soon be overcome. We trust, now tho
cruel bearing rein has been east aside,
that blinkers will al-o be abandoned
a course which would, we feel assured,
bo attended with advantage to both
man and horse. l.an.-d.
Somo of the lirighle.-t, most piquant
faces we ever beheld were crowned with
trockles. One brilliant young lady,
whom we knew in our youth, mid who
was a leading Indie in an Eastern eitv
for many seasons, iim d to declare
her freckle were a valuable adjunct ,
her personal nppearatci', andtnai with
out them she Mould Im Icreft of half her
power lo c.liai in. Ti "re tire siots on
the sun; why should tie tv uot bo spots
OB tho (laughters:'
Two little girls, twins, got separated
while playing and one of them began
looking for the nther. Si.e went to iter
grandinother'slo'.ool;, and ' ,i approach
ing a window which tvileet.'d i r own
likeness did not recognise herself, hut
4xcltiiind with deli.'l.t. "Why, 'M,
didn't know y, wi; r,i-r i.'i-ii.-!" 'JLo
grand unit her," who wilnessscj tin' nc
flent, brol.eout iu ti hearty laugu, wlien
tho little girl discovered her mistake.
Monday Evening, Sept. 10, 1883,
The wettier in clear, cool and dry, Tho
temperature it nearly down to froBt, but as
yet there hag been none in this section.
The market shows signs of looking up
owing to tho improvement in other markets!
but these signs at this season are hardly to
be depended on.
FLOUR We have no changes to note!
Indications are such as to give sellers a
hopeful fooling that the near future hs
something better in store for them than tho
last few weeks have developed. Stocks
aro largo and sales limited.
HAY Stocks aro largo and warehouses
filling up. Liberal receipts and demand
confined to strictly choice. Common will
CORN There is no demand. Prices
quoted are nominal and offerings not taken.
OAT8 The market is moderately brisk
and receipts liberal. Trices aro firm and
just s sludo higher.
MEAL Dull and unchanged.
BRAN Easy at quotations.
BUTTER Steady and firm. Choice is
in fair demand. Very little "gilt edge"
stock reaches this market at present. Com
mon is dull.
EGGS Scarce and in activo request at
CHICKENS Choico young aro in good
demand at fair prices.
Sales and Quotations.
NOTE. Th price nera jfiTeo are ror alc from
Brut hand In round lota. Ad advance lr
chamed for broken lntaiu fllllmrorder.
'ion hhla varlona grades..
ION htU choice
loo bills patent -
.,1 oOifts on
10 car pllt edue.
4 cars cbilco...
SI i 0
l i 50
2 cam gilt edi;e..
1 car tntied in hulk
1 car mixed In bulk..
S can mixed In hnlk. ...
2 ram choice , is hnlk ...
can Debt in hulk
4 cart In tack
No. 2 Ki'd. tn-r hn....
No. 'i Medlteranean.
2o hVa Cltv on orders,
ioo bbla City
. U 3r32 40
v pound choice Northern
NT' pound choice Northern dairy.
SOOpoucdi Southern 111b, freib...
4 coofa bena.- . . 3 00
8conynnrg chlckeni -1 75112
8 coops choice young chlckena 1 0itt 50
rer bbl, cboic 2 onj-j m
Ctiolco yellow 2 0ji
Pntatoea per kuah 3Vft3i
Potatnva pr bbl 1 .V
Per Crate 4 0'ffi5 CO
800 pdi. country.
B. C. lUiiia....
8 ALT MEATS.
5 bushel "
Fear he, halved and iioartur JCV
Choice uay j
Choice medium m
Cliolcu, Kastory In
'ream ,1M ,
' , fit
Ury Kltnt choice "'
'irwin Halt ""
Hlmep Feln.dry -...."".
Hhiiep Filia, green
Damaged Hide M
CAIRO BULLETIN: 'I U
I'oiiniiiin Liik $'2 '"' "
(looit iai 4 f)"it A "
on Laf , 4 7;t "
Medium Leaf , ft ftt 7 'C
OorLeaf. T MKft 'C
K AT KS OK FKUIUUT.
drain liar Klnnr I " r la.
