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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1, 1683.
The Daily Bulletin,
OFFICE: SO. 78 OHIO LEVEE.
OFFICIAL PAPIH OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
ENTERED AT TUB CAIKO POBTOFFICE FOR
TRANSMISSION THBOCOH TDK MAILS AT
SECOND CLASS BATES.
Among The A!?-.
Ah n-ards the iiiounhiii hciMs this
year also contrasts fasniM'nlv villi its
forerunner. In 18H-J the ' maximum
numlitT of visitor at one time in thu
Bel Alp hotel was 7.j; lx8:J it was 113.
The former maximum neeurred on the
23il and the latter on the 14th of Au
gust. The increased accommodation
provided by a new and comfortable tfc
imulancc, and the addition of u number
of attic bedrooms, enabled the Bel Alp
to house .so many. The r;is of the
higher regions is now browsed to its
roots, and the peasants have driven
their cows to the sapid pastures of Aid
Hch. or in the direction of Naters, the
chief village of the commune. They
have huts at each halting place. The
sheep are the last to come down. They
are the most daring climbers, and fini'
herbage in places unattainable b
cer quadrupeds. The. Iph
oheep is in the hb Cine Ruiminu
equ. unme-r,. ruede-
Bmtt'tfle peasants i.oT..gether on
the I.usgen Alp, ami with songs aud
schnaps await the morning. Then they
mount and scour the hills, collect the
sheep, and with wild cries mingling
with loud "bahs,, urge them at a gal
lop down the mountain. They are
thi n collected in pens, and claimed by
their ow ners. The grass aboe us and
around us belongs to the commune as a
whole; but lower down the rights of
property come into play, and the peas
ant feeds his beasts and cultivate his
crops upon his ow n scrap of bil n.
On the Bel Alp is now being built a
new Eng!ih chun-h. which will proba
bly augment the tiuniberof visitors. The
builders of the church are all Italians;
for the Swiss, at all eventsin this region
know nothing of the art of masonry.
Italians also built the new (hprii'lawe
already referred to. The timber for
this edifice whs carried up on men's
backs from pine woods two thousand
feet lower clown. The loads thus borne
consisting in great planks, were enor
mous. Kaeh man carried a long pole,
and when rent was needed the pole was
planted in front to support one end of
the edicaf of planks, the other end rest
ing on the ground. The carrier was
thus entirely relieved from the weight
of his load." The men were singularly
robust. Here and there might be no
tieed a wan cheek and a panting breast,
but the burdens, for the most part, wen
borne steadily and sturdidly, without
apparent exhaustion. The food of the
men who did these things, and win:
seemed to thrive in doing them.
polenta and cheese. Their drink wa
water, hir Wilfrid Law-son would be
justified in pointing to them as a tri
umphant vindication of total ak-tineuce
but the vegetarian might put in a claim.
Pall Mill (iazdU.
Arizona's Petrified Forest.
One might almost pass bv and notice
nothing unusual But mi funking cl.s.
er the rocks are found to be the trunks
of fallen trees turned to stone. They
lie about you here, there and every
where, some preserving their shape and
outlines, others broken or rra'-keil. Tho
scene is a Strang one. It smacks of
enchantment. Perhaps some potent
magician blew upon this forest in the
vigor of its prime, and before his chil
ling breath the stout trees bowed them
selves and fell, and froze into flint and
agate. Still you hardly sec why you
came, but after the coffee has been boil
ed and breakfast eaten vour Mexicans
slowly enlighten you. They bring out
hammers and drills, and (-electing a
likely spot in a stone trunk endeavor to
force a way into it. The stone is like
adamant. Again and again the drill
bounds away, but finally pieces are
shivered off and cracks made, so that
von see what the petrified forest has
hidden within it. Emeralds, sapphires
and diamonds are convenient names,
but alas, our discoveries would hardly
be counted as such by Tiffany. Yet
they aro singularly beautiful. You tind
blocks of stone, their sides bristling w ith
great hexagonal crystals, some green,
others purple, aud others a pure white.
