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CAIKO' l!Ur,I.CTIN: WEDNESDAY- MOnNINO. MAUCIl 2. 1S83.
THE CAIRO .-BULLETIN.
' DAILY AND WEEKLY. - s '
T e r m o t H u p o r i p t i o n .
1 ' ' wiee op M8TM1K. ; ' " ' "
Dsily oneytar by carrier.,,... 14
'Slly.onii.vear i.y mull 'J
J'aily.one mouth..,..,.. v..
Weekly, one year., ....... , ;JJ
Weiilr. ft months....... -., ,1
liflriauliii of Av.; or more for Wwckly Jlullutln lit
ou.'limi, ptir yuar, I .VI
ISVaSJABlT IM IlVAnI. f
All ConiiuiiwkuUotis "''g"1 'bURNt't
, ' ? ( .publisher aui l'Mxiriulor..
The ' Mormons After Bill Hye. ' '
"Bill Xyo' ha written n lunik called
tho 'Forty LinnO JinHn from tho
way lie lied nhout t-lti m commnni'v, lio'
onj-ht to he ul the head f tfiu list of tlio
polnblii forty." '
ThoiihoVe choice mnr.S'd v.as written
l),v Ibu iludownit'iit. Pink, dlitnr of the
Jluriuon oryin ,of Zion. Closer nwl
elisor, tlio linM niu being drawn by thu
(,'liuruli of Jcmh ChrNi of LuUcrlHy
Snyilfu Only a hlmrt tlnm ii'j t lit l'olyjf
lunisU j:i-!-iJ a resolution not tu ailsjtf
tho gentile with a clean shirt to minglo
in the tntuy ul tlirir tvWi dunce, and
novy the, Mormon youth w lio writer heavy
cditfiriula fir the iVseret Acim on week
day and )nenU JiW plans and pmll
catioiit to fi'iil on Stimkiy fijr the nian-n'-nu'iit
of the universe durui;j tho fl-.
lowing week, has ,;iveii m a cruel blow.
Long !i;o a resolution was jja.isi d rvfti.s
in;; tlie editor of this juijior the freedom
of the Endowment llninc, and now wo
an; cut .ulrift. with no pood soeiMy to
which we can flee exuept the question
niile society of thi jjentile. '
'l'hn f.-tivo re.iler can ren lily Fee
liow lonclv our lif! will henceforth be
to ti. ' V'ith what a wearisome same
in " w now vt-it the homes where only
one io1:tt4'd wifij r;in tfie ranch How
we niifH tho -prattln 'of a car load of
ip.i'k'cllancns KidM a we enter the door,
and how still n'.rd monotonous are our
x iiu where wu in- the cordial wdeomo
of liinetuen IiumUsscS.
Wo huv U'cu biiirk bailed in ho tith
hyr hhebuop. frowned upon in the tn
doH meii hMc cud uuraed in the taber
Tho next period In our downward
career, will b .death, crhu4 at the
handif the awiiug neL Soino
bo.-o eyed D.nilo .iroin, tlie iliehijjati
IVaitcatiary will lo t'j;i.tcd l d our
ftmt.jtejX atd su'i'.te us iu tl; .lillllCiS of
the idht villi aalroacoiiijiinpiu, and
wiu:ri t.'.c lorl'jn pid of day jrjis over
tii'! niaelv Vii'X, will 1k :ll re-t, lyin
in the bright p'.ire of tin early nioru
m it'i oiir features knocked jallcy wet.
N o;:o cau ever know , Jiow we fee.!.
The church' of Zioii h:n Fonrcd on ns
and we m an outer.it on th fsep of tho
carrh, with only cnoVifc p.nd the doors
;f tliu tcnii'Ie cled niniii't xi.
lirandi'd a th ho o( the Forty
I.iar. cut o'JrifL. with no r banco to be
Haled to a siren fre-h from the jicst
houso on the Jordan, we cry out in our
anguish and rend our parnnnU, and
i lit uion thecarfet, for our puni-hnieiit
is greater than vo caa bear. I.uran '
("am crt and Other Tninnrs
artrc;iV l with unusUil sueee- by World's
D-xjii-hf.ary Minlic.il As.H'uitioii, lUitf.klo,
N. Y. Send staaij) for nmnplret.
A Eeir's Citnnir-j.
