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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2, 1883.
THE BEST TJIISQ KXOJry
in uaru or soil, uomr
: pATTO T ABOR. TIME SOAP AMAZ
1NGLY, sua t..... tvfrHl satisfaction. HQ
family, rich or poor, should be wiumuHs.
SoldbyallOrocer. UEWAHK erf Wtatlou
ell dealinied to unsleaii. I'KARUsIS
NLY iSkK labor-saving compound, and afc
Clears the above symbol, aud name ol
JA.U19 I'VLE. NEW YORK.
' and MALARIA.
From these sources urtwo thieefoarthsof
too diseases of the human ruoe. These
symptoms ijiinoato their exint enoe : Lota ol
Appetite, Jiowels costive, Mick Head
ache, fullness after eating, aversion to
ciertion of body or mlud, lnaotatlou
of food, Irritability of temper, Low
aplriU, A feeling of having neglected
ome duty, IMzzluess, Fluttering at the
Heart, Doti before the eyes, highly col
ored I'rlue, COAsTIPATlOM, and de.
msnd the use of a remedy that acta directly
on tho Liver. AsaLiver medicine TCTT'8
PI LLS have no equal. Tlietr aotlon on The
Kidneys and Skin in also prompt ; removing
all Impurities through these toiee " icav
engrrs of the system," producing uppe.
tlte, sound digestion, reguliir stools, a clear
skin and a vigorous bod v. TCTT'S Pit LS
cause no nausea or griping nor Interfere
with dally work and nro a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
HE FEELS LIKE A SEW IIA1V.
"I have bad Dyspepsia, with Constipa
tion, two years, and have tried ten different
kinds of pills, and TCTT'S are the first
that have done me anv good. They have
cleaned uie out nicely. My appetite is
splendid, food digests readily, and I now
.have natural pasHagea. 1 feel like a new
'man." W. D. EDWARDS, Palmyra, O.
Buiaeverywhero.a.to. Offlce.41 Murray 8t.,N.Y,
TUTTS HAIR DYE.
Gkat Hair oh Whiskers changed in.
stantly to aGu88T Black by a single Bp.
plication of this DTK. Sold by Druggists,
or sent by express on receipt of SI. '
Office, 44 Murray Street, New York
TITT'8 MAKVAl OF USCFVL RECEIPTS FREI.
TO PRESERVE THE HEALTH
Use the Magneton Appliance Co.'s
Magnetic Lung Protector !
PRICE ONLY 85.
They are prlceleas to ladies, gkntlembn and
CHILDH- M With WEAK Ll'NOB; no C8SO of I'.V tL'MON ' A
ob choup It ever kn v,a where these
garments are worn. Tney aliio prevent and cure
heart Dirncni.Ttre, colds, biiujh tibm. kbural-
OlA, TUUOAT TllOf BUBS, UlPHTll rRIA, CAT ABR8, ANU
all KmniiKO disease. Wld any aurvice
forTuuEE tears. Are woru ovel the unticr-cloth-
ease tW is sappliiK the 1 fi 1
uecaiess 10 oescripe tne
us of Ibis nauseous ills
saputug the i in aua strength ui only
too rnnnv ortlitt laitest ana bestot noin sexes
Labor, sitidy sid resean li In America, Europe and
Kstu:n iamls, hive resulted in fie Magnetic Lung
Protector, affording euro fr Catarrh, a remedy
which contains No Dui'tiniNa or 1 11 R t-vsTEM, and
with the continuous stream o' .Msnctiera per
meating through the atlllcleJ organs, must he
T0 BE TI1EMT0A BKALTIIY CT.ON. WS PLACE CUB
pairs foi this Appliance at less 1 1) nil one-twentieth
of the irtc asked hy others for remedies upon
whlt-h you tike nil the chances, and ws especial
lt invite ti.e natronnire ol the many rKitsoNs who
bave ( ltd umuuiNu THEin sToMru without ep-
HOW TO OBTAINS jTS
I10 to vour dniz
gist aud ak for them. If t h . y bave not got theui,
write t.. the proprietors, e -closing the price in let
ter, at our rk snd they ehAli he ont to yon at
once hy rani, postpaid.
