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THE GREAT GERMAN
Relieves and cure
Soranatt, Cutt, Bruitei,
And kll other bodily achea
FIFTY CENTS H BOTTLE.
Sold by .11 PnicelsU t""l
Dealers. lurectiuiia in "
The Charles A. Vogeler Co.
(. r, U A. TiMJIUR 4 10 )
Ualduivre, )IJ.,V. M.A.
Liver and Kidney Eemedy,
1 Compounded from the well known
Curative Hons. Malt. Buoliit. Jlan-
drako. Dandelion. Sarsaparilla. t'as-
agrrwnlde Aromatic hlixir.
cunt nmaA, roj., wiuiiiuuu mui ttu
I THEY CUE BYSrEPSIA & IK7JIGEST1DN,
let upon the liver and Kidneys,
REGULATE THE BOWELS,
I They cure Rheumatism, and all Uri
nary irouoies. amy invigorate,
nourish, strengthen and quiet
the Nervous System.
As a Tonlo they have no Equal.
Titc none out, Uupi uid Miilt Eiturn.
fcr sale bv all cealers.
Hops and Malt Sitters Co.
Delicate and Feeble Ladies.
Those languid, tiresome sensations, caus
ing you to feel scarcely able to be on your
feet; that constant drain that is taking
from your system all its termer elasticity;
driving the bloom from your cheeks; that
continual strain upon your vital forces,
rentlerinsj you irritable and fretful, can
easily be removed by tbo use of tint mar
velous remedy, Hop Bitters. Irregularities
and obstructions of your system are re
lieved at once, while the special causes of
periodical pain are permanently removed.
None receive so much beneCt, and none
are so profoundly grateful aud show such
an interest in recommending II p Bitters
FEELS YOCNG AGAIN.
"My mother was alllicted a long time
with Neuralgia aud a dull, heavy, inactive
condition of the whole system; headache,
nervuus prostration, and was almost help
less. No nhvsicrfin or medicines did her
any pood. Three months ngo the betjan
to use Hop Bitters with Euch good tiled
that she seems and feels young auiti,
although over 70 years old. 'i think
there is no other mediciue fit to ine in the
family." A lady, in Providence.
BitADFOKD, Pa., May 8, 1873.
It has cured me of several diseases, such
as nervousness, sickness at the stomach,
monthly trouble?, etc. I have not seen a
sick day in a year, since I took Hop Bitters.
All my neighbors use them.
Miss Fakme Gkee.n.
$3,000 Lost. "A tour of Europe that
cost me "$3,000, done me less good than
one bottle of IIp Litlers; they also
cured my wife of fifteen years' nervous
weakness sleeplessness and dyspepsia."
R. M. Auburn, N. Y.
Hop Bitters is not, iu any sense, an alco
linlic beverage or liquor, and could t.ot be
Sold for use except to persons desirous of
obtaining a medical bitters.
Ghees B. Racm, U. S. Com. Intre'l Rev.
So. Bloom inoville, O., M iy 1, 79.
Sms 1 have been Buffering ten years
and I tried your Hop Bitters and it dune
me more good than all the doctors.
Miss S. 8. Boone.
We are so thankful to say that our nurs
ing baby was permanently cured of a din
gerous and protruded constipation and ir
regularity of the bowels by the ue of Hop
Bitters by its mother, which nt the same
tune restored her to perfect health and
strength. The Parents, Rochester, N. Y.
