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And tlie usual Purgative, is pleusant to tuke
Ami will prove at owe the most flount and harm
less hyit m Kenuvator ftud cleanser thu: ha yt
been brought to public notice. For Constipation,
DilllouMirM, Headache, Piles, and all disorders
arsinjf from an obstructed state oftli; terj, it
I incomparably the best curative exlolit. Avoid
imitations; insist on K'-tiliic the artlclo cnlled for.
THOI'IC-r HUT LAXATIVE is put up in touiu
cd tin boxes only. Frire id cents. A-kyourdrtig-Klt
for der.r!itive jjamtihUt. or address the pro
prietor, J E. HET1IE1UN.T0N,
M I'urk Place, New York.
Ilt'forr'imrcliiixiiisr anv form of So-called
Hand, or Apyl'unre represented to cure nervous,
. chronic and special dl.euses, fend to the PI IA EK
MAClIElt GALVANIC t O .. New York. N. Y .
Cincinnati. i , or Sun Franrli.ro. Cnl., for their
FREE pamphlet and "Tliu F.leuric Review" and
yt'J wi:i save tiir.tr. health and money. Tlie P. o.
CO, are the only dealers in peuulne lectrit Appli
ances ou the, American Continent.
A Sjivclv au-1 Lll'eetnul Cure,
Perrv Davis' Pain-Killer
Uan t'.wA t!ie test of FORTY YEARS' trial.
IJircctiotf with each Bottle.
8QL.D 1IY ALL BKL'GGISl'st.
W K YTF III LOCAL AGENTS ev.rvwl;
. A t 1 fj 1 1 . w t-:i Tea. Coffee. IlakitiK F
u. r. f.un.niu; i.;racts. cte.. by "iirniile. to fami
lies I'rof.t pis.d. Outfit fre. PEOPLE'S TEA
CO . Hoi rV.M. St. I.o':i. Mo
'"v all Ai'i'Lr'i l"i i ik
If you are S'jT.Tit'pfron
Ittfoa a '-ii'd "f skancas
If you arc simply allinif
din-lnted, without cli rtr
;ioor health, or liEi;"irh
like cheer, for
f you fee) weak on!
y knowing w hy,
w ill lit vive Yon.
u you are a minnifi
self With your pastoral du
lind have overtaxed your-
iet; or a mother, worn
ues, weakened by the
luties: a man of Jet-
-uiferioK from aiiytodia-
'tt. a if often the cure,
-hop. on the faim, at th
hat your eyiitera ntteda
ilatiLK without intc-xl-
out with curt- and worn.
If you ar- a nan of bus
strain of your everyda
Mrs. toiling over your
Hop Bittern will
If you are oung. am:
retina. orare growing to -Hi'P
II Vol am In the work
desit. anywhere, and fee
C:nu:ci. tuniLg or stlm
Hon Hitter I
rt'hat nij Need
iuIm if fetbiC,
e old. end yoori
t'-rv't unsteady. and you
Hup liititrn will
Hop Bitten Mitn'ifiir
tit von New life
I Vl ' V V 1- ""'i' ay H" (jrt" (.""pll''
Jlw;. yux c'ele: and Vox Humana.
mmm"mmrhl on trial warranted, oniv JA.
Piano l."i np. Catalogue free. ACtLrvrt JJauifl
F lieau'y.Wat.tjingtiin. N . J.
JOENTS wanted to nil the (iOLI) MANDARIN
TtA, pelted air tlL'ht In baif pound paikm!f.
Four kTvlrf of Younj Ilyvm. laip- rial. imo
powder. Ooltiiic. Japan. iunrt.-,t.ir n.u4 Mixed . No
4 nellf at ." to.. No. tit c. No. i "t c. aiid No.
1 at 1 Par::e unilitf it or.ee beonn:e permaoetit
cuotouit-rp in the aireu St ud f'ir utamri. fur Snfor
C.on.toC. JEVNE, 110 ai.d lUMadiion St.. Chica
The New Food
Malt Bitteks Company.
