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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23, 1683.
THE GREAT mTM
CURES , .
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago. Backache, H0.1d.1cbe. Toothache,
lor Throl. fctvellliiira. Nti-lii. llruU,
II in to, hen l,la. I i Itlira,
id u. oi ii it iKiinir mi t iim.
Bold tj DmjsUu ua ii.t r,mb"i. liny Ctnu b,itll.
(Urn II ll III II i-Mifcilfttf--
THE Til VHI I " A. VIHJM.Hi CO.
flliwMrm Mn.tu.ii a eoj W.liiMur So., l.b. A
A Va'uiblo IMcovery f. r tupplylng Magnetism to
the llumau sv cm fcicciricity anu magnetism
u .llizcd ae never before lor Healing the hick.
TUB M AGS ETON APPLIANCE CO.'S
Masruetic Kidney Belt!
FtR MEN IS
WARRANTED TO CURE Mol
IT Iieptsd D. the following d i tenHtM wllhou' med
icine PAINS l! T11R BACH, IIII-. Ill I OR itJins,
MEKVOl't DKBIUTr, I. I'M HAM'). O NKIIAL DKIt UTV,
HIIKrHJtTlhN, rAHALVsl. KLTKALMIA, 1CIATU,
DISKASt'S orTHK KlliNKV.H'ISAL PieitASI, TOhrtl
Livii. li.iut, Seminal Kmls-ion. luipotenry,
Aaihma. H.a I Direate, Dpep'a, Consllputlou.
rvtipuia, ludiL'olion, IL ruia or Uupture, Cat
arrh. Flic, hpllepsr, i nmb Airue, etc.
When anv dehilltv of the liKSKKATIVrt OR.
GAN'!i occur, Lost Vita'lty, I.ark of Nerve Force
an Vic r. aiding We .kties. and all t hone Di
eac of a poonal na .iire, Irora whatever cause,
theciiutiniiuui stream of uiiu'tietlun pcrmeitmg
through the- piano, tuuet real re lhem to a healthy
action. Them 1 do niimtUe aliout th!a App I-
TO HIE LADIES: WXt
Weakness f the Spine Fulling of the. Womb,
Lcncurrhipi, Chronic Inflirainailon or Ulceration
of the Womb, Incidental Hem rrliaee or Flooding,
Painful, Suppressed and Irn cular Menstruation,
Barretine-. and Chance of Life, thla ii the Best
AuplUtir and C'uritive Aeent known.
For al lornii of Female Di llcuitle It Ii on sur
passed I'v anything oefre Inv-ited, both an a
cnraiive ag:M and a a so:ire of power aL(l vital
Izatlop. Price of either BP with M igneilc Insole. $1,
tent by eipre" U O. I), anil elimination al
lowed, or I'V mail on receipt of price. In ordering
end measure of waist and fts of hae Remit
tance can be nude In currency, sect in Utter at
The Magnetic Garments arc adapted to all asc.
are worn over the undervioitilnj ti "t nest to the
body lik" the many ijalvauk and Electric Huru
biiu't adv.ril d to extenelvc'y), and should be
tak n off at n ght. Ther hold their PuWKK
FuKKVEH. and are worn at all season of the
Send -amt for the "New tiepartnre In Medical
Trearm ut Wlihoit Mellc'ne," wnb thoueandi of
TS MAGNETON APPLIANCE CO.,
State Street, CblcsK"- I"
Not end one dol ar In pomaije tnp or
cnrre:,cy (in letter at oir rick) win ita ol ahoo
fUii..r'worn, aud try a pair of our Magnetic In
iole, and be convinced a( the power raiding in
our other Maunutlc Appllancei. Pofitively no
cold led when they are worn, or money refunded.
U.U.:.: itT7? iTt
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A New and (..ompietL llntol, fronting ui.
Second mid Railroad Htreutr,
Caii o. Illinois.
The Panenuer Depot of tbu Chltaeo, Ht. Li.inf
and .it w (irlenna: Illinoli1 t'eiitrul; Wabarh, St.
Louia and Pacific; lion Moutititiu and Snntherti,
Mobile utid Ohio; (.alr and St. I.oina Kainviiyr
are all JiiHt acroa the ureet; while the Steamboat
Lauditit! Ic but one 'jlure illKinnl,
Tin Hotel la heu d by cteiim, has team
Laundry, llvdriii.llc Klevntur, Klectrlc Cull lell.
Autoinntlc Kire Alaniit. liutlia. aliHolulely ptiro air,
pertuct eerae mid complete appointment.
