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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MO I IN I N't, NOVEMER
ZZrT v nmTl TA U W V I
SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUB
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organised JuIt 14th, 1877, Coder the Uvi o
tbe Slate of Illinois. Copyrighted Jult
9, 1877, Under Act of ConcreM.
JA9. 8. McP.AHEY
J. H. KOMNSON
J. A. UOLDSTINK
W.H. MAKE AN l
T. S. VETRIE I
THOMAS LEWIS Becretary
ED. U. WI11TK Assistant SecreUuy
Wm. F. PITCH Kit, L. S. THOMAS,
W.C.JOCKLYN, Y. VINCENT,
WILL T. BEDBUKN.
J. A. Goldstine.of Goldstine & Rosen water, whole
ale and retail dry good, etc.; Jas. 8- McGahey
lumbr dealer; Wm. F. Pitcher, general aent;
Albert Lewis, dealer in floor and grain; L. 8.
Thomas, bricklayer; Moses Phillip, con ractor
and builder; 11. A. Chnmbley, grocer: Tbos.
Lewis, secretarv and altoruey-at-law; V. It.
Marx-an, lUnrepaihic physician; II. Ha der, of
Sander sou. erocers; K, M. uaira, street super
visor; fcd II. White, ass't sec. W. A O. M. A. Ho
ciety; J. V. Splr, lumber and saw-mill; K. L.
Gernii?on, barber: E. H. Dietrich, clerk W 8t. L.
AP.R. K.; M. Koliler. mnrchant tailor: Jeff M.
Clark, dealer in wall-paper and window shades ; J.
E. Encllxh, contractor and builder; WiHT. lted
bnrn, of Morse A Kedbnrn, cigar manufacturers;
K. Vincent, dealer In lime and cement; L. A.
rbclps, photoirraphcr; W.C. Jocelyn, dentist; S.
H. Taber, ml'ij. jeweler; J. II. Robinson, J. P. and
rotary public; J. 8. Petrle, physician; H. W.
Bostwlck, insurance agent; K. K. Jarboe. foreman
Bt. Gas mains, andE. E. Walbndjru, lumber and
saw-mill, of Cairo; II. Lolghton, cashier Nat.
Bank, Ktuart, Iowa; Kev. A. wuiterson, rrvors,
ore, Kv. : J.W. Tarry, phvwlr.lan, Fulton, Kv
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A New and Complete note), fronting on Levee
Second and Railroad Streets,
Tbe Passenger Depot of tbe Chicago, St. Lonla
and .ew Orleans: Illinois Central; Wahaeh, Ht.
Louis and Pacific; Iron Mountain and Southern,
Mobile and Ohio; Cairo and St. Louis Railways
are all Just across the street; while the Steamboat
Landing Is tint one square distant.
This Hotel is heated by steam, has steam
Laundry, Hydraulic Elevator, Electric Call Bella.
Automatic Firo-Alarms, Baths, absolutely pure air,
perfect sewerage and complete appointments.
Baperb furnlehlngs; perfect service; and an nn
I V. PARKER Ac CO.. Lsssmi
TO PKESEKVE THE HEALTH
Use the Magneton Appliance Co. 'a
Magnetic Lung Protector !
PRICE OjNTLY 85.
They arc priceless to ladies, oentlkmin and
CIIILDKKN With WEAK LUNUS; QO Case Of PNEUMONIA
on i:roui Is ever known where these
garments are worn. Tney also prevent and cure
JJSART DIFFICULTIES, COLDS, RIII11MATIH.M, N EUUAL
OIA, TUnOAT TROUBLES, DIl'HTII Kill A, CATiHKU, AND
all kinuhed diseases, Will weak any service
fur tuiiee tears, Are worn over the under-clothing.
CATT?THT 14 needless to describe tho
J- ii-iX IV.ll , sym pt one of this nauseous dis
ease that la Rapping the life and strength of only
too manvofthe fairest and beBtof both sexes.
Labor, study aud research in America, Europe and
Eastern lauds, have resulted in the Magnetic Lung
Protector, affording cure for Catarrh, a remedy
which contains No Dbuuoinu or the System, and
with the continuous stream of Manetism per
meating through the afllictcd organs, must RK
TOIII THEM TO A HEALTHY ACTION, Wl PLACE OUII
rsicE for ttiis Appliance at less than ono-twenlieth
of the price asked by olhore for remedies npon
which you take all the chances, and wi especial
ly invite the patrouugc of the many persons who
have tried ukuquinu their stomachs without zr-
HOW TO OBTAINS
gist and ask for them. If tliey have not got tbetn,
wrltotalhe proprietors, eiicloeinir the price in let
ter, at our risk, and they shall lie sont to you at
once by mail, postpaid.