From these- sources aiiso tmeerorrrths of
the diseases of tlio liuumn iUco. Theso
nymptoiuslmlioatfl their exwttiiec : Ix.m of
Appetite, Howell coitlve, Melt Head,
ache, fullneas after rating, n vtrnlcni lo
exertion of body or mlutl, Jlnulntloii
of food, Irritatiiliiy of temper, Low
aplrlta, A feeling of having neglected
ome duty, llaizliie, 1'lutleriiiK at the
Heart, lloU before the ryrn, highly col
ored irrlne, CO.STHATJO.V, and do
manrt the use ofa remedy that uets directly
on the I.Ivor. AsaLlver medleino Tl TTSI
11 1.1,(4 have no cual. Their action on tlio
'diieys and skin is also prompt ; removing
Ml Impurities through these tlnoo seav-
kinds of p ub, und Ti tt's ur" ti e fl t
that Lave Uoiie mo any gooVl. Th. v ha,,,
cleaned me out nicely. My ai H,tu ,
uplemliil, iood diacau readily, J 1 now
Lavo natural pa-Hfos. J tJi Ilk, i v" w
wan." w. k EDWARDS, I'ulu.yru, o.
holdeToryiiflirre.grtc. Murray Bt..N.T
Cray Haib on Viiiskkm ehantfod in.
trtantly toatilbsr Ulaik by a Hlnirlo i n.
plication of nils iyi:. SoM iy iS p,
wsentby fxpi:Hon reeclptJf l.
Offloo, 44 ilurray gtroct, Stw Vork
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All Commnnlcutioua should be addreosvd to
K. A. BUHNKTT.
Publuher and I'rourietur.
Tlio I.iino-liilti t liio.
Long t'iioti;h bofiiru li.o triangle
sounded tho Vetet-an nifiubers wero
whispering to tvcli otlior that some
thing was up. Jtisi vvlrtt was to happen
no one could say, but 15 -other (Jardnor
looked solemn, k Isaac V.'alpoio had
his left eye shut, audi dor Tools niado
110 preparations to full asleep and tan
gle his logs up wi h tho .:ovt
(Jeni'len," s ;id tho Pivsi lent, as
the meeting opened, "word has reached
my ears dat Nelson Slabs an' Judge
Congo doau' lie down togedcr like
spring lambs in do clover. I should
like boaf bniddt rs to s op in dh way."
The pair walked to ihe plniform,
shambling along as if go:ng to the gal
lows ami Brother (l iidin-r continued:
"I tin lerstan' dat Mrs. Judge Congo
gave a party a few idlits ago, an' did
not iuwite any of do Slabs family. Am
dat so, Nelson?"
'Yes, snh: tley had do most brilliant
kitul of a blow-out over dar', and al
though we has bin do bos' of friends
fur y'ars we was not axed to lend our
pivsrnee to graee tie oeeashuu."
"Has von axed fur any explana
tion,?"" "No, sah. 1 reckon do Judge's
faiiTfy feels above lis, kas tley has got
a sewm' maslieen an' we hasn't."
"Nelson Slabs, hail you gono to do
Judge an' axed tie reason why you was
ltfi out dis hardness of fioliu' would
not have occurred. I was dar' wid my
o!e woman, an' I knew all 'bout it.
You war on tie list to be invited, but it
was suddenly diskibervJ by Mrs. Con
go dat she hadn't but twenty-one plait s
in tie house. She couldn't bony but
eighteen cheers. She had only sixteen
cups an' savsers. She had already in
vited twenty-two juissons, an' rudder
dan see your family standin' around on
one leg, wid no plates to eat on, an'
nullin' to drink out of she concluded to
gin you de skip and make a speshul
oyster supper fur you some time soon.
lar's tie hull reasons, and what has
you got to say?"
"Go an' sot down," continued tho
President, "an' let du be a solemn
warnin' to you an' to all de rest. Life
am full of trihVs dat kin be magnified to
mountains. De man who journeys
along tie high way mus' not stop to pick
up ebery chip an' inspect ebery straw.
Let us now proceed to do bizness which
has enabled us togoder."
That expression brought the Rev.
Penstock to his feel with the impiiry:
"Did 1 uuderstan' tie Chair to say:
'Which lias enabled us togedcr?' "
"Sartinly, you did!"
"Yes ah enabled us togedei !"
"Bniddcr IVnsioek, am dar' anyhV
wrong wid dat expreshun?''
"It's all wrong, sah! 1 is siiipris.'d,
sah, dat de l'residi nt of dis club would
make use !"
