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VOL. T CAIRO, ILLINOIS. " WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9t 1876. NO. 348.
J IIKAI, r.STATr Atir.NT.
JOHN Q. HARM AN k CO.
J0NVKYANCRRI, R0TARIKB PDitlO
Lind Agnnta of tbe Illluola Cantral and
uuriiuRton ana uui&cy . K. '
North Cor. Sixth and Ohl ZioTaa,
PARKER 6c AXLEY,
ITr.crliil attention irlt.n In Cdllprllnn tit
lie Ht. mid buln of lUal K.latF.CS
BTOllE ROOM WRahinrton
Avenue, between Ninth and Tonth
Strcota, Cairo, Illinois.
I - i .
I'ho Pcoplo'fl Bemedy.
ThoUnivortal Fain Ext aotor.
Note: Aik for Poad'a Extract.
Tak no otuar.
'Ili-ar fur I will auras of txcrllriit thlnjji. '
Injuria to Man or Ttautt,
NlratlD. MLnilni, Conta-
Frttclurc. Cut., Lacr
tMl nt tnelAMl WntiiiilH
Blpedlna; Loap, or
Nae Bleed, and Illecd-
Idk uuma nr Tectu.
Vciulllaar of Bluvtl aod
Plica Rleadinc file,
Blind Pile, (Infallible.)
raiRia, awtueu rate.
tie 8 welllns' or Sorcncaa .
timteaa or Horencai,
or Tfaroat orQuiniy,
Jlare or Inflamed Eyt or
More SflnailM, lDfiamal
Tin Pnlufnl or too rrofiuc
REMEDY I Orareland Slrawrury.
nCIVICUf ,thaHuan and Kxcorla
, lions uf iDl'antu, or
'Vnrlroae Tt-lna. En
FVTFRNAI . laricnl or Innumul lna
tA I CnnHL Ivict-m. old Sorea, Inter
Holla, OirbunclfA, Tu-
....... t I - . U ,1.
LNTERNAL Coma ami Uuniona, Clint-
I m or. lore teet.
USG. dip UalU.
llon or Whitlow, Froat-
k! Llnibn nr 1'art..
Hnaiinltn Illlea. Insect
I Stings, Chapl Hand..
I'UNIVN I'.XTItACrr Is Ibrsalebyall rint.
nan itruKKio'", anu rvcomnienuru uy
all DniKglits, 1'byaicianii, and every
body nLn baa ever iidol It.
Pampblrt ccnUlnlne Hlttor- and UtainaH-
ni irrcon apiuicaiiou, u not lounuaiyour
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
New York and Loudon.
Will most iwr-ltlvely cure any eivse nrrlunma
thru or rheumatic gout.no matter bow long
nUmllntc. on the luce of Iherarth. Ilclng an In
ward application It iloe the work quickly, thor
oughly and permanently, leaving In system
atrong and healthy Write to any prominent
irsonln Wellington City, and you will learn
lhat the abow statement latino in every partic
ular. COSnKXSKt) CERTIFICATES.
Wiislilugton, I). C. December:!, UJI.
Messrs Hclphcmtlne.t Kentleyi
(ienln 1 very cheerfully state that I usk! Dii
mng'a Itlidlllmllc Kvllicdy with decided belied t.
A. II. STEPHENS.
McmUr of Conmvsa of (iu.
Washington, p. C, April II, 1673.
Messrs llelltlietlhtlne A IkMllleV!
Gents: For the just aevta year my wife has
been a great aiuTer from ilicumalUm, hrrdortors
failing to give her relief, sheused three bottles
Duraug'a ftheunintlo ltemedy, and a permanent
curvHs tneresut. wm. ii. kuui,
' 1 Kxecntle Clerk to I'roldck. linint. "
WaHhlnulon. I). ().. March 3. IST.'i.
In thespneeof twelve hours my rhemuatUra
was gone, having token three doies ofDurang's
Ulieunmtln ltemedy, My brotlier. J . It. Cessna,
nriledford, I'a., wacuml by a similar Hmmint.
Member of Congress of I'a
Trice one dollar a IxMle, or ix hottles fur nve
uoliurs. ask your aruggisi mr uurang-H Jtheu
Matic Remedy manufactured by
IIELl'llKNS'l'INK A BBNTLEV.
Druinrlsts and Chemists .
Washington, D. U.
