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TJio Daily ltolletiii.
OFFICE: NO. 711 OHIO LKVKK.
OFFICIAL PAPKK UP ALBX ANDEH COUNTY.
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VKANBMJSMON TIlIlllUOU TOB MAILS AT
8KCOND CLASH HATES.
Whre to Go Tor Wild Ducks.
A young man from Louisville i
wiM on the question of ducks sit Oeono
woc. Wis., tin? other day. He? had boon
out riding with a big girl from Michi
gan, and when lie reached the hotel at
night he said: "The woods are full of
ducks." Old heads Mitiled incredulous
ly and young men laughed dorisively.
" "It aVt time fur du.:ks," someone
"It ain't, oh? Well. I saw moro'n a
million of them to-day up in the
The conversation was continued for
some time, the upshot being that the
youth who had seeu the ducks finally
converted a Chicago man, and the two
made preparations to go after them in
Long before daylight the pair were
up, and just as the gray began to ap
pear in the east they rolled out of town
in a spring wagon.
Arriving at the swamp thev took a
boat aud paddled about for some time,
leaving their driver, a product of this
stonv soil, to look out for the horses am
. the lunch. The driver, a gentleman
who knows ducks when he sees tuem.
tells the rest of the story.
"The bovs got separated after
awhile," ho says, "the Louisvilfcj chap
keeping the boat ami swearing that he
would uncover the birds, and the Chi
cago man wailing around with rubber
boots on, cussin' his luck, and saying
he knew there wa'n't no ducks all the
time. Pretty soon we heard a dreadful
fusilade over where Louisville was sup
posed to be. It sounded" like the roll of
musketry in battle, and you would have
been willing to bet that no one man
with a single breech-loadercould make
such a racket. Well, we crept along
as carefully as wo could until we came
to a little opening where wo eould see
Mr. Louisville. lie was standing in the
water and mud waist deep, and was
laying about him right and left with
his gun. The slaughter was territic.
When bo spied us he looked kinder
wild-eved, aud made a motion to us to
keep Jown, as if we would skeer the
game. He had the boat half sunk with
dead game, and birds were lying araund
in the water everywhere." Wo saw
rig'.it away that the fellow was having
too much fun, and I called to him to let
up until we could get there. As we
approached ho says; 'Come e-e-easy,
boys, or you'll skeerthe ducks.' 'Ducks'!'
I -ays; 'you condeiumed lunatic, them
ain't ducks; thorn's mud hens!' Well,
his jaw fell a couple of inches right
away, but he lias a kind of ait idea to
this day that they were ducks, after all.
There's this about it -that fellow had
the best hunting for an hour or two any
body will get in Wisconsin this fall
He had killod moron sixty mud hens,
and if we'd let liiru alone bed have sunk
the boat" Cor. Chicago Times.
Let the Young Folk-j Marry.
The pretty story that is going the
rounds from Washington of the way
vouug Mr. Ma.'ruder Hugh and young
Miss Minnie O'Dowd outwitted the
cider Mr. Hugh and the elder O'Dowd,
got their nuptial knot all tied in secret,
and came back for their parents' bless
ing, is full of suggestions for times like
these, says the Philadelphia Timet. Of
course younir people have done that be
fore, and will do it again. The surest
way to hasten young lovers into mat
rimony is to oppose their designs. Often
enough lovers'tire of each other, or find
out Mint they are not as absolutely de
pendent on each other as they thought
if left to themselves. But try to chain
up a child, and away he willgo; and es
pecially she. In this instance they both
went. And is it not . something to en
courage rather than discourager That
is, ouht not parents to encourage earlv
love marriages rather than discourage
them, as they often do? The tendency
of modern society is away from early
marriages, especially love marriages.
The merest children "are talking of mar
rying for money later on. Thoughtful
people have no doubt as to the sort of
social life this will produce eventually.
and how utterly it wid vitiato all the
little sacrednesses of duty and self-sacrifice
that are called up in every wedded
life. The truth is that true'affection
involving the sense of duty is the only-
force that will stand by human beings in
the relations involve"! in every useful
existence. Voting people will fall in
love, iiie desires ot nature are not
subject to parental control. Of course.
they can be educated, but to far less
extent than philosophers dream. They
will assert themselves, and it seems that
parent. would bo far better employed
watching any genuine affections that
arise and in encouraging the same
toward actual early marriage, aiding I
the young folks liiiane'iully and every
way, rather than in checking only the
bent of their impulses. U is possible,
too. that voting folks whose parents are
poor would often do better were they to
ruarry young, and by mutual tidelilv
help each other, than in sowing wild
oats for future harvests of crime. It is
an appeaj to parents for a more sensi
ble and generous polity toward their
children, and an appeal to the youn"
for a return to the heroism of sound"
A Negro Changing Color.