Vrwt. Vrwt. Vlihl. MI'
Me-phli 1.S 5 ,V.
wOrlcHii ,. I7' 'UVi s Is"
Helena, Ark 172 iir. ;I5 fn
Klineaton, Mia 'tif 27 4 45 7V
Vlckaburr, Printena Uun, 'i'ic per cut., and
5c. per bbl. tilghi-r.
All otlKrwa.' totnt below Mompbl to Now Or
li'ans, name ratca a to KUneatou,
Cure that Cold.
Do not aiider your lime to become diaeasrdby
allowing a cold to continue without an ctfori to
(Mire It. I bousaiula bavu ill oil piiunature diailm.
the victims of (.'oiisumullou, by (imply ntliH'tlni!
a l old
Dr. WM. HALL'S lit 1.8 AM for ihe LUNGS will
cure1 co iIh, concha anil consumption sn er nd
quicker UiAii Hiiy oilier remedy. It arts a'nuxl
like magic in iiiiiuy cum-, and In others, l,a cllVc.
though xlow, Is sure if ceslrea In according to di
Henry's Carbolic Salve
1 the best salve for cuts, hrulao, sores; ulcer,
salt rheum, tet'er, chapped hands, chllliams. enrna
and all kinds of uin cm; lions, freckles ami pun
plea -el Henry's Ciirlinllo Salve, as III others
are counterfeit, l'rico '25 ceuta.
Dr. Mott's Liver Pills.
These pills hnt) never been advertised verv
much, bill they reive Just as much Intrinsic merit
a though they were patfed to the kle by :n !
criminate advertising. 1 ry them aud he convinced.
Young nu n, middle aged nit d and Ml
men whosulTer from early indi?cretieus
will tind Allen's Brain Food tlie most
powerful invigoraut ever introduced; once
restored by it there is no relapse. Try it;
it never fitils. $1 ; 0 for At d'tiggiats.
Prevent sickness by taking iux i.'iotiftlly
one of Kmory's Little Cathartic Pills, a
wonderful appetizer, an absolut? cure of
Biliousness. 15 cents. (4i
Pl'uk Con LivekOii. made from selected
livers, on the sea-shore, by Caswell, Hazard
k Co, New York. It is absolu ely pure
anil sweet. Patients who have oree taken
it prefer it to all others. Physic. at.s have
decided it superior to any of the ether oils
L'u.utki) Hands, Fack, immpi.-.i, and
rough skin, cured by using Jim per Tar
Soup, made by Caswell, Ils.arl & Co.
New York. 0)
Mknsmas's Pkptoxized Bei'.k Tosic, ttie
ouly jirepartion of beef containing ;ts entire
nutritious properties. It contain blond-m-tking,
force generating and life sustain
ing properties; invaluable for Indigestion,
Dyspepsis, nervous prostration, md all
forms of general debility ; also, in all en
feebled conditions, whether the result of
exhaustion, nervous prostration, overwork,
or acute disease, particular' if resulting
from pulmonary complaints. Caswell,
Hazard, it Co., Proprietors, New York.
Sold by Druggists. (3)
Foh DvsDensia. inilii'cstinn. Oi'nroesion
of Spirits and General Debility, in their
various lorms; also as a preventive against
Fever and Ague, and other Intermittent
Fevers. the "Ferro-Pbosnnrftteit Elixir nf
Calisnya," made by Caswell, Hazard & Cc,
X l . .11 l .. .11 rv .
-xtw i ors, anu sum oy an iruggisis, is tne
bust tonic; and for patients recovering from
fever or other sickness, it has no equal. (1)
M-.k a woman in anotner column near
Speer's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which S peer's Port drape wine is made,
that is so highly esteemed by the medic!
profession, for the use of invalids, weakly
persons nttd the aged. Sold by druggists.
To a!i who are suHering from the errors
md indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
cess, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will crre vou, kkee
ok ciiAiioK. This great remedy was
discovered ty a minister in South America,
.-end a sell-addressed envelope to tho Iier.