IICPFor ale In Clilngo, by Van Bchaatk
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NORTH SIDE OF EI9HTE STREE1
Rotwaoa WMUactM aa Wtorol4
f lu J
A READABLE LETTER FROM JASPER.
How You Ott to tho Sprlngi.
U'lml Vim Hrc ami no WIimi Von nrp
(aprbd Cotri'ipouilenccof the Calm llulletln.)
Hot SrniNHs, ArkiMU,ia,I'eb. 1, lb7.
With the completion of tho Narrow
Gauge nil way from Malvcnfto tho Sprlngi
all tho romance ofarldc ttirotigb this wild,
moimtalnloiu country in a ilogc cosch that
almost Jolted Iho life out of you, with n
chance of being stopped and asked to con
trlbuteto their necesiitlei by road agents,
baa ceaie J, and now a wc klm along over
tho nnooth track In the elegant coach e,
with icarco u Jar to remind in of what we
used lo endure In nuking the trip, we
fold our bands in thankfulne. that wo
were not born before the discovery of teain
as a motive power, and a feeling "I pit)' for
all the Innumerable caravan who lived and
died without an Idea that there could po
Ibly be a better way to travel than by the
old-fashioned coach. The name of Joe
Reynold, the projector and builder of this
road, will always sound pleasantly In our
Tbe tint noilcabte thing as you wend
your way through the single, straggling
ireet ol tbe vllllage, situated In the bottom
ol the wedgc-hapcd valley, with high
mountain surrounding It on all ldet, Is tbe
steam ar'slng from the water of Hot Sprlog
Creek as it flows a clear, rapid stream, now
through tbe trcrt, and ffow under the
hniis., built ou piles above It, orr Its way
to loin the Ouchlta. A poatle person, who
bad been restored to health by the batht,
describes It a bclnglncento offered up to
the god ol health. To' your matter of fact
mind It will look like the fumes Irom water
poured Into the creek by omc Titanic
washerwoman alter a hard day' washing.
It 1 aliray there, whether It be Incense or
fumcH,but it Is tnostnoti:cableon cool even
ings, when the cold upper air condense It
and cause it to fall like a very heavy dew.
"cnKAf AND TAWnnv."
Tho next thing that will attract your at
tention will bo the unsubstantial houses,
they arc so cheap and tawdry. They aro
built as economically as passible, a the land
on which they ara located Is claimed by
three or four different parties who long ago
divided up the valley among themselves,
pending the settlement of the title, and
rented out the Iota lor building purposes,
exacting exorbitant rent and enforcing
their collection with a shot gun, It a tenant
became obstreperous As they were unable
to aMire pnseion longer than a month,
of course no one would build a house that
he could not take down and haul away on
a two hor-c wapon, should he be obliged to
You stop nt the first hotel you come to
which N tho Hot Springs! and which, tin
til a few year ago, wa the mot prcoitcn
tlout, and tho ouo nt which nil the old
iiristocMtieSouthernorsi-top ied when here.
Elbowing your way through tho crawcU of
ouucrs on tho piazza, whom the arrival of
tho stage from the depot with the mail and
papers lias awakened Into a hor of anima
tion, and who comment on yourappoarance
and the prohaplo discaso with which you
arc alillcted, you nre met at tho door by
a low-voiced man In his sliirt aleoes, who
Addrcses you as "Colonel" and cordially
shake your hand. You are turrouuded by
a crowd as you reglitcr your name, one of
whom make the grattiltlou observation
that, "you write as though tho word was
ou tire," and get thown to your room.
Ilcforoynu get tho dust out of yourcvo.
u knock at the door announces a visitor,
and In reply to your request to come in, a
dapper little nigger ulep In who Introduces
himself m "Memphis Hill" and wants to
know whether you have "hired your rub
ber." Afterconsidorable ctoss-rioootionliig
you find out that he meatis an attendant
for tho bath. Upon your nuswctlng no, ho
makes application for the position and re
fer you to sundry noted personage ;n to
hi oltllciency. At the same time bo bands
you the card of Dr. Doscall and intimates
that ho U the best doctor in tiie valley,
Theu he makes hU bow and depart".