You cut through jeodes whose hollows
are lined with prismatic crystals spark
ling with all the colors of the rainbow.
finch of the stone is beautifully mark
ed flint. Often you tind pieces "with a
brown corrugated coating, which, I fan
cy, is the petrified bark. All the stone
abounds in the most delicate shading
of gray and white, with dark lines, but
the crystals, lining fissures or gathered
in the nests of geodes, are the espeojal
delight of seekers. Here, too, there are
moss agates, and exceptionally large
and clear garnets, which masquerade
under the name of rubies. And of the
ordinary forms of petrified wood ther
is no end. Cor. Boston lit raid.
Choosing a Wife.
Never marry a woman merely because
she has a handsome face or a well-turned
Dure, for we soon become insensi
ble to angelic forms and faces. If her
walk and carriage are modest and lady
like, and if the whole appearance indic
ate she has mind, heart and soul, why
she is worth all the simpering, mincing,
flirtin"", affected misses that evei
brou"-Tit good looks as their only mar
riafef dower. If the fair one you are ad
dressing is rich in houses, lands, batik
stock or railway shares, her worldly
gear should not prove au iusurnionnt
able objection; but if she is poor, like
yourself so much the better. There is
nothing like a young couple, about the
nre of 20, starting in life with fond
hearts, clear heads, easy consciences
and empty pockets. You have some
thing to hope for, to work for, to live
for. Your early struggles with the
crosses of this life .will only bind you
the closer to your young, ardent and
From the vast relief afforded by St. Ja.
rnh nil. Carnal n John J. Dawson, late of
the British Army, now in New Orleans,
La., feels grateful toward tne wonaeruu
CONCLUDED FROM FOURTH PACE.
tiuns fur thu bdlaucu of thu night. Early
io the morning we continued our journey,
stopping a short time at the Warm tdpriogn.
The waters have a temperature of 110 to
120 degrees. Arrangements aro 11 progress
for considerable improvements the ueit
season. As a resort for invalids these
springs already have quite a reputation. It
was near noon when we reached the place
of our destination, on Spring Creek, a tribu
tary ot tbo Platte. Near the foot hills in
thut locality, we found a little settlement
of friends w ho are engaged mostly iu the
stock business and dairyiug. In
the near future we think considerable
farmiug will be en(;ied in as they
have a good soil and water from the river
can be conducted on the land without great
expense. Owing to the altitude corn can
not be raised to advantage but w heat, oats,
barley and vegetables do well. The little
community have a school bouse with school
in session. As iu many parts of the wild
wtst, tLeie is a prevailing indifference to
brouhout the country, but in this
the people are mostly of a
tirn of mind. We assisted in
f)j church and left it under the
care of tuT" resiJeut ministers. The moun
tains near by abound in game such as elk,
deer and bear, and on the plains antelope
roam at Urge by the thousind. Some of
our pnrty killed several antelope on the
trip from Fort Steele up. The meat in-ed
by the settlers is altogether such as is kill
ed in the hu'it and chae. Hunting is a
pleasant pastime and frequently iudulged
in by persoas out takin; recreation. Your
correspondent spent a week a year uo,
hunting in tnis region of country. It is
not regarded by the people here as detract
ing from the character of a minister auy
good influence, to tike an occasional Lunt
and for a few days espouse tbo vabT of u
Nimrod. I hid qu'.le an experience the
first day out in tho mountains. We had
been traveling nearly ail day with our pack
anima's, over fallen limber, along the steep
Bides of thu canon trnt led up to near the
snowy range. Coining to a sjiall grasy
park in the forest we went into camp and
after pirtakinjofa lunch, the party set
out, each in a ditJeretit direction to look f..r
gama. In the course of half an hour or so,
I came upon a herd of elk, ruminating
upon the side of a timbered ridge. Before
I could get a shot at them they ran away
like the wind ; following them up I came in
gunshot range with them and in a short
time bad three of the herd lying upon the
grass by the si ie of a beautiful mountain
lake. The sua was nearly down 60 I set
out for camp to get aistauce la dressing
the carcasses. Unluckily I took down the
wrong ravine and after traveling a mil or
more, became satisfied I was lout aud be
lieving our camp was behind a high moun
tain ridge, I set out to scale it. Before I
got to to the top I was almost completely
exhausted; night came on and tb- re I was,
lost in the mountain forest?, surrounded by
raveni-us beasts; it would be hard to descrbe
my feelings. Stopping to gain a little
(strength, I concluded to fire a signal hoping
my comrades at camp would hear it and
answer by a similar salute. From some
cause the cartridge exploded prematuiely,
throwing the charge of burning powder full
into my face and eye. The burning pain
was almost intolerable for awhile but with
the use of cooling lotions I was enabled to
see a little and struggled oa up the moun
tain side until the top was reached and
soon after starting down on the opposite
Bide I heard a gun salute at camp which
was continued until I reached the camp and
threw myself exhausted upon the camp bed
ding and spent most of the night in bath
ing my eyes. Some of the party went and
dressed tho game that night. The next
morning we spent looking forbear but as
we bad to return to the settlement by night
we were obliged to forego the excitement
of killing a bear and after loading the pack
animals with the choicest parts of the game
we set out to return. We killed some fine
black deer on our way out.
