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DIXON MS SUMMER RESORT
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TJJiMS: S8.00 per
ANALYSIS OF ONE
SI Mil NO NO. 1.
Silicates .... ().:
i .ilium 1 1 1 III l'J.II 'Ml K'H OS
Chloride n!' Irin tracc'Sulpliate of Iron
Suljiliute ol' Inti trare'Ciirhnnatc of Iron ...
Alkalies :;'j.O ;A!kalies
Chloride ot Sodium. . , 01. (i Sulphate ol' Alumina. .
Sulphate Alun lina,,., le0 Su! phatcol M nnt'si a , .
Sulphate Limn oO.O iChloride of Solium... .
Sulphate Magnesia.... ;2.0 iCIiloiideof Calcium..
Add l ess J. K
E. A. BURNETT,
is i)iTi;ti'c(l Ndo Job Print inir of every description from a
po-lirer to a Three-Sheet Poster on t lie shortest notice ami
in the bet style, an ! at the lowest possible prices. Call
a ml get his prices.
)FFICK:-Xo. 7!) Ohio
j;;jN01S CENTRAL It. II
T I I H
-i rrt si ami Quickest Rout
St. Louis and Chicairo.
T!c ;n,' I. me Kuiiuin-j:
) DAILY TUAi;:
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r rom Cairo,
Mai: !:.( IJikkot Conskction
tj 'J J !l III. M t 1.
A'flrn.K Ui St . I . . :s 9 :n.; ('i.:ca;'o, - : (..11...
i -I . . Oi!.iii.ij K:!'.;,:.Mr. fur C'.ncie
tiatiLoui.-riile, luOianapona am. pm.t Ki.
in. J';irit SM . J.miirt mill
' -St " I II J-'.X J.IC-S .
Arr.vint! i:. f-t !.ia! 6:1'. p. m.. uad cot.t..c'.
for nil j.i.:i,t w
Kint I 'x invkti.
Fi-r St. Lonli nn I '!.!(!ij i. nrrtv'r.g -.t St L'.m-M-l
j p in . :.! t'li. i n'i '. :.v a. i.i.
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Airlvlrit! h! C'lni'ii nali 7:.i n. 1:1 . ; l.o:iv:,!i I:!.'.
. m.; Ii.dlatiai'O. i' 4 m. l'iii'Lit'Tf lr
lliii. train r.:iiili tin' )i"Mr jioii.'.p 1 'J to .'!
UoL'Iis in ailvain ..' of uny ).:.. r r-::.
tT!i" ?,:f. ft. m. rtprci'!" I. f I' IT. I.MAS
SufcKI'l.v'i CAH from Cairo to Clitfiniiit'i. ltu
out chaiw. ai.d luro'.'.ijli Wvi"-r t i St. I.oim.
Fast '1 line iast.
I i"St Ili,v I M vru ,.u witiidiit at. y .!-:a
fh';i'il tiv S in. lit. v , rv. i.imi:. T:i. S'.Mfti: niter
xioii train iron C i.ro urrivi-f in new Yo'k MomUv
norni',i(. n; V: i'l. . i.: rty r:i ln...i:iu .". ivaiice ul
117 OthlT rotl!,'.
WFor throiu'h li ket an I f sinter inforn.atlcii
aj l.iv t Illlmiii' I'ci.trul U.'ii'.roati lli'iu.t. Cairo.
J. II. JON BS, Tit et Asiclit
A. II. HANSON, (i. ti. !'!. Aeort. CMrairo
U. II. TIME CAHD AT CAlKO.
ILI.IN'KS CKNTUAL IS. K.
Train dc'iait. Truinn nrr v.'
Kxiirt-i-i ''"' SH
IM 1. utile Kx 1 2 ;:.) i. hi.
M .ili t: a. tn.
'Kv iTcr 11 4' a. m.
TM Loi.!!" Ex .':l'i p. in
i. c. k. k (Soutliton Division i
TMail 1:1' a m
Kxp'ii lo: o a in.
t.vrcom :l 1 r p. in.
N. O. Fx i:li'n. m.
N. O. Kx... 11:10 a. in.
tX. O. i. 4:3 i p.m.