DO not totfonnd thin MatchlfM Henovator of
Feeble and Eihaunted Constitution! with vlo
1 ent cathartic! decoctions of vile drutff and ntlnoti"
intoxicant! innocently labeled." MALT BITTKliS
appeal to -popular coLfldencc because prepared
fiom I'Dfermented Malt, Hop! and nuicine. and
other precioti! iu(-rediett". according to the
profeF! of Lteblg, and are richer in the
element! that retstore to permanent
health the wealc. couvaletsccnt, conump
tive. over worked, nervo:i. aleepleM, dynpiptic,
Mlloud. and fickle In ap-ictlte. than all other form!
ol Mult or Medicine. The fuuine are plainly -lirn-ed
liv the company Sold evi-ryhere. MA.f
IlITTEKS COMPANY, BOSTON MASS.
(Formerly Dr. Cram'i Kidney Cure.)
A vecetable preparation and tho onlvnire remedy
in the world for BKKiHT S DISEASE. DIABETES
and ALL KIDNEY, LIYEKaud LKINAKY DIS
EASES. Py-Tetititnonlal of the hluheit order in proof of
rXSfcur. of DIABETES, coll forWAK
slk'H SAFE DIABETES CI. KE.
Cr-For the cure of BKIGHT 8 and the other dla
chp?!. call for WAHNEH'8 SAFE KIDNEY and
Remedies are sold
by Dmirffists and
Dealers in Medicine
H. II. WARNER A CO.,
Rochester, New York.
rrseiid for Pamphlet
I A WEEK in your own town, and so
capital ri!ked. Yon can Rive the
bu!lnei a trial without expense.
The best npportunit ver offered fol
thoto wlllfuir to work, i on should
try nuihiuK else till von fee for our
I df what you can do at tho buninci we otter. No
loom to explain here. You can duvoio ail your
time or only your spare time to the business, an
make great pay for every boor that yon work
Women moke as much aa men. Mend for special
rrlvate terms and particulars, which we mall free,
5 outfit free. Don't complain of hard times while
you have such a chance. Addxeii II. UAIXETT A
CO., Portland. Maine.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
W. C. AND L. ASSOCIATION COLUMN.
Edited In the Interest of the Public Library .
MEN, WOMEN AND BOOKS.
The Letter times bo long predicted, and
anxiously looked for, are evidently at hand
The female ftudenta at Swiss universities
have this yeur carried oil nearly all the
honors, not only in philosophy, but chem
istry and medicine as well.
Ncmbeuless improvements all over the
city testify to the new life which is btirring
within our borders. Among these evi
dences of business activity, thrift and pros
perity are many new and commodious
buildings fur the transactions of trade and
Geohc.e Eliot's retirement from litera
ture is mentioned as a settled tiling by the
Literary News. It quotes her as often say
ing that her late husband, Mr. Lewes, was
a great mental stimulus to her, constantly
encouraini; her in her work.
Mn. Andrew Cahneoii:, of New Ymk
city, tvhu recently gave $35,000 to Lis na
tive town of Dunfermline, Scotland, for the
purpose'of establishing a free library; has
increased his gilt to $40,000. The build
ing will cost $20,000, and will contain a li
brary and reading and recreation rooms.
One of the most useful and desirable,
and most needed edifices that could be
erected is a city hall with the various ot-cf-s,
etc., which should include a large,
well lighted and accessible room for the
public library, an institution which, unpre
tending as it now is, and dependent upon
the generosity of one of our large hearted
citizens for its quarters could be made with
a little assistance.
President Hayes has tendered to Mr. F.
B. Sanborn, of Concord, the honor of repre
sentingthe United States at the Interna
tional Eleemosynary CongTess to be held at
Milan, Italy, during the last week of
August and the first week of September.
Mr. Sanborn was elected president of the
..National Conference ol Charities and Cor
rections at Cleveland in July. lie is in ev
er way well fitted to represent our country,
with honor to it and credit to himself.
