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T1IK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MOU.YLVU, NOVEMBER C, ISS8.
The Daily Bulletin.
A puHurfU ureuurutiuu joiu-
loacd ntnsUy of Essential Oils
lie most penetratlnif Liniment
OFFICE: NO. 78 OHIO LEVEE.
known. So connentruted that a
few DBOP8 applied to the surfaco will Penetrata to the very Bone,
and almost Instantly RELIEVE pain? Ttm gn ii.v,T!'
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
nor dUoolor the Skin, or leave dlsagreeahlo effccU of any kfnd. It
has wo KQPALforthfl Cnre of Rhonmatlam. Snraln.. Rml....
tCN'lt.UKl) AT I'll B CAIRO IWl'OKKICK Full
THANHMI88ION THIMLOll TUB MAILS AT
MKL'ONIi CLASS it AT EH.
Though sunken Id ever Joint nnd liber with fever
and ague, or bllloui rtinlilent, the system may yet
be freed from the malignant virui with Hosteller's
Stoma h Bittern. Protrc' the systcn aisinst it
with this bemrkent antispasmodic, which In fur
thermore a supreme remedy for liver complaint,
constipation, dyspepsia, debility, rheumatism,
kidney trouble! and other ailments.
For sale by all druuirlst and dealers generally
Do you want a pure, bloom
Inj Complex ion Jf 80, a
Tew applications of Hasan's
MAGNOLIA MALM will grat
ify you to your heart's con
tent. It docs away with Sal
lownoss, Jtcdncss, Pimples,
IMotches.and all diseases ana
Imperfections of the skin. It
overcomes the flushed appear
ance of heat, fatigue and ex
citement. It makes a lad? of
THIRTY appear hutTWtX
TI ; and so natural, gradual,
and perfect are its effects,
that ft is impossible to detect
one of tup: best phsicians.
I have been us tig Swift's Snerlfir in my practice
for quite a long tlim-. and 1 regard it the best com
bination as a blood purifier and topic. It is entire
ly vegetable, beinn composed of t'ie ex'rarts of
roou which grow in thil tertian of Georgia. I am
fami'iar with tts historv from the time the forma a
wat abtalned from the Iadians. It it n ertain and
afe remedy for all kind, of blood poion and skin
humor, and In the hundreds of cane in which I
have nsd ii and seen u lined, there ha never been
a failure to enre. I have cured blood taint in
TBI! THIHO (JEHF.RiTION
with It, after I had most finally failed bv the most
spp oved method, of the treatment with mere iry
and iodide of potassium. Th re r.es have been
cured over fifteen years Si;:, and have never had
any retnrn of the disease m tlieoi'elves or in their
children. FKEB A. TOoMEK. M D
I'erry. Houston Co., da.
"It is the best . 1 line remedy In my store, and
all classesof people buy It Khus heroine a house
hold remedy with manv of our best citizens "
WALTER A. TAYLOR,
"I sell Swift's Specific- -often a itross In ten days
at retail- and to all classes. Some of Atlanta'
best people use it regularly as a tonic and alte-attve.
Our treatise on Hlood and Skin Diseases mailed
free to applicants,
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO..
Drawer H, Atlatita, tria.
A Valuable Discovery for supplying Magnetism to
the Human Sys em. Electricity and Magnetism
utilized at never before for Ikallngthe Str:k.
THB MAGSKTON ArPLIANCK CO.'S
Masrnetic Kidney Belt!
FOR MEN IS
WARRANTED TO CURE
r KsruNOtD, the following diseases w Ithou', med
icine: Pains is TH BACK, MIPS, II BW0I1 LIMBS,
KERVOUS DRBII.1TT, HIMBAO'l. O..NBRAL DKBlLITY,
RHBUMATISX, PARALYSIS, NEltRAI.UIA, MCIATIA,
IMSKA8E Or TUB KWNIY..-, SPINAL DISEASES, TOI.PID
Li vi 11, Oout, Seminal Emissions, Impotcncy,
Asthma, Heart Disease, Dyspepsia, Constipation,
Erysipelas, Indigestion, llernia or Kupture, Cat
arrh, Files, Epilepsy, Humh Acne, etc.