6T. I.. & I. M. It. K.
tKipr.-m l(i:.'iil p.m. I Kxprt-cN 2 ::lo p. m
St h. .Mail... 7:4' p.m. M. I. . Mail. . .::n a. m
tSt. I., ti !i:ioa. m I t-t. I.. Fx.. ..asm p. m
V., ST. I.. A r. K. It
Mail A Kx t:in.m.
Accom 4:ii p.m.
Freight " : lr a.m.
Mail ifc F...9.:Hp.m.
Arcom 1 0 : : '.i a.m.
Fruit; ht ti.l'i p.m.
MoIMI.K 4 OHIO It. K.
.Mull r,:.v, a.m. .Mail
Daily exii-pt smi'Say. t D.iilv.
AND DKPAitTlTIK OF MAILS.
Arr at I lifi.'rt
I'. o. fin l'C
r a. iii. ;
I. C K. it (ll.rouijh lurk malll.
,.ll:ina ni :! p. m
" (wav mail) 4 :ip.in. 9 ji. m.
" (Southern l)lv p. tn. tip. m.
. Jron Mountain H. H -J:;)" p.m. Hp. in
Waliach It. it lo p. m. !) p. in.
Texiis St. I.ouIh It. K ? p. ni. lia. tn.
St. I.Q'iin A C.itro It. H 5 p. in. U Mil am
Ohioliivcr P. n. i l. m
Jlixs liivcr nrrivi'H Wi-il . Sat. & Mull.
" (ii'purts Wed.. Fri. Jt Sun.
P O. pup. dul. op n from 7 :30 am toT:;lO pm
P.O. Iiox del. o,ci Iroiti 6u.m. to9p. in.
Nundny Ifor.. du'.. o rn lrom....Sa. m. to in a.m.
SundaVd Iiox dil. open from....U a. m. to ln:3Um
-XOTK.-('hati'." will ha published Irom
tiliio to tlmn ID city naliorn. ChaliL'U ynur cunif ac
cordiut'ly. W.M. SI. MUltl'llY, 1'. M
TTn THE HOST
I.N THE WOULD.
A powrrlul preparation
bo coneeiiiriittiil iliutalew
(Iropx iipplicti to Hie Kiir
lace will peni tralR to tlio
Very tione.unil almoMC lv.
PTANTLV Kh'l.lhVK 1'AIK.
CAS 170 l"."U cr CUSS cf
Stiff Joints, t
Soro Throat, Painf
in Limbs. Stom
och or Bowels,
Or In anv part oi Svtem .
Will MT oll. t'l.OTIHNIJ
mo iiivolor the nkm K
ha iit en in roiialaitt un
b I'liVNU-luntanil oiliem
lot isi vt M rnceWi)'
A0OB 8. MIRBIll. Sr. LOuis. MO.
TOR BALK BY ALL ttHQOOIBTS AND
TiK.AO.IR8 IN MSS)01NB.
TO OCTOHER 1.
wm - U. Special Rales to
GALLON OF WATER.
NO. SIMtlNTJ NO.
42.3 Silicates 12.3
Oxide of Iron 12.1
11,0 Oxide of Aluminum... 015
0O.7 Milpiihate of Magnesia 1T.S
11. j(.'arhoiiic Acid ft is.. . . '"-
y 1.1 iSulpli. I Iy.lro.fi is.... 10.5
HA 'Alkalies 05.4
J jI IM MN, Leco,
Al'ca S)i inys, Pope Co., Ills.
Levee. CAIRO, ILLS.
(iKORGE HAHHI.iON LEACH, M. D.
PHYSICIAN tt SURGEON.
.-; i aitetti'in p'lidto the lI'iH.ucpu'Mr treat
ii'i.'uf surgical ili-fn".-.. and mr-":s of women
i.r.d rtiii'ln u.
oKHCE on ijiii nn:, opposite the 1'uet
.ifi'.cc, Lniro. J!!.
lyi. I. K. STRONG,
Coi.'iinerclil Ave, Cairo, Ii!.
y.roi:. ELKcri'.oVAi'oit .n j;:i)i(.-AiKr
a'T.itibt. red dully
A inly in a'U'ii.laiic.
