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From DR. S. W. HUNTER,
Having become familiar with Cobb-n Likiiiu's
Liquid Kxtiiai r or Hkkk and Tonic In vioruior. I
tuku pleasure In recommending It um nu -m-.-1I 'lit
preparation, coinhlillng ns it docs koiiij nnil'ioNin
ii iireinsrKimio way, producing iimini.i(ou, iibai.'NI
poui ny uii urn ;
A DAY to Agents ciinvniMiij tor tin1 FiUBsin
VlstTOII. Terms mill on t ft 1 Ire,, Address. 1'.
0. YICKEKY, Augusta, .Maine,
' rancy Carls, Chromo. Snowllnke. Ac.
ullki', wltli uiimi;, in;. J. (dinkier &
Nassau, N . Y.
Ci??" month and expense tfiiur.nit 1 to Agent.
V' Outlltfrce. Shaw t.'u., Augusta, Maine.
A (1 VIM't kt'ini'll t ,,f 4 """" ll""'r":'1 ' wwk
''"HI 1 11.1111 II I in huh newspaper for 10
Send 10c. for UM mi: pamplilut. (j. P. RuWF.LI.
A t o., N. Y.
Johnson's Anodyne I.lnimi'ii! will pot'ivey pre
vi'iit this terrible ilieae. and will positively t ine
tilliu cnai'ii in ti'ii. Iiiluniiu'ioii tlu.t will nine many
lives hciiI free liy limit. lion't delay 0 lii'ilni-i.t.
Prevention I hottif tl uu cure. Sold cum u here.
I. S. JullNSU.N .V Co.. Bangor. Maine. '
A FREE GIFT!
(if a copy of My Medical Common Sense Hook, to
any person siitferug from Consumption, A-llnna,
Catarrh, Bronchitis, I .r h u Hie voire, or Sore
Throat. Send name and poi-ntllc addres, with
two postage stamp. State vour slcknens. The
Jiook I i-leg.mtl Illustrated d'lt pp. l'jnio. lST'.u.
'I lie Information it contains in tlm providence. o
(oil. hni saved many liven. 1 lie author hint been
treating disean- n of the No-.-, Throat and Luiir. an
anpei ml prinlre In Cincinnati, since, KV,. Address
Dr, X. II. Wuir, ( lnn.,U.
CKI.EBRAThl) THE UiHtl.I) UVtK,
The manufacturers were awanleil the highest
ami only medal given nihher pla-ters, at both
the Centennial inn! 1'aris Kxpositlon.
FAR SI I'KHKi.'i TO
Common porous plaster, liniment. th so
ralleil ekttiii a! appliance, ete. It 1 the best
known remedy cir l.nnie ami Wi nk Back. Rheu
matism. Female Weakness, s. iutira. Lumbago,
Diseased Kidney, (spinal Complaint, and all
ills for which yeiruus platrr c.rc uneii. A-k vrnir
Drin.''iat for ItcnMiii'n ( ini. liie 1'oroiH l'hfti r
anil ee that vnli e-t ii it li in vine. SuM by all
ilruL'it. I'rire i'li i nt.
Mailed on reo.i)t of iirlee. by Seahury A
Johimon, SI I'latt Mreet, X,-w Yoik.
Tin' Most Agreeable Tonic and
. Rest Stomachic
kvf.i: offeiikh the rrin.U'.
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Tiieukhv ISi'AitTtsa Health am Sn:r.MjTH.
KKMKDY SO (.001)
For Laiiiriiii)' and lh'ljility.
The lieiiii-.il funilty iinlor-e It fur Dyitpepnia
j auiioii e. .-,-rvi:i!- r.. i,n;iy. i.n-mii Aiipetite. ami
an oie.if uri-iii' iro:n a ut'iiruvred I.lver or
l'eroii lllr.L'in or viMtinir nrctiiin where Mala
ru n-ii-r ami Acne, itiiiinu lever, dr.. are the
i harartrr: -tii iil, n, , hliuulil be provided with
tli in ali;l:e nieiiein. It i. a fur" jir-'Ventivu f.,r
all uilmiiile arifiti IToiii tuaiarial f,ii;rs. it U a
Q U IN INK.
oi.e 01 i ne rum lomeu'.ai Ae.t. hlcti the .rlence
o: liemiatri lii plared at tae di oal ef the .liv
i-lriiiii. iniiibiiii ij wiih other valiiuhle tunr. ib fi
rately llaiorvd u ith rboicu aromntiia to plrane the
riifc One Iiollar -r l'.tittlc.
