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THE DAILY CA1K0 BULLETIN: TUESDAY MOKIVLVii. NOVEMBER 20, t8S8.
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Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago. Backache. Headchj, Toothache.
Bore Throat. fcwrlllisr. iralae, BruUfa.
Hum. ftralri. Krol Ultra,
AND AIL OlIlt.K willll.Y fl M' " ...
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PEICE ONLY S5.
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OHILUB X With WEAK LUMUIt; DO Case Of 1-MKt'JIOllt
OE ckoii i ever kn-wn where these
garments are vo'D. Tny also prrvent and cure
HCART DITPICt'l.TIKS, COLDS. RIUUMiTISM, HIl'KAL
BIA.THllOATTROl'BLKS, UU'HTUKRIA, CA1 ARIU1, A.MD
ALL K1NUHK1) UlbBAKKS. Will WBlB DT Service
f.irTuiui via us. Are wuru over the under-clotn-In
IHTtPD IT " 1 n'edless to deacribe the
If A 1 Ail 11 XI) tyiuptoutof till" nauseous dis
eae that Is nupplnir the 1 fe and strength of only
too mauvoftbe faiieat aud bent of ooth sexes.
Labor. tudy ai.d resean h in America, Europe and
Enste.-n land, h ivo resulted in the Magnetic Luug
Protector, aiTirding cure (.it Catarrh, a remedy
which contains No Uruoo'NO or tux StsMa, and
with the continuous stream of Manetism per
mealing through the afflicted organs, MrsT rb
STORK TIIKM TO A HEALTHY CTIOK. WE PLACE CUB
price for true Appliance at lew than one-tweuileth
f the price asked by others for remedies upon
which you tike all the chances, and we especial
ly invite the patronage of tho many persons who
have tried cuuouisa tueib STosiiCUS wiruot'T ur-
HOW TO OBTAIN yfZl
gist ar.d auk for theru. If they have not got them,
write to the proprietors, endowing the price in let
ter, at our nk and they shall be sent to you at
once by mail, pout paid.
bend stamp for tho "New Departure In Medi
cal Treat .cut wiriioi'T medioini," with thou
sands of testimonial".
THE MAGS ETON APPLIANCE CO.,
218 Mite Street, Chlcigo, 111.
Note, Send one dollar in pontage stamps or
eurr.ncyOu letter at our risk) with slzo of shoe
usually worn, ai.d try a pair of our Magnetic In
oles, and bo convinced of tho power rending In
our ilaijuotlc Appliances. Positively no cold leet
where tlieyare worn, or money refunded. 109-ly
Do you want a pure. Woom
In? Complexion. I If so, a
few applications of Hngan's
HAGS6l.Lt B ALU will grat
ify you to your heart's con
tent. It does away with Sal
loAvness, Redness, Pimples.
Blotches, and all diseases and
Imperfections of the skin. It.
oierconies t he II ushed appear
ance of heat, fatigue auu ex
citement. It makes n lady of
THIliT Y appear hut TWEN
TY ; and so natural, gradual,
and perfect are its effects,
that it is impossible to detect
Ml'iTAL All MH'IKTV.
REK A ! EUREKA! !
SUBSTITUTE KoR LIKE ISSUB
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organised Julv Hth, lf!77, Inder the Laws o
the Stub-of Illinois. Copyrighted ,IuM
9, 1H77. 1'nder Act til CorsreHH.
JAS. . McftAHET...,
J. H. KOlUNhUN
J. A. UOLHSTINE....
W.U. M A KIA I
J. 8. PETKIE f
ED. II. WHITE
....... Medical. Advisers
Wm. F. PITCH EK, L. S. THOMAS,
W.C.JOCELYN, K. VINCENT,
WILL T. KEDBL'KN.
130AKL1 OK MANAQKU8:
J. A. Goldstlne, of Goldptlne & Roscnwater, w hole
sale and retail dry good, etc.; Jas. H. McOehev
lumber dealer; Wiu. P. Pitcher, general areut;
Aiten Lewip, dealer in nour and grain; L. o.