Send stamp for the "New Departure In Medi
cal Treatment without xenicixa," wlih thou
sands of testimonials.
TUB MAONKTOS APPLIANCE CO.,
218 Stite Street, Chicigo, III.
Note. Send one dollar iu postage stamps or
currency (in letter at our risk) with size of shoe
usually worn, ai d try a pair of onr Magnetic In
soles, and bo conduced of t lie power residing In
our lagnutic Appllauces. Positively no cold feet
where tney are worn, or money refunded. N-ly
ONE OF THE BEST P1ISICIANS.
I have been using Swift's Specific In my practice
for quite a long time, and I regard it the best com
bination as a blood purifier and tonic. It Is entire
ly vegetable, belug composed of tue ex'racta of
roots wuich grow lu this section or Georgia lam
fami'lar with Its bistorv frum the time the f'orinu a
was ebtalned from the Indians. It i, B certain and
safe remedy lor all kinds of blood poixou and skin
humor, sua in the hundreds of cau tn which I
have used it and seen It used, there has never been
a failure to cure. I have cured blood talut lu
the third oemeration
with It. after I hail most finally failed by the m,,t
approved methods of the treatment with mercury
and iodide of potassium. These caes bavs been
cured over fifteen years ago, aud have never bad
any n-turn of the disease In themselves or ii tbeir
cnuaren. rn&u a. loumaii, ni.v.
J'orry, Houston Co., Ga
"His the best selling remedy In my store, and
an classes oi people uy it It has become nouse-
hold remedy with many of our best citizens "
WALTER A. TAYLOR,
"I sell Swift's Specific often a gross In ten days
at retail-and to all classes. Home of Atlanta'!
beat people use it regularly as a tonic and aluratlve.
Our treatise on Blood and Bktn Diseases mailed
free to applicants
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO,.
Drawer 3, Atlanta, Oa.
The Daily Bulletin.
That to the EIToct That Two Boato Cannot!
be Built to be JuBt Alike. I
'Is it true, wituii u fust stfjimor lins
hern linmlit out, that i01 altempts to
Intilil Iht . 1 1 i n I , even ly following thu
linos of lier niodi'l, ur fuilun's?' wua
nski'il of Mr John Kom h, the iron sliip
Imilili'r. "Tlio Mary Powell is given ns nn in
stiinee of the kind," said he. "There
are other ease where fast hnats have
been built and other builders have tried
to imitate them without sucee.s.s. The
length and beam and the various di
mensions are obtained, and the frames
are laid dowu on the floor aeeordingly,
but when the boat slides into the water
it is found that they have unite a differ
ent craft in speed, if not in other partic
ulars. An imitation is never eitial to
the original. The truth is, the imitation
cannot be built on the lines of the origi
nal boat. Builders do not tell the se
crets of their models to others. They
may hang up a pretty model in the of
lice, and label it with the name of the
fast boat. It is not the model of the
boat, however. If a boat is ordered at
one yard, to be exactly like some other
one built in that yard, an approxima
tion can lie obtained. If the old draw
ings are on hand they can he transfer
red to the lloor and patterns made from
them, and the frames and beams will
be made from the patterns. Hut human
skill is not, so perfect that it can make a
piece of iron, thirty or forty feel long,
that will be exactly like a piece that
was made a year or two years before.
Slight variations will be made in trans
ferring the draft to the lloor, in making
the patterns, and in bending the frames.
Whoa an order is given for two or more
steatv.crs to be built at once and exactly
alike, the problem is simpler. Within
a year wo have built six steamers, three
from one model and three from another.
They are the San Juan, San Jose and
San Bias, ami the Finance, Advance
and Reliance. The Reliance, for in
stance, will be found to be exactly like
each of its sister ships, by any system
of measurement that can be devised.
There is a diflerence in the tinio made
between ports by these vessels.
"Handling a ship is a delicate matter
as well as building a ship. Some allow
ance must bo made for dilll-rence iu the
skill of navigators and of engineer and
firemen. I can build a ship and guar
antee any speed required within certain
limits, but 1 must have her handled in
my way to attain the contract speed.
Some men make a fire two feet thick.