Our drive from the settlement to Fort
Steele was a pleasant one, the weather be
ing much more moderate than when we
went up. We are now awaiting the train
to take us further west. This place is a
post of some importance as the government
posts north of here are supplied from here
and a large area of country get their sup
plies at this point, J. S. F.
W. F. Lasbdiii, river editor o! cm Bulletin
and steamboat passenger agent. Orders for all
kinds of steamboat Job priiitlug solicited. Office
at Bowor's Koronean Hotel. No. 7S Ohio levee.
The Ohio is still advancing and assum
ing respectable proportion. 18 fcetatCin
cinnati and rising; I) feet 2 inches at Louis
ville, and at 6 p. m. yesterday the river
here marked by tho gauge 11 feet 8 inches
and rising. The 8to. Genevievo with a fine
trip arrived here yesterday at noon. She
discharged several hundred bales of cotton
and departed for St. Louis at 2. The Hen
ry A. Tyler leaves for Memphis at 11 :'6Q a.
m, yesterday with a light trip. Tho Will
Kyle from Cincinnati will report here for
New Orleans this morning and depart to
night. The Ella Kimbrough for Osceola
this evening. The City of Vicksburg from
below is due for St. Louis to-day Capt.
Hunter with the Hudson for Shawneetown
this evening. See Pass Agent W. F. Lamb
din and get your tickets. Tho City of New
Orleans is due to-night from St. Louis for
New Orleans. The J. U. Hillman has re
sumed business again and will arrive hers
to-morrow morning from Nashville.
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Oue of Tlmso Mistakes (?) Which are
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"Why. my child, this Is not BENSON'S CAP
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"su t it, Pa? I'm sorry, but I asked lbs man for
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W by dllu't you send me Benson's plaster, in
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wtiy, i tnoi gut tnt would suit you just as
Von thought I vou thought 1 Whni business
have m totliitik? I don't pay yon for thinking.
but f.r filling my order." said the indignant caller,
C'liiumptainislv. "There I take that thing back
and give mo my money, I'll get what I want
617 St. Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A regular Oraluit of two medical
oolteiit-i.'hufi been lontref eiigiired in the treat
ment of Chronic Nervous, t-ltm ami
Hlooil LMstiasea ilihii any other iihysicliii In
St. I. on Is, as city papers sktw arid all old resl
di nts know. Consultation t otheeor er mall,
free and Invited. A friend 'v talk or his opinion
cots nothing. When It Is inconvenient to visit
the city .or treatment, meilli lues enn he sent
bv mall or expi-,-s tvervwhere. Curable rae
giiiriinteed: where doubt xlsts It Is frankly
stated. CaU or Write.
N?rvous Prostratioa, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and other
affections of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisonin?, Skin Affec
tiuns, Old Sores aed Ulcers, Impedimenta to
Marrbjp, Ehpumatiem, Piles. Special
attention to cases from over-worked brain.
SCEGTCAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imp rudenoes, Excesses
Indulged?? or Exposurcs:
It 1 t
Hint a physician paying
to a Class oi cases attains
great skill, and plivsielans in reinlar practice
al! over the cnuntrv knowing this, frequently
recommend cases to Ihe oldest c-fllee In America.
wber.1 every knowu appliance Is resorted to.
and 'be provwd Rood remedies of all
am' And countries are used. A w hole bouse l
used fur offlee purposes, and all are treated with
skill In a resptvtful mariner; and, knowing
what to do. no experiments nre made. On sc.
count of the great number applying, the
oh. inn s nre kept low. often lower than Is
demanded lv other If vou secure the skl'l
ami get a sp.dy and pei fe'ci lil cure, that U
the important matter. Paiujihlet, 36 pages,
sent to any address free.