8;nd' stamp for the "Nuw Deoartnre In Medi
cal Treat out wituoCT MKb.ctxa," wi,h thou
sands of te.tlm miai".
TUB MA'JN KTON AP' LIANTE CO..
218 ntite Street, Chiciiro, III.
Note S ;Bd one dollar in po-taje stamps or
curr ucy(in letter at our rtsK) with size of shoe
usually worn, d try a pair of our Magnetic la
soles, aud be c itiviiiced of the power residing In
our -uutietic Appliances Posi'lvely nocoldfeet
where tiiey are worn, or nvm v leftinded. 109-ly
ba-- ea!'ed nn etiviuble
r ,tlttl!n wherever
I ! WTarrh coLB'.li i r
Ki own, (1ispla:ihK a;l
sr' c e of undouhted
8 MOT A
LIQUID OR 9NCFK
HAY-FEVEP A; ply by t),e linger
e 1 v n. to the nostrils.
When alisnrhed It tlfecti ally cleanses the imsal
fas-a.'ts of vtrts ChuhIi.k fceslthy secretions,
t almjs li fliininia'ioii, pre tens the 11 e it
brsnnl II inu's of the head from addl'lonal
colds completely heals the s res and restores the
setse of tale and smell. liemnVlal results are
reallEed by s few at plleatlons.
A I HU'tuUUil TnEA I M K VT WILL CL'UB.
Uneqtialed tor Cold in the Hond, Headache ilid
peafue-s, or anv k nd ol umcuus memiiranal Irrita
tion, f-end for cirrniar. hy mall, prepaid 50 c.
-tlaek !? stamps received, hold by all whole
tale rod retail d legists.
KLV'bCltE A-M BALM CO., Owego, N. Y.
2. ''.-. --..If.i vV'iv- -J.t.-'r
A New and complete Hotel, fronting on Levei.
Bucuiid aud itatlroad streets,
The PaiseDKer Depot of tae C'blcavo, St. Lonlt
aua .ew urieans: inuiois central; Wabarh, ht.
Louis and Pacific: Iron Mountain and Hnuiharn
Mobil d Ohio; Cairo and 1st. Louis llaiiwava
. are all just across the street; while the Steamboat
Landing u 001 one aunar aistant.
This note is heated h steam, has stMtn
' Laundry, Hydraulic Elevator, Klectrlr Call Bella,
Automatic Flre-Alarms. Baths, absolutely pure air,
paneet se werKB uu vouijieie appointments,
esperb fnrmshltig; perfect service; and an an
t Lta V. PARKKK Ac CO Lsks
The Daily Bulletin.
J.- i in T; . !o.
..: .. . 1 v !is :n -1 l'iit ,. - -'Cii-
".ilil.v 1' t -i: irMI HlL'tlKIIII'U'l ili.oniltM'll. 1
ri'i liiinly In' i (itui(''il iin.'iiio lite iiiimiior.
I have si'on in N:.!li- im'ii ami wottion
l'Mil'm; roi ',A trui! -!- I littrns
Ihrmitjli tho ir.riiv it-h I-: 1 strccti,
from whi'-'i iiu v at inU rvaU fresh
n.ilk for the IitfuHit oi their Xoapoli 1:111
cmtonv'T---, luit that siVlit was not more
intt'i-,ti:i titan is the one I see here in
Piiris that N to say, thu-k; of hlaek
;oats, from wliit h is ilaily ilrawn lacte
al lltiitt for the lii iielit of old ami youii),'.
It is quite a eight, the niornin roniou
adeofthe.se maiiy-o.ils. No hearded
bucks are )enuitud to accompany thin
excursion of t!ie milky way, tramping
onietlv aloiifr the sidewalks, brushing
tlicir iilat k hairy bodies aaiust one's
new trotix-rs or the skirts of richly
dressed ladies, wcll-rillnd udders almost
touching the ground and overflowing
with milk of animal kindness. The
Basque berger, or goatherd, is a pictur
esque looking individual, quite in keep
ing with his gentle but strong smellin"
associates. IU has retained the red
cap Hud short, dark-blue jacket of his
native rvreucrs, ami hanging irom ins
neck Ls a litlln flute, h tint piut-eof wood
not larfjcr than your hawl. on which
from time to time he blow some wild,
shrill note-i. that serve to attract the at
tention of Ids customers, as well as to
recall ntiv of In's tlock whose curiosity
has led tliem to linger too long at som(
open uln p-door.
