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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 10, 1883,
From thoao nourcea urlao three fourth ot
the uTttetuioa of tlio human moo. These
symptom Indicate tlauir exiNtenoe : Ixiss ol
Appetite, UowcU costive, hick llsad.
ache, fullness after rating, aversion to
exertion of body or mind, KrucUtion
of food, Irritability of trraper, Low
plrits, A llnjr of having neglected
some duly, J'lrzluess, Fluttering at the
Heart, lints before the eyes, highly col
ored I rlne, t'OANTIIMTIO.H, and do.
limnd thouso ofa remedy tlmt aotg dirootly
onthoLlnir. AHitLlvermodlelnp TCTT'S
I'lLXM have no cjiial. Their action, on tlio
Kidney, and skin IhiiImo prompt ; removing
all Impurities Ihroimli tliene throe " seav
ngeri of the system," producing appe
tite,, sound digestion, rejrulnr stoolx, a clear
Hklu and a vigorous body. Tl'TT'S PILLS
cause no nimsea or tri-lping nor Interfere
with daily work and nro u perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
ITE FEELS IJIti: A SLW MAN.
"I have bad I) vh pepsin, with Constipa
tion, two years, and lmvo tried ten ditferent
kinds of pllltt, nnd Tl'TT'S am the first
that havo done me anv gcnv. They havo
cloanod me out nicely. My appetite la
spiemiui, ioou uigoBW rennuy, and 1 now
have natural pastmpes. 1 fool like a new
nian." W. 1. EDWARDS, Palmyra, 0.
Hold every where, arte. Office ,41 Murray BI..N.Y
TUTTS HAIR DYE.
Giur IiAllt ou W'miski.r.i changed In
Htantlv to u IJLofcflV Hlmk ly a single a p.
plteatlon of this Dvii. Sold hy Pnitfglfta.
or (tent by express on receipt of 1 1.
Otllre, 41 Murray Si rcet, New York
Tl'TT'S MANtAL OF USEFUL RECEIPTS FREf.
PORT GRAPE WINK
. ' i H ' f .. ,', I . s J
Spier's Port Gpape Wie 5
FOUR YEAI;S OLD.
THIS CEI.EBHATEI) NATIVE W1XE 1 m&de
from the Jnlco of the Oporto (irspe, ralaed In
this cour.try. Its InvuiualiiL-tonic and atruuilh
enitns nroirtiL' are tinuriased hv any oilier
Native Wine, ll-lntr the pnre Juico of the Grape,
prodnced under Mr. Sneer' own personal mpervi
eion, !tf purity and etnultii nep, are guaranteed
Th1) younest child ni ,y prt;k of It generous
qualities, and the wcukeM invalid use It to advan
tage. It I particularly licticrkUl to the agud and
debilitated, and uiti d to tliu ariousailmunt that
affect thii weaker sex. It Ic In every respect A
U'lVL1 Til IJL'I IL'li iiV
Sneer's V. J.
The P. .1. SHKUKV I a wine of Superior char
acter and iartukenf the rich qualities of the xrape
from wlrrh It Is ninde For Purity, liichnes, Kla
voi and AUdlcluul l'roperiies. It will he found ud
Sneer's I. J. Brandy.
This Tl HANDY etandi" unrivaled in this Country
belniffar superior for inedicliial purposes. It I a
pnredistlllatl'jn from the grape, anil contain vl.
nalile medicinal properties. It bus t delicate fla
vor, similar to that of Ihu urapes, from which It Is
distilled. and is In urea! favur amontr flrst-cla
famlllis. See that the sijrnatnre of AI-FHKI)
SI'KKH, I'assalc, N . J., i over the cork of t-arL
Sold 15 y PAUL SCHUIl
AND IIY I)IlU(;'iiSTS EVKKYWHKKK.
TDPREKUYK riiK HEALTH
I'st the Ma'ii tnti Appliance Co. 'a
3Ianetic Luiij; Protector !
PJiICK ONLY 85
They are price:,-, to i.diin. (-rntlkmr h and
CHIUJHK With EjK I.I'M. : tin Care Of I'VKfllON'A
ob eaoci- U ev.-r ku wn where these
trarmuiits are ho-ii, Tney a:io prt-vent and cure
hurt Dirricri-Tnta. culu. iiiiiiih.tism, xelihi.