A very intelligent and well-dressed
colored man created a sensation on the
street recently. He hails from Logan
couuty, where lie lias been residing"tor
twenty years. His parents were "both
fullbloodod Africans, and he himself
was oneo us black as a t row, as ho
pressed himself to us. Hut now he has
a beautiful white epidermis all over his
body, extiopt his face, which has a mot
tied appearance, being yet full of the
small nltick spots surrounded by a white
skin. Thit diBooloratiouor shedding of
the black skin has been going on for
many years, and beforo long tho man
expects to be as white as any Caucas
Ian. His hair, however, remains full
African. He turned up the sleeves of
his shirt and showed us as delicately
white an arm, with the blue veins tin
dernoath, as any Caucasian can show.
fort timilh Acw Era.
Topographioal TJsn of The Balloon.
Tho recent balloon trip of Crospingy
and Simmons across tho English chan
nel has (riven occasion for the latter to
send to the Pall Mall Gazette some facts
of tho voyaro, with a sujriestion of the
usefulness of tho balloon in making to
pographical surveys. In his account
Mr. Simmons says that "not only the
land lay below us like a map, but tho
bottom of the sea is clearly soon in
every direction. Every channel and
shoal is easily narced, and forms
fibrous network. By the .aid of instan
taneous photographs there would bo no
limit to the increase of our knowledge
tf tho sea through balloons, as charts
of greater exactness than any yet exist
ing could be made of the bottom of the
sea, at least of shoals shallow enough
to offer danger to sailing crafts."
Thcusday evkmno, Skit. 27, 1883.
We had hoped to record by this time.
eood old fashioned soaking ram, but must
postpone it. The weather grows wanner,
vegetation dryer and the dust deeper with
every day that passes.
Tho market is without change, dull and
lifeless in most brsnches.
FLOUR Quiet and du . tut steady as
to nrices. Yerv little movement and edits
are confined to better grades.
HAY Eleven dollars is outside figures
for the best. Receipts are large and the
CORN XotbiDL' doing except in a
smaller order trade.
OATS -Steady. Receipts' are light and
the demand limited.
MEAL Quiet and dull.
BRAN The. market is strong.
light and demand good.
BUTTER rrices are firm as quoted.
Choice grades are rather scarce and in
EGOS Scarce and in active demand.
Prices are firm and a shade higher to-dsy.
CHICKENS Overstocked and dull, only
the choicest will bring $2.50 and slow at
APPLES In activo demand for choice.
POTATOES Easy and unchanged.
Sales and Quotations.
NOTB. Tn prtcc ner jrtTcn re for a!e from
flrt hand In round lots. Ad advance If
charged for broken lots In flilltJK order .
2o0 bbli low family W
20 bbl various grades i tW Oft
20s bbl choice
2 flbbl extra fancy.
2 car gilt edge
8 can choice
2 car good prime....
3 cara mixed In balk...
1 car white in balk
t car choice , in balk
2 car choice In balk..
1 car Id aacki
i Ked, per bu....
2jV hhl Cttv on order.
JO1) pound choice Northern 20
50 pound choice Northern dairy 2VilU
(W0 pound bonthorn 111, freed... Wi(i
X coop ben and mixed old 2 6"&1 00
Hcooimyoung mixed chicken 2 to
I coopa choice young chicken 2 W
Per bbl, choice 2 75S8 00
Potatoe pur bash 2r&35
l'otitoel per bbl 1 so
Tab-wanbed , UwftHO
&( pd. country..,
Ohio liner J u
2'4 btifhe.l butlapl,
5 biuhel "
Heache, halve ant) qaarter
Choice uavy ....
Cholc medium ,
Choice, IKaotory n
UUD awwn i.iiii
CAIltO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MURN1N0, SEPTEMBER 28, U83.
Dry Flint choice..
Dry Salt ..,
Plum M recti
Sheep Pelt, dry .M
Hbuap llt. croon
Good iaat ... .
dor i Leaf.
fl TM.S i
4 5& 5 0
.... 4 7Vt
ivva 7 Ji
. .... T 5( 9fi"
KATUS OK Kit BIGHT.
Onttn ' Hay
hi 12W is
eau IT'i iU
tlfiena. Ark IT'i 2-JsI
Kliut-Hton, MIm i: 27.
tckhiirit. 1'rlntee House.
5c. per nbl. higher.
All other wa.' point below Memtihll to New
ean. tame rate a to Klineeton.