Thoma, bricklayer; Mocus Phillips, con ractor
nod builder; 11. A. Chuinbluy, grocer: Thos.
Lewis, secretary and attorney-at-law; F. II.
Marean, H.mtEpathic physician; U. Sa der, of
eacoers sou. erocere; K, u. liaird, streei super
neor; Ed H. White, a-s't sec. W. 4 0. M. A. So
ciety; J. W. Spier. Vimher and saw-mill; K. L.
OernlL'OD. barber: K li. Dieirlrh. rWr'j W Hi I
P. B. K.J M. Kobier. merchant tailor; Jeff Al.
Clark, dealer in wall-papet anrt window shades ; J .
E. English, contractor aud builder; WiHT. Ked-
curn.or aiorse neaourn, ciiHr manufacturers;
F. Vincent, dealer In lime a'id cement; L A
Phelos. uhotovrauher: W.C. Jocelvn. dentiat w
H.Taber. mfg. Jeweler; J . H. Hoblnson, J. P. and
notary public; J. b. Petrie, physician-, H. w.
nosrwicK. insurance aizeni; c. c. uarDov. ior,-nii,n
Bt. Gas mains, aud E E. Walbndgc, lumber nnd
aaw-mlll, or Oalro; 11. Leiguion, canni.r Nut.
Bank, Htuart. Iowa; kov. r. a. miaersou, fryurs
org, Ky. , J.W. Tarry, physician. Fulton. Ky.
PAUL BLACKMAR fc CO.,
big Bapidf), Mich-,
Manufacturers and General Dealers In
Lumber, Lath and Shingles
Buy direct from tie saw Mill, and
fto price lists leaned, bat will be pleased to qnote
delivered prices on any grade of Lumber, etc..
The Daily Bulletin.
A Strange Oompanioiisliip.
William nrinkrrluifT, t-f this city, is
tho owniT of an nqtinriiim. At ono
time it was well stockcil with ruM 1 1 I i .
which, howcvi-r, through the u'glwt of
n careless fiorvant, liecaui retluceil to
a single stir ivor. This n has hcen
this oCj.'ft of the most jealous cure on
the part of Mr. Brinkt rlioll', who ol
jeeted strenuously to the introiluetioti
into liis liouseluihl in July last of a
lurjro llaltese cat, tlie pet of his
youngest daughter. The, child, how
ever, overruled her father's objections
and secured a berth for her pet, prom
ising to guard the gold fish from its at
tentions. 'flint she had not kept this engage
ment was to-day proved to her father
as he entered the little parlor of his
residence and found tho cat its sole oc
cupant save the gold fish in the globe,
for which grimalkin was evidently pre
paring to make a fishing excursion.
For this purpose, apparently, it leaped
upon n chair at one side ot the glass.
The fish showed signs of conscious
ness of tho cat's approach, but no
fear. On the contrary, it nibbed its
nose against tho glass and splashed its
tail in the water as if to attract the
cat's attention. The goldfish came to
the surface blowing in a manner which
Mr. Brin kerhoff characterizes as im
patient. Upon this the cat, raising
itself on the edge of the bowl, reached
over a paw. The gold lUh swam
gently directly under it, when the cat
softly stroked' its back, purring mean
while with great contentment.
The fish, however, seemed still un
satisfied, and, darling away from its
strange companion, swam rapidly
about the bowl and then sought bottom.
The cat remained in its position as if
puzzled. Shortly afterward the fish
came to the surface again and snapped
at a Uy which was crossing the water
and rested after having done so on the
edge of the bowl. The cat, seeming
to appreciate the situation, with a
single swift movement caught tho lly
and dropped it into the mouth of its
finny friend. The latter then submit
ted contentedly to the back scratching
endearment which it had before re
sented. Mr. r.rinkeiholl' ascertained
from his little girl that the strange
companionship had existed for .some
weeks, but she had feared to tell of it,
as her negligence had allowed its for
mation. I'hiltiile'filuit Times.
