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rTHE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9, 1883,
hai gained an enviable
known, displacing til
other preparations, An
article of undoubted
IfJARBH COlBf ill
'..t. - ..Visi -j
L1Q.IJIO OR 8NI.TK
Apply by tho flncer
i Into the n oi t rl 1 .
When absorbed it effectually cleanse the nasal
buMige of virui canning healthy secretion.
It allaye Inflammation, protect the, mem
branal ll'lnc of the head from additional
cold, completely heals the a jn a and restore tho
aetae of taita and smell, lienencial rebuilt arc
realized by a few application.
ATHOKOUUH THBATMENT WILL ( L RU.
L'neqnalcd for Cold In the Ik ad, Headache and
Deafness, or any kind of mucous membranal Irrita
tion, bend for circular, llymall, prepaid Vic.
a package, stamp received. Said by all whola
aale and retail druggist).
ELY'SCKKAM BALM CO.. Owego, N. Y.
TTEAR tbia, all ye people, bikI give tar
---all ye invalids of the world, Hop Bitters
will make you well and to rejoice.
2. It shall cure all the people and put
sickness and suffering under loot.
i. He thou not afraid when your family
ia sick, or you have Briyht's disease or Liver
Complaint, for Hop Bitters will cure you.
4. Both low and hih, rich and poor
know the value of Hop Bitters for bililous,
nervous and Kheuiuttic complaint?.
5. Cleanse mo with Hop Bitters and I
shall have robust ani blooming health.
6. Add disease upon disease and let the
worst come, I am safe if I use Hop Bitters.
7. For all my life have I been plagued
with sickness and sores, and not until a year
ago was I cured, by Hop Bitters.
8. He that keepcth his bones from ach
ing from Rheumatism and Neuralgia, with
Hop Bitters, doeth wisely.
0. Though thou hast sores, pimples,
freckles, silt rheum, erysipelas, blood poi
soning, yet Hop Bitters will remove tlnni
10. What woman is there, feeble and
sick from female complaints, who desireth
not health and useth Hop Bitters and is
11. Let not neglect to use Hop Bitters
bring on serious Kidney and Liver com
plaints. 12. Keep the tongue from being furred,
thy blood pure, and thy stomach from
indigestion by using Hop Bitters.
13. All my pains and aches and disease
o like chaff before the wind when I use
14. Mark the man who was nearly dead
and given up by the doctors, after using
Hop Bitters becometh well.
13. Cease from worrying about nervouB-
ness, general debility, and urinary trouble,
for Hop Bitters will restore you.
"To claim too
much for Smaki
I aavaaiikeptic. "How
2' can one medicine be
a specific f'r EpW
lPy Dyapf plf
Opium Fating. Itbenmattaro, hprrmntor.
rsiF. or Htmlnai Wfaaoe, ana nnv oiner
romplalntaf" We claim It a tpvific, Dim
ply, because the virus of all diseases arises from
the blood. Its Nervine, Resolvent, Alterative and
Laxative propertiesnuctallthcconditions herein
referred to. If known imrld uidt a
It quiets and composes Ibe patitnL nut by ttia
It quiets and composes Ibe patitnL not by Mia
Introduction of opiates and drastic cathartics, but
by the restoration of activityto the stomach and
nervous arstem. whereby the brain ia relieved
cf morbid fancies, which are created by the
causes above referred to.
To Clergrmcn, Lawyers. Literary men, Mer
chants, Baukers, Ladies and all those whose sed
entary employment causea nervous prostration,
irregularities of the blood, stomach, bowel or
kidneys or who require a nerve touic. appetiser or
stimulant, Sajiahita NERvrSf! la Invaluable.
Thousands proclaim It the most wonderful invig
crant that ever sustained tho sinking syjtem.
fl.&U. Sold by all Urolt. U)
rnrtttoonla!sand circulars send stumr.
. ni tnuimii ua
Oil HVDWOi .Wt
A Valuable Discovery fir supplying Magnetism to
the Human Syr em Electricity and Magnetism
U'lltzed as never before lor Healing tbe Sick.
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FOR MEN IS
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it KBPtTODrD, the following diseases without med
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NERVOUS DBBILITT, I.CMBAOO, O NEHAL PKBiLlTT,
BniCXATISM, PARALYSIS, NEURAL01A, SCIATIA,
DISKABES or TUg KIDNEYS. SPINAL DISEASES, TOhPID
liver, Oout, Seminal Emissions, Impotency,
Asthma. Heart Disease, Dyspepsia, Constipation,
Erysipelas, Indigestion, Hernia or Kuptnro, Cat
arrh, Piles. Epilepsy, Dumb Ague, etc.