Joseph T. Inmas. Station I)., New York
Speer's Port Grape Wine for Parties
Physicians employe, S peer 'a Port Grape
Wine in their practice iu all cases where a
pure wine is called for, and do all in their
power to luster and encourage its produc
tion. It is coming into great favor among
the most wealthy in New York city a a
family evening wine for entertainments.
Forfait by Paul G. Schuh.
Wouk Given Out. On receipt of vour
address we will make an offer by which
yi:u can earn $3 to if 7 evenings, at your
home. Men, Women, Boys or Girls can do
it. II. 0. Wilkinson & Co., 195 and 107
f niton Street, New iork.
Advice to Mothers.
Ale loll itistnrln.tl kl nil, lit unrl lirnLi.ri
- - - J - - V IU II I 11 I 1... V. 'Jl - '..
ol your rest by a sick child sulleriug and
crying with pain fJf cutting teeth? If so,
e no at mice ami get a liottlo ot Mrs. VMlis
low's Southing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. It 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 aud
(lill! I llO'll. nunlutes tin. Btnmoi.h unit hull'.
------ -. ... .... n.vtij uv, . "
els, cures wind colic softens tho L'Uiiis, re-
.1 : .. il - e , . r i
uuees iiiiiamuiaiion, ana gives tone ni
energy to uu wtiuie s)stem. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
To The West.
There ate a number ol routes leadinir to
the above-mentioned section, but the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louis and
over the Missouri Pacilic Railway, Two
trains daily are run from tho Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping C'liro of tho very
tirest make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
f ri, ronrojet with express trains of till
At Atchison, connection is made with
estprei-s trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This line oilers to parties enruuo to tho
West and Northwest, tint only fast time
and superior Kcconiodutious, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through tho finest por
tion uf Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &c, ol thin
biktwhith will bo mailed free.
Crft; K inn an, F. Chandler,
iwnUon'l PascAlZfUt. Gctl'l I'asa Aoent.
KSDA V MOliNlNO, SEPTEMBER II, 1883.
riMIF. CITY NATIONAL BANK.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Banking HusIiichh
'I'll OS W. ILALhlDAV
jNTKHPHiSH SAVING BANK,
KXCM'SIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TIIOS. W.lIAl.blDAV ,
POUT GRAPE WINE
SrKEu's Port Gpape Wine !
FOL K YEAKS OLD.
'PHIS CELKIUIATI'Il NATIVK WINE Is male
from the Juice of the ilporio Uiape, raised In
this country. Its invaluable tonic and irenj'h
eniun tiropertie, are iiiiturpassi'd bv any oilier
Native Wine. Heliu' ilie pnre Julrc of tre (ira c,
produced under .Mr. speer own personal superb
emu, its purity and eeiiuini ness, are cuaramecd
Thi youuest child in . y partake of Its Kenerona
qualities, and the wrafcr-t Invalid use It to advsu
taije It is particul arlv benenclal to ibe aped and
debilitated, and mined to the anous ailments that
affect thn weaker sex. It i In every respect A
WINE TO BK KEI.lEp ON.
Speer's V. J. Slierrv.
The P. J. SIIKKHV is a wine of Superior t'hiir
acter aud iianukes of the rich qualities of the k. rape
from wh'cn It is made For Purity. Htchness, K.a
voi and Medicinal I'rupertio. it will be fooud un
Speer's P. ,T. Brandy.
This lilt ANDY stand unrivaled In this Country
beini: far superior lor medicinal purpose. It Is a
purvdistUlatlJii Irorn the Rratie. and con'aln vn.
oable medicinal properties. It has a delicate fa
vor. Htmlarto thatol ihe erapes, from which It is
distilled, and i In creat inv.ir among Urt-c!a
families. See thut tbe signature of ALFRED
SPKKlt, l'a'ralc, . ,)., over the cork ot eai-h
Sold Hv PAUL SC1IUII
AND BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHKKfc.
Jll ICAL AID Mil 1KTY,
JJUREKA! EUREKA! !
SUBSTITUTE FU LIFK INSUIi
ANC'E CUM FAMES.
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized Julv 1 Hh, li',77, 1 n !cr the Law o
the Vate of Illinois. Copyrighted ,Tul
1877, l iider Act ol'('one;r(as.