Why Will Women Giggle?
I want, says a writer in a ban Fran
cisco paper, some profound student of
female character to write an explana
tion of why women giggle; always
giggle; with and without cause; when
you expect them to and when you
don't; whether you are funny or ar
talking about your debts. 1 pro
pounded this conundrum to my com
rade recently, and that gloomy philos
opher gave answer: Because they
have been taught for thousands of
years that unless a woman nlwnys
rjrsrles men Mispcct her of wearing
blue stockings, and Ilee from her, as
from a creditor." Now, I do not be
lieve this is so.il for no other reason
than that women did not wear stock
ings thousands of vears ago, so, man
ifestly, could not liave worn blue. I
am willing to believe that most men
who do not read the Wasp are fools,
yet I think there are enough who are
not to form a small circle of admirers
for the encouragement of women, who
can not be estimated at from 90 to
1 10 pounds of giggle. J really believe
I am right, in my supposition, and
earnestly beg of some well-favored
young woman to act upon the sugges
ti n. Let her go to the next party firm
in the determination to giggle only
when she is sure the man who is talk
ing to her thinks he is amusing Lot
her refrain from giggling when lie tells
ner of the death ot a rich uncle who
failed to mention him in his will. Let
her suppress her giggle no matter
how frightful the effort when he asks
her seriously whether or not her sym
pathies are with the striking telegraph
ers, l.t her comport herself after this
fashion for one whole evening, and if
she does not receive twenty proposals
for marriage she will at least nave the
satisfaction of knowing that she stands
high in the estimation of twenty men
us a curiosity.
Something Was Done,
In the last days of the war, a citizen
of Indiana made his way to Boston and
had an interview with a former ac
quaintance, who had left his Hoosier
home for the "Hub" and got rich.
"Daniel, the war is coming to a closo
and I haven't made a dollar out of it."
"Is that possible? Didn't you have
any scrub hogs or lean cattle to sell?"
"No baled hay for the army?"
"Not a pound."
"Can't you get a contract for supply
ing the army with something or other?"
"I don't think so."
"Got a farm, haven't you?"
"Yes, but it's almost all lake."
"Lake? Hurrah! you're saved! Never
mind any army contracts! Come with
me to a map publisher, and before
twenty-four hours have passed we shall
have organized the 'Great Inland Navi
gation Company,' elected you as presi
dent, and I will' have the stock on the
market! All we want is a map of the
lake and a cut of a steamboat going
fourteen miles an hour! Saved saved
-wheiv's my hat?" Hull Strcd AVws.
Mosdat Evening, Nov. 19, 1883.
The weather h8 moderated to spring
temperature and there is to-night eveiy in
dication ot a rain storm.
The market, especially in erain. is weak
and unsettled. New corn is on the market
and of course brings prices of old down to
correspond with the low figures at which it
FLOUR Very little doin-j . The marke
is quoted dull and weak, t Stocks offering
are too large for the demand.
HAY The supply is good and receipts
liberal; we note an improvement in the de
mand, which is, however, for choice grades
CORN Tho market is fully supplied and
easier, Trices are lower.
OATS Tho supply is large and demand
moderate. Prices are firm as quoted.
MEAL The demand ia very light and
BRAN Steady and unchanged.
BUTTER Stocks are large and demand
fair. Only strictly choice is wanted. Com
mon butter finds no market.
EQ09 The market is bare and prices
stiff. Not enough arrives to satisfy ths lo
cal demand. Choice makes sold to-day at
POULTRY Live chickens are dead
dull and unsaleable. Turkeys are in good
GAME Arrivals have been free and
sales readily made at fair prices.
APPLES We note a good demand for
choice, and light supply.
POTATOES Overstocked and slow
ONINOS Plenty and dull.
Sales and Quotations.