"Snt down, sah! We has been ena
bled heah togedcr, an' tloan' you forgit
it! If you hasn't bin enabled wid do
rest of us you can .step down sta'rs!"
"Yes, sah,' but tie "
"Sot down! Bin ider Penstock am
lined $2,700 for tlisruptin de ineetiu'!"
Brother Penstock not only sat down,
but it became necessary to give- him a
piece of ice to hold iu each hand, and
to pour a pint of cold water down tho
back of his nock. Unless his fine is re
mitted tho coming summer will be a
dreary one to him. Detroit Free I'rcss.
Iressiiiff n Stai 110. .
When the defeudaut took the stand
his Honor said:
"Prisoner, you are charged with hav
ing removed the goblet from the hand
of the Cogswell statue, substituting a
pair of two-bit suspenders, with a pla
card calling attention to your establish
ment across tho way."
"Well, Shulge,"Vt plied the offender
with nn ingratiating smile, "off gorsel
vants to get along iu poorness."0
"After which," continued the court,
sternly, "you substituted a lot of neck
ties for the suspenders, and attached to
tho other hand a lot of bills referring to
your new slock of gum shoes and i7air
"Dose Jiair oil is fust rate, your Hon
or," said the defendant. "I vould liko
to sell you a pottle."
"Ami yesterday," continued tho
court, consulting the indictment, "you
obstructed tho thoroughfares and cre
ated a disturbance by placing a paper
, collar ami a plug hat on tho statue in
"Does blng hats is cheap nt $4,
ISehu Ige, Mo.ses Levy sharges life and
a haief vor deiu samo kind," returned
the trailer, cheerfully. "I beats doso
fellers efery dimes."
"Aud at night," went on his Honor,
"at night it appears you place in tho
figure's hand a transparency containing
a further advertisement of your wares.
Now. this is most improper and repre
hensible." "D.)t's right, Slmdge." said Mr. Solo
mons, delightedly. "Bitch into me, oil
you blease. Sphoak loudt, so dot's
noosbaper veliers gau he:.r you," and
ho smiled beuignantly upon tho re
porters. "Great Heavens!" thundered tho
court, as a frightful idea struck him.
"Is it possible you have the mendacity
to use ihe machinery of this court as an
"Dot's it, dot's iuShudge!" exclaim
ed the Cheap John, rubbing his hands
exultantly. "1 svoro oud der gom
utT Hil-vs: "T1, feminine
' V 'I'-wrt-alhig bonnets with tho
' " 'HJ-'hteriM birds is intolera
1, and it is gratifying to perceive
that vigorous nroiiwi, ,.,. '
CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING MARCH 12, 1884.
An Oyster Party.
Wilson's wife had given him a com
mission to execute, and although ho
was not the purchasing member of tlio
firm, she thought sho eould trust him
to get her some oysters for Sunday din
"Now tlear," she said, "you mint,
you must withdraw your mind from
those stupid philosophical studios and
don't let the oyster nituV get ahead of
you, for he'll tl'o it if he sees the eh: n-
Now mind, I want three pints of I n k
"How d've sell the ovslers?" said
Wilson to the Teutonic fossil who was
head clerk und proprietor of the ojster
"Vorly cends by a kwart," replied
' Gimme three pints, then."
I he oysters were duly duiniicd into
his tin pail, and a sliver doll ir handed
over tho counter iu return. After con
siderable meutal figuring, f rtv cents
were handed back in change. Another
mental calculathn, this time ou Wil
"How's this," he exclaimed, "I want
30 cents more."
"Ye-es, I pelief dots so," said tho
German, scratching his head in a puz
zled way. "No; holt on. You got
dree bints, ain't it?"
"Yell, dots vorty cents py a kwart,
und dree bints is den sixty cents; aint
"Why, no, of course not," said Wil
son, "there s four pints in a pian,
ain't there? So three pints would only
bo thirty cents."