An important factor in the advance and
prosperity of the city. An educated studi
ous, thoughtful community is always an
orderly, law abiding one. Provide a good
library and readidg room put it in charge
of earnest and faithful women who have
proved their cap'icity for successful business
management, cultivate a taste for its privi
leges among our young people, and it will
help to refine and elevate, and go far toward
neutralizing the attraction of the salloon
and low places of amusement, pitfalls for
Miss A. C. Fletcher has prepared a
course of lectures for the coming winter on
"Ancient America." Miss Fletcher is an
enthusiastic student; the antiquities of
America have for years been of exceeding
interest to her; she has investigated the
mounds of the Ohio and Mississippi valleys,
the camps and rock shelters, the antiquities
of the coast, the people of the Pueblos, and
she has collected a great deal of curious
information, picturesque tacts, hints and
glimpses from which one can construct
something of the life of early Americans,
Professor Putnam of Cambridge, highly
commends these lectures in a letter.
Emily Huntington, a philanthro
pist associated with New York's Five
Points mission, had a huppy inspiration
four years sincf, showing how ragged and
ignorant young girls might be taught
housekeeping. It began in a scheme to
teach them plain sewing in the Wilson In
dustrial School. Here they were given one
good meal every day, and this involved so
much work that Miss Huntington tried to
muster in some ot the older giris as tem
porary kitchen help. To her dismay they
were found so lamentably ignorant and
clumsy that they couldn't wash a dish or
peel a potato. This suggested to her the
organization ot large classes in housework,
but then tho puzzle arose how to set them
all at work at a time so they could bo
taught in classes. This was solved Ly pro
viding the girls with toy utensils and drill
ing them in the manual of their use,
There were six in tho first class; but the
project has been so successful that tlie
kitchen gardeu association, organized only
eight months 8go, has spread to all the
p'oor districts of thn city, and has now
under its supervision fourteen classes num
bering more than 800 little girls.
Poweii of Speaking Rkstouei). Now-
ash, Ontario, D. C, March 30, 1870. Jonat
Fotherininll writes: Some two months
ttjro my son loBt his voice. Nono of tho
physicians could do him any good. Two
hours after taking the second doso of Fel
lows' llvDODhosnhites his nower of sDeak-
log was positively restored.
.......... St. Lou it
City of Providence..
J no. Oil more
A. J. Baker
J no. D. Maud...
(.olden Rule .. ..
City of Provldeuc
Jno. A. fcudder
A. J. Baker .
Jno. 13. ilaud. ...
,. New Orleans
. . New Orleans
The Jno B. Maud passed up yesterday
The City of Providence was loaded for
The Colorado added liberally here for
Capt. Branch of the Sam Roberts was
again in town yesterday.
The Hillman hada big trip from the
Madrid bends; lumber, beer kegs and hoop
poles (whoop poles (?).
- The W. P. Halliday came out yester
day evening, and will leave during the day.
She will fill out here.
Justus Cunningham is first cook on
the "My Choice"' and it is said there is not
a better cook on the river.
Cole Boren came down on the Fowler
yesterday from Mound City and left for
St. Louis by rail. He is on a prospecting
The Golden Rule came down yester
day towing a barge. She transferred the
freight and after adding a few hundred
tons here left yesterday noon.
The Idlewild came out with a large
pleasure party aboard from Evansville
Mrs. Charles Galigher and lamily were pas
sengers on her to Evansville.
The ViBt Shinkle passed down early
yesterday morning with the best Memphis
trip of the season. She added largely here,
and got away with her guards in the water.
Capt. Frank Bedard was a passenger
on the Maud. He reports things quiet at
the wreck of the City of Vicksburg and
work goingon rapidly. Capt.Trank does not
look like a corpse by any means, although
it looked at one time like there would
be bloody work about Ashport.
The Scudder came out towing a barge
containing 400 tons. She lightened to five
feet and came over the bar back of town
without any trouble, but was obliged to
wait till those boats and barges which
blocked up the channel got out of the way.
