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diseases are caused by dlanrdcred Kidneys or l.iv.
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ilili trutli lias only been known a short tune, and
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"It In the remedy ttint will euro the many ills-
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"K A. Hnmett Cairo Illinois '
The ol.iii.la ain tl Itic, the wnodsarp Kltrhliiii,
A imiidHii U wiilkinir th" ti!'iKy Klmre:
Ami hh the wmvi" brn.ika wilb iniKht, with
She lnire!h nloinl In iho durkw'inc- nlht;
Jlut a ti'i'i U in her triii! o l ever.
For the w nid (eel eni 1. iiml tho ni-urt art, old,
And r'tli"Hlbe Initiht iiypeet i f OHIure no
Then ink" leirk thy ehll I, h ly Virgin, to thee!
1 hiive piiickeil tho 0110 IiIohm m iht bantia on
1 hmo lived, and have loved, atci die.
It' t wren the sonnet and the- oa,
Mv lovo IhI'I bnndd and llpa on me:
(if sweet oanio amir, of dny en 1110 niRht,
Of hiiig desliB entile brief dellirht.
kve. him what thlnif fame of thee,
Iletween the su"(lowu and tho sea?
II' 'tween the an-mtk and the sea,
Joy (fiew tn griff, giiel grew to me:
liov ! lui ii"t to tear, nod teai lo tire,
And dend delight to now d' ro;
Love's tulk, l .vo'a tniirh. there "onied to be
IP t ween tbenea-uid and tho sea.
Iletween the sundown and tbP sea,
L-ivo wiitche l rnie hound lovo with me:
T'len down the nll-g'il len wnter-waya,
Her feet flew alt r yeKteriliiy's;
I saw th' rn eome, and saw them flee,
Iletween the soa-f'um and the sea.
Ilslwpen tho oa-ntid and the set,
livo f II nn slif p. nh'pp fell on nip;
The first star saw twain turn to nun
Il' tween tbo iiicMiini-e an ! the nun:
The UL'Xt, that anw not hue, s.iw me
H-tweeii the S'-ti-ha- ks and the sea.
AlIKKMIN ( HAItl.KS Swl.MBURNa.
A Sailor'. Yarn.
Tlie 151 tick K:i!o had been taken tip
by the company as a liansport to con
vey troops to Calcutta. We nearly
two luiiuircil rank ami li In on boanl;
(lit! major, who coinniatnlinl the rty,
thr 0 licutcnaiiti, ami a doctor. Wo
aro now about l?avjiij Cork Harbor;
the rliain conu'i in merrily to the gongs
of the seamen.
"The anchor i. riht up ami down!"
kIioiiU ilio lifint.swain.
'Heave ami haul!'' says tho mate.
'ionse sails!" "All ready!" is shout
ed front tho respective yards. "Let
f:ill -sheet home to the topsails over
hhiil that starlMiard clewline let go
that slat-board buntline that will do.
The hiieets belay man tho halliards."
The halliards are manned, and tho
three tojtsail.s mast-headed at tho name
lime, In a few miunics the ship is one
crowd of sails from her decks to her
trucks; the starboard main-braces are
hauled in. and the larljo:irdfiire-braces,
tn cat III" ship the right, way. Tho
jibs nie loosed ready for hoistinrr, the
windlass is again manned, again the
chain comes in, but now it comes more
slowly they aro breaking the anchor
out of the ground. Il is away; tho
shin's head falls off heavily from tho
lirht brece, iho jibs arc run tip. the
after-sails fill, the fore-yard is hauled
round, the anchor eattod and fished,
the pood ship Mack Eagle gathers way
through the water, and is now standing
gallantly out of Cork Harbor.
We were scarce clear of the harbor's
mouth, certainly not three miles from
it, when a fearful change came o'er tho
heroes compo-ing the gallant seven
tieth. The night before, while at
anchor, I hey had sung many songs,
nautical; among others, 0110 whoso ev
ery verso terminated with
"ll.iinih for 11 lifo of war and sirife, and a pi
rate's life for tnr;
K r we hi'4 the puute kings, tho demons of tha
All the red-jackets had given chorus
to this song. Scarce twenty-four hours
had passed since these word were (low
ing from their lips, yet how changed
were their feelings. Now they utterly
abhorred the life they had been sighing
for; repentance had conio suddenly,
like a thief in tho night, ami tho "do
1110111 of tho sea" might have been soon
in every part of tho deck, in every
possible altiuito expressive of sea-sickness.