Ladies, beware of imitations. The treat
popularity OI 1UI.L'8 HEALTH FBK8EHVIXO
t'oiwETS or Uitll's Uor.ets with coiled snriair
elastic sections has induced certain unprin
cipled dealers to palm otl on their unr-us
pt-cting customers a worthless imitation for
the gt nuitie article. We have becun prts
ecutions for fraud and damages against sev
irul dealers lor this'wactice. and sbull do
the same with others as fust as we uet cvi
nee ot this practice. The iremune article
can not be sold at retail for less limn 1 23,
and any one who advertises or sells fur less
than thit price, it is s&fe to presume are
offering a fraudulent article. Anv lady
who purchases one of the eenuiue ciirstts
can return it ni ter two or three weeks wear
if not satisfied with it in every rtspft, and
the price paid for it will beretuuded,
Chicago Cobset Co.,
It is a Positive Luxury
to biush the teeth with SOZODONT, so
fra(,'rnnt and n freshing is it, and so pleas
ant is the tt; it leaves in the uinutli alter
the operation. Then how (,'ratificg is the
t fleet and how complacent feels the behold
er whe views in the glass a row of ivories
rendered spotless, by this benign and de-
ightful toilet article. Only a tew drops on
the brush, a rag or sponge is needed for an
ablution and yet it is wondrously ttTettive.
Eight Years' Scrofula Cured.
A valued correspondent, Albert Sirupson,
sq., writing trom Peoria, III., Bsys: 'Ssm-
autan Nervine cured me ot sen lu.a, atter
having suffering for 8 years with the dis
ease. Simpson iivts in i cons, Atkhim.
Your druggist keeps it. 1.50.
From Col. J. Maidhof, of Xe w York : "I
have suffered severely tor the last ten yesrs
from liny Fever iu early and mid-summer
and in the fall. I desire in the interest of
my fellow suffers to testily in favor of Ely's
Cream Ihlm. My short use of it demon
strated its efficacy. J. Maidhof, 401 Broad
way. A Vexed Clergyman.
Even the patience of Job would become
exhausted were he a preacher and endeav
oring to interest his audience while they
were keeping up an incessant coughing,
making it impossible for him to be heard.
Yet, how very easy cd all this be avoided
by simply uicg Dr. King's New Diecoverv
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. Trial
bottles given away at Barclay Bros
Disease, Propensity and Passion, brings
Msnkind numberless ailments, foremost
among them are Nervousness, Nervous De
bility, arid unuaturil weakness of Genera
tive Organs; Allen's Brain Food success
fully overcomes these troubles and restores
the sufferer to his former vigor. $1. At
Woman's True Friend.
A friend in need is a friend indeed. This
none can deuy, especially when assistance
is rendered when one is Borely afflicted
with disease, more particularly those com
plaints aud weakness eo common to our
female population. Every woman should
know that Electric Bitters are woman's true
friend, and will positively restore her to
health, even when all other remedies fail,
A single tr.rtl always proves our assertion,
They are pleasant to the taste, and only cost
fifty cents a bottle, sold by Barclay Bros.(2)
Grape Culture and Port Wine.
Mr. A. fipeer,of New Jersey, oue of the
largest grape producers in the Jast, com
menced, but a few years ago, in a small
way, to make wines from currantB arid
blackberries and other fruits. He now con
trols laige vineyards of the Oporto grape,
from which his Inmous Port Grape Wine
is made, and which chemists and physi
cians say rivals the world for beneficial
effects on weakly and aged persons, and
the consumptive. For sale by Paul O.
Wouk Given Out. On receipt of votir
atiiiress we will make an oiler by wlucn
Vou can earn U to $7 evenings, at your
home. Men, Women, Boys or Girls can do
it. II. C. Wilkinson & Co., 19. and 107
Fulton Street, New York.
To Tlio Went.
I neie mo a number of routes leading to
the above-mentioned section, but the direct
ami reliable route is via .Saint Louis und
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily arc run (rum the Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, M. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palaco Hlucping Cars of tho very
tin est make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal-
It mii't ronnert with expres trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with.
express trams lor Kansas and Nebraska
At OnialiH, connection is made with tho
Overland train for Calilortna.
This lino oilers to parties enroute to tho
West and Noithwcst, not only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through tho finest por
tion ot Missouri and Nebraska. Bend for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, Ac., of this
lino, which will bu mailed free.
(J. B. KlNNAN, F. CrtANM.EB,
Ass't Gen'l Pasn. Agcut. GonT Pass Agent
DMINISTR ATOM'S SALE.