OLA, THHuT THOI'Hl.K. Ull'tlTII KIIIA, I ATAIIIlll, AND
all KlMiKCU uistAsK-i. Will wksr any service
forTHRra temis. are worn over the nnder-clotii-nj.
(VTPI 111' n--ed!.-s to desir.be the
x.iilllil, sympifitisof tins nauseous ills
eate that is sapping the 1 f- and sireuijth of only
too raat.v of the f il-i-st and h.-st of l.oth sexes
Labor, .itdy ai d r- s-ir li In Aw- rlra. Europe and
Kiuiten land, h ive p-suln-1 in the Magnetic l.ui-g
Protec.or, aif-rdni; i:;r.-f-r fatarrh. a n-miy
which c ii.-nns S iIri i.'.ini. or- ;ur. svstex, and
With the e..u;iipj(-i Hr.-am of Mnl.etisin per
nieailni! turo'ih the aiUu-ied uritan. mvt UK
HToHB 1III.M TO A HKtl.THV -ITIOS. We I'l-Al X 1.1'lt
WK fo tdi App lanci- at !es Hum otio-twenlletti
of the pr e - &--K- I hy others for ri-rnedlea upon
which you tiki Ml the chance, and wa khi-ivul-lt
l.iviTe the tutroiiHi,-.- of the aAsr i-ruaoN who
have tried ton uoim, tiikiii 7-mi us witiioit it-
(flat and a-k for tl,-m. II lh v have not Rot them,
writetothe proprietor.. e- c!.,.nj the r.co In let
ter, at our r.sk and thev shnl, he b-dI to you at
once by nihil, po.ipu'd.
Hend svamp lor the "Sew ll-parture In Mi-dl-r.al
'I real j i-ut witipivt numi-ix!." wi,h thou
aauds of t"-ilm'iiiiHl" .
TI1K MAUM'.TilN Al'l'DIANf'K CO.,
. -!h sutt. strnc-i, ;hiciif.. III.
ot Sea l one dollar in potau stamp! or
curreinyiin h-tti-r ai our riki vtitii lze of shoe
usually worn, ai (1 try a pair of our MaRtietlc In
oles.and he coiivini.vd of the power restd'lju In
our i.aiMietic. Appliancif- I. -i 1 1 v-l - no cold lei-t
where tin y sre worn, or m m-v tefuuded. I'ld ly
A Naw and Complete Hotel, fronting on l.evei
Second and Kallroad Htreels,
Too Vasmnner I)i pot of trie Chlcairo, Ht. Lonll
" - jin,,,in V.1TIIIIAI, n. if.ru, nii
Louis and Pacific! hou Mountain and Houthurn,'
Mobile and Ohio; Cairo and Ml. Louis Hallways
are all Just across the street ; while the Hloamboal
l.atidniK I but one suture dislani,
This Hotel Is heated hy steam, has steam
Laandrj, Hydraulic Elevator, Electric Call Hells.
Automatic Klrit-Alanns. Itaths, ahsulutely pure air,
perfect wrai' and lUipleUiappoltituients.
tiitierh furnishings i psrfect servlcu: and an on
I. 1. I'AHK iUli At ! ).. lajm,.
M ittr.,-::s .iwoX
.47'" ' y '.s'i
The Daily Bulletin.
OFFICE: NO. 78 OHIO LEVEE.
OFFICIAL PAPKK OF ALEXANDER CUCNTY.
KNTBKED AT TUB CAIUO J'OHTOKFICK Foil
THANBMISHION THROUOU THB MAILS AT
SECOND CLASS HATES.
rtinaina canal will bo linWii'il in l-ss.s.
Tim wilil carrot is ono of tin' wt'otln
but should be most (ireiule 1.
The silk t-roj) in France ami Spain is
There is no better foixl fi-r chkkein
than skim milk.
This year's crop of llio entire is now
estiinateil at from U.UOO.UUO io ;i,.r.oO,WO
I ott JeflVrsiin believes in ;!iMii:ilisn).