At the hergcr's heels is one of the
Pyrenees mountain dogs, in close rela
ti ui to. the Highland collie, with soft
e.vprc.sivc ee.-., jui.I long shiny hair,
and it perforin, it iluty that of keeping
any of the flock from turning the wrong
corner aud straying away with the
nnint conscientious and intelligent accu
racy. There are ten or a doen goats
in each flock, nnd they tire on duty only
every other day. Occasionally one of
tiie mother. is accompanied by a snort
ing kid, which gives no little trouble to
the dog and delight to the juvenile cus
tomers of the goatherd. This fellow
lives outside of Paris, but every morn
ing he starts for the city at an early
hour to servo his customers this one in
the bourgeoise quarter of the Fau
bourg St. Deuis, that one to the aristoc
racy of the Faubourg St. Germain,
another along the grand boulevards,
and so on throughout the Capital. The
bonnes are always ready for him, and
they are often accompanied by the little
invalid, the milk being the best when
drank warm from the udder. The
goathrd calls up one of his flock, the
docile nanny snnmits to being milk
ed without "kicking," and having
pocketed his three cents for a quarter
of a pint, he moves on, merrilv blowing
his flute to attract the atteutfon which
his position deserve. By 10 o'clock
his round has been made and his flock
are on their way back to the country.
Outside the fortification there is a
halt, and while the honest berger eats
his frugal dejeuner the goats are-nibbling
at the green grass which grows
along the ramparts. - Cnr. S. F. Chronkle.
k Mimeum OWnaman Investigated oy a
Hoy To, n bvinht-fned, intelligent
( 'hinamnn, living in Philadelphia, stroll
ed into the Dime Museum for an hour's
enjoyment. After taking a long; look
at tlie wonderful stomach of the fat boy
he approached the elevated platform on
which stit Che Mali,. the Chinese dwarf.
Che Mali did not exhibit any extraordi
nary emotion at the sight of his coun
tryman. He did not, as .several specta
tors thought he would, shriek out a
Chinese welcome, or leap from the stage
in an ecstaov of delight.
"Talk to him, John," said a bystand
er, nudging the Chinaman in the ribs.
"Ask him why he didn't go into the
Che Mah appeared somewhat uneasy,
as the laurulryuian stepped forward
and looked him in the eye. "How do?"
queried the dwarf, with a miniature
"Doocy se chang lung," replied the
"You Canton Chinaman?" asked Che
Mali, evidently ill at ease.
"Yes, me Canton Chinaman; you
Canton?" asked the laundryman.
"Me Ning-po," answered" tho dwarf.
"Hing wah die lung doo sheing?"
again chanted the laundryman, to the
great delight of the crowd.
The dwarf made no reply to this very
simple question, but stared blankly at
the speaker for a moment and picking
up his fan began fanning himself. Then
turning suddenly he said in very excel
lent English. "Oh, give us a rest. You
make me tired. I've been so long away
from China that. I forget the language.''
"t.laut talkr ejaculated the usitor,
lifting his eyebrows in surprise. "Ke
sang t'se? Vhele yu bleen allee time?"
"It's me beliife,'"' said an Italian no
bleman standing near, "that the wee
mon is a Corkoninn."
"Dlam flaml," said the real China
man, in a disguised tone; "clant talk
Canton clant talk Xing-po, slay noth
ing but glive us a lest niakee me tlied.
Mlabe he Jap no Chinaman," and off
the indignant visitor walked.
Canada thistles may be easily got rid
of by tho following simple treatment:
First tramp tho plant to the ground,
bruising it as much as possible, then
put immediately over the roots a hand
ful of common salt. At tho end of ten
days repeat the dose to kill the young
sprouts. This generally kills. Of
course, this method may not be the best
to use on a large tarm, but for the yard,
garden, or orchard it is about as easy
and effective as any other.