Others take a pride in their business,
and keep a thin fire that makes steam a
half faster with less coal. Some navi
gators know how to trim their cargo to
give their ships the highest speed. But
with all those things equal there are
differences in ships which are apparent
ly just alike. The difference will usual
ly be found very slight. It could be
found if looked for.
Mr. A. Ferry liliven, who has modeled
a number of fast yachts, was asked if
he thought that two ships built on the
same lines could have different speeds,
lb; said: "Certainly; but it does not
follow that there is "any mystery about,
it. Iron ships can be tnill to run any
desired speed inside the limit, aud the
limit is growing larger. Many yachts,
especially, have been built on the same
model that were as far apart in speed
as clipper ships and Dutch galleys. The
search for the difference did not always
reveal it. Apparently slight differences
in the set of the sails, iu the rake of the
masts, in the trim of the ballast, in
weight of the timbers u.-ed, will make
all the diflerence in tin- world iu the
speed of a vessel. Some vessels sail on
one tack better than on the other. The
Maine shipyards are full of such stories.
It is well known that engines can be
built that are exactly alike. The differ
ence in steamers nnist therefore be in
the hull. If an elaborate scries of ex
periments was made with two vessels
built on one model the cause of the dif
ference in speed would be found. The
end to be altained is hardly worth tlio
expense. The nivstery of the thing is
one of the vanishing legends of the tore
ca.stle." -.Vrw York Sun.
Two Curious Needles.
The King of Prussia recently visited a
needle manufactory in his kingdom, in
order to see what machinery, combined
with the human hand, could produce,
lie was shown a number of superfine
needles, thousands of which, together,
did not weigh half an ounce, and mar
veled bow such minute objects could be
pierced with au eye. But he was to see
that in this respect even something still
liner and more perfect could be created.
The borer that is the workingman
whose business it is to bore the eyes in
these needles asked for a hair from
the monarch's head. It was readily
given and with a smile. He placed it
at once under the boring machine, made'
a hole in it with the greatest care, fur
nished it with a thread and then handed
the singular needle to the astonished
The second curious needle is in the
possession of Queen Victoria. It was
made at the celebrated needle manu
factory at Beddilch, and represents thu
column of Trajan in miniature. This
well-known Roman column is adorned
with numerous scenes in sculpture,
which immortalize Trajan's heroic ac
tion in war. On this diminutive needle,
scenes in the life of Queen Victoria are
represented in relief, but so finely cut
and so small that it requires a magnify
ing glass to see them. The Victoria
needle can, moreover, be opened; it,
contains a number of needles of small
size, which are equally adorned with
scenes in relief. The. jfvitsiholtt.
By a vexatious Canadian law, if a ves
sel sttil'mg under the United States Hag
goes ashore in Canadian waters, only
Canadian tugs are permitted to pull her
off. And only Canadian wreckers are al
lowed to raise her if she sinks. This rule
has been tlio cause of much trouble and
expenso to Anmicansowning vesselson
the great lakes. For in many cases tugs
powerful enough to pull the vessel oil
are not to be found anywhere in Canada.
A short time ago ati American vessel,
that ran ashore in Georgian Bay hail to
bo abandoned to the underwriters, be
cause the owner was not allowed to em
ploy au American tug, and no Cana
dian tug large enough could be had.
What Caused Topnoody to Tumble.
After supper, Monday night, Mr. Top
noody put on his hat and started out of
"Where are you going, Topnoody?"
asked his wife,
"I'm ffolnjr down town, my dear."
"Well, I didn't suppose you were go
ing to New York, or Philadelphia, or
Europe, or Cumniinsvillo."
"Didn't you, my love."
"No, I didn't. But I want to know
what you are going down town for."
"Business, my dear, of course. Vmi
did'nt suppose I was going for fun, did
"Oh, no; men never go down town at
night for fun. There is no fun down
town at night for a man, when his wife
is left at home by herself. Of course
not. It's business all the time; some
times it's the saloon business; sometimes
it's the billiard-room business; smiie
times it's the pasteboard business; oiue
times it's the theater business; some
times it's the"
"Now, my dear, what's the use of
your going ou that way? I'm holiest,
and have to go down town. I am going
to join the Knights of Pythias, and have
to lie on baud at eight o'clock sharp."
"doing to join the Knights of Pythias,
are you? Well, I say you ain't. You
already have Mason nights, and Odd
Fellow nights, and A. ). U. W, nights,
and Chosen Friends nights, and Elk
nights, and V. M. ('. A. nights, and
Scottish Rile nights and now you want
to have a night of Pythias, do you? I
say you shan't, and, Topnoody, if you
want to lodge with me, vou had better
take one night oil" for a Topnoody night,
or this lodge will be clo.-ed till further
orders. Do you tumble?"