O'.il "Kip Vua Winkle'" U'lieved" in
Detul meat is now sliippnl to Knlainl
from Hnssia as well us Australia ami
The best authorities ars.'ft that cows
should po dry at least six week before
Kentucky colonels are said to bo
amazed at the statement that il took
1'rinco Alexander.of Hesse fassel, thirty
years to become, a colonel.
News item in a Tennesi'o paper: "A
dog killetl a woman imar Scott's Hill
on Sunday. Further particulars next
The Empress Eugenie, who lias suf
fered from dyspepsia, walks much and
continues to improve in health and iu
An old frauio liouso in Winthrop.Me.,
built 114 years ago. was moved for half
a mile last week without even cracking
A clergyman who, five years ago, was
paid $10,000 a year by a Brooklyn
church, is loafing around the seashore
resorts of the Connecticut coast, habit
According to a recent computation,
there aro 12,179 newspapers and maga
zines published in this country. Of these
1,227 are daily newspapers and 9,'J.j.i
Italy is fortifying the frontier in Pied
mont at a cost of from 6,000.000 to 7,
000,000 francs. The work will, it is be
lieved, render tho Alps impassable to
anv army, even though led ny a Hanni
bal or Napoleon.
The vast population, traflie and tur
moil of tho world's metropolis are strik
ingly suggested by the simple statement
that 2,200 trains leave the railroad
stations of London every twenty-four
Nearly everybody who lives at New
burg, N. Y., is more or less bow-legged
from walking up and down the l.il. on
which the ciiv i. built. Tho same pecu
liarity is familiar in Pougbkeepsie, an
other city on tho Hudson river Dank.
Louisiana claims that during the past
year great success has been achieved in
restoring her levee system to a high
state of efficiency. The embankments
resisted the great flood of last year bet
ter than even the most sanguine could
Timothy Shields, of Howard County,
Maryland, stands six feet eight inehes
in his stockings.and weighs 220 pounds.
He has four children, three of whom
are sons, averaging six feet two inches
in height, and weighing 22H, 230 and
210 pounds, respectively.
The first newsboy who ever sold a
copy of the New York tiun in tho
streets of that city became famous and
rich. He was ten years old and from
Cork. His name was ltenuird Flaherty,
hut he was afterward known as Harney
Williams, the comedian.
A young man living in Leadville
shipped to his brother in St. Louis a
choice donkey of the diminutive species
known as the .Mexican burro. The
agent, in making out his manifo.,t, con
cluded that "burro"1 meant "bureau,"
and reported accordingly to his super
ior, "one bureau missing" and one jack
a.viovcr." A farmer in Eex county. N. Y., had
live of the fresh air fund boys from New
York City, ami a tough lot they proved
to be. '1 tie lirst afternoon they were on
the farm they bung the farmer's large
pet Newfoundland dog to an apple tree,
and in I'ne afiernoou they placed, his
light wagon iii'i-ss the railroad truck
as the train was approm hing. and ol
Coiir.-C the tt'lli'ili ;n klloci;ei iulo
Some one has taken the inniioe io lind
out how fur a farmer must walk to put
in nnd lend forty acres of coin. To
plow the ground with a sixieen-ineh
three-horse plow he travel ,',.',0 miles;
to harrow the ground thoroughly be
fore planting he will have to travel MO
miles; to mark out the smile he travels
.V miles; to cultivate it alt. t i aids lie
will have to travel .'loo mile-nmkin"
a grand total of Hon mile- b 'si.h-s ihe
If the farmers who will keep dogs
would net rid of their worihle-s euls
and substitute one well-bred shepherd
pup, not more, to eaeh farm, the wealth
of every fanning community would ho
vastly increased in many wii. Farm
ers soon lind the eo,V "living them
many a Men. Eager rind anxious io
learn, willing to do anything within his
power, the young dog need only a
wise and patient restraint, ami inte'di
gi nt direction, to become a most useful
hand on tho place.
Two years ago a lady nt Muhllctnwn.