Thuhbday evening, Nov. 1st, 1883.
The woatbor since Monday has been de
lightfully clear, and pleasant were it not
rendered rather cool by a strong north wind
that has prevailed lincc Monday.
The market is cnnerallv in a rathr lif.
less condition with no immediate prospect
There is a good stage of water to all
river points and tonago plenty, but rates on
ircignt noid nrtn.
FLOUR Steady, but extroinoly dull
with httlo if any change in prices.
HAY Receipts are light, but fully up
to the demand which is only for choice to
CORN Stocks are limited, but sales are
slow and quotations shaded in favor of
OATS Plenty offering and movement
small. The market is quiet but prices ore
Arm and unchanged.
MEAL The supply is light owing to
lack of good milling corn. Prices are firm.
BRAN Stocks are all held by the
BUTTER Plenty coming in and mirk
et a little weak.
EGOS Market booming and receipts
light. Not enough comes in for tho retail
CHICKENS Scarce and firm. Choice
sells readily at outside quotations.
TURKEYS Good demand and very
APPLES Choice shipping stock is in
active request and scarce.
POTATOES Market overstocked and
ONIONS Full market and small de
mand. Sales ancf duotatione.
NOT. The prices Bars given are for sales from
urst hands In round lots. Ad advance Is
.char ned for broken lotsin fllllnaorders.
10O bbls family 85
300 bbls various grades t WSS S3
80S bbls choice 4 8&4 0
3 cars gilt edge 11 m
Scars choice Timothy 10 00
3 cars pr me - 8 00
4 cars mixed In bnlk 46
2 cars white in balk 49
Scars choice , in balk 9
5 cars mixed in balk ..... 29
it cars In sacks - 34
No. 2 Hed, per bo 8312195
No. 3 Medlteranean 1 00
10(1 bbls Citv on orders 9 50
100 bbls City 2 45
In sacks TO
500 pounds choice Northern dalry. 22
TOO pounds choice Northern dairy 22&M
400 pounds Southern Ills, fresh.... 16tz.20
890 pounds creamery 6
600 doEen 21J
800 dozen .., lil
Large choice... 8 00
Smml .. .... : 6 00
5 coops mixed young aud old 2 2541 75
Scoops larue young ,. 2 60
S coops old hens 2 75(33 00
Per bbl choice Ben Davis S 75ft3 OTi
" ' Roma Beauty 3 753 00
Small varieties 1 M)
Choice Wiuesaps .S &02 65
Cho'cered , 1 25
C'noloe yellow . 2 60
Potatoes per bush.. S0&4O
Potatoes per bbl 1 25
10 Crates, according to'slse...,
Fine unwashed -
,. 9 CO
8. C. Hams...
... .. 18
Han a .....none
Sides ., none
kt. Johns ! 15
Ohio Kiver 1 CO
2V4 bushel burlaps
0 nushei .
Peaches, halves and quarters
Dry Flint choice "
Green Salt , '
Plum Green . '!
Sheep Pelts, dry
Sheep Pelts, green........
JlJ,; 4t"a5 0L
tfedlnm Laf.V.V.V.'.V.V.'.V.V.V.V.V..'.'.'.'. so 7 ffl
GcaLeaf. ., 7 60 9 f0
RATES OF FREIGHT.
oeiena, Am ,,
Vlrkshnro. Print.'.. U?,.. o7. ... a VJi
ealperbbl.Vgher: ' " cwv"
All other was points below Mempbll to He Or
ens, asms rates as to Kllneaton.
R R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL B. It.
Tra.ns Depart. Trains Arrive.
Mall 8:05 a.m. I tMall i:05a.m.
Accom li.at m, Klpresa 11 10 a.m.
tExpreas- 8 10 p.m. Accom ii;85 p.m.
C. ST. L.4 N. O. B. B. (Jackson route).
tMall 4:45 a.m. I fMsll ........ .4:80p.m.
tExpreas ...... 10 80a.m. I Express ....10:80a.m.
tAccom 8:50 p.m.