MOTS. The prices here given are tor tales from
first hands In round lota. An advance to
chanted for broken lotsio fullnKorders.
200 bblt fancy
sno bbls varloue grades.. .........
208 bblx choice M..
200 bbls extra fancy
a B05 40
4 cars gilt edge small bale..,
1 cars cb'iice Timothy
1 car good prime
1 car mixed
4 cars new mixed In balk
0 cars new white in bulk
2 cars old white
2 cars old mixed ..
A cars choice , in balk .
4 cars mixed In bulk.
3 cars, is sacks, del..,
No. 2 Mediieranean 1 00
City on ordcra I U 45
AOo pounds choice Northern packed 20322
50i pounds choice Northern dairy 2X-1
500 pounds bouthern Ills, roll 14, US
400 pounds Northern roll.- WltO
(no dozen V
200 dozen SA&26
ft coops mixed young and old - ISO
3 coops large young 1 75
1 coops old hens i tH2i 50
Quails per doz 1 00
ention carcase 6c
Venslon siddles t"c
Wild turkeys per dosen 6 OO&t 00
Per bbl choice 1ia Davis t 35
" Rome Beauty 25
Small varieties t f0
Choice Wluesaps ...........3 bd&i 75
Oeoatone - 2 AO
Potatoes per bush
Potatoes per bbl 1 25
10 Crates, according to alee 9 tC&U CO
Plain hams none
B. C. Uams 18
Clear sides 0
t. Johns ft 15
Ohio River 1 00
!Vi bushel burlaps.
Peaches.halvee and quarters 36V
Choice navy ....
Choice medium ,
Choice, Factory It
Croam..,.. ...... 16
Calf, Green ,
Dry Flint choice.
Sheep Pelts, dry ...
Sheep Pelt, green..
Common Lugs.. .j or
Good mas..... 4 bu 6 0i
owLeaf a ?v t of
Medium Leaf n 5nQ 7 (C
Go-4Uaf. t ao 8 to
RATES OF FREIGHT.
V bbl. Vhbl
,s Orleans,. 17'
. 17$ 22H
Kllneston, Miss 11 ts 7H
Vlckshurg, Printess House, lc. per cwt., and
ea. ner bbl. higher.
All other war points below Memphis to Mew Or
ins, sawe caws w vt aubsswd
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv Line Running
O DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Conneotion
r rains Liati Cairo:
3:05 a in. Mbll,
Arriving In St. Louis :45 a.m.; Chicago, 8 :80p.m.;
Counseling at Udln and Effingham for Clnclo
nati, Lonisvllle, Indianapolis and polnta East.
11:3 a.m. St. Louis and "Western
Vrrlvingin St. Louis 7:05 p. m., and connecting
for all points West.
3:0O p.m. Fast Expreae.
For St. Louie and Chicago, arriving at Ht. Louis
10:40 p.m., and Chicago 7:20 a.m.
3:f0 p.m. Cincinnati ICx press.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Louisville 11:55
a.m.; Indianapolis 4:05 a.m. Passengers by
this train reach the above points lii to 30
HOURS in advance ol any other route.
PT The 8:50 p. m. express has PUL1.MAS
M-tKPlNG CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
changes, and through sleepers to St. Louis nc
Fast Time East.
I asScllClS era points without any delay
caused by Sunday Intervening. The Saturday after
loon train from Cairo arrives In new York Monday
Horning at 10:35. Thirty-six hoursln advanced
dt other route,
ty For through tickets aud further information,
apply at Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
J. H. JONES, Ticket Agent.
A. H. HANSON. Pen. Pass. Agent. Chicago
R R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. B.
Mall....... 5:05 a.m
Aecom .12:25 a m
tEipress- i 0 p.m
C. ST. L.4 N. O. K.
ItMail 4:05 a.m.
Express 11 10 a.m.
I Accom 2:56 p.m.