Kor ale hy nil the liole:i dru;'ita ill Chi
cago, mid ineilli tuu den'er i;eiierallv.
a. t;. tn-
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the rare ol all private, chronic and npecia) ilinranen.
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Married ladi.-n and e.'iitlrtueii .-.-nd i; ft v cent
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ant Information byepr'-. Con-altntion fr .valid
couUilclitl'il. Ih'i'iiihlc Female i'illn j."i a box.
n r I v a 1 1
men. Ions n vitality, premature weakiienn. em-rva-tinti
of mind and body, disorder of the brain and
nervo'i n t"iii. and liiin.-rien reultins therefrom.
dlly cun d hy HATKs' Sl'Ki TKK'. Pn-pnred
tiy an enilneii! phrnlclau: J'l a cane, for $.1; o)d bv
druL'!' t. For rirnilar with full particular', aJ
dr lilt. IIATLs, '.'l.'l stale street. Chicago, 111.
w1 OAf1-"'' Permanent
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U. Squire, WurthlntuKU,
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Is stieclnllv rerom.
TRADE JMiRK.nu'tided n uu tin-
falMnn cure lor
i Seminal Weaknens
potemy, iiiul all
disease that fol
low as a si.(iiuncc
on Self-abtine; ns
Loss ol Jlemorv,
Before Taldng,l':,e;r,.l,!!I1,',rt;,,Aftor Tailing.
Hack, Dlinness of the Vision, Premature old Aite.
and many other diseases that lend to Itmatiltv. Con
sumption and a Premature (irave, nil of which a a
rule ure llrst caused by devlatinir from the path of
lialurn and nvcr linliili;i'tii'i. The Specific Medicine
Is tho result of a life study and ninny years of ex
perience In tivntlnif these special diseases.
Full particulars In our pamphlets, which wo de
sire to send free hy mall lo every one.
The .MpeclUe Medicine Is solil hv all ilritffulsts at
, $! per packaire, or six puckaixes for$.'i, or w ill he
sent hy mail on receipt ol the tnotii'v bv addressing
Till! OKAY MK fH INK CO.,
No, 10 Mechanic's ltlock, Oktuoit, Mich.
fr-Solil In Cairo, 111., hy Paul O. Sciitli, and
hy liruuulnl everywhere,
TH VIIOM, T IVNT.Y lohard limes you
JU HTilili Ll VAil , Isoinelhlni'of
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y i mid low pileeil book,
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i'vcrythln. AOENTN VANTKI. Address.
FCA51ML & CO., St.'Louis Mo.
THE DAILY -BULLETIN.
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Vor one month, per upmre '. T-11"
Karli addillolnil noiliirn 4.00
I'lllierul llotlre 1 .(JO
( Jtlt uurii'K 'iinl rei)lulloiiH piiNned hy "otlelii'H '
leu i:emn jier line.
Death" unit miirrhiie freu
flmt Innrrtlon. per iniuiire $l.no
Sllbwillelit Ineerliiina .10
KL'ht linen of noil. I nonpareil eonMltute a Uiire.
liini!nyei advertisement" will be charged ueiord
lint to the "(larc oi'riii'e(, at nhove tuten -there be
iiiij twelve hum of nolid type to the Inch.
To regular advertl-ers we uller nnperior Induce
neiitn. Iiih an to ratea of chartc and manner of
di,ilayliii; tln-ir finorn.
Local uotlren twenty ci'titH pellne for (lmt Inner
'Inn; ten cent jmt linn for each nulibnc'jiiciit Inner
Thin pijier mnv be found on file at (o o P. Unwell
& ( o.'n .Nuwniliiiier Aihertilnu' Hun an 1 10 spruce
ntrreti where ailvurtmlnj; contraitn may be niade
tnr it In Xew York.
(.'oniinuiiii ulionn upon nubjertn of "eriernl Interent
lo the laubllr. are in all linien aicpulilu. itejectcd
innniinrrlpt will not he returned.
Letter and coiiimnnientioiin nliould bn addrensed
"Cairo Hulletln. t'alro. illlinoU "
CONTI.St.'KI) FItOM KIltsT P AO K.J
ing was so ncute liu couM cvcti lioar how
tin: trees uinl the :nibs of tlifi Ileitis grew.
Ati'l now, witli liis '.'DiMl dos, the youth
bp'un his caiii)nin of resatie,
".Master, " s;iiil "(Jtiifk-car," "I was near
a luli mountain to-iluy ami heanl one of
the kjn's (iauohters siinnino; within.
"lin-ak down the dour of the mountain,"
cried the youth to his dogs, and lie was
lie filtered and greeted one of the Inst
"Who has broken down my door?"' roared
the giant until the mountain trembled.