Notice l hereby givun that on Wednesday the
Slit day of October next, between the houri of 10
o nock in me rureuoon ana a o clock In the after
noon of aid dav, at the lata lealcleoce of Peter
Htoitennvrg, auaa rettir Mtoluian, ilocsaned, In the
city on airo, county 01 Alexander and atata o. 1111
noi, the peraonal property ut aald decedent, con'
datiut,' of i waion, 4 mules, 1 cart, houses and
hed, 3 wheelbarrow, l grind-atone, 3 ahovola, 1
lot toon, i lot enmirie ami inuioer. I plow, l bar
row, 4 lire door 1 lot huclng wire, 1 lot harneaa,
1 let hot bed ruth, 1 lol trunk, 1 pump and pipe,
1 old tuvo, l chair, 1 lot Klaus, 1 mud wheel,
iftiro auu taii. implement, and oilier article,
will bti (old at nubile lain.
TKKMS OK 8ALtt:-Pnrchan ofloM than five
dollar to be paid tn band; Ir that amount and
over, on a c rod It of ait montha, the purchaser giv
ing noli1, with approved lecurity.
ADOLl'U 8WOBODA. Admlntatrator.
Di.led Cairo, III , September visth, 1N8.1.
OKKE.N A UlLBKHT, Attorney.
Stale of Illinois, 1
In the Alexander County
Term A, D. 184.
t ireuu 111 t . reDtirarv
Ellen Campbell, complainant,
IlOKhy Campbell, defendant.
Hill tu Chancery lor Divorce.
The abovo named defendant la hereby notified
that anid com p'aiuuut, n thel'Jihday of July,
ISM, Sled lu caiU conrt a certniu bill iu chancery
f.ir divorce aeaitmt you, and that alia aummon
hi iwucd thoreon ro uruable on the flrat day of
uir m-i icnn 01 ma court, to no nolnen at tne
court house In Cairo, on tho econd Monday of
Calru, 111., Slept. ?7tb. A . U. 188.S.
ALEX II JKVIN, Clerk.
Mulkey Jfc Leek, Compiaitiant' Solicitor
It. H. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTHAL U. K.
Tra.u Depart. Train Arriv.
..1:09 a. m
c. sr. 1,
11 10 a.m.
a :u p.m
J j p.m.
& x. o. k. 11. (Jackson route).
Mail 4:15a. m
tKxprena 10 Mi nt.
ST. L. & C. K. It.
Eipri ki 3:O0 a. m.
hi Mail .. !'i:Via m.
Accom li':ip m.
Cipro 1 :l a.m.
Ex. Mall...4:Mp in.
Accom 8:eO p.m.
ST. I.. 4 1. M. H. 11.
tExpr-. 10:30p.m. tExpror 2:30 p.m,
W. ST. L. A P. K. II.
Mall 4 Ei 4:(0a!m. I 'Mall Ex.. O.SOp.m.
Accom 4:Oi) p.m. 'Accom I0::i a.m.
FreiKbt . 7:45 a.m. Freight 0:4J p.m.
MOBILE A OHIO K. K.
Mall 5:Ma.m. Mull 9:10 p.m.
Dally exrept Sunday, t Dailv.
aUHIVAI, AND PEPAKTl'BE OF MAILS.
Arr at I Dep're
P. O. I fu. PO
I. C. R. R.(ihroUi;h lock mall). f a. m
' ' ..Unoa m .1 p. m
" (way mall) 4 30 p.m. 9 p. m.
" (Southern Div. ." p. m. 9p. m.
Iron Mountain It. K '.'::)" p.m. Bp. m.
Wall an n K. K 10 p. in. 9 n. m.
Texas St. Lou it H. It 7 p. m.lHa. 111.
ht. Louia & C.iro K. K 5 l. m. 9:.V) am
OhioKlver p. m.ltp. in.
Mm Hiver arrive Wed., at. A Mon.
" di uurl Wed..Fri. & Sun.
P O. gen . del . op n from 7 :30 am to": tf pin
P.O. box del. o: en from S a. m. 10 9 p ui.
fnndaj ecu . t'el. open from.. . .Si. m. to In a. m.
Sum'.av Dux del. open from. ...6 a. m. to 10:30 am
Hr.om. Chani."! will be published from
time to tlm !d c'.ty paper. Change votir card ac
cordingly. VM. M. MLTKPHY. P. M.
AlliU UAf'TIST. -Corner Tenth and I'op ir
itreetc; preaching every sands mo nice and
nifht at UMial
lai nonr. n
boor. Prayer meotlna Weui
; Sunday achool. a.m.
Kev. A W. McUAQA. Pator.
plJtrKtll Of THK KKDEEMKRBp,Coiai
L Kourtee.ntn trect: undy 7:"a m . Holv
Communion 10::i. m., Mun.lci? Prayer II a. 111.