When any debility of the OKSERAT1V?. OR
OAN8 occurs, Lost Vitality, Lack of Nerve Force
and Vl(?or, Wasting 'Venkuese, and all those Dls
eases of a personal nature, from whatever cause,
thecontinaons stream of magnetism perineum;
through the pans, must resiore them to a healthy
action. There is no mistake about this Appli
ance. TO THE LADIES:
Weakness of the Spine, Falling of the Womb,
Lpur,frrhiES, Chronic Inflammation or Ulceration
of the Womb, Incidental Hemorrhage or Flooding,
Painful, Suppressed and Irreeular .Menstruation,
jtarrenne's, and Change of Life, this Is the Best
Appliance and Curative Aaent known.
For all tonus of Penule D'uBculties it is unsur
passed by anything before invented, both as a
enrattve agent and as a source of power and vital
Price of either Bolt with Magnetic Insoles, $10,
sent by eiprese 0. O. 1. aud examluatlon al
lowed, or by mall on receipt of price, in ordering
end measure of waist and slue of shoo Remit
Unco can be niado in currency, sent in lettor at
Tho Magnetic Garments are adapted to all ages,
are worn over tho underclothing (not next to tho
body like the many Galvanic and Elcctrio Hum
bugs advertls d so extensively), and should be
tan off at night. They hold their POWER
FOREVER, and are worn at all seasons of the
Send stamp for the "New Departure tn Medical
Treatment Without Medicine," with thousands of
THE M AGS ETON APPLIANCE CO.,
818 State Street, Chicago, III .
Notb. Send one dollar In postage st;i upor
currency (in lettor at our risk) wltti size ol shoe
usually worn, and try a pair of our Magnetic In
oles, and he convinced of the power residing to
onr other Magnetic Appliances. Positively up
cold feet when thev are worn, or money refunded.
Ti-iii"n'iiw will In-your wcililiii-ilav.
Tin fr:iM h j n'C'i'ii r -t 1 . 1 1 1 quests liiililcti,
itiul all iliino, ni;iii' ivwly.
In tin' )i ki ts nf v i tn r vi't i- tin tiny
1m I'l'Mlainiiio; tli( nlili'ii tali-mail
lii''li is in cliiiiio-i' all yrinr fiilin i' lil'i'.
Huw v n ii- lii'itrt licuti with ",!;til, tu-iiiiilliinii-.
tliriililiin iit tlmiilit of tin)
iitiin riri'li't n siinir jut aliuvt.- it, ami
how alMinllv li:t 'Mi liavi fi-lt i'VT
siiici' tin' wiiinli rfiil lliin has lii'fti in
your m--i sinn.
Tli'' rl' t'k in tin' ji-wi'lt'i-'s sturc saw
tlifouli tin- t'lulioi'ate itiicotiivrn of
ymr air, ami was no w hit ilfi'i-ivi-il ly
tlin cari'li'ss turn' in w hich vm aki'l f"f
plain gull rinjjs. Wi'dtlin rinyi.sir?"
lpqtif'-tii.iinl.witl) a sviiiiiatlu'lic sinili',
as lio liamlr-il yti tin- x. 'I'ln'D with
what int. -rot h'r watfhcil vim lit tho lit
ti rln hand on ynur snialfost linor.iv
iiifi adviiM- to weight, si.o nml style
w ith kind frifinMiiii ss.
Out on the stivot, after your pnn-liaso
was inado, w hat ili'lioioiis thrills kojit
tingling throiirh your voins, ami what
a warm sun-liiny fording thcro was
ahout your heart. '
In tho exuberance of ymir joy you
oonld have einhraooil the whoh' worltl,
ami three timos ymt went out of our
way to help liivd. fri'hti neil ohildron
over tie- crowded orosninrrs. Id the
street-ear mmi surn'tidr-reil ynur seat to
the stout woman with the' hi;; market
hasket. without a re'iolliuiis thought. ami
htoml fin the jdiitform with the driver
i'otitr nt"illy for liftoen lnn Mocks. Lit
tle hear piiN le.-ipeil from yrti an
ahitndant harvi t. urn! lively, impudent
hoot-'d:icks regarded VOtl as their leit
itnato prey. Sitting itl voitr arm-chair
now, in your solitary fiacholor apart
ment, soon lo I e Military and bachelor
no longer, you take tho tinyea-ket from
Vtir pocket, and. with the f'ohh ii band
lietweon your tinz' t's, fall adroHinin of
the tilings to. lie.