Before you have hud time to bo smpilscd
at the interest every body takes In your
attain, au ehon-bued damsel waltze Into
your room without tiie little formality of
knocking and anuouuee herself the
champion l.tundrcss, inakci a remark or
two About the stain ou your ih'rt front
aud having secured your custom for her
laundry, xuipi out at uacenuonlomly as tho
entered. Having iclectcd your physclan
(there aro about fifty Irani which to choose),
your "rubber" nod washerwoman, you
next morning enter upon' Iho tank of
Cl'IU.W. YOl'R ltllKUMATlSM,
The doctor prescribes potash, laxative
pill, a dally bath at a temperature of ninety.
eight degrees with vapor pack, etc., aud
prohibits tho use of tobacco and liquor
You purchase biauknU, towel., red flannel
fhlrti and drawers, a "r.t1 can" and a ticket
for twenty-one baths. The bath bouse aro
all supplied with these things, but your
self respect v III not penult ynu to uto
TIIR DATJl nnvAi:a
aro nil built over the small stream formed
by tbo water Irom the spriugs and uro sup
plied from hot anu cold water tanks, led by
plpcn direct from the spring on tho aide of
the raounutn, which nre sealed shut to pre
vent any impurities from getting into tlum.
Tho water at It come from the xprlug I
too not for batmng, being about ino de
greo and la cooled by a stream of cold
water. Tbo process ot bathing 1 as follows:'
Tbe water having b?en reduced to the
proper temperature you step lu and soak
yourseltfor about tlx minute, drinking
In the moan time several cups of tho hot
water Irom your ral can. And singularly
enough II docs not nnueiil you in me
least. Tho attendant then rpenf a small
door and ynu step Intn the tapor-a small
closet almost air-tight ar.d full ol vapor
which arises front the kot water which
flows In a stream under tie Ut floor. The
perxplratlonat onto beghs to Issue from
every pore. While you'csntlnuc to
IiRI.NK HOT WATER,
two or three minutes lu', tic vapor Is as
much m mot people sin sjnd, the atten
dant then wrap you In bl.ukets, seats you
upon a board laid across the tub with your
feet immersed In water of mil temperature
and leaves you for sovcral Minutes to sweat
and Nwcltcr. lie then unvrapj you. rubs
you briskly with a coirse vowel and hi
work I finished. Yon put on your red
flamiel drawer and shirt and (lit through
thTballs to your room, where on Ho down
ou tho bed feeling very much parboiled.
Gradually you cool oil", whllo i pleasant
langour pervades tho whole ysten,and you
Nil a.teep. on awaking you i.l v.ry mtt:h
debilitated, but a'warm breakfait revives
you and you stroll out upon the p'srza In
front of the hotel "hero you ihid thi samo
crowd that greeted your arrival the prev
ious evening. They stt llstlesily sround,
each with a small stained stick with half a
doren branches Intita.tlcally entwined
around it In hi band, sipping Lot water
from convenient can, languidly diseasing
or tho coming bear baiting at the park.
These aro the old habitue of tho placo
After you have been here a few days you
ad jpt their ftyle and take part in criticising
new comers. Von will also make tbe mis
take of detailing to some of them an account
of tho sufferings ynu bave endured, but so
far from eliding a word of sympathy from
any one you will bo laughed at for your
trouble. No mere recital ot Wuiy pau
will provoke any comment save iliv,,
and unless ynu have u pair ol legs bent and
twisted like a grape vine, or a wren as big as
ao.rpetting, you bad better keep cjulet.
The cures wrought by the-e waters border
on tho miraculous 1 have seen men
brought here on cot to
ni.DEVII.ED DV HltEUMATISM
th it they would scream If you looked -at
them, and after a courts of baths I have
seen them leave on loot without the aid of
crutch or cane. All ca3 of rheumatism
do not yield to them, but for syphilis,
scrofula and klndered diseases they are
a fpecillc, tbo most obstinate cases being
cured alter one or two courses of baths.
Now a word or two of advice to those
contemplating a visit here. If you wish to
derive the full benellt ol the waters you
OBEY YOUR DOCTOIt
Impllcltyj otherwise you will bo disap
pointed. Bring with you a stout pair of
shoes ; for, In pleaiint weather noth
ing is so exonerating as a tour or five
mtio tramp over the mountains, aud you
will readily fall into the habit orwalking.