JK. E W. V.'IIITLOCE,
;rii i -No. ls C'i.:nm.'.'t.;al Avr.re, between
'Mj-n.i Ninth S'mf
g. papswns. m. i).,
OCULIST AND AURIST.
OFI'irn- ity Drug Store. Crbou!:t. III.
r J 1 1 i K CITY NATIONAL BANK.
:i onio levj:e.
A Gi'tioral Ilankiii? Business
i ir HAI.I.ID.VV
jANTEKI'KiSK SAVING BANK,
KXfLUMVKLY A SAVINfiS HAM:.
1 tiiniiicrciiii Avenue .mil Kisrlitl! Street
( 1 (Ij fr"
F. liltoss, I'r. -i.l.'Tit .
I'. N'nl- F, Vlrel'rue'nt
T. J. Kerth, Acii't Cllr.T
r". Rrooi" Cairo I WilUum Kl .ir.. .Cairo
IVterNefl' ! William Wolf.... "
('. M O-iti rloU " I 0. O. Patter "
K A. Under " I II. We'ln '
.1. Y. Clemnon, Caledonia.;
A li.'l.N liHAf. HANKING UfSINSsS OONIl.
Kxchnnc: fold and hottL'ht . Interest p i!. I ii
the avlnu'K Department. Collection made mi!
all Imiiltiens promptly atteniled te.
.- as .
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UAIUO HULLLT1N: Fill DAY MORNING AUGUST 1, 1884.
THE GREAT GERMAN
U- iit vt'i mid cufvi
IILAI)A( IIK, TOOTHACHE,
Surcnosi, Cutl, Bruitei,
1 ' iinniiiiXiiiiiiitt 'ill
1 ;i i ni r
!l ! !i; "TO I
.-!;- : I .
Ai.d nil otlier tiodily nelic
hi i'l puina.
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
S..M l.y ull IinnjuliH and
li.ai.r-i. li.ri.uUoi.a In 11
The Clur!t3 A. Vogeler Co.
tt A V'H,Kl.tK 4 ' IJ )
Italriiuoie, Mil.. I'.S. A.
B.'ck TTrAdfirho r.d riiTf ail t'no trouMos Incl
d. :it to n biiuufl PUile t.f the r yiti tn.gurli an liiz
tinetP, N"au. a, lirows.:i' rt, Lotrms after eating,
J 'a n in tin: Side, Ac. While tiVir moat P-iuam-u.jlc
ttutccea hu L.m alicwn hi curing
TT'-ndnchrjt Car4. rr?Littlc Liver Tills twinal'y
v ilaahlu in Couttlpation, ciring and preTentir.i
th 'aiiuoy!r;coiuphlut, vhiio tley also cornet
til dnrd' ra nf tho ('oniarsh, etimulatfl tho liv.r
aud itjUute the Low..:. Evtn if th. j oaJy curi.4
Ano I'iry wntdVstmcef; rlc. irsn to those who
fuslrfr m t!..i di-.:reMiiroiiiilaiit; butfortu-I.,-.:ely
tl.e:r 'r;or.tliiCa.-i do n not end h re, and tlioso
v hoon'o try them w lil Cnd tiiew; little pills valu-
lie in ko many v a 7 that tb. 7 trill not bewilLi.
10 Cn viil.wut tiiiu. tat tftvr all sick bel
T iv.r l.ar.o cf M msscy Ur. that hTe i-a hcr w
taiko c';r ff.S Lwri;'".. CUT I'uli COIQ it wbuil
01:.. ru do L' t.
t ..r!.r's tittto L'"r T'.IN r Trryraallard
TTy ta-y to t.'ik". Onnrr two p.lit) niakea dose.