She filled out here and got away late Fri
Harry Matson philosophizes somewhat
in the following strain- '"There are fifty
steamboats plying in the Mississippi river;
there are ninety snags in the said river, be
tween Cairo and Memphis; there are three
steamboats that ply in the Missouri river,
and the government has in commission
three elegantly appointed snagbnats. A
careful survey of the panorama, through the
optics of the interested pilot, discovers the
presence in Missouri river, one 6nagboat;
in the Mississippi river, between Cairo and
St. Louis, one snagboat; but among the
ninety snags between Cairo and Memphis,
nary one. The third snag jerker's wherea
kmts is entirely and utterly unknown.
She is supposed to be where the others
ought to be, on the docks." Harry's head
She arrives at 2 p. m.; at 2:30 she
gives a long bewildering blast of the big
w histle, at 2:45 the engineer interviews the
thundering mud-valve, at 3 p. m. the small
liver searching pandemonion born cocoanut
whistle located on the boilers edifies the
denizens of the wharf, at 3:30 the big
whistle is made again to do duty, at 4
o'clock the big bell is unchained, which
together with mud valves, engineers ready
whistles; shouts of the mates, and the gen
eral murmur (?) of the roosters, fills in the
time until the hour of departure 4 :30 she
promptly let go all her lines, and as if to
render a lust farewell to the already deaf
ened and heart broken populous who are
fated to do business on the levee, thu whale
battery of.this modern bedlam is cut loos,
and uutil she passes out of sight around the
point, the levee remains a deserted waste;
a barren locality, a desert amid plenty,
with a future pleasant enough to bo sure,
but sadly marred with the prospect of a
repitition of the war dance upon the mor
row. Is there a God in Israel?
"Swatne's Ointment and Pills." The
greatest remedies tho world has ever known
curing the most inveterate case of skin
diseases, such as tetter, salt rheum, scaly
head, Imrbe's itch, sores, all crusty, scald
skin eruptions, and that distressing com
plaint, itching piles. As a blood purifier
and regulator, Swayne's Tar and Sarsapa
rilla Pills are excellent. Cure sick and
nerveous headache, dyspepsia, indigestion,
ward off malarial fevers, cleansing the sys
tem and bowels ot all impurities, restoring
to healthy activity every organ of the body.
Price 25 cunts a box, five boxes $1, Oint
ment CO cents, thrco boxes f 1.23. Can be
sent by mail to any address on receipt of
price. Address letters, Dr. Swayno & Son,
350 North Sixth street, Philadelphia.
Sold by all leading druggists. (2)
"More food and less medicine, more of
nourishment and strength, less of the debil
itating influence of drugs is what our feeble
and exhausted constitutions require," said
Baron Lieblg, when he perfected tho com
position of the "Malt Bitters."
" . ! . ..a
. . . . """"" kitty, !.
Obtained for new inventions, or for Improvements
on old nes j for medical or other compounds, trade
marks and labels. Caveat , Atsifrnmunts, Iutr
ferences, Appeals. Suits for Infriusemunts, and
ail cases arising under the Patent Laws, prompt
ly attended to. Inventions that have been
t V TVf'TVTs nv tn8 Ptent Offlco may still,
lj) Xjj1.Xj1J u most cases, bu patented by
us. Belnit opposite the I'. 8. Patent Department,
and eniraued In Patent business exclusively, we can
make closer searches, and secure Patents more
promptly, and with broader claims, than those who
are remote from Washington.
I Y VFYTWN f'eud u mo(lel or "kt'tch '
ill IjIi X KfllO your device: we make ex
aminations and advise as to patentability, free of
charge. All Correspondence strictly confidential.
Prices low, and no chartre unless Patent is seenred.
We refer in Washintrton, to lion Postmaster
General D. M. Key, Rev. K. D.Power The German
American National Hank, to officials in the V. S.
Pateut Office, and to Senators and Representatives
in Cneres: and especially to oar clients in every
State In the L'nlou and in Canada. Addren
O. A. SNOW Sc CO.,
Opposite Pat nt Office. Washington D. C
DIXON SPRINGS, ILL.
Is now opened for the reception of either
or those needing a
These sprites are noted for their health pivlnc,
inviforatinp. medicinal properties, and are situ
ated in a bljili, healthy locality, and are surrounded
Cool, pleasant proves, nice croquet prounds.