N.Y., found a littlo tree-load on u largo
ealla lily which she bad polled in the
bouse. He wan adopted as the pel of
the household, and made bis home on
hc Idy until aNt fu( , (1ivip.
fenied. presumably III the depths of the
pot. He was not seen or heard of until
a lew thy s ago, when he reapneared,
bnnging his w.fo win, him. Whether
ho evolved her from tne dentin of Ids
conselousueH, or whelher he found her
In the earth, is a Problem uml j, ,uu.
zlmg the household. 1
Tho llunit World irnlv savs "ihero Is
not ono of the depnrtm,"nt,'of u -rii'tilt-tiro
that If a young man will study with
a view of junking it a l-tv work, giving
himself Intellectually as thoiom'h a
training as ho would be compelled t0
luivti if ho became siieecs-ifiil lu i)in pr.
fuHsions or uiurcuulilu pursuits, but bo
can mako money witu ten times Hut
certainty ho can lu any of the profes
sions or mereantilo pursuits. Wo nro
constantly hearing of tho struggle for
wealth by those who live iirncilies.
There Is rather an Interminablo strug
gle for existence, and not one In a thou
sand of tho population in all our cities
has tho least reason to believe that he
will ever bo wealthy, or regard wealth
at all, except as ho might long after the
Fifty years ago when Missouri was
but sparsely settled, it was a work of no
small dillieulty to get a jury together,
especially as the inhabitants were no
toriously disinclined to the pleasure of
litigation. The court had been forced
to adjourn many times from day to day
because the slieritl' as often came in and
reported an incomplete panel. Finally
things came to a crisis. The judge
fixed a day beyond, which no further
forbearance could bo exercised. When
that day arrived the enthusiastic slieriU'
rushed into the court-room ami exclaim
ed: "It's all right your Honor, we'll
have the jury by 12' o'clock. I've got
eleven of 'em locked up in a barn, and
we are running the twelfth with dogs."
It is said that a younger son of the
Puke of Argyll wishes to, marry an un
titled lady, and nked his father's con
sent. The Puke replied that personally
he had no objection to the match, but,
in view of the Diet that hiseldct sun had
espoused a daughter of the Queen, he
thought it right to take her Majesty's
pleasure on the subject before express
ing his formal approval. Her Majesty,
thus appealed to, observed that since
the death of the Prince Consort she had
been in I no habit of consulting the Puke
rf Saxe-Colitirg on all family affairs.
The matter was, theref-Te, referred to
Puke Erne.-t.who replied that since the
(indication of (b-rmany lie had made it
a rule to nk the Emperor's opinion on
important questions. The caso now
came before the Kaiser, who decided
that, as a constitutional sovereign, ho
was bound to ascertain the views of his
prime minister. Happily for the now
anxious pair of lovers, the "Iron Chan
cellor"' had no wi.-h to consult anybody,
and decided that the marriage uiigiil
Implements of Tortar-s,
The Munich museum has a collection
of instruments of torture used in judi
cial proceedings in the middlo ages.
No one can study them and not believe
that the worid "has grown better and
wiser. In this collection there are
cradles studded with sharp nails, to be
set rocking when the naked human be
ing was placed therein. There was a
hideous chair, the sea:, back, arms,
foot-rest, all filled with protruding
spikes, so sharp that a gentle pressure
with the hand left a mark that remain
ed for ten minutes. Thumbscrews, be
heading swords, etc., were iu profusion.
Iu the torture chambers of the castle at
Nuremberg are all the ordinary forms
of such diabolical implements," and in
addition two objects of awful curiosity
tne "iron maiden," a figure in the
shape of a woman, which opens, reveal
ing a hideous array of .-pikes. The
victim wa- thru-t in, the uoor closed,
pre-s'ng the .-p. ties iuto his body, which
was afterward dropped into a pit imme
diately benentii the ligure, connecting
with the .s.-wer In-low. Hut this was
merciful lompnred with tiie "Spanish
hor.se," an upright, sharpened slab of
wood, which tne victim rode for hours
with immense weights fastened to his
ankles. Hi n-wen- all the racks and
pulleys u-nally accredited to the Inqui
sition; roiling pins with protruding
nails or knob, to smooth out the refrac
tory back-, collars with needles and
pinchers to tear the llesh. Cor. ,Stn
I'laitri.-iyj JltU tin.
It Seciii.s to Satisfy
A family want, and I wonder how we ever
got along without Parker's Ginger Tonic.