ST. L. A c. 11. R. (Nsrrow-gauge).
Express ...8:00a m. Express 1:15 a.m.
Ex. Mail... 10:30 a.m. Kx. A Mall...4:10p m.
Accom 12:ofip.m. Accom 2:00 p.m.
ST. L. A I. M. B. B.
tExpress 10:30p.m. tExpreas ..2:80 p.m.
W., ST. L. P. K. B.
Mall A Ex....4:C0a.m. I Mall A Ex.. 9.80p.m.
'Accom 4:00 p.m. I A ceo 11 I0::)0 a.m.
Freight .-.7:45 a.m. Freight.... ...6. 45 p.m.
MOBILE A OHIO It. B.
Mall 5:55 a.m. Mall 9:10p.m.
Daily except Sunday, t Dallv.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
Arr at I Dep're
P. O. I rm PO
I. C. K. R.Cthrotiifh lock mall). 5 a. m
" " ..U:40a m 8 p. m
" (way mail);. 4 30p.m. 9 p.m.
" (Southern Dlv 5 p. m. 9 p. m.
Iron Mountain R. R 2:3" p.m. 9 p. m.
Wabash K. K.... to p. m. 9 p. m.
Texas & St. Louis R. R 7 p. m. 6 a. m.
St. Louis A C-lro R. R 5 p. m. 9:80 am
Ohio River 3 p. in. 4 p. m-
Miss lUver arrives Wed., Sat. St, Mon.
" departs Wed., Frl. 4 Sun.
P O. gen. dol. op nfrom 7:80am to 7:30 pm
P.O. box del. Oven from 6 a.m. to 9 p. m.
Sundays gee. del. open from... .8a. m. to 10 a.m.
Sandavs box del. open from.... 6 a. m. to 10 :30am
HrNOT. Changea will he publlehed from
time to time In city papers. Chance yonr cards ac
cordingly. WM. M. MUKPUY, P. SI.
r.ayor Ihnmaj. W. Ha ln'ay.
Treasurer Cuarlte F. Ncllis.
Clerk Denms. J. Foley.
Counselor Wm. B. Gilbert,
flarshal L. H. Meyers,
Ttornev Wllltam Hendrif ks.
Police Magittiate A. Comings.
aoAHD or iuiahMia
Kirst Ward-Wm.McHale, Harry Walker.
Second Ward-Jesse ninkle, C. N. liuizhes.
Third Wrd-B. V. Biake, fg ert Smith.
Fourth Ward-Charles O. Patler, Adotph Swo-
(i'ifth Ward Ohas. Lancaster. Henry 8'ont.
Circuit J udge 1). J. Baker.
Circuit Clerk A. H Irvin.
County Judge J. II. P.oblnson.
Cotinty Clerk h. J. Uunni.
Couuty Treasurer Miles W. Parker.
Sheriff John Hodges.
Coroner R. Fitzirerala
County Commissioners T. W. Uallidiy, J. O'
Mnlcahey and Peter sarin
CAIRO BAPTIST. Corner Teuth and I'oplir
streets; preaching every Sunday mo ulriganrt
night at umal hours. Prayer meet.ug Wedues
cay night; Sunday school. :80 a n
Rev. A. W. .VcOAQA, Pastor.
pHURCU OF THE HEDHKIIKK (EpUrm,
Konrteenth street; Sunday 7:00a m., lloly
Communion 10:30 a. m., Uii.iLg Prayers 11 a. m.
Sunday school 8 p. m.. Evening Prayera 7:20 p. ni
F. P. L'avenport, 8. T. B. Rect.it.
l"ll!fT MISPIONART BAPTIST CHURCH
V Vrearbtiig at 10:80 a. u... 8 p. m., and 7:30 p. m.
.Oabbuth school at 7:30 p. tu Rev. T. J. Shores,
:: s or
I UTHKRAN-Thtrteenth street; services hab
j btith 1:30 a. m.; Sunday school 2 p m. Rev.
l ETHODIST Cor. Eighth and Walnut streeia,
M Preaching Sabbath ll:u0a. m. and 7:30 p.m.
today hehoulst 3:'K)p m. Rev. J. A. Scarrett
pREBTTKRIAN iltrbth stieet; preachirgou
L t:btmth at 11:00 a. uv. aud 7:30 p. m.; prayer
uoetlui: Wuduesdav at 7:80 p.m.; Sunday School
it 8 p.m. Rev B. Y. Geore, pastor.