Rooms are all furnished with new furniture and
beddinp. The tables will be supplied with the
very best th country afiords. No pains will be
spared to give satisfaction to the guests.
A Good StringBancl.
Has been secured for the entire season. Board f-i
per week. Special rates to families.
J. R. BROWN, Proprietor.
AGENTS WANTED to sell the Lite ot
GEN. W. S. HANCOCK
by the vcterin journalist author andman of letters
Col. JOHN W. FORNEY. The standard on the
subject, and a prand model of biographical litera
ture. The only authorized and authentic work.
Fully illustrated . Send fifty cents at once for out
fit. Best terms. C. II. LILLINGSTON 4 CO.,
Pubs.. Cor.. Sixth and Pine Ms.. St. Louis. Mo.
Qt AV. WHEELER,
Summer Wood ami Kindling
constantly on hand
At Seventy-five cents per load.
At one dollar per load.
The "trimmings" arc coarse shavings and make
the best summer wood for cooking purposes as well
at tne cneapesi ever soia in Cairo, ror oiacav
smith's nse in setting tires, they are unequalled
Leave your orders at the Tenth street wood yard
MILL AXD COMMISSION.
FLOUK. GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
ft"EV YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN- THE CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIER te CO.
Cor. Nineteenth street and I pn;n Til
Commercial Ave. f v-JlJH', IJi.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Monatacturer of and Dealer InAlso
TIN, COPTER & SHEET-IRON WARE
EVau. kimii or job woki dons to ordbiuXJ
NO. 27, EIGHTH BTBEET.
CAIRO. ! . -ILLINOIS
ZZ .....I.........M.. iJ ..
Pzx:::::::::Sold by PAUL G. SCIIUII, CAIRO, ILLS.- :g
W 7 7 1st. t !!. t t. eittttftltMtlM . tfw
GRAND PIANO COMPANY
311 and 313 Plum Street Cincinnati, Ohio.
GRAXD SQUARE & UPRIGHT PIANOS
Which for beunty of finish, evenness of action, sweetness, powor and brilliancy of tone, end treat
durability are unexcelled.
A flMt-class piono at a very moderate price. Send for illustrated catulognc.
GRAND PIANO CO.
Xos, 311 and 313 Plum Street, Cin'ti, O
Eelectric eclkcthio Eclectric
Oil. oil. oil;
WOKTH ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD.
Conglis. Colds, ami Congestion
Only SEE the RIGHT Remedies (inieMv procured.
Universally used, and by all RECOMMENDED.
GET ELECTRIC OIL, it is perfectly splendid.
Have a care. Dr. Thomas' Electric OiFs what you get. H
Sold by every Druggist, the name DON'T FORGET. $
Sold by all Druggists. PRICE 50 cents and $1.00.
Go to TAUL G. SCIIUII, Druggist, Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Freemans' New National
Dys. For brightness and durability of color are unequalled. Color from 2 to 5
pounds, price 15 cents.
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE
TRADEMARK. The Great EdrIIsIiTKADE MARK
Hemcdv, an un
failing' cure for
diseases that fol
low as a conse
quence of self
Tj.f (P.ui"use! as loss ol.
xwiure AtumiEnieuiorv. universal
lassitude, pain m the back. dim-Aft.'- ToW
ctsi of vision, premature old aire."1
and many other diseases that lead to insanity or
consunjpium unu a premature pravc.
Full particulars fu our pamohlet. which we do.
sire to send free by mail to every one. The sue-
cl8c medicine is sold by all drupplsts at fl per
pacKuce, six ior a. or win do i.em iree ny man on
receipt of the monEy by addresslnp XHE OKAY
MEDICINE CO., No. 8 Mechanics block, Detroit
.Mich, sold in Cairo ny Barclay Bros., l'aul Q
Schuh and Geo. E. O'liura.
To N'ervons Ftifl'erors The Groat Enropoan Rem-
Uiv rr. J. B. Nmpiion'sSpfciiiP Medicine.