It cured me of nervous prostration, and I
liuve used it since lor all Borts of complaints
in our family. Mrs. Jines, Albany.
From Col. J. Maidbof, of New York : l'I
have suffered severely for the lant ten years
from Hay Fever in early and mid-summer
and in the fall. I desire in the interest of
my fellow sniffers to testify in favor of Ely's
Crearn I'nlm. My short use of it demon
strated its efficacy. J. Maidhof, 401 Broad
A Car a.
To all who are HufTerina from the errors
sinl indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decav. oss of manhood, .t-e.. I
will send a recipe that will cere you, khke
Of (jiiakok. This creat remedy was
discovered hy n minister in South America.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to the Ib-y.
losKPii T. I.s.man, Htation P.. New York
Grape Culture, and Poit Wine.
Mr. A. Speer, of New Jersey, one of the
largest grape producers in the East, rem
tiienced, but a few years ago, in a small
way, to make wines from currants and
blackberries, and othei fruits. Ho now con
trols: latgo vineyards of 1 he Oporto crape,
from which bis lumoiiH port Grape Wine
is made, and which chemists and physi
ciatiK say livals the world for beneficial
effeclH on weakly nnd aged persons, and
the consumptive. For sale by Paul G.
mickicii s Arnica Salve
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, HorcH, l'lceIH) Suit Khcum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles, It is guaranteed togivo per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
2-' cents pur box. For gale by Barclay
Woiik Given Out. Ou receipt of your
H' hi rem we will limU n ,,(r l.v which
you can earn 'i to ft? nnhinm nt vmir
home. Men, omen, hvs or oirls can do
".i vuiKinion in Co., 105 and
Fulton Street, New York.
Allen's Ilium Food botancial extract
strengthens the Brain and noaltlvelv cures
Nervous Debility, Nervousness, Headache,
unnatural losses, ami all weakness of Gen
erative System j it never fails, fl pkg.i6
for $5.-At druggist., or Allen's Pharmacy,
315 First Ave. N.Y.
Cleanliness and purity make Parkci'i
Hair Balsam tho favorite for reitoring tho
yoiuuiui coior to gray hair.
LLiNOlS CKNTKALlt. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv Lino Rurmmu:
O DAILY TRAIM
Making Direct Connection
I'iuiNs Lkavi Cairo:
M:l.' h tu. Mr.il,
A rrlvli,! In St . Louis 4: a in ; i'Mcasi. s t p.m. ;
Cm. mn iti); st i-.nti and Ktrtiiiham for i'im-in
natt, Louisville, lvntiatiapti'iit aiui points Kast.
11:1 i tt.m. tst . l.oni ami Wisilern
Wrhli- in St. 1 .mis ; -e r n , ar.d CMirie.-tini
for a. I onus Vt oi .
'.l.ri jvm. V'.-.nl K,jn-iMi
r"t St. i.i u. an,-, i 1 1. i,;i nrrni g at Si 1..' '.
to :4C p . m .. ar A i l.i. m
; 5 "ill l m. 1 "in, ci-,if1 i l-.i, )".
trrtv.i. ai i u.. mi ', -. a in.; a.V V
a ni.; IrtV-ar-aw - -its arc.. rMr.t'r
this tram rvafti the nVv p.
r.i 1 "J te :lti
til I Ks i:. a..a:.
.-.! a ft oir.cT rivr.lr.
ITf-The .1 S p B. e.i r-s .a Tl l.l V A .
-l.KKI li I'AK i a.ro te ir.c ir.iian. ;the !i
Oi ante, and through ;p-rsio St J.ee-s aiu
Fast Timo Kast.
PilwiwtilKroi'c b? !,ni! P'hmnfh to Kt-i.
I rtsM lli;l l ern points without ny delay
caused bv Sundav loti rvenlnc. The Saturdav after
loon traiu from Cairo arrive In new York Monday
nomine at li:Vi. Th'rty six hours In adranceol
ov other route.
t-lfKor through tlckfs and further icformaiion.
lpp;v t Illinois Ccnttal Railroad Itepot. Cairo.