IAS. S. MniAIIEY..
.1 H. Hi DUN. SON
.1 . A OOLoSTINE..
W. II . X A HE AN I
.1. S. Pl-.THIE ( "
ED. 11. WHITE
K X KC U 1' 1 V ! CX J M M I TT K K.
Wm F. PITCH I'll.
W C JUCEl.YN.
L. S THOMAS,
HOARD Ol-' MANAOKK8:
J. A. CioldiOirie, of Goldstlrm & Hosenwater. whole.
sale anil retnl (irv yond.ele.; Jas. H. .MiKiahey,
liiml)r dealer; Wm. K. Pitcher, neueral uirent;
Albert Lewi, dealer in tluiir and grain; L. 8.
Thomas, bricklayer; Mon-si Pbllllp, contractor
Hi.d builder; II. A tin mliley, KPH-er: Thos.
Lewis, seiretiirv and attorney-at-law; A'. H.
.Mareaii, II iiuo.-putliic physician: II Sa der, of
SaLderA Son. izroc-rs; It, II . Ilalrd, stret" super
visor; Ed H White, ass'l sec. W.4 O. M. A. So
ciety; . I. W. Spier, lumber and saw-mill; K. L.
(ernlKon, barber: K. II. Dietrleli, clerk V., St. L.
.VI'.H.It.; M. Koliler. merchimt tailor: Jeff M.
f'lurk. dealer in wall-paper and window shades; J.
K English, coiitracuir and builder; WiHT. Red
burn, of More A Kedbum, cltrur manufacturer;
. 'inrent. dealer In Mme and cement; I. A.
l'helps, photographer; W. ('. Joeelyn, dentist; S
11 . Taher. mli;. Jeweler; J. H. Rolilnson, .1. I. and
notary public; J. S. I'etrir, ihvii:iau ; 11. V.
Hostwlrk, insiininee auenf. K. E. Jarhoe. foreman
Kt. Ua main, and E E. Walbride, lumber and
saw-mill, of Cairo; II, Le.liiliton, cusbitr Nat.
Hank. Stuart. Iowa; Uuv. F. A. SVilkersou. Prvors
buri, Ky.; J.W. Tarry, ptivntcian. Fulton, Ky.
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
;n- llm-.iin' fiHlvnnlcHh!el
hud urn ntliMr Ki.etro OnU
i.nit- nnd Miikimtlo AliplW
iinri-siind (fiuniAnls r a
Hy I iithIisIs, KhHiimiitlua
I pllem,KihHiistioD, Jjom
nl itul Kmirsy. Overwork.
ml llniln, Wimk liw-k, Kid
nn, l.ivnr, und Hlomach
I'nmpliiInU, nod nreadapU
eil Hi I.ITIIKK hr.X. Tlimw
vnry liilKst Iro.
pinvrid, and no.
from hells unit all
thrn, k llisr
Juoids, i-iiunlnii oo
wirs, niir Irrlta
1 1 loo nt fill, skla
lean be worn al
work na wll m
rust iinly nntlre
iiIiIm to w,mrnr.
lo mwit MiKdlltnr
not muxes til nil
Is of UuhiII. Th . mi for MEN ONLY at noes rnsrb
tlin smtt nt disunite, lis llii-y net dlMH'i llH)a Nnrvoill,
Miiscoliir, anil (IsnnriillTa Oritur. siiiKHllhr restnrlrjg
Ills vluilllr-wliloli It KlxotrU-ltj'-driiitifd from (hssj,
lin br slews or Indlsi-rotli.tis. they thus In a niitiinl
way OTsrcomn tlis wenkness without drnufdnff the stum
ih-'Ii. Tllny will cure vry r,is sliml nf stmelnriil rtw
imnsriitlnrj, and r iniim to furnish lha mmrt
eiiilibnlln ii ml iiImiiIiiIh jnml In siii.nrt our ctalina,
illiistrntod Pamiihlut Frct.iir sent si.nlsd for So pontiwn,
ouulUtiCB I AMERICAN OALVANIOOO,
rrn hrttod 1 3 1 2 N. 6th St.. St. Uouls.M"r
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