When any debility of the GENKKATIVK OR
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and Vigor, Wastlug Weakness, and all those Dis
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through the parts, must restore them to a healthy
action. There la no mistake about this Appli
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Weakness of the Spine, Falling of the Womb,
Leucarrhuta, Chronic Inflammation or Ulceration
of the Womb, Incidental Hemorrhage or Flooding,
Painful, Suppressed and Irrepulnr Menstruation,
Barrenness, and Change, of Lite, this li the Best
Appliance and Curative Agent known.
For all lorms of e'emnlc Difficulties It Is unsur
passed by anything before Invented, both as a
curative agent and as a source of power and vital
ization. Price of either Belt with Magnetic Insoles, $10,
gent by express 0. O. I), ami examination al
lowed, or by mall on receipt of price. In ordering
aend measure of waist and size of shoe. Kcmit
tance can be made in currency, sect in lettor at
The Magnetic Garments arc adapted to all ages,
are worn over the underclothing (not noxt to the
body like tho many Galvanic aud Electric Hum
bugs advertised so extensively), aud should be
taken oft at night. They hold their POWKK
FOREVER, and are worn at all seasons of the
Send stamp for the "New Departure In Medical
Treatment Without Medicine, " with thousands of
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The Daily Bulletin.
OFFICE: NO. 7H OHIO LEVEE.
OFFICIAL PAPKK OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
tSltllED AT THE CAIRO POSTOKKICK FOB
TIUNRMIBHION THROIOH THE MAILS AT
SECOND CLASS KATE.
PICTURES Of FLAMES. "
Scenes in a Great Rolling-Mill.
On tin- summit of a blast furnmice
in' bundled f'(t liili the -pi'Ct.'itur
feels, and ettll seareelv ( lnllire, the
swelti-nrijr :ir riiu from the gridiron-
d sand below, into whose narrow fil
lies the red-hot metal runs like streams
of blood from the orlice at the foot of
the iron lower. The lir-t wonder of the
visitor always is that lueti run be found
capableof su-titiniui; the fevered amlliery
temperature whieh overhangs the white
hot plate, the bo'cy full of molten steel
or the molds into whieh I In.' piir-iron
crawls crimson from Ihc furnai e. Hab
it wbii'h docs much, would, it niijrht be
thought, stops short of con vert ing a
man into h salamander. Ncvertheh ss,
men employed in steel and iron works
and in rolling-mills do not htifl'cr from
the heat to the exteut of a person new
to the broiling and flaming scene might
imagine. Apparently, habit mav train
a man to toil within a hand"s-fireadih
of the rirc-tiond, though one touch of
his searing linger will lay him low. The
result is seen, perhaps, more conspicu
ously in rolling-nulls than in other
works of a like kind. In Mich places
huge blocks of white-hot metal, terribly
beautiful with crawling green vapor
like flames, are hauled about as sailors
drag a chain cable. The shapeless
lumps ure thrust into the jaws of a rolling-machine,
and after passing two and
fro many times finally comes out as
ships' pliites of steel rails, lint the men
who an; directing the course and con
trolling the motion of the stciim-enislied
red-hot metal arc close to it all the.
time; they overhang it, they jump across
it, and the crimson splendor shining
upon their wet face, and half-naked
ligurcs make them crimson, too, and
they resemble .shapes of lire as they la
bor. I'se has toughened their skin, and
they fear nothing from the adjacency of
incandescent metal. Vet this should
imply a lung apprenticeship. Physical
sensibility may be found amazingly
elastic by the visitor to .such works as
IJolckow, Vatighan & Co.; by one who,
perspiring at the di-tance of a hundred
feet from a bogey charged witlf some
tons of red-hot metal, view with aston
ishment the indifference of the men who
dodge about within a pace of the blind
ing and palpitating load, lint habit
stops short at this. There is no discov
ered magic in ( ii-toin to enable even a
puddlerto lift his fot unharmed from a
crimson tide of molten ore. One may
see in these iron works many a grimy
figure sninthered in showers of sparks
and taking no heed of the dazzling rain,
though the sting of each tiery particle is
poignant enough to the unaccustomed;
init death or disablement ienvitably at
tend contact with the binning li'iiid
itself; and. considering tin- millions of
tons of molten stuiltthich are j ear after
e;tr pouted out of tin- retorts, it is ivnl-
lv surprising that ili-ater should be so
I'el ll.'lps the -h lllellt of fear W llicll to
a stralU'er s evite.l al'l'eielsioll Clltt'l'S
into thc.se scenes of tire and powerdecp-
elis tlieir cllect upon tne imagination.
