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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MOUSING, OCTOBER 30, 1883.
Rhcumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Headache. Toothache,
Son Throal. fcnclllns;,. !Mrnlna. Urutara,
Kuril. fcrnliU. t'rukl lillr.
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THE HI uti.F A. VOl.l I.KK ( o.
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A Valuable Uico?ery for (applying Mnunctlsm to
the Human svrem. Electricity and Maiructism
u ilizud as never before lor Healing the Sick.
TUB MAGNETON APPLIANCE CO.'S
Magnetic Kidney Belt!
FGU MEN IS
WARRANTED TO CURE
by Kefi'sdid. too following disease withou mod
iclne: Pains in tuk baok, hips, head ob limbs,
MHHVOl'S MBlUTir, LUMBAIIO. O'NtKAL DEBILITV,
KHKl'MATIf M, I'KAI.rl, NKUIULfcIA, KCIAT1A,
DISKAlUt or TIIK Kin.NEYs, KI'ISAl, UISA6BS, Tohrin
liveii, Gent, i-eininal Emissions, Impoteucy,
Asthma, lit art Dlrve, Py-pepe'a, Constipation,
rvaipeia, ludiBeetlon, lkrnia or Knpture, Cat
arrh, rilrn, hpiluppy, I unifo Aeu, tic.
When anv debility of tbe (iESEKATIVR OU
GANS oici'trf. Loit Vita'ity, Lack of Nervo Fnrco
and Vigor, Wanting Weiku';a, and all those Dis
eases of a personal namru, Irom whatever canoe,
tbeconmiaous utreaui of mignetlem permeating
through the parts, must reetore them to a healthy
actum. There la no mistake about tbla Appli
ance. TO THE LADIES: l&S
Weakness of the Spine. Falling of the Womb,
Leucorrluev Chronic Infl'iramation or Ulceration
of the Womb, Incidental Hoiunrrbage or Flooding,
Painful, hupprtased and irrepular .Menstruation,
Barreniie8, and Cbange of Life, this in tho Bet
Appliance and Curative AL'eut kuown.
For ail lornn of Female l)i Acuities it la nnaur
pasced Iit auvthin beford invented, both aa a
curative ajjfut aud aa a source of power and vital
ization. Price of either Bel' with Magnetic Insoles, $10,
aent by express 0 O. I), and examination al
lowed, or by mall on receipt of price. In ordering
send meaxuro ol waist and size of shoe. Remit
tance can be made in currency, sect in letter at
The Magnetic Garments are aJnpled to all ages,
are worn over the underclothing (not next to the
body like the mauy Galvanic and Electric Hum
bugs advrtis d so extensively), and should be
tak n off at n'ght. They hold their l'OYVKK
FuhEVEU. aud are worn at nil seasons of ttio
Send stamp for the "New Departure In Medical
Treatment Witboit Medlciue," with thousands of
THE MAGNETON Al'PLIANCB CO.,
iHti Slutc Street, Chicago, 111 .
Note. Send one dollar in poatagt) eta nps or
currency (in letter at our risk) wita size ol shoe
usually worn, and try a pair of our Magnetic In
soles, and be convinced of the power residing in
our other Magnetic Appliances. Positively no
cold feet whon they aro worn, or money refunded.
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Posiiive relief and inimijni
iy from comidexional Idem
ishes may be round in Hasan's
Magnolia Balm. A delicate
and harmless article Sold
hy druggists everywhere.
It imparts the most bril
liant iinciiife-liko tints, and
the closest scrutiny, cannot
detect its use. All unsightly
Disroloral ions, Eruptions,
Him; Marks under tho eyes,
Sallowness, Redness, Rough
ness, and tho Hush of iatiguo
and excitement aro at onco
dispelled by tho Magnolia
It is the one Incomparable
A New and complete lintel, fronting on Levei
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Tbe Pasenger D'-pot of the Cbtwo, St. Lotila
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Mobile and Ohio: Cairo and St. Louis lianwuvs
are all usl across tbe street; while the Steamboat
Landing is nut one s-juare distant,
This Hotel is tieated by steam, has steam
Laundry, Hydraulic Elevator, Electric Call Hells.
Ant jruatlc Fire-Alarms, Batbe, absolutely pure air,
pencci sewerage aim complete appointments.
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The Daily Bulletin.