I will now pass over a few wcoks,
mid bring tho Hlaek Kaglo close to the
line. During this time ahe has had her
share of fair and foul winds; the "pi
rates" lmvo quite recovered from their
sea-sickness, and seem again to have
acquired a loste fi that roving lifo, for
nightly do they sing tho samo bold
song, with the samo stentorian chorus.
Tho weather each day becomos warmer
ami the trade winds lighter.
Among tho men belonging to tho
seventieth was a young man tiamod
Palmer; lie was tall and well-made,
and, report said, not a Hlight favorite
among tho fair sex. Ho had been mar
ried a week before nailing, and had
tried all ho could to desert, but ho had
no luck; ho was caught, and brought
on board tho Black Kagle with tho rest.
From tho time of his arrival he spoke
to no 0110, ami from his wild way and
flushed cheeks you would almost have
fancied lie had boon drinking. Of an
evening, dancing, boxing, sitglo-stick;
wont on, among tho soldiers, sailors,
DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 7, 1881.
ana omcors; yet no who used to oo tne
first in all these exercises now took no
part In them. Each day he grew thin
ner; but tho doctor of the rogl mont,
whose ideas were never extended be
yond the necessary duties of eating,
drinking, nnd sleeping, said there could
bo nothing the niattur with him, or ho
At last the heat became no oppres
sive between decks that tho sick were
brought on the spunluck to enjoy tho
air during tho cool part of the day.
One morning tho corporal reported to
the doctor that Palmer could not riso
from his hammock. The doctor went
down to him, and found him in a high
state of fever; he was delirious, and
knew no one; bo talked alternately of
home, his wife, and his brothers. Ho
was carried on deck, that ho might eu
ioy tho fresh breeze and cool air; at
least so the doctor said; but such a
thing was impossible, bo near the line,
and under a neurly vertical sun. The
sick man laid in his hammock beneath
the spars away from all bis former
friends, and thoro whs no one by to
moi.ileu his black and parched lips, with
a drop of water, for even his own mess
mates seemed to shun him.
- I went to him ami said, "Palmer, can
I get you anything':'" but at that mo
ment ho wuh delirious, ml ruado no
answer, but rambled on in his own wild
manner about home. Poor fellow! he
was dying, and dying fasL Somo of
the soldiers were playing cards under
or near his hammock, some throwing
dice, and othvrs playing at pitch-fartli-ing.
Toward evening ho seemed to get
better, and the doctor held out hopes
of his recovery; but the ship's surgeon
shook his head, and doclaiing it impos
sible. However, he passed a belter
night, tmd toward morning became
Daylight broke it was a dead calm,
and the ocean lay liko a sheet of mol
ten lead. In vain tho eye was stretched
across tho wide expause of water in
hopes of detecting a breeze; the sol
diers, who suffered from heat more
than tho sailors, were strewn about the
deck, gasping for breath; tho children
were begging for water, and the women
were heaping abuse on their husbands
for having brought them to sea.
I turned away from the sight of their
distress, and as I did so I heard tho
following conversation between two
soldiers who were standing uext to
poor Palmer's hammock.
"P.y tho powers, and Palmer has
had a narrow escape!" said 0110 of
"Indeed, Dermot, and you may sny
that." respondod the other.
"I'll bet yon that ho is well in a
wock," said the first speaker.
"And I would bet you, were it not a
sin," chimed in tho deep, hoarse voice
of the old seaman, "that he will never
leave that bed but to bo sewed up in his
hammock. I.ook here," oud the old
man raised bis hand and pointed to
0110 small, dark sot on the water
"that is a sure sign of death."
The soldiers looked.
"Faith aud I don't soe anything but
an empty bottle the steward has thrown
"That is no bottle," answered the
gray-headed mariner, with the low, im
pressive voice of supers! itiou "that is
a shark, and it is its tin that you see
abovo the water. As sure as wo threo
stand here. Palmer is a doomed man.
Those creeturs well know tho smell of
death; he is wailing for your com
rade." 'A shark! a shark!" now burst from
Hooks were baited, but to no pur
pose; he was nol hungry, and would
lake none of them.
"Ay, ay, you may try, you may try,"
cried the samo old man "ho is wait
ing for daintier food than that. He
smells a coi p5p," continued the sailor,
furgeiting ho was standing close lo
pour Palmer's hammock.
A look of agony and despair croseil
tho features ot the dying man. Emm
that moment be became rapidly worse;
at 3 i). jn. ho was dead, and .i p. 111. he
Ho had srarely been an hour in his
watery grave ere the clouds began to
move across the sky from the north
west, at first with a slow ami almost
imperceptible motion; gradually they
increased their speed; then came a
slight ripple on the water, and tho ves
sel yielded slowly to her helm. Tho
sails are trimmed to the light air, studding-sails
are crammed on the ship, tho
air freshens to a breeze, tho foam bo
gins to fly frow our bow, a slreak of
white water, is seen in our wake, and
away we go seven koot3 an hour, for
getting our dead shipmate and the calm
at one and the same time.