Few if nit v" towns tire richer in wonder
ful, we may almost a sublime, pictures
of flaming and tliundrou- industries
than M:.idl".shoro!igli. To have seen
l'.ob kew's work alotie isto have viewed
as impressive a -pedicle of human la
bor, reaching to the height of gigantic
toil, as this country has to oiler. Hut.
here, as at the Anderton foundry, the
North -Kateni steel, tin- Britannia, and
other works and mills, the sense of
danger breaks in. and gives to admir
ation and wonder a ch.iractor which no
species of human industry- not even
that of the pitman buried hundreds of
vards deep in the black bowels of tho
land will be found to yield. There is
the tlirilling elici t of shadow and light
of midnight gloom in places suddenly
flashed lip into noontide elVlllgeliee by
the opening of a furnace, by the ex
traction of a ruaVs of star-white metal,
or the ponderous swing of a retort whose
heart has tlie dazzle of a tropical sun
rise. There are the crowds of men
toiling in darkness and in brilliance
dusky outlines Hitting here and there or
standing out scarlet in a .sudden blaze;
there is the round laced with metal
ways, crodwed with little locomotives
which rush to and fro like sctitient
things, dragging wagons whoc Mowing
cargo flings a glory like that of sunset
upon the roof and wall. The hum of
whirring machinery strikes through the
sraoke-cliarged air; the pulsing notes,
echoing metallically out of cylinders,
are like the panting of the leviathan
heard at sea; and over all is the splen
dor and the wonder of a hundred colors
ever alternating green of exouisite
softness melting into blue, a glaring
yellow shining out into a crystal white
ness, then a wild and brilliant scarlet
making blood-red all that falls within
the Hphcre of its ensanguined rays, till
a kind of darkness comes down, an in
terval of soft dusk lasting like a sort of
breathing-time, but scattered in a flash
by a sudden torrent of whito-hot slag.
It is the presence of the tire-fiend that
creates the element of fear we have
mentioned. London Trkfroph.
A Prohibition Wife.
"Take that bottle and go out and gel
me some whisky," said Col. .limjains to
the sad-eyed woman whose misfortune
it was to "be the wife of a convivial in
ebriate. "(live me money to bus- it with."
"Give you money! Why, any fool
can get whisky if he has money, 1 i 1 1 to
get whisky without money is what lakes
Taking up the bottle with a sigh, the
patient, long-sutVering woman went out
and in a hhort time she returned.
l'laeing the bottle to his mouth, lie
was about to quench his thirst, when lie
discovered the bottle was empty.
"Why, what does this mean?"
"It nieans that anybody can drink
whisky when the whisky is in tho bot
tle, but it takes real talent to drink
whisky when there is none in the bottle.
Drink away, I know you have got the
A Cure for Howling Dogs.
Many wearied and wakeful persons
find in'the howling of dogs by night a
persistent, widespread and most annoy
ing form of irritation. The owners of
(bigs given to spend the hours of dark
ness i7i assiduous howling appeargener
itllv to regard with a serene personal
imperturbability the niosy nuisance
which makes night hideous for their
neighbors. Nevertheless, those who
keep din's, especially those who do so
in popular places, ought to feel bound
to take the simple precautions which
ulone are necessary to prevent a trouble
some form of vexation, which is really
a serious source of inconvenience and
loss of health to very many people, To
the honest bark of a watch-dog giv
ing warning tongue upon suitable oc
casions no one would object, but the
purposeless and unending howling of
the chained curs which are especially
prevalent in the suburbs of towns is
simply intolerable. It is not nerjessarv
to exterminate dogs to put an end to
the annoyance in question. The nuis
ance is perfectly preventable by the
adoption of a few simple and sensible
measure which, so far from injuring
the olVending animals, tend to give them
length of days by conducing to their
contentment'. Those who have had ex
perience in keeping dogs know that
these dogs will not howl at night if they
be comfortable. If dogs, instead of be
ing cruelly chained up out of doors, in
kennels which are often draughty and
damp, be allowed to have their liberty
by day, and to lie within the house at
night," they will generally sleep through
the night' m perfect quietness. Or.
if it lw! necessary to keep a dog chained
by day, be ought to be left loose at
night when it will be found that he
will retire quietly to his kennel and ab
stain from howling, especially if he be
furnished with some fresh hay or a
clean mat for a bed. In warm weather
dogs often howl simply because they
want water. Many dogs howl at night
because they arc kept constantly chain
ed ltli by night and by day. This is
a common and nio.-t reprehensible form
of cruelty; dogs so treated are sure to
be restless and irritable and can scarce
ly be healthy. Lon'hn Morniiuj Post.