Mrs. Brown's Opinions.
What is my ojiiniitn of liioh-tonci!-nos?
TIhtp's nn such wonl in the Kn;
lish liintiag. niay he. lnt"t oxjircssos
what 1 want to say. ami I Iihvp as niurh
l ioht to coin a wonl as anyhody cUo,
narticnlarly when no tlnT wonl exact
ly meets tiii case. Hijjh-tonetiness. ns
1 undiTstand it, moans tho. desiro that
some people have tf holding tip their
heads and the ends of their noses, rela
tively to other people who may have
le.vs money or less social position, hut
not less (rood hroedinr, for well-hred
people are not that kind. To he high
toned in the sense of elevation ahove
the coarser elements', is eommendahle,
hut the mischief of it is that someof tho
coarsest kind of trash a fleet the quality,
and have all'ceted it until it has heroine
to he a term almost of reproach. As
soon as a person can own a tine house
and ride in a carriage, heatl'ects to turn
up hi nose at his former estate, and
cultivates only the faculty of forgetting
the pat. People who have pasts that
cannot lie rcnienihered with comfort,
have to take n deal of toning hefore they
arrive at the pure high pilch, although
it is an easy matter to arrive at the .so
ciety pitch." Women seem to he more
seriously aft'eeled than the men, and
while die husband may find real pleas
ure in thinking of the time when he was
a plain peddler, the w ife is driven fran
tic if the thought comes to her thru he
was ever anything else than a merchant
prince. It does not .seem to occur to
them thai there is more true nobility
and manhood in one man who has the
nerve and the brain to overcome all ob
stacles and rise in spite of circu instan
ces, than in live hundred, who, by acci
dent of birth, inherit wealth and so
cial position. Hone.-ty U royalty, and
though society may not recognize its
crest, the better jiart of man's nature
accepts it, and this bettor part is what
constitutes real high-toned men and
What is my opinion of thoughtless
people? They are a nuisance, general
ly speaking, with some modifications in
particular instances. Inoverthought,"
is given more times than any other, as
un excuse, and it is absolutely no ex
cuse. On the contrary, it is un open
acknowledgement of negligence. A wo
man or a man will sav or do something
which can have no other result than in
jury, greater or less, and when they see
what they have done they wail out, "I
never thought.'.' Ycni "may talk to a
person, ami he w ill interrupt you with
an entirely different subject, or answer
you quite, foreign to the matter of con
versation, and when you take him to
task about the gross impoliteness of his
misdemeanor, he says"l never thought."
People will go along the street so ab
sorbed in themselves as to completely
neglect the courtesy of recognition when
they meet friends! and though it is
probable thej i,ave not sullicient mind
to handle more than one subject at a
time, it provokes you to have them ex
'euse themselves by saying "I never
thought." When the Lord endowed His
'creatures with the faculty of thinking
He, no doubt, expected them to exer
no if, and notwithstanding the, fact of
j His disappointment in so many instan
ces, the original purpose remains, and
people should think. "Thoughtfiilue.ss,"
says (.'hesterlield, "is the lirst principle,
of a gentleman," and we supplement
the polite nobleman's remark by adding
"and a lady, also." There would be
fewer sore hearts, fewer tears, fewer
bitter memories, fewer animosities, few
er enemies in life, if those who make up
life only thought a little oftener tbtui
they do. Mi irkunt TrunUr.
Old Steel Pens.
Says the New York Sun: "Pens aro
made of the very finest steel. and can ho
romelted and used again for many pur
poses. They can be turned into watch
springs and knife blades, and can be
,- P. ... 1 1 :i..i .. :.. .1..,
Iissoivcii anil mauu avana n uie
manufacture of ink. The suggestion is
made that the children of the poor
should lie taught to collect cast-away
pens, and thereby save valuable materi
al and earn money.
The steel from which steel pens aro
made is so thin that it can ho torn like
still' paper. It goes through such tor
menting processes in the rolling.cut ting,
irosing. slitting, aud forming, that it
is a wonder that enough of energy is
left in it to stand the bath of lire, w ater,
and the subsequent heat of the anneal
ing furnace to have any of the original
ite in it. And, in fact, there is little of
the ct'Yi: of the original metal left when
the steel pen has done its brief duty. It
would be much more sensible to gather
up the oxidized scale-, from about the
smith's anvil for making into "watch
springs and knife blades" than to col
lect rejected steel pens for those pur
Tint Aid to the Drowning.