"Mine friend, you cand May dot
game on me. Ven I wend on der
schulo, der vos only dwo bints iu a
"Why, you old fool," retorts Wilson,
"I can prove it by anybody. li re
Brown, come in here a minute. ll"W
many pints are there in a tpiart?''
"Eight!" exclaimed Brown readily.
"Yots de inciter mit you?" asked the
vender. "On, Mr. Shonson, cini't
come auf de sthore vonco und deli do
clientiemetis how many bints vos in a
"There's six," exclaimed Jolnn,
"either six or four. I don't jusi re
"Go'.t grashious!" exclaimed the ex
asperated lish monger. "You dinks a
Dutchman vas a geese. I glean tie
whole sthore mit you out!."
During tho racket which followed, a
policeman entered, and upon being
told that the oyster man was trying to
sell three pints of oysters for a quart
and a half, he remarked that the new
superintendent was down i n ail these
chealin' hucksters, end so marched the
German off to the calaboose, and Wil
son went homo triumphantly and told
his wife about tho man who had tried
to sell oysters two pints to the quart.
In d iu ii'ij'Olis Scissors.
Thought lie Could Pull Ihi ouh.
There arrived in Detroit the other
day, half an hour after tho west-bound
train over the Detroit, Grand Haven
and Milwaukee Road had departed, a
young man who was m a lei-note nx.
lie was on his way to a -village in the
interior to get married. The day and
the hour had been set, and here ho was,
fifty miles away and no show to get
there unless he hired a locomotive.
Acting upon the advice of tho depot
policeman the young man had an inter
view willi one of the chief ollieials of
tiio road, who offered the use of a loco
motive for if t'l-
"That's a heap of money," replied
tho young man, as his enthusiasm be
gan to ooze away.
"Yes," saitl the indifferent official.
"I'll telegraph to her lather and see
what ho says.'
"Very well, let 1110 know within an
In about an hour Ihe youn man re
turned with a message in his hand, and
ho laid it before the official without :v
word. It read:
"Susan changed her mind yesterday
and was married to Frank."
"Then you won't want the locomo
tive, of course?"
"Of course not. It was lucky I
thought of telegraphing, for I'm just
"And you don't feel bad over being
"Well, I'd been engaged to Susan for
thirteen years, and when I opened that
dispatch my knees wabbled a bit, lu' I
guess it's all for the bet. I'm also en
gaged to a Toledo milliner w ho does a
business of $:M,ooo per year, and to a
girl in Columbus who expects her aunt
to leave her ifc-'O.IAM, and I'm in hopes
of pulling through without going into
a decline. Sorry to have troubled you,
sir, and I'll bid you good-day." I'll
troil Free 1'rcn.i.
Polite Host 011 Hoys.
"I hear-a great deal of talk," said
old Mr. Joblingson, as he drove out
into the country, the other day, in or
der to enjoy a sleigh ritlo with a friend,
"of the decay of manners in Ameri
cans, and particularly in American
youth. Now I don't take much stock
in it. To be sure, when I was a boy, I
was taught to say 'sir' or 'madam' to
every man or woman who spoke tome,
and to take off my hat to every grown
person I might meet 011 my way to
school. Nowadays the boys" are less
formal, perhaps, but are th v less truly
polite? I think not. Look nt tho
crowd outside tho school house wo are
just coming to. Did you ever see a
brighter, more respectful, quieter set
of boys? Gentlemen, every one of
them, I mako no doubt." Tiio boys
were, indeed, remarkably quiet, and
when the old gentleman bade them
"good day" as he and his fiiend .skim
med by, they responded in titling
terms. " "What did 1 tell you?" asked
Mr. Jobiingson, proudly, as the con
gregation was passed. But at that in
stant a snowball came between the
heads of the pair, and, striking the
horse, set him offal a de-ad gallop; an
other knocked off Mr. Joblingson's
hat; a dozen hit him anil his friend on
their backs at tho same instant, and as
long as they were in range they wero
soundly peppered, amid the hoots and
yells of tho "quiet young gentlemen."