"I have done it," answered the youth,
"'and I will now break thee likewise. 'jluld.
hold him, and Tear and (uick-ear teur him
in a thousand pieces.
The giant was torn into innumerable
fragments and tin; princess rescued.
Another of the maidens, di-eovered bv
"Quick-ear," was rescued, ami another of ts
Ami then again "Qiiii:k-4.ar" said to his
master: "I have been on a high mountain.
and I heard within it the King's thin:
daughter weaving cloth ot gold.
"lin-ak down the door," cried the youth
to his dogs, and he was obeyed.
The -riant of the mountain, having hoard
of the fate of his brethren, acted with cau
tion. He used fair words and induced the
youth t break bread with him.
Win n the meal was finished the youth
said: "I must have something with which
to slake my thiit."
The giant anvered : "Un on the moun
tain there is a spring which runs with the
brightest wine, but I have no one who can
'I will fond one of mv dogs," said the
youth. "Hold" was sent, but did not re
turn' and "Tear" was sent aftur him, but
did not return either. Then, at last, "Quick
ear" was compelled to go after the other
two; and when he got to the top of the
mountain it fared with him as it had with
them a high wall arosj around him iind
he was entrapped by the giant's sorcery
"Now I will avenge mv brothers," cried
the giant to the youth, "for thou art in mv
Hut in that moment the sorcery was dis
solved, and "Hold" held the giant whi
"i ear aim "uuick-car tore mm into a
And so the youth married the fairest of
the maidens and reigned over half tho
Popular opinion has rescued ninnvofthe
interests ol the mas-.es from the giants of
old-time political doctrines, mmi the cave
of superstition, ignorance and tvrannv; but
it did not succeed ia o doing until it got
into its service the gml dogs of the press
"lli'M, that holds to everything his mas
ter bid him lm,d; and "Tear," that rend.-
to piece whatever his master bids him tear
and "Quick-ear," that is aware of every
thing that happens, and even hears how th
trees and the grass grow in political hih
moral fields of the win Id. At this moment
Popular Opinion is in the third cave listen
ing to the soft words of the Giant of Con
ccntrated Wealth. J hit suit words cannot
save the giant long. Hv tnesorcerv of his
gold he niav imprison the press dogs, aiii
in confidence of his strength threaten Pon
ulnr Opinion with destruction; but the sor
eery will be dispelled and he be torn into
And then Popular Opinion will be mar
ried to the princess of the people and rule
over all the world: and
"Wealth no more shall rest In mounded heaps,
But smlt with freer llflit. slmvlv me It
In many st renins to fatten lower' land:
And Huht shall spread, and man he llker man
Throuuh all the seaoti of the e-ohlen v.-nr."
Hut you must pardon me. This has noth
ing to do with "what I don't know about
printing." I am detaining you unprotitablv
And so not "good-bye," I hopo, but
Ilokiiu. A throng ot sufferers, with
coughs and colds, annually go south to en
joy the ethereal mildness of the land of
flowers. To them wo would say the neces
sity of that expensive trip is obviated by
Compound Honey of Tar, which speedily
vanquishes the coughs and colds incident to
tins rigorous chine. For public speakers it
surpasses the Deniosthcric regimen of "peb
bles nml sea shore;" clearing the throat tin
til the voice rings with the silvery cadence
of a bell. Use Compound Honey of Tar.
Price 50 cents n bottle. Uauclay Vitus.,
When used for Hheuinatisin.SoroThront,
Lame Hack, Neuralgia, Sprains, Bruises,
Cuts, Contracted MUscl,.S) Stiff Joints, Corns
and Hums, on human beings; and Spavin,
Ititigbone, Galls, Cuts, Scratches, etc., on
animals, Cousseiis1 MghtinK Lnim)nt is
unequalled, mid its effect simply electrical.
As its name suggests, it is rjukk to relieve!
and thousands bear witness to itH asloU1i.'
ing virtues. Uauclay lm
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;
Jumc. Flk radticah
Gold Unnt Now Orleans
Aiinle I'. Kllver 8t. Louis
ons Mlllnr Memphis
Iron .Sides and tow Ht. LouU
James Fink Padticali
(,old hunt St. LouU
Anulu P. Hllver Now Orloatu
Cons Millor Cincinnati
Irou Sides and tow . ', Paducat
Tho Idlewild had fair trips m and out.
Tho Mollio Moor is duo from St. Louis.
Tho V. P. Schcnck is over duo from the
The Pulton City and barges left St. Louis
The Clinton, from St. Louis for Cincin
nati, is overdue,
Tho Arkansas Hell from Evansvillo and
return, is due this afternoon.