Butler's Dutch Canal.
General Butler's "Dutch Gap canal."
on the J lines river, made historically
famous during the late war, is in a fair
way at least to be converted to the use
of coriinierciul navigation. The canal
cuts through the river at the widening
base of a horse-shoe bend, and if made
practicable will save vessels several
ifiih s travel. General Wright, chief of
engiiici :'s lias issued proposals for wid
ening and deepening tlie gap. The
work is located fourteen and a half
miles b.-low Hiehmond, and consist, of
widening are! d qn-iiing the cut. The
(li pt ! to l.e oiitaillcil s;n
II i it lie less
tiiati liifie-eeri feel at
mean low tide.
d clay whit h i
ou I !;c s.itli!
W. P. ;,abuim, river editor of inE fici.tETm
and steamboat passenirer agent. Orders for all
kinds of steamboat Job priming solicited. Office
at bswer'i 1uron Hutt. No. 7t Obio leva.
STAGE? OK THE KIVER.
The river marked by the t,'au1e at this
pert at 6 p. tu. 18 feet 9 inches and falling.
Chattanooga Nov. 8. Hiver 1 fcot 5
nches ani falling.
Cincinnati, Nov. 8. River 12 feet 11 in
ches and falling.
Louisville, Nov. 8. River 7 feet 0 in
ches and falling.
Nashville, Nov. 8. River 4 feet 7 in
ches and falling.
Tittsburg, Nov. S.-Kivcr 4 feet 9 in
ches and falling.
St. Louis, Nov. 8. River 11 feet 2 in
ches and rising.
The Golden Cron from Cincinnati ar
rived here yesterday at 5 a. m. She Lad
about 1000 tons received 300 'ons here and
departed for New Orleans at 8 p. m.
The Cms. Millar from Memphis), ast-ed up
last night fur Cincinnati. !?he had a fair up
The U. P. Schcuck from New Orleans
passed up last evening for Cincinnati.
The Andy Daum will report here to-morrow
night for Memphis. This is her first
trip out from Cincinnati for three mouths
and she is now in first-class order and looks
as fresh as when first built.
The freight business on the Ohio and
Mississippi is not as good as it ought to be.
It was thought when navigation fairly
opened up and the large size boats got to
running freights would be plentiful. The
passenger business, however, has been very
Capt. Geo. Vickers, who has been in
command of the City of Cairo ever since
she was built, has resigned and Capt. Liglit
ner takes his place.
The Hudson from St. Louis passed up
last night for Shawneetown. She had a
Tho City of Cairo from St. Leuis is due
to-night for Vicksburg.
The City of St. Louis will receive freight
for New Orleans.
Yesterday was a very disagreeable day
with indications of rain. The streets are
very muddy and rather rough on pedes
trians. The City of Baton Rouge from New Or
leans is due for St. Louis this morning.
The Ella Kimbrougb left for Gayoso at
4 p. m. yesterday. She had some freight
and a few passengers.
The Vint Shinkle leaves Memphis for
Cincinnati this evening.
Tho Ste. Genevieve leaves St. Lotus this
evening for Memphis.
The Paris C. Brown from New Orleani
due here Sunday for Cincinnati.
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Si i K i H
K New ar.d Complete Tlutul. fronllnE on
Second and Railroad Strains,
Tbe Pasencer D pot of the CMcazo, Si I.ot;:
ami jew Orleans: Illinois Central; WaWh. St.
Louis and I'aciflc; Iron .Mountain and Southern,
Mobile ana Ohio; Cairo aud .St. Louis Hallways
are all Just across the street; while the Steambuat
Landing is but one square distant.
This Hotel Is heated by steam, has steam
Laundry. Hydraulic Elevator, Electric C Ml H'-'ls.
Automatic Kire-Alarms. Hatha, absolutely ;mre ilr,
perttctsevterae and complete appointments.