Haperb f'u r iiichi nr1 ; pel feci "crvice; and an nn
sic. ill t talile,
Ii. J. PAUK K I ' .V ( !0.. lm
WK will fsv !hiior ttwt'd )-r iff tw-t lrr Cnrnvyni
fj.n'ri, M-i iru It.-1 .-fi'i n, (' -ii l I'fc'l'in r'iithtrir-il
t cknuot run- r,u. Wr-t'i V-j. irn t, Lur I n!i, hm tl ilm
Uotillrr (Mrlrtlr n.'iifht t ll) 1 l.rv -jirly V'UMr , i.J
fttvrr f 1 to Rur uluiut li n. F 'tic, I, ) $ U-t i, t.u
Uiolit (i.lii, vi rnU. Kit ml. I v k,l inmWu, H 0r
fMitiUiitiu a 1 luiiuii.m. Tli i 1 1, -. n u Ji.i .rid only ,y
JoIlN c. wl-t A u, im a im w. k'n-n m , ouu-nr
Vm IniJ I'laa.t- iiui l ii.all ( nyu 1 t, m i l.f S eutaiAaj p.
Keaffh is Wealth !
Du K. f. Wr.HT's Nkiiv: and lliuis Tiif.at.
Men T ifiiimuitftil ptvili'' for llyM'-rin, lJizji.
riHaa, lonvulnioli, Vila. Nervotm Ni-iiuiIkio,
Hi'KiIiiclic, N. rvnuH Proitrntion chumm! L) tbn iiki
ofaloohnl or toh:woi), Wnk' f tilnow". Motitnl JJo
lirtwuion, KotioimiK of tho llnuti n aulting in in
annity nnl lending to nn.-'Ty, tlwny mid (tenth,
I'rt'ni ntr.ro Old Aic Hum imews Lokm of towrr
ID Olllier hut. Inn.lunwiry ihpl atid Hpotllliit
cirrlKracinUN'd hyoMrj,ai.rtinii of thi.tiruiti, aelf.
kliunn or ovor-i loliil u"iu '. l .ai Ii box contain
mm motitli troiitiiieiit, (t.'ii it Inn, or ix linie
Xurf Ui,wnt liyinuil pri-i 'ml on rvM'iptof prico.
W f. Ul'.X UW'th'.V. Kl IIOM.H
To cure nny cum. Wilfi Mich order rn-oivil liyti
for fit Imxiw. coi)tiiinifd illi i. wu will
Mini lbi piircliitiiertiur writb-n hhhikiiUhi to ro
tund Iho niont-y it thn tn'nliiH'tit duea notvUeut
tour. tiiuu'iiiiUxiB ikmuoU only by
HAItJiY W. WCI1U1I.
DfttiriiliU Cor. Commarcliil avj. A IH.b i ..Cairo
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nirravlnira Cover tha tbreoeraanf tiloneer urn.
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idnpa urapldc, thrilling namitlva with profiivane
Of ologaiit llluitlrailoti, h eminent artlala Nearly
11 personal pnnrtllt", embracing all tbo pioneer
leader. belde acorei of Incident. A plctine
iralmryof raro lnttirnnt. A true hlatorlcal work of
thrllllUK adventum In forum, puina, mountain and
trrarun covurl wencrn prou'en and civilisation.
FlghM with Indian! dopuratu adventure; nar
row etcapea; wild life on the Imnlar. A urand
book for a.enl. Outaalle everything Ti octavo
pace. Low In price. In reach ol M . Agent'
complete onlnt Tfi ctnli. rlte at once for
confidential term and II tilrated dcucrlf tlou.
Addte, N. 1. IMDMPBUN CO., Pub.,
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The Daily Bulletin.
OFFICE! NO. 78 OHIO LKVKR.
OFFICIAL P1PKK OF ALEXANDER COUNT?.
ENTKKRD AT THE CAIRO rOUTOFFICK FOR
VKAN8MIBBI0N T11B0CG1I TDK MAILS AT
BRCOND CLASS RATES.
Projoctorg and ,roj,o'i!es.
Our bows and arrows wore mado of
tho 8traii;ht?ht praincd hickory Tho
cross-j;iin requiml considcraMe tronblo
in the lunkiD; hut, onco done, its aim
was much more aocurato than that of
tho siniplo bow and arrow. In tho
first place, a pieco of half-inch pino
plank, threo foi't and four incites tons;
and six inches wide, was selected. lioth
sides having been planed, tho shape of
tho cross-i;un was marked and tho
wood cut away. Threo inches from tho,
end a hole about an inch square was
cut with a knifo or chisel, through
which tho bow might bo slipped and
fastened. The distance from the eud
of the trigger was two feeL The bow
was four feet long. Tho upper surface
of what might bo called the barrel was
channeled with a gouge or curved chis
el; and thore was a trigger so placed
that, when it was pulled, it would re
lease the string from a notch and shoot
to a great distance the arrow that lay
in the groove.