Deep down in thi! satictuan of your
heart is cherished the vow to love, pro
tect and cherish with all honor and ten
derness the woman this circlet binds to
How earnestly and faithfully you plan
to shield ami pi aril her. striving ever to
advance in truth and tioblenos so that
your breast may always ho a titling
shrine ft,r h.-r purr' hive. With what,
tender reverence you t-'iieh with your
lip the shinm tok'en of the Mis, to bo,
a-t you murmur a prayer in your heart
that God will Mos the triad", new life
nnd make und keep you worthy of tho
little hand so soon to wear oiir wed-ding-riiio;.
In vour reverie in tho deep arm-chair,
lovn holds aloft a fairy mirror, and pic
tures all the morrow's wont!. In fancy
you behold the dear form dad in flow
inp; snowy garments and enveloped in
a tHnisy cloud of lace, floatinrr heide
Villi up the aisle of the t;itelv old
church. Tin' ejinceful drooping head i3
erowiled w ith rirao.e tlowers, and in
the beautiful eves is a tender liuninotM
sinning. Around the .sweei Hps pliys
a ipii critic stniie like an .April -un-sliine,
and the hand on vmir arm t in-Mo-
'riicet'aud folemtt ceremony lupins
whir'h hinds her fair voiitie; lifeto our-,
lo)' joy or jri'ief, weal or woe, till death
shall break the link, and a- the words
lill your ears oil realize w it h erateful.
awed inii'ti-ily tliat a es ;iin, wonderful
responsibility and power owr the h:p-
ltir-ss hi a hiimau lib' is pi von into your
Tlnu you walk dreamily down the
aisle and an' driven home, where ym
partake of tic v,i ddiiip breakfast and
make a -1 it of thanks when the
health of the bridal couple is proposed,
with only a vajrue, indistinct notion of
what ou are doin;,r. for heart and brain
are lilh',1 to overflow iup w ith the plad
iMiltant consciousness that tin' wonder
ful while-robed creature beside you is
our wife, and that mi tie' third tinker
of her hand pleailis your golden wed-ilinp-iinp.
Do rea-on rl.it we thiiiks dat our mud
ders coiil 1 heat anybody cookin' is be
cause we kain't carry do bo 's appertite
inter ule ape.
When my wife says. "1 .m yer think
yer'rl hi tter ih) so an' so." Ieomtuencos
ter arpy wid her, but when she says,
"(Jo an' do so an' so." I hus h's den an'
I knowed one man what was so pood
dat he wouldn't pull a "iteer outen do
ditch on Sunday. He was afterwards
sent tor do penitentiary fur stealin' a
ho.s.s on Tuesday.
Do baby is more ap' ter die den do
man; do little apple is more an' tor fall
den tie well prone one; de ole m:ui is
more ap" ter die don do younp man, fur
do ripe apple is al'ers ready ter tlmp.
II is a miphiy pood thinp ter he 'dus
trious, but too much stirrin"round liu't
porid fur yer. Io pateridpo is more ap'
tor be seed by de haw k when he's tlyin'
'liout dcu whi'ii he.s re.slin' under de
Ouoo a man tide me dal he didn't
witn't de olllce what he had been nomin
ated fur, an' dat he wasn't apwine tor a.
no man ter vote fur him, but when hu
foiui' dat I hiid voted a pin him ho come
nroiin' an' raised a row wid me. Now,
when a canerdate tells mo dat he doan
want do olllce, 1 may not say nuthin',
but I has a miphiy strong 'spieion dat
he's a liar. -Ojiii'. P. llcnd.
He was a masher holding up the
corner, and as a very pretty pirl came
alone he spotted her, and made a break
to mash her. "Ah," he said, with a
greasy smile, tipping his hat, "I beg
your pardon, but tire jou not Miss
-" 15ut before he could continue,
slit) interrupted with: "Not mis-talvcu
iu thinking von are si foul? No, I don't
think I am' ami she sailed past, while
he fell up against a lamp post and gasp
ed as the crowd standing around gave
him the laiijrh till it made him sick iu
foui teen laupuapos.
W. F. ;.amhiiin, river timer rit i us Iti i. i.r.TiN
and steamooat paneugrr .; nt. Orders for all
kinds of steamboat Jul) ,riuti rje- aoiieiu"). OTcs
at Bower's Europenn IT otel. Vo. 73 Ohio levi .
The CotiB. Millar fmrn Cincinnati ar
rived here SuruJny nioniing at 11 o'clock.
She was heavily loaded ; received CO tons of
freight here and a few i..aBi)eger8. Do
parted at 2 p. m. for Meiiiphin.