Advantage of Knowing "Natur"
When You Shoot.
"Shoot!" said Adirondack Jim.
"Well, I should say so. The fellow I'm
speaking of was called the best shot
around the lakt : but I'll give you a
yarn he told a couple of chaps from the
city who was camping out with us.
They were askin' him about shootiu',
and he says: 'I won a match once
not so much from shootiu' as from
kuowin' about the habits of critters in
general. I was in camp at Moosehead
Lake, one summer, and the men got
a-blowin' about shootin', and after they
got blown out, I says: "I'll show you
suthm' in the way of shootin'. Take
one of tliem turkeys and tie her 1,000
feet off." And after they did, I took
six bullets and asked thein to mark 'em.
"Now," says 1, "here's a piece of pa
per on which is writ where you'll lind
them marked bullets when I git through
shootin'," and with that I handed the
paper folded to one of the men and com
menced to tire. When I was done, they
looked at the paper and it read, 'Stom
ach,' mid sure enough in the turkey's
stomach they found the six bullets.
How was it done? Why, iest by mv
mate h takiu' advantage of hi
edge of natur'. lie knowed
turkevs would .-.wallow anvthiiiL', so he
light and struck the turkey's bill every
lime, so that the bullet stuck there. The
bird woiiid iut its head, down, scratch
off" the bullet, nok at it a iniutiie, ami
then swallow it, and so it did the whol
Yes, it was line shootin'," the old
guide concluded, "but be was a tile:
htmler." A'. )'. .'.
Advice to MotLers.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth? If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Byrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
uo mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrluca, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens tbe gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone aud
energy to the wholo system. Mrs. Wius
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Nervousness, Nervous Debility, Neural
gia, Nervous Shock, St. Vitus Dance,
Prostration, and all diseases of Nerve Gen
erative Organs, are all permanently and
radically cured by Allen's Brain Food, the
great botanical remedy, $1 pkg., 6 for $5.
ttucKien's Arnica Salve
The Best Salvo in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It in guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by Barclay
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will core you, fkek
op CHAHOE. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to tbe Rev.
Joseph T. Inman, Station D.. New York
Clean LINE88 and purity make Parker's
Hair Balaam the favorite for restoring tho
youthful color to gray hair.
Very Well Put.
Wby do we defer till to morrow what we should
do to-day f Why do we neglect a cough till it
throws us into consumption, and consumption
brings us to tho grave? DK. WM. IIALL'S BAL
SAM is aure to euro if taken in seaxou. It has
never been known to fall. Use it thoroughly, ac
cording to directions. Persevere till the disease
is conquered, as It Is certain to be, even if it should
require a doeen bottles. There is no better medl
clue fur pulmonary disorders. Sold everywhere.
Baker's Pain Panacea
Isoneofthe best Liniments put up. It Is a real
pain killer, and destroys pain, whether internal or
external, whenever used, It has been a standard
remedy for the past thirty or forty yoars,
Townlcy's Toothache Anodjne curci Instantly.
Fok Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Depression
of Spirits and General Debility, in their
various forms; also as a preventive against
Fever and Ajjuo, and other Intermittent
Fevers,the "Ferro-Phosporated Elixir of
Calisaya," made by Caswell, Hazard & Cc,
New York, and sold by all Druggists, is the
best tonic; and for patients recovering from
Fever or other sickness, it has no equal. (1)
L. C. BOYENCTON'S
CABINET FOLDING BEDS
C-O SB C J
The most perfectly halnmixl FOLMVfl P.F.0 iu Uiu
World. Substantial, y-t so liiibt tl.ni a child can open
and rlw If aim ew-e. They i-nmbtiiu (iKEAT
STRENGTH. liKALTV anil ITII.IIT It t Jim
VKHT BEST. Iixwt eoliipm-t, EASIEST HlI.DKD
UK II, ami Is now offered lo tt e puhik'H tho CIIKAI'
EST patent Kolitlnn Bed "n the marker. It ECONO
MIZES SPACE, wivih WEAK Hml TEAK til CAR
I'ETS, keeps tlie 11EKD1 NO CLEAN' EliOM DUST,
snd Is rapidly niperwd nn nil other beds In the
fwniHesof tho rich, una ,r ulike lu all tedious u(
'VaX'llii BritF.AI', DUEWHtXG CASE,
CAIIINKT. IIOOHCAttK, fll.