Kaperb furnishlPKs; perfect service; andanuu
L.. I. l'ARKKItvn.Isw
L. C. BOYINCTON'S
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TtiPtn"' rrf"rt'T MsnrM VOU'IMi PET) in tlin
r.. Mil-u.insl, yei lhi limt a rhli'l ran "l'ii
mi l i''s l vith Pise. T it v rrnililnH (iKF.A 1'
t-TKSOTtl. BEAI'TV 'nl TTILH V. li Is
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FElis. k.-i the HKOniSii CLEAN HiOM PLT,
B'I i rtfA y t'isr"!ir.iir ail .iih'T 1k-1 in th"
f ani'i- i'if the rich acl p'r alike m all .-ctl'in of
til r. 'ii.trv.
rIIIKT. Ililllk.l ASK, all)t:
II O (Kll, nod ItlTI4-lKs,K Mjles.
is in. fur !. r.p'ive km! Ll'i-trntiii np.'iuar.
Factory & DlBce, 1465 State St. Chicago,
tiriri t-ui.i.i fur circular With prices, pli'iu nuaie
til l t'V.T.
ONE OK THE BEST PHSICIANS.
I have been nsingSv, iff Spedflcln my practice
for quite a long time, and I regard It the bt-st com
bination as a blood purifier and tonic. It is entire
ly vi -table. beiiiK composed of t'.e ex ransof
roots which crow in this section of (Jeorcia. I am
fami iar with its hitorv from the time the formn a
was ahtained from the Indian. It Is a certuin and
sale reitii'dv lor nil kinds of blond poison and skiu
humiT, snii in the hundnda of case iii which I
have used It and seen It used, there has never bee
a failure to cure. I have cured blood taint In
THE TIIIHD OKVERATKIN
with it. after I had most finally failed by the most
spp oved methods of tbe treatment with mercury
and iodide of potassium. Tb so raea have been
cured over fifteen vears aao, and have never nad
anv return of the disease in tuemselves or in their
chili ren. KllEDA. lOoMKK, M O.
1'orry, Uonaton Co., Ca.
"It Is the best s Iling remedy In my store, and
all daises of people hoy it 1 1 lias become a house
hold if med y with manv of our best citizens "
W AI.TEK A. TAVLOK,
"I sell Swift's Speciiic- often a jjross iu teu da.vs
at retail-and to all classes. Some of Atlanta's
best people tie it regularly as a tunic and alte ativu.
Our (realise on Blood aud Skin Diseases mailed
free tu applicants.
THE SWIFT SPKriFIC TO,,
Drawer :i, Atlanta, (la.
gHKKIKF'M HA I.E.
Py virtno of an execution issued mi I of the
clerk'a office of the clicult court of Alexiilidi rcoan
ty and state of Illinois, and to me directed, where
by I am commanded to make the amount of a cer
tain Judgment recently obtained against ll-nry
lluuaitker before A. ( oiniims, Esq., police nuiris
trale In and fo- Hie city of Cairo in said county and
state In favor of Jacob il'.irver, out of the lands,
tenements, goods and chattula of the said lleury
Ilnnsakur, I have levied on tho followinc de
scribed property, to wit: Lot liumlHTed six (6). In
block numbered two (2i, In the town of Sandusky.
In the county of Alexnndur and statoof Illinois.
Therefore, according to aatd command, I shall
expose for sale at public auction, all the ritht,
title and Interest of tho above named Ilonry linn
saker, In and to the above dcsTlbed property,
at 11 o'clock a.m., on Friday the soth day of Novem
ber.lRfd, at tbe westerly door ot the court house, In
Dated att'alto.Ill ,thli6th day of November, 1K&3.
1106-3rd ShorlU Alexander County.
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tior discolor the Skin, or leave
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reuuir uir a nowcnui ainusivo siiinmaui. me hhtitii . ann"'?j
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XLVDB ox PURPOSE
One (if Tli"se Mistakes C?) Wliit h are
3Jre Freiiet than Proritable.
"Whv, mvchlld, this Is not BENSON'S (JAP
('INK POHol'S PLAS1EK." said a father to his
111 lie iLtiiu'liser, after examining a park i'e she had
ins' brought from the dniK store.
'l"n't it, Pa? I'm sorry but I asked the man for
Benson V I know I did, and he took the i" cent
ymi gave mo to pay for it with," exclaimed the
child positively. "Maybu the drug man made a
'111 go 'round myself and see," was the gentle
man's ! hi incut, a he dunned hlscoat and hat.
"Why didn't you send me Benson's plaster, in
stead i I 'I' . k-np and trashy thing?'
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