The Indian Who Did It.
A dealer in hardware on Jefferson
avenue, says the Detroit Free Press,
has had a straw cutter standing on the
walk in front of his store for some days
past to catch tho publio eye, and yes
terday foreuoon two boys discovered it
and had considerable sport fading
papers under tho knife. They were
still at work, one at the wheel and tho
other feeding all the old papers he could
find, when along came three Canada
Indians with somethiug less than a
thousand baskets hitched to them. They
were evideutiy father, mother and
son, ami when thoy saw the straw-cutter
at work they camo to a dead halt
and exhibited groat curiosity to know
how the old thing chewed up papers in
that manner. After somo conversation
between them the Indian put down his
basket aud made a closer Inspection.
The boys foil back to givo him a fail
show, aud as ho picked up a long strip
of paper tho squaw began turning tho
wheel in about 4-6 time."
The machinery worked beautiful, and
a grin of quiet delight had just com
menced to spread over tho red man's
face when tho end of tho papor was
ranched and the knifo sliced off the
end of his forefinger. There was just
ono howl, accompanied bv a jump three
feot high. When tho Indian landed ho
was ns silent ns the grave and as
si might ns a boan polo. IIo looked
from his f.uger to the straw-cutter and
back, took in tho gonoral laugh from
tho-sidewalk without giviug hluisolf
owsy, nnd with the dignity of a Sultan
he walked over to his baskets, resumed
his load, aud Marched off with his
woundod hand In his pocket and his
nose set on a bco-line for homo.
Thero are few peoplo In Oniagh who
do not know Mr. John Koblnsou, who
emigrated (0 Americu somo months
ago. I sou iho following paragraph,
relating to liini.in tho Columbus Time,
published in Kentucky: "Mr. John
Robinson, nt present of St. Johns, but
recently from Ireland, is paying his
nephew, Mr. Harry Kobinson, a visit.
Mr. Kobinson only arrived in America
about eight, months ago, ami speak 1 our
language brokenly, lie is a hale,
hcaity old gentleman, and converses
upon dill'o.ent subjects with youthful
ardor and i liferent." I urn mm that
everyone who know Mr. Robinson will
be glad to bear ho is enjoying himself
so well in America. UtiL the question
is, do we in Omagh speak the English
language or do we not. Mr. Kobinson
had uncommonly good powers 'if voice,
and a great command of words, yet the
Kentucky paper says he spends the
language "liiokenlv." It is evident
that the people of Kentucky and the
people of Tyrone have very different
ideas of how English is spoken.--'hj-rune
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C. Illackct Iloblnson, proprietor of the Canada
J'reabvlnrlan, Toronto, On'., writes: "Tor vcurs I
siiffen d greatlv from oft. recurring lu-nd aches. I
used vour Burdock Blood Bitter with happiest re
sults, and I now llud myself lu better health 1 1 J ii il
for vears past.
Mr. Wallace, Buffalo, N, Y., write: "I havo
used Burdock Blood Hllters for nervous and bllinis
headaches, Bnd can recommend them for ntiyauo
requiring a cure for biliousness."
Mra. Ira Miilhollai d, Albanv, N. Y , writes: For
several veara I have suffered from oft recurring bil
ious hoadachci, dvspepsla and complaints pe
culiar to mv sex. Since using your Burdock
Blood Hitters 1 am entirely relieved.
Pities, $1 rcn dotti.e: saxn.ic ansa IOct.
FOSTER, MILIU'RN & CO,, Pi'op'i'H,
BUFFALO, X. Y.
For sale by PAUL 0 SCIIUH, HI
u...i n...i- fntnpunpH fntnnnntos. Trustees
and Investors generally aro invited to correspond
with u regarding bonds they may desire to buy,
soil or eichai go.
Municipal Hones, water worm company
Minus, mill imPllSOICl ,k1lllliH." uiiiniinr.
way oil hand. J. K- LfcWIS (K).. Hankers,-.
mm m mt a . i n
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VIZ 1 IllJL KUt.l
mm wswaaaaa mm mm mm sanaa -ar v vj
U. LHIIULLI. O
Used and approved by the leading PHYSI
CIANS of EUROPE and AMERICA.