IIOtKls. and M ltl rlX-lFK htjlr.
beud for Descriptive and Illustrated ClKiLar,
factory t WwM Stale St, Chicago.
JTIn sending for circular Willi prices, plcaj name
this i r,
WE will pav tbt a'oov rtwird fnr an? rut of Urer Complaint
fyiptl, Suk Hfavlth. Iii.liiiMtitn, C.it!r iion or Couivtnm,
wtcautiotcur with Watt's Vctn'-le l.ivr I'HIs, ho ih dlrw
tiontirv itrfciljr r'mpiid with. '(:" rt purely wgtijle, avi4
Diver full to Kivt tulairtr. P i"r C te-I. Urg bo, too
UlulEg HO p.llt, ?S MQU, Fur ui i r all dru'M. Hvar of
Counterfoil! aud initiation. Ttit p-ni!'i tt;inutvtiirrl ouly by
JOHN C. VVLT A Co., - A W. Ham-u M , (Jhi .
Ynt tri&l ptwkaM ual ly until pr.a..l ou ritni of a 3 uvlI lu-v
Health is Weaith !
West's Nkuve and Uii.un Hiimt.
Mrvr & minrniihml kr,fMiIll1 for llvteriH, I)ZI.
nesa, ('onvulsiona, i'ltx. Nervous Nouruluia,
Headache, Nervous Prostration cnuhfsl ly tin- use
of alcohol or tobacco. Wakefulness, Meutnl Do.
preaaioii, Koftetiing of tlio Hrnin reoultiriB in in
sanity nnil li-ailing to misery, demy mid Oi iitli,
Premature Old Abo, HiirreiinePH, Ls of power
in either sex. Involuntary IiOses inid Spormnt
orrhwa caused byovor-exortinu of tho bruin, m.-lf-abuseor
fiver-'uululeuce. liacli box cuntimis
one month's treutim-nt. $!.( a box, or nx hoxea
for$ri.Ui,MTitliyiiiail prcpuid "' receipt of price.
iVJ iii'AK.WTKi: HIV ItOXKS
To euro any enso. W ith each urder received by lis
for six boxes, iiecompaniiil with -- wo will
eeiul tho ptirchitoer our written xiuiiantes? to re
fund the money if the treatniHiit doc8Uoteln.-tf
a cure. Guarantees issued oiilj by
HAltRY W. SCIIUII
Druggist, Cor. Commercial avo. A Hth s ..Cairo
AND LACK. VITAL ENERGY?
1 in llowuru (iiilv.mic SniflA
ami Dt;r th;r Kl:tr. ijn
vtiLiic iiticl Mai net iu Ai'i-ll
lirU-B HO'l (jfi;'mtJt HTM ft
11 1 1 I'll TH for NHfTOIlKtlllI.
it, l'aiitlcl, JiUf umatinm
1 ilfir.y,rhmitiot( I, out
of Vital K'ierr, Overwork
ed lirain, Wtmk Hack, hid'
fifty. Livr, and Htomiteh
cortM'iutnts, n'l nrHttnpt
;dto Eixh:;hSfx- The
very utt ira
frovpU, Hni t
froiu hokit ao J all
ottinrn, us tbtij
UCldS, I'UHftlOK DO
krtrM nrir I r rltat
can tHi worn at
work an well an
aide to wrt?r.
ent tttaKus of hII
is of twneiit. Tu..e for MEN ONLY at on rca
the Mat ol (iHPUn, tm tht-y ''t direct upon rvol8,
MuNciiifir.und Ot'ijnitir OntrH. wj.fdily restnrlnn
the vitality whirh im Ki trit lty drttirjfd from thes"
tern hy exoefut rr inriiM-rikn. th y tinH in a nHtural
way overrome tt-e weaknMhH without Am m:r.u tlie stom
ach. They will cure evt-ry caw nuurt of Htrui'tural de
tceneration, Bnd we uru i.re.;ii-d to furotth tbe most
emphatic and a"-nlut proof to tniport onr claim,
lUimtrftted i'muinilut Frut.or wulbMf forflo roatare.
CowulUti:n I AMt.JICAN CALVANIC CO.
free k hrned f 31 iN. 6th S ... St. Louls.M
PROl'RIETOn OF BPROAT'tf PATENT
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WE LI
PACKED FOR SHIPPING
Car Loads a Specialty.
Cor, Twelfth Street and Levee,
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