K. (Jackson route).
Mall 4:45 a.m.
t VI ail 4:0p.m
tExpress ...... lO Wa.m. Express ....!0:5t a.m.
tAccum 8:50p.m. I
ST. L. c. b. u. (Narrow-tauge).
Express 8:00a m. j Express 1:1 a.m.
Ex.&Mail . .10:30a.m. Kx. Mall...4:10p m.
Accom 12:140. m, Accom 3:00 p. a.
ST. L. a I. M. R. B.
tExpress t:V p.B.
W., ST. L. 0) P. R. B.
.Mall 4 Ex-....4:00a.m. Mall 4 Ex.. 9 .80p.m.
Accom 4:00 p.m. 'Acco-n 10:: a.m.
Freight t:45 a.m. Freight S to p.m.
MOBILE OHIO B. B.
Mail - 5:55a.m. Mail 9:10 p.m.
Dally except Sunday, t Dailv.
I. C. R. B.(tkroui.'h lock mail). 5 a. m.
(way mail).... 4 30 p.m.
(Southern Dlv 6 p. m.
Iron Mountain R. U 2:8up. m.
Wabash H. B m p. m.
Texas & St. Louis K. R T p. in.
St. Louis & Clro a. R 5 p. m.
OhioKlver 2 p. m.
Miss hlver arrives Wed., Sat. & Mon.
4 p. m
departs Wed.. Frl. & Sun.
PO.gsn dol.opnfrom 7:80 am U)7:0 pa
P.O. box del. oucn from 6 a.m. top m.
Sundays gen . del. open from. ...8 a. m. to 10 a. m.
Sundays box del. open from. ...6 a. m. to 10:30 asu
l-rr-NOTK. Changes win ne puinsneo rrom
time to tune In city papers. Change your cards ac
cordingly. WM. M. MURPHY. P. M.
Q.KORGE H. LEACH, M.D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Hneclnl attention rmldto the Ilomeotathlc treat
ment of surgical diseases, and diseases of women
OFFICE On I4tn street, opposite the rosi
office, Cairo, 111.
JJR. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOB, ELECTRO-VAPOR and MEDICATED
A lady In attendance.
H. W. C. JOCELYNv
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Comoerclal Avenne
rjR. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Omoi No. 136 Commercial Avenue, between
ittrH'i and Ninth Street
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'8 PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
PACKED FOR SHIPPING
Car Loads a Specialtv.
Cor, Twelfth Street and Leyee,
CHE RIFF'S SALE.
By virtue of an execution issued out of the
eierk s otnee or me cncuit courioi Aieanaercunu
ty and state of Illinois, and to me directed, whore-
T .1 .. J . t. .. UA amnilt,, nf . f ar.
oy I ui cuiiiniuiiieu i u iuav ,u, - -
tain Jndgment recently obtained against Henry
i-i t . , , .. Vatm nn mania.
UuaiB.ur oi-iure a v.uiuiuk", nii "--trate
in and fo the city of Cairo 1r said eoanty and
..... . l T U ,i ...... nut nf t hw land..
SlBl IU IBVUr UI UBWU w.aw., " - - - - " '
tenements, goods end chattels of the said Henry
. , , J ,Ua r.lli,urlfi Ha.
tionsaaer. i rave iryiou u" ""."""".,"
scribed property, to-wlt: Lot numbered six (8), In
block numbered two (2), in the town of Sandusky,
In the county of Alexander and state of Illinois.
Therefore, according to said command, I hall
. , . hmI.iI ....li... all Ih. mrllT.
expose tor saie ai vuuhv ,....
title and Interest of the above named Henry Hun-
saner, in ana to iu uvo ilimiuwu ,.,fFw. .,
.... nujn. . v. Qii.l. Amtt nf Vn.flm.
at u o cioca a.m., on r riuaj w. wi. ,
ber,1883, at the westerly door ol the court house, In
Cairo, Ills. .... . . 4aom
Dated at Cairo, IU., this 6th dav ofNoTember, 18.
llOfl-Swd Sheriff Alexander County.
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