ST. J'lSKI'II 5 nttoiiian Catholic) Comer Cross
and Walnut streets; services Sabbatn 10:30a.
ii. ; Sunday School at 2 p.m.; Vespers 3 p. m. ; ser
nres every day 8 a m. Ko7. O'Hara, Priest.
m 1 TA l KICK'S- (nM CathnllrJ'tnmar Kliilh
C s'reet and Washington avenue; services Sab
aatb 8 aud 10 a. m.; Vespers 8 p. m.; Sunday School
.' p. m. services every day at 8 a. m. Rev. Ma.stoi.era
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFB INSCK
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
OrganizedJulv Hth, 1877, Tnder the Laws o
the State of Illinois. CopyrlghtedJuh
9, 1877, Under Aetof Congrts.
JAS. 8. McGAHEY .Presldeiu
J. II. ROBINSON 1st Vice-President
M. PHILLIPS 2nd Vice-President
J. A. tiOLuSTINE Treasure!
W. II. V1AREAN l ., . , .
J 8 rKTKIK f Medical Advisers
THOMAS LEWIS , ....Secretary
ED. 11. WHITE Assistant Secretiuy
KXKUUTIVE CO M MITT K K.
Wm. F. PITCHER, L. S. THOMAS,
W. C. JOCKI.YN, F. VINCENT,
WILL T. REDBLRN.
BOARD Oif MANAGKR8;
J. A. Goldstlne, of Goldstlne & Rosenwater. whole
sale and ret.iil dry good, etc. ; Jas. S. McGahey
lumber dealer; Wm. F. 1'ltcher, general aent;
Albert Lewis, dealer in flour and grain; L. 8.
Thomas, bricklayer; .Moses Phillips, con ractor
and builder; 11. A. Cbnmbloy, grocer: Thos.
Lewis, secretary and attorney-at-law; vV. H.
Marean, IUiuiupathic physician; I). Sa der, of
Satder Son. grocers; R, H. Balrd, stree1 super
visor; ?:d II. White, ass't sec. W. & O. M. A. So
ciety; J. W. Spier, lumber and saw-mill; L.
Gcrnlgon. barber: E. B. Dietrich, clerk W., St. L.
& P. R. It-; M. Kobler. merchant tailor: Jeff M.
Clark, dealer In wall-paper and window shades; J.
E. Knglish, contractor and builder; Willi'. Red
born, of Morse & Kedburn, cigar manufacturers;
F. Vincent, dealer in lime and cement; L A.
Pholps, phtitosrapher; W. C. Jocolyn, dentist; S
H. Tabor, ml'g. Jeweler; ,1. II. Robinson, J. P. and
notary public; J. 8. Petri, physician; H. W.
Bostwick, insurance agent; B. E. Jarboe, foreman
Ht. Gas mains, and B K. Walbridge, lumber and
saw-mill, of Cairo; H. Letgbton, cashier Nat.
Bank, Stuart, Iowa; Rev. F. A. Wilkerson, Pryors
u rg, Ky. ; J.W. Tarry, phvslclan.Fulton. Ky.
PROPRIETOR OF SrROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in I
IGF BY TIIE CAR LOAD OR TON.WKU
PACKED FOR SHIPPING
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Lovec,
OA IO. TU.TNOIH.
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t TJKoTKR. aid year opens Sontember lith
Building new. Superior appointments Civil hn-
flneerlug. Chemical, Collegiate, Kngllsh Conrses.
IrculatsofP. W.Barclay, Ksq., W. P. Ilallldav,
Esq .or of Col. THKO? HYATT, Pres't.
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FOUR SETS OF DATE FIGURES.
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Paper, Bill Heads, Check Books, Receipt
Books, &c., &e.
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chine in Southern Illinois.
Independent in all
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