Tho most Valuablo
Family Remedy .-ejf
oOur,S, CUR, CHILBLAINS,
SKIN DISEASE8, EHUMATISM,
CATARRH, HEMORRHOIDS, te. Also for
Concha, Colds, Gore Throat, Croup and Diphtheria, etc
MTTrj them. S3 and 00 cent sizes
IsKAND .WKOAL AT TIIK 111 1 LAI! F.I. PHI 1 "''" "
kiLVca nu9.iL at Tut PABim aUxroNiTioN. COLGATE & CO., If .Y.
For sale ly r. Jli'iiilerson, Cairo, Illinois.
GET THE REST !
LEAD ALL MW !
Every Style & Price.
mprc7omonts end Ccnrcnicr.ces found In
Fr Sale, In Every City and Town
In the United State.
I'nbllc iiollee hereby given tlnil on the "uli
dny ol .September. ,, II. s-. ul Sprluuli.-lil, 111.,
nil npf.li .iriiiii will he made in Hie lninrtole Sliel
hy -V l llllolll, Its goveinoi ol ihe slum of IIIiiihIh
to have tho sentence ol .leim s K. lt -Lougbry, ho
nt the .Inly term. A. I. IsTll.nl the Alexander chiiii
ly rtrcnil i oiirl was sentenced lo iho pei.iieiiiiury
iit.Ioliet, III., for the term of twelve veins, lor the
nll'etiHO of burglary, commuted. When nnd wle-re
ii ny person opposed In snld roiumiitaiioii cini up
peur and resist said application II he cec-. in so In
Pitted this '."'lb davof AiiL'iist, A I) 1-I .
-1 v::.s K, M.-I.oi UIIHY,
Hy ANt.t M I.KKK,
OI'bClAL ASSKSSM KNT N"TI('K.. SfKtl.U.
iJ WAHKANT No I.
I ilbllc. indu e is hi n liy given Hint Ihe count
conn ol AleMinilercoiiutv has icnilcrul judgment
for a special asaes-incnt upon piepi uv hi ni lilted
be the following Improvement, viz: ; lie const ruc
tion anil ri'i'iinsiriK Hi n of sidi'ivaUi in blocks nui.i
her I, il, 1, ,'. ti, l:l, 1 1. Hi, IV, v"i.:il, :,
at, il, ci. ri, 4i, tn, :i;, i in, ,mi, .-ii, r.-.', .w,
lis, li. TU. T ritvol ' Cairo.
Blocks a. i a. ir., :v, is, -.'i, vi, vn. -.i. i.1. .ti, rvi,
M, V5, S-I.HI, in Hm Kirst addMioii to the l ily of
Cairo, Mill block I In Ihe second aildil loti tn the clly
of Cairo, as will iiiorelitlly appi ar Ironi llieeertilleil
copy ol the Judgment on lllo In lliu olhce of the
city clerk of the cllyol Cairo Unit a warrant for I lie
collection ol such assessments is In lliu hands of
the undersigned. All person Interested aio here
by nol I tied tn call and pay the amounts assessed, at
the collector's olllco at the Alexander County Hank
within thirty day of the date hersof.
Clly Treasurer and Kv.-nlllc.lo Clly Colloelor,
Dated, this Vfiih day of August, Inst.
IIknj. P. Ohafton, Stoky 1). Lapd
IlALiiniir E. Paink.
Lalu Commissioner of Patent,
P A T E N T S
PAINE, GRAFTON & LAI) I),
Attorneys at Law and Kollcltors of Amnrlcaa aud
. Pornln Patents.
412 FIFTH STREET, WASHINGTON, D. 0.
Practice patent law In all Its branches In the
Patent emeu, and In thu Buprmnu and Circuit
CniirU of thu linltud Ntatu. l'nmphlot sent free
oi sHicalpt of stamp for postage.
91 CUrtl I'" ASTHMA nr CATARrtK, tssoa ... ,. i . . nX Iiuii
riS.... ti.apsn.utc.u1i .11. e.-.i su.i si,.., rnrw,r A,V." wi;S.kaTJ
u!,ti. n ntien tin '" n-l.-r e th prpri,t..r sua tie. i.Twlllta l.urft,
,m, ,..(,. r i i,.i nun,,,, iurr er pi sent mJ,.,a ...... ?..)ZZ,?r: 7 T":"
farj (il CI,A!5!
t.Hh'Ji. iiiiuu a vttur aruarariaii lUa. l.. a
Vi.riaifl 6f fell Pruf tint. Alrw b, i.a iL.
4U Aloi UotiM Ofhtw, fc-w ,,rk fit
W wawawaaj waawaat - m mmj
Ti e Toilet
Article t.ttin pur
Taaeline inch m
Vaanline Cold Cream,
vaaeiiDA Campner Ieo.