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terful pen pictures, true to life . articles on the
following subjects. Who may marry, who not;
win ? Proper age to marrv. Who marry first,
ilahhood, womanhood. PlivMcal decay. Who
yhoiild niuri'v. Uow life and happiness may be
increased. 1'hose niiiiri'.il or contwniplatlng
Maitvinif should read It. It ought to be rend
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OTivtcj, Sick Hftiliichf, ImlijffitiotJ, C'oitirtio or CotttviDu,
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JOHN r. WET A J?l A W. WftdUoo Si., Chichi.
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Jb K. (.!. WesT's Nebvb and Uk.uv Thkat.
tlENX, u euaruufwtl unocilin for llyatorio, Oizai.
nw. ConvulHions, 1'its. NenroiiB Neuralgia,
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abuse or over-iiidulgonco. Each box contains
one mouth's treatment, f l.OO a box, or six boxes
for jij.OO, sunt bynmil prppniJon rocoipt of price.
W ftl AIMXTEE SIX BOXKH
To euro any case. With each order received by tie
for eix boxes, uccompanicd with $5.(A we will
foti(lthopiirchasroiir written guainutoe to ro.
fund tho money if the treatment does not effect
a euro. U uuruntoea insuetl only by
HARRY W. SCHUH
Druggist, Cor. Commercial av i. A Wth s n Cairo
Itunturn pifltlvnly Cured by Tr. Pierce's Patent
Mngnotto Kl it io Truss, (irandeitiuveutiooolthe
lirin Centurr.Onlr genuine Elsi-tr'o Truss Id tbe world,
nnd the only one tliHt will irqjrly retain and rndl
eiilly cure Hernia. O'er 6U) RniUcal Cures effected.
Bead what Or. Jos. hlmms, of New York, the w
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andooruplomo' reyonr Magnetio Tmut eOeoted ounie
tit rnumiitfo l peraisaeat, for which I thai 1 imme
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ili N BUlh bUMt. Bt. Louit. ilo.
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A powerful preparation coiii-
iMsed mostly of Essential Oils.
Tbe most penetrating Liniment
Unown. 8o MinrwnrrntSii that n
Panetrata to the vary Bona,
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in ma Htomacn and Bowela
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Tone, Toncli,WortmaiisliIp & Duralinity
WIIXI tn KTABE & CO.
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GEO. P. ROW ELL & CO.. 10 Spruce St., N. V.
I have known and watched the ate of Swift's
Specific for over fifty years, and have never known
or heard of a failure to cure Mood Poison when
properly taken I used it on my servants from
1S50 to IMS, as did also a number of my neighbors,
and in every case that came within my knowledge
it fleeted a care. In all mv life I have never known
a remedy that would so fully accomplish what it is
recommended to do.
11. L. XENNARD,Perry, Ga.
I have known snd ued 8w t's Specific for more
thun twenty years, and have eoen more wonderful
results from its use than from any remedy In or
out of the 1'harmacnpu'ia. It is a crtaln and safe
antidote to all sorts of rJIwod Polsoe
J. DICKSON SMITH, M. D.
The Great Dnijr House of Chicago.
We do not hesitate to sav that for a vear oast
we have sold more of Swift's Specific (S. 8. 8.)
mau an inner union runners columned, ana witn
most astouishlug results. Onu gontleman who
usid half a dozen bottles says that it has done him
more good than treatment which cost him $1,000.
Another who has used it for a Scrofulous aflllctlon
lupous a permanent cure from Its use.
VAN SllAACK, STEVENSON Jt CO.
Will be paid to any Chemist who will find, on an
alysis of Kk) bottles S. S. S., one particle of Mer
cury, Iodide Potassium, or any mineral substance.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO,,
Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga.
E-y Write for the little book, which will be
Price: Small size. tt.OQ i
(holding ildublo qnantlty), Jl.75 bottle,
gists sell it.
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PROPRIETOR OF 8PROAT8 PATENT-
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