''! y an; fr ctiy T( .' iishio and do not ripe or
J but by tii' ir .' nt;e ac.iuii j.leafe all whu
iLtnern. In v.ni ut i!3 c i.: : fivo fur f 1. 6uU
1 (-'ujlstb cVkryKliuc, or .tut by iLaJ,
CABTtll MEDICINE CO .a'cw York
T I 1 h J: J'm 1
ini: 1 . wa j4
DM M U tfB B
mr inr hi mi in nit j" , in til R
; 8 Liver acl Kidney Eemedr, EJ
Cmpiiin !iI from the v.d! kncirn iJ
( qraiiv.-q 110ns, junit, nuefui, Alan,
ifl ''rake. Iuti'lfli'.n, Sarsnparilla, Co, ju
w rara Sti'.'-a la. I'tc, combined with aa W
o-.rv,-ai.I. Annnatic Elixir. fl
-iJJ Act E;.oa the Liter and Kidney, !y
jLtsjThi y e'.i.-o r.!iumatim, ami all I'd-
nary troubles. Tliey inviurnte,
uuunn, i-Lrcnjrwien ana (juiet
the Nenosis System.
As a Tonic they havo no Equal,
l ike r. .r.e ti:t Hup? a:.d M.dt Isutei s.
rc! SLE BY ALL CEALttRS.
Hops and Malt Bitters Co. 12
ATTENTION, SMOKERS !
All CMn:cstiiiu.s for the iri preiniwnis iifrprefrat
ins' above, iimoiint.oll'ere.iby Hln.'kweU'o Imr
liniii T..I ni'co Co.. innt oliscrve the fullowim;
C'niiditi.'iis on wbieli the proininms are to bo
nvinriled: Ail bui; nuiiit bear our oriiritnil
linll luirlniiii label. L'. S. Keveime Stump, titnl
C imtii 11 Notiee. The bat,-s nmt bo done tip
Beeurely in 11 package with name and aiblress
of sender, iiinl niimherof bags contained plain
ly marked on tho outside. Charges msist bo
prepaid. ('..'i.''.-ci'ofi.JV'.)trmhiT.';".'.'i. All paek
aees j-hoiil l be forwarded December 1st, and
nnit reach us at linrham nut liUr than I'mm
txr l.'t'i. No matter where you reside, solid
your paekau'e, mlviso us by mail that you have
none so, nti.t state tho number of bntrs sent.
Names ol'.-in 1 essl'ul contestants, with number
of bin:? returned, will be published, i'ec. ?2,in
I'.oston. lifnxbl: New York, Jtru.f ; l'hil.idel
r.hia, r linrham, N. C-. T-i'i-icvi lUnt;
New Orleans, T.mn-1 humeral; Cincinnati, An
qwrrr; Chieat'o, lUiUy Kius; tsatl l-'runeiiico,
Ulai Kwt:i,i.'s iiitRiiAM Tobacco Co.,
I'VltllAM, N. C.
Fvory genuine package has picture of Hull.
4-See our next nnnouiicemctit.'fi
Tin: ni:sr rnisv ksown
In Hard or Soft, Hot or Cold Water.
P WFS I.AHOtt. TIM I'l and SOAP WAT
IISta.Y, and Kivea universal miii Isl.u tluu. Mo
luiiuly, rich or poor, ahould bo w ithout it.
Hold bv all Oroccra. UKWA KK of Imitatlonl
well ileslfliied to miaload. I'HAftl.INK ia tlio
IIMY HAKK labor aavitiR ooiiiMiund, and tti
icuya bear U10 above ayinbol, mid uauio ol
JAJLKH rVLli MiW YUItK.
ti 0 I
.T T 1 wmiMb ii i-wrjyr
6 VEN AWAY
Tho Daily Bulletin.
OI'IICIaI. I'AI'lli: UK AI.HX AND KK COCNTY
KNTKHKH AT TUB CAIIIU I'OSTOFKICE KOll
TKANSMIasios Til HllLlUI TUK MAILS AT
KCOMJ tIJISa KATES.
CifiiLTally tliu sky ws clear ami lair in
this wutther district yesterday, Imt rain
was reported frm Pittsburg, .11; Cliutta
noroa, .151 ; Memphis .M; Slireveport, mid
Little Hock, inappreciable.