The James W. Gaff was to leave
Memphis for Cincinnati last evening.
The Alice lirown with a tow of empties
for Pittsburg, is due from the south.
Tho Commonwealth is due from St. Louis,
en rout'; to New Orleans this evening.
Tin; Cons Millor passed up. during the
morning, hhe lias a big trip o! cotton, oil,
The Simpson Horner and J. C. Marcer
lei t Louisville on Friday with coal for New
Tho Ooltlen City for New Orleans and
Vint Shinkle for Memphis, left Cincinnati
The Grand Lake was due from St. Louis,
with a part of tlie tow to be taken south by
the Future City.
The John Gilmorc will add at Memphis
two barges containing 2,100 bales cotton
and 700 tons of coak.
The fall in the river at Cincinnati has
left tho hurricane roof of the Ed Ilobbs
out of the water, and if the decline con
tinues, Hiram Hill will begin his labors to
raise her in a day or two.
The Robin is over due from Memphis.
She has 1112 bales ,of cotton. and 1400
barrels of oil for Cincinnati, at 14 cents per
hundred, and GO.ftOO feet of walnut lumber
which goes to Philadelphia.
Tlie Gold Dust, Captain John McCord,
arrived about eight o'clock Friday night.
She discharged 100 tons sugar and molas
ses for the east and left for St. Louis at one
o'clock yesterday morning.
Tlie New Mary Houston left Cincinnati
on Thursday evening with 400 tons. As
there is plenty of freight in the Ohio, she
will be very likely to have a big cargo by
the time she reaches this port.
The Annie P. Silver arrived about day
break yesterday morning. She had a fine
cargo on arrival here, and made liberal ad
ditions, as all boats do that come" to
Cairo, She got away last evening.
The Iron Sides arrived from St. Louis
luring the morning with a tow of empties
and left during the afternoon for Paducah,
where she will swap her empties to the
Nellie Speer for a tow of loaded barges,
which go to St. Louis.
Capt. Gus Ponnally, of Cincinnati, and
Mr. Chris Hnsehe, of Louisville, are pas
sengers on the New Mary Houston, for this
city. TheV will be joined here by Mr. M.
Daily who will arrive by rail. All three of
these gentlemen are directors of the South
ern Transportation Company, and come to
investigate as to freights, etc., between
Cairo and Cincinnati.
Fashion notes.--Fur Collars are little
worn by ladies this season, and this will
rise to many severe coughs and colds. Dr.
Hull's Cough Syrup is a certain and safe
cure in every case. Price 25 cents.
THE Glt.U'K PAULINO OF AMKHICA X LI011T
Special to the New York Herald.
The country at large will be pleased to
know that Ida Lewis, the Grace Darling of
America, has been appointed keeper of
the lighthouse situated on the Lime
Kocks in this harbor, at a salary of $750
per year. Her mother has been custodian of
the light since the de:i'h of Ida's father
a few years ago. The la" -r, by reason of
her age, was induced to i ign, through the
influence of United Stub Senator Hum
side, who had Ida appointed in recogni
tion of her services in saving life. Secreta
ry Sherman in his letter conveying tho ap
pointment says, "This appointment is con
ferred upon you ns a mark of tny apprecia
tion of your noble and heroic ellort in sav
ing human life." Tho keepership ol the
light, therefore, is retained in the family.
The salary has been increased JfJoO for
Ida's benefit. Her mother will remain
with her. The interview of Paul Hoy ton
with Ida, as published in the llefald a few
weeks ago, it is thought made a favorable
impression at Washington, and the govern
ment was thus forcibly reminded of tlie
large number of lives which she lias saved
while living at Lime Hocks.
In referring to tho above the Herald says
"Tho gruffest opponent of wonmn's rights
cannot help rejoicing at tho appointment
ot Miss Ida Lewis to tho keepership of tho
Lime Hock light. This lady, whoso clear
head, stout arms and great heart have res
cued strong men from watery graves, has
for years been assisting her father ami
mother, who were successively tho keepers
of the light, but her merits fully deserve
the special public recognition conveyed by
tlm appointment and tlio increased salary
attached to it, No money or fame can
compensate a person for risking
his life to save that of another,
but unselfishness deeds of daring ar so
rare that .whatever tokens of nipreclation
arc within the public gift should lie heart-
ily ami openly bestowed, particularly when
SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 9
the recipient is of that sex which tho civH-
ized world by common consent excuses
from out-of-door risks. Though all the
years in which her skill and bravery have.
niuno ner prominent, miss Lewis has been
noted for that shrinking modesty that
characterize ull true heroes, but neither her
reservo nor her secluded home can save
Iter from tho hearty good wishes which tho
Announcement of her appointment will call
forth from every American homo that is
visited by a newspaper."