Tho simplest pop-gun that we had
was a quill three or four inches long,
with a bit of a stick for a 'rammer.
Slices of potatoes four or iiro slices to
the inch furnished the amiinition, tho
sharp ends of the quill cutting through
and punching out the wads w ithout any
trouble. Larger pop-guns, of course,
were made of pieces of the aider bush,
about a foot long. The pita having
been pressed out, the gnu was ready
for the wads of wet paper. Sometimes
a bit of a bamboo fish-polo served the
same purpose; but tho bore was requir
ed to be not only straight, but of uni
form size throughout. A "squirt-gun"
was made after the same manner as a
pop-gun, except that one end of the al
der or bamboo was closed with a block
of wood through which an awl-hole
had been bored. The rammer also be
came a "plunger" by the addition of a
piece of leather or "sucker" at tho end.
Kqtiipped with this water gun, the boy
was a terror to the whole .ehoo!. An
other kind of pop-gun was made from
a piece of bamboo. A simple hollow
tube of alder was also used as an air-gun
for shooting peas by the quick expulsion
of the "breath.
Aside from an old, roughly made
hickory pistol, painted in green and
red, none of our appliances for tiring
lire-crackers have survived to this day.
We wero so fortunate as to be present
ed with an old rinV-barrel, and it was
indeed a prize Thcru wero throe of
us, and the barrel was therefore cut
into three pieces by a file. Then came
the hardest work of all, for each of the
three boys wanted the rear end of the
barrel, on wu.l-j there was an old-fashioned
flint-lock. So wo "drew cuts,"
and the two who drew pieces of the bar
rel that were not bo good took them to
the gunsmith and had the ends "plug
god up" with pieces of iron. After a
great many trials, we finally gave up
tho old guu-barrel, and went back tn
our lead caunon, as the safer of the
two. From "The Playthings and
Amusements of an O'd-Jaihioned Hoy,"1
vi St. Nicholas for October.
The Waste of Animal Fool
Tho flush of domestic animals fit for
food is almost a waste substance in
many countries, since it cannot be lo
cally consumed nor profitably pre
served, lu the River Flatte republics
alone there are 80.0itO,(X0 sheep and
25.000.0iX) cuttle to a population of
2,500,000. For years sheep were only
valued there for their wool, and, when
flayed, carcasses were lett there to rot,
or, when dried, piled up in stacks for
fuel, while later on they were boiled
down for thoir tallow. Sheen get very
fat in tho province of Iiuenos Ayrcs,
and those of three and four years will
give frequently from eighteen to twenty-live
pounds of tallow. Countless
numbers of sheep are boiled down every
year in the so-cailod grawias only for
tho tallow, which forms one of the
staple articles of export. The mutton
is thrown away, or u,ed in a dry state
In the five years ending with 1850,
more than 1,500,000 sheep and '.'00,000
horned cattle were boiled down simply
for their tallow, in the colonies of Nuw
South Wales and Victoria.
We English are great meat eaters,
and, as our home supply is qtiito insuf
ficient, we have to import more than
600,000 tons every' :a r. Willi tho
growth of our population, and the de
. creasing numb'T of live-stock at home,
tho imports of meat from abroad have
prodigiously increased in the last quar
ter of a century.
In a paper read before the Royal
Colonial Instittiti', Sir Francis Hell, thn
agent-general for New Zetland, stated
that frozen meat in any quantity can
ba placed upon this market from the
otl.ei sido of the world at 6d. to fijd. a
pound, leaving a good profit to tho
grower. "This," he added, "ought ul
timately to make meat cheaper here, or
at least prevent tho further rise now
threatened. Australia and New Zea
land can, in fact, export T'M.OOO tons of
meat a year, or 2,otn) tons a day, w hich
is not much more than you want in
Knglund even now, without reducing
even the capital number of their nheep
and cattle, and wo are able to send on
sheep to Smithficld wilh greater east-to-day
thnn the Tweed farmers could
one hundred years ago, when meat was
selling at a penny a pound in Scotland
against tenpenco iu London." Popu
lar .Science Month' ij.
Monday Evknino, Oct, 23, 1883
A strong wind from the north prevailed
to-day( and tho weather, aside Irom that, is
chilly, almost down to freezing point, ren
dering fires indispensable fur comfort.
There is no material change in the mark
et since last week',' as will be noted in our
reference to soparatu branches.
Tbo rivors have era wlod slowly up thoir
banks until far abovo low-water marks
Tonnage ii plenty and freights rather scarce
FLOUR The market is very dull and
stocks of all grades ara lull. Tho little de
mand noted Is entirely fur choice.
HAY Full stocks and very dull. Ite
ccipis are light and demand small.
CORN We note a fair inquiry and imal
supply. Prices are firm and higher.