J. H. JONKS.Ttcaet Agent.
A. li . HANSON. Oen. I'ass. Agent. Chicago
K. 11. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
C KNTKAL K. K.
Mail a an a m
tAccotn I'.'aTi a m
t M ail l:o5 a.m.
Express 11 lo a.m.
Express a Mi p.m.
Accom v.vt p. in.
C. ST. L. 4 N. . It. K. (Jackson route).
tMail 4:4.'i a.m. tMail ,...4::'ip.m.
tExpres. 10:aua.in. Express . . . .10:30 a.ra .
'Accotn H;ri p.m.
fT. L. 4 c n. It. (Narrow-gauge).
Express 3:f) a m. I Express :!" a.m.
Kx A Mail .. M:ia m Ex. Mall. .:10p in.
Accom U:ifii m. Accora :iJ p.m.
ST. I.. 4 I
M. 11. K.
tExprcn lfi:. p.m.
W., ST. L.
Vail Jt Ex 4;i (la. in.
Accom 4 :J p.m.
Freight ..1:15 a.m.
I 'Expr 2:H0 p.m.
4 r. it. it.
'Mail A Ex.. .3np.m.
Accon 10:10 a.m.
Freight 6 45 p.m.
JtoJJU.E 4 OHIO it. K.
Mail 5:V m. .Vail 9:10 p.m.
Daily except Sunday, t Ddilv.
ARRIVAL AND DEPAKTl'KE OK
I f'ffi i'O
I. C. K. R.(tLroiiU'h lock mail).
' a. m.
.4 3d p.m.
.5 p. m.
' iwav niaiii
" (southern Div
Irou Mountain H. 11
Wat.a'h It. It to p. m.
H-X. 'is & St. I.ou.s K. K
SV Louis A C.iro K. 1!
M.s 1 ler arrives Wed , Sat.
' departs W eil , r'ri.
I' o. u-eii del . op rj from
P.O. hox del . oi en from
Suiiilai s ti-i . clel. open from.,
("iitiilai iiox del. opi'i, from .
..S p. m.
..J p. ru.
,.7:H0ani to":'W pm
,.6 a. m. to 'J p m.
. SB. m. to hi a. m.
..i, a. rn to 10:30 am
(fT-NOTK -Chaij.o s will ho
time to time In city pajier. ('hantrc vour cards ac-
W M. J. AlUKi'lll. I .
Vay ir- 'Ihoma. W. Ma. In av.
Treasurer- C'l.aihs K. Ntlh
Clerk-Ileum ,) , Foley .
e'ouiiselor Wm H. Otlhert.
Marshal L. H. Meyers,
I'oiice .Magistrate A . Cumini;.
soahii op alubkiibsi
,'ir' Wr l- W m.M' Hale, Harry Walker.
Si-..oiid Ward- .!. .; Ilmkle, O. N. HuKl.es.
Third Ward-H. K. Hlake, K'ert Smith.
Kourth Ward-C'harle O. 1'atler, Adoiph Swo-
Kirh Ward Cr,a. Lancaster. Henry Stout.
i'i rr.int ,1 nl: II. J. Ilnaer.
dreuii i 'lerk A . II Irvln.
( uti iv .In life J. H. Iiohloson.
county ( lerk s ). IJuiuin.
l onely Attoriny
I'oiiety Treasurer .V lies W. Parker,
Sheiili .loiili Hodge.
Coroner If . r ilzi'erula
County C'o:nnilslon:r-T. W. Jlallid i), J. H
Mnlciihuy and Peter Saun.
This elegant dressing
is preferred by those
iimlar article, on ac
ount of iij superior
Jcanlinesa and purity.
It contains materials
only that are beneficial
to the scalp and hair
Rettoret the Youthful Color to Grey or Faded Hair
P.irkera Hair liaNam U finely perfumed and 11
wananted lo prevent f illing of the hair and to re
miwe dandrulf and itching, lhscox Ik Co., N.Y.
fie. anil l tlii-i, t dulm In itrugi and mMkln.l.
Superlative Health and Strength Restorer.
If you are a mci hanic or fanner, worn out with
everwork. or a rnother tun down hy family or house,
hold duiir try Pahki k's Uinuf.k Tonic.
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