Tne R. R. Sprinyor from CincinDati ar
riverl Sunrlay morning. She had about
500 tons; received 350 tons here and de
parted for New Orleans at 4 p. in. yester
day. The Golden Rule, with 500 tons of freight
in tow, arrived here at 4 p. m yesterday.
Left at 4 : 30 p. iu. for CiuciDnati.
Capt. Tom Shield, freight agent of the
Anchor Lino here, is now in St. Louis at
tending a meeting there in reference to es
tablishing aod protecting rates between the
Anchor Lino and the Southern Transporta
The D. R. Powell from St. Louis anlvcd
here last evening on her way to New Or
leans. She leaves early this morning.
The UeDry A. Tyler from Memphis ar
rived here yesterday morning at 9 : 80. She
had 7,000 leet of lumber and 100 bales of
cotton. Departed for Paducan at noon;
will return to-night and leave for Memphis
The J. H. Hillman from Naahville, after
a tew months' retirement from the. Cairo
sn l Nashville packet trtde, is out agaiQ
and leaves here at 10 a. ni. this morning on
her return trip.
The City of Cairo from Vickhburg passed
up last night for St. Louis. She had a good
The City of Providence leaves St. Louis
this evening for Vicksburg.
The reliable Vint t'hinkle, which was
among the list uf retired steamers during
the long low water spell, comes out again
and is now nearly as good a boat as when
first built. She will report here Wednes
day morning for Memphis.
The Golden Crown from Cincinnati, rep
resenting the Big O Line, is due to-morrow
night for New Orleans.
Business on the wharf was lively yester
day, and all the boats are agin on the
move. There promises to be a lively time
this wiutcr on the Ohio river, as there is a
split up in the Southern Transportation
Ihip. What the result will be.,n"1"" "
Heavy clouds begrm to gather in the
south about 5 o'clock last evening, and at 7
o'clock the rain commenced, with a good
prospect ot a steady tall all night. The
Ohio is falling slowly at Pittsburgh and
Louisville, but still rising here, wtth 19
feet 7 inches on the gauge at 0 p. ra yester
day; also rising at Cincinnati.
The Will S. Hays leaves Mound City this
week, where Bhe has been receiving re
pairs. She will go to Cincinnati and load
for New Orleans.
The Cumberland, Tennessee and Wabash
rivers are all rising.
If I had to pay flOO for a bottle of St
Jacobs Oil, says Gen'l G. C. Cuiffin, I'd
I can give no srttlicent reason why
the title "Moonshiner" has been con
ferred tm our wayward countryman who
persistently evades tho law) deludes
the exciseman, and bereaves the treas
ury. It seems iiiexpluinable. Tho
moonlit glory of the semi-tropical nipht
is not accessory to the otleuse. Its soft
light, while bathing the Blue Ridge iu
beauty, eaunot penetrate the shadowed
cliff or gloomy ravine, w here the "still"
is "set up." and if it be supposed thai
the benign intluence of the "harvest
moon" allures the nioonshiuers, like the
fairies, to live nnd work out of doors
bo it known that the Byronie sentiment,
"there's mischief in the moon." is true,
for him as for other people. This mis
chief in the summer confuses his chem
istry, sours his "sweet-mash," and de
stroys the virtue of his highly popular
product. It is inexcusable perhaps to
dispel so pleasant and general a delu
sion, but (here is nothing of moonshine
in the make-up of the moonshiner. Not
until "jocund morn stands tiptoe on the
misty mountain top," does ho begin to
despoil the government of 90 cents a
gallon excise tax on what that great
economist, Mr. Kelley, calls his "eoni
brandy ami apple whisky."
They an; a singular and interesting
people, who def tho Unile.l States of
America to collect a tax ou spirits.
They are out, of chronological order.
For twenty-one years the excise laws
have been of force, and yet tho patriot
it: red men, who, with revolutionary ar
dor, emptied the tea in Boston harbor,
were not more, hostile to the stamp tav,
or the tax on tea, than the moonshiner
to the revenue on his mount, tin dew.
Atlanta Co until nin n .
The machinery in a paper mill a!
Manchester, Connecticut, was stopped
bv four large rrls blocking I he wheels,
tine w is taken mil whole. Its length
was (hive feet three inches, and '"its
weight tour and three-fourths pounds.
The utiier eels wi re so mutilated that
tiny could not lie measured, but they
woio all nf enormous sue, It took all
day to get the eel fragments' out of tho
i 51 HT
A New atirt foiupiete Hotel. frontinR en. I,.