OATS Market stiff. The supply is light
and demand good.
MEAL Very scarce and firm at quota
BRAN The demand is fair and stocks
BUTTER Choice is in good request and
limited supply. Common grades are plenty
EGOS The markot is bare to-day. Ar
rivals are not sufficient for the retail trade.
POULTRY Choice young chickens are
in tair demand and scarce. Turkeys find
ready sale, but liberal receipts at present
would glut the market.
APPLES There is a good demand for
choice stock only at 2.50$2.75; common
at $1.00($$1.50 are not wanted.
Sales and Quotations.
NOTE. The price nere given are for aalea from
flrtt band In round lota. An advance In
charged for broken Intern DUlnaordor.
100 bbl family
SiiO hhle vartoua grade
IiM bhla choice ..
lm) bbla extra fancy
.S 00 26 SJ
Scar gilt edge
i cars gilt edge
.? ram h lie., . . . . .
ur. rlmlA . 9 00(39
1 cara prarle w
8 car mixed in bulk...
a.cara white In balk.
3 car choice, in bnlk
4 cara mixed in balk - r"
i cart in eacka
No. 2 Ked, per bu ...
No. i Medlteranean.
l'Vi bbl Cttv on orderi.
100 bbl City
5ft) ponnd? choice Northern dairy,
rvn pounds choice Northern dairy.
4"n pound southern Ills, freh...
.'y pound creamery
&'0 pound creamery ,
6 i0 dozen.
5 coop mixed young and old....
.Scoop laro young
3 coop old hen
....2 25 12 75
2 M33 no
Per bbl choice Ben Davl
" ' Komi B atity..
Smoll var etlca
rotntoc per buh &40
Potatoea per bbl '&
10 Crate, according to 1ze i f0
U. C. Until..
Ban t ,
t. John V
Ohio River 1 00
2V) bnhel bnrlapa
I'eache. halve and uuarter SftRV
Choice navy ....
i. noma medium ,
CHIC KM S.
Choice, Factory , 12
Dry Flint choice
II n u.l.
urvt'u pni v.. ....... ..... ,
Sheep Pelt, dry...
snuep ren. green
Damaged 11 Idea...
TO II AUTO.
.. A aj, at 1H
owUaf. " 1 S2f S 5
U..,ll,,m I ...,r ' f'"C 1 "
m Mri 7 ffl
(lor Leaf ('; 7 aj)jj 9 ro
RATES OF FRB1UIIT
' v ,'r.i'Biii,M.,
Vlrkburf, Prlntee Home, nnr ei.. and
ct per bbl. higher. '
All ol horwav point below Momphltto KeaOr
cut, rame rate at to Kllueatou.
V .... '. fva
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j A. iiOLoSTlNK Treaaurer
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THOMAS LF.WI8 Secretary
ED. II. WHITE Altant Secretajy
KX KC UTI V JO CO M M 1TTKK.
Wm F. PITCH KR, L. S. THOMAS,
V C.JOl'KLYN, F. VINCENT,
WILL T. UEllbTK.N.
J. A. Goldtlue, of (ioldi-tlne & Roenwati-r, whole
tale aud ret nl rtrv good, etc.; Ja. S. Mcfiahey,
lumhur dealer; Wm. F- Pitcher, general airont ;
Albert Lewi, dealer in llour and grain; L. S.
Thorn, bricklayer; .Moo Phillip, contractor
and builder; II. A. C'liumliley, grocer: J to.
Lewi, ecreliirv and aitorneyat law ; A . II.
Mareiin, lNmepathic bhyaiclan; II Sa der, of
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vior; Kd II. White, 't aec. W. iO, SI. A. So.
ri.ir. I W nl,r. lumber and taw-mill: K. L.
Qt-nil'gon. barber: K. H Dietrich, clerlt V.. St L.
AP.K Ii.; M. Ivoliier. Iiieicnum iniior; ueii .m,
Clarlt, dealer In wall-paper and window ehade; J.
t? L-..,ik .nt..rt,... arwl liitllHi.r Willi'. Ked-
c. r.1110-m, i i m , ... re.,,. .- .
burn, ol More A Kedlmrn, cigar manufacturer-;
F. Vincent, dealer in nine anil teniem; i. n.
Pheln. nhotoirrapher; W. (. Jocelyn, dentn-t; S
ll.Taher. mfs. ieweler:.!. II. Hobinon,J, P. and
notary public; J. S. Petne, phyician : U .
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taw-mill, of Cairo; II. l.eigliton. cu"blr N.it.
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bore, Ky.i J.W. Tarry. phv!cian. Fulton. Kv
Tounjr Men. Middle
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by mail irom Alien rnatroacy,
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w f,(,rvoii Debility, Ner
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r nnnui rnnn
r onHin ruuu
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