I really think that I'-ruin jinsc.spsthe
sense of humor; at all events his actions
iMiiiit that way. and liierc is no doubt that
lie is eMrenu'ly eininin' and observing.
I me' had an 'Kulish friend vi.Vitingme,
who jilaved ihetlute. lie was in the
liabil of inarehiu up nud down, while
jbiinp. near a larne bear I had at tho
time. The bear had n jneco of stick
nlmut two feet low;, which lit tos.snl
about fir ani'i.sement. Aflor a time, lie
came to handle the lick very nitieh as
my friend did his tluto. 'J'his annoyed
my sensitive friend, and in revenge" ho
teasel the bear with uncouth noises.
Hniin sniU'ed and whined, and waited
lits opportunity for delivering n tre
niendoiM blow with his jiaw at his fiie
iny, who.io tall hat was knocked com
jiletely over hiseyes. Hi escaped beipg
fealjx'd by dv(iiping flat and rolling out
of the retell of the bear. ; This bear
Fpeiit much of Ids time In the tree to
vhich he was ( hained, and when climb
ing usually got Lis chain twi.-ledover
and under the branches in a ino.-t intri
cate manner, but never failed to take
out every turn a hedescendod. .A friend
who owned a tame bear told mo thatfor
a long time he could not account for tho
mysterious way in which the poultry,
disappeared. "Observing at different
times a good many feathers around
lli'iiin's pule, ho began to suspect that
the bear was tho culprit, t'loso watch
ing confirmed his suspicions. . When
IJruin thought lib was unobserved ho
would sei.o nny unfortunate- hen or
chicken within his rcneh and devour it;
but if Htiy ono nppruaehed before ho
could eompleto the meal ho would sit
upon his piey until the danger of dis
covery had passed. , llo was hot raved
. nt hist by the cackling of an ' old lien
that ho had failed to silence. The Vcn-
tarn. , , - ..'
I don't say life is not worth having; It
is worth having to a man who has sumo
' sparks uf sense, tho feeling, nnd bravery
in him. And the finest fellow of ull
would bo the one who could bo glad to
liavo lived biioiuiM) tho world was chief
ly misHj'nIile, and his life had come to
lie!p bouio ouij 'who needed iWVdix
Tho eabbago crop of Mobilo county,
Alabama, in lffll, fold for $JO0,000.
Dr. It. Vi Pifirai,. Buffalo,' -N." Y.: Dear
Sir I was sick fi-r six years, .and could
scarcely walk nbout tho house. My hrcutu
was short and I sulf srud front pah .iu my
breast nnd stomach all' tliu time; also from
palpitation and an iuternal fever, or burn
ing sensation, M . experienced frequent
smothering or choking sensations. I also
Hiill'ired from pain low down across my
bowel f3ifnjiiy.l)ack,,Hid lwa,s, nl',,
diioed hi fhmlU'MifcTe'useir yortr-'Kl.jM.iiit
Medical Discovery" and "Favorite Pro-
.!..! ... II 1 1. .1 II. ..I f .... .....II
summon, mm leei nci i n wun , ,
Verjl trtetfitlly, '
DtLILAIt J3. A10.MtM.AN.
Poii weak lnnim. nnittinL' of blood, short-
jich of breath, consumption, night sweat
nnd, ull lingering cnughn, lr. Tiercu't
Kloiilen Jleilical DiHcovery" lit o sovereign
remedy:'' Superior to cod liver' oil. Ky
The Kangaroo u a lighter.
A wild kangaroo i a more forinlda
Mh' lieast than might ho supposed.