And when the horse was stopped and
Joblingson had picked tho snow out of
his ears and neck, he cursed the youth
of the present generation soundly for
a pack of roughs ami incorrigible ras-
pAnuutKx, 111, July 5?8lh, 1833. We
have used in our families ami sold toothers
your Family Medicines for the last tin
years. We have found Merrell's Female
Tunic a Fpecitie for all Female discuses.
Merrell's Cough B'llsam is the best remedy
wo ever used for Coiiudis, Col Ip, Asthma,
Croup and all Lung Diseases. In fact, no
ftniily cut) affonl to bowi'h' Ut March's
Family Medicines. R, spcctfully,
M. BimroN & Co., Drug-i-'s.
"Rough on Corns "
Ask fo.- UYIN"-R.u-h on C rns." 13.!.
Quick, complete cere. Hard or seit cuihh,
Quick, complete ruie, all nunojing IC i 1 -ney,
Bi'ici'ler and Urinary 1) sense. $1.00.
".'ougli on Coughs "
Knocks a Cough or Cold endwise. For
children or a lulls. Troches, 13e. Liquid,
50c. At Drueoisis. a
. 'Inn to Her Trust.
Too much cannot he saitl of tho ever
faithful wife ami mother, constantly watch
ing and caring for her dear ones, never neg
looting a single duty in their behalf. When
they are assailed by ilisi s, and thesjs
tem should have a thorough cleansing, the
stomach and bowels regulate), Llood puri
fied, and malarial poison exterminated, she
must know that Electric Bitters are the only
sine remedy. They are the best ami purest
medicine in the world and only cost fifty
cents. Sold by Buclny Bros. (4)
Cheap Horn 8
ARKANSAS AM) TEXAS.
Along the lite of the St. L uis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Ra Iwity.Tx'is and
P.citie. Railway and International and
Grett Northern Railroad, are thousands of
hcus of the choicest fanning and grazing
lands in tho win Id, ranging in price from
fa.OO to $:J0O and f 1.00 " per acre, in a
healthy country, with climste unsuipassul
for salubrity and c mf'ort. Si nd y tir ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics oferops raised in Arkar.ras and Texas,
in 1882, and make up your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that the crop
far .08.1 is 00 per cent larger than that of
lSa. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paung one-fourth, one-
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed for money paid for ticket? or freicht
over the Ccni anies lints.
II. C. TowsfENt), GenT Pass. Agt.
St. Louis. Mo.
W. bTRATTON, Cairo.
T. B1H1), Missouri.
STJUTT0N & BIliD,
No. 57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, I"..
Xf Atnt Annlcia Pol -.r C
Patrick T. McAlpine,
IVtoilo to O ril or.
8th St., bet. Ohio I.eveo & Commercial Ave.
OA1KO. - - - ILL,
Repairing neatly done at short notice.
NEW YOItK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety SUwV
ir tiik cn v.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLO.Sfc
NEW YORK STORE CO,
C ir. Nineteenth f tree: 1 fi!i.i III
Cnmmerr'ftl A vnrne ' ,-lllw I i
J A 4 B. fMITH.
COBKHT A. HM1TII.
Grand Central Store.
For Palo bv
FRANK B. CONVERSE .
JOHN F. STKATTON & CO.,
MAMfFAcn-ni-ns aijo or
lilt ASS BIND INSTRUMENTS,
40 Muidcn Lane, New Yorte
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'piIE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Rankin? Business
JjNTERPRiSE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVIXCS MAN K.
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
P. BROSS, Preiulnt.
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P. Bross Ca'ro I W!!um Kliii,. .Cairo
Petersen " Williim Wolf.... '
C.M Ontcrloh " I C. it. I'litlcr '
E.A.Butler " II. Will '
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A GENERAL BANKING Bt'SIN aMS DONK.
Exchange foM and boa-.'ht. Inictoft piiil It
the SavinKH Department. Collect iona ma.le aii'l
all busluof.i promptly atttintleil to.