1. flo through his pockets.
2. If there are any trees round hang
the subject up by the legs to let tho
w ater rim out. If you are in a city use
:t. If the subject be a small man pum
mel him with your lists to start the cir
cnlation. If he be a large man give
him a shock with a galvanic battery.
4. Endeavor to start respiration bv
blowing in his no.-trils with a pair of
bellows. If you can't get a pair take
.'. Pour down his throat a mixture of
4.7(5 brandy, L'.L".' ipecac, I.07 paregoric,
I.ihi ammonia, Winlow soothing
(imp. lie very careful to get the exact
If tin; above remedies produce no
I fleet, as a l:i,t hope. sing. "Wait Till
the Chiitds i;,,ll lu," to him, or read
him a fiuniv article from I'umk. If he
then ,-lmv.s m sign of writhing let him
be. lie wa born to be drowned.
7. Ho through his pockets again,--
im . 1 .
Frankfort, S. t'.. has a colored man
who is as much of a prodigy ns "lHind
Tom." His name is Zaeh Taylor, born
in Cartaret county, of parents' who were
slaves, is thirty-throe eur of age, n(.y.
er went to school in his life, and jet he
r in build a mill, repair a watch, tune
a piano, or print a newspaper. The
II o:-t remarkable gift he has, however,
is the ability to repent scripture, which
h can do for hours at a time without
lKitkiug a inihtake.
Kdison is sometimes reproached with
having invented in the phonograjii :
nioro seientifio toy. Hut other useful in
ventions were likewise more toys ntlir-f.
Professor Lankester said in Ids Presi
dential address before tho British A''
ciation that "tho mioroscope.whioh was
a drawing-room toy 100 years ago, hn,
is the hands of devoted and gifted stu.
dents of nature.been tho uieansof givinq
us knowledge which, on tho ono huim,
has saved thousands of surgical patients
from terrible pain and death, and, ou
the other hand, has laid the foundation
of that new philosophy with which tii
name of Darwin will forever ho nsso.
s m 1
Sir Walter Raleigh made his way to
fortune ami fame by politeness. " lie
was not one of the Elizabethan ruffs.
Monday Evening, Oct. 29, 1883.
The rain at noon to-day finally gave
place to clear weather, and the sun has
shone bright and warm since; the first
clear sunshine in four days.
The preseut temperature is very high ;
almost like mid-summer.
The market is generally unchanged and
FLOUR The market rules very dull,
with large stock and weak as to prices.
HAY Common is largely overstocked
and unsaleable. Fancy grades are in fair
CORN The demand ) pretty well sup
plied and the market is easy.
OATS The market rules firm with light
stocks and active demand.
MEAL Firm, scarce and in good de
BRAN Scarce. Stocks are mostly held
by the mills.
BUTTER Choice and fnr.cy grades are
in good demand and ecarce. Common is
plenty and dull.
EGGS The market is almost bare.
Prices are firm and a Bhadc higher.
POULTRY Choice hr-o young chick.
ens and good hens are in stendy request.
Small and common mix, d r.re dull. Turk
eys are scarce and wanted.
APPLES Choice stor is firm and in
fair demand at quotatior.s.
POTATOES Full stock, dull and a
Sales and Cluotations.
NOTB. The prices ten tnyenarefor sales from
first hands in round lots. An advance Is
lebarged for broken lotsin fllllngordors.
100 bbls family
Hon bills various grades.
1W bbla choice
2 cars (jilt edge
1 cars gilt edge
5 cars choice Timothy.
2 cars mired
7 cars mixed in bnlk
2 cars white in bulk
4 car choice , in hulk ...
i cars mixed in bnlk..
i cars in sacks
No. 1 Red, per bu . ...
No. i Medtteranean.
liM) hbls Citv on orders.