Dr. J B. Simpson's Spcclrlc Medicine Is a posi
tive cure for Spermatorrhea, Imputeticy, Weakness
and nil diseases resulting from self-Ahuse. as Ner
vous Debility, Irritability. Mental Anxiety, Lanpuor,
Luseltnde. Depression offpirlisaud functional tie-
raneements of the Nervous system generally I'aius
in hack or Side, Los of Memory. Premature Old
Ape antl diseases
that lead to Con
ty and an early
prove, or uotn.
No matter how
system may be
from excesses of
any kind, a short
course of this medicine will restore, tlie lost Tunc
tions and procure health aud happiness . where be
fore was despondency and cloom Tho tipcc.lllo
Medicine is beine, used Willi wonderful suc
cess. Pumtihlets sent free to a 11. Write for them and
pet full particulars,
rnco. ppt'cinc. si.'uper racKapp. or six pbck-
apes for .Vfi. Will be sent by iiiail on receipt of
money. Address nil orders.
.1. 11. M.M1PO., !l .MtlUt. 'l.NK. CU.,
Nos. 114 and W Main St., Buffalo, N. Y.
FOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOr AND
Vulcan Iron "Works
93 OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO. HIS.
John T. Remiie,
HAVIN'O established his works at the above men
tioned place is better prepared than ever for
manufacturlnp Steam Enplnes and Mill Machinery.
Having a titeam Hummer and ample Tools, the
manufacture of all kinds of Machinery. Hull road.
Sti uinbont and Ilrtdpe Forpjnps made a specialty.
Especial attention given to repairs of &l "Hues and
itrass c astings or an Kinas maae to oraei
Pipe F ttlng to all its branches.
We are the largest tiiortont in ths rnlted
8tt'i. antl wewTllpay thehlgheit market Brief
in rash for any quantity.
Addrcit T A TTIJ 'flL
ii a. nuiueu & t u.
Viae Btrest CINCINNATI.
!!! !. ,, 3,aaMMM
of lungs can be Cured. C
NEW YORK SUN
For the Campaign.
The Weekly Snn will be found a useful atitilary
bv all who are earnestly working for the reform of
National Government. Believing that the evils
which have so long beset the country can bo cured
only by a change of the party in tower. The Hun
earnestly supports for President and .Vice-President,
liancock ahd English.
In order that all those who sympathize with oni
purpose may most efficiently co-operate with us,
wo will send The Weealy rnn to clubs, or single
subscrlbers.post-pald.for TWENTY-FIVE CENTS
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THE SUN, New York Sun.
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will And prospectuses of the best in the country
Pinckiiey'8 School and College Dlrec
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CataloKties ol the Vtest schools furnished gratis. T.
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uud teachers. Broadway and Hth street.. New York
NATURE'S GREAT REMEDY.
CATHARTIC I ALTERATIVE
rutAjtANT to Tin TASTs. rat srictrto ro
Dyspepsia and Kidney Troubles
Bund 1.00 for X doa. pint bottles. Bold by DrunrlU.
Address MAUAKA SUCK1L U'HLtU CO., Bl fl'ALO, K.T.J
1ADIES AND STOREKEEPER You can get
Choice Goods cheap, by writing ou a psstal for
our price list, which enables you to order by mall
tlie best w ay, and see tho many kinds of merchan
dise wo keep for sale at suprislngly low prici a. Wo
send samples of liamburu's. luces, rlbbous, fringes,
etc., If reuuestud. Wo sell wholesale aud retail
forensh down A new combination srstetn en
obles us to uoto very close prices. We have $1,
JJ and $S packages of notions which cannot bo
bought for twice tho money elsewhere, all wanted
In even' iHintly. Money returned If not satisfac
tory Houghton A button, ii Trcmont, St. UoetoD
ST. I.OU1S T.AW SCHOOL, Law
Department ot W ashington Vulversity . Four
teenth Annual term rommrtieea Weill exliiv.
October 13, lsso. Courseof study twonnuuai trm
seven months each. Students admitted to titor
class on examination. Tuition, JW) per term. Ad
dress. HENRY IIITCUCO'.'K, Dean of Faculty,
YEAR and expenses to
outfit free Address. P.
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know all about the best paying business before the
public send us your address aud we will fend: yea
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