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Egyptian Flouring Mil k
Iirhe8t Cah PrJoe Paid for Wheat.
THE BtST REMcDY IN THE WORLD FOR THE CURE
OF ALL DISEASES Peculiar TO FEMALES.
Tt Is a Spec lie for the cure of falling of the
"Womb, l.i'iifonhii'.i, Pain la tlio Back, 1'alnfnl
orStipprt'sieil Menstruation, l lnntlinir, Faint
ing Sensations, ami all the vnrM tmuhlea at
teii(liiK the perlml kntiv. n as Chance of Life.
MERRELL'S FEMALE TONIC 7,
and STII-.N(ITI( to the l a Kitt.Mi Kcnctions,
exciting healthy at'tlun.antl restorhiR them to
their normal eeiiilitltm. 11 is pleasunt to tho
ta.StO, WAV IIKTAKKN AT A.NV Tl.MK, mill IS
truly a "Mother's Friend." 1 1' or further ad
vice read Meriell s Aliiiiiiine.l Full tlirectlons
With eai li lint tie. Price, ..(K). Prepared liv
. JACOB S. MJERRELL, St. Louis, Mo.
r old by an l)rnnl9ts und Dealers in Mudieute.
l.oveo. CAIRO, ILLS
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Shortest and Quickest Rout,
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.'i:Ofi u 111. Mhil.
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nr.rniugat 10:x. Thirty-fix huura In advanctO
nt other route, .
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Daily except Snniiav. t DaiU.
AND DEPARTURE OF
i. c. it. K.(inucn iocs mail). 5 a. m.
" (way mall) fWp.tn.
" (Southern Div. f p. m.
Iron Mountain K. It -.':-p.m.
Wat.ash R. H lo p. m.
Texas A St. Louis K. H 7 p. ni.
St. I.ouis A C .Iro R. K 5 p. m.
Ohioltiver -2 p. m.
Miss lier orrlvcs Wed., Sat. A Mon.
departs Wed., Fri. A Sun.
P o. gen del. op n from 7::suamto
P.O. Iiox del. O: tn from 8 a. m. lo H n :1
Sundavs hex del. open from. ...ti a. in. to 10:30 A
ttr-NOTE. Changi-B will ho pn'illshed fr.J
time to umfl in city pnpero. Chance voiir cards ?
cordingly. WM. M. MUKPI1Y. P. .M
Sllnrlavs PIT . lie', nmin frnm H m In 111 u y
SALT ntlKVM, l-l ZKM A. SI Hel'l I.A. .Sf'At.T)
Uriel, Krvl;:t. Tetli'r, llivi's, Inni.lniil', liar'ier's
lii li. rhnpli s, -tint'-'. I'm Imiii l. i. I In i.i I'oi.nliiz
iind PniMiiicil Wmiii'M, Kii.gnnriii, hiiulturii, ana
nil ilitrnieH of the r-kin.
i'-'ir piles, WhiiiuIm, f'uts, Vlren or Fores, no
rnti'My Is so pruiiiiit in n.ntlii!iif imo hfiilini; ua
l ai.illon .-kiii l "lire. It tines nut mart mi burn.
JJii cdi'i'tn in Itn Iniirj'twjc; aa'uH'ji'tity wry UottU.
NASA I, CATAItllll, Af CTE nr 'IlltoXIt' COM)
in tile Jli-ul, ltuse Culil, liiiuuluul Ciilairli unit
Clennws the nostril", permlls natiiral lin-ptlilng,
ami iirevi'iiti Ini.TiMatiiiii", hiiiiiIIi'm and nih't iiii.
II If u i llli' m (. f,,i Cold lu I ho Heart -ttliicll
la caused hy sudden champs in the atiiiiii'liere.
PAPIL!.CN r.'.FC. CO., CHICACO,,
FCK 8 ALU IV LI UllCGQIETfl.
Ftiv Salo by
Snecial Acts, in this oil