Standing at a bav, in lighting Httitude,
o'n the trijiod of Ids leg and tail, some
time seven feet high, a solitary 'forest
er" is not to be trilled vJWu The arms
of such a beast as long us tin-so of a
man, ' and ' his hand-liko paws liavo
sharp, hooked claws. With these, howill
ffparagninst acouploof powerful houtids
like a boxer, and woe betide the unfor
tunate puppy that ventures within reach
of those sinewy limbs; h' will be held
for a moment iu a strong grin, while a
downward blow from tho hind-foot,
armed with its sharp, long claw, rips
hiiu down from shoulder, to tail. Sew
tip the gash, apoly tho black fellow's
remedy a little dry 'dustand let him
take his chance to die, or crawl homo a
wiser hound. An old dog will wait Ids
chance, tuako a flank attack, and get
hold of the enemy by the tail, when
over lie goes, and Is "soon1 worried to
A kangaroo always takes to the wa
ter, where ho will stand as deep as he
can, and methodically drow n any dog
which ventures within his reach. A
stockman in Australia, while looking for
tracks along the boundary of his run,
heard a dog barking -a sound sure to
attract a bushman's attention, as it
would H)i"tend something with a flock
of sheep. Hiding over in the direction
of the sound, he found a shepherd in the
grasp of a big, old kangaroo, holding on
for his life to a root iu the bank of thn
stream. The kangaroo had beeifehnscd
into the stream by the shepherd's dog,
which had gone into the water after
him, and would have been incontinently
drowned had not ids master gone to the
rescue. Tlw kangaroo, leaving the dog,
had seized the matt, and was doing his
.best to drown him, which he would
most likely have dmio had the stockman
not heard "the frantic barking of a dog
Mnr interfered with a big stick.
The writer hits never seen a kangaroo
ewim, though they always take to water
when hard pressed,' like deer. A mob
of knngar's running look very like fal
low deer at a distance. When sitting
up. immovable, on tho watch, thev look
so much like gray stumps as to be in-distiii'.nii-hable
to thr inexperienced eye.
They look very ghostly nnd uncanny ns
they go into water on bright, uiooulight
Avoid the C.'jaietie.
"A bill to make idiots" is the charac
terization by the New York Il rahf of a
bill introduced in Congress to redueo
1 1. e internal revenue tax on cigarettes.
The tax on the cigarettes, says the LVr
u!'l, should be increased, not reduced.
That paper declares that "the cigarette
liniinnllv kills thousands and thousands
of children and young men. ami those
whom it does not destroy physically it
A SuulM'ox Preventive.
A correspondent sends us the following:
"There is ii) better or turur protection from
tii.J pox than Darby's Prophylactic Fluid
(us unfailinjf.HS Fate), a wonderful healing
Miic1y ami iv.t powerful (lisintectaut
tlmt will effoclti tlly erndicaie tho germ of
'iist'ise, prevuut its i-pR-iuliae; and eikct a
cure, and is pcikotly sale to use. It is en-
dnrscil una recommended by eminent phys
icians ana cuemisig.
F. A. Scratch, druggist, 'Ruthven, Ont.,
writes: "I have the greatest confidence in
your Hurdock Blood. liittcrs. In ono case
with, which I am personally acquainted
their success wsj almost incredible. One
lady told me that htlf a bottle did her more
food than hundreds of dollars' worth of
medicine she had previously taken." Price
9 1 .00.
J Hvsi'KfsiA, diarrhea, and dyseutcrv on
be cured by using Wright's Indian Vegeta
ble Pills which give healthy activity to the
entire system. (a)
Ovtit 200.000 Howe Scales liavo been
old. Send fur catalogue to Huidcn, Sellcck
& Co., General Agent?, St. Louis, Mo. (3)
Catariiii ccitKi), hcalih and sweet breath
secured by. Shiloh's Ciitanh Hetnody. Price
2.1 cents. Kasal Injector. free. Paul O.
Schuh, Agent. 4
Many MiHmum.K Ppori.B drag them
selves about with failing strength, feeling
that. they are steadily sinking into their
graves when, by using Parker's Ginger
Tonic, they would find a cure commencing
with the first dose, and vitality and strength
surely coming back to them. Seo other
I on lame back, side or clicRt, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents. Paul G
Schuh, Agent. 5
' Made fiiom TIaumle?8 Matkiitats, and
ndapted to the needs of fading and falling
hair, Parker's Iluir Ualsam has taken tho
first rank as an elegant and reliable hair
Go to Paul G. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
Now National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are unequalod. Color
from 2 to S pounds. Directions in English
yid German. Price 15 cunts. v
Crtocr, Whoopino Cotmn and Bronchitis
inunediattdy relieved by Shiloh's . Cure.