Second nr.d Pni)rrl Streets,
Tte t'asH'iiger U' t'et of tfte t,'hlr:i;r, St. Iruiir
prl jew Urlenns: Illinois Custral; Wa'.itfti, st.
I.re.iis and Pacific; Iiou .Mountain anrt Sonthcrn,
Moliileand Ohio; Cairo aud St. Loins Kaiivrayy
are all Jnnt across the atreet ; tvttile tbu Steamhnai
I.aririii.g i hot one (.jtiare rtintant.
This Hotel is heated by steam, hu Heaui
J.aiinrlry, Hydraulic Elevator, Klectr'.r: Call heiih.
Aatouiatic Firj-Akrn.s. B&iha, absolutely jmre sir'
ertect sewerage and lomfli-te apijolntini n'.
ShiiitIi fnrnistlr.ga; perfect aervice; anil an nt.
sic.-iU -i lable.
la. V. l'AUKKH '., r
L. C. BOYINGTON'S
CABINET FOLDING BEDS
Thrni"t r'rftvrlyhnlnc.. roi.niNT, PED In tho
A K-i;.ii,m!il, yii Uirin thai a ehl!J can open
a til rlw it io. '-si'. 1 , .--.i.ik,. (.,rlT
t-TRKNOTU. DEAl 'l V ami TTIUTT. Mr'A.l
VKUV HiT. iii-.-t e..m;.ii-t, EASIEST FOLDED
HKl), and ininuvniferrvl I-t!.v i-el iie as Ilie HEAI'
FT patent F'.M.nir He.1 en Hi.- n..irket. It ECONO
MIZES SI'Ai E, Kiv,s W E.ii; anil TEAR of CAB
J'ETs. k'-'P- '!;e l'H)IU', ( LEAN EUOM PUST,
nnd is rap d y nii tn!; k nil other tj-df In tlie
r:iil!erf the r!i li niel j' mr alike lu all KCtiolia uf
nadr tn m rr. miENMixo r.iE,
r.4IXKT, IlitOK-CAttK, WIIIK
L'0.ltl. nml HI I IJiU DI sK Mlylea.
'.-ud fur ih-striptlvcatid Eliistintiil Circular.
Factory & Gfflce, 1465 Stale St, Chicago,
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th; pJi r.
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WF UY THI' CAR l.OAl OR TO'N','
PACKED FOR 8IIIPHNO
Oar I.nnds? a SjxH'ialtv.
) fr" f i e K. :
'or,TvM'l)'ll'r hlli-el" ami LfVfv,
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w;iiDotfU' wilJ Wr't' VftfftnM hivr I il. whnt the rfirr
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tainiMC W f'Ms JS pent!, K t it i,y all drJpk'i't" H-jtre of
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nno inonth'a trcntni'Mit. Jl.enii bnx.or bix linxee
fur jt.'i.mt.Hont by mail prppmd ou rureipt tf prico.
XS A U AHAXTKE SIX ISO KM
To cure any casft. With Mich errler nwiverl by us
fur six bnxw. necompniiioi '"itii J"'.W, w will
aenrl tlinpiiri'liiu"ruiir written Binimiitr'i) to nv
fund the money if tho treatment does Uul cfect
a euro, Giiiiraiiteen isuued only by
IJAKRY W. SCJIU11
Pruirtrli". !"f. "'im'nnrclal iv. ,fc Hill .. (!iro
A BUM Ti IW.
AO ItWMwfco from iii'llirrotlonii, txeptte or oihtr ciqim ara
WMl, oninrrf.l, ,,v .tiil, piiyiteKilr riralnart, anil guaklaM
perform llfe'a rlwu-ii tirM'rlr, tn m crritair and ptmi
Mntly lurid, wilh,i..t ilomich mHI.-lni'i. Ktelorml bjitiKrtot
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laaorinailnt Ni-rvnn. prhlllty, l'hlel lr-rar,
iriiiriimi ny i iik ii ikk rua mil. I a.- mvtm
una tmim iMiirfrl of ooriain reatnratlen In full tad
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witf. i;nnne4iion wtm ptiTaifliin rr.
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Stiff Joints. Nenralirla. Lame
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Ask your DntKRlst for It. Price 60 ct
ITepared only by JACOB S, MXRRZLL,
wnoifaalr, Drumrtat. 8T.
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P Win !1 jlSr
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Good Pay for Aeont
laile apilinc onr ftne I
ft lll til t'i Ifnnr mnnth
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it and be convinced Samp'ecopy wil be mailed
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