Bring also the works of your favorite au
thor, and don't fall to have your daily paper
mailed to you, otherwise you will suffer
Irom cnniile. ,Many visitors who are
not able to walk much at first, put in a
great deal of time pleasautly by riding in
tho street car and chatting with each
other or any chance paisengcr they can
drag into a conversation. Tho natives hero
have an abiding faith that as soon us the
title to the land 1 definitely quieted that
this will be the
and visions of great weilth float before their
dazzled minds. I doubt it. Tho amount of
sickness and the repulsive forms of some of
it one seos here every dty would shock the
the Jollity out of even Mark Tapley. But
as a resort for those seeking relief from
many kinds of ailments it is growing in
popularity every duy as tho virtues of the
waters become moro widely known; and
now, with the completion of tho narrow
gaugo railroad, whlob U equipped second
to none In the country, between this aud
Malvern, on the Iron .Mountain railroad,
hundreds arc ilocklnj here who could not
stand the terrible stage ride of the olden
lUumsiirnn, Ills,, Jan. is, 1S7C.
WEare now minug a very superior article
ot coal free from all impurities, especially
adapted for grated aud household ue generally,
which we will deliver In Cairo, on the Cairo and
V incennes truck by the car luid ofsoo bushels
at nine (O) cents ier bushel, a-two dollars and
twenty-rive ccnta ($3 23) r tin
We also have a very uper.or article of Nut
Coal which we will deliver m track at sixteen
dollar lcr car 3uo buttiels. I'urtlea not
wishing a car load will call ujon F. M Wurd on
Eighth street, between Conmerclal and Wash
ington avenues, and bu supilleilut lensoimlile
trcms. Mr. Ward will nlso Vlirrr this coal to
any part of tho city nt IM &o icrcir load, inak
tbucoal wMtubout 2 M per ton, All the coal
uaedbvtheO.HmlV.lt.il. I nlplli-d from
mil-mines, and it has no fcujcilot in the miirkei.
Address all orders fur con, to
, U'F. M. Ward. Kq,, hns teams and will de
Ivcr till, coal at 63 IW per ear. l-ai-dlf.
in Fresh Meats
Between Washington mad , Oomwerolal
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RKKl'S Air aai th best Beef. Perk. Mnttoa
, Veal, Lamb, Hauaagt, and U pr
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ft r - r a". w -WW w .w w w.t-4TW -
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The Gamble Wagon
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
THE BEST and CRRAFZ8T WJQOH TtfArT
OFACTORED aAxIUPACTORY, OHIO LEVEE
Near Tturth-Fourth Streat
SIXTH STBEET, Botweon OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufactures hia own Horse Shoes and
can Assure Good Work.
WHOLESALE AND RRTATL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 10th Bt. and Commercial Av
C. 0. PATIEE & CO.
STRATTON & BIRD.
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDER CO.
B7 Ohio Levee.
O. D WILLIAMSON.
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estahllshcd Illustrated Periodicals InAiueilea,
rficy are now flint offered to cuiiVNusers, wlio
wil),- If Ihty Secure an agency and exclusive ter
ritory, be enabled to introduce seventeen flrrt
class illustrated reiiodlciU, suttel to as many
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fruuuiglit new and beautiful chromos, given
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disss,. Agency Department, Frank Leslie
Publishing House, 667 Pearl Street, New York
ltxMtt Medio! Book
and tMrU for ladle and .Oeata. Seal frn for
Leading Journal of Southern
Will steadfastly oppose the policies ol fa
Republican party, and rcfuae to be' U.
melted i-the dictation ol any clique In tbe
Itbedevcs that the Republican party has
fulfilled Its mission, and that the Demo
cratic party as now organized sboulu be re
stored to power.
It believe tbe Radical tyranny tbat n,
for several years oppressed the South
should ho overthrown and tbe people ct me
southern States permitted to control theu
It bcllovss that railroad corporation
should be prohibited by cglslatlr f aicfi
mnt from extorting; and unjustly diterlat
laatlng In their business transaction wit
tho public. ,
It recognir.e the equality ot all en b
fore the law.
It advocate free coamtrct Utla for
It advocates resumption of spiel pay
raent, and honest paymeat of tho pUbUo
It advocates econotny m tho adWalitra.
tlon ot public aflalrs
AS A NEWSPAPER
The Bulletin will publish all the local aim
ol Cairo, and a variety of Commercial, Po
lltleal, 1'orelgn and General New, and ea
deavor to please all tastes and, Interest aa
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$1 25 PER YEAB,
Postage prepaid. It Is the cheapest paper ''
in thq West, and I a pleasing Plrenu'o
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Cannot (all to too the vald induce
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ol cheap ami profltable advertisement
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