Paul G. Schuh, AfieuL, , ,, , 8 ,.
33r. S. Silsb:o's SitcrnalPileEcmody,
Givrilnlant.':llct and in Infallible
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
Fold STOrtiipl-tuCTirywiicr. Prrt, 1 Vi prr bnj
prtnmiiby uui. BnmuL t -nt Jrn lo i'bylclan
(ml illnnff'Ti tu, fiy f NciwoiwIIit A Co, llox 8A
buw t'urkC'lly. buleumiuuitwn!rot"AaUt,
T 0 I -f S;lMlfr.lnl)r-,Prfoa
M ftj n wj lit Tf Biriuaur. i iiii 41
n:, g.c, ww in urea out oy wonc or worry, m
tiim. NeuraJcia, or Llowcl, KaJncy ox Liver Com-4
, . - .. T t , .. . a A
(noims, ymican DcinviK'initra nnanrrennvrifinc
f If you ai u waiug away W11U Contuoiunon, iitW
sipatlon or any weaknon, vou will find Parker's
umsn ionic me greatest iiooarcrniueraiiuinc
F IT .... 1 1 1, a. c. . L . . . f
.and f..r superior to Eiltert and oilier Tonici, at it
-niiii'iK 11 11 inn . ntiv nwi. tnmtmm. to
rt. ait$r f!fi. M'srir ft rr..Chemi.N, K. V.
BLVIlt BALSAM IST'
Indian Blood Syrup.
sj rvrfnift T.Iv T)l.
w I J Vl fHSf-s. Fever and Akus
rn'tii l Mirnnc, nil iimir-
ik s. Nervous Debility
THE BEST UOUI KXOWX TO MAN J
Twelve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1370!
This Svrnt) Pdmhism Tr!efl nronrrtles:' It tlm.
iili.ti-c the ptyallntj Id the allva, which convert
the tare fa and uur of Ilia food into irlncnuH. A
rlenrlviicy in iitysiir.e cr-i wind aDdtourinj; ul
the food in the muniHrh. If the muritcltia -a uun
tmnudiately after eating, Uie luraientaiion ol focd
It artsnpon tlio Liver,!
It arts npnn the Kidneys,
It Kej;ii!tes tUo Bowels,
It Purifies the Wood.
It Quiets the Nervous System,
It rroniotr Dlgtjstlnn,
It Xotirishrs, Strenstlu ns and Invigorates,
It Carries oil' the Old Blood Hnd makes 'cw,
It ('pons the Pores of the Skin and Induces
Health Perspiration. ., '
It rientralixon the hereditary taint, or poison in
tlio blood, which irrneratua Scrofula,- Ervsipelai,
and all rnaDQur of Skin Diseseet and Internal hn
tnor. There aro nopirltt employed In IU mannraclnre
and it tau betaken by the most delicate babe, or by
the ap'd aud tveble, care ouly being required In at
UiiU,ntodiruct:oLi. Galva, Hetry Conaty, Illi.
I wasnifTertnz from Sick ITi-adache and Dir.Kl
ners ao thai 1 could not attend to luy household da
tk, Mid a shtirt trial of tr. C'lnrk Johnaou'a Icdl
aii Blood Svrup effectually eured me.
Waterman Station, DcKalb Co., Ilia.
1 his Is to certify that Dr Clark Johnson's Indian
Blood hyrnp ba cured me of I'ain In the Hack. It
Is a vuluuble medicine. ' MUS WOOD.
Centre Hill, White Co., Ark.
Thl 1 to cerlll that 1 was afTllcted with Palpi,
latlun or the lit-art for many years I tried differ,
etit doctor, whose prescriptions tended more to
weaken me than they did to rtntuRthen. 1 at laot
rcn. lved to try Dr. Clark Jobnion Indian Blood
Hytnp, which proved to be a positive cure not on-
Iv curliiK' uie u.'art nireiiKe, nut alto a ales Head
a'ch which had been troubling me.