AIJl'HU IN THE IIEAUT.
THE LONO BLFFF.UIXO AM) DKATIt OK AN
From the Chlcaito Tribune.
A lady residing near Cleveland, Ohio,
died a short time ago from an unknown
disease which greatly puzzled the attend
ing physicians,- the symptoms being similar
to those experienced in rheumatism of the
heart. After her long suffering ended in
in death, a post-mortem examination re
vealed one of tho most wonderful things
known to the medical profession. A largo
burdock burr was found securely embeded
in the heart, against tho posterior surface
of the aorta, just at tho point where it
emerges fn,ni the body of tho heart, com
pletely covered with cystic-like tissue
which had firmly enveloped all the large
blood-vessels leading to and from the heart,
which orgali was in a high state of inHnma
tion, the left ventricle being greatly enlarg
ed. A feature which greatly puzzles the
doctors is the fact that tile large aorta about
three inches from tho heart is found to be
worn as thin as tissue paper fur about the
space of an inch, only the outer covering of
the large artery remaining. This is suppos
ed to have been produced by the close
proximity of the burr in its passage to the
heart. The specimen was forwarded to the
museum of the Hetinett medical college of
this city, and has been inspected by a large
number of leading physicians, who unite
in pronouncing it one of the most extraor
dinary cases on record. Yesterday a Trib
une reporter happened in at the office of
Dr. W. H. Davis, corner State and Madison
streets, while several physicians were exam
ining this medical wonder. Prof. Davis
and others are of the opinion that the burr
must have been breathed into the lungs
while the woman was a child, as she had
been j great sufferer for a number of years,
dnring which time the burr wasjiiigrating
from the bionchial tnbes through the tis
sues to its final lodging place.
DIED OF STARVATION.
Died of starvation Oort! what a pity,
In the heart of a rich and populous city,
Where thousands are blest with the good things of
And life, passes gayly In feasting andmlrth.
Die I while the sleigh-bells were merrily ringing,
Pled while tho feasters w ere joyfully sihing,
Died while the cold w ind so fearfully searches,
Pled In a city so crow tint with churches.
Who was his keeper! Is no one to blame!
Died of starvation (iod what a shame!
, II. C'l.AV Piikiss,
QflCKEN THE CIItCLLATION. Don't let
tlie blood stagnate in your veins. You can
prevent its doing so by increasing its volume
and purity, by stimulating the digestive
organs, and encouraging assimulation, with
that vitalizing agent, Hostetter's Stomach
Hitters. People not afflcted with any or
game or inorganic disease, grow wan and
haggard simply because their blood is thin
watery, deficient in nourishing properties
and so meager in quanitity that the extrem
ities are very imperfectly supplied with it,
and the superficial circulation extremely
feeble. Hence the bloodless appearance of
tie countenance. Hut when the Bitters are
used to enrich and quicke n the blood, the
rsy hue of health returns to the cheek, the
fianie acquires substance as well as vigor,
tli' appetite improves, and no digestive
qmlms interfere either with its grattication
orthe subsequent tranquillity of the stom
Toe Mvst Ct'itK that Cocciii. With
Shloh's Consumption Cure you can cure
yotrself. It has estabiisjied the tact that
Coisumption can be cured, while for Coughs
Hrovhitis, Whooping Cough, Asthma, and
till diseases of Throat and Lungs, it is abso
lutcy without tin equal, Two doses will re
licvi your child of Croup, it is pleasant to
take and perfectly harmless to the youngest
child, and no mother can etlbrd tube with
out it You can Use two thirds of a bottle
and if what we say is not true we will re
fund the price paid. Price 10 ds. fiOcK
and ;1, 00 per bottle. If your Lungs are
sore if chest or back lame use Shiloh's Por
ous Hasti'V. Sold by Harchiv Hmthers.
Have you Dyspepsia, tire you Constipa
ted, have you a Yellow skin, Loss of Appe
tite, Head Ache, if so don't fail to use Shi
loh's System Vitalize!'. It guarant I to
relieve you, and will you continue to suffer
when you can be cured on such terms as
these. Price 10 cents, and 7" cents. Sold by
Well's IVrian Perlunie ''llackinetaek"
is rich and fragrant try it. Sold by Han lay
He Ye Like Foolish,--' For ten years
my wife was confined to her bed with such
a complication of ailments that no doctor
could tell her what was tht matter or cure
her, and 1 used up a small fortune in hum
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