Tlie barometer wa3 below 30 everywhere,
and t!ie tl.i rniointtor ranged between GS
Tin: Bn.Li.TiN tlierwonieter stood 11s
follows at tin; dilTereut hours of the day
Uiveti in tlie diiiL'ram below:
Blaine and Irish-American.
From the lloituu I'iiot.
litre's richness from tlie New York Tri
bune, which paper has spent a good dual of
its money niid employed the time of its
Smalleys for yews past in attempting to de
f.'.me ever) tiling Irish. The Tribuae says:
"Now oruat bodies of workiuomen and hosts
of Irish voters declare for Blaine. There
are special causes now, of course, just as the
fail of some pebble starts the avalauche
that was ready to break loose. Mr. Cleve
land's nomination is offensive to woikiu
men and Mr. Blaine's manly defence of nat
uralized Americsns when imprisoued in
England, and his Btuttly American policy
in foreign atliirs hive especially pleased
the Irish voters."
This is amusingly impudent. Hi! ha!
Mr. Blaine's "manly defence" consisted ;n
allowing American citizens of Irish birth to
be arrested, imprisoned, insulted, and mis
represented by Englioh officials, while he
locked on approvingly and instructed Min
ister Lowell to approve the English outrag
es as leg'i!.
Minister Lowell, when appealed to by tho
unfortunate prisoners, answered that he
could not interfere in their behalf. Unless
I am instructed to the contrary by the de
partment of State, he wrote, "I must take
this view of my duties."
At this time, Mr. Blaine was Secretary of
State, Lowell was following his instruct
ions to the letter.
On the 2d of June, 1S31, Daniel
McSweeney, a citizen of SanFran-
cisco, while on a visit to
Ireland with his family, was arrested and
imprisoned, and no charge made against
him. lie demanded a hearing a trial, pro
tection. No one answered. Mr. Lowell
read of the arrest, but never moved a finger.
The imprisoned man's wife wrote to Secre
tary Elaine, but he did not even give her
the courtesy of an answer. Mr. McSweeDey
wrote from an English jail to his daughter:
"Your mother wrote to Mr. Blaine about
my case, but that gentleman did not deign
even a reply. I have heard nothing what
ever from him."
Not only was this utter ignoring of the
rights of citizens the policy of Mr. Blaine,
but when Lowell voiced the patent false
hoods of the English police, denying Mr.
Sweeney's citizenship, his conduct was ap
proved. Secretary Blaine said to a brother
of one of the imprisoned men : "Mr. Lowell
has pursued his instructions with energy
ami sagacity, and in full harmony with his
If Irish-Americans are going to vote for
Blaine, we propose to let them do it with
their eyes open.
Elect ioneerins: Anions: the
"Madam, may I kiss these beautiful chil
dren?" inquired Uucle Dick Oglesby, 83 he
leaned over the front gate.
"Certainly, sir; there is no possible objec
tion." "They are lovely darlings," said Uncle
Dick, after he had finished the eleventh. "I
have seldom seen moro beautiful babies.
Are they all yours, marmi"
The lady blushed deeply.
Of course they are the sweet little treas
ures! From whom else, marm, could they
have inherited these limpid eyes; these rosy
cheeks, these profuse curls, these comely
figures, and theso musical voices!"
Tho lady continued blushing.
"By the way, marm," said Uucle Dick,
"may I bother you to tell your estimable
husband that Richard J. Oglesby, Republi
can candidato for Governor, called upon
him this evening?"
"Alas, good sir," quoth the lady, "I have
no husband 1"
"But these children, madam you surely
are not a widow 1"
'I feared you wcro mistaken, sir, when
you first carao up. Theso are not my chil
dren. This is an orphan asylum."
V . K. aHukin, nvr cittlorol i'hi IH'm.ktin
Mid al. aiutioat pansumjur atot. Oriler lor all
kliiilauf uteamboat Job piintiiiK solicited. Office
at Uuwcr a European Hotel. No. ',2 Ohio levee.
8TAHE8 OK TDK RIVEIt.
Iiiver marked by the gauge at this
pott, at 2:12 p. m. yesterday, 17 feet 2
inches. I;iso during previous twenty
four hours, 0 foot 10 inches.