MR6 MARYA.NKAL. ,
I waa afTticled with Liter Complaint and Dyspep
sia and failed to get relief, although uslne modi
due from our best Joctor. 1 commenced nxlng
Dr. .lolinou'i Indian lllood Syrup, and axhort trial
cured we. , , T. WsKl81NO. Mollno, ill.
Thl certifies that Dr. Clark Johnon'a Indian
Wood 8yrup his effectually cured me of Dyapepeia.
Too much cannot lie onid In praiiie or It.
W. K. WIMJBR, Bedford, Mo.
Avents wanted for the sale of the Indian Blood
S) ran in every town or villufjo, Iu which I have no
agent. Particulars given ou application.
DKl'OGISTS SELL IT.
LibrstoryT7 West 8d St.. N.T. City.
rjAX PUKCIIASKRS NOTICE. ' " '
Toltobertn. Cunnlnpham, Alice Cnnntngrbam,
Jim ma Yoat, Chan. Frank, and any other person
or Pomona Interested!
You are hSreliy notified that at a sals of RalKt
tale In the county of Alexander and Stale of Illinois,
held by tho then sheriff aud ex otllcio col
lector of . an Id county, at the aonth
wemorly door of the Co irt IIouso, In the clt
of Cairo, In said county and etnto, on tho 6th day o'f
July. A. I), isso, Robert II. Cunningham pur
chased lot numbered ten (ID), Iu block nn inhered
fifty-one (51). Iu the city of Cairo, Ullnol,
for thu taxes dun and unpaid thereon for the year
1ST9, together with the penaltiea and coata; that
said real extate Ic.tHXod In tho name of Robert H.
Cunningham, that sud Rnhnrt U. Cnnnlnghnm on
tbeUtiduayofKei'riiary, 18S3, amlqnod hla certifl
cats of pnrchaae of paid premises to tho nude
smr.ed, and tlmt tho time allowed by low fur the
redemption of aald real estate will expire on ike
flthdioofJuly.A. I- IMU,
MILKS FltKD'K OanERT,
' ' - Assignee of purchaser. 1
, Cairo, Ills., 'March 17th, A. D 18al.
rpAX PURCHASER'S SOTICK. . i
To A. D. Robertson, or any other person or
persons Interested! , .
Von are hereby notified that at a sals of real es
tate, tu tha county or Alexander and state of Illi
nois, held by the county collector of snld countr.at
Ihu southwesterly door, of the court house in the
city of Cairo, in suld county and state, on the 10th
day of July, A.D.lHHiT, K. w. Ilallidsy purchased
tho following doacrlhed real estate situated In the
city or cairn, county or Alexander and state of lilt
nols, for tho taxes due and unpaid thcrmto for the
years A. 1) 1874, 1B73, 18711. 1877, 1878 and )n, to.
getlier with penalties and coats; said real estate be
ing taxed In the name of said A. It, Robertson, to
wit: Lot numbered twonty-two (W), In block num
bered tovuty(7U), as known and designated on the
rscoiHIed map or plat of said city t that said
n vy, iiauuiay on tue nm uay pi r.broary, JL. I,
lBHiJ. asrlgnort hla 'rertlflcato of nnrchasa In aalt
premises lo thftmdeMlgned and that the tune )
lowH-t by law for thnredemption of suld real estate
wu expire on tne lmnriayor Mniy, A. D. 188 '.
Isaac K, MOHAN, Aasliro'u of purchaser.
Calro.Uls., ilarch IJJ.A,'. W8( T;
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DANIEL P, BEATTI, Washington, Htw JcW
. 01 ST. LOUIS, MO. . ,
Which wero totally destroyed by Are on May ttthv
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Orders arc solicited for
Strictly Pure White Lend and Red Lejd.
Cold-Prt'ssod huiI Putu Dork Castor
Oil, Raw and PouMo Boiled 1
, ' Linseed Oil. . - . 1
"Spring Plug" "
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This florsnt Brtlr.le of CHEWING TOBACCO
; bow nn tin market Ask yonr dVsler for it.
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certain of situation, address Valentino Brothers. '
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