Sunday erhooi 3 p. m , Evening Prayer 7:'i'J p.m
r l.avf nport. s. r. it. Hector.
rMP.ST MISSION ARV BAPTIST CHVKCa -I
I n aehinc at 10:nu a. n... S p. m., and 7:80 o. m.
AKbbatb fhool at 7:,10 p. m Rev. T. J. Shore.
l, 1 11 r i a 1 airte' o'.n tercet; ervn.f nab
1 hn'fc 1: !'i a m. : Sunday cbool 2 p m. Rev.
ME'IH(DlsT-Cor. KlKhtb and Wah.nt treet,
I'rear.lilt.r Sabbath ll:U0a. m. and 7 :W p.m.
r.'iay cLovi at 3:00 p m. Hev. J. A. Scarrctt,
nhKsBYTKKIAN-ElKhth treet; preacnluf on
I ti .t ' a li at ll:d0 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; pram
1 '.1,.' neiineanay at 7:30 p.m.; Sunday scnooi
3t.n. Kev B. V. Oforie, pator.
1 jmr.i ii --tiioir.an l atnooc; corner cro
kj anl Wa!r.ut ftrcet; service Sabbath 10:8Da.
ur.ciay school at 2 p. tn.; Vevpert 3 p. m. ; er-
iv -every day at 8 a m. Rev. O Ilara. Pr1et. .
'1 PATHICK'S-tRoman Catholic) Corner Ninth
' fret and Wahlnirtun avenne: service Sab-
ik:, oand 10 a. m.; Veaper 3 p. m.; Sunday School
p. 111. aervice every day at a. tn. Rev. Miuttotier
iiri'l'AL Allt SOC1KTY,
SUIJST1TITE FtR LIKE IXSUB
ANCE CUM PAN IKS.
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
0ri;nni,iMl July 1Mb, 1877, Cmler the Laws 0
tlin Stittf of Illinois. Copyrighted Jul
, 1K77, 1'udtT ActofCongrpiH.
JAS. S. M.-dAIIF.V I'reHldtil
I I.I,m1!V!1!SH0N viw-1'rBaid.int
i1, l u;li !"!,v;v::; Vlco-i'reldent
J. A. (lOLi'hTINE Truaurer
,j s I'KTHIK ( Medical Advinui
THOMAS I.KWI.S Secretary
KU. 11. W111TK AllantHet:retajy
10X1C( lUTlVK (JO MM ITTKK.
Wm. P, I'lTCHKIt, I.. S. THOMAS,
W.O.JOCKLYN, K. VINCENT,
WILL T. UEOHLltN.
HOAHII OJi' MAN AO K KB:
J. A, (ioldhllne, nf UoldHlino & Huenler, wlmlu
alii and retail drv miod, etc. j Jaa, M. Metiahey,
liimhur tlealeri Win. K, I'llr.her, uenenil anent ;
Allitirt Lewi, ilealnr in fltitir aucl uraln ; l H.
Tlimna, lirlckliiyori Moan I'hllllp, cnnlrartnr
and liulldiir; II. A. Ohnmbley, Krocor: Tho.
Lewi, ecretiiry and altorney-at lawj W. H.
Man'n, llntninputhln tihyalclan; H. Ha tier, of
hacder & Hon. grocer i It, H. Halrd, lrei nuiier
vtori Kd II. Wbllt), a't c. W. A O. M , A. Ho
cltity! .1. W. Spltir, lumhor and nw-mlll ; K, I.,
(lernluon, barber: R. 1. Dietrich, cleric W., St. I,.
AIM! U ! M. Koliler. merchant tailor: .telT M.
('lurk, dealer In wall-paper and window ahude; J.
K, KnullKli. conlracliir and btillderi WiHT. Hud
burn, of Mor A ltuillmrn, clxar nmnntitctiirer;
K, Vlnroiit, dealer In llmo and cement; I. A.
I'heli. ihotojrraihrt W. C, Jorolyn, denlml ; h .
It, i'aher, ml. Jeweler; J. II. ltoblnann, J. I'. and
nntnry public; J. H. Petri, tihyalclan ; II. W.
Iloatwlrk, Inauranr aRt'Ut : R. K. .Tarhoo, foreman
Bt. ()a main, and K K. Walhndgu, lumber and
aw-nilll, nf (lairo; It. l.eltjhloti, cablr Nut.
llanlt.Hluarl, Iowa; Hot, V. A. Wllkeron, I'ryot
btira, Ky. J J.W. Tatry, phyatolan.Kulton, Ky.
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