Chattanooga, July 31. Hiver.' 3 feet 11
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, July 31. Hiver 5 feet o
inches ami rising.
Louisville, July 31. River 4 feet 3
inches and rising.
Nashville, July 31. Hiver i ft 0 inch
cs and rising.
Pittsburg, July 31, River 7 feet 3 in
dies and falling.
St Louis, July 31. Hiver 10 ft !) inch
es and rising.
The Ous Fowler is the never-failing
daily packet from Taducah arriving here
at 2 p. 111., making close connection with
the Illinois Central R. R. for St. Louis, Chi
cago and all points east and west.
TheJas.'W. Gull' will arrive at Paducah
to night, leaving there at 8 a.m. to-morrow
for Cincinnati. Passengers going up
above Paducah can make connection by
taking the Gus Fowler this evetiins. V.
F. Lambdin, passenger agent, will furnish
through tickets at cheap rates.
The Vint Shinkle leaves Cincinnati to
morrow at 3 p. m. for Memphis.
Cspt Turner, of Hickmrn, Ky., one of tho
owners of the Henry Tyler, is in the city,
stopping at the Ilalliday; also Mr. John
Young, of Hickman, a well known pilot,
accompanies Capt. Turner.
The Belle Memphis, from St. Louis, is
due here this morning for Vicksburg.
The Jay Gould for New Orleans is due
out from St. Louis to-morrow.
The John A. Sf udder leaves St. Louis to
morrow at 5 p. m. for New Orleans.
Pres. Byrnes, formerly an old river clerk,
ha3 embarked in the patent baby cradle
business. He has gone to Paducah to in
troduce his womlerful baby rocker. May
success attend you, Pres, and may you suc
ceed in rocking all the babies in Jackson's
The Hudson from St. Louis passed up
for Paducah last night. She will arrive
here to-morrow morning on her return
The City of Cairo is the Anchor Line
packet due here to-morrow evening for St
Boats from the south report considerable
sickness at Wilson's jPoint, Kemp Levee,
and other points where tho leveo work is
Mr. Sam Holder', of Memphis, a prom
inent pilot from Memphis to New Orleans,
is in the city.
Business on the wharf was very slim
Yrsterday morning in making tho round
we called on Capt. Billy Williams, mana
ger of the Cairo & St. Louis railroad here.
The depot was lined with freight, and the
Capt. was to busy too be communicative.
Unity and Strength.
Athletes and sportsmen all unite in pro
nouncing St. Jacobs Oil the great pain re
liever, as without eoual for the cure of
sprains, bruises, aches and pains.
A Dangerous Case.
HociiKsrKit, .latiB 1. 1SSJ. "Ten
Year ago I wan attacked withthu moKt
luteiiHu and deathly pains in 111 v back and
"Extending to the end of my toes and to
my brain !
"Which made mc delirious!
"It took three men to hold 1110 on my
bed at times !
"Tho Doctors tried in vain to relieve me,
but to no purpose.
Morphine and other opiates!
"Had no effect!
"After two months I was given up to
"When my wife
heard a neighbor tell what Hop Bitters had
done for her, she at once got and gave me
some. Tho.first dose eased my brain and
seemed to go hunting through my sys'em
for tho pain.
The second done eased me to much that I
elcpt two hour, enmetnlnii I had not done for two
months. Heforn 1 bad used llvo bottles, I was
well and at work as hard as any man could, f ir
over three weeks; but 1 worked too hard for my
slreuirih, and toklm; a hard cold, I was taken with
tne most acuta and painful rheumatism all
through mv system that ever was known.
"I called the doctors aitalu and alter several
week", they lei t me a cripple on crtitclien for life,
as they said. I met a friend nud told him inycao,
and lie said Hop Hitters had cured tiiin and would
euro me. I ponlicd at him, but ho was so earnest
1 was Induced to try them aitaln.
In less than four weeks 1 threw away my crutch
es and went to work 'iiithtly and kept on usim: the
bitters for llvo weeks, until I became as well as
any man llvllij:. and havo bieu so for six years
It has also cured my wife, who had been
sick for years; and has kept her and my
children, well and healthy with from two
to three bottles per year. There is no need
to be sick at all if theso bitters arc used.