Vaaoline Toilet Soaps,
mwm pnrwr , aS T''TIf
An agreeable form of take
tag Vaseline iDtoraally.
9& trnrr a nr
of ail our goods.
J)IXON SPKIAiGS. .
0PENKD JUNE FIRST.
It I situated In Pope County, Illinois, tn a apnr
of the i i.ark Monntalni, half way between Vienna
and Ookomk. Its
SniTouiuliugs are Delightful
AIR COOL AND BRACING,
11 KIN AHL'NDANCK. Tho ble I apread
1 with a'l the delicacies of the season. The
waters iiro mineral, appetizing aud health giving,
and their henetteiul elfect are felt Immediately.
J, K. BltOVVN, Proprietor.
I'liblle notice is hereby given that in pursuance
i I an order .mil decree ruado and entered hyaud In
tin-county court of Alexander county, atate of Il
linois, nt the AmniHt term thereof, last, In a certain
ciiiise wherein ttie undersigned aa administrator
ol'tlic esiiiie (r William O Callahan, deceased, and
administrator with the will annexed of Kichard
il l 'allnhaii, dei-c ased, was petitioner and Thomas
l t'lilialiiin, Adiillne Kenuiston and Alfred Math
ews were deletidants, the undersigned will, oa
Wednesday, the aist. day of Suplember, A. 1)., IfWi,
nt the hour of two o'clock p. m., at Ihe front door
el the court house in Cairo, In said county, offer
lor side to i he highest bidder for cash in band, low
number loiiri ti in block number forty (40) In said
i Itv nf Cairo, nnd lo l number (even (7) In block
iiiimhiT nineteen (i!n, and lot number forty-two
( l.'i in block nu itiln-r twenly CJ0. both In tho First
inlditliin to said clly of Cairo irl'
c n ' n k 111 , August ti-.', Issi. Administrator, etc
MITUAL All) SOCIETY.
A SUKSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' k ORPHANS'
Mutifal Aid Society,
OF OA IHO.
Oruanicil.liilv I Mh, M77, t'utler the Laws o
the 5iutc ofllllnoln. Copvrlghted Jnly
!. 1(177, tinier Act of'OoiiprosH.
I'. (I. sclll'll Proaldent
c. T. bt li Vice Prendent
,1, A. (iOLDSTINK Treasurer
,1. .l.tioKllON Medical Adviser
THOMAS LRWIS Secretary
.lolIN C. W1I1TK Assistant Secretary
MX KCIJTI VK COMMITTEE:
II. LFMUIITON, L. h. THOMAS.
.1. C. WHITE, W. F, PITCH KR,
J.' 8. McUAIIEY.
William Strntton, nfStratton A Bird, wnnleeale
grocers; Pan! (i. Schub, wholesale aud retail drug
gist: lltt.cn Ldghton, coiumlsslon merchant; Jaa.
8. Mitlnlicy, lumber dealer; J. J. (iordon, phya
Icltiti; J. A. (loldsllno, oftoildstine Si Hoshb water,
wholesale and rotatl dry good, etc: Wm. V. Pitch
er, general agent; Hen ry B. Kills, city printer and
book binder; Chesloy llaynee, Cooper; Jao. C.
White, assistant secretary and solicitor: Albert
Lewis, dealer lu flour and grain; T. Bros, presi
dent Alexander County Bunk : (4. W. Hondrlcks,
contractor and builder; Cvru Close, general
agent jTboinn Lewis, secretary aud attorney at
law: L. a, Thomas, broom manufacturer: W. K.
ltussel, contractor and builder! 0. T, Rudd
agent 0. Si. L. AN. O, ralIaoad;Moee Phillip, car
penter; ll.A.Chiimhley, contractor, Cairo, 111.
llv. J. Spencer. clorKvman.Ht tenia, S o. I J. H.
Hethntio, circuit clerk, Mlsalsslppl coouty, C harlee
ton, Mo. : J. H. Moore , law ' J'-M K'j w!
1) SliiL'letsrv, phvslclan, Arlington, Ky. ; J. W.
Tarry, phvslclan. Ktiltou. Rr.i Wm. Kyan, farmer.
Vurrv Kv.lA. Btelnbaeb. maiiulacturer of ead
d erv, kvansvllle. Ind. i Ike Aodoreon, aeeretwv
to siiesrlutendetit 0. 8t. L. N O. ra IrMdjJaek
son. Venn.; J. H. Robertson, phvslclan, White
villa. Tenn.J Thorn A.Oshorn, harneae maker,
Bolivar, Tenn,! Wm. L. Walker. "Dlile Adve
tiling Aceuev, Hollv Sprlax, MiM.