100 bbls City
In sacks 6"'A
WOponnfls choice Northern dairy 22
Tisi pounds choice Northern dairy Klfvi'i
400 pounds Southern His, fresh Is 4,20
600 doacn 20&21
300 dozen 2"
Large choice 8 00
Small ... .14.1.1,1.1 i 00
5 coops mixed young and old 2 25 22 75
Scoops large youDg 2 25
Scoops old Lous 00
Per bbl choice Ben Davis 2 7533 00
' Home Beauty 2 753 no
Small varieties 1 M
Choice W'inesaps .....2 5032 65
Potatoes per bush 30&40
roiaioee per not 1 25
10 Crates, according to size ? CC&U 0
nue uuwsojeu h(tv2f)
8. C. naois.....
Clear sides m 9
. 1 00
2'-i bushel burlaps g
9 nusnei , j2i
Peaches, halves and quarters
Choice navy ....
Choice mediam .
Choice, 'Factory 1
Calf, 0 reen r
Dry Pilot choice 15
Dry Salt - "
Green Salt 8
Plum Green , . t
Sheep I'elta.dry lVt'
Sheep Pells, green .. 1"" 'At
Damaged Hide - hi c
.. 4 sua r. Ol
. 4 VM f nf
,. s now v fO
,. 7 50(4 it '0
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1 v Orleans,.
Klineston, Miss SSVi
VickBburg, I'rintess House, S'ic. per cwt., and
ea. per bbl. higher.
All other war points below Memphis to :f aur
eus, same rates as to Klineston.
The Best Salvo in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, F'ever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents pr box. For sale by Barclay
Mrs. Ann l.acour, of New Orleans, La., writes:
1 have a son who has beeh sick for two vear-; lie
has been uttucded bv our leading physicians, but
all to no purpose, this morning he had bis usual
spell of coughing, and was so greatly prostrated
Inconsequence, that death seemed imminent. We
had in tbe house a bottle of Dr. Win. Hall's Hal
earn for the Lungs purchased by my husband, vho
noticed vour advertisement yesterday. We ad
ministered it according to directions, aud he was
ni'HNO'S CATAKKH SNCFF cures Catarrh
and all atl'ectlons of the mucous membrane.
Baker's Pain Panacea cures pain ill Man and
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Fortunes for Farmers and Mechanics
Thousands of dollars can be saved by us
ing proper judgment in taking care of the
health of yourself and family. If you are
Bilious, have sallow complexion, poor appe
tite, low and depressed spirits, and generally
debilitated , do not delay a moment, but
go at once aud procure a bottle of those
wonderful Electric Bitters, which never fail
to cure, and that for the trilling sum of fif
ty cents. Tribune. Sold by Barclay
Fits Cured Six Years Ago.
"It has been 5 years since I was cured of
fits," says Mr. W. Ford, of Wirt, Jeflerson
Co., Ind. "Samaritan Nervine did it."
And it always will, reader. $1.00 ut drug
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The children ot Israel were once fed by
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doubted case ot "God send." The amelior
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often undertaken, and as often failed. Ely's
Cream balm, however, "has been weighed
in the balance and not found wanting." It
is a sovereign, speedy, certain and pleasant
cure for Catarrh aud Cold in the Head.
Thousands of people have attested this fact.
Ely's Cream Balm is a G.)d-send," wrote
Mrs. M. A. Jackson, of Portsmouth, N. II.,
onMay 22(1, 1682, "I had catarrh for three
years; had tried nearly all remedies, but to
no purpose. Two or ttiree times a week
my nose would bleed quite freely, and I
thought the sores in it would never heal.
Your Balm lias cured me." This preparation
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None But First Class Goods.
In Watches, Jewelry aud Silverware one
should have the best or none. Messrs.
Shcklev & Co., Chicago, are making a
specialty of fine goods, and if you need
anything in Watches, in dust and water
proof cases, Solid Silver or Triple Dated
Ware, Solid Gold or Rolled Gold Jewelry,
send to Shurlcy & Co., they will send a
single article at the dozen price. The) are
vouched for and endorsed by the United
St.ites Express Co., American express Co.,
Southern Express Co., F. W. Palmer, Post
master of Chicago, Gen'l A. C. Smith, Ex
State Treasurer, and many others. Goods
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home. Remember, Shurley & Co., 77 State
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home. Men, Women, Boys or Girls can do
it. II. C. Wilkinson & Co., 195 and 197
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To Tho West.
There are a number of routes leading to
the above-mentioned section, but the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Loui and
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily arc run from the Grand Luion
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Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars ol the very
Crest miike are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
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At Atchison, connection is made with
expross train for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
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This lino offers to parties enroute to the
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