J. J. Behk, Ex Supervisor
"Thrt poor iuvalid wife.
"Or daughter 1
'Can bo mado the pic'uro of health !
"with a few bottlc9 of Hop Bitters!
"Willycu let them suffer?"
tVKone Kntiln without a bunch of green
Hops on the white label. Hhun all ths Vila pols
onoui itufl with "Hop" or "llups" in their nam.
The Use ut gasoline, in auy foiui, upon
premises where tho building or its cnutents
are covered by insurance, forfeits tho insur
ance unless a permit is rocured from tho
company or agent who issued tho policy.
H. II. Caxdee.
Weixs & Keiitii.
CrSNINCIIAM & YOCCM.
M. J. Rowley.
Several furnished rooms on tho HeconJ
and third Honrs of tho Winter Block, cor
ner of Seventh and Commercial, are for
rent on reasonable terms. Apply to Mrs.
John Ilolmep, on the premises. tf
If You Do!
If you want to sell anything,
If you want to buy unything,
If you want to increase your business,
If you want to hire anyone,
If you want a situation,
If you have a house to rent,
If you want to rent a house,
Advertise in The Cairo Bulletin.
Those are Solid Facts.
The best blood purifier and system regu
lator ever placed within the reach of suf
fering humanity, truly is EIec!ric Bitters.
Inactivity of the Liver, Biliousness, Jaun
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requires an appetizer, tonic or mild stimu
lant, will always lind Electric Bitters tho
best and only certain cure known. They
act tiire.y ami quickly, every bottle guar
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The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
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A Remarkable) Escape.
Mrs. Mary A. Dailey, of Tuukhannock,
Pa., was afflicted for six years with Asthma
and Broucnitis, iturint: which time tho
best physicians ci old give no relief. Her
life was despaired of, until in last Octo
ber she procured a bottlo of Dr. King's
New Discovery, when immediate relief was
felt, and by continuing its uso for a short
time she was completely cured, gaining in
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Free Trial Bottles of this certain cure of
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For she cure of Catarrh, I can recom
mend Ely's Cream Balm, as the best rem
edy I have ever used. Dr. J. S. Vaughan,
dentist, Muskegon, Mich.
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The Hope of the Nation.
Children, slow in development, puny,
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Thirty-four years a victim of Catarrh. I
have tried many remedies. One bottle of
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Those unhappy persons who suffer from
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ter's Little ncrvo Pills, which are made ex
pressly for sleepless, nervous, dyspeptic
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"Rongli oil Pain."
Cures colic, cramps, diarrhu'; external
ly for aches, pains, sprains, headache, neur
algia, rheumatism. For mau or beast. 23
and 00 cents.
St. Loe'is, Mo., August 30, 1833. I have
used your Penetrating Oil in my family for
the last two years, and find it an unfailing
remedy for rheumatism, sprains and tooth
ache. My boys who are very fond of tho
National game, base ball, say they cannot
do without it. Yours truly.
Geo. E. Bennett,
Teller City Treasury, St. Louis.
"Rough on rain" Plaster;
Porous and strengthening, improved, the
best for backache, pains m chest or side,
rheumatism, neuralgia. 23 cents. Drug
gists or mail. 5
I have used Ely's Cream Balm for dry
Catarrh (to which eastern parsons are sub
ject who come here to live.) It has proved
a cure.-!). F. M. Weeks, Denver, Colo.
Something old Allen's Bilious Thysic
Acts quickly, relieves promptly, and never
falls to cure sick headache and constipa
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Cheap Homes in Arkansas and Texas
Along the lino of tho St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, aro thousands ot
acres of tiic choicest farming and grazing
lands in tho world, ranging in price from
$2.00 to $300 and $4.00 per acre, in a
healthy couutry, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
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tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
In 1882, and make rip your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that th; crop
for 1883 is SO per cent larger than that of
1832. To those purchasing laud owned by
tho Company, and paying one-fourth, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed for money paid for tickets or freight
over the Companies lines.
H. C. Townsknd, Gcn'l rasa. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.